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The Jewish Floridian
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63 v. : ;
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Miami, Fla

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

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~ Combining TNI JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY
Volume 40 Number 30
Miami, Florida, Friday, August 4, 1967
Two Sections Price 23*
RACI RIOTS
Detroit Jewish
Property Losses
Staggering Sum
Cabinet Weighs Action
To Meet Arab Threat
DETROIT .ITA .Jewish
property loose-- m the racial rioting
(itat devastated -'('uni- of Detroit
this week were put at SfHi.OOO.ooo
out of total loss*"- that may he more
than half a billi>>n dollars
which was Jewish-owned, was gut
led .uid Its -'nek-- of television and
JERUSALEM (JTA) A brief
communique announcing that "po
lit leal and security matters hac!
been discussed was issued here on
Monday, following the third meet
ing of the Israel Cabinet in 24
hours Despite official reticenci
was understood that the Cabinet
sets and musical instruments sessions had been devoted large!)
A whole lei serving the 12th
Street daw atom aiea onee a ma
jor Jewish area, said that :10 Jewish
merchants whom he supplied had
been wiped out. their stores gutted
and their stocks stolen None of
the totavwa* covered by insurance
because underwriters have refused
coverage in the area
Th* dlstui ham i- leached some
of Detroit's finest shopping aica-
in otter parts ,. the city as well
One of the city largest ami most
popular OMuii stores Grinnell i
looted.
Observers stressed the absence
of any manifestation of anti-
Semitism throughout the dis-
orders. Detroit authorities large-
ly discounted the protest nature
of the disturbances, citing the
fact that many Negro civil rights
leaders actively tried to quiet the
rioters, and claimed that the dis
orders were "lawlessness and
hoodlumism."
It was pointed out thai in some
.list i icts, the hands ot looters wi i
integrated' with white and Ne
Continued on Page 3-A
Stalin Flareup On Proposal
For Jews Is Cause Of Death
harmacists, dentists, lawyers and
ngineers had sent declaration
o the Kadi, the Moslem religious
cadei in the (Hd Cit). api
sis oppo ition to the Israelis on the
^unification of Jerusalem and his
lemand that the Old City remain
in integral part oi the West Hank
Eshkol Warns Dissident Arabs
Prime Minister Levi Estlkol Mon-
lay night made note of the mount
\ia!' opposition ami warned
Vrabs in occupied anas n it to
nterfere with the normal life of
iie areas and not to compel Is-
rael "to show its strength
Mr. Eshkol said Israel will re-
main in the occupied Jordanian,
Syrian and Egyptian areas until
peace agreement are signed with
th; Arab states, and will keep in
ihoso '>as all the troops needed
to maintain order.
I he Premier's statement was
The identity of the four men was made on the Israeli radio during
not disclosed bul the West Bank over to inquiries
military commander said they were telephoned b> listeners. Mr Esh
not members ol the Moslem clergy kol was also asked about the situa
[he) are believed to be the men I ^rab refugees He re-
who signed petition calling on plied thai Israel could not solve
i-i,i i to quit the old Cit> of Jeru the
to conditions in the occupied areas
including long term planning as
well .is measures to counter rising
opposition among the Arabs
The arrest ol four Arab notables
m the Old Ot) oi Jerusalem Sun
day nighl was believed to be a
direct consequence of the Cabinet
discussions The four accused of
subversive activities against the
Stale of Israel were arrested after
midnight, given time to dress and
pack belongings and taken into de-
tention pending their assignment
o lodgings in outlying villages
under police supervision
salem
ten \
and the West Bank terri-
law. Ion up his part) card
threw the piece, in Stalin's faci
said the News
The report said that Stalin then
turned purple with rage Mikoyan
tedly, told stalm the Red Army
had been told to encircle the Krem-
lin ii the Politburo members did
not leave within an horn after
entering The storj said that stalm
then ordered Lavrenti Beria, se
cret police chief, to arrest all the
scum here Beria refused and an
nounced his support of Mikoyan
Stalm ro-e from his chair, accord
ing to the account began scream
ing incoherently and fell uncon
-cious An hour later, physicians
pronounced bun dead
/ \ Chagatk Stamp
l NITKI) NATIONS. NY UTA)
-DETROIT UTAl Joseph
Stalin died 14 yean ago of a
caused when the Politburo oppos
ed his proposal that all Russian
Jews be expelled to Siberia, the
Detroit News reported tin- ue,k
from Washington
It attributed the information to a
secret State Department report
The News claimed the report
came from a Soviet defector w ho re
ceived the info.:- tion from Anas
tas Mikoyan. who witnessed Stalin's
death according to the report
Mikoyan was Fust Deputy Prime
Minister.
The Story aliened that Stalin
called a secret Politburo meeting
to announce a campaign against
the JeWS.- He said measures should
be taken to deport lews en masse
to Rtro Bid lac in Siberia Stalin
was .quoted a- -aynii: 'the Jews
will be kept hermeti u ally isolated -cues of s,\ postage stamps corn-
then. Ttey nevei will be able to memornting the 8(Hh birthday of
come out'- Mil'K'iy.m is s.,i,| t ha\e Mare Chagall, the Jewish artist
objected say mi: the Communist Each of the stamps will reproduce
movement abmad wouKi lose sup one section of the stained-glass
port and Stalin would be coiitinu window at the tinted Nations head
ing Hitler's poluu-s i.a/ar Kagano- quarten executed by Chagall in
vich, only Jewish member of the memory of Dag llammarskjold. the
Politburo and Stalin's brother-in-' late Secretary-Genenl
It was learned that five Arab
professional union- the doctors,
refugee problem unilatei
but would contribute know how.
planning and i ven money." once
an international solution of the
Continued on Page 6-A
Israel Balks At
Gen. Bull Proposal
JERl SALEM fJTA) Israeli |
sources indicated Monday that Is
rael probably would not be able to
along with a compromise pro-
posal oflered by it Gen Odd Bull.
Secretary General U ThantS repre-
sentative for cease fire affairs, for
determination of the cease fire line
between Egypt and Israel.
Gen Bull original!) had asked
both countries for signed maps
to the UN. observers their ver-
sions of the cease-fire line and
the U.N. observers would then
determine which version was cor-
rect. The Israeli position has
been, however, that the cease-
fire line must be mutually agreed
upon and the demarcation lines
accepted by both sides without a
third party acting as arbiter.
Israel reportedly gave Gen Bufl
The United Nations will i-sue a 5nowjng the lines they held Israel to understand that Israel would
Complied but Egypt refused The
r N official then suggested that a
line down the middle of the Suez
anal be considered the cease lire
line The Egyptians refused that.
too
Now Gen. Bull has suggested
that both sides should hand over
agree to another proposal he had
made that both Israel and Egypt
refrain for one month from sailing
then vessels in the Sue/ (anal
lien Bull has been told that Israel
would accept either of two condi
tions that both sides have the use
of the canal or neither
U.S. UNDECIDED
Rusk Says
Arms Sale
Peace Link
WASHINGTON (JTA) Sec
retary of state Dean Rusk, in i
television interview, said that n >
deci-ion- had been taken on -a,
ol arms to Israel, and that the A I
ministration now sees this matte
i- part of the general Stabilize
ion of peace in that area He
aid that the President had pre--. I
'or limitation of arms shipmi
to the Middle East There wa- i
nroblem, he said, if outside sources
-hipped arms to the region, poin!
nit that munition- received '
pi Sy i ki and Algeria ere)
a problem not only for Israel
other Arab countries
Mr. Rusk indicated that the
question of arms for Israel has
been kept under study and has
not moved forward from its
status of about two weeks age
when it became known that the
issue was being examined. His
implication that the supply o*
arms to Israel was now tied tc
the question of regional peace
was the first hint that the Ad
ministration is using the supply
of war materiel as a lever ir
efforts to produce a settlement
Commenting on the Soviet ship
men! of arm- to Egypt, Mr Rusk
said he did not think it was reason
able to expect that the situ.r
would have been left where it w .1.
at the termination ol hostilities,
when the Egyptian air force had
been decimated He said some re
supply was to be expected But he
admitted that it was undesirable
that the resupply be built up to -
point when- 1 new set of tensions
and a "new round of hostilities
might result
The Secretary said he did not
"attach too much military signifi-
cance" to the presence of Soviet
naval ships in Egyptian ports. He
said the situation would be care-
fully watched, but he pointed out
Continued on Page 6-A
RESOLUTION CALLS fOR ARMS BALANCE
Torczyner Re-Elected President Of ZOA
.
JERUS.-M.KM IWNS1 The
Zionist Organisation of America
concluded its Tilth nibilee coincn
tion With the re election ol Jacques
Torctyner ol New York to the pres-
idency and adoption of a series of
resolutions. among them one call
ing en the tinted States govern
meat to lestore the aims balances
in rb* Middle Fast
slighting the closing dinner
of the convention at Tel
Avt* was presentation of the ZOA
Tkaodor Heril Award to Presi-
dent Zalman Shaiar.
The resolution on the arms situ
ation said it was "rapidly deterior-
ating in tavor of the Arabs through
the inflow of large qualities of
Russian arms
In another resolution the con
vention termed direct Arab Israel
negotiations a* "the only means
toward a lasting peace."
Apropos Jewish immigration to
Israel, th* parley recorded hope
that the government of Israel
would make all facilities avail-
able to American immigrants
and investors.
The convention also voiced con
cern over the Jewish situation in
the Soviet Union and called on the
Soviet government to grant its
Jewish nationals the same riuhts
given to other minorities in the
country
Addressing one of the conven-
tion sessions. Brigadier Ezer Weil-
mann told the more than 1.000
delegates that Israel s strategic po
-ition was never as good as it is
today" and that "no Arab arm)
in the foreseeable future could
manage to expel Israel from its
present positions The only major
drawback in our present situa
tion. he added, is the lack of
large scale Jewish immigration
from the Western worlda situa
tion which must find an eaily so
lution."
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Friday A rusl 4
Smith, Arkin Named Chairmen
Federation Budget Committee
Formal announcement of Harry
B. Smith's appointment as Chair-
man of the Greater Miami Jewish
Federation's Budget Committee
was made this week by Leon
Kaplan. Federations president.
At the same time Mr. Kaplan
also announced that L. Jules Arkin.
also a long time member of the
Budge) Committee, has been ap
pointed Vice-Chairman of the Com-
mittee
Mr Smith ha served the last
two yeai> as Vice-Chairman of the
Budget Committee, and previously
serv< i as .> Chaii man ol
el Stud} Committees
Mr Smith Is Associate Treasurer
ol Feden l past winner of
it> President's Leadership Award, urer of Mount Sinai Hospital's Sus-
He has been a Co Chairman of ihe taining Board.
Combined Jewish Appeal's Lawyers
Division, and past President of
both the Miami Beach Bar Associa-
Harry Smith
Jules Arkin
lion
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Mr Kaplan commented that
"Federation wai indeed fortunata
to have available two such ex-
perienced and able youn] men
read;, to assume these important
posts "
Fi leration allocates a 1 m o -1
national and overseas agencies The
S2.000.000 annually to over 40 lo-
al, national and overseas agen< ies
the Combined Jewish Appeal cam
pai*,n, and t>- i ited E w
Israel Victory Coin
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Page 3-A
RACE RIOTS
Detroit Jewish
Property Losses
Staggering Sum
Continued from Po, 1A
ra working together to em^tj the
shops
Victim* o! the disturbances in
eluded a number i lews who
had continued to reside in the
Former!) Jewish Dexter district
This section wss heavilj damaged
in the rioting and three elderly
- wen' left without fi"i or the
of tting it !
.],: ,-h Community Centi-i the
j and Children's
hii
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ippl for distri-

A drop-off station for clothing,
non-perishable foods and other
supplies 'or victims of the dis-
o'cif" was set op at the Jewish
i tl rtil jnd Myers. Staff
members of the Jewish agencies
I volunteer servic* at the
downtown interfailh emergency
ctn'er set up by the Jewish Com-
munity Council, the Archdiocese
cf Detroit and the Protestant
SELLING OUT
iOSt OUR IEASE
200 Guijii Iron S9 95
100 Drurm from $4 95
50 Bjnd Iniliumrnti from 51 5
30 AmpM.in from $19 50
1C OOu piecM thMI muwc from 1 50
2 000 .lion org bool fro-n 2 50
MUSIC ACCESSORIES UP TO
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Phone Jf 1 3595
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and assist the riot victims.
None of the Jewish community
buildings was damaged in the con-
rations or bj mob action and
all Jewish community offices were
open and functioning Programs in
the Jewish community centers
resumed after being bus
pended
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pointment of David Ginsburg, a
Wa hington attorne) as executive
director of the Special Presiden-
tial Commission on Racial Dis
orders which was established last
week Mr Ginsburg, a partnei in
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1940s ii. is consul for the Israel
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Israel's Key Word
Is Still 'Aliyah'
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and evaluated
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needs. Fl

! and in the Diaspora,
importance ol
.' .: I Israel. It ..
I a balo But it is
to solve. The p I i
I Sta she contl
ill be a wi lucated and thoroun:
professionalized This group has
mend for Israel only li it is aw
rfully absor;>'i But lh if very profe.--
lakzatton presents problems. A similai
of well educated and professionaltee:
II youth is bong (rained m its univer
I must be coordii rt< I
I -.;:.: i litivi
The second ::.^;cr emphasis on
I I A the i / [sro Is the attraction ok
inve knent capital to Israel for tlie devior-
menl and expansion of new industry. The
rtant factor is that aliyah programs and
inve knent plans must fcx coordinated,
Inter-rel rted. It is the no-..-
industry that can provide the new profossior a!
jobs for the educafc d youth of Israel, both
I > an ; th. The combination
of i :'" industry and aanogeuj
will provid //ill be the ans
t troubl-
attracting aliyah from |
ally p n lz I." Mrs. Halprin said.
trained n imert must h*> provi *
with Hi pporturrittea for successful abs
ih v must b*> provided with i
' > airing a transition | 'riod of adjustm-
and this will bo done through Govornm
Age cy cooperation in a new program r:
rental housing available. Government is
also considering providing relief from customs
and oth"r fixation for newcomers until th
.tablishod themselves. Israel is no-.v
i mixing that those two lacks have in 'he
aliyah; this as;
..on the
iti
k .. word in Israel today." she
ted is 'a iyah It d ties the tl
: id of all who
con em id for futui The country is
of the lews cf I
world to the is exultant c.
absorbs the six thousand volunteers
helj ssible.
"But." she v
onveyed to the Prime i and ol
he outp:
is still going on, loes
aliyah lomori the c
it. It does give a new hope to 1st
:. But '.-
;ally highlights is the need foi
thorough analysis and evaluation of the : .
tives that brought the volunteers to 1st i
that we car. learn how best to harness I
Jewish identifications, and the love for 1st
that the act of volunteering signified.
State Department Magicians
- The magicians in our State Departn
whose unchanging climate from admit-istra-
tion to administration is one of the most bisarre
developments in our political life would hove
us believe their magic wand of semantics.
This and this alone is the meaning of the
recent testimony by Secretary of State D
Rusk urging continuance of American ship-
ment of arms to the Arab countries. H:s mo-
tivation was that continuance of that policy
would tend to polarize instead of drawing
together the Arab states. But what that logic
fails to consider Is the fact that if the Arabs
get arms from both the Russian bloc and from
us while Israel is precluded from gett. \
enough weapons to counterbalance the Arab
acquisition, the Arab leaders will be tempi I
anew into a war that could engulf more ||
that area alone.
American policy in that part of the world
:dubitably predicated on the premise that
it is dictated by American interests. Is It
the interest of the United States to see I
Arabs being armed to the teeth while Irrael
is the victim of embargoes and a suspen.
policy by our Own government?
If both we and the Soviet Union provide
the Arabs with arms, the result will be an
escalation in Arab weaponry we some day
may regret.
Mattvr at tart
U VSHIN
nit little
'

Him atii ah i
inn to

.
ti n*d about -ik h thing* It
not take a
of the imagination re the
fjr (mm 'lim 1
nor like Reagan taking
Mmilar fear
-. nty h\ Detroit. b> Newark, by
Stokel) Carmichael's Havana
proclamation of a "fight to the
death' by "urban guerrillas"
anrt all the real of '
Another Outbreak
Suppose there is another big
scale outbreak ol N< gro violence
(which is all too likel) in Oak
land, or San Francisco or in th>-
trill-simmering, lUII-cordM Watt-.
district of I"- Angeles Suppose
that Reagan takes the kind of
brutally repressive action that hi-
"mad docs" statement point
toward
Horrifying though this msj be
and it ia very horrifying! a
single episode of thi- all too 1111
aginahlc type could -" quite far
to change the whole existing pat
tern of American politic !
Iiminary poll results in fact show
such a pattern of angry apprenen
Sinn among most white Ameri
cans, that one must conclude :il
most anything can happen in the
present climate
Riots-Aid
The woolier white lil>erals and
the Negro left wingers are mean
while proclaiming that the riots
aid the Negro cause, by drawing
attention to the Negro plight.
There is even beginning to he
some evidence *hat the Negro left-
wingers are playina an active
role in provoking the riots
Another Carmichael statement
in Havana, that "in Newark we
applied war tactics of the guer
rillas." actually seems to hook
in rather directly to a remark
able report in life magazine
This is an eyewitness account of
an organized group of armed
snipers with Interview! with some
of the group's members. These
snipers, half of them outsiders,
played a major role. Was- this
sniper group Carmichael's we"?
One wonders
In other esses in Hartford's
lesser disorders in mid-.luly, for
instance there have been
indications of planned provoca-
tion by organized criminal ele-
ments, who profited thereafter
from goods looted from the
stores One has more respect for
the gangsters, with their crass
but not illogical aim. than for
AISOP

I he l iM
i -i i
Ihemselvi
Ihe ol
similai evi
ited ''i1 The nomi -
i
Negroi

N h a .
\,
And that is onl)
ui the storj
We shall no) know the storj
real end for some y< an But il
i- .it least i lear that the I
ocs "i the ghettos can onl\
look to the cities in which tbe)
live for aid and education and
public services and most other
thin the) need And it i* equal
|\ clear thai Detroit and Newark
and the other cities Involved
are going to be far more terribly
damaged in the long run than
thev have been damaged al-
Emigralion
in every jhetto-city emigrs
lion In the suburbs ot white fami
lies with children h.is begun to
he accompanied in recent years.
in .mother even more dangerous
kind of emigration Business and
industrv, commerce and hanking
have also begun In move to the
v lute suburbs And after th.'
riots of recent weeks, these two
k*nds of emigration are all too
likely to become headlong flights

The ghettos will still be there
in the center city, but the t..\
base of the center eitj already
so inadequate, will he appallingl>
shrunken And how then is the
center citv even with "black
power" in cit\ hall eoing to help
the tragic people of the ghettos'
Yet the-e social and economic
consequences of the riots are
as nothing, compared to the poll
tical conseouences that mav well
he produced if the outbreaks of
rioting continue Already, too
many normallv decent white
Americans are beginning to talk
like South Africans
Talk Turkey
In these circumstances, the
Negro leaders have a duty to talk
turkey to their people But in
these circumstances, above all.
the leader* of white America
have an even more difficult duty,
to stop twaddling as they have
done for so long, and to begin
taking those practical actions
which have some hope of produc
in- practical results it is infinitely
harder to do this now than it
would have been 10 years ago
But it must be done, or the
flames in the ghettos will engulf
all that this Republic stand* for
and aspires to.
' op>rljrfal (o) i"; Tha Waahuiaton
l-.-i <.. I.i-irll.ui-il t>j I,,- Angrlv*
Ton.- Syndics**


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* lewisli FhrkMain
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Temple Israel Schedules Array
Of Talent For 1967-68 Series
An international array of noted
Jewish authors, educators and
rabbis, as well as leading Christian
Authorities, will be the 1967 68
guest lecturers at Temple Israel
ol Gnater Miami's Sunday Morn-
ing Lecture Series, it was an-
nounced this week.
The American Jew and HI*
World" will he the theme of the
.nnual Kuaene and Shirley (Irecn
field Institute for Adult Studies be-
ginning October 2!) and contmumu
for 20 weeki at the Reform Jewish
synagogue m downtown Miami
I eading Jewish novelists, such
,s Isaac Bashevis Steger snd Elle
Wl,-.i educators ImHudlng I aui
Goodman and Or Bruno Bettcl
heim: Christian theologians, among
hem Harvard Kn heeologisl Dr.G
KrnM, Wright. Dr Paul Lehmsnn
, inion Theological Seminary, and
MomenUim and Message" on Jan
7. 1968. will l>e Habbi Jacob A
author philosopher, of Baltimore -
Temple Beth El. On Jan. 14. Prof.
Paul Goodman, educator, author
and social critic takes as his sub
ject. "Jews and Protest." Presi-
dent of the American Jewish Con
gress, Habbi Arthur I.vlyveld, of
Kairmount Temple. Cleveland, will
speak Jan. 21 on "A New Philoso-
phy of llittvab." "Ethics'" will be
discussed Jan. 28 by Dr. Paul Lch-
mann, of Union Theological Semi
nary, and i S .1 of Loyola Seminary
Feb. 4. Dr. David Polish. Rabbi
.i Beth Emei. Evanston, 111., will
tpeak on "The Dead Cannot Praise
God Feb. 11. Rabbi Richard Ru-
benstein, author, of Hillel Founda-
Pittsburgh, ill have the topic
'GodLiving or Dead?" On Feb.
18. Rabbi Alvin Reines. Professor
if J wish Philosophy, Hebrew
Unit n College, "ill discuss "Reform
Judaism as a Liberal Religion."' To
be discussed Feb. 25 by Rabbi
Geoi te LieSerman, of the Central
Synagogue of Nassau County, New
York, will be "The Jews of Russia
March 3, Rabbi Herbert Weiner.
of Temple Israel. South Orange,
N.J.. will take as his topic "Re
form Judaism in Israel" Match 17
"The Individual in Mass Society"
will be the subject of Dr. Bruno
Bettelheim. a noted psychiatry au-
thor, and director of the University
of Chicago's Orthogenic School. To
speak March 31 is Rabbi Jack
Bemporad. director of the Commis-
sion on Worship. I .MIC. His topic
will be "Judaism Confronts the
Challenge of Science and Technol
OgJ The last speaker of the series
is to be French B'nal B'rith lxtui
er Michel Salomon. His subject is
to be "Does European Jewry Have
,i Future?"
-
0. JACOB MARCUS
Noted With Hittorion
Ft Robert Johann S.J I
Seminar) Rabbis Arthur i elyveld
Jacob Marcua snd Richard Ruben
stein, are among the guests im
i.\ Pi Joseph R Narol to speak on
Ihe Greenfield Institute's program
The Institute Series is being
made available to the general DUD
lie for the first time. Dr Narot
said, in order that both the Jewish
and Christian community can
share in "the greet scholarship
and learning which trill be brought
to Ihe Greater Miami area this
DR. BKUNO BimiHUM
outstanding educator
b) Ihene outstanding speak
r"
The Lublin Institute calendar
i let 28 Dr Ja< ob Marcus, Rr i
lessor ol Uistor> Hebrew Union
College will speak on "An old
People in a New World The Ro
mance ol the American Jew On
\ox 5 Rabbi Joseph K Narol s
\\ hen J idaism Dil
I No> 12th, Dr Finest
Harvard Univei sit;
Divinil) Si hoi 11 sp ->k on
oi \i chai olog) in the Not
So Holy Land mo ir Liebn
pxpi it on Latin America, ill speak
SJo\ I'm i on ihe Jews "t Mex
N >< 26th will be
author File YA sel "hose topic
w.il be I he Ei rnal (Jueatioi
i ing and < lo l
Author Isaac Bashevis Singer is
to speak Dec 3 Subject M\ Phi
losoph) as a Jewish Writer." On
Doc 10 Milton Himmelfarb, of
ll Institute of Human Relations,
American Jewish Committee, has
is his topu- "Jewish I iberalism
its Origins Causes and Prospects'
followed on Dec 17 by Rabbi Ber-
nard Martm. Abba Hillel Professor
of Jewish Studios, of the Western'
Reserve University, speaking on
Buber Heschel. Kaplan "
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l 1967
Paga 7-A
MAYOR ABBA HUSHI. :!, of Haifa. Israel, extends an
official welcom- Kahan and Rabbi Leon Kronish,
:inq of a group of ISO Miami Israel Bond leaders on
Regel pilgrimage to In
Arms Sale
Peace Link
Continued from Page 1 A
that the United States hat reach
ed tome point of understanding
with the Soviet Union at the
United Nation*, and that indi-
cated that the USA did not
view the naval presence with
great conern. He predicted the
Middle East issue would go b. to the United Nation* Security
Council after the forthcoming
Arab summit conference.
Mr. Rusk was asked aboul secret
loans through the Export Import
Bank to finance arms lor under
developed countries He defended
this policy, stating that the govern
I ment was mindful of whether such
transactions would precipitate aim-
races with neighbors He said thai
some who opposed the IS sell
arms to various countries were
"passionate against our undertak
inc responsibilities foi Ihcir de
fense."
Items Of Interest
Paul H. Marks has been appointed Host Chairman for the national
convention of Pi Lambda I'hi Fraternity to !>< held at the Americana
iioici from Wednesday, August 23rd through Saturday. August 26th
He will he assisted b> ;i steering comnuttie of 12 local alumni .
Savings increased in the 139 savings and loan associations in Florida
bj I record $418 million during the lirsl half of 1W7. the Florida
Savings and Loan League announced For the third time in as
many years Dr. Mervin H. Needed. Chief of Staff of the North Dade
General Hospital, will spend two months service with Project Hope.
Doctor Needell has previously spent time in Weal Africa and Nicaragua
and will 1m- in Colombia, South America, during this tour of duty Its
purpose Ul to develop medical skills in underdeveloped countries
which invite us participation
Sigmund Dawer, w;i~ awarded ;i Plaque Of Merit at the recent
B'nai is nth Centennial Convention1 in Washington, for selfless
activity m building the strength and service of B'nai B'rith through
greatei membership." He also accepted a Plaque for William
Einhorn Both men are \io presidents of the Gold Coast Ijdge
2808, Miami Beach Adoption of federal gun control legislation
would help reduce the possibility Of future urhan insurrections. Florid*
itor (iconic A Smothers, supporter of federal action to control
indiscriminate sale of firearms, said.
Dade County School Board member Jack D. Gordon has been
named by the Education Commission of the States to serve on the
finance study Advisor) Committee which will study methods of
financing elementary and secondary education Congressman
Claude Pepper said he has been assured by Blue Shield of Florida
that its processing Hum foi Medicare bills has been cut to two and one
half week- If anyone in Florida has not had action on his claim within
three weeks I hope be will write to me and let me take his case up with
Blue Shield and with the S icial Security Administration."
Airman Third Class Jane L. Cohan, daughter of Mr and Mrs
Cohan Miami has been graduated st
A \\ H I..i I s \it I .,i ,-,
^l,ci Pen Gurion:
"War Not Over"
Guesl ,ii 11r 11 i given
foi t In m l.i -t Saturdaj
n ht in lil Aviv bj foi
mei I Minister Da\ id
Brn-tiu i in were 150 ol
\; i.urn Jew I'll communi
lj loaders
Mui .1. Ihe course ol Ins
remai' B< n lunon de
11.....1 The war is no) yel
trouble .ii Ihe
Canal is a wan
for Hie fuluri While the
\i .ill- have been defeated
n.ice limes, thej believe
I h< j can di I *1 us the
fourth or fifth lime
I he lour i undei Ihe di
m ol sai m Kahan.
utive director ol Ihe
I i iel B.....I (,i animation,
and Rabbi Leon Kronish
The dele .i'i's will meet
head ol government and
ti ;> militai \ i ire of Ihe
Stall ei during ihe
(Heli lu i pilgrin
Cabinet Weighs Action
To Meet Arab lireal
Continued from Page I A
problem was achieved The solu
lion of the refugee problem, how
ever, he declared, must be regional
and with the help of financing by
the international community
Some Israeli observers maintain,
however, lhal on the whole, In-
stances of non cooperation were not
extensive and lhal opponents of
the Israel occupation should not be
treated too harshly.
Arab teachers who have been
using textbooks containing hos-
tile references to Israel were re-
ported to have refused to substi-
tute revised textbooks with the
anti-Israel material deleted. An-
other instance of Arab non-
cooperation is that lawyers in the
Old City of Jerusalem are re-
portedly considering refusal to
appear in Israeli courts.
N.iblus was closed to Israeli vis
itors Mondav because of an Arab
demonstration demanding Israel's
i withdrawal ot milltar) forces from
occupied areas
Threatening Leaflets
In Jerusalem, Arabic leaflets,
calling on Arabs lo boycott Israelis
in the Old City, were found again
Sundaj night The leaflets warned
lhal "collaborators" would gel then
'jusl deserts" when the Arabs re
conquered Palestine
At the same time (our Old
City Arabs were remanded for 10
days in Magistrates Court for
distributing leaflets with a simi-
lar content. They were a doctor
and his brother, a teacher, and
two 22-year-old men. Informed
sources said that, while the leaf-
lets did not originate in Jordan,
they did reflect West Bank "Pal-
estinian nationalism" inspired by
Nasser-directed propaganda. The
doctor and the teacher had been
jailed by King Hussein, before
the June war, for nationalist ae- noiiiiceinent, it was said, together
tivities. with long-term economic planning
. for ihe area which now has craah-
Informed Israeli sources indical ,, |in<,lv Wl,llld dispe| ,ny
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it plans to remain in the West Banh dents might have about cooperat-
area, in view of the intransigence irgj with Israeli authorities out of
of tin Arab rulers about direct rear of retribution If the area van
peace talks with Israel Such an returned to Arab rule
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fll. Hit I J Rabbi Litenatsky Receives Degree
AOuDATH ISRAEL. 7801 Carlyle Ayr
Orthodox. Rabbi Isaac Evor
a/>avat shal'om conoreoa-
TION. 8SS SW 67th Ave. Orthoo.
Cantor Morns Birr.
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ANSHE FMES 2533 SW IStti Avo
Conaervativa. Emanuel Kushelwitz,
president Cantor Sol Pakowitz.
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SETH DAVID 2625 SW 3rd Avo. Con
earvative Raboi Sol Landau. Caitor
William W Liooon.
ETH EL. 500 SW 17th Avo. Ortho
. Rahbi Solomon Schiff.
1ETH ISRAEL. 770 40th St. Ortho-
don. Rabbi Berel Wain.
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ETH JACOB. 301 Washington Avo
Orthodox. Rabbi Snmaryahu T
twirsky. Cantor Maurice Mjmchn.
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ETH KODESH. 1101 SW 12th Avt.
Modorn Traditional. Rabbi Max
Shaoiro Cantor Ben'amin Ben.An
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ETH TFILAm 935 Euclid Ave. Or-
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EETH^TORAM '64th St and NE 1 ltn
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ISRAEL 547 E. Oakland Park Blvd.
Rahbi Philip Chaiton Cantor Theo-
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HALLANDALE JEWISH CENTER.
126 E Haliandaie death Blvd. Max
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isv LAKE SVNAOOOUe 11151 NE
'8th Ave. Orthodox. Rabbi Jonah
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TEMPLE ADATH YE5HURUN. Con.
aervative. 1025 NE 183rd St Miami
Gardens Rd. Rabbi Milton ScMinsky.
Cantor Maurice Nau.
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HOLLYWOOD TEMPLE SINAI. 120'
Johnson St Conservative Rjbti
David Shap.ro Cantor Yehudah
He.lbra.m
SRAELITE CENTER "75 SW 25th
St Conservative. Rabbi Avrom L
Drazin. Cantor William B. Nussen.
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JACOB C COHEN COMMUNITY
SYNAGOGUE '532 Washington Ave
Orthodox Rabbi T.bor H. Sterr
tor Meyer Engel.
KNESETH ISRAEL. 1418 EuClld Ave
O'thorlox Rabbi David Lehrf.eio
Cantor Abraham Seif
o
MINYONAIRES SYNAGOGUE
Bird Rd. Modern traditional. M.iv
W. Temchin, president Crntoi Louis
Cohtn
i T p m Satin
,i .1 -ii
a
0HEV SHALOM. 811 Normandy Or
Orthodox. Rabbi Ph.nas Weber-
man.
SEPHARDIC JLVV.Sm CENTER 64*
Collins Ave. Rev Cantor Sadi Nah
miaa.
#V a v v it i ic i* / *Jclevis io n f~^i
roc/rams
Aug. 6 Ch. 7. 10 a.m., Still Small Voice
Hott Rabbi Ralph Kingsley
Topic Law* of Mourning
A TASTE OF HEBREW'
aveieafea" by THE TAKBUTH FOUNDATION rOt THE ADVANCEMENT OF
NEIXfW CULTURE and the AMERKAN JEWISH PRESS ASSOCIATION
Miter: Or. Shloaao Keatsa
SlimucI. v.hat are \vxi doing this
eNenmg'.'
In the evening I am preparing
lessons.
Ruth, v.hat are yom doing in
the evening''
la the evening I lake a Mioll If.)
in the park.
I hat's good. I. too. would like to
take a walk in tlie park in the
evening but I am very bu-y.
I ha\c no time Io lake a ulk.
I am also vei> busy
but I lind time
IO work and 10 stroll.
YOU arc vcrv rfctjlt.
A pcr-on muM find time
Io uoik M WOll at Io alk.
Wh) don I you find the lime?
BsrtllSf I vvork during Ihc djy
and I Mud) in Ihc afternoon.
I hat's pealK more than enough.
.n-Mjne* ;=" rigs
?s-7 rfriy r* r.z ,.--
Ois r.^B= *; zy;z
* ** *> *tt
I > 1% m im m i
.Iota 'rssy ;k -sk
. ""I '"
\.T: FJJJ i r.
-"w- -. .. sk, m%
' ';'*"* "- -
;: rytfa *; l=k
.r*B* zr. "'sg? =;
j^l Ki-~: -;s s-.rt
="x mZ"; ':*? ':--
:'"?" *3H1 '-;" ="
^OlR UK IIONAK\ I OK loim
I find (f I
*OU are ugh I ii )
parson
to Ii nd
really
moie than enough
ntrjra *:
nfjtri
no ufl*
evening M. 1 prepaie MroNi i
1 am busy I don't have -* PR
Io lake a jlk -_-
BETH EL OF HOLLY-
1S51 S. 14th Avo. Reform
Rabbi Samuel Jaffa.
l-'i !!..> v !hi s- \ .-|.. r Service In
I.. \ ii.--.-ii Ii.i|.i I :i' v i*. |. in afnrtnti
l. v 1 i.. in p..'i pi. Kldi hi \. ill
I ----
. TEMPLE BETH RAPHAEL. 1545
Jefferson Ave. Conservative. Rabbi
David Raab Cantor Saul H Breeh.
Is .l.l..il:i- S1l.il-l..i* I !.!;> T :' |. Ill tin
Satunli .< m Ralbl K '
I vv ill pi. ... Ii JeViK iii I Ml":
VI T p in lh< Kabbl i III leai II
ili< m r rki Avol
I'l Il .. .. axle th.
..i t r p in
o
TEMPLE BETH SHOLEM of Holly
wood. 172S Monroe Si Conservative
Rahbi Morton Mjiavsky. Cantor Er-
nest Sterner.
o
TEMPLE BETH SHOLOV. 4144 Chase
Ave. Liberal. Rabbi Leon Kromsn
Cantor David Conviser.
Slllllll S..I-I. Il I'r
- I ( 111 L'.l II | -1 -
: i |i in Itiihl I Dmiil Ki
r.. iniu.i
. '..Ml. !..- i.i i
-. 111. -
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TEMPLfc BtTH TOV 6438 SW 8tn
St. Conservative. Rabbi Simon Ap-il
a
TEMPLE B'NAI SMOLOM. 16800 N v\
22na Ave. Conservative. Cantor
Abraham Reiseman.
o
TEMPLE EMANU EL. 1701 Washing-
ton Ave Conservative. Rabbi Irving
Lehrman Cantor Zvi Adler
l'i -I.. .. n K .-
;

TfcMPLE ISRAEL OF GHEATER Ml
AMI. -3^ NE ^th St. Reform. Rabb.
Joseph R. Narot.
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TEMPLE ISKAfcL OF ,'IRAMAR
3500 SW 69th Way. Conservative.
Rabbi liwm Cutler.

TEMPLE JUDEA. 5500 Granadi Blvd
Reform R.ibbi Morris Kipper.
\\ ..r-lni. I
im-intM nl iii
i'-i; .
TEMPLE MENOHAH. 620 7Dth St
Conservative. R.ioi,, Mayer Abram-
owitx. Cantor Nico Feldman.
TEMPLE NER TAMID. 80th St and
Tatum Waterway. Modern Tradi-
tional. Rabbi Eugene Labovitz. Can-
tor Edward Kiem
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TEMPLE OR OLOM. Conservative
8755 SW 16th St.. Miami Rabbi
Ralph Glixman Cantor Benjamin
Ben An
l'ri.l..\ -.ii..- .1 ..in s. rm..|i
MAStSI Itabbl Kwlph lilixniiin will
11 ...nilu. i. I'antor !; iij.iiiiii, i:.n An
\\ ill iiffu i:ui i in Katurdn) si. %.
1 r. mi.in. -..n ..| Mi- ll.in ViiaTlT-
Mi 1..1.M S \\ ITlli Sir. .1. Minml
will l.. liar Mitavati ii IS .. m
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TEMPLE SINAI OF NORTH MIAMI
Temporary office. 18801 NE 22nd
Ave. Reform. Raobi Ralph Kingsley.
ItVarular Rabbatb xervlcea Pridn) al
< i:. p in .! ilu \v aahlnaiton f i
\uilii..riuin. >.: N i: 167th StreeL
North Miami lio&ch In Imu of *-ir-
mnn l:..i.l.i iE:il|ih Klna-Kley will con
' iiiiu.- wnli iii. Informal itlactiiaiinn ..r
I'irk. Av. i. KaytnaTN ..f ih. Path)
s.ii.lmih tuorrUna avrvlrca conducted
bj ilu Rabbi "ii Baturdaj at ii n in
.ii il.. An.In..nun. ,ii uhi.li time Ihc
Torah portion for the week will be
ntUtlll !
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TEMPLE TIFERETH JACOB 851 E.
4th Ave., Hialrah Conservative.
Rabbi Maurice Klein.
r'n.liiv i.ivin- conducted l.v Rubbl
i Maurice Klein at T n.ra rtalurdu)
-. rv leva v. ill begin al I .. m
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TEMPLE ZAMORA. 44 Zamora Avo
Conaervativa. Rabbi Maxwell or-
aor. Cantor Ben Dickson.
TEMPLE ZION. 8000 Miller Rd Con
servativ*. Rabbi Alfred Waxman
o
TIFERETH ISRAEL. 6600 N. Miami
Ave. Conaervativa.
YOUNG ISRAEL OF GREATER MI-
AMI. 90 NE 171st St. Orthodox.
Rabbi Sherwin Stauber. Cantor
Pincus Aloof.
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VOONG ISRAEL OF MIAMI BEACH
1542-44 Washington Avo. Rabbi NaT
tali Porush.
o
TEMPLE SHULUM 132 SW 11th Ave .
Pomp.ino Beach. Conservative. Rab-
bi Morns A. Skop. Cantor Leon
Segal.
Rabbi Stern Reports
I Following a TV report in the
Jewish community of Miami Sal
urday night, Rabbi TIbor ll SUrn
who has jvj-t returned from a visit
Io the Stale (it Isiael. will give
three consecutive reports on inn
. ditaoni in the Middle East tt the
Jaeob (' Cohen Community Syna
i ROjjue 1532 Washington Avenue at
I Sabhath morning lervicei
Rabbi William Zev l.itcnatsky,
13186 I'rairie Ave.. Miami Beach.
.son of Mr. and Mrs. Morris J.
j Litenatsky of Moo|real received
his Master of Science degree at
graduation ceremonies from Barry
College. Miami Shores.
A Secondary Administration
major. Rabbi l.itcnatsky belongs to
the National Conference Day School
Prineipall of New York. He has
I addressed the Zionist Organization
'of America, the National Conven-
tion of Synagogue Youth in Atlanta
and New York in 1966. and the
National Convention of Principals
in New York. 1967.
lie i> member of the Assoda
turn for Graduate Students al Barry
College He pi.hi- mi continuing
with graduate work at Columbia
L'niversit) or Long Island L'niver
sity
He i- presenti) Assistant Princi
pal oi the Greater Miami Hi bn
\. ademj and "ill be leai
Miami the first week in August will
A88/ WritfAM MINATSKY
is familv to become P
oi Mi Shore llelueu \.
.ir.ii Neck New York
Jewish Quiz Box
O. What does one do with the
fringes iTiitiilhi which have
been rendered obsolete and
cannot be ussd any more?
\ fienerall) spe j the
. i ../ ': mcc
Ihej nave b< < n us d
religious pu
Im.. i i
pm po i rhis i itegoi'
plie- lo an> objeel thai ha*
n used for n
purposi such
hi a Palm Bi anch Lull
according lo the i
llalachic authoritii P"n
M dailni The Mahai il ob
served the cusom "t using
tin' si i and n! the spoiled
Tzitzith .i- .i book mark in
some holj book like the Bible
or Talmud Some pi ople
store such obsolete objects
in a special storage place
in a synagogue tailed 'Gem
/ah Others bur) such ob
jectS as liny do with turn
prayer bonks or pagl of
these prayer books in .
-pecial place in the ceme
iiiy. The general rule is that
once an object ha- achieved
a degree of sancity by being
used for a holy purpose, it-
usage can never be assigned
for a lower or more secular
purpose
O. Why if it required to inspect
the condition of ths> Tiitzith
before pronouncing the bless
ina over the Tallith?
A The purpose for this pre
caution is mainly associated
with the blessing itself. If
the Tiitzith were not proper.
the tahth or the Tiitzith
would be unfit for ritual use
and the bleating that is re
cited over the t/it/ith would
then be in vain. It is for-
bidden to recite a blessing in
vain, especially because the
blessing includes the name
of the Almighty and author-
ities have compared the re-
cital of a Meeting in vain to
uiie who might violate the
biblical commandment which
forbids "taking the name of
(iod in vain (ExodUS 20:7)
General!) -peaking it is Un-
kind of precaution that dis
tinguishes the Holy from the
secular. While our approach
to any thing secular may be
either with care or experi-
mental or casual, our ap-
proach to the Holy perform
ances and utterances of life
must be made with precau-
tion and aaturance.
Q. Why do temi insist on stand-
ing in low place to pray?
A This la traced lo the pas
sage m the Ptalmi which
11.nl- "Out of the depths
have I called Thee. (I Lord '
(Psalms no 1) Standing in
.i low i lace is ii at
.i feeling ol h i
w Im pi ays i- aski >t to
humble himself with t hi
thought that be is hell
> For Hi'
hi original \
ii was pi.
in in the
\;< \ !n r.i
ua- coi 'i'i prai '
I into mis
because it led to misui
espet .iih rl
oth<
nt mcaniti. to tut h i
>U II I I .
pi .m i ice this posil
0 What is the derivation o-
the ttrm "Tefilah?" (The
Hebrew word for prayer).
\ Some sa> that the term stems
from .i root (Pillel meaning
to ii to "contend
l'he> draw thi- from similar
words found in the Bible in
the i ate of Phineua (Psalmi
106:301 and other instances
11 Samuel 2 251 where the
inference i-. that the one who
prays is like the attorney Im
fore the court entering his
pleas before the heavenl\
tribunal The basil for thi-
kind of approach is drawn
from the Patriarchs Abra-
ham is pictured as pleading
for mercy before the Al
mighty, arguing that he had
been promised something
and this nrai the ba-is for his
argument (Genesis 32:12. 13>
Hoses, likewise, was pictured
a- arguing the case ol hi-
people before the Almighty.
if course the ordinary in-
dividual is no patriach and
thu- hi- prayer follows tike
language of the Patriach-
and of Moses and other great
figures in .lewi-h Mator)
In a tense, the Jew at prayer
i- an attorney pleading bl-
own ca-e as well as the ca-e
of all the people of Israel,
except that the "judge" has
given him the text of the
pleas in their basic form lo
which he may add In- Own
personal thoughts and ex-
pressions Others trace the
root of the word 'Tefilah lo
i root meaning to "think
Tin- implu-s that prayer -
Bn act of intro-pection which
leads the individual to think
of hi- position and to place
himself in proper per-i"
UV Still Others connect
expression "Tefllah" *itii *
root meaning "to adhere to
01 to ding to." or "to jail
i in- indicates that prayer
i- a mean- of attracting one
-el( in the Almighty and I
cling to him (meaning to ad
hen in In- B/aj -'

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:: iay
August 4. 1967
* Jcnist Jkriafnnr
Paoe 9 A
BOOK REVIEW
svIfmour b. lirbman
reviews
SOLOMON ZEITLIN'S
Rise And The Fall
Of The Judean Stale
Myers, Shevin Top Legislative Polls
As Extended Sessions Draw To Close
imofl ZeitliU The Rise and
F.ill of the Judean State [Jewish
Puhlii ation Sot ii I) i'Mi~ v~ "
2 ol Hi-' authoi > attempted
iti work in the political,
and n iouj history o( the
..... onwealth The pn
thi period from
ii i to 66 i E, one ol Ihe mosl
in the :*"" yeai
leu
/.ritlin co\ ers the pi on inenl
, III Il'
i : < ph in .,,1,1 the
, oth< i figures who high
Phai i
. h i h came t nin i dui
lives The foundations foi
revolutionary idea of a supei
messiah i i e I;ud dui ing
|)i let pel iod
The distinguished professot ol
, i< law ii' I 'i ipsie Co
ii.it II historical develop
is io aid us in understanding
iiurselves we must bear in mind
how vastl) .mil variously (he mes
i< expectation revolutionized
, i -uin wotl iseh How< ver one wondei -
*h> l'i Zeitlin termed Ihe lTtii
Sabbatal "the latest"
the -ili proclaimed redeem-
its \re "' i" forget Jacob Prank
ni ilir lttth centurj
The Rise and Fall of the Judean
State (vol i!i la an important con-
tribution to the Jewish bookshelf
.mil make- for eas) readme, be-"
cauM nf ihe narrative style.
i \si \ GIANT SHADOW
Cast a Giant Shadow In Ted
Berkman J n is h Publication
I) 1967, SaVSS) Ii an edited
ii oi the bostseUer making ii
able [hi teenage readers
ll : the ston ol Colonel David
iMicki > Man us L'.S.A who lost
hi- lite in the fierce battle foi Jeru
salem during Israel's Wai of In
dept ndei i Liberal as ir.nn
Israi efei calling it
I'" nol permil Kirk Douglas
i 'H 'i. .i m -in -i 11.,\ ui
' "II ll Hill
hai ing adnlesi enl i hildren r< ad
'. "i thi man who
thai -. ed I
lerusalem and whose
' alous
The l.....k glamorizes thi
and i v i lie rat i he -i. aspei ts
ol it This foi in ol t ribute exag
it thai is paid to
ty rs
Uhr Elected Regional Head
Special Delivery Messengers
H.ii 'ill i Uhr command) r of
the Abe Hoi rowiti Posl 682 Jewish
\\ ,ii \ eterans and President i i
local Tti National Association i I
Special Deliver) Messengers ol tin
t s Postal Service, was elected
President of Ihe Southeastern !<
gional Association of Special Deli
ii-iy Messengers of the United
States The term of office to run
until Jut) 1969
The local aSSOCMltion Ol Special
Deliver) Messengers affiliated with
AFL-CIO at Greenville, S.C last
month
"v
&&
SSumvrg
\i. mbr
, V inTiil
1 'i'. i irs \
V rtda Km. r.i I
L> low Awn.
J K.O a.
no Imo, I** jlfI
f Three
easy ways
to get YOUR
Zip
Code
B Ask your postman.
Hl.ook at the Zip Msp in
the l)uins pages of your
phone book.
Bll'all your post office.
Always include your Zip
1 ode in your return address
so others can easily Zip mail
to you.
f .SVnt.M ii i sufc';- n-.l-t tn rets-
at.jn *ith Ths cs,i.i.i t Council
Florida's political writers and
legislative* reporters, In a special
poll conducted bj a Dade County
publication, selected Senator Rob-
ert L, Shevin and Representative
Kenneth Myers as the most out-
istanding members of the Dade leg-
islative delegation
The poll asked Ihe 43 accn
newspaper radio ami television
correspondents covering the 1961
legislative session to rate each
Lawmakers Get
Outstanding Honors
With the ei f thi I 167 leg
tun annual VII Moi
.ward
a i I The
.1 this
i nion
lournal i
er>
'I he livid catcsoi ic Most V'aluabl Mem
her in the House Most \ aluable
Member in the S -nate Most Ef
fective in Debate, "Most Effi c
' i\ i- ii on mitl e ( hitst anding
l'i' -iim.in in the Senate and
House and "I lutstandin .: Second
Tenner in the Senate and House
Two Dade Count) representa-
tives, Kenneth M Myers ind lal
Ixii D'Alemberte, received the
awards in the categories oi out-
standing freshman (D'Alemberte!
and outstanding second termer
(Myers
Senator Richard It Stone of
Dade Count) was chosen lir-t run
ner-up in the united Most Out-
(landing First Session Member"
award m the Senate
Two Dade lawmakers. Dick Pet-
tigrew and Marshall Harris, were
chosen as second and third place
winners in the '"Most Effective In
Committee' awards
memhei ol the Dade delegation as
excelli nt good, fair or pom
Sen Shevin. named Ihe "mosl
outstanding member" of the Dade
Senate delegation, also was given
tin highest number ol excellent"
ratings for the Senate, followed
closet) ii> Sen Bdmond Gong
In the House group, Rep Myers
also mas \ oted the mosl out
line." a- well a> receiv ing th
test number of ex ellcnt"
votes followed closel) by Rep
Sandy D Alemberte
Rep Myei was i ited for hav
passed nmre important Ii
flj for his work on
lax 'mental
n. pollut ion com
and retiret
.-in as th
lutstandii i ? Senatoi
, i| i I the i '
i impeti nl ; i sun
i puislal i m_
hi foi lietti Floi ida i.....
: i ation i"
'
Mill,! i his
.' ork
KIHNITH M. MYIRS
outoloon
with us
sO- %" "'
.c>et HBnsjiiii
LOMPABI YUfJN'l

COUNTY NATIONAL
BANK flaa.
7t NE 167th SI'ml.
KOttM I. SMVIH
urhapwproudly stnounce 9f f#< I I vwip*
N F 150th Street and W D..e Highway
NO
LONG
FUNERAL
PROCESSION
-* nit a nwrlwar* and MtjtaMMl
eesneterj in ihe aaaae leiMM. ilwrr >> nc*r
a M^ed for a I>ok and onn-inie trviiia. liHM-ral
prornssi Ill 'l|<;nW i. the !> nMrlMar
hMnc ilii* to. Mtioo advawlage. Ssirely, one imporiaeM
rnasan for tamilir* io rltooae I.ITIU.O'Si > >orili
.Miami eenlei when ihe need ari'-.
FUNERALS BY
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NKVI TO SOI THERM MEMORIAL PAHfc
?S7*SS4 I Kraelwn all lia|>'U
OtV owtiotti jf sftjo*fiaw*. Cei*s- >' *t Btsca.-* B^o hene'eafl'iiW* K;onvtMH Ts'ephan* ."4 604!


Page 10-A
*Jeni*t HufAfeM'
Friday August 4, 1967
VIEWPOINT
By Samuel Goldsmith
Mtfnv Of Press Reports Have Been Exaggerated
L
THE HUMAN PROBLEMS
last month's Arab-Israeli war were
I hire in a press conference held by J B
daway, deputy Commissioner-General of the Un
Relief and Works \
gees He had come to London to ask the British
to increase its contribution to UNRWA
the UN organization conducting relief operations
for the Arab refugees He was understood to have re-
quested Britain to contribute S5.(X.oou to UNRWA
this year That was the sum the British government
e to UNRWA last year, but there had been pi
to reduce the contribution.
After making a personal investigation in mo
the Arab ar Israel folio
moi th's war. the I NRVt \ i ffi il I. hi
i,,u. reports ha I exag erat* I
iituatioi ni :
I
w re too i ces H s
in Kai '
Then reports
Is slat the!
t. the truth u
tween thesi
In Mr
Panorama:
By DAV!D SCHWARTZ
The New Haggada
THE ISRAELIS HAVE
walking around the haggada ha-;
maarvia bank" of the;
Ian. exploring the neu territoryj
ch Israel ha taki
\. the ti rm Haggada >ans th<
r storj us I
Israe
\ tunal Mai |
msntanah?" W Hijgaca
-f Pesach Haggada hamaa-vis?
; .
I
In ,
li- the old II re told that some
would
ini il dawn

in the old days, tin
.. ng M isi
have Mike Wallace an i John Chancellor to tele -
\ known they had to write a Bib! II I
i-li\ ision, but it I
it u ross
In t; tli
Mow i \'\ alter I
ttei lot k vhal

\- "

the Mid
i even nt I he woi' l i
lion It gave V
11 demonstrated ft H r I
espouai > the \
namely, that the small nation is n I t* 'hat
no one or even two greal powers can govern tl
n quotes a famous militai
that evei the atomic weapon have been shown ti b<
ire afraid to use them, kno
h. they are double-edged and i in be used
Aa Uppmann draws conclusions from the Israeli
victor] to sustain his own philosophj the Churchill*.
Randolph and son Winston, in their hook about the rix-
war reveal all the minute strategic planning that
went into the war Dr Wci/mann once >aid, "You have
to .v>rk hard to make a miracle" and >m the
Churchill account that the military mei Israel have
i>< n woi km. verj I long I Bui
eta are all n f thai
and General Mordecai Hod. the Israeli air chief
on intend have bei n telling Egypt just where I
wrong
It maki
my his
kno i
Furtl ei
i
th com pi i
supposed.
was limited The only buildings badlj shot
.. the I sta Viet iria Hospital and the
tWA wan in the Old Citj two i
were systematically destroyed after the war the
art.,- where Jews lived in H>48. where a comment
Oversees Newsletter: By ELIAHU SALPETER
Refugee Problem
Jerusalem
ANE RESULT of Israel- victor}
" over Egypt and .Ionian in the
six da) war as to drop the lo
Palestine Aral.
Lo Is id's Is
raeli le iders ve thai this coun-
try musl so n start a n
.i | nent ...
. i the
trab states
the rel
\ it all Isi aeli 1< thai this i
should dis n> particul
that Israi I has
for 19 years th
creation f th< the first | I
t that I I of the Arab
attack on the ni State in 19
call of the A
es to ieavi temporanl;
for tl lew< Whati ver Is
e the ] en
... in adv. am e but should bi parl
Israi
Ara i -' iti -
(Mhers howe\er belii In i
e and woul lb t. hui
gesture to start some | ol the
rti that Israi
On the Westei
Ian in 194

ii .
Palesti
-
nents
\ I20 1
-
ble lai :
trail
' lion
!'ii |< most of il for-
belonged to the J l to
I Vi
........ v >
!
-


: will have i
.i and the area adja-
Wall Sh ps in the Old Cit) showed
.1 there was .. g id deal id loOtifl -
ing the hostilities
The shortage ol currency has been eased bj
Israel's unification th.' Old and New Cities ol
i .,-,. because now there the Israeli pound is legal tender The merger of the
two part- of Jerusalem h> helpi I a great deal e< i
nomicallj regardless of what our views maj bi ol
the po ispeel ol ty'i i: '"'"> "
The UNRWA official said thai UNRWA'a or
n "has emerged intact from the war. and
our sen-ices are working well We receive verj
effective ci iperation from the Israel authorities
We are n discussing resumption of our educa
tional s< for the refugees "
The problem now." said Mr Reddaway, "ii I i
removi an that caused the fllghl of the i
, Man] fled in eenuine fear The Secrel
General ,niv hn
food nipph<>
..

Capitcl SootligUt:
Bv
MILTON FRIEDMAN
"Noire Of
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Maccabiah Games Set For 1969
AT A MEETING in Jerusalem on June 20 the
Maccabi World Union Executive Committee
decided that some of the events of the Hth Mai
blah Games will he held in newly united Jerusalem
Jerusalem ha- n d I I
Maccabiah Games, the world'- large
ompetition Major events
m 1965, < re held in Ran al i
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promise you that if this decision ii adopted I will
increase th.....sting capacit) of the Universat)
Stadium to The Maccabi World Movement
tl action of (he
laccabl House, for which the Munici-
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He has not yet made his cemetery arrangements. Like other family
obligations, these arrangements must not he overlooked. By plan-
ning ahead, decisions can be made calmly They can be made
without emotional pressure The) can be made wisely. And they
can be made together as a family unit It you have not yet fulfilled
this obligation to your family, ue urge you to do so now. In this
way. \ou can be certain that your family will not suffer needlessly.
MIAMI S MOST BEAUTIFUL ExCl.USVELV JEWlSM CEMETERY
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~afewiisli Floridian
Mian-.. Fiona
August
19r
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U Thant Statement As Bid
To Arabs to Recognize Israel
l NITED NATIONS. N V JTA1
Secretary General U Thant'i
statemenl Sunday that "there i- im
tivi need for making a fresh
search for peace in the .Middle
Easi i lhal the rights of all coun-
tries in the area may be respected"
u interpreted here Monday bj
t \ observer! aa advice to the
\ states to recognize the exisl
>i Israel.
Ph.nit's remarks were made
in the i ourse ol an address in a
i conference oi Quakers at
i i c. N i' review ins the
pi tspects of peace Diplomats here
noted that one <>f the major diffi
cutties in the Middle East situation
was the refusal ol the Arab states
to recognize the existence of Israel
and to accord it the rights of a
sovereign Mate They took Mr
l ham s statement as ad\ ice to the
Irab states to change this stand.
The Arab States meanwhile
were awaiting the outcome of a
meeting of their foreign ministers
at Khartoum to determine their
next strategy moves. It was eon-
Miamians On First
I JA Leadership Mission;
!' and Mrs Earl Wiener u I
r< ned from Israel where they
i ted in ih<- first t nited
tppeal Mission t" \ it i-
i the Mi Idli I".ist crisis
i ted in early June
i .! \ Young Leadei -!. i' Mission
i i "I communit) leadi rs
parti I nited SI
ed at first lui t tl
post m.i! reconsli iction
n lal ion and re* tl lement, all
were di irupti d b> the
\ eli war
lion's local beneficiary agencies
"American Jewry, which broke
all records for fund-raising
throi-jh the United Jewish Ap-
peal's Israel Emergency Fund,
must assume new responsibilities
for Israel's social welfare, health
and education needs in its post-
war periocV said Rabbi Herbert
A Friedrian. UJA Executive
Vice Chairman, who led the
Young Leadership Mission.
sidered likely here that the Arab
states probably Jordan would
ask for a meeting of the Security
Council soon to consider the Je-
rusalem situation in the light of
the two General Assembly reso-
lutions bidding Israel te restore
the former status of the city.
Ambassador Roger Seydoux of
Fiance becomes President of the
Securit) Council for the month of
August suci i eding t li Eth
Ambassador E Makonnen The
\rah states and the Soviet Union,
il was believed, were awaiting the
change in the presidency before
seeking resumption of the debates
m the Middle East situation.
Representatives here of several
Latin American states did not eon
ral their concern and anger over
lie fact that representatives of
Sgypt, Syria and Algeria were tak-
ing part in a "tri-continental soli
darit} conference in Havana, spon
ored li\ Fidel Castro, aimed at
IN PRAYER AT THE WAILING WALL
his : t 1 Holy 1/3 iibor S
spiritual leader of Jacol
M i E ten
encouraging and ass si ing move
n i he erthrow ol
ven i '' in a number ol 1 at in
Vmei lean counti ies Presidi i
er has invited the ci
xt yei
el's humanitarian needs
have fallen on the shouldei
I> Wiener is an AssoeiaU Pro American J< ei Jewish
! Psychotog) and Indus* coiiiiiiitni:ies In the free world."
e University added the UJA leadei "The Is
He has been Co-4 hair xpayers willingly assume
the University o ''. idditiona financial sac
lew maintain their citizen army throu
and for the past five years has the ceasefire thai must t- con
nto permanent pea e < Kn
Mission has seen heartbreak
11 es ol da ma .< ti !>>! di ettle
men Is ami villages which require
bui : repairing and re
building "
Jewish Agency Chairman, I
A Pincus told the UJA Mission
that Israel face- a hard economic
struggle in the trying period ahead
"During this period Israel will nol
be able to fully demobilize and will
have tO strain every effort to meet
the challenge." Pincus said
Pincus emphasized that all pro
grams and projects, for which the
Israel Government had budgeted
funds, had to he cut hack beCBUS '
of war and postwar expenses th v
ir.ust be taken Over by the I ruled
Jewish Appeal and the Jewish
\ encj and other Jewish commun
ities through the free world
I he dim* nsions of the postwar
ire so huge that we must talk
in terms of hundreds of millions "l
dollars. Pincus said
no-iron percales
stay fresh and smooth
i member ol Kedi
mmittee He is .c
\ Mt oi the Jewish \ o
mal Service, one of Pedera
Schwartz Speaks
To Executive Club
lie raid Schwartz, honorary presl
of the Zionist Council ol South
I rids will discuss the continu-
Middlc Fast crisis Thursday,
uat 10. in a speech before the
Executive Club of Miami Beach
The meeting begins at noon at the
Embers Restaurant
Dr Michael Sossui is preeidi nl
of the Executive Club, which meets
weekly at the Embers Schwartz, a
past president of the Miami lit a< I
l" i. e of K'nai li nth i- a former
national and region il executi' e ol
numerous Israel oriented
save on
snowy while
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72 108' twin flat or
Reg 3 49 It makes
to savi s no
iron sfieel Saves y ou I
and keeps your bed lo< -
fresh all .-. o> > Snow wI
80 thread cc
81x108' double flat or fitted, reg 3 99
108x120' king flat or filled, reg 8.99
42x38' pillowcases each reg 99c
42x48" bolster case each, reg 1 59
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PRESIDENT ZALMAN SHAZAR
i o! Miami wh. have lust returned Iron
wish A;
Dr. Wiener v.-
young community lenders from through
ihta fust rt to Israel sin
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LETTERS TO THE EDITOR
Sinai Honors President
Fiftv-\ ear Communism And Jews |
AAKSHAU S. ViMHS
Harris Selected
Vocational Head
I s has been re-
. the Jewish Vo-
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EDITOR, The Jewish Floridian
in n. ei 4this yen the Com
munista are going to celebrate
fiftj yeai s of their regime in Rus-
i rhej are preparing for this
celebration with great fan.....
pounding the achievements and
ni< c essi ol their rule, and using
tliis occasion to try to propa
their system to other people who
are -till willing to buy it Their
sales pitch includes taking credit
for accomplishments and progress
made anyhow, a- a result of natu-
ral evolution.
Is there really some authentical-
ly Communist accomplishments to
paj homage to? Their fifty yens
of Bit tatorship? Keeping their own
people suppr.....- enocidi ither people w ho fell
under their control"" Are these
impli.shmei Is to be proud ol
or cel<
The past fifty-yeai
the i -how ih
it harm I in< b> ( omn n
leonle wl : no ent % bi
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bj thi deportation of millions to
Siberia, where thej were doomed
de This ei a ,- the sub-
ject oi many literar) works, which
i ven to,ir. are being suppret i
'U ;h it i- becoming hut as
v public know led-., through the
effi i' il Russian w rite
Communist leaders always sin-
l l out the Jews as their enemies
and thus the Jews were always
ne'e the fu-t target and scape
ll for any failure of the system.
1 \ felt deeply that the Jews, by
nature would never adjust to an
immoral system based upon in-
humanity, and that thes were.
therefore, potential e n e m i e s
Khrushchev, in his boisterous man
admitted Ihis openlj w hen he
i..... aim th I Ihe Jew are urn
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iti mi B> supplyii % tl. Arab
n I w ith mate: ials I
w.,r efieMi having a flotilla of
R ISSiai ,1 ships in readme-, off
the coast of Israel, and pressuring
\iii- to launch another at-
tack, the dai gi r is continually be-
coming more imminent.
The point has been reache I
whereby the .lews have to I
Communism in its full danger,
for themselves and the rest of man-
kind It is an inescapable struggle
of the greatest dimension, and a
tremendous ami overwhelming
challenge From the beginning
Jerusalem has stood for human
morality and social ju nd it
i- indeed this concept, betrayed
and desecrated bj Moscow < iueh
I- at stake in this stru
MAURICE GOLDRING
Miami Beach, Fla.
aturday evening,
Temple Sinai of Nortl :
ill I onor its president, Di -
e at a dinner-dam e !
' kM at the Diplomat
Re 'i' U..,J4
Si ol .11 take place
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N K 22 Avenue, North M
from 9 to ll 30 a m
New Day School
Opens At Beach
Labf Zion'st Delegation
Confers With Israelis
vork
ition of I
ica Poale 1 i
, I-: ael He- v ek I
on i
with Israeli leaders
Plans for the opening of -.
llei T irah School ol i
Miami for the 1807-68 school '
were made by officers of the schoo
al a meeting held at the home
Mr and Mrs Morton II Mayberg,
1433 N Baj Road, Miami Beach
\ iications are now beii g a
rent term al I
i Drive
A Yeshiva Daj S
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There
In a joyous mi oration,
ired young relay runners
: urning Tot :h of
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or I ". : rport to
Jerusalem where it u
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cor- orati tl e '' i
victories ovei -'is,
over 2,100 teai
DAVID iCKOL
Head Branch I nder his leader-
ship t e Beach office developed
into tit most successful of Ki\'-
tweh< branches turning In an an
nual aa volume of rloeo to S4
millioi dollar- His personal sales
i ceede Si million each
v lalifj. : hmi for member
ii the e> .-. Keyes Million
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and hereYuban makes a Simcha!
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every cup is a happy occasion in itself.
No other coffee can give your fa- I friends
the matchless pleasure ci
The Simcha coffee
K Cert.fied KosherParve by Rabbi Bernard Levy


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GENEVA. SWITZERLAND CALLING
From Bob Na-W %-. "Switzerland N'aglcr He i* nnw
the proud father of a boy Adam Roy re H> re-
ported that the baby had ten finger and ter.
and big feet just like his father s Ethel called
Switzerland ;md talked to the new mother Ellen
line her at the hospital Ellen had be.'
she iraa soil have a bo> that everything
ned in blue She reported that the baby
'(add\ Ethel will 10 tee for
all on her grand-
RELATIVES
Harriet Stark ha.i com par'.
- i III ntreal, Ethel and I>.
Etl a noted man s; con-
ductor, v ras all over the world.
-> and Israel symphony or
i in Mia'
V she and I ter are on a holiday and en-
imily inrln lii and I 'at ida
-.'arks' d.i ind their children.
Ion and St sisters are sou-
visit Puerto Rico and the Virgin Island* before
ng back S7
EXPLOSION AT THE KRAMER HOUSE
Sylvia and Buddy SandfonH Kramer's bouse
oit n Bay Heights is always in a state of ex-
em Their dog King, who is nine months old
toda\ is as b -mall horse He lets I
Jjust fine with their other do- Dapper That's
b to see and hear about dogs all
time. Susy from camp with a cute
; tSOO ashtraj That -
camp If you stay longer, the ash
up to $1,600 When Sylvia tan I
lie is talking to h r
d Helen on the phone Helen i- back from
- traction with a bad something
tier" Thi ences th the
I Kong were fantastic "
can imagine 'he letion when |
pairs ol adorable beaded >li|
i t< add n |
k
odds and ends
hind that bis black shiner and the purple
bruise i- phi Bernstein She had
ak accident the slipped and fell against the
If one more persoi aski 'huh
she hum pod into, she threatens xomeone
a black
I "mis |< | mama ami papa Mi
I came to visit his
Esther and Sidney Schwartz His
grandpa took him to see the Monkees three
weeks aso. and thdagh Loon wes delighted, poor
grandpa hasn't recovered yet
In Chippy s in Coral Cables for lunch was
tin ire Mrs Phih Salmon now residing at the
Bavid Williams, and Freda >Mrs Soli Leslie with
John's.wife and grandson Mark
Naturally! Mark a- getting all the attention
lb is adorable
WISH YOU WERE HERE
Uyra Mrs. Aaron Fair writes from Tel Aviv
can't believe that she is in the middle of
history Sin- is on a survej mission with the
National Council '>: Jewish Women 'hat
impanions think that Miami Beach
;.( friends from Miami Among them were Esther
and Carl Weinkle. Rah Mrs Jonah Caplan.
ii id Max Orovitr Mr and Mrs will
S ttj Sn nh
\ ee Pincus sent cards '." all ol her friends
and neighbors saying nothing but 'Wish you were
here." The cards came from New York and At-
lantic City,
Claire and An Rosichan are finding Holland
and Copenhagen. Denmark. nois\ but dynamic
Claire sa\< that they are also finding out that
their faet aren't what they used to be
Received a card from vacaationing Coldie
and I.ou Cohen from the Oty of Brotherly Love
Harry and Lilly Schiff write from the moun-
tains in New Jersey alter "tnp to New, York to
daughter Eileen and her family
Maurice and Carol Perlstien wrote that New
York is still big and dirt) bul tlM shows an as
much fun .. e\ el

WHAT'S THAT?
That huge ante! on North Ba> Road
to Josie (Mrs Lewis Glueckaufs
transceiver Set Her call letters are W1'.4HM1
It has op- hole new world for J isie When
she puts out a C'i and answer from Lei
I ind or Brazil
- excited she almost forgets h"r own call letters
ation with a missionary in lima
P tu they decided that if all the world wese ham
tors and had this marvelous friendlj feeling
each other the wars would be over Another
someone in Nicaragua wanted to talk to a
relative in Massachusetts S ce this was Joi
fiist experience in arranging a phone patch, she
had to ask them to tell her what to do The) ex
plained, and she did as instructed When th
was complete and thi the beam around
and said Well done Josie the famih all ai
that Jos as it she had been knighted
France* Lehman
TOPPING-OFF CEREMONY
S luikhncjl rln p log :
leader. 1 .
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to the W I constructed
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Brothers To Chant Services At Temple Ner Tamid
Rabbi Eugene LaboviU, spiritual
leader of Temple Ner Ian.id an
nounced that David and Jonathan
Tannen. age 17 and 21. youiM mem
hers of the congregation will chant
the services thi. Saturday morning,
in the Mam Sanctury of the Tem-
ple
These young men. have received
voice instruction by the Cantor ol
the Temple and have also been th.-
recipients ol profeaaioatai mining
in various facets of Cantonal rendi
tions Although both young men -!r
pursuing other careers and prates
sions the) possess higl) cultured
voices and have performed on cm
ion for the Temple
They are 'he children of M
and Mrs \|, | Tannen
"They're going to pin something
on that smart cup from Philadelphia
nu>he a medal...
ma'^bc a murder."
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Program To Ease Nurse Shortage
Diplomas hi irded to
- cial lii '
.. to ease the sei ei e short
hospital beds and nursing pei
for pov-
stricken women over 49
Graduated under the Health
me Aide Program" launched
with mote than S!>4.000 in federal
funds, 'he women are the first of
5"i to be trained
In the graduating class w.
< Neg 0 and three white women
The certificates of graduation
presented b> Robert A White.
sjde-it of the Visiting NurSCS
A-socia'ion. at the Jewish Home
for the Aged The women will be
ned to i tral
home visits and will work at tasks
not requiring professional nursing
skill-
Training qua' 'he health
aide trainees |. at the Jewish Home
for the Aged, which is cooperating
in the program by allowing the
women to work alone-ide the reg-
istered nurses at the Home.
Greater Miami is one of 16 cities
in the I S chosen to try out the
program that originated in the
Health and EoPI departments The
pilot projert is sponsored in Great-
er Miami by the Inited Fund
Instruetor for the course at Jew
ish Home for the Aged i- Mrs Huth
Weiss registered nurse with public
h nursing exp rieni
registered nurses of the VNA and
three at the Jewish Honu foi the
During the lOweek course, each
trainee ha- four weeks ol I.....
room study, three weeks ol
tical work in the Home and three
week- a- a visiting nurst
After the 5(1 aides have complet-
ed their training, the Bead and
value of the program will be re
evaluated It will then be up to the
local communities to take over a
similar plan or for Congress to ap
propriate additional funds
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Mrs. Sol Goldstein To Lead
Federation Women's Group
Mrs Sol Goldstein has been nom-
inated for the presideni-v oi the
Federation of Jewish Women, ac-
cording to the chairman of the
organization's nominating commit-
tee. Mrs. Sidney M Sch\vart7
A vice president of the Kedera-
non of Jewish Women for the past
three years. Mrs. Goldstein also
serves OH the Greater Miami Jewish
Federations Executive Committee
.nd as a Budget Study Committee
'hairman.
Mrs Goldstein succeeds Mrs
Irving Uhrman as president of the
rganizatton and will be installed
,t the annual luncheon meeting In
ictober.
In addition to her many other
community activities, Mrs Gold-
stein was president for two yean
if the Temple Kmanu -El SistCI
hood and is the Founder-President
f the Council of United Fund
Women
The F.IW is the co-ordinating
od\ for th"- man) Jewish women's
rganizationi In the Greater Miami
. r. .1 It represents Jewish women
n various communal and civic en
lerprisea, carries out educational
activities and organizes and eon
ducts the woman's campaign foi
the Combined Jewish Appeal
In addition to Mrs Goldstein,
the nominating committee present
. ifficers Vice-presidents Mn Mil
on Green, Mis Jack Katzman,
Mrs Florence Kupperman. Mis
Sidnev. M Schwartz Mrs Robert
Shapiro, and Mrs^Larrj Silverman;
recording secretary Mrs Philip
Thau, corrtaponding necretar)
Mrs Irving Wexler; parliamentar
ian Mrs Dorotb) Krieger Fink,
.uhI nominating] committee chair
man Mrs Aaron Farr
In addition to the above officers,
Isabel Grove is vacation-
ing in Europe. War column
will be resumed upon her
return.
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Plans Announced dfe WJlSJIl Flor idliail
MKS. S01 GOIDSTUH
Mrs l.elnm.in. past president, and
Mis .lean C Lehman, past cam
paign chairman, also serve on the
Executive ('ommittee
Council Women
Plan Shores Coffee
Future plans of Shores Division
il Greatei Miami Section, National
Council ol Jewish Women, wiil be
discussed -it a "get-acquainted cd
fee" mi Wednesday, \ugust 8th at
ID a in at the home of Mrs So:
man Sanders, 2011S Highland Lakes
Boulevard, North Miami Beach
Mis Sanders orientation chairman,
invites those interested in learn
mg about Council to phone her for
.i reservation
Mrs Irving Burnstine is neu
members chairman of the Division.
Mrs Melvin Gordon, membership
vice-president, and Mrs Harrj lhal
president
Mis Hobert Chi Ida, Greatei
Miami Section membership vice
president, will shortly announce
piojected plans for Bay, Coral Is-
lands, Indian (reek. Lincoln and
South Hade Divisions
A special social meeting on be-
hali of the North Dade YMHA Friday, August 4,
Nur>ery School and Kindergarten
will be held at the home of Mr
and Mrs. A Lionel Bosem. 1800
N E 197th Terr. North Miami
Beach on Wednesday evening. Aug.
9 at 8:15 p.m.
The purpose of this informal
gathering of parents and educators
is to discuss the preschool educa
tlon of youngsters in the North
Dade area and particularly the
qualit) program conducted by the
YMHA s Earlj Childhood Develop-
ment Department
Mr Boaem Is the Chairman of
the North Count) YMHA Develop-
ment Fund Campaign which i- now
in the process of formulating plans
for a new "V" facility in the area.
The month "f August will be a
hu.sv one for the "Young Sophisti-
cates" of the ym ywiia of Great-
er Miami This group of young
single men and women, ages 18
to 28 is the newest at the Y
On Thursday, tug. 10 there will
social meeting at the YMHA,
8500 S\V 8th St 8 1"> p m follow
ed by dancing and refreshments
A Swim Party and Barbecue will
be held on Saturday evening, Aug
U. i Summer Party" in the Gold-
en Kej Room ol the Y on Aug. 24.
Membership chairman is Bar-
bara Janosi and advisor is Mr-
Kit, i Schoenbcrg
1967
Pcqe S-E
Rabbi Raab Event
Set For December
Rabbi David Raab will be I >r
mally installed as spiritual leadei
of Temple Beth Raphael at a n
ception and banquet at the Dcau-
\ ill*- Hotel on December 10th ac
cording to an announcement made
b) \bc Wagner, Temple president.
Installation of the newly elected
officers will also take place
Members of the installation com
mittee include Harry Rosenthal,
chairman. Irving Pietrack, chair-
man of entertainment and banquet;
Sam Cohen, chairman of the ticket
committee together with co-chair-
men Sol Podolsky and llyman
Berger
Sunday Buffet At Dupont
Adds New Guest Feature
The Dupont I'la/a Hotel has In-
stituted 2 hour free parking for
those wishing to dine in the Bay-
view Room on Sunday nights for
the bullet Complimentarj tickets
to the hotel's Artelnema featuring
film classics are also given to
buffet patrons Reservations maybe
made by calling Maitre'd Black at
the Hotel.
GREETED BY MAYOR
Farr. on a i ret find mbers ol
"' tl Cound : I ... ih Womt
r educational and
....
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JWY Auxiliaries Schedule Activities
Jewish War Veterans Ladies its Post in their annual picnic al 12
Auxiliaries are continuing their noon on Sunday, August *>th. .it
activities during the summer Robert King High Dark. 75th A\i
months nue and Flagler Street
August meetings scheduled an-
as follows: Norman Bruce Brown
Auxiliary No 174 Belle Swartz,
president, met Aug. l and will meet
again on Aug 13 at Pythian Hall,
46th Ave and Flagler St at 8p.m
it is also iponaoring "night club
night" on Saturday, Aug 28 at the
Casablanca Hotel.
West Miami Auxiliary No. 223,
Ruth Bui man. president, is hold
ing a "games nite" August 3rd and
will hold another on Thursday,
August 17th at Temple Ahavat
Sholom, 985 S.W 87th Avenue, at
8 p.m. The Auxiliary will mm with
Hialeah Miami Springs Auxilian
No 681, president Sydel l-evitch,
will hold a general meetini on Sun
day. August bth at 9 ;(o a n al the
Parklane Cafeteria 290 E 4- ,
Avenue. Hialeah.
Abe Horrowitz Auxilian No ?.-
Yvette Gromet, president, will hold
a card part) on Thursday. AuguM
17 at Unified Hall, 2300 N E. 171-1
street. N Miami I'.each at 8:30
p.m. to which the public is in-
vited. Chairman i- Yetta Wa
brandt. A regular meeting was
scheduled for Thursday, Vugut
3rd
M&Ve got tfcft
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+3ei Friday August 4. 1967
J Ol., 9SU- / *S~*&
WOMAN OF THE WEEK
Mavbe Florence Bank is the wife and mother in the
Sol Bank family but >ou wouldn't know :t talking to her.
ry word was either about her husband. Sol. or son.
Stanton. or daughter. Alexia
Florerc- u- born and brought up in Ch.caso Her
mother. Lillian Glott. was a fashion designer. Other little
- plated with dolls: Florence was the little doll herself.
four and a half. she was a fashion model for Marshall
F Id and th- coat and dress industry She felt at ease
and at home-boms a model was a natural way of life lor
Thev -pent three \eans in California where her mother
continued designing and Florence modeled, also appearing
in the movies in >ome mob scenes.
When thev returned to Chicago, her mother opened a
Bridal Shop, and enjoyed creat nc fah'ons for Florence to
model In her second year of junior college. Florence de-
cided to take prelaw But when she met Sol. she forgot
about even thine else After they were married, they made
their home in Chicago, where Sol was a candy manufactur-
er life was pleasant: she was involved in American
Women's ORT and was a V.P. in Highland Park along
vith all of the rest of what goes into raising a family in a
suburban area.
The Banks family had never been to Miami Beach
for a vacation Thev didn't have sand in their shoes Son
Stanton is an artist, he's a creative person Besides de-
igning Plavbov Interiors and doing architectural work, he
. :-. -how business. You have heard him sine at all our
top hotels Presently he's cutting a record with Luis \a-
rona's orchestra.
He decided he wanted a few enterprises on the side
One of thev was to be a candy botinea in Miami Beach.
So *wo vears a0 thev came to Miami Beach and opem-d
Poppin ThV whole family has it as their enter-
prise The candy is Simply heavenly Sol 1- making the
gorgeous candies that people have eaten and loved up north
and all over the country People who are used to gourmet
candy get excited about the new candies Sol
How the four of them manage to keep their
th that mouth-watering chocolate smell around th<
e. but rence is n A the only one
in the family with a model" figurethey all could be
ing for pictures V.<-,^': out so often has made them
I Florence has acquire I
rful recipes from thi I of some of their Caw
Daughter Ak a darling teenai
art; Ik The painting which won her a prize in th.
til] travel! ind in a m being dis-
. ,n Europe Painting no di ibt will he her major.
ORT' is big in Fl i i life. 1 I year win n she
presl enl ol the Miami Beach Aft Chapter
. ,,] of am ne r:"'-
.- daughtei ay Women's American "Hi'
thi~ is an organization for which she will always find time

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MBS. IU10T1 1ACK
Eileen Cohn Bride
Of Elliott Zack
Eileen Henry' Cohn. daughter of
Mr and Mrs Benjamin Cohn. 7901
S W 133th Street the bride of
Elliott Noel Zack. son of Mr and
Mrs I-ouis Zack. 8450 S.W. 43rd
Terrace, on July 30th at the Deau
ville Hotel Rabbi Daniel Franzel
performed the ceremony.
The bride chose Mrs. Yale Mosk
a. her matron of honor and brides-
maid" were Roberta Gordon. Debo-
rah Green and Andrea Cohn. Bi It
nan was Steven Cohn and ushers
were Steven Green and Yale Mosk
Mrs Zack attended Palmetto
[h School and received hei AB
degree from the Unjversit)
Miami The groom attended Coral
Gabli s High School and received
his BBA from the University of
mi He was the university col
represei tative to the Under-
Government. At
era! of Student Govern
t, a member of the debating
lent of phi Epsilon Pi
ial [raternitj member i
Key I and Tau Kappa Alpha
now a .Junior at
! 'iu.i rsitj of Flo '1 ol
Following the
Deauville, the i ipli
will
make their home in Gainesville.
f loi
.uffrev Scott two-year-old ion
of Mr. and Mrs Hear} '
welcomed his new brother. Dar-
ren David, on July 9th. Grand
parents ar Mr. and Mr- Henry
i...mpers. of the Brick. 11 Town
House and Mr. and Mrs Sa.iiu-i
Dvoor of Flemincton. New Jen
Mr- Henry Dvoor is the former
Sheila Gompers. and with her
husband and two sons lives at
6650 SW 90th Court. Miami

Mr and Mrs Willard C Hoi-
ben. 4960 Lakeview Drive. Miami
Beach, announce th- birth July
3th of a daughter. Shari Joy.

Mr and Mrs Sevmour B Lieb
man leave this week for a five
week trip to Surinam. Caracas.
Curacao. Panama. Mexico and
Cartagena. For Mr Uebman, the
rip will be primarily for re-
rch in the archives He wil
also investigate oth"r sources of
material on the relationshipa of
the Jewish communities in the
Caribbean area during the period
from 1521 to 1821
Mrs. Liebman will enjoy the
trip as a well-earned rest from a
year's activities which culminate
ed in her participation in an in
ternational conference in Hawaii
on 'Innovations in Education
Mr' Liebman was sent to par
ticipate by the United States De^
Pirtment of Education, one of
the sponsors of the conference
She is director of the Protect on
Teacher In Service Education
which operates under I federa
grant to the Dide Cmmtv School
Board Her proiect has been rec
ocniied as one of the most inno-
Plorence finds Miami differs from Chicago in that she
is constantly meeting people from various back-rounds and
and different places Inning out. being with friends and
always on hand to hear Stan sing has become a regular way
of life Relaxing at home and watching TV is tops in the
Banks familv They adore seeing performers who have ap-
peared with their own Stan Working and playing together
makes a family life that is a happy one.
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December Wedding
For Judy Ann Benis
Mr and Mrs Norton Benis.
North Miami Beach, announce the
i engagement o( their daughter.
Judy Ann to Marvin M Kuritz.
son of Mi and Mrs David Hunt/
North Miami Beach.
Miss Benis is a graduate of the
University of Florida School of
Education and Mr Kuritz is a
graduate of the University of Miami
School of Business Administration
A December wedding is being
planned
tiutN wet cmiNntiD
Eileen Greenfield
Engagement Told
satr..- m its apf roach to teacher
education
Until thi el :rncd to Miami
]-isi Kail. Mi" Uebman
Chairman of the Department of
,, and Associate I'm:
SOT .'I the I 'niv rsitv of the \:mr-
,,, \|, xico < .t\ Mr Liebman
was adjunct instructor of hist
while doing research in the Mi \
lean National Archives and other
.eriran countn--
He has completed three books
I many scholarly articles in
the area of Latin American his-
tory and was a 1966-1967 Fellow
Memorial Foundation for
Jewish Culture
Kathy Sue Birder
Engaged to Alan Marks
Dr and Mr- < r.arles I Binder.
4574 Nautilus D we. Mlam Beach,
mce the engagement of their
,- Kathy Sue. to Allan Ira
Marks ol S York City, son "f
the late Mr and tin *
V .! I '-.
\ -.,.,. ~. ^ing is
t- ing planned
Hadassah Hospital
To Be Rehabilitated
JERUSAl EM 'TTA The
original Hadassah Hoen-tal on
Mount Scopus, inaccessible to Is-
raelis during the 10-year Jordanian
occupation of the area, will He re
s,r, n as possible accord-
ing to Mr- ( harlotte Jacobson,
natioi lent of Hada-ah. the
en's Zmnist organisation of
:ica
Mr*. Jacobson visited the war-
damaged structure, which, she
Mid. will be rehabilitated "a.
soon as we can return some of
the wards to use Hadassah built
a new medical center at Em
Karem, west of Jerusalem. after
control of the roac leading to the
original facility had come under
Jordanian cont'ol in the Israel-
Arab war for independer:e
Prol k Mann I o
Cen-
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m a
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the
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The B'nai B'rith Social Singles
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evening, August 5 at 9 00 p m at
: the Di Lido Hotel, 155 Lincoln
! Road. Miami Beach.
Mi and Mn Philip! I of -//I f/N/f* U\"
4460 N Meridian Avenue, Miami J
1 announce the engagement __
of their daughter, Eileen Joyce to I ll V
Irving Rubenstein, son of Mr and |a I
Mrs Ben Rubenstein ol Coral | u ^ u *
Miss Greenfield, a graduate of IIII || A I K
Miami Beach High School, attended ||| IJ Li \j l\ V II
the University of Florida and is I
currently attending the Iniversity UJ | 7-8124
of Miami, when she ll majoring I
(^He^e^HBilieVBeiSBHM
Her fiance was graduated from -
Miami-Dade Junior College and the
Iniversity of Miami He is current
ly employed by the City of Miami
Beach
A March wedding is planned
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lCts of this position is dressing
it your club member* are
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. nt their organisation. Sev-
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of planning tlus type of
ibe have offered their
ons to the neweomen
Mae Moses, who is presi-
the Greater Miami ("hap
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believes in drovinj; con-
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. \en thouqli the miniskirt
.ishion she doesn't feel that
- appropriate for her ornani-
Women over fifty shouldn't
miniskirts even if they are
, irri :it fashion fad She likes
i wear something different to
meeting and feels that she
drea up a bit for the club.
Ls doesn't mean long dan-
arrincs or hats, unless \t'- a
rttrular luncheon function For
formal croup she r*Yom-
- v)tnethine comfrtahli- as
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ntlv president of Ph' L.in
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that will make the make the
transition lroin day to evening
w hi n necessary-
People notice what you wear,
and even in PTA the men have
commented on her attire She
feels that every organization re-
quires a different type of dress,
and that in some groups these
dresses must also go on to the
dinner hour One of the things
the asked thai we he sure to
mention was shoes she
strongly advises that the presi
dent wear shoes that will take
hours on the feet without them
hurting.
Mis Bernard Mandler, out-
going president of Aviva Chapter
of Hadassah, recommends basic
clothes When you are required
to attend many meetings other
than with your regular group
you find a strain on your ward
robe, and with basics you can
do wonders to stretch them with
icarf. hat or other sect ssories
She feels that when you are
starnhn^ in front of a group it
is niorr important that they pav
attention to what you are saving
than what vom are wearing An
extensive wardrobe ,s no' neces
urv, Sol the es-ent'als of good
groominc are and this includes
wearing Mneklnss whenever von
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Sachar Appoints
Mrs. Jurkowitz
Dr Abram L. Sachar. President
of Hrandei- i iiiveYsity, annount d
the appointment of Mrs. Arthur
Jurkowiti to the President's Coun-
cil This Council acts as in ad-
visory group to the President and
the Hoard ol Trustees concerning
future i niversity planning and
developmenl
Dr Sachar stated that during
the Vicennial Celebration, the 20th
year in the life of BranJcU I'm
versity, members ol the President's
Council and the Brandeis Fellows
will act as liaison between the UnJ
versity and local communities
throughout the country.
MRS. ARTHUR JUKKOWm
Mrs Jurkowitz. formerly of
Scran ton, Pa., resides on Miami
Beach with her husband. Arthur,
and two children. She is an alumna
ol Brandeis, class of l!>55. and i- .i
representative for the Board of
Admissions -it Brandeis acting as a
local interviewer for applicants
and prospective students.
She is also serving her third con-
secutive term as President of the
Brandeis University National Wo-
men's Committee. Miami Beach
Chapter.
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nle thai i have to staj at
home to sia\ on a diet We ve been
handling special diets .,- personal
service to guests for years
The Concord at Kiamesha lake,
located ninety minutes from metro
politan New York, is a niulti million
dollar resort which dominates the
Cat-kills scene with headline-name
entertainers and an incomparable
array of facilities Among these
facilities are a golf resort within
the resort, two club houses, one
nine and two eighteen hole golf
courses, three nighl clubs, an in-
door and outdoor swimming pool.
indoor and outdoor tennis courts.
and scores of other features The
hotel accommodates and services
Over -.IHW -nests
Brina Hollander
Gets AE Phi Award
Mis- Brina Hollander, daughter
of Mr and Mrs. Samuel Hollander,
was presented with the Blanche 7.
Greenberger Award for 1867 at
the national convention of Alpha
Bpsilon Phi Sorority in California
This award is given to the most
outstanding member of Alpha
Bpsilon Phi in the United States
At the convention, Miss Hollander
was also presented with an award
'or maintaining an A average
Miss Hollander is a June graduate
of Emory University in Atlanta.
Georgia, where she served as pre-.
di nt of Alpha Epsilon Phi She was
also a member of Phi Beta Kappa,
Kappa Delta Epsilon, Phi Sij
; >ta Romano langua .. honorarj I,
Stipi S holai and Hillel.
rhs \. ar, slu wil be atu tiding
the Universit; arn
in r masters degree in French.
Mark Friedman. Bar Mitzvab
At Temple Zion Saturday
Mark son of Mi Mrs
\ ihur Friedman, 6250 Bird Road
Miami, will be Bar VI I
ici Saturda> morning at lem
pie Zion Mark i- an eight
student ..t South Miami Jr High
and enthusiast.
The parents will host the Kid
dush following the services follow-
ed by a luncheon at home Maior
Friedman is present!) serving with
the I S Marine Corps
Grandparents are Mr and Mrs
Michael Friedman and Mr. and
Mrs Maurice Samel.
Mizrachi Women
1'lan Active August
The month of August will tie an
active one for the members of the
Mizrachi Women s Organization,
Florida Council.
Among th" scheduled meetii s
of the chapters are; August nth
the Miami Beach chapter. Rachel
KaU Laufer, president, will nci
at l p in at the Washington Federal
Savings and Loan, 12th Street and
Washington Avenue; on August
3o:h th. Dov chapter, Fannie
fokayer, president, will meet at
the home of Mrs Irene Leasei
1643 S.W. 7th Street.
Three othi r meetings were held
this week On Wednesday the Km
nert Chapter. Kuth Gelbert, presi
dent met at the Zamora Jewish
Center in (Oral Gables; and on
Thursday August 3rd the Hadar
Chapter. Sarita Kainen. president,
meets at 12:30 at the home of
( antor and Mrs Saul Breeh. 1200
West Avenue, while the Shalom
Chapter, Ann Tracktenberg. presi
dent, is set for the Card Room of
100 Lincoln Road at 1 p.m.
The Aviva Chapter, Fannie
April, president, and the Hatikvah
Chapter, Pearl Kolko. president
will announce the time and place
of their August meetings at a later
lal"
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Linda Lee Weinkle
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Mr and Mrs Jerome II Weinkle,
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residents ol Ihe area, announce
th" engagement ot the ir dau I ti
Linda Lee Weinkle, to William
Allan Sh< nk of Columbus. Oh 0
Miss Weinkle. who lives with her
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a mi mher ol Sigma D< Ita Tau
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Mrs
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Our Film Folk
By HERBERT G. LUFT
Hollywood
Michael Blankfort. author of
"The Juggler" one <*f the fir.-t
movies made b) Americana in Is-
rael about Israel currenth la
headquartering in the I'pper Gali-
lee near the former Syrian high-
lands to write a new feature mo-
In \>pic" (I -i-ted by Mr
Harvey). Is ill Iil'' tamng
role of 'Rosemary's Baby." with
filming. In Tec* flor. to
in Auuust
begin
Theodore Hike; has been si{
by producer Robert B Radnitl tor
a starring role In M) Slll<" "f ,no
tion picture lor Hollywood While Mountain.'" from the Hans Chris-
irching his subject matter, he 1ian Andersen Award-winning nov-
has been traveling from (laza to
Jemoalem and Ramnllah in a
letter to the membership of the
Writers Guild of America. West,
which most recentl) elected him
presidenl tO succeed Christopher
Knopf, he reports optimistically
about his "alter-victory" Impres-
sions in the Holy Land The distin-
guished novelist scenarist producer
ays that he feels I little more
sanguine about the future in the
Near Bast, though small battles
ma) still be forthcoming. Blank
fort witnessed an extraordinary
fraternization going on between
Jordanians and Egyptians uh Is-
raeli civilians and soldiers. "But
the people by themselves rarelj
wars." i- Ins conclusion
el b> .lean George and screenplay
bj Tod Sherdeman, Jane Klove
and .loanna Crawford. The signing
of Bikel reunited the noted actor
foU singer with producer Radnitl
who starred Bikel in his very first
film, "Dos of Flanders'' which won
the Venice Film Festival Award.
My Side of the Mountain' will 1m-
photographed entirely in Canada
on location in Toronto and in the
province of Quebec Bikel will sing
several songs in the film in which
he plays | wandering troubadour
who befriends a 14-ycar-old boy
running away to the mountains to
become a modern-day Thoreau
Mike Nichols, the 35 year-old bo>
wonder, lour years ago one-half of
the nightclub team ol Nichols &
May who helmed five SKO foot
light presentations on Broadway
within a short time, from "Bare
foot in the Park. The (Kid Con
pie "Luv," The Knack to the
current hit musical. "The Apple
Tree," has managed to sandwich
into his stage activities one of the
most talked about, most loved and
most hated motion pictures of film
history, Fdward Albeee "Who's
Afraid of Virginia Wootf?"*which
netted Elisabeth Taylor this year's
Best Actress" Academy Award.
Last week, Mike Nichols, a Jewish
DO) Of Russian descent, born
Michael I Peschkowakj in Berlin,
who fled with his family to Am?r-
lca to escape Nazi persecution, in
traduced himself to the Hollywood
Foreign Press Organisation to dis-
cuss his forthcoming motion pic-
ture. The Graduate," Joseph E
Levine's presentation, currently be
fore the cameras with Anne Ban
croft, young Dustin Hoffman and
Katharine Ross The daring story
from the Charles Webb novel re
lates the coming of aee of a college
boy. the trials and tribulations of
adolescence aaainst the background
of today Nichols says that his film
deals much with unspoken things
between people. To him. The
Graduate' tl I healthv picture
which even his little daughter could
Bee if -he were old enough
Ira Levin's runawa) bestseller.
"Rosemary's Baby.' will be
brought tn the screen by producer
William Castle for Paramount Pic-
tures t h i- summer PoUsh-Jewish
director Roman Polanski. who won
worldwide acclaim and an Acid
cms Awards nomination for his
fir-' Warsaw made feature. "Knife
in The Water," n \9M then matte
Repulsion -not much to our lik
bigin England, is wrKrns th
screenpJav from the Irs Levin book
and is set to direct A master of
the macabre and mvsteriou- let
ting he is right at home with
fliiwiMj'i Baby." an aerieston
of medieval witchcraft in modern
Manhattan a vehicle (it for his in
tense visual shock affect* which
have become the trademark of Po
lan-ki Mia Farrow (Mrs. Frank
Sinatra' who recentlv returned
from London where she CO starred
With Laurence Harvey in \ Dandv
Alan Arkin. the funny Soviet
navy officer landing from a strand
ed submarine in "The Russian-are
Coming. The Russians are Com-
ing." tells us tongue-in cheek that
he wished he had stuck to comedy
and not accepted the role of the
psychotic killer who terrorizes
blind Audrej Hepburn In the film
vei-ion of "Wait Until Dark." He
-ay-. T in afraid I'M lose all my
fans and even my own kids may
1m? afraid of me after seeing me
on the screen
Arkin actually plays three differ
cut characterisations in the Warner
Bros thriller, adapted from Fred
prick Knott's stage hit Happily
for the actor's image with the
children, two of the three charac-
ters aren't so bail.
Alar, is also an unhappy lover
who tries to commit suicide with
his sweetheart Shirley MacLaine
in Jo-eph F Levine's "Woman
Times Seven." At the party occa-
sioned b) the premiere of the mad-
cap movie we were introduced to
Arkin's parents, a nice, simple
Jewish couple visiting her from
Brooklyn
Jewish Cooking
The observant reader must have noticed how often my column
is devoted to recipes for soups The ample Justification for this
ll the stout belief of.many Jewish housewives (***. no dinner is
complete without a good nourishing soup For tO wurrr we
have chosen two: One traditional and eveppopular; and the
less popular but tasty and rewarding: potato and *i k.
POTATO AND LEEK SOUP
HILLEL DIRECTOR nt North-
western University effective
with the 1967 fall sen.-
is Rabbi Boris Rackovsky.
son of Rabbi arid Mrs. |<
E. Rackovsky. of this city. An-
was mad by
Dr. Louis Gottschalk. chair-
oi the B'nai B'rith Hiilel
lationa Rabbi Rackov-
Hiilel du- '
' e 1 bo u r r. e Univ-
A sin e 1962.
Judith Clein Is
Mrs. David Styson
In a double ring ceremony on
August 4th. Judith Mildred Clem,
daughter of Mr and Mrs Ben Clein,
7475 S.W. 118th Street. Miami, be-
came fhe bride of David Styron.
son of Mr and Mrs Stephen Styron.
Atlanta. Georgia The ceremony
was held at the Riviera Motel in
Atlanta Maid of honor was Sharon
Mark- cousin of fhe bride.
Mis Styron graduated from
Southwest Preparatory School and
attended Miami Pade Junior Col-
lege and Masses Business college
in Atlanta She was a member of
the Tslon B'nai B'rith Girls. The
groom is a student at Southern
Tech in Atlanta and has served in
the I tilted States Army.
The couple left for a wedding
trip to (allawav Gardens. Georgia
and will be feted at a reception
given by the bride's parents when
they visit Miami on August 11th
The couple will make then home
in Atlanta
1 onion sliced
2 tablespoons vegetable
shortening or butter
5 leeks [white part Otll)
sliced
1 4 lb medium t a toes
sill d
cups water
tablespoon
cup- milk
cup heavy iwei I cream
Saute onions and leeks in butter OT VO* fbOTte
add potatoes water and -alt and boll about 4 minute. Re
from stove and sieve through a fine sieve Rehirn to stove
add 3 cups of milk and bring to s boil < ool When cold, a
cup heavy sweet cream Chill thoroughly and serve garn
with chopped chivi -
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MILCHIG VEGETABLE SOUP
onion diced
carrots diced
-talks celerj diced
turnip diced
cup fresh string beans diced
potatoes diced
tablespoons butter
cups water
cups milk
salt and peppi
tablespoons flour
I
Melt butter in a pot Add vegetables and -tew gently
all butter I- absorbed, add fhe watei and l cup id milk, salt nd
,nd pepper Cover and rimmei genUj until vegetables te -
Mix the flour with the rest ol the milk smooth!) together, i
onto vegetable soup, stir and cook 5
sprinkled with chopped par-lev
more minutes 5 it
Zim lines Consolidates All
The Zim Lines announced that
it will consolidate all pas 11
sales activities m the Ne i
ana at the com pan v- tu-adquai
tera at 42 Broadway. New Yori
City Effective Friday. July 28fh.
according to Mr Avner Manor ex
ecutive vice president ol American
Israel shipping Co Inc VS rep
resentativa "f the Zim Lines
Mr Manor said thai all inqui
concerning the S/S SHALOM'S
summer and fall cruise progra n
from travel agent- and the public
and uttier Zim Lines, pasecugei
Passenger Activities
services should he directed to the
main office
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Rusk Criticizes Soviet on
Anns Supply to Arab Stales
WASHINGTON (JTAl Site
rciaix of Sijtc Dean Husk criticis-
ed the Soviet Union i>i- the Major
TCVipply to Hie Arab slates in re
ccnt weeks but Implied that Mos-
cow might have ^onie effect in in-
fluencing ill. Arabs to moderate
then- refusal tn accept 'he perman-
ent xistence oi Israel
\ -i i i reports from Moscow
nului. indicated that two
Aiah leaders who hail sought Mi -
t agreement to a renewal ol
the Arab war against Israel on a
guerrilla basis left Moscow with-
out having secured pledges of
So\ iet Mippoi' loi iin ir proposals
tv o Pn tidcnl Boumedienne
ol \l -i': i.i inil \ret ol Syria are
I the leaders of the ex
Florida Republican, a member
of the House Agriculture Com-
mittee, in a House speech.
He said the Department ol \
culture had united bids for S'Jn
millions m grains to be given to
Sudan, a nation that declared war
on Israel and severed tie- with
the United state- He said that the
aid deal was being made through
aliland. which was acting as
;i tiont lor Sudan
The Congressman a-sri-ici 'hat
tdmin si > ation. as attemptins
this manner "to evade the sense
of the Congress on tin- issue ol
jiviiiu aid to Moslem nations ihat
illaborated with the So
I'nion. used their own resource*- to
buj Russian arms, cx|>< lied A:.
.an-, burned U S consulates i
severed diplomatic relations" He
-aid he was trying 10 determine if
there were any "assurances that
the urain would remain in Sudan
and not be shipped to Egypl where
it could feed the sailors of the
so\ let na\al squadron, now based
m Tort Said and Alexandria and
otherwise be used b> Nas-cr "
Hep Burke said that despite
Arab vilification of the United
State- "we insist on pressing this
aid upon them" He maintained
that the Admini-tration ignored
clearh defined expressions of the
i oiu'iv-- The Congressman as
sorted that '"repayment of the
million credit grant, financed by
American taxpayers, i- guaranteed
in the Central Bank ol Sudan a
worthless guarantee Tin- bank is
not a viable institution." He asked
the Agriculture Department tor a
full report on the plan to give the
grain to Sudan
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rhorp ol Miami vention ol tin ation
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Iremist v ar party in the Arab I a I
ershtp in Amman King Hussein
told newsmen that if the Western
Countries did not provide .Ionian
with arm- and equipment to re
equip it- armies. Jordan would
have to turn to the Soviet I'nion
He said, however, that be hoped
the need to ask Russia for arms
would never arise
Mr. Rusk told a press confer-
ence that Russia agreed with
the United States on Israel's
basic right to exist and he sup-
posed this was a matter of "some
consequence "
He pointed out. however that the
government ol some Arab -tales
Could no! at present survive if
the} made an> move towards rec
om ibation with Israel He indicated
Israel had ., legitimate inter
in Irvine to secure peaceful
r, lations with her neighbors
The Seeretarj ol State took
-i., to t.,-k lor major munitions
shipment to the Arabs following
the icasc fire He -aid this new
arms [)ow created a problem ol
not onlj tor Israel but
tor other trab countries not receiN
as much military aid lb- de-
clared that there -hould be some
understanding between suppliers
il ,i ms and recipient- to put
some ceiling on the in
the Middle East Mr Rusk re-
newed the appeal, first expressed
'-> President Johnson on June 19
as one o rin< iples ol a
Mi. settlemenl
rcemi nl b> all "ation- supply
ms to thi M Hi I '
t|. amounts to the l i
Nations
The Administration meanwhile
was accused of embarking on a
"backdoor method" of resumin/j
aid to Arab countries which sever-
ed diplomatic relations with the
United States as an aftermath of
the June war. The charge was
made by Rep. J. Herbert Burke,
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First Hand Study Of
The Wayne Incident
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JJUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DAOE COUNTY.
No. 67-11904
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
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Plaintiff.
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Y..u. RALPH LLOYTJ La LA R
' are hereby notified 'hm r ompl
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you. ""I >"u "" rOQOireil to .-! ve a
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MEMORY Of POET .
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L tradition of Walt Whitman.
Ue| again* torm and con-
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By NATHAN ZIPR1N
get what I write printed, and a
little love at home and a little
outside."
Sandburg was not wanting in.
the love of the American people,
even amoag those who unfortun- NEW YORK - ately do not read poetry. HLs song ^'oMh^^UrS^on )d "" *** ,h"t?"
and his slogan will echo long in Wayne. N.J.. in February, in A teenager said his class had
through the wide spaces of the which voters rejected two Jewish discussed the matter and agreed
America he so dearly loved. [candidates apparently because they I that "the Jewish people should
! were Jews, have concluded that | have pardoned Mr. Miller. If s
A CONFESSION (ht.re is hulc validity in charges, much too blown up."
How does one with a burden of equating the vote with the 'black
. u- bigotrv of Europe,
close to seven decades on his
back plan his vacation? *<*"<> Stark and Stephen Stein-
berg reported on their findings in gray unrocuiiuan >"^ -.-.- j
A reader was kind enough to the August issue of Harper's maga- state- Hi "the naive perspective" ;,',f''',',',"' i
invite this aging scrivener to co /me. in an article entitled "Jews ,f relative 1> mild American
with him on a fishing vacation, and Christians in Suburbia." As re- semitism. which is certainly as
-awng when a mar. sits on the search sociologists at the Survey widespread in Wayne as anywhere
bank of a river fishing he is a Research Center at the Universit) .... Millers remarks do not ap-
complete contemplative and al f California at Berkeley, theyan eartobeanl Semitic at all. Whili
,rith God K< rettaW' l participants. In the Center's fivi ted critics insl
.,,,- research program on anti- re,------lerj
I e flshim supported bj a gram; ir>.. n n the nisi .
ti Defamation Leagui ,. I of V
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The >ociologists drew a sharp |B| vimwer r Pleading in tb
distinction between virulent Euro ;.f; .. .. ; *ftj*#\
pean anti Semitism and the light- ,.,,.,. ,.....; u >-, u fall to di
gray anti-Semitism" in the United Ms.ibr lefauit will Jjj
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LEGAL NOTICE

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thai he was prejud -'-d -,r H
hi pic.- re --' had been i"
,in' to nti-Semittsm. He sia
he y, sorry dbout the
furo-e but defended his state-
ment as true. In the balloting,
Mandell and Kraus were ove
whelmmgly defeated, as was <
record schooi budget.




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v ...... ,......-thii anl m the local
,, ,awj eontroversj Instead they saw an
reflect ;"n.-"u J";',U"Jl'nJ! n
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-. m..... the town Itself The reporters and
.i,, prowling TV crews
havi a
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FLORIDA IN AND FOR
OADE COUNTY
Civ.I Actron No. 67-9477
NOTICE OF FORECLOSURE SALE
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niogi/e and they would
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER
F.CTITIOL S NAME LAW
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