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(Jewish Florikftian Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY Vj.ume 35 — Number 35 Miami, Forida, Friday. August 31. 1962 Two Sections — Price 2Zt Anger Greets Jesuit Magazine Editorial Warning to US Jewry NEW YORK — (JTA) — National %  i;-h .lanizations were incensed this week over an editorial in the rrenl issue of the Jesuit weekly magazine, "America."' warning the Jews t: • % %  their support of the Supreme Court ruling outlawing the New York Regents prayer from public schools might lead to an outi reak < I anti-Semitism in this counti V Th< -erican Jewish Congress, and other Jewish groups mention ed by name in the editorial, issued statements assailing the editorial In the Jesuit organ. Other major Jewish organizations, including the American Jewish Committee and the National Community Relations Advisory Council which speaks in the name of a number of Jewish national and local bodies, were contemplating the issuance of similar severe statements against the article which they considered aa threat to Jews. The editorial, which is expected to provoke protests also on the part of non-Jewish groups, asserted that there have been "disturbing hint* of heightened anti-Semitic feelings" since the Supreme Court's school prayer ruling on June 25. This, the article indicated, has come about because Jews were among those petitioning the court to bar the prayer. Other religious observances in public schools, said the magazine, may soon be declared unconstitutional "with the help of some important Jewish groups." Declaring that the Jewish community was not unanimous in supporting the Supreme Court ruling and in other efforts to remove religious observances from public schools, the Jesuit organ blame: especially the American Jewish Congress and its general counsel Leo Pfeffer, for activities to secure the removal of religion from public schools, as well as the Union of American Hebrew Congregations and the Central Conference of American Rabbis. "These Jewish agencies." the edtContinued on Page 8 A JFK Says Egypt to Get U.S. Aid; Solve Refugee Tiff Or No Talks ifo mnu In rehurfol WASHINGTON — (JTA) — President Kennedy indicated this week i that the United States would continue providing aid to the United Arab Republic in spite of the fact that that country has been making largescale purchases of arms from the Soviet Union. The U.S. Government would thus ignore the Kea.ing-Halpern Amend| o wn resources to buy ^^ arms ; men.to the Foreign Assistance Act The amcndment expressed the senwhich opposes American aid to na(irnent of Congress buf js not man ttons like Egypt which use their l|;itorv or bind(ng (|n he executlve department. MYER FELDMAN ON HIS OWN Kennedy Aide Spoke for Himself CANS OF 'WEEDKILLER' London Court Opens Hearing Of Fascist Head Colin Jordan LONDON — (JTA) — Cans of .seed-killer which could easily be turned into explosives, and which had been labeled "Jew killer." were among the items seized by Scotland Yard at the headquarters 'i Spearhead, an organization connected with Colin Jordan's National Socialist movement, it was disclosed hire by prosecutor Griftith 'unes at the opening session of the hearing in Magistrate's Court of rordan and three other British Nazis charged with violating the Public Order Act The prosecutor asked thai lh< four men be committed for trial Vrrested with Jordan are John Tvndall, lan Kerr-Rltchie and Den• Piri< The four men are accused nf controlling the Spearhead i rganiz i on, a semi military group, and ol \. ilating provision.uf the Public i er Act which prohibit the use ol force or acting in such i way ..in usurp the powers of pol i %  The) are remanded on 'I unn, tomorrow. The prosecutor said that the police had alM found alon.-j with the weed-killer, instructions to ;>!ace a few crystals in a sealed room full of Jews." Other articles fount 1 at the group's headquarters in the Notting Hill section of London included pictures of Josef Goebbels and Julius Stretcher, two of Hitler's highranking Naxis, as well as evidence of training in unarmed combat and semi-military exercises. Mr Jones told the court that Continued on Page 16-A The President told his weekly press conference that it was not a moral issue because some countries receive aid from both east and West. He stressed that the United States must make a judgment as to what serves the longrange interests of the United States and feels that American aid is consistent even if the nations buy Soviet arms, in that it • helps 'hem maintain sovereignty and independence. Egypt was not specifically named, but it was clear that Egypt. India and perhaps other countries were in the frame of reference of, the question. The Keating-llalpern Amendment i stablished the principle that AmerContinued on Page 10-A WASHINGTON — (JTAi — The State Department last weekend stressed, both publicly and through diplomatic channels to the Arab states, that the discussions of Myer Peldman, deputy special counsel to President Kennedy, in Israel, did not necessarily reflect the views of the United States Government. State Department spokesman Joseph Reap announced that Mr. Feldman's visit to Israel was private, "unofficial." and that "he was nol there as a representative of he United States Government" The spokesman said Mr. Feldman paid calls on Israeli officials "but we do not know with whom he had appointments" because he was not there as a U.S. official The Department's comments on the trip by a top-ranking White House staff member and close aide to the President were considered unprecedented. It was learned that the Department made the comments on Mr Feldman after inquiries had been made by Arab diplomats Mr Feldman assists President Kennedy on a broad range of legislative and administrative matters Gurion Feted in Stockholm; Stresses Israel-Swedish Ties WAS HEAD OF JEWISH POLICE? Israel Musician Denies He Was Of Help to Nazis in Poland DIMS WITH KING GUSTAF PAGl t-A TEL AVIV — tJTA i — Hirsch Berenblatt, conductor of the Israel Folk opera Orchestra, denied this week charges of participating in rounding up .lews in Nazi-occupied Poland and handing them Over to the Gestapo for extermination. Accor ing tn ihc charge sheet, Berenblatt served as head of the ,i. ish police in occupied Poland and in thai capacity rounded up 7.."i .lews and helped the Gestapo |.ul I hem mi trains which took them to Nazi death camps. He was further accused of rounding up scores ol Jewish children troni orphanages and handing them over to the Gestapo, Another ac ion was thai he look monej from Jews under threats to I them over to the Gestapo if they ;efused to pa). Shapira Urges Secular Understanding .i.F.M — (JTA) Moshe, .Minister ol the Ii tenor I Lea :• i of Israels National Reous party, this week called for greater understanding on the part %  'I the secular community inward their religious fellow citizenAdIressing the 20th World Court Con vention of Miirachi-Hapoel Hamizractal, Mr. Shapira said that cooperation between the religoius and secular camps confronted the movement with difficult tests We will continue to fight for mutual understanding through a spirit of free compromise without forfeiting our principles for the great common purpose of a renaissance ol the Jewish people," Mr. Shapira declared. Referring to the problem of Israel's security and the flow of arms into Egypt, Mr. Shapira expressed confidence that "the people in Zion and its army will know how to foil the enemy as in the past." Reporting on problems of education, Rabbi Kezalel Katz. a Mi/ rachi leader, told the delegates that the movement now had 1.160 reContinued on Page 7 A STOCKHOLM (JTA 1 Prime Minister David Ben-Gunon this week mixed social meetings and tours nt cultural and educational institutions here with high level diplomatic talkas he launched a mon'h-long tour of five Scandinavian lands with atate visit to Sweden. Included in his itinerary along with Sweden are Norwaj. Denmark. Kirl.in I and Iceland Premier Ben-Gurion, who is accompanied by Mrs. Ben-Gurion and his daughter, Dr. Rennana Leshen, lauded by Swedish Prime Min1 1.1 r Erlai der as "the sym"i courage and determination thi Isra i people in its suc< • siru for indepei den 1 and %  j." Addressing a reception in honoi I e 1 i Prime Ministei. M1 inder expressed the hope that "we will be able to continue our vi rsations on the problems con fronting our countries in a world thai is growing more and more interdepen enl and in winch small countries have a responsibilit} to participate actively in the work for peace and hotter understanding In his reply, Mr. Ben-Gurion cited the work of two Swedish leaders—the late Supreme Court Judge Sandstrom, who served on the United Nations Commission for Palestine, and the late United Nations Secretary General Dag Hammarskjold—in aiding Israel's rebirth and development. He <-.dded that "that which binis us to Sweden more than anything Continued on Pagtf 3-A MM tMANDtK greets Guriom



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u, ) B Ci A; lh ih 6* he th. hi Jc th tu lh gv Sj I si be or. ca sh ra lh do ro i ua Page 2-A *Vn Hit nrirSdll tr Friday. August 31. 1332 Israel Resumes Excavation Under Police Surveillance TEL AVIV — (JTA) — Work was resumed this %  ''%  '• %  Beit Netofa area under a heavy p.:!icguard on excavations for a water pipeline alter police made i series of night arres il \: • %  >who were trying to incite Arab villagers to oppose the excavation irk by force. The excavation proceeded without incident although some tension was reported amon | the Arab villagers. Work on the project, a key parl of the Jordan River-Negev irri \ a ;. the request lion project, was suspended he. r an appeal 11 3 higher court. cause of Arab objections to the pipeline's passed through their land holdings The Haifa District Court rejected an appeal by 21 of the landowners against a condemnation order issued by the Israel Water Authority for part< of the area needed for the pipeline. The court Jewish and Arjb fanners owning 'and aic: j JUI miles af the propoiea p pei i route have sold land to 'he Government at an agreed p 11 -' -' **•' an acre but Arabs owning the rest of the area needed for ih? pipeline declined to sell. The Min'stry of Finance then used its authority to exproCite Rockwell as Foreign Agent Following Agreement With British Seek Relief From ; i3,e ,h r equir5d rl3 The Government went into ciurt New York Groups Seek Relief From Sunday BhiA Laws t0 cb,ain 3 i cover y o f p' o P er, v JUIIUW / ttMUfc l-V(>/-) cr er w hen threcalcitrant Arab NEW YORK-t JTA -Four Jewfarmers reu sed to corr.py. ish groups this week urged the New The ETmeta Us for liggins York State Legislature to pass laws N "" :ober when granting Sabbath observers exemp% %  :; ^jggins 6 = and concrete w 1 .xpec e I Uon from the state Sunday closing finished nex! 5Ummel W ork on tions ol nis ,,-,,., included Istanbul. I w all components stunTurkey Gibraltar; Palermo, SK Their pleas were presented at a els. canals MaltaMhens. ublic hearing of the Democratic nd booster stations, I e to end "' "at" Platform Advlsery Commitrnultane Je of the Greece; and Messina. Italy, among AluttU HIRSCH Hirsch 2cck From Overseas Tour Representing Mayor King High : .1. Hi: 1 '1 presented .1 Key to he City of Miami to the mayors • oughoul Europe and 1 i2-da> cruise on 5S Atlantic with his wife. > u hich heard of the altrac 1963-64 fiscal Yehudah Mcshe Has Sar Mitzvah p St tee at the National Democratic Club here. The groups were the Then an ann if 235.000.000 American Jewish Congress, the cubic J im the JorNew York Board of Rabbis, the an Rivei to he Xegei is xpected National Council of Young Israel to start with in ill mate capacity and the Council for Sabbath obm cubic Bervance. Marvin Karpatkin, co-chairman of the Commission on Law and Social Action of the American Jewish Congress Metropolitan Council, told the advisory committee that the New York state closing law imposed "discriminatory economic hardship and burdens of the religious observance of persons keeping a Sabbath other than Sunday." He noted that at least 12 states provide exemptions for persons like Seventh Day Adventists and Orthodox Jews, "who, in good faith, close thoir businesses to observe • different day as the Sabbath." •The State of New York, which has the largest population of Sabbath observers in the United States, and where the burdensome impact of Sunday laws is greatest. can 1 1 no less." he pleaded The committee also heard a statement from a Jewish merchant, Charles Pam, who said he was scheduled to appear next week before Magistrates Court in Brooklyn for the third time on charges of violating the Sunday closing law *'in spite of the fact that I am a strict Sabbath observer, a member of the Jewish faith and that my| place of business, .1 small grocery) store in Brooklyn, is strictly ed from sundown Friday night un-, til Sunday morning." • %  il) other.In liana. Mayor Abe Khoush) presented Hirsch ivith an autographed book to the "Honorable VI IJ or ol Miami." with illustrations and text in Hebrew, English and French on "Flowers of Israel A former president of Temple Is rael Men's Club, Hirsch, ol Royal Beauty Supply, has donated complete beauty pailor equipment to the Jewish Home for the Aged and other philanthropic institutions By Special Report v, VSHINC N)N Congn --man Seymour llalpern, Queens Republi cun nis W eek drew the attention v ne) General Roberl F. |v to the new International ..,, 0 | George Lincoln Hock v ,.;]\ \ 12 a ilation and urged that the American N izi Part> leader be required lo register as a foreign agent Congressman Halpern cited Rock well' signature on an agreement al Cotswold. England, establishing a %  •Nazi Internationale" ol which Rockwell is the Vmerican agenl The Naii organiiation, created in England earlier this month, ar.noorced that it will work internationally to promote Naiism in various countries. In the Congressman s view, there is already enough trouble emanating from international Communism without an international Nan movement. Congressman Halpern told Mr Kenned; thai I hi Ul >ri e; "• 1 .•ral'list ol subvet miza does not include the American Nazi rariy. although il list various old Fascist org; ions thai have nol opei %  I sinci I94S The excuse has la-en offered that u the American Nazi Part} ere listed 11 mighl afford Mr Rockwell a possibility of ol ., hearing that might afford hip; some newspaper publicity. rhfaci is," Mid Congressman Ha.. pirn "Mr. Rockwell seems, in any event, to be getting ihe widest international news coverage." Also. Congressman Halpern not. 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J/iiday. August 31, 1962 • A*w M Fkirifdirtr Page 3-A U.S. Firm Refuses Submission to Boycott !* if U< to Meryl Weston, daughter of Dr. and Mrs. Lawrence Weston, selects with the help of Rabbi Mayer Abramowitz several books she will use during her confirmation class studies at I ]e Mencrch. Rabbi Abramowitz personally tecches the s which will number some 25 students this year. Stockholm Greets Ben-Gurion Continued from Pge 1-A s our community of social n-G etings DOG RACING EVERYNiOHI IXCBFT tUHDAY m NO MINORS with Premii I I reign Mirristi an senior Swi offi< Swedish Mr I ,. | : udat j • ... evi :: his torn v. tei which scribed 1 rue Minister as "i in sii vision of sh Stan en to .. .-'..;, .' %  -• and ] ria a ver; pi lacticiai 'Ttu vi5 : %  : nabl< i I pres %  i %  di atic systcn • (post • thi Wesi the editorii NEW YORK— JTA — A top official of the American Machine and Foundry Corporation <>1 New York said thiweek it had rejected an Arab League Boycott committee demand that it refuse to service the atomic reactor the corporation had helped Israel t< nuil 1 Milton Barall. vice president of the corporation's international division, told the Jewish Telegraphic Apency that a report from Damas, cus that the corporation had been removed from the Arab League hoycott list after 14 months was 1 correct. He added, however, that the corporation not only had not pledged it would refusi M >\ ice to Israel hut that on the contrary, it had sent ;i letter to the hoycott committee that it would continue to provide necessary services for the atomic reactor. Mr. Bari.il said that i.e and Frank White, president of the international division, met with Israeli officials at the Israel Embassy in Washington on Aug. 3, and gave that assurance to them. He explained that while the corporation had no contractual obligation with Israel after the reactor was completed, it felt it did have a moral obligation to fill orders for parts and fuel needed to keep the reactor functioning. June 1-Sept. 15 Dade Heights Registration stration in th H< Sunday school at Dad< Hei( .](wish ( lion .being held id! thi> week inclusive through Fri-, day from ii a.m :< -i y m., and from 7 to 9 p.m. Complete and Dependable Title Service IAMI TITLE s. Qhtvact Co. 36 YEARS OF TITLE SERVICE IN DADE COUNTY ESCROWS • ABSTRACTS • TITLE INSURANCE 104 Northeast First Street Telephone FRanklin 3-8432 GET MORE CALLS WHIN YOUR PHONi IS ALWAYS ArtSWOiD We i


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Page 4-A vjcnistncrkfter Friday. August 3*., 1962 : Ul no •h a] Bct A* in lh ga he. th< ha .1o 1h 1\v lh. gu Sy Isr be on ca rai by thi %  U? i % %  L.: ';"Jewish Floridian OFFICE end PLANT — 120 N.E. Sixth Street Telephone FR 3-4605 Teleivpe Communications Miami TWX MM 396 FRED K. SHOCHET Editor end Publisher LIC MINDLIN Executive Editor BELMA M. THOMPSON Asst. to Publisher PublLhed every FridW -•. 1 %*•&£. ^" Th, Jewish F.or.di.n ^^^^^"TSSSXPW! the Jewish weki>. M !" S !dleltt WorldwidJ Newt ^•cy. 8.V." Art. FMtu M$I cf Se'vice. Nat on.il Ecto %  fl p P s Assn. En B i sh-JfMSh \tscirr-5. and th e Fiona* r ; Th. during (he week ... as i see it by LEO MINDLIN SLBSCM "OS RATES: --ea One vear Si OC j u t Town Upon Request Three % eri $' 0 X ISRAEL BUREAU Sheraton Hotel — Tel Aviv. Israel RAY U. BINDER Correspondent Volun %  :•.August 31 1 Eld 5722 Anti-Semitism Backwards The Jesuit editorial raises a good many questions. Some of them. American Jews won't want to discuss just now. especially beccuse it would seem like submitting to blackmail, and the Jesuit editorial is nothing less than blackmail. But they should have been cpenly considered a long time ago; and many national Jewish community leaders, it appears, ere certainly if silently gi%'ing them careful scrutiny at this time. For example: Must a woman named Miriam Rubinstein, of Long Island, New York, be involved in a court suit challenging the right to sing the fourth stanza of the Star Spangled Banner in the public school system because it is an alleged violation of the separation of church end state principle? Be that as it may, the Jesuit editorial is one of the most atrocious things that has come on the scene in a long time. Apart from its patronizing nature, which it patronizingly attempts to avoid, the editorial is not really a sincere effort to discuss the question either logically or on the face of its merit. In the first instance, what it does is to identify all Jews with all the current court cases involving separation of church and state in the schools. Apart from the fact that this is absolutely unrealistic, it avoids a far more significant consideration: that many non-Jews are also involved in these cases, both as litigants and as interested observers, and that they have gone on record in a positive way in support of the litigation. Thus, to single out the Jews as the only party concerned with what appears to be a battle for religious freedom is to do an injustice to them, no less than to the many Christians, including Catholics, similarly concerned. More important, however, the Jesuit editorial, in warning of the anti-Semitic consequences of its predetermined conclusions, expresses no fear for the consequences. Instead, it threatens them. In this sense, the writers of the editorial, whether deliberately or otherwise, have actually encouraged the incidence of anti-Semitism. Somehow, the editorial seems to suggest that this was its intent all along. Conflagration Countdown The Kennedy Administration decision on crms to Egypt come what may is not a sudden one. It has been shaping up for a long time, with State Department and Administration spekemen offering a variety of excuses, both tc themselves and to the public, on the "rightness" of their "reevaluation" ol Nasser. But if it was not sudden, it seems all the more inept and shortsighted; for precipitousness can at least, and on occasion, "rationalize'' errors in careless judgment. Hence, it is all the more clear that the President and his entourage of advisors firmly believe in Nasser as a positive force in the Middle East. To the argument that Egypt's dictator is happily doing business with Khrushchev these days, Mr. Kennedy will reply: For precisely this reason, if for no other. we must show Nasser that we are also willing to do business with him. Further, the Kenedy Administration "logic" continues, if we balk at extending our friendship to Nasser because he is a comrade-inarms of the Soviet Union, we may encourage him to ignore us altogether. The absudity of such reasoning, it is our opinion, died in the rubble of Munich. So fcr as Nasser is concerned, we should have learned cs long ago as Suez-Sinai, following his reinstatement to power by the Eisenhower Administration, that his "friendship" is a fiction. FOJ r.c more vicious anti-American words end actiona : nme from him than at that time. But :.".ese considerations ere:: .-.either AFTER SUMMER BACK TO WORK President Kennedy nor the State Department seems excessively concerned that U.S. aid to Egypt is being directly translated into arms — or that the massive Nasser arms buildup will ultimately be trained on the target called Israel. Quiz the State Department directly, and an extremely polite, faceless career man. with lips curled into a thin line of contempt for all but his breed, will inform you that under no circumstances is it the policy of the United States Government to encourage an arms race in the Middle East. All of which lends credence to two possibilities. The first is the most likely: that the State Department, alone, shapes U.S. foreign policy in a secret fraternity way, and without Presidential interference except in a minor, public relations manner. The second is that the President has been violently misinformed icnows about it. and makes little effort to disabuse himself of the Middle East picture served up to him piping hot by the cunninq career men. Meanwhile, the countdown is for conflagration encouraged by either of the possibilities, and this is a sad commentary on a nation such as ours a nation ardently ded.cated to peace. Dr. Josephthal's Passing The death of Giora Josephthal signals the passing of another important Israeli leader ou7time. SCGne f naUOnS ^- £ This is, of course, predestined; all men must leave at one time or another, the £gb and the mean, the mighty and the meek But apart from Dr. Josephthal's contribution Ihd'i rn.lta.ty poMta,, w es t SS 2?AN IRATE caller reported ** angrily that a local radio station had moments before opened its microphones to a vicious and unfounde-i attack against Israel in the Soblen case. Politely. I said I was tired of the Soblen case; too much rhetoric madi thi ,.. sue heated, misplaced parti. sanship distorted it. ,-.; ,,,,, enough si nse refl marked its res) lution Th er-poli mil A man < %  a telei thai the United I i abi %  [ \ thi station had the gall to I ountry, and thai Amen express tl • pi iildn'l verj well be brougl i l asic liberty Th caller, • • ;sa • demoi stri ti d cleat v mter.i thai lition.il offered n isinformati .upWithoul having heard thi radio : ..'%  Ei Al's lai • privileges are an aftermath debate i There have been others, • mon will appear on th< horizon in thi all • ed b> anti-Israel malcontents in a variet ma) be fairly sure thai t"s will • • ess bearing on th< motivati pi irtunit) to vent bigol THE MAN BfH/ND THf DfBATE B UT THIS IS hich Israel shouli ave. ai balk al con i l< tiny her lances, it is superflui us a consi j in tin to landing privileges, M Ihc Miami radio station, is rell as ihi sequent the sourci of all the em eats to El Al He is !:>;• Francis Walter. Democrat ol vania who in his recent peroral thi floor if the Con.: stantiates the assertion hen that post-mortems of the Sob will inevitablj provide a fit .'for anti-Semites: although it should be needless to add that not all critics of the Israel decision are either anti-Semitic or anti-lsr; • There i> basis in fact so far .'Hep Walter rtlates to the tion. Rep. Walter was co author with the late Sen Pat Mel (D.Ne\ of the McCarran-Walter Immigration Act, which in 1950 passed through Congress over thi veto of President Truman. This act scandalously preserves the National Origins Quota System and became American law at a lime when the U.S. inopportunely found its reputation abroad .-lipping from the image the nation had achieved as freedom's champion against Fascism and Nazism in World War II. no less than as staunch bulwark against the relentless sweep of Communism across Europe through the altruistic implementation of the Marshall Flan and Truman Doctrine, among others. Such action notwithstanding, the McCarran-Walter Law -orved notice to a world teeming with displaced persons and refugees fleeing from new political, economic, and social tyrannies that only certain nationals and certain religions were "desirable'' enough for IS. asylum. •:•:•:• M>. WAlTtn HANK ASUSSMtHTS I QUTRACED, AND RECOGNIZING the international, no le-s than the humanitarian stakeinvolved, President Truman vetoed the measure: but. by then. th voice of McCarthyism waeverywhthe land. And. in Rep Walter's view with particular Anglo-Saxon exceptions, most refugees wen either out-and-out Communist or would have to prove otherwise Hence, the defeat of the \ A victorious President Eisenhower in 1953 found it MCCSsar) ti reckon with his previous campaign pledge: to do something repealing the odious McCarran-Walter Act. Unable, if not unv to lead a campaign for repeal, he offered up his Emergency Rel gtt Relief Act as an ameliorative measure, which would permit Jl-uwu refugees into the nation abovi existing quotafixed by McCa Walter. If Rep Walter was brilliant in his drive to outflank Pr Truman three years earliei pulled out every available stop to compose .. symphony ol subversion as accompaniment to the battle crj against any am! .,11 legislation designed to mitigati the abomination ci Taking to the floor ol thi i • ress, Rep Walter was frank I analysis of the Nation.,! Origins Quota System, which he chai ized as a thoroughlj An ericai bar to "alien" Europeans Bj i he particularl) mean) undesirable" refugees from Centra: sual sideswipe at the Mediterr variety To be perfectlj blunt about it, he dubbed them all "s< in rm CHORUS THAT SINGS HATiruur pURTHER TO ASSURE decent minded Americans of what th.y rel) -pected at fir-t. Rep Waller confirmed their SUSP P** ius 'hat. In a flood of florid rhetoric, he charged lh. Met arranWalter Act, and supporters of went Eisenhowers emergency measure, with being "profess Jes. Although the intent of the Eisenhower proposal waI U I to upset the purpose of McCarran-Walter. but rather to N luce public pressure on its excessively burdensome restriction-, and to ;,,"" ^resident off a personal political hook, Rep. Walter nevertheless repeatedly drew the battle lines thus: ,v J h <'T ho J w uM vote fav orably for the President's legislation, en u they had also voted favorably for his own three vearearlier. must .nevitablj be regarded as "professional Jew-; To achieve the nna guarantee that there be no mistake in the interpretation ol his Position^ the Pennsylvanian carefully explained what he meant by 1 7 !" ; Jews." he said, shed "crocodile tears "'her subtleties of the by now classic Congress nal 8 decad, ago, this Is Rep Walter the mai on the floor of the Congress, urged the abrogation "8hts in the us. m fact, these rights, governed nditions set forth in bi-lateral agreements between the nines involved, can not be com; speech-making implies. eges of the air carri. • cargo Anj cancellation %  i ime from I Con--.tc ;Page 6-A



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Friday. August 31. 1962 +Jewlsti FkrMian r %  UTTER TO THE EDITOR It is Easy to Knock, But Hard to Praise Page 5-A. Levi Eshkol Due in U.S. for Bond Plen^ng Confab By 5pc %  .. s. 1 won first I nsored in Washington. D.C. I'ho had been offered top pale prices by 'era : the pc'nr'ng, presented the gift in memory of her ( rhte: l"he painting will be displayed in the board of .: ::3 room :'. the school. Academy Installation of Officers Set; Rabbi Gross W;!! Discuss Trip to Israel i •'.: %  -• stalla n >f officers of bre \ i lemy of Greatr Mii si •' r Sunday, Sept. %  held in th< %  nu:; r iom. 2-iw Pine i %  li %  an • xsons are ex %  i • inner and n ot 30 of i Iverl erg Din > :>!'.. I. Bind* r, 'it Dr. Louis i cha announced \ Seif will %  ..! i tmenl Eighth rk Bui m will deliver lacob Cohen %  ice %  lent, ill saj Inckztd 'n he ceremonies v/ill bf the installation of Louis Mrwi*zcr as president of the Hebrew Academy Merwitzer, forme. of Pittsburgh, will take 'he pcjftcr serving as vice president -:r seven years. He was chairrr.-i of the building cantP'-'igr curing the construction of the Academy, ard donated more than 5 10 000 to the project. %  r :ictive in Israel Bonds mbin %  i Fewish Appeal, J< -h National Fund II.• is %  offict : %  at Beth Tfilah Congregation Miami Beach. Rabbj Alexander S. Gross, prin-. cipal c: -)e Academy, will act as I installing officer and discuss his rc-j cent three-month tour of Israel His speech, "Israel—Then and N ". .1 contrast his first trip' I" thi > !y Land 13 years ago A tota f 29 officers and 63 memDaytona Boy at Seminar Michael Greenbaum, of 1207 North Halifax ave Daytona Beach, is one of 40 teenagers from 75 communities in 13 states and Canada attending the eighth annual Yeshlva University Youth Bureau Torah Leadership Seminar at Camp Monroe in Monroe. N.Y., from Aug. 23 to Sept. 4. Temple Adath Yeshurun 102S N.E. MIAMI GARDENS DRIVE NORTH MIAMI BEACH, FLORIDA JONAH E. CAPLAN, Rabbi TEMPI! ADATH YtSHURUN is located in ths garden spot of North Miami Beach. Wl rcrdially invite you to join our Congregation and avail yourself of our many diversified activities. SERVICES: Daily 7:15 a.m.; Friday Night 8:30; Saturday 9 a.m. EDUCATION: Youth — Nursery through Confirmation Adult Men and Women Classes Sisterhood, Men's Club, USY, "ren-ags Sjnday Morning Worship and Breakfast. JOIN US AN3 WORSHIP WITH US ON THE HIGH HOLIDAYS. FOR INFORMATION CALL WI 7-2400 Cha•, Rosenberg, President Mat M. Meyers, Choirmon of the Board JacW S:Vi>n'eld, Chairman of Religious Committee %  ive followed I ii ::s avidly Ap irl fra n rtl analytical mind ad great t.ilent for writing, I have considered Mr. Mindlin's column to be he moral and cultural conscience of our community. I am sure thai my erudite friend. Harry Simonhoff, will in large measure concur in this. This docnot assume that I have always seen eye-to-eye with Mr Mindlin in everything he wrote, but %  classes i am Under the direction of Dr Hirsh Ever, assisted by his n Judah Heshel Ever, the si h gives an Orthodox education on an elementary, intermediate ami advanced levels. For the first time, the syna gogue will provide transportation for stu lents from Treasure Island. Normandy Isle and Bay Harbor. Holders ve-Year lnJ:p?rienco Is! ; ;ael Eorr's soid in "951 will receive *he full amount of the Eords plus accrued Interest, or one and a half times the issue price. Dr Schwartz reported tha'. in addition to considering the plar.s for the repayment of Israel Bonds that mature next year, the thre day Washington conference will also draft a blueprint of action •. > intensify the sale of Israel Bond-. bers of the board of directors will h %  • n I, including Maurice Revitz, chairman of the executive committee, wh i served as president of th" Academy for seven years, an! Leonard Rosen, chairman ol the board %  •• officers to 11 nstalled h norarj life presidents, Dr David S An Iron, Harry Genet, '.; I Binder; h inorao v ce presidents Morris Bicnenfeld, Archie Green Ix -• Max Kamiel, Jacob Kaufman • ie Libei man, Raym n d Rubin, Jack Satin, Wolfie (""hen: firsl vice %  • Samuel Reinnard, chairboar l of directi rs I e nard Roaen; chairman executive com mittee, Maurice Revitz Vice president, Charles Charcowsky, Joseph Cohen. Irving Firtel. Alexander Moscovits, C h .1 r 1 e s Fruchtman, Oscar Mamber, Jacob Cohen; treasurer. Jerome Bienenfeld; assistant treasurer, Dr. Mai thew Zuckerman; financial se retary, Joseph Post; assistant finj rial secretary, Benjamin Appel; gi neral secretary, Moses Grundwerg; correspon ing secretary, Martin Genet; assistant corresponding secretary, Hyman Galbut. RESOLVED JEWISH LEARNING AND ITS INTENSIFICATION ARE INDISPENSABLE TO THE WELL-BEING OF THE JEWISH PEOPLE." %  (Recent World Conference on Jew sh Education in Jerusalem.) DECLARES BEN-GURION: "Every Jew who is concerned for the future of the Jewish people must realiie that without Jewish education, Jewry in America is on the road to assimilation and extinction." SAfS NACHUM GOIDMANN: "The first task of our generation is the education of Jewish children whereby they will (earn the meaning of beinq a Jew and the reasons for maintaining their Jewishness under present day conditions." LOCAL CHILD PSYCHOLOGISTS AGREE "Religious education can enhance the inner s'rengfh, inner control of youth which will serve well in times of stress, pressures and crisis relig>ous training helps to make an individual's ties to his culture more endurable by creating self respect through pride in his forebears, his parents and primary group." Register Your Child in a School of Your Choice Today! THERE IS A JEWISH SCHOOL IN YOUR NEIGHBORHOOD. 38 schools in all sections of Greater Miami and Hollywood are ready to serve you. For Full Information and Details Write or Telephone Bureau of Jewish Education (A member agency of the Greater Miami Jew.sh Federation) 135 N.W. Third Avenue Joseph Cohen, President Phone FR 1-6681 Louis Schwartzman, Executive Director



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Page 6-A +.l*Ht rirrWir Ben-Gurion ConferslMth Sweden's King Gustaf STOCKHOLM — tJTA) — Problems concerning Israel and the Middle East to be taken up at the, forthcoming session of the United Nations General Assembly were' discussed by Isreali Prime Minister David Ben-Gurion and Swedish Premier Tage Erlander Mr.' Ben-Gurion, who is currently visit-' ing Sweden as part of a tour of five Scandinavian nations, was the luncheon guest Sunday, along with Mrs. Ben-Gurion and their daugh-j ter. Rennana Leshem. of Swedish, King Gustaf VI Adolf and Queen Louise at their summer residence in Sofiero. The Israel Prime Minister, who spent the entire day Saturday at the home of Premier Erlander. was understood to have briefed the latter on details of Israeli aid to underdeveloped countries. is beand understanding" between Israel and Swdtn "as to the ways : n whicn problem* should be tackled in order to increase peace, security and prosperity." Addressing a press conference here Monday. Mr. Ben-Gurion said: "i am sure peace will come to the Middle East, but 1 cannot know when it will be. If International tension will go on. peace will come later to our part of the world. U there will be less tension. I believe peace will be even in my lifetime Referring to the tension between the two major world powers. Mr. Ben-Gurion stated: "I believe the two Big Powers are wise enougft to prevent war 1 am sure both u ant peace Also the Communists uho saj they are sure Communism will come to the whole world soonTemple Israel Plans Teacher Workshop As Prelude to Religious School Ooening On Sunday. Sept. 9. Temple Is rael of Greater Miami will conduct a teachers" workshop for over 40 faculty members in preparation iu^Mn'arMr^rhn^erprom.sed ** <*£* %  rt "* ,OU< Mr Ben-Gurion that Sweden would school on Sept. 15 and 1 pay full attention to Israel's standin:; proposition at L'nitieid Nations sessions concerning the necessity of direct negotiations between the Arabs and Israel as a condition for any negotiations about the Arab refugees, Sunday night, the Israeli Premier delivered an address at a dinner attended by Swedish Government officials and Jewish communal leaders, in which Mr. Ben-Gurion said that there was "a large measure of agreement As part of the educational seminar, Dr Joseph K. Naroi. spiritual leader of Temple Israel, will address the teachers on a subject vit al to Jewish education and valueHarold Kramer, director of the Southeast region of the American Jewish Congress, and Mrs. Bernard Stevens, active in the Jewish community for many years, will be joining the religious school staff. The supervisory staff of the re ligious school has been enlarged to include Dr Donald Michelson. Hillel director at the University of Miami, and Murray Gellen. local high school teacher. Cantor Jacob Bornstein. religious school director, has announced that over 42 classes from kindergarten Perlmutter to be Speaker North Shore Lodge. B'nai B'rith. will have an open meeting Tuesday evening. Sept. 11. at Temple Ncr Tannd. Nathan Perlmutter, execu tive director of the Anti-Defamation through senior high school will be League, will be guest speaker. : conducted this year. The curncul THE KB...BI&EI1 Continued from Page 4-A ment. and be issued to the Foreign Ministry of Israel. Neither the Congress, nor any individual CongressQtan, is legally empowered to deal with the matter. In addition, were the process to run to term, abrogation would only be effective one year trom date of the written cancellation. Such is the nature of interTRaVRINo t'V'.uM AIR Call p^GUS HO.IL >f§J^ SHAW SHAW IL'AVH SERVICE In, national air agreements, local radio stations and obviously biased Congressmen notwithstanding, who histrionically call for immediate and punitive action. If the telephone caller to the station here considered the collateral Soblen question in dispassionate terms along these lines, then unfortunate though the repeated public airing of a misunderstood and unhappy sore point may be. the caller's Tight to free speech and free inquiry assured him the privilege of broadcasting his view. If he did more, then he joined the Francis Walter chorus of croaking voices that sings without fact and more than just hatefully. urn for the entire school has been enriched to include such subjects as "Orientation to God, Prayer and Ethics" in the kindergarten In the intermediate grades, in addition to other subjects, i pedag oi ethics for Jewish rs is ol the cur ol the Jewish -• firsl the South Flori structure such a cours sixth I >rs. which to s a series ol speakers as well •trips into the itor Bornst* The Hijh School Department continues in its growth for postconfirmands. Dr. Sidney Besnivik and Alfred Boas, both of the University of Miami faculty, and Lowell Fisher, a Temple Israel teacher for many years, conduct these high school courses, utiliring the technique of group dynamics for this age group. The religious school also includes an Art Department under the direction ol Albert Huruitz. Dade count) an sor for the pubhe scho Is, assisted by Mrs. Joseph Yanich, loci Jewish artist. formei Israel The music program, supervision of Canto:'.', : ndUCted by Mrs. Mar, in I Y • ONLY 2 HRS. 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With regard to the Eiehnvann trial. the Premier said: "The principal aim of the trial was to give the world the real view of the danger of ar.ti-Stmitism and to show the younger ones what really happened in the time of the Naiis. This aim was reached." Hie Prime Minister confirmed thai he had liscussed with Swed ^Sfirm ,-h Premir Erlander the problem l\\\ W mines li | not propose Israel and 5 len tor si le Mr Ben i ... n a b -cent levelop Friday, August 31. ments in Egyptian rocket capabtl. Lias, bul he declared that "we will do anything in our power to de tend Israel." Referring to his luncheon visit with the Swedish King, Mr. Ben Gurioin said he was impressed with the siimplicity of the Kin,;, and that he had invited him to visit Israel. The 80-year-old monarch declined, however, replying that he was too old. Mr. Ben Gurion said. He added that th i King showed a deep knowledge of Israel's problems. HE H0TE1K0NF1M jbOTH ROOM Cuban Farband Will Celebrate Fir-t annual celebration if the Cuban Branch of the Labor Zion :-; nr.lei ol Farband will be held on Sunday evening The [unction will be at the Far band Center, 84L' Washington ave., Miami Beaeh. Joseph P Zuckernun. president >t Lebediker Branch and Farband representative here, will he featured speaker Program will also include Yid dish aetor Michel Gibson and Rose Rosamond, noted soprano. IT'S DONE VIA SHERYTONS EXCWSIVE ELECTRONIC COMPUTER! Just call Han 1-0 961. SHERATON HOTELS 65 hottli i" 5 tittei coist to coast in !"• US* m Hawaii, in Canada. aiworsMi 149 N.E. 1st St., Miami, F 4 26)' Ben-Gurion Gets Technion Degree Prime Minister of Israel David Ben-Gurion was aw; honorary degree of Doctor of Architecture by Technion a: the school's an-. nual graduation exerciseheld recently in Haifa Technion. Israel'Institute of Technology, is :o as "the Ml T. of the Middle East." 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Friday. August 31. 1962 +Jenist Fkric/iar Page 7-A Dr. Irving Lehrman, spiritual !eader of Temple Emanu-EI. has returned from vacation end will resume officiating at Sabbath services of the Temple this weekend. Emanu-EI Hits Peak Registration Dr. Irving Lrhrmnn. spiritual hader of Temple KnianuKI, this week announced that the school enullmcnt for the coming year has i (ached a record high. More than ]WI new students have already reg•i red. Newly elected to the school staff iMorris Tarasow. educational di lector, as well as several new instructors to the professional fac. IJ Temple Emanu-EI offers an all c'ay Foundation School, with a com; lete secular and Hebraic relmious i Mgram, and is housed in two complete school buildings. Both r conditioned, the) are located on ]7th st and "7th St., and can accommodate Over L',500 students. In addition to the all-day Foundation School based on the Conservative Jewish philosophy the educational program consists of a com j lete nursery ami km ergarien program, held at both liuildings. a Hebrew school geared to meet the :IMIS of the individual student. complete Sunday school and conniation departments, a fudyouih j rogram and summer day-camp. Kegistration in all department* u .;i continue every week-day from > %  to 5. and Sundav from 9 to 1. with Tarasow available for consultaRabbi Kronish Back from Israel Rabbi l.i n!i Kronish, spiritual leader ol Temple Beth Sholom, will return to his pulpit Friday evening, after an extended trip to Israel with Mrs. Kroni-h. Following tlu> service, the membersh'p committee nl the (lunch. chairman, .tack M. Kink, will \.\vcut a -shew and Tell Oneg Shinbal t"r new and prospective members, an Ral bi Kro'ii-'i will discuss "Philosophy and Principles of Beth Sholom." Guests will b( the re'ij iou sch I. %  • hieh was completed last April and the new community hnue .and admlnistra tivc win. which will be read) for the Ilk h ll<>iv Da) S at the end ol September The public is united, and the Sisterhood will serve as hostesses for Ihe Oneg Shabbat. Leader Urges Understanding Continued from Page 1-A ligious institutions as compare.1 with 779 seven eyars ago when the Mizrachl-Hapoel llamizrachi last convened. He noted that 75 per (<•.: of the elementary religious school graduates continued to high tehool. Kezalel Bazak. secretary general (1 the organization, announced that three new Bnei Akiva high schools will be opened when school begins 11 \t month. Harry Landy of Lon< on, lauded the accomplishments jn Britain of religious education despite the meager budget. However, he criticized the Mizrachi in iurmation services, saying that Briti8h youth wanted to know what irachi has to oiler alter l-t years oi !-r...:i -t.it.!. i d He urged inti ity in this sphen Me Ami Caravan *'"s'e AM* invited RABBI LEON KRONISH To be Televised BY Special Report NEW YORK — 1 ewish National i Ami ino in< i Wednesda) :i Dedication C"arav an lea\ ing Mis:;.. I 'i Israi < ;i Oct. '23 will ie the siibjecl of a I icii \ isioi fea) ure > 1 tin Na ..i Broadc .. ... v omDany. NBC will send a crew of cam:, to cover the departure ol I he special El Al plane from Miami. s'(:,„ lV ,.|;,, %  _,-,., t Presi M nl K( nnedy in Washington and a reception b) Israeli Government ofils. Close (i •. %  JNF land development program centering about the i!i A city Me Ami in Is rael v. ill aiso be the target oi NBC i ameramen. Some 100 .Jewish leaders will make up the caravan to partici-.:..., adults over :>:? are inight > lub tfair -i" i B'nai B'rith Social :•:._>-. %  i % %  : at the A limited miniI t r i: n< members are being ac prest id time So. Shore Citizens Club South Shore Citizen's Club iri< i on Tui -dav evening at the V ashington Federal bldg 12-16 on live, will honor Mr-. Ceil Blum and Samuel Fruchtmafl ei; their birlhda) anniversaries on Sunday, Sept. •> the group v ill hive a picnic at Greynolds I ark. leaving in the morning from thi Washington Federal bldg. Louis Shafkin is presiden pate in the dedication ceremony of Greater Miami's twin city 111 Israel Shobri Nursery Opening Season Ten.;. nurseO U pel new old" and "nev 'i '. %  ; • i a sdaj %  >' 1 ses will %  L956, 1 I is an M \ 1 %  -1 rly childhi 1 .' %  > i N Vork loOUST BROS RYE e T> 13 the BEST? MIAMI'S LAST WEEK LAST CHANCE! MILLION *' \ %  w s Between September hi H< :.r \*'.l. 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FridayAugust 31, 1962 J i 1 I h tl I J t 1 II 8 S fa b o c si r; b tl d IN J( Is I" lh e: it Jc ri v. Fcge 8-A Theater Showing 'Exodus' Bombed; Film to Continue Meyer Samberg, education director of Temple Ner Tamid, checks over registration applications for the Temple's Hebrew and Sundayschools. Shown (left to right) are Mrs. Murray A. Shaw, Sisterhood president. Mrs. Ralph Mervis, Lee Mills, Bradley Goodman, Samberg. Scott Benrube, Jeffrey Cohen, Edward Cohen. Mrs. Louis Cohen, school board chairman, and Robert Bass. Murray A. Shaw, president of Temple Ner Tamid, announces that the free tuition policy for children of members will continue. Registration is now taking place during weekdays from 9 a.m. to 5:30 p.m., and evenings from 7 to 9:30. On Sunday, registration is being taken from 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. Anger Greets Jesuit Mag Editorial Continued from Page 1-A tcrial said, "•make no secret of their A that "a favorable climate ot opinion' will help stop legislation idii l grants or loans to churihlated institutions of higher learnSuch a •climate' is also seen favoring the passage of b al would provide Federal aid to I lit not to parochial schools. • ,• ivably, with help from some rtant Jewish groups, the recitati n of the "Lord's Prayer. A ell .the reading of passages : :-. the B.ble in the public schools, can and may, in the near future, be declared unconstitutional "We wonder, therefore, whether it is not time for provident leaders of American Judaism to ask their jrcre militant colleagues whether what is gained through the courts c> such victories is worth the treakdown of community relations which will inevitably follow them What will have been accomplished :( cur Jewish friends win all the ;al immunities they seek, but l reby paint themselves into a urner of social and cultural alien.: on? "The time has come for these fellow citizens of ours to decide among themselves precisely what they conceive to be the final objective of the Jewish community • -he United States— : n a word, bargain they are willing to ? n ere cf the minorirtits in ; =.. tic ocie'y. Whtn court ctories produce only a harvest : will it a!! d. all Americans from state-imposed religious exercises in the public schools. We will not abandon the effort to Keep the state neutral in all religious matters regardless of such attacks, particularly when, that effort is now evoking wide sup-' port from Jew and non-Jew alike. "We believe firmly in prayer and we believe firmly in religious observances but we believe equally firmly that the place for prayer i.n-: such observances is in the home, in the synagogue or the church. The day that the state begins to foster religious beliefs and religious observances even by so called non-denominational exercises will mark the first step In weakening of religious groups in uur country and the decline of true religious belief Pfeffer. general counsel of the American Jewish Congress, issued a statement saying: "It is disquiet ing that the editors of 'America" should apparently impose as a condition for the avoidance of antiSemitism that Jews forego their right to seek judicial determination of their constitutional liberties In the guise of predicting antiScmitism, they are in fact encourl it." He emphasized that the t organ omitted to mention that those supporting the Supreme Court ruling included also Pri si cent Kennedy; the Joint Baptist lie Affairs 17.0 • leading Protes t pul states Sal [or tl %  .-• i ican Hebrew Congregations, issued the following statement on behalf of the two organizations: "The organizations of Reform Judaism rJd with chagrin and disappointment to the recent editorial in 'America.' This customarily liberal publication, noted for the breadth and fairness of its views, has seen fit now to issue a threatening and patroniiir 3 statement to the Jewish community. This editorial implies that, if the Jewish community continues to support the decision of the Supreme Court and implementation of American constitutional liberties, it will call down upon itself the wrath of anti-Semitism. "In the guise nf a kindly warning. •America' is encouraging the very evil it claims to be trying to avert. It is not the United States Supreme Court, nor those \sh-> support the law ui the land, who are arousing religious tension in America If there is a harvest of tear in America, it icaused by those who have planted the seeds in a highly charged emotional attach upon tho-e who support the Supreme Court d< The two central bodies of Amen can Reform Jewry pointed i their joint si term nt that thi %  izati %  %  led to 1 he teachii %  NICOSIA. Cyprus -(JTA)-Tta Minister ol .he Interior of Cyprus unced this week the bombing ol theater in which the film •Exodus" 8i lowing and said „,,„ -no acts of lunac> will be p/rmitted to hall -how,,,, ol the film. The hlasl oc. irr. I Saturda> under th back oor ol CineDiano Two. where the Mm. which relates the Jewish struggle sh Israel, has been show k lh. theater was shut down after the blast, but showi, „) the Mm continued al othei lte rs ol the same companj When news of the blast filtered into the other theaters, many viewers hastily left, apparent fearing similar blasts at the theaters in which they had been *IN ting. The explosion damaged the rear door of the theater and left a crater in the ground nearby A .poke-man lor the theater firm said al first thej would cancel all showings of "Exodus" for the time being, but later the com pan) announced H would continu* the performancem Nicosia, and on Monday would begin showing il in Limassol Interior Minister Polykarpo Georkratzis said in his statement thai the blast was "undoubtedly a criminal action which by no meanwill servt the ir.ier.no::of thi prits The Mm competent censi i Police officials said that they were actively investigating the explosion, concentrating their probe on "some suspected quarters." The blast climaxed a week-long controversy over the first showing of the film in Cyprus which began when theater officials said they had been threatened by gunmen, whs warned them not to show th film. It opened on sc*-edule und*.police 1 protection. Arab dlpl< matie misai in Nt,.,,',,,,. who had exerte insideri ie pressure to prevent shov the Him, issued a j mer.t last Thursday callir \ u : disti rlion of tin evei to t n e >tal lishmenl <'f i•' %  and making the usual charm thai Israelis had "usurped" v homeland. HoUywocd Sinai Start's Expansion William Horvil. chairrr huildin ci mmittee, this r.ounced that lh< board woodTemple Sinai has the contract f r additior rooms to Ralph C Thorn Son. The building and equip amount to approximate! and is the firs! phase of 100 youth and educational nnnsion program ;-t the j The architect iMarvin Rabbi David Shapiro ider of the Temple, a li nt of thr (in atl r Mi. id al Assn. il >ek an[ Holly, tarded class -on % %  i:t will 125.000 &e Sioo.ing ex" -mple llahn spiritual '. pre-i Rabh CONTINENTAL DINING ROOM nly ••( homer S • i" "•:•: RESTAURANT 8393 Bird Rood W omi 21a 1744 jROMWELL ct i L Bf Mt Octinfront it 20th St • Miami Beach • Private Beach • Cabanai • Pool • Ever; Room Sa-ie Bait FREE 7th DAY "oom and Htm it m o u.i>s at bprci.ii Pre-Hi im.iy Rates to September 28 \ CONTINENTAL ,CATERERS fea^ ,v<*' the N^v* MOT t I MARSEILLES H.OH HOLIDAY SPECIAL PACKAGE limited Number of 12 Occon-Front, Ocean-View Corner Rooms, 12 days. 11 Nights, Sept. 28-0ct. 9, S71.50 Per Pcrs. Dbl. 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[ay, August 31. 1962 *#•"* uih Ftwidfaf} Page 9-A He Lay Dying By MAX LERNER ZOA Leader Urges Priority for Culture % %  days of West Berlin rioting al (he Berlin wall shows that ,hch v was wron. He agreed to Ulbricht's plan for building the ... r ago on Ihe assumption thai it could freeze the division beihe ;•.•" cities and keep the situ; tic It has proved any: ut static. What Khru hil,c\ had not counted on was thai people would keep n the citj "i dreadful night despite the wall, ami that as ed thej would be shot down, and that ;^s the) lay dying stormy Duld be stirred on b -th sidt s of the wall. : an> rate is what has been happening. Hence the rioting, is—despite Khrushchev's charges— not the work of "provocabut of the human heart Lei me put it differently and say. u heart itself 1a provocateur, for it stirs up explosions ol ;. feeling where the brain says, Keep quiet, keep quiet Consider what happened just before the wall's anniversary. Two • ,-i lierlin youths fled across the wall. The guards shot at them. nade it The other, an 18-year-old hoy. didn't, but fell hack on Communist side of the wall, perhaps 30 feet from Checkpoint The puards let him lie there, bleeding his life away, until : The Americans at the Kate, who had been instructed to avoid :., idents, did nothing. Some ol my readers have sent me letters saying they don't like me writing about the Berlin wall and about the two Berlins. They -, \ m a variety of forms essentially the same thins: "A plague on nil Berlins, Why are you concerned about the gray faces and the (!i -p. rate lives of the people in East Germany? They are Germans, he) not? Let the East Germans waste away under Communism. iid be well if the West Germans did too." I am >orry that I cannot agree No category of human beings, %  .. T thev have .lone, are beyond ins compassion, nor are those new things to them beyond my anger. The reason why Jews • : (he Nazis was thai there was no compassion for them in hearts, and no anger against those who killed them To ex-..in. lack of feeling row t.> a dying German boy is to prolong tuate the desensitizing of man which was at the n><>: of the %  I am not speaking now of 'he politics of the conflict between East .'. %  • Berlin. I am sure :ha( (he politicis very complex, and I .i I could write ..~ (angled an essay on it as (he next man. But I am talking not about German politics but about a human Or another da) l may write about how complex and dangerous riots ma) prove to the whole German problem But right now (J l y a hoy dying He tried t<> flee to freedom, ayour boy or do under the same conditions. He was shot down, and no %  r moved to save him or even to touch him. Thai is the fact, I suppose, that caught the imagination and anger beginnings of the Bible from the hi West Berlin crowds who have stoned the Russian military bus original text. irsued a Russian officer and who denounce the Americans for A|v) jn |he ccao0 | pr0 gram are •.Hilling about the boy weekly Sabbath services, special Starting from that simple fact, we can get more complex. You p repa rat j on f or Jewish holidays. ) ss, as I do, that one reason behind the stormy passions of the an(J planm ci entertainment. NEW YORK — iJTA) — A newcommunal policy •which will gh the highest priority to intellectual [ and cultural endeavors, to Jewish] schools, to Hebrew education, to | the deepening and enrichment of I Jewish life" in the United States; was urged her. by Dr. F.manuel Neumann, addressing the final ses-i -ion of the two day meeting of the national executive council of the Zionist Organization of America. | the ruling body of the organization between conventions, "Therein lies the best assurance for the Jewish future," he told the 200 Zicnis-t leaders from all parts of the country attending the meeting. He called upon the Zionist movement in tins country "to bring' about a fundamental change of cli-! mate in the American Jewish community" with emphasis on cultural work. Dr. Nussbaum. president of the ZOA, told the gathering that the gap between the people of Israel and the Jewish communities in countries outside of Israel is con, tinuing to widen He said that America, and the free world as a i • whole, "must no longer be classified in the category of Galut I (lands of dispersion'" and that, i "the Jewish community in the Unit-1 ed States and the Jewish community in Israel constitute two per] manent parts of one of the same ethnic group called the Jewish people." The newly elected ZOA president voiced concern over the failure of the Argentine authorities Kneseth Israel Now Registering Jacob Sachs, chairman of Knc seth Israel Congregation's Hebrew school, announces that registration i> now being accepted. Curriculum will include the study in the rudiments of reading, writing, prayers and their meaning Children are also given an outline of Jewish history and taught, the %  thai the free world, led by America, will not tolerate their planned aggression against Israel." Jacques Torczyner, of New York, chairman of the national executive council, addressing Ihe session, declared that "in view of the forth coming elections in the state of New York it is important to reiterate that there is no 'Jewish Mite' in our country and that Jews do not vote as 8 bloc in favor of an) Jewish candi late because of bis race or religion." He ma le it clear that the Zionist Organization i America is nonnartis.tn an h.-s friends in both the Democrats and Republican parties. Other speakers included J soph to take stern measures to suppress action of terrorism against Jews. He urged the Argentine Government "to investigate the lir.k between the current antiSem'tic excesses and the largescale infiltration of former leading Nazis from Germany into Argentina." Dr. Neumann also spoke on the situation in the Middle East. He said that "in the face of the continued build-up of Egyptian arms by the .Soviet Union we cannot be content with repeated assurances by our government thnt it is ton (lined for Israel's security." He a ded that "Russian MIG's and submarine cannot be effectively countered by soothing words." andiSerlin. vice speaker of the Israel i mphasized that "a policy decision is called for followed by action which will make it crystal clear to Egypt's Nasser and his cohorts Parliament; Rabbis Charles I". Shulman and Ira Eisenstein; and Dr. Sidney Marks, ZOA executive director, Berlin crowd is a stormy conscience. Unconsciously they may shouting against themselves and their fathers, who in the Nazi :• not one hoy hut millions of innocent people to die. and with ; •• honorable exceptions did not stir to save them • ii mj guess is right, and if the cry of the crowd is a cry from cience, then it meanat least that their conscience is \n awakened conscience is a step toward the human. aw iik Miss Dorothy Arlin has been retained a< teacher for the Talmud • Torah Rabbi David Lchrfield. the congregation's spiritual leader. is principal. 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Friday. JV-crust 31. 1962 Page 10-A 'Jenist rkrtdfton Administration Aid to Egypt Despite Assist from Reds Continued from Page 1-A Israeli Initiative relates to its timing_and hence to its utility. U. should cdncejitrate on aiding cleveUnd >JlUl the State De natlona that do not divert the. w M Uu Arab ,,.. SSETJSS^Iw 2 K prob,era ?f pri — G.'OJcd JOSEPHTHAl Israel Minister Of Development Dead at Age 50 By Special Report The Israel Minister of Development and Housing. Dr. Giora Josephthal, died Aug. 22 of a heart attack. He was 50 years old. Dr. Josephthal was staying at his brother's honie in Switzerland, where he was recuperating from an earlier attack suffered seven weeks ago. He was slated to return to his desk in Jerusalem at the end of the month. Dr. Josephthal was bern in Nuremberg, Germany, in 1912. He studied ar universities in Germany and Switzerland before settling in Palestine in 1928. Dr. Josephtha was a veteran kibbutz member, and had held various posts at the Jewish Agency since 1944, including thoee of director of immigrant Absorption, and treasurer. He helped negotiate the Reparations Agreement with West Germany in 1951-52. From 1956 to 1959. Dr. Josephthai served as secretary-General of I Mapai, the Israel Labor Party, headed by Prime Minister David i Een-Gurion. In 1959. he joined the \ cabinet as Minister of Labor, and in December. 1961. became Minister of Development and Housing i in the post-election cabinet. Dr. Josephthal leaves a wife.! Senta. who is a member of the Executive of Histadrut. the Israel Federation of Labor. They had no children. President i\ennen> ... Mi( |,||,. East, is ay with the coming appropriations < .. ( rm i:il phase „, JU res, to prepare an explana^T N i t ions negotiations to solve ti0I1 for Congress on "the whole UmtedNal m^ ^^ nerolexing question of why we iv 1KlN1 „„im el seems to us that the max.MH.nt e forts „i the United stateas well as of the countries in the area, should be devoted to seem.; these important negotiations through to a successful conclusion. perplexing que. nore Israel's military needs wiul. Indirectly subsidizing Egypt's purchase of late-model Soviet jets, tanks, submarines, and so forth. Rep. Halpern said in a communl8 eat ion to President Kennedy that KarnsU .j n is a member 01 Ml the arms imbalance between Israel House foreign Affairs Committee, I and the Arab states "has reached a dangerous point where Nasser is Assistant Secretary of stare I tempted to consider reckless adFrederick G. Dutton said this I ventures." He told Mr. Kennedy i week that there was little the that "Israel is the only anti-Corn-, state Department could do to n.unist nation on earth, threatened; prevent Arab countries from deby Soviet equipped forces, which i nying entry to American otiiens ; has turned to us pleading for the | right to purchase balancing arms and gotten no favorable response." ; Lei. to right ere Sam Schulwolt, Henry Jcccbson NKchael iEnk and Joe V.shup. They are officers ci newly-formed Men's Club of National Children s Cardiac Hospital. Hospital Forms New Men's Club A high State Department official, meanwhile, indicated this week that the United States would like to see the Arab refugee problem settled before encouraging any peace talks between Arabs and Israel. who visit Israel first. Mr. Dutton was replying to a complaint by New York Sen. Jacob Javits on behalf of two New Yorkers who were denied entry to Iraq and Syria, during their tour of the Middle East. Henr\ Jacobson nas oeen named president of the newly-formed Men's Club oi the National Children's Cardiac Hospital, which will hold a charter members' organizational meeting the evening of Sept I. Vice President Lyndon B Johnson, meanwhile, is not visiting 1> rael on his current tour of Middle Fast and Mediterranean countries Harland Cleveland. Assistant ; which includes Lebanon. Cyprus, Secretary of State for International Iran. Greece and Turkey The idea Affairs, said in a letter to Rep. of including Israel in his itinerary Leonard Farbstein, New York was rejected because such a visit Democrat, that the State Departmight have been "misinterpreted' ment favors Arab-Israel peace but by the Arab states, it was learned "our reservation about the present here this week. Golda Meir Set to Meet With Rusk for Policy Talk Temple Israel School to Open Beach Physician On Tour of Duty Dr. Julian S. Haber, of Miami Eeach, who recently came to active duty in the United States Air Force with the rank of captain, has completed the orientation course for officers of the medical service at Gunter AFB in Alabama. Dr. Haber. son of Mr. and Mrs. Saul Haber, of 1919 Bay dr., was given familiarization instruction COV ing administrative procedures, military medicine and medical service support of USAF objectives. Capt. Haber is being reassigned to the USAF hospital at Maxwell ARB. Ala. He will join the staff there for practice as u physician. Dr Haber, who holds BA and MD ckgrees, attended the University of M ami. He is a member of Tau Delta Phi. JERUSALEM — (JTAl — Foreign Minister Golda Meir will meet with Secretary of State Dean Rusk next month when Mrs. Meir will be in the United tSates to head the Israeli delegation to the United Na tions General Assembly, it was re ported this week in the press here The major objective of the meet ing will be to review relations be tween the two countries with par! ticular reference to the expanding military machine of the United West Miami JWV 'Nite Club 1 Eve Jewish War Veterans and Auxiliary, West Miami Post, will have a "Nile Club" evening in the Tam, bourine room of the Carillon hotel Saturday at 9 p.m. A weekend for two to Nassau on the SS Florida, a weekend for two at the Carillon hotel, and a transistor radio will be presented. Jimmie Stern and Mrs. Joseph Ach'man are in charge of tickets. Arab Republic. Foreign Ministry I circles said here that no meeting had been fixed but that the possi; bility of such a meeting was not i ruled out i Meanwhile, Myer Feldman, deputy special counsel to President Kennedy, was reported this week to have given repeated assurance to Israeli officials here about the United States commitment to Israel and the Kennedy Administration's understanding of Israel's security and development needs. The White House adviser, who 1 returned to Washington after spending five days in Israel as a guest of the Weizmann Institute, was understood to have given those assurances to Prime Minister David BenGurion and to Foreign Minister Golda Meir in several meetings It was assumed that Mrs Meir conveyed to the White House ad viser Israel's concern over threats to its security from the Egyptian military buildup and n closure of rocket capabilitv Other oi. • • ed i :< tide J<'" Vfrshup. vict ; • lent Michael Blank, tn • and S > %  Schulwolf, set reti jacobson was can ed chairman "t the mem!' rshi| c mmitt >, "h • %  is current!} un< • rtaking a Irive to enhst as mat ;• men as possible Expressii \ rithghl over the tu w club's foi mat L< o ibinson, president ol ihi b< spil a stated: "Heretofon I hi -pital i is looked to tin %  %  • • if our various chi pti rs lor ass stance in fund rais i | %  with in active men'groui • antici] ite even greater rest !< The meet i i Sepl 5 A ill be hi I u .'. horn -it 1152 Temple Israi n us s< h I rs for Ihi 162 •' yeai on Saturdi y and S n i> : Sept 15 and 11 usand or men i their | will hi pn eted I: Dr J< Naroi and I antor Ja< nl G stein, lead,:: I %  Temple Israel SV Steterhoi a i Brotherh od. as wi as of thi ongn gation itself. A Sabbal it mil) si rvice will be-, ;he morning's program, with Dr. Narot and Cantor Bornstein officiating and speaking lo parents on th -roll ii in relij %  • c ation ol Ihi r cl Idrct son and Di •' %  i Saslat lirector i I me ica • • i land to ii.doctri • A^^l/V^WS^^W*/^^^^^^*^^^ lie'.. ill bl th. parents after which \ j have the opportunity to meet the faeu'ty am. discuss the year's pro gram Information about registration and enrollment from kindergarten through confirmation, the senior and his-h school, and adul: class are availabh at ;h Tempk Israel office Dade Heights Luau on Sunday Dade Heights Jewish Congregation will hole; its second lua Sunday night, In addition lo the exotic food, leis will bt givi n to the guests and a professional Tahitien floor show will be presented Dancing will music of B four p.m : FREE ISRAEL BCOK 45 f :-.f:S AN3 WITH PURCHASE CF YUBAN THE SMCHA COFFEE AT YOUR LOIAL S'DRE or Enclose < I • from I -slant Yuban or snip cf fin wraparound ; -c Secular Yuban with your name ar; address and send to JEWISH FIORIDIAN P.O. 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lay. Augu3t 31, L962 +Jenist HcrHlfan Page II-A inter Staff Ability Must be Reflected in Boards |y SANFORO SOUENDER post v.ho cry that the availabil of tht Jewish Community Cento nor.-Jews promotes intermar|e hardly have reflected on all implications )f this issue, jld they seriously propose that who so deeply resent discximjry practices when applied to no*', reciprocal.: by such unlocutic policies in their own muni:y organizations? itei n.arriage obviously is not a ^ter-ir;n< entrates on ilng > mg people such inner foricatii there need be little fear their r..rmal democratic expos id ariet) •; human associa>nI'nder these conditions, hen J< ish youth extend the hos1 a 111> I their Center to their nonkwish friends thej can do so with klscii us pride in their Jewishness Id wiUx no diminishing of their pwish youth activity. This is an lirmative approach, far more in keping with traditional Jewish llues, than an anxious effort to |inimiz< the gerierjl associations Jewi.-r youth Vital Future The ;.l future of the Jewish mmunity Center rests upon dent .-train evidence thai it is peculirly filled to meet the needs of Jew, both as American and pw. I: uniquely suited to proid in L: means for the expression of harmony of these inseparable id integral aspects of a unified brsonality. Its capacity to do so tplainits phenomenal growth. The Center's special gift is its tbility through sensitive social ork tc harness the infinite edupatior^' potentialities of Jewish • roup association. It understands Human needs and growth id the impact of group life on i TrJU U t'r* livt in a lefenst of the "Jeuishness" >f theJewish Community Center movement' Slender, executive vice pttal lent >t the \atu>nal Jewish Welfare H urd. j.U pre* ideni of the .\jtnmjl Conference >l Social Welfare, presented these remarks m an jji'f-. before [lie annual confer' ence of the National Awn. of Jewish Center Workers at Atlantic City ,\ /. >i June ? in reply t.' a recent article an the tunica in "Conservative Judaism that stirred u-iJe i ersy jnj L itniHenC. article by Carl Urbont, executive I director of the 92nd Street Y.\I & YWHA. in which he fearlessly and with determination calls the attention of his colleagues in Center I work to the tasks with wnich they must deal. It is regrettable that the editors obtained Mr. Uubont's j consent to publish this article E without informing him of their intention to use it in such a destructive context. More Experimentation the person. It is capable of ministering to the individual and family needs of the Jew, in the context of his group participation. By providing wit'hin its walls a replica of the community, the Center builcs community attitudes and participation through experience. By the use of leadership skill and creativity, group activties beccme vehicles for learning and growth, and for cultivating Jewish belonging, knowledge and participation. The very flexibility of Center-programming, within the context of its sharp purposefulness, gives it special vitality and adaptability. The meaning of Jewish values can be conveyed through the Center's impact on the Jew as a perI son—as one who learns through group activity and the influence of leadership to better understand his heritage and live by it The Cen-' ter's benefits can accrue as well I to Jewish cultural creativity, to the development of Jewish leadership. I and to strengthening the Jewish community. As an expression of j the finest in his Jewish heritage, the Jew can be guided through the Center experience to a more active part in American society as .. whole. i The reassert ion of the great po tentiality of the Jewish Comniun itiy Center is prelude to the fact that major problems must be overcome if the Center is to fulfill ils utmost possibilities Self-criticism is both a tradition of the Center movement, and the mark of a confident, maturing institution, The editors of "Conservative Judaism" included in their recent issue an iurvives Nazis, deceives Master's % egree in Florida rhei Louis Max Heilberg. only ild ol Mr, and Mrs Alfred Hellu ol Cologne, Germany, was I er to nuns by his heart^k. %  rents who were dra 11<> thi Auschwitz Concentration S nevei Ireamed thai %  wi i ever him again Iir %  the war ended, kind %  stianeighbors told them thai p.v hemj r.u-eil in a nearlonvenl After proper identifioi. and the miracle of survival, i a exits bro ighl him, at the [oi : to Miami M !),' cared for ft Ii es, while they returned their own parents. kis graduated from Miami fch High School and the Univer|ot F i rida. majoring in English Mure. Last week, he receiv Master's degree in fundament pf education. 'is ,T the faculty in the Dad, |y tcbqol system and lecturer Irish history it Temple Beth s is the husband of the for5hiri,h Skop. laughter of Rabid Mrs. MornA. Skop, of 1 les the-is for the Masterdeentitled "Min irity In IsolaForemost must be a determination to make greater strides to-; wards richer programs in depth for all age groups. Jewish life is sorely tried by the virtual disassociation of teenagers from congregational activity after bar-mitzvah or confirmation, and by the inanimate quality of most Jewish knowledge and practice, The Center must make a more daring, frontal attack on this problem. More resourcefulness, creativity and vigor must go into motivating interest in Jewish activity and planning the content of such programs Staff must not be deterred by initial resistances to Jewish interests but musl redouble their efforts to open now avenues of Jewish activity There must be more experimentation, research and demonstration in respect to Jewish programming. Mr Solender then suggests tlut "die momentum which has been generated t.> strengthen the capacity of Center professional staf) to pro* vide the needed leadership must be accelerated." In Ins effete recruitment .>/ staff "with .solid lavish hackgrounds must be stepped up. He i-iiies tlur "Similar measures for ,a\ leadership mu.st receive t intituling emphasis became Creativity must be employed also in dealing u::ii Jewish practices In the defense of Center programm on the Sabha-.'n Mr. Solendei denies that this :< a Center problem. American Jewish .'i/e." he believes the itrei • and %  the adaptation of '• %  prat:... • to the rapidly il scene" and 'The S An : life today .. %  -A %  >•:,>.[ pari in • • breach I usion he de^ lares I Such matters as the Sabbath 1 practices of Centers are local com munity problems which must be dealt with by the local communities. They are issues around which there are an infinite variety oi MOW.-, even within the religiou-. community. JWB as the national body of the Centers has reaffirmed the original recommendations of the Janowsky report that Centershould be open on the Sabbath Day only for those activities which are in consonance with the day JWB has urged that the determination oi a given Center's policy within this framework should be made with fullest consultation with all affected local groups. Centers share their important tasks with other Institutions, chief among them, being the synagogue. While the Center's community orientation has always influenced it to be concerned about these relationships, this must be given a place of continuing primacy. It is a source of special satisfaction that recent years have seen progressive advances in healthy understanding, mutual acceptance and cooperation between most Centers and synagogues. Some of the writers in "Conservative Judaism" have chosen to ignore this: even to dare to attempt to thrust back this progress. But they cannot succeed, for the vast majority of the nation's rabbinical and synagogal leadership will have no part of institutional rivalry and conflict. The aspiration for cooperative endeavor in a common cause musl continue to be overri iing And let US remember at all time-, that the efficacy ol such cooperation depends on the highest of mutual respect on the part of the leaders of each Vital Functions It is to be regretted thai at a time when ail energies should be applied to the tasks of strengthen IWA every institution capable of a constructive contribution to Jewish life, we have been briefly diverted by attacks of a destructive intent. But our dedication to the central purpose of enriching American Jewish life is too strong to permit serious diversion Both the synigue and the Jewish Community Center have vital functions in American Jewish life. As Rabbi Joshua L Liebman stated in a memorable address in 1948. "Synagogues are here to stay, Centers are here to stay, other Jewish communal organizations are here to stay. It is not a matter of 'either-or' but a matter of 'both, and'—the synagogue and the Jewish Center must become creativa partners ." We must join our efforts to increase the effective; ness of both. Our best creativity must be addressed to the primary task of fortfying the richness ani quality of our life as American Jews. In partnership with all in Jewish life who share this goal, we must and shall move forward towards ever greater success in this mission. YOUR TELEPHONE PROPERLY ANSWERED IS YOUR GREATEST BUSINESS ASSET Answerite, Inc. Telephone Answering Service SERVING JEfferson — Union Highland FRanklin Executive Office FR 3-5581 Welcome Wagon celebrates the arrival of each new baby with a friendly call—with a basket of gifts and congratulations of the entire community. LOUIS HlllBtKG tion—A descriptive Analysis of the Warsaw Ghetto," which his professors urge him to publish. RENT A CAR from $2.50 pr day $1". MI k x mitoaga rtt.rutcastt or misfits Pease call us for early pick-up. 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August 31. 1962 EMS OF WISDOM the son of toezer, of uereltd Jose, the son of Yochanan. tsalcm. received the tradition the preceding. Jose, the son kfr of Veredah. said, Let thy b< a meeting house for the |, % %  ..••::, l-r the dust of their Lid dnn*; in their words with ^...: • Perachyah, ,'•:,.. the Arbelite, received m the preceding. the si Pi rachyah said. thys '.live ludge ail me>i tblv. f: Keep • bour: late not with the unc\ed; and j 101 the beliej in retnbu• • 11 'i f Shdtach. mid searching m the examina[< %  witnesses and lie heedful 1 words lr>t through them u falsify. L: ;\:...yon received n from the preceding, r. mid I i>i 1 t< %  • > t;. hdti k and •( f\ 'a mtimac \ with i power Religion *^ Hakes T/ "V' U he c/I ewi Ipzig Jews Reopen Synagogue ^\nON—(JTA)—The only synain Leipzig, East Germany, consecrated this week after j lomptetion of the redecoration I |hc interior of the building j |h waa vised as a storeroom ] pg the Nai regime. There are 300 Jews in the city today pared with a Jewish populanearly 10.000 in 1938. :-: rfirul Backs Jewish Requests DE JANEIRO—(JTA)—CarDon Yincente Scherer, of Allegre. assured a Jewish gation this week that he would his full support to the Jewish lest to the forthcoming Ecu|cal Council to delete anti-Jewexpressions from all Catholic \v delegation of the Confederof Jewish Communities in H handed the Cardinal a memlum asking his support for the st. The Cardinal told the jation he supported the condf th" memorandum without rvation. He added he would led lately communicate his poin to his "good personal p c provincial government al funds from school taxes to 5h da) schools was voiced this l>> the influential Catholic Le Devoir. Some 4.000 Jewnldren attend the Jewish day ills in Montreal. All other priSChoolfl are under Catholic Protestant direction supported %  eneral school tax levies. he editorial, signed by Catholic ion leader Claude Ryan, ased that "in granting perfect 001 equality to those Jews who tady bear heavy sacrifices to intain their culture, we will ^v. the entire country the true ts from which springs our a*imcnt to our cultural treasure." Hillel to Expand Activities INNEAPOLIS—(JTA)—Plans to chase property for the establishfnt of Hillel Foundation facilities the University of Minnesota's st Bank expansion project were losed here by Rabbi Louis Mil|m, director of the University's iel Foundation. 1 said in his annual report that lings el the development ject would begin receiving stu\ ts whi • • fij semesti r I 1 fr**/J hf*r Minn Page 13-A ^fn Jltc r^ealyn \Jf
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(Jewish Florikftian
Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY
Vj.ume 35 Number 35
Miami, Forida, Friday. August 31. 1962
Two Sections Price 2Zt
Anger Greets Jesuit Magazine Editorial Warning to US Jewry
NEW YORK (JTA) National
i;-h .lanizations were incensed
this week over an editorial in the
rrenl issue of the Jesuit weekly
magazine, "America."' warning the
Jews t: their support of the Su-
preme Court ruling outlawing the
New York Regents prayer from
public schools might lead to an out-
i reak < I anti-Semitism in this coun-
ti V
Th< -erican Jewish Congress,
and other Jewish groups mention
ed by name in the editorial, issued
statements assailing the editorial
In the Jesuit organ. Other major
Jewish organizations, including the
American Jewish Committee and
the National Community Relations
Advisory Council which speaks in
the name of a number of Jewish
national and local bodies, were con-
templating the issuance of similar
severe statements against the
article which they considered a-
a threat to Jews.
The editorial, which is expect-
ed to provoke protests also on
the part of non-Jewish groups,
asserted that there have been
"disturbing hint* of heightened
anti-Semitic feelings" since the
Supreme Court's school prayer
ruling on June 25. This, the article
indicated, has come about be-
cause Jews were among those pe-
titioning the court to bar the pray-
er. Other religious observances
in public schools, said the maga-
zine, may soon be declared un-
constitutional "with the help of
some important Jewish groups."
Declaring that the Jewish com-
munity was not unanimous in sup-
porting the Supreme Court ruling
and in other efforts to remove re-
ligious observances from public
schools, the Jesuit organ blame:
especially the American Jewish
Congress and its general counsel
Leo Pfeffer, for activities to secure
the removal of religion from public
schools, as well as the Union of
American Hebrew Congregations
and the Central Conference of
American Rabbis.
"These Jewish agencies." the edt-
Continued on Page 8 A
JFK Says Egypt to Get U.S. Aid;
Solve Refugee Tiff Or No Talks
ifo mnu
In rehurfol
WASHINGTON (JTA) President Kennedy indicated this week
i that the United States would continue providing aid to the United Arab
Republic in spite of the fact that that country has been making large-
scale purchases of arms from the Soviet Union.
The U.S. Government would thus--------------------------------
ignore the Kea.ing-Halpern Amend-|own resources to buy ^^ arms
; men.to the Foreign Assistance Act The amcndment expressed the sen-
which opposes American aid to na- (irnent of Congress buf js not man.
ttons like Egypt which use their l|;itorv or bind(ng (|n ,he executlve
department.
MYER FELDMAN ON HIS OWN
Kennedy Aide Spoke for Himself
CANS OF 'WEEDKILLER'
London Court Opens Hearing
Of Fascist Head Colin Jordan
LONDON (JTA) Cans of
.seed-killer which could easily
be turned into explosives, and which
had been labeled "Jew killer."
were among the items seized by
Scotland Yard at the headquarters
'i Spearhead, an organization con-
nected with Colin Jordan's Nation-
al Socialist movement, it was dis-
closed hire by prosecutor Griftith
'unes at the opening session of the
hearing in Magistrate's Court of
rordan and three other British Nazis
charged with violating the Public
Order Act The prosecutor asked
thai lh< four men be committed
for trial
Vrrested with Jordan are John
Tvndall, lan Kerr-Rltchie and Den-
Piri< The four men are ac-
cused nf controlling the Spearhead
i rganiz i on, a semi military group,
and ol \. ilating provision.- uf the
Public i er Act which prohibit
the use ol force or acting in such
i way ..- in usurp the powers of
' pol i The) are remanded on
'I unn, tomorrow.
The prosecutor said that the
police had alM found alon.-j with
the weed-killer, instructions to
;>!ace a few crystals in a sealed
room full of Jews." Other ar-
ticles fount1 at the group's head-
quarters in the Notting Hill sec-
tion of London included pictures
of Josef Goebbels and Julius
Stretcher, two of Hitler's high-
ranking Naxis, as well as evidence
of training in unarmed combat
and semi-military exercises.
Mr Jones told the court that
Continued on Page 16-A
The President told his weekly
press conference that it was not
a moral issue because some coun-
tries receive aid from both east
and West. He stressed that the
United States must make a judg-
ment as to what serves the long-
range interests of the United
States and feels that American
aid is consistent even if the na-
tions buy Soviet arms, in that it
helps 'hem maintain sovereignty
and independence.
Egypt was not specifically nam-
ed, but it was clear that Egypt. In-
dia and perhaps other countries
were in the frame of reference of,
the question.
The Keating-llalpern Amendment
i stablished the principle that Amer-
Continued on Page 10-A
WASHINGTON (JTAi The
State Department last weekend
stressed, both publicly and through
diplomatic channels to the Arab
states, that the discussions of Myer
Peldman, deputy special counsel to
President Kennedy, in Israel, did
not necessarily reflect the views
of the United States Government.
State Department spokesman
Joseph Reap announced that Mr.
Feldman's visit to Israel was pri-
vate, "unofficial." and that "he
was nol there as a representative of
he United States Government"
The spokesman said Mr. Feldman
paid calls on Israeli officials "but
we do not know with whom he had
appointments" because he was not
there as a U.S. official
The Department's comments on
the trip by a top-ranking White
House staff member and close aide
to the President were considered
unprecedented. It was learned
that the Department made the
comments on Mr Feldman after in-
quiries had been made by Arab
diplomats Mr Feldman assists
President Kennedy on a broad
range of legislative and adminis-
trative matters
Gurion Feted in Stockholm;
Stresses Israel-Swedish Ties
WAS HEAD OF JEWISH POLICE?
Israel Musician Denies He Was
Of Help to Nazis in Poland
DIMS WITH KING GUSTAF
PAGl t-A
TEL AVIV tJTA i Hirsch
Berenblatt, conductor of the Israel
Folk opera Orchestra, denied this
week charges of participating in
rounding up .lews in Nazi-occupied
Poland and handing them Over to
the Gestapo for extermination.
Accor ing tn ihc charge sheet,
Berenblatt served as head of the
,i. ish police in occupied Poland
and in thai capacity rounded up
7.."i .lews and helped the Gestapo
|.ul I hem mi trains which took
them to Nazi death camps.
He was further accused of round-
ing up scores ol Jewish children
troni orphanages and handing them
over to the Gestapo, Another ac
ion was thai he look monej
from Jews under threats to I
them over to the Gestapo if they
;efused to pa).
Shapira Urges Secular Understanding
.i.F.M (JTA) Moshe,
.Minister ol the Ii tenor
I Lea : i of Israels National Re-
ous party, this week called for
greater understanding on the part
'I the secular community inward
their religious fellow citizen- Ad-
Iressing the 20th World Court Con
vention of Miirachi-Hapoel Hamiz-
ractal, Mr. Shapira said that co-
operation between the religoius
and secular camps confronted the
movement with difficult tests
' We will continue to fight for
mutual understanding through a
spirit of free compromise without
forfeiting our principles for the
great common purpose of a renais-
sance ol the Jewish people," Mr.
Shapira declared.
Referring to the problem of Is-
rael's security and the flow of
arms into Egypt, Mr. Shapira ex-
pressed confidence that "the
people in Zion and its army will
know how to foil the enemy as in
the past."
Reporting on problems of educa-
tion, Rabbi Kezalel Katz. a Mi/
rachi leader, told the delegates that
the movement now had 1.160 re-
Continued on Page 7 A
STOCKHOLM (JTA 1 Prime
Minister David Ben-Gunon this
week mixed social meetings and
tours nt cultural and educational
institutions here with high level
diplomatic talk- as he launched a
mon'h-long tour of five Scandinav-
ian lands with a- tate visit to Swed-
en. Included in his itinerary along
with Sweden are Norwaj. Denmark.
Kirl.in I and Iceland
Premier Ben-Gurion, who is ac-
companied by Mrs. Ben-Gurion and
his daughter, Dr. Rennana Leshen,
- lauded by Swedish Prime Min-
1 1.1 r Erlai der as "the sym-
"i courage and determination
thi Isra i people in its suc<
siru for indepei den 1 and
j."
Addressing a reception in honoi
I e 1 i Prime Ministei. M1
inder expressed the hope that
"we will be able to continue our
vi rsations on the problems con
fronting our countries in a world
thai is growing more and more
interdepen enl and in winch small
countries have a responsibilit} to
participate actively in the work
for peace and hotter understand-
ing "
In his reply, Mr. Ben-Gurion
cited the work of two Swedish
leadersthe late Supreme Court
Judge Sandstrom, who served on
the United Nations Commission
for Palestine, and the late United
Nations Secretary General Dag
Hammarskjoldin aiding Israel's
rebirth and development. He
<-.dded that "that which binis us
to Sweden more than anything
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Israel Resumes Excavation
Under Police Surveillance
TEL AVIV (JTA) Work was resumed this ''- Beit
Netofa area under a heavy p.:!ic- guard on excavations for a water
pipeline alter police made i series of night arres il \: >- who were
trying to incite Arab villagers to oppose the excavation irk by force.
The excavation proceeded without incident although some tension was
reported amon | the Arab villagers.
Work on the project, a key parl
of the Jordan River-Negev irri \a ;. the request
lion project, was suspended he- ,r an appeal 11 3 higher court.
cause of Arab objections to the
pipeline's passed through their land
holdings The Haifa District Court
rejected an appeal by 21 of the
landowners against a condemnation
order issued by the Israel Water
Authority for part< of the area
needed for the pipeline. The court
Jewish and Arjb fanners own-
ing 'and aic: j jui miles af the
propoiea p pei i route have sold
land to 'he Government at an
agreed p11-' -' **' an acre but
Arabs owning the rest of the area
needed for ih? pipeline declined
to sell. The Min'stry of Finance
then used its authority to expro-
Cite Rockwell as Foreign Agent
Following Agreement With British
Seek Relief From ;i3,e ,h*requir5d rl3
The Government went into ciurt
New York Groups
Seek Relief From
Sunday BhiA Laws t0 cb,ain 3 'icoveryof p'oPer,v
JUIIUW/ ttMUfc l-V(>/-) cr-er when th- recalcitrant Arab
NEW YORK-t JTA -Four Jew- farmers reused to corr.py.
ish groups this week urged the New The ETmeta Us for liggins
York State Legislature to pass laws -N "" :ober when
granting Sabbath observers exemp- :; ^jggins
6 = and concrete w 1 .- xpec e I
Uon from the state Sunday closing finished nex! 5Ummel Work on tions ol -nis ,,-,,., included Istanbul.
Iw- all components stun- Turkey Gibraltar; Palermo, Sk
Their pleas were presented at a els. canals Malta- Mhens.
ublic hearing of the Democratic nd booster stations, I e to end "'
"at" Platform Advlsery Commit- rnultane Je of the Greece; and Messina. Italy, among
AluttU HIRSCH
Hirsch 2cck From
Overseas Tour
Representing Mayor King High
: .1. Hi:-1 '1 presented .1 Key to
he City of Miami to the mayors
oughoul Europe and
1 i2-da> cruise on
5S Atlantic with his wife.
> u hich heard of the altrac
1963-64 fiscal
Yehudah Mcshe
Has Sar Mitzvah
p
St
tee at the National Democratic
Club here. The groups were the Then an ann if 235.000.000
American Jewish Congress, the cubic J im the Jor-
New York Board of Rabbis, the an Rivei to he Xegei is xpected
National Council of Young Israel to start with in ill mate capacity
and the Council for Sabbath ob- m cubic
Bervance.
Marvin Karpatkin, co-chairman
of the Commission on Law and
Social Action of the American
Jewish Congress Metropolitan
Council, told the advisory com-
mittee that the New York state
closing law imposed "discrimina-
tory economic hardship and bur-
dens of the religious observance
of persons keeping a Sabbath
other than Sunday." He noted
that at least 12 states provide
exemptions for persons like Sev-
enth Day Adventists and Ortho-
dox Jews, "who, in good faith,
close thoir businesses to observe
different day as the Sabbath."
The State of New York, which
has the largest population of Sab-
bath observers in the United States,
and where the burdensome impact
of Sunday laws is greatest. can 1 1
no less." he pleaded
The committee also heard a
statement from a Jewish merchant,
Charles Pam, who said he was
scheduled to appear next week be-
fore Magistrates Court in Brooklyn
for the third time on charges of
violating the Sunday closing law
*'in spite of the fact that I am a
strict Sabbath observer, a member
of the Jewish faith and that my|
place of business, .1 small grocery)
store in Brooklyn, is strictly .
ed from sundown Friday night un-,
til Sunday morning."
il) other.-
In liana. Mayor Abe Khoush)
presented Hirsch ivith an auto-
graphed book to the "Honorable
VI ij or ol Miami." with illustrations
and text in Hebrew, English and
French on "Flowers of Israel "
A former president of Temple Is
rael Men's Club, Hirsch, ol Royal
Beauty Supply, has donated com-
plete beauty pailor equipment to
the Jewish Home for the Aged and
other philanthropic institutions
By Special Report
v, VSHINC N)N Congn --man
Seymour llalpern, Queens Republi
cun ,nis Week drew the attention
v. ne) General Roberl F.
. |v to the new International
..,, 0| George Lincoln Hock
v,.;]\ \ 12 a ilation and urged that
the American N izi Part> leader be
required lo register as a foreign
agent
Congressman Halpern cited Rock
well' signature on an agreement al
Cotswold. England, establishing a
Nazi Internationale" ol which
Rockwell is the Vmerican agenl
The Naii organiiation, created
in England earlier this month,
ar.noorced that it will work in-
ternationally to promote Naiism
in various countries. In the
Congressman s view, there is al-
ready enough trouble emanating
from international Communism
without an international Nan
movement.
Congressman Halpern told Mr
Kenned; thai I hi Ul >ri e; 1
.ral'- list ol subvet miza
does not include the Ameri-
can Nazi rariy. although il
list various old Fascist org;
ions thai have nol opei I sinci
I94S The excuse has la-en offered
that u the American Nazi Part}
. ere listed 11 mighl afford Mr
Rockwell a possibility of ol
., hearing that might afford hip;
some newspaper publicity. rh-
faci is," Mid Congressman Ha..
pirn "Mr. Rockwell seems, in any
event, to be getting ihe widest in-
ternational news coverage."
Also. Congressman Halpern not.
Ihal the Justice i>.
11 fon ign governments
inns, an other undertak
i-j stei as foreign agents bul has
:.tl\ exempted M
. ell from such requiren
for the best in...
- pest
".control '
service
calll
Congregation Yehudah Moshe
will celebrate it- Bar Mitzvah here.
year by installing permanent seats
in the sanct
High Holy Da..
Assignment of seats by members Chai chapter. I'.'nai B'rith, held
of the congregation will take place a "member brine, a member'' parts
in Popiel Hall on Sunday evening. at the Deauville hotel Tuesdaj
Program will also include card evening, Mrs, Flora Sinick was in
games and mah jongg. charge of arrangements.
..arc in time tor the citof Chapter Party
ay services.
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U.S. Firm Refuses Submission to Boycott
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NEW YORK JTA A top of-
ficial of the American Machine and
Foundry Corporation <>1 New York
said thi- week it had rejected an
Arab League Boycott committee
demand that it refuse to service
the atomic reactor the corporation
had helped Israel t< nuil 1
Milton Barall. vice president of
the corporation's international di-
vision, told the Jewish Telegraphic
Apency that a report from Damas-
, cus that the corporation had been
removed from the Arab League
hoycott list after 14 months was
1 correct. He added, however, that
the corporation not only had not
pledged it would refusi m >\ ice to
Israel hut that on the contrary, it
had sent ;i letter to the hoycott com-
mittee that it would continue to
provide necessary services for the
atomic reactor.
Mr. Bari.il said that i.e and
Frank White, president of the in-
ternational division, met with Is-
raeli officials at the Israel Em-
bassy in Washington on Aug. 3,
and gave that assurance to them.
He explained that while the cor-
poration had no contractual ob-
ligation with Israel after the re-
actor was completed, it felt it did
have a moral obligation to fill or-
ders for parts and fuel needed
to keep the reactor functioning.

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The decision had been approved by
the corporation's president. Moor-
head Patterson, before his death a
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Mr. Barall sa'id that AMF of-
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he United States Atoms for
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and that the same assistance was
available to Arab countries.
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Anti-Semitism Backwards
The Jesuit editorial raises a good many
questions. Some of them. American Jews
won't want to discuss just now. especially be-
ccuse it would seem like submitting to black-
mail, and the Jesuit editorial is nothing less
than blackmail. But they should have been
cpenly considered a long time ago; and many
national Jewish community leaders, it appears,
ere certainly if silently gi%'ing them careful
scrutiny at this time.
For example: Must a woman named Mir-
iam Rubinstein, of Long Island, New York, be
involved in a court suit challenging the right
to sing the fourth stanza of the Star Spangled
Banner in the public school system because it
is an alleged violation of the separation of
church end state principle?
Be that as it may, the Jesuit editorial is
one of the most atrocious things that has come
on the scene in a long time. Apart from its
patronizing nature, which it patronizingly at-
tempts to avoid, the editorial is not really a
sincere effort to discuss the question either
logically or on the face of its merit.
In the first instance, what it does is to
identify all Jews with all the current court
cases involving separation of church and state
in the schools. Apart from the fact that this
is absolutely unrealistic, it avoids a far more
significant consideration: that many non-Jews
are also involved in these cases, both as liti-
gants and as interested observers, and that
they have gone on record in a positive way in
support of the litigation.
Thus, to single out the Jews as the only
party concerned with what appears to be a
battle for religious freedom is to do an injustice
to them, no less than to the many Christians,
including Catholics, similarly concerned.
More important, however, the Jesuit edi-
torial, in warning of the anti-Semitic conse-
quences of its predetermined conclusions, ex-
presses no fear for the consequences. Instead,
it threatens them. In this sense, the writers of
the editorial, whether deliberately or other-
wise, have actually encouraged the incidence
of anti-Semitism. Somehow, the editorial
seems to suggest that this was its intent all
along.
Conflagration Countdown
The Kennedy Administration decision on
crms to Egypt come what may is not a sudden
one. It has been shaping up for a long time,
with State Department and Administration
spekemen offering a variety of excuses, both
tc themselves and to the public, on the "right-
ness" of their "reevaluation" ol Nasser.
But if it was not sudden, it seems all the
more inept and shortsighted; for precipitous-
ness can at least, and on occasion, "ration-
alize'' errors in careless judgment.
Hence, it is all the more clear that the
President and his entourage of advisors firm-
ly believe in Nasser as a positive force in the
Middle East. To the argument that Egypt's
dictator is happily doing business with
Khrushchev these days, Mr. Kennedy will
reply: For precisely this reason, if for no other.
we must show Nasser that we are also willing
to do business with him.
Further, the Kenedy Administration "logic"
continues, if we balk at extending our friend-
ship to Nasser because he is a comrade-in-
arms of the Soviet Union, we may encourage
him to ignore us altogether.
The absudity of such reasoning, it is our
opinion, died in the rubble of Munich. So fcr
as Nasser is concerned, we should have learn-
ed cs long ago as Suez-Sinai, following his
reinstatement to power by the Eisenhower Ad-
ministration, that his "friendship" is a fiction.
Foj r.c more vicious anti-American words end
actiona : nme from him than at that time.
But :.".ese considerations ere:: .-.either
AFTER SUMMER BACK TO WORK
President Kennedy nor the State Department
seems excessively concerned that U.S. aid to
Egypt is being directly translated into arms
or that the massive Nasser arms buildup will
ultimately be trained on the target called Israel.
Quiz the State Department directly, and
an extremely polite, faceless career man.
with lips curled into a thin line of contempt for
all but his breed, will inform you that under
no circumstances is it the policy of the United
States Government to encourage an arms race
in the Middle East.
All of which lends credence to two possi-
bilities. The first is the most likely: that the
State Department, alone, shapes U.S. foreign
policy in a secret fraternity way, and without
Presidential interference except in a minor,
public relations manner. The second is that the
President has been violently misinformed
icnows about it. and makes little effort to dis-
abuse himself of the Middle East picture serv-
ed up to him piping hot by the cunninq career
men.
Meanwhile, the countdown is for con-
flagration encouraged by either of the possi-
bilities, and this is a sad commentary on a
nation such as ours a nation ardently ded.-
cated to peace.
Dr. Josephthal's Passing
The death of Giora Josephthal signals the
passing of another important Israeli leader
ou7time. SCGne f naUOnS ^-
This is, of course, predestined; all men
must leave at one time or another, the gb
and the mean, the mighty and the meek
But apart from Dr. Josephthal's contribution
Ihd'i rn.lta.ty poMta,, west
SS 2?- -
AN IRATE caller reported
** angrily that a local radio
station had moments before
opened its microphones to a
vicious and unfounde-i attack
against Israel in the Soblen
case. Politely. I said I was
tired of the Soblen case; too
much rhetoric madi thi ,..
sue heated, misplaced parti.
sanship distorted it. ,-.; ,,,,,
enough si nse refl
marked its res) lution Th
er-poli mil A man < a telei
thai the United I i abi [ \
. thi station had the gall to I
ountry, and thai Amen
express tl pi
iildn'l verj well be brougl
- i l asic liberty Th caller,
;sa demoi stri ti d cleat
v mter.i thai lition.il offered n isinformati .up-
Withoul having heard thi radio
: ..'-
Ei Al's lai privileges are an aftermath debate i
There have been others, ,
mon will appear on th< horizon in thi
. all ed b> anti-Israel malcontents in a variet
ma) be fairly sure thai -
t"s will ess bearing on th< motivati
pi irtunit) to vent bigol -
THE MAN BfH/ND THf DfBATE
But this IS hich Israel shouli ave. ai
balk al con i l< tiny her
lances, it is superflui us a consi
j in tin to landing privileges, M
Ihc Miami radio station, is rell
as ihi sequent the sourci of all the em
eats to El Al He is !:>; Francis Walter. Democrat ol
vania who in his recent peroral thi floor if the Con.:
stantiates the assertion hen that post-mortems of the Sob
will inevitablj provide a fit .'for anti-Semites: although it should
be needless to add that not all critics of the Israel decision are
either anti-Semitic or anti-lsr;
There i> basis in fact so far .'- Hep Walter rtlates to the
tion. Rep. Walter was co author with the late Sen Pat Mel
(D.Ne\ of the McCarran-Walter Immigration Act, which in 1950
passed through Congress over thi veto of President Truman. This
act scandalously preserves the National Origins Quota System and
became American law at a lime when the U.S. inopportunely found
its reputation abroad .-lipping from the image the nation had achieved
as freedom's champion against Fascism and Nazism in World War
II. no less than as staunch bulwark against the relentless sweep of
Communism across Europe through the altruistic implementation of
the Marshall Flan and Truman Doctrine, among others.
Such action notwithstanding, the McCarran-Walter Law -orved
notice to a world teeming with displaced persons and refugees fleeing
from new political, economic, and social tyrannies that only certain
nationals and certain religions were "desirable'' enough for IS.
asylum.
:- :- :
M>. WAlTtn HANK ASUSSMtHTS I
QUTRACED, AND RECOGNIZING the international, no le-s than
the humanitarian stake- involved, President Truman vetoed the
measure: but. by then. th voice of McCarthyism wa- everywh-
the land. And. in Rep Walter's view with particular Anglo-Saxon
exceptions, most refugees wen either out-and-out Communist
or would have to prove otherwise Hence, the defeat of the \
A victorious President Eisenhower in 1953 found it MCCSsar) ti
reckon with his previous campaign pledge: to do something
repealing the odious McCarran-Walter Act. Unable, if not unv
to lead a campaign for repeal, he offered up his Emergency Rel gtt
Relief Act as an ameliorative measure, which would permit Jl-uwu
refugees into the nation abovi existing quota- fixed by McCa
Walter.
If Rep Walter was brilliant in his drive to outflank Pr
Truman three years earliei pulled out every available stop
to compose .. symphony ol subversion as accompaniment to the
battle crj against any am! .,11 legislation designed to mitigati the
abomination ci
Taking to the floor ol thi i ress, Rep Walter was frank I -
analysis of the Nation.,! Origins Quota System, which he chai
ized as a thoroughlj An ericai bar to "alien" Europeans Bj i -
he particularl) mean) undesirable" refugees from Centra:
sual sideswipe at the Mediterr
variety To be perfectlj blunt about it, he dubbed them all "s< in
rm chorus that sings HATiruur
pURTHER TO ASSURE decent minded Americans of what th.y
rel) .-pected at fir-t. Rep Waller confirmed their SUSP
P** ius 'hat. In a flood of florid rhetoric, he charged
lh. Met arranWalter Act, and supporters of
went Eisenhowers emergency measure, with being "profess
Jes. Although the intent of the Eisenhower proposal wa- I U
I to upset the purpose of McCarran-Walter. but rather to N luce
public pressure on its excessively burdensome restriction-, and to
;,,"" ^resident off a personal political hook, Rep. Walter never-
theless repeatedly drew the battle lines thus:
,v Jh<'T *hoJwuM vote favorably for the President's legislation,
en u they had also voted favorably for his own three vear- earlier.
must .nevitablj be regarded as "professional Jew-; To achieve the
nna guarantee that there be no mistake in the interpretation ol his
Position^ the Pennsylvanian carefully explained what he meant by
1 7; Jews." he said, shed "crocodile tears
' "'her subtleties of the by now classic Congress nal
8 decad, ago, this Is Rep Walter the mai
on the floor of the Congress, urged the abrogation
"8hts in the us. m fact, these rights, governed
nditions set forth in bi-lateral agreements between the
nines involved, can not be com;
speech-making implies.
eges of the air carri.
cargo Anj cancellation
i ime from I
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Friday. August 31. 1962
+Jewlsti FkrMian
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UTTER TO THE EDITOR -
It is Easy to Knock,
But Hard to Praise
Page 5-A.
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Levi Eshkol Due
in U.S. for Bond
Plen^ng Confab
By 5pc


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1 won first
I nsored in Washington. D.C.
I'ho had been offered top pale prices by
'era : the pc'nr'ng, presented the gift in memory of
her ( rhte: l"he painting will be displayed in the board of
.: ::3 room :'. the school.
Academy Installation of Officers Set;
Rabbi Gross W;!! Discuss Trip to Israel
i'.:- stalla n >f officers of
bre \ i lemy of Great-
r Mii si r Sunday, Sept.
held in th<
nu:; r iom. 2-iw Pine
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an xsons are ex
. i inner and
n ot 30 of
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> :>!'.. I. Bind* r,
'it Dr. Louis
i cha announced
\ Seif will
..! i tmenl Eighth
rk Bui m will deliver
lacob Cohen
ice -. lent, ill saj
Inckztd 'n he ceremonies
v/ill bf the installation of Louis
Mrwi*zcr as president of the
Hebrew Academy Merwitzer,
forme- of Pittsburgh, will take
'he pc- jftcr serving as vice pres-
ident -:r seven years. He was
chairrr.-i of the building cant-
P'-'igr curing the construction of
the Academy, ard donated more
than 5 10 000 to the project.
r :- ictive in Israel
Bonds mbin i Fewish Appeal,
J< -h National Fund II. is
" offict : at Beth Tfilah Congre-
gation Miami Beach.
Rabbj Alexander S. Gross, prin-.
cipal c: -)e Academy, will act as I
installing officer and discuss his rc-j
cent three-month tour of Israel
His speech, "IsraelThen and
N". .1 contrast his first trip'
I" thi > !y Land 13 years ago
A tota f 29 officers and 63 mem-
Daytona Boy at Seminar
Michael Greenbaum, of 1207
North Halifax ave Daytona Beach,
is one of 40 teenagers from 75 com-
munities in 13 states and Canada
attending the eighth annual Yes-
hlva University Youth Bureau Tor-
ah Leadership Seminar at Camp
Monroe in Monroe. N.Y., from Aug.
23 to Sept. 4.
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' ive followed I
ii ::s avidly Ap irl fra n
rtl analytical
mind ad great t.ilent for writ-
ing, I have considered Mr. Mind-
lin's column to be he moral and
cultural conscience of our com-
munity.
I am sure thai my erudite friend.
Harry Simonhoff, will in large
measure concur in this.
This doc- not assume that I have
always seen eye-to-eye with Mr
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classes
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Under the direction of Dr
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Judah Heshel Ever, the si h
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Dr Schwartz reported tha'. in
addition to considering the plar.s
for the repayment of Israel Bonds
that mature next year, the thre
day Washington conference will
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intensify the sale of Israel Bond-.
bers of the board of directors will
h n I, including Maurice
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committee, wh i served as president
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an! Leonard Rosen, chairman ol
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officers to 11 nstalled
h norarj life presidents, Dr David
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Ix Max Kamiel, Jacob Kaufman
ie Libei man, Raym n d Rubin,
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Ben-Gurion ConferslMth Sweden's King Gustaf
STOCKHOLM tJTA) Prob-
lems concerning Israel and the Mid-
dle East to be taken up at the,
forthcoming session of the United
Nations General Assembly were'
discussed by Isreali Prime Minis-
ter David Ben-Gurion and Swed-
ish Premier Tage Erlander Mr.'
Ben-Gurion, who is currently visit-'
ing Sweden as part of a tour of
five Scandinavian nations, was the
luncheon guest Sunday, along with
Mrs. Ben-Gurion and their daugh-j
ter. Rennana Leshem. of Swedish,
King Gustaf VI Adolf and Queen
Louise at their summer residence
in Sofiero.
The Israel Prime Minister, who
spent the entire day Saturday at
the home of Premier Erlander. was
understood to have briefed the lat-
ter on details of Israeli aid to un-
derdeveloped countries. is be-
and understanding" between Is-
rael and Swdtn "as to the ways
:n whicn problem* should be
tackled in order to increase
peace, security and prosperity."
Addressing a press conference
here Monday. Mr. Ben-Gurion said:
"i am sure peace will come to the
Middle East, but 1 cannot know
when it will be. If International
tension will go on. peace will come
later to our part of the world. U
there will be less tension. I believe
peace will be even in my lifetime
Referring to the tension between
the two major world powers. Mr.
Ben-Gurion stated: "I believe the
two Big Powers are wise enougft
to prevent war 1 am sure both
u ant peace Also the Communists
uho saj they are sure Communism
will come to the whole world soon-
Temple Israel Plans Teacher Workshop
As Prelude to Religious School Ooening
On Sunday. Sept. 9. Temple Is
rael of Greater Miami will con-
duct a teachers" workshop for over
40 faculty members in preparation
iu^Mn'arMr^rhn^erprom.sed ** <** rt"*,OU<
Mr Ben-Gurion that Sweden would school on Sept. 15 and 1
pay full attention to Israel's stand-
in:; proposition at L'nitieid Nations
sessions concerning the necessity
of direct negotiations between the
Arabs and Israel as a condition for
any negotiations about the Arab
refugees,
Sunday night, the Israeli Prem-
ier delivered an address at a
dinner attended by Swedish Gov-
ernment officials and Jewish
communal leaders, in which Mr.
Ben-Gurion said that there was
"a large measure of agreement
As part of the educational semi-
nar, Dr Joseph K. Naroi. spiritual
leader of Temple Israel, will ad-
dress the teachers on a subject vit
al to Jewish education and value-
Harold Kramer, director of
the Southeast region of the Amer-
ican Jewish Congress, and Mrs.
Bernard Stevens, active in the
Jewish community for many
years, will be joining the religious
school staff.
The supervisory staff of the re
ligious school has been enlarged to
include Dr Donald Michelson.
Hillel director at the University of
Miami, and Murray Gellen. local
high school teacher.
Cantor Jacob Bornstein. religious
school director, has announced that
over 42 classes from kindergarten
Perlmutter to be Speaker
North Shore Lodge. B'nai B'rith.
will have an open meeting Tuesday
evening. Sept. 11. at Temple Ncr
Tannd. Nathan Perlmutter, execu -
tive director of the Anti-Defamation through senior high school will be
League, will be guest speaker. : conducted this year. The curncul
THE KB...BI&EI1
Continued from Page 4-A
ment. and be issued to the For-
eign Ministry of Israel. Neither
the Congress, nor any individual
CongressQtan, is legally empow-
ered to deal with the matter. In
addition, were the process to run
to term, abrogation would only
be effective one year trom date
of the written cancellation.
Such is the nature of inter-
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for immediate and punitive ac-
tion. If the telephone caller to
the station here considered the
collateral Soblen question in dis-
passionate terms along these
lines, then unfortunate though
the repeated public airing of a
misunderstood and unhappy sore
point may be. the caller's Tight to
free speech and free inquiry as-
sured him the privilege of broad-
casting his view. If he did more,
then he joined the Francis Wal-
ter chorus of croaking voices
that sings without fact and more
than just hatefully.
urn for the entire school has been ,
enriched to include such subjects
as "Orientation to God, Prayer
and Ethics" in the kindergarten
In the intermediate grades, in ad-
dition to other subjects, i
pedag
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ol the cur
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The Hijh School Department
continues in its growth for post-
confirmands. Dr. Sidney Besni-
vik and Alfred Boas, both of the
University of Miami faculty, and
Lowell Fisher, a Temple Israel
teacher for many years, conduct
these high school courses, utilir-
ing the technique of group dynam-
ics for this age group.
The religious school also includes
an Art Department under the di-
rection ol Albert Huruitz. Dade
count) an sor for the pub-
he scho Is, assisted by Mrs. Jos-
eph Yanich, loci Jewish artist.
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\sked aboul Israel's refusal to
admit Dr Robert Soblen, the Amer-
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Minister replied "We retused Sob-
un permission to settle in Israel
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With regard to the Eiehnvann
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the danger of ar.ti-Stmitism and
to show the younger ones what
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Friday, August 31. .
ments in Egyptian rocket capabtl.
Lias, bul he declared that "we will
do anything in our power to de
tend Israel."
Referring to his luncheon visit
with the Swedish King, Mr. Ben
Gurioin said he was impressed
with the siimplicity of the Kin,;,
and that he had invited him to
visit Israel. The 80-year-old mon-
arch declined, however, replying
that he was too old. Mr. Ben
Gurion said. He added that th i
King showed a deep knowledge of
Israel's problems.
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Prime Minister of Israel David
Ben-Gurion was aw; hon-
orary degree of Doctor of Architec-
ture by Technion a: the school's an-.
nual graduation exercise- held re-
cently in Haifa
Technion. Israel'- Institute of
Technology, is :o as
"the Ml T. of the Middle East."
VJso receiving their degrees at
the same ceremonj were 556 Bach-
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ters, and Doctors I S nee and
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Friday. August 31. 1962
+Jenist Fkric/iar
Page 7-A
Dr. Irving Lehrman, spiritual
!eader of Temple Emanu-EI.
has returned from vacation
end will resume officiating at
Sabbath services of the Tem-
ple this weekend.
Emanu-EI Hits
Peak Registration
Dr. Irving Lrhrmnn. spiritual
hader of Temple KnianuKI, this
week announced that the school en-
ullmcnt for the coming year has
i(ached a record high. More than
]WI new students have already reg-
i red.
Newly elected to the school staff
i- Morris Tarasow. educational di
lector, as well as several new in-
structors to the professional fac-
. IJ
Temple Emanu-EI offers an all
c'ay Foundation School, with a com-
; lete secular and Hebraic relmious
i Mgram, and is housed in two
complete school buildings. Both
. r conditioned, the) are located on
]7th st and "7th St., and can ac-
commodate Over L',500 students.
In addition to the all-day Founda-
tion School based on the Conserva-
tive Jewish philosophy the educa-
tional program consists of a com
j lete nursery ami km ergarien
program, held at both liuildings. a
Hebrew school geared to meet the
:imIs of the individual student.
complete Sunday school and con-
niation departments, a fudyouih
j rogram and summer day-camp.
Kegistration in all department*
u .;i continue every week-day from
> to 5. and Sundav from 9 to 1. with
Tarasow available for consulta-
Rabbi Kronish
Back from Israel
Rabbi l.i n!i Kronish, spiritual
leader ol Temple Beth Sholom, will
return to his pulpit Friday evening,
after an extended trip to Israel with
Mrs. Kroni-h.
Following tlu> service, the mem-
bersh'p committee nl the (lunch.
chairman, .tack M. Kink, will \.\v-
cut a -shew and Tell Oneg Shin-
bal t"r new and prospective mem-
bers, an Ral bi Kro'ii-'i will dis-
cuss "Philosophy and Principles
of Beth Sholom."
Guests will b(
the re'ij iou sch I. hieh was
completed last April and the new
community hnue .and admlnistra
tivc win. which will be read) for
the Ilk h ll<>iv Da) S at the end ol
September
The public is united, and the Sis-
terhood will serve as hostesses for
Ihe Oneg Shabbat.
Leader Urges
Understanding
Continued from Page 1-A
ligious institutions as compare.1
with 779 seven eyars ago when the
Mizrachl-Hapoel llamizrachi last
convened. He noted that 75 per
(<.: of the elementary religious
school graduates continued to high
tehool.
Kezalel Bazak. secretary general
(1 the organization, announced that
three new Bnei Akiva high schools
will be opened when school begins
11 \t month. Harry Landy of Lon-
< on, lauded the accomplishments
jn Britain of religious education
despite the meager budget. How-
ever, he criticized the Mizrachi in
iurmation services, saying that
Briti8h youth wanted to know what
irachi has to oiler alter l-t years
oi !-r...:i -t.it.!. i d He urged in-
ti ity in this sphen
Me Ami Caravan *'"s'e AM* invited
RABBI LEON KRONISH
To be Televised
By Special Report
NEW YORK 1 ewish Na-
tional i Ami ino in< i
Wednesda) :i Dedication
C"arav an lea\ ing Mis:;.. I 'i Israi .
< ;i Oct. '23 will ie the siibjecl of a
I icii \ isioi fea) ure > 1 tin Na
..i Broadc..- ... v omDany.
NBC will send a crew of cam-
:, to cover the departure ol
I he special El Al plane from Miami.
s'(:,lV,.|- ;,, _,-,., t Presi M nl
K( nnedy in Washington and a re-
ception b) Israeli Government of-
ils.
Close (i JNF land
development program centering
about the i!i a city Me Ami in Is
rael v. ill aiso be the target oi NBC
i ameramen.
Some 100 .Jewish leaders will
make up the caravan to partici-
-.:..., adults over :>:? are in-
ight > lub tfair -i" i -
B'nai B'rith Social
::._>- -. i : at the
A limited mini-
I t r i: n< members are being ac
prest id time
So. Shore Citizens Club
South Shore Citizen's Club iri< i -
on Tui -dav evening at the
V ashington Federal bldg 12-16
on live, will honor Mr-.
Ceil Blum and Samuel Fruchtmafl
ei; their birlhda) anniversaries
on Sunday, Sept. > the group
v ill hive a picnic at Greynolds
I ark. leaving in the morning from
thi Washington Federal bldg.
Louis Shafkin is presiden
pate in the dedication ceremony of
Greater Miami's twin city 111 Is-
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Theater Showing 'Exodus'
Bombed; Film to Continue
Meyer Samberg, education director of Temple
Ner Tamid, checks over registration applica-
tions for the Temple's Hebrew and Sunday-
schools. Shown (left to right) are Mrs. Mur-
ray A. Shaw, Sisterhood president. Mrs. Ralph
Mervis, Lee Mills, Bradley Goodman, Sam-
berg. Scott Benrube, Jeffrey Cohen, Edward
Cohen. Mrs. Louis Cohen, school board chair-
man, and Robert Bass. Murray A. Shaw,
president of Temple Ner Tamid, announces
that the free tuition policy for children of mem-
bers will continue. Registration is now taking
place during weekdays from 9 a.m. to 5:30
p.m., and evenings from 7 to 9:30. On Sun-
day, registration is being taken from 9 a.m. to
9 p.m.
Anger Greets Jesuit Mag Editorial
Continued from Page 1-A
tcrial said, "make no secret of their
. a that "a favorable climate ot
opinion' will help stop legislation
idii l grants or loans to churih-
lated institutions of higher learn-
Such a climate' is also seen
. favoring the passage of b
al would provide Federal aid to
I lit not to parochial schools.
ivably, with help from some
rtant Jewish groups, the reci-
tati n of the "Lord's Prayer. -
a ell .- the reading of passages
: :-. the B.ble in the public
schools, can and may, in the near
future, be declared unconstitution-
al
"We wonder, therefore, whether
it is not time for provident leaders
of American Judaism to ask their
jrcre militant colleagues whether
what is gained through the courts
c> such victories is worth the
treakdown of community relations
which will inevitably follow them
What will have been accomplished
:( cur Jewish friends win all the
, ;al immunities they seek, but
l reby paint themselves into a
urner of social and cultural alien-
.: on?
"The time has come for these
fellow citizens of ours to decide
among themselves precisely what
they conceive to be the final obj-
ective of the Jewish community
-he United States:n a word,
- bargain they are willing to
? n ere cf the minorirtits in
; =.. tic ocie'y. Whtn court
ctories produce only a harvest
: will it a!!
d.
all Americans from state-imposed
religious exercises in the public
schools. We will not abandon the
effort to Keep the state neutral in
all religious matters regardless of
such attacks, particularly when,
that effort is now evoking wide sup-'
port from Jew and non-Jew alike.
"We believe firmly in prayer and
we believe firmly in religious ob-
servances but we believe equally
firmly that the place for prayer
i.n-: such observances is in the
home, in the synagogue or the
church. The day that the state be-
gins to foster religious beliefs and
religious observances even by so
called non-denominational exer-
cises will mark the first step In
weakening of religious groups in
uur country and the decline of true
religious belief "
Pfeffer. general counsel of the
American Jewish Congress, issued
a statement saying: "It is disquiet
ing that the editors of 'America"
should apparently impose as a con-
dition for the avoidance of anti-
Semitism that Jews forego their
right to seek judicial determina-
tion of their constitutional liberties
In the guise of predicting anti-
Scmitism, they are in fact encour-
l it." He emphasized that the
t organ omitted to mention
that those supporting the Supreme
Court ruling included also Pri si
cent Kennedy; the Joint Baptist
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states Sal
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ican Hebrew Congregations, issued
the following statement on behalf
of the two organizations:
"The organizations of Reform
Judaism rJd with chagrin and
disappointment to the recent edi-
torial in 'America.' This cus-
tomarily liberal publication, not-
ed for the breadth and fairness of
its views, has seen fit now to is-
sue a threatening and patroniiir 3
statement to the Jewish commun-
ity. This editorial implies that, if
the Jewish community continues
to support the decision of the Su-
preme Court and implementation
of American constitutional liber-
ties, it will call down upon itself
the wrath of anti-Semitism.
"In the guise nf a kindly warn-
ing. America' is encouraging the
very evil it claims to be trying to
avert. It is not the United States
Supreme Court, nor those \sh-> sup-
port the law ui the land, who are
arousing religious tension in Amer-
ica If there is a harvest of tear
in America, it i- caused by those
who have planted the seeds in a
highly charged emotional attach
upon tho-e who support the Su-
preme Court d<
The two central bodies of Amen
can Reform Jewry pointed i
their joint si term nt that thi
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NICOSIA. Cyprus -(JTA)-Tta
Minister ol .he Interior of Cyprus
unced this week the bombing
ol theater in which the film
Exodus" 8i lowing and said
,, -no acts of lunac> will be
p/rmitted to hall -how,,,, ol the
film.
The hlasl oc. irr. I Saturda>
under th back oor ol Cine-
Diano Two. where the Mm.
which relates the Jewish struggle
sh Israel, has been show
k lh. theater was
shut down after the blast, but show-
i, ) the Mm continued al othei
lters ol the same companj
When news of the blast filtered
into the other theaters, many
viewers hastily left, apparent
fearing similar blasts at the thea-
ters in which they had been *IN
ting. The explosion damaged
the rear door of the theater and
left a crater in the ground near-
by
A .poke-man lor the theater
firm said al first thej would can-
cel all showings of "Exodus" for
the time being, but later the com
pan) announced H would continu*
the performance- m Nicosia, and
on Monday would begin showing il
in Limassol
Interior Minister Polykarpo
Georkratzis said in his statement
thai the blast was "undoubtedly a
criminal action which by no mean-
will servt the ir.ier.no::- of thi -
prits The Mm
competent censi i -
Police officials said that they
were actively investigating the
explosion, concentrating their
probe on "some suspected quar-
ters." The blast climaxed a
week-long controversy over the
first showing of the film in Cyp-
rus which began when theater of-
ficials said they had been threat-
ened by gunmen, whs warned
them not to show th film. It
opened on sc*-edule und*.- police
1 protection.
Arab dlpl< matie misai in Nt-
,.,,',,,,. who had exerte insider-
i ie pressure to prevent shov
the Him, issued a j
mer.t last Thursday callir \ u
:, disti rlion of tin evei
to tne >tal lishmenl <'f i- and
making the usual charm thai Is-
raelis had "usurped" v
homeland.
HoUywocd Sinai
Start's Expansion
William Horvil. chairrr
huildin ci mmittee, this
r.ounced that lh< board
wood- Temple Sinai has
the contract fr additior
rooms to Ralph C Thorn
Son.
The building and equip
amount to approximate!
and is the firs! phase of
100 youth and educational
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j The architect i- Marvin
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Lay Dying
By MAX LERNER
ZOA Leader Urges Priority for Culture
days of West Berlin rioting al (he Berlin wall shows that
,hch v was wron. He agreed to Ulbricht's plan for building the
... r ago on Ihe assumption thai it could freeze the division be-
ihe ;." cities and keep the situ; tic It has proved any-
: ut static.
What Khru hil,c\ had not counted on was thai people would keep
n the citj "i dreadful night despite the wall, ami that as
ed thej would be shot down, and that ;^s the) lay dying stormy
Duld be stirred on b -th sidt s of the wall.
. : an> rate is what has been happening. Hence the rioting,
isdespite Khrushchev's chargesnot the work of "provoca-
but of the human heart Lei me put it differently and say.
u heart itself 1- a provocateur, for it stirs up explosions ol
;. feeling where the brain says, Keep quiet, keep quiet
Consider what happened just before the wall's anniversary. Two
,-i lierlin youths fled across the wall. The guards shot at them.
nade it The other, an 18-year-old hoy. didn't, but fell hack on
Communist side of the wall, perhaps 30 feet from Checkpoint
, The puards let him lie there, bleeding his life away, until
: The Americans at the Kate, who had been instructed to avoid
:., idents, did nothing.
Some ol my readers have sent me letters saying they don't like
. me writing about the Berlin wall and about the two Berlins. They
-, \ m a variety of forms essentially the same thins: "A plague on
nil Berlins, Why are you concerned about the gray faces and the
(!i -p. rate lives of the people in East Germany? They are Germans,
he) not? Let the East Germans waste away under Communism.
. iid be well if the West Germans did too."
I am >orry that I cannot agree No category of human beings,
..t thev have .lone, are beyond ins compassion, nor are those
new things to them beyond my anger. The reason why Jews
: (he Nazis was thai there was no compassion for them in
hearts, and no anger against those who killed them To ex-
- -..in. lack of feeling row t.> a dying German boy is to prolong
tuate the desensitizing of man which was at the n><>: of the

I am not speaking now of 'he politics of the conflict between East
.'. Berlin. I am sure :ha( (he politic- is very complex, and I
.i I could write ..~ (angled an essay on it as (he next man. But
I am talking not about German politics but about a human
Or another da) l may write about how complex and dangerous
. riots ma) prove to the whole German problem But right now
(J.....ly a hoy dying He tried t<> flee to freedom, a- your boy or
do under the same conditions. He was shot down, and no
r moved to save him or even to touch him.
Thai is the fact, I suppose, that caught the imagination and anger beginnings of the Bible from the
' hi West Berlin crowds who have stoned the Russian military bus original text.
. irsued a Russian officer and who denounce the Americans for A|v) jn |he ccao0| pr0gram are
.Hilling about the boy weekly Sabbath services, special
Starting from that simple fact, we can get more complex. You prepa'ratjon for Jewish holidays.
) ss, as I do, that one reason behind the stormy passions of the an(J planm,ci entertainment.
NEW YORK iJTA) A new-
communal policy which will gh
the highest priority to intellectual [
and cultural endeavors, to Jewish]
schools, to Hebrew education, to |
the deepening and enrichment of I
Jewish life" in the United States;
was urged her. by Dr. F.manuel
Neumann, addressing the final ses-i
-ion of the two day meeting of the
national executive council of the
Zionist Organization of America. |
the ruling body of the organization
between conventions,
"Therein lies the best assurance
for the Jewish future," he told the
200 Zicnis-t leaders from all parts
of the country attending the meet-
ing. He called upon the Zionist
movement in tins country "to bring'
about a fundamental change of cli-!
mate in the American Jewish com-
munity" with emphasis on cultural
work.
Dr. Nussbaum. president of the
ZOA, told the gathering that the
gap between the people of Israel
and the Jewish communities in
countries outside of Israel is con-
, tinuing to widen He said that
! America, and the free world as a i
whole, "must no longer be classi-
fied in the category of Galut I
(lands of dispersion'" and that,
i "the Jewish community in the Unit-1
' ed States and the Jewish commun-
ity in Israel constitute two per- ]
manent parts of one of the same
ethnic group called the Jewish peo-
ple."
The newly elected ZOA presi-
dent voiced concern over the fail-
ure of the Argentine authorities
Kneseth Israel
Now Registering
Jacob Sachs, chairman of Knc
seth Israel Congregation's Hebrew
school, announces that registration
i> now being accepted.
Curriculum will include the study
in the rudiments of reading, writ-
ing, prayers and their meaning
Children are also given an outline
of Jewish history and taught, the
thai the free world, led by Ameri-
ca, will not tolerate their planned
aggression against Israel."
Jacques Torczyner, of New York,
chairman of the national executive
council, addressing Ihe session, de-
clared that "in view of the forth
coming elections in the state of
New York it is important to re-
iterate that there is no 'Jewish
Mite' in our country and that Jews
do not vote as 8 bloc in favor of
an) Jewish candi late because of
bis race or religion." He ma le it
clear that the Zionist Organization
i America is nonnartis.tn an h.-s
friends in both the Democrats and
Republican parties.
Other speakers included J soph
to take stern measures to sup-
press action of terrorism against
Jews. He urged the Argentine
Government "to investigate the
lir.k between the current anti-
Sem'tic excesses and the large-
scale infiltration of former lead-
ing Nazis from Germany into Ar-
gentina."
Dr. Neumann also spoke on the
situation in the Middle East. He
said that "in the face of the con-
tinued build-up of Egyptian arms
by the .Soviet Union we cannot be
content with repeated assurances
by our government thnt it is ton
(lined for Israel's security." He
a ded that "Russian MIG's and
submarine cannot be effectively
countered by soothing words." andiSerlin. vice speaker of the Israel
i mphasized that "a policy decision
is called for followed by action
which will make it crystal clear
to Egypt's Nasser and his cohorts
Parliament; Rabbis Charles I".
Shulman and Ira Eisenstein; and
Dr. Sidney Marks, ZOA executive
director,
Berlin crowd is a stormy conscience. Unconsciously they may
shouting against themselves and their fathers, who in the Nazi
: not one hoy hut millions of innocent people to die. and with
; honorable exceptions did not stir to save them
ii mj guess is right, and if the cry of the crowd is a cry from
cience, then it mean- at least that their conscience is
\n awakened conscience is a step toward the human.
aw iik
Miss Dorothy Arlin has been re-
tained a< teacher for the Talmud
Torah Rabbi David Lchrfield.
the congregation's spiritual leader.
is principal.
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wedding or a private party Is
Leaving the Germans, I turn to the Americans on the Berlin scene.
j that the Americans al Checkpoint Charlie, and their super-
again i ade a mistakeas the) made a mistake a year
wall go up The) feared to touch the dying
h( .. umst side ol the wall, and (hey knew
' these am days.
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'Jenist rkrtdfton
Administration Aid to Egypt
Despite Assist from Reds
Continued from Page 1-A
Israeli Initiative relates to its tim-
ing_and hence to its utility.
U. should cdncejitrate on aiding cleveUnd >JlUl the State De
natlona that do not divert the. w M Uu. Arab ,,..
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G.'OJcd JOSEPHTHAl
Israel Minister
Of Development
Dead at Age 50
By Special Report
The Israel Minister of Develop-
ment and Housing. Dr. Giora Jos-
ephthal, died Aug. 22 of a heart
attack. He was 50 years old.
Dr. Josephthal was staying at his
brother's honie in Switzerland,
where he was recuperating from
an earlier attack suffered seven
weeks ago. He was slated to re-
turn to his desk in Jerusalem at
the end of the month.
Dr. Josephthal was bern in
Nuremberg, Germany, in 1912.
He studied ar universities in Ger-
many and Switzerland before set-
tling in Palestine in 1928. Dr.
Josephtha was a veteran kibbutz
member, and had held various
posts at the Jewish Agency
since 1944, including thoee of di-
rector of immigrant Absorption,
and treasurer. He helped nego-
tiate the Reparations Agreement
with West Germany in 1951-52.
From 1956 to 1959. Dr. Joseph-
thai served as secretary-General of I
Mapai, the Israel Labor Party,
headed by Prime Minister David i
Een-Gurion. In 1959. he joined the \
cabinet as Minister of Labor, and
in December. 1961. became Minis-
ter of Development and Housing i
in the post-election cabinet.
Dr. Josephthal leaves a wife.!
Senta. who is a member of the
Executive of Histadrut. the Israel
Federation of Labor. They had no
children.
President i\ennen>. ... .............. Mi(|,||,. East, is ay
with the coming appropriations < ..(.rm.i:il phase- ,
JUres, to prepare an explana- ^TNitions negotiations to solve
ti0I1 for Congress on "the whole UmtedNal m^ ^^
nerolexing question of why we iv ....... ,1KlN1im el
seems to us that the max.MH.nt e
forts i the United state- as well
as of the countries in the area,
should be devoted to seem.; these
important negotiations through to
a successful conclusion.
perplexing que.
nore Israel's military needs wiul.
Indirectly subsidizing Egypt's pur-
chase of late-model Soviet jets,
tanks, submarines, and so forth.
Rep. Halpern said in a communl- 8
eat ion to President Kennedy that KarnsU.jn is a member 01 Ml
the arms imbalance between Israel House foreign Affairs Committee,
I and the Arab states "has reached
! a dangerous point where Nasser is Assistant Secretary of stare
I tempted to consider reckless ad- Frederick G. Dutton said this
I ventures." He told Mr. Kennedy i week that there was little the
that "Israel is the only anti-Corn-, state Department could do to
n.unist nation on earth, threatened; prevent Arab countries from de-
by Soviet equipped forces, which i nying entry to American otiiens
; has turned to us pleading for the |
right to purchase balancing arms
and gotten no favorable response." ;
Lei. to right ere Sam Schulwolt, Henry Jcccbson NKchael
iEnk and Joe V.shup. They are officers ci newly-formed
Men's Club of National Children s Cardiac Hospital.
Hospital Forms New Men's Club
A high State Department of-
ficial, meanwhile, indicated this
week that the United States would
like to see the Arab refugee prob-
lem settled before encouraging
any peace talks between Arabs
and Israel.
who visit Israel first. Mr. Dutton
was replying to a complaint by
New York Sen. Jacob Javits on
behalf of two New Yorkers who
were denied entry to Iraq and
Syria, during their tour of the
Middle East.
Henr\ Jacobson nas oeen named
president of the newly-formed
Men's Club oi the National Chil-
dren's Cardiac Hospital, which will
hold a charter members' organiza-
tional meeting the evening of Sept
I.
Vice President Lyndon B John-
son, meanwhile, is not visiting 1>
rael on his current tour of Middle
Fast and Mediterranean countries
Harland Cleveland. Assistant ; which includes Lebanon. Cyprus,
Secretary of State for International Iran. Greece and Turkey The idea
Affairs, said in a letter to Rep. of including Israel in his itinerary
Leonard Farbstein, New York was rejected because such a visit
Democrat, that the State Depart- might have been "misinterpreted'
ment favors Arab-Israel peace but by the Arab states, it was learned
"our reservation about the present here this week.
Golda Meir Set to Meet
With Rusk for Policy Talk
Temple Israel
School to Open
Beach Physician
On Tour of Duty
Dr. Julian S. Haber, of Miami
Eeach, who recently came to active
duty in the United States Air Force
with the rank of captain, has com-
pleted the orientation course for
officers of the medical service at
Gunter AFB in Alabama.
Dr. Haber. son of Mr. and Mrs.
Saul Haber, of 1919 Bay dr., was
given familiarization instruction
COV ing administrative proced-
ures, military medicine and medi-
cal service support of USAF ob-
jectives.
Capt. Haber is being reassigned
to the USAF hospital at Maxwell
ARB. Ala. He will join the staff
there for practice as u physician.
Dr Haber, who holds BA and MD
ckgrees, attended the University of
M ami. He is a member of Tau
Delta Phi.
JERUSALEM (JTAl For-
eign Minister Golda Meir will meet
with Secretary of State Dean Rusk
next month when Mrs. Meir will be
in the United tSates to head the
Israeli delegation to the United Na
tions General Assembly, it was re
ported this week in the press here
The major objective of the meet
ing will be to review relations be
tween the two countries with par-
! ticular reference to the expanding
military machine of the United
West Miami JWV
'Nite Club1 Eve
Jewish War Veterans and Auxil-
iary, West Miami Post, will have
a "Nile Club" evening in the Tam-
, bourine room of the Carillon hotel
Saturday at 9 p.m.
A weekend for two to Nassau on
the SS Florida, a weekend for two
at the Carillon hotel, and a transist-
or radio will be presented.
Jimmie Stern and Mrs. Joseph
' Ach'man are in charge of tickets.
Arab Republic. Foreign Ministry
I circles said here that no meeting
had been fixed but that the possi-
; bility of such a meeting was not
i ruled out
i
Meanwhile, Myer Feldman, dep-
uty special counsel to President
Kennedy, was reported this week
to have given repeated assur-
ance to Israeli officials here
! about the United States commit-
ment to Israel and the Kennedy
Administration's understanding
of Israel's security and develop-
ment needs.
The White House adviser, who
1 returned to Washington after spend-
ing five days in Israel as a guest
of the Weizmann Institute, was un-
derstood to have given those assur-
ances to Prime Minister David Ben-
Gurion and to Foreign Minister
Golda Meir in several meetings
It was assumed that Mrs Meir
conveyed to the White House ad
viser Israel's concern over threats
to its security from the Egyptian
military buildup and n
closure of rocket capabilitv
Other oi. ed i :< tide J<'"
Vfrshup. vict ; lent Michael
Blank, tn and S > Schul-
wolf, set reti
jacobson was can ed chairman "t
the mem!' rshi| c mmitt >, "h '
is current!} un< rtaking a Irive to
enhst as mat ; men as possible
Expressii \ rithghl over the tu w
club's foi mat L< o ibinson,
president ol ihi b< spil a stated:
"Heretofon I hi -pital i is look-
ed to tin if our
various chi pti rs lor ass stance in
fund rais i | with in active
men'- groui antici] ite even
greater rest !<
The meet i i Sepl 5 a ill be
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Temple Israi n us s< h I
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on Saturdi y and S n i> :
Sept 15 and 11 usand
or men i their |
will hi pn eted I: Dr J<
Naroi and I antor Ja< nl G
stein, lead,:- : I Temple Israel SV
Steterhoi a i Brotherh od. as
wi as of thi ongn gation itself.
a Sabbal it mil) si rvice will be-,
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Dr. Narot and Cantor Bornstein
officiating and speaking lo parents
on th -roll ii in relij
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Luau on Sunday
Dade Heights Jewish Congrega-
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+Jenist HcrHlfan
Page II-A
inter Staff Ability Must be Reflected in Boards
|y SANFORO SOUENDER
post v.ho cry that the availabil
of tht Jewish Community Cen-
to nor.-Jews promotes intermar-
|e hardly have reflected on all
implications )f this issue,
jld they seriously propose that
who so deeply resent discxim-
jry practices when applied to
no*', reciprocal.: by such un-
locutic policies in their own
muni:y organizations?
itei n.arriage obviously is not a
^ter-ir; j, in Jewish life generally to-
f. Thoughtful persons agree that
solution is not in artificially
jrati'.f Jewish youth from non-
rish contacts. The best safe-
ird lies in providing Jewish
lith v..th deep wells of inner
ength as Jew-: with a warm
Is, ol Jewish belonging, a rich
lerstanding of their Jewish her-
gc. and the joy if active Jewish
rticipaiion. Young people with
ch backgrounds will toe prepar-
to < luate soundly the factors
b< nsidered In selecting a
ii''
Mu r the Centei >n< entrates on
ilng > mg people such inner for-
icatii there need be little fear
their r..rmal democratic expos
id ariet) ; human associa-
>n- I'nder these conditions,
hen J< ish youth extend the hos-
1 a 111> I their Center to their non-
kwish friends thej can do so with
klscii us pride in their Jewishness
Id wiUx no diminishing of their
pwish youth activity. This is an
lirmative approach, far more in
keping with traditional Jewish
llues, than an anxious effort to
|inimiz< the gerierjl associations
Jewi.-r youth
Vital Future
The ;.l future of the Jewish
mmunity Center rests upon dent
.-train evidence thai it is pecul-
irly filled to meet the needs of
Jew, both as American and
pw. I: uniquely suited to pro-
id in l: means for the expression of
harmony of these inseparable
id integral aspects of a unified
brsonality. Its capacity to do so
tplain- its phenomenal growth.
The Center's special gift is its
tbility through sensitive social
ork tc harness the infinite edu-
patior^' potentialities of Jewish
roup association. It under-
stands Human needs and growth
id the impact of group life on
i
TrJU U t'r* livt in a h\ Sanford > lefenst
of the "Jeuishness" >f the- Jew-
ish Community Center move-
ment' Slender, executive vice
pttal lent >t the \atu>nal Jew-
ish Welfare H urd. j.U pre*
ideni of the .\jtnmjl Confer-
ence >l Social Welfare, pre-
sented these remarks m an jj-
i'f-. before [lie annual confer'
ence of the National Awn. of
Jewish Center Workers at At-
lantic City ,\ /. >i June ? in
reply t.' a recent article an the
tunica in "Conservative Juda-
ism that stirred u-iJe i
' ersy jnj L itniHenC.
article by Carl Urbont, executive
I director of the 92nd Street Y.\I &
YWHA. in which he fearlessly and ,
! with determination calls the atten-
tion of his colleagues in Center
I work to the tasks with wnich they
must deal. It is regrettable that
the editors obtained Mr. Uubont's j
consent to publish this article
E without informing him of their in-
tention to use it in such a destruc-
tive context.
More Experimentation
'
the person. It is capable of min-
istering to the individual and
family needs of the Jew, in the
context of his group participation.
By providing wit'hin its walls a
replica of the community, the
Center builcs community atti-
tudes and participation through
experience. By the use of lead-
ership skill and creativity, group
activties beccme vehicles for
learning and growth, and for cul-
tivating Jewish belonging, knowl-
edge and participation. The
very flexibility of Center-pro-
gramming, within the context of
its sharp purposefulness, gives it
special vitality and adaptability.
The meaning of Jewish values
can be conveyed through the Cen-
ter's impact on the Jew as a per-
I sonas one who learns through
' group activity and the influence of
leadership to better understand his
heritage and live by it The Cen-'
ter's benefits can accrue as well
I to Jewish cultural creativity, to the
development of Jewish leadership.
I and to strengthening the Jewish
community. As an expression of
j the finest in his Jewish heritage,
the Jew can be guided through the
Center experience to a more ac-
tive part in American society as
.. whole.
i
The reassert ion of the great po
tentiality of the Jewish Comniun
itiy Center is prelude to the fact
that major problems must be over-
come if the Center is to fulfill ils
utmost possibilities Self-criticism
is both a tradition of the Center
movement, and the mark of a con-
fident, maturing institution, The
editors of "Conservative Judaism"
included in their recent issue an
iurvives Nazis,
deceives Master's
?egree in Florida
rhei Louis Max Heilberg. only
ild ol Mr, and Mrs Alfred Hell-
u ol Cologne, Germany, was
I er to nuns by his heart-
^k. rents who were dra
11<> thi Auschwitz Concentration
S nevei Ireamed thai
wi i ever ..... him again
Iir the war ended, kind
stia- neighbors told them thai
p.- v hemj r.u-eil in a near-
lonvenl After proper identifi-
oi. and the miracle of survival,
i a exits bro ighl him, at the
[oi : to Miami M !),' cared for
ft Ii es, while they returned
their own parents.
kis graduated from Miami
fch High School and the Univer-
|ot F i rida. majoring in English
Mure. Last week, he receiv
Master's degree in fundament
pf education.
'is ,t the faculty in the Dad,
|y tcbqol system and lecturer
Irish history it Temple Beth
s is the husband of the for-
5hiri,h Skop. laughter of Rab-
id Mrs. Morn- A. Skop, of
1 les
the-is for the Master- de-
entitled "Min irity In Isola-
Foremost must be a determina-
tion to make greater strides to-;
wards richer programs in depth for
all age groups. Jewish life is sore-
ly tried by the virtual disassocia-
tion of teenagers from congrega-
tional activity after bar-mitzvah or
confirmation, and by the inanimate
quality of most Jewish knowledge
and practice, The Center must
make a more daring, frontal at-
tack on this problem. More re-
sourcefulness, creativity and vigor
must go into motivating interest in
Jewish activity and planning the
content of such programs Staff
must not be deterred by initial re-
sistances to Jewish interests but
musl redouble their efforts to open
now avenues of Jewish activity
There must be more experimenta-
tion, research and demonstration
in respect to Jewish programming.
Mr Solender then suggests tlut
"die momentum which has been
generated t.> strengthen the capacity
of Center professional staf) to pro*
vide the needed leadership must be
accelerated." In Ins effete recruitment
.>/ staff "with .solid lavish hack-
grounds must be stepped up. He
i-iiies tlur "Similar measures
for ,a\ leadership mu.st receive t in-
tituling emphasis became Cre-
ativity must be employed also in
dealing u::ii Jewish practices In
the defense of Center programm
on the Sabha-.'n Mr. Solendei denies
that this :< a Center problem.
" American Jewish .'i/e." he believes
the itrei and
the adaptation of '
prat:... to the rapidly
il scene" and 'The S
An -:' life today
.. -a >:,>.[ pari in
breach I usion he de^ lares
I
Such matters as the Sabbath1
practices of Centers are local com
munity problems which must be
dealt with by the local communi-
ties. They are issues around which
there are an infinite variety oi
mow.-, even within the religiou-.
community. JWB as the national
body of the Centers has reaffirm-
ed the original recommendations of
the Janowsky report that Center-
should be open on the Sabbath Day
only for those activities which are
in consonance with the day JWB
has urged that the determination
oi a given Center's policy within
this framework should be made
with fullest consultation with all
affected local groups.
Centers share their important
tasks with other Institutions,
chief among them, being the
synagogue. While the Center's
community orientation has al-
ways influenced it to be concern-
ed about these relationships, this
must be given a place of con-
tinuing primacy. It is a source
of special satisfaction that recent
years have seen progressive ad-
vances in healthy understanding,
mutual acceptance and coopera-
tion between most Centers and
synagogues.
Some of the writers in "Conser-
vative Judaism" have chosen to ig-
nore this: even to dare to attempt
to thrust back this progress. But
they cannot succeed, for the vast
majority of the nation's rabbinical
and synagogal leadership will have
no part of institutional rivalry and
conflict. The aspiration for coop-
erative endeavor in a common cause
musl continue to be overri iing
And let US remember at all time-,
that the efficacy ol such coopera-
tion depends on the highest
of mutual respect on the part of
the leaders of each
Vital Functions
It is to be regretted thai at a
time when ail energies should be
applied to the tasks of strengthen
iwa every institution capable of a
constructive contribution to Jewish
life, we have been briefly diverted
by attacks of a destructive intent.
But our dedication to the central
purpose of enriching American
Jewish life is too strong to permit
serious diversion Both the syn-
igue and the Jewish Community
Center have vital functions in
American Jewish life.
As Rabbi Joshua L Liebman
stated in a memorable address in
1948. "Synagogues are here to stay,
Centers are here to stay, other Jew-
ish communal organizations are
here to stay. It is not a matter
of 'either-or' but a matter of 'both,
and'the synagogue and the Jew-
ish Center must become creativa
partners ." We must join our
' efforts to increase the effective-
; ness of both. Our best creativity
must be addressed to the primary
task of fortfying the richness ani
quality of our life as American
Jews. In partnership with all in
Jewish life who share this goal,
we must and shall move forward
towards ever greater success in this
mission.
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Friday. August 31. 1962
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for signatures of congregation
members
Co-chairmen of the day are Irv-
ing Querido and Al Kurzban.
7 30 p.m.
Guest speaker will be Rabbi Dav-
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er Miami Rabbinical Assn. Rabbi
Nathan Zwitman, spiritual leader
of Tifereth Israel, will relate the
story of the consecration of the
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EMS OF WISDOM
the son of toezer, of uere-
ltd Jose, the son of Yochanan.
tsalcm. received the tradition
the preceding. Jose, the son
kfr of Veredah. said, Let thy
b< a meeting house for the
|, ..::,l-r the dust of their
Lid dnn*; in their words with
^...: Perachyah,
,':,.. the Arbelite, received
m the preceding.
the si Pi rachyah said.
thys '.live
ludge ail me>i
tblv.
.
f: Keep
bour:
late not with the unc\ed; and
j 101 the beliej in retnbu-

11 'i f Shdtach. mid
searching m the examina-
[ words lr>t through them
u falsify.
L: ;\- :...yon received
n from the preceding,
r. mid I i>i 1 t< > t;. hdti
k and ( f\ 'a mtimac \ with
i power
Religion *^ Hakes
T/ "V'
U he c/I ewi
Ipzig Jews Reopen Synagogue
^\nON(JTA)The only syna-
in Leipzig, East Germany,
consecrated this week after j
lomptetion of the redecoration I
|hc interior of the building j
|h waa vised as a storeroom ]
pg the Nai regime. There are
300 Jews in the city today
pared with a Jewish popula-
nearly 10.000 in 1938.
:-:
rfirul Backs Jewish Requests
DE JANEIRO(JTA)Car-
Don Yincente Scherer, of
Allegre. assured a Jewish
gation this week that he would
his full support to the Jewish
lest to the forthcoming Ecu-
|cal Council to delete anti-Jew-
expressions from all Catholic
\v delegation of the Confeder-
of Jewish Communities in
H handed the Cardinal a mem-
lum asking his support for the
st. The Cardinal told the
jation he supported the con-
df th" memorandum without
rvation. He added he would
led lately communicate his po-
in to his "good personal
p uho is directing preparations
[the Ecumenical Council.
kntreal Catholics Offer Support
I '\TK F.AI.(JTA)Strong sup-
fur Jewish requests that the
b> c provincial government al
funds from school taxes to
5h da) schools was voiced this
l>> the influential Catholic
Le Devoir. Some 4.000 Jew-
nldren attend the Jewish day
ills in Montreal. All other pri-
SChoolfl are under Catholic
Protestant direction supported
eneral school tax levies.
he editorial, signed by Catholic
ion leader Claude Ryan, as-
ed that "in granting perfect
001 equality to those Jews who
tady bear heavy sacrifices to
intain their culture, we will
^v. the entire country the true
ts from which springs our a*-
imcnt to our cultural treasure."
Hillel to Expand Activities
INNEAPOLIS(JTA)Plans to
chase property for the establish-
fnt of Hillel Foundation facilities
the University of Minnesota's
st Bank expansion project were
losed here by Rabbi Louis Mil-
|m, director of the University's
iel Foundation.
1 said in his annual report that
lings el the development
ject would begin receiving stu-
\ts whi fij semesti r I 1
fr**/Jhf*r Minn
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^fn Jltc r^ealyn \Jf lavni s
iK-cllglous <*L~ife
Sound of Shofar Sharpens
Hearing of Our Third Ear
By RABBI HAROLD RICHTER MHB^BHMMMMBWMBMa!
Dade Heights Congregation
This Friday we usher in the
tarty-day season ol repentance with
the sounding of the Shofar. Dur-
ng the entire month of Elul, with
the 1 xception of the Sabbath and
;he last day of the month, the
rani's horn's blasts shake our com-
placency and rouse us from our
spiritual lethargy. The forty-day
repentance season beginning with
the first day of Elul and ending
with Yom Kippur is reminiscent of
Moses' ascension to Mt. Sinai to
receive the second tablets of stone
after he had broken the original
ones. According to the sages, the
Shofar was sounded on these forty-
days, lust .is it was when the Deca-
logue was originally given at Sinai,
We may ask why we have set
aside a forty-day repentance per-
iod. Can one not repent any day
nf the year? Do not the rabbis
compare repentance to a sea where-
in one may bathe at any time? But
perhaps the Shofar provides the key to Elul and the High Holy Day
season.
A noted psychologist. Theodor Reik. has suggested that to under-
stand the workings of our psyche we must "listen with the third ear."
By this, he considers that our fleeting thoughts are replete with mean
ing and give US hints about hidden facets of personality. The Jew,
however, had recognized the necessity of "listening with the third
ear" many centuries ago. The Jewish third ear is the one with which
we listen to the sounds at Sinai, the words of the Decalogue and the
Shofar.
According to the Baal Shem Tov, founder of the Handle movement,
there are some whose third ears are very keen. Though they may
stray from God's teachings, the Sinaic experience is so deeply ingrain-
ed in them that they soon recognize where they have erred, and they
readily return to God. There are some who must be preached to and
admonished by spiritual leaders, before they follow the prompting of
their third ears. Still others only begin to listen after they recognize
God's retributive measures, when they or others are punished for mis-
deeds And then there are others who never learn to listen.
The Elul-High Holy Day season is not made for those whose "third
ears" are very keen, nor for those who are completely deaf. It is for
the "Bay no-nim." the "in-betweens." as the Talmud calls most of us.
The Shofar is like an old-style horned hearing-aid which amplifies the
Sinaic sounds and message.
The Shofar. sounded during the Elul-High Holiday season, thus
sharpens the hearing of our third ears. Since the experience of Sinai
is an ineradicable one. the Shofar seems to summon the many Jews
who do not always practice their Judaism, but nevertheless have not
lost its message. While it is true that one can repent any day. those
unmoved by the prompting of their everyday lives will often take heed
as they again reexperience the Sinaic call of the Shofar.
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AGUDATH ISRAEL. 7801 CarlyU ave.
Orthodox. Rabbi Isaac tver.
1 rlda> 6 p hi
, ...
"Torah and I
i'urn in K\
i nii.i. ;
.i ?n Si Mi'.n
-
RABBI HAROLD RICHTER
... the Sinaic call
By RABBI SAMUEL J. FOX i
,1'lTt.;; : ii" '"
Why is a wealthy man referred to
as a "Nagid?"
In the Bible the expression Nagid
I usually referred to someone in a
: ruling capacity. Thus a king
(Chronicles 1:5:21, a prince (Ibid:
2, 19:11). people like Saul and Dav-
id, were referred to with this title.
In medieval times the expression
"Nagid" was used to refer to vis-
ors of the king, like Samuel and
: Nagid. In later periods, especially
j among Eastern European Jews, a
rich man was referred to with this
title, probably to indicate that this
wealth gave him a certain status
and placed him in a position of
rulership.
*
How old is our method of Hobr*w
characterization*.:, th print-
ed letters?
It is generally believed that our
current script which is referred
to as the "square script" is traced
I back to the Septuagint translations
! which are dated as of the third
' century before the Common Era.
Originally we had another script
called the "Old Hebrew Script."
Fzra and bis disciples, in their at-
. tempi to popularize the Biblical
texts and the knowledge of Hebrew
among the mass of Jews, plus
keen interest in dissassocial
the Jewish people from the
emed it advis-
This page is prepared in CO-
iperation with the Spiritual Lead-
I gfi of the Greater Miami Rubbin-
1 cal Assn.
RABBI MAX A. LII'SCHITZ
Coordinator
Contributor:
HABB1 SOLOMON SCHlPf
Gems of Wisdom
able to copy the texts into what
was then called an Aramic script
which was commonplace at the
time. This script is really an Ara-
maic adaptation of the old Hebrew
or Fhonecian Alphabet. This script
passed through development stages
until it assumed the "square form"
we know today.

Why are there no vowels in the
Torah script?
Actually, Hebrew was originally
a purely consonantal language.
Furthermore, the absence of vow-
els lends the text to various inter-
pretations which have been the
basis of Rabbinic teachings through
the ages. The Italian Jewish
scholar Azariah De-Rossi, claimed
that Moses preferred to eliminate
the vowel signs from the text in
order not to restrict its meaning
and to allow it to be interpreted
in seventy different ways
ANSHE EMES, 2533 SW lth ave.
Conservative. R. Yuskc, president.

3ETH DAVID. 2625 SW 3rd ve Con
lervative. Rabbi Norman N. Shapiro.
Cantor William W. Lioson.
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BETH EL. 500 svv win ave. Orthodox.
Rabbi Solomon Schiff.
Friday 8:18 p.m. Saturday R:3( :t m
s. i in. .11 "To Judge Pi "i" i Is
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BETH EMETH. 12250 NW 2nd av.
Conservative. Rabbi Simon April.
Cantor Hyman Fein.
Fl Ida; I i p m Si rmon "Thi I w
.- Pomn inlt> Snturdaj v ''" B.m
Bar Mltzvah Hi >" >. son ot Mi and
Mm N' i in.hi Vlti ini.ni

BETH ISRAEL. 4000 Prairie ave. Or-
thodox. Rabbi H. Louis Rottman.

BETH JACOB 301-311 Washington
ave. Orthodox. Rabbi Tibor Stern.
Cantor Maurice Mamches.
Frlilaj 6 3" p.m Saturda; 30 R m
Sermon "Prayer uti- lli'-li-: Fust.'
to !! :i\en iliim Sell m e

BETH KODESH. 1101 SW 12th ave.
Mod er n Traditional. Rabbi Max
Shapiro. Cantor Fred Bernstein.
Friday '::'i, p.m. Saturday ** i a.m.
Sermon: "The Religious Year In End-
ing."

BETH RAPHAEL. 139 NW 3rd ave.
Orthodox. Julius Sapero, president.

BETH TFILAH, 935 Euclid ave. Or.
thodox. Rabbi Joseph F. Rackovsky.

BETH TORAH. IMtn st. and NE 11th
ave. Conservative. Rabbi Max Lip-
schitz. Cantor Ben-Zion Kirschen-
baum.
Friday << p.m, Saturday 8:45 a.m. Bar
Mltsvah: Jordan, son <>f Mr, and Mm
Sanford Kahn; Donald, ion of Mr
and Mrs. Benjamin Smith: Norman,
son of Mr. and Mrs. Sells Berneteln

CONGREGATION ETZ CHAIM. 1544
Washington ave. Orthodox. Rabbi
Abraham Strassfeld.

CORAL WAY JEWISH CENTER
Conservative. 8755 SW 16th it., Mi-
ami. Rabbi Samuel April. Cantor
Gershon Levin.
Friday 8:S0 p.m. Saturday 8:45 a.m.
Sermon: "The Shofar Sounded Y.s-
tenluy.'" Bar Mluvali: Jay. eon of
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Qartman.
e
DADE HEIGHTS JEWISH CONGRE-
GATION. 1401 NW 183rd st. Con-
servative. Rabbi Harold Richt:r.
Cantor Emanuel Mandel.
Friday 8:13 p.m. Sermon: "Elul
Th. Call i" Repentanei Saturday
v::o a in. Bai Mltsvah: Steven, son of
Mr and Mrs Harold Kaufman.

FLAGLER GRANADA. 50 NW 51st
pi. Conservative. Rabbi David Rosen
feld.
Friday 6:80 p.m. Saturday 8:80 a.m.
Car Mltsvah: Eric, son of Mr, and
Mis. Joseph I'f >~

FT. LAUDERDALE EMANUEL. 1801
E. Andrews ave. Reform. Rabbi
Richard M. Leviton.

HEBREW ACADEMY. 918 6th St. Or-
thodox. Rabbi Alexander Gross.

HIALEAH REFORM JEWISH CON-
GREGATION. 555 W. 49th st.. Hia-
leah. Reform. Rabbi Marius Ranson.

HOLLYWOOD TEMPLE SINAI. 1201
Johnson St. Conservative. Rabbi
David Shapir*. Cantor Yehudah
Heilbraun.

ISRAELITE CENTER. 3175 SW 25th
ter. Conservative. Rabbi Morton
Malavsky. Cantor Louis Cohen.

KNESETH ISRAEL. 1415 Euclid ave.
Orthodox. Rabbi David Lehrt.eld.
Cantor Abraham Seif.
Prlilaj 8:15 p.m. BsMirday 8:80 a.m.
Sermon: "Every Jew is a Judge."

MINYONAIRES. 3737 Bird rd. Modern
Traditional.
a
'OHEV SHALOM. 911 Nermandy dr.
Orthodox. Rabbi Phineas Weberman.
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'SEPHARDIC JEWISH CENTER. 645
Collins ave. Cantor S. Nachmias.

SOUTHWEST CENTER. 6438 SW 8th
St. Conservative. Rabbi Maurice
Klein.
Friday 8:15 p.m, Sermon: "Labor If
the Answer. Saturday I a.-n Bar
of Mr. and
Mltsvah: Stephen, son
\ii Jack Setger.
----
TEMPLE ADATH YESHURUN 1025
NE 183rd St., Miami Gardens rd.
Rabbi Jonah E. Caplan. Cantor Mor-
ris Berger.
ii.i.iy 8:30 p.m, Sermon: "In Pur-
suit of L4fe. Saturda) 9 a.m. Ser-
mon : "Poi 11--ii of Hi' Wei k."
TEMPLE BETH AM. 5950 N. Kendall J
dr. So. Miami. Reform. Rabbi
Herbert Baumgard. Canto- Charles
Kodner.
Frlda) 8:80 p.m l:...l t i Baumgard will 3
11 ti 1 hi pulpit
i loal l> er Achieved?" Sal
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SAYINGS OF FATHERS
W,, themselves
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t iithmg <;< ipnngs noi
ttcal r > own outh
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\\'i don't ,,i;>:,!i' manual in"k
.... a curse. 1 .. I isity, nol
even .. .. means 1 | lit"
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nan /unction | '"
1 mi -: dignified :' mg
in human being
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HI N'GUBJON
WOOD. 1351 S. 14 ave. Reform.
Rabbi Samuel Jaffe.

TEMPLE BETH SHIRAH. Sunlland
Han. 11539 So. Dixie hwy. Recon-
structionist. R a r.. 1 Morris Skop.
Cantor Herman Gottlieb.
Kriilav 8:15 p.m. Sermon: "Shalom -
Thi Jewish Concept Peace." Sat-
urdas '" 30 ...in cfermon: "Book of
1 uti 1......mj ."

TEMPLE BETH SHOLEM of Holly-
wood. 1725 Monroe st. Conservative.
Rabbi Samuel Mendelowitz.

TEMPLE BETH ShO',OM. 4144 Chase.
ave. Liberal. Ratibi Leon Kronish.
Cantji- David Conviser.
FrlUa} vlTi p.m. Rabbi Kronish will
officiate m ursi service since his
r. turn from Israel.

TEMPLE B'NAI SHOLOM. 16800 NW
22nd ave. Conservative. Rabbi S
M. Machtei.
Friday s:3n p.m. Sermon: "Religious
I'tlin.iiiTi.-." nisi in a scries on "I're-
Hol) l'a>s Inslriiilicn." pni-g Shab-
Imt host: Sisterhood. Saturday 8:10
a.in ITouth service,

TEMPLE EMANUEL. 1701 Washing-
ton ave. Conservative. Rabbi Irving
Lehrman. Cantor Hirsh Adler
-
TEMPLE ISRAEL. 137 NE 19th St.
Reform. Rabbi Joseph R. Narot.
Cantor Jacob Bernstein.

TEMPLE JUDEA. 320 Palermo ave.
Liberal-Reform. Rabbi Mordecai
Podet. Cantor H Richard Brown.
iriiiay 8:15 p.m Singing Sabbath:
'Suit nut., the Lord a New Song,"
led 1 Cantor Brown. Saturday 10:30
a.m. Baa Mltsvah: Shereen, daughter
oi Mr. and Mis. Bernard Handsel

TEMPLE MENOP.AH. 620 75th st.
Conservative. Rabbi Mayer Abram-
owitz. Cantor Edward Klein.
Friday <>:''' p.m, Saturda] & a.m.
Rabbi Abramowltl "HI return to the
[pulpli Sermon: "Judaism in Nature"

TEMPLE NER TAMIU. 80th st. and
Tatum Waterway. Modern Tradi-
tional. Rabbi Eugene Labovitz.
Saturday 8 a.m. Bar Mltsvah: Joel,
aon ol Mr and Mis Billot Beldner
; Mi v- :- Saml" rg "ill officiate.

[TEMPLE SINAI OF NORTH MIAMI.
12100 NE 15th ave. Reform. Rabbi
Daniel M. Lowy.
Fridaj v 13 p.m Sermon: "Justice,
JustiC) Shalt Thou Pursue."

jTIFERETH ISRAEL. 6500 N. Miami
ave. Conservative. Rabbi Nathan
Zwitman. Cantor Albert Glantz.
TEMPLE TIFERETH JACOB. 951
Flamingo Way. Conservative. Rabbi
Leo Helm.

TEMPLE ZAMORA. 44 Zamora ave.
Conservative. Rabbi Hershel Brooks.

TEMPLE ZION. 5720 SW 17th st.
Conservative. Rabbi Alfred Wax-
man.
Saturday 8:80 a.m. r.ar Mltsvah:
Charles, son "f Mr, and Mrs. David
gchleln.

YEHUDAH MOSHE. 13630 W. Dixie
hwy. Conservative. Rabbi Sheldon
Steinmetz. Cantor Maurice Neu.
Friday s: 1 r, p.m. Sermon: "Back to
School." Onef Shabbat boat: Slster-
hood, Saturda) s a.m.

YOUNG ISRAEL. 990 NE 171 St.
Orthodox. Rabbi Sherwin Stauber.
CTIIUIimiRfiBMBSSSI
CANDUUGH7ING TIM
\ Elul 6:27 p.m.
TEMPLE EETH EL OF HOLLY-


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-Jcnltr Fhradian
Friday. August 31. 1962
Browsing With Books: By HILARY MINDLIN
r
The Incredible Little Man Who Burned With a Flame
CAST A GIANT SHADOW. By Ted Berkmn. 321 pp.
New York: Doubleday. $4.95.
HE WAS MANY things, the little guy with the big chest
and high voice. He was not- an Israeli, but he was
the first soldier since Biblical times to hold the rank of
General in the Army of Israel. He had come up out of
the Brooklyn tenements to win an appointment to WteBt
Point. He had been a Treasury Department lawyer: he
had broken underworld control of the New York prison
system for LaGuardia. In World War II. he had organized
the first grand scale movement of American troops: he
had trained city kids for island fighting against the Jap-
anese: he had parachuted into Normandy as an "ob-
Foreign News Letter By JOSHUA JUSTMAN
server" tand it was his first jump) and stayed to fight;
he had been a White House adviser at Dumbarton Oaks
Yalta and Potsdam. He served as head of the War Crimes
Division of the Pentagon. He was an athlete who lovH
opera: he was a soft touch for a hard luck story, who
could drink anyone under the table.
The rest of the story of Col. Mickey Marcus tak<*
only the first six months of 1948. but for that he is
shrined in the history of Israel forever, because, as one
grieving friend wrote: "Many could come, but he was the
only one who came: and we will never forget it Tin
Provisional Jewish Government in Palestine was dc.--
perate when they sent out a call for help early in 1P48:
they knew the Arabs were planning a full-scale ass;.u!t
Resolutions a Prelude to Confsb Aspirations
THE World Conference
on Jewish Education,
which took place in Jem-
-...! m was a dramatic
(il?< on of tlif dee|
felt in Jewish
c< mmunities the world
for the spiritual
f the growing and
future J' nerations.
Assembled were dele-
from more than 30
countries and there was a
..rid depress-
- : ilarity between the pictures presented
.. There was th( pictun ol J< ish i
,< -, .,., and ntent
s.horl ol facilities a :r...
f assin atioi
figures present to
need of re-
. : tches i
Copitol Spotlight: By MILTON FRIEDMAN
Same Old Thinking
w
Washii .
THAT IS THE
r< nt Soviet anti-Semitis
i ., i : rtment recently
wrote Sen Thomas J. Dodd. Con-
ticut Demi at r s diplo-
doubted then we re anj
ant n< w i-Jev iffa .< wlop-
ments in Russia, although the old
Communist (j-crimination against all religions con-
tinued Th< letter was signed by Frederick G. Dut-
ton. Assistant Secretary of state.
But the Jewish War Veterans oi the USA. con-
cluded that Mr. Dutton's statement- amounted, in
effect, to a ""whitewash" of Soviet arr.i-Semitism.
National JWV Commander Theodore Brooks said
the State Department view appeared essentially to
be that "there is no anti-Semitism today in Soviet
Russia; that if the United States makes any ap-
proaches premised on the basis of anti-Semitism in
Soviet Russia, the Soviets may get angry and be-
come anti-Semitic"
Mr Dutton has said "It is not clear" that Jews
are victims of Soviet Government anti-Semitism be-
cause they may actually be engaged in "black
marketing, speculation and other economic crimes
involving illegal manufacturing, thett or misappro-
priation of state property, bribery of officials, and
other chronic abuses."'
The State Department contended that there has
not been a return to the repressive anti-Jewish meas-
ure- ot the Stalin era. Hence, intercession by the
SI ti Department or the temporarj withdrawal of
the L'.S. Ambassador in esture, "might
it tage of Soviet Fewry
h veterai Sen D I
.i.'. V i....... .-in the
s that the State Di
rtinkii

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tions of Sovii l
perhaps not have conveyed fully was the mood of
six-day deliberationsthe ring of sadni ss
. etj that filled them, combined with a will
nation to bring about a chang<
Listening to the reports and the debates one
: nol k^cp ones mind from wandering back to
i -t Jewisl communities which, are no more
Ihi communities of Poland and Lithuania, the well
. Jewish spirit and learning from which w
ewand which disappear* eaving a hill that
ailed upon to fill.
e I, (ven without il eing stated, this
. the task placed on the Conference's agenda.
: not the organizers and the participants
. an of it. thi- i- the task andconsciously
t this the aim.
* *
- ,- Jerusi lent was V. i i ighl -.lace for -
nferei 'lie held For one Ihing it i> im-
portant t Israi lis cli ser 1 I probli ms I
| sharpen (hi i reness of thi
thai marks J< risl f< and

jh in the pra< .....p| tion of
. Ji be thi
center of activitiesil im-
hat thi s pre si
..- ;. ,i iminant factor. Thi ed
I, ..- ei ol widening the
... ,
r Jew ish education. ;i.. roots
: it thi I ol Eretz-Israel II I
ecause will comi
lortl i' al il i- said and t< I comi I
- th< task ol the Ji .- ; pli as a whole
benefit and glory ot the Jewish peopli
in and utside of Israel.
ere was no disagreement on that point, of
course Hi ver, one nope- thi
implementing '.he plans envisaged will tind the w 5
th..' would ensure the attainment 1: thi- ,'::;. .
Obviously one cannot ju:'ge the measure of mii-
u-- b> the set of resolutions adopted.
Yet then is room for encouragement: and here
again we point to the mood of the Conference which
manifested an euthusiasm nowadays rarely evident
in gatherings of this character
There was also a rare manifestation of unity,
further enhanced by the cable received from ihe
Orthodox Rabbinical Council ol America announcmc
its decision to fully participate in the work envis-
ioned.
It is hoped that the World Bureau for Jewi.-h
Education soon to be established, will provide the
SO-badly-needed tools and that once provided, they
will be utilized with the same enthusiasm and vigor
that characterized the Jerusalem deliberations.
as soon as Statehood was declarer: thej knet the UN
had no moans of protecting them: and they won- begin-
ning to suspect that the Haganah was quite inadequate
to handle the job. Mickey Marcus was not a Zionist, but
he believed that "democracy had unfinished business in
Israel." He took the job.
He was all over Israel like a whirlwind, dictating
military manuals from memory, surveying terrain, blue-
printing campaigns, teaching tactics, giving com. age. He
welded an army together out of groups of dedicated, but
unruly, individualists. As a culmination, he blasted an
alternate road out of impossible h.lls to lift 'lie three-
month siege of Jerusalem. They called him the "Lafay-
ette of Israel."
The incredible manner of his death six hours before
the Arab-Israel truce would never hav been written, even
by the most hack writer. But that was just like Micke>;
his whole lite was stranger than fiction lb- :- the only
lier interred at West Point whi was killed fighting
eign flag: and he was killed by one if his own
men, in .. fantastic accident of darkness, language an
rksmanship.
Ted Berkman's book capture: ever> fac I of the
tumultuous brant Mickey Thi ittli man I rned with
ime: he gave off sparks, and I 1 thor has faithfully
lint. It is an excitii 1 aphy,
to David Marcus ami to 1 ol m he was.
Off the Record:
By NATHAN ZIPRIN
Not Keeping Pace
IN A COLUMN Wd IgO 1
raised tin quest 101 "" 'be
current deal I bis id the
problem in< idtr.ti is nol alone
a Jew Ish on< not reflect as
much a crisis ii 1 .. ion ;.- 1 prob-
| lem in enticii men to sem-
inaries and eth whi
hi othi r. gn
e shortagi stems m the
\ arious rabbin .. ill de-
: are not keeping ; w ith th con-
ol ne.' coi tior.f There a
an rabbis. Bui it would
eei luation sh been anl
ic institutioi efore I
v..,- 111 the first I has loi
- .-,. grow ing Jew ish I yna-
_ 1 afl throughout t1 ntr; woul : ci
lems with respeel I iding spiritual
seekers.
Secondl> as a resull of thi ate of 1
thi nd u was obvious tl al -> 1 con-
ild keep proporti the
- of new buildings and areas Thi fact that th<
new ation has not been met, and that we now
sern is dearth of rabbi-, maj not however
a-l II) thi fault of the rabbinical schools ami
eir administrators The wholly unwarranted re
pli ement ol the humanities by the sciences in this
our spaci age may have more to do with the short-
1 : 11s and priests and ministers than lack
if imagination, of ability to anticipate a situation.
We maj never know how many potential spiritual
leaders have been lost to the new god of our age.
From sources close to the Union of Orthodox
Jewish Congregations of America. I learn that the
organization serves a total of 3.'.20 synagogues as
ainst 2,700 or L'.800 In 1947. Union figures show
that th. r are some 3.700 ordained Orthodox
I in the United States and Canada, some 2.300
pulpits.
Panorama:
By DAVID SCHWARTZ
Telepathy is More Science Than Superstition
ih je
SOMEONE RECENTLY remarked th:.
j 1 1 n "t el
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hat wi

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but it is nol
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KESSLEH tt HARS File AA-20805
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LEGAL NOTICE
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IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL C'RCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY, IN CHANCERY
No. 62C 8995
MAIBR BATSMAN,
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VRONOVITZ, SILVER .v Si'HER
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NOTICE OF DISSOLUTION
\l ill' E IS iil-.i.,.,. i i.i v ..... Dial
i the partnership hecetofon existing
between mii.i.iam J Ct'RRAN and
Al. LANE known .> FI.Aill.ER
FI'RNITl'RE AND BQl'IBMENT lo-
cated .1 I03i Weal Httglel Street.
Mian i. I'.i'i- County, Horlda, was
dissolved b) mutual consent, on the
:'!-( da) '!' August, 1962.
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.li.ivvii from and lias ceased t.i be
ited in the an > Ills "" of said
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after i im on said business and he KLEoNoHA S MACHER,
ntltled t.. all ( the asets, ntiff,
eluding all debts due t" said partner- v*
sin|.. ami has assumed and ill pa; HARRY I- MACHER,
.ill outstanding business obligations of I I
I i.AtJLER i i i: \ i t r i: i: \\" notice of publication
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Northwest Seventh Avenue Addition
I'lai Hook 7 I'age Sti, In Hi. "It; of
Miami. Count) ..f I'.i'i.. state ol
Horlda
The asseaanienl ol said proper!;
under the said rertiflcati ..- In Ihi
ii.i mi ol Hira C Imi
I'nless ml certlflcati shall hi i -
deemed accorilins to law, thi prop.
ertj described herein will be sold !
the liinii. .1 bidi ai Ihi '< Ilu -..
dooi "ii thi t iv-' Monila i In the
month f imiiIh ihiil
,| ..,., .,!..
I i.it. d i in- 22nd tin; ol I
K H I.EATHERM \.V C|. ',
circuit Court, I'
tsenll H l: M LEEI'ER,
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IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY
No. 62 C 4217
b icatiot thi* notl
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JTICE TO CREDITORS
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9 '- > hi.i de-
> ou ii v have iga n
r WILHI : s Itl'l:-
,M'.....i '- .f Dada County,
ft" the i 'ountj I Is .t Dade
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l>rovided in
-'iiiiit.-s. in the i in
mnt\ Court ho : In I "ade
Horlda. v ilendar
mi th .....
pn hereof, ume will
II Miami, Fl
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in th-: county judge's court
in and for oaoe county.
Florida, in probate
Nj. 3619SC
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NOTICE TO CREDITORS
Po Al iditora and ill Pel sons Hav-
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Kyi l I'M KNT heretofon
aftei Incuri .-it
WILLIAM I I'lli: \N
A I. LANE (seal)
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY,
No. 62C 8509
KI '\V Ai;i> A SI'RR M I' i.
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MA K'; VRET SCRRAOO,
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SUIT FOR DIVORCE
I'. i MARHARBT si'ltlt.Mi.i
- '' '.'."'.Hi Si i .-.-t
Bayslde Long Island, New York
You, Mr* Suir.ico. are hereb; no-
lifted thai i Bill "f Complaint for
Divorce has been filed agalne! you,
and you ore required to serve
,f v..in Answer or Pleading lo the
Bill ..f cini.I..Im on the Plaintiff's
attorney. FLETCHER A.- BI'RtJER,
and hi re- Ti i li VRRY F MACH i:i:
Ri -i.l. ni link:
., V. \l:i: HBR !BT Ni 'TIFIEP Hi il
i 'omplainl Ilivorci hat I n
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MACHER, nd llierefi
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[her. upon SAMI'EL I '
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quired t i present mi clalma and de-
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oanaed late >i Dade County, Florida,
to tin- '' mm ludcei il I idle Coun-
md is nne In duplli and
. irided In 8 .ii.ui ''' 16, Florida
heir offices in the i 'oun.
i I.- Count;. Ili.r-
i in months fi om
thf tun Irsl publication here-
of, .: tii -.n' i will !' banred
Dated il Mia ml, i" irl i i this 8th
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MIAJI M CASSEL
R 'M \i-.l. K FINK
A \ In II
il Ice on
the 10th Is August, I 161
RICHARD K FINK
Ml.ir:
s/io-i i -(-ii
Miami
Beach 54, Florida, and file I.....rig-
inal Answer or Pleading In the office
of the Clerk of the circuit Court on
or before the 10th day of September,
1962 If you fall to do so, Judgment
l.\ default will l>.' taken against you
for the r. Inn demanded in the Bill m
i 'omplnlnt.
This notice shall be published once
each week for foul consecutlvi n-eeks
in THE JEWISH F1X>RIDIAN
DONE AND ORDERED at Miami,
Florid .. 'in- '.Hi da; "i August, A 11.

E B LEATHERMAN, Clerk,
. 'ii,nn '..in i. i i.i.ii- i 'ounl i. l-'i.'i Ida
i seal) Bj M C \\M.AItls.
Deput; Clerk
FLETCHER A lll'ROBR
.- all SI rent
Miami Reach 54, Horlda
AttOI n.-. i il PI iintift
8 10-17-84-81
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
No. 56733-C
IN RE Ki.I'-
ll! MM MARK) 'IT',
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NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All Person* Hav-
ands Ag iin-t Said
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quired to i-r.--. ni an) claln
in.i mi- i\ in. ii \ .ni nia) Ii.i v. ,i
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cate iii ; li. ;r office* in i he 'ount;
i "i. ii tli i
within -i\ ...i. ini.u month* from thi
dati of the fll allon I
..i the sum.- will he barred This as
provldi .1 in S, .inui "33 16, Hi I Ida
Statuti -
I 'at. .1 al Miami. Hoi Ida, Hi
da; of .iui\. v 11 1962
BENJAMIN BALL, Exi. utor
I II MAYERS, Ail,.in.-v foi Estate
161 i '"tiui. s Bldg,
Miami :::'. Hoi Ida
10-17-14-11 '
.N THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY
NO. 62C 9249
I'.I.IZ VIIKTH JANE PYATTE,
Pluil "
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I > fendant.
ORDER TO APPEAR
Yi 'I' II M.ITI BY VTTE, Ri -
I 'nknov. ii. : hi n b; notified thai t
i 'omplainl for 'tis..-1 ha* beel
.i.,.i i and re required I i
:, Cop; >! j our an*wer
I'lalntiff* .,::!.. Claude VI Barnes,
. aliiim : Bldg "ti "i befori
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... iain.il svit > the i lei i< thin i'
.a her !- i h. allegal loi ol sal i
'omplainl ill be taken as oni...... I
nst ><-ii
i iati il this :'iiii da; of August, I.
v. ii l.K VTHERMAN, Clerk,
Circuil curt Dade County, Horlda
R; HELEN K'Es.-I. KK
lletiutl Cll
^_____________________s .'.1. "T-14-^l
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY
NO. 62C 9250
YIRtilNIA MX RIK FBI .Tl >N
I sintiff,
CHARLES KENNETH FELTON,
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ORDER TO APPEAR
YOC, CHARLES KENNETH FHI.-
T. iN Ri *ldi n. I'nknow n, an hi i -
l>s notified tli.it .. Complalnl f"i Dl-
,,.,, ha* la "I"1- against s ou and
lou ed to a.
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Claud. M B ne* Bldg
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inal with thi I thi* Court
or hi dB; "i leli I
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Complaint ill Is taken ..- onfi -- i
I in nil this iih da; of m
, l.E \THKHM \\ I'll rk,
. | Court I 'adi '
II; HELEN KESSI.ER
I n put;'
NOT ICE_ BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR OADE
COUNTY IN CHANCERY
NO. 62C 9307
MAX 'I MITE,
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ol Complalnl ba* i- n fill d against
v.. and you an required servi
eop) ,-t ynm Answei or P eading to
ih. Bill of Complaint "ti the I'lalnt-
Iffs Attorney. PAl'I. KWITNBY,
i:s.,'iu:i:. I2n Lincoln Road Miami
B. ui ii Horlda. .in.l file th.- original
\nswi i .-i l'l. adlng In tin office of
th. Clerk .a tin Circuit Court on or
I..!,.., ih.- lat da) of October, 1962
Il you fail m .1" so, Judgment b; de-
fault "ill i" taw. n against you for
th. i. lit .'. in.,ml. .1 in the Bill "''
Complalnl
This notli shall be published om -
. ,, h week for four coneecuth i a
in THE JEWISH I I .< >l: 11 'I \\
DONE \ N I ORI iBRBI' -ii Mii
v ... tl.i- ;'Tiii da; < August, A D.
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120 lau.-'-ln Rond
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Rabbi Machtei
To Take B'nai
Sholom Pulpit
Gerald Greenfield president
Temi e Br.:. 16800 Nw
..i. :.-.:> week --~- n< I that
Rab-. 6Mirl Max Machtei will be
r.c -piniuil leader of the congre-
gate
Raobi Machu-:. a long-tiBM resi-
dent of Miami. ua> the f.under
r.c liceelor of the Raiho Syna-
gogue heard over local radio Ita-
lia for \2 years His first local
pulp;:, in 1930. *as at Congrega-
tion Beth David, and he was the
! r St spiritual leader of Temple
til Sholom Rabbi Machtei is
the -uUwr of the religious primer.
'Thia is My God."
During Sabbath services between'
now and the Hish Holy Days, Rabbi
.Machtei will give the congregation
, temi 01 lessons on "Religious
Defin.lion-
Distorted image* of God, pray-
er, reward, punishment, miracles
and ritual are barriers to happy
Jtm liviag --=id Rabbi Machtei
London Court
Opens Hearing
Continued from Paoe l-A
Spearhead political creei was
ar to that of Hitler party
and was based on anti-Semitism
and everything antidemocratic He
said the prosecution would si
that the men on trial had set out
to emulate Hitler's soldiers, dn -
ir.g in uniforms including brown-
-hirts ir,d ;ack t>x/t> The prose-
cution, he said, was not being
brought to hinder free speech or
to restrict political thought, but
to check ar. organization
kir.d its infanc)
Ex'ra police -- n duty out-
the Magistral Court where
crowds gathered before the htjr
mg gan Loud b were beard when the four ace
persons

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ir. i he | small
ing. T
tikas
iheir apels
Beth David Will
Launch Drive
For Membership
elected
..-. f dii i has < ndorsed a
Irive I
near future.
Harrj Cypen, Miami atti
of Be'h David
- inted cha;r-
i I the dip < immit-

se of its n ted SS0O,-
-.. can ea>:I> accon
Cy-
ptmj the jppoint-
B*th David's facilities include a
ballroom of some 7.500 sq ft.,
which adjoins the main sanctuary,
which now permits the entire
membership and their families to
worship together under one roof.
The ballroom, known as Spector
Hall, has been the site of many
recent congregational weddings,
theatre parties, receptions, con-
certs, dinner and dances.
The new building, which is cen-
trally air-conditioned, also features
10 additional classruoms, a l7S-seat
chapel, a library, and modern of-
tees
Beth David Congregation was
originally organized in 1912 un ler
the name of B'nai Zion In 1917.
the congregation was reorganized.
;,nd its name changed to Beth Dav-
id. In that year, a site was pur-
chased at the corner of NE 2nd
ave and 8th it.
By 1920, the rapidly expanding
Jewish population of Greater Mi-
ami made it necessary for the con-
gregation to purchase a new site
at NW 3rd ave and in 1925. Beth
David engaged the first permanent
spiritual leader here
On Mar. 13, 1949, ground was
broken at SW 3rd ave and ztth
rd.. which location Beth David
now occupies.
By doubling its classroom space.
th David is now able comfort-
ably to accomodate its school en-
rollment 'ff -to
post-confirmation level
In addition to the daily and Sun-
da) classes being held at the main
til TIMONCK
Timoner to Head
Cardiac Group
Eli Timoner chairman of the
board of Giffin Industries, has
been named chairman of the pur-
chasing committee of National Chil-
dren's Cardiac Hospital. Mian
nationally known free hospital i!<-
voted exclusively to rheumatic and
congential heart disease in chil-
dren.
Leo Robinson, president of the
non-sectarian children's heart hos-
pital, also announced other com-
mittee members, including Eli
Breger, Charles Goldstein, Norman
Liebling, Alan Shecter. Sheldon
Spector and Malcolm Hood, hos-
pital superintendent
Formation and naming of the pur-
cha-ing committee is part of the
hospital's organizational expansion
as it prepares to move into the
new $2,500,000 facilities now near :
ing completion in the Metropolitan
Medical Center.
-i : Ol building at SW 3rd a\e a
branch school will be conducted
. tain a' SW 77th ave and io4th
St. Registration for both schools
i> now being conducted
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by ISABEL GROVE
lege time neared, Linda Kravitz and Edward Sent
gagement was announced recently, rebelled at tin
d separate them until their planni d marriage n< xt i
future bride was to attend the University of Mi
. on to-be bridegroom finished his senii r year al Tu
ihcj prevailed upon their parents, Mr and Mrs, Ten, Kr
. Harbor Island, and Mr and Mrs. Bertram Schrank,
Baj Harbor, now living in Hartioru, Conn to n
,, plans back They'll be wed this Satur ay and both
.chool in New Orleans Also affected by the change of
- a shower planned for the bride-elect by Mrs. Eugene
pel Mrs Irving Angel, Mrs. Mason Schwartz and Mrs. Howard
Miller with a little Bleight-of-hand on the part of four
--!-. the blue, white and silver luncheon was held last Sat-
the Mona Lisa room of the Eden Roe. complete with blue
decorated with white butterflies A most welcome
the bride's grandmother. Mrs Adolph Kahn. happily recov-
a recent illness Also Manon Fredericks, of Clevelan I,
future bride's sister. Bonnie Younger set included Ellen
Linda Adelman. Louise Mandell, Karen Schwartz, and Ina
Hirschfeld, recently engaged twins planning a double
in November
.
, of honor at a luncheon in the Barcelona hotel last Friday
i : Gross, who became the bride of Jules Stark on Wed-
.,.. Pink and white cake said "lion Voyage to Harriet
lies." whose honeymoon trip is a month-long cruise on the
Hostesses for the festive occasion were Mrs Mickey
is and Mr- Prances Linn Guests included Harriet's sisters,
r- Ruth Brand and Mrs. Maurice Gross, and sister-in-law, Mrs
Kase Also the bride's daughter. Mrs. Van Bloch. of
see, the bridegroom's daughter. Mrs. Jerry Wyman. and
rs Judd Breakstone, who had introduced the happy couple to
,< other

v r< entertaining for newlyweds, Dorothy and Michael Blank.
- al a cocktail party Sunday afternoon, the 19th. at their home.
cl] So Miami Ave. Honored guests were son. Lt. Richard
.(rnian Blank, of the Air Force, and his bride. Susan Brenda.
i hter of Mr. and Mrs I ouise Kane Extending best wishes.
. pressman-elect Claude Pepper and Mrs. Pepper. Dr. and Mrs
[ e> Frehling, Mr. and Mrs Hayes Wood, with son Hayes
Kiod jr., Mr and Mrs. Murray Franklin, Mr. and Mrs. Kenntth
rreister, Mr and Mrs. George Okell. sr. and George Okell. jr.
From New York Mr and Mrs. Leo H. Schoen and Mrs. Bess
rn<. grandmother of the bride Future home for tht young
Kvpl is Okinawa

Happy family gathering at the home of Cecilia and Benjamin
6426 SW 12th st this week Mrs. K's brother and
bter-in-law, the Maurice Stantons, here from Chicago when
1 a controller for a manufacturing concern, he's greatly in
iniand aeoompanist for concert artists And home from a
[ counselor at Blue Star Camp in North Caolina. the
I Howard On a four-year academii rship.
|. ninj for his sophomore year to the University of
[ here In was elided to the House Council of h
ear \ brilliant violinist, he was assistant com rt
. sympl ti3 orchestra and soloist al th<
. An alum i : Mil mi Senior High H ard oc-
: i(i,ii in the Youth Symphon] ol Mia.-.ii, i ducted
- for tour years
npany for Mrs Betty Hirsch, of the Clifton hotel, In: -
and their three youngsters from two to six Daughter
Shula ha- written a book. "An American Housewire in Is-
til" and the family are touring the country promoting it
th 5 ve been to Lot Angeles and Chicago, and they'll soon
ii ir v. ay to N w York.
*
re thej returned to their James hotel last week. Esther
k Fox stopped in Pennsylvania to share with their daugh-
her familj seme ol the exciting things they saw and did
:. extended sojourn in Europe and Israel For their first
ad the FOXCS crossed the Atlantic on the Queen Kliza-
eame back on the United States, but they winged their
. d Switzerland, Italy, Holland. Belgium. England, nirkey,
and Israel In Jerusalem, they met many cousins, in-
- Han Ilartov. who bad helped with the compilation of the
. And. in a kibbutz. Jack was reunited with a
: last seen 4] years ago in Europe .
ong holidaj at an end for the Gertlers, Judgi
Spent several weeks in Atlantic Beach, visited
relative* in Asheville and New York, wh re the? i -
later and restaurant circuit On the waj ho
dai hter Sh< rry at Blue camp
*
Philip A Neuwirth attending the Americai
lion in San Francisco this summer, use.: it as a
board for an extended trip up and down the West Coast
Visited daughter Harriet and husband .lack Fcrtig. new liv-
'alifornia, took a look-see at the World's Fair in Sei
Ightseeing in Canada Home now at 3420 Shen
i Bar Mitzvah gift for Maxim 1 Corndorf was a trip to
this -ummer with hi- mother. Mrs Chain) D. Corndorf. 2025
h st and 8-voar-old sister Debbie Jetted to Jerusalem.
ta. Tel Aviv and Ashkelon, visiting friends and relatives, and
I ing ... An eighth grade honor student at Hebrew ACdd-
>. Maxim will celebrate his Bar Mitzvah on Sept. 22 at Beth
Turn about is fair plav First Miriam and Milton Flu
fctin spent three weeks in New York visiting with the Leo Wein-
Jeani- when they returned home, they brought Mitchell Wein
ard 9, back with them ... A week later, the senior Weingaros
P' -i.Md tor their first glimpse of our fabulous Gold Coast .
n.oved every bit oi it. including a weekend the group spent al thi
t; u Itivaai.
.
Houseguest from "down under'' for Mrs. Sara Harris. 1201
t i I n dr Allen V. Sealey, who has 200 head of caltii Ol t
100-acre ranch in Waitoa, North Island. New Zealand Both
kind travelers, they me; while on a safari in South Africa and
fa I in Capetown, Johnannesburg and Durban ... A frequent
kisitor to the U.S.. this is Sealey's first trip to South Florida, uic
\ aamns he has never seen anything to compare with motel
I or our string of magnificent hottls .
Long time Miami Bcachites, Mr and Mrs. Ruby Golin fet<
' Burprise dinner party last week at King Arthurs Court .
Occasion was the couple's 35!h wedding anniversary, and hosts
rer theii children, Rabbi and Mrs. Samuel Jaffe, of li. I)
I and Mr ami Mr.-. Lcroj Redman, of Evanston, 111. .Jon
PR local friends and relatives, guests from New York ai:d C!
k the couple many, many more.
^eJewisli IHLoridiaxi
Micmi, Foridc. Friday, August 31. 1962
Section 3
Temple Emanu-El Players will present "Send Me No Flow-
ers." c comedy, on Saturday. Sept. 8. and Wednesday. Sept.
12. at the National hotel. Above (left to right) are Edward
Newman. Jacqueline James, Leo Rokeach and Jeff Kaplan in
rehearsal of the three-ad presentation. Below are Hope
Pcmerance. Trixie Levin, director, and Rose Kogan. Other
members in the cast include Blanche Rosenblatt. Helene
Koretzky. Jimmy Rosenstreich, and Fred Stein, president oi
Temple Emanu-El Players.
Local Units Will
Help Launch Fund
More than 50.(MM> members of
Mizrachi Women's organization of
America will inaugurate the "Bessie
Gotsfeld Endowment Fund for chil-
dren" at meetings on Wednesday
The meetings of the five local
chapters. Hatikvah. Dov, Miami
Beach. Aviva and Kinneret. will
augment the rededication meeting
held here in August in memory of
Mrs Gotsfeld, founder of the or-
ganization.
The fund will provide such urg-
ently-needed services in Israel as
-pi cial care and education of handi-
capped children, formation of spec-
ial classes for gifted children from
nuresery through high school level,
additional training of teachers to
meet special and individual educa-
tional needs among recent immi-
grant children, and incentive schol-
arships for exceptional children of
new immigrants through university-
training.
Mrs. Alfred Stone, coordinator of
the organization in this area, re-
ports "strong support" of the pro-
ject from the local chapters, their
presidents and presidents-elect, in-
cluding Mesdames Israel Teitch,
Jacob Katz. Louis Tokayer. Paul-
ine drundwerg. Nathan Zeichner
and Donald Schrager.
Beth Shireh Plans for School
Cantor and Mrs Herman K Gott-
lieb, of Temple Beth Shirah. wer
host- last week :n their home to
the religious and Hebrew school
faculty.
Rabbi Morris A Skop spoke on
the Reconstruct ionist ideology.
which stresses the "peoplehood Israel." as well a> tin religious and
democratic civilizations in wh:ch
Jt W8 livt today.
Dr. David Markmson. chairman
(l the c location committee, and the
Temple's representative at the
(ireater Miami Bnni'U ci Jewish
Education, will Bgair this year
leacn the confirmath i class, assist-
ing Rabbi Skop.
lilth Z/'op fo Narrate
A gala Pars' fash-
ion shew be held at Tei
Btl Yeshuxui i Wi esdaj
evening. Orig oa creations
pierr< I / be <
. arraf by 1 'ash-
ler t mnist of
ian.
: ,: si< department i
childn n's chi ir will be under the
direction of Cantor Gottlieb. Mrs
Bernard Chesman will supervist
the administration of the school,
i: I Mrs. Morris A. Skop will direct
tht Jewish arts and crafts .It;.::
II er.t.
New numbers of the faculty
were introduced, and plans mart
to open the schools for tin second
yiar at the Palmetto Junior High
i I, 1240] SW 74th ave., on Sut
( y. Sept. 16. at 8:45 a m Classes
will include kindergarten through
the tenth grade and confirmation
Registration is now being held ; 1
the Ttmpli office, 11527 So. Dixie
hwy., with Mrs. Jack Millmai
charge, from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.
:. ng< menu n also being n i
: Bar-Bai Mitzvah training 11
rew school to l l".
:.39 So. Dixie hw>
ren'8 services
the High Holj :
. air-coi Honed Cutlet
C. mmi r itj c ei ter.
Technion Women's
Meeting Friday
Plans for the coming year will
be discussed at a breakfast meet-
of the Greater Miami chapter,
Women's Division for Technion
board of directors i n Friday. 9:30
a.m.
H< stess will be Mrs. Philip F
Thau, president of the croup, at
her new home in the Crystal House,
5059 Collins ave.
Organized to carry on the pro-
gram of sponsoring worthy students
to the Israel Institute of Technol-
ogy, the Women's Division raises
funds only from membership dues.
Further information and appli-
cation blanks are available al the
Southern regional office.
Labor Day Pun
Schedule Set
Labor Day weekend at West-
I in nke Country Club will provide
events and activities for all mem-
bers of the family
On Saturday evening, a "Night in
V ( nice' is scheduled for the
isel Terrace, and will include
per and dancing.
(in Sunday, family activities are
eduled throughout the day, high-
ighted b> a "Calvacade of Talent
S OW" at 4 p.m.. presented by
Westbrooke's majorette, fencing,
teen-age dancing, and children's
i million classes
Ir. the evening, ('inner will be
st rved on the Carousel Terrace
Rounding out the weekend. Mon-
i;> will be "Family Fun Day."
with special activities scheduled.
fr< m to a.m. to !( r m.
Israelite Center
Traditional Dinner
Dora Stein Sisterhood of the Is-
rael !< Center will have a tradi-
al dinner Friday. Sept 21. fol-
lowing early services to be held at
p m.
The dinner will re served at 7
it: the air conditioned social
charge of reservations are
(luster l.eiter and Mrs.
i Lazarus.
with the
Womi ague. United
erici


Pcce I-B
Jen fe# Thridiar^
Friday. August 31, iS62
Mildred
IMIin
Cooking
c
orner
Mrs. Herbert C Bloom director H Temple Beih Sholom nurs-
ery school, explains to two r.ew pupiLs. Shelly Levinson,
daughter o: Mr. end Mrs. Stanley Levinson. 1361 97th St.,
Bay Harbor Islcr.d and Mar..-. Zaiac, son oi Mr. and Mrs.
Manuel Za.ac 1525 Lenox ave.. some of the equipment they
v ... be using wher. they come to school on Sept. 5. Both
Shelly and Martin will be .r. the three-year-old group. The
srhcols s-.uaer.ts range in aae from three to Lve.
Member Month
At Temple Judea
ties

ill of
iave to oi
- rding to
r. Tempi'

Mr and Mr- V,
Ian md Mr- \
; ; Mrs. Meyer
.;- i Mrs. William
Mi a Mr.- George Bai-
lor. Mr ami Mr- Charles Rosen-
>,:. Mr. and Mrs. .!o>eph Klein.
Mr and Mrs. Victor Reiter. Mr
ar.c Mr.-. Jay Bearman. and Mr.
i'd Mr- Le r.ard Kali.-h
When Hamlet said. "There are
more things in heaven and
Horatio, than are dreamt of in our
philosophy, he obviously was not
con>iderm^ all the varied ways
there are of making our favorite
foods. But he could have been.
If we take as an example just that
beloved summer favorite, pickled
fish, we would find that a large
chapter would be needed to de-
scribe the many uncommon ways
in which it is made.
Mo-t of us are familiar with
those variation- in which slices cut
Erom a whole fish are first simmer-
ed. Equally delicious are the ver-
sions in which the fish is sauteed
before the pickling liquid is add-
ed. Fillet-, whole or cut up. de-
pending on size, are selected. The
-kinless fillets produce the most
choice completed dishes, since they
are daintier in appearance and
. tsier to eat. Bccau>e the fish i-
chilled prior to beinjj served, oil
should always be used in its pre-
paration, as other shortenings be-
come hard and unattractive when
cold. Vegetable <>iIs may. be used
in all the-e recipe-, tint in several
ns olive oil :- suggi sted tor
those who like its flavor While
- are USUall) il < i I !. the
of other '"-' tabh
-;,!.- used ; rn its em
seasoning l I last
Mixed pi< I ice and
which ;- also .. combination of sev
eral seasonings, are used
Curry i- found in .. surpr
large number of ri >;p< -
For both the Tickled Fish with
Tomatoes and the Pickled Fish
With Curry, the skinless fillet- an
recommended. If you wish the fi-l'
to be served in g.....l-sited piece-.
-elect thick fillet- The thinner
ones tend to break apart in tin
preparation. The taste is the
same, but the appearance is less
pleasing Pickled fish must alway-
be refrigerated for a day before
it is served, to develop the flavor
In most recipes it may be kept f<>r
several days The Pickled Fish
With Tomatoes is an exception. It
is at its besl when served at the
end of the first day.
Pickled Fish With Tomatoes
m lbs thick fi-h fillets
1 teaspoon salt
1 cup thinly sliced onions
2 tablespoons oil
1 cup peeled, diced tomatoes
'. cup white wine vinegar
h clove garlic, minced
2 teaspoon- mixed pu k
2 u a -|" ns sugar
1: possible sprinkl<
the salt and refriger ite tor an h
befon c< lokii i >th<
with the ri
I'm th< slices ii

assen tl
el : b< zini ing to cook. I I
slici ii half. Now hi al Ihi
ii a skillet i
the fish U re
mail .. bring to i
boil, tin immi r about 5 mm
ptes ntil the fish just
i lace the tl :
bowl and refrigerati
tor 24 hours fl -
4. Vegetable or olive

Pickled Fish With Curry
. lbs thick fish HI
1 : -alt
2 cup_- IhMy slice i oi
'4 cup all-purpose flour
'4 c up vegetable oil
t cup white vin
V* cup water
1 teaspoon currv ,
3 tablespoons brown -
If you have time, sprinkle the
fish with the salt and
for an hour before cooking >ihe--
v. i-e add the .-alt with the curry
Cut the onion slives in half before
measuring. Cut the fi-h into in-
dividual portions, and coal with
the flour Heat the oil in
skillet over medium heat add the
fillets and cook until thi> w
browned on the bottom Tunf
over, and cook until the flesh just
flake- Be careful not to overcook,
Remove the fillet.- and drain thor-
oughly on paper towels. Di-card
ii remaining in tl
ir. the pan put the onions ..nd re-
maining ingredients. Brn to 1
boil, then simmer I nutej
the fish, oni ins ;
liqui: in layers in
htly and refi
I hours befon
bi kept foi sevei
;.;...
Now
lRosa
products
have the
Beth Am Has Active Schedule
jRo-
MORE THAN EVER
YOU CAN
be younger
looking with
mild, mild
Palnwlive
care:
- \ fl
k Massage vigoreut "
' refresh 'l mi'd pa-""'- -
lather. F.-se art! pat c-y.
f Repeat 3 times a day.
FAMILIAR PASTEL
GREEN PAIMQLIVE
M. MAKItrN JACKSON
Gables Girl
Receives PhD
Marilyn Jackson, daughter of
Mr and Mr.-. J. B. Jackson. 6328
San Vicente. Coral Gables, has just
been awarded the degree of Doctor
if Philosophy in clinical psychol-
from Northwestern University
Dr. Jackson has attended North-
western University in Evanston.
Ill since lt57. and received her
Master'! degree there in August.
:<-">o.
She received the degree of Bach
. r of Ar- at the University of
Miami ir. 1957. where she graduat-
d cum laude. and became a mem-
ber of Psi Chi, national psychology
rarj societ) Delta Thete Mu,
- .. 1 tic honorary soci" and
Phi Kappa Phi. national science
honorary society
She 1 member of
X.. national research science hon-
orary seciety
Dr. Jackson is currently work-
ing it. Chicago, 111 as a staff pay-
the Illinois State Psj
chiatnc Instituti
Sugonne
must uum
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The Beth Am bowling league,
which will include separate men's
and women's leagues, will begin
Tuesday. Sept. 11, 9:30 p.m.. at the
University Bowl. In charge of reg-
istration are Fred Segal and Mrs.
beany Greenstein.
The Sisterhood bowling league
will start on Tuesday. Sept 11. at
the University Bowling Lanes.
Chairman are Mrs. Robert Garvett
and Mrs Marvin Floreman
First Sisterhood meeting will be
held on Wednesday. 10 a.m.. in the
Temple Plans will be completed
for the luncheon to be held at the
Dupont Plaza hotel on Wednesday.
Sept. 12. with fashions from Hart
ley's to be modeled by Sisterhood
members and their children Mrs
Louis Gillis will chair the event
Dancing classes for children
JWV Delegates
Attend Conclave
Attending S convention of the
Jewish War Veterans of the Unit-
Slates, which opened in Detroit
on Sunday, and will continue un-
til Sept. 2. are Irving Cooperman.
commander of Miami Beach Post
330. and pa-t department 1
mander of the post Daniel Heller,
who is running for the office of
Judge Advoe.ite. second highest
post in the organization
Delegates from 14 auxiliaries in
'he area are also attending the con-
vention, with Mrs, Edward Lev me.
1 -ident of the Department of
Florida, Jewish War Veterans Lad
- Auxiliary, heading the contin-
r-
Mrs Ted UngStOn, forme:
idem of the Department of 1-1 irida,
conductn ? this
area for the ol fice of
inal chaplain
'Caribbean Calypso Nite'
A "( an alypso \ t<
j the Sh
ii B 1 ith W
urday nighl I Cutler l;
fessional bldg L
his mua nd a limbo da
. ided th enterl ami
refri Mr-
Arnold Braun was in charge of the
cv ent
from '- and up will -'art or. \\. I
nesday, with Helene Tavlor danc-
ing instructor Mrs. Stanley Well-
ins is in charge of registration
All eighth, ninth and tenth grade
student- of the religious school are
required to attend on Saturday, ac-
cording to Mrs. Harry Ross, prin-
cipal Sunday session includes
kindergarten through ,-n e n t h
grade
All beginning students of the He-
brew school report to the auditor-
ium on Wednesday at 3:45 p.m
older students at 4.45 p.m Mr-.
Gerald Wein.-tein 1- chairman
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And now all La Rosa pioccts xt
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Friday, August 31. 1962
'Jen1st noridian
Page 3-B
GMJCC Names Jeanette Schwartz to Head
Childhood, Family Education Programs
Appointment of Jeanette B. she was then offered a scholar-
Schwarti aa director of the early ship for the PhD sequence in social
childhood development ami family work a) the University "f Pennsyl-
life education program- at the Ivania, where she spent a year and
Greater Miami Jewish Commun-'a hell and received her thiril year
tj Center was this week announ-
ced by Efraim ll dale, executive
director.
Miss Schwartz, who is closing out
hi r responsibilities after seven
with the Dade County Child
Guidance
II i( 50< iS
certificate
At this time, she received an ap-
pointment to the Daile County
Child Guidance Clinic, where she
assumed the responsibilities of
chief psychiatric social worker.
Clinic as chief psychia- This important position involved
worker, will assume her Hot onlv direct treatment and con-
responsibilities at the Greater Mi- tact with parents and'children, but
aim Jewish Community Center onIsupervision of the entire social
jo. work staff, as well as consultant
Miss Schwartz brings a full back- to various agencies in the ana of
ground <>t education and expert- early childhood development One
i nee to the position of early child- of these agencies was the Greater
hood development director. She is Miami .lewish Community Center.
a native "i Minneapolis, Min and
was graduated from the Stella
Louise Wood Nursery and Primary
Education School, and received a
lifetime teacher's certificate. She
Miss Schwartz is a member of
the Academy (if Certified Social
Workers, National Assn of Social
Workers, Psychiatric Social Work-
er- Section-NASW, Research Social
Photographed at the New
York apartment of Mme.
Helena Rubinstein is this
Branell regal gray and gold
costume, which will be fea-
tured among others at a
I show here Sept. 24.
turdine's Will
je Lorber
ashion Show
spent a number of years as director Workers SectionNASW, Florida
of the Minneapolis Jewish Com-! Public Health Assn.. American
munity Center nursery school, as < Assn. of Orthopsychiatry, and
veil as consultant to social work- American Assn. of Group I'sycho-
ers and the community in the area, therapy.
of family life education. In addition, she ha.- written ex-
tensively on work with small ehil-
Intense Interest i dren. has served as program con-
I ference chairman of the Florida
Because of her interest in chil-1 Welfare Conference, chairman of
dren. Miss Schwartz received a the ad hoc committee of South
-cholarship and returned to the | Florida chapter, NASW. on ortho-
I'niversity of Minnesota where she j psychiatry, and has led several
won another BS degree in children's ; workshops on this subject. She is
library science. While continuing the local chairman of the Ameri-
Mr. and Mis. Max Hecht are shown with the mobile X-ray
unit they donated to the Kaplan Hospital in Rehovot, oper-
ated by the Kupat Holim of Histadrut, during their two-month
stay in Israel this summer.
Hechts Donate X-Ray Machine
her interest in the nursery schiol,
.^QQG LOrOer Mlss Schwartz developed one of the
early radio education porgrams for
children. While serving as a chil-
dren's libarian. she continued her
responsibilities in education, es-
n. Hum the Dupont American pecially in nursery schools, and
louture Collection will be shown then accepted a stipend at the Uni-
.. gala dinner and fashion show versify of Minnesota Graduate
ir the beiictit ol the Lorber chap School of Social Work. She receiv-
er. Children's Asthma Research ed an MA degree in social work
with emphasis and specialization in
psychiatric and administrative soc-
ial work.
Following graduation Miss
noun at a premiere luncheon the Schwartz was employed in a num-
lowlng M>r Sept. 25. also at ber of public and private family
A premier* ol ultra-elegant fash-
-titute and Hospital of Denver.
Sept. 24 beginning at 7:30 p.m..
the new Summit restaurant in
kadeland The fashions will be
pe Summit
"Designei Greats Greet Dade
ami'' will bt the theme of the fash-
y.\ show, staged by Burdine's, since
llu- Mill b the first event saluting
ladeland's new Shopping Center in
kv.itli Miami, which is scheduled to
n official!) on Oct. 1. Burdine's
ixth store will dominate the cen-
|T
1' i Kan pleoi the opulent gowns
remiered at the show is illus-
B hen with Branell's regal
|ra> and gold costume in brocade
nylon and metalized yarn, sol-
II) encrusted with tiny beads and
ivishly trimmed with chinchilla.
and children's agencies, first as a
social case worker, then as a super-
visor, and finally, as a department
director.
can Child Guidance Assn.
Center Duties
At GMJCC. she will give super-
vision, guidance, and direction to
more than 20 teachers and super-
visors serving some 250 children at
the following four locations of the
Greater Miami Jewish Community
Center:
Miami YMHA Branch. 450 SW
16th ave.; Miami Beach YMHA
Branch. 1536 Bay rd.; North Coun-
ty Branch. 14036 NE 6th ave.; and
Southwest YMHA Branch. 7215 Cor-
Bl Way
In additon. a new program on
family life education will be de-j
veloped during the porgram year
1962-63.
Mr. and Mrs. Max Hecht. of Mi-
ami Beach, donated a mobile x-ray
unit to the Kaplan Hospital in Re-
hovot, Israel, operated by the
Kupat Holim of Histadrut
Hecht. chairman of the develop-
ment foundation of the I.-rael His
tadrut Committee of Greater Mi-
ami, is an active leader for State
of Israel Bonds, the Jewish Na-
tional Fund, and Mizrachi. Mrs
Hecht is active with B'nai B'rith.
Hadassah and Kneseth Israel Con
gregation.
The x-ray unit, which already is
in operation at the Kaplan Hospi-

i'
tal. was dedicated in memory of
Dr. Rudolph Freudenberger. of
New York.
The Hechts spent two months
this summer in Israel, and confer-
red with Israeli leaders regarding
the Greater Miami Medical Center
in the Negev They are among the
founders of the project, which is
sponsored by friends of the Hista-
drut in Greater Miami.
Since moving to Miami Beach
seven years ago, the Hechts have
played an active role in numerous
projects aiding the development
of Israel
Plan to Launch Fall Activities


'orkmen's Circle
las Convention
I ;u'
Cedars of Lebanon Hospital Aux-
iliary Will launch itis fall activl
ties with a city-wide membership
brunch on Tuesday. Sept 11. at 11
am at the Museum of Science
and Natural History, 3280 So. Mi-
ami ave
President, Mrs Nathaniel Levin,
announced that the new slogan for
recruitment in '62 and '63 will be:
Let's belong to Cedars because
Cedars belongs to Us."
One of the important alms of the
stepped up drive is to enlist more
women in the recently expanded
in-service program
Although our kick-off brunch
will be geared for the most part to i
entertainment and socializing, we
13rd kouthcastern confer
ce o( ihi Workmen's Circle will
P held in Atlanta. Ga.. from Aug.
1 to Sept ]. Headquarters will i,aV(, prepared a genuine surpn-se-
i' at the Henrj Grady hotel. .program for all who attend." said
Delegates representing the Club Mrs. Norman Gladsden, Auxiliary
verglades Branch, English-speak- program chairman.
18 group ol the Workmen's Circle. New members have a wide range
iviiin.ui. -run.- Ramagll, David Ri-
ta*, Kni.in Koclikfml, William Shaver,
t'hllip U'.u-li.iw. Robert Werner ami
Tl......;i- /.ii don.
Committee chairmen for the coming
year ." Mesdames Lawrence Adler,
iw.....ilirance; Uurulhj Aronuvlts,
Lobb> Shop treasurer; Norman
Brown, program; Hr.uik Cole, !>''>
co-chairman; Joseph Barahan, volun-
teei r< i ultment; Uerti ude Dunnei.
I.i.1.1.> Shop volunteer*; Mltchel Gold-
man, mailing; Herbert ".....Imali, pub-
licity; II II. Urosklauss, telephone
co-chairman; Hyman Kaplan, Lobb)
Shop planning; Louts Lemberg. his-
torlan; IJoria Margulia, bulletin; Max
Pepper, volunteer application*; Ben
Novaok, Lobby Shop decoration*;
Samuel Saplro, development fund,
Sam Seitlln, roster; Julius Bpe tor,
membership; l>avld Stusln, personnel;
Jen-} Weiss, sunshine; Fred Wllkoff,
Bin ,aii. .mil Doran Kilmer, Assn, !
i.i Hospital Auxlllai lea r< pre-
Rentatlvi
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Other members attending are
r and Mrs. John Layton. Phil
'iner, Mr- Htith Schuldiner. and
Mr* Ida Poston, Southeast district
lary,
cording to Mrs. Joseph Uarshan. ^{VeMKkMImiaMI,
' Mrs Evelyn Weiner and Har- of activity in which to enroll, *C-|inu
Schuldim i
who acts as liaison between the
Auxiliary and the hospital.
Heading up the membership com-
mittee is Mrs Julius Spector. who
CERTIFICATE OF
CORPORATE DISSOLUTION
IN THE NAME AND BY THE
AUTHORITY OF THE STATE
OF FLORIDA
TO M.I. TU Wlli'M THESE PRE-
SENTS SHALL COME, OREETINOS:
Whereas, WILLIAM i: OHICKER-
MIA.V1I, FLOlUUA; BERT SA-
KLOR1DA; HELEN I'
,, the -Till da) ol July, A I lS,
cause i" be Incorporated undei Ihi
laws ol the suit.- "i 1- i"i "in KM' 'BE
Hill,i >ERS, INC., .1 i urporatlon, Ith
Its principal place "t business al
CURAL I1ABLES, I'M B ''"I NT1 .
ioneer Women's Meeting
Mrs Abraham shedroff. preal-
lent, will conduct the first Pioneer
Women Club 2 meeting In the tall
bason on Monday, 1 p m., at the
shington Federal bldg., 1244
Washington ave. Projects and ac-
uities for the coming year will
discussed.
has bean leader in the Cedars Aux- ]',,;, 's,.,';,. ',,', Florida, and wherea*
Diary since its inception. Assist- the proper officers ;''-"". ,.:|";''
l .....,.., mill hu Mrs """ ,l"1 "" "" "' ''' Al""- x ''
mi; BS a co-chairman will De .Mrs. pi riled In the office ol
Irene Fink.
Reservations for the Sept. n
brunch may be made with Mrs.
Mitchell Goldman, Mrs George
Soule. or Mrs. Edward Soule.
\hai Chapter Party
Chai chapter. B'nai BTtth, held
"memberbring-a-member" party
It the Deauville hotel Tuesday
Jening. Mrs Flora Sinick was in
arge of arrangements.
attendee-., according to Mrs. Glads-
den.
Officers Ihe Cedars Auxiliary are
Mesdames Nathaniel Levin, president;
Ted Lotterman, Herschel Leschel and
Morris Btau, vice presidents; Jacob
C'olsky, corresponding secretary! Ben-
{amin Oren, recording secretary; M
: iiiss.-r. financial secretarj ; Ber-
nard Ifesner, treasjurer; :<"'! B '
Bi, aiauer, parliamentarian,
Board members Include Mesdames
siiin.'v Aronovlts, Wei man Qladsden,
Sidnev (lorehov, Morton Halperln.
rjavld Hess, James i-w>, garr>
Maritowlta, Stanley C. Myers. Frank
11,, Seiietnrj ul State > Ihe State
,,l i i,,mi,,. ., Certificate "i A.meiid-
mem changing Its corporate name i"
LOTS '*' LOTS, INC., and wherean
such >i.i|M,iiitn.ii iIhI i"i the 'Hi daj ol
August, A U. IV62, cause lo be filed In
ii.....it... ..t ihi Secistar] ol Stati ol
the ii'" iinii-ii
CnAAiol nri7p will be awarded to ihe State ol Florida,
bpetidl pnzes win siawasucuH ^rj BUthorllJ ,,,,,,,,! undei Section
iiiis.:'T. Rortda Statutes, showing1 thi
dissolution of such corporation
Now, therefore, ili- Secretary of
State does herebj certlf) to the fore-
gjoing and thai he Is satisfied thai the
requirements of l have been com-
piled with.
in WITNESS WHEREOF, l have
hereunto sel m> liana and have
affixed the Qreat Baal of the State
hi Florida, al Tallahassee, tin-
Capital, tin.- the NINTH da) >>
A I i IL'ST, A t < '.."''-
..in TOM AJJAMS,
Seorotar) of s>'tate
8 SI '62
ANNOUNCEMENT
Your favorite knit shop will again
OPEN FOR THE SEASON
Tuesday, September 4th
See our exciting collection of new
ideas for knitting fall sweaters and
dresses.. .plus a lovelj new collection
of earns from Paris. Expert stap-by
Step instruction.
1 Mclusively ours .. Lamil Mohair
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+JeistncrHijr
Friday. August 31, 1952
II
m
NO*MA
'
WOMAN OF THE WEEK
' I '
- | :
Fair for young foil 1 -
r pan of Jus si
1 leg. Feeling that 1 rat
Son the wives of the 1
- -. seal asking
of -whys replies s
- right for hei rself 1 busband
In ti
. to be ---
Sorma's rnctl
So she grev
-
- Son
1 the Vi ersit;
wort
Master's .. -
the University of l"t
^^_ jf v
If
- ..
assignment li v.: their last Navj -
'- :: Ethan was : rn N *
. sister Eve E who am
Lake City, from where the Podets came
then Norma was <>n the txiard of the Comm .
Council and did counseling at the University of Utah.
It didn't : .k'- Norms long to adjust herself to Miami. She is as
z~ can be But a- -he sees it. when you want to. you make
r whatever Interests you One day a week she spends on the
I -: ssioul Staff of the Senior Da> Centers.
Realizing how important it is to instill the feeling of "together-
in their family, the Podets do many things together, like shell-
I and bird-watching Their shell collection is still small, and Norma
says that it iU remain small if they have to take up skin-diving,
h is supposed to be so essential a part of successful shelling. From
her t:; collection of cook books. Norma loves to try new recipes. She
thinks that she is best with desserts. Their househod is a very organ-
ize*: one, and the piano lessons that Norma is about to start taking
will just fit nght id.
-* *
TOC BAD YOU DONT LIVE IN TERRACE TOWERS
'Risen Ai and Dot Mason celebrated their 40th wedding anniver-
sary they had a party that only included the folks in the new building
to which they had just moved The party was at Arnie and Mae Perl-
- Venetian Isle Bridge Club. No bridge that night! There was
ke box. dancing and all sorts of games like musical chair, a broom
- and the twist, of course. Dancing, as well as bridge, can make
you hungry, and a delicious buffet was served Among the thirty
. tests were Mr. and Mrs George Wolpert. Col. and Mrs Peter Nor-
- Mr and Mrs Frank Delford. the Robert Lewms. Mr and Mr-
t1 Lauer and Mr and Mrs Herman Bower
a
AROUND TOWN
: sc Mrs Burti n Kahn just returned from a visit to her home
: Rid n i. Va. II .- isy 1 tell she's a Southerner because
soft Ira that's intriguing in .- She and her seven-year-
ghter pany home with them The whole
_ Mar -' just returned from camp, are showing
ges Donna Seldes. who hasn I been
for ten ; ears .
ras the theme of the conversat
.< and Rubin Levii Is, Dr. and Mrs J
way back in Brooklyn Dr. Back
~ ..- -.<.- at NYl" After ^ trip to the Diversity
library he ed that there were only 14 of his books
--. st ':.ary 33. My my!

a-aT makes a home?
- Milt'T. ai North Ba;. rd these
days I .- '' new baby. Carer. Sll
The em 1 Si Peti sburg wher 1 losl and
Carolyn year at law school They
k for a vacation The baby, accof
- grandmol der age of two and a
eefcs to tot trip much bett> r Miriam At I
Mir bad forgotten how to r.andle such a j
knack re-
+ <
LUCKY WINNER
and Ctonnor Freeman just came vacation, whicn m itseM -s exciting H wever whai happens to
- 1 -.;idren always takes precedent They rushed from the plane in
Las Vegas to the Desert Inn motel. U -< clerk that they
-r later and SvaktBg the whereabouts of the television M
Sett TV roan with one minute to spare, the Freeman* wa-.ch-
- r taugmef .".: m the Pa.--*ord program out of New York.
ISM Judy Mrs Sam Abrams and lives in Aberdeen, where
, iieu:enant in the army With the Freer their trip
were Leonard and Natalie Egert..

WHERE PEOPLE ARE
on and Shirley LcveaMB be home for a -
the middle of September Bight now they are LB Lake Lo.i>e i-d
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E. Albert Pallot
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Mrs, M maid of
honor was her sister. Rosalyn An
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Greeni served as matron of
or. Her other attendants were
Toby Malamud. the bridegroom's
lister, Iris Ratner. Ins-Beth Sharpe.
Sharyn Greene and Rhonda Greene.
Marcy Kaplan was flower girl, and
Drew Evans, ringbearer
An elementary education major,
the former Ilia Angel is a grad-
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in Cleveland
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Barbara Lifshutz Now Mrs. Rubin
mtS. JUUS iTAMK
Jules Storks
On Month Cruise
A month-long cru..-e on :he Cor
oma followed the exchange of 1
for the former Harriet Gross : I
Jules Stark who were married
Wednesday Aug 29
Rabbi Leon Kronish fficiat*
the noon ceremony held in
home of the bride's brother and
sister Mr. and Mr- HoweU
3280 Chase a\e
For the intimate (amil] we
the ne Mrs Stark wore a <*
lace over beige taffeta sheath fea-
turing an extended shoulder ..:
and scoop neck A tiny circlet bal
matched the frock, and she
ned orch. Is
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bride's -on and his wife. Mr
and Mrs Roher* Gross: her daugo
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Bloch. of Tallahassee; and the
bridegr m iau^hter and her hus-
band. Mr. and Mrs Jerry Wyman
When they return from their boo-
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T4 Lakeview dr.. Miami Beach
Barbara Elayne Lifshutz and Sir
Rubin exchanged nuptial vow- Sal
urday evening. Aug 25. at Tempit
Emanu-El. with Rabbi Korman
Shapiro officiating.
Parents >>f the newlyweds j:-
Mrs Sarah Lifshutz. 2136 SW 9th
St.. an 1 'he late Nathan Lifshutz.
and Mr and Mrs Julius Rubin v>-
Miami Beach
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Mrs. Whitebook
In Peau de Soie
The Diplomat hotel was the site
,,l the wedding ceremony uniting
Ronni Drucker and Robert A.
i\ hitebOOk on Saturday evening,
Aug 25. Rabbi Max Lipschitz of-
, iated at the nuptials.
following a reception at the
hotel, the young couple left for a
honeymoon trip to the Caribbean
Islands.
The bridal gown of peau de soie
and reembroldered alcncon lace
featured ;i skirt drawn to the hack
ji .i bow fit 11 irit; into a chapel train,
["he bride carried miniature white
roses, and was attended by Judy
: i-.cb.er.
Micky Tarler was best man to
bridegroom, with Mark Lip-
and Alan Perez serving as
ushers
The new Mrs. Whitebook is a
.senior at Barry. College, majoring
lementary education. Her hus-
i m i nal building contra*
itten > d the University of
la
Parents ol the newlyweds are
and Mrs. David Drucker. 1030
Jlsl si No. Miami Beach, and
Mi and Mr- Irving H Whitebook.
\i. lOtfa ave., No. Miami
r^ctbbi K^erves rCound the \*lock
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MRS. ROBERT A. WHITEBOOK
Beth Sholom Sets
Art Exhibition
mple Beth sholom Art Gallery
with an exhibition of wood-
print; and paintings by the
known New York artist, Irwin
:; lenhoust on Thursday. Sept 21.
'i (id The Rosenhouse
in i> a loan exhibition from
Lofi .in the Mile Art Gallery
ral Gables managed by Mr
Mrs Bob Hurwitz.
senhous* recently completed a
,-!i iw at tht Steindler Gallery on
Madison Avenue, NY His work
!;,- been characterized by art exit-
. ,- "om ol warmth, tenderness
.ind compassion."
He has exhibited at the American
Federation oi Arts. Library' of Con-
gr< --. the Museum of Modern Art.
San Francisco Museum of Art.
Brooklyn Museum.
Beth Sholom art committee is
chaired by Mrs. David Drucker. and
includes Mrs. Herbert C Bloom.
Mrs Arthur Horowitz, and Mrs.
Zachary F. Bailev.
Southwest Center Social
*> social and dance was held re-
entlj at Southwest Jewish Center,
1438 SW 8th St.
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Gidney, Hoffman
Engagement Told
Mr and Mrs. Morns Gidney. of
5251 No. Bay rd.. announce the
engagement of their daughter. Mar-
ilyn Rose, to Peter Brian Hoffman.
son of Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Hoff-
man, of New York City and Rock-'
away, N.J.
Miss Gidney has attended the
University of Miami, and is pres-
ently enrolled at Boston University,
where she will receive a degree in
Speech Therapy She is a member
of Alpha Epsilon Phi sorority.
Mr Hoffman was graduated from
the University of Miami with a
degree in marketing He has re-
cently completed six months of ac-
tive duty in the National Guard.
He was stationed at Fort Knox, Ky.
A June wedding Is planned.
Kahaner Women
To Offer Play
Mollie Kahaner Sisterhood of Beth
Torah Congregation will meet Wed-
nesday evening in the Social Hall
of the Temple building
An original play. "As the Tree
Grows," written by members of
the Sisterhood, will be presented
under the direction of Mrs. Leo
Abrams. program vice president.
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DOMESTIC HELP
DAY WORKERS
Ph. FR 9-8401
By RABBI MAYER ABRAMOWITZ
The unique feature about the
rabbinate is that it is a 24-hour oc-'
cupation. A rabbi*s duties do not
end with his several functions in j
the synagogue, nor could they be
limited in terms of the hours of
office time consumed. Thus, even >
in his private life, the rabbi al-
ways seems to be "on duty." He
is, therefore, constantly under
microscopic scrutiny by the mem-
bers of his congregation and by
his community.
Intensive Program
All this. I have accepted as part
ol my active rabbinate since ar-
riving at Temple Menorah some 11
years ago However, here in the
mountains. I realize that being a
rabbi takes on an even greater
meaning that it does in city life.
For. in the city, a rabbi is judged
by his coverno one is even con
cerned with the book.
Here, as I participate in the an-
nual Leadership Training Institute
Beth Torah Adds
To School Staff
Classes in the Hebrew school de-
partment of Beth Torah Congrega-
tion religious school will start on.
Wednesday, Abraham .1 Gittel-
SOn i educational director.
Joining the faculty for the com-
ing year is Benjamin Niedzwetzki,
who has served as principal of the
Jewish Day school in Cali. Colom-
bia, for the past 16 years Other
new staff members are Mrs. Michal
Gruen, Mrs Morris Levin, and
Rabbi Julius Sukenik Instructors
returning to the school are Mrs,
Jack Diamond. Mrs. Irving Seidel
and Alexander Andron
Special features to be included in
1 the Sunday school program are
regular remedial studies conducted
by Mrs. Max Steinfink.
Other members of the Sunday
! school staff are Mrs. Florence
j Ginesin, Mrs. Arthur Cohen, Mrs.
Alvin Friedman and Mrs. Sol Elfen-
bein.
The preschool division, offering
a complete readiness program, is
headed by Mrs Sidney Keshlan-
ky. Other members of the staff
are Mrs. Sol Elfenbein. Mrs. Flor-
ence Ginesin, Mrs. Michal Gruen,
Mrs. Eugene Marshall and Mrs
Herbert Comm.
The United Synagogue Youth
groups of the congregation will be
under the direction this year of
Irving Goldhoff, chairman of the
mathematics department at Henry
Filer Junior High.
Thirteen members of the United
Synagoue Youth group attended a
Leadership Training Institute in
Hendersonville. NO. They include
Eilene Band. Roberta Band.
Mike Segall. Susan Cluck. Susan
We in stock. Ted Kloth. Eilene
Mandel, Bonnie Greenspan. Gilda
Abramowitz. Bernard Ginsberg.
Toni Donnerstag and Cathy Sand-
ier. Abraham J Gittelson, educa-
tion director at Beth Torah, served
as an instructor at the Institute.
Nathan Ostrov is chairman of the
youth commltitee.
Serving as spiritual leader of the
congregation is Rabbi Max A. Lip-
schitz. with Ben-Zion Kirschen-
baum as cantor.
Rahhi .Mavrr AErramouritz spirit*
nul Wader ,ij Tf-mplc" ,Vfe*>ii>rufi is
serving tit* lecher and advisor re
same 210 teert'dgeri III a Le"iiier\/np
Training Institute encampment of
L'nitrd Synagogue ~l outh ui Blue
Star Camp in HaWersonviUe; \i
The following is his impression ej
"Judaism iri l\ of the Southeast region's United
Synagogue Youth, I find the truism
of being a rabbi 24-hours a day
more significant. The Institute is
held at Camp Blue Star, nestled in
Green valleys and rolling hills,
with the imposing Blue Ridge
Mountains serving as a majestic
backdrop. Here, several of US are;
serving as teachers and advisors
to an enthusiastic hunch of USY'er-
numbering 210 teen-agers repre-
senting six southern states, The
teen-agers are subjected to an in
tensive program of Judaism and
a Jewish way of life.
By our dress, by our meals, even
by our very behavior, you would
not know us or distinguish US from
the teen-agers. As the teen-agers
are always dressed in camp
clothes, so are we constantly. I
have' yet, for example, to put on a
suit, even at religious services.
Only the weather determines the
kind of clothes one wears. We eat
with the kids in the dining room,
we serve ourselves, we clean our
own tables. We use only those
utensil* determined by the type of
meals prepared Thus, as the chil-
dred themselves, so do we join in
lusty cheering and singing on the
ball field, or in various camp activ-
ities.
Basics on the Lake
Yet it is here, more so than in
our well patterned lives in the city,
that I feel that I am a rabbi 24-
hours a day. For I am liable to
be called upon as a rabbi at the
oddest moments, in the strangest
places The very first day of my
arrival in camp, for example, I
went swimming. The lifeguard.
, some senior USY'ers. and I engag-
1 ed in a discussion on the Talmudic
I prescription of swimming being a
father's duty as he teaches his chil-
dren to meet life. Paddling my
canoe down the placid waters if
the lake, a group of youngster*
rode up to the side of my canoe ani
asked what Judaism teaches about
the hereafter. Right there, dress*
ed in swimming trunks on the calm,
waters of the lake, eager teen-
agers were discussing with their
rabbi basic tenets of Judaism.
Something similar happened th*
other afternoon as I took the fam-
ily, my wife and three children, for*
a walk in the woods. From the dis-
tance, we heard someone calling,
Hey. Rabbi'" I located the voica
further up the mountain, whera
some youngsters from Montgom-
ery, Ala., welcomed us into their
makekshifl picnic. There was a
little exchange of formal greetings,
hut immediately, they plunged int >
serious discussion of the advant-
age- or disadvantages of Hebrew
as the language of prayer. And SO
it is. that every moment. Judaism
.-tarches for a meaning in life,
Judaism with its rituals at horn.-.
Judaism with its emphasis on Is-
real, Judaism with its meaning ;.t
Godall these may he discussed
anywhere and at any time. j
Real Meaning of Life i
Officially, my "duties" inclu *.
only two one-hour sessions eachi
day In the morning, after break-
fast. I conduct classes in "Prayer
and the Prayer Book.-." and in :ha
afternoon I lead a seminar in tha
"Aims and Purposes of Our USY "
But practically. I am a rabbt
throughout the day. And my rab-
binate has nothing whatsoever to>
db with how I dress or how cor-
lect is my behavior. (
As 1 sit communing about theso
experience-. I cannot help but com-
pare my normal rabbinical duties
1 in the city and how vastly differ-
i ent it is to the experiences here im
| the mountains. I can't recall the
last time when I was called upo>
! to discuss the meaning of prayer,
th language of prayer, the basin
tents of Judaism, except in tha
formal profession of synagogue
life.
It is here in the rough surround-
ings of Mother Nature, that we be-
come true to our own nature be-
cause it is here that we seek the rejul
meaning of life.
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Frankfurter
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Picks Goldberg
JTABy Direct Teletype
WASHINGTON President Kcn-
announCfid Wednesday the
, -ignation of Associate Supreme
i url Justice Felix Frankfurler
c the appointment of Labor Sec-
,. tary Arthur C.oldberji to the Su-
l reme Court.
President Kennedy paid high
tribute lo Justice Frankfurter, who
served on the court for 23 years,
stating 'hat "during his service in
court, the direction of the law
h; > been channeled by many im-
p, rtanl decisions which he ren-
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The President said: "Few
jdqes have made as significant
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the law. Few persons have made
so important a contribution to
our local traditions and liter-
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Y,,ii are t .-.|uit -! to file your an-
Tt plaintiff's complaint itli thi
''l,-ik of the aforeaald Court, and
i cop) th. t. ,.f upon plainl
MARTIN FINE uli I
Dad. i-. ill n Klda Mi mi -'. Florid i
Her th.in Sept. ..;', ,.|-
I I '. i i ,. he .1 .IL- III-' I'lUI
Hiili'il A
IS II LKATHEil.ilAN
if the flri
, i it) HI LEN KKSSI.KR
1 Clerk
MARTIN I NIS
:
-.id. r.
- ..
LEGAL NOTICE
LEGAL NOTICE
LEGAL NCT CE
NOTICE UNDER
F'CTIT OUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY IWVEN that
' I.......lei Hlgn< d, di all Inn to ens
l.i.shi. s> under the rictltloua name u(
K CRT Ml 'Tl >RS ai Mill N VV "th
v > Miami Int. ml. i.....gistei Raid
name itii thi i.....i ih. I 'Ircull
t'ouri : I '.I '..ini! \. Florida
Kl'R r I. ENKWAY
- 34-31. '' 7 II
NOTICE BY FLELICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDiCIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN A\D FOR DADE
COUNTY IN CHANCERY,
No. 62C 84t>2
UEKNU'E .'. 'I l.TKI:,
I'lali '
va,
JUSTICE ARTHUR GOLDBERG
alth "has compelled him to take
less active part in the court's
"i- and we shall miss him.*'
The President said that Secre-
r\ Goldberg will brinu to the
u rt "a wealth of experience
ined from the active practice of
|: a for over 30 years. He has had
in enviable record of accomplish-
In eni at the bar. and his character.
tnperament and ability superbly
K* ia"f>' him for service on the
urt
I believe his scholarly approach
P< the law, combined with his deep
In rstanding of our economic and
litical systems, will make him a
luable member of the Supreme
in "
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
XoTIi '!: IS II KREIIY ISIVFJN Ih ll
....
. ,-i minus mi in., ,'f
Til '1 VI'AII I'M EN I ..... -III ii.-
Avi-nu ml i Inti-nda I
waid .. n ,. with Ii- 'lei k ..' t he
ill nf I 'ad. 'minis. Hoi -
i.i.,
1.1-:. >N \ki isra i:i.
R Mannhein
tiinni.M
21 11.9 7-14
(inneret Chapter Meeting
The newly-formed Klnnerel chap
i nf Mizrachi Women was to have
first board meeting this Thurs-
1 al ihe home of Mrs Alvin Lev-
r son. 8610 sw 20th st Plans for
1 coming year were to be -M'll
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE OF PUBLIC SALE
h. rebj given b> Ih. un
n 'lint ,,11 S.j.i.ml., r 10, 1962.
' xl ii Palm M...... 1 and < la-
I'alm Avenue Hlaleah, the
ill be v..I.I .11 in. lion
: 1 I.....1 l-'.n 'I
inn Station Wag......wned bj Han-
I !i W loth Street.
' I.I'. No AI-'.MTl IKSI'ISOS
iiintlng to llos
I'AI.M Ml ITORH \NI' CAR \<1E
- II. 7/7
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
'N AND FOR DAOE COUNTY.
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 56493-C
it, ,.1
' VNC18 \ rABOADA
NOTICE OF APPLICATION
FOR TAX DEED
Chapter 20722 Acts of 1941
File AA.20820
N.'Tli-i: IS HEREBY tllV'EN ihm
Bi n Honk In. holdei >'f fount) T ix
Sale fertlflcataa numbered i-""; and
i .... iHaued il.- i.-i da) "i June, A D
!:":. hai* ftl-l sain*. In my ..ffi.-.-. and
naa made application (im tax dead
>,. be IHaued Hu-i^.ni S.inl aertlfleatea
embrace thi following deaorlbed prop-
erty, in ll"* Count. "I I'.uli*. Stall-
n| Florida, ...-it
l...ts :: .. 12 In. I'.l'" k 9 Coral
Highlandii, Plal Hook \ Bag* i
In tin fount) "i I'n.i.. State o(
Florida, ..- embrai il In I "ertlflcate
No 1296
Thi .!-- --m. nt ol nald propert) un.-
a. r Ihe -iil'l certificate iaaued wan In
Hi., name "l Orange State Builders
in.
I^.t !; Block ;'.. f......nni drove Sec
1 'oral tSabli H Plat Biaik 11 Page
23 in the fount) of Daile, Stuii- ..f
Elnrlda, a* embraced In Certificate
N>. i II
The ..----in. in ol mid pro|>ec4.v un-
i, i he -..i.i rtlfii it' Iaaued a lr
Ihe name "i Ann.. Pararas
l'ni.-s aalil certlflcatei! ahall I" ro-
ll emi .1 ... orillng to law, the prop-
. i:. .i, ., i ilii ,i h. n-ln ill be nold m
the hlKheKi bidiler al the fn n lions.
I..... on he n -i M 11. 11 In thi
.....m h .,t i i. loin r, li"':' Id' li i- th.
'.-i ilm ol.....i I9i
I ...t. .1 tin.- 22nd .1 <\ "t Alien-
i: r. i.i-:.\tiiki:.ma v i 'lerk "f
.'ii. nt fourt, i i:t'i.-i','uiit>. Florida
B) R M I.BEI'EB,
1.. put) 'lerk
!1 ll. 9 7-t I
NOTICE OF APPLICATION
FOR TAX DEED
Chapter 20722 Acts of 1941
File AA-20869
Ni'TlfK is HEREBY lilVEN thai
Hi ii Boakin holdei < < "It) "f Hlaleah
Tax Sail tViiin.-nt. .\... 106 Ikaued the
:';.l da) ..I May, A.I) l60, hue riled
same in m> offlc.-, ..ml ha made ap-
pll. at Ion fo .i tax deed t.. he Iaaued
thereon Said Certificate embrace!
Ihe following described propert) in
ihi i'..11111.. nl Hade, Htate "f Florida,
ti.- it.
I...1 .'. BliH-k IT. Siiiilti.il.. City, Sec
Hi Pint Book 9 Page 134, Section 12,
Township '.;: .-..nth. Itange i" Kaat,
in the fit) "t Hlaleah, fount) ..f
I lade, State nf I- lorldn
Thi HHsi-ssmenl nf ,-.ii.l property
unilei Ihe said certlflcuti ..- In the
name of An-hle Johnson
I'nlcss >..i.l certificate shall be re-
dei in. .1 according lo law, t Ii*- prop-
er!) described herein will be sold tu
the highest bidder m ihe Courl House
'i..... "ii tin- iii-t Monda\ in ihe
month "f oil iber, 1962, '.i.i i- the
lal da) nf < Ictober, 1962
Dated this 22nd day "f August. 1962
V R I.EATtlKRMAN. lieii; of
' "In nit Curt. Dade County, l-'l.....la
' -' .11 H> l( M I.KKI'I !|
Deput) Clerk
- .'I- '.I. : 7-1 I
NOTICE OF APPLICATION
FOR TAX DEED
Chapter 20722 Acts of 1941
File A A.20854
Notice is hkrehy hivkn thai
Hi ii Itoskln, hold, r "f fount) T i *
numbel eil ::. '! i
- and :"'''! issueil ihe !-t da) -f
inn. \ 11 I960 has : lied mi me ii
m) ..tu.-, and nan madi appli. at ion
leed I- hi Issued i hci. "ii
lea i lulu in Hi.- follou -
nil I. rib. .1 pi npi ij In the "o inty
.. 11,|. stati
Brll n \i.l i" mi-..
i it Un ;. 19 r.c_, i in th.- i 'omit)
: I'., Stat. of Fin Ida .,.- m
.1 Ceii 11 \ SS6
ili-r I d wan in
Hi, n.i me ..f N i'un
I' : B) The Sea
I iH.k Pag. "; n Hi.
i mil. state "f I' lorida.
ill In C. rtlfii- Hi N
Thi ..-- --in. in
di-r thi nill led was in
'll" 'i i Ijiwv.-i
i: i i i i...i .v \\
l-i ol S Kl of l...i 7 Klk h
I'.lk I. I'll 13-37,
Villa* i il I...... I' ,. .
nt\ ..(I iad. State of Fin
. mbi need In fcrtlfli S
., .-.--111. n : ..
.1 i h. -..1.1 ed uns In
if Ha n II
IV IS fi li Liol : .v All I."i 17 Plag-
li r Park Plal Book I ....,
tii.- 'mini) of l lad. State ol
Ida, as mbra. -I in i iti No
Thi ass* -Mil. nt ..t said property un-
.1. r ihe .i nl I'erilfii issued wa In
tht- ii.iin.- nl William H Smith.
I'nless >-.ii.l uertlflcatea shall be re-
deemed according i" law, tin prop-
- "\ described herein ^ill bi sold to
ii... highest bidder al Ihe C.....'I Hous.
.l.i.ii "ii the first Monda) in ihe
month of October, 1963, which Is thi
]*t day ..f k'tober, 1963.
I mi,,I this .'-n.l da) "f August, 1962
I-: B NEATHERMAN, flerk "I
i ii. nt iiirt, l '.I i. > '"ini I ""i i i.i
.- ..Ii B) : I! M I.KKI'Klt.
11, put) "lerk
24-31, 7-11
NOTICE OF APPLICATION
FOR TAX DEED
Chapter 20722 Acts of 1941
File AA.20798
N'iTICK IS HEREBY tllVBN Hint
Bel I :..-km hold. ol I ll j i
In. n Snl. fertll ..', No N
Hi.- 'It I tune, A 11, I960 li.i-
flh 'I --'in. in ni) offli .-. ..mi ha
application for a lax .1.....1 i,, be vllM.IAM.....-TER.
I thi f .ni Said i mi, ni. .in- ''' ;' ndanl
th- following described prop- .. SUIT FOR DIVORCE
ert> in the-Count} of [lade State ol TO: WIUJAM COI'LTKK
Florida, lo-wll isl Woodland Iniv. '
l."i 7 111.- k J Ralli.....I Shops Int. i P "" H,i1'
Scl.....I Tract Plal ......k : Pagi 192 .. ''RtHburgh. Pennsylvania
in Hi, fit) of-Miami fount) of ,""' WII-blAM n'l.TKit. are
Bade, State of Florida hereb notified thai ., Hill "f Com-
Tin- asaesament ..f said property j plsilnl : Uivorci has bean filed
under thi -.ii.l certificate was in thi B*B'n81 >"". and you are required
na.......i Elisabeth s. Holllngswortti '" "ervi h cop) ol youi Answer or
I'nless said certificate shall In re- ''leading r,. the Hill .. Complalnl on
deemed according t.. law, Hi......p. "'' Plaintiffs attorney, K.W.MAN' .\c
--ii> described herein ill lie sold t" I"'"'1' '" Vlnsle) Bklg., Miami ;!2,
the highest bidder a I the fourt Housi l''l"!'i''a- and file the original Answer
dooi .ni the first Monda \ In th.
month "i k'tober, 1962, which i- ih-
1st da) ..I k'tober.
i li. ading in the "liV of the Cl( rk
I tin .'ii.nii .'..ini on i.i before ihe
loth day ,,r September, 1962, If you
mi,'l ihi- '.'.'ni da) of Ain-'i-- 1962 ''"' '" ''" BO' Judgment by default
B. B LEATHFJRMAN. Cleik'of "'" '"' taken against you I't the re-
flri ii .'.....i, i',.!,. i ..un i|.,, ,),, lief demanded in tht Bill "f Com-
(seal) B) R M NEEPER, plaint.
Deput) Clerk This notice shall In published onca
H 24-31 T-li each week for four consecutive weekfl
__________________________________ in THE JEWISH I'M'Itll HAN
IN.T.HitJr?^JvJUDGEScouRT k''^':m),^i',,;':;.1;,:!:iki:,^,-,n,i:;ii(;:
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. 1962
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE K l: IJCATHERMAN. Clerk,
No. 56560A
IN RE Estate ..f
FAY ii:i:i:\t.vx,
.i
fin un c.,urt. I hide County, Florida
iseal) By: HELEN KESSI.EIt.
''i^":;^^,:!?1''1' "rk
To All Creditors and All Persons Hav- Miami 33.'Florida
ins Malms nr Demands Against Said Attorneys fot Plaintiff
"V"'' i r. ii.-1 t-") -rit
>"u an hereb) notified and n
mil. 'l t.. i". -. in .in. claims afld il.
ni.iinl- which \'.u...... havi against
the
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
publi. aid i. I..... th(
hi liai rl
I .< 'l is I KEEMAN
M VC MERME1.L
Allifl i
m.W Third AA'i
Miami 3i. Floi Ida
- 24-
-mi" will of I 'i.....'ouni) K "i Ida
MM: N am:, ixc in Florida |
Sole "Ai"
l-l DAVID MEB.M \ N
.... \. .. ,
I
. I
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
No. 568^3
IN RE I:-;.,!. ..f
H \i:n ette k i;i x v su
I I. ,:,- .1
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
T" \M fre.lli. I A I.iv
iii^ i 'laiihs ..... mils Ku i.-' Said ........' '
Estati
NOTICE UNDER
FICTIT'OUS NAME LAW
Ni 'ii i: IS HEREI i IlIVEN li..it
null ,i
flCtlt 'inm. ..f
SI Brill! \\ SMi IKE SHi >P al 94X7
' an i Bi ai h t
..< nald n
i 'li i k of ii:. "in ull Court
' i l'.....inn
SINITA INC
You an heiel liflei in..... v' i Nlnitn, Inc.
1"' ed to Blvd.
hav. againsi Ml'"" '
e estate of I K K tll'XN _______ __________ -' .-14
- dec...-. .1 ......f |i .,-
inrlda, t" the I of NOTICE UNDER
Dull FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
'":- the fount XOTICE IS HKREHY HIVKN that
Klorida. ulih- I lb. ib-rslunci In "ii_; ige n
. It lout nami "f
the '!-'! ati ii hi i of, or Ihe
-.i in.- wnl lie i.. i .i
u w INS D IN lil'NS, sii..
as Exi-i i of the Estat. ol
Barnetti K i iunn
MARVIN I WIENER, Atloi ne)
913 Alnsley Building
M i.i in i. Florida
8 24-31. 9 7-11
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
.....Iltoi .in,i All p. n
.1 .
I'.iiinn.i. Kgainsl Said
hen li) ii'Uii i".I and re-
-ii' .ii. I., un- and 'I'-
ni.i. have against
li: INC IS A T \l'i 1ADA
ol I lade '"imi i Kloi
ihi fount) Judges "i Dade
'mi nl, the .-.mi" in their
Ihi Count) Courthouse In
. H it Inn six ll
I- it..in ill. date of Ihe
i I......i ,'i t he -.mi"
i-:\ .'' ii Hi'.i:
Ailminlstrator
KENT JAMERl IN
B
' Mil s:,...|
I 11, 8/7-14-21
NOTICE OF APPLICATION
FOR TAX DEED
Chapter 20722 Acts of 1941
File AA-20812
NOTICE IS IIKUKKV CIV EN Hint
Ben Boakin, holder .if fount) Tax
Sale c.iiiii.nt.- numbered I.122 and
::. issued tin 2nd da) nl June, A I'
I9."x, hi- filed -.ini.- in ni> office, and
has ni ni, application foi i tax dei .1
ti. he Issued thereon Said certificates
embraci Ihe following described prop-
erty, In thi fount) of Dade, Stall ol
la lo-wll
i.ol I BliH-k I0X Hlaleah I7ili Addn.,
li.it Book '-':'. Page 9, in the fount)'
,.f l lade State of I i"i Ida, .is em-
. ...I in Certificate No l"..'-'.
The assessment "i said propert) un
,l, i ni, -i ... rtlfii ate issued was In
the name .'( Jos E N) i
K n I- I of W 150 I't "I S 108 I''
nf E i "I XW', ol NW'i. of SE .
i.. st Section 26, Tow nshlp I
South, Range 16 East, i ontalnlnc
09 \cres n on "t less In t hi 7un
. .i 11 i.i. si.......i Ii"- Ida, ;i- .-tu
brai "l In Certificate No 3909
Thi assessment ol -.ii.l property iin-
i< i ihe said cei HI cab Isi ui i was In
ni..... Willis A. Mel lah. .\
W I.....Ise M
I"nl..-- said ertlflcates shall be re-
dei in. 'I i. cording lo law. the prop-
er!) il. scribed hi i n n ill be nold I
he In- hi st I i.i. at Ihi Court i l"ii -
door ui Hi, Hi sl Mond 11 In Ihi
month nf Octibei i-hich Is the
f Octobi
tins 22nd cms "t Vucuil
E. 1 IKItMAN. Clerk ol
' 'Ircull Court I "adi < 'ount ). Fl< Ida
-,.,.i B) V. \l I.EEPER,
iv Clerk
M-Sl.t 7-14
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY
No. 62C-7584
! KI'ITII CAN'T' R,
Plaintiff,
\ B.
i ;t:i!TI:i I'E I'Al.MER in,I HAROLD
1' sNTclR, as Indlsiduals and as
Executors and Trustees "f Ihe Estati
,.f William E Cantor, deceased, and
MARC! A RET I.EVINCJTl IN,
11. i. ii.I.hii-
NOTICE OF SUIT
li i iERTRI'DE PADMER
il'" I-: i-i .:nli .-n ..-I
\, w York 'it^. N"W York
II XKnl.l' I'AXTI III
16 Basl 63rd Stl
SaI.*un..li. Geoi
M WICARE |' l,i:\ IN.; r. >x
South Shore 1.1 u
M .,m i Beach, Ploi Ida
Vi ir ARE II KRKHY Nl rTIFI li that
.i -un has I..., n brought against you
b) EDITH CANTOR, Plaintiff, i"
..mi, i Title i" thai certain property
more pnrtlcularl) described as:
Commencing al Ihe Intersection "f
Ihe South side "( l'.i-i Mowr> Street
.nut ih" Easl side ol South Krome
\.. mi.. Homestead, I lade 'ount).
Florida, .is tli" i.....il of beginning,
thence South along tli" said East
IItu .r South Krome Avenue .i .lis-
t.ui.-,. ,.f 100 fi. them ni rlghl
angle Ens! .. distance "l 67.62 feet;
tin ni-,- North) asterl) .i long the
Wesl Rlght-of-wa) lii.....f Hi" in.'iii
trad of ihe Floi Ida Basl 'oasi
Railway .i distance "f I2S 62 fi t"
., point "ii tin- South side : Easl
Mosvr) Street; thence Wesl along
n.l South si.!,- "f East M..wi.
Street .i dtstan. "I I48..'.n
Un- i'.uiii "i beginning of Ih......I
hi reinnbos'e desci Ibed.
Above Islng and being In NM'i, ol
NW I I of SW I I of S. tlon IS
mth, '' Was!. situ
i '||. of I I'm -'' id, '.'11111. ol I 'ade,
State "i r I.....la
un.I tin othel In l. .. tin '"I it" r< -
ui......I t" 'He s our Answer ti
Complalnl ..uli the flerk of Ihe
Ktylii] Court, n nd to .-> r\ ..
i .-i'\ t it.....r on plnli ''
ItT I. ss EINTRAl'B and \.
JAY fRISTi tl, ''' ui
I lulldlns Mil ni 12, I i"1 hla. i
than t h" -i-t ,lm .- iti mbi
mil .i which -'ii 'ompl ilnl
Will I"
DATED at Miami, I >ade '.'iintv.
li,.un., this "-i da) of August 191 :'
!: i: I.KATIIKK.M AN (" I
ill. Clrrull i "ourl
B) E H UANWAT,
v Deputy Clerk
I 14-31,9 7-14
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
No. 58642-A
IN RE: Estate ..f
I'Atl.lXi: STEER.
I....,,-. ,i
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
Ti. All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
ing Claims r Demands Againsi Said
Estate:
You ni In i. b) notified and re-
quired i" present an) claims and de-
mands which you ma) i.iw against
thi -tut. ..I PAl'I.INF: STEER .1"-
ceased lati nf Dadi County, i-
to tli.- Count) Judges "i l lade Coun-
ty, ni,I fi!" Hi, same in ili.ii offices
in ih.- Count* Courthousi in Dade
founty, Florida, within six calendar
months fr--in Hi. date ..f ihe tii-i
publication hereof, "r tli.- same will
he barred
SIM< IN STEER, Exe. utor
SIDNEY El RONSON Vttorn. >
211 St < ni ii \ Trust I tiiilding
Miami 12, F'loi ids
> 24-31, 9 7-14
ERATERN1DAD EDITORJAU I.A PO-
i.ii.i.a ..i 200 s \\ 17th fourl iii Ihe
t) .I Miami, Florida Intends t>>
register 'In said name with the Clerk
"f the Circuit Courl of Dade County,
l lorida
i int. .1 ni Mia in. k:. Ida, this 15th
da) of August, I96S
THE BOOKWORMS EDITORIAL
I KATKItNITY. INC.
B) HECTOR t'K l.aha. Secretary
LESTER ROGERS
Attorne) foi Applicant
21 N.W. 1 Uli Str. .1
Miami, Florida
v 24-31, 7-14
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IH HEREHV GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring t.- anntge in
i. i.-ui. -. under the fictitious name ,.f
MAt'RY'S M I X I A T 1" 11 E COI'RS'E at 1629 Collins Avenue, Mi-
ami Beach Intends t" r,'Ki-i"t' s.ii.l
ii..in,, with 'ii" flerk of thi Circuit
i'..nit ,.: Dadi County, l-iri'l*.
li.i IRENCE SI" It" 1001
Kastenbaum, Nfamber, tlopman
,v Epstein
Attorn. \ f.'i Vpplli ..ni
i ui.- I .in. ..In !:. n.l Rldg
Mia nu Beat h 1 .i
- 24-31, 9 7-14
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY HIVKN that
nil Ins t" engag.
business undei the fictitious nami .f
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE '' A I. IC'CBANOS AMANTES DH
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY
No 62C 9054
THE U II.1.1 \MMBI RllH
SAVIN' ;.-' II VNK,
Plaintiff,
. -
K Mil. .- I' \\ I i:v BRi >\VN and
Sl IN V A K BRi '\v N, his If. .
and Hl'BBARI > i.aws and MRS
lll'BKARD LAWS, In- wife
I fendants.
NOTICE OF SUIT
TO KARL, STANLEY BROWN and
SONY A K BROWN, Ins wife
::'"' Wesl l.inda Vlata Bis n
Roswi II, Ni Mexlcu
You are hei eb) ti"' If ii .1 thai I"
.ii...\. rapt loned action h
-i ii ni...I again you in Ihe f Ircull
In- ELEVENTH
in I -.' i ii nd t
l. v I.IRERT VD) ..i P.O Box 3301 In
the "ll M anil : intend*
to r. l ;-'- -......ii- ii.' ni" w ii h the
i 'lerk ol fhi i r i ull ("ourl of I "ade
. 'ount y, Flo
i ni Miami Florida, this I5lh
da > "i A .iu u-i. "
Hi'.i i'. n: ni-: i.ai: \
LESTER ROtlERS
Attorne) for Applicant
921 N.W 1 till Sl
Mi..nu. I lorida
t 24 Sl 7-14
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 5t611-A
X RE Estate of
BALI IMERI I M'KI "/.
......
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
|>ADE I'o All Creditors and VII l'eru>is Hav-
i i 'laims "i I "en atidi Againsi s. i l
eil real pi "1" 11 I -
l..'i 2, Block 3, I'ORAI, WAY ^ b) notified an.I rec|lllr-
li.\/\ ccordlng to the pint 1...... ed t" |>r. aims and de-
.... i piai Book S.i. .it in..ml- which )ou ma hi igalnst
I'age 67 of I In I'ublli I:.....rds ol Ihe estate of RAL1 HIM ERO UACRI'E,
I ,.i,i. Count Ida .-.'I late of Dadi Co ml r'loi
You in. i.uiii.i lo fil" your an- Ida lo 'I" Count) Judges "i Dade
.wit '" plaintifl s ii Is thi ''..uin*. and fib Ihi same In dupli-
Clerk "I ih. mil can mil as nrovided In Section 733.1S,
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UNDIK TH[ STRICT AND
CONSTANT LOCAL SABBiNICAL $OPV/$/ON Of UiM 1*0** -'*"
1200 FREE
MERCHANTS
GREEN STAMPS
FREE! FREE! I
FREEZER SALE!
There's one sure guide to more enjoyable eating: choose your
meats and poultry at your nearest Food Fair Kosher Meat Store.
You'll get SELECT QUALITY at ECONOMY PRICES, while the cut
and trim assure you of better cooking and tastier meals. For
maximum SAVINGS, stock your freezer during this sale!
We will CUT and WRAP your freezer purchases at no extra charge. Flease place your cider
EARLY for the wholesale CUTS you desire.
Every Pound of Meat Sold with a Money-Back Guarantee!
r BEEF C7c
I Forequarters 3/5;
165 to 175 IB. AVERAGE
p.wS 5:: MERCHANTS C--EES STAMPS
BEEF
CHUCK
90 to 100 LB. AVERAGE
-..-. ::: :e:-i\'5 g?een =*- :
57i
WHOLE RSB
OF BEEF
6
c
lb.
BREAST
OF BEEF
89
C
lb.
30 to 35 POUND AVERAGE
=\-S 100 MERCHANTS GREEN STAMPS
WHOLE .... 10 to 12 LB. AVERAGE
Pius ":: -:::-ants green STAMPS
RACK OF
LAMB
5 to 6 LB.
AVERAGE
791
CHUCK
LAMB
OF
15 *o 20 LB.
AVERAGE
531
HI'S "5 S'ERCHAN'S GREEN STAMPS
-
.5 SI :r:--S*5 GREEN S7A* r =
- GENUINE GRADE "A" WHOLE LIVER
1.19
lb.
Steer Liver AQ c Calf Liver
10 LB. AVERAGE lb. r- ie *vnoAe
10 LB. AVERAGE
r.i SC MERCHANTS GCN STAMPS
!': LB. A'. ERAGE
PIUS 25 l -SCHANTS GREEN S'f'i
PtICES IN THIS AD EFFEtTIVE THROUGH SEPTS VEER 7
NOW SIX KOSHER MEAT STORES TO SERVE YOU EVEN BETTER
2091 CORAL WAY I C*All I "3rd ST. SHOPPING CENTER
MIAMI AT S W 87tH AVE-
mmtm | w^n,,^ s^p.s ,*m NO miami BEACH
2662 HOLLYWOOD BOULEVARD
IN HOLLYWOOD
19th ST. at ALTON ROAD
MIAMI BEACH
10* STREET and WASHINGTON AVENUE
AT MIAMI BEACH
MERCHANTS GREEN STAMPS YOUR EXTRA BONUS AT FOOD FAIR