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

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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
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'Jewish Florxdian
Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY
Miami, Florida Friday, May 23, 1
969
Three Sections Price 20-r
POSSIBLE EROSION Of PRO-ISRAEL STANCE
Premier Golda Meir Plans Visit To U. S.
JERUSALEM tJTAl Diplo-
matic s.> irec* have linked Pn -
mier G ild Mpir'i piam to visit
the 1 fniti d Stati a within the next
t.'.' wei la with the growing con-
cern here that there ma) be
some erosion of the pro-Israel po-
Itioi of the United States In its
!" iteral Washington talks with
the Soviet Union. The American
Embassy in Tel Avh was report-
ed to !*' In communication with
the State Department regarding
the timetable and schedule tor
the proposi i \ i>,<
The concern stems hum the
mounting realization that the Is-
n't, li |N.sition is not fully under-
stood abroad and that without a
full appreciation of the situation
thai i onfronti d Israel in May,
1967, foreign powers and their
si it smen cannot fully undei -
stand the reasons for Israel's un-
yielding demand tor direct nego-
tiations with the Arabs on ; ai
and agreed borders before Israel
will cede any military or trading
advantage it won by the oo <
tion of t> rritorii i during the Six-
Da) War.
In the current hSSW ol Time
nia^a/ine. Mrs. Meir expressed
the conviction that the I nlted
i.oi Arthur Woltson ci Tem-
Emar.u-El. New Ycww City.
be-i named new chciir-
in of the National Jewish
lelfare Doard Jewish Music
ftunc i.
Police Search For Suspect
In Fire-Bombing of Temple
State- WOOld, in the same cir-
rojmtancaa, Mael exjtrtlj as we
are." Israelis are vttallj inter-
est. -i in a I .s. Soviet I'uion
nndentaadlng, she Mid, "but
to say it ver> bluntly, nut at
our expense."
One reason for Mrs M. Ir's L' S
visit would !- to t xplain the I-
rael position to Presidi nl Nixon
Israel's diplomatic n pi i i
fives abroad will also t> insti i I
ed to stress the events |
the Six-Da) War in 1967, remind-
forel statesmi n of the i
armies massed on Israels |
thi closing ol the Strait ol
arid Israel's utter isolation win I
no powei i ir c imbination ol
en came to its aid or even m i
mise to do so w ithin a i
ible length of time
'While Isra.l does not be
b *v war is Imminent." Mrs.
Meii told her Time magazine ln-
wers, "we have to be
pan d also in case we n isj idge II
we lose wai she point) I
I thai is the last war Tht i
wi ire nol here any more II
doesi understand this, thei >
i undi rstand our ofastinacj
Mi s. Meir visualises a sett I
nu-nt providing "agreed, secure
bo ; laries. Both adjectives ha\
importance" But she |
to discuss boundaries fur-
Ice] iring thai when C i
Nasser comes to the negoti
tin > will u woi ki d oi I
S ns : it clear, however I it
they would U- wide enough t>
prevent Israel from being cul in
Id clan d "I am nol ; i
pari thai an) bod) sho il : sal
.: i foi me the frei
ugh the Strait of Til
NEWARK N.I (JTAi The
i irch continues here for black
mllltai Is snei d of the fire-
we< k of Temple
B'nai Abraham, ol which Dr. Joa-
chim Prini is ipii itual leader.
The incl lenl followed the fail-
ure u' i t to i \' 'i t |5 000
I' Pi i.v and the alleged
kidnapping of the synagogue cus-
'' -. b) two
mem thought tt> be members of
M extn mlsl "Bl ick Pai then "
D threats on his life, the
cual idian refuai d to tell wtv n
th. i d bl lived, police said.
Di Prinz, who has long beei
in the fon front of the civil rights
movement and is well known as
i hampion of the cause Negro
rights said: "We will nol yi- I
t" an; Kind of terror ... and will
not !> intimidated by arson or
threats on our lives." Leaden of
N Mark's black community
: the fire and the kidnap-
pii in a statemi nl read to the
congregation by Dr Priiu last
Friday. Fireman bad fought th)
blaze for nearly an hour Thun-
day night.
European Council
Directs Plea to UN
No 'Jewish Seat9 In The
Supreme CourtGoldberg
|At its 4Cth annual conven-
tion, June 1-5. the National
[Federation oi Temple Men's
[CluLs will honor Rabbi Joel
|S. Gefien. director of Jewish
Theological Seminary field
Iactivities, for 25 years ol
service as its spiritual ad-
visor.
N W YORK IJTAI Former
As... i ite Justice Arthur J Gold-
berg has criticized the concept of
a "Jewish seat" in the Supreme
i art In a n- ws conference here
he affirmed that President Nixon
was not under any obligation to
! ij mate Jew as luccaaaor to
Abe Foi t.is who resigned fn
the high court last week.
"I ciui nol i when I w u
to the Suj reme Court
I it I was 11 upj Ing a Jew ish
Mi i, iidl rg s.ud. 'There
i need In our di m icrac) to
appoint a man to any instil I i
ivernmi nt to pre* rve a >-
called racial balance"
Mr. Goldberg', who i- ap-
; ii ted to the Supreme Court by
the late President Kennedy In
1962, resigned in 1965 to accept
an appointment as United S( iti -
Ambassador to th.' United Na-
\:t- r his resignation Pi
id-iit Johnson named Abe Fortas
to the high court ttn- fitth Jew
t i .. r\ e on the nation's hi
ti b mat.
STRASBOURG, vv.t-,- |JTA)
The treatment ol the Jews m
I e Sov let Union will be bl
to the attention of the t n te I
Nations, other international bod-
lea an i the national par Lam i
oi the in nations represent) i in
thi i Council ol I ui ope
with a series oi resolutions
.-, looted by the Council's plenary
mbiy here.
The .ins, mbl) acted or. a i
prepared > i co mittee heudi ;
bj foi mi r Austi ian \ ice i ban
loi I 'i Brui o I'itt' rman '
ha l i!" viousl) been approved b)
the assembly's Judiciary and po-
i. i. il committei i
The report qu ited testimony ->f
Soviet Jews regarding dis
nation against them in the Sum. t
Union, as well as anti-Jewish
statements which have appear* I
i. centl) In the Sov let pn -
Ri solutions adopted b) the
I cil of Europe, a non-ofl
adv isory bod) seeking thi
ration ol I inipe, also called n
the Sov iet Union and othei
of i- asti i:. E iropc to nd their
Arab Forces
Active Along River
'e Fortus, the filth Jew to sc:v |
[< the United States Supreme
-uit cad first to oa nominat-
for the poet of Chief Jus-
M has resigned his post on
t Court M I nag was
(led to ;'.ic Supreme Court
py Presdent Johnson it 1935.
in 1968 to be Chief Justire.
:' sai.i M (JTAI An in-
i e in activity by Arab com
n i'i forces along the Jordan
u been accompanied b) a
vlsibl) increased degree of co-
operation between regular Jor-
forcei and Arab terror-
is!-. Israeli military sources n
ooperatloii has no)
only been t ictlcel bul also op i
tionai, ai was evidenced In an
attaek Ml a fortified Israeli i-os;-
!: in Sal u i) morning when Jor-
lar.ian Arm) ai tiller) prov li -I a
"soft ning-up" barragi for the
guerrl kw to then al
and i covt i ing fin foi tht li
i i. i, ,
i into action bul the
failed to I .low up.
Is- i.-ii \ir Farce Jeta attai k-
ed til- I irdaiii.in positions Irolil
vvhteh mortar Hnit tank fire was
being directed against Israeli
pal mis in the Alleab) and Al>-
diill.ih bridge areas. No Israeli
i asii.ili n s were reported in the
sheUutg which began ba taw
inorninu and continued until
aii.iiil p.m. A Jordanian c iniinii|i!i oharged that the Is-
raeli planet had attacked the
xilli^--- of Kar.mifli and Kil-
reim.ih, killiiiK one civilian and
WOliadllll five others.
An increase In hostile activity
the Jordanian ci u
line and in the number ol il
at .'.i ep \ n u at ion int
Israel i oincided w Ith the Ma) 15
u.. ol the proclan ation
of the State ol larael. Thi
\-.. 28 tei roi 1st al tempts
to I-: ii I from a ril 19 I
milltarj sources i
n ilting ii the death if 61 il
: aboteun.
Jordanian forees opened fire
Jh-5 wi--k on Israeli patrols iii
the area just north ol the I)Pad
Sea> below the Allesib) Bridge.
and Kallia. at the norlhern tip
Ol til.- Head Sen, has lieeii the
target ol shelling. There were
no Israeli casualties.
I >ra< li pati ols iml n
i area louth I tl
S .1 '' Here a g li'lTlll.l Dai '
I th
is ha I set u| two 82 mm
with whuh to shell thi si I
nl '' Hat.- va Th
if) rw nnds bel
but noes *
ly of n
-
i nd a
is
tic propaganda at i
that Jews of the Soviet
n t- granted the sami righl -
and privil ;rs en |oj t d b) othei
koi al minonti. ~
inw rule, lio ol Mexico's
: ng writen and artists r
II) hat signed a manil i
ui the Soviet Union
. lisci imlnation against S
i, to give J- w s their i Ighta
'
and to permit I
Jews who wish to emigrate I i
the country. Among thos i
signing the statement wei Di
! u Can id.i. former dean ol th
Mexi an National University;
i Gringoire a Protestant
who is one oi the best
a -i journalists in the country,
the not.il jurist :~>i Ra
> a: : a... a l'.i\ as.
W es\ Germany
.idtli To Ratify
I .N. Convention
NITl D N \Tl NS I JTAi
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^LJ3.1969
Morris B. Abram To Be Featured Speaker
At Friends Of Brandeis University Dinner
Brandeis i inivrratt} Pi>
Man is B Abnun will be ihc fea-
ik< > .ii .1 dinner in honor
ii Brandt is V, How Li wia S Rob-
osti I .u ih. Eden K .. Hoti Sat-
rd In {inning with .1 reception
17
]>i Bernard H Keasner Mrs.
' Leeks and Lawrence
Vfc'icn will i- indw ti d as Fcl-
-- i by Miami Friends
> ol the l t. 1 \. 1 sitj al
1 sponsored bj the M
Prim u mi Brandeis Mr Al
ill dso conducl tii.' traditl
' oodinfi n monii
Mr. Rosenst* I 11 tin d 1 ha
" M board ol Schenley Indus-
iv th>' donor of the lai
eccived in the 20-
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SI 9 millii n will be u d to
-"'" 1 1 !: nstii l
Mi rth.nl Seii m Ri s< ai Cenl
whii j will u
> 100 s|. eialists .
ml lat\l I
''" Went A ,u.
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utiii election system, was appoint-
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in l!*il as the first gem ral counsel
to th.- Peace Corps In 1965, he
was named US Representative to
the United Nations Commission on
1 Human Rights. He n si d his
[Mist as senior adviser to th- I'.S
Mission u< the United Nations in
Januai >
Mr. Abram, who was born In
Fitzgerald, Ga., graduated summa
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Georgia in 1H.W anil received <
Doctor el Jurisprudence degree
from the University ol Chicago In
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mitti 1
Florida Senior Elected
To Phi Beta Kappa
Mil h.u 1 Daviii Lai k, a sen!
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in June, has Urn elei ted
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* kvistrkrHdrir
Paejs 3-A
Change Of Personnel Announced By
Israel's Consulate General In Atlanta
Oneral Ze*t B wh h hea led the ( i
i In Atlanl I I past three ye trs. '
" U ": I 1.1, who ha
.Mth thi
>l Israel Ministry I : i M Gi who
lul i July i and his wife havi
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has ted din ctor >; the Employees 1 the
' Civil Servlc m, according to ihe jinouncement
1 by th C insulate.
The Jewish War Veterans
Of South Florida
ANNOUNCE
THE MAIN MEMORIAL DAY SERVICE
Jo oUo s^/ion
or
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Kabhi Kronish To Pav
Berinan Tribute At Dinner
Rabl Leon Kronish, spiritual
fader i Temple Beth Sholom,
,..] tribute at, Fontauwbleau
til reeling Thursday night,
v 28 i Moshe Berman, retiring
1 ectoi f thf Florida regional
)ii,. e Israel Histadrut Cam-
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nth I'.ir the 13
. i /.: 1st l< i
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years in H* service "t Histadrut
in the United States.
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tion which will conclude v*ith
i lei pi r, are Dr. Kronish,
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Di I Sossin, president "f
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Fridoy. May 23. 1969
Volume 42
6 SIVAN 5729
Number 21
French Position, Lebanese Attitude
Changed By DeGaulie Resignation?
The effect* of Gen. d> Ganlh"a iralgjiatlon un.louhf.ill> will
remain MIIBasraaatllr until his iMVeflMf la electedwhether if
is th.- f avored Pompidou or 111.- surprising atrOBg INWur hut
C rl:.in siBns of Chang.....c..si.....-.l l.x his xx. I....... departure
in..> already be MM in Um Middle Kaat.
For on.- thin*. Lebanon's .1. termination not to accept French
imlitar.x aid has been strenutli.-iicl. Mid it >- imlikclx that the
new head of Kran.-.-s government will press the i"1'"' '"""
.1 uppimr to seasoned llhMPWM. charlx d.sir.-s to axoid conflict
as well as a direct break with her trab neighbor*, llthough
n mbei ..f the \r..i> beaw. I^bauoo gave onlj Up lervlce dar-
iiiK th.- -si\-la\ War. and ha denMMiatrated >i* dealn lo renWI
, voKemenl In the ronrhot bj .is determination la keep Ihe
gl ,-rnllas Iron. Bring it a- B base fur foray* .,.;,i'i-t !. iel.
Th.- Lebaaea. .,:, noted in. being ahrewd operator*. \>ul
th.-ir r.s.si.,..,. t.. French ...... ......Ultarj rnuipiuenl and to
\iah gnarrilhM tetntvbag them i>-. .. war agahasl Urael Ihej i in
not ... >s .M.l.n.- "I thhl shrewdness. Now that It,- ...nil. .s
l! .ir .mi more reaaonnble men will at the beam In I ran.-.. II
,- eatireli pofwlhle thai Leban will again act in it own Interent,
;l- it once did, brton I)..mil. losl his re won.
Soviet Press Condemns Israeli Gifts
Th.- \inil.i... of th. Kovlel In ions ittitu.k- toward Israel
h.,s omr main been demonstrated, acaaraang to a diapateh in
the \ru York Times, which reports the publir condemnation ol
a number ..I residents of Kishinev, an ini|M.rtant renter of JlWhit
M..-. for having reecixed packages of tool ami Riffs Irom relatives
in Israel. On.- of these was -, parfcftfP of mnt/os. rereixed h> Ihe
mother ol an Israeli.
Staangl) worded letter* were published t>> the soviet pre**
.i.....anrlng these, and other Mrh "provooaUry" glfta, Which arc
x.-weri as all attempt h\ Israel to .oxer up her "ba.lnr-ss." It is
aiitta apparent thai Stevtei leadera cannot lear the thought that
:.i roara ol propaganda, repression and outright persecution have
not been able t<> break Ihe atroag ti. i..-tu.-.-n the danaa ol all
ti. world, partlculaiij th. ti.- that Unda the .lew to Israel.
Ins is the spirit that has kept us alixe th.se 4.IHM) >ear.
Israel To Screen U.S. Students
WCrc sa.hl.nnl 1>> reports that AmerM-an sliul.-nls. who
ponmd Into larael In the wake i the si\-l)a> Warto help, as
well as to stu.l\ha\e l.rouuht with them some of the \ ices of
ti os.- students who remained on American ipuaea.
H.'hr.-w I 'nixerxity oliaials are l..oinin increasing eon
.. iie,l x.r the smoking hashish (the Mkl.lle I it x.rsion ol
in iri>ian. i SMnce th.- rrtval of American Madents, most <>t
\. loin ire on a one >. ar program. Wfrl some Isra.-li sliiilents
have beoome Involvod in hashish parlies. The use ot droga baa
* i.J sti-iiia in IsraelIsraeli students rrj.-4-l it btnaunv l its
...-.Million with tin- lower .lass of people and Araha. Hut its
..... In | .s. stmleiits nut> have lM-oiighl a t-ruiii;e in the. attitaue.
Urael .annol alf.ml the lu\lir> ol >oung |HM>|de who drop
Hit ol realil* through the use of .IrtMjs. Admissions iep.-es.-nta-
ti.es ol Hebrew I nixersit* h.xe beam iu*>trtirted to serei their
,IT*n*- in the IiBttBd states. Kx en the ri. h and povv.-irlul
I mted Statea ...nnof aitara' to i-onthun- kming It* .vonth in tliU
manner.
fumlorsund thai Ih. loca
ft.....( I l"'a" J"
""' ""w" "I* .
indignant l S^S
Btory in the Miami HcraW
listed the nntional organ, ation
,, a group ol ...^-";
flllBIlcing" htack nuatants
M saw a letter to the nubltsh.
, The Jewish Ftoridiafi which
cited a New Vorit Time* storj
along ti- ww '"'' "
Th. wrath Is
but mj backi
1st is such th.,; when I road
th,- storv final had been -'-
i the Chicago Trih in. -
this country's reallj rotten i
papers, mj suapfci mt wei
aroused than mj Indlgnati.
Actually. I saw rirsl ii
.-ral Catholic publicatioi I N'
tional Catholi Reportei
l tore it was prinl >- rrlb-
une and then picked up bj th.
Miami ii, '..m. I had to go bs
to the t.' s to so wh> I -
o ised too. The facts a I
the Tribum 's stai I i
lions' '
i
trill.
iss
10 his t
mj n xx as I
ba Ii.
\,.'.\, ,l i!) publi
tat
ties had <
Intel
Community Orgai ..
tm mber bodi. ol IFCH
. u-ht Protestanl di nominal
tl National Catlv
and '' Ann -ri. an Jewl
hi it t. whose Rabbi Man Tai -
m.nba :""
[no
vears. IT
aktrgelj btaeK
m:,!1 makb
and rui ';
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I to militant
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by EDWARD COHEN
Black A i lira I ami a Black.
1 vf.-ini.iii'.ti Li a:
Nirw that I know mon j J>r
not s> ortain that it ,.,
put-OB" as 1 first |
h a ,- i tain aiiK.iu.t ,.:
naa m '"' "' x^h..t a rji^.
place tbaM days :...t i: ,
v. us.-, ettlaef atai I
\ iiut-l that tit.- aenai
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than tOJQ marks for th. ,
ck i" n* I Teaj
Buftrst I lor I
th. u froi
i u.i, tie woali t.
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Iteada waaid tv.t i- ii
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MATTER OF FACT
by JOSEPH ALSOP
WASHINGTON tl
oingful arson continues in t
unix'ersities, the Cangress is go-
to respond with almost un-
ivstraJned ferocity And Ihkj will
i* acutel) damaging since the
al government now ; i
a quai t'-t ol the total
I American highei education
The storm signals ought to be
cleai i" anyone with the excop-
:
i r -. t
thi-
nly la, i,lih ^
help reflecting are th

r., ith ad sboul Vb t
Nan And i -1 : I I
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locul
sit iea lol
lers,
Iherwaa ,
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pouring ...
j i v 1'. .:
tii.
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We Congratulate A Dedicated Woman
Ti.. x.r> nam. ..I the argaahtatiaa Was In ( mnnuiaMy
s.. rxi..------.-rx.-s to .WsnilH its new uallwml preidaVnt. Mr-
s Usfaa C. Mxers For. exen iix.re than most rinmaudl> Ud.rs.
Msnaajaa Martha afyera is tral) stadtnatea to eemauaity alas.
It is hartllx n.c-ssarx to reeontrt the broad ran*, of Mrs.
MyaajP artlilllsa aa iaaaar of ihe National townrii of Jewish
W-mistii. I uile.1 Fund. XmericiOi Red ChOaa, Greater Miami .lew
isti Federation. J. uish Fan.llx ad t hWr.-'s Hervlee. aial other
Ma nod pliilanthropic orKani/ations and institutions, for her
work has touched the Ux.s of most of us. We rmigratulate Mrs.
Mxera, .mi this latest reccnition of her whilitx. and the inter-
faith, bt-rartal aagaalaatioa for lu
, tbeae pena
M -
J \'-
-i has bat *-'
lac uoavi it .:
. ,! ..
II,
'
j4-.ii Tl.. LagH
prculsar ton i
to stablbrii
ahi
I. tw.. ii Itl fat
traton ,,i ti ui
i. (on .' -
gan to U- i.ra. Ii
,-. via- rrnuuki I .
, ojn-s* to vorj
oul oJ aaaad And ih.
earth will i- abl. i
sga on ttv- aPfa ipnataoi
xha-b will h.
av.k aasnad at tt><
Re,.. C*>tk. Mahos i [*'
irar saj;.- iimun %t
AanajosarkitkaW I
full agr
Hi i.,i. .. -
leaKiH- had I-
lightning red ^.-.
loik-i.... tat
with ajiyUtlng lik- -.
The.
Han tf ocU b.
and (TiaiiiiiHi.
tamly dx, tie. b.
dull UM knal I
Conrinood on Paf '^*


Friday, May 23. 1969
+Jknitf fhrkMaw
J W V Honors War Dead At Serview CAR1H Chai**' hwtsJiatton s,-t
Paqe 5-.-.
Memorial Day, Friday, May 30,19:90 m w.-st mi
H"'l"'"m:"r'"""'i hy '"" ,v- SotomonPoat 243 SSL? \"'% *1,J h' Temple Nei
.ii#i .ru-i i.imifi Saturday, May 31
'"" Star ... David Cemetery.
Ti... Ham H Coben SurtUde -
Hay Haitoi POM u,|| ,,!a((. .
wreath at rhc Cenotaph, nth St
Washington Ave.. Miami
partmenl <>f Florida, Jewish War
Veteram ol the United State* with
two eervicea honoring th<- memory
ii ail deceaaed veteran.
Michael Schechter, c<>mmnnd ..f the Department of Florida.' i*ach a, *,' M,Hmi
M. Will ..-a, N* ,,. annual SSS^ff ^,^;r'I^':>i
numonal Service at 11 a.m. in js, .,,,. ?L ,' ""
Mourn Nebo Cemetery. 9506 NW American Legion.
3rd SI The Greater Miami Rab- A monument |n memory of the
binkaJ Association will be repre- '''' Marvin K.>\ ni be unveiled
*. nti-d by a croup of rabbfti headed "' P-nt. in the .twv s. ctlon Oar-
by I'.ahhi Alfred Waxman of Tern- den of Rden Division, Vista Memo-
pie Zion. i rial Qardi ns O metery. 14200 NW
Additional services will be h. M Av" Mr,tT,mc :<\ wrv-
in 9:90 p.m. In the Jewish War
Veterans section "i Vlsts Memo- C7 I ~1 f i
rial Gardens Cemetery, 14990 NW w*l the <^ Knit
57th Ave., under th- direction of
national executive committee- '-iMTtR.
Ralph Lamperi ] "'"|
loria
l a ,:
Memoi i.
i linlr
posts in
Da) ictivittcs ail
fcV< it Miami I t 22
Tifereth Jacob Installs Slate
'mph iiiervtn Jaeuh ui i in
its m !> i i
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i-man vice president R ibert
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The l.wish Mondial):
with inten si \,,ur ,.,|,.
the \ i m Jew ish
Itee'i l..i in, Studies"
Surw > B< for. th. Vmerii m Ji w
Bh "<.rtinii11. |.. ,.,.,,.
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I- to th. ir
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'.-. I Ith issue
' > ns. in which
the Ameri | It tee is
miza-
tions who hi-.,.- lusands ol
taut oi Raniza-
lions support nation-v
riots
it ion I m
will
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II \\\ \ll | H-RI8N
North Miami Rraw h
Adath Yeshurun Cook-Out

the temple I -.
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Miniatures painted with "Pallet" knife in all
colors to coordinate with your color scheme.
Limited Editions of Signed Lithographs by famous
artists Including Israeli and American
wall Decor and Decorative Easels
Keproductions custom-framed for Groupings to com-
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Speciol selection ol many Pointings, Lithos, ond
Prints at Savings up to 50%
Hours: Mon. thru Sat 10 am 5 pm
Evening Friday and Saturday 'till 9 pm
'"hone; 865-5150 And By Appointment
Temple Beth'Am will hold me-
moria service. Fridaj eve.
May 30, when Rahl.i Herbert M
Baumgarti will lead the tribute to
Hiosewho haw died in the s.tu,,
of the,,- country. Col. Arthur K
'""" Jewish War Veterani Post 77*
win participate in the ceremony
Day Camp Registration
Mr and Mrs, Leonard Green-
baum hue registered their chil-
,,!' n' '' B ami N..j|. 5, in lh(,
summer daj camp at th. y\i
VWHa oi (;,. au i Miami, 9500 SW
8th St Camp director is Ira Stein-
mete,
BB Unit Sets Final Meeting
Menorah Chapter ol B'nai B-rith
''" will ln.1,1 ita lavi i. Kular
tine of th. si -., ..
Tuesdaj in the Washington i-'.-.i-
1231 Washington Av. Mian i
ich.
Women's Division Luncheon
Floi Ida Wonv n's I >i isioi ol the
' ition
v as lo hold a lui rheoi imes in.l
< i |rty Thurs i ij ni T.
N. r Tamid Roll
Mm. i irg0
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8 CONVENIENT OFFICES SERVE DADE COUNTY
Main Office
101 East Flsolcr Street
AILiDSttsh Branch
1400 NW 36th St
Skv Lake Branch
18300 NE. 19th Avt.
Tamiami Branch
1901 SW 8th St.
Edison Center Bl
5S00 N W 7th Ave
Kendall Branch
US 1 at S W 104th St.
Nort'i Miann Erani h
12600 N W 7th Ave
Cutler Ridac Branch
10808 Caribbean Blvd.
The regular Dade Fcdrtal office hours are 9AM to 4 30 P M
tXTRA HOURS tor yotr, convenience the Main Office end Sky Lake Office lemun open MONDA Y nights til 8 PM..
All other Branch Offices remain open FRIDAY nights til 8 P M. >


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Friday. May
Drives Breaks '68 Record; $3,500,000 Raised
Miami Leaders Participate
In Human Needs Conference
Robert Russ< 11 and Shepard
Broad will represent Greater Mi-
ami at the Conference on Human
N.t-ds in Israel, from June 16-19
in Jerusalem, which will be at-
ttnded by more than .TOO leaden
ti! Jewish communities world-wide.
The president and chairman of
the board of Kusscll Aluminum
Corp.. Mr. Russell is general cam-
! a.gn chairman of the 1969 Com-
11mil Jewish Appeal-Israel Emer-
gi ncy Fund campaign of the
eater Miami Jewish Federation.
A vice president if Federation and
( i Temple Israel oi Gn at. r Miami.
ha is also a trusti e of Mars of
inon Hospital and rvea as a
ector of the Central Bank and
Trust Company. He is chaii nan ol
i | strud IP
: the Presid
The Alun i in
row
1 jinc< 1947, Mi I
y, is i hail
\ s As-

affiliated Fli

mt Sinai Hos]

: I i f i t ru s t e>
t and
orary life president of Temple
Beth Shalom
The conference will dial with
Israel's Immigration absorption
and related needs in the next dec-
ade. "After ~*o years ot responding
to emergency after emergency.
land while other emergencies will
haw to tx- met the purpose now
]s i, ... i's lor achievement to
{overcome rather than only allevi-
ate problems, to bring th. depend-
ent to self-support and to lives ol
dignity and decency wherew r pos-
til ',. ." Mr. Russell stat> d
Specifically, the coi f< rence will
addn ss itsw if l immigration,
u'v : and financing are
- of alternative
oi volume, sources I
imn veto] ment
where most ol the ui
'
t will be i
"
rvices. especi .- for I
li

Is v
; .,,, Miami Jewish Fi d-
i 1968 Combined Mrij
Appes Israel Emergei
i continued Its rapid p
with more than $3.5 million se-
cured u ot this week, but leaders
. luln dr,vt which supports
3S life-giving sg ncies si I rvjees
Greater Miami area. nation-
al!) i, Israel and in othel C
tries observed that greater in-
creases to both funds sr> s must
t,, cnal k th. eoiimmi.it> to reach
;oal.
I .,. h solicitor in the legion ol
l 500 volunteer worki rs is b< ing
urged to intensify all ff< "- '"
bring the facts on the critical
needs confronting Jewish life in
m g to (,. atti lion ol v rj fam-
nmunity." saW Robert
era! esanpalgn cftair-
,,t pledges t
tributori art set to "- re-
ceived in this year's caunpalgi We
. tiai increases to
tacrUteial lifts Ui th.
K ,. n that Greater
Miami Jewo can fulfill cotn-
mitment'
Aa dosens ol campaign
continued to bi heM In ever) *
tkin. further evadrnee unders.....I
. .. cj conditions confrontlni
BUILDERS TRADES
DINNER RESCHEDULED
The dati ai
the first annual I
: I hi 1969 I
J< wish
Fund
beci
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ion 1
CJA Dinner June 5th
Honors Leon Kaplan
WINDOW ^.|
SCREENS i
RE-WIRED
t
: its
ervice I
Mi Kapla
and natioi i w -
t numl
H : '
|< nt foi the | it 1
itlon vice
t ami chaii man ol its cash
collections and bu lg< I committi
end for two decades has been a
mber ol Its e cutivi commit-
! A past president of the YM-
YWHA of Cnat. r Miami anil a
lormer vice president of Jewish
Family and Child;, n's Si n id Mr
Kaplan is a past president ol Con-
gregation Beth El, and has |ust
completed six years as vici presi-
I oi the National Jewish Wei-
ri ird, where h< i hair-
poi tai' nati
mittees Hi it ol the
County ar,.l American Bar
Associations.
Leas than two weeks aft. 1 Mr
Kaplan assumed office, the June
1967 Six-Day War broke out. The
munity responded magnifi-
i :y and r.ns. d
: .
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:
int I
with i
staten ta init;
" rs
During I
nmunit) Cha
into its ow n It has tx en
jtn ngtl ened and is now a full
functioning service under Federa-
t ion auspices
Under Mr. Kaplan's leadership,
the community has accepted re-
sponsibility for resettlement of 12
refuge* families from behind th.
Iron Curtain and from Moslem
countries, marking the first time
m in years that such a pier:
i i n ui d< rtaken Th. first
three of th. ^ fan ilies have al-
ready arrived and been absorbed
into the Greater Miami Jewish
munity,
"Under Leon Kaplan's leader-
ship." stated Arthui S Ftosichan,
xi < utivi din i tor <>f th. Greater
Miami Jewish Federation, "our
community has achieved a spirit of
1 mmunity lldar-
Ity and matui
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Friday. May 23. 1969
Dr. Goodman Aids
fn Conferences
On Rehabilitation
Pr Michael Goodman, executive
trertor "i th<- Jewish Vocational
Service, ha* !><< n askni by JVS
r. siiiont Charles Hort/off to at-
1th1 several conferences in the vo-
( .tional rehabilitation field during
t i. next few weeks.
n will help in the planning of
a I> Paul University program on
Fiscal Ak ountinK by Depart- '
vnts in Sheltered Workshop Re-
abllitation" in Chicago, and will
i iimd th<- National Conference <>f
. i wish Communal Service in N'>
ork City, participating as a pom l
(^airman on "Careers in Jewish
I ornmunal Service." At the same
t n,< h< will take an active part in
1 planning program of the Jew-
ish Kvupattonal Council, the na-
.,! connlinatini: body for Jew-
i-h Vocational Scrviei Bgenciea
roughoul the country.
li< cguae of his long aaociation
nh work in tin Held of the n -
' ibilltation of the disabled, l>i
Iman has been in\ited to par-
ipatc In a program sponson i by
Ni 1 k ity's Federation "i Ihe
!' .(, !>. '- I 'oil.
Columbia i if. R|
'. ,i m hi,h w ill implement
; ii, hon bo it
;. lo enter th*
j m n1
hi w ho has beet
' (I 'A
195K. will all
...
\ latlon "i S
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CfOffCf MAUH
George Malin Now
Both Am President
! orgi Malin has been eh eti !
to wrvi aa pn lidenl of Temple
Beth Am for the coming ycai The
rosti r "t offli < n for 1969-70 also
includes Barton Udell, executive
vict I n Maxw< l! >,
\ fred !.. ii- rl .ind Willian Sai -
w i i. ski nts rV rn ird I;< i dn u
ll.ii rj I, H
Mi 11 Schultz
s
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| what ai I I m,
when
Notice Of Annual Meeting
JEWISH VOCATIONAL SERVICE
AND
REPORT OF NOMINATING COMMITTEE
I" oceor.onc* with th* By-law*, th Naminatiaf Committee it pleaied- t.
"""""' *ht th Ullowin* (mine*, far Micert and fear*! et Directors
"ill aa prettfttt*1 <** election at the Urthcom.nq Aaaaal Mcctiaf of the
Jewish Vocational J.rk*. Such Annual Meeting will be held on Thr.dor
Jim* 19. 194f, at *.a ia th* Baby A>dit.rivm of rfce j*wib Home far
th* A9*a. 151 N.E. S3aa Street Miami, Florida.
OFFICERS
PRESIDENT
HONORARY PRESIDENT
VICE PRESIDENTS
TREASURER
ASSISTANT TREASURER
SECRETARY
ASSISTANT SECRETARY
STUART RCTHCHILD. CPA
SAM J Ml MAN
WILLIAM J BAROS. JR
ANDREW A GELLER. CLU
ABEL HOLTZ
JOHN SHAPIRO
ALLAN P WILSON CPA
RONALD L ALBERT. CLU
MARVIN I WIENER
SAM STARK
BOARD OF DIRECTORS (3 Year Terms)
MRS VEUR A BASKIN
V\ ILLIAM J BAROS. JR
THOMAS BRANDEIS
STEPHEN CARNER
SCL CENTER. M D
MRS CHARLES P FEINBERC
SAMJ HE1 MAN
ABEL HOLTZ
STUART RCTHCHILD. CPA
LLOYD L RUS*' N
JOHN SHAPIRO
DAVID SILVER
It Year Uneip.red Vacanoen
SAMUEL A FELDMAN. PH D ROBERT CRUDER
M FELDSTEIN iRVINKATZ
RONALD 'MELLOW. M D
Submitted By The Nominating Committee
MRS CHARLES P. FEINBERC.
Cr hairman
MARSHALL S HARRIS.
Cc 'hairman
ANDRE w GELLER
ALBERT J HIRSCM
ABEL HOLT/
S RONALD PALLOT
STUART ROTHCHILO
LLOVOL RuSn n
JOHN H SHAPIRO
\OTICL OF INNl AL WETlNG
Greater Miami Jewigh Federation
and
REPORT OF NOMINATING COMMITTEE
LAlA,NCt Wl E BYLAWS' THE NOMINATING COMM.TTEE IS PLEASED TO
025222 AT E FOLlOW,NG NOMINEES FOR OFFICERS AND GOVERNORS WILL B^
PRESENTED FOR ELECTION AT THE FORTHCOMING ANNUAL MEETING OTHE rRFAT
5Tai J^,SoarEDERAT,ON SUCH ANNUM *^W^M^^?HI^A?^J?|
5th AT 730 P.M. AT THE FONTAINEBLEAU HOTEL. JUNE
HONORARY PRESIDENT
p'reI.den? PAST ""ES.OENT:
VICE PRESIDENTS:
TREASURER:
ASSOCIATE TREASURER:
SECRETARY:
ASSOCIATE SECRETARY:
SAM BLANK
A J HARRIS
SAM J HEIMAN
HOWARD KANE
SAM BLANK. Chairman
LEONARD L ABESS
LEO A CHmiKIN
JOSEPH COHEN
NATHAN H DARSKY
HAROLD ABBOTT
RICHARD ABEL
MAURICE ABELSON
SAMUEL ADLER
WILLIAM AG.-ANOy E
A J ALE XANDER
SIDNEY D ANSIN
H WMS APTE
STANLEY ARKIN
NEY ARONO.ITZ
COL JACOB M ARVEY
J WILLIAM BAROS
MEYER B A n.l N
JEROME B L A\-
ROBERT M JR
MARVIN BR.'AbO
t ELLE BRENNI
HARI
RICHARD BRICK MAN
ALV". CAS5EL
UR SCL CENTER
MAX V COCEN
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M i A E N
JUDGI MO CYPEN
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mrs larry, frieli vno
-ldgem'ltona friedman
sydney cans
joseph gardner
JOSEPH GARFlELD
JOSEPH GASSEN
HARRY GENET
RICHARD GEKsTE'N
DR ARTHUR GILBERT
MRS LOUIS GLASSER
GEORGE GOLDBERG
HAROLD GOLDFARB
LOUIS E GOLDMAN
MARVIN GOLDMAN
SAM GOLDMAN
MRS BURTON B GOLDSTEIN
CHARLES GOLDSTEIN
MRS SOL GOLDSTciN
DR ELLIOT GORDON
OFFICERS
SAMUEL N FRIEDLAND
LEON KAPLAN
MILTON WEISS
^H.!P.ARD BROAD. DAVID P CATS MAN. DAVID B. FLEEMAN I cnM
ARD ROSEN. ROBERT RUSSELL """'"' LEON
HARRY B SMITH
DANIEL NEAL HELLER
L JULES ARKIN
MORTON SILBcRMAN
PAST PRESIDENTS
AARON M. KANNER
SIDNEY LEFCOURT
JOSEPH M LIPTON
STANLEY C. MYERS
MAX OROVITZ
TRUSTEES
SAM A GOLDSTEIN
ERNEST JANIS
SAML EL KIPNIS
DR IRVING LEHRMAN
BARON fle HIRSCH MEYER
GOVERNORS AT LARGE
DR PHILIP GCLIEB
DR GEORGE GRAHAM
SATHAN s Ql MENICK
MAURICE GUSVAN
MRS TRIB. HA\ EMSCHLAG
DR JOSEPH HArtRlS
.IS HARRIS
SHALL S r-ARRIS
MORTON HILL
ALBERT J HIRSC H
RICHARD HORWICH
DR NORMAN s .AHFEE
DONALD A KAPLAN
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MORTON M A R C L S
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M '- S ANN A G M f LRS
E V E L I N
ALEX MILLER
ROBERT MiLLER
MORR b MiNOV
HARRY MIZRACH
SALL MORGAN
SAM MUFSON
ALEXANDER MUSS
STEPHEN MUSS
KENNETH M MYERS
MRS STANLEY C MlERS
SAMUEL NORK EEN
MRS EDWIN OPPENHEIM
E ALBERT PALLOT
NORTON S PALLOT
CLIFFORD PERLMAN
MRS HARRY PLATOFF
ORGANIZATIONAL DELEGATES
DAN B RUSKIN
JACOB SHER
WILLIAM D SINGER
CARL WEINKLE
BEN MEYERS
A J MOLASKY
JOSEPH M ROSE
MRS SAMUEL SIMONHOFF
HARRY SIRKIN
MRS CARLWElNKLE
LOUIS POLLER
A RICHARD POLLACK
joseph a pos r
JACOB HAB.NOVvITZ
MORRIS RA8INOWITZ
WILLIAM RAf-KiND
MRS MAT ILDA RATNER
SV REESE
DR MAURICE RICH
COL NATHAN 8 ROOD
MRS CARRIE ROSEN
LLIAM S RUBEN
IRVING RUBIN
MORTON Rl sSACK
D^ LESTER RuSSIN
EL T sapiro
MRS HOWARD R SC H A R L I N
R Y l N '.VAN
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MRS HEN^YSElT. \
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Ml NCLLL M. SELIG
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ANNE TANENBAUM
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ROBERT H THAURIG
I HOWARD TRINZ
S' AN L E Y S WATTS
JULIAN WEINKLE
-CSEPH WEINTRALB
WILLIAM WEINTRALB
M A X W tISBLATT
MAX W EITZ
IRVING WEXLER
A B WIENER
DR SIMON WILENSKY
MRS OSCAR ZELTZER
LEONARD ZILBERT
HARRY ZUKERNICK
oubjoct to change pending new appointments)
RABBI MAYER ABRAMOWITZ MAX GLEIBERMAN
JAMES M ALBERT MRS BURTON GOLDBERG
MRS FLORENCE ALBERTS DR. MICHAEL GOODMAN
WILLIAM ALPER JACK GORDON
MRS MORRIS ALPERT MRS MILTON S GREEN
RABBI SHIMON AZULAY ABRAHAM GRUNHUT
SAMUEL PASCOE
MAURICE PEARLSTEIN
JACK S POPICK
MILTON BALSAM
RABBI DR H M. BAUMGARD
OH MELVIN BECKER
ALBERT BEER
MYRON M BEHRMAN
MRS. RUTH J BERGER
PHILIP BERKOWiTZ
THEODORE BERMAN
ELLIOT D BLUMENTHAL
ALFRED BOAS
MAX BODERMAN
LOUIS BRESLER
JAMES BRESLOW
MAX BRESLOW
HYMAN CHABNER
BYRON S. CHERKAS
ISIDOR A COHEN
A BUDD CUTLER
BENJAMIN CUTLER
DR MAXWELL DAUER
MRS JACK DIAMOND
ISAAC DONEN
LOUIS EASTON
LEON A EPSTEIN
MATTHEW D ETTINGER
MRS AARON FARR
MRS HAROLDrELOMAN
MARION FELDSTEIN
JACK M FiNK
LEON D FISHER
EFRAIM H GALE
ANDREW A GELLER
MRS LEO GELVAN
sML'FL GERTNER
s AN. EY GILBERT
BEN CILLER
MRS BENJAMIN HAMMERMAN
MRS DANIEL NEAL HELLER
CHARLES HERTZOFF
MORRIS HONIGBAUM
ARTHUR D HORWITZ
ELI HURWITZ
MRS GEORGE ISRAEL
IRVING JACOBSON
MRS IRVING KAPLAN
AARON KATZ
JACK KATZMAN
MRS MAX KERN
ALAN KESSLER
RABBI MORRIS KIPPER
ISIDOR H KRAMER
FRANKLIN D KRELTZER
RABBI LEON KRONISH
RABBI SOL LANDAU
BERNARD LANGBERG
MOE LEVIN
MORRIS LEVITT
DR MAX A. LIPSCHITZ
l-ERNARD I MANDLER
MRS MOSE;, MEYER
MRS lIL! IAN HAMM
"H R NAROT
JOSEPH NEVEL
MORRIS NEWMARK
SAM NIEBiKu
ALBERT E OSSiP
GEORGE OS'iP
COL SIDNEY H PALMER
RABBI JOSEPH RACKOVSKY
GIL RAPPAPORT
JACOB RIFKIN
MRS CHARLES ROSENBERG
HERSCHEL ROSENTHAL
RALPH ROSOFSKY
STUART ROTHCHILD
MRS DONALD RUBIN
MARKR RLBIN
IRVING SAAL
MRS SAMUEL Z SAKRAIS
JACK SCHENKMAN
IRVING R SCHWARTZ
MRS SIDNEY M SCHWARTZ
MRS LOUIS SCHWARTZMAN
PAUL SEIDERMAN
ARTHUR SELEVAN
MRS JOSEPH SHAPIRO
MRS LAWRENCE SILVERMAN
MORRIS SIMON
JOSHUA Z STADLAN
EDWARD STERN
JAMES --TERN
RABBI TIBORH STERN
HAROLD STRUMPF
CILFFORD SICHMAN
MRS CARL SUSSKIND
GEORGE J TALIANOFF
ARTHUR N TEITELBAUM
SAMUEL WEINER
MRS IRV ING WEXLER
LAWRENCE WIENER
HENRY E WOLFF
.CSEPH Y'ANICH
MARTIN ABRAHAM ZACROISKY
DR WALTCR P ZAND
NI ZILBER
-ERMAN


ISPICTHKLY SUBMITTED
HARRY B SMITH. Cha rman
N n nating Committee
MENDELL M SELIG.
Se< retary
GREATER MIAMI JEWISH ^DERATION
1317 Biscoyne Boulevard. Miami
FR 3 0411


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Confirmation Set At Beth Sholom
IS..1.,
Fortj I ijnj and RMi ol Teni|il-
Bel i Sholom who received their
.1 nation o i tifh-ati-s al last
Friday evening's services were to
lx confirmed at 7:,10 p.m. Thurs-
day. Dr. Solomon l.ichlcr ami Mrs.
David Miller, cocnairmm of the
temple's board of education, have
announced. Inscribed Bibles, B gift
from the Sisterhood, have been
presented to the i;roui>.
Them* of this year's confirma-
tion service is "GrMsar Covenant."
a i>ai;eant prepared by the con-
flrmands under the direction <>f
Rabbi Leon Kronish. A reception
i their honor will follow the
- : ice
confirmation parents' com-
mitt ided b] Mrs Stanley
1 \ : an
Mrs. J rdo Mrs Ralph l
ert Levy Mrs
I, ikst id Mrs I (avid Davis, Mrs.
Leon Unger, Mrs. Seymoui Silver-
man and Mrs. Louis F. Snetman
Mei I* II -'' lw taw
,i. Jimmy, ">n f Abnim Itak-
... RmuM S torn at Ml ana Mm
s r.. in.in. Janaf Margol, an
i > i, ,.f Mr and Mm Jrmnw ''
on, AlrtLli Lee, Stosghter <1 Mi
Mr. Leon Kit:: Ofcndfti l-J nn nau-
prhiT of Mr sn4 Mr* DvM Davla,
Man Lee. -" "t Mr* SnjBBal 1". ..
Icr, Jeffre) ". aen "' Mr ",l Mr
mi. Dreinln. Barrj .' mm*. -
Mr and Mr* OttBtave I. Drexel Enid
(lain Btoateln daustilrr < Mr* Ku<
Wool! MnMnln Oajr. daughter al Mr
.-.i Mm Donald l*lniiin-r. l-'av '
laujHiter of Mr and Mr- Lao rran
k, l. John Kleevnan, ana Mr rt
Mi. ,i,...|.ii Owden, "..-.il I'.-iii dau
. .i Mi ..'ill Mm Laoi flarfli Id.
iw-borah Mar) daughter Mr
Mrs la> k fSordon, (.elghton <" J
Mi and Mr. Myron Hamai fill-
ford Itarry, won of Mr.- Marilyn Hark
and Ariliur Hark, !--! dallltl
..f Mi and Mm -'.....''V.
A.li i. .n. Sui ihuuthti i of Ml
\i,-. M< J r Kotlrr Howard Bi
mil \i -. Martin Kara* II I'
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|r lad \l>- M.nuu-1 Rn*k n t
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MORRIS & RUTH LERNER
HARRY ZUCKERMAN
Catering for All Occasions
Established In 1945
Famous
471 WASHINGTON AVE.
JE 1-3987
MIAMI
FACtUTIES BEACH
^esfaurant
\OW 0PEX 7 BAYS A WEEK
The Studio Restaurant
LUXURIOUS DINING
ELEGANT FRENCH CUISINE
For So- | New and C "' Area
2340 S.W. 32nd Ave. 443-2536
Call For I lformation Before Going To Tre Tlieafre
Visit Our New Cockfoil lounge
EL n.lTf WHO SPANISH RESTAURANT
Speciolfy of the House "PAEUA VAIENCIANA"
Open 11:30 A.M. Til 11 P.M. Doily
|2322 N.W. 7th STREET, MIAMI Phon 642-90431
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OPEN FRIDAYS AND SUNDAYS
731 WASHINGTON AVENUE
PHONE 538-5401
Till: w O: ''
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const
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THE BEST CHINESE FOOD IN MIAMI
BEACH. WI CATIf TO PARTIES
AHD AIS0 HAVE TARE4X/T
SEfV ICf
Specializing in Contoneir Fooi'
Serving Fram 11:30 A.M. 11 P.M.
601 Washington Avenue
Miomi Beach
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SMALL GROUP LEAVING MIAMI ON JUNE 26th
HERB RAU
WILL RE YOUR PERSONAL GUIDE
TO FOUR FASCINATING CITIES:
LONDON, ROME
PARIS & BERLIN
\ J V. .1 tNJOv TWO WEEKS OF FIRS' CtA ;
EUROPLAN NloMT liFl JN SUM StGHTSEElN
GOURMET DINING, ANO FABl'tOUS SHO*"" N
RESERVATIONS ARE LIMITED
BXJR,DUSrE,S Q
MIAMI BEACH STORE a 1672 M.r,d>nCl.........5 3 8-4517
16 3rd ST. SHOPPING CENTER ....................v-5.i30i
MIAMI 22 I Hoql" St ......
FT lAUDERDAll STORE 115 S Ano.r- A.c 5 2 i -': 3 #
Or"ni'd Pt A" ^rtixn^or
congratulations to the people of
ISRAEL
on the
21st anniversary
of statehood
CHANDRIS LINES >".
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Come! There's so
much to see in Israel*
Modern Israel iwierf m its 21sl y
hood Brealh* its air. thr.ll in its Sigrits GrefV l
Route sailings are planned to coincide v'tn
cultural festivities m Israel Continental cuisme ,
Kosher meals under strict supervision of a M.. f
Rabbi and Synagogue grace both our ships Si
decks, open air pools, lounges, nightclubs. bai'">
SAIUNGDA'CS M.,2; Jun. 73 A^g 'S
S*p> <6. >'
Nov 10 0i f
OLYMPIA QUEEN ANNA MARIA
W. GREEK LINE ^
345 S I Firvt Si...I Mim H^4 377-J?
SAFETY INFORMATION The OLYMPIA and QUf'N *,,,,
MARIA, registered in Greece meet Intemation*
Standards for new ships developed in 1948 and
fire safety requirements
v S
an oppo.tumry to visit t*lis dyn.<
CN THE ELEGANT
AMERIKANI3
Sailing from New York August 29 Arriving R'f* Se^trl*
SAFETY IHF0RM*TIOf I


r:iday. May 23, 1969
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INTRODUCTORT
FFER
W7HODUCT0HT
FFW
MAJOR TUNE-UP SPECIAL
[Philip Goldman center, president of Cleve-
Jlcr.d Friendship Club, presenting a check of
[S7000 for the 1969 Combined Jewish Ap
[peel-Israel Emergency Fund Campaign to
Sender M. Kaplan of the Greater Miami
Jewish Federation. Left to right. Ben Litman
program chairman; Mr. Kaplan. Mr. Gold
mem;. Morns Erlich. vice president, and Al-
bert Shaewitz. treasurer.
bnfirmation Class Presenting Cantata Confi,in A ** hm
Rabbi Alfred VVaxrnan will offi-
Conftrroatton Class of Beth
Congregation "|!l present .i
i ".!! iisal.tn Ji .\ of I h<
,ii ih" ai Mm B p m P*i Idas
tion s ~..i Landau the cantata a ill
led t>> Cantor William Lip-
!' th Dav ill choir din
! an.
the 1960 onfirma-
imm Kai Arono-
lan I '.! ks, Sheldi I
I in, Ml-
ii
Gottlieb. Marilyn Grrcno. Jan
' an, Ftegina Hi rn u Judy
'' k Ka ii -i iart
Krantz Deniae Lipaoi Mir i Lo-
3ti n Lundy, Jamie Mil-
' i is < aatp. Andy Po i. Ii Jan
Rai Lawn nee Sa u Is, MolUr
- dn w, J..s. ph Schai tei k
s. ii.ii.. Jonathan Shavin, Bonnie
SolUi Vrnold Sirull, ElU-n Smith.
koloff, Aim..' Stein, Das Id
Strrnah in, Richard Swerdlii Da-
v'd I Madelim Traurig,
Wit kind and I di< Wolf.
' lati at th' confirmation cere-
hi lit i>> T. mpie Zkm
at 8:15 | Pridaj In the main
tuary.
''''" i inds are S itan Ar-
! DisGlantz,
,;": aid G n. D an Kan.-. Linda
Knopn ai i i< no i ewnthal, Ron-
aid Pc-ppi i. Jam i Potash Bonnie
S Erk
Steinberg, Michael Taub, Judy
Ti ltd i St. en Wcintraub and
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OUR MOBILE ELECTRONIC
LAB COMES TO YOU
ANYWHERE!! ffMST TIME ANYTIME!!
prici includes IN MIAMI AREA price includes -
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"an exc/ting new
experience in driving!"
unmatched:
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it. Your tor seems to glide over the highway
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balance ond the softness of the raaial plies.
Handling safety. Turn the wheel ar.d the
t.'Ps respond instantly. No log, no Sao/.
Traction safety. The wide open tieod
print of the Amoco 120 S5 Radal Ovol ac-
tually produces 10t> more safe traction
then o conventional tire. No squirming or
norrowmg action due to tne stabilising bcit
tnder the tread.
Speed performance. The combined wide
Ovol design with its Indionapolu heritage
ond the rodiol belt construction produces a
tire that has on extra 15-20 MPH safety fac-
tor above any conventional tire.
Shock ond puncture resistance. The
rig 3'ty of the stabilizing belt ond Mei
b.uty of th radial plies combine to <)<
tribute impact over a greoter ceo.
American"
Three times more strength than ovemge
original equipment tires ond thirteen
times better on puncture resis'ance.
Mileage. With the sfoblmng belt there
is on'y a slight motion of treod elements.
Ths ond the abrasive resistonce of the
compound practically douDles the lira
lite compared to the overage of original
< pment tires.
It's constructed differently than any
conventional tire
It takes 3 times longer to moke than
a conventional tire
It looks wider ... ond it is
The ride is unique ond secure com*
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It's o gas saver
It's reversible ... red stripe on one
ttde ... dual Kite on the other ... it s
two tires in one
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Friday. May 23,
MM
by RABBI tHANUll RACKMAN
Festival of Shavuoth
THESE WO! be a new emph is In
van.-,- of the Festival ol Shevuol I
theme ol Rev.
,! holiday, la remote fi m our hn>
cern Rather we shaU ponder the theme ol
basic obedience to the rundamental rules that m
tor 0rdei knd securit) In society Oui countrj
,.,.., crisis and the unprecedented campus
moil are rasp tor the change In Ju
wnerallj and on Shevuol n |
tocus of our living and yearning, and il \s law n <
religion, not theology, and not even God. the
present* under attack The rebels clenfJn
our meal basic value and what can one saj to mow
who will listen to reason?
m essence what the rebels are saying Is that
the disadvantaged cannot be bound by any law th:.
stands in their way as they seek to achieve what
for thorn are "non-negotiable objectives, how
secure wouM then lives and limbs be if other groups,
with antithetical objectives, acted the same waj
* Indeed, in America the rebeta are tow and then
advenaries are many. The self-interest of the tow
would wj.rr.int more respect f.>r the very law
which protect, them from the wrath of an ever-
incrcasinK croup of Citizens that is losing its paa-
ence with the Insurgents, what the rebels may
precipitate is a strong, police state in which the)
and all minorities. Will suffer the tyranny of the
majority. The democratic process is still the best
way available to them to improve then- lot, rather
than further depress It, and the soverelgnt) o law,
rather than men Is the very heart 0 I
cratic pro
The wi.....Law of Judaism ha
of view with regard to this issue N
lion tempered il th mercj
Jud sn Yet I l dogged im
Jew ess .
rule f law. then, aft
litj t to help th.
King David who i
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m | then the court must order the rich man
either to clothe his adversary as he is d I
, | himself, that the court maj be a
of who is rich ind who Is poor.
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*J*nisl thrHi tr
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i \ nr,:i I \i-nl II. Her has
' >l |'ll Mill-Ill lif tilt'
rhood i>f Temple Emanu-EI.
mm- n i the Gn .it. i
Jewish Federation anQ_.a
rada id Us IBttTComUwd
i Appeal Israel EmerKenry
campaign Mi. Heller is a
fr national commander of the
War Veterani of tht- r s a
president! who will aerve
Miami B'arh conarvaation'a
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n>i for 1960-70 are l>r
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lenkt Jai k D Blrnbau n I urk
Blaaberg, Ted ( ohei. Albert Da-
vidson, Mayoi Jay t> rm i Max
Dinisir. in. I., on A Epsti In, U. ii
j-jan. Irvinjaj Km. Rakar] R.
Frank. Sol Golaataui, Elliot Har-
ris. Bernard D. Kaplan, Dr. Sher-
man R, Kaplan. Samuel Kara,
Many A Levy, Richard Levy, Ed-
ward T. Newman. Albert K Oaslp,
Karl Pertnoy, Donald Rose,
Charles Roaengartpn <. J. Roaen-
ttrauch, Km.- h s. hw ider, Fri .1-
arlck si. in. Sen. Richard i> Stone,
Nelan Sweet, Michael Tainra, Nat
Wolf ami Al Zablo.
Temple Emanu-EI
Installs PTA Slate
Tha annual dedication atrvke
f.ii Incoming officers ami directora
hi its Parent-Teachers Aaaociation
waa held at Temple Emanu-EI re-
cently.
Mis T.il Hollo w..s in.stall.il as
preaid ol ol the organization Oth-
ewly elected oOleen an Mis
I" v ing L hi man, honorary Ice
preal lent; Mrs. <.;. nt Brodie, Mrs.
'i i S iwarz Mis Jerome
Uffner, Mrs SI Stem and Mn
Louis Magicl vice presidents; Mrs
.T.H-i Aberbach, treasurer; Mis
Jerrj I. Kopeimn, Mrs Robert
Cohen, Mi- Leater Miahcon and
Mrs Mon-h i; k\ s,, : i taries;
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b, Jacob Shnoirion marfc.nq Hi* Mid of the thirty day period al
labbi Shnoirion woi a direct drtcttidont at labbi Shnewr Zal
iodi. Hie tanadar at Hit Uhovitch Cbattidw mtemMt. tarn and
ia Itroel, Rabbi Shaa.ncn dm to tfcit country in lflf, and
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YOUR VOTE OF
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COMMUNITY
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Ladles Of Emanu-EI Elect New Officers
MRS. KKKNAKI) l> KAPLAN
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vice presidei I ol in. Siaterfa
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Mis Ai.li, Hialol.-nki. Mrs. Henr)
OwitZ, Mrs Elliott Harris. Mn
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Oholei Torafa Seta
Open School Week
An "open school w.ik" wil be
Ik-Id Monday through Thursday In
the Oholei Torah Day School of
Greater Miami. 1544 Washington
A\c. Monastic Hii-soh. president oi
the Miami Beach school hM an-
nounced.
During the four-day period all
educational and recreational ac-
tivities of the school. Including
classes in session, will be open to
the public from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m.
"The progress of the school has
been phenomenal and its rapid
growth has exceeded the expe< ta-
tions of its founders,'' Mr. Hindi
declared, and urged that pan
and friends of the school as wel
those Interested in Intensive Jew-
ish education take advantage of
the "open school week" program
to follow the development of the
fastest growing da) school In Mi-
ami Beach.
Alsop
Continued from f*g 4-A
that they fear A- d l i.i- i
will, of course, by-pass U>th the
membership of the Education and
Labor Committee and Robed
Pinch, Secretary el Health. Edu-
cation and Welfare, who has tes-
tified against the |>onal bills. If a
rider is rammed through, In fact,
President Nixon wili be forced to
chi>ose between vetoing a major
appropriations bill o ting
the rider
The dancer to American higher
education is very real Indeed, and
furthermore, the most seriously
endangered Instil it sre the
ones where the worst troubles
have centered. These are the big,
prestige universities which get a
disproportionate share >: the $t ;
billion a year the fet* i il .: ivern-
nx-nt gives to higher education il
institutions for nondel n* pur-
poses.
To these may bo aild.il such
sp-vial cases as Howard Ui hi -
sity here in Washington which
gets four-sevenths of its $35 I
million budget directly from the
Treasury and parhai ^ hall of the
rest of its budget from federally
funded student-loans or student -
grants. Through the loan and the
grant programs, a mortal blow-
can also be struck at the whole
nationwide effort to bring larger
numbers of Student! from 1 lack
and other minorities into the uni-
versities
All this will be enormously un-
desirable. Yet. it is not 1
to understand the congressional
ire that may produce such da
aging results. To begin with, the
Congress has been gradual
edged into paying hue sul li lies
to higher education without ever
having a real chance to argue the
matter out.
The money for the unlvi rs ties
comes mainly from the rat
aid-to-education lulls offered by
the Presidents prior to Lyndon
Johnson. President Johnson
the first Cblel Executive with
the courage ami Ingenuity to find
a way to give direct I albeit whol-
ly insufficient i aid to the hai '.-
pressed public schools Wh- n a
pre-Johnson I'i- felt he
had to do somethln
tion. most of the sw -went to
the universities, ami there was lit-
tle real debate about it.
Thus Congress has sue
awakened to discow i that a dis-
tastefully high bill is betag paui
for something that most men-
hers of Co" :. shot all.
most of their constitu
finding in. a M
There is the heart al
As to Hm ipiH-nsini; ur.i\
faculties ami the violent
minorities, they aie mar
pie to whom nothim; n ally un-
p;. asam has ever happened That
rule does not apply, at eouret. to
the ghetto students who con
lad arson at ("it of N w
York. But even thej i
obviously convinced that a
liberal guilt feeMngs will are
shield them from reprisal So a
rational ITS
suit.
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>V.am., Florida Friday. May 23. 1969
Section B
utstanriing Program Announced
lor Zionist Conference Next Week
Mort than 2."w) datogatas from
fc> and S with America will par-
li ati in tiii- first Pan-American
w :.!' i-\!" tn i held
Maj 29 through Sun-
l at the Deauville II >ti :
.ii Neumann,
jt the World Union "f General Y.\-
m *ts, and Jacques Torczyner,
Ei .. i tlif Zionist '. .; ini/a-
|i have announci >i
; ii v imann will give the key-
. at the B p m "i- i li .
irada Mr Torczj m i
and the i. lion will
. Rabbi I I iher Kirsh-
FlUBjMng, NY Greeting
I .-,. be May*
, .i His Excvlk BCJ o* I Sa
t.i u Ithoul Poi tfolio;
ii Dultzin treasurer, Jewish
\. c .'" and J
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i Ida) morn-
ii General Z
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v St ii kman "f Ai
- ol the I atli
("onI I ition ol Gel
will |.n aid) Hi.
i rill be !- I Halm Li v-
man .i the Isia< I
i t mm nf (ieneral V.\
mists and former mayor ol Tel
AII
At the session I'i Max
Nus tb i in i il California, past ;
idem <>( the /.< .\. will pn sidi and
the i III be His Ex-
cellent Itzhak Rabin, Ambassa-
ii ( Israel t., thi i tailed st.it>
Mortimei May, past national prea-
i'li nt '.i t.'i> /.< '.\. u ni greet the
.: ithertng
The theme ol the Frida) after-
noon session is "Joint Programs
and Projects of General Zionists in
is Mis Sarah Abi in
ovicn "( Brazil v.11 preside anil
l.i)n llutovich. executive director
it the X> A, will speak.
At a special public Oneg Shab-
bal at B:30 p m. Friday, I>t Gl
Sinay <>f Chile, professor at Santi-
i 'i i\, rsit) and presidi nl "I
the Jewish Community "i Chile,
and Robert Panero directoi ol
11 nt Studies of
the H' dson Instituti will sp< ak
I in m ol th' I-
MMiMon ii entitled Ji w ry in Noi tli
Lai \ : ii i \ Look Into
the F itun
Israel D ispors Ri latlom" is
them f"f Saturda)
when Hermai I W< Ian u
- iat nal Kxei I
nitl .'.' 'A will pn
n.. s|m . f Saphir.
Leon Dultzln snd Jacques Torc-
'.'' pi
Dr Mil.-;. I ol Chile will \- tl'
main spi ,ik. i al 9
and Rabbi Joseph S Shubow "t
ton, vice president "t Z< >A, will
pi side.
A highli rht ol
i.i. t Sunda) evening will be an
address by Prof. Enrique I'. Fab-
regal f.ii m i Ami assador "f L'ru-
gua) to the Unlti il N itl ns Dr
Neumani will preside, Rabbi Irv-
ing Lehrman will give the inv
turn and Rabbi David S Shapiro
will give the benediction. Othei
- akci s at the banquet are Rob 11
E Culbertson, Deputy Assist
Secretary for Latin-Ameri< u \t
fairs is Departmenl -r State;
Marcos Perelman of Peru, Rep
.'!' Peppei and Haim Levanon
Ri n iti ins may b id
the Zionist I iffice 2200 Park Avi
i H-a. 11
Zvi Caspi. right, emissary of Israe! at the United Nc'.ior.s
and a leading member of Israels diplomatic corps, as he
presented the Jerusalem Liberation Award to Rabbi Morris
A. Kipper, spiritual leader of Temple Judea, at the tem-
ple's Israel Dinner cf State on Saturday evening. The sale
of Israel bonds totaled $252,000, the hiqhest per c=p.ta of
any congreaation in the community.
ir. LevineoD Cited By Palm Beach I

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sli Si '~>i un lei the cochalr-
I .it Max Serchuk ai I
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\li in. M ivor I ck Hall
h Ma) "i Ja) Der-
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ntcrtai will be headed b)
R ae Byrum, lyrli soprai
Annual Bazaar Postponed
Due t" the theft "t the mer-
.i lot the \ nt
the snnua Vounj Israv I ol Gn ati i
Miami I iza i ill) scheduled
t.,i Simii.i'. will be postponed until
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Members of Mount S:-iai Hospital's medic-
al staff are welcomed into the Founder;
Club by Chairman Benjamin G. Kline af.er
each rontributed 550.000 to the institution's
S20 million medical center campaign. From
left are Di. Arkadi Rywlin. director of labor-
atory ~>?r vices; Dr. Morton Robinson, associ-
:or of laboi H
Hurwifz,
Mi. Kline; Dr. Dann I
medical servi
note;:
staff.

Nalhiiii IVrlmiittrr lecepttf Post On I niven
.ii\ Staff
\ \in \n i'i i;i.mi TTER
SB Sunshine Unit
Plans Luncheon
s ns lim I 'hapti i B'nai )' i ith
will hold ;i luncheon and
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Mrs Kanny Cohen, Mrs. Morris
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Friday. May 23 l%g
rOStf SAM1H
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AMBASSADOR ITZHAK RABIN
DR. MAX NUSSBAUM
no outzis
Pan American Zionist Conference at Deauville Hotel
Thursday May 29th Thru Sunday June 1st
Dr. Emanuel Neumann, Keynote
Greater Miami Community Is Invited Speaker at Opening Session Thursday
By South Florida Districts Of The
ZOA To Participate In All Sessions
The South Florida Districts of
the Zionist Organization of Amcri-
(a will he hosts to the first Pan
American Zionist Conference ever
held in the Cnited States, which
will take place in Miami Beach
start :ng Thursday evening. May
l*9th and culminating with a grand
quet on Sunday evening, June
1st Thia Pan American Zionist
Confer.ro.' will bring leader*
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II the South ant: Central Ameri-
well a- deli ti
iron-, each ol the major Jewish
munitim In these countriea te
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M 29th and cuh tin iting with the
grand banquet on Sunday evening.
June 1st. All of the lessions and
functions will take place in th
Deauville Hotel.
Dr. Emanuel Neumann, presi-
dent of the World Union ol Gen-
era] Zionists and Jacques Ttorczyn-
er, ir. Mdent of th.- Zionist Organ-
ization of America, have announc-
ed thai more than 300 dc legates
fn m South America. Canada and
Central America will 11. nd th-'
Pan American Conference a- well
is a contingi nt of l"-) I le
the '/. onisi ('; ganization -( \- .
tceardfng to Dr Neumann an I
ques Tor. -. nei ttv deb gat -
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Ambassador Rabin To
Address Luncheon Frida1
One of th.- outstanding tessioi -
the Pan American C nl
win !x the Luncheon at i.
P.M. on Friday afternoon. May 30
in the Napoleon Room of th.
Dea mile Hotel, at which time Hi-
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Of Israel to the United
States, will bring an Important
igi The pubUc is invited to
[tend the Luncheon which will
red bj Dr. Max Nussb i
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tmerica. Dr. Nuasbaum, is
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I the United States
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..tion of America, he is a
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Committee, the governing hod; to
the Worl 1 Zionisl Movement !>.--
tween conventions.
General It/hak Rabin, th. am-
bassador of Israel to th.- United
States, who wlii he the guest
speaker at th.- Luncheon, was th.
commander of the Israel Army in
the i Day War; principal archi-
tect "f the epoch feat <>f arms, hi
was appointed Israel Ambassador
to the United Suites following the
War Hi served in the arm.-.1 f -re .
for l'7 years of tensi itruggl.
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Second Generation Confirmands At Temple Israel
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Ai tall) there lire 11 parents
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Lehrman School
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Irving i ?ii oi the
m.ii Hotel ind Countrj Club,
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Rabbi Stem .. k ader in n>. fight
against thi hi* ralizatlon of ab
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rapldlj changing values, whatevri
and u h. i, -., i wi can fortlfj the
it ol life and Ihe value "i
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tin strengthening ol our American
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LEAS1 5'e"
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AND MPDFLING ACADEMY
35 Si i .i.i Street
Slflcmort Fldq Suit? 233
Miami, Fie. Phone 379 3581
miii GLORIA HALBIR
Student Personnel Services
wl '' Sl iving ..- t.i. i irariuati As-
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TENT* RENTAL CO.,INC.
545 N.W. 22nd Straat
M 371-8621
of course everyone enjoys taking
snapshots but ... for Great Occa-
sions
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childhood days holiday days
family days success days
wedding & anniversary days
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sky lake mall phocogi.iphv
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1756 N E 185 Street ,.\M FRATJ^
North AA.ar.-i Beach 944 06Ij
SunSpa To Remain
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Thursday. Maj 29 and
at anj tinv Sui day, Jum 1
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daughter ol Dr. and Mrs. Harold
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be married on June 28 at
Beth 1 ivid Congregation, to Dr.
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821-9616
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Luxurious Downtown
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For cemplttt informotion call:
Mr. Baroi, cwntr, 377-2766
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condominium club
200 N.W 177th Street
441 N rth
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FOR PEOPLE WHO LOVE
THE GOOD LIFE
GORDON SWEET'S CAMPER CITY
JP^ TRAVEL TRAILERS "4
CAMPERS and COACHES
SALES- SERVICE
of PICKUP CAMPERSondTRAVELTRAILERS
AS V
FREE 12-V0LT TELEVISION SET
with purchose of c. ~f RAVI
CAMPER en the presental :
Top Location
$25 : .: house
From 514 ?0
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MILLION DOLLAR APARTMENT HOUSE
! than two raci on b*oi.'. 'ul ct-wo C>< .* ocen I
$J9i 000 coh to 6*. Ul & 2nd r.,t9i N*t return tail
Phcne Mr. Dixon, Assoc.
i. .. :. ; ii. ITi Ml
540 N.rV. 79 ST.. MIAN'I
: ~5-:-67-S
DISCOVER FLORIDA
WITH
SKA
WH
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Iflr ti\
A FUN WAY TO GO
*4 FROM THIS
1 IN JUST 5 MINUTES
CAMP
Two-burner Stove to cook on.
50-lb. icebox to keep food cold.
A sink to wash dishes in 'ugh,
Mom soys), but you have to do
some work for a vocation to be
economical.
4 Big beds to
sleep as many as
8 persons. Two
dinette tables to
seat the same
while enjoying
home-cooked foods.
Speaking of economics, listen to this: there are some 294 campgrounds
in Florida with thousands of acres of God's Country to relax in. The
cost of your site averages about S2.00 per night, and food costs no
more than eating at home. Most campgrounds have modem restrooms,
showers, hot & cold running water, and plenty of activity for the entire
family to enjoy.
CHOOSE THE MODEL TO SUIT YOUR NEEDS
Poured abovP IS th. Skomper Model CD 8 pneed at $1595.00.
In our 5000 sq. ft. showroom we hove other Campers. Travel Trailers
ond Motorhomes. pr-ced from $499.00 to S12.000.00, with eos. pay-
ments .o suit your budget. Our 11 years* experience makes .s !"
best, so see us for the best.
ALEC GIBSON CAMPING CENTER
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CORAL GABLES
DEEP WATERWAY
m ELtv. A'lON
O LOW BRIDGET
vier. CUlDm bUilt 5 ,
rw, split level Sere-
aool-patio. 3 bidroomi.
'. maidi room Con.
dock and aoat slip,
dining room Dinette-
- Cuban t i foyer and
J room, separate Hun
-oom. central reverse
n MO'a 'or quick tale
Riviera Or 667 9460
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Southwell Miami
Reduced! Reduced
BRICKELL b FINEST
"4i SW 12 A V CNUE
O*"" '" SauU Am.ru i
wants your offer Magnifi-
cent (state on waned in
?6*'?8Vri4 lot 3 bedroom,
3 baths. : Florida room
Guest apartment Central
air.heat Formal dining room
Heated ?040 pool Sol-
arium Ma ., outstanding
features, too many to des-
cribe Come in and see for
yourself
DILA PEEBLES Broker
374 3946
120S S W IMh AVENUE
SOUTHWEST
MIAMI HOME
5 i% NO QUALIFYING
S '. H PARK 4 BEDROOM
IATWS. TfRBAZZC FLOORS
MR CONDITIONED.
S113 MONTH
FARR REALTY
601 BIRD ROAD
Tel. 226-4221
Business Opportunity
PRINTING
KWICK COPT and oHttt
printing in downtown area.
Doing qood business. 2 press-
et, 2 camera!, cutler, collator
folder, etc. 57,000 handles
Phone 358 3351 754 7141.
Owner will sloy an for one
month at no extra cot!
lew *S^itmn}cr /\i7iV-
STAtTING MAY Isf, I96t
FENIMORE APTS.
1200 EUCLID AVENUE, MIAMi BEACH
. PHONE 531 7939 S 10 Month 'iSonth $60 Month
SUNRISE
SHOPPING CENTER
i Ft. InudVrdol*. Watch Repair and Jrwcliy store.
.vifh di.plny coiei work bench ial etc.
rent nsoy lense or purchase future*. Will need inventory,
credit references, reoionable security ond deposit
lie .
CALL
TOM NITRAUER
si 564 101 S or write Manager, Sunrise Shopping. Center.
2421 E. Sunritt Blvd., Ft. lauderdalr 33304. Florida
lamn-Rents.
-Vr\ NO* IN
f> MIAMI
INC.
THE SOUTHS LARGEST
COMPLETE
FURNITURE
RENTAL SERVICE

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Beautiful Showroom & Warehouse
' ou May Select ana F.jrn.sh You' ApCM-
by the? piece, From Ouf Foshion;-
Designed Furniture
NEXT-OAY DELIVERY
Evemnf s '< ) Me* '
ia'wday 'til J 30
wuunneiuz inc.
Phone 885-5471
Flamingo plaza hialeah

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9 Bo" n-O'e A"
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EXCELLENT OPPORTUNITY
F HI OR PART TIME
Full and complete Franchise territory protection on a
unique item for commercial ond home use. Territories
available for Investment of $1575 fsilly secured. Over 70
leads on hand for Miami area Ground floor opportunity
to enjoy immediate income growth, and be part of a
national oraaniiation.
FOR DETAILS CALL
MR. RENNIE 1-927-1724
DEVELOPERS INVESTORS
f PRIME HORJH CAROLIHA MOUHTAIH TRACT
700 AC RES available. Surrounded by Smoky Mountain Nation-
al Park. Near Knoi.ille Airport. I 40. i-75 and Fo^tana Resort.
Ready for developmert. Elevation1550* to 2800'. Water, elec-
tricity, telephones and private lake. Twelve homes occupied.
Ideal for golf course, resort hotel or shopo "q center. Will sub-
divide into over 2,000 lots. Valued ever Sll mil on. Ovt
sacrifice. $1,250 000. Will consider 15 \ 20-yeai terms. Verger
or trade for securities.
Send for Bro:hut#. Exclusive wil
William H. Scharrer
Oscar eDooly
Cm: :.: ASSOCIATES. INC.,KtilTMS
INGRAMAM BLDO., MIAMI 33131 PH. 377-H76I
SUPER SITES AT ScARS
ON CORAL WAY
FOR LEASE
Two 110-foot sites between Grand Union ond
Sears ere available for lease. Under construction
en thr property ore c Ki mucky Fried Chicken ond
Kentucky Roo.t Beef outlet. For information
terms ond conditions,
Co'" Andy Guitofkon 377-4789 ol
^^^^^^^ Walter Etling Company. r -.
'REVOLUTIONARY!
Fiberglass Boat
Business For Sale
COMBINATION CAR TOP
1UCCACE CARRIER
ANO BOAT, FIBERGLASS
MOID INCLUDED
821-1883
20 ACRES
GOOD HIGH LAND WEST
OF STAll ROAD 27.
S160G PER ACRE
GOOD TERMS. CALL
VELMA S. GRAY,
REALTOR
1135 N. Krone. Homestead
247-0857,
2478788
SENO FREE COLOR BROCHURE t RATES
NAME
ADDRESS
CUT
STATE ZIP
(I.
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Property
FOR SALE
BY OWNER
261 FRONi FEE1 ON
SCUTF FEDERA' HIGHWAY
ROUTi NC 1 NEAR
HOMEfTEAC
HAS 3 ENTRANCES
SACRIFICE
TC QUICK BUYER
Please Call 443-9411
"KeyUon pDni Beaut,
WATERFRONT
Hi r Heal aool
WILLIAM PREST
REAI
- Avenue
Phone 685-3566

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hOiV1 OWNERS
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1101 East 4th Avenue
885-5562 or 887-5084
Palm Terrace Motel
Pool Porting K.lchenette
Maid Service Season Near
Lincoln Moll, ISOOlenoi Ave
PHONE 538 0823
MAKE OFFER
10 ACRES
Lett Than Out Mil* From
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Asking S25 OOO 00
Good Terms
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688-6616
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Forfuno Morjoin Steven lansfer
KOKTl \ \ MOBJAIN
Fon ma, the daughter ol Mr
aiiii Mrs. Va!;n Morjain, 4610 Alton
Rd Miami Beach, will become
Bat Mitzvah al 10 45 a m. Satur-
day, Ma) 24, during services al
Ten i'l'' Beth Sholom Rabbi Leon
Kronith will official'
A atudenl f Temple Beth Sho-
lom'i Religious School, Fortuna i>
a nxmbcr ol the Confirmation
'lasa of 5731.
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JOEL UPTON
The first Bar Mit/vah to be
called to the Torah In the new
Temple Sinai of North Dado quar-
'i s juat occupii d b) the congi
will be Joel, the son of Mr.
and Mi s Cai I Lipton.
Jo- !
a | i is in t hi seven 11
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centlj received thi Nutiona Den-
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.hi several years
w it. hi r studies and entei I
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ami fi ii nds will c
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be St< vi n's grandmol
s.nah Reaaler, Ft, L< i N.J.; Mr
and Mrs Louis Lanster, his grand-
parents from Brooklyi N.\ Mr
: Mrs Noi man Siegi I ol Si w
York Citj: Mr. and Mrs Al Coop-
er, Leonia. S.J.; Mr. and Mrs \.
Z. Ilei ot Spi ingfiehl, Mass
William Ressler ol Forest Hills.
NY.
Ohev Shalom Rabbi's
Son Is Bar Mitzvah
An "Open House" reception as
held Sunda} in honor ol David, the
son : Rabl and Mi s Phineai A
Webei man, ho cell bi t.-. 1
Bar Mit. \ all at Mia u h's

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emphasis on S *..
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dcy. Mcy 23. 1969
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,,. Rebecca Seitlin Represents U.S. In Maccabiah
R.b^crn S^tlm. 14 granddaughter of pioneer Miamian
o nJT> k" Qnd daUgh'er Cf Mf and Mrs. 2* S,:hn
bar. long been active in the Greater Miami Jew.sh com-
;^c1StCnC ST!L SWUr'IT,erS Ch"en 1o 't the
^ea Sal., ta the Eighth World Maccabiah Gam.., to be
d ID Israel hem July 28 through Aug. 7. Tho '-
-. inauaur.teJ in 1932. ,s a convocation of the
*Tulq = H C-h'P,eS '" a qadennl compstiti -,, b
I j -paUon has grown horn 13 athletes in 1932 to
R.b.cca. who attends Miam: Spring! J iruoi Hi h S
r.ed the opportunity to represent the United Spates In the
ccab:ah Gc.^es by participating in the AAU ihcrt cour.e
vmg and swimming championships held recently in Lonq
ich. Calif. Coached by nationally-known awimmina coach
Diaz, she has been in swimming competition since she was
;hl yecrs old. At five years ci age. she was one of -h
ungest persons ever to receive the Red Cross Intermediate
'taming Card in the United States, and for the past f:ve years
swimming times have been ranked in the top five by the
\ \U She has competed in El Salvador. Guatemala and the
.risr. West Indies, receiving high point honors.
Rebeccas parents, the first husband-wife team to serve
r h David Synagogue as presidents of Brotherhood and Sister-
hood for the same year, have great interest :n Rebeccas sports
areer Her father is president of the Miami Spring* Swimming
Association and a member of the Florida Gol4 Coast AAU I
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swimming committee, her mother, historian ior the Florida Gold
^.t! ApfU'"Bcochai,man cf for the Florida Region.
Miss Seitim will leave New York for Israel July 22 and
scheduled to return to the United States in lot. Auqu-t Th^
athletes will visit Jerusalem several times and will sp-d Twh
a Ba-av. July 24. at the Western Wall. Th. Games, wl
l>e held m Ramat Gar, Olympic Stad.um. afford Amen- ,
the opportunity to know the land of their ancestors, as well as
the modern Maccabees cf Israel.
Through the medium of sports, it has been sail, "ihere
is cultural rebirth."
Confirmation At Temple Fumini-Kl
YM-VWHA Group
Events Scheduled
1 Social Singli s havi si h.-.t
u,,,rf *itn ballroo.
of rli. v.M vwiia ,i Great i Ml
St al 30 p m
Hi.
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I years of
art ol th.
ii tion of ,\ Hole
. '" M. b Intcn sti d persum
: ront ict -I im Fi i..i
he Festival oJ Shavuoth. Th.
^t 1 \\ .. ks was to h- oh-
t : thx congregation ol
r manu-RI beginning with
I -:... Thursda;
'i. traditional conflrmatton
c< a III b '.. Id ;it to 30 i
fil la> of the holiday.
YOU ARE THE ARCHITECT
OF YOUR DESTINY"
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when th.- graduatrs of Temple I
' inu-F l's Confirmation I*, part-
ment will man* to th.- altar to
t greeted bj kahtu living \A h,
man who will dJtlivVr the efiarge
to them an.) prasjcfa on Th. T.n
Commandments an.t Tin \. w
Morality." The conflrmanda win
narticipatc in a presentation en-
tit!' .1 Th.' Jewish Y< Bl Alt. i
I < I ra h.on will bi h. Id
In th. Pontainebk au Hotel
n is Valeria torian -.i
th. !!#;! Confirmation Class
I hiring Holiday
n.i Mr- m. h In Hi. hardi. \ .
Mord U..1H ...,, ,,f Mr, lu,,,,, ,,.
Rnlh .t..1 Mr U ,,|t. r Roll
J- -" .Uuatit. r nl I.. und Mr \i
11 in. r S.haff. r Su-.iti Mm., .|.,uh'.r
I Mr nmi S|m Abraham SI ft
Alar. Mi. Ik.. I ..,, ,,f \|r .,,,) N,. .
Jr.* ph Bl f < Mark J mn .< Mi
nd Mm David Taut.. ,\.lr.., yA.
rtaufhl.r of Mr. Wylvla Ti
Or K..... Trap*, and Mai ... d.....
r ol .Mr and Mr* Hark % \\ llln. r
Mrs. Saul J. Morgan and Mrs
Mortimer s. haft, r are rochairmen
of the confirmation put nt' com-
mitt.
New Films, Holdovers At Local Wometco Theatres
Among filmi showing ,it the Thoatrrj al Miami Beach's Car-
Wometco Theatres Is Th. Mad lyli its a film railed Where It's
Room," .i luspi rt dran .-. at th. At "
I -s. \. Cor.1 \\a> ;n ,1 .'7th Am nu.
Drive-In. Populai lilms i ing h. 1.1 over
"Short ol the Fisherman" with '" Charky." Th. Subject Was
Anthon) Quinn, i on view at th. Roae* r Girl" and "The
i Mlrai ; and 16 Ird Strei I Uon in Winii r."
Shin Mr. i
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l"*nati^ to -waaiaa Nit
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>9oiia "Vitiaa al It.rait,,' Sab.
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IBM Course Offered
A new class in IBM ki
will begin Monday at th. North
Miami High School A lull !
turn Cuter six) NE 137th St Ths
courae srff] rorahn of two rhaases a
wn .-k for si\ wn eks and mi *
10 p.m.
Luncheon For Beth Am Ladies
antor Michael Kyrr sana for
the Mother's Da) neheon
(he Sisti leth An
on Wi di rsd i) s. Rapftapoi t
s. rvations; Mrs
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Friday, May 23 1969
Roster of off rs to head the Aviva Chapter
of Mizra. men's Organiartic
ca include S tiding from left Mrs Fen
and Lewie, vice president; Mrs. A'.f:J- Stone,
regional coordinator, who conducted the in-
stallation ceremonies, Mrs. Max Newberger
financial secretary; Mrs. Abe Barkan, vice
president; Mrs. Nathan Ze;
Furk
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Schoer.berger, recording sec
A : president, end
berg cochairman of the d
LC" .-man
Happenings
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trade

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Miami employers about the
hard-core unemployed.

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Things are 'lining in our
country right now. Re : i are
beginning to realize tha*
their part doesn't just n> an
giving a $5 check to < hat 11.
It means getting in\ i lived.
Now ther< .vayfor
Miami businessmen tog--:
involved.
With tf"H' help of federal
fiifvK and local groups* >' ve
put tugether.'. program designed
to aid the hard-core unemployed
It'sailed l< kBS \Ve are taking
men een
batting zero when.it (ikikn to
holding ,i |oti and helping them
adjust VVe'renol talking about
welfare add;cb. We/re talking
about people who ward to work.
Who want to be part
aft'uent society. But because
of bad luck, d scrimination,
personal hangups, haven't
made it.
1 he program works like
this: We tram the e pe ple
where the) need tra ning I l-'p
thempickup i re they f< I
down on their edtx ation. reach
them punctuality. Cooperation!
Discipline.
Then we find theni a job.
And that's where we need
your help. If you're managing
a company we'd like a
commitment from you to place
one of these people in your
company. It* VII get pre i<>b
training. V\hu h means you II
be getting a |< >b ready employee.
lust like)our otlicr i
employees.
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10 long as he dm ood '>
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fcr. >se But \ .equitea
lut to gain. I I've
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of having i .: h>r
yourcountn 'Jy
having acqu -*l
employee
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like to help us on the program
'. all the number below W1|
be happy t questions you might. na\ e.
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Menorah
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1 i Mi..
Tin musical portions
the temple
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Mi norah lai si <
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.it Holds 'Teach-In'
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B'nal Hi ith
i tn kk k "ii tli> i hapti i 's
I'.i cognition and l 'n-
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ikci was I > -.r-i- Dean
il th. new I) i eati .1
- ili\ ksioi ni the Stal M
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Installation Planned
i "hapti r ol i 'hil I
IJi-search Instil
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the install-
and
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District winners in the 10th annual Bible
contest sponsored recently by the Bureau of
Jewish LJucation are shown with contest
chairman Zvi Berqer, who is associate di-
rector of the Bureau. Left to right aie seated1
Rebecca Nadler. Orna Amikam. Ora Lee
Gross, 'standing Moshe Gertner. Ian Silver
man, Mr. Berqer. Ira Buchwald and Jeffrey
Weiss. Another winner, Laura Katz is not
shown.
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Members of the Hebrew class of the Collegp
of Jewish Studies of the Bureau of Jewish
Education who met in final session* at the
home of Cantor and Mrs. Abraham Se.i.
The class was celebrcting the completion
of studies of the Book of Job and readinqs
bom modern Hebrew literature under the
instruction of Dr. Nathaniel Soroff. Bureau
Consultant. Leh to right, seated Mrs. Dan
Araz:, David Mermelstein, Joseph Cohen,
Dr. Soroff. Louis Schwartzman Bur*
Executive Director, and Cantor Sei! Stand
mq. Sarah Waxier. Dena Gomuika Yosef
RoMnfarb, Mis N Soroff. Leah Nuparst,
Dan Arazi. Mis. Saul Zabel, Syh
vitz. Mrs. S. Weiunan. Deborah K
A J Gil'elson. and Sylvia Danzig
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Oldest Member Honored
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the oldest member <>t the congre-
gation Fi id i> niut"
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wh< i. ii' i' tune one <>f ibe found-
is nf Temple Bi th [arss A full
resident of Foil Laud< rd tli
19 Mr Balsam ha.i i- .
.i m int. i residi in sin. i the sari)
19U0s Although he will now maki
in BrookI>ti N V hi m III
ship in Beth
l-i.f I and i xpects t.i ip< nd in-
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consul
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isREiCH i. i "! '"' Women's Division w.i> the
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En"MAS the L'JA foi hei outstanding work
iSBERG. i: :. n(i ,i i, ,M to [sraol Assisting
with the .....gram was Mrs How
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PRELIMINARY CERTIFICATE OF
CORPORATE DISSOLUTION
IN THE NAVE AND BV THE
AUTHORITY OF THE STATE
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Dail' Branch <>f th.- YMCA this
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r.'T.'^ .' ">"",'.. wSSS J""",r h,Kh s,'ho,,' **** who
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Frozen Spinach Souffle 39
Frozen Broccoli Spears 29c
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"dewish Fioridian
..liami, Florida Friday. May 23. 1969
Section C
. 4^/Qbout f^eop/e and li
HAPPINESS In a DAI t.HTKK-lVI. \W
Last week I just couldn't write It h id l> !!
165 days sine.- Jean went away. Old) in ni>
ma during the past ;;;, days have I heard
him say, "You jiv my world, mj everyth
rhrcadajndred sixty-five days thai mill stretch
sever
But for Mother's l>i> mj s,>n. Jere. gave me
a prceenl of which his fathei wouM have ap-
proved I i*>w have a daughter, aa well >- i i n
Shirley, m>w lira Jere Lehman, is everythlitf i
nothar wants far her ana I can wish nothing
-rer for them than th.it they shouM be aa
happy as Joan and I ware for M yaan
BOB AND THKKE
Practically on Uw Btage at th.- CocOnul <".' ,\
Playhouse performance >>: Mam.' were M nirice
Pawtwin and Carol. The Stanley Myeraand the
1>>U lli'iin.ins were there, too .
Milling around In tho lobb) it the Dade
i''.unty Ainliioinmi showing <' "Cabaret" were
the H.ir\.-> Millers Dr md Mm Marvin Slotkln
M. l Frumkea, t .., i ,.,- Rabinowitxea Dr II
i Werthheim and hia fiancee Ulc
I :-\ m and Roberta SI me .
l.i, liln Joseph i buntov who waa on her
.' > to Oh* School with her dof Lad)
i ahe lan'l sun who is getting the most out
the or La t..
Trudl Mi J i i Stern national u
"- and i ntativeof the United
O an> Association Inc came back from i
i .ik.iic i,.in and llmmy sport-
i kttle tufl chin iShe
IVachen' wori la> laal Friday found teach-
scattered .i i ound for lunch, since the
cafete las aware il .;l an I Running tin* gauntlet
t ...: into the Turf ithe kkta ware in Hi n
rhood, skiingi ware Alan Crab. Jerry Yidefl,
Mrs Elaine Lanrett and R / Lahrman Sathan
Rooenfetd, whj pi ked up nil wife Esthei il
Nautilus Juniot High School bn
lives Ihe William Abrama who ire visil
n Illinois
BID 1114.II \M MID I VST
it lots fun to watch TV md -
y u know The ann i il auction on Channel _' waa
d with i- pli knows Jeanne 'Mrs
Wolf made .:: I auctioneer Pretty
t t. Eva i.'k--. araj hei auctionette Barba .
Schifl was introduo I as Bar! ura Schifl ol Neil
Schlff, Inc Someom announced thai il""
vyers bougbl aornething '"i 1150 iWonder whal
it as i Seymoui Weiss bought .i goll bag A i
> 'Mrs Charlesi Ftnkelstein waa extolling
charms i I two chain one for 1800 md l
other lor $7(>o iThe) must have been comfort-
able!! Our own Isabel iMrs Howardi Grov< put
i !) ''>i .i er) I can !> dish, bul law II sold
(>r higher price The next da) however
a call 'nil- top bidder had backed down, I
she got the djsh after all!
V I.1TTKK
Al .hhI Lee Berkowiti have just recel I K>
ccsl letter 11 om ih 'li son Leona I nd
B len Berkowitz, who hsal gradu-
i.d (mm Duke Univeralt) The > >ung-marrieds
. < moved Into i brand-new spartmenl build-
ing in i Baltimore suburb the tenants ol which
are .ill jroung rauplri like themaeives The reason
for living near Baltimore is that Leonard i> b
KinninK his third year it Johna-Hopkins, wh.....
he is working on hia Ph.D
THE VIEW FROM THE TERKAt K.
Th.- view from Martha and Stanle) Myers'
apartment on the 21st floor ol the Brickell
Town House la exquia te The lights ol down-
t iwn Mi.inu n BlrayiM !'> In w ly
that is breemtaktng, and *1111- twinkles show up
Rl< kenbacker I '. isea <>
Inside, the view was |usi is st irtllng Tale
Iba old trite words "Interesting," "dlffarant,"
"unusual" and that's what you haw Martha's
nd Stanley's pad Martha w is wearir i flow-
ing hiiilw gown of black, brown and whlhi eel-
vet which was tin- more stunning because N a tf
made of tho same exact material used for the
davenport.
Everyone was yak-kins;. Leon and Betty Kan-
Ian were telling their happy news: all their chil-
dren are married now. Stanley (the baby of the
family) and his adorable wife. Karen came in
fnKn Gainesville for a family week-end Sidney
and Sylvia Lefconrt were receiving congratula-
aces .
1.....- for their newest grandchild, Jennifer Lynn,
t Jeffre) and Beverl) Lefcourl i>:
ind Mrs Max Pepper were sitting while they
d with Mr. and Mrs. Sam Slmonhoff
Otln m Is Included Mr and Mrs Aaron
Kannei Mi md Mis a nun Parr Dr and Mrs
Id Rand Dr ind Mrs Morris Blau, Mr and
Mn Richard Abel, l>r Peres Schetnberg Mi
and Mrs M ris Rosenberg, Mr .*riI Mrs Hilliard
ix i In, Mr and Mrs Irving Wexler, and. ->f
< mrse, the Myers family Kenny, who had just
(1 >w n in from being i ten itor in Tallahassee, and
Dr and Mrs Aithui Gilbert In the midst of all
the h r> d'oeuvres, silver chafing dishes sudden-
ly ippi l.i like magic, and suddenly mod in-
stead "t people became the canter of attention.
TRB1 "I.OHT" AN HOI R AT THE PART%
The part) at Ed and pat Strawgate'a Uni-
versit) Drive Home w isn't in celebration of
Daytlghl Sawing Time, it was their spring party,
mid celebration <' Ed'a parents' 52nd anniver-
si:v Bul guests got together at nudnigbl and
"lost" an hour, when they all sel then- time-
i ieot ahead Ed and Pat, who had chosen a
white satin outfit, with a startling silver neck-
[uest fi Dm s o'clock on Mui
filled the h ua< throughout the evening, and the
ganl huffel was served in the house ;t- ^viil is
: ui tenl
Among the guests were N-'il and Barbara
i si id her fin il ipp u ince
.ui the channel 2 luction' Baron md Poll) de
H'.rsch M Pets > and Bob Koeppel, Mike
an I K :.-. I Paul and Maty \S' ilker,
il b in i B< It) Sadkin, Norton n I Gloria Pa
R in! i ; rl Levitt, Emil and Estelle Gould,
Harold md Lois Greene, Don ind N rma Reiff,
ik .md Nancy Davis, Bud and Kath) Lary,
Jules ami Saidy Arkin. Leo and Charlotte R -'.
jdid t.d and Joan SJgkin
Also on hnrwi were Mr. and Mr?. Seymour
gfdsa she h i to be th % uni I ">k nf p ind
mother In town!' the Selig Snows, 'hi' David
S rimers the Bernai I Schonlgers the Jack
Susan ins an I oth -r
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The moon was out and there w nti.
breeae ind isnder the -n and whil.....nl thai
cure red Irvine and Georgie Klmmel'i i | I'd.
then wi .si. md .. lance floor. An exciting
dano- tr mi pave exhiiiti.n liancas and what
w is more exciting, even danced with the guests
Ribs, chicken and pepper steak were served at
the COCktall buffet as well as drinks and hors
leuvres \"il Mrs Anne Chailes Georgie's
ther w i Hi belle of th.- ball ind is soon i-
ck struck 12 everyone serenaded Philip
and Elaine Paul, who were ceiebi iting a birth-
day and an innlversar)
Other | k its Included Carl Platt, whose wife
w is In Atlanta Inspecting their new grandchild,
Mr ind Mrs Edward .Newman. Mr and Ml
jen j Sa Icrm in Mi and Mrs M n I e Ft ink.
Mr and Mrs Harr) Pinsky, Mi md Mrs H)
i: .,- Mi nd Mrs Burl Sherman Mr and
Mrs Phi! Stark, Mr and Mrs Harold S hechter
Mr and Mrs I uner HerwtU Mi an I Mrs
Emanuel Luck, Mr and Mis Morris Gidney, Mr
and Mis Ben Charnas, Mr and Mis. Arthur
K nm-'i and .' sse Klnvnel
ANOTHKK JEWEL FOR JI.AN
While the) were In Mexico, Morris Lansburgh
bought ins wife. Jean, a piece of real live
Jewelry winch is a conversation piece The em-
endd stones glitter as i eucuracha oi water
beetle, walks about Jean's shoulder on a chain,
anni-iiis: the eurioait) everyone Jean \^
her "live lewelry" which eats little pieces .>f
wood which came with It In Its jewel case" t"
the Sh iwcase Party, when thej enter! dm d 2 50 I
i .... is under the big tenl at the Saxony
Hotel with hot docs, pizza and tun. fun. fun.
The whole Cohen family Ithe hobsl-Cohei
acted as hosts. The Lansburgh grandchild was
having i greed Urns with the elephant and tin-
h rse (both ah\c like hh grandmother's Jewell
aaal Irem Kan was with Aaron ami Myra Fan
At the most popular booth <>f all. the FOur Star"
booth (who doesn't like to have their picture
taken and be able to walk away with ifi Myra
had a cunning picture taken with Jean and her
jewel Spotted in the crowd wen- Mr and Mrs.
Ben Shiendler and Mr. and Mrs, Al Ronin.
Mrs. Murray Kern, president. Mount Sinai Hospital Auxili-
ary, presenting a check for S75.000.00 to Sam Gertner.
executive vice president. Mount Sinai Hospital, at the
Auxiliary installation held May 2. The money is to be added
to the Auxiliary Endowment Fund.
Among the sponsors of the Year Book Luncheon of the
Southgate Group of Hadassah are, from left, seated': Mrs.
Lillian Friedhopfer. Mrs. lean Siegel and Mrs. Mary Gerson
(standing' Mrs. Peail Altschuler. Mrs. Ceil Heller, Mrs.
Bertha Weiss and Mrs. Sarah Wiseman Sponsor not shown
is Pearl Elkins.
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Mrs. Jack Greenberg. newly elected president ol Temple
Nor Tamid Sisterhood, with Rabbi Eugene Labovitz who
reviewed "Portnoys Complaint" by Philip Roth on Tues-
day ox 10:30 a.m. at the temple. Proceeds from the review
will 90 to the Ner Tamid Library. Following the program.
tho Sieterhood aerved lunch.
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Officers of the Suncooat Chapter of the
Southeastern Florida Region of Women's
American ORT installed recently at the
Hilton Plaza Hotel include, from left, Mrs.
Ruth Kushner. vice president; Mrs. Joseph
Strauss, sponsor and vice president; Mrs.
Florence Kupperman. Region past president
who was installing officer; Mrs. Bertha
Fleisher. who gave the invocation. ORT
Mellah Father of the Year." Nathan H.
Darsky; Mrs. Abraham Krutman outgoing
president and parliamentarian; Mis. Nancy
Weiss and Mrs. Meyer Goldberg, vice pres-
idents; Mrs. Myron Cohen, president, and
Mrs. Joseph Dubin, recording secretary. Not
pictured are Mrs. Lil Miller, correspond
secretary; Mrs. Nathan Pickens. treasurer.
Mrs. Max Roth, financial secretay; '
Sam Silverberg, membership dues secre-
tary, and Mrs. William Rice, vice president.
AJC Miami Chapter
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Temple Inih Sholom reelected
Miami attornej Jack Kink presi-
dent it a supper party under the
rtairmanship of Brotherhood pres-
ident fan 11 S. Knopke recently,
A m mber of the Great) r Miami
JcwiSii Federation's board ol gov-
Musical Cantata
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The Temple Ner Tamid Relig-
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Council u! South Florida, the South
Florida Council of Men's B'nai
B'rith Lodges, Miami Beach Lodge,
B'nai B'rith, and the B'nai B'rith
Youth Organization board ol di-

Honorary pr -i.l. nta elected are
"i All* 11. Shi pard B
l.i on J. Ell, ll.ii rj Arthur c;: i
Si rbin, Louis F Si
man I Ralph Spi ro; SI li ej 11
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.i.ii .i- Brotman, Marvin Coo
man and Hai
Philip I'osti link u.is elected
Hai rj B Smith finan<
etarj and Ell Kai. .
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Temple Beth Sholom's honorarj
trustees will includi Sidnej l> An
sin, Hairy Dinnerstein, Paul R
Ion, I C. Greenberg, Maurj
Olinick, Dr, Alexander Robblru
[r\'ing Rothman, Alexandei R il li
Di Noi run Russ, Nathan Wald-
ind Simon Wolff.
Tin board of directors will in-
clude Jai k A Abbott Norn an Ar-
i ii Abram Baker, I lai ry Blumiri
i Don I.....i .1 I- II, Abe C
Milton Gaynor, I
Harold Gi inofl I i Robi it Jaffi
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nators of Auctioj
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an immediate re .
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Perfect^ percoi.itcc! cofl
quick frozen Then the ice is
removed under a vacuum, leaving
concentrated crystals of real
perked coffee-freeze dried coffee!
AN EXPLOSION OF
TASTE AND AROMA!
That's what happens the moment
you add hot water. Those golden
brown crystals burst into
dehciously fresh coffee-just
like perking it m your cup!
A NEW LOVE FORCOFFEELOVERS c*** J
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WHY P0 MORE
PIZZA NIKS MAKE
PIZZA WITH
CHEF BOYARPEE
PIZZA MIX
THANANYOTHER
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Mrs So I :.. ail man ol
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till you add Heinz Vegetarian Beans.
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Heinz Vegetarian B<
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Fuda/. May 23. 1969
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Members of die arrangements committee make clans for
the Ceders of Lebanon Hospital "Annual Spring Fantasia"
luncheon Tuesday at the Four Ambassadors Hotel.
Seated (from left) are Mrs. Frank Rose. Mrs. Leonard
Brodsky. chairman, and Mrs. Eugene Komrad. Standing
(from left) are Mrs Stanley Jamison, Mrs. Joe Barchan,
Mrs. Lawrence Adler. co-chairman.
Mrs. Burton R Levey, president of the Young Women's
Division of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation, was
quest speaker at a meeting where more than 30 key North
Dade young Jewish women held a successful "Mini-Brunch"
at the home of Mrs. Arthur Snyder and raised over S1000
on behalf of the 1969 Combined Jewish Appeal Israel Emer
cency campaign. Left to nght. are: Mrs. Matthew Ettinger.
Mn Arthur Snyder, Mrs. Philip Bloom and Mrs Burton R
Levey.
Ohev Shalom Congregation Sisterhood officers installed
recently include, from left, (seated1 Mrs. Anna Siegel. vice
president. Mrs. Fannie Sklar, president; Mrs. Helen Tuck,
treasurer, standing) Mrs M. Green, recording secretary;
Mrs. Yolandi F. Bernstein, chairman of the board; Mrs.
Jetta Bakst, vice president. Mrs. Hanna Alexander, vice
president, and Mrs. Bernard Gottlieb, corresponding sec-
retary, are not shown.
Miami Happenings
.
Making plans for the second annual Golden Key Luncheon
or the Miami Beach Chapter of Hadassah on behalf of the
ML Scopus Rehabilitation Center ax9 (from Ufth Mrs. lea-
dore Lorber. chairman; Mrs. Sylvia Kuriand: Mr. Nat
Banh. and Mrs. Emanuel Menrx. Mrs. Leonard Wolpe, re-
gional prestdeut, will be guest speaks* at the event to be
held at noeo. Tuesday at the Eden Roc Hotel
AloW SHbein. president of Bis-
rayne Advertising, has been ap-
l*>inted advertising director for
saJ Morgan'* "Century 2\" a
$iik) million condominium com-
plex betas ''uill "> Ninth Dade.

Commencement exercises for
'J04 studi ntl were held at Barry
c>- Auditorium Sunday eve-
ning.

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Mix. Hi,;,i. ih P. Arnold has
been installed as president of the
Miami Shores Business and Pro-
fessional Women's dub. Mrs.
ArnoM is a uiv president of the,
Peoples American National Bank
of North Miami.
Mrs. H.irn. I Wither. o| Flor-
ida Atlantic University spoke on
"The Challenge of Change" at a
recent meeting oi the Miami
chapter of the American Society
of Women Accountants.
Citj Commlssionei Maurice A.
Kerre was guest ipeaker at the
regular meeting o( the City of
Miami Beautification Committee
i.ist Fi idav
Mrs. Km>' Pertet tv ads the
committee foi 1. > (
Week this week d i Ing hich
the City oi Miami Sanitation De-
partment hopes to have the aid
the public in ci ackii d i
on littered i"t- < 'itlzi ra bi
d to report lots which
. ti >t have been noted by the
S inital ion l N pai tment ai d ov n-
ol the lots a asked t i have
ired
Mon the 100 from
all over the world will gather In
Miami J I s Junior
i lumber of Con Interns
tional i p. to be
hosted bj the Miami Jaycees.
I'mii Btaatrta has been named
to serve as coordinator for the
itioi si Business and
Industry Council i i i rofll
organization en ate i bj. Mi tropol-
Itai Dad I "ountj Mayer < hark
Hall i" foster and promote I I
bounty as an
center.
international trade
The Miami-based agency of
Vladimir and Kvvn*, Inc.. will
serve as advertising, marketing
and public relations counsel for
llarrv Kleh. Miami.

R-n Zicmi i.iniiurc, past pres-
ident of the Miami Beach Board
of Realtors, has been aeeepted as
an associate member of the Dade
Chapter of the National Associ-
ation of Independent Fee Ap-
praisers. A life member of the
Miami Beach Chamber of Corn-
met ei' Mr Gtasburg ls a member
of the City ot Miami Beach Mini-
mum Housing Appeals Board and
the Kiwania Club of Miami Beach.

Thomas K. Mot tola, presidl t
of Jefferson National Bank of
Miami Beach, has announced the
appointment oi Michael it. Sha-
piro t" the tile position "I Assist-
ant Trust Officer Mr Shapiro.
who was a trust administrator
with another South Florida tank.
is a former Trust Department
I naminer with the Comptroller
of the i' irn ncj Ti i astir) *-
pai 'nt nl in th< South I
on

Kit hani < s>< 'lulman,
klenl "t Bis< aym Fi i
the isa
at the Nat kh b 1 >esgue ol In-
d Sa\ ings Associations I k
ecutive Washington Semina
Mt s< huln ii presuii tit ol the
Sa\ ian Publk i.
tun [So .'ii Florid
Imrrv diate i'.ist president ol
lem 1... i. ('. i ith.
George Vlekery I as aria tea has
bei n chm n to condi
. itions progi im foi A Trjratiag
Place, inc.. a public company
with cocktail
V'ieki i > Asa ed to
im w offii .s in the S
Bldg 1451 N Bayshore Di

Rrnesl \. Jones, president of
th. "' I ol Ri iltors has
announced that Mam B. VeveL ot
Rownfeld an<1 Ne\el Realty, has
been named a Realtor member
New associate members of the
hoard include Sylvia Acker Ol
Marian Masters Realty; Sam
< herniak. Roj Rotter Realty;
Harvey Deitafc, I Vt low-ReistieM .
I^mis 4. Ki son. Inc ; Sally FriedlMTjt ai
Rebecca S. I iililstein, Barbara
MAC Realty Milton Korotldn,
Jack Greenspan Realty and Sid-
ney utwla ot Karples Asso< iates.

According tO Thomas J. Kelly,
general campaign manager and
treasurer, the Heart Association
of Greater Miami is having its
most successful tund-raisintr ram.
paign in history.
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l.'Jtli Celebration For Sinai Ladies
Mn Larrj Zirn offoi
tribute to si.i. rbuod prmkienl
I ick, and lx p
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Rabbi Ralph I1 Kingslcy, -.
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American Friends of the Hebrew University
"Women of Mount Scopus" sunrounding a
mode! of Mount Scopus in Jerusalem a:e.
horn left, Mesdames Abram Fox. Isaac Bar
nett. Maurice Zaretsky, Trudy Hamerschlag.
S :mson Hillner. Charles Charcowsky. Abe
Rubin, Rose Levin, Arthur Winarick, Abra-
ham Wechsler. Clara Rosenfeld. Abram
Scheinberg and Sadie Freedman. Gifts to
the project help in the reestablishment of
the Mount Scopus campus of the Hebrew
Irnivewty
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Page 9-C
Al the recent B'nai B'nth Council of South Florida Lodges
installation are incoming president Jack Rosenberg and his
wife. Evelyn, left, of Long Beach. N.Y.. ard New Jersey.
~:id outgoing president Samuel Pascoe. right, and his wif3.
Fcth women share their husbands' interests; Mrs. Rosen
.-fig, who has a master's degree in social service admin-
.stration. also is active in Hadassah and temple affairs.
Beth Sholom Men
Set Last Meeting
L> '' WKAT and CBS
.omtn- ntator, uill be guest Spi ,ik-
i ..i the last Brotix rhood i n ak-
l the k a- to in' hi lit in
I'i ui'il. I'.. Iti St:,,,, utoi
ai 10:30 a.m Sui daj His I
aiII In Niai I The w. it'i Last
Hope in in. Mi
Aaron Farr, program chairman,
has ,i! i ounci that the n. wi>-
iiit'tl president ol the Brother-
hood, Martin Steiner will receive
the khm l from James S Knopke,
m bo has bet n pi i sidi nt t > the
i sat thn > .us
Frank Nankin
Files Early For
furfside Election
Theme Of Annual AJC Women's Division
Installation Is "To Build A Better World'
Thi mi i if th<
recent installation!...... N1, irti i.rwi*, > .
luncheon ... the Fiurida Women's ,
Division, American Jewish Con- '' Mr- Hrkn Putin rn
i-r, -v ii thi Vlgii rs Hoti ..- To '
.. mmunity ami civic leadei
k Nankin i< one of th>' first
i liidates to fik his nominating Muil.l a Better Woi '< oahiw \ir- s.uim.i
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11 it ion i.ii the special Surfside i-.,.,ln ua"i.h P Kinmkm ,.t M' Hn" 9 M'
l.al.M l.a |,h 1 KlngSlC) "I ,.,.. ,. K..,| w,
ell election to oe new June 3 r > Mr r...*-.. i ..,..
is a member o< th. South Florid.
in Ji i--h i'
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Afti r iin s .( ,| 111iti on
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ti-l,i I- Ji : llSS i'i-': i'il
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out-patient clinic Sii i then this
charitabk non-profit-making hos-
pital has play '! a proud ai I im-
ihh tant ;ai t in the lust n .it
Jerusalem's |x>llc) : treatment
and hospitalization to all peopk
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Shevwoth Greetings From
JOHN L.
POWERS
ROOFING
RE ROOf ING REPAIRS
Ph 531-3018
licensed and Insured
Budget Terms
1616 ALTON ROAD
Miami Beach
TC AIL GREETINGS
RICH TEWS
"25 Years Experience"
Custom Upholstering
FurnUV'a Repairing
RefmishJng Painting
Antiques a Specialty
1343 S.W 8th STREET
Pfcene 374-7604
HOLIDAY GREETINGS
TO ALL OUR FRIENDS
LCASEY
Air Conditioning Installing
5949 S W. 68th STREET
Phone 667 5194
Shevuofh Greetings From
Campbeir.*
ATI.ANTIC SERVICE
2390 S.W 37th AVENUE
Phone 667-9267
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Shavuoth Greetings From
BALDWIN
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BALDWIN
liiMiranc> Agency, Inc.
PHONE FR 4 8181
840 Biscayne Blvd., Miami
SHAVUOTH GREETINGS
J & W. Plumbing
Service, Inc.
1 222 NW 29th STREET
Phone NE 5-4435
Tom Jay -Jim Washington
MIAMI, FLORIDA
HERMAN
GREEN PAINT
& Body Shop
500 N E 167th Street
Phone 945-4912
2530 Ali-Baba Avenue
Op*-Lock a
Phone 665-5492
SINCERE GOOD WTTHES
TO All
GREETINGS
Datlc Underwriters
Insurance Agency
RALPH D HOLLANDER
901 NE 125th Street
North Miami
Ph 751 8586
HABBI DANIfL KIRSHMUM
Siiidt'iii Police
Dialogue Slated
A live i fforl to i : ti r
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madi bj m\ L'niversitj >l
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m ith Coral i labli polio "t: er>
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Carol Ann Si tuti a *i; hon ii
mil ationa
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Shavuoth The Harvest Of Agricultural Development
Bf l> Will HI.AI KM.W
Shavuoth i* a harvest festival
The Book of Ruth, which is n ad
on the holiday, describ n the har-
vesl seen.- in ancii nl Israel. It i
a reminder that the Jis once
were tillers of the noil.
Today in Israel, the Hook of
Ruth is still rvad. but it i* no
longer necessary to remind her
people "i the connection with the
soil.
The creation ol the new Israel
h i- xp d the old fallacy, di ar
to the anti-Semite, that the Jew
could only i a middleman, never
a creative farmer. Today tl
- mith thi' myth thai
the i ai >!i i~ flat. w hich people
i fore
It
most : i
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li> [si ael every j
Is! B
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ii: Israi iiui ii r side b>
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till the
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Israelite Center Ladies
Install New Slate
The Sisterhood ol the l-i n
Cent* r Temple
officers at
lijli at H sdaj
s. ? .-,: ,- it [on office rs
will I"- Rabbi and Mrs Avrom
Dra/ii The officers to be installed
Sol -Im !'_. presi-
Ritterman,
men bei Mi Emanuel Burl
cultural, Mrs William Drueker,
llinkofl
- cnts Mrs
Hy Kirsi tarj;

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Greetings To All
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New and Used Office
Furniture
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to help dry out the ssvamps ami
rid tha couatrj "i malaria
which plagued it They need* I
crop for Incom We recall the
first settlers In America at
Jamestown. The> wen- lost until
they discovered Ihej had an in-
come crop in tobai
The first Jewish settlers In is-
l.icl might have planted tobacco
There is some tobacco grown in
Israel today, but it is not the
best crop for the country The
:i!-t Jewish settlers turned to a
ei op di .ii to thi ii fon i" ai -
grap a
i irapi i for w ini bri ighl -
me,mil'. In,i the returns w
iger Thej considi i ed otl i
fruit i 'i angi s. A
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word I. Scheatfer. president
E. J. Schearfer and Associ-
a Miami advertising
ncy. has been named to the
rd of Governors Council.
erican Association of Ad-
.sing Agencies.
VMometco Thettrrt
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Barbra Streisand
T GitU.
Dade County I SO
Elects New Slate
A < u -int. ifflcers hu i* n
ted by in* i S(' Count ij
Gri Bti r Miami whit h in< lud< s the
club m ii tvi II as that
ot On t< r Mi.ri
Th- offlcera elected were Mrs
Louis Glasscr, president; Judge
Jack A Falk, honorary president;
Hank Cutshall and Tom Walsh,
vice presidents; VaJesca Oehl-
tchlaegei m retary, and Harry C
Ebright, treasurer.
Nat Blackstone, Gertrude Got-
wols, Virginia Costello, Myrtle
Hynn. Ida Ma< ftobtnson, Cecil
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Spring, Carmelits Plorman, Polly
' ford S Sorley. Richard Hocker.
Mis <; I-.. Shiiil.- June Potter and Mrs Cary Weeks
were electe 1 to the board a
rectors
Rabbinic ORT Names
New Board Member
Rabbi Gilbert K .- m in, chair-
man .>f the N ilnicORT
Committe< has announced the ap-
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spiritual k ad 1 il Ti mple
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Beaming over plans recently unveiled for a
proposed swimming pool at Parkway Child
ren's Center, 1701 N.W 30th Ave., from
left. Mrs. Ann Smith. Miami Mayor Stephen
P. Clark. David Rabinovitz, Leo Steinman.
George Nachwalter, Archie Stone. Carl
Smith and Herb Schurow;tz. Proceeds from a
Flea Market end Auction at Tropical Park
will go toward funds for the children's pool.
YM-YWHA Offers Trips To Israel
High n dool -1 I.nis urtween
16 ind is yt-ars ol age will In
giv 11 thi opimrtunit) to nartii I-
pat< in a i.iiw.. k program in
Isra I 1 t 1 in n sti i< ti .1 in ; 1 -
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Katz Israel community consultant
at Gn .'. 1 Mi imi YM-YWHA
announced
TI S n-Kibbut t" pro-
iu in its 10th y<'ai is a
i by Hi. Vmerl ai /...
Youth Fuundal

a kibbut. ti n days foi organizi-d
tours throughout the rountrj and
ti n daj fre< 1 inw
I Hhei Isra< I tra\ 1 1 opportunities
this summer ineludt Xtv Youth
Pllgrimagi in Juti ai I for
15" to 25-) 1 ar-okls
TI. .lit |p |o [si
the I'lpai 1 Israel orien-
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man chairman and Sylvia Mcinsbach.
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The Season
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B> KABRI MWUKI.I. KKKl.ER.
T-fnpr Zimiin. ( ursl .aides
Zman .Matan Torosainu" char-
'''-' I ol ". m of thu
holiday of Shavuotti the- S<-ason
of CivinK (of th. To; ah' wh-n *>
can rwmorate the Revelation at
Mt Sinai ami
#vciia to its 4^*
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er vices
STlfOPSB OF THE WEBQ.T TOBAR PORTlOlf
Shavuoth
'stahluhment of
th. J.uish re-
ligion
It would
that in th- 3.000
.;.:- sine* the
AHAVAT SHALOM CONGREGA-
TION 9*i SA l?l Ave OrWam
Canter Morna Barr
ANSHE [MIS 2SJJ SW *," Ave
Ceneervat ve Cantor Sol 'i>t*U. 2
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BETH AM (TEMPLE, SWO N Ken-
dall Dr. S M a~ Reform Rabb'
Hertoert Biv jj-a Cantar Michael
Kjrrr J
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IETM OAVIO 22 SW Jrd A.r
Ccnifrv*t r Rabbi So' Landau
Cantor William W L peon 4
SH aVl'oTH The | Pi
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Ortho-
written
alo.ut the
Jewish religion
ir cut d-fi-
nltion and tor-
I Immovable and unalterable.
Id ha\>- com Why tne \aria-
ETH EL SO0 SW 171*. A v
dox Rabbi Selomon Schiff. I
8HA> I H T'ur-1 n Pr.
Beraaoi
Revelation, from v--.it-
tru nnii.1,1 Ml Ba'ajrtiaj -in, Sent Irmrinlirr-
, umoiu Dal- |nl ,..,.,.
if spoken M-m
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ETH KOOESM 1101 SW 12th A
Modern Traditional Rabb' Mn
Snapiro Cantor Ben Dickaon.
8HA\ i >TH Pi v
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BETH TOV (TEMPLE, MM SW
3th St. Conaervatve Rabbi Simon
April. Cantor Seymour Hinkea 8
tioni HHAVfi 'Tii Thai
:..-' r I S i.
If I
B'NAI SMOLOM (TEMPLEi 275 NW
mth St Conaervat ve Rabbi Abra-
ham Caaael. 9

ISRAEL |TMLI: Or GREATER
MIAMI 1J7 NE Hth St Reform
Rabbi Joaeph R Narot 10
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M A.D
ISRAELITE CENTER 3'75 SW 25th
St. Conaervative Rabbi Avrom L
Orazm. Cantor Nathan Parnaaa. 11
defined Judaism u '"Ul" Thuradaj ; p m
nvt i ol God, ill '( Ir..- |
a most bi tifu leai rh> > "
'-.-,. M'hat la Tural
So long as th- wati ,
riowii ,u. fresh and cleat "=N-ON*"L" synagogue. JT37
,. Bird Rd Modern Traditional 12
hea M> and invigorating, alive and hhavim h ThurwU; i ; v-
II nitted to get ; L' .' '
uit, they becom
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Thi- was originall) built u:. per-
haps by intent tha
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Toi isainu
In a way that i
:...'. not as a sii
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as a contii -,.
fresh ideas unhm tt>
Am k of tl rora ind bulwark
if the -ta
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Tatv Waterway Cenaervat e
Rate. E9*ne Labov.ta Cantor Ed
mart K>e n ?
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Orthodoa Ratbi Ph.neaa Weber,
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SEPHAROIC JEWISH CENTER **i
Coiiina Avc Rabbi Sad. Nanmaa. 31

CONGREGATION ETZ CHAIM -.'
44 waahington Ae Rabbi A Ben.
Hiilel XT
NMTH MIAMI BEACH
ADATH VESHLRLN TEMPLE IQtl
N E M amt Garari Dr r Con.
'vit'v# Rabbi Milton Schi.nefcy
Cantor T.bor Moi'i 33

BETH TORAH NE 1*4t St at "th
Ave Conaervative "* Maa Lip-
ach.ti Canter Jacob Rr-7- '4
SHAVI iTH Thui
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BETH M O S m E CONGREGATION
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RatCi Dav d Rcrr'e'd Catcr Ben
HI 5h iMioth. Frida> M i
111 x hi 30:26
1 the iieoiiir of |im|
ton rue .it Sinai Th.- j.
it ion Ih. Tor I-radii till Meoad issue. M.n .;
. ',4 23 Innitermi^ny 16:17. which .
;'i SlwvAjoth. and s
SCT1 i Ul >' 1 |>o.h:tnt ons of the Holy I > ,\ ,
vin.-. Shavuoth fallal on Sat*>a!h. the r>
-I rtiih th- Laws .f the Tith.. ami the SaMkit
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This recounting of tha Waek/y l*arti-, f the Law kj ..t,, ,M
and bat4wj iea>0*. "Tha Graph.c Histarv < Haa Jawish Merrt,-.-
ad'tad by P Wollman-Tsamlr. $15. PwMioaMe Is $h4Ho,i< tn6\.
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OR OL0M (TEMPLEi 87S5 SW 1th
St Conaervative Rabbi Ralph G .
man Cantor Benjamin Ben Ari 13
TIFERETH ISRAEL 6SC0 N M a-
Ave Conaervative. Rabbi R I
Carmi. ,4
TIFERETH jACOfc 'TEMPLE 954
E 4th Ave. Hialeah. Conaervative
Rabbi Maurice Klem ,
KrKl.ij .j; p m
Thei 1 u ish
i i ha 1 :"i bi i- changi so
hi law 1. nol violated Tin
nt i.ii-. we observe today in

th< pi
hange alt. i mg< I forn
it i i.' : and worship that wi
n BUll Ol
To rein.in lolal tin law and
in mtenl ol the i >u must i
''": :'"' an autho- beth israel 7?l 4oth st. onhodo.
ii/ii| to interpret the law know
what to do and how to do 11 i. it
those who are not twist the law
mt ol shajn and out of contl Xt
mutilating ami destroying it
The liturgy describe*" the Torah
aa ah/ Chayim" tree of life.
V\'h;. ti.-. Rock in harder than
LAKE SNNAGOC. I ..
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ZION (TEMPLE S0O0 M Her Rd
Conaervative. Rabbi Alfred Wai-
man. 16
MIAMI BEACH
AGUDATH ISRAEl T801 Carlvle Ave
Orthdoa Rabbi laaac Ever
r-
Rabbi Berel Wem
18
BETH JACOB 301 Wathmoton Ave
Orthodoa Rabbi Shmaryahu T Swir.
eky. Cantor Maurice Mamchea. 19
YOL\G ^S9AEL OF C.JFi-E"
MIAMI M NE '-,! St OrtH .
Raboi Naftali Perwan
COnAl'cABllS
JL^DEA TEMPLE SSO0 G-aada
Merm .
name of Temple Ner Tam:d. Mr and Mi
tha Tower ol David Award fa
vn hero who played a leadim:
City of Jerusalem du:
I ltd .vas conferred upon Temp'.e I
re to Israel under the
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a brealdast in the Temple Social Hall last Su:
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BETH RAPHAEL (TEMPLEI 1S46 ZAMORA TEMPl'f
Jeff.r.on Ave Conaervative R.bb, Con.ervat. v, R^M
David Raab. Cantor Saul Breeh. 20 Rlbl
SH A \|. i
44 Zamera a
bt. Maim: Ber8-
8ETH SHOLOM (TEn"*LI| 4144
Chaae Ave. Liberal. RaioSi Leon
. r??"h Cantor David Conviaer. ?1
a tree. Steel is hardei yet Why nol khavcoth ti.u.-i... : .. ,, i .
the rock of life or the steel of.....? vXV".',,
Babbatli Ben i Bermoi
Because
change. Bring enough pressure to k.',"
rock oi steel cannot '" Bviei j<
Retard ,. ,, ,
Mr and Ml
Deal and .ither will crack, break. ,;" Mltaeali r*ortui i dnushtei
Hi ;n Mr* Jako Moi
pi.- ami Ix destroy.il. but
neither can change in contrast, so
long as the root! are kept healthy.
the nee changaa from season to
season, giving with the demands of
nat ire and the progression of time,
but remaining intact, alive and
productive.
B!THJFILAH ** Euclid Ave Ortho-
don Rabbi Joaeph E Rackoveky. 22
ClJ"*N MEBREw'cONGREGATION
p^k w/,n'nJt<>n Ave. Orthodoa
Rabbi Dow Roaencwaig. 23
EMANU-EL (TEn?PLEl 170' Wain
mgton Ave. Conaervative. Rabbi
rv.ng Lehrman Aeeiatant flabbi
Daniel E. K.rehblum. Cantor Zvi
Adler ?4
Toroe*lnu" the continuous Kiv,::; 2\* '''.'. "n" J!"' J V/.'
the constancy of refreshing waters jnandmatiu n Kr st,
that now from ., tndleai sprii
\ tree of life A tree that changes 'J''' "' '"" l
Memorial Service .iu.

FT. lAUDEKDAK
BETH ISRAEL TEMPLE
Oakland P,rk Bivd Rail
Ed*arda Cantor Maur Me,,
SUM I..TH .'. : .
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Sheldon
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Andrewa Ave
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without being changed, thus living,
growing, blooming and in aunt:
ti oil
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Al Stpe < tin i Assi.si.int District
attorney ol Dade County will
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