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

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

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

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University of Florida
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(Jewish FlLoridlian
Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY
F& Number 32
Miami. Florida, Friday, August 6. 1965
Two Sections Price 23*
GERMANS GOING HOME
rypt in Trouble
'it It Jet Program
fid Atom Project
Hidden Nazi Money
Supports Hate Drive
- iJTAi Egypt'i
imal \Mel Nasser Is
ible, much "I it finan
. loping further Ma Jet
program and hi- plans
an atomic reactor, dis.
, eived here from Cairo
Both the jet program
iear reactor project are
N.i>-er plan to develop
,! weapons designed, ul-
\t TECHNICIAN
[rest Made
Bamberg
indal Case
I ; (JTA> A 20-year
. ,i dental techni Ian
er had served
a Poliafa prison aa
minal and iat w< ek
the -
s i. .
West G
. ven
[, thai i new i
} di ranuatinn was m an
rk this countr)
remanded foi
t i our R< bar
hi. is father had been a
> the SS, Hitler's elite
larici; traces he had left at
; tcer.tt of hi* swastika daub-
I, including fingerprints and
prints, led investigators to
horre of Woitiik's mother,
re h% was apprehended. The
I police chief said: "Wa hop*
ma far is ended new." Ha
however, that there ere
III suspicions that Woitxik may
e bn aided by othert. and
prc* of tha exittance of
stibi* b r a d r anti-Semitic
it still continuing.
touci aid they found at Woil
hf~ie portraits of Hitler.
Cci vnued on Pge 13-A
timately. for aggression againa
Israel
on the jet propulsion program,
which i- reported to be in i "state
of anarchy" now. the difficulty re-
volves tbi ut 2<>o German icientists
anil technicians who ware report'
ed ready to leave Cairo and return
to Germany, because they had not
received their salaries recently
and were not sure they would get
their money soon.
On the atomic front, the Cairo
report! indicated that Natter was
having trouble raising about $70,-
000.000 ho needt to build a nucle-
ar reactor that would also pro-
vide facilities for desalination of
seawattr. That plant was sched-
uled to be built naar Alexandria.
Reports received m Washington
this week told oi 200 West German
Bviation experts and technicians
quitting jobs in Egypt and return-
Continued on Pag* 15 A
BRUSSELS (JTA) Vast
funds hidden in various countries
tiuring the last days of the Second
World War by Nazi leaders are still
being used to support Facial and
m Nazi movements in various
parts of the world and to pay the
expenses for the defense of Nazi
war criminals who face trial.
This was disclosed here by Hu-
bert Halin. president of the Ex-
perts Committee of the Interna-
tional Union of Resistance and De-
portee Movements, who reported
at a press conference on the
ip i findings lie appealed for
information on the distribution of
such funds,
Mr. Halin also reported on nu-
merous attempts to revive
Nazism in Belgium, especially
the creation here of a section of
the National Socialist World
Union under the direction of a
certain Rudiger van Zande, a
representative in Liege of a
commercial firm.
Van Zande's stationery, he said,
is printed with the swastika and
Hitlerian eagle, and he is known
to Ik- connected with o'.her Fascist
movement- as well as with the
Arab League.
Mr Halin also noted that an in
ternational camp devoted to "the
struggle against the .lews and loy-
alty to Hitlerism" will be held in
Belgium in August with the partici-
pation of German. French and
English as well as Belgian Fascists.
Ceremonies are also scheduled In
memory of August Borme. Belgian
separatist executed for treason in
1*46. he said.
Moscow Promises New
Jewish Prayer Books
*
Germans
Worried By
ti
Israel Envoy
JiMt MtOtD PAGl 5 A
,\\ JTA) Hi- Re> Heiu
;,: |i tx : tlM Lutheran cle
i it >r his ant Na activi
e, ,i u in i the war and the onl>
German called by the Israeli pros
tify at the trial ol the
late Adult Eichmann, appealed
here for a cessation of the demon-
strations that have been Staged in
Israel against the acceptance of Dr.
Kolf Pauls as West Germany's first
Ambassador-designate to Israel.
In a letter to Israel's Foreign
Minister Golda Merr. Rev. Grueber
appealed to her to try to see to it
tha. "the demonstrations cease.
Since they are prejudicing Israel's
own interests ami the work of Is-
rael's friends in Germany."
At the same time, the 73-year-
old clergyman, whom the Naxis
deportee1 to a concentration camp
for having rescued Jewish chil-
dren, sent a similar appeal to the
Association of Former Concentra-
tion Carrp Inmates in Israel. He
offered to come to Israel "to dis-
continued on Page 2-A
NEW YORK (JTA' Soviet
authorities in Moscow have prom
laed to correct several specific
rievancea long voiced in regard
to USSR discriminations against
.i, ws in the Soviet Union, the press
rep rte l b < re this week in dis-
patches from Moscow. The prom
were reported tO have beer'
made to lectmr'a Chief Rabbi
Yehuda Leib Levin, who had re-
pled ;es to a nine-man
from the Rabbinical
I hi cil -'I lea thai is
;
cording to the
i f ports in the New York
Times and New York Herald Tri
I Line, inchi led pledges thai 10.-
-h pray*r book- v
Ik- printed; that 20 yeshiva stu
ii various sections of t>he
i SR would be give n resi kence
permits, so that they could attend
the Yeshiva in the Central S>na
. ogue in Moscow; and that permis-
sion would be given to the Jews in
the USSR to bake matzoh for next
Pa isover
No date was given for the pub-
lication of the prayers books. The
Herald Tribune correspondent
pointed out, however, that, under
Soviet law, Jews have always
been allowed the privilege of ba-
king matiohbut have not been
provided by local authorities
the facilities nteded for matioh
baking.
Il has not yet
pen sol
: it- noted, concerned
the Ii ck 11 consecrated cemetery
i : r lews, especially in I <
-.. !, where the old Jewish burial
indi arc full bul no permission
for c insecraiion ot another site
Continued on Page 8-A

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headed U.S. delegation
Two London Temples
Burn in New Attack
LONDON (JTA) TWO more
synagogues were set afire and bad-
ly damaged in different parts of
. renter London on Sunday. The at-
tacks were the 21st and 22nd of
this t>pc in London since last fall,
despite iha special precautions ta-
ken to guard Jewish communal
property.
The first of the fires broke out
shortly after midnight at the II-
;ue. Firemen found
thai Inflammable liquid had been
poured on the edifice
The blaxe blew out most of th*
synagogue's windows, and dam-
aged the floor and much of the
woodwork. Scrawled on one of
the walls were the slogans "Heil
Hitler!,'' and "We shall free
Britain from Jewish control."
A! .ut two hours later, fire blazed
n an entirely different section of
the city, in a synagogue on Lea
Bridge Road, Clapton The damage
Continoed on Page 3-A
Fortas On
Court Bench
Given Praise
WASHINGTON (JTA) The
appointment by President Johnson
Ol Abe Fortas. the prominent Jew-
ish lawyer, as Associate Justice
Of the United States Supreme Court
to fill the vacancy left open by the
naming of Arthur J Goldberg as
head of the US. delegation to the
I' n 11 e d Nations, was hailed
throughout the nation this week as
a valuable addition to the ranks of
the court.
Mr Fortas told the Jewi.-,h Tele
graphic Agency that he considers
himself to be Jewish He said this
to clarify his own conception of
his religious identity in view of his
lack of formal affiliation with Jew-
ish institutions or organizations
Although he is not affiliated
formally with any Jewish group,
Mr. Fortas is known as a contrib-
Continued on Page 6-A
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B- G Lists Conditions for Cabinet Post
me
CAVIO IfM-CUtlON
ceastifah'eaaJ erevisioa
TEL AVIV iJTA) David
Ben-Gorton, the ex-Premier now
campaigning on behalf of his own
Israel Labor List in the forthcom-
iOg el<-,ii>us to the Knesset (Par-
liament ). said here at an election
rally that his faction would be
ready to Join Israels next Govern
ment providing certain other par
ties were to be excluded from the
next coalition. He named Specif-
ically, among other parties he
would want excluded, the joint list
Of Herat and the Liberal Party, and .
the Communist Party.
Meanwhile, the Mapai Party Sec-
letanat. which Mr. Ben-Gurion is
fighting, lias referred the move to
expel him and his political adher-
ents to the party's Court of Honor
The Secretariat and party leader
ship had already voted the expul-
sion. But Reuben Barkatt, secre-
tary of Mapai. said that, in accord-
ance with strict constitutional pro-
iriaions, such a step must be da
c ded finally by the Court of Honor
There wa< little doubt, however,
that the Court of Honor would rule
lor expulsion.
The leadership bureau of the
Mapai Party earlier decided
here at a meeting attended by
Prime Minister Levi Eshkol to
send official letters to ex-Pre-
mier David Ben-Gcrion and all
other known adherents of his new
Israel Labor List, informing
them formally that they have
been expelled from the party.
The decision was taken because
Mr. Ben-Gurion and his supporters
have claimed that the decision of
the Mapai Secretariat last week
to oust the Ben-Gurionists had Sta-
Continued on Page 7 A


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Jews 'Explain9 South Africa
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JERUSALEM (JTA1 Lei
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si reams and tributaries flowing
into the Jordan River, from which
Israel now draws water to help ir
, riKate the northern reaches of tht-
Ne#M Desert,
Israeli sources have rejected ar
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Pivotal Distinctions
In LBJ's Motives
President Johnson's appointment
of Abe Fortas to the United States
Supreme Court was more excitinq
than unexpected. Mr. Fortas is a
longtime Johnson advisor, and there
had been continuing talk in Wash-
ington that the President wanted to
see his friend and confidant eleva-
ted to the hiahest court in the lot
When Arthur Goldberq left to be-
come U.S. Ambassador to the United
N'cv.cr.?, speculation ran wild in the
mi s capital. For one thinq. there
was unabashed bewilderment at
Goldberg's reticent accertar.ee o:
to succeed the late Ac-
_n~on. Why -hou have
d to Mi. John
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another, the a..-
mns last we : wai
:ed forth '
Would the Pies' v ::
c r. other 'Jewish" appoint!]
Since the days of Justice Louis Dem-
~::z Brandeis, tradition has pieced
^st one Jew on the bench, and
tor a period, during the Brandeis-Cardozo era,
two.
The Goldberq appointment was such a
startling event, that for a brief moment it seem-
ed Mr. Johnson would break tradition. The
alarmed reaction of the Arab nations, par-
ticularly, to Mr. Goldberg sent speculation
hurtling in the direction of such renowned Ne-
gro leaders as Thurgood Marshall, who polit-
ically at least would represent as significant
a nomination as any of a Jew.
President Johnson's decision suggests a
number of things. One is. and this should be
no startling conclusion, judging by his past
performance, that the President is his own
man. Neither the reaction at home nor abroad
entered into the picture. The other raises some
unhappy thoughts.
Was Mr. Johnson determined to continue
the Supreme Court "tradition." or was it Mr.
Fortas specifically the President had in mind?
In the event of the latter, to what extent
did this influence the President's decision about
Mr. Goldberg? Was Mr. Goldberq, as he told
the nation, indeed the best possible man for
the job? Or did he seize on Mr. Goldberq in
order to appoint Mr. Fortas?
None of these questions raises any doubt
cs to the credentials of either appointee. Both
are clearly extremely well qualified. Unfor-
tunately, we will never know now to what ex-
tent the President d between his
two motives. St -.bassador
iberg.
Tisha B'Av Today

Tisha B'Av, the r.
t Av. falli day eve-
ar.d Sunday. The observance commem-
orctes the destruction of the Temple and the
virtual fall of the ancient Jewish nation in Pal-
estine until our own time.
Hence, Tisha B'Av has for thousands of
years been one of the most profoundly sad
events in the Jewish calendar. Tisha B'Av
services are a time for reading the lachrymose
"Book of Lamentations." It is a time for sym-
bolic study of the Jewish dispersion.
In our own generation, Tisha B'Av has
happily come to mean one more Jewish occa-
sion marked in the name of history and tradi-
tion. For the Temple destroyed and the nation
vanquished are returned.
Torah comes forth from Zion aaain; while
the Tsmple in the form of a revised Jewish na-
tional end religious life flourishes anew. But
in the larger sense, Tisha B'Av stands as a sad
A Matter of Showmanship
It is difficult to criticize the reaction of a
number of Israelis to the new West German
Ambassador-designate. Relations between the
two countries have been a continuing source
of anger and ugly threat.
Those Israelis canying concentration camp
numbers on their arms are easily enllamed
by the prospect of a former Nazi officer as West
Germany's new Ambassador.
Fact however is that it would be difficult
to find gualified, seasoned men who have not
served the Third Reich in one capacity or an-
other. We are not here calling for a "forgive
and forget" attitude. We simply suqqest a
more realistic approach to a very difficult sit-
uation.
German recognition of the State of Israel
is, in the fiist instance, an unhappy thinq. It
did not come out of the qrowinq qood will be-
tween the two nations, nor even out of so sus-
pect a German motive as the need to
rigs.
I
e with Bonn's o
1 diplomatic r<
/ c! Chancelloi
'.on was I
lash and a p<
10 Egypt's decision to invite Eo
many's Walter Ulbrecht to Cairo on
visit.
Hence, it must in reality be considered in
the light of sheer spite. Seen in these terms
Israelis ought to be far more realistic about
recognition as a phenomenon at large and the
Ambassador-designate as a specilic thing.
If many Israelis feel they are sellmq out
their past, betraying the memories of six mil-
lion Jewish martyrs, then any envoy must be
an abomination. Once having accepted the
West German gesture, it appears to be not
petulance, but wanting the cake and eatinq it
too, when Israelis seek to have a hand in pie-
cisely whom Bonn will _end as envov
Now, it simply fails to make a difference
The "betrayal." such as it was. has alre
taken place. The rest is mere shown
during
the week
.. as i see it
by LEO MINDLIN
reminder to all men of the bondaae of so manv
among them, each in his own way lamenting
the fall of some temple, the destruction of some
freedom.
May the revival of Israel symbolize the
growing liberty of mankind at large m a world
sensitive to human need and the desire to ful-
fill it.
THERE SEEMS t0 be
growing fondness ln -
liberal quarters to take thi
United States to task fr h.
operations in Viet Nam an,)'
the Dominican Repuhlit
Somehow. 1 get the fee|lr
that at the core of them is th.
ban thi bomb people I am a(
anxious as the next man i,
see th bomb banned; to
avoid a disastrous prolifer
ation of nuclear capability among the smaller but highlv advanced
nations, whose governments will not be able at the same time it
develop sophisticated enough guidance and accident-proof -.
that are so Decenary to the awesome and mature resporisibtbh
inherent in atomic weaponry.
But the ban-the-bomb people were largely critical of American
detonations; while at the same time they remained silent when the
Soviet I'nion continued its experimentation even at high altitude
which is the most detrimental kind of nuclear activity tn other -a
tioru and populations. This suggests more than a general htunani
tarian impulse: it offers the spectre of political favoritism, as a con
sequence of which 1. at least, am less likely to attach a sense <>f iav
portance to even their seeming!) i-st intentions
The same soil critical examination of our posture in the Dominican Re
Viet Nam Certainly it is true SI main leading Jewish int
have said, and a~ indeed l have suggested in this eolun
that I S polic) in the Dominican Republic and Viet Nam
our government's determination to protect it- intere I
manner the State Department cavalierh : u Israel
Sue/ Sinai can
Om i tend the i m Evei
ainst Isra Hack put w ashington i .
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DUT HAVING DIVESTED
ceptivi

the I '
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nt is a thic orgai

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at we are i
in two w id< ly separal I hi ach
mon
expansion This I thai Mr n no! m,
his decisions on the basis istive stud i na wl|
Mate Department and Armed Services personnel But II it
say that here, and tar BON SO than perhaps in recent policy m.it'
pertaining to the Middle East, the decisions are ultimatelj the Pn-s
ident's; for here, the chips are down m terms of mobilizatioi
mass action. --
QONSIDER THE DOMINICAN Republic What il there to h
by recalling the dictatorial Tnijillo n gime and our re< i
having done business with It? The ardent critics of IS. militarj
operation there simply say that our troops have no right to
Dominican Republic because the) are a violation of the ..
the internal affairs of a foreign government The deposit!
previous administration would "naturally' lead to the p_0|
choice of a new administration, while we represent coercion
penalistic. of course.
I DO linger quarrel with the majority of the dishonest bai
bomb Clubbers. Their position and their intentions are clear I
however, disconcerted by the inno.. nti who join them In "
of very honest and verv genuine democratic feeling. What
want that the Dominican Republic should have _CJM iban
become the second Communist foothold in the Western
Thai President Johnaoa should have launched a half-heart
noseless, doomed to defeat campaign like the one in Cub
Consider Viet Nam This is no problem of recent Rial
began long ago, during the first Elsenhower Administi
abandonment ol the French in Indo-China Just as it Is
today to beat tlu dead TrujiUo drum so too would it be |
to recall the absurd John Fostei
he who isw hints enemy of Communisn
Ins favorite the achievement

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THIS WAS ALSO
bab
mistake tia commitn em the
long after Dienbienphu us, the OcciA ntals, is
'" "l,al world h md alone But one. rommited
alternative igni :> to withdraw, abandoning thi
the Communist
\t leaat here the ban-the-bomb crien are corn.!
ask which Communists yr we have failed to distinguish, in
face of the verj evldenl Sino-Soviet distinction betwe i
nd Peiping Threaten though Kosygta may. and he has to U
by the nature of his political bein h. can reel no more con I
in the Chine* expansion than we
Neverthi less there It little ultimi
however cleai it maj suddi nlj i .com.
' In Viel than the) ever wen ii K in
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tel*tntrMi?*n
Page 5-n.
LETTERS TO THE EDITOR
Appeal Voiced for Study of Torah
EDITOR The Jewish Floridian:
IN. Ti
. .1 jel
Sabbath, or the family gathering
on an important holy da) It's
been read and Itudied for so many
yeara, diacuaaed by sages, viewed
slant reading as hard to begin from every angle, enjoyed, work
.,. stud; ol Torah is opening ;> ed over, marveled and thrilled at
coconut -" deUcioui later on, for m long that it aeema amazing way appears ridiculous
when mixed with the
todaj is a* modern
is suitable for
. ful study m for In
their lives come out in a book
just for me to meditate upon in
the original language or a good
translation, or so it seems, just
for me.
, ol our sages; eaay to study.
Spfciall> with a rabbi or teacher
,as) to al sorb, but a v. full) hard to
once you've given it
I something like eat-
ing peanuts
\ml it could easily last a life
time, especially when the Mitz
kith develop each it* own flavor.
I,-. iwn taste, with the joys of the
The Torah, it seems, was made
for me. My children travel for
distances to be together on a
holiday. The commentaries like
Rashi and the Rambim think up
the most outstanding ideas and
thoughts just for me to read,
just made far me alone, so it
seems. The discussions of our
sages and their hard work all
IN MAGAZINE INTERVIEW
Strong German Ties
Need Time -- Eshkol
HAMl I i. prochemtni between Israel and
not merely on Hie gov-
enti vel I il among the
two countries, will
take i even though diplomatic
ill in in ; ibout a nor
|mal stall afi lira between Jem-
Bonn, Israel's Prime
Mmisti: Levi EshkoJ leclared In
n mti p iblished this week
mi ol the formal ex
i issadors between
the urrenl la-
I I .mom mag-
Izme. -. i peare 1 nil
... nten ie with Mr Eah-
,. special 12 page re-
ael l*he rei irl embel-
hite flag,
iort on i~
: illation in I ichies
lij manner.
Mr. E ol expressed the hope
that Ht< normalnation of rela-
tions between the two govern-
ments will not be restricted to
the gov'n-nents bet will eventu-
ally, sp'tad to the two peoples.
in 111-- :
nor rapid he empnasixed.
h
to 1 vill havi
i in his mis-
nl not nl> Germ
.,1-.. Israel In I
< l- ol th usands ol
el todaj !i.i\ con
-. mp numoei latooed
Forgiveness will be
ptinfu process '
Mr i icol deel in-1 that Israel
w ants mi ) U charity from
West (, any "What we want."
is < able to earn
our own living by our own work."
However, he asked for Germany's is
support to enable larael to become
an associate member of the six-
nation European Common Market
what we w.mt from German)
also." he said, Is for Bonn and for
German industry to adopt a emir-
us steadfast attitude, should
the Arab- try to blackmail you into
joining their boy ott campaign
The i-' sell Premier denied thai
Israel evei asked Germany to guai
antee Isr tel bor lers or her ie< ur
ity "This was never even men
t oned he serte I
Israel is planning to open sev
eral consulates in Germany when
its newly-named diplomatic mis-
sion starts operating in this coun-
try soon, it was reported in Bonn
this week. The consulates will
prcbablv be in Cologne, Frank-
furt and West Berlin.
Meanwhile, the planning for is-
^ new mission was concluded
bj representatives
I rael Forei ;n Ministry The
Zee* Shek, in chai e
t he
I Yaakov Nil
e of adminis i i-
phe; Isi el, where
lei ns on the plans will be
made bj Foreign Minister G
Meir
To think of the Torah any other
For the
Torah addresses Itself to my se-
cret aspirations It admonishes
my singular weaknesses It defin-
itely has a purpose beyond that of
telling stories in an easy-to-read
language.
Look at the story of Creation on
the very first page. Is it a story
only, or does it show the power of
the Almighty, the great power of
the Creator of the universe-' And
as the Torah continues, we have
problems of individual human be-
ings and individual efforts. The
strength of men like Abraham or
Moses, of women like Sarah or
Miriam, can equal the strongest
force on earth. Their lives, their
courage, their good solid horse-
sense are there for all the world
to see The Torah is the great
teacher to help each of us to come
to our own good conclusions It
not merely something nice.
which tells alMiut nice subjects II
can be tough as iron and often Is:
as for example, the story of the
golden calf
There art probably many peo-
ple who look at it as another
book to read. But put in a few
years of study with a good
teacher, and see whether it is
a book for simple-minded people
or low-brows. Apparently, there
are no subjects too knotty or
abstruse that it doesn't tackle,
from the oldest manner of wash-
ing our hands to the complica-
ted laws of divorce or marriage
problems applicable even today.
Exposing myself to the danger
modern would immediately
masterpiece. Who isn't fas-
cinated by the story of Jo
whose brethren failed to clwi
their verdict for twenty two years
until tin \ went down to i
just ,i> the modern nations border-
ing Israel today haven't ye|
changed their verdict on their Jew-
ish brethren after 2.200 years
I am moved by the meekness
of Moses. I am inspired by the
leadership of Pinchas. I find no
substitute for the ten command-
ments. I am proud of the bat-
tles we won and the fear we in-
stilled in Balak, who tried to
curse the Jews through Baalim.
I am thrilled by the justice of
Judah. ,
There is such an abundance of
fruits and nuts and popcorn scat-
; tered all through the Bible just to
nibble at in one's spare time.
Now. with all the rabbis giving
of knowing too little about all the daily lectures morning and even-
Mitzvoth in the Torah. I find it
most interesting as a layman to
appreciate the Sabbath after a
weeks work to feel the honor of
having children who learn Torah
or to read a Maftir on the Sabbath
in synagogue.
And we are admonished not to
change the laws and call it mod
em just as touching up a Rem-
brandt to make it look clean and
ing in their respective synagogues,
let us revive the old Jewish cus-
tom of availing ourselves of this
fine privilege by our attendance
before and after working hours.
For in the last analysis, learning
about Mitzvoth and doing Mitz-
voth are our only expression of
love of Torah and God.
ABE ARANOFF
Miami Beach
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Friday. August 6. 196$
Eshkol, Barbour
Air Wa ter Project
Miami Beach Attorney Harry B. Smith (right*
and Mrs. Smith (leit) on a recent trip to Israel
take time out to visit Greater Miami's twin city
in Israel, Me Ami. which they described as
exciting end breathtaking." Me Ami is a
border settlement created by the Jewish Na-
tional Fund in Israel after it was undertaken
as a project by the Greater Miami INF Coun-
cil. Similar border settlements throughout the
Jewish State are helping to strengthen Israel's
military capacity against Arab aggression
and, at the same time, to develop the country's
unsettled areas. Shown with the Smiths are
a group of Me Ami settlers.
Fortas Choice Elicits Much Praise
Continued from Page 1-A
jtor to the United Jewish Appeal
in Washington. He was born in
Memphis, Tenn., on June 19, 1910,
and was sent by his Jewish par-
ents to study first at Southwest-
ern University and later at Yale
University. He came to Washing-
ton to work as an attorney in
agencies of President Roosevelt's
New Deal Administration.
Mr. Fortas. a close personal
.friend of President Johnson,
erved under President- Roosevel
md Truman aa Undersecretary ot
be Intern r. lie has been interest
sd in problems of civil liberties
and .1- member <>t the Presi
dent's Committee on Equal Em-
ployment in the Armed Forces. He
is also a member oi the National
Citizens Committee for Common
;t> Relations
lie serve.! .>- adviser to the L\S.
delegation to the United Nation- n,
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i94.r>. He was a professor "f law .it
Yale Universitj .md is i< rhaps
i esl known as member ol the
prominent Washington law firm ol
Arnold. Fortas and Porter
in announcing the appointment
ol Mr Fortas, the President re
lerred to his scholarl) and human
qualities, his feelings toward f low-men and his championship ol
individual liberties The Presi
dent said that his own high opin
ion of Mr Fortas wa- shared b)
leaders of the Bar and other ele-
ments of national life The Presi
dent said he was glad Mr Fortas
had accepted the appointment and
that the j< b has sought the man.'
The Egyptian prats, which had
refrained from editorial comment
on the appointment of former
U.S. Scpreme Court Justice Ar-
thur J. Goldberg as the top
United States delegate to the
United Nations, broke its silence
this week by attacking the entire
Johnson Administration as "Zi-
onist," according to Cairo dis-
patches received in London.
Until now, most of the Cairo
pre-- had been content merel) to
insist that the lulled State-
named a "Zionist" as UN Ambas
sador Al Gomhouria stated hitter
ly: "The choice was extremel]
leal, since Zionists are the o
who direet American policy
"If Johnson wants to be more
realistic," the newspaper sated
referring to the I'.S. President, "he
should choose all the members of
his government from Zionist cir-
cle- The editorial suggested that
President Johnson could be "more
realistic still" by vacating In- own
position and giving it "to i Zion-
ist, since they are the true rulers
of America."
JERUSALEM (JTA) The
renewal bj some of the Arab ttates
of their work on water dive.-ion
projects Intended u"h'
water from Jordan River tributar-
ies was believed to have been one
o| the major topics of conversa
tion at an hour-loog conference
held here this week between Prim*
Mmister Le-J Bahtol and l mted
States Ambassador Walworth Bur
bour,
while officials declined to re
veal di tails ol the convert
calling the conference "routine.
Mr Eshfcol was believed to ha\ t
told Mr Barbour that Israel
not be expo ted to -it bj idb un
til the Arab's water liversion proj
ects an ac omplished
Washington has been inclined
until now to accept the explana-
tion given by Lebanon, where
work on such a water chversion
project hat been returned. Ac-
cording to the Beirut version, its
project is intended only as a
"demonstration" to thow other
Arab states it is willing to follow
the Areb policy of injuring |.
reel's National Weter Carrier by
reducing the inflow of n,r
into the Jordan River, from
which Israel draws water te help
irrigate the northern reaches of
the Negev Detert.
Actually. Lebanon ha- n
tamed it I- working on
version only aa part of an
Irrigation project.
Now, however, the I nlted SUI
i- believed to have under-.'..1 ]..
raid's apprehension-, on the
>.', t and Israel's claim thai Leba-
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(it tor implementation ol t-
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win Berman; youth activiti
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irected because <>i demolition bc
for .1 new expressway ashicb
hi ml ;it 139 NW 3rd
Avi there the congregation war
I] those years.
The Florida State Road Depart'
i it .' asked Beth Raphael to va
- ci las) Jan l.
Abcsh Perl, presidant, said trwt
the ni i facLUt) will oocualn .~j*i
lb' typi seats and he consjaaia
iv air-cortdttkmed The Meoml
htorj uiii include .1 kitchen and
I hall Other facilities -
1 Ii- .1 ral bi's stud),
Perl, on Wednesday, announced
the appointment of Rabbi Zevi
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Grecnw.ild as new spiritual lead-
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wald came to Miami to assume
th- oulpit cf Southwest Jewish
Center, today known as Temple
Beth Tov. in August, 1963.
Continued from Page 1-A
t< d thej bad "expelled themseli
by forming a new ele lion list The
B. n Gurionista had insisted thai
the Set retarial mo* e was vague"
and allows uhem to remain as mem
. M : ..i The official letters
will eliminate thai ambiguity.
Mi anwhile, the Ben-Gurionista
published the first isa......I iheir
weekly newspaper, Mabal lladash
Ni a iik The publication in-
cludes an interview with former
Deputy Defense Minister Shi
Peres stating that members ot the
Ben roup had been offi
government posts Mr Peres re-
ed from his p I ei al w eek
to join the Ben i Iurion mo\ >
num.
"i-'ven within M p stated Mr
Peres, Ben-Guri m an i
porters were always ii' the minoi-
itj We ci uld have remaini d in the
Got ernmenl We wen
ii we remained, w
have give up princip
*e were n >l pi i pared lo do so
Meanwhile, the Ban-Gurion-
ists held a public meeting in
Haifa, at which Yosef Almogi,
one of the seven leaders ousted
from Mapai, charged that "Ma-
pai veteran leaders attempted to
to commit political murder
against Ben-Guiion because he
had dared to introduce some
younger party members into the
leadership.
] atched pi I he tol
the 500 persons who attended thi
ii eetlng, "to liquidate Ben Gurioi
and deatroj his Image l know h
e I was on the Inside, as Ui
-i (irial j ni the party, hen th.
started their criminal a I 6 bk
h story will not forgh e them H
I hal i ihkol w ill go do i n
history as the i
pai" because he refused to accon
te Bi ii iurion i n his deman
fi r .i renewed inquirj into the I.
von Affair
He was ord, ined b> t*i Yavneh
Rabbinical Seminar} in New York,
Born n PreaatMurR, Czechoslovakia,
Rabbi Gfeemmld received his rab-
binic background and training at
the Yeshiva l' h a s a m Soter in
Presehurg and the Dr. Joim|mi
reuer Rabbinical School in Frank
lun-am Main.
Rabbi GreenwaW holds ticu
iar dajpaaaj from th* Univarsity
f Frankfurt, the Sorbonn* in
Pans, and is a graduaka of Droav
sie Col lev* in PhMacMphia,
whare he is now a candidate for
th* PhD degree.
RABBI ZtVI CatiNWALD
While in Maine. Kabhi Green
w.ihl conducted a regular radio pro
jam He has connhutcd to var
tons nationally known publications,
Including the National Jewish
Monthly. Chicago Sentinal Bnd
Boston Advocate.
Rabbi Greeirwahl said the new
Beth Raphael will he -modern tra
diiion.il with Conservative lean
Ings."
llr and his wife have a dauchter.
fnina 13 Mrs drcciiwald i* .
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m addition to Rep. Dubbin, the
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Fridcy. Auqtut S. 1955
U.S. Posts Will
Stock Israel Items
Hebrew Academy Hich School students and
graduates hold discussion on "The Place of
Seccndarw Education in Jewish Life.' Head-
ing e panel is Dr. Sarr.uel Ersof. professor
of ducation at the University of Miami and
educational consultant to the Academy. Left
to riqht are Dr. Ersoff, Miriam Greenberq.
Mark Schickman. Steven Shcntzis. Yehuda
Azuiav. Carolyn Budn:ck. Bonnie Brody.
Saur.dra Lipman and Toby Cavell. Program
was aired over WCKT Ch. 7.
Reds Promise Jewish Prayer-books
Continued from Page 1-A
has ... yet been granted Not only
- but even younger Jew -
t-ported concerne !
1 tuld not be permitted
to be buried in consecrated
grounds.
Rabbi Levin told the American
ra : he had received the as-
- regarding the other t:
ances from A. A. Puzin, chairman
ot the Soviet Government's Council
for the Affairs of Religious Cults
ever, Rabbi Israel Miller, the
; the American rabbinical
quoted a~ -
'] am stiil a little skeptical. Voi.
a-, all kinds of promises have
been made in the ;
With regard to the preparation
of the Jewish prayerbooks, Rab-
bi Levin told American corre-
spondents that it took him two
years to translate into Russian
for the Soviet censors the mater-
ial which will be published in He-
brew in the Soviet Union.
bi said he did not
n the three-vol-
prayer booh w ould be ready
ai even if thi I
i to the printer tomOTT
woul I 'afce two or three month*
bef< r." He expres
hope that the) may be ready ...
t i !" ution during
h Hoi) Days In the m in-
time he has not annour : th
t to i I
' the nooks. I have notbinj
announce," he said.
1 Levin also told the Amer-
rrespondents hi
..n enrollment "f 30 students
lid he expects to start classes
at the yeshiva immediately after
the High Holy Days. He and Me
nasha Mik,hailovi:ch. president of
Moscow's Central Synagogue, told
the correspondents that Ameri-
can Jews, either as individuals or
in groups, are welcome to visit
if they come in a spirit of peace
and unity" and not for the purpose
ct writing slanders about our
country '
The American Conference on
Soviet Jewry this week issued a
policy statement declaring that,
'despite token concessions in re-
cent months," the situation of the
Jews in the Soviet Union "re-
mains unchanged." The state-
ment reaffirmed the Conferences
"determination" to continue pro-
test action in this country against
Soviet anti-Jewish discrimina-
tions." Soviet Jews continue to
be the object of a policy of syste-
matic attrition aimed at its for-
cible assimilation and its spirit-
ual and cultural extinction," the
statement declared.
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Rabbi Seymour J. Cohen, C
[i rence .-teering committee chair
man. expressed "hope that reports
of new Soviet concessions for the
printing of prayer books, and hous-
ing for a seminary to train 20 rab-
binic students, were accurate."
Such deeds, he said, would be S
step in the right direction. Howes
er. he cautioned Jewish leaders
and others not :o be "overly op-
timistic" since the Soviet authori-
ties have repeatedly made similar
promise- for propaganda purposes
and then found convenient ex
- to withdraw the initial permis-
sion
The (/inference announced an
Eternal Light Vigil to take place in
Washington beginning on Sundav.
Sept 19. On that day. special cere
lies in Lafayette Park will
launch a nationwide campaign of
similar meetings against the S \
let policy n Jews The Vigil will
l>e attended by leader-hip dell
lions from local and national Jew-
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only for components and raw ma-
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Friday. A
Israel's Fifth Festival of Performing Arts
Attracts Notables Throughout the World
Friday
[srael will !>< the -no of a sum-
i shortlj when its Fifth
Festival ol the performing arts be-
gins, foUowed by die Third In-
I Harp Contesl Both ac-
tivities are international in scope
and appeal, attracting artists from
all over the world and designed to
; |tra< vis >rs I om abroad.
i Monday with a
in Jerusalem, the
Festival will feature the Israel
Philharmonic Orchestra, tin- Rinat
Israel Chamber Choir, the Kol I-
Chamber Choir and the
i chamber Choir
A "first" will be the world pre-
miere of Boskovitch's suite,
Ornaments for Flute and Or-
chestra." Also included in the
opening are a performance of
Bloch's "Sacred Service." Almost
five weeks later, the Festival
will wind up in Tel Aviv with
Music from Marlboro," featur-
ing 35 artists from the Marlboro
Festival in Vermont and present-
ed by the United States Depart-
ment of State.
a traveling
Israel's Festival is
one Performances are held in me
:- cities of Tel Aviv, Jerusa-
nd Haifa as well :
constructed Roman hippi
, ,area Uoi with the
ip, under the
rection ol Ru I >H Serkin, other first
appearani i in Israel "ill be by
the New York Cit} Ballel >
all-Neg o
SI
. in s "The Amen Con i
Othei international perto
include Thomas Scbippers, David
Bar Ulan and Sergiu Celibidache
Israel will be represented bj Gary
Bertini, Ratfaete Arie, Uri Tec
and pan* mimist, Samj atol
re-
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i James
plitz.
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Page 11-A
rab Refugees High on UN Agenda
NATIONS (JTA) ,
i fugee proUent, the fu-
? United Nations Emer-
e which stands guard
Egyptian military acts
el, and the elimination
n pom intolerance in
el i g i o u s oppression
el .Icunloomed Urge
ick as the provisional
o the next regular session
ral Assembl) was made
session, the 20th in
ions history, ii sohed-
ene Sepl 21
i of the in Efimergancy
ibitb is stationed in the
i "ii the Kr.iel l>order and
el Shaikh, overtook! na
Akafaa is due to be
.dung with other issues.
pecial Committee of 33
eeting this month ii r
i n final repoi t, then .it
\--imiiIiIv sos sio n
> .>t. i. final!). at the reg-
n scheduled to open
- a b refugee problem
ted aside at the last
because no votes were
any issues. When the
:omes before the next
session, therefore it
. oates heard here in
art. There are various
cr that expectation. One
e mandate of the United
Relief and the Works
or Palestine Refugees,
which should have expired June The United States Congress,
30, 1965, has been extended to
next June 30 and must be
either extended again, curtailed,
or otherwise disposed of this
year.
which has been for more than 15
year supplying 7<> percent of the
I'MIWA budget, has insisted that
j new look be taken at the Arab
refugee problem. The Arab states.
QUOTA SYSTEM UNDER FIRE
Capitol Hill Examines
Immigration Reform
n
WASHINGTON (JTA) The
house Immigration Subcommittee
Ibis weak voted out a new immi
gration reform lull to end the Na
tional Origins Quota System and
to allow about 50.000 I litional
immigrants l i enter annual!} The
bill, acted upon after a three >
rlelaj. emb die l .* number ol lib
eralizing features *ou il bj Pi esi-
den.- Ki lined} and Johnson.
The old quota system woi
U rmmated b> Jul} i. 1968 \ new
system of preference would be
ePublished with the top 20 pel
ng to chil en of i s cit-
izens would be liberalizi I Pa
An annual ceiling of 170000
immigrants would be created for
countries which had quotas al-
lotted une'er the eld system and
they would be treated equally
instead of under the old discrim-
inatory system in which more
immigrants were permitted from
some nations than others.
Policy toward foreigners who are
close relatives of American cit-
izens would be leberalized. Par-
ents, sp use- and children of IS
citizens would be admitted wi '1
out regard to the ceiling of I70.000.
Ten percent of admissions wool.I
be available to scientists, musi-
cians, artists, and others whose
presence would be In the cultural
interest of tile I'm.eri States
The Subcommittee voted for the
measure by 8 to 0. erne member
abstain) I The bill now new tt>
the full Judiciary Committee. Bi-
partisan support appears assured
and favorable action by Congress
is anticipate I.
on the other hand, since the Issue
was last discussed here fully in
1963. also formulated new de
sands, foremost among which Is
their open threat to organise the
Arab refugees into an army to "lib-
erate Palestine."
Various human rights Issues
have been given seven distinct
places on (he 97-item agenda. Per-
haps the most touchy of these i-
recommendation by the United
Nations Economic and Social Coun-
cil thai the IN adopt a declara-
tion and an international conven-
tion -,on the elimination ol all
forms ot religious intolerance."
Through many parliamentary
procedures, the USSR has been
fighting the adoption of such a
declaration and convention
many, employing various delaying
tactics from year to year.
The issue is certain to flare
here dynamically at the forth-
coming regular assembly, be-
cause the Soviet Union fears
that elimination of religious op-
pressions would face the Mos-
cow government with a choice of
either defying a UN move openly
or removing the oppressions suf-
fered by Russian Jews in the
fields of religion and culture.
Other human rights issues on the
agenda would call f' r ourbing
"manifestations ol ra ial preju
and national and religious mtoler-
ce;" adoption ol specific steps
"to accelerate the promotion ol re
spec! for human rights and funda-
mental freedoms;" and the adop-
tion of two international covenants
on human rights, items pending
here tor 11 years.
All of these items are unwelcome
to various member states, but the
most powerful of tle opponents is
the Soviet Union.
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Friday. Auqust S :"-
Ave/f
IGjjlOMS
s
AGUOATH ACHIM. 6305 Collins Ave
Orthodox.
Km.I:i- 5 10 p iii Saturda) i < m
iftncha 6:S0 p m
-
AGUOATH ISRAEL. 7801 Cariyle Ave.
Orthodox. Rabbi Isaac Ever
Frlda) 8:48 p.m. Saturda) B 15
Sabbath Haaon to launch aeriee ol
aermoni b) ltnl-i-i Ever Bubji
"Shall We Mournfull} Cham the La-
mentationi when our Olorlou* Re-
turn i" Israel is Fulfilled?" Mlnehu
IMS p m. Tiaha B'Ai i 45 p in "H
..f Lamentations" to be read S< 11 Ice
oontlnuaa Sundaj S a.m.
crviccs
CANDLELIGHTING TIME
8 Ab 6:44 pjn.
0**** ii/eekenJ
1
Conservative Rabbi
Cantor Jack Lerner.
Harold Richter
Ml-
Orthodox. Cantor Maurice Mamches.
CUBAN HEBREW CIRCLE OF
AMI 1242 Washington Ave. Ortho-
dox. Rabb. Oov Roiencweig.
FLAGLER GRANADA. 50 N W 51t
PI. Conservative. Rabbi David Ros-
enfeld. Cantor George Goldberg.
FT LAUDERDALE EMANUEL. 1801
S Andrews Ave Reform Rabbi
Richard M. Leviton. Cantor Jerome
k lament.
AHAVAT SHALOM CONGREGA
r TION. 985 SW 67th Ave Oorthodox.
I Cantor Israel Kershner.
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JS.NSHE EMES. 2533 SW 19th Ave.
P conservative, Emanuel Kushelew,tV ~- J-JM- ^
president. Word* are Sol Sufficient."' TUha
BETH KOOESH. 1101 SW 12th Ave.
Modern Traditional. Rabbi Max
Shapiro. Cantor Benjamin Ben-An.
Frlda! eunaet teaturda) IS a ni
Sermon: "Destructive Force*." i'i.--
ii.-.-...M at .':;' p.m.: "Portion >> the
BETH DAVID. 2625 SW 3rd Ave. Con-
servative. Rabbi Sol Landau. Cantor
William W. Lipson.
Frlda) family lervlce I p.m. in the
onapel Saturda) 9 a.m. In the cha-
pel. Sermon: "Isaiahs Vision ml
Fulfillment." Mlncha and Maarit :J0
p.m. Ti*ha B'Av observance iiti
reading of "Book of Lamentation" :u
T:M l hi Sunday Tisha B*A servlci
k am
BETH EL. 500 SW 17th Ave. Ortho-
dox. Rabbi Soiomon Schiff.
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BETH ISRAEL. 711 40th St Ortho-
dox. Rabbi Berel Wein.
Friday 6 p.m. Saturdaj : a.m Pall}
ir.W
ten I
iri \ |ce SO I'.ni Sermon:
antrontlna i '>
I '., II -
BETH MOSHE CONGREGATION
13630 W. Dixie Hwy. Conservative.
Rabbi Ricnard Marcovitz. Cantor
Seymour Hinkes-
Frldnj vi.'> p.m. Rabbi Marcorlts will
be back In the pulpil following hU
vacation. Katurdnj s IS m.
-----a
BETH TFILAH. 935 Euclid Ave. Or-
thodox. Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovsky.
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BETH TORAH. 164th St. and NE 11th
Ave. Conservative. Rabbi Max Lip-
schitz. Cantor Ben-Zion Kirschen-
baum.
i da] I : "i Saturdaj 1.1 a m
Mincha 8:30 p.m
Shachaiis 7 and I ; m Dail) Mlncha
7 p.m
BETH JACOB. 301 Washington Ave. B'NAI RAPHAEL 1401 NW 183rd St.
Hebrew Lesson
n:r
>>

Professor Martin Buber
Many Jerusalemites are ac-
quainted with the house in which
the lateed.) philosopher Martin
Buber lived ami created Very often
. r i *. loll l>1
young and Joyful students pass i>>
his home in the late hours of the
pCi^'En "1X1*1 T[ ISC n*3n evening, quietly ami with a feeling
of respect
A few months ago, a group of
student- decided to change their
usual practice T h e y went
with torches to the home <>f I
Professor and die. red in his honor
This in honor oi his 85th birth-
We ne not sure that all the
young men who cheered the Pr
feasor are acquainted with bis
. ritings and doctrine. Howi
-i'-d ,.,, such i- the fate ol many philosu
.lnaQll ]72 miy7 D,pl"T100 pherj and writer-, even those who
turn into a legend, "national ti-
me" even in their young age
.' B ler" lie-
fame a national I ; the Jew
I '...- .: an) mired him
the world n\er His phi
losophy, commentaries ol the
Bible, an I il Hassidic literature
were published in English and Ger
man in our days, a philosophical
pn Mem can not be discussed with-
out reference to Buber's theory.
One of Ills well known admirers
was Dag Hammarskjold, secretary
general of the United Nations,
hammarskjold. on whose shoul-
ders rested all the problems of the
world, personally saw to it that the
writings of Buber should be trans-
lated into Swedish.
.OiTTI 'QTJ Tl? -iT'-M"? (Published by Brith Ivrith Olamith)
HEBREW ACADEMY. 24O0 Pmetree
Dr. Orthodox. Rabbi Alexander S
Gross.
HOLLYWOOD TEMPLE SINAI. 1201
Johnson St. Conservative. Rabbi
David Shapiro. Cantor Yehudah
Heilbraun.
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HOMESTEAD JEWISH CENTER. Bth
St Ho bestead. Conservative. Can-
tor Pincus Aloof.
a
ISRAELITE CENTER. 3175 SW 25th
St. Conservative. Rabbi Shmaryahu
T. Swirsky. Cantor Louis Cohen.
JACOB C. COHEN COMMUNITY
SYNAGOGUE. 1532 Washington Ave.
Orthodox. Rabbi Tibor H. Stern.
Prlda 6 10 p mi Saturdaj :'" a.m '
>.. n n "A World Pilled itii |
Em ..mii- -.- Adull edui atlon
p in Mined i ::'" p m T.-li.i
[I \> !.,-: i oe, ivlth chanting "f "Book
i.mi.-ni.iti-'ii-" I :;" p.m Tlahii
it'.w service Sundaj 7 :<" a.m.
KNESETH ISRAEL 1415 Euclid Ave.
Orthodox. Rabbi David Lehrfield.
Cantor Abraham Seif.
Frlda.' in : m. Saturdaj i m
Sermon "The !--! Word* M......-
An. rnoon ser> li 7 p m
e
MIAMI BEACH ETZ CHAIM. 1544
Washington Ave. Orthodox. Rabbi
Abraham Strassfeld.
e
MINYONAIRES CONGREGATION.
373? Bird Rd. Modern Traditional.
SYNOPSIS OF THE TORAH PORTION DEVARIM
M,,.,,- explains and interpret- the U to the people
... Jordan in (be lnd him to expound this law" Deut. 15).
DEVARIM The fir-r few Vtn* mtroduee the entire hook
DEVAKI/vi I addrM to the Israelites ,
"' ^^T^Lr Se SlSi K Anu..i.es and Bashan. In this
^Mo^ummaSer^ u-,,n u a whole He review, *e
SS*tha had led him to appoint jud.es and official* How
' J it alone bear v.-,, cumbrance. and your burden, and
JSur iStV And i charged your judgei < that timeaaytng
e,r he causes between your brethren, and (udge n^ri,
befween- man and his Mother, and the itrMger that is wWi him
Ve shall no. respect persons in lodgement; ye shall hearthe hmU
^ioteHoes^orevS \u^^ -' J
spy
Z ,"regions. Finally, he recount, the .tor, of ^ J
Sansjordan and the part.t.on of the area between the tnbe of
Reuben, Gad, and half of the mix- of Manaateh.
This recountin, of tha W.*.ly Portion of Law I,
traded and based upon "Th. Graphic History of fhe MM
Heritage' aditod by P. WoHman-Tsamir $15 Pubhsh.rj.
Shengold, and th. volum. is available at 27 William St.. Now
York 5, NY. President of tho so is Joseph Schlang.
THE RABBI SPEAKS FROM HIS PULPIT
Where the Rabbi And
The Psychiatrist Meet
I
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rx dt?o d'3-i tmtyprri
'dh "ixtn *n i2~ man
D*K-)2 zvd s^ .-i:ia fp"ia
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an D^a ir*a t1? nnn
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OHEV SHALOM 911 Normandy Or
Orthodox. Rabbi Phineas Weber-
ni ,i n.
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Mini ha
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SEPHARDIC JEW SM CENTER. 645
Colims Avt Rev Cantor S.id> Nail-
m is
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TEMPLE ADATH VESHURUN. Con-
serv.itive '025 NE "SJra bt V ami
Gardens Rd. Cantjr Maurice Nei
5150 S Kendall
m Rabbi
TEMPLE BETH AM
Dr.. So Miami.
Herbert B.i .inqard.

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TEMPLE BETH EL OF HOLL1
WOOD '351 S 14th *.- Retorni.
R.ibbi Samuel
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TEMPLE BETH SH'RAH 7J0C SW
St Ret. II tiomel R ibbi
Morrii t--
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ilPLE BETH SHDLEM of H
wood. 172:', Monroe S*.
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nest Sterner
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TEMPLE BETH SHO'.OV 4'44 (
Ave. Lib*- bl Leon Kronish.
Cantor D.ivid Conv
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TEMPLE BNAI SHOLOM 16800 NW
22nd Ave. Conservative. Rabbi S. M.
Machtei. Cantor Abraham Reiseman.
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TEMPLE BETH TOV 64M SW 8th
St. Conservative. Rabbi Zevi Green.
wald.
Israel Poet Wins Prize
TEL AVIV (JTA) Uri Zvi
Greerrberij. h o I d e r of the Israel
prize in literature, was awarded
here this week the third annual
Irving and Bertha Neuman Prize,
for his book of poems. "Masechet
Hamatkonet Vehadmut," which
will be published soon.
The award was made by New
York University and carries with it
T V I -
*7ti rmiC? mm1? icn
1 : l t
p'Vjixa mpnsnn t\m*q
rmrox di?*33 t-k irna-iMi a prize of $100 ,n a ceremon> aI
nnJvj uayjj | .n jai^-Jl Bar.nan University here, it was
%172 THD'a "'DiDi^'D TI'T 'jtf Vnamatai to the poet by Prof.
,; I Abraham Katsh, chairman of
.1313 Vtf iPlin1? D~*Pn;7 NVU's Department oi Hebrev
'"' 1 Culture and Education, and di-
Q-.nin D-S-lSJ^n p inx I uri InsUtute of He
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TEMPLE EMANUEL. 1701 Washing,
ton Ave. Conservative. R.ibbl Irving
Lehrman. Cantor Zvi Adler
6 1ii Baturda) : m Uln-
cha T p in.
By RABBI HAROLD RICHTER
Congregation B'nai Raphael
Rabbis ha\e long been called
in -I'm- th 1: i ople as counselors
their man) problems it must,
however lie rei
ted b) ratv
bis and congre-
gants that he
who approach-
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latter serves i"
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I his mar
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Squan
Rabbis Invited
To Institute
On Ecumenism
By Special Report
Representatives of the Syna
Prankl, a practicing psychiatru
in Vienna, ha- developed a nev
of soul therai > known as
Kotherapj
- >f psy I
: ave taught th..t ma nutate i
bj his nth 01 -ni":- drive j Mr *
nial fulfill
that the stroi

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TEMPLE ISRAEL OF GREATER MI-
AMI. 137 NE 1th St. Reform. Rabbi
Joseph R. Narot.

TEMPLE JUDEA 320 Palermo Ave.
Liberal-Reform. Rabbi Morns Kip-
per.
r*rldn> s ,, Richa -i Horwlch,
ber it the Board Trusteei and
man "f the Membei -h p 'om-
mittee, nill comluol the svornhlp -.1
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TEMPLE MENORAH 620 75th St
Conservative. Rabbi Mayer Abram-
owitz. Cantor Edward Klein.
a
TEMPLE NER TAMIO. 80th St and
Tatum Waterway. Modern Tradi-
tional R.ibbi Eugene Laboviti Can.
tor Saul M. Breeh.
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TEMPLE OR OLOM. Conserve! ..
SW '6th St. Miami R.ibbi
Samuel April. Cantor Nico Feloi-ia-
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TEMPLE SINAI OF NORTH V:
M '5th Ave
Low, Cantor Cnet Gale
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TIFEHETH JCO'
4th a Hialeati v

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TEMPLE ZAMORA 44 Z.imora Ave
Co- Ben D ck-
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TEMPLtC ZlON SOOO Miller Rs Con-
seiv.itive Rabbi Aifrefl .-
Hassidim Build Own Enclave
M \\ VoltK (WNS Has
sidim of Rabbi Solomon HaJbe
stam known .> the Bobover Kebo*
tin- week broke pound In
Whitestone lection ot the Boruu<
ol Queens fur what the> tvi|x- <*
fcogue Council of America will pal- ultimately develop in Bobov CUj
ticipale in a consultation called a Hassidic enclave with a ciimata
by the World Council of Churche>' conducive to the movement and Ike
Ecumenical Institute at the Cha locial and religious welfare of kta
teau de Bossey, Switzerland, from followers Planners of the proit-c-,
Aug. 12 t" 20, according to an an currently calling for the establish
1
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nounceim-nt by Rabbi Seymotir J
Cohen, president ol the Synagogue
Council of America, and Dr. Eu-
gene I- Smith, executive were
tary of the World Council of
Churches in the United states.
A group ot 11 Jewish religious
from the United States
Europe and Israel will meet with .
ip if Protestant, Anglican and
Orth km Christian It aders to
[he Situs

rver
a ill be
ment of 300 garden apanaieot
units, bope eventually to attra.
snme 1,000 Hassidic families Mo*'
rn t.'ie Bobover Hassidim who a-,?
expected t" move into the new on
clave are now residents ot th
11 Heights section of Bruokly i.
; cent site u( racial tensions
B'nai Raphael
Member Drive
Opens This Week
I
TiFERfc'H ISRAEL.
Ave. Conte' -
N Miami
Raooi Henry
YOUNG iSRAE- 90 NE I7et St
thn

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moral heritage ol .1 .
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Fi-.dav. August 6.
1965
-JenlstfkrXflarJ
Paqe 13-A
'octal Workers Eye Education Aid
By Special R*Pm*
sectarian cdura-
f,,)(i.u aid to
was seen as a thro
Son bet wren state
and church
to the American public school
ern by Arnold Aronson. who
,ssed a meetins of the Na-
(I Conference of Jewish Com-
al Service at the Sheraton '
1 recently in Philadelphia.
ish ill-dty schools will be in
i-d jn those entitled to aid un-
he law
deral aid to education was a
topic under study at the
av conference attended by
than 1000 Jewish profes
worker! in health, welfare,
ation and other communal
cs from throughout the
il States and Canada Other
era have strongly endorsed
u law
ronson. director of program
inq, National Community
fions Advisory Council, New
discussed "Sectarianism
He American Society Today
act of Societal Forces on
ih Communal Service."
ti luca-
eel
b
I al
i atl
tion. "America." Aronson con
tinued. "They assessed the act
as a "promise for the future of a
truly pluralistic school system.'
"To many of us, the promise is
a threata threat to the Ameri-
can public school as the great com-
mon meeting ground for Ameri-
cans of all faiths, creeds and
I races." Aronson declared. "It is a
threat to the development in
America of a religiously separated
school system on the order of
the Canadian educational system."
Aronson asserted that members
ol the National Conference of
Jo with Communal Service
agreed in the past that public
support of education would
clearly violate church-stato se-
paration, endanger the common
schools system and threaten our
plural democracy and Jewish
Interests.
While (he new law givei no
none) directly to parochial
schooli Aronson noted th.it the
texl liM>k^ will l><- made available
and will remain the propertj of
the school
  • tri< I
    Said Aronson The log
    which a quarter ol a <> turj had
    prevent tmenl I ny com-
    hensn e t* deral ai I i I
    >o
    ii of Nazi Arrested
    I from Paqe 1 A
    '. .. mat l
    ..in hed '

    A'esl Gent
    the t. lems facing invt ti
    rs naa> Inio mini w he
    manJfaatst.'ti- outside Han,
    ! had heaui stimulated bj the
    in BatntJer; <>r rn.n have lx-< n
    ^T>y .i r tup linked in
    to Woit/ik
    sw Uka plague started on
    fch: of June 13. when several
    smearing! of the Nan iyn>
    i-red

    of anti
    . -. l>) the Mayor was held
    ,,i th< cemeterj condemn
    Ins anti Semitism Residents t>l
    Bamberg, where there an (<
    Jews, posted a So.'>o reward for
    the capture of the anti Semites re
    tponsible. The city has voted to
    pay the cost f repairing the Jew-
    ish cemetery, expected to total
    about J.S.000.
    in poverty areas and calling it a
    'welfare' measure.
    "It was on this basis." he said.
    "that the Protestants who had in
    the past adamently opposed any
    aid to parochial schools, justified
    I their support of the act."
    Aronson noted that today's
    American Jewish community is
    the largest, most secure politically
    ;and most advantaged economical-
    ly in Jewish history.
    The present Jewish community
    now taking place throughout the
    cannot remain aloof from the Ne-
    groes' civil rights struggle that is
    country. Aronson stated The Civil
    Kights Acts of lf64 is specific in
    prohibiting discrimination in all
    respects of any program receiving
    federal financial assistance.
    "Considering the reach and
    extent of such assistance, the
    potential impact on all major
    institutions of our society is al-
    most incalculable. Schools, col-
    leges, libaries, housing, farm
    programs, health and welfare
    agencies all will be affected,"
    Aronson said.
    lit- pointed out thai agt n< -
    thai i ii ipi< nts ol funds un l< r
    programs thai 11 quire then t<
    i. n sect. earlj come under
    thi Civil R
    And. by
    ency wh make
    exi lu Ic
    Negroes oi


    (or
    -
    Ii
    evei is not
    can Ji agi n< i do this i
    Law 1 iu ques
    is an th< s do il ith ml r<
    the profound and long
    ding Jewish tradition that
    value! the individual, without iso
    lating themselves from what is
    probabl) the most significant soc
    ial issue of our time, without re
    voking the rationale that they are
    maintained by the Jewish com-
    munity in some part as a way of
    discharging a group obligation to
    the society as a whole," Aronson |
    told the conference.
    He continued, 'Even r# the
    answer is 'ye'. Is the Jewish
    community prepared to with-
    stand the pressures to which it
    will inevitably bo subjected in
    consequence?"
    He concluded. "We cannot stand
    aside from these struggles. To do
    so would be to renounce the very
    sectarian purposes we have been
    avowing for ourselves and to re-
    pudiate our commitments to the
    plural society."
    ftjfa IN TIMES
    ^ OF SORROW
    9-ioWGfcS
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    cannotl
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    As We Were Saying: By ROBERT E. SEGAL
    Who is Right
    On Immigration?
    WHO IS right about America's
    Immigration and Naturaliza-
    tion Law Sen. Jim Eastland. of
    Mississippi, and Mrs. William H.
    Sullivan, president of the Daugh-
    ters of the American Revolution.
    or Dwight Eisenhower. Harry Tru-
    man, Lyndon B. Johnson and the
    late John F. Kennedy?
    MM of the people reading
    these words will have little hesitancy in agreeing
    that the nefarious Mccarran Walter Law. rooted in
    the fiujiut Johnson Law. shouW bftfcp removed from
    it the vermiform growth known as the national ori-
    gins quota principle. Yet clown in Washington, mail
    is said to be running 9 to 1 in favor of the Eastland-
    Suliivan point of vi
    Why are the offended American- silent? Why
    won't pi i eafc up the waj thej did in the early
    when Sen McCarran and Rep, Walter i
    mering in the nails oi discrimination?
    - were beard in those days D i
    . ,.. e rei resental I ^n i r an
    dian tribi the then Sen. Hubert Hum-
    ey thus: "As America's only non-immigrants,
    , u ,. iki i o on record as being opposed I i
    major at >l the M< -arran tion
    v., si this bill because ol it- i
    hy which accepts and provides tor the
    scrimination ... A- Ameri-
    :- e an not immediately threatened by
    law- to stop Immigration and to depart men and
    women born abroad. Sometimes we wwh that we
    had established such a law in 149E."
    Why do we not raise our voices? Go back to the
    immigration debate of the 1930'S, o n lucted in the
    day- of the first of the Red scares, during a period
    of ar weariness; and listen to one congressman
    saying quite bluntly what many ol his colleagues
    were chinking but not expressing: "Were the immi-
    grants now flooding our shores possessed of the same
    traits, characteristics, and blood of our forefathers.
    1 would have no concern upon the problem con-
    senting us. because in the main, they belong to
    the same branch of the Aryan race."
    The idea of basing our immigration law on a hope-
    fully frozen ethnic pattern was so obviously nur-
    tured in bias and racism that no intelligent modern
    right wing foe of the law's reform dares to defend
    it. One of America's most capable students of immi-
    . tion. Dr. William S. Bernard, co-director of the
    American Council for Nationalities Service, has well
    asserted that the ethnic composition of the United
    States cannot be pegged to a particular pattern.
    Today's Thought:
    _By_DR.
    SAMUEL SILVER
    Imaginary Talk
    M
    |OST people don't know that in the
    State Department there is a Bureau
    of Clarification. We had occasion to visit
    the bureau not so long ago. We wanted
    some light on American foreign policy.
    The bureau chief was most accommodat-
    ing. "We in the State Department," he
    said, "are determined to uphold the in-
    terests of the free world. That is the
    main thrust of our efforts."
    "Is that why we are In Vietnam?" he was asked. "Yes,
    indeed," he replied, wherever there is a danger to free-
    dom we feel a re-ponsihil >."
    But." he as asked, "do you regard South Vietnam
    ae? Isn ill) an oligarchy?"
    'Thai the reply. "Bui Smith Vietnam
    Ion So 9 c i'-ei Im tlved "
    our allies like 1 ran spam
    ild you regard then, as democ-
    may not Intrude upon the intern..!
    get nto the Dominican Republic?"
    lent Communist tl
    stand idly by and watch a count
    a" imj cable foe Eneoat me moment."
    case the cianfier was asked, "how i i
    Her ho has recantrj
    me time
    help from B a
    "If we didn; r we wonld lose the
    will of the Arabs, was 'tie bland pespoi
    he good will of I is he was
    "Oh, the Thej Can take care of themse
    They've proved it. But in the event the) are imperilled
    always call ui>on the United stale- Our nation
    will ration to their plea, after weighing
    the alternatives
    sir," the clarifier was pressed further, "recently
    i'resident of the United States, in a message to the
    Zionist or_aniiation ot America, pledged support to the
    State of Israel."
    He did? Well, sir, it is not our desire to dictate to the
    .dent. He goes his way and we in the State Depart-
    ment go ours."
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    OH the Record:
    Friday. "mcTus' 1
    loe;
    By NATHAN ZIPRIW
    An Evaluation of Jewish Poetry
    ONE OF THE vanishing arts in j
    this space oriented world has
    been the literary essay, an art
    form that in more benign cen-
    turies had been the delight of all
    with concern for the written word.
    Today the literary essay has large-
    ly given way to book reviews
    which, while serving an informa-
    tive purpose, are wholly lacking in I------------
    oepth. in qualities of perception and in probing or
    essence artistically rather than journalistically.
    Yet this is not the whole truth. Happily, there
    are exceptions, if one only looks for them. One such
    exception is the recently published collection of Yi.t-
    dJaMKerar) essays by A. Tabachnik under the title
    Dichter Un Dichtung" ("Poets and Poetry I.
    Those who are not estranged from the Yiddish idiom
    would do well to get the book and read It, and those
    who are unfortunate enough not to have b familiar-
    ity with the Yiddish tongue would do well to learn
    it" if only to savor the artistic statui e oi the
    I
    The 510-1 'ume 'N n"' '" ,!'"
    med
    entional crit dia. It is insti

    i nd poi try'. Ti
    .. in
    tic exercise ev n they are in | rose In
    each oi the essa; s is a lion p*
    Tabachnik currently is considered the foremost
    Yiddish literary critic, but, above all. poetry
    grand love. It la not for aught that he rein, ,
    an essay on "tradition and revolt" in Yiddis liter-
    ature that the theme was merely "an excuse i be
    able to talk again and again about Yiddish p -y "
    This is a highly subjective book. One feels hat
    the author at times is carried away by the peed
    under his scrctiny. And he makes no pretension ^
    limning the story of Yiddish poetic creativ in.
    gtead he tell- u- the -toxy of a number of poet- ,.,,
    work has brought him radiance, the joy of tici-
    Dating in their creativity. And. in the proce-u he
    vhtuall> compels the reader to love his poet-
    dition. he ha- an almost unbelievable cap
    detect mere virtUOsK) where others see c tine
    .,,:. artificially where others find depth an: -
    tion wh. re others viev. truth.
    p rhaps the best illustration of Tabachn
    to grasp and Uncover "he artistic mot
    ii- iii- essa) on Joseph Kolmk. a deci
    but re.illy profound man He ren arl
    I iinik that he could mould an unuaua
    ;.. lie illustrates tl
    rvii v-
    thi 'nil Rolnih it en
    mie "
    i c|| It>llllk
    ild ix- haui
    his power i< sh sin i Itii
    nil living It not
    n mik.
    (
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    lit)
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    I
    Capitol Spotlight: By MILTON FRIEDMAN
    '**ai to* \
    *< 1
    " A /
    ^*r A, '
    xs
    Tn
    uiBa W-slin W
    Goldberg 'Clarificat
    Washington |
    STATE DEPARTMENT Officials are
    eager for Arthur J. Goldberg, newly
    ;ipointed head of the U.S. delegation U>|
    the lnited Nations, to tacitly renounce |
    his recent assertion that he is a Zionist.
    American diplomats have started ex-
    plaining to Arab governments that Mr. I
    Goldberg's strongly pro-Israel address of!
    last May. and a subsequent statement in f
    Israel, reflected his private philosophy.
    ing that a Supreme lour: Justice has no direct role in
    Humiliation of foreign policy. Now that Mr. OoMberg \t
    assuming a vital diplomatic post, he would be far more
    cautious in advocating committments to Israel's d ; to :hc state Department
    Mr Johnson was not persuaneo oy President John-on
    to resign from the Supreme Cowl because of any con-
    cern in Washington, One way or the other, on the Araii-
    el problem. This scarcely entered the President's
    thinking, according to reliable White House source -
    President Johnson saw Mr Goldberg as the hearer of a
    liberal Image in the Adlai Stevenson tradition. The 1 nited
    Nations is in trouble, and a skilled negotiator is urgently
    required. The President envisaged Mr Coldhcrg as a bril-
    liant mediator whose personality might even help calm
    domestic misgivings over American policies in Viet Nam
    and the Dominican Republic.
    In the difficult task as-signed to Mr. Goldberg, he will
    not only espouse American policies, but will assist in shap-
    ing this country's I'N diplomacy.
    The problem is that the State Department's view of
    Zionism and spiritual commitments to Israel differs from
    that of the I'N delegate. His May address, before the
    American Israel Public Affairs Committee, would never
    I ave been cleared by Secretary of State Dean IUik for
    delivery by a Departmental official.
    Mr. Goldberg will remember his courageous state-
    ion* on the Agenda
    mentv voluntarily voiced, and find himself toi
    artfeM personal convictions and the pressures S:aa
    Department expediency.
    It will Ite a dramatic test of whether interest I Isrt
    is. indeed, a loyally "which in no way is Inaampauaa
    with the undivided allegiance which I, logethi v*it> ,
    Americans of Jewish origin ami beliol, owe I i
    extend to our beloved America."
    Mr Goldberg cited Justice BrannVrs" n
    "there i- no Inconsistency between loyalty to Aanersea
    loyalty to Jewry'"
    Mr. Goldberg stated that "the leaders of
    ever) occasion have proclaimed their earnest
    negotiate a just and lasting peace with their A-,r> nei
    bora and a willingness to cooperate with onern m th
    velopraent of the reaonrcea of the area tor the
    all it- inhabitants. The direct negotiation of an v
    permanent POOCC treaty t,> replace the prose-" un
    factor) armistice is ,i goal of American foreign -
    as it is the Israeli goal.''
    Goldberg traced the democratic concepts Unk-
    ing America with Israel. He recalled that P I lol-,
    -on said "peace l- first on our .i i for Midi
    Bast. In this connection. Mr Goldberg eniph-/ed tl
    "( keep peace on the agenda, and to pursue unceas igl> i
    goal of peace in freedom for Israel and all other eOUflU
    in the Middle Ka-t."
    The late Mr Stevenson found himself in the ritual
    of opposing at the United Nations a move w* n
    nation- to advance Arab-Israel peace The Stat< afopi
    ment was seeking, at that time, to curry Arab avt>r W
    Mr Goldberg similarly find himself advocating W Btai
    that may clash with his personal convictins"
    It is Mr. Goldberg'a belief "that ihere is wery n
    for Americans Jewish and noii.lc.wsh t euttp
    that areal adventure in human freadBsn, tsra in
    venture which parallel- that : venture i- -'
    the I nited States of America
    Between Yov and Me: By BORIS SMOIAR
    JFK Had 'Envoy' Eve on Judge
    %flTH THE apointmen- by P
    " idem Johnson : Jt


    I that the late President
    Kennedy had, -h- :tl\ b B fon
    I n. coiitempk.te.l
    ling oi Mr Goldbe "S
    iet i rooi. to look into ana sitaatii
    : the Jews there. With him were to go also two j.
    - Baton, Jacob K Pnvtta and AJjntliam RfUcoff.
    What President Kennedy had in mind was that she
    three distinguished American id meet in
    with the then Sot .. Premier Nikita Kin
    id other highest Soviel leaders, and dis<
    h them the grievance- of world Jewry again**
    ippresaton of Jewish euttoral and in,-
    in the Son iel Union.
    Presklenl Kennedy conferred on this matter
    with the three Jewish personalities in the White
    Hou-e a week befOSe he left on his fatal Texas trip.
    i bei n dis4 is
    Dobrynin in Wan1 i i ten
    id nol
    m vertheli tno in I
    . have hi
    :, ... I, ,,,.; >..
    of visas to xht after tnr to-
    taken b) he U.S. P o. at .-< their
    M x would have amount!
    t-Mosci -h r
    riii tion "
    The sodden and tragic death r. | aariek I Ken-
    ' l*1" f^1 l Open, and a I the r.-moval
    v later from s,v.et pa Itical orik i
    !'W' ;k- on having .. dberg-Jtorita
    team going to aJeaaoa w. meh
    i was one oi the pi i cipal
    ton at a national com,
    intaations held tor the purposi ,< protesting
    ast the Buppression of Jewish (j'ture ind r*a
    n in the aoviel t mon
    n*-ia nw-.-inUI
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    1965
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    Page 15- A
    SUMMER AND TAKING TO THE ROAD
    ate We Give Up Hospitality
    \ole to Big Organizations
    ,, DAVIO SCHWARTZ

    t. r u UaM we take
    road "'"e for hos'
    Hospit ilitj today is not
    C( || was to our
    i ii r day I heard
    [., ">">- hospital-
    ad: sa,,,: *'Yes>
    . e hotrls and
    fl, In iduaJ ha- tp
    ;vah to organ-
    si part.
    mj father's
    uesl was
    all) for the
    i him hospitality
    trvah, n to
    , o( the
    thai it i~
    which one

    rid ti-
    lt : :-\\ -
    that "i
    I'

    i that the
    i olicif for
    i j bosh. The
    potti ind 'h rich
    man came out embarrassed,
    apolajgiiirtg.
    'Don't apologize." said the
    rabbi. "You acted even better
    than Moses. It is written that
    welcoming a guest transcends
    welcoming the Divine Presence.
    When Cod manifotecl himself to
    MOMS, the latter hid his face,
    but you hid your entire bixty "
    Abraham was so hospitable
    that his hOUH had door- on all
    idea, so no \\.i\farer could miss
    it.
    You can (ell a town In n- | oi
    pitality. In Sodom, ancient cttj
    of Iniquity, it the guest ^t an inn
    W as ton Ion : for the bed, they
    ' lie was '" In- bones I s improved no
    da) t. Now 'it.
    thej thn I and koop Ins
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    those whom wi ird ,i- the
    ,
    i a town .
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    ], use Thi no' kno- i
    .
    of a nunl oihi r plai i a
    whei e hi ;< il the night.
    The rabbi then went to the
    horn* of a poor teacher where
    ha wn received most warmly.
    Soon all the town learned that
    the renowned Rabbi of lierdit-
    chev was in town and from all
    parts, they descended on the
    teacher's home to see the rabbi..
    Among these was the rich Jew
    who now aakd the rabbi to hon-
    or him by Maying at his house.
    "I am reminded.*' said the
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    Buth entertained angels. Bui in
    Scriptnre. we find in the case of
    Lot. it is -aid plainly that Lot
    Saw angels, whereas in the case
    of Abraham, though they were
    ngstflt i* written. Abraham
    saw two men I.oi had to sag
    anijeN before welcoming them
    but. for Absaham, it was enough
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    The Rabbi Bei ditche\ ,i -
    himself ispitality,
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    v than the in
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    Miami. Florida. Friday, August 6, 1965
    Section 3
    Mrs. Kaufman to Head Pioneers
    . Women national art competition winner. Mrs. Jack
    try o! Pittsburgh. Pa., is shown with her pnze-wii.ninq
    t -work. "Sukkoth," which was judged the best entry
    nai B'rilh Women's theme in the third annial na-
    I competition. A former art teacher who is partially
    .. c by a stroke. Mrs. Levy trained her lett hand to do the
    titchM j:iJ now teaches the cruft to children. She
    forme tor advisor of B'nai B'rith Girls in Pitts-
    By Special Report
    Mr- R o e Kaufman, of \e
    York, wti i lected national presi
    II nt of Pioneer Women at the clos-
    ing session of the organization'!
    40th anniversary convention in
    Philadelphia she succeeds Mrs.
    ! ,: i he Fine, who completed her
    tuii > ear term 11 office
    Mrs Kaufman, who is originally
    i leveland, 0 has served as
    national vice president and as ;i
    member of the Advisor) Board of
    Pioneer Women In Cleveland, -h.
    si.. i i ,i. \ ice president of the Jew-
    i 'i Community Council and as co-
    chairman t the Women's Division
    o| the Jewish Welfare Fund ami the
    v. men's Division ol Israel lkoul-
    In M ly, 1955, the Cleveland Wo-
    men's Division of the Jewish Nj
    tional Fund launched a Rose Kauf-
    man ton It of 10,000 tiees in I-
    rael. This proyoot was completed
    in (he record tune of eight months,
    testifying to the high regard in
    which Mr- Kaufman is held in her
    native Cleveland community
    Mrs Kaufman w s a Pioneer
    Women delegate to the 1946 World
    Zionisl Congress held at Basle,
    Switzerland She has been abroad
    on various occasions, once in 1952
    on a special mission to Europe,
    North Africa and Israel for the
    United Jewish Appeal.
    She was in Israel during the hi>-
    torh Sinai campaign in \9X. il
    tending the Lead i ship Seminar
    .. t Moetzel Hapoalot, Pioneer Wo-
    :i. and the Jewish Agency In
    1964, she visited in Israel again as
    delegate the World Zionist Con-
    areas and to the World Orgaawav
    tion of Pioneer Women.
    The convention earlier resolved
    to raise $2,200,000 during the next
    two j ears for the social sen ice pro-
    it \l -t/et Hapoalot, it- sis
    ter organization in Israel
    The delegates adopted a resolu-
    tion calling upon the Soviet l -
    ernment to restore full cull
    nation.)! and religious rights to its
    . ish citizens The n
    5 iviet Government I i
    I pi rmit the free fund,
    >ynag igues and i rivate pr
    etir 21 all< w the 3e\
    . munity to publU religio
    :, \t- in necessar) quantitii -
    t,i make religious
    i i [srae i proi
    sch .- facilities for th
    [ Yiddisl nd Hebrew
    by ISABEL GRCVE
    Newman
    . h imi
    ii Ele inoi
    md hapbea i M
    at imp
    ,. ti> bah) slttini
    in junioi
    Michael i- w
    ( '.lit it gave tht-m ..
    : ianc to visit with Iheir grand
    ., urse the I dt course
    f King's l'...> C o un t r > CluS
    s-asn : the same without the Lan-
    i;. .. dubs were in the
    I : :.. ear just In case thej
    ha i time to play while awa) for
    md
    *
    Mrs ( art Suss i Sokoiow Is
    i iusej jest of Ana and Henry
    5hi t she's married to Ann'l
    youngest brother. Carl From
    Perth A in boy. where she teaches
    ictiool, Miss was the only one in
    Ihe family who could get away
    |his summer The Sokolows
    I e .i large clan here, and -he's
    .en entertained by all. most re-
    cently by Fssie and Merman and
    Rose and Fiatik BUM '-
    f!\u g t, Nns-.au for a few days
    ' she will -lay at the Hut
    -li Colonial Hole I and "shop
    the minute the stores open
    , ., She'll remain
    [in o i another feu weeks be
    I tack to Carl, and son
    Llayme and daughter Debby, who
    ire bus) with summer classes

    North Miami Councilman Leon-
    d Kimball and his wife, EsteJIe,
    Interrupted a busy schedule to
    attend the National League of
    Titu-> Convention held last week
    In Detroit. Mich. A very nos-
    talgic side '.rip for Leonard WS1
    Ihe day spent on campus at the
    . niversity of .Michigan in Ann
    ^rbor where he took hi- college
    ml law school work He re
    urned to his former haunts after
    ^n absence of 30 years.

    Mr. and Mrs Louis Heiman
    lave returned home from a trip
    U> New York City, where they
    I*tended the graduation exenise-
    f their daughter. Mickey Lou
    'earlman, from the City College
    f New York Mr- Pearlman
    was i with i BA degree
    in Knei: il in I isl F< bru-
    She w as warded a tu-
    ition rant b) the < itj Colle e
    12 credits of
    w American
    and dramatic lit" '"
    May, shi lu-
    nt-vp in the Depart
    t ol English Mi ke> Lou
    will receive monetary grant for
    the two semester- it the 196546
    term and will be associated with
    the English Department for 15 to
    20 hours .i week she plan- to
    (i mplete her ma degree bj June
    liibC Mr. and Mrs. Heiman
    have lived in Miami since 1925.
    Mickey was born at St. Francis
    Hospital, and attended M I a ill i
    Beach schools

    Fannie and Nat Sediik flew to
    Los Angeles on Tuesday for I
    family reunion Their oldest
    i. Capt. Jay Sediik. is an Air
    Forte motion picture producer
    and director who i- stationed at
    Hollywood Hills and lives in Van
    Nuys, Calif. The Air Force
    subsidized his continued educa-
    tion with t.he result that he has
    completed all his academic work
    for a Til), except for writing his
    ihesl He and his lovely wife,
    BerniCe, have two children. Jeff-
    rev :;. and Scott 4 months .
    Number two son, Earl, received
    hi- degree la engineering science
    last year trom III' I and has
    been working as a computer en-
    gineer at Boeing Aircraft in Se-
    attle for the past year Earl
    will fly down to LOS Angeles for
    the reunion Number three
    -on Barry 14, has been vacation
    Ing in Van Nu\s for th peal
    month and will re', urn to Miami
    with his parents late in August to
    start at Coral Park High in the
    fall.

    Leo and Nola Eisenstein are
    back from a two-month tour of
    Israel and Eastern Europe.

    On the birth front: U's a boy.
    Edward Martin, who arrived on
    Thursday. July 29. at Doctors
    Hospital to Lester and Leoea
    is. of 8830 SW 92nd PL .
    Continued on Pag* B
    nvif Han-Ion printm
    III ill AT Bi RDMSKTS:
    Our own Wilroys. in an important collection
    of swinging skirts, flattering drapes, dress-
    maker details also basic sheaths AH
    ounce-hght, carefree ban-Ion* nylon matte
    jerseys, $26 to $36.
    Shown, sleeveless long torso with wide-
    pleated skirt. New all-season colors,
    8 to 16. $36.
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    Friday. August 6. lgjj
    ... ^Mbout | f^cople and f*%
    Orlin Back From Piano Studies
    acc5

    THE KING BEE
    Cele Friedman gave a birthday dinner party
    in the Starlight Room of the Doral Bsucb. Hotel
    in honor of her fiance. Mr. S. Lee Weieberg'^
    birthday As the Kin? Bee. Mr. Weinber* had too
    billing; although everyone insisted on calling
    Cele tho Queen Bee. Bees were in the floral cen-
    terpiece, and placecards read "to bee or not to
    bee." The birthday cake was a bee hive. Amorr;
    guests were Mr and Mrs. William Kniglak II. Mr
    and Mrs. Albert Bramson. from St. Petersburg
    Mr. and Mrs. Julius Rosenberg, Mr. and Mrs.
    Seymour Buckner, Mrs. Barbara Wallach. Mrs.
    Sam Blank. Mr. and Mis. Mandtl Zabta. Mr. an.I
    Mrs. Sol Weinrkh, Mr. Maurice Gussman. Mrs.
    Nettie Milgrim. Mrs. Selma Ehrhch, Miss Sayde
    Selman. and Mr. Joseph Wallack.
    * *
    OLD HAT
    For the sixth time. Sylvia (Mrs. Philip.) Fried-
    nun was an official hostess for the Miss Universe
    contest. Her girls were Miss England and Man
    Canada. Git (Mrs. Morris* Berick was hostess
    to Miss Israel. Other hard workers included Mr.-.
    Michele Beckman, Mrs. Charles Gordon. Mrs
    Mark Cirlin and Mrs. Gay Forstat. Sylvia ua
    with the contestants from the continent for a
    week. beinL,' wined and dined in New York. They
    also went to visit the U.S. Senate and came i.i
    just as Bcbby Kennedy was presenting a bill to
    Congress. Afterwards, he came out to shake
    hands all around. If swooning was in fashion, the
    sirls would have swooned, their average age be-
    ing nineteen. All the girls could swim and looked
    adorable in their bikinis. They went to the new
    I'alm Bay Yacht Club one day for lunch and
    swimming. All agreed that the new liist I in-
    verse is lovely
    THE BRIDE CUTS THE CAKE
    Helen Sparber who just became Mrs Sam
    Berman in Rabbi Leon Kronishs study wag sur-
    prised by her husband with a wedding dinner in
    the private room at the Kmhers. tiorgoous red
    roses sparkling champa^r* and a huge ice cream
    wedding cake were all Sum's idea and surprise.
    Just family included Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Kaplan.
    Billie and Bruce Kaplan. Mr. and Mrs. Mai From.
    berg. Mr. and Mrs. Irvin Rubin. Harry Miller.
    Raymond Rubin. Mrs. Fannie Nathanson. Mr.
    and Mrs. Seymour Rubin, ami Mr. and Mrs. James
    Chapman. Alter a trip to California, the Bermans
    will live at the Sea Coasi.
    *
    NO PLACE LIKE HOME
    Marsha Gidney i- having a wonderful time
    on her European cruise, but she is honest enough
    to write her parents. Merry and Mildred, the
    truth as she Met it. She writes -One must abso-
    lute!) see BUMpe, bul the uood old I'.S.A. is
    home; and there is no place, like home
    *
    THREE EIFFEL TOWERS
    Ann and Nat Klein will only see one Eiffel
    Trwer when they go to Europe but there were
    three used in decONttfetf the long table at the
    Crystal House where twenty-five of her friends
    gave getog-away party for her. It was a lovely
    iuncheon. and a set of "his and her" hlgfSge was
    the surprise gift. Among hostesses were Mrs
    Harry Schwartz. Mrs. Sam Feldman. Mrs. Lou
    EtotnacbJM, Mm Leon La PMus, Mrs. Al Oppen-
    heimer, Mrs. Robert ChiMs, Mrs. Jack Moss and
    Mrs E lith Lazarus.
    *
    SHE'S HOME
    Inez Krensky is home from Chicago, where
    she had a gay old time. Now she's waiting for her
    mother to come and visit her for the winter
    Frances Lehman
    Jem Orlin. MO <>f MM. Morn-
    Orlin. JUS) completed a live-week
    course in piano at the lonserva.'
    lor> "f MMiC Division ot the tin
    versity of Cincinnati.
    Orlin is a student of Mrs. Peggy
    E r W i n, ot Coral Gables, and
    through aiulninnn held in Miami
    last October, was the recipient ot .
    scholarships from both the Univer-
    sity of Cincinnati and the Miami
    Music Club.
    Orlin studied under Mme. Olga
    Conns, herself a former pupil iu
    Europe ot the world-renowned
    composer and pianist, Serge Rach-
    maninoff, and he had the use of
    original Rachmaninoff manuscripts
    during the fne-week period in, Cin
    cinnati.

    Orlin is an honor student at
    Coral Gables SftSSOf H i >; h. \ ice
    president of the National Henec
    Societ). memberoi the SosisJ Siud-
    les and Spanish Honor societies.
    T Film Festival
    Set Wednesday j
    "Anatomj Ol .. Murder.' an ad-
    aptation of Robert Trevor's bast
    selling novel, will be the thud film
    in ;he International Summer Film
    Festive! sponsored b) the YM
    YWHA of Greater Miami, 8500 sw
    8t!i St. "ii Wednesday, Aug. 11. 8
    p.m.. in the North Bathroom,
    The tense small town courtroom
    drama ~tar. James Stewart, Lea
    R.iuK-k and Ben Genera. A col>
    fee hour will tollovv the nlm.
    and a bo is currently \k< pre dent oi the Florida Federal. ,{
    Junior Music Clubs.
    Pot Cheese
    and
    Sour Cream?
    Summer meals taste
    brighter j
    with _A
    iced
    Tetley Tea!
    Male tceii tci St>
    > JH/O VkilbJbUlt
    Uilo) lt- Imijji
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    Student Project to Eye Israeli Arabs ZJ0UX2O
    LOS ANGELES (JTA. A
    n search project aimed at improv-
    ing the study and future work per-
    formance of Israeli Arab student>
    by giving them a sense of belon.
    ing. will receive the first Max
    MitchcM Achievement Award to-
    t.iling S10.W0 made through tho
    Jeavieh Federation-Council's Corn-
    unity Foundation, it wm an-
    nounced here this week.
    The two-year project was con-
    i"ived and proposed by Carl
    Frankenstein, professor of special
    < location at the Hebrew Univer-
    sity'* School ot Education in Is-
    rael
    Frankenstein was selected
    'rotn among four finalists from
    Tchnion and Hebrew Universi-
    ty, according to Victor Carter,
    Award Committee chairman and
    president of tKe Jewish Commun-
    ity Foundation Board of Trus-
    tees.
    Lack of the feeling of belonging.
    Mated the research proposal, is the
    source of much resentment and
    frustration among the Arabs of Is-
    rael. This condition stems from a
    conviction encouraged by Arai>
    Bloc propaganda.
    Intensive case studies it is
    hoped, will aid in the understand-
    ing and interpretation of minority
    p.-v chology in general and Israel
    .Arabs in particular. Main purpose
    is to translate these psychological
    findings into educational conclu-
    sion; to try out methods at var-
    ious level- of development and
    learning, to counteract the de-
    structive impact of provisional ex-
    istence."
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    oi' Tuesday will be in memory of
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    ., or I iuylm; the Chines* eaU
    l",', K among tin- Zuni In-
    Lnsth. rd ismoteyaU; wesaj
    | ichever language is
    ... ,,( rcfen to a vege
    mere art the hard-
    Hubbard, which
    r. u- until completely ma-
    . ,' are afr the smaller va-
    Lties '' ,H,S| ea,en .!
    ( that the -km could easily
    v j t h the fingernail.
    l... jmonn others.
    I straightneek. and cym-
    an The word we use.
    | .,n abbreviation and
    ..f sakUtaaQUash, a
    > the Massachusetts
    . .in raw. *reen. or inv
    ipplied t' fruits and
    , .1111 -jrt*en or un-
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    lOl under the
    . Ral hi Morris A Kip-
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    through confii
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    i literature,
    is litur
    rshi| sen
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    i .!. in depth
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    As the m a n y name- indicate.
    some squash varieties can he found
    throughout the world, hut the ma-
    jority of those familiar to us are
    true natives of the western hemis-
    phere. Their yreat variety was a
    source of amazement to the early
    explorers and an important source
    ot food to the early settlers.
    Since squash can he found in so
    many different forms and the
    methods of cooking them vary with
    the type used, the recipes should
    indicate which one. or ones, are to
    tx' selected The two printed below
    .ire delicious methods of preparing
    the yellow straiuhtneck. one of the
    group called summer squash.
    Young and tender zuccini may also
    be prepared in the same wa>v
    When you purchase the squash,
    pick young ones no more than 6
    inches long, with a tender, soft
    l>eel
    The color should be a warm
    bright, golden yellow, the texture
    firm and free from imperfections
    Wash the squash thoroughly It is
    not necessary to peel them if they
    .iir tender, but you can scrape the
    skins lightly if you wish. In both
    the recipes selected for today, the
    sliced squash are first MUteed in
    a little oil. .m excellent method
    ol cooking them, as it requires no
    liquid Straightneek tquaah may
    I steamed in a waterless cooker
    hi ., heavj saucepan, but onl) <
    minimum of liquid -hould ever >'
    SaporitissimiL.
    (ieshmakste!
    ...The tastiest!
    Vi er you describe it m
    I le* ish or Knglish
    i >t m .is spaghetti dinner
    I .. Boy-Ar-Deeisjust
    the uutiest this side of
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    ""'f.tuttobusnolCott. mMf
    obowl 15, p., ,.,vi9.
    ;. ded, .is otherwise 'hey tend to
    I ecome very watery
    Chilled Sweet and Sour Squash
    2 His small straightneek yellow
    squash
    1 cup vegetable oil
    salt snd pepper to taste
    1 cup slued scallions green and
    white parts i
    cup white vinegar
    teaspoon ground ginger
    '< cup firmly packed dark brown
    sugar
    Select young and tender squash
    no more than 6 inches long. Wash
    thoroughly and scrape lightly. Re-
    move the ends and cut the squash
    crosswise into 1-inch pieces
    Place the oil in a large skillet
    over medium high heat. When it
    is hot. add the squash and cook
    about 10 minutes, until brown on
    all sides Sprinkle with salt and
    pepper to taste. Carefully remove
    the pieces of squash from the pan.
    and arrange them in an earthen-
    ware howl in alternate layers with
    the scallions. To the oil in the
    pan. add the vinegar, brown su-
    gar, and ginger Bring to a boll.
    then simmer 2 or 3 minutes, until
    the sugar is completely dissolved.
    Pour over the squash Cover the
    bowl and refrigerate overnight.
    Chilled Sweet and Sour Squash
    may he served as a vegetable or a
    relish If the pieces are kept cov-
    ered with the liquid, and refrig
    crated, they will keep for about a
    week This amount serves 6.
    Saucy Squash
    1 lbs small straightneek yel
    low squash
    2 tablespoons vegetable oil
    I ;t cup omon due I medium-
    fine
    II cup well draim I
    sliced mushn
    -'i cup parve spaghetti sauce
    with mushrooms
    '. teaspoon sail
    teaspoon Italian seasoning
    b" tahl.s| i im gi sted American
    style cheese
    l 16 teaspoon garlic powder
    Scrub the squash thoroughly
    scrape lightly, and pal dry with
    paper towels Remove the ends,
    and cut the squash into 1 2 inch
    slues Heat the oil in a large skil-
    let, add the squash and onion, cov-
    er the pan. and cook over medium
    heal until the squash is just ten-
    der Gently stir from time to time.
    Hemove the cover, and gently stir
    in the mushrooms, spaghetti sauce.
    salt. Italian seasoning and garlic
    powder Be careful not to break
    the pieces of the squash Bring to
    a boil, then remove from the heat
    Gently stir in half the cheese
    i'our into a serving bowl and
    sprinkle with the remaining
    cheese. This amount makes 4 to
    5 servings.
    Harlequin Parfait
    Delicate Dessert
    ol, colorful, quick to fix
    this delicate dessert merges but-
    otch and mocha fl.n ors i ,:
    excitini and Inviting eating.
    Harlequin Parfeit
    1 package regular size I B i
    Butterscotch bidding
    2 cups milk
    1 cup heavy cream
    2 tablespoons sugar
    2 teaspoons Chase & Sanborn In-
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    Prepare Royal Butterscotch Pud-
    ding with milk as directed on.
    package I'our into bowl; place
    waxed paper or saran directly on
    pudding Chill. Combine heavy
    I cream, sugar, and Chase & San-
    lorn Instant Coffee. Whip until
    . stiff. Stir pudding to soften. Alter-
    nate heaping spoonsful of pudding
    and whipped cream into sherbet
    I glasses. Serves 6.
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    Presentation i f the citarJoni i
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    WOMAN OF THE WEEK
    Carolyn Hunter has been Mrs. David Hess for 31 years.
    She was a precocious youngster, musically talented. At the
    age of nine, she won her first award at a New York .Music
    Week Festival. She has an interesting musical background
    as a member of the famous Witmark family, publishers of
    Victor Herbert's music. She remembers sitting on the lap
    of Madame Ernestine Schumann-Heink. and a broad lap it
    Madame Heink stroked her flaming red curls and
    said, Practice, little one. so that you can grow up and be
    a fine pianist."
    Carolyn is a fine pianist today and her hair is still
    red. Ironically enough, she gradu-
    ated from Columbia University,
    where she -tudied business admin-
    istration at the wish of her father,
    who was a banker. She attended
    the Juilliard School of Music ami
    spent three summer- be^innini: at
    fourteen, at the American Con.
    servatory of Music at Fontaine-
    bleau. right outside of Fans. Her
    mother was with her to see that
    She met David at an adult camp.
    On the way home, he asked for a
    date On the second date, he said.
    "I'm 27. 1 want to marry you.
    I"11 give you a month to make up
    your mind. We'll be married on
    Jan. 25." They were.
    Carolyn continued with her career of concenizing until
    her husl'and -aid. You can have a baby grand or a grand
    baby Carol)n those the grand baby. Jay. who is also a
    fine pianist today Presently. Jay is an exchange student
    attending medical school in Manila. He is the first Ameri-
    can to be admitted to the highest fraternity there. Beta
    Sigma, and also the first American to be editor of the
    school's magazine The second grand baby was a girl. Lou-
    ise, who is now married to Edward Rudnuk and has a baby
    of her own. John.
    The Hesses have been living in Miami 21 years. While
    David was in service he's an electrical engineer he
    caught a glimpse of Florida, liked what he saw and decided
    it would be a wonderful plate to live Carolyn ha- always
    been interested in community work. Right now she is presi-
    dent of tne Miami Chapter of B'nai B'nt:i Women. She's
    vice president of the Community Concer.s and is on its
    Artist Selection Committee She's publicity chairman for
    the Women's Auxiliary of Cedars of Lebanon Hospital and
    does her volunteer stint at the Information Desk in the lobby
    of the hospital once a week. Besides all of this, she teaches
    a hundred piano pupils a week in both classical and popu-
    lar.
    trolyn adores children and says that teaching them is
    like mou ij Recently, at the recital she st
    every two years. 15" people came to hear sixtj of Carolyn's
    pupils m. The weekends belong to her husband, and
    Sunday is familj da) David i- not a profound mu-u
    although he is mighty proud of his wife's ability He goes
    > ). (o-i.-.-rts that -he want, to attend, and in return she
    - with hkn to .,:i ol the electrical conventions and -blood
    and thunder" movies But she insists, "mj husband comes
    first before students, before music Before ..11 else, l>a\ut
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    Double Ring Rites
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    Renee Jaffe and Laurence Fein
    roid exchanged wedding vows in a
    double ring ceremony on Sunday,
    Aug 1 2 p.m.. at the Seville Ho-
    tel. Rabbi Joseph K Narot officiat-
    ed Color theme was pink and
    white ,,
    The bride is the daughter ol Mr.
    and Mrs Ralph Jaffe The -rooms
    parents arc Mrs Ann Sampson, Of
    702 Mth SI Miami Beach, and Mr
    Joseph Feingold, ol Elizabeth, N.J.
    Ma ron of h -nor was Mrs. Kstelle
    Levene. Martha Feingold was jun-
    ior bridesmaid, and Kalph Levene
    acted as ringbearer. Best man was
    Gerald Ticdlebaum. Ushers in-
    cluded Mark Jaffe. Michael Samp-
    son. David Levene. M:>x Hagao,
    Kenneth Abrams. Akiva Goffer and
    Marvin Feingold.
    The bride was attired in a full-
    length formal gown, featuring a
    cathedral train, bodice of French
    hue. and a skirt of peau dc Bole
    embroidered with lace and seed
    pearl appliques. Her bouquet was
    a cascade of white orchids.
    Newlywed Mrs. Feingold attend.
    ed Miami Senior High and the Uni-
    versity of Miami where she re-
    ceived a Bachelor of Education
    degree At the l' of M. she was ex
    ecutive officer of Angel Flight.
    member of Alpha Sigma BpsUon
    and Orange Key. and president of
    the University College Student Gov-
    ernment. She is currently teaching
    in the Dade County school system.
    The groom attended Miami Beach
    Senior High and the I'niversity of
    Miami where he belonged to Tail
    Friday, August 6. 15|
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    MRS. IAUMNCJ FUNGOID
    Epsilon Phi Fraternitj He went to
    Vanderbill and the University ol
    Miami Law Schools He Is I mom
    her of the American and Florida
    Bar Ass nations, and i- an BBS '
    date m tin lam offices of ii C
    Fuller
    Reception and sit down dinner
    followed at the Seville.
    After a Jamaica honeymoon, the
    couple will be at home at the Villa
    Gables. 1145 Calabria. Coral Gables.
    Belle Mendelson,
    Martin Dernis To
    Live in Miami
    HtM BeJh Janet Men
    c.me the bride of Mart
    Dernis on Saturday evei
    31. 7 p.m.. at Temple Isn-I RatlJ
    Morris \V. Graff officiated it tfcj
    ceremony
    ( The bride if the daughter of ]b]
    and Mrs Fcbert I. Itei
    90th SI Surfsl k Tin' .
    ~on of Mr rnd Mrs < '.
    335 Washington Ave
    Maid t nor was \; \\ ..
    H Laufer. the former .
    in-, m- < r "f the
    Bridesmaids were Mrs
    der, aunt ol the bn<|.
    Elizabetf Kelly
    Lauri Kim and Ahsa i
    were flower ptrf. itrtrT
    Rul in was in iharge
    booh
    The lui. i ".ore a gft
    broiden d i < neon Uici |
    n ;, -lii, th ith a nal
    - i p neckline
    pves The taffeta
    formed a curnmerbuti
    waisl and w < pi mto
    (m her
    candieli
    accented aitli alencor
    . i : luslon.
    p., n wai Morton
    fer, be ihei .n law of
    Ushers wi n Charles B
    of th- M id( Sil
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    The brich is grad i ite
    ami Beach High School Dad<
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    \ niversit) oi Miami.
    Mr Dl rnis i- a grad lie
    L'mversitj of Miami 1 I
    He i- alumnus oi
    Del a l. : raternitj >n
    Sigma I Intel national Bus
    Fratermi aw i a i
    Miami Beac1 Jaycees He is
    ;itti .ii4 \ on Miami Beach,
    . R G ion
    Reci
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    Guests included mat.-rnal gr..
    I
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    \i-- loyci Snjder, aunt of ti.
    bud- : n from Pennsj
    and Mr- ln in Hi
    friei d ol Mr- D rnis, fleu ii
    Cleveland I
    The couple flew to "!.
    th4ir horn On tli Ir re'un
    tlii > w ak< their I
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    Miss Linda Hall,
    David Goldin
    Plan Nov. Rites
    Mr. and Mrs Ralph F Hall, oi
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    iunce tin- engagement of their
    ghter Linda Joyce, to David
    oi Mr- Barnetl
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    Miss Hall is graduate of Miami
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    is planned.
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    MRS Gfff/UD SCHICKMAN
    Carole Bender,
    Gerald Schickman
    Exchange Vows
    -. .. ton Homier bCCMU
    . Gerald Schickman in 8 45
    tea "ii Saturday, July :ti
    ! pic Nor Tamid, with Rabbi
    \ Skop officiating.
    The bnde is the daughter "f Mr
    . Bob Bender, 8210 S\v 25th
    Miami The groom'a parent-
    , Mr and Mrs Mover Schick
    Reseda, Calif.
    Maid ol honor w.i^ Misa Adn-
    c Shapiro. Henr> Schickman
    . esl man, and Jeff Bender
    s usher
    For her wedding, the bride chose
    k on l.-a and chantilly l;m
    ii un Her txHiquct was of white
    rehids and white roses
    Newlywed .Mrs SchicknMO went
    - ihwi -t Miami High School
    \, > a graduate of San
    lo Vallej state CMlege In
    Ihfornia He i~ an electronic en-
    n
    Reci pi on followed the ceremonj
    *V Temple Ncr Tamid Following a
    ^11 spent mi Miami Beach,
    il! live at 8900 SW twth
    Miami.
    Honors Students
    Plan Marriage
    Mr. and Mrs Martin Stelboum.
    ot 8611 SW ISth Tor announce the
    engagement of their daughter,
    Gail Hedy, to Roger D.iuor. -on of
    Dr. and Mrs Maxwell Dauer, ot
    6660 Montgomery Dr
    The bride-elect, a graduate of
    Southwesl High, attends the Uni-
    vei -My of Miami, whore slio is ma-
    joring in psychology and the fine
    art>. She was a member of Phi
    liota Pi Sorority and is in the hon-
    ors program.
    Mr Dauer ia a graduate senior at
    the Universlt) of Mi.hiu in the
    school of business. He waa .is.ist
    ,mt editor > Miami Yearbook. "Ibis." and a
    Management Club member lie is
    past president of the Young Adult
    Group of Temple Roth Am
    An engagement party honoring
    tho couple was hold at the Miami
    Spring- Villas in King Arthurs
    Court. A fall wedding is planned
    at the Doauvillo Hotel
    MISS GAIL STHBOUM
    Gables ORT Chapter
    Women American ORT. Coral
    Cable- Chapter, will hold a kick-
    off luncheon on Wednesdaj at Dada
    Federal Savings and Loan Ass
    lion in Dadeland The luncheon
    will launch the chapter's program
    tor the coming year.
    MS. AND MRS. MATANKY
    UAHC Names
    Program Chief
    By Special Report
    NEW YORK Albert Vorspan
    ha- boon named to the new posi-
    tion of direct r of programs of the
    I'ninn of American Hebrew Con
    ations, 880-member Reform
    temple bod) In North America.
    According to UAHC President
    Uabbi Maurice N. Ki-ondrath. thi-
    "constitutes the second most im
    portant post In the religious organ
    ization and the highest ever given
    a layman."
    Vorspan assumes the major por-
    tion of the duties of Rabbi Jay
    Kaufman, former UAHC vice pros
    idont. and now executive vice pros,
    idont of tho B'nai B'rith Anti-Defa-
    mation League.
    Vorspan will still handle hi- cur-
    ent role as director of the UAHC'S
    Department "f Social Action and
    :In- director of the Commission on
    Social Action of Reform Judaism
    a joint body of the UAHC and
    Central Conference of American
    Rabbis.
    Beach Couple
    Donate Equipment
    To Kupat Holim
    Contribution of a major unit of
    medical equipment for the Great-
    er Miami Rehabilitation Medical
    Center in Boci-heba. Israel, by Mr.
    and Mrs. David Matanky. of Miami
    Heath, was announced Wednesdaj
    bj Rabbi I.eon Kronish. honorary
    chairman of tho Greater Miami
    Israel Histadrut Committee
    Mr. and Mr- Matankj who made
    an extensive visit to Israel in 1963,
    also are founders of th Rehabili-
    Ution Medical Center, whiih they
    inspected While it was under con-
    struction.
    Matanky came to South Florida
    from Chicago some 26 years ago.
    A retired contractor and builder,
    he has been active in the pro-
    grams of the United Jewish Ap-
    peal, Israel Bonds, and the Israel
    Histadrut Committe.
    Earlier this year, the) donated ;,
    scholarship to an immigrant stu-
    dent in Israel through .mother His-
    tadrut program. Roth Mr. and Mrs,
    Matanky are life member.- of the
    Creator Miami Council t"r Medical
    Services in IsraelKupat Holim.
    Mrs Matanky is a former res,
    dent of Bayonne, N.J.. where both
    the Pioneer Women and Farband
    Labor Zionist Order unit- of that
    city were founded in her hi me.
    Since moving to Greater Miami,
    -ho has been active in Farband
    and Pioneer Women, and is a mom
    her of the Hoard of Director.-,
    along with her hu-band. Of tho
    Creator Miami Israel Histadrut
    Committee.
    During their tour 01 Israel, the
    couple expressed "groat satisfac
    tion with the medical care functions
    of Kupat Holim. which today pr
    tides for the health needs of more
    than 70 percent of the population
    of Israel."'
    On their return, they became
    founders of the Rehabalitation
    Medical Center, and this week add-
    ed their gift of medical equipment
    Physicians Will Speak
    "Are Americans Over -Medicat-
    ed" will be discussed by the Peo-
    ple Speak Town Hall Forum on Fri-
    day, 8 p.m.. in Washington Feder-
    1234 Washington Ave. Discuss-
    ants will be l>r Lester Slepner,
    psychiatrist, and Dr. Max Sporn.
    internist Chaim Rose ia chairman.
    Question period follows.
    Rabbi Returns
    From Israel
    Rabbi Abraham Weinschneider,
    senior rabbi of the Jacob C. Cohen
    (immunity Synagogue, returned
    from Israel this week It WSJ the
    i- first visit to the Holy Land.
    Hat!. Weinschneider attended
    reunion in Jerusalem of the found-
    (rs of the Npvordok Yoshivot
    movement in Ukraine, Russia, du-
    ring the First World War
    Rabbi Weinschneider visited ma-
    jor Torata institutions in Israel and
    conferred with the highest relig-
    ious .in* hi : ities there
    The .ia ob C Cohen Community
    Synagogue is planning a welcome
    breakfas for Rabbi Weinschneider
    on Sundaj Aug IS at !i a m Chair-
    man of the affair will be Henry
    Hi ss
    Forte Towers BB
    Lodge Meeting
    Prospective members of the new
    B'nai B'rith Lodge at the Forte
    Power- are invited to a lox and ba-
    gel breakfa-t at 10 a.m.. Sunday,
    in tho card room of the ForU
    Towers
    Joseph 1- Goodman, president of
    the Miami Beach Lodge, will chair
    the mooting Goodman, vice presi-
    dent of the Franklin Federal Sa-
    vings and Loan Association, is a
    re.-ulont of the Forte Towers.
    Participants will include Gerald-
    Schwartz past president of the Mi-
    ami Beach Lodge; Sam Pascoe,
    vice president of the Miami Reach
    Lodge; Jack Click, district menv
    hip director of B'nai B'rith,
    anil S.::n Nieberg, district presi-
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    Friday.' Augosl
    '!
    '
    Workmen's Circle Branches to Hear
    National President Jacob Zukerman
    CONSIDER the plighl oi the,,
    n< comer to our tow n w ho i
    : ,i tea early in th>
    month ol September. The first
    thing should be o ncerned
    . t is W hat an I -
    S ie k ka outsi i and it
    . warm, stick) day
    i sitani about calling one
    i>: her friends because she is
    t u p p o i e d to know something
    it clothes Considering the
    readier, the relative informality
    of the occasion and the general
    i -i'u re of our citj. the
    n a i lassie linen sheath
    in a soft pastel color.
    Imagine, if you can, how she
    must feel when, arriving at the
    tea, she finds hersell the onlj one
    ghl linen dress; while every '
    one '' i- either wo
    lai k colors
    Landau is a Mi
    ei ral ) ears' standing
    with a background in fashion, 4
    Mrs Landau is from New York.
    where late in August the suburb-
    an 1 n tx iring transi-J
    lions anil black. She has aNo|
    lived in Puerto Rico for three*
    where the Landaus operat-
    ed a dress factory, and visited
    this area many tunes before mov-
    ing here.
    |N Mrs Landau's view, when the
    mre is reaching for!
    1 atmosphere may be
    p red to the Greater Miami
    nen changed 1
    n 0 t fabrics as the seas on a
    changed At-home entertaining is
    also similar there to here, and
    the women dressed \ cry mud.
    the s.
    When the Landaus first arrived
    in our town, she had some .
    lonis 111 deciding what to wear for
    specific occasions. "On Miami
    Beach, in the hotel are... Satur-
    day anu Monday are t'le same as
    far as dress is concerned," she
    explained. "Anything seems t,i 1
    at almost any time from the
    gaudiest to the most fashionably
    dn ssed." But. she concluded,
    when you cross the causeway to
    the Miami side, women follow the
    nuch the same a- !.. >
    on in New York."
    |u|RS landau finds knits (he an-
    * -wer to most of her
    The stj les are classic, and
    she enjoys wearing them. Even in
    \ 1 York, she ;i\oided Ion,
    sleeved, high-necked, h e a v >
    wools Despite the severe winters
    steam heat made them almost un
    bearable
    In the long run, then, it ap-
    pears that "dressing the season,
    not the weather." tends to posh
    our fa.ihion seasons beyond the
    point of comfort and sometimes,
    even style It is true fabrics and
    - fashion seems to be over-"! costume ensembles give us more
    stressed by wearing a wool en-
    semble, even it the calendar does
    September. Mrs. Landau per
    v prefers the jacket dress,
    1 Dsembles take you al-
    most anywhere With air-condi-
    he cover-up jacket 1- a
    \- 1 ;. b 1 she '
    en or >ilk. and whit.
    color 1 .ill yi ar
    Puerto Rico, which
    the point ni view ol climate
    of a '"fashion feeling" than is
    possible to achieve in cixil cot-
    tons or basic linens. It is also
    true 'hat Miami women are quite
    fa-hi n coiiscimis. that the) are
    very much aware of seasonal
    changes that they do have 9
    problem reconciling our tropical
    climate and its high]- individual
    nei to the fashion picture por-
    1 bj other fashion centers
    ild.
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    L
    SOLOMON SCKECHTER DAY SCHOOL
    OF
    TEMPLE EMANU-EL
    OPENING DAY AUGUST 30th
    UE (iiSTlM \OW!
    FUll NURSERY PROGRAM IN MAIN AND NOPTH BRANCH BUILDINGS
    HALF DAY KINDERGARTEN PROGRAM
    ELEMENTARY DEPARTMENT GRADES 1-5
    vat.ve S>naBOBl.e D.i, School Combining General Studies
    with Hebraic and Religious Instruction .
    :l.ng the highest standards required by the Oade
    County Board of Public Instruction and the State of Florida.
    TUITION INCLUDES ALL BOOKS AND SUPPLIES,
    HOT LUNCHES AND TRANSPORTATION
    For Further Information Call:
    UN 5-0216, JE 8-2503, JE 1-9745
    .1 ., 0 b T Zukermai 1
    lent of the Workrrn 1
    will be guest ol the local bra -
    S 1.1.day. 8 p.m., in
    l e lei Lean Ass
    ation Auditorium, 1231 Washing
    ton A\1
    Zukerman will speak on
    1 Jewish Future The Wor
    men's Circle < '
    Pereti Worknv > Sahools
    which teach children the Yiddis 1
    language, history-, literatun
    folk songs Educational
    are par! of the familj pr gram foi
    members and non-men
    Zukerman is currently com
    pleting Ms third two-year term
    as presWenf of Workmen's Cir-
    cle, now celebrating its 64th year
    with an intensive membership
    campaign.
    The local banches have added a
    medical sur-:. al '
    local benefit, with quarterlj en-
    rollment periods.
    Professionally, Zukerman has
    been executive director and chief
    counsel tor the Familj' Location
    Service in New York since 1948 Hi
    is co-chairman oi National Con-
    JNF Tisha B'Av
    Program Sunday
    The day commemorating the d<
    struct ion ol the two temples m an.
    cienl I-rael will 1h> remembered
    by the Jewish National Fund oi
    Greater Miami with a Tisha B'Av
    program on the Jacob Schachter's
    Jewish Variety Hour over station
    WMIE tin.- Sunday. 2 to 3:15 p.m.
    Appearing on the program will
    he Rabbi David Lorn-field, spir-
    itual leader of Kneseth Israel Con-
    ation, who recently returned
    trom a trip to Israel, where he saw
    the work of the Jewish National
    Fund.
    Also on the program will be San-
    der Kaplan, former chief editor >f
    the Jewish language daily. "Ha-
    vana Leben."
    Lai y< rs
    rs. vice < Lhi J< <
    -!, ', l "'' I '":
    National ( on.
    e ol Jewish I mmun
    \ ice
    The meeting with local branch
    members will climax a vacation
    for Mr. and Mrs. Zukerman and
    thtir son, Karl, and his family.
    Father and son will b attending
    the convention of the American
    Ba Association.
    The loc a 1 1 '"' ''"
    rthur Geller,
    Vlax K

    \i irras
    Gold, Miami Beii |
    Benjamin Pear \ -
    11 11 1064; M
    Be 111 Branch .
    (Katie) Tlahlef
    1 rant h 888; M 1 -
    ten's club i.-.
    ien, Greater i
    ip of I. L !
    1 in le Schools
    1 0 al Wo; km.
    .it <*lii Lincoln R

    Kennel Club
    Finals Saturday
    Finals of the Flagler Kennel
    Clubs $5,000 American Hurdle
    Champion-hip and the second
    round of the Me I-
    ley Make arrive simultaro
    ith tiu d< hurdle
    king, li; Spence, fa
    serious ch 1 in er in
    the sti
    n has
    scon -li thi i- irn ni sea
    son ai yet wind up
    of it; vic-
    tories m a -hi. Bui hi
    also has times
    and that hasn'i happened to bim
    since he broke .11 .i- .
    \ car- .
    Spence's opposition in the
    stakes finals Saturday night will
    Include three of his four conquer-
    ors in Gene Randle's young Tee-
    pee Tapper, Happy Stuti' Hum-
    mock and Bill Ewalt's Candy
    Gone. A couple of other threats
    appear to be Balconette and
    Bob's Dip.
    Surprise li ader m the -
    K<
    1 Ha) 'in DuPn
    - 1
    b point -t
    Stuti '
    Public K ..lii
    - SI
    New /Renown Club
    Rabbi Ma; er Abramov
    e Menorrh, announces the
    ation of j Young Jo
    ate Club. Tbr succi -- ..f the
    Junior club has inspired the
    i the nev g r 0 u
    lowiti said All Yo
    Clubs will start their rm etui on
    sept 15, Young Judaea is spon
    sored by the Zionist Organization
    of America and Radaasah.
    Pianist of Men Roc
    Pianist Lealli
    fhtl) in '
    at the Eden Ri
    1 featun rthin
    . to '
    1 low popular
    to A
    ,v-" St
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    di veil ped his


    : Congratulations
    in order?
    Then go no further! Our erprt cat-'ing
    staf will arrange your party right down
    a to the last silver ashtray. En,-aperients.
    weddings, Bar Mitrvahs, Birthdays
    rjeserve cur very special handling.
    Parties trom 25 to S00
    Call Morris Waldman JE 8-5731 for
    a> an appointment.
    0 He'll be happy to discuss your plans.
    No oM'gatton, of course. .
    : Waldman
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    MEET PERFECTIONISTS
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    d:ora'.ed Cot. lion Room. They'll a-i-ge *
    t^^ateverspK* 1 Call
    Mr. Tiicrwer it JEfforaoa ? Of 11 for the
    best funct.cn )cu'm e.f hadl
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    1965
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    aid Fine (foreground bv two
    ; Meya Da\
    ing Miss Uiuveisc C ion 1
    uville H
    .ced Fare Sic fed en Greek Line
    11<
    I Hoi) Days this
    23 i cent

    on i i i
    Vnna M
    will be off"-1' !
    v round-trip ex
    . an ;'! be applica-
    ndh idwds according u.
    enenl sale* mnn-
    ihe C eck I.me Groups
    ; i -ci'- or more will be of-
    -.,!. a percent discount
    remain in Israel km
    L Odaj itii itatfon t >r in-
    i i i Tin' discount
    tourist c 1 a '
    irip.
    iT-. Jewish New Year, Rosh
    i .. fallt on Sept. 27, end
    if. of Atonement, Yom Kip-
    lows on Oct. 4. Coordin-
    v. th tne h;lidays ere the
    i Anna Maria's sailing, from
    irk 9" :?ot. 3, arriving in
    5;' aer 17, and her
    following return trip, departing
    Haifa on Oct. 15 and arriving in
    New York on Nov. 1.
    tana Ma-
    ria is
    set \ it t.i tweei N'ev York and Is-
    i. el Lake the Luck Line i ilj. m
    pia, Uu !' fl; -hip i- 111U3 air-
    conditioned .ind stabilized, and 1 .
    fen gourmet food iron-. a super
    \ i-.m1 Kosher kitchen, in addition
    ti. it-. Cordon Bleu cuisine, Hie
    liners, whddi provide sartmgs from
    N< ytork : 1 i-: sol everj other
    \u-ck. both have synagogue*
    A special bonus for passengers
    1- .1 highly popular Hebrew lan:-
    ii.i.i' course initiated thi- year and
    designed to provide .1 basie 50C*
    word vocab darj on the 13 (!a> voj
    1 to ii.im 1 This ir sufficient tot
    i idhnentarj itkm, accord.
    to inst ru t its from the He
    brew ur.riri Union On the return
    ti ip, passengers 1 iOO more
    ords, enoof h to < mi<-ise 00 al
    an) topic
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    RABBI TIBOR H. STERN
    M1$$ SHrRlEY, Catering Manager, FR 9-3792
    Wiener to Seek
    Wainwright Seat
    In Miami Election
    LeRo) Wiener 13, real estate
    broker, has qualified si 1 candi-
    date for the Miami city Commas-
    lion, Wiener seeks the seal being
    vacated by Mrs Alice Wainwright,
    who is nol running for reel* tion
    Wiener said ha was motivated
    "primarily by ths sky-rocketing
    taxes throughout Dads County."
    "I'm in the real estate busi-
    ness, and our steadily mounting
    tax burden is approaching the
    back-breaking point. It's hurting
    our economy already. It has hit
    property values severely, and
    when this finally has its effect
    on tax rolls, the vicious circle
    will be complete still higher
    milli^e levies to make up the
    shrinkage."
    Wici .- on
    Homi
    rlimina!


    \\ ii pr said
    i ..I penal
    " nsfer ol the 1 url
    ind ii ins-
    fcr til :
    \ ors
    ",i < >untj -w ide library s> stem
    ;iihI county-wide water and sewer
    systi m
    Wiener was born in New York
    City, where he graduated from
    City College in chemical engin-
    eering. He was Eastern collegi-
    ate swimming champion for two
    years, and swimming team cap-
    tain for two years. During the
    war, he was assigned for three
    years to the Manhattan Project,
    development of the atom bomb.
    He came t<> Miami '.1 years ago
    t I liked it here He en-
    tered the real esta 1 uainess, op-
    erated his own office for several
    vears and three > 'ars ago formed
    ,i partnership with Jememe S.
    -
    A fi er ice
    Sertoma 1 I il> ol Miami, b<
    an sctivi r ol Kiwanis, the
    I ol Realt rs, Flori la
    \ ciati m ol Realtors and the N 1
    tional Association ol Real
    Boat
    He ;il-" was prominent in Miami
    Jayct acth ities, and presi ntly is
    a member of the Jaycees alumnus
    iso< iation the 1 iraj beards He
    baa two children and lives at 1080
    Bricked Ave,
    Have that
    Business Meeting,
    Banquet, or
    Special Occasion

    You'll find complete
    facilities to exactly satisfy
    your needs in the Kismet,
    Aladdin, Scheherazade and
    Ruboiyat Raoms, be it for 0
    wedding or a private party I
    l the
    for Informations
    HAZEL ALLISON
    Cal*'in Dlrtclor,
    JE 1-6061
    Steth St. S Collins Aval.
    s^ocictiite vy el \-Ji
    Miami Realtor
    Gets Coveted
    Broker's Title
    George A. Simon, past president
    of th*' Miami Board of Realtors and
    present regional vice president of
    the National Institute "f Farm and
    Land Brokers, hus been awarded
    the professional designation of
    "Accredited Farm and Land Brok-
    er "
    Simon Joins 1 select group >! L26
    others thn ughout the I' nil ed
    stales uh > are permitted to use
    this title, Tin' designation is awar1-
    ed t" realtors setlve princtpallj in
    rarms an land, and who have
    1 a s s e d extensis. e examinatioi
    n through the headquarters
    1
    Most have had ten \ ears
    perience in this particular field
    GIVE THE
    PRfCKESS GfFT .
    A LITTLE
    OF
    YOURSELF
    BE A UNITED
    FUND VOLUNTEER
    CALL
    377-8311
    Continued from Page IB
    He 1 liOS m- sister, Stephanie IS
    month- .
    And Steven David dropped in
    after a stork flight to Maurice
    and Sandra Iriedland at Meri>
    Hospital on July 31 Grand-
    parents are Mr and Mi- Leonard
    (Rita 1 Friedland, "i rural Ga-
    bles an 1 Mrs, Annette Shapiro,
    Miami Beach,

    rove
    SurfBide < ouncilwoman Rh< 1
    Cashman Gladwin has returned
    from Detroit, where she attend-
    ed the 42nd annual Co n
    Cities of the N'atiosukl League <>f
    Cities While there, -he found
    time to visit wrefa many friends
    of previous years, since Detroit
    was once her home town .
    11 etoBtet assuring her di
    fill time were the ZOBU Chin ., I
    Ta-t Matron- of Purity Chapter,
    Order of the Eastern star.
    \
    Cfrcb
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    ocean at country club
    mfami beach setting
    OR
    Xi.
    Spaciousness is the
    keynote of your affair
    amidst the plushness of
    the Doral Country Cub,
    Weddings, confirmations,
    banquets are enhanced
    by the country club atmos-
    phere of this resort-estate.
    For eomplfte details, please call
    Mr. David Kovae, Director of Food and Beverag*
    Doral Beach Hotel and Country Club
    JE 2-3600
    A new standard of
    elegance on Miami
    Beach. Superbly
    planned and executed
    weddings, luncheons,
    business meetings
    ,.. ranging from
    10 to 1000.
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    for weddings, club luncheons, banquets, bar
    mitzvahs. card parties, confirmations, receptions,
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    1500...superb cuisine...fine wines, experienced,
    personalized attention. Call Joseph Meyers,
    Catering Manager, 379 8861.
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    Now a FIRST in Miami Beach
    TBONE STEAKS
    LADIES CUT ROAST BEEF
    SUMMER SPECIALS m
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    Wa'v* added om old favorites lo "
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    Slwfled Cabbage, Chickan Papiikash
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    ABRAHAM MDMJUM
    Redelheim Dies
    At Age of 68
    NEW YORK (JTA) Abra-
    ham Redelheim. a veteran Zionist
    leader, died here this week at the
    age of 68.
    Born in Jerusalem. Mr. Redel-
    heim came to the United States
    where he became active in the
    cause of Zionism. He served as
    president of the Zionist Organiza-
    tion of America from 1958 to 1960.
    and he was a former grandmaster
    of the B'nai Zion.
    He was also past president of the
    Histadruth lvrith of America and
    served on the boards of the Jewish
    National Fund and the Keren
    Hayesod.
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    clid Ave. Services In U)n Island.
    N v Gordon Funeral Home
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    Cordon Funeral Home.
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    MILLER. Mrs Ann. 58. ol 15811 N*.
    l">th Ave Service* In N<- YorK
    City. Riverside North Miami Beach
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    1155 lOSnd St.. Baj Harbor Island*.
    Kervire* Wednesday. Blversldi Cha-
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    rubin. Mrs. Pearl fi IS, of low
    Marseille* I Services Wednesdnj
    Riverside Chapel, Alton Bd.
    TROPP. Victor, IS, of SMI Plnetree
    Dr. Services In Sew Fork Riverside
    Chapel, Alton Rd.
    brownstein. Harry*, It, Of 5111
    Cherokee Ave>, Services In Hunting-
    Ion, W. Va Riverside Chapel, Alton
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    COTLER. Mrs. Rhea II 87, ol 8S0 No
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    LUBLANSKV, Sol. 71, of ISZi Penn-
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    Chai>el, Douglas Rd
    LEGAL NOTICE
    COUNTY. 'NCHANCERV.
    No 65C 8300
    CAROL i-KRSHOS
    iBRICK I'.KRSHON
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    Dr. Kleinman,
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    Dead at Age 72
    Dr Bernard S Kleinman, of 3
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    July 27, at the age of 72.
    Dr. Kleinman moved his medical
    practice to Miami Beach in 1942
    from Chicago where he had prac-
    ticed for 20 years He as a 1925
    the Unit ersitj of III.
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    1932
    Dr Kleinman was a past presi-
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    Page 8-B +JewM> nrrlrfltr Friday.' Augosl '! Workmen's Circle Branches to Hear National President Jacob Zukerman C ONSIDER the plighl oi the,, n< comer to our tow n w ho i : ,i tea early in th> month ol September. The first thing %  should be o ncerned t is W hat an I S ie k ka outsi i and it warm, stick) day i sitani about calling one i>: her friends because she is t u p p o i e d to know something it clothes Considering the readier, the relative informality of the occasion and the general • • i -I'U re of our citj. the n a i lassie linen sheath in a soft pastel color. Imagine, if you can, how she must feel when, arriving at the tea, she finds hersell the onlj one ghl linen dress; while every one %  '•' i%  %  either w o lai k colors Landau is a Mi ei %  ral ) ears' standing with a background in fashion, 4 Mrs Landau is from New York. where late in August the suburban 1 n tx iring transi-J lions anil black. She has aNo| lived in Puerto Rico for three* where the Landaus operated a dress factory, and visited this area many tunes before moving here. |N Mrs Landau's view, when the mre is reaching for! 1 atmosphere may be p red to the Greater Miami nen changed 1 n 0 t fabrics as the seas on a changed At-home entertaining is also similar there to here, and the women dressed \ cry mud. the s. When the Landaus first arrived in our town, she had some lonis 111 deciding what to wear for specific occasions. "On Miami Beach, in the hotel are... Saturday anu Monday are t'le same as far as dress is concerned," she explained. "Anything seems t,i 1 at almost any time — from the gaudiest to the most fashionably dn ssed." But. she concluded, ••when you cross the causeway to the Miami side, women follow the nuch the same a•!.. > on in New York." |u|RS landau finds knits (he an* !" -wer to most of her The stj les are classic, and she enjoys wearing them. Even in \ 1 York, she ;i\ o ided Ion, sleeved, high-necked, h e a v > wools Despite the severe winters steam heat made them almost un bearable In the long run, then, it appears that "dressing the season, not the weather." tends to posh our fa.ihion seasons beyond the point of comfort and sometimes, even style It is true fabrics and fashion seems to be over-"! costume ensembles give us more stressed by wearing a wool ensemble, even it the calendar does September. Mrs. Landau per v prefers the jacket dress, 1 Dsembles take you almost anywhere With air-condihe cover-up jacket 1a \%  1 ;. b• 1 she en or >ilk. and whit. color 1 .ill yi ar Puerto Rico, which the point ni view ol climate of a '"fashion feeling" than is possible to achieve in cixil cottons or basic linens. It is also true 'hat Miami women are quite fa-hi n coiiscimis. that the) are very much aware of seasonal changes that they do have 9 problem reconciling our tropical climate and its high]individual nei to the fashion picture por1 bj other fashion centers %  ild. TEMPI! EMANU-EL L SOLOMON SCKECHTER DAY SCHOOL OF TEMPLE EMANU-EL OPENING DAY AUGUST 30th UE (iiSTlM \OW! FUll NURSERY PROGRAM IN MAIN AND NOPTH BRANCH BUILDINGS HALF DAY KINDERGARTEN PROGRAM ELEMENTARY DEPARTMENT GRADES 1-5 vat.ve S>na BOBl e D.i, School Combining General Studies with Hebraic and Religious Instruction :l.ng the highest standards required by the Oade County Board of Public Instruction and the State of Florida. TUITION INCLUDES ALL BOOKS AND SUPPLIES, HOT LUNCHES AND TRANSPORTATION For Further Information Call: UN 5-0216, JE 8-2503, JE 1-9745 .1 ., 0 b T Zukermai 1 lent of the Workrrn 1 will be guest ol the local bra S 1.1.day. 8 p.m., in l e lei Lean Ass ation Auditorium, 1231 Washing ton A\1 Zukerman will speak on 1 Jewish Future The Wor men's Circle < Pereti Worknv > Sahools which teach children the Yiddis 1 language, history literatun folk songs Educational are par! of the familj pr gram foi members and non-men Zukerman is currently com pleting Ms third two-year term as presWenf of Workmen's Circle, now celebrating its 64th year with an intensive membership campaign. The local banches have added a medical sur-:. al •' local benefit, with quarterlj enrollment periods. Professionally, Zukerman has been executive director and chief counsel tor the Familj' Location Service in New York since 1948 Hi is co-chairman oi National ConJNF Tisha B'Av Program Sunday The day commemorating the d< struct ion ol the two temples m an. cienl I-rael will 1H> remembered by the Jewish National Fund oi Greater Miami with a Tisha B'Av program on the Jacob Schachter's Jewish Variety Hour over station WMIE tin.Sunday. 2 to 3:15 p.m. Appearing on the program will he Rabbi David Lorn-field, spiritual leader of Kneseth Israel Conation, who recently returned trom a trip to Israel, where he saw the work of the Jewish National Fund. Also on the program will be Sander Kaplan, former chief editor >f the Jewish language daily. "Havana Leben." Lai y< rs rs. vice < %  Lhi J< < -!, ', l "'•' I '" : • National ( on. e ol Jewish I mmun \ ice The meeting with local branch members will climax a vacation for Mr. and Mrs. Zukerman and thtir son, Karl, and his family. Father and son will b attending the convention of the American Ba Association. The loc a 1 1 '"' ''" %  rthur Geller, • Vlax K %  \i irras Gold, Miami Beii | Benjamin Pear \ •11 11 1064; M Be 111 Branch (Katie) Tlahlef 1 rant h 888; M 1 ten's club i.-. ien, Greater i ip of I. L 1 in le Schools 1 0 al Wo; km. .it <*lii Lincoln R Kennel Club Finals Saturday Finals of the Flagler Kennel Clubs $5,000 American Hurdle Champion-hip and the second round of the Me Iley Make arrive simultaro %  ith tiu d< hurdle king, li; Spence, fa serious ch • 1 in er in the sti n has scon -li thi iirn ni sea son ai yet wind up of it; victories m a -HI. Bui hi also has %  times and that hasn'i happened to bim since he broke .11 .i. \ car. Spence's opposition in the stakes finals Saturday night will Include three of his four conquerors in Gene Randle's young Teepee Tapper, Happy Stuti' Hummock and Bill Ewalt's Candy Gone. A couple of other threats appear to be Balconette and Bob's Dip. Surprise li ader m the K< 1 Ha) 'in DuPn -• 1 B point -t %  %  Stuti Public K ..lii SI New /Renown Club Rabbi Ma; er Abramov e Menorrh, announces the ation of J Young Jo ate Club. Tbr succi -..f the Junior club has inspired the i the nev g r 0 u lowiti said All Yo Clubs will start their rm etui on sept 15, Young Judaea is spon sored by the Zionist Organization of America and Radaasah. Pianist of Men Roc Pianist Lealli fhtl) in at the Eden Ri 1 featun • rthin to 1 low popular to A ,v -" St ,itor\ of M' di veil ped his • • • • •••••••••••••••• : Congratulations • in order? • Then go no further! Our erprt cat-'ing • staf will arrange your party right down a to the last silver ashtray. En,-aperients. weddings, Bar Mitrvahs, Birthdays — • rjeserve cur very special handling. • Parties trom 25 to S00 • Call Morris Waldman JE 8-5731 for a> an appointment. 0 He'll be happy to discuss your plans. No oM'gatton, of course. : Waldman • DIETARY LAWS STRICTLY OBSERVED (D) HOTEl ON TMSi OMAN AT 43r3 5TRCST, MIAMI N <*i MO'U. • HUH • %  •cn, CN TMS OCSAK AT AAth HTRCKT %  • 1 ONE 1 ontaineDleau MEET PERFECTIONISTS IN THE CATERING FIELD Trey are ftadiUdo'sc. ossc' i~,: •/• • • f i...aBarMitr*ih*...i % %  ngoraso-Mrvtli .: to 10C0 d:ne-i. *T* d:ora'.ed Cot. lion Room. They'll a-i-ge t^^ateverspK* 1 Call Mr. Tiicrwer it JEfforaoa ? Of 11 for the best funct.cn )CU'M e.f hadl 1 aiTi A • 'tin n. f %  • 1 •• cuttutrtm:, comtti :VINI 'do LiMroix RPIC MAI \PU/\H r'ij 'na nKstnai



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    iuguat 3 1965 +Jelstn Page 11-A rab Refugees High on UN Agenda NATIONS — (JTA) —, i fugee proUent, the fu&f %  United Nations Emere which stands guard Egyptian military acts el, and the elimination n pom intolerance — in el i g i o u s oppression el .ICUN— loomed Urge ick as the provisional o the next regular session • • • ral Assembl) was made session, the 20th in ions history, ii sohedene Sepl 21 i of the IN Efimergancy ibitb is stationed in the i "ii the Kr.iel l>order and el Shaikh, overtook! na Akafaa — is due to be .dung with other issues. pecial Committee of 33 eeting this month ii r i n final repoi t, then .it • \--IMIIIIIV sos sio n > %  .>t. i. final!). at the regn scheduled to open a b refugee problem ted aside at the last because no votes were any issues. When the :omes before the next session, therefore it percent of the I'MIWA budget, has insisted that j new look be taken at the Arab refugee problem. The Arab states. QUOTA SYSTEM UNDER FIRE Capitol Hill Examines Immigration Reform n WASHINGTON (JTA) The house Immigration Subcommittee Ibis weak voted out a new immi gration r e fo rm lull to end the Na tional Origins Quota System and to allow about 50.000 %  • I litional immigrants l i enter annual!} The bill, acted upon after a three >• rlelaj. emb die l .* number ol lib eralizing features *ou il bj Pi esiden.Ki lined} and Johnson. The old quota system woi U rmmated b> Jul} i. 1968 \ new system of preference would be ePublished with the top 20 pel ng to chil en of i s citizens would be liberalizi I Pa An annual ceiling of 170000 immigrants would be created for countries which had quotas allotted une'er the eld system and they would be treated equally instead of under the old discriminatory system in which more immigrants were permitted from some nations than others. Policy toward foreigners who are close relatives of American citizens would be leberalized. Parents, sp useand children of IS citizens would be admitted wi '1 out regard to the ceiling of I70.000. Ten percent of admissions wool.I be available to scientists, musicians, artists, and others whose presence would be In the cultural interest of tile I'm.eri States The Subcommittee voted for the measure by 8 to 0. erne member abstain) I The bill now new tt> the full Judiciary Committee. Bipartisan support appears assured and favorable action by Congress is anticipate I. on the other hand, since the Issue was last discussed here fully in 1963. also formulated new de %  sands, foremost among which Is their open threat to organise the Arab refugees into an army to "liberate Palestine." Various human rights Issues have been given seven distinct places on (he 97-item agenda. Perhaps the most touchy of these i%  recommendation by the United Nations Economic and Social Council thai the IN adopt a declaration and an international convention -, on the elimination ol all forms ot religious intolerance." Through many parliamentary procedures, the USSR has been fighting the adoption of such a declaration and convention many, employing various delaying tactics from year to year. The issue is certain to flare here dynamically at the forthcoming regular assembly, because the Soviet Union fears that elimination of religious oppressions would face the Moscow government with a choice of either defying a UN move openly or removing the oppressions suffered by Russian Jews in the fields of religion and culture. Other human rights issues on the agenda would call f' r ourbing "manifestations ol ra ial preju and national and religious mtoler• ce;" adoption ol specific steps "to accelerate the promotion ol re spec! for human rights and fundamental freedoms;" and the adoption of two international covenants on human rights, items pending here tor 11 years. All of these items are unwelcome to various member states, but the most powerful of tle opponents is the Soviet Union. Coastal wers APARTMENTS 159tr, ST & COLLINS AVi 9-15-6326 .'•' BEST RENTAL VALUE ON MIAMI BEACH %  5 s'vws of WATERKWHIT ..iu 1 & 2 BEDROOM APARTMENTS f, 0 „. $160 pr month. FREE CARPETING FRtc PAKKING Vlodeli cpen 9 AM to 6 P.M FORTE TOWERS NORTH NOW UNDER CONSTRUCTION RENTALS: EFFICIENCIES, DELUXE EFFICIENCIES BEDROOM APART. MENTS, DEIUXE BEDROOM APARTMENTS WITH 1'i BATHS, 2 BEDROOM APARTMENTS WITH 2 BATHROOMS PRIVATE TERRACES CENTRAL AIR CONOITIONINO PRIVATI PARKING ELEVATOR SERVICE DOORMAN SERVICI DELUXE KITCHENS INTERIOR CORRIDORS SERVICE CORE BATHROOMS WALK-IN CLOSETS 3 SWIMMING POOLS HEATED 1700 FOOT BOARDWALK COFEEE SHOP RESTAURANT YACHT BASIN FURNISHED APARTMENTS 24-HOUR SECURITY 0UAR9 FORTE' TOWERS NORTH MODELS NOW OPEN AT 12th ST. end WEST AVENUE, MIAMI BEACH PHONE: 532-7815 OPEN 9-5 and BY APPOINTMENT MICHAEL FORTE/ BUILDER-OWNER



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    Friday. August 6. 1965 +JeMnrrkHnn Page 7-B W.'TIUT Kahr MRS Gfff/UD SCHICKMAN Carole Bender, Gerald Schickman Exchange Vows -. %  .. ton Homier bCCMU Gerald Schickman in 8 45 tea "ii Saturday, July :ti pic Nor Tamid, with Rabbi \ Skop officiating. The bnde is the daughter "f Mr Bob Bender, 8210 S\v 25th Miami The groom'a parent, Mr and Mrs Mover Schick • Reseda, Calif. Maid ol honor w.i^ Misa Adnc Shapiro. Henr> Schickman esl man, and Jeff Bender %  s usher For her wedding, the bride chose k on l.-a and chantilly l;m ii un Her txHiquct was of white rehids and white roses Newlywed .Mrs SchicknMO went ihwi -t Miami High School \, > a graduate of San lo Vallej state CMlege In Ihfornia He i~ an electronic enn Reci pi on followed the ceremonj *V Temple Ncr Tamid Following a ^11 spent mi Miami Beach, il! live at 8900 SW twth Miami. Honors Students Plan Marriage Mr. and Mrs Martin Stelboum. ot 8611 SW ISth Tor announce the engagement of their daughter, Gail Hedy, to Roger D.iuor. -on of Dr. and Mrs Maxwell Dauer, ot 6660 Montgomery Dr The bride-elect, a graduate of Southwesl High, attends the Univei -My of Miami, whore slio is majoring in psychology and the fine art>. She was a member of Phi liota Pi Sorority and is in the honors program. Mr Dauer ia a graduate senior at the Universlt) of MI.HIU in the school of business. He waa .is.ist ,mt editor >r Lester Slepner, psychiatrist, and Dr. Max Sporn. internist Chaim Rose ia chairman. Question period follows. Rabbi Returns From Israel Rabbi Abraham Weinschneider, senior rabbi of the Jacob C. Cohen (immunity Synagogue, returned from Israel this week It WSJ the •ifirst visit to the Holy Land. Hat!. Weinschneider attended • reunion in Jerusalem of the found(rs of the Npvordok Yoshivot movement in Ukraine, Russia, during the First World War Rabbi Weinschneider visited major Torata institutions in Israel and conferred with the highest religious .in* hi : ities there The .ia ob C Cohen Community Synagogue is planning a welcome breakfas for Rabbi Weinschneider on Sundaj Aug IS at !i a m Chairman of the affair will be Henry Hi ss Forte Towers BB Lodge Meeting Prospective members of the new B'nai B'rith Lodge at the Forte Powerare invited to a lox and bagel breakfa-t at 10 a.m.. Sunday, in tho card room of the ForU Towers Joseph 1Goodman, president of the Miami Beach Lodge, will chair the mooting Goodman, vice president of the Franklin Federal Savings and Loan Association, is a re.-ulont of the Forte Towers. Participants will include GeraldSchwartz past president of the Miami Beach Lodge; Sam Pascoe, vice president of the Miami Reach Lodge; Jack Click, district menv hip director of B'nai B'rith, anil S.::n Nieberg, district president FRfNC Skulnick Stars On Grove Boards !!. no %  ned Yiddish stage star. Mena-ha Skulnik, for years one of ... m | succi --ful stars %  tele\ ision's principal featun pp< aring in J os e p h Stein's hing" at the Coconut • • .. house Co-starring are Martin Huston 1 liard Waring Author of the "k ol the award-winning mush mi the rool Stein's fa novel In Carl Rein .i \ oung deli* cry boj nachine fad j hoe acting involves him %  i group ol Gn iana i| pi ared at die c i.i-t winter In Seidman • Some of his tai : oada j have included liie Fifth Season," "The FlowerM I. in ,-io wdlio "The • i-iii." "Come BlOW Your and "La Hello Helene." 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    Page 14-A As We Were Saying: By ROBERT E. SEGAL Who is Right On Immigration? W HO IS right about America's Immigration and Naturalization Law — Sen. Jim Eastland. of Mississippi, and Mrs. William H. Sullivan, president of the Daughters of the American Revolution. or Dwight Eisenhower. Harry Truman, Lyndon B. Johnson and the late John F. Kennedy? MM of the people reading these words will have little hesitancy in agreeing that the nefarious Mccarran Walter Law. rooted in the fiujiut Johnson Law. shouW bftfcp removed from it the vermiform growth known as the national origins quota principle. Yet clown in Washington, mail is said to be running 9 to 1 in favor of the EastlandSuliivan point of vi Why are the offended Americansilent? Why won't pi i • eafc up the waj thej did in the early when Sen McCarran and Rep, Walter i mering in the nails oi discrimination? were beard in those days D i ,.. e rei resental I ^n i r an dian tribi the then Sen. Hubert Hum%  ey thus: "As America's only non-immigrants, u ,. iki i o on record as being opposed I i major at >l the M< -arran tion v., si this bill because ol it* i hy which accepts and provides tor the • scrimination ... AAmeri:e an not immediately threatened by lawto stop Immigration and to depart men and women born abroad. Sometimes we wwh that we had established such a law in 149E." Why do we not raise our voices? Go back to the immigration debate of the 1930'S, o n lucted in the dayof the first of the Red scares, during a period of ar weariness; and listen to one congressman saying quite bluntly what many ol his colleagues were chinking but not expressing: "Were the immigrants now flooding our shores possessed of the same traits, characteristics, and blood of our forefathers. 1 would have no concern upon the problem consenting us. because in the main, they belong to the same branch of the Aryan race." The idea of basing our immigration law on a hopefully frozen ethnic pattern was so obviously nurtured in bias and racism that no intelligent modern right wing foe of the law's reform dares to defend it. One of America's most capable students of immi. tion. Dr. William S. Bernard, co-director of the American Council for Nationalities Service, has well asserted that the ethnic composition of the United States cannot be pegged to a particular pattern. Today's Thought: _By_DR. SAMUEL SILVER Imaginary Talk M |OST people don't know that in the State Department there is a Bureau of Clarification. We had occasion to visit the bureau not so long ago. We wanted some light on American foreign policy. The bureau chief was most accommodating. "We in the State Department," he said, "are determined to uphold the interests of the free world. That is the main thrust of our efforts." "Is that why we are In Vietnam?" he was asked. "Yes, indeed," he replied, wherever there is a danger to freedom we feel a re-ponsihil ••>•." But." he as asked, "do you regard South Vietnam ae? Isn • ill) an oligarchy?" 'Thai the reply. "Bui Smith Vietnam Ion So 9 c i'-ei Im tlved our allies like 1 ran spam ild you regard then, as democmay not Intrude upon the intern..! get nto the Dominican Republic?" lent Communist tl stand idly by and watch a count a" %  imj cable foe Ene oat me %  moment." case the cianfier was asked, "how i i Her %  ho has recantrj %  me time help from B a "If we didn; r we wonld lose the will of the Arabs, was 'tie bland pespoi %  he good will of I is he was "Oh, the Thej Can take care of themse They've proved it. But in the event the) are imperilled always call ui>on the United staleOur nation will ration to their plea, after weighing the alternatives sir," the clarifier was pressed further, "recently i'resident of the United States, in a message to the Zionist or_aniiation ot America, pledged support to the State of Israel." He did? Well, sir, it is not our desire to dictate to the .dent. He goes his way and we in the State Department go ours." +Je*Hhnarldlton OH the Record: Friday. "mcTus' 1 loe; By NATHAN ZIPRIW An Evaluation of Jewish Poetry O NE OF THE vanishing arts in j this space oriented world has been the literary essay, an art form that in more benign centuries had been the delight of all with concern for the written word. Today the literary essay has largely given way to book reviews which, while serving an informative purpose, are wholly lacking in I oepth. in qualities of perception and in probing or essence artistically rather than journalistically. Yet this is not the whole truth. Happily, there are exceptions, if one only looks for them. One such exception is the recently published collection of Yi.tdJaMKerar) essays by A. Tabachnik under the title •Dichter Un Dichtung" ("Poets and Poetry I. Those who are not estranged from the Yiddish idiom would do well to get the book and read It, and those who are unfortunate enough not to have B familiarity with the Yiddish tongue would do well to learn it" if only to savor the artistic statui e oi the I %  • The 510-1 ume N n "' '" ,! '" med entional crit dia. It is insti %  i nd poi try'. Ti .. in tic exercise ev n they are in | rose In each oi the essa; s is a • lion p* Tabachnik currently is considered the foremost Yiddish literary critic, but, above all. poetry grand love. It la not for aught that he rein, ,„ an essay on "tradition and revolt" in Yiddis literature that the theme was merely "an excuse i be able to talk again and again about Yiddish p y This is a highly subjective book. One feels hat the author at times is carried away by the peed under his scrctiny. And he makes no pretension ^ limning the story of Yiddish poetic creativ i n gtead he telluthe -toxy of a number of poet,.,, work has brought him radiance, the joy of • ticiDating in their creativity. And. in the proce-u he vhtuall> compels the reader to love his poetdition. he haan almost unbelievable cap detect mere virtUOsK) where others see c tine .,,:. artificially where others find depth an: tion wh. re others viev. truth. p rhaps the best illustration of Tabachn • to grasp and Uncover "he artistic mot iiiiiessa) on Joseph Kolmk. a deci but re.illy profound man He ren arl I iinik that he could mould an unuaua •;.. lie illustrates tl rvii vthi • %  %  n il Rolnih it en •mie %  i c|| It>llllk ild ixhaui his power i< sh sin i Itii nil living It not N mik. ( Tv. 51.M'' the lit) Ite n ... !( (Ol I I'.' • tl 1 %  I Capitol Spotlight: By MILTON FRIEDMAN % %  **ai to* \ *< % %  1 % % %  % %  A / ^*r A, xs Tn %  uiBa W-slin •W Goldberg 'Clarificat Washington | S TATE DEPARTMENT Officials are eager for Arthur J. Goldberg, newly ;ipointed head of the U.S. delegation U>| the lnited Nations, to tacitly renounce | his recent assertion that he is a Zionist. American diplomats have started explaining to Arab governments that Mr. I Goldberg's strongly pro-Israel address of! last May. and a subsequent statement in f Israel, reflected his private philosophy. ing that a Supreme lour: Justice has no direct role in Humiliation of foreign policy. Now that Mr. OoMberg \t assuming a vital diplomatic post, he would be far more cautious in advocating committments to Israel's d<•! %  ; Americans of Jewish origin ami beliol, owe I i extend to our beloved America." Mr Goldberg cited Justice BrannVrs" n "there ino Inconsistency between loyalty to Aanersea loyalty to Jewry' %  Mr. Goldberg stated that "the leaders of ever) occasion have proclaimed their earnest negotiate a just and lasting peace with their A-,r> nei bora and a willingness to cooperate with onern m th velopraent of the reaonrcea of the area tor the all itinhabitants. The direct negotiation of an v permanent POOCC treaty t,> replace the prose-" un factor) armistice is ,i goal of American foreign as it is the Israeli goal.'' Goldberg traced the democratic concepts Unking America with Israel. He recalled that P I lol -on said "peace lfirst on our .i i for %  • Midi Bast. In this connection. Mr Goldberg eniph-/ed tl "( i goal of peace in freedom for Israel and all other eOUflU • in the Middle Ka-t." The late Mr Stevenson found himself in the ritual of opposing at the United Nations a move w* n nationto advance Arab-Israel peace The Stat< afopi ment was seeking, at that time, to curry Arab avt>r W Mr Goldberg similarly find himself advocating W Btai that may clash with his per so nal convictins" It is Mr. Goldberg'a belief "that ihere is wery n for Americans — Jewish and noii.lc.wsh — t euttp that areal adventure in human freadBsn, tsra in venture which parallelthat : venture i%  -' the I nited States of America Between Yov and Me: By BORIS SMOIAR JFK Had 'Envoy' Eve on Judge %flTH THE apointmenby P idem Johnson % %  : Jt %  %  I that the late President Kennedy had, -h:tl\ b B fon I n. coiitempk.te.l ling oi Mr Goldbe "S iet i rooi. to look into ana sitaatii • : the Jews there. With him were to go also two j. -• Baton, Jacob K Pnvtta and AJjntliam RfUcoff. What President Kennedy had in mind was that she three distinguished American id meet in with the then Sot .. • Premier Nikita Kin id other highest Soviel leaders, and dis< h them the grievanceof world Jewry again** ippresaton of Jewish euttoral and in,in the SON iel Union. Presklenl Kennedy conferred on this matter with the three Jewish personalities in the White Hou-e a week befOSe he left on his fatal Texas trip. i bei n dis4 is • %  Dobrynin in Wan 1 i i ten %  id nol m vertheli tno •• • in I have hi :, ... I, %  ,,,.„; >.. of visas to xht after tnr totaken b) he U.S. P o. at .-< their M x % %  would have amount! t-Mosci -h r riii tion The sodden and tragic death r. | aariek I Ken' l* 1 f^ 1 l Open, and a I the r.-moval • v later from s,v.et pa Itical orik i • 'W' ;kon having %  .. dberg-Jtorita team going to aJeaaoa w. meh i was one oi the pi i cipal ton at a national com, intaations held tor the purposi ,< protesting • ast the Buppression of Jewish (j'ture ind r*a n in the aoviel t mon n*-ia nw-.-inUI ~mm^ asrnsaaaa mm



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    Page 10-A +JelsWcrlt1tori Friday. A Israel's Fifth Festival of Performing Arts Attracts Notables Throughout the World Friday [srael will !><• the -no of a sumi shortlj when its Fifth Festival ol the performing arts begins, foUowed by die Third InI Harp Contesl Both activities are international in scope and appeal, attracting artists from all over the world and designed to ; |t ra < vis >rs I om abroad. •i Monday with a in Jerusalem, the Festival will feature the Israel Philharmonic Orchestra, tinRinat Israel Chamber Choir, the Kol IChamber Choir and the i chamber Choir A "first" will be the world premiere of Boskovitch's suite, Ornaments for Flute and Orchestra." Also included in the opening are a performance of Bloch's "Sacred Service." Almost five weeks later, the Festival will wind up in Tel Aviv with Music from Marlboro," featuring 35 artists from the Marlboro Festival in Vermont and presented by the United States Department of State. a traveling Israel's Festival is one Performances are held in me : cities of Tel Aviv, Jerusand Haifa as well : constructed Roman hippi ,area Uoi with the ip, under the rection ol Ru I >H Serkin, other first appearani i in Israel "ill be by the New York Cit} Ballel > all-Neg o SI in s "The Amen Con i Othei international perto include Thomas Scbippers, David Bar Ulan and Sergiu Celibidache Israel will be represented bj Gary Bertini, Ratfaete Arie, Uri Tec and pan* mimist, Samj atol real Marlcasl i ro m I ie United %  %  i James plitz. Chief Jurist Appointed United Stati >ki Jr. a Ji w who is one of the i %  • rniini iunsts in the i I become i (. I'.S Disl Massnth, u v i • i %  c >.'.. :.. >. who n ;. c h e d the i • tirement age ol 70 y-23 oho. In pnsvifjus years such performers as Pablo Cassia, Ie uu Stern, Sir John Gielgud, Van Cliburn, Agnes Moorehead and Igor Strax inskj ha' e appeared in the Festival along with such groups the Mexican Folk Ballet, the Piraikon Greek Theatre, l Musiri md Ama leus ensembles the Juilli rtct. \ .. i r the Festival nds, the Harp ( ontesl ji rusalem with 44 enl • ttom •; i nit< Ci nada. Wesl Germany, Ho!!;. in!. France, Czecho..-, al Ireland, J Spain L'nited i; %  • V'ugoslavia I H %  : .. eld i'i om erl i liiMiiiMii.mi Befoi e I r,i\ ing 1 or 1 our \ scat ion M.ikc \ our Iv-'-'-i i-alions for ili>' HIGH HOLY DAYS Seniors Conducted on PreiiMw* STRICTLY KOSHEP CU'SINt ONLY GLATT MEATS Sewed in iheWAI DMAN Manner under \j' Supervision Tk Air Conditioned Waldmah OCEAN AT 43rd ST. MIAMI P.tCM PHONE IE 8-0/31 %, ^ % Middle East Post Changes Listed WASHINGTON JTAl Presidenl Lyndon B. Johnson announced thai Phillips Taibot, Assiatanl Secretary <>i Male for Near I '.••' I ern Affairs, has been appointed American Ambassador I" Bvesse. Mr Taibot had specific responsibilm for the Arab-Israel situa 1 tion. amonj: other regional problems Me will be replaced by Raymond A. Hare, a career diplomat The designation of Mr. Hare to fill the position of Assistant Secretary of State for Near Kastern Affairs was simultaneously announced by the Pre s ident. Nationally Famous tor over 50 years The fabulous Zeiger Cuisine ZEIGERS Ritz Plaza • HOTEL • POOL • CAIANA CLUI RESIDENT MASHGIACH CONSTANT | RABBINICAL SUPERVISION Prominent Cantor and Rabbi Conducting Services On Premises Entertainment During Intermediate Days FABULOUS ZEIGER CUISINE Dining Room Open To Public FREE PARKING RESERVE EARLY Call Mrs. HOFFMAN 531-6881 *•* 0lv HIGH HOLY DAYS fact, 0e '** Meal. ON THE OCEAN AT 17th ST., MIAMI BEACH, FLA. ANSWERITE TELEPHONE ANSWERING SERVICE FR 3-2666 — JE 8-0721 YOU GET MORE CAiLS WHEN YOUR PHONE IS ANSWERED RITE MODERATE RATES 24 HOUR SERVICE — Serving — JIFFMSON HIGHLAND MUMAY UNION FtamtMN PUZA NIWTON The reconstructed Roman hippodrome crt Caesarea, on the Medite one of the sites for Israel's Fit:':, forming arts this summer. T held in Jerusalem, Haifa and T< will feature internatic nd groups, including the New York City Ballet, Music from Marlboro and lion by < The Ame:; which nu the rd Internal m 15 cou pic ; on S erl Announcing. BOSTON POPS Concerts SATURDAY S 2 PAL Presented by AUTO RADIO COMPANY Bldupunfct FAA AM car raa.os and AUGUST BROS. BAKERY Borers of 23 varieties of bread & rolls UJVCG SOUTH FLORIDA'S GOOD MUSIC STATIONS AM 1080 ICC. 10,000 Watts FM -105.1 MC. -160,000 Watts um/m i uj via nKsinsj mmmmmmm



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    Lay Auqutt 8, 1*S_ + P<*lst fhrliiir Page 3-3 Cooking Corner „,., the rd is COOM. ., or I iuylm; the Chines* eaU l",', K among tinZuni InLnsth. rd ismoteyaU; wesaj | ichever language is ... ,„,( rcfen to a vege mere art the hard„ Hubbard, which r u until completely ma. ,' are afr the smaller vaLties '•' ,H,S| ea,en .! ( that the -km could easily v j t h the fingernail. „l... jmonn others. I straightneek. and cyman The word we use. | ., n abbreviation and ..f sakUtaaQUash, a > the Massachusetts .in raw. *reen. or inv ipplied t' fruits and .1111 -jrt*en or unMildred G. lit-llin I r i %  tun • Jgetabh 'emple Judea low Registering I ill: ml Gabtas an is office will ba open a) until 3o P m to r >r the Relig I n Temple affii mem lOl under the Ral hi Morris A Kipi| cU through confii \ qualified •i literature, is litur • rshi| sen --.•VMi I • Mil help :!it\ in read i %  • .! %  in depth .n.i othei As the m a n y nameindicate. some squash varieties can he found throughout the world, hut the majority of those familiar to us are true natives of the western hemisphere. Their yreat variety was a source of amazement to the early explorers and an important source ot food to the early settlers. Since squash can he found in so many different forms and the methods of cooking them vary with the type used, the recipes should indicate which one. or ones, are to tx' selected The two printed below .ire delicious methods of preparing the yellow straiuhtneck. one of the group called summer squash. Young and tender zuccini may also be prepared in the same wa>v When you purchase the squash, pick young ones no more than 6 inches long, with a tender, soft l>eel The color should be a warm bright, golden yellow, the texture firm and free from imperfections Wash the squash thoroughly It is not necessary to peel them if they .iir tender, but you can scrape the skins lightly if you wish. In both the recipe s selected for today, the sliced squash are first MUteed in a little oil. .m excellent method ol cooking them, as it requires no liquid Straightneek tquaah may I • %  steamed in a waterless cooker HI ., heavj saucepan, but onl) %  < minimum of liquid -hould ever •>•' SaporitissimiL. (ieshmakste! ...The tastiest! Vi er you describe it m I le* ish or Knglish — i >t M .is spaghetti dinner I .. Boy-Ar-Deeisjust %  %  '• the uutiest this side of l CHEF BOY-AR-DEE Spughetti Dinner Dinner Complete in this one packaee! F *. I Cook jpoghtlli le to.t. Heot oid odd Milton* Italian Mu.Sroom Souc.Top with Ion of •'PPV thttt*. laiy, quick, g..h•""'••f.tuttobusnolCott. mMf obowl 15, p., ,.,vi„ 9 ;. ded, .is otherwise 'hey tend to I ecome very watery Chilled Sweet and Sour Squash 2 His small straightneek yellow squash 1 %  cup vegetable oil salt snd pepper to taste 1 • cup slued scallions green and white parts i cup white vinegar teaspoon ground ginger '< cup firmly packed dark brown sugar Select young and tender squash no more than 6 inches long. Wash thoroughly and scrape lightly. Remove the ends and cut the squash crosswise into 1-inch pieces Place the oil in a large skillet over medium high heat. When it is hot. add the squash and cook about 10 minutes, until brown on all sides Sprinkle with salt and pepper to taste. Carefully remove the pieces of squash from the pan. and arrange them in an earthenware howl in alternate layers with the scallions. To the oil in the pan. add the vinegar, brown sugar, and ginger Bring to a boll. then simmer 2 or 3 minutes, until the sugar is completely dissolved. Pour over the squash Cover the bowl and refrigerate overnight. Chilled Sweet and Sour Squash may he served as a vegetable or a relish If the pieces are kept covered with the liquid, and refrig crated, they will keep for about a week This amount serves 6. Saucy Squash 1 %  lbs small straightneek yel low squash 2 tablespoons vegetable oil I ;t cup omon due I mediumfine I I cup well draim I sliced mushn -'i cup parve spaghetti sauce with mushrooms '. teaspoon sail teaspoon Italian seasoning b" tahl.s| i IM gi sted American style cheese l 16 teaspoon garlic powder Scrub the squash thoroughly scrape lightly, and pal dry with paper towels Remove the ends, and cut the squash into 1 2 inch slues Heat the oil in a large skillet, add the squash and onion, cover the pan. and cook over medium heal until the squash is just tender Gently stir from time to time. Hemove the cover, and gently stir in the mushrooms, spaghetti sauce. salt. Italian seasoning and garlic powder Be careful not to break the pieces of the squash Bring to a boil, then remove from the heat Gently stir in half the cheese i'our into a serving bowl and sprinkle with the remaining cheese. This amount makes 4 to 5 servings. Harlequin Parfait Delicate Dessert ol, colorful, quick to fix — this delicate dessert merges butotch and mocha fl.n ors i ,: excitini and Inviting eating. Harlequin Parfeit 1 package regular size I B i Butterscotch bidding 2 cups milk 1 cup heavy cream 2 tablespoons sugar 2 teaspoons Chase & Sanborn Instant Coffee Prepare Royal Butterscotch Pudding with milk as directed on. package I'our into bowl; place waxed paper or saran directly on pudding Chill. Combine heavy I cream, sugar, and Chase & Sanlorn Instant Coffee. Whip until stiff. Stir pudding to soften. Alternate heaping spoonsful of pudding and whipped cream into sherbet I glasses. Serves 6. I tttt.t. FREE FREE JUST MAIL A CARD OR LETTER AND YOU WILL RECEIVE IN COLOR A BEAUTIFUL MORRISON-SCHIFF YEAR '^eJ JEWISH CALENDAR FOR THE NEW YEAR PHASE MAU TO THE M Mitt tl 0\E PROVISIONS CO. No. 1 ALTON ROAD MIAMI BEACH, FLA. 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    Pcge 4-A .jfnlstrkrkJiar Frldcy, August 6. lgfj -Jewish Floridlan OFFICE and PLANT 120 NX Sixth Street ^^SSSSr" Telephone FR 3-4605 ^,S53KiSnSS Teletype Communications Miami TWX AB ncy ,,,, ,M, -..tr. •^£ m 2&. A „, 305-696-4869 g gaggg^^g ^riM ^^e__ -, __V____i SUBSCRIPTION RATES: FRED K. SHOCHET Editor and Publisher Ye r 5oo L c % %  -. v.... • LEO MINDLIN Executive Editor "out of Town upon w.guit BELMA M. THOMPSON Asst. to. Publisher Volume 38 Number 32 __ Friday. August 6. 1965 M Jewish Florldlnn does not guarantee the Kashrutn 8 Ab 5725 of tile mer.h:indle advertised In Its columns %  ~ Pivotal Distinctions In LBJ's Motives President Johnson's appointment of Abe Fortas to the United States Supreme Court was more excitinq than unexpected. Mr. Fortas is a longtime Johnson advisor, and there had been continuing talk in Washington that the President wanted to see his friend and confidant elevated to the hiahest court in the lot When Arthur Goldberq left to become U.S. Ambassador to the United N'cv.cr.?, speculation ran wild in the • MI s capital. For one thinq. there was unabashed bewilderment at Goldberg's reticent accertar.ee o: • to succeed the late Ac_n~on. Why -hou have d to Mi. John How unreli g 'n -_J7-* %  another, the a..mns last we : wai :ed forth Would the Pies' v • :: c r. other 'Jewish" appoint!] Since the days of Justice Louis Dem~::z Brandeis, tradition has pieced ^st one Jew on the bench, and tor a period, during the Brandeis-Cardozo era, two. The Goldberq appointment was such a startling event, that for a brief moment it seemed Mr. Johnson would break tradition. The alarmed reaction of the Arab nations, particularly, to Mr. Goldberg sent speculation hurtling in the direction of such renowned Negro leaders as Thurgood Marshall, who politically at least would represent as significant a nomination as any of a Jew. President Johnson's decision suggests a number of things. One is. and this should be no startling conclusion, judging by his past performance, that the President is his own man. Neither the reaction at home nor abroad entered into the picture. The other raises some unhappy thoughts. Was Mr. Johnson determined to continue the Supreme Court "tradition." or was it Mr. Fortas specifically the President had in mind? In the event of the latter, to what extent did this influence the President's decision about Mr. Goldberg? Was Mr. Goldberq, as he told the nation, indeed the best possible man for the job? Or did he seize on Mr. Goldberq in order to appoint Mr. Fortas? None of these questions raises any doubt cs to the credentials of either appointee. Both are clearly extremely well qualified. Unfortunately, we will never know now to what extent the President d between his two motives. ST -.bassador iberg. Tisha B'Av Today Tisha B'Av, the r. t Av. falli day evear.d Sunday. The observance commemorctes the destruction of the Temple and the virtual fall of the ancient Jewish nation in Palestine until our own time. Hence, Tisha B'Av has for thousands of years been one of the most profoundly sad events in the Jewish calendar. Tisha B'Av services are a time for reading the lachrymose "Book of Lamentations." It is a time for symbolic study of the Jewish dispersion. In our own generation, Tisha B'Av has happily come to mean one more Jewish occasion marked in the name of history and tradition. For the Temple destroyed and the nation vanquished are returned. Torah comes forth from Zion aaain; while the Tsmple in the form of a revised Jewish national end religious life flourishes anew. But in the larger sense, Tisha B'Av stands as a sad A Matter of Showmanship It is difficult to criticize the reaction of a number of Israelis to the new West German Ambassador-designate. Relations between the two countries have been a continuing source of anger and ugly threat. Those Israelis canying concentration camp numbers on their arms are easily enllamed by the prospect of a former Nazi officer as West Germany's new Ambassador. Fact however is that it would be difficult to find gualified, seasoned men who have not served the Third Reich in one capacity or another. We are not here calling for a "forgive and forget" attitude. We simply suqqest a more realistic approach to a very difficult situation. German recognition of the State of Israel is, in the fiist instance, an unhappy thinq. It did not come out of the qrowinq qood will between the two nations, nor even out of so suspect a German motive as the need to rigs. I e with Bonn's o 1 diplomatic r< / c! Chancelloi '.on was I lash and a p< 10 Egypt's decision to invite Eo many's Walter Ulbrecht to Cairo on visit. Hence, it must in reality be considered in the light of sheer spite. Seen in these terms Israelis ought to be far more realistic about recognition as a phenomenon at large and the Ambassador-designate as a specilic thing. If many Israelis feel they are sellmq out their past, betraying the memories of six million Jewish martyrs, then any envoy must be an abomination. Once having accepted the West German gesture, it appears to be not petulance, but wanting the cake and eatinq it too, when Israelis seek to have a hand in piecisely whom Bonn will _end as envov Now, it simply fails to make a difference The "betrayal." such as it was. has alre taken place. The rest is mere shown during the week .. as i see it by LEO MINDLIN reminder to all men of the bondaae of so manv among them, each in his own way lamenting the fall of some temple, the destruction of some freedom. May the revival of Israel symbolize the growing liberty of mankind at large m a world sensitive to human need and the desire to fulfill it. THERE SEEMS t 0 be growing fondness ln -„ liberal quarters to take thi United States to task f„ r h. operations in Viet Nam an,)' the Dominican Repuhlit Somehow. 1 get the f ee | lr that at the core of them is th. ban thi bomb people I am a( anxious as the next man i, see th bomb banned; to avoid a disastrous prolif er ation of nuclear capability among the smaller but highlv advanced nations, whose governments will not be able at the same time i t develop sophisticated enough guidance and accident-proof -. that are so Decenary to the awesome and mature resporisibtbh inherent in atomic weaponry. But the ban-the-bomb people were largely critical of American detonations; while at the same time they remained silent when the Soviet I'nion continued its experimentation even at high altitude which is the most detrimental kind of nuclear activity tn other -a tioru and populations. This suggests more than a general htunani tarian impulse: it offers the spectre of political favoritism, as a con sequence of which 1. at least, am less likely to attach a sense <>f iav portance to even their seeming!) i-st intentions The same soil to withdraw, abandoning thi %  • the Communist •\t leaat here the ban-the-bomb crien are corn.! ask which Communists y„ r we have failed to distinguish, in face of the verj evldenl Sino-Soviet distinction betwe i %  nd Peiping Threaten though Kosygta may. and he has to U by the nature of his political bein h. can reel no more con I in the Chine* expansion than we Neverthi less there It little ultimi however cleai it maj suddi nlj i .com. '• % %  • %  In Viel than the) ever wen ii K in %  '' : %  %  now pla %  ,1s, • sbviousl) ar bevci, ii. Date purpose in thi ic thai th, Ru GraM* r-wjrta Ptre+na) I I VOUNO l_Mec %  %  y*W >* — %  ______ % 



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    Page 10-B SACKS Lons. :• -. was y, -a %  member He r 17 i.ral ABRAHAM MDMJUM Redelheim Dies At Age of 68 NEW YORK (JTA) Abraham Redelheim. a veteran Zionist leader, died here this week at the age of 68. Born in Jerusalem. Mr. Redelheim came to the United States where he became active in the cause of Zionism. He served as president of the Zionist Organization of America from 1958 to 1960. and he was a former grandmaster of the B'nai Zion. He was also past president of the Histadruth lvrith of America and served on the boards of the Jewish National Fund and the Keren Hayesod. <;..i.'•i ; K Odd l-V % %  -.II. I • %  '"'V "retatln Survivor* I"'"''"' > w5i. Qertrud. Mr* tV.l '' '* %  ; ... s.,. ft, ,.f Miami: B "•'• %  "" • Cbalm Zack, % %  < Hall iiel and .,.,,.,. Mr* Tunla Dremen. ••' ,w 0 kU Sranddauith.er* Ma. .,„,, Jennifer Oren Bervloi • %  • Tuesday, Iui *. %  : v ; William Upson %  •• Beth PmW. ating Interment w in MI. MII u Cen • • BARKINS. Mr*. Bella. 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    Friday. August 6. 1965 -Jfn-M nrrirHin Page 7-A B-G Lists Means For Cabinet Post ( tiTT i. s • %  • 'i r — Hi -4 : '' %  %  >*„:_ ARCHITECT S SKETCH FOR NEW BETH RAPHAEL SYNAGOGUE. $150,000 Synagogue for Beth Raphael; Rabbi Greenwald is Spiritual Leader IP inov • '. >i 5 i 11 %  1111> ve., Mia %  i k prill e*fh Raphael Is tho oldest J I •* i h congregation in tha Greater Miami area. Over 40 • e." .iqo it was organized as Both David. When Beth Oavid —o.ed to its present site at 262S SW ~rd Ave., the congregation became known as the Downtown Synagogue. Ii subsequently acquired ita pr i ni • in memory of the parents t in .. Sapero, hotJonrj peeal Beth Raphael la being irected because <>i demolition BC for .1 new expressway ashicb hi ml ;it 139 NW 3rd Avi there the congregation war %  I] those years. The Florida State Road Depart' i it .' asked Beth Raphael to va ci las) Jan l. Abcsh Perl, presidant, said trwt the ni i facLUt) will oocualn .~J*I lb' typi seats and he consjaaia iv air-cortdttkmed The Meoml htorj uiii include .1 kitchen and I hall Other facilities 1 Ii.1 ral bi's stud), Perl, on Wednesday, announced the appointment of Rabbi Zevi ^ NV* r N* < %  num. "i-'ven within M p stated Mr Peres, Ben-Guri m an i porters were always ii' the minoiitj We ci uld have remaini d in the Got ernmenl We wen ii we remained, w have give up princip *e were n >l pi i pared lo do so Meanwhile, the Ban-Gurionists held a public meeting in Haifa, at which Yosef Almogi, one of the seven leaders ousted from Mapai, charged that "Mapai veteran leaders attempted to to commit political murder against Ben-Guiion because he had dared to introduce some younger party members into the leadership. ] atched pi I he tol the 500 persons who attended thi ii eetlng, "to liquidate Ben Gurioi and deatroj his Image l know h e I was on the Inside, as Ui -i (irial j ni the party, hen th. started their criminal a I 6 bk h story will not forgh e them H I hal i ihkol w ill go do i n • history as the i pai" because he refused to accon te Bi ii • iurion i n his deman fi r .i renewed inquirj into the I. von Affair He was ord, ined b> t*i Yavneh Rabbinical Seminar} in New York, Born n PreaatMurR, Czechoslovakia, Rabbi Gfeemmld received his rabbinic background and training at the Yeshiva l' h a s a m Soter in Presehurg and the Dr. JOIM|MI %  reuer Rabbinical School in Frank lun-am Main. Rabbi GreenwaW holds ticu iar dajpaaaj from th* Univarsity •f Frankfurt, the Sorbonn* in Pans, and is a graduaka of Droav sie Col lev* in PhMacMphia, whare he is now a candidate for th* PhD degree. RABBI ZtVI CatiNWALD While in Maine. Kabhi Green w.ihl conducted a regular radio pro jam He has connhutcd to var tons nationally known publications, Including the National Jewish Monthly. Chicago Sentinal Bnd Boston Advocate. Rabbi Greeirwahl said the new Beth Raphael will he -modern tra diiion.il with Conservative lean Ings." llr and his wife have a dauchter. fnina 13 Mrs drcciiwald i* %  graduate kindergarten teacher Fla. Committee Names Rep. Dubbin Representative Murray H. Duh bin has BMSjsam the ftrst interim appointee from l>av County ahsce lit.esoae ei th.' recent session vulh the announcement of iu sel ect i on to the Capitol Center Planning i Somm ittee, She committee was created u> oversee I lt> niilhon sjfgBBDpriation to rebuihl the center section al the Capitol at Tallahassee ami to at quire land and omstruBt a new legislative building. Initially, the committee will supervise the spending of SlwUMO for temporary repair and renovation of the Capitol buildim.'. m addition to Rep. Dubbin, the loamiiitee win be madi up of two •ther members of the Mouse, three members of the Senate, two mem berot the Cabinet, iiicludiiu tin iecceiar) ui State, and Uao la\ members appointed b> Gov, Burns. Tormenting Rectal Itch Stopped In Minutes One of the most common afflietiona is *Mchang piles.' It's most tmbarrsirrina;'Itrriirir the .lay and very ujrjrravatinK at night. 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    Fi-.dav. August 6. 1965 -JenlstfkrXflarJ Paqe 13-A 'octal Workers Eye Education Aid By Special R*PM* sectarian cduraf,,)(i.u aid to was seen as a thro Son bet wren state and church to the American public school ern by Arnold Aronson. who ,ssed a meetins of the Na(I Conference of Jewish Comal Service at the Sheraton 1 recently in Philadelphia. ish ill-dty schools will be in i-d jn those entitled to aid unhe law deral aid to education was a topic under study at the av conference attended by than 1000 Jewish profes worker! in health, welfare, ation and other communal cs from throughout the il States and Canada Other era have strongly endorsed u law ronson. director of program inq, National Community fions Advisory Council, New discussed "Sectarianism He American Society Today act of Societal Forces on ih Communal Service." ti • lucaeel b I al i atl tion. "America." Aronson con tinued. "They assessed the act as a "promise for the future of a truly pluralistic school system.' "To many of us, the promise is a threat—a threat to the American public school as the great common meeting ground for Americans of all faiths, creeds and I races." Aronson declared. "It is a threat to the development in America of a religiously separated school system on the order of the Canadian educational system." Aronson asserted that members ol the National Conference of Jo with Communal Service agreed in the past that public support of education would clearly violate church-stato separation, endanger the common schools system and threaten our plural democracy and Jewish Interests. While (he new law givei no none) directly to parochial schooli Aronson noted th.it the texl liM>k^ will l>tri< I Said Aronson The log which a quarter ol a <> turj had prevent tmenl I ny com%  hensn e t* deral ai I i I >o ii of Nazi Arrested I from Paqe 1 A '. %  mat l • •..in hed %  %  A'esl Gent the t lems facing invt ti rs naa> Inio mini w he manJfaatst.'tioutside Han, had heaui stimulated bj the in BatntJer; <>r rn.n have lx-< n ^T>y .i r tup linked in to Woit/ik sw Uka plague started on fch: of June 13. when several smearing! of the Nan iyn> i-red %  %  • of anti -. l>) the Mayor was held ,,i th< cemeterj condemn Ins anti Semitism Residents t>l Bamberg, where there an (<• Jews, posted a So.'>o reward for the capture of the anti Semites re tponsible. The city has voted to pay the cost f repairing the Jewish cemetery, expected to total about J.S.000. in poverty areas and calling it a 'welfare' measure. "It was on this basis." he said. "that the Protestants who had in the past adamently opposed any aid to parochial schools, justified I their support of the act." Aronson noted that today's American Jewish community is the largest, most secure politically ;and most advantaged economically in Jewish history. The present Jewish community now taking place throughout the cannot remain aloof from the Negroes' civil rights struggle that is country. Aronson stated The Civil Kights Acts of lf64 is specific in prohibiting discrimination in all respects of any program receiving federal financial assistance. "Considering the reach and extent of such assistance, the potential impact on all major institutions of our society is almost incalculable. Schools, colleges, libaries, housing, farm programs, health and welfare agencies — all will be affected," Aronson said. litpointed out thai agt n< thai %  i ii ipi< nts ol funds un l< r programs thai 11 quire then t< i. n sect. earlj come under thi Civil R And. by ency wh make exi lu Ic Negroes oi %  %  (or Ii evei is not can Ji agi n< i do this i Law 1 iu ques is an th< s do il ith ml r< the profound and long %  ding Jewish tradition that value! the individual, without iso lating themselves from what is probabl) the most significant soc ial issue of our time, without re voking the rationale that they are maintained by the Jewish community in some part as a way of discharging a group obligation to the society as a whole," Aronson | told the conference. He continued, 'Even r# the answer is 'ye'. Is the Jewish community prepared to withstand the pressures to which it will inevitably bo subjected in consequence?" He concluded. "We cannot stand aside from these struggles. 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    rt. 0(/ ornan s 'WorU ~]Tewi§]h Floridiaia Miami. Florida. Friday, August 6, 1965 Section 3 Mrs. Kaufman to Head Pioneers Women national art competition winner. Mrs. Jack try o! Pittsburgh. Pa., is shown with her pnze-wii.ninq t -work. "Sukkoth," which was judged the best entry nai B'rilh Women's theme in the third annial naI competition. A former art teacher who is partially .. c by a stroke. Mrs. Levy trained her lett hand to do the titchM J:IJ now teaches the cruft to children. She forme tor advisor of B'nai B'rith Girls in PittsBy Special Report MrR o e Kaufman, of \e • York, wti i lected national presi II nt of Pioneer Women at the closing session of the organization'! 40th anniversary convention in Philadelphia she succeeds Mrs. ,: i he Fine, who completed her tu ii > ear term 11 office Mrs Kaufman, who is originally %  i leveland, 0 has served as national vice president and as ;i member of the Advisor) Board of Pioneer Women In Cleveland, -h. si i i ,i. \ ice president of the Jewi 'i Community Council and as cochairman • t the Women's Division o| the Jewish Welfare Fund ami the v. men's Division ol Israel lkoulIn M ly, 1955, the Cleveland Women's Division of the Jewish NJ tional Fund launched a Rose Kaufman ton It of 10,000 tiees in Irael. This proyoot was completed in (he record tune of eight months, testifying to the high regard in which MrKaufman is held in her native Cleveland community Mrs Kaufman w • %  s a Pioneer Women delegate to the 1946 World Zionisl Congress held at Basle, Switzerland She has been abroad on various occasions, once in 1952 on a special mission to Europe, North Africa and Israel for the United Jewish Appeal. She was in Israel during the hi>torh Sinai campaign in \9X. il tending the Lead i ship Seminar .. t Moetzel Hapoalot, Pioneer Wo:i. and the Jewish Agency In 1964, she visited in Israel again as delegate • the World Zionist Conareas and to the World Orgaawav tion of Pioneer Women. The convention earlier resolved to raise $2,200,000 during the next two j ears for the social sen ice proit \l -t/et Hapoalot, itsis ter organization in Israel The delegates adopted a resolution calling upon the Soviet l ernment to restore full cull nation.)! and religious rights to its ish citizens The n 5 iviet Government I i I pi rmit the free fund, >ynag igues and i rivate pr etir 21 all< w the 3e\ munity to publU religio • :, \tin necessar) quantitii • %  t,i make religious i • i [srae i proi sch .facilities for th %  [ Yiddisl nd Hebrew by ISABEL GRCVE Newman h imi ii • Ele inoi md hapbea i M at imp ,. ti> bah) slttini %  in junioi %  Michael i•' w ( '.lit it gave tht-m .. : ianc to visit with Iheir grand ., urse the I dt course f King's l'...> C o un t r > CluS s-asn : the same without the Lani;. .. • dubs were in the I : •:.. ear just In case thej ha i time to play while awa) for • md • Mrs ( art Suss i Sokoiow Is %  i iusej jest of Ana and Henry 5hi t she's married to Ann'l youngest brother. Carl From Perth A in boy. where she teaches ictiool, Miss was the only one in Ihe family who could get away |his summer The Sokolows I e .i large clan here, and -he's %  en entertained by all. most recently by Fssie and Merman and Rose and Fiatik BUM 'f!\u g t, Nns-.au for a few days '• she will -lay at the Hut -li Colonial Hole I and "shop the minute the stores open %  ., %  She'll remain [in o i another feu weeks be I tack to Carl, and son Llayme and daughter Debby, who ire bus) with summer classes • • • North Miami Councilman Leond Kimball and his wife, EsteJIe, Interrupted a busy schedule to attend the National League of Tit u-> Convention held last week In Detroit. Mich. A very nostalgic side '.rip for Leonard WS1 Ihe day spent on campus at the niversity of .Michigan in Ann ^rbor where he took hicollege ml law school work He re urned to his former haunts after ^n absence of 30 years. • • • Mr. and Mrs Louis Heiman lave returned home from a trip U> New York City, where they I*tended the graduation exenisef their daughter. Mickey Lou 'earlman, from the City College f New York MrPearlman was i with i BA degree in Knei: il in I isl F< bruShe w as warded a tuition rant b) the < itj Colle e • 12 credits of w • American and dramatic lit" '" May, shi lunt -vp in the Depart • t ol English Mi ke> Lou will receive %  monetary grant for the two semesterit the 196546 term and will be associated with the English Department for 15 to 20 hours .i week she planto (i mplete her MA degree bj June liibC Mr. and Mrs. Heiman have lived in Miami since 1925. Mickey was born at St. Francis Hospital, and attended M I a ill i Beach schools • • Fannie and Nat Sediik flew to Los Angeles on Tuesday for I family reunion Their oldest i. Capt. Jay Sediik. is an Air Forte motion picture producer and director who istationed at Hollywood Hills and lives in Van Nuys, Calif. The Air Force subsidized his continued education with t.he result that he has completed all his academic work for a Til), except for writing his ihesl He and his lovely wife, BerniCe, have two children. Jeffrev :;. and Scott 4 months Number two son, Earl, received hidegree la engineering science last year trom III' I and has been working as a computer engineer at Boeing Aircraft in Seattle for the past year Earl will fly down to LOS Angeles for the reunion Number three -on Barry 14, has been vacation Ing in Van Nu\s for th peal month and will re', urn to Miami with his parents late in August to start at Coral Park High in the fall. • • • Leo and Nola Eisenstein are back from a two-month tour of Israel and Eastern Europe. • • • On the birth front: U's a boy. Edward Martin, who arrived on Thursday. July 29. at Doctors Hospital to Lester and Leoea is. of 8830 SW 92nd PL Continued on Pag* • B nvif Han-Ion print M III ill AT Bi RDMSKTS: Our own Wilroys. in an important collection of swinging skirts, flattering drapes, dressmaker details also basic sheaths AH ounce-hght, carefree ban-Ion* nylon matte jerseys, $26 to $36. Shown, sleeveless long torso with widepleated skirt. 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    Page 4-B +Pistfhri1i*>r Friday, Auoust 6 Fun Mr : .4 in many kitcr m many h" around cur to\*:i -. With o d" Their I better and en— and all bet •Tit. •an be : %  • %  B y EDYTHE SCHINDLER is in a Geared A •I lichen i Vt'arm Sophisfkition : : o n: .• re re relieved by M;-bi %  licit in *he carefullytcben is an invi r a while Thirty that is Mitt Heitter s b rainin the warm soph.-;.• subject* are taboo in thil | re. stran I < I • -.forehead. They ar<. and calcH nt in • •ik of t -od and c •ne phone exchanging rray %  mar%  MA1DA HEATTER extra ingredient called love :_' %  %  • r T >ni. who il a cooking buff, >aid I ter. Hand Painting Miss Heatt< r rl) designed and made y out o! silver. II men'ties and : h e r. women's bio*:-canes "1 must wick m i tfa n aid Miss Heatter n can proi same kind of creative : it iinstil live with w II u a method whereb) • an do f'-r her : %  r emphasized that the mothers of today s biwseadvertised tbeir affluence > iiienthousewivea are unce.' more momen coi •:ie -elf I in en •her acti. com•ne. in %  | %  il are for for her chee-e of late si Different Types home come many'crteucihmWj ro her cooking ctanai al her home come many different typei of women. One recently announced herself by proclaiming, I don't know how to thing I don't even know how to fry watt After five sessions with ftOu Heatter she'll match the pufflness of her souffle against any one Here follows an EXCLUSIVE New Deborah Chapter Formed hapter of Doborah Kills \ .1 was ed hen Voungen 'aub. i Levine act in | Iter will hold i luncheon and ,jnl l .at her recipe a d.-h she reo annirenU. Mi and MrHeatter He %  newi comin Ml Kasha %  \ %  any utes Kasha tlj with a I Kasha maj be served %  combined witl hroom> .•• • %  light!) i ed onion v MIAMI'S NEWEST CHINESE RESTAURANT "" China J\Uf SERVING AUTHENTIC CHINESE FOOD! 9040 Bird (S.W. 40th St.) Ph. 226-0331 Complete DINNERS from $1.25 KV AIM MJ. A COT-D t, rake-0 ( M t o*> j ,. ,t# PM. smtur ? u &f PM. (cu„4 tmmkwl 100% AIR-CONDITIONID 2 Lecture Series to End Mil be the ire i>y Dr Abi > %  II Education 01 '" %  m in the audi torhnn of Washington rVnVr.il. 1234 it memben "i the au lieoce will pre Dr Woi' an( •ucstion* and answers will follow lluis ihe siMh lecture m the ''"" rM "' and Che Religions of the world cream may be p Serves 4-6 Hold on now J Don*! forget to add ti.ai i,^ tra srmethm. kg '^ aratton and to all recipes rw1 forget tinset ret ^"V 1-. after all. love -*[ "If a woman can nYvel.jp, ^1 ittitude towar dishing out three n daj ian Ufun, ^.dy 1 '! Heatter Smorgasbord BANQUETS! RECEPTIONS! Acco**maaKoni f 0 r D i 1 300 qu" FOR rNFORAIAriO'i P-os MU 1-9301 • GRANADA HOTEL 1017 Mrndian A> Miami Btach Optn Year 'nund, Attractive Season 1 Yearly ffafti M> I PHONE: JE 1-0496 KING ARTHUR'S COURT STROLLING VIOLINS DINNER SUPPER MIAMI SPRINGS VILLAS 500 Deer tun • TU 8-4521 AIT %  ION*. C0wntr MORRIS 1 R''TH IFRNfR HASIY 2UCKERMAN Catering for Alt Occasions 2ssPARKING FACILITIES FAMOUS 471 WASHINGTON AVE. it Jtii MIAMI BEACH J^esfaurant OPEN EVERY DAYALL SUMMER LONG : SAND-ELL KOSHER CATERERS ; Mow in New location! 1216 Normandy Dr., Normandy Isle; % Man fO t m n m Suppliti fa Nofdi I WhdtfM* MTkaltiafr X Rr'til i BAR MITZVAHS • WE00IN6S • SOCIAl fONCTIONS Call Sol Waits UN 6-o226 • lOponrlaad by Rakbi M. Cof Continental TCS Kosher Caterers • WfOOINCS • BAR MITZVAHS • BANQUETS UNUMITI3 m % %  m ,.*' T *" r Mom Mo *T"afH* £'„' 2 Y Sh m r Jr>oboi" trttavraaf Q va lir, Par lictHft* 83*3 BIRD ROAD, MIAMI phone 226 1744 HAROL O PO s T <>OKI0\ nml IMI.\T B^QJJJ KOSHER CATERERS -y3 N „ W 5th ST., MIAMI PHOKE FR 4-2655 2l2£r*l -i "*PMr iri OftN H0UU W10DINGS BAR HITIVAHS KtCIPTIOHS and CATERERS 940 71st ST. UN 6 6043 Specialists for Weddings Bar Mitzvahs Social Function* ROYAL HUNGARIAtTO CATERERS 731 Washington Ave. JE 8-5401 fluive Weddings, Bar Mitivahs and Social Functions uiu/ia) n^^afia rKsina;



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    Auq-s: 5. 1965 +Je*t*l nr+ldtPyr Paqe 1 IB LEGAL NOTICi fOL N: EDGE'S COURT 1 ^0 ^OE COUNTY. 1 ^ JoR.O* • %  PROBATE MO i'*-C F;-, VTHAI*. ['••*:T,CE -O CREDITOR* \). ,, V..u.l S....I .. ,,... nvtifM and r i MM ana %  •I i.-uthal le'ounty, Hoi Ida. ••' 1 ""J* %  ••'"'. III h.i.M.iii.nut | i in ihCoun%  .,,,. I'.nint). I""''v ili4c in..nib, ir..in lUbUeeUon li.-r.-. 1., I.nd. \\ I Vnub. thi* tilb \ i • %  j|. • i.t.-VKNTIlAl. • Mill. ..f %  ; .-. • i %  '-"' %  -hiiwti.. on w %  N i-..| l;. l.i vviitlutL %  t-Ta. T I4.2a.2e. >, I 1 i It'lE COLN %  ;UOCE't COURT IN |.D FOR QAOE COUNT*. ILORIO* %  PROBATE So i':A • k. u N.-S. \.-< N( TiCE -O CREDITORS l.i MU I I %  > Vaalnat Said %  .1 .i ii.i i, %  :i r K\MI\fDAyEfiu LEGAL NOTICE BY HENRY LEONARD "I'll see you next year at Interfaith Week." Coat. 1*44. t>,.'. ha da ci'M i NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IHEKKl'.Y (JIVES that '• isUtn.-.l, rieairliut tui iig Il'l,I. I II RKTT1 CASSIDY DITTOS', ,11..;. BETTY 'ASSIIJY -,, nuriiii. • Ml Lumcford Bids, in th* Pltj ol Uinrol, Florida int.-nils in r.j;i.-li the said name u lib Hi.Clark i'f tin Circuit Court ol [>a
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    1965 *Jen#S# fhrlc/i tr Page S-3 iV I* aid Fine (foreground • • bv two ; Meya Da\ ing Miss Uiuveisc C ion 1 uville H .ced Fare Sic fed en Greek Line 11< I Hoi) Days this %  23 i cent • on i i i Vnna M %  %  will be off"-1' v !• %  round-trip ex an ;'•! be applicandh idwds according u. enenl sale* mnnihe C eck I.me Groups ; % %  i -ci'or more will be of-.,!•.• a percent discount remain in Israel km L Odaj itii itatfon t >r ini i i Tin' discount tourist c 1 a irip. iT-. Jewish New Year, Rosh i • .. fallt on Sept. 27, end if. of Atonement, Yom Kip• lows on Oct. 4. Coordinv. th tn e h;lidays ere the i Anna Maria's sailing, from irk 9" :?ot. 3, arriving in 5 ; aer 17, and her following return trip, departing Haifa on Oct. 15 and arriving in New York on Nov. 1. tana Maria is set \ it %  %  t.i tweei N'ev York and Isi. el Lake the Luck Line i ilj. m pia, Uu !•'• fl; -hip i111U3 airconditioned .ind stabilized, and 1 fen gourmet food iron-. a super \ i -.M1 Kosher kitchen, in addition ti. it-. Cordon Bleu cuisine, Hie liners, whddi provide sartmgs from N< %  ytork : 1 i-: sol everj other \u-ck. both have synagogue* A special bonus for passengers 1.1 highly popular Hebrew lan:ii.i.i' course initiated thiyear and designed to provide .1 basie 50C* word vocab darj on the 13 (!a> voj 1 to II.IM 1 This ir sufficient tot i idhnentarj itkm, accord. to inst ru t ITS from the He brew ur.riri Union On the return ti ip, passengers 1 iOO more ords, enoof h to < mi<-ise 00 al an) topic BISCAYXR 340 Biscayne Boulevard TERRACE • Miami, Florida FACING BISCAYNE BA f MMM TM STMi AND MAVIH JOIN YOUf HSTIViT/ES" AT THE BEAUTIFUL NIWIT DKOtATED M A III.I fall I 1IAIJJ.OOM • SEATING UP TO 300 WEDDINGS CONFIRMATIONS BANQUETS %  RECEPTIONS LUNCHEONS • MEETINGS CATERING Mr CALL c> (rather Facilities Available Under Suprrviiien ef RABBI TIBOR H. STERN M 1$ $ SHrRlEY, Catering Manager, FR 9-3792 Wiener TO Seek Wainwright Seat In Miami Election LeRo) Wiener 13, real estate broker, has qualified si 1 candidate for the Miami city Commaslion, Wiener seeks the seal being vacated by Mrs Alice Wainwright, who is nol running for reel* tion Wiener said ha was motivated "primarily by ths sky-rocketing taxes throughout Dads County." "I'm in the real estate business, and our steadily mounting tax burden is approaching the back-breaking point. It's hurting our economy already. It has hit property values severely, and when this finally has its effect on tax rolls, the vicious circle will be complete — still higher milli^e levies to make up the shrinkage." Wici .on • Homi rlimina! %  %  %  \\ ii pr said i ..I penal nsfer ol the 1 url • ind II insfcr til % %  : \ ors ",i < %  >untj -w ide library s> stem ;IIHI county-wide water and sewer systi m Wiener was born in New York City, where he graduated from City College in chemical engineering. He was Eastern collegiate swimming champion for two years, and swimming team captain for two years. During the war, he was assigned for three years to the Manhattan Project, development of the atom bomb. He came t<> Miami '.1 years ago t I liked it here He entered the real esta •• 1 uainess, operated his own office for several vears and three > 'ars ago formed ,i partnership with Jememe S. • A fi %  er ice Sertoma 1 I il> ol Miami, b< an sctivi r ol Kiwanis, the I ol Realt rs, Flori la \ ciati m ol Realtors and the N 1 tional Association ol Real Boat He ;il-" was prominent in Miami Jayct • %  acth ities, and presi ntly is a member of the Jaycees alumnus iso< iation the 1 iraj beards He baa two children and lives at 1080 Bricked Ave, Have that Business Meeting, Banquet, or Special Occasion You'll find complete facilities to exactly satisfy your needs in the Kismet, Aladdin, Scheherazade and Ruboiyat Raoms, be it for 0 wedding or a private party I l the for Informations HAZEL ALLISON Cal*'in Dlrtclor, JE 1-6061 Steth St. S Collins Aval. s^ocictiite %  vy el \-Ji Miami Realtor Gets Coveted Broker's Title George A. Simon, past president of th*' Miami Board of Realtors and present regional vice president of the National Institute "f Farm and Land Brokers, hus been awarded the professional designation of "Accredited Farm and Land Broker Simon Joins 1 select group •>! L26 others thn ughout the I' nil ed stales uh > are permitted to use this title, Tin' designation is awar1ed t" realtors setlve princtpallj in rarms an land, and who have 1 a s s e d extensis. e examinatioi n through the headquarters 1 Most have had ten \ ears perience in this particular field GIVE THE PRfCKESS GfFT A LITTLE OF YOURSELF BE A UNITED FUND VOLUNTEER CALL 377-8311 Continued from Page IB He 1 liOS msister, Stephanie IS month. 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For eomplfte details, please call Mr. David Kovae, Director of Food and Beverag* Doral Beach Hotel and Country Club JE 2-3600 A new standard of elegance on Miami Beach. Superbly planned and executed weddings, luncheons, business meetings ,.. ranging from 10 to 1000. SUPERB CATERING IN A LUXURIOUS NEW SETTING Miami's newest, most beautiful accommodations for weddings, club luncheons, banquets, bar mitzvahs. card parties, confirmations, receptions, etc. Parking on premises. For groups from 15 to 1500...superb cuisine...fine wines, experienced, personalized attention. Call Joseph Meyers, Catering Manager, 379 8861. DUPONT PLAZA HOTEL' MIAMI CHANDLER'S 21st Collins Ave., Mi'omi Bench Now a FIRST in Miami Beach TBONE STEAKS LADIES CUT ROAST BEEF SUMMER SPECIALS m at Summer Prices Wa'v* added om old favorites lo •" VARIID MINU. 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    idoy. August 6. 196S JmM thrill r Page 3-f. o KMHC M f N^a JW !" S-OCjA L H/YOU r H %  -.a f N "flaP'' < u. it^r.*w#* u.i4 emple Menorah Day Camp concludes a highly successful -ccrson as more than 80 children participated in a closinq r.bly. For eight weeks, the children experiencd a wellvised camping experience with an integrated religious :rcgram. Shown are Harley Appelbaum, Howard Block. B?rKaren Braun. Elaine Brownstein, Adrione Biieter, a, Robert Feld. Behna Garazi. Bernardo Garnzi, vald, Michelle Gurian, Brenda Hofman. lcn Kaptadin, Nelson Kerbel, Belinda Kiasno. Michael • i I eonardo Maimen. Steven Military Jeffrey Mufson, ,:'-•? ow, Andrew Silvers, Wendy SpieT, Sih Richard Weuislock. Debbie Wiener. Jon WilM h :el Braun. Monica Don. Leslie FredIJFK Fellowship To NYU Teacher IFor Full Year By Spcil Rtport M.W Y;n. 1MB "! 'hi' Physio l>•* ni of \<-v, York lniversit\. I.... h.mornl at a luncrn-on Ust •-, .it III.' Hotel PlaU as the %  l recipient of John K ni n e l > Fellow-hip m the Wi uann Institute of Science al pRi hovoth, Israel te-l by an international com. vcu'iiti^ts as one of the to reifivc the award. on sabbatical leave fork t'mviTsitv will .. Kufi It for a year May ffii Wi !/•• ann Institute He "ill %  nil 'I !>> tii— w lie and two cMMren. The irw.inl carries v ith it I -lin.n.1 of Sin.rmo and I •Dow iace of $12..Vt lor lyHe will work w ith Weizmann ci• ntista in the Institute of Nuclear i arch in hifield of specialization, "The Many P,od> Theory." the basii structure <>f the atom Tenderer! by the American Tom erick, James Gerard, Daryl Goldfarb, Robin Green. Steven Greenwald, Naomi Honor, Dennis Kainen. Paula Kasdin, Aida Lerman, George Lerman, Ira Levine, Annette Mandell, Robin Militare, Peter Montigny. Roberto Olemberg, Tcni Paley. Robin Parker, Niel Rosenkrantz, Jeannie Sabo, Isidore Scniadoaki, Max Smolarak, Ellen Sontz. Harriet Stratus, Henry Volpe, Mark Weiner, Marcie Eilverstein, Allen Breiter, Robin Cohn. Shepard Edelstein. Steven Katz, David RoMnfeld, Patti S' sky. Julie Woolf, Joy Brownstein, Maurice Fg-zi, John Gerard, Philip Gurian, Howard Kaplan. Stewart Kittay. Denise M rty, Stuart Silver, Sharon Turner, Stuart L'fL-ier, Deb: a Rosenthal. Two More Synagogues in FlamesLondon Jews Form Vigilance Squads Water Diversion Project Stepped Up by Arabs JERUSALEM — (JTA 1 — Lei anon and Syria have stepped \i| their water diversion projects, at cording to information receive here by highly reliable a mrces The aim of the projects is to diversi reams and tributaries flowing into the Jordan River, from which Israel now draws water to help ir riKate the northern reaches of thtNe#M Desert, Israeli sources have rejected ar argument advanced by Leban o n which bas indicated that its re sumption of work on a water divel sion project was intended to "mis lead" Arab water diversion ex pert* ineci.:. it Damascus t<> hea ress reports. RAT PROOFING A Specialty BEGUUR P£ST C0NTB01 fOR TM HOME AND BUS/KISS FREE INSPECTION TRULY NOLEN EXTERMINATORS Tel. FR 7-1411 600 N.W. 7th AVE. 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    I Friday. August 5. 1355 tel*tntrMi?*n Page 5-n. LETTERS TO THE EDITOR Appeal Voiced for Study of Torah EDITOR T he Jewish Floridian: IN. Ti .1 jel • Sabbath, or the family gathering on an important holy da) It's been read and Itudied for so many yeara, diacuaaed by sages, viewed slant reading — as hard to begin from every angle, enjoyed, work %  .,. stud; ol Torah is opening ;> ed over, marveled and thrilled at coconut -" deUcioui later on, for M long that it aeema amazing way appears ridiculous when mixed with the todaj is a* modern is suitable for ful study M for In their lives come out in a book just for me to meditate upon in the original language or a good translation, or so it seems, just for me. ol our sages; eaay to study. S pfciall> with a rabbi or teacher as) to al sorb, but a v. full) hard to once you've given it I something like eating peanuts \ml it could easily last a life time, especially when the Mitz kith develop each it* own flavor. I,-. iwn taste, with the joys of the The Torah, it seems, was made for me. My children travel for distances to be together on a holiday. The commentaries like Rashi and the Rambim think up the most outstanding ideas and thoughts just for me to read, just made far me alone, so it seems. The discussions of our sages and their hard work all IN MAGAZINE INTERVIEW Strong German Ties Need Time -Eshkol HAMl I i. Germ • .,1-.. Israel In I < %  lol th usands ol el todaj !i.i\• con -. mp numoei latooed • Forgiveness will be ptinfu process Mr i icol deel in-1 that Israel w ants • mi % %  ) U charity from West (,• •• any "What we want." is %  • %  < • able to earn our own living by our own work." However, he asked for Germany's is support to enable larael to become an associate member of the sixnation European Common Market • what we w.mt from German) also." he said, Is for Bonn and for German industry to adopt a emirus steadfast attitude, should the Arabtry to blackmail you into joining their boy ott campaign The i-' sell Premier denied thai Israel evei asked Germany to guai antee Isr tel bor lers or her ie< ur ity "This was never even men t oned he %  serte I Israel is planning to open sev eral consulates in Germany when its newly-named diplomatic mission starts operating in this country soon, it was reported in Bonn this week. The consulates will prcbablv be in Cologne, Frankfurt and West Berlin. Meanwhile, the planning for is^ new mission was concluded bj representatives • I rael Forei ;n Ministry The Zee* Shek, in chai e t he I Yaakov Nil e of adminis i iphe; Isi el, where lei ns on the plans will be made bj Foreign Minister G Meir To think of the Torah any other For the Torah addresses Itself to my secret aspirations It admonishes my singular weaknesses It definitely has a purpose beyond that of telling stories in an easy-to-read language. Look at the story of Creation on the very first page. Is it a story only, or does it show the power of the Almighty, the great power of the Creator of the universe And as the Torah continues, we have problems of individual human beings and individual efforts. The strength of men like Abraham or Moses, of women like Sarah or Miriam, can equal the strongest force on earth. Their lives, their courage, their good solid horsesense are there for all the world to see The Torah is the great teacher to help each of us to come to our own good conclusions It not merely something nice. which tells alMiut nice subjects II can be tough as iron and often Is: as for example, the story of the golden calf There art probably many people who look at it as another book to read. But put in a few years of study with a good teacher, and see whether it is a book for simple-minded people or low-brows. Apparently, there are no subjects too knotty or abstruse that it doesn't tackle, from the oldest manner of washing our hands to the complicated laws of divorce or marriage problems applicable even today. Exposing myself to the danger modern would immediately • masterpiece. Who isn't fascinated by the story of Jo whose brethren failed to clwi their verdict for twenty two years until tin \ went down to i just ,i> the modern nations bordering Israel today haven't y e | changed their verdict on their Jewish brethren after 2.200 years I am moved by the meekness of Moses. I am inspired by the leadership of Pinchas. I find no substitute for the ten commandments. I am proud of the battles we won and the fear we instilled in Balak, who tried to curse the Jews through Baalim. I am thrilled by the justice of Judah. There is such an abundance of fruits and nuts and popcorn scat; tered all through the Bible just to nibble at in one's spare time. Now. with all the rabbis giving of knowing too little about all the daily lectures morning and evenMitzvoth in the Torah. I find it most interesting as a layman to appreciate the Sabbath after a weeks work to feel the honor of having children who learn Torah or to read a Maftir on the Sabbath in synagogue. And we are admonished not to change the laws and call it mod em just as touching up a Rembrandt to make it look clean and ing in their respective synagogues, let us revive the old Jewish custom of availing ourselves of this fine privilege by our attendance before and after working hours. For in the last analysis, learning about Mitzvoth and doing Mitzvoth are our only expression of love of Torah and God. ABE ARANOFF Miami Beach I HFAR ftDO A*D ELIZABETH ANN ARE ENGAGED. Just a small revolution! Big Change in... Tempo Filler Cigarettes New Tobacco Blend More Tobacco Taste Ask The Man from Equitable about Living Insurance for retirement Dial FR 1-5691 SIDNEY S. KRAEMER lonaltted attention %  nCC ,"'.'blr.mi PLAZA BLDG. 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    Page 10-B •JmlstrkrHtir Friday. August 5 195; SACKS LEGAL NOTICE MAHA* KtDlLHtm Redelheim Dies At Age of 68 NEW YORK — iJTA. Abraham Redelheim. a veteran Zioni>t leader died here this week at the a*e of 68. Born in Jerusalem. Mr. Redelheim came to the United States where he became active in the cause of Zionism. He served as president of the Zionist Organiza tion of America from 1958 to I960. and he was a former grandmaster of the B'nai Zion. He was also past president of the Histadruth lvrith of America and %  erved on the boards of the Jewish .National Fund and the Keren Hayesod. %  %  z %  %  %  %  • • 8ARKINS. V BESJAM.S >w I Oth St. 9 I FRIEDMAN. Mn • .' MILLER. MrAm "'11 > A I > .-S • 1 I ROTHSCHILD. H ::"• -. n 1'.'. RUBIN. MPearl H i; M p. HI Wedni Ri I TROPP. Vli tor I >r I: %  %  I %  Chi i:i BROWNSTEiN. Hun % *. •' "• t,.n. vv \", k \ !! COTLER. 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    Page 8-A JeHlsbthxIdtor Friday. August 6. 196$ Eshkol, Barbour Air Wa ter Project Miami Beach Attorney Harry B. Smith (right* and Mrs. Smith (leit) on a recent trip to Israel take time out to visit Greater Miami's twin city in Israel, Me Ami. which they described as exciting end breathtaking." Me Ami is a border settlement created by the Jewish National Fund in Israel after it was undertaken as a project by the Greater Miami INF Council. Similar border settlements throughout the Jewish State are helping to strengthen Israel's military capacity against Arab aggression and, at the same time, to develop the country's unsettled areas. Shown with the Smiths are a group of Me Ami settlers. Fortas Choice Elicits Much Praise Continued from Page 1-A jtor to the United Jewish Appeal in Washington. He was born in Memphis, Tenn., on June 19, 1910, and was sent by his Jewish parents to study first at Southwestern University and later at Yale University. He came to Washington to work as an attorney in agencies of President Roosevelt's New Deal Administration. Mr. Fortas. a close personal .friend of President Johnson, erved under PresidentRoosevel md Truman aa Undersecretary ot be Intern r. lie has been interest sd in problems of civil liberties and .1•' member <>t the Presi dent's Committee on Equal Employment in the Armed Forces. He is also a member oi the National Citizens Committee for Common ;t> Relations lie serve.! .>adviser to the L\S. delegation to the United Nationn, MAT. SAT. 2 00 P.M. The Incemparablt MENASHA SKULMK in hu> greatest comedy role £NTER u„,s,„n„ g MARTIN HUSTON •8-IT •! Mariea credit ca/di Kccptt* Mr •*! COCONUT GROVE I Restaurant Art CHtus-iT i narMi credit cardi Kccpttd tr Mvinct raaarean PLAYHOUSE Gallery HI 6-2581 Re 3500 Main Hlghw STARLIGHT ROOF DINNER-DANCING NIGHTLY TO THE MUSIC OF MAL MALKIN HIS PIANO AND HIS ORCHESTRA featuring SUE LAWTON Superb Continental Dining Visit the STARLIGHT LOl'NGE for a breathtaking vltW RafaelPorras on Accordion No Cover, No Mini.-m.fn LXML on the ocean at 48th Street, Miami Beach Reservations Required: JE 2-3600 i94. r >. He was a professor "f law .it Yale Universitj .md is i< rhaps i esl known as %  member ol the prominent Washington law firm ol Arnold. Fortas and Porter in announcing the appointment ol Mr Fortas, the President re lerred to his scholarl) and human qualities, his feelings toward f.', t and Israel's claim thai Lebanon is actual!) engaged in (it tor implementation ol teral \nSo icheme regardii lit onion The United StaU porte llj still cautioning raeJ %  gainst rash move* Arthritis Offices Moved Count) l>iv iaion of tl • ritia Foundation, Florida Cl merl) al 1206 Hnntingt m iial Building, Miami, is n rated ..i 393 Ara Av< CableJ Ph. 532-5502 GREYHOUND RACING POST TIMC 45:00 P.M. WINNER OF 8 ACADEMY AWARDS B£ST PICTURE KtX HABMSOH, BIST ACTOR GfORGr CUK0R, BIST DIRECTOR *• AUDREY HEPBURNREX HARRISON. Tici!C(xoeouff#ia.sioi w rsoti MMNU NO* %  %  LINCOLN THEATRE, LINCOLN R0A0 MUMI BEACH JI 21701 MICE SCALE EVENING PERFORMANCES MATINEE PERFORMANCES (including taet) Monday thru Fri., Sat.. Sun. All Matmeet Thursday t Hoi. OtCMESTRA SX7S 3 SO %2M LOGf 300 J7S 1JO PERFORMANCES AT 2 P.M. MATINEES • S 30 P M IVENINOS BOX OfFKI OPtN It SO te • 30 i |l HJU l f I Orp^y n*-\jvjmi rwcrini) Chairmen Listed At Beth Am Byron Cberkee, president of Temple Beth Am. has announced the fOOowing committee chairmen: Capital hinds. Statue) Gilbert; publicity, Carl Harold; capital Im provements. Ed Scharps; liaison with Temple chilis. Dr. Irwin Ber man: .summer program Dr Irwin Berman; youth activiti ley Zeskind; School Board, Dr Maxwell Dauer; yarzeit, Leonard ulget. Jack W< House. Jerome Anapol member-hip. Joseph Reidman; retention. Murray Dubbin; Bar Mitzvah ami aaflrmatlon, Leonard Kaplan; per tonnel, George Malm, legal and bylaws, Bvaa Obiter; religious service*, Dr Seymour Leopold, ushers. Max Raskin. Forum Dr Morton Notarius; high holidayIrving Lax; adult social, M.n-hall Simmons; adult education. Dr Martin Liebling; con, munity affairs and social action. Arthur laTOaU; library. Mrkrwin Berman and Mrs. Jaequelin.W..1 denberu, insurance. Leonard Hayet; show and drama. Martin Stem: •,cd • %  %  • S'... %  Reservations 444-8401 FLAGLER "SSf i J^J> y^AMp



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    page &-B •). %  (o-i.-.-rts that -he want, to attend, and in return she with hkn to .,:i ol the electrical conventions and -blood and thunder" movies But she insists, "mj husband comes first — before students, before music Before ..11 else, l>a\ut is first TlWr "is" a difference in flowers... try ours! BLOSSOM SHOP 1572 Washington Ave. Miami Beach CALL SYVIA MILSEN JE 2-3231 FREE DELIVERY ALL GREATER MIAMI RESIDENTIAL aha COMMERCIAL REROOfING and REPAIR SPECIAL'STS NORTH DADE ROOFING CO. RADIO DISPATCHED AH Type RooH Gutters and Spouting Written Guorontee FHA Financing FREE ESTIMATES CALL 681-0442 •681-6381 14011 N W 20th Ae ., M.omi Double Ring Rites For Renee Jaff e, Mr. Feingold Renee Jaffe and Laurence Fein roid exchanged wedding vows in a double ring ceremony on Sunday, Aug 1 2 p.m.. at the Seville Hotel. Rabbi Joseph K Narot officiated Color theme was pink and white ,, The bride is the daughter ol Mr. and Mrs Ralph Jaffe The -rooms parents arc Mrs Ann Sampson, Of 702 Mth SI Miami Beach, and Mr Joseph Feingold, ol Elizabeth, N.J. Ma ron of h -nor was Mrs. Kstelle Levene. Martha Feingold was junior bridesmaid, and Kalph Levene acted as ringbearer. Best man was Gerald Ticdlebaum. Ushers included Mark Jaffe. Michael Sampson. David Levene. M:>x Hagao, Kenneth Abrams. Akiva Goffer and Marvin Feingold. The bride was attired in a fulllength formal gown, featuring a cathedral train, bodice of French hue. and a skirt of peau dc Bole embroidered with lace and seed pearl appliques. Her bouquet was a cascade of white orchids. Newlywed Mrs. Feingold attend. ed Miami Senior High and the University of Miami where she received a Bachelor of Education degree At the l' of M. she was ex ecutive officer of Angel Flight. member of Alpha Sigma BpsUon and Orange Key. and president of the University College Student Government. She is currently teaching in the Dade County school system. The groom attended Miami Beach Senior High and the I'niversity of Miami where he belonged to Tail Friday, August 6. 15| '"" %  W (Vt-rnvi Kmhi MRS. IAUMNCJ FUNGOID Epsilon Phi Fraternitj He went to Vanderbill and the University ol Miami Law Schools He Is I mom her of the American and Florida Bar Ass nations, and ian BBS date m tin lam offices of ii C Fuller Reception and sit down dinner followed at the Seville. After a Jamaica honeymoon, the couple will be at home at the Villa Gables. 1145 Calabria. Coral Gables. Belle Mendelson, Martin Dernis To Live in Miami HtM BeJh Janet Men c.me the bride of Mart Dernis on Saturday evei 31. 7 p.m.. at Temple Isn-I R atl J Morris \V. Graff officiated it tfcj ceremony ( The bride if the daughter of ]b] •and Mrs Fcbert I. Itei 90th SI Surfsl k Tin' %  ~on of Mr rnd Mrs < '. 335 Washington Ave Maid t nor was \; \\ .. H Laufer. the former in-, M< r "f the Bridesmaids were Mrs der, aunt ol the bn<|. Elizabetf Kelly Lauri Kim and Ahsa i were flower ptrf. itrtrT Rul in was in iharge booh The lui. i ".ore a gft broiden d i < neon UICI | n ; -lii, th ith a nal •. i p neckline pves The taffeta formed a curnmerbuti waisl and w < pi mto %  (m her candieli accented aitli alencor %  i : %  luslon. p., -• n wai Morton fer, be ihei .n law of Ushers wi n Charles B • of thM id( Sil ,,i I • ir\e> Harris The brich is %  grad i ite • ami Beach High School Dad< ty Junioi t and i \ niversit) oi Miami. Mr Dl rnis ia grad lie L'mversitj of Miami 1 I He i. • alumnus oi Del a l. :• raternitj >n Sigma I Intel national Bus Fratermi aw i a i Miami Beac 1 Jaycees He is ;itti .ii4 \ on Miami Beach, %  • R G ion Reci tli4Vt'oll t" Ten I .,4-1 Guests included mat.-rnal gr.. I I).nik4 r and Mn Louis Beck" mat 4-r of the gn \i-loyci Snjder, aunt of ti. bud: n from Pennsj and Mrln in Hi friei d ol MrD rnis, fleu ii Cleveland I The couple flew to "•!•• %  th4ir horn On tli Ir re'un tlii > w ak< their I Mt K M I I \\ ernrr Kho MISS LINDA HALL Miss Linda Hall, David Goldin Plan Nov. Rites Mr. and Mrs Ralph F Hall, oi ii ltd Miami Beach iunce tinengagement of their ghter Linda Joyce, to David oi MrBarnetl Breeskin 5301 Alton ltd. Miami Beach, an.i the late Morns ,i Gold in Miss Hall is %  graduate of Miami Beach Migh School and attended the University 4>f Florida Mr Goldin graduated from Miami Beach High School and New York University A November wedding is planned. LEO HOHAUSER PLUMBING CONTACTING • KIP AWING I Serving Dade County Over 25 Years I Mail S.W. 14th ST. HI 6 9904 DOMESTIC MAIDS RESTAURANT & HOTEL HELP A-l EMPLOYMENT Ph. FR 9-8401 MS. VARTIN DIRNIS Junior College Courses Continuing education courses in MI. subject ill %  offered b) Mi ami D I eg e at il North Campus in tlifall term bt ginnli \ 0 This is the eat numb r ol IMMH redil schedule i bj tl.i %  e in any one tern llnj to L W Henderson director ol the collet ( ommunity Sen i< > %  Division In addition, in non-credit courses will be hel i at the Palmetto Center, 7401 5W 120th M and 23 al the new Miami Beach Center, 1420 Drexel Ave comi, sil \ i i: i v in s new. beautiful North M.omi Sc-et • • ier% 12390 W Dm* Hoy. i >-7624 T*-ere is only BILLY BELLACK ES'ERTA'NIN^ ORCHESTRA SPtCIAUZING IN WICDINGS I Bl* MITZVAHS Ir. Pe'ion Always WI 7-8124 The Family of the late AIIRAIIA.il WALDMAN thank off their friends for their kind sympothy eiteno'eo' during the recent loss of our hotharW mn4 rather, ana' especially maul to thaitk oil the memberi and SitUrnooi memberi of Tt-mole Beth Tov of Mftit Miami. MJS. ABRAHAM WA10MAN £Hi> FAMIf MARK* Cleaning laundry Storage 1201 -20th Street JE 8-6104 Miami Beach % OrfN 7 A.M.-9 P.M. Some Do Y Service '.,.,l n f,f„ r h iat *—... ———.^^....^..^^ irva/ur r-iaaatn-na nKsinii


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    (Jewish FlLoridlian Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY F& — Number 32 Miami. Florida, Friday, August 6. 1965 Two Sections — Price 23* GERMANS GOING HOME rypt in Trouble 'it It Jet Program fid Atom Project Hidden Nazi Money Supports Hate Drive iJTAi Egypt'i imal \Mel Nasser Is ible, much "I it finan loping further Ma Jet program and hiplans an atomic reactor, dis. eived here from Cairo Both the jet program iear reactor project are • %  • N.i>-er plan to develop • ,! weapons designed, ul\t TECHNICIAN [rest Made Bamberg indal Case I ; — (JTA> — A 20-year %  ,i dental techni Ian er had served %  a Poliafa prison aa %  minal and • %  • the SS, Hitler's elite larici; traces he had left at ; tcer.tt of hi* swastika daubI, including fingerprints and •prints, led investigators to horre of Woitiik's mother, re h% was apprehended. The • I police chief said: "Wa hop* ma far is ended new." Ha however, that there ere III suspicions that Woitxik may e bn aided by othert. and prc* of tha exittance of • stibi* b r • a d • r anti-Semitic it still continuing. touci aid they found at Woil hf~ie portraits of Hitler. Cci vnued on Pge 13-A timately. for aggression againa Israel on the jet propulsion program, which ireported to be in i "state of anarchy" now. the difficulty revolves tbi ut 2<>o German icientists anil technicians who ware report' ed ready to leave Cairo and return to Germany, because they had not received their salaries recently and were not sure they would get their money soon. On the atomic front, the Cairo report! indicated that Natter was having trouble raising about $70,000.000 ho needt to build a nuclear reactor that would also provide facilities for desalination of seawattr. That plant was scheduled to be built naar Alexandria. Reports received m Washington this week told oi 200 West German Bviation experts and technicians quitting jobs in Egypt and returnContinued on Pag* 15 A BRUSSELS — (JTA) Vast funds hidden in various countries tiuring the last days of the Second World War by Nazi leaders are still being used to support Facial and M Nazi movements in various parts of the world and to pay the expenses for the defense of Nazi war criminals who face trial. This was disclosed here by Hubert Halin. president of the Experts Committee of the International Union of Resistance and Deportee Movements, who reported at a press conference on the ip i findings lie appealed for information on the distribution of such funds, Mr. Halin also reported on numerous attempts to revive Nazism in Belgium, especially the creation here of a section of the National Socialist World Union under the direction of a certain Rudiger van Zande, a representative in Liege of a commercial firm. Van Zande's stationery, he said, is printed with the swastika and Hitlerian eagle, and he is known to IKconnected with o'.her Fascist movementas well as with the Arab League. Mr Halin also noted that an in ternational camp devoted to "the struggle against the .lews and loyalty to Hitlerism" will be held in Belgium in August with the participation of German. French and English as well as Belgian Fascists. Ceremonies are also scheduled In memory of August Borme. Belgian separatist executed for treason in 1*46. he said. Moscow Promises New Jewish Prayer Books •* Germans Worried By ti Israel Envoy JiMt MtOtD PAGl 5 A ,\\ JTA) HiRe> Heiu ;,: |i tx : tlM Lutheran cle i • % %  i t >r his ant Na %  activi e ,i u in i the war and the onl> German called by the Israeli pros tify at the trial ol the late Adult Eichmann, appealed here for a cessation of the demonstrations that have been Staged in Israel against the acceptance of Dr. Kolf Pauls as West Germany's first Ambassador-designate to Israel. In a letter to Israel's Foreign Minister Golda Merr. Rev. Grueber appealed to her to try to see to it tha. "the demonstrations cease. Since they are prejudicing Israel's own interests ami the work of Israel's friends in Germany." At the same time, the 73-yearold clergyman, whom the Naxis deportee 1 to a concentration camp for having rescued Jewish children, sent a similar appeal to the Association of Former Concentration Carrp Inmates in Israel. He offered to come to Israel "to discontinued on Page 2-A NEW YORK (JTA' — Soviet authorities in Moscow have prom laed to correct several specific rievancea long voiced in regard to USSR discriminations against .i, ws in the Soviet Union, the press rep rte l b < %  re this week in dispatches from Moscow. The prom were reported tO have beer' made to lectmr'a Chief Rabbi Yehuda Leib Levin, who had repled ;es to a nine-man from the Rabbinical I HI cil -'I • %  %  lea thai is ; %  cording to the i f ports in the New York Times and New York Herald Tri I Line, inchi led pledges thai 10.-h pray*r bookv IKprinted; that 20 yeshiva stu ii various sections of t>he i SR would be give n resi kence permits, so that they could attend the Yeshiva in the Central S>na ogue in Moscow; and that permission would be given to the Jews in the USSR to bake matzoh for next Pa isover No date was given for the publication of the prayers books. The Herald Tribune correspondent pointed out, however, that, under Soviet law, Jews have always been allowed the privilege of baking matioh—but have not been provided by local authorities the facilities nteded for matioh baking. Il has not yet %  pen sol : itnoted, concerned the Ii ck 11 consecrated cemetery i : r lews, especially in I < %  -.. !, where the old Jewish burial indi arc full bul no permission for c insecraiion ot another site Continued on Page 8-A BJJBB BBL 4t fr***J K!_ %  %  LJIBW m B. L 13 1 ill &. Bl anw A^hu RABBI ISRAtl MltUR headed U.S. delegation Two London Temples Burn in New Attack LONDON — (JTA) — TWO more synagogues were set afire and badly damaged in different parts of renter London on Sunday. The attacks were the 21st and 22nd of this t>pc in London since last fall, despite iha special precautions taken to guard Jewish communal property. The first of the fires broke out shortly after midnight at the II;ue. Firemen found thai Inflammable liquid had been poured on the edifice The blaxe blew out most of th* synagogue's windows, and damaged the floor and much of the woodwork. Scrawled on one of the walls were the slogans "Heil Hitler!,'' and "We shall free Britain from Jewish control." A! .ut two hours later, fire blazed %  n an entirely different section of the city, in a synagogue on Lea Bridge Road, Clapton The damage Continoed on Page 3-A Fortas On Court Bench Given Praise WASHINGTON (JTA) — The appointment by President Johnson Ol Abe Fortas. the prominent Jewish lawyer, as Associate Justice Of the United States Supreme Court to fill the vacancy left open by the naming of Arthur J Goldberg as head of the US. delegation to the I' n 11 e d Nations, was hailed throughout the nation this week as a valuable addition to the ranks of the court. Mr Fortas told the Jewi.-,h Tele graphic Agency that he considers himself to be Jewish He said this to clarify his own conception of his religious identity in view of his lack of formal affiliation with Jewish institutions or organizations Although he is not affiliated formally with any Jewish group, Mr. Fortas is known as a contribContinued on Page 6-A tfSft BG Lists Conditions for Cabinet Post me CAVIO IfM-CUtlON ceastifah'eaaJ erevisioa TEL AVIV — iJTA) David Ben-Gorton, the ex-Premier now campaigning on behalf of his own Israel Labor List in the forthcomiOg el<,ii>us to the Knesset (Parliament ). said here at an election rally that his faction would be ready to Join Israels next Govern ment providing certain other par ties were to be excluded from the next coalition. He named Specifically, among other parties he would want excluded, the joint list Of Herat and the Liberal Party, and the Communist Party. Meanwhile, the Mapai Party Secletanat. which Mr. Ben-Gurion is fighting, lias referred the move to expel him and his political adherents to the party's Court of Honor The Secretariat and party leader ship had already voted the expulsion. But Reuben Barkatt, secretary of Mapai. said that, in accordance with strict constitutional proiriaions, such a step must be da c ded finally by the Court of Honor There wa< little doubt, however, that the Court of Honor would rule lor expulsion. The leadership bureau of the Mapai Party earlier decided here at a meeting attended by Prime Minister Levi Eshkol to send official letters to ex-Premier David Ben-Gcrion and all other known adherents of his new Israel Labor List, informing them formally that they have been expelled from the party. The decision was taken because Mr. Ben-Gurion and his supporters have claimed that the decision of the Mapai Secretariat last week to oust the Ben-Gurionists had StaContinued on Page 7 A



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    Page 8-A +Jmistncrk*>n Fridcy. Auqtut S. 1955 U.S. Posts Will Stock Israel Items Hebrew Academy Hich School students and graduates hold discussion on "The Place of Seccndarw Education in Jewish Life.' Heading e panel is Dr. Sarr.uel Ersof. professor of •ducation at the University of Miami and educational consultant to the Academy. Left to riqht are Dr. Ersoff, Miriam Greenberq. Mark Schickman. Steven Shcntzis. Yehuda Azuiav. Carolyn Budn:ck. Bonnie Brody. Saur.dra Lipman and Toby Cavell. Program was aired over WCKT Ch. 7. Reds Promise Jewish Prayer-books Continued from Page 1-A has ... yet been granted Not only '• but even younger Jew • t-ported concerne • 1 tuld not be permitted to be buried in consecrated grounds. Rabbi Levin told the American ra : he had received the asregarding the other t: ances from A. A. Puzin, chairman ot the Soviet Government's Council for the Affairs of Religious Cults ever, Rabbi Israel Miller, the ; the American rabbinical quoted a~ • '•] am stiil a little skeptical. Voi. A all kinds of promises have been made in the ; With regard to the preparation of the Jewish prayerbooks, Rabbi Levin told American correspondents that it took him two years to translate into Russian for the Soviet censors the material which will be published in Hebrew in the Soviet Union. bi said he did not •n the three-volprayer booh w ould be ready %  ai even if thi I %  %  i to the printer tomOTT • woul I 'afce two or three month* bef< r." He expres hope that the) may be ready ... t i !•" ution during h Hoi) Days In the m intime he has not annour : th t to i I %  the nooks. I have notbinj announce," he said. 1 Levin also told the Amerrrespondents hi %  • %  ..n enrollment "f 30 students lid he expects to start classes at the yeshiva immediately after the High Holy Days. He and Me nasha Mik,hailovi:ch. president of Moscow's Central Synagogue, told the correspondents that American Jews, either as individuals or in groups, are welcome to visit if they come in a spirit of peace and unity" and not for the purpose ct •writing slanders about our country The American Conference on Soviet Jewry this week issued a policy statement declaring that, 'despite token concessions in recent months," the situation of the Jews in the Soviet Union "remains unchanged." The statement reaffirmed the Conferences "determination" to continue protest action in this country against Soviet anti-Jewish discriminations." Soviet Jews continue to be the object of a policy of systematic attrition aimed at its forcible assimilation and its spiritual and cultural extinction," the statement declared. fOR BtTTW Ht/.UH V'SIT THf MIAMI HEALTH INSTITUTE •HYSICAI TH^-PY BOOT COHOmO'.i;GENCRAl DIAGNOSIS & X-RAY ON'C IdlilC&T: 1 .5 UlTRA SONIC THERAPY CAB.'N£TS and MASS I 7235 Biscayne Blvd. Phone PL 7-7234 ROOF LEAK? CALL VICTOR CONN Let us repair it or apply a new one. For free estimate phone: rN ACME ~^ IKOOIIX, T 685-1952 Rabbi Seymour J. Cohen, C [i rence .-teering committee chair man. expressed "hope that reports of new Soviet concessions for the printing of prayer books, and housing for a seminary to train 20 rabbinic students, were accurate." Such deeds, he said, would be S step in the right direction. Howes er. he cautioned Jewish leaders and others not :o be "overly optimistic" since the Soviet authorities have repeatedly made similar promisefor propaganda purposes and then found convenient ex to withdraw the initial permission The (/inference announced an Eternal Light Vigil to take place in Washington beginning on Sundav. Sept 19. On that day. special cere lies in Lafayette Park will launch a nationwide campaign of similar meetings against the S \ let policy n Jews The Vigil will l>e attended by leader-hip dell lions from local and national Jewish agencies V, ISHINGTI v > JTA'Amerinnel v; : products • ex langi lit the world, eements signed here %  Unbass m Hai man with Phillips .. tan 5 ..ol \ c -with the 5i all >rized Is1 oi ei-oiami Payments will be partly in Israeli pounds from counterpart funds owned by the U.S. Government, and partly in dollars. Each case wi'l be decided on its merit. 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    ir 1 -.UTi''' J 1965 + klsl nrr/fftr Page 15A SUMMER AND TAKING TO THE ROAD ate We Give Up Hospitality \ole to Big Organizations ,, DAVIO SCHWARTZ %  t. r u UaM we take road • • "'" e for hos Hospit ilitj today is not C ( || was to our i ii r day I heard [., %  %  >">hospitalad: sa,,,: *' Yes > e hotrls and fl, In iduaJ haTP %  ;vah to organsi part. mj father's uesl was all) for the i • him hospitality %  trvah, n to o( the • • thai it i~ which one • rid tilt : :-\\ that "i I' • • %  • i that the i • • olicif for i J bosh. The potti ind 'h rich man came out embarrassed, apolajgiiirtg. •'Don't apologize." said the rabbi. "You acted even better than Moses. It is written that welcoming a guest transcends welcoming the Divine Presence. When Cod manifotecl himself to MOMS, the latter hid his face, but you hid your entire bixty Abraham was so hospitable that his hOUH had dooron all %  idea, so no \\.i\farer could miss it. You can (ell a town In n| oi pitality. In Sodom, ancient cttj of Iniquity, it the guest ^T an inn W as ton Ion : for the bed, they 't* mot mtot'n Jot*. r 0 f t 1 Veil get th K MOST from t O Coast to 1 1 10-11 AY CRUISE 2nd & 4th Tuesday Each Month — \ear Round TO THE BAHAMAS l. S. t'.aast Guard Approved Full Diesel Power and Sail* "THE PRIDE" informal romfort to iland hideaways and eichina Ilahanias NSarl renters lIIOM 52:1-7090 A*k Your Travel Agent — or Contact ii-'^A Coastf\( Stop at any of our modern MILNER hotels conveniently located THROUGHOUT America! 'S.SO ft Der liitMts: • Fill Tilt VISION • AltCONDITIONING • THE BATH • WAU-TO WAU CAIFETING • MODI SN FURNISHINGS • NIWIY DfCOIATtO BOOMS • coMPim HOTII SIRVICE %  Cr Ba u H(ul AHlNf* MOTHS an. • fov 'J vhr< wi ••^"•t'r A*("r ho it i ro'ea fI>CK.p4 o^a ind.y.duOi* contocl OwT ioiei Oepl. *o lewwvot.oni, biocK^cei ond ^•dit -oiJs. wt.re toMILNER HOTELS It is a mitzvah to he hospitable, but the truest too has some reciprocal obligation. I remember, in my parents' home, guests would sometimes forget to leave, a few staying on for weeks. Maybe they were not always as comfortable as they might have been. The beds were often improvised out of chairs, but the food was fair and there were no bills. The guests seemed to like that. I imagine most hotels would do better business if they eliminated bills. Tha Midrash note* that "it is the custom of ths world, when a guest arrives, he is given on the first day a calf slaogrttereo in his honor; on the second day, a sheep, on the third day, only a fowl." Ben Franklin said the same things more crudely. "Fish and vi.siti>r> smell alter three days." Guests should nut overstay their welcome. There is a wther Jewish rule about guests. It says: "A guest should not bring along a guest of his own to another's hoiic." This was not infrequently done among Jews but was disapproved of ia the best circles. Only Bahamas Airways has 7 daily liiBhis and a special 17 hour excursion lare to mmwn •pedal 17 hour nan en fan r, fi'jM iCir cios oY'/ (ton a.ial <:?; irfm$2I Wtrt-si tirai v 50 daily miami to ireeport 4:00 am 8:00 am 11:00 am 2:00 pm 5:00 pm 7:00 pm 10:00 pm daily treeport lo miami 2:30 am 5:30 am 9:30 am 12:30 pm 3:30 pm 6:00 pm 8:30 pm ANASSCC'^TEC MjENl I0AO VlAMI: 3r?l30l FT LA'JDLROALE; 5.4 J 5 ;l i W. PALM BCACH: *1-643J TICKETS TOURS CRUISES HOLIDAY HUNTERS TRAVEL AGENCY PLANNED INTERNATIONAL TOURS "We Can Be of Service to You on Your Next Holiday Hunt" 5830 Sunset Drive, So. Miami MO 6-2516 7551 Dadeland Mall Ph. 667-2524 # OVER-LOOK1NO OCEAN AND BEAClt \t ILLINOIS AVENUE. ATLANTIC CITY. N. JL Our guests return year after year for many reasons — SUPERLATIVE FOOD served in Gracious Air Conditioned Rooms— Guest Entertainment ProgramI.ovely Lobbies — Cafa Madison-Ret* taurant-PANORAMIC VIEW of OCEAN and BAY from SUM DECK and SOLARIUM on 14th Floor. 60% of our room* hav Ocean View -Many hava TV. Faw hve air conditioning — thaj don't need It. Location il tha Heart of Atlantic City's Resort, Amusement and Shopping Area. Usa Tha Madison Beach Chairs. OCEAN VIE W >7 rt %. Rooms $• k,. / %  raakfMt / For M /mm*] 9 ** sous. Color Folder, WriUi tha MadUo* ••••••



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I Cantor Israel Kershner. I • JS.NSHE EMES. 2533 SW 19th Ave. P conservative, Emanuel Kushelew,t V £ ~J-JM^ •• £ president. —Word* are Sol Sufficient."' TUha BETH KOOESH. 1101 SW 12th Ave. Modern Traditional. Rabbi Max Shapiro. Cantor Benjamin Ben-An. Frlda! eunaet teaturda) IS a ni Sermon: "Destructive Force*." i'i.-ii.-.-. ..M at .'•:;'• p.m.: "Portion •>> the BETH DAVID. 2625 SW 3rd Ave. Conservative. Rabbi Sol Landau. Cantor William W. Lipson. Frlda) family lervlce I p.m. in the onapel Saturda) 9 a.m. In the chapel. Sermon: "Isaiahs Vision ml Fulfillment." Mlncha and Maarit :J0 p.m. Ti*ha B'Av observance iiti reading of "Book of Lamentation" :u T:M l HI Sunday Tisha B*A servlci K am BETH EL. 500 SW 17th Ave. Orthodox. Rabbi Soiomon Schiff. • BETH ISRAEL. 711 40th St Orthodox. Rabbi Berel Wein. Friday 6 p.m. Saturdaj :• a.m Pall} ir.W ten I iri \ |ce SO I'.ni Sermon: antrontlna i '> I '., II BETH MOSHE CONGREGATION 13630 W. Dixie Hwy. Conservative. Rabbi Ricnard Marcovitz. Cantor Seymour HinkesFrldnj vi.'> p.m. Rabbi Marcorlts will be back In the pulpil following hU vacation. Katurdnj s IS %  m. a BETH TFILAH. 935 Euclid Ave. Orthodox. Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovsky. • — BETH TORAH. 164th St. and NE 11th Ave. Conservative. Rabbi Max Lipschitz. Cantor Ben-Zion Kirschenbaum. i— da] I :• "i Saturdaj • 1.1 a m Mincha 8:30 p.m Shachaiis 7 and I ;• m Dail) Mlncha 7 p.m BETH JACOB. 301 Washington Ave. B'NAI RAPHAEL 1401 NW 183rd St. Hebrew Lesson n:r >> • Professor Martin Buber Many Jerusalemites are acquainted with the house in which the late—ed.) philosopher Martin Buber lived ami created Very often r i *. loll l>1 young and Joyful students pass i>> his home in the late hours of the •pCi^'En "1X1*1 T[ ISC n*3n evening, quietly ami with a feeling of respect A few months ago, a group of studentdecided to change their usual practice T h e y went %  with torches to the home <>f I Professor and die. red in his honor This — in honor oi his 85th birthWe ne not sure that all the young men who cheered the Pr feasor are acquainted with bis ritings and doctrine. Howi -i'-d .,,— such ithe fate ol many philosu .lnaQll ]72 miy7 D pl"T100 pherj and writer-, even those who turn into a legend, • %  "national time" even in their young age .' B ler" liefame a national I ; the Jew %  I • '....: an) mired him the world n\er His phi losophy, commentaries ol the Bible, an I il Hassidic literature were published in English and Ger man in our days, a philosophical pn Mem can not be discussed without reference to Buber's theory. One of Ills well known admirers was Dag Hammarskjold, secretary general of the United Nations, hammarskjold. on whose shoulders rested all the problems of the world, personally saw to it that the writings of Buber should be translated into Swedish. .OiTTI 'QTJ Tl? -iT'-M"? (Published by Brith Ivrith Olamith) HEBREW ACADEMY. 24O0 Pmetree Dr. Orthodox. Rabbi Alexander S Gross. HOLLYWOOD TEMPLE SINAI. 1201 Johnson St. Conservative. Rabbi David Shapiro. Cantor Yehudah Heilbraun. • HOMESTEAD JEWISH CENTER. Bth St Ho bestead. Conservative. Cantor Pincus Aloof. %  a — ISRAELITE CENTER. 3175 SW 25th St. Conservative. Rabbi Shmaryahu T. Swirsky. Cantor Louis Cohen. JACOB C. COHEN COMMUNITY SYNAGOGUE. 1532 Washington Ave. Orthodox. Rabbi Tibor H. Stern. Prlda 6 10 p MI Saturdaj :'•" a.m >.. n n "A World Pilled i tii | Em ..MII-.Adull edui atlon • p in Mined i •::'" p m T.-li.i [I \> !.,-: i oe, ivlth chanting "f "Book i.mi. -ni.iti-'ii-" I :; p.m Tlahii it'.w service Sundaj 7 :<" a.m. KNESETH ISRAEL 1415 Euclid Ave. Orthodox. Rabbi David Lehrfield. Cantor Abraham Seif. Frlda.' • in : %  m. Saturdaj %  %  i m Sermon "The !-•-! Word* • %  M An. rnoon ser> li •• 7 p m e MIAMI BEACH ETZ CHAIM. 1544 Washington Ave. Orthodox. Rabbi Abraham Strassfeld. e MINYONAIRES CONGREGATION. 373? Bird Rd. Modern Traditional. SYNOPSIS OF THE TORAH PORTION DEVARIM M,,.,,explains and interpretthe U to the people ..„. Jordan in (be lnd Nailm is e TEMPLE ADATH VESHURUN. Conserv.itive '025 NE "SJra bt V ami Gardens Rd. Cantjr Maurice Nei 5150 S Kendall m Rabbi TEMPLE BETH AM Dr.. So Miami. Herbert B.i .inqard. %  I 11 e TEMPLE BETH EL OF HOLL1 WOOD '351 S 14th *.Retorni. R.ibbi Samuel %  e TEMPLE BETH SH'RAH 7J0C SW St Ret. II tiomel R ibbi Morrii t -e ilPLE BETH SHDLEM of H wood. 172:', Monroe S*. ..shy Cant nest Sterner e TEMPLE BETH SHO'.OV 4'44 ( Ave. Lib*. bl Leon Kronish. Cantor D.ivid Conv rlirtt J tt %  %  oil l;il\ "I T Tl e TEMPLE BNAI SHOLOM 16800 NW 22nd Ave. Conservative. Rabbi S. M. Machtei. Cantor Abraham Reiseman. •1. 1 ,. u ..... i !.. || 1 ., : e TEMPLE BETH TOV 64M SW 8th St. Conservative. Rabbi Zevi Green. wald. Israel Poet Wins Prize TEL AVIV (JTA) — Uri Zvi Greerrberij. h o I d e r of the Israel prize in literature, was awarded here this week the third annual Irving and Bertha Neuman Prize, for his book of poems. "Masechet Hamatkonet Vehadmut," which will be published soon. The award was made by New York University and carries with it T V • I *7ti rmiC? mm 1 ? icn %  %  1 : %  l T p'Vjixa mpnsnn T\M*Q rmrox DI?*33 T-K irna-iMi a prize of $100 ,n a ceremon > aI nnJvj uayjj | .n jai^-Jl Bar nan University here, it was %1 72 THD'a "'DiDi^'D TI'T 'jtf Vnamatai to the poet by Prof. ,; I Abraham Katsh, chairman of .1313 Vtf iPlin 1 ? D~*Pn ; 7 NVU's Department oi Hebrev '"' • 1 Culture and Education, and diQ-.nin D-S-lSJ^n p inx I uri InsUtute of He eiWnwian'irniWw I V T Y T -, %  •niaxn) D-wn T:•?D-T i L ":i:? niinx?an T : T "?y rin:': rn a'-^n nrsa IT. *V~X ]DXD JX1 TWI3 riD-j 1 ? 1^2 'ana Bunrrt* X'TBrTI TEMPLE EMANUEL. 1701 Washing, ton Ave. Conservative. R.ibbl Irving Lehrman. Cantor Zvi Adler 6 1 i i Baturda) :• • m Ulncha T p in. By RABBI HAROLD RICHTER Congregation B'nai Raphael Rabbis ha\e long been called in -I'mth 1: i ople as counselors their man) problems it must, however lie rei ted b) ratv bis and congregants that he who approaches a < %  • latter serves i" -i e ipai itj 1does the atrist 1 p s y 1 h 1 • ral I • an ,i e v 1 XABBi ICHT£ .'it \ new : •:: es| ed !i> \ u tor E I his mar ir Meaning" Squan • Rabbis Invited To Institute On Ecumenism By Special Report Representatives of the Syna Prankl, a practicing psychiatru in Vienna, hadeveloped a nev of soul therai > known as Kotherapj >f psy I : ave taught th..t ma nutate i bj his nth 01 -ni":drive J Mr •*• %  nial fulfill that the stroi • in life \ .:• %  '.p rom I : %  • ills hat !• %  \ 1 ording 1 i itiki the li era pi t (hi %  f whal I 1 1 the 1 .1 in 1 \ p th It ma) -:iur. 11 %  • p 1 -, 1 vital 1 ole ir. 1 urtng the many 1 .. to n di-, ovei 1 %  %  (rraSs n-ias rrn nKSlni) \ DR MAX LI! B TEMPLE ISRAEL OF GREATER MIAMI. 137 NE 1th St. Reform. Rabbi Joseph R. Narot. • TEMPLE JUDEA 320 Palermo Ave. Liberal-Reform. Rabbi Morns Kipper. r*rldn> s ,, ,„ Richa -i Horwlch, ber it the Board •' Trusteei and man "f the Membei -h p %  'ommittee, nill comluol the svornhlp -.1 e — TEMPLE MENORAH 620 75th St Conservative. Rabbi Mayer Abramowitz. Cantor Edward Klein. a TEMPLE NER TAMIO. 80th St and Tatum Waterway. Modern Traditional R.ibbi Eugene Laboviti Can. tor Saul M. Breeh. e TEMPLE OR OLOM. Conserve! .. SW '6th St. Miami R.ibbi Samuel April. Cantor Nico Feloi-iae TEMPLE SINAI OF NOR T H V: M '5th Ave Low, Cantor Cnet Gale e TIFEHETH JCO' 4th A Hialeati • v %  e TEMPLE ZAMORA 44 Z.imora Ave CoBen D cke TEMPLtC ZlON SOOO Miller Rs Conseiv.itive Rabbi Aifrefl .Hassidim Build Own Enclave M \\ VoltK (WNS Has sidim of Rabbi Solomon HaJbe stam known .>• the Bobover Kebo* tinw ee k broke pound In Whitestone lection ot the Boruu< %  ol Queens fur what the> tvi|x<* fcogue Council of America will palultimately develop in Bobov CUj ticipale in a consultation called a Hassidic enclave with a ciimata by the World Council of Churche>' conducive to the movement and Ike Ecumenical Institute at the Cha locial and religious welfare of kta teau de Bossey, Switzerland, from followers Planners of the proit-c Aug. 12 t" 20, according to an an currently calling for the establish 1 \ nounceim-nt by Rabbi Seymotir J Cohen, president ol the Synagogue Council of America, and Dr. Eugene ISmith, executive were tary of the World Council of Churches in the United states. A group ot 11 Jewish religious from the United States Europe and Israel will meet with %  ip if Protestant, Anglican and Orth km Christian It aders to [he Situs %  %  rver A ill be ment of 300 garden apanaieot units, bope eventually to attra. snme 1,000 Hassidic families Mo*' rn t.'ie Bobover Hassidim who a-,? expected t" move into the new on clave are now residents ot th 11 Heights section of Bruokly i. ;• cent site u( racial tensions B'nai Raphael Member Drive Opens This Week I TiFERfc'H ISRAEL. Ave. Conte' N Miami Raooi Henry YOUNG iSRAE90 NE I7et St %  %  thn %  %  %  it the moral heritage ol .1 \ f 100 m Wilb %  aid • —il the unaffi amilies in the IS nrl^itiJ*;



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    .-"e L-Jmlstfkrk/ftr Friday. August G. 1953 Jews 'Explain 9 South Africa **>*^ ~. --J „. by the more p*oally when their Ac.-7--' G:~eLscr. educ^.cr. d-'ectc: cf Beth Torah Cooireoacor. %  few ---—----;.'~ Meted Kbgan Ml and SorrierCote ni i i i am ;: Be* PbicA arhfl • a lfnrfmq r^rr.c Ramos AIM s_~.~er Ir. z-z:.:r. M~.< r.zzziz. and Aadmi Scnot: OH H!0 at Ibu Hecrew-soucr-.ric; canfj .:cctuc ~ New ':';.-* St.rte Germans Hate for Continued frm P*9 1-A t.ss 1 ~*ter rot at a reore>4Tttiv s* ttiw Gnrin Fed'al G*wrnir\ftt bvt as *n old :i-ns esTirad*." In Jerusalem mean* 1 • %  mber* : .ann ecu%  Fear New Israeli Envov \< na>i SV> \<.4Mvl K 63 JS Calliat *.. Minmi Beach Ei6-2iW Pkuwei 86S-7673 SEATS ARE NOW AVAILABLE row ROSH HASHONA t.%3 fOM KIPPUR SERVICES ORTHODOX M i SlUft %  'td %  %  thai .. %  %  t h< illustrate fan 1 %  *5W vwyi ro. *jW>IIMl s^tf ap* bPtl Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovsky Phone JE 1-3595 9!5 MKniOAN AVE.. MIAMI BEACH -*fS7 0M£ ^ ^*^ 5^ %  Tel Wl 5-7631 k I ; t Ex*W(ly for I Cere ^f he Cov'eseet. CW oM t-i &c'i'-ici PfiT • CwiplMeii Ai CMil. m 4 f M I | Hyfi SloH • SMOOUI Cordcn-lhc C'-.n, • McmiwMi An l"Mn t Cut4**n Mull* NATIONAL Gl'tAJUCi iOCIlTY 14401 NORTHEAST 14th AVf. AT W. OlXlf MWY. MIAMI t. FLORIDA THE McCUNE COMPANY CONSULTANTS — APPRAISERS MIAMI Established 1314 FRanldin 3-7796 "nOMfT DAY mitd NtGHT SfRV/Cf %  NeCOBMlCK-BOYETT PLUMBING CONTRACTORS WR SALES, SERVICE or REPAIRS Phone PI 7-0606 9443 PARKWAY DRIVE MIAMI SHORES, FLA. i^. | MM II Bath. JTA it JO. iBllfi The present pM -t m !• "*> repudiated Mil fHiilfin and ha^ indeed exexaied come -•-•:. r.23 influence ,.-. foHoven who. from b^ ry. cultuxr rcfiCkaa and ha. Kama, manitanaa endear, aad ..,.... *,h the taP* the -' Board pom* ent In Verwoerd — u 11 h the community ar* liocaa itm could not mt tenouus nature, the rep.rxe the la$t Conjrm of &f&f Board, he'd in 19*? These %  needed **"e dr*ferences berween ls-al and Sovth Ah-ica on South Africa* rcu poficies, at the United Na*rons Mr vji-ran "T OTARION HEARING AIDS • • A Uoltt WHILE YCU WAfT bMvin •< M. „ fcnper.af Hearmg Aid Ca. 14 N.E 2nd A. 3771023 TfJ TtADlS ACE EMPLOYMENT SERVICE l It !)-:M;OT 1 J COLO"?" 0T-€=S -E^sc^S > I • ; • V OS -.-iNTA-CTEL-ELP ; I hope Grandi likes i fiower r beaut'f land 1 rentlv c^-ei for 1 our departed Iced on-: VtAMl %  %  •*t*E* ^4/ y<^-/ \Zfi7WA MO 1-7693 ANSWERITE TELEPHONE ANSWERING SERVICE — Serving — JCFffRSON UNfON NWMtANO FRANKLIN MUIRAT PUZA NCWTON FR 3-5581 YOUR TELEPHONE PROPERLY ANSWERED IS YOUR GREATEST BUSINESS ASSET mak:r* it ciemr that the South ncan iewiwi eanmR* could ui lj be heli accouatabie f'>r -abinuM of Jacx KJ*I to their sales staff Kau vrr\
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    her.. Auq~3: 5. 1963 -Jel*l rkrktfitn Paqe 11-B LEGAL NOTIC1 THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT ,/, .o FO* 3AOE COUNTY, f tOH.OA ,N PROBATE Na. cWJea-C NTHAI* ~-TlCE TO CREDITOR* >ii 11 %  I PNNM OV ,n.l? Aaalm-t s..ii i,.. ... notifk*4 and r — L .... j Uinm an.I %  •• [ %  iT*> have aicuiii<-l I Vellthal !• .,1 lvne Countjr. Flmi.la. ... t\ intj I .a.:*-. ••( lhde Conn, in* In .luplhate and i ,. -.. ••. a 73S.11 l-lnrida j i | in t!*• (• % %  nil| • uld i '"Uiit>. PtOT| i, • v .l.ir month., ii..in j ,.: Ih. IVM i-uMliMtioli her[ be hairwu. I Mia IWi.la. thai 6th. A.I' %  !• I.A r-NTHAl. f Kwtalv ..f !!..-. I '• • i.| • I litll.itli M .•:. %  IUVIN WIKM I'-1 }:. I.. wniU.L IUIU Miami. Fta. : K.iji-::... • o THE COUNT' JUOCE4COURT IN ..'.D FOR 3'OE COUNTV, LORIO* •• PROBATE No 97M4-A UU UXMKA8 NOTICE -0 CREDITORS ..: i l'el >0JM 11 .\ Ai.i • .t .. ni r. .,!..< .111.1 ll•• ... WHCT KA.MI\>IJ.' • %  111. I > •i "liter "' *B< i : %  u To ilupll, .1, ...i, .i llu i, • • I *,.!, %  i '..an •' :. ..-Ii Ul II Hill lit llu i| ..:... k< i I i u %  Mi. thlH '•III I \.-ii.VS II VM.l.K I MINSK \itum %  i .' rt 7 i DAHMU LEGAL NOTICE BY HENRY LEONARD 'I'll see you next year at Interfaith Week." C.r. 1**4. 0*f" '•• LEGAL NOTICE I LEGAL NOTICE r i IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DAOE COUNTY. FLORIDA IN PROBATE No. 6W4IC '...• .f NE1_r VXlUbiUN, is. ... i NOT.CE TO CREDITORS Ail i i. Hii. ia \.: i-. un H.n uj i'tabu* ••; i•.-iii^ii.i.-. \...in Vim .1.. h. ri •> • • %  •.HI. a nod i. • • >. I r> I I.. ''I'. •.Ml ." V • MM %  I %  !. .'.:...%  \.\1 'I.I.. %  li..i.-..| I !"i.iii-;..u Count). IN Ti IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COLRT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA IN PROBATE No 67792 IN I:I:. i:,t..i. .\.\u I:I. KM:.AN. Is.. NOTiCE TO CREDITORS To AH %  iml \J Pi liau "i I %  U.iiii' : -... I I V...1 ire In l • .1 i l|d Pi quired i .... t".ll|.| llii ll 1 Ii n ll %  • %  .\ M. i... KAli.A.N. tli late .-' I %  ... %  unty. NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE iIUCREBY RIVEN ili.it ih. undcreljcneil, rteairUw to • na. %  • -. uml< i Hi. is ,. of BKTTY CASSIpY IM'TTON. .11... IIKTTY I'ASBlbT at number JiKJ LailKford Bldg in tli.I'II ..I Miami. Florida Intend* to regtalar tha raid ti.in. wi|h the i Ink of tha Circuit Cotirl ..." uade County, Pluridfl Dated at Miami, II..1IL1, thi.19th da} ..f .iuh. IM BK'fTY I'AiSlUY HITii.X 7 I. :.•<. • |-1] IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT IN AND FOR DAOE COUNTY. FLORIDA IN PROBATE No. 674UA IN RE: la-Mt. ..t U \i: O'llKN' Ih-, ,a-. ,1 NOTICE OF PROBATE TIM: SI ATI: • F PL< IKIDA in VI.I. IKI:.SUN>INII:I:USTI:I> IN Till: KSTATE i'ISAU' I'Ki'lH'KNT. You a>.. h.r..l,..\ n..t 'i.-,l t!,ai ., wrltt.ti in.-ii nil. ,nt puri>urtiiui to ha iL. 'i-' ill mil t.-ianiiiit ill i~u..l .1.. •'•'it hai I i.lniif..| t.i prorate i'i Raid Cilirt. > %  -n Pi li.'.l.y i.itiinuli'lni within >.\ calendar month mjn th. ilat>ol Hi. first 1 o? Ihltt uutlca t.. a.;.|i. ..• In vii.I 1 '..iirt anj abjow .'.u.... an> yuu can, tin I. '.HI i.f ml'l I'I. 'in in uilmfrtlns • iiiil will t.i probate -lii.'.ilil tint ,-tiuU unravoktM) \V. p. I : I. A Nl'i .N 1 •". .1 idffi (-..ii By; Loll'. I'i %  • %  %  %  1 1 %  I'M %  .' on Ih< .Lr.l da) of .1 ; --ii'. : ... 1. iwt-rtj Alt..: I.. Sal Alii-1. Miami, liuri la 7 1 8-1S IN THE COUNTY JUDOtS COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA IN PROBATE No. 67468A IN l:i: r-: it, ..• OAK roni:x NOTICE TO CREDITORS '-.. \ 1 mi: 1 I \... -i %  .. |.l %  You .%  I • i.> I. '.:,...• 1 1. %  Mil %  I .I. :.:... ill lt.\K I'lillKN 'oUI ly. F 1 1 he f 1 '...I' .'int 1. and ATTENTION ATTORNEYS! +Jenisti fhriiii tr eoUcthi your lagal notlosa. W* appreciate your patronage and auarantoe accurate earrice at Uaal ratee Dial Fit 3--Iti#5 lor nMsanar eerrlce LEGAL NOTICE CE 3 ^'B'-ICATION "IE CIRC COURT OF THE • TH Jl D ClAL CIRCUIT OF P. a* 1 N 3 FOR DADE NTV N CHANCERY. N 1 > C 742J \ \I:J', H 1 iLlT 111 v \. M M %  %  • %  I .. %  I %  u \l • L4iu MLiin l: \i uh 1 1 gutris -13. O VORCE \ I.ARP IIUI of C.ian. • 1 • • 4 %  .-1 t>. VllKWer lir I'I. • tVINR I'YI'KN 1 • Mi. 1 \ • I %  rii r • NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW Ni • I h I l> MKRKM1 i,l\ 1. \ thai • i^rrlam d K to %  :•• In .-. uiui.'t tha fi' iifloua nan Mi 'IlI'l'N li.W 1 t:> il 1 |.-i 1 la ;.:i.i... '.. : : ,i.i 1 H Ith lii • !• rk .f the lr\ ..i 1'.ni': ..f Itfl. 1 .-luity, 1'iutiiL. fcUtlL Ml'KK'N Kt>\ II* r. M.i.illlieini. A 1 '•'. %  Iilleiii tit..rin it i..., %  I I' Mm. 1.V tIIUJK.NI IIU.H KA1 I. \N \ i :> Ftral 11 %  111 |h '.ill .i.is ..f \ ic 1-'. l V R\ IN I Ml : A rii. for Kxei • %  w : % %  -• I 'upont llaxa ('• :.t. P Ml .111.. FI n l.i • %  1. \\\ 1:1.\i 1: 1 ..I. I:\IAN \ 1 : r niii.ii of 1 • %  ,\ uli.lu. %  it • EM m--r tlTli-li 1 EtDl Miami, Fluf 7 2S-.".i>. 8 :E 3> ^BLICATION r -OURI OF THE % %  I '.TH „L 3 ClAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN NO FOR DADE COUNTY IN CHANCERY. No. fSC '42a fl'RKll A \ ,. si >N SUIT FGrf DIVORCE %  I .1' • \ I1KILM1N n 1 .', Ji:i-.i. t.\rUCH*(ON .r. .;' '" M .. lull of pom>"" %  %  Wvo • haa baea /"• '• %  1 : .1 t„ Uurwar ..r pv ., |. u ; ,"" ""i nnlalni %  %  ntlfi ,,. RVDK) VPEN f\ '' %  H' K> A, ll, ,, 1 :...,, i'i. M .mi IL-,. Florida 1.114)1 Tel i •MI flli ti.. ordinal AnI' '", he offl 1 He 1 'ii 1 .. \ Ku.-t. IMS. if '. a '" ii l.i .1 t mil 1..II fill tl,. .... %  •' %  %  I 1 BUI of I-..IMp *" • pHbllahed .'in. 1 11'\', %  %  %  .1, k. 'ii; lew IIIHIAN :, 1. .. '" 'tl .11,, \ |. •' VN. 1 lark, "" "'•". I" .'..•. Florida Hi -Mil.! N, lei k %  .in. E8 11 • %  MIAMI '' 7, l-M-M, l/ NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NO II ;i:\ : \ M thai • I... 1. .,i: %  '. .1 :': 1 I • 'I ". \\ I %  I M.' %  \ % %  I THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE HTH JUOIC AL CiRCl IT IN AND FOR DAOE COUNTY. FLORIDA CHANCERY No 5C 7S82 ll •>' M H .1 I I. V l.l.A/'.' /. H MAUIA 1 1 l. \ IX'MINtil'KZ \ 1 V/..il 1 /. I>, '. inUnl NOTICE BY PUBLICATION TO M M:I v l.l!> \ l 'MINyl'KZ il, \ i:;..\/. %  r 111 t l.i"Ml. "f till : Hi. m. iiiiin .luiii. lai Qtrt 111 uui foi 1 lade i'..uii'i n.i ida, %  1.. fan it,. Nik 11 A,mil. in ilefuult of win. h the I'om11. !.. taken an %  .ill'i-M-d by \ i.'i UAI'Kf 'InItth -lay "I inly. li. I It. l.i: \Tlll?KM t.N 1 ii 1.. .if the Circuit Court Ity; I .1 NKlXiN I • %  UUt) I'lerk IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT. IN AND FOR DAOE COUNTY, FLORIDA IN PROBATE No. 67408 B IN RE I '• 1 .|:i:.MA I "AVIS, NOTICE OF PROBATE THE ST \ 11: • .i' I'!., ill %  v 11 A 1.1. 1 • ( %  i:.%  \> 1 \ %  1 'i:i.-Ti:I> 1N THE ESTATE lF SAIH i>Ei lEN t \ ira hen 1 •. ., a niat .1 rut. 11 IIUJ.1 iiuii rtlnc. to.hi 1 v i.. 1 %  • w U1 and %  %  ((ami nl %  %  ud rtvadinlttad t" in I 1 -in. %  C !>..' • • .\\ I.IN. I I l'.. Mi.. HCK 1 SMITH \ %  NOTICE TO DEFEND OR ORDER OF PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY No. 66C 7836 DOItl %  I'M v IsoWDAiil, r I.t>l !'" I I M'll. Defel l.ili' SLIT FOR DIVORCE AND OTHER RELIEF TO: l.i •!— %  >\\ l.\ril %  %  \. 1 v.... 1 Ii NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT 01* FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. No. 65C 8317 Dum 'THY 1. A iMs.-i 1, 11.iil.tiU. 1 a, MIiH \;r. ii >HN l.v IL. 1.. •• %  SUIT FOR DIVORCEF Ti MICIIAI S I \ %  v ptl 1 '.im.l.-n N. 11 I. Y ; MICH \I:I. J( 'I'N '.' • %  I that • l:t)l I f,.l I i... I • .', you, 1 ..-, I I III I'll • I i%  %  %  'BUD ,\ 11:1. V \ V • I. I • • ii, h of th. %  1 %  ... • 1 Thl be • %  ,,, 11.' .1 \' '1 1 % %  Ni' V|. .rjHFI5lii • la. thin (D, 1: n %  r 1 "ii:\! \ \ I l-.-all 1' %  P ...1:1. Will i\ir % % %  !.' A! \N ll'l Mi-. ... i : Mia At torn 1 1 CIRCUIT COURT, ••-'H Jl DlCIAu CIRCUIT. "O c COUNTY. FLA. No 65C 7iSC cri'i' 'iNi' r>E \N I ELVIN FI! VNKI.IN I : : VN I .. %  NOTICE BY PLBL'CAT'ON Ytll %  'N .';IM,'.I\ %  W I:. 1, %  %  • 1 1.., %  %  1 Int I •• %  -; ,'Ki: • ii \s r• \ u • •' \i Miami, : L I 1 ':• : .1 II I V. U I "A I1II • lull I. 1: 1: l.i \TIIKI:\I VN '%  .il) } N'MI.M \ I Rill • %  \l 11 I'., v\ll'l \ I'.i 1.1 UNO %  1 1 III %  NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAWN N II 'K l.i IIKKKMY I'.IVKN thai th, 11 .1. %  11.. 1 -i: ( >| FI RNITI RE al %  • 1 '.,... .. Road Mia %  1 Kl .-> %  • I:N I'KIU'UISI .-. IN 1 FI Co p iv 1. KW rNEI I 1 .M In I! ..i 1 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW ICE IS IIHREBY Oil IN (1 il r 1 buainei tltl nain, A 1.1.ST ATE THEATRICAL. BN1 Ell I'KISKH at Imp ..ii.iin M illdln I'm' %  %  '. H i: _'i'..l Avenue, Mlai Inn nda to 11 flat! r laid na m /lih 11 ... 11, .; • u eult 1 ..int of 1 >ad Count]. Hi" AUJJTATE MMI'U'YMICNT HERVICE, INC. Sim. .11, 11 i ,v ilrundwerg A .1 11. 1 s : %  .1 \l Bervi ,. liu-. T/Ii •< 6 IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA IN PROBATE No. SB40S-C IN HE Batata ••< lall'i'K SI-:I;AIJ. I .. .1-. 1. NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE APPLICATION FOR DISTRIBUTION ANO FINAL DISCHARGE NOTICE 1li. rein an, 11 that 11have fllnl our Final itiiM.it ami l'.Midm 1 I',-; Lid.11 and hliial 1>I-, hai 1^. 1 1 1 :>.• tors of th. 1 state ,.f lsil'uli StflAIJ, ile.-. ...%  1 mil II.al mi the loth 1I.1 v %  '-t. 1 ". ui'i appl] t" Ike HonorabU i'ount> .lu.ii;.of Ma.I.County, Florida, fm f II I 11,.il Rapi rt and fol nd final dla hai u.aa ..f the eetnti nl i. %  da 1.1 Tin11th .1 • • M Utli VRET >!>; Vl.l I Ii S Kl '-I Ni'i.Ai' I' ite of IM I n •!; .-1:.: \ 1 .1.. 1 1. %  %  IK\ IN.; \ s .A\s OFtlCEo v. toad :. .. I 7 II I MiNK A Nil .' tl, ll.l! I.f ,11 I.'' 1 ill lii MAN. 1 1 %  1 ......1 %  • %  "i. AMI %  • %  • %  NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEKEHY RIVEN HUH ike mi. 1. 1 ui ••.!. d, -11 int 1 Ii. rk lilli.uham,. ..f -IN h'RHHH Ii!' ifilTTI ..• M n I, 1 %  •... 1 name U, ill Ike i'-rk nl ;ii Court of I i.ni.. 1 '..iinti 1 •] .11 i 1 ,', ITT Bi M'l'i INfl <•' IMP \NY < 'k' Ii/ tltl I \. ISC 71 :o N\\ '.'th Vi. \i .T Fl, %  Idii 1 I, By: Si'ln.-.i 11 11 :i : 111..11 Pree s •! -1:: IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COl RT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA IN PROBATE No US36-C IN H N \ I 11 \ N \T I'. • I NOTICE TO CREDITORS • I, '1 %  I \s 1 -, .1 ... 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    Fage 2-B -Jewtst ncrkflar Friday. August 6. lgjj ... ^Mbout | f^cople and f*% Orlin Back From Piano Studies acc5 • • • THE KING BEE Cele Friedman gave a birthday dinner party in the Starlight Room of the Doral Bsucb. Hotel in honor of her fiance. Mr. S. Lee Weieberg'^ birthday As the Kin? Bee. Mr. Weinber* had too billing; although everyone insisted on calling Cele tho Queen Bee. Bees were in the floral centerpiece, and placecards read "to bee or not to bee." The birthday cake was a bee hive. Amorr; guests were Mr and Mrs. William Kniglak II. Mr and Mrs. Albert Bramson. from St. Petersburg Mr. and Mrs. Julius Rosenberg, Mr. and Mrs. Seymour Buckner, Mrs. Barbara Wallach. Mrs. Sam Blank. Mr. and Mis. Mandtl Zabta. Mr. an.I Mrs. Sol Weinrkh, Mr. Maurice Gussman. Mrs. Nettie Milgrim. Mrs. Selma Ehrhch, Miss Sayde Selman. and Mr. Joseph Wallack. • OLD HAT For the sixth time. Sylvia (Mrs. Philip.) Friednun was an official hostess for the Miss Universe contest. Her girls were Miss England and Man Canada. Git (Mrs. Morris* Berick was hostess to Miss Israel. Other hard workers included Mr.-. Michele Beckman, Mrs. Charles Gordon. Mrs Mark Cirlin and Mrs. Gay Forstat. Sylvia ua with the contestants from the continent for a week. beinL,' wined and dined in New York. They also went to visit the U.S. Senate and came i.i just as Bcbby Kennedy was presenting a bill to Congress. Afterwards, he came out to shake hands all around. If swooning was in fashion, the sirls would have swooned, their average age being nineteen. All the girls could swim and looked adorable in their bikinis. They went to the new I'alm Bay Yacht Club one day for lunch and swimming. All agreed that the new liist I inverse is lovely THE BRIDE CUTS THE CAKE Helen Sparber who just became Mrs Sam Berman in Rabbi Leon Kronishs study wag surprised by her husband with a wedding dinner in the private room at the Kmhers. tiorgoous red roses sparkling champa^r* and a huge ice cream wedding cake were all Sum's idea and surprise. Just family included Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Kaplan. Billie and Bruce Kaplan. Mr. and Mrs. Mai From. berg. Mr. and Mrs. Irvin Rubin. Harry Miller. Raymond Rubin. Mrs. Fannie Nathanson. Mr. and Mrs. Seymour Rubin, ami Mr. and Mrs. James Chapman. Alter a trip to California, the Bermans will live at the Sea Coasi. • • NO PLACE LIKE HOME Marsha Gidney ihaving a wonderful time on her European cruise, but she is honest enough to write her parents. Merry and Mildred, the truth as she Met it. She writes -One must absolute!) see BUMpe, bul the uood old I'.S.A. is home; and there is no place, like home • • THREE EIFFEL TOWERS Ann and Nat Klein will only see one Eiffel Trwer when they go to Europe but there were three used in decONttfetf the long table at the Crystal House where twenty-five of her friends gave %  getog-away party for her. It was a lovely iuncheon. and a set of "his and her" hlgfSge was the surprise gift. Among hos tess es were Mrs Harry Schwartz. Mrs. Sam Feldman. Mrs. Lou EtotnacbJM, Mm Leon La PMus, Mrs. Al Oppenheimer, Mrs. Robert ChiMs, Mrs. Jack Moss and Mrs E lith Lazarus. • SHE'S HOME Inez Krensky is home from Chicago, where she had a gay old time. Now she's waiting for her mother to come and visit her for the winter —Frances Lehman Jem Orlin. MO <>f MM. MornOrlin. JUS) completed a live-week course in piano at the lonserva.' lor> "f MMiC Division ot the tin versity of Cincinnati. Orlin is a student of Mrs. Peggy E r W i n, ot Coral Gables, and through aiulninnn held in Miami last October, was the recipient ot scholarships from both the University of Cincinnati and the Miami Music Club. Orlin studied under Mme. Olga Conns, herself a former pupil iu Europe ot the world-renowned composer and pianist, Serge Rachmaninoff, and he had the use of original Rachmaninoff manuscripts during the fne-week period in, Cin cinnati. • Orlin is an honor student at Coral Gables SftSSOf H i >; h. \ ice president of the National Henec Societ). memberoi the SosisJ Siudles and Spanish Honor societies. T Film Festival Set Wednesday j "Anatomj Ol .. Murder.' an adaptation of Robert Trevor's bast selling novel, will be the thud film in ;he International Summer Film Festive! sponsored b) the YM YWHA of Greater Miami, 8500 sw 8t!i St. "ii Wednesday, Aug. 11. 8 p.m.. in the North Bathroom, The tense small town courtroom drama ~tar. James Stewart, Lea R.iuK-k and Ben Genera. A col> fee hour will tollovv the nlm. and a bo is currently \k< p re > JH/O VkilbJbUlt Uilo) ltIMIJJI .111.1 hl^HU I !::ic-l ICl fthUH 4 Xl i I taion l-ii SllfAl uU 1 i I I .of. OtSI"HI • OFFICIAL lit NY W0S19SFI* K on tne P*CM{ mer\i Koir. C. Kosff .'-: Psrw t>> RiMi .'i. i C Student Project to Eye Israeli Arabs ZJ0UX2O LOS ANGELES — (JTA. — A n search project aimed at improving the study and future work performance of Israeli Arab student> by giving them a sense of belon. ing. will receive the first Max MitchcM Achievement Award tot.iling S10.W0 made through tho Jeavieh Federation-Council's Cornunity Foundation, it wm announced here this week. The two-year project was coni"ived and proposed by Carl Frankenstein, professor of special < location at the Hebrew University'* School ot Education in Israel Frankenstein was selected 'rotn among four finalists from Tchnion and Hebrew University, according to Victor Carter, Award Committee chairman and president of tKe Jewish Community Foundation Board of Trustees. Lack of the feeling of belonging. Mated the research proposal, is the source of much resentment and frustration among the Arabs of Israel. This condition stems from a conviction encouraged by Arai> Bloc propaganda. Intensive case studies it is hoped, will aid in the understanding and interpretation of minority p.-v chology in general and Israel .Arabs in particular. Main purpose is to translate these psychological findings into educational conclusion; to try out methods at various levelof development and learning, to counteract the destructive impact of ••provisional existence." XAA&xllUUtq, SALAMI Memorial Luncheon Tuesday *iTM PURE BEEF Luncheon at the Pub Restaurant oi' Tuesday will be in memory of Mrs Min Langer. Theme of the luncheon will IK•Blood is-Your Lifeline Mrs Sidney Werner is hostess. Kiihruti Supervision bjr WJminrnl Oi i"0o> Rabbi: FVDOi Bar Zion Ronntnai ipa two steady Mash0ichini •.e.i MMCM ator WKAT-FM FROM BRAHMS TO BARTOK You'll Hear the World's Finest Music on WKAT-FM 93.1 on your FM dial MIAMI'S ONLY PURE CLASSICAL MUSIC STATION Programming MORE LIVE Conr*rtsl WKAT-FM aassucA t o,i,\~mi c.iw SMS UquM bNim WILNO KOSHER tSSSnkVSiSSi SALAMI • FRANKFURTERS • C0RNL0 Bttf • BOL0&NA MIAMI BRANCH: 2181 N.W. 10th AVENUE Phone FR 1-6551 Perfect A Ksiver America's light Beer Old Milwaukee Henry E. Mangels Co. 3550 N.W. 58th Street Miami, Florida TO LOW CALORIE MEALS Solve that weighty problem %  •erwe plenty of nutritious, flavorful August Bros. 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