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The Jewish Floridian
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63 v. : ;
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Jewish Floridian Pub. Co.
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Miami, Fla

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

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"Jewish. FloridfLaxi
Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY
ime 40 Number 24
Miami, Florida. June 23 1967
Two Sections Price .
\Germany Vows Neutrality But Sends Assist
t)NN ilNB) The German
Government this week re-'
itj intention to purUM i
cj of Don interference in th
East crisis in order to avoid
the situation even vena
. ral Chancellor Pr Kurt Kis
y i told Parliament that no
nt would ba nippUed to
eg at war Howcmt, he Mid,
German cititem would not be pre
vented from participating in hu
manitanan in. asm ea
Spoktimen of the political par-
ti** emphasued that the German
people harbor no feelin/js of ho*-
tility againtt the Arab* but, in
view of p**t events, "German*
re particularly sensitive when
the basic right* of Israel ar* in
clanger."
The people of the Federal Re
public reacted to the war n the
Middle Eaal with a wave of off era
to help Numeroua organizationa
and private individuals made dona
lions toward peaceful aid to Israel
German Roman Catholic charity
organization and the Berlin Senal >
set aaide DM 100.000 each for this
purpoac The German Trad.- cmon
Federation promised DM 3 million.
Thousanda of |>eople in m a n >
towns and cities demonstrated
ntaneously in support of Israel's
basic rights and for lasting peat
between that afflicted country and
its Arab neighbors
in Berlin's Kaiser Wilhelm Memo-
rial Church and many other places.
Jewish Protestanl and Catholo
izcn- joined together to pray for
an end to the war Hundre
Germans have already volunte
to help in the reconstruction of
those pails (,| the Middle ; '
feeted h\ the war.
LBJ Offers
Five Points
For Peace
MfOOli I AST BACKGKCJND .. PAGl8 A
r.:ie is laid bare for all to see. de-
:es internationally-renowned writer Gunter
< xreme lett) at a pro-Israel rally in
Munsterplatz Square in West Germany.
::.otionally-charaed speeches, Grass and
llialfin deputy. Dr. Adolf Arndt appeared
peaceiuJ aid to Israel, to whom the Ger-
mans owe a special debt because of the events
cf the past.' The appeal was handed to the
ambassadors of the United States, the Soviet
Union and Israel and to the office of the Arab
Leaaue in Bonn by Martin Niemoller. president
of the World Council of Churches.
Egyptian Jewish Families
ir res ted; Arabs Hit Others
ZR NEEDED
Y\(l Vowed
i o Stranded
Sinai Soldiers
SALEM JTA) b
: ortcd this week
it hern -lopes of the
up.ed S> i ian
wen found '">
I. ma and munitions st
hidden munitions cache ap
p.anities
mi tj pa of amapona
ition
irab inbabitanti of the
I .;... .; :; h, hostil
final ti\ of the war last
were returning to then homes
In Juneltra water, electi I
id food supplies have been
h maj bi Israeli
. :.iN Many hungry S> i ian
Continued on Pago 7 A
i.r M.\ A IJ i \ x
ilies in V ; t
c this
Othi repo
i
l<
ere killed 'ba in Ul
two in Morocco
hariah Si hustt r. tl
the A nei ican J w
i h
mass arrests of Eg] ptian J ish
es He
it to dis.
......
\ North
Vfri thai Urai d Ra
Jacq S'i airo wa* in
Rabbi haim
lei
i
.lew*
born In Eg) pt. wen
less and that then [ore no govern
mid inn rvene on their be
About 300 Jewish men are be-
ing held in Bar rag a prison near
Alexandria and 300 others in a
prison near Cairo, Mr. Schuster
Continued on Page 8 A
By Special Report
I t< Nations I <. i al \
naintained .i toi rid
- ; nited States Am
assador Ai thui Iioldbi -i lied
the five point program for the
Middle I ast first enunciati
morning by Pn ent I
Johnson in a nationwide broad
that took the edg off Premier
gin s anti Israel rampage
led for direct Arab
Israeli itioni with appro-
priat third parts assistai 11 Hia
d 'm ba sn
tiatians on the territorial
and political independenci all
ms in he an -i
Free and innocent passage of
international waterways pre-
sumably both the Suez Canal
and Straits of Tiran among them
were included in the Johnson-
Goldberg plan.
A!s(> a \\ oca ted bj the I'nited
States i litable solu
of the \rab refugee problem
.i halt to the Middle East arms
rntion nt the 11

securitv
'
as settii
t He I the I'N
; he I '

ndii eel I
Israel in the fi !htn

. k .i m
.
the gn
with each othei
Kos\nin s
B-G QUITS TiFF
Mapai-Rafi
I nion Now
Seen Possible
I hi \\ :\ JTA Fori i
Premier David Ben-Gurioi who
Work* Partj
nembei of I
85. I ped
his oppositioi to a retui n
dissidents !> Mapai He told
on !' i es Rafi secretai j
thai he would abide b) tl
n in ii
now in reunion

Map

the

Mapai is now linked in an
alignment wi'h Achdut Avodah
which is the dominant element
in Premier Levi Eihkols coali-
tion government Mapai was re-
ported., ting, a reunion
wiiii Achdul AvocSh which solit
away front Mapai Patty several
years ago
Continued on Page 3 A
Continued on Pa^e 2 A
Blame CIA for Liberty
Firing
U ASHING TON V' The
Defense Department -.ml this we< k
hat it would n ake public a com-
preheni ort on the investi
,,,, ; the Israeli
ick on the ls> 1 Inert) *
I 8 Navj court of inqulrj con
veiled at \ ..letta. Malta The LI
.;t\ is now docked there for ra
pairs
Authoritative reporta fn n hi| h
ranking naval officials said thai
the 1 ibertj w.is jepapordized be
cause it was undei the control ol
the < entral Intelligence Agencj
although manned t>> naval person
nel A number Of civilians, said to
he CIA personnel, were aboard at
the time of the attack The Nav)
position appear i,> (>, that the
hip should not have been operated
in the war /one in l< itine
iner but thai normal Sixth
led command pi Dcedun
..i\ i bet
Top level sources here reveal-
ed a bitter confrontation between
the Navy and the CIA. The Navy
was said to maintain that had
the Liberty been under normal
Sith Fleet command, a signal
Continued on Page -A
SHIMON PERES


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Johnson Offers Five Points for Peace
Continued ''OTi r tot A
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Eban angrily denounced UN
Secretary General U Thant t um
lateral action m removing UNEF
force* fr#m the l*r#eli oypti*n
border
Wha- is the use of a fin bru'ad'
hich vanishes fnn the srer
soon as the (irs-t smoke and fjanu -
appear' he inquired in dHir-
*ruch u
and larorabie cot
Sir Wu
F:bjn said our -alchuo:d il
hackua:d '> bei!.aerenr.
ward to peacr. in re film
l> a return t > -. roi I
-
da> uar whuh ai! but obliterated
Arab : in the '
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Med School Graduates 69
:is cf all luiths o:
irk opposite the White House to voice support
I. Fr. Forward H. Flnnneiy. assistant director Institute
ri nan Studies loft chats with American Jev.
r>e president, Morris B Abram. before they addre
itimcrted at more than 30.000 last wo.
Nlson A Rockefeller signed the Sabbath Observers
. h allows employees in civil service including educa-
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." signinq of the bill wre Rabbis Edward T. Sandow,
:ont. New York Board of Rabbis; Harold H. Gordon, ex
e vice president, and I. F. Hollander, associate director.
i .V'.lham Kaufman, president. Advisory Council of the
NYBR Samuel riausman co-chairman of the Council s com-
on legislation; and lack D. Weiler. board chaidman
University ol Miamj School (.1
Medicine awarded MD defereei to
Audenta in ceremonies beld last
"'k iii Miami Beach Convention
Hall
\l;ii shall l Abel Mr and
Mi Philip Abel, of North Miami:
William M Cohen, son of Mr and
Mr- Harold Cohen, ol Miami; '
i-r Dokaon son of Mr and
Mr- Edward nuk-on. ol Miami
h; Ronald Isaacson, son ol
Dr Marvin Isaacson, Miami Beach
anil Alan Ira Miller -on ol Mr
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dj the HHiT medical
Dr. Abel wilt intern at I os
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fornia. In medical school he was
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national honorory society and
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Volume 40 Number 24
Friday. June 23. 1967
15SIVAN
Poison Gas Proves
Nasser's Iron Aim
Meet disturbing about the post
wc discoveries' :n the Middle East
e unearthing of poison acs de-
vices am one lb* hordes re Soviet-
~cec equipment tranctod by the
d Arab Republic :n the Smm
?% rjuia.
T.-.iS cencr.r.y aives credence 'o
al t ~se rumors throughout the years
the: Nasser had been using gas in
hn .: agreesior. against the royalists
.:. ': emen.
Od the Egyptian dictator there-
i in mind for Israel is bev
queshOQ what he has promised from
lb* very beginning nothing more
ess then Israels extinction.
would oe hard put to draw a
.on between levels ot besti-
-. weaponry. All war is cruel
and .nhuman and deserves our un-
re.e-.t r.g hope that someday it will
rpear from the face of trie earth.
'."evertheless. cistinctions are be-
ing made. What has kept the "bal-
ance of terror" on a reasonable"
leve. throughout tr.e years is the exis-
e of nuclear bombs in fairly equal
- button among the super-powers.
h is sad but true that this is what kept
tbaEX from tace-to-face confrontation on what
rr.cy hare been battlefields m Europe and Asia.
The same can be said tor gas. which nations
have shunned as a military weapon since
Wcr.d War I. Israel's desperate purchase of
large quantities of aas masks in the first tew
hours of the fighting indicate* that gas wax-
lore was furthest from her mind, ner leaders,
wr.c planned every phase of the operation
down to the finest details, in this regard ap-
parently relied on a level ot Arab "humanity"
the is simply not to be torthcomina.
-aJIA
The Soviet Lie
"or all these reasons, arid tor many ot
th* loot, pos.ticn on pe-c:e " sense. It is the same position Pres:
Johnson took in his preceaer.t ng tsie-
foreign policy address *o the nation,
anc the world, on M list prior tc
opening of the special Gen- ses-
sion relied by the Soviet U
itbout talks betwee:. th* adversar.es. no
arrangements reached by lb* powers
can make any sense whatsoever. If Nasser s
purpose of destroying Israel is so clear, and
there :s little reason to be surprise because he
has reiterated it again and again, then giving
him me opportunity to ca!! the latent war mere-
ly cr.other round is the greatest tolly.
And that is what will be aiven him if the
Arcxs have their way .: they are to be per-
mitted to walk away already voicing threats
of rearming for newer hostilities
the discovery of the gas devices has
ar.ctner unfortunate *!a sheds 1-chi on
.ecder of the pea .-e-iov. r.g peoules as
opposed to us poor imperialist voa mongers -
tne Soviet Union.
Here is c nation tl md paroa.
the wake of Its own
Tne Soviet made aa= devices speck for them-
seives. They speak tor the reality ot the Soviet
mass-produced image. It is a ..e no more true
then its repeatedly distorted assessments ot
the current Middle East crisis

Trying Peaceful Solutions
esident Johnsons address to the nation
was eminently sane worried so many
friends of Israel was 5 would c .
adept a position of uncondit iwal
for Israeli troops.
This was what Pf* ->wer
i: .957. Th-3 is why Isrce: bad o blast her way
out of a new Nasser noose 3 decade later.
Mr. Johnson of course recognized the need
for urcmate Israeli wrthdrawl of troops. But he
talked about the unreality of the present fragile
truce lines and the need for them to be super-
ceded by newer and permanent ones
Above all. he unaerscored die tact that this
must be hinged on no-nonsense guarantees ot
Israel's future.
The Russians and the Arabs will make
much of this as "interventiomsl and proof ot
alleged collusion. But the fact is that so long as
the Arabs remain dedicated to refusma to re-
cognize the territorial integrity of the State ot
Israel the existence of Israeli troops in their tor-
ward positions should tell the Arab* thai now
after a third go at it. perhaps they ought to give
up military solutions and try for peace: il 01
U Thant's Reaction
U Tl -: Fore.
Abba Eban on T. oce-
dented. Mi Thcr.t has been -
ever since the Middle East crisi be-
is* so many resr> :. -.
a good deal of th* blame .- at his
tec..
At issue was Thant's cbrupt c :. to
Nassers demand for the n I UND
forces "from Gaza. The UN Secretary General
has remained fairly silent en this issue
But durina Mr. Eban's masterly address to
the General Assembly Monday, he ac
cntized Mr. Thcnt fcr his action.
Tuesday, the UN Secrete:v Genera! took
the unusual privileoe ot reply.no to a contend-
ing party publicly. Not only was his presentation
impolite, in tact at t.mes borderinc on insult, but
it refused to take into consideration a good
deal cf world opinion which cor
siaer his decision as having been uni
ectiv*
f urtnermore. Mr. Thcnt s address My
ignored just-reveaicd documents i
cftce of the lot* Dag H
Long Hot Summer
The long hot surr.mei is on us again El
tions in Atlanta and Tampa i
hire soar -
Fortunately, Dade County has beer, : are-
see i si strife '.:.: m
has been i
oruiet ctmospber* a
ference room before they over
We ktms approach continue*
as the summer month by.
"Mil 13C1 \ ,#
Th* John Birch Society has
been charged with exploitation
of American anguish over Viet-
nam" through a national camp-
aign to convince the American
people that the IS war effort is
under Communist control
The charge was made by Dore
Schary. national chairman of the
Anti Defamation league of B'jiai
B'rith. He said that the Birch
Society has -hiited emphasis from
*ar on th,- civu right! move-
ment because Rooert Welch be-
lieves the Vietnam war the n
fertile ground" for Birch mane
mrsn
Brazen Calculation
ar> said Bli
tur and ;
r.j alculat
tj and brin.; the
' S
b) t John!
and tl ral Ad-
kit Ri
'
Din R. I

r itcr,
*ork will w
tht \^
are
: i urn
nta 'i th< rVmi:
am. but !- j *
of th Birche:- .r Ka !:cal
K. *r j the \
can flag while ch
in our govern.:
The study deacr.b*** a B
pamphlet. The Truth Abfl
nam. written bj
a. tb bas.c field manual for
Birchite foot v :d.crs which
the stage not only for the Soci
etv s activities but for whatever
might happen .n Vietnam in the
months ahead
Communist Sll-Ov;t
\ I .; I pctein and For-
ester ied
to t-f tl >.. the Birchen 'uid cry
tn.it we have a treaxinous no
in' pi .ir
ind '-;-
if such talks dr.-.
u t by our en
A i or



elch
';-. ho we i K
ly ii

1... La igue rst a
i some of the sunilsrities in
i ncert sti ictare tai tics
he Ajnencan Com-
nu.'
tola) Birrh Soviet) the use
at group* msmben
cejalmei D etc
a-revear*
a national I
"to" the p,
: nntj thr^... .
v Democratic and Republican
partM -
A ci r into
nrl Sen l b> some
lea len of the RadsoAl Bight
I
Ot tj Lahbjr, a group
arlj asceadant
The lea^tership mK? of
Birth Society rtucB is the I >ne.
tent the content.
Tali Radua! Right >;
. tta
Slo Progress
m Epstein and K
that the Birch move to
Vietnam its priority pro-
"' rCtlSg
aihiev.
ri disclosed m the
- of The
John Birch Society Ru:
They note that uiexpUniHr
shut. Welch claimed a iha
the credit for having -slou
a standstill progress in
rights. Welch said that the \
can people, more deep],
ed about Washington trea
in Vietnam, are more rea
pay attention to our ci
alarm
The Truth About V,
calls American involvem*
the Vietnam war a Comm .
piot Schary cited the lot]
from the Welch document
the Administr..-
Washington, whether h< a
V icshower Kenned) or J
ha- been v isiblj ami .i, |
>'. the Comm
we are aei
to fight aga1- i
mui war which is a
controlled on both
b) (ommum-'-
D mybodj ban
to a ho i- reall)
or that our a>
are being lucted
i ana I pla
re Mr Seharj p
i tions "tin
n
a erica of rl
tatem<
f war in Vietnam, w
the ad
ed by the i ommuniata accur I
.i hluepr.r.t in advanci
tually a lor..; planned and
par. nnusnist strategy
:i the Commui .
: of the Lnited StStM
with it the re^t of tfu- world
Complete Sotem.ivon
Is the obvious lack of a-
to w.n n the part of the A
miniiriralkai part of a ear-
fully planned design not to WV
imposed by the i mmuni
M who are runnm_
show
\r. the \mernan p
i the pest
rti -ubmivaion to
tyranny through tl
ptive mechanic* of a war -
istei -iney to oi
.nivm""
\ >ur boys being eotl
telj mur ;
mmuntat pt
vhirr san!
bt *f ttfi
I

tad Pre
b
i ni bj '
ii e ixplo
.': i [ot their (s^ !
po 1
purpoM
Two Approache/s
In a section on the Had
R In Politu i.' th* so
published AOL repeal oeacntx
tw I b) the far -
in it olibesi program
approach accordinf t.
and Forester.' i^ l i
m |
'* 'n the -e aim of cai
ner i> to a
Uliie a third party icl
; art] The aul
t that the Birch
rriba to
tint appi i.i. i K nt (.'our-
stettve B*t
of Amerii ted .in a prioi
champion of the "third p
ith George WaUacc a
candidate for President in I
Um-League an
-aid the '
aches compliment e
other H. averted that the w
ale of the Walla,
partv movement
rifkt
Thus he said the Radical R
is ii itself into
pol.ticai parties in the hope '
both will be compelled to adopt


Friday. June 23. 1967
+Jmisii Fkridti&ri
Page 5-A
LETTERS TO THE EDITOR
Xegroes Do Battle Anti-Semitism
EDITOR, Th*'jWi*h Floridian:'
\ friend sent me .ni editorial you
| ,n yoor issue <>f Mar l!4 en-
\ (i;tt kjorae dealing with
,ni Rustin opposition to Bo
. HTtl S.!Ultl-.ll
Frankly. 1 WU vrr\ disturbed
the tone <>f > torial
Implied thai Mr. KuMin
.,- interested in anti-Semitism in
Si \ :ct Union bol was doing
i oo4 fighting it in Um
i, States
The fact is, and you could have
ascertained it by checking with
any knowledgeable Jewish com
-unity relation* specialist, that
Rustin has been active for
'any years trt combating. anti-
Semitism in Harlem, in other
N to areas in Ine United States,
as well as in the general white
< ommunity.
\-
nator
\ icon Jewish Co.nmit
; hove found Mr Rustin I
tbi most know led
- m worl
prejudh and dis< i imina
: an) typo
HARRY FLEISCHMAN
Race Relations Coordinator
American Jewish Committee
New York City
EDITOR. Tho Jewish Floridian:
M) a'trntion has been drawn to
p rep t? i.f a statement by Rabbi
. Narot which Bppeare t in
,r June 16 banjC I QUOtC, Tho
- (nr free dollars not the
ut ImhuI.s Israel does not
. mori Indebtedness
l i|iiote Paragraph in ol a
ida b) Israel's Ec i
< Minister Narhum Sham.i m
11 the l': in Minurtei and
Minister >>i finance at the
"f the Council o( J>
and Welfare I
II Hilton Hotel in Ni m
on Saturday ni^ht. June 3
"In addition to the largest pos-
sible gifts people can contribute
o the Israel Emergency Fund of
the UJA, Israel is calling upon
Is friends to invest in State of
Israel Bonds and has asked the
Boisd Organization to intensify
s eHorts."
lhe wisdoa of t'ns approach i .mi
! mi n in our own co.n
I) In addition to the money
'hrouith the Emergenry
we have as of this dat-
Israel $3.i67.uoo in casn It la
that the Statt- of Israel will
to repay this upon maturity,
it in the meantime they have the
re use of the money during this.
a I period and for 12 to IS
ari ahead
AARON KAHAN
Executive Director
State of Israel Bonds
'rlcan Jewish Conference on
Soviet Jewry serves sj the major
coordinating effort tor the organ
i/i d Jewish community and in
eludes 27> major, national Jt wish
organisations Je#ieS Cotnmonit)
Relations Councils and Fed*
t ons, or their counterparts, gen
erallj coordinate the activities of
I a (litotes of national groups
as M as tin other local ag< ncies
Naturally, in a country this
sixe, there will be differences in
the effectiveness of such activi-
ties but, in the three years since
the Conference was called togeth-
er, a good deal of prc.-jress has
been marV The Conference is
now accepted in this cojntry and
abroad as the effective private
instrument to marshal resources
- Jewish and non-Jewishon be
half of Soviet Jewry.
U the fact
I'caaional "special in
' i .; n I S' icl
Jewrj is n>t !.<( ssaril) detri
mi" i| the) roopei ate
with the national ot local Jewish
i inference in
er to avoid duplication
Among other thin^- I bel
such groups illustrate the aware
- and concern which have b n
generated, largely through the
American Jewish Conference on
Soviet Jewry There are many in-
stances where sueh cooperation
h.is been oceeaafllll) undertaken
There may, of course, be instances
where this does not occur 1 sup-
pose tbi '- one of the penalties oi
a democratic community
DR. IRA ROTHFIELD. Chairman
Foreign Affairs Committee
Miami Chapter
American Jewish Committee
EDITOR, The Jewish Floridian:
In your issue of May 5, you car
m editorial on the necessity
' >r a united effort on behalf of
let Jewry It is quite erroneou>
state that there is a climate of
^coordinated frensy" or a "mul-
plicity of movements now pre
imabljr in the field "
)n the national scene the ad hoc
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those who demanded Kosher
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At Waldman's
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the Ocean. Miami Ml BCh,
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' Ever) day prominent p-
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Waldman added that plan- arc
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Fnday. June 21
Pepper Addresses Florida J\Y\ Meet:
James Stern Department Commander
Turner of ("h in *elr
Handler because ihe trpil

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'esc'jMon* urg --,- ^
Na'ions establish a per an:
peeca In the Mic . --} th4 lvrl h*ve free jc
cess fo the Strains of Tiran and
"e Soex Canai jnd control over
.(fjM'*w Art*-.r rejoKrt Or
asked th-e U--ted States to tus-
oend permanent! H mill**-.
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Stern a native of Atlanta
lOined the veterans organization
1 years ago He was active on
a'! levels of Atlanta Post 1'2
and immediately upon his reloca-
tion to Miami in T960, was elect
ed quartermaster cf West Miami
Post 253. In addition he has
served that post as *irst hjrrior
vice commander senior vice
commander and commander
In a i
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Florida and Georgia, end is a
member of the Florida Institute
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Geongie Society of Certified Pub-
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ants and the American Institute
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\ of Tc
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a *. md treasur* i
h Florida Chapter of th '
ai Hemophilia | a
mem her of th. | Miami
\ lb of Alpna r
.partment of Florida
ladies Auxiliary a on-
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urer V
chaplain. Mra aW Spielberg, par)
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The rec
- a war
in Bruce Br
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The con-ventton opened on Fn
Cay wh Sabbath evening se
ces at the Hcllywood Beach
Hotel conducted by Rabbi Ma
well Berger and Cantor Bn
Dickson of Temp'e Zamora
Ce-ji Gab'es
San
Matt., jv\ v r<
for the nor*
was guesl speaker II
Sarr I
War \
Israel-Arab
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Mrs Handler, an active mem.
ber of her Auxiliary for t
than four years, has received
service pins for her Am
work, ant* done ou'standm .
in the community or atMch
has received citations ad
honors.
M
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Burrrai n prr-.
in
Or. Wolf son in Talk
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. Juno 23. 1967
> km si II i b lug
Page 7-A
At the 21 at annual convention ol the Depart-
,} Florida. Jewish War Veterans of the
3 A in the Hollywood Beach Hotel Shown
.'hoto at left) with the fust winner of the
Lach Memorial Award, presented by
: Miam: Auxiliary 223. are (left to nqht>
"h (eon Lehman, one of the judges of the
Mrs Norman Buinian. president of the
Mrs. Ida Handler award winner.
and Mrs. James Stern, daughter of the late
Mrs. Bertha Lach. In photo at right are (left to
right; Miss Marietta Elqer. student nurse at
Jackson Memorial Hospital, and winner of a
scholarship presented for work in mental re-
tardation; Mrs. Arthur Lee, outgoing depart-
ment president; Mrs. Handler; and Mrs. Anna
Mink, winner of the Woman of the Year
Trophy.
Israel Vows Assistance lo All
Of Egypt's Straggling Troops
Continued from Pag* t A
- \ rndei irv. I i I-
Spec al Israeli iquedt wr av
siqned to th task of salvaging
the many tanki. artillery piee*
end other Syrian armored piece*
..r>.indented by the Syrian* in their
"'-eat Many Ruttian-built T-24
ani<* were captured intact
I i
-.iii.ii l'. a n>
le .ml to ai > I
fi ..iid in the !'
resistance I
i ffoTl i" save the
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returning to Paris from a week's
visit to Israel, said that the So-
viet-made military equipment
abandoned by the Egyptians in
their pell mell retreat in the
Peninsula was worth abou>
$2,000 000
Ycshasahu Gavish com
I the southern front, told
a press conference in rel v
that l-ia-h> units seiied intact in
the Sinai Peninsula an Egyptian
,ii for nine Siiv iei u fact
to air misMles during the drive
acroM 11 Peninsula The SA-2
nusales are a standard Soviet de
irn-c Mi'apoi exported to man)
iriesi and usad against i nited
in North Vietnam
Gen Gavish ^aid some missiles
d al Israeli aircraft
but thai
r-d
Bureau Urges
Teachers Give
Israel Assistance
ation is-
letter,
i .'. ai i/m.iii. exi culive
'n. Ui .ill v i-'i if a. hers in
: Hollywood
I It ttei i i nt.mi i"
tation in the v
- eat h teachi r to
> in the Isi i
Kmerg ncj Fund, to pre pay
.: ined Jewish Ad;> al pledges,
and to add I i tl eir purcha i
Israel B
The letter calls attention to
the formation of the Jewish Edu-
cators Council for Israel. The
Council is buildir.-j a resource of
ec'ucator volunteers for a Jewish
Teachers Corps in Israel who, at
the appropriate time, will lend
educational and related services
as needed. The Department of
Education and Culture of the
Jewish Agency will act as co-
ordinator of all activities the
Jewish educators may be able
to perform within Israel itself.
The Council has issued ;i special
prayer for the welfare of the SI
i-i.ui -|ni ial program ol a<
tivities :n schools and related oi
nizations for the month "f June,
. who
wish lo volunti > i for the Jewish
:..'': Corp iei
rhe Bun hi
has 'tat the teai hers \ ol
unti a a contri
but ion in the Israel Em<
l i'uI
letter concludes with Wi
..1! kn iw that, .i- c nsequeni i
tin- ...n Israel will need massivt
assists U) and :
d ssionallj We believe thai Ji a
teachi and edu< atoi i an ih-
ui significant aid We are asking
you to do your shai
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Richard r. Wolison. senior
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Graduation At
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Hi cent -
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Thirteen boj and girls v ho have
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Thirteen children of Temple Menorch Religi
School were ated at the county wide
Bureau of Jewis.i Education graduation H
ercisee. Shown uar row (leh to right OX* Ion
Nelson. Ilene Kulberah, Rafael Bohmoiraa,
Sandra Boronthal. Kenj tan. Joy
i, and Hahhi Mayei Abramowiti, apuitual
i>t T< in, .i l'ii'Hi rov* areD<
Faro J-:- t VVallman I'll Rol I Mmim
Gowxii htky, I'uul Warahouet and Harold Tro
h Not shown are Debra lacobson, Robert
Friedman and H"i en V.
BACKGROUND Of NIW POLITICAL STRUGGLE AT UN
Middle Easl Diplomatic Battle
Shifted lo General Assembly
ITEU MAI IONS i I I
Tin- diplomatic battls ovei i *-
fuluir of l-iaili Aiah relations, in
the Make "i Israel*! aaaaalvf vie
idiy in iiir third vi.iii 1st 'ii i arai
hilled thu week in tin- i nited Na
turns limn tin St-i in il\ I ouncil l
a special cinci K<-iu\ aesalon ol I In
Oeaeral Acaanbl)
ovtei Premici Alvael Ko
led i group "i .V) Bovtet dipionati
iiicIikIiiik Poretgn Mlniatci Andrei
tiiumsku tu New Y special jt-Mnn Newi that Koaygtn
*ii inakuiK lua first viall tu Dm
United Stair* fur tin
brought a statement from tha VWiiN
House that President John
would he haops In meet with Ihfl
1'lCIIIU'I
The Pfimnr'i anticipated ri-
son fee attandin-j tha special
session was to laad tha Scviat
propaganda campaign against
Israel Howtvtr, it was consider
d possible Hint ha might h*v*
moia siniticnt oblOCtlVO* eisd
h% possibility *.v not iul*d
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undei .i i '"ii "i the i n < ii.n ti i
wii i ii |m-inuts i allirt
Assembl) im rtii i hen tin pel
ni meml the t mm il
ai i i.h.i'i mi pi ni ni .i i

Sacratary General U Thant im-
madiateiy polled tho 122 mam-
bars of the UN to datarmina
whether a simple maiority faor
*i' such a session. The United
States abstained in the poll Am-
bassador Arthur Goldberg noti-
fied the Secretary General that
the United States 'does not
concur' with fh session and he
questioned the legality of a sum-
mons for an Assembly. Goldberg
said that the Security Council
was still "seiied of the question
of the Middle East situation"

lilt ..... t .11' 1. In I I I
OTHER ARAB NATIONS ALSO THREATEN JEWISH POPULACE
i. at ion,
Itfiil i I < in
.IM
HI | I'.. .1 Ml! 01 I I '
I \l II.
m ; lh< taaembl)
I .it
I he NATO meel Hi I. I i
i 'i *.....Iar> i i Brow n and
Stale 1*
France meanwhile pursued the
role of unaligned broker Presi
dent de Gaulle announced that
France would not recognixe Is
reel's claims for any of its con
quered Arab ternioiy unless by
mutual consent of all parties
concerned The statement was
i'. sued short!/ before Gen. de
Gaulle and Premier Kosygin
met on the Soviet stopover in
Paris en route to New York.
Prior tun, ,.i Hu-
ll! wai
Heads of Jewish Families Arrested in Kgypt
Continued fiom Page 1 A
repotted The AJC official also
reported that two Jews were kill
ed In Meknes. Morocco, last week
and one wounded by A tab mobs
in Rabat Almost all Jewish
shops in Libya wero put to tonh
last week and several Jaws killed
by mobs, he said. The Libyan
police and fne departments took
i o action, he added.
\ othei i. i .t received hen
from i I 'hi'' the
lew i
into thosi lurri
III' I I' i i V 111 ..... I I I
il tnl r\
1 Hi-mil and Ihi
expi I'd
ni Hun pasaiioi' l hes.
ii police 11
n in Mexandria I
uttered 'ton
ii from Ih i i..... I In *
w< n- |il.n id aboard < lei man
hlei I ii H11HI 11 n ret*
In I ondon I In W ni Id Ii
i iss appealed lo t he Red t'ro
hi i.i in", .i in mi i in protert
in \i ili counti n w Im .hi i .. .
i in mob '. mirin r anu In
human Ireatmenl
In Rome, the Italian Govern
ment said it was investigating
complaints that Italian Jews h.id
been tortured and beaten by
police in Egypt Five Jewish I
fuqees from Egypt said p i
stuck burning matches ufl I"
their finger nails, beat them <->
and kept them standinq in ,i
iiowded cell for 48 hours with
out anything to eat.
Ha ii i .n i i nmenl In
Mm ni i.....nil icated Iwo issta
ni i M ihieh have been iun
.mil Jewi'!i mateital I hi flood
ni anti Jew i ii pro| i ha
|n'nn|iti d man) of Morocco
ii in I. in remain In then homei
lil'llllld Im Kid dOOl Mill II il I III'
material waa provided hj the op
I n itn n l 'nil il pin M.......-in
ii i< .nil i sited thr pro
i i i.ii i hood Im tile in
Moroccan Jews, wlm were de
ii .i / ion111 i espon ittle* foi
1 in \i .ili il-
Moioccan authorities h.ive Is
sued Stem warnings aqainst
in'i-ktation of Jews but the Is-
tiqlal campaign is causing anniety
among the Jews. Jews have been
observing a voluntary afti i itark
Curfew since an Arab gunman
shot and killed two Jews in
Mrknes and since then there
have been reports of Jews being
molested by Arab hoodlums.
Jew i h --'iiii i aid Moroi i .in <>l
had warned t ii.it anyone
taught ......estin lest would Ml total support lo the Arab league
nva v.... in priaon. deapiU tha Hand thai PiUatuaa hi Arabic
.ii i ih.ii the Govarnmenl | vt propt rtj
[Navy Races Liberty
Disaster al CIA Feet
Continued fiom Pago l-A
would have been dispatched to
Israel and oilui combatants to
alert them to the presence of an
American Nav.il vessel, of on-
usual apparanre, in the war
tone.
'I hf IA waa i" h.i i im imi in
ovet rule the Ni adi Ii Had the
n.i\\ procedui-ii iiKRestiona bet i
heeded Ihe Israeli mllitar) com
in,mil would have been alerted lo
h IdetiCltj and location of the
neutral ahip Vccordini to these
ourcc Un I IA wanted to use the
i for electronic surveillance
if tin' I itM-li military i adio system
i will .is tin- \i.ih ai mad forces
ad lb .ni communlcationa of the
in.ni ".
ih< Navj complaint was said to
unhide a conviction that Israel
could havi- bean notified becauae
theiaraeUa could have been trusted
imi to reveal the ship's operations.
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coep*ftion to c#npen down fhe
fill highly volatile Middle East.
The twitch t') thi- Assembl)
was made on the initiative oi :hi-
Sovift Union, which has mounted
a uorldwidf campaign to brand
Israel as the aggressor in the til
day war The initial Soviet move
in tin- Srcurit] Council was tpoo
iurship ol a resolution calling is
reel the aggressor and demanding
that it withdraw its troOfM mi
adiatal) from conquered lerri
tory in Egypt Jordan and Syria
The majority <>f the is membi
of the Council abs' Lhereb)
defeating the Ku>sian resolution
Boviel Ambaaaador Nikola;
erenko. at ting u. iccordance w
Beth Moshe
Ladies Meet
Installation oi uj\ held
at the < losing nu eting in Beth
M'imii Siaterhood un M i 11 i
inn in tne Popiel n lal Mall
Presidium 101 thi con
will be Mis Kichard Firs! youth
vice preaidenl Mrs asaa Rudolf,
cultuial vu Mi
ties l Bchoen n i
president
( onlnbutoi s to the Torah I
Raaklani Hall < ombine
paigii were honored Award
presented :,\ Itri Aillliil .1 Brown,
president oi Florida Branch ol the
National W of the
United Synagogue <>f America
Beth Moshe Siaterhood has lul
filled its pledge to assist in build
ing the Mathilda Schechtei Ri
dence Hall. donnitOT) f"i women
at the Jewish Theological Semii
of America and the Torah Fund
which gives scholarships to wor
thy rabbinical student-..
Even il tlr
ro\i d a it a ad along the urn
of tin resoiuUoa
it i no more than a n
ommendation which would have
U) l>e let.lined to the S*
lion v the
least, h the Soi i nion
i would have
other majoi (orum for denui i
stra" o\ .< luppt
irdi if the U"ab can e
Thi- s.< iaj itj < !o incil did ap

which were before it. pi 'he
last tea
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ners of
Amlj.is*jdar Mordecai Kidron,
tubttituting temporarily foi Gid
on Raphael at Israel's repie
tentative, told the Council that
Israel WSI " responsibilities and that, in the
few days "since the fighting
stopped." Israel has made liercu
lean efforts to insure the safety
and the well beir-j of all civilians
and refugees."
It w.i- reported in I
at .i n of the Council oi
I Ministers North
Vtlantic Ireal l)i anizat un lhal
l'.i Itain ,i pn paring a lour point
peace plan loi thi i eroer
gem > ol the <'< ral \
mbly in Ni w yoi k 1 he plan
iuld seek lo direi I v emblj
forts toward a package arrai
isions from
botl the Arab countries
It would cover redefinition of
,.i\
I N'ltvYA
11 .d of i VRWA announced
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against Israel at the United Na
tions, the Soviet Government
newspaper Izvestia came out in
Moscow with an article alleging
that "Israeli troops used Nan
methods to execute Arab civi-
lians, including women and chil-
dren."
The newspaper said also thai
l I ti oops murdered worn:
srab prisoni i I emphasized that
the Soviet l nion wai intensify
effort .it the l nited Nations to
force l-i .! I to w ithdraw at om e
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Friday June 23. 1967
Jos. Golden Heads Beth Torah Slate
:nd
Sigma stalled
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raxxtes Micrr.' cr.d o: "he Beta 1 h*ia
ver^uy c: Miami at
Beta Iheta suite. Wnh Mrs. Roaen are officers
of the chapter .left to right Misses Sue Berman.
bursar. Carol Rush. v4ce archon; Barbait:
Resn.ck. archon. Faye Chernowsky scribe
and Aida Tomas. tribune.
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, i ..! Milton '
. i ti Raymond
' H\ Kati e v
. .\ inton N>-U Shteii \ u < pi
nts, Seymour Rosen. treasurer;
M Stern Mr- r i..r k Horn
ttein, Mn I RBI /
led tr elude Robert
Max I'. -I"'a Frank
Burg. S.im Dnrtman. Jen") DuDall,
taron EtaJegar, Mattbeu i Itini
Milton Feinstein, San Fox, Ernie
llermao, Ernest Janko. Ben k
Irsing Kuttle.-. Du\e Manguues,
Irving Newman. Ben J New mark.
Nat* .n Ostrev, Abe Schorr Ku-
Scbv/arzberg Louis i
pointed trustees are.
Hloom Ed
an, Moi
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(juaaraai Katzmaj
Mrs Adrian Kaufn
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Stefri \TW-1f SKrppe. Tfr ,i
a vnored Will be thi
(oil 1" living past pr-M.:
( Bi ;n Torah for.nerh -
iti \l.>;<.i<-l Bergman. Harold Br>w
.l.,,k I> amond. Ran Jacob Kai
hv vovmaon. Irving Seidel, I;.
; .-(uider. Judi:< Arthur Sn>
ph vhmiei. Kw.ld Ziffer
Sinai Brotherhood ireekiast
Temp B Sinai Brotherhood
.kla>l meeting on S
day. 9 34 a.ni at thP North M
Beeoh I km i ester* 17017 NK n
\\e
".. .u... ; Chaptei are let: to bert Saul, tribune, is not shown. Ihe Aiuxnnae
vice archon. Mrs. chaDter honored and installed the graduating
na Ed.-. ve archon Mrs. seniors horn Beta Theta Chapter at a paid-up
Ben hon; Mian Bobfcr Ossop. memoexsnip luncheon here recently.
orj :Jid Mrs Samuel Heller, scribe. Mrs.
Biscayne Elementary Pupils Hand
Over $10.65 to Aid Israel in Crisis
i handed the money over to
their Rabbi to be contributed to
[atael in honor of Mr Jo.-eph I>on
nangeen
Man but
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and
Mircy is a fifth grade pupil t
Eiscayne Elementary School in
Miami Beach Tooether with oth-
pup.1-, she olanr-ed for the
Farewe Party for her class to
' *e plire on the last day of
ool The entertainment and
refreshment committee were
cKily appointed, and the class
Roberta Peters Here Sunday



leaders decided to give a special
present to their teacher. Joseph
Donnengelo.
He's notonl) a teacher." Many
i described her teacJMu
'He nd and helper u a
the present
\ l ii of Hie filth
repi .. appro** bed Don
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that while Israel was going
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for parties or exchanging gifts.
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Friday, June 23. 1967
Jmisf>flv&Mtoi7
Pag< 1 I
1 S S S. % IS?1 IV* fvivmiA
3^^il
hliaviioth Finds Jews
Vt the Wailing \\ all
d ohove ara the 1967 Graduates ot I
v Religious School i I Temple 1
Graduat.Mq Class
rain entitlod Cui c;
d by Trixie Le\ i
.
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I
S. H
:re Deborah S '
,. Ata Bear.
'' ; .
. gradu Mi lay
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Eton ceremonies) tor ten by
i Mi d

Prom left are Mi. ind "' A. i L S
-.dent ol
i v.. inula< tunii n s clotl .
loader, ls a tellow of the un ":--. I..
Ann Harris Wing serves cs a focal point I I research in
-.late physic B, particu! ie :;tuuy of prop*
The wng contains I
domical preparation rex
Rabbi Stern Heads Contest
\ -a project lOr ( \|i..niiu.
hening I i ah edu< ation was
i by Rabbi Dr Bi1
president of the Nation
i i i at ion :
Hirrachi 11.i *: H i nun
project i na-
Itonal ont< si i"i if the
elemental*) and
high m hool V'-hi nil over
i> in the know
Talmud Sigi prize* will be
ii s'. rn
C i hi n Communitj. Sj tia u
a. ha* been 11<
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or the 111 t time in i! years Thi
ibseii ai ce .it the wall partl> .i
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irg an access road over whi h
the thousands of Jews crossed
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trians were allowed in th ar?a
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gineers fi-i-hed t!-e read a.d re-
moved mines .md o hor de>is.
patrols were busy clearning out
per po i' o"s In *he
Old City from which occasional
shooting took pljce.
' I he .ii
Ihr H
II
rs ol his se< t for Ihe first tn
I hi i stablishment oi the Je-
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i t c expressed Ihi i
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SRAEL 147 E Oakland Park Blvd
Raob. Ph.i p Cna.ton Cartor Theg.
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HALLANDALE JEWISH CENTER.
21 E Maiianaa Beach Blvd Mii
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rlOLLVWOOO TEMPLE SNM 1J0"
Johrson St Conser. at.ve Riio
Dav a Shadro. Cartor Vihuoir
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THE RABBI SPEAKS FROM HIS PUtPrr
Inborn Divine Oualil
Governs Our Triumpl
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ch ti. Cantor Jacob Renier
-.ah
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Sraman \ Mr and !
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I'NAl RAPHAEL 1*0'- NW led St.
Lonseevat ve Pabbi Ha-o d Richttr
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Jwo 25 Ch 7. 10 a m "SLill Small Voice"
Hottl Rabbi Tibor Stem.
Jacob ( Cohen Community Synagogue
Rabbi Solomon Schiff. Beth El Congregation
Jimp 25 Ch 10. 11 a m Jewish Worship Hour
Rabbi Morns Skop.
Temple Sholom. Pompano Beach
Jimp 27 Ch 2. 9 30 pm "Man to Man
Topic: "Death by Decision?"
Moderator: Rev. Luther C. Pierce
Participants Dr Irving Lehrman. Temple Emanu-El:
Ret Albert R Schmidt. Grace Lutheran Church
of Miami Springs; Msgr Joseph U'Sbea. director.
Diocesan Radio and Television Commission.
A TASTE OF HEBREW
prejenfed1 b, THE TABBUTH FOUNDATION FOR THE ADVANCEMENT OF
NEIREW CULTURE mm4 fh AMERICAN JEWISH PRESS ASSOCIATION
Ep-.TPr. Or. SkUmp Kpalesk
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Cartor 'teytr Enj-.

O'!ho0o Raoc David Lrhrfieid
Cantor Ab-aham &.
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M'NVONAIRES SVNAGOGLE 3^3'
Bird Rd Modern traditional Vn
W Temchin. president Cantor Lou.s
Cohen
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DHEV SHALOM. t'1 Normandy Dr
Orthodov. Rabbi Phineaa Webar.
man.
SEPHARDX JEW SH CENTER *
Colliftt *ve Rev Cantor Saoi rvah
mlaa.
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th Ava. Orthodok Rabbi Jpnah
E Caaian.
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TEMPLE AOATH YESHURUN Cp
Paevativa 1025 NE "Pra St Miami
Gardans Rd Rabbi M tor Schlmaky.
Cantor Manr.cs Neu.
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TEMPLE BETH AM SPM N Kendall
O'. So. Miami Reform Rabbi
Marbart Baumgard. Cantor M.cnaei
Kyrr.
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TEMPLE BETH EL OF MOLLY
WOOD. TSS1 S. -th Ava Reform
Rabbi Samuel Jaffa
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TEMPLE BETH RAPHAEL "M*
Jefferson Ave Conservative Rabbi
David Raab. Cantor Saul H Breeh
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TEMPLE BETH SHOLEM of Holly
wood 1725 Monroe St Conservative
Rabbi Morton Malavaky. Cantor Er
neat Steinar.
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TEMPLE BETH SHOLOM. 4144 Chaae
Ava. Liberal. Rabbi Lean Krcmsn
Cantor David Convisar.
H"'.. Srrmi.n b) ltl I.
Th. !:
BY RABBI ALEXANDER GROSS
Habrpw Academy
Recently, when tht irtniet of the
V *> r j i ',,.'.
"he small Israeli arm) tin v-
\ sygin ;.
up : r
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f J l A > '
How can
tins!
idd -
I : -
wipe out the
Si^te of I-
in a matti i
>s hat
chances do we
>land against
the unified
might of the Arab
Such qne-tions were raised b>
trembling Jeri in all corners of
the globe
The Torah reading for this week
reminds u of a similar situation
some three thousand fsMTt back
The 12 spu-s IfoBat sent to in-
vestigate the land of Canaan and
to learn its character, retunvd
with a wry despairing report
Tne substance of th. discour-
aged ssnjorit) report that the
conquest of Um Holy I.and was an
impossibih:> It is impossible for
us to succeed in the face of asjefe.
overwhelming micht they logical
ly reasoned According to the
RAtRf CROSS
horde
Bihle. the punishment for thi*
tivc attitude is sveU-sTnowi
entire generation had t-
in the wilderness
\jchmanides. irx? great B
comment -fur. Rpiaioj ll
punishn i Bl
tic i
l and nurtiir. |
aw tl
God oar-
iponod
Dui. 10 yean
in tin- desert, a ne R i

ship and freedoma
......
priests jnd a b
Thus in that momer."
I rip evoat, was the nat:
aoter of the Jews formed
This fearlcfl
tivitj to a historic imperai
fortified b> a deep a:
faith in God all these wer-
in th.- Sinai Desert over tl
thousand >rr> atfo and re
within e\ery generation
How biatantl) the JfM
lecti\e unconscioua was r-
to us in the wift and sweep.- .
Israeli \ ictory s<>mc days ago A
perhaps in thi .e and it
ful military analysis of tl.
fiasco it was difficult to
this inborn (BviBc Jewish qu
Actually, how could anyon.
tify a gift reier\ed for a G
pie?
B'nai B'rith Youth Plan Convention
Shalom. Miriam, where arc )ou
tc-ng?
I am going home.
I have finished m> work-
Where do you work.?
I have worked up to now
in an office, but I left
the work (job) a month ago.
Where do you work now?
I began to work in a kindergarten.
I did not know >ou are a
kipocrgarien leather.
Thia u not enacilv so I am no
kdergarten le^chcr. I ool> hck*
Use kindcfgarien tcacavsr in ha*
work
Is tBse work m LiBdcrg^rten beiaer
ibaa iihc wock) the oflkx?
Every kwd of work is food, bast
I love small children very much.
I love very mn.h to see small
children enjoying themselves
and laughing.
All good people love children.
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YOL'R DICTIONARY FOR TODAY.
pna mo the bouse)
r"iry *;k home
tr'K,2 I finished
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kindergarten
kindergarten teacher

before
month
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TEMPLk BETH TOV. S43S SW Stn
St. Conservative. Rabbi Simon April
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TEMPLE B'NAI SHOLOM. 1ipO0 NW
22nd Ava. Conservative. Cantor
Abraham Reiaaman.
rV.da r I 'n. k Bhssl
Mr and Mrs J..M|h Ss.; -^
on. Hra.ll. > prill Hxr Mitavah
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TEMPLE EMANU-EL. 1P01 Wash.ftg.
ton Ave Conaervativa. Rabbi Irving
Lehrman. Cantor Zvi Ad*er
A capacity crowd of son mem
bers of AJeph Zadik Aleph and
B'nai B nth Girls from seven
Florida North and South
Carolina. Georgia Virginia, Mary
land and Washington, D.Cwill at
tend the annual District 5 conven
Lion of the B nui B run Youth
Organization June 22 to 27 at (.or
don Militarj mjr, Barnesville
Ga Announcement was made joint
ly by district presidents Nanc)
Bock and Jay Kajrm
floading thi Florida Region ron
tingent will be Florida Regional
BBG president. Patti Adler. of Mi
ami
"Enter to Uam-Go Forth to
Serve is the theme of the con
vention Keynoters who will Mrw
to spark the discusM.vr-s are Kabbi
Richard Lehman, assistai I
leader of the Temple. Atlanta, '..
Seymour s Cohen, national Bl
ram director, of Was!
D.C; and Theodore Fr-
ADI. Southern Region director !
Atlanta
Ronald T Cahn. Distri.' S
BBYO director, is roaponsil
the overall convention A
him will In- the Florida I:
BBYO director, Mrs Girt B
South Florida BBYO advisors w: i
will accompany the convent)
are Mrs Jack Rahmowita. chapt r
advisor, and Fred Cbekaniw. |.-!
AZA member, vice president l
B'nai B"nth Coral Gables |
chapter advisor and member
executive board of the Miami Ul.\
board of directors.
TEMPLE ISRAEL OP GREATER Ml
AMI. 1J7 NE iPth St. Reform. RabsX
Joseph R. Narpt.
TEMPLE ISRAEL OP MIRAMAR
SSOO SW SPth Way. Conaer*t,.e .
Rabbi irwin Cutler.
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TEMPLE JUDEA. 5500 Granada Blvd
Reform Rabbi Marria Kipper
O I in. Harold j^rr.- maenbaf
ird of iru*t.. mil
tn lh- ut-.r r ..f Kalbi Kitver
TEMPLE MENOPsAh. act rxn Ot
Cowaarvativa. Rabbi Mayer Abrani-
pwitt Cantor NicP Peldman
TEMPLE NER TAMIO POth St. and
Tatum Watarway. Modern Trad.
tional Rabbi Eugene Labavita. Cap-
tor Edvaard Klem.
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TEMPLE OR OLOM Conservative
S756 SW IPth St.. M.am, Rap*.
Ralph G l i a m a n Cantor Herman
Marchbcin
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TEMPLE SINAI OF NORTH MIAMI
Temporary office. taSOl NE 2?na
A.e Refcm Rabbi Ralph Kmgslev
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TEMPLE SHOLOM 1J2 SW "th Ave
Pompano Beach. Conservative Rafe
bi Mo.ru A Skop Cantor Leon
Segal.
TEMPLE TIFIRETH JACOB S1 E
ath Ava. Hiaiaah. Conaervativa
Rabbi Maurice KMIn.
TEMPLE ZAMORA 44 Zamora Ava
Conservative Rabbi Maawell Bar
per Cantor Ben D.C k son
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SYNOPSIS OF THE TORAM PORTION SHELAH L'CHA
The spies return from Canaan bearing a clutter of grapes
And they came unto the valley of Esheol. and cut down
one cluster of grapes, and they bore it upon a pole'- (Num i
SHELAH LCHA At Kadesh. in th* wilderness of Paran.
the children of Israel asked Moses to send forth scouts to recon
noiter the land of Canaan Wham God consented. 12 spies were
dispatched, one from each trrbe. with specific instructions Forty
days later, the spies returned bearing the fruit of the land a
evidence of its fertility But most of them came back with a
pessimistic report the natives of Canaan were mighty men. the
cities strongly fortified
ip pi? *aS tand ,haI >a,e,n UP in* inhabitants thereof- tNum
13.32> Of all the spies, only Joshua, the son ot Nun. of the tribe
of Ephraim. and Caleb, the sn of J.phunneh. of the tribe o!
Judah. declared there w^s nothing to fear from the natives of
l anaan The Israelites, frightened by the fearful majoritv report
cried tearfully Were it not better for us to return into Egvpt
'Num 14 3'
God M wrathful at this lack of confidence in Him. and
would have destroyed the entire congrenation. were it not for
Moses- intercession Howeeei Me vowed that before the Israelite-
rnieht enter the Pioaiaod l^nd they would wander in the deser-
for 40 years until the entire rebellious generationthose abow
20 years of aueshould perish
This raeountlng of the WeMly p*rti*o of ttsp Law Is >
ract*d and based upon "Th* Graphic Mister* erf the Jewish
!**">** d^l y P. W*llrri*ivTa*mlr, SIS PueHstSer it
Slspetgold and th* v*lump it available at 7 William St, Ftew
Y*rk S. N.Y. Pr*idprrt th* seci*ty aHitrRp*Hii* the eefuwrP
is JoAPph Sehlarv,,


Fi lay. June 23. 1%7
*Jenif fhrkliar
Menoroh Will
Evaluate Students
; ,( Mi'iunjh will spon-.nr a
evaluation session for all
-ui children in the ReUfiioua
on Sunday tnarnui" June
offl 30 1o 11:30 am
tit* will h , with their children's teach
discusi the child's ptograai
year, as well as his class
iiit for the coming year
Jayi r Aluamowitz. pnMi.il
ui TunpJe Menorah. will
. ,i\a lable for personal con
- with each parent.
-ystrm ol persona! later-
a- both with the teachers aid
Rabbi, v^as inaugurated
ujr> ago by Temple Me
...h erery parent was h-
a report card,
: r .revs as well a> the rl.iv.
oi each child, arc find
!i personal intei
: able l<> plan more Intel-
meeting the Individual
... h of its stuilrnts. Rah
.... iti explained
hi rs who will Ih- avail
'. : ;.'W are M i N
who has been with
Mi norah linee the
Lea Fiksel
bak Pachter
tin| the Sunday S<
Jo) Greenberi Miss
ira in and Mum N
ting thi
Nathan i
Mr- Shirlej I
irna K..
I P I a bead* ii b)
. i. I ah -ui* m ill also !>.
: .himnts.
Pago 13-A
M4ftr KOttTZKX
Javcll to Head
:lcrida Region
I a veil, of lTMOO NK 10th
th Miami Beach, has
led 10 the post of pri sj
Florida Region at the
annual convention of the Na-
rration Of Jewish Men n
largeel men's qrnagoga]
in in the Western Menu
r
a leading officer of the
b a', l ongregation Beth
North Miami Beach
iution was attended l>>
legate! from 35o men'i
: tut the United Stati
Harry Koretzky,
National Hotel
Owner, Passes
r) Koretzk) ownei
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15, 1!: \'
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Mr Koretzk) i
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Um Mi imi an .i in
to Mi
Beai h built th v- inal
War 11. I
lei ..er to the l' S
< i I .i an administration
Mr. Koretzky had been cited
by the government for patriotic
service in Deholf of the American
Field Service, the American Red
Cross and Salvation Army dur-
ing World War I.
He was a life member of Ma
sonic Lodge. Jewish Home for the
Aged and on the founding board of
director! Of Temple Emanu-Kl and.
the Hebrew Academy,
Survivors .iK-lude hi wife. I)i>ra.
a M>n Marry; daughter in law.
Helena; and three grandchildren
Service! were Monday, June lft,
at Riverside Chapel, Normandv
Dr
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f,1"'1 m .We. i Sew 1
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LlCHTic I- ibll r 900 Weal Ave
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Child's Photo
Contest Opens
A total of ..i 000 in national
prizes and gifts is being offered in
the 33rd National Children's Pho-
tograph Contest, which is repre
tented locally by Burdine -
The conteal began on Monday,
and continues thnnigh Saturday,
July 29 Any child 14 years old or
younger is eligible to enter. Each
participating Burdine s store will
present an 11x14 inch oil portrait
to its own winner, who will then be
entered in the national contest
Photograph entries should be
taken td Burdine's Photo studio by
Saurday, July 29. at the Downtown
Miami. Dadeland, Ft Lauderdale
or West l'alm Beach stores
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Friday June 23. 1957
Overseas Newsfeffer:
By ELIAHU SALPETER
Israel Wanted Absolutely No Help from U.S.
ARS RAN IN
' the cr
11 \
..11-
tiad

1 1 > somber v lew
\.. without I lb !
Ihi I 1 lited Nations
hant has turned the hand* of
i most ol the at hievs
i run improved
'ii strength was massed
. Gai Sti ip was a; omkag
1 itei d Fadayi 1 lei ro attai ks The
to Israel shippn I 01 the
\.i- med that the
Is .. ,,s now
it the initiative waa in
i s to win the
In 191 S
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fis rVe V/ere Saving: By ROBERT E. SEGAL
Course of Media in Free World
? HOSE WHO
use
:
li lor Ii
I
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41 pel cent
<-t he Jewish i><
of the P I
1 th 178 1 mercial ti 1
operating 01 undei construction, proposals
h\ the Ford Foundai
Our Film folk:
By HERBERT G. IUFT
He's Well-Paid
Holl) wood
IRVING WALLACE, sol (.1 a Rui
-tan imn lold his
lir--
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i authoi with
Im Mh 1 foi film 1 h' ii his
.; him in ex< ess
million in the I
I he 1'
1 'I b) 20th entui > I >\ 110111 a ski
itline. is the first ol three unwritten ni
million dollars plus
5 percent ol the film gross Earlier still. Wallace
sold the book publishu ne novels
more than a million do
Plot" will he produced foi I he screen bj
David Weisbart and directed bj Mark the
line leting in Hollywood t"i
the same studii \ alley of I Doll in which
Susai I replaced a n luctant Ju G and
We talked with li VVallai on re
the publii hi- highlj 1 mtro
1 be P ot with the
nation of P.....Kenned
a the 1 hi ives into
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between the Russians Red h.i -. Germans
ins
In '! he Plot .' I ted 1
rntral is.<
- survival in > the
tron bomb, I inreason. 1
inherited the helpless tl
the powi 1 elite 11 this most ambi
undertaking to date, it 1- iuse it make
face, b \ 1 tji hu
issues that we all
face for man) tomorrow!
Wallace takes his read bind the scenes ..(
intrigue, aa he did m his rather superficiall
"She Prise, In which Edward <> Robinson appei
m the double-roll- <>f .. Nobel-prize winning scientist
and an imposter against the background of the
Stockholm festivitu
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breath sweetenei -
Ft el to Uh
of the 1 1 "Mi nission on Educational Tele
vision is .. giant and a reCreshinj lesp For if opin
ion can in- mobilised to bring oft the acceptance ol
stud) recommendations, we shall have
passed o\ei a watershed "f huge lignificance to ua
and our descends
The Carnegie Study, headed by Dr James R
Killian .ir. chairman oi the Massachusetts Institute
ci Technology Corporation, is based in part on staff
visits jo nearl) lou Educational Television stations
and studies of the television systems ,,f s,.\,. (C)I
eign countries With a half million dollars to sp
and more than .. soar in which to collect data
shape recommendations the Cam. m
has brought forth imagu ative and bold proposals ..;>
propriate foi a diverse and resourceful nstion If
the Commissioncra have their way, talented pi
in scatti I areas will ha\.- plent) <>t leewaj
prove listic skill
Indi ed, loi trol ol Uw m a ducal 01 al U
Im- iheu hallmark I
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I moi e) to the
lucational stations alread)
',;'-,!1 ;|s den all) as tins c,,,, iH. u
The Congress is asked to set up a 1 orpo
1 television Profits would be out The
1 would be tin- ot val
>r. but would soon l,
to th. best brains ol
m -< i.n.s. adult education units
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OH the Record:
I gh Soviet
JjfATCHING THE
1 the re
inty <
en il
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finisn '' undo'.'
For lei Despite their pious ;
' ''' show. 1 the)
' i|llv "" en< but : a lews rheii
he UN tl in Jews were
"" White h 1 d American polio "' Ihe
M,dd I a transparent and vicious
iemitism in our countiy and to divide
aiths on an issUe where faith has .. reli What
. u.is to make the L'N a p ..Mum,
'"' dlSM" Ih. lewiah role as part
..I 1 deliberate scheme to foment hatred against us in
this countr)
After listening to the dull, end lev* apaaulm m the
Security Council, most of them as devoid ol intellectual
content and hutonc perspective a* they were full of
11 en.I1-.- n w.i led The 1 inu
1 using on Ihe third a( t
Britain's strong stand in support ol 1 rat
in mm : ol I iran was .. pleaasi 1
lot Israel, hut few believed that Its value excci l<
practical effect British intervention in th.
..pai^n. N ached much hope lo
port, let .,; n. help from France Yet the .
h French neutrality fbenl nl) praised b) \
led Um "Vrab* si .st Israelis
The onl) bright spot in th glooe j 1
m aa Pi esidenl Johi
i-i., of ba Transl
\ irds into deeds w.i- the ciu< ..
reel did not
no doubt hen th.i
is could d\ I) not onl)
Eg) 1
ild thi
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Today's Thought: By DR. SAMUEL SILVER
\ New President
fXROPSIE COLLEGE is
Ihn bey first he..
It the win id s onl) 1-
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I1 psie was the name
I'h ,1 philanthropist v.'
I the s> hOOl Moms Urn;
- in tlie tradition of Jews m
i to be judged not l> what they have but nh
the) do with what the) have
Dropsie is also one ..t Ihe Jewish ornaments
diadem of Philadelphia home of pioneer
' rabbi Gi at] l allege Jewish
intil it" recent removal I
lldeis l h Historical S <'> '
first prestdi 1 t ol Dropsn was um late
's Vdie: intellectual and organisational
Jewish Tl al Semin
the An 1 lewish 1 ttec
sie w... .; \\ rahai
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x thntv > in w.,s \ii Jew
Nc York I :,. 1,, taught, counn
1 uphel
lh<
ncredibii
' '' :- 1 ive lot
he I loora he ha
larai rhen
lewish acbolara
Di Katsh will find the n ince .>: the I
M'h' psie an exciting challi
As for Philadelphia and Dropsie, what a Kat~h
By NATHAN ZIPRIN
a! the I Nations
the tragi. 1.-., ,. 1
iture holds foi '
s) that the recent n 1

be mo ipmenta ha 1 hi
role pla>ed b) li ty Cound
011 were
i lackeys to Moscow when dignit) and nati
: "1. msdvea with th. 01 ,
li",! in the Middle i larael |
': ",|,!1 Ui writei learns that there la 1 pow
''"" al Indian policy botl
t intellectuals and ten who are aware thai
over the years, there has been 1 deep rasarvoii ol .--
will for India 11 Israel and in the Jewish communities
ttuoujjhoiit the world
Hi. neutrality nine echoing through western OSSSUl
is much remimsosnl .f the prs-World War ll days whei
the worlds leaden were permiUlni Hitler to solve the
Jewish problem through exterminaUon for fear the.
would be \ioIsting the principle of national sovereignty ll
they asked Hitler to stop That kind of morality is the
mark of the moral runuch We have now witnessed an
almost parallel spectacle in the United Nations


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Miami, r'riday 23. 1967
Section B
SPECIAL ENTERTAINMENT PLANNED FOR PROGRAM
Gov. Collins to Speak at July
B'nai B'rith Patriotic Rally
Miami Beach Lodge of B'nai B'rith Patriotic Rally committee
m Independence Day Program July 1 at Miami Beach Audi-
: um. Left to nqht are Gershon S. Miller, past president;
viel Pascoe. lodge president Malcolm r'romberg. pres:
i -it-elect. Seated is jack M. Fink, rally chairman. Not shown
. George W. Valentine, working closely with the committee in
: .'half of Chase Federal Savings and Loan Association
or of the rally
JUDGE PARKER MAIN SPEAKER
Ferdie Installed
Gables Bar Chief
LeRoj Collins, the only gover-
nor "f Florida lit serve two COOfOCU
live terms, tnd reotnt Under Sec
reiar) of Commerce, will address
more than 2.5oo peraoni at the
Miami Heath Auditorium on Satur
la) evening, Julj Upm
The nem mayor o! Miami Beach,
i.i\ Dermer, will also be on hand
' The Patriotic Rally, in obser-
vance of the nation's birthday, is
being presented by the Miami
Beach B'nai B'rith Lodge, and
sponsored by the Chase Federal
Savings and Loan Association
as a community service. Jack M.
Fink is chairman of the rally.
A musical program of great ap
at 1 i lie was Installed
m of the Coral Gables Bar
iriatioa for the year 1967-48 hj
Dad CtMSjy I'ircuit Ju
iwyojl Parker Principal spa
,.i cartmooies wa-. h.iriN
.vnile Judge Donald Stone Mai
(errmonie- urai I hai lea
last president's address wjs de-
Ted by outgoing president. J
h rk McDonald, and the inv.Ka
ii and pledge were led by vice
n lent. Richard H Halo)
Other officers installed were
secretary, Phyllis SHampanier;
'easurer. Ante Id I. Levy; direc-
tors. John Kirk McDonald.
George C. Persandi. Clarence A.
Riley. Albert E. Schrader. Jr.,
Richard Shaw and Clarence
Stmer.
He is .hi Ai
' Miami and a me I F trH
it tee on pubtu n
Kv Real Propel I s i
American Hai \

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Bar A
oferenci n Jose i
< member ol the "' '
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i member of the b
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War Veterans
tie Is past president ol lem
pie pa I pn sidenl lil
Balkin Lodge B nai B'rith;
pi esident, < in ater Miami
BBYl < lie cur: I rVCS on the
ho ird o| directors ol K< i'l and
th i oi .'i Gables iptimisl Club
lie is past commander of the Mm
ru\ Solomon Post 243 and the Dfl
partment of Jewish War Veterans
Insurance
Execs Elect
Bernstein
At the annual meeting of the
Miami hapter of Chartered I
Underwriters l i. t Bernstein
in tor Protective
Insurance Compan) was elected
pri foi the nsuing year
. 1907 Millioi
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the
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i.i, k I irrier, Ro) Harold F Essig. Huth w. Fuswll,
ijamin Gindy, William C Pich
W liter .1 Stokes Henry Weiss
peal has been arranged The liarnett
BfMakin Orchestra will be heard
in a special arrangement of popular
and patriotic numbers The feature
soloists are Judith Robinson, who
has appeared with the I a.Monaca
Hand at Bayfronl Park, and Allen
Gildersleeve, well known lenoi
The Breeskin orchestra will pre
sent a special program at 7 30 p m
for earl) arrivals
Jan i Sti state commandei.
Jewish War Veterans of the USA
announces thai Leo Slachter, de
partment chief of staff, will l<
the Department of Florida Color
Guard in the presentation ol colors
and allegiance IO the flau Council
man Joseph Malek "ill -\nc the
Star Spangled Banner Mrs Gershon
Miller will be heard in a patriotic
recital
Upon completion of the pro-
gram, patriotic gifts will be dis-
tributed. There is no admission
charge and the public is invited
to attend. Women of the Chai
Chapter, B'nai B'rith will act as
hostesses under the direction of
Flora Sinick.
Ret Wilej Scot!, pastor ol Miami
Beach < ommunitj church will give
the invocation H a b b i Mayer
sbramov I Temple Menorah,
will closi the pro
ediction Fr William i Shea
SI Patrick s < hurch ol M
ich Will lender a pra". el
semi-annual sale
bras, girdles
save 15% to 25%
Left to right ore Chiel Juvenile Judge Donald E. Stone; incoming
president. Ainslee R. Kerdie; installing officers. Circuit Judge
J Gwynn Parker outgoing president, J. Kirk McDonald.
-.elling si im the
known makers1 Choose front
Mdidentorm. Youthcraft Cha
er, Sarong. Lily ot Fi < .Varn-
KS' Olga Barbev now1
Sketched Warner s mg
Thing" bra. reg S5 mow 3.95
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THE HUMAN NEEDS CONTINUE
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IF YOU HAVE NOT MADE YOUR CONTRIBUTION
ISRAEL EMERGENCY FUND
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UNITED JEWISH APPEAL
Give To -Work For- the
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Mrs. Harold Schneider, president of the Southeastern Florida
Region of Women's American ORT. will be pouring from a
new silver coffee um, which was presented by Mrs. Florence
Kupperman in behalf of the region's board members "as a
testimonial to Mrs. Schneider s sterling leadership and loyal
dedication to the ORT program. Presentation was made
during installation ceremonies at the Everglades Hotel. Left to
nght are Mrs. Schneider; Mrs. Lou Jacobson. region executive
committee chairman; Mrs. Florence Kupperman. region past
president and nationaJ board member. Mrs. Joseph Wilkes.
region past president; and M.rs Harry Rosenblatt, region past
president, and currently national vice president.
Mrs. Schneider
At Helm of ORT
Mr- Harold Schneider a- .-
t a- president of the South-
tavern Florida Region of Won. American ORT at the Everglade-
Hotel. .
MM Harry KosenWatt. national
Mce president, was installing offi-
Vl-V
Mrs Lou Jacobson. executive
committee chairman, vice presi-
dents. Mr? Eli Kahr. Mr* Edward
Ligtot. Mrs Philip Stark Mr> Mor
ns r.reenberi: Mr- J*k Krmer
and Mrs Theodore Zalles
Treasurer Mr- Leonard Peche
rik financial secretary. Ifn Ed-
ward Levinson. recording secre-
tary. Mrs Richard Greenbaum.
corresponding secretary. "Mrr aid Schwartz
Membership dues secretary. Mrs.
Norman Morris: parliamentarian.
Mrs Florence Kupperman.
The invocation was given by
Mrs Florence Kupperman Mrs
Lou Jacobson was chairman ef the
day
Simmer Camp
At Emanu-E!
Opens Program
s
tenth iun-H utive >< r Milton
The camp i> under the personal
supervision and guidance of l>r
Irving l.ehrman Two four week
-c-inns will be held. June 19 to
July 14. and July 17 to Aug. 11
The camp is held at the North
Branch Building, a completely air-
conditioned facility located at 77th
> St. and Dickens Ave.
A wll-trained staff emder ttve
direction of Milt Firutein. bead
of the Social Studies Department
and former athletic director at
Miami Beech High School, it in
charge of all activities.
During the 1967 Day Camp ses-
sion. Feinstein has indicated there
will be several new and important
emphases in the Day Camp pro-
gram A special effort is being
made to serve the pre teen hoy
and girl A specially equipped
staff has been secured tor the
camp this year to offer a summer
camp program of adventure and
excitement "
The programs will include golf
and tennis instruction, basketball,
touch football baseball, volley ball.
BOCCCr and hor>eshoes
Waterfront director will be Herb
Sherman, physical education teaih-
er at Bay Harbor Elementary
School Camper* will ram their
various Red Crow Certifies!
Sherman will also instruct and
broaden the program with turn-
blin" anH p\ "n-",ir
After 21 years of service to Temple Emanu-El, Mrs. David
Sands, affectionately known as "Julia" to the entire congrega-
tion, is retiring as head bookkeeper. Julia was feted by Sister
hood members and her co-workers on Monday June 5
Sir km HalL Shown are Mrs. Samuel Fhedlanc. Mrs. Irving
Lehrman. Mrs. Sands, end 'standing1 Mrs. Leonard Abramson
Sisterhood president Dr. Irving Lehrman. in his tcrik to the
group, told of Julia's loyalty and complete dedication." She
has been a resident of Miam: Beach for 25 years, is married
33 years, end !:ve* with her husband. Dav.d. ct 1761 Lenox
Ave
Senior Citizens To Hear Speaker
Florida Senior ( ;tiren Club 2 Speaker aril] \n Prof Andre B:u.'
will hold a public meeting Toes- oienki f the Miami
at the Beach United Nations chapter
Miami Beach Federal Auditorium, BialoUnki wii; discuss "United
\ ai d th< M:dd!e :,
Schwartz Again
Chesed President
Isidore Schwartz has been re-
elected president of the Sisterhood
Shel Emeaa
"'hr officers are Mr* Besvie
vice president. Mrs
md vic< president
Mrs Beasic GelUaer, re
elected financ.al secretary and
treasurer and Mrs Ida Ochs, cor-
responding secretary

Bankers Name Vice Pres.
Morn- N Br Ml president of
American Savings and Loan Asso-
ciation of Miami Reach, has an-
nounced the election by the board
of directors of Thomas N Brandeis
Me office of assistant vice pr. -
ident Branded will function a*
a mortgage loan officer
Ml
Chef
Boy-ArDee
Wp use the Jewish word
" mychol" because we den t
m bow to say extremely
celioous dish in Ita' an.
Which is exactly what you get
from this one package Cook
spaghetti to taste Heat and
add authentic Italian Mush-
room Sauce. Top with lots of
nppy cheese. Easy, guick.
SERVE SOME TONI6HTI
PLEASE MENTION THIS
PUBLICATION WHEN YOU
SENO FOR YOUR FREE
COPY OF THE HEINZ
24-YEAR HEBREW- *
ENGLISH CALENDAR
We have arranged with
the Heinz people to send
to our readers on request
an extremely useful book-
let that should be in every
Jewish home. Within the
32 pages of the 24 Year
Hebrew English Calendar
are all the Hebrew dates
and days of the week along
with their equivalent "En-
glish" dates from Rosh
Hashanah. 1943 to the day
before Posh Hashanah,
1967. Wrth this calendar,
you can find Yahrzeit dates
at a glance.
You can get your free
copy simply by writing a
post card or a letter to:
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Box 57. Pitts Pa 15230
The beans that
madethefamous.
C lose to id vcars ago, the House of
HCMU introduced a new variety
Vegetarian Boristo meet the
needs of Jewish families for a
Kosher, quick-to-fix man\-purpose
delicious food.
Io reassure our customers of Kash*
ruth, wc arranged fur rabbini-
cal sjiniion and the I seal of
THI I Mo\ OI OBTHO
DOX JrVUMj OONGUGA
JlQNaOf AMJBUCA tube
placed em our label.
The v was little known in tho days. In fact wc were the first large
American food eompanv to elearlv
identify and advertise our Kosher
products with the .
Today, you will find the 0 >n manr
hundreds of well know n prod-
ucts, but no one of thtm is
more we home in Jewish
homes than the "beata
thatmadcthc y famous."
RXHEI\ZCOMiANT^


n
j
by ISABEL GROVE
i. lU
o m an s
"World
I : | it h If.
;oM 11 11- K\i
lusted last Fri la) from the
; Ut) of F la with B \
.' bmJw journalism
mid a Ethel t. one of the
i known p iblic relatioM
couneelon of thii ana, now the
Florida National Field Represent!
live (or the B'r.ai B nth Kouruia
tion Bheryl has distinguiahed
herself at the University of
Florida for her t.r.e work in writ
ing and in the field of photo
praph> She > a mentbai of
the Theta Sigma Phi, the pro
fesaional Journalism honorary
fraternity
Mr ;.nd .Mr- Karvej Fleiach
man Ult early this week for a
Mveil week ru > >: trailer trip
tliioiiKh the U< and Mexico .
Harve) the Wometco executive

Rahb: and Mr- Jonah K (apian
are leaving on June 24 for New
York I i'y Kabhi i apian will
be attending the Rahhmicai Coun-
cil of American convention be
ginninj. on June 26 at South Falls-
burg N Y Rabbi and Mrs
t'aplar. plan to visit with their
children and grandchildren be
fore lea. ing or. a trip to Israel.
when they hope to visit the
-acred places in Jerusalem which
for the last 20 years were out of
bounds to all Jews They hope
to sp. rd about three weeks in
Israel
Mrs Eva Uron, of Maitiand.
t ape Town. South A/nca, is viMt
inn Mr- Sara Harris, of 1200
Ocean :>r Mrs Bfron i-
the wife of Rabbi S Bfron, of
Man;. She was very im
pressed with the tie* of the
.! I palm trees
which -he can ice from Mrs
Ham- window Mr- I-I
plai t< visit her ion I>r (itT-hnm
kchdyixil
\eu York D
i- a i it Einstein Hoi
She also to i isil Expo
87, and from there she will travel

h >ma

There Were '12 candles on the
decorated cake at the anni-
sry celebration of Mike and
Dottie Brumer and Richard and
Bet Fuller 15 belonging to one
couple and 17 to the other .
Kach year for the past four years,
the Brumers and Fullers have
celebrated their wedding anni-
versaries together This time,
the Brumers. marking 15 years
of marriage, were hosts for cock-
tails at their Miami Beach home
i h i in,, i ... .. -. .
were the honored guests Next
t/C ir, the Brumers will journev to
.south Did* for the celebration,
and the Fullers will be the hosts

Belle and Joe Castaways) Hart
are planning a leisurely motor
trip to California, with stop offs
at various points in Nevada, start
ing late this month They'll be
away until about Aug. 1 The
Harts have been regular summer
travelers to F.urope and the
Orient

A large and delighted audience
was present at the Everglades
Hotel Roof on Sunday evening,
when Mrs David A. Hess (Carolyn)
presented her piano students in
recital Among the beaming
parents in the audience were
Miami CoramisHoeifr frwin Chris-
tie and his wife, Joyce, whose
daughters. Donna and Lisa, per
formed And Mr. and Mrs
Morns (iateman. whose daughter.
Roberta, also played Also en-
thusiastically applauding were
Dane Wills, band director of
Miami Killian Senior High School,
and his wife and Mrs Dorothy
I-li. II. principal of Piueuest Fie
mentary Set
Mrs. Farr -JewisHi Floridian
At Nat'l.
Confab
Friday. June 23, 1967
Paqe 5-B
Mrs Aaron Farr recently re-
turned from New York City where
the attended for the fir-t time as
a national vice president the na-
tional executive committee meet
ing of the National Council of
Jewish Women.
During the week-long meeting,
-he joined with many other worn
en from the United States to go to
Washington. DC for the solidarity
meeting on June 7 in response to
the Israel emergency.
Among business conducted at
the national executive committee
meeting in New York was the sign-
ing of the petition of the Status of
Women under Jewish Law.
This was a follow up to the lig
natory of the triennial convention
in London a year ago where repre-
sentatives of major Jewish worn
en's organizations under the lead-
ership of the International Council
of Jewish Women joined together
to alleviate the hardship of women
bound to the ancient Jewish laws
(Halacha) affecting divorce (get),
widowhood (chalitsa). polygamy,
and inheritance

xGo-Go' Dance
Set Saturday
Young Sophisticates of the YM
and YWHA of Greater Miami will
hold a festive "Go-Go" dance on
Saturday. 8:30 p.m., in the main
ballroom of the Y at 8500 SW
8th St
Cookie Janosi is chairman, oth
era on the committee are Ileen
Goldblatt, Barbara Bernstein, Eric
Malkin. liarrv Sherhal and Shelly
Weiss
Sanka Coffee tastes as good as
or better than your usual coffee
And it's 97'; calfcin tree.
So. drink it. enjoy itin $006 health
It's 100% real coffee, toa
Only the caffein has been removed
And calTcin adds DO flavor to any cup of coffee
Comes instant and ground.
Another fine product of General Foods.
CERTIFIED KOSHER-PAR\ E
Mrs. Jean C. Lehman (left), campaiqn chairman of the Women's
Division for the 1967 Combined Jewish Appeal, and Mrs. Irv-
ing Lehrman (center), president of the Federation of Jewish
Women, spend a few moments chatting with Mrs. Golda Meir
(right), former Foreign Minister of Israel, at an Israel Emer-
gency Fund tea held at the Fontainebleau Hotel here last
week. Mrs. Meir was in Miami to address several large gather-
ings on behalf of the Israel Emergency Fund.


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+MisHkrrti nr
Friday June 23. 1%7
ijriJcs and \~4room* *3aw l/ow* ana JDcpart on < V
oon^
Kahsh-Agress
V -. > K PfN r
slack cereroor
Ellen Anr \
I ark Da\ id Kalisb ia n
'." at Ten
rea
Tftt nnde i> 'he dauchter of Mrs
a*: Altxrt Aajaaai CM SI
e The room > parents
Mr Ma Leonard J Ka
>U ti^th Ter
For tkt i the bride
- .....M pink peau de MM
uith an ovir.
owed* fad imported silk urs-anra
.tnd expire *a.>t Her blush pink
Id b\ a c.iclet of or..
bJo** n -
Mai r a>
\ii>- Frwm Mr- Raj
tnd Pear inl of the \
va Mr
Bridesmaids were < Muae*
S -a- vaub Wichita Kan Andrea
la Robert
V- > .-.a He*
- and s the
K
Mia
s
s
i s
-ram pi
-
Kappa l'>
patio ..: edi;i-:...-. bonoran
Tar piuum
>need to Alpha
-ad ua> e;
d ; Ttolane PmhcHrnir iour.
H
I "
\ -r .
i pit-
the
N'l -i!le
Lahman-Orubin
Westv*
lisa
Jet
Edward Lai S a). June
In Learman otiu-iau-d
* tl aaoi
The bod* :< the daughter of Mr
i Dm bin ol Mapleuood
NJ and Mn >jm Dona*r ot
Mian Beach
The groom" parent are Mr
HafT) Lahman of Atlanta
Maid o vaa Mid Per.ay
Dnibir Harry Lakaaaa acted
a* be*! nan
V *1\ v un' to
I inmat) j' Miami where she
*.. >r ot Delta Phi Epsilgr.
Sana
The j^oom grariMted frorr Tu
ru\er:t\ where he i> a
K^ppa
t agrary, \ ic< president I
o* tl enter nade the
t I became listed
hm' W.k> ia Aanoncaa I
H' a- al*e pnaiakiit
Vipha M : Pratei
H u current!> a medical student
a' *' i ot Georgia

a V -:v... l \fter
a IWfyawB n Je* land tne

aurs. *uff( Ai sh
v.. -
*WS JfffOMf LAMM Alt

r
W Mil r K
aits. aoMAio lowrwraai
t
couple will live at 2C8 Henry St
Augusta 6a
c
lowenthai-Boren
M.ss Judith Sue Boren became
the br.de of Kocaid L>u,athal or
Sunda> June 18 at Temple N'er
Tamid
iah*M Harold Rlcftter officiated
at the 5 o'clock e"
The bride b the daughU r of Mrs
r. Bon' 1MB Ka*t Dr
North Bay ViUa*:e and the late
Mr. >-l Bor*r. The .room I
ROB Bernard Lrecthai
7513 \ B-v \..
Keartj *ec! Mrs hal era
V:-mi Beach
School atterded the I r.-. er>n> <-
KU>iMta aod grac root the
aurs. aiaitr a*oc4i
da CoUege o( Medical Tech
Doaafr.
tctided Miami Daue Junior CoUefe
Keiepti'in followed the cerea
in thf jjroom > home Alb r -
honeymoon ti;p to Naaaau. the
.>nple will liv m Miami
Mokal-Graham
Cynthia Kllen (iraham and I>r
Alttert J M named I
da> Jiirir lt; ir. the Penth<
Suite of the Fontalnebtaaa H
The briile i- tin- daughter of Mn
Anne Roannbuj OS North 9
Dr Miami Beach and the late
Murr\ Qraaaaaan She u a aattn
lx>rn Miamian graduated ir
t'oral (..abk- Hi-h .school and re-
ceded her Bachelor of Edncat
detret- from the Ir of
Miami sh< aatl) teacning at
Air Ba-e Etaaaantarj Sell v
a member of Gfouna Sigma S -
honma'v aai orit)
Th
: wfaiti
ml porl
square
'
-

Mi I
K
t a M
Baal nun as A
Pennsylvania
The br:
Albert \ MokaJ i Ma
Pa He rcceitvd h.- .or % de
I fno La Sali* Cottege. Phi
ladelph.4 -; aded -'
at the re
teivad i..- MI) decree from
I of M .V hool of V
While .: *~
a membtT .ppa Kappa
nv.norar>
a* ; lasa and
He conij
ladelphia General
: he ^>
in ihr i > \ y ree -.
to >ear> He w praaeMb on the
beal ~'-.: -.".e Univemt)
Florida
After a Jamaica hone> moon the
couple will live in Jack*on\ill
where the groom will i-uiot
private practice ir. Arlington

Kantor-Mollov
lion Barbara Mollov. daughter
of Mr and Mr> Solomon Mollov
The groom graduated from 535 NE 180th g becam<. ^ bn(ie
Miami Beach Higk School and at of Chart*-* Kantor *on of Mr tad
UttS (HAMS 4M0#
ion v
SI
p m IV'
....
and cam
white orcJu -
via Miai 1 >nr
..ov Budesmaids were Mi"
her Llaine Gordon aad
The the be*
ian and usher* included Stephrr.
>e The bnde graduated frtHr S
Miami Htajk and the I'mversitT of
Miami whe:. the received a BS
1 V I V -v^<1 j.
i.-mma Sigaij rsi^r: a
e I :en"
iaaecaiti W -i,.- itaalarta
Motrier Board.
*- aii affd atad UpiM
j Kappa ^r.u Tr
. aonorory She was sem
"i ear for 196? and
. il She it kated
I' among Xuder.ts in
Confiowcd # f oitr>nf Pa
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Friday June 23. 1967
*J Paoe 7-3


Continued from Preceding Pag*
tmerican Collei ea and Universi-
lies
The groom gi aduated from North
Miami HikIi and the I niversitj
Miami. He is present!) in his junior
ear at Hie U of M Law School He
rved a* president of Alpha Phi
omega, national service fraternity
vice president ol l'i Sima Alpha.
ituiit icai science hananrj. i*hi
Delta Phi, letfal frateinit>: liar and
Gavel and student Bar Association.
Reception followed the wadding
..i Batta Torah. The couple will live
in Miami.

Imanuel-Peretz
Mr. and lira Howard Michael
Imanuel will live at 2825 Sheridan
V. c Miami Beach, after they i.
tin n Irom their honeymoon in
Jamaica.
I he grOOtn and hi- bride the
former Suaan Jo) Pereti exchang-
ed wedding rowi before Dr Irving
I^-hrman at the Algiers Hotel on
Sunday June 18. in t> p.m rites
The hnde is the daughter of Mr
and Mr- Charles Pereti 1600 Bay
Kd Thv groom'i paroats are the
David Imanuela, of Spring Valley,
N Y
Matron of honor for the occasion
a.is .loan (travel, the former Miss
.loan Pent/ Judl Cohen and Judi
Lctvin acted as bridesmaids
Paul imanuel wa- besl man. and
usbera included Sanford Ruben
stein ai I Marshall (irabel
The bride went to the University
of Miami, where -hr belonged to
Delta Phi Epsilon Sorority, was an
lnterfraternit> Council host) at !
secretary ot the Junior Panhellenic
< ouncil She is presentlj employed
.is legal aecn tan
The groom graduated from Penn
tylvania state Cmversity. where he
wa a mamhar ol Phi Sigma Delta
Fraternity and Upha Delta Sig
ma. proaassrional advertising fra
ternit) lie received his Masti
im the City College of
New Vorlt
A reception fbl
ng a' the Algiers

Edelstein-Perez
\n evening wa tiding at Temple
\t i Tamid on Sunda; I tine ih
led in marriage Paula da
i i i.i Mi and Mi Robi rl Pi
'7 s\s Mth end M n Wa
> Istein
KdMm Morton Ma ..--
bride,
i.(pi.- Beth Sholom in Holl>w
i.i' | it the MJ| V dinner
and
i in ih.
n Ja
e w ill li\- n M

iwn f silk I
,
w..s entin
\ shaped ica
|< c\. B
i m ide inset band <>t
-ilk fal i""''1
-ilk sknt I M rhe
. ] .>( voluminous
folds of or anza whieh fell from
below 'he Ua>k waist to i ath
ith
^fjrides ana ^jrcoms C^xc/tanae L/ows
W.i
*t*S. HOWARD IHANUll
Attending the bride were liar
rut Perex, the bride'a sister, who
aarved as maid ol honor; Penny
Masters Suianne Geller, Annie
and Janie Levine, Gladys and
from Malavsky bridesmaids, and
\ \e\iiir. flower girl
bridegroom, son of Mr and
Mrs Arthur Edelstein, Bo.'io Crespi
Hlvd had Michael Knopke aa best
man Ushers included Harold Grass
i ,.n! Berg, Steven DeKosk)
llarvej Trautenberg, Steven l*\
ender Colman Perez, brother of
the bi. k and i: maid Kirsner, ring
' i"
The new Mrs V
M iami Dane Junior i laool
Nursing Her bridegi idu
ti I from Miar Junior i ol
and is presently in
Mf $. ALAN tDlLSUIN
accounting at the University of
Miami.
Among out-of-town guests were
the groom s grandmothers, Mrs.
Beatrice Schwartz, of Arizona, and
Mrs Kuth Gorenstein <>! New
Jersej

Kaplan-Rubin
Gail Ellen Rubin was married to
Richard Joseph Kaplan at Temple
Judea on Sunday June 18. in 2 30
O'clock rit' s
The bride is tin- daughter ol Mrs
1 i ird Gold, "i 4110 \II ambra
Circle, Coral Gables, and Senior
Master Sergeant Marvin S Rubin,
.1 sai. Hit.' Beach, Fla
The groom ;- the son Mrs
Ella Kaplan and the late Mr Louis
MKS. RICHARD KAPLAN
Kaplan of .l~<>9 SW 27th In
Miami
She is the gmndaughter oi
pioneer Miamiaiis. Abe Huhin Ol
Miami Beach, and the late Mis
Vnna Rubin, and >f the late Harry
and Amur Sternberg, formerl) ol
Dublin, Ireland, and Manchestei
England
\:-. r a wedding trip to Jamah a
the couple will live here in Miami
Thi former Misa Rubin gradual
id from Miami Senioi Huh and
the Miami \ a lamy of Beauty
Culture She is a licensed beauti
and beloni inior Hades
sah
The i graduated
S< ioi Hi I) and hai i
lams Bu> ness s. \...... ii,- will
attend the L'nivi Ij >l M aiai He
\n
The bri
ei w.i .i.,i
>! honoi i Mrs.
Jack Zisi an wa> n lonor.
i -
cousin, was bridesmaid The
grooi Miss Rob Z an.
w as junior bridesntai I
Besl man u.i- Robert Lipov -k^
Ushers included Jack Zisman and
Ronald Arenaon,
The bride u as given in n
bj l eonard Gold prominent in-
surant. '\. cutive here
Salmon Hoder
Rahhi Sherwin Btauber, of Voua
Israel officiated at the wedding of
Mrs Marilyn Hoder and Mr Mi-
chael Salmon on Saturday, June l~,
in the David w Uliams Hotel
The bride oi 999 NE 167th St .
North Miami Beach, wore .. i eneh
brocade -.Ik in pale tones of lav-
ender and aqua, and carried lav-
t nder iosea
The groom, of 9040 Nl Btl K\( .
Miami Shop s is a formei n unk
pal judge ol North \i Iami l'.< ach
The bride is a i. cent gi luate
of Flui i.i.. Atlantn t nivci C<
lege of Education She \t
Southi astern Regiui vici pr< dent
ol worn." tine tan I >i: i
Mati on ol honor was Mrs Donna
Steinmetz. It a Stein mi i
besl man
Dinner followed the wedd
the Rendezvous Room The i tuple
ar, touring Mi \u'i on I
moon
Camner-Casper
Mi-- tune Shari asp hi
cr ot Mi and Mrs >. > niotii
per ol Dumont \ J
ried on June 23 to Ufred
Camner son "f Mrs Henry Sa
low a>. 1405 Countrj I lub Prad .
I 'oral Gal nd the lat. Mi 'i win
Camner
RaW i \ thin Hi rtzbei aa I
Cant t Silvei in n
at th< i mony in Temph
I ...... "i t N .' A I., "lion
amm> ounl
'. \ .1
The in I. ore i
Connr ued on fage 10-B
SIMCHAS
There
It is indeed a joyous evert v,hen
young sabras celebrate the birth of
their nation. Here a group of
tnem perform a folk dance, during
Independence Day ceremonies
at kibbutz Gezer about 5 miles
w south ol Lod
and hereYuban makes a Simcha!
co'fc* of
Gtneil '>
Yuban's flavor is so rich and rare that
every cup is a happy occasion in itself.
No other coffee can give your family and friends
the matchless pleasure of Yuban
The Simcha coffee
, Rabbi Bernard Levy
MS. MKHAtl SALMAN
I


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*JMf#>/lr#**Ka*7
Friday. hmo 23. 1967
Half the world is Hungry
~~\
Your help goes where
hunger is
Will you help, for today and
UNLESS WE HELP THE HUNGRY feed and support rhemse'ves, their need can never end |
It also uses food to help educate children, to nourish preschooi youngs*e-s to full :-
schools, roads, water systems. It adds self-help seeds and farm tools, trade tools K- <
doctors and nurses to heal the sick and tram medical personnel. In ail these wayG
those lives worth living. Mail your check.
$1 delivers a big
food package in
your name
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$10 gives a child
school lunches
for a year
$100 sends more
than a ton of food
to the hungry
CARf reeerf$ where
your help wn seirf .
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goes where
hunger is
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ichon materials, school supplies. It sends
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4 ozs Coffee
I lb., 8 ou Chocolate
1 lb Cocoa
8 OU. Soup Mix
1 lb 4 07s Pineapple
: lb 4 07s Peaches
11 P7s Homy
1 lb Dried Fruit
Can be ordered for designated 'eat es
and ends, or for those who need a
ma (deliveries will gc *o rallies
'eco"-"-ended by the Israel Ministry of
ISRAEL FAMILY FROZEN
FOOD PACKAGE $16.00
2 lbs 4 07s Frozen I.iver
2 ihs 4 ota Frozen Ton cue
4 lbs 8 <>/s Frozen Sliced Re f
i ots Instant Coffee
2 lbs Chocolate
: lb Cocoa
I oca Soup Mi\
3 lbs Rice
I lb 4 07 Pineapple
3 lbs Dried Fruit
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2 lb> 4 7s Frozen Liver
2 !h- 4 OZS Fro/en Tongue
2 oza Instant Coffee
1 lb 8 OZ. Chocolate
1 lb Cocoa
B oza Soup Mix
2 lb- Rice
1 lb 4 07 Pineapple
2 lbs Dried Fruit
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4."i oca Beef in Natural Juices
20 o/s Canned Salami
15 07s. Veal in Natural Juices
18 DM Paprika.-h
10 oza Frankfurters
;4 OZS Rice
24 oza Table Suear
2 07s Instant Coffee
32 07s Chocolate
16 o/s Cocoa
20 oza Pineapple
;s Figs
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80PCS, Veal in Natural Juices
20 07S Frankfurters
30 ozs Tongue
30 o/s Meatballs
40 ozs Salami
20 o/s Chocolate
16 ozs Cocoa
4 ozs Coffee
!S Pineapple
s Shi lied Walnuts
t4 ozs Assorted Dned Fruits
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151 S.E 1st Street, Miami
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21st I Collins Ave., Miami Beach
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>.pYtff tkrHinr
Frdoy Jur.
rAffA
WOMAN OF THE WEEK
Yalta Dernier "ill now haw a new name She no doubt
will Ik- called "Mn Mayor." because her husband. Jay.
is the new Miami Beach mayor She starts on a new phase
of her life that promises to be both interesting and excitm:,
but then, her whole life has been like a story book Her
father. Joseph Kosonthal. came
from Germany and her mother.
Hivka. from Russia to meet in Is-
rael in 1932 The\ fell in lo\e.
were married and settled in Ge-
dera. the oldest settlement in iv
r.i 1 as I'halutzim
When she was 15. Yaffa was
an officer in a volunteer youth
military group called the Gadna.
She went to a regular military
camp for three months, then re
turned to her high school to teach
her frcboohnatefl basic training. In
I960. Yalfa s brother came to
America to collect M inheritance
which was to provide him with his
education Three yean later, the
family joined him
Yaffa went to the I imersin of Miami Then her
brother, who \>a- teaching in Albany, wanted to Study medi
cine; so Yaffa went to Albany. Stayed there four years.
keepil g house fcM him and also taking over his job of
1 m.. Hebrew Her brother is now a doctor in Boston
While there. Yaffa went to State Teachers College She has
I huge capacity for learning and is always eager to acquire
new knowledge She has a ti achcr > lueiw from the Bureau
of Jewish Education, as well as one in accounting from the
University of Miami
Like mother, like daughterwhen Yaffa'l mother and
and father met in Israel, they were married six weeks
iater Yaffa met Jay in Miami Beachand lis weeks later
they wen married The) have been married six years and
have one ion Da*. I One of Jay's most important cam-
n pictures is so typical of their life It shows Yaffa
I between them, then fans alight
with pride, jo> and the new spira that Jay expects u> bring
h Council
Even yi ii old taking up so much Of her
\ to many oi including
! w imi Ii\ ision of the Aj i
: .v as one Of lindei s and
uhi Gu [stream < 'hapter of ^
Yafl and sparkling ey< expri her
: her gi aphtc words she dot sn't paint,
sew i imics She does like to ' an old-fashioned hausfrau
SI, h thi > did a
ning in the past, she knows that
and n presents
aki
that Yaffa has evet i cted
She the \-
Havi iki hei hoice betweei sittin in the campaign
hones and writing letters or making
ian on the streel Yaffa chose meeting
i le Bh i roll well that
hat her husband i-
-he is looking forward to being "First Lad. of
with enthusiasm Her calm uracious manner
. have alread) endeared her to the pe
Cardiac Chapter Installs Officers
Jjriaes ana C^rooms Oxc/ian^c Vows ^
Continued from Page 7-B
pointy white guipure lace on
list net with a high J*'l '"
and cap saSCTITS and a chapel train
Of English net A matching cap
held her lonu veil in place covered
with guipure lace She earned a
Kuipure lace fan and phalaenopis
orchids
Miss Kllen Krances < uper, sis
ter of the bride, was maid of honor
Also attending the bride were the
Misses Dona Weinatein, cousin of
the groom, and Susan Harrison,
both from coral Gables; the Miaees
llene Hiaiger and Steffi Lieberman.
both from New Jersey, and Ida
Brandwayn. Bogota. Colombia Miss
Janet SalUman. cousin of the bride.
Little Neck. LI. was the flower
girl.
The bridegroom's brother James
Joseph Camncr. was best man
Ushers were Leslie Gross, of Miami.
Richard Schuster, of Philadelphia,
lormeilv of Coral Gables; Paul Sil-
bert. of New Jersey, and M Seth
Carlin. Paris. France
The bride, who graduated as
valedictorian from Dumont High
School in 1964. is currently study-
ing government at the College of
Arts and Sciences of Cornell Unl
venity She was treasurer of Alpha
Epsilon Phi Sorority and director
of Freshman Orientation She
Muddied languages at Colbj Col
lege, Watenille. Ma. during the
summer
Mr Camner graduated
Coral Gables Senior High School
in 1962 He is past president of the
South Florida Council of the K'nai
i; nth Y i.iw. Organization In 1966,
he received a Bachelor of Science
in economics from the Wharton
School of Finance and Commerce
at the University Of Pennsylvania
He served as an editor and editO
rial board member of The Daily
Pennsylvanian. the school news
r, mi mber of Alpha Kappa
psi. business fraternity, and was
member of the student government
assembly
ll) he is studying law at
Cornell and is a member <>f the
Woodrow Wilson Chapter of Phi
Alpha Delta, law fraternity
After ;i honi j moon trip to Eu-
ouple will tein;
live in Ithai i
Copenhagen-Sturman
Misi Sturm; n \*
le oi Ri in 30
o clock rites on S
Hospital
Dr I
Uei tui
$2,000 .Hi
i ei aa| u eek in thi v port Inn
Ii Mrs Harrj
Ri cl son Installed : i Hai
old Hi dman i Mrs
William I oi vice president
waj Mis i.'i).,
Pronstin scom president,
ways and means Mrs Mai Reiael
vice president, donor. Mrs Terr)
Lev) first vice president, journal.
Mrs \nihon\ Tucci, second vice
journal. Mrs I.
ice president
hip
Mrs Mart] Kapchuk, treasurer;
Mrs Jaek Gallant, financial sec
Mis hai lea Lipkins, so< ial
secretary; Mrs Mary Hark, re-
cording s.-cieiary. and Mrs p
Fern chaplain
Beth Raphael Games Party
Sisterhood and Men's club of
Temple Beth Raphael will hold a
gaanei parly on Sunday. 7 p.m
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Maid of honor foi her sister wa
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Joel openhagen best
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wit/. Ri< hard Hoffn and Mori
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The bride chose a whil
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The couple exchangid 3 k
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The brule u the daughter
and Mrs Reuben Hanki 64
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HidcY. June 23. 1967
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Page 1'. 3
^l^riacs and K^jrootns (^xclianac Uows
he Hollywood
Beach Hotel
-.is the tetting la>t weekend
f Department of Florida
j,vi -h War Veterans of the
,i v \ annual convention The
>- -nandi Banquet waj pn
by a rockt.nl part) on Sot-
evening Honored not oui
, ommander, Irving m
m in whose if< chose ..
. ibbon the
Dai Ih is in a wl
iH skimmer gown with 'i i
\ in i-ki. ( lei ailed with
i k bej motif id white
\ tleevi
iik
rr b) Mrs ti
\i Ralph Popkin w
..... -t r 11 kn.'

.,, bi Mr*
- whiu
pmpii < waistline
eweled bod

NILE GREEN ehillon sh<
ih pannien in back was
Mrs lly Moms Mis Ann.,
choe m ovix-ii neck, tur
a* ad ih i \ eless (hi
gold combined in the
length ensemble
by Mrs Uadur haip Hi i
i blouse a as topped a ah
illored jacket Mrs I
WOW a mint itrcen "ilk
i ath with a scoop* d
.iir Mrs Ma Handler I ||
laic sheath wu trim mot
Aoi l itin at tin
Whitt- piQUC with matchin
i oat was worn by Mrs
.n launi>.
HaurtCC Weinman .
. blue eolor and com
- brocade and lace as her
- c choice Her dOMB had the
. rolled cowl neckline Mrv

William Adclman's silver brocade
gown featured the hijjh jew.-l
neckline and > matching jacket
Coral and gold brocade combined
in the gown and matching stol
worn h> Mrs Bi rtha Cooper man
Mis sail) Lev) s BoU brocade
gown had a draped neckline
bach pannien
|^|RS MERMAN S
pink .is her color foi
Uvi ihi in kho k
iHiik chiffon u ith horu mtal
' >:n itab I
I ii.- A i Kili.i i \
Mrs Arthui I < host a I t

nbroiden
pearb Mi 1 anny VNebci i

i Hi- i ml
ral motil
wid' i a\ tai bea led d
Mrs Beat I libbei n adi
.i I
I be broi ade laj i three
qua. th coat over an in
oiMi iii beaded bodii i
Mrs Revs Brown chose a lion
e> beige reembroidrred rhantilly
..I. ri'is,moil Her blouse -i-
chiffon and skirt and long aV
i..i kel were in the la. < I h
,ii.. i biff on was over a sh
ouettc in turquoise, and
:. L> Mr> J-tk lici'iiiaii Mrs
S man Letine i apricot silk
pa sheath had a lace yoke
chiflon panniers in back which
i roaaod bofora lloal n the
hemline
An ue mnk chaOtlll) la. i
and matching COOl was Hi. choice
oi Mra Mil had Match-
ing colon d .satin trimmeii both
the dress and tu-t Mi- George,
Valentine's white brocade &heath
had modiiirti bateau neckline
and was worn with a matching
coat.
roward Pianist Wins Scholarship
i
e:
Kothfarb. 17 year old piauist
mpowr, has been awarded a
ship for four years t>> bt
school of Music for $1 500
Jarb graduate* this year
Ilroward Hijh ScihjoI with
r- uor.s and a a member of
..i Honor Society As a
he wa.s presented this
:n recital by the Musicians
1 oral (tables
Tiposcr pianist, he has par
,i actively in TV shows. Ko
sisterhood charities, as
in many hiijh school pro
s He was ItCeOltj awarded
, og is ropreaentativc
! Hij;h School in the
corapetMsea sponsored
.i Slate S e c o n >i .. i )
vfsrb plans to take his tie
nan both in piano and
-ition He also plays clan
s piano studies have bei n
rjjinia I'rhan. of Coral Ga
bins His theory and composition
rare with Kdward Parsons, of
Broward High School. He is the
son ol Mr. ami Man. Samuel Roth
farb. of Hollywood. Ha.
Miamian Receives
Captain's Rank
Howard M Rosenberg, son of
Mr ami Mis Charles l. Rosen
ber. ol 5800 SW lth St was re
cently promoted to rank Ol captain
His present assignment is branch
chief and budget officer for Intel
ligencc activities Cap! Rosenber
and his wife axe presently station
ad in Heidi Iberi I iermanj
Roaenberg received his
commission upon graduation from
the University ol Miami in 1962
He wei also the recipient ol th*
Silver Saber awarded bj tin DAR
"lor outstanding performance ui
I he ROTI
Continued from Preceding Page
demee from the University of
.Miami and a special speech degrei
from Northwestern Cn.veisity 11,
belonged to Orange Key, Tau Kappa
Alpha .mil Alpha Sigma Epsilon,
si ademic honorai ies He was on
the Dean Council
lie is currently associated with
Harold Abbvtl and AsOC in estate
insurance planniag
Reception followed the ceremonj
;ii Hie Saxoi )
Pease-Braterman
Miss Ellen Frances Braterman
i.e Ml Louis EdWin Teas,, in
j m o clock ceremonies on Sunday.
June ih at Beth 'I'mah i onftrega
tion, with Dr Max Lipscbltz ol
liciating
The bride is the daughtei oi Mr.
and Alls Martin Braterman, of
. ,iij.i ..i. 8 h II. North Miami
Bi ii h i hi j oom s parents are
Mi and Mrs Everett ". Peaai ol
144 I \ i Miami Springs
Maid ii hom i (oi her sistei
In Linda K Braterman 1
m idi 5 co :-.n Mrs Burton Taj lor,
was ,ii honor Laurel A
ii man Ihei itei <>i the
was bridesmaid; Robyn
Geyer. I ,i.i> How i
ild I sse ,n led .i best
i ihers were Van
i. cousin
Lawrence Braterman, cousin
of the bride
N'ewlywed Mr- I'easi graduated
from Miami Norland Senior High
and received her AB degree from
the i niversit) ol Florida she
attended Harry College Graduate
School and will continue toward a
Master's degrei Florida State
I'atversit)
The groom graduated from Ilia
le.ih Senior High and received his
\i; degn e from Duke Univet lit)
where he was elected to Phi Beta
Kappa At Johns Hopkins, he n
ceived his Master's degree and is
working on PhD degree kn history
at FSU, where he is a member of
Phi Alpha Iheta
Reception and dinner foil
the ceremony at Beth Torati The
couple will live at Florida state
University in Tallahassee

Kaplan-Kindler
Miss Faith Kindlcr became the
bride of Konald David Kaplan on
Sunday. June 11. at 7 31) p.m., in
Tergple Beth Am Rabbi Herbert
Bauingard conducted 'he ceremony.
The bride is the daughter oi Dr
and Mrs Daniel Kindlcr. of 6826
Sunrise Dr Coral Gablee. The
bridegroom is the son of Mr and
Mrs Button Kaplan. Charleston.
S I
(liven in marriage by her father.
the bride wore a gown of ivory
peau de soie with lace appliques
and a chapel-length train She car-
Cheryl Rubinstein oi Asheville,
N i
Flower girls were Sheryl Horo-
witz, of < bicago, ill. couain of the
bridegroom and Beth Kindler. oi
i .i-i Orange, NJ cousin oi the
bride.
Robert Kaplan, of Charle
was bit brother'! **! man Ushers
were Donald Schwartz, ol Atlanta.
Ga; Marvin Cohen, ol Charleston.
Arthur Horowitz and Burton HOTO
wit/, of Chicago: Harvej Shaw.
Martin French and Leslie Roth, of
Miami; and Seth Kindler. brother
of the bride
Family and out-of-town guests
Were entertained at a reheat
dinner Saturday night given by the
parents of the bridegroom at the
Deauville Hotel
Mr and Mi > Kindler were |
at a reception and dinner dance
immediately following the wed
din', hi. n.
Mr Kaplan is .i of
il in Charlc

MKS. LOUIiPlASt
I'.i.. .\i i-
MJtS. RONALD KAPLAN
rud a bouquet of ivory roses
Miss Debi Kindler was her sis
ter s maid of honor. Matron of honor
was Mrs. Martin French, cousin of
the bride, and Miss 1-aura Kindler.
the brides rioter, was maid of
honor. Other attendants were Miat
Linda Slote of Miami and Miss
Portei Gaud
and a senioi al the i niversity r'
North Carolina in Chapel Hill, n '
He is a phil
membei oil Phi Beta Kap
Mrs ki Ie of Cora
Gabh s, :, !;
a ioi at l M< .when i in
the ca
scieni e
\ I i I W '
the COUple Will el
as Peace Corps traine
Vista A ", In Sep
timber thev will return to ( h.
Hill
Sedlick-Tyndell
Temple Beth Israel .J, Aberdeen.
Wash was the setting for the nup
tials uniting Chary' Tyndoll and
Earl Sedlick on Saturday, tune IT
Following the ceremonj a recep
ion tor some 500 .lies'- was held
at the Elks Temple m Raymond
Wash
Daughter Ol Mr and Mrs Kober*
H Tyndell ol Raymond, the bride
.- graduating with honors, with a
BS degree in nursing from the
Uanversitj oi Washington
The bridegroom is the son ol Mr
and Mrs. Nat Seldick ol Miami
\i outstanding scholai and varsity
football player when he attended
Miami High, be was the recipient
of a Silver Knight aw aid for sport
manship in V.HJV
He attended Renssellaer Polj
technlc Institute on a scholarship.
and graduated in if** as a science
engineer He served as president
of the Student Union among many
other extra-curricular activities
He then took a position as com
puter engineer with Boeing in Seat
tie, but resigned last year when he
was accepted as a candidate for a
Master's degree at the Harvard
graduate Business School.
Me roOjeived a Scott Paper Co.
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> i-+i Frday fun
. ^/^rboiit f- cop/c ami / Lice? .
OH WHAT A BEAJTIFOL EVCNI.4G
In the
1j\ fid*.
.;: V Thi'%
I
M.ir-ha and I and
Stev had been man met with
their par'ni> preseni and th;- was their third
third \ ike It
'.< Marilyn and hu^>and Howard Freidin came in
from Gainesville for the partv Man :ffon
dres concealed the fact that the Gidneys wil be
grandparents in the fall The lights of Miami
across the waterway looked like a giant bracelet
of jewels The hurricane lamps on the small
tabk-N wen surrounded b> flowersin fact, the
whole hous,. was a bower of flowers Amoni; the
guest.s were Mr and Mrs Frank Kanr.n. Mr and
Mrs Dick Ridley Mr and Mn Bernard Shenk
man. Mr and Bin John Serbin. Mr and Mr-
H.rnard A Fuller. Mr and Mrs Abe Sch.onfeld.
Mrs I.ill Blasherg. Mr and Mr- .lack Young,
Mr and Mr- [rvinc Kimnul and Judge and Mr-
Donald Barmack The Sandford Kramers were
dancint their feet off Sylvia's white 'rather- on
the bottom of her dress were twirling round and
round They stopped to talk to Mr and Mr-
Manuel Luck and I)r and Mrs Lewi- C.lueckaul.
who were congratulating Henry and Dotty Morris
on the marriage of their daughter. Bonni. a few
davs before Mama Betty. Mildred's mother.
Betty Finegold. and the elder Cidneys were get
ting a big kick out of the music
YES NO
YES NO
They finally made up their minds after a
week of indecision Elsie Schwab* and Florence
Keisch. who have taken at least eight su.nmer
vacations together, are off to the Land of the
t Sui
S I
! up in Pal l!
' i
I the sa
DINNERS HERE, DINNERS THERE
Bai !..ra and 1 at a
: in the \ille de Eti R m of the
Sea Coasl Easl T!.. evening passed quickly in
. ing Barbara w a- ju.-tly pleased
herself She arranged the card gamed 10 will
Arao.'ij gUfCtl uen- Mr and Mrs Milton Smith.
Mr and Mrs Henr\ (iewitz. Mr. and Mrs. Nor
man Stamler. Mr and Mr- Norman Holland. Mr
and Mrs Wolfie Cohen. Mr and Mjrs S T Taylor,
.\ir and Mrs Bert Freedman. Mr and Mr-
Harry Frohman. and Mr and Mrs Jules (ill
. .
Faye (Mrs Jack' Ablin 1- mighty proud of her
grandson. Howard, who beside- winning the Amer-
ican legion Award for outstanding citizenship
and scholarship at his school Sunset Elementary
was also confirmed So along with hi- parents.
the Michael Scheros. Jody and Michael, lhe> all
had a gala dinner at Westview Countiv Club in
celebration.

JUNE SHOWERS
Not all of the June shower- are rainy ones
Barbara Newman had a kitchen shower at her
home in honor of Ellen, daughter of Mr and
Mrs David Catsman. who is marrying Philip, son
ot Mr and Mr> Alex Freidin. on July 1 The
guests all brought along a favorite recipe which
Barbara immediately filed in a recipe box It was
an intimate group that gathered around the pink
and white luncheon table Among guests were
Ellen's sister. Julie. Myrle Freidin. Mrs Harold
Rand. Miaa Laurie Mandel. Miss Susan Able and
Miss Bonnie Lubin.
Fnnc Lthmin
Workmen's Circle
Meets Emergency

Max G
hen "t i Rrgaiiiiatio
local!) will be i 01 I
He
urge! tha" members do DOl wail
f r this contact but tend their con
tributiun to either the Workmei -
Circle office, WO Lincoln Rd Mi
ami Beach, or the Lyceums 25
Washington Ave.. Miami Beach
and 1545 SW 3rd St Miami "
Workmen's Circle Branch 1008
held a meeting on Saturda> at 8
p m at the Washington Federal
Auditorium. 113.1 Normand> Dr
Workmen's Circle Branch 8H
met on Sunday. 7 p DO at 25 Wash
ington Ave
Tribute was paid to Isidor Cohen.
who recentlj reigned a- cone
nding secretary, for hi- efforts
'chalf of the bl
1
JUNE 22
TO SE-
p-
Occunecj
WITH 2 DELUXE V
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i'. uncommon!of '"'":
Yarativn
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Dietary Law* Strict>y oeHerva;
comiam iahinkai iwurvir >
MASNMACM ON Rtiailfs
On tht Ocean at S7th Street
Miami Beach
C4U UN *4I2!

Mrs. Richter Heads Dread Disease Group
Mr* David Richter. of 5005 Col- ident of the Muscular Dystrophy
lins Ave has been reelected pre*- Association of America This will
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mnl Ceaatatter SvRRrviuaa tar
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CIRJTRALIT AIR CONOITIBRII
roll in rate
call JE 1-0061
be her seventh consecutive year
Chairman of the Dade County
board of the national organization
is Dr John Broward. of Jackson
Memorial Hospital
Mrs Richter was recently award-
ed a citation by Station WFIN
DINING ROOM
m tht
HARBOUR HOUSE SOUTH
ANNOUNCES NEW SUMMER POLICY
DINNERS from $2.75
Special Attention to Private Affehs
AJfyXHEONS^IN^RS^OCKTAI^AfiTI IS
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MIAMI BEACH
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7
\me23. 1967
#''<# fff riHIt ^,r
Page 13 B
xvjju,^ .,./ nttrolu 'i-**; K5"
nued from Paae 11B
school l ..
enthusiasm, ph
-on.il skills iu< h a*
social ad.iptabi-
luasrvness, Integrity and
moral character."
twiag a brief hone> moon.
li w.U
i
i
. -..;. 1 15
yean He an-' his wifi Barry.
and daughter-in-law Bernice Mrs
k attended the wedding
Dianne Selditch Engagement Told
Bi .1 Mrs Nathan Selditch.
041 SW 61t BU South Miami, an
fin. the engagement of their
iphter, Piannr Susan, to Rich
\v. i r..
MISS AMI Sf ID/TCH
v. M iimrrt/Sonof Mr ind Mr
fcard 1 Couen. 2BS North Shorr
> Miami Beach.
h bi idV elect is a graduate of
Gable* Senior Ingh School
graduated with honors from
luvaraijj ot Flonda. receiv-
er Bachelor of Arts degree in
^h She was on the Dean a
and nrvtd on the university
i a'l Judiciary Committee
i- a member of Alpha l-imt>
.. honorary and tarred ai
m

43
'errys Reveal
indra's Troth
and Mrs Loula PeiTJ
\i>! announce tn<
meiit i.l their daugl
Rarvej Stephen v
"P' id be the soi
In Frank Btta, 1884 s\s
*
: ited from the
Of Florida where hi
member ul l'i l.aiui d.i I'm
t> He i- preai ntly a senior
I'niversity >>f Maryland
d i> a men
\,;(..i i un. ga D ntal r ra

.
1-
.
U
ft \
>Z
fianrer has a H degre<
fie University of Maryland
doing graduate work at
n Reserve University and
li UC internship at Ml Sinai
!al of Cleveland
miplr are planning a June.
*eddtng
Petty is the granddaughter
lr Samuel Kocklm. of 17921
th Ct Miami.
ershwin Ladies
stall Officers
[i nrv' Auxiliary of the <
it 1-odjfe. Knights of I'ythi
ilj annual installation and
ii l the lieau Ravage Hotel
s turdaj
...lin; oflioer was QBJIJ Hei
in-tailed the following
KroU, president Shirt) I v
i first vice president. Evelyn
second vict president, Kdtia
tifr^an. third \ire pr1*sident. Sa
' Silver, reeordlnc secretary
Hiy.nan, financial seeret.nv
ce#j F.iler. corresponding sec-
>. Fay Weinstein. treasurer.
< K Affachiner, chairman of
day.
secretar> of Alpha Fpsilon Phi
odal sorority
Her flatlet attended Miami
teach Senior High School and
graduated from the I'niversity of
Florida receiving hi* Bachelor of
Science degree in journalism He
was a member of PI lambda Phi
social fraternity, president of Al-
oha Helta Sitma professional fra
ternity, and is a member of Phi
Helta Phi legal fraernity
Mr Cowen i> present)) attend
inn the I nivenit) of Florida Col
: I aw. from which h< will re
ceive his Doctor of Jurisprudence
degree next June
Bethrcihal Told
By Her Parents
i
N

.
Mrs D
K ,ie Mr Kocl
Hollywood. 1
The bridi el. t i- i
Miami Beach Senior High School
and i~ currently ;. student at Char
ran Williams Busini n i
Mr Koch will graduate from
the Universit) of Florida in Au-
gust He is .-, member of Tan Epsi-
Ion Phi, serving as treasurer in his
senior year
liter their Attg 20 wedding, the
young couple will live in Atlanta
da., where Mr Koch is affiliated
with the (PA firm of Touche Ross
Railev and Smart.
i
MISS SHCtOM MOVfTZ
Elks Launch Library Project
Exalted Ruler Ze\ Kogan i- ini chairman of ti scholarship
tiating a library project for Miami mittee He will w assist! I b) Phi
Beach Elks Lod|
Conference room of the lodge
building i> being converted into a
r> which will be the responsi
bilit) ot I'roi Andre S Hialolenki.
K Contributions of hooks and equip
ment have already been
"but th- needs remain great Ko
j.an declared
Singer to Lead
-ad Campaign
adi rs wil
Cl
lie !' adership >:
i i
Sheffe) presl
'.i ami Dade Count)
ler ol Commerce, revealed
the former south Florida R
i" had accepted !
tment as the chairman of the
mher's Highways and Trans-
portation Committee.
Sirvqer, the District 4 Board
member from 1958 to 1961 under
riov. I eRov Collins' administra-
tion, is credited with securing
more road construction in South
Florida than any representative
froi.v ll,lt c.zz.
His effectiveness in the field <>f
i building was recognized >\
S ate S. nat. on May 15. 1961
v hen it >.r .. ;.i, portion >f
Ir.'i : tatl 99 W in Hade COUI Ij
a the "Singt r I xpressw ay
Sheffey, \ ice i esident i>f S>
Bell Telephi ic 'ompany, ii li
cated Singer's knowledge .i'1'
ab'lit) will greatly enhance I e
ness of 'he i ommitte<
i.iMMrniiM.siMiii:

Bagels...and Good Coffee
No taste in the world satisfies like a bakery fresh
bagel...and a cheering cup of Maxwell House
cotlee. Both are constant, unchanging and match-
U. s in the joy they give-each in its own, a tradi-
tional favorite in Jewish homes.
MAXWELL HOUSE
INSTANT OH REGULAR
ft Always... Good to the last drop!*
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/wsra*'
Maxwell
house
COFFfE
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Paqe 14-B
* Unitt Fhrktinn
Friday June 23 367
Home for the Aged ;. unteei
recognition c. : Home. More than 112 vohu
>nal Council of j- V. d the JHA
Corps provided ov^r 2.01
ler the su]
Home's pr< tal qrcup work)
led 20 arts and a serve I
friendly visitors, iet'ei v shoppers, end escort helpers for
the handicapped patients. The residents' chord qroup e:.
tertamed and handmade ceramic gilts were piesented to
each volunteer for their dedicated service. Volunteers who
attended were Edith Kurtzman. Elzabeth Sp"*ctor, l.enore
Jacobs. Goldye Rn\ib;pck Frances Taffel, Alive Kromz, Sadis
$ar
Jttitzvak
Alan WishnoH
Man Lowell eon of Mr and Mrs
Burton Wishnnff of 211 \'K 173rd
SI will celebrate his Bar MHsvsh
>n Saturday morning, Jane -* at
Beth Torah Congregation
Alan is an eighth grade honor
student at John F Kennedy Junior
High and has maintained Princi-
pal's Honor Roll status for the
entire year He is aN a graduate
of the Beth Torah Harold Wolk
Religious School.
A dinner dance will be held in
Alan's honor on Saturday evening
at the Eden Roc Hotel (Hit of town
guests will include many relatives
from Philadelphia. Pa and Wil
minsjton. Del

Michaol Newman
M chael Lawrence, son of Mr
and Mrs Irving Newman 655 WE
180th St. will become Bar Mitzvah
at Beih Torah Congregation on
Saturday morning. June L'4
Michael was graduated from the
Hebrew department of the Religi-
ous School and received the Sol
Sater Memorial Award for excel
lence in customs and ceremonies
He served as program vice presi-
dent of the student congregation
and will continue his Jewish educa-
tion in th,. Hebrew High School
departnH nt
Attending Michsel'i Bar Hits
\.ih and the reception on Saturday
cning at the CarriUon Hotel will
rx- his grandfather, Jacob Spits, of
Miami Beach and from New York.
Mr and Mrs Benjamin Spit/. Miss
Sherry SpiU Mr and Mis Morris
Newman, Mi and Un Samuel
Wolfe and Alfn
Scott Paris
' Mr and Mis Ben
Pans, m ill \tit/\ ah at
ition 'Hi
* u ,11 conduct the traditii
the Haftorah
An :ii follow the
n Popiel Hall alter the
Fridaj evening ervicei and
Kiddush on Saturday will be h >ld
in Scott's i om m moored by his
parei
Scott is a student at the Beth
Hoahe Religioui School and attends
North Miami Junior High School
He is a member of the North Miami
Pony League
A dinner at the DeauviUe Hotel
on Sunday will be held in Scott's
honor. Am on jf guests will be his
i rents Mr and Mrs Charh s
i I Miami Beach
Bruce Rubin
Brue. son of Mi and Mrs Arnold
Rubin will become Bar MKsvah at
Beth Moshe Congregation on Sat
urday June 24.
Bruce will conduct the traditional
services and chant the Haftorah
Kiddush will follow services m
Popiel Social Hall sponsored by
his parents
Bruce is a student in the Beth
Moshe Religious School and attends
Thomas Jefferson Junior High
School, where he plays the trumpet
in the school band Bruce won a
Oceanfront
Sterling Hotel
Reopens June 22
The Sterling Hotel on the Miami
Beach oceanfront will he opening
for the summer on June 22 under
the personal management and
ownership of David Keener and
his nod. Samuel
The hotel will feature I low cost
modified American plan rate "t
tlO daily
"Quality is the key word at
Sterling at 68th st according to
Rosner We are inspired l>\
devotion to the tradition of I ?U i -i
orthodox\. he declared
Dossick F,
Fischman Dc-
Hes:
.
: Li 1
ilda Bi
Gertrude Hemq, R- i
iberq, Naomi ''.-. i Louis Tafiel, rlvia
Goiub Sarah Zarne, Dorothy Palmer, M.:
Janshaw, Rose Rosenblatt. Eva Wolcs.;. Sadie Gord in S)
Kra3now, Bertha Srhreiber, Virginia Orleans Id i
Mis Burton Goldberg.
Nursing School
Registration Now
l will ma time
for applii at ns to Mi nl s.,,,,,.
Ho pi tal s< bool 4 P a< I it al Nurs-
ing's September enroll n
According to Carmi n Hn^. direc
tor of nursing education lh< i
till s, ireral "i ei Applicants
must cither be high school gradu
tea. i>r the equivalent, with an
Bge span of 17 to .So
The one year program is the
only nationally and state accredit
ed curse in the State ol Honda
It offers a year's concentration of
both classroom and clinical educa
lion, culminating in a certificate
which makes the student eligible
for application for State Practical
Nurse Uceneure
The school, in its 15th year, is a
"day"- school, but aaeistance in
living accommodations is available
through the school s offlc*
Mitkmtl Ntwman
Alan WithntH
medal for being top mathematic
student in seventh grade
Among guests will be his grand
mother. Mrs Rae Rubin, of Miami
Beach, grandmother. Mrs. Max
Firtel. New York: and aunts and
uncles, from New Jersey, Mr and
Mrs Joseph Rubin and Mr and
Mrs Buddy Forstat
DAVID ffOSNft
Duo-Recital
Saturday Night
Marian Spear topi a no and \ it
tor Msrrhaesie, tenor, will \- pre
tented in a duo-recital at the im kI
program of the Miami Beach Musi<
and Arts League on Saturday. K M
p m m the Versaillei H
Surfs,de Vice Mayor Louis Ho
herman. president of the Leagw
announce, that a SUmmert
schedule of programi Mill ini ludc
freshim nts and the
ular night dub shots This Satur
ds> the floor -how will
* i on, internstionsll) fa
iiner
Welfare Plonninq
Elects Mack
Council President!
The Welfare Planning
Dade County, a United I M
ejr, met this month to e|e, y,u,
attorney. James 1. Mack ld,.,.,|
for itaJ3p78 term
A Budd Cutler, oul
dent, reviewed the Count
i is of the pas' >
The legislative pro, lM,.
budget request of :h, Si ^r.'
the
ment of Welfare, includ
impel mentation of ritli
i. has been suppoi
ouncil lei iiij
\* ide
Me,:
ll
tl
Twi rch studii
in conjunct!* tl
Miami, deal
nceil and thi
Palm Beach
Raises $490,003
For Emergency
i
' i
i i. Sundj
e in I'.i n I

in the
ncy t i -oKi
i ommunsl '
i \ from |
The meeting notables
Hwiian Fishn
Beth Kl Rabbi Max Landmai
Temple EmanuKI.. and
Kmanuel Eisenherg Teni;
Sliolom
First Hand
Account
Via Phone
Continued From Pg 2 B
needed, they declared, thi :h ..
continued heavy response the
Israel Emergency Fund the
I'nited Jewish Appeal
Th* cost of maintaining *>*?
Humanitarian program* in the
'orseejble future it prwWfWfw
onatcortainable. th* oofogation
reported to torn* $00 comiiunihts
from coast to coast, but is certain
to bo in th* hundreds of motions.
The delegation, ccnisi>:. of
i JA Assad ate General 'I i* man
Edward Ginaberg, of i
Women's Division < I.. Mrs
Ham 1 Jones ot Detro I and
Voung Leadership abii
nan I eomrd l> K II, ot
de returned late Ifajnd
four days of Intensive si
wsel
Public Responds Heartily to Israel C
nsis
Continued from Pago 2-B
I the (',
ami area at ;i S indaj aftei noon
auction rponson d .
the < oconut Grove Plajhou.....
lerj and both Jewish
h aitists who donai
ol r
ture* \ similai auction .- planned
tor i ; Lsuderdale

Kim's Restaurant turned m more
than SI.000 from its proceeds dui
injc last Thursdays dinner hour,
and Wolfie s Uneoln Road bettered
that fiure by donating its total re
ceipts from Monday to the Israel
Emergency Fund.

Temple Beth Am held its third
congregational meeting for UJA.
l Schwarti and
tirmsn Irvhi Wexler |eMng
Rabbi Herbert l ecn
lo the 800 famil> .
t,ai1'' -N th \m aenh

ich ever) member
< iii>..n Jews and non Jews turned
former lsra< I i
m.i to aba Bender Kaplai
' x 1 I inard Rovn dm
'"- Moi d ht news confer
'" itei Miami Jewish Fed
eration Headquarters
The Matikvah lx>dge of fVnai
B^rith contributed $1,000; rhe
! North Bay Village Lions Club do
j aated $2,000 and the 500 Men's
I Club of Morton Towers turned in a
10 treasur) gift ,
ratli
associati I.E 1 ... .,,,
" i hi Howard Kai | k s
ci
h mben re
sponded to a Vtzkor appi si b) Di
Irving I i Dutpouring
of nv -i. n fSOO.tMi tor the !
Emergenc) Fund, and simu I
!> pledged th<- purchase ot an equal
Unl in State of Is,.,,-] Bonds
Bc-th Torah Batk David and Tern
pie Menorah were arnont; SOngregS
tSoas which held congrecational
meetings wkh record shattering re
'suits for the UJA drive, launched
here on June 5, just hours after
t Middle l hos-
tility

i a newspapi >poi
nt has k. : 'lui
workers bus\ op< I en
pes and as r,r,n
ht boai s .1 da eonard
n saii< He repo the
. has been aided '
who have pitched in a
inn telephones, address
making deliveries

Senior citizens at the Blad tnre
Retirement Hotel have turned over
Social Security checks, and new
I Americans many of vsh^Ti *tv
survivors of Hitler's death ramps
dug dt^p at a meeting at the^
YMTIA


23,1967
vJenMitkricUaMn
Pnoe 15 B
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ARTHUK KAUSH
ions Elect
idelman As Gov.
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I ars,

Tvecj the I '
'>- the pest i!
rtu.es. iiirludir-
nt
is tht lar'< -t ,n!er
nice orHOJlrOi "ii and
emphasK fir) ipK cnn
' and 'vf r<- Kalish Named
Assoc. Director
Of Aged Home
Arthur Kalish, assistant diroetoi
"I the Jewish Hooja for the A
for the past nine yean, has been
noted to associate director, ac
ling to Maurice Pearlsteln, ex-
ecutive director
Kalish promotion was revealed
at the last hoard of directors me<
inn hy Pearlstein after unanimous
concurrence b> officers i the
Home The announcematit was
greeted with enthusiast,, .,....;.,
by the entire hoard.
Kaliih, 42. haa a BS degree
from the University of Miami
and a Master of Social Work de-
gree from me Graduate School
of Social Welfare of Florida State
University. He has been with th
Home for 13 years, originally
vervino. as casework and social
work Supervisor for four years
prior t0 Ma a-oomtment as as-
sistant director.
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Miami foi 19 years
Cerebral Palsy
Forms New Unit
To h Ip coordinate the activities
f the t h r i separate Woman -
l ruts -ml the Parent's I'mt whicn
serve the local Unitea] Cerebral
Palsy Center, a m President's
Council has been formed.
The oniUkation will be known
Women cil I v of
Mrs
. 1225 Nl >3rd St
shor. s ihn is pr< M of
he Parent
at of
- i -lit.
10 SK I7fl Miami
n H ccr< ary
Miami Postmaster Elected
A l r'lonH.i
I thi Vat istion
if iters hi Id at th< Dipio-
Mi-
ami Postmaster E M I was
elected presidi nt of th<
tion Dualap *.- Former!) a Poel
f for 14 years and a
district operations
Ke*> 7 196Ji. when I
actint Postmaster i M ai
wa- appointed Postmastei en Aug.
31, I
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