The Jewish Floridian

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

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

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

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University of Florida
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AA00010090:01900

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_ for S650 from the Keren Ami Council
'pie Israel is presented by Kent Novell
wx S. Rosichan. executive director,
_ Miami Jewish Federation, for the Corn-
Jewish Appeal. Shown at the presenta-
r.dinq (left to righti are Jay Casselhoff,
Rosichan, Novell, and Cantor Jacob Bornstein
who coordinated the Keren Ami program for
the religious school students. Seated (left to
right are Jeffrey Werner, confirmation class
representative, Douglas Mann, Kuk Kaplan
and Robert Peppercorn.
Beach Lodge B'nai B'
Mark Independence
In line with Us Celebration <>f
tin- 20th annJversarj since it was
founded, Miami Bi a< h Lodgi
B'nai B'rith will sponsor < patri
lotii rail) on Saturdaj evening.
.1111> .:. at Miami Beach Auditor!
m beginning .it ? 30 p n
This mark- the eightti year thai
an area-wide rally will tarft* place
under B'nai B'rith auspice* The
public is invited without charge
Th Miami Beach B'nai B'rith
Lodge event is co-sponsored as a
community service by Chase
Federal Savings and Loan As-
sociation, and some 3,000 scats
are available.
e Israel Keren Ami Fund Distributes $2,000
list n but ed
national and Inti
,ne> bj the Keren Ami
I; ius >> hool "f
ad .! On at< Miami
represents the weeklj
f^Hd'in> trotn
ia St c*Mi-ri in attendance '
TtUBp' i i i:>- us S hool
rtna/wP i>.i>i \-.ir
...neil .Iru :-li \ ;h ,i
1 on Big Board
Enterprise* ink week
on the New York
It was assigned tickei
lo\l \: .i listing cert.
fee Exchange Floor in
Wometco Preaidom and
liuhcll WoJfaon marked
of trading in the com
>- \ Common Stock by
the First 100 shares in
i of th<- i iu\ersitj "f \li
i largest beneficiary with some
one third <>f the total collet te I
i r to i i \ v hich supports
msnj Jewish institutions m Great
er Miami, national!) ant over
The United Fund. National
Children's Cardiac Hospital, Va-
riety Children's Hospital, Heart,
Cancer, and Cerebral Palsy,
were among the local agencies
which were allocated funds, as
well as the Temple Israel pro-
gram for Culturally Deprived
Children.
\ contribution was -il.....tade to
the Seymour Samel Human hvi.i
tioiis Library, which will he estab
ished by the Si h''l Board in IMMI
dt the lormer director oi the
smericen Jewish Committee here
On a national lev el. the Reform
Jewtaa Appeal. Jewish ( iu aoqua
Societ) Hope ship Ore and the
American Jewish Arehhre* recehr-
ed hmda f r <> m the Keren Ami
< mined
The I eo Baeck school in Israel
A concert by the Miami Brass
Band will >lart at 7 30, and the
official program will begin at n
jp.m The invocation will
by Rabbi Eugene Labovitz, of
Ti mple Ner Tamid Rabbi I
\it/ .- replacing R a b t> i Irving
1 iirman. who has been called out
ereamoi th.....e. ": th ci,
, It.,l There will l>e vocal selections <
rith Rally Will
Day This Weekend
Henrj Balaban, Re\ l *rai i T
..m and Joseph I. Go dinar.
inr Idi nt >>t B'nai B'rith Lod g e,
i Beach, will address I
i 'i hi tx......liction will be
by Rev Wile j Scott, of Miami
Beach Com munitj Church
JWV Auxiliary Meeting
West Miami Ladles' Auxiliary,
Jewish War Veterans, was t" h a regular meeting at the home of
Mrs Florence Seibler MM SW
x"i M on Thursday at 8 p m Pro-
gram was in consist nt a di mon-
stration on physical Btnesa t"r all
. es t>\ Peggy fackson, of the Apd
I.. Venus Health studio President
:- \ir- Joseph Achtman Program
chairman i- Mr- Knth Shapiro
.
.1..
and
.lewish Na-
"S .nitii Mi)
t.onal Fund
\ erseas a gencii
The students nt the Religious
School, through their elected rep
resentatives in the Keren Aim
i ouncil, -elect the recipient i
cies alter much stud) and debate
about the merit ol all requt -t-
Councilman Joseph M lek the
Mailmen. Donna Miller of
I., n College, the Youth Choir of
Mt Zion Baptist Church, and Mrs
Marie Balaban
Councilman l' a u l Seiderman,
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Friday. July 2. 1965 V
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Volume 38 Number 27
Friday. July 2. 1965
2 Tamut 5725
US. Trains Soviet
Equipped Armies
Tie United States will be trainina
the Syrian and Iraqi Armies, now
that President Johnson has given the
reians of our country's interest .:
Middle East into the hands : '.'
House Adv.^?: N'.-Georqe Bundy
The decision to train the Arab
forces ^ U.S. military
schccls has suc-
cession to the State Departrv. I
c:s:c- to ofh Egypt a mass
Food for Peace program,
the release ol S37 000.000 in
foe*
Mr. Johi
busv -.. IN
sencusly to
.encee c
derbox Middle East and out
ere.

not iel *,' :m. the Pre.
scare up some other excuse 7
has ceen his line ol
of responsil ty since the d
from the White House or .'. I
Myer Feldman
Not that Feldman could always exercise
the best kind of influence on the Chief Execu-
tive during his tenure. Mr. Feldman. who came
to his post with the late President Kennedy,
found it increasingly difficult to predispose both
Mr. Kennedy and Mr. Johnson to the realities
of Middle East political experience. It was JFK
who more and more looked uoon Gamal Abdel
Nasser as an important friend of our nation in
that aiea of the world.
And whatever President Johnson may since
have said. Mr. Bundy's new responsibility
speaks for itself. There is more involved here
than Sen. Ernest Gruening's charge that the
State Department "is again up to its old game
of appeasing dictator Nasse:
The real issue is that American citizens
must now be prepared to pay the cost of train-
ing tne Arabs, whose forces :::? Soviet Union-
equipped. Just how mixed up ;an Capitol Hill
qet?
'0U
Jtt
Understanding Bonn's Move
After all the d;:: >etween the Federal
Repuolic of West Gem the State of
Israel over diplomatic : .n-
tolligenci Id have Uctated I ita choice
for c new Ambassador to .ust be im-
peccable both in 1 and past affil-
iations.
Neverl
Ge:: the
appc
Dr. Pauls is a career d. ., was
aiso a '.'.
reqime.
It is r: l that 1*1
she. Kirply to Bom ice
But it is .st Ger-
many si similarly be As we
see it, I* : is increaein irowinq there
that the past ;:.d that fur-
ther atonement would moral | onse to
old guilts rued by inn public rela-
tions press..
Bonn's decision concerning Dr. Pauls, if
he is in fact the choic- suggests a
challenge to the pressure. That he is a for-
mer Wehrmacht officer no longer, in the gov-
ernment's eyes, militates 'he proper
assessment of his diploma1 es. Fur-
ther, it can very well serve as a peaze offering
to the incensed Arabs, v. .nq over
Bonn's recognition of Israel.
All of which ha to do
with Israel s aroused -.- der-
standing \ ?red B- east
makes it i U9,
Vandalism in Germany
The new outbreak of vandalism aaainst
Jewish cemeteries in West Germanv is a shock-
ing thing. This is the first such series of inci-
dents since the final days of the Adenauer ad-
ministration, when Germans hung their heads
in shame to the sudden eruption of anti-Semitic
destruction.
The Jewish population in West Germany is
somewhere between 25.000 and 30,000 today.
A once proud, affluent and influential Jewish
community, destroyed in the wake of the Nazi
era, is no more.
What the vandals can hope to achieve is
thus merely symbolic. It is a sad comment
upon the extremists that they must resort to
anti-Semitism once more in order to achieve
the notoriety they require.
While responsible Geimans in both gov-
ernment and law enforcement are particul
saddened by this turn of events, it
iqht a lesson for all Jews I
they son.--- mes tend to foraet in tov-
re the barriers of prejudice and hat
-i be descending: that Jews e a
part : eedom and .
and tha must expect to be I
jects of sen ttack whenever biqots raise
their uq.-
Where the Shoe Pinches
ntereering that
Ken
die I ..: nuclea
and Israelis over the Gai i St:
That is a in eed, espec.
when q the outraged:
der made by the Eisenhower A
conjunction with the late Dag Hammarskjoid.
secretary general of the United Nations, back
in March, 1957, when all kinds of promises
concerning Gaza were made to Israel pre
ing she withdrew her forces from the Sinai
Peninsula.
Not only were the promises foraotten al-
most :n the very breath with which they had
been made but Egypt almost immediately
burst back into Gaza a move in violation of
both U.S. and UN agreements.
When Sen. Kennedy says that this nuclear
co; .haller.ges the peace and
Middle East he might better look to I
idei den return to te De
partmei races as u reatK
during
the week
.. as i see
by LEO MINDLIN
it
T THE suggestion of Miltftj
^ Kllcnn. I dialed the ;,
F r pod om Ring" |
number in Miami A rev
message urged me to join a
i"hristian Witness A
Communism Rally,
last Friday at Dinner Ki > \.
ditormm. The rally was to pp>.
t. -t the presence here ol
^^^^ rescntati\es from Iron Ctl
"^ countries at 'he Baptist
Alliance meeting This i- a 'Communist attempt at infirtr.ii r
and subversion of a reputable religious organization' --
clared the recording. The Christian Witness rally would begin wit;
appearance of the Rev Carl Mclntire. heed f the 20th Century |
ormation. For more information about th<- rally, running thr
June 29. I could write to Dr. William Douglas, of Sarasota. Fla
Kev Mclntire is the defrocked PieehylUflM minister, and an iy|
sociate of the Rev Billy James Harms, of the Christian Crusad.
Tulsa. Okla who played a key role in anti-Catholu- activity prior aj
the I960 Presidential election What about "Let Freedom Rinc
lenn explained it thi> way A I o> Angeles ni'*pj|HTman calle
'automat ber and get a "patriotic' trtfeaWge The idea wil 1 here by
Douflea
Kllerm should know about such extreme n 'ht-wing activities
is director of the Trendi Analysu Di Imertaeji Jevi
Committee ind .^ here to kJ ommittes Ckaj
tel .in wed .!- .i unit oi the na onal..... 'hwood
ind maintain tiles on all meats p.i
threat to Jews 'up* We I
| nut Hi
Ii-\.in m :.'!hin of : in the -

. .... .
lent
DfNr/NC IHl VITKAS A PUBLIC fOKUM
A CTUALLV, '
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I to 1946. he
agent >l the Fedei
n-\ \. .ears in tdenl
W il re trj he explained in to Umulati
! mm the i interact the <
rativi ind extremis propaganda wtt
in their lit.-r. .
cult El term ne the good ; hack jiv
s i .. ex r.-mist.N aaho have not r reellj
. national eonsensua nevertheless seem u
ing p aUUcal attit;. .
interaction as th<- UCommitte ssei h-\ild
through the ttioi -i noo partisan, mm pauUcei eon tei
organltatiooj -t up to deny the ultras .. public forum
: -i- .;.
fAILUtl Of A THItD fAtTY MOVimiHT
I returned to Lei Freedom Ring BUeria mid it pp
h> the John Mir *i Soriet) Dr Douglas, h> ipoejeoge tbr tap
cordings, urge* individual Birchitei to nibscribe to lbs sei
which then leases .< *\* rrom local telephone rnmpee.li
tea the nun ::. i diffei I eaaage deil)
\ pan tionaJ moveoienl !>" i!',.- I-mi- ni tin
are interesting dei
: \ru Orleans one oi th.
1/.&, oalled Con
\u-i >re some
, Partj
..... *hile gener il d expr<
by some of I
... ...
I he Atlanta i t Negroes
.: M quel
\
ney national i
Harrj l
people
I he had I th)
v. I
"Id further fi
was
tar> t-Tnot
wh.
ph., der.
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TMf AMIHA Of GOOD BUT SltfNf HOHt
QNLY FLORIDA AND
nd racial ,.

e to rally roui ;>, MS). ,-
.ii
Ij proved In nidi redto
' : a-hicfc on June SO ->\.-r 1'
vid \ Soebel authn
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Summer t nlvi I
ir. h.s i4i!.t that Beetle musii
- RatMnUStOO to I nnimmiM uifiltr.
>u'" ;'i.,i laraeJ M mm
' Beatles have been refused | .n to perfom.
M Is it Ureel doe, not ,
' N "'"' ubtly included, the Beetlea nee ger
' railed to check with
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Page 5-A
rge Jewry's Eye on Aid to Education
i th
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Continued from Page 1-A
cation equally available to
children."
thf same time the conference
muled AmiTic.in Jewry th;it lls
I r e community relations pro
in tor the coming year must be
bUmed within the framework
It struggle tor racial aquaMt)
Iberations at the conference re
ImI the sUnft in emphasis from
struggle tor civil rights to 'he
i<>
r. ilclwil Johnaon, m a message
jhc conference, said tmerica
jday neetinsj .i challenge much
Idnr than th..i of the civil rights
lan CHiseoa are striving to
Matte th.' coraa "t poverty to
rove educational posslbUitiei
routh ami to reduce unemplny
ft. We are meeting the chat-
of human right' and we arc
lint: progreaaivel) ti create a
hfe He nreaaml the NCRAC
jit- role in this activity and ap-
lli*l to all Of yon to sustain and
pen your commitment aa we
rk together m thi* great t..~k
a roconmendatton dealing
the problem of prayer and
^le reading in the public schools
guide line, urged a BUrvey BO
Iblish the extent to which the
kreme Court ruling outlawing
Iyer in the public BOhOOla was be-
Tacuara Charges
sponist Attacks
Continued from Page 1-A
her press conference that the
ement was "mortally" anti-Zi-
A and would right Hotliam with
is if new-sary National Secre
Patncio Pueyrrcdon also said
movement had 200 followers in
the P.tienos \n'- .Tea and that It
W0 training youths in para mill
tr>
f\ |i( insisted the movement was
mi i-oncrmed with .lews, except
5lmrn they an- Zionist!" an naxed *he movement'i "aoH
with the Arab world
ing obaerved and to establish the
nature of non-compliance and eva
ion in order to eliminate uncon-
stitutional practices
After protracted discussion of
the condition of Soviet Jewry the
conference adopted a resolution
calling on "men of good faith in
all lend* to join with us in a con-
certed demand upon the Soviet
Government to put an end to its
religious and cultural persecu-
tion of Soviet Jewry." The resolu-
tion urged the United States Gov-
ernment to "pursue this matter
vigorously through various dip-
lomatic channels and within the
United Nations."
The resolution also exprecd
Confidence that men of good will
everywhere will join with IM in
calling on the Soviet authorities to
end the r< -trillions and depnva
lions mat denj to Soviet Jewry the
rigtlta that are granted to other na
lonahties and other major relig
ji us bodies in the I'SSR."
I ha resolution cited recent devel-
i pments m the Soviet Union which
it said suggested an amelioration
of the situation of Soviet Jewry. It
concluded, however, that "these
changes h a v e not affected any
fundamental change, in the tragic
situation of Sovie Jewry nor do
they in and of themselves justify
the hope that the new Soviet lead
ersbip are removing the barriers
of discrimination that Sppt) to
.lews "
The conference also adopted a
resolution calling on Congress to
ct mplete the unfinished business
it began in Utt" and ratify the
United Nation. Genocide Conven-
ion it urged President Johnson
and the I'S State Department to
express more affirmative leader
hip" in pressing the Senate For
eign Relations Committee to sched
ule earl} hearings on the Human
Rights treaties on forced labor,
slavery and the political rights of
women and to report the Genocide
convention out of committee with
out del*)
The conference also urged the
89th Congress to "play the his
tone role of eliminating the shame
fill national origins quota system"
by passage Of the administration
sponsored Hart-Celler Immigration
bill
In a resolution on the Middle
East adopted with little discos
sion and virtual unanimity the
conference declared that Egyp-
tian President Nasser's cam-
paign for hegemony in the Arab
world and his hostility to Israe!
as well as Arab water diversion
activities threatened the peace
of the world.
After describing these Arab <
trvities, the resolution
:h..t "under these circumstance*
il is dear that Israel must be pro
\ ided the nece* ry m 1111 a r j
strength to effectively detesj aggres
sion l>> the Arab state- it there-
1 re called on the United States
Government to extend direct arm-
aid to Israel Instead of through
i Iher countries "to assure Israel of
the capacitj to maintain a c nvim
and effective deterrent to Aral
ress on and thus to reinfi
America's commitment to Israel's
securit)
The res itution condemned "the
criminal waste Of the area- most
precious resou ce water to
which the Arab states have com
nutted themselves and it called on
:.i American Government to "con.
riemn destructive acts of wal .- dl-
version aiMl to make it clear the
Arab countries that men acts in-
stitute aggression which the ion-
pursue with impunity
] t resolution aNo en >rs< d
. mendment ol the Expi rt I introl
Act of itMii to strengthen resisl mce
to the Arab l> rycoU and urge the
Administration lo issue regulations
to curb and ehmmate boycott pro-
i edines It coin Iml. that bringing the Arab itat
'l.i pi ace table 'th Israel the
i quit "< a] i" 'I" > | oal of our I lov-
cm men:."
Tin conference conciudjed i'h a
recommendation to the Jew i^h
nunity to continue effort* to
find means** r r< nr1 test-. the
constitutionality of the controver-
sial church-state provisions of the
law It ad\ ised the Jewish agi
to s < < k inclusion of representa-
tives sensitive to these viewpoints
and broadly representative >: the
Jewish communit) in such ad ->ry
committees as rnaj in set to
.implement the school aid pro? mi.
it also recommended opposition to
li gislation to p ro> i transportaition for pupils atte ling
non public schools Aaron
man. of Washington, was ree ted
\< R \C chairman.


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Friday. Jul
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Greater Miami Districts of the Zionist Oracn-
izction of America were hosts recently to Har-
old W. Carmely. chairman of the National Ad-
ministrative Committee of the ZOA, and Leon
May, of Nashvule, Tenn., president of the
Southeast Region. Carmely, Zionist leader of
Brooklyn, was presented with an autographed
copy of the beck, Mortimer May, Foot Soldier
in Zion." by the author, Sam Shankman. of
Memphis. Tenn. Left to right are Sidney Ray-
mond, of Miami Beach, a member of the Na
tional Executive Committee of the ZOA, Leon
May, Carmely, Albert E. Ossip of Miami
Beach, chairman of the Greater Miami ZOA
President s Council, and Shankman, present-
ing the book to Carmely. Proceeds of the book,
which is available at the office of the ZOA,
1370 Washington Ave., have been earmarked
for the Mortimer May Dormitory at the Kfar
Silver Agricultural Institute in Asnkelon, Israel.
.I k Uuhi Sunstunr Barvicc N<
I, U| ..i :;.. ;. Iff**"*" ''
Ucoorah Plague '" FPL fr public
bined Jew at \PP al at <> Hi
Mni
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v r ||, I the Ml
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helped tl
4; 40 distressed indl in
(Iodine 23 006 in the Greil
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in. example ol on* .>t Flm ida"s
lions
helping to i uild a better communit}
a or I >! through 41
ages i ies MM> '
Combined Jein Appeal cam

Florida JWV Elects Jack Berman New
Department Commander at Convention
Jack Herman, 4.' \ear-old Uflll)
swml m-uranet e\ieuti\e \\..~
ot the State Florida at the mh
f-nnual eon vent i on .( the Jewish
V.ar Veterans held y. the DiLuio
Hotel.
Bermai aaccoeda Ainslee R Far-
die, Coral Cobles aiUirnev. who
v..^ elected Department Jud^' Ad-
i i ite Beraan. the owner of Jack
Berman Insurance V-' acj, in llol-
lywcrad, is alao a trustee of the
Bi ard i ount) .Mutual Agents
A- nation
He has previously served the
Jewish War Veterans as senior
vice commande. onior vice com-
mander ami lodge advocate ef
the department He is past com-
mander ef the Broward County
Post !3 and member ot the Na-
tional Insurance Committee at
the Jewish War Veterans.
Burraan i* a past president of
ii.- Hollywood Exahaogc Club, ad-
.I Yeabiva AZA and irukUc
o! Minlmi<- K nai B'rilh Lodge
Hi- wile Shirlcv and children.
el, Sandu and Joaaph, aUeadad
th.- tnatnlUtiim
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|Sclu-l. irf Col David Marcus Post
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Elected thret year trustee a ai
Arc'uir Lee, of \"rth Shore Poal
7". other trustees are Herman
Sukoluu. of Miami Beach Poal 330.
.aod Daniel Abramowitz, "l Abe
|Horrwjt/ I'osl 682, <>t North Mi
ana titweh
A taftimonial banquet in honor
oi Dc|>art(iM-nt Commander Ferdie
was *U.''iil.-.l tj\ tuure Irian 'M*>
dtJo^aU- an.l Qieats Maluus: pro
M-ntaiiori- in ihc department con
n;-nder were National Executive
Diffoctor Monroe Sbsgnberg, .?(
Waabwgton i>t". and
Conunander Alfred Schwarti o|
AUuii!.- i,.i
Preser-tationi were alo mad*
by Murray Solomon Pott 243 *nd
Ladi Auxiliary by Commander
Howard Melnick and PresiOant
Lillian Swtta.
The iwrd to the
bis three > ears a<
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117. 1 \ pn
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. utst; hospil
: to \'- Baki
Poal 2b, .t El
bur^ The i"o-: was eato i
an average ol moi ts hours
over the
l.i-t raai \ Uer ol West
Miami Posi 223, roorivad bonor
able :
Mian Beach I I
itstanding i>-t in the State
and
ward ior
Island mbership ... 1
I'h.-hment
Th Community Action and Civ-
ic Affairs Award was presented
to the Abe Horrowiti Post 64?
of North Miami Beach, for com
bined activities over the last
year. Historian s Award went to
the Norman Brtce Brown Post
The convention* endorsed Ralph
Grossman, executive with r:
and past
Unsle< R
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[rora
en L'aS
\tn..n. other -I-
venl
oi the rd oeii
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i WataSBH Ailiniiiistiuiion liiA^Mtal.
League Holds
Rummage Sale
Suburban Le.. e* Won
ected Ware! and Wean
I uesda) -- i art ol their aai
rut;, '.. to hvru'tit \ W
.Children Bnspelal
p re s i .1 > n t Mr- Alan Hi
requested thai members ..n ii ie n d '> na h e "unwai
things" to the home of Mr- Sri
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In August, the La*ague plans to
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Subnrbafl League aasaaen h..\.
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patient.- ,.t V'arietj < hildren Hoi
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JNF Foundation Supper Responds To Covenant Plea
rvLng Lehrman 'riqht' greets Dr Sidney Marks while Rabbi
non SchiH and Zev W. Koqan lcx>k on at the recent Jew-
INotional Fund Foundation Supper in the Fontainebleau
Dr Sidney Marki veteran Zion-
ist leader I th<- .l<
N.. i nal fund l ind tion Iman .
Sup| I Fon-
t.i.n. bleau H' '
-'>n-- ho at-
tend) the ( nt Imami
in', ml W M Pi pie
inated by the pi i sidenl oil the Jew-
Nation i Fun d "i ^mei ii i.
Ma? itories pit
r in the r v< ilia not les
H n r the Jewish N ition
;,l Fund ol percent will
,-\ assigned ort anizal ion,
iti n, oi institul ion for the
purpose "f strengthening Jewish
itmn In the I nlted States
Foundation for the Jewish Na-
tional Fund thus serves as a res-
ervoir for the flow of future
funds for the redemption, re-
forestation and reclamation of
the land of Israel through the
medium of wills, bequests, and
assignments of insurance poli-
cies.
Judgi v
i'. Marks an I
pi essions ol Isi ael on a i i
he took to o irate his ad Mrs
k 35th -.ii >
Z \ \\ K : n -ire--..'.I I
in nt I i 'I II
invocation wa ei by 1
Solomi n Sehi f I execul e vice
inical \-
,4 n of Gi "' Miami Mui I
lere : bj
inied bj |
! Stl
Younj Israel Collegicles
Young Israel I les v ill host
S 9
> f ]
ne Vve
*ay to Victims is Going Up
IN (JTAI The Bunde
lowcr house of th- WM
in Parliament, approved bf
fp majority reeentl> :m
Iment to UlC West German
tion law winch substantial
: is a special hardship
|or payment of daimt to \u-
Kailam who were trapped
n t urtain couniriea in 1953.
vn- the daadlina for the f11-
.inns ;u.unM West tier
foi restitution
members of the Free
rr. c party voted against
r. ire. which increases the
|'i rood from 700.000.000
($175,000,000 to 1.200.000
irl ($900,000,000), Chancel
jaattwia. Krh.inl s ihrisiian
and the oppoatUoo m'
hnocrata voted tor it to give
%ly :najorit>
hW now goes to the Bun-
, where approval was ex-
pected. The Bundesrjt includes
representation from the West
German states, who will be re-
quired to help pay tbe claims, a
possibility which may lead to
some debate on the measure.
Then- had been doubt that the
hill would receive Bundestag ap
proval because of differences of
opinion bitween the Christian
Democrats and the Social Demo
i i.it> particularly over the ate ot
the hardship fund However. Dr.
n (,ii strnmuir. Bundestag
president, intervened m the Bun
ii stag in i.'nimfieatinn committee
M Ueva compremiae
Martin Hirseh chairman ol the
imJeinnilication committee >mii
that .it>oiit 180.INNI pei sons .mulil
benefit from the final amendments
In the indemnTfication law Ksti
mates ol the number ol Jewish vie-
11 in nf Natitm who left Eastern
RurOfM altar the October 1953
Free with
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4f
deadline range from 100.0000 to
150,000.
Finance Minister Rolf Dalgnien
said that the new S300.000.000
"hardship" fund constitutes 'the
dosing chapter nf compensation to
the Jewish people, but not com-
pensation of the heart "
Prof. Frani Boehm, promin-
ent leader of the Christian
Democratic Party who was West
Germany's chief negotiator of
the restitution plan for Jewish
victims of Naiism worked out
in 19S3, described the Bunde-
stag voting of the fund as "a
worthy end to the cimpensation
program launched in 1953."
In Geneva Dr Nahum Gold
mann, ehtairman ol the onference
on Jewish Material Claims Again
st Germany, iepressed, "satiafat
tmn over the Bundestag action
The Claims Conference had asked
thai the post 1953 applicants be
given equal status with those able
to file before the deadline and had
Urged West tier man action to
erase the 1053 deadline However.
Claims Conference leaders were
now male 1 stood to feel tiiat the
$300,000,000 fund would bo enough
to meet the must urgent needs ot
the ixi^t -1033 claimants.
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Rabbi David Shapiro, spiritual
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*imkI, has heen elected president
Ol the Broward Hoard Of Kaobis
other officers eleeted frr the en-
uing year are Rabbi Samuel Z.
J.ffe. vice president, and Rahhi
Irwin Cutler, -ecretars tre.isurer
Among plans formulate.1 fur the
future is the Rrowarrl Jewish Com
niumty Institute tor Adult Educa-
tion.
Couraaa will he offered in ele
mentary and advanced Hebrew,
Jewish Metory, prayer, liturgy, and
traditions
Rabbi Cutler hat bn desig-
nated as dean for tha program,
which will feature leading Jew-
ish personalities and spiritual
loaders of the r. Courses will
b held alternately at Temples
Sinai, Both Shelem, Israel and
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in edition the rabbis plan .1
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+Jewls*ncrldlw
Friday. luly 2. lj
Students Protest Proposed Bonn Envoy
C.-..:dren between the ages of 4 and 9 may now receive free
v.j_al examinations at the Safety Town centers in Dadeland
or.; the Northside Shopping Center, according to Dr. Mccy
Stzrin (left*, president, and Dr. Arthur Helfman. a past pres-
ice-t of the Dade Countv Optometnc Association. Metro
Mcvor Chuck Hall has given his support to the project with the
proclamation shown above and urges children to register for
screty training, which is under the direction of the Dade Coun-
ty Sheriff's office.
Educators Attend National Confab
;.- reseating the Bureau of Jew-
tat duration at the recent Na-
tions] Conference of Jewish Com
mur.l Service were Louis Sch-
wa'..man and Herbert Berber, ii
re<' ra of the Bureau.
1 me of the conference, held in
Ph) lelp'u.i <>n Ma> 29 through
Jin- 2 was Sectarianism and the
Jew -h Community in the American
Society Today." Among the com
mui. 1 service agencies iponaering
tht onference m the National
ceil for Jewish Education
wh:, i Schwartzman an if Berge*
ar< cml>er- ot its Executive Com-
mitv
'. Jewish educators, in their
MS: ns rf tour days, concerned
themselves with the role of re-
search in agency planning, in ana
Lyzing the effect of the nee Keder-
al Fit-mentary a n d Secondan
ools Act. problems of Bureaus
Jewish Education, community
planning f< r Jewish educa'ion. the
impact of the concepts of the pro
preseive movement on the theory
: practice of Jewish education,
and in "Ae election and installs
tion of new officers of the National
Council f r Jewish Education.
Schwartzman. as chairman of the
National Resolutions Committee
chaired a final session presenting
the national view of Jewish e i.i
CSMn on recent Federal legislation
concerninn education
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j] i;i SALEM iJTAi Sever- I
-. hundred students met ihia wee* rnachl
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He urgec1 hi auditors not to
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themselves in memories with-
out looking to the future, "we
must be rooted in the past to
which the six million belonged."
The issue of the projected ap
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AmbsasaoV r was referred to Par
'.umentary committee this week
after sharp debut.' in the KnSBBSl
Mr- Golds Meir Israels Foreign
Minister, insisted that no notifica-
tion hail >c-; been received from
Bonn on the name c>< its nominee
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veyed to Bonn its nomination for
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Gi rmsn) has chosen Dr Rolf Pauls.
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than iiuiner director-general of
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nominee
Mrs v -r spoke m replj to Ms
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