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

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

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"Jewish Floridian
/o:une
36 Number 30
Combining THE JEWISH UNITY ond THE iVNISH WMLY
Miami. Florida, Friday. July 23. 1965
Two Sections Jiice 20
iet Chiefs
[itler Praise
\\ orries
l.S.
A VSH1NGTON (JTA) Offi
I corned this week
b) South Vietna-
\ \.:>!! Cao Ky prate-
I \ .; Hitler as his pataonal
One, fftcial however, said
t Gen K) may have ad
[ Her as a nationalist lead
ihls should boI ba
I i endorsement of
I Jewish policies.
In hit statement lauding Hitler
Jen. Ky said that "I admire Hit-
ter because he pulled bis country
Jojether when it was in a torri-
,lf state in the aarly 193ft. But
h situation here it so desperate
t on* man would) not bo
enough. Wa need four or five
|Hitltr$ in Viat Nam."
A spokesmaa for Gen. Ky latrr
lid that the Premier had intend
. t voice admiration for
iller's .....lities of leadership and
t he did not intend to pifjiac
\,,.: leader in all raapacta
wJC Parley
ends Appeal
o Russians
I FVance (JTA
arnestiy" calling
lei < io\ eminent to
ant i ', mUiorlt) In the
I i ultural and rehu
l .-en to all Soviet mi
i ing for further
i practice of i
.. -ii emigrate fi "
. II i it ion
. this keek b)
: tbe World Jl
com lusion of r.-
.it the meeting l>r
Cont.nved on Pag* S-A
LBJ Picks Goldber,
As UN Ambassador
JUSTKl AlrMVff GOlDBfffC
lecceees Stevens**
WWMNa PtUTED
House Bill
Drops Jews
NO CHANCE rO. 3 A; PC. 10 A
WASHINGTON (JTA) The
II use of Re] resentativi thli wei k
unexpectedl) voted approval t
idvocated
Chairman E tna Kelh of the
House Foreign Affairs Sub
mittee on Europe whi h Is consid.
I by <; porn nl oi So\ iet anti-
-. i itisn to wi aken and disti rt ..
Senate resolution previ-
i u-l> ad< pted
Efforts were ma 'e to P rs
Ri;- Kellj Neu York Democrat,
to accept the S < n .i t e wording,
. | ipecil cally '
the pHghl ol Jew- in the Soviel
I !. diffi n ntiate II
.., on oi other religious minor
it tea Bui she uuiaied on di
I ing thi refi is ui thi
| the II iiise vei
- n and < hanged it to a call I
(onsideral ins foi all | rson
Rep. Kelly a'so eliminated the
Senate's pinpointed reference to
the Soviet Union, and broadened
Continued on Page 2-A
WE SEEK TO INTERCEDE
East Germany Refuses
To Offer Nazi Records
ITON (JTA i The
[ is weak joined with
pritaii | Prance in asking the
nion to intercede witn
r ''anv to make available
[to West German) the files and roc
prosecution of
I'" ::ials
nations criticised the
' I I i.k m' ->pera-
dng to provide M
iu.de I in u.u
prosecutions. Diplomatic
.,iS(.,>u t,x
I C untnes
The United State* noted "with
'orat," that Russia failed to re-
spond to a United States request
nd mac's "unjustified accusa-
thfH" against the Bonn reqime.
' wa, recalled that Ambassador
George VrGhee. Amer.can envoy
^", *' tha Soviet Ambat-
J** month ago to use his in-
l ,lu*'* o that any material
dab!e in East Germany con
tVOftiD JfWRY /MOURNS STfVfNSON PACf 2-A
AS I Sil IT ACf 4-A
By Special Report
WASHINGTON in a surprise
move Tuesday afternoon. President
Johnson announced the appoint-
ment .>l Supreme Court Justice .Ar
thur Goldberg as new United
States Ambassador to the I'nited
Nations.
Just.ee Goldberg succeeds thi
late Ambassador Adlai E. Steven-
son, who died last week in London
at the age of 65.
Surprise was immediately ex-
pressed in Washington in many
quarters at the appointment of
Goldberg and, even more, of the
Supreme Court Justice's accept-
ance and willingness to resign
from the bench.
Bui Senate Foreign Relations
Committee Chairman William Kill
bright, <"f Arkansas called the
l rcsi lei c oil e excellent."
Former!) a noted labor lawyer.
Justice Goldberg was appointed
Secret a p I. a ho,- by the late
Presidi nt Kennedy on Irs assump-
tion of office in January, i%i On
sugust L1 1962, Mr. Kennedy an
r.ounced the resignation of the
ate Associate Supn me Court Jus-
ti e Felix Kranklurter and the ap-
pointment of Goldberg to succeed
i -n.
In making the appointment, the
President declared that Goldberg
would bnng to the high court "a
wealth of experience pained from
the active practice of law for over
30 years. He has had an enviable
record of accomplishment at the
bar, and his character, tempera-
ment and ability superbly qualify
him for service on the court.
"I believe his scholarly ap-
proach to the law, combined with
his deep understanding of our ec-
onomic and political systems, will
make him a valuable member of
the Supreme Court."
Goldberg took the oath of of
Ocl ber I. 1082 He is the
son of an immigrant father from
Continued on Page 6-A
Gurion Asks Approval
For Separatist Parly
[BAN CH/lRGfS SICISSION PAGf T5-A
JER1 SALEM UTA
n er I..... Minister David
cernin? crimes of the Naii per-
iod will be transmitted" to the
Central Office for Investigation
of Nati Crimes at Ludwigsburg,
Wast Germany.
Soviet authorities have claimed
th.it Waal G'finan> is not effect
ively pro Nazi criminals.
whiie attempting to create a public
n preasioB that such pn locution
i- being coi ducte I and Just punish-
:( ,i! meted out for the crimes coin
nutted.
Meanwhile a now trial will open
n Bonn FO >n against I v foi
gj officers previously acquitted
ifter a trial in which several of
their crimes colleagues had
been convicted and sentenced, '
nnouneed tins week by the
p.osecutor's office The sis will be
charged with hating pariaclpated
n P-- murder ol 152W0 Jews in the
ulamous Chelmno concentration
Continued on Paga 2-A
For
Bi
i md six other Mapai n i
imenl h i b el
the pai min ritj r ou p whn
l r. ke > <: fn n Premier Eshkol -
lead rship this week asked Kneiscl
kci Kaddish Lua t' r foi mal
- separate faction
to i < kn iwn as the Israel Work
ers List
In addition to Mr lien Gurion,
the other Knesset members of the
i.. i list an I inii' r Devei pmenl
Mm ster Y" el Mmogi former Di;
Defens Ministi Shimon Per
y Smilensk", Chans Lamden,
A Pa -an: and G Hen Israel It is
understood that former Agricul-
re Minister Moshe Dayan, who
had earUer supported Ben-Gurion
n hiS leadership Struggle With
Premier Eshkol, had declined to
loin the new li-t
ARSON OUTBREAK
British Jews
Join to Eye
Sy
'nagogues
LONDON (JTA i Se.Me-
fense squads were formed by y ung
JeWi in various parts of Lor.ion
this week to guard synagogues
against himbings. arson and van-
dalism of the type that occurred
Ik re three times in tht last week
nd at least 20 times since last No.
v ember.
Rabbis in most of the gynag >J NJS
. ; pealed Monday to worshiper- to
participate in the defense squads
One squad leader decLared: "Wo
are not takinu the law into our rwn
hands But we are read) to po nee
on an) of these hooligans a to
hi Id th-'m until the police arr.
Wilhin the last week, fire broke
out at a synagogue in Stanmore.
a London suburb, alter two "n-
cendiary bombs had been
p'aced on Ihe premises. A few
r'ays earlier, a similar incident
lock place at a synagogue in an-
other section of the city.
In (".orders Green, a section.
populated bj Jew-, .i n
Continued on Paoe 10-A
A Mapai Party spokesman.
while expressing regret over the
gr;up s decision to go ahead
with the formation of a separate
list, said that the party would not
eppese recognition of the group
when the matter is brought be-
fore the Knesset House Commit-
tee.
With the loss o| the -even Knet
members from the ranks .i
Mapai, the coalition remain- with
8 im mbers In the 120-member
House, hut support from Mapam
m Mm Hsyesod member.
V Kessel, will give the Govern-
lose but working majori-
ty It is understood that an agrei
.cut has been reached between
Mapai and Min llaye-od. the group
f supporters of former Defense
Minister Pinhas Lavon who left
Mapai. whereb) two Min Hayesod
candidates will appear in relative
Continued on Page 7-A
'rmt^.
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GIN. YITZHAK fABttt
ktarinf responsibility
LEBANON TOLD IN EXPLICIT TERMS
Warn Against Water Plots
JERUSALEM 'JTA' The
Israel Fbreij n Ministrj this week
warned that Israel views nh full
gravity an) water diversion vt rk
being done In U ''anon At .he same
time, Mai Gen Yitzhak Rabin,
chief of staff it Israel's defer-.
forces warned Lebanon that its
Government would "bear the re-
ponsibility i the consequences"
if it persisted In water divers i
orfc
The Foreign Ministrj -tatement
en the is-ue came from the Minis
tty's upokesman who commented
on reports that Lebanon has re-
lumed ui k on diverting stream
which feeds a tributar) .t the .lor
dan Kiver. and that Lebanon has
explained that the work is onsj ol
a "token nature."'
The spokesman also noted that
the Israel Government has "ex-
changed views" on this subject
with various "friendly coun-
tries." He denied thai Israel has
made special representations to
France on this issue, noting that
such exchanges have been had
with a number of friendly court-
tries.
l Rabins statement came in
an address to a new graduating
Continued on Page 15-A


Page 2-A
9-Jenlit fk-rMton
Fridcy, July 23,
World Jewry Mourns Stevenson Death
SITED NATIoXS (JTA)
American Jewish
in the -<"< ral mourn-
i r the sudden death oi Am-
Wl, i h.iir-
:iu i itited States dek
i n, who died >i .1 heart attack
in London at the age of 65.
He was on hi- ck from a
ir i sited Nations Ei-
mic and So.-ial Council in Ge-
neva where Soviet anti-Semitism
was among topics brought to the at-
tention of the Council.
Mr. Stevenson had appeared fre-
quently as the major speaker at
events conducted by American
Jewish organizations. During hi
two unsuccessful Presidential cam-
paigns, in 1352 and 1956. he had
?try broad backing from leading
Jews and from Jewish voters in
general around the country.
His rat* in removing "tho last
vetftioot of anti-Semitism in tho
ADLAI STfVFNSOrV
at age 65
commissioning of naval officers'
when he served as Special Assist-
ant to Secretary of the Navy
Frank Knox during World War
II was recalled by National Com-
mander Ralph Plofsky of the
Jewish War Veterans.
As head of the IS. dele
to the United Nations, Mr Stev-
en* n distinguished himself as a
friend of Israel at a aeries oi S
ciinty Council sessions only last
December He had, at times, been
criticized by some Jewish leaders
as not sufiicientlj sympathetic to
Israel in its disputes with the
Arab states.
However, all recalled last Decent
ber's Security Council meetings
when it was Mr. Stevenson who
mved Israel from condemnation by
the Council as a result of Syrian
complaints charging Israel with
overt agrewion."
House Bill Drops Jewish Reference
Continued from Page 1 A
it to include, along with the
USSR, "the governments of oth-
er Eastern European countries."
The inclusion of other Eastern
European countries disturbed
those concerned with alleviating
the plight of Jews in Russia be-
cause such nations as Poland
and Hungary follow policies to-
ward Jews far different from the
Soviet policy.
Rep. Kelly said that proponents
of the resolution, various Jewish
leaders, had asked her to sum-
mon non-Jewish witnesses on Com-
munist religious policies when her
Subcommittee held hearings. She
said .-lu1 held the hearings because
ol the Jew i-h requests Had there
l>een no such request, she stressed,
the House version of the resolu-
tion would have been drafted to
conform with the Senate wording,
along the lines of the original Rib
icoff resolution.
But once non-Jewish witnesses
publicly detailed the plight of
of Catholics and others in Com
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camp in Poland, during World War
II.
When the Chelmno trial ended in
Bonn two year- ago a guilty ver-
dict was handed down against one
former SS officer who was sen-
tenced to 15 years" imprisonment
at hard labor, Several others were
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1965
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Page 3-A
Red Delegate Promises No Change

' 1&-'3 ,
oiic-Jewish Dialoque" between Rabbi Marc H Tanen-
I director of reliqious affairs for the Arr.er.ran Jew-
'.. and Joseph Cunneen. editor of Cross Currents
.ous editor of Holt, Rinehart and Winston, bock pub-
ieen iecently on Directions '65 over the
i network. R.tbbi Tanenbaum and Cunneen
, the 1 ^sibilities of a continuinq Catholic-Jewish
and the psychological, theolocpo-l and social ob-
such achievement. The program, a sequel to "Be-
which investigated the Chustian sources of
[ un on a Feb. 28 presentation, was produ ABC
f :. with the National Council of Catholic Men.
.Tunisia Prexy Drops
lis Palestine Solution
\ (JTA> Habit)
i: president <>f Tunisia,
bit campaign for a n-
baled Mttismenl ot thr "Pala
. In an interview he
Tunis tu a cortnapondent
hare, be said
L ,.. romise plan baa (ailed;
I trabs nor lerael want
|i ,. .in with it."
r\ 6f1 inland to take leedor-
|p c movemonl to pro* for
left, men?" of tho Arob-fsrooli
ho lotd Tho Observe*-.
said ho has "neithor tho in-
pnaticin nor hSo moon*" for
th oivo." Tho probtom mull
I*" 'o timo."
L said, how over, he
\ convin ed that his ad
\i >e Israeli pea*
V -will om dat ha ac-
k ,!. Ill IllN I
\ -i ,i li proposals he
eral m >> at hi
id] I.....n impact on
Vrab generation."
f tn Mr Bourguiba,
\ Gamal
bJ \ lev on
eci wh< they met
re announce-
ment of the Boucgniba proposals
I put the matter verj frankly to.
Nasser." Thi' Observer quoted the
Tunisian Preshlent a* aajinf "I
said that, if t/e could Invoke all tho
United Nation- reaolutlool tho*-
dealing with partition .- well as
with the return of the refugees
this WOOM Ih- a compromise solu-
inn which would opt-n the way to
,i peace ettleraeirl or. at least.
tO a !c- saptwlie situation than
p have now. I added that \\e had
noMHr the itreaflah nor the will
in flfM
"Nasser replied he had said the
same thing at the BanrJuns Confer-
tie of IflSS, and the Afro Asian
countries welcomed Ms statement.
What separates us, then l- it that
Men separates an honest man
from one who conceals a- '"
Mr, Bouri uiba asked
GENEVA (JTA) Tho Soviet
G vernmenl d o not intend to
change anything in the present
status of the Jewish minority in
the l ssr. a United Nations confer-
ence dealing with human rights
wa-- told recently by Soviet delegate
<; c Arkadyev, lie spoke at the
meeting of the in Economic and
Social Council during a general do-
I'.lie on human rights at which the
I r a e 1 i delegate, Ambassador
Moshe Bartur, raised the problem
Of SOT iet Jews.
"There soems no reascon, in
general, to question tho perform-
ance of tho Soviet Union for cul-
tural and linguistic rights of na-
tional, cultural and ethnic
groups, "the Israel representa-
tive said. "However, there is the
striking, puzzling and extremely
moving exception of its large
Jewish minority. May I illustrate
by some facts.
"In 1962, iw books were pui>
11shed in the So iet Union In the
\ a ku t s language, a lin ruistic
persons; 116 l" ks
in the Bashkir language, an ethnic
group oi 069,000 person. There is
not one single dailj journal in Yid.
dish or Hebrew. There are no text
lik- at all available either in
Yiddish or Hebrew, nor even in
Russian, on subjects of Jewish his-
tory, culture or religion; and, ob
viously, such l">ks are prevented
from beinc published. No school,
not a single class in which Yiddish
>.- Hebrew is or can in- taught
This, in spite of the fad that about
500.000 Jew-, according to the Sov-
iet Union's census of 1H59. declared
that Yiddish was their mother
tongue,"
Soviet delegate Arkadyev ac-
cused tho Israeli Ambassador of
being the representative of the
world Zionist movement and of
the enemies of the Soviet Union.
He stated that the Israeli dole-
gate's speech was full of distor-
tions. "Why shouldn't we speak
about the situation of the Arabs
in Israel?"
The Egyptian, Algerian an l
Iraqi representatives spoke brief
ly, stating that, without tning to
justifj or excuse the Soviet Union,
they Insist on disenssini the situa
tion ol the Arab refugees and ot
the Arabs li\ Ing in Israel
i sing his right of reply, Ambas-
sador Bartur answered Hie Arat
dale gats a bj quoting numtxTs of
Arab pupils in the Israel State
school system, addressing himM-lr
I to (he Soviet delegate
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Righting a Wrong
Justice Goldberg's
Latest Appointment
We are of course delighted with
President Fohnsons cp^o;"'~jr' oi
erne Court Justice Arthui Sold-
Is Adlai ::
-:. cs V 5. Ambassadoi to the
.: N I >ns Th rorii
xnpaxued '-he Pres in-
Tuesdcv h
mered down and eve:-, so :rit :al
cr observe! -s Senate Fore
. Comn ittee Chain
liaxr Fulbright eonsi oint
lent'
/-ere a r
are r'.ecr'v in accord with
ndeavoi
se personal comi
an con
... B ... >VjOU
cs en atton
- Secretary -
Kennedy s rabii ei
ample evidence of tl
."r.deec his resignation,
is bench ~: the -
esi court in the land, a lifetime post
offering him both personal and oro-
fessiona] security, is itself an .on of Jus-
tice Goldberg's profound desire to savor more
fully the world around him than the court could
evei permit.
We do not here mean that the SuDreme
Court of the United States is anything less than
or. exalted symbol of the principles upon which
Out American democratic society rests, and
that its associate justices are merelv secluded
souis in an ivory tower of legal abstraction.
But the fact remains that as U.S. Ambas-
tadoi to the United Nations Justice Goldberq
:. be closer to the stuff of the national and
world affairs to which his training has accus-
tomed him

Loss of a Spokesman
Perhaps the most imoora::: consideration
of all is the net result of j lo'.dbera's re-
to the rrruldron of human affairs An or-
der.: spokesman on behalf of Jews here and
ighout the world, he lid not stint
expression of his for- aion ever, rftei
hi.....i i to the Supreme C
But it seems to us that v.- US Am-
bassador to 1
i the kind ol
a consciei
Ne
-' ftheSuj
d. Re

-
dinner Dec 5 I; his uppear-
in a ma 51 pel. ta! :
.- conference of the American Israel Pub-
.?tee on'.v last '' iis pro-
vocative presentation on the occasion of the
; tl anniversary celebra:;o-. of the Hebrew
University of Jerusalem several weeks later,
on May 22.
Will these great opportuniti m I) *peak out.
both for himself and Jews ev tre now be
lost" The answer is appare: to mind ine *~uDg:
ase of Philip M. Klutzmck who suffered a ^Tt aIZ" !a8hion he w
similar fate when he ac UN Ambas-
"ship eve:
.he Presidential ap-.^

that we:
: are-, 0: our pea
the kit; conferer
during
the week
.. as i see it
by LEO MINDLIN
I FIPJST heard ^ AdU,1
prison bark m iatf 1
A then friend of mm* p,JI
in a plush Miami B*c.,
taurant invited m* to
For many month] t herns
his invitation wa> a ^^
affair We met ThuMT
niuhts m the darkest nnA
his unbelievably exjuJl
impossibly In enporsa
discuss the whole
world affairs Nothing escaped our notice or our earne-
not even Uli 81 CjT, ho on one occasion sat at our
to drink in the word of wisdom between us The para t.
alities sevmed apparently endless Ethel Merman, sincrr H^r5^1
Sluimlin. Broadway producer. Alex March, television director a\
a nvan named Shepard. who everyone assumed was the i aro ^1
magnste, mainlj because he said so
one nuht my fnend asked me 'Do you know Adla: v-vn^J
Sated with the famous. I readily confessed I did not whertus*!
was told In n '' lh*' Goveraor of 01 ':< J
Deal Democral nomine.' for 1'resident" I eouldi ir .^1
S01 did it matter mon w4n i emphasise his pout n
me that Col I "' nicsgo sssured him U
trn'
History proved better to the poll I
. ... Ml of us remi iciten
inticipstioa in th- I
ism es s 1

K
1 1 :-. n
IH fOUIt VU*S THI V.'S.'ON OUUID
The American Bar Association's decision to
remove severoi of its majoi functions from the
Bath Club when the ABA gathers here in an-
nual convention next month deserves commen-
dation.
The convention will be headauartered at
the Fontainebleau Hotel. But those extra func-
tions scheduled at another facility lonq noted
for its racial and religious restrictive policv
would have insulted the many thousands of
Jewish attorneys in Miami and across the land
who are otherwise not permitted access to the
club.
We are proud to have had some hand
here in calling to public attention this grievous
condition. As on many occcsions in th
Leo Mindlin executive editor of The lew
Flondiati, created in his column a forum foi
discussion that helped change the : by 1
climate of opinion toward more equ I nee-
tions.
V\e also note with some pit
here by our newspaper and radi
Ax. Mind
lin's In,
[em
in rig would otl
rerun Switzerland when d.
Mr. Stevenson Passes
v' world in men '
|he d I American
E. Stevenson.
As Unit* N r-ions Ambassadc-
enson represented our nation in :.
his eloquence 1
in the fray toward the betterment :
Whether international emerge]
pulted him into the forefront of glob
such as du: g Cuban
tl
nee from w
d whei
Mr St. .vet faile .
a cot. ireness
...s ro.e.
1J tsure of
verso
now at
hs
SSJi
>
1;
s ve 1
jsr
paf
IT WAS NOT
' -
. time. 1
ected:

s
.
I honestly do tiousrj
. ...
(or the Presidency
it the ambil I 11 tioi
i b) Gen Eisenh : 1
M) ow ii in.. th him 1 e of tS
Anglo British-Israeli ind Suei on Ort 29 IS
a week before the election, niddeo and very reel ;- m
front the President a> incumbent Perhaps tor the
sssumtni office four years earlier Mr Eisenhower acted twit
spoke 1 nil conden French and British ar
their withdraw.il from the sami
Israel, he geve the Jewish State an ultimatum
armiei hack out of Sinai
THt BfST MttilOUft Wl MVM HAD
in an unprecedented move umultaneousf) exploitii
. lei tial Ike S| the United n
ter the thn \" erican alhea .1 mov< wl
I S has since learned to suffei will in the I "
oi 1 rev : Pouncing t>ra\ \
Stev enson 1 tt'<- com 11 \ unst th. I
si m k sti '. the West ^ :a-t independent toehold in '
M the same tirm
Si mitism i; the S te Depsrtmei I
in fa the S 1 Sil ii
1 in the ',. asion oi his m
r to the N'ovembet ted to
h ith Mr 1 mi Spnn ~ v
ind

Flew off to U
it
Nc'hu
tori
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*". STIVINION FOWrrifN HA*S 14Ti
THE 1960 CAMPAIGN
veil never
t in put e was I
Sal
I ras by the
that Mr Steve
ty for 1 \ 1
L'N. t
in his heart than

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(n'n'riii mas ma nxutna)
i VOI'NG


July 23. 1965
knlst fhrMfan
Foge 3-A
LETTERS TO THE EDITOR
olumnist Taken to Task for Criticism
TOR The Jewish Floridian:
K: belated comment on ob
^i..n.- made by Leo Mincllin m
rticle in M> However, the
ions he raised are still with
r-t he challenges the validity
nblic protests against anti-Sem-
in Soviet Russia. His argil-
is that pressure simply en-
hostility Our organisa-
, the Workmen's Circle, has the
kite view, that the Soviet lead-
kant to cultivate; .is much s\ in
ly for their cause as possible,
when they see their action-
Hg the reverse effect, they will
Asider it. particularly when
dc- not specifically affect thi
of Communism in their conn
Tl! this were not so. there M Klld
Ittlc point to the massive prop
|da campaign which is to im
ant a part of the total Com
list uperation.
Jnortunately, there have
en too mtny fellow-travelers
Cemr-H/mst dopes among
*s on this side of the Iron Cur-
In. While the Soviet leaders
l, a went to indulge in their
li-Semitie policies in their own
untries. it is logical to believe
it they are concerned about
|irg friends among Jews and
pong others who might take
iet anti-Semitism as a last
raw to break the back of their
>Communiit sympathies. As
ch. protest against anti-Jewish
llicies can well serve to inform
Soviet bosses that anti-Semi-
docs not pay.
j\,- Wi rkmen's Circle i- a mem-
f Imeru an I onfi renct
i .'no of th<
|ii ii nizatioiu thai
the Mad |uare Gi
I., in protest ai ainsl
Ji wish policy The
ireater Miami are also
.. : ganiu
la Conference
t this way w< do

n m Con
I have reaaoi
leful 1
ki M nothei
to th< 'i d list lanj
and the secular Jewish
i anisatton h.i- had
lie with the Jewish
|il) Forward and Yid I
part of our pr
pram It is difficult to believe that
Mr Mindlu. COUM moan our SKt
of Jewish hie when he talks ot
"where a proud preoccupation
seenw to r< mam how beat to des
cerate the Sabbath in secular
Jewish term- Or when he refers
to "a Marxist vanity of Judaism
principal!) devoid of any element
that might remind the American
,hetto of what had occurred in the
ghettoes of Rusaia and I'olani "
Let us first say that neither
Hie Workmen's Circle, nor the
Farbend, nor the Sholem Alei-
chem Institute, 'l Yiddish secu-
larists, ever preoccupied them-
selves with desecrating the Sab-
bath or any other form of Jewish-
ness, and it is a painful injustice
and insult to declare or even im-
ply that we ever did so.
Secondly, it is these three organ
tzaUona which have done more
than any other to keep alive the
memory and the values and lit
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erarj expression "i the Russian and
Polish "shtetlecb."
The public is currenth redi-
coverlng these values as evidenced
by the acceptance of the play.
The Fiddler on the Reef," which
. i scd on a ShO It m Aleichem
tors
We invite Jewish Floridian read
ii to investigate our curriculum
for evidence of what Mr. Mindlin
has accused the secular schools of
leaching.
IDA POSTON
Executive Secretary
Workmen's Circle of
Greater Miami
EDITOR, The Jewish Floridian:
Leo Mindlin's invaluable Mar IP.
article about our publications on
Israel's Oriental-Occidental prob-
lem has only Just reached us. and
1 trust thai it will not be too late
for us to comment on it Less than
a fortnighl ago, the Israel Cabinet
liscussed these publication- at tbt
Initiative of Mrs. Golds Meir
Although the communal .-
lion in i-rael is ;i vit> complicated
the direction for its solution
was laid down man> years ago in
such books as Raphael Patai'9 I-
rael Between East and West'' and
Abraham Shumsky's ""The Clash
of Culturt in Israel."
The fundamental point made in
these and other publications is
thtat any approach which views
Israel's Oriental Jews merely as
more backward versions of the
Occidental Jews is deeply mis-
guided. The Oriental Jews come
from radically different cultural
environment whose potential is
neither superior nor inferior to
that of the West: it is "different
but equal."
Israel's Ashkenazim, however,
seem intellectually, psychologic
all) and ideologically incapabli ol
accepting this line of tnouglv. In-
stead of encouragini the Oriental
to modernize. tiu> endear to
force him to westernize, or jk taps
even to "Ashkenatl-ize" himself
Tie result ll merely cultural
n of the worst and most modi,
ocre type. In the neighboring Arab
countries, on the other han "he
emphasis is all on acquiring the
tools of the West, while still re-
maining Arabs; and although Ibis
pi -, in irmOUS difficulties 'iii-
fact is that the Arabs ;ire pr _
faster i in the master. 4
Western techniques) than a- Is-
rael'! Jews from the Arab nun-
tries. The danger in all this
, hardly to be pointed out.
We are confident, howevei '
with tlw* Continued but incrr- -sing-
ly vocal support of Jews abroad,
we shall ultimately succeed in -
taUishing this viewpoint as norma-
tive We are convinced tha" the
penalty for failure will be nothing
less than the collapse of th:- pre-
cariously situated, infinitely
cious little State
MICHAEL SELZER
Liaison Officer
Council of Sephardic Comr-,- y
Jerusalem, Israel
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Friday, July 23, ,J
Oriental Jews Suffer Less Cancer
J-.zz: }'..:< i>7w;kT" on location in Israel for the movie pro-
ion 3~s: a G.ant Shadow,' is an interested visitor at the
recenuy-opened Israel Museum in Jerusclem. Here Douqlcs
examine* the d-spicy of menorahs coverinq some 400 years,
eject of the America-Israel Cultural Foun-
.-.. The Foundation headed by Isccc Stern, is the Amer-
ican h c:ds Israel's cultural life.
UWBOH JTA muMM of
- KeptfbiHtjr to cancer anmn:
4 European and Oriental on
gins m I>ra*l wre referred to
here thi-. week by Prof. Peter Ben-
con-fieki when he *- Uu.hem.tal approach to the under-
NUnding and inhiUunj; the nu-ch
.,1.1am oi canter.
Prnf Beaconsfwld. f'-rmerly a
special fellow of the
I nited Stale- Institute of Ho<n
and nou a visiUnc piul-v-r ai
the Charms: Cro Hospital MadM t\
School here. >a*ri that the new at)
preach centers on the search for 1
Me oi Mocking the
active nature of the enzvme or
chemical initiator in cancer p*
tient-.
Prof. Beaconsfield then cited
Israel, where he said medically
well-documented people of di-
verse geographic origins live un-
der similar environmental condi-
tions.
[t h nine!
by : Health
t Jews
i-rr. ess liki I;
n Jews t
DaTCfi No lIanatin of thi. fact
has been made Profeaaor Beecon-
field asserted that the oriental
be lone k* e-hnic er.xip-
known to have a deficiency of the
eiuyroc- Mtewdd 10 instrument
a) in producing cancer o
The d.iKi.iu-N aeewra maiah i"
naiM an iienc found in female-. Th.- uem t
l*i-uharit\. according <> the medi-
al atholar. is moat I.v tauaj|
cial croups that original
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A..o~. r im. g 301 23rtJ Street
,na 0>- Mew >-
Goldberg is New UN Envoy
Continued from Page 1-A
T 1. who worked a- i p
.- and a hi
t to Chicago. There.
t
11 the
to rab-
bi who married him and the former
K II at the
... 1. n it he coanet
to n..
Justice Goldber -
tit) Lav
the tuv of in- cLaai li
I tofa book.- for hi-
brother.- to tin
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Declared the Times: "Whan
he was Secretary of Labor, he
was known to have made deci-
sions for fhe President i Kenne-
dy) and to have told the Presi-
dent about them later. In cne
dispute, he announced on a morn-
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President had sent a letter to
the parties requesting certain ac-
tion. Mr. Goldberg went to his
office after the program, wrote
the letter and then burst into the
President's office, interrupted a
conversation with a diplomat,
and got the President s signature
on the letter."
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July 22. 1965
knlslfhr/Uir
Paqe 1-K
JCong. Dialogue Views Civil Rights
By Spotial Report
AVIV The fourth annual
I ., |.,.|, dialogue*1 ftuh'ii
, week with the ><>un>: I>an-
n,l their el lers Iron twth
irching for points
ih.,; would bring the
I nmunities closer.
. the 'dialogue*' per-
I ,|i,l nol rrement
ishness" >( livities in lh 1 or
I ...:! i thai rose dur-
......
hibited exehanga
ive rise i<> what
visiting Ameri-
team < allad the
etwei us
u-c usw ipet I for
I ,. t "i all
I .r-
S H d Polios, of New Yor*,
la-man of tht National Gov-
ping Council of tho American
h Congress, sponsor of the
inval event, said ho wit "pro-
jnclly moved by tho sptrit of
? midship end sons* of oncowr-
|e"'enf" er*endWed during tho
lur days and night of discus-
jn at the Sheraton Hotel in
|l Aw and in Civa* Bronner,
rat Is largest kibburt.
! (he response among la
rj m the preea 'tlu*>u>;h
: 1 1!" .in-1- carried t<> the
country" had male the
an Jewish Congrats ataaer*
,: here "tore determined
keep coating back and
ins '
rs, Charles Snilow. f Star*.
s Y. presides! oi the ameri-
Ian Congress National We
Dh!-. in, voiced a rkmilar
1 111 hrr rt-ni.irk> at the
11 n t.is.it BraaUMf
i lli.- yotUBg nartiiirutnls
era oi Israel'1 poet mnv
generation and repre
atives of American Jewish
. in the,!" ejrl> or mid
f had shown "a mutual
^ir-' lo find common ground ra-
il,.,11 in hei.iixir each other
\h argumentation.
."'i Israeli and American
ikesmen were inclined to include
ICwfalJ "umbrella' both
F and secular Jew*, and in
I all shades <>\ Judaic behet and
I she declared
Even in tho discussion of ali-
f->*> a subject on which noithor
He American Jewish nor Israeli
iouth soe eye to eye there was
Evidenced among the young pan-
elists a concern for exploring
issue rather than squabbling
ver it," the American Jewish
Congress women's leader noted.
Israel Prime Minister Levi Eshkol, at his Tel Aviv office, qreets
U.S. participants in the fourth annual American-Israel "dia-
logue" spensoted by the American Jewish Congress. At left
is Mis. Virginia Snitow, chairman of the AlCongress Women's
Division. Right are young American panelists Jane Satlow
Gerber, Paul Cowun and David Berger.
"Rut I believe we must recofj-
niie the fact thai the onalague at
our youth baa oarelj begun," she
continued
"Then- do not know each other
They are impotie'ni and sometimes
even unwilling lo examine the pea-
conceived pictures thej have of
each other They have fallen into
an old trap the trap ol the ater-
ef>type far wkaeh we adult- an
large!) renponsible
In ins remarka al the final round
Thuiadaj night Roller returned to
whal -'- perhaps the overriding
theme of the 19b.'. "dialogue"
participation in the civil rights
struggle in iha is as an oxpraa
sion <>f Judaism relevanl to to-lay -
world.
Potier noted that young Amor
iall Jews had enlisted tar out of
proportion lo thou numbers" a-
fieedom riders, iraehers and vot-
ingrlght workers in the civil rights
movement,
But while many Israelis criti-
med fhe Moo that working for
, Negro voting rights in Mississip-
pi was a sign of "Jewish identi-
fication.' Polior said, "In Amer-
ica itself the Negro community
accepts the Jewish commitment
to racial equality as an authentic
Jewish act."
Catholic and Protestant groups
in the U.S. BUM) view Jewish par
ttclpation In the civil rights move
ment as a natural and legitimate
exprcs-ion o| Jewish tradition, he
said
The American Jewish CoagreM
leader continued "l would urge
our Israeli friends to recognise
th;it the Jewish role in the Ameri-
can civil nchis struggle has done
more than translate the Jewish
ideal of aocial juatiee into daily life
and invoke the great lesoonj oi
Jewish historical experienca in
meeting the issues of our time.
"The disproportionate role of
individual Jewish men and women
and Jewish organizations in
ihe civil rights straggle has si
nificantly raised the it at US of
American Jewry mom the Ameri-
can people as a whole.
"If we had not marched on Wash
ington and walked from Selma to
Montgomery, if we had not volun-
teered tO teach in the schools and
sit in at Ihe lunch counters, if we
had not shared in planning the
strategy and providing tie' man
power for the great assault on ra-
cial injustice in America, we would
hat t I e '>me not only in our own
e>es inn 111 the eyes of our coun-
trymen morel] another sect in
ten sted chief!) in it- ov n i
world and in its own particular
"Had our young Jewish college
generation, our rabbis, our syna-
gogues, and our national Jewish
organizations stood aloof from
this great struggle, we would
have marked ourselves as sec-
ond-class citiiens, too timid or
too withdrawn to fake our right-
ful tola as equal partners in the
great national effort to erase the
stain on America's conscience."
Poliar continue.i "in doing so
v. e would have lost our best young
people the Idealists, the intel-
lectuals, the strong and unafraid of
our American Jewish youth, the
young men and women on whom
the Jewish future most depends
"Freedom from oj proeakm and
Ireedom from economic want in
he Jewish community Of America
have enabled our younu people to
pursue learning and careers in ev-
ery field of activity. Hut juat as we
have new and greater opportune
tits than ever Iteforr to study and
work in averj area, so also do we
have new and greal opportunities
as individuals and as organiza-
tions to play a aignifioant role
in the reshaping and recreating
of American life, in molding I 10
eiety in which everv human beinji
will have the right tO full and equal
opportunity.
"The beat of American Jewish
youth is determined to seize Ibis
opportunity and make this commit-
ment. Their response offers the
healthiest prospect for creative
Jewish survival on the American
scene today.
"If the people of Israel begin SO
understand this one concept, the
'dialogue' will have proved its val-
ue one hundred fold "
SHAO PCUfR
Gurion Seeks
List Approval
Continued from Page 1-A
ly secure peaitions on the Ma| *i-
Achdut Am da joint list in the fortv
coming Knesset elections
Anotlu r coalition faction, the N i-
tional Rdigi '- Part) charged the
Achdul A vo I a Cabinet Ministers
with obstructing the passa | of lha
s .1 l> b a t h bill despite n coalition
.ment on Hie bill's <
The MRP warned that it will fake
extreme measures to ensure that
the hill is bro" hi before Ihe Knes-
set in its original version It is a.-
suraed mat, unless an agrei mei I ia
reached, the NRP may retaliate !>.?
voting against the Government oa
crucial votes expected with r*
gard to other bills
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'jewistHcrMtor
Friday. July 23. ife]
WJC Parley in Plea to Reds
'.:- -.?: ;-c- 9 '*
itntude tow art Je -
and expr*
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be open*
-
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ft'JC exe>
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-g *he Riwntnjn Go.
errent: jti'jJ* reward Jews
* a mo-sel for the e-tire Cew-
m.- $t i :: which cn eTXi*t
rl ora- ts solve its JewiW
p*cc r grateful for the warm
tr<: humane attitude of Ruman-
>

the Je-
:-
- *_*i-r .
^.. er minor
- -. 55R
ih
it
. -
all the 0. -j' .
. : it Mi
to the "natural and ine-
.oluntan. j-
u :- Mention to
.'".. -.nare
ni of inter
pinion at the
of anti-
- areas of Soi
I
rorld 1 manifesta
tod, 'ire

soviet p

- second but related resolu-
it* with possible emigra-
* :' of Sove* Jews, appealing *o
":scc Government to e
-- -e the problem of the re-
v- : cation ?* families en a -
ma* 'tritr basis." The measu'e
-. tribute to "he Moscow Go.
t------lent which, it stated, "durta
'- cast <;.v years facilitated Hi*
- jre o* some hund'e3< |
Jews to reioir their femiliei
c--. -d



-
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to a
to -
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It

and {*;
to in te I ":.:.
racial and
re deal- .ut\
f al "t anti Setnil
cited lence of organized
by agenU and aupportt-r
u rib League to arouse hostil
t> Egainat Jews in Latin America
an* -i>ewhere That drvtiopOMD
Um resolution stated, neroaailitn
tiia international and nations'
bodiea and governments take ef
i- neaaurea to maintain hu
ME rights and fundamental free-
dor
C*h#r resolution* called on all
cjc.ernmenis to refuse asylum to
"'' criminals; opposed energet
ca y to the very principle
ste'ute of limitations for crimes
ecainst humarity; reaffirmed
sveoort of the World Jewish Corv
rss to the United Nations; w*l-
ci-ed the progress made by the
Uh .n doaimo, with problems of
racial discriminat.on and relig-
ions irtolerjnce; end praised last
v. ay s fteiaratien of the General
AsseirSy of the Council of E-
-ope which called on UN Soviet
^jver-me'-4 to help East West
j-sderstand:ng by according eqjal
-. rural and religious rights to
Soviet Jews.
Dt
.- WJJC
-
-
- on uor
-

SSR Dr Goldmann
.i*\ thai contl
that would al-
the : the 5
: Ijve i IT attitude must
not be interpreted as a general at-
:et Union
in the cold w ar
The '.'.j president noted with
the West German
mderr.. n program ia about
U> be -d the
that the time has come
- -he Bonn Government to
tun | on of mo:
;i- then appealed to the Arab
state* r.ize the fact of Is-
rt do
v-tween the \l
i- He warned \r.ir
Arab
lirxl- refrain from becoming
idening of the
. rifl Arab and Jew-
^h c mnraniUei in many parts
of the world lie pointed Nil "have
fully together for centuries An)
m of this situation anil
only h ts on all
Noting "with deep satisfaction"
that observers from the Confer-
ence of Presidents of Major
American Jewish Organizations
Save attended the WJC eieco-
tive session. Dr. Goldmann e>
preised His co-'tdence that clos*
cooperation cow'd be achieved be-
tween the WJC nd the Presi-
dr-s Conference, wh.ch he
ermed the most representa
Hve Amtr.ccn Jtwuh body."
He I


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and ortani/i'


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permit!
te to Swed
that "m\
: more are due to
-
Mr. St eceived
. .... [roi .,.
Minister Tag*

The Premier informed him,
Mr. S torch said, that Soviet
leaders assured him the emigra-
tion of Russian Jews who want
to be reunited with their families
in Sweden would continue. Pre-
mier Erlander told the WJC rep-
resentative that he had pointed
out to the Soviet leaders that this
policy had b visit to Stockholm by former
UTSR Premier Nikita S. Khrus-
chev.
Undi i Khr Ml El landt r
report! laui
-in- had ted irom the I
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Friday. July 23
British Doubt Red Religious Change
LONDON JTAl l' B
G ivernmenl has -"<*" il'A ''
and sympa < M l"'""''
a) I '
the <
Europe, calling upon the
t to I
cultural and n
Jews in the I'SSli th.

liere this 1
The
ter Pa
previously We!l
ster,
Parliament. Mr '' -
ted the Government lo 1
Uaj resokKi
that the < rnaaent I
the document Mr Pi dli \
We do no; think, howevi
Virmers of a recent essay contest on "The Jewish Person I
dmire Most' at Temple Beth Am are Cathy Birshtein (not
.-.own1, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Jerome Robinson, who won
one-month scholarship to Camp Ocala. Umitalla. Fla.. pre-
. ented by Mrs. Gloria Murphy, representing Dr. Theodore
Struhl; and Mark, son of Mr. and Mrs. Jack Baum. awarded a
rne-month scholarship presented by Irwin Marshall, director
. f Camp Osceola, at Horseshoe, N.C. Looking on is Martin
Harrison, executive director of Beth Am. Judges included Mrs.
I illian Ross, principal of the Temple Sunday School. Dr. Max-
ell Dauer and Dr. Irwin Berman.
Jews in London
Eye Synagogues
Continued from Page 1-A
gaged in a flghl with
n who had fathered in the vicin
ut midnight in an apparent ei
t to carry out an action agoinsl
other synagogue In thic caae
Jewish defender! wen ready,
ter an anonymous telephone
Her h I 1 tipped off the syn..
- gue's c retaker. The unidenti-
d, wou'.d-be molesters a r e
ised fro r. the area before police
ild arrive.
\ delegation representing the
: ard of Deputies of British Jews.
1 by So >mon Teff. president of
Hoard, met last weekend with
- >tland Yard's assistant com-
ssioner of police, and discussed
ana for strengthening BBCUfit)
asurea around synagoi
The police official stated after
- conference that Scotland
ard regarded the recent incen-
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as well as other anti-Jewish in-
cidents, "very seriously," and as-
serted that all possible steps
were be ng taken to protect Jew-
ish Houses of worship and to ap-
prehend those responsible for the
outbreaks.
One man. arrested over a weak
following a fire in a synagogue
in the London suburb of Sottthgate.
was ordered held without bail last
weekend after his se< ond BfTslgB-
ment. in which he was charged ipe
uhcall> with "breaking into a
place of divine wurehip and com
mitting arson." Previously, the
Charge against the man. 39-year-
old Aubrev Desmond I'adogan. had
accused him vaguely of commit
ting "sacrilege."
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tects e Get 1 len told th
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which we are investigating at the
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:lt in further charges one of
which appears to lie of a similar
nature." On the inspector's re-
set, the court remanded Cadogan
another week without bail.
A long-pending bill outlawing
racist propaganda, incitement
and discrimination was passed on
third reading in the House of
Commons on Friday. It prohib-
its incitement to racial hatred."
and forbids issuance or distribu-
tion of "threatening, abusive or
insulting publications or speech
es with intent to stir up hatred
against any section of the public
distinguished by race, color or
ethnic or national origin."
One of the bill < supporters.
Omnton 11 u Hive, laid
Parliament 1 eupporl this kind
' 1 e has been a
provocative mat
I Wish an.'
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Jmlsli ihrldfor
Page 11- \
REMOVES SPECIAl FUNCTIONS FROM RESTRICTED FACILITY
merican Bar Cancels Bath Club
By Special Report
YORK The American
sochUioo, which is balding
uiu.il convention in Miami
in 4UgUSt, IM* raiK-ellecl its
foments ir two sessions
led to be held > private
iat ban Jews and other mi-
from membership.
ris B. Ahram. president of
merican Jewish COniilnr,
the liar Association --; >n .is ., "significant stop" which
could serve as a "lenon that dis-
chinmalory membership practices
represent a I x u r y which few
irroups can long afford."
The move by the Bar Associa-
tion to cancel arrangements for
two of its sessions at the Bath
Club of Miami Beach was dis-
closed in a letter from Lewis F.
P w e I I Jr., of Richmond, Va.,
president of tbe American Bar
Association, to Abram, who is al-
so the U.S. Representative on the
United Nations Human Rights
Commission.
On June 29. Ahrani. who is an
attorney, had written to Powell.
pointing out that Jewi have been
'systematically excluded from the
Path Club except when invited M
a guest by a member."
it i> rather tote." he declared,
for an organisation like the Amer-
ican Par Association not to be ful-
ly awar of the rea."tions of minor-
ity group members of that organi-
zation to disirimmatory practioss
which bar them from accesa to
places where only their Christian
brethren are welcome."
In reply, on July 12. Powell II
erted that the American Par As-
sociation "does not practice or
tolerate racial er religions discrim-
ination in any form," and therefore
dlai Stevenson Felt a Great Need to Serve
Continued from Page 4-A
Jewish community of the
States," which he iailed
|Uer pill "
was, howei er < sugar <-oat-
pall. Honors came his way,
the launching <>f the
,. i st( on Foundation at
..I. wish rheologit al s. misery
1061; the American Jewish
Vmi i lean Liberties
ulhon, : excel Uonal ad-
the principle ol
n libert) in July, IOCS;
en S Wise \ ard ol the
i< .('i .'< i-h Con gross in
kber mh>4
The sadness of Mr, Stevenson's
ttomtoe is the confusion of his
life: his desire for elective office,
which somehow he won as Got
ernor of Illinois, but which i I ided
him in his ambition for the Presi-
dency precise!) because capri-
cious historj w as nol read) I
his eloquence and chose, instead,
la teed the Deed ol favoring a
gi him al; his ultimate I
which always seemed nationally
suspect, for he *-as a man who
though) too much, and which his
estranged wife nibbed into his
public wound bj calling him
Hamletesquc, a word despite her
own graceless bearing, thai singu-
larly became him; his apparent
penonal ompvomisea to main-
tain his appointed office at t lie
I'nitcd Nations, where the soli-
tude fed upon itsell In statements
of r S, policy he often mouthed
but did ii"i in facl feel: bis death
on the streets of London the
n ad -t esl enl ol
Bwsj from the decency and pri-
\,u> of man stipn mi >ai iifice
of himself m the sil I is
1 see him again, telling thi
lion ol his defeat in 1952 thai he
a aa t"o old to cry but too full of
pam to laugh l see his face in
1956 o\er the si rambled i i
grown cold, his eye- locked in
the agony of Indecision and Im
pending defeat I hear the echo
of his words al the i nited Na-
tions, nou strong, true
t on- ol his fi elings in Ihe How
of his poetic prow now weak
licj form* d
i he the sp ikesman in
i nan e ol his o\ rwhelming
ni d ic public servant.
querj
ick restaurant hack in
Yes. so years
i \ Stevenson
now and it i- sad knowing,
In- on ;md demise,
has made arrangements to fl-
its Distinguished Guests Dim
and Uie dinner dance of its Secti
of Taxation elsewhere. Both f
these events are part of the am -
a] convention program from At -.
J through Aug 1!. and were slat
i for the Hath Club The h-a ten of the convention where mi "
of the sessions will be held is
the PontataeWaaa Hotel to Mia
Beach. i
Powell emphasized in bis lett?-
to Abram that the B,.i Associi
?ion's Distinguished Guests Di-
ner is "a small party to bone-
prominent participants" at th
convention, and "has custom*
ily been jiven in a private club
i
The Par Association presldi
said thai despite the "diffit
problem" posed by the need
changi an am emeats made v\
a year ago" with the Bath club.
could nol "leave the As* < iation
sition where some night n -
interprel II i i tion
On Ihe qut rtl in ol prii ate clu
Po vi nted out Uial hi j ha
. u-c
.,- mil w i Id use a restaurant
ild offci com] ai ble
- foi
party.' II<
I have I
ertain. I ever be<
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ite clubs n his mat ncr in '
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AGUDATH ACM.M 630* Co"m Ave >*>
Orthodox
, i p.m. Satui *""
, 6:30 p.m

AGUDATH ISRAEL 7801 Canyie Ave
Orthodox Rant" Isaac Ever

A-4X.AT SHALOM CONGREGA
TiON. 9** SW 6?th Ave Oorthodox
Cantor Uriel Kershner
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AVSHE EVES. 2533 SW '9th Ave
Conservative. Emanuel Kushelewiti.
c-esident.
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BETH DAVID 2*25 SW 3rd Ave. Con
u.
CANDIELIGHTING TIME
23 Tconux 6:52 p.m.


servative. Race Sol Landau. Cantor BETH VOSHE CONGREGATION
AMI '2 Wash.ngton Ave t
do. Rabbi Dc Roaencwe.g

FLAGLER GRANADA W N *
Fp,Co..ry.t.v. Rabb Dav d Ros
en.elc Cantor George Goldberg
FT LALOEROALE EMANL EL W
S Andrew. Ave Reform Rbb
r chard v Lev.ton Cantor Jerom,
Klement.

HEBREW ACADEMY 24CO P.netree
Or Orthodo. Rabbi Ale.anaer S
Gross.
HOLLYWOOD TEMPLE SINAI
20-
Raor
William W. Lioson.
, ...,.". i in
fe:'.inlay S> a. in
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BETH EL. 500 SW '7th Ave. Ortho-
ccx. Rabbi Solomon Schift
---- ----
BETH ISRAEL 711 40th St. Ortho-
cox Rabb' Berel Wem.
I t | Pall)
- in< ha T p m
Johnson St Conservative
Dav.o Shapiro Cantor >endah
Heilbraun.
HOMESTEAD JEWISH CENTER t-<
Satur St HO'ettead Conservative Can
13630 W Dixie Hw> Conservative
Rabbi Richard Marcovits Cantor
Seymour Hinkes.

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BETH TFILAH. 935 EuC'd Ave Or-
thodox. Rabbi Joseph E Rackovsxy
SYNOPSIS OF TORAH PORTION OF THE WEEK PHINfj
M. sea choose* JOahua his successor in the pr.....m |,
i my
\nd he took J< ''"' ,>4f"^,' B*"
n And he laid hands upon him \ | n
phinehas 'And ^e Lord "poke unto M -
Phinehas the -"> o( Klea/ar Uw -" t Aaron I
;, Mv w (rillll (he children of larae. In that I
Mj Mke anwai *em. eo ftat I
I Israel In M) '"'"-> Wh'n, Tu^ "*
Lye unto him M) covenant of peace; nd It shall
,nd ti. his seed after him, the covenant of an eeei
hood' Numb 25 10-131
The children "f Israel wera commanded to '>. b
Midumtes Moses wai inatructed t> live the di
rhehad the inheritance of their fattier. *o tad died I
\. ,.i Joshua u h.s successor Tni P
with a d script** ol the observance of the various
Imf
tfisfi
BETH JACOB 30' Washington Ave
C-thodox. Cantor Maurice Mamches.
TE-H KODESH. 110
vedem T.i; tionai
Shapiro. Cantor Benjamin Ben-Ar
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t- v, \, .--..-. \
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BETH TORAH. 164th Si 1"0 NE nth
Ave. Conservative Rabb Max Lip-
schiti Cantor Ben-Zion Kirschen-
baum.
)-': ..1.. \ t p.m. Sal
cha i
SW 12th Ave. ------ a
*}" B'NA! RAPHAEL -.' N A "83rd St
Conservative RabPi Ha-c'c Richter
Cantor Jack Lerner.
IS- CLBA\ HEBREW CIRCLE CF Ml.
Hebrew Lesson
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ISRAELITE CENTER. S17 SW 2Mh
St Conservative Rabbi Shma-yah.
T SwirsKy Cantor Louis Cohen

JACOB C COHEN COMMUNITY
SYNAGOGUE -532 Washington Ave
Orthodox Rabbi Tibor H Stern

KNESETH ISRAEL 1415 Euclid AV
Orthodox Rabbi David Lr" '
Cantor Abraham Seit
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MIAMI BEACH ETZ CHAIM
-gton A>. O'thodox Rail
Ab'ahani Strassfeld.

M WONAiRES CONGREGATION
' Bra Rd Modern Trjoil .")

OHEV SHALOM lit Normandy D-
Orthodox Race Ph.neas
n
Th.j receontina of th Wtettly Portion of th* Law i, ,
traded and bai.d upon "Tha Graph.c Ki.tory o the j,
Heritage edited by P. Wollman-T.amir. $15 Publish.-
Shengold, and the volume i available at 27 William St.. hl
York 5, NY. President ot" tr> *oci1y distributing th. .e.-,kj
is Joseph Schlang.
THE RABBI SPEAKS FROM HIS PUIPIT
Dr. Herzl and Bialikg
Their \ ision oi Z'mi
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Massada's Foreign Legion
La -' > i ar, then w al Mouni
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TEMPLE I
AveContervati .-j
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H- rrn :- -- For Rabbi Lardau

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Men lei Selij baa bea i
cial comr
arrange the instaUatioo ".ibbi
S I Lan.iau at Beth David Congre
- Sept 12
Rabbi I^rkiau. th<- conj;rt-s:ation".s
ne spiritoaJ leader came to Mi-
ami in June from Cleveland. 0 A
veteran in the field of education,
he has alreads be;un a neu >er
of home diseussioii groups
amoni; Beth David members
Seng bai been a resident of Mi
ami for the paM se\en >ears or
finally corning Irum Maaia'llill
Amonc the participants at the
I 1-' function will be Rabbi Lao.
dau'i father, l>r Bsekiel Undau.
of t lion Beth l>ra'l ir. \< u
York Cit\

^E SRAEL OF GREATER Mi
am NE -oth st Rdonr Hjrr
Josec R Narot

TEMPLE ji-DEA 32C Palern
LiDera:-Reform. RabBi Man t [
par

TEMPLE MENORAH 620 7ith St
Conservative RaOd Mayer Abram
ov.iU Cantor Edward Klein
a
TEMPLE NER TAMO 10th St tna
Tat.im Waterway Modern Trjj
t onai Rabb. Eugene Lilu.li Can
tor Sau H Breeh
TEMPLE OR OLOM Conser.at .,
t7K SW Itth St. Miami RjBb.
Samei April Cantor Nco Feloman
TEMPLE SlNAi OF NORTH MIAMI
2-00 NE 15th A. R.to.m R1Bt
Dan.i m Lew, Cantor Chet Gale
TEMPLE TIFERETH JACOB JI E
A.r h aieah Conse-.j- .
TEMPLE ZAMORj *a z.mor. A.,
-..it .r Cantor Ben D
TEMPLE ZiON B%>
-r R,|
T FERETH SPAEL 400 N
Rabb.
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of slaves and the fir-' tion pie Bialik aptlj
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CHAIM HACHmAS /il
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Victims Demand Trial Recordings ]
Beacn
(r*nl?i nnar nna nxuina)
VOLNG SRAEL
I1 VOt'NQ IIHStL.
"St St
OrtnoaoM Raoo. Sh.rlr, cu ".
N* Hill 1 '
BONN .11 \ The [nternettonaJ
mittee of I amp. aa orgaaiaa
of former inmatea "( Nati
tration can;- aaked Weal
German Justice Minister Karl We
" -:ials
' N fullv re
the pr..
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In sjbmittmg the request,
M,mann Langbain. chairman of
the Committee said that "not
only victims ot yesterday, but
Plenty w,n fc. grateful to tho
Just.t, Minister for ttsoto hi-
?oneal documents laid down in
th# protocol."

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loniYrt i,,< that :
tha! th ih Kt foil
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July 23. 1965
+Jewlst tier Minn
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op Disavows
ted Writer
(JTA>The Union of
Jewish Communities was
this week by the Church
Em that the clerical priv-
of Giorgio Trillini. an or-
[piust who wrote a number
?Semitic leaflets, had been
Union had complained to
npetent Bishop about Tril-
|att enti-Jewish work, an
: on Fr. Mariano, a staunch
it* of Catholic-Jowiah dia-
Trillini's work* aro uv
| styled after other known
litic books which woro
jted during tha rocont
of the Ecumenical Coun
lishop explained in his re
hf I nion thai he had re
permission for TrilUni to
the laic apostolate ami
antl Semite w;iy abusing
I title since In' is not a
fcotics Charge
>d at Jew
>\ .'. r\ \
as the
: i d i .i n
run citj
.it. lo a n port
i
kaj .i

i
.
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i m in 1) e r
I in the
Is a men
minorit) group ib
l<> -ip... n rse 'i sim
>-< oppressini .' h i-h re
>> DeGaulle:
Old Phoenix
Convicted Spy To
Receive New Trial
By MAX LERNER
Like Europe itself deGaulle U an ancient phoenix, shedding his old
feathers in the ashes of struggle, arising from them with new plume*
One would have thought that the members of the Secret Army Organi
ration, who have repeatedly plotted his death and whose most recent
plot came a cropper, would have recognized by now uhat the indomitable
old man is all but immortal Returning to Paris after more than a year'.',
.ibsence. one find, the same inclement weather, the same heavy guards
round public buildings, the same benevolent l>ut unyielding authority
exercised by tha MOM acerb fa'.herfigure. the same grumblings from
the left and nht. the saint' acceptance by the targe majorit)
A few thing* art new. since an election is coming up It haa become
clear as clear aa anything about de Gaulle that he has chosen his
success r an I thai ii is his first minister, Georges Pompidou, who is now
being widely called the dauphin The ehancea are strong thai alter de
Gaulle is elected President again he will not serve oul his full seven-
year term but will resign .it >me point toward the end. ifter further
buildup of Pompidou as his heir II is also clear thai the i ; position to
le Gaulle todaj is to > split and will offer onlj a disorganized resist
ince to his reelei ri in
The str itegj of ( rre, the M >r of Marseilles v
luled to i ppose de Gaulle, i* t" pul to ther fe lei tion i
centrist and left-ol ei ling the Communists Defferre">
ters who I ive si i the K< i 10 campaign and the Ken-
ledj and Johnson v Imini >trations lizin
>t l-"i ench : e> have hoen, cot
>j the Sew frontier with th is New Horizons Def-
n mighl ,
tut while I 4KP have dei idi d to throw n
,\ it
nuch i Defferre m S
has man; asU sternly se>

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TEL AVIV (JTA) Mahmoud
Hijazi. convicted Arab infiltrator
who was sentenced to death but
ordered retried by the Israel Su-
preme Court, this week sent let-
ters to the heads of state of Egypt.
Jordan, Syria and Lebanon, re
questing that they furnish him with
a lawyer to represent him at his
new trial.
Hijazi's conviction and death
sentence were negated by the Su-
preme Court here specifically on
the grounds that he had not been
given sufficient opportunity to ob-
tain an Arab lawyer from an Arab
st:itr- or some other foreign attorn-
> of his own chmce.
In his letters to the four Arab
government leaders, Hijaxi ex-
plained that, prior to his capture
after infiltrating into Israel from
Jordar, he had been wounded.
He stated that he had refused to
accept services of an Israeli at-
torney, offered him by Israel's
Chamber of Advocates. His new
trial >s scheduled to start in about
two months.
Me i -
: i be f the A
El Fal
tin

S
Armistice (
'[".
The> counter strategy of the opposition, as an alternative to Def
.. unions he i CGI US!A Appoints marks
an i verj F i nch phi n I t1"..-
splinter-] the left like th.it of Pierre Mendes l anci
'-i-hiiui it in thai -i federation ol parties without the '- il!
lack mass ip| orl and will only appeal to ->. tii ns ol the middle class
With-.ut saying thai le Gaulle has willed it thus, the fact is thai '.
Communists are very content with the recenl thrust "f deGaulle -
; n t n the) run candidate i their own it will to cul into Del
'em vote an.I thus insure de Gaulle's election II is not that they en
joy his policies "ti the lomestic Irani although even there .. delega
tion of the CGT recentl) had an amicable interview with him Bui the\
like what he is doing on the European front, in his efforts to turn NATO
nto a looser grouping, in his opposition to an enlarged Common Market
th.it would include Britain, ami in his continued grand quarrel with
Unerican influence in Europe. They are glad to profit from the arrest
inn of the movement toward political integration in Western Europe.
Most of all tlu-y are h.i|>p> about de Gaulle's new policies toward East
era Eurupe and the Soviet I'mon.
There remains de Gaulle's third front: his effort to make France a
great power in Asian and Latin American attain It is true that since
the French recognition of China ".here have been no real results accru
ing to France Irom that act very little increase In trade with China
ik) willingness ol the Chinese <>r North \ ietnamese to accept French
mediation It is also true thai ed lew results Yet the de ("..mile position, both on Vietnam and Santo
Domingo, happens i>\ one of those interesting confluences "i historj
to converge with the Communist strategy
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Friday. July 23 p$l
UdWi TU*** W. SAMUEL SILVER
PicketingHospitals-Nursing AmongJewish Girld
G J- ..,,,, M .-,,.,. \ sensitive p.on can reap irreat c.no.,,,,,-,' >m|
A headline we could iuir.t!> believe
was: "Catholics Picket the Val
I .ilion." But there it was and there
. television, wore the pickeis. walking
and down betore the Worlds Fan
t ice
Even the head of the Fair. Robert ft
y. --es (known in some quartern not as
I 9#a I in aa Pharaoh I did nol stop the
p kel. a!though his men Objected to
raids. .
The Catholic folk were protesting the closing down 01 -
( belie hospital in a poor section oi Brooklyn.

moSe in charae of the rted f"J
,ide. thai Ihej did net want to shut
LUl they were forced to because the facilities wen
ing obsolete and beeauea oi laek ol V**}- .
Thai laetrhraea lack of pen-nel ca Btten-
Il0 gripped me because when 1 I.....he hc...u;e I had
ju8l trom a visit to a local hospital ...... the ... .
rials liters were war a istag ihe hope Hut more girla wonw
go into nursing, .
There's a Jewiak angle here. For some reason. Jew-
ish mothers are averse to hoeing then deu hteri study
nursing Once there may have been reaeaea foe ban 1.10*1.
but they are nol valid any longer.
Capitol Spotlight: By MtlTON FRIEDMAN
^^-^ Aggression Can't be Defined Nom
Washington
American involvement in Viet
\ in and the Dominican Re-I
: makes il more difficult 111
define aggressi hi in the Near Easl
State Departmenl offii
woven -m'. a tangled web to jue-
S. Miilitarv actions that Con-
jpi ; centl) learned from dipl '- ]
mats thai Egypt's intervention in^
Yemen is nou somehow less objectionable, lesa ->-
ic-sive. and less possible to legailj define.
Seeking to equate the American role in Santo
Domingo with the Egyptian presence in Yemen.
the diplomats have confused the issues, it bad been
assumed thai there were differences, The Egyptian
foreign News letter By JOSHUA JUSTMAN
The Mapai Split
Jerusalem
taiHILE THESE lines are being
" written, the split within the
Mapai appears to be almost a fore-
gone cc nclusion. The final grave de
ci.-ion has not yet been taken, but
til-.- gravity of the rilt has reach d
a stage where the likelihood ol I
reconciliation between the "'ma-
jority" and the "minority" seemi
quite remote.
Earlier this month, when the question of 1
1 lion 1 le part) le for Ihe Premier-
ship alter nexl fall's Kvc-->' election came up al
the party's Central 1 ommiuee, the minority '
I nists" unsuccessful!) sought to transfer the
It p to a full party con' The
ll was 6 to 115 and
b] a majorit)
Premier Eshkol In a coi iae move an
was m ide to plai e Bei Gu at the lu
party election list aa the I Mr.
ol would be named ai the party eand
Premier. However, this oil was rejected bj
Gurion wl letl to the party's Secretarj
General, declared he would not serve as a party
figurehead without power
Y< dl this dec: | n by (he Mapai
Central Committee, Ihe waj | 1 co promise still
seenu jj ii Shimon
( se Minister ai
thai the
minority likely" remain in
its sti from wi1
It was q u ..
1 from "tempting" l
tit the pn
was e thai the fi
,i rion ar :
' inde-
!
>f sevi ed 0 j active su)
en denum
-up and 1 enl thai M
more in 11 stand at the helm of
the state.
Yct' ,,1C taken. Ben-Gurion
agreed with the rest of his supporters to give the
rity another two weeks in which to ace.pt the
proposal (or mvening ., full part) convention
"-.v. the Nfapai majorit) has rejeoted the plea
Indeed, the motion was nol even considered \ state
mem meed in exceptional!, sharp language eon
detuned all uik al>out spUtting the part) The
party, the itetement declared, "reject, the ar
wtrary charges of 'moral disintigratioa' leveled iby
against the party, the GoverameaU and its
and it urged member, to frustrate the coun-
sel ot division Minority quarter., said; -The final
bridge had been burned -
Has it? The public, wrote the Jerusalem Post
I anxious raiting to see i.....the,- the genius
for compromise that ha. Mag* m thc pa,t
u d agate bdbm to tiie fore.
, y e m e n with Sin > l
Vmerican troops are in the Dominican
. venl ( immunism, accoi
s n Vnd I I rces are
an President N I '' seeki
in Yemen
Congress mast ascertain whether the v
partmenl has made a finding *si in in Nas
...: case, The Foreign Aid Bill contains an anti
aggression clause that asks the President to wil
hold aid from nations guilty ol aggression.
Recently, David Bell, administrator <>f the I'.S.
Agency for International Development, appeared be-
fore the lions.- Appropriations Subcommittee on
Foreign Operations. Chairman Otto Passman, ol
I uisiana, asked Mr. Bell if the Egyptians "eeee
used then- militan forces for aggressive purposes
since we have bad an aid program there
Mr Bell replied: "II depends how you describe
their action In Yemen The chairman promptly
asked how Mr. Bell, aa aid administrator, would
describe it.
A polished diplomat. Mr. Bell said "The way I
believe the Secretary of State would describe it is
a situation where the Egyptians teal forces in Ye-
men in support of one side in an internal dispute,
and we do not consider thai as aggression."
Chairman Passman then asked: "Are we play-
in: with a coin with a head on each side?"
Mr. Bell grow more frank. He explained that "I
am careful about the use of the oid 'aggression'
because the Cmted Steles boa put troops in a court-
try in support oi one aide in an internal *"i*|*rlf and
we do nol consider that as aggression."
it was then recalled that Secretory of state
Rusk told she Committee thai "we knee been trying
since 1918 to ascertain what ., -res-".", is and we
have nol !*' n able to pin it down j 11
Mr -,.dl> .,'- rvi he) started
in 1918 trying to figure oul 1 c,n and
the; to I il the)
e be.-n ui able to fbjui 1 Mr.
:- i'..- II never lx I are
it out \\u- afternoon "
Ha\ ing t of the
II ... ;
1 arily supportin < the L'.S. polii n Yemen, i
forthci mini the witn<
Mr : ,i with a
"no." Mr. Passnv n breath* r a s
said, "thai is fine!" Another point the chairman
wanti d to make certain in considi to
Mr. Nasser was whether he
'. v. ho told the An ericans the
hterranean "
William S Gaud, deputy aid 1 tor. e>
1 .
we should drown ours
. ice
from the profession of nursing Mo one who is 1
,,.,- the strainii re "f "I aaeaJd '->m* ^j
Other hand. It l a D% that in.,'. tr\, ^
ded even from cooeidoring nursing becaua
., mhihiHona
What with greater prosperity and incr-ied hoc*.
tel insurance more and more people no to hos-pDai, fa
ent I'.eautitul hospitals are \xtu\n tnult. j^rtej,
I apidl) enougdi, but quite briakay But thew astB>
tores and the latent equipment cannot bring be
Ihe ill without the blevved inmifctrv of niu>e>
ml be wefl for yotani women t.> -i-.-e rsnsi1
to this wonderful art Jeara ajasj paatM t hemej.
n..l professiofl There is truth in the jest u
grandn asked the >l 1 of her 1
and replying. The rabbi is three, and ilw. doctor fk
\- ..! rifir.it>'
thai n is noble to re
\ 1 thai ''>'' profession oarI
. visited ..
I Of mar.
v there is anorhi
OU will I..
.......lewish doct
r:ed out of their faith. U
. near b)
ah ui the mother
out in in the bo
a i;irl fi
,i iu want a doctor for a son-in-tew? H
1 al the same time h*ip
one ol this nation I proMema t.
.. e 01 n.i -. -
Off the Record:
By NATHAN ZIPRIN
Buber's Status
pASHI OBSERVES ..i one of his I
most famed passages that when I
a t/addik come, to a ctt) he linn; -
radiance and that wnhan he de
part- th.re is a void, emptli
darkness. Martin Buber was n
t/addik in the conventional or or
th departure has created an intellecl
ujI void in Jewish life that will
lake long to fill.
The world ceneralK rec.trded Bliher as philos-
opher, but it is m tin- ffeM <<( Jewfti peeoeetipa-
tn.n thai he will survive in the anna Is of history
liis greatest virtue perhaps w..s hia eapiwify to
arvei ..- .ipail from thinking,
lie was no mere theologian this man with im-
poaait I and personality Mis was .1 relieto'is
\v iltun i.eeeiMed
pattarna Reliajaon to nin was an eapeaSesice, nut
a and it eeaoe in t thi truly
..,il> and emo-
the h issmIu. inove-
rommui God u of a
t personal
It has "> 1 bei he "teried the
il.l ..f hasaidism a ate naosi in Inaalh,
..s it baa i"--*-" to ttK'
emeart, baa Uen an
hi cm ac-hie\-e an in-
throuah intwnato i-
with his in thli he wee pre
", fonader <>f the has
>ie .if ig after the -rUT area
.. lie
sin nor wa> he
\>Ml\ 4inl in
bean and
1
Ai We Were Saying: By ROBERT E. SEGAL
Data Collectet
QLD ANTHONY COMSTOCK
*^ fouuht with the I mi.mi forci n the
Civil War and soon thereaftei
satisfaction ol seeing state li
pa>s laws he proposed for curbing 1.
fellow-Americans' sinful way-
be at all happy with todaj Supremi
Court.
For seven of the nine tap jurists in
Washington luce struck down
cuVs birth coatrol law; and even tin ld.
J char vu. bare little use for the I. >";
The Comatock Law. 1 fed,,-,! measure, Inspired sin i
lar laws dozens .,.,..
Massachusetts on..... ,,,.
the boglnnukg was that it made
information obviousi) '"'
information put out l
a. church h,
atoek's eonfuaad legal p "'
donee ,lu.
Scientific Purposes
' iir kno ledge nndei east)
B tor cenaors in the fed*
uoa not loiu a
Deal in AJbany, holding Nee York St
.....'-'up methods unconstitulai
n evidences of tl..- justified revoh a
' law to s,i(nt. upaa aocksti the real
,astl oral quirks some eeateaa This is
'> thai law most not bv .s^,| 1,, help >ho* dee*
'' to p...nt up the ovarlaad piaaad ea I
' I would tell 1M h,'ii ve RIB) daln,
II ojuoach our thirst, and Ufl o.r eyas
RMWU
I hgbi tor freedom t. disseminate birili
to ...Ims,. m a rr led women re
nianned parent head, and to engage in tiie tra..
"" '-' >ata ..1 c.nlrae.-ptnrs Ql an old OgM
"" Today. ,t is perhaps beet dramatized ^ "|<
m winch aOBBty, st.,ie. and federal ark the iNnta laaaa pacte 01 Umil) c.HiiiMi,ng.
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Robert F. Kennedy, of New York, presented two awards
ed in honor of his brother, the late President John F. Ken-
on behalf of the National Council of Jewish Women at
national biennial convention in New York City recently,
memorial awards, two hand-crafted braas menorahs. went
iss Dorothy Height (riqht), president of the National Coun-
of Negro Women, and to Vice President Hubert Humphrey
abentia. At left is Mrs. Joseph Willen, president of
JW. Miss Heiqht was cited as an educator and civil riqhts
der for her "key role in developing and inspiiing a gen-
tion of talented and dedicated women leaders across the
^ited States and throuqhout Europe, Asia and Latin Amer-
Mi. Humphrey was honored for his work for the nuclear
t ban treaty.
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Eban Calls
15 G's List
'Secession'
TEL AVIV (JTA Deputy
Prime Minister Abba Eban ac-1
used the David Ben-Gurion faction
d Mapai, "Inch announced that
it was officiall) committed to run
an Israel Worker- List" in the
n xt elections to Parliament, of
bcinn "secessionists.'
Addressing a Mapai meeting at
Rehovot, Mr. Eban said that "tho
gravity of what the secessionists
have done to Mapai lies not only
in the fact that they left their
party, but in their abandonment
of the basic principle of democ-
racy, majority decision."
At the same time, former Deputy
Defense Minister Shimon 1' e r e s
told a group of Ben-Citirion follow-
ers at Becrsheba: "Israeli citi-
zens are being educated to con-
fornusin. We want changes in Is-
raeli society. We are not forming
Mapai-in-reverse, we are not con-
stituting a retroactive Herut. we ,
are not a Stalinist Mapam. We are
an Israeli party, the cleanest party
in Israel Wc have no feeling of
revenge, but of faith, though Ma
pai. in fact, deposed Bon-durum,
who is the greatest living Jew."
Arabs Warned On
Water Diversion
Continued from Page 1-A
daaa of freshly commissioned Is-
rael Army officers. He noted that
Syrian water diversion schemes
have not yet Ix-on --helved despite
the fact that the Israeli army had
peered two direct hits on Syrian
equipment used li r aueh work "A
second country," he said, 'is also
proceeding with diversion opera-
lions." That reference was obvi-
ously to Lebanon.
'Those uoing on with he declared, "will have to bear re-
sponsibility for the consequence- '
The Arab projects arc aimed to di-
vert waters from streams that ul-
timately or directly teed into the
Jordan River, whence Israel now
Usei waters for its National Water
Carrier aiding irrigation in the nor-
thern Negev region.
Gong Addresses JWV
state Rep Edmond J. Cong arl-
dreased the newly-formed South
Dade Post ol the Jewish War Vet-
erans on Sunday morning at the
Howard n Restaurant on
Dixie Hwj Kendall.

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Crystal Chapter Puts
'Finis' to Season Here
A 0(/<
ornan s
IMeM

.., p| ipten of
Found*
tntial treatment Center
tiviUes
pal '- a( Hie
SI 168th
Be ich
nter, \\ Inch
last ary, to-
.-thmal-
(rom all parts of the
!., i: iccepta chil
- of -"ll1 '"'
lor or
i )
, napter headed by
\ r Hoi bberg, in
.- tvatlaMe
.. : ,, room, alao
. bus to the center for
!iil ,hun Other chap
: presidents who dadt-
. ..i the centi.- were the
Chapter, Mrs Sidney
dm F Kenne ly Chap-
ter, Mr- Martin Rolnicfc; South
Dade Chapter Mrs Syh ia Bujak);
an James
1 he een er op rate I by the
' -t nnatic Children s Foundation
. Florida, with hinds lupphed by
the natia hich inti
ti build similar facilities through
out the l nited States The local
resddentiaJ treatment cen er i- the
first
Officers ol the local group are
Samuel Sell denl t Ice
Meat, Mrs Witii.im C. Han-
ii rd; treasurer, Albert Hoch-
berg; sod l-rael Friedman, secre-
tary, Board members are Mayor
Chuck Hall, t><-ri Zion Ginsfourg,
Biward Laasman, William McDon-
aid. Herberl s Shapiro and Miss
AJice Serving on the Me l
leal B a.! are Dr Morton L Ham-
mond, Jam* ll Putnam, Meyer B,
Marks Jack \ Rudotptl and NelSOQ
ZiviU
"Jewish Floridliairi
Miami, Florida, Friday, July 23. 1965
Section 3
Writer Edythe Schindler
Wins Top Fiction Award
Schindler whose inter-
. ,. reater Miami personal
. regulart) in The J<
I has WOO anotlu-r na
I
lOriHf SCH/NDlCt
tn.nal award (or her short stones
Mrs Schindler received fourth
rise t'r her story. "The Ex-
I inge." in M international con
lest sponsored *>\ Writer's Disjest,
The contest eas limited to un
published manuscripts of 2,000
la OT under.
Th prisewinnii I j tells
an n ie I coupli mfroi
I ,: is n -"in
ng exi

Ovei n .-.-. wen
lied to the contest I
. i ,, :: \:
1 It

I
i
the 1964 I '
. '
.'..I Pei woman tion has b| pear* I
in such fine "litdc mag nines' as
North American Review and Ave
Maria toother ihi ti storj has beei
purchased l>> Woman's own id
Ixmdon England
Women of the Crystal Chapter of the Asthma-
tic Children's Foundation Residential Treat-
ment Center are on hand for the presentation
of a new bus to be used for the transporting of
children to schools and churches from the
Center. Funds for the purchase of the bus
were raised by the women during the past
season as their project. Shown (left to right)
n
j
ALITC
bv ISABEL GROVE
Postcard from Rome declaring
Northern Europe was faacinat-
i v.. are kn sunny it
1 v..\ v'i i- overwhelming"
; : r L retta and Faye
. -,i.nii
irs Joeef* atlntaes
v ill I), 11 oore I on her 7.v.h birth-
.-., Senior Citiieni Aaao
Miami Beach, of which
- I, under and honorary
ptesidi Function will be
this Tuesdi I 0 p m at w ash
n Washing! *
sta < unlng to
ide Mayor
- veil ai I Mrs Reose-
v Manager 0 N Pu hkin,
and Dade Count) Mayor ihuck

Ml and Mrs Morris Kahino
a t/ ar back In 'heir Brickell
A\e home alter a five-week tour
'f Israel, Italy. Switzerland,
Pram i ., | England The tour
alsi marked the couple's 2Mn
ng anniversary, which they
cell fcrated la Haifa, where Moi
ns wai also Kuest of the Diamond
O'b The tr p was m> -t ex-
citing according to Morris and
i sure, but mee ing their daugh-
Roberta Tbbeck and Janet
Sue, and niece. Barbara Joy Koff,
at the Miami International Air
port, carrying the largaat bou-
quet of flowers and .i Welcome
H >me sign, "a- the ireateal thn'.l
Of all.
ft
Mr and Mrs l.eon (Anm
llarth Of Miami Beach, left Mon
,::, i. r Israel There, ahey'U
be joined by Leon's brotber and
aister-in-laa Mi and Mr- MUton
Hart. Of Miami, uh l are due to
a:nxe Julj .".> ReaJon for the
i.iunt i- a reunion with tw o bro-
\ i. ham and Jacob Harth
and their families, who live in
Afula. recent immigrants from
Rumania This will mark U
yean sine the two sets of broth-
ers have la seen one another. .
Xhe M Plan to stay in Is-
rael a month
Back from trip t" Washing-
ton, v York and Toronto are
Rh da .n I Michael SOSSiO
'l.iey were accompanied on the
-week tour bj then
Mark
*
Recovering at Cedars of Leb-
anon Hospital i- pioneer Miami-
an Dr Charles Beckwltt .
Deauville Hotel on Sunday ni.'i.
Continued on P 5-B
are Miss Bess Kauffman; Mrs. Edward Cowen.
treasurer; Albert Hochberg. treasurer i~-f the
Foundation, who accepted the gift; Mrs. Albert
Hochberg. president; Mrs. Sam Golub, vice
president; Mrs. Israel Friedman. Mrs. William
Wood and Mrs. Betty Harr. vice presidents;
Mrs. Lewis Serbin. secretary; and Mis. Mae
Forman.
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Friday. July 23. [$g
Sunshine Chapter
Slates Luncheon
Tuesday Noon
Sunshine Chapter. B'nai B'rith
Women, has completed plans for a
luiK-tieon. to be followed by cards
and man jong. on Tuesday noon at
Washington Federal Savings and
loan Auditorium. 699 NE 167th St..
No. Miami Beach.
Mrs Morns Bernstein, chairman,
announces the following will as-
sist:
Mrs. Jack Hoffman, co-chairman.
Mrs. Alfred Fairmount. Mrs. Mark
Stem. Mrs. David Silverman. Mr;
Ann Better. Mrs Yetta Rosen. Mrs
He'- ma Klein and Mrs. Irving
Schoenfeld.
Mrs. Frank Burc is president,
.-nd Mrs. Thomas D Friedman is
.xiblicity chairman.
Schechter School
Change Made
To Fit Child'
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Reg the enl
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Discussing results of the coffee meeting of Mount Sinai Hos-
pital Auxiliary Sncck Bar volunteers last week are Co-Chair-
men Mrs. Mickey Michaels and Mrs. Samuel Rosen. Look-
ing on is Abe Michaelson, new Snack Bar manager. Volun-
teers met to discuss plans for the coming year. ^^^^
Former BeacMte, Now at Cape Kennedy,
Wins Top Toastmistress Award

-
Onea. Shabbat
Slated at T
The v\i and ywh\ ol <'..
,., | pr*nl the third lain
,.i ones Shabbats this Sat
urdaj afternoon, l p m due to the
success t the Initial two pro
jrama." sUted Pawl Fnake,
dent of the VMHA
Ma.i\ letter* and telephone caUa
have conn- in congratulating the
V.MHA (or this new cultural adven-
ture in the community.' he dc
dr. red.
Included on thU rominc program
v ill he a Brotherhood theme based
oa behfieal eeeoapts. perforaaed by
the Young Peoples Theatre W< rt
shop of the Y A talk on the lift
and wart of me Jewish art
is*, Chagall, wilt alao hwpreaeiite I
by the art apecialial Ursula Von
livid itrsward.
Other pt-'"t,,r"':"- :r""P- Wl" in
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tor Variet) Ch Hospital
The educational exhibit shows
actual photographs of children re
ceiving care in the hospitals is
clinics, and tan be folded into a
portable caae.
Executive director William A
Taylor will use the picturedispU3
as an adjunct to hi> speaking eri-
gagementa before local organiza-
tion* and elubl
"Nearly 50.000 boya and girls re-
ceived care in our Out Patient De
partment last year," Taylor re
ports, adding that free care
amounts to some $700,000 annu-
ally.
Bergen-Belsen Monument
JERUSALEM-(JTA,-A monu-
merrt to the victims who perished
at the hands of the Nazis in the
Bergen-Belsea concentration camp
was unv. [led atop Mount /
'" ernmeni
communal lea
hundreds ot aurvivors of the
camp, maajj of anhaaa can:.- for tin
mu roup
headed i,, Josef litaimft. chair-
man of the Federation of Bergen
Bel.Nt-n Minn..
Or Olom Ladies *
In Splash Party
Temple Or Olom Si-t -..,
planning a swim and spla.>h party
on Saturday evening .luh ?,\. at
the home of Mr. and Mr> Ell
King, 18*1 G9"1 Avc
\ 1 arbocoe dinner and fj
v. ill be included in the aff.i r
Serving on the Boatei Cm-
miuee are Maeaamea Ralph i istal,
(iii Leviae, Jack Raymond, Jack
Milh OoIdmarkandChaiiai
Mutt
Mm Hurra) Roeenherg is S Ret
ent. and Rahhi -
\p..: spiritual leadoi ot
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WIRE THE STARS AND HfA\ VOl'R FESrWTIFS
AT THE BttUTIFUl UVMVI DECORATED
STARLIGHT 15 AMJnOO.M
ir WEDDIN *
RECEPTIONS
LUNCHI -^S
i ati: It I \ u
Strictly Kosher Foc'.litiei Avcilablr Uni)tr Suarrvlsiaa *f
RABBI TIB0R H. STERS
Miss SHIRLEY, Catei FR 9-3792
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Beach, Superbly
J and executed
vicJJings, luncheons,
business mecuuga
pt. ranging from
10 to 1000.
OR
e/n a miaml
country club
setting
isi is the
key not? o: your affair
t die phuhaena of
the Doral Counuy Oub.
W edJings, confirmatiooa,
bauijueis are enhanced
by the country club atmos-]
phcre of this reaort-eslale.
For complete details, plrmse caaff
Ur. Dtnld Kovae, Director of Food and aWaaajaj
Doral Beach Hotel and Country Club
JE 2-3600
MEET PERFECTIONISTS
IN THE CATERING FIELD
THsy art unequalled la their eroftuiea.
m They ra Cw ALide's eettriag staff. They
" will gajaj i success of any party... a
' wedding... i Bar MiUvah*... a business
av mtstini or saocisl luncheon. Thay "ill
Jtrvi from 20 to 1000 iftoers with fine food
expertly prepared in rat diLido's newly
decorated Coti.iion Room. They'll arraaft for
whsttvtr spKt you require. Call
Mr. Taichner at lEff arson 80811 for the
best (unction you've ever had!
A tlrfein Pamllj Iriorarlos
ocfMfaoai cotiiNS KEkui txo imcoik aoso Miit
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BBS 9HEBH
1955
* An/*/ fkr/fttr
Page 3-3
U.S. Commissioner of Welfare to Speak
At Pioneer Women's Confab July 25-28
lea who will attend the four-day convention of the Na-
Iticma' Children's Asthma Research Institute and Hospital at
benvei on July 24 through 28. Highlight of the convention
I e dedication of the new building to house 24 more
-hildre: :.-om throughout the nation without cost or regard to
race c- religion. Left to right (standing) are Mrs. Robert Fish-
,!. nh Dade Chapter; Mrs. Stephen Contos. Greater Mi-
Cmi; Mrs. Sam Finkel. Pe&hkin Chapter. Seated (left to right)
Mjj Herbert Teller. Lorber Chapter; Mrs. Gerald Kluger-
Iman. president of Council; Mrs. Bertram Whitman. Miami
Beach Not shown is Mrs. Lil Pames. Breath of Life Chapter.
lary Poppins' To be Theme
\ par* on "Mary Poppins" will
e of the innual ihow
Torah Da) i'mp to
r-.ijy evening, July
inner, unip director.

pen will participate
.il sti tw a nidi Is dr
arol "' i mile.
llishlijirHs of the camp program
include visits to Eastern Air Unas,
Miami Seaquariiim. V i s c a y a.
Homestead Air Force Base. Pun-
land Part in Ft Lauderdale, (ran
don Park Zoo. cook-outs at Haul-
over Beach, trip to Banjo Billy
Show, and a combined Bold day
with Temple Menorah.
Congratulations
in order?
.- no further! Our expert catering
. a-range your party right down
silver ashtray. Engagements,
. Bar Mitzvahs. Birthdays
if very speciai handling.
Parties from 25 to 500
Call Morris Waldman JE 8-5731 far
an appointment.
He'll be happy to discuss your plans.
No obligation, of course.
Waldman
DIETARY LAWS STRICTLY OBSERVED ([[)
By Special Report
Dr Ellen Winston, United States
Commissioner of Welfare, will be
one of the feature.I speakers at
the loth anniveraarj convention of
Pioneer Women to be held in Ptaila-
hla. Pa., July '-'3 to 28. Mrs.
Blanche Fine, national president.
announced.
Dr. Winston will deliver her talk
i- part of I Special symposium en-
titled "Women Build a New Soci-
ety The symposium will high-
lijlht a luncheon dedicated to the
LOCAL DELEGATION
Greater Miami Council of
Pioneer Women will send a
delegation to the national Pi-
oneer Women's convention
beginning Sunday in Phila-
delphia Heading the delega-
tion is Mrs Milton Green,
national board member and
president of the local Coun-
cil. Others include Mrs. Mo-
ses Meyer, vice president of
the Council here and a mem-
ber of the Convention Steer-
ing Committee: Mrs. Fred
Sandier, president. Kadimah
Chapter; Mrs Joseph Lowie,
president, and Mrs. Celia
Wolf-on. A viva; Mrs. Sarah
Bobier and Mrs Hannah Cen-
ter, Beba Idelson; Mrs Jo-
seph Krantz, president, and
Mrs Leah Notkin and Mrs
Jennie Seitlin, Club I. Mrs
Abraham SeHzer, president,
and Mesdames Oscar Zeltzer,
Anna Quaker. Gussie Binder
and Rose Lerner, Golds Meir
<'luh. Mrs Kate R Coral
Gables Chapter; an.I Mrs
Julius Rubinstein, Business
and Professional Club Kil.it
ON THI OMAN AT 4rd BTajKaTT. MIAMI BEACH
t
chide Harris L Wofford .ir aasoci
ate direct! r of the United States
Peace Corps; Dr Mane Syrkin,
Brandeis University professor, ed-
itor of the Jewish Frontier, and
chairman of Pioneer Women's An-
niversary Year; Manheim S. Sha-
piro, director Of the National Jew
ish Communal Affairs Department
Of the American Jewish Commit
tee. The Sheraton Hotel in Phila-
delphia will be convention head-
quarters.
In the United States and Canada.
Pioneer Women, the Women's La-
bor Zionist Organization, promotes
participation in civic life and Jew-
ish cultural activities. In Israel.
Pioneer Women provide almost
half of all social services for wo-
men, children and youth, in over
1.000 child care and immigrant re-
habilitation centers.
Temple Zion Sisterhood
Temple /.ion Sisterhood
nij Algieri
Hotel i rdaj at 9 p.m Gift
ki nd at the Algiers Hot
will be a feature of the ev rung
in | : resen ations is Mrs.
ch.
Jet Pilot Wins
Fishing Record
Capl Mil Apte, Pan American
Ajrwaya Jet pilot and salt water
fishiim made, has just set a new
world's record for fly rod tackle ,.-
the Club De Pesca de Panama in
the Bepuhlie of Panama.
On June 30 Capt. Apte fouuht
and successfully landed a 136-lb.
Pacific sailfish while using 12-lb.
test line
This is Capt. Apte's second
world's record from Pinas Bay The
other is a 58-lb bull dolphin which
was also taken on a fly rod
Capt. Apte lives at 1053 SW 31st
St.. Miami.
Haw.
Business* Me><
Special Occ,
> that
tttnfl.
el. or
talon

You'll find complete
facilities to exactly satisfy
your needs in the Kismet,
Aladdin, Scheherazode and
Rubaiyat Rooms, be it for a
wedding or a private party I
for Information*
HAZEL ALLISON
Catering Director,
JE 1-6061
founders of Pioneer Women Beba
idelson deputy speaker of the Is
raeli Parliament and general sec-
retary of Moetzel Hapoalot, sister
inization of Pioneer W< men;
..id Miss Adebo, daughter of the
S i rian Ambassador to the Unil
>ns, will also participate in
the sj mposium.
Another feature of the luncheon
will be the presentation of Women
ol Honor Vwards to three outst ind
tiians, K ithryn O'Haj
ih.ui. treasurer of the United
States Dr Catnei ii Mat Farlane,
cher; Count) Court
p Juanita Kidd SI o u t; and
r Marion Andei ion
; e convention, which will be at
tended bj over 800 delegates rep
resenting 50,000 members through-
out the United States and Canada,
will i feature work-hop- and
discussions on American affairs
and Jewish life in the U n ite I
States Delegates will review Pi-
oneer Women's accomplishments
during the last two years, and
chart the course of the organiza-
tion's social service and education
programs in the United States and
Israel to meet pesent and future
needs
Other special speakers will in-
Bean Bonanza
For the Summer
It's salad season and subtly-
aeeaonad beans fit deliriously into
slimmer menu making This make
ahead dish is made in minutes,
too
Bean Bonann
1 package 19 oz.) frozen cut wax
Im-.iiis
1 package (9 OS.) frozen cut
green beans
', CUP Planters IV.uuit Oil
t; tablesp wins vim
i teaspoon sugar
'v teaspoon sail
i4 teaspoon pepper
1. cup chopped 01
Lettuce leaves
Cm k beans accordii
ctioiu Cm li. mix
Planters Oil, i ine
pepper Add > loled beans in I
Cover reii Igei ite several hour-.
Add onions and serve on it tl
Fcr Elegant Functions
'Complete Catering Facilities tor that Specia
""party served in superb fashion setting that
will reflect your good taste.
^CONFIRMATIONS RECEPTIONS WEDDINGS
BANQUETS MEETINGS PARTIES
A Tete a tete or a gala calibration with 3.SOO cuasta.
DIETARY LAWS STRICTLY 0BSERVE0 UNDER THE SUPERVISION
OF RABBI TIB0R H. STERN
EAUVILLE
aunui. 1 INI .-!
Charles Miller, Executive Food Director
PHONE: UN 3-8511
ON THI OCBAN AT
7t*t (TrtlET, MIAMI BEACH
'.
Comes to the aid of the Party
Masterfully prepared cuisine and
magnificent atmosphere are
combined to make any size func-
tionfrom an intimate reception
to the big wedding of the season
a brilliant success! Every de-
tail is faultlessly attended to by
the experienced and dedicated
staff.
the little difference*
make the big difference
J .. qui 0 JHIJ.I n. I
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tjcnistfkrrfrtr
Friday, July 2~ "-B I *
... &4bout if\eeple and jP/ac
LOOK MA NO PICTURES
Ruth ar. -' bacK' from a
hrfpt ^
T -xww-cfd a raging blizzard in Sujuer-
opened the car window to take -
tun of the snowcapped mountains and bu
froae One dowr.. and two to so They
the day they were
Ruth took a picture erf Charlie with
- v.e ice cream vend r only la^t year.
Charlie *a- In shirt sle*\e TV..- year he had u
ear a aweater and jacket.

NOT BECAUSE SHE IS THEIR DAUGHTER
Jente and lti-- Ariler afcinh that their daush-
U r, Bactnra, writes the MOM interesting letters.
S* wrote from Israel thai she floated in the Dead
Sea. which is 30 ptrcent >alt. She said that there
I -.. f;-.. iried r-eneath the Dead Sea. and
L .-oara hopr :hai -he il be there to see the e\i-
\ itioa ui at .ca.!< om She epped in the same
Q a of ^'^eba talked in.
HENOERSONVILLE. NORTH CAROLINA
;; Stanlej Myers are
bang. ::rerr-rrt K--
r and < -: v u
-
her
Boemn

;>!ea< ire to read.
> *
SHE COMMUTES
Del v.-- Raymond Ru;
lack!
v re the Rabat family r
p in
i one time r. Del held a Boa \
partj | .-- Esther Green, who left for a trip to
husband. Albert I: VM
CS
on. done ir. 9*1 on* inheritable way
, s :,-lectable d*shes Ttw
codtes dripping down
e bottles and homemade tafoli a wide
- .^h noodle stuffed with cheese and avocado.
H added to the calories. Amon;
-- were Moll-. X1 William. Altman. Lucy
Simmie Mrs. Pauli Bai-
nef Urs WiUiaa) Lehman. Mrs I "s->
Gor Mrs. Barnard) Kramanky. G
V-. y: r -. Cohen, and Bunny (Mrs. Rav J.>
a
SURPRISE SURPRISE
It w a Dr. Morris Zimmerman birtMiy.
and their very good friends. Mr. and Mrs Henry
D Williams, had invited the doctor and his wife
Hannan. out for dinner that eveninz Instead,
when they arrived for cocktails, there they stayed
all of their Uriel ng "Happy Birth-
rijV i- waa .. ntd ..-. oufl
white daisies. Among
Dr. and Mrs. Max Pepper. Mi and
Larry Marks. D:
Mr
tte Mr. and ':.- :'. j

SHE TOOK NOTES
Joan Ack hi-me from a
t to a < laii
a Miami fnivi student, wl
engagement I an-
nounced. 1 ''> a different
Every day she wrote a ion-' letter u>
love France* Lihmin
Trial Lawyers To
Convene Here
Bmatheri
i
ers for the 19th annual coo-
vcnt.on of the American Trial
rs on July 24 to Aug. 1 at
ach j i_ma
iv 5.00Q lawyers and famine-
are enpeeted to attend the (
t.on which will headquarter at the
Fontainebleau Htel
It probably will be the b,
VTL convention in hi accord-
log to President Bill Ootooo, -t
Miami ,
\mon2 well known lawyers who
will attend and ape** *
Belli, counael lot Jack Ruby.
'<"> of Mls"
will be a main speaker, as
Young Violinists Perform
BRUSSELS(JTA Tw :, .,.
Israeli Molinists. Vnkoahua E>
-tcin and Yair Klez. who r,at(l
been studying in Belgium
acal years, gave a com. i p*.
formance recently for V
abeth in bar Stuyvenhta _
Both artiata won Brat ai
I at the Brussels I
atory and were later adm
a three-year stay at Ui.
tli Musical In.stitm,- when,
they continued their eta : -j^ |
gut-en warmly congraUilu-
two Israelis
urll as Dr Edward Anni- rrf Mj,
ami, former prc-ident of A
Medical .\-ssociarion. and i
S Rhyne. past president a|
Bar A-ociation,
WUEE WUEE FMKH
JUST MAIL A CARD OR LETTER AND YOU
WILL RECEIVE IN COLOR A BEAUTIfUl
JEWISH CALENDAR FOR THE NEW YEAR
PlfASf Mill TO THf
WMttEK ovi; piio\isio\s ro.
No. 1 ALTON ROAD
MIAMI BEACH. FLA.
FOR A USTl TREAT TRY OUR
TRpUUEREK0BEEFIR P A > K F 4IU T S Tr 8
KiSHEBLICIOVS
Emanu-EI Schools
Now Registering
For the Fall
ration is now in prog
of Temple
- -
The cduc
Dr
- Lehman and BaawMl '
Lett ectoi
" i Scbechti
Daj School which is re gist
for
sh ai :irtment:
u
the S
nt.
- will be-
I Aw ist.
also acc< :
mei
Eai ition will as
teats for
ligh Holy Day set
ed in the mtmbe:
IVs pure JLOXury
Aasuc< s c- |hd '."* hm
4m
*9*&j$$B#
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\
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And LOXiiry begins with the finesteream eheese
At last! A margarine
with all three .
1. I00o DAIRY FREE
2. LIQUID MAZOLA
CORN OIL
3. NEW NO-BURN FORMULA
MAZOLA
MARGARINE
That's Phili lofcoui 5the tastiest
cream cheese of all. And frcshe becaui
fastest selling brand in your | ;
So when you give your family this feast of tender No-, a
Scotia and bakery fresh bagelsmake ii pure,
LOXury with Philadelphia Brand Cream Cheese*

PHW
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Kraft on th packag* \t yo_r 5 r.-t of
> finaat for flavor, fraahntaa and p-r.ty.
[KRAFTf CERTIFIED KOSHER


Friday. July 23. 1965
+ UUtJhrMton
Page 5-B
Socla lit

by <^7sabcl C^
ued from P9 IB
Contin
.,. ... of shower honor-
ewly-nurrled Dr. and
, nee Scfaine She
. ,, Bookbinder.
I .,,- mdSta Charles
..... Hostesses were
,. Bookbinder i""1
m Bookbinder .
i oriel honeymoon,
III embark on aa
Mxl month in I.on-
. .
Beth has lolned her two
Hark and Robert
,r .i third time are Mr.
-v Edward s. PeMman. <>f
'i ler. Mrs. fold-
, former Ariene G
: .,,: i are Mr and
,; ,. !>". i". i.inuin. ol McKcee-
.-.' Mr .mi! Mrs Simon
. Miami.
loochnaa, eomptrollor al
Retirement Hotel,
n ed ir-.ni '-:.!.
to Ireland, Scotland,
l Denmark
'
i
pe.
!
n .....ther
i
: r rhildi en this
I

mo of the
. Dr Mi
stdent i>f the

SI :
fali and w ill "|[. r
ui it] to I rn a
. Mu.sk Do
fi ted charming bride
erta Diane Stepkin,
.Mil marry Robert Martin
fhieaaaan in mid-Aufloat, h; boea
in a whirl of excitement istlfe
prc-nuptial ahawari and lunch-
cons ajvoil in her honor during
the last month ... A misci llan-
mm skjaojor hosted by her aunt.
Mrs Toby Fisher, and cousin.
Mrs Sol Greonberf, awe baUJ at
the home ol Aunt Toby in linen
briar Batatas Carrying out
the wedding color scheme of va-
ried pinks and ri d s aa h
i Hilled umbrella and dolls dn
ill as brkte and hndal attendants
made In Roberta's mother, Mrs
Stdnej Stepkin Among guests
were:
eadamea Grandma Mary Step-
kin. MHne> Stenkia, Sum Stiver,
Bjoberl idler, Albert Sussmaa,
Samuel l.iclxiw. Morn, Kaler.
s.oiie 1'ont. Nathan Sokoi, .lack
Kaler. Merntaa Kalor, William
Kalci. Nat Shiiltz. Moe Schatz-
man. David Royvie, leedore Sch-
warts, Howard Mcyi r
Pon n..1 Sih i r-
berg, Sam Friedman, Henry \p-
ple, ",. nblum, Mil-
ton Ku-i:o ;'. Sara Pollock, Jay
BITE SIZE KNISHES, J
Blintzes & Fancy Hot or Cold *
Hors d'oeuvres fof yowr cock- *4
tail party or next social func- \
tion. Made to your order. Free ,
Delivery. FOR A TREAT HARD J
TO BEAT Call 532-1855. If no j
answer 532-5W3. *
rove
Tina Cm dull. Sophie
Wi i-s. Sidney Goldstone, Cal
Pont, Harold Pont, Leonard
Font. Ira Randafl and Frances
Sussman Also the Mi&ses
Penny Kussinof, Linda Fisher,
Susan Green berg .
n July 7. sister In law to be,
Mrs Robert .viler, entertained
Roberta's sororitj sisters and
young married relatives and
friends at her home in South
Miami with a shower in her hon-
or Pink and red row were
used in decorations Guests
included;
Moadames Grandma Mary step-
kin, Toby Fisher, Sam Silver,
Sidney Stepkin. Albert Sussman.
Calvia Kaler. Leonard Kaler. al-
bert Levite. Kenny I'lei.-hci. loci
! i ibov. Milton Slote, Georj a Us>
ter. Helen l.ieVrman. Arnold
Sefaattmaa, Leonard Groanbaum,
Sam Schat'/man. Kirhy Silver,
Dll id Silver Arthur Rowan, Pi-
anna Wei.*. Also the Misses
Hi.me Werner. Judy I.efeoe,
Helena Hremier. Linda Slote.
Kind Berk. Eileen Apple and
CaswJ Allen .
A delightful luncheon in the
heatitiful Caprice Koom ol the
Sorrento Kestaurant VMS tender-
ed by couhiiis the Meadames Jack
Kaler. Herman Kaler. William
Kaler. Oilman l'ont. Leonard
1'oni and Howard Berger ... A
eorassga of lovely pink carnations
was presented to Roberta .
Cu.sis were the Mesdames
Crandma Mary Stopkm. Sadie
l'ont. Morris Kaler. kaadore Sch-
wartz., Sam Friedman. Albert
Sussman, Sidney Stepkin, Sam
Silver. Sam Schat/man. Kirl.y
Silver, Dai id Silver, \be Silver,
Jack Kaler. Herman Kaler. Col-
man Pont, Leonard l'ont. Renee
Perry Of New York. William Ka-
ler. Arthur Rosean. Sol Green-
berg, Clara Mazer, Dave Hern,
Harold Pont ami TObj Fisher .
On Aug. 8. a brunch It being
planned in honor of Roberta and
Robert by Aunts Mrs Sam Silver
and Mrs Morris Kaler at Mrs.
Silver's homo, tot Malaga, Coral
Gables Guests will be the
bridal party, uniles and aunts,
and out oi town guests Re-
hearsed dinner w.ll be hosted by
the bridegroom's parents. \ii
and Mrs. Albert Sussman. at th
Dil.ido Hotel, prior to the wet
j
when Evelyn and Ben i i I
went on their annual trek to A
lanta to attend their family n
union, the) look the I i
Their first st< p was In Sai laot
to \ i-u their newlj wedded an
. nd h'- wife, July .
Then over to Mobile, win re their
daughter, Judi, met some oi hi '
u r SEI I Y frien Is A sight-
seeing trip into New Orleans
where they rode a Street Car i"i
50 mties for a dime Over to
Montgomery to visit tin Ed
i |i ,n- 'i hen i Atlanta to gi l
together with their relatives fn
all parts of the country Mi -1
stop was m Franklin, N.C., w hi i
little Patti d u g up some nil
sapphires "n to GatfJrrburg,
Tenn., where rbej enjoyed tl
sights and ate hand-made cattdj .
over '" Hendersonville, down I
Charleston lo \ is.it Pans sister,
then back io Sara la to tell the
>i un iouple .nl about the trip.
Their children, Michael and c.
ol, held the fort for them here in
Miami while ever) one etse
aw ay.
\ Judge Nathan
Eyes Circuit
Court Bench
I:. v.th.m. senior jurist
II i hints Court, said this
a ill be s candidate fa
bjeship in '.lie IBM
i< el ion-
lay! jilt. ith the late
e \ll.n. thai it is the
lo rev ard good pub
th pi omotkm to hi
16, a i thai he
to bring tO ( ireui'
,n ol i Kperi
turity" bet ause "i his
lii i service.
Most Florida circuit judcj*i
Bra appointed directly from the
active practice of law. Few ever
lave trie opportunity to get judi-
:ial experience before becoming
circuit judges.
'Experience in ttnaling with neo-
- from the hemh. plus
ance and patience that come
with 'hi- experience, are of vital
mportance when you refloat that
circuit judges have jurisdiction
Over life and death," Nathan said
I also think my 13 years as
Small Claims Court judjie indi-
rate I posseaa the pcopec tcni|>ei'-
ament lor a jurist," he said.
1 established this court, oriain-
Bted its procedures and have
erved for more than a dwade as
Prod ores and
e| ng court record!
i h I devised are now In-iny em- I
ountleaa othar eourta
' the nation." Nathan
aid
GOOD THINGS IN LIFE

Babels...and Good Coffee
p *"
No taste in the world satisfies like a bakery fresh
bagel...and a cheering cup of Maxwell House
coffee. Both arc constant, unchanging and match'
.Vss in the joy they giveeach in its own, a tiadi- ^
inal favorite in lewish homes.
MAXWELL HOUSE
I N STAlf T OK R K<; 1 L AH
Good to the Last Drop!
<*X* I M*
1
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K meant Kaihtr. Under
Rjtait Htmh Ken and
Mpervision ol
Bernard levy-
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Friday. July 23, 1<$j
Page &-B
WOMAN OF THE WEEK
She is the Woman of the Year of the Florida Ladies'
Auxiliaries of the Jewish War Veterans of the United Mates.
Belema Steier. now Mr- Max Kern, spent her school days
in Jamaica. Long Island. She took dancing lessons and e.o-
cution. and at 12 \ears of age was an accomplished ama- ,
teur entertainer. At 14. she had a manager, did singing.
dancing and script work Then, she gave up her car-er be-
cause her mother, heartbroken over the tragic death of
her older daughter, needed her.
Through a strange twist of fate Billie. as she was nick-
named, met the man she thought was so handsome and
whom she was later to many in Miami She then found.
six months later, that his place of business was right next
to her father's in New \ork City.
After they were married in 1942.
Mac went into the service. He sold
his business and bought income
properties for his wife, who was
about to become a mother. Donna
followed in the footsteps of her
mother, Billie: the whole dramatic
bit. She was the first child to model
in an airplane. At 16. she was in
Miami Undercover.
Billie took her to New York.
working with her and preparing
her for dramatic work. She was
offered a contract for the movies,
but Mac said no. Heartbroken,
mama and daughter got over their
disappointment, and Donna is now
crazy about her job. even if it isn't in the movies Brother
Norman is now 18 Billie. taking an example from her
mother who was active in Murachi and Young Israel,
plunged into organizational work with the same intense
feeling she had devoted to dramatics.
Tne impressive list of activities for which Billie won
the coveted Woman of the Year Award includes even-
phase of Jewish War Veterans Auxiliary work, among them
president of the Auxiliary and the Department of Florida,
as well as state and national positions. She was president
of the Miami Beach Council, B'nai B'rith Women, and
active with then on the state and national levels. She was
also active in Nautilus PTA. on the Board of Governors of
the Greater Miami Jewish Federation, chairman of Heart
Fund drive for six vcars and of the March of Dimes for
three vears, worked with the Miami Beach Social Service
C3. Cystic Fibrosis, Civil Defense and instituted classes
for Senior Citizens at the YM11A.
Besides all this and much more, she has and always will
find time to help her husband. The Kerns have a dress
factory. Belema Inc., where they do their own beading and
trim, "-hu is the designer.
Needless to say. Billie wears dresses that her husband
designs Since Mac can only concentrate at night, he has
hteraliy pushed Billie into doing so many of the duties she
now performs.
Billie, who has been president of Flapps for the past
three years, realized that past presidents do not fade away
they don't even retire gracefully.
1". :pps. whose real name is Florida Ladies' Auxiliary of
nts of Jewish War Veterans, gives them a dif-
I a different way of being a past president.
Billie writes the shows with which Flapps entertain no; only
n. but underprh that need enter-
. Billie bones thai she and her
sband, who is a former JWV post commander, will be able
now, she feels that the
fuJ feeling she gets when she gives 'it hersi
her husband say to a
: How pn ud I am of Billie and the wonderful work
in the i immunity."
Levine, Cohen
Wed in Alabama;
Will Live Here
The f o r m e r Sherry Ann cohn
daughter of Mr. and Mrs Bernard
David Cohn. of Tuskagee Alai.. be-
came the br.de of David Martin
Uvine son of Mr and Mrs. Irwin
Levine, 850 0 SW 120th St.. on
Thursday, June 24
The double ring ceremony, held
at 8 p.m.. at Temple Beth or in
Montgomery, was conducted by
Rabbi Nathaniel Zimskind.
Given in marriage by her father
the bride wore a gown of white
silk peau de soie fashioned with
a portrait neckline The bodice, a
semi-blouse effect ending at the
waist, was encircled. 89 were the
elbow-len^h sleeves, with bands
solidly encrusted with pearls and
crystals, and buttoning down the
back with tiny self-covered but-
tons.
The bouffant skirt formed a chap
el train, and her finger-tip veil of
silk illusion was attached to a
crown of crystals, She carried an
all-over embroidered handkerchief
tha: belonged to her paternal
grandmother, the late Mrs. Bessie
B. Cohn. Her only jewelry was a
diamond pendant She carried a
bouquet of stephanotis. lilies-of-
the valley, and purple-throated
white orchids.
Honor attendants were Lois Sam-
uel and Mrs. Sidney Levine Brides-
maids included Marian Ehrenberg.
Lucinda White. Wendy Cohn. the
bride's sister, and Robin Levine.
the bridegroom's sister. Lisa P<>-
dem served as flower girl. Mrs
John Patterson was in charge of
the bride's register.
Sidney Levine was his brother's
best man. Serving as groomsmen
were Jimmy Cohn. the bride's bro-
UKS. DAVID UVWI
ther. Irving Epstein, Irving New
man. Stanlej Cohn. Jimmy Ep-
stein. Ushers included Robert
Cohn former Gov John Patterson,
Charles P. Miller and Knight Bar-
man.
Following the wedding ccremo
ny. tht- parents of the bride enter-
tained with a reception in the ball-
room of the Jefferson Davit Hotel
Attending the nuptials were Mr.
and Mrs. Gotlieb and Sam Cohn.
grandparents of the bride, and Mrs
Louis Epstein of Miami, the bride-
groom's grandmother.
On their return from a honey-
moon in Nassau, Mr Levine and
his bride will live at 4450 SW 67th
Ave.
Miss Bookbinder
Weds Physician
fn Connecticut
Hi- :,;, Mrs bartes B r-skbimW,
, | ihe Rec ncj Hot) -. Miami
Beach, ar.no.ince the .
laughter, Carole, t.) Dr U*.
rence Sch'ne, son cf Mr jn uel Scbine, Westpor. Conn., on
Sunday. July ;
Dr Scbine attended the Gn
i er) ai I was graduated fr im
I Bnd the i Diverail .| Ver-
mont i eg* of Medic
His b graduate oi \"rman,
.h p r e p School, attend I ''..
College ind %M
, m the r la i.oj.
Tecan
Fouaastof the r*r*rnNiy. heir. in
rt. Conn the 'not
a honeymoon 'rip to v rfc
. : .-. turnin
where Dr Schln* began servict
a ;,. o i ,,; Je k-or.
Hospital Hi previouslj
dent in medicine there
Dr and Mr-. Schine ar livu -
Belli P 20 l>!and i
Bi -t man was Roberl EU<
rrphew .'i Vimiral Hym.in Rick-
over, and brother-in-law : the
..... Matri n of honor was Dr.
iter, Mrs R
Rickovi r
The bri of Pumpernik'i RaatauratU The
-room- uncle is coovr. -r of I
ler l)"'- Track.
October Rites
Are Planned By
Isabel Bernfeld
Simian, Tescher
Betrothal Told
By Her Parents
Mr and Mrs Lawrence Smilan.
of 40 sw 58th Ct, announce the
engagement of their daughter Gail
Suzanne, t" Donald Roberl I
ex, -on of Mr- irma Teacher, i400
S\v 91 si Am and the late Harry
Teschi r
The future bridegroom will grad-
uate from the Universitj >! Florida
with a degree in accounting an plans U) attend law school.
\l... Sn ttending the
Universitj oi Florida and will grad
uate in April from the Colli
Education Sh< a member of Al
pha Epsilon Phi Sorority.
The wedding i> planned for Hie
-in..i.. r of 1966
ton
is*
Mr and Mrs Icon BemfeW
Euclid Ave.. annour "
en; of thnr da : .'^ter,
beL to Martin H
Smels n '
Mr a n d Mr-
Benjamin Mnel
sun. 96o tk-oan
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High and Atlan
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and Mitleling
School At pres-
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Mr -: I
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i : Fieri : ind Rl 1
Electroni< I He
now ..
his lath-
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Ortobi in) mni
MISS CAIl SMILAN
AJCong. Radio
Show Sunday
Announcement was made this
week bj Bernard Segal and Abra-
ham Grunhut. chairmen of the
Commission on Internauonal Af-
lairs. American Jewish Congress.
Southeast Region, of a series of
radio broadcasts on Station WMIE
beginning this Sunday. 5 p.m., on
the Pacem in Terris (Peace on
Earth) Convocation.
The convocation, an international
gathering to examine requirements
for peace, was assembled in New
York City last February
Opening meeting of 2,500 people
was addressed by Vice President
Hubert Humphrey and IN Secre
General U Thant, among oth-
ers.
The Sunday program is being
lOred by American Jewish
Congn perl of its Agenda for
on WMIE.
Cong. Pepper to be Guest
I ong. and Mrs Claude Pepper
will be guests of honor at a sum-
mer coak-out and fish fry on Fri-
day in Hialcah at 254 East 5th St.
Plans for the party were made re-
cently at Miami Springs Villas by
. ommfttee headed by Jack Beat-
ty and Bob Daly. Also serving on
the committee are David Stu/in.
Dave Zipperson. Paul Brockman.
Wally OrwalL Ed Wallace and
Jack Hanks The committee an-
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gin at 4 p.m.
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MS. HP4NUH KIKANT
lekant, Miller
[change Vows
jfore Dr. Narot
performed by Rabbi
oph Sarc-t in his study at Tcm-
.. former Susan
Miller and Kenneth Nelson
Sal irday, July 17.
L I Mr and Mrs. Eli
I : tonia Kd Biacayna
Mrs Rekant had her
I rol Inn Miller, as maid
I
i Miami Beaeti High
| : Miami Schoid
jhc bride is on the
j Comstock Elementary
tool
the son of Dr
l h Kekant. 1*95
icayne PI His
r. Stepl Rekant, terved 3s
Miami Beach. -Mr
lc of the Univer
the university's
He is a member of
Pi social fraternity.
., ii. ita. legal (rater-
i i pption and dinner
: imlly, the c i for a honeymoon trip to
I and A( apuko On their
i Mill live at Baa Part
liss Karlin Will
larry Dentist
n nl of 'heir dough-
Mareia i- announced
li elect p.iri'iiis, Dr
' Karlifl of 2451
- i u Stanle) i i
I
in the son of
..: in and the

.: iduate of Adal
[aland, and ii
C unty Si
Trudy Feller
Becomes Bride
Of Dr. Glass
Trudy Feller, daughter of Mr
and Mrs LouU Feller. 796 Alton
Rd., became the bride of Dr. Elliot
M (Mass 00 Sunday evening. July
4. with Rabbi Mayer Abramovitz
officiating A reception and dinner
at the hotel followed the ceremorn
The bridal town of chantttly lace
waa deatgned with a bouffant skirt
and scalloped neckline, dotted with
pearls and sequina, and the bride
carried an arrangement of i rehids
and Ills of the valley
Attending the couple were Rhnda
Conn, matron of honor. Dr Stanley
Glass, baa man. Roy Needaaman,
Sidnej Needleman, Lawrence Hal-
lander and Miles Bank, IBJtora, Alan
Cohn served as ringbearer and Deb.
ra Cohn ( flower cirl
Now on the faculty at Nordland
Klemcntary. new Mri Clan ia .i
graduate of Miami Beach Senior
llith and the University of Miami
s< hool of Education
Her husband, a veterinarian, is
currently on the faculty of the Uni-
versity of Miami School of Medi-
cine He is a graduate of the I ni
versity of Miami and Auburn I'ni-
vanity, S.hool of Veterinary Medi-
cine He is a member of American
Veterinary Medical Assn.. Flori-
da Veterinary Society His parents
are Mr. and Mrs Benjamin Glass.
3240 SW 21-it St.
On their return from a honey
moon trip to :he West Coast, trie
Itewtywedi "ill live in South Miami.
Sunshine Chapter
Slates Card Party
A lun.-heon. followed by cards
and mah jong. bj planned by Sun-
shine Chapter. B'nai B'rith Wo-
men, for Tuesday noon at Washing
ton Federal. 699 NF 167th SL
Mrs Morns Bernstein, vice pres-
ident, and Ml? Jack Hoffman are
co-chairing the afternoon, assist
ad h\ Mrs. Alfred Fai.-mount. Mrs
Mark Stern, Mrs Herman Klein.
Mrs irvmg Schonfeld, Mrs. Yet-
ta Roaen, Mrs Ann Better and Mrs.
Dai Id Silverman.
Mrs Frank Burg is president.
and Mn Thomas Friedman is in
charge of pubUcit) Reservations
beinj accepted by Mrs Burg
and Mi Klein
i led the i i
ind graduated from
tj "( Maryland College
.
are planning to be
. August
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der Krumer," ia scheduled, baaed
on a rtorj i>> one of the great Yld-
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Sforim
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PLUMBING
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First student to register in the Hebrew Academy North Dade
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The Hebrew Academy is planning a first and second qrade for
the North Dade area to cover Miami Shores, North Miami,
North Miami Beach and South Broward County. The North
Dade Branch will be located in Unified Hall, 2300 NE 171st St.
Looking on aie Rabbi Alexander S. Gross, principal of the
Hebrew Academy, and smiling parents. Mr. and Mrs. Howard
Ralby.______________________________________________
Holiday Services At Blackstone
Rabbi Korf will conduct the High
Holy Daj services, with Rev Er
nest Field rendering the muaical
portions Of the liturgy Michael
So.>m is m charge of all hotel ac-
ti\ ities
For 'he fifth consecutive year
the BlackatOM Hotel. 800 Wash
Ington \\e Miami Beach, will
hold Hitfh Holy Day services open
to the public.
This year, for the first time, the
Blackstone is under the super
vision of the Union of Orthodox
Jewish Congregations Of America.
with stnctu Kosher cuisine
Supervision began last Passover,
and Rabbi Abraham Korf has been
holding daily and Sabbath services
at the Blackstone since then
Nome Organ Printed Gratis
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the Jewish Home for the Aged, is
D printed gratis by Jess Her
: u of > ihine Press, in memory
of his I PI te Mrs Anna
Waahbu Mrs Washburne was
the Douj Gal 'ens News' first
editor and a former resident at the
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Page 11-B
New Academy
Departments Get
National Acclaim
Expressions of 'ConKraUi-
L.tions.'" "commendations" and
"good wishes" have been pouring
Into the Hebrew Academy since
its recent announcement of the op-
ening of it- Senior HiKh School De-
partment. Louis Merwitxer presi-
dent, announced.
The school will feature a Boys
senior High School and a Girls Sen-
i< r High School, each a separate
educational unit.
Jerome Bienenfeld and Mau-
rice K e I I n e r, chairmen of the
High School's parent group, have,
reported that at a recent meet-
ing held at the home of Rabbi
Alexander S. Gross, "great en-
thusiasm was shown for the open-
ing of the new educational ven-
ture."
.V the request of the nth grade
nan lit- the school is planning to
open an 11th grade class this Sep-
tember. Ral t>i Cos-, principal, de-
clared.
A special feature of tV schools
organizational structure will lie
the formation of a Hoard of Di-
rectors consisting primarily of par
entl of sin fen's attending the He-
brew Academy.
The ('.iris High School, which
opened last year with a loth and
11th grade, will continue this year
with the addition of a 12th grade.
Negotiations for a site for the
new High School are now being
conducted by a special commit-
tee including Harry Genet, Sam-
uel Reinhard, Dr. Mathew Zuck-
erman, Jerry Schechter, and Mor-
ris Bienenfeld. The site of th#
new High School building will
be within the vicinity of me He-
brew Academy.
Just returning from an extended
trip. Rabbi Cross reported that
Jewish religious leaders in various
sections of the country "hailed the
establishment ot the Hebrew Acad-
emy Senior High as an historic
milestone in Hebrew secondary ed-
ucation
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Friday, fcjy 2:
ctrmingiy
h
< Jith ~'pp
OPENING ni,ru at the Grove
Playhouse is always ;m ex-
rung especially when
one is treated to rhe fine acting
..n Fontaine and Denni- Pat-
rick in "The Unc: iueot."
ters wire the
Pallot
-,1k theatre en-
st-skimming jac-
bad a cardigan neck) ne,
I was
vered

ormer Nat-
lot, who is

coral.
i the

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Mrs
i '
sS.
Mrs Harry Botwick made the
pink knit that .-lie was
Her overblouse was
casual fitting, and the scooped
neckline had an interesting lace-
ffect. Her daughter,
itv ick, also chose a knit in
white with a V-neckline detailed
in pink. Ribhed silk faille in an
ice citron color was Mrs. M.
Weimtein'l choice for the even- ]
in*. Her jewel necked sheath
had ; slight Aline flare to the
skirt, and a matching jacket com-
pleted her ensemble.
aqua moygashel sheath shirt and
', > Meyers
chose .1 eoral lmen sheath with a
matching tared sweater which
was short in the bolero fashion
with a capelette flare. A deeper
shade of pink ribbon was laced
around the border of her sweat-
er. Mrs. Ivy Thayer's Macfc silk
embroidered organza had an il-
and a triangular-
shaped matching stole. Her sis-
ter, who is visiting from Wash-
D.C., Mrs. Sylvia Sokol,
also chose black for the evening.
Her silk cr. V **** Matured an
emerald green insert around the
deep \ neckline which was em
broidered with jets and rfctoe
i ea
Mrs Sam Silver wa in thi
eUsaii Mack and white cheek
done in the tai shion Her
fitted bodice had the V-neckline
with a peaked collar, jel button.-
created a double breasted effect
and black patent completed thi
trim A burnt orange silk prim
in a modified oriental style was
worn by Mrs Mike town Mrs
Paul Harriett- shocking pink
moygashel featured lattice-like
inserts near the hem
* *
rE black and white check eon
bination was the choici o
Mrs. Bobbi Scbecter \ full
over a decoUeti
sheath combined to a stunning
ensemble. Mrs. Charles Gol
topped her black silk sheath with
a Chesterfield-styled coat in
white with black polka dote
Lemon yellow was the color ot
Mrs. Tonj Lane's silk alpaca en
serable. Her sheath had a match
ki i w.th the
full-length sle
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P nt. an honor rui -<"
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Committee to Meet With Rabbi Caplan;
Adath Yeshurun Seeks His Return
kaRS. Sydney Weintraub was
" seen chatting in a two-piece
Yesl.....his
week
s ti
Rabbi ;" t(l
- pulpit.
iplan, pn I f the
er Miami I i Associ-
ation, month and an
i ii he would form a
in the North
Miami Beach area
A meeting will be held Monday.
9 p.m.. at the home of Judge and
Mrs. Joseph M. Nadter, 18o?h) SE
9th PL In addition to the boats,
also on a committee to discuss the
question of Rabbi Caplan's return
are:
Dr. and Mrs. Donald G. Rosen-
berg, Mrs. Blanche Rosenberg,
Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Lewis, Mr.
and Mrs. Norman Glover, Mr.
and Mrs. Daniel Tonick, Dr. and
Mrs. Harold L. Gutter-man. Mr.
and Mrs. Norman Leiberman,
Mr. a.->d Mrs. Jim Jacoby, Judge
and Mrs. Joseph M. Uadhr and
Mr. and Mrs. Raphael Lcvi.
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never brought to
hi for
his thoughts ami were satisfied
thai our differences could be and
should he resolved," a Utter ad-
dressed to Adath Yeshurun mem
bers lh:- week declared.
"In speaking to the Rabbi, he
has agreed to meet with u> and
ail interested members of the con
gregation so that he may have the
opportunity to speak freely and
completely on the difficulties
winch prompted his resignation."
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I Plans Florida Training Confab;
m Director William Pinsley Slated
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1 B'rith Tri","-
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J ,. Inn, si Petersburg, Fla..
[ 0 to ug ,
let to tv vmttt-
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rvicemen Due
f Open House
Miami JewWl Uhltare
-, t [cea and Voter-
nmittee will sponsor an
nd luiKiicon recaption
Mil \ [or MTiiicnioii and
. ,. 0 ir current l\
i.,- Armed Force* al
rj instaHoUoi i
i nr, who m
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,i !\ the Je
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the poop, will
I ion
I i.it.ons to be honored
, work in providing re-
cuttural and recreational
s for men In the Armed
re Hadassah, Pioneer Wo
L E nai B'rith Men and Wo-
I Mionel Council of Jewish
I Jewish Federation, Mil-
\. 'emple Ner Tamid Sister-
[y. -tmple Judea Sisterhood,
it Israe'. Tempi* Zien Sis-
Congregation B'nai Ra
hai Women's Auxiliary Jew-
|h e.i-ne for the A*d. Sitter-
boc Temple Or Olom, Temple
Inw el Sisterhood.
Making the announcement of
th*> conference jointly were San-
ford Swerdlin, chairman, Florida
State Federation of Lodges; Mrs.
Murray Summers, chairman.
South Florida AOL Council; Mor-
ton Brown, chairman. South
Florida AOL Council; and Mrs.
Norman Danglo, chairman, Flori-
da State Federation of Chapters.
Program (or the St. Petersburg
function is as follows:
Friday, July 30 Registration.
6 p.m.: welcome and ureetiw:-. q
p in ; "DMfjff OB the Right," a
frimed .i< 'in Birth society meeting,
8:30 p.m.
Saturday, July 31 Florida
Inventory o| Problems for Jews,"
' 15 am ; "Ch" il Kuril's an.l the
Jtew," panel of noted discussants
throughout Florida, 11 am. ADL's
live Human Relation! i
lion al University Institutes, 2
i in ; tools an 1 te hniqui
.;> programs, in< luding i
i kit rutnoi clinic, doiN for <
tudj dfscussi m gi i
aviews i i .
..ioups and di-1 b>> bi iths
pin ; disoussion ,>i ADL structure
and polioy, '> p.m.; husi al pool-
sid>, 7 p ir
Sunday, Aug. 1 Sen;: annual
Ph rida ADL Regional I
Board meetin I m ; Inn.
speaker. William (i. Plnahf]
coming director of the Fit i a Re
ADL off;..' 12 30 p.m.;
la and seehniqupe for (01 min.
ADL Spt akers Bureau, 2 p.m.;
Whet Would You lh> 11' i
l>rrl)lrtii clinic. 2:30 p.m.
I
t
; ties "f the <>
.1 open 'hi' setii< e
r families following
'.mil cultural arts
'. Mil A will guesl
ptiofl sun mem-
I he program Is
; events
YM1IA
lassie1 Slated
|t Flagler Oval

i to the post Sa<
......
i >< in.. rid
the fifth ani
i ti ial < '..
[al Lilous i a
I her nine j>
I ( Lassie pi i limin
, i. ir n; open
I hi
i re ire three in th
defeated her. including
And il
i top ranked ri> ala
. of with the 185.000
the SSO.iMni |
! foi it would
upset.
who hold ins ovet
Bill Ewalt'i t ii
;, Jai k <. othrun's Cand>
. Red rears
tic favorite and
i> v. Iio il down
:,. opening line
with
i beat her twice
., tenth "i lu i
winnia | hi
t< Satur Ii
Di ..... thi ra her
I .; Whirl" Club
| la lOOSt her itock 1"
tl II :.
ota in i. I
meetlni
Lass series, but M
' i ad this set be< k
-ST
: rgman on Radio
"re d Bergnun, of Miami
Bomhes* of the Education
' ti of the Dade County Op
l*'t' A>-ocutiin, peered as
dteff on the 'Talc of Mi-
: Igratn over Radio Station
Mf on Wednesday. Subject of
i-i} "Adult Eye Care."
Larry Makela, construction foreman of Forte
Towers, and Mike Forte, builder-owner, are
shown with work crew diinkinq a toast in cele-
bration of the topping of Forte Towers North,
12th St. and West Ave.. Miami Beach. The
Former Miamian
Cited in Houston
By B'nai B'rith
Ft' ber f rim lj "i \ii
..mi i :itu selected Man of
the Vi;ii" by the ei :i,t u nai B'rith
Lodges of Houston, Ten
In addition to his "'her u irk on
If of B'nai B'rith, the Houston
B'rith Council especially
cited his "contributions toward
the improvement of interfaith and
race re Lit.
Some of Grossberg's other com-
munity activities in Houston in-
clude the National Conference of
Christians and Jews, board mem-
ber of the Jewish Community
Center, past president of his
B'nai B'rith Lodge, and past sec-
retary of the Houston Associa-
tion of Trial Lawyers.
His mother, Mrs Anita Gross
berg, who lues at 2386 9W 27t* Ln.
Miami, has recentl) returned from
\ isiting in Houston \* ith < I
. nd bis ire Esther, and their t" o
second of three buildings of the Forte Towers
complex was completed in record time of
three months from groundbreaking to topping.
Building is more than 65 percent rented.
FRED GROSSBfftG
tons, Michael 12. and David l The younger sin Grots! erg is thi
riaug Mr and Mrs. (joui E
Rosenstein, 2001 .sunset Dr. Sun
s.t Island i. Miami Beach.
Norton Tire Lists
Another Branch
i .1, in. their 4i-t year of
Morton T i I ompany will op- .
lie. branch si..... 'his Mon laj
il3 i Dixie Hwj., in Weal I
i h.
Mayors of Lake Worth P
n Beach
join President Norton Pallol i i
i ibbon uttin cen monies, signa
iiiK the addition ol tin ir 11th lire
set n in' icnler.
Norton Tire Company is one
of the nation's biggest B. F.
Goodrich tire dealerships, start-
ing from a little store in Oania
in 1924, which was opened by
founder Louis Pallot.
Blueprints for the future call fop
.mother brant h store on Bis
Blvd.. and ti>< eventual i
reconstruction of the main offices
at 27th Ave. and \\\ 54th S1 Mi-
ami
Jewish Radio Can Be Heard
DAILY IN MIAMI
P/SUl BAKFt
Beach Lodge
Set to Hear
Dade Prosecutor
l'aul Baker Vssistanl Si N
torn, j .II I Pro
Criminal Court of Re< ord,
ik to men I '
. h Lo d ol B il B'rith on
the inl.ido h
than -
R
i .... u ill dt -> i
the -cope ol il a rimi ial on ision'
acti\ in.
The meeting w h i c li will
chaired bj i
i. Miller and Ii x in
la tree ,,ixi pen to the puWli
rUng t.. l'i. sidenl Josi ph G
n an
Baker, i grodu ite of the I'm
versit) of Miami Lau hool ih>
v.is admitted to pi.i.h.c before
the Supreme Court of the i
Stab ~ m lift, |a i captain In the
l nited Stales Army Reserve
He served u ieu.il adviser to
two Dade County Grand Junes and
was named Chief Proscmtor in the
Criminal Court of Record by Go*
stein in 19.W. Baker is a member
of the Florida Prosecutors and Ma-
tional District Attorney's A-s-oi-ia-
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Friday. July **
Page 14-B
Viet Nam Debate
Slated Monday
A debate on Viel Nam
featured by the United Nations As-
sociation hereon M i 8 ">
Washington Federal, L2M Washing-
ton Ave.
Andre S. Bialolenkl. Program
chairman, said thai members of the
panel will include Dr. James T.
TedeM-hi. of !he P I)e
partment at the University of Mi-
ami; Miami Beach Attorney Her
man Grayson, mat r in the I 8
Air Force Reserve; Raphael K,
Yunes attorney: and Bayard B.
Strell president of the M iam I
Beach United Nations Chapter.
Cantor Salzman
Named Fellow
At commencement exercises on
June 13 in New York City, a cer-
tificate of Honorary Fellow of the
.Cantors Institute
I Of the Jewish
Theological Sem-
linary of America
was presented to
(Joseph C. Salz-
Iman. formerly of
1 Miami.
Rev. Salzman
Iis at present son.
ling as both can-
I tor and spiritual
CANTO* SALZMAN leader at Beth
Israel Synagogue in Beaufort. S.C..
and also is chaplain at the United
States Marine Base in Parris Is-
land.
He has served pulpits in Savan-
nah. Brooklvn. and San Salvador.
President Johnson signs the
Excise Tax Reduction Act in
a White House ceremony in
Washington which brouqht
about the removal of S4.6 bil-
lion in taxes on a great va-
riety of consumer goods and
services, effected in two
phases July 1 and next Jan.
1. Sen. Georae A. Smothers
of Florida (riant \- Rep. Wilbur
Mills (D.-Ark.). front, and Sen.
Clinton P. Anderson (D-N.M.),
rear, were given souvenir
pens bv the President for
leadership in affecting the
tax reduction.
Miami Eyemen
Get Top Posts
TV .local opta I I '
elected to I ''''
idaOpI
n held this week in
l"'. l
anuel Pushkin was na
president-eleci of the si I
,,..,..,. and Dr Jack
k> was elected vice pre*
Both are officers of the Dade
Count) OptometriC Association.
Englander Greets Guests
Councilman Mai Englander
greeted a MJUUUMKmSis,tors
from Chile at the DiT.ido Hotel on
Spunday night The former vice
mayor told the Chileans that
"Chile, in our language, means
ciii.I But l ".nit to assure you of
a warm reception Farlier in the
week, Englander met an entourage
from Guate-mala.
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The Young Singlei Group of Tem-
ple Beth Am will meet on Aug S,
8:30 p.m. in the Youth Lounge.
After a short business meeting, Ed-
ward Grosskopf "ill address the
group on the theme. "The Art of
Creative Living."
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were honored at a reception fol-
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Agudath Israel Hebrew Institute
Rabbi Isaac Ever, spiritual leader,
dedicated his sermon to the Hers i
kowitz family.
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FLaMHDA N CHANCERY
No 5C 7199
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ni.in which you ma) havi annliiei
Hi.- -!;: -.1 William H'llaon -l..... !
late of Dade County, Florida, lo thai
County Judaea ..f Dade County, and |
file Hi.- aami in dupllcati and ai pro-
vided in Election 7*1.1*, Florida si..i-
Utea, in ili-Ir offlcaf in th. County
Courthouo In Dade County. Florida,
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accurate eervice at legal
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BBS 9HEBH 1955 *• An/*/ fkr/fttr Page 3-3 U.S. Commissioner of Welfare to Speak At Pioneer Women's Confab July 25-28 lea who will attend the four-day convention of the NaIticma' Children's Asthma Research Institute and Hospital at benvei on July 24 through 28. Highlight of the convention I e dedication of the new building to house 24 more -hildre: :.-om throughout the nation without cost or regard to race creligion. Left to right (standing) are Mrs. Robert Fish,!. nh Dade Chapter; Mrs. Stephen Contos. Greater MiCmi; Mrs. Sam Finkel. Pe&hkin Chapter. Seated (left to right) MJJ Herbert Teller. Lorber Chapter; Mrs. Gerald KlugerIman. president of Council; Mrs. Bertram Whitman. Miami Beach Not shown is Mrs. Lil Pames. Breath of Life Chapter. lary Poppins' To be Theme \ par* on "Mary Poppins" will e of the innual ihow Torah Da) i'mp to r-.ijy evening, July inner, unip director. %  %  pen will participate • .il sti tw a nidi Is dr arol "•' i mile. llishlijirHs of the camp program include visits to Eastern Air Unas, Miami Seaquariiim. V i s c a y a. Homestead Air Force Base. Punland Part in Ft Lauderdale, (ran don Park Zoo. cook-outs at Haulover Beach, trip to Banjo Billy Show, and a combined Bold day with Temple Menorah. • Congratulations in order? .no further! Our expert catering a-range your party right down • silver ashtray. Engagements, Bar Mitzvahs. Birthdays — if very speciai handling. Parties from 25 to 500 Call Morris Waldman JE 8-5731 far an appointment. He'll be happy to discuss your plans. No obligation, of course. Waldman DIETARY LAWS STRICTLY OBSERVED ([[) By Special Report Dr Ellen Winston, United States Commissioner of Welfare, will be one of the feature.I speakers at the loth anniveraarj convention of Pioneer Women to be held in Ptailahla. Pa., July '-'3 to 28. Mrs. Blanche Fine, national president. announced. Dr. Winston will deliver her talk ipart of I Special symposium entitled "Women Build a New Society The symposium will highlijlht a luncheon dedicated to the LOCAL DELEGATION Greater Miami Council of Pioneer Women will send a delegation to the national Pioneer Women's convention beginning Sunday in Philadelphia Heading the delegation is Mrs Milton Green, national board member and president of the local Council. Others include Mrs. Moses Meyer, vice president of the Council here and a member of the Convention Steering Committee: Mrs. Fred Sandier, president. Kadimah Chapter; Mrs Joseph Lowie, president, and Mrs. Celia Wolf-on. A viva; Mrs. Sarah Bobier and Mrs Hannah Center, Beba Idelson; Mrs Joseph Krantz, president, and Mrs Leah Notkin and Mrs Jennie Seitlin, Club I. Mrs Abraham SeHzer, president, and Mesdames Oscar Zeltzer, Anna Quaker. Gussie Binder and Rose Lerner, Golds Meir <'luh. Mrs Kate R •Coral Gables Chapter; an.I Mrs Julius Rubinstein, Business and Professional Club Kil.it ON THI OMAN AT 4rd BTajKaTT. MIAMI BEACH t chide Harris L Wofford .ir aasoci ate direct! r of the United States Peace Corps; Dr Mane Syrkin, Brandeis University professor, editor of the Jewish Frontier, and chairman of Pioneer Women's Anniversary Year; Manheim S. Shapiro, director Of the National Jew ish Communal Affairs Department Of the American Jewish Commit tee. The Sheraton Hotel in Philadelphia will be convention headquarters. In the United States and Canada. Pioneer Women, the Women's Labor Zionist Organization, promotes participation in civic life and Jewish cultural activities. In Israel. Pioneer Women provide almost half of all social services for women, children and youth, in over 1.000 child care and immigrant rehabilitation centers. Temple Zion Sisterhood Temple /.ion Sisterhood • %  nij Algieri Hotel i • rdaj at 9 p.m Gift %  %  ki nd at the Algiers Hot will be a feature of the ev rung in | : resen ations is Mrs. ch. Jet Pilot Wins Fishing Record Capl Mil Apte, Pan American Ajrwaya Jet pilot and salt water fishiim made, has just set a new world's record for fly rod tackle ,.the Club De Pesca de Panama in the Bepuhlie of Panama. On June 30 Capt. Apte fouuht and successfully landed a 136-lb. Pacific sailfish while using 12-lb. test line This is Capt. Apte's second world's record from Pinas Bay The other is a 58-lb bull dolphin which was also taken on a fly rod Capt. Apte lives at 1053 SW 31st St.. Miami. Haw. Business* Me>< Special Occ, > that tttnfl. el. or talon You'll find complete facilities to exactly satisfy your needs in the Kismet, Aladdin, Scheherazode and Rubaiyat Rooms, be it for a wedding or a private party I for Information* HAZEL ALLISON Catering Director, JE 1-6061 founders of Pioneer Women Beba idelson deputy speaker of the Is raeli Parliament and general secretary of Moetzel Hapoalot, sister inization of Pioneer W< men; ..•id Miss Adebo, daughter of the S i rian Ambassador to the Unil >ns, will also participate in the sj mposium. Another feature of the luncheon will be the presentation of Women ol Honor Vwards to three outst ind tiians, K ithryn O'Haj • ih.ui. treasurer of the United States Dr Catnei ii •• Mat Farlane, cher; Count) Court p Juanita Kidd SI o u t; and r Marion Andei ion ; e convention, which will be at tended bj over 800 delegates rep resenting 50,000 members throughout the United States and Canada, will i feature work-hopand discussions on American affairs and Jewish life in the U n ite I States Delegates will review Pioneer Women's accomplishments during the last two years, and chart the course of the organization's social service and education programs in the United States and Israel to meet pesent and future needs Other special speakers will inBean Bonanza For the Summer It's salad season — and subtlyaeeaonad beans fit deliriously into slimmer menu making This make ahead dish is made in minutes, too Bean Bonann 1 package 19 oz.) frozen cut wax IM-.IIIS 1 package (9 OS.) frozen cut green beans ', CUP Planters IV.uuit Oil t; tablesp wins vim i teaspoon sugar 'v teaspoon sail i 4 teaspoon pepper 1 cup chopped 01 Lettuce leaves Cm k beans accordii ctioiu Cm li. •! mix Planters Oil, i ine pepper Add > %  loled beans in I Cover reii Igei ite several hour-. Add onions and serve on it tl Fcr Elegant Functions 'Complete Catering Facilities tor that Specia ""party served in superb fashion setting that will reflect your good taste. ^CONFIRMATIONS • RECEPTIONS • WEDDINGS BANQUETS • MEETINGS • PARTIES A Tete a tete or a gala calibration with 3.SOO cuasta. DIETARY LAWS STRICTLY 0BSERVE0 UNDER THE SUPERVISION OF RABBI TIB0R H. STERN EAUVILLE aunui. 1 INI .-! Charles Miller, Executive Food Director PHONE: UN 3-8511 ON THI OCBAN AT • 7t*t (TrtlET, MIAMI BEACH '. Comes to the aid of the Party Masterfully prepared cuisine and magnificent atmosphere are combined to make any size function—from an intimate reception to the big wedding of the season — a brilliant success! Every detail is faultlessly attended to by the experienced and dedicated staff. the little difference* make the big difference J .. qui 0


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1965 +Jenlsi rkridRrun I Plans Florida Training Confab; m Director William Pinsley Slated Page 13-3 I %  | r II L roth annual Anti-Dcfami.. 1 • B'rith Tri ","i,| be h-K, at uJ ,. Inn si Petersburg, Fla.. [ 0 to ug '• let to tv vmttt' beWilliM G. I'.nsley. > %  ...,„! ih.Florida Rci be M'lrvicemen Due f Open House • Miami JewWl Uhltare -, t [cea and Voternmittee will sponsor an nd luiKiicon recaption Mil \ [or MTiiicnioii and ,. 0 ir current l\ %  i.,Armed Force* al • r j instaHoUoi i i nr, who M ... HI (or thi-i com ,i !\ the Je i i the Home | .,Base I.i Nathan the poop, will I ion I i.it.ons to be honored work in providing recuttural and recreational s for men In the Armed re Hadassah, Pioneer Wo L E nai B'rith Men and WoI Mionel Council of Jewish I Jewish Federation, Mil\. 'emple Ner Tamid Sister[y. -tmple Judea Sisterhood, it Israe'. Tempi* Zien SisCongregation B'nai Ra hai Women's Auxiliary Jew|h e.i-ne for the A*d. Sitterboc Temple Or Olom, Temple Inw el Sisterhood. Making the announcement of th*> conference jointly were Sanford Swerdlin, chairman, Florida State Federation of Lodges; Mrs. Murray Summers, chairman. South Florida AOL Council; Morton Brown, chairman. South Florida AOL Council; and Mrs. Norman Danglo, chairman, Florida State Federation of Chapters. Program (or the St. Petersburg function is as follows: Friday, July 30 — Registration. 6 p.m.: welcome and ureetiw:-. q p in ; "DMfjff OB the Right," a frimed .i< 'in Birth society meeting, 8:30 p.m. Saturday, July 31 — •Florida — Inventory o| Problems for Jews," 15 am ; "Ch" il Kuril's an.l the Jtew," %  panel of noted discussants throughout Florida, 11 am. ADL's live Human Relation! i lion al University Institutes, 2 i in ; tools an 1 te hniqui %  .;> programs, in< luding i i kit rutnoi clinic, doiN for %  <• % %  %  tudj dfscussi m gi i aviews i i ..i oups and di-1 b>> bi iths pin ; disoussion ,>i ADL structure and polioy, '> p.m.; husi al poolsid>, 7 p ir Sunday, Aug. 1 — Sen;: annual Ph rida ADL Regional I Board meetin I m ; Inn. speaker. William (i. Plnahf] coming director of the Fit i a Re ADL off;..' 12 30 p.m.; la and seehniqupe for (01 min. ADL Spt akers Bureau, 2 p.m.; Whet Would You LH> — 11' i l>rrl)lrtii clinic. 2:30 p.m. I t ; ties "f the <>•• • .1 !• open • 'hi' seti i < e r families following '.•mil cultural arts %  Mil A will %  guesl ptiofl sun memI he prog ram Is ; events YM1IA lassie 1 Slated |t Flagler Oval %  i to the post Sa< ...... i >< in.. %  rid the fifth ani i ti ial < '..•• [al Lilous i a %  I her nine J> I ( Lassie pi i limin %  ,• i. ir n; open I HI i re ire three in th •• defeated her. including %  • And il i top ranked ri> ala of with the 185.000 the SSO.iMni | foi it would upset. • who hold ins ovet Bill Ewalt'i t II ;, Jai k <. othrun's Cand> Red rears tic favorite and i> v. Iio il down :,. opening line with i beat her twice ., tenth "i lu i winnia | hi t< -• Satur Ii Di thi ra her • I .; Whirl" Club | la lOOSt her itock 1" tl II :. ota in i. I %  meetlni Lass series, but M % %  •' %  i ad this set be< k -ST : rgman on Radio "re d Bergnun, of Miami Bomhes* of the Education ti of the Dade County Op l*'t' A>-ocutiin, % %  peered as dteff on the 'Talc of Mi: Igratn over Radio Station Mf on Wednesday. Subject of i-i } "Adult Eye Care." Larry Makela, construction foreman of Forte Towers, and Mike Forte, builder-owner, are shown with work crew diinkinq a toast in celebration of the topping of Forte Towers North, 12th St. and West Ave.. Miami Beach. The Former Miamian Cited in Houston By B'nai B'rith Ft' ber f rim lj "i \ii ..mi i :itu selected Man of the Vi;ii" by the ei :i,t u nai B'rith Lodges of Houston, Ten In addition to his "'her u irk on If of B'nai B'rith, the Houston B'rith Council especially cited his "contributions toward the improvement of interfaith and race re Lit. Some of Grossberg's other community activities in Houston include the National Conference of Christians and Jews, board member of the Jewish Community Center, past president of his B'nai B'rith Lodge, and past secretary of the Houston Association of Trial Lawyers. His mother, Mrs Anita Gross berg, who lues at 2386 9W 27t* Ln. Miami, has recentl) returned from \ isiting in Houston \* ith < I nd bis ire Esther, and their t" o second of three buildings of the Forte Towers complex was completed in record time of three months from groundbreaking to topping. Building is more than 65 percent rented. FRED GROSSBfftG tons, Michael 12. and David l< eventual i reconstruction of the main offices at 27th Ave. and \\\ 54th S1 Miami Jewish Radio Can Be Heard DAILY IN MIAMI P/SUl BAKFt Beach Lodge Set to Hear Dade Prosecutor l'aul Baker Vssistanl Si N torn, j .II I Pro Criminal Court of Re< ord, ik to men I h Lo d ol B il B'rith on • the inl.ido H than • R i %  .... u ill dt -> i the -cope ol il a rimi ial on ision' • acti\ in. %  The meeting w h i c li will chaired bj i i. Miller and Ii x in la tree ,,ixi %  pen to the puWli rUng t.. l'i. sidenl Josi ph G n an Baker, i grodu ite of the I'm versit) of Miami Lau hool ih> v.is admitted to pi.i.h.c before the Supreme Court of the i Stab ~ m lift, |a i captain In the l nited Stales Army Reserve He served u ieu.il adviser to two Dade County Grand Junes and was named Chief Proscmtor in the Criminal Court of Record by Go* stein in 19.W. 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? 4-B tjcnistfkrrfrtr Friday, July 2~ "%  •B I •* ... &4bout if\eeple and jP/ac LOOK MA NO PICTURES Ruth ar. -' bacK from a hrfpt ^ T • -xww-cfd a raging blizzard in Sujuer%  opened the car window to take tun of the snowcapped mountains and bu froae One dowr.. and two to so They the day they were • Ruth took a picture erf Charlie with v.e ice cream vend r only la^t year. Charlie *aIn shirt sle*\e TV..year he had u •ear a aweater and jacket. • • • NOT BECAUSE SHE IS THEIR DAUGHTER Jente and lti-Ariler afcinh that their daushU r, Bactnra, writes the MOM interesting letters. S* wrote from Israel thai she floated in the Dead Sea. which is 30 ptrcent >alt. She said that there I -.. f;-.. iried r-eneath the Dead Sea. and L .-oara hopr :hai -he il be there to see the e\i\ itioa ui at .ca.!< OM She epped in the same • %  Q a of ^'^eba talked in. HENOERSONVILLE. NORTH CAROLINA ;; Stanlej Myers are %  %  • bang. ::rerr-rrt K-r and < -: v u her Boemn %  ;>!ea< ire to read. > SHE COMMUTES Del v.-Raymond Ru ; lack! v re the Rabat family r %  •p in i one time r. Del held a BOA \ partj | •.-Esther Green, who left for a trip to husband. Albert I: VM CS ••• on. done ir. 9*1 on* inheritable way s :,-lectable d*shes Ttw codtes dripping down e bottles and homemade tafoli a wide .^h noodle stuffed with cheese and avocado. H added to the calories. Amon; -•were Moll-. X1 William. Altman. Lucy Simmie Mrs. Pauli Bainef Urs WiUiaa) Lehman. Mrs I "s-> Gor -• Mrs. Barnard) Kramanky. G V-. y : r -. Cohen, and Bunny (Mrs. Rav J.> %  • a SURPRISE SURPRISE It w a Dr. Morris Zimmerman birtMiy. and their very good friends. Mr. and Mrs Henry D Williams, had invited the doctor and his wife Hannan. out for dinner that eveninz Instead, when they arrived for cocktails, there they stayed all of their Uriel ng "Happy Birthri jV iwaa .. ntd ..-. oufl white daisies. Among Dr. and Mrs. Max Pepper. Mi and Larry Marks. D: Mr tte Mr. and %  :.:'. % %  j %  SHE TOOK NOTES Joan Ack • hi-me from a t to a < laii a Miami fnivi student, wl engagement I announced. 1 '••'> a different • Every day she wrote a ion-' letter u> love — France* Lihmin Trial Lawyers To Convene Here Bmatheri i ers for the 19th annual coovcnt.on of the American Trial rs on July 24 to Aug. 1 at ach J i_ma iv 5.00Q lawyers and famineare enpeeted to attend the ( t.on which will headquarter at the Fontainebleau Htel It probably will be the b, VTL convention in hi accordlog to President Bill Ootooo, -t Miami \mon2 well known lawyers who will attend and ape** Belli, counael lot Jack Ruby. '<">• of Mls will be a main speaker, as Young Violinists Perform BRUSSELS—(JTA —Tw„ : .,. Israeli Molinists. Vnkoahua E> -tcin and Yair Klez. who r at( l been studying in Belgium acal years, gave a com !" • i p*. formance recently for V abeth in bar Stuyvenhta Both artiata won Brat ai I at the Brussels I atory and were later adm a three-year stay at Ui. • tli Musical In.stitm,when, they continued their eta : -j^ | gut-en warmly congraUil u two Israelis urll as Dr Edward Annirrf Mj, ami, former prc-ident of A Medical .\-ssociarion. and i S Rhyne. past president a| Bar A-ociation, WUEE WUEE FMKH JUST MAIL A CARD OR LETTER AND YOU WILL RECEIVE IN COLOR A BEAUTIfUl JEWISH CALENDAR FOR THE NEW YEAR PlfASf Mill TO THf WMttEK ovi; piio\isio\s ro. No. 1 ALTON ROAD MIAMI BEACH. FLA. FOR A USTl TREAT TRY OUR TR P U U E RE K0 BEEF IR P A > K F 4IU T S Tr 8£ KiSHEBLICIOVS Emanu-EI Schools Now Registering For the Fall •ration is now in prog of Temple The cduc Dr Lehman and BaawMl •' Lett ectoi "• i Scbechti Daj School which is re gist for sh ai :irtment: u the S nt. will beI Aw ist. also acc< : mei Eai ition will as teats for ligh Holy Day set ed in the mtmbe: IVs pure JLOXury Aasuc< s c|hd '."* hm 4M *9*&j$$B# ,^.^£ fc \ — '^OJ And LOXiiry begins with the finesteream eheese At last! A margarine with all three 1. I00o DAIRY FREE 2. LIQUID MAZOLA CORN OIL 3. NEW NO-BURN FORMULA MAZOLA MARGARINE That's Phili lofcoui 5—the tastiest cream cheese of all. And frcshe becaui fastest selling brand in your | ; So when you give your family this feast of tender No-, a Scotia and bakery fresh bagels—make ii pure, LOXury with Philadelphia Brand Cream Cheese* PHW [*••• \= Kraft on th packag* \t yo_r 5 %  r.-t of •>• finaat for flavor, fraahntaa and p-r.ty. [KRAFTf CERTIFIED KOSHER



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July 23. 1965 knlst fhrMfan Foge 3-A LETTERS TO THE EDITOR olumnist Taken to Task for Criticism %  TOR The Jewish Floridian: K : belated comment on ob ^•i..n.made by Leo Mincllin m rticle in M> However, the ions he raised are still with r-t he challenges the validity nblic protests against anti-Semin Soviet Russia. His argilis that pressure simply enhostility Our organisa, the Workmen's Circle, has the kite view, that the Soviet leadk a nt to cultivate; .is much s\ in ly for their cause as possible, when they see their actionHg the reverse effect, they will Asider it. particularly when DCnot specifically affect thi of Communism in their conn Tl! this were not so. there M Klld Ittlc point to the massive prop |da campaign which is to im ant a part of the total Com list uperation. Jnortunately, there have en too mtny fellow-travelers Cemr-H/mst dopes among *s on this side of the Iron CurIn. While the Soviet leaders L, a went to indulge in their li-Semitie policies in their own untries. it is logical to believe it they are concerned about |irg friends among Jews and pong others who might take iet anti-Semitism as a last raw to break the back of their >Communiit sympathies. As ch. protest against anti-Jewish llicies can well serve to inform Soviet bosses that anti-Semidocs not pay. j\,Wi rkmen's Circle ia memf Imeru an I onfi renct i .'no of th< |ii ii nizatioiu thai the Mad • |uare Gi • • I., in protest ai ainsl %  Ji wish policy The ireater Miami are also .. • : ganiu la Conference t this way w< •• do • • • n m Con I %  have reaaoi leful 1 ki M nothei to — • • th< 'i d list lanj and the secular Jewish i anisatton h.ihad %  %  •lie with the Jewish |il) Forward and Yid I part of our pr pram It is difficult to believe that Mr Mindlu. COUM moan our SKt of Jewish hie when he talks ot "where a proud preoccupation seenw to r< mam how beat to des cerate the Sabbath in secular Jewish term" Or when he refers to "a Marxist vanity of Judaism principal!) devoid of any element that might remind the American ,hetto of what had occurred in the ghettoes of Rusaia and I'olani Let us first say that neither Hie Workmen's Circle, nor the Farbend, nor the Sholem Aleichem Institute, 'l Yiddish secularists, ever preoccupied themselves with desecrating the Sabbath or any other form of Jewishness, and it is a painful injustice and insult to declare or even imply that we ever did so. Secondly, it is these three organ tzaUona which have done more than any other to keep alive the memory and the values and lit Ask The Man from Equitable about Living Insurance for retirement Dial FR 1-5691 SIDNEY S. KRAEMER ...... ... • • nu" PLAZA BLOG The EQCTTABIE life Assurance ^Society of the United States Just a small revolution! Big Change in... Tempo Filter Cigarettes New Tobacco Blend More Tobacco Taste erarj expression "i the Russian and Polish "shtetlecb." The public is currenth redicoverlng these values as evidenced by the acceptance of the play. The Fiddler on the Reef," which i scd on a ShO It m Aleichem %  tors We invite Jewish Floridian read II to investigate our curriculum for evidence of what Mr. Mindlin has accused the secular schools of leaching. IDA POSTON Executive Secretary Workmen's Circle of Greater Miami EDITOR, The Jewish Floridian: Leo Mindlin's invaluable Mar IP. article about our publications on Israel's Oriental-Occidental problem has only Just reached us. and 1 trust thai it will not be too late for us to comment on it Less than a fortnighl ago, the Israel Cabinet liscussed these publicationat tbt Initiative of Mrs. Golds Meir Although the communal .lion in i-rael is ;i VIT> complicated the direction for its solution was laid down man> years ago in such books as Raphael Patai'9 Irael Between East and West'' and Abraham Shumsky's ""The Clash of Culturt in Israel." The fundamental point made in these and other publications is thtat any approach which views Israel's Oriental Jews merely as more backward versions of the Occidental Jews is deeply misguided. The Oriental Jews come from radically different cultural environment whose potential is neither superior nor inferior to that of the West: it is "different but equal." Israel's Ashkenazim, however, seem intellectually, psychologic all) and ideologically incapabli ol accepting this line of tnouglv. Instead of encouragini the Oriental to modernize. tiu> endear to force him to westernize, or JK taps even to "Ashkenatl-ize" himself Tie result ll merely cultural •n of the worst and most modi, ocre type. In the neighboring Arab countries, on the other han "he emphasis is all on acquiring the tools of the West, while still remaining Arabs; and although Ibis pi -, in irmOUS difficulties 'iiifact is that the Arabs ;ir e pr faster i in the master. 4 Western techniques) than aIsrael'! Jews from the Arab nuntries. The danger in all this hardly to be pointed out. We are confident, howevei with tlw* Continued but incrr-singly vocal support of Jews abroad, we shall ultimately succeed in %  taUishing this viewpoint as normative We are convinced tha" the penalty for failure will be nothing less than the collapse of th:precariously situated, infinitely cious little State MICHAEL SELZER Liaison Officer Council of Sephardic Comr-,y Jerusalem, Israel "Dade Federal Savings is One of the Nation's Oldest and Largest" ... so what does that mean to me? Age and size isn't everything, of course. But. along with it goes experience, knowledge of the area it serves including its business and its people, and ... customer concern. So, when it comes to insured, profitable savings programs or low cost home financing... you can depend on Dade Federal. 6 Comment OffictS Sim Dadc Ccuntj '• %  ce :CI East Fiagler Sf. Aiiapattah Branch: 1400 N.W. 36th St. North Mian Bri I 12600 N.W. 7th A vs. Timiim. 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"Jewish Floridian /o:une 36 Number 30 Combining THE JEWISH UNITY ond THE iVNISH WMLY Miami. Florida, Friday. July 23. 1965 Two Sections — Jiice 20 iet Chiefs [itler Praise \\ orries l.S. A VSH1NGTON (JTA) Offi I • corned this week • b) South Vietna\ \.:> % %  •!! Cao Ky prateI \ .; Hitler as his pataonal One, fftcial however, said t Gen K) may have ad [ Her as a nationalist lead ihls should BOI ba I i endorsement of I Jewish policies. In hit statement lauding Hitler Jen. Ky said that "I admire Hitter because he pulled bis country Jojether when it was in a torri,lf state in the aarly 193ft. But h situation here it so desperate t on* man would) not bo enough. Wa need four or five |Hitltr$ in Viat Nam." A spokesmaa for Gen. Ky latrr lid that the Premier had intend t voice admiration for iller's lities of leadership and t he did not intend to pifjiac \,,.: leader in all raapacta wJC Parley ends Appeal o Russians I FVance — (JTA • arnestiy" calling lei < io\ eminent to ant i ', mUiorlt) In the I i ultural and rehu l .-en to all Soviet mi i ing for further %  %  i practice of i .. • -ii emigrate fi %  •. • II i it ion this keek b) • : tbe World Jl com lusion of r.• .it the meeting l>r Cont.nved on Pag* S-A LBJ Picks Goldber, As UN Ambassador JUSTKl AlrMVff GOlDBfffC lecceees Stevens** WWMNa PtUTED House Bill Drops Jews NO CHANCE rO. 3 A; PC. 10 A WASHINGTON — (JTA) — The II use of Re] resentativi thli wei k unexpectedl) voted approval t %  idvocated Chairman E tna Kelh of the House Foreign Affairs Sub mittee on Europe whi h Is consid. I by <•; porn nl • oi So\ iet anti-. i itisn to wi aken and disti rt .. Senate resolution previi u-l> ad< pted Efforts were ma 'e to P rs Ri;Kellj Neu York Democrat, to accept the S <• n .i t e wording, .• | ipecil cally %  •' the pHghl ol Jewin the Soviel I !. %  diffi n ntiate II .., on oi other religious minor it tea Bui she uuiaied on di I ing thi refi is ui thi %  | the II iiise vei n and < hanged it to a call I (onsideral ins foi all | rson Rep. Kelly a'so eliminated the Senate's pinpointed reference to the Soviet Union, and broadened Continued on Page 2-A WE SEEK TO INTERCEDE East Germany Refuses To Offer Nazi Records ITON (JTA i The [ • %  • is weak joined with pritaii | Prance in asking the nion to intercede witn r %  %  •• %  anv to make available [to West German) the files and roc prosecution of I'" ::ials nations criticised the I I i.k M' ->peradng to provide M %  iu.de I in u.u prosecutions. Diplomatic .<•!, *-ere pr( .^. n ,, Nl ,„ >,i„ S( ., >u t, x I C untnes The United State* noted "with '•orat," that Russia failed to respond to a United States request •nd mac's "unjustified accusathfH" against the Bonn reqime. wa, recalled that Ambassador George VrGhee. Amer.can envoy ^" •*•' tha Soviet AmbatJ** • month ago to use his inl ,lu *'* o that any material •dab!e in East Germany con tVOftiD JfWRY /MOURNS STfVfNSON PACf 2-A AS I Sil IT ACf 4-A By Special Report WASHINGTON in a surprise move Tuesday afternoon. President Johnson announced the appointment .>l Supreme Court Justice .Ar thur Goldberg as new United States Ambassador to the I'nited Nations. Just.ee Goldberg succeeds thi late Ambassador Adlai E. Stevenson, who died last week in London at the age of 65. Surprise was immediately expressed in Washington in many quarters at the appointment of Goldberg and, even more, of the Supreme Court Justice's acceptance and willingness to resign from the bench. Bui Senate Foreign Relations Committee Chairman William Kill bright, <"f Arkansas called the l rcsi lei • c oil e excellent." Former!) a noted labor lawyer. Justice Goldberg was appointed Secret a p I. a ho,by the late Presidi nt Kennedy on Irs assumption of office in January, i%i On sugust L1 1962, Mr. Kennedy an r.ounced the resignation of the ate Associate Supn me Court Justi e Felix Kranklurter and the appointment of Goldberg to succeed i -n. In making the appointment, the President declared that Goldberg would bnng to the high court "a wealth of experience pained from the active practice of law for over 30 years. He has had an enviable record of accomplishment at the bar, and his character, temperament and ability superbly qualify him for service on the court. "I believe his scholarly approach to the law, combined with his deep understanding of our economic and political systems, will make him a valuable member of the Supreme Court." Goldberg took the oath of of Ocl ber I. 1082 He is the son of an immigrant father from Continued on Page 6-A Gurion Asks Approval For Separatist Parly [BAN CH/lRGfS SICISSION PAGf T5-A JER1 SALEM UTA n er I Minister David cernin? crimes of the Naii period will be transmitted" to the Central Office for Investigation of Nati Crimes at Ludwigsburg, Wast Germany. Soviet authorities have claimed th.it Waal G'finan> is not effect ively pro Nazi criminals. whiie attempting to create a public n preasioB that such pn locution ibeing coi ducte I and Just punish:•( ,i! meted out for the crimes coin nutted. Meanwhile a now trial will open n Bonn FO >n against I v foi gj officers previously acquitted ifter a trial in which several of their ••crimes colleagues had been convicted and sentenced, •' •nnouneed tins week by the p.osecutor's office The sis will be charged with hating pariaclpated •n P-murder ol 152W0 Jews in the ulamous Chelmno concentration Continued on Paga 2-A For Bi • i md six other Mapai n i imenl h i b el the pai • • min ritj r ou p whn l r. ke %  > %  %  <: %  fn n Premier Eshkol lead rship this week asked Kneiscl kci Kaddish Lua t' r foi mal %  separate faction to i < kn iwn as the Israel Work ers List In addition to Mr lien Gurion, the other Knesset members of the i.. i list an I inii' r Devei pmenl Mm ster Y" el Mmogi former Di; Defens Ministi Shimon Per %  y Smilensk", Chans Lamden, A Pa -an: and G Hen Israel It is understood that former Agricul• re Minister Moshe Dayan, who had earUer supported Ben-Gurion •n hiS leadership Struggle With Premier Eshkol, had declined to loin the new li-t ARSON OUTBREAK British Jews Join to Eye Sy 'nagogues LONDON (JTA i Se.Mefense squads were formed by y ung JeWi in various parts of Lor.ion this week to guard synagogues against himbings. arson and vandalism of the type that occurred IK re three times in tht last week nd at least 20 times since last No. v ember. Rabbis in most of the gynag >J NJS ; pealed Monday to worshiperto participate in the defense squads One squad leader decLared: "Wo are not takinu the law into our rwn hands But we are read) to po nee on an) of these hooligans a to hi Id th-'m until the police arr. Wilhin the last week, fire broke out at a synagogue in Stanmore. a London suburb, alter two "ncendiary bombs had been p'aced on Ihe premises. A few r'ays earlier, a similar incident lock place at a synagogue in another section of the city. In (".orders Green, a section. populated bj Jew-, .i n Continued on Paoe 10-A A Mapai Party spokesman. while expressing regret over the gr;up s decision to go ahead with the formation of a separate list, said that the party would not eppese recognition of the group when the matter is brought before the Knesset House Committee. With the loss o| the -even Knet members from the ranks .i Mapai, the coalition remainwith 8 %  im mbers In the 120-member House, hut support from Mapam m Mm Hsyesod member. V Kessel, will give the Govern• lose but working majority It is understood that an agrei .• %  cut has been reached between Mapai and Min llaye-od. the group f supporters of former Defense Minister Pinhas Lavon who left Mapai. whereb) two Min Hayesod candidates will appear in relative Continued on Page 7-A 'rmt^. "^*i GIN. YITZHAK fABttt ktarinf responsibility LEBANON TOLD IN EXPLICIT TERMS Warn Against Water Plots JERUSALEM 'JTA' The Israel Fbreij n Ministrj this week warned that Israel views nh full gravity an) water diversion vt rk being done In U ''anon At .he same time, Mai Gen Yitzhak Rabin, chief of staff it Israel's defer-. forces warned Lebanon that its Government would "bear the re%  ponsibility i the consequences" if it persisted In water divers i • orfc The Foreign Ministrj -tatement en the is-ue came from the Minis tty's upokesman who commented on reports that Lebanon has relumed ui k on diverting %  stream which feeds a tributar) .t the .lor dan Kiver. and that Lebanon has explained that the work is onsj ol a "token nature."' The spokesman also noted that the Israel Government has "exchanged views" on this subject with various "friendly countries." He denied thai Israel has made special representations to France on this issue, noting that such exchanges have been had with a number of friendly courttries. %  l Rabins statement came in an address to a new graduating Continued on Page 15-A



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Crystal Chapter Puts 'Finis' to Season Here A 0(/< ornan s IMeM .., p| ipten of Found* tntial treatment Center tiviUes pal %  'a( Hie SI 168th Be ich nter, \\ Inch last ary, to. %  -thmal(rom all parts of the !., i: iccepta chil of •' -" ll1 '"' lor or i ) napter headed by \ r Hoi bberg, in .tvatlaMe • .. : ,, room, alao bus to the center for !iil\ Writer's Disjest, The contest eas limited to un published manuscripts of 2,000 la OT under. Th • prisewinnii I j tells an n ie I coupli mfroi I : is n -"in • ng exi %  Ovei n •.-•.-. %  wen lied to the contest I i ,, :: \: 1 It %  I i %  %  %  the 1964 I %  %  .•'..I Pei woman > Woman's own ID Ixmdon England Women of the Crystal Chapter of the Asthmatic Children's Foundation Residential Treatment Center are on hand for the presentation of a new bus to be used for the transporting of children to schools and churches from the Center. Funds for the purchase of the bus were raised by the women during the past season as their project. Shown (left to right) n j ALITC bv ISABEL GROVE Postcard from Rome declaring Northern Europe was faacinati v.. are kn sunny it 1 %  v..\ v'i ioverwhelming" • • • • ; : r L retta and Faye -,i.nii irs Joeef* atlntaes v ill I), 11 oore I on her 7.v.h birth%  .-., Senior Citiieni Aaao Miami Beach, of which I, under and honorary ptesidi • Function will be this Tuesdi I 0 p m at w ash n Washing! •sta < unlng to ide Mayor veil ai I Mrs Reose%  v Manager 0 N Pu hkin, and Dade Count) Mayor ihuck • • %  Ml and Mrs Morris Kahino a t/ ar back In 'heir Brickell A\e home alter a five-week tour • 'f Israel, Italy. Switzerland, Pram i ., | England The tour alsi marked the couple's 2Mn ng anniversary, which they cell fcrated la Haifa, where Moi ns wai also Kuest of the Diamond O'b The tr p was m> -t exciting according to Morris and i sure, but mee ing their daughRoberta Tbbeck and Janet Sue, and niece. Barbara Joy Koff, at the Miami International Air port, carrying the largaat bouquet of flowers and .i Welcome H >me sign, "athe ireateal thn'.l Of all. ft • Mr and Mrs l.eon (Anm llarth Of Miami Beach, left Mon ,::, %  i. r Israel There, ahey'U be joined by Leon's brotber and aister-in-laa Mi and MrMUton Hart. Of Miami, uh l are due to a:nxe Julj .".> ReaJon for the i.iunt ia reunion with tw o bro\ i. ham and Jacob Harth and their families, who live in Afula. recent immigrants from Rumania This will mark U yean sine the two sets of brothers have la seen one another. Xhe M Plan to stay in Israel a month Back from %  trip t" Washington, v • York and Toronto are Rh da .n I Michael SOSSiO 'l.iey were accompanied on the •-week tour bj then Mark • • Recovering at Cedars of Lebanon Hospital ipioneer Miamian Dr Charles Beckwltt Deauville Hotel on Sunday ni.'i. Continued on P 5-B are Miss Bess Kauffman; Mrs. Edward Cowen. treasurer; Albert Hochberg. treasurer i~-f the Foundation, who accepted the gift; Mrs. Albert Hochberg. president; Mrs. Sam Golub, vice president; Mrs. Israel Friedman. Mrs. William Wood and Mrs. Betty Harr. vice presidents; Mrs. Lewis Serbin. secretary; and Mis. Mae Forman. F1ELDCREST FLORAL BEDSPREAD turn 16.99 9 no Now you can en|oy the dreamy beauty of Fieldcrest's lovely bedspread, and save money at the same time Shower of Flowers colorful design reflects the charm and beauty of the French countryside, enhances any decor Washable, no-iron, avisco rayon cotton blend Choose in blue, pink, gold, with handsome ball fringe Double reg. $25 King (Downtown Miami Only) reg. $50 39.99 domastict fourth 'loor DOWNTOWN fcM (•I til 4 Bu'd,ne' iore| svinariine fashions



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Fage 2-B rjenlstncrfdtor Friday. July 23. [$g Sunshine Chapter Slates Luncheon Tuesday Noon Sunshine Chapter. B'nai B'rith Women, has completed plans for a luiK-tieon. to be followed by cards and man jong. on Tuesday noon at Washington Federal Savings and loan Auditorium. 699 NE 167th St.. No. Miami Beach. Mrs Morns Bernstein, chairman, announces the following will assist: Mrs. Jack Hoffman, co-chairman. Mrs. Alfred Fairmount. Mrs. Mark Stem. Mrs. David Silverman. Mr; Ann Better. Mrs Yetta Rosen. Mrs He'ma %  Klein and Mrs. Irving Schoenfeld. Mrs. Frank Burc is president, .-nd Mrs. Thomas D Friedman is •.xiblicity chairman. Schechter School Change Made To Fit Child' i Spe, %  n;: intlu %  in the Reg %  the enl Discussing results of the coffee meeting of Mount Sinai Hospital Auxiliary Sncck Bar volunteers last week are Co-Chairmen Mrs. Mickey Michaels and Mrs. Samuel Rosen. Looking on is Abe Michaelson, new Snack Bar manager. Volunteers met to discuss plans for the coming year. ^^^^ Former BeacMte, Now at Cape Kennedy, Wins Top Toastmistress Award %  %  Onea. Shabbat Slated at T •The v\i and YWH\ ol <'.. % %  ,., | pr*nl the third la I N ,.i ones Shabbats this Sat urdaj afternoon, l p m due to the success t the Initial two pro jrama." sUted Pawl Fnake, • %  dent of the VMHA •Ma.i\ letter* and telephone caUa have connin congratulating the V.MHA (or this new cultural adventure in the community.' he dc dr. red. Included on thU rominc program v ill he a Brotherhood theme based oa behfieal eeeoapts. perforaaed by the Young Peoples Theatre W< rt shop of the Y A talk on the lift and wart of me Jewish art is*, Chagall, wilt alao hwpreaeiite I by the art apecialial Ursula Von livid itrsward. Other pt-'" t,,r "' : ": r ""PWl in elude the Workahon rhe One* Shi hbal progi i m "i ;| ill be \ r-'-' of 1 ^ U2pm.l i Dupont Plaza Names Exec John •' EngeL Miami %  ing and public reoattona exe hat beet appointed aah ot Oat Diapoal Plane Hotel %  %  yj ami. accordillg to Genera] Ihg, i i .1 "Skip" Shepartl. %  evard 5 the Ci • Savings ai n N SUPERB CATERING IN A LUXURIOUS NEW SETTING newest, most beautiful accommodations cheons. banquets, bar arties, confirmations, receptions, on premises For groups from 15 to 1500...supe ne... fine wines, e'-Der.e-ced, personalized attention. Call Josepn Meyers, Cat, er, 379 8861. DUPONT PLAZA HOTEL MIAMI 3 -.-. Clb Aau. % %  '••• CHANDLER'S 21st A Collins Ave Miami Beach Now a FIRST in Miami Beach T-BONE STEAKS LADIES CUT ROAST BEEF SUMMER SPECIALS san at Summer Prices W .• addd ma eld loonln t *vr VAtllO MINU. T.ndarlain Ragout a I. Dwch, Stulltd Cabbage, Chicken Parikah BANQUET FACILITIES Harding Ave. & 95th St., Surfside Plan to laaka yo.r n..i. r, local diapl and promotion exi is de I book" tor Variet) Ch Hospital The educational exhibit shows actual photographs of children re ceiving care in the hospitals is clinics, and tan be folded into a portable caae. Executive director William A Taylor will use the picturedispU3 as an adjunct to hi> speaking erigagementa before local organization* and elubl "Nearly 50.000 boya and girls received care in our Out Patient De partment last year," Taylor re ports, adding that free care amounts to some $700,000 annually. Bergen-Belsen Monument JERUSALEM-(JTA,-A monumerrt to the victims who perished at the hands of the Nazis in the Bergen-Belsea concentration camp was unv. [led atop Mount / '" %  ernmeni communal lea hundreds ot aurvivors of the camp, maajj of anhaaa can:.for tin mu roup headed i,, Josef litaimft. chairman of the Federation of Bergen Bel.Nt-n Minn.. Or Olom Ladies In Splash Party Temple Or Olom Si-t •' -.., „ planning a swim and spla.>h party on Saturday evening .luh ?,\. at the home of Mr. and Mr> Ell King, 18*1 %  • G 9 1 Avc \ 1 ar bocoe dinner and fj v. ill be included in the aff.i r Serving on the Boatei Cmmiuee are Maeaamea Ralph i istal, (iii Leviae, Jack Raymond, Jack Milh OoIdmarkandChaiiai Mutt Mm Hurra) Roeenherg is S Ret ent. and Rahhi \p..: %  spiritual leadoi ot • I i Mi" and Mrs I Miami I of t as pre* i \ ; t tl I %  IMSIAYM: TI: BRACE I 343 Biscayne Bouievaid Miami, Flotids %  WIRE THE STARS AND HfA\ VOl'R FESrWTIFS AT THE BttUTIFUl UVMVI DECORATED STARLIGHT 15 AMJnOO.M ir WEDDIN • RECEPTIONS • LUNCHI • '• -^S i ATI: It I \ u Strictly Kosher Foc'.litiei Avcilablr Uni)tr Suarrvlsiaa *f RABBI TIB0R H. STERS Miss SHIRLEY, Catei FR 9-3792 w *&** c^ci* 1 i &


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July 22. 1965 knlslfhr/Uir Paqe 1-K JCong. Dialogue Views Civil Rights By Spotial Report AVIV — The fourth annual I ., |.,.|, dialogue* 1 ftuh'ii w eek with the ><>un>: I>ann ,l their el lers Iron twth irching for points %  „, ih.,; would bring the I nmunities closer. the '•dialogue*' perI ,|i,l nol rrement • ishness" %  >( what visiting Ameriteam < allad the %  etwei us — u-c usw ipet I for I ,. t "i all I .rS H d Polios, of New Yor*, la-man of tht National Govping Council of tho American h Congress, sponsor of the inval event, said ho wit "projnclly moved by tho sptrit of % midship end sons* of oncowr|e"'enf" er*endWed during tho lur days and night of discusjn at the Sheraton Hotel in |l Aw and in Civa* Bronner, rat Is largest kibburt. (he response among la rj m the preea — 'tlu*>u>;h : 1 1!" .in-1carried t<> the country" — had male the an Jewish Congrats ataaer* • ,: here "tore determined keep coating back and ins rs, Charles Snilow. f Star*. s Y. presides! oi the ameriIan Congress National We Dh!-. in, voiced a rkmilar • 1 111 hrr rt-ni.irk> at the 11 n t.is.it BraaUMf i lli.yotUBg nartiiirutnls • era oi Israel'1 poet mnv generation and repre atives of American Jewish in the,!" ejrl> or mid f • had shown "a mutual ^ir-' lo find common ground rail,.,11 in hei.iixir each other \h argumentation. ."•'i Israeli and American ikesmen were inclined to include ICwfalJ "umbrella' both F and secular Jew*, and in I all shades <>\ Judaic behet and I she declared Even in tho discussion of alif->*> — a subject on which noithor He American Jewish nor Israeli iouth soe eye to eye — there was Evidenced among the young panelists a concern for exploring issue rather than squabbling ver it," the American Jewish Congress women's leader noted. Israel Prime Minister Levi Eshkol, at his Tel Aviv office, qreets U.S. participants in the fourth annual American-Israel "dialogue" spensoted by the American Jewish Congress. At left is Mis. Virginia Snitow, chairman of the AlCongress Women's Division. Right are young American panelists Jane Satlow Gerber, Paul Cowun and David Berger. "Rut I believe we must recofjniie the fact thai the onalague at our youth baa oarelj begun," she continued "Then do not know each other They are impotie'ni and sometimes even unwilling lo examine the peaconceived pictures thej have of each other They have fallen into an old trap the trap ol the ateref>type far wkaeh we adultan large!) renponsible In ins remarka al the final round Thuiadaj night Roller returned to whal -'perhaps the overriding theme of the 19b.'. "dialogue" — participation in the civil rights struggle in iha is as an oxpraa sion <>f Judaism relevanl to to-lay world. Potier noted that young Amor iall Jews had enlisted tar out of proportion lo thou numbers" afieedom riders, iraehers and votingrlght workers in the civil rights movement, But while many Israelis critimed fhe Moo that working for Negro voting rights in Mississippi was a sign of "Jewish identification.' Polior said, "In America itself the Negro community accepts the Jewish commitment to racial equality as an authentic Jewish act." Catholic and Protestant groups in the U.S. BUM) view Jewish par ttclpation In the civil rights move ment as a natural and legitimate exprcs-ion o| Jewish tradition, he said The American Jewish CoagreM leader continued "l would urge our Israeli friends to recognise th;it the Jewish role in the American civil nchis struggle has done more than translate the Jewish ideal of aocial juatiee into daily life and invoke the great lesoonj oi Jewish historical experienca in meeting the issues of our time. "The disproportionate role of individual Jewish men and women —and Jewish organizations — in ihe civil rights straggle has si nificantly raised the it at US of American Jewry mom the American people as a whole. "If we had not marched on Wash ington and walked from Selma to Montgomery, if we had not volunteered tO teach in the schools and sit in at Ihe lunch counters, if we had not shared in planning the strategy and providing tie' man power for the great assault on racial injustice in America, we would hat t I e '>me — not only in our own e>es inn 111 the eyes of our countrymen — morel] another sect in ten sted chief!) in itov n i world and in its own particular "Had our young Jewish college generation, our rabbis, our synagogues, and our national Jewish organizations stood aloof from this great struggle, we would have marked ourselves as second-class citiiens, too timid or too withdrawn to fake our rightful tola as equal partners in the great national effort to erase the stain on America's conscience." Poliar continue.i "in doing so v. e would have lost our best young people — the Idealists, the intellectuals, the strong and unafraid of our American Jewish youth, the young men and women on whom the Jewish future most depends "Freedom from oj proeakm and Ireedom from economic want in he Jewish community Of America have enabled our younu pe o ple to pursue learning and careers in every field of activity. Hut juat as we have new and greater opportune tits than ever Iteforr to study and work in averj area, so also do we have new and greal opportunities —as individuals and as organizations — to play a aignifioant role in the reshaping and recreating of American life, in molding I 10 eiety in which everv human beinji will have the right tO full and equal opportunity. "The beat of American Jewish youth is determined to seize Ibis opportunity and make this commitment. Their response offers the healthiest prospect for creative Jewish survival on the American scene today. "If the people of Israel begin SO understand this one concept, the 'dialogue' will have proved its value one hundred fold SHAO PCUfR Gurion Seeks List Approval Continued from Page 1-A ly secure peaitions on the Ma| *iAchdut AM da joint list in the fortv coming Knesset elections Anotlu r coalition faction, the N itional Rdigi 'Part) charged the Achdul A vo I a Cabinet Ministers with obstructing the passa | of lha s .1 l> b a t h bill despite n coalition .ment on Hie bill's < The MRP warned that it will fake extreme measures to ensure that the hill is bro" hi before Ihe Knesset in its original version It is a.suraed mat, unless an agrei mei I ia reached, the NRP may retaliate !>. &f voting against the Government oa crucial votes expected with r* gard to other bills • UtHOSIZiO OIAll Sl"<( S :* r £HITH "~L HEARING AIDS D $75 to $325 STANLEY GOULD 1238 IINCOIN 0&D • I.S. 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*/#fhrkltor Friday. July ** Page 14-B Viet Nam Debate Slated Monday A debate on Viel Nam featured by the United Nations Association hereon M i 8 "> %  • Washington Federal, L2M Washington Ave. Andre S. Bialolenkl. Program chairman, said thai members of the panel will include Dr. James T. TedeM-hi. of !he P I)e partment at the University of Miami; Miami Beach Attorney Her man Grayson, mat r in the I 8 Air Force Reserve; Raphael K, Yunes attorney: and Bayard B. Strell president of the M iam I Beach United Nations Chapter. Cantor Salzman Named Fellow At commencement exercises on June 13 in New York City, a certificate of Honorary Fellow of the .Cantors Institute I Of the Jewish Theological Semlinary of America was presented to (Joseph C. SalzIman. formerly of 1 Miami. Rev. Salzman Iis at present son. ling as both canI tor and spiritual CANTO* SALZMAN leader at Beth Israel Synagogue in Beaufort. S.C.. and also is chaplain at the United States Marine Base in Parris Island. He has served pulpits in Savannah. Brooklvn. and San Salvador. President Johnson signs the Excise Tax Reduction Act in a White House ceremony in Washington which brouqht about the removal of S4.6 billion in taxes on a great variety of consumer goods and services, effected in two phases July 1 and next Jan. 1. Sen. Georae A. Smothers of Florida (riant \Rep. Wilbur Mills (D.-Ark.). front, and Sen. Clinton P. Anderson (D-N.M.), rear, were given souvenir pens bv the President for leadership in affecting the tax reduction. Miami Eyemen Get Top Posts TV .local opta I I elected to I '•'' %  idaOpI n held this week in l %  "'. l anuel Pushkin was na president-eleci of the si I ,,..,„..,. and Dr Jack k> was elected %  vice pre* Both are officers of the Dade Count) OptometriC Association. Englander Greets Guests Councilman Mai Englander greeted a MJUUUMKM S is,tors from Chile at the DiT.ido Hotel on Spunday night The former vice mayor told the Chileans that "Chile, in our language, means •ciii.I But l ".nit to assure you of a warm reception Farlier in the week, Englander met an entourage from Guate-mala. LEGAL NOTICE LEGAL NOTICE sr "Of" ._ %  Beth Am Young Singles The Young Singlei Group of Temple Beth Am will meet on Aug S, 8:30 p.m. in the Youth Lounge. After a short business meeting, Edward Grosskopf "ill address the group on the theme. "The Art of Creative Living." 1 IN THE COl ><> s COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORDA IN i'ROBATE IMA l: v: NOT.CE OF PROBATE Tin T • At.l : Till NT 1 %  I %  •< •'..%  \v I > i N K} '. I %  %  II. %  4 • i %  • > ~ \ • ley Hu Mm* • %  N THE COUNTY Jun IN AND FOR DADFLORIDA IN No 7S65 I I mi I NOTICE TO CRs i A I you in i %  I.I || h u — in i • "I'II n > %  \ • • I,. first • I %  ( Mian I V \ I %  RTHI rue n I.I \. tdmlniatrali ,. I '. Mill I Ihi Kth da.) MARVIN 1 WIKNKR I M : • R THR VEN ANI >MAH Circa .ndS HOME of Ju R. U. troaK *!> \K-i.B-ri Sermon Honors Couple Mr. and Mrs. Sam Hershkowitz. of 7734 Abbott Ave., Miami Heath. were honored at a reception following services last Saturday al Agudath Israel Hebrew Institute Rabbi Isaac Ever, spiritual leader, dedicated his sermon to the Hers i kowitz family. LEG4L NOTICE Oti itut-irici KRONBERG CTI vRI.ES ,.:.%  A • ...i %  ,.. .... ; %  %  %  : %  li • %  n-ere Jul i H • • MELAMED RUBIN I SHANKIN. Si I: .. W£IN£R. I:.-|B| And ira Av< PILLAR. Monroi SI dlrd .1 |1> 12 l; Any way you figure it... THE FINEST;' WELCOME^I TO GREATER MIAMI IS WELCOME \ WAGON i A visit from our hostess will make 1 you feel it home, with her basket ? of gifts end enswers to questioni I tbout the city, ite service*, and I facilities. Just call ., i Welcome V WaCOKE NEWCOMERS! UM thu coupon to lit ill know jrou'ie fcoif. 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.qe 10-A +Jelstncrkftor Friday. July 23 British Doubt Red Religious Change LONDON JTAl l' • B G ivernmenl has %  -"<*" %  il A '' • and sympa •< M l "'""'' %  a) I the < Europe, calling upon the t to I cultural and n Jews in the I'SSli th. %  liere this 1 The ter Pa previously We!l ster, %  Parliament. Mr '•' ted the Government lo 1 Uaj resokKi that the < %  '•• rnaaent I the document Mr Pi dli \ We do no; think, howevi Virmers of a recent essay contest on "The Jewish Person I dmire Most' at Temple Beth Am are Cathy Birshtein (not .-.own 1 daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Jerome Robinson, who won one-month scholarship to Camp Ocala. Umitalla. Fla.. pre. ented by Mrs. Gloria Murphy, representing Dr. Theodore Struhl; and Mark, son of Mr. and Mrs. Jack Baum. awarded a rne-month scholarship presented by Irwin Marshall, director f Camp Osceola, at Horseshoe, N.C. Looking on is Martin Harrison, executive director of Beth Am. Judges included Mrs. I illian Ross, principal of the Temple Sunday School. Dr. Maxell Dauer and Dr. Irwin Berman. Jews in London Eye Synagogues Continued from Page 1-A gaged in a flghl with %  n who had fathered in the vicin ut midnight in an apparent ei t to carry out an action agoinsl other synagogue In thic caae • Jewish defender! wen ready, ter an anonymous telephone Her h I 1 tipped off the syn.. gue's c retaker. The unidentid, wou'.d-be molesters a r e ised fro r. the area before police ild arrive. \ delegation representing the : ard of Deputies of British Jews. 1 by So >mon Teff. president of %  Hoard, met last weekend with >tland Yard's assistant comssioner of police, and discussed %  ana for strengthening BBC U f i t ) asurea around synagoi The police official stated after • conference that Scotland • ard regarded the recent incenCoastal wers APARTMENTS !59t" S' & COLLINS A'. E •45 6326 BEST RENTAL VALUE ON MIAMI BEACH 1 SIDIII w earevaaai UIL*? 1 t 1 KDROOM APARTMENTS Jn9IOU sfr month FHE CAIrEiiNG Flit PAitKING >Oei$ op-9 A \' t: 6 P V TTi 3 i s: diary attacks against synagogues, as well as other anti-Jewish incidents, "very seriously," and asserted that all possible steps were be ng taken to protect Jewish Houses of worship and to apprehend those responsible for the outbreaks. One man. arrested over a weak following a fire in a synagogue in the London suburb of Sottthgate. was ordered held without bail last weekend after his se< ond BfTslgBment. in which he was charged ipe uhcall> with "breaking into a place of divine wurehip and com mitting arson." Previously, the Charge against the man. 39-yearold Aubrev Desmond I'adogan. had accused him vaguely of commit ting "sacrilege." At the fresli arraignment. Detects e Get 1 len told th court that there are matters which we are investigating at the moment, which will iindoubtedl> :lt in further charges one of which appears to lie of a similar nature." On the inspector's reset, the court remanded Cadogan another week without bail. A long-pending bill outlawing racist propaganda, incitement and discrimination was passed on third reading in the House of Commons on Friday. It prohibits incitement to racial hatred." and forbids issuance or distribution of "threatening, abusive or insulting publications or speech es with intent to stir up hatred against any section of the public distinguished by race, color or ethnic or national origin." One of the bill < supporters. Omnton 11 u %  Hive, laid Parliament 1 eupporl this kind 1 e has been a provocative mat I Wish an.' people.' New Synagogue Dedicated JTA -A 1 was dedicated recentU t Of hare where, fj •*** au 0 DuIlh I tm up an okl s\na TWIX 4 ITV QgJUm C0 WAtAJTKD atlttOIS -STOff FtOWTS fUttHITUtf TOM Umm MMMMS 4 M-SIIVIIINC CuHtom Victim Framing 2g %  14* Stre*. at,. ci-W Safrdoy, T ... J, Ml 41 .; intervention t>> Her MaJ i*!l a ou lt Ruaaia cultural traditi< n I 000 jn %  ) 1 Bui n '• % %  • stitutiona where .. .1. i la 1 ultural hn iti %  traditl -is and hi %  This cultural M' Jewiah communitj %  He Ibe impt esull I :•'•; ntlj 1 im their cult NE New Building Dedicated MEXICO CITY -JT\.leaders of the Jewish community 111 this country, ami man> other Jewl from around the country, partial nated here recent!] in the dedica tion of the new building just com pleted by the Ashkenazic community here. Xidche Israel The ,ev beautiful edifice on Acapulco SI will house tin office* Ol virtu ally all major Jewish organizations in the countr\ Announcing. BOSTON POPS Concerts SATURDAYS 2 P.M. Presented by AUTO RADIO COMPANY Blauponkt FrV, AV car radios and AUGUST BROS. BAKERY Bakers of 23 vanet.es c' brood & rolls UIVCG SOUTH FLORIDA'S GOOD MUSIC STATIONS AM 1080 KC. 10,000 Watts FM 105.1 MC. 160,000 Watts (TraVis pnas ma rmsVti) VOIINO ISM.CL VU i-c % 



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r, July 23. 1965 knlstnrrldHan Paqe 19 -. Robert F. Kennedy, of New York, presented two awards ed in honor of his brother, the late President John F. Kenon behalf of the National Council of Jewish Women at national biennial convention in New York City recently, memorial awards, two hand-crafted braas menorahs. went iss Dorothy Height (riqht), president of the National Counof Negro Women, and to Vice President Hubert Humphrey abentia. At left is Mrs. Joseph Willen, president of JW. Miss Heiqht was cited as an educator and civil riqhts der for her "key role in developing and inspiiing a gention of talented and dedicated women leaders across the ^ited States and throuqhout Europe, Asia and Latin AmerMi. Humphrey was honored for his work for the nuclear t ban treaty. ? ONLY DE MEXICO Offers non-stop r DC-8C fan %  Jet Service from Miami to $ Fcr only CITY 164 00 round trip : "I the plea -ares at • t i J .... I • See your Travel Agent r call r DE MEXICO 130 S.E. 3rd Ave., Miami • FR 7-2391 Mti CO' Unltci Stilts. Central Amer. K*. Soul ., k CJIUM with trie Wix.J I mot moeern 1* % -y^L 1 10-DAY CB1ISE 2nd & tl> TiifM,a> F.arh Mnntli — Y*I Round TO THE BAHAMAS l S. Coast Guard Appro i Full Dtae*)l P a — "' % %  •" -Tnu PHI HIT* informal comfort lo island Isiis—ays •"•' •"i" 1 It.ihaiiia* reaort ten! I'HOM: SSS-TOM Aik Your Traval Agent — or Contact Co.towoy Cruise. • CHEVRON MARINA isti s.i. rnti street catway. Fert Laudr—i* ami Beach Elks Have Anniversary > Dinner, exalted ruler oi the Lodge. Lecturing Knight Joseph in Beach Elks, announced :i Drucker anp at any of our modern MILNER hotels conveniently located THROUGHOUT America! *S.50 Per Day IntMet: e FREE TELEVISION • *•CONDITIONING O THE BATH O Will TO WALL CARPETING O MODERN FURNISHINGS O NEWLY DECORATED ROOMS O COMPLETE HOTEL SERVICE B. our.ru/ MUNCH MOTCLS %  I Dee' MILNER HOTELS Only Bahamas Airways has 7 daily fllohls and a special 17 hour excursion fare to FREEP0RTI2Z special 17 haur iicurslii fan lay flijbl iftw MOl Ml} trii Blul frfS-'ii far* 127.50 i/l-M lint Inns) 50 daily miami to freeport 4:00 am 8:00 am 11:00 am 2:00 pm 5:00 pm 7:00 pm 10.00 pm daily ireeport lo miami 2:30 am 5:30 am 9:30 am 12:30 pm 3:30 pm 6:00 pm 8:30 pm Bahamas Airways AN ASSOCIATE OF BOAC-CU'JARD. GESF"AL AGENT. 10A* MIAMI: I77-SJS1 / FT. LAUDERDALE: S24-S37I A W. PALM BEACH: 133-MM FROM M\M NASSAU %  ..s&Q MjMCjj s & 4-DM trt S 6" —^^^ %  aaaVrs^ Here are many more rensone to choose the S S Florida: ALL MEALS INCLUDED IN LOW FARES! SHIP IS YOUR FLOATING HOTEL In peril Air-conditioned comfort throughout Gala Captain's Dinner, Captain's Cocktail Party Entertainment, focr show, (tanclnt games, movies rd Tw decks, frti ilngn ifrcm AND... I • VMI HM IS ... •PC>o. 601 T^ --. For reserva! ons,see your Travel Agent —or STEAMSHIP COMPANY (PO BOX 1 MM t er Nc ? • Bi*ca\-t Fd B' lOtl St., I r SS101 Dow-lowi Ctiee: .'-'J S E 1 si St • PI 'R.lrJ OVKK-LOOKTVC, OCFAV AMD BEAClf ''at ILLINOIS AVENUE. ATLANTIC CITY. N.L Our Rviests reium yeai efter year fcr mai.y reaions — Sl'PERLA* | T1VE e*0< >D served in Creciou* Air ConditiECKnd St I AJttUll on L4th Floor. 60"i of our rooma bvs> t ia Vie* -Many liave TV. Few ha.e air conditioning —they tlon't need it. I oration it the Heart of Atlantic City's Resort, Amusement and Shopping Area. Us* The) Medtsoa C each Chairs. For Menus. Color Folder, I Details Wrilei the Madisosj '.n,o-,m/ %  — / ••*•••. •AiU v MJU4:8iaaa£^sM.PflWW0l^ltOuV,.|Ueat/r% OCEANVir\V$7 "' / eVtsK'sst / ~ % 2Z /XL**/ 1 ^' room/ wmm I i;.



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• July 23. 1965 +Jewlst tier Minn Page 13-A op Disavows ted Writer (JTA>—The Union of Jewish Communities was this week by the Church EM that the clerical privof Giorgio Trillini. an or[piust who wrote a number % Semitic leaflets, had been Union had complained to npetent Bishop about Tril|att enti-Jewish work, an : on Fr. Mariano, a staunch it* of Catholic-Jowiah diaTrillini's work* aro uv | styled after other known litic books which woro jted during tha rocont of the Ecumenical Coun lishop explained in his re hf I nion thai he had re permission for TrilUni to the laic apostolate ami antl Semite w ;i y abusing I title since In' is not a fcotics Charge >d at Jew >\ .'. r\ \ as the : i d i .i %  n run citj .it lo a n port i kaj .i %  i •. \ i %  •i m •• in 1) e r I in the Is a men %  minorit) group %  ib l<> -ip... • n rse 'i sim >-< oppressini .'• H i-h re >>ut unyielding authority exercised by tha MOM acerb fa'.herfigure. the same grumblings from the left and nht. the saint' acceptance by the targe majorit) A few thing* art new. since an election is coming up It haa become clear as clear aa anything about de Gaulle — that he has chosen his success r an I thai ii is his first minister, Georges Pompidou, who is now being widely called the dauphin The ehancea are strong thai alter de Gaulle is elected President again he will not serve oul his full sevenyear term but will resign .it >me point toward the end. ifter further buildup of Pompidou as his heir II is also clear thai the i %  ; position to le Gaulle todaj is to > split and will offer onlj a disorganized resist ince to his reelei ri in The str itegj of ( rre, the M >r of Marseilles v luled to i ppose de Gaulle, i* t" pul to ther fe lei tion i • centrist and left-ol ei ling the Communists Defferre"> ters who I ive si •• i the K< i 10 campaign and the Kenledj and Johnson v Imini >trations lizin >t l-"i ench : e> have hoen, cot >j the Sew frontier with th is New Horizons Def• n %  • mighl tut while I 4KP have dei idi d to throw n • • ,\ it %  nuch %  %  • i • • Defferre m S has man; asU sternly se> • %  Club Meeting in • of the Chicago take place Suni:i>. 7:30 kc Cavalier Room of Deau^1 A Itemwaki i> in charge rements. llMillNYi'M. More Leaving For itir Vacation M.ik* i our K<-ei vat ions for the K.II HOLY DAYS |< M ( -inlnt te*J on I'l'-iiii-t ICTLYKOSHtR CUlSINt I ONLY GLAT T MM'S w.l IM I e U \! |>M \\ fcftev iindrf \j >u|MtM^in TK Air Conditioned 'aidman ((AN AT Hit ST. MIAMI BEACH IE 8-5731 PHONE / |ODOX CONGREGATION kwest Miomi seeks the services of Qualified SEXTON M PART-TIME TEACHER. Ppiy BZ, c o The Jewish florid. on, P.O. Box 2973, Miami, Flu. 33101 RA3BI • riLIGIOUS SCHOOL TEACHERS FOR fNDAY MORNINGS TEMPLE EMANU-EL Fort lauderdale Salary Basis, i September to May 183-1900 or 522-5837 TEL AVIV (JTA) — Mahmoud Hijazi. convicted Arab infiltrator who was sentenced to death but ordered retried by the Israel Supreme Court, this week sent letters to the heads of state of Egypt. Jordan, Syria and Lebanon, re questing that they furnish him with a lawyer to represent him at his new trial. Hijazi's conviction and death sentence were negated by the Supreme Court here specifically on the grounds that he had not been given sufficient opportunity to obtain an Arab lawyer from an Arab st:itror some other foreign attorn%  > of his own chmce. In his letters to the four Arab government leaders, Hijaxi explained that, prior to his capture after infiltrating into Israel from Jordar, he had been wounded. He stated that he had refused to accept services of an Israeli attorney, offered him by Israel's Chamber of Advocates. His new trial >s scheduled to start in about two months. Me %  i %  %  : i be f the A El Fal %  tin %  S %  Armistice ( '[". %  %  The> counter strategy of the opposition, as an alternative to Def .. unions he i CGI US!A Appoints marks %  % %  an i verj F i nch phi n • I t 1 "..splinter-] the left like th.it of Pierre Mendes l anci '-i-hiiui it IN thai -i federation ol parties without the 'il! lack mass • ip| orl and will only appeal to ->•. tii ns ol the middle class With-. ut saying thai le Gaulle has willed it thus, the fact is thai •'•. Communists are very content with the recenl thrust "f deGaulle ;• n t n the) run %  candidate i their own it will !• to cul into Del 'em vote an.I thus insure de Gaulle's election II is not that they en joy his policies "ti the lomestic Irani — although even there .. delega tion of the CGT recentl) had an amicable interview with him Bui the\ like what he is doing on the European front, in his efforts to turn NATO %  nto a looser grouping, in his opposition to an enlarged Common Market th.it would include Britain, ami in his continued grand quarrel with Unerican influence in Europe. They are glad to profit from the arrest inn of the movement toward political integration in Western Europe. Most of all tlu-y are h.i|>p> about de Gaulle's new policies toward East era Eurupe and the Soviet I'mon. There remains de Gaulle's third front: his effort to make France a great power in Asian and Latin American attain It is true that since the French recognition of China ".here have been no real results accru ing to France Irom that act — very little increase In trade with China IK) willingness ol the Chinese <>r North \ ietnamese to accept French mediation It is also true thai \ one of those interesting confluences "i historj to converge with the Communist strategy VYASHIN : N IT A P i appointe I in al ornej lith. I eonard I! Vfarks, : %  be the new director of the I nited St Ites Information \genc> %  Carl T Rowan. \ir Marks, il Washington, ia board member of the Communicaions Sate 1 !:'..' I %  >. ,.or.r ion. an I is •xperiew id in the field of communications PH col!ie qrod., miv. d. I |ooa" snr'-k r, versed ii every i I •' mbb-nical & corcreiaactivitlei is interests in a I Aging pulpit. 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?:ge 14-A +Jmlst ncr/dfftr Friday. July 23 p$l UdWi TU*** W. SAMUEL SILVER PicketingHospitals-Nursing AmongJewish Girld G J..,„,„,, M .-,,.,. \ sensitive p.on can reap irreat c.no.,,,,,-,' >M| A HEADLINE we could iuir.t!> believe was: "Catholics Picket the Val I .ilion." But there it was and there television, wore the pickeis. walking and down betore the Worlds Fan t ice Even the head of the Fair. Robert ft y. --es (known in some quartern not as I 9#a I in aa Pharaoh I did nol stop the p kel. a!though his men Objected to raids. The Catholic folk were protesting the closing down 01 ( belie hospital in a poor section oi Brooklyn. mo S e in charae of the rted f"J ,ide. thai Ihej did net want to shut LUl they were forced to because the facilities wen ing obsolete and beeauea oi laek ol V* !" !" *}. Thai laetrhraea lack of pen-nel ca BttenIl0 „ „ gripped me because when 1 I he hc...u ; e I had ju8l ,• trom a visit to a local hospital ...... the ... rials liters were war a istag ihe hope Hut more girla wonw go into nursing, There's a Jewiak angle here. For some reason. Jewish mothers are averse to hoeing then deu hteri study nursing Once there may have been r ea ea ea foe ban 1.10*1. but they are nol valid any longer. Capitol Spotlight : By MtlTON FRIEDMAN %  — !" ^^—-^ %  ic-sive. and less possible to legailj define. Seeking to equate the American role in Santo Domingo with the Egyptian presence in Yemen. the diplomats have confused the issues, it bad been assumed thai there were differences, The Egyptian foreign News letter By JOSHUA JUSTMAN The Mapai Split Jerusalem taiHILE THESE lines are being written, the split within the Mapai appears to be almost a foregone cc nclusion. The final grave de ci.-ion has not yet been taken, but til-.gravity of the rilt has reach d a stage where the likelihood ol I reconciliation between the "'majority" and the "minority" seemi quite remote. Earlier this month, when the question of 1 1 lion 1 • le part) %  le for Ihe Premiership alter nexl fall's Kvc-->' election came up al the party's Central 1 ommiuee, the minority I nists" unsuccessful!) sought to transfer the It p to a full party con' The ll was 6 to 115 and b] a majorit) %  Premier Eshkol In a coi iae move an was m ide to plai e Bei Gu at the lu party election list aa the I Mr. ol would be named ai the party eand Premier. However, this oil % % % %  was rejected bj Gurion wl letl to the party's Secretarj General, declared he would not serve as a party figurehead without power Y< dl this dec: | n by (he Mapai Central Committee, Ihe waj | 1 co promise still seenu jj ii Shimon •( %  se Minister ai thai the minority likely" remain in %  its sti from wi1 It was q • u .. 1 from "tempting" l tit the pn was e thai the fi ,i rion ar : inde! >f sevi ed 0 j active su) en denum -up and 1 enl thai M more in 11 stand at the helm of the state. Yct ,,1C taken. Ben-Gurion agreed with the rest of his supporters to give the rity another two weeks in which to ace.pt the proposal (or mvening ., full part) convention •"-.v. the Nfapai majorit) has rejeoted the plea Indeed, the motion was nol even considered \ state mem meed in exceptional!, sharp language eon detuned all uik al>out spUtting the part) The •party, the itetement declared, "reject, the ar wtrary charges of 'moral disintigratioa' leveled iby against the party, the GoverameaU and its and it urged member, to frustrate the counsel ot division Minority quarter., said; -The final bridge had been burned Has it? The public, wrote the Jerusalem Post I anxious raiting to see i the,the genius for compromise that ha. Mag* m thc pa t u d agate BDBM to tiie fore. Y e m e n with Sin > %  • l Vmerican troops are in the Dominican venl ( immunism, accoi s n Vnd I I rces are • an President N I % %  '•' seeki in Yemen Congress mast ascertain whether the v partmenl has made a finding %  *si in in Nas ...: case, The Foreign Aid Bill contains an anti aggression clause that asks the President to wil hold aid from nations guilty ol aggression. Recently, David Bell, administrator <>f the I'.S. Agency for International Development, appeared before the lions.Appropriations Subcommittee on Foreign Operations. Chairman Otto Passman, ol I uisiana, asked Mr. Bell if the Egyptians "eeee used thenmilitan forces for aggressive purposes since we have bad an aid program there Mr Bell replied: "II depends how you describe their action In Yemen The chairman promptly asked how Mr. Bell, aa aid administrator, would describe it. A polished diplomat. Mr. Bell said "The way I believe the Secretary of State would describe it is a situation where the Egyptians teal forces in Yemen in support of one side in an internal dispute, and we do not consider thai as aggression." Chairman Passman then asked: "Are we playin: with a coin with a head on each side?" Mr. Bell grow more frank. He explained that "I am careful about the use of the oid 'aggression' because the Cmted Steles boa put troops in a courttry in support oi one aide in an internal *"i*|*rlf and we do nol consider that as aggression." it was then recalled that S ec r e tory of state Rusk told she Committee thai "we knee been trying since 1918 to ascertain what ., -res-".", is and we have nol !* %  n able to pin it down j 11 Mr -,.dl> .,'-• rvi he) started in 1918 trying to figure oul 1 c, n and the; to I il the) e be.-n ui able to fbjui 1 • Mr. :i'..II never lx I are it out \\uafternoon Ha\ ing t of the II ... %  ; 1 arily supportin < the L'.S. polii n Yemen, i forthci mini the witn< Mr : ,i with a "no." Mr. Passnv n breath* r a s said, "thai is fine!" Another point the chairman wanti d to make certain in considi to Mr. Nasser was whether he •'. v. ho told the An ericans the hterranean William S Gaud, deputy aid 1 tor. e> 1 • %  • we should drown ours ice from the profession of nursing Mo one who is 1 ,,.,the strainii re "f %  %  "•I %  aaeaJd '-• %  •••> m ^j Other hand. It l a D% that in.,'. tr \, ^ ded even from cooeidoring n u rs i n g becaua ., mhihiHona What with greater prosperity and incr-ied hoc*. tel insurance more and more people no to hos-pDai, fa ent I'.eautitul hospitals are \xtu\n tnult. j^rtej, I apidl) enougdi, but quite briakay But thew astB> tores and the latent equipment cannot bring be Ihe ill without the blevved inmifctrv of niu>e> ml • be wefl for yotani women t.> -i-.-e rsnsi 1 to this wonderful art Jeara ajasj paatM t hemej. n..l professiofl There is truth in the jest %  • %  • %  u„ grandn asked the >l 1 of her 1 and replying. The rabbi is three, and ilw. doctor fk \. • ..! •rifir.it>' thai n is noble to re \ 1 thai ''•>'' profession • oar I visited .. %  I Of mar. v there is anorhi OU will I.. lewish doct r:ed out of their faith. U near b) • • ah ui the mother out in in the bo %  • a i;irl fi i iu want a doctor for a son-in-tew? H 1 al the same time h*ip one ol this nation I proMema t. .. e 01 n.i -. Off the Record: By NATHAN ZIPRIN Buber's Status pASHI OBSERVES ..i one of his I most famed passages that when I a t/addik come, to a ctt) he linn; radiance and that wnhan he de partth.re is a void, emptli darkness. Martin Buber was n t/addik in the conventional or or th and emothe h ISSMIU. inoverommui God u of a t personal It has %  "> 1 bei he "teried the il.l ..f hasaidism • • a ate • naosi in Inaalh, ..s it baa i"--*-" to ttK' emeart, baa Uen an HI cm ac-hie\-e an inthrouah intwnato iwith his in thli he wee pre ", fonader <>f the has >ie .if he \>Ml\ 4inl in %  bean and 1 Ai We Were Saying: By ROBERT E. SEGAL Data Collectet QLD ANTHONY COMSTOCK *^ fouuht with the I MI. MI forci n the Civil War and soon thereaftei satisfaction ol seeing state li pa>s laws he proposed for curbing 1. • fellow-Americans' sinful waybe at all happy with todaj Supremi Court. For seven of the nine tap jurists in Washington luce struck down cuVs birth coatrol law; and even tin ld J char vu. bare little use for the I. >„„"; The Comatock Law. 1 fed,,-,! measure, Inspired sin i lar laws ,„ dozens ,„ .,.,„.. Massachusetts on ,,,. the boglnnukg was that it made information obviousi) ,„ '•••"•'• information put out l a. church h, • %  atoek's eonfuaad legal p "' donee „, lu %  Scientific Purposes iir kno ledge nndei east) B tor cenaors in the fed* uoa not loiu a Deal in AJbany, holding Nee York St '-'up methods unconstitulai n evidences of tl..justified revoh a law to s,„i ( n t upaa aocksti the real ,astl oral quirks %  some eeateaa This is %  •'> thai law most not bv „.s^,| 1,, help >ho* dee* %  '' to p...nt up the ovarlaad piaaad ea I I would tell 1M h,'ii ve RIB) daln, II ojuoach our thirst, and Ufl o.r eyas RMWU I • hgbi tor freedom t. disseminate birili %  to ...IMS,. m a rr led women re nianned parent head, and to engage in tiie tra.. "" •'•-' >ata ..1 c.nlrae.-ptnrs Ql an old OgM %  ""• %  Today. ,t is perhaps beet dramatized ^ "|< m winch aOBBty, st.,ie. and federal


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JenlstnrrHiir Friday. July 23. Pace 4-A -Jewish Floridlan OFFICE and PLANT 120 N.E. SWh Street "—ftgg ESSSS Telephone FR 3-4605 Th Jtw „ h lori-UB „„ •jyj-^^^TSSSMS Teletype Communication. Miami TWX iaJ*.KS ST ^^^U. 305-696-4869 Kgiiii.J— % %  "•*—• *" FWr "_ • ,„,.., SUBSCRIPTION RATES FRED K. SHOCHET Editor and Publisher ^ ^ L.I A^ ^ vejrt |1230 LEO MTNDLTN Executive Editor "ot Q> Town UP. %  "'' BEL MA M. THOMPSON Ant to. Publisher ^ llltM 38 Number 30 Friday. July 23. 1965 -tJ*w.h PW .inn A—* no: IwrHCN th* Ka.hrJtta 23 TamUZ 5725 „ .f. r hanSIa* 4\ < %  • •--.! .Ka rolumm ^_ — .*7heJe*t> fop'* <**• '. i *rtw t^rejy'ed of j i.jJerefHtestjit. a pi:* cf Hit Htert' thtntwdi -:JJ-:~ Cfd %  :: %  :,• \ou.s..' .^ *,' Righting a Wrong Justice Goldberg's Latest Appointment We are of course delighted with President Fohnsons cp^o;"'~ j r' oi erne Court Justice Arthui SoldIs Adlai :: : cs V 5. Ambassadoi to the .: N I >ns Th rorii xnpaxued '-he Pres in• Tuesdcv h mered down and eve:-, so :rit :al cr observe! -s Senate Fore Comn ittee Chain liaxr Fulbright eonsi oint lent' /%  ere a r are r'.ecr'v in accord with ndeavoi se personal comi an con ... B ... >V j OU cs en atton Secretary %  Kennedy s rabii ei ample evidence of tl ."r.deec his resignation, %  is bench ~: the esi court in the land, a lifetime post offering him both personal and orofessiona] security, is itself an .on of Justice Goldberg's profound desire to savor more fully the world around him than the court could evei permit. We do not here mean that the SuDreme Court of the United States is anything less than or. exalted symbol of the principles upon which Out American democratic society rests, and that its associate justices are merelv secluded souis in an ivory tower of legal abstraction. But the fact remains that as U.S. Ambastadoi to the United Nations Justice Goldberq •• % %  : be closer to the stuff of the national and world affairs to which his training has accustomed him • • • Loss of a Spokesman Perhaps the most imoora::: consideration of all is the net result of j lo'.dbera's reto the rrruldron of human affairs An order.: spokesman on behalf of Jews here and ighout the world, he lid not stint expression of his foraion ever, rftei hi i i to the Supreme C But it seems to us that v.US Ambassador to 1 i the kind ol a consciei Ne -' ftheSuj d. Re %  %  • %  dinner Dec 5 I; his uppearin a ma 51 pel. ta! : .conference of the American Israel Pub. &f tee on'.v last '•' iis provocative presentation on the occasion of the ; tl anniversary celebra:;o-. of the Hebrew University of Jerusalem several weeks later, on May 22. Will these great opportuniti m I) *peak out. both for himself and Jews ev tre now be lost" The answer is appare: to mind ine *~ UDG: ase of Philip M. Klutzmck who suffered a ^ T t AIZ !" a8hion he w similar fate when he ac UN Ambas"ship — eve: .he Presidential ap-.^ %  that we: : are-, 0: our pea the kit; • conferer during the week .. as i see it by LEO MINDLIN I FIPJST heard ^ A dU,1 prison bark m i atf 1 A then friend of mm* p,JI in a plush Miami B* c ., taurant invited m* to For many month] t herns his invitation wa> a ^^ affair We met ThuMT niuhts m the darkest nn A his unbelievably exjuJl impossibly In enporsa discuss the whole world affairs Nothing escaped our notice or our earnenot even Uli 81 CjT, ho on one occasion sat at our to drink in the word of wisdom between us The para t. alities sevmed apparently endless Ethel Merman, sincrr H^r5^1 Sluimlin. Broadway producer. Alex March, television director a\ a nvan named Shepard. who everyone assumed was the i aro ^1 magnste, mainlj because he said so one nuht my fnend asked me 'Do you know Adla: v-vn^J Sated with the famous. I readily confessed I did not whertus*! was told In n '' %  lh *' Goveraor of 01 %  : %  •< J Deal Democral nomine.' for 1'resident" I eouldi %  ir .^1 S01 did it matter mon w4n i emphasise his pout n me that Col I "' nicsgo sssured him U trn' History proved better to the poll I •. ... • • Ml of us remi iciten • inticipstioa in thI ism es s 1 • %  K 1 1 :-. n IH fOUIt VU*S THI V.'S.'ON OUUID The American Bar Association's decision to remove severoi of its majoi functions from the Bath Club when the ABA gathers here in annual convention next month deserves commendation. The convention will be headauartered at the Fontainebleau Hotel. But those extra functions scheduled at another facility lonq noted for its racial and religious restrictive policv would have insulted the many thousands of Jewish attorneys in Miami and across the land who are otherwise not permitted access to the club. We are proud to have had some hand here in calling to public attention this grievous condition. As on many occcsions in th Leo Mindlin executive editor of The lew Flondiati, created in his column a forum foi discussion that helped change the : by 1 climate of opinion toward more equ I neetions. V\e also note with some pit here by our newspaper and radi Ax. Mind lin's In, [em in rig • would otl rerun Switzerland when d. Mr. Stevenson Passes v world in men %  •' |he d I American E. Stevenson. As Unit* N r-ions Ambassadcenson represented our nation in :. his eloquence 1 in the fray toward the betterment : Whether international emerge] pulted him into the forefront of glob such as du: g Cuban tl nee from w d whei Mr St. • .vet faile a cot. • ireness ...s ro.e. 1J tsure of verso now at hs SSJi > 1; s ve 1 %  jsr paf IT WAS NOT • • time. 1 ected: %  s %  I honestly do tiousrj ... • (or the Presidency it the ambil I 11 • tioi i b) Gen Eisenh %  %  •: 1 M) ow ii in.. th him 1 e of tS Anglo British-Israeli ind Suei on Ort 29 IS a week before the election, .• niddeo and very reel ;M front the President a> incumbent Perhaps tor the sssumtni office four years earlier Mr Eisenhower acted twit spoke 1 nil conden French and British ar • their withdraw il from the sami Israel, he geve the Jewish State an ultimatum armiei hack out of Sinai THt BfST MttilOUft Wl MVM HAD IN AN UNPRECEDENTED move umultaneousf) exploitii lei tial Ike S| • %  the United N ter the thn • \" erican alhea .1 mov< wl I S has since learned to suffei will in the I oi 1 rev :• Pouncing t>ra\ • \ Stev enson 1 tt'


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July 23. 1965 *• U-Hlstn-rrMitr Page 3-A Red Delegate Promises No Change 1&-'3 • %  oiic-Jewish Dialoque" between Rabbi Marc H TanenI director of reliqious affairs for the Arr.er.ran Jew••'.•. and Joseph Cunneen. editor of Cross Currents .ous editor of Holt, Rinehart and Winston, bock pubieen iecently on Directions '65 over the •i network. R.tbbi Tanenbaum and Cunneen the 1 ^sibilities of a continuinq Catholic-Jewish and the psychological, theolocpo-l and social obsuch achievement. The program, a sequel to "Bewhich investigated the Chustian sources of [ un on a Feb. 28 presentation, was produ ABC f : with the National Council of Catholic Men. .Tunisia Prexy Drops lis Palestine Solution \ — (JTA> — Habit) i : president <>f Tunisia, • bit campaign for a nbaled Mttismenl ot thr "Pala In an interview he Tunis tu a cortnapondent hare, be said L ,.. romise plan baa (ailed; I trabs nor lerael want |i •,. .in with it." r\ 6f1 inland to take leedor|p c movemonl to pro* for left, men?" of tho Arob-fsrooli ho lotd Tho Observe*-. said ho has "neithor tho inpnaticin nor hSo moon*" for th oivo." Tho probtom mull I*" 'o timo." L said, how over, he \ convin ed that his ad \i >e Israeli pea* • V -will OM dat ha ack ,!. Ill IllN I \ -i ,i li proposals he %  eral m >> at hi id] I n impact on Vrab generation." f tn Mr Bourguiba, \ Gamal bJ %  \ lev on eci wh< %  • they met re announcement of the Boucgniba proposals %  I put the matter verj frankly to. Nasser." Thi' Observer quoted the Tunisian Preshlent a* aajinf "I said that, if t/e could Invoke all tho United Nationreaolutlool — tho*dealing with partition %  well as with the return of the refugees — this WOOM IHa compromise solu• inn which would opt-n the way to ,i peace •ettleraeirl or. at least. tO a !c- saptwlie situation than p have now. I added that \\e had noMHr the itreaflah nor the will in flfM •• "Nasser replied he had said the same thing at the BanrJuns Confer• %  tie of IflSS, and the Afro Asian countries welcomed Ms statement. What separates us, then lit that Men separates an honest man from one who conceals A'" Mr, Bouri uiba asked GENEVA (JTA) Tho Soviet G vernmenl d o • %  not intend to change anything in the present status of the Jewish minority in the l SSR. a United Nations conference dealing with human rights wa-told recently by Soviet delegate <; c Arkadyev, lie spoke at the meeting of the IN Economic and Social Council during a general doI'.lie on human rights at which the I r a e 1 i delegate, Ambassador Moshe Bartur, raised the problem Of SOT iet Jews. "There soems no reascon, in general, to question tho performance of tho Soviet Union for cultural and linguistic rights of national, cultural and ethnic groups, "the Israel representative said. "However, there is the striking, puzzling and extremely moving exception of its large Jewish minority. May I illustrate by some facts. "In 1962, iw books were pui> 11shed in the So iet Union In the \ a ku t s language, a lin ruistic persons; 116 l" ks in the Bashkir language, an ethnic group oi 069,000 person. There i s not one single dailj journal in Yid. dish or Hebrew. There are no text likat all available either in Yiddish or Hebrew, nor even in Russian, on subjects of Jewish history, culture or religion; and, ob viously, such l">ks are prevented from beinc published. No school, not a single class in which Yiddish •>.Hebrew is or can intaught This, in spite of the fad that about 500.000 Jew-, according to the Soviet Union's census of 1H59. declared that Yiddish was their mother tongue," Soviet delegate Arkadyev accused tho Israeli Ambassador of being the representative of the world Zionist movement and of the enemies of the Soviet Union. He stated that the Israeli dolegate's speech was full of distortions. "Why shouldn't we speak about the situation of the Arabs in Israel?" The Egyptian, Algerian an l Iraqi representatives spoke brief ly, stating that, without tning to justifj or excuse the Soviet Union, they Insist on disenssini the situa tion ol the Arab refugees and ot the Arabs li\ Ing in Israel i sing his right of reply, Ambassador Bartur answered Hie Arat dale gats a bj quoting numtxTs of Arab pupils in the Israel State school system, addressing himM-lr I to (he Soviet delegate **££* etiHCe PRESCRIPTION OPTICIANS fASHION CfWTie Of 1HI SOUTH Larjeit SHfct'jn in Latest bt>iea for Men and Women FREE PARKNG SP*CE IN REAR CONVENIENT TO BUSES 728 LINCOLN ROAD (On the Mall) Phone JE 8074* Oculists' Preac-iptoni (rilled CONTAC T LfcNSEb RAT PROOFING A Specialty KGUJI PMT cowraot rot 7rr NOMf 4WD BUilMSS FREE INSPECTION TRULY NOLEN EXTERMINATORS Tel. FR 7-1411 600 N.W. 7th AVE. 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July 23, 1965 —Jmlsli ihrldfor Page 11\ REMOVES SPECIAl FUNCTIONS FROM RESTRICTED FACILITY merican Bar Cancels Bath Club By Special Report YORK — The American sochUioo, which is balding uiu.il convention in Miami in 4UgUSt, IM* raiK-ellecl its foments ir two sessions led to be held •> %  private iat ban Jews and other mifrom membership. ris B. Ahram. president of merican Jewish CO—niilnr, the liar Association '• n .is ., "significant stop" which could serve as a "lenon that dischinmalory membership practices represent a I x u r y which few irroups can long afford." The move by the Bar Association to cancel arrangements for two of its sessions at the Bath Club of Miami Beach was disclosed in a letter from Lewis F. P • w e I I Jr., of Richmond, Va., president of tbe American Bar Association, to Abram, who is also the U.S. Representative on the United Nations Human Rights Commission. On June 29. Ahrani. who is an attorney, had written to Powell. pointing out that Jewi have been '•systematically excluded from the Path Club except when invited M a guest by a member." it i> rather tote." he declared, %  •for an organisation like the American Par Association not to be fully awar of the rea."tions of minority group members of that organization to disirimmatory practioss which bar them from accesa to places where only their Christian brethren are welcome." In reply, on July 12. Powell II %  erted that the American Par Association "does not practice or tolerate racial er religions discrimination in any form," and therefore dlai Stevenson Felt a Great Need to Serve Continued from Page 4-A Jewish community of the States," which he i ailed |Uer pill was, howei er %  < sugar <-oatpall. Honors came his way, the launching <>f the ,. i st( on Foundation at ..I. wish rheologit al s. misery 1061; the American Jewish Vmi i lean Liberties ulhon, : excel Uonal adthe principle ol n libert) in July, IOCS; en S Wise \ ard ol the i< .('i .'< i -h Con gross in kber MH>4 The sadness of Mr, Stevenson's ttomtoe is the confusion of his life: his desire for elective office, which somehow he won as GOT ernor of Illinois, but which i I ided him in his ambition for the Presidency precise!) because capricious historj w as nol read) I his eloquence and chose, instead, la teed the Deed ol favoring a gi HIM al; his ultimate I which always seemed nationally suspect, for he as a man who though) too much, and which his estranged wife nibbed into his public wound bj calling him Hamletesquc, a word despite her own graceless bearing, thai singularly became him; his apparent penonal •ompvomisea to maintain his appointed office at t lie I'nitcd Nations, where the solitude fed upon itsell In statements of r S, policy he often mouthed but did ii"i in facl feel: bis death on the streets of London — the n ad -t esl enl ol %  Bwsj from the decency and pri\ u> of man stipn mi >ai iifice of himself m the sil I is 1 see him again, telling thi lion ol his defeat in 1952 thai he A aa t"o old to cry but too full of pam to laugh l see his face in 1956 o\ e r the si rambled i i • grown cold, his eyelocked in the agony of Indecision and Im pending defeat I hear the echo of his words al the i nited Nations, nou strong, true t onol his fi elings in Ihe How of his poetic prow now weak licj form* d i he the sp ikesman in • i nan e ol his o\ %  rwhelming ni d ic public servant. querj ick restaurant hack in Yes. so years i \ Stevenson now and it i•! sad knowing, Inon ;md demise, has made arrangements to flits Distinguished Guests Dim and Uie dinner dance of its Secti of Taxation elsewhere. Both f these events are part of the am a] convention program f rom At -. •J through Aug 1!. and were slat i for the Hath Club The h-a .,mil w i %  Id use a restaurant ild offci com] ai ble foi party.' II< I have I ertain. I ever be< „i\\ i rse commenl on thi ite clubs n his mat ncr in si FORTE TOWERS NORTH NOW UNDER CONSTRUCTION BBBBJBBBJ I 1 Ir* 1 %  -. ^} 1 j • : / / / ur RENTALS: EFFICIENCIES, DELUXE EFFICIENCIES BEDROOM APART. MINTS, DEHJXE BEDROOM APARTMENTS WITH l!a BATHS, 2 BEDROOM APARTMENTS WITH 2 BATHROOMS PRIVATE TERRACES CENTRAL AIR CONDITIONING PRIVATE PARKING E1EVATOR SERVICE DOORMAN SERVICE DELUXE KITCHENS INTERIOR CORRIDORS SERVICE CORE BATHROOMS WALK-IN CLOSETS 3 SWIMMING POOLS HEATED 1700 FOOT BOARDWALK COEfEE SHOP RESTAURANT YACHT BASIN FURNISHED APARTMENTS 24-HOUR SECURITY GUARD FORTE' TOWERS NORTH MODELS NOW OPEN AT 12th ST. and WEST AVENUE, MIAMI BEACH PHONE: 532-7815 OPEN 9-5 and BY APPOINTMENT A4ILVIN GROSSMAN. A'\ pVe hW I MICHAEL FORTE,' BUILDER-OWNER ARKIN CONSTRUCTION CO. General Contractor



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.-r.re S-A 'jewistHcrMtor Friday. July 23. ife] WJC Parley in Plea to Reds '.:%  -.?: ; -c9 %  itntude tow art Je and expr* I be open* I %  ft'JC exe> i -g *he Riwntnjn Go. err—ent: jti'jJ* reward Jews *• a mo-sel for the e-tire Cewm.$t i :: which cn eTXi*t rl orats solve its JewiW p*cc %  the Je• %  :. *_*i-r ^.. • er minor • -. 55R ih it all the 0. -J' : • it Mi to the "natural and ine• .oluntan. J%  • • u %  :-• Mention to .'" %  .. -.nare ni of inter pinion at the of anti•areas of Soi I • • rorld 1 -• -•• manifesta tod, 'ire • %  soviet p • %  second but related resolu%  it* with possible emigra* :' of Sove* Jews, appealing *o ":scc Government to e --e the problem of the rev: cation ?* families en a ma* 'tritr basis." The measu'e -. tribute to "he Moscow Go. t lent which, it stated, "durta '-• cast <;.v years facilitated Hi* • jre o* some hund'e3< | Jews to reioir their femiliei • c--. -d %  • %  %  • ... to a to .'• %  • • %  It %  • and {*;• to in te I % %  :. %  :. • racial and re deal.ut\ f al "t anti Setnil cited lence of organized • by agenU and aupportt-r u rib League to arouse hostil t> Egainat Jews in Latin America an* -i>ewhere That drvtiopOMD UM resolution stated, neroaailitn tiia international and nations' bodiea and governments take ef i• %  neaaurea to maintain hu %  ME rights and fundamental freedor C*h#r resolution* called on all cjc.ernmenis to refuse asylum to "'' criminals; opposed energet %  ca y to the very principle •* %  ste'ute of limitations for crimes ecainst humarity; reaffirmed sveoort of the World Jewish Corv rss to the United Nations; w*lci-ed the progress made by the Uh .n doaimo, with problems of racial discriminat.on and religions irtolerjnce; end praised last v. ay s fteiaratien of the General AsseirSy of the Council of E-ope which called on UN Soviet ^jver-me'4 to help East West j-sderstand:ng by according eqjal -. rural and religious rights to Soviet Jews. DT %  .WJJC on uor %  SSR Dr Goldmann • .i*\ thai contl that would althe %  : the 5 :„ Ijve i IT attitude must not be interpreted as a general at:et Union in the cold w ar The '.'.j president noted with the West German mderr.. n program ia about U> be -— d the that the time has come -he Bonn Government to tun • | •• •' %  on of mo: ;ithen appealed to the Arab state* r.ize the fact of Isrt do v-tween the \l iHe warned \r.ir Arab lirxl• refrain from becoming idening of the rifl Arab and Jew^h c mnraniUei in many parts of the world lie pointed Nil "have fully together for centuries An) m of this situation anil only h ts on all Noting "with deep satisfaction" that observers from the Conference of Presidents of Major American Jewish Organizations Save attended the WJC eiecotive session. Dr. Goldmann e> preised His co-'tdence that clos* cooperation cow'd be achieved between the WJC nd the Presidr-s Conference, wh.ch he •ermed the most representa Hve Amtr.ccn Jtwuh body." He I %  %  1.. anew and ortani/i' %  %  t the USSR I permit! te to Swed that "m\ : more are due to • • Mr. St eceived .... [ roi .,. Minister Tag* %  The Premier informed him, Mr. S torch said, that Soviet leaders assured him the emigration of Russian Jews who want to be reunited with their families in Sweden would continue. Premier Erlander told the WJC representative that he had pointed out to the Soviet leaders that this policy had b


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July 23. 1965 +Jrlst> n*r*Hrui i M S. HP4NUH KIKANT lekant, Miller [change Vows jfore Dr. Narot performed by Rabbi oph Sarc-t in his study at Tcm•.. former Susan Miller and Kenneth Nelson Sal irday, July 17. L I Mr and Mrs. Eli I : tonia Kd Biacayna Mrs Rekant had her I rol Inn Miller, as maid I •i Miami Beaeti High | •. : Miami Schoid jhc bride is on the j Comstock Elementary %  tool the son of Dr %  • l h Kekant. 1*95 icayne PI His r. Stepl Rekant, terved 3s Miami Beach. -Mr lc of the Univer the university's He is a member of Pi social fraternity. ., ii. ita. legal (rateri i pption and dinner : imlly, the cw.-wvrwv* COMf. Sff A III L PIII§ |"*, beautiful, North Miami School J 1 "* eoniull your Phone Book '"'" P-iei lor a concise eum. mary ot our tint tutoring service* 1'J3W W. Dixie Hwy. PI 7-7*24 Film Festival Slates Sforim Yiddish Classic The second showing In tin Beth Toreh Summer Film Festival will lake place on Wednesdas evening, hen the Yiddish movie "Fiahke der Krumer," ia scheduled, baaed on a rtorj i>> one of the great Ylddtah writers, Mendele Mocher Sforim The Bun portrays the environ ment ot i asti i Buropi of the last urj and is one of the classics df the Yi Wish i ii %  Hi Aug 11, the program which ib d a great stir w hen it HI on ti U\ Ision 'Lei Mj I lo will I*' featured LEO HOHAUSER PLUMBING CONTIMCTING • KIFAIMNG ISrrvinq Oode County Over 25 YearsI till S.W. Utti ST. HI 6-99041 DOMESTIC MAIDS RESTAURANT HOTEL HELP A-l EMPLOYMENT Ph. FR 9-8401 First student to register in the Hebrew Academy North Dade Branch is Michael Ralby, son of Mr. and Mrs. Howard Ralby. The Hebrew Academy is planning a first and second qrade for the North Dade area to cover Miami Shores, North Miami, North Miami Beach and South Broward County. The North Dade Branch will be located in Unified Hall, 2300 NE 171st St. Looking on aie Rabbi Alexander S. Gross, principal of the Hebrew Academy, and smiling parents. Mr. and Mrs. Howard Ralby. Holiday Services At Blackstone Rabbi Korf will conduct the High Holy Daj services, with Rev Er nest Field rendering the muaical portions Of the liturgy Michael So.>m is m charge of all hotel acti\ ities For 'he fifth consecutive year the BlackatOM Hotel. 800 Wash Ington \\e Miami Beach, will hold Hitfh Holy Day services open to the public. This year, for the first time, the Blackstone is under the super vision of the Union of Orthodox Jewish Congregations Of America. with stnctu Kosher cuisine Supervision began last Passover, and Rabbi Abraham Korf has been holding daily and Sabbath services at the Blackstone since then Nome Organ Printed Gratis Douglas Gardens News, organ of the Jewish Home for the Aged, is D printed gratis by Jess Her : u of > • ihine Press, in memory of his I PI te Mrs Anna Waahbu % %  Mrs Washburne was the Douj Gal 'ens News' first editor and a former resident at the Home Page 11-B New Academy Departments Get National Acclaim Expressions of •'ConKraUiL.tions.'" "commendations" and "good wishes" have been pouring Into the Hebrew Academy since its recent announcement of the opening of itSenior HiKh School Department. Louis Merwitxer president, announced. The school will feature a Boys senior High School and a Girls Seni< r High School, each a separate educational unit. Jerome Bienenfeld and Maurice K e I I n e r, chairmen of the High School's parent group, have, reported that at a recent meeting held at the home of Rabbi Alexander S. Gross, "great enthusiasm was shown for the opening of the new educational venture." .V the request of the nth grade nan litthe school is planning to open an 11th grade class this September. Ral t>i Cos-, principal, declared. A special feature of tV schools organizational structure will lie the formation of a Hoard of Directors consisting primarily of par entl of sin fen's attending the Hebrew Academy. The ('.iris High School, which opened last year with a loth and 11th grade, will continue this year with the addition of a 12th grade. Negotiations for a site for the new High School are now being conducted by a special committee including Harry Genet, Samuel Reinhard, Dr. Mathew Zuckerman, Jerry Schechter, and Morris Bienenfeld. The site of th# new High School building will be within the vicinity of me Hebrew Academy. Just returning from an extended trip. Rabbi Cross reported that Jewish religious leaders in various sections of the country "hailed the establishment ot the Hebrew Academy Senior High as an historic milestone in Hebrew secondary education Th fc r "in in %  i Mv*rs. a dlfferenee .. try our si BLOSSOM SHOP 1572 Washington Ave. Miami Beach CALL SYVIA MILSEN JE 2-3231 FREE DELIVERY ALL GREATER MIAMI MM .s* v -^ Coral Gables Convalescent Home FOR FRIENDLY, GENTLE CARE IN GRACIOUS SURROUNDINGS FOR THOSE YOU LOVE. Cleaning Laundry Storage 1201 20th Street JE 8-6104 Miami Beach OPfW 7 AJt. • PM. Some Dor Service Never An Extra Cfcorfe The ("oral Gables Convalescent Home is especially designed and equipped for the care of the elderly and chronically ill. We provide tender care you yourself would like to give .. loved one, plus professional supervision and skilled nursing and medical rntion far beyond any single individual's ability to provi de C 1I W [[ ^ ^ ^^ B ^ 24 HO U REREGISTER ED NURSING SERVICE. • Private bathroom with each room. • Owner-manager en •remises, ("ersonalited service.) • Nursing stoH on duty 24 h.urs a day wader supervision of registered nurses. • targe indoor, outdoor recreational areas. _. • Kosher meats optional. '_SBdaak_* %  • W *.*.. <"— ./,'-. • Special diets observed. • Recreation, occupational therapy. • Beautiful screened-in-patio. e Day care available. • Vocation care for elders. Ferdinand H. Rotenthal. Director. Owner Former Aist. Dir Ml Smai Hoop Cleveland a Dir Jewioh Hume lor Aged. Pittsburgh Coral Gables Convalescent Home ^r. 706C S.W. 8th Street (On theTjtmiami Trail) Miami, Fla. Phone 226-1363



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Friday. July 23. 1965 + UUtJhrMton Page 5-B Socla lit • • • by <^7sabcl C^ ued from P9 IB Contin .,„. ... of shower honorewly-nurrled Dr. and nee Scfaine She %  „„,, Bookbinder. I .,,mdSta Charles ..... Hostesses were ,. Bookbinder i"" 1 m Bookbinder i oriel honeymoon, III embark on aa %  Mxl month in I.on. Beth has lolned her two Hark and Robert ,r .i third time are Mr. -v Edward s. PeMman. <>f 'i ler. Mrs. fold, former Ariene G : .,, %  • %  : i are Mr and •,; ,. !>". i". i.inuin. ol McKcee.-.' Mr .mi! Mrs Simon Miami. loochnaa, eomptrollor al Retirement Hotel, n ed I r-.ni %  %  :.•!. to Ireland, Scotland, l Denmark i pe. n ther i : r rhildi en this I %  mo of the Dr Mi • stdent i>f the %  SI : % %  fali and w ill "|[. r %  ui it] to I rn a Mu.sk Do fi ted charming bride erta Diane Stepkin, .Mil marry Robert Martin fhieaaaan in mid-Aufloat, h; boea in a whirl of excitement istlfe prc-nuptial ahawa ri and lunchcons ajvoil in her honor during the last month ... A misci llanMM skjaojor hosted by her aunt. Mrs Toby Fisher, and cousin. Mrs Sol Greonberf, awe baUJ at the home ol Aunt Toby in linen briar Batatas Carrying out the wedding color scheme of varied pinks and ri d s aa %  h i Hilled umbrella and dolls dn %  ill as brkte and hndal attendants made In Roberta's mother, Mrs Stdnej Stepkin Among guests were: %  eadamea Grandma Mary Stepkin. MHne> Stenkia, Sum Stiver, Bjoberl idler, Albert Sussmaa, Samuel l.iclxiw. Morn, Kaler. s.oiie 1'ont. Nathan Sokoi, .lack Kaler. Merntaa Kalor, William Kalci. Nat Shiiltz. Moe Schatzman. David Royvie, leedore Schwarts, Howard Mcyi r Pon %  N ..1 Sih i rberg, Sam Friedman, Henry \pple, ",. %  nblum, Milton Ku-i:o ;'. Sara Pollock, Jay BITE SIZE KNISHES, J Blintzes & Fancy Hot or Cold Hors d'oeuvres fof yowr cock* 4 tail party or next social func\ tion. Made to your order. Free Delivery. FOR A TREAT HARD J TO BEAT Call 532-1855. If no j answer 532-5W3. rove Tina Cm dull. Sophie Wi i-s. Sidney Goldstone, Cal Pont, Harold Pont, Leonard Font. Ira Randafl and Frances Sussman Also the Mi&ses Penny Kussinof, Linda Fisher, Susan Green berg • •n July 7. sister In law to be, Mrs Robert .viler, entertained Roberta's sororitj sisters and young married relatives and friends at her home in South Miami with a shower in her honor Pink and red row %  were used in decorations Guests included; Moadames Grandma Mary stepkin, Toby Fisher, Sam Silver, Sidney Stepkin. Albert Sussman. Calvia Kaler. Leonard Kaler. albert Levite. Kenny I'lei.-hci loci i ibov. Milton Slote, Georj a Us> ter. Helen l.ieVrman. Arnold Sefaattmaa, Leonard Groanbaum, Sam Schat'/man. Kirhy Silver, Dll id Silver Arthur Rowan, Pianna Wei.*. Also the Misses Hi.me Werner. Judy I.efeoe, Helena Hremier. Linda Slote. Kind Berk. Eileen Apple and CaswJ Allen A delightful luncheon in the heatitiful Caprice Koom ol the Sorrento Kestaurant VMS tendered by COUHIIIS the Meadames Jack Kaler. Herman Kaler. William Kaler. Oilman l'ont. Leonard 1'oni and Howard Berger ... A eorassga of lovely pink carnations was presented to Roberta Cu.sis were the Mesdames Crandma Mary Stopkm. Sadie l'ont. Morris Kaler. kaadore Schwartz., Sam Friedman. Albert Sussman, Sidney Stepkin, Sam Silver. Sam Schat/man. Kirl.y Silver, Dai id Silver, \be Silver, Jack Kaler. Herman Kaler. Colman Pont, Leonard l'ont. Renee Perry Of New York. William Kaler. Arthur Rosean. Sol Greenberg, Clara Mazer, Dave Hern, Harold Pont ami TObj Fisher On Aug. 8. a brunch It being planned in honor of Roberta and Robert by Aunts Mrs Sam Silver and Mrs Morris Kaler at Mrs. Silver's homo, TOT Malaga, Coral Gables Guests will be the bridal party, uniles and aunts, and out oi town guests Rehearsed dinner w.ll be hosted by the bridegroom's parents. \ii and Mrs. Albert Sussman. at th Dil.ido Hotel, prior to the wet j when Evelyn and Ben i i I went on their annual trek to A lanta to attend their family n union, the) look the I i Their first st< p was In Sai laot to \ i-u their newlj wedded an nd h'wife, July Then over to Mobile, win re their daughter, Judi, met some oi hi %  %  u r SEI I Y frien Is A sightseeing trip into New Orleans where they rode a Street Car i"i 50 mties for a dime Over to Montgomery to visit tin Ed i |i ,n'i hen i Atlanta to gi l together with their relatives fn all parts of the country Mi -1 stop was m Franklin, N.C., w hi i little Patti d u g up some nil sapphires "n to GatfJrrburg, Tenn., where rbej enjoyed tl sights and ate hand-made cattdj over '" Hendersonville, down I Charleston lo \ is.it Pans sister, then back io Sara la to tell the >i un iouple .nl about the trip. Their children, Michael and c. ol, held the fort for them here in Miami while ever) one etse aw ay. \ Judge Nathan Eyes Circuit Court Bench I:. •. v.th.m. senior jurist II i hints Court, said this A ill be s candidate fa bjeship in '.lie IBM i< el ionlay! jilt. ith the late e \ll.n. thai it is the lo rev ard good pub th pi omotkm to hi 16, a i thai he to bring tO ( ireui' ,n ol i Kperi turity" bet ause "i his lii i service. Most Florida circuit judcj*i Bra appointed directly from the active practice of law. Few ever lave trie opportunity to get judi:ial experience before becoming circuit judges. 'Experience in ttnaling with neofrom the hemh. plus %  ance and patience that come with 'hiexperience, are of vital mportance when you refloat that circuit judges have jurisdiction Over life and death," Nathan said I also think my 13 years as Small Claims Court judjie indirate I posseaa the pcopec tcni|>ei'ament lor a jurist," he said. 1 established this court, oriainBted its procedures and have erved for more than a dwade as Prod ores and e| ng court record! i h I devised are now In-iny emI ountleaa othar eourta the nation." Nathan aid GOOD THINGS IN LIFE Babels...and Good Coffee p *" No taste in the world satisfies like a bakery fresh bagel...and a cheering cup of Maxwell House coffee. Both arc constant, unchanging and match' .Vss in the joy they give—each in its own, a tiadi, ^ inal favorite in lewish homes. MAXWELL HOUSE I N STAlf T OK R K<; 1 L AH Good to the Last Drop! <*X* I M*£ 1 i i > K meant Kaihtr. Under Rjtait Htmh Ken and Mpervision ol Bernard levyJ



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1965 km I si th,lti->r Paqe 15-B GAL NOTICE mnc >T COURT OF THE LVENTH CiAL CIRCUIT IN AND F< %  OAOE COUNTY. FLaMHDA N CHANCERY No 5C 7199 i>IMn*tBI> IOAM Bl. Pln—lUT :.)J*A8PI BE BY PUBLICATION torn, •? %  *• v \ known) %  %  11 %  %  !Ir I.-.I iii.-.i i II of Owl •''"' '" IMwireo hn l~ • ii ad ananv IreS .• • %  •r 4k Hi 1'in • %  < Complaint "u Hi..innr v II.XKI.KV I1TH. 1401 x r Drive, %  %  4. Ipi i 'i Hie <>>•' orlstnal w^^^m i • : u \ v. • %  '. %  B^nHsin'i. [ 1. pi.I I I 'lei k \KVtac. .-Mini %  unaajler lN*K' >.UBl,t0 7 |. %  fclRC.r COURT OF THE tUOK *L CIRCUIT OF IDA IN AND FOR DADfc INTV .N CMANCtR* N K i Pin nil. Vn lARIJfcDafeBti %  ^IDER TO APPEAR • I 1 \ IS OHytHV BY HENRY LEONARD WHY RABBIS GET GREY AT THE TEMPLES: i LEGAL NOTICE ENROLL NOW... Akih SUNW SCHOOL IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA IN PROBATE No 67371-C IN RE Kntata ..r \\ 11.1.1 \\l \\ ILBON 1' • NOTICE TO CREDITORS To All ''" dlton ..mi All I< mum Hai Ini Clalmi "i Demands Asalnat Bald i: -1 -. t. You ara hereby notified and required in i"-.in an) .-i.i i in?and deni.in which you ma) havi annliiei Hi.. -!;•:• -.1 William H'llaon -l — ••! late of Dade County, Florida, lo thai County Judaea ..f Dade County, and | file Hi.aami in dupllcati and ai provided in Election 7*1.1*, Florida si..iUtea, in ili-Ir offlcaf in th. County Courthouo In Dade County. Florida, within si\ calendar months from ih< tin f ill. Oral publication h< or ili.' -.in a 111 I..' ban ed. i'..--.I ..t Miami, Florida, thla and .1... ..r ,i \ I IM;-. SI:I.KN \ .i \> KS. >N Aa Kxecutrlx Find imhiiciMiun if rhl notice on Ihi >th .ii\ -i( July, 1-%i. •>••"•" Ml if.KIS i'l.lll'\ \ Ti\ Hj Aim. ii.. A% Coral Gabh Fl ATTENTION ATTORNEYS! fJenirf fk ridltori solicits your legal noticM. W appreclat. your patronage and guarantw* accurate eervice at legal raiee Dial Fit IflitS lor meaaenaer eerrice 'But, Rabbi, why Hebrew also? After all, he's not going to be a Rabbi !" Copr. 1965. Dvnii Pioducl-cM j %  %  '" by •i* PkUei LEGAL NOTICE I LEGAL NOTICE urd k of t any t. • th* • In Iff a&nnnnV n. nil %  aJOTK -4 THI C n. RT OF • EVENT %  T OF FLO").Ii D For OAOE COUr. sen MtR •'* > SVCI.1 nalaUn BUc i nieanli i SUIT 3 DAORCE y -1. rkaoi naanV '.:IER FICTIT'OUS NAME LAW %  '• • • LEGAL NOTICE 70UNTY JUDGE'S COL I AND FOR DAOE CC • T • FLO ROBATL %  • \ol \ I %  JEB 1 • VE LAW NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NO %  >: 1> HKR1 %  •< 'H\ I \ I -!.:>.• • %  ,.( %  %  i %  : n the C 111.11... i! 1. I : • i • : • • %  CIRCUIT COURT, 1ITH JUDICIAL ,*, CIRCUIT. DADE COUNTY. FLA. No. 65C 7382 rci'ii'iNi: HI:AN Plalntltr, \ I:I.\ iv FK VNKI.IN M: *•-' NOTICE BY PUBLICATION Si 1| I., A N I'KAMI v v I %  • I ULAH '• x u I I •. I NO F o FLOI %  I I •I I' : > I %  %  %  IN THI L.RT IN A N D FO F FLC.'IDA IN PROBATE B CE or pRor %  x \ i THE FOi: NOTICE L '-Din LAW %  \hJ .' t SI > N.W loenejr %  %  • • •-£ • 9 IE i THI I s COURT IN A • Y. FL -IE Nj 61731-B nV E INTO MAKE ON FCRDISTRIQU' ID FINAL DISCHARGE |l\en lul I .i H i r i MI %  i %  ashni %  -Aaniat n^B< > i x inn i MI •• III ii' ouni > JudnT* %  I i ii .; Nil ilai IIMl .1 %  II \ "y Statbut: K l la^ffSAl uly te > nf i %  n auid ttnr c •uam .i i di i %  %  ( Hiil.lth il> %  tl J .-\M1 I' SMIIII a n at MANUul K % f.rfA-|. iniatrntor in li.i Miami Una %  *, Fla | l COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IM SiNO FOR DAOE COUNTY. FLORIDA IN PROBATE No I313t lenT: %  -•'• %  AannV IIHUMAN ones i %  P1.ICA [OF INTENTION TO MAKE kTION FOR DISTRIBUTION FINAL DISCHARGE la her^ ert an HIHI l h:.\ • Final i:i '-n and Palltlon IIII.II :imi Final Dtoehani* r of 11 • • Mate ••! ANNE dm i ml i ii.it m |of .iiii. IM i, ill appil u>l oum ) .1 udf i nny, *i• I.I i • >.. .i >'il R#ii' ..i ili-irllmtli.n ami >U S %  <>< 11. W • Lyons M A -Oh*,, nateont :itntAN, h day <.ST* IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT IN AND FOR OAOE COUNTY. FLORIDA IN PROBATE No iTTOlC (•IMMVK U BRi 'KJ3 1.. NOTICE TO CREDITORS •v.. MI iVedl n tnd MI r. rauni HerI'IIC .1 i. i uBdt Anninal Suld i -• .i. ^ ->n ara li.-r.-by eoUfiod and re;.. -.1.1 ill,. I..llll> .mil "1^ni.4ii.iwit < ii you mao hnv* ,tKaln*t natnti "I MBfMVK IS. i:i:mlK> I MIAMI. I>A1 >K CouBU Florida, lo the County JmUa. af IK..I. i %  ,.. and file the HIM ill iii. i ..ui.. in Hi.County Courthouea in Dana County, Florida, wltliln ix onlendnr niontlui fr..m lha ont* "i bnl i. 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Page 12-B +MlstTkrldton Friday, fcjy 2: ctrmingiy h <£ Jith ~'pp O PENING ni,ru at the Grove Playhouse is always ;m exrung especially when one is treated to rhe fine acting ..n Fontaine and DenniPatrick in "The Unc: iueot." ters wire the Pallot -,1k theatre enst-skimming jacbad a cardigan neck) ne, I was vered %  • • ormer Natlot, who is • coral. i the %  H r mat Mrs i • sS. Mrs Harry Botwick made the %  %  pink knit that .-lie was Her overblouse was casual fitting, and the scooped neckline had an interesting lace%  ffect. Her daughter, itv ick, also chose a knit in white with a V-neckline detailed in pink. Ribhed silk faille in an ice citron color was Mrs. M. Weimtein'l choice for the even] in*. Her jewel necked sheath had ;• slight Aline flare to the skirt, and a matching jacket completed her ensemble. aqua moygashel sheath shirt and ', • • •> Meyers chose .1 eoral lmen sheath with a matching tared sweater which was short in the bolero fashion with a capelette flare. A deeper shade of pink ribbon was laced around the border of her sweater. Mrs. Ivy Thayer's Macfc silk embroidered organza had an il• and a triangularshaped matching stole. Her sister, who is visiting from Wash• D.C., Mrs. Sylvia Sokol, also chose black for the evening. Her silk cr. V **** Matured an emerald green insert around the deep \ neckline which was em broidered with jets and rfctoe i ea Mrs Sam Silver wa in thi eUsaii Mack and white cheek done in the tai shion Her fitted bodice had the V-neckline with a peaked collar, jel button.created a double breasted effect and black patent completed thi trim A burnt orange silk prim in a modified oriental style was worn by Mrs Mike town Mrs Paul Harriettshocking pink moygashel featured lattice-like inserts near the hem r E black and white check eon bination was the choici o Mrs. Bobbi Scbecter \ full over a decoUeti sheath combined to a stunning ensemble. Mrs. Charles Gol topped her black silk sheath with a Chesterfield-styled coat in white with black polka dote Lemon yellow was the color ot Mrs. Tonj Lane's silk alpaca en serable. Her sheath had a match ki i w.th the full-length sle Honor Student Eyes Medicine P nt. an honor rui -<" %  jchool iplani creer in mi San ... Mr ami Mr*. Harold A. ;.,,. • [01 SVi 4th Ma the 1-vw.ir,;,i Edwin hamaintained an \ j Cables Sstuor .:, and won ; •' %  ** *t -hip k ...... | linger Edwin ahto olin in the MHO | tra which he serves aa treaturer H,. ib actn ities include •lip i n 1. Allegro Music ,j. „,„ %  s iety, Para-Medical I nib, \,i„.,i Vouth and the Chetnletrj i Committee to Meet With Rabbi Caplan; Adath Yeshurun Seeks His Return kaRS. Sydney Weintraub was %  seen chatting in a two-piece • • Yesl his week s ti Rabbi ; t(l pulpit. iplan, pn I f the er Miami I i %  %  Association, month and an i ii he would form a in the North Miami Beach area A meeting will be held Monday. 9 p.m.. at the home of Judge and Mrs. Joseph M. Nadter, 18O?H) SE 9th PL In addition to the boats, also on a committee to discuss the question of Rabbi Caplan's return are: Dr. and Mrs. Donald G. Rosenberg, Mrs. Blanche Rosenberg, Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Lewis, Mr. and Mrs. Norman Glover, Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Tonick, Dr. and Mrs. Harold L. Gutter-man. Mr. and Mrs. Norman Leiberman, Mr. a.->d Mrs. Jim Jacoby, Judge and Mrs. Joseph M. Uadhr and Mr. and Mrs. Raphael Lcvi. s • many vital questkx import never brought to hi for his thoughts ami were satisfied thai our differences could be and should he resolved," a Utter addressed to Adath Yeshurun mem bers lh:week declared. 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Page 12-A ,%#. +J(lstncr/•* %  > Orthodox i p.m. Satui *""• 6:30 p.m • AGUDATH ISRAEL 7801 Canyie Ave Orthodox Rant" Isaac Ever • A-4X.AT SHALOM CONGREGA TiON. 9** SW 6?th Ave Oorthodox Cantor Uriel Kershner • AVSHE EVES. 2533 SW '9th Ave Conservative. Emanuel Kushelewiti. c-esident. • BETH DAVID 2*25 SW 3rd Ave. Con u. CANDIELIGHTING TIME 23 Tconux — 6:52 p.m. • servative. Race Sol Landau. Cantor BETH VOSHE CONGREGATION AMI '2 Wash.ngton Ave t do. Rabbi Dc Roaencwe.g • FLAGLER GRANADA W N F p,Co..ry.t.v. Rabb Dav d Ros en.elc Cantor George Goldberg F T LALOEROALE EMANL EL W S Andrew. Ave Reform Rbb R chard v Lev.ton Cantor Jerom, Klement. • HEBREW ACADEMY 24CO P.netree Or Orthodo. Rabbi Ale.anaer S Gross. HOLLYWOOD TEMPLE SINAI •20Raor William W. Lioson. ...,.". i in fe:'.inlay S> a. in • ... BETH EL. 500 SW '7th Ave. Orthoccx. Rabbi Solomon Schift • BETH ISRAEL 711 40th St. Orthocox Rabb' Berel Wem. I t | • Pall) in< ha T p m Johnson St Conservative Dav.o Shapiro Cantor >en„dah Heilbraun. HOMESTEAD JEWISH CENTER t-< Satur St HO'ettead Conservative Can 13630 W Dixie Hw> Conservative Rabbi Richard Marcovits Cantor Seymour Hinkes. • nnrrl l*r. tl ll 4 HI • BETH TFILAH. 935 EuC'd Ave Orthodox. Rabbi Joseph E Rackovsxy SYNOPSIS OF TORAH PORTION OF THE WEEK PHINfj M. sea choose* JOahua %  his successor in the pr m |, i my \nd he took J< ''"•' ,>4 • f ^, B*" n And he laid hands upon him \ | n „ PHINEHAS 'And ^e Lord "poke unto M Phinehas the -•"> o( Klea/ar Uw -" t Aaron I ;, Mv w (rillll (he children of larae. In that I M j M ke anwai *em. eo ftat I %  I Israel In M) '•"'"-> Wh n Tu^ "* Lye unto him M) covenant of peace; nd It shall ,nd ti. his seed after him, the covenant of an eeei hood' Numb 25 10-131 The children "f Israel wera commanded to '>. b Midumtes Moses wai inatructed t> live the di rhehad the inheritance of their fattier. *o tad died I \. ,.i Joshua u h.s successor Tni P with a d script** ol the observance of the various Imf tfisfi BETH JACOB 30' Washington Ave C-thodox. Cantor Maurice Mamches. TE-H KODESH. 110 vedem T.i; tionai Shapiro. Cantor Benjamin Ben-Ar i tv, \, .--..•-. • \ i • BETH TORAH. 164th Si 1"0 NE nth Ave. Conservative Rabb Max Lipschiti Cantor Ben-Zion Kirschenbaum. )-': ..1.. \ t p.m. Sal cha i SW 12th Ave. a *}•" B'NA! RAPHAEL •-.' %  N A "83rd St Conservative RabPi Ha-c'c Richter Cantor Jack Lerner. ISCLBA\ HEBREW CIRCLE CF Ml. Hebrew Lesson • I • T ... %  T I -in: nxx?] rs'-nn n:r: VN;-ii0Di*is ?r Irfflrtnif •n: — •_ % %  :• HiTsrin -V 1 "*, XW* DTOIB "" 'STH %  ?lira I T T tor Pincus Aloof. • ISRAELITE CENTER. S17 SW 2Mh St Conservative Rabbi Shma-yah. T SwirsKy Cantor Louis Cohen • JACOB C COHEN COMMUNITY SYNAGOGUE 532 Washington Ave Orthodox Rabbi Tibor H Stern • KNESETH ISRAEL 1415 Euclid AV Orthodox Rabbi David Lr" Cantor Abraham Seit • ... '• %> • MIAMI BEACH ETZ CHAIM -gton A>. O'thodox Rail Ab'ahani Strassfeld. • M WONAiRES CONGREGATION Bra Rd Modern Trjoil .") • OHEV SHALOM lit Normandy DOrthodox Race Ph.neas %  n Th.j receontina of th Wtettly Portion of th* Law i, traded and bai.d upon "Tha Graph.c Ki.tory o the j,„ Heritage edited by P. Wollman-T.amir. $15 Publish.Shengold, and the volume i available at 27 William St.. h„l York 5, NY. President ot" tr> *oci1y distributing th. .e.-,kj is Joseph Schlang. THE RABBI SPEAKS FROM HIS PUIPIT Dr. Herzl and Bialikg Their \ ision oi Z'mi -iai / • om Massada's Foreign Legion La -' > i ar, then w al Mouni Mi --., la ,.:: lion !u a ': Yadin jYi-' Yadin is i i an -:i • lS l rh, exc; he h;i< SEPHARD.C JEW.SH CENTFR 6. i i_ .. Co'ims Ave Rev Cantor Sap '.*•nave brought „ a$ him international farm Bui Ya • ...-. efori He w as Chi< I ol Stafl ot Zaha Foi rVhen Yi aal, h< Ian his archai ol< gical exca> ati :.meticulous military pre* is TEMPLE ADATM VESHLRLN se-v.Hvr C2^ NE taSra Si V a" Gardens Ro C. • NTf. PLl BETH AM S9W S Dr So a" R Rabc Herbert Daur-.. %  %  i he Profi : \ an of t %  • i: who had i i [ thi reMPLE %  h Ave ... .... ..... ltr.ict.cn s! Ice M i ••• *} -4 ?r r—r-i-i aught S pa in. R t Prepared bv 'he Greater Miami Rabbinical Association %  %  • tells • i • thai %  • %  i %  %  irrrsnn rs ]::r^ 1713 I T • ; V • : T : rid a i ... • %  -• hiteel profession, took a I "ir.s c*i~;r*2 T "Si'i' ...••.,He ; —. ....._ I -. %  : A : **J 85 1 vz*:-;--:ai .f~s-, _. .-,-..! Published by Brit Ivnt Olam.f I. 4144 ton l I! %  %  il • SHOLOV itaa % %  •• %  • • -. -. %  • T EVLE BETH St C nai ; TEMPLE I AveContervati .-j :ani r -:. -r c-::\s: Installation Set Hrrn :-For Rabbi Lardau V "irrs .n*T|? 73 -r--n %  ii i. r^":ix "mtratiBQ'H nn m %  ?$ rv?"u *:K.rnnr: rrtalpoa n3??riai ,n^ln rn enp-p *?r nr—mto> nr-TK p-toa .n-Tsv^ ^D-i^p ]s--i3 ns n*jxaa ,]K*n3 .n;-;:x:r -:rc^:pte1xp?| c-r-r-x s-r Tjicj nai ntfBn --r—: mn .aionn —;:\-^ nr-i --::-7 rx ^r^ .rna irrra nx'-r:n rr^nD %  11 \ i Men lei Selij baa bea i • cial comr %  • %  arrange the instaUatioo ".ibbi S I Lan.iau at Beth David Congre %  Sept 12 Rabbi I^rkiau. ther of home diseussioii groups amoni; Beth David members Seng bai been a resident of Mi ami for the paM se\en >ears or finally corning Irum Maaia'llill Amonc the participants at the I 1-' function will be Rabbi Lao. dau'i father, l>r Bsekiel Undau. of t lion Beth l>ra'l ir. \< u York Cit\ ^E SRAEL OF GREATER Mi AM NE -oth st Rdonr Hjrr Josec R Narot • TEMPLE JI-DEA 32C Palern LiDera:-Reform. RabBi Man t •. [ par • TEMPLE MENORAH 620 7ith St Conservative RaOd Mayer Abram ov.iU Cantor Edward Klein a TEMPLE NER TAMO 10th St tna Tat.im Waterway Modern Trjj t onai Rabb. Eugene Lilu.li Can tor Sau H Breeh TEMPLE OR OLOM Conser.at ., t7K SW Itth St. Miami RjBb. Sam„ei April Cantor Nco Feloman TEMPLE SlNAi OF NORTH MIAMI •2-00 NE 15th A. R.to.m R 1B t Dan.i M Lew, Cantor Chet Gale TEMPLE TIFERETH JACOB JI E • A.r H aieah Conse-.j. TEMPLE ZAMORj *a z.mor. A., ••-..it .r Cantor Ben D TEMPLE ZiON B%> • -r R,| T FERETH SPAEL 400 N • • • %  • Rabb. 1 • • 1 • %  n thai %  1 • 1 live "1 crj "( %  lr: hi. "If th to Knew" %vai • %  foui ir...h and hi the V*. %  : : %  people tint he in poet I of slaves and the fir-' tion pie Bialik aptlj "' free men nakip, Writer editor, inthologiat, tran^ non % %  • Theodor CHAIM HACHmAS /il %  -I Victims Demand Trial Recordings ] % %  Beacn (r*n l ?i nnar nna nxuina) VOLNG SRAEL I 1 VOt'NQ IIHStL. "St St OrtnoaoM Raoo. Sh.r„ lr c u ".„ N* Hill •. 1 BONN .11 \ The [nternettonaJ mittee of I amp. aa orgaaiaa of former inmatea "( Nati tration can;aaked Weal German Justice Minister Karl We -:ials N fullv re the pr. rman an the %  In sjbmittmg the request, M,mann Langbain. chairman of the Committee said that "not only victims ot yesterday, but Plenty w,n fc. grateful to tho Just.t, Minister for ttsoto hi&f oneal documents laid down in th# protocol." = Karlui Dr. Wehi loniYrt i,,< that : • tha! th IH Kt foil until the exptratii r*d statute of Lin all Nan I trial Di ... • %  tier M %  I >.R.ll that thi. oj—at toil rt-soi'. to i -.



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Page 2-A 9-Jenlit fk-rMton Fridcy, July 23, World Jewry Mourns Stevenson Death • SITED NATIoXS — (JTA) — American Jewish in the -<" %  < ral mourni r the sudden death oi AmWl, i h.iir:iu i itited States dek i n, who died >i .1 heart attack in London at the age of 65. He was on hick from a ir i sited Nations Eimic and So.-ial Council in Geneva where Soviet anti-Semitism was among topics brought to the attention of the Council. Mr. Stevenson had appeared frequently as the major speaker at events conducted by American Jewish organizations. During hi two unsuccessful Presidential campaigns, in 1352 and 1956. he had % try broad backing from leading Jews and from Jewish voters in general around the country. His rat* in removing "tho last vetftioot of anti-Semitism in tho ADLAI STfVFNSOrV at age 65 commissioning of naval officers' when he served as Special Assistant to Secretary of the Navy Frank Knox during World War II was recalled by National Commander Ralph Plofsky of the Jewish War Veterans. As head of the IS. dele to the United Nations, Mr Steven* n distinguished himself as a friend of Israel at a aeries oi S ciinty Council sessions only last December He had, at times, been criticized by some Jewish leaders as not sufiicientlj sympathetic to Israel in its disputes with the Arab states. However, all recalled last Decent ber's Security Council meetings when it was Mr. Stevenson who mved Israel from condemnation by the Council as a result of Syrian complaints charging Israel with •overt agrewion." House Bill Drops Jewish Reference Continued from Page 1 A it to include, along with the USSR, "the governments of other Eastern European countries." The inclusion of other Eastern European countries disturbed those concerned with alleviating the plight of Jews in Russia because such nations as Poland and Hungary follow policies toward Jews far different from the Soviet policy. Rep. Kelly said that proponents of the resolution, various Jewish leaders, had asked her to summon non-Jewish witnesses on Communist religious policies when her Subcommittee held hearings. She said .-lu 1 held the hearings because ol the Jew i-h requests Had there l>een no such request, she stressed, the House version of the resolution would have been drafted to conform with the Senate wording, along the lines of the original Rib icoff resolution. But once non-Jewish witnesses publicly detailed the plight of of Catholics and others in Com r BERNARD LfTMAN THE RIGHT LIFE INSURANCE AGENT IS YOUR BEST ASSURANCE. AND THE RIGHT LIFE INSURANCE AGENT IS A LITMAN ASSOCIATE. 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Friday. July 23, 1<$J Page &-B WOMAN OF THE WEEK She is the Woman of the Year of the Florida Ladies' Auxiliaries of the Jewish War Veterans of the United Mates. Belema Steier. now MrMax Kern, spent her school days in Jamaica. Long Island. She took dancing lessons and e.ocution. and at 12 \ears of age was an accomplished ama, teur entertainer. At 14. she had a manager, did singing. dancing and script work Then, she gave up her car-er because her mother, heartbroken over the tragic death of her older daughter, needed her. Through a strange twist of fate Billie. as she was nicknamed, met the man she thought was so handsome and whom she was later to many in Miami She then found. six months later, that his place of business was right next to her father's in New \ork City. After they were married in 1942. Mac went into the service. He sold his business and bought income properties for his wife, who was about to become a mother. Donna followed in the footsteps of her mother, Billie: the whole dramatic bit. She was the first child to model in an airplane. At 16. she was in Miami Undercover. Billie took her to New York. working with her and preparing her for dramatic work. She was offered a contract for the movies, but Mac said no. Heartbroken, mama and daughter got over their disappointment, and Donna is now crazy about her job. even if it isn't in the movies Brother Norman is now 18 Billie. taking an example from her mother who was active in Murachi and Young Israel, plunged into organizational work with the same intense feeling she had devoted to dramatics. Tne impressive list of activities for which Billie won the coveted Woman of the Year Award includes evenphase of Jewish War Veterans Auxiliary work, among them president of the Auxiliary and the Department of Florida, as well as state and national positions. She was president of the Miami Beach Council, B'nai B'rith Women, and active with then on the state and national levels. She was also active in Nautilus PTA. on the Board of Governors of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation, chairman of Heart Fund drive for six vcars and of the March of Dimes for three vears, worked with the Miami Beach Social Service C3. Cystic Fibrosis, Civil Defense and instituted classes for Senior Citizens at the YM11A. Besides all this and much more, she has and always will find time to help her husband. The Kerns have a dress factory. Belema Inc., where they do their own beading and trim, "-hu is the designer. Needless to say. Billie wears dresses that her husband designs Since Mac can only concentrate at night, he has hteraliy pushed Billie into doing so many of the duties she now performs. Billie, who has been president of Flapps for the past three years, realized that past presidents do not fade away — they don't even retire gracefully. 1". :pps. whose real name is Florida Ladies' Auxiliary of nts of Jewish War Veterans, gives them a difI a different way of being a past president. Billie writes the shows with which Flapps entertain no; only n. but underprh that need enter%  Billie bones thai she and her sband, who is a former JWV post commander, will be able %  now, she feels that the fuJ feeling she gets when she gives 'it hersi her husband say to a : How pn ud I am of Billie and the wonderful work in the i immunity." Levine, Cohen Wed in Alabama; Will Live Here The f o r m e r Sherry Ann cohn daughter of Mr. and Mrs Bernard David Cohn. of Tuskagee Alai.. became the br.de of David Martin Uvine son of Mr and Mrs. Irwin Levine, 850 0 SW 120th St.. on Thursday, June 24 The double ring ceremony, held at 8 p.m.. at Temple Beth or in Montgomery, was conducted by Rabbi Nathaniel Zimskind. Given in marriage by her father the bride wore a gown of white silk peau de soie fashioned with a portrait neckline The bodice, a semi-blouse effect ending at the waist, was encircled. 89 were the elbow-len^h sleeves, with bands solidly encrusted with pearls and crystals, and buttoning down the back with tiny self-covered buttons. The bouffant skirt formed a chap el train, and her finger-tip veil of silk illusion was attached to a crown of crystals, She carried an all-over embroidered handkerchief tha: belonged to her paternal grandmother, the late Mrs. Bessie B. Cohn. Her only jewelry was a diamond pendant She carried a bouquet of stephanotis. lilies-ofthe valley, and purple-throated white orchids. Honor attendants were Lois Samuel and Mrs. Sidney Levine Bridesmaids included Marian Ehrenberg. Lucinda White. Wendy Cohn. the bride's sister, and Robin Levine. the bridegroom's sister. Lisa P<>dem served as flower girl. Mrs John Patterson was in charge of the bride's register. Sidney Levine was his brother's best man. Serving as groomsmen were Jimmy Cohn. the bride's broUKS. DAVID UVWI ther. Irving Epstein, Irving New man. Stanlej Cohn. Jimmy Epstein. Ushers included Robert Cohn former Gov John Patterson, Charles P. Miller and Knight Barman. Following the wedding ccremo ny. thtparents of the bride entertained with a reception in the ballroom of the Jefferson Davit Hotel Attending the nuptials were Mr. and Mrs. Gotlieb and Sam Cohn. grandparents of the bride, and Mrs Louis Epstein of Miami, the bridegroom's grandmother. On their return from a honeymoon in Nassau, Mr Levine and his bride will live at 4450 SW 67th Ave. Miss Bookbinder Weds Physician fn Connecticut Hi:,;, Mrs bartes B r-skbimW, | ihe Rec ncj Hot) -. Miami Beach, ar.no.ince the laughter, Carole, t.) Dr U*. rence Sch'ne, son cf Mr jn!and i • Bi -t man was Roberl EU< rrphew .'i Vimiral Hym.in Rickover, and brother-in-law •: the %  Matri n of honor was Dr. • iter, Mrs R Rickovi r The bri! Florida with a degree in accounting an planned for Hie -•in..i.. r of 1966 ton is* Mr and Mrs Icon BemfeW Euclid Ave.. annour %  "• en; of thnr da : .'^ter, beL to Martin H Smels n %  %  Mr a n d MrBenjamin Mnel sun. 96o tk-oan I)r \U-i i.i gradual* 11 A 11 a n 111 Cit> High and Atlan Cits Charm and Mitleling School At present, si ecretai >r < •" :ml Pub '..• %  .. Mr -: %  • I Miami !' % %  High a i : Fieri : ind Rl 1 Electroni< I He now .. %  his lathtel In >in< -• Ortobi in) mni MISS CAIl SMILAN AJCong. Radio Show Sunday Announcement was made this week bj Bernard Segal and Abraham Grunhut. chairmen of the Commission on Internauonal Aflairs. American Jewish Congress. Southeast Region, of a series of radio broadcasts on Station WMIE beginning this Sunday. 5 p.m., on the Pacem in Terris (Peace on Earth) Convocation. The convocation, an international gathering to examine requirements for peace, was assembled in New York City last February Opening meeting of 2,500 people was addressed by Vice President Hubert Humphrey and IN Secre General U Thant, among others. The Sunday program is being lOred by American Jewish Congn perl of its Agenda for on WMIE. Cong. Pepper to be Guest I ong. and Mrs Claude Pepper will be guests of honor at a summer coak-out and fish fry on Friday in Hialcah at 254 East 5th St. Plans for the party were made recently at Miami Springs Villas by ommfttee headed by Jack Beatty and Bob Daly. Also serving on the committee are David Stu/in. Dave Zipperson. Paul Brockman. Wally OrwalL Ed Wallace and Jack Hanks The committee announced that the cook out will begin at 4 p.m. ROOM AND BOARD WANTED IN RESPONSIBLE FAMILY FOR HIGH SCHOOL GIRL Write: M.G.. Box 2973, Miami 33101 WIDOW DESIRES TO SHARE HER HOME with working or retired lady. Rent free in exchange tor companionship. Phone 661 0409 LADY WISHES TO SHARE HER APARTMENT with another lady. Board if desired; qood home cooking. Kosher. Air-conditioning if desired. 1569 Pennsylvania, Miami Beach. Phone 532-2739 LAUNDRY WANTED KOSHER BOARD & ROOM Young lady from Pensacola entering Miami Junior College, desires strictly Kosher board I room with Jewish family. Write Mrs. Saul Clatt, 420 W. Gomalei Street, Pensacola, Florida. FREE ROOM & BATH TO WOMAN OR COUPLE in beautiful borne, in return for sleeping in & occasional driving for elderly couple. Cooking privileges if desired. Call 226-0724 • ••*••*••** KEEP FREEDOM IN YOUR FUTURE WITH U. S. 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Fcge &-A >Jenl*f fkrkfor Friday, July 23, ,J Oriental Jews Suffer Less Cancer J-.zz: }'..:< i>7w;kT" on location in Israel for the movie proion 3~s: a G.ant Shadow,' is an interested visitor at the recenuy-opened Israel Museum in Jerusclem. Here Douqlcs examine* the d-spicy of menorahs coverinq some 400 years, •eject of the America-Israel Cultural Foun.-.. The Foundation headed by Isccc Stern, is the American h c:ds Israel's cultural life. UWBOH JTA m u MM of KeptfbiHtjr to cancer anmn: 4 European and Oriental on gins m I>ra*l wre referred to here thi-. week by Prof. Peter Bencon-fieki when he *-a*ri that the new at) preach centers on the search for 1 Me oi Mocking the active nature of the enzvme or chemical initiator in cancer p* tient-. Prof. Beaconsfield then cited Israel, where he said medically well-documented people of diverse geographic origins live under similar environmental conditions. [t h nine! by : Health • t Jews i-rr. ess liki I; n Jews t DaTCfi No lIanatin of thi. fact has been made Profeaaor Beeconfield asserted that the oriental be lone k* e-hnic er.xipknown to have a deficiency of the eiuyrocMtewdd 10 %  instrument a) in producing cancer o The d.iKi.iu-N aeewra maiah i" naiM an the medial atholar. is moat I.v tauaj| „ cial croups that original the shores of the Eastern llea ranean. Membersfcip CtW Port? y\ Chapter *4T of B'rwi B nth 4 inin "ill hold a memlwparty <>o Tnesda> at the Uous~fl M.n Lee. 634 COUULS A •*~www^,. RENT A CAR faov •65 DODGES A ..o~. r IM. g 301 23rtJ Street ,na 0>Mew >- Goldberg is New UN Envoy Continued from Page 1-A T 1. who worked ai p .and a hi t to Chicago. There. t • „11 the to rabbi who married him and the former K II at the ... 1. n IT he coanet to n.. Justice Goldber tit) Lav the tuv of incLaai li • I tofa book.for hibrother.to tin NOW ON STAGE • • %  • • %  < • % %  •'- JOAN FONTAINE Dir** t from Zndon in trie I S I'rrmirrc of "THE UNEXPECTED GUEST A U k M %  %  .. .-> hy AGATHA CHRISTIE COCONUT GROVE PLAYHOUSE Restaurant A Art Gallery 3500 Main Highway, Miami HI B 2581 SilliUUIT ROOF C NNER-DANC N6 NGHTLY TO THE MUSIC OF MAL MALKIN HIS PIANO AND HIS ORCHESTRA featuring SUE LAWTON Superb Continental Dining t tht STARLIGHT LOUNGE for a breathtaking f/W P.a'atlPorras on Accordion No Cover, No Minimum DORM o the ozean at 46th Street. Miami Beach s* Reservations Required: JE 2-36C0 f. and Irish of hit Chica hood nut up their boyiat) hell to a New York iiiiKH pet • at %  ).' % % %  mut. Declared the Times: "Whan he was Secretary of Labor, he was known to have made decisions for fhe President i Kennedy) and to have told the President about them later. In cne dispute, he announced on a morning television program that the President had sent a letter to the parties requesting certain action. Mr. Goldberg went to his office after the program, wrote the letter and then burst into the President's office, interrupted a conversation with a diplomat, and got the President s signature on the letter." I children He is i i with intelh i phj ... From 163, He is I %  I ol I • i the B'nai B I year Award hi in Januarj WINNER OF 8 ACADEMY AWARDS BIST PICTUBl ait HARBISON. BEST ACT0* CfOtCI CUK0K, BIST DfffKTOR AUDREY HEPBURN^ REX HARRISON .~.aT.\ racteticeuM* suManavitaxr** mo* i UNCOIN THEATRE LINCOLN ROAD MUMIBUCHK 2,70a EVENING PUfOIMANCES MATINEE f ElfOIMANCH 6 hr h S',Son. All Metineea Thursday i Hoi. OICHtSTIA i77i UM iJi0 lOG€ .oa ays jjo lEarOIMANCII AT I tM MAtlNffS a M • BJ IVfN.NGS OX OfflCE 0EN 10 30 •• t 30 MICE SCALE 'includ ng 'e> $15 Wk 6c mi. • luelOi Miami Beach Ph. 532-5502 .^^^--~~~ ^*> i (rtsViy rnas m: tMttfni) VO' Trial Oratorio Due in Germany LONDi \ JTA An ori '• the Auschwitz i ^termination camp, where hundreds ol thousands ol Jaws were gassed bj Ihe N be pi : will be o in Munich I ..,.,, ..ml Bn %  will be shown on the • u ; %  s i %  • •• ed hen this week. German born playwright Peter Weiss wrote the oratorio, entitled "The Inquiry," after spending many weeks listening to eyewitness accounts of the crimes and atrocities committed by the guards of Auschwitz, extermination camp. I he cast of thi of a judgi ed by I %  Is I nine J*-vw-h itn. MMd Nazi M..ir.t\,.,..,. u. ahn prodmer Ki^.n f^aiu, ,eduled to produc-c The la quir> 'NO i9Mec. ewi NK %  < %  •• • ,. WKAT-FM FROM BRAHMS 1 TO BARTOK 1 You'll Hear the World's Finest Music on WKAT-FM 1 93.1 on your FAA dial MIAMI'S ONLY PURE CLASSICAL MUSIC STATION Programming MORE LIVE Concwtsl WKAT-FM d. P" er



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