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Title:
The Jewish Floridian
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63 v. : ;
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Jewish Floridian Pub. Co.
Place of Publication:
Miami, Fla
Creation Date:
July 14, 1967

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

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Dates or Sequential Designation:
Began in 1927?
Dates or Sequential Designation:
-v. 63, no. 20 (May 18, 1990).
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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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Title:
The Jewish Floridian
Physical Description:
63 v. : ;
Language:
English
Publisher:
Jewish Floridian Pub. Co.
Place of Publication:
Miami, Fla
Creation Date:
July 14, 1967

Subjects

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

Notes

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

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University of Florida
Rights Management:
All applicable rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier:
oclc - 35317254
lccn - sn 96027667
ocm35317254
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AA00010090:02006

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

Full Text
Jewish Floridian
Volume 4U Number 27
Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY
Miami. Florida, Friday, July 14, igr7
Two Seen
LAND AND SEA INCIDENTS CONTINUE
Israel and Egypt Accept Call
For U.N. Observers on Suez
Eshkol Criticism of Day an
Won 7 Prompt Resignation
Uceptancc by Israel and Egypt
United Nations call for IN
rven 10 be stationed on both
the Sue/ Canal cca.se fire
I I -day failed to halt mill
larj provocation! by the CAR.
A iifporamk Egyptian jet was
shot down and another was
chased ott by Israeli antiaircraft
fire from the Sinai peninsula
Tuesday afternoon. It was the
second UA.R. warplane destroy-
ed in three days.
and Egypt charged one
with massing forces m tin'
th of Port Said and Port
iv.ly as Norwegian
1 f) Id Bull ni-hed to get I \
in portion
\ an troofM joined Egyptian
the weal bank of the Suez
Soviet warships entered their
I days of a week long visit
rptian port-
The Arab states, meanwhile.
noed siimanit talks in Cairo
and Damascus, with Jordanian,
Iraqi Egyptian and Syrian Leaden
conferring with top Russian gov
ernment officials.
The United States estimated
Tuesday afternoon. In a State De-
partment briefing, that the So-
viets have sionnStantly' re-
placed Egyptian, teeeei ef 700
tamtt and mor. men MO air-
craft since June's sm day war.
Alqeria also sent the U.A.R at
least 20 jet MIC fighters.
The Egyptians, who lost 95 of
100 MIC 15s and 17s. and
I their 40 MIG 19 s. were re-
reiving the newer MIG 2l'i as re-
pi icementa With 63 of their 163
MIG 21"l having survived last
IM"r -ive Israeli air strikes
dogfights, the Egyptians today
can place In the air a jet fighter
force virtually equal in firepower
vanquished force And. since
' \ R losses were suffered
round, Cairo can still field
imptiment of Soviet trained

Russian Navy 'Fully Prepared1
To Join Arab Forces
WASHINGTON ,JTA) Admiral Igor Molotsov. com
mander of the Soviet naval flotilla that has arrived in Port Said
and Alexandria, served notice Mondav that his ships were "fully
prepared to cooperate with the United Arab Republic armed forces
in repelling any aggression."
This was the first known statement by a responsible Soviet
authority threatening military measures in the current crisis
Authorities said the Soviet naval units at Alexandria and
Port Said comprised the biggest force of Communist power ever
to visit Egypt The Russian units include two missile cruisers
Other warships and at least two submarines The Soviet admiral
said his vessels were shadowed by the IS Sixth Fleet and were
observing the movements of the Americans
The Soviet presence in Port Said, only a few miles from
where Israel, plane! bombed hostile Egyptian aitilierv on Saturdav
ua teen here as a Soviet show of solidarity with Egypt
Naval sources said a Soviet missile cruiser and another cruiser
Of conventional design were docked at Port Said which is on the
northern end of the Sue/ (anal Admiral Molot.sov said the visit
WeJ being made at the invitation of the Egyptian government
The Soviet display of naval strength coincided with the open-
ing in Cairo of an Arab summit conference on Israel. King Hussein
o. joruan ha> arrived lu. the tains and the presidents of Syria
and Iraq are expected short]} President Nasser went into dis-
cussions today with King Hussein and President Boumedienne of
Algeria.
Israel Sets Procedures
For West Bank Return
JERUSALEM tJTA) Israeli
officials began work this week on
procedures to permit the return of
West Rank Arabs under new lib-
eralized regulations approved by
the Cabinet An earlier order per-
mitting their return up to Aug 10
was liberalized with the announce-
ment that while the Aug 10 date
was the deadline for filing applica-
tions, there would be no time limit
An uiqent demonstration for the basic nqhts ot the Israeli
people was the result when Bavaria's political parties, church-
es, trade unions and student associations called a rally in
Munich. The city of Munich has founded a Committee for Aid
to Israel under the patronage of Governing Mayor Hans-
lochen Vogel. Similar groups are forming spontaneously in
many other towns and cities.
for the actual return.
The applications will be distrib
uted in Jordan by the International
Red Cross. Former West Bank res
Identa who fled to areas other than
Jordan may also apply for re-entry
to the West Rank but their return
will be subject to Israel's regula-
tions for reunification of families.
Israel will not admit persons con
lidered to be security risks or
criminal! likely to disturb the
peace
In Geneva, the International
Red Cross mid Mondaj it had
named delegations la four Israeli
held Arab areas to aid the Arab*
Israel has given the IRC free .
to the areas without special
Continued on Pac,e 2-A
Israel Pumps Oil
At Sinai Wells
WASHINGTON tJTA) Itah -
state owned EM oil group, which
is 50 pel cent owner ol the Sinai
wells, reported today that Israel
will begin pumping oil from the
in the next fee days \
com pan] spokesman in Rome said
KM was not "collaborating" with
the Israelis in the pumping opera
lions hut was not protesting EM
officials denied that any financial
arrangements had been made with
Israel
Some of the storage and loading
facilities at the Sinai wells were
damaged in the June fighting but
have since been repaired. Potential
production of the Italian Egyptian
wells is estimated at 4.7 million
tons a year.
JERUSALEM tJTA) Goi
ernment circles rejected widely-
circulated reports that (ien Moshe
Dayan would resign as Minis:,, ol
Defense following criticism l>>
Prime Minister Lcvi Eshkol in a
newspaper interview published last
Friday-
Mr Eshkol was quoted aa saying
that the premiership and the
fense portfolio should be held l>>
the same person ;is. but for a brie!
time it always was prior to G I
Dayan'i assumption ol the
, last May Mr Eshkol was also ,-rit
1 ical of the fulsome credit tx
given Gen Dayan for the con
of the six day war. arguing
Gen Dayan s role in the war was
mainly limited to boosting n
and that major credit should no
to (Jen. Itzhak Rabin, the chiel
staff.
Government and Ifapaj Part.,
circles said today that as lor
the present critical situation con
'tinned and national unity was s(,
Urgent, the government of national
union formed by the broadening of
Ihe coalition last May. would be
continued Representatives of Mr
Eshkol's Mapai Party and Gen
Dayan's Rail Party were scbed
uled to meet this week to try to
iron out the difficulties which have
, delayed conclusion of the agree
| men! to merge the two labor
parties
i Observers in the United State-
noted that Dayan had not claimed
credit for the military victory, but
I hat his famed eye patch offered
the same identification features for
non Israelis as David Ren Gunon s
listinctive hair
Dayan supporters pointed ou
that the man who led Israeli (ones
| to victory in the 1!)56 Sinai cam-
paign had conferred with the top
echelon leaders of the 1967 war for
more than two weeks prior to (he
lune 5 start of hostilities
Dayan himself repeatedly lauded
(he precision and planning of Ra
oin and his staff
GIN ITZHAK RABIN
full trtdit
MOSHtDAYAN
subject of criticism
POLL REVEALS
3 to I AGAHSST
ISRAEL PI ll.Ol T
u tSHINGTON .tTAi
The American public, bj a
ratio ol 3 to 1 ejects thi
Soviet Ai ab position that I-
I,-ol Ins! withdraw its troops
m all occupied territor*.
re oth< r issues i i
settle.!, the Louis Hai ris ;
of Public Opinion disclo
The poll published
week also i p\ ealeil that T OUl
oi io ol those polled belii
Jerusalem should bet omc sn
interns ional citj. open to
all
> eight percent said
Israel should guaranteed
the right to send her ships
through the <:nIf of Aqaba;
86 per cent felt that Israel
should also have freedom of
passage through the Sue/
(anal and 82 per cent said
the) thought Israel's exist
ence as a sovereign state
should be formally accepted
by the Arab nations
Soviets Again
Brand Israel
As Aggressor
\ NITED NATIONS \\ \
'l t L'nioi Itei
ICk on I-:.i I, i
on the 1 nited Nati ins S
cil to co
i ssoi in S rday's S
i ashe. and I
furthi r pain of
idot i T
i if the Sov let I nion told
the Council that il it fo
: i imp in
!hi So\ lei i
particip i
In al tiradi
in which he desi ribed the l-i ai
U the Tel Aviv bandits arid
"pirates. tin- Soviet envov made
slashing attacks on the United
states accusing it of supporting
Israel In an "imperialistic conspii
BCy" to prevent the democratic
development of the Arab states
Israel would not act so reckless!)
the Soviet spokesman said, if it did
not have the SUPDOJl of Washing
Continued on Peoe 16-A


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I
mAivm UMMtL
Jackman Graduates
Insurance College
M Sttphtrn JickmiQ. I8l S
23rd St. Miaai, eradaated in June
bm The College ol Insurance.
St'- York C:t> He received his
One-Year Multiple lane Insurance
PrUessumal Certificate, awarded
*-.:h distinction
Mr Jack.-r.in is a graduate of
Miami Senior High School and at
tended the University of Florida
and University of Miami bere h*
receded .'us BBA in accounting
h> u the son of Mr. and Mrs. Wil
Dam Jackman. 7956 SW 22nd St.
a-c -on-in-Jaw of Mr. and Mrs
Sarr. Seitlm, 1819 SW 23rd St He
.- Tamed to the former Harriet
Seitlm.
Beach Attorney
Heads Fla. Elks
-
^ Florida State E

( Lj
i
--. vetfan rganuabooa, pii
*el-
pal eharttable ander-
ng of Flcritja E^ts during the
- :-r-68
According Kimmel. "the
go! of Ht State Elks Associa-
en is to prvid at feast 3^00
crippled children with medkel
aid and treatment. Last yar,~
Kimmel stated, "the Elks pro-
vided care for 2.400 children at
the Harry-Anna Crippled Chil-
dren's Heeprte! in UmatilU. Fla.
I will do everything in my power
ht expand this aid, and to pre>
vide medical help for crippled
children wherever and whenever
it is needed."
Kimmel .5 past president of the
Miami Beach Junior Chamber of
Commerce pa-1 wee president of
the U S. Junior Chamber of Com-
merce, past District Grand Ex-
alted Ruler of the Elks, a director
of the Miami B ach Bar .Associa-
tion. Miami Beach Exchange Cob.
M;arru Beach Presidents Council,
and a member of the Advisory
Charter and Re\isK>n Board of the
Cit| of Miami Beach
He lives at 465 South Shor Dr.
with his wife. Jodi, and three
children.
hr. Boumgord
Joint Clergy In
Return to \\ est Bank
Job tppeol
Lr Herbert M.
Bauntgai
m*n of I *' '" '

-. are
L> .e H
ing tr.
ad Ke. Howard
J McCar:;. itno.ic D-
IV Rabbin-
ical Aaaociataoo "- third
of the gro-.,
Interfaith Age-.c> wfuch ha
gone on record as urging all
priestl raftbn
o support the Youth Oppor
tunity program and to en-
courage congregations and
institutions to make jobs
available la young people ir-
Kspertrre of their race or
Earth,
Continued from P9 l A
(Krmissu-n Ifcc Ked Cro> Pfti
. n authorised to
farr
i .- and to l
i Arab countr,.
..... .:..:. f..*i Utdlt
quinet and n intfM >l i
Nib G iran newlj
appointed ''-; d N-'. - problems, arnv-
Parti ei ;--'*t
a Secretary-General U Thant'i
personal r(-pn*n:j:i'.i on the oel
fare -t Arab refugees and wai
MBcnj
Proof of permanent residence ;n
the Wast Back prior to June 6
when Jordan \as knocked c
. to bl
- ft
\ spokesman uos
been made regarding I
I
f
ar reasons befori the *ar |
June 5 and were il
Israeli ave *-
, r, of the Jordan River p.
hsgaea will be ;-
a i, : enter West Bark b
and to arrange CSJBtasssl
bi altn octrois there and trans*
, facilities Work has alri*
begun on repairing the All-
Bridgi -xpected to b* -
ii i ai ti nalBf pint
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"I
Dor ol Course Scone Optimists
36 Hole Golf Coof e$f
The Doral Country Chib and
Hotel in Miami was the scene of
a 36-bole tournament, sponsored b>
Bay Harbor Surfside Optimist Club
July 11 and 12. Participants were
winners of elimination tourna-
ments in Florida's 15 Optimist
zoct-.
Yovtti Symphony to Benefit
A card party for the benefit o(
'.he South Florida Youth Symphony
Orchestra of North Miami Beach
will be held Tuesday evening at
the First Fed-ral Savings and Loan
Association. 900 NE 125th St.. in
the Friendship Room at 7:30 Re-
freshments will be served. Mem-
bers and friends are asked to bnng
their own cards or games of their
choice. Prizes will be awarded
Israel Philharmonic
In Scopus Concert
NEW YORK JTA The Is-
rael Philharmonic Orchestra gave a
concert July 9 on Mount Scoou*.
Leonard Bernstein was conductor.
Isaac Stern was soloist. Jennie
Tourel soprano, also performed in
the concert with Israeli soprano
Netania Davrath
Mount Scopus vai an Israeli en-
clave in Jordan-held Old Jerusa-
lem from 1948. when Jordan eized
it. until June 8. when Israeli troop*
knocked Jordan out of the war and
liberated the area
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1967
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Page 3-A
Rafael Indicates Preference Observer Teams
N!v. yoKK IJTA1 Aml>
Icon Rafael indicated the
obwnrei f*m< Isr:"'
, to im ilonR fhe canal
proposed 10 We ^">;
ni,h, that local trad
an commanden meet
. o appropriate arrange
prevent breacho ..f In.
He pointed out Hut
,.,nont* in rf,,, '
attain M.ch a. water
^..rM.-r of the mounded
, : s n| war.
.-.iW-in there was talk of
< :sptian tea mi
pen to patrol the aensi



The Israelis lake the
-. .,,,. dead and thej are
ibserven t<> I*- de
. hould not be a
i

I Get 0
. > ,, ii -;
iBen ; '
The iralis d'd not overlook
rha rr.nf9* of a obaarvar
,.>.- at point* of contact with
the Ec.ptian* TS* presanca of
thf ocvarvara would bo bound
to retfwee tha number of border
clash* and terrorist attacks
which Egypt *~* d*ir to
show at the praaant cee fire
line h jntenable. Tho arrival of
Red He-et unit* at Egyptian ports.
,ncludi-9 Port Said, lass than 70
mile* "om Israeli outpost*, in-
:-fj ence t- international obsarvars
would -erve to abate
the atationJai <>f UN
,.ti th- coaac lire lines
would be an indirect, international
recognition ot [arael'i presence in
the Sinai Peninsula and aloof the
Sue? Canal thill strengthening I-
rael's claim"- that it- withdrawal
-hould be onl> after direct nego-
Uationa
Tne security Council'i consensus
on the dispatch o4 observen to the
canal zone a> achieved onl> after
a hitter three-hour wranale in
.-. hirh the Soviet ambassadoi Nik-
Israel Festival
Season Continues
JERL'SAl KM The Israel Hin
nt i oui. im ii ahead
#ith it- ; lor a full chedule
'f cultui al events. 1 ma
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Ihe "tli Ai nuel : ra I Festival
Woi Id \--'
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i- Julj 27 Pai '<"
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The /.mirw. ^hic-h >- he
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Jul) 19 and will run lo Aug 31
Nineteen choirs are expected to
participate, representing countries
Mich a.-. Canada. Denmark, Ln>j-
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Ital> Sweden anil Ihe United
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oho T Fedorenko, fouyht hard to
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number of Observers to be deploy-
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viou.-ly agreed to the proposed
consensus, it was obvious that Mr
Fedorenko'a teal was not to pro-
tect Arab intere-ts ImiI to pursue
long-standing Soviet policy to try
limit the Secretary Generals
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replj lo the vitriolic attack made
earlier l>\ Ambassador Fedorenko
to another tirade bj the Sj riar
Ml Fedorenko. Ml
quietly found it diffl
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The Israel Scene
Reviewed
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israel is STIIL the
'.:. capturrc 'he attention o: the
powers, the United Nal
.z of governments and c! pe.
rcughcut the world.
Rightfully so the situation Is
from a solution. Questioning
.-.ether Russia wants a solution is
:rde: She continues tc pounci
= crdei end chaos into both the
scussion fcrum and military might
-.z material into the fighting front.
-= obvious she seeks to move into
, ~ore viable position of total domi-
ction, and o: course, oil control.
~JTA
Conjecture continues rampant as
e ccsition the United Sta'es will
take, or finally be forced into ta.:
retaining a iirm position in the
ed Nations fcrum has, of course
been helpful flimsy as :'. ;s. The
ed States position has not as yet
re-en that sufficiently forthright or
-ointed to wield suffice--- In-
fluence to force a workable solution
e Middle Ecst conflict.
All of thi= second guessing all
c: the behind-the-scenes maneuver-
ing and diplomatic intrique continues to leave
lyman with en empty and insecure feeling.
Meanwhile Israel 's moving ahead with its
.; for Jerusalem, the return of the Arabs to
:n s West Bcnk all with the approach of
a .ait accomp.i with deep infight into the
itical aspects ihese moves establish and the
Arab nations have once again gathered in jCCIliy IS DeilCYlllQ
seision tn plot and to plan. Egypt, deliberately
and we believe with the advice and at the
esticn of Russia are sending forays, air
oorder, estcblishinn incident upon incident.
crat extremes or conservatives whatever
the destination may be.
Were you disappointed at the q..
w; :. v....... ui Israel's government is just un.tej ^s the
facing demands.
Watch and see.
Israel thus far has been meeting every
ation with appropriate military action,
ccequately and successfully. UN observers
should be on the scene at this writing their
e f? ectiveness still unproven and UN debate still
continuing.
National polls reveal the American public
cccs not approve a roll back of borders before
all pertinent issues are resolved. However both
locally and internationally it was quite ad-
equately demonstrated that clerqy and the or-
ganized churches of other faiths were woefully
weak if at all to be heard frc-m on an
issue that surely called for their affirmative
participation.
What does the immediate future hold in
s:o:e for Israel? Will she be able to withstand
the intrigue of political pressures? Will the
scmberness of the present end at least ior the
present?
Let us stop waiving consecutive interpreta-
tion until there is some.
Tie ban on travel to lsrce.
and the added incentive to se- foot upon new
territories in the atmosphere c.
exhilaration exists. Tourism to Israel .
momentum that indicates tceed pxe\
statistics.
The Miami Bond Pilqrimcge. ..
tours. UJA missions, Congress expedit:orj and
others aided by travel agents cue .arrier-
stimulate activity and move thousands into
the Holy Land.
Experience has proven that seeinq is believ-
ing and udcii ieiu... m heme the indoctrination
has provided : .' nr| aicne tor interest
in Israel but toi tea' identification.
Still United
Were you let down or dismayed as you read
sc soon after Israel's miracle military victory ot
the internal battle waging between Premier
Levi Eshkol and Moshe Dayan? Don't be.
Tho?e who were familiar with this struggle
to capture Israel's top cabinet positions were
fully aware that this see-sawing for power and
political control has been going on for many
years a sincere diverqence of opinion oil
approach to tactics and policy. It will continue
regardless of who is up there.
Why should Israel, young cs it is, be dif-
ferent than the rest of the world governments-
own United State* and elsewhere seemingly
bin themselves have c 3 points of
w hawks and doves Republican or Demo-
Another Dimension
To the thinking parson the Fourth ot July
this year had a special significance. It re-
minded us that justice is not easily achieved
that the independence of a people is raiely
if ever attained as a free will ottering.
It was deemed impudence that America
should desire to rule herself. The same atti-
tude, in even more heightened form is preva-
lent ip the Arab world.
Nationhood may be all right for the twenty
or in who can count them
countries, but that the JPW should waa| Qne
little country is deemed crroqance and they
co not conceel their intention to destroy It
though their current defeat may serve to help
them change theu minds.
America had to fight for seven long years
to gain her right to ex-st. and even after that
were threats that the
lican form of government was doomed <~>
perish.
Even as the American battle for freedom
was one of the no- ojorious chapters
nistcry so Israel's fiaht for survival is des-
a unique place forever in the
hearts of who ueasure freedo::.
\\ tSMNGT) IN In Si not
I,, : u illism C
u, is ssked Seen I
if 1 i f"r
w .; ;h: < I IdlUOflsl division!
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Perceptible liiooBi
in .it leasl two i-
n visit
on high i it
thst Pli.mi Van Dong soui
verj liff. I note. Tin
re tell assured predirtio
ipse of American will Insu
' Xorth Vii tnsmesc
the wai with p<
ai .
which mi am no waj out
in turn makes exci
of the recentl) p
analysis of the course ol tt,
the North Vieti unese
' Qen \..n Tien Dung rhis
*" "' ^-.i bj such .,.,
Wi- '<> w*s so stuffed with
cli that the
- >l S tl \
i much
the war al-o make sense of >
other myslerioea recent -
pei culsrly the niddi
.ton in M.i\
officisl Ninth VietnssMac cnt
harm, Including
on I hai Mao would evei l
ALSOP
fc.
New Nine
ilisti had
pinion a'
note being
Phwn v.,,, D
e. the
rt of the
^^Vletitsniesedlffersssess
lud ol
- Ctuna
.ck d
urpi in( si ihi> t

n ith it is clearer t1-
that tl
)'. wt% a it it.-*
1 ttai-ni vith
>eCt-d ( hu
iin to rJesstaJL^
i: lGtHI thev-jrade ci.
I/to kcei the r' feei
\: i in 1967."in areas I
esmr* on then '
| al ^w -th Vitr.j-
irgl irt
h', across the
i Htaa>ncnttilLmoit
' -'I* 'I |u'i"
Enem> L^s
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a r costs I
trtcal '.
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[flsUei
- h cfa arc the M
I ; 111 n* I
i mi amrtule pushing up '
2 10,000 men s year, tn I
are fewer and fewer South)
U ts, a hmher and higher pi
' on of II -mem*
fiom the North
id the cumulative (MBIfl
North 'in I <>:iiring and ymi ha-'
'uat.on in which people wh
' hinl it is isni isw' nu>i
tually Ih'cih to think sbou'
putting an end to the war Tht*
unlikely to happen at any early dst<
It w;!l sever happen at all unl<-
the President shows he is read> t
do Wervthing nccr*sary in orilr
to keep the pie^urc on and to h
incrcsslng thr pressure
Keepisi Iba prsesyie en,
U) i- the (in:> way to w
wsr >.f .I'tntion uh:rh Ibis '
been Fortunstely fox
I tht I .>ui> Harris Sui
he neople want him t<.
what is needed to win. and al
t think be -hnuid call the
" i the National liuarii
Hs baa th- national support he
his critics It Is up '
him
Jessies Blanche l'oixotto, an
' Jewish economist who
lived in California al the begin:
of this century was the first M
an to reach the rank of full pi
sor at the Universit) of Cslifoi
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Planned Parenthood
Birth Control Laws Elastic
Alan F. Guttmacher. preai
| The Planned Parenthood
ration of America. Inc. char
Jewish law in areas per-
. (> birth control and a!>or
i .i I l.eial since it
er equates the life <>f tin un
l rn child with that of the mother."
Writing in the current issue of
irtarl) "Judaism," ipoiuor
. the \mencan Jewish Con
i>i Guttmacher traces and
naritea the sources in Jewish
: the tour most prevalent
ethoda of conception control: eel
..bortion. contraception and
U nlization.
He reporfi: "The specific prob-
lem of therapeutic Abortion to
preserve the life of the mother
Hid not become a sjbject of Jew-
ish discussion until the seven-
teenth century The consen-
sus is clear: Judaism sanctions,
ven demands, that therapeutic
abortion be done in cases in
which pregnancy presents a haz-
ard to the mother's life. Fur-
thermore, psychic d:sorders as-
sociated with pregnancy which
might lead to risk of life would
be considered in the same way
at physical threat to the mother's
life."
Dr. Guttmacher cites the prob-
lem faced l,y Jews in Nazi-occupied
Europe when an edict was Issued
that ever} pregnant woman would
6c killed on sight. Rabbi Oshry of
fyovno decided in favor Of SDOJ
in oiilci hi uva the lives ot the
women; the children in an) even!
would i>e doomed,
l>i Guttmacher notes that while
the Talmud unequivocally con-
demns male contraception, women
are "not under equal obligation .i"
Hi.' male to be faithful and mill-
tiplj
Nursing mothers, for example,
w.re permitted to use contracep
live devices.
Eventually, these categories
were broadened by rabbinical au-
thorities not only to permit but to
require contraceptives by the fe-
male if pregnancy or delivery
would result in the mother's death.
Louis Stern Wins Optimist Contest
is Robert stern, a Miami winners from Optimist interim
i Hmh School student has tional'a Florida Pistrict at the an
the optimist Oratorical Con nual convention nf the organise-
Zone 10 of the Florida Dis- tion Ma> 7 in Tampa
Winner- c.f the state contest n II
i Mr and Mrs Jerome no to the international finals ii'
Stern he will compete with othr Portland, ore. in July for a eol
I scholarship
Stern's winning topic was "Pa-
triotic Citizenship Needs Op-
timism "
He is a member of the varalt]
tennis team .it Miami HiRh and
varsity debate team. He is a sopho
more.
Birth Defects Center
Marks First Anniversary
July 1 marked the first anniver-
sary of the I'.irth Dei,els Center
it Jackson Memorial Hospital, ac-
cording to Dr. Bernard Fogel,
ISSisanl professor of pediatrics and
ector of the Center Dr Fogel
innoiinced that March of Mimes
nds in the amount of $21,373 has
already been contributed by the
i i Count) Chapter of the V.
ional Foundation and other Klor-
la chapters to assure operation
ir another year
3
.5
And now, on to the Combined Jewish Appeal. That i.
the message at a meeting this week at the penthouse ap;
ment of Israel Emergency Fund associate ch-urrr.an \acl.
Popick at which Miss Israel was auest of honor. Participc
in the reception honoring Batya Kabiri included (left to re.
Dr. Irving Lehrman. iormer CJA chairman and natic:
rabbinic council chairman of the United Jewish Appeal; Jc
Kislak IEF. co-chairman and past CJA chairman Nc:-
Pallot, general chairman for the 1968 CJA. and Leon Kau.:
president of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation and c.-..
man of the South Florida Council on the Israel Emerger..
Chaplaincy Head Goes To Viet Nam
NEW YORK (JTAJ Rabbi on behalf of the Commission
Selwyn I). Ruslander of Dayton, Ing his stay in Viet Nam. i .
Ohio, chairman of the Commission Ruslander will conduct a relig
on Jewish Chaplaincy of the Na retreat for the 'cwish chapla -
tional Jewish Welfare Board, will Viet Nam and tiscuss plans t
leave on a 10-da> official visit to observance thire of the co.Tt tg
South Viet Nam later this month Hiuh Holy Da>8.
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VSA leader** R*%-i*w liiraH War laiiia*<
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Ren Son CiInirg li memo r
of trie ncwh constituted accredits
d nmiUet) of the Bureau 01
Jewish Education Leon J Ell ii
committee, with
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UJA
iel where
. settianaeats
wrack Trorr. a to-:
they visited many
i sew evidence
of severe damage and dieruptioa directly aiiect-
ing the ..ves of immigrants brought to Israel
by UJA for serJement. The task ot rebuilding
theee humanitarian programs among an im-
-rrcr.: people hard hit by war and continued
..action :s monumental, they reported.
Gcdot. Behma them ere shells which destroyed
Above, they are shown with settlement leaders
-_=-rjss;r.g needs of the damaged village oi
kzj: of the builaina. Second from left is Leonard
Beh ot Lewiston. Me.. Chairman ct the Your.c
Lecoersh.p Cabinet Left to right crre: Mrs.
Hear/ L Jones of Detroit. Cnaaman ot tne
National Women's Division. Irving Bernste.n
UJA assistant executive vice-chairman and
associate General chairmen Edward Gins-
berg of Cleveland. Lower left, typical damaqe
to a settlement home in Kubbutz Dan on the
northern border. Lower right. Mr. Ginsburg
and Mr. Bernstein peer inside through curtains
miraculously left hanging while rest of room
was destroyed
American Jewish Congress Mission
Departs For Israel; Dr. Krontsh, Member
. Y'iRK A 14-member
of the American Je*i>h
made up of its principal
Tuesday for
l areek'l round of talks and visits
in Israel to study and assess its
KociaJ. political and seocraphic
prob'.m.> reauitinf from the war
Th.- fact finding mission is head
ed by Rabbi Arthur J. Lelyveld of
(.c'li-.'! Ohio, president of the
American Jewish Congress.
Rabbi Leon Kronish. spiritual
leader of Temple Beth Sholom and
a national vice president of AJC
h mi mber of the mission.
The group will meet with ieaii
:n*-mber> of the government
and with leaders and officials oi
religious, educational, scientific,
cultural, youth and refugee instilu
tions and agencies.
The American Jewish Congress
mission will also take part in meet-
ing! of the World Jewish Congress
Governing Council and the meet-
ing of the World Conference of
Jewish Organizations during their
stay in Jerusalem.
Members of the mission will visit
Gaza and cities and villages on-the
WeM Bank" of the Jordan River
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If you know family who has
fust arrived In your community, bo
suro to toll tfaom about welcome
Weion. Tboy will bo 4ett|hted with
the bosket of lifts and helpful
Information they will receive from
our hostess. Symbol of the com-
munity's traditional hospitality. Or
you Itiay
Jhtodore Klein Sworn ir As Assistant US Attorney
iiii'tHiure nJeir, son of Rabbi
Maurice Klein of Tifercth Jacob
Temple in Hialeah. was sworn in
recently as an assistant United
States attorney.
Mr KJein. who graduated cum
laude from the University of Miami
law school, received his Master's
at Yale University following a
brief connection with a local law
firm
Mr KJein a born near Prague.
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from which ne and his family fled
, in the early 1940s. With his wife,
Leslie, he lives at 5939 SW 12th St..
, Miami.
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SEIDERMAN ELECTED VICE PRESIDENT
wB'nai B'rith Groups Take Honors
By Special Report
I
iWASHINGTON Paul Spider
in, Miami Beach civic leader,
is been elected to the post of
Atm vice president of B'nai Brith
istrictS. a recional group m-
wacing the organization's 120
prises in the coastal states from
*V.tryland to Florida The District
Brlehrated its ,100th nnlreraary
""ing the annual convention in
jTa-hington.
[ \1r Seiderman. Miami Reach
j'\ councilman and former Kings
Jointly. Brooklyn. New York, pros-
t'tttor. h: been acme in civic, re-
motis nd community affairs fur
Hi ore than 25 year*. Including serv
W. n- i hairman of the Miami
Xr.irh lrrsonnel Board Within
'tiai Brith, Mr Seidennan is
flairn.an of the Board Of Trustees
ml the 1 lorid.i Regional Board "i
it- Art) Defamation League, past
mV.nrman of the Florida Re (tonal
oard and a me.nber of thr \';i
tonal ( onniaaton of the Ante
ci.imation League
I a r ddent of Florida J|< rut.in serves as a member
the Board of Governors of the
ri-.K r Miami Jewish Welfare Fed
#r->t<>- nri is u member and trus-
fle. i1 t''h the Miami Beach Lodge
rd Gold Oust Lodge <>i B'hai
nth I- 1965. Mr Seiderman Wtt
r is outMandinj; t itiz >n ol
t.if'i !' .tch
District s llnai li'r.th of-
< -.. cted were Joseph llan-
jiow. Wilson. N.C., preaideal
In. VFafblngton, d i
. Merman Koplcit Dan
?i second vue president
Font teen area men received
)i. ^< -ertaiion ceremonies during the
It,:"!'.'. group convention embrac
irganfzation's 14 ihrj mem-
In the competition, only cne
individual may win an award in
each category.
For his work in Vocational Sen
Ice, Milton llahn of Sholem Lodge,
Miami, took top honors William (I
IT*
m \v
1 mmW
PAUl SHOHtMAM
5:
Thompson of Sholem Lodge ami
i hosen for his work In helping to
'employ the handicapped.' Fbt
efforts In behalf ol Miami Beach
Lodge I Israel t ommttec, Gerald
Scbwartl Wia selected Judge Thr
o lore li Nelson of the Freedom
Lodge. Miami Bead), was cited foi
eonasstently presenting the beat
lodge programmiii'.
Other award winners included
Richard Shnltnan. Sholem Lodge
who received a National Retention
I ward and Jack Kirschbaumi Sho-
lem Lodge who was awlrdc
Nee Lod tea Founder Plaque Re
ceiving "Bennys"' for signing up 50
or more new members were Joseph
Bernstoia. Miasrn Beach Lodge.
and Sigmund Dawer and William
Finhorn. both of the Gold Coast
Lodge, Herman N'udelman. Fret
dom Lodge, Miami Beach, was also
awarded a "Benny," the 11th one
he has received
Bernard Langberg, Harmony
Lodge; Nathaniel Gliekman, North
Shore Lodge; Jack M Fink, Miami
Beach Lodge, and Jack Rosenberg,
Albert Einstein Lodge, also re
ceived "Chain Maker'- member
' ship awards
B'nai H'rith Women, District 5.
i joined with the District 5 Grand
'Lodge No 5 at the convention.
Mrs Halph Abrfmaon, chapter
president of the North Dade ("hap
ter No 8(tt advised that the group
was honored at the sessions
The Chapter received the first
award m the historj of the Fifth
Dolphins Give Incentive To
Youth Opportunity Employees
Hal Osborne. community rela-
tion! coordinator of the Youth Op-
portunity Center of the Florida
State Employment Service has an-
nounced that to the first KM) em
ployers hiring vacationing students
this summer, the Miami Dolphins
will Jive tickets for their ime
with the San Diego Chart i
be played in the li ange B >w I on
An : 12
Intel esti d per-..... an i -K i to
contact Florida State Emplovmenl
al 377 -411 extension 347
Soviets Replace
Fighter Losses
h, A.SHINGTUN tJTAt Ofll
eta! sources disclosed an American
ajfai'.:.-.iion that approximately one
\ptian losses ol jet lighter
ktii s in th- war had al
^ frantic
, i-t re supply operation. While
iginally American official- con-
Hi n ipply operation to
of a token nature, they have
concluded that aims .it.- .ir
i such massive quantities it
J -.- beyond that point
htcrs are being flown to
p\pt lUsatsembled, In t'-'i" So
> planas frying b) wa> ol
I t\ ia The Soviet Union is
BO -it,.ling in artillery, tank- ai d
pnored paraonnol carriers
ISen Daniel B'rcwster, Mai
:in .rat. member of the S<
rated Services Committee flew
i last weekend t<> smble
lets on the relative military
licn-'.h Of Middle Faslern coun-
wies and the shipment of amis into
Hi, ;t i m i't ioi to hi- depailure,
<- said ha would diacuaa Israel -
Jims requirements to guard
i i ti-; further Arab aggression in
h'W of the accelerated Soviel anus
iw He will report to the Senate
mmittee on his return
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LONDON (.ITAi Travelers
returning from the Soviet Union
sa> Russian Jew- fear for their
safety because ol an atmosphere of
anti Israel hysteria fostered D) the
official propaganda organs of the
Bovernnlent, the Guardiart,
Ing British daily newspaper, re-
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The M.aim 1-rat-l Obi: Rcgel
Tour will depart from Kennedy
Airport on Sunday evening. July
28, ab ..Ml M HI Al Uriel Airlines
Boeing 701 iBteecootineiHel jet
Prior to bis departure for Israel
Kah in revealed that the Economic
Minister of Israel will tender a
'Bond Voyage" reception in honor
of the members of the group at
Kennedy Airport before their de
parture
Kahan indicated that the sched
ule will afford the Miami group a
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f.ige 10-A
+Jcnist'tkridlfor
Friday, July 14.
LETTERS TO THE EDITOR
The Vatican and Its Israel Attitude
EDITOR. The Jewish FlorMian:
The last few years' efforts of
e Vatican 10 cover up its atti-
t;de towards the Jewish people
. id the State 01 Israel has been
iivealcd in the limelight of the
a iddle Bast crisis of the past two
1 onths All the eager and earnest
I. bors 0! religious leaders to ere
. 1 an ecumenical spirit collapsed
asicalh in view of the Stands
t. ken b) the Vatican on these
x tally important issue- ;ii stake.
irins Ui crisis
It is indeed ;i pit> to realize that
I c ideals initiated b> the late
1 jpe John lor good "ill toward all
, -aplc has suffered this fiasco. The
iwerful Curia headed by Pope
i .ml VI prevailed in Its desire to
ppress the ecumenical move-
1 cut which intended to improve
: id to better understanding among
iiions it -ecu- thai the Vatican
- ill (lui not forget, nor did it learn
: 0 much from historj
The sudden interest ami activity
c the Church diplomats in the fu-
t.re of Jerusalem and ii> holy
- irines t prompted only after
' e victorious Israeli armed 1
possessed the old city For the
1st limit.-. during the
State ol n's occupation of
iese holy places from which they
; red the Jews, the Vatican of
fi red ; protes id it ex
ess si in the I Jeru-
1 n the d -e-
( at ion and destruction ol holy
- riii the Jordai
It 1- also remarkable to note
at during thi w months.
1 tore the Israeli crisis reached
. climax, the Vatican remained
. ooi and silent toward the fat< ol
Jews here They welt- doomed
1 destruction bj their avowed en-
i nics who openly declared their
tentions to annihilate them
This behavior on the part of the
\ .mean v as similar to then
1. nee during the reign ol Pope
i us Mi when the Nazis set up
1 ir death factories all o\ er E
pe, to exterminate all the Jews
\ ithin thiir reach All the interven-
1 ms thei in behall ol the Euro-
. 'an Jewrj were not able to move
>|*' Pius XII to intercede or to
I ibUcly protest the Nazis "final
solution ol the Jewish question."
c stood silent in the face ol this
trrible catastrophe.
The onslaught with which the Is
1 ell Jew 1 re faced by the 1
ned ton i ol all the Arab coun
ies raised no protest from Pope
I One time close aide ol
ope Pius xil at the time oi the
v azi holocaust Pope Paul- sen!:
ents toward the Stall Israel
ere airi.ii> known from the time
at he made his pilgrimage to the
I oly Land
That the Vatican 1- row so ..,
>dy involved in a campaign to
ternationalize J< rusalem and is
hemently protesting the Israeli
. tvernment's righl to hold the
1 tj 1- ob\ ious pi 0 : ol i'- preju-
ce against the Jewish State of
I raid it seems that had the Arabs
on this war. the Vatican would
it voice these strong protests
erhaps thej would offer a prayet
1 r the Jews exterminated bj thp
'rabs. as pope Pius XII did, when
the European Jewry went up in
noke
The Vatican is perfectly willing
compromise with Communist
countries and is trying hard to
work out concordants whereby the
Church could function in these
countries. Regardless of Israels
eagerness to work out satisfactory
arrangements in connection with
the Holj Shrines, the Vatican II
still unable to reconcile its think
ing to accept the Israeli offer in
the same manner as they would
entertain any other nation's go.
ture for cooperation.
The Catholic Church is s',n ..nc
of the most powerful political fac-
tors 111 the world. Its influence in
certain countries is overwhelming
To challenge this power to cha
its official attitude would be futile
After all, any change must ema-
nate from the inside element- ol
the Church by its realization of
past blunders and injustices There
is. however, a still mere -.
tial force within the told 01 the
Church to which human morality
and .notice has greater appeal
than the biased attitudes expressed
in some of the offices of the Vat.
can. These enlightened forces
which are prevalent in tins greal
religious institution should come
forth and prevail against those
who are trying to return the world
to the dark era of the middle ag< -
with all its ramifications.
MAURICE COLORING
Miami Beach
EDITOR, The Jewish Meridian:
1 was greatl) honored to receive
the Jewish Floridian English and
Journalism Award, which was pre
sented to me at the Hebri \
emy Award- Assembl) bj Rabbi
Sender Gross
In continuing my studies. 1 plan
to emphasize English and I hope
to prove a deserving recipient >l
the award
n thank you for this honor
SARYL SCHREIBER
Miami Beach
EDITOR, The Jewish Floridian:
I was shocked bj the columns
which appeared in this week's
Floridian, written bj a Mr Spero
and whom you identify m your
Editor Note as d free-lance a
er Is there realh -ueh a person in
existence? He seems completer)
unbelievable yet one wonders how.
even as a figment ol imagination.
could .me like him he developed
1 was taught in early childhood
iear departed parents that
must always have self-respecl
nevei to allow an) situation or
circumstance ol sell hatred t.
ler mj life Fundamental to all
understanding 01 one's sell is faith
in Cod and his wisdom I was
red in a Reform Jewish house
hold I never studied or learned to
Hebrew, although now I wish
I had Our hou-e was not tradi
tionallj kept that is in m,
Spero'- word- dairy and meat
dishes wen ix< 1 My familj all
through my childhood lived in a
predominantly Christian neighbor
because of m> lather busi
"in neighbors and school-
mates respected us as people and
as Jew-, and understood why we
didn't celebrate the same holiday!
a- they I cannot remember a
le time when we lit the Chanu-
kah lights that some Christian chil-
dren were not present, nor am
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leged and honored to Im- hern into
the religion of these greal people
My son. and now hi- sons, are
being reared in a like manner
with deep faith in Cod. with re
spect for themselves and their fel
low human beings So it 1- com
pletely beyond me that anyone
could have gone through life until
he had reached the age of no. had
the lortur.i ave been born a
Jew ill America, had listened even
ever so slighth. to his Sundaj
School teacher-, had achieved a
better than a\ or.i_c education, and
hadn"t ever thrilled to vjie stories
0: Judah Maccabees ..ml others. 01
.!; tome way, some tune, hadn't
identified with Jews throughout
history So he was ashamed of
loud-chanting push) Jews I wasn't
like them You bet he wasn't be-
cause hi hasn t the heart nor the
soul to understand them and the
beaut) of the tradition they were
and hopefully, handing
down to future generations
I think perhaps the clue to Mr
Spero 1- m in- statement 1 ,.>
delirious u 1 1 pro
< 4P" My son fought
for 59 months in tin- south Pacific,
and though he came back, for
which we everj nk Cod. it
is undei -'. thai I hat. all
war Mr Spero says that I:
wife, with their children in aims,
inarched in a Madison Avenue
Peace Paradi Main thousands ol
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things for ourseh/es. our country. J^at^ie Metropolitan Scoter
our families, for those Ies- fortun ". 1-H>~ N\\ 7th St from <-
ate than we, and for our fellow "'d to Jewish Conval.
JeWS whenever .in.i however we HIHe Friday, Jul> 14th. 810 I
could While .1 MJoshe I>ayan. an li* Av<' >rm 10 to 1 and 2 to 4
Abba Khan and counUeea other '"> l~ through Jul> 21 at the t
men and women do he tmalh sits da State office Building from R
on the Sidelines, writes an article ind 12 to 3 at 1330 N\V I2t) \.,
b) way oi cheerlnf them on to do -
the work which he now thmk-
mav reflect some dlgnit) or glOT) possible for him to be bon
njm ihe United State* and not in \ .
rope, he is indeed too far lost
What .1 totall) misguided person [ afraid the dollar he drot
Mr Spero 1- Not anything 01 anj into the Nrael flau on Fifth Av<
can give him what In- his cannot nou lave him
failed t" achieve for hims-l( in his | ot f|,s( o: us who are dr-e
lifetime loee and gratitude for share the ^icat my with Di .
respect fo his parenU and l: : ""' ".-untiess tho
1 ,- _. ,. .. f '' and heroes of hn.l
himself, and the digntt> which ac
edging hi n loi could have
.'i\ en him 1 He plat insj
on the door oi his home 0

nd our greatest hour
Mr*. Arthur Winanck
Miami Baach
of the other superficial thing's he
mentions e.-rtamh will not help
him II hi was ..s he admits, un-
touched b) the horror Ol what
happened lo .' .. .,:. \ othi 1 dur
hil: the Hitlei yeai and did 1
ing about it. nor does he realize
how grateful he should he to his
parents or grandparents who mack
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ions
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THE RABBI SPEAKS FROM HIS PULPIT
crviccs
AGtDATH ACHIM. T*e Virtmiq j
Hotel. 6423 Co ns Ave Orthodcx.
Fit '" *
Oi-lhoee/i. Rabt-i Isaac Eve-
AHAVAT* ^HALOV COSGBECA*
TION "85 SW 67th Ave Ortholox.
Cantor Morns Birr.
A\E EVES. 2S33 SW ltn Ave
C:n president. Cantor So' Pakosvitz.
----
E"rM DAVID 262b SW 3rd Ave. Con
if'v'!:vf Rabbi So' Landau. Cantor
Itn W. L'oson.
., .
-..'!. 1 m.
----
BETH EL. 500 SW 17th Avt. Ortho-
dox Rabbi Solomon Schiff.
Frlila; ~ i" |i.m Sat rdaj I ">
R kn Ale ol
. p m .Mm. ha
at ;
SETM ISRAEL 7T. 40th St. Ortho-
dox RaBbi Berel Wein.
h.i-
-
BETH JACOB. 301 Washington Ave
Orthodox Rahbi Shmaryahu T
Swirsky Cantor Maurice Mamehee.

Satui >.S0 a.m \ 0
- p. Ml

M THt KABBI srtAFO rnum ma rui.ru
HOLLYWOOD TEMPLE S NAI. 1?"1 M.
CAKOlEt?r,HTING TIME
v
This r-gr is "refuted in co-
Operttrion with the Greater Mi-
ami Ruhbmu.il Association.
Coordinator of feature! ap-
pearing here ti
DR MAX UPSCHIT2
ipintual leader 0/ Brth Toraii
Congrfgation 0/ \orth .Miami
Beach.
rTH KODESH I1C1 SW li'h Ave.
vji Traditional r.vbi mix
-napir" i~s,-tor n'artlll' Rn.A-i
Rabbi
rda> r-
!.. gin .1: RH .1 111 Al 7 p 111
n be Law

ETM MOSHE CONGREGATION
'3610 W Dixie Hvv* Conservative
Rabbi David Rosenfeld. Cantor Sey-
mour Hinkes.
----
3ETH SOLOMON 50 NW 51st PI.
Conserative. Rabbi Aharon Feier.
fTH TFILAH US'. Fuclid Ave Or-
thodox. Rabbi Joseph E Rackovsky
----
'ETH TORAH 164th St and NE 11th
Ave Conservative Rabbi Max Lip
xrh'tz. Cantor Jacob Renrer
: p rn
and Mini ha al
p Ml
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VNA RAPHAEL -40i NW 183rd St
Conservative. Rabbi Harold Richter
Cantor Jack barrier

:UBAN HEBREW CONGREGATION
OF MIAMI 1S48 Wash nnton Ave
Orthodox. Rabbi Dov Rozencweig.
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-T LAUDERDALE EMANU-EL. 1801
S. Andrews Ave. Reform Rabb>
Richard M. Leviton. Cantc Jerome
Klement.
.
FT. LAUDERDALE TEMPLE BETH
ISRAEL. 547 E. Oakland Park Blvd.
Rabbi Philip Chaiton. Cantor Theo-
dore Mindich.
HOLLYWOOD TEMPLE 5 NAI. 1^1
Johnson St. Conservative P ''
David- 6 Henoram ,.
-
SRAkfUTC iTNTf P UTS SW 25th
bt. Conservative. Rat'Ci Avrom L
D'azin. Cantor W lliam B Nmien

JACOB C. COHEN COM MUM T >
S> M a.,0Gl 1 1832 v\ ishington A.
Ortholox Rabr T for H. Stern
Cantor Meyer Engel.

tNESETH ISRAEL I41S Euclid Ave
Orthodox Rarbi Oavid Lehrfield
Cantor Ab'aham Seit.
-- -
VliWONAIRES SYNAGOGUE. 3737
B'ra Rd. Modern traditional. Max
W Temchin, piesident. Cantor Louis
Cohen.
--------
OHEV SHALOM. 911 Normandy Or.
Orthodox. Rabbi Phmeaa Weber-
man.
----
SEPHARDIC JEWSh CENTER. 845
Collins Ave. Rev Cantor Saoi Nan
mias
r\ r LH E
'9th Ave.
E. Caplan.
B ACOOL E 18'51 Nl
Orthodox. Rabbi Jonar
rEMPLE ADATH YESHURUN Con
servative. 1025 NE iP3rd St., Miami
Gardens Rd. Rabbi Mnton Schlmsky.
Cantor Maur.ct Neu.
----
TEMPLE BETH AM 5950 N. Kendal
Or.. So. Miami. Heform. Rjdii
HerBert Baumgjrd. Canter Micnm
Kyrr.
TEMPLE BETH EL OF
WOOD. 1351 S 14th Ave
Rabbi Samuel Jaffe
evening bi rvlri
!.. lav ... .-I I In
. M v ., I \ .
Services In '.'> I. \ :.- 1. i*ha
HOLLY
Reform
HALLANDALE JEWISH CENTER.
126 E. Hallandaie Beach Blvd. Max
J. Weits officiates.
HcBREW AC-DEMY 24u0 Pinetree
Or Orthodox. Raebi Alexander B
Cross.
A TASTE OF HEBREW
resented" by THE TARBUTH FOUNDATION FOR 7K! ADVANCiMCNT OF
HEBREW CULTURE and the AMERICAN JEWISH PUSS ASSOCIATION
Editor: Dr. Salome Kodesh
Is the ptace nc\t lo you -it your
ndkl free''
No, the place nexi to mc is taken.
In the place next lo you lal
Yes, I told you that
But nobody sits m this place!
Yes, no mat ;
In this place (tin an.
M> mil : lo me.
Patdoo mci. 1 underNtanJ.
\S'h..t lo
You must wait for another car.
I vunnol wait for anolh.i .a:.
Why can"t you wail'
Because I am in a hurry to ::a*-:l
lo lerusalem.
.:j iv \ erj sick.
He ii lid up I in .1 hospital,
lorr; to hear this,

Vou ire not disturbini us.
I he illnesv of the v!,.ld disturbs us.
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z-'-zr ,s:
-- ^>... aBfji % <> > ^ ta
" e"^"Z Sis.*"* sST > H ,"
. b7h rs ft e yi
.< r.r. ii rK
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ibT>sv (It m 1* 1
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...-*:t r-'J'-fi "" tW' rrtrJDPI
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child
lies (laid up)
hospital
disturbs
to you (pi.)
illness
Ol K i>l< IIONsm I OK TODAl
- m
ftee
taken
mi (m 6. I.)
I unJiisiaaU
t<< v-att
car
because
I am in
a hurry
cscr
n^atrt
rrfOQ
TEMPLE BETH RAPHAEL 1545
Jefferson Ave Conservative. Rabbi
David Raab. Cantor Saul H. Breeh
1 SO ;< ;n Satuetlaj :;'' a.m
n- lliali I'rufiia and l^- P -
i t- ui Kal bl 1: tab a in 1. ..,1 In
1 dlacunaKin on "Hay-Maa .f -iu t.
r- -.11. i-nl iitr arrvlee JO |. m. (
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TEMPLE BETH SHOLEM of Holly
wood 1725 Monroe St. Conservative
Rabbi Morton Malavsky. Cantor Er-
nest Steiner.
TEMPLE BETH SHOLOV. 4144 Chas.
Ave. Liberal. Rabbi Leon Kromsn
Cantor David Cenviser
Kri.l..'. rvenlna 8 1 1'iv.m If lint.
Itilil-l I i.ml. .
The Wlxdurn of .!> Tain
II of a VI pan
. .,
>v im R
----.
TEMPLfc BETH TOV. 643t SW Btn
St. Conservative. Raboi Simon At-ii
- e
TEMPLE B'NAI SHOLOM 1680C N .s
22nd Ave. Conservative. Cantor
Abraham Reiseni.n
e
TEMPLE EMANU-EL. '701 Washing
ton Ave. Co'-srrvat Ral'hi Ii .
Lehrman Cantor Tvi Arller


la|l>
TEMPLE ISRAEL OP GHFATTP Ml
AMI. 137 NE 19th St. Refo'm. Rabbi
Joseph R. Narot.
TEMPLE ISRAEL OF .VtlRAMAR
3500 SW 69th W.iy. Conservative
Rabbi Irwm Cutler.
TEMPLE JUDEA 5500 Gr,rada Blvd
Reform. Rabbi Morns K.pper.
TEMPLE MENORAH. 620 75th St
Conservatiye. RaDbi Maver Abram-
owitr. Cantor Nico Feldman.
TEMPLE NER TAMID SOth St. and
T.Ttum W.lterway. Modern Trjdi
tional. Rabbi Eugene Labovitj C n
tor Edward Klem.
e -
TEMPLE OR OLOM. Conservative
8755 SW 16th St. Miami Rabb'
Ralph G I 1 x m a n Cantor Herman
Marchbein
TEMPLE SINAI OF NORTH MIAMI
Temporary olfi'e. 18*01 NE 22nd
Ave Reform RaDbi Ralph Kingsley.
ath -. 1 I, -. nrtui .1 b>
Ftabbl Kalpri |- i< .,
\s aahlnan I
Streei \ ,.., \.
1 ai h in Hi r a ... 1
n pi nttnua with ihi lafnrmal dls-
tbi section .' ihi Talmud
aylnca ( the rath.
at I] m
urn .11 im h tli .
fur the
si ii :



rCabmnical Jelevhion jrrvgrams
July 16. 1967 .,, 10. n am Thr Jilfa Workshop
Hour Dr Max A. LipschiU, Rabbi H,-th Torah
' .itlOll
July 13. 1967 Ch 2. 9 :) to 10:90 pm Man to Man
irrow 'll Moderator
Rev Luther C Pierce Participanta Rabbi Morns
K';r' P*e Judea; Di .1 1 alvin R 1 m,.,,,,,
Sho1 ian Church; Fr Arthur Del
tholic Newman Clubs.
TEMPLE TIFERETM JACOB 1 E
4th Ave.. Hlalaah. Conservative
Rabbi Maurice Klein.
Jewish History
ffobbi tobo.lti
By RABBI EUGENE LABOVITZ
Temple Ner Tamid
The vi nts ol thi
: era
n has in !" ri iii' t< '"ni livi
thro vo monumental epi-
sodes in '<
ish history The
first was an un-
p r e c e il < n t
nl cataclysm of
destruction; the
m'io ti (I was
the unparallel-
ed miracle >f
rebuilding and
1 e birth, it
seems ours ha*
been tin- en
eration sn
out b) destiny
to witness firsl
with unspeak
able horroi and
then with inexpressible j<>>. death
and birth in the household <>f
Israel
In spite of the similarities be
tween the--*' two epoch makmi:
events in their ; leal im
patt upon the mind of the Jew
there is actuall) a world of dif
ference between them The firs!
vital difference between the ef
feet of the death of the six million
and the amazing triumph of Israel
is. thi> while the first emphasised
the penalty of be inn Jewish, the
second emphasized the pride of
being Jewish If we don't hang
together, we'll hang separately,"
were the catchwords of the time
Nazism served tn awaken not no
much Jewish consciousoesi .1^
Jewish self-consciousni is
Far different bai been the
mood imbued b> the rebirth of
Israel and the astonishini victo-
ries of the past month Israel has
taken the krechtz" out of I.
ish living It has made Ji -
ii n feel, at did >ur fath-
rthei reas ins thai
a Je is proud privilege
|si ne sum. 1
us Nomt'thing so -
it it co ild easilj be otti 1
II has reversed the 200ii
of tin' Jew on the
of histor) For the past tw
thi Jew moved win
Mrai told '. to. he remained
he was prevented from goin
ercion, oppression, exile, n
ilnm these were the rotes
ed to him Behold the Jen
great and glorious "nebechi.
the world's stage.
Tin- Jew today says .
u irld No mure shall m>
tiny be -h.u>eti by the u:
hand- ol others No longer ,.i
I in to Ihe mocking
played b> alien ittstrum-ir.
I enough <>f playin.
anvil for your bammtf bl<
This is the central meanin.
II has finally
i,i- its knees and is -landing <
Finally, the uctory of I- .
meant the rebirth of our l -
in the belief m miracles
Who would have dareo to
lieve possible only fifty years
what we have been with our
Thai the people of K
could be victorious at the pre.
moment when the hand of des]
la) most heavilv upon itthi-
an achievement to convert I
most skeptical of men into pi
sionate believers in the invir. .
bility of the human spirit win
wedded to an imperishable id<.
A philm-opher who was 01 t
i hallenged to point to a mirai -
i- said 'o have answered simp
1 In .lew- it was their survi
to which he was referring 1
we think of .1 more appropn.
plum of what has happen-
in our time"
Maj tiu of these rru.
event- make us stand erect w -
respect, for by
we Nhall redeem ourselv
Ba
SYNOPSIS OF THE TORAH PORTION BALAK
the tcri f is :, .
aai .
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How
Nuni M.2-5
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1
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Balaam
a I ton and make ap
Ihe I rer the Aim
with the
of 1
sver and .1
id to the
efw" "f !l" '- ihe W1U,. ol
00,1 'U'" on the ho.
'"'' U)'- n*J '-' --' GO w.th the m.i.
bin only the word thai l shall ,, ., -ha! ,h(U1 ,,,,;.
* 'Nun; 22 35 r n route to B
u '..... he had :
1" :' Balaaml eursii
" illtes his
H rev. I4 thn-
Moabil* and Mid. ,h(. Nrjl,.I,,i.,
Wlin a Midianitr woman
.r.ctIeli^^ttU^,l^, ,h# W~"y "Or,,on *i -w *
YarTt m v 1^ V!Um* U ""*>* ? William 5.. Nane
Question Box:
By RABBI SAMUEl FOX
TFMPLE ZAMORA 44 Zamora
Conservative. Rabbi Maxwell
eer Cantor Ben Dickson.
Ave
Ser
TBMPLE ZION 8000 Miller Rd. Con
servative. Rabbi Alfred Waxman
TIFERETM ISRAEL
Ave Conservative.
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Q Why does the worshipper
straighten up ai soon as he bows
down during the specified time, in
the prayers'
A The Talmud (Bavli, Sera-
chorh 12a) depicts this prac-
tice as "bowing down at the
word Baruch ("Blessed") and
straightening up at the name
* the Almighty which imme-
diately follows this word "The
reason given for this is that it
becomes a portrayal of the
words of the Psalmist who
said "The Lord raises up them
that are bowed down" (Psalms
M*:8). This vividly portray,
the feeling in Judaism that
while man is initially asked to
feel within himself a anttftmertt
of inadequacy, he is neverthe-
less not to consider this senti
ment as a permanent feature
of his emotional condition
Humility is to be consider*.
nly as rt overture to man
??ling of achievement and ac-
complishment in life. Man is
asked to become a miniature
Creator on his own, but ever
to keep in mind that he is al
lowed to do so by the grace o*
the heavenly Creator before
whom he is considered *
naught but in whoso eyes he
can always find .grace.


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Greater Miami Lasavin Authors
New Yiddish Book
in
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published in Israel.
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Friday July 14. 196"
Today's Thought: By DR. SAMUEl SILVER
kosygin Sidesteps Real Question About Jews
MR. KOSY
gin was
hard lo take
First i'
was his per
formance t
the l'N. with
the Big I-ie
technique i n
high gear No mattei how much
evidence was offered to prove
that it was not Israel who was
responsible tor the war, Kos)
gin maliciously referred to II
rael aggression.'
(), Nasser's offensive actions
and the intiactibility of the
\:a!i leaders he had nothing 10
saj
you would think that a na-
tion like Russia, which claims
to be on the side of the common
man. would feel repugnance
-t the slave-holders, mon-
-- and brutes who head up
the Arab nations But no. Kosy-
4in likes them
Then there was the Kosygin
press conference Alter meet
ing with President Johnson, the
Russian minister was expected
to take a milder course
But. as though nothing had
happened, he reiterated his
mendacious and malevolent
-eript at the news conference
vd the questions asked at
that long session were quite
asinine, too Perhaps other
queries were submitted, hut the
ones heard were not vcrv help
1 til
Asked about Russian antisemi
tism, Kosygin said that some tl
hi- best deputies are Jews
Yea hut if these Russian's
Jews became interested in
Judaism, what would happen
to them"
But that sidesteps the real
question To advene* m Raj
a person born Jewish must r.
nounce adherence to his faith
In Russia, there is anti -semitism
against those who avow then
faith Kosygin knows that, even
as the slimy Saudi Arabian at
the IN knows that many Arab
nations have jH-r^rcuted Jew-
even though lhe> are fellow
Semites
Yes, Kosygin is hard to take
Off the Record:
By NATHAN ZIPRIN
Young Man in a HurryRises to the Top
a T THE 1958 ZOA COI 01 e ol '
in America pointi talk to I
Kaplat s later to read a n ost
[ficanl paper on Zionism before the convention
I had met Jacques Torczyner on a numbei of occa
- al ZOA functions and now m the corridors ol
the convention hall there wen' rumors he was a
strong candidate lor 'he top post in the orgai
y I was ni't lo coi tl ts thai
the lei at Zionisl called mj the youi -
man Di Kaplan "Jacques Torczynei
hurrv II hi escapes thi p tfalls
come in- way, he will some daj rise to
the top
l recalled this incident when i called on Mi
Torczyner for an interview on the eve of the forth
coining ZOA convention in Jerusalem and when 1
Overseas Newsletter: By ELIAHU SALPETER
King Hussein kept His Word!
K
Jerusalem
'ING HUSSEIN KEPT his word, after
all. though not exactly the way he
hoped he would.
Before In- guns opened fire on the
residential sections ol Israel Jerusalem
and alonu the entire Israel border on
June 5th. he promised his soldiers We
will be in Jerusalem and in Tel Aviv in
two week-. Well, it took over three
weeks and they did not come as victors, but on June 30th
Kins Hussein's former subjects were indeed all over Is
i el and. particularly, all over Jerusalem
on June 3d. the regulations unifying the former Jordan-
held Jerusalem's municipality with the Israel part of the
. tj went into elfeet Jerusalem, for nineteen years
divided, became- one again The barrier tell and the human
tide began I lowing in both directions. Tens oi thousands
Israelis drove or walked to the Old City, winch in man)
places st.,rt- ten yards oi less from what was former!)
the border and marked b) tall concrete walls to protect
Israelis from snipers in man) places people had yet to
pick thei waj I) through the rubble of the fight
or '). former protective walls nov being demolished
And the Arab- from the "other side came to the
wish part of the city Firsl onl) small groups ot young-
i men ventured across But within a few hour- they were
pouring oul from the Old Cit) and it- suburbs b) the
thousand- Old men wearing then traditional long white
frocks, women in black dresses, some veiled carrying in
t.-ints and drag} ing numerous older children b) their hand.
I .-erybody was dressed, so il items in their Sabbath best
and the whole cit) sudden!) had an atmosphere oi huge
fair. Israeli- wei I i shopping spree in the narrow crook-
ed alleys oi the bazaars of I Did I it; buying souvenirs
and bananas from the Jordan Valley, Arab embroider)
umbrellas made In Hong Kong Arabs flooded the
\ -he pa of the Jewish City, admiring the fashionable
displays and the wide choice of merchandise but buy-
ing relatively little becan-e prices were considerabl)
higher then used to be in Jordan-held Jerusalem.
Hiohlrafiis In Sports
Mingling with the crowds in Suq el Bazar or in wider
but equally tight!) packed Zion Square, watching then
smiling face- and festive mood, it was hard to believe that
these were people who only three Weks ago locked ir
mortal combat, the Arabs avowedly aiming at physcial
destruction, the Jews literally fighting for their verv life
And one could not help but believe in the existence of
some kind oi higher justice demonstrated by the fact that
it was the Israelis who won because their victory meant
life for all. while Arab victory would have meant death for
most if not literally all the Jews of Israel
Driving across what was former!) the border one al
most wondered how did the people on both sidi
to such an aitificial division" While there i- "! roam I
striking difference between the old City pi opei behind the
centuries old walls, and the re.-t ot Jerusalem the dif
ference between the former two part- ol the t"ity in other
sections i- almost unnoticable True, the "Israeli'
is much more developed BS a whole There are thousi
upon thousands ol new buildings, housii
government structures etc whereas on the 'Arab side
multi-storied modern buildings still stand out as landmarks
So much has happened in human live- in those nine
'ecu years ol division; but nineteen years is like a minute
in the life of Jerusalem 1 he Eternal and
thi- before one's eyes Nineteen years ol separation did
ver) little to change the looks and the atmosphere of the
street- and in man) places a foreigner would be hard put
to -a> whether he is in the Jewish or in the "Arab'
part of the cit)
Both Jew- and Arab- gawkli cunousl) at what some
have not si for two decades and man) nevei beiore, in
tuitivelv -en-ed the greatness of the moment The Arab-
did not behave like a defeated people but like visitors
childhood memories And the Jews did not walk like
victors but like people returning to what is normal and
natural and was onl) distrui>ed temporaril) b) some ii
rational human behavior
Jerusalem was reunited and ever) face in the crowd
Jewish and Arab alike -hovved that th:- i- the w |
should be. no matter what the politicsns SB)
JESSIE SILVER
Equals Her Own World Record
Irena Kirs/t n-tein equaled hei own world record
in the 200 meter dash at a dual meet between Poland
and -he Soviet Union Mis- Kirszenstein, from w,,
saw. ran the distance in 22 7 as she did in 1965 The
Jewish girl also share- the 10U meter world's record,
and is a member of the 400 mete, relay team that
set a world mark at the Tokyo Olympics
Milt Sonsky, of the Bruce Track Club, placed
fifth in the javelin throw at the 79th National AAl
track and field championships in Bakersfield. C alii
Sonsky s 241 6" toss gamed him the chance to partici
pate in the Pan-American Games trials
Earlier, the 25-year old graduate of Brooklvn
College had captured his specialty at the New York
AC. Games, the Penn AC and the Met AAU. Sonskv
set meet records at both the NY AC Games and the
Met AAl A science laboratory assistant at j New
York high school. Sonsky didn't take up the javi
until ins senior year in college Hi- best d this
season i- 245*7", but he feels he hi
to improve
Dick Trickier ol North Carolina State won the
100 and 220 yard events at the Met AAl I : nter
a sophomore at State who captured both events at
he Atlantic ("oast Conference champion-hip- won the
Met AAU ioo in 9 seconds and the 220 in 21 4 to
equal the meet record
At the NCAA Tnchter ran the lead-off for the
N.C State mile relay team He registered the best
time for a lead-off runner with a 47 0 clocking The
State foursome lowered the school record 3:00.8.
Trichter s best times this past season were 9 6 for the
220 and 47.9 for the 440
told him the '
ented to ecountinc
these pa i al
jaci two lu.i
terms as president of the Zioi si Organisation o(
Amei il was n secret hi would l- elected
t" a third term at the Jerusalem conclave An out
going mai i rczynei was reluctant to react to a
: U rence I made to the coincidence thai he eras des
tined to be the -' ZOA president lo Im- elected in
the reunited Jerusalem His onl) remark was that
"what i- sundered mi;-" be reunited whether it i-
Jerusalerh oi thi- splintered Jewish community in
America" He did not elaborate However, when I
called his attention to i recenl statement by a Labor
Zionist calling tor a single Zionisl organization in
America he replied the ZOA can boat serve as
that umbrella Torczyner is aware that Jewish, lite
is a bewildering mosaic Of contrast- and contradic-
tions, of hits, disunit) and fragmentation and that
synchronizing of Jewi-h communal life was far off
if, indeed, it i- ever attained But as a Zionist, he
said, lie was proud that "the one endeavor in which
American Jewry i- virtually united i- its massive
support of Nrae! not onlv in its current crisis but
evei since it- emeigence
As We Were Saying:
By ROBERT E. SEGAL
What Causes Riots?
in A previous report on 1997 nimnu i
riots we promised to go back over th-
i .iiim-s and oft-
.-.,.- ; such i lies i the hot sumnu-i
the I i : tial election
i
0 Bos churchman, comment.i
_ oi thi Roxburjr, i-
.. -i.i,en,< lit m which he *a octal causes of the
rhances must be asceii Phis was -aid sober
and m good faith in a north mhich appears roaioi
abl) certain to elect a- Ml ....r LoulOS Da)
Hicks, an articulate Schoo nee leader who
1 her r. ilitical ex| on a Uubborr
belief that Ihe old lasl >| concept must never
tampered with and on a further belief that evi
igh the learned Massed ll State Supreme Judw-...
i ourl has upheld the comn onwelth's racial Imbali
- b) unanimous vote, the B istoi St >-i I
must spend the taxpayers money to take Ihe mattei I
the Supreme Court ol the I r.ited States
w hat causes summer riots
Inferior, racially segregated publu irhoal education
unemployment, underemployme sea ol job Iran
discrimination in job upgradil un-.initai \ inadequate
slum packed housing; the widening monrv gap betw..
the earnings of the trapped gnettoted poor and the in
come of th.- well-educated, lucky, mobile, well paid, eare
free rich. Indignation ovei archaic and defective wei .,
systems; reluctanc..... some citj services to provide n
efficient reliable street cleaning, trash colled...'
and garbage disposal; lack ol recreational tac.litu-
penally In the hot crowded, modern ghettoa
The catalogue is endle- Bui the failure to gasp the
meaning these cans,- bold tot Negroes most .fiectei b>
them is even more significant Who reallv understand -
the frustrations of Negro let rowing up unUeteni
i anonymous, determined to communicate, wolenth i
-sjpn with those who neither care nor listen' \Vh
'bends the agony ill t|. hea.1- of those N. .
leader- who live Rhettoued lives and must spend then
precious off work hours fighting the battles of tho- MM
tned to zones of despair, criticized for suggesting the e
lective use of black power, humiliated in the odir-
c>cle of existence in the welfare jungle"
l>o we really wish to aboh-h slums and slum condi
rmTh.re who ^'o, ",r>nng ,o ,,u ,,s ,h<,> >** c'
t.uded that the only way to achieve that change is vw
anarchy We owe it to them and to ourselves to achieve it
by M*ndinK the money and utilizing the brains necessary
to puJJ rtot causes out by the roots in an orderly civiuz
e was/.


Friday, July 14, 1967
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LEGAL NOTICE
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR OADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
N. 7VS43 A
in RK K-i.,1. ..(
IIKNKY Ii WKIlNli'K
I <> -..--. .1
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
T" Ail ("rudltora and All P< raoi II.\
mt; I'la.niH or Ionian. 1-* Attainel S^i'l
tSMata
v.. i :.r.- hereby no'n,.,! and r.-
quired to prooeitl -*i.> lalnta -mil
ilenian.l- winih ion rntt) have .it;ain>t
, ih.. eutMta i4 IIKNKT II WKKNICK
.1.. ..-..I ,:. of l..oi. r*ounty, Itorlda,
t.. 'In- I'ountv JudK'> "' iNttlo t'ounty,
anal fll. ill. -..in. In d.ip.i ate an
pruvlddd in s.- mm Tiiilo. WorUI-
.~i..i,.:. .-. in their offloae Ip '.h. '..
OoortbotaM in lad ''i>unl>. Mor,.la,
,..1111.1 -.k all ndar rrwtiMhn from
ih. time of Ih. fi->I j.jMi.-align hereof,
..r lha -..ne aiM t~- ttrr>l
Ualed at Miami. Ki.*ua. tttt* .ilh
la, ,-l June, A lv i7
DRFtoRAll r vrr.nvic-K
\ I-. \. u'r.x
Ki--; pubUcaUoa of tins nolle* on
h da) .'I June. IS<;
AHItOTT \M> KKl'MKi S
Itlotnuy fi- K-eeutH-
l.'u I .in. oln Rou.i.
Miami lieu. h. Klorida
; ;-u-?i
&
LEGAL NOTICE
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR OAOE COUNTY,
FLORIDA, IN PROBATE
No. 7~>v*-A
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
In UK tSnlMU :
i.i:n l(. NiFaNSTKIN
Iteeoa-ed
ro v 11 Crwlltorn :m.| All (Vmona
lla\lnf Clalnta or Oemandn Asalnal
Said Ketate
l..u a InTehy n. Iifienl -nd i-i.,,nr
.I |o prvaral .m> rlalrmt and demanda
hi.h N.ii nuts tun uaalQat ih.
iat< f IJQii It'-il'NSTI'.LS deceased
.f I'tde OountY, H'lida, to Hi'
... -I I M.I.: I 'ounty, and
f||< the uiM in duplicate and pro-
ruled in Beclloo iSS.Ii, l-Tortda aHatu
li in their offlcea in th. L"ount>
. .'irili.. i- in Ih.rlr . Florida,
aJtlnrt fix nNlldfr iini.llii" from ih..
.. r-t the fni I'.iUi. i.iioii hereof,
or the Mtnu a-Ul he oiin.'.l
ituted in Mann, elortda. iru- ilh.
iui oi July, a i l.
MARIA ROOKN8TEIN
\.~ EtXecuu ix
Klr.i |.ut.:^tli'0 ot ih- nollea on
ihr 11 dav ..f July. I*<7.
\! X. \llCMKl.I.
vil-nwi for Kxe.uirix
:--. s W Third \venue
UlaniI, JTorlda XJ1M
; I4-SI-2* i
tV WI..I IMIKlVI
I INCKN i! INKRi INK h aril
Will ol I I: \ Sk MITl'lll I I.
. .*.1 llltlSTINA HAI I
Manien'ai '. Tl -' .:.->- -
.rf KHi\h MITl III I.I
I rilRINTINK MITl'NKLU
I \ ite.1 ,ii il i -'i, .
Will ..i VII \ S K MIT. UKI.I..
i- el. 4J..I all other hoara
It'-. .. ii. en.
*K#rw.....IllUIH VVT
Mmantii '. m'li or iiihIi r
VMx M"l lll.l.l. ,. Id I I.! IN I
f> Ml.: J. In mt. K eithe* ",
.ml all pa ties I
iniipj 11. nt. i i'i. .
ereet In the p .- .. .t. i u.. ,i
apaalM to I '!
I tl3M|i
.-rend.il.I -
UIIR1K1 ISA I 'M V and
CHRIKTINK Mi r. ill i.r.
8 Newari lull K.-a.i
> ii. LMaarkahin Bootland
X II ..tl.er h. ir I, il. i .-... sr.iii' .
itii.'. ,,. in ra redltora, -r m
i or other la nuiiii by, through
under KILINK MITlllKI.I.
IjJUld III in I MITfllKI.I.. hlx
l*>lff ", ,|i(,. r ..r Ih.'ii. an.l ill
iritej Iu.mi.i; ,t .-Liinuiiit i.. imi-
|any rmht. mi.. ,.r |atere li Ih.
nrtj d< i Ibed in ih. Com-
t'.mt :.. KVirerlu Uortiace,
, liealda in .- I'nMnown
rtHJ IRK IIKKKBY n'i .riKii- l thai
'mi4al.it t Kurn-loec Mertcak-e
inih.-rlm.'
I^>t 1 III., k IS, ,,f rOWNMITK
"K HUI.WH aoeordlnj to 'h.
I ...t thereof, recorded In Plal Hook
it I'.ii;.' R, .r the I" ihli. K......i.N
of I .;ui.- i ...in. i n. iher
mill the Inipruvemunta all
lli^r^.n and (hi furniture, furiii.h
"." .in.i titi,r. eontained there-
in,
< teen fil, .| .uraiii.t you, .. rid you
hot. i,> aajulrod to m n a
yoor (hewer -r pleadlnc to :he
tint on ih- ftalntlff'H attorney,
"MUT ll I it A i Ul<;. Mjj ,|iii'oiit
llajt, Miami norida. and file th.
' I Una in 'ii.
': "( ih.- Clerk .d the above m-i
or before Mi.- '.-: day of Auituat,
if >..o fall to do m, jiidsnieiit i.i
fault uill h,- t.ik. n ..iinltlst > >..| f ,r
lief demanded in th.- Complaint
l.si: \N-|, dkHBRKD th- :'J da)
J ii'ii-.
' '!. k ..( th.< \|..,i, St. i.d Court
ii\ m i'wii nu.>*
Liupulv Clerk
/3 IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
No. 74317- A-BUnton
In IlK Ketate Of
t'ALVIN r IKWTON
1 rUMd
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and v.i I'eraona ll..i
lug rialma or t'tmandn Igalnat Said
liatati
Von ..-. ... in.I i .-
. I to |.r. Nt-nl .1': ll .its'!
.1. m.in.1- in- h you m ......
>i. eetal.....M.XiN |" in >vr. .N
I., the i "onnt.i .1 oik. i.i I '.ol. Coui
and ': '' .iu. In it :. ..to ..:
;.i"\ i.i. .1 it. S.-.I .. Vli.r .1.1
4tatutoa, In (heir office.
' house in l laid* .unty IT
i. t in ii -ix ralendar nionihi. fni
..t ilu- : ;.':. it loll 1.. i i
i.i iSk I ..... i Ie> I.,i r. .1
I -.. i .t Miami I-.
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la Ad
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Ih. il h da / of J
11A It I {I > INI M R KIN
Alt. rn. ^dn
1 I r Hade rVder.il II
II
I-J!
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT.
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA
No 07 88 V
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IIKU.M \.N I IHBN
IViliitlit
i -
S.I Ml'in, K' IIIRI N. .. k ..
SHINNY Kl IN'.; and
M ll;Y nil \ KtlKRIN.
I >ef. You, K V.Mli'1. Kl illRIN, .. i ..
KIJiVKY Kl.iN'i. realdenoe unknown,
. r.. requlri d to
ne 'nmplalnl foi l I i hill
th. k ot Mi. ibovi Cii and
a riaj>) th. r. of upon Hernian c
i.i' i -1 i O ... I du M
i i Ida on or I., (..r.. lug 11*1 Till
or '.-. romplalnl n.il l . ..ii:. KHed ltai.il. .lull i li
i: II IF \ Till RM \N
Clerk of the Cli t irt
Tii ,M IRllChHtl n KKXT
uti i'Iirk
7.7-1 I
IN THE CIRCUIT CO. RT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA
No S7-MI7
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
in l:\l.\N ii .11KN
Plaintiff,
\.
> i.Ml'Kl. K< illRIN, k ,i
>U'N|-:y KIJNU, and
\i i RT RITA Ki timn.
I '(..iidnnt -
Mil s \.mi i:i. K.....IIN, .1 k ..
SfliNKV KI.I.N'.i. i. -,.!. n. linkll.
-ir- ruQulred '" ii'' your anew.
i he r. .litoi I.ill null th.- Clerk ol th.
above IViurl and aer\'e a cp> Ihi
upon IIKU.M IN '' HIKN is... 1
Rulldlng, M laim Plol nla. .'.
,.i i,. i..to :i-t rlaj of July ISSI or
I-.- the I;.11 will be laken .w^ onfi
I v ri :n. June ?:. ir,7
R R I.KITHI'UMAN
. I." I, ..( I irt
ii) c l. .H.l--\ xni.ki:
JO 7'7-M-?l
NOTICE OF PUBLICATION
IN TNE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT,
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIOA
Ne. 7.03*
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
NKUKII-A I'K I.A CAIUI'.II' ROIJ
I.. ii.tiff
IH.
JORI1K ORKnORlO 1*01.1,
I ..f.iidan:
T< JtitUlK Mltl.o U< I-1 'I.I
...il. K :..!.',:. \..t i i;
ItaJlturOe
Cu. rto ia..
YOU AUK IIBRBRV N. <-1 ikikI '
thai .i bill of Complaint 'or INvum
rik i arralnai > i and yMi
red ti ; an In a .-i ... I
, i, hi Cli k of this i' .ui '"I
. opt nn JACK l \ ..| s. i, I.I
lluildiiiK, Miami, Kl. r .la. in n '
....
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TII IS Vli rii 'K -lull he ; ihllshi .1
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Miami I'loi .1,,
mi
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
No 7W51
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
in res-: i-viat. -t
Kl iSI Kl IIH KM IN
l J-..I
' To MM -1:1.-t- .iii-l Ml I'" i
f'lala .i I ii.iii'l.- \r- Bi' Saul
^ o i .i. I....... notl led nd
. ,i ... .-. -. nt .in .1- n.iii'i
a in. Ii ion in., i have imlnst
... Ri .vi si;ii"i;man' .i. .....i i u.
... ',. I o mti
Judtte* i.i i '."l. mini i .' ioI file
luiillc.il : nl Idi .1 in
In
.'!.,. Mt.
iii I. ol.- .'.. mt\ I'I. i Ida, i Ithln
. .f (he
he name
ii ill bi I-..
|. ited Ml Miami, Kli I
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NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAVE LAW
Vtll K IS II Kit Kill lill N
ti i
I In b
. II < IIKITS INI. i >||i .\ 1
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the Clerk of the I

I: I., l 11 ; I: n i |
mn. r
7 11 Sl-fa a l
LEGAL NOTICE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
No 67-9477
i I'I l/.l V I l. > Wl N'i :s
(l.l.N ASStN'I.ITIii.N
rl
' i.ii ,| |.-
I IMi.-. M .. ..N 111
NOTICE OF SUIT
I" I I.IIKS II tIKNTKI INI.
lv I I 111.I-.IN ..I:N Mil
......
Moult Ml '..
i' .i ini i: i. 'ii iK vi il' IRI
IIKItKHY N> .rn in. thai ha*
been 1.1...lull' itKSinsI .."I 1.1 .'ITI- i
/.l.s> KKIIKUAI. SAVIN,- AND
l.. i N \>si h lATION "K in i i.i ill
i I mi. -1 ntati : i"-i..: I 'lain
Mortguxi
bed mi I he
t'omplaint filed In this .mi. w hi. h
MortjeaKe n. nun i tin following
Ibed |ui iperl Kltuati n I lade
County, Kl-ri.1.1. to-iiit
Lot :. in Iti... I, 3*7, "f ii i;ti.-s
I'.MiK, ... ordlng to the P al
thereof, recorded in I'I.it Ikiok *
at I-age .', of th. Publh Reeorda
of I ni.i. ... ,n' Klorida,
..ml for other relief, and you .ir. ra.
'i ::-.! t.. file \ n In-w. i to said Com-
pla nt with the Clerk ol the abovi
styled Court and to -.r>. .. ro|ij
ili.Tiiif on I'i., intiff i- atloi
Hl.N'lKl. SKI'l.llt. w liial.,,1, I wive,
llialeah, Hl'.rid... nol later than th.
-i da) of -lul>. I'..;, in default of which
Complain) ain < taken ,i- con-
by you.
(Ml.d thia '.! -lav of Inn., l.o.i
K. It LKATHBRM IN
clerk of (he Ciri ill Court
On mt
i 'ourt
.-eal
ll> M. COV II. IRIS
deputy f'l.Tk
IUMKI, SKI'lJ-'.U
itt. ney f,,r plaintiff
|IHI llialeah Drive
llial-ah. Florida
I'hon.. rt'xedo :
ltv I'.MI, TOl'NO
of Counsel
t SJ-30 7.7-M
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY.
No. S7-9294
NOTICE OF SUIT FOR DIVORCE
AHUIAN lUMI'.KUK" MAli Mil X'I A.
Itantlff
M
I.d l.l M UUANKIJ. I
DK MAI Mill \m \
I i. mlant.
ri i.e. IA ii ii'.i in'ku.i DK
ii 11 ..nil n; i
I'hlloe 1107, A|.'., A
.-vitlt.ako. <"hlle
Y"f ARK IIKRKIIV NOTIK1KD
That a Complaint i-r Divorce lias
b. n fib -i ..k and you an
required in ajorvo .'nfiy of yooje
\'. r or ['leading t,. ih.- t'omplaint
..n (h. l". inl if- Itiorn. .. JACK !.
KINli, K*.| 1^ Seyladd HulMing,
Miami. Kl.j-i.l... MU3 and 111. the
original Answer or llx-adlni; in th.-
..it.. .- ol Mi. Clark of Mo- "ir. ,i t court
on r hedTi th. 2:, day <( July, lit'i
If you fall io do bo, judgment will
be taken ..ka .- you for the relief
d> manded In l ru < I'Unn
tills NuTlCK ahall be p ihliahed
nil- each a -. k for four coo
ueeks in Till, ir.lll.-ll KMrltlDlAN.
UONH AM' ORDKRKD at Mia nl
I i.i. County, Klorida, tiii- .i>> of
June, lV'7
K It I.KITMKCMXN
I.rk Of Ifle i |
Itade County, rtortdi
III V 'IV I I. I HIS
lieput) Clerk
I I'K I. KINU
ni s. bold
Mi..nn Klorida
; !
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
No- 751-11A
In RK KMati
M I.I I I in .Kills KPKTKIN
I... .
NOTICE TO CREDITOR*
i \ : and V.....- ii
ll.ninir Clain,- .-t Inm., \
Si,Id I lat,
i I i f led
. i id
which you h.ii'i th.
eetat. I I M' 'RKIS l.l"- i > I N
i Count
...
and and -.-
pi oi i..,-.t in -., i..ii : : ... !''..i da
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i hi hen "i.
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II IRRIrTl IK iRRIS S.'IIM IKI '/
I M(. IN M K I V VKH
I- .
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.'1 .1.11 ot J
IUI IIAIti'A KANNKK
tttorm
i ..i N \i llth An
1-30 7 7-11
IN THE COUNTY JUOGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
No 48794 A
N RK i '.it.....
KII1T IK "TTNKR, i k a
KI'KT Hi 'IT i SBIt,
I . ., a
NOTICE OF INTFNTION TO MIKE
APPLICATION FOR DISTRIBUTION
ANDFINAL DISCHARGE
\. rn i: i that I hnvi
N>rt and Petition for
nd l-1n.ll I i--
I,ho Kl'RT
itinTNi-.it a k a Ki'itT inii:rrNi:i:
d,-. eased .. n.i 11...! on (he -''." n da> nl
,..."., 11
Count) Judges ol I'...! Coimti. Kl-.ri.l.i
i i'.. i II..... nid
lb lion and final dlwnnrK' *
nf thi -t.it- he
....... di nl
..f .Inn. V'7
II.KUKIi 1. Iliri.kV
I
I lltl IK N M...IstNKI.I.
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i i
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
n. itu i: i~ ii i:r.i:r.Y i ;ivi:n that
.
- |i |he p, "t i. i- iu oi
i "i.i \r- >H r .. ;\* N K fnd x i
i Miami Intenda to re-
1 alth the Clerk ol Ihi
... '.imti. Ci..i nl.i
. UA.N.'l.-... Ill KN.. ..n.-r
: '.l
ATTENTION
ATTORNEYS!
> Jet* isl IhtUdlkvtr
solicits your legal notices.
"We "appreciate your
patronage and guarantee
accurate service at legal
rates .
f#fl 373-4406
for messenger service
LEGAL NOTICE
IN LOUNTY JUUCE'S COURT
DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
No. 72292-B
RK I -II ri.'.l'
i'i.uia i;tiii;i, JORliA n
i.....I- .i
NOTICE OF INTEN- 'ON TO MAKE
APPLICATION FOR FINAL
DISCHARGE
NOTICE hereby irlxvu that I hat
filed no in I r.-iH-rt and netltion f<
l"*iiial I ".-* IiarK"- iu- Adn i...-'..' *.
(he entati bf C1.AUA KTIlKl. ."'R
[IAN, .' -.. 'i. and that on lh<
dm ol \ isukt. IM7, "ill -ill'.' f> il
Honorable KiiVNK it hOWMN<
f'ounty Judg< of I Mile County !'l"rul,
t.-r aivrovgl of said final report
for final discharge, as Admin -;.'*
of the estate of CLARA KTIIK
JORDAN, decea ad
Th. if luti. '.':
\ilnr nt'Ir
.;i;i'ii<:i: il JORDAN,
IIRNRY N'ldlTi.N
Attorne] for Administrator
I .'i 50 : 7
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIOA, IN PROBATE
No. 75772 C
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
IN RK I _~t.it. of
i.i:n i i ii 11 I'HKW -
i.. .
I .. \ 'I ri.li-,. :. 1 A.I Pel -.
ii. i lal .. or 1 leuandj Agulp
Sal.I i.'
You ire in r.-l.i notified and reojolrc
.. .in- and deiaajl*
\ .| io. ha ve h Inat th
. of i.iaa i M.ITTllKWH rt-
.. : ii.i. Count) Klorldi
.,, ii,. nt) ludgw ol l'. I. OouaVt;
and i lie .-..! n tluplieate s,n
Section 7S3.1S, Klorli*
.-. in ; h.ir '. n thi' Count
I'r.-rihn'iM in Teitle rmintv. I'^oi Idi.
a.Hun \ ..l.ndar month.- trom tl '
publication hen qff,
the -.mi.- ii: I be bal ri 'I
i'..-..| it Miami, Klorida, tlu^
:.....' i ne, il' i "7
m irx i'aiii:r,
I- Ki.. UI
Kit .>' ration of this nuflri i n
J.. nl .1 in. .
i in i -I i'i. T:s iK
MM;\ KARKR
AM for r.\>- utor
101! Alaale.i H lildlng
Miami klorida
Ki; i
. "7.7
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
I ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY C V AL. ACTION
No 6744
suit for divorce
SKTl I n N III KIIKK I
I'i..
-
IS.lltl'.l. IIKRKKR I
l..
1 i i IS IIIKI IIKRRintA
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lal I'egut
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i.i notlfh-d thiil n It'll "f i '..n.i.U i-
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: AND SMKIMRD. Bdk A
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Hi ll civil IHIS
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1401 Iin Hull
Mia
. 7 i i
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
| ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
Ne >-92?7
NOTICE OF SUIT
l\ I i : K ,- Idmlnisi i I
r.ATI iTi'M ill l .'l.K,
l.
I':., i
11 IRTll KISKNHKIH
11. fendantH
T< i: > III:I KISI-TNIll lltl
.....
Itronx, n. a i ork
i... irk in >:i:i:y N.'Tir
that n letlon for Declarator) Reh.
11. i ^ i ... | |
in- a itopy of you
.in- i.r .r t.i.politic t.. th. oompla"!
le plaintiff'* attornt >. Kl-l r.ltl
Kit. k>HJ II .-t n.ial. i Sir. '
file th-
ru.iii.il answer .-i |.l..oiiim m Mi
I. rk ol Mi. Clrt ll
Co on or I efoi July B7th i^'7. I
i-.ii fall li >' I idgi nti nt bj .icfi. :l
ii ill irli in-t > ..'I foi t ho
Hi f ,1 in ih. ..mi.lMint
IMIN-: AM HtDKKKD i.i Ml.
.I... ..f June,
I.II
K H '.ill iii:i:\i in
. I .lilt Clll t
i'...'. ounty, l-'i>.:
P >l TI. IN 11
I I uli ilerk
C SS-30 7 7 11


Pcge 1B-A
* Jfn iat Fh rHictr
Friday,-July
Soviets Brand Israel Aggressor
Continued from Peoe 1-A
ton. Ixindon. Bonn and other- He
insisted that "immediate Israeli
withdrawal and the liquidation of
the conjuptmei of the aggres-
>-."n" remained the mo>t urgent
task before the Council.
The Soviet spokesman was im-
mediately answered by Lord (";i'a
don of Britain and Ambassador
Arthur Goldberg of the United
States The British ambassador de-
plored the Soviet attack and called
on the Council for practical mea-
lirea U) further peace He proposed
that the Council authorize the See-
retar> General to send ob*er\et-
to the Sinai Peninsula and a repn
senUtive to deal with the parties
concerned on all matters involving
peace
Mr Goldberg, dismissing the r e
dorenko charges as "boilerplate.
stressed the need for strict observ-
ance of the cease-fire by all partie*
and endorsed Secretary General U
Thant's proposal* to -end ob
r- to tin- -une He said the United
State- favored in principle
, withdrawal of the Israeli forces but
'said this had to be coupled with
the termination of the state of war
and belligerency and the S|
ment for total pea<>
The Secretary-General told the
Council that Lt Gen Odd Bull had
informed him he would need 25
additional observers to cover '
-ides of the Suez Canal, these lb
servers to be supported b> techni-
cal and logistics staff He noted
that u wras advisable to have the
approval of the countries concern
ed as to the countries from which
the observers would be drawn
Social Singles to Dance
B'nai Brith Social Single- held
a dance on Saturday, 9 p m at the
rarillon Hotel
Medow Reports
To JNF Meetin9
Herman Medow. Jewi-I \ ./j
Fund leader, has retur:.
Israel where he uitness'
Stand again*! the attack
trab r:e:^hhors.
In his icport to a Je
tional Fund Council meet
recentl) at the KonUinti
tel Medow described
lievably wonderful lane!
are ready to give their
their peonU. th'ir land
unrestricted flow of Jew
(.ration into the Stale of
He called upon the \
Jewisk community "to
its magnificent effort- m
' :,u Hd

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HIKAN Mf DOW
Students Get Diplomas Here
Dade Rep. Gerald Lewis deft' receives a plaque from Assistant
Attorney General Arden Sieqendorl for Lewis' year's service
as president of the Young Democratic Clubs of Dade County.
The ceremony, at the Dupont Plaza Hotel, also marked the in-
stallation of the 1967 YD officers. Siegendorf was installed as
new president by District Court of Appeals Judge Charles A.
Carroll.
Thirtj five Hebrew Academy
students were awarded diplomas
at the Junior High School gradua-
tion exercises recently in the Ida
&ppel Auditorium.
Thi> was the filth annual gradua-
tion t" be held in the new building.
The graduates were completing a
full elemental-) and junior high
school course i>f studies in addition
to a maximum program of Hebrew ,
education
Rabbi Alexander S. Grots,
principal, reported that "thit is ,
the largest graduation class in
the Academy's history and that
of the 35 graduates more than
half have been attending the
Academy since first grade."
Greetings were extended bj
the presidents of the Hebn w
Academ) met Mutation, PI \
ind Hebrew Acadetnj Women
p .hhi Gross pre* -i" < ial
hi nors to the valedii toriai
tatorian
\ -ii [ir sent The Ji w
l-h Ploridian Journalism \
kfidot 1 0 \ 0 i lAI \w;.ni
Si.rth Shore Optimist Scho
\w ard, AmerU an Legic
and the Mas Sllverberg Awari
Rabbi Zv\ Utenatsky, ..--istant
nnncipal. presented the diploma
to the graduates.
Class gift was presented to Louis
Merwitzer. member of the presi-
dium of the Academv
National Culture
Foundation Makes
18 Study Grants
nkw yon ijta
>f 18 grants bj the Natioi
foi Jewian Culture
th.- fields ol
scholarship and culture t
j Label A Kati
dent of the Foundation Thi
'nclude ^cholaranipa and
-hip- for those completing
n aid to est
ii dependent 11
to institutions
itions for -penal p:
The three institution*1 M
receivi lot apei
hi i oUegc of
in i li \ eland for it
orship of an Index to Jew;
odicals, the (onferenee on
I'hilosophv for iU annual n
of Jewish scholar* teaching
Ophy at various institut:
higher learning, and Vas-.
for its evpenmental i in
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"(Jewish Floridian
Miami. Florida, Friday. July 14, 1967
Section 3
On the 24th anniversary of the Warsaw Ghetto uprising.
:esentative3 of Hamilton. Ontario, J> wish organizations
aq of this memorial to the six-million
. rtyi c! the N .uust at the Jewish Community
Center of Ham Itoi mofa sculpture of welded si
.g one liq ting the otl [ban de, the
::ior;cl repr* pt as v. o' the
'.'. .rsow upruing. The lion was one of a numLei of
II 'lies paid by ".':'"
|] e National Jewish Well *ion-
i by the in Council monument v. Prof. George Wallace of McMa
[University,
Eban Spells Out
Israel t \ Position
JI)C Reveals
Refugee Need
Paris (JTAi A Joint Dis-
tribution Committee official toltl
members of the seventh United
United Jewish Appeal Young Lead
ersbip Mission here that the im
ptct of the six day war on Jews
forced to leave Arah countries had
brought "overwhelming" problems
to Jewish welfare agencies
The 56 nun and women in the
group constituted the first L'JA
mission noinn oversea! sines the
w.-ir in his report, Theodore Feder,
deput) director general <>f theJDC
said that too.ono Jew-, in Arabi in
and North African countries were
.ell uneasj al hough the situat h
was better in some countries thai
li. -.lid the .'I" ha* assumi
spi risibility
Jews I.....I, khelt<
Irai port n to pli I
ment t'JA membi i- also
I- rench Jew ish leadei s hei

sp< nt thn i lay* i f ranc sui ej
mR Jew ish welfan
ins
! SITED \.\ rj \. Y Is
Hi
tht
We
let-
re i
Sri nig (oi l ..
it
Foreign Minister Abb* ib.in,
Hit't fcr the resumption of the
SO nen1 Assembly session on the
HrVAiddle East, Mid that the term
' Annexation" used in the iesolu-
Wtion is out of place."
Eban asserted rhe mea ures
lopted i elate to the Inti 21 .it ion
Jerusalem in the administrative
id municipal spheres and lurnish
legal bests for the protection of
1e hols places in Jerusalem
Since the enactment of the law
[unifying Jerusalem. Eban noted.
[sacred buildings desecrated since
1948 have been restored. The
foreign minister also announced
that the rebuilding of houses
[of worship destroyed durinq 19
| years of Jordanian occuoation
(has begun.
I he inhabitants of tin Old tits
>n tlread) getting dout le the
Jin.nint of water they reeived tx-
ft'i'v the unification the Israeli
relfare system has been extended
(here with health stations for
others and children in operation
ind schools and tsschera aie read)
for the new academic year with
Exodus Plaque to Smithsonian
The American Veterans "I I
vill present I plaque i immemoi
bting th- historic voyage ol the
I' 'Exodus" tn the Smithsonian In
1st union This plaque which lists
lib. ten Uiya Bet ship- mi
Ichavi run from thi I S I at ada
land Latin America will b
in a showcsBt aloagild .1 a
I'1' 'be Rxodu 1 and 11
It ..t nf the perm am
phi gallery.
The presentation will take place
ceremons in the Reception
"i the Museum ol Kistorj &
technology 1n Washington I< on
Sunday July lti, at 2 p in
Geoiqe I. Jacobson. Execu-
tive Directoi oi United Hias
Setvico. announced the ap-
pointment of Leonard Seiden-
ovetse.
v.. [are administrate;, a
rectot of the agency's Euro-
pean and North Ah.
operations, with headquu
in Geneva, Swi&erkxnd. I
er director of Joint Distribu-
tion Committee operations In
Italy. Mr. Seidenman has
been a member of the JDC.
I
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the if Isrsi 1 i!
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Workmen's Circle fleets
District Delegates
Workmen's Circle Branch 692
reported .1 special meeting Thurs
day, July 7. at the Workmen's
Circle Lyceum for the nomination
and election of delegates to the
4flth annual Southern District Con
fereni e
David Dubinsky (right 1 hands check of S427.500 proceeds ot
the Amun-Israeli Housing Corporation bonds to Yehoshua
Levy 'second fiom left' trecsuror ci Histadru" following the
dissolution of the s< ration which aided ir con-
struction of hcusing for Israeli w and immi
15 year period. Looking en are V. Nathan Wo.* and Di
Stein, natici al 1 of the Nationa
Israel. Amun-Israeli was set up : an trad
at the rt guest of Histadrut. the Israel laoor federal
to heip construct housing for the Influx o! immigrants
>etiod of mass immigration.
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* Jfwisti Flcridfiar
Page 3-B
CCAR's Outgoing President Criticized
By JWV Commander For Distortions
By Special Report
WASHINGTON The outgoing
I resident of the Central Confer-
ence of American Rabbis, Rabbi
Jacob J. Weinstein of Chicago, was
sharply criticized here by National
Commander Malcolm A. Tarlov of
the Jvvvish War Veterans of the
I S.A. for "deliberate distortions
. ml mi>stat<-ments of fact, particu
laity in his accusations against the
JWV."
Rabbi Weinstein. in his keynote
address to the (CAR convention in
Ixis Angeles earlier, was reported
in the press as criticizing "the
Jewish War Veterans, who have
Ejected to liberal rabbis using
he pulpit to state opposition to
V S policy ."
"Thi ch*r.-}," Mid Command-
r Tarlov, "i* compl.t.ly f.l*,
at Rabbi W.intt.in hat tv.ry
rnson to know. Tht JWV, which
hat long tupportod U.S. policy in
Vietnam, hat coupled public ex
prettiont of tuch tupport with
affirmation of the right of full
and retpontible dittent."
"In a public debate on Vietnam
between Rahbi Weinstein .mil
JWV'i national executive director,
Monroe R. Sheinberg, before hur.-
dreda ol delegatei to a lynagogue
convention in Chicago seversl
months ago. JWVl support of the
nyht of dissent w.is again clearly
and publicly affirmed." stated
I ..mmander Tarlov "Thus, even il
Rabbi Weinstein did not read ol
Mich JWV policy statements in our
press releases or publications, he
had personal knowledge of it
"A clergyman should not ne"d
lo be reminded of the command-
ment against bearing false wit
DCSS," went on Commander Tarlov
Furthermore." said Command
er Tarlov, "Rabbi Weinstein's ex-
pressions of concern over alleged
retaliation against dovish" rabbis
are obviously specious or imagin
ary. He. himself, admits in his
speech that: Happily, we do not
have a single case where a Rabbi
has been separated from his pulpit
because of his stand on this issue."
Apparently. Rabbi Weinstein i-
aware that his alleged fears of
imaginary retaliation are. at least,
newsworthy.
"Rabbi Weinstein warns ae>aintt
linking the Middle East with
Vietnam, as he attempts to jus-
tify hit potition as a 'dove' on
Vietnam but a 'hawk' on Israel,"
said Commander Tarlov. "What
the Rabbi, who obviously speaks
only for himself, is unable to
hide it the basic fact that the
enemy to peace and freedom in
the Middle East, at well as the
Far East, it Communism, which
the U.S. it committed to oppose.
"The issue is not who happens
to lead the government of a coun-
try under Communist attack in
these troubled areas, but is tne
light of a people to live in freedom
from outside aggression." conclud-
ed Commander Tarlov
FSU Alumni PowWow
Florida state University Alumni
of Dadt County held its Board
Swim Part) Sunda) al the home of
Mr and Mrs. .lame- Kyne. 9271
SW 85th St Miami. Joan Hates
was in charge of the affair Helen
S Bialolenki. president of the
group announced that the swim
party Will be followed by the F.S (J
Pow Wow on Aug 19. with coach
Pete Peterson
Rabbi Eugene Labovitz. spiritual loader of
Temple Ner Tamid announced this week that
plans are being formulated for the forthcoming
year for Ner Tamid Youth. The Youth Com-
mission which works closely with the Young
Judaea movement plans a well-integrated
social and religious program for the children
of the Synagogue and community. Shown m
photo discussing the future plans are: Top row-
left to right Mr. Philip Du Beshter. Mr. Gerald
Rosenthal. Mrs. Gerald Rosenthal. Mrs. Paul
Wilson. Mrs. Sidney Gelb, Mrs. Bert Ptager.
Mrs. Frederick Propper. Seated: Mrs. Phillip
Du Beshter, Mis. Samuel Pecrlman, M
Muriel Oppenheim. Mrs. George Trager. Seat-
ed at the desk. Rabbi Labovitz, Not shown. Mr
Samuel Pearlman. Mrs. Carlton Blake. Mrs.
Nathan Greenhouse, Mr. Sidney Gelb. Mrs.
Isidore Himelstein. Dt. and Mrs. Michael Hor-
witz Mrs. Frank Nankin. Mrs. Frederick Ptod-
per. Mr. D. Dale Regent. Mr. Arnold Schultz,
Mr. S. George Trager. Mrs. Shirley Wilner. Mrs.
Sam Wolf.
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Israel Fund Campaign
Ends Local Activity
- passed the S4 500 000
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Leonard Ro>en led I
:o a re<
-
Continued partial mobiliza-
tion in liraal it adding tm of
mi 'ior. of dollars a we*k to th
war's staggering cost to tha
Jewish state's economy," Fried-
land asserted.
Miami'
iant a ho have Dot ntril
-. maximum ca;
nee 1 the 1 ael Emer
Fund hcj at the
Miami ieration.
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tloa md
Rieger Advises Caution
i ,
nth i ticket
Mr Joseph
\:Il be 77 yi
. intarlly sum nden
license
"1 have aneina pectoris, ar,d
time 1 take the wheel now I en-
danger 01) Life and other :
Mr Rieger, who lives with
* lia. at 250 Meridian
Mian., Beach, -
I on the Is

committee meeting was
ation Monday .v.
peak- an chairmar. Say-
in pres
: I'avid B Fleeman steer
rr.mittee chairman who was
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CARIH Chapter Delegates
Paul N<
\".e North
Dad* <;:apt I I sBIH -' rep
apter as official dele
gate National Auxiliaries
rganization
July 23-26 in Denver
I ARD3 I nil Iren Asthma Re
-earcn Institute and Hospital h
con-. annually at which
ime de. re briefed on latest
asthma tr i
and -
Alpha Omega
Installs Officers
I
H imi Beach, was
Regent Lawrei '
\. the
Dr
Charles Alenier. pn led
Marvin mrer; Di
ronn ar,fi "r
lack
r.. t, executive
Berry, William
Harvey
Pallen, Larry Schwar
menthal. Edmund Parnes. Joel
Haup lohn Tat>ak. Paul Rich
mar fuel Krop and Jack Bren-
ner Mr Samuel Meline was re-
utor
Remember how good
bread used to taste?
August Bros.
still does!
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on Rcse left re-ei preside:.'
Dr. Myer Eggnotz s Alpha Omaqa Meritorioiii Award -is he
it installed as president of the Greater Miami C'.r.pter of Alpha
Omega Dental Frcter:
Terry Jon Fortran
Bar MitzvaS Saturday
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Miami Jun.or li,_h School, where
be U eightk trade in Sep
ember
Friend! and relatives, including
his grandparents. Mr Isidore Ya-
and Mr and Mrs Morris For-
man. will attend a dinner recep-
m Terry's honor on Sun la)
the Temple
Congratulations are ofiered by (left president-elect oi the
Leukemia Society of Dade County. Irving Whitman, as he
presents two special plaques for outstanding individual sup-
port to the Society to make-up and hair specialist. Ruth Regina.
and hotelman. Morris Lansburg.Other new officers are Joseph
P. Manners, vice president, Dj. Jacob Colsky, secretary, and
Robert Newman, treasure!.
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Loco, leaders of th* Zionist Orqanization of America at tne
home of Jennie Gios3inger discuss the '/Oth Annual convpn-
tion o: the ZOA which will take place in Israel July 19th-26th.
55 delegates of the South Florida Districts plan to attend the
historic Convention, which will be one of the first organized
group* bom the U.S. to visit the holy sites in the Old City of
Jerusalem. Addressing the Convention, which will take place in
| Jerusalem and in Tel Aviv, will be noted personalities includ-
ing President Zalman Shazar. and Prime Minister Levi Eshkol.
Pictured abovj are seated: Jennie Grossinqer; standing left to
right. Sidney Raymond. Convention coordinator; Gil Rappa-
port. Southeast Region ZOA Director; M. William Smith, vice-
president Miami Beach Zionist District and Abraham A. Grun-
* hut. NUagu Beirh District president.
Jewish Cooking
By S0SAL.',3 5 ZUNSER
c,1967 Jewish Telegraphic Agency
illy here is
i
N< I- aucc,
j .hi
,: eat: 11 u
iginated in the
mil v w York its
!< the French chef Past al
nut .. instantaneous
I i -ha- the exclusive
. ipted it.
Fish cakes I their humble
Nev England Though
tin P -.in made it. the
! I'll i. i atben it* II Its popu
la attest b the presence
expression "He
[swallow* .1 it \-li cakes
cish a la Ntwburg
it c. be ma h ith haddock,
' I Its] i halibut or a
[combination cooked, than
and tc re
cups cubed cooked fish
1 -alt
' teas| ion pepper
ti -"'in p.iprik.i
4 .
l cup li| I en am
1 3 i
3 ta poods butter
;;- Sherry
Cook ii. double boih i iVksl
lium heal Metl butter, tl -alt.
pepper paprika egg yolks well
mixed with cream and milk, cook
until thickened, add Hah and heat
through; remove from heat and
add Sherry Serve on toast
Fish Cakas
Thej can be made with codfish,
haddock, whiteiish or halibut or a
combination of seme, cooked, and
ikin remo\ ed, and flaked
:t ups mashed potatoes
3 cups flake.I fish
1 teaspoon sail
'- teaspoon pepper
teaspoon paprika
4 eggs slightly t>
Combine Ingredients Shape into
halls and try on both sides in oil
or butter until brown
A three-part summer program
for the culturally deprived children
of Dade County, directed through
assignments from the Economic
Opportunity Program, Inc. is being
implemented thiough the volunteer
efforts of the National Council of
Jewish Women
The TAC program (tutorial and
cultural assistance) act to pre\
catch, or correct problem', before
irreparable situations develop. Vol-
ers m the tutorial program
k with children from the i -t
o 8:1 nil sti ss math i
ing, languagi a is, music and
arts and crafts The pro ;i am is
similar to the ref il i
-' hoo] sumn program
\ summer Operation Head Stan
has been instituted at designated
lunch and recreation centers
through which the volunteer works
v\ith the culturally deprived child
and through games, stories and
kindergarten type experience en
ables the child to develop in the
same manner as his middle-class
counterparts.
Mrs. Ruben Nordenbur.g, TAC
chairman of NCJW Greater Mi-
ami Section, stated that "a place
can always be found for adults
who are trained, or who have a
natural rapport with children,
to work in these summer pro-
grams or to assist on field trips
and outings."
A day camp program for under
privileged children of three and
four years of age, stressing music.
irts and crafts and Including story-
ti lling is also being Staffed by
volunteers
BILL ENGLISH
(AJa He o s-crii i a v_/# 10 ta "a t ic-#1
12125 S. W. 43rd STREET
MIAMI FLORIDA 33165
Phone: 221-2224
Pictured above, left, to right are.Mrs. Hany Samuels. Rhea
Cashman Gladwin. Audery Edrick, end Mrs. George Sogg who
together with Mrs. Sanford Jncobson, Mr. Franklin Nankin,
Elizabeth Melley, Mrs. Mathew Bradley, Mr~. Harry Scrmu
and Mr. Aarcn Shapiro (not pictured joined the
Surf side, Bal Harb B y H irboux Islands T:.Ccmmu: e "Fops" Sun ry July 16th. M -
Gladwin is Chairman of the yearly event.
Pythian Officers Installed
Nev : oi Roose> ell Lo
No 177. Knights of Pythias, are
Samuel N. Slavin, vice chancellor;
Abraham Sussman. prelate; Philip
Cold, master of the work: Milton 1
Ureen. secretary: Marvin Rose, fi
nancial secretary: George Drey-
fuss, treasurer: Milton Libert, mas-
ter at arms: David Altman. inner
4uard and Larry Michel, outer
guard.
Reuben Idels, jeweler, was elect-
ed chancellor commander. He has
served three years as master of
work, and is well known in local
Little Theatre for the fund raising
musical comedy "Who Needs Mon-
e>"" which he wrote and directed,
and in which he acted
A formal open installation of offi
will be held Saturday at the
Pythian Hall, 4601 \\ Flagler SI
at 9 p.m.
Judging Set Tuesday For
iY.iss United Fund Contest
Preliminary judging for the 7
Miss United Fund Contest will I i
place at 12:30 p.m. Tuesday in the
Hibiscus Room of Burdine's Flag-
ler Street store Contestants will
be judged on the basis of beauty,
poise and personality Five final
ists will be picked at Tuesday'|
judging and the final selection will
be made at a time and place to be
announced later.
Elliot "Biggie" Kevins, chair-
man of the 1967 Cnited Fund Con-
test, announced that deadline for
applications was July 13.
Vacationing
Isabel Grove is vacation
ir-T in Europe. Her column
will be resumed upon her
return.
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or better than your usual coffee
And it's, 07 catiein free.
So, drink it. enjoy itin good health.
It's 100 real coffee, too.
Only the caffein lias been removed.
Andcaffein adds do flavor to .tn\ cup of col
Comes instant and ground.
Another fine product of General Foods.
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Tha lucky rr.an is So! C Shaye. one of the Plaza penthouse apartment Monday n;ght ct
leaders of the Israel Emergency Fund of the
United Jew;;>h Appeal. With him at a reception
honoring Batya KcLLr:, Miss Israel of 1967.
are Miss Israel and Mrs. Jack S. Popick. The
Which Popick IEF associate chairman, re-
which Popick. LE.F. associate chairman, re-
ported on his trip to Israel and attendance at
the Hebrew University board of governors
meeting.
Miss Israel Guest At Penthouse Reception
Tia<: rntr> in the I84F7 Mi*s
I ..,- .-., Pageant, now under way
i .'.ii-rni Beach brunette Batya
Kabi.i completed h*-r first week
in tli- Lnited States on leave lroru
th* Israeli army by aiding the
I i > I Emergency Fund of the
i r.itt* Jewish Appeal
With bar almond eyea, 36-24-86
ii^ii > and pleasing Hebrew accent.
Am Israel accentuated her !,,
nt mental favorite in the beauty
competition with each appearance
At airport news conferencei in
**>>) N<.. York and Miami, the Tel
Avu sat>ra via- appropriately ihy,
but managed to handle questions
on bar militarv role without difti
The 20-year-Old Batya explained
thai sfi<- and other Israeli women
soldiers were on doty in combat
PWP at New Meeting Quarters
The new meet lag place of the
Parents Without Partneri will be
th.- Knight* oi Pythias Roosevelt
Lodge 177 building at 4601 W.
Hai-'lei st a general meeting will
fat held at the nee site on July 20
followed by a Mcial session sod
refreshments
ones, but only used firearms in has a serial of speaking engage-
rare cases of self defense me.nt, ,,,.,, up around ,hp United
.Miss Israel s principal Armv du- (c. .,
tie* involve her a, a social case S,",e" in bt"half Utif[ Bonds
worker, dealing largely with Arab That is. naleei Israel wins its
familie~ After the pageant. Batya'nrst Miss lniver.se title
Mrs. Myers leads
Forte Women To Mf
Mrs I- Myers, together vwth her
to chairman. Mrs Harry Helfand.
hai raised more than $1,000 from
the Porte Ttoweri women as a gift
to the Jewish National Fund, en-
abling the fcroup to inscribe 10
names in the new "Golden Book oi
the L'nited Jerusalem "
Mr Myers, veteran Jewish phi
lanthropist. formerly of New York,
stated that '"In the.se trying days,
the Jewish National Fund should
be strengthened" and after discuss
ing the need with Mrs Myers. In-
spired his wife into spearheading
the drive among the Forte Towers
women
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Beach Surgeon
Off on SS Hope
Dr. Alfred HunritZ, director of
surgery at lit. Sinai Hospital, left
on June 24 as a member of the
survey team for the Hospital Ship
SS Hope's trip to Ceylon in 1968
The SS Hope will sail to Ceylon
next March, marking her fir-t re
'.urn to Asia since the famed hos
I>ital ship's maiden voyage in 1960
Ambassador Oliver Wecrasinghc
of Ceylon, and Dr. William B
Walsh, founder and president of
' Project Hope, announced plans for
the voyage and said an advance
survey team of Hope medical pro-
li NsionaK Ifft on June 24 for two
weeks of planning sessions with
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More than 60.000 American Jew- The medical mission to Ceylon
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I lav fl are available si
operated b) the
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oate I > 1 .(*
daily
which featni com i h
\I* of mt-rchandtse dorat-d by
:e!- Mores and private
I items for
kali *u- rr.a-" drape*
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Perhaps torn* of th* clothes
jr not stylish this year or have
been worn slightly, but usually
they re made of e*cellent ma-
terial and sell 'or a ridiculously
low price.
An upholster] department in the
ihnft Shop renovates furnit
Riving it a "new look.'" All net r>-
ceipt* from the Thrift Shop
directly to the upkeep of the Jew
ish Home for the Aged which pio
vide* nur*in home care and com
fort to the elderly at Douglas (iar
dens
The original Thrift Shop a*
opened in a small store and was
-taffed by two women volunteers
Selling the beat possible merchan
di*e at low prices quickly brought
a need for larger quarter* Thr
present shop covers 40.000 sq ft.
and has a trained manager, James
Burns, plus 12 paid employees
All executive store business is
under the super*, ision of Arthur
Kravit/. owner of a large chain of
Miami discount Stores Kravi'/ not
only represents the Jewi*h Home
for the Aged bat al*o donates a
.
'
' xe are lr
AH merchandise sold by the
Thrift Shop comes from donors
And, as Burns puts it, "This is
one time when it is much more
profitable to give than to roceive
r ,in* dealers n
mel* low prices (or
ond hand merchandise, wherea
If with a ll*t
h i ms at a rafuatio
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Miamians Attend
Judges' Confab
Judge Walter B Lebowitz.
pa surer of the Florid*
Municipal Ju <-iation ar\
... Murraj H'-ximan. assocu-
, nf th.- Miami Beach Munic
pal Court participated in th*
Florida court conference in St
Petei *'h. I ::tl\
Over ."to*' judge*, prosecu'
iusticea of the peace, constable*
and other court official*, attendei
the 11th annual conference con
ducted by Florida State University
and sponsored by the Florida
Municipal Judges Association
ference was the debate between
Judge Thomas Barkdull and John
A Sheb. of the Florida League of
Municipalities, concerning the pro
posed state constitution a it refer*
to courts
Participant* in the eonferenc
divided into several workshop ses-
sions r> formulate rule* of proce-
dure for municipal courts and t>
make recommendation* to the
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For 2each Elks

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' I prise awnr-i plaque casually. Inn
Coup* manage* lo conceal his joy Tl.e
plaque was prwntd al lh horns of Jennie
Otly by Mis Harold Schneider
' -I the Southeastern Florida Region
of Women s Amenron ORT. sponsor. o the
Mime Art for ORT Show. Second prize was
awarded to Ldna Glaubman. Runners up were
Ronnie Boguve. Sam Grodensky and Shirna
nhoff. Left to right are Mrs. Florence Kup-
Simonhori. Mrs. Jenn.e Grossinger. sponsor ol
the fust chapter of Women's American ORT
>n the Greater Miami area. Jim Couper. Edna
Glaubman and Mrs. Harold Schneider region
president. *m<"i


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r'ieldman didn I
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Jacked Ic: n chc:.:je ol
jobs lab, weex. Tne a
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inqton. V
Phl Be'- qiee
at Harvar 200-
a year Gove.-.-.n ent
earn SI.200 teaching En
in on Israeli high schoo Miss
rieldman is the, second appli-
cant accepter, toz the B'nai
Br-th Israel Technical Corps
which recruits sicilled workers
lor employment oj three years
or longer to onset Israel's
technical shcrcg*.
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ffOSERT *OSEN
seth David Names
[obert Rosen
fouth Director
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I Cungri an
the a ,'.:.
of jniith .1 '
i staff I i
eirt ( Youth \ '
um 'i livi
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one .i!
i i the South
14 two p <
i 7); and the AMI'
23, i
. He a
VIY
town .o-nes to Beth David
ir tight years of involvement
youth activities. H spent
s. ~-tr on the cecuti>.e
f< of the National USY Camp
hi Glen Spev. N.Y.. as ass
atrt o .he business manage'.
Jc + '. ,i-rs Romii has arorked
^A the yci'h d. partment of
B;ti 13i ah Congregation in
tloith Miami Beach. This past
yoar h was advisor to pre-USY
program there.
Bat i
serve-
"IC*
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orgi' x
]>. of :
PI led on th< .' ill:-
oi thi i>.i.st two regional eon
I in Atlanta .mrl I'a'in
n id also at the Kallah li!c!
I Bauai
,. niith be was MM i'l U
I its from around the
rhosen bj and
ne to come to v.
ft i it> as part of a Maoinaj foj
lii I- and Imsinovsmcn.
hi- attended Kno\ Col
In RaleftbHTg, III and holds an
in Arts dei'ro- from
Inn Pada Junior Colle W N-
"is -i nior year at Mr
iversitv of Miami, he ha* I
i i h pi: ''einatinK in extra CUT
l!ar .> '
1
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>cch Coltimnist
lonored Here
. | radio
.i i,,. ..is i ... i ii
orcd I'v the Mia-ni
I ( of Hot
onial dinner dance recent
hi the Deauville Hotel
] -t i Miller i >' ''
ation* ennsultanf. headed the
rnmmittee, lo*e*her with
i \ i'i.-i-k chanter prasl
ent. and Mrs Bernard Hoffman
The nation ide o***a*tlmti**iN
rch of Hope" plaque was
?nted to King "for his dedica
to upholding the rights of all
. and his devotion to thOM
anitarian principles which
heen a beacon to the City of
," according to Mrs. Plaskey
'Lack Of Understanding5
MEW YORK .11 \ The director of interreligious al
ot the American Jewish Committee told rel gidlls news writers
tins weekend that "the profound disparity in th-' respective re-
sponses of Jews and ( hristians to the plight of Israel during the
days In which the Jewish community was threatened with pjc
tinctii veals thai Christians and Jews art still separated by
a great abyss of lack of mutual knowledge and understand
Rabbi Va.c n Tanenbaum told the annual mi I Ihc
Religious Newswritcrs Ass c'.at.on that in tutora .. Tiaiili dta
- m ist understand "the profound historical, re
js and liturgical meaning oi the and ol Israel and ol '
salem to the Jewi~h peopli
The Jews recalled wi'h qratitude 'he posi'ion taVen by
outstanding individual Ca'holic and Protestant, P = SSi T* i-
*nbi>um noted, but he said "the failure of tha 'diplomatic'
institutions of Christendom to speak an unequwoca' word in
de'ense of the preservation of the Jewish people will haunt
the aqenda of future Jewish-Christian daiogues for years *o
come."
He be more I I t ol
Ihi \:.' which has become such a | on
e ;'.:'t ol o manj i hri*1ian institu ns and
i |i o l mere* wan I Ihe
' ps from Aiab cinintries mheie
pen ution and oppi
!o We nbach and Craiq Dearr, eighth qrade slue*
at the Hebrew Accd my and al Bible con
rece.ved final Rabbi /.I tander S. G: u
al, befoi" leaving for New York to participate in (I i
National Bil le C< ntesl nnual Bible p >nsi rt
by the local Bureau of [ewish Education in cooperation w
lh< ncy's Educati nt.
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Lois (Mn Clifford' Newmark was born in Charleston.
W V Shu was a cute saucy little sirl always lookins for the
kid with the bloody nose, scraped knee or a splinter so that
-he could play nurse She wont to New York University to
realize her childhood dream, taking a ore-nursing course.
After two years, just as she WH
. .,___, about to enter the school of nurs
inc. she met Cliff on a blind date,
and she has been nursing ever since.
her own regiment of four sons).
Her court-ship U much more
romantic in retrospect than it ac-
tually was. They eloped and have
been married twenty three years
The Newmarks lived in New York
where the children were born.
Even busy raising children. Lois
found time to work with the Red
Cross as a nurses' aid and she was
t active in Federation and Sister
*t hood She often tells her folks.
Myrtle and Irving Cracovaner who
live here that she 'remembers
Mama" as always heim: involved
in community meetings of one kind
or another
In 1960 Cliff sold his business and they moved to Florida
Decidini; to yo into business they tried to lind one in which
there wasn't too much competion Cliff listened to his wife
After all. the hosiery business is remote from the business
the> liiially ehose Lois had always enjoyed entertaining
and when she found that she didn't see what she wanted
for her own parties they opened a shop. Smartie Parties
Planning parties, making suggestions, create centerpieces
and finding just the right decor or gift has become the core
of Lois's life Everyday brings different people with dif-
ferent needs Nothing is eve* raptttttoas. But like the ihoi
makers child the last tune she entertained at home the
couldn t find even a doiley to put under the candy.
Lois feels that she would like to write to the column
that gets M many letters saying that Miami is unfriendly
The Newmarks found Flondians warm and hospitable She
felt at once that she and her family belonged She did
volunteer work at Mt Sinai Hospital and was asked to be
on the board of the Sisterhood of Temple Israel For four
years she was a V P and held various key positions Last
May she was installed as the president of the Sisterhood
Now she will have to split her time, three days working at
the store and three days of being president.
It is exciting to live with five men; Cliff her husband.
Morty who is 21. Cliff Jr., Steven and then the youngest, ten
year old Fred There's always excitement in the house and
she is accepted as one of them, plenty of cokes, the record
player gOtag full blast and a house full of fellows and
girls Lois is full of fun but she- knows when to be serious
and she has a very endearing way with people that is
marvelous for both her business and her volunteer work
"We do a lot of communicating in our house." ex-
plained Lois. "Somewhere I read that if one generation
knows and doesn't act the next generation doesn't even
know So she has explained everything about everything
to them, so not only do they know, but they know enough
to stand up and be counted.
"I just love my family to pieces," says I warmth in her voice and so enthusiastically that it was easy
to sec why. when she first moved here, people just loved
her to pieces and took her under their wing.
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Musical Greets
New Officers
: Temple Or olom Sisterhood
launched a new year at a recent
meeting
Mrs Harry Sarnoff. program
chairman, presented an original
musical program introducing new
officers ami board membe.s of
Sisterhood for the coming \ear
titled, I'ut It In The Book
Mr- Walter Seidlcr is cultural
vice president, Mrs Joseph Roth
man il president of Sisterhood, and
Rabbi Ralph Glixman is spiritual
leader of the con-zresation.
Sherman Kaplans
Tell Of Betrothal
Ot Daughter Joan
Dr and Mrs Sherman H Kaplan,
4444 I'inetree Dr. Miami Beach.
announce the engagement ol their
daughter, Barbara Joan, to Mr
Barn Steven Turner, son of Mr
and Mrs Robert I- Turner of Rot
lyn. Long Island and New York
Citj
Mitl Kaplan il a graduate of
Miami Beach Senior High School.
and attended Washington I mver
sity in St. Louis. Mo. She is pres
ently .1 senior at the University of
Miami, where the il I member ol
Alpha Kpsilon I'hi Sorority
Mr Turner graduated Irom the
Whcatlcy School and attended St
Lawrence and Queens Colleges,
where he was a member of Sigma
Alpha Mu Fraternity He gradu
ated from the Boston I'niversitj
School nf Law in May, UKT?
A September wedding is planned
Dinner Show For
WC Installation
Workmen's Circle Branch H '
Miami Beach English -; eakii
luanch of the Workmen-! Circh
held an installation dinner show on
Sunday at the ( arillon Hotel
Alfred 1 Hopkins, chairman of
the legal panel. Florida Civil Lib
erties I num. was the guest (peak
er and discussed some ot the >..->
he has represented,
Hopkins presently practices in
Miami Beach and is bout* coun-
sel for Washington Federal Sav-
ings end Loan, Ann As a mem-
ber of Florida Civil Liberties
Union, he has been counsel in
numerous cases involving Negro
Civil Rights, due process in juve-
nile courts, and free speech, and
is currently involved as counsel
in litigation seeking to abolish
capital punishment in Florida.
Leonard Zilbert installed the
following officers
Murray Tubcll. chairman. Ber
nard Shapiro, first rice chairman,
Mis Nathan Marx second vice
chairman. Harry Mildner. trees
mil Mis Harry Mildnei
lag secretary; Mrs Mac (iuskof,
social secretary Muirav Gold li
nancial secretary and hospitsJei
Max Qreenberg, corresponding set
retarv.
Mrs. Lena Mintzes will be
honored on her 77th birthday
Tuesday. July 18th at 7 p.m.
at the Washington Federal
Savings and Loan Associa-
tion, 1234 Washington Ave-
nue, by the Senior Citizens
Association ot Miami Beach.
Mayor Chuck Hall will be
Master of Ceremonies and
Mayor Jay Dermer will be
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UJcdJincj Jjcl/s rCincj jfor Jlicsc July Jjrictcs
Mandc! Muravchick
^ii marriage ol Marilyn, (laugh
01 Mr and Mis Abraham
Mrchick. 758 laitevicw Drive,
li Beach, I<> Marvin Mandel
place July 9th at a candle-
ceferriony at'6.pm. at the
Uuebleau Hotel. The groom's
pajhiits are "Mr ami Mrs Philip
Map^'.. 3134 Royal Palm Avenue.
Mftni Bearh. and his grandparents
Mr. and Mrs Nathan Rosen
of Miami Beach. The cere-
Has pei formed by Rabbi
ig Lehrman.
bride WOTS a gown of white
de aoie trimmed with alen
<-on lace and carried a bible adorn
,-d >'h white orchids and rose*.
She was attended by Matron of
Honor Mr- i.enard Grand, her
MttML and Robert Mandvl was best
man. The fi\- u-hcr* included Mat
Stewart Marcus, Raymond
lei. Teddy Sokolakj and Ste
Xa^-har, Jr.
Mandel attended Miami
Hiijli School and Boston
rsity. she graduated from
University i>f Miami School of
ation nagna cum laude She
member of Kappa Delta Pi
ary Sorority. The groom also
Mianu Beach High School
dilated from the University
ai School of Business Ad
ation He is avsociated with '
Products in Hialeah
deception and dinner followed
tr^Brc blue and white wedding in
de and French Rooms of the
neblr.iti The couple are
nonius in San Juan. Puerto
id St. Thomas in the yirgln
f'pon their return they
t in North Miami
Redler Shane
the Barcelona Hotel on July
a 7 pm ceremony Sara J
I daughter of Malka and David
lloviez, 1200 Collins Avenue.
Beach, became united in
?e to David Redler, BOB of
nd Mrs. Matlas Redler of
Jth Street. Miami Beach, by
Morton Malavsky
bride was attended by maid
>nor. Julia Awerbuch and
9n of honor. Mr. Adela Smolar
Bridesmaids included Mrs
Nick Mrs. Diana Egori and

? K.ie
MRS. /AMIS I, HOHsf
\ii-- I.ih Penso Mi r'elo Awer-
buch was besl man and ushers
aim' Ml Falun Nick and Mr Luis
g0zi
Mrs Redler is a graduate ol
Miami Beach Senior High School.
Her husband attended Honda IBM
Technical College.
Following a reception in the
Coronation Room of the Barcelona
the newly weds left for a trip
around Florida
Kanoi and If its Kathy Bookahester
ware bridesmaids and Mrs. (Hmurl
BerkowHz. sister of the bnde. was
matron of honor
lb* L-mnm. wn f Mr and Mrs.
Nathan Friedman, 2">4 Palm Ave
nue Palm island, chose Dr Leon
ard Indianer, ot Daytona, for his
best man Ushers included Dr.
Samuel Berkovitz, l>i Laurence
Robbins, Mr William Kaae, Mi
Arnold Kanov, Mr. Stanley Barnett
and Ml Robert Cockayne
i he bride attended the Univer-
sity of Miami She was a vice presi
denl "i Alpha Epsilon Phi Sorority.
Mi Bookshester attended the I'm
ver ity ol Miami and graduated
from the Universit) of Alabama
where he wa> a member of Zeta
Beta Tan lie is connected with
Burdlne a where he is a men -
, < i wear buyer
Following .. dinni r in the West
Ballroom m the Fontainebleau the
couple le.t lor a honey mnmi in
Mexico, and will make (hi u home
m South .Miami upon their return
Hauser-Frohman
Lynn Beber Prohman became
the bride ol James Aaron Mauser
on Thursday at ti p.m. before Rabbi
Joseph R. Nan.: at Temple Israel
Mr- Mauser i- the daughter of
Mr and Mrs Harry Prohman, in
Island Ave Miami Beach: the
groom is the son o[ Mr and Mrs
II Lee Mauser. 1005 8th St Miami
Beach.
Attired in a Martha's Original of
Bianciana Crepe, the bride carried
a prayer book covered in Lily of
the Valley which was enhanced by
a background of illusion lace.
Mrs. Hauser attended the T'ni-
versity of Florida and received a
\\'l I !
MRS. OfNN/S S. B00KSHCSTER
%v. r
MRS. MARVIN M4NDU
nis Bookshester took their vows
before Dr. Irving I.ehrman in an
afternoon ceremonv
The bride, daughter of Mr. and
Mrs Mason Schwartz. 10331 K.
BroadrieM Drive, Bay Harbor Is-
land, chose for her wedding a
candlelight silk organ/a with re-
embroidered lace and seed pearls.
She carried a bouquet of lillies of-
the-valley The wedding ring had
previously used by Mrs Book-
previously been used by Mrs Book-
heater's maternal grandmother,
her mother and also her sister.
Sisters of the groom. Mrs Arnold
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The groom receiveo his Bache-
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July 23. The couple will live in
Gainesville. Fla where the groom
is attending tin* University of
Florida College of Law
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+Jenist FkrHiiir
Friday, July U 19g
^Atbeni people ana places .
FIREWORKS AT WCSTVIfW COUNTRv CLUB
i thai
on the Fourth of Julj There is .. ~'>!f tourna-
ment. dinn<:
im ts were 1 rence
Mrs
Herbert Pi i
Mr ami Mrs \
taron Kanni r. Ri
AN ANNIVERSARY TO REMEMBER
1 he three sisters I've 'i I n
Mayhell StoUtzk; Mrs Helen
Anchell and
and their wives Mr and and
Mr and Mrs. Si i \ '' in I im Nev >
They all had I Ce!<
wedd r and father
Louis a.-.d R *. Just family wen
in the dm- er at tl the
i. vys have bet for tl a years
But what i
cbildi
A big I was tl
...
' v

. : and Mrs
who flew in .
Tulane L'nivel it for dii ner and flew right
hack The 5oth anniversary is .old. the 75th is
diamond, seems to me the 85th -hould be a rain
bow.
A SUMMIT MEETING
it was held at (ioidie (Mrs Sol) Goldstein's
and was
nitl

r.s Div.i
:;
.
Do.o hy Kn
Brei
R 'a We) ilumisl
nd Mrs Larry S
< .:. i there h I towi
I isn't
a verj -i"
THEY SWAM IN THE GUI F
Dr Arthut '' and
Mis Va.....
..
md tl

'..

i summer Marth i Tt .. tei Marti
ins a- ii she had jusl >ut of the fashion
i, goes to meet ngs trai els l< i lures
parties ard dm: doesn't scrabble
around in the dirt to find the lirst sprout that
came up from her seeds
Frances Lehman
Leaders and officers of the newly-formed
Lincoln Group" cf Hadassah are (left to right'
* --sdames Clarence Wesson; Louis Zinn Blue
3 ix and Eye Bank chairman; Florence Gold-
orb, telephone squad chairman; Ruth Fauer.
lite membership vice president; Scdie
Shwartz; Ann Belnick. arrangements chair-
man of chapter. Seated (left to right) are Mes-
dames Bernard L^chs, life membership co-
ordinator of chapter; Ira Knvitzin. financial
secretary; Belle Burack; Eva M. Blum, presi-
dent pro-tem; Samue! Sakrais. past reaionai
president; Henry B. Wernirk, presiden, Miami
Beach Chapter; and Norman Meyers, organ-
ization chairman of chapter.
AS

Leonard Rosen
ain To Head
Temple Menorah
Le
Mi'
die fortl
K isi n i letdei in > l
i J^vwsh Appe
ir Israel f"i whit h he
national rw 'go
eakii
c> Fund
iss was elected I
ii lent Others are Ice pres
Is Isadore Drell ard Chai
- retary, Jerrj Lelchuk.
larj. .lack Bui sti In as
.-":in' financial secretary',
M
i to lervi
N '. ere Ir\ im: HI
B irk Harry Frankel
iansbacfi Mati
Dl
r. A \
\ M Vxelrod

K
I san
ry Ros nfeld E ward Schca
ffman AJ She
Siegel, I v. -
Strachman, Robert Surlofl
Sussman, Rubin Zerlin ami Irwm
Zuckerman.
Advisors to the board of direc-
tors are Capel Ascher. Ben Berlin
iky, Joseph Bregman. David Cant
er. Harry Carmen. Isadore Cohen.
Otto Diamond. Max Drusin. Sam
Feldman. Eugene Fenyves, Max C
Friedberg. Murray Friedman.
Isaac Fryd. Sol Gottlieb. John
Greenberg, Myer Harris. Charles
Kalb \l>e Kenrer. Julius I.anae.
Ben Laiarus, Jack Tatelman. Aiei
Tmter. Ben Warshauer. Albert
Weinberg, Louis Wertlieb, Mai
Zausner end Charles Dna*nan
CRB Officer
Cooke Named
Da la & in, i .,

"' a-
H. B. S

tical expat
munity pn
Ml .
programs.
H graph, :;ur\
S in at i Stud) of the
describing the life
values of while mountain people
in Mahwah, N.J was used b) th
New J : iej office ol i cOp
pon imtj i plan a
program in the rammer il
Cooke also ha. had i iried n
' faith dlalogui roups
Si.....I thai 'he departuri
CRB Issistanl Directoi
'r a position with
i s I ommuoity Relal
left such a nap in > l. h
undermanned -tuff that immediate
actim; was ntceeaar) to secure
Cook. services "Bd Cooke while
his experience ll Bol the same j,
Clements brings a combination of
personal, academic, and practical
skilU urgently needed at this cnti
cal time," Sissel said
Rabbi Joseph Narot. Chairman
of the CRB, expressed his expecta
tion that Cooke*l contribution to
better community relations in
I'.ide County would confirm the
t RB\ confidence in his abilities
EOPI Appoints Inland
Leonard Rivkind. past p-
Miami Beach Bar A~s,
mpo ptfd 'o th- i
ii rectors of Economic fjpp
S rv.ces Progiam. ar
< I by the war on p
which
horhood legal aid offices
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Susan Newman. Arlene Edlin, Mrs. Cohen'
and Bonnie Nechman.
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At family services on Pridat eve
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vJewisti FIcrrdFi&r
Page 13-B
Round the town Momentum Marks Miami s
Support of UJA Israel Emergency Fund
from Ieaderahin* temples. sijnae$oaues. high rises.
organizations, ererifbotlu. .
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*Jenisii tkridiain
Friday. July 14. 1967
Great Alarm in Polish Jewish Community: \rilJ- ,tWtIT a t\ i^
Party Boss Resents^ Sympathy For Israel Y M-I W Jl A JJay Camp
LONDON iJTA) The Polish
Jewish community was described
this week as being alarmed and
shocked by a blunt warning from
he Polish Communist Party boss
against Showing sympathy for Is-
rael in its conflict with the Arab
stale-
The warning was delivered b)
WTadyslaw Gomulka, tir>t secre-
tary ot the United Workers (Corn-
had been permitted to do so, but
that those who remained Polish
citizens should have only Poland
as their fatherland.
The official Polish news agency
distributed a version of the Go-
mulka speech several hours la: r
which toned down the threat to the
Polish Jews by eliminating the
reference to a fifth column .'.id
._.., ... ..... ,..... ,. .vu..i- by inserting phrases to the effect
munist) Party, addressing a trades that the "great majority" of Jew!
union congress in War>aw. Mr. Go in Poland gave their loyaltv to
mulka told the congress delegates Poland and faithfully served the
that Polish .lews had applauded the country.
Israeli "aggression" and had held The Communist Tarty chief in
celebrations for Israel's victory. Rumania was reported from liu
Second Session to Start
"We c*o not want to have a
fifth column in our country," he
declared. He asserted that Polish
Jews who wanted to go to Israel
Lt. Wolfson
Being Assigned
Second l.t David M Wolf son,
son of Mi and Mrs. Ben Wolfson,
of 2755 SW ;)6th Ave., Miami, Ras
been graduated at Tyndall AFB,
Kla.. from the training course lor
U.S. Air Pone weapon.- controllers.
ciiarest to have taken an intii*'.>
different position. The Rumanian
Government was the only member
of the Communist Eastern bloc
which did not sign the Moscow
communique branding Israel as
tin aggressor in the Middle East
outbreak and calling for Israel's
condemnation.
Nicolae Ceausescu, the party
head, called in a speech for
Arab Israeli negotiations and
urged both to seek understand-
ing on their differences.
He said a solution must guaran-
tee the democratic development
of the Arab world and of Israel and
w *. .i.i** wj i.i aim ut i-.i,n i an
Lt. Wolfson, who was trained to indicated that Israel, on achievm
direct operation and maintenance this agreement, would have to r.
unii search and height find- noiir-ce its territorial conquests
tng radars, is being assigned to___________________
Glister AFB. Ala., lor dutv with asa___i_ c .
the Air Delcnsc Command. rCfTKer OpeCKS
He waa commissioned in 1967. A* Ct%ril*r Hnmp
upon completion of Ollicer Traui-
ing School at Lackland AFB. T-jx.
A graduate of Miami Senior High
School, he received his BS degree
in 1964 from Massachusetts lust!
tute of Technology and studied at
the University of Kansas.
Masters for Exchange Clubs
Johnny Masters, accordionist,
pianist and band leader in this area of Kovernors
since 1938, has been signed to pro-
vide dance music and entertain-
ment for the convention of the
National Exchange Clubs, meeting
July 30 Aug. 2 at the Americana
Hotel
Albert Parker, member of the
New York bar. senior partner in
the law firm of Parker. Chapin and
Flattau. was guest speaker for
the Wcizmann Institute of Science
at a supper party under the co-
chairmanship of Stephen earner,
president of Carner Bank of Miami
Beach, and Richard Stone, at the
Carner home here recently
Harry II. Frankel. of the board
of the Institute,
shared the program with Parker.
From Sinai to Sinai" will be
the theme tor the second session
of the Day Camp being conducted
in hundreds oi voun^stcrs by the
YM YWHA of C.riater Miami. Mrs.
Arthur Roth, chairman of the "Y"
Daj Camp Committee, announced.
"The emphasis in the entire
camp program will be on Israeli
lile and the courageous existence
of a proud people in a time of
crisis," she said. The Israeli theme
will be earned out In ever} camp
endeavor. The summer program
will be culminated in a gala show
b) the boys and girls at the ion
> lusion nt the camp season
Augmenting the diversified pro-
gram will Ik- trips to places of in-
terest in the Miami area for the
tamp youngsters, an Air Mail
Swim Meet, in cum pet it ion with
VMll.Vs throughout the country,
ivernight camp-outs and cook-outs
Concluding the first session of
'he YMHA Da) (amp will tn ..
special Camp Show on Sunday,
July 16. entitled "The Time Ma
chine In this program each age
group of the camp will depict a
separate story relating to signifi-
cant periods in Jewish history from
biblical times to the present era
Registration for the second ses-
sion i>t YMHA Day lamp is now
under way and should be com-
pleted by July 11, which is the
closing da) for reservations Man)
age groups are completely Idled
tor the second session
Painting time at the "Y" Maty Ic David .lett) and Jc:.e
Cohen (right) show boys and giris at the YMHA Day Cc
how to have fun while painting as part of the Arts' and Cr-:-
program. The multi-colcred drawings will be used a3 part y.
the Day Camp Show which will conclude the lust seeaioz ~t
the YMHA Day Camp.
Beth Am Temple Invites
Young Married Couples
The Young Married Couples Club
Of Temple Beth Am will sponsor an
all daj panic at Matheson Ham-
mock on Sunday. Julj 23. Couples
are asked to bring their own food.
Cold drinks and watermelon will
be furnished.
The committee in charge in-
cludes Mr. and Mrs. lames Rogel.
Mr. and Mrs Ira Pozen. and Mr
and Mrs. Alfredo J alow y ski. Mi-
chael Clein is chair,nan of the
group.
Temple affiliation in not requir-
ed to participate in the activities
which are open to married couples,
thirty years of age and under.
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sSSSlr Ak ^l11*1" Mimi Beach on Capt. Shelly
Hw.?^ ^l* The Play*. when thePtwa Eh
wSer WhnThf "T /T 7^ Wa" doWD ^ 1W fee. 3
ZflT ? ua,doof hls lcaher' WPe waa able to boat
the two fash in about 20 minutes.
"it is obvious the Summer Day
Camp program at the Miami YMHA
is more than just a bunch of chil-
dren swimming, playing ball and
carving leather belts." comments
Ira Steinmetz. Director of the
YMHA Camp "The YMHA con
ducts a unique operation with six
separate programs for youngsters
ranging in age from three and a
half to 12. plus separate programs
for Junior High and Senior High
School boys and gn 1- "
Carefully supervised by ma-
ture, experienced personnel, the
YMHA Day Camp offers small-
Koup activities with the empha-
sis directed toward the achieve-
ment of the goals of social group
work, the development of the in-
dividual through group living,
and an inculcation of a rich Jew-
ish life.
Assisting Mr. Steinmetz in super-
vising tamp aeti\ilies is Mr Mer-
B'nai Raphael
Honors Grads
The following children were
honored at a uraduation service
from B'nai Raphael Religious
School.
Barry, BOD of Mr and Mr- Stan
le) Leaser; Linda, daughter ol \ti
and Mrs. Beit Levy; Deborah,
daughter of Mr. and Mrs Sam
"Muck. Stuart, son of Mr and
Mrs. Hyman Rubm. Mark, -on 0f
Mj and Mrs. Nat Wilensky;
VviIIiam Son ..i Ml .nul Mrs Hand
Shendell
Sossin Provides New Offices
For Beach AAO'ganization

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n-: and < onvaleseenl Center
Dr Sossin said he turned over
e of tht plen-
;,d Jo1' "" AA doing hin
Hie community In combating the
prob.em of alcoholism The AA
working in oloae conjunction with
City of Miami Beach Court
naa been succe.-sful in rehabilitat
mg more than 35 per cent of per I
sons arrested in that city for!
drunkenness
wvn Levin as Program Director
l mi Heads an Mr- Rita Scboen-
hcru. Kindergarten; !> j, ,.| (|ey
man. Cnit On.-; Marvin Goldstein,
I nil Two. Mrs Kia>n, Cohen, Pre-
school Swimming Instructors are-
Richard Taylor. Mrs Chic Rogers
and Frank Queuda; Drama In-
structor. Burt Parker. Dance In-
structor. Mrs Rita Trilling; Arts
and Crafts. Mary Jo David and
Sharon Levy.
The first in a series f Talk
Ins (or senior high school itu-
dents was held at the YM-YWHA
on Tuesday The first session f,.a.
tured a- guest speaker Mr. Aram
Goshgarian, Special Assistant to
State Attorney Richard Gerstein,
Who discussed "Obscenit) and the
Law
The high school youngsters dis-
cussed pertinent is-;:,.s ,,, .>,,. ,,^
m depth and involved themselves
,in subjects ranging froi con
troversial to the calm
The seeond "Talk In will Ik-
held July 18 and the topic will be
li Being Anti-War Being Ann
American""
he Talk In" sessions ;irf an
innovation of the YM VAVHA Teen-
age Program which encompasses
all phases of activities tor % outh
Mis Jack Baum is chairman of
the Senior High Committee of the
YMHA
A new series of tennis classis for
adults and youngsters i- also beinn
held at the YM YWHA and t
place "ii Vedneada) evenings at
7 30 p m classes f,.r child
a-.es 8 14. are being held on Mon
la) and Wednesda) afternoons at
3:00 ;> in
YMHA Has First
Junior High
Conclave Here
first Junior High ConcU
the history of the YM-YWHA cf
Greater Miami was held
month at the Central '"Y."
SW 8lh St.. Paul Kaske. pre,uy-.
told "Y" board members.
Mam topic for discus-sion at th
initial s.-vsuon was "Eigntl
Responsibilities- Do I Have A
"This was the first opoor
tunity for youngsters of punior
high age to delve into seminar
sessions and workshops concern-
ing matters of a serious nature
which affect them as individuals.
as Jews, and as members of so-
ciety," according to Jerry Tart
chairman of the junior high com
mirtee.
Previously, we have had bighlj
successful conclaves with o;r -
nior hinh youth, and now ue .
preparing our young teens
days which he ahead of then "
The discussion Involved fe
eign students from IsraeL Pen
Prance and Argentina, and will bi
moderated b) Neal Sonnett. I'm
versity of Miami law studen' v.'
is former president of the V
Demo, rat! oi Miami
The junior high coordinators
the Y were Debbie Welki: ; ,
Kennv Coodman
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Rabbi Sol Landau, spiritual leader ol Beth David Concrrega-
tion. congratulates Daniel Naiiar "left* and Joseph Shacter on
then receiving the Jacob and Adele Kaplan prize at the com
[xrr.inity graduation exercises. They scored the highest marks
fin the Hebrew test administered by the Bureau of Jewish
ication to the 76 graduates ol junior Hebrew high schools
-rhoo!s in the area.
rreek Line Makes Israel Sailings
W. German Report
Reveals Extremism
BONN 1.ITA1 The West
German interim- Ministry report
in this week on the development
of rightwing extremism in West
Germany, noted" the electoral sue
Cess of the National Democratic
Party and said that for the first 1
lime In si\ years, an extremist
group had become "a political
factor."
The Ministry estimated the
Strength of the party at the end ,
of 196fi at 25.000 a gain ol 11.
000 in one year and laid that
the total membership of extreme
niihtwinit organizations had reach-
ed 36.200, thin approximating their
1SJ60 Mgbwate* mark.
The report stressed that the
proportion of former members of
Hitler's National Socialist Partv
in the NPD was at least eiqht
'imes higher than in the popula-
tion as a
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VALIDTHPU SAT llii v u.
PRICES EFFECTIVE
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STORES THRU SAT..
JULY 15
Eclud.a. Koik' Morktt
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