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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

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

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Israel Emergency Fund Passes $3,000,000... 7-A
"dewisli Flcnr idliain
Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY
Volume* 40- Num -
Miami. Friday. July 7, 1967
Two Sections Price
Israel Censures at U.N.
Substantially Defeated
By Special Report
The United Nal \
at mbly neared t
of an emergeii>
the Soviet 1 i w Hi Hi.- liu.
siaiu' twin an
Israel and of i
^^Htl Ironi
raptured coiiipl.
All subatae' utioni deal-
ing with the die .I.i-t crisis
and last mo. i doy war
failec* fa cam* -: >> fa the two
third* vote ii for ad-ip-
tien, and lira- -. mafic t-i
vmph appreac.w d in significance
the military defe.it of the United
Arab Republic Syria, Jordan
and Ireej.
The Yugo- ba< ked by
the so-called
rived oaly .>.< of the H2 votes
for p;i K'ni> -;
tiona voted a-unst it. including
larael, with 2u .n.-tcntions. o
countries absent and "in- not vot
ing This would have .tiled
reeH withdrawal without asking
the end of Arab belligerent \
svas the resolution on
[.Communist bloc had
hopes, but African
^Ber Airiaan country
Hgeved or voted no, re-
Man French pressure.
Wm%)t0 States. Britain. Togo.
, Liberia Botswana, Le
Madagascar and Malawi
those voting no.
The Latin-American resolution,
coupling call for the end of Arab
threats aad for a peat.- treaty win
laraall withdiawal drew more
It got 57 >es nods, but 43
aad abstentions killed it
Eshkol Hopeful
JEM 5AI I- M J l'\
Premier Levl Eshkol told ai
with
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chances foi i-.
better tod
ill "h. pa-t -_'|| \. .,: .
I tro Israeli prisoners al wai
iied b> liaq Aiu ieturned
bj Jordan this week t" Israel
in exchange fur 42H Jordanian
prisoners held by Israel The
Israeli^ were pUoti shot dowi
ovei Iraq and transferred to
Jordan last week
British Advise King
To Negotiate
I OIVDON iJTAi King Hui
sem of Jordan, scheduled to meet
Prune Minister Harold Wilson on
Monday to urge Britain to support
the demand for Israel s withdrawal
from the territories it has occupied
which ere tocmarij ruled by Jor-
dan, was not expected to gel mm ii
encouragement
i- abstained
The So*, .eis' own resolution dn
a it. cisit e defeat A pai agi aph
condemning Israel as the a
won onlj Mi >i > votes, with 57 op
. and 23 abstentions Th<
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inlj 22 votes in I
".'; opp isi d and 2~ abstentions
Adopted was a humanitarian re>
Olution proposed b) Sweden, which
AS the support ol the UN i*
hmii efforts to alleviate suffei
of prisoners ol w ar and of cit ill
The vote was U6 to 0.
A Pakistani resolution declaring
invalid Israel s unification of Jeru
alem was adopted with 98 votes
Inal ~" abstentions Israel did
not vote
The United States withdrew its
own resolution juot before Tues-
day night's voting, and success-
fully lobbied against tho Yugo-
slav resolution. At the same
time, it managed strong support
for the Latin American draft and
joined with Great Britain in
sending the Russian resolution
down to a shattering defeat.
The Security Council is expat
to take up the Middle East crisis
a>;ain. following the end Of the
General A-semM\ session
Golda 'Aaier near ihe Wailing Wall
Thousands Pour
Into Jerusalem
Fighting Sporadic-Israelis Down
Egyptian Migm Suez Canal Skirmish
By Special Report
TEL AVIV
uea attack
in company strength on Saturday,
followed by two
from the west hank <>i the canal
urday night and Sundaj morn
were retarded here as li.i
op.....ida mo
lilitai >
About noon on Saturdaj local
time an Egyptian fore.- ol about
men w i found to have crossed
the canal near Rai el Eish about
miles south of Port Saul the
Mediterranean entrance to the
anal liu- force attempted lo es
Hall a bl Idgl head behind the
si ar > Sinai
Bit, on the east bank ol
\ sharp
the Egyptians opened mortar fire
hi Israeli i ositioni and tin- I
. were driven back across (he
i They left quantity of mor
recoilless pins and radio
trnittei equipment Five l~
wounded tgain, on
Sundas Egyptian posi
Ihe Wesl bank opened fill'
ii ihe I-:j i- I'lie-.: guns
Continued on Pat,e 2-A
JERUSALEM iJTAi Thou
lands of Jews poured into Old
Jerusalem this week for the first
time in ltt years while an equal
number of old City Arab residents
cros-ed into the new city for the
first time after Israeli workmen
completed the task of eliminating
most physical barriers between
the two sections Under govern-
ment edict, all parts of the reunited
city wen- made accessible lo all
residents
At the same time, the Israeli
army relinquished control of the
Olc1 City section to civilian police
as Israel's laws trui ordinances
in the new city were widened to
cover the entire municipal terri-
tory. Interior Minister Moshe
Shapiro transmitted to Mayor
Theodore Kollek a new govern
ment order, baser1 on the law ap-
proved by Parliament, which
formally established the reunited
Jerusalem. He also transmitted
to the Mayor the new law pro-
viding protection for the holy
sites, stressing their importance
for all three maior religions.
ised "ii lh U
was lifted this week The ban -i
trade by Israelis in the Old i
in effect since the area was taken,
also was lilted A municipality
spokesman said thai former
City municipal employes will be
retained on a temporary basis and
that later, they will have to
foi permanent status Former J "
danian policemen also have been
retained on a supernumerary.
status
The New City was clearly a
surprise to the Arabs visiting
from the old section. Dressed in
traditional Arab garb and follow
ec1 by veiled women, many win-
dow shopped and roamed around
like tourists. Some of them in-
stalled portable taL les and began
selling oriental food delicacies
and other products In the o'd
section, thousands of Jews walk-
ed around, many looking for
homes they once lived in, many
of which had disappeared during
19 years of Jordanian control.
\ new Jeru >a
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RAC ("alls For Overhaul of American Mideast Policy
ATLAN'l I
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of mm Na.....tal I ommunit)
""[Advisor) Council asked
Overhaul of American p
Midil'. !'..!-'
untlerl.Mn.: causes of conflict
than recurring surface
psoras'
A pottcy statement adopted at
cessclusion of NCRAC's four
meeting here advocated
aarican diplomatic moves to
SjMMeaus an arms embargo by
? treat powers, provide food
and other American
aid to Arab lands conditioned on
"an tnd to belligerency," half
military training programs for
Arab officers whose nations re-
ject peace negotiations, assist Is-
rael's economic development and
initiate positive steps to resolve
the Arab refugee problem.
In their Middle Eat)
the : nine national Jewish organisations
and 80 local community council*,
declared that a revitalised foreign
policy in the crisis .uea requires
"abandonment of the kind ol even
handedneas that fails to distinguish
k I he
ii oi their nei| hboi s and those
who s,-ek peact I s policy musl
recognise ihe limitation
the United Nations m resoh
Middle East disputes, the NCR M
declaration said Ii termed the
I'nited Nations a fragile basis (or
guaranteeing peace and security'
in ihe area.
The I nited States wai Uo
urged to "contribute strong, clear
and unambiguous action" in sup
port of direct peace negotiations,
and advance vigorously I Middle
East development program b
On "Hie COI cepl Ol .1! open pllll
alistu
A symposium on the reactions
of American Jews to the Middle
East crisis concluded that the
"spontaneity and solidarity"
which swept throi"|h the com-
munity had created new momen-
turns for strengthening Jewish
life.
Three organization presidents
featured at the symposium Morris
B Abram. of the American Jewish
Committee, Kabbi Arthur J Lely
\eld of the American Jewish Con
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chological identity with Israel i
er I" I led in the
munity'.s historj
Analyzing the involvement of
' community organizations dur
in the critical period, Isaiah
kofl e\ci nine \ ice chairm.r
N< l; V stressed thai much ii the
spontaneous outburst ol Stipp
|s|.,el WOUM have, been d; -
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leh Regel Pilgrimage Leaves
or Israel Visitation on July 23
Beach Pops Concert >n(">y Orchestra, to will be heM
Peter Nero, one of the foremost' unrt:'>" "' > the Mi-
Pianist, in h.s Held will be -u.s., '"" H,;uh Auditorium, at 8 p
star at the third summer "Pops' > "net! Breeskln will !* conduct'
Concerts of the Miami Beach Sym ling.
*lans have been completed for
the nr-t (ilih Kegel pilnnmaue m
Bo thi- k hy Aaron Kalian. Kxecu
tlvr Director of the Israel Bond
Or^.iiii/ation.
A -penal Kl Al Airlines jet will
By .1 group of Greater Miami Israel
iond le.nlei s !,, Israel on Bunda} .
Hily 23
In announcing th pilgrimage,
,K*han pointed out that this will
be the first revival in modern
times of the ancient custom in
Dsiael when people living in far-
Hst' places made a pilgrimage to
uhr Temple in Jerusalem.
I Kahan noted In and* nl rla>
-tile u|p| i. i i know n and
cri< I in all 'in lai l from
. (i> to Persia here*, er Jew -
to' .' ith fondness lo Zioti
jo the ma
JOi v ,||s
With the unification ol Jerusa
^Bn: undei .i Jewish juMTiimenl
|pr the in -t lime in nearl) h.
tHri'i-s the (H.-h Kegel pilgrimage
tjrii: i i \ \\ i 'l t ir the first time
fey '.; Miami group of Israel Bond
leaders
In consideration of Miami's
lading place in the world-wide
nael Bond program, official
cognition to this group will be
ccorded in Israel. This first his-
trie Oleh Regel pilgrimage will
on* which will have the eyes
Jewish communities fhrough-
jt the world upon it.
Having been accorded tin- offi-
cial recognition, the Miami Israel
Bund leaden will be invited to par-
ticipate In a number of events re-
flecting its symbolic significance
A series of receptions will be ac
corded the group where they will
meet with heads of the Israel gov-
ernment and leading figures In 1-
reel's heroic military victory
Among leaders with whom
special receptions will take place
re Prime Minister Levi Eshkot.
President Zalman Shaiar, Fi-
nance Minister Pinchas Sapir.
Mrs. Golda Meir, Gen. Moshe
Dayan, Gen. Itthak Rabin. Gen.
Eier Weiimann and Mayor Ted-
c>y Kollek of the untied city of
Jerusalem.
Thi
Mian :n holj places in
ho llebn n ind
Wail Old Citj ol
J< ru u ill travel I
Dan to Eilal and from Jericho lo
Sinai, and will be provided with
the opportunil eting l~i ael s
ie real
lea possible
After a two-week stay in Israel
when the group will tour the re
cent battle areas and ^isit the sec
turns which are for the lirst timi
under the control ol Israel, then- BN A I *
will be a weeks leisurely crm-e of f\ 18111008 AlUIHM
the Greek islands, including Ath-
ena, Piraeus, Crete, Rhodes. Delos, Stanley M New mark has been
and Mykonos. prior to returning to 'leered president ol the Greater
the United state- M "" '"' Lambda Phi Alumni \-
m lation
Mr N'ewmark is ,, _ra.ii.ate of
Ihc L'niversit) ol Florida with a
bachelor ol science degree in busi
ne-s administration He received
bat hclor oi law degn i from the
L'niversit) >! Miami He is also a
of I'lii Alpha D> Its Law
Fraternity
ill N.wmark holds the position
of Assistant Public Defender oi
Dade County and is associated with
the law firm ol Koepel and Stark
in Miami
Mr N'ewmark is the son of Mr
and Mrs Irving M N'ewmark, ;i7(il
Ki\ iera l >r (oral Gables
Off AAKON KAHAN
conducts four
Newmark President
The tour will !* personally con
ducted i>\ Aaron Kahan
TO MEMBERS OF
THE AMERICAN
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We are happy to announce ;;
resuming out travel program to
: g July I. Our revise
include visits to the Od City
and other historic sites. Reservatioi I
honored on a first-come served basis.
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15 East 84th Street
New York, NY 10028 Phone (212) TR 9-4500
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"We'll see you in Jerusalem." This promise was made to Mrs.
I Golda Meir. first lady of Israel, on her recent visit to Miami by
Joseph Luria. who was seen here flanked by his son, Leonard,
and grandson, Peter. Joseph Luria will be among the Miami Is-
rael Bond leaders who will be received by Mrs. Meir in Israel
during the forthcoming first Oleh Regal pilgrimage in modern
times, departing for Israel on July 23 under the direction ot
Aaron Kahan, Executive Director of the Greater Miami Israel
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BY SPECIAL REFCRT with their sympathies are For Arab right-wii | publicatioi The ith thi comment thai 1-
York Indi .'-i,,.. nl repeata lh<
harge f bntH-Sovtel collusion %1,,;""A PhUowphical oliti
ii.piu.i.y i extremist it
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in the >i .in \n erican
Jewlsli i omrmttee leader laid
henVb :.,,
Nathan iVrlr.iuitei, I'.rector of
the committee DtUce ol Domestic
Affair" commenting on a survey
Of lirrn-l statements on the
Middle Kast issue, pointed out that
hat* publications, traditionally anti
Cetamnri't. had been trapped by
their fierce anti-Semitism and hatr-
ed Of Isiael into denying Russian
Support of the Arabs On the Left.
he anted the< o:munists. who have
leetg termed themselves as champ
iontf of procress. have placed
tlsMlselves .in champions of pro-
great, have placed themselves in
the p<> Ition of supporting regres
siva Arab countries against the
modern'e social democracy of Is-
rael
Tike survey erai compiled by
tori Klleru- Director of the
Trend- Anal\-es Diwmou of the
lean Jewish Committee
'.< voluti i
fh< i Ii -it Berber!
\ Iheki :. the leading the retli Ian
i immunisl Party, has been
critical il Israel action in the cur-
rent crisis in similar term-
The reactions of the Radical
Right pie-s to the Middle Fast all
uation, the survey indicates, have
been to utilize Ihe situation to at
tack American foreign policy The
'xprcssed symoathies of such pub-
lications for Israel, the survey de-
clares are based mamly on their
hostility to Communist hacking
for the Arab cause.
In support of the view that
American policy in the area ha*
been "catastrophic." the John
Birch Society publication. Re
view of the News, notes that the
entire Arab world has been
alienated, and that what the
United States has lost, "the Soviet
Union and its Communist allies
within the Arab world have
gained."
The survey adds that another
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which have always pictur
themselves at vigorous op-
tnts of Communism, the re-
discloses, have denied that
imunist Russia has been
jrting the Arabs. These
ideations have termed this a
nt Koi' that is being perpe-
led upon the American people
oari of a Zionist Communist
ispiracy.
*cal of th's. the report shows,
he Comment of Edward Fields
Fie Thunderbolt, who suggests
recent issue that the American
?le are "being fooled into be
ring that Communist Russia is
^porting the Arabs in their con
nation with Israel." The article
sumes" that the Soviet govern-
it Is aiding Israel, and that "the
iver trick that they have perpe-
ted is to make it appear as if by
Ming for Israel. Americans are
dting against Communism Just
opposite is true "
iinilarh the tBTVC) declares
>ld 1 Smith, in a June 6 special
irt to his Christian Nationalist
bade followers insists that "the
id washers will tell Amei lea
we must enthrone the Jews in
lei in order to resist I (Mil mil m
)n& the Arab- This is anothei
lie akin to the one they told
leu the) said that lews
killed in World War 11
The extremists of the Far Left,
survey shows, have been e\
in.linn the theme that Israel is
tool of western Imperialists
Irdre Griswold a leader of
luth Against eVar and Fascism,
i>qunte frael in fact i- actinj j- .> pawn
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shot 3,000 Arabs in cold blood"
and had "unleashed a wave of ter
ror against*' civilians An adver
tisement in the University of Mm
nesota campus newspaper, placed
the Arab students there, accused
the United States of itmorinR "the
will of 100 million Arabs "
Mr. Perlmutter. commenting fur
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"apart from the small minority of
extremist opinion, the overwhelm-
ing majority of Americans have
shown, by word and deed, their
sympathetic understanding of Is
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Office it Bcono i ic Opportui
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The dramatic protographs de-
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effect upon every age .-jroup. The
plight of miqrant workers as well
as that of Indians, Mexicans and
Puerto Ricans are depicted. The
problems of depressed areas such
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The other side of the story is aki
shown phases of the war on pov
erty in many communities. Inclu I
ins Job Corps training In urba
and rural tenters Neighborho .1
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Friday. July 7, 1967
* kni*l Ihridlrtm
Pace 7 \
Israel Emergency Fund Soars to New Heights
Israel Emergency Fund of
nited Jewish Appeal pas-cd
3.000.000 mark for Greater
shortly after midnight Sun-
s Bob Hope entertained an
low audience of community
Ts at the Fontainebleau Hotel.
Q^bpe didn't begin his remarks at
Tribute of Honor to five heroes
Israeli air force until late in
rvining. following a highly sue-
~ul appeal that brought the
total to $3,003,418 in Dade
Cant.\ and passed the $4,385,000
mark lor the state in lour intensive
Iks of campaigning.
I've been held over before,
never like this," quipped
after IEF General Chair-
Leonard Rosen brought him
Hope stayed overnight at the
itainebleau. then headed for
mta and a Salute to America
During one of several lews in
tervHWs conducted between the
tiaie the first cocktail reception of
^Bd<> evening began at 5 30 anil
^H close ol the dinner omc seven
hghr- later H"|x was asked about
a
the morale of American troops in
Vietnam
"Their morale is tops Wejiave
never before had such blight, able
troops.'' Hope replied.
Hope preload the Israeli fliers
present and said Israel's triumph
over the Communist-supplied and
supported Arab armies "institut-
ed a totally new strategy in mili-
tary matters todayvictory." He
received four standing ovations
during the evening.
According to Col. Aharon Yoeli
Israeli Air Attache in the United
Statesthe Israelis do not yet con-
sider the current outbreak of fight
ing on the Suez Canal as major.
"But the Egyptians are trying to
create a presence on the East bank
BO they can make a claim to it."
Ik' added.
Rabbi Morris I.ieberman of Bal
timorc. outgoing National Kabbimc
Chairman ol the United Jewish
Appeal, took part in the program
along with I)r Irving l.ehrman of
Temple Emanu-EI here, his suc-
' MOT in the national I'JA post
Dr. I .eon Kronish aided Komii
tout
and Associate IEF chairman How
arcl Kane in the fund-raising ap-
peal, which continued smoothly for
more than an hour
The Israel Emergency Fund
now gears up for a pro soccer
game at Miami Stadium July 12
between the Miami Cobras and
the championship Atietica Club
of Brazil. All proceeds go to the
IEF.
The soccer game, first ever to bo
hold in Miami Stadium, will find
the Cobras fielding at least one
, Israeli pro Ur. Meanwhile. IEF of-
ficials await word on plans to uae
Miss Israel for another function of
the I MA campaign this week
Rosen and his legion of associate
chairmen, co-chairmen and vice
chairmen, went into the dinner
with just under S2.700.000 on hand.
They wore determined to hit the
S3.000.OWI mark to Highlight the
most successful fcuxLraising tarn
paign in the history of the local
lewiah community.
The> did it. with a meat assist
from Hope and lite Israelis And
there were more than .'{imi persons
turned away from the dinner on
the telephone, another loo or more
at the door
The S3,000,OOC achievement lo-
cally and the nearly S4.400.000
in the state far outstripped any
previous campaign for the Unit-
ed Jewish Appeal in Florida his-
tory.
Greater Miami ranks 10th in the
nation in the IEF drive, behind
New York, t hicago, l"s Vngeles
Philadelphia Boston, Detroit,
Cleveland, Baltimore and Newark
Chaim Weiimann Party
(Shako VVeizmann Hadassah an-
uial splash party will in- held Sup
ay from \2 noon to 4:30 p.m al
he home o! Mr and Mrs Phil
Sans. Mil sw 2Bth !>i Miami
'riends ,md relatives <>t members
ire welcome Chairman of the af
fair is Mrs William Srhoi
Reviewing dramatic sucress o! S night's Tribute of Hone:
to heroes of Israeli air force ileft to riqhf Col. Aharon Yoel.
Israeli a:r attache to the United States embassy; Bob Hope
newly named honorary colonel in the Isiueli a:: tore-
Leonard Rosen, qeneral chairmen of the Israel En
Fund for Greater Miami. More than 600 pe;
more than 300 turned away becaust- cf Limited Beating
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Bui Moshc Dayan appear on
teleiision witti 'H h i '
Afoii.i Bban .i>iH>ar.s un television
and his words ring with itrcngUi
and ur.icc They arc proud I
tremble at what tin y da Some
how, over the Kulf o! m> ali<
tion and assimilation I havi
marched in the Vietnam i>-
parade on Madison Avinue. OUT
children hall asleep 'in our iboul
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Zim lines has :ed thai
the ss Shalom will maki > n
cruise- from New York t" Monl
on Sept 1!' and ^< p' ''" 11
to the seven K\|. ei ui -
uled fur the liner between Ji
and Sept 8.
Mr Avner Manor, execute
president ol the American-Israeli
Shipping Co Inc I S repri
lives ol the Zim Lines said I
the Sept 19 cruise will tx ol 10
days' dura ion anil the Sept -(,i
cruise, a Rosh-Hashana cruise, will
be 11 days
b> praj ing I may
Dtlgh tfi nail a
Mczuzah I" the doorpost of my
l..it somehow, through the
c loud raised by tank col-
the Sinai, l have re-
ered part of my past I
iped oul part of my (ear
la lam Perhaps it is a tern
mirage on my religious
Perhaps I \ t been at-
i I too long to make a come
i rl i 'Ins i- all I piece
ol manufactured theatrics yener-
ted i Irams ol the mass
Fancy, a cheap
30 ..ears of Guilt.
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\nd if I have actually found
. heritage, what if it is
to pass onto my sons?
ma through my library.
lor what .. what is it
i ailed I keep saying Hananah.
lah! HereI turn the
ll II i a long lost family
i ., link to another time. I
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Friday JuJy ~ ;*
Thousands Pour
Into Jerusalem
Continued from Page 1-A
ft i ,ta> and it "... also indieal d
that the Old City area will soon he
Inked to the national telephone
exchange a> p:irt ol the New City,
The Postoffice also is opening a
number of branches in the Old
City section Old City residents
were invited to change their Jor-
danian currency lor Israeli rounds.
Rabbi Mayer Abramowitz.
spiritual leader oi Temple
Menorah, congratulates |oy
Greenberg on her giaduation
from the Bureau oi Jewish
Education High School and
lor Excellence in Studies.
Joy. daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
Harold Greenberg, is a grad-
uate of Temple Menorah
Religious School and is a
teacher in the school.
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which Will be the only leyal tender,
at a rate of 7 5 Israeli pounds for
one Jordanian dinar.
The "basic law" on protection of
the holy Mies covers shrines sacr I
to Christianity. Judaism and Islam
and would impose prison terms of
up to seven years for desecration
of the sites or for preventing wor
shippers Trent attending services al
the sites. The municipality bill an
thorites the Interior Minister to
include, by administrative deci-
sion, an area into an existing mu-
nicipality or to combine existiug
municipalities 1'nder the measure,
the Interior Minister also is au-
thorized to name municipal coun-
cilors from residents of the ne
municipal territories.
Representatives oi Jerusalem
burial societies submitted a report
on the status of the graves on
Mount of Olives The report said
thai several thousand burial St(
had been removed by the Jordan
ians. presumably for building pur
pases Some graves had been do
stroyed by the Ann:.an regime
when it built highways acru>v the
traditional .leuish cemeti i
However, graves in the "Rabbis'
> ction wh re somi >: the most
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Alberl .' Beer was re elected for
a second term as president of Beth
David Congregation at it* annual
meeting in Spector Hall Ofl
chosen to serve with him were vice
presidents Hersehel Rosenthal,
Mendell Selij Robert II Traurig,
Sam Badanes and Charles Rosen
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ter during the fiscal 1961 88
The i .: i nation heard s report
if in _i nuth dm ing th< pa-
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imming, educational and
cultural achievements
Spinoza Forum Thursdays
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of 13 lectures to be given this
summer by Dr Abraham Well
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NCRAC Calls For
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Its Mideast Policy
Continued from Pe 1-A
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time."
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on social MieiH < studies and fir-t
hand investigations in cities torn
i)> raeial disorders diacloaed at
the aeasion, that there wet no eei
denee that the growing polanza
tion of raeial antagonisms in the
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antiSemitie than other non-JoWs.
\ policy statement adopted bj the
session held that Negroes geuer
ill) harbor fewer tntislewish ;
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* Mni*t Ikxrididr
>nge
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BOBfRT CAlhl/r
ert Galbut
led to Frat
t.- (3 ilbut 43( Royal P i
^liami I'.e.ich. .i "I'll
kaduate .-it Vcahiva Univer
is been Inducted into Ne
Mg Chapter Alpha Epailon
^temedica! honor societ)
He~L air.o' DUP Ol
e-mail.cai studenta at Ytshh i
> I left the undergraduate school
liber.ii art- and ciencea for
n Of Ye*ln\a I'nivcrsit) wl I
e fMniiM-rx ol the New York Zeta
lapotr chartered in lffJB h\ the
tlonal organization
He i- the -on of Mr ami M' -
P Galbut. of Miami Botch.
Southern Bell
To Construct
New Facility Here
Construction of d $2.3 million fa-
cility to serve more than 17.000
future Miami telephone* began
here at 2135 W Rlgler Slice'
The 100 i>> 108 ft building will
Ih- completed by late October Lyle
Roberta, Inc., ol Miami. was low
Didder on the project, which will
l>e Southern Bell Telephone Com-
pany'] 18th installation of this type
in Greater Miami
An interesting aspect of the
project is that while the lend
and building will cost about
$410,000, the equipment to be
placed inside and the cable
needed to connect it with other
facilities will cost $1.9 million.
New twitching equipment to
handle calls will C09l SI 2 million.
and underground cablet to tie the
equipment to other switching cen
en will coal SfitiO.ooo The equip
Til m II be Installed and the f;.
cilitj placed into service in June
of nexl *
In addition to vn ma residi n
ii rihers the nev cei tei
will serve business customers, in-
cluding Pan American World N
The ciiier m ill pros, ide P u
a ith Sw Itched N '< ork
Thil equipment building, to be built on Flagler uesiqned to biend witn the aichitectuie of the
St.. by Southern Bell Telephone Company, is community.
Service Thia will be the fourth
city in the country which Pan
American has connected to the
i k.
I he n Iw ork w .11 pi"\ ide a niun
lines for the company's
use in communicating
Mil mi and Ni w York
San Francisco i
between Pan Am in Miami and
fices m these cities \> ill be
i |y .i local calls.
Dr. Muskat Honored on Beach
e\ ision execute es were among
guests
Bernard Resnich president ol
Sta Hotel gi oup wai
ch in man Th Sho>
' of tin D
Lido, Delai SI H orni S
hoi b. Sea Gull. Si a Me Luci
nd l and ". Monti Carlo Hot"
i ii ii Mtiskal executhe ch
ii of Interama, as hoi
l -t at a luncheon tendi
his bchall by the Stars
oup
ii h b
If MAN CARPENTER
HOME REPAIRS
, miner -he" VOU hinkl
HMHI
Ov CaM do ah"
Rrp. o''H
" Cond-'O'iJ1 Commciiwin
W.nde v. & Icnaswa Rep"ed c R-
>tacci Pjnel -j Cattnals, Ooou
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AJMicions-Remodeling Inc.
I EiKM< N Jefc Too lotal
UCCNUD 4 INSURED
'"ii:
TIMATfS MJT SMVICI
L WINDOW
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40 SW. 68th Street
| J840 S.W. 68th !
,, 'Ttep*iring Re
e raulbine
Replacing
Recaulking
idewt fktere Windows
lit e Tub Inclesures
^ereters Class Deers
ii Mirrors
We have come upon a program that
we believe will be a big step in the
right direction. It consists of a 30-
minute film that 9*mry adult should
nd) a booklet that ovary prt-
teenage child should have. The film
amploys professional actors and is a
16 mm. sound-and-coler production.
The booklet helps prepare children
for the hours they must spend away
from home by giving thorn guidelines
which can protect them from "Bad"
people. It speaks to them in their
language and teaches them careful-
ly, without frightening them.
This entire program is enthusi-
astically approved by PTA groups,
law enforcement agencies, church
administrators and parents. It is
available to all civic, church, and
fraternal organizations with our
compliments.
RESERVATIONS
for a showing of this reveoling film
ond distribution of the booklet may be
mode by contacting us. We hope you will
take advantage of this public servica.
TELEPHONE 757-5544
Funeral Canters
And
The Jayceo Clubs
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*Jew/si* fkrid *r
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AG^DATH ACHIM. Th Mart
Hotel. 6-J23 CclliM Asr 0'thod>x
ag^dath israel rasi cariyia .*
Orthodox. Rabii' li ia< I -
AHAVAT SHAl'nV CONtfW^IW
*TION ?85 SW 67th Avt. Ortho <0X
Cantor Morris Bar'
ANSHE EMES K83 SW Itth Ave
Conservative EmanutlKush.lv.iU.
president. Cantor Sol Pakowitz.
BETH oavid. M2S8WSrd Ave. Cob
servative. Rabbi Sol Landau. Cantor
William W. Lioson
BETH EL. 50tTsw 17th Ave. Ortho
dox Rabbi Solomon Sch'tf
f at ": ii'" ~'' ''' m
b: "The Li Ma" -"
: m Mini ha : 10 u.m
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BETH ISRAEL. 770 40th St. Ortho
dox. Rabbi Berel Wein.
__-
ETH JACOB. 30' Washington Ave
Orthodox. Rabbi Shmarvaru. J
Swirsky. Cantor Maurice Mamenes.
ETH KODESH. 1101 SW 12th Av
Modern Traditional Rai>b. Max
Shapiro. Cantor Ben;amin Ben-An
K> das 7:SS p < Rablil v ""
... | Canti i BenJai ': i V" "I::
i, Saturd ii rvli i "
s ,.,. .. The 1 i -> '
i. i
rvices
u.
rju VU~LJ
THE RABBI SPfAKS FROM HtS F'JIPIT
CAND1EMGHT.NG TIME
SIVAN ""
A TASTE OFHEBREW
.resented by THf TARBUTH FOUNDATION FOR THE ADVANCEMENT OF
HEBREW CULTURE ond fhe AMERICAN JEWISH PRESS ASSOCIATION
Editor: Dr. Shlomo Kodesh
IrXF.PHOM CONVERSATION
Hello. Sara. Shalom, what's
new at home?
She: Shalom. Joseph. I have
already returned.
: Where were you?
At the dentist's?
She: No. at a neighbor of ours.
Mrs. Cohen, from the third
floor.
He: What happened so suddenly
at that neighbor of ours?
She: There is a crisis in the kitchen.
I asked her to help me.
He: A crisis in the kitchen!
What's the trouble, perhaps I
can help you.'
She. The water does not run (come
down). 1 neeJ a plumber
He: But Mrs. Cohen Is no plumber!
She: Sure, she isn't, hut she would
like lo help me lo imd a
a plumber
Pcrhap-. know the
address of a plumber?
Sure. I knew. Bui I fi
He lues on Sholem Aleichem
Street, bin I forgot the num-
ber of the house.
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Shalom Joseph.
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perhaps
surely
dentist
lives
floor
the third if.)
1 have been
ii was)
-:,s seeks
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C-._... j^._ trouble
r 1 >(
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J-;;.-?
rni
ex.-;:
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8 Andrews av< R
Richard V '
K -ient.
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"JSP &
Rabbi "h.i.o Cha ti
Time To W rite
V Now Torah"
+
dore Vindich
HA
,ETH MOSHE cr.NCREGAT-ON
1630 W. Dixie Hwv Con.-rvat.ve
Rabbi David Rosenteld. Cantor Sey-
mour Hinkes.
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BETH SOLOMON. 50 NW 51ft PI.
Conserative. Rabbi Aharon Feier.
,etu TFILAH 35 Euclid Ave. Or-
thodox. Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovsky
1ETH TORAH 164th St and NE 1th
*ve Conservative Rabbi Mix Lip
sch'ti Cantor Jacob R'"'"
.., ,, ...Tii,.,. 6 ; m. Saturd i> '
Minolta :
J'NAI RAPHAEL 401 NW '83rd St
Conservative Pabbi Harold Richter
Cantor Jack uerner
-L'BAN HEBREW CONGREGATION
OF MIAMI 1242 Wash.ngton Ave
By RABBI MORR'S KIPPE5
AILANDALE JEWISH CENTER ^ ,;,, ,, Toran [j
^w^^a..8''0 is time to writ. ne.....W In
fast changing
rtorld, w h e r e
such words is,
"The Now."' or
the "Happen
Ing," re signi
ficanl and in
such a milieu
that hoKis little
regard for act-
or antiquity; in
an a^*' when
anything old
items to hoi I no
H-BREW ACADE'.O 2*0 P netree
Df Orthodox Nabb. Aiexand.r S
Grot*
HOLLYWOOD" TEMPLE |HAI. W
Johnson St. Conservative Ribb
David Shap.ro. Cantor vehuoah
O
Heiibrinn
.SRAELITE CENTER. *"?
St Conservative P'' *v'"'
Dratln. Cantor WMliam B Nusatn.
JACOB C. COHhN COMMUNITY
s.NAGOGuE '53i kV*h",0it<",.A**
Orthodox Rabf T,bor H. Stern
Cantor Meyer Engel
.SNESETH ISRAEL I4T8 EudldI Awo
Orthodox Rabbi David Lei-neid ^-jgrjom for tilt'
Cantor Ab'.ih.im Sen ,. m .,
OHEV SHALOM. 911 Normandy Or
Ortnooox. Rabbi Phmeas Weber
man
loving pe
n.d the
ably, thi-n- v-
i u luld deny p<*aci
,-,. vs.th th* Israel.*
In mention t 'he reader th.
well known fact that History con
stal, us itrflf, is both int.
,,,i insulting to the intelligence o:
ol this column. Th.
important message, rather, is that
roKAH i- ETERNAL becau-
a |j 3000 yean ago. sud
. becomes a HappUking for u<
i .ur matute acceptance
new levrfl
i grcil dea '
U .it we art :
-oil and
reccfl la
. loiUag '

ate This r.t
*
I*
MINVONAIRES SYNAGOG-E 5737 s i(.|, ., jesting nbbi Kione'
Bird Rd Modern tr.ad.to-a' Ma .. ... .|ia. ,. write I
W. Temchm. president Cantoi L-,.'* "--
cohm I".. more thai
It i *""' "n"1<
the modern mai 'hat >ou m
sephardic jew'sh center 4 investigate this n I act 10 ttf
Con.nt Ave Rev Cantor Saai Nan ^^ i,u|,.(.,| ;, ,- 31 ., : .. I he COflCefneXj1 nrr
""* ___ image to witness .1 r would natural!) cither c..:
ir>v lake synagogue '8-5i ne American jew step ip to th. I liatncwil it mm u Tv
E?,hcaoiVa'n. a Saturday r, B,b4i b, Dr. Spo.
the ancient Wesi ,. we ar, told by Dr Spock
1 Pediatrician thai what our dull
- doing 1- not unuaual, but thr.
> child en's thrt)u*h tin-
phase, w- ar.- both comforted and
assuaged We '>> on a new per
'^^.^Vrr^. "t -nc very s.
Gardens Rd Rabbi Milton Schlmsky. figures, which I- tile SCI
Cantor Maur.ee Neo Torall. Slllt'ls ho DjUSl aSJJl
temple HTHAM 5950 n Kenda.. can this ancient docume.
Or So Miami Hetorrr. Rabbi si'Mowim; parchment > 10
Herbert B.umgard. Cantor M,ch... ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^^^ ^ ; ^ fc ^ (
as this Torah 1- so it is fresh in 1 Jew, living in j moment of Hitor>
temple beth el of molly- as a Happening eVen as the when reading the i'K.\U and t
R,0b?.sarnue1. jS.m .eader d.Rfs.s these words 1 experience 01 MUSKS and the
Sabbath Veauer i. ; discover how reading the Torah ^regation .11 Israel. e tind wcu
SSg 'i.'r'. today is. a "Now--Happening Pei is happening toda, is a moder
mit me to rephrase a portion oi wision 01 what ;.j> riapj^ned atao-
TEjeMt.P,^Eon BAEv;HconR,AervMa,\EeL R.bt "ais ucks Torah reading. "The times in the ^
David Raab. Cantor Saul H Breeh. COmtregatiOO quarn'lle u,!;,::;f'. y*ng. wh>
In Judaism." Concluding >.- U brought tins ( omjre^ation into
; is p in
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TEMPLE BETH SHOLEM of Holly
wood 1725 Monroe St. Conserv.it v?
Rabbi Morton Malavsky. Cantor Er
nest Steiner.
-----o
TEMPLE BETH SHOLOV. 4'44 Chasf
Ave. Liberal. Rabbi Leon Kronisn
Cantor David Conviser
i-'i I'l.i r '
, -
Hill -
t the


Y\e read thu [\>RAH portio
thi^ week then 1 >i to dull ou-
:hi>"il,lerness-"whs",ir! VOU ,0 ""' ">" r
k-e the old Congn roRAH. but to assuage our aBXi.
\ 'he Happenings ol to-lay

st GOD and
'.
TEMPLfc BtTH TOV 64:8 Srt ttr,
St. Conservative. Rabbi Simon April
TEMPLE B'NAI SHOLOM 16800 N vs
22nd Ave. Conservative Cant.- Aells B'dl
\;
'i
I .1
\' '
I \.i- ion ol
uncomfortable ev
iat i- limptj rh i
were freed I
-,i, vr.Miea:d I
Abraham Reiseman.
TEMPLE EMANU-EL. 170' Washing
ton Ave. Conservative. Rabbi Irving
Lehrman Cantor Zvi At -
K .
... .
The \V. I
I tally kpi
iment
leceivn m nandmdp
' '> i.-tur
hlaM Im
m 'han part-
lhal .ment o
> Vmerican Jew
ho would prefer tha
ml ii table
\ ind 'he-
. instead o
.. a \kgJU ia
ii Ii nsisi o
II Katwi ; "" v..... ?
pa> a he.,. .......'"t>
y. the) ",'' ',u""'!. ,hV'w
to cross ',v^ ** 'r'>
SYNOPSIS OF THE TORAH PORTION HUKKATH
Moms strikes the rock with his staff and water gushes I
"And Mom- smote the rock with his rod twice: anil water
came forth abundantly" (Num. 20.1 li.
HUKKATH The portion begins with "the statute of the
law" of the red heifer, whose ashes "shall be kept for the con
gregation of Israel as a water sprinkling a purification from
sin (Num 19.9) At the outset of their fortieth year in the wild-
erness, the children of Israel reached the desert of Zim and halt
ed at Kadesh There Miriam died When the water gave out God
instructed Moses and Aaron to gather the Israelites before I
roek: Moses was to speak to the rock, and it would gush water
Bui Mo-.- irriated at the peoples complaints, struck the rock
with his rod For this lack of faith in the divine power Moses
and Aaron were punished with never being able to enter the
Promised Land From Kadesh the children of Israel moved on to
mount. Hor, where Aaron died Thence the, circled the land of
Edom and arrived al Trans Jordan from the east, defeating the
rorcea of Sihon, king ol th,- Amorites, and Og, king of Basl
This recounting of tha Weekly Portion of tht Law is .
tracted and based upon "Tha Graphic History of the Jewish
Heritage" edited by P. Wollman-Tsamir, $15 Publisher i.
Shengold, and the volume is available at 27 William St New
York 5, N.Y. President of the society distributing the volume
ia Joseph Schlang.
^'"''^^^^^^.BjMBMBjaiaa^siss^^^^^Miii
TEMPLE ISRAEL OF CHEATER Ml
AMI. 137 NE 19th St. Reform, Rabbi
Joseph R. Narot.

TEMPLE ISHAtL OF R a V A R
3500 SW 69th Way. C. .-
Rabbi Irwin Cutler.
e
TEMPLE JUDEA. 5500 Oranada Bivd
Reform. Rabbi Morris K
il,,ni, A I
TEMPLE MENOHAH 620 '-th St
Conservative. R.ibhi Maver Abranv
owiti Cantor Nico Feidman
i will tun
m
m
* \^ \ i|-\\ w \- \ jFrw .v-vtha,
i Link, at*
wi'loethssl
'hat shoal:
: tl..-St.W
, can ^ cos.
not contest
live status tiM
who ,- .. Jen T
. ,11 be .-,,
return to th. Slaver, N
.Usm rathe, than Ml| th
Freedom tl no h,, dr:
Ralph Glumin. Cantor Herma
Marchbtin
I rldaj s |. in s.-in.
,.
inmi Man lib. In svlll .
I .i n. \
- f Mi and Mr* li. s.
.ih
TEMPLE SINAI OF NORTH MIAMI
Temporary office. 18801 NE 22na
Ave. Reform Rabbi Ralph Kmqslev

il

T!.^PL.E TIFE"E*H JACOB 06, E
b^k *" Hlaleh- Conse-vi-v.
Rabbi Maurice Klein
: ii in

/4.1ms*

''''' Mon
July 9nm7 In Jew,sh Life
V,, '' ""-' The JOWlsh Worship
, T,mpl.. Urael. M.r.mar.
,mM.,oM.n.
row in
I 1'i.rce
'rving UhrmMi R)tH
'"> Hose Mlnml Shores
r Joseph H o-ahea.
1 -cesan R.dw and Telex.s.on Con,


F: lay July 7. 1967
* if n /*# fhridlicir
Page 13-A
Slegel Invited
To Cornel!
Program
Liza, daughter of Mrs. Anne Breslaw, of 9901 E. Broadv.ew Dr.,
was chosen as "most understandina student in scholarship of
Temple Ner Tamid Reliqious School. At the Sabbath religious
'services, she received the annual Ntr Tamid Scholarship
.Award. Rabbi Eugene Labovitz (letti spiritual leader ot Ner
Tamid makes the presentation to Liza Breslaw.
Sidi i I, ttcecutlv* director
o! the Jewish Convalescent no e
ind Fellow of the American Col
le t ol Nursing Home Admim.-
trators has been invited by Cornell
University to attend the Institute
for Administrators of Long Term
Institutions
S ogel will be one of 30 admins
trators throughout the country to
participate il tb seminar, which
sponsored by the Graduate
School of Business and Public Ad
., (ration a"d the Sloan Insti
tiite of Hospital Administration.
These courses will be given July 9
to July 21
Sit gel has assisted other admin-
ttraiora and members ol the State
Board of Health in the Dade (."nun
t> area in setting up a non-credited
curriculum for administrators de-
siring Nursing Home Management
information He is presently assisl
ing the American College of Nurs
ing Home Administrators in setting
up a curriculum at the l Diversity
of Buffalo.
Alumni fleer Goodman
David Goodman, a member of
the law firm of I'allot. Marks Lun
Poppell ami Horwich, baa
teen elected to the national board
of thi tit) of Missouri Alu n
\ ssociation
RABB-, ORDAINED
,
irea o* Rabt
and Co" tee*ed in Challenging pulpit Babt
0 Be* 2973 Miam. 3310
Bella Fishman
Services Held
"Services for Mrs. Bella Y Plate-
aaan. board member of Temple
Urth Sholom Sisterhood, were held
m Tuesday at Riverside Norman-
> Dr Chapel Mrs Fishman. 62.
d 5334 Latiorce Dr.. Miami Beach,
died Saturday in Lvov. Russia
t*h* astd attending her niece's gradua-
tion from medical school.
A 23 year resident of Miami
Beach, she was a board member
at ncitzmann Branch Farband.
a member of the Jewish Na
nal Fund and the Zionist Organ
ilat.on of America. Mrs Fishman
le to this country from Russia
1926
"Survivors include her husband
Jacob, three daughters. Mrs Mor-
ris Feldman. Mrs Barton Udell
apd Mrs. Alexander Andron: a sis
Mrs Kalea tlluzman. and
fen grandchildren.
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riaaler >
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M .ill I ..
WEiNBtRG Nathan, 71 Il lei
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PRiAZER. Ih rnart m :
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SJrrl V- I a,t M h> r l.'..nU >er leaa i
J mm IS mi I Ihgov I Hi ? I i"l
GINGOLD Mr* 1 n irw. 1 1 Tl
\1. Miami lte.i. h s.tvi. i
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. i V Nifirinrtv Irl.- :"ha|.!
HOFFMAN. Yr* V mil. Tl
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CALMAN. lU-marS. 74. o< N R
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Gulfstream Opens Gafes
4s Tourist Attraction
S'DIVJY S/fCfl
'Dan' Begins Vew Run
A new ship he {tan a new service
last month under a new name She
is Zim Lines' n:otor>hip Dan for
merly known a; the Bilu. which
-ailed from Ha fa on May 21 to
establish a fortnightly passenger
and car ferry service between 1-
rael and Venice.
ORDAINED
RABBI
( 'illy qualified to take co
ple'e ShofKr- ^f^ohel Baal Kor.-'
Baal Toka.aK tee1! to relocate
I ibbi O R
r : 3 Miami 33101
Gulfstretm Park reopened Tuei
day in its role of a summertime
,. ..i-t attraction.
Admission is free and visitors
an treated to postcards, color bro
ihures and other souvenir items
plus a -elf guided tour at no charge
Children are admitted when BC
companied by an adult The track
is open seven days a week from
10 a m. to 4 p.m
FXCE ^NT
CANTOR EACHER
Cu'Hinfd vece C*K leader 18 year-
cp-ii< ..'i .nrhes Held pre
mmen> ponltont, i ERV REASONABIF
Availab'a 1er year w Hiqh Holiday*
Ante Great Canto Bo> W73. Miam
Flor da 33101
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It's \mazing How Some People Can Do So Much 1
M.* ^ ^ ,)r Brasch lellfl the source of sup. rd
FOR PEOPLE who can just about get
one solid tlii'iK accomplished in a
week, it Is a source oi endless amaze-
ment how others can do so much.
I stand in awe. (or example, of a rabbi
named Rudolph Brasch. He's now in
Australia, and when you read his life's
story you would think that jusl staying
alive would have kept him busy. He was
a Nazi victim, then toiled in London during the
been in Ireland and in south Africa and now h
fashionable temple in Sydnej
Biltz He S
an .i large,
But while cop,,,, with fate, this Habb. has managed
,o S-.re more Information -ban an army of researches
and has produced one book after another
A Jewish savant. Dr Brasch, in one of his books, de
scribed the significance of each Hebrew letter Each one-
has a story, you know, and some meaning
But in addition to Jewish lore, Dr Brasch has mopped
Up [eneral information and he has packed much ol it in
a new book called "How Did it Begin?
You wouldn't believe that .. rabbi could have accumulat
ed all the intriguing data in that book
In 350 pages Dr Brtaeh telH the source of sur
lionTasMciated with salt, the number IS. knockin
wood, four-leafed clover, horseshoei mirror*, ladm
black tats rabbit feel and more Another chapter drat
with what you mlghl call Romanceana: kissing. r .
wedding rites, etc But there are 25 chapters in all. ,..
one more enlightening than the next 'ion learn aba
handshaking dietary laws, wigs, beards white lyhani
manic medicine, nags, military tabooa the calendar. .,:
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By MILTON FRIEDMAN
Congressman Puts Mezz
Washington
U/HEN REP. JOSHUA Elll*
Pennsylvania Democrat, o cu-
; his new congressional ofl i e
i :;, i| his firsl acts ras to aftix
a mezzuzah at his door This ai I
typified the conviction ol the newly-
elected, 45-year-old Congressman
Eilberg's Judaism is proudlj as
nis : Sise bespeaks -ell assurance. His man
ner is mild, his bearing modest
As a freshman Congressman, Eilberg concedes
that he has a lot to learn His enthusiasm and per-
ception indicate that he will learn rapidly He has
not forgotten the depression years as a child in
Philadelphia. His lather, who worked as a janitor,
saw to it that he attended Talmud Torah daily
Today, Eilberg confesses to rebelling against the
archaic discipline ol Orthodox instruction But this
failed to alter his devotion to Jewish education His
commitment is evident in the active role ol his wife
as a Jewish social worker and the serious relig
studies ol both their children Eilberg is a trustee
ol Beth Fmeth Synagogue and hold- membership in
Oversees Newsletter: By ELIAHU SALPETER
Autopsy In Israel
Jerusalem
TO THE BUTCHER of Tel Ha
shomer: M> pen i~ too weak
to describe your swinish actions.
your horrible stealing of parts from
human bodies Death to the
doctors, the criminal swine!"
This is a typical paragraph from
a letter received by Professor Haim
Shiba, Director ol the Tel Hashomer hospital, one
of Israel's best medical institutions. His crime": in
the past fifteen years, the hospital under his direc-
tion has saved the sight ol about one thousand
patients by emergency transplantation of corneas
from the eyes ol fresh corpses.
The letters and posters are part of the campaign
conducted bj ultra-Orthodox elements against post-
mortem operations. The ultra-Orthodox claim that
Jewish religious laws forbid the post-mortem dis-
section of deceased, something that is not the unani-
mous view of ail Orthodox. They also do their best
to confuse two issues: post mortems. the purpose of
which is to find out facts about the disease of the
deceased (opinions about which genuinely differ
among the Orthodox) and taking of parts of the bodv
of a deceased to save another persons life or vital
organs (something that is considered permissible by
most Orthodox under the supercedmg "pikuach
nefesh principle of Jewish religion I.
Israel law permits post mortem operations when
the cause of death is not known or when criminal
aspects arc involved or when there is no objection
from next of kin. if three authorized doctors sign
an affidavit attesting to the necessity of the opera-
tion. The doctors maintain that taking parts ot tIn-
human bodly for vital transplantations is not a
post mortem operation.
The more reasonable among the Orthodox want
0 lorbi.l any post mortem operation or transplanta-
tions-^ next of kin object They raise several ar-
guments about which genuine debate is poss
1 hey ask for example, why should a person's right
to his own bod) cease with h.s death? Or whether
a iT"1" ^-'""sP'antations are justified under the
pHmach nefesh principle? This opens the door for
esubtte rabbinical arguments should the danger
tal hhndness, for example, be equated with the
siahfofoS -.what is the case wheS the
sight oi onlj one eye is involved, while the second
eye is not in dan aniog ,, principle ,ha, objeel ,ext of kin to tra7s?lants
should be respected unconditionally, can it indeed
be ascertained within the very few hours ,at m n
Sn? b?r'n ,h" momen' "' death of the
donor and the possibility to use of the delicate pa's
of the body lor transplantation-'
nec2stJ!2h? "f"," by l"" """"Orthodox which
nTtarn ,h s,a,lon"'K Of police in some hos-
u/ali On His Door

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Kilbcrg s n a majoi ity li the
syhania State Legislature when \ leavi
the floor, he asked Kiil I for him as
acting majority leader
Eilberg served in the Pacifii a> a Naval liet I
ant during World War II Duty look him to Oku
and the Chinese coast with Fleet Air Wing No 1
He was graduated from Templi Law Scl
gained notice as a bright young assistant dis
attorne> in Philadelphia on the staff ol Richardson
Dilworth In 1954 he won elect Philadel-
phia's Oxlord rt-li a ea to the state Legislature
He was n eelected to Harrisbui
tame the firsl Jewish lloor leader in the historj ol
Pennsylvania He fought fo a fan Sui laj i
law i i xempt .lew- and \
an arbitrarj i ilation His bi i the
House, but there was no I I tl
the SI li Sei ate
Eilberg sponsorship | lo> mcnl a
civil i islation drew t hi
He sponsored a resolution calling on the Ei
immission lo re\ iew thi In -
adio station that promoted a '
h-t The preacher later campaigned ....
with Jewish
.Mindful ol the respect I
bj ; oor but devout i arents, Ei
! a-'sage ol legislation to make his i
Temple, a state university This n d tuitioi
and : : attendance ol underprivili i
dents
Mrs I i the former Gladys Greenbei
'he hti r ol .. schochet iritual slaughter* i S i
social worker at a Jewish institution, the
former Strawberry Mansion Day Can This
institution became the Paley Daj Care Centei
agenc> supported by the Federation ol Jewish i
ties She u.,s mad.- president of the renter and
also served as ,, supervisor ol the Association for
Jewish Children
Between you and Me: By BORIS SMOLAR
On Treblinka
JEWISH RESISTANCE S
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which 80U.i>
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this
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Plague Of Population Explosion
IA#E ARE NOW in.I ,1,....... .!.._. _____
y^E ARE NOW just about a third
"I a century away from the
yeai 2000; and in the period oi the
-*uth century closing in on us. the
world s population probably will
double Certainly when we move
'"';' the 21st century. China and
India will each have at least a bil-
lion inhabitants (if nuclear damage
ami famine do not upset prediction*,
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;,ml even coerce the undei ,
birth control." ever citis*
v.- -he indictment ''"' oW,
Jewish and Protestant i, ,, ,. .
",J '"'- Bishop John Hmesoo^
Episcopal prelate, made-it clea. '- i
j.....^TBtfri&wad?i:
the church ,n aiding the poor .11 I ^ hy
enphasued his chure.r. energetic^st.nSin^ ".
problems of populafon con.ro or th ren.rTr '
en, has ,h,
lo platu
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oviding such information We bel.ev,
" mto and of the world ttoHM
Jit) to mainUin a balance HHec
'he world and its population."
,,, .' I action totl.e
; negative Com
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J-'Oienuous in ,, ,.', S1I,M,:,
"; """- 'he right ol prlv.c, wbei
', lear mm
oo, UJ 'h-t the
'' ethnoppo^
- I Mie more con',,
I d a COhi
una that WaahiBfi
Catholic appeals
ren i,,f,ed b> th,
' the l,ishop> were bealm
,. from CMiriost
is written into rigid guidlines re
11 >' both the DeUrtaearl
" "'" V- md the OfAc
Opportunit)
land'"! '" A"''*;"-^ lWW city. Mayor John V
w u'r' ,nr,Kdl> mU'nneii a" *ho M.-ned that he
pi Am n ,*, ^ ,0 allow the ;'"' birth control information to v*el
M.nv", r"n ,h0l,h th*y do request it
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FLOR.DA
No. H7-9S64
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' -Jj BADE FEDZ&& .,'/
The men behind Dade Federal Savings its distin-
guished Board of Directors, the men who carefully
determine the Association's policies and guide its
many-phased operations.
These business and civic leaders have a thorough-
working knowledge of economic trends in various
types of businesses, plus many years of service in the
is and loan field. Their outstanding ability and
experience qualifies them to direct the affairs of the
Association in the best interests of its members. Their
actions have helped Dade Federal to achieve its solid
position of strength, responsibility and leadership.
Join the more than one hundred thousand savings
and home loan members who enjoy the extra bene-
fits of DFS-the Dependable, Friendly Service of
Djue Federal Savings.
One rf.7Ae **HonVa'*,SI **, Urg.,^,
Dade Federal Savings
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SERVE DADE COUNTY
Main Office
101 East Fisgto, street
, SkvLake Branch
18300 N.E. 19th A*t.
Allapattah Branch
1400 NW 36th St.
Tamiami Branch
t90l S.W.SthSC
Edison Center Branch
6800 NW 7th Ave.
Kendall Branch
US| S.W. 104th St
North Miami Branch
12600 NW. 7th Ave.
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Rabbi Dr. Eugene Labovitz ol Temple Ner Tamid receives his
Doctor of Divinity Degree, and honors from vice-chancellor of
Philathea Univenty. L. Lester Reacher. The Rabbi completed
his preliminary work for the Doctorate at the University of Miami
and the degree was finalized at Canada's Philathea University.
well-known lor its Department in Semi'.ics and Religion. The
Rabbi's thesis for his Doctorate is titled, "Roman Law and
Jewish Law.''
Appraisers Elect
Pearlman Prexy
.lull's 1'carlman is the neuly-
ected president of the South
Florida Chapter of the American
|Societ) of Appraiser!
Other officers are vice presi
dents, William I. '"lark. Ji Jamei
rich, William Coulter; secre
t..r\. James Budd. and treasurer
1 lard Waronker
l"hv American Smicl\ of Ap-
>raisers is an International organ
ration with r-\ chapten and ovei
*>'K) metnbera throughout the na
lion and ten foreign countries lr.
dditson to real estate tppi
emberahip incl ides foremost
txperts m the valuation of art,
:ns machinery, and other forma
< rty
The ASA designation is award-
ed only to those members who
have attained, the status of senior
members. They *r members who
have met the rigid requirements
Tof experience, education, and es-
tablished competence as demon-
strated through written examin-
ations and acceptable appraisal
reports.
The South Florida Chapter was
rated in 1!>57 and is now in
its of 58 mem
en ind -l tasociatei Thirtj of
rtbera an mbera
Dd hat e been awardc the
ition ASA
I' American So letj ol v
will bold its annual con-
! '
I
will he
ilea Pearlman, d. legate
I lie, alternate |)., .
shop, .lr pat' president
s\ John Condon, regional
ernor
New Synagogue
For Visitors To
Nassau Area
South Floridians who travel to
Nassau for a few days of vacation
won't have to worry about where
they can parti-
cipate in a reli-
gious sen ice
an>morc.
The Nassau
Hebrew Col
cation, located
in the Nassau
Arcade, meets
regularly Fri-
day evenings
at 8:15 p.m ac-
cording to .lack
Bott. president.
a Nassau busi-
nessman, who
also offic
Borr all services
"Whether visitors want to
participate in the entire service
or merely duck in for Yahrieit,
all tr* welcome," Bott declared.
"Heretofore, visitors would of-
ten delay their vacation or busi-
ness trips because they didn't
want to miss Yahrieit," Bott ex-
plained. "Now, that worry is
over."
The congregation has been in
operation for three years Recent
Passover services were hallmark
of t hi- congregation's growing ac
:\ ities
Bott said thai memoersnlp in
the congregation is worldwide
and the services maintain an in-
ternational atmosphere.
Services are held in the con-
sen i'i\ e tradition
Rabbi Alexander S. Gioss. principal of the Hebrew Academy,
presents The Jewish Floridian Journalism and Literature Award
to Soryl Schreiber at the awards assembly held Friday, June IB.
the closing day of school. Soryl. a graduate of the ninth grade,
was the recipient of the award for achieving the highest
average in English studies.
tJewish Floridian
% rvliami. Florida. Friday, July 7. 1967
Sec
Summer
Program
NEW YORKOver
eleven hundred teenagers
and collegians have left or
are leaving for Israel within
the next week to participate
in summer work-study proj-
ects conducted bytheJewish
Agency there. Mrs Rose I.
Halprin. chairman of the
Jewish Agency American
Section, announced prior to
her departure tor Jerusalem.
'Implementation of these
programs, regular!) sponsor-
ed every year b> the various
departments of the Jewish
Agency American Section
and the American Zionist
Youth Foundation." Mrs.
Ilalpnn said, "has this year
been handicapped by the sit-
uation in the Middle East
and the American ban on
travel which was lifted tee.
days a no.
Winners in the Miami Beach High School essay cor
sponsored by the Advertising Club ol (jicatc-r Miami rec-
their checks donated by the American Savings and Loan
Association of Miami Beach, They were given to the winners
by Jerome Dobin. advertising consultant for American Sav
and Loan. Winners were (left to right! Jeff Cohen, first
Shari Pollack, second prize: and Enol Piatt. third prize. The
essay theme was "If I Were the Ad Man."
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Temple Emanu-El Confirmation Class of 1967. Traditional services were
conducted by Dr. Irving Lehrman. assisted by Cantor Zvi Adler. at which
canhrmands participated in a presentation entitled "The Ten Command-
ments." Helen Iris Kaplan was valedictorian, and 1967 class president was
Scott Jay. Following the service, a luncheon was held at the Fontainebleau
Hotel. Top row left to right aie Abbey Levine. Jane Blecheisen. Judith Schaffer,
Francine Kreisler. Gayla Gordon. Madeeline Reisler. Jaclyn Katz. Dale
Mrs. Birnbaum
'Sister of Year1
Mrs. Sam Birnbaum was chosen
Sister of the Year at the annual
donor luncheon of Temple Or Olom
Sisterhood held
recently at the
Deauviile Motel
Mrs Birnbaum
was horn in
Irvington. N .1 .
and grew up in
Newark, one of
a twin as well
M , children She
r'H^iajjP and her hus-
, band, a food
broker, attend
ed Wi-equahic
High School in
Newark M r s
Birnbaum at
tended Drake Business School for
two years. Immediately after their
marriage i.i yi a ago, Jan 30. the
Birnbaums moved to Miami
With their son. Bart, 7. who is
in first grade al Everglades I
ei tary School, the> have hem
living in the Southwest area for 10
Binder Leslyee Trope and Elayne Insler. Middle row left to right) are Sc
Jay. Debra Newman, Zena Deckv Jill Bernstein. Tr.?a Bachus Joan Korr
Rhena Givner. Mindy Gars. Jennifer Rand. Linda Lindenberg. Elinor Ht
and Marc Ivler. Bottom row left to naht are Gail Abermai.. Beryl Fishoe:
Sandy Scharf. Marti Hanis. Helen Kaplan. Lori Stein. Nancy SUb#: and
Connie r emstein.
Mrt. Smm Birnbaum
Pompano Youth On TV
Temple Shoiom i umpinn Be
nted their .i. wish > >t
: on i h 10 at II a m .
follow in.; sited S>1 IfO
Vouth appeared Uoda
dui .:. Edith I....... Jill s.
I aura Paris* rband Barry
5 e*UHan, .1.
Betl Plledlaai,
* l I I assistine Rl
: Leon
A member of Temple Or Olom
for four years, Mrs Birnbaum is
sentl} succeeding herself as
corresponding secretary of Sister
hood, has been a member of the
board of .1,rectors for three vears
Mrs ( hick Goodman, chairman'
of the Sister of the Year committee
present, d a plaque to Mrs Biro
haum. an award gnen to Sister-
hoods outstanding member an-
iK.ally. honored not onlv for the
work she may do over and above
the call of duty, but for the de
VOtion and love she unsclf,shlv
Ki.es from the heart."
Sister of ,|,e Year committee is
composed of Mr, Henry l.ippman
Mrs. Murraj Mandell, Mrs Wilham
Seidn.an and Mrs. I'hilip Zelman
Newly-installed officers of the Crystal Chapt-
er Asthmatic Children's Foundation. Seated
left to nght) are Anita Bernstein, recordinq
secretary; Florence Wmkelman, president
Betty Haar, adm.nistrative assistant to presi-
dent. Standinq are Josephine Friedman
ancial secretary; Anne Glass, vice president-
A.ma Bieler. social secretarv; Ruth Gewitz
vice president; Diane Slecklcf'f. corresponding
secretary; Rose Kushner. treasurer; Jeanne
Perron, vice president, Frances Hochberq
honorary president and install.ng ott.cer Jean
B. -. r, vice president Crystal Chapfpr sup-
ports the philanthropic 36 bed Am.' mat:- Ch'ld-
Fourdation Residential Treatment Center
at 1800 NT 168th St.. N. Miami Bearh. ,
provides long-term mpatient care and I
-tractable ashmat.c children of all ,
and creeds.
Mizrachi Women Schedule Programs Beth ,acob ***
Mr/rachi Women's Organization (enter :,.! n -ri,.._.T.. .... ,U';h '* <
^r^a^^"^ srss.?- -. *> .!*
Variety Women
Pick New Prexy
HJ* .....'' MacUan is new
president pi Variety Childn
n<.spitai Wome.r- Committee
During the last tenure of ofl ce
with Ken...- Melniker at it, head
< women a Committee raised for
u hospital the sum of $90,000
first summer luncheon wan held
L i 'hlV m,,n,h ;" ""' Alj
Hotel ln Miami Beach There will
be another informal luncheon at
the same hotel on July 10.
branches in Greater Miami will
continue their activities during the
month of July Scheduled for Tue*
day at 1 p.m. ,< Washington Fed
1 Savings and l>oan. 1234 Wash-
ington Ave., is a meeting of the
Miami Beach Chapter. Rachel Katz
l-aufer. president Tuesday, July 18
at 1:30 the Aviv a chapter, Fannie
April, president uill hold a coffee
and card party at the home of
Minnie Goldenhlank, llli sw ^oth
Ave On July 26 at the home of
Mis I,cue I.,.-,.,- 16*3 SW 7th St.,
the Dot Chapter, Fannie Tokayei
ident, will m..
'">" Kinnerl Chapter, Ruth Gel-
bart, presidenl met on Wedm idaj
at 8:15 p.m. ai the Zamora Jewish
Peshkin Installation Luncheon
As'thm kmp :'a""'r "' CWMren-a
Research Institute and
2!fp"",J!W installation lunch
' the Mouse
P Restaurant Mrs Sidney Rn
c, ,-. lr";d::"1 ""' "lW ""'
Rponson
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luncheon ,.n
Kainen. presidenl a, the home of' w. .'......~ Wtn ''
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Friday. July 7. 1967
* 3e*is Ihi Mian
Pace 3-B
VUeddinoj ^Tjclls rCina J'or MRS RICHARD COHCN
Geisler-lerner
The Pontainebleau Hotel as the
setting on July 1 for the wedding
ol Carole Lerner, daughter of Mr
and Mrs Ben I.erner, 17141 NE
5th Ave.. North Miami Beach, to
Mark M Geialer, ton of Mrs Doro-
thy Geiiler, 1115 NK 157th Terr.
North Miami Be a oh
The bride attended Miami Nor-
land Senior High School and Miami-
I'ade Junior College Mr I.erner is
a graduate of North Miami Senior
High School and Florida Stair I Hi
versify
Following i wedding trip to New
^ .rk State, the couple will live in
. < ksonville. Fla

Rosertthal-Eisen
Mis> Arloen Joan EHsen became
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MRS PHILIP 'RflDIN
the bride of Jack Rosenthal on
Sunday. July 2. .it the 7.lon Chapel
of Temple Sinai, Hollywood, with
Kabbi David Shapiro and Cantor
Yeduha lleilbraun officiating
Given In marriage by her father.
the bride wore a full length gown
of white silk organza over taffeta
with appliques and Inserts'of Chan
tilly lace Her matching lace bead
i-d headpiece had a triple tier of
French illusion. She carried I
bridal bouquet of phalacnopsis or-
chids and stephanotis.
Bridesmaids were former class
mates Miss Pearl Charnow of Hol-
lywood and Miss Barbara Falcon
of Boston They wore long powder
blue empire style gowns nith
matching bow headpieces Miami
Beach Mayor Jay Dormer and
1 Robert Fisen were ushers. Dr.
Amnon Rosenthal. brother of the
groom, was best man.
Following the ceremony, re
ception was held In the Social Hall
of Temple Sinai, Music for I
reremonj and reception waa fur-
nished b> Jerry Carretta, pianisl
. nd com]......r After hone) n
in Monti i Baj Jamaica, the cou-
ple will reside in Miami Short
M it.....nthal is the
of Mr and Mrs Arnold Eisi n of
: s is a Jui
d the L'niversit) of Chit i
Social v'-; nee Adi
ati .i with
Jewisl I amil} of
.-in
Mr Mr
and M I -'-':. Rosenth i
He attended thi "'
Miami an I served as a p
82nd Airborne Divisi
Ihe US Arm; ll< i* I >
i>. Sabn i
.on ol M am
Schweitzer-Meyer
Lii "' ''
I ha i
vows I I
I, Julj 1st at B pm
The lei f Mr
Mrs Ernst Meyei of 9373 Bvron
K\< Bi ach, cl.ii-, km her
. Ellen i i Idel
B Carol Burg
and ,i ii c Vfeyei Thi o ini w as
Ik man Ronald v
Tli' ittired in |
'.
Mr. Schweitzer, tin Mr
and Ml
N Miami Avi I Miami-
Dadi Jui i College He w as a
Llpha I
w is ca| tain i : Ihe drill team H<
also attended the I niversit) of
Tennessee
Following their honeymoon, the
.> will make their home in
North al i Bi ach
Freidin-Catsman
Al 'In West view Country Club
(ii Jui) l Miss Ellen Rachel Cats
man daughter of Mr and Mrs
David Catsman, 290 E. San Marina
Drive, was united in marriage to
Philip David Freldin, ion of Mr
and Mrs \]e\ Freid.n. 1270 99th
St. Ba\ Harbor. Miami Beach
The bride attended Miami Beach
High School, the University of Wis-
consin and will graduate from
American University in June. She
is a member of Sigma Delta Tau.
University of Wisconsin The
groom attended Miami Beach High
School, He received his B.A from
the University of Florida and now
attends Washington College of Law.
American Universit) He was pres-
ident of Alpha Epsilon Pi at the
Universit} of Florida
The couple, who were joined in
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she en;led an arrangement of
daisies Decor "f the wedding
c.iiricd out In yellow and whit-
Best man was Mr George Berofsk)
and Miss Helen Strauss was maid
of honor
The bride-room, son of Mr and
Mrs Israel Cohen, of Winthn ;>
Mass ,s an ensign in the United
States Navy, attending Navy Sup
ply Corps School in Athens, da. He
received a degree from the Univer-
sity of Pennsylvania and did grad-
uate work at Boston University
He is a member of Pi Lambda I'hi
social fraternity
The bride i> a graduate of Miami
Beach High School and attended
the University of Georgia. She is
member of Sigma Delta Tau So-
rority.
I'pon the return of the Cohens
'rom a honeymoon in Nassau, they
will reside In Athens Ga.
Tatarsky Goldberg
Honeymooning in the Bahamas
following their marriage on July 2
are Mr and Mrs I.en Tatarsky
The bride, the former Harlene
Penny i is ihe daughter ol
Mr and Mrs Nat Goldberg, 1875
su 16th Terr th< -room's parents
Mr and Mrs Harr) Tatarsk)
ol 2934 sv. .' 51
R om
H raci Ihe scene
lie 6 p n w diiln.. w hich was
per-. Rabbi Max Shapiro,
the recepl i ch followed
on)
i bride chose a silk or
th trim an I
a bouquet ol
Shi was atti

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Shirley Tatai sk)
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MRS. U0 TATAltSKr
and Bernard Asatanowici ushi
The bride is a graduate of V
Senior High School, Miami D
Junior College, and the Univei
of Miami Mr Tatarsky is a
graduate ol Miami Senior 1
and Miami Dade Junior Col
He is now attending Florida
lantic University.
Upon the return trom their
cymoon. the couple will be at h
at the Kendall Park Apartmci.
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Fridcy. July 7. 1967
jj-rancea MUM
We
the
Women
ANNt
Whal i- thai priceless ingredient that is so important
for :i volunteer to have? Thai priceless Ingredient is honor
and integrity One woman who has it i> one who has been
iin',I uith the Jewish.Home lor the Aged for a long
time.
She .- Anne Tanenbaum, who
i- well liked bj the women who
work for her anil with hei v
born in \vw York City, moved to
Brooklyn with her familj when
her father went into business
there One of six children, Anne
and hi i i waj dowi
the end *i the familj line and was
always considered the bab) \
youngster, intending to
be .. teacher Ann* sp< nt most
her or lining up the
neighborhood children so she
could play school
\ .' com si bookkei
and secretarial work was given,
however, and *nnc decided to be-
come a er did live down her reputj
"i being or. the basketball te ,; Br i iklvn
Anne met her husband, Manuel, and fell immediately
ivc The} were married and lived in Brooklyn Bes
'Kin- in business, he was cantor lor the Hoi) Days in his
own synagogue and baritone soloist in the choir ol the
1 atholic Church
In 1941 the Tanenbaum familj can.,- ;,, Miami B
for a vacation, little dreaming that in two years (| .
be coming back to live Anne has made' this her home
and though she is now a widow and her Son has m
away, she has created a niche for herseli here that no
else can till
Son Mark and his wile Sandy, now live in Memphis
with the three grandchildren Debbie, Michelle and Alan
While Sand] was getting her degree as ., s,K.t.(.|, thera
\nne took >are ol the first horn The scarves and -
hat Anne used to knit during the wars have turned into
and -w ateis ir the three priceless ingredients m
tone's lifethe three grandchildren
when Anne came to Miami she became interested in
lder people, whal thej did, *hy and what happen.
me for the Aged had never hail a news bul-
letin An:, started one, and II has continui -.nee.
nice a month informing men.;.,., what wonderful things
happening ..i Douglas Gardens. She is also Area Chair
man foi l nited Fund, Honor Chairman for American Jewish
Committee and an indefatigable worker lor Combined Jew
ish Appeal She i' Area < hairman for the lower Beach for
the iw>7 campaign
The women who have worked with her during these
j years under her chairmanship, testifj to the facl
thai Shi ha- ,. calm way ol doing everything and knows
nactly how to gel things started
She like- to read go I certs opera, and Ixxik re-
views For relaxation she plays cards with two different
iroups. havii with the same 'yirls" well ovei
.itcin years
war- ago, her older brother, who had then be-
come head of the family, and without whom a picture of
her life would In- incomplete, took her to Europe Two
she went again to Europe, and reports that it was
iusl a* 'I sh< ped back into the pages ol lnstor>.
place- seemed not to have changed at alllike R
and Venice Israel >l course was the highlight ot her most
11 ienl trip
But a bigaer highlight tor Miami is that it has Anne
ibau hen ardent volunti
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I i,ail Cohen ol Miami Beach
wa- manicd Saturday. Julj
,iei;ie\ David Schusslei ol North
thai i Bcai
trj club
The bride, daughter o| Ml
Mr- George Cohen ol Pine I
Dr. Miam Beai h is .. gradu it' ol
Miami Beach High School, atti
ed the I ni\c:s|i> ol I
two arid one ball years and ^:.
ated irom the 1 niversitj ol M
with a Bachelor ol Educal
gree She is a tils' grade
at Biscayne Elementary School
The bridegroom, son ol Mi
Mrs Charles Schusslei >: Noilh
Miami Beach, i- a gradua'l ol
rth Miami High School and
\\barton School "l Vii-
i ommerce at the Univi
Pennsylvania Hi' is
Tau Epsilon Phi fraternit)
exi cutive it e pn dent ol H
PS, a sllbsi '
Syfo Water < \'orth
The b ....
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wa- ed with b,
pliques T ic I idi wa
her -ist- r v
M lelini Malk
l h.' ( o iple wdi bom j moon m
hi' Virgin Islands and
am! set up
housekei p ':- in the town
Harbour Islands
Felson-Kaplan
Mi-- i un.stani e Deborah Kaplan
ami Joseph Lewis Felaon wen
united in man l noon Sunday,
June in .i- remple Beth Bmeth,
Albany. N Y Rabbi A Miller sffi
i iated
The bride, daughter ol Mrs
taron Liebesman, ol Albany. N.Y
and the late Isaac Kaplan w a-
luated from Guild i i
tr.il High School and from Mildred
Secretarial School
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tabbi itudj -it Be D
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: and Mr- George
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lytechnic Institute with a US in
physics, Ii, has been granted .in
assistant professorship to attend
...1 iii the tall He .- ..
member ol The;., \, Frati rnity,
of the I ..
Crosse team ami .*..- presented a
trophy a- the mosl valuable player
Reception wa- held at Planta-
tion Room ol the Thru way Motel
Following a honeymoon in Bet
niudj. they will make their homi
in Alliaii\ N V
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Mt. Sinai -Jewish Floridian
Women In
Membership
Drive
' Or.t lump, or two?", asks Mis. Edwcxd L. Cowen. Member-
ship Chairman for Mount Sinai Hospital's Auxiliary as the
ei terrains her committee. Plans weie discussod tor a drive, to
Id in Ihe Fall, for new members. Shown with Mrs. Cowen.
left to right Mis. Alexrmder Libow. auxiliary vice president;
Mrs Jack Falk, co-chairman, membership committee: Mrs.
I e Hecht. co-chairman, life membership; and Mrs. Yale
N Le :nson. auxiliary pres.den..
n
j
by ISABEL GROVE
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' ilj 12th

.i i Irei and grand
Di 9 hwj Ind
1 in the Armj I i >m
i ..; g (MTm er of Dm Dispen
thi I he I laptain and
I Bob It M I 1 KTCOl
III \! i hael .iii.l a brai I
igbter Sally, who was
bora Worms on Feb 3rd The
i ns and the lnduru
: .: I to si,/.
\ and Paris lioth
tain ai I B ibbe
amiai ind i ual
the I a \ er-.it> of Miami
1 plctinj .. sentimental jour
nry l their home ton n of B
mon the William i; Me< tiai
dedicated a bronze bu->t
or) i>t .Mi Mechanic's .
I Mon Is in the mam lob
t' ol the Hoi i la A. Mechs
'I ... in Ball imore'i i t w
( Cenlef Hi William Me
.in year resident "f South
i was ow hit opei atoi
the sex [louse for ~\ yean
r ; Uy be u the owner ol the
S di Plaaa Hotel in Dm let
i. : pi of August, Mr and \ii -
Meci inic plan lo dedicate a new
s. .rah ..t the Hebrew Acad
emj further tribute to his
who pasaed away laat
ii .. n ler i h-
i Rub) l _.
'
the D
lint .1 i ii i .,
in .i"..i i
Goldy,
Thi ii
for .i
W lii-m
Happy
4th
ing
I Thi'
Wolperta loft on
( aribbean cruise
Bon Voyage
(Uuuveraarji July
were thru- usual travel
paniona, Dr \1 ami Elaine
next day thi' Ho-
- flew to San Juan and
wen t dockaida to welcome
Gusau and George as tne) da
s< en thr gangwaj' The same
ance ii planned by the
I .ds when they but tli.
Wo rta An Revoir in San Juan
n .i.i.i.' their arrival at
i V Irgin lalantfa to which
the i scnthala will tl> from
tieo

an,i Jach i-.vknff report
thai their daughter fix, who has
completed her freshman
yeai Sophie Newconab College
in n. i>iii'..ns. leavea shortly
summer school session at
McGiU University, Montreal,
when she will take special coins
n French Lis must take
pledge on entrance thai she will
speak nothing but French leveu
in private oi ieraation) for the
nii.-c six-weeks' duration oi in i
ceui r \lis Levkoff, who
Mrs \al a ; becca
ennial"
ho "! of Temple and
time publn ity cl of the
i ip returned June 2i> from a
ten-da) sta) u New Y< rk
1 nni i ti ut, having gone North
to attend the 50th reunion ol her
! i...... las.*
Ii rmed this trip to her
home town ol New I ondon, Conn .
a sentimental journe) and
found reni nces
with schoolmates ol high school
da) s a ihrll i ai d rewai I
cperk in.
In New York ("it) where she
visited with relatives and friends
for a few days she was joined by
her twin sister, Ida Barnett, For
the tram, ridi lo N< i London and
attendance al the reunion ban-
quet, since hir sister also gradu-
ated from high school in thai
i .in- ol 1917 The tw o
sisters have i'ii i away from Iheir
Connecticut home town mosl of
those fift) y ars Ida lias made
her home in New York, while
Rebecca has been a Miamian
since No\ 4 1926
Social Singles Dance
Thi- B'nai B'rith Social Singles
will hold a dance Saturdaj eve
mnt: at the Ivors Tower of the
Saxony Hotel. Tickets ma) be pur
, hased Ihe door and Include a
night club show Proceeds are
charity.
! an all-out membership
ih i\ i' for Mounl Si
Vux.....j gol uitderwa) tins week
when Mrs E Iv ard I. i mem-
ber*! i man, entertained the
members of her committee al a
luncheon in her home
Mrs. Cowen stressed to the
group the necessity for obtain-
ing additional members to par-
ticipate, not only in the servict
programs now active at Mount
Sinai, but also to Help determine
the auxiliary's ability to offer ad-
ditional and expanded services
throughout the hospital.
She also emphasized the need foi
lues-paying members, whose mem
tership would aid the auxiliary's
program, hut who would not neces-
saril) Jake part in the in-service
activ ities of the auxiliary.
Members of Mrs Cowan's com-
mittee, in addition to Mrs Yale N
rison, auxiliary president, Mrs
.Vlexander Libow vice president in
ol s. : \ .. and her i o
i'h.iin'-.,ii. Mrs ick Falk, an
Vlesdami Mi yer 1 Ion, Lillian I Is
enberg, Paul Faxke, Ins Floun.
n i nsk\. Sidney Gruber
How ard G Rol erl Hart, Mil-
1 Max Kesseli
K >-. Liederman, II irrj Nathanson
s'a Negni Lloyd R k n, N n
Harvey Sal imon, Hov
ird Scharlin enfold. M S
J
MDIII
'ii Mrs Sanfoi l I.- \ on- and Mi -
lora Hechl to serve as co-
chairmen t the Life Membership

Outgoing President of the
Miami-Coral Gables Chapter,
American Jewish Congress.
Mrs. Jeanette Stern, (right'
welcoming incoming Presi-
dent of the Chapter, Mrs.
Samuel Hosenstein (lerri.
THERE'S JUST
NO MATCH FOR
FLAMELESS
ELECTRIC
DISHWASHING!
FLORIDA POWER & LIGHT COMPANY
I LO ftl "IDA
Installing Mrs. jack breitr>ait as presiuem ol buandei i_nap:er.
Women's American ORT. is Judge Jason Berkman. Other
officers installed were vice presidents. Mrs. Louis Rolr.ick.
education. Mis. Isadore Grue. membership: Mrs. Moms
Lipp, ways and means; Mrs. Carl Berman. honor roll: Mrs.
Jack Vivian, special projects; Mrs. Joseph Sampson, financial
secretary, Mrs. Herman Glasser, corresponding secretary;
Mrs. Ann Kramer, recording secretary; Mrs. Morns Apner.
treasurer; outgoing president, Mrs. Saul Haber, parlimentarian.
NOW OPEN!
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Phone: 534-3800
STORE OPENS AT 7 A.M.
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Frid
Half the world is Hungry
Will you help, for today ani
UNLESS WE HELP THE HUNGRY feed and support themselves, the.r need can never end. CARE *
It also uses food to help educate ch.ldren, to nourish preschool youngsters to full growtli
schools, roads, water systems. It adds self-help seeds and farm tools, trade tools, cons-
doctors and nurses to heal the sick and tram medical personnel. In al! these v.
those lives worth living. Mail your check.
Your help goes where
hunger is
$1 delivers a big
food package in
your name
o
$10 gives a child
school lurches
for a year
$100 sends more
than a ton of food
to the hu igry
C4Rf reports where
your help was sent .
Your help
goes where
hunger is
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Israel is one of 35 counties served by CARE N|
to every country. If you wish, you may specify
with to provide, or any of the countries listed
CARE
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New York, N.Y. 10016
Affhanist an
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Israel
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AERCTEL CORPORATION
4471 N.W. 36th Street Miami
ALLIED PLASMA CORP.
1408 N.W. 36th Street Miami
AVIS EXECUTIVE CAR LEASING
1101 N.E. 79th Street 759-4351
BAKER ALDOR JONES INC
745 West 18th St., Hialeah 887-7486
BOND STREET BARBER SHOP
DAVID ROSE
Biscayne Terrace Hotel
334 Biscayne Blvd. FR 4-8779
BROADWAY PRIME MEATS
1441 Alton Road, Miami Beach
FREE DELIVERY 534-5577
"BUGS" BURGER BUG KILLERS
Phone 666-2877
WRITTEN GUARANTEE
"No Bugs or Your Money Beck"
BEAUTYCRAFT FURNITURE
INDUSTRIES, INC.
3301 N.W. 73rd Street, Miami
CARPET REMNANT KING INC.
1150 N.W. 79th St., Miami
STEVE FINDER-PI 7-8461
CARRIB NOVELTY CO.
5 S.W. 2nd Ave., Miami
CHILDREN'S CORNER
7118 Byron Ave., Miami Beach
P. W. URCH 866-7303
GEORGE M. CORRIGAN
3754 N.W. 54th Street, Miami
COOPER & SON ROOFING
SHEET METAL CO.
1612 N.W. 62nd Street
J. COOPER, Owner OX 1-6062
DE BOLIAC TRUCK
EQUIPMENT CO., INC.
440 N.W. 29th Street, Miami
DUTCH INNS OF AMERICA, INC.
4685 Ponce deleon Blvd., Coral Gables
DE LEON MASSAGE
l THERAPY CLINIC Free Parking
71 2 W. 5 1st Street, Miami Beach 864-0077
FRANCrNE CO. INC.
725 W. 20th Street, Hialeah
FLORIDA FOUNDRY & PATTERN WORKS
3737 N.W. 43rd Street, Miami
FLORIDA HYDRAMATIC CORP.
461 N.W. 79th Street, Miami
FULLERTON METALS CO.
915 W. 20th Street, Hialeeh
G & L ROOFING CO.
7814 N.E. 4th Court
JAMES H. LOVERIN (Pre,.) n 71675
GERMAIN'S AWNING CENTER, INC.
16390 N.E 28th Ave North Miami Beach
GREEN THUMB LANDSCAPERS
PATIO LANDSCAPING OUR SPECIALTY
Phone 661-4790
GARDINER SCHOOL
140 N.E. 119th Street, Miami
GAS SERVICE CORP.
13090 N.W. 7th Ave Miami
Gl Gl OF MIAMI
251 N.W. 25th St., Miami 633-3388
GOVERNOR CAFETERIA
1225 Washington Ave Miami Beach
HICK'S REALTY, INC.
5161 S.W 8th Street, Miami
HITCHING POST BARBECUE RANCH
445 E Okeechooee Rd., Hialeah
HAMPTON PRESS, INC.
405 N.W. 26th Street, Miami
HIALEAH MOVING & STORAGE CO.
400 W 45th Place. Hialeah
HERALD FABRICS-
CUSTOM DRAPERIES
201 S. Miami Ave., Miami
HOTEL WEBSTER
1220 Collins Ave Miami Beach
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tomorrow?
more than feed people.
as pay while villagers build
3n materials, schoo1 supplies. It sends
the money yoj give saves lives and makes
types of aid go
type of help you
Meeau
Nicaragua
Panama
PhiMppina*
P aland
Siarra Laorta
Tui*ey
Yufaslavia
i QStUllrlr D MEDICO '
aaflCAKh rafvrti how yr '
KOSHER-FOR-PASSOVER
CARE FOOD PACKAGE $12.00
including guaranteed delivery
to anyone you name in Israel
3 lbs 5 oca Frozen I.ivei
2 lbs. 3 ozs. Frozen Tongue
1 lb. I'j ozs. Frozen Beef
4 ozs Coffee
1 lb.. 8 ozs. Chocolate
1 lb. Cocoa
8 ozs Soup Mix
1 lb.. 4 oz< Pineapple
1 lb.. 4 ozs Peache*
11 ozs. Honey
1 lb Dried Fruit
Can be ordered for designated relatives
and friends, or for those who need a
friend (deliveries will go to families
recommended by the Israeli Ministry of
Welfare)
ISRAEL FAMILY FROZEN
FOOD PACKAGE $16.00
2 lbs 4 ozs Frozen Liver
2 lbs 4 ozs. Frozen Tongue
4 lbs 8 ozs. Frozen Sliced Be f
4 o/.s Instant Coffee
2 lbs Chocolate
lb Cocoa
1
8 ozs. Soup Mix
3 lbs. Rice
1 lb. 4 on. Pineapple
3 lbs Dried Fruit

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ISRAEL FROZEN FOOD
PACKAGE $10.00
2 Ih- 4 OZS Frozen Liver
2 lbs 4 ozs Frozen Tongue
2 ozs Instant Coffee
1 lb 8 oz Chocolate
1 lb. Cocoa
8 oi-- Soup Mix
2 lbs Rice
1 lh 4 >/ Pineapple
2 lbs Dried Fruit
*****..
ISRAEL FOOD
PACKAGE
$10.00
45 ozs. Reef in Natural Juices
20 ozs. Canned Salami
15 ozs. Veal in Natural Juice-
15 ozs Paprikash
10 ozs Frankfurters
64 ozs. Rice
24 ozs Table Suuar
2 ozs. Instant Coffee
32 ozs Chocolate
16 ozs Cocoa
20 ozs. Pineapple
16 ozs Fig*
4
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ISRAEL FAMILY
PACKAGE
FOOD
$18.25
30 ozs Beef in Natural Juices
60 ozs Veal in Natural Juices
20 ozs. Frankfurters
30 ozs Tongue
30 ozs. Meatballs
40 ozs Salami
20 ozs Chocolate
16 ozs Cocoa
4 ozs Coffee
20 o/s Pioeapple
16 ozs Shelled Walnuts
64 ozs. Assorted Dried Fruits
Jrafta e#<- e to CAMW
OLLOWING CIVIC-MINDED FIRMS and INDIVIDUALS
ERIY'S ESSO SERVICE
1798 N W. 183rd St Miami
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11 5 Sunny Isles Blvd., Miami Beach
MICHEL'S GARAGE
34 E 9th Street. H alh
^ECHOSA STORE
*76 W Fiagler St., Miami 379-6773
OBERT L. McMANUS, INSURANCE,INC.
*2525 S.w. 3rd Ava., Miami
RANK A. MARTIN INSURANCE
iGiNCY, INC.
410-71st Straat, Miami Beach
IY5TRAND LLOYD ROOFERS &
*ETAL WORKS
1230 S.W. 17th Ave-FR 4-4128
1 FRANK W. UOYD, Pre*.
JCCIDENTAL ELECTRIC CORP.
.1453 S.W. 8th Street
3 7 3-1466 374-2732
Reinalde Crux Pino
AtKS BROS. MFG. CO., INC.
I 1049 E 23rd Straat, Hialeeh
Ht'S AUTO PARTS, INC.
I 1243 S.W. 8th Straat. Miami
^ERT PICK HOTELLA
I 9601 E. Bay Harbor Dr., Miami
ROFESSIONAL RUG CLEANERS
i
5109E 1 Oth Ave, Hialaah
PUB RESTAURANT &
COCKTAIL LOUNGE
3500 Coral Way, Miami
QUALITY KITCHENS OF TOMORROW
FLA LEADING MANUFACTURER
5881 N.W. 37th Ava. Miami
Factory A Showroom 635-1461
ARTHUR REDMOND COMPANY
6985 N.W 37th Ave., Miami
RITA BARRY'S MASSAGE & GYM INC.
For Men and Woman
685 N.E. 79th St. 758-9401
SHEET METAL ASSOCIATES
2463 N.W. 76th Straat, Miami
SEAVIEW INDUSTRIES INC.
3975 N.W. 25th Straat, Miami NE 4-0441
SECURITY BONDED WAREHOUSE
3695 N.W. 74th Straat, Miami
SHELDON DRUG STORES
Open 8 a.m. To Midnight 7 Days A Weak
7 Different Locations On Baach
STYLAIRE BEAUTY SALON
Latest In Hair Fashions Wigs Wiglets
9431 Harding Ava, MB. B66-4541
SUN-GIO PRODUCTS CO.
670 N.W. 113th Straat, Miami
SEA BREEZE HOTEL
205 Collins Ava., Miami Baach
SCHRAGER'S SOUTH BEACH PHARMACY
64 Ocean Or Miami Beach
SAC CONSTRUCTION COMPANY INC.
9501 Old South Dixie Hwy Miami 667-3866
ST. CLAIRS OF NORTH MIAMI, INC.
12760 Biscayne Blvd., North Miami
SECURITY REAL ESTATE
1641 South West 8th St., Miami 373-3178
THOMSON & McKINNON
927 Lincoln Road Mall, Miami Beach
TODD'S GIFTS
2164 Ponce Dele-on Blvd., Miami
TACO METALS, INC.
1475 N.E. 129th St., North Miami
TOM WOOD EQUIPMENT CORP.
1091 N.W. 22nd Street, Miami
USLAN ROD CO.
18679 W. Dixie Highway, North Miami Beach
UNIVERSAL JET INDUSTRIES
599 W. 27th Straat, Hialaah
WESTWOOD LAKE AMERICAN SERVICE
10701 S.W. 56th Straat, Miami
WINDSOR LIFE INSURANCE CO.
6101 N.W. 7th Ava, Miami
WHITEY'S TEXACO SERVICE
Flagler & LaJaune
WESTOVER ARMS
4100 Collins Ava., Miami Beach 538-5366
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Friday July 7. 196''
. ^Xtbout people and pLice* .
RAIN COME AGAIN
11 1
Club hi
[I So the

Herbert Kahn*'
M i

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"KISS ME KATE
dn't kiss
rid, Bernard Ham
the | lay 'Kiss Me
m ol the DeauvilLe Ho

e sta I
is a loea
1 he Jerrj Lekhuks w with
IS and .Morris Broad
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.m is a >-ra
hiH b re in Cop< i
- bis home Thi- trip.
Y. .. e home fires
a> Mildred Mrs
.' -. Mrs Dorothy Burnstein of
.. far :: m home for her
Harbor Island
and reall<
mi, :- i>vUrr'art ; i'.'i.i than
e\ or.
r,o.. MR. AND MRS RICHARD GREENFIELD
Green!
id He!
top.

Mi-
pert. Jug
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Mr and Mrs. Gus August. Mi
\ ii km PI and Evi lj S I
Mr- Henrj v. Socolol
Mrs Rose Kelemer Mr a
: Jr.. and Mr and M
helped their ;.
Sail) Gordon i
weresurro
bridi I Vu sinia
had come fi om Sew 0
K< neth Richard Other -- included Mi
Mr.- Lou P iller. Mr HaiT) I
Mr and Mrs. Irving F
The
h re .: Si
She was 90 years old and her children, grand-
children end great grandchildren assembled
at Crystal House Restaurant to give her a
party so that she could see what she started.
Mrs. Celia Prager, in the center, celebrated
ner 90th binhday. The candle light dinner for
25 included a trophy presented to "Grand-
mother of the Century She is the mother of
Mrs. Max Bcderman. Mrs. Blanche Goodfriend
and Maurice Prager grandchildren and
great grandchildren pictured are: 'left to right
Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin Schwartz Mr. and Mrs
Morton Goodfriend, Miss Barbara Boderman
Mr. and Mrs. Richard Pracer, Mr. and Mrs.
Terry Praqer. Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Goodfriend.
Bottom (left to right (great grandchildren1 Lance
Prager, Sidney Goodfriend, Ceila PTager
'guest of honor Gary Prager and Buff Good
triend.
emphysema Club Meeting
Gem ting of the Emphy-
ma < i ib was held l uesday, 1:30
ni in the Friendship Room of
< First Federal Savings and Loan
Building 900 NE l^oth St Open
i-.cus.Mon look place.
Democratic Women Fireworks Show
Hear State Prexy
MIAMI HEALTH INSTITUTE
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Central Diagnosis and X Ray
Grnerai Phyicat Therapy
including Correctional Colon
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The Adlai Stevenson Democratic
Women's Club of Miami Beach at-
tended a luncheon meeting at Pic-
colo's Restaurant at which Mn
Fred C Owlea Jr., president of the
Democratic Women's Club of Flor-
ida, was introduced by Mrs Andre
S Bialolenki, vice president
Mrs Owles, who makes her
home in Winter Park, came to
Mia::.. Bi acfa especially to disi
political education. She put par-
ticular emphasis upon establishing
.i ii.i-i of education in democratic
principles a- the its level
cratic committeewoman !
r is president ol
U i Adlai Stevenson Club.
r
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INDUSTRIAL ALTERATIONS
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Mrs. Brown Re-elected
National Vice President
Alpha Epsilon Phi

Mrs No >wb, of Cora!
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Phi a:
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Guild of "i
Miami Friei he Universit)
Library, men I Templi Is
ami Panheilenic Housing B
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At tin turn Mrs I'rown
was also n a le membi r ol I
ilon Phi Foundation which is
the sorority's philanthropic or-
./at ion
Alpha Epsilon Phi, founded
Ban in New ^
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24.000 wi Icrs at
lead and
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Opei n is J
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BBYO director in
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membei s ...
the wnti
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Serving Dad* Cauitty Over 2S Year* I
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Washington Federal Savin)
Loan Association, for the fifth con
secutive year, sponsored the an
nual Julj 4 Miami Heath oci in
front fireworks dispiaj
OFFICES OF DISTINCTION by PAVLOW
Orflca dailgna
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tlrtct from manufacturer
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Desks, Chairs,
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swly-elected president ot Justine Chapter, American lewisii
jr.ciess. Mrs. Jack Sbnpiro : |hi la congratulated by out-
mg president ol the chapter Mrs. Charles Silvers (left'
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LUNCHEONS. DINNERS. COCJ FRIDAY NIGHT TRADITIONAL DINNER
Brisket of Beef Roott Chicken
Appetiior Soup De.vart pf q %*
COLLINS AVENUt AI 102od ST. BAL HARBOUR
Res. Kal Lutig 8o6-5Si>9
Clo,.d Monday, Fr.. V,l.t Pa'k.nf
Melton Research
Educator Heads
Miami Seminar
I.inns Newman, <>f the Melton
Research < cuter directed foui
day p in the teachin
Hole at the Bureau of Jc lab
Education, concluding on June 2ii
The workshop was ro-spon red
!" the Southea t R< ginn ol
.mil the Bureau
>i Jewish Education
For four dys, in morning and
afternoon sessions, Newman out
lined the values and methodo-
logy involved in the new experi-
mental approach. The Workshop
was based on the new publica-
tions of the Melton Research
Center, "Understanding Genesis,"
by Dr. Nachum M. Sarna, and
the "Teacher's Guide to Genesis."
by Prof. Leonard Gardner and
others.
11 hers of 12 i i ioi al
- i' -. jni luded
Naomi Utshulci l.tt\ Baru, Je -
. Shalumith I I Hei sen
' ill.i Burki I Ij man I ohen,
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I .1- Fell ti I (..,
i iolstein, Mn ian Gi cl akox.
il Hi .
nil, Jacob>on, Edith K I
Linda l^evene Shu ley Lex I i ah
Nai ai Saul Rabin Norma Rob
it/. Me: i.i Romer G / .
Rienkran2, Miriam Schmerler,
Roslyn Seidel Rabbi I>a\ id Sha|
Rabbi Bernard Bhoter, Kenneth
Svi,! e and liana Walsh
\i wrman i^ director ol the Mel
.urn of the Jewish Theological
Seminar) "i America and .i memb
ei ol the facult) ol the Teachers
Institute Seminar} Colli i >l the
Jewish Theological Si \ of
v eriea.
From Irr> 1 lti:i he was principal
ol Vkiba lit brew Academj
delphia. a community oriented
lunloi i nd senior hi h school -.
ing students in the Philadelphia
Duiin. the summer ol 196
Newman was lirector ol the M
counselors training camp .it Camp
Ramah in the Poconos
Prior to becoming principal
of Akiba Hebrew Academy, New-
man was associated with the
Herzlia Hebrew Teachers In-
stitute. New York City, as an
instructoi in psychology from
1946-1951.
Mi Newman received his Bache
ree al the College of Ihe
Citi nf New York and his Master's
Louis Newman, director of the 1 how
conducting ore of the 8 professional growth session;
for le< xjue Congn I astitut
was co-s: e Southei. I Sync
gogue ol America l i Education.
hi a I'niM
ommitti i ^ts in
eluded Rabbi All< i lire*
il ihe Soul heusi Regioi I I
( iiited S k iham J
iisultanl gen
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Synagogue hs in Katz, educat
Mrs li Seid
instructoi al Bet I al
turn. Mi- Fa) Feii t< i stnn I
ii [\ mple I El, M ''-'
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Friday. July 7. 19"
Hannony Chapter B'ncri B'rith Lodge, he.
installation al the Deauville Hotei end following
cheers were installed: Left to right 'front row
ere Mr*. Elsie Belsky. trustee: Mrs. Jack C
counselor Mrs. George Ginsburg, incoming,
president; Mrs. Ann Rubingei. ways and mrr.s
co-chairman; Mrs. Ethel Pavolvich, program
. ::,..;.. Back row (left to right! are Mrs. Irv-
ing Laibson. trustee; Mis. Herman Feldman,
. secretary Mis, Esther Schwcrtz. ways
r.ecns chairman; Mrs. Karvey Mxhaelson.
membership and retention chairman.
Friday Services
Add Sisterhood
Slate Installation
Officer* and board of directors
of Adath Yeshurun Sisterhood who
were installed during late Kridav
night services are; Mrs. Harry I
Cohen, president. Mrs Beatrice
Bimberg. vice president, ways and
means; Mrs. Morns Brodsky, vice
presjdent. member-hip: Mrs. Mur-
ray Skup. vice president, youth;
Mrs Sidney Zwirn. recording sec-
retary; Mrs Max Yatovitz. corre-
sponding secretary; Mrs David
Lt-vine. trea.-urer; Mrs Stanley-
Golden, parliamentarian
Board member- Mrs William
Alter. Mrs David Cohen. Mrs. Ger
aid Franklin. Mrs. Abraham Ken
ler Mr- Martin Pollak. Mr- l-i
dore Smith. Mrs Molly Spector.
Mrs Martin Beloff. Mr- Howard
Dollinger, Mrs Robert Hinds, Mrs
Levin, Mrs John Pragen, Mrs.
Charles Smook, Mrs Irving Tol
Calmenson, Mrs. Jo-
h Fields. Mr-. Morris Katz,
Sam v Mrs Irving
insky, Mrs Maurice Neu.
Beth David Lists
1967 Confirmands

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Sen. Cain Specker At Convention
Henrj P Cain, of Miami, vice
.lent for finance for Goodwill
Industries of South Florida, and a
former Senator from the State of
Washington, will give the keynote
Special Program
At Hebrew Acad.
Regisration for a special pro-
rra-i, lor junior high school students
with no previous Hebrew education
is now taking place at the Hebrew
Academy. Rabbi Alexander S.
Gross, principal, announced.
The Hebrew program will in
elude the study of Torah. prophets.
Jewish history, language and 'it-
erature. Mishna. Talmud and com-
mentaries.
To be eligible for the junior
high program, students must
have completed six years of ele-
mentary school and are required
to pass an entrance examination.
Registration i- also takine place
for the Olga and Margaret Wi -
haul High School for Girls at 2427
I'ir.etree Dr.
address at the first general session
of the American Association for
the Blind at the 41-t annual con
vention July 9 through 14th at the
Deauwlle Hotel
Approximately 1.000 members,
more than half of them totally or
partially blind, are expected to at-
I Horace W Kimbrell. National
Chairman of Goodwill Industrie-of
America, will address the mem-
bers at the Shotwell Awards Ban
quet on Tuesday. July 11
Naomi Hadassah
Weight Program
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Naoni -lodels are Mrs. Myron
R-b.n V Alan Gardner, Mrs.
Marsha in, Mrs. Angelo
Dive-o!r. Mrs. Franklin K'tu'i
er, Mrs. Alfredo Jalowayski, Mrs.
JercH Locke, Mrs ArWrvvn Ser
tin, Mrs David Sirjarman, Mrs.
Lloyd Sarber, Mrs Sidney Kai
serman.
will I
he Great n. M a:
SW Hlti M
Mrs. Staubtr Installs
Young Israel Congregation
Offn \
mi wi n cently in
stalled by Mr- SI erwin S<
joint cei emori it -
Ne presidents are Emanuel
Ungar, Young Israel Congregation;
Mr- Leonard Sidersky Sisterhood
Mr- Irwin Serotta P i' \ and Ar
thur Weingarten Mi i Club
A buffet supper and entertain
ment followed the ceremony Mrs
Murra) Frand wa- chairman for
the evening
Porkinson Women Present
Newly Elected Officers
ing of
the Woi > Divisioi
the S ii Founds
is for I hursday Ju
at 12;30 p.m. in the auditorium of
Chase I md Loan
'.. 42.") Arthur I
Miami Bes
and tests ill
Iroduced tu the newly-elected offi-
Summer Classes
A summer typing class, through
the month of July at the Ida M
Fisher Community School. 1424
Drexel Ave continues each Mon-
day mi'! Wednesday, 7 to in p m
in Room 102
A free daily class in S|.....d Rea I
and Typing lor Adults will be
1:00 to hi
Room 102 by Marvin Cohen
Ro thi month of
.-.
Fai to part
le in tin- coordinated class,
\,i
build rea .. skills, and
rcasi i t'.r ol comprehension.
Thi: is no charge
Stage 100 Opens
On Lincoln Road
Mayor Jay Dermer of Miami
Beach pre-ided at the formal open-
ing of Miami Beach's newest res-
taurant, the Stage nn> Restaurant
and Sandwich shop thi- week
Located al Lincoln Road and
Collins Ave.. the luxurious 10.000
sq f; facility will be able to teal
35o persons
The back room seating ~<
has bei n l he Cub
tei to
\> ho wishes to
to en
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Jr and G< on Hart of Miami,
lly lii snick of Nt \ d Mil
ton R
New Yoi k
A v.. ; Una
.e beqinning c .
ciuise lo Nassau for Mr.
Mrs Schaffer of .
SW Miami.
JVW Women
In Member Tea
West '' Auxiliary. >
\ i -,. Id the fir-t
< bership tea-
Thursday rding to an .
nouncemeni by Mrs Norman l
man. presidi
The vent >-- held in the hi
of Mr- ". Stern, member
chairman V- \ifrrd Baker
ctvehairn-. isting them w
Mrs K\ I n freshmeota '
Samuel Gn ai hoapitaHty; W
char' favors; and W
Bi all decorstJoM,
Spei al gw eU wera to be I
Meyi Cohei newly -elected **
vice president of the Departn
of Fiorina ari Mate member
chairman, and Mrs Mas Ru
Graduates Offer Cantata
luation i s of thi
Israel of l I M
-i hool w re held on S in
lay June 4 Presentii a
entitled "Pillars of Our I
a ere the Sandi
man. 1 \ ...
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Michael Einb i
Mrs. Kogan Chairs
Miss Universe E-ent
The
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Gary Polk To Be Bar Mrfzvei
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national vice president of the Women's Division American
Society for Technion. South Dade Chapter recently held its
annual installation meeting at the Biscayne Terrace Hotel
Standing at the installation (left to right) are Mesdames David
Klein board member; Mae Wollman, corresponding secretary;
Ann Wollman. board member; Louis Schwartzman. board;
Bernard Yesner, board; H. Franklin Williams, president; Meyer
A. Baskin. honorary president Rae Rcsenthal. history
Marhn Spector. board; Juliet H. Burk. beard; He^ry Baran.
cZt STeyi T"edn\an' measurer; Sidney Manic. boa.<
SS ^T Z t**"* Mor,on Fellman' honorary preside,-
Seated Heft to right) are Mesdames Lee Harris, v.ce preside.
517''' hnancial secretary; Me)vir. Schwar. boa.
nZu ,,Tun' chaPlain; ^id Semcxer. vice presidei
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iahhinical Council Discusses
urrenl W orld Problems
;<; x \ \ The convention denounced "the
annual convention of the Rab vicio propaganda campaign in
Dreal Council of America adopted fi Soviet pi
week .< i' solution endorsing lions media agalhsl [sracl "which
wholeheartedly" the decision of has placed In Jeopardy the securrt)
ol the :t.uoo.ouo Jews of the Soviet
L'nfon The resolution also asked
the Soviet government to extend to
tv Jewish minority the
Law Offices Formed
I Barest
and Ho*aril, to* sermatiua ut a (|
ha been
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i to the Hnl> Land
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JERUSALEM
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|th immipa'ion from the free
>rld and plans for the utilization
\ the large numbers of volun
|rrs arriving in Israel amon^ the
jor Items on the acrnda
The \ {encj Executive plcnarv
cultural life" given other ethnic
and national groups it also called
on the Soviet Union to acceler
au the reunion ol Jewish families
separated during World War II by
tlu Nazi holocaust.
The rabbis urged the fnited V
tions .md the International Rt '
Cross to intervene in Aral) coun-
tries where Jewish nationals "have
The been subjected to lynching, brutal
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to these outrages and to ensure
that fundamental human rights arc
guaranteed '
Rabbi Pesaih Levovitl of Lake
wood, was elected to a second
term as president and Rabbi Zcv
ih is due to last most of thisjSegal of Newark was elected lir-i
k. will be followed by a meet \vice president.
*f the governing council of the
Jo; Id Jewish Congress and a meet
of the Cenference of World
wish organizations (COJOV
|r>r Nahum Goldmann. president
the World Zionist Orenni/ation
in of the World Jewish Congress,
tin : presiding at all three meet
said that the Zionist move-
in*, was taauig great problems,
Irticularly in taking up the pros
ct of a possible huge immigra
The issue of Federal aid to pri
vate and religious education came
in for sharp disagreement during a
thnehour debate at the conven
tion among Jewish educators.
Dr Jacob I Hartstem. presidt nt
.if KingsbofOogh Community "I
loge m New York City supp*.rted
the program administered under
the Federal Education Act of 1965
and emphasized that government
aid benefits now available to chil-
m. mainlv of vouth, to Israel He
ad th-re was an urgent need for dnn "ending schools under re
large scale immiirratinn to Israel "a10"* !? -ho,ll<> ** ed
primarily as an opportunity "to
Improve and enrich educational
programs, not as the 'bread and
butter' of educational support and
financing." Rabbi I'rl Miller, a
former president of the Rabhnical
Council. Strongly upheld the prin
ciple of the separation of church
and state He asserted that ever-.
escalation of government aid to
private and parochial BChoOls helps
break down the wall separating
church and state and may harm
the public school system
Impaign and that there was no
htliuatfofl for immijrration he-
ic the Jewish Agene> He ex-
-sd the ho|e that the plenary
won would develop working
in for that objectiv >>
j Discussing the COJO and WJC
#netinjs, he said that while tm-
rewrvetf Jewish support would
expressed for Israel. a% well
readiness to rally the Jew-
people throughout the world
ilttically for Israel, the meet-
It would also consider the situ-
of Jewish communities in
ra*j countries.
Ir said reports from tho*e coun
le.s indicated an Increaatagly hos
atmosphere ior Jews The in
Irnatfonal Red Cross, seeking to
tx-ipfni 'tin had not been ibte
make contact with the Arab
>vernments on the problem, he
inted OUl
Dr. Goldmann said that the al
10-4 unexpected surge of mass
(wish support for Israel in n en!
eks had revived his hie long
n of bringing all Jewish or
urinations throughout the world
rider one roof not as an execu
body but rather for diseusaloni
id eansuHatlons, where organlza
tro-n rr.'ht to left, could dll
purely Jewish problems.
m Bcovt Charter
I On Tuesday, July ll at 8 p.m.,
c Investiture ceremony and pros
taUon of Charter to Boy Scout
H,P No 350 sponsored by the
>therhood of Temple SlgAI of
k.rth Dade will take place at the
ishington Federal Auditorium,
NF ICTth St., Nortn Miami
ach
Harmony Chop/er Luncheon
Harmony Chapter. B'nai B'rith
Lodge, held a gala butfi t lunch
ron and card parly on Thursdaj
June 29. meeting, in the new
Hol'dav Inn on 22m! St and Collins
\ve Mrs George Ginsburg is presi
dent of the chapter and Mrs Esthe:
Schwartz is fund raising vice pi
dent
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figure It...
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WAGON
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you fesl at horns, with her basket
sf li'ti and answers to qutttions
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SODAS
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CHOCOLATE CHIP ICED SPICED OR ICED OaTmEal
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29c
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TOP U S CHOKE
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