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

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

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

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"Jewish FlLorjidbian
Combining THE iVNISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WIEKLY
4 Number 28
Miami, Florida, Friday, July 14. 1961
Two Sections Price 20*
.S. Approves Rocket Sale to Egypt
\State Dep't Declares W^
Firing 'Presumptuous;'
Urges Aid to Refugees
x<;"' 'T \ A State 11 | this
il view that Isra : i
ipeol for "presumptuous rejects <
d repati I v ,:, .
. i| State Department reactioi i thi Isi
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re* an j
Isr i i mphasis
. i the
.-,ii iani
il pea
for i ". kel
ii la
I tail nati i
| |vi'S tO pur
; mplemi
i i JUJ
i... >i i-K on an
I Net-
Arab 'ears o' Israeli expan-
sionism while described here at
>tsibly unjust, ?.ed, wrt "re-
3>c*c by It'aeli rocketry
nd atomic research. Alto, ac-
>rdir><; to this "n* of thinking,
>y or lateral" a'omic testing
py Israel, in it small territory,
{ould iwStifiab'y arouse Arab
tar of radiation contamination
the region.
-rae' .^ isolated en
||V ii: the Ara.- world, it should
k formulas Cox resolution of
fferencei with the Arabs, be^in
Ins* i'- the Arab refugee prob
pi, rat: r than j p)licy indicated
rocket launching. This, ac-
>rdine to the D-oartment BOUTCa
. tendeocj toward mUi-
(mm ; her peaceful ac
immodation b .-uch rock
no; i) reasonabl) link
.ii with i
iid lerinf
I r -i i
It was corn Isi
Continued on Page 5 A
Israel Denied Similar Bid;
Fear Middle East Arms
Balance Being Disturbed
.IK!;I \; E : JTA eef
si~ee Israel's request fv
OJt. JC:0M0N FHINOf
. Ipirifycl /if*
Reform Jewry Sees Bright
Outlook for Israel Movement
LONDON JTA \
er of Reforn predicted
thi- week tnai the m ivament would
j-- re tkai future genera
tl >n- : I-r.ir!: le OUld not re
jct Juiaism a- a tuilh a- he Baud
was the caaa t ir a large number
at the present time
Dr Solomon Free'iol of Pitt-
burgh, president of the World I'mon
for Progressive Judaism, told the
opening lesatoa of the twelfth in
tcrnational conference here that
"the need of spiritual life will be
come increasingly evident to the
growing generauoa" ot Israeli
Jew- to whom nationalism itsell
i- no longer an original idea He
said there "wiU be a famine in !*
rael. a- the prophet said, not for
bread but for the word ot the living
God' "
House Body Seeking Effective
Anti-Bias Clause in Foreign Aid
WASHINGTON r \ The Houa Foreign ; rs ( immlttee
real for insertion of the stroc iti-discrimin
| led m Mutual Be< uritj i I kalatioti it-
cod b> Hep Thomas E, Morgan, Pennsylvania
Hat nittee chainaasj, who took a sharply divergent
? tioi im that of ihairman J--------------------------------------------------
Full r lit. if th Sonata For-
i k> i. itions C remittee. Toe
| Democrat iatka elimin
n ot watered loon) eJauaa in
pn ai ibie I the blD Thai
i replai ad Sax I in 108 of the
itual Secui Appropriations
I 1 1000, which cave the Proa
lent discretloi Nvora to halt
! i to counti acticing dli
htminatii n ag ill American cil
bet i !- race or re>
or conduct g bostUa Ida
1 I i untries fi iendl) to the
ted States
He said the World Union had
made "tremendcu* advances" in
both Israel anc other parts of the
world end he foreast a "bright
outlook" for Progressive Judaism
in Israel based on recent develop-
ments there. He bated his fore
cast also on what he called the
tremendous growth of liberal Ju-
daism all over tne world which
he said came from those families
"who reject the Orthodox Ju-
daism of their parents."
"Our chiet work must Ik- among
those who consider themselves
Jew -hiv religious but who are oh
serving leal and less t>l legally au-
thenticated Jewish practice." he
told the delegates from 23 coun-
ti >s attending -he seven-da) con
. e
Rabbi Freehol said other r-'
for his optimi-m about the pros-
:. cts ol R lalsm in Israel
a plan r the
a building i ern
ft
nagogue I I
ra te 173 k sec-
i| in Haifa a o I the
reater accept
anea in Israel of liberal rely is
or u tices
t nitcd v' it
has im
it is sanction
orological rockel to the L'i te I
\r ib Republic has
fi te !. in the last tw.> >ears to per
il the tale ol the same lypi
kel to Isra it was
'.'
Prime Mil iter I
t< Id I
kl) -.'.- thai Israel k
k
n:vi
.'
ill ol "
viti II lasl although, in tne
pasl nun icientil
-' ut with-
I: s<
Israeli circles art viewng tne
American wii'ingrsess o sell rock-
**s to *# JAR wilh grave con-
s-c~ rockets was refused, a'i
s re the Soviet Uiion has u
fuse: *o sell these rockets to the
UAR TVey fear that the alacr -
w th which Washington |uma*d
- in th j respect, may indicate a
-*.* "e-d in Washington to c:
He BOOd w.'l of UAR Preside-*
C-i-j Abdel Nasser, even at the
e*e-se sf upsetting the preca',
I -j J-ce cf arms in the Middle
East.
i
..
i f sti mg An i
N- i I to So
iideratioi
r ickets to Nasser The i
kmail mi i N

\ >rica's move i- likelj
Continued on Page 9-A
Second Launching is Planned;
NASA Hails Space Achievement
MESS VIEWS MIUTAIT IMfUCATrO*IS
PA6E 6 4
JERUSALEMiJTAi Israel will take a lone step forward a. the
latest member of the international space club bv firing within the next
wo weeks a ncoad sounding rocket much more sophisticated tech
lUcaU) that the first one.
Reliable sources, disclosii 4 t1"'--------------------------------------------------------
next step m the planned series of ,an, strategk implications
weaner sounding shoots plann. news the lirst firm, ,
13 srael said the second firing Iwaelij ,. comp|et surpr,Sl Ko,
would seek to hoist an instrument lsh) ti. news
package capable ol transmittin ;,a,vr, ri.
,:,'! -'-1' l!" f;r-' ecial editions
logical
triumph for j nail t
senl up a i i ister sodium which
expl tde la the iho I
il 52 miles | out bite
Si ientific s >urces discussn
eel >f the launching -
thai levelopmenl ol an eft-.
tiv- -olid fuel from local resources
was the most important devi
ment. indicating this hail in
Israel's launching of a multi-
s'a^e socndir-g rocket was term
ed rhis week a "wonder-.
a:- evement" and a tr.out* to
tsrae'i scientific progress by a
S3j,tman for the U.S. Nat.onj!
Aeronewfics and Space Agency.
N'AS \ sc entists meanwhili
: Israel is capable of
Continued on Page 3-A
HAUSNIR CONDUCTS RELENTLESS CROSS-EXAMINATION
'Human Guilt' Confession Torn from Eichmann
The so-callad K*->nody clause,
[in the preamb'j of the current
Mutual Security Bid. states that
jit is the policy of the United
Continued on Page l-A
JERl SALEM -(JTA)Attorney
General Gideon Hauaner chief
prosecutor ol Moll Eiohmann, re-
sumed at this weak sessions of
the Nazi trial the effort be I
Friday to smash the lefei ;
En bmai n i minor cog
Sail burea icracy lei up i
wipe out the Jews ot Europe The
examination was expected te
ia-t ill this w<
Mr Hauaner began hi- cross
BXaminataM of Eichmann after
nearly three weeks of lelTdefeiUM
testimony Rober Servatius, Eich
!nann defensi counsel ha- care
fully built up an image of hi- client
.is one who t icked the au-
> to fit I ctraenl a- a
kej executioner ol tl t Ms plan
-he murder cf I 11 Eu-
ropean Jew World Wa II
Again and aga n, under the
careful coachirg of his West Ger-
man counsel, Eichmann replied
to incriminating prosecution doc-
uments with the unvarying re-
ply that he could not h com
mitted the crime* charged
against Mm becai.- >
gave orders bu* -eel
them out as a fSJ ***
transport of tne trs
The prosecut o^ -a ii" o*'
Friday the e*or to cfcattenee
Eichmann directly on this line e*
defense
The audience In the COUrtl
which had shrunk steadily dunru
Eichmam me i
dements, was i
for 1
f thi
\!i I'.i .-: in by
im Eichmann r
trial opened i spr. 11,
th v -.. i be L
'). found guilt) ol com
In murder, that he knew the
Continued on Page 2 A


+Jelstnt'kl&r
Friday. July U, ]J
__ ''JO'"' .~---------- _______,^=^=-------
Eichmann Confesses to 'Human Guilt' Possibility
Continued from Page 1 A
death sentence awaited him. that
ti- Imd tanlr- aahaal (* nieivy eyw
m meres uas due mm a:v! th:"
he was read) to hang himself in
public to expiate his guilt.
Are you readj to repeal your
atatement here and now?' th-
prosecutor demanded l stand on
in > word. Bichmann replied
standing stiff!) a*, attention m hi>
glass-enclosed, huUet-prool prison
i dock "You confess, then, that
you are an accomplice in the mur-
der of millions of Jews?" Hausner
said, his voice risic
I'nder Hausner"* angry question
in Bichmann Muttered slightly
When he tried to repl) with hi>
usual lengthy responses, he was
immediately cut short b> the pros
ecutor, who demanded "brief an-
swers, yes or no." But when the
hammering prosecutor repeatedlj
interrupted the defendant with
such demands, presiding Justice
Moshe l andau intervened even be-
fore Dr Servatius was able to rise
in protest Justice I andau de-
clared thai wh.le Bichmann
should reply briefly he should -
he given the chance to complete
" s sentences
In reply to Hausners question
on whether he was guilty, Eich-
mann said: "Ye*, from the point
of human guilt, but I do not con-
sider myseM guilty from a legal
point. If some of the Jews found
death as a result of deportations,
it has to be determined from a
legal viewpoint whether I am
guilty."
Mr Hausner returned to the at
tack, saying My '< ,n te :"',;
legal In your hear do you "*d
voursejf guilts ol pat
the*Tmirtler*ol millions of Jews*'
From the human pom'-, yes
since I am guilt) in the dep
lions.' Ei< imann replied.
Mr Hausner questioned the l<
fendanl clcsel) on the notorious
statement he ma le near the end
ol the \>ar to the effect thai he
would jump into hi Grave gladls
knowing that 5.000.000 Jews had
been killed The prosecutor point
ed out that, during the pre-trial
police interrogation. Bichmann
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had asked him about .,. allfeJI
itatenOBt in which he h, -ji^|
regarded him.-elf as i nniMl
So One in the ayes ol : ^ ^
,yd that ho had on his
be killing of 6.000.000 .
he Keli'h
| have not on my
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never uidared anj kiiim.
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he climai ol 6_* hour-
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question il uilt There *u ..-,
i thing as technical, l._.,
thich was different rro
uilt, he ta I
I wore j uniform I: .
i,:,' he said, adding i
ipokt Ol evading .1- ,.r. 1^|
lot realize that thi> wj-
hle foe "the little man" u \-- |
irchj especially tor me wm
bore -ire? orders
Ver much s >ul se.ir,
ling hi- Nazi role. h-
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\iday. July M. 1961
-Mnistrkridiar
teceives Plea for Word About Relatives;
letters of Inquiry Returned in Mail
Page 3-A
A plea lor help in locating I"-!
.. here has eotaaJ Brom
, | KlI-.-Kl
Edythe Geiger, of tin
L nh< m regional offic of Amer
,., ;iv i Um Hebrew Uni-
MO Lincoln Mail, received
L, ;,,, assistance irom a hall
Lter-uvlaw.
egev Development
n Leaders Confab
in Israel
igenda
, for developing tru- Negew
v frontier "'t economtc
I for Ura*l in Ihe next da
\,, ., ii] he iht n'ntrai tbernc >i
,1 leaders conlerenca of
!-i..ii Bond Organisation, meet
racl irom Tuesday, .inly
ijtfi Thursday, Aug :<. it
In re liv Samuel
i c hairman "f the Greater
itti i :. i larael Bonds
t, conferenci will be atti nded
. than 300 Jewish leaders
Miami and other communities
L'nited States and Canada,
i laid.
In discussions with Prime Min-
( r David Ben-Gunon, Finance
limster Levi Eshkol and other
treeli leaders, FriedUnd said
iaf delegates fo the conference
ill study plant to open up the
rndernesi of the Negev to mat*
rttlement, to harness it* natural
rsources, and to establish new
luStrial centers in the region.
|-Th development f the N<-^i'\
isive to l-r.u |*i future,"
r -.ml. it muM absorb
. proportion of the popul.i
[ rease of I 000,000 expected
[hi i oming decadt
I s ( \|>< .it ,1 that the popul.i
b: i : the area irom Beersheba to
Lth Mill reach ltuj.WiO within the
iry r.i fu( in Fivi new urban
i are planned for the area
jght mdi striei as
. griculture w I HO
per year is net ed for the
1 ., lopnv nl 11
'\ nl
- and {obi ("r immigrants,
low Oi will
Israel with commoditiei ol
kisidersble economii importance
[} i-dland also said thai in
\, \ must iw carried
ption of the
I pr-Negev irrigai ion pipe
n is 100 in'!' pipeline, i"f
ih- ,n diameter, i- being built
In. the aid ol Israel Bonds
"She i> a woman of 80. and I'm
amazed at the trank v\a> in which
she ha written, >ini< I alwa>s
thought .i would l forbidden "
Actually, Mrs. Geiger s sister
in law wrote her in behalf of the
acquaintance of a friend, Jacob
Appelstein, of Tchernovitz, whose
lost relatives are two cousins.
They are Mrs. Esther Gili (nee
Goldberg), 33S 11th st.. Miami
Beach, and Mr. Bernado Gold-
berg. 503 SW 35th awe., Miami.
According to Mrs Geiger, both
cousins la-i wrote Mrs <.ih set
M.il yean a^o. promising Hnancia
asslatance if it should ever be
needed Appebstein last saw hi*
cousins when he was a |)(,\ of 15
On receipt ol h r sister-in-law's
letter in behalf of Appelatein, Mrs
Geiger promptly wrote the two
COUSina here Both letter- wen
return e ii Addn Unknown
Mr- Geiger is i ow hoping that
friends who ma) know th< when
a bouts of Mr- Gili oi Goldbt rg
will respond with any bit of in-
formation A mi': [i rson in
rchernovitt, Russia is waitii
Kramer Assumes AJCong Directorship;
'Dutch Treat' Farewell for Lazere
MAtOiD KffAME*
Kennedy Loves
Salamiand Gets
Six Feet of It
id rm.in Pearl at '>< bit, "t
Coastline Provision Co oi Miami.
red again when the) made the
front pages and wire services ol
the nation 'h:\ wiek
The company sent one of it- spa
cial gifts lor special people, a -i\
foot kosher salami to President
John K Kennedy in Washington
Presentation was via the office
of Rep. Dante Fascell. The sala-
mi, packed in a special wooden
crate, was shipped by refrigerat-
ed truck to Fascell's office,
where it was then turned over fo
the White House kitchen.
John Buekli) oi ol Fa* i I -
.iide-. i ailed a l'n udenl Ki i i
j -ist.u;' tell :h.it the ., i
mi had arrived Momenta later, i
Secret Service car dispatched a
messenger to Patcell's office to
pick up the jritt
Declared Claude DeSautels, a
Kennedy .ude, The President ftisl
loves it
}' .irl and Dearr had . along .iri asserted -election ol pa
itrami, corned beel and
from their Coastluu Provision Co
here Presumably, the Pn sidenl
loves these tOO
NASA Hails
Rocket Launching
Continued from Pate 1 A
buildim: successful cachets for
scientific research purposes, it is
also able to construct rockets lor
military uss provided Israel is
Wllbng 10 devote adi ipiale time
money, and scientific personnel to
military rockl tr>
II Israel's current atomic re
search Mint id- a nuclear war
head is conceivable for Israel. I S
scientists taid, However, they es
timated that such military rockets,
equipped with nuclear warheads
would eost Israel a fortune" and
take a few years
"Dutch treat" luncheon at Bis
cayne cafeteria, i9i? Biscaym
hlvrl, on Thursday noon was to Im-
the site of a farewell lunctum to
Hzskell 1. La/ere. Outgoing dine
tor of the Southeast region of the
American Jewish Congress
Taking Lazere'! place ii Harold
Kramer. Lazere has accepted the
directorship of the West Coast re
gion oi AJCongress, with offices
in Los Angeles, t'ahf
Kabbi Leon Kronish. president
of the region here, announced this
week that Kramer "comes to ton-
gresi with an outstanding hack
ground in the field ol human rela-
tion-
Kramer has been a Greater
Miami resident for the past 18
years, and lives with his wife and
three children on Miami Beach.
Prior to his appointment, he was
part-time instructor in the De-
'iano Dealer Off to Confab
ctor, oi Victor Pianos and disc to music, department, furni
Miami, has left for Chica- ture and appliance store owners
to attend the both annual from the I lotted state* and leveral
ovcni n and music -now ol the foreign countries
. \--n oi Music Merchants in addition, there will be four
manufacturers and days of seminar- dealing with eco-
oi musical products nomic conditions, selling, adver
lisplaj new line- ol merchan and store operation
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RAY U. BINDER Correspondent
Human Resourcefulness
Can Not be Imported
i a betrcyal of simplicity ;o show aston-
nent at the Israeli rocket achievement.
These who wonder at Israel s atomic develop-
I ere just as simple.
Foi mai vorlds .:.?.- listinguish-
.uc.ear scientists a: The cooi
atoi of the Manhattan Proiecl Alamos
a Jew. The mar. who :s today reckoned
It Was a Long Road
The Israeli official's reply to a State
Department spokesmen's cemment about
Israel's launching of c weather rocket
ceils to mind a remark here by Rabbi
Irving Miller, of the American Zionist
Council.
The State Department spokesman,
who is still unidentified, but who has un-
cannily managed to be guoted on front
pages everywhere, called the rocket
leunching a "presumptuous" project. He
advised, instead, that Israel spend her
time and money on indemnification of the
Arab refugees.
The Israeli official's reply was that
each nation must be free to work out its
own destiny. A proper postscript here
would be: so long as it is in conformity
with the principles of international law.
The Rabbi Miller remark, made dur-
ing a Greater Miami Combined Jewish
Appeal function a number of years ago.
was to the effect that Jews are no longer
required to wait in the outer chambers of
the councils of the worid, hat-in-hand,
trusting for crumbs cf kindness to be
brushed their way by the deliberating
councilmen inside.
Jews, Rabbi Miller declared, now
have a council of their own a nation
of their own where the best interests
of the Jewish homeland ere the central
concern of a Jewish government.
Time was when world Jewish leaders
shook with anxiety ct the impact of a
British White Paper or en American de-
rision involving refugee entry or a mass
German war against millions cf their
brothers. Time was when :r.ese leaders
dted breathlessly for thfl result of their
pleas. Would a sense c: justice even
simple milk of human kindness -
sway the nations to ec;e their iot?
The Governme:.- of I rael Rcbbi Mil-
ler observed, is the best gucrantee i. H
need no longer be ntent on
eliciting crumbs of gratitude from the
world s council chambers.
Each count official re-
d to the impertinc spokes-
of our State Der .:, must be
free to work out destiny. The
h people have come a long way in
sry long time. They need no longer
on the permissicn c.J ar.y whim-rid-
den politician, whal onalily.
'hem how they onduct their
. affairs.
....
during the week
... as i see it
by LEO MINDLIN

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out reference to a ch""
administration au lielf-expresscd wist*, ^
President. As Indicated si*
last week. la*, Purpo^
legislation recently .ntroduJ!
. h> Sen. Smatherv to "
the President, ihrougj |J
uch changes as he deemi Bdvi___!
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n ihi -in.nop ol thawing the Israel-Arab cold _r b_,
plomac) there as ihsped hy the state Department, cas
\ ih nations rnn.nn firm in the bcttef. and
: .: i th<
copj
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U.S. PASSPORT SPtCIAl EDITION
ner to Dr. Edward Teller, todcy called the
father of the H-bomb.
Many of these, including Einstein end Mea-
ner, were refugees of Nazi racism: many ere
new citizens of Israel.
What limits Israel's nuclear research is
not human resourcefulness but the lack of un-
encumbered economic capability. The intellect
is there. The scientific sophistication is en in-
grained part of Israel's largely transplanted
people.
Israel every day triumphs over her con-
tinuing financial squeeze. The triumj h over
limitation in nuclear research should therefore
also be expected. It should be no ccuse for
astonishment.
Astonishment should rather be reserved for
the aftermath of Israel's successful rockel
launching some ten days ceo. Many of our
own government leaders can hardly contain
heir misery and only wet
cnxiety that the success was :.' N -pi's.
The sad decision to su; ;. ;.la
in-America "weather"
prcci of this.
The growing realizal
ninistrations has meant little oi no chai
U.S. foreign policy !
not clone reflect!
:ne euro .-.:
larantees in A]
rhe State Departm.
o with Sen. I
' :!-ons Committee w
eliminated.
U.S. accession to /
ens of ; ,.
Above the d,n ,
c .he friendship" ol
-n play. East age.:.
able Israeli achiev, *
,ve rocxets. th. .
cs possibly among the greatest half-dozen
m human history and whose formula
| eneray, mass reed of I
as a cornerstone -
nstei.n.
tided h
N THE C
11 \
Ki p Halpern is J<
> i- th..i Secretary K -
Bn >'V i Hay:
and '" i .[ am i s

ai unfo indi
<\ idem -1 Rusk
is cabinet fu antl_
i\en I l< ihn>! a Congress mi
have a .spe< negatn
State? about hich the Ststc Depsrtaneat not pre.
i rth
rhe entire torn th< Stati Depsrtnenl repl) i- ttm
fisnni ncent>, demonstrating lUperflCiaJ rcasoi io Wn
I Ih .i ffi it to sustain the right of
Iti oi control the admission of
th< rtter ti Rep Halpi rn Trie provision of I
aid to fon overnments doe* nut impair their right to d i Obi
kardl) argui Ihn posM Hut Rep Halpern iv not conti tins; tfes
over thiir own entry laws. He i men i
' execution of UJ Mutual Secant) lid ucb nt>
..... assistance that discriminate as- \
"' '' bi.....: religion s<. Sec lo8 t Qm Mul ..
Act"
Such skin nai issue match< in bstie
' Stati Department asaertioo that 'The ,
ibsolutet) no reason to believe thai
raci crci themselves a-dveraelj affct the a\
rn to csrrj out their issifi <<'. dutn
ndeed. is a perfect w futel on ol
nonsense easily lestlfj
: -
SHtJVff llSTIMONf SUBSTAMIATii Vim
yHE STATE DEPARTMENT r. ;!>. m an almod bUOBOl
W1" of d ibelief. reajut iti Kep i
aa the Axsb Israel conflict
normall) refuse entry u person!
Isrsel And then in a mi t -
I) the) kii such i
r11y interesl
and insuitini | .. Hal|
: II i Slate I'- pi rtmenl in v
promise his patriotism One cai
ce of the 1
the bon
thai the ;
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lie East
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. ma Cor
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jgy. July M. 1961
rTERS TO THt EDITOR -
"JenittfkrHitr
Page 5-A
foiv 5Aotf/r/ Eichmann be Punished?
HTOR. The Jewiih Floridi.n:
iman who
.earcbing (<>r
m ,1 unt
,n the queal
, |om in
which l
1 i ;i I have
i t ,'i !il M if
i i i. n
ird h hu i\
it ol
: tard the
ru "i iiui'i
in ol fed les-
. unel) on
future and who
[ human tx ings
. \ : ; htn.mn i> dl
I IhU I)' Utal
y he
. ard the con
., I hit h -' I
\ imei "i the
: ide w< re i om
What country saw fit to open
up its cor to the helpless vie-
t nd tried to save them?
,-> rj^rt shed tears of eonv
. r and mercy before the
ind fagedy was enacted? Who
ored until it was too late
md the bloodbath of destruction
ijcI already been perpetrated?
whole world sat by in silent
acquiescence while th devil's
d>sciple< slaughtered the inno-
ents in a holocaust f horror and
iadne< that no amount of time
Can erase from the memory of
ten.
remaining question i-
i .>t puntshmeal -hall be
| to tii- arch criminal who
trial in Israel? Vanoua
i have Dean put forth
v i n in^ pmpli'
reco n mended thai
[ ie sent to the |aa-chan
m in) 'i his victims
r i rei >mmended for him
death in the electric
tgesi that he
d Kir foi the
life
I do not .i: n < \c :l!i an) ol these
propi sals, ;in.i i am certainly op
pored to capital punishment in an)
form I would iik-- to suggest that
Eichmann he sentenced to life-im
bullet-pi '"l glass
parable to the
one in v. h.rh he is now enclosed,
and tl it he hi uirrounde i by tele
pictures
I hi
:
i this
how I :
He -h.ri: in effect the I
ture and I ei) thai he \ i -11-.t
millions -i ol hei and if in-
he has human so shall
hr repent
MRS SARAH JACOBS
Miami Beach
EDITOR. The JewisS Floridian:
Our rond h m home
I, \ .. he Da i hotel,
..nd v t- an ud ol tlw contnbu-
t n that Miami Be u ti has made
to Isi .! I in this strucl ire l*ra< I
it ,i land "t mi' at '- nd er< I hi
it ble extei led to ne
i ooks an I c haptei Ihe heroism
and the miracles ol I i la) would
surely nol t.;k- ba< k < i i those
ni yesteryear
In Israel today, ever} man, wom-
an and child ia a prophel -._< and
saint. All prophet) Ihe ultimate
redemption "t the soil <>t i>r.i<-i
Thry are true sages because Ihej
know how important u is 10 have
an independent country. The) are
iniaft* because << Ibeii devotaon to
the land and to one another. Al-
though they n>a> nave political till
fen-tut"., tliey also have l respeel tor all who build and work
This mean- tme brotberl) love not
found in an) other countrj Preju
tea i- unknown, although Israel
u a nation oi every race color and
ci eed
The la.id is the Land of Eterni-
ty because the past, present
and future are all visible; its
past is sacred, its present is vig-
orous, and its future is fufi of
hope. The people work, but they
do not overwork; they are sensi-
ble, with culture and relaxation
a part of their national develop-
ment. Indeed, art and culture
are a part of their lives.
The ai erage Israeli i religious
hi his ow n wa). It is perhaps dil
fcrenl from the American concept,
on i super mposed
Israi Is is internal \\ ith Mizra hi
ye hivoth all oi i intr). th'
nation's youth will be inspired
toward relig
President Itzhak l'- n Zei i re-
i'i\ e I u- in the presidential home
our mission was in behall ol Sec
retar) of State Tom Adams "f Flori-
da and we presented the (lag ol
tin State "f Florida ;i- .i ^itt to the
ol Israel In his behall In
another official visit, we were re
ceived b) the acting mayor and
cit) council ol Jerusalem, where
we pre ented .. scroll sent bj Mi
ami Beach Mayor Kenneth Oka in-
scribed From tin- City ol \i.
ami Beat h the < 'it) "t Eternal -
shine t.i Ihe City of Jerusalem, the
i it) ol Pi ace '
RABBI TIBOR STERN
Franklin J. Fitzpntrick, director of the Elks national conven-
tion committee, Chelsea Senerchia. general chairman of the
Greatei Miami 1961 convention, and Harold Rosen, exalted
ruler of Miami Beach Elks Lodge, confer on details for the
July 9 to 14 affair at the Fontaineoieau hotel.
UN Study Group Meets Tuesday
tinted Nations Stud) Group will
meet Tuesdaj evening .it Washing
ton Federal Savings and Loan
Assn 13th it and Washington ave
Discussion will be led b) Agnes
a ei *it) ol Mi; nu and
I ra i able I nit >f
ireater Miami United Nati
Assn
Mrs Anna Weiss Is chairman ,f
Crabtree member of the faculty of the Beach ;; >
Temple Menorah In Bon Voyage
Board of directors >f Temple | and Mrs Bevitt and their children.
lanice and Mark, were bid fare
the dinner, presented gifts to the
'amiiv ..nd called Leonard Rosen
to speak in behalf of the board
Menora,, hosted a on voyag. par .an.ee and Mark were hid fare Jft&5~
ty to its president, Mannce Reviti. well as Rabbi May.,- Abramowiti s,bramowita ,or ,ht. spfcM sister,
on Monday night at the Temple extended greetings in behalf of the hotid |uncbeon recently held in hei
Social Hall leadership of the Temple h()nor ,, ^ Ra,)bl' Abramowiir
The Bevitt family, including Mr Louis De Coveny, chairman oil home
Rockets 'Presumptuous' Project
Corvnued ?ra-n Pa-^e 1-A
lid and phil
t 'ould respond to th- da
In ii al common
fay to i t at> mtc testing, avoid
lous r tckel projects of
expense, and concentrate
uoiu leading to peace
|lh m .: -unn^ ..ta:.--
I N< York, the National
ng Company radio n-l
I adcast a report from iis
rusale- correspondent, Alvin
Rosenfeld who quoted Shimon
Peres, Israel's Deput) Minister ol
Defense, answering the asseTtloni
madr i>\ a stat. Department
source m Washington NBC quoted
Pnrea as anying:
Each naln-n mu>t he master of
its own priorities and decide for
ItseU what is \ital for its well
being. Israel must take defensive
measures, and thing* would be dif-
ferent it ither countries such a.s
E ypt abandoned aggressive t.-n
dcnci'-s
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-JenUt>ncrki&r
Friday. July 14. laj
Papa
Passes
By MAX LERNER
Press Views Military Implications
NEW YORK (JTA
wide prew and other react*
Israel's succeaalui Bttl launch f
a space rockel focused on the mili-
tary implications >( Israel's entrj
into the international space club
The Times ol London declared
that -treated purely as a techni-
cal achievement.' the rocket firm
_ World-ooos which the world has so mach added, th* Israeli success ^\t
on to fear u mild indeed ho mi: >tart a rocket and missili rtce q
',. ^^,1 For ptfcJwtojpfflLm* U* Middle E**i.
The Wall S'reet Journal reportej
sons therefore, it would have been
:,. tter if Israel's scientific research
, i :, m line I grounded '
The Lond m Daily Herald n
while the Israeli rockel was
small bj F5i-.i Power standards, th.'
pr.
With Ernest Hemingway', death a whole era comes to BjiJ
his early yean he belonged to the "lost" generation, who couldn t 1 nd
themselves until they had found America The, sought America he
Paris cafes and bistroes. in the Spanish bull-nngs. on the French Riviera.
never knowing until they came back that it was there all the t me wall-
ing for them, with a quality more exacting ol their energies than any
thing they had experienced before
His early novels were of those exile year-, bul m them he had al-
ready found the great themes ot which he wrote the re>t ol hi- writing
yearsOf love and danger and death, ot the reckless abandon ol the un-
committed of courage in war ind the hunt and the bullfight as "grace
under pressure." of codes and traditions and the way things are done
~ Whatever land he wrote of. he had a feeling for the land BS he had
a teeling for how men talked to each other and for the style i a person
;.- shown in moment.- of seeming relaxation and in moment- that
Stretched him beyond endurance.
It I say he was characteristically American 1 mean it in hi- passion
for the rightness of hi- writer'- craft, as of anj craft, and his swagger
ing assurance that he could outwrite. outfight, outdrink, outswear, out-
love any other man. In that sense he was -till a man ol the boastful
and boisterous American frontier, even when he wrote about Spain and
Italy, .'bout the hills near Kilimanjaro and the waters around Cuba
IN BOTH WORLD WARS and in the Spanish Civil War between them
he was a man who shared in the actions and passions ol hi- time, ex-
pressing the mood ol each period with a buoyant sureness thai tin- was
the moment of truth, and that he was of it. He was the Byron ot the
American age. writing Ihe word- and Striking the attitude that became
the evocative words and the romantic attitudes of his day.
So much so that he became part of the landscape ot the modern
spirit, It was not only the Americans who felt it. The French fell it
loo. and the Spanish and the Germans, the Russians and the Japanese
v\ ith Faulkner he was one of the two towering novelists whom the Amen-
ta of the second quarter of the century produced To think of Heming-
wa> was to think of America with a certain stance of thinking He was
more than a novelist and story-teller He was a way that Americans
hai of thinking about them.-elve-
That is why I say thrt with his death more than a generation comes
to an end. A whole era doe.- He was Papa, the beuetter ut much that
I" onged to the era. He was it- chronicler celebrator. and symbol. I
Suspect it had died before he did
__ _VV_ __
EVERYTHING ABOUT HIS life and work was a striving tor the
e\ client and an assertion of the manly. It would not be surprising.
therefore, plagued ;:- he was with bodily ill- which kept him from his
a- i in his own eyes something less than a man
Of the varied motives tor suicidehumiliation, despair, the death
ol feeing, the fear ti" impulse to keep one- lite intact a- a lived and well-wrought thin j 1-
no: the most intelligible.
I.it.' maj have been lor Hemingway, win. was >o much a ritualist,
>.! deal like a bullfight. To acquit him-elt well the matador must
e!ways be in control, of himself and his opponent. I can gu< ss whether
th.' animal in the arena wa- love or hi- sense of place or hi- sense ot his
J ting craft But when he fell he no longer had tin control, he ma)
have concluded that it was time to go, betore he messed up the rui"
-* -- --
I HAVE SPOKEN ol Hemingway a- a ritualiM In a curiou- way
vl .1.' he expressed SO much in the modern aye. he wa- not really ot i"t
I).-pit.' hi- novel on the Spanirh war he wa- not part ot the leveling
*p.rit ot a democratic society. For a democracy not onlv reject- the
economies and politics of earlier societies, but also their codes There
is no aristocratic caste in a democracy to shape the manner-, style and
Codes of the society Lacking -uth a caste there i- a vacuum
Hemingway recoiled from that vacuum There was a good deal of
the feudal spirit in him. and a sharp sense ol the discrimination- be
tueen the we and the -they" in anything thai counted. He was the
insider, knowing whal belonged to what, and anvone who didn't wa- out-
ought to he the subject for wan miles


congratulations." However. The
Time- added, Prime Minister Da-
vid Ben-Gurion and his colle
know verj well thai il i the mili-
tary implication- of the laum
winch will be studied b> Isi
neighbors I i Ihe exel ision ol anj
thing else "
Th Times also said 'hat the
danger was "that tension in al-
ready over tense region rs
heightened as much by rumors of
arms deliveries as by real deli-
veries. Most Arabs are con
vinced that Israel is building an
atomic bomb and that when this
is completed they will be com
pelled to solicit one of their own
presumably from Russia."
The Time- remarked thai in '
ol all that has be i "'
need to preserve a balance of mill
tar) force- in the Middle East, the
Arabs n hi claim this as a i
Then the extension Ol nuclear wea
Endowment Sites
At Cedars Begin
To Drop Sharply
.Medical facilities available tor
endowment in the nearly omplet
ed Cedar- of Lebanon Hospital are
beginning to decrease more rapid IJ
under the continuous pressan
new pledges and contribution- ap
plied by the recently-reorganized
Cedar- ni Lebanon Hospital devel
opmenl fund, according to E M
bert Pallot, development
chairman.
Mo.-t popular facility f..r endow
men! has been the Baby Bassinei
in Cedar-' mir-ery (if 30 Bassi
nets originally available. 25 ol
have already brer, endowed by
gifts of $1,000 each Pall
The Hospitality Shop, Board of
Trustees Room, Entrance Mar
quee, Radiology-Isotope Lab, Ad-
mitting Office, Surgeons' Lounge,
and several patients' bedrooms
have already been selected for
endowment by Cedars contribu-
tors.
Among the facilities -till avail
able are part- of the Obstetrical
and Maternity Wing, kitchen. Lob
by Lounge, certain corridors, Op
erating Boom.-. Heart station, in-
formation Desk elevators and
centrated care beds
"There are -till many facilities
in the 11,000 to SS.0O0 gift range
psted thai Israel could establish
. kel range over I he hostile
\. ID states I its borders
I that there was
no reason, however, to assume that
[.. ae| me i anj effective
. : icket Nevertheless, it
that the launch wa- .rtjin t
,-tir concern among Arab
which have already ,
alarm over Israel's atomic
gram
Ihe New York Journal America!
commented that the im
"will not be lost on President N't*,
aer "t the I nlted Arab i
particularly in view of the ofi
communique that the rockel *.,.,
planned, built and fired by |
scientists and technicians
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I
Floridians Named Malek Presents Anthem
To Committees
jrnote the Foundation ol
Fund. Standing -left to
\ Harold Shapiro.
Judqe Frederick Bcrad.
L Cypen, Judge Thee
".oidrr.an. chairman of
.:-.. Seated deft to right c:e
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the Foundation. Shepard Broad, Rabbi Mayer
Abrcmowitz. president of JNF Council of
Greet*: Miami. Johan L. Berman. vice presi-
and Heibert Shap.io. Not .-.. are
Norm ::. '' Solomon. Zev W. Kogan. Frank
Cot.:-. Alv.n S. Cawn. and Leon J. Ell,
..an.
attorneys Meet Fcr JNF Fund
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a methods of the Foon-
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Fond which dea'l
exclusively with wills. t and the ass gnrrent of insurance
policies. can co much to assure
a ccntineous flew cf the necessary
fund* for this purpose." Dr Lebr-
man, who is spiritual leader of
Temple Emanu-E*. declared
Rabbi m .1 > M..... > ii
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Friday, July 14
*l
House Body Seeks Strong Anti Bias Aid Clause
Continued from Page 1-A
States to support freedom of
navigation and the right of indi-
viduals to purjua ttieir lawful
activities without discrimination
as to race or religion. Last waak.
in Senate committee hearings, a
State Department spokesman
agreed with Chairman Fulbright
that the clause could be dropped
from the bill.
Rep. Seymour Halpern. N< ~ < rk
Republican. ..- thi chiel w
al the H mmitte* -
i ... : itti letails ol
A:at discrimination against
ican citizens .--"d on th
and blockade conducted
Aral againsi Israt
:a.i
U tak< ..<
lairman Morgan indieati
(faction with the- weak rking
th< anti-bias measure n this
- administration bill. He said
h< a~ sure that the committei
would seek restoration of the
stronger language of prewcu-
induding ficall) Section 108
of the Mutual Securit) Appropn-
Act vt I960.
Rep LawreiM Curtii H Mass
moved to introduce langua.
implement anti-discriminator)
i" ociples, asserting that the ad
-tration ^ia-->. propoced this
ytar ua< watered doun Rtp
c ..r,. supported r.<; only .-
ln8 against religious bias h
added a provision from the- Mu
Act of 1954 -'
the purpose> of Mul lal S<
cunt} '"are negated and th< peace
of the world is endangered
natior- which receive assist
Act, *ag( eo r.omic
warfa inst other nations as
listed under this Act. including
ycotts riock-
i and the restriction i I the
: internal vays.
c the comn
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indicated it would incorporate m
the bill would authorize severance
of aid at the discretion of the Pres-
ident, to nations that discriminate
I
Whan Rap. Halpem pointed out
that San. Fulbright, wmS State
Department agreement, was at-
tempting to delete the clause in
this year's praamble. Chairman
Morgan said that strong anti-
bias lancuage. in past Mutual Se-
curity bills had originated in the
House Foreign Affairs Commit-
tee. He recalled that he had
fought, along with Rep. Walter
Judd. (R.Minn.), in the Senat*-
H-use conference on the Mutual
Security Act last year, to retain
anti-discrimination wording, when
Sen. Fulbright sought to elimin-
ate it.
All Committee member* at the
meeting, of bo'h parties, indicated
- I port of a strong stand againsl
Arab discrimination Rep. Judd
who supported Chairman Morgan
>a.ri in referring to the State De-
partment: "We cet our principles
and expedicno in conflict. Rep
Barratt 0 Hara. [D.-tH.). urged
strong language to end Arab trans-
gressions and advocated a strong
moral stand. Rep Robert Barn.
R NY pointed out that Arab*
m the Israeli population li\ed har
moniously and that a struggle
must be waged to end bigotry
.1- that experienced by Rep Hal
pern, who wa> denied a visa b\
Saudi Arabia because he is Jewish
Sen Jacob K Javtts, R -N Y
meed he would seek retention
cf the anti-discrimination clause.
involving the riLhts of American
Jews in Arab stato~ and freedom
of navigation in international
waterways that Fulbright
deleted
Th* Stat Department, through
Assistant Secretary of State
Philipps Talbot, agreed with
Sen. Fulbright last weak on drop-
ping the clause. Sen. Javits
commented that "the expression
of policy contained in the Mu-
tual Security Bill on discrimin-
ation against Americans abroad
and on the principle of free
navigation rt important and
truly represent American policy.
I will do my utmost to see that
a reaffirmation of policy alcng
these lines is included in this
year's Mutual Security ifore-gn
aid) Bill."
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Page 9-A
IS. Approves Weather Rocket Sale to UAR
Continued from P9 **
i ,0 k( I -^ond look at the
es <* her own rocket r*>
.....intain her position n
rao uhich might well,
back by the Amen
Israel may now have
look alto at her gen-1
, relations -tan.hnu in,
, A ol the faet that:
I a huh l-r years has
i Israeli requests, thought
i rmitting rocket tales
I
i arc criticising the
. rnment also tor its
, \ in connection with
, nl ol the Shavitt-ll
[., i: stage ITus atti-
L, hold, actuall) helped
appro*.! "f ihe nn k
H\ ii.ii divulging
[ I Israel *ai refused such
, uashtngton, ami bj not
\ |hat l-r.ii I knew ih.it
ipproved the tale
a fact which was known
r charged that Israel
||. i. the impression that
.\ lot itep a^ a reaction
Of 'he Shavitt II
\ abinet Meeting, Mr Ben
Iso i ritieuted by mem
i ; position parties for
ii Foreign Minister Golds
I [hi one Cabinet metnbi r
t'u firing >-f the Shavitt
GuriOII replied that
|| wai .ni internal i \
II, saM the Ministry
Communications,
v, itzhak Ben Aharon, ol
Vhdul tvodah party, was
i with meteorology,
i...( anything to do
' i hi project, he raid,
Lit tiy the research
I th> in rente
I
ranwtvle, Sen. Kenneth B.
I.'tmq. of New York, indicated
is eek in mmigf to Secre
ry o* State Dean Rusk that the
r>'v cf rocketi by the United
I. t0 the United Aro R-
) may be questioned in the
iisg Senate debate on the For-
Bill and anti-bias emend-
r-'s to that measure. Sen.
I rig told Secretary Rusk that
V c on the past belligerent
cord of tre UAR, I have serious
y- .iit.ons about how these
ets may be used."
Qjuir) to Mr
l>. ,-. rtmeni
White officiall)
I States
Ii ided !,i pro> ide
11 is t,. the t \h
i lor the
i< i he State
i emenl i tiMii d
' in within the De
[ the in plications "I Is-
til launching > ik t last w
ud tkt
e CAR i
' Stall -
expei mi- nt. ,,t v.
Va He did sol dis
ckats t" go
not the n.,I!-,
trci
Mr White said that the I'AK had
provided the United States with ap-
propriate assurances that the rock-
its would be use.l solely for peace-
ful purposes. He said they would
be used for meteorological re-
search. Mr White was asked if
the State of Israel could purchase
similar rockets from the United
States. He replied that Israel had
never applied for such equipment
State Department sources, how
ever, said that Israel had been seek-
ing rockets and components m
Washington tor several y< ars
i In Cairo, an Arab League
spoke-man depicted Israel's r< < kei
launching as proof that "Israel
is still hent on aggressive purposi -
and asserted that the rockets were
"military" preparations against
the \r.it > One Cairo newspaper
sari the rocket showed the Arab
st.ites must "attack the enemy "
Aci <>i ding to the Arab League ,>t
flee, the Arab -tat'is win certainly
give the mot i.infui consideration
t> the development
In his message to the Secretary
o! State. Sen Keating asked tor
specific information on guaranties
from the CAR that the American
rockets will not he used for "mill
tary and political purposes"' He
asked: "What inspection is to be
provided'' How many rockets are
to be supplied, and by whom?"
Sen. Keating expressed view
that the American public would
require answers from the State
Department on such questions.
I He told Secretary Rusk: "The
urgency of receipt by Congress of
the answers to these queries de-
rives in part from trie fact that
the Foreign Aid Bill will shortly
be under consideration on the
floor of the Senate, and proposed
amendments to the bill may per
tain to this subject."
In a message to Secretarj of Com
merce Luther H Hodges, Senator
Keating requested reconsideration
ol approval ol export license ior
rockets to the United \r.tl> Repub-
lic He told the Com mi n < D<
partment, with respect to the an
nounced tale ol rockets to the Nas-
ser regime, that "| have serious
n tervatlons about how these rock-
ets may be used''
The advantage in the Middle
Last's "rocket race" lies thus far
with Israel, since Israel has shown
herself able to build and launch a
rocket of her own. while the Uni-
ted Arab Republic must shop
around for its rockets, the Sunday
Times declared Monday in London.
Commenting on the rocketry de
velopment. which he calls "a con-
t> it for prestige' rather than a
r.ew arms ran at this time, the Sun
daj Time! 'Scrutator" declares Is-
rael's very able scientists are en-
titled to congratulations He says
there- i- doubt that Israel's Arab
bors, all of a horn are her ene-
mies could even begin to compete
with her in this field."
According to the commentator,
the Israeli rocket shoot "did not
take the l AH by surprise, com
I'll lelj Cairo's intelligence service
apparent!} got wind ol Israels
- \ era I weeks ago, for, early
in June, the I ah approached the
Americai Mational Aeronautics and
Space Administration in an attempt
to obtain rockets for a weather re-
search program at the end of this
month. But this called for more
hustle than even the Americans can
cope with. The CAR will have t<>
wait a little longer before entering
the field of exploration of the i0*>
osphere."
"Scrutator" takes issue with Is-
rael's Deputy Defense Minister,
Shimon Peres, saying that the
Arabs do have an alternative to
sitting still, cowed and impotent,
under the shadow of an Israeli de-
terrent." The Arabs, he continu,
can not produce a counter-detei-
tent, but they can beg or DU) One.
It would be an ominous conse-
quence of Israeli rocketry if the
CAR felt Obliged to ask Russia for
like weapons to restore the balanie
Ol .Middle Eastern power "
At the moment, says the Sunday
Times columnist, the CAR still h. s
B short-term advantage nvei ISTSI .
military, because the CAR has So-
viet-made bombers "against whuh
the Israelis at present have no ade-
quate defense However, the long-
term consequences "will be less
serious if the Israeli Government
does everything possible to allay
misgivings, instead of intensifying
Hum as the Deputy Defense Min-
ister's statement hj> done."
|M Teacher
ivited to Pike
lelmar K Soletn, head o
departnu nt at the Unl
Mu mi. has received an
::"" Walter and Al Ja
'< i speaker al the Festival
1 Sl veil Arts this summer
''' y< -Hv.il. held annually .,;
New Hampshire resort,
' Tarelton Club, is a series
j l '"- .unl lectures by national
''; leaders In the arts and
prices
'i the guest list tor this
r Festival are Gabriel Heatter,
' Hurst, Rocky Marciano and
Of others in the fiel.l of
reporting, athletics and en-
' I 1:1 nt.
' '" Wesley Powell, of New
PP^hirSj ^av tne inaugural
"ker at this summer's Festival.
"*k Tarleton Club is in Pike.
11 snias bogon July 4.
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14. 1961
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Page 11-A
'ollabcration Charges Against Globke Renewed
N | v Charges of active collaboration with the Nazi anti sentence was given to Carl Zen itOChowa Ghetto policeman, who
: .,, ],, Hans Clobke ^tate secretary and.principal nt-r. 62. a tormer SS brigade lead oral sentenced h\ ., Ham berg Jury
1 14,,- KnnT.Tk Adenauer, were renewed this week Di *'r ""! major general of Naz
ite the official Nazi Government commentar> on the
*' mberg laws during the war, ha> been cleared bj the
"!,.,..' on the grounda thai be had actual!) helped ease the
,. ., legll officer of the Government headed at the
po court last November*to a ten-year
nee and an eight-year tern, to term tor manslaughter
Hani Rammers, 53 tormer SS
for
r
M
r. I
ill sil
bj Ado
m,,.. ., ol the Asm,
man Dignity, at
,nd for Dr Glob
, ignaUon was
the principal
Prim He con-
tinent can do
thai l>r Glob-
on the Nurem-
instituted partici
N

Ex 4 if Raarresled
HI ITA Announce
. hen this m ek by
tor thai Robert
|K d< tO Auschwitz
linand Hoesi has
>. Muika a former
I en arrested once
I ,n h he w i- r.'
\. camming magis
ireau Lists
|ew Program
ir Schools
ir Hebrew de
ish school- u.i-
reeh b) M A
I the Bureau of
11 for two sec
Hebrew schools
.,r lartmenl of four
- it 8 through 12.
School depart
irs from ages 12
The lix-ysar orogram will fol-
Ihe i -cjiioni in th
lib' : schoo's and help to elim-
N the dra>-oot of Jewish stu-
|n*s after Bar Mitivah, tinea
'action frjm fha Junior High
>a--nent would be at the age
" program the
ii eliminated it-
iduation i aei < ises
ites ol the elementary
the Jewish school.*
Bureau is planning
cxei .- for graduates ol
It partmenfl ol
students com '
>ix-yeai ct urae ol ll<-
I program con
' : national pattern of
- I rears ol Jew ,-h edu
lewih schools
published its
primarj depart
the Hebrew schools tor t>
1 which includes ..
i Ktra afti nu on
- ii laj u hool sched
I'Xtri laj devoti
. H Men
A 'i*ed registry of Hebrew.
unday school and preschool
lathers has been distributed to
Jewish schools to assist in
l'"-g in any of their personsel
as.
t repri tents the c< atral
' r licj of the Bure......f
in under the hair
trate here who ruled the ex Nazi
would have leopardiied his own
life it he had refused to organize
the transport of Jews to thi
chambers al Auschw itz

Sentenced for Complicity
COBLENZ (JTA Prison terms
at har<) labor were imposed this
srei k bj the Coblenz court on two
former Nazi SS officers for com
phrity in the slaughter ol 6 824
lieutenant colonel
Testimony by Zenner, who had
bean ^s police leader in Minsk in
November IM1, whan the murders
took plan-, was contradicted bj
Remmers Zenner claimed h<
knew nothing about the mass
shootings and that he had heard
onl) rumors about them. Hem
mers testified -hat Zenner had
been helpful in preparing tor arid
carrying out the mass executions

Court Orders Retrial
KARLSRt HEThe Weal
German Federal Supreme Court
rdered tins week a retrial for
Jews in Minsk in 1*41 A 15-year George Schlosser, 47-year-old Czen-
Weal German judiciary to res ,-n
The House ".' l I thi acti tn
a warning that, if the advice was
ignored, a constitutional amend-
ment would !)< sought authorizing
removal ol ucl forn r Nazi writtl
of po.- Is a..% if. ..-ibV
trial
The measure i- aimed speciftC-
all\ at Judges and prosecutor- who
were involved during the# Nazi
period in court cases ending ill
"illegal d.ath sentences.' The
measure called on such firmer
Nazi- t i resign voluntarttly" be-
fore June 1962. and it assured full
pension payments to those wno
did so
The threat of removal action
came in a declaration bj the
House that the constitutional
amendment would be SOUghl UH-
BONN iJTAi The West Gar- der which procedures would he <-
man Bundestag, th. lower i-.mse .-f tablished to find which of such
Parliament, approved thi- week judges and prosecutors ha-'
with one dissenting vote a bill urg- responsible for 'inhuman and fl-
ing 72 ex-Nazis now serving in the legal" death sentences
The lower court had d--< Ided that
only the shooting of a 13-year-old
Jewuh boy in the ghetto had been
proven against Schlosser beyond a
reasonable doubt. The prosecution
had demanded conviction of Sell
losser for the murder of at least
25 Jewish victims The Supreme
Court ruling also took note of the
complaint by Schlosser tha' the
televising of his trial had bean
improper

Bundestag Passes Bill
ri
II Ma m her
' ma of the Jewish
1 l Greatei Miami and
! have been id for s-p-
Hebrev departments, and
for the Sunday school de
Irti -
greening Tests
'ue in August
iiptometnc Assn.,
ration with other organl
and service clubs, will of
nnual free vision screening !
to Bade county children
Vugusl
I group from 7 to 17 will
rcked tor distance vision, nesr
' perception, and
report and BOg
! *il ant to parents
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BISCAYNE FEDERAL
Savings a.n.d Loan Association
MIDYEAR MESSAGE FROM YOUR PRESIDENT
Remember when .. BISCAYNE FEDERAL opened with assets
of $805,475 on February I, 1956? By June of the same year
this sum had leaped to $2,180,917. In 1958 assets rose
to$l 1,836.520; by I960 our assets soared to $23,272,702.
And now. on June 30, 1961. BISCAYNE FEDERAL*.
assets art a towering $30 million dollars, setting a
new record again!
Included in this robust financial condition, of course, is
BISCAYNE FEDERAL'S beautiful Northside Branch in the
Northside Shopping Center.
In addition you will be personally proud to hear that your President and
Board of Directors took positions of pronounced civic leadership in two significant
directions this year:
I. Responsive to President John F. Kennedy's February 6 appeal for
cooperation of the Federal Home Loan Bank Board to lend a stimulus
to home construction by lowering mortgage interest rates. BISCAYNE
FEDERAL rose to help meet the nation's need and reduced mort-
gage interest and costs.
II. BISCAYNE FEDERAL led the way in an unprecedented step to
unite a dramatic staff of architects and builders for the purpose of
designing individual, finer homes for Florida home owners. This fusion
of talents has attracted nationwide attention as a boon to all who
seek the best for their money in longtime, livable homes.
Our policy of prudent investment and ever-
friendly service continues, to combine sound
business management everyday for every
day of tomorrow.
X2
E. ALBERT PALLOT. President

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by ? Ftdei' S. "9
and Leai Insurance
Cs'poration.
OUR RECORD OF GROWTH
S3fl.lSI.SS2
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is Ninon
IB MILLION
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! Ninon
JUN( St
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CURRENT
DIVIDEND
tssssasaaal >
ASSETS
Cash on hand, in banks and
U.S. Government Bonds...... $ 3.733.251.70
First mortgage loans ......... 25.042.484.50
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Loans on savings accounts. 54,729.0'
Stock in Federal Horns Loan Bank. 365,000.00
Biscayne Federal Building, parking
lots and equipment, net...... 756,754.04
Real estate owned............. 127.077.52
Other assets ................. 72.255.50
TOTAL.................... $30,151,552.30
STATEMENT OF CONDITION June 30. 1961
LIABILITIES
Savings accounts..............$27,116,553.08
Loans in process .............. 1,281,8".78
Advance payments by borrowers

284.061.66
5.228.40
10.623.42
General reserves.............. 1.453.185.96
TOTAL...................$30,151,552.30
for taxes and insurance
Other liabilities.........
Deferred income.......
BISCAYNE FEDERAL
Savings and Loan Association
Main Office: Bhcoyne Blvd. at 18th St. Northside Ironch- M W ?7t\ Ay*, and 79th St. $SKZ
a*,,.....Mtcws I. ALBERT PALLOT *>-.,.* mu ? Ntansst


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Friday. July n
Women to be Presented Aliyaf,

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Kabbi Juriah V, |
Mter "< the eoi
action demon
adaptability and via
ish reiifiaaa pra<
that th<- practii
D ill ||
:hjt calli imen i
practiced

he annual July
endence Day rally sponsored by Mi-
ami Beach Lodge of B'nai Bnth in Flam:ngo
Park Speakera included U.S. Sen. George
'' tmi Beach Mayor Kenneth
Oka Assisting in prepcrations were seated
- Altman. Ben Sine. Milton
Friedman president of District Loci:;e r->
n Miller Samuel Weinei Standii
Jcck Fink. Michael Sossin. Beach Vice Mayor
Malvin Englande: Race. Irving Lehrrr. ::. Irv
ing Schatzman, president of M i Beach
Lodge. Son. Smathei Theodore Trushin. Max
Friedman, and Judge Henry Balaban.

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GMJCC Camps Feature Exciting Events
For 400 Children in Four Branch Sites
Democrats Hear Columnist
;> mo "
at the I'.I.
. P Bruun.
ibbal parties cook-ouU pow- fir-t week's program Skits and for Uu Miami B<
r.- trip- the productioi : The .. i, ......
and sell I themes Kint and I ere part ef
tii^hliyhted fh<- fir-t two eeks <.t T/.; taken i Fl
the Greater Miami Jewish Com I'.irk and the Mum; Beach Pu
Libra rj
Directing < imp Shalom if Arnold
I'i-kin. branch director, and head
eloi Ira Steinmetz. >uuth atti
ties supervisor
In the Miami YMHA (.amp Ma
n unit) Center da) camp pro
I'.r more than 400 (hil'ln-n in four
different locations in Dade count).
ri ported Efraim M Gala exec u
live director <.t th.- GMJ<
Bornstein Will
Describe Trip
In Orthcdoi Jjdaiim, Aliyot
hav? rever been acco'ded to
women Reform Jews rarely
practice mil custom fo' eirher
m mi or women. Joseph H. Katx,
Chairman pi the synagogue board
of trustees, said the step was
another expression of our COr>
-egation to make Judaism tra-
ditional, yet growing with med-
errxty
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This program is one ot tti- mans
" ial group work activities con-
ducted b) the enter f> c 'i.ld development through guided
roup axpehences Each group
i dsr 'h- direction ' junior counselor is supervised by
VYeekij luncheon meeting ol Mi
imi Bench Lod^e nf B'nai B'rith
Ka-Bee the groups vi ted the South will i>.- Tuesdaj niMm at the Un-
Miami < it;. Mall Cook-outs v*tp coin Lane restaurant, I6~t> Men-
also held at .Mathc-uii lUmmotk dian jn-
aiul ( randem Park A program o(
What M) Name provided up
portunitirx for each child to act
a ape- held even) -ere held a: Greynolds
1 cial Shabbal party with the theme Park t<> climax the second week's
Directin p Soar i Donald
: uBelle. branch director, and !
am Scheinberg is Hith a< livmes
i
ollmenl lor the sei
sion, which convenes July l
limited to a few vji an< i
trained social group worker and '>"' "' charade form the name ol
i imp director, Gale declari ,ll> group Other trips taken were
to The Miami Herald, a-id a special
4 the Southwest YMHA Branch treasurer hunt was featured lor
< amp Kadimah had a magic ssfetj several ol the groups
sbOM presented by the Miami Police Highlighting each week is
department oilu er Dm k
ind .i holiday event During
Directoi oi the i imp is i harles the first I i reck period these in-
Plotkin brand | head eluded < lianuka and Indepen I
' < inselor is Lav rence Geffen Da)
v Camp Shalom Miami Beach Directing Camp Ma-Ka-Bee is Da-
MHA the general theme ol Gel v"' Esken rancl tor with
ling to Know You highlighted the ,"''"1 counselor, Mrs Sylvia
k.n. youth activitie worker
North i uunty VMHA Branch,
v.hnh iponsoi Camp Koai used
"Storyland as the theme ol the
!n*t week's program All groups
participated through pow-wows and
group sin-my Trip- were made,
including picnics at Greynolds Park
for cook outs The special Oneg
Shabbal included the ceremonial-.,
bleaainga and tinging. Other trips
were to the Junior Museum and the
Telephone Company. A special
Maccaheah and all-day track and
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Irving Schatzmaa i- president ol
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The Meaning of Dreams
4*A *BB> -
In Our Jewish Tradition
By RABBI ABRAHAM CASSEL
Teah Ttmpi
The Bible describes dreams u
bcini* meaningful and useful tor
the puidance of man Freud, of
course. ba-ed much of his psy-
chological theories upon the inter
preiation of dreams. Me found
them to he most valuable in under
standing the individual suffering
emotional upheavals and break
downs. Judaism recognized thi-
thousands "i years befoi e f r< ud
There are n imerous religious
for '> scribing thi- phe
nomenon < ailed dn ams."' For
< xampli < I "I show man in his
think-
In ot :
del nitioi
lee] Isn't it a
fad thai the things *i I
durinj are usu
igh luda a this
: (i yeai
"An unsolvt .1 dream i- 11kt- .1
etter urn pem d It 1- most im
nl that we undei lemenl Biblical literature insists
ild understand .1 dre im, 1 und< 1 standing can bi
i into t \< 1 ll< nt lh< 1 a| ) own tick soul On the other hand,
it we carrj ui dn ams ui our minds and our thoughts during our
waking hour! and do not attempt u> interpret these dream-- this could
become .- frustrating as an unopened letter Thi- theorj In mental
health 1- preached time and time again by modern psychiatrists and
psychologists, but amazingly enough, it has been taught b> Judism for
thousands of yean
The Bible discusses man) dream-- lor example, the dream of Jacob
and the Angels whom he -a "going up and down the ladder." This navr
Jacob a det p feeling of religion and spirituality, and ultimately courage
in time- ot danger and distress The dream- of Abraham guided him
towards the discovery of the un-een God. Thus Abraham's dream- be
came reality, later in life The dried up bones" were part and parcel
of the dreams of the Prophet K/ckiel These inspired dreams drove him
into action in the form of preaching and teaching, and ultimately brought
lite again into a decaying and dying nation Many Prophets like Ezekiel
achieved their ultimate goals through dreams and through interpreta-
tions J these dreams.
Dreams can lead to reality if we understand their true interpreta
ton- and then put them into actual praclice in our day by day living
Thousands of volumes have been publi-hcd by outstanding psychologists
and psychiatrists of our time dealing with this vital phenomenon called
"dreams It is. therefore, proper and practical that we Jews, who have
ancient sources at our disposal, begin to understand and study the value
of dn ams and the value of understanding their true meaning. Our
dreams can be turned into powerful forces for day by day practical
living and can even help us achieve cherished and desired goals in life
The Bibical personalities of old proved thi-. there is no reason why
we modern Jews cannot do the UDI Judaism recognizes dreams as an
excellent method of understanding man and his struggle lor a happy
life It is up to us to delve (let ply into this knowledge which our own
heritage ha- bc-tewcl upon us.
s
e r v 1 c c
J hi 3 iAJe e k e n J
Information to be included in the Religious Services column
must be in the News Room of The Jewish Floridian not later
than Friday, a.m., preceding the week of publication. All re-
leases received after that time will be returned as proof of
their lateness.
RABBI ABRAHAM CASStl
. religious dreamers
l~nigrnti Arrive in Israel
rived at
r i v ship and Shimon
at l.oii
. r tale to tell A
... 'hey had still
hy es In the Dta
\ : l-i Bel Thirty
already wanted
''/'-;. ether
but then ipe>
Lh< British Man.
B wai necessary
the country, which
W Afterwards,
1 1 wai let in. and it WU
--an to emigrate The
I '. 1 ndi 'i The S
J vai 1 itablishe I. all re-
immigration of
ttftfl and the ta:.
wide An> h
' d \fi ei wet
- ip Reul 1:. and Shimon
time.
not The
mto the country
t< ot
By RABBI SAMUEL J. FOX
Why it it that, whtn a group ot
people eat together, one must
summon them ceremoniously to
say the Grace after meals?
in Jewish tradition, in group
; yers when fl.itr 11 th '-anew-
ficatlon Of the divine, there mu-t
1 process of the lead) r -ur-
ine the rest ol group to
,!- of lantiftcationa re
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K< ushah" of (he morning and
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two purposi First, it 11 m<
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U con m ol th< p aw
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of the group sued to le*a in the
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no published volume-, it m.
prove to i 1 > mbai rassing.
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Cantor William W. Lioton.

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Panorama:
By DAVID SCHWARTZ
What Really Matters is the Adoption of a Point of View
ACCORDING TO THE Israeli pa-
per- last week, the ccn-u-
taker in Israel asked Premier Ben-
Gurion, as required by the Israeli
law. "What it your religion?"
Was Ben Gurion going to spend
an hour answering him^ No doubt
Ben-Gurion could >peak three hours
on the subject, but he had had
*nuugh controversy answering the question, Who
. a Zionist?" So B-G smarUy tpld the census taker
Just put down 1 am a Jew*'
It's all in the point of view. Ksau sold his birth-
right for a mess ol pottage. Some have upbraided
Esau for doing that, but there are people who really
like a nice mess of pottage better than a birthright.
suspect that birthrights aren t really all they are
cracked up to be. anyway.

Cop/fol Spotlight: By MILTON FRIEDMAN
Peace Corps
Washington
THE UNITED STATES Peace
Corps, taking a ditterent stand
than other executive department
agencies, will refuse to eliminate
from among personnel as-
\rab states. It the Arabs
- that the Peace Corps tu
made "Judenrein," the Arabs can
do without its. d, according to Peac< ^ >., ...rector
Robert Sargent Shriver, Jr.
The State Department and I S International Co-
operation Administration, however. a*-c continuing
U weed OUl Jews from personnel posted to Arab
ates Rej Seymour Halpern, New York Republi-
can, has protested that even American congressmen
Ol Jewish taith are denied visas by Saudi Arabia and
UN Listening Post:
By SAUL CARSON
Hardly Half a Loaf
AS
United Nations
President Ken-
AS SOON
^ncii'. recent letter to the Arab
[rulers, dealing with the Israeli-
Arab problems, became known,
there W8S .. ru h here !>>r the
Irecords dealing with the work ol
I the Palestine Conciliation Commis-
|sion. The Pec. in existenci since
i'-jp. meets only once or twici a year always in
. : sesi on. It issues one or two vague communi-
ques each year About once a year, it issues .. re-
port These reports have deal; almost exclusively
the commission's workthe re-
least ol Arab i"'11. ei nh accounts previouslj
I eki d in Israel
The Commission was, m fact, entrusted with
> vital tasks By ]n.j:' it was read) l< v< up
the ghost, informing the General tssembl) that it
had found itself -unable to make substantial pr >
gress The Assembly, however, insisted that the
Commission keep trying The PCC, therefore, de-
cided to concentrate on such tasks as it might be
fulfill.
The bank accounts have, since, beer, released in
their entirely b) Israelwhich never intended to hold
I D to them but wanted only to make sure the monies
and valuables went to the right owner- Or; the real
1 state 10b. the PCC ha- made substantial progress
with the complete cooperation of Israel What, lb<
ft of the Commission's original mandati
First of all. the Commission was instructed by
ihr Assembl) tak< steps to assist the parties con-
<< rned to at hie\e a final settlenv questioi -
In other words the prii k ei 1 ias ; i
Degotiati een 1
: Israel P<. as the purpose ol thi
armisti ts In :.il f< ur of tl l
1 nd .1
. im.
Whs as the PCC I gamine
date ol !) (ember 11, ;!H8. The
official I'N imma ulution
"Instructii iren to
1 fat llitatl
tation ol 1 and payment 1 I com|
.
istratit n's zeal I shov
' tl
em's n went to th
arn 1-' t<. plus foi easun -t->
tl ibia and Premier Kassem of
ir: '' One of the tv orn '...I armisti
! :'' '' now in the United Arab Republic;
Iraq, though one 1 1 the Aral ;:i the war
.:-M--i9 against Israel, never signed an armisUct
agreement But the President.- letter concentrai
m one I'd. sc ol the I problem, it mentioned I 1
1 such a waj 1 ohasize repatriation and
rompensationignoring res< ttlement
Mr Kenned) etter is an offering of even less
thar. hall a loaf This amounts to focusing on one
(rumb in the big bread. That's what some diplomats
think
Dep't. Disagree
other Arab League members. Rep. Leonard Fart-
stein, New York Democrat, made known he would
deny aid to any country which discriminate- against
Americans because of race, color, or creed."
Nevertheless, chairman J W. Fulbrighl of the
Senate Foreign Relations Committee and Sen.
Bourke B. Hickenlooper, an Iowa Republican on the
committee, indicated the Arabs should be appeased.
Their views emerged during testimony before their
committee by Mr Shriver.
Most Congressmen, however, hold that Jews
Knid not be made second class citizens The) feel
Jews should be afforded the same status abroad.
whether government employees or tourist-, as any
oiher 1 -S. citiaen
Mr Shriver openly differed with Sens Fulbrighl
..nd Hickenlooper Sen. Fulbnght questioned the as-
signment of American Jews to Arab countries, stat-
ing that it would be "di-appointing if the Peace
( rps were used to enforce our views on such con-
':c.\i rsial i--m -
Sen Fulbnght asked whether America should
"use aid legislation or the Peace Corps legislation
to achieve ulterior motives or ulterior purpo-e-
^< n Hickenlooper suggested that the Peace
Corps, in defen. ing equality lor it- Jewish member-,
was trying to "impose" American ideals on other
nations. The Senator a-ked "Why not -end
people that will be acceptable (to the Arabs f'
Mr Shriver told the committee: "We are not
t'omg to have anj religion- test for becoming a Peace
Corps volunteer, or racial test, or any other kind of
test like that which i-. in our judgment, undemocra-
Ever) American u.ll be able to join the Peace
1 orps ;ii terms "f abilit) rather than any such ex-
traneous consideration."
\ declaratii 1 e b) Mr Shriver that the
1 Corps wouid not conclude an agreement with
en) nal I attempts to establish discriminatory
orps personnel He -aid that 11 a
llai foreign country came and said, 'We m-
- .-t that nobody who 1- a Jew or nobody who 1- a
Protestant can come into this country,' we would
lave to reply Well, we are -orry we are not BO 1
to do business with you "
lie defined Peace Corps philosophy as requiring
1 not enter into agreements which
have ds that are unacceptable to the t on
.'<-- 01 to the American people He cited Section
- "he Mutual Security Ad ft I \prc--c- the sense
1 Congress that any foreign attempt to create di
linctioi ami ng American- on a basis of religion <>r
race should at the discretion ol the White House be
oasis : ir denial "i U S aid.
In rejecting Arab bias Mr Shriver -aid "wi
carrying out the philosophy <.f the Congress" ..-
in the anti bu- amendment.
I was reading in the papers thi- week the story
-\ yigael Yadin. the archaeologist who uncovered
Ihe Bar Kochba scrolls recently. He telL- how he
ai monished the workmen to be very careful with
tr.e parchment It was very valuable, be itMssed
tine man replied. "1 will guard it as though it
were a bottle of whiskey, adding. 'What could be
more valuable than that?" It's all in the point of
view
An American Jewish tourist recently visiting
Israel came acros- a beautiful orange grove. He
paused to admire, and then could not rtsi.-t shaking
a tree, and treated him-ell to an orange The owner
observing, called out, "Keb Yid. the Torah com-
mands Thou -halt not steal "
What a wonderful land Israel is'" exclaimed
the American Jew. "In what other country can you
..t eating oranges right off the tree and at the -ame
lime hear words of the Torah'"
1 take my hai off to this American Jew. What
a wonderful point <>i view!
Overjeos Newsletter: By fllAHU SAIPETER
Nazis and the Arabs
M
Jerusali n
|ANY OF THE Na/i arch crim.:
whose names have been mention.d
at the Eichmann trial >- Jerusalem found
refuge in Latin-America alter the w
particularly in Peron'S Argentina
the wind- ol chai gc 1 gan t< be fell
South America, more and more of the
\.,/i- moved on and finally rea
what b) now probably has the densest concentration I
war criminals in the worldCairo
Man) ol the high-ranking ss men and Gestapo offici
now "serve" as top advisers t<> Col, Nasser, particular)
in the field ol propaganda and youth organisations
raeli circles suspect, tor example, that some of the m..r-|
ingenious anti-Israel rumor- originate from those
expert- in Cairo A- an example, the story about U
German) reselling Israel-made submachine guns to Port*
i.ii for use m Angola bears marks reminiscent of i.
bels' methods.
The Arab propaganda, particularly 'hat origin
i ., in 1- openl) sympathetic to Eichmann. It v
from attempt- to minimize the so pe "i the Nazi extermina-
pri -r..m to declarations <>t sympath) and express
of regret that Eichmann "did not finish the job." An
. >>i ihe Arab propaganda that [sra<
crime" in creating the Arab refugee question is far grei
erthai thi Nazi crimi f extermination of 1 opean Jewry,
The official Egyptian position was made by Deputj
Foreign Minister Hussein Zulficar Sabri in Parliament la-'
tl lie d< 1 Ian d
did not kill -i\ million Jews, not even oi <
million Hitler Jews to emigrate upon paymi
.1 in sum oi mone) \- for the poor, he gatfn
. 1 in camps so a egot iti
Ihe Z101 for fui > and equipment he needed to conl
the war effort The Zionists however, did not keep thi 1
pn mi-t so as to compel Hitler to perpetrate crimes
. the legend 'hat would eventually enable th.
. their aimthe creation ol thi State of 1
Th* Jordanian daily "Jerusalem Timea" -aid in ai
. What a pit) Eichmann that you allowed tl
swim 1 -t you But be brave, Eichmann, and
t that tin- trial will CUlmutati
: ihe remaining six million it avenge >
'
From Hollywood:
HERBERT G. LUFT
Beautiful Liz Taylor to Resume Cleopatra Opus
Hi II) wood
CL'ZA!?ETH TAYLOR
ura] dm
tier in Bevi
paign by th<
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Bufterl
tr was neithi img
r her humamtai efforl 1
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rageous I diseasi
Hi modi 1 m<
Meanwhile preparations are being mad, for Elizabeth
to resume her chores on ihe forthcoming movii >
l abandom.I b) 20th Century-Fox in I due
to her sudden illness The company ha- deckled n
rn to the British I-le- but to -hoot all extei
ial locator.- in Italy ar.d Egypt Co) Nasser has
special permission to producer Walter Wat
writer-director Joseph Mankiewiecz, and to the hi
banned Mrs Elizabeth Taylor Fisher to work in the Uni
Arab Republic wherever they wish to thereb
lowing the current example of the Jordanian king u. re
gard to Sam Spiegel motion picture actlvit
-pen-tie of Cleopatra'1 starts -hooting
"> 1st with the interior- to iK pfa ed S
Fox tell- me that eighl ... n I sou with 1
ic'ion of ih ..1.. 1. nt cit) of -\. tandria ha
I in the British studioa when it becami
eth 'l ayloi would not r turn ti
Next "ti tin .. ends id the beautiful Lii 1- Geoi
Stevei production of The Greatest story Evei rok
ays the role ol another siren Mar) Ma
tO&hu, WlUl whom I -|,. ,,me DOUI -
Beei ihi ba two month- .,.. beet in
" w '' distinguished Actor- Award for IfMM 1
all) b) State of Israel Bond- to the penorn
doni most to promote understanding betwe<
t th. I ruled M.,tes and Isra. I RCCO nil
." accorded to upatoshu for hi- padbrmanci
Exodus, in which he communicated a quality of u
it) tranacending national barriers ar.d awakeiu;
bearts a senae of brotherhood and deepened urn'
standing of Israel- hiMoric struggle to b* free
Opatoabu, who has completed hi- ttrfgnmen' on "Thf
rwo Enemies" tor DeLaureltia on location in larai
' author of a book of short -torn and -
. taJem nib. nted from his lather. Yiddi-h
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-Jenirtftrriliir
F"dqy, July n
UAHC Declares Knowing
Aid Being Given to Bigots
By Special Report
NEW YORKThe real estate in-
dustry, financial institutions, msur
ance agencies and Federal vern
mental agencies were a<
a leading deligious leader ol
petuating housing segi I
thus contributing to the growing
crisis of the motropoIit:i;i center
These chnr^es and other moral
problems facina large metropolitan
communities in meeting chan^in^
city patterns wore outlined in a
study pamphlet by Rabbi Richard
(.:. Hirsch. of Chicago J laism
and Cities m Crisis.' released this
week.
The 103-page bookie: was is
by the Commission on Socia \
ol Reform Judaism repr
the Central Conference ol imeri-
i ,,n Rabbis, the Union ol Amer
Hebrew Congregations its .'.t-
t,bated bodie-
Th study deais with many
moral and social problems which
effects the metropolitan city in
crisis, including the clog of trans-
portation, need fsr b*er urban
plar-.inq. popuatio.-i changes,
higher educafonal s'a-'dard*,
ttlminati-tn c' slums, and -iuses
of i um landlords.
Ol an
anal} sis ..-.. Je vish
towar Is $ it evolves I
Jewish history.
"It would be unj to pla
blame for the perpetu
rogation on an; p
Hirsch "Nevertheless -
meni in mr society are m re I
j
rlirs
esl dry with su
tices as continue I sa I
the main) in ol gr ...' 'd
neighb irhoods real
estate agents ho sell
\. ute area pressuring
se ling pro rlj
low er vali at the threat ol N'eg
roes entering the neighborh
then reselling the same proi
;,t ,i highlj lucrative profil 11 Set
roes con ting legislatioi
discriminator) practices
fusing admit! ince ol Si '" '"
real He b ar I I profess
The rea
. to it
I to chai
I
loss
letei ral

N t only have ral estate
beards sinctioree" the mainte-
nance of segregated neighbor
hoods but they have opposed all
attempts to estab'ish more libe-
ral pslicies." the rabbi notes
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not ovei
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mage in case of race
it insurance is grai
. .: vanabl) hi
ii.- uI accuses Fe
rnmenl agencies and officials.
me "I tb- in l9TC9t Ht
serves that "hen
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i u not onl)
rd e
tion. Although the \$# _
Court dedaaao eliminated Flu
Cial policies. Rahhi Hirstl
the. pamphlet that he fc*E"J
ther the Officials uh i
thr policies were il I, r
then attftudea and pracctittV
Moreover, the F Itraj M
meni still permit.
authorities to detenu/, Ah(.t/"
.nol public and pin.
k?CtS -hall In
the rabbi
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Mid-Year
Statement of Condition
AS OF JUNE SO. IH1
ASSETS
Cash on Hand and .n Banks............ $ 4.428.98? 30
U. S. Government Obligations ............ 250,000 00
First Mortgage Loans .............. 25.ll3.3543!
Loans on Savings Accounts ............ 252.239 42
Federal Home Loan Bank Stock ...... 366 400 00
Land. Office Buildings and Equipment ... M4l.72750
Real Estate Ornned ............... 445 349 46
Former Branch Building
(Held for Resale' ....... 53.897 5I
Deferred Charges and Other Assets ...... 175.7M07
To,al A*ts ................ $32.232.66157
LIABILITIES
Savons Accounts .................... 128011757 49
Advances from Federal Home Ljan Bank .. 750 000 00
loans m Process ..................... 623 547 76
Other Liabilities ..................... 539 9;'93
Genera, Ree',e5 md Surplus. .......... >' *id 39
.............. 122.232.661 57
OFFICERS
Morton Trilling
ViSMUnl Vii-i- l'ri-M,Jrii|
David Stuzin
Prrudenl
S. F. Oanels W. Btntley Glass
KxetMJVr Ni.r l*rr<*ic(rnt AMsUnl \ ivr I'rrsi.lrril
Charles Hertzoff W. M. Merrill. Jr.
Irrasurrr AaaiaUnt Secretary
Kenneth R. Kinard Joseph O. Tubb
aaaiilal Vira Preeideal Auimuu Vice President
John C. Yeats
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DIRECTORS
David Stui.n j. w. Barfiold
Uluen. federal Savrng, I..,,,......., ,,....,
S. F. Oanels C. C. Coensparner
teja'as: '...........<"^-
Ln I ah...k Charles Hertiorf
KSinff^Jjeeb ft......"W'......5
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CITIZENS
FEDERAL SAVINGS
-AND LOAN ASSOCIATION OF H I A L E A H
MAIN OFFICE
400 HiALEAH DRIVE
PALM SPRINGS BRANCH
REO ROAO 4 WEST 4*th ST.


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av.
oman s
"WorU
by ISABEL GROVE =
tting for a thoroughly
icilities for imeru in chil Iren is .* tar
school house of Ameri ii
and attractive i>.>r.>th> B i flew
, leaching fr the past year Dau htei
j ,f Miami Beach, Doroth) is a 58 graduate
itioo at Florida I in Tallahassee Getting
I teaching tor two year- a; Treasure Island
| for .1 position with the D'partnn "t >t the
r tola was at*.pt.-.i and left last August for
[. Sukiran .
.. : i ng countrj nolle but the climate thi
I er we enjoy, calling for the (ami typ
...\mimint. booting and ikin
- Clubs compare favorably with Miami -
. did as much sightseeing as her vacal
j med t<> return t" Okinawa for another
. dtures fascinated her Her visits to Hong
Kioto ami Yokahama where she learned I i
Is and strange customs whetted her appetite
, a- well as si which
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spend the bal in of
[i ... arife and getting with the
. u was awaj
-c a-c a-a
i. hrman, of I
he will ttend a conl A'oi
July Ui Dr
: Rabbinical *
for Mr. a
. i Atlanta
Man Shaw -
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they'll is S
f their ea
., .- internship in Cal
issumi t Jackson
[ M Max S H
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Islands
: to thi r b
rtee dr.
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.- Diane will b
id : the fam i an i
17M Sw : 21
,ii Las \.
n an exotic co
bt-a
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cei smies. s< Xo
pieces ap|
Gallery

serve as presi I
t tb( erj in
Ml ll Mrs v ;ir H R b 255
irned froi where
Eco
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ho Fourth of J Mrs
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Mr and Mrs E Iw ir I !'' i
and Berth
cage ai da
Saul R ie S ir H ir \
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ivid Nathan an I his lw< R 4x i ao I N- in y plus
r Joining them in I
Nam v s,in.in an.I a la r gran I-
I Pntikin
the Natbai
Miami ire Mr ami Mrs. < ". daugh-
i Patricia, and son B
1 'riuto of the mam attractions and distractions
I
Rochester w for ;<- Kelemer I
m 'a brother wilt, Mr i
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"her m R. and her fiance, lika a pharm
"Jewish Floridian
Miami. Florida Friaav, July 14. 1961
Section 3
Noted Woman Attorney and Publisher
Visits Beach Friend and Gets City Honor
\ not< I worn ui attor > id
: : ipei editor was i Mia
week visit
Itorm
is Ur He nda N
ol Tel \
her
Breni er Movers, .'
dr
i two met in l-r. | M .
vi hi re Mrs Me; had I i a-
tend >- '-.- :
Issn 'i ''. in i ...
Fort ign Mini.N) M
ie an
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: ite I 'rv.
first
the countrj "s
in the first judge in
a here he pre-
civil
i *viv. the
rt beca i ,now i
lucl b islness in in- >r .
ThiN a.i- at a time when only the
osl idealistic em sione I the I.
it Hebi ew would once agai
' living Languagi
Mrs Moses received her law
e from Geneva L'niversitj
Switzerland in 1932 .vui began to
practic* four > ter In '.;
she -tarted the weekly publicati
I i Ishd rhe Woman i Today, i
i-r ifluenti
Publisher v
' '--. >nti i ri ilar colu
y law ilar
.1-.- in the woman's \ i
- \i '<- is parti
lii week!) stint 5h
es before Israel's d imest
rts, hich concern thi
i'es ith -u h qi i -1-
rce All
Miami Beach Mayor Kenneth Oka presents Mrs. Her:
Moses with I Key to the Ci;y on the occasion o: the
noted woman attorney publisher's visit here.
tract's religio
'.i Isha '..- I.ii i
in i... the )ui sdicti i -i
;> between t h- domes c
courts "f r the dm
mull Mrs Moses w n
idiiy < mfess that "it is JtiU a
te and involved affa
\ .n with a lovely face and
quick eyes Mrs Moses casually re
niar'^N that La Isha :- also 'fasfa u
an i n;v ie conscious
I, >he and her husband
I sons Out' I | .ir.it;
has .- finished hiN militarj
\. I u other in 16
What time?" At odd tunes a ie
i -.ir ol Yideoi Achron
Isi iel largest dailj i
which her family p .t>
ishes In ad iition she is i
exi uti> e f Isr ie L i>
il Partj f irmed o u ol th< r il
rger of the Progn ssivi and < i
Parties
I' eek she was in Miam i
her ind visit here In 195 ic
re. I Ki i thi l d
M m then Mayor Ch ne
Severs lie
Key to t
fi .
"Sholom." to Miss Israel cf 1961. Joan L Balkin lei
and Mrs. Sidney Raffel, hostess, welcome Atida Pll
Miami Beach. Mis3 Pisanti .3 represent
Universe contest this week at the Miami Bejch Exhibition H
Sevitzkys Off
To Europe
ncert I
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Societ).
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the V r na V ie
: Fuly 27
Or. A .j. 11. he will p to V
t tiv last il M
h Pop com erts ill
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to Verona 1
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51 firsl
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So. Miami Couple
Mcrk Anniversary
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*!> 1st fhrHitr
Friday. July u, l9G,(
Cooking
Corner
Mildred
d.
Brllin
Summertime ; picnic
M ;,.,,n r. Ills C imnlc
out some open-air me > tram
h<,me. whether the> be >pt:r >: the
moment expeditions ^rru-i I
after a ha-Iy raid on the emer
s.he!(. or elaborate banquets trjn-
ported to a favorite -pot As more
and more picnic are:is with cooking
facilities develop camp tire out
ins;-, increase in popularity Pre
paring a hot meal on the spot idds
all the tun of camping out to the
simplest excursion
Not much equipment is needed, a
jrnlle for hamburgers and steak-,
a large tr>in2 pan and saucepan.
and long handled forks or spits for
ton-ting kanobs. frankfurters, and
marshmallows Children lo\e to
make their own spits of slim green
branche-. if these are available.
p**-'
H a ever, ui c_a*
found :; i. wise -..> I ike plenty of
eer-
that nothing ue< -.-.:- I :
iten. it is a lea to plan a
!,-tin:t<- men i and write a list >l
the ingredients.
Some di-he- maj be prepared, or
oartly prepared at home, and com-
pleted o\er the fire, but there are
nany uncomplicated recipe- which
;. i- fun to prepare entirely at the
picnic One of the>e is frankfur-
ter- and kidney beans, which 1- a
delicious variation of the u.-ual
canned beans and franks Ham-
burger- brushed with a ginger bar-
becue sauce, the recipe for which
is alo printed below, give a com
pletely new t3.-te to an old favorite.
The sauce -hould be mixed at home
the da\ Del .re. to allow the flavor-
to blend.
Another illggestion for campt.re
;n^ i- trankhirter k ibobs,
which consi-: of frankfurters
cut into one inch piece- an i
nated on a >pit with an> 11
the followingMuffed olivi
mushroom caps
ii tons, ai
km-, then toa.-ted When prepa i
with pineapple chunks, basl
a:ni t: lit w :th .1 mixture of
equal part- syrup and
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Hamburgers With Gioger
Barbecue Sauce
1. cup soy sauca
cup catsup
3 table-poon.- dark or.)*-,
u-lar
2 tea-P'Wn- ground ginger
1 lb. lean hamburger
I medium onion, minced
The day before it i> to be used,
combine the soy sauce, cat.-up.
brown sugar and ginger, to make
the (linger Barbecue Sauce Cover
and refrigerate overman! Shortly
before cooking, mix the hamburger
lightly with the minced onion and
n into four thick patties. Bru.-h
-enerou.-l. r .;:nser Karbe
cue Sauce and lei rt ind foi 'en
minutes Broil until the tide near
the source ot :er i- brown
Turn the mi -^"" "*n
* :?. and con
::, br ll-done as
lesired. .any
nounl
- ..- irgers
bl d or
needed
Frankfurter* atvi K-dnev Beanj
2 tal
2 onions I
, 1
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pin .. |i I pe|
taste
1 is I Inej
be
Melt the shortening in ^ sauce-
pan, aid the mion and celery, and
cook slowly until the onion is soft
rntt not brown Add 'he kidney
- an I the liquid in the can
Cut the frankfurter- crosswise, and
add. together with the pimento.'
Brina to a boil, then simmer IS
minutes ah the pepper to ta-t.'
This recipe make- ..b ml "1 servings.
Libya Jewry's
Numbers Drop
By Special Report
NEW YORK GSyTS -
ition if s ime 4.o<
.ibout what it vi
1
an Jewrj issued b) Ir \ i ,
lir ictor >t the a .
Jewish I [nsQtul
-h Affairs The pr..... Vi^
- 1 dro 1 :. nk
the peal
than 29.000 I I I
Leas Ui .....Hri ol M,r.
try's total i i -.
the Jew- ol Libya live -
ill in 1 Benghazi, towr.
:u memory to both comm <^
HOW TO
SHOW
A REAL GUY
YOU'RE
A REAL DOLL
Even the m "trimming*." Fact is. the entire family will love it-with relishes or condiments, as a spread tor bread
And-bcefeaters please note!-cottage cheese contains more proteins than Weak! Serve it every day But
be sure you choose Breakstone's, the creamed cottage cheese most M omen insist upon for freshness and flavor
COTTAGE CHEESE
Deep
rich
mellow
tasty...
1
MKHLESSi
no other cheese
in the world
hits the spot like
GENUINE
IMPORTED
SWITZERLAND
SWISS
CHEESE
Buy it si i cod or in a
tasty chunk today ( r
sandwiches, omelel *.
salads, canapes ...tot
breakfn.st. lunch, sun-
por and tcelxix rai ling.
It's the one che '
everybody rotes
trim ta*am of 9
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Friday, hifr 14 MM.
+ h*isl fhrih tr
Page 3-B
Ford Foundation in Grant to National
Conference of Christians and Jews
a Pord Foundation Brant of
S325.000 to the Natioi al C infer
ence of Christiana and I
meed this week by Dr Lewis
Webster Joni i, New York
natioi idenl I tl
in i
to fini solutions to our major civic
problems which closely touch the
issues of religious freedom."
i:r Lehrman recently return d
front week long seminar on inter
religious relations, sponsored by
"Nevertheless, law and religious the S i m Santa Barbara. <
m often < ome ming
confllcT" TTns i~ true when we
face the facts oi specifi
al policies I thii tel
ms as publu supj
The funds will rochia mtrol
ear i atii nal progi d I olU u ind Sum
% that time hi' was one >f
sultants mno aided i
bers if the w minar in learnii \ i le
- oi "interreligious I i

Kai I lorida director '
I : that "with tl I
'i .m and oth.-t i
thi ral level of public Tl onlj .1 few ol the iui state we an 1
meetinq of Hatikvah chapter of Mizrachi
are [eft Id right1 Mrs. Moses Dyckman. of New York
sident of Mizrachi; Mrs. Eugene Labovitz,
l home the meeting was held; and Mrs. Al-
coordinator of Miziachi activities in Greater
Hatikvah Chapter Joins 5 Mizrachi Units;
Mothers and Daughters to Join Together
!i-> ussi ind undi 1
of public < 01 cei aci ord
to Dr .1 "i- -
Designated as a proiect on
"Religious Freedom and Public
Affairs," the program wiil get
started immediately with the
formation of a national Council
on Public Affairs and Religious
Freedom. Membership on that
body will include political philos-
ophers, civic leaders, educators
and theologian*.
Ir c Doren Tharp, vice prcs
idenl and dean of the ties at
the 1 m\ci -ii> i>i Miami co chair-
man 1 f th. r lorida region oi Nl CJ
hailed the gram i" "most timely
'These are problems we need t"
study," said Dr Tharp We an
'.'rateful to the Font Foundation
h 1 ii div ide Km* ncs tizens of 1 to make substai ..
to the learning pro
'i 1 Ford Founds
ers nt tin v ( .'
have 'his n
> the v ork thej ha
:
the different faiths
ram, we tan 1 \,
means ol redoc 1
arise from our i's.'
NCCJ national officials have
announced that the grant will
make passible the holding of an-
nual five-day institutes in various
major cities of the U.S.A. These
programs will seek to demon
strate new procedures for clergy
and laymen to loin in study of
techniques for the quiet settle-
ment of intergroup and inter-
religious problems.
Dr Irving Lehrman, spiritual
leader of Temple Emai u El Mi
ami Beach, ami member of the
Miami Library
In Goals1 Task
Miami Public Labrar; 1
in a nationv eevalua
\mei tea's goal; ac<
t 1 I>r Frank B S< ssa d rector
io ii- for Americans 1- a pr 1
gram tor study, discussion an 1 ac
iv ing out "l the Presidei
n National Goals
execative commit!.....t the NCCJ report which the Commission pu
Commission on Interreligious Re Itshed will serve as a guide In
lations hailed the Ford Founds order to understand the I
for making possible a pioneering lion's gram by saying that "the which will be studied, individ
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1 .1 meeting m
lene Laboiit/
pi blvd Miami Beach.
Dyckman, ol
lean in Miami
ten days to aa
. s tor the new
Mr- Dyckman i no*
.1- national
Womi n
Im' known as
.mi 1 departs
1 its five fellow
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Mizrachi acth
1 mothers
able to mm
pthet assist
OUt fro 'I
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1 ganisation
funda in be
carr) out ita
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ten 1 Zionist
I mi a pro
ind social sen
h State, and
'i"i annual con
29 Bl the Hotel
in B '- M.i^
has l>en in
pro ram- lor I
it years Prior la h. 1
presidency, aba
nati ial secretary and
air:;: 1 the board In
uk.; ; Mizrachi kwdci
eight tr.;, t.i laraal Bha
program conceived on a large concensus >>f moral values on
enough scale and on a high enough which our concept of political free
level ol Milliner to have :i signif dom is based derives from the
uant impact during the next four Judeo-Christiao view ol tin nature
years." and destiny of man This tradi-
Richard Wolfaon, Florida regmn lion has mans strands As govern-
CO-cnairman, and a member of the ment becomes more complex, as
NCCJ national board of governors, it touches the lives ol citizens more
observed that "our unique Amer frequently and more intimately,
ican tradition allows a great va religious differences become more
rietv of religious and cultural tra apparent and more troublesome I
Hatikvah chapter a> well as for dition- to flourish and express lock forw ard to programs in Great-
reservation* to the Oct 29 national themselves m the civic life of the er Miami, made possible t'v this pri igrams with hooks, period
Mizrachi convention in Beaton nation _ift which will help us to seek *!*. and maps
en added to is the mother of four children
iters of Great She and her husband are grand
v. Women, Or parents to five
Mrs Stone who lives at the
Bheibome hotel ma) be contacted
lor information about the new
nee I to read tvook- expla ining 1
ng America's aims -
present, and future
"Libraries were founded on the
freedom of each individual to read
and understand personal and na-
tional issues," Dr Sessa remarked
The Miami Public Library, a* a
participant in the "Goals for Ameri.
program, Will supplement
nationwide radio, television, and

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s noted that during the
period, Chase Fed
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112 1 million, represent
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the public's response t..
: "era. j active assistance
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afterfuHy tailoredfc fit a$ only tK#t famouifiaker knows howl
Choose neat mutW-checks or colorful plaic/^nodels in greys,
blues, olive, brajkfVn, charcoal and green. Sizes 36 to 48,
regulars, shorts, longs.r
E FOR MEt< STREET FLOOR MIAMI.'At ALL
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Pace 4-B
kmianrrrtitr
Friday. July U. \%\
prtt^tf of the Greater Miami
Jewish Federation and former
president ?" F!rida S,,t*
Welfare Beard, is member of
the comm.nee. She was thr*
lime* prevdent of me Jewish
Fam.ly and Children's Service in
Miami, head* Federation'* com-
muntt* fanning committee, and
it a nafonal board member of
me National Covrnc. of Jewish
Wo en
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Sjj|
the bulk of all Jewish phi1aT~r-oic
collected $128 000 xjq
in l-*60 for local, nat- ,^
Ji *ih needs
The Council pro\. 1 -al
lervici I' member .,_- ,.
in planning ant financu
and welfare eneee ?,* l^tM
I -.rlopmerit.- q tnc
nati
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of : welfare
Th- llsfl : -
fundra:-
mizatioc
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ition and e
FBI director J Edgar Hoov i support of our w.-.o.e-r.ecrtea cooperation
to a project inducted by the Grec'e: '.Cash- Hero EDn FaHee. ICC rr.err.re: il shown
on Jewish Con tei to obtain ing Hoover the program of a Jewish Commun-
funds for adolescent. FBI chief sc.d thai ity Center benefit which win star I>nmy Kaye
agencies such cr Jewish Community Centers, The Center :s one oi 4 affiliates c: the
g -::z tap, lb. Welfare 3oard. Ce: ling-
.: American certainly de- ?'cr- and -i*;daislookon________________
NCCJ Sponsors Special Institute
Council of Jewish Federations Reveals
Stand on Health and Welfare Laws
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pr atiors for establishment of a
bureau of community health ir.
th. U S Public Health Service
with the
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mendation of $1,500,000 for re-
search and demonstration pro-
grams in the causes o( fami'y
dependency and disability
P.- affirn
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The recomn
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SARATOGA WATERS
GEYSER HATHORN COESA
Call FRanklin 1-0789
S-i'eseal Natu-a Spring Water from the Springs of Saratoga
BABAD SELTZER CO.
402 N.W. 6th STREET
MORE PEOPLE US*
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AT YOUR FAVORITE FOOD MARKET
RYE BREAD PUMPERNICKEi
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division of NEW YORK BAKERIES, INC.
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simmering this summer? gk,
air condition electriealhi NOW!
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A TRADITION IN
JEWISH HOMES
SINCE 1837
Served In a glass or a cup...
There's Yom Tov spirit in this
famous tea ... 'flavor crushed"
for fullest strength and stimu-
lation ... richer taste and pleas-
ure with your fleishigs and
milchigs and betueen meal
refreshment.
TETLEY TEA
Certified Koiher under strict Rabbinical Supervision
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Plan ncm for real ummer comforl fbr your fhmly. F-
crtap. cool, mountain freah weathei inside yo*u
n il : how hat and muggy and attcky the air maj be
i -..le. in addition to providini cool comfort, Ele. \
(ondittoning filten out irritaUng duel and pollea controla
humidity, locks out street aoiata, makei howeketping ea
and hel(rs prevent mildew oaua.^ b) eacaai moMura.
Pot complete comfort aummer and winter- inveaUMta
year-round ESIea Lru Air ( .djti.ing.
Why delay when hap,er. haalthier livmf for vom ennra
family coaaj ao l.ttie' Sunshine Service Eaactricit) m now .
bwrrbargain than ever Bu> Bectric Aii C'eiioTtioniiig ^
Uw Whole House" of the Add Room-a-Yeir" pUn,
Sea your eiectrie au|>liMKe deaUT today.
ATTIC and WINDOW
VENTILATING FANS
ARE W0N0ERFUI AIDS
TO COOL COMFORT
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- draw in 'l*r treVi air
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lurnil r i to :n. 'assume lh"rJiponIMIitie? ol Iheir
spectivt positions E i war d
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Beth Era< tfa Congregatioi d his
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Hebrew Tests
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itionel tody.
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Olnnm from 20 to 2000 catarad In tha
minntr of tha Diplomat ... an unhurried,
evar-attantlva. aof-aDOkan aarvlca that rr.akee)
ft evant m* your accttloa.
^ You'll find complete
Have) Iftat ^ feciKHw to exactly satisfy
Business Meeting, f your need* in the Kismet,
Banquet, or w Aladdin, Scheherazade end
Rubaiyat Rooms, be it lor o
Larrs bis wife i.< ila, in High
lead Park. ill.
new n. John Michael >> as
i" rn June 20 to soi I avid and his
wife \ ("., two sister;
len 9
The \i in
on 1135 NE 110th ter M
\ and Mrs '.
Sil> i Miami B< ach i arly
ii M t. ;.f' r she .i^ install-
I the Greatei Mi
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lour ol I'ii-
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The -I testing program
seeks to e>tablish instruments of
-U\t approximate educatio-
nal measurement fcr the Jewish
schools. The opportunity to com-
pere provides a standard for
testing the effectiveness of the
curriculum in the schools with
possible approaches which may
improve the general educational
standards.
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thi op
to evaluate higlu
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Pleasant memories of their
recent seven-day cruise to
West Indies and Nassau will
be enjoyed by Mr. and M
A: : tu Zweigenthal, 1717 SW
37th ave Miami, aboard t.ie
litioned SS Yarmo.
sailing irom Miami. They aie
shown on the s ning pool
k of the Yarmouth just
be!' n lling.
] ,.- i tel division oi Mi
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have a truly luxurious
banquet"-'
at the exciting
Fabulous lllgim- '
it sensible prices' |
Bk.1
enced mar:.
r>c exptrthj trained lUf) *ecan
ser.ear, mtrl lot nuck ess
fan you could -
Vrt vou > enjoy a
nc fxcilemfnl ol Miami Btxn s
rest [uu;> hole
And remember-heie at the SewSe-
luncheon lor ten or a ba^tf!
tor over a thousand ran be sf'td
'hf same jac.cus ease'
evlile
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Cat
CtlSult US MU
Catering hnanaqrr
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JENerson 2-2511
CfcANFRONT. th TO J0t> STREETS. MIAMI SCACM
Special Occasion
wedding or a private pt'ty I
for Information!
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, BCUT i i , middle of every tx in The blj '
- ins i t ri the
iyj to over
, r< Bction i- i"
, ,,i. several
i ibis "i e ii
w wear The
nth the tailor
larch that helps
do not help ui
However, a dree*
M fabric, like a
or voile, bare on
.a (boulder
., -kirl that faIN
,..., t needing a founds
irol the figure, make
and ci mfortable
is to wear Ihe
prbloux i
ut cling to the
Shu an fine tor after
ii scht dule
wcai ihr
lio lyle dresev
thai you can i"
: i table in .nidi

Ii ng pants
oi the woman's
i with r
ti ps thi > an
Bttl BCtivi rart
c Howr\or. they
thia MimiiH r h al
to think COOl'
tap red pants ding to
If \ou spend your
ci nd tioned comfort,
then to ) our heart -
i othi r hand, youi
. a hi re ) "ii feeJ th
you will find it
ol if pants
hi cning "i
>kei m ither
ART ;., U| thi r an

ks to think
;- hair style
fures ha\ < .i ;i
; -. this time of
tj plu natural
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Most Marriages
Reported Mixed
In W. Germany
Mainz Germany {JTA) A
demographic study dealing with
Wi t\ German Jewry, issued at
Mainz University, showed thai 59
percent 61 .ill Jcwiao marriages in
this countr) since 1945 have been
"mixed marriages The study
also showed that. <>t l \<*> newly
born children in the Jewish com-
munities in this country beti pen
' I I and 1958, onlj 71 were ol
Jewish" extraction
The stud) a doctoral
turn b> Pr Harry Maor of 11 1
\ showed thai only nc tifth
[ th< new Ij born fi v sh i h I r< n
isted .i- membi rs ol thi
.i> wish ci mmunities hi n and
wi re i nrolled in Jewish, ri lig i us
and education programs
Dr. Maor'i figures showed
there are 23,000 Jews register-
ed officially in the West German
Jewish communities. Most of
them are concentrated in the
large centers like West Berlin,
Hamburg, Cologne, Munich and
Frankfurt. There are 72 offi
cial Jewish communities in West
Germany, but Jews also reside
in smaller numbers in more
than 500 other localities in this
country.
The statistics also showed that
onlj four percent of the Jews here
lived in Germany before the Nazis
wiped out the Jewish communities
Since 1945, about 12.000 Jews
have immigrated to Germany:
4 500 o| thi m from Israel, the
ithi r from M other countries
The stud) showed further thai
oul 6.000 >'i the Jew hi n now
'pensioi crs.' h\ing on oni
form oi another >>1 pensions or
alter its position thai the question ,,._,,, ,lin(!. Aboul B000 Jews
ni i between Ji a ish im
rants nmunit) and other Israeli Jews
he :it to the '!i-t retu n "t l
ral binic authorities, ;"> a as an
here thi> week
II, lati dei ision by the Chief
Rabbinate followed protests by
B'nai Ish migrants that some
local rabbinii > ithi i il ies were
withholding marriagi certificates
I from than Objections bj the i
bis refusing to grani them mar-
ria. certificates stem from the
urn itmn a- to a hi ther ihe mar
. ..ml divon e proceedii Im n
lofoi > practiced bj B nei Israel
lu< '< '1 ai i ording to
! ki&h
The hii f Ral decisioi
t Ian -I !' so ki ..- no new au
i nlative findini appeared >n
connect with thi nei Israel
; ,. then ason
he qu '
b> B'l 11 l-i ael J< i outaida their
A II 101
.; i asii i not to fight the i l<
\"! so, fi>r these im
try changing
hai styli V'ou will find it sier
to think cool if every tune you
mirror j
< ,i-\ to < an foi
lure
Maki up i- another mi
nking i ool W i ar less
ir.t the da> Nt your suntan be
your base Heavy base will cake
ami smear if you are in the h. ai
\ word t" Ihe wiae U i wi anng
a !k .H i: hal while acquiring your
tan It will protect your hair In
addition, tOO nuieh sun i> bad t"i
the complexion, and it i .
A little bub on the face is tine,
but let moat of your color come
In m the ifiitd sunrays
Another method of keeping
i ool ii '" i-' ep your -km fn h
imr in the refrigerator Saturate
id ol chilling ol the face before you
-.in your day is worth hours in
think il .....I campaign
Marriage
Decision Stands
JERUS M EM (JTA > The
I'd,, i ;,. ( :> i ati has 'i> < ided not to
ai act in the West i> rman
i onomj i y I- ndenl busim smi n and -(*i
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MIAMI BEACH
CONCERTS
llrh MASON
saw 51 c..dm.u. s B" gaga
SUNDAY EVENING, JULY 16th, at 8:30 P.M.
a Favorite Broadway Melodies By
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Rabbi Leon Kronish. of Temple Beth Sholom. accepts from
Washington Federal's president. Jack D. Gordon (right), copy
of "A Jewish Town in Wood Sculpture," by Berel Satt. The
artist's collection of carvings are on display cl the savings
and loan association's main office at 1701 Meridian ave.,
Miami Beach, through the courtesy of the American Jewish
Congress. Rcbbi Kronish is regional chairmen of AJC, and
Gordon is vice chairman. In background are several of the
finely-crafted Satt carvings, which will be on exhibit throuch
the end of July.
New Training Center
Miami Springs Villas, ->t> i ng ot Eastern Air Line stew-
ardesses since 1954, >> having a
:, center designed bj
an hiti cl K a nci s V. Tek -< .<
w.huh will include .< 90-seal audi
tonum thrci 50di ->k classroi
ni'\\ administration facilities .in< 1
n lounge
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Fxiday. July U.
Beach Youth Wins United States
Junior Chess Championship Here
B< ach youth
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Mr and lira
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America and or
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iseases Reported That Hit Jews Mainly
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Id tnj -i i
why Jews
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study, made
mson, profes
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s irk found '
..f Taylor
two northern
Potiah provti Taylor-Sat hi
dieease brings blindness with no
apparent lesions in the optic nerve
While it- ca u impletel) un-
known, it i> known to be be red i
!..ry
Dr. Aronjon investigated 218
case* in th* United States. He
found that descendants of Jew
ish carrier families in the two
Polish provinces, plus some
from Lithuania j'-d Central Eur-
ope, accounted for all but eiaht
percent of the 218 cases. He
made a five-year study of the
218 cases in New York City. Let
Angeles and Boston.
!>r Aronson ai'. the study m
jti Semitic
)per Banned
IT \ l An
del v huh ion
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organization which is run by
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The serviet
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Thi Miami '
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Award foi hie o il *ei
it, to then orga
eluded geneological data going
ba k aa far as I i ationj in
182 i arrier familit tmong the
\ ictttvfl -. r ;". ; : ttients
It tcendt d fro (am
ilies
He found thai 9 I of tht
186 i arrier familit en ol East
I'm o ii .it'll Centi : ipe in
stock The largest -
44 7 pel Jews in
boring
Russian and I The
heai lesi in "i
carrier families almt si 20 per
cent was in \\ irlj defined
aieas in Grodno i I Kovno, the
i> Polish provini es He said that
such adjacent provinces .i- Wolyn,
which were also I w f settlt
Jews iii the 18th an I J'tth cen
turies, had no in licati i >l i ;i\ lor
Sat ii- i arriers
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tor in Irai sm ssion Howe r he
found that ti"' Irequt I I'ayl
Sachs 'i.-> was low in
Levantine and 'i Jews
whose 11 an
tht highest among i tun
munitie>
Another study dealt with
theories to account for the dif-
ferent carrier rates between
Northeast European Jews. Jews
from Asia Minor and from Wes-
tern Europe for the disease One
was the concept of the role o*
inbreeding and another the pos-
sibility of a different mutation
rate amongg various Jewish
genetic groups.
Dr N'tinos Myi
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aid his study I
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t,. Vsh
kenazi J< pws
He
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.among Ashkenazi Jews and that
Israeli studies had shown that in
breeding i^ up to 18 percent higher
among non-Ashkt n ews in Is
rael
M- reported thai Um
hypothe.-i.- v n- "'in
human genetics there was no re*
li.ihle evidence Of differential
mutation rates within the "jn-
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Bressler Gives Zionist View
Of Aliyah for American Jews
nka VORK fTA Max Bressl r. pri r"
Mtkm of Amenca.
mean not a ma- HI but a 1 '
Ikat i to Israel foi rarj
..( or permanent
Thai a; Uyiah was
i ited bj Bressler as pai I
gram which had to be imple
mi ited to assure the future ol the
Zionist movement in the I
States other element- he listed
D-xieland jazz maestro lack
T<;agarden and his Swincjin'
Jazz Trio are now appearing
in the Carriage Club at Mi-
ami Springs Villas.
ONf 01 THI liDUIlf aUN4GfMfNr
OffOUP Of ffUTVAl fUHD'j
tounsm intensive Jewisl
furtheranci H
: culture, an i ;n\ est
Israel He spoke at a
ing ol the National Executive
Council of the '/."\
Ke announced the ZOA would
act to help meet the problems of
housing for American newcom-
ers, both temporary and perma-
nent, through a program of
building apartments in various
cities financed by an Israeli
building firm. He said the ZOA
would not be involved as an or-
ganization in building or man-
agement. He announced estab-
lishment of a ZOA Aliyah de-
partment, headed by Jacob Dm-
nes and Louis Sltkoff
I)r | Holl)
: man
il the

.! rael
Kei
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nto thi \.
be n patri
i Israel or tx
he -;:
\\c musl i ition our Govi
that this ma) mean thi
tential entry into the Jewish State
11 100 000 or 200.000 Arabs who
for years have been political!)
conditioned ami literally trained
lestruction of the State l
Israel
-
Lief has worked in a wide
raftOS of musical forms, from
choral muse and musical com
edy. to Gilbert ard Sullivan op
eretfas, classical ballet and sym
pheny. Musk d.rector o the
New York Chamber Smyphony,
Lief has toured e.tensive y as a
guest conductor with the Rol
Petit Ballet de Paris, the
Vic Company of England.
Royal Ballet Sadler s Wells,
and the Moiseyev and Bolshoi
Ballet Companies. His repertoire
also includes well over 100 musi-
cal comedies and operettas that
he has conducted in the U.S.
and Canada
on. a nal
\:i.
\ recipient ol a Ful-
she studied ii
made operal
. tli's famous Fi -
tival ol Two Wot
Sol W'a)
-\ ille Ind when ttend
ed college
drilling rigs i >il fields He also
was a (i neer in an
a.re.raft factory before deciding
on j singing and acting career He
recentl) starred in the Broadwa)
musical hit. "Destrj Hide- Aga i
and before tha: appeared in such
top -hew- a- "Guys anil Dolls
i arouael Annie Gel Your
i.un. 'South Pacific" and Most
Happy Fella In opera he has
performed leading roles in
men.' "To* i and The Barber
of N-\ ille
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M itei David Ben Gunon greets
leader of the Pioneer Women and a member of tl
Actions Committee, at a reception at the Waldorl
hotel in New York durii recent visit to the Uniti
and Ca The Prime Minister congratulated the I
Women or. Ihe -^oi. and on their comple'ioa i
S 15 000 000 in I since the bond d:.-.
1 Pioneer Women will hold the.: 17th biennial conv
in Pittsburgh on Or t I
J\NV Post Picnic Sunday
and games and dancing t'>r a
ill .. ed at thi innual pi<
lb) Ji ih War V et
.-ran- West Miami Posl and
Sunda) at Pit 2 < ran
I'ark Mr and Mrs N

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lillel Bavfi
lies in New York
By Spatial ***
M\\ YORK -Dt Hillel Bavli.*
. ..,.. | h 'tare literature at
, .. ,[ S 'I if the .low
i, iry of Amrr
.. Hel rew and
f ,,.- i ,. ult> of the
| rea Institute
\ cone i I '< ('~h Stud-
Montefiorc
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| ator and it the time of
atfiliated with
[ -., ,,i W than 40
p I.ithi'tnia. in
Q I Bavli came to this coun-
J912 He as craduaied
/m i imbia i nversitj with an
,\ ,. ... a-1 received the de
Doctor of Hebrew l.itera
the 9e ni ..iry.
[l>i Bavli wto author of see-
I \. imes o' poetry, among
llectH !' >emi publish
199* Adereth
im" fM i -11 of Tine),
[srae i 199ft, "L'Rsv
I., k the i Kuihot Nif
Enco iter of Spirit.-).
Niginot A: (Melodies of
i, |.ard He was noted for the
( drew of >uch
Charles Dickens' "Oliver
> ]-M2 a Shakespeare'i
ia ra*' 11953' for
won ed Prise in
i.;
li j .. wr in English
on I i cj cted rotame,
irj Criticism,"
les in man)
recent vol
Hebrew snd
>peci i if Mj lent Hebrew
'- i d in 1!.">h
- the i i ihr defln
" 11 Ht bn iture which
* Their His
re {ion edited
>UI .111(1 put)
Harp Br ithers
itor to the
.period Hadoar," Dr
the Hebrew
S tub P e Essayists, and
i editor of
Mat, Hebre> I issics
Cantor Kirschenbaum Studies
Cantor Ben-Zion KirschenbauA,
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N.-v..iik. N J tSurvlvlnsj *i"*- sea).
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1 i' e* wen July 2 in .. ..
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is studying advai ced i (tatatruth
durine hi- vacation with Rev \a-
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York i than Zeichner. ol Be'n Dt. 1 I in
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In Hiv,
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AFL-CIO president George Meany icenter) accepts the gold
Histadrut Pioneer Award medallions from Isaiah Avrech
(right). American representative of Histadrut. at testimonial
dinner in Washington. Looking on is Qiahu Elath. Israel's
first Ambassador to the United States and now co-chairman
of Histadrut's Afro-Asian Institute for Labor Studies in Tel
Aviv. The event marked American labor's salute to Hista-
drut on its 40th anniversary. Greetinqs to Meanv and Histadrut
were received from President Kennedy. Prime Minister David
Ben-Gurion. nr.i former President Harry S. Truman.
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* %  L++i known to be be red i !..ry Dr. Aronjon investigated 218 case* in th* United States. He found that descendants of Jew ish carrier families in the two Polish provinces, plus some from Lithuania j'-d Central Europe, accounted for all but eiaht percent of the 218 cases. He made a five-year study of the 218 cases in New York City. Let Angeles and Boston. !>r Aronson ai the study m jti Semitic )per Banned IT \ l — An del v huh i•on ..i Jewish ind militar* • sta ei w BI K by the Wesl treme Court published ll on in 1956 ii % merit an, German pub ieder of Obera illustrator was t ho playt it the II it in lasl p ,. SHERATON HOTELS SAM IfVITfN FAMILY CHILDREN UNDER 14 FREE IN ROOM WITH YOU re L AI.F PINT MEMS \\S PINT PRICES l£E TV AIR-CONDITIONING Sw Srw-oton C3"fi'" both the ft and th room. For 4-iecond via KESEKVATRON, etcluuve electronic coll Plata I-0961 IHERATON HOTELS I til to coast >n the I -' C*'Ma nd ov'a Leviten Elected Unit President F Levitt presidt • it ion I in ca> of emergent) %  t li!l> ol Mil is bet nth ad\ isoi years lo tht t S rvict -i" "ii-. Office of the employment service is housed in Leviten s build ing, the Atlas Movng and Storage Warehouse with rent *nd electricity going gratis to the %  organization which is run by I the students themselves. The serviet pe iple in jt bs in IP58 l WO in B ..nil 2 -'"HI iii I K Thi Miami ileril Award foi hie o il *ei %  it, to then orga eluded geneological data going ba k aa far as I i ationj in 182 i arrier familit tmong the \ ictttvfl •. • •-. %  r ;••". ; : ttients It tcendt d fro (am ilies He found thai 9 I ••• of tht 1 8 6 i arrier familit en ol East I'm o %  ii .it'll Centi : ipe in stock The largest 44 7 pel • %  Jews in boring Russian and I The heai lesi in "i carrier families almt si 20 per cent was in \\ irlj defined aieas in Grodno i I Kovno, the %  i> Polish provini es He said that such adjacent provinces .iWolyn, which were also I w f settlt Jews III the 18th an I J'tth cen turies, had no in licati i >l i ;i\ lor Sat iii arriers One effort of his si i I) Dr Aron son sa w 1 1 'in-; Jev i-h in brt • h i tor in Irai sm ssion Howe • r he found that ti"' Irequt • I I'ayl Sachs 'i.-> % %  -• %  was •• low in Levantine and 'i Jews whose 11 an tht highest among i tun munitie> Another study dealt with theories to account for the different carrier rates between Northeast European Jew s Jews from Asia Minor and from Western Europe for the disease One was the concept of the role o* inbreeding and another the possibility of a different mutation rate amongg various Jewish genetic groups. Dr N'tinos Myi n( the \ tional Instil te I N aid his study I %  •t,. Vsh kenazi J< PWS He %  !| • of Taylor-Sachs victims than .among Ashkenazi Jews and that Israeli studies had shown that in breeding i^ up to 18 percent higher among non-Ashkt n ews in Is rael Mreported thai UM hypothe.-i.v n"'in human genetics there was no re* li.ihle evidence Of differential mutation rates within the "jngroupa "i a p NEW YORK CITY for important business and leisure c s isjre TIMES SQUARE j.. i •. • HOTEL WOODSTOCK Albert Feroadez. General vgr. %  : I I 129 WEST 43 ST. for full color brochure) single. So IS doublet (10 •SI] JUDSON 2-5000 fot ; % %  of % ui Wood • • 1 -* fABUlOUS SJJVMff-* -%  St WCCKir PACKAGE the MADISON A,-. ATLANTIC FROM CO 50 CITY Semi Pr.vai" Bath • 9 Hi PER PERSON 2 IN Bicycling -rBia-Jw -ilk ALL Bon Silt W.it-' Tjf — v Cocktail Lounge. L )'.iu r AIo European Plan Area Code 609 Ph 344-8191 F I COME UP TO *n. — -rl nilN^.f ACCkH ISN In Ihe lond of the Shy NENDERSONVILLE, N. C. 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+Jn*ls§i fhrkhan Page 5-B Two Hew Presidents, Vacations Over, Set to Meet Responsibilities of Office I Af 1 %  t • K %  .• elebrities are hor.crcd g t a lea ::.ve held at :he I • -> o! They v • p ;• n in the jssadoi s P eft to i peak< %  iM %  .'• [eles Cc %  eacii Youth Named Treasurer i • : %  I new!) > as i" rn June 20 to SOI I avid and his wife \ ("., two sister; len 9 The \i in • on • 1135 NE 110th ter M \ and Mrs '. Sil> i Miami B< ach i arly II M %  t. ;.f'• r she .i^ install• I the Greatei Mi I!..: i lour ol I'IIw< eks at. hoti i %  Oi retun irnej lhe> ill slop : r i Kong i k in ist. Vged of M : iccepti i ha iron an %  lewis Vppea ii Baj Harbor I '..•-..' Mi ical i 'i'. Mr S chair • I I creai I son i i • I The -I testing program seeks to e>tablish instruments of -U\t approximate educational measurement fcr the Jewish schools. The opportunity to compere provides a standard for testing the effectiveness of the curriculum in the schools with possible approaches which may improve the general educational standards. h school %  iii omn thi op to evaluate higlu : hies < %  a>e to thi %  %  • a< %  ; school %  Pleasant memories of their recent seven-day cruise to West Indies and Nassau will be enjoyed by Mr. and M A: %  : tu Zweigenthal, 1717 SW 37th ave Miami, aboard t.ie litioned SS Yarmo. sailing irom Miami. They aie shown on the s ning pool k of the Yarmouth just be!' n lling. %  ] ,.• i tel division oi Mi ,i Ap : • h: %  have a truly luxurious banquet"-' at the exciting Fabulous lllgim' it sensible prices' | BK. 1 enced mar:. r>c exptrthj trained lUf) *ecan ser.ear, mtrl lot nuck ess fan you could Vrt vou > enjoy a nc fxcilemfnl ol Miami Btxn s rest [ uu ; > h ole And remember-heie at the SewSe• luncheon lor ten or a ba^tf! tor over a thousand ran be sf'td %  'hf same jac.cus ease' evlile %  O'u Cat CtlSult US MU Catering hnanaqrr ESTEUE POLAK Also Available S'ricth Jfesfier Coirinq JENerson 2-2511 CfcANFRONT. th TO J0t> STREETS. MIAMI SCACM Special Occasion wedding or a private pt'ty I for Information! HAZEL ALLISON CA'IBING DIRIC1CI JE 1-6C61 %  em St. Colllna v(



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July 14. 1961 *Jm1sti rkrrtiin Page 9-A IS. Approves Weather Rocket Sale to UAR Continued from P9 %  i 0 „k( I -^ond look at the „ es <* her own rocket r*> .....intain her position n ra o uhich might well, back by the Amen Israel may now have look alto at her gen-1 relations -tan.hnu in, A ol the faet that: I A huh l-r years has i Israeli requests, thought i rmitting rocket tales I i arc criticising the rnment also tor its \ in connection with nl ol the Shavitt-ll [., i: stage ITus attiL, hold, actuall) helped appro*.! "f ihe nn k H\ ii.ii divulging [ I Israel *ai refused such uashtngton, ami bj not \ |hat l-r.ii I knew ih.it ipproved the tale %  a fact which was known r charged that Israel ||. i. •• the impression that .\ lot itep a^ a reaction Of 'he Shavitt II \ abinet Meeting, Mr Ben %  Iso i ritieuted by mem i %  ; position parties for ii Foreign Minister Golds I [hi one Cabinet metnbi r t'u firing >-f the Shavitt GuriOII replied that || wai .ni internal i \ II, saM the Ministry Communications, v, itzhak Ben Aharon, ol • Vhdul tvodah party, was i %  %  with meteorology, i...( anything to do i hi project, he raid, Lit tiy the research I th> in rente I ranwtvle, Sen. Kenneth B. I.'tmq. of New York, indicated is eek in mmigf to Secre ry o* State Dean Rusk that the r>'v cf rocketi by the United I. t 0 the United Aro R) % %  may be questioned in the iisg Senate debate on the ForBill and anti-bias emendr-'s to that measure. Sen. I rig told Secretary Rusk that V c on the past belligerent cord of tre UAR, I have serious y.iit.ons about how these ets may be used." Qjuir) to Mr • l>. %  ,-. rtmeni • White officiall) • I States Ii ided !,i pro> ide 11 is t,. the t \H i lor the i< i he State %  i emenl i tiMii d in within the De [ the in plications "I Istil launching > One Cairo newspaper sari the rocket showed the Arab st.ites must "attack the enemy Aci <>i ding to the Arab League ,>t flee, the Arab -tat'is win certainly give the mot i.infui consideration t> the development In his message to the Secretary o! State. Sen Keating asked tor specific information on guaranties from the CAR that the American rockets will not he used for "mill tary and political purposes"' He asked: "What inspection is to be provided'' How many rockets are to be supplied, and by whom?" Sen. Keating expressed • view that the American public would require answers from the State Department on such questions. I He told Secretary Rusk: "The urgency of receipt by Congress of the answers to these queries derives in part from trie fact that the Foreign Aid Bill will shortly be under consideration on the floor of the Senate, and proposed amendments to the bill may per tain to this subject." In a message to Secretarj of Com merce Luther H Hodges, Senator Keating requested reconsideration ol approval ol export license io r rockets to the United \r.tl> Republic He told the Com mi n <• D< partment, with respect to the an nounced tale ol rockets to the Nasser regime, that "| have serious n tervatlons about how these rockets may be used'' The advantage in the Middle Last's "rocket race" lies thus far with Israel, since Israel has shown herself able to build and launch a rocket of her own. while the United Arab Republic must shop around for its rockets, the Sunday Times declared Monday in London. Commenting on the rocketry de velopment. which he calls "a cont> it for prestige' rather than a r.ew arms ran at this time, the Sun daj Time! 'Scrutator" declares Israel's very able scientists are entitled to congratulations He says thereidoubt that Israel's Arab bors, all of A horn are her enemies could even begin to compete with her in this field." According to the commentator, the Israeli rocket shoot "did not take the l AH by surprise, com I'll lelj Cairo's intelligence service apparent!} got wind ol Israels -• \ era I weeks ago, for, early in June, the I AH approached the Americai Mational Aeronautics and Space Administration in an attempt to obtain rockets for a weather research program at the end of this month. But this called for more hustle than even the Americans can cope with. The CAR will have t<> wait a little longer before entering the field of exploration of the i0*> osphere." "Scrutator" takes issue with Israel's Deputy Defense Minister, Shimon Peres, saying that the Arabs do have an alternative to sitting still, cowed and impotent, under the shadow of an Israeli deterrent." The Arabs, he continu, can not produce a counter-deteitent, but they can beg or DU) One. It would be an ominous consequence of Israeli rocketry if the CAR felt Obliged to ask Russia for like weapons to restore the balanie Ol .Middle Eastern power At the moment, says the Sunday Times columnist, the CAR still h. s B short-term advantage nvei ISTSI military, because the CAR has Soviet-made bombers "against whuh the Israelis at present have no adequate defense However, the longterm consequences "will be less serious if the Israeli Government does everything possible to allay misgivings, instead of intensifying Hum as the Deputy Defense Minister's statement hj> done." |M Teacher ivited to Pike lelmar K Soletn, head o %  departnu nt at the Unl Mu mi. has received an :: Walter and Al Ja %  < i speaker al the Festival 1 Sl veil Arts this summer ''' y< -Hv.il. held annually .,; New Hampshire resort, •' Tarelton Club, is a series j l %  ".unl lectures by national '' ; leaders In the arts and prices • 'i the guest list tor this r Festival are Gabriel Heatter, Hurst, Rocky Marciano and Of others in the fiel.l of reporting, athletics and en' %  I 1:1 nt. '" %  Wesley Powell, of New PP^hirSj ^ av tne inaugural "ker at this summer's Festival. "*k Tarleton Club is in Pike. 1 1 • snias bogon July 4. t^MKBmt @ iti@m JUNE 30,1961 ASSETS Cash on Hand and in Banks $1,466,987.87 U.S. (lovernment and Apt n, v Set unties 8.008.37P.74 Total $ 9.474. First Mortgage Ix>ans 6 2.548. Real Eatate Owned 265. (Khar Loan* • • • W$Federal I h>rne Loan Bank Stock 856, 1 and, Building and Equipment —Net. 1.686. Deferred Charges and Other Assets 186 Total Aaaeta $75.12.'). 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Pjge 12-B U n # HrrHi^r Friday. July \\ PRICES IN THIS AD EFFECTIVE THRU FRIDAY JULY 21 OjANTlTv RIGHTS RESER'. £? FREEZER SALE! There's one sure guide to more enjoyable eating: choose your meats and poultry at your nearest Food Fair Kosher Meat Store. You'll get SELECT QUALITY at ECONOMY PRICES, while the cut and trim assure you of better cooking and tastier meals. For maximum SAVINGS, stock your freezer during this repeat sale! CUT AND WRAPPED FOR YOUR FREEZER AT NO EXTRA COST! BEEF CHO'CE OR PRIME Forequarters AQ 175 LB. AVERAGE c lb. WHOLE RIB OF BEEF CHOICE OR PRIME 59 c lb. BEEF CHUCK 110 LB. AVERAGE CHO'CE OR PP 49 c lb. 32 FCL'ND AVERAGE LAMB Forequarters 25 LB. AVERAGE 49 C lb. BONELESS TRIMMER BRISKET OF BEEF 12 LB. AVERAGE 79 c ib. CHUCK OF LAMB 18 LB. AVERAGE 43< Ib. BABY Steer Liver 10 LB. AVERAGE 43 C lb. YOUNG TOM TURKEYS 59 c lb. i6 LBS. AND UP STOCK TUUK UttKtR NOW AT THESE LOW low ppirwi 0 W *!"Li !" MEAT "" T S *" "E N .ETTEK 2091 CORAL WAY MIAMI CORAL WAY AT S.W. 87th AVE. V. ?tcS*r Shopping Pi att 26c2 HOLLYWOOD BOULEVARD IN HOLLYWOOD 163rd ST. SHOPPING CENTER NO. MIAMI BEACH 19th ST. at ALTON ROAD MIAMI BEACH 10th STREET and WASHINGTON AVENUE AT MIAMI BEACH MERCHANTS GREEN STAMPS YOllP CVT* ~ a AMP) YOUR EXTRA BONUS AT FOOD FAIR 1



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Page 4-A + kni %  '>-• BOV*I _____ THE Rep Haip^ experienci ,s d Cu ^; example of the State |w?i %  nest's pollej coBtinuum2 out reference to a ch „"" administration au Sen. Smatherv to the President, ihrougj |J uch changes as he deemi Bdvi___! ho ll,.n-.rtm..rl SUBSCRIPTION BATES: .v *,nn LO IA "'T^V H r,1C00 One V.ar 50C ^ _^ ^ ^^ Volume 34 ~~ .^ Number 28 Friday, July 14. 1961 1 Ab 5721 *228!*< n ihi -in.nop ol thawing the Israel-Arab cold r B_, plomac) there as ihsped hy the state Department, cas \ ih nations rnn.nn firm in the bcttef. and • %  : .: i th< %  copj S SJCCHflBIVf '1 Of TH[ KfPlY N THE ROLE %  thi : .1 &•:' U.S. PASSPORT SPtCIAl EDITION ner to Dr. Edward Teller, todcy called the father of the H-bomb. Many of these, including Einstein end Meaner, were refugees of Nazi racism: many ere new citizens of Israel. What limits Israel's nuclear research is not human resourcefulness but the lack of unencumbered economic capability. The intellect is there. The scientific sophistication is en ingrained part of Israel's largely transplanted people. Israel every day triumphs over her continuing financial squeeze. The triumj h over limitation in nuclear research should therefore also be expected. It should be no ccuse for astonishment. Astonishment should rather be reserved for the aftermath of Israel's successful rockel launching some ten days ceo. Many of our own government leaders can hardly contain •heir misery and only wet cnxiety that the success was :.' N -PI'S. The sad decision to su; ;. .• ;.la in-America "weather" prcci of this. The growing realizal ninistrations has meant little oi no chai U.S. foreign policy not clone reflect! :ne euro .-.: larantees in A] rhe State Departm. %  o with Sen. I :! ons Committee w eliminated. U.S. accession to / %  •ens of ;• ,. Above the d,n • •c .he friendship" ol -n play. East age.:. %  able Israeli achiev, !" *£ ,ve rocxets. th. cs possibly among the greatest half-dozen m human history and whose formula | eneray, mass re ed of I %  as a cornerstone nstei.n. tided h • N THE C • •' 11 \ Ki p Halpern is J< > ith..i Secretary K Bn >'V i Hay: and '" i .[ am i s • • ai unfo indi % %  <\ idem -1 Rusk %  is cabinet fu antl_ • %  i\en I l< ihn>! a Congress mi have a .spe< negatn State? about hich the Ststc Depsrtaneat not pre. i rth rhe entire torn th< Stati Depsrtnenl repl) ittm fisnni ncent>, demonstrating lUperflCiaJ rcasoi io Wn I IH -• .I ffi it to sustain the right of Iti oi control the admission of th< rtter ti Rep Halpi rn Trie provision of I aid to fon overnments doe* nut impair their right to d i OBI kardl) argui Ihn posM Hut Rep Halpern iv not conti tins; tfes •• over thiir own entry laws. He i men i '• execution of UJ Mutual Secant) lid UCB nt> assistance that discriminate as\ "' '•'• bi : religion s<. Sec lo8 t QM Mul .. Act" Such skin • nai issue match< in bstie Stati Department asaertioo that 'The ibsolutet) no reason to believe thai raci crci themselves a-dveraelj affct the a\ rn to csrrj out their issifi <<'. dutn ndeed. is a perfect w futel on ol nonsense easily lestlfj •:• -• SHtJVff llSTIMONf SUBSTAMIATii Vim yHE STATE DEPARTMENT r. ;•!>. m an almod bUOBOl W1 of d ibelief. reajut iti Kep i aa the Axsb Israel conflict normall) refuse entry u person! %  Isrsel And then in a mi t % % %  % %  • %  I) the) kii such i r11y interesl and insuitini | .. Hal| %  : II i Slate I'pi rtmenl in v promise his patriotism One cai ce of the 1 the bon thai the •; Pr udent Kenm lie East K SJ river, jr i>. ad oi UM I ma Cor I the t an) Dstioo that discian \,t which hav \ • lB e as a member of tiw • p< I WJWSIUTIH OF nrmss >oi rn mnmm mmSm A N E,, ES MCRE N • diver • • i •'• the < ii.. .,,. .1,.; ) ,'..,1 •(. lion far. %  • %  %  %  Cont.noed on Pjg 10 A



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"Jewish FlLorjidbian Combining THE iVNISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WIEKLY 4 Number 28 Miami, Florida, Friday, July 14. 1961 Two Sections — Price 20* .S. Approves Rocket Sale to Egypt \State Dep't Declares W^ Firing 'Presumptuous;' Urges Aid to Refugees x< ; 'T \ A State 11 | this il view that Isra : i„ ipeol for "presumptuous rejects < • d repati I v ,:, •. i| State Department reactioi i thi Isi u ) • 1 • • re* '•• an • j Isr i •• i mphasis i the .-,ii iani il pea for i ". kel ii la I tail nati i | • |vi'S tO pur ; mplemi i i JUJ •i... >i i-K on an • I NetArab 'ears o' Israeli expansionism while described here at >tsibly unjust, ?.ed, wrt "re3>c*c by It'aeli rocketry nd atomic research. Alto, ac>rdir><; TO this "n* of thinking, >y or lateral" a'omic testing py Israel, in it small territory, {ould iwStifiab'y arouse Arab tar of radiation contamination the region. -rae' .^ • isolated en ||V ii: the Ara.world, it should •k formulas Cox resolution of fferencei with the Arabs, be^in Ins* i'the Arab refugee prob pi, rat: • r than j p)licy indicated rocket launching. This, ac>rdine to the D-oartment BOUTCa .• tendeocj toward mUi(mm ; her peaceful ac immodation b .-uch rock no; i) reasonabl) link .•ii with i iid %  lerinf I r -i i It was corn • Isi Continued on Page 5 A Israel Denied Similar Bid; Fear Middle East Arms Balance Being Disturbed .IK!;I \; E •: JTA eef si~ee Israel's request f v OJt. JC:0M0N FHINOf Ipirifycl /if* Reform Jewry Sees Bright Outlook for Israel Movement LONDON JTA \ er of Reforn predicted thiweek tnai the m ivament would j-re tkai future genera tl >n%  : I-r.ir!: le OUld not re jct Juiaism aa tuilh ahe Baud was the caaa t ir a large number at the present time Dr Solomon Free'iol of Pittburgh, president of the World I'mon for Progressive Judaism, told the opening lesatoa of the twelfth in tcrnational conference here that "the need of spiritual life will be come increasingly evident to the growing generauoa" ot Israeli Jewto whom nationalism itsell ino longer an original idea He said there "wiU be a famine in !* %  rael. athe prophet said, not for bread but for the word ot the living God' House Body Seeking Effective Anti-Bias Clause in Foreign Aid WASHINGTON r \ The Houa Foreign ; rs ( immlttee real for insertion of the stroc iti-discrimin | led m Mutual Be< uritj i I kalatioti itcod b> Hep Thomas E, Morgan, Pennsylvania Hat nittee chainaasj, who took a sharply divergent % tioi • im that of ihairman J Full r lit. if th %  Sonata Fori • K> i. itions C remittee. Toe | • Democrat iatka elimin n ot watered loon) eJauaa in pn ai ibie I the blD Thai i replai ad Sax I in 108 of the itual Secui '• Appropriations I 1 1000, which cave the Proa lent discretloi Nvora to halt !• i to counti acticing dli htminatii n ag ill American cil %  bet i !-••• race or re> or conduct g bostUa Ida 1 I i untries fi iendl) to the ted States He said the World Union had made "tremendcu* advances" in both Israel anc other parts of the world end he foreast a "bright outlook" for Progressive Judaism in Israel based on recent developments there. He bated his fore cast also on what he called the tremendous growth of liberal Judaism all over tne world which he said came from those families "who reject the Orthodox Judaism of their parents." "Our chiet work must IKamong those who consider themselves Jew -hiv religious but who are oh serving leal and less t>l legally authenticated Jewish practice." he told the delegates from 23 counti >s attending he seven-da) con e Rabbi Freehol said other r-' for his optimi-m about the pros:•. cts ol R lalsm in Israel a plan • r the a building i ern • ft nagogue I I ra te 173 k seci| in Haifa a o I the reater accept anea in Israel of liberal rely is or u tices t nitcd v it has IM it is sanction orological rockel to the L'I te I \r ib Republic has fi te !. in the last tw.> >ears to per il the tale ol the same lypi kel to Isra it was '.' %  Prime Mil iter I • t< Id I %  kl) -.'.-• thai Israel k k n:vi .' • • %  ill ol viti II lasl although, in tne pasl nun icientil %  • • • %  • %  %  %  ut with%  I: s< Israeli circles art viewng tne American wii'ingrsess o sell rock**s to *# JAR wilh grave cons-c~ rockets was refused, a'i s re the Soviet Uiion has u fuse: *o sell these rockets to the UAR TVey fear that the alacr •w th which Washington |uma*d -• • rica's move ilikelj Continued on Page 9-A Second Launching is Planned; NASA Hails Space Achievement MESS VIEWS MIUTAIT IMfUCATrO*IS PA6E 6 4 JERUSALEM— IJTAI— Israel will take a lone step forward a. the latest member of the international space club bv firing within the next •wo weeks a ncoad sounding rocket much more sophisticated tech lUcaU) that the first one. Reliable sources, disclosii 4 t 1 "'next step m the planned series of an st rategk implications weaner sounding shoots plann. news „, the lirst firm 13 srael said the second firing Iwaelij ,. comp | et€ surpr Sl Ko would seek to hoist an instrument lsh) ti „. news package capable ol transmittin ; a vr ri ,:, %  %  • %  -'1 l! f;r -' ecial editions •logical triumph for J nail %  t senl up a i i ister sodium which expl tde la the iho I il 52 miles | out %  b ite Si ientific s >urces discussn • eel >f the launching thai • levelopmenl ol an eft. tiv-olid fuel from local resources was the most important devi ment. indicating this hail in Israel's launching of a multis'a^e socndir-g rocket was term ed rhis week a "wonder-. a:evement" and a tr.out* to tsrae'i scientific progress by a S3j,tman for the U.S. Nat.onj! Aeronewfics and Space Agency. N'AS \ sc entists meanwhili : Israel is capable of Continued on Page 3-A HAUSNIR CONDUCTS RELENTLESS CROSS-EXAMINATION 'Human Guilt' Confession Torn from Eichmann The so-callad K*->nody clause, [in the preamb'j of the current Mutual Security Bid. states that jit is the policy of the United Continued on Page l-A JERl SALEM -(JTA)—Attorney General Gideon Hauaner chief prosecutor ol Moll Eiohmann, resumed at this weak sessions of the Nazi trial the effort be I Friday to smash the lefei ; • En bmai n i %  minor cog Sail burea icracy lei up i wipe out the Jews ot Europe The examination was expected te ia-t ill this w< Mr Hauaner began hicross BXaminataM of Eichmann after nearly three weeks of lelTdefeiUM testimony Rober Servatius, Eich !nann defensi counsel hacare fully built up an image of hiclient .is one who t icked the au> to fit I ctraenl aa kej executioner ol tl t Ms plan • -he murder cf I 11 European Jew World Wa II Again and aga n, under the careful coachirg of his West German counsel, Eichmann replied to incriminating prosecution documents with the unvarying reply that he could not h com mitted the crime* charged against Mm becai.>• %  gave orders bu* %  -eel them out as a fSJ *** transport of tne %  trs The prosecut o^ -a ii" o*' Friday the e*or to cfcattenee Eichmann directly on this line e* defense The audience In the COUrtl which had shrunk steadily dunru • Eichmam me i dements, was i for 1 f thi \!i I'.i .-: in by im Eichmann r trial opened i spr. 11, th v %  -.. i be L '). %  found guilt) ol com In murder, that he knew the Continued on Page 2 A



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\iday. July M. 19 61 -Mnistrkridiar teceives Plea for Word About Relatives; letters of Inquiry Returned in Mail Page 3-A A plea lor help in locating I"-! .. here has eotaaJ Brom | KlI-.-Kl Edythe Geiger, of tin L nh< m regional offic of Amer ,., ; „iv „i UM Hebrew UniMO Lincoln Mail, received L, ;,,, assistance irom a hall Lter-uvlaw. egev Development n Leaders Confab in Israel igenda •, for developing truNegew v frontier "'t economtc I for Ura*l in Ihe next da \,, ., ii] he iht n'ntrai tbernc >i ,1 leaders conlerenca of !-i..ii Bond Organisation, meet racl irom Tuesday, .inly ijtfi Thursday, Aug :<. it In re liv Samuel i c hairman "f the Greater itti i :. i larael Bonds t, conferenci will be atti nded than 300 Jewish leaders Miami and other communities L'nited States and Canada, i laid. In discussions with Prime Min•( r David Ben-Gunon, Finance limster Levi Eshkol and other treeli leaders, FriedUnd said iaf delegates fo the conference ill study plant to open up the rndernesi of the Negev to mat* rttlement, to harness it* natural rsources, and to establish new luStrial centers in the region. |-Th development f the N<-^i'\ isive to l-r.u |*i future," r %  -.ml. it muM absorb proportion of the popul.i [ %  %  rease of I 000,000 expected [hi i oming decadt I %  .• s ( \|>< .it ,1 that the popul.i b: i : the area irom Beersheba to Lth Mill reach ltuj.WiO within the iry r.i fu( in Fivi new urban %  i are planned for the area jght mdi striei as griculture w I HO • %  per year is net ed for the 1 ., lopnv nl 11 '\ nl and {obi ("r immigrants, %  • low Oi will • Israel with commoditiei ol kisidersble economii importance [} i-dland also said thai in \, • \ must iw carried ption of the I pr-Negev irrigai ion pipe n is 100 in'!' pipeline, i"f ih,n diameter, ibeing built In. the aid ol Israel Bonds "She i> a woman of 80. and I'm amazed at the trank v\a> in which she ha written, >ini< I alwa>s thought .i would l forbidden Actually, Mrs. Geiger s sister in law wrote her in behalf of the acquaintance of a friend, Jacob Appelstein, of Tchernovitz, whose lost relatives are two cousins. They are Mrs. Esther Gili (nee Goldberg), 33S 11th st.. Miami Beach, and Mr. Bernado Goldberg. 503 SW 35th awe., Miami. According to Mrs Geiger, both cousins la-i wrote Mrs <.ih set M.il yean a^o. promising Hnancia asslatance if it should ever be needed Appebstein last saw hi* cousins when he was a | )( ,\ of 15 On receipt ol h r sister-in-law's letter in behalf of Appelatein, Mrs Geiger promptly wrote the two COUSina here Both letterwen return e ii Addn Unknown MrGeiger is i ow hoping that friends who ma) know th< when a bouts of MrGili oi Goldbt rg will respond with any bit of information A M i %  :• [i rson in rchernovitt, Russia is waitii Kramer Assumes AJCong Directorship; 'Dutch Treat' Farewell for Lazere MAtOiD KffAME* Kennedy Loves Salami—and Gets Six Feet of It id rm.in Pearl at %  > < BIT, "t Coastline Provision Co oi Miami. red again when the) made the front pages and wire services ol the nation 'h:\ wiek The company sent one of itspa cial gifts lor special people, a -i\ foot kosher salami to President John K Kennedy in Washington Presentation was via the office of Rep. Dante Fascell. The salami, packed in a special wooden crate, was shipped by refrigerated truck to Fascell's office, where it was then turned over fo the White House kitchen. John Buekli ) oi • ol Fa* i I .iide-. i ailed a l'n udenl Ki i • i j -ist.u;' tell • :h.it the ., i mi had arrived Momenta later, i Secret Service car dispatched a messenger to Patcell's office to pick up the jritt Declared Claude DeSautels, a Kennedy .ude, The President ftisl loves it }'• .irl and Dearr had . II Israel's current atomic re search Mint ida nuclear war head is conceivable for Israel. I S scientists taid, However, they es timated that such military rockets, equipped with nuclear warheads would eost Israel a fortune" and take a few years "Dutch treat" luncheon at Bis cayne cafeteria, i9i? Biscaym hlvrl, on Thursday noon was to IMthe site of a farewell lunctum to Hzskell 1. La/ere. Outgoing dine tor of the Southeast region of the American Jewish Congress Taking Lazere'! place ii Harold Kramer. Lazere has accepted the directorship of the West Coast re gion oi AJCongress, with offices in Los Angeles, t'ahf Kabbi Leon Kronish. president of the region here, announced this week that Kramer "comes to tongresi with an outstanding hack ground in the field ol human relationKramer has been a Greater Miami resident for the past 18 years, and lives with his wife and three children on Miami Beach. Prior to his appointment, he was part-time instructor in the De'iano Dealer Off to Confab ctor, oi Victor Pianos and disc to music, department, furni Miami, has left for Chicature and appliance store owners to attend the both annual from the I lotted state* and leveral ovcni n and music -now ol the foreign countries \--n oi Music Merchants in addition, there will be four manufacturers and days of seminardealing with ecooi musical products nomic conditions, selling, adver lisplaj new lineol merchan and store operation THE JEWISH HOME FOR THE ACFO needs for its THRIFT SHOP All your furniture, clothing, linens, dishes, drapes, etc. AM p'Ottfdi go toward* iwppoM of th* Hem* Tow may coninbuit take a i> deduction or wa will pay cash for um* Irmimbn w* ar* NOT a p'of't making O'9ui


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Page 14-A tJenlstrkrktian Friday. July 14. 196l Panorama: By DAVID SCHWARTZ What Really Matters is the Adoption of a Point of View A CCORDING TO THE Israeli paperlast week, the ccn-utaker in Israel asked Premier BenGurion, as required by the Israeli law. "What it your religion?" Was Ben Gurion going to spend an hour answering him^ No doubt Ben-Gurion could >peak three hours on the subject, but he had had *nuugh controversy answering the question, Who a Zionist?" So B-G smarUy tpld the census taker •Just put down 1 am a Jew*' It's all in the point of view. Ksau sold his birthright for a mess ol pottage. Some have upbraided Esau for doing that, but there are people who really like a nice mess of pottage better than a birthright. • suspect that birthrights aren t really all they are cracked up to be. anyway. • Cop/fol Spotlight: By MILTON FRIEDMAN Peace Corps Washington T HE UNITED STATES Peace Corps, taking a ditterent stand than other executive department agencies, will refuse to eliminate from among personnel as\rab states. It the Arabs -• that the Peace Corps tu made "Judenrein," the Arabs can do without its. d, according to Peac< ^ •>., ...rector Robert Sargent Shriver, Jr. The State Department and I S International Cooperation Administration, however. a*-c continuing U weed OUl Jews from personnel posted to Arab ates Rej Seymour Halpern, New York Republican, has protested that even American congressmen Ol Jewish taith are denied visas by Saudi Arabia and UN Listening Post: By SAUL CARSON Hardly Half a Loaf AS United Nations President KenAS SOON ^ncii'. recent letter to the Arab [rulers, dealing with the IsraeliArab problems, became known, there W8S .. ru h here !>>r the Irecords dealing with the work ol I the Palestine Conciliation Commis|sion. The Pec. in existenci since i'-jp. meets only once or twici a year — always in : sesi on. It issues one or two vague communiques each year About once a year, it issues .. report These reports have deal; almost exclusively the commission's work—the releast ol Arab i"'11. ei nh accounts previouslj I eki d in Israel The Commission was, m fact, entrusted with •> vital tasks By ]n.j:' it was read) l< v< up the ghost, informing the General tssembl) that it had found itself -unable to make substantial pr > gress The Assembly, however, insisted that the Commission keep trying The PCC, therefore, decided to concentrate on such tasks as it might be fulfill. The bank accounts have, since, beer, released in their entirely b) Israel— which never intended to hold I D to them but wanted only to make sure the monies and valuables went to the right ownerOr; the real 1 state 10b. the PCC hamade substantial progress— with the complete cooperation of Israel What, lb< ft of the Commission's original mandati First of all. the Commission was instructed by ihr Assembl) tak< steps to assist the parties con<< rned to at hie\e a final settlenv questioi In other words the prii k ei 1 ias ; i Degotiati %  %  een 1 : Israel P<. as the purpose ol thi %  armisti ts In :.il f< ur of tl l — 1 nd .1 im. Whs as the PCC I • • gamine date ol !)• (ember 11, ;!H8. The official I'N %  imma ulution "Instructii • iren to • 1 fat llitatl tation ol 1 and payment 1 I com| istratit n's zeal I shov tl em's n went to th arn 1-' t<. plus foi easun -t-> tl ibia and Premier Kassem of ir: '' %  One of the tv orn '...I armisti : '' %  %  % %  now in the United Arab Republic; Iraq, though one 1 1 the Aral ;:i the war .:-M--i9 against Israel, never signed an armisUct agreement But the President.letter concentrai M one I'd. sc ol the • • I problem, it mentioned I 1 1 such a waj 1 ohasize repatriation and rompensation—ignoring res< ttlement Mr Kenned) etter is an offering of even less thar. hall a loaf This amounts to focusing on one (rumb in the big bread. That's what some diplomats • think Dep't. Disagree other Arab League members. Rep. Leonard Fartstein, New York Democrat, made known he would •deny aid to any country which discriminateagainst Americans because of race, color, or creed." Nevertheless, chairman J W. Fulbrighl of the Senate Foreign Relations Committee and Sen. Bourke B. Hickenlooper, an Iowa Republican on the committee, indicated the Arabs should be appeased. Their views emerged during testimony before their committee by Mr Shriver. Most Congressmen, however, hold that Jews %  K n id not be made second class citizens The) feel Jews should be afforded the same status abroad. whether government employees or tourist-, as any oiher 1 -S. citiaen Mr Shriver openly differed with Sens Fulbrighl ..nd Hickenlooper Sen. Fulbnght questioned the assignment of American Jews to Arab countries, stating that it would be "di-appointing if the Peace ( rps were used to enforce our views on such con':c.\i rsial i--m Sen Fulbnght asked whether America should "use aid legislation or the Peace Corps legislation to achieve ulterior motives or ulterior purpo-e^< n Hickenlooper suggested that the Peace Corps, in defen. ing equality lor itJewish member-, was trying to "impose" American ideals on other nations. The Senator a-ked "Why not -end people that will be acceptable (to the Arabs f' Mr Shriver told the committee: "We are not t'omg to have anj religiontest for becoming a Peace Corps volunteer, or racial test, or any other kind of test like that which i-. in our judgment, undemocraEver) American u.ll be able to join the Peace 1 orps ;ii terms "f abilit) rather than any such extraneous consideration." \ declaratii 1 e b) Mr Shriver that the 1 Corps wouid not conclude an agreement with en) nal I attempts to establish discriminatory orps personnel He -aid that 11 a llai foreign country came and said, 'We m.-t that nobody who 1a Jew or nobody who 1a Protestant can come into this country,' we would lave to reply Well, we are -orry we are not BO 1 to do business with you lie defined Peace Corps philosophy as requiring %  • 1 not enter into agreements which have ds that are unacceptable to the t on .'<-01 to the American people He cited Section "he Mutual Security Ad ft I \prc--cthe sense 1 Congress that any foreign attempt to create di linctioi ami ng Americanon a basis of religion <>r race should at the discretion ol the White House be oasis : ir denial "i U S aid. In rejecting Arab bias Mr Shriver -aid "wi carrying out the philosophy <.f the Congress" ..in the anti buamendment. I was reading in the papers thiweek the story -\ yigael Yadin. the archaeologist who uncovered Ihe Bar Kochba scrolls recently. He telLhow he ai monished the workmen to be very careful with tr.e parchment It was very valuable, be itMssed tine man replied. "1 will guard it as though it were a bottle of whiskey, adding. 'What could be more valuable than that?" It's all in the point of view An American Jewish tourist recently visiting Israel came acrosa beautiful orange grove. He paused to admire, and then could not rtsi.-t shaking a tree, and treated him-ell to an orange The owner observing, called out, "Keb Yid. the Torah commands Thou -halt not steal What a wonderful land Israel is'" exclaimed the American Jew. "In what other country can you ..t eating oranges right off the tree and at the -ame lime hear words of the Torah'" 1 take my hai off to this American Jew. What a wonderful point <>i view! Overjeos Newsletter: By fllAHU SAIPETER Nazis and the Arabs M Jerusali n |ANY OF THE Na/i arch • crim.: whose names have been mention.d at the Eichmann trial >Jerusalem found refuge in Latin-America alter the w particularly in Peron'S Argentina the windol chai gc 1 %  • gan t< be fell South America, more and more of the \.,/imoved on and finally rea what b) now probably has the densest concentration I war criminals in the world—Cairo Man) ol the high-ranking ss men and Gestapo offici now "serve" as top advisers t<> Col, Nasser, particular) in the field ol propaganda and youth organisations raeli circles suspect, tor example, that some of the m..r-| ingenious anti-Israel rumororiginate from those expertin Cairo Aan example, the story about U•• German) reselling Israel-made submachine guns to Port* i.ii for use m Angola bears marks reminiscent of i. bels' methods. The Arab propaganda, particularly 'hat origin i ., in 1openl) sympathetic to Eichmann. It v from attemptto minimize the so pe "i the Nazi extermina• pri -r..m to declarations <>t sympath) and express of regret that Eichmann "did not finish the job." An >>i ihe Arab propaganda that [sra< • crime" in creating the Arab refugee question is far grei erthai thi Nazi crimi f extermination of 1 %  opean Jewry, The official Egyptian position was made by Deputj Foreign Minister Hussein Zulficar Sabri in Parliament la-' tl lie d< 1 Ian d did not kill -i\ million Jews, not even oi < million Hitler Jews to emigrate upon paymi • .1 in sum oi mone) \for the poor, he gatfn 1 in camps so a egot iti Ihe Z101 for fui > and equipment he needed to conl the war effort The Zionists however, did not keep thi 1 pn mi-t so as to compel Hitler to perpetrate crimes the legend 'hat would eventually enable th. .• their aim—the creation ol thi State of 1 Th* Jordanian daily "Jerusalem Timea" -aid in ai What a pit) Eichmann that you allowed tl swim 1 -t you But be brave, Eichmann, and t that tintrial will CUlmutati : ihe remaining six million it avenge > From Hollywood: HERBERT G. LUFT Beautiful Liz Taylor to Resume Cleopatra Opus Hi II) wood CL'ZA!?ETH TAYLOR %  %  ura] dm tier in Bevi paign by th< • 1 .. l Bufterl tr was neithi img r her humamtai efforl 1 • rageous I diseasi Hi modi 1 • m< Meanwhile preparations are being mad, for Elizabeth to resume her chores on ihe forthcoming movii > l abandom. I b) 20th Century-Fox in I due to her sudden illness The company hadeckled n rn to the British I-lebut to -hoot all extei ial locator.in Italy ar.d Egypt Co) Nasser has special permission to producer Walter Wat writer-director Joseph Mankiewiecz, and to the hi banned Mrs Elizabeth Taylor Fisher to work in the Uni Arab Republic wherever they wish to thereb lowing the current example of the Jordanian king u. re gard to Sam Spiegel motion picture actlvit -pen-tie of Cleopatra' 1 starts -hooting "> %  1st with the interiorto i K pfa ed S Fox tellme that eighl ... n I sou with 1 ic'ion of ih ..1.. 1. nt cit) of -\. tandria ha I in the British studioa when it becami eth 'l ayloi would not r turn ti Next "ti tin .. ends id the beautiful Lii 1Geoi Stevei production of The Greatest story Evei rok ays the role ol another siren Mar) Ma tO&hu, WlUl whom I -|,. • %  ,,me DOUI Beei ihi ba two month.,.. beet in • w ''• distinguished ActorAward for IfMM 1 all) b) State of Israel Bondto the penorn %  doni most to promote understanding betwe< t th. I ruled M.,tes and Isra. I RCCO nil ••." %  %  accorded to upatoshu for hipadbrmanci Exodus, in which he communicated a quality of u it) tranacending national barriers ar.d awakeiu; bearts a senae of brotherhood and deepened urn' standing of IsraelhiMoric struggle to b* free Opatoabu, who has completed hi%  ttrfgnmen' on "Thf rwo Enemies" tor DeLaureltia on location in larai •' %  author of a book of short -torn and taJem nib. nted from his lather. Yiddi-h "v, 1st Joseph opaio-hu



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Page 2-B *•!> %  1st fhrHitr Friday. July u, l9G ( Cooking Corner Mildred d. Brllin Summertime ;• picnic • M ;,.,,n r. • Ills C imnlc out some open-air me > tram h<,me. whether the> be >pt:r •>: the moment expeditions ^rru-i I after a ha-Iy raid on the emer s.he!(. or elaborate banquets trjnported to a favorite -pot As more and more picnic are:is with cooking facilities develop camp tire out ins;-, increase in popularity Pre paring a hot meal on the spot idds all the tun of camping out to the simplest excursion Not much equipment is needed, a jrnlle for hamburgers and steak-, a large tr>in2 pan and saucepan. and long handled forks or spits for ton-ting kanobs. frankfurters, and marshmallows Children lo\e to make their own spits of slim green branche-. if these are available. p**-' H A ever, ui c_a* found :; i. wise -..> I ike plenty of %  eerthat nothing ue< • -.%  .:%  • I : iten. it is a lea to plan a !,-tin:tl the ingredients. Some di-hemaj be prepared, or oartly prepared at home, and completed o\er the fire, but there are •nany uncomplicated recipewhich ;. ifun to prepare entirely at the picnic One of the>e is frankfurterand kidney beans, which 1a delicious variation of the u.-ual canned beans and franks Hamburgerbrushed with a ginger barbecue sauce, the recipe for which is alo printed below, give a com pletely new t3.-te to an old favorite. The sauce -hould be mixed at home the da\ Del .re. to allow the flavorto blend. Another illggestion for campt.re ;n^ itrankhirter k ibobs, which consi-: of frankfurters cut into one inch piecean i nated on a >pit with an> 11 the following—Muffed olivi mushroom caps ii tons, ai km-, then toa.-ted When prepa i with pineapple chunks, basl • a:ni t: lit w :th .1 mixture of equal part%  syrup and %  Hamburgers With Gioger Barbecue Sauce 1 cup soy sauca cup catsup 3 table-poon.dark or.)*-, •u-lar 2 tea-P'Wnground ginger 1 lb. lean hamburger I medium onion, minced The day before it i> to be used, combine the soy sauce, cat.-up. brown sugar and ginger, to make the (linger Barbecue Sauce Cover and refrigerate overman! Shortly before cooking, mix the hamburger lightly with the minced onion and n into four thick patties. Bru.-h -enerou.-l. r .;:nser Karbe cue Sauce and lei rt ind foi 'en minutes Broil until the tide near „ the source ot :er ibrown Turn the mi • -^"" "* n •* % %  :?. and con • : % %  :, %  br ll-done as lesired. .any nounl •..• irgers • bl d or needed Frankfurter* atvi K-dnev Beanj 2 tal 2 onions %  I 1 1 ()i; ir • pin • .. |i I pe| taste 1 is • I • Inej be Melt the shortening in ^ saucepan, aid the mion and celery, and cook slowly until the onion is soft rntt not brown Add 'he kidney an I the liquid in the can Cut the frankfurtercrosswise, and add. together with the pimento.' Brina to a boil, then simmer IS minutes AH the pepper to ta-t.' This recipe make..b ml "1 servings. Libya Jewry's Numbers Drop By Special Report NEW YORK GSyTS ition if s ime 4.o< • .ibout what it vi 1 an Jewrj issued b) Ir \ i lir ictor >t the A Jewish I [nsQtul -h Affairs The pr Vi ^ 1 dro 1 :. nk the peal than 29.000 I I I Leas Ui Hri ol ••• M, r try's total i i -. • the Jewol Libya live ill in 1 Benghazi, towr :u memory to both comm • •. <^ HOW TO SHOW A REAL GUY YOU'RE A REAL DOLL Even the m


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Page 6-A +3mistntrkt&r_ Friday, July 14 •*l House Body Seeks Strong Anti Bias Aid Clause Continued from Page 1-A States to support freedom of navigation and the right of individuals to purjua ttieir lawful activities without discrimination as to race or religion. Last waak. in Senate committee hearings, a State Department spokesman agreed with Chairman Fulbright that the clause could be dropped from the bill. Rep. Seymour Halpern. N< ~ < rk Republican. ..thi chiel w al the H mmitte* i • ... • %  : •• •••• %  itti • letails ol A:at discrimination against ican citizens .--"d on th and blockade conducted Aral againsi Israt • :a.i U tak< ..< • lairman Morgan indieati (faction with theweak • • rking th< anti-bias measure n this administration bill. He said h< A~ sure that the committei would seek restoration of the stronger language of prewcuinduding ficall) Section 108 of the Mutual Securit) AppropnAct vt I960. Rep LawreiM • Curtii H Mass moved to introduce langua. implement anti-discriminator) i" ociples, asserting that the ad -tration ^ia-->. propoced this ytar ua< watered doun Rtp c ..r, supported r.< ; only .-• ln8 against religious bias h added a provision from theMu Act of 1954 -' the purpose> of Mul lal S< cunt} '"are negated and th< peace of the world is endangered natiorwhich receive assist Act, *ag( eo r.omic warfa inst other nations as listed under this Act. including ycotts riocki and the restriction i I the : internal vays. c the comn WAffllK? r WM\ GUS 111 I SHAW *a> %U MiMlf SHAW IRAVR StRVKE he 149 N.L 1st St.. Miami, FR 4-2604 X\)GUST BROS Ry e *TIS the BEST' indicated it would incorporate m the bill would authorize severance of aid at the discretion of the President, to nations that discriminate I Whan Rap. Halpem pointed out that San. Fulbright, wmS State Department agreement, was attempting to delete the clause in this year's praamble. Chairman Morgan said that strong antibias lancuage. in past Mutual Security bills had originated in the House Foreign Affairs Committee. He recalled that he had fought, along with Rep. Walter Judd. (R.Minn.), in the Senat*H-use conference on the Mutual Security Act last year, to retain anti-discrimination wording, when Sen. Fulbright sought to eliminate it. All Committee member* at the meeting, of bo'h parties, indicated I port of a strong stand againsl Arab discrimination Rep. Judd who supported Chairman Morgan >a.ri in referring to the State Department: "We cet our principles and expedicno in conflict. Rep Barratt 0 Hara. [D.-tH.). urged strong language to end Arab transgressions and advocated a strong moral stand. Rep Robert Barn. R NY pointed out that Arab* m the Israeli population li\ed har moniously and that a struggle must be waged to end bigotry .1that experienced by Rep Hal pern, who wa> denied a visa b\ Saudi Arabia because he is Jewish Sen Jacob K Javtts, R -N Y meed he would seek retention cf the anti-discrimination clause. involving the riLhts of American Jews in Arab stato~ and freedom of navigation in international waterways that Fulbright %  deleted Th* Stat Department, through Assistant Secretary of State Philipps Talbot, agreed with Sen. Fulbright last weak on dropping the clause. Sen. Javits commented that "the expression of policy contained in the Mutual Security Bill on discrimination against Americans abroad and on the principle of free navigation rt important and truly represent American policy. 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j gy. July M. 1961 rTER S TO THt EDITOR "JenittfkrHitr Page 5-A foiv 5Aotf/r/ Eichmann be Punished? HTOR. The Jewiih Floridi.n: iman who .earcbing (<>r m ,1 unt ,n • the queal |om in which l 1 i ;i I have i t ,'i !il M if i i i. n ird H hu i\ %  it ol : tard the ru "i iiui'i in ol fed les. unel) on future and who [ human tx ings \ : • ; htn.mn i> dl I IhU I)' Utal y he ard the con ., I hit h -' I \ imei "i the • : ide w< re i om What country saw fit to open UP its cor to the helpless vie• t nd tried to save them? ,%  > • rj^rt shed tears of eonv r and mercy before the ind fagedy was enacted? Who ored until it was too late md the bloodbath of destruction IJCI already been perpetrated? whole world sat by in silent %  acquiescence while th devil's d>sciple< slaughtered the innoents in a holocaust f horror and iadne< that no amount of time Can erase from the memory of ten. • remaining question ii .>t puntshmeal -hall be | to tiiarch criminal who trial in Israel? Vanoua i have Dean put forth v i n in^ pmpli' reco n mended thai [ ie sent to the |aa-chan m in) 'i his victims r i rei >mmended for him death in the electric tgesi that he • d Kir foi the %  • • life I do not .i: n < %  \c :l!i an) ol these propi sals, ;in.i i am certainly OP pored to capital punishment in an) form I would iik-to suggest that Eichmann he sentenced to life-im bullet-pi '"l glass parable to the one in v. h.rh he is now enclosed, and tl it he hi uirrounde i by tele •• pictures I hi : • %  i this %  how I : He -h.ri: in effect the I ture and I ei) thai he \ i -11-.t millions -i ol hei and if inhe has .• human %  so shall hr repent MRS SARAH JACOBS Miami Beach EDITOR. The JewisS Floridian: Our •• rond h m home I, \ .. he Da i hotel, ..nd v tan %  • ud ol tlw contnbut n that Miami Be u ti has made to Isi .!• I in this strucl ire l*ra< I it ,i land "t mi' at '••nd %  er< I hi it ble extei led to %  ne i ooks an I c haptei Ihe heroism and the miracles ol I i la) would surely nol t.;k.• ba< k %  < %  i i those ni yesteryear In Israel today, ever} man, woman and child ia a prophel -. %  _< %  and saint. All prophet) Ihe ultimate redemption "t the soil <>t i>r.i<-i Thry are true sages because Ihej know how important u is 10 have an independent country. The) are iniaft* because << Ibeii devotaon to the land and to one another. Although they n>a> nave political till fen-tut"., tliey also have lf ireater Miami United Nati Assn Mrs Anna Weiss Is chairman ,f Crabtree member of the faculty of the Beach ; ; > Temple Menorah In Bon Voyage Board of directors >f Temple | and Mrs Bevitt and their children. lanice and Mark, were bid fare the dinner, presented gifts to the 'amiiv ..nd called Leonard Rosen to speak in behalf of the board Menora,, hosted a „on voyag. par .an.ee and Mark were hid fare Jft !" &5~ ty to its president, Mannce Reviti. well as Rabbi May.,Abramowiti s, bramowita or ht spfcM sister on Monday night at the Temple extended greetings in behalf of the hotid | uncbeon recently held in hei Social Hall leadership of the Temple h()nor ,, ^ R a )bl Abramowiir The Bevitt family, including Mr Louis De Coveny, chairman oil home Rockets 'Presumptuous' Project Corvnued &f ra-n Pa-^e 1-A lid and phil t 'ould respond to thda In ii al common fay to i t at> mtc testing, avoid lous r tckel projects of expense, and concentrate uoiu leading to peace |lh m .: -unn^ %  .ta:.-I N< York, the National ng Company radio n-l I adcast a report from iis rusalecorrespondent, Alvin Rosenfeld who quoted Shimon Peres, Israel's Deput) Minister ol Defense, answering the asseTtloni madr i>\ a stat. Department source m Washington NBC quoted Pnrea as anying: Each naln-n mu>t he master of %  its own priorities and decide for ItseU what is \ital for its well being. Israel must take defensive measures, and thing* would be different it ither countries such a.s E ypt abandoned aggressive t.-n dcnci'-s PART OF ALL YOU EARN should be yours to keep! WE HAVE MOVED TO A MORE CENTRAL LOCATION FOR YOUR CONVENIENCE: Shaw Travel Service Inc. 149 N.E. 1st Street Miami, Florida FRanklin 4-2604 2 doors west of The Town Restaurant COMPLETE TICKET AGENCY All Airlines, Railroads, Steamship, Bus and Hotel Reservations, Car Rentals. Sincere personaliied travel service at no extra cost. FREE TICKET DELIVERY Put aside pod at tch paycheck ; n an insured DADE FEDERAL&VtNC&*£Zourt. It will earn l.berol dividencjs.-for7*0 >*Sf currerrt rate of 4% o year. "One nj tne Notion's O'desl and Largeil' Dade Federal i/AVINGS and LOAN ASSOCIATION or MlAMI JOSf PM M lie ION. r,n6*nl 5 CONVENIENT OFFICES TO SERVE YOU Hoin Ollca 101 I. HojieSt Allopottoh Ironch 1400 NW Both St North Miomi B'ondi 123/0 NW. 7lh* Tamiomi liarni 1W1 SW 8fh St. fdiun Center Iromh S800 N W /th Avi. Yo So. "qi hr or* intu'cd lo $10000 by 'He Ftda'Ol Soi09% and loon lnvuron<* Coraorolion, an •^•"(r o W< Potforol OOVOCBWOM. OUR RESOURCES EXCEED 170 MILLION DOLLARS



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-hnistntrkfitr Page 7-A I Floridians Named Malek Presents Anthem To Committees jrnote the Foundation ol Fund. Standing -left to \ Harold Shapiro. Judqe Frederick Bcrad. L Cypen, Judge Thee ".oidrr.an. chairman of .:-.. Seated deft to right c:e I S : ::.•.::. the Foundation. Shepard Broad, Rabbi Mayer Abrcmowitz. president of JNF Council of Greet*: Miami. Johan L. Berman. vice presiand Heibert Shap.io. Not • %  .-.. are Norm ::. '•' Solomon. Zev W. Kogan. Frank Cot.:-. Alv.n S. Cawn. and Leon J. Ell, ..an. attorneys Meet Fcr JNF Fund imej i • t'lm the b Nati • thi INF I Mall i hainnan >i \,, -, n %  .: th I Fund el i %  tl .:•.... A methods of the Foon•' e departme-it cf Jew Fond which dea'l exclusively with wills. t • M %  > ii • • : • %  %  | N • : reatcr Mian %  • %  [icenl .-!. Sal I The \ isi Huh h proji i on Ii N > I has I .. former malaria-infi st< d mar I most im• • •in Israel • A suppori 11 000 IB U if i anting i I Three Floridians, including two Mi imi; i hat e b rial i om m it 11 i he \ir. I>if ifttVlTir 1'. .v.: %  !• flf-B'nai B nth, Nate Perlmutter Florida \!>! i .rector, i IJ i .Im:. Milti \ Fi u rlman, new B nth 1>I-II i • 5 ; %  has bet r < i I*H ted to Ihe nal Gel • %  State At [or Dadi i intj. to I hi nal. (IS ll Bn i hner, pren nt >i the Mid Fli rida I I 11 1 ol or!..; Ii ha i ecti lo :h. Leagui nul ; ."• • Th? community service corrv mittee is the policy making bodv for tfie ADLs 27 regional offices. The civil rights committee determines the policy of the League in the ADL s civil ng.-ts involvements. The national program committee guides the League in its educational activities through mass media, churches and schools. \' r i i > serving on national com%  I the League are Flon chairman, Leonard I. loess program committee; i airman, Paul Solder man vice chairman ol community sen >< • mmittee MrArthur Laufman, Hollywood, program Bei Myers program committee; Burnett Roth, civil rights Joseph W Halek. former opera ilor, present* i • ted Banner at the op i i i the Elks Grand Lodge i mvei lion i en i nies i Sum y in the F ntj ni Mali IT, an attorm y, is an offii ci "t his Miami Bea< Ii Elks Lod] i Miami Bark Lists Dividend Lou : oiler pi esidei I of the MiSal annoum I e board ol ectoi p ; v. : paj menl of .i one d illar Ii \ idei i lo stoi kholdei ol i ei oi This n akes I he fourth 11 \. idi i d Ii i Ian ii %  > i 'i .i I all ation un< i r Lasl yei stl i '.hi Idei %  %  • %  : In 1Miami National Bank moved p to 13th pi i a n i of dc| D i ml< ami I N ions j bank made .. .. un %  %  t l to pla< miii !.102n %  < ill 't : 1,000 banks commrtte< VI Schneider Jack: nville, ;\ ii rif hts i ommittee. Sam A Goldstein, finam < %  committi e; David Nemerov, Palm Beach fi i ommitl • %  >rge .i Tali n. off, ( ommunit) sen v ice i omn itan il J Da\ : %  Slei a Pi Im mmittee ifta Adds wo Grades • .. ., •i ni %  1 %  i %  Miami is the gateway ricat, cm jtt'dent popM II include pupi's from I South America who .eking a mesiffa educa Rabbi H. Louis Rottman, Gn t *nd founder of the ared. Rabbi Rott if spiritual leader of Beth Congregation of Miami \ \i isko %  i. board of t .II he Me I hi erection 1 1 ,,'• %  ,; %  it Jttnll beai l he '; i ieai • | i Ii m> • the M* -i Ri ll I i nl of the lorry S< hot W< %  lirectoi if Merwil ; Ihe H< lemy; and Uexander chairman of the b n of the Hi \ adi School %  i the board ol tru \--"i> S Laser, Moaea M ••!• %  : ... B ; 'man and Dr Loin-, il I II1 here AllReligious Societies Are On A? Equal Footing *" LM : ,.-., %  %  herenl • ...: a i Jrei dom e i c. Yi id il Jew of • .. • to : : • .i : %  ered I %  •• I [ years for a bi rth in tl • rica. m Charleston, where he had i \. A York, where he mar %  I pped i %  his lo; with Vmei an I i PO. Though fortyirs he bi i" e a v olun.11 the I tia ribuI, but denci Hall. Hen aa "• he madi for the %  %  I all: %  ,; r ii I i 11. The delef i I. r /ered d %  u^iuu^ freedi m ol a I ".vas guaranb P. LORILLARD COMPANY First with the Finest Cigarettes through Lonllard research /



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Page 12-A •JmistFkrkifrr Friday. July n Women to be Presented Aliyaf, %  • : v .. yoRK prn i • %  • • %  Kabbi Juriah V, | %  Mter "< the eoi action demon adaptability and via ish reiifiaaa pra< that th n Miller Samuel Weinei Standii Jcck Fink. Michael Sossin. Beach Vice Mayor Malvin Englande: Race. Irving Lehrrr. ::. Irv ing Schatzman, president of M i Beach Lodge. Son. Smathei Theodore Trushin. Max Friedman, and Judge Henry Balaban. %  GMJCC Camps Feature Exciting Events For 400 Children in Four Branch Sites Democrats Hear Columnist ;>• mo %  at the I'.I. P Bruun. ibbal parties cook-ouU powfi r-t week's program Skits and for Uu Miami B< • r.tripthe productioi : The %  .. i, ...... and sell I themes Kint and I % %  ere part ef tii^hliyhted fhuuth atti ties supervisor In the Miami YMHA (.amp Ma n unit) Center da) camp pro I'.r more than 400 (hil'ln-n in four different locations in Dade count). ri ported Efraim M Gala exec u live director <.t th.GMJ< Bornstein Will Describe Trip In Orthcdoi Jjdaiim, Aliyot hav? rever been acco'ded to women Reform Jews rarely practice mil custom fo' eirher m MI or women. Joseph H. Katx, Chairman pi the synagogue board of trustees, said the step was another expression of our COr> -egation to make Judaism traditional, yet growing with mederrxty • I t to imi • •••I'w This program is one ot ttimans ial group work activities conducted b) the • enter f>.Tuesdaj niMm at the UnMiami < it;. Mall Cook-outs V*TP coin Lane restaurant, I6~t> Menalso held at .Mathc-uii lUmmotk dian jnaiul ( randem Park A program o( What M) Name provided up portunitirx for each child to act a apeheld even) -ere held a: Greynolds 1 • %  • cial Shabbal party with the theme Park t<> climax the second week's Directin p Soar i Donald : uBelle. branch director, and am Scheinberg is Hith a< livmes %  • i ollmenl lor the sei sion, which convenes July l limited to a few VJI an< i trained social group worker and '>"' %  "' charade form the name ol i imp director, Gale declari ,ll> group Other trips taken were to The Miami Herald, a-id a special •4 the Southwest YMHA Branch treasurer hunt was featured lor < amp Kadimah had a magic ssfetj several ol the groups sbOM presented by the Miami Police Highlighting each week is department oilu er DM k ind .i holiday event During Directoi oi the i imp is i harles the first I i reck period these inPlotkin brand | head eluded < lianuka and Indepen I %  < inselor is Lav rence Geffen Da) v Camp Shalom Miami Beach Directing Camp Ma-Ka-Bee is DaMHA the general theme ol Gel v Esken rancl tor with ling to Know You highlighted the "''" 1 counselor, Mrs Sylvia k.n. youth activitie worker North i uunty VMHA Branch, v.hnh iponsoi Camp Koai used "Storyland as the theme ol the !n*t week's program All groups participated through pow-wows and group sin-my Tripwere made, including picnics at Greynolds Park for cook outs The special Oneg Shabbal included the ceremonial-., bleaainga and tinging. Other trips were to the Junior Museum and the Telephone Company. A special Maccaheah and all-day track and ISRAELI RELIGIOUS STORE 1S57 Washington Avi. J6 1-7722 ALL HEBREW SUPPLIES FOR SVNACOCUE8 A JEWISH HOMES Wa Carry Bar MiUvah Records Speaker will be William Bornsppin jii-t returned bSJB. Israel, who will discuss hitrip Irving Schatzmaa ipresident ol the lodge -" IThe family of fbe Lofe SAMUEL ORITT wish to express their dep appreciation for the many kind expressions of symparhy in their recent bereavement PALMEI M [MORI us "Miami's Only Jewish Monument Mitten" Exclusive Deoltr "ROCK OF AGES FAMILY MEMORIALS • Scheduled Unveiling* SUNDAY. JULY It*. 1961 l**ni*V Mtmariml Pork Ceatefer* Will!AM LEVIN 11 a.m. \IJ. T> R ii l %  -i-j. Pasct PALMER'S MIAMI MONUMENT CO 3279 S W 8th Street HI 4-0*21 Pfco/iej Ml 4-0*21 Miami Hebrew Book Stofi 1!JM WASHINGTON Miami Beach — JE • !** H'hrfw R>i.g Out Sup? •* '• S/nag gurt. School* A P' %  %  '• ISRAELI A DOMESTIC Q i REPHUN'S HEBREW BOOK STORE Crcater Miami's largest I Olaletl Stiaalif r for Syno9* 9 urj, Hebrew I Swnaoy Scheals. WkmltsmU I Ktlmil IStAM ClfJS AND NOViLTIlS 417 Wothingftn Af. JI 1-9017 <36c36 LAKESIDE MEMORIAL PARK AND MRIFI.N MAI SHIM M THE SOUTHS MOST BEAUTIFUL JEWISH CEMETERY" N.W 25th ST. at 103rd AVE TU 5-1689 I I There jSCSSEkm\ GORDON FUNERAL HOME FR 3-3431 FRanklin 9-1436 710 S.W. )2fh Avenu. Miami, Fla. HARRY GORLX)N PRfSIOCNT IKE GORDON FUNERAL OIRECIOt A VOlST RROS K ) / % % i • % % way and A wrong way < -rl4inl> ,, u ,. U |J n,.i a .t for an rnn-iavn. v irores y..u .nu, mom o U i l.tiiniiun i„„ i >rrlh.rm >ou Memorial Hoi a.rru t |„ M „„ i-di. I..U. Mm! oi enstsa j\ IAl -, fchv >au -,| anl lo Im.l „ul iboul Muaal'l laMl ai*i oldr-t |e,„h ntarteri t,.,| JV M.-um Naho's ,.,,^,^,, H..1.H >i..uiil >rl>.i •. P-rseteaJ Cm fu„.| ,u, ;: ..„ „, ^, ,„, 4 j_,. 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Friday, hifr 14 MM. + h*isl fhrih tr Page 3-B Ford Foundation in Grant to National Conference of Christians and Jews A Pord Foundation Brant of S325.000 to the Natioi al C infer ence of Christiana and I meed this week by Dr Lewis Webster Joni i, New York natioi idenl I tl in i to fini solutions to our major civic problems which closely touch the issues of religious freedom." i : r Lehrman recently return d front %  week long seminar on inter religious relations, sponsored by "Nevertheless, law and religious the S i m Santa Barbara. < •m often < ome %  ming confllcT" TTns i~ true when we face the facts oi specifi al policies I thii tel ms as publu supj The funds will rochia mtrol % %  ear i atii nal progi • d I olU u ind Sum % that time hi' was one >f sultants M n o aided i bers if the w minar in learnii \ i le oi "interreligious I i %  Kai I lorida director I : that "with tl I %  'i .m and oth.-t i • %  thi ral level of public Tl • onlj .1 few ol the IUI state we an 1 meetinq of Hatikvah chapter of Mizrachi are [eft ID right 1 Mrs. Moses Dyckman. of New York %  sident of Mizrachi; Mrs. Eugene Labovitz, l home the meeting was held; and Mrs. Alcoordinator of Miziachi activities in Greater Hatikvah Chapter Joins 5 Mizrachi Units; Mothers and Daughters to Join Together !i-> ussi ind undi 1 %  of public < 01 cei aci ord to Dr .1 "iDesignated as a proiect on "Religious Freedom and Public Affairs," the program wiil get started immediately with the formation of a national Council on Public Affairs and Religious Freedom. Membership on that body will include political philosophers, civic leaders, educators and theologian*. Ir c Doren Tharp, vice prcs idenl and dean of the ties at the 1 m\ci -ii> I>I Miami co chairman 1 f th. r lorida region oi Nl CJ hailed the gram i" "most timely 'These are problems we need t" study," said Dr Tharp We an '.'rateful to the Font Foundation % % %  h 1 ii div ide Km* ncs tizens of 1 to make substai .. to the learning pro 'i 1 Ford Founds ers nt tin v ( .' have 'his n > the v ork thej ha • %  : the different faiths ram, we tan 1 \, means ol redoc 1 arise from our i's.' NCCJ national officials have announced that the grant will make passible the holding of annual five-day institutes in various major cities of the U.S.A. These programs will seek to demon strate new procedures for clergy and laymen to loin in study of techniques for the quiet settlement of intergroup and interreligious problems. Dr Irving Lehrman, spiritual leader of Temple Emai u El Mi ami Beach, ami member of the Miami Library In Goals 1 Task Miami Public Labrar; 1 in a nationv eevalua \mei tea's goal; ac< t 1 I>r Frank B S< ssa d rector • io iifor Americans 1a pr 1 gram tor study, discussion an 1 ac iv ing out "l the Presidei n National Goals execative commit! t the NCCJ report which the Commission pu Commission on Interreligious Re Itshed will serve as a guide In lations hailed the Ford Founds order to understand the I for making possible a pioneering lion's gram by saying that "the which will be studied, individ 1 %  I %  mil w.i com 1 .1 meeting m lene Laboiit/ •pi blvd Miami Beach. • Dyckman, ol lean in Miami ten days to aa s tor the new MrDyckman i no* %  • .1national Womi n IM' known as .mi 1 departs 1 its five fellow ige limitation % %  > %  1 ship Ac t Stone 1 Mizrachi acth • 1 mothers • able to mm pthet assist OUt fro 'I fort le I 'loll.I i| %  !,.;UHI members ol 1 ganisation funda in be carr) out ita • r in Israel ten 1 Zionist I mi a pro ind social sen h State, and %  'i"i annual con 29 Bl the Hotel in B '-• M.i^ has l>en in pro ramlor I IT years Prior la h. 1 presidency, aba nati ial secretary and • air:;: 1 ,• the board In uk.; ; Mizrachi kwdci eight tr. ; t.i laraal Bha program conceived on a large concensus >>f moral values on enough scale and on a high enough which our concept of political free level ol ••Milliner to have :i signif dom is based derives from the uant impact during the next four Judeo-Christiao view ol tin nature years." and destiny of man This tradiRichard Wolfaon, Florida regmn lion has mans strands As governCO-cnairman, and a member of the ment becomes more complex, as NCCJ national board of governors, it touches the lives ol citizens more observed that "our unique Amer frequently and more intimately, ican tradition allows a great va religious differences become more rietv of religious and cultural tra apparent and more troublesome I Hatikvah chapter a> well as for ditionto flourish and express lock forw ard to programs in Greatreservation* to the Oct 29 national themselves m the CIVIC life of the er Miami, made possible t'v this pri igrams with hooks, period Mizrachi convention in Beaton nation _ift which will help us to seek *! % % %  *. • and maps •en added to is the mother of four children iters of Great She and her husband are grand v. Women, Or parents to five Mrs Stone who lives at the Bheibome hotel ma) be contacted lor information about the new nee I to read tvookexpla ining 1 ng America's aims present, and future "Libraries were founded on the freedom of each individual to read and understand personal and national issues," Dr Sessa remarked The Miami Public Library, a* a participant in the "Goals for Ameri. program, Will supplement nationwide radio, television, and If TIA < mi' X AND ONLY FIRST *t '-•• AT BFRRIAF'S... SWA I \l PriMIIASE OF OI'R i 1 1 : I all. it,. h Chase Federal Notes Increase t ii.i-. ia %  1 %  eral hi bj (. 1 der .. Saving* and Loan jus 1 ptotad another ol jtro t growth, accord I. Clements, president. • I UM lease ol more million in lavtngjl repre .ii increase of s noted that during the period, Chase Fed ncreaaed its mortgages 112 1 million, represent '' % %  >' &f s., percent I thi. %  reasc is ;i u • the public's response t.. : "era. j active assistance rwnara la the lower internet rateon with lower N nak ne s; — • MOST FAMOIS sunnwiM.ii 1 SPORTS COATS TKI.V WSH •>< i ZJI. T 5.tO FAR .\ HI.FMW endous bu|ing powerlfcnable$ ut to stic saving! on America's top name fa>MI I r 51*% RAtTlO Onry Burkina's tr bring you iuch fa^ orti coafs! Qcron polyester and cotton lifjfctweight tabnc is afterfuHy tailored fc fit a$ only tK#t famouifiaker knows howl Choose neat mutW-checks or colorful plaic/^nodels in greys, blues, olive, brajkfVn, charcoal and green. Sizes 36 to 48, •regulars, shorts, longs. r E FOR MEt< STREET FLOOR MIAMI.'At ALL BURDINE'S STORES.



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July 14. 1961 •* §mh§i nerMton Page 11-A 'ollabcration Charges Against Globke Renewed N | v Charges of active collaboration with the Nazi anti sentence was given to Carl Zen itOChowa Ghetto policeman, who • : .,, ],, Hans Clobke ^tate secretary and.principal nt-r. 62. a tormer SS brigade lead oral sentenced h\ ., Ham berg Jury 1 14,,KnnT.Tk Adenauer, were renewed this week Di *' r •""! major general of Naz ite the official Nazi Government commentar> on the *' mberg laws during the war, ha> been cleared bj the "!,.,..'•• on the grounda thai be had actual!) helped ease the ,. ., legll officer of the Government headed at the po court last November*to a ten-year nee and an eight-year tern, to term tor manslaughter Hani Rammers, 53 tormer SS for r M r. I ill sil bj Ado %  m ,,.. ., ol the ASM, man Dignity, at ,nd for Dr Glob ignaUon was the principal Prim He continent can do thai l>r Globon the Nureminstituted partici N • • • Ex 4 if Raarresled HI ITA Announce hen this m ek by tor thai Robert | K d< tO Auschwitz linand Hoesi has >. Muika a former I en arrested once I • ,n h he w ir.' \. %  camming magis ireau Lists |ew Program ir Schools %  ir Hebrew de ish schoolu.ireeh b) M A I the Bureau of %  11 for two sec Hebrew schools %  .,r lartmenl of four it 8 through 12. School depart irs from ages 12 The lix-ysar orogram will folIhe i -cjiioni in th lib' : schoo's and help to elimN the dra>-oot of Jewish stu|n*s after Bar Mitivah, tinea 'action frjm fha Junior High >a--nent would be at the age "•• program the ii eliminated itiduation i aei < ises ites ol the elementary the Jewish school.* Bureau is planning cxei .%  • for graduates ol It partmenfl ol students com >ix-yeai ct urae ol ll 1 which includes .. i Ktra afti nu on II laj u hool sched I'Xtri laj devoti %  • H Men A 'i*ed registry of Hebrew. unday school and preschool lathers has been distributed to Jewish schools to assist in l'"-g in any of their personsel •as. %  t repri tents the c< atral r licj of the Bure f in under the hair trate here who ruled the ex Nazi would have leopardiied his own life it he had refused to organize the transport of Jews to thi chambers al Auschw itz %  • Sentenced for Complicity COBLENZ (JTA Prison terms at har<) labor were imposed this srei k bj the Coblenz court on two former Nazi SS officers for com phrity in the slaughter ol 6 824 lieutenant colonel Testimony by Zenner, who had bean ^s police leader in Minsk in November IM1, whan the murders took plan-, was contradicted bj Remmers Zenner claimed h< knew nothing about the mass shootings and that he had heard onl) rumors about them. Hem mers testified hat Zenner had been helpful in preparing tor arid carrying out the mass executions • • • Court Orders Retrial KARLSRt HE——The Weal German Federal Supreme Court %  rdered tins week a retrial for Jews in Minsk in 1*41 A 15-year George Schlosser, 47-year-old CzenWeal German judiciary to res ,-n The House %  •".' L I thi acti tn a warning that, if the advice was ignored, a constitutional amendment would !)< %  sought authorizing removal ol ucl forn r Nazi writtl • of po.Is a..% if. ..-ibV trial The measure iaimed speciftCall\ at Judges and prosecutorwho were involved during the # Nazi period in court cases ending ill "illegal d.ath sentences.' The measure called on such firmer Nazit i resign voluntarttly" before June 1962. and it assured full pension payments to those wno did so The threat of removal action came in a declaration bj the House that the constitutional amendment would be SOUghl UHBONN IJTAI — The West Garder which procedures would he <••man Bundestag, th. lower i-.mse .-f tablished to find which of such Parliament, approved thiweek judges and prosecutors ha-' with one dissenting vote a bill urgresponsible for 'inhuman and fling 72 ex-Nazis now serving in the legal" death sentences The lower court had d--< Ided that only the shooting of a 13-year-old Jewuh boy in the ghetto had been proven against Schlosser beyond a reasonable doubt. The prosecution had demanded conviction of Sell losser for the murder of at least 25 Jewish victims The Supreme Court ruling also took note of the complaint by Schlosser tha' the televising of his trial had bean improper • • Bundestag Passes Bill ri • II Ma m her ma of the Jewish 1 l Greatei Miami and have been id for s-pHebrev departments, and for the Sunday school de Irti • %  •greening Tests 'ue in August iiptometnc Assn., • ration with other organl %  and service clubs, will of nnual free vision screening to Bade county children Vugusl I group from 7 to 17 will !" r cked tor distance vision, nesr perception, and report and BOg *il ant to parents E. ALBERT PAlLOT, President BISCAYNE FEDERAL Savings a.n.d Loan Association MIDYEAR MESSAGE FROM YOUR PRESIDENT Remember when .. BISCAYNE FEDERAL opened with assets of $805,475 on February I, 1956? By June of the same year this sum had leaped to $2,180,917. In 1958 assets rose to$l 1,836.520; by I960 our assets soared to $23,272,702. And now. on June 30, 1961. BISCAYNE FEDERAL*. assets art a towering $30 million dollars, setting a new record — again! Included in this robust financial condition, of course, is BISCAYNE FEDERAL'S beautiful Northside Branch in the Northside Shopping Center. In addition you will be personally proud to hear that your President and Board of Directors took positions of pronounced civic leadership in two significant directions this year: I. Responsive to President John F. Kennedy's February 6 appeal for cooperation of the Federal Home Loan Bank Board to lend a stimulus to home construction by lowering mortgage interest rates. BISCAYNE FEDERAL rose to help meet the nation's need — and reduced mortgage interest and costs. II. BISCAYNE FEDERAL led the way — in an unprecedented step — to unite a dramatic staff of architects and builders for the purpose of designing individual, finer homes for Florida home owners. This fusion of talents has attracted nationwide attention as a boon to all who seek the best for their money in longtime, livable homes. Our policy of prudent investment and everfriendly service continues, to combine sound business management everyday — for every day of tomorrow. X2 E. ALBERT PALLOT. President %  *• %  Eac^ iccou"! '* l turad up to $10 000 by &f • Ftdei' S. "9 and Leai Insurance Cs'poration. OUR RECORD OF GROWTH S3fl.lSI.SS2 M NLMOii iSNtnos 2IMIU0N is Ninon — IB MILLION S MltliOH Ninon — JUN( St I'M it 4% CURRENT DIVIDEND tss ssasaaa l %  • •••> ASSETS Cash on hand, in banks and U.S. Government Bonds $ 3.733.251.70 First mortgage loans 25.042.484.50 I Loans on savings accounts. 54,729.0' Stock in Federal Horns Loan Bank. 365,000.00 Biscayne Federal Building, parking lots and equipment, net 756,754.04 Real estate owned 127.077.52 Other assets 72.255.50 TOTAL $30,151,552.30 STATEMENT OF CONDITION June 30. 1961 LIABILITIES Savings accounts $ 27,116,553.08 Loans in process 1,281,8".78 Advance payments by borrowers 284.061.66 5.228.40 10.623.42 General reserves 1.453.185.96 TOTAL $ 30,151,552.30 for taxes and insurance Other liabilities Deferred income BISCAYNE FEDERAL Savings and Loan Association Main Office: Bhcoyne Blvd. at 18th St. • Northside IronchM W ?7t\ Ay*, and 79th St. $S£KZ a*,, M tcws I. ALBERT PALLOT *>-.,.* mu % Ntansst



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r i X n j k E eh, av. oman s "WorU by ISABEL GROVE = tting for a thoroughly %  icilities for imeru in chil Iren is .* tar school house of Ameri ii and attractive i>.>r.>t h> B i flew leaching fr the past year Dau htei j ,f Miami Beach, Doroth) is a 58 graduate itioo at Florida I in Tallahassee Getting I teaching tor two yeara; Treasure Island | for .1 position with the D'partnn "t >t the r tola was at* p t.-.i and left last August for [. Sukiran .. •: i ng countrj nolle but the climate thi I er we enjoy, calling for the (ami typ .•..\mimint. booting and ikin Clubs compare favorably with Miami did as much sightseeing as her vacal j med t<> return t" Okinawa for another dtures fascinated her Her visits to Hong Kioto ami Yokahama where she learned I i Is and strange customs whetted her appetite awell as si which '. spend the bal in of [i ... arife and getting with the u was awaj -c a-c a-a i. hrman, of I he will ttend a conl A'oi July Ui Dr : • %  • Rabbinical for Mr. a i Atlanta Man Shaw •• • ..".. %  me v i \ mat '• they'll is S f their ea ., .internship in Cal issumi t Jackson [ M Max S H M ms Islands : to thi r b • • rtee dr. \. \ \ ng Sheldon j %  .Diane will b id • : the fam i an i • 17M Sw : 21 ,ii Las \. n an exotic co bt-a .•• cei smies. s< Xo pieces ap| Gallery %  serve as presi I t tb( erj in %  Ml ll •! Mrs v ;ir H R b 255 irned froi where Eco ns In ^ ... r ; i i i i ) I %  •€ -€ •',. i ight v P %  •) :; rb ho Fourth of J Mrs uf on th. ir Bo ilin lie's Mr and Mrs E Iw ir I !'' i and Berth cage ai da Saul R ie S ir H ir \ \ ung sailors v ivid Nathan an I his lw< R 4x i ao I N in y plus •r Joining them in I Nam v s, IN. in an.I a la r gran II Pntikin the Natbai Miami ire Mr ami Mrs. < ". daughi Patricia, and son B 1 'riuto of the mam attractions and distractions I Rochester w for ;<•-• Kelemer I m 'a brother wilt, Mr i i t< ri ill v She N "her m R. and her fiance, lika a pharm "Jewish Floridian Miami. Florida Friaav, July 14. 1961 Section 3 Noted Woman Attorney and Publisher Visits Beach Friend and Gets City Honor \ not< I worn ui attor > id : %  : ipei editor was i Mia week visit Itorm is Ur He nda N ol Tel \ • ••• her Breni er Movers, .' dr i two met in l-r. | M •. vi hi re Mrs Me; had I i a tend >•-• '-.: • Issn 'i %  '. in i ... Fort ign Mini.N) M ie an \ii. j ... : ite I % %  '•rv. first the countrj "s IN the first judge in A here he precivil i *viv. the rt beca i ,now i • lucl % %  b islness in in>r ThiN A. iat a time when only the osl idealistic em sione I the I. it Hebi ew would once agai living Languagi Mrs Moses received her law •e from Geneva L'niversitj Switzerland in 1932 .vui began to practic* four >• ter In '.•; she -tarted the weekly publicati I i Ishd rhe Woman i Today, i i-r ifluenti Publisher v '-• %  >nti i ri ilar colu y law ilar %  .1-.in the woman's \ i \i '•<•is parti lii week!) stint 5h • es before Israel's d imest rts, %  hich concern thi i'es ith -u h qi i • %  1 rce All Miami Beach Mayor Kenneth Oka presents Mrs. Her: Moses with I Key to the Ci;y on the occasion o: the noted woman attorney publisher's visit here. tract's religio '.i Isha •'..I.ii i in %  i... the )ui sdicti i -i ;> between t hdomes c courts "f r the DM • mull Mrs Moses w n idiiy < mfess that "it is JtiU a %  te and involved affa \ • .n with a lovely face and quick eyes Mrs Moses casually re niar'^N that La Isha :also 'fasfa u an i N;V ie conscious I, >he and her husband %  %  I sons Out' I | .ir.it; has • .%  finished hiN militarj %  \. I u other IN 16 What ishes In ad iition she is i exi uti> e f Isr ie L i> il Partj f irmed o u ol th< r il •rger of the Progn SSIVI and < i • Parties I' %  eek she was in Miam i her -•• ind visit here In 195 ic re. I Ki %  • i thi l d M m then Mayor Ch ne Severs lie Key to t fi "Sholom." to Miss Israel cf 1961. Joan L Balkin lei and Mrs. Sidney Raffel, hostess, welcome Atida Pll Miami Beach. Mis3 Pisanti .3 represent Universe contest this week at the Miami Bejch Exhibition H Sevitzkys Off To Europe ncert I i n Societ). I>I >••-•. %  \ en perl i s to the V r na V ie : Fuly 27 Or. A .J. 11. he will p to V t tiv last il M h Pop com erts ill igram, i i v i to Verona 1 • %  i in ; Mrs ... \ ienna, Mui K h, ; %  • 51 firsl i So. Miami Couple Mcrk Anniversary Satui f So. M t a • • • Pelti an I i 3 ung 47 b i Ihdaj • wit hi her I wei of 16 e) I with i i i Kahn, of Anoi i N N' is illegi Ih. 'i v tci !n~ I i .it Ne i i Prizes Slated For Best Hula pa rt 11 lei i Saturday, 9 \ i Bird rd to i %  • I "•!' .•l dancer* i i i I Ml



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Page 16-A -Jenirtftrriliir F "dqy, July n UAHC Declares Knowing Aid Being Given to Bigots By Special Report NEW YORK—The real estate industry, financial institutions, msur ance agencies and Federal vern mental agencies were a< a leading deligious leader ol petuating housing segi I thus contributing to the growing crisis of the motropoIit:i;i center These chnr^es and other moral problems facina large metropolitan communities in meeting chan^in^ city patterns wore outlined in a study pamphlet by Rabbi Richard (.:. Hirsch. of Chicago J laism and Cities m Crisis.' released this week. The 103-page bookie: was is by the Commission on Socia \ ol Reform Judaism repr the Central Conference ol imerii ,,n Rabbis, the Union ol Amer Hebrew Congregations its .'.tt,bated bodieTh study deais with many moral and social problems which effects the metropolitan city in crisis, including the clog of transportation, need fsr b*er urban plar-.inq. popuatio.-i changes, higher educafonal s'a-'dard*, ttlminati-tn c' slums, and -iuses of i um landlords. Ol a n anal} sis %  ..-..• Je vish towar Is $ it evolves I Jewish history. "It would be unj • %  to pla blame for the perpetu rogation on an; p Hirsch "Nevertheless meni in mr society are m re I j rlirs esl dry with su tices as continue I sa I the main) •• in ol gr ...' 'd neighb irhoods real estate agents ho sell \. ute area pressuring se ling pro • rlj low er vali • at the threat ol N'eg roes entering the neighborh then reselling the same proi ;,t ,i highlj lucrative profil 11 Set roes con ting legislatioi discriminator) practices fusing admit! ince ol Si %  '" real %  -• He b ar I I profess The rea %  to it I to chai I loss letei ral %  %  N t only have ral estate beards sinctioree" the maintenance of segregated neighbor hoods but they have opposed all attempts to estab'ish more liberal pslicies." the rabbi notes '• %  S'egr %  not ovei ... ,,M i in hit.' areas bet mage in case of race it insurance is grai .: vanabl) hi ii.u I accuses Fe rnmenl agencies and officials. me "I tb' in l9TC9t Ht serves that "hen \ in mstrai %  u not onl) rd e tion. Although the \$# %  Court dedaaao eliminated Flu Cial policies. Rahhi Hirstl the. pamphlet that he fc*E"J ther the Officials uh i thr p olic i e s were il I, •„ r then attftudea and pracctittV % %  Moreover, the F Itraj M meni still permit. authorities to detenu/, Ah( t /" .nol public and pin. k?CtS -hall In the rabbi M Children's Body Will Build Soon b< • %  building Societ) •' %  • Vi il & K x i I : • %  %  :.:h %  %  children in totter h tdoption alone) building, which will J mately SW.ooo. has during the past ai i ontr I t et) building I quest <>r contnb ii irked for I ... not %  <..! i .i Iron i Horn of the l • ite : building a dim \ i 't the building y %  playground • j Mid-Year Statement of Condition AS OF JUNE SO. IH1 ASSETS Cash on Hand and .n Banks $ 4.428.98? 30 U. S. Government Obligations 250,000 00 First Mortgage Loans 25.ll3.3543! Loans on Savings Accounts 252.239 42 Federal Home Loan Bank Stock 366 400 00 Land. Office Buildings and Equipment ... M4l.72750 Real Estate Ornned 445 349 46 Former Branch Building (Held for Resale' 53.897 5I Deferred Charges and Other Assets 175.7M07 To,al A*ts $32.232.66157 LIABILITIES Savons Accounts 128011757 49 Advances from Federal Home Ljan Bank .. 750 000 00 loans m Process 623 547 76 Other Liabilities 539 9; 9 3 Genera, Ree',e 5 md Surplus. %  >' *id 39 • • 122.232.661 57 OFFICERS Morton Trilling ViSMUnl VII-Il'ri-M,Jrii| David Stuzin Prrudenl S. F. Oanels W. Btntley Glass KxetMJVr Ni.r l*rr<*ic(rnt AMsUnl \ ivr I'rrsi.lrril Charles Hertzoff W. M. Merrill. Jr. Irrasurrr AaaiaUnt Secretary Kenneth R. Kinard Joseph O. Tubb a a a ii la l Vira Preeideal AUIMUU Vice President John C. Yeats \-->,lJlll I,, i-.ui. i DIRECTORS David Stui.n j. w Barfiold Uluen. federal Savrng, I..,,, .„, ,„,..„.„.„, S. F. Oanels C C. Coensparner teja'as: <"^-— Ln I AH...K Charles Hertiorf KSinff^Jjeeb ft W 5 v i„ '' t^rr-'"'"1 CITIZENS FEDERAL SAVINGS -AND LOAN ASSOCIATION OF H I A L E A H MAIN OFFICE 400 HiALEAH DRIVE PALM SPRINGS BRANCH REO ROAO 4 WEST 4*th ST.



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Page 10-B 'Jeniitfkrk^r Oscar Hammerstein Tribute at 'Pops' Concert Sunday Eve %  ; at the li) S • I %  : Hai I them particularly wdUuiti Hammerstein s will be I Wanda will SajfaOP %  -v' 0P£i I.ief O'd the SOUS VAH W-f Bressler Gives Zionist View Of Aliyah for American Jews NKA VORK fTA Max Bressl r. pri r Mtkm of Amenca. • mean not a maHI but a 1 Ikat %  %  i to Israel foi rarj ..(•• or permanent Thai a; Uyiah was i ited bj Bressler as pai I gram which had to be imple mi ited to assure the future ol the Zionist movement in the I States other elementhe listed D-xieland jazz maestro lack T<;agarden and his Swincjin' Jazz Trio are now appearing in the Carriage Club at Miami Springs Villas. ONf 01 THI liDUIlf aUN4GfMfNr OffOUP Of ffUTVAl fUHD'j tounsm intensive Jewisl furtheranci H : culture, an i ;n\ est Israel He spoke at a ing ol the National Executive Council of the '/."\ Ke announced the ZOA would act to help meet the problems of housing for American newcomers, both temporary and permanent, through a program of building apartments in various cities financed by an Israeli building firm. He said the ZOA would not be involved as an organization in building or management. He announced establishment of a ZOA Aliyah department, headed by Jacob Dmnes and Louis Sltkoff I)r | Holl) : man il the • .! rael • %  %  Kei • 'I a • '•• .1 nto thi \. %  be n patri • i Israel or tx he -;: \\c musl i %  ition our Govi • that this ma) mean thi tential entry into the Jewish State 11 100 000 or 200.000 Arabs who for years have been political!) conditioned ami literally trained lestruction of the State l Israel Lief has worked in a wide raftOS of musical forms, from choral muse and musical com edy. to Gilbert ard Sullivan op eretfas, classical ballet and sym pheny. MUSK d.rector o the New York Chamber Smyphony, Lief has toured e.tensive y as a guest conductor with the Rol Petit Ballet de Paris, the Vic Company of England. Royal Ballet Sadler s Wells, and the Moiseyev and Bolshoi Ballet Companies. His repertoire also includes well over 100 musical comedies and operettas that he has conducted in the U.S. and Canada on. a nal • \:i. \ recipient ol a Fulshe studied II made operal %  tli's famous Fi tival ol Two Wot Sol W'a) -\ ille Ind when ttend ed college drilling rigs i >il fields He also was a (i neer in an a.re.raft factory before deciding on J singing and acting career He recentl) starred in the Broadwa) musical hit. "Destrj HideAga i and before tha: appeared in such top -hewa"Guys anil Dolls i arouael Annie Gel Your i.un. 'South Pacific" and Most Happy Fella In opera he has performed leading roles in men.' "To* i and The Barber of N-\ ille -' %  o v-.— Dvorch R M itei David Ben Gunon greets leader of the Pioneer Women and a member of tl Actions Committee, at a reception at the Waldorl hotel in New York durii recent visit to the Uniti and Ca The Prime Minister congratulated the I Women or. Ihe -^oi. and on their comple'ioa i S 15 000 000 in I •, since the bond d:.-. 1 Pioneer Women will hold the.: 17th biennial conv in Pittsburgh on Or t I J\NV Post Picnic Sunday and games and dancing t'>r a ill • .. ed at thi innual pi< lb) Ji % %  ih War V et .-ranWest Miami Posl and Sunda) at Pit 2 < ran I'ark Mr and Mrs N • • %  Camp Session Begins Temple Sim %  • eek %  has openings foi camperThe Temple Office may i for further details Cromwell Has Summer Features The Cromwell hotel, an the mfront and 20th si M i'.i a< h. ir. %  nished f"r th. current sun in \: Gefter imar. i %  iti situated a fi Lincoln Mall The Cromwell, featuring kosher CUlsine. iknown f, ; higl with special diets ivailable as prescribed l>> guests ','iiy ii ians Dietary and Sabbath aw strictl) obs< rved under the super • thv Orthodox v a ad Ha kashruth of Florida Relit services are leld dailj the i d s\ na-to Featured at th Cromwell are oceanview rooms, two meals daily, television in eveiy room, free self marking, adioimng trie hotel, free chaise lounges and mats free beach chairs and u~i brellas, supervised day camp feature movies twice weekly, and get acquainted cock'ail and hors d'oeuvre parties i ,< ft i • • kl • %  '-.d-h Mrs. Bass is Chairman MrAI Bass is eh I 11 3d I m >uim httchi %  ed b) B'nai B nt M W %  on Tuesda) at thi MrA tiurv.it/ BBO0 S • Mi lr\ ing Matlm :| bapte PR Director Nome*" i' kgtern Steamship i i rai agents for the >v Star SS Yarmouth, and geiine, ha%  (painted r as public relations and a toi ai cording to V. general manager MrI former!) account exi of M | •. s', imsl • n 'i • field. ha\ II type of b 1943 Forn Ihe v %  tels %  this a. eek thi %  imous I II "i ardeini to conduct High Holy I 1 r %  1 • HEALTH and top luxu MOUNTAINS "Ofi iTr, %$3ffma, "FIDELITT CAPITAL FOND Prospectus Booklet? FIDELITY CAPITAL FUND is a MUTUal FUND with primary emphasis On '.apitai appreciation possibilities. for four FUCC P'oip-:'ji Joo* it tlfid coupon MOW to COBURN 8. MIDDLEBROOK INCORPORATED / MI t 1 n: 235 N.E. 79th S. Miami. Fla. TELEPHONE PLaia 4 351S (••;• irf tf fiDCLITf CAPITAL fUNO Froip*\iut *oo/t to. Wone Add!" C.ty Installs Officers Banking Group The South Florida C'onlerence ol KABAC, the association for bank audit control and operation, hel i it-, annual installation banquet recently at th*CarBea hotel The affair highlighted and concluded a year of program activity by the conference's membership Comprised of ,15 commercial banks in Dade and Monroe countiePresident W F. Boyd. vice [ir^-i dent of Fan American Bank of Mi ami. installed the new officers and directors. Incoming officer! are president, Charles -f Hushes, assistant vice president Flril National Hank of Miami. vice president, John Roberts, jr auditor. Fir1 and Trust Company. South Miami lecretary, Pi an* Wilier president, Peoples National Hank of North Miami Beach; and treasurer. Edward P Brown, vice president and comptroller. North Shore Hank. Miami Beach %  II %  U a wonderland of scenic bwt r eip*nenc* Hi* mott beneficial end enjoyable vacat.or. you have ever known com* e Hot Springs *nd >• %  • m luaury at Tke Arlington. Swim in ow fetou'oui twin cotcode #roxle te r.tw ^d e.avt.f.1 celer e/eck.. wMs HOTEL and^BATHS HOT SPRINGS NATIONAL PARK.Arkar;


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+Jelstnt' k l& r Friday. July U, ]J ''JO'"' .~,————^=^ = Eichmann Confesses to 'Human Guilt' Possibility Continued from Page 1 A death sentence awaited him. that tiImd tanlraahaal (•* nieivy eyw M meres uas due mm a:v! th: he was read) to hang himself in public to expiate his guilt. Are you readj to repeal your atatement here and now?' thprosecutor demanded l stand on in > word. Bichmann replied standing stiff!) a*, attention m hi> glass-enclosed, huUet-prool prison %  •i dock "You confess, then, that you are an accomplice in the murder of millions of Jews?" Hausner said, his voice risic I'nder Hausner"* angry question in Bichmann Muttered slightly When he tried to repl) with hi> usual lengthy responses, he was immediately cut short b> the pros ecutor, who demanded "brief answers, yes or no." But when the hammering prosecutor repeatedlj interrupted the defendant with such demands, presiding Justice Moshe l andau intervened even before Dr Servatius was able to rise in protest Justice I andau declared thai wh.le Bichmann should reply briefly he should he given the chance to complete s sentences In reply to Hausners question on whether he was guilty, Eichmann said: "Ye*, from the point of human guilt, but I do not consider myseM guilty from a legal point. If some of the Jews found death as a result of deportations, it has to be determined from a legal viewpoint whether I am guilty." Mr Hausner returned to the at tack, saying My '< ,n te : "' ,; legal In your hear do you "* d v oursejf guilts ol pat the*Tmirtler*ol millions of Jews*' •From the human pom'-, yes since I am guilt) in the dep lions.' Ei< imann replied. Mr Hausner questioned the l< fendanl clcsel) on the notorious statement he ma le near the end ol the \>ar to the effect thai he would jump into hi Grave gladls knowing that 5.000.000 Jews had been killed The prosecutor point ed out that, during the pre-trial police interrogation. Bichmann LONG-DISTANCI MOVERS -ft^ HUIUIRU.SH DAILY PICK UPS Htm York New Jar sey, Philodelphia. Baltimerr Wasv ingten, Boston — ell enter aeiats. DIAL JE 3-6353 N. Lleberman & Sons 5S COUJNS AVE. MIAMI 8EACH R€',HS _."'*3 *""ES Center President Former Detective The new president ol Coral Was Jewish Center is a former Miami homicide detective, with six years t sen ice m that capat its He is Irvin Whitman, of IMS SW *> jve who today practices law in :ni u b tman recentls stj I presi lent •: th< C< iter, is the lather of • %  ree da ters. Jusl 19 D an m i; md R ith Ellen. 9 Us wife the former Fas E nrhitn Sev* York C it) vers meal •. • \\ %  War [I. he s • i • i ie I the P • X J e Coui \ %  • ie 11 ItVIS WHITMAN PALMER'S MIAMI MONUMENT CO. "Miami's Leading Memorial Dealers" Smimt ft* Jewfc* Ceameavty Siace 192t mi AMIS OMt ANO C*HT JEWISH MONUMENT BUILDERS UTMM ricti/s/vfir TO THt JVHISM CUiMTiLl 0UA1ANTKB FIXES T OUAJJTT MONuaaorrs AT LOWEST PtKH M MIAJU1 6iVT. MUtlEtS NEADSTONCS fOOISTOntS Only $35.00 Why Pay More? Buy for less al Palmer's and Save! All Beiney*'! Cwtltm Mm4* h Owr Owe Sheet •rftue J Peril Bank Declares Dividend Freder ck J res* hk< ......... [Dad this eei %  • • poratioo incr £ -_• ., -• • in i len I I %  ,. as saying millions I i es died, m .f Gern •" '" 5.000.000 • bite • that ti would eravi • R rtroyed Eichn i h '" d d not aul with thi Reic and Germans Rate* rhe prosei challenged Eichmati >tal that he did not see m "h. '• enemies and ipponent* Reich Eichmanr. a thai lie did. but i the sens final phas sense, he elabora were the < ; arm;-'md tl \ Eich • ner's ban j %  • *aill) *hea %  • %  n to crack inevital I %  %  • i %  toll ol • tinned S •• • %  • Mr. Havana* *-** satsod m if he cars 3*-*: ItM s. —e J e'eath sentences >" N*i MN as |usf for imala>me*M %  ; • personal cder '3 *ee ? %  E-': petn Jewry. He reaped :i -~* lively basing h.s reply 00 >• 1 argumer* that, as reipo^i ble leaders, tf>e Nar had to bfar the cr.sequeo wjhle foe "the little man" u • \-| irchj especially tor me WM bore -••ire? orders Ver much s >ul se.ir, ling hiNazi role. h,:t.-i and condemned every |J the annihilation eh v a^ ordered "bj i hlCfa h could do • i j> th -Tong rapt : tree -n-l a tnerc) WEMSTAU GLASS ton EVE mr #i RPOSE STOtE flONT f>UTI AMD WINOOW MASS fritrf Tepi lert r4 ktirrtt mm4 Initrtnmf (jmt Seectefff \ L I G. GLASS AND MIRROR WORKS US S W It* ST Mfrit OV'ia H JJ -INSURANCE ^^_ ONE STOP AGEl 4% ^^ %  rrwiwiY—suis— MISCILLANIC ^L'.^lW *^ T OMOIU UAIIUTT A fMrSI DH • AOIRMAN MSURANGE KE KfACST ASD MOST ^i of OttPas a ;4{ >*-u •va.i* A FAMILY TRADITION 8 j eaf ( a n ••..!• m t* Seo


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July U1961 ^kni^tnrriciitr Page 7-B C//. xarminojiM h \jitlx Zipp BCUT i i • middle of every tx • in The • blj %  %  ins i t • ri the iyj to over r< Bction ii" %  %  ,,i. several i ibis "i e ii • w wear The nth the tailor larch that helps do not help ui • However, a dree* M fabric, like a or voile, bare on .A (boulder ., -kirl that faIN ,..., t needing a founds %  irol the figure, make and ci mfortable • is to wear Ihe prbloux i %  • ut cling to the Shu an fine tor after II scht dule %  wcai ihr lio lyle dresev thai you can i" : i table in .nidi %  Ii ng pants • oi the woman's i with r ti ps thi > an Bttl BCtivi rart c • Howr\or. they thia MimiiH r h al • to think COOl' tap red pants ding to If \ou spend your ci nd tioned comfort, then to ) our heart i othi r hand, youi • %  • A hi re ) "ii feeJ th you will find it ol if pants • • hi cning "i >kei m ither ART ;., U| thi r an ks to think ;hair style fures ha\ <• .i •• ;i ; -. this time of tj plu natural *i • ha i • %  i Most Marriages Reported Mixed In W. Germany MAINZ Germany {JTA) — A demographic study dealing with Wi t\ German Jewry, issued at Mainz University, showed thai 59 percent 61 .ill Jcwiao marriages in this countr) since 1945 have been "mixed marriages The study also showed that. <>t l \<*> newly born children in the Jewish communities in this country beti pen I I and 1958, onlj 71 were ol Jewish" extraction The stud) a doctoral turn b> Pr Harry Maor of 1 1 1 \ • showed thai only • nc tifth [ th< new Ij born fi v sh i h I r< n isted .imembi rs ol thi .i> wish ci mmunities hi n and wi re i nrolled in Jewish, ri lig i us and education programs Dr. Maor'i figures showed there are 23,000 Jews registered officially in the West German Jewish communities. Most of them are concentrated in the large centers like West Berlin, Hamburg, Cologne, Munich and Frankfurt. There are 72 offi cial Jewish communities in West Germany, but Jews also reside in smaller numbers in more than 500 other localities in this country. The statistics also showed that onlj four percent of the Jews here lived in Germany before the Nazis wiped out the Jewish communities Since 1945, about 12.000 Jews have immigrated to Germany: 4 500 o| thi m from Israel, the ithi r from M other countries The stud) showed further thai oul 6.000 >'i the Jew hi n now 'pensioi crs.' h\ing on oni form oi another >>1 pensions or alter its position thai the question ,,._„,„„,,„„ lin(! Aboul B000 Jews ni i between Ji a ish im rants < %  the Indian B'nei Isi ael nmunit) and other Israeli Jews he : i t to the '!i-t retu n "t l ral binic authorities, ; "> a as an • here thi> week II lati -• dei ision by the Chief Rabbinate followed protests by B'nai ISH migrants that some local rabbinii %  > ithi i il ies were withholding marriagi certificates I from than Objections bj the i bis refusing to grani them marria. %  certificates stem from the urn itmn ato a hi ther ihe mar ..ml divon e proceedii I M n lofoi >• practiced bj B nei Israel lu< %  < '1 ai i ording to !• ki&h The hii f Ral decisioi t Ian -I •' so ki ..no new au i nlative findini appeared >n connect with thi nei Israel •; ,. then %  ason • %  he qu b> B'l 11 l-i ael J< i outaida their A II 101 .; i asii i not to fight the i l< \"! so, fi>r these im try changing %  hai styli V'ou will find it •. sier to think cool if every tune you mirror j < ,i-\ to < an foi lure Maki up ianother mi nking i ool W i ar less ir.t the da> Nt your suntan be your base Heavy base will cake ami smear if you are in the h. ai \ word t" Ihe wiae U i wi anng a !K .H i: hal while acquiring your tan It will protect your hair In addition, tOO nuieh sun i> bad t"i the complexion, and it i A little BUB on the face is tine, but let moat of your color come In m the ifiitd sunrays Another method of keeping i ool ii '" i-' ep your -km fn h imr in the refrigerator Saturate id ol The I'd,, i ;,. ( :> i ati has 'i> < ided not to ai %  act • in the West i> rman i onomj i y< l of 1 hi • i being in • Indenl busim smi n and •* ( *i II • mploj • > MIAMI BEACH CONCERTS llrh MASON saw 51 C..DM.U. s B" gaga SUNDAY EVENING, JULY 16th, at 8:30 P.M. a Favorite Broadway Melodies By KODGERSHAMMERSTEIN-KERNROMBERG SCJTM PACIFIC" • OKLAHOMA • "SHOW BOAT" • "CAROUSEL" WM* ARTHUR LIEF, ce***** WANDA SAXON, Uprmmt NOUN VAN WAY, ,.„•,.., •ISIBVI0 TABU CHAIBS $1 75. $1 IS MtZZ $J S BAICONY $1 75. UM SYMPHONY Off. MO 1-40*0. MB AUDITCMNUM JE 1-0477. CflaaV, FK 3-5123, Am,do HI 4-2114 l^1#t th AcT/JJ DOWNSTAIRS ROOM HYIUI ROTR. 2tta t (OUIB Keervunon>: VtlEZ JI 1-7320 BIKUR CHOLIM KOSHER CONVALESCENT HOME NON PROFIT — NON SECTARIAN SUPPORTED BY YOUR COMMUNITY a,f s,r, c Buporviaien of lh Orthodoa Vo" Hakaihruth of Florida Rabbi Or. Isaac M Evir, Director 24-HOUR NURSING — DOCTORS ON CALL ALL DIETS OtSERVED — CONGENIAL SURROUNDINGS gggg wwpaffRT 4 mmmm mmmm MMWI J10 Colliw Avt. Ph. JI 1-3571 jjjgll B—di A-l EMPLOYMENT DOMESTIC HELP DAY WORKERS Ph. PR 94401 DRAPERIES SLIP COVERS BEDSPREADS AND UPHOLSTERING EXPERTLY DONE rftajs TO SUIT rout BUDCIT Call Evas. MO 7-1976 Rabbi Leon Kronish. of Temple Beth Sholom. accepts from Washington Federal's president. Jack D. Gordon (right), copy of "A Jewish Town in Wood Sculpture," by Berel Satt. The artist's collection of carvings are on display cl the savings and loan association's main office at 1701 Meridian ave., Miami Beach, through the courtesy of the American Jewish Congress. Rcbbi Kronish is regional chairmen of AJC, and Gordon is vice chairman. In background are several of the finely-crafted Satt carvings, which will be on exhibit throuch the end of July. New Training Center Miami Springs Villas, ->t> I> having a :, center designed bj an hiti cl K %  a nci s V. Tek -< .< w. h uh will include .< 90-seal audi tonum thrci 50di ->k classroi ni'\\ administration facilities .in< 1 n lounge CARIB MIAMI MIRACLE ESSEX lOAHrW 163'St. THE W18T8 MOST VIOLENT STOBT Op*n" fUd IU> rawhide rv&llaanl m iHesfiBB STEWART WIDMARK mm JONES BODtTOflfllH' LiNDA ORISTAL AHDYOEVWt JOHN MclNTlRt COLOK h\ M!r. TOPAy gs r SURF TWn^^fffggT^ I *re.* ."ff K-wH | NEVER ON SUNDAY I .. l **^-'-. •. Op.n6:45 / THE FMTcir E E II* ui run | TCX)AY rnoin -LAURENCE OLIVIER "THE ENTERTAINER" TODAY Sliom/s Opn6.43 T Leag ue of Q ent I e m en jattHAflHtS KQI-natl WDfcttB i mmm LADIES!! Twin k MAGICIAN is THI NIISHSORHOOD •i^ WHO CHAN&fS OLD rUINITI/Rf INTO MCW.'fM • AT NAIF TNI MST OF Bl* • HI SMAHOCS UCMT WOOD INTO DARK A DARK WOOD WTO IIOMT nut UUHRT yPNOLSTIRT W AU FASIMS MARSICANO IROS. 7S41 S W 8th ST. CA 1 S21S



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Pace 4-B %  k mianrrrtitr Friday. July U. \%\ prtt^tf of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation and former president • &f "• F! rida S,,t Welfare Beard, is • member of the comm.nee. She was thr* lime* prevdent of me Jewish Fam.ly and Children's Service in Miami, head* Federation'* communtt* fanning committee, and it a nafonal board member of me National Covrnc. of Jewish Wo —en 2 State* and Canada anmia' — Sjj| the bulk of all Jewish phi1aT~r-oi c collected $128 000 XJQ in l-*60 for local, nat,^ • Ji *ih needs The Council pro\. 1 -al lervici • I'• member .,_•„,. in planning ant financu and welfare eneee &f ,* l^tM I -.rlopmerit.Q tnc nati nunil of : welfare Thllsfl : fundra:mizatioc I recruitment. ., „. ition and e FBI director J Edgar Hoov i support of our w.-.o.e-r.ecrtea cooperation to a project inducted by the Grec'e: '.CashHero EDn FaHee. ICC rr.err.re: il shown on Jewish Con % %  tei to obtain ing Hoover the program of a Jewish Communfunds for adolescent. FBI chief sc.d thai ity Center benefit which win star I>nmy Kaye agencies such cr Jewish Community Centers, The Center :s one oi 4 affiliates c: the g ::z tap, lb. Welfare 3oard. Ce: ling• .: American •certainly de?' c rand -i*;daislookon NCCJ Sponsors Special Institute Council of Jewish Federations Reveals Stand on Health and Welfare Laws •' '• X I-. %  tenti) Irving %  D Mi • • Hul • -t H iD.-Mii M Dili ind %  %  • ;• [ the u I I %  %  • Urged congressional appropr atiors for establishment of a bureau of community health ir. th. U S Public Health Service with the you KNOW its KOSHER • Endorsed %  I • • I that %  Q resid • • 1 •• m to %  %  I f al •' %  .ernment in %  lid t I %  tnal F< leral i • Endorsed the budge* recommendation of $1,500,000 for research and demonstration programs in the causes o( fami'y dependency and disability • P.affirn • .-a! a pp.' The recomn the i thar 5" all p.v • f the inti • P K' : %  ii I t Nee Ha • %  : an Mrs. Stanley C. Myers South te a* S N "' saftev D' P :. ] Captain C P. ite. %  at:on rj I.ucirn Skeeti i h per Citj Bf re •• v Sheriff John J count) %  Karl Miami t i. • WHIN YOU AM THINKING OF Y0UX HEALTH TRY SARATOGA WATERS GEYSER HATHORN COESA Call FRanklin 1-0789 S-i'eseal Natu-a Spring Water from the Springs of Saratoga BABAD SELTZER CO. 402 N.W. 6th STREET MORE PEOPLE US* fefres k -g. calorie free Sugarlne JSTflTll THAR SUGAA Til MO IOO0 VAIW : •-:! k| avi<\ 1m Mm %  *vj CJ*M • &f '> Uu for r*fjfi. •r* "*.. eetwrii coot.if. fun tarn • sofimi v ** *" r,, i L na tWUMnCD MIMKT'NIK II kkO *r fooo STOIUS t VUY*VMII ASK FOR BAKERY PRODUCTS AT YOUR FAVORITE FOOD MARKET RYE BREAD PUMPERNICKEi CHALAH ROLLS BAGELS division of NEW YORK BAKERIES, INC. JE 1-7117 3 can you picture your family simmering this summer? gk, air condition electriealh i NOW! i m•wv -w-^vn-v A TRADITION IN JEWISH HOMES SINCE 1837 Served In a glass or a cup... There's Yom Tov spirit in this famous tea ... 'flavor crushed" for fullest strength and stimulation ... richer taste and pleasure with your fleishigs and milchigs and betueen meal refreshment. TETLEY TEA Certified Koiher under strict Rabbinical Supervision -V4*%  vwPlan ncm for real %  ummer comforl fbr your fhmly. Fcrtap. cool, mountain freah weathei inside yo*u n il %  • %  : how hat and muggy and attcky the air maj be i -..le. in addition to providini cool comfort, Ele. % %  \ %  (ondittoning filten out irritaUng duel and pollea controla humidity, locks out street aoiata, makei howeketping ea and hel ( rs prevent mildew oaua.^ b) eacaai moMura. Pot complete comfort aummer and winterinveaUMta year-round ESIea Lru Air ( .djti.ing. Why delay when hap,er. haalthier livmf for vom ennra family coaaj ao l.ttie' Sunshine Service Eaactricit) m now bwrrbargain than ever Bu> Bectric Aii C'eiioTtioniiig ^ Uw Whole House" of the Add %  Room-a-Yeir" pUn, Sea your eiectrie au|>liMKe deaUT today. ATTIC and WINDOW VENTILATING FANS ARE W0N0ERFUI AIDS TO COOL COMFORT remove hot stale air draw in 'l*r treVi air ^cruafl^ •Haw FLORIDA p 0 w I a


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day. :Jy 14 1961 > km is! y f hri1itr Page ll-B lillel Bavfi lies in New York By Spatial **•* M\\ YORK -DT Hillel Bavli.* ..,.. „| H 'tare literature at .. „ ,[ S 'I if the .low i, %  iry of Amrr .. Hel rew and f ,,.• i ,. ult> of the | rea Institute \ cone i • I '<• ( ~h Stud• Montefiorc t ''' |l:. ,, D •' anther | ator and it the time of atfiliated with [ -., ,,i W than 40 p I .ithi'tnia. in Q I • Bavli came to this counJ912 He as craduaied /m i imbia i nversitj with an ,\ ,•. ... a-1 received the de Doctor of Hebrew l.itera the 9e ni ..iry. [l>i Bavli wto • author of seeI \. imes o' poetry, among llectH !' >emi publish 199* Adereth im" fM i -11• of Tine), [srae i 199ft, "L'Rsv I., K the i Kuihot Nif Enco iter of Spirit.-). Niginot A :•• %  • %  (Melodies of i, |.ard He was noted for the ( drew of >uch Charles Dickens' "Oliver >• ]-M2 a •! Shakespeare'i ia ra*' 11953' for won ed Prise in i.; li j .. wr %  •• in English on I i CJ cted rotame, irj Criticism," les in man) recent vol Hebrew snd %  >peci i if MJ lent Hebrew •'i d in 1!.">H the i i ihr defln 1 1 UI .111(1 put) • • Harp •Br ithers itor to the .period Hadoar," Dr the Hebrew S tub P e • Essayists, and i editor of Mat, Hebre> I issics Cantor Kirschenbaum Studies Cantor Ben-Zion KirschenbauA, -1 .in. here tt v •• v • N.-v. .iik. N J tSurvlvlnsj *i"*• sea). Mm ••! '" % %  %  t • %  :-1, %  M I I MrI !.;.a.H *'•• two %  Intel il • .n i •• i rrea who has served at Beth Torah Con1 i' e* wen July 2 in .. .. „„ I, uta. gregation for the past two years, is studying advai ced i (tatatruth durine hivacation with Rev \a"EDWARD COLOSANO dl, il ( ii. 3*. H< York i than Zeichner. ol Be'n DT. 1 I in hj iiivifi iregation cantorial teacher ind In Hiv, IV a i om poser of AFL-CIO president George Meany icenter) accepts the gold Histadrut Pioneer Award medallions from Isaiah Avrech (right). American representative of Histadrut. at testimonial dinner in Washington. Looking on is Qiahu Elath. Israel's first Ambassador to the United States and now co-chairman of Histadrut's Afro-Asian Institute for Labor Studies in Tel Aviv. The event marked American labor's salute to Histadrut on its 40th anniversary. Greetinqs to Meanv and Histadrut were received from President Kennedy. Prime Minister David Ben-Gurion. nr.i former President Harry S. Truman. MRS LEAH B JACO350N S \\ I V |< lit? S li• n ,-K i,.| \: \ i %  -.-r I. %  I I .• • .: S. | I I • NATHAN RUBEL'. IVnni-ylviti II, June S*. \ lived !• In, >• •I ,: i %  y. rvlret • •• %  In N \man l im .1 Home ISIDOR LANOSBER5 I. ci Me i .\ • %  M nl teach di. .1 l me IS II. ..in•-. i i •-' • ill ind %  irvl i I hiwife, I •B HORKNOARTCN Hi %  IIIM-I %  i %  ondolenee [Baskets... Beautifully Arranged D gii.ry to Su>t the Occasion, Max Billig, 47 Noted Fund-Raiser, Dead in New York Max C 15 ted for his activitj in fcn com mil nit) fund r i • : i Jul) 8 In New York Cit He was 47 and lived with his < I Sarah, and two daughters at .( ; <; i si Miami Beach Mr Billin %  ^' %  % %  %  > %  re rional director a> mal direi •or n( •]> %  the Jew ish Theola i il \;. .1 and i 1 i tducted campaigns %  ad dinnerf.>the Zionist Ot izal on of Ami ?ater Miami Hebrew Acs l< • v ml ei h nion Society, ind t nited States Committee for Sports n Israel Ho < sme here 13 yean tga and i partner in the former M C Billig and Gerald Schwarti public relations and fund raising nrm From 19S4 I9S7. he served • t Seuthtt rq'<>nal director of Yothiva Univorsity and of the Albert Einttoin co> *q* of modicino. with officos in Miami Boach. Ho was national diroctor of trade* and tndu*no* for tho Star* of Israel Bond*, senior fiold roprosontalivo for the national United Jewi.h Appeal, and national fie'd director of American Medical Center in D enver. Mr Billig was instrumental m bringing the fir.: national confer ence I %  • J ;wish Appeal and l-ra.l Bonds to Mi i ni Beach, and be created th snnua i %  tcation of the Jewu >gical S min try ol Amer i i at which Secretary ol ibor Vrthur 10 snd torn ei !':.• %  1 Mr | s ROS.E PALLEK I -l .i[ | • H vt %  lied J She i ime •-.-: • %  •• ind waa i ••!..-• >'..r Sh i % %  hel ii -I* i • looepti • A.--. %  i %  :... %  •• i %  • M • • • %  I .ill. MRS. ROSE BAKER SS, if US v. • %  .• • Mia • 1 led -lune .'7 fcShu j. ;i• "i. K m-.i riy il T i-.1 b • hel h %  -'• in I. M %  -• i .[, in K:in %  • A ltd Sew I •• i I •:. • all MORRIS ROTHKOPF • -. \\ '.-.•• A i : \. > N ork I'll) ml a i I texuli I %  • h.H wl \ %  • i • A in and %  %  t HUN. N V %  MRS FREDA 8 CARMEN Mia i • N A \ Har-> v in. HI -. \ \" i N HERMAN S BROWN Miami I'... I died .7 H ti here fo '. %  %  i \ hi> i • • i:. 1.1.4 A %  .1 -•. %  • vi n RI %  Soi Ml., II |) lull MRS BESS'E MJT' SI • I -• i • %  \ .. V 1 "I %  • \ MARRY ROSENO=-C • A I 7 He CII N A Vnrk in I m* a • \l v • Ride M MRS ANNA JORDAN • .1 \. > .' % • r. i I M, .'. • i\e MRS NATALIE KRANE n. .< %  V di< I v • • • M i da V \ •,,..•• %  il nere i M In s. A n i %  l' JACOB ALBERT .' %  \|| !•' %  .,., %  \ •• A > • •. rvl>e.f K t he i brothi Mr> Kipm> : %  %  > •-• • I in Rivei %  •I I : from $750 (hud Zalis 1789 3i$:o,ne Blvd. FR 42710 FR 4-8783 WE D?ELi\ .A %  t; -' %  N • %  • si • • nit t wi B~.kl>i Memorial %  • ABRAHAM FRANK I M I |i I %  Hi A ,. v v the Ma ,|e and l na B rll lvlna i i %  A N iRV, ol 1 1 • AARON H MA.NOEL M in i iii from New 1 %  i .• %  i .. I MH N..I MRS JEAN R SILVCRMAN %  SARA-. V LEBENSFELO %  %  SIMON I ARONSON • %  \. n .-. 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Fddoy. I* "Jfi. tJmlst-JIrrlrliir Pag ISA LEO AL NOTICE • < WJ1 %  • %  %  I I.NOER 5 •,,£ LAW CTI 'IOt N .; i K lAlt.TI I ..... \w I %  -.1.1 -. %  IN r %  ZWtfW BY HENRY LEONARD s < T ; H • JUDGE'S COURT IN ,L H /fr^% T DAOt COUNTY. ,N ? L0"3* S =>OBATE S) NOTICE v I I I %  %  vM" rO CREDITORS Mat %  • ilmp • • %  %  I d %  %  ) %  .• • ll I %  • %  • i: v hi the only way the Rabbi car ge> c minyan LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW \'i %  m*K is MKRI i; ..i\ N • • %  %  ii -i | %  Ml\ MKRS WASH N R1 it |.v, \\ .. .1. %  • .. ,....... ;h,%  'I, • n ,i i|.., %  • I'I.' -KIN. i i r i lU M : ., ,.. • % % %  Wdf I K III %  _; KH irnl, • • • IA.MI> V s • il' ,;..,:,;., ,. Miami. |i i % %  I tli i r %  I I %  ., Ml >RRIS .~l H ua >.... .... I • ATTENTION ATTORNEYS! 9-Jenistfkrirfnr solicits your legal notice*. 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page S-A -JenUt>ncrki&r Friday. July 14. laj Papa Passes By MAX LERNER Press Views Military Implications NEW YORK — (JTA wide prew and other react* Israel's succeaalui Bttl launch f a space rockel focused on the military implications >•( Israel's entrj into the international space club The Times ol London declared that -treated purely as a technical achievement.' the rocket firm World-ooos which the world has so mach added, th* Israeli success ^\ t on to fear u mild indeed ho mi: >tart a rocket and missili rtce q ',. ^^,1 For ptfcJwtojp ff l L m* U* Middle E**i. The Wall S'reet Journal reportej sons therefore, it would have been :,. tter if Israel's scientific research i : m line I grounded The Lond m Daily Herald n while the Israeli rockel was small bj F5i-.i Power standards, th.' pr. With Ernest Hemingway', death a whole era comes to BjiJ his early yean he belonged to the "lost" generation, who couldn t 1 nd themselves until they had found America The, sought America he Paris cafes and bistroes. in the Spanish bull-nngs. on the French Riviera. never knowing until they came back that it was there all the t me walling for them, with a quality more exacting ol their energies than any thing they had experienced before His early novels were of those exile year-, bul m them he had already found the great themes ot which he wrote the re>t ol hiwriting years—Of love and danger and death, ot the reckless abandon ol the uncommitted of courage in war ind the hunt and the bullfight as "grace under pressure." of codes and traditions and the way things are done ~ Whatever land he wrote of. he had a feeling for the land BS he had a teeling for how men talked to each other and for the style i a person ;.shown in moment.of seeming relaxation and in momentthat Stretched him beyond endurance. It I say he was characteristically American 1 mean it in hipassion for the rightness of hiwriter'craft, as of anj craft, and his swagger ing assurance that he could outwrite. outfight, outdrink, outswear, outlove any other man. In that sense he was -till a man ol the boastful and boisterous American frontier, even when he wrote about Spain and Italy, .'bout the hills near Kilimanjaro and the waters around Cuba IN BOTH WORLD WARS and in the Spanish Civil War between them he was a man who shared in the actions and passions ol hitime, expressing the mood ol each period with a buoyant sureness thai tinwas the moment of truth, and that he was of it. He was the Byron ot the American age. writing Ihe wordand Striking the attitude that became the evocative words and the romantic attitudes of his day. So much so that he became part of the landscape ot the modern spirit, It was not only the Americans who felt it. The French fell it loo. and the Spanish and the Germans, the Russians and the Japanese v\ ith Faulkner he was one of the two towering novelists whom the Amenta of the second quarter of the century produced To think of Hemingwa> was to think of America with a certain stance of thinking He was more than a novelist and story-teller He was a way that Americans hai of thinking about them.-elveThat is why I say thrt with his death more than a generation comes to an end. A whole era doe.He was Papa, the beuetter ut much that I" onged to the era. He was itchronicler celebrator. and symbol. I Suspect it had died before he did _£_ _VV_ _•£_ EVERYTHING ABOUT HIS life and work was a striving tor the e\ client and an assertion of the manly. It would not be surprising. therefore, plagued ;:he was with bodily illwhich kept him from his o much a ritualist, •>.! deal like a bullfight. To acquit him-elt well the matador must e!ways be in control, of himself and his opponent. I can • gu< ss whether th.' animal in the arena walove or hisense of place or hisense ot his J ting craft But when he fell he no longer had tin control, he ma) have concluded that it was time to go, betore he messed up the rui" -•*— -£-•£I HAVE SPOKEN ol Hemingway aa ritualiM In a curiouway vl .1.' he expressed SO much in the modern aye. he wanot really ot i"t I).-pit.' hinovel on the Spanirh war he wanot part ot the leveling *p.rit ot a democratic society. For a democracy not onlv rejectthe economies and politics of earlier societies, but also their codes There is no aristocratic caste in a democracy to shape the manner-, style and Codes of the society Lacking -uth a caste there ia vacuum Hemingway recoiled from that vacuum There was a good deal of the feudal spirit in him. and a sharp sense ol the discriminationbe tueen the we and the -they" in anything thai counted. He was the insider, knowing whal belonged to what, and anvone who didn't waout•ought to he the subject for wan miles congratulations." However. The Timeadded, Prime Minister David Ben-Gurion and his colle •know verj well thai il i the military implicationof the laum winch will be studied b> Isi neighbors I i Ihe exel ision ol anj thing else Th Times also said 'hat the danger was "that tension in already over • tense region rs heightened as much by rumors of arms deliveries as by real deliveries. Most Arabs are con vinced that Israel is building an atomic bomb and that when this is completed they will be com pelled to solicit one of their own —presumably from Russia." The Timeremarked thai in ol all that has be i "'•• need to preserve a balance of mill tar) forcein the Middle East, the Arabs n hi claim this as a i Then the extension Ol nuclear wea Endowment Sites At Cedars Begin To Drop Sharply .Medical facilities available tor endowment in the nearly omplet ed Cedarof Lebanon Hospital are beginning to decrease more rapid IJ under the continuous pressan new pledges and contributionap plied by the recently-reorganized Cedarni Lebanon Hospital devel opmenl fund, according to E M bert Pallot, development chairman. Mo.-t popular facility f..r endow men! has been the Baby Bassinei in Cedar-' mir-ery (if 30 Bassi nets originally available. 25 ol have already brer, endowed by gifts of $1,000 each Pall The Hospitality Shop, Board of Trustees Room, Entrance Mar quee, Radiology-Isotope Lab, Admitting Office, Surgeons' Lounge, and several patients' bedrooms have already been selected for endowment by Cedars contributors. Among the facilities -till avail able are partof the Obstetrical and Maternity Wing, kitchen. Lob by Lounge, certain corridors, Op erating Boom.-. Heart station, information Desk elevators and centrated care beds "There are -till many facilities in the 11,000 to SS.0O0 gift range psted thai Israel could establish kel range over I he hostile \. ID states I its borders I that there was no reason, however, to assume that [.. ae | me i anj effective :• icket Nevertheless, it that the launch wa. .rtjin t ,-tir concern among Arab which have already alarm over Israel's atomic gram Ihe New York Journal America! commented that the im "will not be lost on President N't*, aer "t the I nlted Arab i particularly in view of the ofi communique that the rockel •*.,., planned, built and fired by | scientists and technicians in i. ... u. '" "" ai.'"i in J.I.'HHI urn ran '.' r^sw^ssaar-; ^^ s ss £2. -•£. 2*2 Hope School Plans Facilities s < ale model oi the new edifice for Hope School ., Miami institution sedated with Irani, handled the dei-h the bedrooms in Cedars Pallot urged Miamians interest ed in endowing medical facilities at Cedaroi Lebanon not to wait -ittn and engineering asM"timent f_0. mentally retarded children, was „„ ,he new .-, nu ,ure K.-eiohe, ,! recently by Aapee A cchairman of the board of directors Irani, Sigmund Eisenberg, and Jo < i ••< II.in.ibetore Hi|>ect. d >e ol the school "going into orbit on ., count) wide public disp v schedule Irani, head ot Irani & Associates, M ami turn of architectand engineer-, and Costellanos, well-known former Havana architect now asInterior of the new facility, to be erected on the site of the present school at ttifi SW 4 st habeen planned >.. ato present a bright homelike atmosphere while the exterior preserves complete prlvacv WM0RE Ml(W Prlvata Pool Baach and Cabana Colony I0TEL At 24th ST., MIAMI BEACH rifts For nformatlon ind Reaarvat on* • Air-Conditi oned Rooms Prlvata Beach and Pool SAM LEVITEN, Agent Brkina Van LlilM to West Coat local t long D.ttanc* Mo. mg 1 Sio. jg. 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July 14. 1961 MwM thrkiiim Page 13-A GEMS OF WISDOM Cf n Jhe tKealm Kjf 4^/H\ i u... u. .1. / uinu s 9?/< %  but bj ''if r ftDLSB bring yon "'< %  <' ... MISHN* „i Cod reveal* BABCS be pw i SAHV* • i v -..: I wudom hr.iu.rio dud • ragiR| uoi.i> • • deed VH..I • : Ill-Ill '3 lOltS JCif. ff,. .. L_ oi trtatioH *s"r'"" c*in? C'—J |x: ran irs •jawi'? • Tiy^sfti .nrrn '":;'? *:r-:^ .iron "1*2" rrn t T ~n HK Tl\ T\B Wl'MZ hr-riN 1 ? Kin 1 ? isi rur I f I T T T T ^:K .D.T-iin oy or %  a r*r-)3 -pi rrn I ; ; I v ? T k rn .nan^an 'aixn ,,... rrci .Ttfaab r\*r\ "iron pn.mtfn D a rtn*nan^a .^ca ; a ?KTtr"nrw na f 1 T '"• inrs: nrian Hgtf] IK' nn air 'xia-i n^-r : -. v .1 -:•: ninrri nyr "?aK I %  ; ... \NSIAJ10H The Meaning of Dreams 4*A *BB> -• In Our Jewish Tradition By RABBI ABRAHAM CASSEL Teah Ttmpi The Bible describes dreams u bcini* meaningful and useful tor the puidance of man Freud, of course. ba-ed much of his psychological theories upon the inter preiation of dreams. Me found them to he most valuable in under standing the individual suffering emotional upheavals and break downs. Judaism recognized thithousands "i years befoi e f r< ud There are n imerous religious • for '•> scribing thiphe nomenon < ailed dn ams."' For < xampli < I "I show man in his thinkIn ot : del nitioi lee] Isn't it a fad thai the things *i I durinj are usu igh luda a this : (i yeai "An unsolvt .1 dream i11 k t.1 etter urn pem d It 1most im nl that we undei lemenl Biblical literature insists ild understand .1 dre im, 1 und< 1 standing can bi i into t \< 1 ll< nt lh< 1 a| ) own tick soul On the other hand, it we carrj ui dn ams ui our minds and our thoughts during our waking hour! and do not attempt u> interpret these dream-this could become .•frustrating as an unopened letter Thitheorj In mental health 1preached time and time again by modern psychiatrists and psychologists, but amazingly enough, it has been taught b> Judism for thousands of yean The Bible discusses man) dream-lor example, the dream of Jacob and the Angels whom he -a "going up and down the ladder." This n avr Jacob a det p feeling of religion and spirituality, and ultimately courage in timeot danger and distress The dreamof Abraham guided him towards the discovery of the un-een God. Thus Abraham's dreambe came reality, later in life The dried up bones" were part and parcel of the dreams of the Prophet K/ckiel These inspired dreams drove him into action in the form of preaching and teaching, and ultimately brought lite again into a decaying and dying nation Many Prophets like Ezekiel achieved their ultimate goals through dreams and through interpretations J these dreams. Dreams can lead to reality if we understand their true interpreta tonand then put them into actual praclice in our day by day living Thousands of volumes have been publi-hcd by outstanding psychologists and psychiatrists of our time dealing with this vital phenomenon called "dreams It is. therefore, proper and practical that we Jews, who have ancient sources at our disposal, begin to understand and study the value of dn ams and the value of understanding their true meaning. Our dreams can be turned into powerful forces for day by day practical living and can even help us achieve cherished and desired goals in life The Bibical personalities of old proved thi-. there is no reason why we modern Jews cannot do the UDI Judaism recognizes dreams as an excellent method of understanding man and his struggle lor a happy life It is up to us to delve (let ply into this knowledge which our own heritage habc-tewcl upon us. s e r v 1 c c § J hi 3 iAJe e k e n J Information to be included in the Religious Services column must be in the News Room of The Jewish Floridian not later than Friday, a.m., preceding the week of publication. All releases received after that time will be returned as proof of their lateness. RABBI ABRAHAM CASStl religious dreamers l~nigrnti Arrive in Israel rived at r i v ship and Shimon at l.oii r tale to tell A • ... 'hey had still hy es In the Dta \ : l-i Bel Thirty already wanted ''/'-;. • ether but then %  ipe> Lh< British Man. B wai necessary the country, which W Afterwards, 1 1 wai let in. and it WU --an to emigrate The I •'•. 1 ndi 'i The S J %  • vai 1 itablishe I. all reimmigration of • %  ttftfl and the ta:. wide An> h %  d \fi ei wet -• ip Reul 1:. and Shimon time. not The mto the country t< ot By RABBI SAMUEL J. FOX Why it it that, whtn a group ot people eat together, one must summon them ceremoniously to say the Grace after meals? in Jewish tradition, in group ; yers when fl.itr 11 th '-anewficatlon Of the divine, there mu-t 1 process of the lead) r -urine the rest ol "•• group to ,!of lantiftcationa re -pon-ivch Thli '-• the K< ushah" of (he morning and • th' "Kaddisfa %  %  %  ) %  %  1 rh< irci :i to the 1.. 'in Deuten where M< •< : r When 1 call upon the 1 n 1 ol Umight) givt ETeatai Lord The lumi 11 < 1st ] .he u ader aco mphshes two purposi First, it 11 %  m< •;,, d them in thu j prayer Seci : is a meaBl J v huh the • adi • %  Wisl U con m ol th< p aw Iheh" attention upon the matter at ad Why is the m-< earned and wise of the group sued to le*a in the saying of Grace after meals? 1 %  1 p'rr^'c.i m 11" LruW• thi Crt ... Ai %  1 z irdinator 1 %  ui r thus to learning — or to I ah Itsi it Some claim lhat been a pfactii %  i, ..-on too— i e that it Was only ihe 'earned who originally knew all the prayers 1 > heart, wire thi.-. i n to .HI unlearnt d per ,n the day when there wt re no published volume-, it m. prove to i 1 > mbai rassing. This hi *•• be understood m light Ol Ihe tat that the leader Of the Grave used to recite the entire aims< l while the 1 1 v re .1 ui] ii 1 \" 1 n it •hat every 1 tee I '• elf, thus mat lor all lo lei I 1. aMfct %  AOUOATH ISRAEL. 7*91 Cri,l, av OrtKedoc. 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