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Title:
The Jewish Floridian
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63 v. : ;
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English
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Jewish Floridian Pub. Co.
Place of Publication:
Miami, Fla
Creation Date:
June 30, 1967

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

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

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Title:
The Jewish Floridian
Physical Description:
63 v. : ;
Language:
English
Publisher:
Jewish Floridian Pub. Co.
Place of Publication:
Miami, Fla
Creation Date:
June 30, 1967

Subjects

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

Notes

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

Record Information

Source Institution:
University of Florida
Rights Management:
All applicable rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier:
oclc - 35317254
lccn - sn 96027667
ocm35317254
System ID:
AA00010090:02004

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Jewish Floridian and Shofar of Greater Hollywood
Related Items:
Jewish Floridian of South Broward
Related Items:
Jewish Floridian of North Broward
Related Items:
Jewish Floridian of greater Ft. Lauderdale
Related Items:
Jewish Floridian of Palm Beach County (Palm Beach County, Fla. : 1975)
Related Items:
Jewish Floridian (Palm Beach, Fla. : 1982)
Related Items:
Jewish Floridian of Palm Beach County (Palm Beach, Fla. : 1985)
Related Items:
Jewish Floridian of Pinellas County
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Jewish Floridian of South County
Related Items:
Jewish Floridian of Tampa
Preceded by:
Jewish unity
Preceded by:
Jewish weekly
Succeeded by:
Jewish Floridian/the Floridian newspaper

Full Text
"Jewish Floridlian
Combining THf ifW/SH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY
lume 40 Number 25
Miami. Friday. June 30. 1967
Two Sections Price 2V:
Reform Rabbis Hit Christians for Failing Jews
By Special Report
City, director of the Commission.
told 500 Reform rabbis at the 78th
annual matting of the CCAft at the
Hotel Ambassador that the official
spokesmen of American Christen
dom were not only silent in sup-
port for the Integrity of the state
of Israel, but by their silence or
their prayerful calls for peace
,,bbi Balfour Brickner, New York which urged that the question be
I OS ANGELES The head of
. torm Judaism's Commission on
ti rfaith Activities accused the
nised Christian establishment
, with failure to back Israel's
ition in a time of hostilities and
slS.
placed in a paralyzed United Na-
tions, these leaders also failed the
cause of world peace."
A number of rabbis were dis-
appointed at this lack of under-
standing on the part of tho Chris-
tian hierarchy since they felt that
tho Jewish passion for survival,
especially after the dreaded holo-
caust, has not been fully compre-
hended by these groups
Other rabbil responded that in
their own communities large num-
bers of Christian laymen and cler-
gymen came forth with financial
and other aids to their Jewish col-
leagues and friends on behalf of
Israel They pointed out that the
Christian laymen were not acting
under the theological doctrines and
directives of their faith, but rather
as Americans who have warmly re-
ceived the pioneering and demo-
cratic spirit of Israel
The rabbis noted that on a grass
roots level ministers and priest!
Continued on Page 6 A
Eshkol Says He's Shocked B\
Kosygin's Stand at UNations
RABBI BALFOUR BRICKNfcR
a ISHINGTON iJTAi Fifty
. Democratic and Republican
eeeflMfl co sponsored this
ek a resolution urging President
la seek Bee ohjectives In
nf Jfldesst pence and urg
esideutial opposition t<> prs
ell withdrawal
ep atmg the mistake >!
led ui a resumption of bos
11 years aitei
rneohitioti called for opposi
. in] precondition to n
CAS CHAMBIKS IN DtSfffT PAGl 3 A
THf lAlki AT GlASiBOKO PAGl 6 A
UNIlt Of HRUiAllM PAGl 9-4
SfCMT WiAPONS UNCOVlftlD PAGl II A
JERI SAJ EM JTA Primi At the lame time, the Premier
said 'Ins declared that the Soviet Union was
It. thai he Mid- trying to turn the clock back I >
die Rh in; unlimited diplomatic iup-
1-i.oT- victor) in port to the Arab rulers and by re
the ".r. than ever befon Hi add supplying Egypt with weapon:
ed the Cabinet hoped to report to Hie Premier described the speech
Parliament on the postwar situs by Soviet Premier Kosygin before
tion within a month. the special meeting of the United
Nations General Assemblj ai "ag
FIVE OBJECTIVES LISTED Brwdv ,nd ,mm,cal ,,,',sra<"
^^~"^~~"~~~ Mr. Eshkol said the Soviet
Premier's comparison of Israel
with the Nazis was "frightening
and shocking" end he added that
"it is difficult to find many wars
in which the civilian population
came to so little harm as did the
Arab civilians "because of care-
ful and purposeful direction" of
Israeli military efforts.
Gen Moshe Dayan, the Defense
Minister, substantiated Kshk i!'s
statement on the Arab civilian
treatment in a statement he pre-
sented to Parliament in reply to a
motion by Men Wilner of the New
Communist Party, who cha
that the Arabs were being expelled
and their homes destroyed. The
i omniums! Part) comprised
of one .lew and two Arabs wa- tbi
Continued on Page 10-A
EMERGENCY DINNER AT F0NTA1NEBLCAU
Bob Hope Slated
Here Sunday For
Israel Crisis Meet
51 Congressmen
In Peace Program
tiation that would require uthe rs
linqaiahment bj Israel of tern
tones posseeeed" at the time of
the ceasefire The measure wsi
originated b) Rep Charles W
Whalen Ohio Republican
The five objectives advocated
included- Arab recognition of Is-
rael, freedom of passage in
Aqaba Gulf and Sues, final settle-
ment of boundaries, restrictions
Continued on Page 5 A
itrocities Against Jews In
Vrab Countries Still Rising
E'VIV MCAllFD
Itritons Are
Vngered By
I {row ii Talk
LONDON (JTAi Reaction
l bitter this week among British
rws to Foreign Secretary Brown's
etch at the special emergency
-ion of the tinned Nations lien
al Assembly.
Jewish members of the I^abur
arty, in and out of Parliament.
cpreeaed fesrs that Brown was
to emulate the views of the
Braeat Bevin. who us Foreign
in. waged a powerful cam
Continued on Paeje 10-A
JERUSAJ EM JTAI
Tiller Lev l Eshkol Said this week
tl-,t the fate of 100,000 '- <"
\ ib countries who irere b
p, ,-,., hi i lespite their dei lara
tu.ns ol loyalty to their countries
wouM be discussed in the Perl
mentaiy Foreign vtairs and Bi
, m. it) Committee
The Premier Mid 'heir plight
was causing much anxiety and thai
Israel w.,s shocked by fresh reports
of threats and pefTOnM Bgsinst
those Jews A motion for discUl
sion of the affected Jewi eras ub
milled for the I'arliamcntarv iger)
da but the Premier said that an)
plans for Israel I action on their
behalf should be discussed in a
elated committee icanine
At teest 18 Jews have been
killed during the past two weeks
in Libya by rampaging Arab
mobs, and some 4,000 other*
have barricaded themselves In
their homes in Tripoli, *n Italian
journalist reported in Rome. Gi-
orio Fattori, reporting in La
Stampa, said that 6,000 Jews live
in Tripoli ml that "more than
1.000 are for the moment safe in
the Gargaresh Barracks outside
the city." Several hundred other
Jews with foreign passports are
protected by their embassies
This information left 3.000 to
4,000 "hidin.-j in the city," he
estimated.
Be also reported that Libyan pa
lice were stopping BSSaultl on Jew
Ish homes but doing nothing to
assist the Jews, who have been
barricaded for 13 days If they
leave then homes in search of food
or medicine, they nsk death." h-
wrote.
Eighty Jewish refugees arrived
in I-ondon this week from Aden by
Continued on Pee* t-A
It's Ho|H' for Israel Sunday
night
Kespi-nding to a personal tele-
phone call from Israel Emergency
Fund general chairman. Leonard
Rosen, the incomparable Boh Hop.
V/ednesda) agreed to headline a
dinner at the Fontambleau Hotel
at 7:30 p.m.. Sunday, which will
highlight Greater Miami's history
making IEF effort tor the United
Jewish Appeal
Hope, hard at work in Puerto
Rico on a motion picture pro-
duction for worldwide television
showing, will fly here expressly
to join Floridians in honoring
several heroes of the Israeli air
force at the Miami Beach func-
tion.
"All Americans are proud of Bob
Hope s record of support tor the
sen It e the Unite I
States tretches over mi
thai two ai ades since
the tart ol World W sr II. Rosen
That is wh) our i ampaign cab
met was so I at Mi Hope
Immediate acceptan< tur in* i
on thai he parl in this
BOB HOPE
salute to the

unflim I
the sen ice ol d<
and then
Invitations to the Sunday eve-
ning dinner at the Fontainebleau
Continued on Page 2-A
AN EDITORIAL OPINION
(iiyo NOW-Give MORE
The meeting Sunday featuring the appeaiai.^e ol
Bob Hope will be the last phase of ael Emergency
Fund campaign here.
There is simply no point in pressing out option that
Israel's needs are both critical and ongoing. Everyone
knows this.
But what is important is that each ol us should take
stock of ourselves and our contribution to Israel in this,
her finest hour. If you haven't given yet. then give now, so
that Israel may meet her at-home needs sorely taxed in the
aftermath of her defensive war.
If you have already given then give some more. It
is the extra effort that can prove so telling.
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Closing Exercises
At Beth Solomon
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Friday. ?Jne 30. 1967
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Page 3-A
Gaza Life Slowly Returning to Normal;
Soviet Gas Chambers Found in Desert
i \/\ JTAi Thousand* ol
> tin- Palestine Litx-ia
0 .. isation, whose open
,, been Ahmed Shukair)
Still al iar^.' here, many ol
hathag ihed fh. ir uniform!.,
arms, and taken n i
the i^ilian population
, i Natioi i ampi l
Brig 'ion Moshe
tarj loveroor <>f the
declared here

i, here have, thu I...
d thu isaods "t i ile I I
- .uid vil
I a ted aUo turned
, ] ea mau;
Bui armi in
.-,,--. m \ anous \
Bl
ii hi in th hi
Meanwhile, however, life con-
mufi to be normal throughoo*
the Gaia Strip In Gaia itself,
the (urtew wit lifted Sunday for
the daylight hour*, civilian* be
,ri allowed to circulate freely
after 5 a m Public transportation
has ilto been resumed, and gaso-
line is being sold at service sta-
tions at prices prevailing in Is-
rael. Private owners of automo-
biles r# being allowed to drive
their own (irv
Moi hospitals In the
. functioning normally, although
i- majoritj of Aiat) doctors have
s, ncM-.v h.ivr been reopened
. liaza pulicr force was reestab
.. iv.0 local Arab p
rrs 120 local policemen were
dutj in the t*J ol GiM
Egyptian Ces Chambers
I El. A.V1V JT\ lsra<
Southern Bell
Films Available
I fOI thl BSl
.- to clubs unit other or
pt in Miami
D s walker Jr South rn BeU
mi >' strict manager, said that
.> hai a Ida
motion pictures available with
-..ii.. to civil reli in us
d youth groups
kavi Blmi "ii > ommui
advances in science safety
. m Uitaresi subjects he
v. of I are obi a.mil <
Vrfssssssnaentj for borrowing a
i-ati Si maili- through Souths
> ImsjI buainess offii <
officials said Sunday that special
salvage unit- were examining two
nioaii- of chemicals belies ed io
include ingredients for making
poison gai In mobile laboratorlei
which win- found in the Sinai
Peninsula.
Th- officials said that the- chem-
icals were ol two different type
i ommunisl China and
tin other In Egypt and that both
positively identified bj
erts here. I ypl ha: bi
usin i oison gas on large s<
m it
isl ii ..inn' in Yemen both ag.-tnM

i that Is
also foui
icks .-

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I wo rhai
ii tin hi
rs 'I hi '
Factured b) the l SSSH
Stati bile w oi ks and, ac
dot Min i fo hi i .% ith
tin- vehicles, wer* handed over to
1 nans "ii April I, 198S A
ipi nal gas chamber also was
fi .nil on thi- Egyptian air base al
El Irish, in t h- Sinai
Rocket Carrying Boats
TEL AVIV fJTAi The work
ol Israeli frogman commandos who
attacked Egyptian shipping anil
prevented Egypt from using its
ground rockets from na\al launch-
pads was revealed here for the
first time
In an action seen as audacious,
Israeli frogman commandos, un
der the leadership of Yochei Bin-
Nun. 43-year-old former torn-
mander-in-chief of Israel's Navy,
struck in the early hours of June
5. The commandos used limpet
mines. They struck primarily
against the Egyptian naval base
at Ras Tin, at Alexandria, and
attacked other Egyptian naval
MONiT MAKING OPPOSTUNlTY
)* |fc Groups *? Sco 1 ^d
O n;r**v
. Prohl "em In 3 a Dcand
.. -. || on
0 t I OISTRISUTINC CO '
> mi. City 1*0 t
installations along the entire
northern coast of E-jvpt as far as
Port Said and Port Tawfiq. south
of Suez.
Combined units of frogmen and
paratroopers ti aim d for mari
warfare thus knocked out the
1 yptian Na\> which hail hi en
prepared to s< nd Its rockets and
in.ill-- against the Israeli coast
In the actions, all but two
i pt submarines were criopl
while Nasser's flotilla of hull
speed, missile > arrj ing patrol boats
thej wi
able to fire a single rocket at linM
..-I The raids 111
relieved Israi I's ground fo
of n- ma jor i oncei ns since
thin Ii ler
land wen highl> vulnerable t"
rockel from c
S30,000,000 in Commoditie>
WASHINGTON (JTA) I S
. sanl laM weekend tha' the
menl is considering a 'onv
standing Israeli request to bu)
about S30.OOO.0O0 in agricultural
commodities Last year Israel re
,. .ed S;i4.000.(KHI in siiiphis foods,
d in dollars and Israeli pounds
Early this year, Israel request

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general question of aid for Mid-
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told it can start ordering the
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Meanwhile, ""' s Governi
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tents to Arab refugees on the easl
k di tin Jordan River
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-Jmisti fkrmfinn
Page 5-A
LETTERS TO THE EDITOR
ForeeWm Only Way at This Time
EDITOR, The JfwM Floridian:
In December. 1931, it Um Eden
Hotel, Jerusalem. I was the hon
ored guest Ol Bfisi Henrietta Siold.
Ifemorj she mentioned
BalUrrfore, lid., where she had been
[English mentor.
V. h( n I asked her (.pinion of the
\:.il i intellect, culture anrl rea-
1m ai <|inck to suggest that
it wa> a treat tnistaki to li-
the Arab Ma: > ol our people had
done so, ibe thought she ia\orcd
friendship, high regard and under
Standing, hut many informed Jews
law th conciliator) We had put forth
51 Congressman In
New Peace Program
Continued from Pag* 1 A
ol irmi flow to NtS region, and
resolution of tho Arab refugee
problem. Tho resolution stressed
that the Executive Department
should reflect national attitudes
regarding Itiael's rights in deal-
ings at the United Nations and
otherwise.
\ h pa i ale Hot oncur
rent resolution introduced in the
proposed that Israel should
.hi itrarily required to ap
various pressures by pre
::ialure withdrawal from pre
crasc-lirc lines The resolution, in
troduoed by Rip Seymour Hal
pern. New York Republican, main
..ined Israel should be expected
to withdraw under circumstances
which would jeopardize regional
and world peace, without Mcei
ir\ peace settlements and guar-
antees. The resolution termed
withdrawal pres-ures on Israel
onesided and arbitrary "
The resolution noted that "cer
taia territory once occupied by
i-rael. including Jerusalem, is tra
*:onally and historically Jev. ish
in rnaracier. previously separated
from Israel by armistice lines no
rikier applicable because of Jor
Uanlan Iggreastop, and. therefore.
negouaMe m any peace settle
ment The resolution pointed out
that Israel was forced into a war
WlMsjfaMI hnnmnx her BIT
into the present eeaCS fire dlspOSi
Nite Club' Party
Held By JWV
Murray Sol tnon Pool 243 and
Auxiliary of Coral Gables, Jewish
Wax Veterans of the r s.a spun
sored a Nite Club party at the
Carillon Hotel on Saturday
Post commander, M Jay Berlin
er, announced that proceeds from
the affair will maintain the com-
munity activities program of the
DOSt
1 chairmen were Leo Plotkin
I Mrs Meyer Cohan Other mem
ben of the committee ware Mi-
chael Schechter. Mrs Simon Sutta.
Norman I.cvene. Stuart Botwiink.
and Ignore Lehman.
lion It called on President Jol
to heed the sense of Congress on
the withdrawal question.
House Democratic whip Hale
Boggs, Louisiana Democrat, said
in the House that Soviet Premier
Kosygin should use his visit to
America to promote peace in the
Middle East and not spread
propaganda. Rep. Clarence Long,
Maryland Democrat, urged that
President Johnson protest to
Premier Kosygin against Rus
sia's domestic and foreign anti-
Jewish policies. The Congress-
man said Russia's Jews were
subjected to discrimination nd
that they were denied rights af-
forded other Soviet minority
groups.
Meanwhile, a State Department
specialist on Middle Eastern af
fairs said in Dallas at a news cod
ferertce that Israel will return oc
cupied territories because she can-
not afford to keep them John E
Homer said "the problem of gov-
erning these territories would be
almost insurmountable in Israel
Mr Homer held that Israeli reg
ular army was not adequate to
the task of military government.
and would require reserves He
said that the army must soon de-
mobilize reservists because "Isratl
needi them workers to keep its
industrial and agricultural econo-
my booming "
every effort to seek their good
will.
Palestine was almost in full
control of the Mufti followers,
the powerful Nashishibi family
and other Arabic oligarchies,
even though the Jewish High
Commissioner, Sir Herbert Sam-
uel, represented His Majesty.
Miss Siold felt that non-Jews in
America would esteem the Jews
h'.ghly for friendly aims toward
the Arab majority, instead of our
being hostile.
Alas, in 1931 and again in 1959.
I heard countless Jews in the Holy
Land, from all over the world, who
were certain that iron fisted firm-
ni s- alone was, and is. the only
treatment for Jews to adoptthe
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store competition, and Schulman
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to cajole the non Jewish world
Now that both the Prime Min-
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the entire anti Israeli set of hi
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With the deepest revererce fortho
distinguished Miss Szold. whose
every purpose was for good, it is
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need force, power and. for the
present, the tools of war Let US
pray it is temporary,
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Glassboro Talks Reaffirm 'Israel's Right to Exist'
wLASSBORO. \J .JT\
I rtudent Jo**i Aleksei k >vuj Suaday ion-
< aided here tfceir suaur.:*, taii> on
the Wtddk Ea>t and other iana -
agreeing aceordms; to I S
i kb .th the fact that l>;aH
doe* e*it but still holding di
veriest \:cs on the possible olu
tior. to the Arab-l^racS problem
\U ATHENS
Further talks on the Arab-Israel
issue will be continued Betareca
Srcretar> >( State Dear. Ru-Jt
Sonet !*>reieti Mmrer .nrtrei
tiromyko
It was understood that Presi-
dent Johnton f|>Hld to Pre
mitr Kesygin a limitation on
MBtt or irmi to tho Middle
East countries, direct negotia-
tions between Israel and the Arab
countries, justice for Arab re*u
feet, respect for maritime rights
through international waterways,
and better herder errerementt.
Premier Keeygm, it wet indicat-
ed, strongly argued fer the im-
mediate withdrawal et Israel
from occupied territories in the
neighboring Arab countries.
Mr Kosjrfill held a press confer
ence Sunday nu:hl at L ruled Na
turns headquarters, ansuennq wb
mitted qu >tion on hif meeting
with Pre.sidt nt Johnw.n on the
Arab Israel issue as well as on o'h
er issues. President Johnson will
*eek an I ppoftuaiti ti
ment publui> en the mr'ir._ v.
r.tan Husk reportedly .
that "aeriOUf problems re:
in the Middle BMi hut
HIMI <>f opinion mie-
reached be'meen Waatfnjt^t
Moscow on at leat som*
jectise> in that rr-jion
I*
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Nixon Savs
\ es To
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TEL AVIV uiTAi
Rich
ard M Nixon >id on hi*
-.on that Israel had a
'
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jt his hon
\\ it AJ Athei i airpoi!
N told reporti
direct talk.-
bet we thi Arab states and
Urad
-dded there could not he
_ Ml Mlc EaU settle
ll the )o.
of the t nited States
- k'X L'nion
MIAMII '-HSNK
imti iiiniii niuti nnri
Ssurtes Sfii Him w
11 Hate ii.it osa bssmi
irbi mi im i; iiia
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Reform Rabbis Hit Christians For
Continued front Page 1 A
ere not hound by the strictures of
official organizational pohcie> and
therefor* the] war* able to COOM
forth Both the United Jewish Ap
! and the Bond* for Israel J-jv
report**; ".,<. contributions above
normal i\.
Rabbi Joshua O Haberma
Treat \ J found Christian lay
people Jar ahead of their cit-rt.' n
coming to the support and expr
ir l^ra i liv
>ar .tan 'a
th a $10-t
tiar ft
:ea $25
ma-
-
in his sermon before the
CCAR group. Rabbi Bnckner
said. "Christianity was faced
with an acid test of American
inter religious relations and by
and large Christians were silent
and m seme instances their sup-
port was for the wrong reasons
anti-Communismred baiting
narph criticized a Jewish na
tional body, 'h< \
mitlf *nich >atri in a re;
widespread
ir Urael p
>*tri
! |j
ped through ii
ird Card
B : Laurent <
I
I
and D rad-
ian
AJthouiih ; 'ho up-
Failing Israel in Her Crisis
port. Rabbi Bnckner stated that
these ;:id: arer lh
r-ther than the rule
Sevt ibis at th CCAR
ipported One
>aid that Cardinal J eases
Mclntjre. Los Angeles i a lid
on his bo>s not to | I
aithou.h at the pre-
v.ere a few uho vi-
and did expp
" awa>

li '
I
speak
H
.mpalhj
Rabh. .
tian beaitai
of Aral I Ith '... > whom tr,
antagonize an.',
both Pi and I athoiic
teapn
laooarj in that part of
tbe world
Rabbi Brickner told his col-
leagues that "We have mistak-
enly assumed that Jews and
Christians understood the basic
differences that distinguish us
from one another We have as
sumed that Christians were con
nizent of the mys'iqoe o< Jewish
peop'ehcoa. whicn underg nrs all
Jewish being and which rises i*V
roluntari y. us*mcttvely in *he
breast of practically every Jf*
*htn the core of his esistenee as
Jews ere threatened this springs
forth instinctively
H> i
List Confirmands At Emanu El
The Fes!
a Th. Fead [ Weeks
served by Temple Emanu Ki
t>n Um -u-t day of the holiday.
rad atei ..f Temple Kminu I
'ment mar
in prxx essioi "he altar w b
they were greeted by I)r IretBf
Lc-hrman
parti- in a
pr-entation Btatlaa' The
Commandments *'
\li<^ Heien Kaplan wa 1967
claai vaiedictorian Hiss Marti
Harris .- salutatonan The con-
fir iand are:
Gail Lvnn. dau v. and
Mr- .Kihan R Aberman. TeretJ
n daughter of Mr and Mr.
ph II Ba< bus; Jill I
daughter of Mr and Mrs Robert
Dale Ellen daughter of
Dr and Mrs. Charles Binder Jane,
ler oi the la". Mr tod III -
Z< na Mc-ryle.
daughter of Mr and Mrs Harr>
Dccky Connne. daughter of Mr
and Mr- Z\ i
Beryl I^ee. daughter of Mr and
Mr- Jovph r'.-hl* n MinJy Beth.
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notion of Judaismof fa
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He stated that Chris tun *nd
Jewish clorgymen have Our
the past number of years co-
operated closely both nationally
ami locally on such proolems |S
civil liberties civil rights, po.er
fy. and world peace Rabbi Lewis
felt "This breed-based religiou.
unity is important end necessary
for our national Irfe and purpose
We must continue this inter-faith
interreligiows dialogue between
rat bis, ministers, and priests
without interruption "
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accijs 10 im mm rum win hi asjurid
rael Reaffirms i nil> of Jerusalem'
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Gables. Class ol 1967 consisted of 32 boys and qirls. and Rabbi
Morris A. Kipper prepared a special service. Left to right are
(back row): John Ribbier. Michael Kazan. Scott Grossinger.
Philip Zeskind. Rabbi Morris A. Kipper. Robert Eanett. Michael
Goldberg. Neal Feldman. Irwin Wilensky. Alan Levine. Marc
Baskin. Middle row are Robert Tuch, Debra Adams. Roberta
Ronne Lebow, Vicki Schwartz. Front row are MciiI.mh Bptrling,
Alice Weil. Elayne Harris. Denise F.nnett. Joinnn Kaufman,
Francine Edlow. Joan Steinheimer. Deborah We-mstinn, Bevmly
Greene. Not shown are Harriet Freeman. Shelly Goldman
Linda Jacobson. Nancy Swiren.
Atrocities Against Jews In
Arab Countries Still Rising
l Mill. NATIONS .i I \
Israel i polit j with regard t" the
mii\ , 'i eeen lo lbs hoi) plai. then
! .ill rekgleui t.iiihs ... reltei
led hen bj ImboJ s i ..i n Min
ist. i \M..i BbU in .. natlone i.i.
telex Iston program \.. mi t" I ha
bol) plaeei is aaaun .1 undi i Iht
unit) ol thr u> ha laid, adding
ii'..i th. queatloi <>t sr. in Im ..
cess in mallei for negotiation
ll.' ws Intai \ ii'vm'.i on Hi. Mi, i
the Press program of the \
tlonal Broadi eating nmpanj
While Hi.' \ atlum ha* n. ul.iv.l
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air. rrportinK that Arab mol.s had
been pdlty ol uu-rt-dible brutality
and d.-strui-tion Philip Jacob Sam
uel. chairman of the Aden Jewish
community and one of the reJaajaaa
airli/ted here, reportt-d that 'I
have iii-wr seen auch hatred and
deliberate deNtruction Even the
youn^ Arabs were screaming out
that the) wanted to kill us It was
terrible Mad it not been for th,
British tioops, ihey probably would
have Three Jews trapped in the
Crater district were attacked by an
armed mob Two of them were
beaten to death and cut up into
pieces. The third man was found
alive, bareiy able to breathe."
Tho rafooao* war* gr.atad by
fir Barneft Jtnmr, M P., farmer
President of tho Beard # Dopo
Mea of BriHsh Jews, who had ar-
raneod tHo airlift. Tho 10.CO0
pound ($M,000) cost of airlifting
be Adan Jow* to safoty it bainu
OVOrod by tho Intor Oov.rnm.n
tol Committaa for Europttn M.
Qration In 196S. th Jawuh pop
olation of Adan was >ii*<1 at 400.
Savaral J.wi war* k.llad. and
Jawith p WV*| ly fnji iv rns rartn
rycanfly by Arab m o b i who
victory in tho war which started
on Juno S. All Jews have now
loft Adan.
The Mororrjn <;.i\prnment or
lered that peavporta !>? panted to
Uorocoan Jews who ask in thaai
after aaaaa applicants, particularly
Jewish youth, reported experienc
log difficulties in making applies
tioni after th- outi.i .;,k | \i*
Arab-Israeli war Conatdenbid feai
raa raportad m the Casablanca
Jewish community after the Janiah
nmmatnlly Canter hi Pea -a* tin-
tarKet of demonstrations ajjainst
the Israeli victory.
Meanwhile, it was reported that
the Tunisian (Joverntnent haj giv-
en reassurance to the 20.000
mernU-r Tunisian Jewish mmmu
"it>, some of whose members
wanted to emirate The Tun~an
Gnvarnagejn alki) rclUral<.d warn
Inge against attacks on Jews after
180 demonstrators set fire to the
I urns ajrnagogne and Jewish owned I
*l im i Th.- demonstrat-
and
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Iih. ,, ).,, ^
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" '" laternenl |h< ..,,>.,
I)e tolerated and we do not seek
to exterminate the Jews '
Tho Confaronca of P-andanti
of Maior Amorican Jawith Or
ganiialions protatfad In Naw
York this wook tho "systematic
campaign" of Arab atrocities
against Jews in the Middle last.
Dr. Joachim Print, chairman of
the Conference, appealed fo the
U.S. and other countries, plus re-
ligious and humanitarian leaders
here and abroad, "to restore hu
man rights and human dignity
to the defenseless victims of na
tienel nd religious hatred."
! Arab counti us sinca the outbreak
nlty has followed with deepening
alarm reports from abroad ol a
systematic campaign of arrest, Im
prlaoaatBatt, destruction of proper
ty, physical abuse and mur.ler di
K. led aainst Jewish resident oj
if Arab countru-s sinci the ontbresk
"I hostilities in the Middle taat,
!he appeal said. "The barbarous
treatment of innoeent civiUan* ol
the Jewish faith has be to by adtveaaea of unimpeachable
Intagilt) '
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Beer Admiral Frederick J
Broth. t'SN Commander. Key West
Naeal Forces, .will describe the
role o/ the Nary in Vietnam on
July 6. before a
meeting of the
Naval Reserve
Association. Sun-
shine Chapter, at
the Coral Gables
Country Club.
The admiral's
presentation will
be augmented
with film slides
highlighting the
combat, support
and supply func-
tions of the Navy
in the Vietnam
conflict.
There will be
an awards ceremony
ADM. MUSH
Construction Battalion 6-13. In
shore I nderwater Defense 6 3, Sur
face Division 6-4* M>. and Surface
Division 645'Mi. preceding the ad
miral s presentation All of these
units drill at the C S Naval Re
serve Training (enter at Miami
Florida
Dade County Mayor Chuck Hall
a former naval officer, will be
master of ceremonies and preside
at the dinnei
The meeting will be a dinner af-
fair beginning at 7 p.m Cmdr.
Hyman P. Galbut. I'SNR. president
of the Sunshine Chapter of the Na
val Reserve Association, said res-
ervations for the diner meeting
may be made by writing to the
.Sunshine Chapter. 240 5th St, Mi
ervations for the dinner meeting
Involving ami Beach.
prompl .inl vljiorou i.>
he \l ind Tui
ities prevented wUk) aeajt altBcka
on Jewish minorities in those
countries.
Both Kin? Hmmh oi Morocco
end President Ha bib Bourouiba
of Tunisia, though enpramirte
hostility to Israel, nevertheless
extended the protection or their
police and military forces to the
Jewish populations in their coun-
tries when mob violence seemed
bout to break out, he declared.
Jordan lauded the Italian and
French Government! which "In ac-
cordance with their traditional hos
pita!it> have offered a haven to
Jewish refugees v.ho are arriving
in a steady stream from North Af-
rican countries He said that rep-
resentatives of the JDC and local
JcwiM welfare organizations were
meeting the ships and planes carry
ing Jewish refugees and supplying
emergency relief, shelter and other
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For Address at L\
onlirmed at Temple Menorah at recent serv.- Rubel. Seated are David Levin, Jacki Axelrod.
:es are standing (left to right Robert Weiner.
Martin Gorodetzky. Fran Baxter, Carol Frisch-
rnan Rabbi Mayer Abrcmowitz. spiritual
:er ol Temple Menorah. llene Kulbersh.
Sandra Berenthal. Martin Smith and Andy
Janet Wallman. Jill Robbins, Doris Faro, Silia
Gindiburg and David Scheinman. Coniuma
tion class presented the cantata. "To Number
Your Days," written by Rabbi Abramowitz
Soviet Stand Shocks Eshkol
Continued from Pago 1-A
paign, in pre state days against
h ajpirati >r- for i
P estine.
.- Jew.-': memben i \ the
: Party were coneadennn q lit
ting the part> m protest
Official* of me Pool* Zion Zi-
onist Labor Party ** raised the
issue of continued affiliation with
tho Labor Party if Mr Brown
persisted in his carnjaiqn. par
ticularly if ho was Hilly support
od by Prime Minister Harold
Wilson.
In an offh ial itstemenl the j ar
ifiliate of
rt ilson i Laboi Part) it "e\|ci
Continued from Paoe I A
0 5 k jction to disapp
t.ie srar The other Communist
i i) faction supported it
Gea Dayan declared that neltltei
1- jeli aircraft nor ground art;l
l- ) bombed civilian! in Cairo, Ij
r. asctis ot old Jerusalem, nor any
town He laid that iq
Hebron, there .>s no* ;i single d
1 lan casual!) and that in Jenin
Where Israeli and Jordanian troops
i' i ht in thr street*-, onl> two
i Lam re hurt.
king at Sharm el Sheikh.
I' emier Khkol >aid be a> pre
pared to i ieet w;th "any and each
oi the Arab leaden to discuss a
I- mentOfthe Arab-Israeli
iues Israel, he said. %\ould enter
-ions not trom a po-
ll rtrength but from the
l i ot view of reaching a settle
i i t thai would benefit the entire
tea." M' Kshkol stated he was
ri idl to in < an\ Arab leader,
0 Its : H any time any
w .-re
Finance Minister Pinhas Sapir
called on Jews throughout the
world to implement a four-point
r-ogram of aid to Israel to assist
to make good the enormous
lesso? it incurred as a result of
i national mobiliiation for tho
war effort and the cost of the
war itself Speaking to Parlia-
ment on his return from the
United States and introducing a
bill empowering the Government
to use tho income from special
loans and taxes for defense pur-
poses, Mr. Sapir outlined the pro-
gram which ho said the Jews of
th world should shoulder
The first charge on the Jew of
tlu world, he said, should be to
Increase markets everywhere for
the product* of Israel. The second
should be to increase investment
in Israel The third should be to
strengthen Israel's industry by
lending it the technical know how
so many Jews had acquired in
various trees. The fourth duty, he
said should be immigration
Mr Sapir said a new era of great
ly augmented production for export
was ahead of Israel He declared
that priority had to be given to
the development of a reunited
Jerusalem, to the repair of war
damage- and to making up the
production leal during the period
of hostilities when such a great
proportion of Israel's manpower
waa mobilized for military service,
The Cabinet also decided this
week that all Christian holy place-,
in Jerusalem will !* open to all
Young Demos Pick Lieberman
berman, 21 year old gov
ha- he. n ut
islj led i>- -
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Re in will serve on
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Also serving on the bof
dir> Berlinsky,
Elliot Broot II..! I ;, : Lise
Dubbin, Hun Fi Idbeim,
Nancj P isner, Dennis Richard
rti David Stem
Tew and Jeff Weiner
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Sacretary, Thr Board said that
undivided Jerusalem should t
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Christians on Sundays and tlut
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Residents of rh Old City of
Jerusalem, however, can visit
the holy placet any woakday.
Under tho Jordanian rule, only
Jordanians wero permitted to
visit the holy places Moslems
from Israel were even barred
from tho Mosque of Omar and
Christians were permitted to en-
ter the city only once a year.
Defense Minister Dayan report
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lew and other restrictions on the
inhabitants of the West Bank would
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the next few days Gap,. Dayan told
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Secret Weapons Uncovered
LONDON rtnn Daily Mail asserted this weefc
that the Israeli Air Force had UfH
Km MCrtl weapons to achieve one
of the most fantastic feats in his-
tory the destruction of Naeaafl
sir force on its Kpxptian nuiwayi
. nd strips.
Ilie pa.er >i<1 thai examination
of photograph* of Masaer'i aha
lend soviet b.nit \ik; 0gbt<
showed "somaCbing very special
was u>ed against them Each <>n<>
of the planes, jf Mid, had be*n
hit in the engine and cockpit with
a single shot
Thi* was e'one, according to
rh# Daily Mail, by a rocket arm-
ed with a horning device, possibly
magnetic, developed by Israeli
scientists. The paper noted that
th# dummy, decoy plane* made
of wood and canvas, scattered
*rund the fields, wera not
teuchH nd that the Israeli pi
Mi la. ,...c etiy lor the real
planes.
The second secret weapon cred
ited to larael was ;. rocket-powered
iKunh designed lo destroj runways
Bj use ol this bomb, it said the
cnemj planes were trapped on the
ground and picked off at leiaur*.
Mrflelda in the vcr> heart ol Egypt
v ere devastated in thi- fashion.
.mi ol them at the i I I
range of the French bt ill \ auii
jel bomber
'l lie raid on the Luxor aixfie
the pa|Hi aid called tor exwen
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it asserted, cruised on one en^i e
and attacked on the first paaa o\ i
the target flow back on one
glne and glided into their o
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22SIVAN6:57
hearts.
ETm DAVID 2C26 SW 3rd Ave Con
Mrvativt Rabbi Sol Landau Cantor
A am W L'oaon
EUu
' ra Kalman 1
IETH
Boa
EL. SOC SW 17th Avt.
Rabbi Solomon Schift.
Ortho
M i
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BETH SR6L 770 40th St. Orthe-
do Rabbi Berel Wem.
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IETH JACOB JO' Washington Ave
O-tnoooi Rabbi Simr>ah T
S* 'thy Cantor Maurice Mamchet.

Etm KODESm 11sl s A T" *v
Moaen Traditional Bi' v
Shaoirc Cjrtor Benamm Ben-Ari.
U
I Itta-
ETM MOSHE CONGREGATION
Thxs page u prepared in ce-
OpcTeUieil ui:h trie Greater Mi-
ami RanJvnical Allocution.
Coord-n itor of featwet ap-
pearing here u
DR MAX UPSGHITZ
if-inttml leader o/ Beth Torah
Ct nfrrgjnrm of Horth MulrM
Beach.
1J6J0 W Dme h,. Conservative
Rabbi David Roienfeld. Canto' Sty.
mour H->kei
. I
eft V I .
h a
; '. -.., i, ; ..i. r
i ii.....i i" boat
4ETH SOLOMON M NW I1fi PI
Cenaerative Rabbi Aharon Feier
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IETH TPILAM 935 Euclid Ave O-
thodOK. Rabbi Joatoh E. Rackovsky
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ETH TORAM -Mth St and NE 11th
Ave Conservative Rabbi Ma Lip
ch ti Cantor Jarno Renter
\ N:to a. in I
V Mr-
, in

VNAi RAPHAEL 1401 NW 183rd St.
Comcr.it v Rabbi Ha; old Ricnter
Cantor Jack i-erner
HEBREW ACADEMY fuC tilne
Or OMhedes Rabbi Altnandtr S
Groat
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HOLLYWOOD TEMPLE SINAI 1?0-
Johnson St Conaervativt Rabb1
Oavio Shapi'e Cantor Yehuda*
Meilbra-m
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SRAELITE LtNTIR. 3175 SW Wth
St Conservative Rabbi Avow L
Drazm Cantor 'A Hum B. Nussen.
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lACOB C. COM EN COMMUNITY
S> NAQOGUE 'SJi Wash.ngton Avt
Orthodo Rabc T.bor H Stern
Cantor \'.tytr Engel
------
tNESETH ISRAEL 141S Euclid Avt
Orthodo Ratti David Lenrfitld
Cantor Abraham S<<(
THt RABBI SPEAKS rHOM HIS PULPIT
Long Hot Summer
In Turbulent Times
MINYONAIRES SYNAGOGUE. 3737
Bird Rd Modern traditional Mai
W Temchm. president Cantor Louil
Cohen
OHEV SHALOM 11 Normandy Or
Or-hodo*. Raebi Phineas Weber
man.
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sEPHARD C JEW Sh CENTER S4*
Collins Ave Re. Ca-tor Sadi Nah
mill
i Jm
in. Y LAKE
'9th Ave.
E Capl.-n.
SYNAGOGUE lftSI NE
Orthodoa Rabbi Jonah
!"EMPLE ADATH YESHURUN Con
it'vjli.. -025 NE 1Jrd St M Gardens Rd Rabbi Milton Schlmtky.
Cantor Maur.ce Neu.
CUBAN HEBREW
or Miami i4f
Orthoao* Rabbi
CONGREGATION
Washington Ave
Dov Roiencweig
*
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1
FT. LAUDERDALE EMANU-EL. 101
S Andrews Avt. Reform Rabbi
Richard M Leviton. Canto.- Jerome
K lament.
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FT. LAUOERDALE TEMPLc BETH
ISRAEL 547 E Oakland Park Blvd
Rabbi Philip Chaiton. Cantor Theo-
dore Mmdich.
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HALLANOALE JEWISH*. CENTER.
12s E Hallandaie Beach Blvd. Mea
J Wtrta off relates.
TEMPLE BETH AM SfMO N
O' So. Miami. Reform
Herbert Baumgard. Cantor
Kyrr.
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TEMPLE BETH EL OF
WOOD 1S91 S 14th Avt
Rabbi Samuel Jaffa.
Kendall
Rabbi
Michael
HOLLY-
Rtform
TEMPLE BETH RAPHAEL. 1548
Jefferton Ave. Conservative. Rabbi
David Raab Cantor Saul H. Braah.
Prtdaj m Btuuntaj I M m
Serntun Whs La Therr H-l*-llion
Hal i'ui J.lh l--ad-r!-*"
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TEMPLE BETH SHOLEM tf HoNy
wood 1725 Monroe St. Conservative
Rabbi Morten Matavsky. Canter Er-
nttt Sttiner
BY DR SAMUEL Z. JAFFE
Hollywood Temple Both El
A Ions hot summer stretches Ii
fort? us. V\e live in turbulent limes
marked by (real strife and conter
tion on a scale worldwide It Ls
time which tries
men's souls With
all our scientific
and technolojju ;il
advances which
ha\e brought u.s
so man> creature
comforts, with all
aur new medical
and p->cholo?*cal
koowledfje, hnh
i.i\ i extended the
span a ill -i\-
cn ii* new insights into hi:'
ha\ior we should thi h
and happiest of all ns
Yet we find ourselves the iii"t
confused, fi ted and fear rid
We an- engulfed in the \ orti \
of despair and apprehension with
dark and ominous shadows b*
clouding OUf path \\i need the
light of truth and faith, the wisdom
of the age. to show as the wav
The cyaieism which per\ades
our socit> ii not the answer It
only bocs us down deeper and
makes u> even more helpless If
anything, what we need is new
hope, opt mi sin and courage, ather
wise we are lost Like the Israelites
of old. we now find ourselves wan-
dering in the wilderness, afflicted
, with a spiritual infection which
erodes the soul and gnaws a: our
moral fiber
This malady- of the spirit has

comforts and material x
added just a little too much
tend around the vital orgai
has affected the heart
the h< arts art the | \
The Scriptural reeding '
Sabbath describes this kind
tiellion and the contempt .
havior on the part of Koi
nil company who challen .
tuthonty of Moses. The din
sequences of their action
serve as a warning to us
were swallowed up in tin
In these challenging days
everything Bailed down s.
he ioming loeet," we at
liscipsine ol the moral
our motions
and the hunger for self a.
tin nt
Prom whence cometh I
asked the Psalmist Km?
itual heights "f "iir faith, tl
echoes the aged-old t -:
Judaism. My help Cometh
the I>inl who made beavi
> Me will not suffer thy !
to stumble We must do *
can. what w? must We must
00 faith and rediscover OUI
resources and untapt>el n
if strength to persevere Ttt-
cret weapon whiih our Vlliai
raeli brothers u**d to oven-
their avowed enemie.s who w
t>*-nt on destrtiyinj: them, w
slogan, 'There is no alternate
This must become our ph.:
phy. the motto of our lives Tt
no time for cynicism or (fefr.r
It is the time of affirmation
must iaj yes. to life and yes
its genesis in our personal lives futh and yes to hope. ''Choos
AvtTtfrm/ca/ *Jclcv
i-icn
v,
roa rants
and in the attitudes we reflect It
has taken the form of open rebel-
lion against authority and a dis
July 2 C'h. 7. 10 am Still Small Voice"
Host l>r Max A Lipschitz. Beth Torah Congregation
Topic What is ToralT'-
July 2 ("h 10. 11 a m "Jewish Worship Hour''
Rabbi Alexander Gross. Hebrew Academy
July 4 Ch 2. 9:30 p.m "Man to Man"
Not on Air Julv 4
TEMPLE SETH SHOLOM. 4104 Chaat
Ave. Liberal Rattoi Leon K.reman
Cantor David Conviaar.
Krid.% ::, ;. m RabUIDmaaM Kranni regard for law and order and for
ill |>rvach i iurm C-ni. M ,. .. ... ,,
It. > .ii m. hi r.njr the muatesj por> {" *nctity of human life Ve
u"n' ,r") have become a self indulgent gen
~m "ration (Kir rich diet of high
TEMPLfc BfcTH TOV *4i SW Stn,i...:_ff
St. Conservative Rabbi Simon April !"""*
saturated with creature
and live is the admunii-
Seriptures We must learn to i
nel our energies and drive*
constructive and creative patt
striving for the common good
l) iring for th day "When the I
shall be one and His name Mial
One."
TEMPLE B-NAI SHOLOM. 1
22nd Ave. Conservative.
Abraham Reiaeman.
N
Cant
Z Confirmation At Temple Judea
Class of 1987 was confirmed Nancy Swiren. Robert t\itk. A
A TASTE OF HEBREW
pretenfea' by THE TAIBUTH FOUNDATION FOR THI ADVANCEMENT Of
HEBREW CULTURE ana1 fhe AMERICAN JEWISH PRESS ASSOCIATION
Etfitor: Dr. S hie ma KeOeva.
C:
c
Please meet Zipporah.
How do you do? (it is moat
pleaaant) My name is Hayun.
I know who you are.
We have been together (aeett
each other) in a restaurant.
Correct. I remember your face,
but I don't remember your
name (f).
You know many girls. It's hard
to remember all the names.
Why didn't you tell (f) roe that
you know (F) Hayim?
You did not ask me. That's
h> I did not tell you.
Where are you going?
We don't know yet.
Where are yow going?
I want to go (enter) inW a
movie.
Very good. We, too, are goinf
to a movie.
We are going together.
* ,an '"G9 ."ins a'^pj
\
rfft *c r^r," *m .j
jitroea nm trn
,^Vr' avn r,n
.^e^ r.M tyh Tir Vait.
^;a^ rrwna -,ao tim
siev* ?t th -'?:. rift,
]r?g ,*i?m rriri/ *t>
Ta-arin bj-h ffi
at*5TV arV -;^ :-:
??-> r.rm ph
raMn *,:r:* n; .-'ets a;a
., ...,
Oot>aa*o>oa
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.1
.2
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TEMPLE EMANU-EL. 1701 WiH-mg
ton Avt. Conservative Rabbi Irving
Lehrman Canter Zvi Adier
i... .. m >
We. n IUi MltsvAh all r-
. Mr- J.i. k I Rtri
a
TEMPLE ISRAEL OF GREATER MI-
AMI. 1S7 NE 1th St. Rtform. Rabbi
Joseph R. Naret.
TEMPLE ISRAEL OF MIRAMAR
J500 SW oth Way. Conaervativa.
Rabbi Irwin Cutler.
TEMPLE JUDEA. S9O0 Granada Blvd.
Reform. Rabbi Morna Kipper.
Ki Mksi I i in Ka Mi I Kll|.| .i :ll
TEMPLE MENORAH. S20 7sth St
Conservative Rabbi Mayer Abram-
owiti Cantor Nico Feldman.
TEMPLE
Tatum
NER tamo aoth St. and
Waterway. Modern Tredi
here recently at Tt mple Judea
Confiraiands participated in the
service, and a special prayi-r
1 hook, prepared by Rabbi Morris \
i Kipper, will be used.
Students in the confirmation class
were Debra Adams Roberta Ad
ams. Marc Kaskin. Deniae Banett,
Robert Kanett, Krancine Kdlnw
Neal Feldman. Harriet Freeman.
Michael (ioldbern. shelly (ioldman.
Beverly Greene, Scott Groaainger,
, Elayne Herns. Linda JacobMin
Also Joanne Kaufman. Michael
Kazan. Judith Kopolow. Ronne I>e-
bow. Alan LsrVtn, John Kibbler.
Hilarie Rosenfeld. Vuki Schwartz.
Stuart Serkin. Marleen Sperling.
tionai. Rabbi Eugene Labeviu. can- Joan Steinheimer. Judith Sussman'
tor Edward Klem.
TEMPLE OR OLOM. Conservative
8756 SW 16th St.. Miami. Rabbi
Ralph G l i x m a n Cantor Herman
Marchbein
K. r.il.
I- I .. m ) .ir Mi:/
i Mm Man ..1 \i.. k<
s\v ith ri
assemblv
u( ii Iielmrah WeinaRelti. >*
lensky and Philip ZesJUnd
General Hospital
Forms Auxiliary
Dr David Bai>new. admio '
of the North Hade General
pital. announced the forma'
a new volunteer auxiliary
officers protein, appoin'.
the Association of Florida rfOBp
Auxiliaries, include Mrs l>-
< row ell as president
Mrs PtiT) Chester and Mrs S
ney I'avilak. co chairmen of
membership, announced that
bership recruitment is a y
round project
SYNOPSIS OF THE TORAH PORTION KORAH
The earth cleaves asunder arid swallow, up Korah and Etta

you know (have
met) you aked
that's why
I have said
not yet
you said (f.)
to enter
(aato) the saovia
YOL'R DICTIONARY FOR TODAY
*^1Det
WFft
plca-sant
any name
I know (f) .
we have been
I remember
faoa
your name tf.)
you know
7
of
rjf' %Y*
n't*
ipr
T nijaj
TEMPLE SINAI OF NORTH MIAMI
Tempora-y office. 1SS01 NE 22nd
Ave. Reform Rabbi Ralph Kingsley
, rrnl- IS | m at Waahlmrton r
H>9 NE
'' Ka) Inaa ..? -i .
la) ;: i :-,
-n .( \lr i.n.l Mrs
. i
TEMPLE SHOLOM. 13f SW 11th Ave..
Pompano Beach. Conservative. Rab
bi Morns A. Shop Cantor Leon
Segal.
TEMPLE TIFERtTM JACOB 51 E
4th Ave Hlaieah. Conservative
Rabbi Maurice Klein.
TEMPLE ZAMORA 44 Zamora Ave
Conaervative. Rabbi Maawell Ser
ae- Cantor Ben Dichson.
TBMPLE ZION. S0O0 Miller Rd. Con
eervative. Rabbi Alfred Waaman
TIFERETM ISRAEL. 0400 N.
Ave. Conaervativa.
Miami
VOUNO ISRAEL OF GREATER Ml
AMI y*0 NE 171at St. Orthodoa
Rabbi 8herwin Stauber Cantor
Pincus Aloof.
m Saiur.l*> l;4S am
oftfu v\ .
h- 7 30 pm. full.,**,! L> Baoi
loa
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VOUNO ISRAEL OF MIAMI BEACH
1541 44 Waoeiiasytan Ave. Rabbi Naf
tali Perueh.
"And the earth opened her mouth, and swallowed them up
and all the men that appurtained to Korah" ,Num MJ9
. K<.>KrV'v.~. ^rah *n of ,zhar *n<1 Nathan and Abiram
,k1 f *,d a n'MU"n of 250 men who refused to accept
the leadership of Moaea and Aaron MoeeJ tried in vain to per
suade them that all was beinfl done aceordine to God's will Final
U^God Himself .cted Ami came to pau thai the pound
did cleave asunder that was under them And the earth opened
ner mouth, and swallowed them up. and the., boaseholdi
ail the men th.,t appertained unto Kurah. and all then goods
so they went down alive into the pit. and the earth doaed
upon them, and they perished Iron, among the assembly And
fire came forth from the Lord, and devoured the two hundi.
and fifty men" -Nun, li 31 38). To prove that Aaron had inde. d
been chosen by Cod for his priestly function. Moses instructed
every tribe to place its rod near the Aik of the Covenant m.r
aculously. Aaron's rod sprouted Thus ended the controversy over
tne priesthood. The portion proceeds to describe the various
emoluments that the priesLs and Invites received.
..T5ta ^T"^ "** W##*,y **"-* the Law la e-
2!!-a 'J?- hmm4 Vp0n "Jhm Cr*' *Hrv o* th JowisR
Ha*|t.oe edit* ky p. Wollm.n-Tsamir. $15 Publlshar Is
V*^V L ?? v#lomt avallabaa at 27 William $? Htm
l."?LLa?T^.Fr-d*,, **** '^M* distTibutin, Hm vohemo
a Josaa* Scnlarvft.


' Friday. June 30. 1967
+Je*i>ncrXMatn
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Rabbi Machtei
(Passes Away, 67,
Was Noted Leader

ftila!. June 23. on
A MiaiiU
1 htfr Fril
led his own funeral service
bi Samuel Max M.uhlei. 67.
450 SW 17th Ter.. .nade a tape
, r.nhng 18 months a no corn
of some of hi* favorite
..> irum the Bible and addi
mal paragraph;* of poetry, in-
linf lines from Alfred Lord
nyson.
Former spiritual leader of
Tempi* B'nai Srtolem in Op*
o:k, Rabbi Alachtei was also
founder *nd director of the old
Radio Synagogue on WICO dvr-
,n9 the 1930s and early 1940s.
t>bl MarhtiM come to Miami
in ano from Loog I>Iaml.
> in serve Beth David Congre*
and resigned two years
(0 lound the Radio Syria
1941, he took the pulpil <-f
Beth Shalom foi a yeai
.en became executive eice
m Nebo i emetarj. ..
- he held f-ir 15 yean
r |ea% in bi Maeh
. at into lemi ret.' mei I until
i Nrben be
D pulpit in
Hi rein sd laat
lie was the .uitn : lln- il
. God, *huh a> published in
l;i hie tape reconle I sen
pi Mathai tol 1 aaaembled
en i <> you art sralk
u!b me alone the araj I have
aona You mil recall the gold
Hire
' Death is a misnomer. I'm iu*t
qoing out one c'oor and into an-
other: iust like going into an-
other room."
Suivlvura include his arife, Edith
a daughter. Mn Naomi
be, both ot Miami, two broth
Nathan, of Miami, and Israel.
\.\* York, three sisters. Mrs
inQM Sloan. New York. Mr- Ika
CX. I'itufieM. l'a and Mn
Mendelsohn. Yonkers. N Y ;
iiree grandchildren
BABBI SAHUU MACH7H
Services were al Riverside chap-
el. Douglas Rd.. on Sunday. June
25. with interment in Mount Nebo
Cemeterj
Edward Cohen,
Pioneers' Son,
Dead at Age 59
s.ird H Cohen, 1878
s\\ lmh st Miami di< Sunday
29
native Miam
ian. the I
la n ith Fl< rnla
He w, havmq a'tended Washington and
Lea University and the Univer-
sity of M ami, atx* was in the
Actors Guild. He was a veteran
Of v^orloWarM
He bj his mother,
Mrs Ma Cohen; a brdther Murray
lister. Mr- Claire
rV< i.traub
Si rvices were June 28 at Gordon
Funeral Home, with interment in
ni Nebo i emeterj
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Wateri. They wit be dtl.iMed with
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laformation they aesatl receive from
ear hostess, a symbol o( tr,e coev
asuniry's traditional hospital .ty. Or
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The Storj of Creation was
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The piogram was directl
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Selditch and Mrs, A SolOQan. 'a
cult) ra.Miib.Ti, *M *thj .aah "1
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bat in honor of the children.
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Club Plans
Summer Social
The 1500 Men's Club has social
affairs planned throughout the
summer On June 18. there will be
;i Father's Da) dinner and Broad
wa> sh-iu. Ki-s Me Kate," at
the Deauville Hotel
Two visits to the Marine S'adium
are scheduled, with Skitch Hender-
son conduct ins the orchestra on
July IS. David Rose on Auk 19
Kmanuel Mentz is club president
Temple Beth Am
Confirms Class
Baumsard. Mrs Joseph Solomon
u :is chairman of the parent s com-
mittee
H-'th Am monfirmed the largest
confirmation class in it- history.
I he ceremoo) featured talks by-
four outstanding students in the
. i How aid Schero, Joni Good
man. Karen Manjplm. and Howard
Miehael-on
The confirmation class ha- been
taught li> Mr- Wayne Rogers, Mar
shall Fisher and Rabbi Herbert M
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Friday. June 30 1%7
!**% ffcot/grif: By DR. SAMUEL SILVER
Make Two Trips
To Israel Now
IF YOU .ntend tog 1
mj*- The
;ie yon no you will need all
k up
a- you anno ince
e a

i
relat:

wait
'

their own Fii -t
|
had k- ipli
ome
Th.
of whom they had i
Cousin i isidj kepi mal<
plea i consumed in tracini
and learning where unclei and aunt- had gone
n turned out to have .1 ipouse,
Um ha i relatives w h
4''-' > in the visiting Americans
Hence my advice You should plan two trips to
brae] The iir-t time you should do your looking
up" clion Then when you i;et back and you vc
! all the regards to American- you should
plan to return But the second time you ought to go
, tel*. Dor, t tell a s4Kil about your trip Then >ou
can tee the countrv too
Capitol Spotlight:
By MILTON FRIEDMAN
Doves And Hawks
u ashington
AN THE ADMINISTRATION DC a
warha .k ,i, v t Nan thit a dove oi
oast in.'lit in die Middle Ba
Thi- u tue question aakad by pro
i rag tits among foreign diplomats
Washington The administration's
BTi 10 hot,or guarantee- to Israel,
< h had In iboul the
artaaee ot implementing "commit
i: i tats t. South Viet Nam caused doubts
can roie m tecui ing a stable sral l<
it-
Aim allies saw Communist-supported Communisl
l ranges' and Communist-equipped Irab forces encirt
l i..el with the intention ..i exterminating it The) heard
State DepartmeM proclaim that the I niter! States
neatral m thought word, and deed When it bc<
..,'parent that Israel was winning despite the aloofness of
fnendiy i thi- po-uion a ... softened Is oni oi "non-
l.-lligererue
State I rs an sou tempted to
bartOf away Israel's gains to rest I mean Arab n
latiOM and safeguard oil Investments This tendency has
bceq soted bj nations whose tecurit) rests on the m
iity of the l nited States The American role in pei
giati being scrutinized with a view to Israel's
-. curit)
The sympal West (.em,an- -n.i the Weal
German pn..... hi i the Israelis The faUure
oi Israel previous!) outspoken frit v to side
th the Israi i observed throughout West German)
I Germai i m Was! merited lhal
:iuni-n iti that Isi nical Soi. i backi
nipt at m hat the Maj at tioi i his
term va- used b) tin- SS ti p in liqun i
liter "i hell
A ty pic al comment csm< Frankfu
Run) Little l-i om only oi
its army. i on the Uni
Stal II | not on Pram
thi I 'in: in doctrine of II have en Just
letten a the thn lion ime
i lited Stati h in \ I Ns bin
i ion ss a corrupt
it-elf neutial vsmmi thai
destruction oi imall big I iti
The same newspapei said the I oldiers I
not only protected their fatherland; the) have ilmid-
t.nieou.siy saved the i nited States from terrible Mams
probably rcacusd the tinted Nations, and knocketl the
Arabian raid out of the hand- of the Soviets before Use)
really could play it
Another newspaper. Die Welt." commented In Viet
Nam. the t'nited Slates prove- every day how seriously
il takes its protection obligation- but in spite of this, the
doubting question ruses inevitably, whether Johnson any
earlier than a minute before midnight would have sprung
to Israel defense if the Arabs had overrun that litUe
country."
Off fhe Record:
By NATHAN ZIPRIN
Soviet Union Deep 'Friendship*
ISRAEL HAS won the war BgSlltSl
unbelievable odds But it i- -till
to vin the p,
Humiliated by defeat, the \
world i- in deep confusion But it
ha- powerful fin ml- in the Soviet
I'nion and it- satellites who are
: eovertl. committed
tr.< i t policy of
n toe M dl< East While u i* uouu .i
'' to I It tent of joimns mill
tary hand- ba wh< at the ver) moment
ainst
1 : ty.il appi rtaint) tl mei
mined I the
v t ol 'heir ..w n n
Most
.m ally t.. II
line ol 1946 I'
S ly Council. M I to I
\ eneral A biou-
I to
mplish in the Se< ui it) I emei -.-
..
'. though
such a development might well signal the en
the inteinational society
It has from tune immemorial been a cardinal
axiom ot warfare that the spoils ot war. or cert
-ome of the gains, belong to the victor Pot a r.
to be forced into war and then be forced to re
linquish all of the fruit of victory is an incredible
thesis it in mo-t untenable in the case ot i
which did not BSel Arab land, but acquir.
resisting a concerted Arab effort to undo nineteen
,i/mg yean Of histor) ami a momentous Imted
Nations decision tlm' had the concurrence of th.
veiy powerthe Soviet Uniw that srould
liquidate I-'
In v leu M | it l- ( iear |
Israel i! lul trial- \
h..~ I ....,.
Imt in utilizii g the for I the I nited Natioi
olitical climati
i of isra i
n the recent -pate of -
, Moscow i Bpoki
e pit ol ind< l-i sel vi ith N

1 w ill re mem etemil
. '. thai made the notorfo i i >.
with Hitler. in the proi eta th it
an w.i- ,i
As We Were Saying:
By ROBERT E. SEGAL
What's l>rhiii F THERE STILL remain those in your
neighborhood who think the Far Kight
is not a threat to fundamental American
loin- you may want to take as your
convincing text the bandwagon iu\e of
the proposal now hacked by 32 stair
legislatures to -k the Ongroi of the
I nited Stati s to call a constituti<
com ention
A ha- been -tated in a lev* of our nTZ
Ostensible purpose ot thi- plan, shepherded by Sen Everett
M Dirksen of Illinois, i8 to give the .so states of the Union
the Option to elect one -eition of their bicameral legi-
UTS on a ha-is other than population But the BBSS
evident objective is to open up a whole new box full of
mi-chief inasmuch as a national constitutional convention
would have to in- held, bringing with it the possibility of
Ming the Bill of Bi^ht-
The Far Right i- mentioned in tins discussion of the
Dirksen proposal, chieflai because II i- clear thai it would
ITCI have been passible to get :?2 of the required M
states to petition Congress to call the convention had not
American Extremism swung into action behind S-
Dirksen'i plan That the radicals among our %mencan
c- wars prime movers wan seen m if*>4 when
m on Constitutiona Government opened
offices in Jelferson ( ity. |fo Tl directoi of that
Commissioi l, had pri
i-Civil Rights lobbj in Florida He knew how to
ibilize support i tl antee ol eq ialit) ol
ortunit) by law
Allied with Sen Dirksen and (he Far Right in this
miserabli undertaking is the American Farm Bur.
Federation Tin- i- only natural inasmuch thi
man. one \ ti concapi for both houses of all state 1.
siatuie- in anathema to America's lam ition, which
- a mere IS million plu- m i!tn had dwindled to 12
nuiiion plu- in iftj and soon will be practical!) of! the
illation charts
Among the 32 -rate- demanding a < "institutional < m
vention bv memorial;. tions and other leza
are Alabama. Florida Georgia, Louisiana, Maryland \l
pi North Carolina, South Carolina, Texas, and Virgi
l .. I he legislatures of these southern states are not mm!
rrned sboul air pollution and bi^ city traffic pro:
lerr.s. the;, wan! Ihls civil rights nunvnsf kuockei! in th--
bead and Sen Dirksen has partically kidded them int
thinking a call for a Constitutional Convention is the w...
to proceed
Fortunate!) there are many roadblocks in their wav
A helpful study made recently by Kichard L Strout. of thr
Christian Science Monitor, note sin Legislature reminded lon^resk that 35 states ha-l
filed application fol a constitutional convention since th.
lining of the Republic These petitions were on a
variety of rubjects, ol course, and in view ol the fact that
iresi al thai time brushed aside thn communication
it seems clear now that the diversified wording* of tbr
currcnl calls tor .i Convention n senator Dirksei
hi- partner- in 'he call
The carelessness characterizing -ome of the -t..'
- i- worth recoruii .. also Mrs H"bert J Stuart
president of the Li M'omen \ oters, has pointei out
lution p bng .. i.v the Coforad
tun A even punted up or -creened by
itee further thai the I ilatun held ssaanng-
24 hour ii"' ice
snd fortunate!) even J Congress docs find itsell
iated Into calling a < onstii I onvesttioa, -
ever that Convention proposed would have to ba appro*ed
b) :i m ever) ? "i the Mates it and ah msei I
even the most lethargic amor
will realize that it isn't Paris that's burning but
bed 2 -. a on frei dora rhoai Ubei
ire ii".. written functioning ..i
in the world .. ren irkabrj concise constitution
- compact the mischu the r*ar Right are
id hard to dish
Bcfween You and Me: By BORIS SMOLAR
Th
e
Big
Slit
CORTY.SECOND ST. in \ew ^
II \ .
H .. elo-e-l to K i..,; \|
I i- Times al the
other the Grand Cenl
People i hange trains .it these Iwo
ikum- t.ut th< !. aaon 42nd Si i-
Euroi. is tl
the dealers in Ion
lot ate.I the:
what Europe and
For da) I* fore the wai, it iti ly after
\. .-! ..I 11
lands were in commotion People bought
papers passionate!) 0n< buying .. paper will
-limn Russia as bsing the real cause of the trouble
another taking his paper will exclaim Six million
i- not enough for them, thev want to kill two million
more "
Tlve lb-brew pa|Mi- II...vn lure from Israel Mild
as fast as they were displayed Yiddish papers also
took a great splurge forward Even the Communist
Freihri. which doe-n't usually sell much, began
to sell Many Jews bought it out of curiosity, wishing
to see how a Jewish paper justified the Russian
support of Nassers planned destruction of Israel
2nd Street Today
B there wa lem.ind foi th.
eral run of Ion iiu (he 11
pers seemed
" crisis than t! rtcan
eekly, the States
''' the calling up of the
men ol Israt i foi a n sersici inten
her h i caUad I
am v at four o'd k in lbs mornin : Aao
Well, al :r h-i-h... |
PJ until f.-.ir u clock My Shmul.K
wu al midmghl lust when we ware
aboul to go to deep
Moahe Da said the writer of the Laadaa
Observer, reminds him of Mqntgoaaar) "He ha-
Monty's swa ,i unpetuoait) He us aUo an
Sging talker with a cynical brand of humor
One of In- humorous remark* during the Suez cam
n wj, hu laying that the only revenge be
would take on th.- captured soldiers would be to
make them eat the same food the Israeli soldier
eats Apparently Day an isn't crazy about 'army
grub."
Bshkol. the Observer noted, is also no appeaser
"He has a rough edge to his conversation."


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3fewish Floridian
Miami. Florida. Friday, June 30. 1967
Section '6
Miami Jewry in $5,065,000
Bond Purchase to Meet Crisis
shall S. Harris left member of the Florida Legislature
: :>'sents a handful of checks to Leonard Rosen, chairman ol
ihe Israel Emergency Fund. Totaling 55,900. the checks were
libutions from Harris feii. tors mo?t of whom
non-Jewish, confirming Ihe i toward the SI
rcmL
Emergency Fund
Campaign in High
Gear Fourth \\ oek
Miami's Jewry had respond'
Israel crisis with an outpouring of
Israel Hond purchase! winch rt|
resented a total ol i ihmi in
cash for Israel b) Wednes
tiiult. it .is reported at a dinnei
meeting ol Israel Komi leaders .it
th Fontaineblenu Hotel, gathei
hear an up-to-the-minute re|
bj i>r Joseph i Schwartz, world-
de head ot the Israel Bond Ol

i>r Schwartz flew Into M
im media I ) iftei returnii
Israi 1 (o
.. res poqsi
: tation ti Pi : Mn
Eshkol
The bu'k of the $5,065,000 in
Israel Bond sales was achieved
in a one-month crash drive start-
in/} on May 29. This one-month
achievement was by far larger
than ever sold in the Miami area
(Jreatei Miami's whirlwind cam
for the Ura
ol the I'!
. .il through Its (ourtfa w
this ueek *> a stead) (low ol i
inbutiona Nnt the total i ai ted in
lc i ount) past Ihe s~
,i l tin- first 2*
iei aaneral i I
Miami Jewish I >ii
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MM indi\ ulual :.
b) IEF headqt ... let 1317
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i -.- f Ukh lonatioi
from non Ji
Rosen stressed that "the imn
qency is far from over Isrtel is
.'ill estimating her losses from
both the war and the mobiliia-
' on periods preceding and follow-
ing the actual hostilities. This
figure is near the SI 000 000 000
- that's one billion dollar
mark And the continuing debate
in the United Nations, with the
non ending hostility of the entire
Arab world, means that Israel
cannot relax its guard for even a
minute."
IN- -..ud Sunday's night's dinner
i inch Hoi. I1 the Israeli
force heroes will participate
will be a highlight, but not Ihe
this hurtc ''
Miami
ind now J< a ho
isked lo give Thou
illied the) must
theii
a realistic amount < I
ne swittl is open -4
'3-0411 receive
additional gifts "
The number of meetings and
events aiding the UJA drive
continued to mount. Westview
Country Club members met Tues-
day night at the club in advance
Continued on Page 2 B
Among top national leaders of United Jewnh Appeal joining
with Greater Miami workers for the Israel Emergency Fund m
a daily 'telethon which added scores of thousands of dollars
to UJA totals are Max Orovitz (left) and Harry Frankel. Tele-
phoning continues from offices of Greater Miami Jewish redera-
tion. serving as IEF headquarters. from Gull American offices
oi general chairman. Leonard Rosen, and from numerous local
Jewish agencies joining in dramatic. 30-day campaign.
Ot. JOSfPH SCHWARTZ
in any one year, it was poin'od
out by Aaron Kahan, executive
director of the Israel Bond Or-
ganization. The largest prior
sum ever sold in a one-year pe-
riod was S3.6S0.0OO. sold in the
entire year of 1966.
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Ivosygin Insists Israel Must Withdraw as Prelude
To Talks on Peace in the Middle East
UNITED NATIONS I.ITA) -
Soviet Premier Ateksei Kocygin
laid a prese conferenca hen' Sun-
daj night that he reached no agree
mcnt with Preaktent .luhnson on
the Arab-Israel situation during
their summit meeting m Glaai
j>oro. n J became he Inaiated on
the immediate withdrawal of the
Israeli force* from the conquered
Arah territories while President
Johnson wanted this question to
.. ,i ui' red a part \ <>f problems relating to
ihe situation in Ihe Middle East
I'h. So iet Premier add< d how
ever, that there was agreement be-
tween mm and President Johnaon
that, with regard to tunher efforts
and activities on the Middle East
issue, Seentarv of State Dean Husk
and Soviet Foreign Minister An
drei Gromyko would remain -in
in"1;!'! to work ok 'he iaauea
relating to the situation in the
Middle East
Mr. Kosygin expressed his
"bolief" that the United Nations
is "duty-bound" to adopt deci-
sions favoring the withdrawal of
the Israeli troops "because fur-
ther procrastination in carrying
out that step could only enhance
the risks of war breaking out
again." He said that "if the Gen-
eral Assembly decides in favor of
the withdrawal of forces, every
state, big or small, should com-
ply with that decision."
Noting that the General Assem-
bly decision on troop withdrawal
would be <>niy a recommendation
to the Security Council, the Soviet
Premier added that, should Israel
then fail to withdraw its troops
after a vote to that effect by the
("oun< ii "sanctions" would hate
to in- imposed against Israel
Jordan 9s Hussein Threatens
New, Hard Battles to Come
i mi ED N ITIONS i r \
Israel Pi Ministei \
Ebon pelled out before Ihe emer
p- cial session of the Sen
era! Usembly Honda) an agenda
for peace* which looked toward
full itl asenl oi all the problems
arising from this month \
Israeli war. Including Ihe status ol
the hoi) places m Jerusalem
v i ban addressed the Vssem
hi> after It had heard .Ionian's
Kini H uaain repeating Ihe fa
lar \ish eharges ol un
:i In his address Ihe
danian monarch, who called foi
he forthwith return ol Jerusa
i otter areas captured from
Jordan, asserted that Jordan would
loam to use modern weapons ol
war and would rise again against
Israel when the time is ripe, un
> .s Israel withdraws its (ones im
mediately from territories it had
taken trom Jordan
Mr. Eban's address was a reply
to numerous statements made
previously, during the current
session, by the Soviet Union,
Britain, France, King Hussein of
Jordan and many other Arab
speakers. But the only govern-
ment he castigated outright was
the Soviet Union. He charged
that the USSR had "stimulated
and is nom renewing an arms race
in the Middle East." He noted
that, in the last IS years, the So-
viet Union had not once called
on any of Israel's neighbors "to
respect her statehood and sov
ereignty."
'The SOVtet I Dion,' he declared
"has not heen an impartial power
working for peace and security,
irridci
mis h.< li planned ihe
liquidation ol a neii hbor state it
s in that light that the Soviet
. i a.s before this Assembly
>hould be appraised, criticized and
rejected M) Government indig-
nant!) rejects any statement, from
whatevet source- thai h
is responsible for Ihe hostili
ties which broke out this month
Mirr delineating separately the
ptian and the Jordanian phases
this months war. Mr Khan
called attention to the fact that
many Government leaders have
railed in the Assembly or outside
the United Nations for peace be
Iweenl the Arabs and Israel and
for timing withdrawal of troops to
a point alter peace solutions have
been found In this context he men
Honed President Johnson and the
Prime Ministers or Foreign Minis-
ters of Denmark. Italy. Rumania.
Belgium, Canada and Brazil Then
he tame to what he called the
"agenda for peace "
The first essential, Mr. Eban
insisted, is "a dialogue'' between
the Arab states and Israel and
the recognition that "intermedi-
ate armistice arrangements have
had their day." If Egypt claims
there is a state of war between
her and Israel, he said, "then
there is a state of war, and
Egypt cannot complain of the
consequence of its own doctrine."
The only course to assure a fu-
ture of peace, he declared is
peace itself.
In the kind <>f peace settlement
Israel seeks, he pledged, "Weshall
establish all the conditions of a
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and secure i" ace b) mutual
nenl li there is .< do trii e ol
tuall) expressed, then
freedom nl navigation follows spot
taneouslj There is a common in
lereM in avoiding topographical
ind tactical situations congenial to
border disputes
"In conditions "t peace there is
no Incentive to perpetuate refu-
gee problem We should all strive
to ensure that those who are now
i. become the productive
citizens oi sovereign states In this
spirit, we have alread) established
a Settlement Authority t<> work
for the integration of refugees into
omic life
"Similarly, we are taking steps
to ensure that the interest of the
world's religions in the peace,
sanctity of the holy places and
free access thereto is expressed
in agreed form. For the first time
in 20 years, Jerusalem is not di-
vided, is not a military frontier
and offers access to the shrines
of all three great religions. Con-
ditions are thus ripe for the ful-
fillment of spiritual yearnings
and ideals."
In his address. King Huaseln
charged that Israel had planned its
ressiofl for 19 years and had
linallv perpetrated "a monster,
sneak aggression that has been
paralleled in history only by Ja
pans attack on Pearl Harbor. He
Charged Israel with 'viciOUS treat-
ment ol Jordanian civilians and
prisoners of war He accused Isiael
of aggravating the Arab refugee
problem He demanded that the
Assembly recognize clearly that Is-
iael had invaded three Arab coun-
tries and must withdraw its forces
immediately He told the Assem-
bly that Jerusalem is now in for-
eign hands tor the first time in
l.ooo yean
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Honor Graduate
Deborah Ann Grant, daughter ol
Mr and Mrs Howard B Grant, ol
Larchmont, N Y received the
Bachelor of Arts in Education de>
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ercises at Michigan State I'nivei
sit> June II
i ,i; ped .i- one ol the 50 "out
standing senioi women," Mi>*
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Senior < ind on
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, id ai the VM and \UI l
Miami on Saturdaj at
pm Professional caller will be Bill
Palm a tier Refreshments will be
served
To the question wjusthjer the So
Met Government would favor dis
continuation Of arms sales to coun-
tries in the Middle East, as well as
freedom of passage through the
Gulf of Aqaba and the Sue? ('anal.
Mr Kosygin replied that. Iirst. Is
rael must withdraw its troops be-
hind the armistice lines, then the
Other questions could be con
sldered
In replying to another question,
Premier Kosygin reiterated his
stand outlined in his speech at the
Genera! Assembly asking for the
condi mnation ol Isi at 1 as an
gressor, withdrawal ol Israeli
Muops and the payment ol co
pensation bj Israel for war dam
- Thi*
orate the internalional situat
and would be ., li --
lioi -
Asked what steps the Soviet
Government may take to ham-
per China, should she attempt '.o
supply the Arab countries with
either nuclear weapons or the
means to manufacture them, the
Soviet Premier said that he does
not think that "the question sim-
ply arises of China giving nu-
clear weapons to these countries
On the question of whether the
Soviet L'nion would contribute to
"i peace in the Mid
lie East bj embargoing arms ship-
ments in the area as u is being
i by France and Britain, Mr
Kosygin said that "this ii ques-
between the Arab countries
and the Soviet l'nion He reiter
ated ihat he considers "the tirst
and most important issue" the
bringing about Of the withdrawal
of the Israel forces behind the
1949 armistice lines When that
is done. he stated then all the
other questions that maj arta (..
msidered and resolved
Queried whether he would con.
nielli on reports of a new wave of
anti-Semitism in tin Sot. let I i
a> a result of the Arab-Israel u
Premier Kosygin replied:
"Well I can only surmise that
that is an invention trumped up
by the author of the question
himself. There ntv^r has been
and there is no anti-Semitism in
the Soviet Union and so there
can be no question, either, of any
new wave because there hasn't
been an old one. The Jews in the
Soviet Union enjoy all the rights
on an equal basis with all the
other citizens of the Soviet Union
Many of them occupy very high
responsible posts. One of my
deputies, a Deputy Prime Min
ister of the Soviet Union, a
Jew, and there arc many Jews
among the scientists and states
men and men in other portions
in the Soviet Union. There is nc
anti-Semitism in the Soviet Un-
ion, and I think thjt allegation*
to that effect are designtc1 tc
create certain difficulties and tc
depict in a false I'tht the iitua
tion in our country."
In replv to anothi r que*I
us talks Pi
Johnson / ill not i I hi.* r<
lions w ith the trab statt Mi
Kosygin aid he did not discuss
Sot iet Vrab relations with M
Johnson He declared W< mail
lam very good relations with the
Arab world, verj good relation*
the Arab states enjoj great trust
and confident c the v
I nil
\v hi n asked whether, in the
light oi ins direct talks with Pres
Johnaon he favors direct
talks between the leaders ol l-
and the Arab states, he said That
is ., question which the A rah states
should decide upon and reph
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WlM : 'ho P.- -:, .
: i take a nioiH' :-. this
and drive around the country,
thought the, uouldn t make
l-.lmite plan- Howevor,
\ihilc they are roaming, they will
be m MaattgaoBery, over la At
lanta for the annual fami'v r
union, up to New York with two
other Uein brothers and their
wives, on up to Niagara Falls
then back to Atlanta There.
they will resume their trip alone
and >-o to Henderson v ilk- and
pick up their youngest daughter,
Path, who will '>, leaving Blm
Star Camp Thence, they will
take her to Catlinberg. Tenn .
Cherokee. N.C and of eo
OVW to Franklin, where the) will
dig for gems Thi-y will return
t" Miami via Sara-ota where thev
will v -.' 'heir youngest ion, b '
hv. hi* wife. Judv ami then 0 1
es( granddaughter. Joy M et
ing them in Atlar.' i will be Bobby
nd h^ lamily the.r oldest
U his w Hi an.I their
.id thev wHI in- |oined bj
their '.. ighter Judi. who now
lues in Atlanta It ~ nice not
tn make definite plans' P S
The) will be home hilt in time
to move out of their home into an
apartmnt while their new home
is twinj; huilt.

l)r .lanice Sherwood and hub
by, fashion expert Warren Sher
wood, hooted a dinner party hon
n- Am .Utendir.. u ore
Judge and Mi- jason Berkn an,
Rabbi anri Mrs Bernard Sboter,
from Sarasota. and Mis- BtVi
Keusch

Mis Alexander Kogan is plan-
ning a most interesting table for
the Miss Universe Chants Coro-
nation Ball July 16 at the Fon-
tainebleau Hotel Among her
guests will be her son. Michael,
and his bride, her brother and
sister in law. Mr. and Mrs Jules
Morstein. from Baltimore, and
R..oi and Mrs Irving I.ehrman.
of Temple Fmanu El .
Mrs Kogan is decorations (hair
man for the ball She if a
hard worker and a firm believer
in the needs of the Humane So
Ciet) of (ireater Miami, of which
"he la also a director Exotir
Garden! have donated all of the
floral decorations for the ball
Mr and Mrs Saul Haher left
Tucsdav to attend the hris of twin
grandsons born to their son. Dr
Julian Stuart Haher. captain in
the United States Air Force, and
Mrs Haber. the former Gloria
SilverstetB The twin boys
join two brothers Dr Haber
is stationed at Fort Worth. Tex
. Both he and Mrs. Haber are
graduates of the University of
Miami
HKKfSSING KM JOB COtM
Mrs. Brenner to Head
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WICS Project Here
Mis William I Brenner hs
Ih n a| i intod local w ICS
(Women in Com in unit) Sen
Okjui
rector foi the wr s for
the year 19*7-68
w u S is an i <1. inter-
r.: gioui orgwh iti n which
cruita '.us. and processes girls
between the age- oi lti to 22 for
rpc training It has been in
. ni in Dade County linCC
Mrs In nner lu- been affiliated
M th : rogram since its incep
as Section proaidenl of
the Nati nal Council of Jew sh
Women, then ai an Interviewer,
and as assistant project director
\ resident of Dade County
1929 Mrs Brenner is ite
Miami Senior High School, the
University of Miami (ABl and
..I hi elemen'ai j education at Rii
erside Elementary School Her bus
d is William I Brenner, a local
attorne)
The W1C8 off.ee is at 1829 W
Flaghi St and i- sponsored b)
the National Council of lev
Women National Council of Cath
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Fla. Aux. ^Jewish Floridian
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Mrs. Brown
At the 16th annual convention of
'he Ladies' Auxiliary, Department
of Florida. Jewish War Veterans
of the I nitcd States. Mrs Nat
Brown was elected president
tin Brown, a resident of Dade
Count> since 1921. has been active
in organization work since coming
to this area from Philadelphia. She
vi as an organizer and charter memb-
ei of the first Jewish War Veteran
\u\:har> m the State of Florida
organized in Miami In 1937. and
named the Frieda llarkowltl Post
mil Auxiliary.
In 1947. the post was renamed
for the son of Mr and Bin N'at
Hi own. a native Miamiam. Norman
Bruce Brown who was killed In
action over Okinawa in World War
II
Mr Brown was elected command
er of the first Jewish War Veterans
everal years later Mrs Brown was
elected president of the Auxiliary
Mrs Brown has served as Vete ;
rans Administration voluntary
MRS. NAT BROWN
services representative in the I oral
Gables Veterans Hospital for many
years, and in 1962 she wa> chosen
'Won n ot the Year in JWV \
One of the highlights ol the
luncheon given in honor ol the
outgoing president, Mrs Arthur
was the naming ol Mrs
Brown's Sister, Mis Anna Mink
as this year's Woman of the
Year
Other officers elected were Mrs
Meyer Cohen. Senior vice presi
lent. Mrs Xelda Class, junior vice
president Mrs Dan Abromowitx,
treasure) Mrs Sail) I>-v> chap
lam. Mrs Sol Spielberg, patriotic
Instructress; and Mrs Rose Sch-
wartz, guard
Emanu El
Fetes Library
Temple Fmanu Fl Library was
honored recent!) hv the Jewish
Book Council ot Amcru a Libl arian
Mrs Huth M Abelou received the
award on behali ol Temple Emanu
El
Mrs Al.elow also attended the
vention of the Association of
Jewish Libraries In Boston Con
vention workshops and sessions
were held at Harvard University,
the Boston Public Library, Temple
Kehillath Israel of Brookline, and
Hebrew Teachers college.
Newly-elected leadership for the Florida Women's Division.
American Jewish Congress, are seen at the recent annual
election luncheon meeting. Lett to right are president. Honda
Women's Division and national vice president Mrs. Irving B.
Kaplan; Mrs. Samuel Rosenstem. president, Miami-Coral
Gables Chapter; Mrs. Sva Blum, president. Louise Wise Chap-
ter; and Mrs. Jack Shapiro. Justine Chaptei.



* Am / U Ik r*M >r
rnday. June 30. 1967
lAJeddinq J^clU Avmc; K^)ut as J^riAcs U/Mn^c Jheir ^\anic*
Ge rontmu s- A n ge I
.. at Countr> C!*ib in H
j. l 10* si* f the inJ.i^
V F Yi and
" Beatwaj Iuik- 25
rbert Baumgard
the v^ca>jon. the bride wise
-hter of Mr and Mr*
-0 SW 62nd P; So.
iltaf-i. wore an elegant c.odle
. bt aleocon lace cage, gown lag
una neckline, lona ace
apered sleeves and peau de
bord-r The court train edged w.th
laee (loved into a chapel t
He. matching alencun lace cap
poof of Fi

Tht | he son of Dr aad
' "-. GeroaM : 825 SE
th Lauderdase and he bad
bru. Lames -- hat boat
-:'jded Leonard ("reroae-
ld Frankel
- Robert (ieroneir u- and
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.chael Winter
Frank*! P
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ed Mr- l;x degree n ptvcholosv iron
Sapttic Newcorr >. College w nere
a
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ms. mam swot
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of Public Welfare
Trie
P*y at Tatene Ua.i
tj -here he wa* a membe'
/eta Beta Tau He aril enter NYl
bet
Reception followed the ceremony
at the Diplomat Country Cub The
cnaple are honeymooning in Ja
maica and il! live a: 334 E 25th
Apt 25. New York City
Swo>et-Horenstein
The lormer L-nda Hore'
and Mark Jonathon Sweet are hon
eymooning m the Pocono Moun-
tain* of Pennsylvania
The couple exchanged 6 o
wedding vows on Surma. Jur.
at the Shelborae Hotel Rabbi
Isaac Ever officiated
The bride is the daughter
and Mr* Bernard Hor* -i3t
Ch-se Ave Miami Be-*
The groom i- the v. and
Mr* Jennie J SKl of 401 79th
Beach
Maid of honor I
Wendy HaraO
eluded the A
Sw.- ->er
N
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Beach H
and a'tendrd the I n:
here the majored in art
The znMjm received hta fr-
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where he belonged to !'.
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and i* a graduate of the '.'nivt:
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Mivi Lenort- Bet>> Benn chox fo.
"atr Arddm^ -m Saturda> Jun-24
Her bouquet was composed ot
white orchid*
The bnde .* the daughter of Iff
and Hn Frad Benn. 1483U ME
lltn Ave No Miami
and her new husband Mr
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The sroom i* the *on of Mr and
Mn Jose Vaatura 6225 L^Goraa
Dr Miami Beach
Matron of honor i. Mr> Jack
Ventura Violet Ventura wa maid
of honor Bridesmaids were Mar-
jorie Cohen and Paula Lipzin
Be>t man vai Jack Ventura, and
Nathan Benn Franklin Ventura
2nd Barrv *.harp- were u*h
bnde ii a *enior at Barrv
Caflagf, majoring in biulog> and
minor.ng in education She bel
to Phi Theta Kappa, honorary:
Lambda Sigm*. honorarv. and
Dean's Conference She graduated
from North Miami High School
where she wOj a member of Na
tional Honor Society. Sorruta Club
Junior Classical Club. Para Mvdic!
Club, and B'nai B nth Girls
She was a debutante at the Am
ba*sadors Ball in the Fontaine
bleau Hotel last December
The groom was valedictonai. -'
Candler High School 1:1 Havana
and attended Columbia I'mver-
He 1* a partner in the fatal
diamond importing fir.i.
Reception followed the ceremonv
at Beth Shoiom After a Miami
Beach honeymoon, the couple will
live a: I^r.ielot Hall 10350 W. Bay
Harbor Dr Bay Harbor Island

Ersoff-Dranow
Miss Mar'.ene Rose Dranow b<
came the bride of Burum A Lr^olf
in evening nte Sunday. June 25
at the Barcelona Hotel.
Rabbi Morton Malavsky. of Tern
pie Beth Shoiom Hollywood, offi
c.a*- d
The bnde is the daughter of Mr
and Mrv Imng Dranow 1847 S*
15th St Miami The groom 11 the
Mrs Rhea Ervoff and the
Ute Mr Nathan Ersoff of 6*i24 SW
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For her wedding the br.le -eore
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The bodice was embroidered with
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Continued from Preceding Page
id from Miami Beach Senior High,
wbere she served as secretary- of
the? CBE Club. Her sorority was
Delta Psi Gamma. She is employed
al the First National Bank of
Miami.
The groom is a graduate of Mi
ami Senior High and attended the
I niversity of Miami He will re
turn to the Pennsylvania College
of ootornetry in the fall as a junior
Reception preceded the candle
liht ceremony Dinner followed
the wedding in the Coronation
Hoom of the Barcelona, with lav
coder, pink and blue ai color
themes.
The couple will honeymoon in
Jamaica and tour Florida. They
will remain in Miami until the fall,
when the) return to Philadelphia

Young-Falk
Mr -ikI Mrs Henry Falk. for-
merly of North Miami Beach, and
now of Cherry Hill. Ni.J announce
the marriage of then daughter,
Miss .tudith Hope Falk to Mr
IMnald D Young
The nioom i> the ton of Mr and
Mr- Simon Young oi Philadel
phia Pa
The veedOing and reception took
place 00 Sund.iv June 25, at Mcr
ion Cat*r*ri in Cinnaminson, \ .1 .
when- Rabbi Richard Levine ol
Temple Emanuel, Willing!.....
\ I officiated
Mr- Young was graduated from
the L'niveraltji of Miami School of
Education and i currentl) teach
ing in Cherrj Hill
Mr Young, a graduate of Drexel
ln-titute of Technology, it emploj
ed In New Haven Hoard and Car-
ton Co
The newly weds will live in Cherry
Hill on their return from a honey
moon in Acapulco and Mexico Citj

Zager-Stone
A Jamaica honeymoon followed
the wedding ceremony of the tor
mcr Judith Stone and Mr Ira
Zager
The couple exchanged 9 p m
*-eddang vows on Saturday, Jul" -'"*
at the Algiers Hotel Kabhi Max
Lipschiti officiati I
Tlie bride of I960 ^> Gla I Dl
No Miami Beach, la the dan .luer
of the late Mr and Mi- Will
Stone The groOBS'l parents .ir, .|r
and Mr- Carl Zaxer ol 1130 \r
178th 1> r \o Miami Bi < h
Poi the occasion, the bride cat
iud a weiidmg bouquet of v.hite
i tnd oi chidi
Matron of Honor wai m
Richard Ooldkerg Miaa Amy Beta
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Bridesmaids included the Mi--- -
Caren Zagei 1 teborah Za get and
Sandra Margolis
Beat man srai Gary Pollack:
i ihera included Don v* Inoki i
Stephen stone. David Levine, Huh
aid Goldberg and Jeff Lynn.
The bride l- a graduate ol North
Miami Senior High School an
former member of the Miami Bal-
let < 0
The groom attended the Univvr
sit\ of Florida for two yean
graduated from the University ol
Miami with a BBA degree In a<
counting He belonged to Beta A.
pha l'-i. accounting honorary, and
Alpha Kpsilon Pi, social fraternity
He u/il] U' attending the i niversity
Of Miami School Oi I aw in the fall
Reception followed the ceremony
at the Aimers The co.iple will live
in Miami Beach.
Blecker-Banti
Mr and Mr* Phillip B&\ anl
Blecker are honeymooning la Nai
-,i,i llie> will live in Dearborn.
Mich on their return.
w
MRS. PHILLIP BLKKIK
Tin former Eileen Band and her
om cm hanged wedding vows
ire Rabbi Max 1 ipachiti at Beth
Torah I ition in l p m a i<
monies on Sunday, June 26
The bride is the daughter of Mr
and Mrs channon Band. 820 NE
178th Ter No Miami Beach The
groom's parents are the Abraham
Bleckers, lti2l NK 8th Ave No
Miami Beach
Newly wed Mrs Blecker chose .
lace bodice with scalloped neck.
Ionl; pointed sleeves, empire waist,
m Aline .skirt, and long tram lie;
bridal bouquet was composed ol
white orchids
Maid of honor was H.i
Band Myra Kpstein. Marilyn Dorf,
and Cecelia Davidson were brides
maids
Ira David Blecker acted ,i- b< it
man. and ushers were I eslie
Brown, Stephen Berger and Martin
Kuffner
The bride graduated from Miami
Norland Senior High School, at
tended the University of Miami
will go to Wayne st.no Uni
\ rsity in the fall.
Thi raduated fro n Nortl
Miami Senior High School, Miami
Dade Junior < ollege, and Plot ida
Atlantic University.
Reception followed the wedding
at Beth Torah Alter a honeymoon
spent in Nassau, the groom will he
working for the Ford Motor Co in
l>< arborn.
Levine-Melson
Deborah Sue Melson, daughter of
Mr and Mrs George Melson, of St
Petersburg I-I.i became the hridc
of I'aul A Levine, son of Mr and
Mis Victor Levine, ">5 W 31st Kd
on Sunday. June IK. at 4!5 Bnckell
Ave,
Rabbi Morris Skop. who had of
Heated at the groom's Bar Mitzvah,
conducted the double ring ccie
mony. The gold wedding band of
the groom's maternal grandmother.
the late Mis Adolpli Damn, was
used.
For her wedding, the bride wore
a handmade gown of silk chiffon
over peau de soie In an a line
design, with long medieval chifl
sleeves embroidered with crystals
and pearls The headband of her
wai-t length veil matched the sleeve
embroidei >
Attendants were matron ol h
Mis .lames Handle and best man
Marshall Levin The groom's bro
tlicr-. Stephen obert, and Andrew
Let me. were ush< i -
The bride graduated from the
Art Department of Dixie Hollins
Huh School m st Petersburg
at present i- employed as an artist
with Leo Jaj Rosen Associates
Mr Levine attended the Univer-
sity of Florida and the Universit)
of Miami, from which he received
a Bachelor of Aits degree He Is
member of Pi Lambda Phi Prater
nity. and at present is associated
with Metropolitan Publishers Re-
presentatives at !1M Lincoln Kd
Following the reception. the
couple left for Puerto Rico and the
Virgin Islands Upon their return.
the) will Ih- at home at 333 l nivei
sitv Dr (Oral Cables
ut of town guests included Mrs
Ah in Steinberg and her daughters,
Adi ian and Jill, of Kensinj ton, Md ;
Mr and Mrs Nathan s> hwartz of
Silver Spi m-. Md and Mr- Steph
en Levine, of Atlanta. Ga Mrs Lou
MeCrea, of st Petersburg; Miss
Miriam Met iea. ol Jacksonville;
and Miss Sail) Palmei ol i l> ai
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Lerner-Donnet
Tom Diane Donnet and Mr
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Th. bride i- the daughter ol Mr
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> A*?/ Friday, lune
WOMAN Of THE WEEK
How does it feel to be the wife of the new commander
erf the Honda Department of the Jewish War Veterans'"'
Well, answered Trudi Stern slowlv "it doesn t feel
any different He's still the mo-t wonderful person in the
world No wonder she thinks M You wouldn't believe it
to took at Trudi's trim shape,
sparkling eyes and vivacious man-
ner, hut she has had 13 mayor
operations since she was married
Tntdt was the oldest of two
tirls born in Peterson, N..I. I'p
until the time she was 13, she had
a normal childhood, with all of
the fun that little girls have Then
developed ulcerated colitis
jnd from then on. Trudi had no
mure formal education it was all
done b) tutors or m if taught
In 1944. 'h< Lach family moved
M ^L % ^ to Florida, thinking it would be
aa\ w good for Trudi's health In between
HBWI times, when she fait good, she ua-
i active in the communitj She joined B'nai B'nth Young
Women, and it was at \hc convention where she wai
it of District 5 that she met James Sti rn He pro
posed in ten minute*, and despite the fact that both she
and her mother told him about her health Trudi married
her Jimmie and thej have lived happily ever after
r Trudi found that he read everything about her
eai aod therefore knew how to cope with what came
alon^ Trudi leels that due to her manv yean of illness
she has had more time for thinking She feels that she has
had a personal relationship with God. who has never failed
her Many times, her faith and her husband and the doctors
have pulled her through
She worlu in an office as a leeretery, hi vice president
of \\- Ifj imi Peal 223 Ladies Auxiliaiv of the Jewish War
Veter tin United Mates and has a marvelous cook
book collection and recipe file She would work on the file
when she wa> in bed. as well a> continue to educate herself
with a little embroider) work thrown in for good measure
She is on the board of the 1'nited Ostomy Association
Trudi started the Atlanta Group She writes a column.
und the Globe," in the quarter!) magazine put out to
help people to adjust to a new art) of living after thi-
type ol operation She ha- alo helped with the Self-Help
Croup in Miami
Both she and Jimmie are interested in the Ostomy
of visitation Manv times he bai gone with
her when they have had a late phone call at night aha to
talk to the oatomate (Trudi had her own operation in 19521
and Jiminu isure the husband In fact. Jimmie has
been thro igh SO much wi'h his own wife that he considers
himself the expert The Sterns feel that the stress of all
the illness that preceded and was part of their married
until a few yean ano gives them son,.-ion. spi
Ever) da) they feel, is a v;ift; and they trv to give back
U iniii li a- they are able Now Trudi is better, and she is
looking forward to gatag with Jimmie on his trips and t<>
the conventions ihat are on the agenda Trudi has her faith
and her Jimmie, and the Jewish War Veterans of Florida
have quite a man for their new commander

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JjriJles Kmfhanme Jhcir Continued from Pae 7-B
sisttr Mrs Pred A Lepow
was matron of honor The groom'i
best man was his brother. Frank
Dean Lerner. Ushers were Fred
enck A Lepow. Skip Oursler Jr.,
Michael Rabinowit/. Daniel Bel
lack. Daniel Spigel and William
i Greene
The groom attended Texas A and
M University, majoring in aero
nautical engineenng He is the KM
of Mr. and Mrs Irving I>erner. of
Ft. Worth. Tex. He was an officer
in the Air turps and served as a
helicopter pilot in Viet Nam He
was highly-decorated and has earn-
ed personal commendation from
Idea Westmoreland Presently, he
Iif a pilot with Eastern Airlines
After a honeymoon in England,
the couple will be living in the
Miami area, where Mr Lerner h
'based for the airline
Apple-Goldsmith
Temple Beth Sholom of Holl)
wood was the site of th>' reading
of Sandra Gail Goldsmith and
Ronald Paul Apple on Sunday,
June 25 Rabbi Morton Malavsk)
officiated at the 7 pm ciremonv
The bride is the daughtei of Mr
and Mis Sidne) ,l Goldsmith, Tu"
N i nth Ave Hollywood The
groom is the son of Mrs Jane
Apple of 3230 SW 85th A.e Mira
mar. formerly ol Miami and the
late Mi Mas Apple
Foi he bi ide chose
an imported lace and linen gown
and carried a Bible with a cascade
unite orchids and white rotes
Matron of honot was Mrs San-
ford Balber Alau Apple was beat
man for his brother Ushers in
eluded Michael Goldsmith, I.arr\
Kline. Richard Knee Mark Levine,
Steve oberman and Howard Rosen
thai
The bride graduated from South
Brow aid High School and Mt Si
School of X Ray Technology She
is presently employed as a regi
stered technologist at Hollywood
il Hospital.
The groom graduated from Mc
Arthur High School, and is .. sales
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Miss Patsy Ann Tleger i* i
Mrs Allan Michael (iiaser in j 30
I'clock ceremonies >' Tgmpli
Fmaun Fl on Sunday, June 25 Hi
Irving I-ehrinan officiated
The bride is th- dau^h'er of Ml
and Mrs William A Refer, 1805
79th st Cauaaaraj Miami Beach
The if room's parents are the David
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July 4 Family
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Independence I > .< v Jul) 4 rill
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Da) at the VM and \MIA ol
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All "Y" faciUtiei will
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I many spe< lal
held to make this d jo; able
one for all metiiU i s of U
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From 4 to h p m there will in-
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the winners The events will be
divided into age groups, all mem-
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against other families
Special added attraction will be
an antique show and sale on th<
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Irnac". June 30. 1967
^Jfniit Iht i h ti
Page 1I-B
Rana Schreiber,
Arnold Klein
Betrothal Told
Mr Md Mil Leonard Schuilwi,
So Miami Btach, announce the I
.ni i>i men- daughter, I
Mae. to Arnold Vtillia.n
% pin. -<>a of Rabbi and Mrs David
>f No Miami Beach
Mi.-- Schreiber is a senior at
.1111. Norland llixh School and a
einbvr of the Future TMcbeTl o|
\ nciua. She plan* to attend
T.-mpk I niver.Mt) m Philadelphia.
iht will major in elementary
lucai m
Her :ianee. l!Mxl valedictorian at
. irth Miami Hiy.li School, is a
ude uraduatp of Iniser-itv
I't .!i.>Ivania. where he i- .i
<>t I'hi Beta Kappa. Alpha
Delta. Si^ma Tau Sigma.
and Hanej Scholar
Mi lao i- maiabar of Alpha Ep
ion Pi, -ociai fraternity, and ha-
...ma Medical School
! ;.< Imde lO he'a fathei I- .1
buildei deieloper in South
.md i preaideBl "i Point
\ elopen Inc Mar l.< n En
- .mil i .11 .mi- Ro Len de
He i- also a dii
ink ol Dade < ount)
Ava Lee Gardner Off ;o Attend
Connecticut Univ. for Textile Study

Jane Firestone's
Betrothal Told
Mr .did Mr- Bernard K Fin
.n, 451 NK Slat St. Miami
shorn announce the engagement
their daughter. Jane France*
M i -hipman Marshall K Ilacli
id, mm ot Mn Sophia Lax, 18726
r II h Ave aad the late Daniel
.el.
Ml-- Fire-tone i- a graduate "1
Beach Miuh School and
..if. Dade Junior Collage where
ceived an Associate in Set
.. .11 nureing.
Sh continued her studio* at the
nivcraity ol Colorado and la prei
n OR itafl it Vnne Irundel
i| in Annapolis Md
v hipman Kachraiel is also
-.[ M unl I.. act) High
ho and has completed hu
< ar at the t 'nited State* Naval
lj in Annapoli-
Summer Classes
Held for Adults
A off writi oi idull claaaei
.-n dded t the growing h-t ei
immer-time fur for irownup* at
m YM and wiiA of Oreatei
liar.
Thi new Adult Lounge which
was opened and dedicated ihi-
mooth at the YMHA will be the
en. ..( several i.ew activities for
inn Man Jpngg and Bridge
Continuing Tournament'- U1 being
M each Honda) from 1.30 to 4
; m in the new screened lounge
at por- lidC of the "Y An art- and
aiti eiaaa will ha held ever)
i'hursday at 2 15 pin.
K-. Adult Bridge Claai has feast
-tarte*', and thoae interested m he
i oaaing expert- In thia popular pa--
me .re required to register with
lb* Miriam Scheinberg. supervii
i of adult activities at the YM
nd V.I1A. 8300 SW 8th St InstHH
.r i Mr> Jack Baum.
Other adult clashes at the "Y"
. re if tenor decorating, held on
naadaya at a.m: adult tenali
i laeas**.* 7 t> in on Tuesday; Judo
1law far incn on Thursday-, at 7
i m -nd a aya -t 7 30 p.m.
\ .. Lee Gardnei dau htei of Dr
ami Mr- Alvin K Gardner, has
graduated (mm Montgomery Blair
High School in Silver Spring, Md
Granddaughter of Mr- Sally
Gardner and Mrs Ethel Shochet,
she was in the upper fifth of her
graduating clan
Ava Lee is a member ol National
'onor SocieM and Quill and Scroll.
honorary journalism pteirt> At
school the was editor of the French
newapapet Journal D'Argenl
She served aa da-- president,
Student Council representative,
Council
md v. as a inemhfi of the Acti\it\
She was .. i h i ieadei and : i mb
ei^BB*>*Tra- Sigma service sister
hood She also belonged to the
school public relation-, school plaj
lance and publicity committees
In September, Ava Lea will at
lend Ihe University of Connecticut,
where she will major in clothing
.in.) textiles
Thia summer, she plans to serve
as a science assistant for Con hu me i
and Food Economic-. Research
Dims on. Agricultural Research
service of the C S TVp.u tment of
\ .t.-i,..,i|,M .. Wa*hin"ton
MISS PAN A SCNfffllft
Zionists Plan 70th Annual Jubilee
Convention in Israel Starting July 19
MISS AVA Iff GAKDNIP
miss iani fitfsroNf
Flamingo Chapter
Sends Delegates
It nai M nth Di-tm t 5 Conven-
tion will he held in Washington
over the extended Independeace
Da> weekend July l lo 4
Dele-ate- lo represent B nai
B'nth Women Claming i ( hapter
here will oe Mis- Elist Factor,
pn sidenl and Mrs Otto Hai el
Mrs liar..;-! Keldman past
-:>lcnt
Mr- II.i." ... was appointed adult
i-h education chairman ..! 1M-
tncl S She will attend .. planning
meeting conducted i>> ii.ur> Rul
I commissioner Of American
.i, wish education tor the district
Young Israel
Registration Now
Emanuel Cngar, president oi
Young Israel ol Greater Miami, a
branch of Ihe National Council of
Young Israel, ami.unices that the
school is presently Kcopting regi*
tration 'or the coming school year
Ungar noted thai "one of the
primarj goals of the synagogue i-
thc educational. rellgkHU, atv! so-
cial advaucement of it- youth."
The schoo'V modern building and
uniting facilities accommodate a
pre-nuraery, nuraary. kindergarten, j
Sunday School. BeUgiOUS School..
and Junior Hebrew High School
In addition to classroom religiou-
training, the school offers a ho.-, ol
\.Kith activltia* throughout the
week Younu Israel of Greater Ml
ami is located at 990 NK 171st St..
No Miami Beach.
Sidnej Raymond, a tnembei of
the National Executive Council ol
the Zionist Organization of Amer
nd .. trustee ol ihe Southeast
Region ol the ZOA will serve as
cnordinali r for the South Florida
l i the Tilth Zf i \
jubilee convention in Israi I
The convention, set t.> start in
lerusalem on July 19 ami end in
Tel Avi> on July 2> will probably
i one ol the mosl historic event*
m the To \ear history >: the Zionist
ition oi Ami
Theme of the convention will
be "Israel and World JewryA
Common Destiny." From the fes-
five convention opening in Jeru-
salem at the Binyeney Ha'ooma
(Buildings of the Nation) on July
20 through the closir.i banquet
on July 26, the convention pro-
gram will be filled with outstand-
ing speakers, events and sight-
seeing.
Included in 'i e program ill be
a reception for the di bj
President ol Israel Zal.oan Shaaar
at the presidential garden* in J< ru
salem .. pilgrimage to the Wailing
w ..11 in the old citj ot Jerusal 'm,
Ml llerzl and the Kennedy \i
rial
\ -;.., ia< Lilai 'lam e and music
w al under the stars in Lh n
cient Roman amphitheatre ..I I
-au,. groundbreaking of ihe Tail
Memorial Library in Kfar Silver
and the gala closing banquet at the
Sheraton lei Avit are also slated
According to Raymond,
tours for the convention which in-
cludes hotels, sightseeing, coi
tion activities ami nual- -'ait a-
low a- Sti75 for tour- of Israel onlj
In addition, the ZOA is offering
seven athei tour.- which conaial of
more turn- in Israel plus tours or
free time in Kurope, the Standuia
\ian countries or Greece
Raymond also said that the dele
gates to the convention will re
eeivo roecial privileaes Infonra-
tion regarding the tours which will
Rtarl is e irlj as Julj 11 and leavi
the United States as late as Julj 17.
IDS) be obtained at the office "I
the Southeast Region ol the Zionist
anizatton oi America 2200
Park Ave Miami Beach
JWV Auxiliary
Slates Two Events
u csl Mian Auxiliary 223, Jew
i-h War Veterans, will hold a n
ulai mei in Thursday. Julj <>
8 :iti p m al Tem| i Vhavat !
loin BBS s\v 57th \
Mrs Norman Burman, president,
will conduct a short business meet
ing she will welcome new mem
bers who were presenl al a mem
-lup tea at the home of Mrs
.lame- Stern on Thursday, June 22
Mrs stern, senior vice president
of the auxiliary, i- membership
chairman and has scheduled a film
program on child molestation
\ repn -eiitative of the Dade
Count} Shi riffs 1 >< i nl will
in guest spt aki r and answ er ques
tion- Bill Matlin will be model
ator Keti. shments w ill be i
, program Hostess foi
the evening i- Mrs Ja< i> I
\\ e-i M laini A niharj w ill al o
hold a program on Saturday i
Jul) 8 v m at the h
..I Mr and Mrs Maurici Kati t-M
s\\ t:ith \ve \ barb k i h i
dinner will !> the tn al "i the e\
inn.
( hairmen are Mrs Norman Bur
in am! Mrs Esther Schwartz
Proceeds for the evening will be
-en' to the Israi I Emergenc) Fund
Summer 'Pops' Concert
Concert goers ol Greater Miami
are in tor a treat, when Paul Anka
mounts the stage at the Mia ni
Beach Auditorium on Sundi\ CVC
ninp. m the second of ten Summei
Pops' Concert- of the Miami
Beach Symphonv Orchestra at tin
Miami Beach Auditorium.
Beach Student
In Who's Who'
Donald Zisquit. ol I31S l
Ave Miami Beach, has been -.
ected loi in< u n it Who v\ ho
S idents in Amei nan t'ni-
title* and Colleges
A June graduati of Yesl I i
., rsitj Yeshi< a < olh g< md th*
Kina Michael Colli
Studies, he was among 32 und
i aduati v^ ho because ol tl
high rating in both college and re
ligious division c'asses, were chos
en lo be Included in thi nati i
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lr !<# nrrH Friday |um
. ^Arvont r c&plc atni r Lice- .
* / *
TLAND, J.S A.
The ..-. all
if the Belle ind .Ik- Hai
upon-rov, rs in the p!:i
the lanterns mi t it dock Tinklil were
everywhere The Harts won ha\.: a -,
dance in honor of their ton Jerald Martin ind
his bride. Ke\ a After a hone\m <> in Bill ',*
the young Harts will ^o to New York for Jerald
to finish kit last year of law at Kordham.
In the receiving I ne 1*1 mother Mrs
Dave Simon, and the Hart daughter and her
husband. Mr and Mr* Peter Wolf Floral cloths
specially made for the small tables for this
special party were overlaid with silver lace The
decor was in all shades of pink from the palest
to deepest fucshia. Strolling violinist.- took their
turn between the two orchestras Admiring the
huge peacock with its bright plumage were Ml
and Mrs David Bass and Mr and Mrs RUej
Morns and their daughter. Linda, who i- home
from college
Mr and Mrs A I tilickman were deep in
conversation with their supper partners, He
and Ed COwen Art her guests were Ml
and Mrs William Greei Di si I Mrs Robert
Mai ; Mini Morton,
Mrs Dan Ku.-kin. Mr tit Mrs Morris Green,
Rabbi and Mrs Irving Lehrman, Di and Mrs
Theodore Stevens, Mr and Mrs, Ralph Shore,
Mr and Mrs Allen Foes Rabbi and Mrs Leon
Kronish. Mr and Mrs Bob Black. Mr and Mrs Alex Cordon. Miss
Ariyn Samuels, and Mr and Mr- M.mry Prager
The wedding cake was a culinary masterpiece
covered with doves and flower-
THREE VISITING FIREMEN
Three visitors from Cleveland. O were in
town. Judge Mary B. Grossman and her two
are. Rii Mi! '
r them in the Red
. the time
tin talked ab< ui the i
Included amoiu guests who were all long
Mrs Charles Adler, Mr- Joael Ro-
sen, Mis Harriet Salinger, Mr- Pauline Engei
Mrs Marvin Gluecfc and her daughter. Mrs Carl
Damson. Mrs Jeanne Rothschild. Mrs. Mildred
Isaacs, Mts Pearl Winston and Mrs Arthur Cour
shon. who a- Rita's daughter, was a grand niece
to the visitors
A birthday cake was brought out for Mary,
representing 89 years That's a long time ago.
s.nce she sat for 36 years on the municipal bench
in Cleveland and was called Hard Boiled Mar)

IT WAS A SURPRISE
Judy Kaminsk) and Shera Grossinger reallj
surprised Jennie Grossinger on her 79th birthdaj
They told her they were going out for dinner,
and when she floated down the stairs looking SO
and regal, there at the foot of the stairs
stood her friend- singing Happy Birthday Mrs
Anna Mandelbaum. whose friendship with Jennie
dates back to their childhood68 years 0f friend-
shipwas there Included among guests were
Mrs Rhoda I.evine. Dr and Mr- Herman Philip-.
Mr- Sail) Herman. Mr and Mrs Paul Bum.
Mr and Mrs Harry' Rosenblatt. Mr and Mrs
Irving Prankel. Mr and Mrs Philip Thau. "Pep
py" Fields and her husband. Danny Faxman. Dr
Anna Freddie Car-tem- and Mr Tony Morino
There were champagne and some goodies from
Grossinger's up North, but the big fancy birthday-
cake was made here in Jennie's own kitchen
when she wasn't looking
Frances Lehman
< *
Sherut La'crm. Peace Corps to Israel, has approved applicants
Kenneth Sher and Linda Weitzman for a year's service in Is
rael. They left for New York on June 30 and after a week s
orientation, they will depart for Israel with 500 other Ame
youngsters on luly 6 who will serve a year in Israel to he .
the reconstruction of the kibbutzim. Rabbi Mayer Abran
area coordinator for Sherut La'am. shows likely ar>
service to Kenneth and Linda who are part of a contm :
six others presently undergoing processing for Sherut !
service to Israel
Victor Pianos President Off To Music Show
Victor Tibaldeo, president of Vic-
tor Pianos and Organs, left for
1 uago to attend the 66th annual
V >ic Show, the biggest event of
the- year for the music UadUBtr)
where all the latest in musical in-
struments and home entertainment
products Will be displayed in ten
r- at the world's biggest hotel
Conrad Hilton.
Swimming Classes
At Miami Y1
i nder th< supei ision ol \
i i dii i Ith and phj
tcation at the Greater Miami
i HA a complete rwimm i pro
gram, runnini tin- gamut from pre-
- hool to adults takes plai at
I daily
ei are available to
member- and their families
ting at the age of three and a
half
Classes are held foi begin lers,
advanced beginners, intermediate
met junior and senior lift
log skin and scuba diving, and
hroi d swimi
Pennj I stional su Im
the w.
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kfeguard at the V ;
at kThn. sv\ 8ih St
The Music Show, sponsored by
the National Association of Music
Merchants, is attended by thou-
la of music store dealers from
all 50 states, as well as 20 toraign
t ountries
Tibaldeo will join them in in-
specting the newest line* of mu-
sical merchandise which will
appear in music stores this fall
and during the shopping season.
With music industry -ale- at an
all time high. Tibaldeo reports Ills
own store is enjoying 'excellent
ness not onlj because of I
continued rock n roll boom. Kith
guitar -air- particularly setting
but ai-o because
In a musical instrument la
in with the you! i ration
rs moaned about
rim- ns at home," noted Ti-
baldeo, as he left for the Music
iw in Chicago. "But today
they're anxious to learn how to
play guitar, drums, sax. trumpet
and even the longhair piar.o.
to keep up with the -win.
teenage crowd
"While the Beatles have faded,
such groups as the Tijuana Brass
and the Monicees have set the
pace for the younger generation
in spurring them to get with if
and learn
nsetst.
to play en instrw-
The classics, too. are enjoying a
big boom, with piano sales at a.i
all time high the pa-t five ft
and even grand pianos are setting
new sales marks
Musical instrument sales last
year increased 71 per cent, noted
the victor Pianoa and Orgai
ecutive, and reached an all-time
high of S995.ooo.ooo Sales this
fear are expected Increae* an
other 5 per cent Mu-ic educ
l 'tint: a big boost in schn >l
particularly, with one out ol i
iis school children taking i>-
Zev Kogan. exhalted ruler of Miami Beach Elks Loda*'
presents awards to Irving Renzer and Karen Travis
grade students at the Hebrew Academy, winners of the
Democracy Means to Me" contest sponsored by the
Looking on is Rabbi Aleexander S Gross, principal o!
Hebrew Academy.
Salute to Israel' Slated by ZOA
Sandier in Band
Fred \ Sandier, ol 2720 SW Zi
Ave Miami, was in Bant:
week tO participate in a foUl day
business conference with ofl
and field representatives >f Metro
politan Life Insurance ( ompam at
the Banff Spring- Hotel Last year,
SandKr. who is a member ol
staff of the i ompany I oral I
office Biltmore Way, p
more -han SI 000 000 in indi\ idual
life Insurai 11
top 4 Life's nearlj 30 000 field
tentatives In the United States .ind
i '.ii, .da
ind
:-
members "f tl
Districts of Uu
tion of Arm ca
i ii i:,.. i.. i i .: idaj i ve
mng, June 29, k p m in the s ipo
leon Room ol the Deauville Howl
ed !>> the Miami B
Dist llm / nisi Ui i iza
tion Anx i for the
munit) the meetii
sbral im Grunhul and I-..
n< i.
Representing the Government
of Israel wm to be Amnon Gi
Ad, special representative ''O'"
the Israel Consulate General to
the Southeast United States Gil
Ad who is in charge of tou'ivm
to Israel, is stationed in Atuntj
Hi ha- been an official
l-rarl Government unci
ha- held leading pots in fal \
and JeruaaJent Ha w-- me a
' i prominent mi
Kfl
d for U
iddil

lewrj regardii
. .
the meeting tourist
lewiah state
lajd tenoi M
who has appealed la the N ">
Clvii Opera Chica
1 arnegie Hall, ha- !
special program of larai V
dish, popular, classical
national favorites A wel
international singing star
recentl) completed a
tun: nf Israeli music

Luncheon for "Mothers m-Israel" of Hatikvah Chapter of
vlizrachi Women was hosted by president, Mrs. Hyman
Kolko, at Waldman's Hotel. Mrs. Jack Davis, program chairman,
was chairman of the day. Special tribute was paid to Mrs.
Kolko by Mrs. Alfred Stone Florida regional director of Mizrachi.
Seated (left to right) are Mesdames S. Bieler. Jacob Berger. A.
Schmidt, Jack Davis, Hyman Kolko, Dave Hermon, Louis
Fuchs, B. Cantor E. Brown. Standing (second row) are Mes-
dames Abraham Dlatt L. Kirchenbaum. Max Lepie Lee
Strauss. R. Schlang. F. Cohen. Jack Hazelkorn. R Glusrun
C. Pollack, D. Sandier. G. Weinberg. Irving Schnui. E. Bear
Standing (third row) are Mesdames Murray Berkowitz Jacob
Kotter. Morris Brotman. J. Weisberg. M. Jahre. Sam Hermon
E. BUck. P. Brotman. Alfred Stone, and Henry Groudan
Law Partnership
Set on Beach
A new law- partnership W
RoaSSJ, will be effective r
o.i July 1. n is bum
Leonard H. Wolf and Albert
Roam
Roeetl has practiced law on I
coin Kd Miami Beach sine 1
and lives on Normandy !-!.
Wolf hves in Coral G
where he is a member of the I
velopmcnt Board
The new firm will be loca"
1101 Brickell Ave Miami
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> Pnitffk rid/fa r
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Gov. Collins to be Principal Speaker
At Bnai B'rith Patriotic Rally Saturday
Saturday, Juts l. at 8 p m
; the Miami Reaih Auditorium,
ayor Jay Dernier will extend
-r\. ral thousand per
is _athered to observe the birth
mntry at a Patriotic
area-wids event is present
Miami Beach B'nai

Saung.*
Utociatii I rg M \ alent
a- a communit]

Former Gov. LeRoy Collins is
main speaker of the evening. In
196T Sov. Collins presided as
permanent chairman at tho
Dfmoca'ic nationafconvention.
Reform Rabbis
JEyo New Liturgy
By Special Report
IrfGf 1 ES The
of American Rabbi at
laion of their 78th an:
.. Hot) l Ami
i ted Rabbi Levi 11
naoavi Dallas, 11 i
u pn udent icceedii '
I \\. instein, K A M l'<
ueago, ID
TV new pnaldaal i> Um
\i-, to hold the highest p- I
i Reform Rabbinic body of 1 000
leader* in the United
ait and <'anada.
The I 'i ntral tonfereocc ot Arm r
,ui Rabbil has launch*.! a I
rayr.i'n of research an
irritation toward* the eventual re
*ain a the Union pi
,uh is used in l<< form l<
n'-.igbjjut the wror'it
Rb*M Joseph R Narot. ol
i Kracl. Miami, chairmai
Ui> Lalnitfy CommitWc. re
rtM the result* ol .i motiva
carch >urvey in which Rel
bbis were Questioned on theii-
cits of certain prayer m the
-yerbook^The acauits wen
rBeT) c-rirical
Ret*. Narot pointed out that
*>? survey prepared by Rabhi
ack Bemporad, director of Re
orm Judaism's Commission on
Vorship, and Emanuel Denby.
'.rector of research for Fair-
noh Oickenson Univecstty, was
departure for a religious body
n utilinng th latest scientific
nethods to determine tho views
n such a sensitive subiect as
rayer."
thai it wo i
.. yean or moi bi '
o| w nil
eanwhlie th. AH will c< i
rch with laymen
. xpenmental ser

s and f uiiada
i >aid t
., \ wed in 1940 M
prayers wi
in harmon) with
. d "Howevi
Uj .ilfe< '
the N
imu bomb an.l the
11,. ihe theolo
questions thet ha\<
raised I the* moroei
md mor<
ons "
: a) .
prayerrw

out ol tl
e Uast -
A typical example of this wis
presented by Rabbi Narot when
hm re*orrad to a prayer that had
been included in 1940 for the
coal miners those who dig far
away from tho sun," which
Rabbi Narot agreed "has lost its
meaning today."
where the late John F. Kennedy
was nominate.! to the Presidency.
Collins is the only governor of
Plorir's to have served two con-
secutive terms.
I tertainmi 'of the
will feature the po|
skin Orchestra. Solo-
n ludith Robinson, who ha
ired with the La Mi
nt 1
kn< v n ti Mien Gildi r
leevi e Bi kin Orchi

30 p m
James Stei state con
.'.!.. Ot tfll
has arran i Si; chtei
ol >taii
i
in th ntation ol co ors and
allegiance to the ;\uj.
i'i in iseph Mali
ainj; Star Span) l< I I'.
Mi g< rsbon I
in a i cital Women ol
the Chai B'nai B'rith chapter will
act a.- hostesses, directed b> Flora
k \. i pi- ident I Mia'<;i
l'< ach i. ril W on en's I
cil
Rev Wiley Scott, pastor of
Miami Beach Community
Church, will give the invocation.
Rabbi Mayer Abramowitx, of
Temple Menorah, wi!| close the
program with the benediction.
Fr William O'shea. St Patnc
Church cf Miami Beacn. wm oi-
fei a prayer or peace
of .1.
' I
I
Mianiians Give Help
With Happy Hearts
RABBI NAROT RABBI HRONHH
SOQ BMRtobers ol the
i nference ot Amerii
criticize! ibi L'l
- b .'Vinj; been "mai ,
ulated bj many as a nt
i .ill for the bis lie lor
soda anu tor a
tortion of facts
si with th- League ol N'ations
ears a^io. tin ;' rna-
I) I eiedibility and honor
is on the line the unammou
adopted declaration ol th rabbis
.Mated Hut wa* a direct reference
t.- Sovii and Arab eriticisji of
uiten body's

In an emotionally-charged set-
ting, the rabbis called for inten-
sified financial support of the
United Jewish Appeals Israeli
Emergency Fund and the cam-
paign of the Israel Bond Organi-
lation, whose receipts *rt used
to consolidate Israel's economic
framework.
which w.'-
i
! Sdvei i'i lent
sei ti al .

lo be reconsti
hi spoki i I'

Rabbi Leon Kronish, Tempi1?
Beth Sholom, Miami Beach, as-
serted, "It is a source of great
disappointment and frustration
and foreboding that the UN is
failing (small nations like Israsl
as a swift and effective instru-
ment for justice of security."
\: hi cntii cami
I
D ton who eh..: !
\ bl j

ij of ih
i ouncil :
ated b) I

k

i
"a mat
i
. u *hich hi
particularl) needed as a r<
n war.
Uej ei i -k<< an employee
ol Beautycraft Furniture Ind
tries, In. contributed his weeklj
chei k 16 i tin Isi
Ei encj Fui I
the wish faith

lei '- Ihi Jackson Manoi
Nursing 1 ed sn I-
E mi i -i ne> Fund can
On< ei the n Mr Da
has m the leadership <>f
th, project
nan. an executive ol
r,-un Byron stun t, has an
ill for payroll deduction donations
to thi !-r..ii Eroergencj Fund
i JackM>n 3yron store- .
ployees The payroll deduction
: b) the eraploj ei as so
MM

David i m ian i B
has ni hi- ,
the New York Typo
graphical Union No i> Sparago's
conti amounted to I
\ irn and) shun-.- Goll 'h
ral this weeki nd
rman Richard Hammen
ers Ii.im
.i iced .. .i i voluntary i
- an entr; fei or l
N .
es Goll Club
also participated in the -
itrj lun toui n.i"i, ni : r I !'!'
"11 -ll.|\ I'll, .
tournament was bj Fra *
i i labli \/.\. L'hapi
of th< th Youth Or
ng l-
th th<
y other organizations in I i
Miami w th ,i contribul
slso .i n solutioi was pas
unai
anothi r $41 to the adoption ol
Israi child orphaned due
the war The motions wen
i u i president. Gi i Bai
i r, Judi f rlcdman The)
!.!-- : unanimous!) after b.
strongl) recommended bj pi
Fred Hernia:;, and &\ isor
Kuh it Sterling Othei club of-
! imin Aerenson,
II er ami \\ ally Mark-, seen
irn l- all Italia:. R< sta
Bisi ayne Blvd '
rwner was asked u h>"
reply was simp i e it
Ami i ican m .
Carii o ha I daily
n ci ipts for Jul) 15 ; '..' I -
It not unu daj
re ii try. i
find thj
i people," he ex-
the A
i

\: a
Jews I
51
f their time
1-r.;- i v ould
man Nu i
Frei el B'nt
i
to th< l-i a< I

- in addition to th:
M adc b) n
mbers
Abi mGrunhut,
of GnKtlei Miami, und president ci the ZCA ot Groatei Mio
congiatulctes David Goodman or. the establishment cl a
Foioot in hi name in the Baal Shem Tov Forest in ?ted
deft nard Silver, orqinator of the Baul Shem lov Forest
irael Seated .right1 is his wife, Mis. David Goodman.
GOV.LER01 COILINS
Mtomi Beach
Flans Patriotic
4 ^rc kend
A from tire
'- offe
Ju>) 4
'.-; ion.
Pr : an. for tin B) h li
kend Im iins at l p n
. when Sal Avenui
sen! a Red While .
Blue Fashion Show on the Lincoln
Road Mall
v m i> m that evening, the an-
isl Pal riotii Ra ill be staged
al Miami Beach Auditorium un i
the sponsorship of Miami Bea h
B nth Lodge and Chase Fed
eral Savings ami I oan Association,
Sunday's highlight is the Pops
Concert a* 815 p.m., at Miami
Beach Auditorium, with Paul
Anka as guest soloist and Barnett
Breeskin conducting the Miami
Beach Symphony Orchestra.
i> lake the spotlight at 2 p m.,
I'vie-uay. Jul> A. when the Lincoln
Ri ad Merchants Guild staged Its
annual Bab) Parade on the Mall
Childi en I iri ugh six ><..r-
jifta m Bve di-
ns with a $100 parei
til awaiting the grand
winnei Entr) blanks are
e at several Mall shops 01
throu h th< city's special ev nts
the teen set
a- Gas i impanj
I' i in." will high
I recrai ker B
at B thi at (>c< anfront \u : si nd i Krean l>r \ I
th approprii
illusionists il
i .
i : f Ma
der
at Bi ach Auditorium
abh al the
\ [fice
On July 4. Miami Beach Elks
Lodge 1601 will stage its annual
Field Day for Youngsters at Me-
morial Field, beginning at 10
a.m. Those who prefer more ar-
tistic outdoor endeavors may try
a Sand Sculpturing Content,
sponsored bv the Miami Beach
Jaycoss at 2 p m., at the 73rd
Street public beach, or the Pa-
triotic Paint Parties, 11 a.m and
2 p.m., on th lawn of Miami
eh Convention Hall.
latti
i
|i V
V ill
I I!

hi minul
idin callei s
fl : ,vn Jul) 4
at 8 p
lorium Ad
al] in cost inv
\ ( Daj eel
: eti wil
work and a ala aerial
pla) couries) oi Washington Fed
id I oan Association
will N launched ovi r the ocean
from the munii hing pier at
i, | ,.
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Jeniit fhtiliir
Friday. June 30
cr JHitzvcl,
Brin Freeman opals Honor RoO '.. the
Bnan Freeman uill become Bar .-r.t.re year He a also a grad te
I /.ah during services Safir!ay .: tr. Beth Torab-Haroid V.
morning. July 1 4' Temple Sinai Re] School.
urtn Dade
Brian. son of Mr and Mr?.
I harle* Freeman, will be attend
mg eighth grade at Thomas Jefff-
c Junior High ir the fall ..
a student at Temple Sinai Re
>us School
Hi* holies ;no!udr
jnd baseball
a"> r. | Hi r Briar,
Mr and Mr

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I
A d:nner dance was he: I
Alan honor on Saturday evening
at tr* Eden Roc Hotel 0-ut-of to .1
k| included man> reiainc-
from Philadelphia Pi and 1
>n Del
Naomi Sinegub
Hi
Mr Jacob S
ier Ra- lists -
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rimm frttmmm
i Siaef
DnM K.br
Atmm Wisfeoeff
**rt Iwnbivi
FOR BUREAU OF JEWISH EDUCATION
Ell Chairs Teachers' Body
Marc Birnbaum
.imbaum
-nbaum
F'.ar '
at Temple Kmani. I
M.irc h
'
3' \aledictonai
the Temple F-ran Fi Hebrew
lass He .* a me.nrn r
:,
: i bract lean
r dy Jtml r Hi. h N
enjojs music nd i> F!.
ming.
David Kufey
Mr and
V-. rra of No II
r>a
:rda> n at
ngregatii
David ... ar
Mn f
mi H.
ac*r. e in -;- rt
A r-ception Mill be held Satur
nir.g at the FoaUu
Hotel Mr and Mrs Jo* ph K
bii -randparen'-. and Mr- Anna
Price, hi- maternal grandmother.
4 M.arai Beach will be ,n
ance ta well a- relatives 'mm
Hi York and Arizona.

Barry Zeittin
"n Saturday morning, Jii' '
Ram son of Mr and Mr- F 1
Zeitlin will obvrve his Bar V
vah at Ten.pie Zion
Barry ia an eighth gradi
al Rock way Jin r H :h and ||
lercated ir and stamp and
cow-collect ing.
V.i ami Mr- Zettlia will h m
the Kiddu-h following the atrvicea.
A reception and dinner will
Mr- Eather Ifndor M
I
I the newly



the IS at I
'
a
Me was a member of the na-
tional toarrj of directors and
*ecutive ccmmiMH or the Jew
ish National Fund, board of di-
rectors of the Union of American
Hebrew Cong.relations rni trus-
tee of the Hebrew Union College
in 1951 to I960.
on
Rabb: Shimon Azulay. ;
Hebrew Educators Alliance; Rabbi
Robert P Frazin director. I nion
.( American Hebrew
allocation, bud.get. licensed teach-
ers, an^ physical facilities will
be examined in great detail
through a special check list of
qualifications before recommen
dation accreditation is approved
I
ace
Widl iltatioi
pnr r-.
finall) appi B i I of
mm it
h I
IIOH III
Drs. Kaufman, Schwartz of VA Hospital
Honored by DAY Beach Surf side Chapter
grandmother, will attend the s Southeast Region; l>r I-ran
The celebrant will be honored at a Kiddusii in Sirkin Hall lmmcli- Junior High School. HVrzl Honor,
ately following the worship service education director. Temple Judea.
and at a reception Saturdaj fee and Abraham I GlUetaoa, educa-
at the Seville Hotel tion director Beth Torab
Rabbi Stern Will
Lead Delegation
Rabbi Tibor Stern of Jacob <"
Cohen Community Synag
lea\mg Jul> 2 to bead a delegation
-in spiritual lead.
offer prayers al th.- Wailing Wall
in behalf Of \ S Jew:-.
The Religion* Zionist Hrganiza
place at the Biscasne Terrace Ho> tion of America charged K
M in linor of tne celebrant
Ufa Eva I olrnan and Mrs
Martha Z-itlm are grandmothers
of the Bar llitsvah
Alan W.tKneH
Alan Lowell. BOfl of Mr and Mrs.
Burton V\ ishneff. of 211 HE 173rd
St celebrated his Bar Mitzvali on
Saturday morning. June 24 jt
Beth Torah ( oi in
i- an eighth grade honor to military hospitals and bombed
n F Kenned] Junior kibbutzim The) will t-
maintaim-d Prin v..
Stem with the leadership rcspon
sibility at a national banquet of
the organization in New York -
Waldorf AttOfla
At 'he banquet, he received a
fer Torah that he wi!! carry di
rectl) to the Wailing Wall in Old
J< ru /fm
To ether with Mr. Stern and
tf.< rielagaUoo, he plans vi-it- ,
High and has
Also I)i Samuel Eraofl pmftiai1
location I ni\erit> of Miami.
I)r Solomon I.ichter. principal. Mi
an i B-aih High School; Sevmour
B Liebman, nrofraaor of history
Miami Dade Junior College. Greg
Z\i Rom nkranz. Hebrew in-
-tnntor. L'nrverarty of Miami:
Rabbi Allen Rutchik. direct
L'nited Synagogui Soot beast Re
-Moh. I)r .less Spirer professor of
director A Guidance
I < nter. Unrverrit] "f Miami. Louia
Schwaitzman director. Bureau
Jewish Fducatioii conanltaot; Her
hert Zvi DeTger, aaaocfate director.
Bureau J-w ish F.ducation. con
sultant. Or Isaac \ nter man, schol-
ar and author
"The accreditation program
will be a landmark in the at-
tempt to raise the standard* of
the Jewish education in the
community, Ossip declared.
"Throe years of intense study
and research have been going
into the program. Curriculum,
supervision, administration, time
Di Renjamm m Kaufman
dated w.th the Vet tdminu-
Congrega- traiion Hospitai orai Gabli i
the past right years j. to receive
a plaque from the Disabled Amer-
ican Veterans Miami Biach .">uii
side Chapter 24 'for >..- outstand-
ing sersicf to veterans on Tliur-
da) 6 p .>; the \ h Hall. 65 Weal Av<
ne of Lakeside and
- Ho^pltati i i
I>r Kaufman lives with h
Sylvia and his too da
Carol Rao and Joanne
U* ,tisd at the tes":
was [)r Benjamin F Schw
*ho in Pehraary. IMS. will have
He ui a graduate of New Yort rompleti .ears of art
rsitj Sch of Medicine and the Veterans
trained at Beili'vuv Hospital
Administra:
New York.
Or Kaufman is a Diplomat of
th Board of Internal Medicine
He served in the US. Army for
throe and a half years during
World War II and was discharged
with the rank of major. He is a
memfcer of tfse American Legion
nd of Masonic Lodge 1.
Before coming to Coral Gable*,
he practiced in Hempsteed Long
Island, nv. when he a> on Um
staff of BellevtM Hospital, Mea
low'.rook Hospital I.I and chief
Middle East
Report Meeting
An emergenc) meeting fw i
Report from the Middle Easi
i bi held on Tl B 13
P m at Beth David Auditorium un
der the auapit. of the Miami
Gablea Zionist Diatrict
His medical career da;.
I <-'ii when he gradaaii
Loyola i niversit) Si bool of
cine in Chicago Aft. r a y
internship and another of
ba eau red private pra<
li< e m Chicagaj Duriaj his
in general prai lice, h.- ttrvt
m two boapftal diapenaar)
one in general nirdi. in.
other in the capacity of in-'
| Bacon | lor his alma mat. i
Hi* first assignment with the
Veterans Administration was at
Mines Hospital, Hines, III., in
13I Aftor two years of tumor
**rory in tb.s hospital, and one
Vr Of gene**! surgery at me
Hospital in Memphis, he trans
forred to the field of urology, in
which specialty he baa remained
?or the past 76 years. He has
been chief of urology at the Vet
ern% Hospital in Coral Gabies
since its opening in 1947.
During World War II rv
Srhwarci laraed ia the Medteal
At this time a new film, "Vietorj Corps, first j< captain and aeon
Israel," portraxin^ the recenl !"all> as a ma
in
Israel
shown
Arab conflict, was to I .
-t speakers were to he \m
non 0:1 %d, membi i >t iha I o i
South) asi
I the i mted States Si -
I
n M.ddl.
obi Di S r
Da le Junior i
I
i
Hi i- certified In his penalty I
American Board <>f i i
is .. t. Ben of the American
( SajgajBua, and is at present, I
t clinical profeaaor -i ufi
J al the I nivi i Mian i
Sch.H.l
1: > s, ntalions aren I made
b) the i haptei 'a comn i A
H. ffraan i1 v
Sheridan A\e
Photo shows group of students from Temple
Ememu-El Solomon Scherhter Day School
DO Ittl .
n
Ifiami /.~<\
Count il Mas \
Second row ore Andrew Susmcin, Ronald Rose,
Gary Copner. Scott Weinkle Gary Carlin.
graduated last week. They are (left to right) Alan Mandel Dean Freitag, Andy Morgan '"*"N P"*^'"* of the Miami Gi
first row: Risa Rosenthal. Mono Heller, Helen and Michawl Freedman. Teachers (rear' are S?1^ Distnct Mrs David Shu
Cohen. Sheryl Jacoba and Maria Rothstein. Mrs. Aliza Brenner and Haya Sarah Weinberg. | XfinSiL^^' **** ***"l-
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Friday June 30, 1967
* Un*\t Ih-tkfo in
Page 15-B
S. Dade Chamber
Council Names
Mumberg CMef
A I pinR center offl
is I has been ippointfd chuiajn^u
: the South Dade Council of
Mialbi Dad* Count) Chamber of
inflnBTM H eras announced here
(hambcr president elect, l.nw
race B Sheffey, uce president
Southern Hell Telephone Com-
. any, indicated that David Blum-
president of Cutler Hideo
Regional Shopping Center, would
--ume the office on Jul) 1.
Hlumberg was installed at the
s iuth Dade Council's installation
inner Friday evening, June 23, it
King's Bay Yacht and Country
IUD.
Throe council vice chairman
installed at the dinner were Ir-
vin Barnett, president o* Irvin
Barttett Enterprise*, Homestead;
State Rep. Murray Dubbin, a
Miami attorney; and L. Russel!
Norton, assistant vice president,
Perrirte-Cutler Ridge Bank.
inhere h n ai Hee in
bj pha munity
ir is presently direi ti i
ernOer of the executive commit
. \ssoi ial
uth Floi "f the
...
-. "tnmit
of 21. a r the ( h
.:-' am i
v. and
and
.: tte the
0 '
A native of V I
. nded the I'nivcrsitj of \
jir.a, gradual. the Uni
I ot North Carolina and received
Master v degree from the liar-
ard 'Iraduate Busineea Sehool
Dunng World War II he terred
m yean m the imted st
.. >, being h >norahlj tepai
h the rank of lieutenant jonloi
rade.
Pret oualy, Blum berg sen
t r v ate a, treaaa invention
laiouan and .- p i aidenl
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on the present municipal court system with Thomas H. Bcrrk-
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Myers, Mershon
Unveil Plaque
LEGAL NOTICE

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LOAVES #J^ 4^T
FOOD
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..... GREEN STAMPS
THE NICEST WAY TO GET GIFTS1
OPEN DAILY til 9 P.M.
SUNDAYS til 6 P.M.
SAVE H<
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WELLWORTH
GARDEN OR CLAREMONT
SALADS
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All Markets ^W Tues., July 4th
SHOP EARLY FOR ALL YOUR HOLIDAY NEEDS!
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UVC IH>. FOOD MIR OR HYGRAOE ALL MAT
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BONUS SPECIAL
F0OO FAtl FREW MKEO
HOT DOG or HAMBURGER
24 OZ
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59
WfUWOBTH GREEK SAlAD 1 LB JAR 69<
SAUERKRAUT
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LAND O FROST SMOKED SAVE IK'
CHIPPED 4 im
BEEF 3 1
SAVE W ARERICAH OR KOSHER DOR B ^
Franks.. Knocks v.'.' 59
LRIIT 2 MRS. OF EITHER B A AM),-LEASE. WiTM OVER PURCHA!
Fyne Taste Beans 1U
Barbeque Sauce 37
RiTZ LO" CALORIE OR
Food Fair Sodas................. : 7
AVE R? o
Realemon Juke 58
ROLLS
POTATO
CHIPS
ENOUCN
55
SAVE < FLAVOR KIST
ICC hLF C*L CTN
CREAM
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ICE MILK

49
BONUS SPECIAL
FOOD FAIR Sliced
LUNCH
MEATS
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MIRACLE WHIP
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CREAM
F0OO FAIR CREAMED
COTTAGE
CHEESE.. ,e
ALPS IMPORTED
SWISS
CHEESE
SLICED
1 ,-oz
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FLO-SUN PURE
ORANGE
JUICE
"THE REAL THING FROM FLORIDA"
29
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35
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S*AVE 20< SPARKY
BRIQUETS
Leop Stew Beef.........79
Leon Ground Beef .....: 1*
Top Round Steaks ... 99c
California Roast......... 69c
TOP 0 J CHOICE
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STEAKS L.
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Whole Lamb Legs......79
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Zori Thongs
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CHILDREN mEn
LADIES
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Frozen LemoRade 10 Watermelons 89
Frozen Corn Cob ":.' 45 Cucumbers 3 29
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Potato Salad .Mr..-'.u' 39
ONUS SPECIAL
criss cross Sandals
CHILDREN MEN'S ^^ ^|W
AVAILAEU. E AT MOST STORES
SERVE WINE1
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WINES "'^ 159
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