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The Jewish Floridian
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Jewish Floridian Pub. Co.
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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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Jewish Floridian
Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY
Number 37
i, Florida, Friday S^p'?mhar ??
. .'
U.S. Links Sky hawk Deal to Israeli 'Flexibility9
u \SH1NGT0N (JTAi- Depart
menl oi Defense officials raid this
week, commenting on reports that
Israel had been assured two squad-
rons ol Skyhawk Jet attack bomb-
,i, would Im* delivered to Israel
mn. that no decision had
been made on the shipment <>f
lies
Department officials said
thai no shipment of the Skyhawks
S500,000,000 ISSUE
to Israel was presently contem-
plated and the! there had been no
change in the situation since Sept.
'h when Secretary of state Dean
Rush -aid the question of arms
ihipments to the Middle Easl as
.wider review
The Administration procl,
an embargo on arms shipments to
the Middle East on June 5 when
the Arab-Israeli war broke out,
but Defense Department officials
said today that the United States
might relax this embargo soon.
permitting shipment of arms to
Israel and possibly oilier Middle
Eastern countries, including Jor
but they stressed thai the
le question remained under re-
\ lew
Israeli sources here said that the
ovemmenl of Israel had con
Bond Parley
Co Us for New
Israel Effort
MEW YORKThe three-day Na
tronal Mobilisation Conference lor
Economic Development concluded
this week with the launching
i new issue o( 1300.000.000 in
Slati Israel Bonds and with Indi
- ol burgeoning sesponses in
l< .-. ish communities <>( the
1 ted States and < ana la I i Is
- posl war needs and e< onomy
I ouii H Boyar ol Los Angeles,
the b ard of go\ en
i ael Bon I IH anization,
lal i he new bond issue
rth Devel pmenl issue
won. do the rCSOUrci for
recovery ol -Hrael's eron
' diat< cal I tl.....il
1 tilities and foi the expansion of
ii lustrial development to improve
her balance of tri
'1 he new issue w as ori nally lo
been floated al th< end of
i the date had to be ad
\ i i ause oi tl thai p in-
the sale ol Israel B
following the summer wi
it isi exhausting the third is
U :i than 5im) Jewish leaders
'.i United States and I sn
ada ol d unanimous!) to adopt a
i .mum (juota of *7!t 7 \.< 1011 m
the new issue betwei
the end of 196*1 The balance
<>t the new iSSUC is to be sold in
Ad thereafter
Prime Minister Lev! Eshkol of
Israel called for widespread sup
of the new Israel Bond issue,
declaring that "Israel Bond funds
n..... < ntical today than ever,
il wo are to make.....r vi< lory
mingful." In a cable to the
that "the new reality CO
ii- obliges us to maintain basic
t isles of consolidation and develop
ment, for we have shown that our
strength comes more from social
Continued en Pace 11 -A
traded in the Spring of 1066 to
purchase a number of combat air-
craft from Hi- United States and
that there was no reason to believe
these aircraft will not be de-
livered in accordance with this
ent.
!. il was recalled, ordered
the two squadrons of Skyhawks at
thai time it was underUoo I that,
because ol American priorRj nee Is
SOVIET AID NARROWED GAP
the planes were not to be deliv-
ered until this Autumn
In a later development, St
irtment sources said that ex
p n licenses for the jet bombers
' In Israel would not be ..
'omatically granted, but that I
vould depend on various polit.
Continued on Page 2-A
Mideast Arms Tally
Shows Egypt's Growth
10UIS BOYAR
LONDON The Institute or Egypt's heavy losses
Strategic Studies here said this
week in its annual report that as
il .i in, 10 after the Six Daj War
E ;ypt had 325 comb il planes
including 100 MIG 21 inter ptors
The report did not indicate it. *>ut
was assumed that the greater
'.Ml of these planes were equip
mint rushed in! i Eeypl by the
iet Union immediate!) after
the fighting to compel wte for
The institute also reported that
E p' had built about 100 missiles
ut said there was no evidence to
i thej had devel ipe
eliable guidance syste.n lor them
L.Y Regular Session
Gets Middle East Issue
I M I ED \ \ IONS \ V .'I \
The emergencj special session
| | idopted a
lution to pass the Middle i
crisis i,n to the regular Assembl)
session which opened on Tuesdaj
'1 he rei dut on sponsore I
\ ti ia, Finland and Sweden, call
eii on the regular Assembl) I
debate on the Middle h BSl
crisis "high prioi it) Th
ure was passed, as soon as the
He (-. i-i backed b) imperialist
. in order to weaken the
v., re ::me- in the Middle Ea1
I said cl Israel that "her ruling
!es are full ol hatred towards
thai i- i i igressive and
ipments b i\ e unmask
> i plot ol Washington, London
md Bonn who are her staunch
irtei s "
i nited States Ami assad ir Ar
hur Goldberg said he regrette l
Hat the Soviet ambassador showed
The rep< rl noted that the Syr-
ian Air Force had su] I xe he n)
as all -" in the June fighl
that ime ol it- aircraft "may
sun ived Ii said thai
British built jet
winch the .lord .
Mr Foi ed, had b i
estro) I in the fighting
l he i porl aid Israel had
nk- .hi I 4'i co nl il lircral
S \ Da) War On the v
340 cornl al ai<
craft: Jordan's, 130 nks and 20
0 1 nks .i" 50
n ; Iraq's 20
i h E !) "ti.m also losl four ships,
but no description is given.
On the basis Ol estimate- for
lune 30 this year that is, three
wicks alter the end ol the fighting.
Continued on Page 2-A
EGYPTIAN ROCKETS
WERE NOT READY
I! IMBURG ICNS No
Eg) | ti i" rockl tS were I,red
the re
, ir for thi
- II that they had ri il > et
Dr Per linand Bi an Iner
' ran udio is in charge
ol Egypt's mi ar) .ure ...
-
Dr Bran Iner
1 ved
the
..
rocket coi
mtii intil
e\ e of the June r. I
he lid not know whether
work is ~'.i! pn gi Hi
ted that 'here
Ion !er
al work in Eg
tssembly opened, l>\ i vote "f M harshness and tried to rewrite U.N.
in favor, none against, and two
abstentions Israel voted m favor
of the resolution
After the voting, various dele a
tions took the floor to explain their
votes, with the Arab st ites and
the Soviet bloc maintaining their
intransigent attitude against Israel
Sot lei Ambassador Nikolai Fad
irenko repeated his previous accu
in that 1st ael bad committed "a
criminal conspiracy carefully pre
oared to en
chanties in the
histor) The time has come.' Mr
Goldberg said, "for healing and
harm mixing cur views on the Mid
He Bast and not for harsh words."
Israel Ambassador Gideon Ra
denounce.I the Soviet "propa-
da ass lult" sa> in that it hail
been rejected twice b) the Se
curit) Council and the General
Assembly. The Soviet representa-
tive, he said, was turning a blind
eye on the realities of the Middle
Continued on Page 10-A
AGENCY ISSUES REPORT
Eban: Israel Won 7
Yield 'Inch' Of Land
Foreign Minister Abbs Eban re nicipal Auditorium. Mr Ebai
iterated here this week Israel's arrived in Miami last Sunday,
determination not to surrender thai Israel has ruled ou1 an) tl
one inch of territory" il won dur- part) m tions as a mi
ing the Six-Da) War last .lune until achieving peaci the Middle
there was peace settlement in Easl
the Middle East.
Addressing the opening session
of the 53rd national Hadassah con
vention al the Miami Beach Mu
Hias Aided 53,000 In Year
CMlOi t. ISMflS
NEW YORK (JTAI- United
Ilia- Service provided rescue re
settlement and related services last
year to approximately 53,000 Jew
i-h men. women and children, Car
loi L Israels, president, disclosed
In the agency's annual report foi
I960 More than K.Htui wire assisted
to resettle in the United State- and
other Wetern countries he said
During the pasl year the active
caseload of persons registered to
emigrate reached 23.608 pre
migration services m the United
Stales and Latin America were
rendered to 16.319 relatives and
sponsors of prospective migrants;
3,030 were aided In the United
States with such post -mural .on
services as naturattaation, adjust
ment of status, and prevention of
,li port at ion and jeopards; 1,549
persona wtn located throughout
the world: and. in Latin America.
158 migrants who arrived in prior
years received agency assistance
The cost of the agency's world
wide operation- lor the year. Mr
Israels stated, amounted to S'J
250.334 and resulted in a net cumu-
lative deficit <>f 1131.267.
Gaynor I Jacobson, UHS exec
Continued on Page 5-A
If there s to be a sei ice,
he declared, it is up to tie
ek il and it it take- a
tune, "we shall sM and wait
The Israi l Foreign Minister said
thai the fact that Israel had agreed
to withdraw follow mu its victor)
over Egypt in 1936 had contrib
to the recent renewal of fighting
He -tressed again and again thai
Israel could achieve peace onl) by
direct negotiations with the An
He also blamed the recent
fiqhting on the failure or lack
of:
1. International commitments
2. Maritime promises
3. Arab moderation
4 The role of the United Na-
tions.
Mi Eban charged thai the S >< el
Union tormented and
Egypt into laying the found il
war.


"age 2-A
- U-nitf- fksrtter
FrW 'ember 22,
jrotftr p. rotmAN
Egyptian Strrnirth
Shows Increase
Continued *rm Pgt 1-A
Israeli 3'-. : Egyptian A:r F
ere roughly comparable in
The Israeli- had the largest
Tee in the Middle I arri^
800 (inehtding 200 captured
-lan T 54- and the Egyptians
I he largest n i')
The Iraq:.- had the lai
Tee in the Arab ^ > idabout 600.
i which 4O0 wen be oper-
tional They were mainly of
-ian manufacture
A comparu ind
a st >t-ar's cst'.matvs (it armed
-trinth indicate that during
twelve months I-rael received fir
her tuppties <' American Pat! i
anks and possHri! '
-h'1 alia rainforc* I her ^:t I
mh Soper-Mytti
Becau.-1 of the mas
Forman in \civ
Federation Post
Robert P. Forman has been
ppointed associate executive di
r of the Greater Miami Jewi-h
ration, according to an an-
nouncement made by Leon Kaplan.
. ederation president.
A member of the Federation staff
x the past five years, Forman
ed as assistant director of cen-
tal planning and fund raisins.
Forman also served a* assistant
lirector of 1967 Israel Emergency
-und. coordinated for the State of
Florida by Federation.
Federation executive director.
\rthur S Rosichan. said that in
hi.- new post Forman will continue
.us responsibilities for budgeting
and social planning and. in addition,
would assume responsibility for the
internal administration o* Federa-
tion "
Prior to joining the staff of
Miami Federation. Forman served
rs on the staff of the
(are Federation of
. -co.
Earlier, be was on the staff of
PL. 'Uncil of
and the American Service
:. ttitutt of Pittsbui
He has a master's decree in social
work from the Universal) of Pitts
Air Deal Linked To 'Flexibility'
Continued From Page 1-A
tact >r- :..i on Israeli flexibility.
It ua- made dear that, among
other considerations to be weighed.
Ls the degree to which Israel ac-
cepts I'.S views on the occupied
territories, particularly the west
bank of the Jordan River and East
Jerusalem. Another factor is the
treatment of Arab refugees and
their freedom to return to the west
bank area An additional consider-
ation will be the Israeli attitude
towards forthcoming United Na-
tions decisions'if the l.S. feels
-uch decision- contribute to peace
and justice for all the peoples of
the Middle East
Washington believes that, if the
'.N. agrees '
, pseif) V
leans of a step r>> -*ep movement
way from the present ceasefire
tatus. then ome J'fli>Uc" con
f>ns may be required
i inues to bo mini
need to
i the circumstances which
) June 5. but off;.
todaj referred to another n<
.'or compromise by Israel, a- wel
as by the Arabs.
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acquired two additional destroyer
and patro! boats armed with So'.iet
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Friday. September 22. 1967
fJenist f/criafidun
Poqe 3- A
$1,200,000 Raised at Eban Dinner
For New Israeli Capital Fund Issue
I F Silver Torch Awards Luiirliron
Some SI.200.000 of thr Capital
for Israel Series D issue of the
Industrial Development Flank of
Israel were sold Sunday evening
at a special dinner addressed by
Israel's Foreign Minister Abba
Eban and attended by some l.ooo
Greater Miami Israel Bond leaders.
The purchases were part of an
mtial offering by the Industrial
Development Bank of S20.00O.0OO
jn cumulative preferred stock hear
ng 7 per cent interest per an
num.
In Ins address at the dinner. Mr
Eban firmly avowed that his nation
mould never again permit Itsell to
bo placed In the precarious posl
lion which had prevailed for 19
years prior to the Six Day War
when it was at the mercy of the
surrounding Arab nations He
stressed, "We shall not renounce
the fruits of v Ictorj unless Ihere
is peace "
taron Kahan executive director
r,t i i i ael Bond Organization,
said that Capital for Israel, which
,vas initiated by Finance Minister
Pinhas Sapir .i- an adjunct to Is
Bonds rate Israel's
ii,n- development, was "an
rnd< avor to turn the challenge in
opp rtunit) through chosen
ires v ith p.-
Is economj
The immediate responsi
. the 51 200 |111 purchas.....t
thi issue follow id .in appeal b>
Rabbi l eon '
om Miai ii Bea< h who is M
nnui ..I thi Gn ater Miami Is
0i izat on
Miamians have alread)
chased mon 000 000 in
State of Israel bonds :1ns
e the bulk of it during the
env I immediately pre
reding, during and I the
Six n War
i d bj Cai I
i ming
arks wei e by Mex
'in pd by l mard Rosen i thi r
Mrs
\ Bn nm r Mi B
and Rabbi Morris \ Kipper
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nual Silver Torch Awards luncheon
at noon Wednesday in Hx- main
ballroom of the Fonlainehleau Ho-
tel More than 600 arc expected
to attend the event honoring vol-
unteers for "outstanding service
!'u United Fund in 1966
Mi s .lames i Keller. Jr., presl
dent ol the Council of United Fend
Women, will preside Mrs Thomas
P Palmer is luncheon chairman
other Council board members
oarticipating and committees they
head include Mesdames Charles
Finkel-tein. program: Alfred If.
Daniels, awards; Sol Goldstein,
iudges: Herman <;. Roudenbush,
favors, and !" f Ravlin, prizes
Mis- Molly Turner.another Coun-
cil hoard member, will gervi as
master ol ceremonies
Jordan Marsh will pn sent
'Greal Looks of Fashion '67," and
Mrs Eleanor Morris. .Ionian Marsh
ashion coordinator, will serve as
commentator,
The event is a prelude to United
kind's residential campaign stari-
ng Oct. 29, United Fund Sundaj
Over 1.000 persons attended
mi -d Fund's biggest kickoff in
ampaign historj Sept 12 at the
>oral Country Club
Guest speaker was General I
nett O'Donnell. Jr (USAF, Ret
esidenl ol USO The program
Iso featured a "Parade of Agent >
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ISRAEL'S FOREIGN MINISTER Abbn Eban (renter) is
' 'd by Leonora Rosen (left) and Alexander Muss as he
ss 1.000 Israel Bond leaders
r Israel at ih Font iu Hotel.
: h-Tsed SI 200 000 of the
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rael Ii tion.
Volunteers Eleel To Stnv in Israel
I El \\ Iv JTAl M least a
i ol the rs '.v ho came
I the
Ma} ..'id
it yel left the i-mmlrv

-t.i\ nent
rut, the Isi I f< ation
w as n in med II ceek
\ i. iver. cl
), organization's volunteers com
milter reported that 6 ooii i o
ei still remained in the coui
01 Ihese 1.000 wi re working in
id the i ntrj
i he remainin \ 2 000, he said w ere
employed l>> the Jewish National
n -. eral d< \ lopmi nt pro-
or ere w ork in al rr.
border
He n un < l plans for a
rial i allies for thi vi
mtei rs to be held dui
few weeks in various pa ts ol the
B Man University, in Ramat
Gan, has offered a yeai free tui
Mon to any volunt ers from abroad
in Israel Many have taken ad
vantage ol the offer, the univi rsit>
: eports
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who had been ver, devoted to each other.
The husband had been a seaman the world After each trip, he stayed home until his funds
gave out Then he shipped out again Finally, he retired
on a meager pension and for many years, he and his *ife
were quite content.
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cooked, cleaned and nursed his wife. When she had to be
hospitalized, he was at her bedside from early morning
until evening He fed her and helped care for her Now
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A complete funeral service including a hmous ne. was
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Mtiiier ol Vart
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Direct Negotiations -
Only Hope For Peace
In the nearly two decades
tabus!
Israel government has consist*
rJed to secure a firm and
;eace aareemei

N
the :::-
.-'--
I ..res.
If Israel's striving for peace dur-
these two decades has not
r -r.e anv tanaible fruit, it has at
established bevond the sh-
Oi a doubt where the responsibility
!.-s for the regional crises that have
several times erupted into armed
r.f'.ict.
It is quite possible that Israel's
persistent role as th cnlv party
seeking peace actuallv served to
harden the Arab line sine** the Arab
s'ates apparently had notbina to lose by re-
maining adamant in their hostility.
But the one-sided nature of Israel's struggle
for peace could not be expected to go on
indefinitely and the outcome of '.he Six-Day
War has provided the opportunity if not the
ci-mate for a change.
Israel has now made it abundantly dear
: no return is possible to the pre-June con-
ditions of Arab terror and Israeli insecurity.
Prime Minister Levi Eshkol and all other
leaders of Israel have stressed that there can
be no return to the state of armed truce that
prevailed until three months ago.
In a bnef but memorable visit to our city,
Foreign Minister Abba Eban this week was
emphatic when he made the point that Israel
would have nothing to do with third-party
negotiations. If the Arabs wanted peace they
must seek it themselvesand in the meantime
Israel would not give up one inch of the terri-
tory she had won in the latest war.
V/ith the opening of the regular session of
the United Nations General Assembly the
r -assures on Israel to withdraw or to fall into
the trap of a Big Power or U.N. contrived
truce formula, will be very great indeed.
Already, State Department sources have
indicated that the U.S. aovernment would not
go thronah with its previous commitment to
deliver Skvhawk jet bomber*! to Israel n^Ws
the Jewish State would exhibit more "flexi-
bility" in resnondinq to demands for with-
drawal from the occupied territories.
But "flexib'Mtv" has not rnovH thQ Arabs
for the past 20 years and thern is no reason
to believe that it will do the trick now.
Israel has no choice now but to remain
firm in its insistence on direct talks with the
Arabs toward a permanent peace in the
Middle East. It is the only hope for real peace
in the region.

India's Enigmatic Policy
Hostility towards Israel on the part of the
Arab states is somethim now that is accep'ed
as more or less inevitable. Unfortunately, anti-
ml polirj^s ; / taken for gra:
m a nurnb=>r of Communist countries as well
although Rumania has bv now shown itself
tob a wol'-onrv! exception.
Most unfortunate \\nwvet, has h~>"-
lono-standina attitude of T-Hi-i
sHi^a
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1H CttCH FUVW7
AIS0P
TEL AVIV The man is short,
dark, elegantly compact and some-
how immediate!) vivid >n that his
mere appearance to lunch in a
quiet restaurant is an event of
sorts. The famous black patch, a
hard-won trademark, naturalh
serves to underline the event so
that all turn to look.
Yet no one could be further
from the sort of self dramatizing
public personage who make- a
trance. His manner, rath-
er, is so calmly unobtrusivi
amiably down-to-earth that there
is DO n of the .
1 "i. the cool, formidal
intelligence until h to
Ik on a subject he cares about.
Such is Mo-he Dayan, the p
sent minister of defense and most
probably the next leader of be-
leaguered and tuumphant Israel
Not many people know it. as yet.
but the fact is that the Old Lion.
David Ben-Gurion. actually oppos-
ed the decisions that led to the six-
day war. Thus. Dayan. in some
sense, has already inherited the
leadership of the Old Lion's
followers.
die East policy with the odd explanation that leraal SIlH I# his government feared that any normalization Ha /all
of relations with Israel would only add to the
tensions in the area.
This is not the first time that an Indian
official has engaged In ac'ive doi'b'^tn'k f*n
the Middle East question and possibly it will
not be the last.
But the hope remains that India will one
day soon return to its traditional role as a
proponent of peace and w.ll use its influence
to guide its Arab friends towards an enlight-
ened and sensible approach.
Concern For Czech Jewry
In th* three months sin-e the end of the
latest Middle East war, Israel's relations with
East European countries have deteriorated
;-iiy. With the single exception of Rumania,
all these Communist states have broken rela-
tions with Israel and hav in vrrvim H-a-.->*
contributed to the rearming and support of the
Arabs.
Normally, such developments are taken in
stride with the world o' dip'omacv as th-? only
arena in the struggle. B-it when a Communist
state is at odds with Israel, it is usually a
matter of serious concern to its Jews and to
Jews elsewhere.
The latest impact has been felt in Czecho-
slovakia. That nation was among the first to
join in offers to rearm the Arabs after their
catastrophic war with Israel and has since
served as an area of grave concern.
It was in Prague that Charles Jordan, one
of the most highly respected Jews in communal
life, met his death under mysterious circum-
stances. It was Czechoslovakia that canceled
the -celebrations in the advanced stages of
preparation to mark the 1 ,C00th anniversary of
that country's Jewish community
Experience has shown that such develop
ments in any country must never be allowed
to pass without or'
Just this week, the Histadru*. Israel's labor
ration, refused to participate in an inter-
national conference of cooperatives that was
held in Prague. The world-fa-n^"- violinist,
Isaac Stem, canceled a c lou* s<*hH
for Czechoslovakia and a number of <-
Eurooerm oountries.
^'so r
Woi faion of J w ,' Si : Ipn '
hoelovakiaa nation that his-
>ok.
side the
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At the moment, however,
Dayan s main interest for the out
side world lies in the simple fact
that he is far nearer to having a
clearly thought-out policy toward
Israel's main problem than any
one else can discover here That
problem is quite different from
all the Israeli problems that have
been so exhaustively discussed by
all and sundry since the great
victory It is. quite simply, the pro-
blem of remaining Israel with
another million Arabs included
within Israel's widened borders.
The problem was put to Gen.
Dayan in exactly those terms.
Those, it at once appeared, had
been the terms in which he had
already been thinking about the
problem. He at once divided the
problem into two parts: the Gaza
Strip on the former Egyptian
border, with its 400,000 people,
and the West Bank of the Jordan,
where Israel now rules over anoth-
er 600,000 Arabs, plus or minus.
Ik Gaza Strip
"For now," he said a shade grim-
ly, "there is not much we can do
about the Gaza Strip. Those people
have been there neany 20 years,
mostly living on UotUd Nations'
relief. With money we "an produce
water. With water can make
land at El Arista Bo e may want
this land. Some saav wish to go
to former homes, which they are
free to do. But ior row the West
B.-mk is the mail i of our
problem."
He added-, crlspi; it the pro
blent'a rt il wlei i not the
"' V. i -isance on the
West Bank .1 di Direr winch he
>t iate mi> hi h!y IT*
< .1 ll
relation-
i I I!.ink
u;is at mice moat lucid and n
nirpriain -
Hamdi K'nan, the ma
of Nablua.' Gen D^yan began He
! ki ii- why should he?
but he is a good mayor He
came to me saying he must .iuri
because he could not serve under
an Israeli occupation 1 toll him
that his resignation was Mmethlna;
for the people of Xablus t- worry
about, that 1 could not stop hnn
and that I would not replace him
if he and tbi N'abius
wanted no pul>Iic admin'-
S'ablus, I -.i. .ii was entirely
their < ho ce. i I I meld i I in-
terfere with ii So he thought I
a while and did DO) resign
Israel's Securtt) nerds tub Head
Occupation without adminrrtra-
tion is the best summary one can
offer of the singular formuia (hat
Dayan has adopted AH that |s
rael needs, he points out is to
insure that no enemy troop*- cross
the Jordan: and for this purpose
Israel only requires the use of
the main roads and a few strong
points on the heights above the
river.
"That much is easy enough to
secure," he remarked, again with
a certain grimness. "So it is not a
question of their cooperating with
us. 1 tell the West Bank leaders
all the time. "We are not the
British Many things they cared
about, we do not care about at all'.'
If they want to write protests or
close their shops or schools, let
them I am not interested But if
they want fuel and teachers
salaries and electricty and every-
thing else they need, it is up to
them to cooperate with us in the
very small way we need '
His motto, near passionately
spoken, is simple though Strange.
"We must not interfere, become
involved, issue permits, make re-
gulations, name administrators, be-
come rulers. For if we do, it will
be bad for us."
Peace Is Goal
Did he then believe that this
unique system could work forever?
he was asked. "No," he replied
crisply, it could not last more
than two to four years But that,
he added with just a shade less
certainty, should be long enough
to gain the grand objective
"which is peace."
"i do not care whether we make
peace with King Hussein or with
the Arab leaders of the West Bank.
Some of the West Bank leaders
are ttrnking about this already
Real peace will be a blessing to
the West Bank for there are a
thousand things Israel can do to
make life better there.
"But whatever Israel does, the
We t Ban p ople, or King llus
sein if he likes, must manage
their own peace a,fairs. In Itala
fay, if we aie brave and patient,
I think we can jet the peace we
need, at least on the West Bank
Where it matters mo-i."
A more original approach lo
the pr Mem of the occpu'ers I
i could hardly be mi-
ni woik.


1
Friday, Ser,arrh^r 22. 1%7
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Paqe 5-A
Israeli-Czech Ties Grow Worse
JERUSALEM Relations be-
tween Israeli ami Czech interests
which had worsened since the Six
Day War and were again set hack
with the death in Prague last month
of Charles Jordan, deteriorated
further this week as Histadrut. the
Israel labor federation, refused to
attenc' the International Coopera-
tive ongress in Prague. Their
request for a change of site was
turiicci down.
Y. T. Alexander, director of the
International Cooperative Alli-
ance, which arranged the confer-
ence, wrote to the Histadrut that
the organization could not alter
the Prague venue as requested by
Israel We are concerned at the
deterioration in the relations be-
tween Israel and Czechoslovakia,
and by the death of Mrs. Charles
H. Jordan. But there is no reason
to fear for the personal safety of
the delegates. Moreover, we can-
not change our arrangements,"
Mr Alexander said.
Aharon Becker, secretary-gen-
eral of the Histadrut. replying to
Mr Alexander, said. "The death
of Mr Jordan is a si'biect which
concerns not onlv Israel but all
free countries. His murder was
made possible by the official Czech
anti-Israeli and antisemitic cam-
paign
"Israel will be absent from the
Praeue meeting in protest." Mr.
Becker said, adding that in a re-
cent issue of the Czech journal
"Co*OPlira News" an anti Israel
article was prominently displayed
MeajQwhile, three East Euro
pean delegates lo ihe International
symp riurn >n Automatic Control
of Natural Resource* and Public
Services, which opened in Haifa
tin- week, failed r.> attend the
confer* :.< as s Insl
they .; the.: p ipera to be r id
there
I- ii Stern, w itnous \ i"
linisl has i eerl ap-
pears akia, the
S
t| p
those ':
Mr ten who is now in Bu
charest. whei P 'rform
later tl is wet I B larest
Israel Ministry
Plans Chemical*
Mineral Projects
JEW SALEM : I \ The Is
rael Development Ministry was re
port".' ii.-. week > be embarking
on thru project- ng an in-
vtatmeati of $155 million and to
Ik- planaini to apatid an additional
$33.5 ilhon un three other pro
jects awaiting confirmation.
The <.heduled projects, to be
compli 'id in the next three years,
call for doubling the production of
potash in the Dead Sea Works,
construction of a chemical com
bine ir Arad and huilding of a
new 42,000 kilowatt electric power
station in Tel Aviv.
The doubling of Dead Sea potash
output to 1.2 million metric tons
annually will cost $42 million, it
was Indicated. The Arad complex
will produce 160.000 tons of phos
phoric acid and will be built on
a 50-50 basis with the Madera
Company of Delaware at an ex-
pected cost of $50 million.
The three projects awaiting con
firmatic-n are the opening of a new
phosphate deposit operation at Ein
Yahav in the Negev. production of
ammonia and urea by Chemical
and Phosphates Company of Haifa
and development work at Timna
copper mines.
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Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovsky
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Philharmonic Orchestra, wired the
overnments of the three countries
:hat js a B* and a Zionist." he
ould not visit those countries and
Jive concerts there after they had
irdered the Israeli envoys to leave
Mr Stem is the president of the
America-Israel Cultural Founda
I 'ion in New York and, with his
wife, is active in many Israeli
' causes.
In Paris, meanwhile, the World
Union of Jewish Students expressed
I fear of a return of anti-Semitism
| in Czechoslovakia. The group ex
i pressed concern over the situation
in a letter to the Czech amhassador
n Paris
As evidence of an anti-Jewish
rend, the students cited the re
cent manifesto for intellectual free
lom signed by 300 Czech writers
and artists which appeared last
week in the London Times, and
Ihe action of the Czech govern-
ment in stripping a noted Czech
writer of his citizenship for ex-
pressing pro-Israel views
The union, representing 26 or-
ganizations in Europe. Africa and
North America, asked the Czech
government "to allow free expres-
sion of opinions and to halt the
ise of anti-Semitismparticularly
strong since the development of
he recent Middle East crisis."
Charles Jordan Eulogized
At N. Y. Memorial Rally
Hias Aided 53,000 Jews
To Migrate to New Lands
Continued from Paso 1 A
utive director, sirejsed in another
section of the report, "the im-
portance of modifying the restric-
tive labor certification provisions
in the new liberalized immigration
law." Current provisions, he said,
restrict the entry of many would-
be immigrants. "Although there
has been administrative easing of
some restrictions, there is room
for change in this part of the law
to permit more immigrants to en-
ter this country," Mr. Jacobson
stated.
In addition, he pointed out the
need for "new seed" immigrants
who do not have close relatives
here and whose skills are not in
short supply "These people, if giv-
en the chance, would make signifi-
cant contributions to social, eco-
nomic and cultural life in the
United States." Mr. Jacobson said.
NEW YORK Prominent per
sonalities in all areas of public life
were on hand at Carnegie Hall
here this week where memorial
rites were held for Charles Jordan.
the late executive vice chairman
of the Joint Distribution Commit
I tee. who was found dead in Prague
[last month while on a visit to
I Czechoslovakia with his wife. Eliz
i abeth.
Among the distinguished diplo
mats, welfare, government and
United Nations leaders who ad-
dressed the meeting were Avraham
Harman. Israel's Ambassador to
the United States: Ambassador
James W. Wine, Special Assistant
for Refugee and Migration Affairs
to the U.S. Secretary of State; Am-
bassador Francisco Urrutia. West
em Hemisphere Representative of
the Office of the United Nations
High Commissioner for Refugees,
and former President of the United
1 Nations Security Council; Max M.
Fisher, General Chairman of the
United Jewish Appeal: Frank L.
Goffio, Honorary Chairman of the
American Council of Voluntary-
Agencies for Foreign Service, and
Executive Director of CARE, Inc.,
and Dr. Joseph J. Schwartz, vice
CHAKLtS JORDAN
president of the Israel Bond Or-
ganization.
Similar memorial meetings were
held in Antwerp. Athens. Bombay.
Bucharest. Geneva. Jerusalem.
London. Madrid, Milan. Tehran and
Vienna At many of the meetings
and also in the audience at Car-
negie Hall, there were a large num-
ber of former displaced persons,
refugees and other needy Jews, who
had been helped by the Joint Dis-
tribution Committee and who felt
a deep personal loss in the death
of Mr Jordan.
Th
"p
lece wor
lc"poet
"Oh. here in the shop the machines roar
ON madly
I often forget I'm alive, or hare been
I sink and am lost in the auful tumult;
And roidis mil soul; I become a machine."
Morris Rosenfeld was his name. His
lot was the sewing machine, steam iron
and intolerable conditions of New York's
lJHh century garment industry. And his
destiny, ultimately, mi an invitation to
read his poetry in simple, unadorned
Yiddishbefore the scholars of Harvard,
Wellesley and Radcliffe.
Born in Poland in 1SC2. Morris, at 24,
was withering on a diet of persecution
and poverty, and escaped with his family
to America. Like most Jewish immi-
grants, he found underpaid work in the
garment trades; and soon began to de-
scribe, in verse, the numbing, dulling,
grinding, despairing plight of the needle
Worker.
At tint, his writings were published
only in the lesser Yiddish papers. But
they were sung and resting in the shops
and in the workers' meetings. And they
were memorized and chanted by the
lowly in their tenements. Thus it was
until 1897, when a Harvard professor,
Leo Wiener, translated some of Rosen-
feld's work into English and published it
as "Songs of the Ghetto".
Rosenfeld quickly gained international
renown. He was translated into French,
German, Polish. Into Roumanian and
Russian even Japanese. He toured Eu-
rope and was acclaimed in England,
Austria and Galicia. The songs-and
praises-of the Yiddish poet were sung
world-wide!
In the movement to outlaw the sweat-
shop. Morris Rosenfeld was a cultural
force. For, while those about him Bewed
and suffered in silence, the immigrant
poet raised a small, yet eloquent voice.
A significant voice. And it was heard.
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. ic?%i Friday S-?ptpmber 22 1967
Items Of Interest
Rep. Vernon C Hollowly ol Dade Count) has been named to head
the nn rim committee an ma transportation needs in Florida
'i be YMHA V mtfa Group became the first of some 50 feen and college
) Kith L.roup. thai annually join in the Leukemia Society's Annual
i mint: Appeal for funds Miami area builders, mor
will convene Sept. 28 and 29
t the Ev< rglades Hotel for a Conlerencc on Lost and Moderate Co>t
li'lll
Plan- at the B'nai B nth Youth Organisation Steering Com-
ttoference for the State of Florida Nov 18 19 were discued
e meriting this week of the Miami BBYO board of director]
Frank Sanson*. Sr.. chief engineer at Cedar- of I.cbanon Hospital.
elected to the board of director* of Miami's Beautification
I mmitl For the second consecutive year, the lnversit> of
For das chapter of Tau Epsilon Phi Fraternity has been acclaimed
h. i -' outstanding chapter in the international fratcrnit> "
George Schwarti, director of Channel 4. has been appointed to
the Television Studio Production and Technician- Advisor] Craft Com-
e of the Dade Count> School S> stem Bernard Lipskin has
promoted to the post of director of communications for Food
Fan Stores Inc Ernest Minocci has been appointed manager of
advertising media for Seagram DistiDers Company Memheri of
-. Guild of Greater Miami were in New York City
I -; week for their annual dinner at which they host their northern
-
Sam Waldman, president of Waldman'.- Hotel. Miami Beach, an-
> i ;, Norton Tire Compan) announces the addition
01 Kip Abbot and Normand Champagne to their Ft. I.auderdale store
Diane Keshlansky has beet) named program director of
,1 Roy Joseph i> full time Florida District Direetor
mi Beach Police and Firemen.- Special Blood Fund operates
a non-profit donor recruiting service for those unaole to pa> the high
i ... t ion -
Rabbi Daniel J. Silver of Cleveland ha- Seen elected president of
the National lion of Jewish Culture, a bencficiar. agency of
imi Jewish Federation Combined .lewish Appeal
Daniel G Satin oi the Miami Lodge No 948. Elks, ha- been elected
vice president. South District. Florida State Elk- Association .
Count) National Bank of North Miami Beach has arranged with the
\ .: litan Museum of Art in New York for an exhibition of out
decorative paintings bj (real American artists
Ronald Levitt of Miami ha> been unanimously elected president
Public Relations Societj of America for the Southeastern I'nited
v.it A collection of 40 prints representinu a variety of araphic
techniques i- on display until <>ct 30 at the University of Miami's
I.niih I .owe Art Gallery Sanford I. Freedman assistant
c :-; counsel o! New York City, has been elected president of
-!( :- Universit) Alumni Association.
Ecumenica] Scries
At Temple Israel
A. Roy Kc hoJ'dt, editor of the
Journal of the American Academv
of Religion, will fill the Nov 5 date
on the lecture series of the Green-
Geld Institute for Adult Studies
at Temple Israel of Greater Miami,
completing a program which in-
clude- more than 20 of I he leadins
lewish, Catholic and Protestant
scholar- in the nation
Dr Joseph H Narot. rabbi of
Temple Israel, will open the series
on Sunday morning. <>ct 1. when
he discusses the text of the Instl
tute thi- year. Abba Hillel Silver's
Where Judaism Differed
Professor of Religion at Lehigh
University. Dr Eckhardl will dis
CUSS "Trie Relationship Between
Judaism and Christianity and
Between Jews and Christians." a
subject on which he ha- lectured
and written extensively. Author of
a recent article in the "Christian
Century" which took to task tie'
current Christian thinking on the
Israel Arab war. Dr Eckhardt will
Use the summer Israeli experience
as a springboard for the lecture
Because of the ecumenical nature
of the Institute thi- year, it will
iw open to non-members for the
firsl lime
Inquiries -hould l>e made through
Temple Israel concerning regi-tra
tion
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new yoke A prediction that
(he Keren Uayesod-United I- ad
Appeal wilt m the 1968 eam;>ai.;n.
rlouhle the amount raisM in 19H6
ua- made thi- week b> Dr I-rael
Goldstein, world chairman o) the
Keren Havesod on his arrixal in
his country for bis annual Rosh
lla-bona visit. Keren Hayesod hi
:he fund-ratslnc arm of the World
Zionist Organisation.
The American-born nun;1
the Jewish AgenC) executive, who
Appeal Fund Ki>>
now resided in Jerusalem, was op-
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r..isnu throughout the world, which,
'with the exception of the United
cta:s. i> me responsibility of the
Keren Hayesod He reported that 4D
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ot.nl raised in thi- year's Israel
Bmergenc) Fund was railed out
| If the I'nited States Thi- is
er by in per cent than the
usual 70-30 ratio
Capt Uber of MB.
iii Vietnam
Captain Edwin .1 Uber, son of
Mr and Mr- Alfred I'ber of 100
Lincoln Rd i- on duty at Bien Hoa
AB. Vietnam
Captain I her. an aircraft main
tenance officer is a member ol
'be Pacific Air Forces Before his
arrival in Vietnam, he was assigned
o Don All". Me
The captain n ceived a BA degree
:n drama from the University of
Miami, ami was commissioned
there in 1963 upon completion ol
'he Air Force Reserve Officers
Training Corp.- program.
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Ready. Aim. Fire
Ultra-modern, hypo-spray elec-
tric jet immunization "auns" will
be used for the first time in a
public vaccination program in
Dade County on Friday and Sat-
urday when they will l>e put into
use at the End Measles vaccina-
tion clinics.
Fifty seven of the "guns" have
. been loaned to the Dade County
Department of Public Health by
the Florida State Board of Health
and the United States Public
| Health Service.
The clinics are sponsored by the
Dade County Medical Association
and the Department of Public
Health in cooperation with other
official and voluntary agencies
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Israel Confirms Purchase
Of American Jet Plant
JERUSALEM (JTA) The
Israel Aircraft Industry. Ltd-, one
of Israel's largest industrial con-
cerns, confirmed this week it had
.signed a contract with Rockwell-
Standard Corporation, an American
producer, for complete production
rights to a twin-engined commer-
cial jetliner in a $25,000,000 trans-
action. The aircraft is called the
Jet Commander.
Under the agreement, the Israeli'
firm is acquiring inventory, planes '
in production, tooling units and re-
lated production facilities. The
planes arc currently being manu-
factured at the Bethany, Oklahoma
plant of Aero Commander, a
Kock well -Standard subsidiary.
Israel Aircraft Industry, which
has an aircraft plant at l.ydda air-
port and seven other factories in
Israel, will integrate its production
of the seven-passenaer executive
aircraft with the pha^in-: out of
production in Bethany and hopes
to deliver the jets off its l.ydda
lines within two yean
The Israeli company, which has
5,000 employes, now produces the
Fougar Magister jet training planes
i tic; parts for commercial aircraft
Jack Shapiro Ordai
Jack Shariro. son of Mr and Mrs
loseph Shapiro. 929 Meridian Ave..
received his rabbinical degree last
week from Ner Israel Rabbinical
Seminary. Baltimore. Md. He was
ordained by Itabhi J. Ruderman. \
president and Bosh Yeshivah
Rabbi Shapiro is a graduate of
the llehrew Academy, and of Ner
Israel's Ili^h School lie hold- a
BS degree in education from John
Bonn Aid To Israel
rlxjMH'tcd to Tola I
10 Million
BONN (JTA) Frani losel
Strauss, the West German Finance
Minister, said this '-ik that he
believed aid to Israel ihi- year
iM Ih' about Hit' million i
, i million equit alenl to the
.Md given lasi j >ar He cited this
ire dunn is ronfi
on W eat Germany's ic sit
nation, in repl> to a question I
the Jewish Tele a| i Vgincj
used in the United States. The
Israeli lirm is instituting a product
improvement program in its sched-
uling of production of the twin
engined jet and expects that H will 11
produce an improved version for
sales in western markets.
It was also learned that the Is-1'
raeli firm is now developing a :
prototype for the first STOL (short
takeoff and landing) plane in Israel,
tentatively named the "Arava," |
which will carry 22 passengers.;
Aviation experts indicate there is
a huge worldwide market for such
planes for commercial traffic.
The Rockwell-Standard Manufac-
turing Company sold its Jet Com-
mander business because the U.S.
Justice Department had blocked
a merger of the company with
North American Aviation Inc.. on .
srounds that both firm- produce
executive jet planes. Stockholders
of the two American firms ap-
proved the proposed merger last
June. The sale to Israel apparently
removed the last obstacle to the
merger. The Jet Commander -ells
for 1605,000, but there was ii" in-
formation on what price tag the
Israeli firm would place on the
lane
CONSTRUCTION
STARTED ON
JET ENGINE PLANT
TEL AVIV cornerstone was placed this
week in the settlement of
Beth She-mesh for a multi-
million dollar plant to con-
struct jet aircraft engines.
The plant is the joint venture
of Josef Schidlowski. head of
SNMCA, the largest aircraft
engi'ne bi;lder in France,
and the State of Israel and
has an initial capitalization
of $3,000,000. The new plant
will not only meet all of Is-
rael's jet engine requirements
but produce for the export
market. It will employ about
500 workers.
Israelis Protest Moslem
Rule Over Holy Site
nod as Rabin
lopkins University and a Masters
degree in education from Mary-
land's Loyola University He also
holds a teachers certificate from
Ner Israel's Teachers Institute.
Sergeant Freeman
In San Antonio
Staff Sergeant Joel S Freeman
has graduated, with honor-, at
Vmarillo AFB. Tex from the train-
ing course for U. S. Air Force Per
sonnet management and data sys-
tem.- course. He is being assigned
to San Antonio
Sun of Mr. and Mrs Paul Free
man ol t-air lawn. N .1 the ser
leant attended the t nivcrsHj ol
Maryland European Division in Ger
man)
Hi- wife v el
Mr and I
N fliami Garden Drive N
M>ami Beach
Miami Area Youth
Rack From Israel,
Was Volunteer
Joel Solkoff. 1!.. son Oi Isadora
Solkoff of Miami and Mrs Miriam
Schmerler of Hollywood, returned
this week from a three month Stay
in Israel where he served as a
volunteer during and after the Six
Day War
Joel, who is entering his junior
year at Columbia College in New
York, was one of the few American
volunteers who managed to reach
Israel during the recent war before
the ban on Itw\ t0 the Middle-
East was imposed.
While in 1-l.cI. Joel did farm
work at Kfar Warburg in the south
ern part of the country and later
worked in the llillel Mouse library
in Jerusalem.
His mother, Mrs. Schmerler. is
a teacher at Temple Sinai religious
school in Hollywood.
JERUSALEM The Israel Su
preme Court this week ordered the
Minister for Religious Affairs to
show cause why the Temple Mount
should not be administered by
Jewish institutions instead of by
the Waqf. the Moslem religious
authority.
The Temple Mount was the site
of both ancient temples revered by
Jews and is the current location of
the Mosque of Omar.
The Court acted on an action
brought by two Israeli citizens who
charged that the present system
of supervision at the entrance to
the Mount olfended Jews, access
being by way of a small gate
guarded by a person wearing Arab
headdress.
Al-o this week, serious differ-
ences over administration of Fast
Jerusalem, the recently acquired
section of the city, developed be-
tween the Interior Ministry and
the Jerusalem City Council
Spokesman for the Ministry an-
nounced that an administrative or
der had been issued, constituting
the Old City and it- outskirts as a
-peeial planning region under the
jurisdiction of a subcommittee i
the District Town Planning Corn-
mi.ion The latter will be appoint
ed next week and will be given
all authority in planning for the
Old City and Its immediate en-
virons. The subcommittee will con-
sist of representatives of the Min-
istry of the Interior, as well as ol
other Ministries and of the mu-
nicipality.
The Jerusalem City Council im-
mediately met in special session
to register its unanimous protest
against the decision of the Minis-
try. The Council adopted a resolu-
tion declaring the Ministry's action
to be a "usurpation of the rights-
and jurisdictions of the city and of
its plannim commission."
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Synagogues Differ On Sale of Holy Day Seats LSSsWTJS
* O O ^ i kntor Clantz. who attended a
ve-hiva in Budapest. Hungary, has
n'ications of that last sentence as
it relates to the American Jewish ^en a resktonl of Miami I i d
community in th> >ears ahead. yean.
From the Far West come- the
Oral hint of the High Holy Days
In olHrn davs ? would have come
most likely from
&a lonely shep
herd getting a
glimpse of the
new moon, pa--
ing the good
news a 1 o n j; by
word of mouth
some"
delayed that to
be certain of the
right date some
[dwako mm of the more im-
portant holy days were celebrated
on two days .
Were more sophisticated, of
course, today, and thus when we
read that the synagogues in the
>an Francisco Bay area an circular
- a resolution on the sale of
ts for seating of non members
at tr.t High Holy Day services. we
'hat Ro-h Ha-hona i-n't for
:'. The annual tug-ol-war between
-\nagogue and the unaffiliated
dow under waj and each year.
(how. neither seems to be the
maybe both are losers
It a curious Jewish custom,
of ticket- i : irship ser-
- one could be cynical: for so
the High li ilj l)a> an- onl>
enormancc for which t
lid be purchased, much as one
lid bu) seats for any show But
- superficial view, worthy of
who tail- 'n lee '.h;il then is in
ry Jew who still calls him-clf
I spark which seems to burst
i flame during the Days of
Awe", and just as quickly dies
the N'ilah on Yom Kippur.
The claim of these revolving-
door Jews'" (you've heard it be-
in on Rosh llashona. out on
Yom Kippun is that the synagogue
is snobbish and discriminatory in
riding seating for ever} Jew
wishes it on the major holidays
i DO Other principle wen1 in
i the synagogue points out.
cs dictate an exclu
: ilii j Man) arc foi ced to rent
iums to aecomodi
r members In the Reform
movement dual sen ices (early and
late) on the eve of the hol'days is
a common practice, and closed cir-
cuit television has come into being
in recent years. It is a rare large
congregation which has built a
Sanctuary' laree enough for the
worshipers on the Holy Days, al-
though the combination Social Hall
Sanctuary -eems to serve most well
There are. of course, congrega-
tions which apparently have plenty
of room and which, as is evident
from the local advertisements and
the action of the San Francisco
synagogues, are willing to sell their
remaining seats to those labeled
"two-day Jews". And this is where
the tug-of-war begins.
The principle of seating only-
members is well-established among
the major synagogues of this and
other communities. To the syn-
agogue leadership, the logic is
simple: there would be no rabbis,
no cantors, no education of our
children, no future for Judaism if
the synagogue were not supported
on a year-round basis. As a place of
Jewish worship, the synagogue ex-
tends a welcome to all every day of
the year, on the Sabbath and for the
festivals. On the High Holy Days,
however, it must give prefen
to those who support the institution
: since -eating is usually limit-
ed by the space, it is only logical
'hat this course be followed.
Logical, '.hat is. if one accepts
the prenii.-e implicit in the argu
ment that synagogue membership
- open to all Jews who wish t
affiliate. The fact is that the cost
of belonging to most synagogues
today literally ha- priced many
thousands of Jews out to such an
extent that Dr Maurice Fisrndrath.
pre-ident of the Union of American
Beth Torah Holiday Institute
Dr. Max A Lipschitz, rabbi of
Beth Torah Congregation, will de-
liver a lecture on the High Holy
at the Holiday Institute on
Sundaj 12 noon.
Hebrew Congregations, has charged
that there is a "grldcn curtain I
surrounding the synagogue". Sell-
ing seats for the holidays is one
solution; even the poor can afford
that price!
Having said that, let me ha-t"n
to add that the above is not offer-
ad critically but. rather, factually
As one closel) associated with syn-
agogue financing I am too well
aware of what it costs to operate
the modern American Shul to be
>mug about the money that is need-
ed and the difficulty in getting it.
There is much that the religious
leadership could and should do in
its attitude and approach to the
unaffiliated, both before and alter
the Holy Days. There is too little
"tzedakah" righteousness, that
is. not charity in the confronta-
tion between the baiabaUm and
those of modest means at this time
of the year, no matter how pressing
the need for money
But the failure is not the syn-
agogue's alone. Our materialistic
world has developed a social con-
science which meets, if even in a
limited way. the psysical needs of
our people In order for the syn-
agogue to take on fully its role of
assisting those in need of spiritual
sustenance, it needs greater support
from those who have the means
In subsequent articles, 1 would like
to di-cu-s in more detail the im-
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I.i inard Zilbert, vice president
of the Bureau, has been named
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leavc.r-
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will be Joseph Cohen and Mrs
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Louis Schwartzman. executive
director of the Bureau, will be hon-
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of dedicated leadership in Jewi-h
education in the community. The
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Page 9-A
New Rules Set For Arabs
MIAMI BEACH COUNCILMAN Leonard Weinslei:
wn with Rabbi Phineas Weberman, spiritual leader of
n.jreqation Ohev Shalom, ai the ceremoi. ft
,omp!e-iOii of the synagogue's new building at 701'
it.-: Drive, Miami Beach.
S. Africa Eases
Money Controls
On Israel Funds
JOHANNESBURG -i.lT.Ai- Or.
N Diedriohs, the South Afriran
nister of Finance, annoui
- week that the South African
a \ had authorized the trans
to l iMii >f funds raise l hei i
the i-r.u n<> Campaign
rms ol the Treasury author
lion pro ide for the immed
-ion of l.oon.ooo Rand
$1 400.000) plus 2.000.000 Rant
S2.800.000) in special, five-year,
resident bonds which can be
overseas The same arrangi
lent is applicable for each of the
i m five years.
Pending ti ansfer the I
-,! i!l be di i isited with the P >h
r>eb1 Commissioner for invest-
I in South Africian Govern-
i securities Spokesmen for the
th Africlah Zionist Pedei
xprcssed satisfaction with the con-
ins and appreciation i>f the
vernment's helpfulness The
South African Government has
1 rigorous controls for
j it on the transfer of
!' !! S i Africa ind has
. triI icensing ss stem govei nin|
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TEL AVIV Stringent new reg-
't>> aimed against an Arab
ant'-education rampaign in the
west bank occupied .Tea were
sued hj Israel army authontie-
h w< k
G*n. l/zi Narkis, military com-
mand T of the area, isitied the
rs, whiih call for a sentence
f ten ye. u prison or a I ne
', 2.'t." Isra li n unds for convic-
tion on charg s of increment. A
pc nd irder r'ohil its mainta ning
any contact with the enemj
Many Arab ti ichers in the i at
hank area were a'de to go on
-tiiVe against the Israel au'hari-
'e- because they had continued to
receive wages from Jordan.
The lira dav of school in the
:./, Ctrl"nd the firs* under
Israeli suspic*opened smoothly
ind. without incident. The school
vcar began with some 42,000 ^tu
i nts attendin classes in t;.~> ele-
mentary schools, ll high schools
und two teachers' seminars. All
' r- reported for duty, while
he number "f students reporting
is a little more than half that in
ions ars, when the area was
nder 1 p'i in rule Nev an I re-
's *< ho books .1 w< ll ;^ other
- II -. are pr >\ ided by the Isi :i il
;nvei nm ti
in -.< '.' tt'ii to these schools, one
hundred schools operated bj the
I'trt-d Nations Ri fugee and Relief
Organization also opened, without
incident.
It was also announced this week
hst the town of <",aza will be
linked to Israel's electric power
0lanl and the residents there will
Tiered electricity at less than
1 the rate they used to pay
mder Eg} ptian rule.
The Israi li authorities indicated
the> may take over the West Bank
branches of Jordanian banks if no
furthi r progr -- is made in the ne
o'iations with their head off ej
n Imman for the transfer of de-
the bi anches on the v est
.- reliably reported
It the branches are appropriated
ittempti will be made to collect
lutstanding debts by West Bank
"ustomers, amounting to som<
3.900.000 dinars (about $10 million
to realize the property and assetf
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LEGAL NOTICE
LEGAL NOTICE
Friday, September 71 \%7
LEGAL NOTICE
Session
U.N. Regular
Gets Middle East Issue
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IN AND FOR DADE COL'-.T >.
FLORIDA, IN PROBA-:
Ne. 75994.C
In UK: Eat ate of
that, on the whole, the Catholic
Church, as embodied in the Vati-
can, still insisted that Jerusalem
must constitute a "corpus sepa-
ratum."
Continued from Pace 1-A
East and the decisions of the U.N.
' Repetition does not convert false-
hood to truth." Mr. Rafael said.
He accused the Soviet Union of
grave responsibility for the situa- Mr. Thalmann reported that
tion in the Middle East saying most of the Arabs who presented
that its representative never dis- him with grievances were either
cussed the question of the belliger- former members of the Jordanian | Jj( .*!!""";
ency and hostility of its Arab allies
touards Israel, but instead it in-
flamed Arab passions.
Mr. Rafael repeated Israel's po-
sition that only an undivided Jeru-
salem "will assure religious free-
dom to all." He mentioned the
decisions of the Khartoum Arab
wherein ACB-R H VAN
a Florida corporation l.v viriue of It*
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day of September. 15**7.
ACE-ft B. VAN LINKS. WC
in the Palestinian Liberation Or-
ganization, the anti-Israeli fighting
arm of the hostile Arabs.
The Israeli authorities, whom he
found very cooperative, reported
Ambassador Thalmann. stated un
summit conference of no peace, no equivocally that the process of in-
negotiations and no recognition of ICCration 0f the unified city was
Israel as the proof for no change
in the Arab attitude toward Israel.
Secretary Cencral U Thant re-
ported to the emergency session
that his personal representative,
who gathered factual information
irding Israel's unification of
has found the outward
fairly normal in East
Jerusalem,
condition!
Jerusalem.
Mr Th;ini"s report- 78-page
documentwas based entirely, ex-
ii pi for i formal introduction, on
a report filed by his personal rep-
resentative for Jerusalem tact-
finding, Ambassador Ernesto Thai-
mann, a Swiss diplomat, who spent
two weeks in Jerusalem
While observing that the outward
appearance of Jerusalem was calm
and anpeared normal. Mr. Thal-
mann also reported that many Arab
personalities had given him peti-
tions, memoranda and statements
indicating serious opposition to Is-
rael s civil rule over East Jerusa-
lem He also reported that there
was uidf acceptance of Israel's
principles, granting free aeeesa to
all holy places in Jerusalem to
all religious persona However, he
i Moslem religious leader I
-'nil ami he reported
"irreversible and not negotiable."
The Israeli authorities including
Prime Minister I.evi Eshkol. For
elgn Minister Abba Eban and Is-
raeli Cabinet members responsible
for economics, social welfare and
religious affairs, "made it very
clear, stated Mr. Thalmann. "that
Israel was taking every step to
place under Ha sovereignty those
parts of the city which were no!
controlled by Israel before Tune
1967."
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II' iKERTO PEREZ
.iri.i< Fernandez.
Wll.l.IA.M lASTKII.l."
At I. in. y for Applicant
10^.1 City National Bank Rldg
S \\ i i fTarler Street, Miami
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"CIRCUIT COUR i 11th JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT, DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
Ne. 67. 13086
NOTICE OF PUBLICATION
LEW us a \V il.Fi:.
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I Dirnree iv>mplaiiii filed aaalnxl yu
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i-i.i .... .i i :. nrlalnal nHii Cleric of
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(Vtn)......." i-trieruiv, ...mvlaml will
i,,. ronfeaia .u
I'.ii- .1 Herd 7. I< 7
II I! I 17 VTllKII.MA v '
|:. MAIHil Kltlli: KENT,
I>.-i>ui\ Clerk
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IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA, IN PROBATE
No. 7S865-B
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ence Pence Bordaer, a k a Plnrenc
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NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Credltnra and All Peraona
HnvUiit I'lnim- ir Demand*
Altnlnal snii Batat<
v..ii ai. hereby notified and repaired
i. neeeeiii any rbtlm* and demand*
a Id. h ^u nta.e lm\.. naalnai the ea-
i tale of fi.iI{i:n II k ,i Flor.ii... Pence llordni r a k R
l'|..r> ii. Fin. < iieo.-ns. d late .'f Dade
I'i'uriM. PtorMa, to the County Judffea
f ii...:. foumy. and file Hie name In
ilupll. al.- alld as |.r. vl'i. 'I In Section
TSS.IR, Florida Statatea, in their of-
fice* in tin i'i'Uiiii CtiatfhoUae In Dade
Coualy, ri'.rola. within bIx cnleiidar
month* from the lime of the Hrm pub-
(k.'.ii'h ^.i..'f. .>r the name will bi
barred
Dated .' Miami l'l..rida. this Sth
tin y of Si i". mher. A.I.....!
PAt'l.J DORDNEH
\> Administrator
I tlii-- notice ..li
the a. of Bentembt '
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IN TNI CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA
Caoa No. 7-1401
NTICE OF SUIT
FOR DIVORCE
JKAN c RIIERMAN,
Plaintiff
W11.I.I AM Si! KIWI AN.
I n I.n.lant
TO WILLIAM RIIERMAN
c o Barneal Sherman
ll\.le Street
Ma cheater, Connecticut
VOF AREHEREIIY NOTIFIED thai
:i iVmnlalnl for invoice b.iv been Hied
njratnal you. and you an requlrtsi
nil row Anatrer wlHi the Clerk "(,
thi^ jpoii tin Plaint lira Attorney RONALD
I. DAVIH Suit.- 117 Rlwuyin Build
In*-IS W Flarl.i Sir..' M
Flot ola MIS", "ii or b< fon Ihe !th
da] of IV > r l"..7 If Mil fall do
n.iirm. nt i \ default iii
airalnKl j "ii f..f Ihe relit t th mundi
ihi i'.implainl
lliiv Null. hall I" I'll'
, rout 'i ecu
week* in Ho JKWISH FI."ltll>IAN
M..I. d al Miami I Ntih -
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IN THE COUNTY JUDCESCOURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 7(179-B
In RE: i-'-i ate of
,Ii ISKPH /. I.IP8K V
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NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditor* and HI P< Hoi
mi; Claim* or Demand* ARalnni Raid
Batatt
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ill I.. t'i DOenl any i laim* and n
tvhiek v.-u may have aaaitiKi
..f JOSEPH /. I.IPRK V .!
..f i htdi i 'ounty, Florida, lo ; i in
t> III.If "f I'a.l.- Cl>UI ly, '
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NOTICE TO CREDITOR3
To All Creditor* and Al< I -r -, ,
llaviiia: riulmw or I>.-mnn.l- Ajtun-i
Sal.I Katate.
Vou are hereby notified t.) r>res ,
anv claim* and demands aUch v u
may have ajratnid the eetate nt 1 ,p\\ Is
C. KoRIII.EK. a.k.a U C. KOSHLIUt
de, a--, d late of Ihwle County. Florid.i.
to the County Judaea of Iad Count \
and file the same in dupiiea'.- and ;.-
provided in Section "Its.!*. FTortdk
Statute*, In their office* in th* Oountv
Courthouer in I>*de Coaitty. Flond..
tvilhln *l\ calendar month* (rim the
time of the flr*t puMicutmi. hereof
or the -nine will be barred.
Dated at Miami. Florida, tiila ;:.
day of Au|tut. A I> 1>!7.
MART R KOKHI.RK
Ah Admltio-tratrix
Fir-t publication of thl notice rm n,e
I day of September, IN]
simon. hays (onrvpwr.: .
Attorin-y for Admlnlstrix
run Alnakty un*.
.Miami. Fl.irlda
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NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF 'HE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN ANO FCR
DADE COUNTY.
IN CHANCERY. No. (71 -*u
SUIT FOR OIVORCE
JOSEPHA iASAS d. IK -S
Plululiff
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CIRCUIT COURT. ELEVENTH
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. DADE
COUNTY. FLORIDA
No. (7-13(40
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
All- \ lt< IMBRI '
Plaintiff,
\ *
AM A1>0 HUM Kin I,
I.,'. ndanl
ViT AMAIMi ROMERO ."
fled to -.-rv.' a .-.|.\ yoUl an-w-r
'... I liii'h Complain I flli i ;it
v.-u on PlaintlfT* alloruej liEoltiiH
NH'IHU.AS. KU N \\ 12th Ii.
ml PI and fib' original lib
I'lerk of thl^ 'rN.un on m b.
"Lvt Is Entertain Von"
iii.i". H"7 oftierwlm complain!
drill hi I bj \' ii
I' led Atipu-i i":
i: II l.F\TMI-:i!M \N i'lerk
II) l< \l I.YJIAN
Deputj i
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IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
No 73875-C
! in RE Batate ..f
' WILLIAM .l.MKMAN
11. .
NOTICE TO CREOITORS
Tn All I'tiilit'i- and All PerwMui Ha>
mi; I'l.ntii- .i Demand* Acaliiai Said
Batali
V.-u are hereby notified and raqulred
t.. preoent anj rlalra* and demand*
\ilii.li you inu\ have a*raln*1 the
oatale id William JACKM \\ de-
ueaaed Ihi. ..I Dad* CouMy, Eloriila,
to id. i t.uiitr> .lud.- of Dude County
nad ftli ill.. ..hi.. In duplicate and
a-- I'K.viiinl ii Siiimhi 7 18, Florida
Statute*, iii their oflleea In trn- Count)
Court In.iiv.. in | ia.I.- i'..hum Plorlda
uiihin -i\ ii.n.iar month* fri.m thi
tun. if tin fn t publication hi l ot
in. a ill be bai i ri
Dated ai Miami Ptorida, tlii.s
day of tumai \ 11
IIITli I ,CKMAN
Ah Kxe.'Uliix
i I natural.......f tin nol
the 1*1 dai .a Keptembei
B tRNEY RRIINRTKIN
Attoi Exeeutrix
hi v i: Third Avenue
Miami, |.'|..ii'l i
i-ii-n
NOTICE OF SUIT
OR
ORDER OF PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT 0* rHE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA. IN AND F B
DADE COUNTV.
CIVIL ACTION NO 87.13872
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
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NOTICE OF SUIT
OR
ORDER OF PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY.
CIVIL ACTION. NO (7
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
Till OI \s KlNtl,
Plaintiff,
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I" HI LA MA V KlNtl
Ml llnrpei l oin i
I :a!t inia-. M .11 'and
> ..ii LI LA M \Y KINO, INj her.'-
b) notified thai i ..mtdnlni ror P
\.-i.. ha-. I..-, n hied .--enin*t you. and
you are i..|Uli.'l t.' -.r\.' it W*p) "f
N'our Answer .-i PleadhftB f" lb- Hill
"f Cnmplaltil on the I'lalnliffs At-
loiiM) CAIDIN *.- IH'THI" ''ii':
Mie HuIMiiik. Mlani.. |.'l..rl.l...
I 31110, ,,r.d file ih.- original Anawer or
1'i.a.lii i- in ih.- offl.....t Hie Clerk of
the Cln ult Court on ... before th. 13tli
.ini ..f i i.-t..l.. I'...7 If M.u Ml to .1'.
an, ju-ixiii.tii i.\ .i. fnuit mil !' lateen
' ajraliiM ^.^i t..i thi relief Iremandetl
In ih- i'.ill ..f Comnlnlni
ThiM rrotice Mball lie pul.ll>-' ed i
ench n.tk for four i*onaaeultve wi^l.1*
in The .lwl*h F1oritl.ni
DONE WO ORDERED al Miami.
Pbirldn. Ihi* 3th Anv of Sept A l>
ISH
r. It IJKATIIERMAN.
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September 22, 1967
+ lewlsii ffrridMdin
P-iqo : \
Poland Approves 'Get9
Issued By Miami Rabbi
i the tlrsl time since Wen Id
f.n the Polish government has
ted rabbinic authorities out
I, .at country in executing a
religious divorce (Get) l>c-
fcec a woman living in Poland
^>il I husband in Latin America
Ocails of the unique case
vert disclosed this week by
?abci Tibor H. Stern, spiritual
|e4r of the Jacob C. Cohen
Corr.-nunity Synagogue, Miami
)e*ck, who issued the document.
I religious divorce wu grant-
iti to a woman living in Krakow,
| before Ihe war had one of
|, *ges1 Jewish communities in
I in the absence of a rabbi,
t >man applied to th c ty's
\,w religious council which im
i> communicated w'th the
\ tabbinate In Israel in an at
i o locale Ihe husband The
L||i as traced to San Jose, Costa
I
Tl Costa Rican Jewish com
|umt< contacted Dr Herschel
Pel -/ in Panama who in turn
the cae over to Panama's
} Rabbi Sion Levy
\- the c.i-e of many religious
| in I atin American conn-
Ji .1 equipped to handle them,
j ta Rican divorce was turned
\ Rabbi Stern.
i igh intermediaries, Rabbi
Kecuted the divorce while
sband was in Panama and
Hnner Meeting Is
leason's Opener
|\ .o pm reception will pre
sdc We Temple Kmanu-KI Rroth
rim dinner meeting on Wcdnes-
I) i Sirkin Hall Herbert S
i is president of the club.
(! speaker l>on Shoemaker
Iditor of The Miami Herald will
|i-ii-- "Israel and the Middle
recounting some of the high-
i trip there
Dr Irving I ehrman, spii itual
of the temple will extend
I
.mi i> under the direction
ph Abelow, Daniel Neal
assisted bj Leonard Zilbert.
i< Schwartz, and Harold J Se
\.\ Reservations may be made
Ci ling the temple office
RABBI TIBOK STtKN
the *ife in Poland
The Polish government then rec
Iran's Shah Says
Israel Has Rights
NEW YORK i.ITAi- Shah Mo
hammed Id/., PahlaWi of Iran .-.aid
publicly for the first time this week
that he fell Israel had the right to
exist "naturally, like any other
member oi ihe United Nations
He made the statement in a wide
ranging interview with the New
Yoik Times m Ins palace in Shim
ran. a suburb Ol Teheran
While affirming Israel's right to
national existence, the 47-year-old
kin- said he v.,is opposed to the
use oi military force in general
specificall) to the s x da) June
Israel Arab war He repeated pre-
vious criticism oi Israel's con-
quests, declaring that Iran was
i inst "the annexation ol any-
oi!;, \s tei ritoi j bj sheer brutal
cc He conceded thai in the
lime u ai. ") ou nr Jit ij I his
a- the result of an accident or
that i! \\ as provoked
He also said that he would not
eek to b. a mediator in settling
he Arab-Israeli deadlock. The
Persians, though they are Mos-
lems, are ethnically distinct from
BosUl iiu..y cans For New Effort
Crntinued on Page 11-A
and economic progress than from
men- quantities ol 'hardware'
Dr. Joseph J. Schwartz, vice
president of the Israel Bond Or-
ganization announced that pro-
ceeds from the sale of Israel
Bone's from Jan. 1 through Sept.
12 had reached the record figure
of $171,256,000 the largest
amount realized in any year since
the bond drive was established
16 years a.io.
Dr. Schwartz said that of the
otal sale, $151,617,750 was sold
in the United States, bs compared
with $41,795,500 during the same
period in 1966; S4.848.8dil was sold
in Canada, as compared with
=3.791.950; and 114.790.050 in other
countries ol the free world, as
compared with 15.559,100. The to-
la! v orld wide lor the period Irom
in 1 thrugh Sept l- la -t \ ear
vas (50.146.530, he noted.
Principal conference speaker, ls-
aels Minister ol Finance, Pinhas
Sapir told the .r>tM) Jewish leaders
attending the parley that Israel
di '!oil.....reaih increased re
snurees i Tepoir her disioi
economy and to resume ihe devei-
enl i i [ram that was inter-
..Hi te by the Six Day War
At the same time he called for
greater aid through the Israel Bond
i \c to help Israel carry forward
programs >1 economic develop-
nent. including the expansion of
ndustry and the promotion of its
xport trade. 'Without the devel
ipment capital that onlj Israel
'i n is eould provide." he told the
I'nner session, "we could not have
ucceeded in creating a nation that
performed so magnificently" in
.var and in peace
Terming the Si\ Da; War which
he described as very costly, "one
i the iinest chapters in the long
'listory of our people.' Mr. Sapir
said that the assistance Israel re-
ceived "from world Jewrj in thai
crucial period surpassed everything
i.at had been done during the
previous nineteen years, exceeding
even our most optimistic expecta-
tions For that, he noted Israel
( very giateful. He warned, how
ver. that although Israel has won
the war she must not relax her
ii p.nice
[each Stamp Club
leets Wednesday
Phi Miami Beach Stamp Club
Jill hold its next regular meeting
In Widnesdav in the Community i
loon of the Miami Beach Federal,
laving* Building. 301 71st St
fith the participation of collectors
torn me Miami area as well as a
kumU r of visitors The club meets
in tr- second and fourth Wednes
fay o each month.
At the last meeting of the club.
Lobert Pepoercorn. 14. a junior j
III- >r. held the lucky number
|th<' mystery door prize drawing
prize was a set of Yugoslav air
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*jVistfhridli^r
Friday, S^ptemb-^r
92c/,
\aious
Se
rvices
\Jlii9 lAJeehenJ
1' :
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.f th.- Weeli
s
tQuDATH ISRAEL. 7S01 CaMyte Ave
Orth4ox. Rahbi ir Ever
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AHAVAT SMALOV CONGREOA
TION. % SW 8?th Ave. Ortho-lox
Canter Morrn Barr.

ANSHE EMES 2533 SW nth Ave
ConMrvanve. Cantor Sol Pakowm

BETH DAVID. 262t SW 3rd Ay.
Conaervative. Rabbi Sol Landau
Cantor William W. Lipson.
Friday ana :" SCTv
Mh.mm Confrontlni an OW->e>w
t-,.,- Baturda) : a.m i: ''' '
Lawrence .aon nl Mr ..i 'In Arthur
K'lt-iiium Mlncha 6:45 P "'
------ ------
BETH EL. 500 SW IT** AvJIMJ*
Orthodox Rabbi Solomon S:niff
Friday 1:48 p.n Baturdaj 9 am. Ser-
moi "0jr Faith In Miracle* Mlncna
SO p m.


CENTER
Blvd. Man
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CAKDIEUGHTWO TIME
17 ELUL 6:59

Mlncha T W t> ">
BETH ISRAEL
Orthodox. Rabb
770 40th St..
Berel Wein.
M B
BETH JACOB. 301 Waahinoton Ave..
MB. Orthodox. Rabbi Shmaryahu T.
Swireky. Cantor Maurice Mamenea.
Ave.
Max
BETH KODESH. 1101 SW 12th
Modern Traditional. Rabbi
Shapiro. Cantor Ben Dickeon.
Friday 7 p.m. Saturday 8 :4S a m Ber-
mon "A Promise Fulfilled >* p.m
'We Face lanpracatlonn."
------- a -------
BETH MOSHE CONGREGATION.
13430 W. Oiaie Hwy. Coraervative.
Rabbi David Roaenfeld. Cantor Ben
Zion Kirachenbaom.
Krutay 8:11 P m Bennon: I mtwl we
Stand." Oneaj Shabbal hosted bj Sister-
,.....I Saturday 8:4 a.tn Sermon: "Por-
11. .n of the week."
SO NW Slat PI.
Mr*. Henrj Kapl
3ETH TFILAH. 035 Euclid Ave. Or-
thodox. Kabbi Joaeph E. Rackovaky
------ a
ETH TORAH. 'aath t. ano NE lltl
ve Conae'vative R !>' *** L'B
chiti Cantor Jarnto Ori"
daj I pm Saturday : '" .'
M,.iv I Aivln. -" '< Mr K..I..T
Markosvtts; It.!". eon >' 'r ;" "'
alrv Jamea Rakualn Mieie-ha J" pm

l-Nai Raphael > nvv inrlM
Conaervative Rabbi Charlea M Ru-
bel. Cantor Jack Lerner
Friday I IS i"'< eVrmnri '-."
World I'nltj Pact or Fiction, sat-
in) 13 : in Bar Mltss ah Daniel, aon
,.f mi and Mra Abe Feldman
------ -----
CUBAN HEBREW CONGREGATION
Or M'AMi. VZ47 waah.ngfr Ave.
Orthodox. Rabbi Dov Roaencwaio.
HALLANDALE JEWISH
:26 E. Hailandale tleach
J. Weiti ofliciatea.
HEBREW ACADEMY 2400 Pmetree
Or Orthodox. Rabbi Alexander S
Groea.
HOLLYWOOD TFMPLE S'NAI 1201
johnaon St. Conaervative Rabbi
David Shapi-o. Cantor Vehuuah
Heiibrann
ISRAELITE CENTER 3175 SW 25th
St Conrvati--- RahB ''"i L
Drazm. Canto.- Nathan Parnaaa
---- ----
JACOB C. COlIrN COMMUNITY
SVNACOGUF 1532 Washington Ave
Orthodox Rabbi Tibor H. Sterr
Cantor Meyer Engel
---- ---
*NESETH ISRAEL 1415 Euclid Ave
Orthodox. Rabbi David Ltnrfiald
Cantor Abraham sen.
TEMPLE ZION ajOO Miller Rd Con
tervative. Rabb. Alfred Waxman
a
YOUNG ISRAEL OF GREATER Mi
AMI 90 NE 171at St. Orthodox
Rabbi Naftali Poruah
Prido) i v in Bated '.'* a m. S
r ,... r| sii ill i !' pore t ili<-
High Hoi) Dajrc
YOUNG ISRAEL OF MIAMi
1542-44 Washington Ave F
B-n H lltl.
!i Ida) T p rn !*awji da:
mon- 'V hai a In i Xante
thing Mini ha 7 p in
TEMPLE SHOLOM. 1S2 SW 11th Av
Pomp.ino Beach. Conaervative Rj(.
bi MOrria A. Bkop Cantor ...
Segal
Krldi % v '* "'n 'Tin- linii"'
1 i.r.-. I. Brets."
THE RABBI SPEAKS FROM HIS PULPIT
The Challenge of Leaders!.i|
By RABBI BEREL WEIN
Bath Israel Congegation
In order for us to resolve our situation abdicate their right
goals for the coming year 5728. we load the Kternal People. Foi
must first assess the mo.st stnk.nn greatest crime of Jewish lea,l.
synagogue. 3737 lesson of 5727 Succinctly put. it is in this country has been thai r
Bird Rd. Modern Traditional. Cantor iU4 ,___ lh- ^^^^m^.^^^ |,as consistently Underrated h-
MINYONAIRES
Bird Rd. Mov
Loma Cohen.
OHEV SHALOM. 7011 Bonita Or.. MB.
, that when the
Jewish people
I are aware of the
ifacts. they
respond with
sEPHARDfC jtw.s- center. cwu^f sacri-
Orthodox.
man.
Kaot?< r-n.nr
ETH SOLOMON.
Conaerative.
Friday 7:30 p.m. Saturday a m
Mit/.vah Steven Lealle, BOtl of Mr
Bar
nnd
*T. LAUDEJ.uAl E EMANUEL. 1C1
S Andrew? Ave. Kefornt Rabb'
Richard M. Lsitn. Cantor Jeromr
Klement.
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FT LAUDERDALE TEMPLt BETH
ISRAEL. 547 E. Oakland Park Blvd.
Rabbi Philip Chaiton. Cantor Theo-
dore Mindich.
I fice and success.
. ____ | This is true lot
SKY LAKE SYNAGOGUE 18151 NE.Only Of OUT
brethren in Is-
19th Ave. Orthodox. Rabbi Jonah
Caplan.
: Pridai 5 SO p in Baturda) > n> Ber-
1 mon The Civil Knehi> i--u.- and Antl-
I Semltlam." Mlncha T p.tn
TEMPLE ADATH YESHURUN Con
aervative. 1025 NE 1*3rd St.. Miami
Gardena Rd. Rabbi Milton Schlinaky.
Cantor Harry Sterling
rael. Dut of ill
of the sons of
j Jacob, wherever
j they are. And
| this should lead
j us to a defini-
tion ">f leader
capacity of American Jewr> We
have set our sights too lou
demands arc feeble, and then I >r*
our results in the main ha\<
poor.
MiBJ. WEIN
fKatbinical V-
evision f-rograms
Sejpf. 24Ch. 7. 10:00 a.m. The Still Small Voice.
Host: Rabbi Mayer Abramowitz. Temple Menorah.
Topic: Prospect for Peace in the Middle East
Guest: Don Shoemaker, editor. The Miami Herald and
Dr. Henry King Stanford, president of the
Universit) of Miami.
$.? 24Ch. 10. 11:00 am The Jewish Worship Hour
Dr. Max A. UpschiU, Rabbi. Beth Toiah I n,
North Miami Beach.
S.pt. 26 Ch 2. 9:30 10:30 p.m. Man to Man.
Moderator: Rev. Luther C Pieree
Participants: Dr. Irving Lehrman, Rabbi. Ten--
Emanu-EI: Rev. Edward Graham, Ml
Church; Fr Dai id Russ I, Dioc M I
I have an abiding faith n
Jewish people. 1 do not think I
Jewish youth wants shallow Unita
tion but I do think that it will re
spond to the stimuli of Intensive
Jewish thought and practice We
have all become aware that there
is no "easy way out" for us From
Nasser to Kosygin to H. Rap
Brown come the external unyield
empl! Knd... "JJ J jJJJ" ,ife which unfor. ing pressures upon us. The only
Dr.. S Miami. Reform. Rabb. Her- Ship in JeWlsn Hie. wiiun umu. ^^ an<| impreRnahle deft-nsv
bert Baumgard. Cantor Michael Kyrr Umately has been SOrelV laCKing mMtmmt ,k~- rtoslaiiphtl LS the in
^-; K,i:"' ST ,""-d b> jl-tely JewUh leadership founded ^^^^^^J!:^
rEMPLE Be7h'el O- HOllV ; "7^"^[^tSZ Z* <*<*>** ">*.
WOOD 1351 S 14th Ave Reform l-*-"r"-
,bh. Samuel Jae of their identity, purpose, prob
U 1:13 pm Bermoti "Orow-lni )frns ana shortcomings.
Si1,,,v,.hh* ^:;.; ^r:.V\- In short, leadership must tell the
truth no matter how painful or un-
o-Tula- inch telling will be 1
TEMPLE BETH RAPHAEL IS* vy.n r,|.,ner to public faVOT v>^
Je'feraon Ave. Conaervative Rabbi ,.-tli.
David Raab canto' s.i. w B"-h glossing over the seriousness of tne
Miller and Stunner l> Miller
can only be realized by high goal-
tenacious demands, and candor be
tween the leadership echelon of
Jewry and the laaasea,
If 5728 brins to us a nalitaUoi
i| this 'ruth, then it will truly b.
.1 ^ikiiI year."

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TEMPLE BETH SHALOM of H?'l>-
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Editor: Or. Shlomo Kodesh
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Sho-haoa: Hello Rivkah'
What's neu'1
Rivkah: Who i-. speaking? Shosll I
I didn't recopni/c your voice
S What's doing at home? Are you
geitmt: ready for the Holida -
K Hat e\actl>' This scar I jm
indulping myself.
S. What happened0 You'll be a
guesl elsewhere?
R. Exactly. We decided to go with
the children to a resort place.
And you. are >ou staying at
home for the holidays?
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S. This time, no! We would gladly
slay home Zvi loves lo spend the
holidays with hf. family. I loo
an tired of the fnssing of
hospitality. This year we are
gome to live Kihbuir
It Whom do you have in ihe
Kibbutz?
S. Did you forget? My sister
Deborah is a member of
Thanitah''
R. Correct. I forgot Happy
Holidays Shoshana. How good
and pleasant it is for sisters to
dwell in unity.
New Word*
we decided "B'rn
hospitality iirnxn
a; mix? ypjrj
fjrrt r*ss =Rr:
B'-.Rr: wn tfxnj .ft a*;?-
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"-IE B'NAI 5MO-OM. T^S NW
ltd S"-rt Cor .- Rabbi
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tin 6V Co-^-rvitwf Rsbbl Irvlna
Leh'rnan Cn-'or Zvi a
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AMI IJ* P "Oth St r!rhh'
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TPMOLF IVUAH O^ '."1ll
'V-n SW soth Way. Conaervative
Pahhi Irwin Cutler.
a
FM'i.E JLiOFA 5r0n nranarla Blvd
d-#^.... Rihh, Mnrrle Klonap
l'i Ida) p m I Bahrtath.

"MlE MENORAH. 130 75th St
Ce>Mo*vatlva o-ri-' Mv' As.ram
owitf Cantor Niro Fl>tman.
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rc-MPLF NFR TAMlO H0h St anl>
T|im SAfrwav. Modern Trdl
MaXMrt Rabbi Fuaena Lahov.tz Can
?-- Cxwiapd Ki#ln
I ,\ R-1E nm -;.'ii si'. .1 m
Hi- siirvah: It..lirt Keith, -
\tr> Itenae) l-iurrnrr ami s David
Umrm
Synopsis of the Wealtly Torah Portion Kl TAVO
A Jew offera Brst-fruitJ before the prietl witl make'
ion
And now. h
., : e." Deul 2fl 10
KI TAVO-- Vnd shal when tl in coma in
ii i w bJch ...
iu -!m Make of the fmil tund
:,: hy God shall ch
.,. ;i,.-.: snd the priest shall take 1
iwn before tin
i I it dow n before Ihe I.....
I vsorshi God When thou ba.si
e tithe of thim increase in the third
: ir thou si the Lord thy God I hava put
.;. the i llowi house, and also have given
them unto the 1 ei ti ind unto Ihe stranger, to the fatherless.
the widow I have not transgressed any of Thy
(intents, neither have l forgotten thenf (Deutejronom)
26.1-131 "And ii shall Ik- when > an- passed over the Jordan.
th..; e shall sel up these il >nes, which I command you this
-ii mount Eba and thou shall plaster them with piaster .
And thou slialt write upon the stones all the- words of this Mw
v plainly" Deuteronomj 27.4-8).
Tba portiop goes on to Meat of the blessings and" iiirsi-
vith which Moses charged the children of Israel; for further
emphasis, the covenant made at mount lloreb is reaffirmed y.
Moab. J
This recountinq of th* Weekly Portion of the) Law Is e>
traded and based upon "Th* Graphic History af the Jewiah
' Haritaos" edited by P. Wollman-Tsamir, $15 Publisher Is
Shengoid. and the volume is available at 27 William S., New
York 5. N.Y. Pre.ident of Hva aaciafy dlstrisMitinej the, voluma
Is Jasaph Schlan*. 4
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Quiz Box
Mnxnatk Eipressioas
Hagpy Holiday!
What happened (suddenly)
Proverb
How good and how pleasant it i>
for brethren to dwell together
in unity.
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hip a? o-nij n:r a-;:-.-r awng
TFMPLE SINAI OF NORTH MIAMI
Temporary ofl'e. 1S80t NE 22nd
Ave Reform. Raobi Ralo* Kinamley.
\ si*, imii Barman Teachers, [
i ,1,'.... ,. ,i s, i nnla 1 i Inv.
Baturday 11 am Sermon: I
ah P'-i li'Hi "f tlie >'k VII
... ;. \\*aahlncton l.-.i.i.ii
\K ISTth street.
TEMPLE TIFEPETH JACOe t1 E I
4th Ave.. Mlalaah. Conaervative :
t.hhi M-irlre >"ln
I, m ( mi I- I.r' >.\ slop-
. a Adulu Baturda, s u m
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TEMi-LF 7AM0RA 44 Zamo'a Ave
ronae-vtiv# Rhhi Mv.H |r
ger Cantor Seymour Hinkea.
P
ii, in -1.. s 8 i mon
lural I
Why do iome Jews lay the
tombstones flat down over the
grave instead of placing it in
an upright position over the
head of the grave?
This is the traditional Sephardic
loriental Jewish) custom. ZunztZur
Geschichte Und I.iteratur. 393) feels
that this is a residue of the ancient
ctutom of erecting a superstructure
over the grave, Some feel that it
; the tombstone flat over the grave
; has the effect of covering the en-
. tire grave and thus serves as a
practical means of prohibiting any-
one from stepping on the grave.
Furthermore an upright tombstone
would appear to look like a statue
to which Jewish tradition is averse
This puee ii pre/sated m co-
operation until me Greater Mi-
ami Rjfihimcdl Asociatio.
Coordinitor of features ap-
pearing here is
DR. MAX LIPSCHITZ
-
is an expression of deviation from .
what -ems to have developed as a \ 'f"1""1 '"*" "f ^ Torah
non Jewish custom of erecting the ', Congregation of North MvaW
Ralph tombstone in an upright position, i Beach.
riFERETH ISRaEL *rm N Ml ,
Ave Conaerva'ive. Rabbi Ralph tombstone in an Upright position.
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ry, Sertpnber 22. 19R7
* M h f #- M' rHirtr
BOOK REVIEW
seymomr h. Hebman
REVIEWS
The Path of the Upright
by MOSES HAYYIM LUZZATTO
Translated, Edited and with an Introduction by
Mordecai M. Kaplan
>i liowt liayyim Lusxatto
born in Padua. Italy, in 1707
I was thoroughly trained in
Lionel .li'wi h lore and in the
.11 learning of his day. He
came one of the leading cab
n of his time. He moved to
icl;,m and while still pur
ing his studies i a rued his five-
it a lens grinder. He wrote
the Mcssilat Yasharim, a popular
. ot religious ethics, in 1740
i Dr, Moxdecai M. Kaplan
ted, edited and wrote an
i n for ih" book in 1934.
Je\ ;>li Publieal Ion
: nil a n w editi n M
to:mnt with the original
i and 'lie English transit
Ml *aei;ij pgt .-. The
ne of the iia--'(- i I Jewish
ature and its reappearanci
these iroiiiik-d times mas help
rtonenl thiukinu and appraise
r.temporary mores and stand
His
The aim of the hook Is to serve
a guttle in the attainment of
lintlineat. To paraphrase a sen-
nee of the Ethics of the K.i
lers. '"You are not called upon
> complete the work, but you
re not at liberty to avoid the
isk because you cannot com-
etc it I.uzzatto believed that
ach person must do his best to
mprove his knowledge and mor-
litjr in order to earn the great
lfts of the world hereafter.
Judaism has always stressed
he importance of cultivating
pintual values and ethical con-
UCt. Kaplan discusses the con-
sisting roles of ethical conduct.
Inch is independent of outer di-
rected pressures, and legal sys
tens Man invented the doctrine
( reward and punishment in the
world aa an adjunct to re-
lig on'i aspiration to ethical con-
duct because reason, per se,
seems nadeauate a, the source
for such conduct.
LuzzattO predicates 'his teach-
upon sentence? and texts
i I i :- lasuYy of Jewish la*.
i an liter it re rhe criteria
tl h'nlne- ,' !. ell a'lli-
fear of sit etc.,
it h he develops as the basa
. | to
i i was to 1
Path of Ml Upright
I
In the era of "Weisrhi w
i i -." LuzzatlO's ad non ti in is
mosl cogent ."Hi pleasure of
the uourniand is !h" most diTCt
and intense Yet could anv ex
perience be more transient and
perishable" It la^t onlv while the
food passes through the o-opha-
gua Whether a man eat
fatted capons or bran bread, he
i- satisfied if he eats enoutrh. If
man realized that immoderate
eating brings on numerous ills,
produces stupefying heaviness,
dulls the mind and generates
gases, he would not look upon it
M enjoyment. He would know |
that enjoyment is deceptive and
fleeting but that the evil to which
it lcads is real and permanent."
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Zim Orders Supertankers
IV \ The Zim
sed this week that il
oi trad with a Swed
-'i ill ling firm for const
1 I ton supertanl
. i. ,. mple4d in Ivffi
> .' 9.000.600.
Israel ship:
line said the oi was placed aftei
' lin< had received assurance
anl tanker would be
I for the next ten
vpars in arrying oil to Israel.
JOSEPH R. MONDRES. presi lent oi the Mi
bee 1 Ige I......lees hati Is i [
- [.Herbert 1 ri iht in Ih n
Wasln:. |l
' ; Mondr
Iv ide 1 Rej Bui
Palmer
\1lmori\ls
"Miami's Only
Jewish
Von., nent
Builders"
LEADERS IN
SERVICE, QUALITY
WD VALUE!
Bet!i Jacob Services
At Hibiscus Lodge
!'* 'h Jacob S> na oi ue
h u ill induct I! h Holy Day
ervices thi< year at the Hibiscus
Masonic I odge, Alton Rd at loth
St., in response to requests of the
populous high-rise area on South
Beach.
Pr Shmaryahu T. Swirsky, spiri
tual leader of the congregation, will
alternate in the pulpit for the High
Holy Days with Louis Schwartz
man. Cantor William B. Nu.-sen
u ill < i,..in Hi lituj v for th: si
w*WWA-^WA^^-^WA^VrfA^W
CANTOR
FRED BERNSTEIN
\k table for Ihc High Holidays. Call from
lam o 4:30 p.m. JE 1-3353 Of af'e'
I call 531-7367.
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ptn fverv Day Cloird Sobbolh
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COMPLETE LINE OF
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PRAYER BOOKS AND
HOLIDAY GREETING CARDS
AT LOWEST PRICES
Large Selection ot Esrooim
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ISRAEU GIFT ITEMS
1357 Washington Ave.
MIAMI BEACH, FLA.
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REPHUN'S HEBREW
BOOK STORE
Greater Miami's lorqeit t Oldest
Supply House (or Synaqoquei,
Hebrew t Sunday Schools.
Wholesale & Retail
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417 Wash it. 4 ton /We. JE 1*017
SCHEDULED UNVEIUNCS
Sunday, S tptemtMr 24, 1967
Jjwish Section
ioiII ;*,n Park Cemetery
SONYA KOTKlN, 3 p.m.
Mt. Nebo
EDWARD DRILL, 2 p.m.
Rabbi Mas Sli
SEE WHAT YOU BUY I
DO NOT BUY FROM
MAIL ORDER FIRMS
AND BE SORRYI
Buy Direct from the
Manufacturer in Miami
and save many dollars.
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Synagogues. Schools A Private. Use
1S85 Washington Ave.
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Friday, September 22
Highlights In Sports
JESSE SILVER
Flecknian Turns Pro
GOLFER Marly Fleckman has decided to turn pro.
I Us decision" bathe to light when he declined an
invitation to play in the AmeriCM Cup matches
.ula and Mexico However, he did staj
amateur long enough to place sixth in the i S
champ on-hip He shot 74-73-70-73 292 finish seven
strokes behind the winner Earlier, at the Western
Amateur, the 23-year-old Texan lost in the 18 hole
final. 3 and 1
if I get dual citizenship I will compete.''
Tal Brody told Robert Markus of the Chicago Trib-
une Brody. former Illinois All America basketball
player, was speaking about the possibility of repre-
senting Israel in the 1968 Olympic Game*
"There's no problem from the Israeli point of
\ lew They have the law of return where any Jew
can come to Israel and be a citizen. But the United
States does not recognize dual citizenship Howe\er.
a recent Supreme Court ruling may be in my favor."
Brody has returned to Israel alter ;i short visit
in the United States He will continue to help de-
velop the athletic program Advised by the State
Department to leave Israel, he aid I couldn't leave
these people. I had too many triends. and we had
shared too many experiences, Brody was under fire
in Jerusalem during the June fighting
Israel's nation.il basketball team defeated a IS
college .ill star team Bl-65, at Ramal Gan Dave New
mark. Coliim! ia's seven fool All America, scored 12
is for tin' losers Newmark mid Brodj were
-he is team that won the basketball
'he i"t;.r) Mac,abiah Games
igncd a two trad with
Hi -i Wan Mark Tun i I
with tlv Philadelphia 76ers The
Miami I ked up kickin
Lusteg, who scored 98 points for Buffalo last j
Capitol Spotlight:
By MILTON FRIEDMAN
Between You and hie:
By BORIS SMOIAR
Federations Survey Jewish Education
JEWISH communities throughout
the country arc starting the
new Jewish, school year with a
stroii.: desire to intensify Jewish
education. During the last few
years there were about 600.000
children Irom 5 to 17 years of age
enrolling each year in all types ot
.lewish schools all over the country
This plateau is not regarded as discouraging, be-
cause the Jewish population in this country has not
increased during the last years ;.nd the number of
school-age children is likewise rot increasing.
However. Jewish federations in a number of cities
are determined to see to it that more un enrolled
children should be attracted to Jewish schools They
are. therefore, now giving increased attention to
central planning and financing of Jewish education
At least a dozen Jewish communities have com
pletedor are completing studies of Jewish educa-
tion under the auspices of their local federations
nne oi the major facts which these studies seek
to establish is: Whom are the Jewish schools reach-
ing and whom are they missing'' Another ma
question which they seek to clarify is: What are
possibilities for better and more efficient progra
of Jewish education. Jewish educators are
interested in having the communities take stock
ihe quality rather than the mere dimensions of .1.
i-h education. In their view, a huge increase
enrollment only compounds what shortcomings e>
in the quality of Jewish education
A study made by the St. Louis Jewish Fedi
lion ol the Jewish educational system will be
interest to other communities The Federation dr
up recommendations on how to improve progra .
and facilities now available and outlined its m
_oals It sought to establish statistically the I
-chool age Jewish population as well as to ana
the enrollment, attendance, retention and drop .
in various Jewish education programs On the m
tative side, it sought to establish the stand
pupil achievement in their study ot history, cusl
Bible, contemporarj Jewish life, and Hebrew
guage The survey also probed and analyzed attil
a'-d backgrounds ol students, parents and teachi
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Overseas Newsletter. By ELIAHU SAIPETER
Israel Tackling Occupation Problem
Right To Privacy
u ashington
THE ADMINISTRATION is seeking to
-tall action b> the House on a
. II ol Rights" for
'hat won!.I forbi I
ernment
plica! ( lose their n bat k
in or ra
The lull also prol ts tor
- to force dis losure ol other
tonal data It dividuals from other forms ol
coercion and invasions ol privac)
Five huge filing cabinets in the office of the Con
stitutional Rights Subcommittee of the Senate Judiciary
Committee are hulging with complaints s ime <>i the com
plainants told how the government required them to
answer "true" or 'false'' to such questions as "Christ
performed miracles" "1 go to church almost every
week" "I believe in the second coming of Christ "
Subcommittee Chairman Sam F.rvin. Jr.. North Caro-
lina Democrat, felt the government had no right to force
answers to such inquiries. He said that "anyone who
wishes to understand what intrusion of privacy really
means can find out by applying for a government job."
Sen Frvin and the 78 other Senators who voted for
his bill. S.1035. were concerned about the preservation of
individual freedom in an age of computers and scientific
technology. They noted not only the bold probing of re-
ligious beliefs under the guise of security requirements
but also probes into philanthropic practices and even
sexual behavior.
Pressure by the Administration forced the exemp-
tion from the protection of the bill of the two agencies
concerned with overseas sleuthingthe Central Intelli-
gence Agency and the National Security Agency. Sen
Frvin told the Senate he did not favor even these exemp-
tions,
The I'll l was given the same authority provided
the cia and N.S.A However, the F.B.I said it did not
use the objectionable testing methods on Its employes
Sen lid thai h h as subcommittee
cha i mi thai : machines (in dc
ally unreliable for any purpose." He said,
i the i nited Stat r< its on th ise de
ndeed pitifully in* ure I ly, it
the !' B l does not us.- Lh< >e examin it
en if it could in thai psycholo il
and DC I have mystical powers and can be
"av lor or divine the truth. 1 would
till their being i sed to probe the religious beliefs
family relatioiishios. or sexual attitudes of American cm
zens." said the Senator.
Although the watered down bill passed the Senate by
a vote of 79-4. it facet an uncertain future in the House
The Administration is expected to seek further modifica-
tion. An attempt will be made to stall action.
Government officials contend that there are already-
enough Administrative regulations to safeguard employe
rights.
Jerusalem
THE ISRAELIS are settling down
lay in an n the
Sii Wat in June 'Mrs is refli I
il p
de o mosl ol the pop ilati
was hoped
li ol thi ir defeat
ally 'awaken" the Vrabs and steer
I; but perceptibly toward the peace tali!
thai mood, Israi ly to hand back mosl of
the occupied territories in exchange for Arab s (natures
on a peace tri l for some1 border reel
with Jordan and ol coins,-, except for the Old City and
Ea Jerusalem
It was in this mood that Israeli authorities permitted
lord an authorities to pay some salaries of civil sen
nts .n the occupied wesi hank it was in tins mood, also,
thai Isi -i i reed to the return of west bank Arabs
fled to Jordan during the recent war
the expei tations ol mableni
i ii ibl nes" did nol material ze Isi ael disem
men! came when a m< the Jordan Cabinet ureed
the refugei lut ri to the nk to "become a
in the Mesh" of the Israelis It contii I with the
Jordanian incitemenl of the wesl bank residents to strikes
and acts of enil disobedience and with repeated acl
-mi by the Egyptia aci iss the ceas
line in the Sue/ Canal.
it culminated in the Khartoum conference oi the
Arab leads i i state where, alter what was described as a
victory of moderates." the final communique declared
that the Arabs would not give recognition to Israel nor
sign a peace treaty with her.
All this has not changed the declared policy of Israel;
there will be no retreat from occupied areas until a peace
settlement and the final borders between Israel and her
neighbors will be determined in direct ngotiations be-
VVhal ha- chant ed is the esti ate
thai | pass be in Ihi trabs a ree ti direcl I i
Mi lat e ma i Israi -
to visit as. mainl)
west py like v hal t'i< y see and
all this is n
Even t the overnmenl wanted to, it would prol...
. h stiff, i ""n now to an} idea
ent 'ii it would ick to tie K\ abs a
as ihey r iuI l have gotten in m
aftei
\ the attitude ol the traba on I i |
- have- under es l he- complete
ck ol defeat of the first davs has worn "it and -> ha-
on :lv oth t hand, the spin: oi fratenization lispla d I
the \ I isi Jei Ii m
BVC rather epucklv po eOl
oatioi si it a II) differ) nl from thi
u] experience they had expecti I ind then-1 -
themselves displays >f hostility that
would ed to display evi Binsl |

h a i urious n, 'he- Pales'
\i.,ti- : im teen years et rtanl hi
lo ihe Jor Ian authority ~ sud lenly l era me Jot
nuts- ,.- an i xpression nl their hostility tov ard th
occupation authorities
Recenl however even this attitude is be;,,
chan.e Pi vately, Palestinian Arab leaders now >b
strongl) ti the idea thai the future of the west bank -
l>e settled d rectly between Israel and Jordan. Thej hum
on being partners to any agreement deciding their fate
the Israel government does not yet seem ready to t
brace this condition, but it is the feeling here that
quick settlement in hi lateral peace talks with King Hu-
sein is not very likely in the near future
A very temporary situation is slowly beginning ut
take on a semblance of permanency.
VIEWPOINT
By Samuel Goldsmith
From Russia With Love
London
AN OLD FRIEND sent me a copy of the Soviet
** magazine. "Za Rubezbcm" (Beyond the Fron-
tiers). This is a publication designed to supply
Soviet nailers with a true picture of what is going
on abroad, to broaden their outlook and to give
them an insight into the ways of the world.
\ friend drew my attention to an article by one
U Ivanov on Zionism ill the past and present I read
:t || was hard work Ivanov is a bad writer The
il\a Ehrenburg once explained: people are bad
Axiters not because thej are Socialist-realists but
iuse the good Lord has no) -p. en them t->
mo is one >! those II one p. j s attention .
to that he 'ires, il is because he represents i'n-
ial line and speaks for the Soviet autl
Indeed he supplies Ihe ammunition lo men
Ial Fedorenko Andrei Gromyko and even Ko-
sygin him-i il
lien- I- some oi Ivanov'a "scholarly" appraisal ol
Zionism Herat's "Judenstaat," says Ivanov, had a
great impact because it "as taken up by Pieve, the
Kaiser, the King of Italy. British ministers, the
Rothschilds, and a few others, They all rushed to
help llerzl and to support his plans. Incidentally.
Ivanov does not think much of Here) as a journalist
but let that pass llerzl was a racialist, according to
Ivanov. Worse than that, he was also undermining
the international workers' movement. I quote:
"The idea of a "Jewish Stale' was used a> a lev-r
10 mobilize the Jews of all countries lor the pro-
tection ol the interests of their imperialist backers
Israel still protects those interests ."
The Zionists, according to Ivanov. have unlimited
funds because they are baeked by tin monopolist-
America, Weal Cermany and Britain. No mention
here ol France I lie kv \)r Cauile' Or Nnhurh Gold
mann comes m for a mention three thnea Ha
i with the largest American monopolies
treacherous aggression against the pro
51VI \rab world" was helped by the Zionists lii
informs us, the Zionists were all for K,
Israel il was opposed i" a progressive
"ii "
It i-\ idence thai the rebuttal of
. churned oul bj Ivanov gives comfort
m ho have to suffer il in s li nee it Is
their > e that we should take the 'rouble ti
articles Things get around They would I
about the answer, wherever published The) w
nol applaud openly Hut the> would feed grateful
Furthermore, there may be Jews in the CSS I!
people under forty, say. who may be influenced by
this sort of propaganda. There are of course non
Jews with open minds m Russia, too. but I am think
ing of Jews because it is they who are in mental
agony over such attacks on other Jews. We must try
to dispel their doubts by nailing Ivanov's lies, how
ever distasteful a task it is.
.
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IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
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FLORIDA. IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY
CASE NO 67- 13476
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SrONSORS YOUNG WDAEA
I Hadassah Convention Adopts
Large-Scale Youth Program
DR. MICHAEL DeBAKEY. noted heart surgeon, receiver-
tiie Henrietta Szold Award from Mrs. D. Leonard Cohen,
(right) chairman of Hadassah's Henrietta Szold Award
.. mfttee, as Hadassah president. Mrs. Mortimer [a I
looks on.
Arab-Israel Accord Seen
Within Twenty Years
By ISABEL GROVE
Mrs Mortimer Jacobson, articu
knowledgeable national prcsl
dent oi Hadassah, who arrived in
I |asl two days after the md
ol the si> Daj War. told the Jew-
ish Floridian that the "foresees
thr integrati >n of Arabs and Is-
raelis within i 20-year generation."
Basis for this optimism stems
from Mrs Jacobson's belief that
"the Arab peoples want the same
thine* for themselves and their
families as 'he Israelis do ood
health, education and peace "
Elected for a fourth presidential
term at Hadassah's 53rd conven
tion held here this past week. Mrs
Jacobson called the conclave "a
historic one" since it marked the
return to Mount Scopus where
II,da.-ah medical facilities had
stood empty for 19 years "
'Of prime importance." Mrs Ja
cobaon stated, "is makine avail
able to the Arabs th health serv-
ices of the Hadassah Medical Or-
ganization SO th.it their standards
can eventually come up to th'>sc
established b) the Israeli-, where
for example, polio has been almost
completely eliminated
In addition, "the Hadassah fa-
cilities arc open to Arab doctors
and Israel i.as sent tome of its
specialists into the Arab hospitals
During the war. Arab n> well as
Israeli casualties were treated, the
number reaching close t" 1 090 "
The hospital will now be used
for a rehabilitation and research
center Plans also include complet-
ing the bidlding a> a Hadassah
Youth t enter where youngsters
from other parts of the world may
nd a ) ar or two while learning
rbo it the eountrj
Th'- recent convention also
marl I lilestone for the Miami
ter "i Hadassah winch.
foi thi fh lime, join< d the magic
circle ot Had sah groups with
memt ers, changing the
B Nin e B ren
aliti who s, rved as
n for the conventi in weer Mrs
.....! Sakr us ,.t Miami Beach,
and Mrs Im in Lisa of Coral i;a
bles, who participated in several
ot the orograma. Also presei
tings and a welcome to the
visitors were Mm. Sam Steinberg,
Miami Chapter president, and Mrs
Henry B W< rmck. Miami Beach
Chapter president.
Other Dads County residents
who head sd committees during the
gathering based at the Fontaine
Meau Hotel Which attracted some
2500 delegates were Mrs Nat
Berth, Mrs Bmanuel Mentx, Mrs
Milton Sirkin, Mrs. Max Swarta,
M'.s i 'liian Goodman, Mrs. Peter
Heller, Mrs Doeothv KristgerFink,
Mrs a. Arthur Pekelner, Mrs Mas
well Waaaberg, Mrs Henry Paul,
Sherman Fast. Mrs .lack
Kai/.man. Mrs Jack Wolfstein.
Mrs Jack Miller.
Also Mrs Samuel Goldberu, Mrs
Benjamin Zeigmund, Mrs Zvi
Feinstein, Mi Joseph Milton, Mrs
Leonard Wolpe and Mrs Bernard
Lipson.
Founded In 1912 by a group of
Brooklyn women, Hadassah today
Hadassah's 53rd national conven-
tion this week launched a new and
expanded Zionist youth movement
encompassing the agreement of
tiv women's Zionist organization to
sponsor Young Judaea The youth
group had formally requested
Hadassah sponsorship a few days
before the convention opened at
he Fontainebleau Hotel In Miami
Beach.
'I he delesates apprni ed a goal
if S9.896.500 foi its I9CT-68 pro-
grams in Isi acl and bud
51.629.074 for its activities in the
United States.
Mrs Morti* icr Jacobson
health pro-ram- later elected pre- denl >r iniza
i uric" ha< 315.000 members
throughi ul the nation
operates a 130 million medical cen-
ter which it built outside Jeruss
lem. Numbering some 315.000
i nbers throu hunt the country.
Hai assah has < dablished mi
aken on by the national govern-
nent In Israel and built five ho*
p t 'Is later transferred to local
authorities
in approving the new youth pro-
gram, the delegates defined the
.;ins as:
1 The development of American
Jrwbh youth into knowledge-
able Zion'st leaders for future
community responsibility;
2. The creation of strong ties be-
tween American Jewish youth
and the youth of Israel;
I. Helping J wish young people
to understand and act on the
blems they face today as
Americans, as Jew and as
Zionists
The convention adopted a r bo
tion '.....ming th p int pol
v n ni >it on the Middle E si
riC'ated by President lohi
. supported b) a majority of
'c ngress, affirming that this poli s
ts American political -
iova and the highest standards of
international morality." The reso-
lution declared that "attempts to
contuse public opinion by ignoring
hese -tandards and distorting the
'acts must be vigorously resisted."
*t pledged Hadassah to work iuv
easingly for peace in the Middle
Bast
in another resolution, Hadassah
ed the United States govern-
ment to "insist" that the Interna-
tional Com nittee of the Red Cross
pi rmitted to investigate the
nent of Jewish ci\ ilians in
Vrah countri?s It called for i i c
"assure that
lews who remain in Arab lands
ill he permitted to live in dignity
md freedom and that those who
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Hadassah Adopts
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chooe to emigrate be permitted
to do so."
Hadassah also asked the United
States government, in another res-
olution, fur maximum effort in the
United Nations ?nd through diplo-
matic channels to convince the
Soviet I'nion to end the "acceler-
ated anti-Semitic propaganda" in
the Soviet Union and to restore its
Jewish citizens to a position of
equality with all other ethnic
groups, with f-eedom to practice
their religion and pursue their cul-
tural life as Jews.
Prof Kalman Mann, director of
the Hadassah Medical Organiza-
ti a, announced that the group had
entered into an agreement with
the United Nations Relief Works
Agency lUNKWA), at the request
of the Israel Ministry of Health, to
provide care for cancer patients on
the vast bank of the Jordan River
for whom UNRWA is responsible.
He aid that Hadassah has already
ordered a ne 35 million volt beta-
tron machine at a cost of S250.000.
to handle the new cases. He said
that 200 Arab patients from East
Jerusalem and the west bank area
are now N in_' treated daily at the
Hada^sah-Hebrew University Medi-
cal Center at Fin Karem. They
comprise about 20 per cent of the
1 number of patients treatec' in
the outpatient department, he
added.
PHYLISS ROSENBERG liter), president of the Hebrew
Araderr.y FT A and Gicr.T Rcsner. presidei-.t of the He-
brew Academy Women, are she .earsmg ::>r the
installation meeting to be held at 8 p.m. Wednesday at
the Academy auditonur.. S u] Zabe!, Academy executive
director, looks on.
Fontainebleau to Complete New Lobby
A new SI.000.000 lobbv will be for its outstanding facilities and
completed at the Hotel Fontaine-
bleau in time to welcome guests
for the new season. Ben Novack.
owner and president of the hotel,
announced this week.
Morris Lapidus. world famous
architect, waa engaged by the
hotel to de-ign the new lobby and
majestically elegant beauty and
Novack has continuously sought to
keep the Fontainebleau the am
inspiring establishment that it has
the reputation ot being throughout
The world
Eighty Leading Americans
Call For Middle East Talks
NEW YORK Eighty curity is bound up with our owi
American leaders in science, edu- Without peace settlements nl
cation, literature, law. economics, nto by Israel and each of the w.,
art. architecture and public affairs mg states, we are only stern
called on the United States govern uel for new outbreaks, with no ...
ment this week to initiate within urance that a new encounter l(-
the United Natioas. and outside the be contained or restricted either -o ^|
world organization, actions to in conventional weapons or to re-
duce the Arab states to enter into gtOIMJ states. In the delimited dt.
direct peace negotiations with Is no.-phere of a direct confront;,!] ,n
net. Sixteen of the signatories to ">et\\een the parties. Insulated
the statement are Nobel Laureates aaainst the competitions and |>r..
One of the latter. Dr. I I Rabi. sures of major or minor states,
University Professor Emeritus at hard reality may provide mop f.
Columbia University, and winner fective counsel and impetus foi j
of the Nobel Prize in Physics in si-itlcment than the public del
1944. transmitted the appeal to ol the past 20 years."
President Johnson on behalf of all .. -----.. .
Five of the signatories Md
Calling Israel "a treat human tiated the aprx-a!. stating Its
and creative source. the state post i to support our go\,rn-
ment declared that, to preserve ment and others seeking a .
ment of the confl'd in the V
East which is n tliltk and cap..b|e
of stabilizing the area after 20
pears and three wars." The I
who made the statement p
today, were: Dr Louis F F;--er
Professor of chemistry at Har ird
University; Dr Maurice GoMh.,kr.
a member of the National Academy
of Sciences; Dr. Robert Hofv
tlements have been reached, it be- nrof,.ssor of physics at Stanford
comes possible to tackle the for ,-imersity aml 1961 Nob(>i ,
m.dable human and development ,(jnn,.r: Dr Rabi; and pr ,,
problems of the region, wh.ch have Ritt.nN.rs> chairman of the
and encourage Israel, "is sure- .i
major responsibility of the civi-
lized world. Enabled to develop in
peace." the signatories stated. Is
rael'i contribution to the region
.rnd to the world may rival in
fruitfumess and enduring quality
that of the ancient state in the
davs of the Bible. Once peace set

resisted solution until now
chemistry department at the
"In fact and in principle." the lumbia Univertit) College o: I
statement declared. "Israel's s,- siciatu and Surgeons
Prof Mann said that "new vis-
tas" of medical education are now
. reception area. The present lobby
beina opened to Arab
< s and para-medical personnel
through training and clinical pro-
grams being provided for them by
the Hadassah Medical Organiza-
tion
Earlier, Mrs. Leonard D. Cohen
0? West port. Conn., national chair-
man of the Henrietta Szold Award
Committee, presented the 1967
award to Dr Michael E. DeBakey.
noted Texts heart surgeon, in rec-
v. as designed and built in 1954
The new lobby, under its gold-
domed ceiling, will be graced by
elaH statuary, tapestries and
other art treasures from France.
Italy and Greece. Mr. Novack Mid
All of the marble has been pre-
cisely hand cut and flow n in from
Italy, w-here it will be reassembled
in the Fontainebleau's lobby. Three
rlrwt chandeliers, hand crafted
in Venice and weighing over 7.000
option of his fearless inquiries
,hC lobby, and a specially designed
theatrical lighting system, alone
valued at $170,000. will illuminate
the main lobby.
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14 Tf U.N. REPORT
ssembly President Voices Hope
or Lasting Peace In Middle East
[ \; I) NATIONS N V -(.ITAi
\ hoi thai the newl) convened,
'ud regular session of the Gen-
!.ii Assembly may lead to a last
ition of the Middle East
risis ^-.,- expressed tlii^ week by
Manescu, foreign minister
R ania, in his opening ad-
ii'-n .- tlie newly-elected presi
Mil of the Assembly.
Th emergency special session."
ft.., hi V Manescu. "has passed the
iliddle Fast problem to the present
.,..;,, whose duty and high re
ponsibility it i- to concentrate its
ffortt :p hi< problem that could lead to a
asting volution in keeping with
, vital Interests of the people of
., r _Ion."
\mb*asador Abdul Rahman Paz
hwah i Afghanistan, retiring pres
Iricnl of the Assembly, cited the
liddh- F a-t situation and deplored
., failure of the special emergen-
Assembly session to reach full
ii cord He pointed out there bad
been almost unanimous agreement
ii t\< >, Ksoes! the question of Jeru-
salem and the world organization's
ntereM in the new and old Arab
.in.. He lauded the Sccuritj
Council lor having achieved agree-
ment between Israel and the Arab
Mates ; accept a ceasefire '"The
United Nations." he said, "lost a
buttle, hut it stopped ;i war The
ispecia session, he held, "has laid
[he i"..: dation for another effort in
the pursuit of just and reasonable
,n the months ahead."
Secretary-General V Than! told
the session that "an Immediate and
hallenging issue" before it
he w ilrawal ot Israeli forces
territories tiny had oc
-upied in the Jane war There was.
ne.ir unanimity" on that
isMie in the United Nations, but he
that the question of with-
mild not be divorced from
..,- jtal issui and particular
, rtat il security "
ntroduction to the annual
the work of the United
s itioi Mr. Thi nl stressc i thai
illingness ot the Arab
[ crept the existence ol
I .,. ..'. nee ol some on
; a i ontinuing state ol
I ncj with Israel although
isc n aintairdng belligerenc> may
refrain from commit
(nl act--and the ques
on ol innocent passage th
Stri I of Tiran and the Sue/
mal re alsd fundamcni.il Issues
inch present hotly controversial
problem! and sharp division, even
hough there is much agreement
on the principles involved Other
ms problems in the crisis, he
hold the Assembly, are the prob-
licm of the Arrb refugees and "the
Kl Fatah type ol sabotage and ter-
rorist activities across the borders
into Israel, with resultant retalia
Hon."
The Secretary-General empha-
sized that here is a desperate
need for a determined, immediate
and urgent" IN. effort to help
bring about the conditions essen-
tial to peace in the Middle East."
and asserted that such an effort
should be "constant and unrelent-
ni; until those conditions have
been achieved." He said that di-
rect peace negotiations between
the Arab stales and Israel 'would
be most encouraging." but ex-
oressed doubt that such negotia-
tions were in the realm of present
ooss bility He advised that one
Jtep that could help immediately
would Ih> an Assembly decision nu-
'horizing him to appoint special
i n. ,s,>nt live tO the Middle T.i-I
Who would act as "a much needed
channel of communication" to re-
port events in the area, interpret
them and to act as a "harmonizer
li ideas in the area
Nils-Goran Gussing, Secretary-
General l' Thant's special repre
tentative on the welfare of Arab
inhabitants, reported to the As
- n 'dy that he had found little
evidence to support Arab charges
of atrocities by Israeli troops.
Mr. Gussing was sent by the
Secretary-General to the Arab
states and Israel in conformity with
a June 14 Security Council resolu-
tion calling on Israel to insure the
safety, welfare and security ol In-
habitants ot occupied areas
He also reported that he had
been rebuffed by Egypt in his ef-
forts to determine the condition of
.i(ws in Egypt since the six-day
liin,. \. ;ir
TEMPLE BETH AM Sisterhood's luncheon -fashion show on
Inesday featured Cuisine Continental" and fashions
from Patty's Limited Editions, modeled by temple rrn
bers. In charge of arrangements were (left to right) Mrs.
Arthur lacowitz, reservations chairman; Mrs. Wayne
Rogers; Mrs. Alan Kessler. president: Mrs. Anita W
chairman, and Mrs. David Berg, reservations chairman.
Nazi Murderer Is Put On Probation
BONN -UTAi A former SS
officer, convicted of complicity in
the murder of 4.000 persons, was
sentenced to 6' years in jail this
weekand promptly set free on
probation. The officer. Dr. Albert
Widmann, 64, was convicted in a
Stuttgart court for his participation
in the killing Of mental defectives
in Russia in 1041.
The court president, Dr Wolfgang
I'i-cher. noted that Widmann hail
already served 31 years in jail
on another conviction, for taking
pail in human "guinea pi'-" tests
on prisoners at the Sachenhausen
concentration camp in 1942. Con-
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served more than two-thirds of
his jail sentence on this charge,
Dr. Fischer released him on lour
vears' probation He also ordered
Widmann to pa) a line of 4.000
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Friday, September 22, 1967
Plight Eases For Moroccan Jews
FAR IS -~ Moroccan Jews have received in communities was returning to nor-
structions to report for duty in the mal despite a continuing general
Moroccan army, it was reported hostile press toward Jews. The
hen from Casablanca. The report newspaper. Opinion, has called for
sic that the political atmosphere a Moslem boycott of Jewish busi
t ,'rws continued to improve, and ness. but the effect of the call has
been diminishing. The army call-
up was expected to act as a con-
tributory factor in increasing Jew
h migration from Morocco.
Since Israel's Six-Day War. when
Morocco, a< a Moslem state, sup-
I ported the Arabs both at home and
' V the I nited Nations, the situation
)f the Jewish community in Mor-
occo has been steadily deteriorat
|ng, Jewish civil servants, some
holding high posts, have been dis-
missed or forced out of their jobs.
Leading rabbis and some of the
leading Jewish merchants in the
country have .^migrated.
In I-ondon, Chairman Aryeh L.
Fincus of the Jewish Agency said
this week that Israel expected to
receive 20.000 immigrants this
year from Morocco and Libya He
expressed the hope that the doors
would be open to Jews who would
like to leave F.astern Europe
settle in Israel and reiterated hi-
strong belief in Israel's wed f,
immigration from the West
EZRA
reading the Torah
In Jerusalem on New Year's Day in the middle of the 5th century BCE. Ezra stood on the steps ol
the rebuilt Temple and before a reverent assembly presented and read the Torah which had been
newly enscribed. In so doing the Five Books of Moses were canonized, frozen against change,
forever into eternity.
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AJCongress Women's Division Sets Programs
Friday ber 22, 1967
Png.
PLANS ARE DISCUSSED (or the first membership brunch
: :ne season to be held Oct. 12 at the Di Lido Hot^l by
tne Miami Beach Chapter of the Women's Division oi the
American Techmon Society. Shown at a board meeting
this week are (left to right): Mrs. Ja~k Cantor, hostess at
r; Mrs. Milton Sirkin. president; and Mrs. Max
Kerr., membership vice president.
'Molly Goldberg
Gets a Member'
Mollie Kahaner Sisterhood of
Beth Torah ContrcRation will hold
it- opening meeting of the year on
Wednesday, at 8 p.m., in the Social
Hall.
A capsule hook review will be
given by Mrs Adrian Kaufman,
and holiday ceremonial objects will
be displayed by Mrs Max Rothen-
berg
Highlights of the evening will be
an original comedy skit entitled.
"Molly Goldberg Gets \ Member."
Cast includes Mesdames Frank
Hornstein, Joel Gottehrer, Ted
Franklin, Edwin Benjamin, Hen
Zion hir-chcnnaum, Iris Shun;
Mrs. Marvin Gerber, vice presi
dent, will direct
Mrs George Goodman i- Sister-
hood president
B.B. Hatikvah Lodge
Meets on Wednesday
Next general meeting of Hatik-
vah Lodge of Miami Beach. B'nai
B'rith. will be held Wednesday eve-
ning in the Washington Federal
auditorium, 1234 Washington Ave.
Principal speaker. Judge Jason
M Berkman. is currently ;i mem
ber of the panel of the National
Mediation Board, the American
Arbitration Assn and the Florida
Mediation and Conciliation Serv-
ice.
Max S, Brestow is serving ;i-
ram chairman.
Senior Citizens To Meet
Florida Senior Citizens Club -
will meet on Tuesday, ~:30 p.m..
at the Miami Beach Federal, 758
VVashinsi >n Ave May r laj Der
mer will be uiest speaker.
Mrs Irving B. Kaplan, a national
vice president. Women's Division.
American Jewish Congress, will be
installed as president of the Flor-
ida Women's Division. AJC, at the
annual luncheon Tuesday noon, at
the Eden Hoc Hotel.
Leo Mindlin, featured columnist
of the Miami Herald, will -peak
on --Is I U H jhta Dead?"
\ dratnat c reading, "The B
an i !'. ii Yar" directed by Mrs
Blun Marian
. panied by Mi Nata
' ml > ih >| hi a ei no >n -
am.
Other pre* l< nts to be in
incl i le: Mr-. Samuel R lenstein,
Miami Coi iles Chapter; Mrs
Ji >-k Sha Justine Chapter;
Mrs Eva M Blum, I ouisi W ise
Chapt r. H ii I eon Kronish, pres-
ident of the South Florida Council,
v<', will install officers and
be ird membei -
1 a national vice president of
AJC. I)--. Kronish will welcome
Mrs, William I angmeyer. president
of the newly organized Point East
Chapter, and present the charter
of organization for the group
Chairman for the day will be
Mrs. Charles Silvers.
w
Initial meeting for the 1968 club
year for the Justine Chanter. Flor-
ida Women's Division, AJC. was to
take place Thursday noon, at the
new Holiday Inn. 22nd and Collins
Ave.
Program for the afternoon was
tn be "American Jewish Congress
Goals for HW8." with guest sneak-
er, Mrs. Irving B. Kiplan. national
vice president, and president of!
Florida Women's Division. AJC.
Chairman for the day was to be
Justine Chapter president. Mrs
lack Shapiro; membership presi-
dent is Mr- Maurice Calm.
Beport on recent AJC activities
in the field of church-state prob
..us was to be presented by Mrs.
Joseph Sevel, chairman. Commis-
sion on Law and Social Action.
The nev inizeri Point East
'.'hapter. Florida Women's Division. New members were welco -
\JC. met Wednesday afternoon in by Mrs. William Langmyer. pn
he Clubhouse at Point East. Jo- dent of the chapter; hostesse-
-eph 1. Yanich. regional director, the meeting were Mrs Dor
\JC. discussed "Congress at Cole, Mrs Helen Kay and
Work.' 'ranees Zuckerman.
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Friday, September 22
Adult Dance, Suprise Nite, Affair
On YM-YWHA Varied Agenda This Month
Decorated in cabaret style, the
ballro "ii ol the YM-YWHA ol
Greater Miami will be the scene
ei :\ u.t'.-t dance for adults on Sal
urdaj al 8:30 p m.
Heading the program will be pop
[er Jackie Klein, > ontrall i Isa
belle Gonshak and dance team
am and Joe Kodel Bob Mur
r.,\ and hi> Miami orchestra will
play i"!' dam ing
YMH \ committee arranging the
evening consists ol chairmen, Mr
Mrs Marvin Markowitz; com
mittee members, Mr and Mrs
Herman Silvi Mr and Mrs
Lester Stein, Mr and Mrs Ri bert
Gartman.
* *
Young Sophisticates of the YM
YWHA will hold a "Surprise Nite"
on Thursday, n pi 28, B:15 p.m.,
a1 the YMMA The new group is for
Single adults. 18 tu 28
Parent Teachers Association of
the YMHA's Barl> Childhood De-
velopment Program will hold a
Get Acquainted" evening, Thurs-
day, Sent 28 at the YM-YWHA ol
Greater Miami
ng year will be Mrs Jay Rossln
)ther officers named were Mrs
' nin:iui Capin, secretary-treasurer
Mrs Jerold Locke, room moth
r chairman.
Room mothers "ho will act as
hostesses for 'he evening are Mrs
Mil Weinfeld, Mrs Jordan
Barrett, Mrs Herman Berger. Mrs
Stanlej Bulbin, Mrs Robert Dixon,
\h- Howard Deutsch. Mrs Ivan
Huntman, Mrs Ralph Jacobson.
Mrs Roy Kaplan. Mrs Calvin
Kapp, Mrs Harvey Miller. Mrs.
s rrel Resnick, Mrs Eugene
Schneiderman, Mrs Robert Widlan.
Officers elected to the Junior
High Presidents' Council, Central
Y. for the coming year were
president. Ricky Goodfriend; vice
president, Debbie Welkind; secre-
tary. Kim Cordon: treasurer and
parliamentarian. Rick stone. Robin
Weiss and Larry Waks, publicity.
Officers eleeted to the Junior
High Presidents' Council for the
coming year at the Beach branch
are: president. Shelly Splro; vice
president. Howard Wi-hner: sec
retary. Debbie Morowitt, parlia
mentarian, Ronda Corvin
DETAILS OF bers lip Satan ot the
David S i to be held on
Wednesday ^tor Hall are discuss I
i 'hey are: Mrs.
Mrs. Philip Medvin, Mr.;,
i Mrs L--o Braverm
'. than Spi
i | : si le il Mrs
: Mrs. David Isfl
: I and at i m. I
. 1.
One of the highlights of the year
>vill be a barbecue dance for all
branches of the Miami YMHA on
\< v 5
Informal evening will give the
parents of the children at the
YMHA nursery and kindergarten
school an opportunity to meet the
teachers and \ iew the classrooms
their children attend. Mrs. Ted _.
Weinttock is supervisor of the (rlaniOlir At Home
Early childhood Development Pro-
gram
Holiday Meals at Sand-Ell Caterers
Sand-KII Kosher Caterers at 1216 meals
Normandv I>r Miami Beach, are ... .......... ,,,,,
, I lie onh Koslu-r i itercrs not
taking orders for cooked food for
the holiday, as well as accepting connected with a restaurant or del
orders to take out for Sabbath icatessen, the establishment is un
der rabbinical supervision iccord
to owner-opi raters, Mr and
Mrs Sol Weiss
Speciality of the house h
ring and hotel work. Br Mitz-
ahs and wedding parties
New PTA chairman for the com-
Famous Restaurant
Starts 23rd Year
The Famous Restaurant will be-
gin its 23rd vear at the same lo-
cation on Washington Avenue in
Miami Beach when it reopens Sat-
urday
Long regarded as one of the
finest restaurants in ihe area. The
Famous has completed remodel
ing and expansion of its kitchen
facilities begun earlier this month.
This summer marked the third
in a row that the restaurant re
mained open but for a brief two-
week period for necessary internal
improvements.
Co-owners Harry Zuckerman and
Morris Lerner have reported the
summer as the most successful
since the new policy of remaining
open year-round was begun in
1965 The Famous was first opened
by Morns Lerner who has been
associated vt ith the restaurant ever
. Harry Zuckerman joined in
o,\nersh i> in 1964.
Since .!> founding, the restaurant
at 671 Washington Ave. has at-
tr. cted the famous" from all over
the world In recent years, the
restaurant has been i popular din-
for such luminaries as
.'., kie G eason, Ed Sullivan, l
Gn ene Jackie Mason, Jimmy Du-
rante and many well known local
pen
specialties include many
Rouman an and Jewish items
which lustif) the slogan of The
Fa mi 'i- 'only oi kind
For Everyone
Sisterhood of Temple Or Olom
will hold a fashion show. Glamour
at Home." on Wednesday evening,
in the temple Auditorium.
Fashions will be by Acmes of
Coral Gables, and hairstyles by
Carousel Coiffures in Westchester.
Models will include Mrs. Hal Bet
man. Mrs. Gilbert Diamond. Mrs
Philip FltHlg, Mrs Alan Kur/weil.
Mrs Bob Parent. Miss Debbi Putter
man. Miss Mindy Sloan. Miss Bonni
Raymond and Mrs Elizabeth Rosen-
he rg,
Chairing the affair are Mrs Ed
ward Block and Mr- Barbara
Schockeii. assisted n> the Septemb-
er circle
Mrs Richard Behren is ways and
means vice president, Mrs. Joseph
Rothmanis president of Sisterhood.
OIIEV SHALOM CONGREGATION
COME WORSHIP WITH IS...
IN Ol R NEWLY COMPLETED SA1SCTVARY
>I.iKp Vour H>*'rvalioii* For The
lli^li Holidays .. SI.1.IMI
ltegistt'r Your (liiMr-ii Now In
Our Hebrew Sehool
7055 BONITA DRIVE, MIAMI BEACH
1 Block West of Indian Creek Drive And
1 Block South of 71st Street
Bti.-Ii:i
PHINEAS R WEBERMAN RABBI
SAMUEL H.FEINER, CANTOR
M5-3S5I
- SAM ARNOLD. PRESIDENT
THE MINYONAIRES
SYNAGOGUE
3735 BIRD ROAD, MIAMI, FLA.
Proudly announces that
CANTOR LOUIS COHEN
WILL CONDUCT SERVICES
FOR THE HIGH HOLY DAYS
"A Modern Traditional Service"
Seats Now Available
MODfRATUT PRICED
CALL:
446-2181 or 446-7471
MAX rV. TfMCNIN, President
ISADOff KfSSUR, Kit. Chairman
Rabb: Maxwell Berger
Cantor Seymour Hinkes
TEMPLE ZAMORA
THE PROGRESSIVE CONSERVATIVE SYNAGOGUE
44 Zamora Avenue, Coral Gables, Florida
Invites you to attend Sabbath Eve Services Friday
September 22 at 8 15 p.m.
Membership Inquiries Invited Religious School
Registration now Reservations For High Holidays
n now. Daily Minyan Morning and Evening ..
Come and Visit Come and Join. .
For Information call 448-7132
Temple Beth Raphael
1545 JEFFERSON AVENUE
Telephone: 538-4112
YOU ARE INVITED TO ATTEND
OPENING LATE FRIDAY NIGHT SERVICE
FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 22, at 8:15 p.m.
Sermon: What The Rabbi
Can Do For You"
RABBI DAVID RAAB
CANTOR SAUL H. BREE
MR. ABRAM KRASHINSKY
(Appearing with Professional Cne-ir)
3rd ANNIVERSARY SEUCHOS PENITENTIAL SERVICES
Saturday Sept. 30th fit 11:30 pan.
The Public Is Invited To Attend


Friday. September 22, 1967
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Both Kodesh Men Set Installation
HAIL TO HERMAN ON HIS 87th DAY
That Ml the boyinninu of the acrostic verse
.that Florence Pick wrote in honor of Uncle Her
man Binder's birthday. She read it at the jet
together given for him by Dr t'pton Kwing ami
Dr. Bertha Foster in the Dixie Boom of the Mu
sicians Club of America in (Oral Cables on Sept
10 I-eonard Keller, who was there with hi-
mother, was master of ceremonies. Among the
guest! were Mr. and Mrs. Anton Loeh, Mrs Marie
Vospe, Mrs. Sailing Banich. Jacob Bornstein. Mr
and Mrs. David Ewing and Juan and Resets Tor-
rico from Peru Florence Pick accompanied Iris
Lane and Olga Pavlova who sang. Janice Feld
played the piano and Mareia Feld played the
violin. It was grand entertainment' Then there
was a huge birthday cake. Others who joined in
singing Happy Birthday to Uncle Herman were
Judge and Mrs. Harold Spaet. Judge and Mis
Milton Friedman. Martha Frost.
SIX CANDIDATES FOR A DIET
It's a partv of six having a great time on
their first trip to Europe! There's s brother and
sister and two sisters included. You guessed It's
Manny and Carolyn Luck. Buddy and Sylvia
Kramer and Maury and Mildred Gldney. Either
hey will come home over museumed and over
c*h rched or over shopped London, Paris and. at
the last writing, in Copenhagen They called home
. there marveling that it was 11 IS in Copen-
and onlj fl IS and the kids were having
nner in Miami Besides eating like mad they
}\ orkmen's Circle
Meets Sunday
Workmen's Circle Branch 692
will hold a special meeting on
S nday at 8pm. al the Workmen's
Circle Lyceum i!.". Washington fcve
San: Levine Hyman Simon and
Abraham Bell Branch 692 dele
Rates to the 18: h Southern District
C inference held in Atlanta, Ga .
will give reports Mrs Anna Kal
n anson, delegate from the Worn
ei Chin of the Branch, will also
give a report
Refreshments will be served by
the members of the Women's Club
of Branch 803
\ nominating conference for
Florida's member 10 the national
board of direct it for HMKitiT e ill
be held Mondaj at 7 p m at 23
Washington Ave
Greater Miami co-ordinating
c mitt* e ol Workmen's Circle
Branches will meet at 8 p m on
Monday, .it 25 Washington Ace
New Members to be Welcomed
Mrs Elsie Belsky, Sisterhood
president of Temple Menorah, will
welcome new members and spon
sors at a coffee in her home on
Wednesday, it) am Mrs Sam
Shiffman is membership vice presi
dent
MAXINE ZISQUIT ol M
Beach h rolled --s a
'
v i Ut
:: a York Ma
brother I
lenniS chomp graduated last
Universi
Yeshiva liege.
ctccs
have been taking pictures like mad too.
SURPRISE! SURPRrSE
It was a lirst birthday party for Dr. Maurice
Greenfield and an important one. His wife Emma
planned it and it was perfect down to the smallest
detail Harvest? decorations set the background
for the five red clothed tables. An Italian menu
"as served. Each table had its very own waiter
in an am on. or waitress in a cute long dress
Drew Greenfield, Xard Helman and Bob Rubin-
stein acted as waiters, and Drew's wife. F.rika.
her two Sisters-in-law, .Ian and Amy. the Green-
field's younger daughters, were the waitresses
Among guests were Sandy and Marty Rubinstein.
(and and Chester Caasel, Janice and Ben Novak.
Betty and Stewart Sunness, the William W'ein-
traubs. the Aaron Kanners. the Victor Belters
and Dr and Mrs Uwrence Medoff.

AT FABULOUS FLAGLER
The dogs went tearing around the track in the
rain Rut the people sat with nary a drop of rain
on them in the lovely dining room at the Plagler
Dog Track Seen at the Sidney I.efcourt's table
were Dotty Kaplan and Myra Farr competing for
all the ends of the delicious little loaves of bread.
I m Kaplan and Aaaron Farr had no time for
bread. Steak' Also seen were Peggy and Julius
Rosenberg, Rita and Arthur Friedman, the John-
fv Kellers and Jennie Cordon Jennie was look-
ing mighty pretty.
Frances Lehman
V Miami Elects
Mayor. Council
In a new "stream-lined" election
follow ;d bj a tight runoff, North
Miami has chosen a mayor, a clerk
and tic: .urer. and three Council-
men
Mayor Sherman Winn was an
easy victor in ins bid for re-
election to a two-year term on
Sept .">: and Miss Ma> Avil. 34-year
veteran of the post, running un-
opposed, won another two-year
term as clerk and treasurer.
Taking Council seats in the run-
off on Sept. 11 were Samuel Fletch-
er in group l. Robert Hough Jr.,
group -. and Anthony J De Lucca
Margin of victory in all three races
was small
other two Councilmen are Jo-
seph Ludick, Winn's opponent in
the race for mayor and George
Baumgartner, whose term runs for
two more years
Men's Club of Beth Kodesh Con
gregation will install its leaders
on Sunday, at the Char House.
816 NW nth St.. in a ceremony
beginning at F a.m.
Grad) I. Crawford will serve as
installing officer and Abe S. Gold-
man as toast master. Also partici-
pating in the program will be
Rabbi Max Shapiro, spiritual lead
ear of the congregation, Sam S'uil-
wolf. president, and Mayor Stephen
P Clark. Chairman of the event is
Jack Apte
Officers who have been reclccted
and will be installed are Sam
Portin. president: Jack Apte. Na-
than Spector, Bernard Sedon. vice
presidents: Jack Stone, treasurer;
Mack Libman, secretary.
BETH MOSHE CONGREGATION
CONSERVATIVE
13630 WEST DIXIE HIGHWAY
NORTH MIAMI
Rabbi David Roscnfeld
Cantor Ben lion Kirschenbaum
REGISTRATION OPEN FOR KINDERGARTEN
HEBREW AND SUNDAY SCHOOL
MEMBERSHIP INVITED
SEATS AVAILABLE FOR HIGH HOLIDAYS
751-7578
WHY TRAVEL SO FAR
MOST CENTRALLY LOCATED TEMPLE
TEMPLE TIFERETH ISRAEL
6500 NORTH MIAMI AVENUE
CONSERVATIVE
Selichos Services Midnight Sept. 30
ROSH HASHONAH OCT. 5th & 6th
YOM KIPPUR OCT. 13th & 14th
RALPH CARMI, RABBI
ALBERT GLANTZ, CANTOR
Registration open for Hebrew and Sunday School
Bar and Bas Mitzvah and Pre-Confirmation Classes
WE PROUDLY ANNOUNCE THAT TEMPLE MEMBERSHIP
INCLUDES HIGH HOLY DAY TICKETS AND HEBREW
AND SUNDAY SCHOOL TUITION.
PL 1-6791- PL 7-1831
BETH JACOB
SYNAGOGUE
THE PIONEER SYNAGOGUE ON MIAMI BEACH
In response to the urgings and requests of
t *
many
worshipers and friends
proudly announces
ADDITIONAL HIGH HOLIDAY SERVICES
To be held in the air-conditioned Hibiscus Masonic Auditorium
Alton Rd. and 10th St, Miami Beach.
The services will be conducted, and the sermons preached by
our distinguished spiritual leader, Dr. Shmaryahu T. Swirsky
and bhr. Louis Schwartzman, educator and prominent speaker
The liturgy will be chanted by the renowned Cantor William
B Nussen and his symphonic choir.
The services will be spiritually ennobling, religiously inspiring
and modern in format.
Since Mis is a distinct spiritual accommodation to the community,
ll moderately priced The committee will be at
Hibiscus Hall each evening from 7-9 and each Sunday
From 10-1.
For I jr-her information call 531-61 50
THE UNION OF AMERICAN HEBREW CONGREGATIONS
PHONE 379-4553
816 CONGRESS BUILDING RABBI ROBERT P. FRAZIN, Director
Cordially Invites You To Join One Of Its Affiliated
Reform Or Liberal Temples In The Greater Miami Area NOW
Rosh Hashona Begins Wednesday Evening, October 4th
TEMPLE ISRAEL OF GREATER MIAMI
137 N. E. 19th Street
Nerving an of i'.i.i. Count; f i i
DR. JOSEPH R. NAROT, Rabbi
JACOB G. BORNSTEIN Canter
Services every fridav evenina at 8:15 o'clock
Mid-Week Hrhrrw Classes: North Miamiat
John F. Kennedy Junior High.
South Miami at University ol Miami
For Temple Affiliatir-*. ** **' -- School lnfoi'i>*'on
Call 3 79 1757
JCllipIC ,[)?((! ^^Tlll
5950 N. Kendall Drive (S.W. 88th St.)
SOUTH MIAMI. FLORIDA
Cordially Invites \ ov to Join Its Congregational
Family. Religious School, Hebrew School.
Nursery School. Adult Education. Youth Group.
Phone MO 6-2536
RABBI HERBERT M. BAUMGARD, D.H.I.
MICHAEl KYRR Cantor
Adjacent to Coral Gables and Kendall______
TEMPLE BETH SH0L0M
"The Liherai Congregation on the Beach"
4144 fbe Averi' Miami r><*eh
DR. LEON KRONISH, Rabbi DAVID C0NVISER, Cantor
DANIEL FRANZEl, Assistant Rabbi
i Nursery School through Confirmation)
Religions School Registration Now (n Prog'P^s
Call the Temple Office JE 8-7231
The Beth Sholom Fair Shire Family Piar
TEMPLE JUDEA
5500 Granada Boulevard, Coral Gables
Serving Coral Gables and South Dade
RABBI MORRIS A. KIPPER
Heril W Honor. Education Director
Joseph Kretetz, President
RELIGIOUS SCHOOL ADULT EDUCATION
YOUTH GROUP
For affiliation ani information, phone 667-5657
TEMPLE SINAI
North Dade's Reform Temple
18801 N.E. 22nd Ave., North Miami Beach
RABBI RALPH P KiNGSLEY
worship services Hebrew and 8
School through Conflima
High Holy Day Services North Mi.imi Bead
Auditorium. 170'0 N E 1C *v-
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Friday. September 22. 1967
SHOPPING AROUND
WITH
fazti^\jac&iro
PLANNING SESSION
luled < I
: logethei
lers : "
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Friedman, Sheld
berg. S
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US. Sei
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lent of Menoi
itrman
I
Indian 'Explains" Stand On Israel
v VSH1NGTON ITAi India Finance Minister, spoke at the Na
has < had lormal relations with l>onl p,** Club. where he mad,'
did not want t ihese statements in reply to ques-
ttc tensions in the Middle'*""" regarding India's attitude
Ne\< Delhi's Deputy Prime toward Israel India ins do diplo-
Minister Shri M raji Desai said "* relations with Israel
he:- this week To avoid "greater During the United Nation- de
t. ns In hi stated, bates on the Middle East crisis last
w, have adopted the line we summer and spring, India followed
led" the anti-Israeli. pro-Arab policies
v Desai, who is also India's of the Soviet and Arab blocs
Young Matrons Bid
To ML Sinai Coffee
at Sinai Hospital Auxiliary is
p soring the first Young Matrons
Dh sion membership coffee on
Tuesday, Oct S, staitinc at 11 am
Th. -ooal will In- held at the home
ot 'Irs Robert Rautbord, according
ti> the announcement h\ Mrs Alex
and r I jbow, vice prealdent
Serving on the membership com
mittM are Mrs Edward Cowen,
. rman. Mrs Jay Allen Siagel
Mn Myron S Oger, Mis l.loyd Rus
kir Mr- Howard Scharlin. Mrs
II ...ud Grumer, Mr- Robert F
I
Says 'Modus Vivendi'
Likely For Mideast
CHICAGO i.iTA Brig Gen
s i a Marshall, the noted mili-
tary commentator, told the 20th
biennial national convention of I'io
near Women here this week that
there would be a "modus vivendi"
betwoefl Israel :>nd the Arab states
within the next six months He
-aid that tho Arab states which
bordered directly on Israel were
such a state of dissolution po-
litically, economically and mili-
tarily, that their war-making po-
tential was virtually non-existent.
Member Brunch
For Beach I nit
Miami Beach Women's Unit for
United Cerebral Palsy i- planning
a membership brunch at the Ai-
rs Hotel Wednesday, beginning
at 11 :30 I ;n
Mrs Bather Leviti is president
Of the unit.
Mr- Carolyn Brest and Mrs.
Gerry Cannon are serving as co-
chairmen for the brunch, and are
in charge ol reservations. Newly
inrolled members will be guests
t the unit.
Daily Problems
Discussed
"Understanding Our Every Day
Problems" will be discussed by
e'nicai psychologist, Dr. Leonard
Haber before the Miami Beach
Forum on Friday evening at Wash-
ington Federal, Washington Ave.
and 13th St
Dr. Haber. who holds ad\anced
legreea in psychology from City
College of N\".' York and Adelphi
L'niversit] Conducts a weekly ra
lio orocram.
SunsweetPrunes
Any Jewish housewife will tell
you she usually keep- a special
h on hand for her family, es-
pecially durins thi' seaw when
she is busy planning for the ap-
Ra h Ilashona h >lii
\\ hat ay is there to satisfy
the family "noshers" than with
Sunsweel Prunes?
v i Prunes your family will
he satisl i even more Sunsweel
are the tastiest prunes ever
fresh-fruit flavor, moist and tend
er, and mstant "mechayah" righl
out of the package Suns\.....t Pru-
nes are the fines' "Suner Ten-
derized prunes which give your
il) rich, natural fruit nutrition.
The versatility of Sunsweel Pru
nes for meals and noshing makes
it a standard eating delight in all
modern Jewish home- Be sure to
include Certified Kosher and Parve
Sunsweel Prunes on your holiday
shopping list
Maxwell House Coffee
MsXWCll House Coffee, long I
favorite in Jewish homes, is the
perfect beverage to ton off your
Rosh Ha-hona dinners The makers
of Maxwell House are old hands
in the art of blending coffee, and
the results of many years of per-
fect mi; the best possible blend is
apparent with your first sip.
Mother will want to keep a fresh
pot on the stove so that when the
holiday cooking is done and the
house is sparkling clean, she can
relax with a good cap of coffee.
BBS W M I
Sanka CoShc tastes as good as
cm- better than your usual coffee
V. H cm tree.
So. drink it. enjoy it in good health.
I: 10>> real coffee, loo.
Onlv the calTcin has been removed
\nd calfein adds no flavor to an> cup of coffee.
Comes instant and ground.
Another fine product of General Foods.
CERTIFIED KOSHER-PARVE
Then late at night, when the last
: is gone and the children
all tucked in bed. mother
father can keep the holiday glow
abve by chatting over their final
cup of Maxwell House Cofiee
New Year, and all yea
th ,i. h make your guests fei
U ul) "at home bj sei \ ing i h
Maxwell House tl e < U t thai -
|-to the last-drop.
Alba Instant Non Fat
Dry Milk
Alba Instant Non Fat Dry Milk
ha- recently been certified Koshci
under the strict tupervision of the
'r-ion of Orthodox Coign ;atioi -
of America Jewish families can now
enjoy Alba with the assurance that
it i- made m accordance with Jew
ish dietary observances
Pure, sweet milk with only the
fat and water removed under the
u supervision, Alba ha- a taste
that's superior to an;, oilier non
fat dry milk and it ha- all the
calcium phosphorous and \itamin
Bl and B2 of whole milk With
only ball the calories of whole milk
not an ounce of fat in it Alba
i- available at a fraction of the
cost of whole milk
The 3 convenient si/e- of Alba
make it ideal for large and small
families who enjoy drinking de
licious. country fresh milk It can
be found at all neighborho >d super-
markets and grocery- outlets Alba
Instant Non Fat Dry Milk now
r*tfled Kosher bv the Inion of
Orthodox Congregations of America
holiday goodness
by the box-full
appetizers
I
Fl till H he me
j\ *j.' Mom 'rmSd plmp
.....ulcnt th., ." pOM*W e\e<
tj>tV
, nd
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'Israel 5728" ITiiai BYith Panel Subject
At its firsl monthh meeting of ih- Zinniit Council "i South
the new w ison, the Miami Hcach Florida, will act as moderator.
B ikii B'rith Lodge will present a ., ... ,
panel el a* the Di Lido Ho- rI^?Mhlt8'lftl *he ll(l:'
toi I i 8 p.m. Subject will '(r.ra,l,T '" *!*** ,srel
1728 I Vea. ol Decision." '*ter the SfaDaj War ... Jun. He
ind Jack s. h :| VKl' Pwfdent of the national
Popick be th ipeakera '''' oi ,-1'*'1 B<>nd :ni1 '-"",|
.,: Israel chairman of the Investors Corp.. associate chair-
Lodge. ary ami past president man of the Israel Emergency Fund
'i the Un'*ed Jewish Apncal. and
vice president of the American
Friends of Hebrew University in
Jerusalem. .
The program will include awards
for distinguished service during
he m vear" to the following:
membership, Lawrence Shuman,
Milton Kahn. Joseph Bernstein and
Tabbi S:"il Keil: Israel awards to
Gerald Schwartz from the State
and District 5 BB Federations;
programming. Irving Schat/man:
ormation <-.r a new lodge in Miami,
lack M F nk; program in.: e
nents, Irving Schenker.
Mr and Mrs Joseph Bernstein,
l":T-it;ng 'heir 50th wedding an-
niversary, will be honored by the
i Ige during the evening
Nina Diamond soprano, will of-
'"r a grcup of songs.
Health Restoration is Topic
"The Restoration of Healtl
to be the subject dUeussed bj
Abraham Wolfsoi
noza Forum for Adult 1
Thursday. 10 a m., in the Washing
ton Federal, 1234 Washington Ave.
Thursday, Sept 2." at I
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1' j-ranec* JL^ehman
We
the
Women
WOMAN OF THE WEEK
L>nn. now Mrs. Louis Wolf son. v. as born in Miami.
Her parents. Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Rabin, are old timers.
Always interested in drama. Lynn went to the American
Academy in New York when she graduated from Miami
High at the age of IS. Her folks thought that would pacify
and satiny hor dramatic leanings.
It was an exposure to a different
kind of life that gave her a poise
that has never deserted her. Then
to Sophie Newcomb for a year, a
quick change to a coed school
Louisiana State then, because
Miami s weather is the best, back
I to the l'niversity of Miami for
P* A graduation.
W\^ JsP Finally Lynn was delighted
BjS^fft ^^^AHI that her college days were over
^^^^m She met Louis, they went together
H ^k I for a year, were engaged for six
| months and then got married. In
ILv^hLMHH their earl> years Louis traveled for
yM|( Wometco. Whenever a new T.V.
station went in they moved to that
tow n Lynn say* that she was glad that happened when
they were young Moving the family. Linda and Louts,
getting them started m school, becoming part o! the com-
munity, making ne friends, was great but exhausting.
Thev spent a year in Vancouver. North Carolina, and Jack-
sonville where their youngest, Pranei, was bom. Then back
to Miami to stay.
Lynn has belonged to a lot of organizations as a reg-
ular meaaber, She like- to work whin she can. She was one
of the lust numbers of the Young Patronesses of the
Opera When her mother in law. Frances (Mrs. Mitchell)
\\ .It.on was president of the Symphony Club of Miami.
She alao helped there
When Louis was head of the Heart Association. Lynn
became Chairman of the Heart Ball it was a huge aueceai
but also a huge amount of work. I-ouis and Lynn have the
-aine reeling about the community that the elder Wolfsons
have The community has done so much for them, they In
turn should try to help.
S<> in 1963 when ^apportionment went through. Louis
ran and was elected as State Representative Another whole
way of life was opened to the Wolfsons. a new world They
loved and have continued to love every minute of it. It has
changed Lynn's life completely. From Monday morning to
Friday morning, she is in Tallahassee with her husband
during the session! Already there have been three regular
lesaiona as well as special ones Then back to be with the
Children for the long weekend, to maintain for them the
securK) of s well planned and orderly home life. Louis'
feeling of dedication and enthusiasm has rubbed off on
Lynn. Every session she joined the other wives in the
gallerj
It is not a realistic world, you don't think of anything
except what is happening on the floor History books cannot
compare with real history as it is happening. Men are
fighting for the bills that they believe in and what they
know their people want and what is best for the state of
Florida Pressure builds up. This year I/>uis is a floor
leader A different and exciting world, the world of
politics, for the wife who shares her husband's thinking
and ideals.
At this time I.ynn has no time for hobbies other than
her children. In this world there is a lot of entertaining.
Lynn belong- to the old school, rapidly dying out. that likes
the set formal sit down dinner way of entertaining. For
their informal entertaining they use their yacht, the
Loulyfran. It's fun to cruise to the islands and Bimini. In
the middle of a whole new way of life Lynn retains her
own innate sweetness and enthusiasm, placing husband and
children before self
Steinberg, Kusner
Exchange Vows
Following a trip to Vermont, new
Mr. and Mrs. Nelson Kusner will
fly the1!- own plane through the
south and midwest, and then to
Kcuador where they will remain for
four months. On their return, the
couple will live in Manhattan.
The hride is the former Adrienne
Victoria Steinberg, daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. David N. Steinberg. 1540
Zuletz Ave. Her bridegroom is the
son of Mr. and Mrs. Morris Kusner.
Philadelphia.
The newlyweds exchanged vows
on Saturday evening. Sept. IB. at
he Oxford Circle Jewish Community
Center in Philadelphia. Rabbi Har-
old Ramirovsky officiated; and a
family dinner followed the nuptial-
For the ceremony. Mrs. Kusner
selected a street length frock of
heavy bi idal satin in antique white
It followed the Aline silhouette and
was fashioned with long sleeves and
circlet neckline A satin headpiece
held the shoulder length veil.
A graduate of Coral Cables High.
the bride attended the Inivei-uv
of Florida. She earned a degree
from the University of Miami where
-he was managing editor of the
pritO* inning 1963 Ibis, and served
as editor of the 1964 Spring Tempo
Her bridegroom, who has business
interests in the I'nited States and
the Virgin Island-, i- a graduate
ot Pennsylvania State College and
served in the I' S. Army
Phi S2g Ahnns Fete
Wash. Attorney
Mrs. Denise levy Tourover,
Hada.-sah's liaison with the Slate
Department, and a past grand
arcbon of Phi Sigma Sigma, will be
honoied at the Phi Sigma Sigma
Alumnae of Greater Miami paid-up
membership tea on Saturday. 3
p.m., at the home of Mrs Victor
Relter, 1275 Maiiola Ct ('oral
i i ables.
Mrs. Tourover. a Washington,
D.C., attorney, has been active on
the national level in the Women
Division of the I'nited Jewish Ap-
peal, the League of Women Voter-.
National Conference of Christian-
and Jews, and the National Civil
Liberties Clearing House.
Guests at the tea will include
members of the Beta Theta chapter
at the University of Miami
Mrs Richard Bernard i-- archon
of the local alumnae chapter
Dramatic Book
Bedews On Tap
Mr- ITlllHha Brass and Mrs
Hehrine I.ipinsky have combined
thek several talents in a program
al dramatized hook reviews which
ire available to local organiza-
tions.
Mrs Brass, an F.ngUsh teacher,
ith radio and acting experience,
is earning her master's degree in
library science at the l'niver-it\
if Mia.ni.
Mr- I.ipin-ky. histor) teacher
and book discussion group leader,
is active in community affairs and
Little Theatre productions
MRS. KICHAKD IEVIN
Laura Kaplan Weds
Dr. Richard Levin
Mr. and lira, Irving B Kaplan.
3630 Flamingo Dr., announce the
marriage of their daughter, Laura
Sue. to Dr. Richard Levin of I.an
caster, Pa., on Monday, Sept. 4
Dr. Leon Kronish of Temple Beth
Sholom. Miami Beach, officiated
at the aftern.mn ceremony which
was held in the Congregation Sons
ol Israel. Woodmere. L.I N V
For the w-vlding. the bride se-
lected an ivory |>eau de soie floor
length fitted gown reembroidered
with Alencon lace and oriental
-eed pearls with a matching ca-
thedral lull length removable
train. A matching crown of lace
and pearli held the short triple
tiered veil of illusion, and .he
bridal bouquet was a ca-eaile of
gardenias and lily-of the valle\
Honor attendant- were Arlcne
levin, sister of the groom, and
Mn Stewart Walit the bride's
sister. Among bridesmaids were
Barbara Kinborn. \rlcne Silver.
Jessica Rukin, Erica Sommers and
Nancy Stolit/ky All wore identical
pink chiffon floor length gowns .->nd
(arried pink -weetheart rOSCS
Fred Levin served as his broth
er'i best man They are the sons.
,n Mr and Mrs Albert Levin I.an
( aster Pa Serving as usher- were
Herbert Factor, !>r Bertram 1 le
hross Dr Herbert Maler, Lewis
Rubin and Dr Lawrence Schoen-
[eld.
The double ring ceremony was
followed by a reception and lunch
con On their return from a honey
moon in Lake George, N Y the
newlyweds will live at 3810 Davis
PI.. NW. Washington, DC. where
Busy Week For
Dora Stein Ladies
Dora stein Sisterhood of |srae
lite Center will hold its lU.-t meet
mg of the season on Tuesdaj k
om in the Social Hall. Program
will feature Mrs \\ nun Dravin ami
several members in "Resources to
Live By." skit from the National
Women's League
A luncheon will be held noon
Wedne-dav Chairmen are Mrs
Bstelle Lazarus, Mrs Jeanne Schn-
dler .ticket chairman Mn David
Schwartf Mrs Sol Koening ber Is
president
I>i Levin will complete hi- intern
.-hip at the Veterans' Hospital, and
his bride will complete her senior
year at George Washington I'm
versify where she i> majoring in
special education.
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Mrs. Bertram Thorpe, who has
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American Medical (enter, will be
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Thorpe served a- president. She i-
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AI/SSCHARfN AUSTIN
Charen Austin.
Ronald Howard
Plan Marriage
Mr alid Mrs Jack A Austin of
.2M 94th St., Hay Harbor Island,
announce the engagement <>f ihelr
daughter, Charea Austin, to Ronald
Barrj Howard, son of Mr and Mrs
Murra) Howard of 20310 NE 20th
I i
The future bride is a graduate
il Miami Norland Senior High
where she was active in iho National
Thespian Honor Society she attend-
ed Miami Dade Junior College, and
.- presently working for the Mont-
gomer) Ward Florida Buying Office.
The groom-to-be is from Bridge-
port, Conn., where he attended Mil-
fred I'rep School and WU active in
Hack and basketball In Miami, he
graduated from Miami Norland
Senior High, and went on to stud)
.it Miami Dade Junior College He
is now in the United States Army
Melical Corp.
Winter Nuptial*
For Jennifer Wvnn.
Mark Lapine
Mi and Mrs ii. r Id Wynn, 12201
SIS lilllh CJ "in 1'iunc" he en-
'"'.....'"'"' ol their d mghter Jen-
nifer to Mark Allen Lapine, son ol
v" snd Mrs David Lapine of
Stamford. Conn., forme Ij ol Mans
field, Ohio
The b red-eUpi j< .,-, iM:,i,. ,,.
'>iro State University, where she
received a de t -e i i dui i' on -;.
is n ni er ol Sigma Delta I
so. Ipl .....itv *< nre -nt. sli
teachin '1 Village Green Eli
mentary School
Her future bride room has a
" \ de f-v from Ohio State l ni
vi rs'ty '< i ores'd< rtt i / -t i Beta
Tan. social t'-if. i-m;-v and i- now
in business in N w York Citj
The c1'1""' planning a D<
"miii'i- wedding.
Ellen Coulton
To lie liride
Of Claude Eichel
The engagement ol Ellen Debbie
Coulton to Claude L Eichel has
been announced by the parents of
the future bride, Mr. and Mrs
Maurice Coulton. 5760 Twin Lake
Drive
The prospective bridegroom i-
the son oi Norman Eichel, Kew
Gardens, N Y and Mrs Emm)
Eichel of Australia Horn in Paris,
France. Eichel is an attorney and a
certified public accountant, having
earned degrees from New York
University, Universit) of Miami,
and Harvard University. He is a
former special assistant attorney
general, and a pasl president of
B'nai B'rith Skolera Lodge
The bride elect has a BA degree
ii so* ol g) from the Universit) of
Miami
MISS tUIN BMTU/S
Ellen Blatteis,
Dr. Abramson
Plan Winter Rites
Mr. and Mrs Victor I. Blatteis.
Murfrcesboro, Tenn., announce the
engagement ol (heir daughter, Ellen
Leslie, lo Dr, Ira Joel Abramson,
-on ol Mr and Mrs. Leonard M
Abramson, 1070 So. Shore Dr.
Miss Blatteis is a graduate ol
Rhodes Preparator) Si hool, N V .
and attended the University of
Miami.
Dr. Abramson is a graduate of
George School. N'ewtoun, Pa., Cor-
nell Universit) and Temple Uni-
versit) School of Medicine. Dr.
Abramson served with the Firsl
Air Cavalr) Division in Vietnam,
and was awarded the Air Medal. He
left i he Arm) as a Major after six
years active duty, and is now
practicing internal medicine in
Miami
November 12th wedding is
planned.
SHARE YOUR
APARTMENT OR HOME
PRIVATE ROOM and BOARD
?or Sf'n-Ambulatory Elderly
Lady Requiring Lignt Custodial
Care and Companionship
Phone Mr Herbert 531-3570
niornings only.
HANDY MAN CARPENTER
HOME REPAIRS
Save Iftia nu-nbe'1 You may nrrd US
sooner than YOU thinkl
467 3431
One Call does All"
Repair* of F.H.A.
Conditional Commitments
Windows & Screen* Repaired or Re-
placed. Paneling. Cabinet*. Doors.
Vaiitie*. Mica Tops.
Additions-Remodeling, Inc.
Fraa Estimates No Job Toe. Small
LICENSED INSURED
MISS BARBARA PODfll
lltirbura Podell
To lie Mrs. Lubin
Announcement of the ei
mi "i oi Mi-- Bai bara In- Podell
lo Mauley Han-. I.uli.n was made
by Ihc prospective bride's lather.
Murray Podell, 439 SW 24th Rd
l he bride-elecl is the daughter ol
the late Mrs. Tania Podell
Mi-- Podell attends Miami Dade
1 lioi < ollc r and plan- to attend
the University ol Miami to major
in elemental") education sin- i-
a:i accomplished pianist
l he future bridegroom, son of
Mr, and Mrs John Lub n of I'assaic,
XI. attended Fairleitih Dickinson
University, and served tout year*
in the Navy. He is employed by
Bell Telephone Co. and attends
the Florida Diamond Setting In-
stitute of Miami.
June 11 edding
Tor \ ietoria Lebar
Mrs Bernard Lcbar, 6568 SW
12th St I is announced thi
men' and future marriage oi her
(Uuuiitt'i Victoria Jean lo Alan
Jerome I i-1 r, son ol Mr and Mrs
William Elster, Bronx, \ Y 'I h
bridi lau : the
..'i Mr I ebai
ate o Southv I
iii^; ... an
issoi .ii arts degree fi iami
Dad Junior College, and a BS de
gree in education from Florida
Vtlantii i ivei sit)
Hei Hani attended Bronx Ili.h
School ol Si encc earned a degree
in biolog) from the Universit) of
Chicago and i- no* attending the
Universit) ol Miami graduate school
on a lelloi ship He sensed as \ ice
president of his fraternity, Phi
Sigma Ir< ii.i
NCJW Tea Friday
iral Division of on, NCJW, will hold a ne
ber ,i he afternoon of I-1
- ; .i Mi
ird V mer 4800 Grai
Mrs In ing Wexler Greater A
Section \ ice presi lent,
p 11
be -Call Me \ Dn amer '
: Abel i- preside I
r I Division Mrs Philip Vb
nev ers ehaii man,
i i n H'-'nrj is viei presidi
i! ii mb rshin
of tin wedding will be
tune Hi
Scholarship for Beach Girl
Wendy Portmnn. a graduate of
Miami Beach High, is the winner
ol one of two scholar-hip grants
awarded annually by the Men's
Fashion Guild of Greater Miami.
Miss Portman, lfi. of 3111 N Hay
lid will attend the University of
Oklahoma where she plans to ma
mr in psychology
JFCS Introduces
Its Services
Eugene H Katz, president,
A'omen's Committee of the Jei
'amity and Children's Service, ,u\
the first oi ;i scries of
'Get Acquainted with Jewish Fam-
I) and Children's Service" meet-
- was to be held on Thurs lay,
1" a in at the home ol Mrs
i G ildman, 20SS NE 201st
I'. rrace
"-ii- Harold Hand, member of
Ihc ')i .ni. was to discuss the varied
services offered lo the community
The Jewish Family an l Chil-
dren's Service is the community's
olde-t social welfare agenc)
Inn counseling service to the en-
tire family and is a member agen-
c) of tinted Fund. Jewish Federa-
tion Ol Greater Miami and the
Famil> Service Association of
America
Mrs. Hamersehlau
(>nest Speaker
l i ater M iami Worm n's Aux
} ii i-h Home for the A
m ill hold it- first mi eting of I
1967 wi season Tuesda; at no
it the Algiers Hotel
Mrs I. iv rence Silv< i man. pr< --
ident, will give the message of u -
me. Mrs. Esther Meyer, pres -
' "* of rhp Israeli Group of H
dassah, and the Auxiliary's bin
.....i ch lirman, m ill gh e t
in\ ocation
Irs. Louis Makovsk) progri
'"li'ira'i will introduce Mrs. Tru
Hamerschlag, local commun
' r1 in the national hoard .
the Technion Societ) of Israel, ai I
ol the Amen. an I'rien Is of t
Hebrew University, and the P
ol "Women of the Book
Mrs Hamerschlag was ,i memb r
of the recent Oleh Regel Pilgri
age to Israel, sponsored by Bon >
of Israel, and will give a rep i
on the new territories a.id respi .
-ibilitie- ;iumed by the lsra i
-n\ ernment
Bridge league Launched
The Temple Beth Am Sisterhood
Bridge League plan- to meet every
other ruesda) starting on Sept. 2t!
Mrs Murra) nubbin and Mrs Mel
vin Levinson are in charge of re-
gistration.
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Fridav. S<=r>tpmber 22, 1967
Blast West Bank Houses
After Train Is Derailed
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TEL AVIV !TA) Four
house* in 'ho west hank \:llr of
Yertach were blown up this week
after Israeli iiithorities traced to
them the too print thi teurs
who a Lydda isjht
train just soutl
ime
time, nil su were

Three cars were derallst' when
the train hit the mine, but no
one was injured in Hia blast nor
was rail traffic interrupted, an
army sookpsnian reported at the
time. He said another mine was
found near the scene of the ex-
plosion and immediately dis-
mantled.
After the incident the army lin-
ed a curfew on a number of
villages in the area and launched
a sear:!. I r the perpetral >rs Foot-
prints of three men were found at
the site o: the explosion and traced
to the fear houses in Yertach
Village leaden said that they
would complain to the Internation-
al Red Cross about the Israeli
action and would demand indemni-
fication from Israel for the destruc-
tion of the houses They said that
they were certain that the sabo-
teurs did not come from Yertach.
claiming that the dogs which had
trailed them there were "just mis-
taken."
Meanwhile, sporadic shooting
from Egyptian positions on the
west bank of the Suez Canal
against Israeli patrols on the east
bank continued this week. In one
of the incidents. I.t. Oen. Odd
Bull, head of the United Nations
cease-fire observers, sent a cable
to UN headquarters, placing re-
sponsibility for the violation of the
cease-fire on the Egyptians. He
accused the Egyptians of shooting
:i: tv i isracM Mirage let fighters
flying e wesl bank
An Israi r w as wounded
in an esca
1 off by the E
i : pu .. rh incidi
.
... .
hits were !
jaii Uery | [ions and a
ank
. h :
I'.N en s. damaged a
house in E i '. Kantara u -. I as
IN headquarters, as well as a
. (hurch and a mosque.
(in ::- Syrian fr nt, an Israeli
Or driver H .1- d in th '
Israeli-occupied 1"! !an Hei
when he stepped off a tractor and
It tonated a mine, near Tewfiq
Mai \ mines an st'll 1 I in
he area an I enginei 1 have a
full time jcb of clearing the area
Israeli officials reported also
that the Syrians were nearini com-
pletion of a new defense deploy-
ment along the cease-fire line, east
of Golan Heights. From Israeli po-
sitions near the cease-fire line.
Syrian workers were seen rushing
construction of new positions and
fortifications, the officials said.
They added that the Syrians were
living maximum attention to forti-
fying approaches to Damascus, the
Syrian capital. New positions are
being placed on all roads leading
to Pa nascus.
By ROSALIND S. ZUNSER
I-
Among the vegetables our mothers never saw in the old
j bul found in their arrival here wai tweet corn, which
to America This happened to Columbus, too, who |
1 01 n for the first time when he landed in Cuba on his j
j
In 1 that 't loses its naturi 1 Iness
it is ] I, so ivoid wilted and : ellou husks Th1
II ifl ".| plump C ;!'l not be husk d
ady to be cooked II should boiled covered in
.,! .,;,, r Cook w th teaspoon sugar, 3 tn 5 mhvites
for your i n. 8 tn 10 mini'tes for I co n Overcooking will
a hardening of the kernels and will take awaj their
swe< i
COPN PUDDING
BB $inghs Donee Sat. Might
The 9 p.m. dance on Saturday
at the Saxony Hotel will be spon-
sored by the B'nai B'rith Social
Singles and will include a night
club show ami a live band. Pro-
.ceeds will he channeled to ehari.
| ties which the group helps to
| lupport
3 i
2 cup; fri sh or canned
i oi kernels
3 tablespoons flour
3 tablespoons melted butter
2 cups milk
i lespoon sugar
1 leas io n sail
i tea moon pepper
Scald milk. Make a cream sauce by melting butter in
skillet, adding the Hour. Cook one minute, stirring meanwhile.
Add scalded milk slowly, stirring, and let it cook until it thickens
a bit. Beat egga well. Combine with com. sugar, salt and pepper.
add cream sauce and mix thoroughly. Pour into l1-?-quart but-
tired baking dish. Place baking dish in pan with two inches of
hot water Bake in a 325-degrce oven for about an hour or until
knife inserted for testing comes out clean and top is firm and
brown.
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Put the accent
on the word-Vegetarlan!
Temple Judea To
Hold Art Show
Mrs George I. Baum is com
mittee chairman of the nine-day
Beaux Arts Exhibit premlering on
Friday evening following services
at Temple Ju-
dea An Oneg
bat, featur-
ing refresh
men's prepared
hv members of
the Temple Ju-
Sisl ihool.
will V held con-
rently with
op ning i (
tiie Beaux Arts
shots
l by
the fine arts
n ittee of
le, theme of the exhibit
nil] be "Temple Judea Collect
will be Sept. 30.
Works e shown have been
lent from the personal collections
.i"-!i Kligerman,
Dr. and Mrs Zundell, Mr
: rid Mrs Sam H Nedelman, Mr
and Mis ijgajMt Schneidsuanan, Mr
r.nd Mrs... IL^ert Mann. Mr and
Mrs Josepn^reletz. Mr and Mrs
tor Ktn#r irtvl Dr. and Mrs.
Jerome
MBS. BAUM
3&
Mr. and Mrs. Victor Reiter are
co-chairmen for a "Tribute to the
Patrons of the Arts." cocktail re-
tention at Temple Judea's new
ocial hall on Sunday from 4 to 6
I m
Mr Reiter :- vice president and
a past president of the Coral (ta-
bles congregation.

An original prayer service, writ
ten by three members of the
Temple Judea Sisterhood, will fea-
ture Sisterhood Sabbath beginning
Friday night at 8:15 p.m.
Composed by Mrs. Maurice Wal-
dorf, Mr- Irving Hecht and Mrs
William Pinsley. the service also
will include portions prepared by
the National Foundation of Temple
Sisterhoods.
There arc some people who prefer to put the
accent on the word "delicious" when they speak
of Heinz Vegetarian Beans. Others emphasize
"quick-to-fix", a very appropriate description of
this food of many purposes. But the name of the
product is Heinz Vegetarian Beans, the world's
most popular vegetarian beansthe only vege-
tarian beans that ever enter the kitchens of tens
of thousands of families. No matter where you
put the accent, serve Heinz Vegetarian tt *~*Jl
Beans soon. How about tonight? \ /
Look on the label (or the O seal of approval of THE UNION OF ORTHODOX JEWISH
CONGREGATIONS OF AMERICA.
gathered for you
Miriam Field
jQecipes, re* pes, recipes Now is ihe
lime foi .ill good cooks to expai d
their recipe repertoire. So this iln i -i
ere> yomto*. column brings you an
assortment of timclv new ideas.
DIUIC10US VUL
6 tbsps Planters Oil
} cud [3-r: on) Planters English Walnuts
'3 cue chopped onions
1 clove garlic, minced
Vi cup unsifted flour 2 tsp*. salt
U tsp. pepper
Hi lbs veal shoulder steak, cut into cubes
2 cups boiling water
1 tsp. Worcestershire iuc#
1 tsp. dill weed'j tsp dry mustaid
la large skillet heat Planters Oil. vdd
Planters r nglisB \s alnuls and saute. Re-
move walnut*; add onion* and garlic.
Saute until tender. < ombin* Horn. I
teaspoon salt and pepper- l*redfe veal
cubes with sautet-d unions and garlic. *-dd
boiling water. Woreesttrshire sauvr. dill
weed, mustard and ret of salt. Simmer.
stirring otta*ionallx. aboyt IVi hour*,
or until meat i* leader. SHr in vaulted,
walnuts, lour people win be (iilliglii.il:
RED PEPPERY PEAMUT STEAK
2 lbs. chuck tesk, about 1 inch thick
3 tbsp Planters Oil
1 can (1 lb I tomatoes, cnooped
1 cup chopped rrions Vi cup shced celery
V-j cup chopped Planters Cocktjil Peanuts
;.- < jp chopped green ,joper
14 tsps salt* v- tsp paprika
M tsp cushec- red pepper V* cup water
2 tbsps flour Hot cooked rice
Pound mc.it with meat hammer or eder of
btaWj pan. Heat Planters Oil in skill. I;
brown meal on both sides. \Ud tomalor*.
oni.ms. cek-fv. Planters Peanuts, grim
pepper, salt, paprika und r-,1 pepper.
Cover; took oer low heal l'i hour*. M
until lender. Slir occasi.mull) (.radaaltv
Mend water into tli.ur; slir until smooth.
Slir into same, t nnk. stirring, until
IMCI is ihitktnrd. Sent with rite. Iml.
t 1 lingkMasI) relish is a lino tea) 10
embellish a holida* dinner, l ni
loo. s>> irj these lang) trimmings:
CUCUMBER CONDIMENT
3 arge cm I tbsp salt
-
,. rced
1 tip gtoi "'
1 i : II p
le vim ii i watci
tsi Ipeppei Ntca
Pit I CMCSera; aarlcf lengthwise: and
i. ,, -...I- l ni into hilc-^i/e chi''s*:
spi.nl.it Kb salt. I"-* In-hiU 11
I.....r Drain well. Iltai raafati Oil
sk. ih \iiii neatua, garlic, slaver; same
until......n is leader, snr In bbj arrj
now del. naMard aeai, inegai. walei. Sol
pepperauc< Slajaaer,aacoi rad.lO
mis i I Bout "n liraiOfl tutumlii.
t hill .it leaat I i"ur. Mskea sup*.
ONION-RAiSIN RELISH
I

2 t: pi ey 1 My lest
.fr 1 cup
I '..I,.
I tbsp cot
: tco water
In Ijrge p;n. cumliint unions, raisin*.
paratrr, ba] leaf, MSjSr, SsH, pepiHI '
tup water, tinrgar. Planters >11 ami j'
sup. Slir; bring Io a boil, lover; nfjaiarl
about 29 iinnult^ of un;il uniuas Sfetl I
Strati mixture, raterve liquid jnd riiii'"
lu pan. Stt onHin-raisin mixture a->
.1.
Hlend turnslartk and I lalilesi.....' ""
Add to n -ci> en liquid. Meal vlnwlv vl in iag
tinslantU. until mixture rhitktns and
tuim-s to a buil. Add onion-raisin misluri .
ami simmtr S SMtrl minutes. Ranjarc iraai
ami and cool slightls. (hill well h.fi*<
sti>ing. Makes 3 tups (about o aaretal I'
CJtiu atid SjaJa giHKlrK-ss to sll yi
I'koved yonuox cooking whsn >*>"
cook uh famous Planters Oil. Be-
cause Planters Oil is kosher (l '
p.mt). maitc under rsjorous Rab-
binical supcrx ision. it's been the s h >
ot fins Jewish cooks for sjsnen
And hct.iusc Planttrs Oil is tat
cst. the mosi delicata of the po
saturated oils, its the choice .'I I
young gourmel cooks as well. So
it Vkith confidence to cook up a Mi
of compliments and praise.
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ftldcry, September 22. 1967
"^Jenist norktkui ~
MR. AND MRS. HERMAN MEDOW. Jewish National Fund
Couple of the Month for September" are being con-
gratulated by Joseph Cohen, president, INF Council of
Greater Miami. Left to right, Mr. Medow. Mr. Cohen, Mrs.
Medow. Mrs. Aron Medow and Dr. Aron Medow, son of
the senior Medows. On Tuesday evening at the Font.:
iu Hotel, the Mdows will tx> honored at the INF
night. Rabbi Mayer Abrarn .
rtorah, chairman of the Council execu
leliver an addi .
Orson Skorr y
p.gs from m i
If on l ordion.
Israel Develops \eir Type Grain
REHOVOT (J< \- \ new itsn t- valuable in rro'prone
. r>- n werin : b irlej
i i > tn in< u .-' yields
1 i i- '
'( .It ill'- tute ol
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I I II men ii IE i lai an
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YM-YWH A
Announces New
C ii I tu ral Program
The YM ywiia ol Greater Miami
has launched a new prouram aimed
at bringing the best of the cultural
' isboth Jewish and generalto
the South Florida ;iroa. Paul
Pasta, president of the Miami "Y",
announced this week.
Mrs Ray (Roz) Berrin has been
aopo'nted chairman of the new
Cultural Arts Committee which
Will plan and promote a series of
"rojects designed to involve mem-
bers and the community in a wide
range of activities from theater
vorkshops to Israeli exhibitions.
Mrs Berrin. a member of the
''oarrl of Directors, is well known
r( r her many years of devoted
ervice to the "Y" as well as ex-
oerience in theatric.il presenta-
I 'UN
Sjx ific area? of programming
vhich the committee will l>- con-
' -in:: inclu le a Children's Ce
'ebr'tv Series introducing the

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Chai Convalescent
Home in \. Miami
ley, whi< ii iw >rs a 7 o Open i?i Oetoher
:l Ihose van ti< rhi r, .. .,
.i i 'W I ii (I'll
, i'H tei\ Kosher 100 be' iji.iv
/'V sebeduled ..,
1 ""-'-" -' m, a. 13650 NE 3rd Cl N'orUi
loping strains ol barlej an. 111.-1 ,,., ,, nn
vheat uhich ,1 jive higher "m. n 1 H 7 T' '
b than those provided by eth- ^ Z Z ^'"'t^ h'"m'
., "i Sunshine St ,te Sen' -r ( /en
varitiee dunng drought years, Mai,aT; ,,, f ,, ,,
Magazine, one of the state s oldest
II provide normal yields dur publications for retiree*
ing rainy year*.
A plaque commending decor,
Because 'he new type flowers kitchen and dining facilities, stafl
earlier, it escapes some of the training program, landscaping and
damage ceased >> drought condi sonal and W"-tjon*l therapy.
t.ons. R> the same token it should
'Togetherness'
Beth Sholoni Style
Brotherhood and Sisterhood of
was pn tented i>\ Arthur Becker
I man, the magazine's editor, to
Chai'a president, s 1. 1. chtenfeld,
, it ceremonies on Sepl 13.
Chai (Life) nffers a unique con-,
ccpl in its separate wings for con-
valescent residents In the CO-
iabital wing, husbands and wives
Temple Beth Sholom will sponsor nay live together In a > -ttin^ 11
;. "Togetherness Part) on Satur- "' !r normal home life as is possi-
lay, 7 p.m. James 3 Knopke, Bro ''u' '" nursing facility.
therhOOd president, and Mrs Sey At Chai all the latest geriatric
nour Silverman, Sisterhood presi tudies have been carefully fol-
lent, have Joined forces to start the nv"'t- Wl'h '' '! k""'' *"perie8
1 1. .1 .1 '''' rugs, non-instil fui
1a season at iuitn Sholom. ,
complete hotel style kitchen
Dr. Leon Kronish i* spiritual ind dinin and attractive
-jtler. and I.ouis t Snetman is landscaping if the entire five acre
president of the temple which is tract.
marking its 25th anniversary start ,-,,. wyj ,,,. M ., Medicare
ng with the coming High Holy Days. nH Extended rare facility.

In The Old Tradition
ftabfeati) Bimtrr
Start with a Glass of Wine
Appetizer: Choice of
Gefilte Fish
Marinated Herring Chopped Liver
And Now:
Cup of Matzoh Ball Soup
Choice of
BOILED HALF SPRING CHICKEN
or
BOILED BEEF FLANKEN
Choice of Salad and Dressing
Choice of Vegetable
inducing Carrot Tzimmes, Kugel,
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rim Wide Selection from Our Regular Menu
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lance, music and drama on a high
level, classes for music, dance and
drama, exposure to the rituals of
the various holidays and its impli
rations t.> every day Jewish life;
ir.d an (>ni"4 S'ui''>at Program to
ihow the meaning of Sabbath
services.
Also planned are Parent Teen
Dialogues; participation In conti -
,nd debates related to Jewish top-
- and in observance of Jewish
k Month; informal class 's a 1 '
ips lelving into such subjects
is history of the Jews, com para
tive religion, courses in living He
dew.
1 ther events in the program in
elude a Family Life Series dealin
with parent child relationship!
marital relationships, adult educa
"ion on the relevance of Jewish
living in the HMO's; a forum series
with well known personalities in
Jewish life to discuss major issues
confronting the Jewish communi-
ty; mass programs such as Broth-
erhood Concerts, Jewish Book
Month, Jewish Muic Festivals:
the establishment of a Theatre
Guild and Choral Croup
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Page 13-B
Goldu Mcir Chapter Plans Sessions
Several members of the Golda scheduled for Wednesday. 1 p.m..
sfeir Chapter. Pioneer Women,' in Washington Federal, 1234 Wash-
\ere to sponsor a luncheon and naton Ave., will be conducted by
card party on Thursday, noon, at Mrs. Nathaniel Soroff. president.
the home of Mr, Maurice Klein- M .
nan. 1121 SW 55th Avenue Rd '"" M,'v,r Go,ob' form,'r pr0'
Proceeds are earmarked for a fund fessor at Columbia University, will
to rebuild Pioneer Women's schools present a talk on 'Preventive Med-
srael damaged during the June icine A group of Jewish folk-
songs will be offered by Mrs. Celia
The chapter's regular meeting. Beekerman.
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A NEW ELECTRONIC
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Christian \ lews Voiced
On Mideast Dilemma
Court Rejects Mil
To Htm Use Of
Christmas Stamp
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Alan Norettky
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Bar Mitzvah on Satur-
23, U Temple
Alan is an eighth grade pupil ;>'
Wo-t Miami Junior High, and is
Hi actii itiea
Mr and Mn Noretsk) will boat
the Kiddush following the aen
and a reception at home in honor
the Bur Mitzvah.
Alvln Markowiti
Alvin Mr and Mn Hob

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Fa>lhfum
at a dinner at the Seville H
Mr and Mrs Freilich Of \, a
Markowitr, liHOl NE 18th ct. Vork paadpareati ot thr Bar
will become Bar Mitzvah on Satur
day morning Sept 23 at
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* Mnlsti Fhradfiart
Page 15 2
Mrs. Merwitxer
Dies at Age 77
Mrs. Rebecca Mervvitzer of 13C1
Kuchd Ave., long-time resident of
Miami Beach, and well-known for
the many charities to which she
lent her name, died Sept. 16 at the
age of 77. She had been ill for
Hie past 14 months following an
automobile accident.
Services were
held Sunday
afternoon. Sept.
17. at Riverside
Normandy Isle
Chapel. Among
those officiating
were Rabbi Jo-
seph Rackovsky.
Rabbi David
Ix'hrfield and
Rahbi Alexan-
der Gross, prin-
cipal of the He-
brew Academy
Deaths In
Greater Miami
Jewish Quiz Box
BENDER
Ktbtccm Merwif ier
Mrs. Merwitzer came here from
Pittsburgh some 26 years ago. She
was a life member of the Hebrew
Academy Women, and a trustee
for the past 18 years of the Acad
i my. uhere her husband Louis
M'rves as president. She was a
member of Beth Tfilah Congrega-
tion, and also belonged to Hadas-
sah and Mizrachi Women.
The administrative building of
the Hebrew Academy bears the
n.iiiKs of LwO and Rebecca Mer
wilier, as docs th<- Mesivta High
School.
Survivors in addition to her htis
band include a son. Charles Mer
wii/er of Miami Beach; a (laugh
ter Florence (Mrs. Isidore) Abrams
>f Pittsburgh, five grandchildren
and six great grandchildren.
The Hebrew and English faculty
of the Hebrew Academy, the PTA.
and the Academy Women have
established, jointly, a special He-
brew section in the Academy li-
brary which will bear the name of
Rebecca Merwitzer.
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78, "i .''>
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28-Year Resident
F. Steinberg Dies
Fred Steinberg. 57 of 5611 NW I
3rd St.. passed away Sept. 16.
He made his home in Miami for
the past 28 years
coming from Chi-
cago. 111., and
shared owner- '
ship in the Die-
mood Cab Co. t
Steinberg was
a ham radio
operator, call no.
W 4 Y S Y.
IU is survived
by his wife Flo-
re n c e ; two
daughters. Don-
na Steinberg of
Miami, and Mrs. Sheila Shabrow of
Annandale. Va.; two brothers. Ir- .
vmg and Harry Steinberg of Chi-
cago. 111.; two sisters Mrs. Elsie j
Ma lien of Miami, and Mrs. Rose |
Smargon of Detroit, Mich.; and two
grandchildren.
Service* were held Sept. 17 at
Cordon Funeral Chapel, with in
terment at Mt. Nebo Cemetery-
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.\Ur|..ri. Hlrschhoro. Karen |,evln
I'nui I'.m-ii: ;,m.i ut.,,1 granddaughter
(.urolyn Hirx-Mi..... Rervices wen-
Hajitda) nl "the |||asherg Funeral Cha-
pel" Tl'ii Stvuiiy Kir-t Sin-.-t wild In-
tirmenl at Ml \,l, i-. m.l.rv with
I>r Irving Uehrtnan officiating.
UNGERLEIDER. rtwvld, 7, ..f 1389
Collins An- lllnsbcrg Chapel.
ADOIS. Mr- M.,,-1. 7! ol .,'... lUrd SI
Riverside. M. tn.-ri.il < hand
GREENBLATT, Ijisarus, ;?. .,i 14""
Pennsylvania Ave tlordon Funeral
Home
HOROWITZ, Irving. 73, ..f 10*6 Merl
ilmn Av* Xeumnn Funeral Home
MELION, Miss lit I...i-.,(,. 14. ,,f 1504
S\V 1 tL"11 KK.iM.I. 1l.ukI.i- I'.l i)i:i|i.I In -
! rim-m M* N.i... Cemetery
GREEN. Han I.I .1 Ml, ,,f H \\\
i-^iii si Barvtrei Sept II at River-
Bros Ifih Av ii, ,i Interment
I ak.M.li- Memorial I'ark
STRISIK, Phillip. 77. ..i ISM West Ave
Services Kept It nl Riverside Alton
l(.i Chapel
JACOBSON, Joseph Krnest, 7. ..f 4717
Alton I dl Sei\ 1.1 s. in 17 at Gordon
Funcr.il Horn.-
BLUMENKRANZ. Ixldnre .1 79 nf
i:.imi nay k.i Oordon Funeral Home
BRENNER. Samuel V .'..;. ..f 1300
Vast Am- Rlveolde Funeral II. in.
GLANSBERG. Charlei 71. ol IM II,--
i-ayns HI Hlasoerg Chapel.
GLATT. Harry v< -'- Jefferson
Am fJordon Funeral Home
GOLDBERG. Hamuel, 7. of 720 Merl
.Ii.im \\.' Mewmai Funi-rul Homi
HERMAN. Albert, 7, uf S3J 7th si
Blaslterg i-'uim ral 1 Ii mi.
lodin. \ii- m.....1. Ferdin-
and 81 1 '..1 .ii i ;.iiii. s. n 1.
17 al kiMi-,.i. 11. ukIio ltd 1 hap
REMER. ih.1.1.- ::.. 1 hide niv.l. Illas.
Ieiir Funeral ll.-ni.
SOLOMON. Miss ll.t -..
CnlHns Ave Rtvi
Chanel
ORIS. M. \.iii.l.-r. '.!. nf 910 West Avi
Service* S. nl 17"i N. \> ni.in Chapel
ZUCKERMAN. I^iulx, 78. '! IM k- an
|ir Rlversich \ 1111 ltd ChapH
DAVIDAVITZ. Mr- llerthl 89 of I......
Collins Av. Rlv< 1 Ide Alton ltd
1 hsjM 1
DAVIS. lA'Uin 71. of 'i.7'." vi: Mill Avi
Klveralde N M II iTiapel
WIRTENSTEIN. Abraham, R, -if 1717
Jefferson Avi Riverside Alton K.I.
Memorial 1 'hapi 1
ABBOTT. Albert, 85, of 18901 NK Ittli
\\. Services Kepi II .,1 Riverside
N"l". 19th Ave chapel Intermenl
Ijtkeelde Memorial
GILBERT. IX Bert, 79 "f South Haiti
Towers Bervtees Sept II al River-
-1.1. n..rni.in.lv i ir ChapeL Inter-
menl Ml N.-li.. i '. mt (.Tv
KAUFFMAN, RlaiK'he, ..'. < IMS
lri-\.-l Avr S.-rvi. Sent 14 al
Riverside Normandy l>r (Impel In-
I. inn-iii Lakeside Memoi I I'ark
EDLIN. Morris, 7:1. of l710 NW nth
"i Bervlosa Sepl 13 al Itlverslde NK
19th Ave Chapel
FEINSTEIN. Isidore, M. of 1811 Mkhl
nui Av. Rervioea Sept IS River-
side Alton K.i Mesnnrlul Chapel
KAPLAN. Joseph. W nl ::i MW
Flaxlt r T< r Rtaabers Funeral Chapel
KOLTNOW. Samu- I. mi. of 17 ., N
TTcaaun I>r S. rv,. .- Sepl 13 at
ijordon Chapel
KROUSE. David, 73, of 1331 ColHns
Ave Qordon Funeral Home
MILLER. Mrs Flora Ruth, 49. of (915
Ray Kit Rlveraldi Vormandy l>r.
CaaBeL
STRAUSS. Oeorse 1 nden, 7".. of
11. .-.in I ir s.rn Sepl 13 .11 Itlver-
slde Normandy 1 ir Chapel
TINKLEMAN. Harry C. 10. .-f .....1
VAeM Av. Riverside Alton ltd. Cha-
nel
COREV. Mr- Clain nl sail BW
fTth SI Bervlo Sepl 1 .11 River-
-1.1. s\v J7th \m Chapel In-
tel mi hi M1. \'< bo mi ler*
LANGMAN. Rvu. N. Of Mo MarseilleN
lir Hervkees Sepl 14 ii Bkuherg
ChapeL Interment Ml Slaho I'.-m. -
lory
WEINSTEIN. William, 71 ...1 1330 Col-
lins \m- Newman l-'uneral Home
BROWN. Irwln, i.7. nf .tin s\^ .ith
si Rarvlces Sept 19 at ilordon
Kun.-r.il 'loiii. Intermenl Ml. Neho
1'. m.-t.-ry
BERMAN. \ii- \. .1. !.. ,,1 i|H)i John-
son si, llniiv v......1 Riverside Nor-
mandy I 'r 1 'liapt-l.
COLTON, Philip, .;. nl IC80 ColUna
Ave Riverside Alton Rd 'liaial
MULLIN. Bamuel, 7S nf '"> Collins
\v.- Bervloes Seipl 19th ..i Newman
Funeral Home
ROSS. .Mi- Kuiii. 58, ..f 1 .7 Meridian
v\" Nawman Kum. '.i Home Intar-
mi mi Mi Nabo > mi- t- rv
SCHATZMAN, Mrs. Ii.-- 10, ..I 4.1-mi
M..11-. 1 rats si C <; Kim 1 i.l.
Douajas Itrt 1 Tiap. 1
WEINBERGER. Frank, Ml. of 6001 BW
t.r.ih Ave (lordon 1 'hapi I
COREV. Clulre, 53, ..1 ..u Southwesl
37th si In..I s. i.' 12, Services SepL
14..1 Rlversld) DoukIbh Road ChaiieL
liiiiriiit-ni Ml Nebo i'.Mni.r\
paul. Faj H 18, died Sept. 1.1 In
New York Barvieei Sepl la al River-
side Normaady Isle i'hap.1. Inter-
ini'iii Mi.uiii Nelsi Cemetery,
Why is it that special signifi-
cance is attached to the meal
which is esten on Saturday
aftarnoon?
This meal is called "Seudah
Shelishith" ("three meals"). Its sig-
nificance lies basically in the tact
that by partaking of this meal one
has consumed the three meals re-
quired on the Sabbath (i.e., one on
Friday night. Saturday lunch, and
this Saturday afternoon meal).
From ancient Biblical sources it
seems Uiat the eating pattern was
to have two meals every dayone
in the morning and one in the
evening (Exodus 16:8. 16:12). The
-anu- habit can be seen in the
Tannaitic literature (Shabbos 10a.
Berachot 2b). Because of the spe-
cial significance of the Sabbath a
third meal was added so as to
make the Sabbath different than
the rest of the week (Sabbath 117b).
The Rabbis derive the requirement
for the three meals from the fact
that the word "Hayyom" (this day)
is mentioned three times in the
Biblical verse wherein .Moses com-
manded the people of Israel to eat
the Manna on the Sabbath (Ex-
odus 16:25See the Targum Yeru-
shalmi commentary to this par
ticular verse).
Somehow it is this particular
meal coming in the afternoon of
the Sabbath that depicts the Sab-
bath as a day of rest and relaxa-
tion because ordinarily people
could Im- occupied with their daily
pursuits at this particular ti.ne of
the day anil would have no time to
eat a meal then. This is why the
third meal of th<" Sabbath can t>e
ettcil only in the afternoon where
is the first meal can be eaten on
Saturday morning if one does not
-id to eat it on Friday evening.
The Rabbis say that whosoever
does consume the three meals on
ihe Sabbath is protected from
three difficult times in the future,
i c. the pangs of the period of the
Messiah, the punishment of Mell
and the onslaught of the war of
Cog and Magog in the Days to
come.
Why do many insist on having
this me*l in the synagogue and
in th* company of tha othar
people in the synagogue where
words of Torah are spoken?
Some commentaries have depict-
ed the three periods of the Sabbath
and the three meals that are con-
sumed in these periods as indica-
tive of the three historic periods
of the Sabbath. The first period
and its accompanying meal on Fri-
day night is representative of the
Sabbath Of Creation when the Al-
mighty created the world and rest
ad on the Sabbath. The second
period and the Sabbath morning
meal represents 'he declaration of
the Sabbath at Mount Sinai. The
third period and the accompany
in'^ Sabbath afternoon meal depicts
the eschatalogical Sabbath the
time when every day will be like
the Sabbath and the people will be
able to spend every day and all
day reflecting in the glory of the
Almighty. Studying and living al
peace with each other. Thus the
ihird meal of the Sabbath is today
-pent in the companv of others
and is accompanied with Torah
study.
It is only when the testimony of
two witnesses is required, as it is
generally in civil matters, and in
mailers affecting the validity of
marriage and divorce, that the
testimony of women is not con-
sidered acceptable. The Talmud
(Bavli. Ketvot 30a) derives this
from the Biblical passage where
the Bible states. "And both the
men shall stand" (Deut. 19:17).
This is taken to mean that only
men shall stand as two witnesses
in court and not women.
Two areas of reasoning are ad-
vanced for this rule. One is that
this is a meausre to preserve the
modesty of women. Having them
appear in court to testify and
then to be cruelly cross examined
serves to parade women in public
and also serves as a vehicle for
an attempt to discredit their credi-
bility. The latter would tend to
challenge the lofty image of the
woman, and the women of Israel
are always intended to be carried
in a lofty position, "her honor be-
ing as the honor of the daughter of
a king."
A second re.ison for not allow-
ing women to bear testimony in
case> where two witnesses are re-
quired is because, in such cases,
purely objective and unemotional
evaluations are required, and wo-
men are more subject to being
waved by emotion and instinct
than are men.
The Almighty, say the sages,
created women with a deeper feel-
in'-' and a more sensitive soul.
While this is an asset in dispens-
'ng love and tenderness for her
family, it is ;) liability when it
comes to assessing and establish
in" farts in a triil where cold hard
objectivity is the basic require
ment of the testimony.
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Why does Jewish law disqualify
women from acting as witnesses?
It should he understood that wo-
men are not disqualified by Jew-
. isii law from all forms of bearing
witness. There are main instances
when the testimony of women is
perfectly acceptable.
Generally. In met inoes when only
one witness is necessarj to estab-
lish the fact, wo urn are accept-
able accord'ng to Jewish law Wl en
it is .i matter nl tbt trustworthi
ness "I thr individual, women are
m-t as trustworthy as men Thus
their word is I atari iu-t a- well
as men's in establishing the K'.-h
, ruth of a product where reliahil tv
is the factor in mettftftining the
standard.
Bomb Mississippi
Synagogue (Offices
JACKSON. Miss. -t.ITA)- The
synagogue of Congregation Beth
Israel, the only synagogue in this
capital city, was bombed this week
ami its administrative offices were
j virtually destroyed.
Rabbi Perry K. Nussbaum told
the Jewish Telegraphic Agency the
bombing had been the work of
bigots" who nay have been in-
spired to action by the flood of
anti-Semitic campaign materials
used extensive!) here in the re-
cent Democratic gubernatorial pri-
mary election. He said there had
bean a "flare-up" of anti-Semitism
among the white residents of .lack
son.
The Federal Bureau of Investi
nation entered into the case im-
mediately and its agents made an
"inch by inch" investigation of the
damaged premise*
Three men were arrested follow
ing the bombing The FBI said two
of them. Joe Hawkins. 49. a paint
ing contractor, and his 23 year-old
.son. were 'active Ku Klux Klan
members for a number of years."
The third man arrested was identi-
fied as J. L. Harper. 23. a painter.
The COngrc at ion. 108 years old.
moved into its present S5OO.OO0
home last Spring Rabbi Nussbaum
.aid that despite the bomb damage,
congregation activities would con-
tinue as seheduled and he would
preach this Friday evening, basing
his text on Deuterononn. The con-
gregation numbers about 150 fam-
ilies.
\ native of Toronto. Out Rahbi
Nussbaum has been spiritual lead
er dt the Jack-en congregation for
13 year- lie ha. been an active
civil rights worker and was prom
inent in efforts to raise funds to
rebuild Negro churches destroyed
tiv arson or bombs.
i have always been subjected
to harassment in Mississippi," Rab-
bi Nussbaum told the JTA. 'but l
bave always preached prophetic
lltdaism and social Justice during
13 v ears lure and 1 hope there
vill be no curtailment of my ac-
tivity now."
LEGAL NOTICE
CIRCUIT COURT. ELEVENTH
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. DADE
COUNTY. FLORIDA
No. 67-14672
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
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. r lo Divorce Complaint riled turaii l
>..ii i.ii Plaintiff* ail..rm-\. rlEOKi .
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Miami, I'la and fill original v-
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ill l.....hi', -m .1 by > oil
Hated September 20, r.;7
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l leputy Clerk
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT CW
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY IN CHANCERY
No. 67.14577
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
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