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

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Jewish newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
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United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami

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Dates or Sequential Designation:
Began in 1927?
Dates or Sequential Designation:
-v. 63, no. 20 (May 18, 1990).
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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
ne 40 Numb
Miami. Florida. Friday, July 21, 1967
State Secretary
Eefore Committee
DfAM RUSK
"yes. I 4:''
Some Arab
Stales to Get
I .S. Arms
v tSHING TON JTA I
M n iter Abba S Eban ol
i ., ; ,;>i he had no comment on
the iaoue ol possible I nited Slates
suppl) of miiitar) equipment t>>
Israel He -aid his weekend meet-
in : here with Secretary of State
Di Rusk was .i periodic and
nal \> hange ol lews and in
volvi eneral discussion i
l\ on the political aspects <>f the
hi how lo jet peace
Following the meeting at the
Si iti Di partment Mi Eban, ac
imI by Ambassador Avra-
ham llarman, hud ,. further meet
th Assistant Secretary of
l iichn Battle and other
its
Mr itusk had appeared before
t! Foreign Keiations > om
ee last Prida) In session
i! dealt largely with Middle
developments He defended
Vmerican polk) of providing
la tome ol the Arab rtates
predicted thai it would be
i ntii ue ( Membei a of the cum
disturbed because Imeri-
linst
i .!! rathet than against Commu
nisi i>r pro-Commun'.si elements,
Continued on Page 2-A
ONE FOl RTH
ISRAELS M IK
DEAD OFFlt ERS
l ONDON (JTA)
Chain) Hertog, first miUtarj
wei nor of the Israeli oc
cupk ii West Hank of Jordan,
declared here that z\ per
cent i th<' Israeli! killed in
On in the June war h.i.l
been officers Speaking at a
meeting sponaorad bj the
\ nglo Jewish Associat on
Brig rlersog cited the figure
lupport hli statement that
one of the principal reasons
for Israel's ovei whelming
victory was the quality ol the
leadership of its armed
forces
Report Shows Soviet Jews Under Fire
NEW YORK i.lTA) The
American Jewish Conference on
Soviet .lewis reported this week
independent verification of testi-
mony <>f returning tourists that
the rabbi of Sochum, an ancient
Jewish commuhirj in the Soviet
> ieoi. ian 11 public, at murdered
ntlj while going home from
his synagogue
Rabbi Israel Miller, president
of the Conference, also cited
other authenticated reports of
atrocities, terror and vilification
against Soviet Jews related to the
May-June crisis and war in the
Middle East.
Rabbi Miller said that Rabbi
Michael Mo/ :orshvil of Sochum
was forced into a car and abducted
and that his mutilated corpse was
found hanging from a tr.....n the
i hristian cemeterj in Sochum the
next da} Rabbi Miller said that
no ai rests have bi i le in the
mum.; H< said .i vaults on Jews
have been reliabl) reported from
T.i hkent, capital of Uzbekistan,
Cease-Fire Silences
Guns in Canal Zone
iKi;i sai EM JTAJ The
i . be quiet w th no nu
: since midnight S inda) 6 p m .
NYD1 I hen a 11 ase fire arrai
I l.t Gen Odd Bull brou
' the WOI -t OUtbl eak of fl| tiling
since i ci i tent end-
d the June between
Israelis I I pi ans
I'nited Na1 in. observers reach
e | icale
of Satui la) i heat5 fight
are deployed Sunda) However
ven ske| I
r effectiveness since I hej
. ptians were hind.
1 blishment of communication*
wen the observers on the east
and west hanks of the canal Th
Egyptians were also said to be
risking difficulties over accept
e of the canal line as the ce -
fire line putting the Israelis right
on the bank of the canal
From the east bank of the ca-
nal, it was possible to see the
additional troops and the tanks
the Egyptians were moving up
to the line. The greatest concen-
tration was near Ismailia. Egyp-
tian troops could also be seen
busy repairing and strengthen-
Continued on Page 8-A
Refugees Starl Return
To West Rank Area
TEL AVIV The return of
Arab refugees across the Allenby
Bridge from the east bank of
Jordan into Israeli-held terri-
tory resumed Tuesday night.
WASHINGTON JTA P
dent Johnson said tin- week that
the United v' iti ipported the
return ol trab i to the
a. -i Bank area now told b) Israel
In i im to Sen Albert B,
i one 11 nnessee Demo* rat who
had tuid the Si nate pre* iousl) of
the urgent need foi settlement of
the refugee question, Mr Join.-on
said I am in full agreement with
your view- concerning the urgent
i for thi return to the West
Bank of as man) of the displaced
pie .i- possible These peoi e
have been from their
established placet ol residence and
in man) cases separated from
their families Mor over the
President added it is neither hu-
mane nor logical for them to be
living in make shift and made
quate camps when far better con
ditions exist on the West Bank."
Mr. Johnson said the United
States was ".-J ratified" that Is-
rael had said it would permit
these people to return and had
urged Israel to do so in a way
that would enable the "maxi-
mum number" to return.
He noted that Israel had said it
was taking "urgent steps to re
store economic acth .ty on the West
Bank and would encourage the
displaced Arabs to return Tin
President stressed that Arab refu
settlement was one of the five
pomts he had made in his Jurv 19
peech for Middle East pi ace
Handling of the refugee ques-
ticn. he said, "will have a vital
bearing on the overall question
of whether a more stable peace
can be established in the Near
East."
Mr Johnson emphasize I in his
ram to Sen Gore that the
immediate task was to ease the
Continued on Page 8-A
LIVI ISHKOl
plans major meetings
Mobilize Resources
Eshkol Plans
Two Parleys
In Israel
JERUS \l EM (J r \ Prime
Minister Levi Eshkol I th< Is
Cabinet that well
: a joi n i i tings
in Israel next year to mobilize
world Jewr) and to enlist capital
foi the sti thei It and dei i
menl ". Israel
Mi Eshkol said preparatory
tings will be held next month
a large scaW conference ol
ntial investoi and indu I
lists winch will he convened here
next April.
In September, he said, 'jim lew
ish leaders arc to meet in Jeru
salcm to prepare for a l!*!!' con
ference of representatives ol Jew
Continued on Page S-A
where a number of Jews have b
i ousl) injured in attacks
R ibbi Miller said the i h) -
ilts on Jews, which gav< tl
lie to Premii r Kosygin's denia
semitism in the So\ ;.t Union
during his United Nations p
onfeiei ce here last month.
I to a campaign of anti I-
Continued on Page 5-A
Israel Firm
Hard Line
For Peace
Talks
By Special Report
(Ml HI" NATIONS N Y
ippeared set 1
the Middlt I
the Securit) I oui
uuh another Genera \
'>!> session *as slated for Thurs
The Soviet Union announced
contents of a note to the Secur-
ity Council again cl-rnandinq the
unemotional withdrawal of all
Isras i forces from Arab terri-
tory thev now occupy. There
w,-'. no formal request, how-
vjr, for another emergency
session of the Security Council
Israel gained another ps;
logic al v ictor) late M h la;
Syria turned over a captured Is-
pilot l Khral
591 S) rian prisoner- ol w
near Koneytra in Israeli-held Syi
an territor)
And Foreign M i isti r \
: stressed whal inti
ed by most IA obseners a
hard line Monday n sht when
I \i ah "recognition of 1-
>,h1 so\ ereignt)
nti rnational ri hts" is i cot
lion for ; ks w ith hi
The condition was set forth by
Eb-'n in answering an alleqation
Syrian envoy George J. Tomeh
that Israel was an aqoressive,
exoansionist nation indulaino in
"the uoliest form of colonialism
against the Arab states."
Eban sai Tomeh rl
\ i
nd wat I
hens m\ ent'sr
p not to res,., nd lo an< n
quests nr interests from thes<
-.ites until or unless there
cxi it re< ion of Isi ai
luded ti'at the K\
Continued on Page 2-A
FORMULA SUGGESTS ADMINISTRATIVE CONTROLS
Vatican And Israel bearing I nderstanding
JERUSALEM (WNS) Israel
and the Vatican are believed near
\ng agreement on a formula as
basil for i satiafactor) solution of
the status ol the hol) places in
Jerusalem, It was indicated here
following talks .in the problem be
tween Premier Le\ Eshkol and
Monsignor Angela Felici Vatican
I nder-Secretan ol State tor Ex
traordinary Allans
Following the talks, Msgr. Fe-
lici and Dr. Yaakov Heriog, di-
rector .general of the Premier's
Office, issued a joint commune
gut to the effect that the conver-
sation "was being held in an
atmosphere of cordiality and
mutual understanding" and that
"possible formulations were dis-
cusser* which could be considered
as furnishing a satisfactory solu-
tion on the important question
relating to the Holy Places."
Prior to the Eshkol talks with
the Vatican envoy, Pi Heriog vti
ited Home, where he presented to
the pope special message from
his Premier Before MsgT Felici'l
departure for Israel, the Pope re
ceived Khud Avriel Israel's Am
bassa lor to Rome Ambass
Avriel on his return to Romi
expected to continue talk- with
the Vatican
UthOUgh details of the lorn;
tmn have not been made publii
is believed the Vatican was an
able to dropping its stand on th.'
internationalization ol Jerust
in return for certain administr
controls oi er the hol) places


raqe 2-A
fJenist fkridtian
Friday. July 21. 1967
Rusk Says U.S. Will Supply Arms
Prime Minister Levi Eshkol welcomes fTA President Robert
H. Amow to his office in Jerusalem. Mrs. Arnow in center
The Prime Ministei issued an appeal to World Jewry through
the JTA for Jewish unity in Israel's support.
Hard Line Set
For Israel
Peace Talks
Continued from Page l-A
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YMHA Summer Campers
Present Camp Theatrical
A special camp producti*':
i "The Time Capsule' was
presented by the boys and girls of
Miami YMHA Summer I
Camp program. The production.
and directed by Burton
Parker, Lories rs
from earl;, times to the pr ->
Merwyn Levin is program diree-
of the YMHA Camp, which is
under the supervision of Ira Stein
inetz The Arts and Ci rue-
to.-- m Levy an I Mar;
Medicare Celebrat.cn
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of the D li
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!ar> unit tad
i ' rr call Mrs Dorothy II Grant
. -ector .
Continued from Peg* l-A
t
asked Mr. Rusk li he believed arms
Mist to the Arabs had turned out
lo.be a "wise policy The Secre-
tary snapped: "Yea, I do." He said
the Administration wanted to avoid
3 'polarization' in the Middle
East in which all Arab arms
would Ik- Russian and all Israeli
arms would be American.
Mr. Rusk predicted that the
policy of providing arm* to the
Arabs would be continued. He
held that a reason that Ameri-
can munitions supply to the
A abs shoulc* not be halted was
that it helped prevent cohesion
ef the Arab states. He said the
Arab states were not in com-
p'ete accord on policies toward
Ijrael and the rest of the world.
To Press For Full Damages
Members of the Comn
Mr Rusk ha : promised Com ntttee
[man J W Fulbright, ArVan-
that a bill for full
- and compensation for all
injuries arising from
Israel 'V in Jun^ on the
Friedman Receives Award
.- Milton A in, \.v
B'l
B'rith, t m '
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port to thi
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US8 Liberty will be submitted to
TsVaeT "
Sen. Fwlbright toW Mr. Rusk
when he appeared before the
Committee that many members
of Congress remained "extreme-
ly upset" over the Liberty affair.
He asked the Secretary to explain
the Administration's attitude.
Mr. Rusk said all inquiries into
the attack on the Liberty indi-
cated the incident was "in no
way justified" and added that "I
do not believe we have had
adequate justification from Is-
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Mr Ru.-k promised to subnut I
ihe Senate body the report of a
-V.S. Naval court of inquiry and
all information obatme<1 from the
Israeli government. The Libert>
was attacked while operating off
the battle ione in a clandestine
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according to authoritative source-
Israel has maintained that the
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he moment that appropriate iden-
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Friday. July 21. 1967
*' Jtni it tkridHann
Page 3 A
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Bond Tour Leaves Sunday
Some 150 Greater Miami l>ra"l
Bond leaders will soon have the
opportunity of seeing themselves
opportunity of seeing for them-
gelvM 'he landmarks i.t Israels
ancient and modern miracles, as
yell as meeting on a person to
iK-rson baats with the heroes from
all ualks of life who helped to
aehie\e the recent victory
Th Miami group will depart
Sunday "'9ht from Kannady Air-
j/|l t/tC <- Wail
EDITOR, The Jewi*h Floridian:
1 .mi one of the volunteer work
,,, |, |- me t omoined Jev iv|' x
the paat 20 J ''", for
| Bond? f"i almost i" years
v, n we nanea the Israel
nc) Fund I went
aliments on M
, for the i
.: | \. tmenl
old wont
I ir ih Fund She ci
partmenl
.1 he
I foi Israel I am i
ai I am 90 ye in
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bunal
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port aboard an El AI Uriel Air-
lines Boeing 707 intercontinental
jet on the first Oleh Regel pil-
grimage to Israel in modern
i ones. i
The tour will be conducted by
Aaron Kahan. executive director
of the Israel Bond Organization.
who returned Monday Iro.n con-
sultations with Israel government
and military officials relating to
the itinerary of the tour and spe-
cial reception! for the Miamlani
Final plans for the tour were
completed at ;i reception for mem-
ben of the group last Tuesday
nighl at tli' Dora! Beach Hotel.
Prior to departure, 'he Miami
lea lers will be tendered a recep
Israel Volunteer
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Program \ IP has ab I
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A committee has teen set up
at the "Y" to interview candi-
dates and recommend partici
oants. Volunteers should write
to the YMHA immediately.
P I Faske, president of tin
V\l Ywha ol Great) r Miami, -
N i mg people are desperately
needed now in Israel lo help re
i omtrucl dama i < 'I facilities, es
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strengthen existing settlements
rhe Miami Y welcomes young
men and women in the ib to 30
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lion at Kenned) Airport b) the
Economic Minister of Israel. Na
rhiim Shamir.
The group is scheduled to ar-
rive at Lyda Airport on Monday,
July 24.
In Israel the program will afford
a thorough tour of Ihe country. In-
cluding the newly occupied areas,
the recent battlefields and meet
Ings with heads of state and the
military
The climax of the tour will be
the "oleh Regel" reviving for the
lirst time the ancient custom
.< hereby people from far-ofi places
made a pilgrimage to the Temple,
With the Chief Rabbin and
heads of state leading the pro-
cession, the Miami group will
visit the Wailing Wall the
Western Wall of the Temple. An
Oleh Regel insignia is being
created in Israel which will re-
main as a memento of this re-
vival of the Oleh Regel.
A highlmht oi the tour in Israel
be i ilmner (o be lendei I
bj 'lie Prime Minister At this
Ion, Ihe Miami I -1. i G
B : Tribute, containing)
mi l Miami i
e ho partit ipated in
iel's -i curity through their pur
h......ii a minin im ol (1.000 in
l Bonds will he presented
Wolf son Named As
Honorary Chairman
Mitchell VV'olfson, president of
Wi.mttco I3ntei|irises has bean
named honorary chairman of Ihe
1967 (ou\enUoii t>L |he National
Association ol Theatre Owners to
be held at the Americana Hotel.
October 17-30,
Mr Wolfaon is past-president and
board chairman of NATO and is
presently a member of the group's
executive committee.
Many Botwick, southeastern die
Irict manager, Florida State Tina
tres and Harvey Fleischman. senior
vice president of Wometco's Thea
ire Division will serve as conven
tlon co-chairman
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Jewisti fhrkiiairi
Page 5-A
Report Shows Soviet Jews Under Fire
Continued from P*f 1-A
anti Zionist and anti Jewish vili-
fication in the controlled Soviet
press He saia the campaign was
unleashed at the time of the Arah
massing of troops on Israels bord
en in MaySnd intensified during
and aiter the si\-day June war
The July Jt issue of Izvestia. the
<.f f ic-i: contained an article repeating the
equation of Nazism and Zionism
widely used in Soviet propaganda.
Eshkol Plans
Two Parleys
In Israel
Continued from Pege 1-A
| throughout the
led b) more than
W/ill him.
. all the
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the n eting
In alleged frontline reporting of
the June war. Izvestia and other
Soviet newspapers used such terms
U cannibalistic' to describe the
behavior of the Israeli troops.
"Soviet authorities have stim-
ulated and incited a virulent
anti-Semitic atmosphere in con-
junction with their vicious anti-
Israel policies and propaganda,"
Rabbi Miller declared. He added
thai the campaign "panders to
the worst elements in Soviet so-
ciety the anti-Semites, the
bigots, the secret police and its
terror apparatus and the hooli-
gans who are ever ready to make ,
pogroms."
,i
Earlier reports indicated that the
inflammatory propaganda had led
to attack* on Jews m the Ukraine,
the CaueaUBUfl and other areas and
that Jew- m mail towns in the
Ukraine were desperate!) seeking
housing and iba in Kiev and-other
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similar siluaticn was reported in
White Russia.
Soviet Foreign Minister Andrei
Gromyko joined the campaign with
a s|>eech in Russia on the United
Nations' handling of the Mideast
crisis, according to a report in Iz-
vestia He said that "Israel would
have liked to convert our honor-
able Assembly into a smalltown
bazaar." a phrase in Russian par-
lance equivalent to accusing the
Israelis of trying to make the As-
sembly into an East Side market
in New York City
Despite the pressures, the
Christian Science Monitor re-
ported this week, a dramatic in-
crease in pride of many Soviet
Jews has been observed. Paul
Wohl, the Monitor expert on So-
viet affairs, wrote that Soviet
Jews "have not demeaned them-
selves" though they have ample
grounds for concern over Ihe fact
that to the Kremlin, Israel is a
hostile country.
v hirt hi i |i
ing trend of self respect on the
part of Jews, the author cited the
fact that many children of Jewish
mixed marriages who have the op
tion of registering as an adherent
Of the faith or nationality of either
\ parent, now choose to label them
selvea as jews on their identity
papers. He also cited the repeated
demonstration of identity by many
Jews who have no religious con-
nections, yet who manage to ap-
pear at synagogues and join in the
festivities on Simchat Torah.
The writer raised the possibility
that the Kremlin neither wants to
give further cause to those West
era Communists and Communist
sympathizer! who have publicly
accused the Soviet Union of anti-
SeniHaMTi nor does it want to ex
;i-l>wir its ahead) stirred up
.liM.- This ma> explain, the arti-
ill- declared "wh> the pressun
on So\fet Jews to come out at
I-rael sris not so strong as to I
v resist would
been the case in former yes
Dr. Kushner Joins
Haven School Staff
Announcement has been made
by Dr James M Clark, executive
director of Haven School for the
Mentally Retarded, of the appoin'
ment on a part-time basis, of Dr
Malcolm Kushner as psychological
consultant at the school Dr Kush-
ner began his services with the
school on July 1.
Mr (lark indicated that this ad-
dition to staff will enable individ-
ual programs to insure develop-
ment of each resident of Haven
School to maximum potential.
Dr Kushner came to Miami in
1957 and has worked full-time
with the Veterans Administration
since that time He has been chief
psychologist at tbe VA Hospital
Mine 1963. As of Jlfl) 1 he left
his position in order to engage
in special research projects at the
VA Hospital.
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Friday, July 21. 1967
Comparing Israeli And Jortlanian Records On Holy Places
By HENRY W. LEVY
The Israelis are puzzled, as. loo.
are many AmericatrTews by what
Menu to be an undue concern
manifested in many circles over
the unification of Jerusalem un-
der Israel administrative and mu-
nicipal integration. They can
indc;stand the desire expressed
hy church leaders, and others, that
the Holy Shrines of the Christians
and the Moslems be completely
protected and that there should
he MUM sort of denominational or
international control and suner
vision of the Holy Places. But they
cjn't understand v> h> the Israeli
an records on the Holv
Press dispatch of July 3rd re-
ported, "graves wer bulldozed
without any attempt to rebury
the remains What is left of the
cemetery is in a state of natal
neglect, the graves overgrown
and the tombstones felled."
The fact is that all but one of
the thirty-five ancient synagogue*
in the Jewish quarter of the Old
City in Jerusalem were found des-
ecrated when Israelis took over
the control of the Old City As
Ambassador Eban said in a June
26th address to the General As-
sembly of the United Nations:
Thi- is not the result of recent
Inscribed tombstone from the Jewish cemetery on the Mount
ol Olives in the Old City of Jerusalem us*>d by the Jordanians
to build a wall after the cemetery had been violated by
bulldozers buildinq a road through the cemetery leading to
a new hotel on top of the mountain.
fighting. It is the consequence of
the policy adopted by the authori-
ties of the Jordan kingdom during
Placi are not compared and
prop' rly evaluated
The Israelis, as Foreign Min-
ister Abba Eban pointed out in
his letter to the United Nations,
proucMy assert that since June
7th. when Israeli control began,
"the entire city of Jerusalem
has experienced peace and unity.
The Holy Places of all faiths
have been open to access by
those who hold them saecred."
Further, as the letter continues.
Israel > Knesset adopted legisla-
tion on June 27th which provides
tion in Jerusalem is the best guar-
antee that the Holy Places of
Christian-, Moslems and Jews will
be open at all times to all peoples
of the world and that Israel has
already proven itselfas against
the Jordanian nineteen year old
recordas the country that will
best guarantee the inviolability of
the Holy Places
The statement of the Church-
men said in part: "We arm grati-
fied that the sanctity and pro-
tection of the Holy Places of all
denominations have been assur-
ed by the Government of Israel,
whose record over the last twen-
ty years in providing free access
to Christian shrines within her
jurisdiction inspires confidence
that the interests of all religions
will be faithfully honored. This
confidence is further strength-
ened by Israel's offer to place the
Holy Places under independent
denominational supervision."
v r the initial protest against
unification >f Jerusalem on
bas Ol the sanctity of th.'
Holy Shrines, there is today
growing acceptance of the fact
that Israel will continue to main-
tain free access within its terri-
tory for all Christian and Moslems
desiring to make pilgrimages to
their Holv Shrines The fact that
Israel in its 19 years of statehood
, never denied access to Christians
, to its Holy Shrines within the
Sta'e of Israel is now being truly
evaluated as an indication of what
can he expected in the future
within the Old City of Jerusalem.
As Mr. Eban said of the unifi-
cation of Jerusalem: "Is thrre
really nothing positive in this
union, this interminglins. this
break down of a wall of separation
and consequent distrust? Is it
Ruins of the Porat Yoseph Yeshiva in Old lerusalem found
by the Israeli authorities after they took over control of Old
Jerusalem from the Jordanians.
really preferable to have a fron-
tier of liarlx'd wire and gunt
slashing the face of Jerusalem like
an ugly scar? Is not Jerusalem,
above all other cities, the place
where Jews and Arabs should
meet, as they are not meeting in
the daily transactions of peaceful
life? Is it really irrelevant that
there is now access to the Holy
Places of three religions instead
of two:"
the past years. That kingdom has
a sorry and shameful record in its
treatment of Jewish sanctuaries
Mot only has it denied access to
the Western Wall. Judaisms holi
est shrine, but it has razed all
synagogues to the ground, refused
access to Rachel's Tomb and de-
stroyed every Jewish settlement
in the land."
The Israelis. Jews throughout
the world, and many lair-minded
that the Holv Places .hall be pro- Christians are inclined to agree
that it is hard to understand why
tectfd from desecration and any
Other violations and Irom anything
Ikel. to violate the freedom of
tcccsa of the members of the
different religions to the places
sacred to them or their feelings
with regard to those places Thi
legislation provides that "who-
( ei desecrates or Otherwise vio-
lates a Hol> Place shall be liable
tor imprisonment for a term of
si ven yean "
The Israel position nn the Holy
Places is in direct contrast with
that adopted by the Jordanians
during the nineteen years that they
i ii led the Old City of Jerusa
lent tollowiny the- creation of the
State of Israel During that period,
.leu.-not only Israelis but all
.lewswere denied access to the
Jewish Holy Places in the Old
City, and even the Moslems living
in l-rael were prevented from
makIng their pilgrimages to the
Moslem shrines in Old Jerusalem
Further, incontrovertible evi-
dence i see photographs) has been
uncovered of the desecration of
Jewish synagogues, cemeteries and
Other shrines by the Jordanians
during the nineteen years of their
occupation and administration of
old rusalem
One of the most shocking dese-
crations was the complete de-
struction of the Mount of Olives
cemetery. Tombstones from the
historical burial ground had
been used in the construction of
an Arab Legion camp n*r Jer-
icho. The cemetery was com-
pletely razed when a road was
built on the summit of tho Mount
of Olives as a passage way to a
new hotel As an Agence France-
there should be such vehement
protest against enlightened Jewish
control of a unified Jerusalem
when no protests were made about
the nineteen year record of Jor-
dan's lack of concern for Jewish
Holy Places, its destruction of an-
cient Jewish houses of worship,
and its sacrilegious obstruction of
free access to the most ancient of
all the worlds Holy sites.
In the short time since Israel
assumed responsibility for the
administration of the unified
city of Jerusalem there has been
considerable evidence of Israel's
intent to allow free access to all
Holy Shrines in Old Jerusalem
On recent Friday, nearly 5,000
people worshiped at the Mosque
of Omar, among them 2,000
Moslems, citiiens of Israel, to.
whom access to.that Shrine had
been denied since 1947.
Similarly, the Christian Shrines
have been open to more people.
Israel has shown a complete will-
ingness to give all necessary guar-
antees to Christian church leaders.
Ambassador Ehud Avriel has al-
ready conferred with Pope Paul VI
, at the Vatican, and the Vatican
envov. Msrt Angelo Felici, has
met in Israel with Prime Minister
I.evi Eshkol and Foreign Minister
Eban. A communique describing
these talks said they were marked
by "great understanding."
A statement, published in the
New York Times of July 12th.
signed by sixteen noted Protestant
theologians from such seminaries
as the Chicago Theological Semi-
' nary, the Union Theological Sem-
inary of New York, the Harvard
Divinity School, and the San Fran-
! Cisco Theological Seminary indi-
, cafes that there is growing recog-
nition that the present reunifica-

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Tombstones removed from Jewish cemetery on Mount of
Olives in the Old City of Jerusalem are used as paving
blocks for walks in a military camp of Jordan's Arab Legion.
Following a survey made by the Israelis after they took over
the control o fthe Old City of Jerusalem from Jordan, it was
estimated that some 40,000 tombstones were removed from
the cemetery.
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> kwisl IhrHinr
Page 7-A
^
i Assembly Adopts Resolution
UNITED NATIONS. N.Y.(JTA)
The special emergency session
r>f the General Assembly adopted
i wajereddown Pakistan resolut^n
ia!,l weekend repealing its request
,n a previous resolution of July 4.
calling on Israel to -desist forth
wh" from any action altering the
status of Jerusalem. The resolu-
tion which was cosponsored by
\fnhanistan, Mali. Guinea. Iran,
Somalia and Turkey, was adopted
Dj s# votes to 0 with 18 abstentions
The I'nited States was among the
countries abstaining. Israel did not
participate in the vote.
After noting "with the deepest
net and concern" Israel's non-
compliance with the earlier lUnllar
resolution, the latest action again
told Israel to rescind all measures |
. already taken and t**ru*t forth- ,
with fioni taking any action which
would alter the statjs of Jeru-
: salem."
A clause in the lut''- resolution
requesting the Secretary -General to
report on the implementation of
the measure was weaker than the
earlier resolution in that it failed
to specify a time limit for the re !
port.
The original draft of the resolu-
tion included a clause requesting
the Secretary Council to ensure
implementation of the resolution
in Israel. As phrased, the clause
could have been interpreted as a
request to the Council to impose I
anctions. Alter consultatio'ns.'Pak'i-
tan modified this clause a few
hours before the voting and then,
at the last moment, to ensure pas
sage of a resolution without delay.
deleted it entirely.
The Pakistani-Arab haste in
pressing the resolution to a vote
on Friday the voting had been
scheduled for Tuesday was re-
portedly dictated by fear that an
interim announcement of an under
standing between Israel and the
Vatican on the future administra-
tion of the holy places would have,
in the eyes of most delegations,
made such a resolution unnecessary
Explaining Israels non-participa-
tion in the vote, Foreign Minister
Abba S. Kban said that the resolu-
tion ignored the "affirmative as-
pect" of Israel's unifying measure!
in Jerusalem, was inaccurate about
the factual situation there and had
juridical weakness
Canadian Jewry Raises
$25,000,000 For IEF
MONTREAL IJTA) Canadian
Jewry was on the verge of reaching
its $25.000.000 goal for the Israel
Emergency Fund today when a
additional SI.500.000 was sent to
Israel bringing total contribution!
past the S24.5O0.0O0 mark
Toronto was first among Canadian
Jewish communities with sio.ooo.
001) m contributions, Montreal Jen
rj was a close second, raising
18,300,000
Rabbis Hear
Eshkol Plea
JERUSALEM (JTA) Pre
mier Levi Eshkol told a seminar,
attended by American Conserva-
tive rabbis here that Israel needed
increased immigration from the
United States which would make
an important contribution to the
nation's economic development
and security. The event was a joint
meeting of the ilistadrut. Israel's
labor federation, and the Rabbini-
cal Assembly of America.
Mr Eshkol emphasized that Is
rael now controlled vast territories
after the victory in the June war
while half of its pre-war area was
still uninhabited He said Israel
needed ne settlers to fill some of
this vacuum and that could come
only from lands of affluence He
also said that while territorial ex
pansion was not necessarily vital.
Israel would not evacuate occupied
Arab areas until a satisfactory
peace agreement wa reached.
Government and Jewish Agen-
cy officials will meet this week
to map out detailed plant for
immigration and adequate ab-
sorption methods, following
agreement between Mr. Eshkol
and Dr. Nahum Goldmann, pres-
ident of the World Zionist Or-
ganization.
The tremendous wave of enthusi-
asm for Israel which rose with the
-i\ day war in the Jewish com-
munities throughout the world has
encouraged leaders here to believe
that this is the opportune moment
to develop lame scale immigration
from the affluent lands of the
West
MlBf CHAKltS KUBll
Rabbi Rubel New
Spiritual Leader
Rabbi Charles Rubel ha- been
chosen spiritual leader of C< ngi
gatlon IVnai Raphael 1401 HVi
183rd St Miami as ot Aug 1
Rabbi Rubel served recently in
Providence, Rhodes Island at
Temple Beth Sholom Oilier con
gregations with which he was ass >
ciated wire in Macon, .> and
Brooklyn, NY.
He is a member ol the Rabbini-
cal Assembly ol America and .i
member of its Law Commit:. He
received his Bachelor of Arts d<
gree from City College ol New
York and his Master's tr th<
Jewish Theological Seminary. He
was a lecturer in Jewish History
and Theology at Mercer L'nivi
sity
Aaron Kahn (left), executive director ot the Israel bond
organization, discusses the Oleg Regel pilgrimage with
Gen. Hayua Laakov. former Chief of Stctt ot Israels de-
ment and military officials who will greet the Miami Is
lense forces. The general will be among Israeli govern-
rael bond leaders at a series ot special receptions and
ceremonies on the tour which will embaik this coming Sun-
day on an El Al Airline jet from Kennedy Airport.
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At the uiqent invitation of Prime Minister Eshknl. principal
Israel Bond leader? toured Israel to study post-war economic
reconstruction needs which will have to bo met with the aid
of brad Bond funds. Shown after arriving at Sharm-el-
Shoikh where they observed at first-hand the strategic im-
portance of the Gulf of Aqalxi for Israel's growing trade with
the Far East, am ((left to right, Samuel Rothberq. National
Campaign Chairman; Dr. Joseph J. Schwartz. Vice President;
Louis H. Boyar, Chairman of the Board of Governors, and
Sidney Green. Financial Advisor to the State of Israel and
to the Israel Bond Organization.
Farberman Directs Concert Saturday
Harold Farberman will conduct
Um fourtti Marine Stadium con
col "ii Saturda July 22 The
young i | the
in Philhi n
summer pops program featurin
Miami tenor Arthur (
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Feature Hit Shows
(tpening todaj at won i
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Cease-Fire Silences Guns In Canal Zone
Continutd from Page 1-A
ing the defensive positions which
had boon smashed in Saturday's
barrages.
Gen Moshe Dayan the Minister
of Defense, gave .1 detailed report
to the Israel Cabim 1 on the w
' end flareup of fighting in the S I
Canal area and on the presence ol
I Soviet warships in Egyptian ports
The presence of Soviet men-ol
I war in Fort Said, at the north in
end of the canal, according to one
view put forward at the meeting.
was the reason whj the Egypt in
attacks had shifted from the north
end in the vicinity of Basel Eish
to the southern end of the watet
way. It was suggested that hostil-
ities almost under their bows
would have been a source of e'i>
barrassment to the Soviet war
ships.
It was believed here thai the
instructions given to the Soviet
fleet commanders did not include
direct intt rventlon in anj l \ p
tian 1 1." Ii I hi
The presence nf the Soviet
Warships, however continued to
represent an important factor in
the situation While an immedi-
ate effect of their presence could
be to give the Egyptians the
assurance that the Soviet Union
Was firm'y behind them, and
thus to encoura-je them to pro-
long hostilities, there was con-
cern that the stay of tha Red
Fleet vessels in Egyptian ports
could be the first steo towards
establishment of permanent So-
viet military bases in the Medi-
terranean.
Israeli sources said thai five MIG
htei and one Sukhoi 7 fight
ei bomber wi re shot do*. 11 in air
battle over the southern end of
the canal Saturda) They also esti
1 d that the Eg) ptians suffer
d 8" 1 killed and scores wounded.
most ol them crews of the guns
on the west bank of the canal
which Israeli plane- bombed and
strafed to silence
Israel admitted the loss of one
plane and Ambassador Gideon Ra
.11I told Seoretary General U
1 hanl ii the I nited Nations thai
even 1 racli soldiers hail be n
killed in the fighting, 22 wounded
and two were missing. Mr. Rafael
suggested to the Secretary (i n
eral that Gen. Mull, then In Cairo,
be the medium for establishing a
new cease lire Mi Rafael noted in
a letter to the president of the
Security Council that Israel favor
cil the "immediate complete and
mutual cessation of all firing in
iius sector."
One reason advanced for the
intensity of the fighting and for
its shift from the north and of
the canal to the lower extremity
was the fact that Israel vessels,
plying out of Port Tewfik, have
been sailing on the Suei Canal
and the Israel flag was flying
over waters the Egyptians had
denied to Israel since 1948. For
both Israel and Fijvpt, tha pres-
ence of the blue-white 'lag on
the Sun Canal was moie than
a matter of piestigs.
Th" Egyptian iction S itm la
began about 7 a m al I hi i n
tip of the Sue/ i"anal w I h machin
Run fire and later artillcrj shell
ing the Fort Tewfik an .1 Israel
replied with gunfii 1 and then sent
planes into .1111011 lii silence the
Egyptian n \ hall hour 1
lh" Egyptians opened fire '
positions in the northei n ai .11
Kabril ant) the Firdan bridge, us
ing artiOerj and tank nuns One
Israeli plane was dam a 1 \ an 1
the pilot parachuti d. He was
brought hack to base
A lew minutes later, foui MIG
jets and two I 1 ...Ii \|m., ;e jets
tangled in a clash in which the
first of the daj b MIG jets went
down. Two hours later, two flights
of four MIGs attacked Israeli
forces north and south ol Tewfik
and. at the same tune, another ail
clash took place in the Ismailia
when the other two MIGs
downed.
'In. calm thai followed lasted
about three hours The Egyptians
attacked near the Firdan
and Port Tewfik with ma
.111 I anli tank guns, the
in ii- returning the Ore
Ths shelling in the Ibraham-
Tewfik area was so intense, Is-
ra Ii officials said, that Israeli
units could not evacuate tome
30 casualties. After Israeli
planes silenced tha Egyptian
gun* in the area, the Israeli
wouni'sd and dead were brought
back to base Defense Minister
Dayan said the fighting on the
canal Saturday reached such a
peak that it was "practically
equivalent to war."
F01 the fust time since the
< ase-fire took effect, trouble was
reported from the Jordanians. An
1st "Ii spokesman said that Jor-
danian forces opened fire three
times twice before noon, Saturday,
and again in the afternoon, north
of the Datniya bridge across the
Jordan River Most of the shoot-
a.i. with rifles and machine-
"iim- hut the Jordanians also
Cochin China Jews
Abandon Plans
KOMBAY (JTA) The tiny
community of the Jews in Cochin
China in South India has announc-
ed that it has abandoned plans for
celebration of the 400th anniver-
sary of the Great Synagogue in
Kerala which had been scheduled
for the Winter of 1968 The dc
cision resulted, it was said, from
the reluctance of American and
Kuropean Jews to come to India
in view of thi' Indian government's
hostile attitude towards Israel The
celebration had been considered
the last occasion for a gathering
of the Cochin China Jews in Ker
ala. The community, which num-
bered about 2.000 in 1951. has
dwindled to less than 300.
fired some anti-tank shells Israeli
officials, who said there have been
no casualties, did not indicate
whether the fire had been re-
turned.
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I 30 |> m in the Friendship Room
of the First Federal Savings and
Loan Building, 900 NE 12.5th St.,
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Friday, July 21. 1%7
Mrs. Irving Seidel. left, and Mrs. Benjamin
Altshuler, instructors in the Summer Enrich-
ment Program conducted at Beth Torah s
Religious School under the sponsorship of
the brandeis Chapter of the Zionist Organiza-
tion of America are shown with four ol the
twenty students in the program and they are
Jeffrey Siesser. Barbara Stone. Rose Edith
Berson and Richard Weinstein.
Beth Torah Summer Enrichment Jewish
Studies Program is Unique Project
"Learning is fun" is the unani-
mous reaction of 20 students of the
Beth Torah Congregation, Harold
Wolk Religious School who are
participating in a unique Summer
Enrichment Jewish Studies pro-
pram held at the svnayocue and
sponsored by the Miami Beach
Brandeis Chapter of the Zionist
Organization of America through
the initiation of Mr Isaac Donen.
Chapter [Educational Chairman.
The students meet each morning
for three hours a day. four days
a week continuing for five weeks.
Half the session is devoted to
Modern Hebrew conducted by lira
Benjamin Altshuler. and the other
part covering ( humash. taught by
Mrs. Irving Seidel.
A special aspect of the Bible
curriculum is the utilization in ex-
perimental forms of the methods
and materials of Melton Research
Center with a number of teachers
of the community participating in
the planning and evaluation ol the
program
Participating in the program co-
ordinated by Abraham J Gittelaoo,
Educational Director are. Rose-
Edith Berson, Helame Firtcl. Karen
Frankel. Bonnie Gintis, Gary Green-
berg, Jackie Kiischenbaum, Mark
Levy, Mary Saunders. Ellen Schi-
nek. Barry and Ronald Schonwetter,
Desmond Sheridan. Jcffrc\ Siess
er. Sharlyn Sihcnuan. Robin Snyd
er Barbara Stone. Richard Wein
stein. Ellen and Steven Weiss, and
Janna Zwerner.
National Airlines Buys New Computer
National Airlines announces it
will invest sit million in a reserva
tions communication system and
development program, offering
split-second service for the grow
inu number of air travelers and
their space aye needs
L B Maytag, Jr. president of
the airline, said. "Installation of
National's new system, using IBM
computers, will begin in July 1968.
This system is more advanced
than any present airline reserva
tions complex
'"Instant visual presentation of
flight information and passenger
data will enable agent to book
passengers in seconds.'' Maytag
explained 'Other information
hotel accommodations, air taxi
services, car rentals, tours and
special services will also be
available instantly."
Center of the complex will be
in Miami, with the airline's five
other consolidated reservations of-
fices linked to Miami by high-speed
communications lines Agents in
the reservations centers and air-
port and ticket offices will con-
verse" with the data processing
units on sets equipped with TV-
type display screens and coded,
numbered and lettered keyboards.
Some 900 reservation display
seta will be installed in the air-
line's 42 system cities in 15 states
and the District of Columbia and
in major ticket offices
Israel Coins Displayed
At County National Bank
An exhibit of Israel coins is on
display at the County National
Bank. 791 NE 107th St. North
Miami Beach. The coins date
from 1948 when the State of Israel
was proclaimed, to the present,
the most recent coin honoring the
Port of Elat. Other coins on dis- ,
play reflect the biblical and mod-
ern history of Israel. Among these
are coins dedicated to pioneers [
Theodore Herzl and Henrietta j
Szold. Also outstanding are the
commemorative coins celebrating '
Israel's 10th Anniversary in 1958.
Les Bons Vivonts Social
Ix*s Bon.s Vivants. young adults
21 to 35. will hold its next gala
social on Friday evening, July 21.
at 9:00 p.m. at the Saxony Hotel
, in the Veranda Room. 3201 Collins
Ave Miami Beach. There will be
, continuous dancing throughout
the evening.
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JERl SALEM i.ITAi Mayor
Teddy Kollek announced that
quick study Hebrew language II
panim ionises would be started
toon for Jerusalem's Arab popula-
tion He also announced that an
dvisor) committee for Arab resi-
dents ol old Jerusalem would be
established soon and coopted to the
Jerusalem City Council. He made
the announcements after the first
City Council meeting to be held
since new and "Id Jerusalem were
reunited
Th* Chief Rabbinate Council,
meanwhile appealed to the Jeru-
salem Municipality, and to the
Ministry of Religious Affairs to
close the approaches to the Wail-
ing Wall in the Old City to ve-
hicles on Saturday to prevent
"mass desecration of the site" on
the Sabbath by organized motor
tours and other vehicles.
At the same time, the old City
was Ining prepared for a resump
lion of tourism, this time under
Israeli auspices Its hotels have
been authorized to reopen and
have received temporary gradings
from the Israeli Tourism Ministry
The famous Rockefeller Museum,
which houses some of the world's
rarest Holy Land finds, ha I been
opened.
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Kichard F. Wolfson, senior vice president .of Wometco Enterpris, .
has been elected a director and member of the executive com mitt,,
of the Greater Miami Philharmonic Society Board of Govi
nors of the Miami Beach Chamber of Commerce, are,,holding m,
monthly1 membership breakfast at the Algiers Hotel at 8:15 a n
Thursday, July 20, announces Chamber President Aaron Farr Hv
Gardner, columnist and radio analyst is featured speaker Toj
ping-Off ceremonies for the George Smathers Plaza. Miami's new
housing development for the low income elderly, will be at 4 30p.m.
Friday. July 21. in the Senior Center Building. 1040 SYV 29th Ct
Ralph Renick. WTVJ vice president for news, was \oted by reader,
of TV Radio Mirror as the outstanding newscaster in the South
eastern United States.
Harold Farbcrman will conduct the fourth Marine 8Udlui
concert on Saturday. July 22. The dynamic young conductor will
lead the Greater Miami Philharmonic in a summer pop* pogram
featuring Miami tenor Arthur Graham A 30-foot cake *r.d an
Old-time sing-along will provide the backdrop July 26 when Mian i
Looks Ahead.'" 8pm in the Bay front Handshcll. The cake and musa
by Caesar LaMonaca and his Band will mark the "1st birthday ol
the City of Miami and the 67th anniversary' of the Miami Wonu:.
Club One of the five finalists picked Aug. 2nd. on the basis of
attractiveness, poise, and personality, will be crowned Miss United
Fund for the 1967 campaign. The remaining four will be designated
as her court Miami Beach Municipal Judge Fred Nesbitt ha-
been appointed chairman of the new District 10 of the South Florid.,
Council of the Boy Scouts of America, also known as Biscayne Ba
District.
Law Students Win Competition
The team of Barry Kichard and
Neal Sonnctt, representing the L'nl
versify of Miami Law School, won
the statewide Moot Court Triai
competition at the convention ol
the Florida Bar Association
The seven Justices <>f the Su
prone Court of Florida acted Bi
judges in the final competition
which pitted the University ol
Miami against the University ol
Florida
Barn Kichard for the second
year received the Outstanding Par
ticipant Award He also received
this award in the regional compel
tit ion held in Atlanta
Both men graduated in June
from the University of Miami Law
School with Juris Doctor degree-
and are now studying for the Flor
ida Mar examination. Sonnett will
!>< employed in the I' S. Attorne>
office and Richard is now em
ployed in the County Attorftey'i
office
Richard is the son of former
Miami Beach Mayor .,nd Mrs Mel
vin .1 Richard: Sonnett is the SOU
>f Mr and Mrs Murray Sonnctt,
of Miami kWach
Israel last year produced three
and one half billion kilowatt hour-
of electricity for industry, agricul-
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arner Bank <>f Miami Beach at
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v apen its donis for business on
.onlay, .Inly 24.
In -nVr to en.ihle its many well
lw.h'. s, depoajtan and the gen-
:il public to paifcipate In the
diction ceremonies, the event
eduled I" tata place on-?
Iieek after the buakaeai opening
n St aday, Julj 30. at 2pm
In .ttendance at the dedication
iill :* bank officials, accompa-
,.,i \ various state ilgnitariea
'hen ill he refreshments and
rj lor the guests
Thi completion of the new Car
ildinsi marks a dream come
the Mi imi Beach famil)
!i\ Jack Carner, founder
i nil ot the
Carner Dank. Hit, son. Stephen II
(arner is following in the family-
tradition as Hie bank's president.'
The roster of (arner Bank
officials include-, the followinj
members of the board of direc-
tors Irving Cypen. Joseph Hart.
Robert l>. Lang, Morris Lapidus,
Anna Brenner Meyers, H.urv M
Millman. Alexander Muss, i> Lac
Powell, Joseph M Rose ami Ste-
phen ll and Jack Carner
Among the officers directly in
volved in the actual running of
the bank, in addition to the Car
mi-, are vice presidents, Robert
I) Lang, I) Lee Powell and .1
Schusel: David Kurite, assistant
vice president; Francis \ Me-
Ctoey, assistant cashier Gladys
Kill a auditor
The new Carner Bank building
i is Ic [ne i by Harris i ipii us
Al the helm of the Carner Bank ol Miami Beach, wntch
.. moving to its new building at 930 Washington Ave
e father and son team of lack and Stephen H Coinei
kick Corner (seated on the right; is the founder and chair-
man of the board, while his son, Stephen is the bank's
resident.
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Israel Answers
Charges lroops
Looted Stores
MARVIN SOSSIH
Sossin Named
executive Director
.1 :i \ in Soss n has been name l
i di lot and vice pros
in char .:< ol i1q\ > lopment
the Sossin Sj stcn etin
.ic ni residences, nursing and con
.i ci homes and rehabilita
tion centei s located in the I >a l<
L'OUnt) area
Sossin, son Ol the owner. l>r
Michael Sossin, will coordinate ac-
ivdies between Sossin's Black-
tone Retirement Residence, So^-
in's Shalom Nursing & Convales-
cent (enter and the soon-to-be
ompleted Sossin's darden* and
Rehabilitation Center.
Marvin So in formerly was
vice-president fur the Canadian di-
t'islon <>f Heads & Threads, largest
importers of txilts and nuts in
North America. He served in that
position tor five years. Prior to
his he was for 10 years manaser
t Industrial Supply Company,
chich produced nuts and bolts.
Sossin resides in Miami Beaeh
ih Ivs wife, Gloria, and their
three children
UNITED NATIONS. NY
..n \ i he Israel (jovernmenl has
laken exception to a report by
Secretary ng Israeli iorces of "looting and
removal ol paopertj from the
United Nations Emcrgenc) Force
headquarters m Cia/a and storage
depots at (amp Rafah in the Ga/a
Strip
\ repl) to Mi Thant s chartes
were delivered The charges were
contained in the Secretary Gcnci
iir.ai i cp '' to the General .s
eiiibK on the CNEI which had
held positions on the Egyptian
frontier from 1957 until Egypt dc-
I- .'- 11 ii val on Ha> '-~ a
ti'p which trissered the six-da)
\i ,iii l-: aeli w .u
Mr l hant report onceded lha
ot i lool in t had been done b) thi
local population but he argued
that after the occupation oi (Jazi
was responsible for the pro
lection of United Nations propert)
Despite complaints to the Israeli
U N mission and assurances by the
local commander that steps would
lie taken to end the looting Mr
Thant asserted that "even more
propert) had been removed since
the initial appeal "
He charged that, al the Gaza
headquarters, most of the furniture,
typewriters, fans and other pro|>ert>
had been removed and that all l.N
vehicles in ninnmi; condition wen
driven off by Israeli soldiers and
were seen in use in the "In fact. Mr Thant declared
"UNEF representatives actuatl)
witnessed the removal of these
items but were unable to secure
any effective action by fh<- re
iponsibte Israeli authorities to pre-
vent it "
The report charged that all
items in (amp Rafah that could be
moved were missing and that some
lo >(l and medical supplies that had
been Intended for the United Na
tons Relief and Works .\.:rm-> had
al o been stolen 1 he Secretary
General said that he had asked his
ntat' es to compile di ta led
records of the damai
pi opert) stoli i that a clam
: m sat cat be I iled
Syrian-Israel
Prisoner Exchange
TEL AVIV IT \ The
Syrian-Israeli prisoner excha
nice the end ot the June war took
ilace toda\ when Israel hai
iver .vin Syrian soldiers and
El Fatah guerrilla and received
three bodies and one Israeli pilot
The guerrilla had been sentenced
to life imprisonment b) an Israeli
cou rt
The bodies were handed ovei it
coffins One was of an Israeli youth
who disappeared two years a^o
while searching for botanical speci-
mens near the Syrian border, The
Syrians denied for the entire two
years any knowledge of the youth's
whereabouts The other two dead
were Israeli An Force pilots kil I -i
by the Syrians
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Friday. luly 21. 19^

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AGUOATH ACHIM. The Martmiq m
natal S423 Calling ,*,. rthodca.
plGi^OatTM ISRAEL 7801 Cartyle Avi.
Orta*Oa Rabbi itaac Evar
Orthodox. Rabbi Tibar M. Stern
Cantor Meyer Enget.
*
HAVAT SHALOM C0NGREGA"' I
TION. SS SW 67th Ave. Ortholox.
Cantor Morris Barr.
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ANSHE EMES 2533 SW 1th Avt
Conservative. Emanuel Kushelwitx,
president Cantor Sol Pakowitz.
ETH OAVIO. a*2J SW 3rd Avt Con
aarvativa. Rabbi Sol Landau. Cantor
William W. Lioson.
CANDLELIGHTING TIME
13TAMUZ7:54
THE RABBI SPEAKS FROM HIS PUIPIT
Rabbi Oavid Rosenfald. Cantor Sey-
mour Hinktl

KNESETH ISRAEL. 141J Euclid Ava.
Orthodox Habbi David Lehrfiald
Canter Abraham Sen:
MINVONAIRES SYNAGOGUE. 37J7
Bird Rd. Modern traditional. Max
W. Temchm. president. Cantor Louia
Cohen.
---- ----
OHEV SHALOM, tn Normandy Or
Orthodox. Rabbi Phmeas Weber-
man.
A Promise Made
Must Be Kept
ETH EL. 500 SW 17th Ave. Ortho
dox Rabbi Solomon Schift.
PYida) 1:43 I r.i \
iv mon by lUM.i Sch B ittle for
. I laaa 11 i Mini :... si
P W.
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ETH ISRAEL. 770 40th St. Ortho-
dox. Rabbi Brrei wein
SI ..-..- T ... nil *
.' m -;..,. t-'r
I.. r >

iETH JACOB 30' Washington Ave
O'the **-*. Rarbi S"inaryjhu T
S*i'ky Cantor Maurlca Mamches.
1- .
-:
Sat
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ETH KOOESH II svs '2th >-
Modern T Rabt Mai
Sijpiro. Cantor Ban in'tn Ben.An
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ETH MOSHE CCSGREGAT ON
13630 W. Dixie hw>. Contrrvat va
SETH SOLOMON. 50 NW 51st PI.
Conserative. Rabbi Aharon Feier.
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IETH TFILAH 915 Euclid Ave Or-
thodox. Raobi Joseph E. Rackovsky
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IETH TORAH -64th Ave Conservative Rabbi Max Lip
tchitz. Cantor Jacob Renrer
I I., J <
Mfncha i
s
9NA RAdhael '40' NW 183rd SI
Conservative. F*abt Harold R.-hf
Cantor Jack uerner
;L'2A\ HEBPEW CONGREGATION
OF Mi AS" 1(41 .". a?-. .r
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a
-T LA!_ OFRQAl E BMAfOJ El. 1C'
S A" : ** *> rWaem R '
R chard M Lrv Ion Cant;.- Jeromr
K'ement
a
FT LALPERDAUC TEMPL. ETTH
ISRAEL 547 E. Oak'ind P.i w G's I
Rjroi P- p Chaiton, Cart-r Thfj.
dorr
iEPHARDlC jli. Sh CENTER. 445
CoHma Ave. Rev Cantor Sadi Nan
mias.
---- ----
ir\Y LAKE SYNAGOGUE 18151 NE
9th A.a. Orthodox. Rabbi Jonah
E. Caplan.
----
rEVPLE ADATH YESHURUN. Con
servative. 1025 NE l?'d St.. Miami
Gardens Rd. Rabbi Milton Schhnsky.
Cantor Maur.ca Neu.
TEMPLE BE'H mM. 5950 N. Kendall
0-. So Murni Hetorrr. Raoc
Herbert Baumg.ird. Cantor Michael
Kyrr.
a
TEMPLE BETH tL OF HOLLY-
WOOD 131.' S '4th Ave Reiorm
Si-' ja'fa
H
-
By Rabbi Richard M. Leviton
This week's Sedrah is termed
MATTOS, -tribes." in which
Moses brings to the attention of
the tribes of Is-
rael the sacred
less of vows and
promises. em-
phasbring that a
promise once
made must be
kept Two and
one-half tribes
are granted per
mission lo settle
in Transjo dan
ii |j ,i r ihej
will have
eii the remain-
tribe' in
con
Rabbi l.-v.fon
Trii< ;-.! ,n co-
a e Greater Mi-
Jmi .' ",m.
Cured p-
*| '-.fe (|
DR. MAX UPSCHITZ
,-'.-.tudl leader nf Beth Torch
T, -grega-.ion of \\.rth Miami
I Beach.
HA'.LANOALE JEWISH CENTER
."6 E Ha;ian-aia beach Bivd Max
J. We ti officiated.
a
HEBREW AC-CE'.-v ?i c Plnatree
Dr Orthjaox Rar.bi Alexanaer S
Oross.
a
HOLLYWOOD TEMPLE S'NAI. *20'
Johnson St Conservative Rabb<
David ShaB.ro Cantor Yehudan
Hei'braim
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SRAELITE tENTER jrj SW 2Mh
St. Conicvit'.'. Rat-bi Avrom L
Drazm. Cantor W u am B. Nussen
a
JACOB C. COHEN COMMUNITY
SYNAGOGUE. 1532 Washington Ave
rtsasr* *- *
July 23, 1967 Ch. in. ii am The Jewish.Wot
Hour Dr Max A Lipschitz Rabbi Beth T(
Congregation.
July 25, 1967 (h 2, 9:30 to 10.30 p.m Man to Man
Topic The Religion of Tomorrow .111
i'
Participants Rabbi Sol Lands
Dr J Calvin Rosi Miai v es Presby
terian I hurch; Fr David R Bish >p"s Re
itive to th' \
A TASTE OP HEBREW
prtttniei by THI TARBUTH FOUNDATION FOB THI ADVANCEMENT OF
HIBBfW CUITUBE and fhe AMERICAN JEWISH PRESS ASSOCIATION
Iditor: Dr. Shksma Kaaleth
Good evening, Rivka. uhere are
you going?
I am tofalf home.
I finished work juvl no*.
IM from u.'rk.''
i .s I work in the afternoon.
Aid hat are jrou doing in
ihe morning0
In Ihe morning I sluJy at ihe
Uiuverah)
Thais news to (for) me.
V\ hai do you study al ihe
Univanit) '
I) sociology there.
1 also study English literature,
Thai's scry inlerestme. isn't it?
Vat, I like ikivei very much
lo study.
V.hv are we (landing here on
the Mreel?
We can (it's possible.) go enter)
into a cafe.
Thanks, but I am no! very I
They're expecting me at home
for dinner.
I as delighted lo see you. Rivka.
I. too. was glad lo ice you.
Shalom, see you again.
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BLS RAPHAEL '-Ii
A*t Canaarvativa, RabbJ
Dav i Raaa. Canto' Si. M. Brevfi'.
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'EVPLE BETH SMOLEM of Holly
wood. 1 ~2-"> N'onroe St. Conservative
Ranbi Morton Malavsky. Cantor Er
nest Stem-r.
avi

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TEMPLE BETH SHOLON 4144 Chase
Ave. L'beu Rabbi Leon Krcnisn
i-jntor Da. d Conv.ser
a -
TEVPLt OtTH TOV 64'8 SW 8ti
St. Conse-vative. Racoi S.mon A.

"EVPLE B ".Al SHOLOM '6800 N Vk
.--) a,, Cunsn value. Canto-
Abranam Re.seman.
- a
TEMPLE EVANUEL. 1701 Witting
ton A.r Conservative Rabui Irving
"h-man Cantor Zs. A->r
KnI

'
a
TEMPLE ISRAEL Or GHEATEP VI.
AMI 1S7 NE 19th St Reto-m. Raoo.
JOi a
TEMPLE ISRAEL OP VIRAVAR
3SO0 SW $*tn W.y Conservative
RaDCi irw.n Cutler.
a
TEMPLE JUDEA 5500 Gr.rada Blvd.
Reform. Ritp Morris Kipp-r.
'
I-
- ----
TEMPLE VENOKA-i. 620 7sth St
Conservative. Rabbi Ma.er Abram-
owitz. Cantor Nica Feldman.
TEMPLE NER TAMIO 80th St and
Tatum Waterway. Modern Tradi-
tional. Rabbi Eugene LaboviU. Can-
tor Edward Kle'n.
--------
TEMPLE OR OLOM. Conservativa
8755 SW 1th St.. Miarrn Rabbi
Ralph Gliiman, Cantor Herman
Marchbem
., ; tn !'in-
illxmai
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Sii 1
i. sol f Ml
n n : -
svlll be lit Mlttsah
TEMPLE SINAI OF NORTH MIAMI
Temporary office. 18801 NE 22nd
Ave. Reform. Rabbi Ralph Kingsley.
' rid i-tad
) Rabbi KinKsli > nn i
p m al \s shinajton K. i. I
' N K ISTth .- \
Mi Hi' i:. ., i, |r, ;,,. ..< .
Rabbi III ni n : tl .
ion if "I'lrkaj Ai ut s.-11 i-
m. i
i- I .. .
Baturdnj at ium
at hi. I. iiinr tbr T... n f.u
th. v>.-rk vi ii: i- atudlad
TEMPLE TIFERETH^JACOB 951 E
4th Ave Hlaleah. Conservatlsra
Rabbi Maurice Klaln
I'ri-I.is. trad ii.in.il \l
p in l>\ I.
.
>'. esl loj aai
: res I
impoi '.i

human tell i
the ,' hole truth
the truth' is what we ask w tn< -
'- sweai !i fore ai >
questions pul I I
ll :- onl) whin -.
mises are mad'.- hypocritics I)
itfull) thai we I
down in human relationships
Trust and inte :r:t\ sre k
and are replaced with cum
and stealth.
This is why Israel hs I
on its own good tens ming
and resources when the chips a
down with tier Al
Zhbors Promises made I
Israel is 1966 were not kept, vows
made then were disavowo
and ignored
When the nation of Israel ro.V
ed that this was the case it i:
to defend Itself with every
of strength and ingenuity at .
command If nations and peoi.'-,
do not honor the sacred prorr...
then apparently all they respec'
powi r and the might that ma -
right,
our Sedrah suggests anot
of the dynamics of -
promisa I saaT i' v
lit _of "r.
oblige lit t'is to :>. "I j
' iich -f,.v"si C
such I'

the | pfoefti
it is B

.....
pects of tl elati
I dou
i
h
Lift f ttn
: r r
ll i
mic interaction's between p
hi rtain go
attained.
Our world is in trouble, as
has always been and proba
ilways will bv because "f the
':..-... isei :ni4 cover.ar
ral mb isvaj as eas
be applied to onx individual U>
when truth arul b>uie-'y disapi^
between hushspad anil wife, .-
r and en i itsm-
nuch we wqi
i *^w ffsl .; sn wt
we sa) what we p
SYNOPSIS OF THE TORAH PORTION MATTOTH
\l \TT0TH Map I the I f G aalf-
Manasseh in I ransj
V nd Moses
: Mai
Heuhen and
the kindfdeiB* the laws
t 12.000 1,000 from each
wah the Midianites The expedition wu ... cessful
im rhe |
asked to be alto
ing land ,n Transjordan Muses on cwdiHo* thut these*
tribes lead the other land in Transjordan aUsVM attrra* net
condition that these tribes lead the other tribe*acroai the lor-
dan. and not return to Transjordan until all their brother tribes
haif oTcTd eVr ''"' ,h" lrib6 "' ""* quer-d
naif of Gilead, and were granted it for their terntery
Hantao,- ^^ by p. Wollman-Tsamir, $15 Pub'shaT U
^aaaa
Question Box:
By RABBI SAMUEL FOX
500 N Miam
TEMPLE ZAVORA 44 Zamori Avt
Conservative Rabbt Maswell Mr
ger. Cantor Ben Oickson
TEMPLE ZIO\ S0O0 Miller Rd Con
servative. Rabbi Alfred Waaman
tiffreth ISRAEL.
Ave. Conservativa.
YOUNG ISRAEL OF GREATER Ml-
AMI. 990 NE 171st St Orthodca
Rabbi 5>if*in Sta..ber Cantor
Pincos Aloof.
VOUNG ISRAFL OF MIAMI BEACH
1S42-44 v\a.h njton Ave Rabbi Naf
ta Porjsh
TEMPLE SHI. SW MM Avt.,
Pjmpmo Bei.-i Conservative Rab-
bi Vorr s A. Skop Cantor Lean
Segal.
Q Why is n required for the
worshipper to bow during certaia
parts of the pr,i>
A. Tha Talmud (Bavli, Bars
eKoth 34a) mentions this re-
quirement Theaa times r
*Pcifia,
and at tha and of the bemadic-
tion which mentions tha patri-
rcht" and "at tha beginning
and at tha and of tha blassmq
which gives Tlvanks" Tha
basic rtaion for this bowing it
because it it a symbol of hu-
mility. The Talmud depicts the
worshipper at the first bane
fiction (i.e. tha one in which
the patriarchs are mentioned!
as "a subject approaching his
King who bows in humility."
The condition of the worship-
per during the benediction
where thanks i$ given is de-
picted as that of the subject
who has just received a favor
from his king and thus bows in
humble thanksgiving. These
two benedictions come at tha
*ry beginning and towards
the end of the main body of
Jewish prayer (i.e. the eighteen
bleasing* called the "$hmoneh
Ereh.') Bowing at these two
benedictions and remaining
erect during the intermediary
Benedictions wherein one pre-
sents his petition to the Al-
"0hty is on the one h a n d
symbolic of the necessity far
man's humility as the basic
approach to prayer and on the
other hand symbolic of the ne
cessity for man's confidence in
ppreeching the Almighty dur-
ing prayer feeling that he can
pproach the Creator face to
face in asking for Ms needs in
life The Tosafot Commentary
(Talmud avli, Berechoth 34a
explans that we do not allow a
man to bow in the course of
the intermediate benadictisns
because this mi.-iht be constru
ed as n arrogant shew o*
piety.


idcy. July 21. 1967
fJcnisli n nh m
Page 13-A
t. Lauderdale
tmanu-EI |
'o Relocate
Martin .1 Yohalem. president of
An-
|
, .; ;, Kmanu-El. 1801 So
lVs Av., Ft touderdale. an
ounred that the temple, in a spe-
,.,] consregaUonal meeting held
eeently, \ot"d to relocate and
uild new religious facilities on a
ite on Oakland Park Blvd.
The new site will be 10 acres in j
ize compared to the present 1.6 i
crev A goal of $400,000 has ben
rt in order to complete the fir*t i
base of the proposed expansion
rogram The first Phase building!
ffort will include 17 classrooms,
n all purpose auditorium seating
NBC 1-000 persons, and adminis
rative offices.
Chairman of the drive is Al
vin Gross. Other officials in ad-
dition to President Yohalom in
clode Elliott B. Barnott, build-
ing axpansion chairman, and
Mrs Robert Uchin, prosidont of
the Sisterhood.
Temple Emanu-EI is the oldest
Jefmm Jewish congregation in
SrcM.ml County. Its present
ni't'Mi^ wai dedicated in 1939
ith a membership of 10 families
inc. thai time, it has grown to
O familu First president of the
ftmplt' was Moc Katz. local real
ftr. Over the years. MVeral iildi-
fjdn.s rr .nliled to the sanctuary,
fccluflin*; the TVxId Kaufman Audi-
Irnui-i .itul the Dr. Abraham M
Jor\% / Memorial Librar>
| Rabbi Samuel Baron was the
Brst spiritual leader of Temple
manu Fl in the early forties He
as succeeded by Rabbis GrOSS,
Baab and Hanson The present spj
tftual leader. Rabbi Richard M
sVevitnn. came to the congregation
k> August. 1961 In June. 1965 (an
fc>r Jerome Klement became a-
gDciattd with the temple as its first
Cantor
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llih m. Rurl :n Ma|i i
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EDELSTEIN. Mrs K^. l". -f ISI
Meridian Ato., Miami Beach Sn -
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FOSS. Mr Totta, 13, ol BIS BOth St.
Miami Beach, ttervlna In Chlcaaja
RJVeialoe N<,rm...ni>
CARFINKEL. Mr* Bllfetl. Si, ..f TS1
\ \v ITfttn Rl xi \ .i. v jut) is,
Rlv-ermtdi Jeorih MUmi Beaton.
K1EIS. Mr- Don, _'. ,.f |dSS Merl-
rllMti -\\. Miami React
LACHMANN. Mr- Root T5, o( (Ml
\i.imill v.- M B Service* J I) IS,
U rcli'fi l.n vearaa
schwaoron, Uenaan, it. ol MM
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ton
GILBERT, Mn Rarhei, H, ol '
Alton Hil M li Sorvlcoe In New
Torti Rlvi raldo Alt. n IM
GOLDFARB. hurl.-, IS, of lit Euc-
lid \\. M l< Hervlcaa In N< m
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SHA'N H i i 17. of I -w lth
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Rabbi Ever Directs
Free Hebrew School
The Hebrew institute School, a
frt-c daily Hebrew school. 7801
Carlylc Avt-. Miami Beach, will
in ICCeping registraliom for
the fall term on Sunday. July 23.
on a first come first served
basis. Families may choose the
sessions for religious education
The Hebrew Institute School also
announces the opening of a daily-
Hebrew National Day Nursery and
Kindergarten for boys and girls
aRes 3 to 6. to be held Monday
through Friday, from 9 a.m. till
5 p.m. for the fall term which be-
gins Sept. 5th.
"The Day Nursery and Kinder-
garten will feature a qualified
teaching staff, indoor and outdoor
play and recreation: hot lunches,
with a progressive curriculum for
Hebrew, history. Bible. Lawi and
Customs, songs, arts and crafts.'
according to Rabbi Dr. Isaac
Hirah Ever, director
Interested families may call the
Hebrew Institute daily from 9 am.
till 8pm
Wasserman Takes
Prosecutor Post
Richard W Wasserman. Miami
Beach attorney, a/al installed re
gently as prosecutor ol North Bay
Village in ceremonies conduit
ed by al ay aaJPaial, School, it
Wasserman. a native of Boston,
is a graduate of the University of
Florida and the University of Mi
ami School of Law.
He is a member of Wie Florida
Bar, and serves on the Board of
Directors of the Miami Beach Bar
Assn.
Wassernum is also a Democratic
Committeeman. serving the North
Bay Village and Miami Beach
area, and has been practicing law
in Miami Beach for eight years.
He lives at 7501 E. Treasure Dr.
with his wife. Jannette. who is a
registered nurse working in Miami
Beaeh.
Rabbi Levitan, 81
Rites Held Monday
Rabbi Abraham Levitan, 81. of
10 S.E 6th st a New York Lawyer
before he moved to Miami 20 yean
ago, died Sundaj
He was ordained in the Orthodox
Kahbinate 15 years ago
He had served as a rabbi in
Monticello Park. N V and in Miami
at Ahavas sholom Synagogue.
Rabbi Levitan was on the board
of directors of Yeshiva College in
New York He was a Mason and
Pat Master and charter member of
Exra Masonic Lodge in New Jersey
Suvivors include bis wife. Ro-a:
: a son Col Kalman l.eo of Dayton
Ohio; two daughters. Mrs. Kalia
Minlman of New York City and
Esther Edith Levitan of Miami:
two brothers. I.ouis of West New
York. N .1 and Marty of Californa.
a sister. Mrs Bessie ljpke of Brook
lyn. N Y : and three grandchildren
Services were held Monday at
the Cordon Funeral Home
Ralph Brotman Posses
Word has been received from
Montreal Canada of ih rmn'np >
June 28th of Ralph Brotman. fre
qucnt visitor to Miami and bio'her
of Ruth Brotman. who is now at
W0 Cote St. LUC Road. Montreal.
Israel Coin Club To Meet
Israel Com Club of South Florida
scheduled it> monthly meeting tor
Thursday. July 201h at 8 p.m. al
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'trori Miami Beach Dr 0 1.
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Overseas Newsletter: By HIAHU SAIPETER
Bumper-to-Bumper Traffic On The Highway
1/ -4*1
Jerusalem
N The month Following Hie lightning
victory over the armies of Egypt,
Jordan and Syria. Israel has made con-
siderable progress In normalizing the
new situation, despite all the ambigui-
ties that inevitably must prevail for
some time.
The administrative unification of
Jerusalemthe merger oi Jewish Jeru-
salem with the formerly Jordan held Arab parts of
the cityhas succeeded better than expected The initial
rush of Israelis to the Old Citj and of the Arabs to the
N City is now subsiding somewhat, although, on week-
it is still bumper-to bumper traffic on the main
uay leading to the city Just about even Israeli feels
ged lo visit the Old City and the shops there have
sold out ..11 souvenirs and other "typically Arab"
merchand -> at two or three times their original price
On weekdays, however, Jerusalemites act .<- if the
ication of th i \\ was an old storj Bus lines run
the border for 19 years Israelis
tun a a second look thousands ol
the -'iv, ts ol the New
v from the Old I are touring
in-, n i v Ram at Gan and Ha a to an
Israel and to i njoy thi atten
turers esmi \ re ei
in a healthy effort to beat the competition in the newly
opened markets
Officials ol the MinistryoT^usticc are studying the
complicated question of propcrn right! In the unified city
According to Israel law. all property which belonged to
Arabs who were not in Israel when the State came into
existence twenty years ano is vested with the Custodian
of Abandoned Property. This was originally intended to
take care of the lands and houses of Arabs who fled
Israel But now. thousands, if not tens of thousands
of Arabs of the Old City who have properties in the
New City have become citizens of unified Jerusalem and
want their property back However, from a stricth legal
point while they have become full-fledged residents of
Israel's cap tal, thej have not yet become citizens ol the
state of Israel and remain nationals ol an enemj
count rj
On :li" othet hand, thousands ol Israelis have prop
m the Old Cit> .uid Ihej want it back, too H
ever, under international il lions
out in< teen yi an rule under Jo
alid In other wot N
men! si Id lai to Arab*
lews, the t
i tel
I'h, situat er parts of what v
is even more complii ated I
.,- > an as 1st
As We Were Saying:
By ROBERT E. SEGAL
Conference On Children And ^nitli
wanting to enter the* areas need special permit
the Military Government authorities as do reside
IhOM regions wanting to visit Israel However
from those regions can. de facto, enter the 01
without much trouble And once in the Old City
can. of course, enter the New City freely, as th.
no longer any barriers there From the New fit. th,j
cam take a bus or train and travel to any other ;
Israel'without anyone being the wiser
While the Israel pound is legal tender in a
salem- -the Old City as wellthe Jordan dinar
valid currency in the former Jordanian parts (.j
tine Dinars will soon he exchanged for Israel
occupation money In the (J.i/a Strip, the F_
,i is still legal tender it loo la to be exchangi
"occupation money
Nevertheless, shopkeeper- in both regions gli
cepl Israel pounds, mail > becauae by doing -
tpot i ion to the offii
the dinar or the Egyptiai
a d thi Israel p i
Israi originall) pi to ti
ner Jot n-ruled .....,|" '''
forn r I tiat Gaza St
ntities. at least |
with the '
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,. nies l i one thii and
Vi al i en 0
th pi r slow Ij or not -
I
lies on basic <
|i \ els t themst
terly afflict I
UIHEN PLANS tor the 1970
\' I rence on
Children And Youth ~rc formu
ed. soon, ;i number of develop
will
show influence on the confer
Mo-! imj such factors
probably will he the scars ph
cal, mental, an,! psychological inllieteii on ciiiioien
by relentless warfare and threats of further wart
Boys and girls hearing constantly of bombing, with
civilians suffering alongside military men. enter
adolescence and adulthood deeply touched b> their
elders' inability to stop killing and effect peace
Hunger, unemployment, racial hatred, drug addic-
tion, disease and parental neglect are old factors
updated. They. too. will be much in the mind of the
planners
The theme of the liWiO White House Conference
Our Him Folk:
By HERBERT G. IUFT
A Petite Beauty
Hollywood
CARA VARDI. a petite Israeli
beauty, makes her Hollywood
motion picture debut in Para-
mount's outdoor epic. "Blue," deal-
ing with a young "Gringo" (British
actor Terence Stamp) who grows up
among Mexican banditos. headed
by such heavyweights as Ricardo
Montalban and Karl Maiden The
picture is currently before the cameras in far re-
mote canyons above Los Angles, then will move to
Moat) in southeastern Utah, with Canadian Silvio
Narizzano (of C.eorgy Girl" fame) directing for pro-
ducer Judd Bernard and hum Winklcr
Simon Schiffrin, the veteran French movie
maker and Academy award winner for "Chagall."
who participated in three major invasions in World
War II a- intelligence officers for both the Fr*nch
and Americans, last week visited Hollywood for
the first time in 22 years Schiffrin most recently
was associated with Carlo Ponti in the producing of
the anti-Nazi movie. The 25th Horn." starring
Anthony Quinn an 1 \ irna Lisi He now is preparing
for location in Yugoslav 1 filn ization ol Bernard
M ilamud's I ovi I, "1 he Fixer dealing
rist Russia. 1 movie will be
i directed by
1 Franki f "Grand 1 in is
films m ith \l <; M, most hk.-is
{unction with Carlo Ponti
who with Iran h m the motion
pi'' Mo.
cow Film fesl val in protest over tl nent
rded b> th Boa iet Ui
side and inside the UN. last Saturday gavi a "live"
I- rformance al a dinner gi> en for
corps by th.' Masquers Dub in Hollywood to In
itiate the forthcoming picture production of "The
Night They Raided Mineky's in which the star
appears as 1 burlesque comedian. The swank affair
at the Masquers was highlighted by a sketch en-
titled, "The Wonderful World of Burlesque." with
Milton Frome. Chanin Hale, Frank Scannell and
Andy Albin joining in.
.... ite npportunitii 1 hildren
full 1 ti ntial foi 1
iife in fi nit) M th-
,essions that I ell over 7.0 >
that "i en ol
10 years later
. t || pn mptuous ol Am -n
cans to think hat we haven't .1 lar e 1 rop -
- ol our own with which to deal Turnini
these domestic ssues find at past I
tul influencesthe I'.S. Supreme Court's ruling that
juvenile com; proceedings are criminal I ials I 1 be
conducted under procedures that meet constitutional
standards of due process oi law; and the blueprint
presented b> President Johnson recentl> (or ira
provement in the lot of our children and youth
Whc Portas declared in his im
portant opinion ol May 15 that "neither the 14th
Amendment nor the Bill of Rights is tor adults
only." when he pointed out that under our constitu
tion. the condition of being a boy does not justify .1
kangaroo court, he shouldered out the long-accepted
parent ptri concept, making it clear that from
this time on. an American youngster in trouble with
the law must have all the safeguards of the Bill of
Rights. Some lawyers and jurists who believe that
the 68-year-old American juvenile court system was
guarantee enough balked at the ruling, but for the
most part the 8 to 1 decision was accepted en
thusiastically.
For children in serious trouble, then, the Su-
preme Court ruling offers considerable hope. And
inasmuch as juvenile courts, despite herculean ef-
forts made by some jurists, have provided only a
partial answer (if not the wrong answer) to juvenile
waywardness, the new. audacious move by the Su-
preme Court may provide the first step in funda-
mental improvement.
Panorama:
Highlights In Sports
JESSIE SILVER
New Records Set
up 7043 1
,ii thi National \ W de<
finish in sixl h posit on His ore as the
1,1 ever for a Jewish performer in the two
ten event competition Only Mike Herman of Nil
in '. s
Goldberg recorded the .ollowing marks 11
the i";i meters, -i 9" for the long jump S8'4'
the slut put, ti T for (he high jump. 49.9 foi
40(1 meters, 15.1 for the 110 meter hurdles, 134*11
for the discus. 11*11 ," for the pole vault. IT4 -*
for the javelin and 4:*5 2 for the !5o0 meter 1 n
Bill Belter of Seton Hall won the discuss at "h
ICAAAA for the second time with a loss of MTT
and placed eighth at the NCAA wtth 173fT Mart.
Eisner of Kent state hurled the diaoua MBtPt" fo:
a wm at the Central Collegiate championships b
Milwaukee
Best ol the British runners appears to be yOUB)
I.eu Walters. Walters won the Middlesex count
championship at 88(1 >ards, then placed third at 'h-
British Games in Ixindon with a 1:49 7 cloekin.. I
was the beat time ever for the 88i> by an Angle
Jewish runner
Two British Maccabiah Games gold medal wir
nera have been running well Veteran Ray Rose
retained his Sussex county mile championship 11
4:05 1, and placed third in 4:64X1 at the Bnti>l
Games Ian Morgan of London University has best
of 49.1 for the 440 and 53 7 for the 440 hurdles
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By DAVID SCHWARTZ
Everybody Is A Chochom Now
ISRAEL IS THE people of the Book. foB
it is only proper that books should.
share in any Israel victory and they)
have A whole literature has arisen
about the war No less than eight books
dealing With it have already been pubj
Ei ind and America In 1
: the at tbors is Randolpl
chill and in America, the notei
l '.....it ei ..I S I. Marshall ,
have reaped an c\< ii i.(her harvest
.,! issue si Hint at SI "" :i i
ii Israel could lei royalties on all ol 'in- literature,
wouldn I have to sell Israel Bonds
The Russian papers too have me all out in covi
Iiii (i avi thi K i) in com. i
I parj raphs, has been running many articles
on- a- has Izveatia. on Israel They 'to not seem
to enjoy the victor) Thej can't gel over the facl that
Israel destroyed or appropriated -one two billion do
worth of arms. The) don't seem to take into consideration
that Israel makes luch good use Ol the Captured aims
It used to he said that in Pravda, which means truth, you
never can find any truth and in Izvcstia. which means
oews, you can never find am real news Both papers are
still living up to their old reputation.
Now everyone is saying. "I told you so The CIA.
we are told in the daily press informed President
son in advance that Israel would quickly knock out "
Arabs and troin Paris comes word that before the I
de Gaulle asked for his army experts' opinion and '
-aid the same thing
Everybod) is I chochom now Wh\ didn't -
the-e chochomin speak out befi
In l-rae). there are some who wi-li to make
Dayan Prime Minister li he do the iol>
llhllc !\ he has Qttl I I \M m't [,. long tiliem|
ed There must be mam large countries which w
d to have him as | Cei ilnlj
nine- wo ild rush .it U
nit) A little classified lement In The \, 1
Timi 1 am iure, would bung results
Km wh> do... Dayan nee i th Job ol Prime M
He has alread) made one man Prime Mmisi r ..t t
When Dayan visited Burma feu years hack, bi
id through India and toppr.l to .....he Taj '
led that at the same tune. Prime Minister H
dllan ol England was m town and the local
was so uowed. Da\an could not c,et a room Dayan *'
a note to M.icmillan saying the man who made him I'i <
Minister has arrived, referring of course to th.
Suez campaign, in which Dayan figured, which led
resignation of Eden and MacmiUan taking his place *''
millan so enjoyed the note he set aside two room> '
his own suite for Dayan.


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Prt -Merit
RONALD A UPTON
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LEO ROBINSON
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GUS FEUER
Via Prmident
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SAMUEL UPTON
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LEONARD BARR
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Vice-President
and Secretary
MARSHALL S. HARRIS
Vice /-. /, and
AttociaU' Cou
Experience makes the difference...
SERVING DADE COUNTY SINCE 193^
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STATEMENT OF FINANCIAL CONDITION
JUNE 30. 1967
ASSETS
Cash on Hand and m Banks................................. $
U.S. Government Securities- at cost............ 18,651
First Mortgage Loans................
Federal Home Loan Bank Stock at cost..... ......
Prepayment to Secondary Reserve of Federal Si.
Insurance Corporation..............
Loans on Savings A" .....
Real Estate Owned-at cost.................
Land, Buildings and Equipment-at cost li
accumulated depreciation.................. ......
Deferred Charges and Other Assets .... .............. 809,994
TOTAL ASSETS ................. ..............
LIABILITIES AND RESERVES
Savings Accounts ........................................... S:26.r44.596
Advances from Federal Home Loan Bank................... j.OOO.COO
Loans in Process........................................... 3,565
Advance Payments by Borrowers for Taxes and Insurance'...... i9,113
Other Liabilities.........................................
Deferred Income ............................................. 21,429
Surplus and General Reserves................................. 18,849,043
TOTAL LIABILITIES AND RESERVES....................... $256,619,850
DADE FEDERAL OFFERS YOU 2 WAYS TO SAVE
REGULAR PASSBOOK
SAVINGS ACCOUNTS
4%
SAVINGS ACCOUNT
CERTIFICATES
s
Current Dividend R -When I
paid and compounded quarterly. .-.- en,j rmon
by the 20th-Earn from the 1st. -Save by the loth Earn!
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/ CONVENIENT OFFICES SERVE DADE COUNTY
Main Office
101 East Flagler Street
Sfry Lake Branch
18300 N.E. 19th Ave.
Allapattah Branch
1400 N W 36th St
Tamiami Branch
1901 SW. 8th St
Edison Center Branch
5800 N W /th Ave.
Kendall Branch
U.S. 1 at SW. 104th St.
North Miami B'
12600 N W 7th Ave.
Cutler Ridge Branch
10808 Caribbean Blvd.


1
' "dfewisli Floridliam
imi. Florida. Fr.day. July 21
I 1i 7
Section B
undreds Of Arab Officers
Receiving Training In U. S.
WASHINGTON iJTAi The
United States Defense Department
udmitted that hundreds of Arab
military officers, Including some
from 'he states thai attacked is
lael last month, are still receiving
[training at bases In the United
States
\nii\ sources disclosed that 47
Israeli soldier* are currently being
Jtraimd at Kort Bliss, Fort Leaven
v rth i ackland Air Force Base,
t Quantico Marine Base and
r i! [d in Florida
A defense Department sookes-
man said that S7 Jordanian Army
i.'ficers and pilots arc still re-
ceiving training at more than
' 15 bases and airfields around the
country. The Jordanians are be-
ng trained in artillery, armor
and the aerial techniques per-
fected by American flyers in Viet
Nam.
\ltl Syria broke off
l :, frith thi l nited
Eiat< lie I Ai dip
lomats I
i i ;;! receh ini .i It anced
train I irl I ee, V'a the I S
Arm) > infirmed todaj While Iraq
broken off n latio
I States and oai rl c rated in
.'. ar i tains! Israel, -i\ h aql
L; m> ol ui lei actn
al Port Sil Vrtillerj Base
yk!a Aberdeen P
Didr.rce) and Fort Beminu in
intr\ and parachute troop center
to Iraqis are being trained in
i ii tactics al Keesler Field.
i->
Other Arab trainees here al
iii e include 83 from
udia. 154 limn Morocco. 43 from
8 from Lebanon. 12 from
iiijii and 7 from Tunisia
The Defense Department said
o Arabs had been expelled de-
Ipite the changes in policy by
he governments they represent.
s.H. however, that requests
n future for training of addi-
on.il officers from nations that
tlad severed relations wi'h this
ountry will not be honored in
he foreseeable future.
.ehi soui ces said
e iiainin of \i abs should eon
thai it w
influenct
the Arabs. Army officials said
training was continuing and Arabs
were being given access to techni
oal data at the request of the Stale
Department.
The continuation of this train-
ing was disclosed last week on the
House floor by Rep. Hob Wilson.
California Republican, a member
of the House Armed Services Com-
mittee He asserted thai the prac-
tice jeopardized American security
since th" nations ihe Arab trainees
represented were collaborating
with the Communist bloc through
the Unified Arab Command. He
-.ncl technical data was being trans-
nutted by the Arabs to Communist
military technicians and thus
could jeopardize American forces
in Viet Nam
iebratinq his 41st birthday
(with a party in his honor nt
|the Famous Restaurant,
Miami Beach Councilman
Muiek ileiu i? congratulat-
by Mianr Beach Mayoi
y Dermer. Among the 37
jests were all members of
Council, relatives and
lends.
lust arrived from the USSR, with the assistance of United
Hiae Service, is the Iokovics family who will rejoin relatives
m the United States. Bernat, 62. is a carpenter. His wife
Serena, is 49. Their children Helen. 21. Olaa, 19 and Herman,
15. are students. Family reunion at Kennedy Airport with
Bernat's brother Murray, whom he had not seen tor 27
years was deeply moving. NYANA will help the newcomers
resettle in New York City. About 8.200 reluques and migrants
will be assisted by United Hias to establish new lives in
tree Western countries this year.
West German Youth Have Impression
Of Jewish People As Founders Of State
to set up an organisation to bring
American Jewish youth to Wesl
Germany t>> engage in "constructive
dialogue" with Wesl German
young people He said the idea had
the mil support ol Wesl German
authoriti' s
NEWARK, N -I IJTA) ttw
oldei ition in West German)
still considers Jews as a race or
reli mim bul the south think ol
tin m and v Igorousl) support 'hem
as ihe people who founded and
maintained the State ol Israel, a
i niversity sociologist n
li d this week
pr v. ahnman
this valuation as the most si k
finding ol > rec< i I toui ol
man) i thi
thi oven i i '
In and |)olu i< al of
- in a I..
eiti d th
d othei -i ;ns of support
I
crisis and war
"The Israeli situation provided
a ma'or bre.Vt'hrouqh in Ger-
man-Jewish relations." he said.
"It gave German youths *n oppor-
tunity to express themselves He
auJed that "this feeling on the
part of German youth toward
Israel is not an unmixed blessing.
There is the danger that the
more complex problem of the
Jews and Judaism throughout
history might be circumvented
by the enthusiasm over the much
simpler Israeli situation."
He said while he did not believe
thai the Weal German youth ol
todaj ihoulb be "burdened with
:1111t for the Naxi persecution ol
Jew -. he also fell "tbej c ii not es
cape responsibllit) for historj
He summed up the feeling of the
youth with the comment ol
young West German lo him thai
if i belong to the people of Goethe
and Schiller. I belong to ihe people
of Hitler He Mid he was planning
Fair Sabbath Law
Abuses Are Claimed
V \\ ". (JTA Po
Con Howard H lear)
Nov. York Cit) po
sue sum mi
art ho Jew who keei
open on Sui
Vlth i Now Yoi r'j
bath La' such businesses
la> n an
i ,:.,\ ol Ihe week is obsi rved
,i- the Sabbath, a spokesman foi
the Police Commissioner conced
ed that "perhaps some of the men
in the Held did not understand
what the law was about.'
Mr Leary acted after a meeting
with representatives of the Com
mission on Law and Public Affairs
a recent]) organised group of law
>ers representing Orthodox Jewish
organizations, who complained ihal
there was still widespread harass
menl t> ihe p olic e ol Je
merchants on the lower East
: Manhattan and the W Uliamsburg
section ol Brooklyn.
Pr Man in SchlCk, 'he head ol
the iommission, who t< achi i
stitutional law al Hunter College,
. i, l thai despite the fad Ihal
the Fair Sabbath Law lias b
m existence for five years, not a
u,, i Itboul dozens
,ii Jewish merchants
being hit b) summonses, '
lizmtHis-iabvl
Arnvl .jvifn'i/s
from our fashion
floor, third
10. 99
Reg $20, $28. loci
label, recognized tor
ess! Cool, washable Datable
acetates, in styles tor misses and .-.
3-18, 12*2 24'2 in group.
floor
' at all 6 E
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I ry. July

or. July 23. the Oi h R<-gel
mage, under the auspices
of the Israel Bond Organization,
will depart for Israel Aaron
Kahan. -xecutive director, has
just returned from Israel where
he met with government leaders
to map out details for a enes of
receptions and other special
event*. The basic Oleh Regel
Tour is for two weeks in 1-rael
w;th the third week optional for
European travel or return to the
I nrted States
This type of travel, especially
w> soon after the cessation of
iKlltllitias. requires special ward-
robe plannmc Mr- Jack Me\er
fioff is planning to travel lightly
with drip dry clothing being her
exclusive choice for daytime wear
Shi -aid that these dr'-ss*^ are
marvelous. the> are comfortable
'.'it traveling and -. and
es < ning thi > are tt to
ank up. and then are m ajy
* i day
M'-vcrhoff i- 'h\
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wmng with na\> blue being hei
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choice for after-five accessor.> -
She'.- taking only one set or VGQ
ing accessories, and one .set lor
day. with an extra pair of walk-
ing shoes for comfort All of her
da> wear will center around white
and black. She alo takes an all
weather coat when she travel!
even though *he doesn't e\p ct
:nuch rain this time of the year
she Likes the added warmth *hile
flying Two of her long tune
friends are joining her on this
trip, one from her home town ol
Baltimore and the other from
IM'sburgh She's returning home
raal a-
-he and h ad are planning
to vacation later in the -umrihr in
pe
Another r. drip
dry dres* i- M p F Than
Black and wll her
for accessories, and h r rule tf
'hlmb when trav< ling i lo pack
are two res
h" one is that -h?
got tired ot br DM clo'he<
i on ar.d the
.- -'i tha' -he '1 have ruon ir. he*
M ti brii | home itcM -
purchased while tras.ehng El
pecially now. -he feels that an;.
purchases members of the .our
make will help the economy of th'
country
Mrs Thau has many fnencs
and relatives in Israel and u-ed
to take candy with her as a mall
gift when visiting She has riser
found out that the Israeli worrier,
much prefer our brightly colored
long beads This popular type of
costume jewelry is worn either
long or doubled over, and the
multiple strands are preferred.
After delivering her gifts, Mis
Thau has more room lo br.i.g
home her purchases
Another traveling Up is to take
prints as they can take a lot of
without requir.n- ui> deal
in* which car. he a problem
traveling For the r captions
and special even's -he i* takitifc
:
me* in Israel dress simp!--
Mrs. Thau does not belief
a headed dress would he ippiop
nate e>pecially now
to which it is heav\ and add- too
much to the Weight allowance
Mr- !'. V ha- a diffi
philosophy about hn travel ward
robe She's taking lot- of cl
a- -he feel* thai as they n
to be with the same p oplc lor
at least two week- she wants
variety in the dress Banloiis
and prints are tops on her list
for travel. with no tent silhouet-
tes included Her wardrobe -
planned aiound black and white
aceceaoriea with aeveral cocktail
drawn for the special evenings.
The F-ssen.s are gome lo take the
Borne and London option for the
third week, and knowing how they
enjoy going out and dancing we
asked about floor length gowns
and tuxedos. They took lad
clothes when they spent thirteen
weeks traveling around the world,
and gowns ana tu\ were not
practical
Mrs Essen finds two puce ban
Ions with the cowl neckline hei
it.- 'oat eaosjmhlei
. ood. silk dinner jacket for '
(oi the evening, shorl
-<-. black patent let
,\ ,ii cesseries and for
its black peau de loie, and
kid walking shoes describ* -
clot hei
i he "leh Begel pligrimagi
for the first time re\iN.
ancient custom wherth\
from farofl lands made .,
grimage to the Temple in J
-ah ni and other holy placet \.
ttur Miami based group trj
they will also impart an in agi
how are drees in our dosel;
lated climate
Carribean Stays Open
For Summer Season
Following a successful mi
season, Sam Schechter and Men.
Ilirsch of the Caribbean Hi I
Collins A.enue between 37th .
38th Street, Miami Beach, annouru*
that they will remain open for I
summer.
Featuring "Glatl Kosher Cu
the < 'aribhean has one of the larg<
pools in the area as well a> a
block of private beach A In <
parking lot on the premise-
maintained for guest convent
'!
(.(mmhiiim.simiii:

Bagels...and Good Coffee
No taste in the world satisfies like a bakery fresh
bagel...and a cheering cup of Maxwell House
coffee. Both are constant, unchanging and match-
less in the joy they give-each in its own, a tradi-
tional favorite in Jewish homes.
MAXWELL HOUSE
IH s t \ n r o j< k e <; t I. A K
(fj Always... Good to the last drop!*
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corr*
K ntfint MlMr Unltl iu#rtmM tt
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Friday, July 21, 1967
+Jcnlst> rh riftftr
Page 3-B
(Blind Children Join
'Regular Classes
ANGLES (JTA) During
there have been
and 20 Baa Miti
^ blind ch
i rval
ous -in" .- in tl
ace n ling to D
. | i ;,] ( i i e lii eel i '
.;. ish Braille Institute i I
Fr> d said th hu i
. ; result "f .i ...
i- te to enable the
!i teeing children i"
- lasaes, in conti Ml to the
practice, up until round
'md children
lizi aininf claaarooma
i ;.'ii! present) I tl Info
i ut td thr annual COO
tuif nt the National r'e
'i thr BUnd.
Los kngelea waa one ol
cities wh rh wrei < "pilot
where breakthrough has
,ii in educating the blind
d< cade, both in
. il in Jewish religii u-
chools rhi
i i I'.i aille ti xtl oka w ithout
from th.- Institute, he
1 d that thr fust break
1 career opportuni-
1 : I; is been in Ihc in
1 professional ii
1 i it in the past !.">
> 'in' number of Muni profei
Be in roil,-.. has ris I ful tn more than 50.
So Q hea
I i r rice,
I' meat or fish
I and
II mushrooms, hv
81 d and simmered to per-
il lion for true Italian taste.
Keep plenty on hand.
TRY IT SOONI
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S i FR W IS( il i.ITA) seats to nun members
iffr ne>u:\ formed Sjaaaj ue Conn-
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Ihe led i itioi
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i ations is to give pi
membei ai .1 a* II ai lining
The recommendation declared
thit the perpetuation of Judaism
in no snicill measure depend*
epon ded'eated Jews who, b/
.nnual membership,
their synagogues" and it ur
unaffiliated Jews to "risa to
air reaponsibilitias" b>

ber i
po ic> that
diati !> High H
hall b
dues paid mem be
live syni
Mrs. Mortimer Jacobson. national president ol Hadassah,
is shown receivinq the keys to Hadassah Hospital atop
Mt. Ccopus, from Menahem Schar!:- known as "T'ne
King of the Hill" who represented Israel authorities.
Scharfman had been in command of the Israeli convoy on
Mt. Scopus, from Menahem Schaifman known as "The
be transformed into a hacxxPSCM Rehabilitation Cent* r nad
remained empty for the last 19 years, sealed on from use
when the United Nations assumed jurisdiction over the
area. Hadassah Hospital was repossessed by Hadassah
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She knows the Spring-morning freshness and quality of Breakstone's dairy
products like she knows her own grandchildren. Grandma says,"There
are some things modern times hasn't been able to improve on.
Breakstone's is one of them." One delicious way or another
Breakstone's always belongs on everyone's table. Yours,too!
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Page 4-B
r Awfafl fkrkf&r
. ^^fbont people ana f^laces .
TO MEET BETSY SLEY
n
t Mrs Davidson jnd h--. Mn
nan. in honor of Betsy Sley who
will wed Mrs. G Robert Grossman
Jr on July 23rd Betsy looked adorable in a blue
Her Lbei Mrs
Har' -
the tea \ i an Mrs
Cray Jr Mr- I
..
: Mrs li
the tw .;-. \rllo
Mr- Judd Br- Mrs. Haro
Mrs I Green N
i Mr- Mrs
Mrs H
WOULD YOU BELIEVE'
-
It was I
. a big

it like the i
i in a .'apat
:\n\ movies They
I ate theii i
city
rbar-ed
UP THE DOWN STAIRCASE
K.' r their annual summer vaca-
irben formerly had
are Jack an Es elyn Si
So the ing they did wa- to
iboul -chool teachers in Ne
vermans live ami teach school
lack is principal in Public School 61 where
amona other extraordinary classes, the Head
Start youngster- an- taught to play the violin by
the Suzuki method Evelyn teaches at Public
School 25 for the intellectually gifted child
which is what ever} mother considers her own
child i
EXPO 47
New York was dull in comparison to Expo 67
Friedland an I her daughter
saw Ra lio Music Hall. United
allowed in the sessions) a
Bar Mitzvah. a ueddn ted family din-
luacheoi (hopping trips Larrj cane
to New York and whisked thorn off to Montreal
Expo 87 fti< h Bccordin
the Fnedlands
A COOL AND POOL WEEKEND
Th- tan and Eugene, spent a I
weeken I in S Their
nd Si from nine
in the ni' even al niaht Tlie lit!
}h it may
a \ i some
SUMMER TIME IS "POPS" TIME
Ever) ne at I:. M ira

1 edit, t
ked gay in a bun
ncert wore Mr and Mi -
Mih
Myra Fai ind Sti Zukernu
the Mill
Bella ich, Mar i Z the 1
lie. Mur
Koretsky. I
Sam 1 i. Mrs. A
Lois Lois and
Dr Richa
.
... Men
..:! of her mother-in
OVER THE BOUNDING MAIN
A :lo-:lla of >., of i ach
Bimini Theri
them Dr and Mrs Leo Kupp with the
Aaron Eusters in their- The D gnii I
Dr and Mn Leonard Jacobaon had Ma and
Naomi Roth with them in their "Ho Beau. I>r
and Mrs Milton Jacobaon were m their boat, the
Sara Dee.' Mona and Fred I.iahte had their
son Jack with them in their new boat Jerry and
Jane Goodman were there, too. in theirs The
lus Then all of them except the Kupper-
and Eusten who came homeit isn't their vaca
tion yet w,nt on to the Bahama Islands and
through all ol those little Keys
Frjncn Lehman
Rubin-Goodman
Engagement Told
Mr and Mrs Simon E Rubin ol
6465 Pmetree Drue Circle, Miami
Beach, announci the engagement
. Ir daughter, Sandra Lynn
Donald Stevei Goodi
Mr- Philin Alman of 10920 NK
12nd i North Miami Beacb II I
the late William D G adman
The bride to-be is -
V .urn Beach High School Sh
lit) and is .
senior majoring in i lementarj edu
on at the Univera Ij ol M
ier debut al the \
in 1964
Her fiance is graduate of Nortl
Miami High School He atti i
the L'niversitj of Florida
member of Phi Epsilon
Pi si'i ial frati
lati ol 'he Univ<
' > Buainess tdministi I
\ Deci mber t eddu it pi.
Ruth 'Lynn' Tells of
Engagement To
Theodore Baida
Mr and Mr- I .'.
: 51 M I
the
r Ruth I
'
U
Bea<
The l.r.'i- elect
!' ach Senior Hull (School ai
now luatii 'i inns
in P ine at the I nis > i
of Floi:
Her fian< i
ami Senior High S
Kemper Militar) School and Jun
ior Colic ones ille, Mo and
i- graduate "f Miami I1
Junior College He is now i senior
majoring In Arehitei I i I thi
Cniverait) of Florida
No date ha- been set for the
wedding
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CALL Miss SHIRLEY, Catering Manager, FR 9-3792
Schwartz Addresses Lodge
Gerald Schwartz pa-t president
of the Miami Beach Lodge ol B'nai
B'rith, will address the men11
of the organization Tuesday noon
at the Di Lido Hotel in The Con-
tinuing Middle E
ihon Miller I- chairman of the
weekly luncheon club of the La
The St Petersburg resort
with everything...
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(Whora rooma atari at only $6*)
The Sheraton Inn at Sunshine Skyway has something
for everybody. Three swimming pools, two Don Budge
tennis courts, a marina, fishing and golf nearby. Family
Plan kids share your room free. it "\
Wonderful meals choice of ^k Wk < v
American or Polynesian.
Come visit the Sheraton
Inn soon. For Insured
Reservations at
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Mrs. Popkin Passes,
Services In Atlanta
Mi- Mona Rubin Popkin
lanta. 42. wife of Harry G Popkin,
co-owner of Blue Star i si
died Julj 8th in Hi ille
li -ci\ ices were cond i
on July 9th in Hendersonville with
Rabbi Richard bhrman off.
inn In addition to her hush
lira Popkin lift a daughter Liu
Popkin and a son Michael
also a brother. Professor Harry
Rubin, member ol the
Tech faculty now on a Pulbl
Fellowship in Not
WOULD LIKE TO MEET
LADY 50 fo 55
Good crr*>Ctf'
Have bMUl K* Komt C*il 448 ; .

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Dogoloffs
Celebrate
!50th Anniv.
Mr and Mrs David Dofoloff,
\ F. Kiih Avenue, will eel*
their Golden Wedding on
23rd with a reception at the
j i,.....: i son and daughtei In lau.
Mi : Mrs Sylvan Dogoloff, 906
I post Road, Baltimore, Md
,
\ .. ho u ill: his wifi .1. lives
[ I I dauj h
| ;. i Bernice l>"U"'oif. is
I i w hum Four
Iren and three gn at
the lesl
I Baltim.....
d in Kiev the Dogoloffs
I. I'tL'l)
I it led Ball rhej
M ami -.1 y< \q and
I [i\e workei immunal
affs Mr D 'luff i- a
ice president "i < ongi i
i i. Most l hej .ii- b
i irkers for CJA, and are
of B'nai B'lith Mrs 1>" ;o
*,-- i -> a life member of Madas
.i. l\ 23rd markj the birthda) of
leach B'nai Brith
Women at Session
. < contingent of president*
); '.In- Miami Beach Council of
Brith Women attended the
I 15 I "onvention of B'nai V. rith
kcld ii! Washington, D.C from
ft I-t t" 4th
ilhi high point of the convert
was the addic-s b) Israeli
A .i-.iilm Avram Herman
I he illow ii !'i esidcnts attend-
eil l'ic-ident. Mi- Robert
L" I'uMden! of (hai Chapter,
is Doria Laachow; Preaident ol
ii'i-dum chapter Mr- Barnard
^u-tcin. Preaident of Harmon)
haptcr. M's George Cm-hiii-
resident of Mecca bee chapter
Hems Auerbaeh; President of
btUcvall Chapter Mil Mma Click
in. President of Menorah Chapl
Mrs Bertha Weiskoff; Preai
diami Beach Chaptei Mi
. Baum.
Ites and alternate- re
.lit chapters in
d Mesdames Lead i Arkin
Vugust, John Benjamin
i Burkin Ida Cooper, Clara
1} ially I Isher \ William
Rebecca B Ooodman,
M Jarretl Mas Kern In
ai h- Louis Rolnick, Gertrude
Rose Spiro
Robert Lift, Council Preai
d Mrs Mm Kern were
i led members of the District S
Brith Women Executive
t. It/
oman s
"Wo Id
MR. and MRS. DAVID DOOOLOfF
Mrs Dogolofl in addition to her
(,oid, n u edding annh i rsai
Long Island Group
To Hoar Policewoman
\ regular monthl) meeting of
ihe ion. ciand Group organized
by Mi- Maurice E Glick, 2 Sheridan tvenue Miami Beach
will 1m' held Thursday evening,
Julv 27th. m thi Terrace Room of
Southeate Towers, fHX> West Ave.,
Miami Beach
Policewoman Mao Gilbert, 16
>ear veteran of the Cit) of Miami
Police Department, will -peak to
tin- members on "Personal Safetj
and Home Securit) A movie 1 lie
Locked Door" will al-o he shown.
Former resident- of Long Island
in invited to attend the meeting
Mr- Glick announces that pio-p, C
live, members ma> call her tor
furthei information
Cedars Auxiliary
Pledge Pacemakers
Cedai hi Lebanon Hospital Aux
' .i- launched a special sen
r 1967 88 They will
$6,000 to pun ha- two Car
di.,i I'.ii emakers for the Intensive
i l nit President Mrs Ted I ol
- Intend
to ra i funds in addition to
' i
on in | iis year the

to Ex i itive \ ice
Pre K Bronstein to m
up th ir 1967 i iei I ol
S15.0
II ol .1
Sho pita
-|. ; .
\ ear
The Gift Slum i. direi te bj
Mi- Mori Bl hi assist I i>> Mrs
l n Berman Mrs Byron Sparber
and Mr- in ne Fink Since il i is
opened in November, 1961. the
-Imp ha- been enlarged t
Some 80 sales vi ei
store, place orders for mer
chandise establUh puce-, arrange
wmdow displays, keep the books
and provide sifts for visitors and
the general public
All proceeds oi sales go to the
hospital
"Jewish Floridian
i Rabbi, Cantor
And Wives Offer
Musical Program
\ musical program was pre
sented by Kahhi and Mrs Avron
Drazin and Cantor and Mrs Wll-
lian Nil-sen before the Dora Stem
Sisterhood of the Israelite Centei
l ecently
Also recently, the Sisterhood
held a luncheon with pro-
ceed- earmarked for the Religious
School
Mr-. David Schwartz and Mrs
.lean Schindler were chairmen of
the affair, with Mrs Ruth Kat/if
in charge of ticket- Sisterhood
president i- Mr- Philip Richman
Mrs. Aaron Karr is shown conferring with stall members in
the New York oif :ce of National Council oi Jewish Women. At
the invitation of the Israeli government Council leaders ate
leaving on a special fact-finding mission to Israel to dis-
cover firsthand the ways in which NCJW's expertise in
social services and education can be utilized to make a
significant contribution in the Middle East in the crucial
days ahead. Evolving from the trip will be an important
NCIW program of assistance to Israel that will draw on
Council's past services in these areas. Mis. Fan. a national
vice-president, will be joined by Mrs. Leonard Weiner, the
National President, Miss Hannah Stein, the Executive Sec
retary. and a representative group of leaders who now hold
National positions.
Rabbi Kipper Conducts Confirmation Class
Rabbi Morris Kipper leave- this Judea are: Meal Balber, Linda
week for the S.E Institute ("amp of Bernstein, Rachel Goldenkofl Uai
the Union of American Hebrew Horovitx. Rohm Jacobs, Barbara
Congregations in Cleveland. Geor Jacobson, Nina Kemeny, Sherry
gia. to conduct Summer Confirma- Melin. and Chuck Model).
tion classes for three week- Gwen Rosen, a post confirmand,
Student- attending from Temple will he the Rabbi's assistant
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- WOMAN OF THE WEEK
Ida Handler was horn on the easl le of New York
i it} Her father and mothi im Russia, where her
list [i Ni York, be became a wall-paper
contract was one of a large family of children.
When her father died in his early
her mother determined
that all of the children should have
tlucati inespecially the
^^^^k -,ri~ >n tnj' ,ne> could oe indc-
ak sJJBP^I
V They all did. too It was when
Ida was going to Merchants and
Bankers College that she met Fer-
dinand Shoenberg, who was an in-
terpreter in Criminal Court and
who owned a drug store as well.
Ida went to the Brooklyn College
of Pharmacy receiving her de-
in 1920. after which she as-
sisted with th? pharmacy.
The Shoenbergs had two sons.
both of whom are now married
Laurence to Lillion and Richard to Ruth. Each has two
children.
After her husband died Ida became a housewife again
so she could be at home with the children It was then
she met and married Joseph Handler, but after four years
she was again widowed. Ida then became associated with
the Welfare Department of New York City where she was
pharmaceutical auditor for fifteen years before she retired
She came to Miami Beach because of arthritis. Like
a miracle, it disappeared. "But as you get older, some-
else always comes along to replace whatever illness
you manage to get rid of."' she says. She was advised to
re.-t. but she doesn't unless absolutely forced to.
Even as a child she always searched out those in
trouble, her mother always knew where to look for her.
Alter her experience in the Welfare Department she knew
how important it is for peopleespecially older onesto
know that someone cares Deciding that playing cards
con Id n't fill her days and that she wanted to be of service
n a limited way. Ida got herself involved and found
plenty to do
She h;is filled a lot of positionsamong others, she had
the title of chairman, for the J.W.V A the Asthmatic
Children's Hospital, the American Federation of Senior
Citizens, the Greater Miami Circle of the United Order
of True Si-t.r- But then are also so many other little
chores she finds to do helping with medicare, collecting
for \anous funds, etc.
But it is not necessary to list all the things that Ida
ha- done to make life happier for others. All that is neces-
ttil you that she won the Bertha Lach Memorial
Awardgiven for the first time this year The award was
lished by the West Miami Indies Auxiliary. Jewish
War Veterans at the state auxiliary convention in Holly-
P-c anted this year by Mrs. James Stern, daughter
(if Bertha Lach. it will go each >ear to the member who
nearly fulfills Bertha Lath's aim in lifethe giving
of oneself for the ultimate good of all without seeking
personal glory. In the letter sent to the judges by her
auxiliary. No 667. she was described as "Ida Handler, the
champion of all" The judges were unanimous in their de-
cision; she is. i
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Laura Sue Kaplan
Is Betrothed
Mr and Mrs Irving B Kaplan.
3630 Flamingo Drive. Miami Beach,
announce the engagement of their
daughter Laura Sue. to Dr Bichard
Levin, son of Mr and Mrs. Albert
Levin, of Iuinca-ter. Pennsylvania.
The bride-elect is a graduate of
Miami Beach Senior High School
ami BtU Is George Washington
University, in Washington D.C. A
senior, Laura Sue is specializing In
Fducation for the Lxceptional
Child.
Her nuance was graduated from
Franklin and Marshall College, in
Pennsylvania, and George Wash-
in University Medical I olli
IK- is now interning ;tt the Veteran s
Hospital m Washington, DC.
\t earl) September wedding in
New York is being planned.
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Sheila Engaged
To Joel Cohen
Mr and Mrs. Herman Kaj..n.
350 South Shore Dr.. announce the
engagement of their daughter.
Sheila Rae. to .loel Harris Cohen,
son of Mr and Mrs Moe Cohen.
of Kast Orange. New Jersey.
The bride elect graduated cum
laude from the Universit) of Mi-
ami, where she received her Bach
elor of Education degree. She is
at present an elementary school
leac her in De Kalb County. At-
lanta. Georgia.
Mr. Cohen received his Bachelor
of Arts degree from the University
of Georgia, where he studied ad-
vertising and public relations, ma
joring in journalism He is at pres-
ent traveling sales manager for
Carolyn Chenilles and Sw,*etwater
Rug Corporation of New York.
The wedding is planned for Nov.
25th at the Seville Hotel. Miami
Beach.
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MIS. RICHARD R/CHTER
Richter-Fine
The Regency Room of the Dip
lomat Hotel was the setting on
Saturday at 7:30 p.m for the mar
riage of Miss Herma Vita Fine,
daughter of Mr and Mrs Louis I.
Fine, of Miami, to Mr Richard
Arnold Richter. son of Mrs Vivi-
Friday, July 21. 1?-?
Mine Richter and the late I i.
Kichter. of Bay Harbor Islai
The bride wore a floor l<
ent gown of imported white ,
tillj lace, designed with
round neckline and long poll
hand sleeves The long turn.
.. ,,- escalloped around the
,,s was the hemline of the _
and exti tided around thi
train Her bouffant
r I- reni h
ece oi whit
. i bi ried a i
Is


l>: me Fishman Diane l;
i; iini'-. 'Hi- .
.if yellow te.i :
The groo n select4 -I In- i
- ins best
usher- were Ronald \ '
David I
km
Mr- Richter ated fr
Miami Senior High and la a ;
member of Tan Alpha I hnega
Tau Delta She graduated Floi
Colli i il Me lical Technology
, present!) affiliated with Pis*
cal ' Mr Richter is a graduate
University of Miami where
obtained degree In business
ministration and finance He il
membi r of the United states C
r Resi rves and is a n
tered representative with Bai

Marc Louis Kaplan
Bar Mitzvah Saturday
Marc loins, son of Mr and Mrs
Lawrence Kaplan, will become Bar
Mitzvah on Saturday morning at
Temple Or
olom Marc has
been a student
of Temple Or
< Horn's religious
and Hebrew
school for many
years, and will
grade at West
Miami Junior i
High School in
the fall. He is MARCKAPIAN
interested m science and mathe-
matics, is active in the Boy Scouts,
and his hobbies are Judo and coin
collecting.
The celebrant will be honored at
a Kiddush following the services
and at a reception at his home Sat-
urday evening.
Among out of town guests attend
ing the function are grandmotl
Mrs William Katzenstein, of New
Britian, Conn, and Miami, and Mrs
M I. Kaplan of New York
Jewish looking
Our grandmothers raised in th
utilized the traditional or common vegetables of lh< surround
countryside when they reached these shores, a vegetable cornu-
copia "f other varieties met then astonished eyes Did our grand-
mothers take to these at once with alacrity and so enrich their
table No! Old habits, like old soldiers do not die; they fade away.
The modern housewife ha- much to choose from She can
safeguard the health of her family and make her table much
more attractive and sharpen b> the judicious usi
wholesome and vitamin packed vegetables t<> go with the mam
dish or evi n b) itsi It in I st>
Note: In order i keep Uu green i -Ting'
and other grei I in
plent) of salted watei boiled verj ; ,ut
cover
STRING BEANS AND TOMATOES
2 lbs string beans r ol hot salted water
lb peeled and ch >|
tomato
Place the above in a pot and cook until beans ten ler Dram
and add 1 tablespoon vegetable shortening
STRING BEANS AND POTATOES
1 lb string beans
1 lb potatoes, quart* n '.
I
'J cup- hut -:i!'
shortening
Cook beans and quartered potatoes together In I
Drain Melt vegetable shortening until il a d -k brown
then saute vegetables m brown shortening
CARROTS AND POTATOES
l lb slued carrots i lb sliced pout
Boil carrot- in -alt.-tl water to COVi i hour l>efore finished
dd sliced po i that both will be n same
Drain and add generous amount oi vegetable shortening cover
with chopped parslej
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Friday. July 21. 1967
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Bloom-Shopmaker
On Sunday. July 2. at Temple
Beth Sholom, Marlenc Rap Shop-
maker became the brule of Itonald
I ,.,. Bio m, the couple taking their
ire Kabbi Ralph P. Ki:
Temple Sinai of North
The i>: i le, daughter of Mr and
Harol i Shopmaker, 345 N\v
129th Si North Miami. i> a grad
ol \ irth Miami High School
,11,1 bIso of Miami Dada Junior
i ;i She w :ll graduate in De-
Florida Atlantic I'm
vorsity In B tea Raton
n e Broom, son "i Mr and Mm
, B i m 440 NE 143rd SI .
I is a i raduate of
Sorth Miami Senior High, ami at-
i- nded M ii i Dade Junioi ..... '<
i member f the Mahi
Shr
I : her marriage, Mrs Bloom
wore formal gown <>f chantiOy
i lilk bombazine it was
i w ith acalloped Sabrina
neck nd long punt to hand
i Her sheath skirl tUo fea
lured a walloped hem line Her
I i! of illk bombazine
. ,1 with lac<- scallop* and
i lully from the ghoul-
terminating in a Chapel
Her headpiece of illusion
.i. i i in a flower, trimmed
seed pearl- Her veil of im-
: !k illusion cascaded from
ath. forming an elbow length
effect.
\:-> r a honeymoon in Mexico
i \i ipulco, Menda and Yuca-
the couple will live in North
M
ron Snow was maid of honor
3 tan Yashin, Sharon Yashin
arolyn Green as i>i idesmj Is
Gi en acted .i> best man
u.'.'i m rv Libert and the bri le
br thers, Pal Yaskin and
Ro er N kin, as ushers Judye
Haber was In charge ol the guest
bo k
Vfter a honeymoon trip to l I
maica Um couple will live in
Miami,

Turner-August
Kings B ij Countrj Club was the
- the July With wed ling
R tee August, daughter i>f
Ha rj August, 273 Shore Dnv
i Miami, and the late Harn
Mi Stewart DeMond
n Ol Mr and Mrs John
R Tun Stratford. Conn
m in Friedman perfoi m
3n m ceremon)
chose for her maid of
lean Tepper; matron ol
' Mr- Stephen MorTOM .
i -rn.r '. Doreen Hollander
fat yi *......ffrey Tur
nun for thi
included u llliam \
I men and Norman Wol
rlow
nr atten led Miami Se-
noir High School and will graduate
from the Universit) of Miami in
\ t She also attended New
"> i I .. versit)
Mr Turner received his BS
the University of Connect!-
an i ill rect Ive in- M s fr >m
the I'niversity of Miami this sum-
Hi a II be in mark on in-
PhD thh fall
ne i- th aughter of
I Miami ins, Mr and Mrs
I Br thers Baker) in 1925 Her
mati i mdn irents were Mr
las Rose Mr Rose as
Bisted with the restoration of the
handwroughl iron brought to this
country !>\ Mr Deering for the
Deering estate
A reception at the Kings Baj
Country Club followed the cere
mony, A honeymoon trip to New
En land was postponed until Sep
teml er The couple is now re-id
ins n (oral Cables
AtS. BONAID BLOOM
MRS. STIVtN GRttN
Jlicsc ^Tyrides
Mrs Hyman Goldberg, 8020 SW
Hioth PL, is a graduate ol Miami
Senior High School, attended the
Universit) of Georgia and is a cum
laude graduate of the Universit)
oi Miami
The groom son ol Mi ai d Mrs
Ned Yaskin, 9240 s\\ 60 Ct.. is a
-i aduate ol Coi ,i i. ble- Senior
Hi. h, attended Mi.ion Da le Junior
College and ntlj a senior
- tool
oi \r< h ti
'i h bri li i'. isi length
iw n oi satii
an.I red alem
nt-to sleeves I!
vide train ol pi a d soie and
e was held tl ice applique
\ -' 'l pearl pillbox hi Id the
- : n [ei I p sill Uusion <
The bride ca ied a iquet ol
whil orchids on her i onfirmation
Mil.!.
Niven-Mandel
nit Jul) ISth at 8 p m Mary
Mai and John Niven M i
united in marri igc by Rabbi Sa li
Nahmias and Rabbi How Rosen-
cwaig at the Funtaincbleau Hotel
The bride, daughter of Mr. and
Mr- Her-/ Mandel, 1601 Ba) Rd .
Miami loach, was attended by
Cora Ni\-"! and Ruth Bei.ir with
bridesmaids Hilda Hellblum. Sara
Rabinovich, Josefina Perez and
Bellita Eelonker,
Aaron Mandel was besl man and
ushers included Luis Stabinski,
Elias and Julio Mitrani, and Teddy
Chyzick.
Mrs Niven L'raduated from Mi-
ami Beach High School and also
< 'hai ron Williams Commer
1 .:: ge The .room is a pre-
med student at the Universit) ol
Miami and is in ins senior year
Following a reception at
Fontainebleau, the couple left for
a honeymoon in New York I 1
I ia and upon their return will
be at home at 1601 Ba) Rd Mi
ami Beach
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Mirs. srrwAr TURNER
Green Gelb
Joan Ellen Gelb, daughter of
Mr and Mrs William Gelb of De
troit, and Steven Neal Green son
of Dr and Mrs Henry Green of
Coral Gables, Florida, were mar-
ried in a formal ceremony .it Tarn
O-Shanter Country Club, Detroit,
on Jul) 15th,
The bride wore an empire prin-
cess A line gown of white silk
peau le embroidered withim-
ported jeweled alencon lace The
gown w.is styled with a sabrina
neckline and short sleeves \ deep
Insert of jeweled lace adorned the
wattcau-attached train thai swept
to chapel length All open circlet
of white siik peau de soie and
jeweled hue clusters held the bouf-
fant veil oi imported .-ilk illusion
She carried a French bouquet of
i \ > phalaenopsis and baby's
breath.
Deborah Green, sister of the
groom, was maid of honor Brides
maid- were Carol Citron, Mr-
Sheldon Watnick, Judy Eisenberg,
and Carol Brook of Chicago The
bridesmaids wore -oft yellow silk
crepe.
I)r Lawrence Gelb, brother of
the bride, served as best man
V(?S. MKHAU YASKIN
Ushers were Ronald Saliman of
Denvei Elliol Zai k and Jan Fa
her of Miami, and Sel ten Skelly
V.vr a Jamaica and Miami
eymoon the couple will reside
in Detroit until completion of the
groom's edui ation
Yaskin-Goldberg
Shirley Goldberg became the
hr.de of Michael Warren Yaskin
Sunday. Jul) 16 at Temple Judea
Rabbi Morn- A Kipper officiated
in the double ring ceremony.
The bride, daughter of Mr. and
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M Flo ence Bain 11*11 SMI
37Ui \ve ', Miami announces the
birth >i a granddaughter, Marti
to her daughter and
.,,n i law Bo mi and Lawrence
q Ki l ir Dr Cin
iai Ohio Marci Kaj i
all, who -
old.
re Mi
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Exp i ,;~
|i Steve, hoi,l

logel Tad
aughter B
to Mont.
\. Expo th<
Cypens, in a rented station
wagon, did i sightseeing in
Quebec Citj and from there
toured 'he New England States,
winding up in New York Citj
Staying a1 the New Vork Hilton
ik in the lati
-hows and movies, leaving by
plane lor Miami on Julj 8th
While driving through New En
gland the Cypens visited several
colleges as son Wayne now 16.
will be a senior next year at Miami
Beach Senior High and colh g<
looms large in the not too distant
future Some ol the campuses
visited were Colby in Water
ville, Maine. Dartmouth. Brandeis.
Harvard, Tufts, Brown and Yale
Daughter Bonnie. 19. will he
a Junior next year at Emerson
College in Boston, while brother
Stevi 23. enters his Senior year
in Law School at the University of
Mian.i I'pon arriving at
horn* -base the elder Cypens left
the children at home and slipped
awaj to 1-lamorada for a few
days complete rest and relaxa-
tion return to a
desk piled high wiih the accumu
lation oi j month's vacation
chans, Claire and Ar-
.i stopover for
.ml the Large Cities
Fed< ration n n New York.
i three weeks'
g n lii oun-
tnes Mr Rosiehan Is ex
ecul of the Greater
M ai ii J ish Federation
\ h 'mi. Green ol the
A K Green Advertising Agency,
spending two weeks in 1-iacl
as ii. .i the Zionist Organi-
lation ol America Their iti-
nerary include- visits to Tel
Am Haifa Galilee and J >ru
-.tlelll
*
Mm i ... and Diane Rubin 2111
NE 208th St., North Miami
Beai I in back from a week in
Hex co i itj and Acapulco In
Mexico City they stayed for a
t oup e ll the Milton, then
twitched to the Maria Isabella
Saturda) the 15th was son Mai
fourth birthda) Number one gift
froni doting grandparents Leu
and Hoi Zilbert of North B ly
Island, was Welsh pony, black
and with a white star In the
f its forehi
ard A Sirkin and P
\> eil both Mi.i and
I.... \|< | .-.,1, a sei >.;.email on
. decided on a trip as 'heir
umiM r \ acation Sirkin
ed up the idea setoral moi I
. ne-daj summer yen
. 'i .. 11.i e Miami men- I
m ha vi
. Florida be) aters,
left Sui on a 2,0X10 mile
.,,, be
Iwi i ami and Montreal's
Isabel Grove is vacation-
ing in Europe. Her column
will be resumed upon her
return.
Expo '81
The excursion, in a 20-foot Co-
rboat. W ill take the
Floridians along the Eastern sea-
ne, up the Hudson
Lake Cham plain and
on the si i .... rence to
I he site ol thi b I position in
Cana'da
he is
bis wife,
e.....e \ enture,
ter lengthy p
* *
* Cypen, 1500 Baj R
lint Fa
ther's Day>and birthdaj celebra
tion his 84th! I at J
Harrj Bi n and Judge In-
o and daughu i Mrs
Alan Bettj Rothstein, i.....
ed their lather with a color tele
vision set Present were the
Harrj Cypens with daughter,
Maacia: the Ben Cypens with
son, Stuart and daughter, Beverlj
and the Judge and Hazel with sons
Steve, Wayne. Tad and Miles,
and daughter Bonnie, Daught-
ers Mai la and Tammy accompan-
ied Mrs. Alan Rothstein. Also
joining In the festivities were
Mrs Lylion Abramson and Mrs
and Mrs Max Cypen
Newly elected officers of the Louise Wise
Chapter, Florida Women's Division. Ameri-
can Jewish Congress, are shown at the re-
cent Annual Election Meeting. Seated left
to right: Mrs. Isabelle Slavitt. Recording
Secretary; Mrs. Joseph Albuguerque. Re-
presentative to the Division Board; Mrs.
Louis Cohen. Membership Vice President,
Mrs. Gertrude Mcqul. Corresponding Secre
tary; Standing left to right: Mrs Samuel Hetc
er. Fund Raising Vice President; Mrs. Hose
Roth, Financial Secretary; Mrs. lsadore
Baum, Treasurer Mrs. Eva Blum Newly
elected President; Mrs Joseph White, Pro-
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>k h 1st tkt idliair,
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Finances Arab Arms
WASHINGTON fJTA)- Twtl
oney before the House Banking
, ommlttee disclosed thai huge
seeret teens had been given bj ih<
United States Export Import Hank
i finance arms purchases b> thi
b states
Witnesses from the Hank and
..in ilie State Department were
uestioned bj the committee li
attempt '<> elict 'he details of the
-.. called < 'ountrj X loins thai
,i pa) for the Arab miliUr
uildup Witnesses said some fond
.M-ic also made available I I
.li nis purchases
The purpose ol the bank i- .
.-.uiMr:^ cii loans in facilitate
\mcncan exports Yet 'he ,
. today disclosed thai aln
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Friday, July 21, 1967
A Land That Loves Them
By: ELI B. GREENE
I '
I ii
.
i
is '
i- in d to tin
The Jem havi been I
and the jetsam i'(l1'
|
i about the |
another.
hugg tneir
i exchanginj the

i alisi
Who v
wild* si earns that the crii
ol the Euroi tto would
nsi and face the world as Davids
:hat
After a
resurgence of the Maccabean
i aiii risen The calami-
i thai had befallen them end
j was like purging ol the
rit, which inevitablj liad to as
strengthen itsell Tbi j
disappearing from the fate of
h disaster brought
ether, until a na-
i of Jews was formed The "Land
, Israel.' the dream of centuries
er a dream but a proud
i lity
The "Lion of Judea" still lives
i thi hearts of these people. Cou-
i ge has never been lacking in
ir the) have always had
i courage to die as Jews But the
( irage to prol -!. even a
t arful i) ids. has again been re
red to them. These peopli have
ertaken to regain their lost
i and to buil
i
dgei Ian
I.
i
I
froi ery wall
i
thai threal

ities
t. a nd w ith 11
all I
i and ol n i

i ce. theii
i I
l
i
I

t
content I
lands w I
:
I
1
I
....
'I ol
I I
U at
tlj
ing

i
;-
hun-
.
States
' stian \
Jewi,
Jews ecei
i

their
et the eyes It
,, look "i |
Tht I

thai
s beat
n had in
this spiritual power that 1
(her thi ildrei I I
n Iful forces that
hav e beer applied I thi '
shaken their faith or destroyed
cohesive influence that bind* them
cohesivness that has
made ol Israel, a Nation reeply re-
apet ted
Now. the American Jew. by the
remote association of his dollar-. sy8tem is presently spotted through
tax deductble. to Israel, presumes ju( wlln Birchists and hate n
D has bro
thi -
roups.
-. n is atr i
. .<. An erii are
\.
faithl its principles, there
tho :: our Amei.i n
ml i jo) rully shed Jew ish
I The 'THUNDEBOLT a
hate newspapi
physcia destruction
Jews In the United Stati This
spaper i- forwarded ihr>
.he I nited States mail, and in -
of numerous protests, cont'i i
do -o We must however give credit
o l anada, who has refused to
permit this rag passage through
it's postal service Our politica'
to share m the new found dignit)
and pride in the creation ol
d Jewish homeland \\ bile
we may not depreciate the impor-
tance of financial aid to the
ol Israel, we find lew Jewish
parent.- who encourage the migra
lion of their children to Israel This,
historically ha- been the road pre-
viously followed b) affluent Jewish
societies in other lands socie-
ties that provided the abominable
Hitler and others of his ilk with
( rs and their strength is .
The introduction of an "S -
system through private police
ncies representing ivern-
mental bodies is obviously ap
pan nt, ai d you will not. that
i are the tools of
certain ies ol l ll Cted iffii
wh i are stronglj affiliated with
wing movements
American Jewry has lulled it-
into a false sense ol security.
the living bodies of Jewish millions, -ami may God grant l be wi
whom they vented their in but we
. that is nut too far in the future
aane n
The Americ in J< wish ana i b; i
trati who occupy soft cushion-
ed seats ii Vmi i i i trongly
their lies to [si .. I is Ihi re
'1 he Jews as a whole have 111
a de< I pulation
in Mate- that have given them
inci In
e their i ance is t..
until such tune thai I
nded of theii
thi' exisl
linj
the
srael.
..,:: '
e of I
Hebri
: .. i the la
. \ra'>
and may -
I. Israel i thi h j

irs.
el ha- weii omed 11 i
I Jews
II to
ne com) t a
ssons on earth i t is w
iperi
,er ha\ ii
a her.
evei en to ilu
it my inl
i
ever, th >Ul ol Ihe

u
Morris Kauffman (left) receives an award 'for dedicated
service" from Arthur S. Rosichan (second from left, executive
director of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation. Kauffman was
honored by his fellow members of the Workment's Circle,
of Greater Miami "for his tireless efforts as a volunteer worker
for the 1967 Combined Jewish Appeal." Joining Kauffman
end Rosichan for the presentation are Sender Kaplan, (sec-
ond from right) former Consul from Israel to Cuba, and Max
Gleiberman, (right) Secretary of the Workmen's Circle, South-
ern District.
Left to right are (standing- Rabbi Meyet Abiamowrti. ch
man ol the executive board; Joseph C< lent. Jewish
National Fund of Greater Miami, a t W. Kogan at re-
cent iontainebleau function m behali oi Israel.
Bonn Nationalist Party Represents More
Than Lunatic Fringe, Says Rabbi Prim
! and or etl
Such ei is I
i ei ntei
natioi hen
pn -.

I
m
the
them

-
Of PCI '':,
By Special Report
NEW YORK A lead Amer-
ican rabbi said I 'he Na
tional Democratic party NDPI in
West Germai represents nvii
tions shared m i j I rn
just a lui .'I ic I i
list n ini di
..;.-: .1 s rei
show ol in Bava ia
year
In an ai tide in I issui
i| I ook Rabbi .' u him
Prim, nt \i uark. N .' i poi te
nent in J ish in lust
on his n cent facl finding tour
sored by the \" rii an Jewi-h
Dr. Prim, expelled from his
native Germany by the Gestapo
in 1937, returned in an attempt
th'ouqh dia'ogiie '"d interview
to plurrb West Gorman *'tifud.s
toward Jew*. W* spoke with >'u-
dents, officials, and others in-
cluding novelist Gunter Grass.
I do correct I

t Ii
'
.
;i ph

ei ii
.. hal '
I
I
m to
say that ithe NDP is neo Ma
Lbe R
., movemei I w Ith
but with an
. ttuned to
ns That makes it much
rous becausi if the
meni ild n pi i1
I
\ is racisi i I '
.....en
i main theii I
mic ills,
he poinl
Dr Prim called the NPD it I
Some of its con>
ii m ideh shai i
, .,!,. "Hi
hat if
' Gei
>.
.....
Ii' li
..... : a distil
to '' '
lor the Jewish pi
in our ow n i
minds ol reat n

d from ,;
i
I I
: fetched I re
diculous, have seen fit
. ,,. i, ., | e| isti
to

Not too long ago, i verj |
Egypt Shows No Desire
To Repatriate Prisoners
JERUSALEM .11 A 1
has indicated no desire to secure
the repatriation of the B 000 I
dan prisoners ol war now m Israeli
ham: G > Chaim Hi rzog, the K<>l
Israel militarj commentator, re
ted Among the priaonen are
four generals.
He -aid that Nasser did not want
the priaonen back because they
knew the iruth about the Egyptian
military debacle which Nasser ha-
attempted to conceal from his peo-
ple and would spread the informa
tion.

Tamer Bank
N~tips SchusH
h
'
K. \ he
i
A i
".
Sell
D.
B B rith,

d the \
i
'
n
hich
the
vasl : ,
.1 I \
Federation Cites local Answering Service Official
Bi tte P. nn. y. a local I
has 1
s Rosii nan I |< ration
N
Ihe womai
1 when ii i
member agencii w. re do
Learning of the young la y's distress, Miss Dnny anW her
team of operators at Answerite. Inc.. set about contacting
directors of the appropriate member agencies at their homes.
In an. more than f.n.r hours oi constant tetophoaJnfl *as
' "'" "' ch the officials, n om wen- iwaj atl
Passo^ er sen ii i -
As a result, the directors were notified of the lituatii n and
special arrangemenU were made through the Hebrew Free Burial
Societ} and (iordon Funeral Home,
Expresaini appreciation on behalf of the Federation. Roskhan
thanked IfiSI Denny and her operators describing then
as well beyond the call of ordinarv dul\


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