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The Jewish Floridian
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63 v. : ;
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Miami, Fla

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

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Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY
Volui
Number 4
Miami, Florida, Friday. Auaust 20. 1365

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Price 20*
.A. Riots Not Anti-Semitic-But Losses Heavy
} ."GELES (JTA) -While mail) Jew
rs !. suffered tremendous loses her.' during the
six day- and nights of rioting in the Negro Watts
the action- were not anti-Semitic in character, Cha-les
^^^r. associate director of the Community Relations
Ceeagnittec of the Jewish Federation-Council of Los An
gates, stated here Monday
Posner was asked to comment on some press reports
emanating from this city, contending that the rioting was
"anti-Jew i.-r He told the Jewish Telegraphic Agency
that sue h reports were "not accurate.''
"To tho best of our knowledge," ho declared, "we
cannot find any anti-Semitism in these riots but only
anti-white feelings, although a number of the stores
d?sfroyed in the fires were owned and operated by
Jews. Some of the stores burned oot in the fires h,;d
employed Negroes, others had not. But the actions
were not anti-Jewish.
The losses have been tremendous, running fffnfas
tically into hundreds of millions of dollars, affecting not
only small stores but also the big chains, some of which
have Jews among their owners. But. I repeat, the occur-
rences were anti white, and not anti-Jewish."
An accusation against store owners in the Watts dis-
trict, to the effect that they "take money out of the com
munity and live elsewhen was made in a radio bi
cast hen- Sunday night by a Black Muslim leader. But
even this speaker did no* mention Jews as such, Mr Pos
ner said Some of the press reports from the scene of the
rioting stated that, a mores the hardest hit, were Jewish
rrrfrrhants in the area wfio live outside the Watts district
There was also wide speculation here about whether
those who had suffered loss- or damage in the area would
be compensated by insurance A number of insurance
companies have indicated that the looting and burning
of the stores and homes in Watts are not covered by their
policies because the policies specifically exclude compen-
sation in cases of "insurrection "
Arab Parley
Urges Bail
On U.S. Jews
CA*AB1.A.VA JTA i A de-
taaad uj-o: The Moroccan Covern-
meaCthat it put new regulations in
to affect r,< \t month to keep out
of Morocco all Europeans and
Atnacici who are Jewish, unless
such per--..: are approved for en-
try hjf th ir ambassadors in tins
country, was made here by Al
AIM, organ of the opposition Ls-
tiqlal Party
The ne-w-paper reported that
nets' gccurity regulations have al-
ready beer, promulgated l>\ the po-
_Mgsf* keej. out of M or. ceo all sus-
!>- who might wish to viail
^, ^> during the next Arab
cWference. scheduled pro.
to open here Sept 13 Al
daring that such lightened
measures will not be .%uf-
reiiuested that 'those Jews
who to m t to MorofVn from all
part* of th< world' during the rm
mit parity must be first approved
by their ambassadors here.
Point 11 particularly to Euro
pean an>: American Jews as per-
sons who deal with I i her
foreign lackeys." the newspaper
stated that it is neces-ary to I
every pncoition against the en
emiesol th Arabs and she) should
be vouched for by their ambassador
in afortK-c'i before being allowed
to enter Morocco."
Chile Prelate
Views Need
_ Of Tolerance
Roosevelt Tells House:
Israel May be Attacked
SANTIAGO. Chile (JTA' -
Raul Cardinal Silva Henriquez,
Archbishop of Santiago, addressed
a capacity audience in the largest
synafov here las weekend He
lectured on the theme ot "respect
for the individual in the Hid rest
ameat, and ..--cited that, al this
time, on the eve of the fourth ses-
sion of the Kcumi'iiical Council to
be coflvc ned at the Vatican in Sep-
tember the Catholic Church is
consciou ot the th.ught that "all
men ha\i londs ;o the people ol
God."
Considert.l throughout Latin
America a- one of the f. re most
progress:\ i in r.'ie Catholic
Church. Cardinal Henriquez thus
pointed up his continued interest
in having the Ecrmenical Council
adopt definitely ;he Declaration
on Relations with Non-Christians,
Continued on Page 7-A
IfP. JAMES tOOSfVEU
ignoring war preparations
Uadassah
Award Goes
To Hubert
By Special Report
NEW YORK Vice President
Hubert H Humphrey received the
test trih lie within the grift
Uadassah, the Women's Zionist Or-
ganization Ol America, at lladas-
ih I 51sl national convention on
Tuesday it the Waldorf Astoria
Hotel in New York City
The four-day convention, from
Sunday. Aug. 15. through Wednes-
day, Aug. in. was attended by 2.-
500 delegates and g-iests, represent-
ing Hadassah's more than 318.000
m e m t> e r s in 1.320 chapters and
groups throughout the United
States and Puerto RlCO, All ses-
sions were at the Ualdirf Astoria
Hotel.
Mrs, Mortimer Jacobson, na-
tioril president of HadassaS,
said that Vice President Hum
cb-ey received Hadassah's 1965
Henrietta Stele1 Award at the
convention banquet session "in
recognition of all he has done
and is doing to mobi'ixe support
for overseas medical research
Continued on Paqe 8-A
WASHINGTON (JTA) Rep.
James Roosevelt, California Dem
ocrat, warned in a House speech
this week that while the United
States was preoccupied with Viet
Nam. the Arab-Israel conflict was
escalating. He said there was a
growing danger that President
Nasser of Egypt might launch war
against Israel to divert attention
from domestic economic troubles
and to rally the Arab world behind
his slipping leadership.
He -aid the main reason there
was no Arab Israel peace after 17
years was that the United States
had never been willing to commit
its influence tO challenge "the war-
like declarations of the Arab lead-
H* said that Egypt now had
Soviet T-10 tanks which sre more
powerful than the Israeli vehicles
and that E jypt had twice as
many tanks as Israel. He said
that the now Soviet j.t fighters
being delivered to Egypt were
better than the MIG-21 jet pre-
vious' y given to Nasser. He also
said Egypt had received Soviet
air-to-air missiles, comparable
to the United States "sidewinder"
rocket.
He asserted that Egypt had
ground-to-ground missiles for use
against Israel and that Israel ha>
no comparable weapon
Rep. Roosevelt charged that the
Administration had ignored mount-
ing Egyptian preparations for war
aud had given aid despite such ac-
tivities costing Egypt this year
more than half a billion dollars,
equal to the entire 1952 Egyptian
budget, He demanded termination
ol i S aid to Egypt until its mili-
tary preparations were limited
e urged selling ai ms to Israel at
"disc unt" prices it necessary.
AT IAD VAMM SNMNI
Bonn Envoy to Israel
Shaken by Memorial
01. PAUIS' MBIVAL PKOTtSJtD PAGl 9A
JERUSALEM t JTA Dr.
Rolt Pauls, the first West German
Ambassador to Israel, made a
point on the second day of hi- ar
rival hire this week to visit the
Yad Va-hem shrine set up by Is-
rael in memory of the six million
European Jews slain by the Nazis
in World War II.
Visibly (taken by the displays
ol photographs and other do i
ments oi the monstrous N
i ide, the envoy called the t i il
one of the met moving hours m
my life" and added he felt that "as
many human beings as possible
should see it especially Ger-
man.- H --aid he would try to
contact the Yad Va-hem to ar-
range such visit- and that he
planned to make another visit him-
self to the Mount Zion shrine.
Dr. A. Tenen, of the Remem-
brance Authority, escorted the
envoy throcgh the Yad Vashem
buildings. Dr. Pauls listened in
Continued on Page 2-A
ASKED TO RESIGN
Rabbi to Run
In New York
Senate Race
NEW YORK (JTA) An Or-
thodox rabbi in the Bronx was
named to be the regular Demo
cratic candidate for the New
"i ark State Senate in the 3#th Sen-
atonal district.
Bronx County Democratic lead-
- ann tunced the designation of
bi Schulem Rubin, spiritual
r ot a Young Israel congrega-
[or ihe September 14 primarj
ion He will run against in-
cumbent State Sen. Abraham Bern-
-tern, a member of his congrega-
tion Sen. Bernstein had the sun
port ot the Buckley organization
last year but he broke with The
count) leader in July when he was
asked to run in another district
Rabbi Rubin received the des-
ignation when David S. Blatt, an
assistant district attorney, the
original designee, withdrew on
grounds that his mother was ill.
The rabbi thus became involved
in the bitter internecine struggle
Continued on Page 5-A
Request Aid to New Nations
JERUSAI EM (JTA) Prime
Minister I evi Bshkol and David
Horowitz, Governor of the Bank of
1 i ael and author .it a project be
ing studied b) the United Nations
to aul the "have-nots" in the spirit
f a riih Individual helping his
p rer neighbors, were the
principal speakers at the third Re
hovoth Conference at the He-
brew University for discussion of
fiscal problems oi developing
c iui tries
Kill- four countries arc repn
W nlc.I The parley i- the thud ll
a series started several year- I
at the Weuinann Institute of Sci
1 ence at Rehovoth. held here tins
year wit.h co-sponsorship of the
Hebrew University and the Bank
; of Israel. Toe representatives in-
clude 24 Cabinet ministers from
- leveloping countries, Deputj
Prime Minister Abba Eban, who
irigtnated the conference at Re-
h v.'tli as president of the Weil
; inn Institute, is chairman of the
world meeting, which is approved,
among other-, by the United Na-
tions.
Mr. Horowiti spelled out the
Continued on Page 3-A
DAVID HOROWITZ
Ian for 'Have-nots'


Page 2-A
"Jewish fhrkltor_
Friday. August 20, \m
Memorial Shakes Bonn Ambassador
bwi where Hie intended RttJBflRf TJie iBtMlf *}<* .ll V hou^j
building a still uader cMatrncUaa. temporarily at Colour*
Continued from Page 1-A
almost complete silence as Or.
Tertert explained the grisly exhib-
ts.
ing against the Nazis and an active
member of one of Israel- ex par-
ti>an organizations. She also went
to Mount Zion. and, as Df, Paul's
and the Israeli security guards
In sharp contrast to the situation passed her. said quietly hut audib-
before he arrived, only one demon- h in Hebrew and in German.
,-trator was present at Lydda air- -Pauls go home."'
port when his plane touched down. At the airport, the envoy s:ikI
She was Bronke Klibanski. a survi- that the past should not be for-
vor of the Bialystok Ghetto upris- gotten but he urged th;it .lews ami
Germans "look forward to the fu-
ture." One of the newsmen referred
to his past career as an officer in
the German Army in World War II.
and asked whether he considered
himself the right man for the dip-
lomatic post He replied that he
would trj to prove hi- suitability
for the task
At the same time fiat |)r Pauls
- arriving in Israel Asber Ben-
Nathan, the Israeli envoy to Bonn,
arrived in Pans en route to the
Beth Israel Will
Start Seating For
High Holy Days
Mows .1 Grundwergi president
Belli I.-rael Congregation, an-
nounced this eek that reserva-
tions for seats for the High Holi
i aj i will be accepted beginning
us week.
Services for the High Holidays West German capital.
will he conducted in the newly- in West Germany. Chancellor
mpleted sanctuarj of the .s>n.c- Ludwig Erhard and > I ; sition
.i-m at 77o West 40th Street
"The sanctuary, which is fully
air-conditioned, is one of the most
outstanding architectural de-
signs in the area," according to
Grundwerg.
Service.- will !>c led bj Rabbi
vi Weiii spiritual leader ol
i ingregatlon, and bj a cantor from
KM*.
The synagogue is open from 9
. :n to ."> p m. dail). and from !i
. m to 12 noon on -
Dr. Goldstein in Golham
NEW YORK JTA Dr fe-
el Goldstein, member of the J
em and world chairman of the
Keren Hay< so I, arrived here foi
. ten week visit. During hi- vi
e w.ll open the fund-raising .
leader Fritz Erler said the arriv-
als of the envoys opened "a new
page" in relations between the
two nation. The Chancellor toll
election rail y In I Di
Pauls
Lm nefil of both <
Dr. Erler, the shadow cabinet
Foreign Minister of the Social
Democrat Paity said in and SPD
communique that he heped the
step would not be an end in it-
serf and that both countries
should continue to work for im-
provement in relations, particu-
larly among their younger gener-
ations.
Radio ami telex i-ion OetWOT
West German) interrupted regular
pro rains to n port the envoj -. I
arrival in Israel. Thej ind
that thej -;iw m this a significant
and weh.irne omen i r improve
trftto Karen Hayesodin Ven- .,.,, feraeU-Gennan
i re several protest rallies
i zuela and Can...I.,
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Page 3-A
AS ABA CONVENTION ENDS ON MIAMI BEACH
Cuban Farband
Branch Supper
[Bar Nixes Resolve on Discrimination set for Sunday
\ Miami Beach attorney and a
o r m e r Governor of Florida of-
Led a resolution to the American
har Association last week aimed
b'i i-eventinn future meetings in
uilitics that discriminate against
^ rsons for racial or religious rea-
bns, The resolution was defeated.
Harry Zukernick. acting as a
n.-mber of the ABA, and Gov. Ful-
Warren, of Miami, speaking in
>imilar capacity, proposed Uie
iM>hition at the Tina! business ses-
i.n of the organization on Thurs
y, Aur 12. The resolution read:
"No luturt meetings of tho
[Amarkan Bar A*ociation, or
[ry moeting or function aoxil-
liary thereto, oithor national or
j regional, shall be held in any
iclaco, whether a public iccom
|p-ed*tion or private club or in-
li'itution that discriminates
:a.n*t any person because of
cs color, creed or national or
|ig.rv"
In hi "'" AB \.
the Aug
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'Have-Not'
Aid Suggested
Continued from Page 1-A
type of international aid by the
wealthy nations for which Mr.
Eshkol called. His 'Horowitz
Plan," proposed a year ago be-
fore the United Nations Econom-
u .iiiil Social Council has since
been under study of the Interna-
tional Bank for Reconstruction
and Development.
Under the "Horowiti Plan,"
whuh the Bank of Israel data re-
iterated here, the wealthier na-
tions of the world v s aside
between one per cent and two per
cent ol their Brass national prod
uct, each yea ide i .ipit.d
tor the underdh I ites.
Us noted lb I transit
..1 capital to th< erdevt
nations, winch had b t< d
to in. rease < tin* '
I i..i.t Ins plan, ained, the
-i.,-. ... e cer-
, of getting >: Lai '"
trigger tic i'1"")
ects for the Lmproveinenl <>f edu-
cation and gem ral standards ol
life.
dispute the bar's decision to
stage the annual convention
functions in the Bath Club in a
tetter to Lewis F. Powell Jr.,
president of the American Bar
Association.
The functions scheduled at the
club were promptly canceled.
In his argument before the clos-
ing business session, Zukernick,
joined by Gov. Warren, suggested
that "il Mr. Justice Port as or UN
Ambassador Arthur Goldberg were
present at this convention, they
would of course be welcome to the
functions scheduled for 'he re-
stricted facility in question.
But these distinguished Ameri-
i an leaden would also !>' excluded
from membership the very next
The Standing Committee on I
oluti ected the Warren Zu-
ution with the follow-

"Your committee is of the opin-
ion that the language of the reso-
lution is overly narrow. It singles
out but a limited segment of the
broad ard important field of civ-
il rights in which the American
Bar Association has long been
active and a leader on a broad
scale.
It felt thai adoption of the rt
Union maj well tend to obscure
the fact oi the Association's over-
all activities and broad and af-
firmative policies against discrim-
ination because of race, creed.
color or national origin. There-
fore, your committee amended
.this reslution so as to redeclare
I and reflect the full reach of these
lens-established policies and ac-
tivities so that it reads as follows:
"Whereas, the policy of the Amer-
! ican Bar Association is not to dis-
criminiate against any person be-
cause of race, color, cre*d or na-
tional origin, be it resolved that it
is the sense of this assembly that
the officers and sections of the as-
sociation should endeavor to use
all reasonable means to effectuate
this policy ."
Zukernick told the .1 e w is h
Fleridian on Wednesday that "de-
spite the ABA's Ion- tune acth ity
in what the Standing Committee
Resolutions tailed the Assot ia-
i on's 'bi oad i e' intt rest and ...
firmi -' discrim.
inalion.' the bar ne\ pel
i Bath
ling
s e> t the
: mcl oi tveri n I ai j
niembi ol the bar, an excuse to-
tallj a ie involved.
"Nevertheless, as I see it, the
issue ha now been brought out
into the open, an6 certainly Gov.
Warren aid I feel that the bar
will henceforward be exception-
ally careful in 'ts arrangements
with respect to discriminatory fa-
cilities."
Zukcii iik a ni e m b e r of the
Board ol Governors o! the Florida
Bar, is also on 'he Florida Execu-
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Tfco J*wih 9lm IWWM '* Khnii 22 Ab 5725
of th* m*- liar-! Scant Satisfaction
In Los Angeles Riots
*Ve ore heartened bv the report
z: T.e Jewish Community Cour.:
Los Angel ihal the noting there
wo. not specifically directed against
>:.-.:-- r>ersons and eAabluhmenin.
The C: mils that there are
acne hinti o. anti-Sen
motivation and rt many V
- emelv fc
- the conclv
me violence wo. mainly m
httle be i1 Tl -
itself nan brutal aa
- tag example
pre-

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ELECTION
CAMPAIGN
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has occurred De U
- eves
jrely maket
task of those
among us to continue our eiiorts :n behalf of
equal freedom and equci opportunity for all
citizens, regardless ol race, creed or color.
For the enemies of this basic American
principle are strong and growing. And
their battle against those whites who have
long been active participants in the civil rights
movement was never a fair one. It made the
decision to identify with the movement from its
fledgling days difficult indeed.
What the Negroes in Los Angeles have
done is to cast doubt on the best efforts of
every fair-minded American and the intention
Instant Mitigation
The reaction of Dr. Pauls, the new Bonn
' Ambassador to Israel, to the Yad Vashem ex-
hibit in Jerusalem was apparently a profound
one. judging by news reports early thus week.
Those who have seen the exhibit were
easily moved to tears, for it documents the
yecrs of Nazi atrocity toward the Jews of
Europe during the Hitler era.
Dr. Pauls' visit to Yad Vashem so quickly
upon his arrival to take up his otficicl duties
suggest. Bonn's earnest e"ort to remedy the
toctless decision to cDpo;nr a former T
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on.
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A Tenth Anniversary
The September. 1965 issue of The Jewish
Digest will mark ten years of publication for
this monthly magazine.
With an eye toward compiling a digest
view of Jewish life today, the magazine culis
articles from English-language Jewish news-
papers of siqmficance across the land, and
comes up with features of its own that give an
interesting picture of contemporary Jewish af-
Editor and publisher are Bernard Postal
end David H. White. Both men have longtime
reer. in the held. On the
occasion of its tenth anniversary, The Jewish
Digest is to be commended.
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Unhappy Circumlocution
The American Bar Association decision
to rej -: resol iti< .. I e final business
session of ".or. hen
person

.ub os a con .;e of iocul end
anal pressures.
Apparently, the bar fails to see the insult
implicit in the explanation that ABA members.
whatever their race or religion, would not be
denied admittance to any association function
at the club. For. as the sponsors of the resolu-
tion. Miami Beach Attorney Harry Zukernick
and former Florida Gov. Fuller WarTen, put it,
these attorneys would also be denied club
membership the very next day.
This is what we prefer to regard as sinqle
shot tolerance.
Nevertheless, the alternate resolution fin-
ally passed by the ABA. however weak-word-
ed, suggests that the association will hence-
forth be scrupulously careful in its schedulinq
of convention functions if only to avoid the
kind of local and national pressures to which
it was subjected in our community.
during
(he week
as i see it
?HE question of civD *v
obedience is econia. u
increasingly important nj
unhappy one We bam
ways prided eanetvei
ing a nation of law.
by LEO MINDLIN
to see the proper ::. This .s p-crt.cu-
. unfortunate crt a tin iqhts
legislation keeps mounting virtually day by
Jews, who have been traditionally cctive
in behalf of Necro liberties, ere thus disheart-
ened when they are confronted with so vio-
lent a disregard for the symbol of law and
order as the foundationstone of democracy.
Law and order should never be compromised
not even in the name of advancing them. For
tyrants on both sides of the fence have historic-
ally underscored their patriotism. After a
while, it becomes difficult to distinguish be-
tween the violators and the victims.
In the Los Angeles case, the violators and
the victims were the same. Jewish commun-
ities everywhere may be heartened that Ne-
groes destroyed and pillcged indiscriminantly
and unmotivated by specific feelings of anti-
Semitism. But this is scant satisfaction for us
as Americans, whatever our personal creeds.
For. in the end. the responsibility free men
must bear to nurture their freedom has been
cruelly flaunted.

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indeed, regarded with ^^
thing like tilent contemn
those South Amencar. and
a le-ser extent K iropj
lands where Chans*,
emment are prod it a'- | WtW
whim of street mobs But it a fact. e\en if we oak] rath* ^
recognize it. that many of us are beginning to act like tho-e *f ha\
considered inferior to us Paradoxically the choice ii
plained in terms of absolute democratic expression Wt u
asked, for example, to understand Los Angelev. in term-
of frustration in the face of the denial of freedom.
Street mobs have always cried democracy to justify
havior. but it is they who in the final analysis contribute :..i,tlfii
When President Johnson talks about the Klponj
f : ,,. Americans, chaos is a fairly net p
.- ,; politacsllj iasctivc role
I articularly ro>
criticism students wi other countries, freq
into the forrfron1
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Th. tod.)
Birchites and tin
unrest Movement! il Supj I Loe.l PoOci I
ibtle exampl- re a- th)
of civil disobedier.1- Superficially, on sssume it an admir-
able thing to urge support of the police edicated and
paid men whose job it it increasin g made to fi
everything that the word, "copper at its worst implies Bill
from an alternate vantagepomt. other consideration-
emerge Why is it for example, nectiHQ :> launch a Support N :
Local Police Fore, campaign" Are not the poUce the official
lan- of the law" (in what bssil re the) tingled out fr>r great'
port from us than .-ay our Kin department-''
Certainly, firemen need our support. too It is undeniabl-
they also perform community functions of paramount Mgni!.
as do sanitation worker- the Road Department and a ho-t ol
governmental and quasi governmental agencies dedicated to
ing the needs of the nation's citizenry
-: -: -t-
TNI VIOLIN! IMPACT ON DlmOCKACt
THE ANSWER IS that the police com.- cloaeel in the -tr..'
' psychologists mind to a paramilitary forte Thost who
their support today do not r.ally mean that we should supf" rt
polic. i they an- th. -ir Irbertie. .
safety What they have in mil iv of the P-
their own ternu .1 commando unn- to fu lp impose a sen |
il the -treet-
If th


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1'auK. the new 1
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Reel in th H iea durtn. \v..rll War II
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*aJO ONE WILL deny that Bonn ehould havi been beyond rei
" to Israeli tensibiliUe., particularly with the fir-t tmbsssi
appointment On the other hand, it is unrealistic for Jew- there I
continue demonstrating their be! hither they n
emI political ami economic h.ison with Been m 01
their mournful integrity or thej n the realit
ce in th. ter national good and at. | '
bin iriet and me presumably
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Friday. August 20 '.353
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DURING THE WEEK AS I SEE IT
Civil Disobedience Rising Problem
Ambassador Nathan Barnes, permanent representative of
Liberia to the United Nations, shows Mrs. Mortimer Jacobson.
national president of Hadassah (left), and Mrs. Nathan D.
Perlman. Hadassah's national convention chairman, a special
citation to Hadassah from President William V. S. Tubman.
at Liberia. The citation, in recognition of all Hadassah has
done to help develop Liberia's health services, was presented
:o Hadassah at the organization's 51st national convention in
New York. (See story. Page 1-A).
Orthodox Rabbi
To Run for Senate
Continued from Page 4-A
-I the kind of immaturity
that is simply not in keeping
with the ambitious progress
manifest by the country since
liberation in 1!)48. We should
mil tier expect nor desire for
getfulness of the Nazi beast. But
we should also be willing to enn-
fes- that the Instrument of polit-
ical Zionism, the State of Israel,
is more than Zion the dream,
and that anijer is a commodity
political beings can ill afford if
anger is merely petulance.
Hence, the civil disobedience,
bordering on violence, that
erupted in Tel Aviv last week,
requiring machineguns mounted
around Bonn's temporary am-
bassadorial headquarters go -
further than simply beyond the
point of good taste That M
many Israelis wanted publicly to
express their sentiments is one
thing; there can be n<> just criti-
cism f such expressions within
the bounds of reason and respon
sible citizenship. But that they
become offensive to the decisions
and purposes of their govern-
ment is neither excusable nor
defensible It suggests that Zion
is still a dream and that Zion
as politics can never really be
taken seriously. What more
powerful blow to Israel can Is-
raelis render upon their own na-
tion?
It is like burning draft cards.
challenging roop tram- ai
rioting In Los Angeles After j
while, one is bound to wonder
whether ulterior forces are be-
hind such Instances of civil dis-
obedience For it is the ulterior
forces that profit by civil dis-
obedience, not the innocents
who perpetrate it.
Beth Israel Picks Youth Director
Continued from P*o 1-A
*rDong Dcnotrlh in local Now
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B. ,-i called the change
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t to split the Jewish
Rubin .ii iity t.> Bernstein
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The designation appeared to be
he first time in New York history
th.u .i rabbi wat seeking .< state
political office Rabbi Harold Gor-
don, v Ice presi lent of tl e New
York Hoard ol Rabbis il I Rabbi
Rubin's enl : inl i partisan politii
was 'most unusual to iit it
mildly Our feelit the
the rabbinate teneraHy has al-
ways been ;.' basl m
pre- themselves i
pit Simon P ush i fon
president ol R inin s
, i res il n had re-: i
the i i '
. Rubii crated the
rabbinat '' that
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ell and Rill D M | B ptisl
, man, w vi^ enl John-
.. n's press set I tr>
He will run on the slate of New
York City Controller Abraham
Beam*, one of four Democratic
candidates for the nomination
for Mayor to succeed retiring
Mayor Robert Wagner. When
Sen. Bernstein left the Buckley
camp, he joined the ticket of New
York City Council President
Paul Screvance, one of the four
Democratic candidates.
Rabbi Rubin rejecting critics of
h i s designation as petty politi-
cians." said he had received the
enthusiastic" endorsement >t the
National Council <-t Young Israel,
,,.irent bod) of more than 100
Young Israel congregations In the
United states
Beth Israel Congregation. 770 W. j
40th St.. announces the appoint-
ment of Rabbi Sholom Lifshitz as
education and youth director for
the coming school year
Rabbi Lifshitz is a graduate of
Telshe Yeshiva and the Kaufman
Pedagogical Institute He has held
educational positions in Cleveland.
i > md New York City. He is ar-
riving with his wife and daughter
in Miami this week to assume his
new post.
Registration in Beth Israel Con-
gregation^ tuition-free Religious
School is now open. Beginners, In-
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JRabbi Sol Landau discusses LTI with four
|Beth Duvid students who will be attendinq a
Leadership Training Institute at Camp Blue
Istar in North Carolina during the week of
(.Aug. 18 to 25 Left to right are Nora Feldman,
Ipesadent of Beth David USY. Rosemary Falk.
lAnn Schen. and Robin Lundy, third vice pres-
ident. Others attending from Beth David will
be Judi Scruff, first vice president; Jimmy
Schirl, second vice president; Riva Shiff. cor-
responding secretary; and Danny Weiss. The
group will join some 250 USY youngsters from
tne Southeast Region.
Beth Tov Picks
Rabbi Glixman
Rabbi Ralph Z. Glixman will be
the new spiritual Leader oi Temple
Beth Tov.
He is filling the pulpit recently
vacated bj Ratabi Zev GreeawaJd,
who has none t<> assume duties a'.
the new Heth Raphael Conjsrega-
tion now being constructed on Mi
ami Beach.
Rabbi Glixman comea from Beth
Yehuda Synagogue in Loekhave,
Pa., where be served for six years.
Rabbi Glixman received ord,n
Btion from Vesluv.i Stolin in Brook
!yn. NY. Through its branch oftice
in Israel, he received further rat)
binical training there He also at-
tended the University of Pitts-
burgh.
Rabbi Glixman previously
served at congregations in
Green Port, L.I., anal PunnsuUw
new. Pa. He was a goo it lecturer
at Lockhavcn State College and
before church and civic groups.
During service in World War II
and later in civilian life, he con-
ducted the Hebrew Chapel of the
Air.
He WSa visiting chaplain at New
'York titv ami New York Stale Ro-
Kinsey lye on Jews
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view that Jewish family life ar. i
Cultural values serve to minimi/
the number of sex crimes commi
ted by Jews is uttered in the nc.v
Kiiisey Report published on July
29. The 923-page report entitle I
"Sex Offenders" d< ils with the
findings of the late sexologist l'
Allied Kinaey and his as.soci.ite-.
"There are elements in Jewish cul-
ture and family life that m li
against the commission of crinn
There are simply far too fee -lev -
:n OUT prison and -ex olVndt
groups to be explained in any oth-
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,--!<( h> the Councils last set
Ion Laal winter. That do Ian
\ n | udiate once and tor all
:..in-t the Jew-
pie, and vv ould denouni e
I i Cardinal Henriejuez
L the lati Pope John
l\ ii the Vatican's movi I
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B'ne Israel Synagogue, attracted
wide attention here He had been
invited to deliver the lecture by
the recently-formed Committee
of ChristietvJev#ish Fraternity,
headed by a Jew, Git Sinay. Co-
sponsoring the events were vir-
tually al1 leading Jewish organi-
zations here, including the Tem-
ple B'ne Israel congregation, the
Jewish community of Chile and
the local section of the Women's
International Zionist Organiza-
tion. Mr. Sinay is the president
of United Hias Service in Chile.
The Cardinal's address was greet
ed !>> the large audience with an
enthusiastic standing ovation. The
h ading Chilean newspapers fea-
tured reporti of the address as an
outstanding example of fraternal
Chri-liaii-Jfwuh rvlaUon* in this
country- The Cardinal explained
his appearance in a synagogue by
iWelaring:
"For a better understanding oi
mv attitude, it should be remem-
bered that the liioutfhi ui Uu! Cath-
olic Church at this moment of the
Council l^ one of hroart understand-
ing for human values. For all men
have bonds <> the people oi God
and. in the lirst place certainly,
the people vv ho were entrusted with
the
and
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formatories. He is a former deputy i,. ._.,.
national chaplain of the Jewi-li Dnfti/trntt c II rU
war Veterans and former associate BOOKKfclrtk. roll Charge,
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[i FROM MEMORIAL
raelis
\rotest
\nvoy
UIV (JTA) Bloc*
. poured from a mwnorial In
brm of j Nati crematorium
I i protect meeting held in
ketery here against the es
Iniont of Israeli diplomelic
kn- with West Germany whieh
open its. Embassy here Moil.
meeting, held at the Treb-
klenional in the Nahlat Yitz-
Jrmetery. also was in protest
\\ the apointment of Dr. Rolf
who served in the German
during World War II. as the
|Ambavador to Israel, and
Xt Dr. Alexander Tocroek as
Elr to the West German Em-
[here Dr. Toeroek, a natur-
[<;. rman. served as a Hungar-
Iplomat in Berlin during the
|The t w o diplomats were
of any Nazi ties by both
bnents.
|seh Bernstein, Ifidtr o* the
littee of Association o4 Hoi
Victim*, told the gather
that "Gtrmjnj has net
ltd. Th# Bonn Govei iwiml
not find anyone bearing
I the Hitlenan strain than
who served in tho Wehr
' and Toeroek who was in
lursgarian Embassy in Ber
lent protest was held Monday
\l Kfar Diaengoff against Dr.
Iarrival. Yellow Stars of Da-
Ich as the ones the Nuis
[the Jewish captives to wear.
Ifiistnbutrd to the partici-
ihile. Dr. Toeroek made
ibticized protocol visit
to the Foreign Ministry
Jerusalem where lie met
in. Israel's Chief of Pro
Iter the meeting, he made
ti ur of Jerusalem and then
d to 111 \\ iv The precise
l'l Pauls' arrival remained
Mi but n was assumed he
arrive this week
;is disclosed that the Israel
Band which lost all its lo-
ll in | fire a few it...
nil be able to perform the
n national anthem when Dr.
presents his credentials to
v.i/.ir At the request
I reign Office, the Arm)
has loaned the Police Band
instruments for it to carry
assignment

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Ijyr them
m \ ABOUT
W\|,WELC0ME
[you know of a family who has
' arrived in your community, be
to tell them about Welcome
Igon. They will be delighted with
1 basket of gift* and helpful
ormation they will receive from
r hostess, symbol of the com-
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may call .
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Use have the Wek*M Weeew kstess call en me. hould like to subscribe te kc Jewish Fleridien. II eel caw*** end moil to Circelatien Dept., p-0. Bex 2973, Miami. He.
Recipients ol Outstanding Service Awards for their work with
the men and their families in the Armed Forces and veterans
at the VA Hospital in Coral Gables. Awards were presented
at a luncheon at the YM and WHA of Greater Miami by Mrs.
Louis Glasser, president of the Jewish Welfare Board Armed
Services Committee of Greater Miami. Left to right are Mrs.
Frances Pensler, chairman. North Dade-Broward B'nai B'rith
Women; Mrs. Harold Feldman, president, Miami Council
B^nai B'rith Women; Maurice I. Finegold, executive secretary,
B'nai B'rith Men's Council; Mrs. Max Kern, president. B'nai
B'rith Women of Miami Beach; Mrs. Leo Steinman. national
commissioner. Veterans Services for B'nai B'rith; Mrs. Louis
Glasser, chairman, Greater Miami Jewish Welfare Board
Armed Services Committee; Ainsley Ferdie. State Comman-
der, Jewish War Veterans; Ellis Robbins, executive secretary.
Temple Emanu-El, Miami Beach; Mrs. Emery Green, vice pres-
ident. Temple Or Olom; Mr*. Simon April, Mizrachi; and Mrs.
William I. Brenner, preside*!. Greater Miami Section, Nation-
al Council of Jewish Women. Organizations (not pictured)
also receiving awards were Hadassah Chapters of Miami and
Miami Beach, Temple Ner Tamid. Pioneer Women, Temple
Judea, Temple Israel. Temple Zion, Women's Auxiliary of the
Jewish Home for the Aged, Women's Auxiliary of Jewish War
Veterans, the Greater Miami Jewish Federation and the YM
and YWHA. Mrs. Glasser was honored by the Jewish Fellow-
ship Group at the Homestead Air Force Base. Lt. Nathan Reiss
made the presentation.


F~e 10-A
L~i*t thrkfter
Friday
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New Sky Lake Synagogue for Mo. Dade;
Rabbi Jonah Capian is Spiritual Leader
, h Dade Komfeld H>man Bioff. U
C jicaue Rabbi Jon
Miill! >**k
leader, an-
Officer-
tmi are I)ar..r! P Tunick. pr>i
Moroutz wee pres;
jfcnt r^ .retary. and vice* at 9 am
,-urer den Dr
Until the Sfcv Lake Synagogue
{1 nds perrru rti rs M
S.-x-.y eve^inas. M P m '
Rabo and Mrs CapJan are ho*t*
to the commumty .n top.cs rOM*
ing ,o Juda.m PL" ""
, the .H.ng to -s. one of the
p^W.c h~<> ." the ^ea for a
^y Hebrew S.hoo' '..
r.plan revealed He sa.d .h.tan
^pl,eat,on has already en
^Td. w.th the Dad. County
School Beard.
Lebediker Branch Picnic Saturday
Lebediker i'.r.ruh u( Farban.! Tho*- >n need
hold .1! gather .<
Saturday at Haulove Ave at a* I Owar ^
chairman ot entertain,

Faculty Listed At Beth Torah
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August 20. 1965
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Page 13-A
rael 'Balances' Europe's Bleakness
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main interest in Mos-
ias in all the other countries
ted was to s<* ,ho Jews
iv guide, assigned by the
,,.,..I<(1 Intourist agency,
,,,. out the address of the
, Synasogue and said I
ike to go there myself. Al-
ii I had freedom of move-
in Moscow, the guide
>,| to want to accompany me
h i s particular trip. She
up with the taxi that was
ng me to the synagogue.
though I :<>ld her this would
necessarj
. wt arrived at our dekti
1 t (I il her -pecificalh
wanted t<> go in by 'myself
hal she should wait for m?
\- <>n at 1 got in and
hr usual picture l a few el
then I m 'he emptv
I went over to one
: emphatically
I ...,:. In talk t..
New Prayerbooks
i and en
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told mi
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spied
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View of the courtyard ol the Greek Synagogue in Budapest.
The courtyard contain* 22 mass qraves ln each of which are
buried ICO Jewish vict;n,s of Nazi extermination. There is on
engraved table! on the outer wall ot the synagogue on whi h
each name is inscribed.
world's leading Jewish centers.
That was before the Jews were
expelled in 1492. He told me that
of 12 members of his family, only
he. a brother and a sister had
survived the Nazi occupation. To-
day they live in the same hous
they had before the war. It is 600
years old.
The guide pointed out the syna-
gogue that still exists in Dubrov-
nik, but said it would not be pos-
sible to enter because services
were in progress. Later when I
signed the guest book at the syn-
agogue, my eyes caught the name
of another Jewish visitor from
the I'mtod States that of Sen-
ator Abraham Ribicoff of Con-
necticut.
I was fortunate that I had vis-
ited Israel before embarking on
my sweep through the decimated
Jewish communities of Kastern
Kuropc This i- especially true
because of the feeling of opti-
mism and progresf I found there
Observing Immigrants
I was sustained b\ h..\in_
watched the arrival of a boatload
of Jewish immigrants from
North African and Eastern Euro-
pean countries in Haifa.
The Jewish Agency officials
who invited me said that scenes
like this occur because of funds
Continued on Pag* 15-A


S&9& IN TIMES
OF SORROW
EJS\'S7IN
gin took over thi K .-. from
Khi uschi
'i ii- attorney, who turned out
to be .i Hebrew scholar, ah<
me an attic lull of at least
thousand old volumes of toe Bi-
lui and the Talmud 1 was among
the nrs; to learn that the Soviet
government had granted permis-
sion tor new prayei books to be
printed for the Moscow commun-
ity
On the way back to the West. I
stopped in Warsaw, Poland,
where I found the local syna-
gogue a most horrible sight.
The premises were shabby and
the attendance scant.
I was told that the young Pol-
ish Jews are drifting away from
the community and refuse to be
identified as Jews
The elderl> of course, are dying
off.
Fragment Remains
In Bulgaria, where most of the
country's Jews emigrated en
mass* to l-rael shortly after the
Jewish State was born, 1 t- und :i
I roup of 20 men in the city's
only w hi n l arris, ed
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was I that of
lilies in Dubros ink
Wor W ar II, only 17 an
thers it ler were an-
nihilated b) the Nail- or emi-
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1 met one ol the small commun-
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bers, a Mr Toledano, whose tore
bears go back to the days when
Toledo. Spain, was one of the
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Friday Augns' 2a 1965
Jewish Spirit Refuses to Despair of HopeJteFeaed
** ... .... -^ was built by his son. Solomon. ^men ^ Mmpt-(^ ^ cowardlyp^
THE most widely used word
among Jews is peace, or sha-
lom Isaiah foresaw the time when
the sword would be turned into a
plow-share, and the lion lie down
with the lamb. There is the story
of the Jew who was in Moscow and,
visiting the roo. saw a lion and a
lamb in the same cage. Wonderful.
thought the Jew. The dream of
Isaiah is realized. He approached the keeper and
asked how it was made possible.
"Very simple." replied the keeper. We put a
different lank in the cage even- morning."
But the Jewish spirit refuses to despair. HUlel
Eaid- "Be ot the disciples of Aaron, pursuing peace.
When Aaron, sav our sages, would see two
people quarreling, he would approach one and say.
You know, Old Fellow, l jusl saw So and So. and he
Is me you have been having a little mf and he
m abort 11 He says he is ashamed to look
I inth. [ace And then Aaron would ap-
other man and say the same thui
I when the two men who had qui
hej would fall on each ol ler -
race i
K. .. in the hearts of his people
- ,i the Lord, was
one hich he ardently desired, was de-
m. [i had been his wish to cr wn his r<
, Temple, but i '"''
id, this was denied him. And so it
Capitol Spotlight: By MILTON FRIEDMAN
Immigration News
Washington
Pending Congressional action on the
new immigration bill, eliminating
the discriminatory national origins quota
Hystem > ill bring reality to h dream ot
the late President John F. Kennedy.
This correspondent first became ac
nted with Mr Kennedy in the IMO's.
when the latter served as a Senator from
Massachusetts, Mr Kennedy in\ I
out correspond* rt to lunch in the Senate dining room.
>f ).. invitation, it emerged, was to mutter
I I the need for immigration reform.
v f stressed Ins abaom the nation
ed the tt ed; ol J<
iestj '' '' admis-
tea because Ihej were born in the
. ,md quotas were oversu I Hi
, ortionatel] .... quotas were allocated
Nor hern Europe, while inami-
, ern Europe were deemed leu desirable
under our law s.
At that time Mr Kenned] was sponsoring a bill thai
would have achieved the same results as the measure
roved by ihe House Judiciary Committee. He ad-
i ired the loaiHl I rate taken in the Senate by the late
*en. Herbert 11. 1 thman, of New York, in the struggle for
the Americanization of immigration laws.
When Sen. Lehman died. Mr. Kenacdy. then President,
attended the mineral in New York. He commented on the
Lehman liberalism generally, but specifically noted the
Senators heart-breaking fight for immigration reform.
Another recollection of this correspondent is that Mr.
Kennedy personally presented him with a copy of a hook,
"A Nation of Immigrants." a moving indictment of immi-
gration bias. Mr Kennedy wrote the book, linked with his
reform legislation, when he served in the Senate.
During the 160 election campaign. Mr Kennedy re-
ti (My stressed the priority he attached to liberalisation
ol the entry law- and quota system When elected, he in-
structed Ifyer Feldman to pursue this objective Special
essages were < nt to Congress. Call were sounded in the
State of the Union messages.
President Johnson took over where 'Mr. Kennedy left
off. He asked Mr. Feldman. who stayed on for a time as
onal ude on such matters, to renew contacts with
( ongrasa. President Johnson saw immigration reform as a
Qensrt Society" philosoph) He felt the aye-
if bias Bras e living contradiction of domestic civil
tits object;
But the immigration bill sent to Congress by the
White Houat be.-: me nettled up ir. the House ImmiL'ia-
i ri Subcommittee. For many years, the subcommittee
t>een beaded by Rep Francis Walter Pennsy Ivanian
It, who co-authored the discriminatory McCarran
Walter Immigration Act Hop. Michael Peighan, Ohio
Democrat, took over the chairmanship of the siibrommit-
tee on Hep. Walter's death.
Chairman Peigban however, delayed action on the
Administration measure because of personal differences,
to some extent remote from immigration Issues, with
Chairman Emanuel Oiler of House Judiciary Committee.
The subcommittee is part of the full judiciary commit-
\f.r much bitter internal wrangling agreement was
reached, and a very acceptable bill was reported out by
overwhelming vote of 26 to 4.
Bipartisan support appeared adequate to indicate early
nd favorable final action by the full House and the Senate.
The bill will represent a victory for the Johnson Admin-
tion But more important, it will be a triumph for
American concepts of human equality.
M that the Temple WO* *0t* *"***"'
5 ***** ^XltmVStfS* -nt
on the principle that the existence of too expe
..."*.
4. W, WW Sayh,: OST BS
A Catholic Priest
Writes About Jews
T HAS not
always been easy to
jews t" read then- own saga,
stakingly sot down by such
schi lars as Heinrich Graetz, I i
r th. ^bram Sat bar, and S
Baron
So perl they will I
then- bj a > ath-
(.he priest
For ard n Flam
:. I \ sUK d
rial
:. back), he 1
Sei 'ism.
He i to his the frightfully ai
-,,-t,.in. churchnv n; he has
, ol Chtysostom. and other churchmen; he has
rum le anti Jewish decree of Pope Paul l\.
.... ., is fori : ith the Ifellow
:.,- obsi rvinj e few | pes who com-
il IV for severity toward the Jews He
si down the strictures ol the Theodosian Code,
mcil of Toledo, and the church's share
espon&ibihty for ant Jewish excesses and bru-
fon .-er associated with the Crusades.
He is i inscientioua and fair and compassionate
in recording efforts to denigrate, restrict, and mi
mobile Jews throughout the days of earl) Christian-
ity, down the Middle Aees. and, of course, into our
own time Reading The Anguish of the Jews."
many rsetaaaanlii, :,s *" Catholics, and indeed
Jean aiso will understand for the lir-t time
how shrewdly king and court, prelate ami business-
man. press anal the arbiters ol society. joined hands
, ap .lev E BUl of guilds, on ghelto USfBChei, away
of learning.
There are, of course, inevitable contradictions
. that Ol I Bt
Central to his probing i- a took at tl
li mppotytui and i hrigen hoi
punished for ki entle prophet,
by Christianity. The author 'can;-.
is that thi sis, aovtopt d i earlj as the Fourth
nturj contributed to the scandal of anti
-. :. .- i r. Gregorj Baum: 'There is no
tor the accusation that a seed ol eon.
apt and hatred for the Jews can be found in the
New Testament. The final reaction ol some ol the
I ooka (if the Now Testament may bear the narks of
conllu-t be'ween the young Church and the Syna-
gogue, bat no degradation of the Jewish people, no
unjust accusation, no malevolent prophecy is ever
suggested or implied."
Such ambivalence probably will continue to pre-
vail among churchmen, torn between an apprecia-
tion for the truth that prejudiced men wifl accept
gospel norda too literally and a longing to see the
tTaeK>usn"s and charity of true Christian teaching
adopted as a way at life.
armaments of defense ..
such a nation was composed of cowardly peon*.
A rabbi the -ages tell us. once em"antrred
T hah on a crowded thoroughfare and ***** >
In whTof the passing throng would be wre of
w,,rV prophet pointed to two -n who
S3 S'tS CS-S different TJ. ri
"nUM^be There is one little thing, wu can't
ttt*im* n-rrehng and. when, u- come
SETS, suciTwo a.way, seek to med,.v their
MT should remember that a soft HOW
turncth awav wrath and increase!h \ ac.-
AH.J once said to rabbe 'You are always
u-cna us to BPeak the truth, but how ca: we do
rtill Stain peace Therebbe^i --;
, mith that leads a> aj from pea
vsbrii But one sa
.oven if bi.......
,uld be do i
Foreign News Leffor By JOSHUA JUSTWAN
As Pincus Sees It
THE OTHER '" n
1 '
. i tm- I iti sloahi Shan
lound him quite aware : the
1 hope 1 can proceed :n th<
bj Sharetl
the fact that his ele
unMiimous one neems to indicate that thew
Kit) tO fill the post
three y< rs old Mr Pincua cam. .. Israel ii "
from So th Africa, where he was ., iuhsfidb >
lawv. Over the years, he held here high govi
smon* and. for a number of yean, also was nana
dureetor of Israel's National Airlines El I
wan naaaad troawirer ol the Jewish Ageno) i
po>i which he continues to hold.
v 'incus is i mi i! "t action but far Irons
eerr.ee ;.h mereU dry I ind figures Then
res him mote than the inverted
n Zionism is nowadays being pi soi
-, : ii ni the bMata
.. ,..- ed the en i '
n ol h
would be th t not to l
nwt
that
tasks to perform.
o i the primarj 'ask of i
rnrl I,., ttr. to lirml) believet
,-: I \\ei. in countries
it | -.nt it is th,- tank ol
,,,n- rh to imbue I east pa 1
loi tluenea witii 'he anaaai
then teal and atom! i<> pbyMcally parta
in th* i.mlding Of Israel It has to be presumed.
an IntaUsSllial Cbaueafe There has to be a Btre (tl
of tht aviarenes* ot the oneness of the Jewish
of IBM laot of hrael'S centrality.
\1- Pincua believes that the measures BOO
taken n direction of affecting progTamalical .nd
rural adjustments of the World Zionist Organizv:":
bear fruit and that, through the broadening o
iis rt < in lowiar lite will i>e inhantart He is feeli
muca B art ha- la be done in the field of ethic-.':"".
*
Befween Yov and Me: By BORIS SMOUR
Dr. Goldmann Hits AJCommittee
HE CRITICISM voiced by Dr.
Nahun (ioldmann against the
American Jewish Committee at the
conference of the World Jewish
Congress in Saranhoajsj last month
Will have reverUations in this eoun
try The American Jewish Com
oaitlee is now preparing a state
taking sharp iaaui \^ ith Or .
hnaBn'S vir-w. without howeA-erHI
nentioaing his name The atatonienl wiH be dls-
rributod in thousands oi copies in numerous commun-
ities throughout the coinrr\- and will be -ifneil by
Morris B. Abram. president of the American :
si. Contrn.ttee and Dr. John Slawson, .VIC execi
tire \ ice president.
The i BC revolves around the quest inn whet hi r
the .lews need a aingh) body whioh would Bpeak and
on then >ehalf the world over. Dr. (Ioldmann
has accused the American Jewish Committee of
"acting on its own" In domestic and Btrorsaaa pi"
;as. The AJCommittee h aov-rs take the atti
tadc in their statement thai no single M
Hon caa pirsume to repre^-ni all the Jews of the
United States, let alone all the Jews tf the world In
their opinion. an> organization which claims such
representation, however composed. TlntBllai its(-lf
id-

i
and deadi those to whom such claims
dn
- believe that the Jew s in th-
in other countries while sharing
I religion and tradition .til!' '
political issues, l*>th dasnestk
i he) then n are si the ofrtni
would stifle this drversJt)
?id could result in .. "dlssi
Thi > point to the fact that the a
iiiii- e has cooparatod Plotal)
iet with other Jewish organizat-
pursuit of conunon goals
ite as exantpie the SMSBfaM
MnraHaa the is UaMnigWlsaB la*"
"h( Conference on Jaasiah Maieri.
Oeimawy, m tha American Jewish 0a
enct srfv. .r) ,|r\^n, and in the approoet.
proW the Arab boyi asjatnsl fcinerlcan
-s with Istael However tbev Strew
il and aeam that the American Jewish
:< auatinue to op|w*e im mme to asti
.....pose umbrella organisation' flesigi
pel BM SOloe for all .tews in the gnlted
Mi ar ihrouahout the world beestrw- it ew
nwves as 'iU-adviaad or ll- for- ar aggrandizement."
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British Official in Defense of Police
i-v^i:

ho: Religious School at Beth David is in full pro-
Btepped-up plans for programming a fully func-
reci curriculum in the South Dade area, as well
r.:\ school at 2625 SW 3rd Ave. Shown reqister-
ronhrniation class is Rosemary Fa Ik. daughter of
. Walter Folk. Soul Rabin (left), education direc-
the pcul ton years, and Mr. Falk look on.
b- cf moving the entire faculty and school staff
Ivj i South Dade Branch at SW 77th Ave. and
I week, wai brouqht abor.- :est
nta who have moved to thai area._______
LONDON (JTA Home
Secretary Sir Frank Soskice said
in the House of Commons last week
that he was satisfied that polite
11 were giving special attention to
[' the prevention of attacks on syna-
gogues which have been the tar
get* in recent months of wide-
|j spread vandalism.
Sir Frank made the statement in '
reply to Labor Ml' Paul Hose who
had asked how many cases of ar-
son aqainst synagogues and other
Jewish communal buildings had
leen reported to him. The deputy
also asked whether Sir Frank
planned to call for reports from
chief constables on violence and
arson l fascist groups and their
s> mpathizers,
Sir Frank replied that he had
received reports of 12 incidents
that have occurred since Sep-
tember 1, 1964, most of them in
the London re: "I am kept fol-
ly informed by the Commission-
er of Police and I am satisfied
that the police are paying spe-
cial attention to the prevention
of these incidents and the detec-
tion of those responsible," he
Mid.
He added that he did not feel
there was any reason for asking
chief constables generally "for
special reports. '
Two Synagogues were set afin
and badly damaged on August 1 in
different parts of London in what
were reported to be the 21st and
22nd such outrages on Jewish in-
stitutions in London since la.-t fall,
despite special precautions taken
by police to guard Jewish com-
munal property
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i ami happj bet auee i an free
and because my children arc-
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Beth Shirah
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day, 10 a.m., :it the Temple office,
7300 SW 120th St
A congregational meeting Is
.slated, also on Sunday, at 8 p.m.
President Bernard Priedtand will
present the budget for the new
year, and announce tin' new mem-
bers who joined during the sum
mer
Rabbi \lorn- \ Skop will return
to the pulpit -it Sabbath sen ices on
Friday. Aug. 2", al 8 15 p.m., with
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Lea went Into busl-
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tiofl proved :'i-' tOO
i much ir the couple.
,-d the indulgence of
, are married earlier..,
Meat e, t h Meltiers are
leavinj for Europe >n Sept. 3 tar
-is w( < k trip so early" nu,i
, i a i n 1 y mean before
Whereupon, they began
i arrangements for the
wedding !> phone, mail and the
aid of relative! The rites are
scheduled in New York on
Sept. 2 With I>r. Julius Mark
performing the ceremony in his
. i ii (I > at Temple Emanu-EI at
11:30 a.m. .
The couple will be honored at i
reception and luncheon in the
,-< Gold Suite at the Plat*
.it 12 30 and they'll honeymoon
\. v rk, to take up residence
ii u/or > ster later .
So now, the Meitzers have
nothing to do hut finish the
las) hectic week of camp close
up for the winter, pull out. rar-
about twenty cartons ol
camp records and material to be
sorted at home, renew their pass-
ports, take vaccination boosters,
.-hop for Sandi. pack her. and
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Mr.- Stan ol MO 79th
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Mr- Donald Miohelson, of LSI!
Alfonso, Coral Gables

Rabbi .ml Mr- Simon April
hack from vacationing with their
son in law and daughter, Mr. and
Mr- Herbert i Esther) Blumcn-
Savannah, (.a ... Hack
with them came then- grand-
iter, Deborah, now visiting
with them and her uncle and
aunt. Rabbi and Mrs Samuel
April, ol Temple Or Olom .
The Senior Rabbi April will be
ii dating for the High Holy
Days at Agudath Aihmi Congre-
. at ion on Miami Beach.

After many years in the Great-
er Miami area, Cantor and Mrs.
Herman Gottlieb will !x> leaving
the city for Greenwich, Conn .
when- he '.- scheduled to take up
his duties at Temple Shoibm
The family, including wife, Joan
and Stephen 9 Hertha Sue 7. and
n.i\ id Ell 2, will live at 10 Brook-
side Dr Greenwich Cantor
Gottlieb waa associated here with
Temple Judea. ol Coral Cables,
and Temple Beth Shirah
"dTewish meridian
Miami, Florida Friday Auqust 20. 1965
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Mrs. Celia Kandel (second from right), who endowed the Heart
Pump Room at Variety Children's Hospital, dons a sterile
gown to revisit the new surgical winq with her daughter and
scn-in-law. Dr. and Mrs. Stanley Warton (left) and Mrs. Phyllis
Laszlo (center). Conducting the tour is Variety's executive
director, William A. Taylor (riqht). who informed the donors
that the pediatric center last year qave medical care to 50,000
children in the Out-Patient Department alone, amountinq to
S700.000. and that nearly half the patients admitted receive
free care or partial financial adjustment.
'Tres Elegant'
Fashion Show
For Or Olom
Sisterhood of Temple or Olom
announces its "'Ires Elegant'
fashion show luncheon on Oct. 26.
at the new Everglades Hotel Boot.
Fashions will by Beth Weber;
furs, Adrian Thai; hair styles,
Minna; musical accompaniment,
John Huff; and featuring, as
c mmentator, the television per-
sonality, Mi Virginia Booker
Chairman of the affair is Kirs
Al I.even-on. assisted by Mrs. Ed-
ward Block Committee ia con
prised ol Mesdames Bud Sin
Saul Gelb Morris Draluck, Ralpn
Fi-tei. Allen Kurzweil, Barbara
Schi eket, Martin llir.sh, and Harry
- rnofl
Mrs Gerald Schwartz is ways
and mean- vice president Mrs
Murra) Rosenberg i- president of
Sisterhood, and Rabbi Samuel April
spiritual leader of the congre-
gation
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... ^Awcout f^eeple and fl<>
0H TO BE FOUR AGAIN
.,., .hkI Jack Sai Uer*a youngster waa four
i id, Jack didn'l go to hia radio ita!
-,, gtaj horn* to help and take movies if
when he jets older, can remember bis
fourth party, he'll recall that it was tbe best
ii was oul of doora under a canopy floating with
balloons ami with little tables and little chairs
fhere rti Spanish pinata that dropped toys
when the strings were pulled, and the children
collected them as fast as they could in their
plastic hays. And there was a delicious Purple
Peoph Eater Punch for mothers. Among guests
were Jeffrey and his mother. Mrs. William Gold-
worm Mrs Martin Genet and Ben J.. Mrs Max
Sporn and David. Mrs. Robert Birenbaum and
David, and Mrs. Alan Wilson and Bruce. Betsy
Binder and her dad. William Binder, with her
Betsy's mother had taken her to a party in the
morning. There was a marvelous Merry-Go-
Round with horses and stage coaches and a
ferria wheel. Oh to be four again!

NOT THE BRIDCS OF THE RIVER KWAI
(erne over right away." phoned Mrs
Marian Stoltz to her son. Gerald "The water
heater has broken, and the water is gushing
into the back yard Armed with a hammer.
Gerry and his wife Roz rushed to his mother's
But Instead of a gushing water spout in the back
yard, all of his friends had gathered to surprise
him on his birthday. There was a fire cracker
event produced by Miriam (Mrs. Philip) Schill
jnd Charlotte (Mrs. Leonard) Wolpe. A big
birthday cake complete with a baby and a baby
bottle told the news that life begins at forty.
Among guests who will remember the evening
were ReOa and Leonard Herman. Sally and Alex
Gordon. Rhoda and Phil Oransky. Pauline and
Ben Alter, Claire and Bill Parker. Anita and
Ed Cohen. Sylvia and Morris Merman. Sue and
Chel Bramley, and Bunny and Pert Phillips.

SEVENTEEN GOING ON EIGHTEEN
Helen and her mother, l.d (Mrs. Pauli Sobel
went to Nassau to celebrate Helen's 17th birth
day Helen wanted to store up enough Bfierg) to
last her through her senior year at Coral Gable-
High School next fall Lil is also going back to
[schoolnot Gables Huh. of course
ire Hayden and her Phil just got back
scaya Clare who is a vice president at
on Federal on Normandy Isle, said she
aces
ighl at first she was In rood Fair, there were
pie she knew ,\t Luca; Rose
and Mae Goldstein, Mickej and Arthur Pinkel-
st< in Dodo and Sam Falick. Ann and Sam Mell,
Mr and Mrs Bernie .lams, the Coral Gables
William Brenners, and Florence and Sidney
Lewis

NO PING PONG
Minnie Feinberg and Minerva Granowitz
went to the Indies House on Duck Key. Minnie
sat in the shade and got sunburned. Evel>n
and Bob Schwartz and Lois and Jerry' Waldman
were there too.
NAT IS SIXTY AND GO-GO
That's what the invitation said that asked
the sixty people to Sookie and Nat Williams'
pad to celebrate Nat's birthday. Tiaras for the
women and paper collars with bow ties (or the
men made everyone's sports clothes look formal.
Candles from Copenhagen on royal blue cloths
vvas the setting for the authentic Italian dinner.
The cloths were whisked away, and canary yel-
low ones provided the background for the
authentic American desert of "Do it Yourself*
sundaes. The whole Esther Sutherland Go-Go
show from the Lucerne Hotel entertained. Nat,
who used to have a band himself, felt that at
sixty he should let his son take over for him. so
Herbie played his sax with the band. Among
guests were Hilda and Herb Brody. Alice and
Dave Kaplan. Rose and Lenny Leibowitz. Dor-
othy and Les Rachline. Bryna and Steve Kneap-
ler. Bess and Howard Miller. Myra and Aaron
Farr. Trudy and Judd Breakstone. Faye and
Sam Dreisin. Lil and Raymond Feiner. Fran and
Lee Ruwitch, Sylvia and Sidney I.efcourt. Lenore
Kleinman. Edna and Sam Meiselman. Pete and
Irving Hirsch, Faye and Newton Levinaon, and
Gertrude and Adolph Rachline

SWEET SIXTEEN
Lewis Wintz planned a lovely affair for his
daughter Alices birthday. First cocktails at
their home on Alton Road, then to the Eden Roc
Hotel for dinner and the show. It was a lovely
party with a big birthday cake, which made
Alice feel real grown up. Among friends helping
her celebrate were Mr. and Mrs. Ben Finkel.
Mrs Selma Oritt, Mr and Mrs. Irving Wachtel
Mr and Mrs Albert Rosen, Mrs Mar) Coffey,
Lewis Kramer. Miss Ida Kramer, and Mrs
Lillian Lesser Frances Lehman
MffS. DAVID STtlHBtKG
Widowhood to be Discussed
"How Can We Ease the Pain,
the Shock, the Lonliness of Widow-
hood?" will be discussed by the
People Speak Town Forum on Fri-
day, 8 p.m., in Washington Federal.
1234 Washington Ave. Dis-
cussants will be Dr. George Met-
calf, psychiatrist, and Dr. Eliza-
beth Metcalf, psychologist. Chaim
Rose is chairman.
Beth Shirah
Women Greet
New Members
Mrs. d.i\ id Steinberg ne
elected president of Temple B I i
Shirah Sisterhood, was to Ik- host-
i as at a luncheon at her home
Zuleta Ave., Coral Gables, on
Thursday noon.
Following the introduction of
new members, Rabbi Morris A
Skop was to direct a panel of Sis-
terhood members who recently ap-
peared on WCKT Ch. 7 in a dis-
cussion of "The Modern Role of
Jewish Women."
Announcement was to be made
of the organization's fall program,
including the opening of Religious
and Hebrew School on Sunday.
Sept. 12, and the Nursery
School on Monday, Sept. 13, at 7500
SW 120th St.
Participants during the luncheon
I program were to be Mrs. David
Steinberg, Mrs. Bernard Fried-
land. Mrs. Theodore Wayne, Mrs.
William Thalheimer. Mrs. Har-
vey Cohen. Mrs. Ben Trupkin, Mrs.
Cynthia Robinson, and Rabbi Skop.
A .special memorial tribute was
to be held honoring a charter mem-
! ber of Sisterhood. Mrs. Sarah Gold,
man. in whose memory a Scholar-
ship Torah Fund is being estab-
lished to help needy and worthy
young people.
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lere, wh< re enJMren learn to
Di k as ri i mbers of a group, and
so U) express themselves cre-
Jvel) as individuals
[.Mr- Dorothy Raskin. BCD su-
risor, announcea that the staff
fcis year will include Mrs. Ruth
Iron, tin Cynthia Greene. Mrs.
Seila Weiner, and Mrs Miriam
reedman
u Louis Club Meeting
A meetirg of the St. Louis Club
fas held Sunday in the Deauville
lot el.
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now certified
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This means you can use Sweet Unsalted
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2. It's the only sweet margarine that contains
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lightly-Salted Ma/ola Margarine in >our
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Friday. August 20
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jWiL Summer (Zcrcmcnic-
was a
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Bachelor
ffotzker-Sc/rofz
The Knights of Pythias Hall was
the setting for the wedding of Shar-
on Fa ye Schatz and Leonard Katz-
ker on Saturday evening. Auk".
14. t 8 p.m.. with Rabbi Max Sha-
piro officiating.
The bride is the daughter of Mr
;,nd Mrs. Louis Schatz. 7635 SW 57th
An, She graduated from Miam
Senior High School, where she
was a member of Entre Nous, the
French Club, and was the first
].resident-elect of Topai B'nai
B'rith (Jirls. She is also a graduate
< ental nurse of Lindsey Hopkins
Dental Clinic
The Mrs Samuel Katzker. 7791 SW 19th
St, Mb alsoa*-agraduate.of Miami
Senior Uiiih School, and was a
member of Eta Sigma PW Fratern-
ity. He attended Miami-Dade Jun-
ior College, and was a member of
Sigma lambda Phi.
The bride's long sleeve white silk
o ganza gown with a scoop neck
line had apliques from the shoul-
der t' the hem of white lace en-
crustid with hand-beaded pearls
and sequins on the full skirt. The
back was accentuated by the tra-
ditional bridal buttons and a silk
organza bow. The bride chose as
her headpiece a crown entirely of
pearls with crystal points which
accentuated the French illusion
bouffant veil.
Attendants for the bride and
. ciTooni were Sheila Matloff, matron
of honor; Shirley Douglass, Har-
riet Gross, Rita Bain, Liz Lerner.
bridesmaids; Sue Anne Douglas,
junior bridesmaid; and Phylis
Matloff. flower girl.
Best man was Ronnie Levcnthal.
Rick Alterman was head usher. ,
Michael Goldsmith. Larry Green. j
David Gross, Bob Matloff. and
Toby Katzker were ushers, and
Fills 1 ,;' "**"
Arthur Greenfed. ringbearer
Newlywed Mrs Canner is an
honor graduate ol Vortt MUml
High School Shi itt nded me i m
vendty ol Pittsburgh **-..
member of the Phi ,
Sorority, and recei
EdUCati
t|. I niversity ol \l
currenu) a member ol l
;,t (oral Terrace
School
The groom i- a grad iat<
Continued on Following p,,
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RABBI TIBOt H. STERN
HUM SHIRLEY, Ca'ermg Manager, FR 9-3792
AIM. LtONAKD KATZKtK
Jeffrey Matloff. ring bearer. Hold
ing trie guest book were Mr. and
Mrs. Leonard Glick.
The bride and groom will honey-
moon on Miami Beach The couple
will live at the Windsor House 1421
SW 67th Ave., Miami
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Sinoff-Nurenberg
The former Carole Faith Nur-
enberg and Barry Steven Sinotf
will live at 702 SW 16th Ave Apt
201. Gainsvile. Fla following then-
honeymoon in New York
The couple exchanged wedding
vows before Rabbi Sol Landau at
Beth David Congregation on Sun
Have mat
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The bride is the daughter of Mr
and Mrs, Jo>eph A. Nwswnberg,
206 SW 5th Ave Miami. The groom
is the ton of Mr. and Mr- Bernard
Simrff, 4124 London Rd.. Jackson
ville.
For her wedding, the bride wore
a while silk organza sheath, with
the bodice and elbow-length sleeve-
ol alencOD lace appliques and tiny
seed pearls. The skirt had scat
tared appliques and the detachable
watteau train terminated in a flow-
ing chapel train alo enhanced
with the beaded lace applique-.
Her matching beaded alencon lace
crow n had a double pouf of French
imported illusion.
Matron of honor for her sister | -
was Mr- Stewart Greenstein
Bridesmaid.- were the Misses. Kllen
Kempler. Loin- Rothenberg, Paul-
ine Fopoft. Maiy KraUe and Mr-.
Edward Boshnlck,
list man for in- brother wat Lee
Stnoff Ushers Included Steven F:it
man. Stewart Goldberg, Stewar:
Greenatein, Martin Edward*, Pete
Zinobar, Phil Wolff, Sieve Most
and Michael Greenberg
The bride carried a flowing <:i-
cade of white butterflj roses and
stephanotis with a corsage of
large hybrid white orcbida in the
center.
N'cwlywed Mrs Sinoff graduated
from Miami Senior High and th<-
University of Florida, where she
was an officer of Alpha F.psilon
Phi Sorority and sweetheart of Tau
Epsilon Phi Fraternity. She plan-
to begin work toward a Master-
degree.
The groom graduated from Lan-
don High School in Jacksonville
and the University of Florida,
where he wa- chancellor of Tan
Epsilon Phi Fraternity, member
ol Florida Blue Key Leadership
Fraternity and elected to the I'ni i
versity of Florida Hall of Fame.
He i- listed in "Who's Who in
American Colleges anil Universi-
ties" and is at the present time I
junior in law sctioo! at the V of F.
A sit-down dinner followed the
ceremOn) at Beth David
: Congratulations
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staff will arrange your party right down
m to the last silver ashtray. Engagements,
weddngs. Bar Mitzvahs. Birthdays-
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Parties from 25 to 300
Call Morris Waldman JE 8-5731 far
an appointment
m He'll be happy to discuss your plena. s
No obligation, ef course.
Canner-Brown
Joan Ruth Brown became the
bride ol GtTj Frederic Canner on
Saturday, Aug. n, at the Balmoral
Hotel Kabbi Richard M. F Marco
\it/ and Cantor William Lip-on of.
fieiated at (he 8.3 The bride i- the daughter oi Mr
and Mr- Arthur Jack Brown. 15100
NE "ih CL The {room's p
are Mr and Mrs 9am Canner
NK l!)th Ct
Maid ol lion >r was Mist Lorraine
n c i ii d e d
Sharyn Kriegsman Linda Miller
and (Jail Sclimi.r M,-> I |,. n e
Broun wa- junior bridesmaid, and
flower girls were Fli-a Bermaii
and (Jloila Greenfeder
Norman Brown served t) be*t
man and u.-her- Included Marvin
Kriegsman, Dale Gottlieb, and
Mitchell Gregg Brad Berman and
: Waldman
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iday. August 20. 1965
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Continued from Preceding Pge
, Dude Junior College and
horida State University, a here he
[eceived a Bachelor of Arts deuree
, political science, and was a
Jember ol Tau Kappa Alpha, for-
sic honorary.
He attended Mercer University
[feOOl ol Law at M a c ft*-
there he was a meinber of Law
|#view and I'hi Alpha Delta, legal
raternity. He wffl enter the I'm-
ersMj Of Miami Law School in the
til
Reception and supper followed
ceremonj at the Balmoral Ho-
) M'tcr .1 honeymoon in Jamaica.
i couple will be at home at 4500
,k Ludlam Rd., Miami.

Spiegel-Cohen
Rabbi Morion Malavsky officiat-
,,i i h 8:SB o'clock wedding
jting Miss Maril>n Rene Cohen
Michael Stephen Spiegel OH
Li\ \.u! 16, at the Diplomat
pimU\ Club.
[Ttic bxnU- i* the daughter of Mr.
nd Mr.- Murray Cohen. 12W S
th Ave.. Hollywood The grown
the son of Mr aikl Mrs. Leo
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Maid oi honor for her lisle* was
kiss Susan PhyUii Cohen, ami
i mi- included Debbie Doug-
Faith Ratvw, Lynne Rothaian,
Rxuknec and Linda Tan
nli.aim.
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The bride graduated from South
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and received her degree maun.'
cum laude from the university <>l
Florida. At the university, she was
a member of Alpha Lambda Delta,
honor fraternity, and Pi Lambda
Iheta, honor education sororit*.
She i- presentlj on the faculty of
\Ii.mii Springs High School.
The groom wenl to Miami Beach
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Fr:dcy Auqus'. 20. 19^5
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We
the
Women
MiJ- Summer Vow*
GLADYS
WOMAN OF THE WEEK
Gladys (Mrs. Jack) Fineberg was born in New York
City right next to the Jewish Maternity Hospital. Her
father. Jeremiah Levy, wanted his child bom at home so
that the hospital couldn't possibly make any mistake with
the son he didn't get. A few months later, they moved to
Brooklyn, where Gladys lived until she moved to Miami
Beach in 1954.
Gladys was the outdoor type and met her future hus
band when she was a counselor at camp even if the
romance didn't bloom until five years later. She grad-
uated from NYU as a physical education teacher and
taught in the Park Department of New York City, eventu-
ally becoming a park director. After they were married,
they lived in Brooklyn. Then
Jack went into the Navy, with
Gladys' shining blue eyes twink-
ling as she recalled how hand
some he looked in those bell-bot-
tom trousers and little gob hat
Jack traveled all over the world
as part of his fur business. That
tended to make Gladys very self-
assured and independent, and she
took complete charge of the run-
ning of the house. Friends he has
from far-away places never miss
an opportunity to visit Miami
Beach, and Gladys finds it excit-
ing and fun to entertain them.
When the Finebergs went to South
America last year, they were
wined and dined in peoples homes
and saw and did things that the avenge tourist doesn't
even know about.
Traveling is an old story to Jack, but now that the
children are grown. Gladys is getting the bug. and is
anxious to see all of the places that Jack has told her
about The Finebergs moved to .Miami Beach when Jack
bought the Martinique Hotel The Deborah Group of Ha-
dassah. the first Hadassah unit formed on Miami Beach.
used to meet there. Since Gladys was nineteen, the had
been affiliated with Hadassah. so it was natural that she
should become active here again. Today, the i> president
of the Delmrah Group.
Jack plays the piano, and they gather around and sing.
That is the way many hurricane evenings have been spent
The three Fineberg ^irls are Marilyn, the song writer,
whose record. Don't Cry Baby.'- ought to be heard by
everyone, and Deborah and Linda They are a very close
family. In addition. Jack has fiw -lsters, and Gladys has
one also, so between them there an- 20 nieces and nephews
At holiday time, they try to get together, and the Fineberg
house becomes full to overflowing
Gladys enjoys canasta and mah jungi: She also likes
to knit and read They have had fun renovating their
house on Alton Rd.. and Gladys always thinks of some-
thing else that can be done with it The Finebergs like
to eat out, trying different places, but they stick to the
conventional ones.
Gladys bought her first antique at the age of fifteen,
and has been collecting ever since. But the things that
she has from her mother and grandmother are the best
of all
Gladys has a vivid face with blue eyes and very dark
hair. "My life has been no different," she feels. "It's
been a good life, healthy and happy, which is all that one
could want."
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High School and graduated[from
tlK. the University *****^H
is presently at the I mvers of
Miami, working toward a HJ* -
degree while holding an instruct-
orsh.p in physics. He is a member
of Phi Epsilon Pi Fratern.tv and
the American Institute of Physics
Reception followed at the Diplo-
mat The couple chose Nassau for
their honeymoon.
* *
Saperstein-Barnetl
The former Arlyne Sharon Bar
nett became the bride of Edward
Ralph Saperstein in 8 o'clock ri*es
on Saturday. Aug. 14. at Temple
Menorah, with Rabbi Mayer
Abramowitz officiating.
The bride is the daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Benjamin Barnett. 6960
NW 19th Ct. Hollywood. The groom
is the son of Judge and Mrs. Albert
H. Saperstein, of 525 Fairway Dr.,
Miami Beach.
Maid of honor was Miss Susan
Saperstein. Bridesmaids included
Miss Karen Rabinowitz. of North
Miami Beach, and Miss Donna Wi-
ley, of Gainsville. Fla.
Best man was the groom's father,
and ushers included Gary Barnett
and Danny Toscar. of Gainesville.
The former Miss Barnett gradu-
ated from the University of Flor-
ida, where she received both
Bachelor's and Master's degrees.
She was a member of the Student
Nurses Association, on the Dean's
List, and a member of the Ameri-
can Nurses Association.
Mr Saperstein graduated from
the University of Florida, also
with Bachelor's and Masters de-
grees. He was affiliated with Phi
Epsilon Pi. social fraternity, and
Alpha Delta Kappa, honorary so
ciety. He was also on the Dean's
List and a member of the Florida
Education Association.
Following a Miami Beach hofiev
moon, the couple will be at home
I at 14675 \'K 6th Ave No. Miami.

Porvsh-Bass
Miss Flame Rae Bass, daughter
of Mrs George flyman Bui ami
late Mr Bass, became the bride
of lUbbi Naftali Zvi Porush. son
ot .Mrs Saul Porush and the late
Mr Porush, on "Tuesday, Aug IT, at
the Sterling Hotel
The new Mrs. Porush is the
granddaughter and Mrs Abraham M Ba-. of
New York. Miami Beach, and Je-
rusalem. Israel, and of Mrs Jacoh
Wells and the late Mr. Wells, of
Charleston, W Va.
Rabbi Porush is the grandson of
! Rabbi and Mrs. Jacob Shnairson. of
Jerusalem.
The 6 p.m. ceremony was con
ducted by Rabbi Joseph K. RackOV-
sky and Rabbi Solomon Sthiff Fol-
lowing the ceremony was a recap-
! lion and formal dinner.
The bride wore a full skirted
white chiffon gown with point on-
hand sleeves and vionnet neckline
Two wide panels falling from the
shoulders formed a train Her short
DOUffant veil was fastened to ..
headpiece made of imported silk
Qowera, and she carried .1 cascade
of white orchids
Maid of honor. Miss Vena Per-
ash, lister of the groom, wore 1
Door length blue gown
Jerome Bass brother ot the
bride. wa best man 1 slurs were
Israel Porush. brother of the
groom. Rabbi Mark Slae of Chica-
go, and Daniel Azulav
The new Mrs Porush il | gradu-
L
w. 11.1 Kahii
MIS. IDWAID SAPflSTEIN
ate she n bar Bache of Ar1
i urn la
11 from '.he Unive
ami. She is a nu 11
Lambda Delta. Delta ,
Mil Bpallon, Gamma S
Phi Kappa Phi and Ho
In the fall, the bride wiU \.acn A
Miami Beach Senior High x-h^
Rabbi Porush was ordained
the Hebrew Theological "liege tm
Chicago, where he also
the degree of Bachelor of \{t\Kf%
Literature He is a (l luatc t\
Rooxevett I'niversity. where hi
earned a Bachelor of Science &
gree in chemistry.
For two >ears. he sen I m pnn.
cipal of Lincolnwood Jewish Cot
gregation Religious Schools m \j^
csolnwood. Illinois. He a'-. ...
at the Mesivta Senior Hi ; n.,,
d Miami Beach and is preataUj
aaaoctgtaa' wr.h the He+ir'-u Art*.
emy
Upon returning from theirs*
evmoon. Rabbi and Mrs Porusk
will live at 1800 Meridian Ave.. )
ami Beach.
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the wedding of Leslie Anne Etlut
and I. y n n Mitchell Fel.iman -t
Sunday, Aug. 15. 5 p.m R ibbi Mo.
,r Arramowitr offieiate-1
The bride is the daughter ot Mr
and Mrs Ned A Etkin of St Pa
ersburg The groom is ?he 1
Mrs Phyllis* Feldman. < s\
.vth Ave Miami.
Maid of honor was Miss RU
ane Ft km. and .Steven F'i
sen ed a be*t ni U
For her wedding, the a j
attired in pure silk organza >v|
taffeta gown, leaturing a m ... i mpire bodice Mm
with iridescent sequin-
. ppliquei The belle -V rl ad an
wide b rder of ratae
around the hemline pink 1
lequini d MUd pearls s
1 ied bouquet of pink iei
pises and white miniature
lions on a Bible.
Newrywed Mrs Patdm in
hrom Boca Ctaga High School
~- 1 ,1. rahurg and J
Continued on Following Pa*
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jay, August 20. 1965
k^Utthrlcflnr
Page 7-B
Sriaca in c-/fT/a **5uminei> Ucws
ntinuect from Preceding Page
., 5< haul of X-Ray Techno!.
Ishi is a technician at Cedars
ebanun Hospital.
Lc groom graduated from Coral
|rs High School, is attending
jniversity f Mluni, and works
|mi- Poster'! Stores.
-Kept ion and dinner followed
[ceremony at the DeauviUc Ho-
; Following a honeymoon spent
hi' POCOOO Mountains and Wash-
on. DC. the couple will live at
Spring Garden Rd.

Rolhenberg-Temchin
an Rebecca Temchin Ipsrilmc
Alan Lee Rothenberg in 6:80
.ck rites on Sunday. Aug. 15.
her home. 4850 Biltmore Dr..
i R.iI hi Morris Skop officiating.
h<> bride is the daughter of Mr.
Mrs Max W. Temchin. The
m is the son of Mr. and Mrs.
L. Rothenberg, of Baltimore,
her wedding, the new Mrs.
rnbvrs chose a long white sat-
v.n in the empire line, with
-made beading, long veil and
k'(i headdress.
brides father gave her in
riagc. Maid of honor was Mill
Rothenberg. Mrs. Marshall
served as matron of honor.
bidesmaida were Mrs. Howard
.it tnd the Hbaaa Linda New
land Judith Klein.
m man was Jerome Temchin.
? tojoar, leeki petition with
veHpa-librral conqreqotion. Writ* <
lt.fc.loi 2973, Miami, Flo. 33101

\\ ii. r K;ihn
MIS. irNN KIDMAN
and ushers included Howard Gal-
but. Steven Rodgcrs and Burton
Halpert.
The bride graduated from the
University of Florida with honors
in mathematics, and is employed
by the National Institute of Health
in Baltimore.
Mr Rothenberg is a graduate of
the University Of Maryland and at-
tends the university's law school
at present. He is a member of the
Law Review and employed by a
Baltimore law firm.
Reception ana oinner tollowed
the ceremony After a wedding trip
to Jamaica, the couple will live
in Baltimore.

Gardner-Rosenberg
In a double ring candlelight cere
mony on Sunday. Aug. 15. at the
Algiers Hotel. Mis~ soiki Rosenberg
I ecame the bride of Alan Lee Gard-
ner
Rabbi Alfred Waxman Officiat-
ed at the 8:30 p.m. wedding rites.
The bride is the daughter of Mr
sod Mrs Al Rosenberg, 5805 Leo-
nardo, Coral Gables The groom is
the son of the Si Hoslyn Heights. NY.
Decor of the wedding was in blue
tod white For the occasion, the
bride selected a gown with a fit-
ted bodice and half sleeves of al-
encon lace The crepe sheath skirt
featured a detachable train and in-
sertion of alencon lace, giving the
tunic effect She carried an ar-
rangement of orchids and white
roses Her twivticrod French illu-
sion veil was attached to a crown
oi alencoo lace.
Mud of honor was Mist Susan
ROSI Mrs Sal Wainhcrg was ma-
tron of honor Beat man for bia
brother was Roger Gardner, and
ushers included Bill Rosenberg,
brother of the bride, and Neil Abel-
The bride graduated magns cum
laude in m the University ..1 Miami
and received her Master's degree
in education from Columbia Teach
crs College.
Mr. Gardner received a BA de-
uce from the University of Geor-
gia, was a lieutenant junior gra le
in the United States Navy and is
at present a financial analyst for
a naval ships store office in Brook-
lyn.
Reception and seated dinner fol-
lowed the ceremony at the Algiers
Hotel. The couple are honymoon-
ing in Jamaica, and will live in
Mineola. N.Y.
Clearileld-Karasow
After a honeymoon in Jamaica.
Mr. and Mrs. Warren Henry Clear
field will live in Orlando, Fla.,
Miss Elyse Kara sow exchanged
wedding vows with her new hus-
band in 8 o'clock rites on Saturday,
Aug. 14, at the Algiers Hotel. Rab-
bi Morton Malavsky officiated.
The bride is the daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Herman Karasow, of 2412
Wiley St., Hollywood. The groom's
parents are Dr. and Mrs. Leon :
Clearfield. of Orlando.
Maid of honor was Miss Fritzie
Ridenoure. Brother of the groom.
Andrew Clearfield. served as best
man. Ushers included Paul Kara-
sow, the bride's brother. Howard
; Freidin. Doug McLaughlin and
Michael Gold.
The bride received a BS in med-
ical technology from the University
of Florida this year, where she was
a member of Lambda Tau. honor
arv medical technology society.
Mr. Clearfield. also a 1965 I'ni-
Lipinsky-Wilcs
G a r d e n welding in Searsdale.
N.Y w.is the sotting for tin mar
riage ol Joan T. Wiles to Joel Lip
insky on Sunday, Aug. 8.
The bride, daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. Harry Wiles, graduated from
schools in Searsdale and is attend-
ing the University of Miami.
The groom, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Isidore D. IJpinsky, of Miami
Beach, graduated from Beach High
and the University of Miami School
of Architecture.
The brine was attended by Miss
Robin Wiles, and best man was
Stuart Lipinsky
After a honeymoon at Niagara
Falls and Canada, the newlyweds
will reside in Miami.
\V.-rn*-r K-- hn
MIS. WAMFN CUAJrfffLD
varsity of Florida graduate, has a
BS degree in chemistry. His social
fraternity was Alpha Epsilon Pi.
He is a research biochemist.
Reception followed the ceremony
in the Ruhaiyat Room of the Al-
giers Hotel.
Israelite Center
Now Registering
Israelite Center Religious
School. 3175 SW 25th St., is open
for registration for both Sunday
[ and Hebrew School.
All teachers are licensed, and
the school is under the supervision
ol the Bureau of Jewish Education.
Beth Kodesh Reservations
Reservations for seating at Beth
Kodesh Congregation services du-
ring the High Holy Days are now
being accepted. Registration for
Hebrew and Sunday Schools will
begin the week of Aug. 23.
MIS. ALAN GAI0NEI
Lebedicker Branch Farband LZ.O.
GALA PICNIC
SATURDAY, Auq. 21st at HAULOVER BEACH
1080O COLLINS AVE., Miami Beach (Shelter 2)
At 10 A.M. all who need transportation will gather at
29th Street and Collins Avenue, Miami Beach
MEMBERS OF ALL FARBAND BRANCHES
ARE INVITED
BRING YOUR OWN LUNCH; DRINKS WILL BE SUPPLIED
OSCAR SHAPIRO, Chairman of Entertainment
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ENTIRE COMMUNITY INVITED TO SPECIAL LATE
FRIDAY SERVICES AUG. 20th and 27th at 8:15 P.M.
BETH TORAH CONGREGATION
Conservative
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1051 NO. MIAMI BEACH BLVD. (163rd St.)
North Miami Beach
PHONE: Wl 7-7528
Abraham J. Gittelson, EoVic. Dir.
Rebecca Kay,
Kindergarten Director
REGISTRATION NOW OPEN FOR NURSERY THROUGH
CONFIRMATION AND HIGH SCHOOL.
MEMBERSHIP BEING ACCEPTED AND
RESERVED HIGH HOLY DAY SEATS DISTRIBUTED.
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Page 8-B
arming ly
yours?
Woman's concern with i*h'
ion today otten spills over
to the masculine side of the
wardrobe, and in most cases it's
a good thing.
Mrs Milton Friedman said
that husbands more than occa-
sionally fail properly to coordin-
ate their shirts and trousers even
tor yolf. On the other hand. Mrs.
Cib Courshon. who'll be married
36 years this coming January,
recalls that outside of baying her
husband a handkerchief when
they were Best married, she has
left him strictly on his own and
that he has "turned out very
well."
While in London this past year.
the Fciedmans did some ibop-
piny, and as he was being fitted
for .1 now suit, the English tailor
joke,I that in both England and
the United States it is a custom
the ucmen to shop with their
husbands, "The men wear the
kets, but the women wear the
pants," be said

SYLVIA justifies this by the
that mosl women have
more time to shop, and they are
more consc ious ol fab-
ric, i color coordination.
I types if i : ments be1
ler suited for -. I -
Mrs Ala i I n field declared
shopping for the man ol the
majority of his wardrobe is built
around blues.
..
IN the Gib Courshon household.
Mrs bouraMil' is especially
proud that her husband hasn't
pane "native.' and that he still
wears a sports jacket when go-
ing out casually during Uie day.
She feels that he docs an excel
lent job of selecting the correct
clothes fabrics, and colors, and
that his accessories always com-
plement his outfit, lie selects his
own shoes and ties; dislikes
matching ties and handkerchiefs,
and can not sympathize with men
who douse themselves in colognes
and aftershave lotions beyond the
point of good taste.
For the very warm days. Mrs
C< urshon said that her husband
has i him,I the sheer batiste shirts
the most comfortable. 11 sports
shirts arc always worn tucked in.
and he especially enjoys Rotting
dresae I up for speci I occasions.
\- far as his clothes re con
corned, she jus I enjoys seeing
him dressed well an I
.II with him, especially
when he relaxes around the house
ik pajamas
Sauerkraut Fcr
Summer Special
The Chinese invente I saui r
house is "often a family affair, kraut many centuries i here
The three Greenfield girls ate is a nice new way to serve I
I la-liion-con.NCinus. and are pie and sunimei y.
now wi kin;; hard at getting Alan
to wear a leas conservative ward-
In the past. v. hen they
I 'um some ol the brighter
;>rints or plaids as gifts he'd re-
to v ear them Todaj they
to stop him from going out
to plaj golf while wearing a
! shirt o\ 11 ,i pair of plaid
shorts
Mrs Gn 'lects thi
T'.ilc the continental styl
husband ehoici 'II
Sauerkraut Summer Special
2 cups drained sauerkraut
1 cup diced apple, impeded
. cup Plantei s Peanut Oil
'* cup chopped parsley
1 teaspoon carav > seed
l( ; KN1 salt
'j teaspoon pepper
c o m b i n e sauei kraut, apple.
.; < )il. pai slej. cars-
red. salt an r .Mix
thoroughly chill until ready to
sen i For 6.
THE EDUCATIONAL DEPARTMENT OF
TEMPLE EMANU-EL
Announces the Opening of
All Divisions of Its Religious School
MONDAY, AUGUST 30
THE SOLOMON SCHECHTER DAY SCHOOL
General Secular and Hebraic Studies
NURSERY-KINDERGARTEN DEPARTMENT
Half-Day Pre-School Bi-cultural Program
WEDNESDAY THURSDAY, SEPT. 1 2
WEEKDAY AFTERNOON HEBREW SCHOOL
Main Building, 1701 Washington Avenue
Tuesday, Thursday, Sunday
North Branch, 77th St. & Dickens Ave.
Monday, Wednesday, Sunday
SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 12
SUNDAY & CONFIRMATION DEPARTMENTS
Main Building 9 A.M. 10:30 A.M.
North Branch 11 A.M. 12:20 P.M.
ALL DEPARTMENTS CLOSED LABOR DAY WEEKEND
September 5 4 6
FOR FURTHER INFORMATION CALL
TEMPLE EMANU-EL SCHOOL OFFICE
Main Branch at Washington Avenue: JE 1-9745
North Branch Building: UN 5-0216
hjknlsfncr/dkyr
Friday, /.-crust 22. 1965
Lear School WHI Open 31st Year
lu, Uar School begin. Hi U* JPlo-jj" ** -W
year next month, and KM""" K '"^^ detail! of our
,,, principal, and the schools
staff anticipate a year ol achieve
nient ahead
Since 1934. the Lear School has
reflected the growth and changes
i the community." according to
Principal Lear The enriched, con-
tinuous curriculum from kinder
garten and elementary through the
12th grade stresses fundamental,
academic skills and their api-lua
lions. Recopnition and atimulitioii
of the potential abilities and crea-
tivity of the individual are basic to
,he philosophy ol the Uar School
The high academic calibre ol e
faculty, hunted class enrollment
and continuous improvement and
enrichment of curricula contribute
to quality education lor all stu-
dents.
Individual creativity is moti
vated in the fields of art. dramat-
ics, journalism and self govern-
ment. An intensive guidance an 1
testing program affords all pupils
self-evaluation t 0 w a rd reaiiotic
career goals; and knowledgeable
guidance is given to our hieh
school students in regard to col-
It ge selection. Over ninety per-
cent of Lear School graduates are
accepted annually to accredited
colleges and universities through-
out the country." Principal Lear
declared.
'Lear School alumni are amon.
tiy professional and busini
bers of the community Thej attest
to the importance placed upon edu-
n oi (Be individual, intellect-
ually and emotionally. H e s p e e l
[or learning and humanity are
symbolized by the Lear Sefcool \
plant in North--" Mian- *iU be
.nnoweed hi September ttU the
completion of the new C jus.
classes will conunu* at th '
school -.tea. toth s. Wesi Lve. _
educa
NORTH MIAMI HIGH
ADULT EDUCATION CENTER
DADE COUNTY PUBLIC SCHOOLS
800 Northeast 137 Street
MIAMI, FLORIDA
REGISTER NOW
NEW CLASSES BEGIN AUGUST 30,
GENERAL ADULT EDUCATION
1963
General Self cc
American Hi*tory
American Government
English
Central Mathematics
Creative Writinf
Readin, Clinic ^^ occupAT|ONS
Sponish-ieqinn>c
Spanih Intermt c
Spanish- Advance*
PiychaUor't'sc"* iWM
Fundamentals el Ar1
General Shop
Bookkeeping
Shorthond-8eg inning (Gregg)
Shorthond-AtC Stenascnpt
Shorthond-Dictntion I Troa.
Typinq Beginning
Typing-lntermed^**
Office Machine!
Business Law-Reel ti'Ht.
Martgogcs 4. Cc-:trtts
TRADE TRAINING
Machine Shop
Electronics
Small Engines
Aote Mechanics Wh i Alin Auto Mechonics A'.i Ctna'it.o '.if
EVENING TRADE EXTENSION
Building Contrcc'e-s
Eiominotion Rev,<
BUSINESS AND MARKETING
Techniques of Selling
Real Esate Sales
Real Estotc Approisols
Fundomr-ntnls t' WtSI
Real Estate Bic- In iii I
Clothing Construction-Beqinninq
Clothing Construction-Advanced
HOME ECONOMICS
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Exhibit of Israeli Art to be Shown
At Temple Menorah Starting Saturday


>.-A.-|Wl'TWT'ff|-|IHf|mi.ll mil um
8082R
Red Beard," by Mane-Katz. among paintings to
an Exhibit of Israeli Art on Saturday evening at
lorah.
f?rr tr#'flirchrbaum
Mr and Mrs. Arnold
of 1015 NW 128th
Vumi. will bccoim1
Saturday. Aug. 21,
Congregation.
presented with a
alf o4 the Sfollie Ka-
b"i't Hi- uncle. Cantor
Hr- ^..\ LipscMti in offici-
Wt V .-.jhih crad,.
\Juni Huh. and is in
b
^In.' ah reception will
lu nd a J at the R} al
Re--. ;u jiii Relatives
llptua ill be here to
'artidpnu in id- celebration
'
\n Exhibit of Israeli Art will
highlight the summer reunion
party for friends and members if
Temple Menonih on Satunlr.
night, 8 p.m., in the Temple So-
cial Hall. Leonard Rosen, presi-
dent, announced this week.
"Purpose Of the party is to afford
members an opportunity to gather
in an atmosphere of friendship
and meet with their Rabbi, pre!
dent and officer* tot the coming
) ears," be declared
Rosen, newly-elected to the
presidential post, will be official
host at the cocktail party and
greet guests. Rabbi Mayer
Abramowitz will deliver an ad-
dress on "Israel and the Ameri-
can Jew."
Artists t > be exhibited are Mane-
Katz, whose canvas, "Chassldlm,"
will be shown publicly for the first
time in the United States, with the
i Kccpt ."it of pre\ lous show in
New York, in addition to il' other
Ol In- works Also
Shmuel Bonneb, considered Is
rael's Marc Chagall, to be repre-
sented by si\ of In- works, includ-
ing Biblical scenes,
Mosh Castel, who will DC rep
resentfd bjr pnintinEs from his ear
lie-t Classical form to his present
day abstractions, amons them 'The
Pioneers," depicting life on a kib-
butz.
Shlomo Tiafir, to bo represented
by -'Old Jaffa.-- -People of the
Street-- ami "The Choir Singers."
In presenting the exhibit of Is-
raeli art through the courtesy of the
Collectors ('.alien. Rabbi Abramn-
wit/ said that 'Israel has immeas-
urably contributed to our sense of
identity with our peoples past and
les Boris V/'vonfs
Les Rons Yivants. young adults
aye 21 to S3, will hold ;i social on
Friday evcniim. Aug. 27. 8:3" p in .
at the CrosSWay Airport Inn.
present While Israel- heritage it
old and venerated, her art i- ne
and bold."
The exhibit will Ik' the first in .1
series of cultural events to be spon-
sored by Temple Menorah during
the coming year.
Spinoza is Lecture Theme
"Spinoza and Eastern Wisdom"
\ ill be the topic ol the lecture by
I)r Abraham Wolf-on at the Spin-
oza Forum for Adult Education on
Thursday morning, 10 to 12 noon, in
the auditorium of Washington Fed-
eral, 1234 Washing Ave. Music
humorous recitations by Raphael
Burstein and Mrs It. Klein will
precede t h e lecture. Thomas
Davidott will preside,
ENROLL NOW
FOR
Adult Education
Classes
AT
Ida Fisher
Junior High School
SPANISH
BASIC EDUCATION
PSYCHOLOGY
FOR INFORMATION
Call 338-6771
AFTER 2 P.M.
KtnrnH iirnbath
MiHi.'J Sett
He Greenberg
Mr. andMlr Roy Grecttber:
innounce the Mit/vah ot their
on, Doimie, o
\rta 1 tfBur
lush mSS>
*on.
tug II, at Temple
services, Mr and
; will give a Kid
in honor of their
dent
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y Keith
Aug. 21, Jeffrey
Mr and Mrs. Joe
171st St, North Mi
I be Bar Mitzvah at
of Greater Miami.
in eighth grad> stu
F Kennedy Junior
ir- collecting rocks.
lieBs aid Cdfns He is a champion
a't boarder, and i- a member
North V. urn Beach Swim
ir
Jeffrey HV b honored at
party lBa(JJhome. given b> hi-
pa rents,
flBklred Kati
Mildrbff
and Mrs.
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liecome I
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Ai/g.
She
sented By
terhoocl.
Mildred
1 -rah
daughter of Mr
ar-. Kati, 11611 M
Miami Beach, will
Blvah at Beth Tbrah
on Friday evening,
wive a Bible pre
nollie Kahaner Si-
red tea
KeBgfcKi
attended the Beth
School for the pa-t
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m for the Aged
f> DONATION
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1- Qr Jeffrey Ktith Iro Klnefcandoum
three years, and is a student at
the John F. Kennedy Junior High
School.
*
Ronald Birnbach
On Saturda> morning, Aug. 21,
Ronald, son of Mr. and Nit
Charles Birnuach. of North Miami
Beach, will become Bar Mitzvah
at Temple Sinai of North Dade
Ronald has attended Temple
Sinai Religious School for e 1 u h t
year- At John F Kenncd> Junior
High School. )>e will be an eighth
Made student this fall.
Last year, he received the schol-
arship award upon graduating
from the Oak Grove Klementars
School. His favorite .-port is swim
ming, and his main hobbies are
stamp-collectinu and the construc-
tion of model automobiles
Relatives attending the services
from out of town include Mr and
Mrs Sidnev Miller and son. from
Chattanooga, Teftn., and Joseph
Hoffman, of Rrrxklyn. N V
Named Man of Monfh
James A. Ilennett Jr. represent
alive of the Mi.uih human General
Agency of the Massachu-ets Mutual
I Life Insurance Company, 100 Bis
cayne Blvd. baa been named the
agency-- Man of the Month for
July. The honor, announced by
General Agent Bernard I.itman. is
baaed on outstanding sales prodvc-
tion for the month Bennett led the
agency with production of M.IO.OOO
'' for July. Bennett lives at .Vttl Dev-
lomhire Blvd., Cofal Gables.
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r Campaign Hits $175,000
Over $50,000 In now pledges were
made at a luncheon at the Stand
ard Cub. bringing the total pledges
to the recent 1\
inaugural-
Y \l a n d
YW11A (i re a t
Horizons Devel-
opment Fund to
upward of $t"5.-
000.
The meeting,
held here last
week, was host-
ed by J o s e p h
L i p t o n. presi-
dent of D a d e
and Loan Asso-
SHf*
Federal Savings
ciation. and president of the Great-
er Miami Jewish Federation, and
Paul Faske. industrialist and pres-
ident of the YM and YWHA. an af-
filiate agency of the Federation.
Th Davalopmant Fund has
been established for the purpose
of amortiiirsg the new "Y" facil-
ities at 8500 SW 8th St., and *;
ing r e w structures on Miami
Beach and North County.
Chairman pro-tern of the cam-
paign is Leon Kaplan, attorney of
Miami. Principal address was by
Marshall Harris. Present at the
luncheon were R. William A p t e.
Efraiin Gale. David Fleeman. Sam
J. Heiman. Samuel Kipnis. Mau-
,. M.ir, .. Norton Pallet, Ar-
,,ur Rosichan. Jacob Blflon. Jacob
Robinson, and Davtd
Giesser. ^^^_
Flagler Kennel
Medley Saturday
piaster's Lest at three distances
will face a showdown Saturaaj
night in the finals of the track i
SaOQOO Kennel Medley Champion-
ship with Bill Ewalt. Happy Suit/
and Lester Cole figured as he
three strongest threats in tne
stakes event.
Ewalt with Medal. Cri Along and
Andv Mitt going for him. topped
die standings in the three prelim-
inary rounds of the competition
and will come back with the same
trio in Saturday's finals.
Medal's competition in the
5/'l6ths division of the tri-distance
Medley will include his arch-rivals.
Comst'at and Rockstreet. plus a re-
juvenated Como. Another Bonus.
Wild Jean and Discuss.
Cri Along"s opposition over the
Flagler Course, probably will con-
sist of Fred Whitehead's hot-run-
ning Vickie Lass. Les Cole's In
Memorv. Happy Stutz' Busby or
Majesta. Gene Randies Luxury-
Living. Ray DuPree's Sky Model
George Fulton's Unimatic and Phil
Willmotts WD's Soldier Girl.
Junior College Courses
x new, none..' course. Prta-
. Management Intel
c rse offerings this fall a mi
,h,1),1o Junior CoUege hrough
the Department of Continuing EM
ucation
Friday, Aucrust 20
Rabbi Stern on TV
Rabbi Tibor Stern, of Jacob C.
Cohen Community Synagogue .will
discuss "Civil and CivUd
Rights" over Ch. 10 WLB\N. on Sun-
day. 11 a.m.
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JOSEPH, IS. of I! '" PaJ"1 Ki'.
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Robert D and MltcheJ
p|vtei Mrs Lillian Welner He
member o( Ten nl. Israel
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"?Jewish Florid!
Combining WE JEWISH UNITY and WE JEWISH WEEKLY
Number 34
Miami, Flori in. Friday. Aucust 20, 1365
Two Sections Price 20<
.A. Riots Diot Anti-SemiticBut Losses Heavy
ins. NGELES (JTA) While man) Jewish il
lumen h.-..< suffered tremendous lotsa here during the
|i\ lays !>"l nights of rioting in the Negro WatU at c
pe actioni wore not anti-Semitic in character, Cha'lei
fo.-ner. associate director of the Community Relation
fcmmitte<- of the Jewish Pederation-CounciJ of I.o> An-
les. stald here Monday
Posner was asked to comment on some press reports
lanattuf from this city, contending that the rioting was
mti-Jewish." He told the Jewish Telegraphic Agency
Jat such reports were "not accurate."
"To the best our knowledge, he declared, "we
cannot find any anti-Semitism in these riots but only
anti-white feelings, although a number of the stores
d?stroyed in the fires were owned and operated by
Jews. Some of the stores burned out in the fires hod
employed Negroes, others had not. But the actions
were not anti-Jewish.
The losses have been tremendous, running ftfnlas
tically into hundreds of millions of dollars, affecting, not
only small stores but also the big chains, some of which
have Jews among their owners. But. I repeat, the occur-
rences were anti-white, and not anti-Jewish."
An accusation against store owners in the Watts dis-
trict, to the effect that they "take money out of the com-
munity and live elsewhere." was made in a rci;1 j > bi
cast here Sunday night by a Black Muslim leader. But
even this speaker did not mention Jews as such, Mr. Pos-
ner said. Some of the press reports from the scene of the
rioting stated that. a mom: the hardest hit. were Jewish
merchants in the area wtio live outside the Watts district
There was also wide speculation here about whether
those who had suffered loss or damage in the area would
be compensated by insurance A number of insurance
companies have indicated that the looting and burning
of the stores and homes in Watts are not covered by their
policies because the policies specifically exclude compen
sation in cases of 'insurrection "
Arab Parley
rges Bail
n U.S. Jews
[CASABLANCA (JTA) A de
nd upon the Moroccan Govern-
?nt that it put new regulations in
effect next month to keep out
Morocco all Europeans and
neriean* who are Jewish, unless
?h persons are approved for en-
by their ambassadors in this
intry, was made here by Al
m, organ of the opposition la-
lal Party
The newspaper reported that
v security regulations have ai-
ds been promulgated by the po-
lo keep- out of MOTOCCO all IUS-
"ahs who might wish to visit
during the next Arab
Iference, scheduled pro.
tally to open here Sept. 13. Al
I declaring that such tightened
nt> measures will not be sui-
nt. requested that 'those Jews
come to Morocco froHl all
I of tht world' during the *im
parks must be first Approved
their ambassadors here.
nintiiii particular!) to Euro-
in and American Jew- ,,s pel
who deal with Israel and her
feign lackeys," the newspaper
ted thai it is necessar) ;<> take
ter> precaution against the en
baaoi the Arabs and tliex should
t rouched for by their ambassa i- r
Morocco before being allowed
enter Morocco."
con!
liite Prelate
tews Need
)f Tolerance
Roosevelt Tells House:
Israel May be Attacked
(ANTIAGO, Chile (JTA'
ml Cardinal Silva Henriquex
chbisbop of Santiago, addressed
[capacity audience in the largesl
piagogiM here las weekend, lie
[lured on the theme of i
the individual in the old rest
Dent." and asserted that, at this
on the eve Of "he fourth tes-
vi of the Ecumenical Count il to
onvened at the Vatican in Sep-
mber, the catholic c h u re h la
ptsciotu of the thought that "all
havi I "-ids o tin' peo|
bd."
W t nsidert d throughout Latin
America ;.- one of tile I
;res-\< in Vie Catholic
lurch. Cardinal Henriqtiez thus
)inted up his continued interest
having the Ecumenical Council
>;>t definitely the Declaration
Relations with NoO-ChrlstlatS,
Continued on Page 7-A
tf. tAMtS OOSfVEtT
imrint wmr prtpmrmtitmi
Uadassah
Award Goes
To Hubert
By Special Report
NEW YORK Vice President
. rl H Hun ; hre) received tlie
highest tribute within the gift
Uadassah, the Women's Zionist Or-
. anii it., i of America, at Hadss-
- ,li 'a 51st national convention on
Tuesday it the Waldorf Astoria
Hotel in New York City.
Vie four-day convention, from
Sunday, Aug. i">. through Wednes-
day, Aug. 18. was attended by 2.-
500 delegates and guests, represent
ing Hadasaah'S more than 318,000
m e m hers in 1.320 chapters and
groups throughout the United
States and Puerto Rico. All sea
Siona were at the Waldorf Astoria
Hotel.
Mrs. Mortimer Jacobson, na-
iler.*! president of Hadassah,
said that Vice President Hum-
phrey received Hadassah's 1965
Henrietta Stole1 Award at the
convention banquet session "in
recognition of all he has done
and is doing to mobi'iit support
for overseas medical research
Continued on Paqe 8-A
WASHINGTON (JTA) Rep.
James Roosevelt. California Dem
OCrat, warned in a House speech
thi> week that while the United
States was preoccupied with Viet
Nam. the Arab-Israel conflict was
escalating. He said there was a
crowing danger that President
Nasser of Egypt might launch war
against Israel to divert attention
from domestic economic troubles
and to rally the Arab world behind
his slipping leadership.
He -aid the main reason there
was no Arab Israel peace after 17
years was that the United States
had never been willing to commit
its Influence to challenge "the war-
like declarations of the Arab lead-
ers "
He sard that Egypt now had
Soviet T-10 tanks which ore more
powerful than the Israeli vehicles
and tnaf Egypt had twice as
many tanks as Israel. He said
that the new Soviet jet fighters
being delivered to Egypt were
better than the MIG-21 jet pre-
viously given to Nasser. He also
said Egypt had received Soviet
air-to-air missiles, comparable
to the United States "sidewinder"
rocket.
He asserted that Egypt had
sround-to-ground missiles for use
against Israel and that Israel has
no comparable weapon
ROD. Roosevelt charged that the
Administration had ignored mount-
ing Egyptian preparations for war
and had given aid despite such ac-
tivities costing Egypt this year
more than half a billion dollars,
equal to the entire 1952 Egyptian
budge) He demanded termination
of U.S. aid to I. -;>t until its mili-
v preparations were limited and
e urged selling aims to Israel at
disc unt" pricea it necessary.
AT YAD VASHEM SHRINE
Bonn Envoy to Israel
Shaken by Memorial
D*. PAIHS' ABHIVAI PVOTfSTED MGf M
JERUSALEM iJTA' Dr.
Roll Paula, the first West German
Ambassador to Israel, made a
point on the second day of his ar
rival hire this week to visit the
Yad Vashem .shrine set up by Is-
rael In memory of the six million
European Jews slain by the Nazis
In World War II.
Visibly :'iaken by the displays
ol photographs and other do I
ment- ,:f the monstrous Nazi geno-
cide, the envoj called the visil
one of the most moving hours in
my life" and added he felt that "as
manv human beings as possible
should sec it especially Ger-
mans' He said he would try to
contact the Yad Vashem to ar-
range inch visits and that he
planned to make another visit him-
self to the Mount Zion shrine.
Dr. A. Tenen, of the Remem-
brance Authority, escorted the
envoy throcgh the Yad Vashem
buildings. Dr. Pauls listened in
Continued on Page 2-A
ASKED TO RESIGN
Rabbi to Run
In New York-
Senate Race
NEW YORK (JTA) An Or-
thod. \ rabbi in the Bronx was
named to be the regular Demo-
, ratio candidate for the New
YOPk State senate in the 3h Sen-
atorial diftrtlct.
Bronx County Democratic lead-
announced the designation of
iii Sihuleni Rubin, spirr.ua.
leader '>' i Young Israel congrega-
. for the September u primary
election. He will run against In-
cumbent State Sen. Abraham Bern-
stein, a member of his congrega-
tion Sen. Bernstein had the sup
port of the Buckley organization
l..st year but he broke with the
count) leader in July when he was
asked to run in another district
Rabbi Rubin received the des-
ignation when David S. Blatt, an
assistant district attorney, the
original designee, withdrew on
grounds that his mother was ill.
The rabbi thus became involved
in the bitter internecine struggle
Continued on Page S-A
Request Aid to New Nations
JERUSAI KM i JTA i Prime
ter l Eshkol and David
Hi rout/ Governor of the Bank ol
I rael and author ol project be-
n.: studied b> the United Nation*
to aid the "have-nots" in the spirit
I a riih individual helping his
poorer neighbors, were the
principal speakers at the third Ke
hovoth Conference at the He-
brew University for discussion of
fiscal problems of developing
111 trie-
Forty-four countries are repre
- nted. The parlej is the third >l
.i series started several years a
it the Weizmann Institute of S<
ence at Rehovoth. held here tins
year w i t.h co-sponsorship of the
Hebrew University and the Bank
I of Israel. Tne representatives in-
clude 24 Cabinet ministers from
s leveloping countries. Deputy
Prime Minister Abba Eban, who
Inated the i inference al Re-
hovoth .is president "f the Weil
:m institute, is chairman of the
world meeting, which is approved,
among other-, by the United Na-
tions
Mr. Horowitx spelled out the
Continued on Page 3-A
DAVID HOVOWiTZ
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F~e 10-A • L~i*t thrkfter Friday '•-qur ft New Sky Lake Synagogue for Mo. Dade; Rabbi Jonah Capian is Spiritual Leader h Dade Komfeld H>man Bioff. U C**k leader, anOfficertmi are I)ar..r! P Tunick. pr>i Moroutz wee pres; jfcnt R^ .retary. and vice* at 9 am • ,-urer den Dr Until the Sfcv Lake Synagogue {1 nds perrru rti rs M S.-x-.y eve^inas. • M P m Rabo and Mrs CapJan are ho*t* to the commumty .n top.cs rOM* ing ,o Juda.m PL" "•" ,„ the .H.ng to -s. one of the p^W.c h~<> ." the ^ea for a £^ y Hebrew S.hoo' '.. r.plan revealed He sa.d .h.tan ^pl,eat,on has already en ^Td. w.th the Dad. County School Beard. Lebediker Branch Picnic Saturday Lebediker i'.r.ruh u( Farban.! Tho*>n need hold .1! gather .< Saturday at Haulove Ave at a* I Owar ^ chairman ot entertain, Faculty List ed At B eth Torah UkOn Sur Rabbi ano Hn .. %  • for Capian i "You %  be brev Meaak H.;h T-r.. -r^: Chicago „ _^ r .J^SHSo are reutfnii* r, lent oM 1 Joshua Segal dud* Joan Cohen. Florer., ; i the veteran reaches on the -n Kaj Le'-.n L.iu-ii Sieiafiak *rve. : he pu.pii ot Aoatn r I of the Hebrew Sundaj and Roit v-r...-h Elieabem .rv.-our, ana KM MM rre-Schooi Department* Joei GotFlorencthy Gnat tor of the I onaJanet Ml Rntt mdlter U I eional OfTice of Yetma Lmv. Rosalie Hir^chhers %  _____ Wartr School frard chairman, an rReturn.ng iru> year nc the He Ure* Scfcooi faufy iil *• Ale* ron. Hj rr. a r. Cohen. En Shirley Lewn. F Gladyi Diamond. ra P. :>rr.er Rod "da graduate decree i:-; %  fcOWCJ ha taueht a: Tif Israel, ar.d e r v e d as 3 teacher on tin | f $15 KMT A at Wk. 65 DODGES Po' S'ee^g < -c Zr~* Ne* C*r* 6c mi. -v Se*v< 301 23rd Street nniomi weecti Ph. 532-5502 DIMMER OF 8 ACAOEMY AWARDS gT ffCTtrtf tit tumtsm. msr ACIM cto# cwtot. iT enwaoe ••iREYHMn'Ra HARRISON ^ LINCOLN THEATRE, LINCOLN WAD %  linn im IVININC FttOtMAKt$ tAAWNH •< • &#-.Swv I Mc M7$ MM 1: 3 3 00 •* J mtmmmu mirn <••. •*•• tvm.Kos BOX 0>iCl 0*tN 10M • %  ma scAit i OtCMfSttA lOCt Announcing. BOSTON POPS Concerts SATURDAYS 2 P.M. Presented by AUTO RADIO COMPANY Be.-. • : '•' M and AUGUST BROS. BAKERY its of 23 i r; ; STARLIGHT ROOF D MNErt-0ACtN6 NC-HTLY TO TMC M'JSIC OF MAL MALKIN HS PIANO AND H.S ORChES'RA itatefiy SUE LAWTON Superb Conl -e"tal Dining VttHikt STARUCirr LOl NGE W h4—t% HU*$ rh* PM'§9 PC:M$ on A:::-c on No Co*$r, No t4,r„m.-n DORM e." %  c:e*af


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% % % % %  % %  %  BmBBmBmi^mm +.lmlstnrrM>r Fr:dcy Auqus'. 20. 19^5 Page 6-B We the Women MiJSummer Vow* GLADYS WOMAN OF THE WEEK Gladys (Mrs. Jack) Fineberg was born in New York City right next to the Jewish Maternity Hospital. Her father. Jeremiah Levy, wanted his child bom at home so that the hospital couldn't possibly make any mistake with the son he didn't get. A few months later, they moved to Brooklyn, where Gladys lived until she moved to Miami Beach in 1954. Gladys was the outdoor type and met her future hus band when she was a counselor at camp — even if the romance didn't bloom until five years later. She graduated from NYU as a physical education teacher and taught in the Park Department of New York City, eventually becoming a park director. After they were married, they lived in Brooklyn. Then Jack went into the Navy, with Gladys' shining blue eyes twinkling as she recalled how hand some he looked in those bell-bottom trousers and little gob hat Jack traveled all over the world as part of his fur business. That tended to make Gladys very selfassured and independent, and she took complete charge of the running of the house. Friends he has from far-away places never miss an opportunity to visit Miami Beach, and Gladys finds it exciting and fun to entertain them. When the Finebergs went to South America last year, they were wined and dined in peoples homes and saw and did things that the avenge tourist doesn't even know about. Traveling is an old story to Jack, but now that the children are grown. Gladys is getting the bug. and is anxious to see all of the places that Jack has told her about The Finebergs moved to .Miami Beach when Jack bought the Martinique Hotel The Deborah Group of Hadassah. the first Hadassah unit formed on Miami Beach. used to meet there. Since Gladys was nineteen, the had been affiliated with Hadassah. so it was natural that she should become active here again. Today, the i> president of the Delmrah Group. Jack plays the piano, and they gather around and sing. That is the way many hurricane evenings have been spent The three Fineberg ^irls are Marilyn, the song writer, whose record. •Don't Cry Baby.' ought to be heard by everyone, and Deborah and Linda They are a very close family. In addition. Jack has fiw -lsters, and Gladys has one also, so between them there an20 nieces and nephews At holiday time, they try to get together, and the Fineberg house becomes full to overflowing Gladys enjoys canasta and mah jungi: She also likes to knit and read They have had fun renovating their house on Alton Rd.. and Gladys always thinks of something else that can be done with it The Finebergs like to eat out, trying different places, but they stick to the conventional ones. Gladys bought her first antique at the age of fifteen, and has been collecting ever since. But the things that she has from her mother and grandmother are the best of all Gladys has a vivid face with blue eyes and very dark hair. "My life has been no different," she feels. "It's been a good life, healthy and happy, which is all that one could want." 1 It's Here! — A New Strictly KOSHER DELICATESSEN riATURING THf HHIS1 HOMEMADE CHICKENS, MATZO BALL SOUP, KISHKA, STUFFED DERMA STUFFED CABBAGE, MEAT BALLS, POTATO PANCAKES AND KASHA NOVA LOX IIICIJ.Y MIX HOMEMADE GEFILTE FISH VA lb. 7* VA lb. 5* 1JK Continued from Page S-B High School and graduated[from tlK the University ***** ^ H is presently at the I mvers of Miami, working toward a H J* degree while holding an instructorsh.p in physics. He is a member of Phi Epsilon Pi Fratern.tv and the American Institute of Physics Reception followed at the Diplomat The couple chose Nassau for their honeymoon. Saperstein-Barnetl The former Arlyne Sharon Bar nett became the bride of Edward Ralph Saperstein in 8 o'clock ri*es on Saturday. Aug. 14. at Temple Menorah, with Rabbi Mayer Abramowitz officiating. The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin Barnett. 6960 NW 19th Ct. Hollywood. The groom is the son of Judge and Mrs. Albert H. Saperstein, of 525 Fairway Dr., Miami Beach. Maid of honor was Miss Susan Saperstein. Bridesmaids included Miss Karen Rabinowitz. of North Miami Beach, and Miss Donna Wiley, of Gainsville. Fla. Best man was the groom's father, and ushers included Gary Barnett and Danny Toscar. of Gainesville. The former Miss Barnett graduated from the University of Florida, where she received both Bachelor's and Master's degrees. She was a member of the Student Nurses Association, on the Dean's List, and a member of the American Nurses Association. Mr Saperstein graduated from the University of Florida, also with Bachelor's and Masters degrees. He was affiliated with Phi Epsilon Pi. social fraternity, and Alpha Delta Kappa, honorary so ciety. He was also on the Dean's List and a member of the Florida Education Association. Following a Miami Beach hofiev moon, the couple will be at home I at 14675 \'K 6th Ave No. Miami. • • • Porvsh-Bass Miss Flame Rae Bass, daughter of Mrs George flyman Bui ami late Mr Bass, became the bride of lUbbi Naftali Zvi Porush. son ot .Mrs Saul Porush and the late Mr Porush, on "Tuesday, Aug IT, at the Sterling Hotel The new Mrs. Porush is the granddaughter ears. he sen %  I M pnn cipal of Lincolnwood Jewish Cot gregation Religious Schools m \j^ csolnwood. Illinois. He a'-. • ... at the Mesivta Senior Hi ; N.,, d Miami Beach and is preat aU j aaaoctgtaa' wr.h the He+ir'-u Art*. emy Upon returning from theirs* evmoon. Rabbi and Mrs Porusk will live at 1800 Meridian Ave.. )§ ami Beach. -• -. 2 and EfkNr-ftMmon WEEKEND SPECIALS! CORNED BEEF Jf| PASTRAMI ayr y 4 ib. CHOPPED CHICKEN LIVER "* 10W, 10W PKICIS! All FOODS PKfPAKlD OH MIMIStS IT "PICKUP HIKKINC CHAKUt" FOR FREE DELIVERY PHONE JE 1-7691 COMMUNITY KOSHER DELICATESSEN 525 ARTHUR GODFREY ROAD LEO HOHAUSER PLUMBING CONTtAUIHG Canary Sfrv HPAaMN leors Mill S.W. 14th ST. HI 6 9904 DOMESTIC MAIDS RESTAURANT & HOTEL HELP A-l EMPLOYMENT Ph. FR 9-8401 I Vl.nl.. mas. HAHAU potusN Temple Menorah • the -atr 4 the wedding of Leslie Anne Etlut and I. y n n Mitchell Fel.iman -t Sunday, Aug. 15. 5 p.m R ibbi Mo. ,r Arramowitr offieiate-1 The bride is the daughter ot Mr and Mrs Ned A Etkin of St Pa ersburg The groom is ?he %  %  1 Mrs Phyllis* Feldman. •< s\ .vth Ave Miami. Maid of honor was Miss RU ane Ft km. and .Steven F'i ••• % %  sen ed a be*t ni U For her wedding, the • a j attired in pure silk organza >v| taffeta gown, leaturing a M


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jay, August 20. 1965 k^Utthrlcflnr Page 7-B Sriaca in c-/fT/a **5uminei> Ucws ntinuect from Preceding Page ., 5< haul of X-Ray Techno!. Ishi is a technician at Cedars ebanun Hospital. Lc groom graduated from Coral |rs High School, is attending jniversity f Mluni, and works |MIPoster'! Stores. -Kept ion and dinner followed [ceremony at the DeauviUc Ho; Following a honeymoon spent hi' POCOOO Mountains and Washon. DC. the couple will live at Spring Garden Rd. • • • Rolhenberg-Temchin an Rebecca Temchin Ipsrilmc Alan Lee Rothenberg in 6:80 .ck rites on Sunday. Aug. 15. her home. 4850 Biltmore Dr.. i R.iI hi Morris Skop officiating. h<> bride is the daughter of Mr. Mrs Max W. Temchin. The m is the son of Mr. and Mrs. L. Rothenberg, of Baltimore, her wedding, the new Mrs. rnbvrs chose a long white satv.n in the empire line, with -made beading, long veil and k'(i headdress. brides father gave her in riagc. Maid of honor was Mill Rothenberg. Mrs. Marshall served as matron of honor. bidesmaida were Mrs. Howard .it tnd the Hbaaa Linda New land Judith Klein. m man was Jerome Temchin. % tojoar, leeki petition with veHpa-librral conqreqotion. Writ* < lt.fc.loi 2973, Miami, Flo. 33101 \\ ii. r K;ihn MIS. irNN KIDMAN and ushers included Howard Galbut. Steven Rodgcrs and Burton Halpert. The bride graduated from the University of Florida with honors in mathematics, and is employed by the National Institute of Health in Baltimore. Mr Rothenberg is a graduate of the University Of Maryland and attends the university's law school at present. He is a member of the Law Review and employed by a Baltimore law firm. Reception ana oinner tollowed the ceremony After a wedding trip to Jamaica, the couple will live in Baltimore. • • • Gardner-Rosenberg In a double ring candlelight cere mony on Sunday. Aug. 15. at the Algiers Hotel. Mis~ SOIKI Rosenberg I ecame the bride of Alan Lee Gardner Rabbi Alfred Waxman Officiated at the 8:30 p.m. wedding rites. The bride is the daughter of Mr sod Mrs Al Rosenberg, 5805 Leonardo, Coral Gables The groom is the son of the Si


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th< ' n bea ling the ram at Pit tiofl proved :'i-' tOO • i much ir the couple. ,-d the indulgence of are married earlier.., Meat e, t h • Meltiers are leavinj for Europe >n Sept. 3 tar -is w( < k trip — so early" nu,i i a i n 1 y mean before Whereupon, they began i arrangements for the wedding !•> phone, mail and the aid of relative! The rites are scheduled in New York on Sept. 2 With I>r. Julius Mark performing the ceremony in his •. i ii (I > at Temple Emanu-EI at 11:30 a.m. The couple will be honored at i reception and luncheon in the ,-< %  Gold Suite at the Plat* .it 12 30 and they'll honeymoon \. v rk, to take up residence ii u/or > ster later So now, the Meitzers have %  nothing to do hut finish the las) hectic week of camp close up for the winter, pull out. rarabout twenty cartons ol camp records and material to be sorted at home, renew their passports, take vaccination boosters, .-hop for Sandi. pack her. and SABEL GROVE the weddii • • the nexi Incidentally, last eveninj uirprised S with a kitchen Mr.Stan ol MO 79th Ter Miami Beach, and the dec.,• MI-, cleverly executed by MrDonald Miohelson, of LSI! Alfonso, Coral Gables • • • Rabbi .ml MrSimon April hack from vacationing with their son in law and daughter, Mr. and MrHerbert i Esther) BlumcnSavannah, (.a ... Hack with them came thengranditer, Deborah, now visiting with them and her uncle and aunt. Rabbi and Mrs Samuel April, ol Temple Or Olom The Senior Rabbi April will be II dating for the High Holy Days at Agudath Aihmi Congre. at ion on Miami Beach. • • • After many years in the Greater Miami area, Cantor and Mrs. Herman Gottlieb will !x> leaving the city for Greenwich, Conn whenhe '.scheduled to take up his duties at Temple Shoibm The family, including wife, Joan and Stephen 9 Hertha Sue 7. and n.i\ id Ell 2, will live at 10 Brookside Dr Greenwich Cantor Gottlieb waa associated here with Temple Judea. ol Coral Cables, and Temple Beth Shirah "dTewish meridian Miami, Florida Friday Auqust 20. 1965 £ I i Mrs. Celia Kandel (second from right), who endowed the Heart Pump Room at Variety Children's Hospital, dons a sterile gown to revisit the new surgical winq with her daughter and scn-in-law. Dr. and Mrs. Stanley Warton (left) and Mrs. Phyllis Laszlo (center). Conducting the tour is Variety's executive director, William A. Taylor (riqht). who informed the donors that the pediatric center last year qave medical care to 50,000 children in the Out-Patient Department alone, amountinq to S700.000. and that nearly half the patients admitted receive free care or partial financial adjustment. 'Tres Elegant' Fashion Show For Or Olom Sisterhood of Temple or Olom announces its "'Ires Elegant' fashion show luncheon on Oct. 26. at the new Everglades Hotel Boot. Fashions will by Beth Weber; furs, Adrian Thai; hair styles, Minna; musical accompaniment, John Huff; and featuring, as c mmentator, the television personality, Mi Virginia Booker Chairman of the affair is Kirs Al I. even-on. assisted by Mrs. Edward Block Committee ia con prised ol Mesdames Bud Sin Saul Gelb Morris Draluck, Ralpn Fi-tei. Allen Kurzweil, Barbara Schi eket, Martin llir.sh, and Harry rnofl Mrs Gerald Schwartz is ways and meanvice president Mrs Murra) Rosenberg ipresident of Sisterhood, and Rabbi Samuel April spiritual leader of the congregation amvrent HOH all-4'otton relomr /thirt HUM .i got to have this soft, plush cotton velour in" look for ba.k to school. Has a zip k collar wear it all the way up or any-,... n Choose vours in natural, (Old, blue and burgundy Sizes 10-20 in tves. •, FlOO* DOWNTOWN MIAMI idi ll 6 Bu'd" • *3rV. ..fy f..\ 1 pin It ... tmtt-h tmmdrmm shirt MADE EXCLUSIVELY FOR BURDINE'S •.98 the shirt 1 Patch madras so different, so distinctive Tapered right, for a slim, trim fit. Tails too, for more casual wear. Tailored of all madras patches; guaranteed to bleed Sues 12-20 in short sleeves Go get one! Use your charge! younq men. >o..rtH floor DOWNTOWN MIAMI (di tl 6 Burdme'J irorei) URD I NE sunshine fashions



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F-.rlrry, August 20, 1365 #<* &f /<# fhrMI-tr Page 3-A AS ABA CONVENTION ENDS ON MIAMI BEACH Cuban Farband Bar Nixes Resolve on Discrimination set"or suSSay \ Miami Beach attorney and a rmer Governor of Florida offered a resolution t the American Bar As>ociation last week aimed B t preventing tate" meetings in facilities that discriminate against pi ions for racial or religious rea., iv Thr resolution was defeated. Harry Zikernkk. acting as a member of the ABA. and Gov. Fuller Warren, of Miami, speaking in similar capacity, proposed the %  solution at the final business session of the organization on Thurs\ug 12. The resolution read: "No (uturi ma*tnos of Ha American Bar Association, or #ry meeting or function auxiliary thereto, either nation*I or regional, shall be held in any place, whether a public accom—cdatton or private club or in%  • i t u t i o n that discriminates ...i** any person because of ca color, creed or national orgin. i : e ABA, • %  • old the '• %  the bai >>i quc %  i> that the issu I liscrin not invob ed i emei t month i ienl li'Tv the *mei ii .m Bar Aanocietion %  leriuled ae> M al ol its nnani.1 co n vention functions, inckadins %  ..i the Tan Beotion and she i ideals Reception, al the H..th N I time club on Miami W&KKIN IUKIKNKK IIIUH IfOf.V BAY SERVICES AT THE KOMI I It in.Af KSTO.M: uhington Are., Miami Beach •r conrtifioorW Facilities AM KOftf, Rabbi WNEST FIELD, Cantor your reservation* now at the office riMillMVI-?.WI % Before l en\ ing I or ^ our \ aoalion Make Your Rew*i valid lor tin* HIGH HOLY DAYS Serrtrei Conducted n rii'inlei STRICTLY KOSHER CUISINE ONLY CLAIT MCATS Served in ihe WAI I'M N Manner oadei (if) Supervision Tti Air Conditioned Waldman •CUM AT 45m ST. MIAMI ICACN JE 8-5731 mow Beach barred to Jewiah member ship. Leo Mindlin, executive editor ol The Je Lsh I his n that the % %  %  was nerican \ rs to the or nizatioi \n article %  : %  dlin, brt ened th< The New York Times later published the move by Morris Abram, national president of American Jewish Committee, to 'Have-Not 1 Aid Suggested Continued from Page 1-A type of international aid by the wealthy nations for which Mr. Eshkol called. His "Horowitz Plan," proposed a year ago before the United Nations Economic and Soda] Council has since been under study of the International Bank for Reconstruction and Development. Under the '"Horowitz Plan." whuh the Bank of Israel >iin't reiterated here, the wealthier nations of the world would let aside between one per cent and two per cent ol their troai national r net. each yea •> kle t jpit.il (Or the widen d states lie noted that U I ranaft ol capital to UM • l< velopt I ons, which hi i xpei t< tl %  ., •. BSI has u ad, de< lint I, I nder Inplan, ained, the lie'. • %  ci i of get tin • i nl t apital to trigger i stic proj ects fur the Improvement of education and general standards ol life. dispute the bar's decision to stage the annual convention functions in the Bath Club in a Iftter to Lewis F. Powell Jr., president of the American Bar Association. The functions scheduled at the club were promptly canceled. In his argument before the closing business session, Zukernick. joined by Gov. Warren, suggested that "ii Mr. Justice Kortas or UN Ambassador Arthur Goldberg were present at this convention, they would of course be welcome to the functions •scheduled for the restricted facility In question. "But these distinguished Amen an leadt rs would also be excluded %  :, membership the very m x1 The Standing Comi ttee on F ol.it. • Warren Zukernick resolution with the follow•i ent: "Your committee is of the opinion that the language of the resolution ll overly narrow. It singles out but a limited segment of the broad ard important field of civil rights in which the American Bar Association has long been active and a leader on a broad scale. "It felt that adoption of the n lution may well tend to eh.cine the fact ot the Association's overall activities and broad and affirmative policies against discrimination because of race, creed color or national origin. Therefore, your committee amended this reslution so as to redeclare and reflect the full reach of these long-established policies and activities so that it reads as follows: "Whereas, the policy of the American Bar Association is not to discriminate against any person because of race, color, creed or national origin, be it resolved that it is the sense of this assembly that the officers and .sections uf the a.-SOCiation should endeavor to use all reasonable means to effectuate this policy." Zukernick told the .1 ew is h Fleridlan on Wednesdaj that "despite the UsA's long-time activity in what the Standing Committee Resolutions called the As lion's 'bi oad ii teresl and 'al firmath e policit -' discrim. Min.' the bar nevi pet Ited thi Bath functions h e r e, u] hoi %  %  it the [unctiot vi %  n l anj ii,.mil. r ol the bar, an excuse totallj a ie involved. "Nevertheless, as I see it, the i'.sce hos now been brought out into the open, and certainly Gov. Warren ard I feel that the bar will henceforward be exceptionally careful in its arrangements with respect to discriminatory facilities." /.ilk1I irk. a m e in h e r "I the Board ol Governors of Ihe Florida Bar, is also on the Florida Executive Committee of the Anti-Defamation League of B'nai li'nth. Cuban David Bliss Branch of tl Farband will 'hold a supper an I dance Otl Sunday, 6:90 p.m., at the I'ontainebleau Hotel. Featured will be the Irving Pietrack Orchestra and installation of new officers. Adolf Kates will be honor guest of the evening In charge of information is SaJider Wolson. financial secretary of the branch. 7709 Byron Ave.. Miami Beach. RAT PROOFING A Specialty BfCuTAff PFST CONTROL fOK THE HOM AND BVSMSS FREE INSPECTION TRULY NOLEN EXTERMINATORS Tel. FR 7-1411 600 N.W. 7th AVE. V %  >*/ tea u/V> ounce PRESCRIPTION OPTICIANS FASM.ON CENTER OF THE SOOTH LarycH Selection in L.itet biylei • Men and A •men FREE PARKING SPACE IN REAR CONVENIENT TO BUSES 728 LINCOLN ROAD (On thr Mall) Phone JE 8-0749 Oculistt' Precript'ons Filled CONTACT LENSES Rabbi Brocks Leaving r Temple Zamora announced this i week that Rabbi Hershel Brooks I will he leaving the Zamora pulpit I in September Rabbi Brooks was the Temple's spiritual leader for the past three years. 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I'll • • %  ; 1 Tlo.N \ \ \ .; l: • \ %  r VTI 11" '• %  I I %  I. -I. ..... \ %  HATED i 1. rk l : NOTICE UNDER F.CTiTIOUS NAVE LAW :\ ;i\ I \ • %  THE PI OWER SHl %  •i, su,-. i %  Miami Intel i thi I'II mi Court of l lade < Ida. r M l< IN.a t-'la. 'orp \i w:.-n M.I. i: ii.-iii'.i: At tori St. Kendall, l I i %  NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW \-i. i !• i: is HEREm i ;i\ i S thai tl .. Hill. i • %  I • : fk'tltl • • • K. •/.) Kl 'RNi (R nl 11"" Miami !: %  %  i' ... i i Inti nd w itii • hi "• %  i i'a.i.Count). World*. MA RANT I:N ii'l:l'i:isKs. INC R) Maria At tonlmi sV> i. Hri -nl. nl H M:I:\ /.I KBRNICK i f for MBI ..ut I. titrprivi >. I nc, % %  i-. .. I i.Maiin i.. ... i la. NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW N< i rii i: i^ in RI nit (1IVEN thai the ut.'' sngi in • MIAMI M ItSINtl HOME at IMS1 N K •.. i •. n,Iin %  • L-I-I. • '|i rk "I i hi 'ii ,,i. '..null Pli Sole mnr 14601 N I' 16 Ave. Corporation M \IUC l M:I i: \ %  %  %  Mftitl S I p.ialli.ll mm A tida. .. 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F-.rlrry, August 20, 1365
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AS ABA CONVENTION ENDS ON MIAMI BEACH
Cuban Farband
Bar Nixes Resolve on Discrimination set"or suSSay
\ Miami Beach attorney and a
* rmer Governor of Florida of-
fered a resolution t the American
Bar As>ociation last week aimed
Bt preventing tate" meetings in
facilities that discriminate against
pi ions for racial or religious rea-
., iv Thr resolution was defeated.
Harry Zikernkk. acting as a
member of the ABA. and Gov. Ful-
ler Warren, of Miami, speaking in
. similar capacity, proposed the
solution at the final business ses-
sion of the organization on Thurs-
\ug 12. The resolution read:
"No (uturi ma*tnos of Ha
American Bar Association, or
#ry meeting or function auxil-
iary thereto, either nation*I or
regional, shall be held in any
place, whether a public accom-
cdatton or private club or in-
i t u t i o n that discriminates
...i** any person because of
ca color, creed or national or-
gin.
i : e ABA,
old the '
the bai
. >>i quc
. i> that the issu I liscrin
not invob ed
i emei t month
i ienl li'Tv
the *mei ii .m Bar Aanocietion
leriuled ae> m al ol its nnani-
.1 convention functions, inckadins
..i the Tan Beotion and she
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n I time club on Miami
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Leo Mindlin, executive editor ol
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Continued from Page 1-A
type of international aid by the
wealthy nations for which Mr.
Eshkol called. His "Horowitz
Plan," proposed a year ago be-
fore the United Nations Econom-
ic and Soda] Council has since
been under study of the Interna-
tional Bank for Reconstruction
and Development.
Under the '"Horowitz Plan."
whuh the Bank of Israel >iin't re-
iterated here, the wealthier na-
tions of the world would let aside
between one per cent and two per
cent ol their troai national r
net. each yea > kle t jpit.il
(Or the widen d states
lie noted that U I ranaft
ol capital to Um l< velopt I
ons, which hi i xpei t< tl
., bsi has u ad, de< lint I,
I nder In- plan, ained, the
lie'. ci
i of get tin i nl t apital to
trigger i stic proj
ects fur the Improvement of edu-
cation and general standards ol
life.
dispute the bar's decision to
stage the annual convention
functions in the Bath Club in a
Iftter to Lewis F. Powell Jr.,
president of the American Bar
Association.
The functions scheduled at the
club were promptly canceled.
In his argument before the clos-
ing business session, Zukernick.
joined by Gov. Warren, suggested
that "ii Mr. Justice Kortas or UN
Ambassador Arthur Goldberg were
present at this convention, they
would of course be welcome to the
functions scheduled for the re-
stricted facility In question.
"But these distinguished Amen
. an leadt rs would also be excluded
:, membership the very m x1
The Standing Comi ttee on F
ol.it. Warren Zu-
kernick resolution with the follow-
i ent:
"Your committee is of the opin-
ion that the language of the reso-
lution ll overly narrow. It singles
out but a limited segment of the
broad ard important field of civ-
il rights in which the American
Bar Association has long been
active and a leader on a broad
scale.
"It felt that adoption of the n
lution may well tend to eh.cine
the fact ot the Association's over-
all activities and broad and af-
firmative policies against discrim-
ination because of race, creed
color or national origin. There-
fore, your committee amended
this reslution so as to redeclare
and reflect the full reach of these
long-established policies and ac-
tivities so that it reads as follows:
"Whereas, the policy of the Amer-
ican Bar Association is not to dis-
criminate against any person be-
cause of race, color, creed or na-
tional origin, be it resolved that it
is the sense of this assembly that
the officers and .sections uf the a.--
SOCiation should endeavor to use
all reasonable means to effectuate
this policy."
Zukernick told the .1 ew is h
Fleridlan on Wednesdaj that "de-
spite the UsA's long-time activity
in what the Standing Committee
Resolutions called the As
lion's 'bi oad ii teresl and 'al
firmathe policit -' discrim.
Min.' the bar nevi pet
Ited thi Bath
functions h e r e, u] hoi
it the
[unctiot vi n l anj
ii,.mil. r ol the bar, an excuse to-
tallj a ie involved.
"Nevertheless, as I see it, the
i'.sce hos now been brought out
into the open, and certainly Gov.
Warren ard I feel that the bar
will henceforward be exception-
ally careful in its arrangements
with respect to discriminatory fa-
cilities."
/.ilk- 1I irk. a m e in h e r "I the
Board ol Governors of Ihe Florida
Bar, is also on the Florida Execu-
tive Committee of the Anti-Defa-
mation League of B'nai li'nth.
Cuban David Bliss Branch of tl
Farband will 'hold a supper an I
dance Otl Sunday, 6:90 p.m., at the
I'ontainebleau Hotel.
Featured will be the Irving Pie-
track Orchestra and installation of
new officers. Adolf Kates will be
honor guest of the evening
In charge of information is SaJi-
der Wolson. financial secretary of
the branch. 7709 Byron Ave.. Mi-
ami Beach.

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Pcce 4-A •Jmlst-fkr***" Fridcy. August 20. lg -Jewish Floridian OFFICE and PLANT 120 NIL Sixth Sheet ~ ^^V^lvZ Telephone FR W605 ^ jew „ h ~J~^J^J^rZ£Z& Teletype Communication. Miami TWX S^ftj^S 4 .ESS? ^rMSS^TS 30S*9*4869 K_^T^^ FRED K. SHOCHET Editor and Publisher J^Til" L "* 1 '*'"*-. *o. •* %  LEO MINDLIN Executive Editor Oa. of TOW upon o^it ^_ BELMA M. THOMPSON As*, to. Pubhshei Volume 38 Number 34 mmm — Friday. August 20. 1965 Tfco J*wih 9lm IWWM '* Khnii 22 Ab 5725 of th* m*liar-! :.-.:-r>ersons and eAabluhmenin. The C: mils that there are •acne hinti o. anti-Sen motivation and rt many V emelv fc the conclv me violence wo. mainly m httle %  be i1 Tl itself nan brutal aa %  tag example %  pre%  err. • that thev ELECTION CAMPAIGN I965 ^ "5 • has occ ur red De • U eves jrely maket task of those among us to continue our eiiorts :n behalf of equal freedom and equci opportunity for all citizens, regardless ol race, creed or color. For the enemies of this basic American principle are strong — and growing. And their battle against those whites who have long been active participants in the civil rights movement was never a fair one. It made the decision to identify with the movement from its fledgling days difficult indeed. What the Negroes in Los Angeles have done is to cast doubt on the best efforts of every fair-minded American and the intention Instant Mitigation The reaction of Dr. Pauls, the new Bonn Ambassador to Israel, to the Yad Vashem exhibit in Jerusalem was apparently a profound one. judging by news reports early thus week. Those who have seen the exhibit were easily moved to tears, for it documents the yecrs of Nazi atrocity toward the Jews of Europe during the Hitler era. Dr. Pauls' visit to Yad Vashem so quickly upon his arrival to take up his otficicl duties suggest. Bonn's earnest e"ort to remedy the toctless decision to cDpo;nr a former T I i rev %  %  i Yad Vashem was cr. effort at on. ^\A. A Tenth Anniversary The September. 1965 issue of The Jewish Digest will mark ten years of publication for this monthly magazine. With an eye toward compiling a digest view of Jewish life today, the magazine culis articles from English-language Jewish newspapers of siqmficance across the land, and comes up with features of its own that give an interesting picture of contemporary Jewish afEditor and publisher are Bernard Postal end David H. White. Both men have longtime reer. in the held. On the occasion of its tenth anniversary, The Jewish Digest is to be commended. rn-nSto mas*ma rmsini) Unhappy Circumlocution The American Bar Association decision to rej • -: resol iti< .. I e final business session of ".or. hen person • %  %  .ub os a con .;e of iocul end anal pressures. Apparently, the bar fails to see the insult implicit in the explanation that ABA members. whatever their race or religion, would not be denied admittance to any association function at the club. For. as the sponsors of the resolution. Miami Beach Attorney Harry Zukernick and former Florida Gov. Fuller WarTen, put it, these attorneys would also be denied club membership the very next day. This is what we prefer to regard as sinqle shot tolerance. Nevertheless, the alternate resolution finally passed by the ABA. however weak-worded, suggests that the association will henceforth be scrupulously careful in its schedulinq of convention functions — if only to avoid the kind of local and national pressures to which it was subjected in our community. during (he week as i see it % HE question of civD *v %  obedience is •econia. u increasingly important n j unhappy one We bam ways prided eanetvei ing a nation of law. by LEO MINDLIN to see the proper ::. This .s p-crt.cu. %  unfortunate crt a tin iqhts legislation keeps mounting virtually day by Jews, who have been traditionally cctive in behalf of Necro liberties, ere thus disheartened when they are confronted with so violent a disregard for the symbol of law and order as the foundationstone of democracy. Law and order should never be compromised —not even in the name of advancing them. For tyrants on both sides of the fence have historically underscored their patriotism. After a while, it becomes difficult to distinguish between the violators and the victims. In the Los Angeles case, the violators and the victims were the same. Jewish communities everywhere may be heartened that Negroes destroyed and pillcged indiscriminantly and unmotivated by specific feelings of antiSemitism. But this is scant satisfaction for us as Americans, whatever our personal creeds. For. in the end. the responsibility free men must bear to nurture their freedom has been cruelly flaunted. %  on b*. indeed, regarded with ^^ thing like tilent contemn those South Amencar. and • a le-ser extent K iropj lands where Chans*, emment are prod it a'| W tW whim of street mobs But it a fact. e\en if we %  oak] rath* ^ recognize it. that many of us are beginning to act like tho-e f ha\ considered inferior to us Paradoxically the choice ii plained in terms of absolute democratic expression Wt u asked, for example, to understand Los Angelev. in termof frustration in the face of the denial of freedom. Street mobs have always cried democracy to justify havior. but it is they who in the final analysis contribute • : ..i, tlfii When President Johnson talks about the Klponj < r log jf D I evading th.i— •:• %  h. ihitting it HMSn f : ,,. Americans, chaos is a fairly net p • .• ,; • %  politacsllj iasctivc role I articularly ro> criticism students wi other countries, freq into the forrfron 1 c .-dure Ii • Universii \ I % %  %  -. • IHl llHGl* Of PCUCl $l/PP0T T HE EXCUSE OFFEREO tra %  Th. tod.) Birchites and tin unrest Movement! il Supj I % %  Loe.l PoOci I ibtle exampl%  •' re ath) of civil disobedier.1Superficially, on sssume it an admirable thing to urge support of the police edicated and paid men whose job it it increasin g made to fi everything that the word, "copper at its worst implies Bill from an alternate vantagepomt. other considerationemerge Why is it for example, nectiHQ :> launch a Support N • : Local Police Fore, campaign" Are not the poUce the official lanof the law" (in what bssil re the) tingled out fr>r great' port from us than .-ay our Kin department-'' Certainly, firemen need our support. too It is undeniablthey also perform community functions of paramount Mgni!. as do sanitation workerthe Road Department and a ho-t ol governmental and quasi governmental agencies dedicated to ing the needs of the nation's citizenry -:• -:• -tTNI VIOLIN! IMPACT ON DlmOCKACt THE ANSWER IS that the police com.cloaeel in the -tr..' psychologists mind to a paramilitary forte Thost who their support today do not r.ally mean that we should supf" rt polic. i they anth. -ir Irbertie. safety What they have in mil iv of the Ptheir own ternu .1 commando unnto fu lp impose a sen | il the -treetIf th %  %  : 1'auK. the new 1 easy l Reel in th H iea durtn. \v..rll War II •J. •:. : uiiio focf$ Af THI LONI nommu *aJO ONE WILL deny that Bonn ehould havi been beyond rei to Israeli tensibiliUe., particularly with the fir-t tmbsssi appointment On the other hand, it is unrealistic for Jewthere I continue demonstrating their be! hither they n •emI political ami economic h.ison with Been m 01 their mournful integrity or thej n the realit ce in th. ter national good and at. • | bin iriet and me presumably ,. %  -. tmenl \ %  : the $822 n e than 1 ally and bistorii ill) %  1ST,. || tin* 1 Continued on Pago S-A



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Fare 2-A +M1si-fkrMtor. Friday. Augus*. 23 Memorial Shakes Bonn Ambassador hure wtwr •""*** Embassy T*e En*.^nffw:ll be a buiWin: is -nil under Ct na t i n at ion, temporarily at (otoex* Continued from Paoe 1-A almost complete silence a* Or. Tana* • %  piatned the frisly exhbH. Ii -*arp contrast to the situation fcefore he arrived, only one demonttrator a present at Lydda airport wni his plane touched down, she as Brooke Khbansku i >ur\lof the Baalystok Ghetto OprisBeth Israel Will Start Seating For High Holy Days Moses J Grundvieri. pr>-. Belli Israel Con* an%  : %  '..cek that %  r the li :il be accepted b i ek. K for tl • The sanctuary, which is fully air-corrtrtioned, is one ot~ the most outstanding architectural designs in the re according to Grundwerg. and by a cantoi • Thi 5 p.m. d Dr. Goldstein in Gotham NKV. VoRK — JTA — 1 >: i-tein. member of the : %  tivi Jerus i world I the wd. arrived here i i • %  t eei be will oper I i, 11 the Ket • i : i" es i ;n Ven. nd Cat -65 OOOwl" Ot"r F>n Car % 1SS1 W HAGIER FR 3-0326 fcah^AAAAAA*. A A afe*farffeftnRSSSSBRB** A *. > $2 9 5 r Day plus M.ltljl BEN'S RENTALS ATTENTION! Jewish Home for the Aged fHfVin SHOP NEEDS YOUR DONATION NOW! "All Items T>> D-dict.hl • CALL. 696-2101 • and en ad member of one of Israel's ex-parin organizations She also to Mount Z B :nd. as D" Paul i and the Israeli secuiit} gui led her. said quietl> but audibin Hebrew and in German. • Pauls go home At the airport, the envoy said •hat the pa*t should not be foi_ -ten but he urged that Jews and Germain look forward to the future One of the ne>men referred ^reer as an officer in German Arms in "II. and asked whether he consKi. I the right mai iom. • post He repl vrouid t" %  • -.inability At the BUM I icr Benthe In W rivnatiot Dr. Erler, the shado* cabinet Foreign Minister or tne Social Democrat Paty sa>d in a-vd SPD communique that he heped the step would not be an end in itserf and that both countries showfd cotttinve to work for improvement in relations, particularly among their younger generations. Kk tworks in .alar arrival that the) -aw in this a izmficant German I lest i :• %  !>r Pants' m rli al and i %  '•-'In Ramat C?n potiet rested ai later released on bai! 15 memberof the l-f11 •"liirtil. Ha'Tomer Hatzair, on -tuion of defacing public i rf) 9t others were arrested in Hiifa for rtenionstrat: for Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovsky Phone It 1-359S 745 MICHIGAN AVI.. MIAMI BEACH .,::.;agaiast Dr PauLThe yelkm Star of David j•• m the center, as of the emblem the Na&i I ,heir Jewish captivete painted on streets in a dozen cities WK A T FM FROM BRAHMS TO BARTOK Youll Hear tfie World's Finest Musk on WK AT •FM 93.1 on your FM dial MIAMI'S ONLY PURE CLASSICAL A/ USIC STATION Programming MORE %  LIVE Concerts! WK AT -FM Several thews**** %  e w if n traa:ors .trended an en* a4> lmesl rally in Tel Aviv. They heard a poem. 'The Vow." by Abraham Shlonsky. proclaiming "We will not forget until the tenth generation the Naii destruction cf European Jewry. The Song of the Partisans was played and the demonstrators stood in silence for two minutes. Ahont • n ara rleri —ere of V %  -• '•• rman I The Isr 'BEWARE TERMITES 100 COPIES-$2 (PHOTO OFFSET) Anything you need copies af LETTERS BLLLETiNS L'STS FORVS REPORTS CONTRACTS ( Reproduced • %  Bond Poaer WHHE YOU WAIT \ Cosh t Carry arvi-r v.arfi aMsa ia 95 N.E. 13th Street PHONE FR 1-0*15 SUNSHINE PRESS 7T OTARION HEARING AIDS ••" a Metea WHILE YOU WAIT • o"ri.i m4 W*l4aMRf* ANSWERITE TELEPHONE ANSWERING SERVICE FR 3-2666 — JE 8-0721 YOU GET MORE CAUS WHEN YOUR PHONE IS ANSWERED RITE MODERATE RATES 24-HOUR SERVICE — Serving — JEfTERSON rMJHA*D MURRAY UNION FRANKLIN RIAZA Nl.vTCN L. & G. 6LASS AND MIRROR WORT 136 SW 8th STREET Phone FR 1-1363 WE IXSTAM, GLASS FOIl EVERY PI IIPOM*:! STORE FRONT PLATE AND WINDOW GLASS ftirmiturt Taps Beieltd Atirrort and tt\ib*tii Out Seeerofty Moirix Orlin, fewmfer 4 i i i 4 4 4 4 4 4 mod funeral Dignified, beautiful and reverently cared for surroundings for our departed loved ones are a source of very real comfort to a!L ...is more tlian a di<:uifier.<< pire ttirirpersonal attyntii>e to each detail... making arran^etneiits... easing burdetn. Herein Florida's mn^ beautiful chapvls-all with uiisurpassed, modern fa4-ilities-t!ioruu^hly experienred mt-u anI % omen of Integrity, reliaMlity aud uiiiierstauding etwiuro a finer persinial ser\ ice at a vest no greater than ordinary service. Moreover, Kivenide Chapel*.. .convenient Iv ItnaUm in Coral Gables, Miami Beach and North Dadc CeuBt>... serve all fifty states. That is why so many families ask Riverside to take charge jn times of stress. riverside memorial chapel, inc. fUNCRAL DIRECTORS Miami Beach: 1230 Normandy Drive • lith and Alton Rtil M0 1-7693 CJVB^S rnana^na nK-jina)


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Page 8-B arming ly yours? W OMAN'S concern with i*h' ion today otten spills over to the masculine side of the wardrobe, and in most cases it's a good thing. Mrs Milton Friedman said that husbands more than occasionally fail properly to coordinate their shirts and trousers even tor yolf. On the other hand. Mrs. Cib Courshon. who'll be married 36 years this coming January, recalls that outside of baying her husband a handkerchief when they were Best married, she has left him strictly on his own and that he has "turned out very well." While in London this past year. the Fciedmans did some iboppiny, and as he was being fitted for .1 now suit, the English tailor joke,I that in both England and the United States it is a custom the ucmen to shop with their husbands, "The men wear the kets, but the women wear the pants," be said • S YLVIA justifies this by the that mosl women have more time to shop, and they are % %  more consc ious ol fabric, i color coordination. I types if i : ments be1 ler suited for -. I Mrs Ala i I • n field declared • shopping for the man ol the majority of his wardrobe is built around blues. .. I N the Gib Courshon household. Mrs bouraMil' is especially proud that her husband hasn't pane "native.' and that he still wears a sports jacket when going out casually during Uie day. She feels that he docs an excel lent job of selecting the correct clothes fabrics, and colors, and that his accessories always complement his outfit, lie selects his own shoes and ties; dislikes matching ties and handkerchiefs, and can not sympathize with men who douse themselves in colognes and aftershave lotions beyond the point of good taste. For the very warm days. Mrs C< urshon said that her husband has i HIM, I the sheer batiste shirts the most comfortable. 11 sports shirts arc always worn tucked in. and he especially enjoys Rotting dresae I up for speci I occasions. \far as his clothes re con corned, she jus I enjoys seeing him dressed well an I .•II with him, especially when he relaxes around the house ik pajamas Sauerkraut Fcr Summer Special The Chinese invente I saui r house is "often a family affair, kraut many centuries i here The three Greenfield girls ate is a nice new way to serve I %  I la-liion-con.NCinus. and are pie and sunimei y. now wi kin;; hard at getting Alan to wear a leas conservative wardIn the past. v. hen they I 'um some ol the brighter ;>rints or plaids as gifts he'd reto v ear them Todaj they to stop him from going out to plaj golf while wearing a shirt o\ 11 ,i pair of plaid shorts Mrs Gn 'lects thi T'.ilc the continental styl % %  husband ehoici 'II Sauerkraut Summer Special 2 cups drained sauerkraut 1 cup diced apple, impeded cup Plantei s Peanut Oil '* cup chopped parsley 1 %  teaspoon carav > seed l( ; KN1 salt 'j teaspoon pepper c o m b i n e sauei kraut, apple. .; < )il. pai slej. cars•red. salt an r .Mix thoroughly chill until ready to sen i For 6. THE EDUCATIONAL DEPARTMENT OF TEMPLE EMANU-EL Announces the Opening of All Divisions of Its Religious School MONDAY, AUGUST 30 THE SOLOMON SCHECHTER DAY SCHOOL General Secular and Hebraic Studies NURSERY-KINDERGARTEN DEPARTMENT Half-Day Pre-School Bi-cultural Program WEDNESDAY THURSDAY, SEPT. 1 2 WEEKDAY AFTERNOON HEBREW SCHOOL Main Building, 1701 Washington Avenue Tuesday, Thursday, Sunday North Branch, 77th St. & Dickens Ave. Monday, Wednesday, Sunday SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 12 SUNDAY & CONFIRMATION DEPARTMENTS Main Building 9 A.M. 10:30 A.M. North Branch 11 A.M. %  12:20 P.M. ALL DEPARTMENTS CLOSED LABOR DAY WEEKEND September 5 4 6 FOR FURTHER INFORMATION CALL TEMPLE EMANU-EL SCHOOL OFFICE Main Branch at Washington Avenue: JE 1-9745 North Branch Building: UN 5-0216 hjknlsfncr/dkyr Friday, /.-crust 22. 1965 Lear School WHI Open 31st Year lu Uar School begin. Hi U* JPlo-jj" ** -W— year next month, and KM""" K '"^^ detail! of our ,,,„• principal, and the schools staff anticipate a year ol achieve nient ahead ••Since 1934. the Lear School has reflected the growth and changes i„ the community." according to Principal Lear The enriched, continuous curriculum from kinder garten and elementary through the 12th grade stresses fundamental, academic skills and their api-lua lions. Recopnition and atimulitioii of the potential abilities and creativity of the individual are basic to ,he philosophy ol the Uar School The high academic calibre ol e faculty, hunted class enrollment and continuous improvement and enrichment of curricula contribute to quality education lor all students. •Individual creativity is moti vated in the fields of art. dramatics, journalism and self government. An intensive guidance an 1 testing program affords all pupils self-evaluation t 0 w a rd reaiiotic career goals; and knowledgeable guidance is given to our hieh school students in regard to colIt ge selection. Over ninety percent of Lear School graduates are accepted annually to accredited colleges and universities throughout the country." Principal Lear declared. 'Lear School alumni are amon. tiy professional and busini bers of the community Thej attest to the importance placed upon edun oi (Be individual, intellectually and emotionally. H e s p e e l [or learning and humanity are symbolized by the Lear Sefcool \ plant in North--•" Mian*iU be .nnoweed hi September ttU the completion of the new C jus. classes will conunu* at th — %  school -.tea. toth s. %  Wesi Lve. educa NORTH MIAMI HIGH ADULT EDUCATION CENTER DADE COUNTY PUBLIC SCHOOLS 800 Northeast 137 Street MIAMI, FLORIDA REGISTER NOW NEW CLASSES BEGIN AUGUST 30, GENERAL ADULT EDUCATION 1963 General Self cc American Hi* tor y American Government English Central Mathematics Creative Writinf Readin, Clinic ^^ occupAT|ONS Sponish-ieqinn>c Spanih Inter mt c SpanishAdvance* PiychaUor't'sc"* iWM Fundamentals el Ar1 General Shop Bookkeeping Shorthond-8eg inning (Gregg) Shorthond-AtC Stenascnpt Shorthond-Dictntion I Troa. Typinq Beginning Typing-lntermed^** Office Machine! Business Law-Reel ti'Ht. Martgogcs 4. Cc-:trtts TRADE TRAINING Machine Shop Electronics Small Engines Aote Mechanics Wh i Alin


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I 1965 vJmfalifhrMtort Page 9-3 He ni n M Exhibit of Israeli Art to be Shown At Temple Menorah Starting Saturday >.-A.-|Wl'TWT'ff|-|IHf|mi.ll mil um 8082R Red Beard," by Mane-Katz. among paintings to an Exhibit of Israeli Art on Saturday evening at lorah. f?rr be exhibited are ManeKatz, whose canvas, "Chassldlm," will be shown publicly for the first time in the United States, with the i Kccpt ."it of pre\ lous show in New York, in addition to IL' other Ol Inworks Also Shmuel Bonneb, considered Is rael's Marc Chagall, to be represented by si\ of Inworks, including Biblical scenes, Mosh Castel, who will DC rep resentfd bjr pnintinEs from his ear lie-t Classical form to his present day abstractions, amons them 'The Pioneers," depicting life on a kibbutz. Shlomo Tiafir, to bo represented by -'Old Jaffa. --People of the Street -ami "The Choir Singers." In presenting the exhibit of Israeli art through the courtesy of the Collectors ('.alien. Rabbi Abramnwit/ said that 'Israel has immeasurably contributed to our sense of identity with our peoples past and les Boris V/'vonfs Les Rons Yivants. young adults aye 21 to S3, will hold ;i social on Friday evcniim. Aug. 27. 8:3" p in at the CrosSWay Airport Inn. present While Israelheritage it old and venerated, her art ine and bold." The exhibit will IK' the first in .1 series of cultural events to be sponsored by Temple Menorah during the coming year. Spinoza is Lecture Theme "Spinoza and Eastern Wisdom" \ ill be the topic ol the lecture by I)r Abraham Wolf-on at the Spinoza Forum for Adult Education on Thursday morning, 10 to 12 noon, in the auditorium of Washington Federal, 1234 Washing Ave. Music humorous recitations by Raphael Burstein and Mrs It. Klein will precede t h e lecture. Thomas Davidott will preside, ENROLL NOW FOR Adult Education Classes AT Ida Fisher Junior High School SPANISH BASIC EDUCATION PSYCHOLOGY FOR INFORMATION Call 338-6771 AFTER 2 P.M. KtnrnH iirnbath MiHi.'J Sett He Greenberg Mr. andMlr Roy Grecttber: innounce the Mit/vah ot their on, Doimie, o \rta 1 tfBur lush MSS> *on. tug II, at Temple services, Mr and ; will give a Kid in honor of their dent HLU La y Keith Aug. 21, Jeffrey Mr and Mrs. Joe 171st St, North Mi I be Bar Mitzvah at of Greater Miami. in eighth grad> stu F Kennedy Junior ircollecting rocks. lieBs aid Cdfns He is a champion a't boarder, and ia member North V. urn Beach Swim ir Jeffrey HV b honored at party lBa(JJhome. given b> hipa rents, flBklred Kati Mildrbff and Mrs. 11 h A^., liecome I -ngre, Ai/g. She sented By terhoocl. Mildred 1 -rah daughter of Mr ar-. Kati, 11611 M Miami Beach, will Blvah at Beth Tbrah on Friday evening, wive a Bible pre nollie Kahaner Sired tea KeBgfcKi attended the Beth School for the pa-t c NT ION m for the Aged f> DONATION < 1Qr morning, Aug. 21, Ronald, son of Mr. and Nit Charles Birnuach. of North Miami Beach, will become Bar Mitzvah at Temple Sinai of North Dade Ronald has attended Temple Sinai Religious School for e 1 u h t yearAt John F Kenncd> Junior High School. )>e will be an eighth Made student this fall. Last year, he received the scholarship award upon gradu ating from the Oak Grove Klementars School. His favorite .-port is swim ming, and his main hobbies are stamp-collectinu and the construction of model automobiles Relatives attending the services from out of town include Mr and Mrs Sidnev Miller and son. from Chattanooga, Teftn., and Joseph Hoffman, of Rrrxklyn. N V Named Man of Monfh James A. Ilennett Jr. represent alive of the MI.UIH human General Agency of the Massachu-ets Mutual I Life Insurance Company, 100 Bis cayne Blvd. baa been named the agency Man of the Month for July. The honor, announced by General Agent Bernard I.itman. is baaed on outstanding sales prodvction for the month Bennett led the agency with production of M.IO.OOO '' for July. Bennett lives at .Vttl Devlomhire Blvd., Cofal Gables. Jewish Radio Can Be Heard DAILY IN MIAMI WEDR-FM, 99.1 ENJOY ALL WEDR PROGRAMS: MIAMI'S JEWISH SCENE JAY BUSHINSKY 10-11 A.M., MONDAY-FRIDAY, NEWS, VIEWS & INTERVIEWS JACOB SCHACTERS YIDDISH PROGRAM 11-12 Noon, MONDAY-FRIDAY; 3:15-4 P.M. SUNDAYS THE TORAH HOUR NARRATED BY RABBI TIBOR H. STERN, SUNDAYS 12 Noon THE JEWISH PHILOSOPHER, ISRAEL LUTSKY SUNDAYS 12:30 P.M. AGENDA FOR ACTION (AMERICAN JEWISH CONGRESS) SUNDAY 1 P.M. JEWISH WORLD, NEWS AND INTERVIEWS BY JAY BUSHINSKY, SUNDAYS 1:30 P.M. WEDR-FM, 99.1 MIAMI'S COMMUNITY RADIO STATION



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v. August 20. 1965 kl*tFhridlifir Page 9-A [i FROM MEMORIAL raelis \rotest \nvoy UIV (JTA) — Bloc* poured from a mwnorial In brm of J Nati crematorium I i protect meeting held in ketery here against the es Iniont of Israeli diplomelic knwith West Germany whieh open its. Embassy here Moil. meeting, held at the Trebklenional in the Nahlat YitzJrmetery. also was in protest \\ the apointment of Dr. Rolf who served in the German • during World War II. as the |Ambavador to Israel, and Xt Dr. Alexander Tocroek as Elr to the West German Em[here Dr. Toeroek, a natur[<;. rman. served as a HungarIplomat in Berlin during the |The t w o diplomats were of any Nazi ties by both bnents. |seh Bernstein, Ifidtr o* the littee of Association o4 Hoi Victim*, told the gather that "Gtrmjnj has net ltd. Th# Bonn Govei i w i m l not find anyone bearing I the Hitlenan strain than who served in tho Wehr and Toeroek who was in lursgarian Embassy in Ber lent protest was held Monday \l Kfar Diaengoff against Dr. Iarrival. Yellow Stars of DaIch as the ones the Nuis [the Jewish captives to wear. Ifiistnbutrd to the particiihile. Dr. Toeroek made ibticized protocol visit to the Foreign Ministry Jerusalem where lie met in. Israel's Chief of Pro Iter the meeting, he made ti ur of Jerusalem and then d to 111 \\ iv The precise l'l Pauls' arrival remained Mi but n was assumed he arrive this week ;is disclosed that the Israel Band which lost all its loll '• in | fire a few it... nil be able to perform the n national anthem when Dr. presents his credentials to v.i/.ir At the request I reign Office, the Arm) has loaned the Police Band instruments for it to carry assignment ^^t } % • % 


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•r Campaign Hits $175,000 Over $50,000 In now pledges were made at a luncheon at the Stand ard Cub. bringing the total pledges to the recent 1\ inauguralY \l a n d YW11A (i re a t Horizons Development Fund to upward of $t"5.000. The meeting, held here last week, was hosted by J o s e p h L i p t o n. president of D a d e and Loan AssoSHf* Federal Savings ciation. and president of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation, and Paul Faske. industrialist and president of the YM and YWHA. an affiliate agency of the Federation. Th Davalopmant Fund has been established for the purpose of amortiiirsg the new "Y" facilities at 8500 SW 8th St., and •*•; ing r e w structures on Miami Beach and North County. Chairman pro-tern of th e campaign is Leon Kaplan, attorney of Miami. Principal address was by Marshall Harris. Present at the luncheon were R. William A p t e. Efraiin Gale. David Fleeman. Sam J. Heiman. Samuel Kipnis. Mau,. M. ir .. Norton Pallet, Ar,, ur Rosichan. Jacob Blflon. Jacob Robinson, and Davtd Giesser. ^^^_ Flagler Kennel Medley Saturday piaster's Lest at three distances will face a showdown Saturaaj night in the finals of the track i SaOQOO Kennel Medley Championship with Bill Ewalt. Happy Suit/ and Lester Cole figured as he three strongest threats in tne stakes event. Ewalt with Medal. Cri Along and Andv Mitt going for him. topped die standings in the three preliminary rounds of the competition and will come back with the same trio in Saturday's finals. Medal's competition in the 5/'l6ths division of the tri-distance Medley will include his arch-rivals. Comst'at and Rockstreet. plus a rejuvenated Como. Another Bonus. Wild Jean and Discuss. Cri Along"s opposition over the Flagler Course, probably will consist of Fred Whitehead's hot-running Vickie Lass. Les Cole's In Memorv. Happy Stutz' Busby or Majesta. Gene Randies LuxuryLiving. Ray DuPree's Sky Model George Fulton's Unimatic and Phil Willmotts WD's Soldier Girl. Junior College Courses x new, none—..' course. Prta.„ Management Intel c rse offerings this fall a MI ,H,1),1O Junior CoUege hrough the Department of Continuing EM ucation Friday, Aucrust 20 Rabbi Stern on TV Rabbi Tibor Stern, of Jacob C. Cohen Community Synagogue .will discuss "Civil and CivUd Rights" over Ch. 10 WLB\N. on Sunday. 11 a.m. CHUSMIR JOSEPH, IS. of I! '" PaJ" 1 K i'. So Miami, died '"'' I x %  \ sidenl for Ihe paal nl"* ,. .-. he i ">•'•• .,. M .. it I and "•> %  "i ihe buildin* trade Mr Ch ian i • / '• brothei of Miami B. .oh JiaReal i:-t ite Kdltor rd H >'%  mi. and brother-ln-laa ••' %  '• %  >"' Chusmir, Sun women %  editor it* i< : ,is.. mirvlved bj hl wife, i.erinide; moUier. Mice; two n, Robert D and MltcheJ ••' • p| v tei Mrs Lillian Welner He „ „ member o( Ten nl. Israel s, r ,,. %  ware al Rivers! I I nap,.i. Normand; ll< Itta bi i Ml Nebo Cemeterj LEGAL NOTICE fJcU.TfOO"TOJTHll ,N CHANCERS N W8 rO:YV..S ull/ VO"'U{K LEGAL NOTICE ISA HBRM kNSKI "', v, xl.l.K s Fl I r ..,,K. • P' "' LBUNARH .5 IN THE COUNTY JL^ IN AND FOR DAD' FLORIDA IN No 67644C s. %  HANI \N NOTICE TO CKF I %  V..M hfc li (rou ... .-•,'. of V v i k a NAT IT r.\i i.,.', Count] dare* % %  < I '..a. • flli the Baaae In ,, ..v .1. ,1 IM si .tutee. in iiiIt "'' ii thouae In i %  > % %  %  iii n ats calei the time of "'• ,.f. ,.r Ihe MUM "III >•• •a led nl Miami. 1-1 • ,k „f in. Clrcull Court : : '„,. 17th : lien n Fall N D wiTM'ss hand and Ihe ... I Court li M ."" 'V'K H I.KA I m.r.M i\ Clerk "' '' (•Ml) Bj J J NEI >N IN-|. > I An %  >• Plret I'ui'ii'-aii"" %  il, .|^.^ of A I.ROS MM' B BX1ERT .. %  \i ll. mi n I K attorney < %  •< I' %  -. \k 1-1 SI i.-. i nortda • %  M %  i or of : ( %  LEGAL NOTICE IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. 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Page 14-A &f •jttWs-f n*rldfori Friday Augns' 2a 1965 Jewish Spirit Refuses to Despair of HopeJteFeaed ** ... .... -^ *— was built by his son. Solomon. ^men ^ Mmpt-( ^ ^ cowardlyp^ T HE most widely used word among Jews is peace, or shalom Isaiah foresaw the time when the sword would be turned into a plow-share, and the lion lie down with the lamb. There is the story of the Jew who was in Moscow and, visiting the roo. saw a lion and a lamb in the same cage. Wonderful. — thought the Jew. The dream of Isaiah is realized. He approached the keeper and asked how it was made possible. "Very simple." replied the keeper. We put a different lank in the cage evenmorning." But the Jewish spirit refuses to despair. HUlel Eaid"Be ot the disciples of Aaron, pursuing peace. When Aaron, sav our sages, would see two people quarreling, he would approach one and say. You know, Old Fellow, l jusl saw So and So. and he Is me you have been having a little mf and he m abort 11 He says he is ashamed to look I inth. [ace And then Aaron would ap• %  other man and say the same thui I when the two men who had qui hej would fall on each ol ler %  race • i K .. • in the hearts of his people ,i the Lord, was one hich he ardently desired, was de%  m [i had been his wish to cr wn his r< Temple, but i '"'' id, this was denied him. And so it Capitol Spotlight: By MILTON FRIEDMAN Immigration News Washington P ENDING Congressional action on the new immigration bill, eliminating the discriminatory national origins quota Hystem %  > ill bring reality to H dream ot the late President John F. Kennedy. This correspondent first became ac nted with Mr Kennedy in the IMO's. when the latter served as a Senator from Massachusetts, Mr Kennedy in\ I %  out correspond* rt to lunch in the Senate dining room. >f •).. invitation, it emerged, was to mutter I I the need for immigration reform. v f stressed Ins abaom the nation ed the tt ed; ol J< iestj '• %  %  '• %  • admistea because Ihej were born in the ,md quotas were oversu I Hi ortionatel] .... •• quotas were allocated Nor hern Europe, while inami, e rn Europe were deemed leu desirable under our law s. At that time Mr Kenned] was sponsoring a bill thai would have achieved the same results as the measure roved by ihe House Judiciary Committee. He adi ired the loaiHl I rate taken in the Senate by the late *en. Herbert 11. 1 thman, of New York, in the struggle for the Americanization of immigration laws. When Sen. Lehman died. Mr. Kenacdy. then President, attended the mineral in New York. He commented on the Lehman liberalism generally, but specifically noted the Senators heart-breaking fight for immigration reform. Another recollection of this correspondent is that Mr. Kennedy personally presented him with a copy of a hook, "A Nation of Immigrants." a moving indictment of immigration bias. Mr Kennedy wrote the book, linked with his reform legislation, when he served in the Senate. During the 160 election campaign. Mr Kennedy reti (My stressed the priority he attached to liberalisation ol the entry lawand quota system When elected, he instructed Ifyer Feldman to pursue this objective Special essages were < nt to Congress. Call were sounded in the State of the Union messages. President Johnson took over where 'Mr. Kennedy left off. He asked Mr. Feldman. who stayed on for a time as onal ude on such matters, to renew contacts with ( ongrasa. President Johnson saw immigration reform as a Qensrt Society" philosoph) He felt the aye%  if bias Bras e living contradiction of domestic civil tits object; But the immigration bill sent to Congress by the White Houat be.-: me nettled up ir. the House ImmiL'iai ri Subcommittee. For many years, the subcommittee t>een beaded by Rep Francis Walter Pennsy Ivanian It, who co-authored the discriminatory McCarran Walter Immigration Act Hop. Michael Peighan, Ohio Democrat, took over the chairmanship of the siibrommittee on Hep. Walter's death. Chairman Peigban however, delayed action on the Administration measure because of personal differences, to some extent remote from immigration Issues, with Chairman Emanuel Oiler of House Judiciary Committee. The subcommittee is %  part of the full judiciary commit\f.r much bitter internal wrangling agreement was reached, and a very acceptable bill was reported out by overwhelming vote of 26 to 4. Bipartisan support appeared adequate to indicate early nd favorable final action by the full House and the Senate. The bill will represent a victory for the Johnson Admintion But more important, it will be a triumph for American concepts of human equality. M that the Temple W O* *0t* ***"' 5 ***** ^XltmVStfS* -nt on the principle that the existence of too expe ..."•*. 4. W, W W Sayh,: OST %  BS A Catholic Priest Writes About Jews %  T HAS not always been easy to • jews t" read thenown saga, stakingly sot down by such schi lars as Heinrich Graetz, I i R th. ^bram Sat bar, and S Baron So perl they will I thenbj a > ath(.he priest For ard n Flam :. I \ sUK d rial :. back), he 1 Sei 'ism. He i to his the frightfully ai %  -,,-t,.in. churchnv n; he has ol Chtysostom. and other churchmen; he has rum %  le anti Jewish decree of Pope Paul l\. .... ., is fori • %  : %  ith the Ifellow : .,obsi rvinj e few | pes who comil IV for severity toward the Jews He si down the strictures ol the Theodosian Code, mcil of Toledo, and the church's share espon&ibihty for ant Jewish excesses and brufon .-er associated with the Crusades. He is i inscientioua and fair and compassionate in recording efforts to denigrate, restrict, and mi mobile Jews throughout the days of earl) Christianity, down the Middle Aees. and, of course, into our own time Reading The Anguish of the Jews." many rsetaaaanlii, :,s •*" %  Catholics, and indeed Jean aiso will understand for the lir-t time how shrewdly king and court, prelate ami businessman. press anal the arbiters ol society. joined hands ap .lev E BUl of guilds, on ghelto USfBChei, away of learning. There are, of course, inevitable contradictions that Ol I Bt Central to his probing ia took at tl li .• mppotytui and i hrigen hoi punished for ki entle prophet, by Christianity. The author 'can;-. is that thi sis, aovtopt d i • earlj as the Fourth nturj contributed to the scandal of anti • -. :. •.i r. Gregorj Baum: 'There is no tor the accusation that a seed ol eon. apt and hatred for the Jews can be found in the New Testament. The final reaction ol some ol the I ooka (if the Now Testament may bear the narks of conllu-t be'ween the young Church and the Synagogue, bat no degradation of the Jewish people, no unjust accusation, no malevolent prophecy is ever suggested or implied." Such ambivalence probably will continue to prevail among churchmen, torn between an appreciation for the truth that prejudiced men wifl accept gospel norda too literally and a longing to see the tTaeK>usn"s and charity of true Christian teaching adopted as a way at life. armaments of defense .. such a nation was composed of cowardly peon*. A rabbi the -ages tell us. once em"antrred T hah on a crowded thoroughfare and ***** •> In whTof the passing throng would be wre of w,,rV prophet pointed to two %  -n who S3 S'tS CS-S different TJ. £ri "nUM^be There is one little thing, wu can't ttt*£im* n-rrehng and. when, ucome SETS, suciTwo a.way, seek to med,.v their M T should remember that a soft HOW turncth awav wrath and increase!h \ ac.AH.J once said to • rabbe 'You are always %  u-cna us to BPeak the truth, but how ca: we do rtill Stain peace Therebbe^i --; mith that leads a> aj from pea %  vsbrii But one sa .oven if bi %  %  ,uld be do i Foreign News Leffor By JOSHUA JUSTWAN As Pincus Sees It T HE OTHER '" n 1 i tmI iti sloahi Shan lound him quite aware •: the 1 hope 1 can proceed :n th< %  bj Sharetl the fact that his ele unMiimous one neems to indicate that thew • Kit) tO fill the post three y< rs old Mr Pincua cam. •.. Israel ii • from So th Africa, where he was ., I UH S— f idb > lawv. Over the years, he held here high govi smon* and. for a number of yean, also was nana dureetor of Israel's National Airlines El I • wan naaaad troawirer ol the Jewish Ageno) i po>i which he continues to hold. v '•incus is i mi i! "t action but far Irons eerr.ee ;.h mereU dry I ind figures Then res him mote than the inverted n Zionism is nowadays being pi • soi -, : ii ni the bMata .. ,..-• %  ed the en i %  n ol h would be th t not to l • • •. nwt •• that %  • tasks to perform. o i •• the primarj 'ask of i rnr l I,.,„ ttr. to lirml) believet ,-: I \\ei. in countries • it | -.nt it is th,tank ol ,,,n• • RH to imbue I east pa 1 loi tluenea witii 'he %  anaaai then teal and atom! i<> pbyMcally parta in th* i.mlding Of Israel It has to be presumed. an IntaUsSllial Cbaueafe There has to be a Btre (tl of tht aviarenes* ot the oneness of the Jewish of IBM laot of hrael'S centrality. \1Pincua believes that the measures BOO taken n direction of affecting progTamalical .nd rural adjustments of the World Zionist Organizv:": bear fruit and that, through the broadening o iis rt < in lowiar lite will i>e inhantart He is feeli muca B art hala be done in the field of ethic .':"". Befween Yov and Me: By BORIS SMOUR Dr. Goldmann Hits AJCommittee %  ••HE CRITICISM voiced by Dr. %  Nahun (ioldmann against the American Jewish Committee at the conference of the World Jewish Congress in Saranhoajsj last month Will have reverUations in this eoun try The American Jewish Com oaitlee is now preparing a state • taking sharp iaaui \^ ith Or hnaBn'S vir-w. without howeA-erHI nentioaing his name The atatonienl wiH be dlsrributod in thousands oi copies in numerous communities throughout the coinrr\and will be -ifneil by Morris B. Abram. president of the American : si. Contrn.ttee and Dr. John Slawson, .VIC execi tire \ ice president. The i BC revolves around the quest inn whet hi r the .lews need a aingh) body whioh would Bpeak and on then >ehalf the world over. Dr. (Ioldmann has accused the American Jewish Committee of "acting on its own" In domestic and Btrorsaaa pi" ;as. The AJCommittee h aov-rs take the atti tadc in their statement thai no single M Hon caa pirsume to repre^-ni all the Jews of the United States, let alone all the Jews tf the world In their opinion. an> organization which claims such representation, however composed. TlntBllai its ( -lf idi and deadi those to whom such claims dn ••• believe that the Jew s in thin other countries w h ile sharing I religion and tradition .til!' political issues, l*>th dasnestk i he) then n are si the ofrtni would stifle this drversJt) • ?id could result in .. "dlssi Thi > point to the fact that the A IIIIIe has cooparatod Plotal) iet with other Jewish organizatpursuit of conunon goals ite as exantpie the SMSBfaM MnraHaa the is UaMnigWlsaB la*" "h( Conference on Jaasiah Maieri. Oeimawy, m tha American Jewish 0a enct • srfv. r) ,|r\^n, and in the approoet. proW the Arab boyi %  asjatnsl fcinerlcan -s with Istael However tbev Strew il and aeam that the American Jewish :<• auatinue to op|w*e im mme to asti pose umbrella organisation' flesigi •pel BM SOloe for all .tews in the gnlte d Mi ar ihrouahout the world beestrwit ew nwves as 'iU-adviaad or ll-


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Jriday. August 20, 1965 • %  Jelstrk>ri assume duties a'. the new Heth Raphael Conjsregation now being constructed on Mi ami Beach. Rabbi Glixman comea from Beth Yehuda Synagogue in Loekhave, Pa., where be served for six years. Rabbi Glixman received ord,n Btion from Vesluv.i Stolin in Brook !yn. NY. Through its branch oftice in Israel, he received further rat) binical training there He also attended the University of Pittsburgh. Rabbi Glixman previously served at congregations in Green Port, L.I., anal PunnsuUw new. Pa. He was a goo it lecturer at Lockhavcn State College and before church and civic groups. During service in World War II and later in civilian life, he conducted the Hebrew Chapel of the Air. He WSa visiting chaplain at New 'York titv ami New York Stale RoKinsey lye on Jews NEW YORK — (JTA) — 'II B view that Jewish family life ar. i Cultural values serve to minimi/ the number of sex crimes commi ted by Jews is uttered in the nc.v Kiiisey Report published on July 29. The 923-page report entitle I "Sex Offenders" d< ils with the findings of the late sexologist l' Allied Kinaey and his as.soci.ite-. "There are elements in Jewish culture and family life that m li against the commission of crinn There are simply far too fee -lev :n OUT prison and -ex olVndt groups to be explained in any other vvav ai mj He holds citations fi r his relij rh from the Army an i Navy Division ot the \ ii Jewish Welfare Board. AUTHORIZID OlAUR Six* 1955 WJJ* Quality HEARING AIDS I $75 to $325 J*fc mm -1 *'o' STANLEY GOULD i2J8 LINCOLN R0AD' •' • %  ... • M t >ri 'Chile Prelate Talks to Jews Continued from Page 1-A ,--! %  <( h> the Councils last set Ion Laal winter. That do Ian \ n | udiate once and tor all :..in-t the Jewpie, and vv ould denouni e I i Cardinal Henriejuez L the lati Pope John l\ ii the Vatican's movi I I. .. Of the deielde BC | "ii The prelate's address, in the FRINCHY'S BONDED LAWN SPRAY SERVICE ARMY WORM A FUNGUS CONTRACT VEAR1 OR SIX-MONTHS tuaiantetd Chinch Bug CaafraJ LA*\ 4 TREE SPRAYING | FERTILIZING >l 1-0147 321 N.I. 116th St. I Miami. Fiontfa j 'From W. Pialee Street north • I 6 ow.nd County Line" I ATTENTION! Jewish Home for the Aged NEEDS YOUR DONATION NOW! "All Itemt Tan Deductible" CALL 696-2101 B'ne Israel Synagogue, attracted wide attention here He had been invited to deliver the lecture by the recently-formed Committee of ChristietvJev#ish Fraternity, headed by a Jew, Git Sinay. Cosponsoring the events were virtually al 1 leading Jewish organizations here, including the Temple B'ne Israel congregation, the Jewish community of Chile and the local section of the Women's International Zionist Organization. Mr. Sinay is the president of United Hias Service in Chile. The Cardinal's address was greet ed !>> the large audience with an enthusiastic standing ovation. The h ading Chilean newspapers featured reporti of the address as an outstanding example of fraternal Chri-liaii-Jfwuh rvlaUon* in this countryThe Cardinal explained his appearance in a synagogue by iWelaring: "For a better understanding oi mv attitude, it should be remembered that the liioutfhi ui Uu! Catholic Church at this moment of the Council l^ one of hroart understanding for human values. For all men have bonds <> the people oi God and. in the lirst place certainly, the people vv ho were entrusted with the and the formatories. He is a former deputy i— ,. — ._.,„.•• — • national chaplain of the Jewi-li D nfti/trntt c II rU war Veterans and former associate BOOKKfclrtk. roll Charge, state chaplain for the State of New competent, experienced, now wo'kin York and Countv of New York. wiahea to make change. De.res PO tion with organization or synagoquAn amateur .sportsman, lie holds Prefers Beach area. Write Mn V S ,i % %  II aor, .. i .;.. c o Jewish Fiondian, P.O. Bon 297 of whom Christ was born in the e,"ld medal m 880-yd. racing Miami, nortua 33101 event, and was a li.ixer in the — % % % % %  %  % % % % %  %  %  — • divine alliance and promises NOW 2 tOCATIONS! E33ta 1 ^fci.cj P — aa 100 0fs*t Copies — While yon wait COPY SERVICE of Miami Beach 420 LincaU Read Mall Soowi 102 ftrcxma Hoer Lobby -" >8j aaeaeaeeaaeai EMS 1 P*etiopy — ZSC 100 OH ,-f Ceaswi — SI ft Whilt yoy -oil COPY SERVICE of Miami mcem IOOM IIS-A Set N t. 7t?M STRUT Speaking of saving time, •-'you can cut one more corner. ^ You can dial your own station-to-station Long Distance calls and always get low rates. Means you can get in touch oftener. With all those faraway people you love.. Give it a whirl. Now. • -v TWIX < ITY (GLASS O. SUARANTHD MIMKNU -STOtl WONTS fURNITUM T0r* ANTIQUE MIRRORS 1 Rf SH.VERIN6 4u si it in Viviurv framing 1220 lath Street, M.B. Cle>ee) Saturday* Tal. M I-4VI41 %  • %  4 Southern Bell



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iday. August 20. 1965 +Jeist> IhilcU-tr Page 5-B ) rides ^a/ Vows in ^/Vli Continued from Preceding Pge Dude Junior College and horida State University, A here he [eceived a Bachelor of Arts deuree political science, and was a Jember ol Tau Kappa Alpha, forsic honorary. He attended Mercer University [feOOl ol Law at M a c "• ft*there he was a meinber of Law |#view and I'hi Alpha Delta, legal raternity. He wffl enter the I'mersMj Of Miami Law School in the til Reception and supper followed „• ceremonj at the Balmoral Ho) M'tcr .1 honeymoon in Jamaica. i couple will be at home at 4500 ,K Ludlam Rd., Miami. • • • Spiegel-Cohen Rabbi Morion Malavsky officiat,,i i h 8:SB o'clock wedding jting Miss Maril>n Rene Cohen Michael Stephen Spiegel OH Li\ \.u! 16, at the Diplomat pimU\ Club. [Ttic bxnUi* the daughter of Mr. nd Mr.Murray Cohen. 12W S th Ave.. Hollywood The grown the son of Mr aikl Mrs. Leo I 93% IKKJISJ MumiUcacJi. Maid oi honor for her lisle* was kiss Susan PhyUii Cohen, ami i • miincluded Debbie DougFaith Ratvw, Lynne Rothaian, Rxuknec and Linda Tan nli.aim. lx'-t man ar brother ... n. Charles Klier, Si I! • Like CHEESE KREPLACH with Grandissimo Ta'am! C!icf Boy \r Oc • I RAVI al out. Hi* i %  R h the hctheryou n r H I„i iuu>h or • CHEF BOYAn-DEE' Cliccsc Ravioli "' ch, i .. i in the t only -• r tr set &4 '•%  • • 80YAR^ .CHEESt,. JN SAUC • ulUi i }.iU keaiu'eal! At last! A margarine with all three 1. 100% DAIRY FREE 2. LIQUID MAZOLA CORN OIL NEW NO-BURN FORMULA MAZOLA MARGARINE V i fit : |)< r-K.ilm MMS. GM1 CANNtK son Duik, Billie Spiegel and Da\ id Wilapn. The bride graduated from South Browanl High School in Hollywood and received her degree maun.' cum laude from the university <>l Florida. At the university, she was a member of Alpha Lambda Delta, honor fraternity, and Pi Lambda Iheta, honor education sororit*. She ipresentlj on the faculty of \Ii.mii Springs High School. The groom wenl to Miami Beach Continued on Page 6-B zjollno juicy CIMCL FRANKFURTERS %  flM PURE REEF mlrjo loosfaBR W, DI i -Kahn ms. MUCUUL spiMti Kaihruth Supervision by prominent Orthodox Rabbi: Rabbi Ben Zion Rosenthal and two steady Mathgichim Hl.rll M|iiM WILNO KOSHER Iffit&MZlSEli .o.cr SALAMI • FRANKFURTERS • CORNED BEEF • BOLOGNA MIAMI BRANCH: 2181 N.W. 10th AVENUE Phone FR 1-6551 (.OOinillM.SIMIII Bagels...and UMH\ Coliee Xo taste in the world satisfies like a bakery fresh bagel...and a cheering cup of Maxwell House coffee. Both are constant, unchanging and matchless in the joy they give-each in its own. a traditional favorite in Jewish homes. MAXWELL HOUSE INSTANT OK HKGIM.AK Good to the Last Drop! j*l_rnn*i' •<2) tST*m MAXWELL HOUSE LXWELl HOUS Off* \**xfr 7 K means Kesker. Uatfer KIIIVUIU •( Rabbis Htrteh KMin an* lernart levi.



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" &f Jewish Florid! Combining WE JEWISH UNITY and WE JEWISH WEEKLY Number 34 Miami, Flori in. Friday. Aucust 20, 1365 Two Sections — Price 20< .A. Riots Diot Anti-Semitic—But Losses Heavy ins. NGELES — (JTA) — While man) Jewish il lumen h.-..< suffered tremendous lotsa here during the |i\ lays !>"l nights of rioting in the Negro WatU at c pe actioni wore not anti-Semitic in character, Cha'lei fo.-ner. associate director of the Community Relation fcmmitte Anles. stald here Monday Posner was asked to comment on some press reports lanattuf from this city, contending that the rioting was mti-Jewish." He told the Jewish Telegraphic Agency Jat such reports were "not accurate." "To the best •* our knowledge, he declared, "we cannot find any anti-Semitism in these riots — but only anti-white feelings, although a number of the stores d?stroyed in the fires were owned and operated by Jews. Some of the stores burned out in the fires hod employed Negroes, others had not. But the actions were not anti-Jewish. The losses have been tremendous, running ftfnlas tically into hundreds of millions of dollars, affecting, not only small stores but also the big chains, some of which have Jews among their owners. But. I repeat, the occurrences were anti-white, and not anti-Jewish." An accusation against store owners in the Watts district, to the effect that they "take money out of the community and live elsewhere." was made in a rci;1 J %  > bi cast here Sunday night by a Black Muslim leader. But even this speaker did not mention Jews as such, Mr. Posner said. Some of the press reports from the scene of the rioting stated that. a mom: the hardest hit. were Jewish merchants in the area wtio live outside the Watts district There was also wide speculation here about whether those who had suffered loss or damage in the area would be compensated by insurance A number of insurance companies have indicated that the looting and burning of the stores and homes in Watts are not covered by their policies because the policies specifically exclude compen sation in cases of 'insurrection Arab Parley rges Bail n U.S. Jews [CASABLANCA — (JTA) A de nd upon the Moroccan Govern?nt that it put new regulations in effect next month to keep out Morocco all Europeans and neriean* who are Jewish, unless ?h persons are approved for enby their ambassadors in this intry, was made here by Al m, organ of the opposition lalal Party The newspaper reported that v security regulations have aids been promulgated by the polo keepout of MOTOCCO all IUS"ahs who might wish to visit during the next Arab Iference, scheduled pro. tally to open here Sept. 13. Al I declaring that such tightened nt> measures will not be suint. requested that 'those Jews come to Morocco froHl all I of tht world' during the *im parks must be first Approved their ambassadors here. nintiiii particular!) to Euroin and American Jew,,s pel who deal with Israel and her feign lackeys," the newspaper %  ted thai it is necessar) ;<> take ter> precaution against the en baaoi the Arabs and tliex should t rouched for by their ambassa ir Morocco before being allowed enter Morocco." con! liite Prelate tews Need )f Tolerance Roosevelt Tells House: Israel May be Attacked (ANTIAGO, Chile (JTA' — ml Cardinal Silva Henriquex chbisbop of Santiago, addressed [capacity audience in the largesl piagogiM here las weekend, lie [lured on the theme of i • the individual in the old rest Dent." and asserted that, at this on the eve Of "he fourth tesvi of the Ecumenical Count il to onvened at the Vatican in Sepmber, the catholic c h u re h la ptsciotu of the thought that "all %  •• havi I "-ids o tin' peo| bd." W t • nsidert d throughout Latin America ;.one of tile I ;res\ < in Vie Catholic lurch. Cardinal Henriqtiez thus )inted up his continued interest having the Ecumenical Council >;>t definitely the Declaration Relations with NoO-ChrlstlatS, Continued on Page 7-A tf. tAMtS •OOSfVEtT i§mrint wmr prtpmrmtitmi Uadassah Award Goes To Hubert By Special Report NEW YORK Vice President rl H Hun ; hre) received tlie highest tribute within the gift Uadassah, the Women's Zionist Or. anii it., i of America, at Hadss,li 'a 51st national convention on Tuesday it the Waldorf Astoria Hotel in New York City. Vie four-day convention, from Sunday, Aug. i">. through Wednesday, Aug. 18. was attended by 2.500 delegates and guests, represent ing Hadasaah'S more than 318,000 m e m hers in 1.320 chapters and groups throughout the United States and Puerto Rico. All sea Siona were at the Waldorf Astoria Hotel. Mrs. Mortimer Jacobson, nailer.*! president of Hadassah, said that Vice President Humphrey received Hadassah's 1965 Henrietta Stole 1 Award at the convention banquet session "in recognition of all he has done and is doing to mobi'iit support for overseas medical research Continued on Paqe 8-A WASHINGTON — (JTA) — Rep. James Roosevelt. California Dem OCrat, warned in a House speech thi> week that while the United States was preoccupied with Viet Nam. the Arab-Israel conflict was escalating. He said there was a crowing danger that President Nasser of Egypt might launch war against Israel to divert attention from domestic economic troubles and to rally the Arab world behind his slipping leadership. He -aid the main reason there was no Arab Israel peace after 17 years was that the United States had never been willing to commit its Influence to challenge "the warlike declarations of the Arab leaders He sard that Egypt now had Soviet T-10 tanks which ore more powerful than the Israeli vehicles and tnaf Egypt had twice as many tanks as Israel. He said that the new Soviet jet fighters being delivered to Egypt were better than the MIG-21 jet previously given to Nasser. He also said Egypt had received Soviet air-to-air missiles, comparable to the United States "sidewinder" rocket. He asserted that Egypt had sround-to-ground missiles for use against Israel and that Israel has no comparable weapon ROD. Roosevelt charged that the Ad minis tration had ignored mounting Egyptian preparations for war and had given aid despite such activities costing Egypt this year more than half a billion dollars, equal to the entire 1952 Egyptian budge) He demanded termination of U.S. aid to I. -;>t until its mili• v preparations were limited and e urged selling aims to Israel at •disc unt" pricea it necessary. AT YAD VASHEM SHRINE Bonn Envoy to Israel Shaken by Memorial D*. PAIHS' ABHIVAI PVOTfSTED MGf M JERUSALEM iJTA' Dr. Roll Paula, the first West German Ambassador to Israel, made a point on the second day of his ar rival hire this week to visit the Yad Vashem .shrine set up by Israel In memory of the six million European Jews slain by the Nazis In World War II. Visibly :'iaken by the displays ol photographs and other do I ment,:f the monstrous Nazi genocide, the envoj called the visil one of the most moving hours in my life" and added he felt that "as manv human beings as possible should sec it — especially Germans' He said he would try to contact the Yad Vashem to arrange inch visits and that he planned to make another visit himself to the Mount Zion shrine. Dr. A. Tenen, of the Remembrance Authority, escorted the envoy throcgh the Yad Vashem buildings. Dr. Pauls listened in Continued on Page 2-A ASKED TO RESIGN Rabbi to Run In New YorkSenate Race NEW YORK (JTA) — An Orthod. \ rabbi in the Bronx was named to be the regular Demo, ratio candidate for the New YOPk State senate in the 3h Senatorial diftrtlct. Bronx County Democratic leadannounced the designation of iii Sihuleni Rubin, spirr.ua. leader '>' i Young Israel congrega. for the September u primary election. He will run against Incumbent State Sen. Abraham Bernstein, a member of his congregation Sen. Bernstein had the sup port of the Buckley organization l..st year but he broke with the count) leader in July when he was asked to run in another district Rabbi Rubin received the designation when David S. Blatt, an assistant district attorney, the original designee, withdrew on grounds that his mother was ill. The rabbi thus became involved in the bitter internecine struggle Continued on Page S-A Request Aid to New Nations JERUSAI KM i JTA i Prime ter l %  %  Eshkol and David Hi rout/ Governor of the Bank ol I rael and author ol %  project ben.: studied b> the United Nation* to aid the "have-nots" in the spirit I a riih individual helping his poorer neighbors, were the principal speakers at the third Ke hovoth Conference at the Hebrew University for discussion of fiscal problems of developing 111 trieForty-four countries are repre -• nted. The parlej is the third >l .i series started several years a it the Weizmann Institute of S< ence at Rehovoth. held here tins year w i t.h co-sponsorship of the Hebrew University and the Bank I of Israel. Tne representatives include 24 Cabinet ministers from s leveloping countries. Deputy Prime Minister Abba Eban, who Inated the i inference al Rehovoth .is president "f the Weil :m institute, is chairman of the world meeting, which is approved, among other-, by the United Nations Mr. Horowitx spelled out the Continued on Page 3-A DAVID HOVOWiTZ plan for 'have-nets'



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August 20. 1965 + knist IhiHitr Page 13-A rael 'Balances' Europe's Bleakness : 0 I By LEO EISENSTEIN main interest in Mosi a s in all the other countries ted was to s< ,ho Jews %  „iv guide, assigned by the ,,.,..I<(1 Intourist agency, ,,,. out the address of the Synasogue and said I ike to go there myself. Alii I had freedom of movein Moscow, the guide >,| to want to accompany me h i s particular trip. She • up with the taxi that was n g me to the synagogue. though I :<>ld her this would necessarj wt arrived at our dekti 1 t (I il her -pecificalh wanted t<> go in by 'myself hal she should wait for m? \<>n at 1 got in and hr usual picture l a few el then I m 'he emptv I went over to one : emphatically I ...,:.• In talk t.. New Prayerbooks %  i and en I II ':n 'I •• rnej en % %  '. A. d • told mi • il of tens \ i el spied • %  ; : the dtsl elci i .>•. %  for Is %  %  i I I was l MOWN CANTOR ( i Miami wonts c-nqnsf r High HnlVnys or yeor s po'l'ion. Hot served as Can-\ past 12 yrnrs. 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There is on engraved table! on the outer wall ot the synagogue on whi h each name is inscribed. world's leading Jewish centers. That was before the Jews were expelled in 1492. He told me that of 12 members of his family, only he. a brother and a sister had survived the Nazi occupation. Today they live in the same hous they had before the war. It is 600 years old. The guide pointed out the synagogue that still exists in Dubrovnik, but said it would not be possible to enter because services were in progress. Later when I signed the guest book at the synagogue, my eyes caught the name of another Jewish visitor from the I'mtod States — that of Senator Abraham Ribicoff of Connecticut. I was fortunate that I had visited Israel before embarking on my sweep through the decimated Jewish communities of Kastern Kuropc This Iespecially true because of the feeling of optimism and progresf I found there Observing Immigrants I was sustained b\ h..\in_ watched the arrival of a boatload of Jewish immigrants from North African and Eastern European countries in Haifa. The Jewish Agency officials who invited me said that scenes like this occur because of funds Continued on Pag* 15-A S&9& IN TIMES OF SORROW EJS£\'S7£IN gin took over thi K .-. from • Khi uschi 'i iiattorney, who turned out to be .i Hebrew scholar, ah< me an attic lull of at least %  thousand old volumes of toe Bilui and the Talmud 1 was among the nrs; to learn that the Soviet government had granted permission tor new prayei books to be printed for the Moscow community On the way back to the West. I stopped in Warsaw, Poland, where I found the local synagogue a most horrible sight. The premises were shabby and the attendance scant. I was told that the young Polish Jews are drifting away from the community and refuse to be identified as Jews The elderl> of course, are dying off. Fragment Remains In Bulgaria, where most of the country's Jews emigrated en mass* to l-rael shortly after the Jewish State was born, 1 tund :i I roup of 20 men in the city's only w hi n l arris, ed ., i I'M and there as nol e prem %  • i \ %  Sea • Jewish ,vas inclu it "i the lour conducted bj an offi< ial "I'utnik" guide 'I'H group I was with on a walk was I that of lilies in Dubros ink Wor •. W ar II, only 17 an thers it ler were annihilated b) the Nailor emigrated tu Israel. 1 met one ol the small communitymost distinguished members, a Mr Toledano, whose tore bears go back to the days when Toledo. 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• riday. August 20. 1365 + l !" islFhrHm Page 3-3 %  ... ^Awcout f^eeple and fl<> 0 H TO BE FOUR AGAIN .,., .HKI Jack Sai Uer*a youngster waa four i id, Jack didn'l go to hia radio ita! -,, gtaj horn* to help and take movies if when he jets older, can remember bis fourth party, he'll recall that it was tbe best ii was oul of doora under a canopy floating with balloons ami with little tables and little chairs fhere rti %  Spanish pinata that dropped toys when the strings were pulled, and the children collected them as fast as they could in their plastic hays. And there was a delicious Purple Peoph Eater Punch for mothers. Among guests were Jeffrey and his mother. Mrs. William Goldworm Mrs Martin Genet and Ben J.. Mrs Max Sporn and David. Mrs. Robert Birenbaum and David, and Mrs. Alan Wilson and Bruce. Betsy Binder and her dad. William Binder, with her — Betsy's mother had taken her to a party in the morning. There was a marvelous Merry-GoRound with horses and stage coaches and a ferria wheel. Oh to be four again! • • • NOT THE BRIDCS OF THE RIVER KWAI •(erne over right away." phoned Mrs Marian Stoltz to her son. Gerald "The water heater has broken, and the water is gushing into the back yard Armed with a hammer. Gerry and his wife Roz rushed to his mother's But Instead of a gushing water spout in the back yard, all of his friends had gathered to surprise him on his birthday. There was a fire cracker event produced by Miriam (Mrs. Philip) Schill jnd Charlotte (Mrs. Leonard) Wolpe. A big birthday cake complete with a baby and a baby bottle told the news that life begins at forty. Among guests who will remember the evening were ReOa and Leonard Herman. Sally and Alex Gordon. Rhoda and Phil Oransky. Pauline and Ben Alter, Claire and Bill Parker. Anita and Ed Cohen. Sylvia and Morris Merman. Sue and Chel Bramley, and Bunny and Pert Phillips. • • SEVENTEEN GOING ON EIGHTEEN Helen and her mother, l.d (Mrs. Pauli Sobel went to Nassau to celebrate Helen's 17th birth day Helen wanted to store up enough Bfierg) to last her through her senior year at Coral GableHigh School next fall Lil is also going back to [school—not Gables Huh. of course n and Bob Schwartz and Lois and Jerry' Waldman were there too. NAT IS SIXTY AND GO-GO That's what the invitation said that asked the sixty people to Sookie and Nat Williams' pad to celebrate Nat's birthday. Tiaras for the women and paper collars with bow ties (or the men made everyone's sports clothes look formal. Candles from Copenhagen on royal blue cloths vvas the setting for the authentic Italian dinner. The cloths were whisked away, and canary yellow ones provided the background for the authentic American desert of "Do it Yourself* sundaes. The whole Esther Sutherland Go-Go show from the Lucerne Hotel entertained. Nat, who used to have a band himself, felt that at sixty he should let his son take over for him. so Herbie played his sax with the band. Among guests were Hilda and Herb Brody. Alice and Dave Kaplan. Rose and Lenny Leibowitz. Dorothy and Les Rachline. Bryna and Steve Kneapler. Bess and Howard Miller. Myra and Aaron Farr. Trudy and Judd Breakstone. Faye and Sam Dreisin. Lil and Raymond Feiner. Fran and Lee Ruwitch, Sylvia and Sidney I.efcourt. Lenore Kleinman. Edna and Sam Meiselman. Pete and Irving Hirsch, Faye and Newton Levinaon, and Gertrude and Adolph Rachline • • • SWEET SIXTEEN Lewis Wintz planned a lovely affair for his daughter Alices birthday. First cocktails at their home on Alton Road, then to the Eden Roc Hotel for dinner and the show. It was a lovely party with a big birthday cake, which made Alice feel real grown up. Among friends helping her celebrate were Mr. and Mrs. Ben Finkel. Mrs Selma Oritt, Mr and Mrs. Irving Wachtel Mr and Mrs Albert Rosen, Mrs Mar) Coffey, Lewis Kramer. Miss Ida Kramer, and Mrs Lillian Lesser —Frances Lehman MffS. DAVID STtlHBtKG Widowhood to be Discussed "How Can We Ease the Pain, the Shock, the Lonliness of Widowhood?" will be discussed by the People Speak Town Forum on Friday, 8 p.m., in Washington Federal. 1234 Washington Ave. Discussants will be Dr. George Metcalf, psychiatrist, and Dr. Elizabeth Metcalf, psychologist. Chaim Rose is chairman. Beth Shirah Women Greet New Members Mrs. D.I\ id Steinberg ne elected president of Temple B I i Shirah Sisterhood, was to IKhosti as at a luncheon at her home Zuleta Ave., Coral Gables, on Thursday noon. Following the introduction of new members, Rabbi Morris A Skop was to direct a panel of Sisterhood members who recently appeared on WCKT Ch. 7 in a discussion of "The Modern Role of Jewish Women." Announcement was to be made of the organization's fall program, including the opening of Religious and Hebrew School on Sunday. Sept. 12, and the Nursery School on Monday, Sept. 13, at 7500 SW 120th St. Participants during the luncheon I program were to be Mrs. David Steinberg, Mrs. Bernard Friedland. Mrs. Theodore Wayne, Mrs. William Thalheimer. Mrs. Harvey Cohen. Mrs. Ben Trupkin, Mrs. Cynthia Robinson, and Rabbi Skop. A .special memorial tribute was to be held honoring a charter mem! ber of Sisterhood. Mrs. Sarah Gold, man. in whose memory a Scholarship Torah Fund is being established to help needy and worthy young people. K FREE FREE FREE JUST MAIL A CARD OR LETTER AND YOU WILL RECEIVE IN COLOR A BEAUTIFUL MORMSOrVSCHIFF JEWISH CALENDAR FOR THE NEW YEAR PLtASt MAIL TO THE NUMBER ONE PR0YMSI0N8 TO. No. 1 ALTON ROAD MIAMI BEACH, FLA. 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^Jewish Flor ndk • %  Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY Volui Number 4 Miami, Florida, Friday. Auaust 20. 1365 .•. o oectii Price 20* .A. Riots Not Anti-Semitic-But Losses Heavy %  }£ ."GELES —(JTA) -While mail) Jew rs !. %  • suffered tremendous loses her.' during the six dayand nights of rioting in the Negro Watts %  the actionwere not anti-Semitic in character, Cha-les ^^^ %  r. associate director of the Community Relations Ceeagnittec of the Jewish Federation-Council of Los An gates, stated here Monday Posner was asked to comment on some press reports emanating from this city, contending that the rioting was "anti-Jew i.-r He told the Jewish Telegraphic Agency that sue h reports were "not accurate.'' "To tho best of our knowledge," ho declared, "we cannot find any anti-Semitism in these riots — but only anti-white feelings, although a number of the stores d?sfroyed in the fires were owned and operated by Jews. Some of the stores burned oot in the fires h,;d employed Negroes, others had not. But the actions were not anti-Jewish. The losses have been tremendous, running fffnfas tically into hundreds of millions of dollars, affecting not only small stores but also the big chains, some of which have Jews among their owners. But. I repeat, the occurrences were anti white, and not anti-Jewish." An accusation against store owners in the Watts district, to the effect that they "take money out of the com munity and live elsewhen was made in a radio bi cast henSunday night by a Black Muslim leader. But even this speaker did no* mention Jews as such, Mr Pos ner said Some of the press reports from the scene of the rioting stated that, a mores the hardest hit, were Jewish rrrfrrhants in the area wfio live outside the Watts district There was also wide speculation here about whether those who had suffered lossor damage in the area would be compensated by insurance A number of insurance companies have indicated that the looting and burning of the stores and homes in Watts are not covered by their policies because the policies specifically exclude compensation in cases of "insurrection Arab Parley Urges Bail On U.S. Jews CA*AB1.A.VA JTA i A detaaad uj-o: The Moroccan CovernmeaCthat it put new regulations in to affect r,< \t month to keep out of Morocco all Europeans and Atnacici who are Jewish, unless such per--..: are approved for entry hjf th ir ambassadors in tins country, was made here by Al AIM, organ of the opposition Lstiqlal Party The ne-w-paper reported that nets' gccurity regulations have already beer, promulgated l>\ the po_Mgsf* keej. out of M or. ceo all sus!>who might wish to viail ^, ^> during the next Arab %  cWference. scheduled pro. to open here Sept 13 Al daring that such lightened measures will not be .%ufreiiuested that 'those Jews who to m t to MorofVn from all part* of th< world' during the rm mit parity must be first approved by their ambassadors here. Point 11 particularly to Euro pean an>: American Jews as persons who deal with I • %  i her foreign lackeys." the newspaper stated that it is neces-ary to I every pncoition against the en emiesol th Arabs and she) should be vouched for by their ambassador in afortK-c'i before being allowed to enter Morocco." Chile Prelate Views Need Of Tolerance Roosevelt Tells House: Israel May be Attacked SANTIAGO. Chile (JTA' Raul Cardinal Silva Henriquez, Archbishop of Santiago, addressed a capacity audience in the largest synafov here las weekend He lectured on the theme ot "respect for the individual in the Hid rest ameat, and ..--cited that, al this time, on the eve of the fourth session of the Kcumi'iiical Council to be coflvc ned at the Vatican in September the Catholic Church is consciou ot the th.ught that "all men ha\i londs ;o the people ol God." Considert.l throughout Latin America aone of the f. re most progress:\ i in r.'ie Catholic Church. Cardinal Henriquez thus pointed up his continued interest in having the Ecrmenical Council adopt definitely ;he Declaration on Relations with Non-Christians, Continued on Page 7-A IfP. JAMES tOOSfVEU ignoring war preparations Uadassah Award Goes To Hubert By Special Report NEW YORK Vice President Hubert H Humphrey received the test trih lie within the grift Uadassah, the Women's Zionist Organization Ol America, at lladasih I 51sl national convention on Tuesday it the Waldorf Astoria Hotel in New York City The four-day convention, from Sunday. Aug. 15. through Wednesday, Aug. in. was attended by 2.500 delegates and g-iests, representing Hadassah's more than 318.000 m e m t> e r s in 1.320 chapters and groups throughout the United States and Puerto RlCO, All sessions were at the Ualdirf Astoria Hotel. Mrs, Mortimer Jacobson, natioril president of HadassaS, said that Vice President Hum cb-ey received Hadassah's 1965 Henrietta Stele 1 Award at the convention banquet session "in recognition of all he has done and is doing to mobi'ixe support for overseas medical research Continued on Paqe 8-A WASHINGTON — (JTA) — Rep. James Roosevelt, California Dem ocrat, warned in a House speech this week that while the United States was preoccupied with Viet Nam. the Arab-Israel conflict was escalating. He said there was a growing danger that President Nasser of Egypt might launch war against Israel to divert attention from domestic economic troubles and to rally the Arab world behind his slipping leadership. He -aid the main reason there was no Arab Israel peace after 17 years was that the United States had never been willing to commit its influence tO challenge "the warlike declarations of the Arab leadH* said that Egypt now had Soviet T-10 tanks which sre more powerful than the Israeli vehicles and that E jypt had twice as many tanks as Israel. He said that the now Soviet j.t fighters being delivered to Egypt were better than the MIG-21 jet previous' y given to Nasser. He also said Egypt had received Soviet air-to-air missiles, comparable to the United States "sidewinder" rocket. He asserted that Egypt had ground-to-ground missiles for use against Israel and that Israel ha> no comparable weapon Rep. Roosevelt charged that the Administration had ignored mounting Egyptian preparations for war aud had given aid despite such activities costing Egypt this year more than half a billion dollars, equal to the entire 1952 Egyptian budget, He demanded termination ol i S aid to Egypt until its military preparations were limited %  e urged selling ai ms to Israel at "disc unt" prices it necessary. AT IAD VAMM SNMNI Bonn Envoy to Israel Shaken by Memorial 01. PAUIS' MBIVAL PKOTtSJtD PAGl 9A JERUSALEM t JTA Dr. Rolt Pauls, the first West German Ambassador to Israel, made a point on the second day of hiar rival hire this week to visit the Yad Va-hem shrine set up by Israel in memory of the six million European Jews slain by the Nazis in World War II. Visibly (taken by the displays ol photographs and other do i ments oi the monstrous N i ide, the envoy called the t i il •one of the met moving hours m my life" and added he felt that "as many human beings as possible should see it — especially German." H --aid he would try to contact the Yad Va-hem to arrange such visitand that he planned to make another visit himself to the Mount Zion shrine. Dr. A. Tenen, of the Remembrance Authority, escorted the envoy throcgh the Yad Vashem buildings. Dr. Pauls listened in Continued on Page 2-A ASKED TO RESIGN Rabbi to Run In New York Senate Race NEW YORK — (JTA) — An Orthodox rabbi in the Bronx was named to be the regular Demo cratic candidate for the New "i ark State Senate in the 3#th Senatonal district. Bronx County Democratic leadann tunced the designation of bi Schulem Rubin, spiritual r ot a Young Israel congrega[or ihe September 14 primarj ion He will run against incumbent State Sen. Abraham Bern-tern, a member of his congregation Sen. Bernstein had the sun port ot the Buckley organization last year but he broke with The count) leader in July when he was asked to run in another district Rabbi Rubin received the designation when David S. Blatt, an assistant district attorney, the original designee, withdrew on grounds that his mother was ill. The rabbi thus became involved in the bitter internecine struggle Continued on Page 5-A Request Aid to New Nations JERUSAI EM (JTA) — Prime Minister I evi Bshkol and David Horowitz, Governor of the Bank of 1 i ael and author .it a project be ing studied b) the United Nations to aul the "have-nots" in the spirit f a riih Individual helping his p rer neighbors, were the principal speakers at the third Re hovoth Conference at the Hebrew University for discussion of fiscal problems oi developing c IUI tries Killfour countries arc repn W nlc.I The parley ithe thud ll a series started several yearI at the Weuinann Institute of Sci 1 ence at Rehovoth. held here tins year wit.h co-sponsorship of the Hebrew University and the Bank ; of Israel. Toe representatives include 24 Cabinet ministers from leveloping countries, Deputj Prime Minister Abba Eban, who irigtnated the conference at Reh v.'tli as president of the Weil ; inn Institute, is chairman of the world meeting, which is approved, among other-, by the United Nations. Mr. Horowiti spelled out the Continued on Page 3-A DAVID HOROWITZ •Ian for 'Have-nots'



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Page 2-A Jewish fhrkltor_ Friday. August 20, \m Memorial Shakes Bonn Ambassador bwi where Hie intended %  RttJBflRf TJie %  iBtMlf *}<* .ll V hou^j building a still uader cMatrncUaa. temporarily at Colour* Continued from Page 1-A almost complete silence as Or. Tertert explained the grisly exhibts. ing against the Nazis and an active member of one of Israelex parti>an organizations. She also went to Mount Zion. and, as Df, Paul's and the Israeli security guards In sharp contrast to the situation passed her. said quietly hut audibbefore he arrived, only one demonh in Hebrew and in German. ,-trator was present at Lydda air-Pauls go home."' port when his plane touched down. At the airport, the envoy S:IKI She was Bronke Klibanski. a survithat the past should not be forvor of the Bialystok Ghetto uprisgotten but he urged th;it .lews ami Germans "look forward to the future." One of the newsmen referred to his past career as an officer in the German Army in World War II. and asked whether he considered himself the right man for the diplomatic post He replied that he would trj to prove hisuitability for the task At the same time fiat |)r Pauls arriving in Israel Asber BenNathan, the Israeli envoy to Bonn, arrived in Pans en route to the Beth Israel Will Start Seating For High Holy Days Mows .1 Grundwergi president Belli I.-rael Congregation, announced this eek that reservations for seats for the High Holi i aj i will be accepted beginning %  u s week. Services for the High Holidays West German capital. will he conducted in the newlyin West Germany. Chancellor mpleted sanctuarj of the .s>n.cLudwig Erhard and > I ; sition .i-m at 77o West 40th Street "The sanctuary, which is fully air-conditioned, is one of the most outstanding architectural designs in the area," according to Grundwerg. Service.will !>c led bj Rabbi vi Weiii spiritual leader ol i ingregatlon, and bj a cantor from KM*. The synagogue is open from 9 :n to ."> p m. dail). and from !i m to 12 noon on Dr. Goldstein in Golham NEW YORK JTA — Dr feel Goldstein, member of the J *t r *'or attended an oa>ei e*r %  >•* &f •* rally in Tel Aviv. They heard a poem, "The Vow," ky Avraham Shlonsky, proclaiming "We will not forget until the tenth generation" the Naii destruction cf European Jewry. The Song of the Partisans was played and the demonstrators stood in silence for two minutes. About l.ixio youngsters paraded by the Sheraton Hotel to pi % % %  nm.: there ol the tern offices of the West Germat bass) I he Israel Government an nounced thai the Israel Eml ; %  v, %  -i Germany would in the Bonn suburb ol B BEWARE OF TERMITES 100 COPIES-$2 (PHOTO OFFSET) Anything you need copies of Reproduced en / Bond Pooer ) HMU rou WAIT I Cash t Curry LFTTERS BULLETINS LISTS FORMS REPORTS CONTRACTS ••rvinj Miami Sm-i 1e 95 N.E. 13th Street PHONE FR 1-0815 SUNSHINE PRESS 7T OTA RION HEARING AIDS %  •pair Af Vol., WHILE YOU WAIT fenperial Hearing Aid Co. •4 N.E. 2nd Ave. 377-1022 TfBMS TRADE$ DAY WORKERS S6 FARE HIGH TYPE WEEKLY MAIDS RESTAURANT & HOTEL HELP A/*C EMPLOYMENT MWK SERVICE I It !-:Mi07 Owner Sam G' rrn I hope Grandma likes my flowers* Dignified, beautiful and reverently cared for surroundings for our departed loved ones are a source of very real comfort to all. < < < < i i • %  -... *N0COV M0 1-7693 WE CAN PLAN INSURANC TO SUIT YOU! ^ 32 YEARS OF SUCCESSFUL INSURANCE PLANNING FOR HUNDREDS OF SATISFIED CUENTS. & company 998 S.W. 1st St. e Miami Phone 379-7555 RESIDENTIAL COMMERCIAL REPOOriNG MJ 8 'MCUUS1, NORTH DADE ROOFING CO. TADIO DISPATCHED All Type R, oh GuM( n ond $** %  •" %  Written G-er" M FREE ESTIMATES CAU. 681-0442 • 681 -6381 14011 NW 20th AVf ^-oflii ANSWERITE TELEPHONE ANSWERING SERVICE FR 3-2666 — JE 8-0721 YOU GET MORE CAllS WHEN YOUR PHONE IS ANSWERED RITE MODERATE RATES 24-HOUR SERVICE — Serving — JEFFERSON MltMlANO MURRAY UNION FRANKLIN HAZA NI.VT0N L. & G. GLASS AND MIRROR W0RK r 136 SW 8rt STREET Phone FR 1 -1363 Wl INSTALL K1ASS IOK KVKRY Vi ItlMIM.' STORE FRONT PLATE AND WINDOW GLASS furnilurt Tepi, Beveled Mirro'i end Rtsilvrriitj Our Specrelrv Mrrit Orlin, fovnH+r etoxd funeral ...is rarw than A disiiifiM and fitlinp farrwcll: it comfort* tlio liuily. liivtrNriiddirtTti.rstrivetticiriierson.ilnttt n: to each detail...nuikinir arr;m^t-meiit8...easinp burrte*^. Bare, in Florida's mns-t beautiful chajh-ls-all with Baaurp.i^sod.modfruf.-Kiliti.-s-tlKiruii^ldyf.vperienrcduefuaiid vomen of integrity-, retiabtlitj aud 'iinderstaudinj.' vusun a fiiRT personal service at a cst DO greater than oniiwirv Jkrvice.Moreu vt-r, Kivcrtkle (Ihaptds.. .couvenicnt I v lo-*lt-4 in Coral Gahles, Miami Beach and North Dado Cmuiiy... serve all fifty states. That is way so many families ask Riverside to tale charge jn times ol stress. riverside memorial chapel, inc. FUNERAL DIRECTORS Maad B*arh: 1*30 Normandy Drive l


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Friday. August 20 '.353 lenistfh rkUari Page S-A DURING THE WEEK AS I SEE IT Civil Disobedience Rising Problem Ambassador Nathan Barnes, permanent representative of Liberia to the United Nations, shows Mrs. Mortimer Jacobson. national president of Hadassah (left), and Mrs. Nathan D. Perlman. Hadassah's national convention chairman, a special citation to Hadassah from President William V. S. Tubman. at Liberia. The citation, in recognition of all Hadassah has done to help develop Liberia's health services, was presented :o Hadassah at the organization's 51st national convention in New York. (See story. Page 1-A). Orthodox Rabbi To Run for Senate Continued from Page 4-A -I the kind of immaturity that is simply not in keeping with the ambitious progress manifest by the country since liberation in 1!)48. We should mil tier expect nor desire for getfulness of the Nazi beast. But we should also be willing to ennfesthat the Instrument of political Zionism, the State of Israel, is more than Zion the dream, and that anijer is a commodity political beings can ill afford if anger is merely petulance. Hence, the civil disobedience, bordering on violence, that erupted in Tel Aviv last week, requiring machineguns mounted around Bonn's temporary ambassadorial headquarters go further than simply beyond the point of good taste That M many Israelis wanted publicly to express their sentiments is one thing; there can be n<> just criticism f such expressions within the bounds of reason and respon sible citizenship. But that they become offensive to the decisions and purposes of their government is neither excusable nor defensible It suggests that Zion is still a dream and that Zion as politics can never really be taken seriously. What more powerful blow to Israel can Israelis render upon their own nation? It is like burning draft cards. challenging roop tramai rioting In Los Angeles After J while, one is bound to wonder whether ulterior forces are behind such Instances of civil disobedience For it is the ulterior forces that profit by civil disobedience, not the innocents who perpetrate it. Beth Israel Picks Youth Director Continued from P*o 1-A *rDong Dcnotrlh in local Now I YorV elections this year. B. • %  ,-i called the change ., desperate effort t to split the Jewish Rubin .ii Bernstein • mj onl) boas will THE JEWISH HOME FOR THE AG53 MIDI F0 'TS THRIFT SHOP JH v.„, fi.mfor* ClatUng, [lintn; Dishes, D.-ap-i tic. rlCASt CALL US FOR PICK-UP It jfWISN HOME FOR IE AGED THRIFT SHOP 7300 K W. 27th AVENUE Ph. 696 "2101 VWWWMV^yWMA^MA*^ Juste: small revolution! Big Change in... 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hO, 1965 %  **/<# IfhrHltr Paqe 1>A M ,f British Official in Defense of Police i-v^i: ho: Religious School at Beth David is in full proBtepped-up plans for programming a fully funcreci curriculum in the South Dade area, as well r.:\ school at 2625 SW 3rd Ave. Shown reqisterronhrniation class is Rosemary Fa Ik. daughter of Walter Folk. Soul Rabin (left), education direc!" the pcul ton years, and Mr. Falk look on. Bcf moving the entire faculty and school staff Ivj i South Dade Branch at SW 77th Ave. and I week, wai brouqht abor.:est nta who have moved to thai area. LONDON (JTA — Home Secretary Sir Frank Soskice said in the House of Commons last week that he was satisfied that polite 11 were giving special attention to [' the prevention of attacks on synagogues which have been the tar get* in recent months of wide|j spread vandalism. Sir Frank made the statement in reply to Labor Ml' Paul Hose who had asked how many cases of arson aqainst synagogues and other Jewish communal buildings had leen reported to him. The deputy also asked whether Sir Frank planned to call for reports from chief constables on violence and arson l fascist groups and their s> mpathizers, Sir Frank replied that he had received reports of 12 incidents that have occurred since September 1, 1964, most of them in the London re: "I am kept folly informed by the Commissioner of Police and I am satisfied that the police are paying special attention to the prevention of these incidents and the detection of those responsible," he Mid. He added that he did not feel there was any reason for asking chief constables generally "for special reports. Two Synagogues were set afin and badly damaged on August 1 in different parts of London in what were reported to be the 21st and 22nd such outrages on Jewish institutions in London since la.-t fall, despite special precautions taken by police to guard Jewish communal property livhiml Iron Curtain % d from Page 13A I I Jl the im I e d abo [ i m n n nl i • i, well as ; tonal in, %  !,• bUSI to apart I all) f r them. | • oi the newcomers .,. : .. %  that >1 i been reU I :,n who was r in Israel >•: % %  had been •••.. : da) It Ither receive I j. • in migrate to Isuldn't help thii kin the fri e for co Ji wish im\:\ impress was < firmed cousin of mine • wintry .; %  cam* nth two t i,,.. leapite his advance 9J—he works n igrii ultural labe I asked him how he likes being in Israel This was h^ answer: • i ami happj bet auee i an free and because my children archere w it ti me He told me thai oneofhis sons oriel M •' te,hnui:in in the petroleum reftnertai In Haifa and that Mia ofcher werlai m ooatume l,.v dry m %  ""• Both live in the new l\ built -eetion oi Na/.areth, in Galilee ONLY DE MEXICO Offers non-stop DC-8C Fan Jet Service from Miami to MEXICO $ For only CITY 164 00 round trip In just 2 hours 25 minutes you can be is gay, atcit, i Temple Beth Shirah will be held Sunday, 10 a.m., :it the Temple office, 7300 SW 120th St A congregational meeting Is .slated, also on Sunday, at 8 p.m. President Bernard Priedtand will present the budget for the new year, and announce tin' new members who joined during the sum mer Rabbi \lorn\ Skop will return to the pulpit -it Sabbath sen ices on Friday. Aug. 2", al 8 15 p.m., with guest Cantor Emanuel Mandel nting the musical portions ol the Liturgj Ye/fgetth j MOSTfrom J J Coast to Coast! Stop at any of our modern MILNER hotels conveniently located THROUGHOUT America! '5.50 Per D-y YMMU: • reef ?KIVISION • AW. CONDITIONING O THI BAfM • WAU-TO-WAU CABMTINO • MOOIBN FURNISHINGS • NfWIY DCCOtATfO BOOMS • COMPICT* MOTH SISV1CB i.ovHlul MIINt* MOTHS ., ,m* l—-*t *••••< >~* • • • "— r G>oup o"<* Uieivfcfcieli ..onIOC I CM Sol Otpl. *o> '9%m*olk Your Travel Agent — or Contact Cotfowcy Cruiiew • CHEVRON MARINA ww .L. ..... .•_* tMMi. Fart Laeeareaee II. ^m l SMet Caweway, fart Laaeereale f OTBM-tXyOKISOOCEAfrANDBEAOt} xioocoooooooooooe ILLINOIS VTMUE. HTUKTIC CITY.ILL Our fueati return year after year for many reatone SUPKRLA ItVEaTOOD terved in Oracioan Air Conditioned Rooma— Ouetf I Kntertainmeatt Progf.inLorely Lobbiet Cafe Jf^^Z gg teairaiat-PANORAMIC VIEW of OCEAN and BAY from SUH DECK and SOLARIUM t 14th Floor. 60% of our rooma b*ve> Ocean View -Many hava TV. Few have air conditioning tfcey elon't need It. Location ia the Heart of Atlantic City's Keeoit. Amueement and Shopping Area. Use The Madiion Beach Chaira. OCEAN VIEW S 7 P 1 L / araakfatt / For Menus, Color Folder, a* low a-**h rooai / w ^ ^ I •ALU (6083M*4iai • • • HBaa.T^t*M WO MiMtChM.V.. ntaat/r%



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r :: dny, August 20, 1965 UUl thrHl tr Page 3-A AS ABA CONVENTION ENDS ON MIAMI BEACH Cuban Farband Branch Supper [Bar Nixes Resolve on Discrimination set for Sunday \ Miami Beach attorney and a o r m e r Governor of Florida ofLed a resolution to the American har Association last week aimed b'i i-eventinn future meetings in uilitics that discriminate against ^ rsons for racial or religious reabns, The resolution was defeated. Harry Zukernick. acting as a n.-mber of the ABA, and Gov. FulWarren, of Miami, speaking in >imilar capacity, proposed Uie iM>hition at the Tina! business sesi.n of the organization on Thurs %  y, AUR 12. The resolution read: "No luturt meetings of tho [Amarkan Bar A*ociation, or [ry moeting or function aoxilliary thereto, oithor national or j regional, shall be held in any iclaco, whether a public iccom |p-ed*tion or private club or inli'itution that discriminates :a.n*t any person because of cs color, creed or national or |ig.rv" In hi "'" AB \. the Aug I t "both thi fc ; m q ilj beleve that rimina• '• in> nl\ ed prol i ment h>rv '. >\ scheduled several n Miami WABRIN 2UKIKHKK 1114,11 IIOM" IMV SERVICES AT THE KOMI I It llLAIKSTOXi: [BOO Washington Art., Miami Beach fully air-cono'ifionea' f ocilif res ABRAHAM KORF, ffabai ERNEST FIELD, Cantor Aako your reservations now at the office IMM'.liMU.J.Wl Before 1 eit m1 or "^ our Vacation Ma Your Re**rvalioi forthe HIGH HOLY DAYS Ser r k ea Conducted nn TV • STRICTLYKOSMtB CUISINE ONLY GLAT I MEATS Served in the WAI D.MAN Maimrr andef (\f. Sap Tke Air Conditioned % Wa Id mart BCUN AT r< ft. MUMI IflCM mm IE 8-5731 Beach barred t<> Jtwiata membership. Leo Mindlin, exei e editor ol 'l he Jew ish I his n lar c %  ti in n, ?•• \i i led that th< Vmericai I tittee was American Bar Associal i i il days lati I -aid M iting Mindlin, bn %  The New York Times later published the move by Morris Abram, national president of American Jewish Committee, to 'Have-Not' Aid Suggested Continued from Page 1-A type of international aid by the wealthy nations for which Mr. Eshkol called. His 'Horowitz Plan," proposed a year ago before the United Nations Economu .iiiil Social Council has since been under study of the International Bank for Reconstruction and Development. Under the "Horowiti Plan," whuh the Bank of Israel data reiterated here, the wealthier nations of the world v s aside between one per cent and two per cent ol their Brass national prod uct, each yea • ide i .ipit.d tor the underdh %  I ites. Us noted lb I transit ..1 capital to th< erdevt nations, winch had b • %  • t< d to in. rease %  % %  • %  < tin* I I..I.T Ins plan, ained, the -i.,-. ... e cer, of getting >••: Lai '" trigger tic i' 1 "") ects for the Lmproveinenl <>f education and gem ral standards ol life. dispute the bar's decision to stage the annual convention functions in the Bath Club in a tetter to Lewis F. Powell Jr., president of the American Bar Association. The functions scheduled at the club were promptly canceled. In his argument before the closing business session, Zukernick, joined by Gov. Warren, suggested that "il Mr. Justice Port as or UN Ambassador Arthur Goldberg were present at this convention, they would of course be welcome to the functions scheduled for 'he restricted facility in question. But these distinguished Amerii an leaden would also !>'• excluded from membership the very next The Standing Committee on I oluti ected the Warren Zuution with the follow• "Your committee is of the opinion that the language of the resolution is overly narrow. It singles out but a limited segment of the broad ard important field of civil rights in which the American Bar Association has long been active and a leader on a broad scale. %  It felt thai adoption of the rt Union maj well tend to obscure the fact oi the Association's overall activities and broad and affirmative policies against discrimination because of race, creed. color or national origin. 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