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The Jewish Floridian
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-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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Title:
The Jewish Floridian
Physical Description:
63 v. : ;
Language:
English
Publisher:
Jewish Floridian Pub. Co.
Place of Publication:
Miami, Fla
Creation Date:
September 2, 1966

Subjects

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

Notes

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

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University of Florida
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All applicable rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
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ocm35317254
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AA00010090:01961

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Jewish Floridian of South Broward
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Jewish Floridian of greater Ft. Lauderdale
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Full Text
'Jewish Ftaridian
Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY
Volume 29 Number 34
Miami. Florida, September 2, 1966
Two Sections Price 2!3{t

NAZI IGNORES WARNING OF SHERIFF

Arrest Rockwell in Chicago
, IIICAGO (JTA)Town
officials of Chicago'! suburb
of i ice ro announced this
ilk thai they had turned
down an application from
e Rockwell, leader <>i
the American Nazi Party, for
a permit for a rally in front
of the Cicero City Hall
Ro( kwell told the officials
nted "to organize the
peole ol Cicero to de-
Iheir homes and neigh
i a g a insi Martin
King's black invas-
The Rev. Dr. King, lead-
er of the Nearo drive in
Chicago to remove racial
bias from the housing
field, scheduled a march
in Cicero.
Count) Sheriff Huh L
jid Ogilvie said that he [/
! ii ha i' Rockwell ar-
on sight if the man set
anywhere in the county
GEORGl ROCKWELL
stirs unrest
outside the Chicago city
limits. Rockwell has been
stirring hatred among white
residents in this area against
the Negro drive, and his as-
sistants have been furnish-
ing > a s t i k a emblazoned
posters for the opponents of
civil rights.
He has also been deliver-
ing -pi eches at outdoor ral-
lit typing the Negro civil
rights drive to alleged "Jew
money."
To compl) with the Sher-
iff's threat, Rockwell was ar-
rested Mondaj when he
called at Ogilie's oil ice IV
spile the Sheriff's earlier
threat, Ogilvie insisted later
that Rockwell's arrest has
"nothing to do" with his ap-
pearance in Cook County.
Rockwell walked into the
nl [ice, and I Igilvie came out
lo meet him. asking. "Are
Continued on Page 2-A
Canada MP
Resignation
Is Demanded
IN HOUSE COMMITTEE TESTIMONY
0 Census Religious Issue Studied
WASHINGTON(JTA)A. Rosa
lEckler, director of the U.S. Census
lureau, told a House census sub-
'(immil'ee this week that Jv,
r the forthcoming census
pi 1970 would require citizens to
I- heir religion, although he
believed such a question would be
valuable.
Mr Eckler's statement came in
nse to testimony by Rep.
Cornelius Gallagher, New Jersey
Democrat, that Nazi Germany used
the census to identify Jews, and
"it was just such a system that
facilitated the mass murders in
Germany during the 1930s and
1940's." Rep. Gallagher, chairman
of a Mouse subcommittee investi-
gating invasion of privacy, warned
the Census Bureau to In-ware of
invading the individual's right to
SPURRED BY ANTI-SEMITISM
ZOA Chief Sees Return
Of Youth to Jewish Fold
'ARUAMENT DEDICATION
Bonn Prexy
Off to Attend
Israel Opener
BONN LI-FA! Dr Eugen
ierstenmaier, president ol the
Bundestag, lower house ol West
Germany's parliament, left foi Is
rael on Monday alter voicing .i
hope that his visit then and his
tontacts with leading officials of
he Israeli Government would help
further to cement German-Israel
stations.
The immediate reason for Dr
perstenmaier's trip accompan-
ied by his wife was to attend
fceremonles in Jerusalem on 'lues
Bay in connection with the dedi-
cation of the new Knesset (Parli-
ament) building He was to lie one
>l between 40 and 50 leaders of
Continued on Page 5 A
NEW YORK (JTA) Jacques
Torc/yner. president of the Zion-
ist Organization of America, as-
serted tha\ the "resurgence of anti-
Semitism in many parts of the
world, including the United suites.
will impel a reappraisal by Jewish
leadership of their program to
combat assimilation among Jewish
communities."
"With massive anti-Semitism
again rearing its ugl) head amidst
political and social upheaval- in
various countries," he said, "the
! of assimilation and cultural
disintegration which still looms
large on the Jewish horizon, is
gradual!) taking a secondary place
m the fight against bigotry."
Torczynei spoke before several
hundred Zionist leaders from all
parts of the country at the opening
of a two-da) session of the ZOA
national executive committee, the
ruling body of the organization be-
tween conventions. Herman 1.
Weisman, chairman of the national
executive committee presided
over the sessions, which were also
addressed l>> Brig, Gen. Vosef
Geva military attache of the Israel
Embassy in Washington: Joseph
Continued on Page 8-A
privacy in a zealous search for in-
formation.
The Congressman said that
probing by the Government into
religious affiliations was "a dan-
gerous step backward" and
"could lead to a secret police
state." He said that "such ques-
tions are asked in a census of to-
talitarian states. They should not
be asked by the United States
Government."
"We can't and should not for
get that a census of Jews led to
machinery that made possible the
Nazi apprehension and murder of
many people."' lie declared Mr.
Eckler. commenting on Rep Gal-
lagher's assertions said he anti-
cipated a ,J*torm" oi emotional
protests on the religious issue
The Ue\ Paul Tanner, general
secretar) of the National Catholic
Welfare Conference, testified be-
fore the subcommittee thai "the
vast majority of Americans would
find no embarrassment or objec-
tion" to declaring their religious
affiliations In response to the 1970
census He advocated inclusion of
., question to elicit the religious
convictions of citizens.
The American Jewish Committee
Continued on Page 3-A
MONTREAL (JTA) De-
mands mounted here and in other'
sections of Canada for the re-
signation from Parliament of
Giles Gregoire, newly elected
president ol Ralliemont National,
a separatist organization, which
issues a monthly publication
which has been publishing anti-
Semitic articles
Among those who have dt,
manded the rightist deputy's re-
signation for a variety of reasons
were Howard Grafftcy. a Con
servative deputy, and Robert
Thompson, National Social Credit
party leader
The current issue of the pub-
lication. La Nation, ran an arti-
cle headlined "The Jews Flout
Quebec," asserting that "Each
year, Quebec Jews send millions
of dollars to the State of Israel
to help develop this new coun-
try, but the same Jews do not
give a cent for the development
of Quebec."
The article was denounced by
Saul Hayes. Canadian Jewish
Congress executive vice presi-
Continued on Page 11-A
IN TALK TO JWV
Humphrey
Worried By
Civil Discord
NEW COMMANDER PAGE lit
ATLANTIC CITY. N.I Vice President Hubert ll Humph
rev expressed concern here th *
week about increasing extremism
and violence on the streets of th-;
nation, telling the "1st annual
convention of the Jewish War
Veterans that he deplored tha".
in recent demonstrations "once
again the Nazi swastika" was dis-
played in the United States.
He said forces of extremism
"must be watched carefully an)
we must be very sure that they
Continued on Page S-A
Syria Allows Israel
To Salvage Cutter
READY EOR TROUBLE PACE 10 A
JERSUSALEM (JTA) The
threat of a new Syrian Israeli con-
frontation in the Lake Tiberias
area faded this week when Syria
agreed to allow Nrael to proceed
unhampered with salvage "I a
coast guard cutter damaged an,*
Stranded in the Lake as a result of
th, August 1") sea and air clash
in the area Salvage operations on
tin- cutler began immediately.
The Svrians had massed troops
and armor at the site to back their
warnings to Israel againsl tin- sal
vage effort An Israeli spokesman,
announcing the Syrian agreement
said that Israel had succeeded in
its oaslc effort reassertion of
the principle that "Israeli sove-
eignt) alone covers the entire Lake
Tiberias "
Syrian aqreement was ob-
tained by Lt. Gen. Odd Bull.
Chief of Staff of the United Na-
tions Truce Oroaniiation. who
made several visits to Damascus
under Israeli prodding before he
persuaded the Syiians to halt
their implied threat on the issue.
In the Aug lf> clash. Israeli jet.s
~hot down two Soviet-made Syria i
Continued on Page 10-A
TIMES AGAIN REPORTS OLIVER FAREWELL
Confirm Birch Resignation
NEW YORK (JTA) The John Birch
Society's national director of public relations.
former Rep John Rousselot. has confirmed offi-
cially that Dr RevllO P. Oliver, University of
Illinois professor, who has delivered anti-Semitic
speeches at right wins; rallies, has resigned from
the national council of the Birch group, accord-
ing to The New York Times.
Until now. the John Birch Society's headquar
ters at Belmont. Mass.. had refused to comment
on tin reports about Prof. Olivers resignation.
Now. however. Mr Rousselot conceded that not
only Dr. Oliver hut also another member of the
Birch Society's national council, Slobadan M
Draskovich, had quit.
The Times also revealed, through a report
from Gordon D. Hall, a Boston authority on ex-
tremism, that Dr. Oliver had been given a "roar-
ing, standing" ovation at the conclusion of an
anti-Semitic speech in Boston, last July, before a
rally labeled "For God. Family and Country."


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IN CONJUNCTION WITH MIAMI RABBINICAL ASSOCIATION
Interf aith Social Justice Agency Formed
At a joint meeting Monday at
the Biscayne Terrace Hotel, an
Intcrfaith Agency for Social Jus-
tice was established in Dade Coun-
lv "to eradicate all obstacles to
Mans realization of his dignity."
The agency was set up by the
Rabbinical Association of Greater
Uiami, the Greater Miami Council
f Churches, and the Catholic Dio-
ese of Miami, and named Rev.
Martin A. Walsh, executive direc-
tor of the Diocesan Human Rela-
inns Board, as chairman.
Named as vice chairmen of
the 15-man board were Rabbi
Herbert Baumgard, of Temple
Beth Am, and Lyle Holcomb Jr.,
-nember of the Department of
Christian Social Concerns of the
Council of Churches.
Five members of the hoard ap-
i.ointed by the Rabbinical Aesocl
lion include Rabbi Baumgard;
tabbi Sol Landau, Beth David
ongregation; Rabbi Irving l.ehr
ian, temple Emanu-El, and vice
president of the Association; Rab-
bi Max LipschiU, Beth Torah Con-
gregation, and president of the
Rabbinical Association; and Rabbi
Joseph Narot, Temple Israel of
Greater Miami.
Rabbi Solomon Schiff, of Con-
gregation Beth El and executive'
vice president of the Rabbinical
Association, is a member ex-
officio.
In appoin'ing seven committees
and chairmen, the sponsors of the
agency stressed "determination 1o
bring their religious commitment
to bear on socio-economic issues."
Roland .lonson heads the com-
mittee on housing which will work
for open occupancy.
Rabbi Sol Landau will chair the
education committee, which will
seek to accelerate integration and
upgrade the level of service io the
socially-underprivileged.
The welfare committee, head-
ed by Charles Wyche, will seek
to remove residence require-
ments for welfare recipients and
personal investigations which
the committee considers undig-
nified.
The Rev. Leonard Sponsler
heads the law enforcement com-
mittee. Rabbi Irving Ix'hrman will
chair the committee on community
relations. Msgr. David E. Bushcy
will be concerned with agricul-
tural workers, and the Very Rev.
Edward J. .McCarthy will head the
committee on economic justice.
The agency said it would study
and evaluate the policies of the
government and private units to
see if they meet the moral tenets
of the three major faiths. The
agency will then support those
programs which it considers
worthy and work to change the
others.
The agency also hopes to stim-
ulate new programs bj the gov-
ernment or private agencies, as
well as starting some oi its own.
when necessary.
The agency has been in the
planning stages for the past
eight months, with many meet-
ings among the representatives
of the three faiths: Fr. Martin
A. Walsh, for the Catholic faith r
Rev. William Black, for the.
Protestant; and Rabbi Solomon
Schiff, for the Jewish.
The first program undertaken,
by the agency is the sponsorship
of a special event on Oct. 23, com-
memorating United Nations Week.
A public event is being planned
with an outstanding national pun.
I lie figure, to he guest speaker.
House Committee Hearing Studies
70 Census Question on Religion
Continued from Page 1-A
ubmitted a statemenl here out-
ning its attitude toward the is
["he statemenl was presented
j Morris B Abram, president of
i organization, to the House Com-
nittee on Posl Office and Civil
on tne religious composition of
i s population, adding that such
information has "considerable soci-
ological, cull u ra I and practical
uses" This information, he said,
"is needed bj scholars and by the
religious communities themselves,
and is also of interest to the gen-
Service, which is now holding hear- eral public."
- here on plans ol the U S t'on
. Bureau for the 1970 census.
Mr Abram reaffirmed the P-
osition of the American Jewish
ommittee to the inclusion of a
. notion on religion as a violation
Fust Amendment. However,
ie urged that the U.S. Census Bu-
st idy alternate methods ol
btainin data on religious without
m| ulsion acci mpanying the
il Cei sus
The reason for the Commit-
tee's opposition," Mr. Abram
.iid. 'i that answeis to ques-
tions m the Decennial Census are
lato.-y under the law To
:oinpel a person to Diofess his
. ous affiliation or lack of
iffiliatlon is to deorive him of
-eligious freedom, in direct vio-
ation of the First Amendment.
The subiect has never been in-
cluded in a Decennial Census,
and we earnestly hope that the
Federal Government will not dis-
turb this tradition."
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+Jewist fk>ridli&n
Page S-A ^
Civil Disobedience Worries Humphrey
Continued from Page 1-A for disagreement and dissent
within the Jewish community are
,|0 not become the pattern of the likely to increase" as the concept
da) Mr. Humphrey referred at nf social change broadens. Aaron
length to problems in Southeast Goldman, chairman of the Nation-
Asia, Africa. Europe. Latin Amer- al Community Relations Advisory
ica but avoided all reference to Council, told the convention that
Israel and the Middle East. He Jews should strongly support the
ha.I been expected to comment right to dissent,
.in the Syrian-Israeli situation.
The Vice President told the
estimated 2 500 delegates and
guests that he was "much im-
pressed" by the JWV stand on
the Viet Nam war. He quoted
with approval from the JWV
veto of a measure on Viet Nam
dissent at the recent plenary
session of the National Com-
munity Relations Advisory
Council in Washington. The
JWV awarded Mr. Humphrey
its Gold Medal of Honor.
Predicting that the occasions
Goldman"s remarks were obvi-
ously in response to the JWV
veto of a resolution supporting
dissent in connection with Viet
Nam. at the recent Washington
NCRAC plenary session
All other member groups of the
NCRAC approved the proposed
resolution which voiced concern
that the right of dissent in the
United States was being dimin-
ished because of United States
participation in the Viet Nam
struggle. The JWV opposed the
resolution as inaccurate and un-
justified
Bundestag Prexy
Off to Attend
Israel Dedication
Continued fom Page l.A
parliami its in man} tree countries
ng in ceremonies.
Dr. Gerstenmaier will be the
first top Bonn official to visit
Israel since West Germany and
Israel established diplomatic re-
lations last year. Dr. Gersten-
maier is scheduled to visit Is-
rael's President Zalman Shazar,
confer with Prime Minister Levi
Eshkol. and meet with Kadish
Lut. speaker of the Knesset.
As lu was being seen off at the
airport by Israel's ambassador
here. Asher Hen Nathan. Dr. Ger-
stenmaier expressed his hope of
being able to improve relations
with Israel >i:i i irther, and said:
The i i sence ol -1 many Parlia-
mentary speakei m all over
w< rid at the ceremonies
m dedication new Knes-
set in.. Tve to raise
Israel | restig ..- I i raise un-
betv [srai 1 and the
a -i ... ius undcrscor
in- thi Israel to the
world
i ,i-i .-. k. al i -: 'iiiation here
in horn "i D stenmaier's
-mi birthdaj M B -it Nathan pre
sented rim with Israel Gov-
ernmei I | old
Goldman
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-Messed that "thisl
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senters." and said: "Let us al-
ways remember that Jews as
a minorityhave been dissenters
from the prevailing forms and
practices of many societies."
He pointed out that dissent
must be oreserved both in the
nation generally and in the
Jewish community, including
the NCRAC which reflects the
views of diverse organixations.
He said that "freedom is only
as secure as the freedom of the
dissenter t- express his disent-
ing option, however unpopular
or obnoxious it may be."
"'Liberty is best served by
scrupulous protection ot dissent,
and never more so than in diffi
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of momentous historic import,"
the NCRAC chairman said.
"It is precisely at such times
that dissent, by compelling the
most rigorous examination of of-i
ficial views, contributes most to
the wisdom of foreign policy. If
this be true of Government, how
much more true it is of a vol
untary association like NCRAC"
He lauded the JWV role on a
number of issues, but indicated
that he did not share the JWV
philospophy on dissent as expres-
sed by the veto invoked at the
Washington plenary meeting.
President Johnson sent rwa
messages to the convention. In
one he commended th JWV
for backing the Administra
tion's Viet Nam position. Ha
noted the action of the JWV at
the NCRAC penary
In his second message he com-
mended the patriotism of the
Jewish veterans and said. "Y).i
will. I know continue to support
the objectives of our nation ani
our men in uniform, who an*
giving so greatly of themselves "
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Berkowitz Will Conduct Services
Murraj Berkowitz, board mem-
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.!, ol Greater Miami, will
, the High Holidaj *
n id, Hebrew Academy, Louis
Merwitzer, president, announced
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The High Holiday services will
be hold in the 880-seat, air-condi-
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Pinetree Di
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ices on Rosh Hashona, Thursday
and Friday, Sept. IS and 16, anc
Yom Kippor, Saturday, Sept 24
Bi i '" ':, .i I) c I no
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and cantors. Since his an
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ducted holida; sen icei in
laige i oi in al ons in
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at midnight.
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fsfrbfished in 1945 a
Leaders of Temple Judea form a procession
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~5C 000 home across from the University of
Leading the march are (front to rear!
h Krefetz, president; past presidents, Sam
. :, Nat Winokur and Meyer Baskin; Sid-
4] Longer, founder, Albeit Jacobson, trustee;
oast presidents, Sol Rovin and Tilden Coren-
olurr; vice presidents. Max Deakter and Lee
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loly Ark. Each is a member of the Central
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Hi, in.. Friday evening services
']' mple Judea'S new sanctuary.
5500 Granada Blvd.
Lebow; and David Pullman, trustee. New
covers for the Torahs were presented to the
congregation by the family of past president,
the late Sam Wiessel, during ceremonies in-
side of the new sanctuary. Current o'ficeis of
the congregation completed the line of march
through honor quards comprising trustees of
Temple Judea and officers and directors of the
Sisterhood. Brotherhood officers acted as
ushers.
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fJenist tkrktic*r>
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Page 7-A
4 1\J. Synagogue Vandals Arrested
TEANECK, N.J. (JTA)
Police announced this
week the arrest of four
youths in the swastika smear-
ing of Congregation Beth
Sholom and said the smear-
ing appeared to have been
a prank.
One of the youths was 17
and the others 16. Police said
that the idea of daubing
paint on the synagogue was
that of the 17-year-old and
that he did the actual paint-
ing. Their names were with-
held.
Th police Mid that the
defacing, in which 18 swas-
tikas were painted on the
building, began with the
youth merely smearing
paint on the walls, win-
dows and sidewalk and
that the idea of painting
on swastikas came later in
the spree.
Police Chief Robert Fitz-
patrick had discounted the
possibility of organized anti-
Semitic activity in the town-
ship.
The 17-year-old was taken
to the children's shelter at
Bergen Pines County Hospi-
tal. The three others were
released in custody of their
parents. They will be charg-
ed with juvenile delinquency
in Hackensack juvenile court.
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rJewist fhcridiar
Friday. September 2, 1966
ZOA Chief Sees Youth Return to Fold S^JJ"
Continued from Page 1-A
W Greenleaf, chairman of the
.i ution* committee; and Paul
Safro, acting chairman of the na-
tional finance committee.
Torczyner said that "social
upheavals in a number of Latin
American countries and racial
conflicts in the United States
have escalated anti-Jewish prej-
udices and have intensified anti-
Semitism even among wide cir-
cles of Negroes here." He fur-
ISer asserted that the "so-called
white backlash in the South, in
the Midwest, and currently in
Chicago, mostly led and insti-
gated by extreme rightist forces,
have opened the doors to such
anti-Semitic elements as the Ku
Klux Klan and the American
Nazi Party, whose leaders have
addressed rallies in Chicago and
sewhere attended by thousands
cf white residents." He also cit-
ed the recent outbreaks of swas-
tika daubings of synagogues in
New Jersey, Long Island, Flor-
ida, California and many other
states.
The Zionist leader voiced con-
fidence that the "alliance of blat-
ant anti-Semitic elements with the
anti-Negro forces will open the
eyes of those Negroes who them-
selves harbor anti-Semitic preju-
dices." He further said that the
current reemergence of the anti-
Semitic elements is "also awaken-
ing Jewish youth to the realization
of then close affinity with the
Jewish people.'" "Our youth," Mr.
Torczyner asserted, "is beginning
to learn the lesson of history that,
rather than trying to escape from
Jewish identity, they can best
cany on the battle against bigotry
and prejudice by standing up as
Jews, imbued with a consciousness
of their Jewish heritage."
"The decline of organized anti-
Semitism in the years since the
during the week... as i see it
Continued from Page 4-A
thai the truly bad in human affairs did not first burst on the world
with Hitler.
In essence, the President was saying thai anti-Semitism preceded
the Third Keich and that still it prevails long after it; although the
remnants of malevolent anti-Semitism and pro-Hitlerism amount to
today, and the danger of overestimating their evidences weighs
heavier than that of their depreciation.
To analyze Dr. Gerstenmaier's equivocation is beside the point,
as it would be beside the point to praise his view of ". (these)
crimes (that) stand insurmountable before us From
Ihem still emanate such a haze of darkness and futility, thai many
Germans simply can not bear it."
The isue at hand is rather the .leui-li reaction to his appearance
re the WJC at all. a reaction best studied in the schizoid approach
Israeli-West German diplomatic relations todaj Are they wanted.
(.- are thej not? M> educated guess is that they are wanted, but that
W< must also lament them and crucify ourselves for participating.
mately, however, a firm stand will have to be taken And it will
rave to be far different from the stance of those who speak Hebrew
and acknowledge no other tongue. Piety, after all. may be expressed
in any language
Piety is not an effort at communication. It is. in the end. a
way of being.
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end of World War II. with the par
tial acceptance of .lews in certain
social and economic spheres.' he
continued, "has hastened the vol-
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particularly among Jewish youth.
This was particularly the case in
Latin America and West European
communities, and in the United
Stales. On the other hand, in So-
uoi Russia the Jewish community
is subjected to forced assimilation
through cultural discrimination."
Addressing himself further to
the problem of Jewish youth today
which, he said. "Zionism must
solve," the speaker urged that
"every young Jew must be made
conscious of the reality of the Jew
ish world today even if it means
changes in the concepts of the
older Zionist generation."
Aryeh Even, executive direc-
tor of the Young Zionists Depart-
ment of the ZOA, reported to
the session on the seven-week
stay of the largest American
teen-age group in the summer
camp at Kfar Silver, the agri-
cultural high school in Israel
maintained by the ZOA. The
group, which recently returned
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dents from all parts of the
United States and Canada. A
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Friday. September 2, 1966
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Court Bailiff Aids Stricken Witness
Alan Gluckstem (far right), co-chairman of the Northy County
YMHA development fund campaign, presents a monetary
riedge to Chairman Lionel Bosem. Looking on are Co-Chair-
men David Blauner (second from left) and Neil Chonin. Cap-
:ains are Dr. Jack Aron, Adolph Berger, Michael Bodne. Ed
?eclcer. Dan Harris. Herb Holbrook. Art Horowitz. Dr. Jack
Lazar, Manny Marlis, Dr. Stanley Mitchell. Alan Olkin. Don
Reiff Michael Salmon, Chuck Schlakman, Mel Shrago. Dr.
AJvin Stern. Maxwell Weisblatt. and Louis Wolfson.
Bemle Sutta, bailiff in Judge
Edward s. Klein's Criminal Court
in the Justice Building, was las)
week responsible for saving the
life of ;i chain store operator tes-
tifying in Small Claims Court.
Sam Weiss collapsed and Stop-
ped breathing while presenting
testimony in ilio courtroom of
Judge James S. Rainwater.
Mrs. Weiss promptly ran down
the fourth floor hall and called
for Sutta, who left Judge Klein's
courtroom and hurried to Weiss'
side. The 58-year-old Weiss, who
lives at 4340 Michigan Ave.,
had no pulse, according to Sutta.
As Miami Officer c. Summer-
field massaged Weiss' chest. Sutta
revived Weiss with mouth-to-mouth
resucitation. Weiss ihcn gave a
loud na.sp'" and l>eyaii to revive
Ik' was later taken lo Ml. Sinai
Hospital, whore he was listed in
fair condition.
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Friday, September 2. 1966
Eshkol Says Israel Ready for Trouble
JERUSALEM (JTA1 As Is- Aug. 13. Israel decided to display
the wreckage as a retort to a
Syrian claim that Syrian frogmen
had recovered the MIG and the
body of the pilot from the lake,
despite United Nations and Israel
surveillance.
The plane had been brought
down close to the northeastern
shore of Lj' Syrian border lies 30 feet from
the water's -ige. An Israeli spokes-
man said that -imall pieces of the
wreckage and possibly the pilot's
body might have floated to shore,
where they could have been
relrieved by the Syrians. Asked if
there was any truth in the Syrian
claim, an Israeli officer replied
that, besides the wing and under-
carriage salvaged by Israel, there
Mas no plane left, just "bits and
pieces."
rael's Cabinet lauded Prime Minis-
ter Levi Eshkol and Foreign Min-
ister Abba Eban for the the man
ner in which they handled the
most recent Syrian crisis. Eshkol
warned the Government and the
country that there is no certainty
at all that the Syrians will now
keep the peace. 'There is no way
of knowing." he cautioned,
"whether they will keep peace now
or will continue the aggression*
against Israel as their leaders
keep saying they will." Then the
Premier added: "In the latter
territory and the lives of her citi-
zen."
The crisis on the Syrian border.
Bpeciiicall) in the Lake Tiberias
area, has lasted from Aug. 15. the
day the Syrians fired mortar shells
Bgainsl an Israeli Coast Guard
vessel marooned on ;i reef in the
lake, until Friday
Israel sent its air force aloft
on Auq. IS when the Syrians
continued firing to prevent res-
cue of the Israeli wounded. Is-
rael's iets knocked out the two
Syrian oun oosfs behind a hill
near the eastern shore of the
lake In an ensuing dogfight, Is-
rael shot down two Syrian
planes one behind the Syrian
lines, another into the lake, with
its oilot. On Friday. Israel final-
ly refloated the Coast Guard
cutter, in the face of Syrian
threats to use its massed men
and armor near the Tiberias
shore.
s u n day. Israeli officials con-
tinued to display at Tiberias the
crushed wing and pan of the un-
dercarriage of the Syrian MIG-17
^ hich was shot down into Lake
it* :;.i>. together with its pilot on

Syria Allows
Selvage of CvH,?r
Continued from Page LA
I]
-
I '
to S; Syria
I -
he cutter Al thai point.
' be an his mission to
i us.
A special UN team was posted at
the -ite to ensure that the salvage
operation was carried out in peace
Another phase of current
Syrian-Israel tension also was
moderated slyihtly during the
week. Syrian Chief of Staff Swe-
dani announced in Damascus
that Syria had decided to stop
bringing complaints against Is-
rael to such international forums
as the UN and to move directly
with military action against Is-
raeli "aggression."
However. Syria informed the UN
Security Council, in a much more
moderate tone, that it would fol-
low a policy of "legitimate self-
defense" in responding to Israeli
"aggressive acts" in the future.
The Syrian letter repeated charges
that Israel had.started the Auyust
15 clash buHpM not say anything
about a polity decision to resort
to force in the future.
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Israel had avoided any an-
nouncement concerning the fate
of the Soviet-built MIG while it
was negotiating with U.N. of-
ficials on procedures for the re-
moval of the Coast Guard cutter.
It is the manner in which Israel
conducted those negotiations,
mixing tact toward the United
Nations with firm refusal to bow
to what members of the Cabinet
called Syrian "blackmail." that
earned for both the Premier and
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plaudits of the entire Cabinet.
Meanwhile, Israel warned in the
United Nations that Syria was en-
gaged in "doctrines and activities
that are calculated to keep the
border area in a state of tension
and upheaval" which might" en-
danger the whole region." The
warning was contained in a letter
from Ambassador Michael Comay.
Israel's permanent representative
at the L'N to the president of the
Security Council. Mr. Comay did
not ask for a Security Council
meeting.
Summarizing all of Syria's
claims, and Israel's counter-
claims, in relation to the Lake
Tiberias incident of Aug. 15. Mr.
Comay told the Council: "The
si ream of warlike threats against
Israel by leaders and spokesmen
of the Syrian Government and its
armed forces has continued un-
abated since the incident of Aug.
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After listing many Uh state-
ments, Mr. Comay net*4 that
Damascus Nad emphasiied
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for a "people's war of libera-
tion" against Israel by use of
armed force; a policy of armed
punitive or "reprisal" attacks on
selected ta resets inside Israel; a
proclaimed refusal to have re-
course in the future to the
Security Council or any other
UN agency; and an undertaking
to oive "unqualified support to
sabotage raids into Israel."
"Formal denials in letters or
statements" by Syria to the Secur-
ity Council "carry no weight." Mr.
Comay stated. "What matters is
that Syria should implement its
obligations under the armistice
agreement to ensure, that there
should be no Illegal crossing of the
bonier." Not only Israel hut the
Cnited Nations and all govern-
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WORLD WAR I! SERGEANT NEW NATIONAL COMMANDER
Stem Extremist Tide--Javits
. Belitzky. ninth grade graduate of the Hebrew Acud-
-on of Mr. and Mrs. Moiris Belitzky. 1115 Pennsylvc
Miami Beach, has received the Executive Club of Miami
s Youth of the Month Award presented by the Executive
The award is made to the student selected by the school
- outstanding i:i citizenship and scholarship. Miking
esentation is Dr. Jerome Berke, chairman of the Youth
Mcnth Committee.
demand Mounts for MP
o Quit Canada Gov't.
mi vnnc CITY. \ .1 ,H \
recenl act ins by the
i Nazi Partj and the John
Birch Society to exploit domestic
unrest in bids for powei Sen. Jac
ob K Javits, New York Republi
:an, told the 71st annual conven-
tion di the Jewish War Veterans
here last weekend that both the.
icratic and Republican Parties
should do more against increasing!
right wing extremism
He lold the 2.000 delegates and
guests: "Condemnation of bigots
and racists bj responsible political
leaders can no longer be enough.
It is the dutj of both political
artii to i.i the offensive in
combating the radical right's pois-
onous piopa^anda that building on
resentments engendered b> the
protests ol V roes and unhappi-
with the Viel Nam war, can
pull tin- nation apart. Both the
Democratic and Republican Parties
onl) conden
right doctrines and organizations;
both parties must educate their
::ntinued from Pag* 1-A
- stemming from "ignor-
r malice."
Nation also attacked the
in Jewish Congress for its
1 to recognize the French-
fan ii a t i o n" and assailed
is) Jews" for backing anti-
-i members of Parlia-
(Iregoire, representing the
i anointe, bi ushed off
ol ant Si mitism an i --;u - for his
1 he had a

ii 'thi j

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it i- .in
for :ii! to exan
indeed, in Qu< be< 's
[< that a part) seeking
support has to resort
\: bbj tactics.
Hi is to the credit of some
e very top leadership of
. I Credit, particularly the
Solon Low, Robert Thomp-
<;nd Premiers Manning and
rrett, that they have pub-
denounced anti Semitic
nts in their parties and
p -red the use of anti-Semi-
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brand ol political thinking can
cosl us our freedoms, just as quick-
Ij and finallj as Communism "
Malcolm A. Tarlov, of Nor-
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American Nazi Party, including
its listing as a subversive group
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THE RABBI SPEAKS FROM HIS PULPIT
Our Highest Aspiration Through the Ages
By RABBI MORRIS SKOP
Temple Sholom of Pompano
modern Jews of the most meaning- and resolve to "* *jJ"J
ful teachings of the Covenant as the ensu.ng year. roremo,t among
applied to modern problems and the Covenant commands are hon-
ae thetic Jewish ceremonies. oring of parents helping the poo.
. and helpless, giving ot chanty and
v r-o, Jewish tradition indicates that ____. l0 DOtn Temple and Com-
tek, hfory- The New\ear5,27 which the Jewish people were to ,here are some 613 "Mtavoa" 3? JJJJ and BV all. to
every Rosh Hashona, practicing
Jews renew their resolutions to
observe this Covenant? The Cov-
The old year 5726 in our Jewish ena|)| inc|uded mallv statutes,
religious calendar is fast fading, comma.idments and regulations
is on the horizon. AS we approach fon0w and observe ajid put into
the reading of the Biblical Sidrah|dai|y piactice. Some of these
Ki Tovo. on Saturday in syna-
gogues and temples throughout
the Jewish world,
we read of warn-
ings and blessings
which the Jewish
people will ex-
perience relating
to a Covenant or
Brit in which
God and the Jew-
ish people were
to be partners.
Every Jewish
boy. on his eighth
day of birth, is
welcomed into
this Covenant at
the Brit cere-
mony. What is
this Covenant? Do
still believe in it?
Rabbi Sfcop
modern Jews
Is it true that
"Mitzvos," "Chuklm," "Mishpatim"
were of a theological nature, some
were ritualistic and many were
ethical.
I
More Lenient Views
A devout Orthodox Jew tries to
observe every regulation as indi-
cated in the Bible and Interpreted
officially by .meat and recognized
rabbinical scholars both in the Tal-
mud and in Jewish Codes of Law.
Conservative Jewish people recog-
nize these Covenant rules of the
Bible, but are more lenient in their
acceptance and application for
modern times. The Reform rabbis
and their followers have been most
selective in emphasizing primarily
Obedience to Covenant
munity
commandments which comprise stu(jv
the Brit or Covenant which Jews,
should practice. Since it would
take a saintly person to be able
to carry out in daily living ever) An observant Jew must make
"Mitzvah," most Jewish people are tjme of ,ind tinu, l() leatn the
encouraged to practice as many as teacnmgS 0f Torah which indicate
possible Especially at the dawn oi (lu> Brit 1)r covenant required of
the New Year, is the Jew alerted a loyal jew ,n the Biblical Por-
to acquaint himself with these tjoll (Sidrah) of this week. Moses
Jewish traditions and Mitzvos" indicates the blessings which shall
Friday. September 2, 1965
come to the observing Jewish ;>
pie for obedience to this Covenao
He also indicates the serious cur. .
and consequences which n..i>
suit for failure to practice I
teachings which were to make
Jewish people a Godly and H
people.
Through the ages, only a re
nant of Jews has been able
reach this high goal of being ,
Covenant People, but it has be
the target for intelligent and it<
formed Jews who know that I
Torah indicates these high g
noble ideals.
At the dawn of a New Yea
it is well to reread this fascinati
chapter of our Torah, and to
solve to earn the blessings ivhi
are in store for those who put in
daily practice the ideals ol
Brit the Covenant between
Almighty and the Jewish pe i
>
#ve lia ions *J5<
ervices
J his lA/eekend
iGUDATH acmiv. Lombardy H.
6305 Collins Ave. Ortnodox
.-..
Mlneha 6 10 p m
lOI'DATH ISRAFL -IV Carlyle Ayr
Orthodox. Rabbi Isaac Ever
the ethical teachings ot the (_o\- frMay g ,-, ,, Saturdaj i" i.n
enant and urging the practice b\ Sermun "The Synag
m "Im
S i". p.m.
HEBREW LESSON
i Jew e Mincha
Tftfn ns D"xx3n kid ivqs
&n$f OTrrn ?# onifl "in
m^xi ^T]p93 vp .rrraB-n^i
niao tTTinvi nx "rxn? ioj
wann") orr'n nx ido on .ni
am dh ,d'tt 'naa DHirr
wxini ,n1"nri id't Drr-j
na^a "i^lna n'sn d*twtj
TCKsTI ,9V DDH] "THX QV
tm : r '.
irri d> nosm ,Ln .1a it
t : : r
a^a, o-Tirrn ina .nn'-:T
r ; t
.na-i-nsq?1?
->-u rr*m .mau nor^an
t v t : f T 1
no nnx T1V shin "Vi
aniKtf a-nrr 300 "ris o*na
-flr1? V?s n'px a-rix .nTsn
. ?
_ 11
|*|Mai
! 1 _l
*?-iii nvrn "nte! rrn wm
T I T~ TT- T-
173D or? "inx osa .TIC
on-iaa, ?# rrtirn? amrrn
-yn1? i:a? ,DKi uv in:
'niTT on: ?# r?ij?a ?a t~
.?"nrr s'-,-i D'la^n "TSC
-viai nn-r-a wa v&0 a""~
1 : *; t -
."D'jiyn niax 'Ton*
T T .. -;
D'^Ttfn^ i:~r pna?n-"ina
KHAVAT SHALOM CONGREGA
TION 985 SW 6?tn Ave Orthodox
Cantor Morns Barr.
---- ---
ANSHE EMES. 2633 SW 19th Ave
Conservative. Emanuel Kushelwitr.
president.
IETH DAVID. 2625 SW 3rd Ave. Con
servative. Rabbi Sol Landau. Cantor
William W. Lioson.
FYIla> 8 ]i in .-.rtirltv : :i itt liar
Vlltzvuh: Arnold Iteri, w>n of Mr and
Mi Rotw 11 Slrull. M ncha '. IS ; m
----
jETH EL 500 SW 17th Ave. Ortho
dox Rabbi Solomon Sch-ft
!' -.| \ 8:30 p.tn s i r l '< a m
Th.- I : ture'a i mifh
Min ha ; m
----
3ETH ISRAEL. 770 40th St. Ortho
dox. Rabbi Berel Wem.

IETH JACOB. 301 WHrmjIon Ave
Orthortox Rabbi Shmaryahu T
Swirsky. Cantor Maurice Manicriei.
----
JETH KODESH. 1101 SW '2th Ave
Modern Traditiora' Raijt M j *
Shapiro. Cantor Benjamin Ben-A-i.
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... ....
; |. in \ > -
JETH MOSHE CONGREGATION
'3630 W. Dixie Hvy Contarv .-
Cantor Seymour H'r^K-s

BETH SOLOMON 50 NVV 5.-. P
Conservative Rabbi Aharon M P
Fi Iday 8 uirday .*

i ri ; '
.-o^iyn niax "Ton- 7r oai
r-in^ on-n rx nai ^xn ^ ^ ^ ^^ %
"# sr ^ w?f xS Dn ^8 vy ,mx v. to .Ti -i:x
on .-l?,i in^x nxi .n:y:"
n*i?i 'pc? pit*"? nx i;rx
i03 n,xi ^xn/rn ^""noo*
iTTtca aatf "?s* vy n^n^Ta J
i':- tt '* r* u-v"^ .Vncoi r it Tjsno'?
?igT> nanxv pwsa 02^
'-:; 1 : r i I t : r
JETH TPILAM. 03= Euclid Av- O
thodox. Rabbi Joseph E
SYNOPSIS OF THE TORAH PORTION KI TAVO
A Jew offers first fruits before the priest and make-
declaration
And now behold. I have brought the first of the fruil
the land, which Thou. 0 Lord, hast given me" iDeut. 2(i. 10i
Kl TAVO And it shall be. when thou art come in unt i
the land which the Lord thy God giveth thee for an inheritance
thou shalt take of the first of all the fruit of the ground
and shalt go unto the place which the Lord thy (.Jod shall choose
to cause His name to dwell there And the priest shall take the
basket out of thy hand, and set it down before the altar oi tl
Lord thy Cod and thou shalt set it down before the Lord tin
God. and worship before the Lord thy God When thou hast
made an end of tithing all the tithe of thine increase in the
third year thou -halt say before the I-ord thy God: "I have
put away the hallowed things out of my house, and also have
given them unto the I.evite, and unto the stranger, to the father
less, and to the widow I have not transgrressed any of Th\
commandments, neither have 1 forgotten them." (l)eut 2ti I 13
"And it shall be when ye are passed over the Jordan.
ye shall set up these stones, which I command you this da>
Mount Ebal, and thou shalt plaster them with plaster \
thou shalt write upon "he stones all the words of this law
plainly (Deul 27 4 Bl
The portion [oes on I i treat oi the blessings and curses
\; ises charged the children of Israel; for further
ant made in Mount Horeb i> reaffirmed in Moal
Tu s recauntinq o* the Weekly Portion or the Law is e-
triited and based upon "Th O'aphic History of the Jewish
Her:taae edi'ed by P. Wol'man-Tsamir, $15 Poblishe-
Shengold, and the vo'uine is available at 11 WiMiam S'., New
York i. N Y. President o* tne socie'y distributing the voli n<
is JoSiO" ScnJanq

.nrn nsc] ,vm
-1n nrx x*n ?;ncoi ^
nxiU.3 nirn x"n .n-:-rp r:i
-.D^isjn ri^x 'Ton- *?r;
T T \ ~:
vP-aVis rnas ma pssira)
T?
The Story of a Tree
When the Nazis conquered Hol-
As is well-known, the [ate ot the land' uas the ,urn of ,ho Jewa
Jew has been a tragic one. Over ,0 ** Reported and exterminated,
and over again Jews suffered Jo WesterweU and his wife at-
i..rsecution at the hand, of their "'"'I'led to save the Jews from this
Gentili neighbors. *. They risked their lives and
, hid Jews in the homes of friends.-
At the same tune, our people ^ and ^ C0lnl.a(|es fore(|
earned to value every instance of documt.nts and hclped manv Jows
friendliness on the part of ..on- to eacape from Holland. '
Jewish neighbor- A special name
waa conferred-nporr Gwitiles who One day slop was caught The
treated us -hi a friendly and hu Nazis shot him. Willie was also
mane manner Humanitarians of caught and sent, with her Jews,
the World. ( i I to a concentration camp.
(.n Memorial Mill In tW4ut- The wal. enc|ed and wmrs lif(.
skirts of Jerusalem, there is a; was saved To(,cther with her,
special-tree lined boivlevard named three-hundred Jews whom she had
after the Humanitarians of the savt.d rolnained alivc Thl.v immj.
World. Each tree in the boulevard ,,,..,,,,<, (o ,srao, and ,)csan ,hcir
represents a jgreat human story. life anew BBt they did not forget
Today, we-Shall tell you about one Jop who nad djed for ,hem and
tree, a new one his wife wmi Thev organized a
Wilh Westerwe.l la an elderly visjl ,0 ,srae, for Mrs Westerweil.
Dutch woman. She was married to and also planted a tree bearing her
a well-known educator, Jop Wes- name in jerusaiem, 0n the Boule-
terweil. He and his wife believed | vard of the Humanitarians of the
with all their hearts in the injunc- \Vorld.
tion. "Love thy neighbor as thy-1
M.)i < Published by Brit Writ Olamit
3ETH TORAH 164th 51 a-- \E lit'
Ave. Conservative Rabbi Max .
ch'tz. Cantor Ja- lb Renj
-' I
I J
: -: In

3NA RAPHAEL "4J- S '.V :".~1 S'
Cons-rv-it v. P.-ibbi Hi /] 3 --
Cantor jack L-rne-.

CL'BA\ HEBREW CONOREOATlON
0=- MIAMI. ::4~ v\ i." j: i
Orthodox. Rabb' Oov Rjiencweig.

FT LAUOEROALE JEWISH CN.
ter. 54* E. Oak ind Parh Bivi
Conservative. Dr. Jack L Morris.
president. Cantor The lore Mm-
dich.

FT, LAUOERDAl.E EMANt'-EL I8C'
S Andrews Ave. Reform Ribbi
Richard M. Leviton Ci"Dr Jerome
Klement.
----
HALLANDALE JEWISH CENTER.
126 E. Haliandal- Beach 3lva Rev
Paul Oeutsch.
----
HEBREW ACADEMY 2-fVi oin.tPee
Dr Orthodox. Ratio: Alexander S
Gross.
------ 0------
HOLLYWOOD temple S'NAi ijoi
Johnson St. Cons^rvitive Rabhi
David Shapiro. Cantor Vehjdah
Heilbra-m
---- -
ISRAELITE CENTER J178 vu 25t"
St. Conservative. Rabbi Avrom L.
L. Drazin. Cantor William B. Nut-
sen.

JACOB C COHEN COMMUNITY
SYNACOGbE. 1532 >Vish,naton Ave
Orthodox. Rabb Tibor H. Stern
-
KNESETH ISRAEL 1415 Euclid Ave.
Orthodox Rabbi David Lehrf.eid
Cantor Abraham Seif
-
LUBAVITCHER M.NYAN. 800 Wash
ington Ave. Orthodox Ribbi Abra
ham Korf. Cantor E'-nest Field.
----
MINYONAiRES CONGREGATION.
IS* Bird Rd. Modern Traditional.
Cantor Lewis Cohen.
----
; OHEV SHALOM. 911 Normandy Or.
Orthodox. Rabbi Phineaa Weber-
man.
SEPHARDIC JEWISH CENTER. 845
Collins Ave. Rev. Cantor Sadi Nan
mias.
KY LAKE SYNAGOGUE 18151 NE
ti.

\

CANOLEUGHTING TIME
I- ~iul=:21 pjn.
. I.
1 --,:) a
E Cu

TEMPLE OUm YESHURUN Jon
t". ?- \ - .- .- im
Oirdeni pj Ra i Milton Sch ...
Cantjr Mur :f Nr .

T E V = L E 9iTn J v S9 J S Kendal
Or Sj v ttni. Reform Rabbi
Me-ber: z j ." jarJ Cantor -.i-
Kyrr
e
TEMPLE BETH EL OF HOLLY.
WOOD 126' S 14th Ave R-rjr,,,
Rabb Samuel Ja'fe.
TEMPLE BETH RAPMiEL 54j
' Ave Conservat >. Cintjr
Saul H. Brie''..
------ o
TEMPLE 9ETM SHOLCM Of H >lly
wood. 1725 Monroe Si Corse v '. v-
Rabbi Morton Malavsky. Cantor Er-
nest Ste.ndr.

TEMPLE BETH SHOLOM 4144 Chas.
Ave. Liberal. Rabbi Leon Krimi"
Cantor Oavid Coi>ntr
I 1:1* p m Kalunl.!1 |."i
JLE BETH TC\
St Conservative. Ribt) B

rEVIPLE B'NAI SuOLOM
Ave. Cjnsci vative Cai
a iham Rein

TEVPLE EMANU EL. I7l '
Ay- Conservat'.e RabB
I ehrr?ian Cantor 7. A -
p m. Sin

TEMPLE ISRAEL OF GREA- = R
AMI 137 NE 1th St Reforn =>
Joieph R. Narot.

TEMPLE ISRAEL OF MIR1'--1
I X) SW 69th Wly Conser. il -_^
Rabbi Irwin Cutler
TEMPLE JUDEA. 5500 Granadi 3
Liberal-Reform.'Rabbi MO" > -
per.

TEMPLE MENOHAH. 620 >Sth ;'
Conservative. Rabbi Mayer Ad j
owita. Cantor Nico Feldman
- o
TEMPLE NER TAMID. 80th St 1-1
Tatum Waterway. Modern Trad
tion.il. R.ibbi Eugene Labovitr C''
tor Edward Klein.
- i j, in Seni "I' w i ,v
v\ i h isen to LI Knbbl
will n \ ii a Sirunai r In i hi
! i ..-1,1- Uori ii. I" f,-.-"i "'' i'-u-
;i< Ihr I'iiim-i >il> "I Mi.ni>.....
Sli.ilil.it li! bi li -'! bj Mi
Mi Han*) Kaataii m hi n
Continued on Following Psgft
r^aobinical television / roaratm
Sept. 4 Ch 10, 11 am. "The Jewish Worship Hour"
Speaker Rabbi l>a\id Shapiro
Sept. 4 Ch. 7. 10 am.. The Still Small Voil
Speaker: Rahhi Herbert M Baumgard.
Topic: "Religion in Crisis."
Sept. 6 Ch. 12. 9:30 to 10:30 p.m.. "Man to Man-'
Participants- Rabbi Herbert M. Baumgard. Fr. Donald
Connolly. Rev. Albert Schmidt
Moderator: Rev. Luther C. Pierce
Topic: "Religion and the Working Man"
I


r- -:.-.- September 2. 1966
* Je* isfi FhrMkun
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I
Soviet Writer Tells Full Babi Yar Story
NEW YOKK (JTA) The full Times reported from Moscow thi<
the Nazi massacre of Jews week.
A Soviet ii!er. Anatoly Kuznet-
whi was living in Kiev anc
was IS years old when the Babi Yar
mas ..ere took place, has written
the Babi Yar story in Yunost. a
gvine <>f Babi Yar. in Kiev.
. 1941, has now been revealed in
.-t. Soviet Union for the first time
. eyewitness writing in a
magazine, The New York
VALUED AT 530,000
Ancient Coin Find Told
TEL AVIV i.tTA) A Hebrew University archaeologist
ted this week that workmen excavating th< ruins ol a -
r> villa it. the Negev, near Dimona. found a colled i
than 10.000 Roman coins valued at an estimated $83,0 0
Vbraham Negev, head oi lh< eported
i r and 2 000 ci n. l< ssei valui <.....I -:
i d 112 CE, The coin were 1 ind
a i '.lined Nal atean-1 tim
I rest
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-.ed from Precedin.-j Pact
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Soviet youth magazine. According
o the Times dispatch, this is the
story Kuznetsov told:
On September 28 1941, a week
after the German army occupied
Kiev, posters were put up by
the Germans throughout the city
ordering "all the Jews of Kiev
and surroundings" to assemble
at 8 a.m.. the followir.-j day, at
Babi Yar.
The posters ordered all Jews to
bring documents, money, valuables
jnd warm clothing. The Germans
.Yarned on the posters that all
lews tailing to comply with the
uder would be shot. Many of the
lews, arsording to Mr Kuznetsov,
bought they were to be evacuated
I i ie awaj from the war front.
Kuzn ->'. t 11 d how he
. the J< going to the
uvim a! Babi \ ar the fol owing
It the i c of the ravine,
i i r in a n i roops
earned by
> i I ... emen,
i Jews -- and
|
w ritcr i mat hineguns
I the Hi.-.' n
ild of a Jewish
rsell bj crawl-
. out ; oni of th< graves at
Hi reror'.ed thai Germans
It "i l krainians
got into the ravine bj
i ; Soviet authorities
ol speaking

ntion
et 1
it at
\ Lakeside
MEMORIAL PARK
AND
GARDEN MAISOIEIM
the Nazis shot -195.000 peaceful
citizens."
Former Prime Minister Khrush-
chev objected strenuously when
the Soviet poet. Yevgeny Yevtu-
shenko, wrote his poem, entitled
"Babi Yar," in which he criticized
the absence of a monument at the
site for the killed Jews.
Subsequently. Yevtushenko had
to alter his poem to satisfy Khrush-
chev's denial that Jews were the
only victims of the massacre.
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Panorama:
By DAVID SCHWARTZ
Our Presidents and Their Meetings With Jews
ANYONE who is native-born has
a right to be President of the
United States. There is no bar by
.reason of race, color or sex. The
President does not have to be a
I college graduate. He can even be
|a school drop-out. He does not
,iave to be able even to read,
.lthough it is preferable that he
,,.____ iZZmZ this ability. The pay of the job
is not bad and the other conditions generally pleas-
ant. One might surmise that many would take the
job. Bui there haven't been many Presidents. There
is one little handicap, it is true. It is necessary to
get forty or fifty million votes.
Who knows thai many people?
As a result, there have been only 35 Presidents.
II is natural therefore that people are vary inter-
ested in those who have held the job and we prize
all anecdotes about them.
Probably Rabbi Gershon Seixas knew President
Washington. There is a legend that he was one of
thirteen clergymen invited to Washington's inaug-
uration, but the first account of a rabbis meeting
a President is that by Rabbi Isaac M, Wise, He leit
an account of his meeting with President Zacharj
As We Were Saying:
By ROBERT E. SEGAL
Birchite Formula
THE JULY-AUGUST issue of "Amer-
ican Opinion." the John Birch Society
gospel tract, has arrived with the dis-
maying news that, whereas in 1958, the
I li.d States was only 2u to 40 percent
under Communist influence and or Com-
munist control, it is now running a red
fever Of 60 lo 80 percent.
So there is little time lefl to save
i 7 comrade-infiltrated old republic. But if
you want to join in Mr Welch's efforts to shore up the
sagging beams, you can send for a set of water glasses
with the Birch Societj agenda items stamped on each
glass in blue.
This means you can be out there in your hammock
under a tree sipping your favorite julep (taking care to
iwaj from watei because il may be fluoridated) and
inspired to curb civil rights, smash pol
. boards, worm your waj into leadership ol the
push that L'N skyscraper into the sea, and ban
to a we<
Whi the Birch i u th
|j for Gi ind Country, we
,,i the ""
but we re struck bj the sharp use ol mi .
. ition by the hawki rs ol hysti ...
ndo. and quarter-truths. You could press a button
he Lei Freedom Ring booth and immediatelj
rmed bj a thai would prefer to remain anony-
mous that the good ladies <>t the League ol Women Voters
are busy trading with the enemj and scrapping our Con-
stitution for a Communist-dominated world government,
"while their sons and husbands are dying in Viet Nam."
You could sit in a darkened room and learn how to
teach political science to a high school closs by means
of slick film slides painfully over-simplifying the threat
of domestic Communism while conveniently forgetting
about another tyrannical evil. Fascism. You could carry
off a handsomely-printed, georgeously-colored pamphlet
urging you to be loyal "to Jesus Christ Saviour, Founder
of America" embracing this sweet ecumenical message:
"It was Satan who crucified Christ, using the Jewish,
blood-thirsty Rabbi's (sic) of the synagogues and the
Jewish intellectuals, lawyers, rulers and the Pharisees of
'he infamous Sanhedrim" (There was no charge for the
apostrophe in "rabbi's."i
You could learn how to start a twig or branch of
the Patriotic Women's Clubs of America and thus choke
off the subversive gallop of Life, Time, and Look. Or for
something to keep you busy on rainy nights, you could
become a Friend ol Rhodesia and hoist your own Hag
for apartheid.
The folks who run the God, Family and Country Rally
in BostOI each July deny energetically that the show
John Birch Societj festival Hie Dedham matron who
serves as executive secretarj of the summer fiesta made
il ciear at the on set thai God was chairman of the rally."
but she is so busy running the Yahoo circus that it seems
hard to imagine her with any left over time lo put up
jams and jellies. And yel as the acknowledged leader of
a John Birch Society chapter, this same matron -hellers
in her Dedham home the "Let Freedom Ring" service
which is current!) (eying to undermine the citizerrrj s
confidence in the League ol Women Voters.
Technically, then, the John Birch Society is not listed
as the sponsor of this three-day, midsummer madness.
But Birchers are all over the lot. Bob Welch himself was
in and out of the booths like a full-time shopper and at
the rally's $15-a-plate banquet introduced the guest of
honor, Thomas .1. Anderson, a member of the John Birch
National Council. Former Notre Dame Law School Dean
Clarence Manion. still another member of the Birch
board of elder statemen, was cheered lustily as was every
mention of the name of the Society.
Tavlor after the Mexican war, and the Washington
paper also had a story about this first meeting of
a rabbi with a President.
Sen. Seward, who knew Wise from Albany,
where the latter had been rabbi, took Rabbj Wise
to the White House. Getting to see the President
Off the Record:
By NATHAN ZIPR1N
On Wanting To
Go Home Again
TIME, IT SEEMS, obliterates ev-
erything except memories of
old conclaves. Of all nostalgic
moments, yearning for place of
birth, for soil Of early roots, is
the strongest
My early roots go back to a
i Ukrainian shtetl thai has been
idHaaHHwi obliterated by the Hitlerite hordes
and whose dwellers were carried off to death and
torture by the twentieth century barbarians Yet
its remembrance is with me still as in a dream.
More real is the remembrance ol the plaining
of new roots in the asphalts ol the Jewish ghetto
that was New York's Lower East Side a decade
alter the turn of this century.
The Jewish ghetto of mj youth is no more, hav-
ing given way to new tongues and what lo us at the
time were forbidden houses of worship, yel it has
not relinquished its hold on me. Often l find myself
walking on familiar streets with unfamiliar fao -
One of my tondest recollections is of a visil to
a synagogue thai brought a torrent of reprobation
from my father. At the time the rabbinate was still
my great dream and m\ father could not fathom
how his bchor, his first-born son, could permit him-
self to enter a Reform synagogue where men sal
together with women and prayed without hats to
the tune of organ music and beardless cantors
The Reform movement at the time was anath-
ema to the mass (il Jews in the colorful area that
was the bean ol Jewish living in America then, and
the word "yahudim" in those days would conjure
up a picture of wealth, power, affluence, frosti
path that I to I ien
irs, if noi directl.\ to church Our parents w
no more co hildreti man-) in a R orm
Jew -- than a sheigt'. or... h ksa V\
,i.i.l il hai i '
the) would -p. si
[n fact, I recall a when he abandoned yeshiva's court tor Reform
lures in Cincinnati
Onl) two men from the other i imp" seemed
to have an open door to our paradise J icob Schiff
and Stephen Wise Schiff apparentl) because ol his
philanthrop) and immeasurable humanity, and W ise
because oi his identification with the Jewish masses
on the level of their daily problems.
Bold ami imaginative, Wise at the time invaded
the East Side with his Free Synagogue, a move we
viewed with as much contempt as suspicion. Such
was our attitude toward those Reform interlopers
whose purpose, we imagined, was to snare Jewish
souls that we would even avoid passing their
synagogue, which was located in a red brick house
on Clinton Street adjacent to the then famous Clin-
ton Hall a site for Jewish weddings, festive
gatherings and labor meetings.
apparently was much simpler in those days. The two
walked into the White House. There was an > i
Negro standing around. Rabbi Wise and Seward
asked him where the President was. The colored
fellow pointed to a room. Seward rapped on the
door. They heard a voice calling "Come in."
They entered. President Taylor was sitting near
the fireplace with his back to the door.
"It's cold this morning," he said.
Seward introduced Rabbi Wise.
"1 suppose you have never seen a Presi
before, and that is why you have come."
"No." replied Wise. "I met your prcdece-
President Polk. 1 came to see the hero of Bu .
Vista."
"Your friend is very- polite," said Presi
Taylor to Seward.
"I dare say," said Wise, "that you, Mr. P
[dent, have never seen one of my vocation .,
rabbi before."
Old "Rough and Ready" aggreed that this )
his first encounter with a rabbi.
Simon Wolf, of Washington, knew every P -
Ident from Lincoln to Theodore Roosevelt He
the bead oi a Washington dramatic society \,
Lincoln came to Washington, and Wolf went ci
to the White House to ask Lincoln to honor t
with his attendance Lincoln SUggestd thai he 1
self might play the role of the grave digge
Macbeth. for am I not," he asked, a mif
infinite jest, too.'"
Today's Thought:
By DR. SAMUEL SILVER
O t .->, '. i
A Saint Passes
YOU AND I are the benclici...
' the exertions of oodles (>i
whom we scarcely know As Je
have been greatly enriched by a h
spiritual warriors, some of whose
we know well and some not 50
The Jewish community ofte
to express its appreciation to thos
serve it True, we do confer mat
.,, ntiy those who work the hardest /
are virtually ignored.
These Ihou bis came to me when I was jol-
the headlit m ouncing thai Rabbi l ee Les ir <
Rabbi Lee Levinger He nt, a scho
reat interpreter ol
... el and il.-!. :
I| ee 1 an Vrm) iI
, s. He was r: I a I ....
i d ol I
i hospital chaplain at Los Altos. Calif
oi a hi i Jewi h chai i, auth >i
one volumi lews ol the t .'ed Si
Rabbi Lee Li iger He was the husband and
collabora thai remarkable lad) who wrol
textl.....ks : ir religious schools than any oilier .
Lima Lei \ot only was Mrs. Levinger a cla
name for two generations of our children, she also
some splendid books lor adults. A kind ol a
Sinclair Lewi-, she was witty, satirical and oh-SO-de >ted
to Jewish values. She died some years ago. also ll
honored.
Rabbi Lea I-evinger. Many years ago his son. Sam.
asked his parents' permission to go to Spain to fight
against Franco. The I-evingers thought about it and -aid.
"Sam, you have our consent, but not our approval Sam
died there defending democracy. His son Jo.seph and his
daughter. l.eah. have excelled in their respective careers.
Rabbi Lee Levinger. Gentle, lovable, cerebral, and
noble. ^
Overseas Newsletter: By EUAHU SALPETER
The Pussy Cat is Much too Smug
Jerusalem
1HE COMPARISON was unavoid
' able And. indeed, most Israeli
commentators and cartoonists
Stressed the similarity or the
would be similarity between the
mi u- measures of British
Premier Wilson and the economic
plan presented Israel by Finance
Minister Pinhas Sapir. One typical cartoon showed
a circus ring where hebraided lion tamer Wilson
urges a huge lion to swallow a bone marked Aus-
Ity," while in the oilier corner tamers Eshkol and
Sapir consult on how to get a roast chicken to be
swallowed h^ a smug-looking pussycat representing
the Israel economy. And one ol Israel's top economic
writers headlined his article, "The Kconomic Plan
of Pinhas Wilson."
The original economic plan, implicit in the
li6fi 67 Budget adopted a few months ago. started
with some reasonable assumptions: Israel's economy
was booming thanks to high government cxpciv
lures financed in considerable pait from lorn
sources ana thanks to high private eonsumpl
generate government spending and by Gent
restitution money. With high wages and high pric-
Israel commodities were not competitive on in
national markets where the key to economic ind
pendence lies The matter was now acquiring p
urgenc) because foreign resources were dwindl.
and Israel- efforts to achieve some association wil
the Fun.p. ,.n Common Market will force her
compete i a more even footing with Ion
producers
To improve the health of the economy, the
eminent cut public expenditures.Theoretically,
should create a small reserve of unemployed, tl -
help keep wages down, force higher productivity and v*
thereby make Israel goods cheaper and better, v I
also force their producers to seek more intensh I
foreign markets to replace the somewhat diminished
domestic demand.



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Miami. Florida, September 2, 1966
Section 3 *
FROM FOREIGN RELATIONS COMMITTEE
Hadassah Seeks Special Grant
Mell, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Labe Mell, of 9301 SVV
60th Miami plants a tree in Sanhedria, the Jewish Na-
ind Tree Planting Center outside oi Jerusalem. Vallie.
i of the National Bar Mitzvah Club, is spending the
: .u Israel with the first group to participate in the
rograin. The club enables boys and girls who join at
a seven-week visit to Israel when they are 16
of age.
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WASHINGTON (JTA> US.
Government sources said recent-
ly that the Hadassah organiza-
tion was offered a United States
loan to finance its operations in
Israel, but the offer was rejected
and a grant requested that could
not be approved because the state
Department no longer regards Is-
rael as an underdeveloped nation.
This was made known by offi-
cials it was revealed by the
House Committee on Foreign At
faris that Mrs Mortimer Jacob-
son, Hadassah president, testi-
fied before (ongress here on
the rejection by the State Depart-
ment iif Hadassah's application for
.-; ooo 000 in Israel pounds from
available counterpart funds Mrs.
Jacobson asked Congress to
amend the Foreign Assistance Bill
to Include the Hadassah item.
Hadassah bad asked ti> be in-
cluded under Section 214 of the
bill, a provision that made .nail-
able massive aid to comparable
institutions in Arab states Al-
though over S33.000.000 bad been
granted to the American Univer-
sitj of Beirut since 1959, the state
Department decided to reject the
Hadassah request for $1,000,000
in Israeli pounds, Stall' Depart-
ment sources said that the Israeli
economy has now progressed to
the point u here the Israeli pound
is regarded as virtually bard cur-
rency."
A spokesman for the U.S Agen
cy for international Development
said that AID administrator David
Bell wrote Mrs Jacobson some
time ago proposing a loan instead
of a grant to meet Hadassah needs
in Israel AID said Mr. Bell felt
that Hadassah had a remarkable
financial record and had c\
reason to be loaned the sum from.
avallabli Israel pounds.
The All" determination wa)
based on what was said to b< i
Congressional desire that in -
cases loans be given instead of out
right grants, it was pointed
that Israel is regarded as a viable
nation and greater and more press
iny needs exist elsewhere.
(ill i c I a i s meanwhile made
known that Hadassah was
year given 1 1,000.000 under -
tion 203 "I Public Law 480 as j
red \ oluntan agencj
This sum helped in distribut I
i>; food and in establishing air i
ditioned facilities for dining
Hadassah Hospital It was r.
Continued on Page 2-B
bv ISABEL GRCVE
.. tour of East European
countries for a special Congress
mission of Jewish life, Mrs
Brenner Meyers, a mem-
Ihe Dade county Hoard of
Education, and spouse, Ben. ar
in Budapest on a holiday
i onstitution Day in Hungary
: throughout "this most
ful City" With red, white
(.11 flags of the country
Additional information, "con-
trarj to song and story, the Blue
Danubi is not blue" .
Vnother couple steeping them-
in historical lore. Anne
ami Philip Rosenberg are "in-
by the ancient city of
la in Spain.

Larrie and Arlene Blasberg
their two boys. Michael and
entel tamed recently at din-
bj her brother. Kenneth
wife Penney and their two
The B's, accompanied by his
r, I.ill Blasberu. just back
a trip north where they
. off in Gotham Town toi
>ome Broadway shows,
n continued on to I'tica
tti nd the wedding of his
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New rd-h.....' In <" n **' >s
Kiinmie Joy Zeltzer, born July
8. center of attraction on Sunday
afternoon. Aug 14. when her par
ents. .terry and llclcne Zeltzer,
entertained in her honor at their
home. 2950 Pine Tree Dr. .
Among guests were grandpar-
ents, Mr. and Mrs George Lebo-
WltZ and Mrs Esther Zeltzer.
aunt and uncle. Mr and Mrs
Walter U'bowitz Also Mrs.
Louis Belter, Dr. and Mrs. Paul
Glassman, Michael Sossin, Judges
lack Kalk and Byrd V. Duke with
their wives. Councilman and Mrs
Joe Malek. State Representative
Harold Keatherstone Mr. and
Mrs Norman Cimcnt.
Dr. Jack Davis and his Nancy
temporarily away from their
South Miami home while he
serves in the Army Medical
Corps, returned last weekend for
the wedding of Denise Barbara.
daughter of the Seymour Weisses,
to Stuart LabOVitZ. Of Baltimore
The entire Haw- family were
"members of the wedding."
Nancy as matron of honor, .lack
as usher, daughters Pamela and
kirn, flower girls While here,
thej wi re nous* guests of Coral
Gables' Edward M Strawgates
. Following their Vug 28 "lip-
Hals at the Doral CC, the bud.
Continued on Page 10-B
At Beit Hanasi, the President's House in Jerusalem, delegation
of Junior Hadassah presents Mrs. Rachel Shazar, wife of the
President of Israel, with a scroll commemorating a scholar-
ship fund a. Sheieya Agricultural High School in Mrs -Shazar s
"ame. Shown is Cherry 1 Z.gler (second from right), c 980
NE 169th St., No. Miami Beach, senior instructor of he Ju.no
Hadassah tour, participating in the ceremony with Mrs. bhazar
(right) and SherVv Gelman and Rhonda Seligmann. of New
York.
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Friday, September 2.19&
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ADDED ADVANTAGE OF FEW CALORIES
Fish Dish: Summer Change
By ROSALIND S. ZUNSER
In the summertime fish is often
welcome chance from meal or
poultry. It has the added advantage
.I" being low in calories. Though
our grandmothers did not go in for
dieting they still favored fish for
Other reasons, and baked l:rh with
vegetables should appeal to the
a eight conscious.
A uood and tasty dessert, such
.:- varenikes with fruit, will top a
ast) and satisfying milchig repast.
Baked Fish and Vegetables
3 lbs. whitefish or pike, sliced into
serving pieces
3 teaspoons salt
1 4 teaspoon pepper
1 4 tea.-poon paprika
1 cup mushrooms quartered
(optional'
2 onions sliced thin
1 2 cup diced celery
1 green pepper, sliced thin
2 tomatoes halved
1 2 cup green beans sliced in
1 2-inch pieces
j carrots dice
3 potatoes peeled and quarter* i
i 4 lb. butter >r margarine or
l 4-cup oil
1 clove garlic minced)
Pre! 42.> degrees. Put
.ii pan and melt butter or heat oil,
.idd fish sprinkled with 2 teaspoons
salt, pepper and paprika, add all
egetables, sprinkled with l tea-
spoon salt, cover and reduce heal
to 350 degi d bake, basti
iccasionally. R en iver last 15
minutes Should be n adj in aboul
40 minutes
Varenikes
i igh
2 ..
2 tal ati
I 2 teaspo
lour
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add eggs, water i
i, watt alt wrtl
until smooth and elastic. Roll and
stretch the doimh as thin as pos-
sible. Keep turning dough so that
it will be rolled evenly (about 1 8
inch). Let dry a little but don't let
it get too dry'- Cut into 3 inch
squares, place a tablespoon of
cooled filling on each, fold over
and pinch edges together with a
little water. Drop filled varenikes
into rapidly boiling, slightly salted
water and turn heat to a moderate
boil. The varenikes should rise to
the top when done and should be
drained and placed in a buttered
baking dish. Drizzle melted butter
over them and bake about 15 min-
utes at 350 degrees until li
browned. Serve with sour cream.
Fillings:
Sour Red Cherries or Blueberries
3 cups berries
3 4 cup sugar
for HOLIDAY
^and Everyday
The Perfect Salt
for Koshering
all your meat and fowl
Beth Solomon
Cites 3 Students
During the month of August, S
course in daily prayer- and can::!
lai of the prophets was given
at Bc'h Solomon Congregation, for-
merly Flagler-Granada Jewish
Center.
Scotl Demsky. fifth grade He-
brew School student, excelle I
will be honored at Saturday morn-
h g rvices with the Maftir All-
tnd will give a rendition of
the Haftorah, Isaiah Ch. 60.
Ranking second was Kenny Go-
len, who sang the Kiddush prayer
at Friday evening service- on
Aug. 2ii. Me will be honored at
the High Holy Day Junior C
gat ion sen Ices vv lib the
Aliyah on the first dav (>i R -;
Hashona. and will render the Haf-
torah Samuel I, Ch. l.
Placing third was Rii'. ird Ed-
n<-. who > g the
Kiddush prayer at 1 .
tie will be honored at the Yoin.
.v ppnr rvices : the Juni ir Con-
negation Ith I Uiyah,
and will render the Hafl
Ch 57
I wi IB
fee Maftir Aliyah -econd
31 ren
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Diaodoil Crjsul Sail Compuf
Hadcssah Seeks
Special Grant
Continued from Page 1-B
-
under Section
203
v It Ha
i appeal to
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. sidera
Bxecul D
menl K. I nard Parbstein, a
House Foreign Af-
said he thought
that H -hould be included
fci i [rant ti requested, under
Si >n 214
He said that a strong fight would
ade "to assist the eminently
worthy efforts of Hadassah" by
in oi suitable amendment
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l teaspoon lemon juice
. in coi nstarch
l tablespoon cold water
Stew fruit with sugar and lemon
juice Combine cold water and
cornstarch, add to fruit and cook
altogether over low heat about 10
minutes, stirring frequently. Drain
reserving syrup. May serve wit
-our cream or syrup or both.
Cheese Filling
1 lb dry pot cheese
2 tablespoons melted buttel
2 eggs
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Alter filling and boi I as ab v<
directed, bake in >le or
baking dish which !
ed, dribble 3 tables
butter on top and i a 330
degree oven 20 i lin i! r until
brown.
Variation: Add Crush-
ed pineapple and 2 teas
U) cheese fillu
Variation: Add 12 mashed
potatoes, fried and Pep-
per to taste ta eacl of dry
pot cheese
Chopped Me** (boiled : Add 1
iwned on pepper
to < acb c ip boiled cl
meat, salt taste
g pan in w hich
browned and di
vareni
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Rabb: Mayer Abramowitz, spiritual leader of Temple Men-
orch. spent a week at the Leadership Training Institute ii
Hendersonville, N.C. Rear row (left to right' are Diane GUck
mat : Sussman, Sharon Steckler and Rabbi Abramo
witz. Front row are Susan Stein, Janet Kratze: d Mark
Shickma They ire shown discussinq the institute and how
tc Is in the Temple Menorah USV p.-ocrar.;
Labor Day Sst At King's Bay
ties ( Fashioned \
h..- ned for t! labor I Down Party, schedu iforSunfcj
i ... .. ... hi nighl al | : side
For the sports-n led. a c*>
lav plete calendai
holidav I Old pi r all
Mrs. Friedman
doesn't like
our new label.
We hive had very nice comments
ut the new picture label of Heinz
Vegetarian Beans. Mrs. Friedman,
however, disagrees! Emphatically!
Mrs. Friedman does not like modern
design; she a Uects antiques. She finds
great beauty in old-fashioned objects
iiuludingoid-fashioncdlabels.Well,
"vv hat can we do to make this
good lady happy?Only this:-
w e assure her-and everybody
elsethat there has beta no
change whatsoever in the prod ict it-
self. Heinz Vegetarian Beat **
the old-fashioned goodness d it Mrs.
Friedman loves. The recipe 13 I Mlt
has been for) ear> and years. Ah
Positively! And the 0 approval seal*
in its customary spot-up front! Because
so man v people happen to like mod-
ern design, Mrs. 1 \.\. ~ old
friend now comes to J Ln*
new dress. But it's Stall yOU*
old friend accent on "old".
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Friday, September 2. 1966
vJewisti ftcridtain
Page 3-B
V/
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Academy Women Installation Due;
Mrs. Rosner Will Take Over as Prexy
Installation of new officers will
take place at the opening meeting j
of the Hebrew Academy Women
Oil Thursday, Sept. 8. at the Dean-
villa Hotel. At this occasion, Mrs.
If, H. Rosenhouse, outgoing pres
dent, will hand over the gavel to
Mrs, Sam Rosner.
Mrs. Rosner. prior to becoming
iresident of the Women's group,
served as PTA president of the
school for two years. She has ac
ively participated in the Acad-
emy's major projects.
To culminate her term as pros
dent. Mrs. Rosenhouse will offei
,i report of the organization's pro
ress during the past year,
Mrs, Harry Kaplan, installation
liainnan. has announced that the
remony, conducted by Rabbi Al-
exander S, Gross, principal of the
Vcademy, will be the highlight
of the afternoon.
To be installed are:
\1. xI.imi, .~ S.tnuhl lt I'd Itiwen, mirman ul I In
i I mi Id S Vnitmn. si.i' Hi )<
is, Jiwt-ph Shapiro, honorary lif.
III-. M II. ItOHFtlllOIIKV, I.....-
|,i, -i,l. ill. Sjiinn. I It, inliiinl.
I \ : : .l.-nl .1. ,Hf||h
: Itm-koYitky, h.nii.rai.N llfi |i-i-iikui-i-;
.1 xil. i. Mai i he >; l !(tliiK< i.
l .i. mil n, .1 -l :- i;. >s. n.'. i-
s I,,,hi-- s,hw..ii/. ,|,,,i, Simon,
; -|.|i lit*
Abraham si, |>|
I', i : Rone i:,,-, nil,,us,-, rinanelnl sec.
lrj Jaeoli I> K,,,z. r,...,.r,|i|_ .
<, Mry; Ham Khaplro, -.. i:ii Hroreiar>
uc Hermon, i-halrman, .....-mm......i-
Ing i"Tivi.in i v,,i BrandvM, .\l i ixh, i
if. co-chairmen, rorrespundlnN n-
' ''' I' Moi n~ I lulili i :. Ifphom
jM-mtary; Saul ll. [iri-< h. r, glairnr;
Marry Kaplan, liarllanii-iitarian
i:,..,i,l ,,i" ,in-,., ...r- in, Mi-Hilam-K \
Varon, Marry Allw-hulcr, Hi-iiuiril
!>*, I'Mini Hear, Jack Ui-ra<-i
A\ i Rci -, r, \i iInn A. Ih>i Riiian. A.....
lii-rkowltx, Murraj llt-rknwlti, Sue
H< rkow .iz. s.,,ii, I: i. -1. i. .i..,..>,,.. Men-
ni.l.l. Mori i- 111, ii.in, 1,1. II. I || ,,
It. A.lolph llhink, L'harh-M lloKin
i.-,in.- .\. Biinlm, Jonah i:. Caplaii, i:,i
"ill I'll i :. I'llli.nl. l..,ni- i-
mi ul. Albert i'.Ii, ii. ,l.,s..i,h <\.|i. i,
I '"ii- ii. I -- hi ii. Jin k l i.n la, Mllilti ,i 11, ,n i
MeHiliunex .Mill,,n KhrenreU-h, Her-
man K i Mai ICnalander, .-
l-".ui,- i. In di>n I' ii- "Hi.in i 'hai i.-
l-'i uclu in.in. .1 rk i miii, Hi in v ,:.
.v ii/.. Hetij I, iSIiisIkh, M.mh i i Sold
i Iiik. w llllam i ; ,i-i, in. -;. .....in n
- i -. Hi Iir> I ii.....Ian. Jiwellh I I'll
ii.in. iNuiald ka-. 11 ynian Kolkn
I lelljll ii.in K','1 in, I, h, I alRl lie I ..i I.-. -
i llz, Solomon l.aufi r, Adoll I.. |el-
. i. M.'i '-.ii 1.1.....in.hi. Mai x iii Wo-
man, Komv I.oIm I. Norman I.' on,
Mali ., I Main I. Abraham Mu ion, II
Mil n,. Uexii i-i M mi /.
Metulnmi ll, m y I', nehanak} s.
n...... Hun.hi Iteinlui .1. i.. .. Iti in
I, i :ii ItoHi-h, lln l: en Mar-
i i: ni., i-R, Murrnj i: nh
Itai hi l SakoM llz, I la rj Sam u
I.,.1.1 Sandier, Sol S inilli r, li-vlna
Si Id, I, i :.ii-i i, I SlianlxiM, Mu I
Shapiro, .low |.li I.. Sliarpi
.- iK rhi n S in,,ii. l-:.i .ml
Snydi-r, Nathan K S|ieiaelnian, Vhra-
ham Si-,ul,, to, Ji I rj S inain in, Ihi
Telti h. Harold Tok.iyer, I lei. n lileh,
Mm -i- \\. .in an, I'hlllp \\ i-- S.i l\ hi
/., ni.-l. I i .1 '/. -,|iiii.
Bruce Richman, education director, and Rabbi
Eugene Labovitz, spiriiual leader of Temple
Ner Tamid, welcome back lour of eight young-
sters who received scholarships this summer
to Camp Young Judea. Lelt to right are Mitch-
ell Goldman, Judy Prichason, Linda Klein and
Lesley Trager. They are expected to use their
camping experience in a new teacher-in-train-
ing program which will be initiated at Ner
Tamid shortly.
Beth Sholom Gallery Opens
Temple Beth Sholom Art Gal- man of the Temple Art Committee ator of the Joe and Emily Lowe
US Shows Mounting Concern Over
War Cries from the Damascus Militarily
Mrs. .lack M Kmk serves as co Art Gallery, University of Miami.
chairman. and Reyna Youngerman, local
Works to be exhibited "ill be
sculptures by members of the chosen by a committee consisting Gallery is open daily from 9
lery, 4144 Chase Ave., will open
Us new season with a Sept. IS to
Oct. 1 exhibition of paintings and
temple according to an announce
nu-nt by Mrs Judy Drucker, chair
of Nellie Bauer, art critic of the 10 5, and on Saturdays and Sin
Miami Daily News; Boris Paul, cur days, from to 12
WASHINGTON (JTA) Re-
ports nt an announcement in Syria
is week by the Syrian Army Chief
! Staff that Syria had decided to
launch a "war of liberation"
against Israel attracted the notice
ul the State Department which is
increasingly concerned about the
-trident tone of Arab threats.
The dispatches from Damascus
quoted the Syrian Chief of Staff
as saying that his country was
ready to go ahead with "a war of
i Deration to regain Palestine." He
said the recent aerial clash in the
I iIm rias area w as "the fore
ner ol future battles."
He cited the "liberation wars
n Viet Nam and Algeria" as ex-
arrples of "wars of determina-
tion" to be followed bv the Arab
cs against Israel. "America
'o leneel to the gallant Viet-
namese," the Svrian Chief of
Staff said, and indicated that
the time was lioe for "libera-
tion" warfare against Israel
vshile the United States was pre-
occpoied in Viet Nam.
State Department officials said
j were awaiting official reports
ii the admittedly serious threats
by the Syrian chid ol stall Auth-
orities are troubled because United
states Influence in Syria is less
than it is in any other Arab state.
The Syrians are regarded as the
most irresponsible of the Arab
states.
There was thought in some quar-
ters here that Syria would like
to wage a limited war against Is-
rael through guerrilla and under-
ground meansprotected by some
forthcoming Soviet policy declara-
tion against Israeli reprisals. How-
ever, state Department officials
are i autioning Israel not to cite
tiic American military strikes
against North Viet Nam because
he United SI es re ards I he two
- 'iii.Tent.
The United States' position is
that the United Nations Truce
Supervision Organicjatioon exists
on the Syrian-Israel border while
surh UN presence is lacking in
the Vietnanese situation.
Officials here have n
both Israel and Syria to
cooperate with the I N'TSO and
resolve diffi rences through t he
tinted Nations while 11 training
from military action.
NEW
DAIRY MEAL
TREAT!
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CHEF BOY-AR-DEE
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Friday, Sep:-;:r.:?: _
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... ^tcom^ people and places,.*
A BAKERS DOZEN
A good Baken Dozen of hostesses sang a
song, "Hello Minnie." and presented .Minnie Fein-
berg with a stunning peignoir set to wear when
she marries Louis Finkle in the late fall. The
bridal shower luncheon in her honor was in the
home of Mrs. Charles Rosenberg. The hostesses
were Mrs. Aaron Farr, Mrs. William I. Brenner,
Mrs. Irving L. VV'exler, Mrs. Harry Orleans. Mrs.
Milton Margulis, Mrs. Sidney Lewis. Mrs. Philip
I'eaiiman. Mrs. Barnett Freedman. Mrs. Bernard
Able. Mrs. Joseph Duntov. Mrs. Hyman l.ieber
and Mrs. Charles Rosenberg.
All of the decorations were in yellow and
white and very "bridey." The gifts were under
a lacy parasol that Minnie can use as a sunshade
v. hen she takes a walk in Trion. N.C., where she
will live. Among the 70 guests admiring the gifts
and eating the home-made goodie- were members
of the National Council of Jewish Women from
'..!> hack, when Minnie was first executive of
Council 15 years ago. The list included Mesdami -
Kerbi I Sch< i l ie Schwabe, Don \.
Milton Rj E Stone. I thel Levine, Bernard
Hami ie Mi 5 ers Ji
!' ixl... Essii Mi di Ison I inoi
Chai er, Morion Stubbins, Edna Heller,
Gertrude Faber, Lilly Abramson. Milton Cadden,
Annette Donin, Al Berkowitz, Juliet Harti
Burk. Nat Kemper, Rose Gordon. Arthur Gilbert,
and Sherle B. Middleman.
* *
A MODERN GRANDMOTHER
Esther (Mrs, Sidney Schwartz is in Chicago
visiting her daughter and family, the Ronald
Bergers. She look her two eldest grandchildren.
Jan and Louis, to see and hear the Beatles It
was a mosl traumatic experience Even the chil-
dren wen pali with fri hi when the screaming
started Esthi one of thi fire-
men on duly, and they all stuffed it in thi ears
TWENTY-NINE DAYS OF TOGETHERNESS
'.- in< :..; and 8.01 ere a
wonderful vacation for Reva and Irving VV'exli
it was a long motor trip, and everyplace they
ted like tourists, taking guided
- in San Francisco, Disneyli in Hous-
ton, Tex Bi' in Las Vegas, they guided tl
-<'Ives, wh< : acci rdii to Reva, thi cit> n a
.. pleasure to lose money in the gi
casinos
THEY WERE ALL EX-CHICAGOANS
Minettc Wolfe invited a group of friends for
brunch at the Crystal House in honor of Dr,
Joseph Robinson and Mary Morgan, who were
married last week and are now on their honey-
moon. The yellow flowers, tall taper- in crysta
candlesticks, and a bride made the table a beau
tiful sight. Among guests were Evelyn and David
Roth. Lucille and Arnold Seeder, and Nattie and
Al Levine. After brunch, they went upstairs to
Minette's apartment and talked Chicago talk.
*
IN AN INSANE ASYLUM
Well, really, the audience could take being
in a madhouse or not. as the fancy pleased them.
but it was a pretty rugged evening al the Coco-
nut Grove Theater seeing Marat Sade. The nicest
people were there Included in the audience
were Silva Weil with Mr and Mrs Sam Kaplan.
Annette Shapiro with Sandj and Mom- Fried-
land, Myra and Aaron Fair. Sam and Shirley
Kann, Adeline and Sam Levinson, and Milicenl
Tanenbaum Irene and Max <
Europe, where they had arranged to meel part
of thi .. family in ever) counto they visit I
HER JOB FOLLOWED HER
Bai bbj d > 'heir
-or.- : ul and Tim set
First thej wen! to Memphis, Tenn.. where Paul
took tin orientation mum-., for State U
ulu-ie hi bi o ng in the fall Then on thn
the Smo eys to Nashville Since Bobbj is a na-
tional vice president ol Alpha Epsilon Phi soror-
ity, the Memphis girls quickly, arrai i d a sorority
meeting ...- soon as she got there In Atlai
the Browns saw an excellent baseball gam
Dodgers playing the Brave-;
*
MAIDS NIGHT OUT
Mai ilyn Smith pli .
her husband Harrj. 40tl \ She had
planned with his brother San that I should
i | him out till six thirty, when all of thi
company would be assembled she didn't dream
thai Harrj was go ng to have an en em bar
assooatio eel and no) I home until i
'. in full swii when he
then Ai nold ai d Marj Seltzer
brou pi windov sha li with a poi m
I "When You Reach the Shadier Side ol
ii sts w< re R m I Harrj Mai
shall, Hilda and Mann> Zaiac, and Alan
Wilson, Annette and Bennett Lifter, Arlene and
Herbert Krensky, Judy and Tom Gerard, Selma
and Frank Nankin, Ellen ami Bernie Mandeler,
Anita and Henny Weiss, and Dr and Mrs Jerome
A Raim.
Frances Lehman
966
ndian firms Blacklisted
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blacklisted by
tor haVlng busineM
with Israel. It was r. h
Six
by the local new ,

Express." This ,. .
18 blacklisted firms.
gathered for you
Mrs. Ziff Will
Chair Progrcr.*?
by
- Helen :
Soul ''' '
Vimoi Clinii
ha- ap] nted i ha.....n of
Contacl Lens I ingress,
sored u\ the National Eye Ri
search Foundation, which will be
held in Washington. D.C., No\ 6
and T
Mrs Ziff will I < accomi ai i
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ongress on 'Electrophi
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Latin Jews Needy Religiously
GENEVA fJTA) The Jew
ish communities of South and Cen-
tral America "are practically de-
void of rabbinical leadership or of
a dynamic and vibrant synagogue,"
the 250 delegates attending the
biennial convention of the World
Council of Synagogues were told
here recently.
The speaker on this subject, be-
fore the gathering of Conservative
Jewry from 11 countries, was Rab-
bi Marshall Meyer, of Buenos
Aires. As an example of synagogal
"void" in Latin America, he cited
the fact that, of the 350,000 Jews
in Buenos Aires, only 50,000 attend
services during the last High Holy
Days.
To overcome the indifference
toward the synagogue on the
part of Latin American Jewry,
Rabbi Meyer reported, the Con-
servative movement now has 20
young Latin American Jews
studying for the rabbinate. Rab-
bi Meyer said.
In another address, Rabbi Stuart
E. Rosenberg, of Toronto, warned
that "the new entente" between
Judaism and Christianity, result-
ing from the spirit of ecumenicism,
involves "concealed dangers." "To
be effective," he said, "implement-
ation of that spirit must exact from j
both Christians and Jews revalu-
ations of traditional attitudes to-
ward each other. As Christians
seek Christian renewal, so must
Jews seek Jewish renewal."
At the concluding session of the
convention, the delegates adopted
a resolution hailing the founding
of the United Synagogue of Israel
made up of 20 ative con-
lionko

idl.
Other speakers at the conven-
tion included Dr. Louis Finkel-
stein, head of the Jewish Theo-
logical Seminary of America,
who lauded the growth of the
Conservative movement; Rabbi
Raphael Posner, professor in
residence of the American Stu-
dent Center of the Hebrew Uni-
versity in Jerusalem.
The Council presented a special
award in absentia to Mrs. Helen
Suzman, the only woman member
of the South African Parliament
and an ardent foe of that coun-
try's apartheid policy. Mrs. Suz-
man, who is Jewish, could not
come here to receive the award
personally because of her duties
at home. The South African leg-
islator was cited for her "distin-
guished leadership in the battle
to translate the prophetic vision
that 'all men are created equal'
into a living reality"
Eichmcnn Aide on Trial
VIENNA JTA) Franz No .
\ ak .-. foi mi r Nazi Ss captan will
be tried here nexl
mplicity in tin m
rj< r of 400,000 Jew-, mi n, wot
and World Wai
!! :!i was arrested in January.
1961. Novak, a 53-year-old ac-
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t'Jenist' flnrid/tor
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I,
Arabs See Absurdity of War
Karen Zinner (center) and Irene Block are top award-winners
at the annual teen volunteers' luncheon for their volunteer
service at Cedars of Lebanon Hospital. Karen worked 336
hours and Irne, 265, tor which thev cue shown ifcsivina
Certificates of Appreciation and Cedars "Exceptional Awards"
from Assistant Administrator Raymond Grossman.
Teen Volunteers Cited by Cedars
Hi scl n-agi
hours to I
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was by Mrs Do
Zinni pi of Cedars V.
en i xil
girls received
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Mian earned the American Hos-
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al A rds" their top totals of
316 and 2 I respectively.
Special s pins ent to Nail}
ah Farr, Isabel Pa-
th i, le Suddarth. Lane
Wise and Di bb W Insti in
lai s teen volunteers help the
hos| tal staff by distributing mail,
Mn- library. X Hay Lab-
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desk and >; 'rating the gift cart
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JERUSALEM fJTA) Prime,
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week that more and more Arab
countries are realizing that war is!
no solution for the Palestine con-
flict, and that there are "increas-
ing cracks in the walls of Arab
hostility" toward Israel.
Addressing a press luncheon
here, he said that peace in this
region can be achieved only
through direct Arab-Israel negoti-
ations "in a spirit of mutual re-
spec' for each other's existence and
rights.'
Such negotiations, he declared,
carried out in full recognition of
the basis of existence of each
of the states involved, could lead
to peace, disarmament and mu-
tual cooperation.
The Prime Minister criticized
Egypt's President .Nasser for want-
ing to discuss the problem of nu-
clear arms in the Middle East,
which Mr. Eshkol termed "non-
existent," while persistently avoid-
ing "discussion of the real burning
issue, namely disarmament in the
i : of conventional apons."
In reply to a question, Mi
kol said that the recent rapproche-
ment between the So' iel I ninn and
Syria has nol worsened Moscow's
lations with Israel. "Many coun-
trie h( stated, lod re-
both with the Arab- and
Israel, and one does not exclude
the other" As for Israels reprisal
aii raid against Syria this month,
Mr. Eshkol said that Moscow s Am-
bd ador to Israel has known for
six months about "the provocations
which we endured patiently."
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request associate membership in
the European Common Market.
"That." he said, "would be the
best solution for securing our basic
economic interests."
Regarding internal affairs, the
Premier stressed the necessity
for implementing an economic
program calling for austerity and
a wage freeze which are needed
to make Israeli products more
competitive in the world mar-
kets.
He said that deferment of the
payment of cost-of-living allow
ances and price stability are need
ed for the same reasons.
Mr. Eshkol reiterated the Gov
ernment's intentions to reduc-*
manpower, thus cutting the budget
and reducing expenditures. He ap
pealed to all Israeli enterprises to
follow the Government's initiative:*
and to achieve greater efficiency
at lower costs
Orthodox Synagogue Near Capital
Hit by Vandals in Four Raids
WASHINGTON (JTA) An
Orthodox synagogue on the edge
of the District of Columbia has
been vandalized so badly and
desecrated so many times that
'he situation "calls for something
more than ordinary policing." the
Jewish Week. Washington's news
paper, reported
The house of worship is the
Young Israel Shomrai Emunah
gue, in HVattsviNe. just
- from the boundary ol the
District of Columbia
The Jewish Week quoted the
synagogue's spiritual leader.
Rabbi Gedalish Anemer. as re-
porting that in four raids with-
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S"nashed 40 windows some de-
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('..-ceased members tore up Holy
deceased rr embers, tore up
Holv Scrolls spilled wine on
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David decoration separating
the men's section from th-
women's section, defaced walls,
and burst open locked doors.
Rabbi Anemer said there i
been previous attacks agaii st I
synagogue, dui ing pra) er -
ices, but that he had refr i
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Friday. September 2,
WITH OPENING OF SCHOOL AT HAND
Operation Safe Walk Launching
When school starts Sept 6, man} ol the
_' 000 rirst graders going to school foi the first
i Dadi I aunty will have somebod) lead-
ii g them around bj the hand
Operation Sale Walk enters its third year
county-wide this fall under sponsorship of the
Dade Count) Parent-Teacher Association, the
Dadc Count) Citizens Safet) Council and the
Dairj Council oi South Florida
Parents are urged to take their small fry,
who will be walking to school or the bus slop.
b) the hand, and point out to them the safest
routes and possible dangers those first fe days
ol school. Calling attention to the project, those
escorting their children will carr) open um-
brellas.
To draw fuller attention lii Sale Walk,
Parent-1eacuer associations on Sunday, Sept. 4.
will set up hospitality centers on the school
grounds to greet parents and children who Sale
Walk thai afternoon.
HIS MIND WAS IN RAPPORT WITH THE BIBLE
Britain 9s LaFayette Wingate
By DAVID SCHWARTZ
Like LaFayette came to the
.', :: nan-. SO he came In the early
-nl t> of Eretz Israel to organ-
n- Haganah.
But LaFayette didn't climb over
; fence
ii was the time of the Aral) riots
Suddenly, this stranger appeared
..; the Kibbutz
A woman with a gun called to
him to halt. "How did you get
here '" she demanded.
I climbed over the fence." he
i plied.
Well." said the woman sentry,
"you climb back again or I shall
Ik forced to shoot you
Good Jewish Soldiers
was a soldier, al
time he wore no Wingate's stay there, met him and
once asked how he became so pro-
Jewish.
I am British." he replied -What
The stranger
al the
rm l!i was General Orde
;ati thi British mili-
me. a man
i" ork for
foi a

I
in about the
I
'
ol the Kibbutz
' ark v. :'.!i him to militar-
< iuarters "I want you to make
. I like this for the British sol
He asked David Ha-Kohen; Have
you read the Koran'1'
Ha-Kohen replied that he read
pt I
"Well, 1 ha\e read it all," said
i-.ale. and let me tell you that
the only parts in it which come
liv< are those filched from the
Ii
Friends of the Arabs
The Jewish settlers in Palestine
in' beginning couldn't believe
was for real. Why should the
lop British general take up the
udgels for them'' The British al
moat unanimously leaned to the
\rah side and it was understand-
'do The .Middle East was a teem-
i lean of million- of Arabs and
'he imperialistic British had a
roper respect for numbers. Be-
sides the Arabs were more docile.
11 is not easy for imperialistic
"i r to rule oxer Jews It is hard
enough for a Jew As Weizmann
complained to President Truman.
' I have a harder job than you. I
in a President of a nation of
Presidents."
Whence did Wingate derive his
in Jewish convictions'* Once he
ttrtbuted it to the fact that as a
he said, he had been pushed
iron id and had developed a nat-
Beth Tov Registration
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St., is now registering children
ior Hebrew and Sunday School.
Spiritual leader. Rabbi Simon
Ipffl, said registration is Sunday
morning, 9 a.m. to 1 p.m.
ural sympathy for the underdog
But there were oilier reasons.
He had in his youth a strong "in-
jection" of the Bible and the Jews
and Zion were in that volume
rather closely linked
He knew his Bible thoroughly.
Once when walking along the high-
ways of the Negev, he exclaimed
"No wonder. He made a great mis-
take
"Whom arc you talking about?"
asked Ins Jewish companion.
"King Saul." he replied. "He
should have brought up his forces
to the opposite hill and he would
not have suffered his defeat."
His mind was rehearsing a story
of the Bible about a defeat suf-
fered by the ancient Kins of Israel.
Morris Margulies, former secre-
tary of the Zionist Organization,
visiting Palestine at the time of
does that mean in Hebrew ""
"Well, 1 don't know. replied
Margulies
"What doe- Unth mean''
"Covenant." said Margulies
"And Ish means man. So the
Britisher is a Son of the Covenant."
Wingate fell in line thus with
the British cult who profess that
they are the lost ten tribes of
Israel.
Killed in Burma
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could scarcely have accounted for
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embraced after he had already
taken his stand.
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Burma in the Second World War.
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have been a man of destiny "
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Friday, September 2, 1966
t kwist fkriddirun
THE MORE JEWISH HE IS-THE MORE UNIVERSAL
Page 7-B
Irrepressible Sholem Aleichem's Writing
i )
By S. J. GOLDSMITH
CHOLEM Aleichem died in New
* York some 50 years ago, on
May 13. 1916. He was born in the
Ukraine in a town called
I'erioslav on March 2. 185!)
With Mendele and Peretz he com-
prises the trio of our literary yi
ants, and he is the only pure hu-
morist among them.
Humorists are very rare in lit-
erature: great humorists are born
very rarely. The great humorists
,ii world Ittrrature are a handful.
Gogol, Mark Twain. Jerome K.
Jerome and our own Sholem Alei-
chem; perhaps one or two more,
but not many more from the
very beginning of creative writ-
ing until the present day.
Humor is the contemplation of
the irregular, the incongruous
and the bizarre in human na-
ture and human beha\ior. But for
humor to be pure, unadulterated,
this contemplation must be a
kindly one. without malice or
cantankery. There is no apparent
indignation in pure humor Satire
is a different phenomenon, of
course
Gift of Laughter
All this does not mean that
pure humorists are uncommitted
and don't care. They care very
much and are deeply committed,
but their way is not the way of
protest; it is the way of shaking
the head at the stupidity, inepti-
tude and sheer idiocy of human
behavior They have the great
gift of laughter and they are ca-
pable of making us laugh, too.
thus affording us release and giv-
ing us strength to endure the
sorld as it is. They prevent us
from succumbing to the calami-
ties that life has in store for us
all. Very often, genuine humorists
make us cry as well as laugh
laughter and tears are allies At
all times the] give US sheer joy.
Sholem Aleichem is not a
Jewish humorist; he is a univer-
sal one Of course, his characters
are Jewish; his hack [round is
the Pale ol & ttlement and other
areas of Jewish life in Russia;
his roots go back to the very
d e pi h of our religious, ethical
and linguistic traditions; and his
pen nan e is a gem ol Jev ish lore.
He was probabl) the greatest stu-
dent of Jewish character of all
time, Yel it remains true that he
is a universal humorist and not
a Jewish one And this is not only
because, like all great writers. In-
carried the burdens of humanity
SHOUM ALCICHIM
contemplation of irregular
Y. I. PIKtTZ
part of a trio
as a whole on his shoulders, but
also because his characters are
universal, even though among
non-Jews they are found in dif-
ferent guises.
Menachem Mendl may h a v e
operated in Yehupetz The I on-
don Stock Exchange and Wall
. have been deprived of
his services And to him these
places maj have been a dream-
land of brokers, But you meet
Menachem Mendls in both these
places and thej talk and
act like him, basically, only they
had more luck from the very be-
ginning and a better start in life
In Mot I Peissi the Cantoi -
Boj (Mot! Peissi dem Chazensi
you have the condition of being
an orphan, the urge to make
good, the dire need for the pro
verbial three square meals, and
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requested two years ago by offi-
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The extradition request was
granted several months ago but
action was postponed while Bohne
asked for a reversal from the Ap-
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the initial extradition ruling.
Bohne then took his case to tin-
Supreme Court which, in confirm
ing the extradition order, called his
Nazi career activities "grave and
hateful'- and not subject to politi-
cal asylum. _
Bohne was a member of a Nazi
team responsible for the planning
nd implementation of Hitler's
euthanasia program for killing
Germans considered unfit to live.
He was also involved in creating
and camouflaging Nazi death
camp- and in selection of execu-
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the melancholy adventure of be-
Ing an emigrant and an immi-
grant. These are not exclusive-
ly lew ish trails and attributes.
Perhaps Jews tended to migrate
more than others; the situation
a- u whole is a human one.
Jew of Jews
levye the Milkman is a Jew of
lews in character and behavior,
but his problems are not Jewish
In particular. Any father could
have them from King Lear to
my next door neighbor. Any.
body's daughter could fall in love
with a Communist in trouble with
the authorities. One hears about
such things from all over the
place. And anybody's daughter
could marry a widower twice her
age. We read about such things
in the papers almost every day.
Perhaps the most "with It" of
all Sholem Aleichem's characters
ni Shimele Soroker, the new-rich
who comes into the monev. His
entertaining is but a more'hilari-
ous version of an evening in the
home of George F. Babbit. It
must, however, be said in favor
of Shemele that he docs not
drink. "Have a lemonade' have
some more lemonade" he cries
to his guests.
Indeed, (he more Jewish Sho-
lem Aleichem is, tin- more uni-
versal he is. It was he who taught
us thai the only way to stop be-
in- a Jew is to be a good Jew
Sholem Aleichem's humanity
sometimes came to the lore in
conversation, and his protest was
then direct. He once notice! a
N'egro child in a New York slum,
who looked deprived and under
nourished, and remarked: "We
are not the only ones in exile.''
He Poked Fun
He loved his fellow human be-
ings and understood then predi-
caments. This is why he could
poke fun at them without hurt-
ing; and this is why they respond-
ed by loving him. He was the
idol Ol the ordinary folk. This did
not bring material comfort, con-
dition- having been what they
were at the time
Sholem Aleichem also loved
animals. This is something differ-
ent from keeping pets and being
devoted to them. Addiction to
pels can, and often is. the prop-
erty of mean people, but only the
good love all God"s creatures. He
wrote one of the great animal
stories in our literature.
His love of peace found expi c -
sion in a little-known story. "The
Thirteen United States," which
is truly prophetic, as if he had at-
tended an Assembly of the United
Nations.
Sholem Aleichem also left US
a masterpiece in autobiography,
from the Fair iFunem YerW).
But his lame rests on Menachem
Mendl. 'levye and Moll. They are
translated in many languages;
they are being recited; they are
being played in all media; Ibex
are household names all over the
globe. They often appear togeth-
er, tumbling over each other, in-
terrupting each oilier and com-
peting with each other for atten-
tion. They arc being set lo mu-
sic. They an- being vulgarized.
What a pity Sholem Aleichem is
not here to comment upon all
this!
One wonders what he would
hi vc .said to Fiddler on the Roof.
Jewish Mark Twain
There are increasingly fewer
people able to read Sholem Alei-
chem in the Yiddish original. And
he is never as good in translation
But he is not lost. The rendering
Of Sholem Aleichem into Hebrev
by Isaac David l.erkowitz. his
son-in-law. is not a mere transla-
tion. Ii is an opus by another
-real master. It has saved Sholem
Aleichem for Jewish posterity.
Sholem Aleichem has acknowl-
edged it generously. Paragraph
Six of his will bequeathed to
Berkowitz (and to his grand-
daughter, Tamar Kahane) the
copyright Ol all his works In He-
brew. That Sholem Aleichem is
today part Ol the heritage Of Is-
rael, and not only a Diaspi ra
Jewish writer, is due to Bl rko-
witz. who. incidentally, cele
brated his 80th birthday recently
The story is told that, when
Sholem Aleichem and Mark
Twain met (this could have hap
pened; Sholem Aleichem
America for the first time in
Mark Twain died in 1910)
Sholem Aleichem introduce: him-
self as "the Jew ish Mark Tv .
Whereupon Mark Twain remoii
strated; "Oh no. I am the Amer-
ican Sholem Aleichem rhej
were both dead right
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Friday, September 2 1966
jj-ravtces cL^enman
We
the
Women
MZABETH
WOMAN OF THE WEEK
Elizabeth I. Steinbach was a studious little girl who
liked to road a lot. In fact, she still reads a lot everything
that she can lay her hands on. At age 16. she graduated
as valedictorian of her class from Chicago Marshall High
il in the city of her birth. She took a six month bus-
nest course, finishing in three months For seven years,
she worked for I. J Phillips, pres-
ident of the company now known
BS Phillips 66. She left to marry
Jacob M. Kline, who was stationed
in Augusta, Ga., during the war.
She received a letter from Mr.
Phillips, which she still has and
cherishes, informing her that the
Company had struck oil, and that
he would like her to return at a
salary of five figures, plus a bonus.
Hut Elizabeth was much too busy
with her husband's successful
chain of wholesale beauty and
barber supply houses, as well as
raising a family, to think of going
iack to work. Her children are
Barbara and Marshall Kline and
Adele and Harry I- Cranman, who live in Miami, and
\ nd his wife Betsy, who live in San Frani
I :abeth is the proud
After Mr Kline died in 1938. Elizabeth continued to
; became too much for her, and she
Later she married Simeon .' Steinbach. and
they lived in Atlanta, where her three children and Mr.
bach's three children had a loving relationship, which
she shared. Their beautiful formal garden in Atlanta's
Druid Hills was used for many organization affairs, and
became known as Hadassah Garden because for more than
15 years the closing Hadassah Oneg Shabbath was held
there. Dr Henry King Stanford, now president of the
University of Miami, was her neighbor, and he recalls the
lovely garden and the special celebrations
Eight years ago. because of Simeon's health, they
moved to Miami Beach. Wanting to be with her husband
all of the time didn t leave much time for community work,
but she took on the Hadassah chairmanship for Zionist
and American affairs. After her husband died five years
ago. Elizabeth became deeply involved in Hadassah. After
serving two years as presidium president, last May Elizabeth
was installed as president of the Louis D. Brandeis Group.
It is a full-time job. and she is completely absorbed in it.
She still talks about her exciting trip to Europe and hopes
sometime to go to the Orient. Her green thumb, that was
so active in her garden in Atlanta, doesn't get much of a
chance to work here in her apartment in the Oliver House.
However her friends will tell you that plants Elizabeth
gets last much longer than anyone else's.
There's no more golf, but Elizabeth enjoys walking
and can walk for miles The one thing she misses here in
sunny Flo:. he change of seasons in the fall, the col-
orful azalea^ and lovely blooming dogwood Nothing is
ever too much for Elizabeth to do for Hadassah or for her
friends Her warmth, friendliness and love spill over and
shower everybody near her.
Judge Berkman Installs ORT Slate
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Davidson Baskin
Miss Kathj Margol Baskin be
came the bride of Joseph Henry
Davidson, of Madison. Wise, in
12 -.'clock ntcs on Su n d a y.
lug. 28
The bride is the daughter of
longtime Miami Jewish com-
leaders, Mr and Mrs.
A Baskin. of 1819 Ferdin-
and St., ''oral Gables.
The gro rents are Mr
Mrs Benjamin Davidson, of
Philadelphia, Pa.
The couple exchange! vows
i mple Judea, with K a bbi
Morris Kipper officiating. This
was the firsl wedding in the new
Temple at 5500 Granada Blvd.,
("oral Gables
The bride's father is a past
president of Temple Judea. Mr
and Mrs Baskin were hosts at
Kiddush to some 800 persons who
attended tlte inaugural Friday
evening service two days before,
on Aug 26 The Kiddush was in
honor of their daughter and Mr
Davidson
The bride went to Coral Gables
High School and holds a 1966 AB
degree from the University of
Pennsylvania. The groom re-
ceived his AB from the U of P
in 1964, has a '66 MA degree from
the University of Wisconsin, and
is currently working toward a
I'hli in astrophysics then'
Matron of honor was Mrs Bern-
ard S White, thi' bride's aunt,
of Washington D.C Flower girl
was Ann Maura Cohen.
Arthur Feldman, "f Philadel-
phia '.'.as best man. and ushl rs
led Garj Linsky and Her-
Lw : Felzer. also ol Philadelphia,
and Jonathan and Marc Baskin,
the bride's brothers
Luncheon at Km > Baj Coun
try Club followed the ceremony.
Alter a camping trip in northern
Minnesota, the couple will live
at 1555 Adams St., Madison. Wise.
Horowitz Nissenberg
The former Susan Ellen Nissen
berg and Paul Stephen Horowitz
will live in West Hartford. Conn .
Ly&tiHg ^/Vlarrieds
Treasure Isle Chapter. Women's
American ORT. will hold its in-
.'tallation luncheon at the Algiers
Hotel on Wednesday noon.
The following officers will be
-tailed by Judge Jason Berkman:
President. Mrs Lester Brozman:
ice presidents. Mrs. Jack Rosen.
Mrs Jules Sobel. Mrs. Bessie
A'achs. Mrs Philip Goldberg. Mrs.
Sol Shapiro, treasurer. Mrs. Jack
Krouner; financial secretary. Mrs.
Al Fox: corresponding secretary.
Mrs. Oscar Ball: membership dues'
secretary. Mrs Bert Berend; parli-
amentarian. Mrs Herbert Sontz.
Entertainment for the afternoon
will be presented by Mrs Aida
Yaslo. concert pianist, and Mrs.
Marian Spear, soprano Wife of
Attorney Irving Spear of Surfside.
Mrs. Spear sings in five languages
and was formerly with the Opera
Guild.
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MRS. AUL HOROWITZ
after they return from their
honeymoon in Jamaica.
The couple were married on
Saturday. Sept 27. in 7:30 p.m.
ceremonies at the Diplomat Coun-
try Club, with Rabbi Samuel Jaffe
officiating.
The bride is the daughter of
MRS. 10SIPH DAVIDSON
Mr and Mrs. Samuel Nissenher.
of 19310 NE 18th C1 No. Miami
Peach The groom is the son of
Mi and Mrs Hubert Horowitz,
of Wesl Hartford.
Maid of honor was Nancy Ann
Frem Bridesma ds were Barbara
Brosky and Ri< ki Beth II u ow it2
Mail' Horov itz acte
nan, and ushers included Michael
ti nberg and Philip Nohrr.
The bride went to North Miami
High, Miss Lorie's Modeling Aca
demy, and Adelphl Business Col
I, ,
The groom has an Associate
degree from Mitchell College and
a Bachelor of Arts degree from
Emerson College in Boston. Mass.
He belongs to Rho Delta Omega
Fraternity.
Reception followed the wedding
ceremony at the Diplomat Conn
try Club.

Witz Friedman
Miss Ilene Honey Friedman is
now Mrs. Joseph BniCC Witz The
couple exchanged wedding vows
on Saturday. Aug 27. at Doral
Country Club.
Rabbi Irving I.ehrman offici-
ated at the 7:30 o'clock rites
The bride is the daughter of
Mr and Mrs H. W. Friedman.
7100 SW 77th PI The groom is the
son of Mr and Mrs. Irving Witz.
of 10300 W Baj Harbor Dr.
Maid of honor was Miss Jackie
I.earner Mrs Samuel Jacobs, the
groom's sister, was
honor.
Best man to the
Steven. Silberman
eluded Marvin Friedman. Charles
Friedman. Harvey Friedman, and
Samuel Jacobs
The bride graduated from
Southwest High School, went to
Sophie Newcomb College, and is
now attending the University of
Miami.
Mr Witz graduated from the
Wharton School of Finance at the
University of Pennsylvania, at-
tended University of Florida Law
MRS. JOSIPH WITZ
matron of
groom was
Ushers in-
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MRS. RICHARD Mill:?
School, and is now vic<
of Witz Electronic: Corp
Following a honeymoon spent
in Mexico, the COUph 'i
Miami.

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The former Phyllis '/
and Dr Richard D. Millet wen
married in the Dupon' Plaza
Hotel, with Rahb: Alfred W
officiating, on Saturday \ 27,
at 7:30 p.m.
The bride, who is the
of Mr and Mrs. Mom-
man. 2300 SW 22nd Ave
had Miss Susan Zuckerma'
maid of honor and Mr
Borenstein as matron
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inued from Preceding Page
.- m, Mips Arlene Promkin,
Miss Sally Stock
man was Dr. Bruce Miller,
i liarles Miller acted as ushi rs
the groom who is the son ol
.- Debra Miller and the late
k Mild r, ol New York.
Newly wed Mrs Horowitz went
Si nior il:. h and the
v ami I oil -' i i
. and Sci< i c< s, here she wa
irober ol Si [ma l>> Ita Tau
. American Association of Uni-
Women, she is now em-
il as :i professional advisor
ihe Girl Scouts of America
Miller is an honor graduate
rdue University and the I'ni-
tj .if Chicago Medical Scho il
: : Ion |S I" Alpha Kpsilnn Pi
nity, Alpha Kappa Kappa
I ying Physicians Association,
\i r ispace Medical As-
ation
it is also a member <>f the
- icrn < ss Astronomical So-
and i- in private practice in
mi
i plion followed i h e cere
i al liii Dupont Plaza, After
ymoon spent in tbe Carib
and South America, the
will live in South Miami
Miss Geiger Wed
in Tel Aviv
Miriam Natanyah Geiger and
r were married
Aug 10 wi Tel Aviv, Israel
hi idi is the daughter of
Mrs Edyth II Geiger. rei ional di-
rector of the American Friends of
the Hebrew University, and the
late Rabbi Leo Geiger, and grand
daughter of Dr and Mrs \. R.
Hollender, of Miami Beach
she is ii graduate of the Hebrew
Academy and Miami Beach High
School, and is now attending the
Hebrew University of Jerusalem,
vhere she is studying English lit-
i si ire and musicology.
The bridegroom is the on of
Mrs. Edith Schlessinger, of Tel
Aviv, and the late Jacob Schles-
singer He is a graduate of the
Hebrew University, and is cur-
rently completing his Master's de-
gree in economics at the univers-
ity there.
Mr and Mrs Schlessinger will
live in Kiryat Yovel, Jerusalem.
lipsky Wolf
M -- Dorothea R. Wolf became
- Arnold Lipsky in 6.:)(t o'clock
on Sunday, Aug -8. at the
Roc Hotel Rabbi Mayer
amowitz officiated at the
. ring candlelight ceremony.
bride is the daughter of
nd Mrs Carl Wolf, 7825
. Blvd.. Miami Beach The
m's parents are the Fred Sip-
- of Beaver Kails. Pa., and
vet in Miami .it 7851 Dun-
Blvd
her wedding, the bride
lose a gown featuring a white
run lace bodice and sleeves,
.-h satin body lace on the bot-
m, and a seven-foot detachable
ain with lace on the bottom.
Matron of honor was Mrs.
E AI i, Bei kef
MRS. ARNOLD LIPSKY
. nne Annese, and brid e s-
- included the Misses Cookie
Gutter. Vicki Gorme, and Karen
Hair
Bi was the bride's broth-
Ushers were Steve
Miller M a t h e w Glss< n and
\i ywe Mrs lipsky gradu
Miami Beach High and
attended the L'niversity of Miami.
-1 ployed as a medical
secret! i
Th< ro o m graduated from
Ri ch( -' High School and the
University ol Miami School of
Business Administration. He is
on the Staff of the Gulf American
Land Corp.
Following a two-week honey-
moon trip to Mexico, the couple
will live in Miami.
3,500 To Take Part in Service
Thirty-five hundred persons will
participate at High Holy Day serv-
ices in Beth Torah Congregation.
with Dr. Max A. l.ipschitz. rabbi.
;r.d Cantor Jacob J Rcnzer. offici
ting in the main sanctuary, Ewald
Ziffer, congregation president, and
I ve Margulies, religious commit-
tee chairman, announced.
At auxiliary services, in the
ichool building, Abraham J. Gittel-
education director, will offici
. Ii and Israel H. Mandel will serve
. cantor. Irving Kuttler and Frank
vddblatt will chant the Shachrit
trvices, with the synagogue choir
- rected by Cantor Rcnzer.
Youth services, at the Wometco
63rd St. Theater, for members of
the synagogue USY groups and
children of members of the con
tregation only, will be under the
iirection of the youth committee
*nd chairman. Ray Brookman. and
Marshall Baltuch. youth director.
Four different services for stu-
dents of the Harold Wolk Religious
School will be held in the school
building under the direction of the
faculty led by student rabbis and
cantors. Members of the Sisterhood
will serve as ushers at these stu-
dent services, and will be coordi-
nated by Mrs. Manny Marcus. Sis
tcrhood youth and education vice
president.
Men's Club is again supplying
ushers for the services in the main
sanctuary under the direction of
Eugene Schwareberg.
Fran Goldstein
To Be Jan. Bride
Mr. and Mrs Sol Goldstein, 1311
Mt'th St Ray Harbor Islands, an-
nounce the engagement of their
daughter. Fran, to Elliott Yale
Bernstein, son of Morris Bernstein.
of New York City, and Mrs. Meyer
Korn. 1115 SW 11th Ave., Miami
Miss Goldstein is the grand-
daughter of Mr and Mis Jacob
Rabinowitz, of Bay Harbor Island,
and Mr and Mis i.oujs Goldstein,
Ol Miami l'.i ach.
Mr Bernstein is the grandson of
Mrs Clara B Denner. of Miami
Beach and the late David Denner,
The future bride is a graduate
ol Miami Beach Senior High, and
has a degree in elementary educa-
tion from the University ol Miami.
She will be on the facult} of Sabal
Palm Elementary School starting
with the fall term.
Her fiance is a graduate of Mi-
ami Senior High, and has an AB
degree from the l'niversity of Mi-
ami, majoring in prelaw. He will
be entering the field of accounting
upon his completion of postgrad
uate courses in January.
The couple are planning a Jan-
uary wedding.
Institutions Plan to Move
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Friday. September 2 1966
At a recent Dade County Commission meeting (left to right)
are Secretary of State Tom Adams, State Rep. Kenneth M.
Myers, and Metro Mayor Chuck Hall, discussing the estab-
lishment of a proposed S8.000.000 Mental Health Center in
Dade. The Center would be financed by state funds providing
the Metro Commission donates the land. Myers said he will
introduce the necessary legislation at the next session for
establishment of the facility.
Rabbi Hollander
Education Head
At Emanu-EI
Rabbi Arthur S. Hollander has
assumed his post as director of
iducation of Temple Emanu-EI Re-
ligious School. Dr Irving Lehrman
nd Raphael K. Vunes, chairman
o( the board of education, an-
i ounced Wednesdaj
Rabbi Hollander will direct the
entire education program of the
T( mple, including the Solomon
Schechter Day School. Nursery-
Kindergarten Department, Week
da; and Sunday Religious School.
:ind Confirmation Departments.
Rabbi Hollander, a native of
Indianapolis, received his BA
degree from Butler University.
Following three years of mili-
tary service in World War II,
he was the first veteran to en-
'oil in the Jewish Theological
Seminary. Ordained by the Sem-
inary, where he received a Mas-
ter of Hebrew Literature degree.
Rabbi Hollander chose the field
of education as his life's work.
He attended the University of
laism in Los Angeles, the Uni-
ity of New Mexico and Dropsie
College for post graduate work.
and has completed his studies for
h doctorate in education.
Rabbi Hollander served as edu-
cation director of Temple Beth
Sholom in New Jersey and was di-
rector of the Community Religious
School of St. Paul before coming
to Miami Beach. His articles on
improved methods in education
have appeared in such publications
as "The Synagogue School" and
RABBI ARTHUR $. HOUANDtR
"Beacons of Light." He holds a
permanent principal's and teach-
er's license from the National
Board of License oi the American
Association for Jewish Education.
Rabbi Hollander is married to
the former Rachel Roscnstein and
"is the lather of a daughter, Tova,
anil --(in. Jacob The Hollanders
live at 8926 Carlyle Ave
Young Adults
Meet Weekly
Young Adult Group of Temple
Adath Veshurun, 1025 NE .Miami
Gardens Dr.. meets every Sunday
at 8 p.m.
New members, ages 19 to 25.
may call membership chairman.
Michel Victor, or president. Steven
Weinzweig.
Michael Fqrle, builder and owner of Forte Towers Apartments,
announced this week that topping ceremonies at Forte Towers
South, third of his three-unit rental complex at Miami Beach,
will take place during the first week of September. Comple-
tion date of the luxury apartment house will be February,
1967. This adds 420 dwelling units to the existent 783. Located
at West Ave. and 10th St.. model apartments may be inspected
from 9 to 5 daily.
Continued from Page 1-B
and groom took off for a long
European honeymoon.
*
A special dance program at
the "V" will help Mr. and Mrs.
Samuel I'riisoti celebrate their
50th wedding anniversary on
Sunday, with members of the
Golden Age Friendship Club at-
tending to offer felicitations.
A white birthday cake with
pink roses served as the center-
piece lor the dinner party at the
Black Angus for "Sweet 16"
Betty, daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
Morris YanowitZ, 3411 SW 27th
St.. on Tuesday evening. Aug. 23
. Guest list included the cele-
brant's sorority sisters from the
Y's" Phi Gamma Pi For the
occasion. I he perky teen-ager
chose an aqua dinner ensemble,
and her mother selected a flow-
ered aqua cocktail frock ... A
student at Coral Gables High,
Betty is an accomplished accor-
dionist.
Th<' daughters of F. Albert Pal-
lot came to town for two weeks,
arriving from such far away
places as Lima. Peru and San-
tander, Spain .
Suzanne 18. a language major
Bureau Opens
Registration In
Hebrew High
Registration is now open at the
Central Hebrew High School of
the Bureau of Jewish Education,
with classes beginning on Sept 12.
according to an announcement of
Albeit F Ossip. president of the
Bureau.
The Hebrew High School admits
students who have graduated from
elemental4} Hebrew departments oi
Jewish schools, oi have the equi\
alent Hebrew background.
Classes meet two afternoons
weekly and offer advanced stud-
ies for the qualified high school
boy and girl as preparation for
Jewish leadership.
Courses are given in Hebrew as
a living language, m conversation
and literature; Bible in its original
Hebrew, and its application to
Jewish life today: Jewish literature
from the Mishna. Talmud, and
modern writings; Jewish philos-
ophy. Jewish news and life the
world over.
Students arc prepared to take
the college board examinations in
Hebrew for university entrance.
Several new courses, implement-
ed last year, will be continued in
the six branches of the Hebrew
High School. These courses include
a new program in Bible study,
based upon "Themes of the Torah."
This course is a study of the Hu-
mash and commentaries under in
dividual topics related to Jewish
concepts and traditions. Another
program in Hebrew language will
use material from the Jewish
Agency for the study of modern
literature.
Two classes have been organ-
ized on an optional basis for
those students who are inter-
ested in studying Talmud. These
classes will study Bava Metzia,
using a special student's guide.
Students attending these two
classes will eat a light supper
at the school and stay for one
hour after dinner.
The Hebrew High School is rep
resentative or many of the svna
gogues of the community. Students
attend from Beth David. Beth
Moshe. Beth Israel. Beth Jacob,
Beth Torah. B'naJ Raphael, Hebrew
Academy, Israelite (enter. Knes-
eth Israel. Temple Beth Sholom.
Temple Emanu-EI, Temple Men
orah. Temple Or Olom, and Temple
Tifereth Jacob.

b\f <^fsabel C^/r
ovc
at the University of Wisconsin,
attended summer sessions at the
University of Santander in Spain,
then went on to visit France.
Ilclgium and England .
Roxanne, now Mrs. Rodney
Gabai. of Lima, came to Miami
Beach for a visit to break the
good news to Al he'll he a grand-
father in several months.
... <*
Mrs. Jerry (Yivian) Rosen en-
tertained 30 women for luncheon
and a card party recently at their
home at 1065 Alfonso, Coral
Gables The occasion hon-
ored Jerry's mother, who is vis-
iting here There were four
generations represented, and all
dressed in pink The coinci
dence was unplanned Jerry's
side of the family was represent-
ed by his grandmother. Mrs. Ger-
trude Levin; mother, Mrs. Sol
Rose I Gould: aunt. Mrs. Maurice
(Sari) Furman: and daughter.
Jane ... (Vivian's dress just hap
pened to be pink tool Their
son. Rick, just celebrated his 16th
birthday, and for the occasion
Jerry and Vivian bought him a
new boat Rick has been
working in the research lab of
the V.A. Hospital for the past
three years, and they thought the
boat would help him get out in
the fresh air and sunshir-i .
There's a limit to dedieati a.
Out-of-town guests gal re at
the wedding of Barbara A To
back and Arthur R. Melic last
Saturday at the Deauvilk
Her parents. Dr. and Mrs .ink
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Paqe 1 IB
Viet Nam's Tortured History
m
,1
uham J. Gittelson. education director of Beth Torah Con-
jation, register* Bruce Kassmon lor the synagoque pre-
:ol and Michael Cohen (or 12th grade high school class,
jel Gottehrer, chairman of the school board, looks on.
shdod May Day Riot
robed by Committee
AVIV (JTAi Two in-
Latins committees arrived in
in city of Ashdod recently
k into riotous May Day dis-
ces at which marching .i<>l>-
orkers clashed with police
shattered windows iu two
committee of five members
nt by the Histadnil. Israel s
ration of Labor, one of the
p?S <>i the May Day rioting.
cond committee was sent by
\fapam Party. The party's
mcntary faction plans to
! earlj debate on the prnli-
unemployment.
e arrival of the two commit-
coincided with the
gance of threats of a strike
a lockout at the Leyland
ck Assembly plant, the
'-.t s' 90 I pyland workers was
le factors in tl.e /.".ay
riot.
' a mai
rker.s that tl

I mil a -'. ik.'
Labor Council
I .:'ii! !c> hol :i \ ote
<>i ki rs on whether to
persons were injured
-ted during a clash lie
police and several hundred
ling demonstrators, At Di-
m the Negev, a similar
i was staged by jobless work-
iey began throwing stones at
"- of the Labor Council
tig and the nearby Workers
smashing all windows in
structures, Ashdod Mayor
Garine and District Police
ander Shall! Rosolio appeal-
tin' marchers to disperse, but
the rioting continued. Many of the
Mcits were strewn with broken
glass, building blocks and wooden
plants.
Mayor Garine led a delega-
tion which met with Premier
Levi Eshkol, who told the
delegation that the disturbances
in Ashdod resulted from a "de-
terioration of labor morality"
generally in Israel. He warned
that the time had come for Is-
raelis to understand that wages
must stand in a logical relation
to productivity, to enable Israel
to produce for export.
He added that, if this under
standing did nol develop, "we are
in for a crisis." The delegation
iubmitti da tli
- round for the v ioli i
e everal prop lo
i
; il*
Mrs. Silvers Hosts
AJCcncj. Ladies
Sylvia Silvers, president,
Justine Chapter Women's Division,
\<- ican Jewish Congress, will
welcome new and old members of
the chapter at an opening luncheon
meeting to be held at her home,
f,Mw N Baj ltd Thursday, Sept
,",. 12:30 p.m.
A report of activities during the
summer months, including the
World Jewish Congress, the tilth
annual Israel-American Dialogue
and the "war on poverty" will be
pan of the afternoon program
Plans will be discussed lor future
i > i ograms.
!
By MAX LERNCR
Leo Rosten o '.'nod
ymposium lor Look n agazine,
Hans Morgenthau and Ar-
thur Schlesinger saying how we
can extricate..... from the
Viet wai. and with Henry kis.ii.
ger, Hanson Baldwin and Het
Kahll saying how we can see the
war through III fulfilling our com
mitments, it is worth reading as
the best set of condensed state-
ments on the major positions in
the spectrum.
I can't add to these positions,
But I can define my own best by
attempting a trial balance of
where the war stands and what
the prospects for peace are in
midsummer of 1966
Looking back at the whole tor-
tured history of the war. it now
seems clear that we need not have
yone in as deeply as we did. This
one- mil mean that the wai is any
more "immoral" than other wars,
but that in terms of political pru-
dence it would have been better
to ~iop at some point, before the
war became overwhelminglj
American
Tins is hindsight, but il i-- worth
savins, even if it means eating
some of my earlier words. The
non-Communist, nationalist ener-
gies of Asia. DOtabl) in Malaysia.
Thailand. India. Indonesia. Laos.
Japan, Ceylon, even Cambodia.
have proved stronger than we
had envisaged, without American
military intervention. It would
have been risky to let the Viet
Nam case take its course, but
not necessarily fatal.
But that is history, and we are
faced with the present and future.
Notably none of Looks contrib-
utors advocates pulling oul Mor-
hau want* an enclave policy
i .!... for i (ti .i.i'.
and Schlesing >r want; to "i
the bombing South
i
on tl. I the
'
lunate 1> there
-
: m it [i (.,- h it !he point
ha- in n : eacl '.'-.ii w hen
eat h side will lose more In
on than by negotiating, that we
ki.ow it. but that Ho Chi Minh
doesn I seem to.
What prospect is there that he
will change his mind'.' Baldwin
argues thai it will happen only

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MAX LtRNtft
with the knowledge that America
is winning a military victory. But
I prefer Kissinger's emphasis on
internal political stability of South
Viet Nam. that "negotiations
are likely when Hanoi realizes
that its political apparatus in the
countryside is being systematic-
ally reduced: and Kahn agrees
with this emphasis on the polit-
ical-military factor
There are some who feel that
the Ky regime can never accom-
plish this. But there is a danget
that American liberals have wish-
fully underestimated Ky's own
Stability and overestimated the
Buddhist revolt as a national
rather than as a narrow sectarian
movement. One of the crucial sur-
prising events of 1966 has been
Ky's demonstration of strength
and skill in meeting the challenge
of the little band of Buddhist mil-
itants. I should fuel happier about
those who denied him this
strength and skill if they were
now to eat some of their own
words.
It has been often and taunting-
Ij said that South Viet Nam has
no government, but it does not
seem true at present writing. It
i- better to say, as Kissingct doe-.
Ili.it the process of nm
an essentially feudal structure
stal :- .i hard
il,.:: ii I ok ilie West

Cl -
-
i to ea rr;
it I lal Ky h
id, Inn no
In- recent inlcn lew in the I S
News shows) m pal d pru
But he maj well prove a
step along the wa\
Ho Chi Minh must now he
struggling to calculate how long
North Viet Nam can sustain the
war. given the new factors in it.
ot are thai I
nt fal of i
Pn t Jol

Ihi North h
I : | | 0
!:: isia d(
into 'Ii1, war as some ft an '.
hat there i- little
pi o lect of the w ar ever be< on
ii a massive land war wit i
China.
What will keep Hanoi goin;
their.' My own feeling is that II I
Chi Minh still refuses to negotiat
because he is gambling that Lyr
don Johnson will not dare wage
the 1068 Presidential electio i
campaign with the war still go
ing on.
Ma> he Ho (hi Minh is right,
hut I don't think SO, I think h;
is wrong, and that he is not reck
oning either with Johnson's ten
acity, which is the single most
strking quality to emerge from
his whole administration, v.'
with the political temper of tin
American majority.
If Ho Chi Minh can come I >
understand this, (hen he nia> ;i-<
what America will offer him polit-
ically as a final inducement to ne-
gotiate. Here 1 am convinced that
we should not foreclose offering
the Viet Cong what Schlesinger
called, 'the prospect of a say i i
the future political life of South
Viet Nam.'" This may seem a
dangerous carrot to hold out. but
it is worth taking the risk if it
will end the war.
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By ELIAHU SALPETER chief of Staff, Gen. Moshe Day an, new head of the service Mr. Esh-
Mr :: .1 presumably fell he kol again told him that he would
Jerusalem n, .,, _,. (,v ,,.., voters ( ,. ,,, ,. ,,. tolerate any continued insub-
americans USED to seeing | ot less security conscious than his ordination- I yet things wenl
pipe-smoking Allen Dulles on >redecessor. Mr E.-hkol appointed on as before.
their television screens or reading Mr. Harel as his special adviser, Finally, fed up, Mr. Harel quit.
about the successes and failure. ol uitell [en aftaira charging that Mr. Eshkol's conduct
of the Central Intelligence Agenc> / this appointment was wr in such vital affairs posed a grave
in The New York Times, probablj :': opposed by Mr Harels threat to the continued existence
find it hard to understand the '"J^33 m, ,nc Job "' "! head ,ht-' democratic process of gov-
surprise of Israelis when they be- tbf Sh"n BJ,',' who ~ he ** eminent
aiso tired one ol the topmosl ()f t|u, f.,,rIv ,arge number of
Isser Harel, former chief of the "l,:":iN ": service whom he ,)f.K, .,ls .,,,,, journalists who were
.Shin Bet (initials for Sherut Bita "! ,dered a "HareI m --------------------------------------------
Repeated Resignation
Colombia Rabbi
Opens Ties With
Hebrew Acad.
Kahhi David Sharbani was in
gan to encounter the picture of
Iss
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chon Security Service) in theii
papers, usually accompanied l>>
lengthy interviews or articles oh- Now protracted struggle tart
viously based on such interviews ed between Harel and the new
While everybody knew there was h ad of th.' service. Mr. Harel al
a Shin Bet. until recently Israeli first demanded two things: that
papers could hardly print any- 'he fired man should be reinstated
thing about its activities Now, all end that the head of the service
of a sudden, organizational mat- cease by-passing him in dealings Miami this week to launch a pro-
ten concerning the secret sen-ice with the Prime Minister. After gram designed I i make the South
became the subject of heated con some procrastination, Mr. Eshkol Florida area a cultural and edu-
troversy aired voluminously in promi i corr cl both things cational center, as well as a play
the press but the new head >f the servict gro
what surprised Israelis morefai' :.' 1: fshko,s Chief Rabbi of Bogota, he i
, instruct in th.s respect .
than the extensive press disclos- here to create ; nuni
uies was the fact that thej orig in Mr Harel of- cation between his .immunity and
mated from the man who in the -end his : agnation Again and the ewish community witl
past was Mr Socrecj personified, "gain Mr Esh nised to act respeel to the needs >: Hebrew
What caused this man to abandon, firmly But st'll Da School st
abruptly, what seemed to be not Finally Mr. Harel mad clear
only his ingrained nature but also now it wa
his firmest personal belief?
Students Enrolling
The story goes back several At Beth SSt'OiTtOn
years, when David Ben-Gunon was
Still Prime Minister and Minister :! cla -es in Hebrew and Sun
of Defense and. as such, also re- liil> Schools at Beth Solomon, I
sponsible for the activities of both merlj Flagler-Gra Jewish
major intelligence services of the Center, are open foi a proper Oi hodox view of
country military intelligence 9 to 4 p.m.. during the week and their ancient Jewish heritage,
and the Shin Bet. (The third in- '' t0 :-' "'""' Sund they'll have to come to Miami for
telligence arm. the research de- Rabbi Aharon I ng We nave "" sucn
partment of the Foreign Ministry the H rw Scl i : :
is more in the nature of what its Levy will be prin the Sun- rhe arra Shar
name indicates than an intelligence day School. here were with the He-
service in the usual sense.) brev v Umv nn Mi i
Mr Harel. enjoying the full eon- -..:
Ii nee of Mr Ben-Gurion, acted s each wo tpected to exl
act in the dual capacit> of head week.
aware of the developir.en' few
luestioned the validity of Mr. Har-
el '< charges and the justification
of his ire or his evaluation of the
gravity of the implications of Mr.
Bshkol'a conduct. However, their
attitude changed when Mr Hard
began a public campaign against
Mr. Eshkol on this subject
Code of Silence
They felt that, po matter what,
a former head of the secret serv-
ice should not launder in
dirt) linen collected while he
privy to the most confident i
formation of the nation. Bui v
Harel believes that the waj .
Ei hkol handles things is
dangerous than his own viola::
of the code of silence and
tinues his campaign which m<
Israeli paper recently he .
a-; 'Isser Harel Wants To !'o
Eshkol."
Behind the-Scenes
Rabbi Sharbani, speaking in
bo'h Spanish aid Hebrew, said
as his 19-year-old daughter, Ha-
dassah, translated for him: "We
have a Jewish community of
some 8,000 in Bogota. We have
fine civic and social centers
there.
people are to
tl the Shin Bel at d
to the Prime on intelli-
gence matters All wi nt
until a c ml ict d ped betwei
I larel s pla is on I
presi Israel
the particip tiot erman si
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Yanich to Sceak
Cn AJCong. Goals
nil the North
th Rj
Sharba ;hter wen
two ol
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tists in E ypl s mi rj resean h Woi A hen as 1
.roje< ef- Cot will take place ] ,
Sepl 15 p.m.. at
thouf h not Mrs Sy Reese. 2360
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nation ol :
Vfter Mr Bet -
i hi nd picke
an I short
; the Rafi
P rty, takii lim from Mapai creased tici] in Jewish
the Deput) Mil ister ol Defi n ie edi
Peres ai d the former AJC role in the pi ram
RA3BI DAVID SHARBANI
Fincher Plans
To Campaign
St :' Sen elei I R incher,
of Miami Beach, and the vice pre*
.. ter of h:~
y, O. D Jack
son. are planning a] more
ttii forays mtlyii
tut i Flori
>l gul rnatorial c ind
King H
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New Drive-!
Hours at Bark
Pioneer Women
Start New Season
Aviva Chapter. Greater Mia
Council of Pioneer Women, was >
hold its first meeting after .
summer recess, on Thursday j
p m.. at First Federal I
125th SI ". in pi
id feature a review ol Max !
mom's "Jews God and 1!:-'
b> Mrs R ise R ichner.
hapter i
will heat i dis < >n p
arrangemi nts for the new
.,; a n i etit W sday, Sei
to be held at Was i p,
dj Dr al i p
Dr Sarah Feder, past nati
"v serving as cha
of Pioneer Women National E I .
Department, attended
Council planning meeting hel i
m sday atti rnoon at the Al
Hotel, A p ifess >r of sociolo
the University of Missouri.
Feder has been invited to th
kVhite House as a consulu
Kabbi Sharbani was born in
arz ^ ne 'o head the Col-
ombian Jewsh community as
spiritual leader 13 years a^o at
its request, Hli main ambition?
U timately to return home.
Right now, I can f. What would
happen to the Jews in Bogota,
who need me?'
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Scholarships are helping the
new am.. years
of Hebrew Academy educ
Rabbi Alexande
ol the Academy, explained There
are more than a million Jews
amon | our neighbors to the South."
he said. "We owe them a respon
sibility, and this is just the be-
ginning
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^ one-yenr giant of S15.C00 has been awarded to Dr. Nechama
Haran Ghera at the Woizmann Institute of Science. Israel, by
he Damon Runyon Memorial Fund for Cancer Research in
?he U.S.A.. set up in memory of the late, great American
"liter. Purpose of the grant is to finance Dr. Haran-Ghera s
work on the mechanism of induction and development of
reticular cell neoplasia in mice, a condition related to Hodg-
kin'a Disease in humans. Photo shows Meyer W. Weisgal,
chairman of the Weizmann Institute's Executive Council, hand-
ing the Damon Runyon Memorial Fund's remittance to Prof.
Shneior Lifson, the Institute's scientific director.
Temple Beth Am
Brotherhood Lists
September Slate
Macey Schaffer. president, I
erhood of Beth Am, has called ,
monthly meeting Monday, &
12, 9 p.m.. in the music room
the temple
Plans will be completed for the
ii nual "i om Kippur dam e held on
Sunday evening, Sept -'>. ::.
social hall. Ben Clem, Donald
tin and Saul Von Zamft an
charge of am nts
Dr. Maxwell Dauer. vice pres-
ident, has announced that the
monthly congregational breakfast
will be held on Sunday. Sept 11.
10 a.m.. in the youth lounge Mar-
shall Harris will speak on "Our
Changing Jewish Community."

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Jewish National Fund Religious Affairs
f h:ef to Visit for Mizrachi Conference
trnold Sirull
Ron Grunhut
iii: fit'
toMIflf.ll mchord KaUmon Robin Rott Alan tdel.on
Bo- -Mnz^k

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Ron Hsrel Grunhut
ni rn'.ng services.
' I1 pit Zion will in-
1 MTJtzvah of Ron
Mr and Mrs. Abra-
runhut.
ide ;ii South
oi High Ron i- a
exl
. Bast. ..:.
in Israel
tl si rvice. a Kid
the < >li i rani
Mr and Mrs Gi
u -is will r M> s
Ron's grandmother
Irunhut is president of ZOA
n dor of .INK. !- ,
: Minn )n Israel, and
ii mis (if Hebrew Uni
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" M irici Shun
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Alan Edelman

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guesl wil] he .ludds twin sister.
llen.
An eighth grade student at the
iebrew Academy. Judd plays
rumpet and is an avid tennis
lay* i
Attending the ci ebral
"' ,n' elebrar.t's terns grand
'' Morris Friedman, of M
id X' w York, and his pa-
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Mrs [srai

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Di partment n( the
Jewish National Fund ol America,
will be guesl speaker at the Miz-
rachi leadership conference, set for
Sept. 6 at the Jewish National
Fund offices of Greater Miami.
420 Lincoln Rd.
At the conference, leaders of
the religious Zionist organization
will formulate plans to ,
'.heir activities on behalf ol the
Jewish National Fund and will
discuss ways of promoting greater
Mizrachi participation in thi
ish National Fund's projects and
fund-raising activities.
Among these is the Baal Shem
Tox Forest, whose orig:nator is
Bernard Silver, a resident of Mi-
ami Beach.
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; Saturday moi
remple Beth S
tudenl f tl
s-'- lorn i on ( lass
at
the '(inference, and will reveal
nationwide pi "motion plans
Leadership committee consists
of:
Rabbi .mil Mi- Simon April, Hc
be ri H. rger, Mm Rom llienenfeld,
Kabul Jonah Caiilfin jAch Olment,
I.huIh I'iin.:.!. Mi. Ethel Curson, Mrs.
Jai ob I > Da\ Is, Mrs Tlllle I )ubl< r
Louie Dublin, Mr.-. Ruth Ersoff, Mrs
Tlllle Fisher, Mr.- Sarah Goldstein,
Rabbi Alexander Gross, Mrs. Bessie
illuek, Mrs Ruth Qelbert, .Mrs. Moses
1 Irundvv erg*.
Mr and Mm Max Hecht, .Mrs. Sue
II. iin. .n. Milton Kill ii. Mr. anil Mrs
'! rial Kolko, luldon Kramer, llri
Krantz, Mm Lily I-aster, Mrs
Rachel Kata l-aufcr, Mrs, Rosi I.us
tlir, Mr- s.'< ;, Meyers, Mrs Row
M i i. da i later, Mrs
Va fl:, ii Porush
I Mrs. Joseph Rackovsk)
Sol Rashin, II ibbl I >..\ Roseni
hlff.Cunl.il Al.i.i
.mi Si Mi I ! '<- I'll Sh.i i Kernai rl Sliver, Ral bl
' ibel Mr- l.ily Ktone
Ftiibb .1 Sukei i:.i bbl Hhmarj
Mrs Mini Teleh, Mrs
I : Beryl vv\ in.
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Arnold Sirull
SPI of Mr and
Sirull. 2425 SW 5th
become Bar Mitzvah
i ongn .!:
Si pi 3
an i hth gradi stu
Shenandi ah Hi| S
atti nding Beth Davi
ol for the past eight
Manui /. of Boston,
I : will
-i n >-, -
Richard Katiman
son of Mr and Mrs
Katzman, 85t> NK i78;h
will celebrate his Bar Mitz-
services on Saturday
;it. 3. at Beth Torah
ation.
| ard will enter eighth grade
John F Kennedy Junior High
fall, and sixth grade Hebrew
- -it Beth Torah Congregation.
i- interested in stamp and
i i "Heeling and photography.
It. Katzman was a vice presi-
I of education at Beth Torah
[three years, and was the first
jirm.in of the building commit-
reception in Richard's honor
Robin Rose
Bar Mitzvah ol Robin I).. v i d
Rosi >i of Mr and Mrs .lav Mil-
ton Rand, will be cell brated during
Saturda m nil g servicesrSi pi 3
al Beth Mi -:.c C ngregal
] hth n d( student
at Tho effei soi lior H
and plays Little League Bi
He I as ..-: ri turned from I
C'.haii
1 hi win be ;. nored
'n' Kid ing tht i
a reception at homi
in thi : .
Mr -. n ..- fii
ecretarj \ .;..
Rand in mei ii te i..-: pn -
Peter Rackoff
Fcii. ol Mrs Edith
off. was i lied to tht 11 rah on Sat-
urday \ :-. 27, al Temple Zion
Pi 'i r is an ighth grade pupil
at Riveria Junior lliyh and is a
member (( tne school hand
Judd Zisquit
Judd. son of Mr. and Mrs. Fred
Zisquit, 1315 Lenox Ave will be-
come Far Mitzvah on Saturday. I
Sept. 3, at t'ongngation Kneseth
Israel.
A luncheon for Judd s class-
mates after the services and an
open house reception on Sunday
afternoon will be held in his honor
at the Zisquit residence. Special
>w Scout Troop At Beth Torah
e want to bring Jewish boys
Scouting and bring Scouting
>re Jewish boys." This is the
I of a new Boy Scout Troop re-
formed at Beth Torah Con-
ation.
e newly-formed organization
tnctly kosher, and will not
H on the Sabbath.
even boys make up the nucleus
E organization.
*ey recently completed a Car
h over a period of four Sun-
which earned upward of
toward the purchase of
and equipment.
Allen )\ Shappe. Inst. Rep., has
over six years of leadership experi-
ence as an Assistant Scoutmaster.
Scoutmaster. Explorer Advisor and
Sea Explorer Skipper.
rs
' staff is sufficient in num-
nd experience to handle 40
since we have two junior
as well as active adults,"
red Arthur Siegel. Scoutmas
the new Troop 279.
Bel has spent over ten years
Kiting as a boy and an adult,
lior Assistant Scoutmaster
Cohen is a Star Scout going
le and a candidate for the
ramid Award. He has also
the Aleph Award
Bor Patrol Leader Marshall
an Eagle Scout.
* boys, all of whom have
their Tenderfoot reauire-
are well on their way to-
Second Class ran*.
Rabbi Rosenfeld
At Beth Moshe
Rabbi David Rosenfeld will offi
ciate at High Holiday and Sukkoth
services of Beth
Moshe Congrega-
tion. 13630 W.
Dixie Hwy.
Rabbi Rosen-
feld has been a
resident of Mi-
ami for many
years, and re-
cently resigned
his position as
spiritual leader
of Flagler Gran-
ada Jewish Cen-
ter.
Officiating with
Rabbi Rosenfeld
will be Cantor
Si ymour Hinkes.
Rabbi Rosenfeld will be occupy-
Ing tl the recent
I Mi
eadei
Rabbi Rosenfeld
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Friday, September 2 '. 566
Yiddish Author's
Book Available
Samuel R. Wexler is the author
of a new book entitled "I-ebedig un
Kreilach" "Lively and Happy."'
Wexler, who lives with his wife
Rivka. to whom the book is dedi-
cated, at 1007 Meridian Ave.. Miami
Beach, has written humorous arti-
cles on many subjects for almost
as long as he can remember.
The book, now being circulated
here, includes columns written
by Wexler for the Canada Yid-
dish Eagle and the Jewish Daily
Forward.
Wexler came to Miami Beach
rix years ago. Originally from Rus-
sia, he has lived in the U.S. for
SHOPPING AROUND
WITH
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SAMUU WEXUR
some 52 years. Prior to his retire
ment from business, Wexler owned
and operated a clothing establish-
ment in the Bronx. N.Y.
"It was during this time that 1
started to write.'" Wexler ex-
plained. "I was moved by all the
comic;.! episodes occurring during
the course ol a day in my busi
, ss "
Wexler attributes his dedication
writini to his wife, "who
did she say that I spend too
I itii ough
with the family."
The family includes two daugh-
ters: Clara, married to Dr. Wil-
liam Sumof, of Little Silver, N.J.,
and Ann, whose husband is
Henry Ganer, of East Meadow,
N.Y. Both girls are high school
teachers.
Wexler and his wife were recent
ly feted here on the occasion of
their 53rd wedding anniversary.
The author, whose youthful looks
belie his years, says he hopes to
put out other books in the near
future.
Yuban Coffee
Rosh Hashona is a happy holiday
and a good time to offer your fami-
ly and guests an extra measure of
pleasure by serving them Yuban
Coffee, the premium coffee of
General Foods.
As you might expect. Yuban
costs a little more than regular
coffee, but the difference in taste
is more than worth the difference
in cost. The taste tells you that
hire is a coffee made from the
pick of the coffee beans, aged
c a ref u 11 y. deep roasted, and
blended artfully to give you a
flavor that can't be matched.
Your company will ask for
second and third cups when you
serve Yuban coffee, so be sure
to make enough tor all those cof
fee-lovers in the croud
Yuban is available in regular
and instant. Try both, and you'll
quickly realm' thai you can't
make or serve a better cup of
holiday time or any time.
Mar-Party Margarine
Delicious, nutritious Mar-Pan
Margarine will serve as a fine
smooth table spread, as well as do
wonders to your Rosh Hashona
cooking and baking. Sunny golden
corn ".1 and other vegetable oils
in Mar-Parv Margarine, plus the
addition oi Vitamins A and D,
make it almost a beneficial and nu-
tritious margarine. It contains no
milk and is recommended in diets
where milk is restricted.
Use Mar-Parv for all your holi-
day meals It tastes wonderful as
8 prepared spread for rolls, bread.
and biscuits, and in. Its dcliciously
over your potatoes or vegetables.
Murderers Get Prison Terms
LONDON (WNS) The ex-
ecution in the Soviet Union ol
eight Russian: ol German extrac
t ion foi ha' in in en invoh ed in
.he murder ol 3,600 Jews was dis
veek ii
lost said t fi.it three
other .en 15
Teen-Agers Will March
Danny Thomas Teen \ ers'
March for St. .hide's Children's Re-
search Hospital will be held Sun-
Sept. 11. from 1 to 5 p m.
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New Members
To bo Entertained
Sisterhood of Temple Ner Tarn-
id will entertain at a member
bring-a-member luncheon on Thurs-
day noon, Sept. 8. at the home of
Mrs. Herman Shaw, 1255 Daytonia
Rd. Sponsors and new members
will be guests of Sisterhood.
Mrs. Era Rosenfeld. membership
vice president, and Mrs. Jack Yass
man are serving as co-chairmen of
the afternoon Committee members
are Mrs. Louis Cohen. Mrs .lack
Shaw. Mrs. Harry Glazer, Mrs
Harry Chester and Mrs. Philip
Randman.
President is Mrs. Carlton Blake.
adding a luscious flavor to them.
Best of all. it fries your foods
light and golden, easy to digest
and even spreads smoothly when
ice cold.
Because Mar I'arv is kosher 81 d
pareve, it can be used at all meat
or dairy meals. Try it soon, and
you'll see why homemakers across
the nation have shopped for Mar-
I'arv. the variety margarine.
Philadelphia Cream Cheese
The name Kraft stands for good
food and good food ideas, and one
product that has no trouble living
up to this premise is Philadelphia
Brand Cream Cheese. This taste
treat is delicious on its own and
also lends itself to a variety of
serving ideas.
This year. Rosh Hashona comes
before a weekend, and the entire
family will be home with their
holiday appetites What better way
to start the holiday than with a
hearty combination like cream
cheese and lox on a fresh bagel?
For lunches, let the kids and
Dad make their own favorite sand-
wich, starting with Philadelphia
Cream Cheese, ol course it's great
with jelly or olives or tomato
slices, or any one ol a do/en food
delights.
For dinner. M 0 t h e r can use
cream cheese in a va riel y ol
canapes, or on a special occasion,
such as Rosh Hashona. she can
make a rich creamy cheese cake
For these and other recipes look
on the back of the Philadelphia
Cream Cheese package. Natural-
ly, you should look on the front
of the package first, and make
sure you see the red circle. That
tells you it's from Kraft.
Flagler Renamed
Beth Solomon
i ler Grai ada Jewish Center
50 NW 51sl PI Miami, has been
renai led B t h
on C o n
ition
'lhe name was
Ihi late
Mr Solomon Is
i
rid charter
men er of the
congrej ation,
Mi l--.nl.i :".'
w,.- an honorary
member of the board of directors
and participated in all functions
and daily religious services tor
the past 18 years.
He passed away last May at the
age of 81.
Formal dedication of the newly
renamed Beth Solomon Congrega-
tion will take place in the near fu-
ture, according to congregation of-
ficials.
Rabbi Aharon Feier was last
week named new spiritual leader
of Beth Solomon.
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Young women farmers are shown using a mechanized 8}
for spiaying a newly-planted orange grove at an experimental
farm settlement in the Negev, northwest of Beersheba.
agricultural development of the area, which is helping :
room for new immigrants, is being aided by the Nat
Water Project, built with the aid of Israel Bond funds. Ii
spraying proceduie shown here, the chemical is kept
tank on the back of a tractor, which is fitted with a spe .
attachment that covers four rows of trees simultaneous/
Mr. fssenberg
Rabbi Arthur J. Lelyveld (left), of Cleveland, O., president of
the American Jewish Congress, is shown with Israel Prime
Minister Levi Eshkol in Jerusalem as they discuss ways of
strengthening ties between U.S. and Israeli Jews. Prime Min-
ister Eshkol congratulated AJCongress for its recent annual
American-Israel Dialogue as a face-to-face encounter on basic
issues between the two peoples. Rabbi Lelyveld headed an
11-member panel that met with 15 Israelis to explore "The
Nature of Jewish Distinctiveness." The dialogue was held at
the Weizmann Institute of Science at Rehovot.
Hebrew Almanac
Free from Wilno
The Wilno Kosher Sausage Co
has in-' issued the new 1966 67
5727' Hebrew Almanac (Luach).
The new almanac has many iin
portanl and interesting features
First, it is | I hen it con
tains the entire year's calendar in
English and Hebrew.
other features are the Fridaj
candlelit hting time tor the eastern.
central and westi rn time zones
'adjusted for daylight-saving time),
all the holidays and fast days, per-
missible wedding dates, important
prayers in English and Hebrew,
and the American and Israeli na-
tional anthems.
This new almanac is available to
the readers of The Jewish Flor-
idian absolutely free.
Army to Take
Over Recruiting
Chores in Israel
TEL AVIV tJTA The I-
rael Armv will take over the Re-
cruitment Division of the Ministry
of Defense as an economy measure
and "in order to streamline admin-
istrative procedures." it was an-
nounced here this week by Z.v i
Dinstein, Deputy Defense Minister
The decision to transfer the re
cruiting offices from civilian con-
trol to the Manpower Division of
the Army command was made by
Prime Minister Eshkol following
a recommendation of a special
committee set up to study the
problem
The Defense Ministry will save
an estimated I 800,000 ($267,-
000) annually from the move
while between 80 and 90 of the
Ministry's 1.400 civilian employ-
es will become "redundant," Mr.
Dinstein said.
ling to
-.-. h ch senior officials ol
ed
-ive reform, incl i Iin thi
of ordi ti plant and
arm- acq pn branches to the
direct control ol the Armv were
carried out.
Contending that such drastic
Changes would -ive the Armv more
than it could handle, the officials
opposing the changes also express
ed the fear that the Army would
be unable to display the necessary
objectivity and that the transfer of
the recruitment functions would
mean giving the Army "complete
and undemocratic control' over all
Israi s in.des from their 18th to
40th years. The officials rcportedlv
accepted the recruitment change
as ;i compromise.
Noting thai the transfer of the
recruitment functions was thi
change decided on for the tune
being, Mr Dinstein said that he
could not perceive ol any possible
reduction in the authority vested
in the civilian section ot the ii"
f( rise Ministry or any increasi in
authority of the Army. He aid the
er will be earned on;
lallv and completed liv the .
:ie ,ii not fiscal year which runs
in'a, di next March.
ss_y;i fltc s^ ftkIi'I
EDITOR, The Jewish Florid i-
A- a devout reader and
admirer ol I>a\ id Schw.ni/
amazed at the oversight
column of Aug. 26.
In relaying the Talmudic -
of Rabbi Judah II a n a -
Schwartz says that m an a
to arouse the curiosity of h
dents, the revered Rabbi call.
"A woman of Babylon gav
to 600.000 people "
With your permission. I
like to correct the scholar!)
nist. The phrase was "A wo
Egypl
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2 p.m., and every Thursda>
p.m.. lor social get-togetlu

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figure It...
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Israelis Caught in Espionage
II.Kl SALEM (UN'S) in-
volvement of two Israeli Jews in
espionage for foreign countries was
disclosed this week in a report
which said that one. Gabriel!
mai. of Tel Aviv, spied for i.. i,
anon, and that the other, whose
name was not divulged because his
conviction Is on appeal from -. i.
tenee. spied for an unnamed
country.
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ember 2. 1966
"^Mniislh fhrSdHan
Page 15-B
Miamians Make Sport Neivs
By JESSE SILVER
Fox, of ("oral Gables, was the only
itea basketball official at the recent
,i! American and Caribbean Claim's which
held in San Juan, Puerto Rico. Fox, who
tesaionaJ football for the New York
.. hi- been recommended to officiate at the
:968 Olympic! in Mexico City. He also may work
,m, | ; American Games in 1967 if he can gel
|wa> from his travel agency. Phil Fox, Sam's
broiler also a basketball referee.
mcr basketball All-American Ix?n Rosen-
blui'; i;! ,u' 'caching at Coral Gables High in
lie may get the basketball coaching job
also Re graduates Ron Green of Vaaderbill
-m,i .- ilarcus of Miami U are playing for the
i .. m the annual M^ami summer basket
ie Both an- from Miami Beach.
v herner 6-7, also of Miami B< ..eh. is an-
ber of the same team. Cherner will
-.ore at Pan-American ColU e in rexas
on He averaged 17 points a game as a

'. aik 6 9. another former Miami Beach
. n.i r. will soon be muki"s a name
(ot .a Florida U. He Bnishod his frosh
with a 25 point. !i) rebound average.
he may he Florida firs! basketball
can i herner. Walk and Al Goldfarb of
i || ..'I olaved oi the same biu'h -ehool team.
lefOM the Chilean soccer delegation
.land for the World Cup matches,
-topped off in Miami to "lay a iocal
The head of the Chilean team was
: i Wainer an orthopedic surgeon. He
''' '' ""'Hi of ii,o Chilean Soccer
nation and the only .lew to hold such a hi
posl He ha- been interested in soccer as a Can
and Organizer (or the past :iO years. He said the
Wainer family left the Ukraine in 1909 to settle
in Chile.
*
Professional football owners Carroll Rosen-
bloom, of the Baltimore Colts, and Max Winter,
of the Minnesota Vikings, are two of the founders
of the new National Professional Soccer League.
The league hopes to begin operating in 1967.
i
Moses Solomon, 65. who was known as the
"Jewish Babe Ruth' and the Rabbi of Swat"
when he played professional baseball, died re-
cently in Miami. Solomon played a total of two
games for the New York Giants in 1923. Manager
John ItkGraw thought he had in Solomon the
Jewish player he was looking for; however al-
though a line hitter. Solomon was less than a
real fielder.
Solomon, a big fellow, also played profes-
sional football in the early days of the game. He
retired from sports in 1928 because of injuries.
He moved to Miami in 1937 from Columbus, O..
and became a building contractor. He supervised
the construe'ion of nearly 200 Royal Castle ham-
burger stands throughout the South.
*
Barney Ross, the great ring champ, and Silver
Star winner on Guadalcanal, is undergoing treat-
ment for his throat at the Veterans Administra-
tion Hospital in Chicago. It would be a good idea
if all his old fans drop him a line and wish
him well.
LEGAL NOTICE
MandelbaumNew
Seminary Prexy
By Special Report
IRK Rabbi Bernard
ias been appointed
t he
of
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the
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th .
i
l the
si miner) in 1946 as
9eminary
He
ts in ; pro-
Sei linarj in 1959.
Catholic Survey Published
NEW Y(U(K (WNS) A study-
published by the University of
Notre Dame under the t.i.i Cath-
olic School- in Action discloses
that fort) r O of tlii i4 519
covered stu said they bore
no prejudices against Jews while
nineteen id they did.
in repl; I ibout their
2 per ci nt -aid
peculiar
was
them, I what
FasceH Picnic
Set for Sunday
R I .-
to
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H
II ol
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Bid t
ic
Leader to Head
Curtiss National
Jerry Leader, her of the
hoard of director: of urtiss Na-
tional Bank of M .. Springs, has
bee n elected
president of th<
bank.
\ cert
public a<
Greater

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CANlOft MOSHl hOJSSVIIS*r
Renowned Cantor,
Koussevitsky, 67
Dead After Illness
NEW YORK services were held here for Moshe
Koussevitsky, one of the world's
leading cantors, who died in his
home in [Jreat Neck, NY. this
week alter a long illness. He was
His 1 id> was flown to Israel
burii I,
Russia, he be-
as the greatest can-
pre-war Poland as chief
, tor the famous Tiomacka
Warsaw. He fled
fi saw winn the *>
. (led the city and e-
. SovU I Union, where
during the war years.
nany concerts in Rus-
thosi yi ars. He (ame to
. Sta
career. Al
he was canto
...

m-" lohr. P. Humphrey, director of the United Notions Division
l Human Rights (center), was teted by the World Jewuh Con-
gress at a luncheon in New York. Dr. Humphrey retired re-
cently from the post which be Bseumed almost 20 y
month. Samuel Bronfmcu: r.:.-.: lunchon ho* ^chair-
man oi the North American Executive Committee ot the W arid
Jewish Congress, presented a dtatian to Dr. Humphrey tor
his "creative imagination and txraent diplomacy write whach
he has sustained the cause of human rights through the vicis-
situdes of international crises and diplomatic conflict. At lett
fa Dr. Mauxico L. Perizweia. WTC permoneal repceaeatative to
the UN. ________
Season Meets
Begin With Lunch
Mrs et "'. i
Miami-Coral Gables Chapter, Worn
en's Divisii < rican -; h
Congress, will be chairman at a
kick-oi meeting Thurs
d i : I I p.m at the
Park Lam Cafi teria
M< mber p sid< ', Mrs.
Russel Winter, will welcome new
members. Mrs. Irving Quartin,
program vice president, will report
on the organization's role during
the summer in combatting the pro-
amendment
would permit voluntary pra]
the public sch I
N THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA, IN PROBATE
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NOTICE TO CREDITORS
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luln d I- i m unj flu mi- nii'i
aandf* which you ma} have against
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luplicale and at provided In Section
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mil*' County, Florida. wni.it: m\ ch
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11 hereof, ur he same
will be barred.
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Miami, Florida
9 S-9-16-23
NOTICE OF INTENTION
TO APPLY FOR
CHANGE OF NAME
Chancery No. 66C8089
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Phi SlJ'lii.i iijjrr.T "
Qreater Miam vill hold a g
meeting ii the home of Mr.s. Myles
Baton, 3305 SW 92r I
day, .Sept. 8, al 8:15 p m.
Program will featuru a panel
dlacusaion reviewing the philan
tbrepic teaeareli underta
Nel\ 1 <
M, Mi i f 801 t >
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i. n .1 ivi.. 1 -1:.
C h alfin, Juslii 1 nplro, 1-
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. ,-tLEFSKY, David, << II. Wi-
ll.. ,1 Aua L* Rivei
.. 1STEIN, Sydm A (ai
lil'j oitli St.. died Auk. Rh
Bide,
riNKEL, Samuel N., 58, of B17 Roth
St il;. d Auk. 27. Rlvi rslde.
SCHREIBER, !(...-.. ?>. .f lidll Ii..:
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S.TRAUSS, Ki.li. :(. 89, i.f Mo 401ll St.,
..a Aiut. 25. Riverside.
KLUBECK. tattle, 82, ..f 1211 97th
fall died Auk. -1'1 K'vi 1 ud<
Holiday Program
Opens Season
Ki inei st (!iiif"r will open its
1966-ti7 ison with a meeting on
evening a: rempl

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of M" 1. tivil ns in :'
will be sue *
Preaident of the chapl
Bernard Celbert
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ELEVENTH JUDlU AL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CnANCERY
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