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

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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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University of Florida
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~'Jewish Floiridian
Combining THE WNISH UNITY and THE JfW/SH WEEKLY
Number 29
Miami. Florida, Friday. July 21, 1961
Two Sections Price. 2Z*
Kennedy is Warned
Of Global Mariners'
Squeeze on Blockade
CONGRESSMEN CQNTtST STATE DEPARTMENT DECISION
Nasser Rocket Deal Flayed
, YORK JTAl -The po -i
., worldwide seamen's
the Suci Canal an i Arab
(I by .in Ann n
an for the 6.500.000
n "i countries of the In
: .,: sport Woi ken Fed
. i ontaliM 't m .i
pn id< ..i Kenned)
i irran pn udenl ol
Maritime Union, who
rr i the executive min
MF In the telegram
i r< port) D Ralph Bunche,
v., r\ [or the i nited Na
ai iimc union leadi r
. 'i the i N official
\r.,t violations of iht
. edom ol the teas
; raeli ships and ihipa
Ifi rent Rags trading wlih
["The threat or a boycott retailed
'c\j weeks of picketing in
the spring of 1940 in New York of
the SS Clecpatra, m Egyptian
passenger-cargo vessel, by mem-
bers of the Seafarers Internatio-
nal Union. The picketing ended
une'er a formula worked out in
talks between C. Douglas Dillon,
then acting Secretary of State;
Labor Secretary James P. Mit-
chell; and Arthur J. Goldbe g.
then AFL CIO general counsel
and now Secretary of Labor.
Tin formula Included a formal
reaffirmalion ol American opposi-
tion to Arab blacklisting and re-
strictions of freedom ol the teas
and a commitment that the State
Department would counsull with
the \ri.< 10 and its maritime un-
MMU "n
  • American vessels and teamen" in
    the Middle East.
    Mr Curran informed President
    dj that the Tamil. [edera
    Continued on Page 3 A
    WASHINGTON (JTA) Two New York Congressmen. Rep William
    Fitts Ryan and Rep Leonard Farbstein. took harp issue thil ui with the State Departnient lor granting export licenses permitting the
    shipment of rockets to the United Aral) Republic Both are Democrats
    Mr Farbstein is a member of the House Foreign Aiiair* Committic.
    Mr Ryan told the House of Rep- ----------------------------------
    reeentstivei that he was opposed ,,,,,, noI ail! lru AR in ,,..,,
    to the United States shipment of gand, ,,r aiUrjr fffor1s
    rockets lo the i AK because -m-h
    rockets "will in- used in connection
    with the July 2'.i celebration ol
    Nasser's rise to power for propa
    uanda purpOM 1 He -aid lie had
    iroi(-'d lo Secretary "' State
    Dean Rusk, and urged immediate
    suspension of the export licenses
    In h:s view, the Stale Department
    should cancel arrangements bene-
    titmu Nasser because the IS
    Rep. Farbstein said that the
    United States decision to eguip
    the Nasser regime with rockets
    was a "tragic error." He de-
    clared that "the rockets would
    backfire in our face" because
    Nasser would exploit the-m tor
    anti-Western propaganda pur-
    poses in the Near East end
    Africa.
    Eichmann Admits Sending
    Orders to Hang Polish Jews
    U.S. PffSS MVOffASlf TO THAI
    M hen
    AGf 74
    \House Committee Beefing Up
    \nti Bias Clause in Aid Bill
    KOMMTEE VIEW
    U.S.
    osing Face
    WASHINGTON (JTA)- The Home Foreign Affairs Committee this
    - a/role .i much stronger antidiscrimination clause into the Mutual
    I) lull than that proposed this session b> the Administration.
    rorporatrd b> the committee into the preamble of the new legislation
    against Arab boycott and blockade tactics and against
    discrimination affecting Americans
    * Of .! wish faith
    The IIikis Foreign Affairs Com
    mittee'a version of the bill stands
    in sharp contrast lO the measure
    I pending before the Senate Foreign
    n T\Ff|f> ^ Relations Committee In the Sen-
    .llCfltJv Wee?e ale committee chairman .1 A
    Fulbrighl is aewking .to eliminate
    even this year's watered-down
    clause The House Committee drew
    from previous legislation to phrase
    its stand against \i.ii> bigotry, ami
    added new language I he HOSSM
    \. rsion now states
    "It i- the sense of the Con: ress
    thai inasmuch as \< I he i nited
    States favors freedom "i naviga
    turn in international waterway*
    Continued on Page 6 A
    jta The
    i -:. Committee a^
    k in a length) docu
    led lo s. i rotary ol
    Rusk that the I nited
    ' .- suffering a
    ly and prestige" by
    to discrtmina
    \n: I a an clti/ei ~ b)
    '.I with the Arab
    In a comprehensive fact
    i up its chai >. the
    I that the Arab League
    through activities direct
    Iflcei in s> i ia anil Ku-
    i klisl many American
    having Americans ol
    h i.nth among their ol
    owners, directors, or even
    .is iii \moricaii
    ' I U > Jewish taith and lor
    lo disembark in some
    u countriea
    3 Prevent American service-
    " and civilian employees of
    ' Jewish faith from serving at
    |r American air base built in an
    b country with American
    Continued on Page 9-A
    JERUSALEM tJTA) Adolf
    Eichmann admitted in court hen
    this week that his Gestapo Bureau
    IV B 4 was responsible for tran*
    ; mittint orden for the hanmnc of
    .lews, the execution of I'oles. and
    the arrest of !*oli*h priests
    The ad m ink ion came as Attorney
    General Gideon Hausner. chief of
    the prosecution, continued for the
    seventh consecutive day his relent-
    less hammering at th. ex-Gestapo
    colonel being tried for directing
    the killing of 6.OH0.0OO Kuropear.
    Jews during the N.i/i rcsime.
    Having made that admission,
    hewever, Eichmann resorted
    once again to "loss of memory."
    He insisted he "could net re-
    member" how many such orders
    his department had transmitted.
    He insisted also that he had no
    responsibility for initiating "even
    a single one" of those murder
    orders. As to why the death or-
    ders were routed through his
    bureau that was something he
    did not know, he told the court.
    Hausner pressed him into other
    admissions however Ihe pros
    eiuior _ot him to admit thai Hcin-
    nch Hlmmh r, chief ol Hitlers ss
    the Nazi Elite Guard, had sum
    moned Eichmann lo field head
    quarters at Kiet in th. Ukraine
    lh< N../i> had occupied that
    city rlaMSsner tried to ;
    through that admission that. In
    October 1941. during a critical
    German Army campaign. Himm
    Continued an Page l-A
    He sau no reason why the ?
    Department should take up* 1
    self responsibility for res- 1
    Nasser's prestige" following Is-
    rael's rockel triumph for 1
    ful purposes, typical ol lewis
    voiion to science and learnii
    The state Department, in
    ter b) Assistant Secretarj of -
    Brooks Hays to Sen Jai irita
    of New York, had BOUgbl lO '
    fy the provision of American roc-
    k. is to the t ak and -; < cil 5
    i d :l..ii Ki ael had 1 ^i>ei
    ted "most recently" with a si lar
    rocket.
    Hays said the 1 AR a.
    !o DUn BBC S4 el al sin.. I .1
    lowr stage and Viper upp i
    rockets "f a type hit hi n. usi
    propulsion in connection I'h
    various types ol research It
    it is our understanding th.''
    CAR planned to use these -
    U study meteorological .one.
    m the upper atm< sphen ncl
    measurements of wind direction
    and % i lo< 11 v
    According lo Hays this is -
    What tne same type ol sCH
    experiment as we ha\c our- Ives
    been conducting at Wallops Is.
    and a large number of I1 ngn
    countries, notably Italy J
    and, most recently, Israel have
    also lamed out during and
    Continued on Pace 3-A
    REAFFIRMS APPROVAL
    Israel Cabinet Rejects Gurion
    Stand on Clearance of La von
    JERUSALEM tJTA) In the
    faceol Prime Minister David Ben-
    Gurion's insistence to the contrary
    Israel's Cabinet Sunday reaffirmed
    approval of a rcporl made to the
    Cabinet last Jan. 31, absolving
    Pinhas Lavon ol responsibilitj lor
    ., securit) mishap'' in 1954
    The Knesset, Israel's Parlia
    will hold another special me<
    lo deal ith the xplosivc l- von
    issue Then were predictions here
    that all ol the parties m the Knes
    tet. except Mr Ben Gurion s Ma
    pai Party, will lorm a coalition lo
    pjecl Ihe Prime Minister'
    to nullify the finding
    efforts
    i Um
    PARENTS Of JEWISH YOUTH THREATENED
    Nazis' Held for Detaining Children
    hi adquarti n en route
    m in oi Thirfecn-year
    assaulting a
    children, including
    Jewish boy
    headquarters and need :',.
    Judge li C Creeger told the v./is
    th.it he considered the charges
    serious and cautioned tin m lo ob
    i.nn counsel Hearing was contin-
    ued until July -*"
    rhreatening Utters and |
    (.Jls were received in Arlington bj
    W kSHlNGTON IJTA) Two The Nazis, according to the com
    ol George Lincoln Rockwell s N.,/, plaint tiled seised three boys who
    Stormtroopers" were arrested by passed thei
    police in nearb) Arlington, Vs.. home from
    Ihis week on charges of felooioualy old Ricky Fsrber, who is Jewish
    number of leen-aged was llegedl) handcuffed by the
    |3-year-old troopers, menaced with an iron
    pipe, and otherwise abused. The
    other bays, nor, Jewish, were askeii the parents of ihe 1.5 year old boy
    Held in Arlington county jail >n in M derogatory manner it thej Hjnnan harder his father show
    lieu oi bond were Nasj "Hlonn- U(1(. Jewish by aboul t husky ed osae ol the threateninj ett -
    troopers" Richard Braun, :'n and troopen who held them captive at be had received The missive em
    Nazi headquarters, according lo bJazeaoed with skull and erossbotiei
    ,h. complaint bore one word, "Juden." in i
    man. The threatening telephom
    Arlington police tipped off by a;ca|K ni anonymous w<
    er. seven man ministerial commit-
    tee that had cleared Mr L..\n.
    Mr. Brn Gunon had already
    told a special meeting of the
    Knesset, which is in recess pend-
    ing the scheduled Aug. IS elec-
    tion*, that he considers that the
    ministerial committee exceeded
    its terms of reference and us-
    urped a luridical prerogative "
    But Justice Minister Pinhas Ro-
    sen countered with a vigorous
    denial of Mr. Ben-Gunon'S
    charge.
    Prior lo ihe vote in tin I binet,
    Mr Ben-Gunon explained his n-.
    revocabli stand which had led to
    his resignation and the subsequent
    fall ol the Kove nmenf Thai tep,
    in '.urn w.i- billowed bv the dis-
    solution ol ihe Government, and
    11 neeessit) ol neu electums.
    Meanwhile. Mr LSVOB had been
    sted Irom hi post as secretarj
    eral ol Histadrut, Israels \
    t Labor
    Israel i, Been got.11 ad by a
    Continued on Page ISA

    reaer&tioH
    Both reside at
    Robert Garner, 31.
    Rockwell's American NaaJ Party
    quart) is barracks' m Arling-
    ton Braun was ordered lo post
    II.500 while
    imposed on Garbi i
    As Leo Mindlin Sees It
    . Page 4 A
    A Kabbi Speaks
    a bond ol $L0O w.s neighbor who witnessed the events
    in iht s;u. wel.t to t b e NaZI
    Pag* 13 A
    Continued on Page 6 A


    IgSSSEaS&'^Ssp

    Poge 2-A
    +Jt*i$tFkridltor
    Fiidcry. July 21. ]
    Noted Civic and Philanthropic Leader
    Hamed New President of AJCommittee
    By Special Report
    N: RK s Cai
    p it< rn< s has ass
    tl i | r< sidency of the '
    jwisb Committee.
    Cap!an. who was cbairma
    the ( itte s executiv<
    became the 11th president of tht
    prgj ,. ; th( Btb of its
    i, president. Frederick Greei
    man Mr cireenman. a New Vor^
    attorney, wai elected last Apr. 30.
    B passed away here on June 26
    Caplan, who practices law in
    Pittsburgh, where he has lived
    sine* early childhood, received
    ?iis decree at the University of
    Pittsburgh. He is a former pres-
    ioent of the Allegheny County
    (Pittsburgh) Bar Assn. For more
    tften 15 years, he has been a
    member of the Judicial Confer
    ce for the Third Judicial Cir-
    cuit of the United States.
    tfos. Reich to Specie
    President of District 5 B'nai
    B'r.th Women. Mrs. Alfred Reiel
    v. I be guest of honor at a membtr-
    i u-a-member party given by
    Cf_. chapter on Tuesday evei
    at Fu Man Chu restaurant Mrs
    (,'.. Rosenthal is president of
    tht chapter and Mrs Jack Zt.:r
    p chairman.
    i Comnittet
    live in thi
    yean H e of the
    - i f the Pittsburgh chapter
    . : rmer chairman of the
    Nationally h has served
    chairman of ts com-
    irs ami budget and
    evaluations committees He is a
    : vice pr sid< di ol thi
    . zatiC>n.
    In I ittsburgh, the AJC chapter
    :i; established the Louis (.'apian
    Hum.r. Relations Award in his
    honor, presented annually to a
    stn;cr student in the public, pri
    \au and parochial high schools of
    Allegheny county "who has best
    demonstrated in daily living faith
    lul adherence and devotion to
    American democratic ideals and
    tht advancement of harmonious
    relations among his fellow men.'"
    Particularly active in foundation
    and educational endeavors. Caplan
    is president of the Louis J. and
    Mary F. Horowitz Foundation of
    New Ycrk City and a trustee of the
    Maurice and Laura Falk Founda-
    tion, tht Leon Falk Family Trust
    the Lehman-Epstine Trust, and the
    Halperc Foundation, all of Pitts-
    I urgl
    In tht educational field, he I
    btr of the board ol go\ ernors
    :' Hebrew Union e-Jew-
    - Ins1 tuu of Religion i I the
    British Ban Communist Movie
    Proving Globke's Complicity
    DAILY PICKUPS TO NEW YORK
    M. LIEBERMAN & SONS
    MCCS'U
    ;\l ..
    oW M LIEBERMAN,50\5
    10UIS CAPIAN
    Propsie College for Hebrew and
    Cognate Learning of Philadelphia
    Caplan was founder and first
    president of the United Jewish
    Fund of Pittsburgh. He is *
    trustee of the Federation of Jew-
    ish Philanthropies of Pittsburgh,
    and was the first president ele-
    ted after the merger of that or-
    ganization with the United Jew-
    ish Fund to form the United Jew-
    ish Federation of Pittsburgh.
    Ht is a member of the board of
    directors of the American Jewish
    Joint Distribution Committee and
    a formtr president. nOM honorarj
    president, ol the .1 M Gusk) Ht
    br< w Orphanage and Home of W I -
    tern P< nnsj i
    Caplan served ui the United
    irii Worl ''.
    War II. he wi
    > :r.. '. nited StaU a Altornej Gen
    i mbt. of the
    . H< : ,n<
    kVest* f Pennayh
    He is a mei
    Mihtarj i
    iVan
    v. \ -The i
    Board of 1 refused this
    : c m
    . M ., Him angi-
    n Comi '' -: Germa-
    > ; urp rtedlj I : '-' "'K,;
    West German Stan Secretars Hans
    tt ha.: !..... :
    . proaunent Nazi
    and cxtermim lews
    The Bcarr. stated in lU re|ectiOB
    ol the film that the documentary
    picture seeme.i to have been made
    "for the purpose of damaging Uu
    reputation of an individual' Pla-
    to Films, the l-; German pvoduc
    lion firm wh:ch made the film, an-
    nounced it was asking the London temple lion Sisterhood
    CitJ Council tt r a permit to show
    :the r-dure ir. this city
    n for th
    Hom
    in facl
    he c help Jew while |l
    Mm
    the war
    nsists that the R-
    Action i t.^,.
    shov ~r
    iar> i Dr. Gl^hki pi-
    ticipat Semitic ^Utj
    rtn t*i*n said to reproduci,
    replica Of -he Nazi uniform urjj
    luring tk< Hitler period h\ ^
    Globke. replete with Nazi decea,
    tions am rre< als.
    T: Glcbkt. principal aide to
    VW-' Gcrmar. Chancellor Konral,
    , Actr.auer. has conceded rcprat
    edl> h wrote the official com men-.
    tar> or. tht Kuremberi racial lawi
    which formed the 'legal' basiv f..r
    Emanu-Ei Camp
    Reveals Record
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    -Jmiff Fierifi-yr
    Page S-A
    Top Nazi 'Mercy Death' Doctors Still Teaching
    3fcr
    KASt< MifN tur:- t
    II WIIU RG
    h i a l: i during the Hil i
    .11 '.(I u chu: adi -- \
    euthanaeJa program, arc
    teaching medicine at three u
    German iimvTs.-. Der Spiegel,
    tbia countrj > lending mwi ma^u
    line, reported here thi *eek
    The men named are Prof Fran/
    Kihn. of Erlangen Univejeity; Prof.
    Friedrich tlaua, of Munsur I'm ,
    ' versity, and Prof. Werner Willing
    er. of IfarbUTg University. AjCCOfd-
    ing to Der Spiegel, all three acted '
    ... advisers, between 1939 and 1941.
    to the T-4 euthanasia section in B hn, (electing Jewiah patients at h -
    oitals an i mental i.u-titliti<>::- IS
    I; "unfit to live
    One doctor Identified a- a mem
    bee of the Natl euthanaaia team,
    Prof Werner Catel, reaigned re-
    ;entl> after being rxpoaa I tnother.
    rrof Werner Heyde. who until hw
    trresl tw > years age lerved j-
    i an tdvlaer to the F eoabeurg i m
    is now h
    Anti-Semitism Cited
    MUNICH- JlA The Bavarian
    Ministry of the Interior announced
    here tbia ueek it is DfOteating to
    the village council of the ret >rt
    town of Tutikin*. 15 milei from
    this city, because the village has
    U I
    Ludet
    Some residents of Tutikmq are
    also objecting to the plan to don-
    or the memory ot Ludendorff,
    who was known as an anti-Semite.
    "With the Adolf Eichmann trial
    still going on," a spokesman for
    Kennedy Warned of Global
    Mariners' Squeeze on Blockade
    ssumes USY Post in Miami
    i- -ime >
    Ureetor
    I'm-
    with of-
    Harbor
    America
    i-erv a
    Trough
    iiber-
    . Rutohife
    . week i-
    .. reg
    --. v"
    I .
    f '" '*
    [ 700 C
    | ngregal is
    ui *menci
    jipol >vcr a mil
    Orda.ned by the Jews* Thee-
    Jlojicil Semma-y irt 10F2. Ra>bi
    IRutctiik also holds 3achelor
    Arts degree from drooktyn
    ixlege n |-*e m the faculty f oliticl
    ; v r serving a, a rtiaplain in'
    the i s Air f t if became
    spiritual leader .it rampta Beth Is-
    rael in May wood, N I
    Man] reara >t cams experience
    jr. ceded his appointment as direc-
    tor <>f youth activities of the N >r
    :hern New Jeree) r.-^ion of the
    1'nited Synagogue In the sum-
    mer .if 1957. Kabbi Rntchak U\i the
    second annual I'SY Pilgrimage to
    Israel, directing a group of
    agari in a six week vtait there
    On h i s return. Rabbi KuUhik
    joined the department of youth ac-
    tivities, of the inited Synagogue of
    America as national program di-
    raator, a position he has jus- -
    linquished
    He is married to the former Do-
    rothy Newman, of .Jacksonville
    Continued from Page 1-A
    :. in virus this interference il .i
    scrums threat >> peaee a- well as
    i the tafet] and rights ol -.amen
    'nat Dr itunche explained that
    the IN conM not ael on the protest
    -- complaints were brought by
    mmenta The union leader
    -aid I>r BUOehe told him 'hat cur
    rently there were no such com-
    plaints before the IN
    \ ipobaaaann for Curran'e office
    said the blockading and boycott
    activities of the Arab countries had
    not changed since the agreement
    under which the picket nit of the
    Cleopatra was called ott He said
    the advent of the Kennedy Admini
    -: ration did not bnn^ any easing
    of the Arab tactics
    Mr t'urran informed President
    Kennedy that United Arab Repub-
    lic violations" were forcing
    American companies to split their
    operations. BO that their ships
    would not go to both Arab and Is
    raeli ports, and that American
    Canaan still are subjected to in-
    dignities and threats it physical
    violence m that area Similar
    experience ha< been reported by
    unions of other nations
    He added in his telegram that
    "in the absence of action by gov-
    ernments or by the UN to en-
    force the principle of freedom
    of the seas, the International
    Transport Workers Federation
    would have to "consider joint
    action through its own resources,
    including the possibility of a boy-
    cott."
    The spokesman for Mr CutTao
    explained that the federation "wai
    ready, in the absence of Govern-
    ment action, to boycott the Suez
    Canal or Arab ships in ports
    . throughout the world.'* He also
    said that aeveral member unions
    of the federation in other countries
    had asked their governments to
    protest IAR interference" with
    ' trading with Israel
    Mr Curran informed President
    Kennedy that he would report on
    his meeting with Dr. Bunche at a
    the Ministry said, "this is a r;,'
    unfortunate tirrte to pick von _
    e'endroff s name for the road. I
    name is closely linited with a"*
    Semitism, and is en insult to the
    enemies of Nansm."
    Field Marshall von Ludendra
    widow still lives jt Tutzking, ind
    lectures on the racist theories wh i
    -;ie had helped her husband dovel-
    >P

    Ex-Nans Sentenced
    FRANKFl RT( j lATwo ?*-
    Nazis, accused of complicity in the
    murder of hundreds of Lithuan
    .lews in 1941. were found "r.il.ty tb B
    week by a court in Tubingen af- tf
    a trial that lasted nine months,
    and were sentenced \>< prim d ter
    Richard W'echert, 56, was se-
    fenced to a term of four-ano-j
    half years; while Bruno Sen. "
    was given a prison term of three
    and-a-half years. Both were fo^na
    guilty of having been membe-.
    of the notorious Tilsit Einsa":
    commando
    A former police officer jUSp I
    of havme participated in the killing
    of Jews in the Ukraine, wee afreet-
    ed in West Bi-rlin The suspect,
    Uaiis-Joachim Sommerfield. 4> I
    believed to have Ik en a membe if
    an SS group that killed 1.224 Jew*
    in the Ukraine
    i meeting of the federation. July 3^,
    'in Rotterdam. Holland He add-1
    "we would like to be able to Monre
    the meeting that the (iovernment
    . of the United State* is taking BjCtatn
    within the UN against these CO
    turned Arab violations "
    Legislators Flay U.S. Sale
    Of Rockets to Nasser
    Continued from fe{- t-i
    C a I
    -- srfid that ej-*i f Jav-
    n and Viper type rOChefl ve-
    :'* have already >* made
    i i number of -;. t) > and
    recently relraseo a )"iwt
    " lar rocket to S<:r .
    these items :>-) j re-
    ii 3?d as effective m -i ~a
    "< 'o cbiection mas -a ie-i to
    ' export c< these rj;e-i fram
    security standpoinr."
    Sen Javita con i
    letter tol 1 the > :' lb Ul > *
    two dayi altar larael hod ..
    il aehievemenl Mrtaao
    peoples should hail wi b '
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    Friday. July 21.
    1961
    ^Jewish Floridian
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    Friday hdy 1. 1361
    = A- 5721
    Many Unrelated Issues
    In the Election Campaign
    1 "- -.-.:
    , .
    .
    ~.Z the ? ~ M
    *r
    sw; State Depcrtsient suggested thai a
    -' xeptcb*e to bocfa teamed
    tie refugees are 3 pan -.: tie oldest
    ? V raung ~-r-e -.: Israel the
    - =-- hnng of her fcrst rockel .-i e newest
    OW in the poimcal arena with all
    : ties 7ocrlerously ro : v their aptniona on
    L"- -" -'--' -' -. hoi ; r. the pub-
    '* oped the couiutj i rock* re-
    program.
    HtrACT Of THE IKK.*ANN TRIAL
    '--- m :.--..--. a brood attack again*
    water r'- sther Cabinet
    5 v.ev,- the laun :hing an ''
    - ''-' '* l*o reaches out to encompc
    "' the aorerraiMmt'i
    sg*j dura tc .. bra the wo : the ex
    contending political portiee
    :':h-': re :- for the sudden
    - S weather -
    -
    res Nasser _..
    .-- ted ex <-. ,vi,
    - ftOT6 : as a
    3overn-

    ii :.-.: reasoi to
    -

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    ain
    -
    LSI new
    Ml EXTENT Of THE LAVON AFFAIR
    "''' i I ,.h
    1 issue'
    - to which
    ,s tha,
    Tni- W1 of the recent
    ' Wes
    I '-nanv
    the appear-
    ese weopooj in an imperialist
    PorTua^ese z~~*z~
    A^v.r. fancihi] ^r -or the ^sue Dim the
    many others rirtuaUy inrekrtod H the Pfa
    ^-v-r or.g.r.zl.v --?pied the Israel
    Gorernmerrl brcing --e Jbea. IS ele-r
    T.-._i -*-ee^ the caretaker 7^.e.-^..T.e^ reaffirm-
    ed Ml Lavon'i ree-;- froa :espor^_L:_:v for
    the reued-ineecrecy eecurity ~.sh=^ ibol re-
    moved him M .: Deiense
    As v.-j-. lo be expected. David Ben-Gurion
    y Bm that thus kn r^ --en
    t^e erteni of the 1... Hail in the
    campaign il started
    Meaning of Tisha B'Av
    communities thro jgh Jut thi
    the 3co- z: Lameni
    end .:. their trad
    B Av Hebrew rr
    A
    m ': :y marks :-e destr.

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    " a generaJ -
    5- dispei
    - .


    tim.
    Rockwell's Civil Rights

    Rockv
    lome Americans inch
    qal counsel to saf,
    'U does not underrto
    ' ,heber, ..l!!e-
    nCe' h Now
    Jue manner of the Naz. hoS mat^
    g ^ ta cone *Z
    ring the week
    ... as i see il
    by LEO MINDLIN
    AT TM,5 Pom' ,t ...^
    rather certa.T thai ,/
    during the week ^c,^:^:r,.
    tic.pation in nn1
    bin*d J*vn>h A|
    pai?n Ths lo^ic i-
    hot h the Ant. r-
    League of B'nsi B nth ,
    . American Jewisll
    av they find it impo-
    ontinue their Miam. PT.y
    basis ft the JA allocations to them in
    -ith little reason to eeotesi --
    : their ipet llstioa that they can do far better fir them-
    in indepi ;
    The reactK-n >t -h.- Greater Misrsl Jewish Federation v.
    . outide the orbit of CJA Stflkss a'
    lewisi i immunity and enccurage* a hi
    thai threttee th- concept of pnorit> need
    vn next sesi axttssseesl to ei
    result (DA sr* '-men Jui> 2-.
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    ATTH8UTIS Of JHt $UCCf$$t;i fUND
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    0- OWN .EDERAT.ON fall ,-,
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    t-crge T.-A
    JfHist fkrid&r
    Friday. July 21, |
    sei
    House Committee Beefing Up Anti Bias Clause
    Continued from Page 1-A
    and economic cooperation hel i eei
    n _' the pui this
    Ac: and the peace of
    the w oi red "h< i
    , war-
    fare "'
    i this Ac!
    cedures as
    I strici
    i
    ions l
    i
    i
    i
    i
    i
    ;
    . assistance under this Acl
    : cultural Trade Devel
    opmer.l and Assists u i \<' of 1954
    be administer;
    prim pi' -
    Prior to the action of the House
    Committee Reo. Seymour Hal-
    pern. New York Republican, in-
    troduced four bills in the Hou..-
    ro restore anti-discrimination
    . ---c nenrs of previous years,
    p-e*cc-ing both : rican na
    a-d international com-
    merce front A.?b boycott and
    b ocksdt tartics. His bills wojid
    amfti born the foreign ad au-
    thoriiiiticn and appropriations
    acts.
    Local Golfers Will
    P!ay in Israel
    Two mcr Ml
    his soi
    I thi Mao
    ( : ..ni
    i j R ill ol
    ',
    I
    Si i Sa
    M Marlins, a
    S:d Salomoi out the
    ii.
    Sa ed as playing captain of
    1-* 12-man team is Robert Jacob-
    ten of Rumson, N.J.. president
    of the New Jersey State Golf
    Assn., and former Garden State
    jimior champion. Otto Fenias,
    cJ Miami Beach, is team mana
    i,er.
    Thej an L' s
    to compote ;n an
    ( progi .. Thi S
    -
    U t thi 5ixl Mac-
    i s in Tel Aviv. Somi
    .
    .uled Aug. 29 to
    I I
    L'.S Maccabtah
    1 ill pla> in the t';r-: [i
    i wish Amateur Golt
    ( : el's new
    irse
    man quad.
    i If
    ,'hnut the
    i in .i Bern
    abiah Days next month
    I Westvii antry
    t 0 win ii tournami i
    v : stag) I and prises awarded.
    w narked ;
    It Of the I' S
    GtRSHOH S. MfUfft
    Local Attorney
    Attends Meetings
    Gersb S Miller, atl r
    tly i In t< 'it of the Sa-
    : Counsel
    South Florida, represented this
    hi group's national
    vention in Boston this week.
    NACCA is the -i bar
    Ihi country' and n p
    ed pers ns,
    V...< hen [lew back to Miami
    iv ii hi- wife .i< anette, in
    tti Lh< Nu Bet; E]
    iternity convention
    hi tel July 20 to
    .4 He is regional chancellor of
    . the soMthei
    - '
    MING TIE WEEK
    Continued from Page 4-A
    f shall hi- dispei
    i rise to thi
    i titutions
    Itatively
    I ital
    r community 11
    i ..... fii etermii
    for local child care
    tal qualifi
    .. child (.
    ' Klutznick
    - :
    p of volun-
    ish comm hilan-
    ia thi thorn} issui
    on j N. ki
    15
    Rep Halpern told the Hous I is
    biUs would .write into the ;~t ""-
    unequivocal
    enol loth, i
    ... |, states expect
    IS fl v


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    Nazis Detain
    Jewish Youth
    Continued from Pa^e 1-A


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    f- -r m. I Nazis act
    from I

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    ' I
    turhe.: r> th< n-
    ".
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    al aj is
    f then thi N
    for it."
    Kaul proposM d a spt i
    ing of the Count} Boar : thi
    Commonwealth s attorne}
    count} manager to i
    ures to protect thi
    from the Na.
    Mr Kaul -aid: It is
    if children can be
    threats ol ill with i
    W i -i ] I !'. ^ i; n I
    from the i forciM} deta
    and sub;, ti to .i thil
    an org nizi v.
    the Na;
    >uch a menace tbi
    it I i toll rat'
    n inwealth Vttoi 11 '-'..
    Hassan said that punishment
    years maximum imprisonment'
    :> imposed ..; i :. the two
    ...
    mu the childrm. if the N
    i mvii
    Rabbi Baumgard is Host
    . Am
    in host Sundi Si
    i sion prot
    I
    IK K
    ,cc, ,< freed, m ol international
    New York Demo
    that !-> ,hl' f'f
    rani .,,., negated bj tfct\ '"
    Mies blockad.
    He opp< sed ap
    - t the Unit. States of
    -
    -
    tion art: bias clause submitted
    the pn amble t< this %, ar, aift
    was rr.i n \ a (ieclar il
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    Page 7 A
    l.$. Press 'Favorable' to Trial Proceedings
    rof YORK FTA v Hirvt*
    H I on
    i hroann inal '.; .
    is of approval of
    -edlnga,
    the
    r "^
    bzim the
    IT || -' i >lifious
    V :"'>r
    lerani '
    lun
    kccord'9 to the 4--v|f. the
    ,act o Israel'* de:i* > put
    , nanr en trial "ub
    fntially r-ore aH.r^srive than
    (alive as re!ec'e >pap* *"d m<3" d'"
    t|, A c-rrr find.-"} d ic'osed
    rtM sr'fy <) tf,*r r**r '*
    formicable rtiir.t of good
    I for l-rael m-*j 9*"-
    L; pretl even on o-'-sversiel
    e$ in which Israel's session
    rat initially *pp*i'~l "
    . : In
    n i ich <>n
    hi or
    on '' I
    newspa i In Uw
    ndi more
    trial
    ress


    I'ommpnl on the- K;chmann trial
    once the question of Israeli Juris-
    luin-n had disappeared after the
    trial >>penvd. r"lrtf.' H v.a> i
    i number an Intensified effort to eliminate
    prejudice and Hscrinrtnation era
    phaaizing that th>- \azi horrors
    demonstrated the end to which
    bigotr) and reciasn could lead. A
    second theme dealt with the world's
    collective responsibility Cor the
    Nazi atrocities A third idea, ei
    pressed in numerous editorials.
    I i- (be hope th 11 the trial t
    not be allowed to assume the
    ot an .ill -.\ against tier
    man)
    Newspaper* In all sections of
    the country underscored the im-
    portance of not reawakening na-
    tional hatred that would weaken
    the Western alliance, it was
    found Editorial comment of the
    Eichmann trial was no indica-
    tion of the individual publics
    tion's general political orienta-
    tion. The survey found, for ex-
    ample, that the conservative
    New York Daily News y-ave un-
    equivocal endorsement to the
    Eichmann trial in Israel while
    the generally liberal Washington
    Post A Times Herald opposed
    putting Eichmann on trial in Is-
    rael.
    The American Jewtah Con
    survey disclosed that the Chris
    ti.m religious press had expi
    .i \ riet*. of opinion ibout the
    at BABY TIME
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    new baby with a friendly
    callwith a basket of
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    It found however, that the
    predominant and unmistakable
    tone' was one of "consistent if
    low-keyed hostflit) to Israel." The
    report found a kind of understated
    mimoaity to the trial." which it
    -aid was most pronounced in local
    -in papen sack a the Pitts
    burgh Catholic The sharpest
    Comments, the refMrt -aid COB
    ered on the seizure of Eichmann
    the rigM of Israel to conduct the
    trial and the alleged spectacular
    acter <>f Hie pi
    However, liberal Catholic n
    lines like America and rhe i im
    li inweal 'editorialized in a vein
    liffereM from that ": the
    -.i" press again reflecting
    hversit) that maj be found
    among Catholic pubtii i the
    ort laid
    The Protestant press, it was
    reported, was "somewhat more
    receptive to the idea of the trial
    in Israel," although much of its
    interest in the case has been de-
    voted to the problem of capital
    punishment, the report noted.
    One of the few Christian leaders
    openly and publicly to defend Is-
    rael as the proper forum for the
    trial, the report said, was the
    Reverend Dr. Reinhold Niebuhr,
    prominent Protestant theologian,
    in r\ editorial on Christianity
    and Crisis.
    Commenting on religious press
    ;on to the trial. th< \.....
    ican Jewish
    Hass idie Jews
    Given Own City
    SPRING \ U.l.KY S V ..ITA.
    An attorn.> for .. communitj oi
    rlaaaidic Jew in Ran >aed
    hi- week that the communitj had
    obtained State Supreme court ap-
    proval 't a- long legal fmht to in-
    corporate a- a separate village un-
    ler the name ot New Square
    Abraham Slansjer. the attnrm-y.
    laid that Supreme Court Justice
    I hn P Don.rhue ruled in support
    ; the Sect's request for an ord-r
    I rcing authorities 't the Rock
    land county town to comply with
    the New York State Village lau
    Under the order. Ramapo officials
    -t forward the Incorporation
    documents to Albany for action
    The ruling cleared the way for
    a judicial order instructing
    Ramapo authorities to certify a
    map of New Square and to de-
    liver to the New York Secretary
    of State a certificate of the vote
    on incorporation which was held
    last Au. 3. The Ramapo au-
    thorities have 30 days to file an
    The Maaaidim have been fighting
    for a separate community .-< that
    they can is-ue their own vHlagfl or-
    llnancea lo assure maximum con
    dltions for fulfilment of Orthodox
    religious practices. There are 53
    Hassidic Jews in the community,
    totalling 69 families with SM childj
    ren
    A- i- often the case in matters
    touching upon Israel, the ChT
    religious pr-" ha exhibited ma fh
    less chanty and compassinn than
    has the general pre It
    markebfe that r.-iieious writers
    -hould prefer logic choppmj
    iroadef moral speculation tha' I
    Bichananfi case so obviously
    vited "
    Tile -'ir- -\ found mtj
    to the holocaust an
    innihilatioi European Jewrj
    ' inan publica- i -
    rally and asserted there had been
    failere" bj the religious
    n the I S to have confronte
    impli it oi r the Christian re
    ins world of the monstrous fad
    e Hitler peri'
    The Nee.ro press, which the re-
    M -aid usually manifeeted a
    rfintti i eaen e" tow ard ; ;.
    been hitrhly understanding"
    if the Israeli position, it was noted.
    The report not'-d an almost
    mplo'e lack of interest" in the
    'rial by American veterans or-
    .lanirttion publications, as I
    raster! v.ith the deep concern m
    the Kichmann trial -hown by i -t
    erans' groups in Kurope Similar-
    ly i' was noted, the labor pr- ..
    -hown little concern with tne
    - of the trial
    The American Jewish
    that the most notor i?.
    .la*- Pa of Ihf I matte frv
    had rushed to Eiehmann's defense
    i nsed the trial a- I spnnsh-.irj
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    Friday. July 21
    1361
    Eichmann Admits His Orders to Hang Jews
    Ui
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    and Rabbi Henry Guterman, of Scranton. Pa. In 1903.
    an .".-:--?rican boy c: 12. Raskcs was sent by his parent
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    years of age and an upperclassman in the Yeshiva,
    -b. 3ut?rmcn was put in charae of instructing young Ras-
    . Today, Dr. Guterman is chief rabbi of the Orthodox
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    >r Flagler-Granada Jewish unselors are of college age ..r
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    ai 4' from 3 to l! Edwin
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    i :". .-.i;ldren in a jjroup. and trips and cookouts.
    Continued from Page 1*
    ler issued an order forbiddin
    .: Jews after reegUrief
    a report fr in BtehmaM
    still another admission drawn
    reluctantlj from Eichmann show
    ed thai in spite ol his claim
    he was an unimportant, n
    functionary in the Nazi a|
    li : ... importai I c<
    e in 194 ;
    most N'az I ils -
    thai P
    Jews
    v. ..
    .... |
    smati r

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    ....
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    mk sei at Lublin, who
    operated the first
    mass m n
    Asked
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    company when
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    Eichmam i> oi
    dere I by llimmler U l\
    B-4. was oi
    limel ible.> the rollim -
    There was another outbreak in
    court Monday when Hausner was
    pressing Eichmann on whether
    he knew that German Jews were
    being killed by "Emsatigrup-
    pen," as well as "local" Jews in
    German-occupied areas Eich
    mann explained that he thought
    German Jews were not being
    killed. However, he said, know-
    ing "the customs in Eastern ter
    ritories," he made sure to send
    German Jews to Lodz "which
    was safer place than the East-
    am territories."
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    m nt :n;o its leven h cot ^
    [araelU a
    phasa ia Ibc i
    UUD nation ot in. ,
    and the lefens
    and chit
    i
    It was 'ully expected n,t. ^r
    Hajsner's summation wcl 1 taj,
    a full dav. It is paaalbie f*,,
    Dr. Servat:u. toe. may r-,., ,
    very leruthy statement c ,
    thsf he has o-ov<- -,,
    Eichmann as a amaN s
    in the N*fi aoparj*_s *. .
    a conscientious bwreaucn
    w.fhcct the power rj a
    will cr hi| super.ors.
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    ;uly 21. 1961
    +JmlstncridKan
    Page 9-A
    S-
    Charge U.S. Bows to Arab Boycott
    BMslsrJ

    I
    ly Minister Sen-Gurion as special preview of "Exodus" in
    L v expi is;asm for fightinq qualities of Israelis .
    L i \:\ movie. Left to right are Meyer W. Weisgal, pro-
    V Otto P nd Mrs. Ben-Gui'.-i. P.oceeisof
    b in Israel will go to the Weizmann Institute of Science.
    IFund Lauds JWY Resolution
    \pr. ad< | the
    executive committee ol
    the
    Soecial
    ^ r resolution i ami
    if" ^atinn RatPQ it a
    ,Va hingtoi D.i II ..... i
    he Jewish National Fund "fur it> |
    rision in establishing the Freedom
    Isra< i whuh i.- t" i
    ncmorate the heroism of the
    rican freedom flghtei in I
    th< i i i ol demon a<
    (tout he orld
    The resolution declares thai
    new forest ill stn ngthi i
    ;m- net ol the American people
    tii. citizens of Israel while
    aiding Isrsel in Its reclamatioi
    a king the d< i
    resolution requests mem
    bei "i the JVI \ and Auxiuarj 'to
    rati- with the program devel
    in their respective itat to
    nake this pn ject a success
    Rabbi Mayer Abramowiti pres
    dent i the Greater Miami Jewish
    National Fund Council, lauded "the
    spirit of thi.s resolution."
    J
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    Continued from Page 1 A
    funds, and maintained by the
    United State*."
    "The document, entitled "Inva-
    sion of American Run'- on the
    Part ol Arah League Nations,'
    made thes specific charges
    The Department of Defense
    rlefen to Saudi Aral I exclu-
    sion ol American Jews" al ihe Dha-
    hran Air Base and ilso imp >ses
    ctions on Christian worship
    Saudi Arabia
    i hi Departm ml ol \gric i I
    a m od
    ral oi "have a to thi
    Irj
    i 'iv ne lb) '
    itizei i thai i arrj
    mi diti v
    the Agricultui '" t oi
    The contracts, .i r ing to
    he AJ upl .'.
    tiling
    it I ra< I waters or |
    'trans I
    The V: aCC
    he UC is
    ;n thi- tii the re
    hat American principles
    touted bj representatives of for-
    ign nents "ii Ann
    til l he dot imenl < ites th<
    hal Kuwait requires "that thi ib
    "t Jew- in tmerii in com
    ianies be certified b [encj
    ii the i S (e>\ernmenl
    In recent years, according to
    the AJC. officials of some air-
    ports in Arab countries have
    forced American Jews to remain
    in their planes during stop-overs
    in Arab countries. Although citi-
    zens who have suffered this "in-
    dignity" have complained to the
    Rep. Matthews is Speaker
    Dade Rep. C Carey Matthews
    rsa guest speaker at i dinner meet
    Ins, oi the Biscayne-South shore
    Optimist club Tuesdaj evening at
    the Lucerne hotel.
    U.S. Department of State, de-
    clared the AJC. "there is no in-
    dication that a forthright protest"
    was effectively lodged.
    The issuani \ >m
    Arah governn enl
    n porte idhei
    di i iminatory r eri
    cans io car in Is-
    rael visa oi
    denied Iran
    i a ."i
    tied
    i tii i tai I
    - i
    tend to \
    1 the AJ
    All these art- I h a [act sheet
    it Ameri-
    can citir. 1-rnp PAS ATC added-
    "Foreign countries have no *w-
    ereign ri [hi to discrimui ite among
    Ameri As recent i i I
    dei.-. '.'i- ha*. ui lersi ired no
    -in h right is \ este m our i
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    Friday. July :; 1301
    Jewish Lawyer in the Confederacy
    NORTON TIRE CO.
    By HARRY SIMONHO?= .
    One of the sreat Americ in law
    yets of his time. Philip Phi
    was born in 1807 in Chariest i
    He attended the private SCh
    Isaac Harby, the critic, IJ
    wnc.ht and journalist who -
    the first Reform in American Ju-
    daism. When fifteen, h.
    the Military Acadeim >>t Middle-
    ton. Conn which w .1 night}
    esteemed in the South. It i> p '-
    sible that those three form
    setis influenced him lor lit,' Al
    no time during the wildest bys
    teria did Phillip- ever waver in
    his set conviction that nothing
    could ever justifj the seo -- >:.
    Ol a Slate troni the Federal 1 I
    He practiced law. served I
    sessions in the General Assembly
    and married in Charleston the
    hit:h spirited irt year-old Eugenia
    Lev) The couple then setth
    .Mobile. Ala and Philip was elec-
    ted to Congress Living in Wash-
    ington opened a new vist.i He
    refused the unanimous re-nomi-
    nation for a second term
    The future see.ned clearly
    charted. Washington offered the
    best arena for his abilities. Here
    he could be a lawyer's lawyer
    representing brother attorneys
    throughout the land having cases
    in the Supreme Court. But day
    by day the political situation was
    getting darker. The election of
    Lincoln was followed by the seces-
    sion of the Southern States. Then
    came the attack on Fort Sumter,
    the defeat at Bull Run witH he
    danger of Washington falling o
    the Confederates. Tempers were
    frayed, famines divided and with
    the capita! full of spies, eve- 3e
    became suspect.
    Oni n orning a band of F :
    detectives invaded
    home Ever> one pr -
    eluding Philip Phillips,
    ed under house arre-- But
    i:a chief target was the mistress
    of the household The government
    men remained guarding the DOUSe
    inside and outside. Phillips w >-
    soon released, but his wife Eu-
    genia, her two daughters ant -
    ter Martha were removed to the
    attic of another house, the home
    of a tearless, ingenious Confed
    erate spy, the notorious an I I isci-
    nat:n_; Ros,. a Greenhow. Held
    incommunicado for three weeks.
    they suffered the lack il .ill physi-
    comforts The > irse reat-
    ment of their jailers and appre
    hensions for the future intensified
    their a.;oMc-
    The intercession of Edwin M
    Stanton. later Secretary of War
    In the Lincoln cabinet. Justice
    James M. Wayne ot the r s Su-
    preme Court, and Reverdy John-
    son, Representative from Mary-
    land, brought about their release
    The friendship ol these prominent
    men helped Phillips obtain tr >m
    the Secretary of State William
    H Seward, permission to ross
    the border and taki lj
    - "i General Winfiel I Scotl
    permitted him to take with him
    $5,000 m gold and directed an of-
    ficer to furnish 1 ste imb ial at
    Fortress Monroe. Under .1 flag
    of truce, this boa: start* 1 ut in
    a raging storm
    The captain advise! against
    sailing, but the Phillips family
    found the inhospitable elements
    easier to bear than the treatment
    experienced at the hands of their
    fellow men. They were handed
    Over to a Confederate h >at Alter
    buffeting the winds and the waves
    for an hour, with great danger of
    iizing and actuall) losing their
    hats and cloaks, thev landed on
    tirm Confederate soil
    The Phillips family set tut on
    their journey overland to distant
    Mew Orleans The jtorj >: the
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    Mrs Jefferson D I Eu-
    end .1 pli isai even-
    the White House 11 el
    ily final 1) reached New
    expecting quiet, peace and safety
    in the largest and richest city ,.f
    the Confederacy, tar awa) from
    the booming cannon.
    From this distance of time, we
    can only wonder at the cause of
    Eugenia's arrest and rough treat-
    ment Was -he a spy or agent for
    the Confederacy? There were
    genteel and cultivated women who
    did not hesitate to serve "heir na-
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    ive Southlan i bj W L
    he daredevil Rose Greenhow, E
    genia was high and ar-
    dent to the point of hysteria
    her Southern devotion
    Both women were friends end
    knew how to outwit their guards.
    While Eugenia was packing for
    the joorney South. Mrs Greenhow
    passed escorted by two soldiers.
    She threw a ball of yarn info the
    Phillips home, remarking quite
    casually that the ladies would
    like to finisn their knitting with
    the yarn they left at her house
    Eugenia delivered the ball to Jef
    ferson Davis; it contained a mes-
    sage in code.
    New Orleans
    modore Farragul
    charge of
    ler, a cruel, pro!
    and deceitful vulgarian, who
    -topped al nothing l i i hieve his
    purpose Eugenia Phillips
    mained indoors Ri en bering
    the sufferings the had undei
    in Washington, she retrained from
    any act that might bring on the
    hated enemy But she could D >'
    hold out for too lo
    One morning a soldier brw
    an order for Engenia to appear
    before General Butler Her hus-
    band went along and heard "Bl ast
    Butler" roar at his Wife, "YOU are
    seen laughing and mocking at the
    remains ol a h era! officer I
    do not call you a common woman
    : the town bul n monlj
    v ulgar oi e and l sei I
    Ship Island tor the War I"1-..

    ' .i sand bar >n the
    ol Mexu Ship Island Mil
    trees or a blad -
    ing with Q -
    -tit ting hu
    midit) .- reminiscent ol De
    Inland, celebrated later as tn-'
    prison ol French Captain Dreyfus
    Denied communication with
    anyone, she was served tho coars-
    est of soldiers' rations and given
    salt water, rendered "drinkable'
    by the sand. Eugenia somehow
    survived brain fever and after
    several months was released. On
    reaching home, the servant closed
    the door in her face and fled, be-
    lieving she saw the ghost of her
    mistress. Eugenia entered, began
    screaming, fell down unconscious
    and suffered a nervous break-
    down. Such a price she did not
    consider too high to pay for her
    loyalty to the Confederacy.
    The gifted Philip Phillips was
    in a peculiar position to plaj
    important role in the history ol his
    country during its most turbulent
    period Somehow one feels that
    he missed his destiny in the
    North there were no counterpart-
    to Judah P Benjamin or David L
    Yuley Lincoln with his strong
    leaning towards Southerners who
    believed in the Union was anxious
    to utilize them
    He was largely responsible tor
    the ill educated somewhat un-
    couth Andrew Johnson of Tenne-
    see becoming Vice President. But
    the temperament of Eugenia
    checkmated the career that abili
    ty and circumstances .seemed to
    chart for her husband Both left
    their mark but underwent tome
    needless suffering thai c tuld ha> -
    been av uded
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    Dr. Nahum Goldmann, president of the World
    Zionist Organization, was presented the first
    annual Louis D. Brandeis Award by the Amer-
    ican Zionist Council at a recent dinner in New
    York, which also commemorated the 13th an-
    niversary of the State of Israel. Among the
    epeckers were (left to right) Hon. Philip M.
    Klutznick, member of the United States delega-
    tion to the UN; Dr. Miriam Freund. former pres-
    ident of Hadassah and chairman of the execu-
    tive committee of the American Zionist Coun-
    cil; Joseph Meyerhoff. general chairman. Uni-
    ted Jewish Appeal, Rabbi Irving Miller, chair-
    man of the American Zionist Council; and Dr.
    Goldmann.
    Zionists Urged to Become 'Decisive'
    NEW YORKDr. Nahum Goldmann, president of the World Zion-
    ist Organization, recently summoned the American Zionist movement
    tc "become one <>{ the decisive and determining forces in American
    Jewish life and play a similar role now in American Jewrj after the
    irtation of the State of Israel as it has played in the great year-, ol the
    struggle for the emergence of the state."
    "he world Zionist leader issued--------------------------------------------
    thi< eall at a reeent dinner, com-
    memorating the first Louis D.
    Brandeis Award of the American
    Zionist Council
    "he presentation of the award ,
    was made by Rabbi Irving Miller,
    chairman of the Council, the co- :
    cremating body of nine Zionist or-1
    warm personal relations between
    os. May you, Nahum, and all
    of our friends see the realiiation
    of our ideals speedily and com-
    pletely and may you carry on in
    health and pood fortune with
    your most useful labors."
    Close te one thousand ropresen
    gemzations in this country. The
    award read: To Nahum GoM-1tatives from the nine constituent
    mann. who with rare gifts and organizations of the Council, to-
    boundless energies has labored for gather with leaders in all walk- of
    the rebirth of Israel, for the world American life, attended the dinner
    Jewish unity, for justice to Ins peo- which marked the first formal na
    pie and for human freedom every- tior.al public function of the Amer-
    ican Zionist Council in its activi-
    ties in this country. Rabbi Miller
    formally announced the establish-
    ment of a National Sponsor So
    cietj under the chairmanship ol
    Dr Da> id l i wenthal. of Pitts-
    burgh. Thii Society, Rabbi Miller
    laid is to consist of eminent men
    and women throughout the country
    who are prepared to give moral
    and material support t.. the ex
    pandi ram of the American
    ZioniM Council
    wi tc."
    In a tape-recorded address of
    tribute, Israel Prime Minister
    Djvid BervGurion said: "Nahum
    has given himself wholehearted-
    ly to the service of his peoo'e
    ai-d we all unite in wishing him
    well. Nahum and I have had
    arid may still have differences of
    opinion on matters of principle
    end this is as it should be for
    free and healthy discussion is a
    concomitant with democracy.
    While these differences exist
    they have never beclouded the
    Dr Goldn ai in .,, kmmli I
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    with all the Jews of the world
    and being deeply attached to the
    Jewish center in Israel destroys
    the basic foundations and char
    acteristics of our history and
    future."
    Dr Goldmann -aid that Amer
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    Jewish organization- not on!) in
    the field of aid to Israel, but in the
    spheres of Jewish education and
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    Is Our Jewish Federation
    A Federation and Jewish?
    Tonh
    MIBHN ^
    By RABBI MAYER ABRAMOWITZ
    Temple Manor ah
    SABJ
    MAIV N

    .ci trtation
    Zl
    Instead of the customary Bibli-
    cal interpretation. e are taking
    the hbert) of expressing our opin
    ion on I.eo Mindlin'.> erudite
    column of June 30 in which he c >m-
    mentv mi the "failure of Federa
    non "
    our Jewish Federation may be
    characterized as > great historian
    inci i hara< let i I the II o i >
    i Empire, as being neither
    nor Roman nor an Empire
    i if our Jew ish Fe Ian tion we might
    :- it Jew ib 1- it I
    I it i \n orgam
    thi Jewish
    marl-
    nlzc the < aim d !
    he rew ishni ss ol
    , we
    nn*fl passion
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    Information to be included in the Religious Services column
    must be in the News Room of The Jewish Flor than Friday, a.m., preceding the week of publication. All re-
    leases received after that time will be returned as proof of
    their lateness.
    AGUDATH ISRAEL. 780' Carlyla ava
    Orthodox. Rabbi laaac Evtr.
    ANSHE EMES.
    Conservative.
    p< (aidant.
    25ij SW ittn ava
    Mnoaii Subarman.
    BETH DAVID 2S25 SW Srd ase Con-
    servat *e Rabbi NoriPin Bnapiro
    Cantor W.lliam W. Lioso-
    a
    3ETH EL 400 SW I7tll Orthodox
    Rabbi Solomon S
    BETH EWETH
    C nterv, at vc ".i
    Cji"

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    - .'. 2"d ave
    Vii S .ipiro
    JETH ISRAEL 4> avt. Or-
    tnuoox Ra ~ KOttltie
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    SETH JC02 Bpi.311 -
    ^ ri- Stern
    Cantor Maur j
    ----T---* xnH -**
    , .TO JUi
    SnXiTI mumt> with its religious cultural
    iture Wi tin i il exi n
    RABBI MAYtK ABKAMOWM
    . voice cf Authority
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    I BI H a r 0' d '
    I
    BETH n = HAEL "i-d avt
    Ol tl IOX J I Ifnt
    ran ,r^x?-rina ,.|,.,.:. ,.,,,.. d,f'
    ,..,1., i i, 11 v But if tl : betm rriLAH. --
    ,-ih E R.-.ckovakv
    ;./ '
    r trul> J< w .-li
    xi cn n-")n .niTS") when M) s H ., >
    . n- ----l, nr^~n its gigantic I i refuse* to distribute the J.P.S B
    - J : 1'^--' ,,.,.,,., whoi nonsect
    n'^irn r"51^!!^ *n,u,r desire to contribute to Federal becomes diminished When the Grea'
    ' : er Miami Jewish C mmi i nursery s h Is "with
    k-j3:n rmura n:3ion ,,.,.: '"
    LLLa'i, ^..-, aWu*... "I religious programming m its youth clubs, hen it sees itself in dire I
    rp NaT PC 1*3 a ?333 competition with existing congregations, then it reduces the desire to
    hton '3is 73? D'jxn
    t t t : -;
    %r*tt V~ D33-.3 BJ
    f ; t
    .an'-1 sxn
    tan i3in na'n 70:2
    T I T .
    contribute to Federation
    beth torah i$4tn it md *.E nth
    a. Cen*rvativ> Rap "'
    -z Cant '- Ben ; K ichcn
    1
    -
    CONGREGAT ON ETi CHAIM. 1844
    \,V.nhi-iato-> jv Ortn>33. R.tbD
    A' ra'- im Sti i Nsfeld.
    a -
    CORAL WAV JEv\iH CENTER
    8"'j SW 16t^ st Via"- P.ibDi S.im
    i rl April C.intnr Gerthon Levin.
    ...
    SAYINGS OF FATHERS
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    DADE HEIGHTS JEW'SH CONGRE-
    GATION 1401 NW 183rd $t. Con.
    serv.it.v* Cantor Ei"i" il Mandel.
    FLAGLER GRANADA 50 NW 51st
    pi. Cons-rvative Rabai Ger.iid
    Lerer C.i^tor Fred Barnatain.
    ... | ..
    ?DC3 7,H K1H H31T 31?
    By Special Raport
    ATLANTAZeev Z Dover has
    arrived hero to take over bis new
    duties as new Lonsul of Israel for
    HtS^tSSffZSUSSi r the Southeaal region of the United
    State.-.
    MIALEAH REFORM JEW'SH CON
    GREGATiON 1150 W 68th at.. Hia-
    Icah.
    .-a^in a'7iy- airs
    fpra n*-i3 rna ricrna)
    MIAT10N -
    HOLLVWOOD TEMPLE SINAI. 120"
    Jonn^on st Conservative. R a b D
    Davd Sh.ico. Cantor Yeh-dan
    Haiibraun.
    b it .1 Federation? A Fe eration denotes unity it pro\:'.'-- for
    unity of action Bj various Jewish organizations which should represent
    national U well Bl local interest- It is in this C cept i I unit) that a
    CJA v...- established to sobcit funds for both overseas well a- lor
    local Charities \Mien money, collected for one purpose La diverted tor
    lit her purposes tke Federataon ceases to be unity it is disheartening
    Ttr-nnM Tin mm7 to learn that althounh the CJA has iwed Ihe name of Israel for Its public
    relations in campaigns, UJA was the primary victim m the "Federation
    failure The basic error i- to underwrite deficit spending tor various
    enctes r. the expense of mono- raised tor Israel. Local ageocies
    *>>'"> jy n> fr-J 1*5 have expanded then facilities and have been riding the grav) :rj-.n of
    nn*-\Q t\~7j S~ nv-i ,h'" 'v mp lon ',,i '"" expensivel) Using Israel funds
    "7? W !*? r *" f-1 tll .1H)ll>l,r the burgt..... idgets of local agencies borders on misuse
    7 P* 731*" K7 .71S7T of funds ITiis. too. diminishes the desire to contribute to Federation.
    rniSf ,ln1X 7"" *^1K The-e are harsh criticisms We do nof stand as outsiders an! crii i
    -t7 -" '"11 -,ty but are rather deeply concerned about the welfare of our communit)
    "3 rin3f Tiyari 731X71 We believe that Federation failun i not inevitable, an: it u m
    spirit that we following constructive suggestions for future
    Federation success -
    The art of fund raising has become a fine art in the world of finance.
    Itut it it i> torn j..\ from the iplftl of Judaism, it loses its fineness
    invites Catastl Therefore we must seek to awaken I spirit Of "M^S*?*^^^**?0"-
    Judaism in our community, in all its facets cultural, socia welfare #
    ind religious In this regard there devolves upon the rabbis of our ohev bhalom aii **3rr?.*^*y d_'
    cummui t) a great 1 lit) to sponsor Federation a
    rticioale n Coi Jewish Appeal drlvi -
    ''i\t'il *
    \ formula mu found whereui local agencies willi
    ihemselvi I 'i all I insdiction ol Federal on \- in
    enciea, which is submitted to Fe
    -.1 m general pobi u I practices Federation should ''
    cirer nature in the communit) can ;ivi l thi voice temple adath veshlrun asaf
    NE iT'st -: R.it-Ci vi. Zuckar. i
    New Israel
    Consul Arrives
    i>o\ er .1- accomp '.' d by bis
    v. ife. Alisa; d i Md
    Edna; and .< son, Yoram.
    The new Israeli official succeeds
    Moshc Leshem to the post, which
    .srael.te center. 3-75sw25th Leshem vacated last June, when
    ter. Conservative Rihtu Mo.ton he was named Charge I alt.!.: l
    Maiavaky. Cantor louh Cohen. .,.r |srfle| ^mbass) in Leopold-
    KNESETH ISRAEL. 1*15 Euclid ave Vllle. the COOgO
    Orthoflo Raooi Djid Lehrfield
    1 end also rec
    1 \i,.: 1111. the)
    met
    ir) Imi
    : them at
    | .,. ,, iiport ol authont) I i tl tal community.
    9hal a W11
    ' < e served them
    i |
    i looked form ard
    ,i I wig time
    1 .. |i tn ation
    l
    . it 1 re and
    : can
    I n in
    Canto- Abraham Seil.
    Orthodcn Rabbi Phinaaa wmr
    a
    HAROIC JEWISH CENTER B45
    Collini iv C.mr S H*
    Yehoshua Trigor h a been in
    e of the Atlanta consulate m
    the interum
    Tatum Waterway Mcv.lern Tradi-
    tional. Rabbi Euane Laboviti. Can-
    tor v ,.., Gombero.
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    SOUTHWEST CLNTER 843S SW 8th
    st Conservative R.ibbi Maurice TEMPLE S'NA No MIAMI. 1210B
    K.f NE 16t1 ava. Re'orm R.itio. Brnno
    W iah
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    rEM*LI HeTh A ISO N. K*nam tt\'DLE TIFERETH JACOB. #81
    dr.. S Miarr Re'O'm RaDD' H"i '
    -< i TiQa a Cantor Charlaa K oan

    s. ,
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    TF'.'1' c ncTH EL OF
    WOOD 13;' S 14 a.e.
    RaDD >J" .
    HOLLY
    Reform
    Fl.im.nno Way. Z-" sr'v.i t ive. Rabbi
    Leo Haim,
    a
    letavohh. 44 aa,
    lon'"it' 'i-
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    By RABBI SAMUEL POX
    tVPLE BkTM
    -
    'tor He f ,i ,,. : t ie.
    .. Wh0 Why is -t cus'omi-* to recite the
    M'shnaic paisi'^e o' "BamcS
    Madllidn" dorirg the Friday
    I I
    11 e immig iw be
    : the Si ite ol
    ....
    evening service^
    A i
    i an differ mi i thi .s insti
    I a livelihood
    It w ill not he long,
    fear >.- two, betore Reu
    K\ MAX A HtT2
    (

    TEMPLE BETH SHOLEM o Holly-
    wood 1725 arvatlva
    i
    \
    Sun-land temple Zion. sr0 SW fTth at.
    .-.n. Conaarval Rabbi Alfred *
    Skop man. Cantor J^. irb.

    TIFFRETH IS^-' N Miami
    a*r Na< han Zv. I ** Can-
    tor AI be- .
    TI-.'PIE BNAI SHOIOV 1f*00 NV
    L Lawrence
    tnt.ii in the :|1 in
    Babylonia S i thai U is
    done t rvice for thi
    -amor will have forgot- benefil the late comers 01
    new iiiimi- cla i" 'I il is r"
    as the I. i i n ai ........-.....__________
    [ lighting the cand Uso il
    f '' Bril hnt Olamiti :,, vai i things .1 per
    , son must a il before the Karaites who cla i i Jew- Tfcvl>LF J(jdea.
    .,,1; ;s|i home must lie dark on the Liberal.
    claim thai if Is said Sabbath S. me
    to remind the people thai it Ihe reason that this is I thai
    - necessary to have a light hum- a man can proudlj sa) at the Fri- TEMPLE MtNORAM **, m* m
    ,i || the home on the Sabbath day night service thai he has per c-evatiws .-. t 'i-nm
    ...ong-II th. and to dissuade them from follow, formed whatever I sary to swHa. Cantor dware Kiam
    i LUBIA. ing the erroneous ways of the Induct the Sabbath. temple mlr tamid botn at. ani
    VEHUDAH MOsHE 136.1C W Dmie
    h Conaervativa Rii-m Shridon
    sr- n" Man
    -
    tv"c'onaervativo! Rabbi Hare>
    TEMPLE BETH SHOLOM 4'A4 CnaO*
    ava. Liberal hiabbl Leon Kroniar
    Cantor Oavlo Conviser
    fFVPLF EVAN! EL 1701 WaMno
    ton ave Constrva-ive Rahl- Irylnj
    Lehf n ^ "'tor Hiisch Adler.
    o
    TEMPI E iSn^i '87 vl '9th <
    Rrf < in. Ral I II -"h R Naro'
    Cantor Jaco;> toln
    320 Pa'ermo ave
    VOUNQ ISRAEL. 90 IN E ITtSt at.
    Ortnoi-ix Raobl S'-eiw.r htaubar.
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    Friday, luiy 21. 196]
    Capitol Spotlight:
    By MILTON FR1S0V.AS
    Military Feels Affinity for Israel-Not State Dep't.
    Was -." '
    DESPITE A COVERT S lartment bid
    Arab favor by "1< ikil lerael sh W I
    use its funds to finance Arab refugee repatr
    rather than rocket research, Israel"! multi-stage
    rocket achievement made a cosmic hit with the
    National Aeronautics and Space Agency and the
    U.S. Defense Department.
    U.S. military forces, influenced by Gen S. L. A
    Marshall and others, have long had an aftmitv I
    Israel. West Point and the Naval Academy
    assessments of world armies, laud Israeli tactical
    achievements Sine several Arab ire armed
    with Soviet weapons me ITS officers i
    the Egyptians' failure to territcrj
    against Rommel's v. i legions, the ^mer in
    tary establishment la< r the A
    Israel's Sinai victor) is studied b> S
    armored forces
    Fort Hennin. a 5 military posts
    warml} received Isra Yet w hen
    Israel attempts to purchase arms ol types unavail
    able from Franc< and Britain the Israelis iften
    await export licenses thai never seem to obtain
    final approval The licenses remain "under study"
    as years pass and administrations cha
    But militarv sources are quick to point out the
    fact that all arms export licenses must obtain final
    approval from the State Department Even if equip-
    ment i- gathering dust in huge arsenals, the mili-
    tary men cannot release it without State Depart
    ment export licenses
    When Israels rocket male the headlines, off!
    cials of both NASA and th.- Pentagon indicated both
    surprise and pleasure at Israel's technological pro-
    grew
    Why did a different response come from the
    State Department"' The Department is currently
    obsessed with portents of the coming summit con
    ferer.ee" of "neutral'" nations in Yugoslavia. Prea
    ident Nasser of the I'AR. along with Yugoslavia's
    Tito and Cuba's Castro, will chart a course for over
    a score of nations Many are Moslem states
    The Department envisages a "fluid policy" for
    the Middle East to lure the UAR and other Arab
    nations from the Communist bloc Mindful of the
    many new nations that have emerged in Africa,
    some Islamic, the Department is preparing for the*
    September session of the United Nations General
    Assembly
    It has been facetiously suggested here that
    Israel split itself into three separate republic-
    enhance its "bloc" \ >!ing power at the UN A
    United Nations tisfenin? Pf: By SAUl CARSON
    Russian Jewry at UN
    H
    United \j
    |ERE IS ANOTHER chapter :
    conl the
    IUNthai par! the UN which unlike
    i threats
    iBerlir Deadlines
    There
    I human rights, oi Jews
    [capth
    i- no "new-; Value" in such Items m the judgment of m
    media dealing in h> a
    But in Russia alone there are still three mil
    persecuted yet kept from emigi ind the
    Declaration of Human Rights, j glowing statement >; a ip -
    still ha.- no legal internation ilthough it u
    ed by the General Assembly I
    vote back in 1948.
    Fortunately, these D while being kept Jre".:>
    well hidden by most new- me ire -till on the
    here And Secretarj Gei Ham marsh jold ha- ju--.
    drawn attention to th<..... vrwithout nan
    Russia, of course, with whom tie has ''nou^ti trouble
    other front -
    Hammarskjold has just lent Mil two formal notes, re
    minding the (leneral A ibout human rights an i
    :'bout a draft declaration m the right .*. asylum
    TheM- issues he reminded th I 'leg ites, must com.' bel ire
    the next Assembly which will convene :n Septemb
    That draft declaration in the right- ol asylum a,.
    first discussed by the Comm -- m Human Rl
    1957. It w jS placed on the \ Wj
    -wept under the rug with a resolution calling tor l<
    on the declaration at the next --- in
    How doe- that right ol asylum affect Russian Jewry?
    One of the clauses in that leclaration quote- trom the In,
    versal Declaration of Human Rights, a- follow- Every-
    one has the right to leave any country, including his own,
    I '! -econd operative
    . republ
    . would have three stead cf Isi
    ballot
    The likelihood that President Kenned) will
    with Nasser in the United States this aut
    - {real However. Administration SUUMSU ins
    thai such developments, including even revival of
    demands by the United States for Israeli COmpCfl
    sation and repatriation of the Arab r '
    leak an anti-Israel policv
    Browsing With Books: By HILARY M1SDUN
    A Monolithic
    f* Michelangelo
    THE AGONY AND THE ECSTASY. By Irv.n* Sfn.
    664 pp. Nw York: Dobdav A Cm?n, Inc.
    S5.9S.
    IRVING STONE'S biographical novel "f : life
    Michelangelo was a monumental task Stone.
    author of "lii.-l for Life."' a metlCUloUSl) accurate
    biography of Van Gogh first pub ed in 1934 and
    -till attracting new readers, moved bit whole family
    to Italy and spent years in research tor this book
    He roamed Florence, retracing the oaths where the
    sculptor walked. spent another lull year in Rome
    and lived for months in Bologna. Si. na and Venice
    In Carrara, he had to learn the local dialect, "now
    obsolete." before he could begin working with the
    quarners to grasp a little of the art of quarrying
    marble. He also apprenticed himself to a marble
    sculptor. "Almost half of 'The Agony and the
    Ecstasy' consists of newly discovered materials
    never before published." he notes
    Out of this exhaustive preparation. Stone has
    created a novel whose background is by far the
    dominant portrait of the book. It is history in the
    most compelling terms, dark with cruelties, alia me
    with religious wars, bright with the powerful per
    sonalities who stamped the years Sixteenth -century
    Italy was a vicious, cutthroat place, rocked by the
    pas-ionate struggles of the city-state-, turbulent with
    the swelling vitality of the Italian Renaissance Art
    wj- j very public thing: and since it was so public,
    it was also very political The ivory tower had not
    yet been built
    These ninety years, studded with the gi
    Of Medici. Borgia S iv -,rila ,ia \ .
    thael, Cellini and the reigning Popes Stone h.-
    brought brilliantly alive But the ligure ol Michel
    elo hardly emerges from tin- panoramic canvas
    with any titanic -tatur.- li.- i lossal arrogance
    which earned him a smashed m
    jghout hi- 1
    pride more ; -,-
    - i-i inic humor ripples iuI like I
    - with no hint ol
    His col i treds. his
    ntracts Stone mi ntions
    sets to wril ractei The wh
    t ol i man to wh m th world was i
    as En
    moothed ver. flal |b |g*
    The >
    ind ilptini
    " i special inti i their cwi although the
    the irtisl .- .. the itoi i he-
    ather repetitive bj th.- uxth or eighth tin
    b iok !.- a better history than it :.- a biograohv
    lelieve is its ,w
    Panorama:
    By DAVID SCHWARTZ
    ; tmej
    \ I Aviv -aid >tn arrival that \
    changed since America ree j
    i ;, 1148 This assertion puzzled abser
    ers a ho have witnessel change after change
    Administration sooroes relate that Israel h...
    iti> received several huge loans and grama
    It i> correct However. this i- cited in the
    text of a defense of the WOOing of the Arab> j.
    "political realism" unrelated to American I-r i
    friendship Indeed, one official privately said
    would benefit Israel if the Arab bloc drew from I
    . iBim inists iw if I \menca
    a iken thai Israeli concessions
    ing -tc ol the \rali retueees i- ur,.
    Soth.i | il ^rab ^ mcessions on thi i
    I o intent n ol
    i ilul ix:i i f thi- rel
    in ol Isra
    ... r Isi ael i >- simple T i
    i l.ir |Cf
    Overseas Newsletter: By ELIAHU SALPETE*
    Last Word is Spoken
    Jeru-.
    ISRAEL ONCE OFFERED to ,
    * lOO.OUO refugees, but the offer w I
    not lecepted and only served to wne
    ippetite of the Arabs Later. I-r,
    agreed to release severjj million pou
    Ing of Arab bank accounts fr .
    in 1-rael -again as a gesture ot gold
    willand thi- at a time when Israel w >,
    struggling with an acute shortage of foreign currency wn
    the Iraqi* expelled UU.OOO Jews without permitting the a
    ven to take i traction of their property along
    Ne\t. 1-rael agreed to -hare the waters ol the J
    with the Arabs t > facilitate Presidential Ambassador Er :
    Johnston's effort to reach an agreement on the Jorii.i
    levelopment scheme And again, after Israel gave
    igreemeat, the Arabs rejected the scheme Mr Bshk
    ;> mited out that, what with the high birth rate of the Ar I
    ind the low infant mortality rate in Israel, it would
    matter .if Dot too long before the Arabs would con-tit
    a majority in faraei
    However the trans reject the idea of any paruai
    ItiOH of fUga even more definitely than
    hraelis lo Particularly, Egypt i- extreme in its posu
    f >r her the refugee quest I >n. while unsolved sen
    luble purpose In addition to the usual weapon agj
    - disconl ,, ii
    ' :" to as a weapon agasast >tn*
    ind hiel sp ikeaman
    ro daily icfeniug I
    - i the extent of a
    and giving
    V
    Israi r< that all I
    i up ti resoha I lesti
    posed m ii hui i

    refei me
    lent Bourguiba which despne
    i refereaee to
    reen the trabs and Israel \
    ' rh' i- that Pale-tineall ol Palest
    I to ind we are not prepared tonegot
    N : turn to it, then -nai: retu
    d the -itate of Israel
    The Trouble is
    CEN. GOLDWATER if tritooa onci
    tried to plaj joll it in exclusivi
    l "S Tr>-. we Ion j a Imit Jew
    "Well." -aid "lie S li Til pla<
    i' h iles (of the n hole i) \i;
    father was Jewish but ny
    asnl '
    The Senator lays it'l | |00fJ story
    but it never happened Goldwater .- theTTTui
    lawish blood who wama to have some lenoui ,uptKr for
    'he Presidency He ha- an almo-t fanatical toUowmg
    amont} conservative-
    Jews are Politically Shy
    Being half a Jew dosen t seem to hurt one politically
    Right now. in New York, there is a hit play. "Fiorello "
    it II about a politician far more to the left of (ioldwate-
    and to return to his country
    graph of the declaration states
    "The situation of persons who are forced to leave their
    men or another country been-- ,f persecution or wed
    founded fear of persecution is of concern to the Inter-
    national community."
    There is no doubt among many here that in th ', |M"?" more t0 tne f Goldwater,
    clauses, the right of Russian Jews to em.gra e are guarln Zt SS ^ "'T^ 5?^ f a" unusu-1
    teed as a right "of concern to the mternauonaf v* PriT *, *^P* haVe bwn ^"""^ <>r the
    munity." auonai c,tn ^.ce Pre-idency of the United States or even the Pre*.
    To some diplomats here, it is important to note that jS"' ^ FlnlU> U Guanila was ^ a *> P^ceat
    m^st more sensational developments, basic human riht_^ ^
    are not forgotten nUman "**** *> 50 percent Jew ems to be okay poliUcaUy Ai>
    parently, like vodka or Carbon. wme^JeoSle ca0 take a
    light Hut per hap* there i, ao
    'Klu-ion
    I' mav Simpl) be thai the MO percent Jew i- polit. I
    lie has j feeling that he anil encounter prejud
    ' will Hut. ii he faced up to it. he
    ible to ivercome it and even, on occasion, turn
    i Ivantage
    Like s.i Levitan m wlaaafmhi They aaf we I
    , r;' >,ln 'J>*d to tell the farmers in'wi-c
    Elect me State Treasurer and I will see that your m
    is not squaadered And they kept on reflecting the er-
    while Jewish peddler
    Down in Florida, they were continually reelectuig A
    Aronov.tz a, a mayor-in an area in which the Ku K
    Man is supposed to have a considerable following
    There la j hard core, to be sure, who will stick to the
    reiudices. come hell or high water. When Disrueli *>
    making his first race for office, soliciting one voter is
    received the answer. "I would sooner vote for the Dew
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    Poge 16-A
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    Friday. July 21. j^j
    were not me q
    ruled them out. K,
    There "ere questions about his trade union practices. And on nis
    political ambitions. But mainly thes were about th< kind of figure he
    has cut as a trade union leader and the quality ol ethical conduct shown
    hi a man who heads the most powerful union in the country. I don i
    think he liked the questions, and 1 an. sure he did not feel at ease in
    tt .- area.
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    IN DOING MY HOMEWORK lor the show, 1 not only read some re
    ports and testimony, but wont through a mountain ol press clips about
    H. fta covering thi past five years. What impressed me was bow m
    rated he has been Even some perceptive observers figured he was
    has-been, a man on his wax out, a boasting, vauntn figure ^ho would
    toon be buried and forgotten.
    The event. 1 am sorry to say. has proved them wrong Hoffa nVtills
    th< energj and outlook ol the tradition ol hardboiled action in Amenci n
    life, which hold, that you can be rough and tough and no! I to scrupulous
    l! your method*, provided you get results They see lif< as a jungle,
    thej see law as a trap to bo escaped they set ethics as whatever you
    ,-; n gel awaj with. The} work hard, have the right lawyers, and when
    difficulties come the) bull their way through.
    Is the tough union leader the only type ol man who fits thi- descrip
    ! i n? Clearly you will lind this sort of man in business, where he cuts
    corners and rides over anyone in hi- way You will rind him in politics,
    it the underworld, wherever .< war i- going on. You will imd him
    especially in the totalitarian type ol leader, whether his name i- Joe
    McCarthy or Nikita Khrushche>
    Why should we have thought that the trade union business would
    be immune Irom the operation ol such amoral leadership-'
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    THERE IS ONE THING about being a trade union leader that grvea
    such a man an ad\antage. however He can always point to an over
    riding purpose, to rationalize what he is doing, not only to the people
    but (I am convinced) in hi- own mind a- well
    The overriding purpose is found in the word "organize." II covers
    a multitude of deed- and practice- For himself, Hoffa want- power.
    in whatever form it come-. But since he must dress up the nakedness
    of this power-drive -omchow. he reaches out for something that will
    Lnk him with the history of American labor- strivingand the magic
    word i- "organizi
    It i- a -ad and curious thing that, as America comes more and more
    to depend on truck- and roads in the post-railroad age it shouJd have
    fallen to this man to organize almost everything and everyone that roll-
    on wheels. Organizeand control. It is even sadder to put him. as a
    man and leader, alongside men like dumpers and Lewis. Hillman and
    Murray, and reflect on what has happened to the tradition union leader
    ship.
    I have heard some people try to equate Hoffa with John 1. Lewis,
    1 cant go along The only similarity i- the estrangement ol both nun
    from the big federations Beyond that you are dealing with two differ-
    ent universes Lewi- is the la-t Ol the Roman-, a man ol commanding
    intellect, at home with ideas, who ha.- looked deeply into him-elf as into
    rthir- and has a long perspective on every issue Hoffa i- a man who
    found himself, whetfeei by luck or design, in the right km.i ol union
    when bii pow< r would count, and who has {one his amoral way to get it
    I SUPPOSE THAT at some point he will fall. In an interview with
    Roberl Green, in Newsday, he boasted that "w< i. going io -.ike over
    U> polii ty, Democrat or Republican, that the 1964 elec
    l don't take hi- brand ol pi n very seriously,
    nd hi often talked wildly about his political dreams ol grandeui
    Yet the remark bears te stamp ol the man.
    He is ridii he is an Overreacher He is so convinced thai
    "' '' Kennedys, the courts, the AFL-CIO leaders, the press
    -'' N an in a conspiracy to gel him. that hi- motto ha- become \n\
    G Thus far he has shrewdly survived and ruthlessly pr.....ered
    i does not represent anything .native or fruitful in American
    life And history is filled with men who saw themselves ..- vici n
    and thrashed wildly about for a time to become masters and ended
    unwept and un-ung.
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    caretaker government since Mr
    Ben-Gurion's resignation, which
    followed a cabinet decision to up
    hold the ministerial commits i
    Imdi: Mr Rosen had beer
    chairman ol that committe*
    Mr lio-en rejected pai ticulai ly
    Mr. Ben-Gurion's claim thai, by
    Lavon ol a charge that
    .i- Defense Minister in I9M he gave
    the ord. r which led to the security
    disaster the committee in effect
    "convicted" .. senior armj officer
    for the mishap.
    Mr. Rosen retorted that, m the
    Prime Minister wanted to find ou|
    who a> lually aavt the rlecisivi or
    der. he could have < ailed the un-
    named senior army officer to ac-
    count under normal investigative
    procedun it that had been done
    the Justice Minister said, Lavon
    would havi i" on obliged to testify
    The Justice Minister also charged
    that t h e Prime Minister's com
    plaint about the lack of validity
    ol the c< mmittee's findings on pro
    cedural ..rounds was not made
    when the committee was set up and
    began its investigations, hut only
    after the committee brought m a
    report which ihe Prim* Mu
    [( and distasteful
    At Sunday's Cabinet meeting,
    the Government was also criti-
    cised 'or the manner in which It
    inncunced the launching of its
    mteorch-3ical rocket, Shavitll.
    The Cabinet redded that, in the
    future, reports on experiments of
    international significance be sub
    mitted first to a mimnte ial com-
    mitted first to a ministerial corn-
    lie announcement.
    The session ol the Cabinet
    approved a series >l recommenda
    :i.m- by special committee which
    , xamined proposals restt
    Government sales ol arms to for-
    , jgn rountru Ont clause in the
    new recommendations would ban
    ;, .., u| Israeli arms to .. thi .. ;i the nation buying the arms
    from the one that had purchased
    from Israel would use such weap
    ons to maintain j colonial re.
    Thi- rule was proposed as a r<
    -ult ol recent reportsdenied both
    li . hail re sold to Pi tugal
    large quantity of Israel-mod L'nJ
    submachinegur- Portugal
    Ing to that report, was iid q *ia\t
    used the l-raeli origin.i1'
    .in.-: the m ment in Angola, Africa
    During that dJscutsion :
    m .: i-t< r Golda Heir
    that, in all previous .>'
    h< r Ministry was consult)
    !. e was 'he slightest
    It -in h a propo-ed .?,
    -aid. the Foreign Minis!
    11 such .. d<... wa- alwaj
    without question."
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    Says 'No' to Judge's Role
    \\ tSHINGTON tJTA) l'.-e-i
    dent Ay ub Khan inheated skeptl
    cism hire this week as to whet net
    hi- country could ac t effectively
    as mediator in the Arab-Israeli dis-
    putes, in reply to .i question lol-
    lowing ;.n a dress to the National
    Pre-- Club, where he was asked
    whethir hi* State, a- :. Moslem
    nation outside the Arab League,
    could not taae me initiative in seek
    ing an Arab 1-raeli ettlem said:
    "Ha> i you tru d : I i A num
    ber 11 nation-, he said, have sought
    such .< goal and got t h< i fn ers
    'nirni d Stresai Ibat tl i prob
    ii m v.i- serious, affecting the se
    ly ol ,'IJ ration-, and that there
    must be a desi e lor peace on both
    -nil .i- pen quisite, he add* d
    that there was no use "trying to
    act a- a busybody" because effnrt-
    might he "or.ly misunderstiMxl
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    ere t >a the fabled raj Mahal '.1 N .-. Delhi,
    ,, du an "''an border and a retui idsti I Israel
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    ered beautiful dresses, a r- i Murraj had lilk mo-
    . madi 1 -tievabb low prices Thej climbed the
    took ." ride on th.' Gai ind rode I anl
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    tin dramamine, and of the cam* in Bathsheba, thej r< n ember
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    lay, tl 1 will steal quiet can will
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    6 b Pa) tenant governor ol Divis r 16 and Steve
    uckor. just retu I from the I8:h annual in 1 aal Kej Club
    unvention in Phi .: iphia Visited ttlefield. Val-
    > Forgi and w ishington i C where thej received a warm
    and isa to the Housi of Represental from Dante
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    10 sons ol Mr- Celia Jacobson, of Munu wh took idvantage .-f
    enl trip rth to vien Gettysburg, WUliamsburg and the
    monuments 1 ittei m \\a-hington. DC Also visited
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    man of the National Community Relations Advisor) Council
    it the close of it.* annual planar) session in Washington The
    ive-week trip a!- 1 Included Nee Vork and the Bar MiUvah ot
    fcuusin Peter Tai -on of Mr- .1 sister ind sightseeing in
    < v> England
    Perennial visitor Sandy Karlan. <>f New Rochel N v house
    iesl again of her 1 11 and ancle Mr and Mrs
    I \ Bay rd F r-- order <>f business th< pn
    ncluding She ) Friedland, Patt) Pollak Linda I
    ind Penny Se| ol whom Sand) me!
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    ister Karole also a freq ha*
    d M Be ich High I the I inri has
    eturned to Paris I I tinu- her studii I at I
    summer, a remain there for her j inior year 11 her
    ; is not too 1 burdh In addi here are trips
    London, Venice. Florence, Komi Zurich, and a feu other places
    ne missed last yens
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    Daughter of Mr. and afra. David Ru this is her
    burth visit wil tunl Bea Mike Mersel her mo-
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    lith her fresh::: in ) ir at the I iu\ ; ty of Mia
    five summer courses ai 1 I nit rsitj Mexico
    Aln adj bi : Spanish ing Freni
    well as taki ;n art and ',:- week
    u i- navel- t> the many picturesque plai nteresl look
    native artifacts to -end hack to thcu iu) net* home on
    [aim Island .
    A summer a: ROTt school so far has ear n rifle-
    medal m marksmanship for Gar) -. : Mr and Mr.-
    toward Rrooks, if Miami Beach This ca idded to the
    trophies Gary has won for debating wh Beach High
    d th.- Universit) ol Florida, where he Dean's
    isl most of his ; pears there v -
    I c David, u. who will enter Beach Hi >'.ber \
    r-tie less so. broth by, 19. a junior a- thi 1 oiversity ot Ml
    fcni, recreation dh n tr .f Miami B< ich Polo Park for the summer
    SHI S-C SHI
    Post cards designs I to tempt t
    1: ..il over the world Joe Daltel m Nor lares to write
    i> "cold" there, include- tt ible Having a voider
    M lime" [da and Mike Forer happy thai tl < finally
    .made it to Israel.' where Miki tar a 35->e.ir
    Reparation Tneir -ynonym for Israel is Para
    eJewish Floridian
    Miami. Florida, Friday, July 21, 1961
    Section B
    Temporary officers of the Sisterhood of the vice president; David Mcrkenson, vice pres-
    new Temple Beth Shirah are (left to right) ident. Henry Hamersrr.ith treasurer. Not shown
    Mesdames Joseph Katz, historian: Louis are Mrs. Benjamin Srhwartz, secretary, and
    Greene, vice president. Louis Sachs, nursery Mrs. Faye Weintraub, vice president.
    school; Jack Somberg. president; Harry Burack,
    ... 1
    * f*
    *1

    At a Miami Beach chapter membership luncheon in the home
    of Mrs. David Berger are (left to right! Mrs. Sylvia Meyers
    financial secretary-treasurer; Mrs. David Berger. hostess; and
    Mrs. Pauline Grundwerg. president.
    Mrs. Reich to Speak
    President of District 3
    Mr- Alfn I Re i 1,
    will be gu 'si if hon.ir >mber-
    bi ag .. m< 'ni).;- part) given by
    Chai on Tuesday evening
    at Fu Man i'hu restauraal Mrs
    Rosenthal is pres enl ol
    the chapter, and Mrs Jack Zebiu
    ;- members '-p chain:
    Delegates Off
    To Convention
    -ate- 10 -!>
    ol Children As
    arch Institute and hlosp ll
    Bfl i lewish National Home f >r
    Vstbmatic Children at Denver 1 \ will !"' Mrs \. 11
    ' i) 1 '. r Of Hope '.
    and Mr- Sldne) Kiltermar. ac-
    companied b) her son. Fred, Miami
    Beach chapter representative
    Delegates w ll learn 01 new
    velopments in treatment and re
    thma and allergies in
    the total treatmentcare-rehahilita-
    t in an I research center for intract-
    able asthmatic children v.
    serves as a medical resource lor
    .!- .;:. it:, i uldren here
    Member Lunch
    Series Launched
    Firsl in a series of meml
    luncheons was held recentl) al
    home : Mrs David Berge
    lines! ot honor was Mis Mos -
    Dyckman, national president if
    Mizrachi Women's Organization
    The membership luncheons are
    in behall I Miami Beach chapter
    ol MlZrachl, national rei:.
    Zionist b I)
    Joining the ranks ot life m<
    her- || luncheon were Ml -
    Sams Is and Mr- 1
    Koch.
    At tting, Miami B<
    chapter sent 2 eetings to the n
    f irmi d Ha ih chapter here
    Miami Beach chapter meets
    ularl) the second w 1 nes lay
    each month
    ! :. Savings .
    .\--si. Lane tin Mall and Was
    ton I \ e
    Nexl member
    luncV..- i| the organisation will
    be Tuesday n ion al the hon
    Vr- Da> 1 Schechter, 651 J<
    - ave Miami Beach
    Musical program at the in
    lunch.. : he eai w fe il
    sopran 1 Rose Ro
    Einstein Group Hosts 'Coffee'
    p.. 1 coffee wer lion Yi 1 M ishe
    at a I t men ind women
    the Miami chapter 11 a / m
    iah \'- rl Em-'. tup, Mrs Oars 1. Mrs. S
    a) .v.uinu at Congrega- (.resident, welcomed the jut
    Temple Women
    Plan Institute
    i
    Sisl

    . .... ,.
    Sisterlv 0
    Fl Pier< I 1 Mum v
    members ti atti nd tin fund
    i charge of resen ations
    Aaron Kanner
    The general assembl) will b
    at 10 a -;i Scheduled speakers
    are Mr- Carl Ettinger. bo i I
    member of the Federation
    w.i. discuss Sisterhood's Relati
    ip to the National Federal
    Thnr Congregations, and the
    Shares Development Program,"
    and Kabbi William Sajowitz 1 n
    tor ot the Southeast Council of I
    Union ol American Hebren Con
    iregations
    Rabbi Sajowitz will discus*
    Southeast Camp Picture ami Youth
    Activities "
    M irkshop will begia at a Ju
    scheduled for 12
    Mrs K :rt Wallach is cha r
    nminu Mrs .i
    embership i< ader 1- 1
    revitalization ..i m<
    bership Mrs Joseph Ruffner will
    discuss
    Mr- Albert Reich
    iu-. m ti a ler of pre
    Mr- Willie t htelder. .: Wesl
    m Beach will acl as moderai ir
    Mr- Albert Reich is
    -uitant.
    Miami Lodge
    Slates Brunch
    1
    ler ol True Sisters will .... 1
    nch it the Algiers hote on
    We Ines la) tug 2, to 11 lebr ite
    1 rue Sisters Da 1
    ration ol the founding >f
    Order in 1846
    lots which now ha- .so
    1 cities m 1 oast to coast
    . .1 in a national m
    bershi e, the first m the 115-
    > of th.
    led a- 1 Jewish fraternal or
    :* carries on a program ol
    .nan philanthrop>
    1 -es nearl) a million I
    1 ill)
    rhis includes a national pr 1
    the Servi
    . 11 :- I .. ..1 philant!
    \.' 1 ol i:i.1i\ 1 ual lodges
    Mrs -.n.m of Nev \
    es .; >nl n I M
    S Shore d
    ach, ,- president of t1,
    -'


    Page 2-B
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    Friday. JuJy 21 !%[ j 1^
    Cook
    c
    ooKing
    orner
    Mildred
    G.
    Brlfin
    .,. broiled liver tor
    The pi ,,. ,,;...
    t0 ,.. n in lei
    Qav( i the lilferenl types -"'
    Itrj ao I calf's livers '
    ac!L .uJjl<-_:"-'.
    iver ha.

    a Iim oi
    .:
    . i j i a I
    all li\ t
    it less fin<

    ten ler More conomical
    utritious thi i I als
    be used I al are
    b re
    : ling and
    loam- ol what ever;
    have. Nutntionall, i- in
    cdknt source
    man of the l "1:ke ,rh'-'r :" '"""'
    dieter's delight Thl~
    ___ automatically <
    Liver in Savary Sauce
    1 lb. I "

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    r
    Sinai Medical
    Board Announces
    Appointments
    Appointment.* | > the medical
    board of Mt. Sinai I: ->y the
    board of trustees have been an
    nounced bv J Gerald Lewis, prea
    ident The apfxrintnertts a*
    the year ending June 1982
    PreaenUj medical
    board and reappoir.te i are Drs.
    William S Ixelr I reel >r of
    aneatnesioiogj lei lenson !i
    rector p Widrich.
    director rad Is G Lyt
    ton. director I and
    Ralph V. Kirs cl r pi
    moli
    Men ippointi I -t
    ram S Thor; strj
    and oral : '. -
    I
    I
    Sherman K I i
    tor. obstel
    ' .
    .tru*
    ->
    Folli i ....
    Memories of their rerer.t 5.x
    djy cruise to Jamaica will be
    enjoyed by Mi -.--. 1
    Meyer We::. S:;! NT 175th
    st. aboard the S3 Yarn: a I
    tag : ::-. Whars 7 m
    Weini ire c ired the
    JW mming pool deck :: the
    Yarmouth.
    I such | m melt '
    rec '..'
    ... However tfu the
    -nil remain enough method- flour and k unt utture
    i give liv r the large >,ut,bl< -
    the menu nutritionists tell j;.,. a]| k to the
    "aid have Simplv broiled. ., .,
    a> be served at once with sau r tlu '"
    ihrooms i gan ntil smo Cool
    in .: c ioke I ki d In iskel i ..- .., | |
    . irnato sauce Or it may be eneij v. ler to
    .diced and led sauces i r. and salt
    iwei t-and-i r ipeghetl to tasti v 11 l mushi
    n\ t\ sauce t u be. i$ our In .
    Choi rer of the pur
    - her liverwrusl ir iver saus.... ...
    iver may jl-o be tun ;
    i klv cooked pattii ...
    1 cup line, dry bread cm u
    2 medium large oil h
    I teaspoon minced pj' ,.v
    Salt and pepper to t.i |i
    n>se the membra-. (,.
    liver mod sRMl aiiti-sy .
    Grind the liver a
    ce, using tit
    \ the eggs, n
    per i taste bn ad en
    par; ej BK St r m
    10 patties
    ch i ken (al m a Iaru.- I
    ,\. r medium heat Br 11
    ties in the [al on both si i
    IS mmut. > ,,
    time The pattie -.,*.
    o- wit- ai n, chi
    I toeaai> sauce Hi ,*.
    makes Irom i to 8 ir

    i 10
    i
    weather b lk( I I
    r a pudding Incidents
    rer a Inch is usua :.

    Li*r Partial
    t.
    p
    Health League
    Elects Officers
    Community Center Campers Launch
    Second Session With Exciting Programs
    I it
    the second peri 11 .
    Greater Miami
    imps
    (houi Da
    ol Ml Sinai Hos .
    He i- a member I tl l- I
    staff meet
    celebrati. -. v ...... Kad ..
    me ioi: w.- led it i re visa amp newspapers iest VMHA Brancb
    cei -. the I'uo eater Miami Jew ... ...
    al loll**-**' (i! surjJc-*" i* I jmr> l .. wj- ont* )'. .rii n
    "' ..... .. rj !- Cester. a L'nited Fund and -,. k-ek
    da Kappj and ru- served n the n.'.i^i u <.- **k i i
    vetantar, stall f the I Federation igency. pro- schoolers. wfa made I
    Miam.med.cai-, Dr. Jack tServing as Uagija -es lea: for '< groupork^prsgarn paper and pa
    j Kalk was ,. coaMBgyear mU be Mr- Rob I through guided group .... paper Kadin .
    v.ce pr.-, ;f K?pel. '' r >***"* are J^:):[":~ JI1,'/ f*f Urec,Uo,l ,! "
    l>r terome Ben so secretary
    Mri Gesc N>uu :.r lent. Mrs. n Pal <. Eecosd ed and trained group ( m ....
    preaadent; ind Mr. Veil
    ical board are Drs .l.roH ^, ,r,. ;hjH v
    Klock. denti>tr> ai ral lurgery:
    iiitim s Goldma i, g tneral prac-
    tice; S Charlei WTerblou in)
    medicine. Hjrrv Kr..
    Camp, include Camp Kadimah. beri ol the imp la -
    S ithwest VMMA Branch. T21S sho.aswe is cook I u I Mac
    New rei tfduig seeretar] is Mr, Coral May, Charles Plotkin, direc- ibiad, .:: b
    W'arraa Whitua Mrv Marvin ,r amp Shalom Mum: Beach ing n/eeks
    Zuckerman will be thi ipor V'MHA Branch. :5. itj.. rd., fu
    gyneeolog>; William Star M : ln* ^^^ *. Mrs I I Pisktn. director.
    iard Minu rut. tary Mew K3'-,;
    treasurer will be Mrs Sard rd >u '*>"> -"v-'. David Eskenaa di
    kle. orth' |h- rj
    M Flemmg, neral irgerj
    .-kin. director. Camp Ma 'On:mt p.w' mt u*.
    Miami VMHA Branch ISO "" '"'^ f H<)me
    i >nm i". irdon. ar' | pre
    See Revue
    Jewi>h vAjr Veterans. &be Hot
    ronritl I'^-t 58 2 I &
    Beach, will ight
    Act. musil a! :-i^h-
    the Seville hotel on Sunda) i
    .1
    m
    tee m char e of arrai
    n ;b Snapper ;i children's groups havi -
    '.'lr-i Homes 8.> S'vv B7i ,. ected \- ind -he World' is
    - -' theme I the next I i iveek
    gram Each group w ,
    country jn represent .t> culture
    'hrough costumes ings, ^n < la
    "iagler Grar.a la Jew:-': Centei Uso being planned i:
    Pre-ScHool Registration
    I .....traneda :
    r^nitm ;-r-;--' mpVp";7Grei;. i
    "an of'the entl "" Jges 3 to 5 year*. Nur Park for the oldest boys ind
    1 ; ......ery. junior kindergarten and read g Kips
    '". 'n chargf '' readiness cia,se, ,-.; be pre- v Camp MaKa-Bee, the kliai
    The revue i irigina] pared by as lualtfied b VMHA Branch Camp special
    songs, -kit, and sketches star censed teachers Program this tention is being given in prepara
    ring .lack De Leon, T.rry Hi-. yeai i |e free tap lam ng I >a >f the annual camp shov
    Gene Allen, jerrj Newby. Lynn, rfaases ,,,ular cua Land. UJ.A." TUmblers. s
    Peal and Betty Darcey curriculum bats, clowns, animals musicians
    TETLEY TEA
    ASK FOR
    wffmpMta
    BAKERY PRODUCTS
    AT YOUR FAVORITE FOOD MAR!
    RYE BREAD PUMPERNICKEL
    CHALAH ROLLS BAGELS
    d'viai< NfMf YORK IAKERIES INC
    JE 17117
    and other entertainer, will perform
    tor the campers on Wedne-i.v
    evening Aug. 2, ..t the V*a Big Top
    j- ISO SW lfitth ave
    At Camp Shalom, the Mian;
    Beach VMHA (.'amp, special pre
    are being made t >r
    a
    MM Hm*M use
    rtfresriint caione rret
    A TtAOfTION
    IN JEWISH
    HOMES
    UNCE 1M7
    Ve there i Yon Toy p,r.t .
    * line en ..' g.vor crushed"
    for rullcH rgh ,od ,,.
    Uoon ncher taste o4 plew
    -re "* ">' fUithifi ind
    'lch.;$ and btiwer% ae|
    ref rehmm...
    Wtllll THAN SUCAS
    rir mo rooa vaim
    nwrd ..(..a t. -
    "c 4 m.- :Ji
    wsaairruD MMikTimm
    AT SOOO STOaUS IVMVWHCIU
    mdmmm ****** 5^*,**
    Deep
    rich
    mellow
    tasty...
    i
    0CHLESS!
    no other cheese
    in the world
    hits the spot
    ike
    GENUINE
    IMPORTED
    SWITZERLAND!
    SWISS
    CHEESE
    Rny it slicpdor in stiff
    tasty chunk today for
    sandwiches, omelet*,
    salad-*. ejUaipag for
    breakfast. lunch, sup-
    per ind icebox raiding-
    It's the one cttcese
    ev. |y loves for
    tr'it- t;i';im of Switzer-
    land!
    Ta'am
    of
    Switzerland*-


    1961
    *Je*ls> IbriUtr
    V. ;.r.en s president Mrs. Moe the BBW Four Freedoms Library, Washington,
    Los rVaejeloo, chcts with Sen Vance D.C.. to launch BBW's Homefront Peace Corps.
    D [nd a::d Ruffin Isaya. one of 53 a coast-to-coast home hospitality program for
    nonored at a reception ;n foreign visitors.
    EB Women Launch Home Peace Corps;
    Capital Apts. Opened to African Leaders
    Ey Ipaeial Report
    - H'rui B'rith
    [, new ly created
    i' rpa as White
    irtmenl lead
    p -dry for their
    efl to end apart
    e d 'n against
    ipton i the Nation's
    |' let ired Mrs Hoe Kud
    v \.i;. preudeiM oi
    rganuation
    irtuan, "First
    BBW members
    th> | S i:.d Canada,
    51 mgoteac students
    i .' in List wet k
    ' i .....m- Libra-
    itc the on
    I hiimc hospi
    i titon tr..in
    -- Kudler laid
    inned in the
    near future
    Her ipeet h to h jjh < helon {ot
    ernment officials top level B'nai
    B'rith Women leaders and the
    guests i'( honor followed .1 pledge
    h\ Washington re.il estate owners
    to open their "luxury" apartments
    * > \fncan diplomats and their lam
    Hies m one of the citj desirable
    residential section-
    Mrs Kudler praised Ambassador
    jagie Middle Duke, rrnn ol State
    I), partmeni Protocol, for "spear-
    heading the movemeni which has
    evoked .1 guarantee ol cooperation
    among prom men t real e late own
    era In the Haitian's Capitala ii
    -\ mbol 'i len 04 rat > tor peo-
    ple all over the worl I."
    Othe special guests .it the kick
    ii 1. ceplion included Sen V ance
    It Hartke i> Ind ai I Rep Chel
    Holifiel! !' rs ol
    Cardiac Hospital Construction Set
    ei era I con-
    the dom \ 1
    i 11 H lapital
    lb] Dave I n
    mai the barit) hos
    tnmittee
    er and buil let for the
    .1 a ...in \ Ber
    Pain B ich, at a cost ol
    To it ol the new
    ograrn ipon final com
    ll esti I at $2,500,000.
    Actual comtr-jctian will begin
    lm" 'y, as quickly as per-
    mits c*r b* ItaoiSj. Located at
    NW M rt. .nd 12th .. on Hi.
    |power Company Featured
    Flor 1 Power jnd Light Com
    tai 1 be fea'irrea in a miie
    ' t* renter jationa ulinary arts, Food and
    Bap tsition to be held
    Mi Mian Beach Convention Hall
    P" s pi to 23 rtie power com
    play will he the largest
    ' accordini to Herbert
    w'" reeotrve dtroetoi .>( the
    Of the 300 trade show
    ooths .liable 225 have already
    p. en 1... :w.,i 1,,. v|ll)
    site of the Sewoll State south
    of Jackson Memorial Hospital,
    the n--w facilities for the nation's
    completely free, non sectarian
    hospital devoted exclusively to
    the diagnosis and treatment of
    rheumatic and congenital heart
    disease in children will event-
    ually provide for 200 beds.
    According to Emmer, who h.is
    been associated with National
    Children's Cardiac Hospital since
    its founding mne 29 years ao.
    completion Of Ihe initial units of
    the hospital is scheduled lor next
    July, with occupancy expected in
    August ot 1982 Present site of
    the hospital, at OH W Pragler n ,
    has been purchased by the Florida
    Power and Lighl Co
    Designed by Architects Amoci-
    ales of New York, with Smith and
    Korach. ot Miami, as associate
    architects who will supervise ton-
    strnction. the new facilities lor the
    hospital will include an "Enchant-
    1 el Forest" garden. IdIll Milted
    as a play and recreation area for
    the young patients suffering trom
    rheumatic and congenital heart
    disease The existing seweii resi-
    dence will ix- retained and used
    by the hospital
    .he Home ronl Peaci I orps pro.
    gram; Pedro A Sanjaun, head of
    the State Department's Special
    protocol Affairs Section; and Shel-
    km Vance, director ol the State De-
    partment's office ot Central Afri-
    can Affairs
    Me salute Ambassador Duke
    fo hi- foresight and courage, said
    Mrs Kudler. 'while recognizing
    [the honor he pays B nai B'rith
    Women t:\ serving as chairman ol
    our program sponsors
    She added that H'nai B'rith
    Women members will open wide
    their doors to the Congolese stu
    lents, now studying English at
    Georgetown (.University, after thej
    leave Washington to begin four-
    year job assignments in other U s
    cities and communities The stu-
    dents are here under State Depart-
    ment auspices
    Sen Jacob K JaviU fR.-N.Y. I
    also serves as a spoAsor ot Ihe
    BBW Homefront Peaci Corps pro
    cram Other Sponsors are (i Men.
    pen William-, L'nder Secretary ol
    fo African Affairs Hep Wil
    l: iin \ Daw son, 11 -III 1, Hep
    i harks t Dlggs Jr l> Ml' h
    Rep Adam Claj ton I' iw. ell. D
    N Y '. ..mi Rep James Roosi 1 II
    . Il l Bill
    Iii addition to Mrs Kudler, B nai
    B'rith Women sponsors an Mrs
    Charles D Solovich, Detroit, Mich .
    immediate past president; Mrs
    Maurice Goldberg, Chevy Chase,
    Md, second vice president; Mrs.
    Michael Shapiro Washington na-
    tional membership chairman; Mrs
    Norman Marlowe. Silver Spring,
    Md executive board member.
    Mi- Lawrence Koenigsberger,
    Mrs Maurice Bisgyer, Mrs Nat
    Levy, all o| Washington, national
    representatives; Mrs Edward (!el-
    fer. Washington, vice president.
    BBW District :., and Mrs Irene
    Gold, Washington, president BBW
    1 Washington Metropolitan Council.
    Academy Starts
    Construction Here
    Leonard Rosen, chairman of the
    Hebrew Academy building commit
    tee, -aid this week that construe
    tion of the new Academy bui
    will begin Honda") on thi
    two and one half acre site at Pine
    Tree dr and 24th si
    Bask) 1 1 instruction I
    in setting up bulldoi
    other construction machinery
    prepar ng tor the grouri
    event Louis Merwitzer, over all
    i hairman ol the A* ademv 's b did
    ing -i said thai
    000 has thus lar been pi.
    for the nev building, Inch is esti
    ' d to I 0 I more ll I
    The Hebrew Academy, estab-
    lished 13 years ago as a one-
    room school with six first grade
    pupils, has grown to become the
    only Day School in the South-
    east, providing a complete bi-
    lingual educational program
    ranging from nursery to junior
    high school level.
    \< cording to Rabbi Mexai 1!. 1 S
    Gross principal, the new gel 1
    building will offer the Academj -
    more than 5(H) expected students
    a diversified curriculum int. ;ra
    ting Hebrew culture with an Amer
    ican educational program
    The Academj Will contain 23
    classrooms placed to provide con
    tact with all 1 ips
    Architects for the new building
    are the firms of Morris Lapidus
    Marie and Liebman, who !
    Page 3-B
    Home Show Planned
    - Gassaway producer will
    direct the 1961 November Home
    r- Show, sponsored by the
    i Assii of -
    S A. Darts-
    v. live director of I
    latton Scheduled t"i'
    \ 12 to 19 at Dii
    litorium tin- yi ar s ex
    n n II combiiu th<
    H Buil lers Show an.I t?:. N 1
    ANNOUNCING THE OPENING OF A
    LIVE KOSHER-iffspOULTRY MARKET
    Fines' Poultry at Reasonable Prices
    Undet the Supervision of the United Kashruth Association
    REV. J. SHAPIRO, SCHOCHET
    FIFTH STREET MARKET
    '49 N.W. 5th Street FR 1-0622
    Emanu-EI Men
    Slate Speaker
    Temple Em
    : ii an ipen
    night when mem
    Ite in a discussion w 1th
    igist
    in I pn sident, will o
    it 8 p m in the au I
    the Temple's Nort i
    77th si and Dii
    .
    Dr i lement Sie> ra I speak
    Par rhild Relati i
    War '- Pea e Qui
    the audience will fol
    \ w .". chairman I'r 5h
    R K.-pian will serve as

    ling and James C.ai
    architect ol Mian i
    I'., in (, a r 1 a n d
    '

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    best in values newest I i home trends.
    Use one of our Sunshine Cred t plans to shop the
    nicest way to own what you wj" when you want it.
    Shop mondjy and fridy nights mrart.. m*jm. bch 'til 9
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    Saratoga Springs in No Deposit Bottles. Order Some Today
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    JWV Group j
    Slates Meeting
    Members and veterans arc wel
    come at a rm-elinu of the Norman
    Bruce Brown F>>t 174 of the Jew-
    ish War Veterans on Thursday
    evening, July If, In the Alcaiar
    hotel
    The post anil auxiliary aid vet-
    erans at the VA Hospital in (Ural
    Gables and recently presented
    second group "t lame floor fans
    tor use in a mental ward at the
    hospital, as well as respirators
    which enable more patients to live
    II home with their families
    Under the chai manship of Hob
    Simmons, weekh parties are given
    for ward patients on Saturday
    nights
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    lris*IUrkte*n
    Dr. Irving Lehrman, spiritual leader of Temple Emanu-El. pre-
    sents Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Rubin, of Miami Beach, with
    the first annual Kfar Silver Award of the Greater Miami Dis-
    tricts of the Zionist Organization of America. Presentation
    wos at a recent affair at the Deauville hotel, which also mark-
    ed the 52nd wedding anniversary of the Rubins. The 300
    guests at the function included the couple's sons. Seymour
    and Irwin Rubin, and their families. Proceeds of the function
    were for the Mortimer May Dormitory at the Kfar Silver Agri-
    cultural Training School in Ashkelon, Is>ael. Program also
    included an eye-witness report of the Eichmann trial bv Dr.
    Morton J. Robbins. of Nashua. N.H.
    ^freater w rf/amiVmtf in '\Jheir
    d^iy liter ^/Icnrs Jhi* ^inunter
    ,Not e\er>orn feels it necessan
    to leave the area lor a summer
    of fun The Al Fosters, of 770
    \W 179th st.. are thoroughly en-
    joying their cabana at the Carib-
    bean and report that sen Scott
    ami daughters Cathy and MyrOJ
    an -uch expert swimmer- now
    that they are starting a school to
    teach fish the fine points ot the
    art .
    The Kober! Fitch Smiths-he's
    the architect couldn't wait to
    ' hack from a trip t.> Vermont.
    \o\a Scotia and Boston, to en
    oj ihr tin.' food ..; Kin^ Arthur's
    i o ii! again Seconding the
    motion though at other tables
    ">< Joe Harts ..-,(1 ir\ Adlei
    also a i.uild.r and lovely wife.
    He ene .
    Mr- Ethel Gerson, of Coral
    Gables, found her brief stay in
    th< spotlight a> chaperone for
    Mi- Brazil, exhilarating, hut .\
    ha isting The charming young
    - Mill name la Stael Maria
    ha Ibehla That last name
    ids "Dee," which -ii.- uses as
    a trademark in monograms and
    Pns win i she arrived b)
    plane with her mother she was
    i bj all the Brazilians in Mi
    an i including the Brazilian Ton
    sul only phrase ot English
    >ln knew was I love \ou"
    I t iri very sorrj when, after
    ''"- for 15th [.lace she dVln't
    ake it
    '-: md
    parties being gi en for Mi
    Simeon (Elizabeth) Stcinbach and
    Uarj ..Mrs Sol. Weinkle wke are
    leaving Wednesday via El Al
    I-rael Airline* for a non-stop trip
    to Israel where they will spend
    several week- From there,
    itinerary includes Athens. Rome.
    Florence. Monti Cattim. Venice.
    Milan Switzerland, Vienna, Ber-
    lin. Frankfurt. Hamburg, Copen
    hagen, Stockholm ovio Amster
    dam. Paris, London. Edinburgh,
    (iiasuow. Dublin. Southampton
    and back across the Atlantic on
    the SS Koterdam Two more
    weeks in New York, a StODOVer
    in Washington, and In.me in
    November
    Other- in the jtroup with Mrs
    Steinbach and Mrs Weinkle from
    Beth David Congregation lea\
    ing on the same tour ol [si ... I
    organized bj Shaw Travel Sen
    ice. are Mr and M:- Meyer Rob
    bin- who will later usit Turkex
    and Film;.. The Carl Bern
    hardtS who will make a -topt.\cr
    in South Africa where Mr B
    lived over 50 yean auo. before
    continuum ..n t,, Europe And
    the Philip Balm- ami Morris
    Altman who will remain in I-
    rael tor an extended visit befon
    \ isiting Europe
    Ban Offensive
    Word Meanings
    By Special Report __
    School dictionary definitions ol
    fensive to Jew- have been banned
    b) the Brazilian Government ac
    .,, a report received
    World Jewish Congress
    . i in New York from its Rio de
    Janeiro office
    T h Brazilian irder w .. s wel-
    i ,i bj Samuel Bronfman, i
    man ot the North \ tcan I
    .t the World Jewish Congress
    in a letter to President I
    Silva Quadros. ot Brazil
    The action ,>i Presi lent Quadros
    follow.- a three year campaign initi-
    ated by a Rio de Janeiro attornej
    in Fernando E Levisk) .
    lively supported by the i onfedera
    tion of Jewish Communities <.t Bra-
    zil and b) the World Jewish Con
    gress
    The two Jewish bodies backed
    Dr. Levisky's contention that
    terms definitions offensive to
    races, peoples and religions
    should be eliminated from dic-
    tionaries. The campaign aroused
    a considerable amount of sym-
    pathetic interest in the press, and
    in cultural, intellectual and poli-
    tical circles.
    Sub-ecjuentl\. national onteren
    ce of Brazilian publi-ho:* and ot
    Lions Clubs ot Brazil adopted reso
    lutions in favor ot the proposal,
    and four publi-him.; house- prompt
    ly revised their dictionaries
    The issue was successfully raised
    b} the World Jewish Congress a|
    ; the conference of Spanish linguists
    in Bogota last year. The confer
    ence recommended that Spani-h
    language dictionarie- he revi-ed a-
    proposed by the ( ontre--
    In his letter to Presidenl Qua
    dros, Bronfman -aid thai such ...
    tion. 'bearing the SUtborit) ot the
    President of the Brazilian Republic.
    will undoubtedly help eradicate the
    seeds ot prejudice that can be to
    detrimental to peoples' relation
    .-hip- and equall) to ., nation's pro
    gress
    There was no doubt B
    added "that your suifi r< -;. mse
    to the appeal ot Dr Fernando F
    Levisk) -.:- an example thai other
    .ns will fulliiw
    Making seating arrangements for High Holy Day at Temple
    Ner Tamid are 'left to right' Col. William I. Harris honorary
    president: Aaron Eisenstem. membership chairman
    Kahn. assistant financial secretary; and Murray A. SI rw,
    chairman of the board Dr Ben L. Fabric, president
    Temple office is open daily, 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.. and ev-
    7 to 9 p.m. Sunday hours are 9 am to 12 noon.
    I
    Luby Named
    To Bank Board
    Bank of Mia rei '..r
    elected S n Lubj "t M
    I | \ro
    let deal. II i '.
    directors
    Martin l Von Zamfl presides!
    and chairman, said Lub>*s election
    i- in keeping with the Bank ol
    Miami Beach's current develop
    men! prog am." including construe
    tion nf a new ten story bank build-
    ing now goinfc up al 17th -t md
    Meridian ave
    Lub a natue of Denver, Col.,
    and a new car dealer for ... rears
    opened l.ub> Chevrolet "t Miami
    m ISM He i> chairman ol the
    board of the newly-expanded Mi-
    ami agency, a- well .i. t'hevrolet
    agencie- in Fores! Hill-. \ Y B..I
    limore and Boston and sei \. .
    secretarj treasure >t s pence
    1 '" v rolet in DajrtOOa Beach Fla
    If you like
    Speak Hcbrtw'Chb
    \ S|x ak Hebrew pr !
    will hold it- first -<--i
    da) July 30 10 a in at *
    Hth st Member-hip i-
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    Eicluuvt O..t..bulor to. Ih. Soulh
    It Not Available at Your
    Loc.i Jobber Contact
    ISRAEL SAUSAGE CO.
    230 N W Srt. S.,..i. M,.m.. FU
    fR 3-0721 fr 3 4225
    Partj calendar crowded with
    festivities for future bri
    Loll> Marilyn Finer who will
    marry Tobii Kool on Saturday
    . ers hotel was
    i a l.ri.i.
    la-t Saturday hosted by her sis-
    ter Sheila Finer and Flame
    Nil I i: al the Ii iter -
    home ui Miam pink and
    "lute decor made a flattering
    tin- lovely b
    ''''' i -ilk
    Amon not-
    "i-.: ih- display ,,. |
    I
    i I Koota, moth, i
    ""' cup. \|, I'll
    he Finei the brideelecl
    ''' h r fir..re sisters in law
    Mesdames Irvii Mankes
    i ..um Mat)
    ' hask Maralyn Brenner
    B*ta Kamrn and Wendy Harrison
    Perfecl romani i fade-oul
    for the afternoon was the groom
    '" ,' s arrival with -t,u another
    beautiful f, i,., m> fu.nri.
    wife .
    ___
    Member- ,,t tne ..|(,.t| VJrXy
    were amen* the 25 guesU who
    "tended the beautiful luncheon
    '" Nancj Schoenfeld given i>>
    Mrs .1 Bernard fgfeirle) Spat
    tor at her home. 4500 \ j,.,f,.r
    son ave, on Saturday Table's
    centerpiece was a profus.on of
    pink carnation and red roses
    Yafi's to Host
    Swim Party
    Young \duit Friend- of Israel
    inized group for 21 to
    0-year-olds of Creator Miami will
    be hosts at a swim party Saturdaj
    evening at the Royal Palm hotel
    pool and dance patio
    Moonlight swimming dancing
    entertainment and refreshments
    "in he available
    Assisting Donald Kaplan prci.
    oenl will i. p,u| Raymond ,{,,
    thelle Schrold, aren Fre
    Marilyn Schuimmer, Jack Fried
    en Joe Meyers and Gil i; i
    port, executive director ol
    isl Organization i| \
    region
    Yafis me.-:
    and fourth f *> irsd ly of |
    :>t th. air-condiiioned Surl
    : H '".: H s>xl
    meeting ..pen t.. .,11 j
    n m a speal
    with dancing -,.i,
    ' on Thursday Jul
    "' 'l,,|,! on (hi
    tractive bride-to-be who ,
    '.hie raw -ilk sheath were the
    ho-te-v mother Mr- s:, \m,.,
    Stem ami aunt Mr- !>.,.;, Stein
    from California mother-of-the
    bride Mr- Abe (Beryl) Schon
    [eld aunt Fthel Cerson, and the
    nilure groom- mother Mrs
    Allan Feldman .
    On Sunday evening, Mr and
    Mrs Meyer Don. 6010 I'm, Tree
    AT. will honor their son Honald
    ;">'l his fiancee, Barbara Boder
    man at an engagement parlv for
    80 friends and relative.- at' the
    l>eauviUe hotel lnc^,M of
    tourse. will be the future bnde-
    parenls Mr and Mrs Mux
    Boderman. 6466 N Bay rd
    You'll love
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    CHEF BOY-AR-DEE
    CHEESE RAVIOLI
    Hear family, guests, cheer for
    that real Italian flavor created by
    famed Chef Boy Ar Dee Tender
    little macaroni pies... filled with
    kngy Italian Cheese...simmered
    with savory tomato sauce and
    cheese seasoned the real Ital-
    k" way. So much tastier and
    as.er than the frozen kind. So
    much thrifber. toocost* only
    bout 15c per serving!
    W GIST FttOS (Jr.
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    Kennedy Names
    Temple President
    Kotwrt II \ewman. pr. k '
    I. mple Belh Am ha- t*-e
    ed \--i-tant CBlted S'a'.
    ne\ in the Southern District bv at-
    torney General Kohert Kenne-lv
    NrvfflM, currentlv -. hif
    third term pre-ident >t I
    Beth Am. i- als> vice pre-.j. ,
    the siotheu-t Fedetatum oi .-.. La
    ion ,.i \nn-rican Hebrew .
    . at ion
    i post accepting hi- warn pa i vl
    Ited a- \--i-tjnt StaV- M
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    icy. July 21. 1961
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    Page 5-B
    ns of Navaror.e" opens Wed : I "nrib,
    i63id Street and Esmx T
    - ith a large cast .
    Anthony C th< rrtOT\ c! an
    t I World Wai II whi and
    i bee-a equa l<
    (.lazed Bits
    l!\ Barnev Glazer
    It was

    > Barbara Stai
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    '. Is N" j!l d .1 *
    front ol Barba ra I
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    replied 1
    tel i i this
    ii c> llenl
    Shori is thn w
    . acted i i will
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    p a\ ed [or tome ol
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    my Ins k,-- in ; i
    VWsn t Rod Serlitvj ihl
    AIB CONOITIONIO ---
    DADE COUNTY ADO.
    a sat jaw
    "STUNNING" If
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    SPANISH
    CANCERS
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    SUNDAY EVENING, JULY 23rd, at 8.30 P.M.
    SKITCH HENDERSON
    MUiK fWOM "THI JUfBUlfMI TWfNT/rS"
    STUART FOSTER, Baritone
    iSEIVEO TABIE CHAIRS $7 75 $7 75. MEZZ $7 75 BAICONY 51 25
    uM SYMPHONY Off, MO 1-49*0. MB AUDHOP.IUM JE 1-0477,
    Co.d*li. f 3 5173; Am.do" < HI Ml 14
    Skitch Henderson to Mount Pops Podium
    For Fifth Appearance Sunday Evening
    Skitch Henderson, composer-con- Henderson le with
    Mi
    r-h< n> Orchestra and the Cleveland
    Orchestra His radio and televis-
    ion work i'..". i from appeal
    on th< Dot McNeill Breakfast Club
    Show to the Vaughn Monroe Show.
    The young baritone .ii-<> has sung
    with !h< IV mmj Qorsi > and Quy
    ,;"*; pianist, will be piest an B cl Pops audiences will LombardoOrchestras
    :h. i 'nlversitj of Mi
    ami Summer Symphony Orches
    seventh Pop" concert Sun
    day < vening ;.t the Miami Bca
    litonum
    The progi .mi will feature popular
    luni from the era ol "the tweri
    In
    m is short in hi
    1 lint al
    I .
    Hoi I
    . television show
    is aiv piece ol --tir
    '. I tulated him
    Wll .i Othl r
    veai I" will
    ...... He's
    two -
    Joey B shop .
    - | c uled lei ourrt d
    " En I' I-faced
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    .: the
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    p .- .i- 11 .i


    Once i'pon a time, a fill
    rig fui i as paid I
    that hi i
    lors wi >ei < r vote
    \\ hit. II
    So recently when President
    K i led only om
    taim i li birfhdaj dinni r .it
    \\,.-! ington, D.C.. -\rmor\
    : id Vup! the
    .1- who isn't U-inc funny
    when hi U i Hint hi i
    snow ades Sen Jack
    K-iii edj .. no < hanee
    in tin i apiti!' His nanu Jerrj
    Leu
    #
    Steve Lawrence and I
    nut Grove al lali nted
    .iikI p thi y make'
    this young Jew
    ih cou| married to
    each othei i i ipan il ol
    boj world t<>
    be n bis !** appearauea
    with tie Summer Symphoni
    iuest soloist will be i ari
    ' v' isi F< rter, singio
    CBS rai
    Henderson, who will also
    double as piano soloist and nar
    ra'or during the program, has
    chosen s-H)s from the Roaring
    Twenties fe-r this concert. Se-
    lecfic s will Include such all
    '-,.: ites as "Valencia,"
    E -t Skies, Shins on Har-
    vest Moon," Limehojse Blues,"
    and senqs and dance tunrs from
    'Brot-er Can You Spare a
    Dims? 'o "We re .n the Money "
    i
    :
    ays tilted SI ites He
    . i rmcnj under
    ie 2,000 Arnold s< hoi work
    wood whi
    Members of the ncu I indi r Al
    n it 11 i ; Steri st ati e* U endi
    Sii Btra
    S.....
    and l es Si ia> itch. '
    \luri a> Sk ip Stai i bi rs,
    ..... I :
    --------------------- on the weeklj
    . \ Show i has
    I ymp
    mtei States, m
    - :.' i Si w York Phil
    ; i< ..:.. ihi Nat ... ^\ mp
    n Wasl a st year
    armonic.
    New BB Lodge
    Organized Here
    fin
    i
    Sholi BOO \M .
    nth
    tncl 11rector Arm
    Parents See
    Camp 'Follies'
    i an '.
    - ; odi r the dn ection ;
    Bh steii was the
    Y< huda Mi slu < amp ivir
    the program, parents
    thi i an pi ra quai Ii i and
    . pro
    A t to thi Si q larium t<>r the
    B : ur : I 11
    n of Scienci and In-
    ry foi thi r t np are
    lii 11> l'..ii< Iman i amp dii
    Stuai pr*s Pop
    :-im arances ude solo sii
    ; !. aukee s-. m
    Mariano Parra deft) and two
    member.- of his company of
    Spanish Dancers, along with
    singers and musicians, will
    appear at Dade County Ai c
    tonum on Friday and Sau:-
    dcy evening. Guest en
    will be Juan Mercadal, no'ed
    ciassicul guitarist.
    CARIB I MIAMI MIRACLEl ESSEX
    Opn 1 45
    Open 10 45
    Open 11 45
    Opn 1 45
    v. the i'i' ss i follow
    tiro vi >, Steve
    Stevi
    : i i! i.;.ii.-. fi atured on
    televi >n shov I
    runner ol Ihi
    thou rhc prog
    VUen told me.
    ; i ided
    - and I \ die *i r n t big
    nanv rid ol
    told Mil n "As you
    saj f i 'i Mli n. but v ho
    else cai wi gel t" do the i**t> as
    well
    Tin sponsoi conccnti ated f"r .1
    fi m but ouldn'l come up
    with .1 topper rhc kids stayed
    *
    Yes, 1 love Jack Benny, the
    ..c tor and Ja< k Benny in pei
    Bui 1 csn'l accept hi^ tele
    n show being presented as
    t (iii uitlu.it the < hannel and
    tin new -i'-'!" rs telling us il 1 a
    . 11 takes ten minutes to
    realize il been Oiown befori
    .mil thai fi .aid.
    The Anqry West where
    tuo mere piffed sQamst
    the Commanchesl
    TODAY

    STEWART fllDMABK JONES
    T..Q ROE TOGErrfS?
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    Open 1 45
    PLEASE
    TuRNtilAQ/
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    TODAY hf
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    Registration Here

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    irami Bistcrfeood, and Brother
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    pritual i '. ./ ,h, ,
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    rSln1Pi 0'l!eader8 Pittsburgh Jewish organization '.
    ww thiU^"n9"*."1* 0< H I Heuu Company whe:. they
    saw ,he new full coloi sound film. "HohdaVs in Isxae de-
    picting celebrahon of Passover and Shavuoth in Israe: The
    mi tSimed and rec<*<* on location in tho Jewish
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    lay. July 21. 1961
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    Page 7-B
    Km-rltarntinaty
    d'y
    uours,
    h
    ^ tilth -+~*pp
    Klutznick in His Fledgling Days at the UN
    iany women complain thai
    make up caust Um lr
    I k out It i- seldom
    t p thiii causes Ibis;
    I [i blame i- the lack of
    r ;,. i arising habits U an
    I ipl ,> make op io thai it
    \ >ur natural beaut)
    mi ortanl and equally
    t is k anting how to t..k>
    , <-. orr< <'!>
    a i. you lake your make up
    r a ck .ir.-inl: ( r< am or Io-
    whichever you prefer, Hub
    : in the palms of your
    ii bring it t<> skin temper
    i then using an upward
    * > work tht cream in'<> your
    . Wipe ibe cream off with a
    again using the upward
    When you pull down on
    '.,i >ou break Mown thf
    tl i- what eau-t sag
    . ];r i Pat or. Mllte -klr re
    i-r.fr or astringent with a
    >:ti n pad, again youi Individ
    .. this removes any t \
    in am and cli w s the pon
    n n ad) for bed [ i nlly
    --... some night cream mto
    . \ \ir> light coating
    cause the 11 am
    I .. '' nefii >ai for
    . V .1-1
    n H ad) to appl>
    fter the r fresher, pout
    is a light coat ol
    .i him .: cream or lotion
    hen are man) on tht
    '(I it i- a case ot 'i>in.
    i erenj bi anda until you
    I. hit d you like the beat.
    [EXT step i- the application
    "i .i base Since leu of u>
    : n w it h faulth m complei
    imooth,
    coloi and t< xturc When
    13 > 11 base, hold up diifei
    ki il ..! neil to your t.n.
    1 "Kin^ in a mirror Da)
    uht preferable to artifu
    in- You ill easily ht
    to n which of the
    11 1 lose l> resemble
    u ht tin r n l
    nk cast and w ht tht 1
    ark or loo light A
    two darker 1- prefer
    ivei better co>
    "i \< ish to lighten it
    tat 0I01 of powdt r ont
    howi ver
    immendt d to use the
    f powder as I
    the powder a| pi)
    igi Sinci
    t desirablt the 1
    ai in be a glow, ol
    from within, not a dab ot
    ilied on top 1 >our fact
    . 1 .1 an man) factors to be
    taken into consideration in thf
    rect 1 hi im r.t ot rouge, hut :'
    c rule ol thumb to follow 1-
    < -: He ..t >ourst!( in thf mir
    ror Where the cheek naturall)
    rudes should be here > 1 u
    ugl tl) apply thf color
    A touch of eyeshadow 1- also
    n j ortant Select a color that
    .'- tithrr with your eyea or the
    r of thf ensemble "'.it you
    art- wearing A little across tht
    eyelid, next to the eyelash, will
    give you ^n aiidfd touch of
    glamor To .1 v...<) caking in the
    creases try a ii^ht dustia ol
    i; wdt r over the yeshadow
    hefine your eyebrows with a
    ** pencil this lime thf color
    11 > r hair if you an a red
    i<... i>\ no mi ana use ; Mack
    int il Mast ara, applit 1! with a
    1 can brush, will cause your eye
    k lonj < r and thicKi r
    For thost ol ) 1 1 bo hi sit at 1
    . Mi mpl .i complete e< *n tic
    on b) yourt It .1 Baldi
    1 salon at \n> ah 1
    ... i i r..l i;.iblc- \.ht re make
    1 ..re n n ptimcntai >
    Mark Tisha B'Av
    At Beth Shira
    Membership ol thi new rempli
    Beth Shiran 1 1281 5 Dixie hw)
    will gather Sunday. 8 pm to pa)
    ' .' iti m a Ti '-.i i \v mi 'nor a
    . ki '> the mai lyrs n ordt .lew ish histi 1
    Rabbi Mori- A Skop will -! -
    cuss the men and womei who gavi
    their lives in defenst "t rtfligiou*
    and ci\:! rights ilurii 1 siege in
    Jerusalem n tht First c< ntury tin
    struggle lor religious freedom dur
    ing th. Maccabi in and Spanish
    pern :- and the I ht tor survival
    1 ainst the Kazis in the Warsaw
    Ghi tto
    tor Herman K Gcltlii b will
    i, n< the Kinos tht poetii
    dirgi s hul. rt cord tl
    whet lews 1 1 then lives to pn
    servt ::'!-. nd 11
    ious freedi
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    on their appointment!)
    By SAUL CARSON
    United Nations
    \t t \.o tl) 12 a m on .. Satur-
    lay. the sprmt session of th- Gen
    oral Assembl) came to a close It
    ' ai been ,.r. ardous, all-night meet
    Ing. At stake were a number of
    issues ol \ a-t importance to the
    world. Certainly not the least ol
    hi -1 issui -^..- the !..:< "I the
    United Nation- itseli The UN
    hunu in the balance on whether or
    not Uu \ -1 mbl) would vote the
    1 eii d b) Seen
    Hamn 1 rskjold to con-
    duct tht UN operatioi
    i hi Russians, bat ki by 1
    hei membet oany ol tht -< non
    unisl .'. 11 .... nsl
    Dag lhat 1100 mil
    1 he issue had beet ij t over
    in thi \--irt.\ budget and ari-
    mmistrative 1 on mitti t it had bei n
    debated hotly at an earlier plenary
    meel 1 ol the Assembly; finally,
    at dawn thai Saturda) the item
    came to a voto again Everybod)
    probabi) even thi Russians them-
    selvesbreathed sighi 'f relief
    when the necessary two-thirds vote
    had been cast, approving 'he l
    budget by a vote of :>- :.s. with 23
    abstentions The United Nations
    had won out. Pehn.d 'ht UN's
    fight tor its life was the 1 nite .
    >tate- delegation. *n-i generalis
    simo on this irsuefrom the f::
    in the committee until final victory
    in tht plenary -was on< member
    of the United States delegation,
    Philip M Klutznick
    Klutmick had hardly enough
    lime to re* from tho*e battle*
    *hn. on Monday, the UN Eco-
    nomic and Social Council con-
    vened for its 31st session. At the
    very opetino meeting. Foss
    Shanar*n, a New Zealander. was
    nominated for nSe presidency of
    the Economic and Social Council
    dent of ECOSOC is elected by ac-
    clamation. This lime, a contest
    developed. Jordan had nomirvat-
    tfd a Moslem. Abdul Rahnvin
    Paihwak. for the ECOSOC presi-
    dency.
    The principal UN representative
    ECOSOC, Klutznick, had another
    fight 01 his hands But when the
    vote was taket tht is ba< ked
    New /. alanrh r had on the
    l- ci i-i m presidei -) b) the hand
    some \ ite "f 11-7
    These are onl) two instances of
    what .1 full-time delegate to the
    Sations h.i- to do Recently.
    .1 Chicagoan who know- ol Klutz
    "1 k's many acti> it:- xprt M d
    fit at ion that 'Klutznick got a
    d< erved honor" b) receiving Presi
    dent John F Kennedy's appoint
    im nt -n (he permanent IS dele-
    1 ,,t the United Nation- The
    implication was that the p -i was
    .111 honoi .11 v 1 r 1 i ertainly, the
    Sf ri-ialuinx
    in
    Furmalj
    Cocktail Gown*
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    B'lJol Amr*
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    Klutznick appointment w..- ..
    Hut it is not merelj "hon-
    orable" il the term is us -inecui'
    ECOSfM is on ol the ^.x major
    organs of the l nitt d ^
    along with the Genera] Assembly,
    Security Council, Trustee-hip Coun-
    cil, International t'ourt of Justice,
    and the Secretarial Under
    !ii i.m n '- aegis art all <: the i :
    network- of economic and
    affairs ol concern to the United
    Nation-, int luding all of thi n i
    cialized Agent 1 -in h ..- tht \v r I
    '11 -hi irgai ratiot I Foot I
    ultun : the ; ni
    ted Nations I d 1 tional S< tenti
    fie and 1 ultural Org; lion, the
    a Bank the I nttt d Si
    ren'i 1 und and man)
    ernei ... gene-
    ral welfari of pi oj les and
    Ml of the-e weighty matters are
    now Mr Klutznick'.- direct respon-
    sibilities here.
    At U o'clock every morning, he
    re..thi- his desk at the headqnar-
    teri of the United Nation- Mission
    a! 2 Park ave. B) 10 30, he Is at
    the United Nations Prior to and
    alter sessions, there art delega
    tion conferences to hammer out pol
    Icy, Washington directives to digest
    and discuss, "social" events of a
    diplomatic nature to atten.i. where
    a delegate meets with and talks
    with dozens of representatives
    from many of the other 98 member
    statt ot the United Nations. A dele-
    gate's t"b is a fulltimi jobpluv
    American Jews who have
    knov/n of Mi. Klutxnick for years
    as national president of B'nai
    B'rith, as head of B'nai B'rith's
    International Council and, more
    recently, erstwhile general chair-
    man of the United Jewish Appeal
    he resigned from all of his phi-
    lanthropic and Jewish communi-
    ty posts to take the UN appoint
    ment are aware of the back-
    ground of this latest powerhouse
    brought into America's foreign
    affairs. Some, however, over-
    look the fact that Mr. Klutxnick
    is no newcomer either to U.S.
    Government service or to the
    United Nations.
    Mr. Klut/mck ha- served in vari
    OUS important posts under four
    Presidents He was a Commissio
    ner of the Federal Public Housing
    Authority under appointment by
    President Franklin D. Roosevelt.
    He was reappointed to that po>t by
    Pn sident Harr) S Truman Presi
    den: Dwight I) Eisenhower ap-
    pointed him as .i member of the
    delegation to the I2tb
    United Nat ons General \ssembl)
    in 1957 And now. be is ont ol
    President Kennedy's appointees
    here as one of the prime membi rs
    ol the Adlai Stienson ti
    when the General Assembl)
    i pt ned ii s spring session last
    March, thi i ci
    rtoi ii conferences
    between Mr Stevi nson and
    I- on i. n Ministi it n
    the U.S. deli Hot Iried
    to cut .I. Ass
    by elii ny ir
    \\ hal 'he lie i i......Ud
    not tell was this rh<
    to cut tht . as not only Mr Stevenson's t
    was a task undi i taken I
    tire U.S. delt including Mr
    K Milk
    while, quite pn perl) at the
    mom. nt. I ht adlinea > i nt to Mr
    Stevet t Iher Ii adinj Kirn
    !, lei ati ke Mi Klutznit k et
    negotiating ..'^r.K the same linet
    with Europeans and Asians, Afri-
    cans and Latin Americans, mi m
    bers of tht British Commonwealth
    and members of the French Com-
    munity the Arab bloc antl the Com-
    munisl bloc, etc etc Mr Klutz-
    nick lost many a night's sleep swal-
    lowed innumerable cups Of tea,
    gulped man) .. luncheon and stand
    man) .. chicken dinner during
    the course ol those vital negotia-
    tions
    The official biography issued
    by the United States Mission her
    states: "Mr. Klutznick brings to
    this position a wide experience in
    public and private business and
    admin-stration." The biography
    mentions Mr. Klutznick's subur-
    ban and shopping-area develop-
    ments outside Chicago, his work
    as the spark-plug in planning
    the construction of Ashdod. the
    new Israeli industrial center and
    deep-water port, his service un-
    der four United States President*.
    What tin "bio" does not and can
    not indicate is the heavy burden
    he carries here at the l/nited Na-
    tionsantl his success g| | diplo-
    mat and prime negotiator on be-
    half ol his Government
    The i ote on the Congo bui 11
    and the election of the ECOSOC
    president lor 1%1 art only two of
    the Outstanding achievements re-
    corded here most recently by this
    one member of the United states
    delegation who is u well-known to
    the Jewish communities here and
    abroad.
    Herman Named
    Bank Vice Pres
    Max Herman assistant mom
    officer at Flagler Federal Savings
    and Loan Assn .
    has been nan ed
    an assistant i
    president ot h<
    a- sociation
    A native ot Mi-
    ami. H e r m a n
    joined Flagler
    F f tl e r a I t i o
    years ago as an
    jappraisal a n construction in-
    spector
    had been in the
    home construction industry in Co-
    lumbia, O tor more than 2(1 years
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    hilv 21. 1961
    JeHMfhridlton
    Page 9-B
    lewish Exodus to Suburbs Has Slowed Down
    Ey BURTON DONNER
    Mara that
    io useful to
    | .. i i gel an article
    him could
    . i the rasfe ol
    l '.) the suburbs
    dot.. and a
    iid noticed thai
    i a i planning
    stitutiona Jew -
    , the whole
    . isual lorei
    exodua and
    , ml it One re
    ii \ nertcan Jewish
    , .. itrewn with aban
    u.- -. tomes t<>r
    - and similar
    io means on
    tir'ly pa-; history, for the nodus
    has -lowed, but it baa not Mopped
    in recognition of this fact the
    I'mon of Orthodoa Jewish Con>
    gregstioni ol America detibe*-
    let) built the bulk >)t its program
    for a convention around the shift
    df Jews to new neighborhoods
    There were ol course other prob
    lems and proapei h lidered .ii
    the Orthodox Union's recent 8 !nd
    anniversarj convention, but most
    of the sessions ir. one *aj en- an
    other pondered the theme "i su
    burbia an I its promises and perils
    for traditional in Amer
    ica
    \ wealth rmatlon was
    presented b> a varietj of -peak
    ei- tome of when; were forth
    rigtH in telling their Orthodox au
    dience- aboul the -m- ol omission
    of orthodox leadership in plan
    [Yeshlva University Moving
    gainst Downward Trend
    ii
    pen
    li lasatiel *>*
    '. iRK Samuel Belkia
    Yesjhm University,
    aunouneed a new pnn
    pet > major problems
    encan Judaism in i%i
    . ng seminarv enrollment
    .. in : i >r!a;e of rar>bi>
    ,lmi> plan- for a new
    Ordin itooa) fellowship
    bjrar- at the USUVOfslt) 's Rabbi
    hanan Theological Semi
    Belki.i -uid that t h e
    irw it the spiritual re-
    ii our nation is as unpor-
    y eraal program in the
    t nd uner technological
    "Many a if *_/vmirxJd young
    nan. ;<-t on i>ecommg a rabbi,
    las be deferred by the numer-
    ji fellewship programs offered
    him in the arts and sciences,"
    con) rued
    f) i \. Semicha pro-
    mi lent* ai Yeshivs Univer-
    | have a minimum of 16
    lew i-h education.
    rears ol eJemea
    hr si ii id [our jreara each
    hool i .: i ollege All ol
    it> ile undergradu
    tain lual programs oi
    jdies through
    ollege i ireers, attending
    ind m lence claases in
    sons in i .lew i-h
    oi ruiikt. Upon
    eligible for the
    progra i
    The fellowship program wrill pro-
    vide finanii.il support lor outstand-
    ing rabbinical students m the same
    manner that fellow-tup- are auard-
    ad in other areas. Df Belkin noted
    "It is our hope that, a- a result
    of this program, qualitied students
    will not turn to other fields a- they
    have done in recent rears," he add
    ed
    The decline in seminary enroll-
    ments is a problem faced by all
    three major faiths in this coun-
    try, according to a recent enroll-
    ment survey by t h e American
    Association of Theological
    Schools, which showed evidence
    of this downward trend.
    The second problem, Or Belkin
    observed, lu- been brought about
    b) the great post war expansion,
    with new congregations being
    established in the suburbs and
    cross the counto
    A limited number of the fellow
    -hip- based on academic ability,
    and flShtnCial need ;vi!l be avail
    able beginning in September oi ibis
    year, and each year thereafter All
    fellowships Will be t"r one ai .1
    dem it > ear but nt >newcd
    I he Semicha program covers a
    three year period
    Eligible single students will re-
    ceive $i.20u. and married students
    $: imhi (in the academic year Un-
    married fellows ;;i the universitj
    residence hall will also receive a
    $3oo total-cost dormitory scholar
    ship
    Government of Israel has is-
    sued a special postage stamp
    to obseive the tenth anniver-
    sary of the first issue of State
    of Israel Bonds. Bi colored :n
    light and dark blue, with a
    value of 50 agorot. the new
    commemorative stamp shows
    the figure ten surrounded by
    scaffolding as a symbol of
    the development made pos-
    sible with the aid of Israel
    Bonds, which provided close
    to S500.000.000 (or economic
    growth dunng the past ten
    years.
    mng for the tidal waves of new-
    comers in -cores of communities
    since the end of World War II
    Answers to many problems of
    the exodus were expert and spe-
    cific For instance, how bin has
    the -hitt been'' Answer From
    one third to one halt ol all Amen
    can Jewish families have an ad-
    dress now different from the one
    the) had at the end ol World
    War II Population expert Mar
    shall Sklare, director of the div
    ision of scientific research ol
    the American Jewish Comittee,
    provided the estimate
    Bigness .f Congregations
    None ot the three major re
    ligious groups has dene an ad<
    quate job oi planning to deal with
    the geographical dynamism" oi
    the American Jew. said Dr. Sk-
    lare, but Orthodox) ha- done the
    least He spelled out the lesson
    plainly "The future Ol tradition-
    al Judaism BS a parallel move
    merit on the American scene m.iv
    well depend on planning which
    effectively matches in intensity
    Ihe intensive nature of Orthodox
    Judaism
    To a leading Orthodox rabbi,
    w ho i- also spiritual le ler of a
    suburban congregation, the exo
    do- prov ides an historic opportun-
    ity in cut congregations lown to
    size, to strike a blow at "thai c u
    cer which is gnawing i il the
    vital- ol Jewish sun n al Rabbi
    Emanuel Rackman urged Ortho-
    dox Jews moving to suburban
    arci- to act to elimu ati
    and for all the bigness con
    nd the n -- ol
    congreganl from I n
    Ii aders
    Rabbi Ra< kman, a pres
    idem ol the Rabbinical C Kincil
    ol menca, also c intnbuted a
    fresh look al the picture with the
    assertion that m o I American
    Jews would continue to live in
    urban areas, particularly in the
    new housing projects which arc
    replacing demolished slums in so
    man) American cities
    Another development which
    Rabbi Rackman reporte i as
    stemming Irom the American
    Jewish exodus wa- the develop
    men; >! coterie- oi Jewish Or
    thodox intellectual- in certain
    type- of suburbs ansing around
    major center- oi governmental
    activity and scientific research
    He reported such communities ol
    orthodox Jew i-h intellectual- ex
    isted in New York. Washington
    and Philadelphia with additional
    ones certain to develop
    Indications that the shift to mi-
    burbia has produced losses BI
    well as gains for the transplanting
    Jews w as confirmed by Rabbi
    Rackman Me told the 1.001 dele
    yates that lite in the suburbs has
    resulted in a reduction among
    suburban Jews of 'he traditional
    love of learning for its own sake
    Young Jews in the suburbs tend
    to concentrate first on the beauty
    of their house- and landscapes
    long before they get into the
    swum ol giving chanty a- their
    forebear- did
    Suburban Iile. he reported, i-
    Utcreaainj the divorce rale and
    making juvenile delinquent- ot
    Jewiah youth "who are driving
    automobiles as they -houid not
    and even drinking as youth never
    did before Such losses in basic
    Jewish value- under the impact
    ot suburbia, he noted, were nol
    -imply losses to Orthodox Juda
    ism. There i- a threat in SUbur
    ban lit ing, he commente I, "to
    all ol the values which Jew- hold
    deal
    A New Trend
    How has suburbia affected Jew
    lab education, particularly the
    intensive and expensive kind ol
    the Jewish thorities discussed a pha-e ot this
    development They were Di Jos
    eph k.iminei-ky. executive di-
    ~T
    etinq of the Founders of the American Histadrut Devel-
    >monl Foundation in Miami Beach got off to an auspicious
    |ari v.-en more than S227.000 was pledged the organization
    'he :c:m of wills, bequests and insurance policies. Founders
    Miami Beach are seated front row (left to right) Mrs. Abram
    >*. Jchan L. Berman. Abram Fox. president, Israel Histadrut
    fomm:!tee of Greater Miami. Mrs. Michael Schwartz, Michael
    rhwertz. Mrs. Ehiel Lesowoder. Ehiel Lesowoder. honorary
    resident, Benjamin Levin. Mrs. Archie Dickstein. Archie Dick-
    *ecut;ve director, David Freedman, Mrs. David Freedman,
    n. Standing second row (loft to right) are Moshe Berman.
    Mrs. Irving Sachs. Mrs. Benjamin Talmadge. Benjamin Tal-
    madge. Mrs. Max Hecht. Max Hecht. Mrs. Nathan Nash. Na-
    than Nash. Mrs. Leah Notkin. Mrs. Simon Wilensky. Dr. Simon
    Wilensky. Mrs. Joseph Goldberg. Dr. Isaac Unterman, Mrs.
    Isaac Unterman. Joseph Goldberg. Max B. Astor. Mrs. Max B.
    Astor, Morris Shoob. Abe Wernow. treasurer. Miss S. Harrison,
    secretary. Standing third row (loft to riqhtl are Irving M. Sachs,
    chairman board of directors, and Louis Freed, national duector.
    American Histadrut Development Foundation. Not pictured
    are Mr and Mrs. Sam Feinstein. members of the board ot di-
    lectors.
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    National Sock ty for Hebrew Day
    Schools, and Dr. I-idor Maryolis,
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    Council lor Torah Education
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    cussed the question ol whether the
    Jewish day tChOOi -h'luld be a
    community or a synagogue pro-
    ject The Hebrew Day school in
    thi- country has been almost al
    waya a com muni t) project but a
    trend has developed in re I
    year- toward opening Oi lUCh
    -i hool- bj -y nagogues p irl i
    larl) in the new communiUi
    Dr Kaminetsk) note I
    -mailer communities do h i
    sy nagogue sponsore l day si
    and that perhaps t! ange
    menf works best in such a
    muriity Dr Margolis BI I >i
    such schools had undesirable as-
    pects for intensive Jewish educa-
    tion. He said that the synag jue
    school draw- its pupils lar
    Irom the area ol the synagogue
    and that this means less p i|
    fewer classes, p or a
    smaller teaching tafl [ewer pro-
    fessional principal- and generally
    smaller educational ai i o np sb>
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    Page 10-B
    +Jelst fhrktiam
    Friday. July 2'.
    Keating Questions U.S.
    Action Against Bigotry
    M ISHINGTOK r itin 5 the I ReP
    mouf Halpern. Sew Vork Ri ican, as "thi
    of discrimination against an An
    1 5< Kenn tl K il n ol N< '
    York q sti ned thi wt tl r th.> Ex
    doin m
    f Amencai ibroad Sen
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    the ex
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    ir for
    ISRAH rtlDtN
    St. Augustine
    Man Named ZOA
    Region President
    At the 24:h annual conl
    of the Southeast region ol
    Zionist Organizatioi <>! America
    he d last week in Hendersoi
    N Israel Feidei if S1 \
    tine Fla was elected president of
    'hi six-state region
    Peiden, one of the organizers ol
    the congregation in St. Augustine,
    is a member of the national
    Utive council ol the ZOA. and was
    national membership co-chairman
    la*t year He has also served as
    chairman of the Southeast region
    /.'> \ board ot anernor> and a-
    regions] membership and fund-
    aisina; chairman.
    Leon May, of Nashville. Temv.
    n of Mortimer May, national
    Zionist figure, was elected chair-
    man of the regional board of
    governors, and Melvin Olshan, of
    Birmingham, Ala., was elected
    vice chairman.
    x hijihlitjht of the conference
    was the presentation by Jacques
    Torczyner Ol New York, uho out-
    lined the program cf the Zionist
    movement today citing the need
    tor a reorganization .it the entire
    Zionist structure m th- U.S., and
    the cooperation ol Zionist groups
    here
    Preceding the conference was 1
    session educational semii at
    ring the important decisions ol
    the last World Zionist Congress
    Attending from Greater Mia 1
    were Mi and Mrs Herman v. pin-
    n.i 1I1 Mr and Mr- Max Parness
    Vcrk S
    thai
    express)
    vcreni ud 11 iffecti

    es
    Sen. Keating said the Admin-
    istration's new bill contained in
    its preamble "a watered-down,
    wseWened version of the Douglas-
    Keatfg Amendment." He rais-
    ed a question of why the Execu-
    tive Department did not use ex-
    isting authority to sever Arab
    aid and whether the new pro-
    vis.oi would be enforced.______Arthur Home Development
    Hi

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    Referring t. Rep Halpern. Sen imn-.-t ,:. : :.; of an
    Keating said a Congressman v\h<> exclusive residenital community in
    the Administration 1- asking to the Northeast section ol Dade
    provide monej ter ton aid and C0Untv has been announci
    other assistance project., in Saudi v Miami bu:ider Fred Arthur
    Arabia, is being barred from that be known as Embassj u>-v- the
    country Before additional aid is Arthur development will be u it.
    ted to the Arabs he said. the Muni.,:- Lakes East area
    "guarantees should be received Opening date ol Embass) H
    that American citizens will be per .ll be announced shorth v
    nutted to use the air terminals and declared
    other facilities built with Amer-
    ican funds That 1- the irerj least
    which the United States can do in
    its rule as the defender ol indi
    vidual liberties and human dignity
    throughout the world "
    Sen. Keating said the State l>'
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    jly 21.
    1961
    * Jen i it fkrklt tr
    Page 11-B
    Dateline: Spain and the Middle East
    LONDON ,jta Spain is
    xhiMting "a recurrent nostalgia
    tor Nazism.' and the controlled
    Spanish press is len tuncing the
    tdolf Kichmann trial in Jerusalem
    .i~ ridiculous and nausi sting ac
    cording to a Madrid dispatch in
    he Guardian <>i Manchester.
    The Guardian quoted Rodertgn
    royo, editor ot the Spanish news
    weekly, si' as litorially
    rhe \.i/i Fa* ot as bad'
    th Jews aai .1 them it
    . some perse< ition nf
    Jew und< r Hitler, the i ition
    ' the N izis bj I past
    16 war- -,.,- .-. f RIOTI
    l .
    Th* dispatch quoted Royo fur-
    ther as declaring "there were no
    e extermina-
    tion of Jws." and th* Spanish
    editor continued: "I have been
    in the German gas chambers.
    They were technical installations
    of the army for testing the sold-
    iers' gas masks. All that's been
    said on the subject is sheer fab-
    rication. The Jews invented *n
    Eichminn in Argentina They
    caught him the way you net a
    butterfly, then they indoctrinated
    him the way a clown in a second-
    rate circus is taught his role."
    State controlled i that it doel 'Hit
    iriah to reveal to Spaniards the. full
    horror of the Hitler era
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    \Goldmann Calls on Zionists
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    Amu it ." Zioni is had
    WASHINGTON ITAiTerming the Arab League blacklisting il
    Vmencan Jew- and firms "an arrogant interference with Lhe rights
    of American citizens the American Jewish Committee ha- called upon
    the Federal Administration to withhold aid '"from an) country which
    discriminates against American citiiens '
    The AJC's !> :: on the issue
    wa> stated betort the House Cora ,\ the law i inj \.....tcan, even
    rnittee on Foreign Affairs bj ,, ,h(. :; | ex
    lames Marshall, i vice president pedience."
    oi th.' a.ii' and former president
    V'ork t-'.tv Board of
    I
    : livered at
    i the Hotel
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    mist groups
    Imann said
    ie Zionist
    a-ii>nall> dlSt
    he i mte I States tot icy in
    In Middle Eas
    h.it I o
    riend I he Ires i the M
    ist
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    nts in An
    !. r\ mrh ul there are
    v i n j ion
    tetwei its ion Zionists
    mil move-
    nent coul i be I >; afl *vef
    all Jewish irgamza: i 'While it
    ii true. he said, n i i r
    it) !.>:-- i i ipport
    ip adi ii e" Israel il leas' J and'
    : ; it-.-it. are sentimentally, it naive to lelieve
    a malicious at thai th.' majority ^a- adopted the
    i ted on a Zionist program
    situation 'Th,. /.,.,-., movement." Dr.
    ...I and ir lewuh com- Qoldmann contuu reas
    ingl) important ta-K. lh \ m>r
    ican Jewn because the langer
    at growing indifference t> Israel,
    especiall) in the young generation,
    the danger >f com pie issimila-
    tion of i large par! >' the future
    generation which
    only b) il be [tied ip with Is-
    rael and bj the i d the
    Zionist concept <'. I i life cen
    lered ar n ; an
    gjars are increasing and make 'he
    ta-k- >: ; z n ivement
    mure j:i I 01 >r I rr;)e'a'. .< U) the
    United States and
    tries
    Emphasixing that he was not
    discussing the Arab boycott
    against Israel which, he fold the
    House Committee is a matter
    'or the Israelis to deal with,"
    Mr. Marshall centered his testi-
    mony "on the e**'orts of Arab
    League nations to invade, and
    thus prejudice, the rights of
    American citizens, because of
    their religious faith, freely to
    travel and ergage in commer-
    cial relationships
    He held ths ted States
    Meanwhile, b) a unanim ..- vote
    the Wisconsin Stati I egis il ire in
    Madison. Wise h is urge I I ie
    L'nited States Dep t of St tte
    to discourage a:i i a i
    Arab League Doy< iti -' '
    ican Jews an I i- i nsl h ru in
    firms ci nti illed
    Jews
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    possibility of en over a1 Jewish
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    many Jewish groups *"'* organi-
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    ay. July 21. Ml +Jeist fhrMtor Page 7 A l.$. Press 'Favorable' to Trial Proceedings rof YORK FTA v Hirvt* H I on i hroann inal •'•.; is of approval of -edlnga, the r • %  "^ bzim the IT || •-' i • >lifious V : "' >r lerani •' %  • lun kccord'9 to the 4--v|f. the ac t o Israel'* de:i* > put nan r en trial •*•• "ub fntially r-ore aH.r^srive than (alive as re!ec'epap* *"d m <3" • d '" %  t |, A c-rrr find.-"} d ic'osed rtM sr'fy <) tf, r r ** r '* formicable rtiir.t of good I for l-rael m-*j *• 9*"L; pretl even on o-'-sversiel „ e$ in which Israel's session rat initially *pp*i'~l %  %  :• In n i ich <>n HI or on ''• %  I newspa i In Uw •• ndi more trial ress %  • I'ommpnl on theK;chmann trial once the question of Israeli Jurisluin-n had disappeared after the trial >>penvd. r"lrtf.' H v.a> i i number \azi horrors demonstrated the end to which bigotr) and reciasn could lead. A second theme dealt with the world's collective responsibility Cor the Nazi atrocities A third idea, ei pressed in numerous editorials. I i(be hope th 11 the trial t not be allowed to assume the ot an .ill -.\ • against tier man) Newspaper* In all sections of the country underscored the importance of not reawakening national hatred that would weaken the Western alliance, it was found Editorial comment of the Eichmann trial was no indication of the individual publics tion's general political orientation. The survey found, for example, that the conservative New York Daily News y-ave unequivocal endorsement to the Eichmann trial in Israel while the generally liberal Washington Post A Times Herald opposed putting Eichmann on trial in Israel. The American Jewtah Con survey disclosed that the Chris ti.m religious press had expi .i \ %  riet*. of opinion ibout the at BABY TIME Welcome Wagon celebrates the arrival of each new baby with a friendly call—with a basket of gifts and congratulations of the entire community. Be sure to tell Welcome Wagon of the arrival of every new baby in your life. It found however, that the predominant and unmistakable tone' was one of "consistent if low-keyed hostflit) to Israel." The report found a kind of understated mimoaity to the trial." which it -aid was most pronounced in local -in papen sack a the Pitts burgh Catholic The sharpest Comments, the refMrt -aid COB •ered on the seizure of Eichmann the rigM of Israel to conduct the trial and the alleged spectacular acter <>f Hie pi However, liberal Catholic n lines like America and rhe i im li inweal 'editorialized in a vein liffereM from that ": the -.i" press again reflecting hversit) that maj be found among Catholic pubtii i the ort laid The Protestant press, it was reported, was "somewhat more receptive to the idea of the trial in Israel," although much of its interest in the case has been devoted to the problem of capital punishment, the report noted. One of the few Christian leaders openly and publicly to defend Israel as the proper forum for the trial, the report said, was the Reverend Dr. Reinhold Niebuhr, prominent Protestant theologian, in r\ editorial on Christianity and Crisis. Commenting on religious press •;on to the trial. th< \ ican Jewish Hass idie Jews Given Own City SPRING \ U.l.KY S V ..ITA. An attorn.•> for .. communitj oi rlaaaidic Jew in Ran >aed •hiweek that the communitj had obtained State Supreme court approval 't along legal fmht to incorporate aa separate village unler the name ot New Square Abraham Slansjer. the attnrm-y. laid that Supreme Court Justice I hn P Don.rhue ruled in support ; the Sect's request for an ord-r I rcing authorities 't the Rock land county town to comply with the New York State Village lau Under the order. Ramapo officials -t forward the Incorporation documents to Albany for action The ruling cleared the way for a judicial order instructing Ramapo authorities to certify a map of New Square and to deliver to the New York Secretary of State a certificate of the vote on incorporation which was held last Au. 3. The Ramapo authorities have 30 days to file an The Maaaidim have been fighting for a separate community .-< %  that they can is-ue their own vHlagfl orllnancea lo assure maximum con dltions for fulfilment of Orthodox religious practices. There are 53 Hassidic Jews in the community, totalling 69 families with SM childj ren Aioften the case in matters touching upon Israel, the ChT religious pr-" ha exhibited ma fh less chanty and compassinn than has the general pre It markebfe that r.-iieious w ri t er s -hould prefer logic choppmj iroadef moral speculation tha' I • Bichananfi case so obviously vited Tile -'ir-\ found mtj to the holocaust an innihilatioi European Jewrj inan publica i •rally and asserted there had been failere" bj the religious n the I S to have confronte impli it oi • r the Christian re ins world of the monstrous fad %  e Hitler peri' The Nee.ro press, which the reM -aid usually manifeeted a • rfintti i eaen e" tow ard ; %  ;. been hitrhly understanding" if the Israeli position, it was noted. The report not'-d an almost mplo'e lack of interest" in the 'rial by American veterans or.lanirttion publications, as I raster! v.ith the deep concern m the Kichmann trial -hown by i -t erans' groups in Kurope Similarly i' was noted, the labor pr.. -hown little concern with tne of the trial The American Jewish that the most notor i?. .la*Pa of Ihf I matte frv had rushed to Eiehmann's defense i nsed the trial aI spnnsh-.irj >r | rfther • %  id oat FHA Official In Talk Here \ il J Harly, commissionei the Pederal Housing Admmivra last week told an audience A -ome .{ixi south Florida buflders and architects that the KM A would tivel) implement the new hOUS in^ law enacted by Congress ti move into action in all segtOTs of the national hnusint; field Introduced by E Albert Fa. In. president of Biscavne Federal Sav mgand Loan \->r. Hardy ad%  d 'he second :n a ser t rA architect builder • iored bj Biscayne Federal Hardy later engaged in an '.-. I irlong question and answei •-n in all phases of implementation of the new law 1'allot announced that Biscavne Federal has formed an archlti I rai ad\ ISOT) board, plans for v were revealed at the first meel >g held in May EAGLE, INC. ANNOUNCES A NEW SERVICE DRY CARGO TO LA GUA1RA, VENEZUELA VERA CRUZ & TAMP1CO, MEXICO HAIFA, ISRAEL SAILING JULY 27 & EVERY 3 WEEKS M--V SHIKMA ZIM-ISRAEL LINES FDR INFORMATION CALL FR 7 2645 and FR 34873 PIER THREE MIAMI, FLA. GLENN'S TRANSMISSION & AUTO REPAIRS SERVICE & REPAIRS ON ALL CARS SATISFACTION GUARANTEED GLENN MIKELl (Formerly at 1201 S.W. 8th Street — 12 Years*NOW at 40 S.W. 57th Avenue (Red Road) Phone MO 7-1571 ATTENTION:— Rabbis, (antcm. Nynag§j$of (ounselors ANSWERITE TELEPHONE ANSWERING SERVICE AVAILABLE AT ALL HOURS Prompt, Courteous & Confidential SERVING JEfferson. 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    lay. July 21. 1961 +Jtwist ftrsicfiftn Page 7-B Km-rltarntinaty d'y uours, h ^ tilth -+~*pp Klutznick in His Fledgling Days at the UN IANY women complain thai make up caust UM lr I k out It iseldom t p thiii causes Ibis; I [i blame ithe lack of r ; i arising habits U an I ipl ,> make op io thai it \ >ur natural beaut) mi ortanl — and equally t is k anting how to t..k> • %  <-. orr< <•'!> A i. you lake your make up r a ck .ir.-in L: ( r< am or Iowhichever you prefer, Hub •: in the palms of your ii bring it t<> skin temper i then using an upward > work tht cream in '<> your Wipe ibe cream off with a %  again using the upward When you pull down on '.,i •• >ou break Mown thf tl iwhat eau-t sag ];r i Pat or. Mllte -klr re i-r.fr or astringent with a >:ti n pad, again youi Individ .. this removes any t \ %  • in am and cli w s the pon • n n ad) for bed [ i nlly --... some night cream mto • \ \ir> light coating • • %  • cause the 11 • am I .. 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[EXT step ithe application "i .i base Since leu of u> : n w it h faulth M complei • %  imooth, coloi and t< xturc When 13 • > %  • 11 base, hold up diifei ki il ..!• neil to your t.n 1 "Kin^ in a mirror Da) uht preferable to artifu inYou i ll easily ht %  to • n which of the • 11 1 lose l> resemble u ht tin r n l nk cast and w ht tht 1 ark or loo light A two darker 1prefer ivei better co> "i \< ish to lighten it %  • tat 0I01 of powdt r ont howi ver immendt d to use the f powder as I the powder a| pi) igi Sinci t desirablt the 1 • ai in be a glow, ol from within, not a dab ot ilied on top %  1 >our fact 1 .1 an man) factors to be taken into consideration in thf rect 1 HI im r.t ot rouge, hut :' c rule ol thumb to follow 1•< -:• He ..t >ourst!( in thf mir ror Where the cheek naturall) %  rudes should be here > 1 u ugl tl) apply thf color A touch of eyeshadow 1also n j ortant Select a color that .'tithrr with your eyea or the r of thf ensemble "'.it you artwearing A little across tht eyelid, next to the eyelash, will give you ^n aiidfd touch of glamor To .1 v...<) caking in the creases try a ii^ht dustia ol i; wdt r over the • yeshadow %  HEFINE your eyebrows with a %  ** pencil this lime thf color 11 > r hair if you an a red i< .. i>\ no mi ana use ;• Mack int il Mast ara, applit 1! with a 1 can brush, will cause your eye k lonj < r and thicKi r For thost ol ) 1 1 bo hi sit at 1 Mi mpl .i complete e< *n tic %  on b) yourt It .1 Baldi • • 1 salon at \n> ah 1 ... i i r..l i;.iblc\.ht re make 1 ..re n n ptimcntai > Mark Tisha B'Av At Beth Shira Membership ol thi new rempli Beth Shiran 1 1281 5 Dixie hw) will gather Sunday. 8 pm to pa) .' iti m a Ti '-.i i \v mi 'nor a KI '•> the mai lyrs n • ordt - :.s. with 23 abstentions The United Nations had won out. Pehn.d 'ht UN's fight tor its life was the 1 nite >tatedelegation. *n-i generalis simo on this irsue—from the f:: in the committee until final victory in tht plenary -was on< member of the United States delegation, Philip M Klutznick Klutmick had hardly enough lime to re* from tho*e battle* *hn. on Monday, the UN Economic and Social Council convened for its 31st session. At the very opetino meeting. Foss Shanar*n, a New Zealander. was nominated for nSe presidency of the Economic and Social Council it:• xprt M d fit at ion that 'Klutznick got a d< erved honor" b) receiving Presi dent John F Kennedy's appoint im nt n (he permanent IS dele1 ,,t the United NationThe implication was that the p -i was .111 honoi .11 v • 1 r 1 i ertainly, the Sf ri-ialuinx in Furmalj Cocktail Gown* nd B'lJol Amr* PARSONS 3410 COB At WAT Opea Monday MJt* Til 9 U3r* $T. SNOfFtNC CENTU OPM *,. 4 f M d FrWoy ft TH 9 Klutznick appointment w.... Hut it is not merelj "honorable" il the term is ust by Pn sident Harr) S Truman Presi den: Dwight I) Eisenhower appointed him as .i member of the delegation to the I2tb United Nat ons General \ssembl) in 1957 And now. be is ont ol President Kennedy's appointees here as one of the prime membi rs ol the Adlai Stienson ti when the General Assembl) i pt ned ii s spring session last March, thi i ci rtoi ii • conferences between Mr Stevi nson and Ion i. n Ministi it n the U.S. deli Hot Iried to cut .I. Ass by elii ny ir \\ hal 'he lie i i Ud not tell was this rh< to cut tht i nt to Mr Stevet t Iher Ii adinj Kirn !, lei ati • ke Mi Klutznit k et • negotiating ..'^r.K the same linet with Europeans and Asians, Africans and Latin Americans, mi m bers of tht British Commonwealth and members of the French Community the Arab bloc antl the Communisl bloc, etc etc Mr Klutznick lost many a night's sleep swallowed innumerable cups Of tea, gulped man) .. luncheon and stand man) .. chicken dinner during the course ol those vital negotiations The official biography issued by the United States Mission her states: "Mr. Klutznick brings to this position a wide experience in public and private business and admin-stration." The biography mentions Mr. Klutznick's suburban and shopping-area developments outside Chicago, his work as the spark-plug in planning the construction of Ashdod. the new Israeli industrial center and deep-water port, his service under four United States President*. What tin "bio" does not and can not indicate is the heavy burden he carries here at the l/nited Nations—antl his success g| | diplomat and prime negotiator on behalf ol his Government The i ote on the Congo bui 11 and the election of the ECOSOC president lor 1%1 art only two of the Outstanding achievements recorded here most recently by this one member of the United states delegation who is u well-known to the Jewish communities here and abroad. Herman Named Bank Vice Pres Max Herman assistant mom officer at Flagler Federal Savings and Loan Assn has been nan ed an assistant i • president ot h< asociation A native ot Miami. H e r m a n joined Flagler F f tl e r a I t i o years ago as an jappraisal a n


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    lav. hilv 21. 1961 JeHMfhridlton Page 9-B lewish Exodus to Suburbs Has Slowed Down Ey BURTON DONNER Mara that • io useful to | .. i i gel an article him — could %  i the rasfe ol l '.) the suburbs dot.. !• and a iid noticed thai i a i planning stitutiona Jew the whole — isual lorei exodua and ml it One re ii • \ nertcan Jewish .. itrewn with aban • u -. tomes t<>r and similar ••• io means on tir'ly pa-; history, for the nodus has -lowed, but it baa not Mopped in recognition of this fact the I'mon of Orthodoa Jewish Con> gregstioni ol America detibe*%  let) built the bulk >)t its program for a convention around the shift df Jews to new neighborhoods There were ol course other prob lems and proapei H lidered .ii the Orthodox Union's recent 8 !nd anniversarj convention, but most of the sessions ir. one *aj enan other pondered the theme "i su burbia an I its promises and perils for traditional %  in Amer ica \ wealth rmatlon was presented b> a varietj of -peak eitome of when; were forth rigtH in telling their Orthodox au dienceaboul the -mol omission of orthodox leadership in plan [Yeshlva University Moving gainst Downward Trend ii pen li lasatiel *•>•* '. iRK Samuel Belkia Yesjhm University, aunouneed a new pnn pet > major problems encan Judaism in i%i ng seminarv enrollment .. in : i >r!a;e of rar>bi> • ,lmi> planfor a new Ordin itooa) fellowship bjrarat the USUVOfslt) 's Rabbi %  hanan Theological Semi Belki.i -uid that t h e irw it the spiritual reii our nation is as unpory • eraal program in the t nd uner technological "Many a if *_/vmirxJd young nan. ;<-t on i>ecommg a rabbi, las be deferred by the numerji fellewship programs offered him in the arts and sciences," con) rued f) i • %  \. Semicha promi lent* ai Yeshivs Univer| have a minimum of 16 lew i-h education. rears ol eJemea hr si II id [our jreara each • hool i .: i ollege All ol it> •• ile undergradu tain lual programs oi jdies through ollege i ireers, attending ind M lence claases in sons in i .lew i-h oi ruiikt. Upon eligible for the progra i The fellowship program wrill provide finanii.il support lor outstanding rabbinical students m the same manner that fellow-tupare auardad in other areas. Df Belkin noted "It is our hope that, aa result of this program, qualitied students will not turn to other fields athey have done in recent rears," he add ed The decline in seminary enrollments is a problem faced by all three major faiths in this country, according to a recent enrollment survey by t h e American Association of Theological Schools, which showed evidence of this downward trend. The second problem, Or Belkin observed, lubeen brought about b) the great post war expansion, with new congregations being established in the suburbs and %  cross the counto A limited number of the fellow -hipbased on academic ability, and flShtnCial need ;vi!l be avail able beginning in September oi ibis year, and each year thereafter All fellowships Will be t"r one ai .1 dem it > ear but nt >newcd I he Semicha program covers a three year period Eligible single students will receive $i.20u. and married students $:• IMHI (in the academic year Unmarried fellows ;;i the universitj residence hall will also receive a $3oo total-cost dormitory scholar ship Government of Israel has issued a special postage stamp to obseive the tenth anniversary of the first issue of State of Israel Bonds. Bi colored :n light and dark blue, with a value of 50 agorot. the new commemorative stamp shows the figure ten surrounded by scaffolding as a symbol of the development made possible with the aid of Israel Bonds, which provided close to S500.000.000 (or economic growth dunng the past ten years. mng for the tidal waves of newcomers in -cores of communities since the end of World War II Answers to many problems of the exodus were expert and specific For instance, how bin has the -hitt been'' Answer From one third to one halt ol all Amen can Jewish families have an address now different from the one the) had at the end ol World War II Population expert Mar shall Sklare, director of the div ision of scientific research ol the American Jewish Comittee, provided the estimate Bigness .f Congregations None ot the three major re ligious groups has dene an ad< quate job oi planning to deal with the geographical dynamism" oi the American Jew. said Dr. Sklare, but Orthodox) hadone the least He spelled out the lesson plainly "The future Ol traditional Judaism BS a parallel move merit on the American scene m.iv well depend on planning which effectively matches in intensity Ihe intensive nature of Orthodox Judaism To a leading Orthodox rabbi, w ho ialso spiritual le %  ler of a suburban congregation, the exo doprov ides an historic opportunity in cut congregations lown to size, to strike a blow at "thai c u cer which is gnawing i il the vitalol Jewish sun n al Rabbi Emanuel Rackman urged Orthodox Jews moving to suburban arcito act to elimu ati and for all the bigness %  con nd the n -ol congreganl from I n Ii aders Rabbi Ra< kman, a pres idem ol the Rabbinical C Kincil ol menca, also c intnbuted a fresh look al the picture with the assertion that m o • I American Jews would continue to live in urban areas, particularly in the new housing projects which arc replacing demolished slums in so man) American cities Another development which Rabbi Rackman reporte i as stemming Irom the American Jewish exodus wathe develop men; •>! coterieoi Jewish Or thodox intellectualin certain typeof suburbs ansing around major centeroi governmental activity and scientific research He reported such communities ol orthodox Jew i-h intellectualex isted in New York. Washington and Philadelphia with additional ones certain to develop Indications that the shift to MIburbia has produced losses BI well as gains for the transplanting Jews w as confirmed by Rabbi Rackman Me told the 1.001 dele yates that lite in the suburbs has resulted in a reduction among suburban Jews of 'he traditional love of learning for its own sake Young Jews in the suburbs tend to concentrate first on the beauty of their houseand landscapes long before they get into the swum ol giving chanty atheir forebeardid Suburban Iile. he reported, iUtcreaainj the divorce rale and making juvenile delinquentot Jewiah youth "who are driving automobiles as they -houid not and even drinking as youth never did before Such losses in basic Jewish valueunder the impact ot suburbia, he noted, were nol -imply losses to Orthodox Juda ism. There ia threat in SUbur ban lit ing, he commente I, "to all ol the values which Jewhold deal A New Trend How has suburbia affected Jew lab education, particularly the intensive and expensive kind ol the Jewish monl Foundation in Miami Beach got off to an auspicious |ari v.-en more than S227.000 was pledged the organization 'he :c:m of wills, bequests and insurance policies. Founders Miami Beach are seated front row (left to right) Mrs. Abram >*. Jchan L. Berman. Abram Fox. president, Israel Histadrut fomm:!tee of Greater Miami. Mrs. Michael Schwartz, Michael rhwertz. Mrs. Ehiel Lesowoder. Ehiel Lesowoder. honorary resident, Benjamin Levin. Mrs. Archie Dickstein. Archie Dick*ecut;ve director, David Freedman, Mrs. David Freedman, n. Standing second row (loft to right) are Moshe Berman. Mrs. Irving Sachs. Mrs. Benjamin Talmadge. Benjamin Talmadge. Mrs. Max Hecht. Max Hecht. Mrs. Nathan Nash. Nathan Nash. Mrs. Leah Notkin. Mrs. Simon Wilensky. Dr. Simon Wilensky. Mrs. Joseph Goldberg. Dr. Isaac Unterman, Mrs. Isaac Unterman. Joseph Goldberg. Max B. Astor. Mrs. Max B. Astor, Morris Shoob. Abe Wernow. treasurer. Miss S. Harrison, secretary. Standing third row (loft to riqhtl are Irving M. Sachs, chairman board of directors, and Louis Freed, national duector. American Histadrut Development Foundation. Not pictured are Mr and Mrs. Sam Feinstein. members of the board ot dilectors. rector of Torah I'me.-orah. the National SOCK ty for Hebrew Day Schools, and Dr. I-idor Maryolis, ( xecutive director of the National Council lor Torah Education The two Jewish educatord.s cussed the question ol whether the Jewish day tChOOi -h'luld be a community or a synagogue project The Hebrew Day school in thicountry has been almost al waya a com muni t) project but a trend has developed in re I yeartoward opening Oi lUCh -i hoolbj -y nagogues p irl i larl) in the new communiUi Dr Kaminetsk) note I -mailer communities do h i sy nagogue sponsore l day si and that perhaps t! ange menf works best in such a muriity Dr Margolis BI I >i such schools had undesirable aspects for intensive Jewish education. 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    ; u ly 21. 1961 +JmlstncridKan Page 9-A SCharge U.S. Bows to Arab Boycott BMslsrJ %  I ly %  Minister Sen-Gurion as special preview of "Exodus" in L v expi is;asm for fightinq qualities of Israelis L i \:\ movie. Left to right are Meyer W. Weisgal, proV Otto P "• nd Mrs. Ben-Gui'.-i. P.oceeisof b in Israel will go to the Weizmann Institute of Science. IFund Lauds JWY Resolution \pr. ad< | • the executive committee ol the Soecial ^ r resolution i ami if" ^atinn RatPQ it a %  • • ,Va hingtoi D.i II i %  he Jewish National Fund "fur it> | rision in establishing the Freedom • Isra< i whuh i.t" i ncmorate the heroism of the rican freedom flghtei in %  I th< i i i • %  ol demon a< (tout %  he • %  orld The resolution declares thai new forest ill stn ngthi i ;mnet ol the American people tii. citizens of Israel while aiding Isrsel in Its reclamatioi a king the d< i resolution requests mem bei "i the JVI \ and Auxiuarj 'to ratiwith the program devel in their respective itat to nake this pn ject a success Rabbi Mayer Abramowiti pres dent i the Greater Miami Jewish National Fund Council, lauded "the spirit of thi.s re so l u tio n ." J [tie FrENCH LICK-SHERATON Indu •.. > offering '< days and | night i ..• this famous 1600 acre ion l<: onl) $•! ""0 per person, tub* > %  nipancy, This special • — |) mi till September 1 — lul< • ;>'! meal*, gotl. swimming nd tenaia. Family Plan too. | msi k •!>• alp coaditia—d. For tfsaJ %  •* that confirm >h rait a$ rll a • ih* room in iunt ; *rconds, PUXS t-0961. ;HI R ATOM MOTELS ) '.o|. %  • n it :. %  • coast to coast m • U { A in Ma**., mj In Canada Continued from Page 1 A funds, and maintained by the United State*." "The document, entitled "Invasion of American Run'on the Part ol Arah League Nations,' made thes specific charges The Department of Defense rlefen • •! to Saudi Aral I • exclusion ol American Jews" al ihe Dhahran Air Base and ilso imp >ses ctions on Christian worship Saudi Arabia i hi Departm ml ol \gric i I %  • a m od %  ral oi "have a to thi • Irj i 'iv ne lb) •itizei i thai i arrj mi diti v the Agricultui '" t oi The contracts, .i r ing to he AJ • upl .'. tiling it I ra< I waters or | 'trans I The V: aCC he UC is ;n thi, tii the re hat American principles touted bj representatives of forign nents "ii Ann til l he dot imenl < ites th< hal Kuwait requires "that thi ib • "t Jewin tmerii in com ianies be certified b [encj ii the i S (e>\ e rnmenl In recent years, according to the AJC. officials of some airports in Arab countries have forced American Jews to remain in their planes during stop-overs in Arab countries. Although citizens who have suffered this "indignity" have complained to the Rep. Matthews is Speaker Dade Rep. C Carey Matthews rsa guest speaker at i dinner meet Ins, oi the Biscayne-South shore Optimist club Tuesdaj evening at the Lucerne hotel. U.S. Department of State, declared the AJC. "there is no indication that a forthright protest" was effectively lodged. The issuani \ >m Arah governn enl n porte idhei di i iminatory r eri cans IO car in Israel visa oi • denied Iran i a ."i tied %  i tii i tai I i • %  tend to \ 1 the AJ All these artI h a [act sheet %  it American citir. 1-rnp PAS ATC added "Foreign countries have no *wereign ri [hi to discrimui ite among Ameri As recent i i I dei '.'iha*. • ui lersi ired no -in h right is \ este m our i r in the Fedei i • That an; ther hoc d eri Co i tin:i rig %  i i d 5tat -..'--"_ i ol m i !; ri pelli i Heart Bowling league The Heart AaSO. ot Greater Mi ami initiated the Heart Bowling League la>t week at the South Dixie Bolo Mat Conpoaed of the lop bowlera %  the Miami area. th< League is one oi the many nine lions sponsored by the Heart A->n COME UP TO :\, DUNOIACOANISN HENDERSONVIUE, N. C. • KvjrNVA/ as Special rates thru NUlf W Aug. 27th, $13.00 ip per person daily double occupancy American Plan 3 meals. Children M daily each. Stay a week—pay for o days. August 28 through Sept. $11.00 up. 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    -Jmiff Fierifi-yr Page S-A Top Nazi 'Mercy Death' Doctors Still Teaching 3fcr KASt< MifN tur:t II WIIU RG h i A l: i during the Hil i .11 '.(I u chu : adi -\ %  euthanaeJa program, arc teaching medicine at three u German iimvTs.-. Der Spiegel, tbia countrj > lending MWI ma^u line, reported here thi *eek The men named are Prof Fran/ Kihn. of Erlangen Univejeity; Prof. Friedrich tlaua, of Munsur I'm versity, and Prof. Werner Willing er. of IfarbUTg University. AjCCOfding to Der Spiegel, all three acted ... advisers, between 1939 and 1941. to the T-4 euthanasia section in B:: IS I; "unfit to live One doctor Identified aa mem bee of the Natl euthanaaia team, Prof Werner Catel, reaigned re;entl> after being rxpoaa I tnother. rrof Werner Heyde. who until hw trresl tw > years age lerved Ji an tdvlaer to the F eoabeurg i m is now h Anti-Semitism Cited MUNICHJlA —The Bavarian Ministry of the Interior announced here tbia ueek it is DfOteating to the village council of the ret >rt town of Tutikin*. 15 milei from this city, because the village has U I Ludet Some residents of Tutikmq are also objecting to the plan to donor the memory ot Ludendorff, who was known as an anti-Semite. "With the Adolf Eichmann trial still going on," a spokesman for Kennedy Warned of Global Mariners' Squeeze on Blockade ssumes USY Post in Miami i-ime > Ureetor I'mwith ofHarbor America • •i-erv a •Trough iiber. • Rutohife %  week i• .. -• reg %  --. v I f •' %  '*• [ 700 C | ngregal is ui *menci jipol >vcr a mil Orda.ned by the Jews* TheeJlojicil Semma-y irt 10F2. Ra>bi IRutctiik also holds 3achelor Arts degree from drooktyn ixlege nt cams experience jr. ceded his appointment as director <>f youth activities of the N >r :hern New Jeree) r.-^ion of the 1'nited Synagogue In the summer .if 1957. Kabbi Rntchak U\i the second annual I'SY Pilgrimage to Israel, directing a group of agari in a six week vtait there On h i s return. Rabbi KuUhik joined the department of youth activities, of the inited Synagogue of America as national program diraator, a position he has jus-• linquished He is married to the former Dorothy Newman, of .Jacksonville Continued from Page 1-A :. in virus this interference il .i scrums threat •>> peaee awell as • i the tafet] and rights ol -.amen 'nat Dr itunche explained that the IN conM not ael on the protest -complaints were brought by mmenta The union leader -aid I>r BUOehe told him 'hat cur rently there were no such complaints before the IN \ ipobaaaann for Curran'e office said the blockading and boycott activities of the Arab countries had not changed since the agreement under which the picket nit of the Cleopatra was called ott He said the advent of the Kennedy Admini -: ration did not bnn^ any easing of the Arab tactics Mr t'urran informed President Kennedy that United Arab Republic violations" were forcing American companies to split their operations. BO that their ships would not go to both Arab and Is raeli ports, and that American %  Canaan still are subjected to indignities and threats it physical violence m that area Similar experience ha< been reported by unions of other nations He added in his telegram that "in the absence of action by governments or by the UN to enforce the principle of freedom of the seas, the International Transport Workers Federation would have to "consider joint action through its own resources, including the possibility of a boycott." The spokesman for Mr CutTao explained that the federation "wai ready, in the absence of Government action, to boycott the Suez Canal or Arab ships in ports throughout the world.'* He also said that aeveral member unions of the federation in other countries had asked their governments to protest IAR interference" with trading with Israel Mr Curran informed President Kennedy that he would report on his meeting with Dr. Bunche at a the Ministry said, "this is a r;,' unfortunate tirrte to pick von _• e'endroff s name for the road. I name is closely linited with a"* Semitism, and is en insult to the enemies of Nansm." Field Marshall von Ludendra widow still lives jt Tutzking, ind lectures on the racist theories wh i -;ie had helped her husband dovel>P • • • Ex-Nans Sentenced FRANKFl RT—( J lA—Two ?*Nazis, accused of complicity in the murder of hundreds of Lithuan .lews in 1941. were found "r.il.ty tb B week by a court in Tubingen af tf a trial that lasted nine months, and were sentenced \>< prim D ter Richard W'echert, 56, was sefenced to a term of four-ano-j half years; while Bruno Sen. was given a prison term of three and-a-half years. Both were fo^na guilty of having been membe-. of the notorious Tilsit Einsa": commando A former police officer jUSp I of havme participated in the killing of Jews in the Ukraine, wee afreeted in West Bi-rlin The suspect, Uaiis-Joachim Sommerfield. 4> I believed to have IK en a membe if an SS group that killed 1.224 Jew* in the Ukraine i meeting of the federation. July 3^, 'in Rotterdam. Holland He add-1 "we would like to be able to Monre the meeting that the (iovernment of the United State* is taking BjCtatn within the UN against these CO turned Arab violations Legislators Flay U.S. Sale Of Rockets to Nasser Continued from fe{- t-i C a I -srfid that ej-*i f Javn and Viper type rO Che fl ve:'* have already >* %  made i i number of -;. t) •> and %  recently relraseo a )"iwt lar rocket to S<:r these items :>-)• j reii 3?d as effective m i ~a "< 'o cbiection mas -a ie-i to export c< these rj;e-i fram • security standpoinr." 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    ~'Jewish Floiridian Combining THE WNISH UNITY and THE JfW/SH WEEKLY Number 29 Miami. Florida, Friday. July 21, 1961 Two Sections Price. 2Z* Kennedy is Warned Of Global Mariners' Squeeze on Blockade CONGRESSMEN CQNTtST STATE DEPARTMENT DECISION Nasser Rocket Deal Flayed YORK JTAl -The po -i ., worldwide seamen's the Suci Canal an i Arab • (I by .in Ann n an for the 6.500.000 n "i countries of the In : .,: sport Woi ken Fed i ontaliM 't m .i pn id< ..i Kenned) i irran pn udenl ol Maritime Union, who rr i the executive min MF In the telegram i r< port) the Administration. rorporatrd b> the committee into the preamble of the new legislation against Arab boycott and blockade tactics and against discrimination affecting Americans Of .! wish faith The IIIKIS Foreign Affairs Com mittee'a version of the bill stands in sharp contrast lO the measure %  I — pending before the Senate Foreign n T\Ff|f> ^ Relations Committee In the Sen.llCfltJv Wee?e ale committee chairman .1 A Fulbrighl is aewking .to eliminate even this year's watered-down clause The House Committee drew from previous legislation to phrase its stand against \i.ii> bigotry, ami added new language I he HOSSM \. rsion now states "It ithe sense of the Con: ress thai inasmuch as \< I he i nited States favors freedom "i naviga turn in international waterway* Continued on Page 6 A JTA The i -:•. Committee a^ k in a length) docu %  led lo s. i rotary ol Rusk that the I nited .suffering a ly and prestige" by to discrtmina \n: I a an clti/ei ~ b) '.I with the Arab In a comprehensive fact i up its chai >•. the I that the Arab League through activities direct Iflcei in s> i ia anil Kui klisl many American having Americans ol %  h i.nth among their ol owners, directors, or even .is iii \moricaii • I U > Jewish taith and lor lo disembark in some u countriea 3 Prevent American service•" and civilian employees of Jewish faith from serving at |r American air base built in an •b country with American Continued on Page 9-A JERUSALEM tJTA) Adolf Eichmann admitted in court hen this week that his Gestapo Bureau IV B 4 was responsible for tran* ; mittint orden for the hanmnc of .lews, the execution of I'oles. and the arrest of !*oli*h priests The ad m INK ion came as Attorney General Gideon Hausner. chief of the prosecution, continued for the seventh consecutive day his relentless hammering at th. ex-Gestapo colonel being tried for directing the killing of 6.OH0.0OO Kuropear. Jews during the N.i/i rcsime. Having made that admission, hewever, Eichmann resorted once again to "loss of memory." He insisted he "could net remember" how many such orders his department had transmitted. He insisted also that he had no responsibility for initiating "even a single one" of those murder orders. As to why the death orders were routed through his bureau — that was something he did not know, he told the court. Hausner pressed him into other admissions however Ihe pros eiuior _ot him to admit thai Hcinnch Hlmmh r, chief ol Hitlers ss the Nazi Elite Guard, had sum moned Eichmann lo field head quarters at Kiet in th. Ukraine lh< N../i> had occupied that city rlaMSsner tried to ; through that admission that. In October 1941. during a critical German Army campaign. Himm Continued an Page l-A He sau no reason why the ? Department should take up* 1 self responsibility for res1 Nasser's prestige" following Israel's rockel triumph for 1 • ful purposes, typical ol lewis voiion to science and learnii The state Department, in ter b) Assistant Secretarj of Brooks Hays to Sen Jai irita of New York, had BOUgbl lO %  fy the provision of American rock. is to the t AK and -; < cil 5 i d :l..ii Ki ael had 1 ^i>ei ted "most recently" with a si •. lar rocket. Hays said the 1 AR a. !o DUn BBC S4 el al sin.. I .1 lowr stage and Viper upp i rockets "f a type hit hi n. usi propulsion in connection • I'h various types ol research It it is our understanding th.'' CAR planned to use these U study meteorological .one. m the upper atm< sphen ncl measurements of wind direction and % i lo< 11 v According lo Hays this is What tne same type ol sCH experiment as we ha\c ourIves been conducting at Wallops Is. and a large number of I 1 ngn countries, notably Italy J and, most recently, Israel have also lamed out during and Continued on Pace 3-A REAFFIRMS APPROVAL Israel Cabinet Rejects Gurion Stand on Clearance of La von JERUSALEM — tJTA) In the faceol Prime Minister David BenGurion's insistence to the contrary Israel's Cabinet Sunday reaffirmed approval of a rcporl made to the Cabinet last Jan. 31, absolving Pinhas Lavon ol responsibilitj lor ., securit) mishap'' in 1954 The Knesset, Israel's Parlia will hold another special me< lo deal ith the • xplosivc lvon issue Then were predictions here that all ol the parties m the Knes tet. except Mr Ben Gurion s Ma pai Party, will lorm a coalition lo pjecl Ihe Prime Minister' to nullify the finding efforts i %  UM PARENTS Of JEWISH YOUTH THREATENED Nazis' Held for Detaining Children hi adquarti n en route M in oi Thirfecn-year assaulting a children, including Jewish boy headquarters and need :',•. Judge li C Creeger told the v./is th.it he considered the charges serious and cautioned tin m lo ob i.nn counsel Hearing was continued until July -*" rhreatening Utters and | (.Jls were received in Arlington bj W kSHlNGTON — IJTA) — Two The Nazis, according to the com ol George Lincoln Rockwell s N.,/, plaint tiled seised three boys who Stormtroopers" were arrested by passed thei police in nearb) Arlington, Vs.. home from Ihis week on charges of felooioualy old Ricky Fsrber, who is Jewish number of leen-aged was %  llegedl) handcuffed by the |3-year-old troopers, menaced with an iron pipe, and otherwise abused. The other bays, nor, Jewish, were askeii the parents of ihe 1.5 year old boy Held in Arlington county jail >n in M derogatory manner it thej Hjnnan harder his father show lieu oi bond were Nasj "HlonnU(1( Jewish by aboul t husky ed osae ol the threateninj ett troopers" Richard Braun, :'n and troopen who held them captive at be had received The missive em Nazi headquarters, according lo bJazeaoed with skull and erossbotiei ,h. complaint bore one word, "Juden." in i man. The threatening telephom Arlington police tipped off by a; c a | K n§i anonymous w< er. seven man ministerial committee that had cleared Mr L..\n. Mr. Brn Gunon had already told a special meeting of the Knesset, which is in recess pending the scheduled Aug. IS election*, that he considers that the ministerial committee exceeded its terms of reference and usurped a luridical prerogative But Justice Minister Pinhas Rosen countered with a vigorous denial of Mr. Ben-Gunon'S ch a rge. Prior lo ihe vote in tin I binet, Mr Ben-Gunon explained his • n-. revocabli stand which had led to his resignation and the subsequent fall ol the Kove nmenf Thai tep, in '.urn w.ibillowed bv the dissolution ol ihe Government, and 11 neeessit) ol neu electums. Meanwhile. Mr LSVOB had been sted Irom hi post as secretarj %  eral ol Histadrut, Israels \ %  t Labor Israel i, Been got.11 • ad by a Continued on Page ISA %  reaer&tioH Both reside at Robert Garner, 31. Rockwell's American NaaJ Party quart) is barracks' m Arlington Braun was ordered lo post II.500 while imposed on Garbi i As Leo Mindlin Sees It Page 4 A A Kabbi Speaks a bond ol $L0O w.s neighbor who witnessed the events in iht s;u. • wel.t to t b e NaZI Pag* 13 A Continued on Page 6 A % 



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    IgSSSEaS&'^Ssp Poge 2-A +Jt*i$tFkridltor Fiidcry. July 21. ]• Noted Civic and Philanthropic Leader Hamed New President of AJCommittee By Special Report N: %  RK — !• %  s Cai p it< rn< s has ass t l i | r< sidency of the jwisb Committee. Cap!an. who was cbairma the ( • itte s executiv< became the 11th president of tht prgj %  ,. ; th( Btb of its i, %  president. Frederick Greei man Mr cireenman. a New Vor^ attorney, wai elected last Apr. 30. B passed away here on June 26 Caplan, who practices law in Pittsburgh, where he has lived sine* early childhood, received &f iis decree at the University of Pittsburgh. He is a former presioent of the Allegheny County (Pittsburgh) Bar Assn. For more tften 15 years, he has been a member of the Judicial Confer • ••ce for the Third Judicial Circuit of the United States. tfos. Reich to Specie President of District 5 B'nai B'r.th Women. Mrs. Alfred Reiel v. I be guest of honor at a membtri u-a-member party given by Cf_. chapter on Tuesday evei at Fu Man Chu restaurant Mrs (•,'.. Rosenthal is president of tht chapter and Mrs Jack Zt.:r p chairman. i Comnittet live in thi yean H e of the i f the Pittsburgh chapter : rmer chairman of the Nationally h has served chairman of ts comirs ami budget and evaluations committees He is a : vice pr sid< DI ol thi zatiC>n. In I ittsburgh, the AJC chapter :i; established the Louis (.'apian Hum.r. Relations Award in his honor, presented annually to a stn;cr student in the public, pri \au and parochial high schools of Allegheny county "who has best demonstrated in daily living faith lul adherence and devotion to American democratic ideals and tht advancement of harmonious relations among his fellow men.'" Particularly active in foundation and educational endeavors. Caplan is president of the Louis J. and Mary F. Horowitz Foundation of New Ycrk City and a trustee of the Maurice and Laura Falk Foundation, tht Leon Falk Family Trust the Lehman-Epstine Trust, and the Halperc Foundation, all of PittsI urgl In tht educational field, he I btr of the board ol go\ ernors :•' Hebrew Union • e-Jew%  Ins1 tuu of Religion i • I the British Ban Communist Movie Proving Globke's Complicity DAILY PICKUPS TO NEW YORK M. LIEBERMAN & SONS MCCS'U ; \ L .. oW M LIEBERMAN, 5 0 \5 10UIS CAPIAN Propsie College for Hebrew and Cognate Learning of Philadelphia Caplan was founder and first president of the United Jewish Fund of Pittsburgh. He is • %  •* trustee of the Federation of Jewish Philanthropies of Pittsburgh, and was the first president eleted after the merger of that organization with the United Jewish Fund to form the United Jewish Federation of Pittsburgh. Ht is a member of the board of directors of the American Jewish Joint Distribution Committee and a formtr president. nOM honorarj president, ol the .1 M Gusk) Ht br< w Orphanage and Home of W I tern P< nnsj i Caplan served ui the United irii Worl '•'. War II. he wi •> :r.. '. nited StaU a Altornej Gen i mbt. of the H< %  •: •' ,n< kVest* f Pennayh He is a mei • %  • Mihtarj i iVan v. \ • • -The i Board of 1 refused this %  : c m M ., Him angin Comi % %  '' %  : Germa• > ; urp rtedlj I : '%  "' K,; West German Stan Secretars Hans t t ha.: : %  • proaunent Nazi and cxtermim lews The Bcarr. stated in lU re|ectiOB ol the film that the documentary picture seeme.i to have been made "for the purpose of damaging Uu reputation of an individual' Plato Films, the L-; German pvoduc lion firm wh:ch made the film, announced it was asking the London temple lion Sisterhood CitJ Council tt r a permit to show : the r-dure ir. this city n for th HOM in facl he c help Jew • while |l Mm the war nsists that the R Action i T.^,. shov ~ r iar> i %  Dr. Gl^hki piticipat Semitic ^Utj rtn t*i*n • %  said to reproduci, replica Of -he Nazi uniform urjj luring t k < Hitler period h\ ^ Globke. replete with Nazi decea, tions am rre< als. T: Glcbkt. principal aide to VW-' Gcrmar. 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    Per? 8-A -^i^rkrHur Friday. July 21 1361 Eichmann Admits His Orders to Hang Jews Ui :c ted z: the Sterling hotel after 58 years are Louis R. Raskas and Rabbi Henry Guterman, of Scranton. Pa. In 1903. an .".-:•--?rican boy c: 12. Raskcs was sent by his parent -?r Yeshiva in Lithuania to prepare for Bar Mitzvch. years of age and an upperclassman in the Yeshiva, -b. 3ut?rmcn was put in charae of instructing young Ras. Today, Dr. Guterman is chief rabbi of the Orthodox >ns of Scrcnton ana %  tolds a PhD degree fa : University. Raskas president of Raskas Dairy mpany, of St. Loms. Mo., distributors of nationally-known %  Second Camp Period at Flagler l %  ri for th<' second sestwo counselors in charmSenior > r Flagler-Granada Jewish unselors are of college age ..r •r, and the staff i> -ielct-ted on r's iay camp, from Jul> 24 the bas;> of maturity, interest in I ig. 13 starts Monday t„ r boys chadren „,„„„„„ and experience ai 4 • %  • '• from 3 to l! Edwin M. in.: is camp director. Activities include swimming les-ons. with a qualifier! Red Cross campers are a-.-i^ned to. instructor in charge, organized M ll tneir own age level, with athletics, crafts, music and drama. i • :". .-.i;ldren in a jjroup. and trips and cookouts. Continued from Page 1* ler issued an order forbiddin .: Jews after reegUrief a report fr in BtehmaM still another admission drawn reluctantlj from Eichmann show ed thai in spite ol his claim he was an unimportant, n functionary in the Nazi a| li : ... importai I c< e in 194 • %  ; most N'az I ils thai P Jews v .. .... | smati r %  [or \ \ Seyss-Inq .... \ %  • mk sei at Lublin, who operated the first mass m n Asked as trui • company when confi renc< *; ti the S'azi l< a li i Eichmam i> oi dere I by llimmler U %  l\ B-4. was oi limel ible.> the rollim There was another outbreak in court Monday when Hausner was pressing Eichmann on whether he knew that German Jews were being killed by "Emsatigruppen," as well as "local" Jews in German-occupied areas Eich mann explained that he thought German Jews were not being killed. However, he said, knowing "the customs in Eastern ter ritories," he made sure to send German Jews to Lodz "which was • safer place than the Eastam territories." A I ''" ''""': v In arr m*m %  tughl Lodi was "a aafer ,m his seat a:ui Ldi was i safer ; *J1 n er | ... merit*, shown •. %  • v • ; New Service Told Via Zim SAVERS THEY BUILD FOR TOMORROW Whether it's a modest home or a million dollar mansion, the builder's work endures, often for generations. He builds today for tomorrow. We like to think of than 25,000 WASHINGTON t EDERAL savers that way building today for tomorrow through their family savings accounts. When you save, every dollar is earning dividends for you every day a*id every dollar up to $10,000 is insured ai WASHINGTON FEDERAL by a permanent agency of the United States Government. Start building for your tomorrows today ... by opening your WASHINGTON FEDERAL savings account ai any of our 3 convenient offices. If it's more convenient for you, we can open your account by mail. WASHINGTON (fc ) FEDERAL %  B B • SAVIISt Hd I01N lUOOAIION OF MUNI |,'H 1701 Ml,en A. MS %  •>.. %  Avenue I, JJ Normandy Oriel n Oti.uv JCHrrten IMS? JACK D COCOON 'HUI M COUtSMOM • : %  As Eichmann' cues m nt :n;o its leven h cot .• ^ [araelU a • • phasa ia Ibc i • •UUD nation ot in. and the lefens and chit i It was 'ully expected n, t ^ r Hajsner's summation WCL 1 t a j, a full dav. It is paaalbie f*,, Dr. Servat : u. toe. may r-,., very leruthy statement c thsf he has o-ov<•-,, Eichmann as a amaN s in the N*fi aoparj*_s *. a conscientious bwreaucn Chaplain Will Speak Saturday Post Jewish chaplain at the L'.S Infantr) Training School at iJackson, S C will speak during Saturday morning services ol Agudath Israel Hebrew Institute He is Chaplain Arthur Lloyd Fine. aon „ M r and Mrv Fntk Fine, of Miami Beach |{e will discuss 'The Fast <>f the Ninth Dav "I At Lt. tine ia a graduate of the He brew Theological College ul (hi cago Prior to his entry into ser vice, he occupied a pulpit m M,| vaukee. Wise Rabbi IssacFver spiritual lead er of Agudath Israel. Mill official. TRAVELING' 3 Caff GUS '.1 I -V..MI. / ... SHAW IHAWJWVH SIRVIfl Im lt Nt 1st St., Mi.m., FR 4.J404 20 DAY AIR SEA TOUR ISRAEL CYPRUS GREECE. ITALY Enjoy a short jet fl .ghf and th r ee e i cit i n g days cruising the fabulo us blue Med iterranean waters. ALL INCLUSIVE from New YoH.nton Nassau, conwement lo Bay sireet h 0 poir, € P.rad.ae Beach .n .ttracsl U (•) m# i t .ncludae ... ALL oceen


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    ndcv July lulv 21. 1%1 *"Jfniff fhrHirtr Pooe 11-A 1 %  __r • • m CcA* Ho \\ •monial tribute to the late '. %  '' Abe tz, C Albert Pallol I '. :.on .1 development fund Ul :• Hi cf the onovitz M :curth • the hoepital. Atl e '.. •r.ovitz and M ommunity Leaders in Memorial Tribute o Abe Aronovitz at Cedars of Lebanon \ i prayer in ti r Mian I Ma; : %  %  • i t-d last we death in the U .'. OMN iUon, M %  the ntire fourth floor ol ,: • i i:..:,. n Hi kpttal now • ruction in Mian :. Medical Center. of honor a ho | e to the late mayor •• bert King Hiiih. I< %  <*><•: • Haverfii d Metre Commission \ trow vita Ced BUI Baggs, Ml ai d Ralph Reni* k imi-ntator. Ch*.rmn of the day was E. L r-e- P*llot, who is also chairTan or the hospital"* develop Membership Party Stated berahip recruiting party hi held bj the Southwi si Jew nter on Saturday evei fi .' entertaiawnent, dance CMl Till' I I sow i s %  hood, Men %  in,; a United v n jp -re^t fund Stanley C. Wyfrj chairman of Cedars board o* t'u*e<*> *o i the Pavilion s'ory tup :' T S I • I f i • I M .... A. i-xcoj i ted and thl %  \roi.,\ !!,• \I< %  Win • i pleti the Fas. Ilion tor whM r. '-•<> ij still •• • ri lean h -. !• -..in to Pallet I' s Sen <• Sm at hers laid th I the invitaI ah i part in thr cen mon> 'the meiBOi f of < urr dis-.•: elder statesman Atv sronovi ml) th:Pavilion • I i f Lei .nun. which I tui hi i h ia fitting him The firsl threi Users in Gedars i : l ehanon H *:il open late In thr fall Th< Pavilionr fifth and \' %  (•! rompleted .i~ bl< Total coat of th< ii Utul is i stimated ntribut ions are .. I at the hospital dent 1 headquarti rin Ihi i • i %  %  bid Detroit Jewish Unit in Uproar I'hTKi'IT (JTA) — A Circuit Conn Judge, considering a plea for an injunction to restrain the Detroit Jewish Communitj tenter from making ts facilities able i rged the | tiff tln> t ••. k to %  j : • I Nath?n Shiur, attorney for the plaint*sa.d that his client's case rested partly on the Cente s art cles of incorporation. He told 'He |ud^e that the Center const, tut-on said, among other things *n*t the Center should >eek •:> help maintain a spirit of harmony and union" and that we claim that opemrvg the Confer on Saturdays does exactly the oppo> te. He hts pre • : • : ill tin I \it.were : complaint atun ol Deti fficers of their c n Ji Ige M irphj coupii d his sug estion I i thi issue I e withdr twn and turned over to Jewish arl with the instruction that it this v .inot done, • arer nitted i>> both es oi Meanwhile. %  Detroit Committee to Preserve the Sabbath was fi rmed ui der the chairmanship oi Morri Brandwim to conduct an n and to bat tie the opening ol the < i nter on Saturdaj• Rabbi Gross on Television The Morning Chapel." program sponsored t> v the Greater Rabbinii. \-i. .. i. hosted bj Rabbi Alexander Gross principal of the Hebrew tcadera) on Friday. 7 30 a.m., ovi r W( KT in 7. Hve mast Business Meeting. Banquet, or Special Occasion # YCHI'II fmd complete tocilities to exactly tottsfy yowf needs in the Kimet, Aladdin, Scheherozode and Riboiyot Rooms, be it lor a wedding or a p.-..titparty I have a truly luxurious wedding banquet at the exciting Fililffj i!rginctit sraseli prices' aet?tNFRONT. lOth TO % fS1frt SSIAMI BEACH



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    jly 21. 1961 Jen i it fkrklt tr Page 11-B Dateline: Spain and the Middle East LONDON ,JTA Spain is xhiMting "a recurrent nostalgia tor Nazism.' and the controlled Spanish press is len tuncing the tdolf Kichmann trial in Jerusalem .i~ ridiculous and nausi sting ac cording to a Madrid dispatch in he Guardian <>i Manchester. The Guardian quoted Rodertgn royo, editor ot the Spanish news weekly, si' as • litorially rhe \.I/I Fa* ot as bad • th Jews aai .1 them it some perse< ition nf Jew und< r Hitler, the %  i ition the N izis bj I past 16 war•-,.,.-.• f RIOTI %  l Th* dispatch quoted Royo further as declaring "there were no e extermination of Jws." and th* Spanish editor continued: "I have been in the German gas chambers. They were technical installations of the army for testing the soldiers' gas masks. All that's been said on the subject is sheer fabrication. The Jews invented *n Eichminn in Argentina They caught him the way you net a butterfly, then they indoctrinated him the way a clown in a secondrate circus is taught his role." State controlled i that it doel 'Hit iriah to reveal to Spaniards the. full horror of the Hitler era LEGAL NOTICE NOTICF UNDER FICTITIOUS NAVE LA// N %  >' I, .I.-I • i • • >l \ i: V .KRM I'AI R \NT n -i i .1 ii I'II %  'i • \ \ I S • II( ) \ .< 11 > I • Accor ing to the Gi "pubiictzp I and of I i ned pro Fa icist outbursts i im v on Spaniards in t ho :,>r — — — anti-Semitic • NOTICE UNOE the other hand, the ;^"a v t ^" itnewspaper declared Spant i ish press accounts i the Eichmann ;' trial have been superficial giving %  ... the impressi n thai ii :G trern %  •! L'ad. -Ida neni policj (since the press is HAKO % %  \ S. %  • %  • 1 Howie. yo>j mu>' remember with grandmother Go!da-3 It Mom-Mom, not 'Bubboh'." \Goldmann Calls on Zionists To Galvanize Aqainst Attach \ American • e d upon re I ioldmann /.. nist Or v forousl) im i .minj* ) el) in thi> | \mei at) > caders irt "an M i t h i n r %  e the • / %  American HI the \h an Educal ditorial which ired r gently i Life magazic i •. •3 that Amu it ." Zioni • is had WASHINGTON ITAi—Terming the Arab League blacklisting il Vmencan Jewand firms "an arrogant interference with Lhe rights of American citizens the American Jewish Committee hacalled upon the Federal Administration to withhold aid '"from an) country which discriminates against American citiiens The AJC's !>• :: %  • on the issue wa> stated betort the House Cora ,\ the law i inj \ tcan, even rnittee on Foreign Affairs bj ,,„ ,h ( :; | ex lames Marshall, i vice president pedience." oi th.' A.II' and former president V'ork t-'.tv Board of I : livered at • • %  i the Hotel the Ameri • -l'ral coor I • mist groups Imann said • ie Zionist a-ii>nall> dlSt he i mte I States tot icy in In Middle Eas h.it I o riend I he Ires i the M ist %  na The / i .--vie nts in An !. r\ mrh ul there are %  v i n j ion tetwei its • ion Zionists mil • movenent coul i be I •>;• afl *vef all Jewish irgamza: i 'While it II true. he said, • n i i r it) !• %  .>:-%  i i %  • ipport ip adi II e" Israel il leas' J and : ; • it-.-it. are sentimentally, it naive to lelieve a malicious at thai th.' majority ^aadopted the i ted on a Zionist program %  %  situation 'Th,. /.,.,-.,• movement." Dr. ...I and •. ir lewuh comQoldmann contuu reas ingl) important ta-K. lh \ m>r ican Jewn because •' the langer at growing indifference t> Israel, especiall) in the young generation, the danger >f com pie • issimilation of i large par! >' the future generation which only b) il be [tied ip with Israel and bj the i %  d the Zionist concept <'. I • i life cen lered ar n %  • • ; an gjars are increasing and make 'he ta-k>: ••; %  z % %  %  n ivement mure J:I I 01 >r I rr;)e'a'. .<• U) the United States and tries Emphasixing that he was not discussing the Arab boycott against Israel which, he fold the House Committee is a matter 'or the Israelis to deal with," Mr. Marshall centered his testimony "on the e**'orts of Arab League nations to invade, and thus prejudice, the rights of American citizens, because of their religious faith, freely to travel and ergage in commercial relationships He held ths ted States Meanwhile, b) a unanim ..vote the Wisconsin Stati I egis il ire in Madison. Wise h is urge I I ie L'nited States Dep t of St tte to discourage a:i i a i Arab League Doy< iti %  %  -' '• ican Jews an I ii nsl h ru in firms ci nti illed Jews B) Wiscoi Si te in 1 I %  %  the Stati %  %  %  %  i • •,,-h boycoll sin >"! ,i\ <• l m .. la tures "i New 's rk Missouri N %  .1 NOTICE UNOEP FICTITIOUS NAVE 1_ A N i. i.I %  n .i ii %  .i H HAY IIOATS l>ru.. Miuml. I a iii %  ... id i. (SKI II M I .1 V.\N \ \ \ \ \ %  %  Ki.-.-i.i % %  : i; iK* • %  • .u NOTICE LNOEO FICTITIOUS NAME LiA. Xii'll • .i.i I 'I Ktl.AN S TAVKK.N Mi• %  t-t, M i i 11 \ '. i: A N VII! Kil.lN \ • • %  r A %  %  %  i i -i! n.'. • • ection ->lv s Oli \tuaries C-.ARUES CO-EVAN .A i Ii The Zionist m^ve.-nent," Or. Idmann declard "is still, by the most po*n* and dynamic tee in Jewish !.f*. It has a cord as few h •terieel movetnts have o* h iv ng brought ut the creation of the State of •*l But it is (Sill far from ong achieved ', fundamental is which ar—tj make Israel u r, to bring into Israel hundreds a* rnwsands of %  > 'or whom Israel is mo only i.on, to Rncreose the immiMion into Israel frj-n th* froo %  %  •h cemmwnitioj and, above to tie up Je* *-i life everywith Israi as mo one ritual and mo-ai center of the iten people." > %  • |. \. I %  I .* • 1 • -' ..." • : • B md in ~. • ri.|. .• %  WALTER E V.SMERRV %  \ A • PALL NL.SS3ALM i Vew furk and *u a i ntrueioi • Kiv. -i iMen %  VVa *hlnii • i N > .i h 1 >• %  NOTICF. I.N3P FICTITIOUS NAVE i .\ i ,. .1 ... AXSW -• %  i:\ \ %  ||f I'lllllit Cull v w i m.i.m .%  r'A N'a'l KINK KMA.N v • i \. %  ; i i JOSEPH O'MANT 1 \< | %  ... A • ma with the .. • l.lM • A .. %  ;,-. IK.. II ill) SERNARO L CMERNOW • %  ondolenec e e a fully Arranged With Dignity to Soil th* Oceasiort "At mis mome*** rHere is no possibility of en over a 1 Jewish organization which w bring many Jewish groups *"'* organizations closer to Zionism, got tr*m to cooperate a vl participate in Zionist activi*e-, even if moy den't join folly. 3.t just h> proclaim in a tonvat.>tjl form the dissolution of a Zionst move ment and tho appesl for a now all embracing organization is pure dilettantism b-ttvi -\ superficiality and dVmagogy. %  tiiit a Kill Mr* \i %  %  ind OAVID E'Ni-ORN i A J ii mte • %  • H • \. | JOSEPH L ROGERS %  ,. %  I %  sw • %  r I \ • md a< i in S • %  • .. %  L; • •.. •I. LOL IS S V^£IS5 %  %  %  •...I II • IN THE CIRCUIT "OLR T ELEVENTH JLOICIAL CIRCUIT. OADE COONTY. FLOR OA CASE NO 61C DKIJI V vi .-I U I'!., in' \ %  M \';> KI.I.Vi > .-i \,:i y.. % %  %  NOTICE BY PUBLICATION M %  in in jriN \ • %  I ^ MAKi'KI.INn -M ii. !' %  i %  '.. I I ., 11 .\ • • • nl for A la '' '" ,, md '••> r .... \. %  II : • -. \ .\ | 11 • '-.'.il %  if t>.| I.KATHKKM \N %  -. i |l) v \l I.YMA.N NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW v. -TI.-I: i> in III I to .1 \• i %  •.. %  .'i • n i mil M i. --.' md tiif lew l*ti tjonae t • %  the v %  • 8h< I %  -,ir\i-i t>) her • .ni sbraham, ldaugl In %  : Mtra Ron* Me. liloarlti t.. --•--. grund ,. • three |reat-S "Israel will still face danger pea en Ie M %  %  %  S : T .i a. I -'• %  I from $|50 nods and will require the Zionist rnovejnent iih ita deroi >n to iraei .1U primary I ml for : many years tfl came." 0" G 'I I nunn iaid similarly, the iewuh 1 liaspora needs Iti concept ol ie Jew nore MRS ESTtLLE SEtBEL died I : 1 '., hot |. irbaaiad in %  1 1 (hud 7a!is 1789 Ihca^M Blvd. I FR 4-2710 F? 48783 WE DELIVER ban ''M Last Zion1 son Congress ^ ithin I inun't wJjUCh I main itwtruI lead n American a || Unei : %  • 1 B I ion it Dr I on 1 % 7. 1 MRS ALICE ROEL 7. ,,. \s died J '.. v %  ,r,i,.| la %  1 I : 1 |th New 1' %  %  11 ARMANDO SANCHEZ 1 %  1 %  I 10. Hi ; IMvai Uirin N .1 luchti r. Om M M IAHAW KS> M S I \ I IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF Tn£ ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OP FLORIDA IN AND FOR DA OH COUNTY IN CHANCERY. NO 6ic rm Rl'BKN TH' MI*S >M 1*1 .uitiff. Tl IM:.\ ni. -Mi--. iN I '. : 1 NOTICE BY PUBLICATION VlU' TKRI rHi'Ml'H I i ,'. • \ INNew Turk, a • I In I %  V %  %  1 %  'i • I, I II I I



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    Page 10-B +Jelst fhrktiam Friday. July 2'. Keating Questions U.S. Action Against Bigotry M ISHINGTOK r '• itin 5 the I Re P %  mouf Halpern. Sew Vork Ri ican, as "thi %  of discrimination against an An %  1 • 5< Kenn tl K il n ol N< York q sti ned thi wt tl r th.> Ex doin M f Amencai ibroad Sen K %  •-. nl %  1 I %  • step if the ex in %  f his CO \ erj • .1 I that %  %  ir for ISRAH rtlDtN St. Augustine Man Named ZOA Region President At the 24:h annual conl of the Southeast region ol Zionist Organizatioi <>! America he d last week in Hendersoi N Israel Feidei if S1 \ tine Fla was elected president of 'hi six-state region Peiden, one of the organizers ol the congregation in St. Augustine, is a member of the national • %  •• Utive council ol the ZOA. and was national membership co-chairman la*t year He has also served as chairman of the Southeast region /.'> \ board ot anernor> and aregions] membership and fundaisina; chairman. Leon May, of Nashville. Temv. n of Mortimer May, national Zionist figure, was elected chairman of the regional board of governors, and Melvin Olshan, of Birmingham, Ala., was elected vice chairman. x hijihlitjht of the conference was the presentation by Jacques Torczyner Ol New York, uho outlined the program cf the Zionist movement today citing the need tor a reorganization .it the entire Zionist structure m thU.S., and the cooperation ol Zionist groups here Preceding the conference was 1 session educational semii at ring the important decisions ol the last World Zionist Congress Attending from Greater Mia 1 were Mi and Mrs Herman v. pinn.i 1I1 Mr and MrMax Parness Vcrk S thai express) • % %  vcreni ud 11 iffecti %  es Sen. Keating said the Administration's new bill contained in its preamble "a watered-down, wseWened version of the DouglasKeatfg Amendment." He raised a question of why the Executive Department did not use existing authority to sever Arab aid and whether the new provis.oi would be enforced. A rthur Home Development Hi %  • nt Faith' %  %  S aid ... : • the ship 28 :., %  Referring t. Rep Halpern. Sen imn-.-t ,:. %  %  :• •. • %  ••:•.; of an Keating said a Congressman v\h<> exclusive residenital community in the Administration 1asking to the Northeast section ol Dade provide monej ter ton aid and C0U ntv has been announci other assistance project., in Saudi „v Miami bu:ider Fred Arthur Arabia, is being barred from that be known as Embassj u>-vthe country Before additional aid is Arthur development will be u it. ted to the Arabs he said. ,„ the Muni.,:Lakes East area "guarantees should be received Opening date ol Embass) H that American citizens will be per „.ll be announced shorth v nutted to use the air terminals and declared other facilities built with American funds That 1the irerj least which the United States can do in its rule as the defender ol indi vidual liberties and human dignity throughout the world Sen. 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    Page 4-B lris*IUrkte*n Dr. Irving Lehrman, spiritual leader of Temple Emanu-El. presents Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Rubin, of Miami Beach, with the first annual Kfar Silver Award of the Greater Miami Districts of the Zionist Organization of America. Presentation wos at a recent affair at the Deauville hotel, which also marked the 52nd wedding anniversary of the Rubins. The 300 guests at the function included the couple's sons. Seymour and Irwin Rubin, and their families. Proceeds of the function were for the Mortimer May Dormitory at the Kfar Silver Agricultural Training School in Ashkelon, Is>ael. Program also included an eye-witness report of the Eichmann trial bv Dr. Morton J. Robbins. of Nashua. N.H. ^freater w rf/amiVmtf in '\Jheir d^iy liter ^/Icnrs Jhi* ^inunter ,Not e\er>orn feels it necessan to leave the area lor a summer of fun The Al Fosters, of 770 \W 179th st.. are thoroughly enjoying their cabana at the Caribbean and report that sen Scott ami daughters Cathy and MyrOJ an -uch expert swimmernow that they are starting a school to teach fish the fine points ot the art The Kober! Fitch Smiths-he's the architect — couldn't wait to •' hack from a trip t.> Vermont. \o\a Scotia and Boston, to en oj ihr tin.' food ..; Kin^ Arthur's i o ii! again Seconding the motion though at other tables ">< Joe Harts ..-,(1 ir\ Adlei also a i.uild.r and lovely wife. He ene MrEthel Gerson, of Coral Gables, found her brief stay in th< spotlight a> chaperone for MiBrazil, exhilarating, hut .\ ha isting The charming young Mill name la Stael Maria ha Ibehla That last name IDS "Dee," which -ii.uses as a trademark in monograms and Pns win i she arrived b) plane with her mother she was i bj all the Brazilians in Mi an i including the Brazilian Ton sul only phrase ot English >ln knew was I love \ou" I t iri very sorrj when, after ''"for 15th [.lace she dVln't ake it ': • md parties being gi en for Mi Simeon (Elizabeth) Stcinbach and Uarj ..Mrs Sol. Weinkle wke are leaving Wednesday via El Al I-rael Airline* for a non-stop trip to Israel where they will spend several weekFrom there, itinerary includes Athens. Rome. Florence. Monti Cattim. Venice. Milan Switzerland, Vienna, Berlin. Frankfurt. Hamburg, Copen hagen, Stockholm ovio Amster dam. Paris, London. Edinburgh, (iiasuow. Dublin. Southampton and back across the Atlantic on the SS Koterdam Two more weeks in New York, a StODOVer in Washington, and In.me in November Otherin the jtroup with Mrs Steinbach and Mrs Weinkle from Beth David Congregation lea\ ing on the same tour ol [si ... I organized bj Shaw Travel Sen ice. are Mr and M:Meyer Rob binwho will later usit Turkex and Film;.. The Carl Bern hardtS who will make a -topt.\cr in South Africa where Mr B lived over 50 yean auo. before continuum ..n t,, Europe And the Philip Balmami Morris Altman who will remain in Irael tor an extended visit befon \ isiting Europe Ban Offensive Word Meanings By Special Report School dictionary definitions ol fensive to Jewhave been banned b) the Brazilian Government ac .,, a report received World Jewish Congress %  i in New York from its Rio de Janeiro office T h %  Brazilian irder w .. s weli ,i bj Samuel Bronfman, i man ot the North \ tcan I .t the World Jewish Congress in a letter to President I Silva Quadros. ot Brazil The action ,>i Presi lent Quadros follow.a three year campaign initiated by a Rio de Janeiro attornej in Fernando E Levisk) • %  lively supported by the i onfedera tion of Jewish Communities <.t Brazil and b) the World Jewish Con gress The two Jewish bodies backed Dr. Levisky's contention that terms — definitions offensive to races, peoples and religions should be eliminated from dictionaries. The campaign aroused a considerable amount of sympathetic interest in the press, and in cultural, intellectual and political circles. Sub-ecjuentl\. national onteren ce of Brazilian publi-ho:* and ot Lions Clubs ot Brazil adopted reso lutions in favor ot the proposal, and four publi-him.; houseprompt ly revised their dictionaries The issue was successfully raised b} the World Jewish Congress a| ; the conference of Spanish linguists in Bogota last year. The confer ence recommended that Spani-h language dictionariehe revi-ed aproposed by the ( ontre-In his letter to Presidenl Qua dros, Bronfman -aid thai such ... tion. 'bearing the SUtborit) ot the President of the Brazilian Republic. will undoubtedly help eradicate the seeds ot prejudice that can be to detrimental to peoples' relation .-hipand equall) to ., nation's pro gress There was no doubt B added "that your suifi r< -;. mse to the appeal ot Dr Fernando F Levisk) -.:an example thai other .ns will fulliiw Making seating arrangements for High Holy Day at Temple Ner Tamid are 'left to right' Col. William I. Harris honorary president: Aaron Eisenstem. membership chairman Kahn. assistant financial secretary; and Murray A. SI rw, chairman of the board Dr Ben L. Fabric, president Temple office is open daily, 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.. and ev7 to 9 p.m. Sunday hours are 9 am to 12 noon. I Luby Named To Bank Board Bank of Mia rei '..r elected S n Lubj "t M I | \ro let deal. II %  i %  '. directors Martin l Von Zamfl presides! and chairman, said Lub>*s election iin keeping with the Bank ol Miami Beach's current develop men! prog am." including construe tion nf a new ten story bank building now goinfc up al 17th -t md Meridian ave Lub a natue of Denver, Col., and a new car dealer for ... rears opened l.ub> Chevrolet "t Miami m ISM He i> chairman ol the board of the newly-expanded Miami agency, awell .i t 'hevrolet agenciein Fores! Hill-. \ Y B..I limore and Boston and sei \. secretarj treasure >t s pence 1 '" v rolet in DajrtOOa Beach Fla If you like Speak Hcbrtw'Chb \ S|x ak Hebrew pr will hold itfirst -<--i da) July 30 10 a in at %  %  Hth st Member-hip iI KREPLACH Eicluuvt O..t..bulor to. Ih. Soulh It Not Available at Your Loc.i Jobber Contact ISRAEL SAUSAGE CO. 230 N W Srt. S.,..i. M,.m.. FU fR 3-0721 FR 3 4225 Partj calendar crowded with festivities for future bri Loll> Marilyn Finer who will marry Tobii Kool on Saturday ers hotel was i a l.ri.i. la-t Saturday hosted by her sister Sheila Finer and Flame Nil I • i: al the Ii iter home ui Miam pink and "lute decor made a flattering tinlovely b '''' %  i -ilk Amon not•"i-.: ihdisplay ,,. |„ I i I Koota, moth, i ""' cup. \|, I'll he Finei the brideelecl %  %  h r fir..re sisters in law Mesdames Irvii Mankes i ..um Mat) hask • Maralyn Brenner B*ta Kamrn and Wendy Harrison Perfecl romani i fade-oul for the afternoon was the groom '" s arrival with -t,u another beautiful „f, i,., m> fu nri wife Member,,t t ne .„. |( ,. t | VJrXy were amen* the 25 guesU who "tended the beautiful luncheon '•" Nancj Schoenfeld given i>> Mrs .1 Bernard fgfeirle) Spat tor at her home. 4500 \ j,.,f,. r son ave, on Saturday Table's centerpiece was a profus.on of pink carnation and red roses Yafi's to Host Swim Party Young \duit Friendof Israel inized group for 21 to 0-year-olds of Creator Miami will be hosts at a swim party Saturdaj evening at the Royal Palm hotel pool and dance patio Moonlight swimming dancing entertainment and refreshments "in he available Assisting Donald Kaplan prci. oenl will i„. p, u | R aymond { ,, thelle Schrold, aren Fre Marilyn Schuimmer, Jack Fried en Joe Meyers and Gil i; i port, executive director ol isl Organization i| \ %  %  • •' region Yafis me.-: and fourth f *> irsd ly of | :>t th. air-condiiioned Surl : H '••".: H .•• s>xl meeting ..pen t.. .,11 j •n % %  m a speal with dancing -,.i, on Thursday Jul "' l,,|,! • on (hi tractive bride-to-be who %  '.hie raw -ilk sheath were the ho-te-v mother Mrs„ : \ m ,., Stem ami aunt Mr!>.,.;, Stein from California mother-of-the bride MrAbe (Beryl) Schon [eld aunt Fthel Cerson, and the nilure groommother Mrs Allan Feldman On Sunday evening, Mr and Mrs Meyer Don. 6010 I'm, Tree AT. will honor their son Honald ;">'l his fiancee, Barbara Boder man at an engagement parlv for 80 friends and relative.at' the l>eauviUe hotel lnc ^, M of tourse. will be the future bndeparenls Mr and Mrs Mux Boderman. 6466 N Bay rd You'll love M CHEF BOY-AR-DEE CHEESE RAVIOLI Hear family, guests, cheer for that real Italian flavor created by famed Chef Boy Ar Dee Tender little macaroni pies... filled with kngy Italian Cheese...simmered with savory tomato sauce and cheese seasoned the real Italk" way. So much tastier and •as.er than the frozen kind. So much thrifber. too—cost* only •bout 15c per serving! W GIST FttOS (Jr. • • 'IAN.' Kennedy Names Temple President Kotwrt II \ewman. pr. k I. mple Belh Am hat*-e ed \--i-tant CBlted S'a'. ne\ in the Southern District bv attorney General Kohert Kenne-lv NrvfflM, currentlv -. %  hif third term % %  pre-ident >t I Beth Am. ials> vice pre-.j. the siotheu-t Fedetatum oi •.-..• La ion ,.i \nn-rican Hebrew at ion i post accepting hiwarn pa i vl Ited a\--i-tjnt StaVM 'orne\ fur the state jf rln. NEW! WI1NO KOSHER SALAMI WKOSHER QUOEDeALAMI Allpurebs( Ask for Ali WILN0 Kosher PRODijaS Corned Beef, Pastrami, Salami, Bologna, Krispit Frankfurters Kashrvrii WILNO KOSHER SAUSAGE CO. (of Chicago MAMI IIAMCN 2181 N.W. 10Hi MM* Pfcent FR 1-4551 I



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    Poqe 12-A Jewist>ncr*MM Fridcry, }u] y 2 i j^ Dr. Nahum Goldmann, president of the World Zionist Organization, was presented the first annual Louis D. Brandeis Award by the American Zionist Council at a recent dinner in New York, which also commemorated the 13th anniversary of the State of Israel. Among the epeckers were (left to right) Hon. Philip M. Klutznick, member of the United States delegation to the UN; Dr. Miriam Freund. former president of Hadassah and chairman of the executive committee of the American Zionist Council; Joseph Meyerhoff. general chairman. United Jewish Appeal, Rabbi Irving Miller, chairman of the American Zionist Council; and Dr. Goldmann. Zionists Urged to Become 'Decisive' NEW YORK—Dr. Nahum Goldmann, president of the World Zionist Organization, recently summoned the American Zionist movement tc "become one <>{ the decisive and determining forces in American Jewish life and play a similar role now in American Jewrj after the irtation of the State of Israel as it has played in the great year-, ol the struggle for the emergence of the state." "he world Zionist leader issued thi< eall at a reeent dinner, commemorating the first Louis D. Brandeis Award of the American Zionist Council "he presentation of the award was made by Rabbi Irving Miller, chairman of the Council, the co: cremating body of nine Zionist or-1 warm personal relations between os. May you, Nahum, and all of our friends see the realiiation of our ideals speedily and completely and may you carry on in health and pood fortune with your most useful labors." Close te one thousand ropresen gemzations in this country. The award read: To Nahum GoM-1tatives from the nine constituent mann. who with rare gifts and organizations of the Council, toboundless energies has labored for gather with leaders in all walkof the rebirth of Israel, for the world American life, attended the dinner Jewish unity, for justice to Ins peowhich marked the first formal na pie and for human freedom everytior.al public function of the American Zionist Council in its activities in this country. Rabbi Miller formally announced the establishment of a National Sponsor So cietj under the chairmanship ol Dr Da> id l i wenthal. of Pittsburgh. Thii Society, Rabbi Miller laid is to consist of eminent men and women throughout the country who are prepared to give moral and material support t.. the ex pandi ram of the American ZioniM Council wi TC." In a tape-recorded address of tribute, Israel Prime Minister Djvid BervGurion said: "Nahum has given himself wholeheartedly to the service of his peoo'e ai-d we all unite in wishing him well. Nahum and I have had arid may still have differences of opinion on matters of principle end this is as it should be for free and healthy discussion is a concomitant with democracy. While these differences exist they have never beclouded the Dr Goldn ai • in .,, kmmli I rcc< ipt ol the first Brandeis Award. termed lh< ..-. Jusitce Brandeis [Miami Hebrew Book Ston 1585 WASHINGTON AVE Miami Beach — JE 8-3840 Hebrew Religious Supplies for Synagogue!. Schools* Private Use ISRAELI A DOMESTIC GIFTS N£WMXN FUNERAL HOME JJJ DAO€ BOUlfVAKO MIAMI BEACH JEfferson 1-7477 tdword T. N< fuoertJ Otrectea LAKESIDE MEMORIAL PARR AND GARDEN MAISOLEIM "THE SOUTH'S MOST BEAUTIFUL JEWISH CEMETERY' MW. 25hS ST. at !03rd AVf. TU 5-1689 • l i' •• greatest fi| ires Zionist history both intellectuall} and morallj Obviouslj alluding to the recent controversial statement bj Mr Ben-Gurion on th status of a Zionist. Dr Goldmann emphasized: In his i Brandies work and hi> pcrsonalit) h pel minified in a classic "ay the com patahility i.f being a good Zionist and a full and loyal citizen <>f the country in v.huh he lived Pr (ioldmar.n added that. "To deny Amtrican Jewthis right which the anti-Zionists do ijust as wrong as construing a conflict between being a Jew and being an American The discussion hou to define the Jewish community i> unproductive and sterile None ol 'the usual terms: people nation. .race, religion, cover the pecifk character of the Jewish people adequately. We Jew.,re a little ot all of these definitions and ... whole a unique historical entit) which cannot be full) defined bj any non-Hebrew t-1 m • Dr. Goldmann further maintained that "to regard the Jew ish community exclusively as a religious Troop is just as incomplete and wrong as to define if exclusively as a nationality." He further asserted that "whoever denies the right of Jewish communities and individual Jews to regard themselves as members of the Jewish community with a sense of solidarity with all the Jews of the world and being deeply attached to the Jewish center in Israel destroys the basic foundations and char acteristics of our history and future." Dr Goldmann -aid that Amer ican Zionism "ha to penetrate more and more Jewish community life, cooperate closely with other Jewish organizationnot on!) in the field of aid to Israel, but in the spheres of Jewish education and ISRAELI RELIGIOUS STORE O 1SS7 Washington Av. jf i.yya (SYNAGOGUES* JEWISH HOMES We Carry Bar Mitivah Record, GORDON FUNERAL HOME FR 3-3431 FRanklin 9-1436 710 S.W. 12th Avenue Miami, Fie. HARRY GORDON PRESIDENT IKE GORDON FUNERAl DlRECTOt GRANITE MEMORIAL ARTS i it* MEMORIAL CONSULTANTS '• in; flir ] eu ish STUDIO on f OFFKI M4 $.t*. tth Street M 4-2117 Ten Years of Economic Achievement Wi Be Celebrated at Israel Bond Conferenci merit of the parts I Haft Klath and the a r( oil pipeltne from Elath t, HJ., providing fuel fc r I; t:\. The romplitmne. t te >ears ol economic achievement with the aid „| Isi-ai I Bonds will b celebrated he forthcoming Israel Bond lea an coalerenee in Israel, at cording to Samuel Kricdland. chair man I the Greater Miami i 001 m it tee for Israel Bonds. The conference, marking tne Icnth anniversar) ol the Israel drive, will bo attended by Jewish leaders from Miami and other communities in the United Stateand Canada It will be held in Jerusalem and Tel Avn irom Jul) :'.'> through uj 3 Since its inception in May. ItSl. the Israel Bond drive has raised some $500,000,000 for the development o*" Israel* economy. "Funds derived from Israel Bonds have helped to maWe possible outstanding advances in every phase of Israel's economic life," Friedland declared. l-rai elped to i • ne Is since ii epei \ help, i| \ I • I hi diM over? and i xploita ol natural n such • %  oil. phosphates ami copper as well as the construction ot th Coppei Refiner] rii I h •umption it; i the Dead s.., Potash Works Tlu l< velop south work He added that ri mu-t haw th ( ambition I % %  the mam powerhousi if American j-ih life both ii\ organizing American Jewry and Imkin with Israel Miami Mill b r< pn • v,| t conference in Israi I I \ M r Mrs Maurice Revitl M Jack S. Popick. Mr Abram Fox. Mr ar d MrSt Nash. Mr and Mr MrPauline BaJJM will I>r MrNathaniel Sen Mrs Harold Wolk '•a i REPHUN'S HEBREW BOOK STORE Greater Miomi't largest 1 OWeit Supplier far Synagogues Hebrew I Sunday School*. Wesol I tefail /S4fll ClfTS AMD NOVILTII S 41 7 Washington *.*. 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    S£!p?^W5*ffe"i-: Poge 8-E %  knitWrrMiar Tr.dcy. July 21 ]%y\ Canadian Emerges as Vocal Eichmann Supporter By BEN TAUBES V. } Area Bn. 1 I '. \ I %  %  i • II %  fc • .' I hemin and. ... lining I I r nvers • Indeed the editors cr-wn Ar cane a •tft qualification of it .-? c-e of the best informed men n •- *orla en international re lies, a B s'nguished linguist !'!•! .? languages mc'odi->5 ~tf?w and Vidd'sh the &f •*r ? so" of bastard language Ml Jews ... the unc c-e' of Owebee na(pita of nis silerce a no il moJes'y le thai >/ I 1 Lai B. Hoberman left president cf :.-.e Surfside Music Solooka or. as Alex Dellerson center is presented a Cer: Merit by Irving Bilhg. awcrds chairmen, foi .grams for the Musi~ Socii ring the 1960-61 ( Future concerts of the crgcr.izat.on are being f owing the completion oi tl w civic center to led on the oceai I The building, to •200.000, will include at and ecrtion c pool < the civic Now Open New Preview Restaurant AND LOUNGE UNDER THE MANAGEMENT OF TOM TRULIS for MANAGEMENT OF 40 Tears fxperience reservations phone HI 3-2038 or HI 3-7989 3622 CORAL WAY Lunch and Dinner Servrd Dally CANDLELIGHT INN In The Heart of Coconut Grova .-../\X Banqun %  •ciNtiai Cock.lj.1 loung* • %  -'jr. M ALL-EXPENSE TRIP FOR TWO 2 WEEKS-ENGLAND & SCOTLAND WUrW world leader in jet travel Trovtl orrongmnri by ClVJt o. d Iroxl mr>4 Show Travel larvka TRADITIONAL > OPfrV HIARJH COOKIRT 3500 CORAL WAT %  MIAMI • HI 5 1331 Sal ethci \ eand, %  1 leader bj —11 Will pllll.P.' **•* rp ** %  1 %  memtx n to taki • 1 TiK •• 1940s when Ai to Jew r; -. %  Be%  the M hichiu \ 1 %  • eral Jewish and ay*;hll the Nati Part). uhli : a During those years, when the late H. M. Caiserman directed the public relations program of the Canadian Jewish Congress and of the B'nai B'nth, the cons.derable activities of Arcand did indeed engage the attention of Canadian Jewry. V %  %  %  -. at %  forn M01 trej er oi the tortun %  %  m .. Liter repeatii %  standard "U al bjeel • the l in in .' nocide, rape thefl 1 and the spoliation ol the Arabs \r I laj down basis ol his 1 il "i Jewrj Jew -h messianClassical Theme For New Chapel I cla&sii al thi mi has R02 Mark fur the the new Riversidi Men oria under il Alton 20th st Mi ..mi Beach i ii. pr< i dent and Al 1 E isun r' of "the I ., n ii. ri said thi cor v. ill I.. ,, tl |, nd ex otic • nd outdooi plai I Both thi entranci an .1 will I), done in the Vei 1 in red and gold, with Travi 1 marble floors and the same 1 olor schi in. will be followed in in* chapel with the addition of %  and white Th< 1 lupi 1 will be high-ceilinged, with Human col iimns and arches adding to the laasii •'. I Doily and resniiMj rooms will be d< ne In monochn v,-, u reds, sapphire blUes and \i brairi greens with gold and white %  •Ii. tutom murals det ora live doors, and ai.. snorii s will be s 1 %  • oualj throughout the building i. m I a] lism; Chri •' r s *' continui litter's idi %  5 try t %  a. thi :.< 1 fa* I \ Obvieus • % %  • ng i ne seek to U image of lbs 1 %  • ama r\cnts do not ci Una tl %  I and %  %  %  IRVING LAIBSON of tl p'r-no ov/ers LOUNUb ft RESTAURANT OPE* Til 7 I.M. NO CO/fA NO WHJMVm 5.-...-IKFACrirTTB •CO. I-! jmcR ran >• s •00 WIT *.• INI Vr %  MIAM riiA:As 10 tr<4 atrocities against the Jews: ">ev are Jewish p-opa ganda prtr*-*o by the World Jewish Coverts; for the Nuremberg trials. 1 t photographs shown are m ret .'v at.-ocit.es perpetrat ed by the ^ es against the Ger mars c j1 on of the laws of warfa- Tere are more Jews in the worlff by Arcand s s'atis ties than be'o'e Hitler; therefore there ha; teen ~vo mjss massacres. Not e COC 000 were done to them ir *he ns^rrecetion of the death he tars, but 600 000 ha'f of Warsaw Shatte am I \\\u %  %  ish-i si Fter the n Frai i i KING ARTHUR'S COURT The SINGING STRINGS DINNER • SUPPER MIAMI SPRINGS VILLAS 500 Deer Run TU 8-4521 AST ff^NS Cc O* ABC GEFTER'S NEW KOSHER ,ROMWELL HOTEL OTCAKFftOKT AT SMS) ftlKf-KT MfWIT OtCMATCO MIAMI StAtx n.aiOA i •. %  %  ....-. win CONDUCT "OSM MSM0 AND V0H KIPPUR StRVClS arsEMvc now roa Hifch M0HDAVS OCEAN FRONT A OCEAN VIEW ROOMS ONE PRICE ABt Cl''l 7 1 D'ITAS irs AND '•. %  Sine Hi Obsmta AND ALL THIS FREE'!! ,-t uaii r: i Phone JE 4-2141 (wt'l KI Tt Ax •jaati A'kOI • HtllGiOlK SiRViCIS OAIl a il TIMC MASNCItCH ON eRIM.<.|> • SIT O SUCAA 'tf| OUTS a NO HIB (M.r.i UP S?IKS CNoas no*'*' a KOSHLN F001SIOI SNACN HAD >*< 0IMIM ll CCRTMl III (omitlONIMi IMMVIDUAl (MHOli a mviU |U( H {*.i*( SAND ELL ^ff^ Strictly Kosher Catering • CAR MITZVAHS • WEDDINGS • PARTIES 7446 COLLINS AVENUE MIAMI BEACH, FLA Ph. UN 64226 Ph. 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    1961 *Jei$*n€>rHian Page 13-A 6W$ OF WISDOM 3n C77,e 9?ca/m Of erudite column of June 30 in which he c >mmentv mi the "failure of Federa non our Jewish Federation may be characterized as > great historian inci i hara< let i I the II o i > •i Empire, as being neither nor Roman nor an Empire i if our Jew ish Fe Ian tion we might :it Jew ib 1it I I it i \n orgam thi Jewish marlnlzc the < aim d %  he rew ishni ss ol %  we nn*fl passion .-_ r: ," I w .. |AJ 3 r ;:r ]D ^ .r-sz *_> erv ice* J It i LU* e k e n J Information to be included in the Religious Services column must be in the News Room of The Jewish Flor • avt. Ortnuoox Ra ~ KOttltie .._ • SETH JC02 Bpi.311 %  %  ^ ri• • Stern Cantor Maur • J T--•-•••* xnH -**• — .TO JUi SnXiTI mumt> with its religious cultural iture Wi tin i il exi • • n RABBI MAYtK ABKAMOWM voice cf Authority I BI H a r 0' d I BETH n = HAEL • •'• "i-d avt Ol tl IOX J %  I Ifnt %  ran ,r^x?-rina ,.|,.,.:. ,.,,„,.. %  • d ,f ,..,1., „i i, 11 v But if tl •:• BETM rriLAH. •--• ,-ih E R.-.ckovakv ;./ •• %  r trul> J< w .-li %  xi cn n-")n .niTS") when M) s H ., > n ----L, nr^~n its gigantic I i refuse* to distribute the J.P.S B J : 1'^--' ,,.,.,,„., w hoi nonsect n'^irn r" 51 ^!!^ *n ,u, r desire to contribute to Federal becomes diminished When the Grea' : er Miami Jewish C mmi i nursery s h Is "with k-j3:n r mura n:3ion ,,.„,.: • • %  '" LLLa'i, ^..-, aWu*... "I religious programming m its youth clubs, hen it sees itself in dire I rp NaT PC 1*3 a ?333 competition with existing congregations, then it reduces the desire to hton '3is 73? D'jxn T T T : -; %r*tt V~ D33-.3 BJ %  f ; T .an'1 sxn tan i3in na'n 70:2 T I T contribute to Federation BETH TORAH i$4tn it md *.E nth a Cen* r vativ> Rap "•' %  %  -z Cant 'Ben ; • K ichcn %  1 %  CONGREGAT ON ETi CHAIM. 1844 \,V.nhi-iato-> JV Ortn>33. R.tbD A' ra'im Sti i Nsfeld. — a — CORAL WAV JEv\iH CENTER 8"'j SW 16t^ st Via"P.ibDi S.im i rl April C.intnr Gerthon Levin. ... SAYINGS OF FATHERS tp. 11:12 H •••'•. I It les • 1 %  • H %  DADE HEIGHTS JEW'SH CONGREGATION 1401 NW 183rd $t. Con. serv.it.v* Cantor Ei"i" il Mandel. FLAGLER GRANADA 50 NW 51st pi. Cons-rvative Rabai Ger.iid Lerer C.i^tor Fred Barnatain. ... • | .. ?DC3 7 ,H K1H H31T 31? By Special Raport ATLANTA—Zeev Z Dover has arrived hero to take over bis new duties as new Lonsul of Israel for H tS^tSSffZSUSSi£ r the Southeaal region of the United — • State.-. MIALEAH REFORM JEW'SH CON GREGATiON 1150 W 68th at.. HiaIcah. .-a^in a'7iyairs fpra n*-i3 rna ricrna) MIAT10N HOLLVWOOD TEMPLE SINAI. 120" Jonn^on st Conservative. R a b D Davd Sh.ico. Cantor Yeh-dan Haiibraun. b it .1 Federation? A Fe eration denotes unity it pro\:'.'-for unity of action Bj various Jewish organizations which should represent national U well Bl local interestIt is in this C cept i I unit) that a CJA v...established to sobcit funds for both overseas %  • well alor local Charities \Mien money, collected for one purpose La diverted tor lit her purposes tke Federataon ceases to be %  unity it is disheartening Ttr-nnM Tin mm7 to learn that althounh the CJA has iwed Ihe name of Israel for Its public relations in campaigns, UJA was the primary victim m the "Federation failure The basic error ito underwrite deficit spending tor various enctes r. the expense of monoraised tor Israel. Local ageocies *>>'"> jy n> fr-J 1*5 have expanded then facilities and have been riding the grav) :rj-.n of nn*-\Q T\~7J S~ nv-i ,h '" %  v mp lon • %  ,,i '"" expensivel) Using Israel funds "7? W •!* % r *" f1 tll 1H)ll>l r the burgt idgets of local agencies borders on misuse 7 P* 731*" K7 .71S7T of funds ITiis. too. diminishes the desire to contribute to Federation. rniSf ,ln 1X 7"" *^1K The-e are harsh criticisms We do nof stand as outsiders an! crii i -T7 -" '"11 ty but are rather deeply concerned about the welfare of our communit) "3 r in3f Tiyari 731X71 We believe that Federation failun i not inevitable, an: it u m spirit that we • following constructive suggestions for future Federation success •The art of fund raising has become a fine art in the world of finance. Itut it it i> torn J..\ from the iplftl of Judaism, it loses its fineness • invites Catastl Therefore we must seek to awaken I %  spirit Of "M^S*?*^^^**? 0 "Judaism in our community, in all its facets cultural, socia welfare # ind religious In this regard there devolves upon the rabbis of our OHEV BHALOM aii ** 3rr ?.*^*y d _' cummui t) a great 1 lit) to sponsor Federation a rticioale n Coi Jewish Appeal drlvi ''i\t'il \ formula mu found whereui local agencies willi ihemselvi I • 'i all I insdiction ol Federal on \in enciea, which is submitted to Fe -.1 m general pobi u I practices Federation should '•' • ci rer nature in the communit) can ;ivi l thi voice TEMPLE ADATH VESHLRUN asaf NE iT'st -: R.it-Ci vi. Zuckar. i New Israel Consul Arrives i>o\ er .1accomp '••.•' d by bis v. ife. Alisa; d i Md Edna; and .< son, Yoram. The new Israeli official succeeds Moshc Leshem to the post, which .SRAEL.TE CENTER. 3 -7 5 s w25th Leshem vacated last June, when ter. Conservative Rihtu Mo.ton he was named Charge I alt.!.: %  %  • l Maiavaky. Cantor LOUH Cohen. .,. r | srfle | ^mbass) in LeopoldKNESETH ISRAEL. 1*15 Euclid ave Vllle. the COOgO Orthoflo Raooi Djid Lehrfield 1 end also rec 1 • \i,.: 1111. the) met ir) Imi : them at | .,. ,, iiport ol authont) I i tl tal community. 9hal a W 1 1 ••<• e served them i %  | %  i looked form ard • %  • ,i I wig time 1 .. |i tn ation l it 1 re and : %  can I n in CantoAbraham Seil. Orthodcn Rabbi Phinaaa wmr a HAROIC JEWISH CENTER B45 Collini iv C.mr %  S H* %  • Yehoshua Trigor h a been in e of the Atlanta consulate m the interum Tatum Waterway Mcv.lern Traditional. Rabbi Euane Laboviti. Cantor v ,.., Gombero. : SOUTHWEST CLNTER 843S SW 8th • — st Conservative R.ibbi Maurice TEMPLE S'NA No MIAMI. 1210B K f NE 16t1 ava. Re'orm R.itio. Brnno W • iah r V rEM*LI HeTh A ISO N. K*nam tt\' D LE TIFERETH JACOB. #81 dr.. S Miarr Re'O'm RaDD' H"i • -< i TiQa a Cantor Charlaa K oan %  • s. I TF'.' 1 c n c TH EL OF WOOD 13 ; S 14 a.e. RaDD >J" HOLLY Reform Fl.im.nno Way. Z-" sr'v.i t ive. Rabbi Leo Haim, a LETAVOHH. 44 %  aa, lon'"it' 'iI By RABBI SAMUEL POX •tVPLE BkTM •'tor He f ,i ,,. : t ie. .. W h0 Why is -t cus'omi-* to recite the M'shnaic paisi'^e o' "BamcS Madllidn" dorirg the Friday I I 11 %  e immig iw be : the Si ite ol .... evening service^ A i i an differ mi i thi .s insti I a livelihood It w ill not he long, fear >.two, betore Reu K\ MAX A HtT2 ( %  TEMPLE BE T H SHOLEM o Hollywood 1725 arvatlva i • %  \ Sun-land TEMPLE ZION. sr0 SW fTth at. .-.n. Conaarval %  Rabbi Alfred %  Skop man. Cantor J^. • irb. • TIFFRETH IS^-' • N Miami a*r Na< han Zv. I •** Cantor AI be•• TI-.'PIE BNAI SHOIOV 1f*00 NV L Lawrence tnt.ii in the • :|1 in Babylonia S i thai U is done t rvice for thi -amor will have forgotbenefil • the late comers 01 new iiiimicla i" 'I il is r as the I. i % %  i n ai [ lighting the cand Uso il f '' Bril hnt Olamiti :,, vai i • things .1 per son must a il before the Karaites who cla i i JewTfcvl>LF J(J DEA. .,,1; ;s|i home must lie dark on the Liberal. claim thai if Is said Sabbath S. me to remind the people thai it Ihe reason that this is I thai necessary to have a light huma man can proudlj sa) at the FriTEMPLE MtNO RAM **, m* m ,i |„| ,„ the home on the Sabbath day night service thai he has per c-evatiws .-. •. t 'i-nm ...ong-II th. and to dissuade them from follow, formed whatever I sary to swHa. Cantor %  dware Kiam i LUBIA. ing the erroneous ways of the Induct the Sabbath. TEMPLE MLR TAMID botn at. ani VEHUDAH MOsHE 136.1C W Dmie h Conaervativa Rii-m Shridon srn" Man tv"c'onaervativo! Rabbi Hare> TEMPLE BETH SHOLOM 4'A4 CnaO* ava. Liberal hiabbl Leon Kroniar Cantor Oavlo Conviser fFVPLF EVAN! EL 1701 WaMno ton ave Constrva-ive RahlIrylnj Lehf n ^ "'tor Hiisch Adler. — o TEMPI E iSn^i '87 vl '9th %  < Rrf < in. Ral I II -"h R Naro' Cantor Jaco;> • toln 320 Pa'ermo ave VOUNQ ISRAEL. 90 IN E ITtSt at. Ortnoi-ix Raobl S'-eiw.r htaubar. .ANDMIGH7ING Tim 8 Ab — 6:58 p.m.



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    Page 2-B + Jfcwitf rkrrtiir Friday. JuJy 21 !%[ j 1^ Cook c ooKing orner Mildred G. Brlfin .,. broiled liver tor The pi ,,. ,, ; .. t0 ,.. n in lei Qav( • i the lilferenl types %  -" %  Itrj ao I calf's livers • • %  AC!L .uJjl<_:"-'•. iver ha. %  a IIM oi .• %  %  : • i J %  i a I all li\ T it less fin< %  %  ten ler More • conomical utritious thi -• %  i I als be used I al are b re : ling and loamol what ever; have. Nutntionall, iin cdknt source man of the l "• 1:ke ,rh '-' r : '"""' dieter's delight Thl ~ —automatically < %  Liver in Savary Sauce 1 lb. I %  2 ta I 4 • %  ar v %  r %  Sinai Medical Board Announces Appointments Appointment.* | > the medical board of Mt. Sinai I: ->y the board of trustees have been an nounced bv J Gerald Lewis, prea ident The apfxrintnertts a* the year ending June 1982 PreaenUj •• medical board and reappoir.te i are Drs. William S Ixelr I reel >r of aneatnesioiogj lei lenson !i rector p Widrich. director rad Is G Lyt ton. director I %  and Ralph V. Kirs cl r pi moli Men ippointi I -t ram S Thor; strj and oral • •: %  '. I • I Sherman K I i tor. obstel •• .tru* -> Folli i .... Memories of their rerer.t 5.x djy cruise to Jamaica will be enjoyed by Mi -.--. 1 Meyer We::. S: ; NT 175th st. aboard the S3 Yarn: a I tag : ::-. Whars 7 M Weini ire c ired the JW mming pool deck :: the Yarmouth. I such | m melt %  rec %  • %  '••..' • ... However tfu the -nil remain enough method%  flour and k unt utture i give liv r the large >, u t,bl< the menu nutritionists tell j; .,. a ] | k to the "aid have Simplv broiled. ., ., a> be served at once with sau r tlu '" ihrooms i gan ntil smo Cool in .: c ioke I %  •• ki d In iskel i ...., | | • • irnato sauce Or it may be enei j v ler to .diced and led sauces i r. and salt iwei t-and-i r ipeghetl to tasti v 11 l mushi n\ T\ sauce se the membra-. •• •(,. liver mod sRMl aiiti-sy Grind the liver a ce, using tit \ the eggs, n • per i %  taste bn ad en par; ej BK St r m 10 patties ch i ken (al m a Iaru.I ,\. r medium heat Br 11 ties in the [al on both si i IS mmut. • > ,, time The pattie -.,*. owit, ai n, chi %  I toeaai> sauce Hi • ,*. makes Irom i to 8 • ir %  i 10 %  i %  weather b lk( I • I • r a pudding Incidents rer a Inch is usua :. %  Li*r Partial • t • p Health League Elects Officers Community Center Campers Launch Second Session With Exciting Programs I %  it the second peri 11 Greater Miami imps %  (houi Da ol Ml Sinai Hos He ia member I tl %  lI staff meet celebrati. -. v ...... Kad .. me ioi: w.led it i re visa amp newspapers iest VMHA Brancb c ei %  -. the I'uo eater Miami Jew ... ... al loll**-**' (i! surjJc-*" i* I jmr> L .. wj- ont* •)'. .rii n "' .. rj •* • Cester. a L'nited Fund and -,.• k -ek da Kappj and ruserved n the n.'.i^i • u <., **K I i vetantar, stall f the I Federation igency. prosch oolers. wfa made I Miam.med.cai-, Dr. Jack t Serving as Uagija -es lea : for % %  %  • '< groupork^prsgarn paper and pa j Kalk was ,. coaMBgyear mU be MrRob I through guided group .... paper Kadin v.ce pr.-, ;f K ? pel '' r >***"* are J ^:): [ ":~ JI1, / f*f Urec Uo, l ,! l>r terome Ben so secretary Mri Gesc N>uu :.rtr> ai ral lurgery: •iiitim s Goldma i, g tneral practice; S Charlei WTerblou in) medicine. Hjrrv Kr.. Camp, include Camp Kadimah. beri ol the imp la ••S ithwest VMMA Branch. T21S sho.aswe is cook I u I Mac New rei tfduig seeretar] is Mr, Coral May, Charles Plotkin, direcibiad, •.:: b W'arraa Whitua Mrv Marvin ,r amp Shalom Mum: Beach ing n/eeks Zuckerman will be thi ipor V'MHA Branch. :5. itj.. rd., fu gyneeolog>; William Star • M : l n ^^^ *. Mrs • I I Pisktn. director. iard Minu •rut tary Mew K3 ',; treasurer will be Mrs Sard rd >u '*>"> -" v '. David Eskenaa di kle. orth' |Hrj M Flemmg, %  neral irgerj .-kin. director. Camp Ma 'O n : mt p„. w mt u*—. Miami VMHA Branch ISO !" "" '"'^ f H<)me i >nm i". irdon. ar' | pre See Revue Jewi>h vAjr Veterans. &be HOT ronritl I'^-t 58 2 I & Beach, will %  ight Act. musil a! :-i^h the Seville hotel on Sunda) i .1 m tee m char e of arrai n ;b Snapper ; i children's groups havi '.'lr-i Homes 8.> S'vv B7i ,. ected \ind -he World' is -' theme I the next I %  i iveek • gram Each group w country jn represent .t> culture 'hrough costumes ings, ^n < la "iagler Grar.a la Jew:-': Centei Uso being planned i: Pre-ScHool Registration I t raneda : %  r^nitm ; r ; --' mpVp";7Grei;. i "an of'the entl '• "" Jges 3 to 5 year*. Nur Park for the oldest boys ind 1 ; ery. junior kindergarten and read g Kips '". n charg f '' %  readiness cia,se, ,-.; be prev Camp MaKa-Bee, the kliai The revue i • irigina] pared by as lualtfied b VMHA Branch Camp special • songs, -kit, and sketches star censed teachers Program this tention is being given in prepara ring .lack De Leon, T.rry Hi-. yeai i | e free tap lam ng I >a >f the annual camp shov Gene Allen, jerrj Newby. Lynn, rfaases • ,,, ular cua Land. UJ.A." TUmblers. s Peal and Betty Darcey curriculum bats, clowns, animals musicians TETLEY TEA ASK FOR wffmpMta BAKERY PRODUCTS AT YOUR FAVORITE FOOD MAR! RYE BREAD PUMPERNICKEL CHALAH ROLLS BAGELS d'viai< NfMf YORK IAKERIES INC JE 17117 and other entertainer, will perform tor the campers on Wedne-i.v evening Aug. 2, ..t the V*a Big Top JISO SW lfitth ave At Camp Shalom, the Mian; Beach VMHA (.'amp, special pre are being made t >r a MM Hm*M use rtfresriint caione rret A TtAOfTION IN JEWISH HOMES UNCE 1M7 Ve there i Yon Toy p,r.t line en ..' g.vor crushed" for rullcH rgh ,od ,„,„. Uoon ncher taste o4 plew -re •"* ">' fUithifi ind • 'lch.;$ and btiwer% a e| ref rehmm... Wtllll THAN SUCAS rir MO rooa vaim •nwrd ..(..a t. %  "c 4 M.:Ji wsaairruD MMikTimm AT SOOO STOaUS IVMVWHCIU mdmmm ****** 5^*,** Deep rich mellow tasty... i 0CHLESS! no other cheese in the world hits the spot ike GENUINE IMPORTED SWITZERLAND! SWISS CHEESE Rny it slicpdor in stiff tasty chunk today for sandwiches, omelet*, salad-*. ejUaipag for breakfast. lunch, supper ind icebox raidingIt's the one cttcese ev. |y loves for tr'itt;i';im of Switzerland! 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    t-crge T.-A JfHist fkrid&r Friday. July 21, | sei House Committee Beefing Up Anti Bias Clause Continued from Page 1-A and economic cooperation hel i eei n _' the pui this Ac: and the peace of the w oi • red "h< i warfare %  %  "' i this Ac! cedures as I strici i ions l i i i i i • • ; assistance under this Acl : cultural Trade Devel opmer.l and Assists u i \< of 1954 be administer; • prim pi' Prior to the action of the House Committee Reo. Seymour Halpern. New York Republican, introduced four bills in the Hou..ro restore anti-discrimination ---c nenrs of previous years, p-e*cc ing both —: rican na a-d international commerce front A.?b boycott and b ocksdt tartics. His bills wojid amfti born the foreign ad authoriiiiticn and appropriations acts. Local Golfers Will P!ay in Israel Two mcr Ml his soi I thi Mao ( %  : ..ni §i j % %  R ill ol ', I Si i Sa M Marlins, a S:d Salomoi out the ii. Sa —ed as playing captain of 1-* 12-man team is Robert Jacobten of Rumson, N.J.. president of the New Jersey State Golf Assn., and former Garden State jimior champion. Otto Fenias, c J Miami Beach, is team mana i,er. Thej % %  an L' s • to compote ;n an ( progi •.. Thi S U t thi 5ixl Maci s in Tel Aviv. Somi %  %  %  .uled Aug. 29 to I I • • L'.S Maccabtah 1 ill pla> in the t';r-: [i i wish Amateur Golt ( • : el's new irse man quad. i • %  • If ,'hnut the i in .i Bern abiah Days next month I Westvii antry t 0 win ii tournami i v : %  • stag) I and prises awarded. w %  narked ; It Of the I' S GtRSHOH S. MfUfft Local Attorney Attends Meetings Gersb S Miller, atl r tly i In t< %  'it of the Sa: %  Counsel • South Florida, represented this hi group's national vention in Boston this week. NACCA is the -i • bar Ihi country' and n p ed pers ns, V...< •hen [lew back to Miami iv ii hiwife .i< anette, in tti Lh< Nu Bet; E] iternity convention hi tel July 20 to .4 He is regional chancellor of the soMthei MING TIE WEEK Continued from Page 4-A f • shall hidispei i rise to thi i titutions Itatively I ital %  r community 11 %  i fii etermii for local child care • • tal qualifi .. child (. Klutznick %  : p of volunish comm hilania thi thorn} issui • on j N. KI 15 Rep Halpern told the Hous I is biUs would .write into the ;~t ""unequivocal enol %  loth, i ... |, states expect IS fl v %  %  which \ %  Nazis Detain Jewish Youth Continued from Pa^e 1-A %  %  .' i %  i -'._.• %  f-r m. I Nazis act from I %  .leu 1st) I turhe.: r> th< n". %  \rhnt• al aj is f then thi N for it." Kaul proposM d a spt • i ing of the Count} Boar : thi Commonwealth s attorne} count} manager to i ures to protect thi from the Na. Mr Kaul -aid: It is • if children can be threats ol ill with i W i -i ] I !'. ^ i; n I from the i forciM} deta and sub;, ti to .i thil an org nizi v. the Na; >uch a menace tbi IT I i toll rat' n inwealth Vttoi 11 '-'.. Hassan said that punishment years maximum imprisonment' :> %  imposed ..; i :. the two ... mu the childrm. if the N i mvii Rabbi Baumgard is Host Am in host Sundi Si %  i sion prot I IK K cc ,< freed, m ol international New York Demo that !-•>• ,hl f'f rani .,,., negated bj tfc t\ '" Mies blockad. He opp< sed ap t the Unit. States of tion art: bias clause submitted the pn amble t< this %, ar %  aift was rr.i n \ a (ieclar il mth ard >t thenin thi M tt v seek lo < liminate this .declared :•••/ the preseoi %  U ; im erii m ai boycott blocks Israeli and Yo -e Paid The Price ol Central Air Conditioning J iff yovr home hos a warm olr boating system! Complete th job by stalling a modestly priced YORK Cooling Unit Uses existing blower ana 1 ductwork which can bave you hundreds of dollars on installation! O UHr **UrH. Soiirvl inrjntora. rnii"rb vihn>to*. Ke^rinernlinK unit if l.vnted outaMa the bouse. • Ultra Economical twin tooling t*. -tems H\e on operating c.*t Saaond ayatean abuts afl automat ICAIIV on mild day*. O 30^ More Humidity Removal thank* to York's exclusive Cooling Muse Cosh • Longer Pok PoWormanc At jrd by piftc'Tv Kjuipped a :h ii r:n*<. CALL FOU FREE ISTIMAH, TODAYI EASY PAYMENT TERMS TO MEET ALL ftU£QETf HILL-YORK and ASSOCIATES 1225 S.W. 8th Street "-cte FR 1-1411 Businessmen Know... Hie Take Your Point Of View Tfcif $ why yu'll firi it warth while ti it Uihtn ft Mereiitilt. If you're busy FJMM:JE8-7I31 we'll gladly comelos you. mam NAnorW BANK OF MWI BEACH TM HIUl %  42 IMMetM MM* •• %  F> >i w il i* UKJ; \mmtt t ^. W K A T FM BRAHMS i i i i i i i i 4 4 TO BARTOK Yoi s Finest HAusic WK ATFM 93.1 on your FM dial MIAN S ONLY FURE CLASSICAL MUSIC STATION P'oce^-ng MORE LIVE Concepts! WKAT-FM



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    Page 14A +JelitfkriJ*Jir Friday, luiy 21. 196] Capitol Spotlight: BY MILTON FR1S0V.AS Military Feels Affinity for Israel-Not State Dep't. Was -." D ESPITE A COVERT S lartment bid Arab favor by "1< ikil lerael sh W I use its funds to finance Arab refugee repatr rather than rocket research, Israel"! multi-stage rocket achievement made a cosmic hit with the National Aeronautics and Space Agency and the U.S. Defense Department. U.S. military forces, influenced by Gen S. L. A Marshall and others, have long had an aftmitv I Israel. West Point and the Naval Academy assessments of world armies, laud Israeli tactical achievements Sine several Arab ire armed with Soviet weapons me ITS officers i the Egyptians' failure to %  territcrj against Rommel's v. i legions, the ^mer in tary establishment la< r the A Israel's Sinai victor) is studied b> S armored forces Fort Hennin. a 5 military posts warml} received Isra Yet w hen Israel attempts to purchase arms ol types unavail able from Franc< and Britain the Israelis iften await export licenses thai never seem to obtain final approval The licenses remain "under study" as years pass and administrations cha But militarv sources are quick to point out the fact that all arms export licenses must obtain final approval from the State Department Even if equipment igathering dust in huge arsenals, the military men cannot release it without State Depart ment export licenses When Israels rocket male the headlines, off! cials of both NASA and th.Pentagon indicated both surprise and pleasure at Israel's technological progrew Why did a different response come from the State Department"' The Department is currently obsessed with portents of the coming summit con ferer.ee" of "neutral'" nations in Yugoslavia. Prea ident Nasser of the I'AR. along with Yugoslavia's Tito and Cuba's Castro, will chart a course for over a score of nations Many are Moslem states The Department envisages a "fluid policy" for the Middle East to lure the UAR and other Arab nations from the Communist bloc Mindful of the many new nations that have emerged in Africa, some Islamic, the Department is preparing for the* September session of the United Nations General Assembly It has been facetiously suggested here that Israel split itself into three separate republicenhance its "bloc" \ >!ing power at the UN A United Nations tisfenin? Pf: By SAUl CARSON Russian Jewry at UN H United \J |ERE IS ANOTHER chapter : conl '• the IUN—thai par! the UN which unlike i threats iBerlir Deadlines There I human rights, oi %  Jews [capth ino "new-; Value" in such Items m the judgment of m media dealing in h> a But in Russia alone there are still three mil persecuted yet kept from emigi ind the Declaration of Human Rights, j glowing statement >; a ip still ha.no legal internation ilthough it u ed by the General Assembly %  I vote back in 1948. Fortunately, these D while being kept • J re".:> well hidden by most newme ire -till on the here And Secretarj Gei Ham marsh jold haju--. drawn attention to th< vr— without nan Russia, of course, with whom tie has ''nou^ti trouble other front Hammarskjold has just lent Mil two formal notes, re minding the (leneral A ibout human rights an i :'bout a draft declaration m the right .*. asylum TheMissues he reminded th I 'leg ites, must com.' bel ire the next Assembly which will convene :n Septemb That draft declaration in the rightol asylum A,. first discussed by the Comm -• m Human Rl 1957. It w j S placed on the \ Wj -wept under the rug with a resolution calling tor l< on the declaration at the next % %  -in How doethat right ol asylum affect Russian Jewry? One of the clauses in that leclaration quotetrom the In, versal Declaration of Human Rights, afollowEveryone has the right to leave any country, including his own, I '! %  -econd operative republ would have three stead cf Isi ballot The likelihood that President Kenned) will with Nasser in the United States this aut {real However. Administration SUUMSU ins • thai such developments, including even revival of demands by the United States for Israeli COmpCfl sation and repatriation of the Arab r leak an anti-Israel policv Browsing With Books: By HILARY M1SDUN A Monolithic f* Michelangelo THE AGONY AND THE ECSTASY. By Irv.n* Sfn. 664 pp. Nw York: Dobdav A Cm?n, Inc. S5.9S. I RVING STONE'S biographical novel "f : • life Michelangelo was a monumental task Stone. author of "lii.-l for Life."' a metlCUloUSl) accurate biography of Van Gogh first pub ed in 1934 and -till attracting new readers, moved bit whole family to Italy and spent years in research tor this book He roamed Florence, retracing the oaths where the sculptor walked. spent another lull year in Rome and lived for months in Bologna. Si. na and Venice In Carrara, he had to learn the local dialect, "now obsolete." before he could begin working with the quarners to grasp a little of the art of quarrying marble. He also apprenticed himself to a marble sculptor. "Almost half of 'The Agony and the Ecstasy' consists of newly discovered materials never before published." he notes Out of this exhaustive preparation. Stone has created a novel whose background is by far the dominant portrait of the book. It is history in the most compelling terms, dark with cruelties, alia me with religious wars, bright with the powerful per sonalities who stamped the years Sixteenth -century Italy was a vicious, cutthroat place, rocked by the pas-ionate struggles of the city-state-, turbulent with the swelling vitality of the Italian Renaissance Art wjj very public thing: and since it was so public, it was also very political The ivory tower had not yet been built These ninety years, studded with the gi Of Medici. Borgia S iv -,rila ,ia \ %  thael, Cellini and the reigning Popes Stone h.brought brilliantly alive But the ligure ol Michel elo hardly emerges from tinpanoramic canvas with any titanic -tatur.li.i lossal arrogance which earned him a smashed m • jghout hi1 % % %  pride more %  ; •-,i-i inic humor ripples IUI like I with no hint ol His col i treds. his ntracts Stone mi ntions sets to wril ractei The wh t ol i man to wh m th world was i as En moothed ver. flal • |b ,• |g* The > %  ind ilptini i special inti i their cwi although the the irtisl ... the itoi i heather repetitive bj th.uxth or eighth tin b iok !.a better history than it :.a biograohv lelieve is its %  ,w Panorama: By DAVID SCHWARTZ %  • ; tmej \ %  I Aviv -aid >tn arrival that \ • changed since America ree j % %  %  i ;, 1148 This assertion puzzled abser ers A ho have witnessel change after change Administration sooroes relate that Israel h... iti> received several huge loans and grama It i> correct However. this icited in the text of a defense of the WOOing of the Arab> j. "political realism" unrelated to American I-r i friendship Indeed, one official privately said %  would benefit Israel if the Arab bloc drew from I iBim inists iw if I \menca A • iken thai Israeli concessions ing -TC ol the \rali retueees iur,. Soth.i | il ^rab ^ mcessions on thi i I • %  • o intent n ol i ilul ix:i i f thirel in ol Isra ... • r Isi ael i >simple T i i l.ir |Cf %  Overseas Newsletter: By ELIAHU SALPETE* Last Word is Spoken Jeru-. ISRAEL ONCE OFFERED to lOO.OUO refugees, but the offer w I not lecepted and only served to wne ippetite of the Arabs Later. I-r, agreed to release severjj million pou Ing of Arab bank accounts fr • in 1-rael -again as a gesture ot gold will— and thiat a time when Israel w >, struggling with an acute shortage of foreign currency wn • the Iraqi* expelled UU.OOO Jews without permitting the a •ven to take i traction of their property along Ne\t. 1-rael agreed to -hare the waters ol the J with the Arabs t > facilitate Presidential Ambassador Er : Johnston's effort to reach an agreement on the Jorii.i levelopment scheme And again, after Israel gave igreemeat, the Arabs rejected the scheme Mr Bshk ;> mited out that, what with the high birth rate of the Ar I • ind the low infant mortality rate in Israel, it would matter .if Dot too long before the Arabs would con-tit • a majority in faraei However the trans reject the idea of any paruai ItiOH of f Ug—a even more definitely than hraelis lo Particularly, Egypt iextreme in its posu • f >r her the refugee quest I >n. while unsolved sen luble purpose In addition to the usual weapon agj •••disconl • • %  • %  %  • ,, ii : to as a weapon agasast >tn* %  ind • hiel sp ikeaman ro daily i cfeniu g I i the extent of a and giving V Israi r< that all I i %  up • ti resoha I lesti • posed m II hui i %  refei me lent Bourguiba which despne %  i refereaee to reen the trabs and Israel \ %  rh '• ithat Pale-tine— all ol Palest I to • ind we are not prepared tonegot N : turn to it, then -nai: retu d the -itate of Israel The Trouble is CEN. GOLDWATER if tritooa onci • tried to plaj joll it in exclusivi l "S Tr>-. we Ion j a Imit Jew "Well." -aid "lie S %  li Til pla< i' • h iles (of the n hole i) \i; father was Jewish but ny %  asnl The Senator lays it'l | |00fJ story but it never happened Goldwater .theTTTui lawish blood who wama to have some lenoui ,uptKr for 'he Presidency He haan almo-t fanatical toUowmg amont} conservativeJews are Politically Shy Being half a Jew dosen t seem to hurt one politically Right now. in New York, there is a hit play. "Fiorello it II about a politician far more to the left of (ioldwateand to return to his country graph of the declaration states "The situation of persons who are forced to leave their men or another country been-,f persecution or wed founded fear of persecution is of concern to the International community." There is no doubt among many here that in th ', |M "?" !" more t0 tne f Goldwater, clauses, the right of Russian Jews to em.gra e are guarln Zt SS ^ "'T^ 5?^ f a unusu 1 %  teed as a right "of concern to the mternauonaf !" v* PriT *, *^P* haVe bwn ^"""^ <>r the munity." auonai c,tn ^.ce Pre-idency of the United States or even the Pre*. To some diplomats here, it is important to note that jS"' ^ Fl nlU> U Guanila was ^ a *> P^ceat m^st more sensational developments, basic human riht_^ „ ^ are not forgotten nUman "**** *> 50 percent Jew em s to be okay poliUcaUy Ai> parently, like vodka or Carbon. wme^JeoSle ca 0 take a light Hut per hap* there i, ao •'•Klu-ion I' mav Simpl) be thai the MO percent Jew ipolit. I lie has J feeling that he anil encounter prejud will Hut. ii he faced up to it. he • ible to ivercome it and even, on occasion, turn i Ivantage Like s.i Levitan m wlaaafmhi They aaf we I %  • r ;' >,ln J >*d to tell the farmers in'wi-c Elect me State Treasurer and I will see that your m is not squaadered And they kept on reflecting the erwhile Jewish peddler Down in Florida, they were continually reelectuig A • Aronov.tz a, a mayor-in an area in which the Ku K Man is supposed to have a considerable following There la j hard core, to be sure, who will stick to the reiudices. come hell or high water. When Disrueli *> making his first race for office, soliciting one voter is received the answer. "I would sooner vote for the Dew "In c*4* your f„nd (the Devil) Is not a Candida-. 'nay I count on your support*" reterned Disraeli. As *e know. Disrael, did quite well, politically



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    th, 1V< ovnan s r WoM by ISABEL GROVE Murr %  • riD ha\ e to else Th, returned from .1 and 1 : •. 1 Europe twit e Jetl this d in City, cool nued to H • Burn 1 1 I Nepal and in India Bi ere t >a the fabled raj Mahal '.1 N .-. Delhi, ,, du an • "''an border and a retui idsti I Israel wen) ilon^ with the sightseeing Hong Kong I..I ered • beautiful dresses, a ri Murraj had lilk mo•. madi 1 -tievabb low prices Thej climbed the took •." ride on th.' Gai • ind rode I anl amel '•' %  flephanl swayed so mucl reai h tin dramamine, and of the cam* in Bathsheba, thej r< n ember hi aura 1 isl lap "f the Journey covered Istanbul, Athens, 1 • nes Ma • 1 I boi. Sieu v rk and Bus) S Was installed as ways i M< • %  •! of the Women Auxil ir at Ml 1 nd %  pn idenc) of \ igsters Bettj %  • 'eier 2 1 week at eton < • %  N i' w ill be son Ni B irl ara two 1 4 and Steven 2. will I 1 So Miami M here Neil is 1 ally, the r Schiffs bi • tews t< hen 1 ned resort .iltui t the season then -€ rents' w ..1 Pinewood ''1 rect • Hendei N.I will I %  ; If -. 1 auru Conn, to see t Us 1 K 1 their pai ••• 1. Mr. a the Arthur with ej • '• I r 'da il Koven led in their tore Saturday %  1 w. and lay, tl 1 will steal quiet can will n to norm 1 -€ ~ ami Beach Hia^i Key Chib niemb ti i Fraetfclyn Klein, pres 6 b Pa) tenant governor ol Divis r 16 and Steve •uckor. just retu I from the I8:h annual in 1 aal Kej Club unvention in Phi .: iphia Visited ttlefield. Val> Forgi and w ishington i C where thej received a warm • and isa to the Housi of Represental • %  from Dante 1 %  .1 \!-o interested in American history re Steve 16 and Mark. 10 sons ol MrCelia Jacobson, of Munu wh took idvantage .-f • enl trip rth to vien Gettysburg, WUliamsburg and the monuments 1 ittei m \\a-hington. DC Also visited Mr* Jacobaon's brother. Lewis ll Weinstein, recently reeleeted man of the National Community Relations Advisor) Council it the close of it.* annual planar) session in Washington The ive-week trip a!1 Included Nee Vork and the Bar MiUvah ot fcuusin Peter Tai -on of Mr.1 sister ind sightseeing in • < v> England Perennial visitor Sandy Karlan. <>f New Rochel N v house iesl again of her 1 11 and ancle Mr and Mrs I \ Bay rd F r order <>f business th< pn ncluding She ) Friedland, Patt) Pollak Linda I ind Penny Se| ol whom Sand) me! •• I Elements 1 veral years ago, to plan es sits 1 mas trips mo> k • ind Ihi sumi ctn ister Karole also a freq ha* %  d M • Be ich High %  I the I inri has eturned to Paris I I •• tinuher studii I at I summer, a • remain there for her j inior year 11 her ; is not too 1 burdh In addi here are trips London, Venice. Florence, Komi Zurich, and a feu other places ne missed last yens Another oft time and welcome visitor 1Linda Rubin, 14. of Daughter of Mr. and afra. David Ru this is her burth visit wil tunl Bea Mike Mersel her mobrother 1 has Just .Mid h ... ,,, t .... || t ; u ;„ ; Bl I mg hips mad \ %  us \ isits 1 • rl Pam, 11 ig itar of Mr an I Mi lai Hidoff lith her fresh::: in ) ir at the I iu\ •; ty of Mia five summer courses ai • 1 I nit rsitj Mexico Aln adj bi : Spanish %  %  • • ing Freni well as taki ;n art and : week u inavelt> the many picturesque plai nteresl look native artifacts to -end hack to thcu iu) net* home on [aim Island A summer a: ROTt school so far has ear n riflemedal m marksmanship for Gar) -. : Mr and Mr.toward Rrooks, if Miami Beach This ca idded to the trophies Gary has won for debating wh Beach High •d th.Universit) ol Florida, where he Dean's isl most of his ; pears there v •-• I c David, u. who will enter Beach Hi >'.ber \ r-tie less so. broth by, 19. a junior athi 1 oiversity ot Ml fcni, recreation dh n tr .f Miami B< ich Polo Park for the summer SHI S-C SHI Post cards designs I to tempt t 1: ..il over the world Joe Daltel m Nor lares to write i> "cold" there, includett ible Having a voider M lime" [da and Mike Forer happy thai tl < %  finally .made it to Israel.' where Miki tar a 35->e.ir Reparation Tneir -ynonym for Israel is Para eJewish Floridian Miami. Florida, Friday, July 21, 1961 Section B Temporary officers of the Sisterhood of the vice president; David Mcrkenson, vice presnew Temple Beth Shirah are (left to right) ident. Henry Hamersrr.ith treasurer. Not shown Mesdames Joseph Katz, historian: Louis are Mrs. Benjamin Srhwartz, secretary, and Greene, vice president. Louis Sachs, nursery Mrs. Faye Weintraub, vice president. school; Jack Somberg. president; Harry Burack, ... 1 f* *1 At a Miami Beach chapter membership luncheon in the home of Mrs. David Berger are (left to right! Mrs. Sylvia Meyers financial secretary-treasurer; Mrs. David Berger. hostess; and Mrs. Pauline Grundwerg. president. Mrs. Reich to Speak President of District 3 MrAlfn I Re i 1, will be gu 'si if hon.ir >mberbi ag .. m< 'ni).;part) given by Chai on Tuesday evening at Fu Man i'hu restauraal Mrs Rosenthal is pres enl ol the chapter, and Mrs Jack Zebiu ;members '-P chain: Delegates Off To Convention -ate10 •"• •-!> ol Children As arch Institute and hlosp ll Bfl i lewish National Home f >r Vstbmatic Children at Denver 1 Schechter, 651 J< -••• ave Miami Beach Musical program at the in lunch.. : he eai w fe il sopran 1 Rose Ro %  Einstein Group Hosts 'Coffee' p.. 1 coffee wer lion Yi 1 M ishe at a I T men ind women the Miami chapter 11 a / %  m iah \' %  rl Em-'. %  tup, Mrs Oars 1. Mrs. S a) .v.uinu at Congrega(.resident, welcomed the jut Temple Women Plan Institute i %  • %  Sisl %  • %  .... ,. Sisterlv 0 Fl Pier< • I 1 Mum v members ti atti nd tin fund i charge of resen ations Aaron Kanner The general assembl) will b at 10 a -;i Scheduled speakers are MrCarl Ettinger. bo i I member of the Federation w.i. discuss Sisterhood's Relati ip to the National Federal Thnr Congregations, and the Shares Development Program," and Kabbi William Sajowitz 1 n tor ot the Southeast Council of I %  • Union ol American Hebren Con iregations Rabbi Sajowitz will discus* Southeast Camp Picture ami Youth Activities M irkshop will begia at a Ju %  scheduled for 12 Mrs K :rt Wallach is cha r nminu Mrs .i embership i< ader 11 revitalization ..i m< bership Mrs Joseph Ruffner will %  discuss %  MrAlbert Reich • iu-. m ti a ler of pre MrWillie t htelder. .: Wesl m Beach will acl as moderai ir MrAlbert Reich is -uitant. Miami Lodge Slates Brunch 1 • ler ol True Sisters will .... 1 nch it the Algiers hote on We Ines la) tug 2, to 11 lebr ite 1 rue Sisters Da 1 ration ol the founding >f Order in 1846 LOTS which now ha.so 1 cities m 1 oast to coast .1 in a national m bershi e, the first m the 115> of th. led a1 Jewish fraternal or :* carries on a program ol .nan philanthrop> 1 %  -es nearl) a million I 1 %  ill) rhis includes a national pr 1 the Servi 11 :I .. ..1 philant! \.' 1 ol i:i.1i\ 1 ual lodges Mrs •-.•n.m of Nev \ es ; >nl n I M S Shore d ach, ,president of t 1, -'•



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    1961 Je*ls§> IbriUtr V. ;.r.en s president Mrs. Moe the BBW Four Freedoms Library, Washington, Los rVaejeloo, chcts with Sen Vance D.C.. to launch BBW's Homefront Peace Corps. D [nd a::d Ruffin Isaya. one of 53 a coast-to-coast home hospitality program for nonored at a reception ;n foreign visitors. EB Women Launch Home Peace Corps; Capital Apts. Opened to African Leaders Ey Ipaeial Report H'rui B'rith [, new ly created • i' rpa as White %  irtmenl lead p • • %  -•dry for their efl to end apart e d %  %  • n against ipton i the Nation's |' let ired Mrs Hoe Kud v \.i;. preudeiM oi %  rganuation %  irtuan, "First BBW members • th> | S i:.d Canada, 51 mgoteac students i .'• in List wet k %  %  i mLibraitc the on I • hiimc hospi i titon tr..in •-Kudler laid inned in the near future Her ipeet h to h jjh %  < helon {ot ernment officials top level B'nai B'rith Women leaders and the guests i'( honor followed .1 pledge h\ Washington re.il estate owners to open their "luxury" apartments > \fncan diplomats and their lam Hies m one of the citj desirable residential sectionMrs Kudler praised Ambassador •jagie Middle Duke, rrnn ol State I), partmeni Protocol, for "spearheading the movemeni which has evoked .1 guarantee ol cooperation among prom men t real e late own era In the Haitian's Capital—a ii -\ mbol 'i len 04 rat > tor people all over the worl I." Othe special guests .it the kick %  ii 1. ceplion included Sen V ance It Hartke i> Ind ai I Rep Chel Holifiel! !' rs ol Cardiac Hospital Construction Set ei era I conthe DOM \ 1 i 11 H lapital lb] Dave I n mai the barit) hos tnmittee er and buil let for the .1 A ...in \ Ber Pain B ich, at a cost ol To it ol the new ograrn ipon final com ll esti I at $2,500,000. Actual comtr-jctian will begin lm '•••y, as quickly as permits c*r b* ItaoiSj. Located at NW M rt. .nd 12th • •.. on Hi. | p ower Company Featured Flor 1 Power jnd Light Com tai 1 be fea'irrea in a miie t* renter ( the Of the 300 trade show ooths .liable 225 have already p. en 1... :w .,i 1,,. v|ll) site of the Sewoll •State south of Jackson Memorial Hospital, the n--w facilities for the nation's completely free, non • sectarian hospital devoted exclusively to the diagnosis and treatment of rheumatic and congenital heart disease in children will eventually provide for 200 beds. According to Emmer, who h.is been associated with National Children's Cardiac Hospital since its founding mne 29 years ao. completion Of Ihe initial units of the hospital is scheduled lor next July, with occupancy expected in August ot 1982 Present site of the hospital, at OH W Pragler n has been purchased by the Florida Power and Lighl Co Designed by Architects AMOCIales of New York, with Smith and Korach. ot Miami, as associate architects who will supervise tonstrnction. the new facilities lor the hospital will include an "Enchant1 el Forest" garden. Id—Ill Milted as a play and recreation area for the young patients suffering trom rheumatic and congenital heart disease The existing seweii residence will ixretained and used by the hospital .he Home ronl Peaci I orps pro. gram; Pedro A Sanjaun, head of the State Department's Special protocol Affairs Section; and Shelkm Vance, director ol the State Department's office ot Central African Affairs Me salute Ambassador Duke fo hiforesight and courage, said Mrs Kudler. 'while recognizing [the honor he pays B nai B'rith Women t:\ serving as chairman ol our program sponsors She added that H'nai B'rith Women members will open wide their doors to the Congolese stu lents, now studying English at Georgetown (.University, after thej leave Washington to begin fouryear job assignments in other U s cities and communities The students are here under State Department auspices Sen Jacob K JaviU fR.-N.Y. I also serves as a spoAsor ot Ihe BBW Homefront Peaci Corps pro cram Other Sponsors are (i Men. pen William-, L'nder Secretary ol fo African Affairs Hep Wil l: iin \ Daw son, 1 1 -III 1, Hep i harks t Dlggs Jr l> Ml' h Rep Adam Claj ton I' iw. ell. D N Y '. ..mi Rep James Roosi %  1 II Il l Bill Iii addition to Mrs Kudler, B nai B'rith Women sponsors an Mrs Charles D Solo vich, Detroit, Mich immediate past president; Mrs Maurice Goldberg, Chevy Chase, Md, second vice president; Mrs. Michael Shapiro Washington national membership chairman; Mrs Norman Marlowe. Silver Spring, Md executive board member. MiLawrence Koenigsberger, Mrs Maurice Bisgyer, Mrs Nat Levy, all o| Washington, national representatives; Mrs Edward (!elfer. Washington, vice president. BBW District :., and Mrs Irene Gold, Washington, president BBW 1 Washington Metropolitan Council. Academy Starts Construction Here Leonard Rosen, chairman of the Hebrew Academy building commit tee, -aid this week that construe tion of the new Academy bui will begin Honda") on thi two and one half acre site at Pine Tree dr and 24th si Bask) 1 1 instruction I in setting up bulldoi other construction machinery prepar ng tor the grouri event Louis Merwitzer, over all i hairman ol the A* ademv 's b did ing • -i said thai 000 has thus lar been pi. for the nev building, Inch is esti d to I 0 I more ll I The Hebrew Academy, established 13 years ago as a oneroom school with six first grade pupils, has grown to become the only Day School in the Southeast, providing a complete bilingual educational program ranging from nursery to junior high school level. \< cording to Rabbi Mexai 1!. 1 S Gross principal, the new gel 1 building will offer the Academj more than 5(H) expected students a diversified curriculum int. ;ra ting Hebrew culture with an Amer ican educational program The Academj Will contain 23 classrooms placed to provide con tact with all 1 ips Architects for the new building are the firms of Morris Lapidus Marie and Liebman, who !• Page 3-B Home Show Planned Gassaway producer will direct the 1961 November Home rShow, sponsored by the i Assii of % %  S A. Dartsv. live director of I latton Scheduled t"i' • %  \ %  12 to 19 at Dii •• litorium tinyi ar s ex n n II combiiu th< H Buil lers Show an.I t?:. N 1 ANNOUNCING THE OPENING OF A LIVE KOSHER-iffspOULTRY MARKET Fines' Poultry at Reasonable Prices Undet the Supervision of the United Kashruth Association REV. J. SHAPIRO, SCHOCHET FIFTH STREET MARKET '49 N.W. 5th Street FR 1-0622 Emanu-EI Men Slate Speaker %  Temple Em : ii %  an ipen %  • • night when mem Ite in a discussion w 1th igist in I pn sident, will o it 8 p m in the au I the Temple's Nort i 77th si and Dii Dr i lement Sie> ra • % %  I speak Par %  rhild Relati i War 'Pea e Qui the audience will fol \ w .". chairman I'r 5h R K.-pian will serve as %  ling and James C.ai architect ol Mian i I'., in (, a r 1 a n d %  Shop Burdme's for the Scu'h 5 widest assortments best in values newest I i home trends. Use one of our Sunshine Cred t plans to shop the nicest way to own what you WJ" when you want it. 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    Page 10A +Jelsrn>:riJj3r Friday. July :; 1301 Jewish Lawyer in the Confederacy NORTON TIRE CO. By HARRY SIMONHO?= One of the sreat Americ in law yets of his time. Philip Phi was born in 1807 in Chariest i He attended the private SCh Isaac Harby, the critic, IJ wnc.ht and journalist who -• the first Reform in American Judaism. When fifteen, h. the Military Acadeim >>t Middleton. Conn which w .1 night} esteemed in the South. It i> p 'sible that those three form setis influenced him lor lit,' Al no time during the wildest bys teria did Phillipever waver in his set conviction that nothing could ever justifj the seo ->:. Ol a Slate troni the Federal 1 I He practiced law. served I sessions in the General Assembly and married in Charleston the hit:h spirited irt year-old Eugenia Lev) The couple then setth .Mobile. Ala and Philip was elected to Congress Living in Washington opened a new vist.i He refused the unanimous re-nomination for a second term The future see.ned clearly charted. Washington offered the best arena for his abilities. Here he could be a lawyer's lawyer representing brother attorneys throughout the land having cases in the Supreme Court. But day by day the political situation was getting darker. The election of Lincoln was followed by the secession of the Southern States. Then came the attack on Fort Sumter, the defeat at Bull Run witH he danger of Washington falling o the Confederates. Tempers were frayed, famines divided and with the capita! full of spies, eve. 3 !" e became suspect. Oni n orning a band of F : detectives invaded • home Ever> one pr eluding Philip Phillips, ed under house arre-But i:a chief target was the mistress of the household The government men remained guarding the DOUSe inside and outside. Phillips w >soon released, but his wife Eugenia, her two daughters ant ter Martha were removed to the attic of another house, the home of a tearless, ingenious Confed erate spy, the notorious an I I ISCInat:n_; Ros,. A Greenhow. Held incommunicado for three weeks. they suffered the lack il .ill physicomforts The > irse reatment of their jailers and appre hensions for the future intensified their a.;oMcThe intercession of Edwin M Stanton. later Secretary of War In the Lincoln cabinet. Justice James M. Wayne ot the r s Supreme Court, and Reverdy Johnson, Representative from Maryland, brought about their release The friendship ol these prominent men helped Phillips obtain tr >m the Secretary of State William H Seward, permission to ross the border and taki lj "i General Winfiel I Scotl permitted him to take with him $5,000 m gold and directed an officer to furnish 1 ste imb ial at Fortress Monroe. Under .1 flag of truce, this boa: start* 1 ut in a raging storm The captain advise! against sailing, but the Phillips family found the inhospitable elements easier to bear than the treatment experienced at the hands of their fellow men. They were handed Over to a Confederate h >at Alter buffeting the winds and the waves for an hour, with great danger of iizing and actuall) losing their hats and cloaks, thev landed on tirm Confederate soil The Phillips family set tut on their journey overland to distant Mew Orleans The jtorj >: the ... • Federate 1 %  In • ed ai thi r ti In RM Mrs Jefferson D I Euend .1 pli isai even%  the White House 11 el ily final 1) reached New expecting quiet, peace and safety in the largest and richest city ,.f the Confederacy, tar awa) from the booming cannon. From this distance of time, we can only wonder at the cause of Eugenia's arrest and rough treatment Was -he a spy or agent for the Confederacy? There were genteel and cultivated women who did not hesitate to serve "heir naUF Opens '62 Drive for Workers United Fund officially opened its 1962 drive for volunteer workers' with a mid-day race down Flagler st. among three teams from IT member agencies representing the Boys i'l ibs Boj Scouts, and VMCA SAM LEVITEN. Agent Bckint Van Lmet to West Caajt loctl I long Diiiin Moving S Stor.g* "V Full or Prr load Fro* Eslimtt.t FR 9-7654 .VTIAS MOVING t ^•^^'toi.*** StOAOt !" w => ^ WAREHOUSE DAY A NIGHT PHONE SERVICE METROPOUTAN LIFE INSURANCE CO. 1 Madison Av* New v I I > A T G A \ S 3200 S.W. 3rd Avenup, Miami Phones FR 3-4616 or HI 6-9981 The > .musters carrying the IF Torch started out fro Dade Count) Courthouse accompanied by a motorcycle escort and the whir of sirens Thy raced to th* Torch of Friendship on Bisciyne blvd., where the UF Torch was handed to Jay I. KisUk. associate campaign chairman. Also at the Torch were William C. Lantaff, United Good Neighbor chairman, and W. J. Owens, president of the Dade County Federation of Labor. At least 20.000 volunteers are being sought for this year's drive Volunteer workers will be assigned in their own neighborhoods We are depending on our volunteer workers to help us put this year s drive over the top I.antaff %  id and need people from all sections ol Da le count] The United Fund helps support the work ol 39 health and li ter bul "in ol everj three persons in Dade affected ....... %  •rch b irning •ive Southlan i bj W L •he daredevil Rose Greenhow, E %  genia was high and ardent to the point of hysteria her Southern devotion Both women were friends end knew how to outwit their guards. While Eugenia was packing for the joorney South. Mrs Greenhow passed escorted by two soldiers. She threw a ball of yarn info the Phillips home, remarking quite casually that the ladies would like to finisn their knitting with the yarn they left at her house Eugenia delivered the ball to Jef ferson Davis; it contained a message in code. New Orleans modore Farragul charge of ler, a cruel, pro! and deceitful vulgarian, who -topped al nothing l i i hieve his purpose Eugenia Phillips mained indoors Ri en bering the sufferings the had undei in Washington, she retrained from any act that might bring on the hated enemy But she could D >' hold out for too lo One morning a soldier brw an order for Engenia to appear before General Butler Her husband went along and heard "Bl ast Butler" roar at his Wife, "YOU are seen laughing and mocking at the remains ol a h • era! officer I do not call you a common woman : the town bul n monlj v ulgar oi e and l sei I Ship Island tor the War I" 1 -.. %  .i %  %  sand bar >n the ol Mexu Ship Island Mil trees or a blad ing with Q -tit • ting hu midit) .reminiscent ol De Inland, celebrated later as tn-' prison ol French Captain Dreyfus Denied communication with anyone, she was served tho coarsest of soldiers' rations and given salt water, rendered "drinkable' by the sand. Eugenia somehow survived brain fever and after several months was released. On reaching home, the servant closed the door in her face and fled, believing she saw the ghost of her mistress. Eugenia entered, began screaming, fell down unconscious and suffered a nervous breakdown. Such a price she did not consider too high to pay for her loyalty to the Confederacy. The gifted Philip Phillips was in a peculiar position to plaj important role in the history ol his country during its most turbulent period Somehow one feels that he missed his destiny in the North there were no counterpartto Judah P Benjamin or David L Yuley Lincoln with his strong leaning towards Southerners who believed in the Union was anxious to utilize them He was largely responsible tor the ill educated somewhat uncouth Andrew Johnson of Tennesee becoming Vice President. 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    icy. July 21. 1961 9>, J( n i&fi fhrscfsrtr Page 5-B ns of Navaror.e" opens Wed : I "nrib, i63id Street and ESMX T %  ith a large cast Anthony C %  th< rrtOT\ c! an t I World Wai II whi and i bee-a equa l< (.lazed Bits l!\ Barnev Glazer It was %  > Barbara Stai rlr'> — • 'I. i A '. Is N" j!l d .1 !• front ol Barba ra I i ireplied 1 tel i i this ii c> llenl Shori is thn w %  %  acted i i will I'l .,1 kj gu) '.vi %  tbi Irump a\ ed [or tome ol v B tema i • martin i ••nl at en M ,i • '.!.•/ I>. %  u %  I Kl e pn is win re Dinah • my Ins k,-in ; i VWsn t Rod Serlitvj ihl AIB CONOITIONIO •—-—-DADE COUNTY ADO. A SAT jaw "STUNNING" If MARIANO PARRA (ompo"y •# SPANISH CANCERS HMMIMM I ..,t—V ej, t*i 1 H, 1*5 %  ow_*.*. ..„,. HI Mm •"•••• i (Mtfrtu i, M t Mil, !.. i SUNDAY EVENING, JULY 23rd, at 8.30 P.M. SKITCH HENDERSON MUiK fWOM "THI JUfBUlfMI TWfNT/rS" STUART FOSTER, Baritone %  iSEIVEO TABIE CHAIRS $7 75 $7 75. MEZZ $7 75 BAICONY 51 25 uM SYMPHONY Off, MO 1-49*0. MB AUDHOP.IUM JE 1-0477, Co.d*li. f 3 5173; Am.do" < HI Ml 14 Skitch Henderson to Mount Pops Podium For Fifth Appearance Sunday Evening Skitch Henderson, composer-conHenderson le with Mi r-h< n> Orchestra and the Cleveland Orchestra His radio and television work i'..". i from appeal on th< Dot McNeill Breakfast Club Show to the Vaughn Monroe Show. The young baritone .ii-<> has sung with !h< IV mmj Qorsi > and Quy ,; "* ; pianist, will be piest an B cl Pops audiences will LombardoOrchestras :h. i 'nlversitj of Mi ami Summer Symphony Orches seventh Pop" concert Sun day < vening ;.t the Miami Bca litonum The progi .mi will feature popular luni from the era ol "the tweri In M is short in hi 1 • %  lint al I %  %  Hoi I television show is aiv piece ol --tir %  '. I tulated him Wll .i Othl r veai %  I" will He's two Joey B shop | c uled lei %  ourrt d %  En • I' • I-faced %  • I %  • • • n .: the l p ..i11 .i %  • %  • Once i'pon a time, a fill rig fui i as paid I that hi i lors wi >ei %  •< r vote %  \\ hit. II So recently when President K %  • i %  led only om taim i li birfhdaj dinni r .it \\,.-! ington, D.C.. -\rmor\ : id Vup! the .1who isn't U-inc funny when hi U i Hint hi i snow ades Sen Jack K-iii edj %  .. no < hanee in tin i apiti!' His nanu Jerrj Leu • # • Steve Lawrence and I nut Grove al • %  lali nted .IIKI p thi y make' • this young Jew ih cou| married to each othei i i ipan il ol boj world t<> be n bis !*•* appearauea with tie Summer Symphoni iuest soloist will be i ari %  v ISI • F< rter, singio CBS rai Henderson, who will also double as piano soloist and nar ra'or during the program, has chosen s-H)s from the Roaring Twenties fe-r this concert. Selecfic s will Include such all • — '-,.: ites as "Valencia," E -t Skies, Shins on Harvest Moon," Limehojse Blues," and senqs and dance tunrs from 'Brot-er Can You Spare a Dims? 'o "We re .n the Money %  i %  : ays tilted SI ites He i • rmcnj under ie 2,000 Arnold s< hoi work wood whi Members of the ncu I • • indi r Al n it 11 i ; Steri st ati e* U endi Sii Btra S and l es Si ia> itch. \luri a> Sk ip Stai i bi rs, I %  : %  • on the weeklj \ Show i has I ymp mtei States, m :.' i Si W York Phil ; i< ..:.. ihi Nat %  ... ^\ mp n Wasl a st year armonic. New BB Lodge Organized Here fin i Sholi BOO \M nth tncl 11rector Arm Parents See Camp 'Follies' i an '. -• ; odi r the dn ection ; Bh steii was the Y< huda Mi slu %  < amp ivir the program, parents thi i an pi ra quai Ii i and pro A • t to thi Si • q larium t<>r the B : ur : I 11 n of Scienci and Inry foi thi r t np are %  lii l'..ii< Iman i amp dii Stuai pr*s Pop :-IM arances ude solo sii •; %  • %  !. aukee s-. m Mariano Parra deft) and two member.of his company of Spanish Dancers, along with singers and musicians, will appear at Dade County Ai c tonum on Friday and Sau:dcy evening. Guest en will be Juan Mercadal, no'ed ciassicul guitarist. CARIB I MIAMI MIRACLEl ESSEX Opn 1 45 Open 10 45 Open 11 45 Opn 1 45 v. the i'i' ss i follow tiro vi >, Steve Stevi • : i i %  i.; .ii.-. fi atured on televi >n shov I runner ol Ihi thou rhc prog VUen told me. ; i ided % %  • and I \ die *i r n t big nanv rid ol told Mil n "As you saj f i 'i Mli n. • but v ho else cai wi gel t" do the i**t> as well Tin sponsoi conccnti ated f"r .1 fi M but ouldn'l come up with .1 topper rhc kids stayed • Yes, 1 love Jack Benny, the ..c tor and Ja< k Benny in pei Bui 1 csn'l accept hi^ tele n show being presented as t (iii uitlu.it the < hannel and tin new -i'-'!" rs telling us il 1 a 11 takes ten minutes to realize il been Oiown befori .mil thai fi .aid. The Anqry West where tuo mere piffed sQamst the Commanchesl TODAY STEWART fllDMABK JONES T..Q ROE TOGErrfS? SURF TOOAY f CCA.** AVI •* X-*an OM HO*%€~ MiAJkf MACM "* *e~* *c %  %  Open 1 45 PLEASE TuRNtilAQ/ > TODAY hf "MADCAP, S^ DELIGHTFUL NONSENSE I -Coo< W./W I.. e .ot S~ r *•• £u*uet ~~~~ 2 ptn 6AS K~\ / -TNi sssrs TBY^TMOMAS X MAKE rWMlNK r i I^T^i ,, ACT/* DOWNSTAIRS ROOM parkway^S/theatre The n


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    Poge 16-A > k ni*.t fhrkBaf) Friday. July 21. J^J were not me q ruled them out. „„ K There "ere questions about his trade union practices. And on nis political ambitions. But mainly thes were about th< kind of figure he has cut as a trade union leader and the quality ol ethical conduct shown hi a man who heads the most powerful union in the country. I don i think he liked the questions, and 1 an. sure he did not feel at ease in tt .area. • •_ — -' %  — — — IN DOING MY HOMEWORK lor the show, 1 not only read some re ports and testimony, but wont through a mountain ol press clips about H. fta covering thi past five years. What impressed me was bow m rated he has been Even some perceptive observers figured he was has-been, a man on his wax out, a boasting, vauntn figure ^ho would toon be buried and forgotten. The event. 1 am sorry to say. has proved them wrong Hoffa nVtills th< energj and outlook ol the tradition ol hardboiled action in Amenci n life, which hold, that you can be rough and tough and no! I to scrupulous l! your method*, provided you get results They see lif< as a jungle, thej see law as a trap to bo escaped they set ethics as whatever you ,-; n gel awaj with. The} work hard, have the right lawyers, and when difficulties come the) bull their way through. Is the tough union leader the only type ol man who fits thidescrip i n? Clearly you will lind this sort of man in business, where he cuts corners and rides over anyone in hiway You will rind him in politics, it the underworld, wherever .< war igoing on. You will imd him especially in the totalitarian type ol leader, whether his name iJoe McCarthy or Nikita Khrushche> Why should we have thought that the trade union business would be immune Irom the operation ol such amoral leadership —tt—£t — --5THERE IS ONE THING about being a trade union leader that grvea such a man an ad\antage. however He can always point to an over riding purpose, to rationalize what he is doing, not only to the people but (I am convinced) in hiown mind awell The overriding purpose is found in the word "organize." II covers a multitude of deedand practiceFor himself, Hoffa wantpower. in whatever form it come-. But since he must dress up the nakedness of this power-drive -omchow. he reaches out for something that will Lnk him with the history of American laborstriving—and the magic word i"organizi It ia -ad and curious thing that, as America comes more and more to depend on truckand roads in the post-railroad age it shouJd have fallen to this man to organize almost everything and everyone that rollon wheels. Organize—and control. It is even sadder to put him. as a man and leader, alongside men like dumpers and Lewis. Hillman and Murray, and reflect on what has happened to the tradition union leader ship. I have heard some people try to equate Hoffa with John 1. Lewis, 1 cant go along The only similarity ithe estrangement ol both nun from the big federations Beyond that you are dealing with two different universes Lewiis the la-t Ol the Roman-, a man ol commanding intellect, at home with ideas, who ha.looked deeply into him-elf as into rthirand has a long perspective on every issue Hoffa ia man who found himself, whetfeei by luck or design, in the right km.i ol union when bii pow< r would count, and who has {one his amoral way to get it I SUPPOSE THAT at some point he will fall. In an interview with Roberl Green, in Newsday, he boasted that "w< i. going io -.ike over U> polii ty, Democrat or Republican, that the 1964 elec l don't take hibrand ol pi n very seriously, nd hi often talked wildly about his political dreams ol grandeui Yet the remark bears te stamp ol the man. He is ridii he is an Overreacher He is so convinced thai "' '• %  • %  %  • %  Kennedys, the courts, the AFL-CIO leaders, the press -' %  N an in a conspiracy to gel him. that himotto habecome \n\ G %  Thus far he has shrewdly survived and ruthlessly pr ered i does not represent anything .native or fruitful in American life And history is filled with men who saw themselves ..vici n and thrashed wildly about for a time to become masters and ended unwept and un-ung. LOUVERED SHUTTERS FOR WINDOWS & DOORS FACTORY TO YOU! • BEAUTIFULLY FINISHED AND INSTALLED FREE ESTIMATES NO OBLIGATION BRADY CO., Inc. 3585 N.W. 31st STREET NE 4 1084 Cabinet Nixes Gurion on Lavon Tiff Continued from Page 1-A caretaker government since Mr Ben-Gurion's resignation, which followed a cabinet decision to up hold the ministerial commits i • Imdi: Mr Rosen had beer chairman ol that committe* Mr lio-en rejected pai ticulai ly Mr. Ben-Gurion's claim thai, by Lavon ol a charge that .iDefense Minister in I9M he gave the ord. r which led to the security disaster the committee in effect "convicted" .. senior armj officer for the mishap. Mr. Rosen retorted that, M the Prime Minister wanted to find ou| who a> lually aavt the rlecisivi or der. he could have < ailed the unnamed senior army officer to account under normal investigative procedun it that had been done the Justice Minister said, Lavon would havi i" on obliged to testify The Justice Minister also charged that t h e Prime Minister's com plaint about the lack of validity ol the c< mmittee's findings on pro cedural ..rounds was not made when the committee was set up and began its investigations, hut only after the committee brought m a report which ihe Prim* Mu [ ( and distasteful At Sunday's Cabinet meeting, the Government was also criticised 'or the manner in which It inncunced the launching of its mteorch3 ical rocket, Shavitll. The Cabinet redded that, in the future, reports on experiments of international significance be sub mitted first to a mimnte ial committed first to a ministerial cornlie announcement. The session ol the Cabinet approved a series >l recommenda :i.mby %  special committee which xamined proposals restt Government sales ol arms to for, jgn rountru • Ont clause in the new recommendations would ban ; .., u| Israeli arms to .. thi ' h< r Ministry was consult) •!•. e was 'he slightest It -in h a propo-ed % -aid. the Foreign Minis! 11 such .. d<... waalwaj • • without question." PAKISTAN PRESIDENT AYUB Says 'No' to Judge's Role \\ tSHINGTON tJTA) l'.-e-i dent Ay ub Khan inheated skeptl cism hire this week as to whet net hicountry could ac t effectively as mediator in the Arab-Israeli disputes, in reply to .i question lollowing ;.n a dress to the National Pre-Club, where he was asked whethir hi* State, a:. Moslem nation outside the Arab League, could not taae me initiative in seek ing an Arab 1-raeli ettlem i you tru d : I i A num ber 11 nation-, he said, have sought such .< goal and got t h< i fn ers 'nirni d Stresai Ibat tl i prob ii m v.iserious, affecting the se ly ol ,'IJ ration-, and that there must be a desi e lor peace on both -nil .i, pen quisite, he add* d that there was no use "trying to act aa busybody" because effnrtmight he "or.ly misunderstiMxl Anyway." he said, "we have a large number of our own prob lems."' THE JEWISH HOME FOR THE ACFO needs for its THRIFT SHOP All your furniture, doming, linens, dishes, drapes, etc. All p>0<00i o wo will pv -nli for ior*# S#mmbor we • MOr • pk