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The Jewish Floridian ( July 28, 1967 )

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"(Jewish Floridian
Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY
V >lume 40 Number 30
Miami, Florida, Friday, August 4, 1967
Two Sections Prirp 20 d
RACE RIOTS
Detroit Jewish
Property Losses
Staggering Sum
Cabinet Weighs Action
To Meet Arab Threat
DETROIT (JTA) Jewish
property losses in the racial rioting
fTi.it devastated sections of Detroit
tins week were put at S50.ooo.ooo
nut of total losses that may be more
than half a billion dollars.
A wholesaler serving the 12th
Street downtown area, once a ma
joi Jewish area, said that HO Jewish
merchants whom he supplied had
been wiped out, then- stores gutted
and their stocks stolen. None of
the loss was covered t>> insurance
because underwriters have refused
co erage in the area.
The disturbances reached some
ol Detroit's finest shopping areas
in other parts of the cit> as well
line of the city's largest and most
populai mush stores Grinnell's
which was Jewish-owned, was gut
ted ami a- stocks of television and
radio set- and musical instruments
looted
Observers stressed the absence
of any manifestation of anti-
Semitism throughout the dis-
orders. Detroit authorities large-
ly discounted the protest nature
of the disturbances, citing the
fact that many Negro civil rights
leaders actively tried to quiet the
rioters, and claimed that the dis-
orders were "lawlessness and
hoodlumism."
it was pointed out that in some
districts the bands ol looters were
Integrated' with white and Ne
Continued on Page 3-A
Stalin Flareup On Proposal
For Jews Is (Jouse Of Death

DETROIT fJTA) Joseph
Stalin died 14, yeOTS IgO Ol I
caused when the Politburo oppo
id his proposal that all Russian
Jews be expelled to Siberia the
Detroit New- reported this week
from Washington
it atti ibuted the information to a
secret State Department report
I he News claimed the report
came from a Soviet defector who re
reived the information from Anas
tas Mikoyan, who witnessed Stalin's
death cording to the report
Mikoyan was Fust Deput) Prime
Minister
The story alleged that Stalin
called i secret Politburo meeting
to announce a campaign against
the .lews He said measures should
be taken to deport lews en masse
to Biro liidjan in Siberia Stalin
was quoted as (tying the Jews
will be kept bermetrically isolated
there The) never will be aide to
come "'.it kfilkoyan is said to have
objected saying the Communist
movement abroad would lose sup
port and Stalin would he continu
ing Hitler's policies Lasar Kagano-
vich, only Jewish member of the
I'ohtbuio and Stalin's brother-in
m
law, lore up his partj card
u he pieces in Stalm s faci
said the News
The report said that Stalin then
'uined putple with rage Mikoyan
reportedl> told Stalin the Red Army
told to encircle the Krem
im if the Politburo members did
not leave within an hour after
entering The story said that stalm
then ordered Lavrenti Hena. se
crel police chief, to arrest "all th
scum here licria refused and an
nounced his support ol Mikoyan
i rose from his chair accord
i- g to the account, began scream
ing incoherently and fell uncon
scions An hour later, physicians
pronounced him dead
/ > (hapull Stomp
l N1TED NATIONS N Y (JTA1
The United Nations will issue a
series A sis pottage stamps com-
memorating the aoth birthday ut
Marc I hagali, the Jewish artist
Bach of the stamps will reproduce
one section of the stained glass
window at the I'nited Nations head
quarters executed by Chagall in
mentor) of Dag Hammarskjold, the
late Secretary-General
JERUSALEM fJTA) A briel
communique announcing that "po
litical and SeCUlit) matters hac
been discussed was issued here on .
Monday, following the third meet
ing of the Israel Cabinet in 24!
hours Despite official reticence, it
was understood that the Cabinet
sessions had been devoted large!)
to conditions in the occupied areas
including lony term planning as
well as measures to counter rising
opposition among 'he Arabs.
The arrest o, four Arab notable-
in the day night was believed to be a
direct Consequence of the Cabinet
discussions The four, accused of
subversive activities against the
State of Israel, were arrested after
midnight, given time to dress and
pack belongings and taken into de-
tention pending their assignment
to lodgings in outlying villages
under police supen ision.
The identit) of the four men was
not disclosed but the West Bank
military commander -aid the) wen
not members of the Moslem cl i
The) are believed to tie the men
who signed a petition calling on
l-i ael to (put the Old City of Jeru
-alem and the West Lank ti i ri
toi \
It wa- learned that five Vrab
fessional unions the doctors.
harmacists, dentist-, lawyers and
ngineers had sent a declaration
o the Kadi the Moslem religious
eader in 'he Old City, approving
r- oppo ition to the Israelis on the
eunification of Jerusalem ami his
lemand 'hat the Old City remain
in integral part ol the West Hank
Eshkol Warns Dissident Arabs
Prime Minister Levi Eshkol Mon-
l.i night r...u\v note of the mount
ng Arab opposition and warned
Vrabs in occupied area.- r,"t to
nterfere with the normal life of
the areas and not to compel Is-
rael "to show its strength
Mr. Eshkol said Israel will re-
main in the occupied Jordanian,
Syrian and Egyptian areas until
peace agreement are signed with
ths Arab states, and will keep in
thoso *'p*s all the troops needed
to maintain order.
The Premier's statement was
le on the Israeli radio during
, pi : in iven over to inquiries
telephoned l>> listeners Mr K-h
kol was also asked about the situa
he Arab refuget He re
pl'.i .1 that Israel COUld not solve
tin- refugee problem unilaten
hut would contribute know how
planning and even money,' once
an international solution of the
Continued on Page 6-A
Israel Balks At
Gen. Bull Proposal
JERUSALEM (JTA] Israeli
sources indicated Monday that I-
rael probably would not be able to
go along with a compromise pro-
.,! ofiered by I t Gen odd Bull.
Secretary General I Thanl repre
sentative for cease fire affairs, for
determination of the cease-fire line
between Egypt and Israel.
(ien. Bull originally had asked
li o t h countries for signed maps
showing the line- they held Israel
complied but Egypt refused. The
C N official then suggested that a
line down the middle of the Sue/
Canal be considered the ceasefire
line The Egyptians refused that,
too
Now Gen. Bull has suggested
that both sides should hand over
to the U.N. observers their ver-
sions of the cease-fire line and
the U.N. observers would then
determine which version was cor-
rect. The Israeli position has
been, however, that the cease-
fire line must be mutually agreed
upon and the demarcation lines
accepted by both sides without a
third party acting as arbiter.
Israel reportedly gave Gen Bull
to understand that Israel would
agree to another proposal he had
made that both Israel and Egypt
refrain for one month from sailing
their vessels in the Sue/ ( anal
Gen Bull has been told that Israel
would accept either of two condi
tions that both sides have the use
of the canal or neither
RESOLUTION CALLS FOR ARMS BALANCE
Forczyner lie-Elected President Of ZOA
JERUSALEM IWNS) The
Zionist Organization of America
'included its 70th jubilee coin en
tion with the re election of Jacques
Toroyner of New York to the pies
idency ami adoption of a scries of
"solutions, among them one call
Ing on the I'nited States govern
menl to restore the arms balances
in the Middle East
Highlighting the closing dinner
session of the convention at Tel
Aviv was presentation of the ZOA
Theodor Honl Award to Prost-
dent Zalman Shaier.
The resolution on the arms situ
at ion said it was "rapidly deterior-
ating in tavor ol the Arabs through
the inflow of large qualities of
Russian arms
In another resolution the con
vention termed direct Arab Israel
negotiations a-s "the only means
toward a lasting peace '
Apropos Jewish immigration to
Israel, the parley recorded hope
that the government of Israel
would make all facilities avail-
able to American immigrants
and investors.
The convention also voiced con
Corn over the Jewish situation in
the Soviet Inion and called on the
Soviet government to grant its
Jewish nationals the same rithts
given to other minorities in the
country
Addressing one of the conven
tion sessions. Brigadier Eta* Wei*
U.S. UNDECIDED
Rusk Sa ys
Arms Sale
Peace Link
WASHINGTON JTA) Sec-
retary of State Dean Rusk, in i
television interview, said that n >
decisions had been taken on sal*
ol arms to Israel, and that the A I
ministration now sees this matte
i- part of the general stabili/j
ion of peace in that area" He
that the President had pressi I
or limitation of arms shipmet
o the Middle Fast Then wa- i
oroblem, he -aid if outside sources
shipped arms to the region, pom"
ing out that munition- received '
pi Syria and Algeria crei
.i problem not only for Israel
'the! Al ah countries
Mr. Rusk indicated that the
question of arms for Israel has
been kept under study and has
not moved forward from its
status of about two weeks age
when it became known that the
issue was being examined. His
implication that the supply o
arms to Israel was now tied tc
the question of regional peace
was the first hint that the Ad
ministration is using the supply
of war materiel as a lever ir
efforts to produce a settlement
Commenting on the Soviet -hip
ment of arms to Egypt Mr Rusk
said he did not think it was iea- in
able to expect that the situation
would have been left where it wa-
at the termination of hostilities,
when the Egyptian air force had
been decimated He said some i >'
supply was to be expected But he
admitted that it wa- undesirable
that the resupply he built up to .
point where a new set of tensions
and a "new round of hostilities
imthl result
The Secretary said he did not
"attach too much military signifi-
cance" to the presence of Soviet
naval ships in Egyptian ports. He
said the situation would be care-
fully watched, but he pointed out
Continued on Page 6-A
tnann told the more than 1.000
delegates that Israel s strategic po
sition was never as good as it is
today" and that "no Arab arm)
in the foreseeable future could
manage to expel Israel from it-
present positions The only major
drawback in our present situa
tion, he added, is the lack of
large scale Jewish immigration
from the Western world a situa
tion which must find an earl) so
lution.
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Miami, Fla
Creation Date:
July 28, 1967

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Jewish newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
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Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre:
newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage:
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).
General Note:
Editor: Fred K. Shochet, <1959>.
General Note:
Description based on: Vol. 5, no. 47 (Nov. 25, 1932).

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University of Florida
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Full Text
eJewish Floridian
Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY
n
Number 29
M.ami Florida Friday. July 28. 1967
\ ns I <
/
illon Says Need
For Industries
Is War Lesson
tl SALEM (JTA Brig Yigal of immigrants from the West
Allor the Israel Minister oi Labor, Rabbi Simon Greenberg, vice-
that Israel has to create new chancellor of the Jewish Theologi-
industries to meet her re cat Seminar) ol America, said that
quirements for military goods and Israel's image 'as .i horn.' for the
make her independent of foreign ... .-, |" mould be changed so
i 'hat Aoierii bus v< il '. "view lsra< :
tddres the 70th jubilee ton as a challenge to the creative and
: the Zionist ionary" impulses of ;iil Jews
f/rlfRCfAfCY SESSION FAILS
Arab-Israeli
Dispute To
Security Body
ABBA[BAN
ennericun arms kill
ol Amei ica, the onetime Isi ae
-.iif said Israel could nol
iurces for supplies
--, ".ii.il in emergi ncli Thai h<
said, was one of the "bitter le
we must derive from our sis
w;n The referei ci as to thi em
|. I down by Frani
had i> "! Israel's principal source
for ii-i!:i:ir> supplies
it is m cessai y no Gen Ulon
Israel to n ansform her
basic industries to make her in
' of forei ,n sourc s for
.;>i>]i-^ We must atta
where we are indepei
in tl plies
i i i Uli n call
their in\< -tin.
it had
last moi
i
lo face m
I
I for m w i '
I .... it 'ac lai k
Ii
1_, .. I e wish
ition .ui'!
. p he convi
,. \ ni accorded immi
the "utmost
the
ind 20 i"x fj milies ii th
Israel Disapproves
Arms Aid To Jordan
UNITED NATIONS, N V IJTA)
The special emergencj session
of the United Nations General As
scmbly confessed defeat last we k
end ami returned tin- Mi Idli East
question to the Securitj Council
with the request that the Council
consider "the tense situation in the
Middle East" as a matter of ur-
gene) An almo-t complete reversal
of position by the Soviet Union
which tried to gel Aral) agreement
to n substantive resolution linking
WASHINGTON '<\ Foreign asked about report- of some di
VI stei Vbba S Eban of Israel illusionment in Israel over the de- withdrawal of Israeli forces to thi
ndicated in a television interview gree ol American support during pro-June 5th line with Aral) recog
carried b) the American Broad- the period of intense crisis last Maj
i Hi p n< twork that Israel
ii- to the Americai
to Jordan
Authoritative souices in Wash-
ington confirmed last weekend
that the Administrat.on is study-
:rq tSp question of sellini arms
to Israel in view of the massive
Soviet shipments to some of the
Arab states, but stressed that the
main Aneriean concern was not
about Israel but for the "pro-
Western" statesJordan, Saudi
Arabia, Morocco and Tunisi.v
The State D-partment, it was re-
ported, has recommended that
the United St.Mes send new arms
to these nations to balance the
How of Soviet arms to Egypt,
Iraq and Syria.
He -.I'd that when Israel tried to
pport it could
: in a c onfrontation, I
neoessarj to tell my col-
i tl i i tit Israi
; .
. ),- |
\ t that v
expect
Continued on Pacie 2 A
Recognizes State
Rumania ;\o/
To Aid New
Arab Attempt
LONDON J1 \ In a m
.. -,-,. u.,(,. n .,, foreign policy speech be!
lhal the resolution "tei ily" Rumanian National Assembly
adiournin the session was a "la da) N'ciolae Ceausescu, the R
'' ,! f !hl' Arah manian Comn unisl Part) C!

i ii prosi lonl f the i pral As- that Run n the exisi
' e ol Ihe Stat. I Israi
neces ii ii
irt vrab
mtion of Israel's existence faile l

Continued on Page 3-A
Defense Minister Reports
On Talks With Gen. Bull
Mr Eban, in
n \i ':.- He the
ror skill* '"."'
If on and
,f incentives belni offered "''" '" raeli
skilled and professional immi-
Several speakers, Ameri
!Z 'coiS't ^SievS I
ar Hi- said that Israel had
till out that arms have often
been given to Arab states for oni
if their organization were consulted
in preparation for the absorption
arms to .Ionian would certainly not n,. ttas to confer on cease-fire ar-
,.- directed against Israel because rangement> Wlth KKvpnan author-
Jordan, at that time, had a nioder
Poll Endoram
Present Posts
TEL AVIV {JTA) Israelis
polled liy the Institute ol
Public Opinion of Israel behalf of Ha.net/. Tel Aviv
1 ,ii\ newspaper have en
ted Prime Minister Lavi
Eshk a. l oreign Miniatei
< ), Eban and Defense Min
itei Moahc Dayan as ln< am
bents for their present eabi
net posts, according to the
Its of the stirses p i>
I.shed by Haaret/ this A.sek
tmong th.- 1,800 respond
ents, 4" par canl voted for
Mr l-'.-hkol for premier i "'"
pared with 1. per cent I oi
Gen. Dayan Mr, Fban was
endorsed t 82 per cent, and
Dayan was endorsed as
Defense Minister by 81 per
cent Former Prime Minister
David Hen Guriofl received
1 p. r Cant of the votes for
the position of Prime Min-
ister,
ite aspect The fact is." he pointed
out "that arms given to Jordan.
despite the will and intention of
the donors, were direeted against
. i ii i national problems, due to the ao-
Israel and our peop c were k lied ,K ... .. .. i ...:
by the do/ens and wounded by the
hundreds by Jordanian tanks i
think this has to he borne in mind "
The Israeli Foreign Minister was
l;"in;. nil is th< ::
I
'
lion th Israel last
-.:.-
' I '
.- (ieneral \--< i -
men! on ,i ri -
v o iid commit the Vi
ognition of Israi nee
The Rumanian Communist
leader said that while Rumania
had always manifested friend-
ship for the Arabs, "we wish to
tell our Arab friends that we do
not understand and do not share
the position of those circles who
speak in fvaor of the liquidation
of the State of Israel."
He added "We do not wish to
give advue to anybody, but the
lessons of history show that no
people can achieve their national
and social aspirations against the
right of existence of another pro
The Cabinet approved appoint pie" He made it clear that Ru-
Eshkol and Foreign Minister Abba ment of l>r Zvi Dinstein as Deputy mania would continue to pursue a
Eban Ml Eshkol was recovering Minister of Finance He bad been policy of friendship towards Israe
from an attack of influenza and Deput) Minister of Defense when and would not adhere to the anti
Mr Khan was enroute home from Mr Eshkol held that portfolio
JERl'SALEM iJTAl Defense N'e York The Cabinet will hold a
Minister M- -he Di ......rted to session later this week
intentions. Jordan had used Amer the weeklj meeting of the Cabinet which Mr. Eshkol and Mr Eban
,!"' Sunday on his discussions with Lt. are both expected to attend.
Gen Odd Bull, chief of the United
Nations cease-fire observer learn.
The Cabinet approved a bill au
,i two year income tax ex
emption for persons donating funds
recalled. "It was >;,,,| ihat giving Hulls departure for Cairo, where t0 a u,|)er ,-f cause- the Jewish
National Fund, the Keren Hayesod.
financial arm of the World Zionist
Organization; Uk- Moahe Sharett
Fund for Cancer Research, and
Hadassah. The exemption will ap
ply to 30 per cent of the donation.
ities
The Cabinet, however, did not
discuss major political and inter-
seine of hoth Prime Minister I.evi
i-r ni line advanced b> Mi
AT 70th JUBILEE CONVENTION IN JERUSALEM
Eshkol Lauds American People At ZOA
.IKKI'SAI.KM (WNS) Premier
Eshkol, addressing the open
iiik session of the 70th jubilee eon
ventlon of the Zionist Organisa-
tion of America, paid tribute to the
aliant and moral stand of the
American people, headed bj Presi
.lent Johnson
Declaring that the United states
"understood that it must act accord
ing 10 the t-nels ol international
morality' and henca did "all In its
observed that Israel today needs
people more than money.
Dealing with the current situa
Ihe Premier told the more than people. ir.>\ its completi Identifies
l.ooo American Zionists that these tion with embattled Israel In this
efforts were the manifestation of crisis, he went on. the Jewish
the finest traditions of American people 'discovered again, without
democracy, of the true, courageous an) doubt, that Israel is the core on and the future the Premie.
will of all sections of the American of Jewish existence and there is no pointed out that the Arab states
people "Therefore, he continued, substitute for it" Simultaneous!) and their allies wen- bent on e\
the United States and its people he warned that Israel faced a plotting all possible political means
deserve the tribute of all lovers "prolonged, difficult and arduous to restore to the Middle Fast the
of justice, libert) and peace the struggle In the days ahead dangerous status oi pie war days.
world over" Mr Eshkol said 'Oui efforts I
Declaring that the war and fo]| ,ms wl b(1 prolonged, diffl
At the same time the Premier victory had opened up new cll|, a|)d a!auou, in ,h,s struggl
vistas, a new chapter, in the "hit-
power to prevent aggression and paid tribute to the "unique and
advance peace In the Middle Fast.' wonderful unity of the Jewish tory of our people. Mr. Eshkol
Continued on Page 6-A


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Friday, July 29, 1957
rjcnist Itcrktaari
Poge 3-A
1
General Assembly
Returns Dispute To
Security Council
Continued from Pag 1-A
.-, known the Assem
. ba< k in seas as a for
,,ii for .inn Israel demi nstrationa
j- it was during the pas( five we iks
Council meeting was scheduled
the immediate future
I he adjournment resolution had
e support <>f the Soviet Union
fter n had become clear t h;t all
, tempts at a substantive resolu-
[ion had failed Foreign Minister
ndrei Oromyko of the USSR cas-
sated the United States after the
r what li- ca led Washing
spirit of hostility" tow irds
., \i.ii- and its support of Israel
plied that the Russian knew
in this
thi United Stat
a
of the which the
could
i that Soviet
:manu-EI School
Registration Open
on .- '
pil ,!.i\ kit Temple
tma i-Ill's S ;"
ay School, i N
of, |: n isor of th
pr, school departn
:n. i yea
op i" ho w ill
ha
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to
eh: :o five
I hoi will be
he! Ni>n
77t -in..:-. Vvi
a hew buildin | al 1701 V
Avi '',| for com-
plot II
1
Se' '' ,r5
Iflilr* 1 thi
Irving
I Silver .nan. i
I ys Al
r
Premi r Meksei Kosygin had told
the Assembly on June 19 that
i .11 people enjoys the i ight to
iblish an independent national
ol its own in Mr Gold-
tatemenl had
placed the Soviet Union in ;i posi
tion of conceding that the Arab
itates should acknowledge Israel's
in exist ai an independent
-at,
Foreign Minister Abba s Eban
nf Israel told th-- Assembly after
the voteon which the Israeli dele-
on had abstainedthat Israel
stoo i read) now to negotiate a
.....ttlement with the Arab
tea In the course ol I -i > li Vrab
ins, he declared,
all parties would be "free to pre-
ny claii
... in an effort to n
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Loans
WASHINGTON tJTA) Chair
man Stuart s> mil the Near
oi the
ate Foreign Relations Committee
an used the Adm inistral ion ol us
- of backdoor financing"
to ship arm- to Arabs and others
wtihout the knowledge and consent
ol Congress The Missouri Demo
crat, former Secretary "f the Air
Force, criticized the "Country X"
loans male by the U.S. Export-
Import Dank to finance arms pur-
chased largelj by the Arab states
He said he doubted that a single
senator knew of the arms financ-
ing program initiated in lfWH and
he announced that he would vote
in the Foreign Relations Commit-
tee t" abolish the revolving fund
from which "Countrj X" loan- are
made
State Department spokesman
Rcfcert McCloskoy ssid that con-
sultations were continuing on the
question of American arms ship-
ments to other nations. He de-
clined to comment on congres-
sional criticism o* secret financ-
ing of arms for Arab states.
,\- i 'olumb is. Ga ; s Vrmy au-
iid that sevei offi-
i from nation- -re,! re-
ms ica and
v r .. Israel were taking mil-
courses at Fort Ben-
the army's infantr> and
nter I i Iraqi and
e officer- will Ih- per
tti l i" comph te their studies
n .. r of i "
Temple Presents
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last June During his -indent days,
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Centralia, III.
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lie Youth and National Federa
tion of Temple Youth, and is en
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CWD0OH.
The Wrong Platform
For The United Nations
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is | lory t be

il
[si
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derogatory rerr.
;.. : :. | :tors
I And at
i8hed
-j to
. s and what
Israel'. Minister Abba Ebar.
. irrilous religious
'
"/: are not unmindful of the niceties of
t- : .'...... h in bu :h ai
the United Nations. But it
is that
community s.nk to cjul
y must r 1 in their b
ru their audl< :'
tion by gavel in such instances may
B of the speakers but
of the chair only serves to

! to be critical of the UN at
Ife. but v.- ild be
t luty to our people if we failed to
i firm pro1
Fishing In Troubled Waters
Xh report I commander of a Soviet
I mal had warned that his
fully pre] red to cooperate
United A | ubllc forces m re-
iny aggression" holds ominous un-
for the Middle East but for
t U | N rtions and American interests in
t [the world.
V.' ih the report authei tic as its to
thai the Soviet Union has decided
1 a lateral y ifi the event of "aggression,"
0 ti : : Tning in Moscow is not de-
) pies of international law or
by .- fads, but by the kind of
tout tics to which a stunned world
was ii >ated in diet rt the recent sessions
It d Nations. To use a pet phrase of
So vie" -fiplomnij I is a well known fad
i word aggression has
1 uorted in the current Soviet lexicon to
. say it is.
It tl to always talk in Arab
i it make the commander's threat so
s rl<
1: opment and the admitted
r Washington about the rate and ex-
shipment of arms to the Arab
would seem only i for
Wo ik It crystal r'.oar now
m arms race jrf the Middle
will I be a ne-sided "^"ur. To permit
tl S iviet Union to ai A-
with planes and oth rpons of mo
v arfoi w:
fr sm replenishing its own d d arsenal of
i iraware, is to play into the hands of the
Arabs who mean to make war again and to
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prey to Soviet schemes of domination c
thai area ol rid to the detriment of our
own -re.
Such ar. imbalance ci power is ai
the o::!y way to prevent it
...... ...g betv,.
two great :. I halt Ih' -ace -
is to ccrr-rct ti. y -living Israel
the : f defensive weapons.
Russia is fishing in the troubled waters of
the Middle East c- nel :s out for us as
well as for the Arab world and Israel.
Judaism Council Bankrupt
That A-: fewry is almost 100 per-
cent be nt position of the S' rte
of I the Middle East controversy was
unwitnngly proved by the American Council
for Judaism, according to a statement made
Rabbi Israel Miller, o! New York, el
of the American Zionist Council, coordinating
body lor the entire Zionist Movement.
'In the Sunday Times of July 16th," R
Miller said, ."the American Council for Judaism
challenged the point of view that American
lewry almost unanimously supports Israel's
posture in the present Middle East controversy.
Speaking for the Council for Judaism. Rabbi
Elmer Berger, its executive vice president, in-
timated that manv Jews are opposed to Isra
'aggression' in the Middle East. Then, after
giving the Times reporter the names of six dis-
tinguised members of the Council for Judaism.
Rabbi Berger said 'obviously men like these
are not wild radicals, not the sort of people
who associate themselves with irresponsible
organizations.'
"There is no doubt," Rabbi Mil!r s i I
"that the six members whose names were gi\
by Elmer Berger as supporters for the Council
for Judaism's position are not irresponsil
With five of the six the next day disavowing
Rabbi Berger's use of their name? os sponsors
of the Council for Judaism's r It is the
Council for Judaism that stands i
being irresponsible. It is most unusual for :
out of six pel disavow an or >n's
viewpoint with which they be
associated..
"The in the Tin..
' '.uded, "indicate what
great majority of Jews have long known: |
the American Council for Judaism is not only
ponsible but morally bankrupt with their
outworn af^mpts American Jewry
by raising the bogey of dual loyalitics
NEW YORK Ii-
I against I n> holy laws We
have left undone thw
which ght to have done:
and we have done those things
whicl
..lid there is no hi alth i is i;
Lord.I
Confession Now
terrible words of tin
confession should now be
bui n! course will not be n
i ited m itnlsoa, ith bow i
heads an I contrite h. arts, bj tl
ugly-minded racist conservatives
and the wooly-minded masochi*
tic liberals and th. Negro leaders
m to have lacked the application
the .ut- to deal with the
practical Negro problems and
the complacent white middle-class
Americans who have turd ti>
shove all Negro problems under
the rim
After Newark, alter Plainfield.
after the trouble In Little Watci
loo, la., any tool ought to be able
to gee thai we have waited far
far too long to do "those thim
which we ought to have done
And to get those things done
which will be verj difficult and
vastly expensive, the first re-
quirement is to identify the true
essence Of the rare problem in
America
The Essence
The essence of the race proh
bin is not race hatred, although
race hatred is a sip in the ey<
of God It i- not discrimination,
although discrimination i- a de
filcment of all that A m e r 1c .
stands for It is not tion
although segregation must be
truck down The essence of our
race problem is ihe shockingly
deficient education thai our Ne
gro Americans are customsril)
given
Take a minority differentiated
by skin color Give the members
of this minority an education Im-
mensely inferior to that given to
the white majority. Thereby con
dentil most of the members of
this minority to frustration and
bitterness and Joblessness How-
then can you hope to escape from
race hatred and discrimination
and segregation? Anil how can
you expect to avoid the sort of
explosion that happened in New-
ark?
The questions are self-answer
Ing; yet the foregoing is exactly
what we have been doing in
America, decade after decade
Among our deprived minorities
and these include Mexican-
Americans. Appalachian whites
and other groups besides Negroes
over two thirds of the children
drop out of school after the ninth
grade
in Cause
They do not drop out. mark
you. because they have no ambi
tion or because they are lazv or
because of the temptation of the
ghetto streets These causes all
have their influence on this child
or that Rut the main cause for
dropping out is something else
again The main cause is the fact
that the children of these de-
prived minorities are. on aver
age, already more than two years
hen enter thi
11
I he Ni lher children
i -n
-. ,behii
: be
Ing conunuea
\ io
ssa
i training is
drop out Ii
dropping
do
tl i drop o its must then be
Negro boj a and girla
igh high school
-., ng through is the
rather than going
through The process ol tailing
ther and further behind con
tinues ii high ichool Thus, our
Nrqro hi-jh school graduates, on
average, havo only reached th
level of eighth grade-plus when
the valedictorian mounts the
rni
System Fails
*
In other words, our naUonal
school system at present fails to
give the equivalent of an onli
n.iry white's blue-collar educa
tion to nine Negro boys and girls
in every 10. Nine in every 10 are
not prepared to achieve and are-
then rated for being "under
achievers Nine in every 10 are
not equipped to get and hold job*
in an increasingly technological
then condemned
for idleness and lack of aspira
tion
It is in truth a miracle, in
these grim and shameful circum
stances, that the situation ia not
far worse than it is There is only
one rented)
To rescue tin- next veneration.
heav) additional InvestatenU
must be madeAnd on an enor-
mous teals -in order to improve
the ghetto schools, to overcome
the handicap of deprivation and
to give Negroes educations fully
equal to the white average And
to meet the immediate emei-
gencyand it is an emergency, >
Newark provedsomething like
.\n urban WI'A needs to be start
ed forthwith and on a big rale
Hi-sides providing jobs to ease
the tension such a WPA could
alo offer lmentives for acquisi
turn of job promoting skills
Then are other details needing
to he filled in Rut what needs
doing can be done That has been
proved beyond question by the
More Effective Schools program
here in New York, for education
.il Improvement is the great long
rang* "tnntisj
A Reaction
And in this city, esvesdropp
on decent white Americans talk
ing abmit Newark in these last
days, it has been easj to discover
what we must expect if what
needs doing is NOT done VH
must in truth expert a reaction
of !>11nd rage and fear among the
wiuie majority that will msM
this republic into a nation t
ever dishonored, divided and de
feated In every finer aspiration
Copvrirtl Li I**" Ti.. Wanhlnirti
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MIAMI JNF PROJECT FOCAL POINT
The Hailstorm Of Fire At Me Ami
y Social *
We do not know what the inten-
noii s of the JWdan miUtary com
maud were in this sector of north-
,.rii Saroana. Perhaps they wanted
to break through to the large Arab
,wn of Urn El Fahm (population
toOOO>, "free" it from Israel and
hereby control the highway
thnnmh Wadi Ara. a vital route
to Galilee and the north. Or maybe
they had misjudged Me Ami's
peaceful function as a settlement
outpost and considered it a spear-
head of attack
In any cast, on Juna 5th, Ma
Ami &<" a taraat for haavy
artillery and machina-.-jon fira
from *avral Jordanian position*
at one*. Hour aftar hour, with
vor increasing violanct, a hail-
storm of shells and bullets rainod
down upon the outpost.
For moal "f the young people >f
Sahal lArmj Pioi.....r s.-nl.-
men' CorpsV this was their bap
fire Thej had come from
shelti red homes in Tel K\ \\ Haifa:,
,! cities and il i li.nl to
ii. iievi thai '>"b one ol Ihe girls
b. .in, h) sterical The other
. ". tier hut il u.i, .!il!i
cull to . pyj sen <'< inn- bomb and
iking explosion seemed '"
doom It was easier f"r
Ihc young men, wli<> could ;* leasl
ii live and strike back Indeed
.i oul m \ arions dug outa ""
the | M tops around the nutixi-t
n ok "f M" \i>u in.- I
back ,i, much ;i* they received
\\'h..t they lacked in heavy guns
the) made up In accuracy and
-i.....i of fire The Jordanians ne\
.I knew ho* < atly the) oul
i red their adversaries II
ria> l"n~ battle i>r'.\. it was due to the fact that the Jor- .
damans let loose a thick barrage
of niOJBJIOML while they kepi well
under cover. The Israelis of Me '
Ami. on the other hand, tried to
make every shot count. At the
southern position, for instance,
Sergeant Nachum poked his head
and shoulders out of the dugout
and with binoculars glued to his
eyes, calmly directed the fire of
his mortar operators and machine-
gunners.
Once, a shell burst nearby and
a piece of shrapnel bounced off
his helmet, thrusting his head
down upon the side of the ditch
and knocking his chin sharply.
He spat out half a front tooth,
wiped the dirt from his eye and
restoring the binoculars to his
eyes, he continued to give or-
ders, with a quaint, newly-
acquired lisp.
Later in theilnv when they wen
alread) exhausted and hungry
cheerful girl s voice called out
How are you all" How aboul some
dinner?" Nachum was horrified to
see Iw o of ihf women crawl
ing through ill'- irenches with hot
fo and drmk "Are you cra*j '
in- called out m real anger Your
orders were nut to move oul "f
tin- shelters unless we pall you to
u ih 'hi' ammunition or for
first .ml' l hi n sippinj il his cof-
his bruised lips smiled in un
spoken jr:ititiv'.' and iir
The battle raged into ihe nighl
il some unforgettable hour In
the ev( mil. I ra Ii armore I Iroops
smashed their way to the enemy's
Ami it .\.i~ nol long before
the belligerence f the Arab Lc
jinnnaires subsided 1>> mornins
.ill the positions were silent, and
when Nachum crept up to see il
- i lear, he found dead
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bodies, wreckage and the siyns of
flight.
At Me Ami the casualties were
comparatively slight. A young
man had been wounded in the leg.
and although the buildings of the
outpost were damaged, none were
beyond repair. Luckily, too. they
hadn't much livestock, and the
loss of the few hundred ducks and
some sheep was not serious. There
was good reason for a celebration.
The struggle for the place had
created such strong ties to Me
Ami that several of the gToup,
uhich was connected with the
lehud Hakibbutzim iMapai orient-
ed) movement, decided to stay on
at the outpost and join the next
nucleus which would form a per-
I manent settlement there.
The present group was leaving in
; a few months to reinforce Kibbutz
Hul.la and Kibbutz N'itzanimand
among these fighting Sabras. one
was pleased to find a number of
"Hahltzlm" from South American
countries. One was also pleased
to see several modest signs about
the grounds, indicating that the
outpost site had been cleared, the
soil purchased and reclaimed and
the road and buildings constructed
j by the Jewish National Fund with
the staunch support from Jews of
; the Miami, Florida. U.S.A, Ofea
(hence, too. the name of Me Ami
"Waters of My People").
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ceived and contributed to the proj-
ect, realize its function as ;. border
outpost would be -o quickly and
so thoroughly tried and proven.
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Jerusalem. July 1067
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THE DEAD SEA SCROLL | lh worIds
Is arrived in Now York
was acco:.
- [the
M ntreal. The he.:
I p] 1 in a
Varied Attractions Featured At
YMHA Camp Carnival and Auction
The Annual Summer Da) Camp
nival and Auction of the VII
YWH \ <>, Greatei Miami will be
held this Sunday, from 2 p in to (>
p.m at the pounds of the Y 8800
S W Hth Street, it waa joint!) an
nounced bj Mrs Arthur Roth, Sum
net Daj 'amp Chairman; and Mi
A Budd utler, Chairman of the
Program Committee
A ipecial area la tn-ii set aside
for the man> activities scheduled
uding kiddie rid. s, i pony ridi
booth food and refn hmenl
booths a Uhitc Elephant t
plus othei fun ar:d came items
The proceeds from the Carnival
and Auction will help provide
assistance to the many ch'ldren
in the community who would
otherwise be deprived of a camp-
ing program.
Y volunteers ranging from tiny
t..ts to senior citizens are now
bus) preparing for the Carnival
Boys and girts in the eamp pro
i.i.iis are haul at work building
the booths Parents are volunteer
ii g to do the many chores necei
m preparing for such large
nl The Senior Citizens of the
j YMHA'l i.olden Age Friendship
Club will be manning special booths
to sell ceramics and other objects
which the) have made during the
post
Rabbi Fruchter As Cantor
lath Israel Hebrew Institute
Rabbi M ri is Fruch-
ter as Cantor lor the High Holy
r
Items Of Interest
Eshkol Lauds American People
Continued from Page 1-A
I in which we shall face political
pressure and military threats, the
I Jewish people throughout the
world has a vital!) important i il<
to play. It is om great ally, oui
partner who will have to bear a
treat part of the struggle foi public
opinion, and I am confident that il
will play its part with honor
Among the gravest problems fai
mg Israel. Mr Eshkol said, is that
of the Arab refugees He said I
rael wants permanent peace with
its neighbors "so that we ma) help
solve this human problem
Seated on the dais as the Premier
spoke was President ZalmanShazar
JOHNSON'S MESSAGE
Highlighting the convention was
a message from President .loin,son
expi lhal 'in mem
u ill represent Ann rica's
-tit v ish lhal all nations ol the
upon this historic mo
1 h the \ ision and genei i
it di in.mil He was confident, the
President said, "you will advance
our beliel in the fundamental rights
>i ii > nation to live and the
oblii ation t" respect
In rights nl ol hers to live "
Iaci i r.) ner, president ol
ZOA, dealt with the Jewish
situation in the Soviet Union and
in< that was being ex
cmi'il upon them currentl) as ,,
nl the .Middle Ea i crisis
Urqinq U.S. discussion of the
fate of Russian Jews with Soviet
leaders, the ZOA president said
hi? trembles when he thinks
"what could happen to them if
attacks of Soviet leaders on Jews
and Zionism continue."
One oi (he major convention
speakers was lr Emanuel Neu
mann. honoiai> president of the
ZOA and a member of the Jewish
i | executive.
Endorsing the recent manifesto
by the World Zionist Organization
calling on every Jewish family in
the western world to send at least
one sun or daughter tO Israel. I)r
said America's own interests de
m.nided that it stand by Israel He
al-o offered "unflagging efforts'
on the part of American Jewry to
mobilize public opinion in favor of
Israel, declaring that just as "Is-
rael, b) her own strength, has as
sured that there shall be no second
Auschwitz, so must we do what lies
in our power to assure that there
shall be no lecond Munich."
Temple Emanu-EI Names Silverman
M r Myer Sih pi man w a* this
Picnic Sunday
Temple Tilereth Jacob will hold
a picnic at llaulover Beach on
Sunda) tuj 13 at 10:00 a n
iMiector of the
Temple Emanu El ed icational fa
cilitii
Mr Silverman has served as
il ol H.in..ill Hi bi
ni W nnipe foi Ihi pa ei|
and will iea\e l anada tins
month to bi I lueation Direc
in of the congi v at ion R
and Pi inc pal of its Solomon
Schechter All Da) School
Mr Silverman ha worked with
Winnipe
1949 when he first became associat
ed v. ith Shaai i Zedek Syna
in 1959 he initiated its da) school
pro i .en m i'Ii an initial em oilmen)
of 125 Its present enrollment is
(0 youngster
Mr Silverman has written exten
sively for the Jewish School with
special emphasis on the day school
I'm i.mi ill. model curriculum i-
one of seven that compose the He
brew Teachers Guide, the curri-
culum compendium of the Com
mission on Jewish Education of
ih" United Synagogue of America
hill is use.I in most conservative
schools in the countr)
In line with Ins unique approach.
many innovations are being plann-
ed lor F.manii El's new school
ii one in partK ui.ir being a full-
das kindergarten program for
children who will have reached the
nl five no later than February
15, 1968 The regular Nursery
Kindergarten morning sessions will
also be held
The entire school program is und
it the supervision of Dr. Irving
'' hrman Judge Frederick N Band
is the new Chairman ol the Board of
ication Max Boderman is presl
denl of the Temple.
Mr. Silverman will he in his
office at the Tvmplc K.nanu El
School beginning August 1st for
consultation with parents on school
problems and registration for the
Solomon Schechter Day School and
all departments of the Religious
School
T?
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do not necessanl) iustifj I according ^> Senator
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Tndc. i :- 1967
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AGUOATH ACHIM. Tht Martinique
Hotel. *423 Collmi Ave. Orthodaa.
----.----
AOuDATh ISRAEL. 7801 Carlyle Ave.
Orthodox. Rabbi Isaac Cvar
Kri.ts) i-.--.ii.it T 1.1 |.m followed by
Kabhedul SubUati gahfcettfc nn>rnliiic
ervioea 'i S:W wuh llnM.i Pr I.-.i...
Hirsh E\ r .-..i.durlinjc ih- eervtoea
ami preaching .. Th- Portloi of the
u ... ,\ K>.l.tu.-!i 1..1I..W th. -TVi.'H.
and thr Hn will ha Mrs Anna Isaac*
In honor of h.r new grandchild. A
rlara m Die Dibit by ih.- Kahni at 7
Im Mincha .nu'.'> ..: 7 IT. p.m. with
am iv M-rvicei mncHMIf the Sah-
t.uth !.. I on en 111 the th llaml-
drar-h Ku 1 '-, ndjai en I lo th. Syna-
er vtces
V
JLi* iAJeekend
CANDIEUGHTING TIME
20 TAMUZ 7:50
I
Rabbi David RoneofeM will ..i.lu.t
ih. Friday night services -
c.u.-t >!..'. r will he Mr. ftoaald Para
r,:u.- al r i Q.m. Dunda) aervleea al who** bnpli will be "I Am"< Ool It.
in an 7 is i..m s------
6ETH SOLOMON. SO NW Slat PI.
Conseiative Rabbi Aharon Feier.
AHAVAT SHALOM CONGREGA
TION. 85 SW 67th Ave. Orthodox.
Cantor Mornl Barr.
---- -
ANSHE EVES 2533 SW 1th Ave
Conservative. Emanue' Kushe'v-ita.
president Cantor Sol Pakov.itz.
----
IETM DAVID 2626 SW 3rd Ave Con
servative Rabbi So. Landau. Cantor
Wii'iam W. L'0on
----
BETH EL. 500 SW '7th Ave. Ortho-
dox Rahb. Solomon Schff
m S lunlni
in
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IETH ISRAEL 770 40th St. Ortho
dox. Rabb. Berei Wein.
; > h m I>aily .M
it 7 p in

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in
ETH JACOB '0' Washington Ave
O'thorlox Rahbi Shmarvahu T
Susirsky Cantor Maurice Mamehes.

ETH KODESH 1'01 SW 12th Avt.
Modern Traditional Rabbi Max
Siap.ro Cantor Benlamin Ben-Ari.
a
ETH MOSHE CONGREGATION
13630 W Dixie r-iwy. Conservative.
R itibi D.ivid Rosrnteid. Cantor Sey
nio..r Hi.ikel.
IETH TFILAM. S6 Euclid Avo. Or-
thodox. Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovsky
---
IETH TORAH. 164th St. and NE 11th
Ave. Conservative. Rabb. Max Lip
sch'tj Cantor Jacob Renier
r. ii .. ]> in N. iui -i..\ '
i.in M .-...;" 11 in
a
3'NAi RAPHAEL 140' NW 183rd St
Conservative. Rabbi Haiold Richter
Cantor Jack urrncr

CUBAN HEBREW CONGREGATION
OF MIAMI. '4; Washnqton Ave.
i >i I ...i.-\ Id.....i I u li- ... n<*\\aia
-
FT. LAUDERDALt EMANUEL. '801
S And.rws Ave Reform Rabbi
Richard M. Leviton. Cantc Jerome
K lenient.
a -
FT LALDCRDALE TEMPLE BETH
ISRAEL VI7 E. Oakland Park Blvd
Rabbi Philip Chaiton Cantor Theo-
dore Vmdich.
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HALLANDALE JEWISH CENTER.
'26 E Hallandai' dea. h Blvd Max
J Weitz officiates.
MINVONAIRES SYNAGOGUE. ST37
Bird Rd. Modern traditional. Max i
( W. Temchin. president. Cantor Louia I
rnhen
Friday services 7 p m. Saturday >
m weekdays ux a.m. and T:M p.m.
OHEV SHALOM. 11 Normandy Or.
Orthodox. Rabbi Phineae Weber-
man.
8EPHAROIC JEWISH CENTER. MS
Coiima Ave. Rev. Canter Sadi Neh
mlaa.
I
irsv LAKE SYNAGOGUE 1B151 NE
ith Ave. Orthodox. Rabbi Jonah
E. Capian.
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TEMPLE ADATH VESHURUN. Con
servative. 102S NE i*3rd St.. Miami
Gardens Rd. Rabbi Milton Schlmsky.
Cantor Maurice Neu.
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TEMPLE BETH AM S940 N. Kendall
Or.. So. Miami. Helorm Raob.
Herbert Baumgard. Cantor M.chael
Kyrr.
THE RABBI SPEAKS FROM HIS PUIPIT
Prayer Is A Principal
Avenue of MairAfc God
TEMPLE BETH EL OF HOLLV-
WOOD. 1861 S. '4th Ave Reform
Rabb. Samuel Jaffe
-

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TEMPLE BETH RAPHAEL 64S
Jefferson Ave. Conservative. Rabbi
David Raab. Canto. Saul H Breen
:
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1 i
ffobbi londnu
HEBREW ACADE'.".
Dr. Orthodox. Habb
Gross.
24u0 Pmetree TEMPLE BETH SMOLEM of Holly
Alexande S. ^ wood. 1725 Monroe Si. Conservative
Rahbi Morton Malavsky. Cantor tr
nest Steiner.
Tllll -rd in c+
rater Mt-
i am.
i linjcof of ft
r n
op-
i
DR MAX 1 IPSCHITZ
ft 'f Beth Torah
. .if \'."!rl MlJBli
HOLLYWOOD TEMPLE SINAI 1201
Johnson St Conserv, itive Rabbi
David Shap.ro. Cantor Yehudah
Heiibra.m
----
SRAELITE CtNTJ.R J'7S SW 25th
St. Conservative. Rabbi Avrom L.
Drazin Cantor William B. Ni.ssen.
a
JACOB C COHEN COMMUNITY
SYNAGOGUE 1532 Washington Ave
Orthodox. Rabbi Tibor H. Sterr
Cantor Meyer Engel.
KNESETH ISRAEL 1415 Euclid Ave
Orthodox Rabbi David Lenrfieid
Cantor Abraham Seif.
nCabbinical television f-^r&cjmnti
July 30 ih 7. io a.m., "Still Small Voice"
Host: Rabbi Solomon Sehiff, Beth Bl Congn-.
Guests: Kabbi Eugene Labovitz
Rabbi Daniel Franzel
Topic: Judaism Wflcomt-s the Adolescent
A TASTE OF HEBREW
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HEBREW CULTURE ond rfca AMEBKAN JEWISH PRESS ASSOCIATION
Hirer: Dr. Shle.se Kedeta
Pardon me. lady, where does one
bay sump'.'
The Pom Office in not far from her*.
Shalom. 1 would like to buy Mampt
for letter*.
What (lind of I Hov. many stamp*?
Phsase ie me len iiimp!
For domeviic tine ithis couniit)
or for abroad.'
Please ji\e me 10 dome-lie Mam pa
and also an ait mail Jeticr for
abroad.
Here are ihe Mamps and the letter.
How much Jea. I pa) you?
You pa> me to Liu*.
OK., here is trie money.
Pardon me. 1 would like io make
a call.
You can speak from a public phone.
\hr* much do I p-> I
You pay 15 Prutoth more.
Here i< the money. Many thanki.
?a^i B*r- r'rit ,prBi 'y'o
.^ifTj it? n't 'imn
,a*sj.seV a*r*ii rgfn *:* sBttw
?a*Vts no Tra ^''h
.S'r^a --'r? *\ rifto naT>a?
r a-.. .. r ,ir .
frurt r^T r**"
1 V ? T V "I V
a*'-:a rrftn 'r .-.-? ntfgsi
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.Vri- -;n',-:?
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TEMPLE BETH SMOLOV 4'44 Chase
Ave. Liberal. Rabbi Leon Kromsn
Canter Dav.d Con.iser
I"' I.. > 1;
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TEMPLE UbTH TOV 44^ SW tn
St. Consei vat.ve. Rabbi Simon As.nl
e
TEMPLE BNAI SMOLOM 16800 N v\
22nd Ave. Conservative. Cantor
Ab'aii.im Reiseman.
TEMPLE EMANUEL. 1701 Wllhmg.
ton Ave. Conservative. Rabbi Irving
Lehrman. Cantor Zvi Ad'er
l'i i.i.,> \. ii.nt Kal>l I- -
"" -.1 in tfatui .!..> moi i.
-.1 \ i. ,1 ., Ml Tli. I! .ii.i
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it.. Itihl. I i..il\ l'i i. .1.
li.inl |a .. in ill..I > ; ;u
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TEMPLE ISRAEL OF GREATER Ml
AMI. 137 NE 19th St. Reform. Rabbi
Joseph R. Narot.
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TEMPLE ISRAEL OF MIRAMAR
3S00 SW Wth Way. Conservative.
Rabbi lrv.n Cutler.

TEMPLE JUDEA. S500 Granada Blvd.
Reform. Rabbi Morris Kipper.
W rehip tff-rvic) r>Klny vi ulna
; ii. in Howard s.. u
l.r. -,.!. ,.t Temple Ju.l.ii llrotl
ii.....i will i ondttfl ti.. \.
TEMPLE MENOHM. S0 7>th St
Conservative. Rabbi Mayer Abram-
ewrrU. Canter Nice Foldman.
TEMPLE NER TAMIL) eOlh St. and
Tatum Waterway. Modem Tradi-
Uenal. Rabbi Eugene LabeviU. Can-
tor Edward Klein.
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TEMPLE OR OLOM. Conservative
B7S6 SW iSth St.. Miami. Rabbi
Ralph Qliimin. Canter Hermen ,
Marchbein
Hcrvice ui k p.m Krul.,v s. raaon
.Maitoih Hul.bl Ralph Clumun will .
.ii.lu. t ihr -, r\i..-. uik| lai.t.r Hir-
maa alarchl..... 'Ill offleHati Haturda)
murnlna l:4S .. m l '..k in Kh. r ..
I.Mr .....I ,\lr> .!.,.!, Ileyman, ..-1 8.U
will be liar .\|iizN..h
By RABBI SOL LANDAU
Beth Dav.d Co*^r*farion
"Tho reason h> we5 pray ii
simply that we lannot help pray
nit;." It doe> not rtquirt'l.ihoratf
study of peoples ami civiUlttisMU
to validate this-
statement b>|
William James
In the m oa'.
primitive -
lies, as wi
in the m si
\ anci d
people u -
prayer I
press their
' i leals, I
tll(it .1 r il e II 11
:r'-- .i n '!j
their deepest I
emotion-. The'
quest to under
-t.iml life It
and i" communu ate '
eternal i
strumenl
The Jewish ; W
:i rmed Israi I "tl
i found pi a
in r.
Bible quoti s thi
Si
.i- \i i aham i halli i
. u hen N and Gon
i .ih .<: thrt ali ned with punishment: when Jaeofa ..-
fleeing his brother's wrath, when
I God mere) to
;
11 iw ever as Solomon S< hei
expressed it 'Prayer is not the
invention ol the synagogue; it iv
io use the words of an old mj -'
.i~ natural an expreastoti of the
intimate relatious betwejen Me,,
on and f'.iitli .o the courtship
betw een Ihe SeX<
Prayer is an indispensable in
strumenl of religion if used fuDj.
If |h.~v, s^.. the power to relate
the teachings f religion to the
personal life of the supplicant
It is the aim of prayer to keep
. '.raM iDiwnaju of <"'<>d the poten
tial of the M'lf. and awareness of
the world at large before the in
dividual In the words of Wilh.im
James Pr.iyer is the vital act
by which the entire mind seeks
itself by clingir.l
from hkh
th*
pointed out '
jor prayer i tM
is cor.-- lion
Hi*.-Mile;
anc '
to sav
princip
its life '
It is oft.
rtobraw lorni
naeoa that
alb ?' i
Dram I
--,,: "^si
, .-. \ opport -. ;>
, v., i .i.t- agaJnat one -
. ntial Tm n notion : praj
.,. meanu lo .i^W f"_
ihmj m the I iriatian
emphasis In addition, the
lei m hi sui h
.i ui Gei man. where 1

imi
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ii.i. homileUcs
I to ihow p <
lamental need for i
Ihe iurs l > to i
Jewish liturg) lv deled I m the
Still
the M P" 'L~ of he He
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morni aerv-
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I
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Schi lei Wl the
I ,i lan,
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It i ihe spiritual let i r
whuh maintains daih at rsasjeau
ol God and reta ns ihe -
appreciation ol divine bless n.' it
transfuses ;il! ol life with i toueh
of holiness ami gives I lav
something of the Babbeth apirtt,
Pi ,i\er can bf a aft I rd from
aimlewaness and drifting, (ram
te.ir and il re-|H.!is;biht\ IS we-'J
.i to help counteract ar
It provides the mean- : r bt
MTiitiny and spiritual -ner
Finally, it should enable the w
shipvr to vsk Cod meaningful!*
The emphasis m teaching grayer
must he on its inilioensabilit\ n
one's life ecattee Traye- i- is
own fulfillment s.,,,| Kr,,
ti7weic: "the oul prays ir
power to pray
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SYNOPSIS OF THE TORAH PORTION MATTOTH
MATTOTH Map of the tribes of Gad. Reuben and th- la f
tribe of Manas-seh in Transjordan
And Moses >:ave unto
the half-tribe of Manasseh
iNum. 32.33).
Gad Reuben ^ih! unl i
the kindgdom of Sihor.
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TEMPLE ZAMORA 44 Zamora Ave
Conservative. Rabbi Maiwell S)er- I
Wr- Cantor Ben U.ckson
TEMPLE ZION aoOO M.tl.r Rd Con
servativ.. Rabb. Alfred Waaman
MATTOTII Moses informed ihe tribal heads retrarding the
concerning vows He sent 12.000 armed men 11.000 from
tnbei to war with the Midianites The expedition was succe-
Among those killed was Balaam The tribes of Reuben and I
who had large heards of cattle, asked to be allowed to teal
grating land iii Transjordan. Moses, on condition that
tribes lead the other land in Transjordan. Moses agreed on
condition that tins,, tribes lead the other tribes across th-- 'or
dan. and not return to Transjordan until all their brother trihes
had been provided for Part of the tribe of afaUtexaeh coin
half of Ciiead. and were granted it for their territory
Thia recounting of the Weekly Partton of the) Law Is *-
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Qutstion Box:
By RABBI SAMUEL FOX
TIFERETM ISRAEL.
Ave. Conservative.
SO0 N. Miami
YOUNG ISRAEL OF OREATER ML
. MJ.l "2.NE ,71,t St Orthedo.
Rabbi Sherwin Stauber. Cantor
Pmcus Aloof.
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Portl f th. w..i x,...
p.m followed
Khlllahllh
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V?iiNQ l5r,ACL OF MIAMI BEACH
TEMPLE SmuloM 133 SW 11th Ave
Pomaano Beach Conservative. Rab
igj?.""" 8"0P C'n,0r L,on
Q. Why is the coffin called
"aron?"
A Actually the term aron m
dicales a box or container in
a general lesssc ll.iuever. in
the ssbbj oi the coffin the n
prnasJon "aion" reflects the
name given to the box in
which the tablets bearing the
Ten Commandments uere
carried by the [aevitea through
the vs il.l.-i ., h gj the people
"f Israel made their \sa\ from
Egypt to the promi- I lam!
The rabbis tell us It it they
earned two such box One
contained the tablets d Ihe
other contained the pemsins
of Joseph It wsj |
lion that Joseph. v.t
in one had carried '"
tenets contained in t
'i.e the Jewish raHl
day it also bears t
notation that th' rcm- ill
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BOOK REVIEW
Hvijinour b. livbman
reviews
' GEORGE FRIEDMAN'S
TkEndOf
The Jewish Peoples?

u<
l l!th century ii the \ ie
m then the 20th een
lur> must be the Age ol Vt\
r,.a- n God i- dead as has
been trumpeted bj tome non
bis and <'hri-ii.ii'.
rics. the" 'iod's chocn pc i
either fossilized (a la
>)i their days
luma^Pri
(i.i ii s it is rare to rea i
|ne i il Judaism <*
cm v to the surv i\ ;ti
Jews or ludaism The
if the Jewish People? b)
Friedman (transit
I rench b) Eric Mos
Doubledaj A Co 19eT3
the question ith fat ot
and charity for all B<
;.-m. the book, it is
iiio to leai n about the au
fend i ascertain his i re
11- a noted French mm
k i m e< ... in in the prob
o! labor .iini the influent e
ilogj on modern sot,,-
was born m France ol
J-. parents in 1902 His first
ater w ith .i S) nagoguc .i
anil with Judaism came
on hi> first visit to I-
I Mas then HI year- ol
! w .i- and is a" agnostic
a.- "neither i believer in
iwiah religion" nor a /..
belies ing in the exist
lof a Jewish nation He
that be was Ill-prepared
for fle in m.: experience of Ju
I. Hi- made a second trip
tael in ISM Bach of his
a- ot several months
_JJon
Pe
p plied to Jews, have been used
ft' r the past few decades to de-
j s, i in- those who share common
ral, religious and ethnic
I tu The words replaced race
. ation as used for centuries
wt.h respect to Jews, Friedman
Iwriles that "Jewish people" is
f
.,'.-r
Satii Kiii-Tjl
Inr< -r- Awn
.1 l-'lllit III
pin r- \
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a theological notion to Jewish
and Christian believers, a po
litical one to Israelis and Zion
ists and an emotional one to
anti-Semites
Mi Friedman concerns him
sell primaril) with Israelis and
n it Ji '.. throughout the entire
\- i result, the title of
In- book i- rI ghtl) decep
and encompa re tha
it to m
as eiitii ism ot the book whuh
b<
Almost tiuei fourths of the
. ,-- hi
practically all facets ol life in
I-raei Hi- disc ussions on the
kibbutz retail- to mind Horace
Kallen's Utopians At Bay. How
ever Friedman being mori ,l'
lective and no( having sister*
in Israel has i itten a pi i
anal)-i- of collect ite life in
I Hi- book i- "must read
for all hn h.ne \ isited or
intend to visit Israel The span
ish proverb, "He who would
bring home the wealth of the
Indies must carry the wealth of
the Indies with him." applies to
all travelers to Israel If the)
would bring home knowledge in
.iddition to paean- of praise,
they must curs knowledge with
them to Israel There i- grist
for the mill- of Zionist, non
Zionist Jew and Christian.
TIm- problems of religion and
the secular political role of the
orthodox a- well a- their m
ternal problems and a San
hedrin are presented lucidly.
refreshing!) and without bias
He does classlf) the ban-, ta-
boos and strict interpretation
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ni the halacha as "institutional
ized defenses against the anxi
etiea of .lew- resulting from the
physical and social environment
of ghetto h\ ing The deeper and
mere stubborn the anxiety, the
stricter the rules thai serve as
a defense aj;anu-t t.
... ,
Fie u not that enamored of
the sabras that hi- cannot.quote
twice, "they have lost the de
fects of their parent- hut also
their qualities His main thesis
is that anti-Semitism i- neces-
sary for the preservation of Ju-
daism He state- that assimila-
tion, mixed marriages and the
decline ol religious practices
i the ra\ esl dangers that
threaten the Jew Ish people with
extinction Foi Israel economic
ai social development ii i new
kind ot assimilation liable to
produce "generations ol He
srn akin I ii i tiles His
o en lion that th I nish peo
"In Jew ish spiril are
II in I rael
to quote a Cai
The .i .>. \
in the futu e to help
not in leave the Diaspora
ut to remain in it
- book should be i i
-tidied and discuss 'd
Fric tated ol !- ael, "It
. rouse in- enthusiasm or
irritate him. but it will certain
K shake him In like manner
w dl ., reading ol The End of the
Jewish People?
Proclamation For Beth David Charier
Miami Mayor Robert King High
ha- proclaimed this week as an
official salute to Beth David
The proclamation honors the 50th
anniversary of the granting of a
charter to ( imprecation Beth Da\ id
2ii^."i SU 3rd Avenue Beth David
will be- markint! fiffet*( exis
tenie Tin- pioneer congregation
was actuall) organized five years
before it received it- charter, un-
der the original name of B \ai
Zion
According to Rabbi Sol Landau
a special anniversar) program will
be celebrated in Januar)
Chairman of the anniversar) pro
': i- Cit) Commissioner Erwin
Christie f Bi Ih David
< nn. i Members ol Christie's
con mitti i w ho ai e plannii
lety ni special events ran i
:. om nai i ,: -i" aki rs to social
.aiheiings. includi Si nat Dick
I im hei and he\ in Miami
li Mayor Ja) Dermer, Metro
' ommi.ssioner Harold Greene, < on
Pepper, Represen
Danti l- ascell and Mau
I erre
"We'i i pi oud ai d horn i ed said
Rabbi 1 ,mil.a; to hat e people of
such reputation dedicating them
tu tin Beth David salute
Part of the 55th anniversar) wil
be a salute to several families who
boast 3 and 4 generations of Beth
David membership.
At the present time, Beth David
i- also conducting i special fund-
raising campaign, under the chair
man-hip oi Hecsahel Rosenthal,
wee president of Hauler r'edcra-
Savings and Loan Association.
Rabbi Ever Projects
Nursery Program
Parents of boys and girls ;._"<
three to six are united to enroll
their children in the new Hebrew
National Da) Nurser) and Kindei
ten 7ft 11 i 'arlyle A\ e accord
ing t" Rabbi Dr Isaac II rsh Et er,
'or ol the Hebrew Instil
School
1 he pre school depart ment w ill
remain open daily fro till
5 p in Monda) through I *
-da>. Sept 5
Hot lunchi .. qua I exci
staff, indoor and out-
plus a pro
. i< uliim of Hebrew. histi
Bible, Laws and Customs and
.iiul eared to arouse i i
nili interest." Rabbi K-
'will provide an excellent rounds
mm for the child whose fan ily is
interested in giving their children
e than a mere smatl ring "f
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F. rlda Friday, July 28, 19c 7
Section B
No Israeli Towns Remain
In Range Of Arab (inns
JERUSALEM (JTA)Gen Yitz- postwar victory in the reui ;
liak Rabin, Israel Chief of staff, rusalem and other phases Ol life
ashington Is Silent
/i New Nasser Attacks
WASHINGTON (JTA)The State
paiiment declined to comment
charges by President Nasser of
rpt that the United states had
in guilty of "'diplomatic deceit"
\ia> in making Egypt believe
|t the Arab-Israeli dispute could
Settled without war Elsewhere
ie speech, delivered on the 15th
livcrsarj ol the expulsion of
Farouk, Nasser said that h
are.I to talk with the
iu at an) time on the
fetion of peace in the Middle
I
The main thrut of tht Nser
pch, howvr, was renewed
lack on Israel nd an appeal
the Arab masts* to organize
fight Israel He said, "The
lldary struggle will have to
be foe.-iht not only by the armed
forces but by the whole nation,"
adding, "We are not inferior to
the people of Viet Nam This part
of his speech was interpreted as
the threat of Arab guerrilla war-
fare against Israel.
iIn London. F trei ji Minister
Abba s Khan of Israel commented,
Nasser's speech was one emanat-
ing from a conservative mind, a
mmd steeped in inertia, refusing to
( ham He s*ik" is il the de-
feat of Egypt in the field was of no
importance. This w is speech
rooted in pre June 5th attitudes,
ssed on the world and the philoso-
phy which existed before June 5."i
The Egyptian-controlled Middle
Fat News Agencj reported from
Khartoum that the Arab Foreign
Minister, will meet in Khartoum
Auk. 1, to plan new joint Arab
strati gy against Israel.
inelux Powers Call for Arab-Israel Talks
]il iSELS (JTA) The Inter
lamentarj Council of the three
clux nations issued a statement
iring that all Middle Bast
hi. including that of the
refugees, could be resolved
by peace treaties between Is
and the trab states
. urgt 'I the three na
B and Luxemburg to cooperate to
ass ire the existence of such coun-
tries, particularly that of Israel It
also urged tree passage in the
strait of Tlran and oth t Mater
ways in the Middle Hast lo ship
of all countries, an equitable
settlemi 'it of the refugee problem
Hid free am ss to the holy plac -
n th< area
Bank Facilities For
Arms to Arabs
WASHINGTON (JTA) Disclos-
ures that the is Export-Import
Bank bad granted substantial loans
to finance arms purchases, princi
pally by the Arab states, were ex
peCted this Weekend to result m
Ij of con..!' isional action to
extend the Bank's charter.
The State Department released
secret testimony before the House
Banking Committee bj Eugene V
Rostow, t ndersecretarj of state
for Political Affairs, in which he
said the massive Soviet shipments
of arms ami equipment to some
Arab st:,t,'s justified American
arms aid for certain Arab coun-
tries The Department said it re
led it vital that the Commit! e
make no restriction that would
prevent the Department from re-
suming military assistance to the
Arab states through the Export-
import Bank.
said this week that, as a result of
Nraei's occupation of Arab terri-
tories in the June war. no Israeli
city or settlement was now within
range of Syrian Egyptian or Jor
lanian guns
Before the war. he told the Tilth
jubilee convention of the Zionist
Organization of America, Tel v ..
i- BO 4ii miles) from
(he Egyptian border while Cairo
was L'K') kilometers 1140 miles)
from the Israel border, but toda}
he situation is re\ et d Israel's
borders, he told the 2.000 delegates
and guests, 'are now much easier
prose! Hie falsit) ol Arab claims
that Arab-Jewish co-ei isteni
m possible
t;> defend
He reiterated i arlier Israeli de
nial ol reports thai Israel bad l
ed over captured Soi iet made Mhl
21s to the Unite 1 States or anj
other nation He said, "We have
one intact MIG-21 and u need it
ourselves He also denied thai Is-
raeli uniis bad captured Soviet in-
structors or teclinu ians
Gen, Rabin told the delegates,
"Though the six day war I- over,
(he seventh day of rest has not vet
I., en gained He i K| re sed the
view that the struggle for pi
'in o ir da> s" w as st ill a long one
but added that (hi existing military
situation mad.' "better than ever"
the chances for cessation of lt>
years of Arab belligerenc}
.1 iseph Sapir, Minister Witho I
Portfolio, told the convention that
Israel's June victor} bad saved not
i nly Israel but the whole J wish
pie fr im annihilation ai -
integration He said il saved the
Jewish honor He also d Id the
rh | ati thai the first days ol
ker, for met
U.S.
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HIGHLIGHTS IN SPORTS
Israel Chosen For Para-Olympic Games
By JESSE SILVER
brad has been cho-en to play
o the 1968 I'ara-Ohmpic
- The I'ara-Olympics, on*-
mau-d by Dr Ludwig Guttm.nn.
the former head oi the Spinal In-
juries Center. Stoke MandiMlW
r and. is a >pom co.npetition
lor people conimed to wheel-
ct,air> The competition is held
the >ame >-ar u the Olympic
(j.Tie>. and usualh in the *air.t-
ccuntr> This time, however.
Mexico refused to hold the
(iames, >o Israel mi selected in-
sit-ad
Preparations are already un
drrvay for the Maccabiah Gami-s
which will be held in Israel m
the -ummer of 1969 A meeting
rt the International Maccamah
Committee- was held in
London recentlj under the chair-
trabip of fierre GiMesgame,
chairman of the Maccabi World
Inion. I nited State1- rpr-M-nta
t:-.e to the meeting were Ha-
ki-ll ( ohm president of the l S
llittee Sports for Israel. Rob
r" : and Harold Zim-
presidents of the '"inl-
and n-::r> Nesselrotta
:.i Athletic
Club f S<
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p< L'S I -i> r
l-j- mtnit-
.-, fji
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Game* .: i-.a-i If enough top-
flight player- are available a
team will be organized Girl* in-
d would Dave to organize
a program to develop into a
team ot international caliber
I h.-> would have the benefit of
the leadership of Harlan Cohen,
r.ationa. women's volleyball
coach, who would be available
to develop t.*te group if it can be
organized in the Los Angeles
area.
Interested girls should contact
Sol Marshall Westside J
<*ommunity Center. 5870 Wpt
Olympic Bred Los Angeles. Calif
Mar-hail, who was recently ap-
pointed national public relations
chairman for l*SVBA. and ha>
been the manager of the I'.S.A
men's volleyball team in the 19ei
and 1965 Maccabiah Games, re-
port* that Kathy Erskme of the
Santa Monica Athletic Assocta
tion. ls the first Jewish girl to
attain major league" \olW-yball She was chos-
en to participate in the Pan-
America Games trials in Minne-
apolis and .5= named "Rookie of
the Year at the USVBA national
meet.
The account ..ntt-n
by Noah K egi : the final
Kuroi- II
d in Tel K\ \\ last April, be-
lli Tel Aviv and
V'arev of Italj .:'
etn
If
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one sentence, the performances
of the Maccabi Tel Avin bi
ball team. I would -.> tli.a this
team has contribute) 1 glorious
chapter in the history of I-rj.ii
basketball Never has there been
an I-raeli basketball team or.
lor that matter any other Israeli
-ports teamwhich has done 10
much for the prestige of Israeli
-port in Europe
Ministers, members of par
hament. society leader-, hou-c
wive- generals, taxi drivers, fin-
ancier- and agriculturist*, young
and oldin fact everybody in
I-raelfollowed Mac-tain's road
to victory The performances of
the Tel Aviv hoopsters became
the daily topic of conversation all
over the country and the Prime
Minister him-elf insisted on at
tending the final same in Tel
Amv The Minister of Finance.
Mr Sapir. on an important eco
nomxal mission to Rumania, in a
phone call to hi- director-general
in Jeru-alem. askedbefore ev*n
into details about his im-
portant mission'what i- the re
niit?' Hs director general did not
have to a-k M hat re-utt he im-
mediately explained that Macca-
bi won the fame H665. but had
nevertheless lo-t the Cup bi
of a larger point m the
Italians :n the iir-t let I'n

Finance
ly.' I am pie< t .uth the
I dav foi
t **. pe ....
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nitride the
n mtenth Wkw in
game a> it was announced on the
loud speaker For the first time
roadcast the game
directly from the -tadium and in
every to\> n and villa.'e in the
country people were glued to
their radm- At two wedding cor
emonies and thi- la 1 met) the
bridegrooms stood under the
'Chuppa' with transistor radios
in their pocket- the earpioj In
their ear-' I could go on ;id in
fmitum. but the above mentioned
fact- are sufficient proof of the
enthusiasm aroused bj the Tel
Aviv hoop-ters throuu'h'Hit the
entire COUntrj
Judge Goldstein
Dies at 81
NEW YORK tJTAl -Judge
I Goldstein, for many decades a
prominent figure in the New York
irwi-h communit) and president
of th<' (Irand Street Boy- Asaocia
tion. died Saturday in Bethlehem
V H following a heart attack Me
ras Rl years old He had retired
rom 'he General S) ion- b-nch 11
ear- ago
A native oi Canada, h- vai
led States at the
! on the

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Ihe I
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in 1949
lews In Law Schools
Overrepresenteti
VFW rOIX, IT.M Tw.
cent of entrant- in law -
the country- major unit.
J. compared with eight .
of college seniors and t .^ JJ;
cent of the population
to an article in a recent H. 0", '
Harper s Magazine by .Martin Ma>n
Mayor fid tit not oni, wtrf
Jews "enormously ovorroo-^^n,.
d" amon such Uw school J(u.
dents, out also "contrary ? Wld,.
speood bol^*.'- Jows "art m,,,
IMcoly to he m the *++ ^
schools, where they account for
almost a third ot the Orrtermc;
classes."
l^ince Ijeberman. pre.
the Harvard Law Review ir. 19fift.
7. was quoted by Mayer .
"rather defensively to a visitor
that if he read the list of editon
carefully he woaid see th<*
of the names were Jewish
Another editor was tjM
ti-llmf Maver. "Yesh. son"
change their names''
At Ha'nard Ijw Scho-, *
through the littus the Late t, ,
Frankfurter was the solitar, l<
lessor, nearly half of
ulty s- now Jewish and m
deaai "f the Yale law -
h..\ 1 t>e Shalom Mizrochi Meen
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+Jewlst) ThrkJk^r
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MIAMI BEACH GIRL IN MIDST Of WAR
Phe Israelis Gave Everything
They Had Tor This \ietory
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build
and
NIHOMA
By NEHOMA PEARLSON
lilting at my sister's desk, I
I i! over the green ,;,wn An(1
i think o( Jerusalem where \ <
, d for the i>..-i two year- Jru
is ., golden -tone city (
i streets and religious people,
11 |au ;n ng children and blue-
kiolct hills, of sleeping beggars
[and crowded marketplace*
rm nineteen years old. entering
im) third year al the Hebrew Uni
\ of Jerusalem My major is
Russian Studies. The universit) is
[., complex "f k>w, modern
soft lawns, stone paths.
L-ardens The student bod) exi
ld with discussion when I' Thant
ped tn ih" withdrawal "t UNEF
from Sinai and <'.a/a Everyone
asking, "Do you think there 11
war?" tiroirps sptwtaneo
ted between lectures
On my way to a class, I was
pulled into one of these circles
by a friend. Excited *nd opti-
mistic, the majority of the kids
were confident that war could
be averted. But right in the cen-
ter of the oroup. was the old
rr.an who sells sesame cakes out-
side Maier Building. "Uch, you
itf students; you don't under-
stand anything. Of course there's
noinq to be a war And we'll all
have to fight."
It s< rj eal mi
and fighting
l< rusalem.
51 m became i very import-
I ....
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sha
peaet
h Independence
bout nine > ars old,
alon [side ol me
Nu, you ihlnk there'll be a
-.I asked me
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' m '.: Buffi
know b >pe not,
i, H you what I think." he
- I tai ned face verj seri
ier< II be a n but nol
Jerusalem Nasser is asking for it.
Hussein ian'l craiy Hussein
keep i 111 "
The second child >>-l with
ro thick braids down to her w
interrupted Impatiently, "L'ch.
- what \ hi think' If Hussein
there'll be ch il war
in Jordan That's the way it la in
Israel One has to listen to the
I h n I ike the adults, they
..ii We parted at Ti i
Sanct SI item I said "Sh yehi
ni." Hie raJB.
I atmosphere during
the i k nf May i a calm
We honed thai war would nol I
and yet we were ffoinf. '
. ared for any e\ enl ualits. Stu
s and teachers were mobiliied;
ai the Un eanu to
andstUl,
At the risk of losing their Amer
Mean cltitenship, many of the boys
who study with me win! to the
draft office to enlist Mj sister
Penina was studying In France
and unexpected!) appeared at 2
on a Saturday morning she
told me that it was impossible to
remain in Frame, to stud) and
live among people who weir "in-
;, ri sti d." but not "committed "
We all agreed that it was easier
durum the crisis to bo a Jew in
Israel than to be a Jew in America.
Friends were receiving cable-
ins and trans Atlantic calls
from frantic parents
My girlfriend received a cable
from her parents "Come home
worried for your safoty." She
replied: "Staying hereworried
for Israel's safety." The Ameri-
can Embassy sent the first of
two letters "advising" us to
leave. I don't know anyone who
took these letters seriously.
S inday, Ma) 21 1 atti nded the
fn-t aid courses being given at the
I'nivi *tt> Stu lents began to take
ii clpmi ntar)
. ted
ar I curtains I
t -s. iutS
treni I stood with
blue lions The)
ol |s| p
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ben used fo
- i .in verj
Somi routes were i
I This post l
problen '
ped for peoi
,,i stops "i inti ections
Son '
Irivin I I
iIp, dm in
i Bi
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rd much
T*.^re was no f^ar *nd no
nanic. A nretit o'rit of corpora-
tion and sacrifice was felt by
everyone.
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n -,-|ik n thei i"
in ,'h, >i "- '" K '' '' '' V.....'
r-a if vru wi.....
von ~ v "Voitr mnthr
bvt> but in !--;i"l j m
can'1 av that beca 1
i.roh,i
The ;!: .'tin >!
i difficult position Th'
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to the,
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i p a de'
nee l I leers
l wi to k.i bul t Kin
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aalem Klryal Kai im is i
kibbuti
the hills I was born and
a farm, so I felt very much at
li.nne Yel there i> nothin
vincial about Kiryat Anavimit
is a center of international trav-
elers, and Hebrew is the common
language
At the kibbutz there were vol-
unteers from Finland. Japan. Eng-
land, Australia. Canada, and also
from France Some had been in
Nrael for several months and oth-
ers had just arrived
monotonous and hard, but neces-
sary-
With sunburned faces and ach-
ing muscles, we returned to the
kibbuti in the early afternoon.
Then there were sandbags to be
filled and windows to be taped.
On the morning of the fifth. I
waa working in tiw kitchen of the
dining hall We heard over a Iran-
sistoi sel that the war had started
in the south Everyone remained
calm. Around 11:30 am machine
i an up in the lulls i
-ii absolutely still, unl i
n I just ran to help gel the
children into a bunker Th. re is
nothing more frightening or pa
thetic than the faces of sleeping
children suddenly grabbed from
their beds to be rushed to shelters
The children didn't cry, but the
es did So.ne of the mothers
ha : tears in their e) es as they
songs to the children
The bunker was only big
enough for the children and a
couple of adults. The rest of us
returned to work the fight-
ing, after all, was further up the
hill.
During the afternoon, the fight-
ing became worse Arm) jeeps
sped up and down the road, lorri *
came and went. We heard the con
linual dull thud of pagazim (shells)
and the rat ta-tatat of machine gun
fire At this point, we were in a
make shift shelter by the first aid
station The "we" meaning my
sister Penina, two Japanese boys,
a physics student from the univer-
sity, a couple of kibbutzniklm, and
me.
we just sat listening to new- -
ports All day we heard bom >
and intermittent bursts of a
matic fire Israeli Mirages,
silver arrows, shot across th
circling, diving, and returning
our guardian angeds. Wednes
as another day of tension
waiting I was eager lo gel
Jerusalem.
Finally, on Thursday, I go^ a
ride with some soldiers to Je--
salem. Flags were flying fr;~
every window. Tanks, jeeos i"i
soldiers were everywhere. Peo-
ple were kissng in tl-ie stree";
After twenty years of pai'-
division, Jerusalem was re-
united.
1 got to tm --'
found e\ er) one ife Tl r<
I iut that night and I h
return to the kibbutz, in ord(
work the next day I spi nl Sb
ryi v u in and return
Jerusalem It was quite diffii u i
iacl ti ) living aft
w ar The university had been
verted Into a P 0 W c imp
course there
of the students a d li ... hers
-till m the army .
The first evening in the kibbutz.
I met all the kids and was told to
he at the chadar OH hel (dining hall'
at 4 am. It was still dark when I
got up. and a bit chilly. We had a
light breakfast and then clambered
ip on an onen truck to go to the
fields. The truck bumped and
raced down the road out of the
hills. The sk\ turned violet, then
dusk) pink; slowly the sun rose.
carrying gold and crimson ban-
\t\ tr a half hour ride, we
arrived at the fields Cotton fields
Acre after acre of green cotton
plants to be weeded That first day
we had no hoes, so we weeded by
hand it u a- ninet) tw >> d. rees
hot and dry das. The work was
We sat with ears glued to the
radio. We now knew that fighting
had broken out on all th* bor-
ders. I kept asking myself,
"What did we do? Why do they
want to destroy us?"
It was impossible to sleep that
night I was worried about my
married sister Pearl and her fam-
ilv. They live on the outskirts of
Jerusalem, on the way to Hadas-
-ah Hospital, ami from her apart-
ment, you can see Jordanian in-
stallations on the opposite hill We
knew that Jerusalem had become
a battlefield During the night, the
Jordanian radar station above the
kibbuti was captured, and with
the dawn came a deep quit t
The next day, Tuesdaj
to fill sand bags, Mainly
Our victory had been a mil
It was the result of urea! com
and tenacity, of determinate i
survive against any odds A Is-
raeli helicopter landed on the
of an Egyptian j.iil where six Is-
raeli pilots were being held "I
rescued th<> six men and retur
to their base with no casual
There was a direct hit on Sha
Tzedek Hospital; a -hell lai '
right in a ward where th. re
eighteen mothers and newboi
fants. The -hell did not explo
Classes began again, yel il -;
hard to return to school T
were emntv de-ks and long
lences There were friends .
wouldn't return The newspa -
were filled with death notic \
widow who lives near us -i
salem, a survivor of a conci
lion camp in World War n
her four son-all of them oft.
The sacrifices were great. T-
Israelis gave everything tt-/
had for this victorytheir I '
savins, their homes their c- -
dren, their parents. The vict?-<
came from inner strenoth i-l
conviction, from the love a~i
couraqe which are inheren* in
our people's history.
i )| e nust
today
1 CALL TO JEWISH PARE.\TS I
NEW DAILY HEBREW-NATIONAL DAY NURSERY AND KINDERGARTEN
For BOYS and GIRLS 3-6 Yean Old
STARTING Tl ESDI). SEPTEMBER 5th 1967 <> A.M.-5 I'M.
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ir AC Teaching StaH -V
if Indoor ana Outdoor Play and Recreation ir
Hot Lunches, /V.ilk and C
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i TRADITIONAL PROGRESSIVE SCHOOL WITH
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ELEMENTARY, INTERMEDIATE AND ADVANCED CHILDREN.
\*\l(Hw\{ \M: Prayer Reading, Hebrew Language, Hebrew Writing, Chumash .Tora'-
Neviim (Prophets), Customs and Ceremonies, History, Current Eve
and Congregational Singing.
YOUR (.Illl-H: Will get the best training for life The Spirit of the School w I ben
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Let Your child acquire more than a mere smattering of Jewish Knowledge!
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Pcge 4-B
* Jen #**#? fhridi^r
Frier 28,
. ^/fboitt f^coplc and f^laccs .
ROUND ABOUT
Lewis uk) Eileen Silbewnan we* vacatku
m London and Pahs London la quiti
ke New York after dark Th n home
to do \>hat everybody els< i
The nexi thing as Parents'
Day" al Blue Star Camp to see Richard and
- i i en home in ri il
Harrii I and Milton Green had them!
hall e's wedding in Indiana
n lime for .ill of th
AC l
;.. the i,
everything
S ?i ;it Th< SI lunch were
Mable Mrs Bi rl Walk r (Mrs. 1
dstrich, who had ;i- their guests Mrs
ibbins and Lois Mrs Richard I
bins Vlso present was Sandy Mrs Jacl i
strict) \"i" lunch they browsed through all of
while getting acquainted with the
comer in town, Lois Robbii -
DAISIES TELL
The decor was yellow and white with lots of
ktail buffet given by Dr and
Mrs Sherman 1! Kaplan to announce tin1 engage-
of their daughter, Barbara. ><> Barrj Steven
Barbara looked adorable all in yellow.
"s parents, Mr and Mrs Robert Turner, flew
in from New York to be at the party. Valeric
in and Barbara Einhorn. who take the credit
for introducing the newly engaged couple, were
there, of course Most of the Kaplan clan is \aca
ng in Europe but those who were at homo
ded It was fun saying hello to everybody
.in,I there were lots of people to say hello to.
tmong the guests were Dr. and Mrs Donald
Michnoff, Mr and Mrs. Jack Courshon. Dr and
Mr- Louis Lytton, Dr. and Mrs Lewis Capland.
Dr and Mrs .lames Furlong. Mr and Mrs. Jules
Mufson, Mr and Mrs John Porte. Dr. and Mrs.
Jerome Benson. Dr. and Mrs Stanley Frehling,
Mr and Mrs. Leonard Friedland. Mr and Mrs
Jerry Blank. Mr and Mrs Sam Blank. Mr and
Mr< Irving Cowan, Mr and Mrs Sidney Arono-
]/ Arlene Rand. Deans Cohen. Dr Larry
Scheln, Dr and Mrs Leon Manheimer and Dr.
and Mrs. Robert Jaffe
JUST BEFORE THE WEDDING
Parties, parties, parties .
all in honor to
Bete) sirs who married Robert Grossman.
last Sundaj Mr. and Mrs Ltttet Ratsky afcd
daughter Dale had a brunch at the Eden Ro<
Everything was pink and white except thi B
Marys Skip Gould who was an usher, was able
s well as Beryl s'<'> was m i
family, except for Dr Michael Berk, Mrs I
Grenwald .md i ward The same aft<
! >wer luncheon at the A lei was
bj I illian E senbi rs Libby Greei and Mrs
Samuels Since Bi tsj is I olli
and Roses" the
Betsy's favoi ite.........all about There
galore ^ r guests
Mrs Mrs Harold Zinn Mr- E\ a I
Mrs Charles I Mi R ibi rl l yni I Mrs
I and Mrs Th<
hostesses daughters !< all there too \bbe
and Jill Eisenberg. Arlyn Samuels Pats
and Dale daughter ol Mrs Lester Ratsky Mrs
Harry SI. \ was might) glad that Bets> is
daughter and b) the same token Mrs Ro
Grossman i delighted lo If getting such .>
I tei in law The nexl evenl w as
family and out-of-town guests given '" Mrs In
ing Kubm at the Sea Coast Sinci il was B ts) -
birthday. Mrs Rubin surprised the brideto be ith
a huge birthdaj cake, all pink and red roses The
last aifair before the wedding Mas 'he rehearsal
r al the Eden Roc given b) Mr and Mrs
Robert Grossman Next day was the lovel)
ding and then, according to Carolyn Grossman.
the mother ot the groom, she was going to fall
Hat on her face and sleep for a week Same thing,
the mother of the bride'
WHICH IS BETTER?
N it lies', in -il at home and watch the Miss
Universe Contest on the TV or join the mob in
the Miami I'.each Auditorium" The people at
home couldn't see Chuck Zink waving his hands
like a chicken or the choreographer doing steps
that the girls couldn't even copy They couldn't
hear all the excitement, which was tremendous
Sylvia Friedman, chairman of hostesses, was ev-
erywhere at once, although she did stop every
once in a while to give her husband. Philip. a
little kiss No doubt the first time she had seen
him in weeks Mr and Mrs Louis Barron were
talking to Mr. and Mrs Henry Gewitl in the
lobby. Spotted around the auditorium were Mrs
Alexander Kogan. Mr, and Mrs Alan Stoler, Mrs
Trixie Levin, Mr and Mrs Mai Englander, and
Mr and Mrs Joseph Malek
Frances Lehman
Rosenfelds Tell of
Ellen's Engagement
Mi and Mi s Harry Ron
Beach announce
enl
to Mi 11 bert M
Son "f Mr and Mrs Ra
of North Miami Be
Misa Roaenfatd is preset
.u>n major at the I ni
ol m im m Sti rabei .
1 '
sllPI
\ January wedding 1- >'
-
Academy Starts High School Program
At the request f numerous StU- Bible Prophets. Jewish history and
1 king admission to the He- Jewish law.
brew Vcadem) Olga and Margaret
Weishous Girls Huh School, the
administration announces
brew classes These classes are de
I ing of special studies He-
1 to accommodate students
With a limited Hebrew background.
BCCI lerate I pro-ram has
1 ilmed. according to Rabbi
A s. principal of the
school which will "fill the needs
1 these sti del *-| have not had
Uv irtunit) ol an elementary
1 tr high program." Subjects
ii ded in this special program
are Hebrew language, literature.
The secular program of the high
school will be on the highest aca-
demic level lor all students regard
Of Hebrew background The
Hebrew Academy Girls High School
is the only Yeshiva High School for
girls m the entire southeastern re-
. ion of the United Stales
Similar classes and special stud
les programs have been instituted
on the junior high and elementary
levels of the Academy for three
: "The) have been most sue-
it Mful under the guidance of the
Academy's outstanding teaching
staff Most students have bean able
to adjust to regular class levels
within a short time." Rabbi Gross
said.
True Sisters at Jordan Marsh
True Sisters throughout the
United states will celebrate their
annual get together Wednesday,
tug 2 The Miami No 4.1 Chapter
will meet at Jordan Marsh for
luncheon and card part) Pi WS
will be pre-.'Died
fUEN UTN KOSENEEID
D'Artega Conducts
Marine Concert
[> Arl a bi old :'. orit<
Miami ai I will '";'"'
directl) from Rome to con
Mai nc' fit ad 1 ncerts on July
ind Aueusl 5 His
July 29 will feal \ Evans
soprano and William Di
Bom Ufonso I) \\:< ga ol Spa
pan Mi- the conductoi wa
and educated In Ihe I nited Stales
He has been living in Rome t"i
the pa-! 7 )i .11 -
He has conducted man) major
symphony orchestras and has given
hundreds of benefil concerts for
Hah. Israel, the French University
, of New York and others The reci
punt ol many awards for his mo
ti.m picture and television composi
tions, D'Artega was commissioned
to compose the "Requiem Mass for
John F Kennedy.' which was heard
in Home b) the Vatican
Anne Evans soprano and \\ d
liain Dclk, baritone, have both
appeared in musical corned) and
Mi Dclk wa- in the original com
i pany of "Becket" on Broadway In
the acting role Delk will sing two
numgers from Uershwin's 'P
I Bess I Got Plent) >: Nuthin.'
and It Aln'1 N< ccssai il) S
Isabel Grove is vacation-
ing in Europe Her column
will be resumed upon her
return.
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Conducting
ltrsh itin I'louriim
ANNE EVANS WILLIAM DELK
SoP'* Baritone
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Relatives Here
For Kirahens
(.ohlni Parh
l ,.,, and Fann' K rahci
eel Miramai wi
rati bin BOth weddin
larj v. ust 12th
Mai 11, d in >'. 1 lin in 19
came to this countr> in
.,- oined by his w 11 and
. i- Sylvia Ziffer and Ruth I
een
\i 11\ing foi tin
Mi and Mrs Arie Spector
hit 1 in law and tw
children and arriving later *
Mr ai 'i Mrs Kirshen of New
City, Jacob Spector and
Califon sir ind
Sol Fischler, 0 Montreal
The Golden Uiniven !
brants wM be blessed t>> I r M..\
\ Lipaebiti at servkea Satui
mornint!. August 12th al Bel rorah
Congregation A kiddu-h endered
heir four grandcbildren .:i
on on Sunday, 'he 13th
Mrs Evrald Ziffer and Mi
and lira Murray PlaM u U five a
ption bonorinc 'he oci isiot
the home ot the /.i!f-r>. 2380 S
lyyth street. \ Miami Beach

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\m~rltarwiinal\
/.c njj
o ph a n s
'Wo r U
JfewiisJb Flaridian
Friday. ]
ing nighl at the Coconut
Playhouse is always an
venl particularly with
their ntcrtaining presentation of
> .. reall) delightful
oo Dress for an open
. especially in summer,
: rom miniskirts to i .>
i ns \ir- Ze\ Bui man,
the pi iducer, chose a
iniskiii w huh featured a
b ck hi- floor
>al |i :iiilti colored
.I'h a hoi pink
floor length coal
.! v in b) Mrs Henrj
i ifi white chiffon scarl
ked in the neckline ol
i
leri I i boae t iii-
;i,;.. and white combination
The *hite front panel of her
m., was embroidered in tur
-iu :- Black and bone wai the
< lor rombmation cboaen bj
Mi uis Seitlin Her 01 ersue
1 ,,l prinl w.i- belted in
1 ved the free form
v m back
% -. and white were comb
in irt print seen on Mrs
I 1 Uokin Her silk, waisl
u dress combined a deep
i slecx e a ith a modified
I .1 klino Mr- Sail) Morse
iced lemon knil White
' v ;i> color trim on her cowled
rfici ind pocket
\! B< 1 nar I Abel's n
1 a '. m .1- .1 Kii.ii c, mreii h
It '. a hi inded neckl
.1 irii .il closing
iwle Iron! the skirl Visiting family
in M i, is Mrs Sheila Taylor
Dirt... Knuland sin- was in a
' I'M 1 black floor length en
t- n h with the I-id. e beaded in
k-i sequins ami paillettes Seen
chatting during intermission was
Miss Ivey Tbayer She .i- obvi-
ousl) enjoying the performance
as we noticed her wearing a pas-
ii 1 floral print in the free form
silhouette Mrs Nomi Zank -
three itre ensemble was
in 'in n u tomato red
ii in mpo ted Italian tilk with
a Moral appliqued white silk or
Hand) blouse
Miss .1 d) Ka 1.1- wi ii
1 i textured
linen, ith the do 1 her
1.H k, in i-j-s Mrs Saul
Blake prinl was in pink, blue
and green ai 1 feature I radiating
lines from her cowl neckline
Hudson County Residents
Invited To Meeting
The Hudson Count) Club of Mi
ami Beach will hold a mid-summer
meeting and get together in the
Auditorium of Washington Federal
Savings ami Loan Association
1234 Washington Ave on Monda)
July 31, a) a p.m Former resi
dents of Hudson County are invited
and become
.< lei members
Zionist Workers
Honor Son in ZOA
Miami Beach Zionist leaders,
Max and Ttllie Fierman formerly
if Pittsburgh, have just present -d
l heir son Maur ce l iei an, a resi
dent of thai cit) with a life mem-
bership in the Zionist Organization
America upon the occasion of
his birthda) The membership will
1 enroll his wife Alel
Max is presentl) a member ol the
vi men hei 1 the Pittsburgh
isl District I'M man) >ears be
fare moving 10 Florida
Max 1- presentl) a member of the
Board of Directors of the Miami
Beach Zionist District and is co-
chairman of the Southeast Region
ZOA correspondence committee,
and spends considerable time volun
leering his sen ices in the office ol
the Southeast Region
nilie, last yeai served as co>
chairman of the Women's 11 istess
. ommittee for Ihe Weekly Luncheon
Club
Spiritual Leader
Listed in Volumes
Rabbi l>. Isaac Hirsh Ever,
spiritual leader of Agudath Israel
,Hebrew Institute and executive di
rector of the Orthodox \ ,t.t<\ Ha
kashruth, is again represented in
"Who's Who in the Sou t h and
Southwest for 1967-68." the "Roy-
al Blue Book and tru- "Dictionar)
01 International Biograph) The
tuthor "f man) volumes Dr Ever
is now preparing for publication a
M'lum in Hebrew "The Jo) ol
Isaac lectures for Hebrew schol
irs and theological -indents \ .,.
being compiled for publication is
a volume of essaj i inder the titl
"The Place of Religion in the
World "
Ben Saks Delegate
At Pharmacy Meet
l the 43i '. annual inl -n itional
"ii of th- Rho Pi Phi Phar
maey Fraternit) held at tin- El
San Juan and Amei 1 ii hotels in
Puerl > lino Jul) 23rd through the
27th, Ben Saks ager
ol the Southeast I
Associat
this an a
Mr. Saks f n.
\d\ ison 1 'ouncil
South I \
yea 1 -
Th<- Florida chapti rs ol Rho Pi
Phi Pharmaceutical Fraternity, in-
cluding the undergraduate Sigma
Chapter at th- t niversit) ol Flor
Ida recently celebrated their tenth
anniversary in conjunction with
the Regional Conference held at
the Fontainebleau Hotel
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r ^a^ak afl W bBHsI
ii.- m Mlrf
jil leaving for L
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Food ".,.,. 0rc|0f
LOUIS WITKIN
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Pharmacists Hear
Aerosol Expert
Dr John .1 Sciarra professor of
pharmaceutical chemistry of st
John's University of Jamaica, L 1
New York will be principal speak-
er .1! the seminar on aerosol medi
cations on Tuesda) evening, Aug I
at the NCR building. 29th St and
ne ISlvd
The \ S M Department of Phar
mac) ol Florida A A M University,
Tallaha&sec, which is presentin
Dr Sciarra has invited all phar-
macies In attend the seminar
en in conjunction with the month-
I) meeting of the Southeast Florida
Pharmaceutical Association
Details for the s\ mposium were
worked out in Tallahassee between
Dr Hurd Jones, dean, and Profes-
sors Kenneth (' Davis and Robert
Scai hou ii of the faculty, together
with .' committee of the Southeast
Florida Pharmaceutical Association
consi Sid Simkowitz, presi-
dent; Jerry Stern, past president
ind Ben Saks, secretary mana
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Ifith si is visiting her sist ,- and
brother-in-law, Mr and Mrs. Victor
II Katz, of l niontow n, Pa She
will also spend some time with her
brother and sister in law. Mr
Mis Bernard Ehrenreich, N'ati
Heights Pa
Herb and Eve!) n Login of K<>
stone Island are back from a 10
da) trip to North Carolina [1
ipel Hill the) met with son
David who will enter the Univer
sit) Ol North Carolina in Septein
i-r The) staved for several davs
near Blowing Rock at a
l The Hour s Ear v\ here
Herb and Evel) n West\ iew n
in several rounds
mountain golf, Enroute hoi 1 I
t>riefl) in Hcndersi
Rabb and Mrs In ing I 1
leave ;; :- week 0 .1 trip th it will
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Friday. July 28 19=7
fffANCES
WOMAN OF THE WEEK
pr Shapiro's
had
a n m childhood in Hartford
oftwohrotl
and itwelv.
the famil} moved to a soi i v
'
high school So she was sent to
the Sufi \cademy
er shi
cam,, ai ssistai I buyer of h
She had met her future bus-
, -.-venteen. but
it was an on again, off-again ro-
mani'
a they did get married.
they moved back to Hartford, and
Jack went into business Frances
ran the business while Jack did his
Stint in the infantry Knowing that
she would worry. Jack predated
his letters to her. so she had no
idea he was first in F.neland and then in France Her first
news that h- had been wounded D Day plus four came in
a telegram He was among the casualties sent home on the
first hospital troop ship The townspeople where they were
sent to convalesce collected a fund to be used by the soldiers
,o call their families Jack was one of the fortunate ones
his phone call on her birthday was a wonderful present for
Frames His nine months stay in the hospital and the saw
of Frances trying to reach him would make an adven-
ture story-
Jack and Frances are very close. When after twelve
years Cod gave them a son it was as if the whole world
had burst into bloom for them Son Kenneth now attends
the Universit) of Florida Jack, whose heel had been shot
away suffered great deal with it Doctor, suggested that
they move to Florida, where the warm climate miuht help
"Thev moved to Miami Beach in 1959 At once Frances
threw herself into the same activities that had held her
interest up North .the welfare and education of her
s,,n (ub Scouts. PTA. the whole bit When they joined
Temple Beth Sholom. they found a wonderful spiritual
home Both are active in the life of the Temple Always i
willing volunteer for all the extra drives that come with
being Ml the Si-terhood Board, she is a past officer of the
Palm Hibiscus Garden Club also, and is president elect of
the Justine Chapter of American Jewish Congress
Anything that Frances can do with her hands is fascin-
ating to her Presently she is on a beaded flower kick She
takes at least one new arts and crafts ours,- each >ear.
along with the Adult Education courses at the Temple She
Hebrew She loves to cook, and a mutual
interest in cookery i part of their life Jack is representative
Of :. New York food company The Shapiros reall) have an
experimental kitchen at home Jack comes home with the
most fantastic ideas and says. "Let's try It!" Mostly the]
out-of-this world" desserts like cheese cakes and such
sine- Jack's work is with bakery products, thej d n't gel
10 excited al serti Like all of us. the Shapiros watch
their m they have made up several good weight-
watcher's recip*
As .i young married couple. Jack and Frances worked
together and she acknowledged him as boss He taught her
business tactics that also are effective in life and in club
and community work The attitudes that are important in
employee-management relations make for good feelings In
ever) phase of life.
They like to spend quiet evenings at home, reading or
chatting with friends Frances enjoys supervising and plan-
ning big dinners, however, as much as she enjoys cooking
for two This year, because of her presidency and Jack's
being president of the Southeast Federation of Temple
Brotherhoods their community activities are stepped up a
bit. but they will both take it in stride and make it a wonder
ful | not only for their organuations but for each
person ihey come in contact with who will be made
just a little happier. ______________
"If* W vdding Tim^r
FLOWERS
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BLOSSOM SHOP
(Mtrcmntil* Mmtiiiml Bank BoWiima)
1616 Washington Ave., Miami Beach CALL JE 2 3231
SUberman~Brtu$
On Jill) ~nd. in an evening
wedding, Adrianne Brass and Joel
Harold Silberman were united in
mania re Rabbi Irwin Cutlei
at the Southwest ^ MH '' "'
The bride is the daughter of Mi
and Mrs Gerald Brass, wi S W
63rd ( ourl Miami, the grc
mother is Mi- E '"an. ot
Barbara Pn -- ,"ui''
: Honor and Brid
IV. S.

ri and \deline S
Uncle om. Sam W xler
Best Man and
IF

Heiaine Block cousin of lh
. u flowei girl and Irwin
.-, also a cousin, acted a-
bearer
Mrs Silberman chose for her
wed.: bO
due of hand-drawn lace with em
1 pearl motif and long
sleeves The Aline skirt
wa- also of lace Her train of -ilk
anza fell from a soft bow at
he center of her shoulders Her
headpiece was a cluster of hand
clipped alencon lace leaves with
pearls and sprinkled with Lrrides
cert crystal. Rraced with elbow
length tiered silk illusion veiling
The bridal bouquet was a fall
of white carnations with a white
orchid in the center
Mrs Silberman graduated from
Coral Gables Senior High School
and from the University of Florida,
with a Bachelor of Arts degree
The groom graduated Palatka
High School as valedictorian He
n eived his Bachelor of Science
ee from the University of
; Florida where he majored in
' chemistry He will begin dental
school at the Universit) of Mar)
land in the fall
Following a reception the couple
left for a honeymoon in Niagara
Falls They will make their home
in Lansdowne. Maryland.
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Holds Party
Sisterhood of Temple Israel is
extending an invitation to Members
and friends to attend their Annual
Summer Luncheon and Card Part)
vYednesda) August 2nd, 12 n
, at Temple Israel 137 N E 19th
Street Miami
Prizes will be awarded and a
sale of home baked cakes is on the
program. The proceeds will benefit
the Sisterhood Workshop program
Reservations ma) be ma
the Temple Office
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4 Robert Dot
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Madeira Coral Gables and
Mn Eva Uiria Rabbi All
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Mi i one chose for her
ice gown with n
...... trimmed with n
feat iring a ch
n on the gown Her bouq i<
was cs with whit<
bids
Matron of h Mrs Ba
H Rohan, sister of the bride
Wclkind. an
Bi learn '- '' i M:' ''
iter of th<
D .., Weinstein the
\. i)d Friedman, broth, i
iw of the groom served -
Ushers included Or Rons i
H Rohan. Larry Apple .tonn i:
man. John Fisher, Peter Jonas and
James Camner Lisa Apple, eo
of the bride was flower eirl and
the groom's nephews. Kdward and
Stephen Friedman, were ring bear
Grandmothers, Mrs sotom-,
Ko\ Mrs I ouis Welkind and Mrs
\ ..n Gottner were also in the
bridal parts
Mrs Lurie graduated Miami Se
nior High School where she joined
social sorority Phi Sigma Tan V
,.f the University of Mi
mi with a Bachelor of F.duca1
the will teach in Austin
|>xas She la a member of FEA
and MEA
The groom graduated Coral Gs
High School and the University
of Florida where h- was a mem
ber <>f Pi l.amb (emits and the following honorary
fraternities. Phi Kappa Phi. Phi
Alpha Theta and Phi F.ta Sigma
He was also the holder of a Ford
Foundation Fellowship He will at
tend the University of Texas th.n
fall on a National Defense Fellow
ship to do graduate work in Amer-
ican civilization.
Following a honeymoon in New
Orleans the couple will reside in
Austin. Texas
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MRS POBERT D. GROSSMAN, JR.
the late Sunday afternoon rere
monj held ll tin' Kontainebleau
Hotel where .* reception and dinner
followed.
i he bride u oi e an \\ orj tone
h net appliqued
with Alencon lace featuring a
i neckline and raised
waisl n i a Line ^ku t
had a detachal le cath Iral li
A.,-, au train of 1 el with
ifs ol Mem I with
arls A bouffant ve
I icn illusion !
leau "t matchin rii sii
: (I an old fash
of white

'I he i'1 idi sn aids
: lillii i "' '!i- vallev
and blue roses and wore flooi
length m >dels ol confetti I
m ith a cuffi rais
i .1 waist ai (I A line skirt, with
matching confetti blue (>'>us In
heir hair
Maid n! Honor \ man. sister "i the
Other attendants were Mrs Mitchell
Herzog, of New < >i It iiti~. Miss Janet
Parker and Miss H Pale >>i Mi imi
\ bckr Beach; and Mrs Norman Sheldon.
of Denver, Colorado Donna and
Suaan Fleming, also dressed in con
MRS. IAN RUDNICK
A-1.1111' white wedding
cs
Maurice B Rudnick, of Houston.
i i i
Mrs Rudnick chose for her
bridal noun imported silk organza
over taffeta The bodice was ap
pi qued i'. Ih r< embroiderd .Men
con lai i I eaturing an \ line si
(he fashioned w ith a de-
tachable Watteau tram 'I he veil
w.i- a pill box of matching Alen
con laee and imported silk illusion.
The cap was encrusted with seed
ai N ai I sequins.
Mrs Jack Moss, sister ol the
bride a.i- Matron ol Honoi Maul
il Hon r v as Mis ( he lc i
sister en the groom, with Sherril
Ubert. Susan I. and Nancj Polk,
i ousin hi lhe bi ide, as Bi ides maids
'I'lu mourn chose his grandfather,
1.....ph M Gro -. i i act as Be t Man
I shers included Sheldon C'imei
.lack Gunther, Robert Hiller and
.tack Moss, brother-in-law of the
bride Flower girl was a men- of
the bride, Amy Lynne Moss
Mrs Hudmck graduated from
i'oral Gables Senior High School
and attended the University of
Florida She graduated from the
University of Miami with a Bache
gown of 'or of Arts degree
.
fetti blue gowns, served as flower Peau do Soi with wrist point length The groom also graduated Coral
girls
sleeves, appliqued with Alencon
Gables Senior High He attended
B H. Beryll Sley. brother of the fIce ,nd'featuring a hemline oi Massachusetts Institute of lech
bride was Best Man Ishers were the ,ace er fingertip Illusion fell ^ologym Cambridge Mass. He Is a
Stanley Gould, of Detroit. Samuel from a headpiece fashioned into a Cum Laude graduate of the Urn-
Gray. Miami. Geoffery Ruh.n. El- flower of seedpearl-decorated pet- versity of Miami and received his
mil a. New York, and James Weiss- ,|8. She carried orchids on a bible. ****'? De?ree ,n ,,h>Mts f""n
man of Wilkos Barre. Pa.
Mrs Grossman graduated from
Miami Beach High School and the
University of Colorado where she
served .is president of her Sorority,
\ pha Epsilon I'hi She also did
graduate work at the University of
Maryland
l be groom graduated from Miami
Beach High and received his B A
from the University of Virginia He
Mrs Chotiner is a graduate of
Norland High School and received
her degree in education from the
University of Florida. She is a
the University
Following a
houovmoon in
MRS. EDGAR MILUR, JR.
College where -he was a member ->'
Phi Theta Kappa Seholastl I
orary She was graduated Summa
Cum l.aude from the University of
Miami where she v. as elected to
membership in l'hi Kappa Phi. Del
ta Theta Mu. Beta Beta Beta and
Kappa Delta Pi She is now at
tending graduate school at the
Ochos Rios and Kingston. Jamaica university of Miami. Department
the couple will live at 6150 S W
37th Street. Fort I.auderdale. where
member of Alpha Epsilon Phi so- towar(J hjs ph fc m g
cial societ> She will teach in
Gainesville
the groom will bo doing research
Physics,
Mr Chotiner is a graduate of
Pompano Beach High School and
received his degree from the Uni-
versity of Florida where he was a
MUler-GUaon
Darvl Ann Gilson and A Edsar
of Microbiology where she was
granted a Fellowship
Mr Miller is the son ol Mr and
Mrs A Edgar Miller 4205 An
son Read. Coral Gables, He is a
graduate of (oral Gables High M I
attended Duke University where
he was a member of Zeta Beta Taj
MRS. ALAN CHOr/Nff
GrostmanSley
li double rii eat Relight
Jul) 23rd Betsy Ann
S aa hter and Mrs
bride will teach 5th grade at Met
ralfe El< mental i School.
Chotiner-Tuchband
In a double ring candlelight cere-
mony on Saturdaj night at Beth
I -i..h. Synagogue, Miss Barbara
Ellen Tiiehb.mil. daughter ol Mr
.md Mrs i. Tuchbai d, 1001 S \N
upon their return will make their
home in Gainesville
Rutlnit'k'll orslmic
In a yellow and orange setting.
Andrea Warshaw and Ian Stuart
Rudnick became husband and wife
in a double ring, candlelight cere
inonv at the DeauMlle Hotel on
and attended Miami Dado Jr Gables
183rd Drive Miami, became the Suni|av d(,,k
bride ot Mr Alan Stephen Chotiner,
-on of Mr and Mrs S Chotiner, ".
H" f 4731 Pinetre. Drive, pompano Beach Rabbi Max Shapiro
Mian and Ph i be ifficiated
r bride of I I Donui
i. mai Jr., son ol Mr ind Mrs
Robert I Gn ma I Rlvo Alto
Mrs Jimmy Grimm was matron
i't honor and llarlean Mark- I'eddi
Bresl.iw and Ina Rapchik were
bridesmaids Mr Robert Chotimr.
Rabbi J ph n n i ifficiated al brother of the groom was best man
with Kick Arnovitz, Mike Segal
Larry Reich and Joe Goldstein
ushi i ing
The bride selected fl > >r length
ihe bi ide the daughter of Mi
and Mrs William H Warshaw
5736San Vicente, ''oral Gables; the
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BETWEEN VIII AND ME
By DORIS SMOLAR
Community Currents: The Anun
t 11 Jewish community will nevei
the -aim' after the present dra
atk outpouring 01 millions ot
lUars in most generous -ifts lo life
nael Emergenc) Fund "i the
ited Jewish Appeal a;ui in the
precedi nted buj ing of Israel
I Ulda A new chapter has now
teen opened in the history of the
American Jewish community a
: upter which changes entirely the
i -lage of American Jewry \
one now saj i'Ii cer
teresl ol Ami i
- in things Jewish is
nasses ol Jews
nevei before
! shness
id up to in counted duiing the
ij v hi ; Israel was in u fight for
i" existen e Never before con-
buting i an) Jewish cause the)
ihed 10 "ilfi contributions to the
r nergenc) Fund f"r humanitarian
eds n Israel without even being
- licited No' td speak ol those
. w> who were always in the ranks
coni i nd exceeded them-
- Ives this time to the highest level
giving An evaluation of this
phenomenon in the sense of
.'.wish awakening is still to come
Organised Jewish communities.
. well ;i- Jewish organizations now
iw a in v held to stud) They
ue lists -'i thousands and thou-
> nd> and thousands ol Jews who
: !> Ih' pai: and parcel
the Jewish community and who
d not respond lo calls <>t Jew
h responsibilities Many of
-< -. I discot ered" .'i w u ill
now on after having
en awakened by Israel's six-day
.. which shook tluin and
world The Jewish Kedera-
t hi- and Welfare Funds will now
i then way to such elements of
\v ir' 'hen communities who
been given up as not
rwishlj interested They uili
e to take inventor) of the factors
lat brought these element- i
a--*' to the cause of Israi it time
a crisis having never before dis
ayed an; interest in Israel at
. I New avenues for the future
Judaism in this countr) mi
due consideration is
en to the various [actors thai
.. Jew ish emotions
nong n nai Jew s M"~< Jew
feel e practical!) non-
istent yen getting wi ..k< r
.(I weak'-
inside u J.A.: The total of the
\ millions ol dollar- contribut
i b) Ami nan Jewry to the I
enc) Fund ol the United Jew
I. Api'.-.i will probabl) ot be
ade public for a long time to (
Nor will the public know ol
e immei w role played bj Hal.hi
erberl I1 Friedman, tin i J \
ecutivi
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w r> had to be mobilized for un-
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Pub .' tu: mTidiUi l-e MvertiSMf Co
precedented giving Rabbi Fried-
man proved himself in those days
a person of extraordinary ability
..- .,' organizei and a man who can
inspire others to rise t<> the highest
'its in moments of need .
It is no easy matter to stimulate
individual donors to give a million,
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ers ol the Israi I (trgani-
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.'id Welfare Funds
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key cities Jewish community
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paign developments and Lave in
return information on the progress
of the campaigns in their communi
ties At the same time he in
traduced a now form ol confiden-
tial communication by distributing
videotape bulletins to SO com
munities Within a few days it
became apparent thai the respo
of the American Jewish communit)
to the UJA's Israel Emergency
Fund was unprecedented ixith in
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the late hours Locally, each
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humanitarian needs ... Louis Fox.
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touch with welfare fund presidents
and executive director- ol 230
organized communities who were
briefi i j meeting
m New York ami who perform)
'id Job Tin ic was the
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Analyses The Six
Day Arab War
By I SHARGIL
Jerusalem
Dcfenx: MinUtcr Moahe Dayan
. n fle live mood, analyzed the
es which led to the outbreak
of the six-da) war last month, the
easons for the Arab defeat and
:h<- implications ol Israel's victory
when he addressed the thirteenth
graduation ceremony of the Israel
trmy's staff and command school
somewhere in Israel" last week
Tlie actions l>> President Nas-
ser ol Rgypt .vliuli led directlj lo
he outbreak of the war, <' n
.'. v an said, wore baaed on the
assumption that after the evacua-
:ion of the United Nations Enter-
Force he would seiie the
Strait of Tiran This in turn would
' an attempt to break th
l ade which would lead to u at
"f t' re was ar, according to
Nasser s reasoning, he would win
if Israel did not read bj
Naasei would have
d .i political victor)
Bui I Gen. I "a in the E jyp
nl made four mistaki -
nder estimated the strength of
Israel Arm) because he be
tl the LB66 Sinai ictorj was
i
exafl [ei ated belief in
i ot h e r Vrab
saw them o|
li \ client Russian eo,
i Id exen is* and w as im
by the numbers "f tanks
i the
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' c which sail and 2 tal fat oi table
per hai e been added shortenii
i |j ion salt I n> n<
- teaspoon pepper
Veal Chops li, green
I'm eason
shake I a and
well \dd 2 tabli rtahli
ii melted and vei j o nut crov ri n dui
. all chops are di i
n skillet ejjetj >|j
until :: i al i- tendi r Sene
POTTED CALVES' TONGUE WITH VEGETABLES
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Smal al -. ce or
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celery diced
carrots diet d
potatoes quartered
Hi string beans
general man ground in dietarj la Our stain-
a er nl the Dupont Plaza Hotel, less steel kitchens feature the lat .!,
and Arthur Teichner, catering esl in modem equipment. Our
Master Chefs pn pai delectable,
gourmet dishes to tempt the palate
pastrj chef, one of the finest in ':'
the United States c.ean superbl)
delicious and artfui masterpieces,
shortening over medium heat add onions and stew until
1 lranlucei I Vi.i ai lie, toi ind sauce and sti a
adding watei a little al a tune until tongues aim ist soft;
add vegetables and mon water ii neccssan
manager tins week announced the
cilitii for Kosher
>atering
Stallations and other business and
social hmction
Groups ranking from 15 to 1500
can be accommodated for wed- especially in wedding cakes.'
dings Bar Mitzvahs banquets, in- \.. ,
\lr reichner further stated
'Whether you desire a room over
looking Biscayne Bay, the Miami
According lo Mr Teichner, who River or the Miami skyline, one of
ha- >ide knowledge ami back ""' luxurious!) decorated banquet
rooms is certain to delight yon''
cause he was still thinking in terms w,:h more ,han 20 vears' ex
ot the old methods of war, and. pe,'?cncc '" ,,u' catcnn8 l"'ll k>
finaUy. he under-estimated the im "'"> ,he ia'"' manager of the
nee of the first strike
The Defense Minister said
that Israel must utiliie the ad-
vantages it had won in the six-
day war to secure a revision in
its relations with the Arabs.
What was done in 194* (when
the Arab invasion ot the newly-
proclaimed State of Israel ended
in establishment of armistices
rather than peace *ireements)
did not have any bearing on
what was to be done in 1967, he
stressed.
.me re*ision of its rt i itb
intei inal foi es ll<- poii
out liia! Israel, inoic than any
othei state in Ihe world
pende on intei national commit
oients and actio
United Natioi [Is
i ,M hoi di rs and ending up with
Natioi nl v i
of Tiranthe gatewaj to the <; ill
\i. !>a and access to Israel s
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Friday. July 28. 1967
Soviet Reappraisal
Of Middle East
1 iNDDN JTA) Foreign Hill-
Abba S Eban of Israel I I
-.-. ih.it the s vu l Union
uate its position in the
what he
IN ns Gen-

member
I
the S now reap-
si
thei
re were faint
signs f sui
Soviet
ling with
ihe Arabs for a mo n of
B
ve It will
se< how
The n minis
- with Fi anee" and h -
li re-
nship Hi w General Vs
session had shown that
Id opinion clearly wanted a
radical remedy in the Middle I
| it ration of the pre-June
situation that led to war He '
it was becoming clear that world
opinion was "getting fed up with
Arab belligerence "
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O. Of what significance is the
coffin in the burial of the dead?
\ Historia alize in
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,;, m; that tl as such
was originally used onlj as .<
of transportation when
the gravi was far awaj from
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dual died 1 hus Josi i h
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transformed to their burial
lot in a coffin, that they never-
theless be removed from the
coffin and placed in the
grave without the coffin In
such a case the coffin was
usually burned since it- use
was prohibited once it had
already bei-n used by the
the corpse for which '. Wl*
originally acquired.
O. Why is the face of the deceased
always covered in traditional Jew-
ish funerals?
A. Originally, it seems that some
had their face' iu
This led to a t'toation whore
the rich who ce ild *fford to
doctor up the faces Oi then
deceased would have the
faces uncovered while the
poor cov'd not afford such
luxury would have tneir
covered >. embarrassment. It
was thus ordained that ''. the
faces of the deceased be cover-
ed 50 .' to make no distUIC-
in between rich and poor
Generallj -; the rab
bis sough) to pn hibil the
bodies of tl i -ed from
being uncovi n d so as to pre-

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lav, July .28, 1.9.67.
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Page 11-E
rael Publishes It lark hook
Union has coniittentty siip-
Ited Arab belligerency against
|aH despite the know ledge that
Arabs sought the total destnic-
of Israel.
!x* book reproduces speeches by
ERUSAI KM fJTA)The Israel nents and similar dorunients at
feign ginistr-/ uwtied 78-pngv, ,lns. to ,he l.,,w. M.nMfication
I f Moscow with the Arab ant,-
srael cause.
The theme of the volume Is that
the Soviet Union identified Itself
unreservedly with the Arab designs
against Israel, gave the Arabs full
hb and Soviet leaders, letters, political backing and supplied them
fiefs submitted to the United Na- with slogans and arguments the)
v v. published government state knew to be untrue
Dr. Albert Sabin
Visits Argentina
Bl EN06 A1RKS (.ITAi Dr.
Albeit Sabm. the American Jew
ISh scientist and discoverer of the
oral polio vaccine, was received
today by lien. Juan Carlos Ongania.
the President of Argentina at the
Casa Hos.-ida. Dr Sabin Is visiting
Argentins as the guest of the Ar-
LEGAL NOTICE
gentine Jewish Institute for Cul-
ture and Information
The scientist was also received
toda) by Mayor Eugenie Schettini
of Buenos fUres and participated
\n a 90-minute television panel
show with Argentina's most dia
tinguished physicians On Sunday.
Dr. Sabin was the guest of honor
at a luncheon given by Lieut Gen.
Julio Alsegarry, eoimnander-in-
ehief of the Argentine Army
LEGAL NOTICE
itangl Tip on Bormann
1ONDON (JTA) The re- definite information that Rorman
IN AND FOR DADE. COUNTY.
FLORIDA. IN PRCBA" ?.
, IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
No. 7S112B
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NOTICE TOCRED.TOR-.
To AH CrwMton and All P>ron<
tluvlng Claim* of Demand* AKaln1
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rent request to Brazil bv the West was in Brazil and termed their '"'" r' hereto notinl id <
* ( |r. .- hi ;in\ K,im* and il.m.iiiil-.
rman Government for the ar acUon a prccuationary measure. Iwhhh you m..> bav. iui in. e*-
...... -..._. '-' BTRON .1 Toil.i. rt.. .!. .1
fst and extradition of Martin Stangl. who liven in Brazil for'..,', ( i..,.i. Counts, Florida, t.. Hie
j u ii. i j .. i_- .[County Judge* ol I.- .1. County, and
Bormann. Adolf Hitlers deputy. 14 years before his arrest and I fil. ilw hum In their ottlcua In the
vU b*sed on information from extradition to West Germany ;.:;;;'> /j^^, ?.,' i"ll,, SSKS.
j-'ranz Stangl. former Nazi con- earlier this year, is reported to fnun th dati "f ihi flrei publication
rentratioa camp commander, that have undergone intensive inter '" r,~ 'rSm*KY^T<*pi>Uand"
he most wanted war criminal was rogation by the West German au
live and living in Brazil, it was thorities In the course of the
(ported here this week When the questioning, he is said to have
Irctjucst was made to Brazil last asserted that Borman had been
bnonrh, the West German atithon i living in the Brazilian state of
lies denied that it was based on any Parana
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2. EVERYDAY Low PRICES 4. Regular Free M*$%%,E?i
FEATURES EFFECTIVE AT ALL FOOD FAIR & FREDERICK S STORES (Excluding Kohr Mo.....
QUANTITY RIGHTS RESERVED
FOOD FAIR SAVES YOU MONEY ON THIS BONUS SPECIAL!
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OPEN DAILY 9A.M. to 9P.M.
SUNDAY 9A.M. to 6P.M.
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CHASE & SANBORN FOLGER'S
MAXWELL HOUSE
COFFEE
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Get Up tO 300 STAMPS Shoulder Steaks 99 Sirloin Tip Steaks l9
WITH THIS COUPON!
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BONUS SPECIAL

TOP U.S. CHOICE
CENTER
CUTS
CHUCK
STEAKS
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FOOD FAIR SAVES YOU MONEY ON THIS BONUS SPECIAL!
14-OT. BASKETWEAVE PLASTIC
ASST'D COLORS EACH
LIMIT ONE BASKET. PLEASE, WITH OTHER PURCHASES OF SS OR MORE
WHILE QUANTITIES LAST
TOP U.S. CHO'CE BONE.E SS
Crossrib Roast S&V. .. i. 89c
TOP U.S. CHO CE

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Boneless Chuck Steaks 79c
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SAVE JOc ON 8 CANS...POOD FAIR FROZEN ^j
ORANGE JUICE "
8 '& 99c
THING
SODAS l\v IV
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ALL FLAVORS INCLUOINC GINGER ALE. MXERS
CLUB SODA AND .0* CAlOKi'-. DIET SODAS
FOOD FAIR SAVES YOU MONEY ON THIS BONUS SPECIAL!
SAVE UP TO 2SC
SNOWDRIFT
Pure Vegetable Shortening CAN
FOOD FAIR PURE VEGETABLE 4fe
Shortening 3 I. 49c
LIMIT ONE CAN. EITHER BRANO PLEASE. WITH OTHER PURCHASES OF S5 OR MORE
FOOD FAIR FIOR'DA FRfSh
GRADE 'A'
EGGS
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BONUS SPECIAL
RICH'S FROZEN
COFFEE
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SAUERKRAUT
SAVE 20c 39C UART JAR
CAL-IDA CRINKLE CUT
Frozen French Fries Wi 10c
So^ 0-34 ... pk9. P.. |,t| F,.,. a,,I. m
Frozen Custard Pie Vf- 59c
16- OZ
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American Cheese
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SAVE 40< LO.-FRESHi" SmOMO
Baby Wbiufisk ... 89=
SAVE 40c IB..-ail WHITE mEaT
Delicious Turkey.....lB 59c
All CHEESE & LUNCH MEATS ARE SI ICED TO
TOUR ORDER TO INSURE FRESHNESS.
BONUS SPECIAL
GARDEN FRESH JERSEY
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