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The Jewish Floridian
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63 v. : ;
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Jewish Floridian Pub. Co.
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Miami, Fla

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

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Jewish Floridian
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Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY
nc 4i Number 31
Miami. Florida, Friday, August 11, 19C7
:ions
Normalcy Returns
To Holy City
JERUSALEMLife returned to
lal Tuesday as the one day
strike came to an end.
Monday'! general strike appear
, i! id have been 100 per cent sue
cessrul, but a Tue day call by Jor-
dan'a powerful Amman radio to
extend the demonstrations to He-
bron, Nablus and other occupied
cities on the West Bank of the
.Ionian failed to win any response.
Zionists
Compared
With Mafia
WASHINGTON (JTA) The
Soviet Novoatl Press Agency has
l ini (i from Moscow a vicious
attack on the Zionist movement
throughout the world, calling it "a
dangerous weapon of the im-
perialial West" and comparing it
with the -Mafia and Coaa NoatTI
. am :< r organization!
According to reports received
here, Novosti denounced Zionism
as world-ring operating in 60
countries and dealing in every-
thing "from religion to es-
pionage."
i tide alleged thai Zi
.1- 'l bj Kaiser Wilhelm
I! the Rothschild bankers, and
i 'to detach Jewish
inten atl n al lal>or n
ment and to perpetuate tin
'. ners It alleged thai
collaborated with 1 "-
. :. Semitism d in I
w hi :i /.musts activel) co> I
th< Nazi chief) I oi
v. i i lit Je
ess w host i'ii lenl I
is Dr Nahum < toldmann "
I'imil l.'ii, Ion, it as reported
Mondaj that Soviet newspapei
ted Novosti'i bitter attack on
ism v tv ". idelj No* o >ti ii i
el feature agencj which cus
ierv! oi '> the
ess with its Soviet propaganda
ip M. Klutznick,
.=d Amencaii leader, lr
whose name a Chair will be
established in I
c.\ Bioloqy at the WeiZIH
ute cf Science nt Rehov-
cth. Israel. Mr. Kln'znick. form-
er U.S. Ambassador to the
UN Economic and Social
ncil, will be honored on
the occasion ol his 60th
birthday with a dinner on
September 10. in Chicago in
inition of his services to
A::.erica, the Jewish Com-
munity and the State cf Is-
rael.
SITUATION UNDER CONTROL
Arabs Strike in Old Jerusalem
Incited by Radio from Jordan
JERUSALEM (JTA) A
general strike in the Old Jem
-alem section of this city virtually
paralyzed all business in that area
Monday, as Arab owned shops and
restaurant! were closed and buses
run by Arabs stayed off the streets
The strike had been called by a
group calling itself the Committee
for the Defense of Arab Jeru
lem," and had been sparked by
broadcasts over the Jordanian
radio, beamed from Amman, en
cournging actions against unifica-
tion ol the city by Israel.
The action, as called for by
Radio Amman, was linked to the
fact that Nils-Goran Gussing, the
personal United Nations represen-
tative for humanitarian issue- sent
b) Secretary-General 1 Thant,
arrived hei e last i ighl to begin
talks with the Israeli Fon
Ministry He had come here from
conversations on th" Arab re
problem with Jordanian
offii als
eli authoi itics re alerted
the | ns foi a sti ike aft
i :ni .| ii> thi 'ommittee
foi the Pi fi n ol \..il> Jerusalem"
were found last night o have been
i hout foi mer Old
1 i all m I he tone oi the l< afli :
was i onsi lered ,i- la i ite
ment but of a nature summoning
Arabs to Civil resistance.
However, the Israeli authorities
took no chances. Police and mili-
tary surveillance was increased
early this morning throughout the
Old Jerusalem sections of the city, j
while helicopters flew overheat!
watching for possible trouble. No
overt actions of any kind occurred
1 up to Monday afternoon Three
young Arabs were arrested on
charges they were inciting shop-
keepers to close their businesses
III the view of the Israel govern-
ment. Mr. GuSSing S assignment
concerns only the situation faced
by the Arab civilian population in
the occupied areas, and to see
whether Israel observes the Geneva
( onvention on this score and
others Of a similar nature. Israel
holds that Mr Gussing has noth-
ing to do with Jerusalem itself. The
itn.it. m ol the city ol Jerusalem,
irding to Israel, i- to be studied
bj another special representative to
ii\ Seci etarj General
U Thant, and the government ol
l has alreadj announced its
willingness to accept such a I N
representative fo date, however,
Israel has not yet b< en info med
il the identity ol this new I'N
' II ( I'lil.il;1, e
CARRIES PEACE PLAN'
Tito Attacks Israel As
Using 'HitlerMethods'
ARAB NOTABLES A PROBLEM
Israelis Struggle With
Conqueror's Troubles
JERUSALEM (JTA) Israeli
officials struggled this week with
!.- : problems ol Jews in the
ol conquerors
acted to bah tendencies amoi
: u Aral- leaders in occupied terri-
to withhold cooperation
Israi ii authority and to pi i
in Ip 11 Arab residents >l the oecu-
an
Four Arab notables were ban-
ished from Jerusalem on charges
cf "incitement to subversion "
i. i > ".i ri -' i" cities in north
era Israel under conditions of
minimum punishment. Allowed to
choose whatever accommodations
the) wanted, their only restriction
v. .is a requirement to report to
local police regularly Allowed to
talk to Jewish newsmen, t< u !
in m professed their willingness to
perate and both said they sim-
ply did not understand why they
had been moved out ol Jerusalem
Anwar El Khatib, a former
district commissioner of old Je-
rusalem, also told newsmen their
he had only objected to activities
of th? Israeli Religious Ministry
"interfering" in the "internal
affairs" of the Moslem clergy in
the Ola City.
The nexl daj Moslem dignitaries
in the old City were notified by
Israeli officials that Moslem a.'
(airs in the area would thereafter
Continued on Page 8-A
WASHINGTON fJTAl Vugo
slavian President Tito arrives in
Cairo Thursday with his own "peace
plan" for breaking the Arab-Israeli
deadlock. '1 he Washington Post re
ported, The president of the Wash
ington Post Company. (Catherine
Graham, cabled a personal inter-
view held with Tito at Rrioni
According to the Graham in-
terview, Tito held that Israeli
forces must withdraw from con-
quered territory in exchange for
an international guarantee of
borders as they were before
Jure 5. Israel's independence
and security would then be as-
sured by the UN. Security Coun-
cil or by the big four powers
Tito said.
He maintained that the new plan
was a compr imise because it in
i :.. ct amounted to de facto recog
nition ol Israi i I he Tito plan
would relieve Arab leaders of the
need lo unilateral!) recognize Is
i to fi thej ci .lid :
that and sun ive polil ; He de
scribed activities ol some circles
inside Israel as reminiscent ol
Adolf Hitlei s .-. I he Posl
report) d.
l he Posl said I ito asked how it
was j.....iblc thai J< ws could n
sorl in methods from which thej
themselves suffered s much." He
contended thai Israel has been the
aggressor since 1948, citing Israeli
occupation ol Eilal in 1947, the
Arab refugee problem, the
war, Isra 'I 1957 refusal to permit
L"NEI oi i'ii |.
rael alleged n I paral
to in> aJe S me 5
ii k war."
'I iin s.oii the Arabs ould
better arms and
" i ih.it
it was a i
the Ai abs were pooi light) rs be
rails. the> were caught b) ur|
l-..ill's blitzkrieg succeeded onlj
because the Arabs were caui hi ofl
guard, said Tito He blamed this
Continued on Pa&e 2-A
yiCAl AUON
Minister cf Lobor
Arab Peace
\ iews Differ
JERUSALEM JTA) Conflict-
ing views regarding the chances
for peace between Israel and the
Vrab states
r Pi line
; n and bj Mm-
I
I ... i ,,.-.- -
Id As Jew ish '
eni i h '
Mi B held 'I
if the B Powers
'
.i i.i to he Arab
doomed
\ on the other
hand told th< Ii thai chances
for peaci with the Vrabs
Continued on Page 2-A
HOUSE IN NABLUS BLOWN UP
Dayan Reports to Cabinet on Snipers
JERUSALEM (JTA) Israel
announced officially Sunday that
its military forces that morning
had blown up a house in Nablus,
on the West Bank of the Jordan,
from which several shots had been
directed at Israeli border police
' and at an Israeli jeep.
The announcement stated that
the trajectory of the shot fired at
the jeep had been traced to the
house, and it was found that all of
the shots had come from the same
building, fired by a single person.
Last week. Israel blew up a house
in the Gaza Strip after arms were
found concealed in the dwelling
General Moshe Da.van. Minister
of Defense, reported these actions
to the meeting of the Cabinet He
al>o reported about the sporadic
firing by Jordanians on four suc-
cessive days, ending Saturday, to
which Israel responded. Those
shootings took place in the area
of the Damiya bridge over the
Jordan River.
DISCUSS DEADLOCK
The Cabinet discussed the issue
of the Arab refugees who fled the
west Hank ot the Jordan River
into Jordan, following Israel's oc-
cupation of the river*! western
sborea The discussion took place
after Foreign Ministei Abba Kti.ui
reported on the issue.
An fireoment with Jordan on
the return of the West Bank ref-
ugees who had fled ha Jordan
during the war was still dead-
locked. Foreign Ministry sources
Continued on Page 3-A
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Fisher Attends Conference
UN flSMUt
J1'}- \I.EV tone! To hun
i-a -. red State* and
are arrn.ng in l-rit-i this
LDternationa] i
fm r:ce of Jewish < which cor MM hen- An
19 to a. Tbi reaee ill be
attended bg MO tarM mmumhmI
from I-raH. th- J'nited
i onflicting Viewa
Continoto from Pa9 1-A
great Egypt i Predenl <>amal
Alxk! Naaeer. he declared, it a
i < i ..an and it ta jx-.ibl: thai
h<- ma) hat realized b) This lime
fha' he had been attempting b
impi' rr.ent a poMo. that exce>d. the *io4ogical potential of hta
na1
. ...
and Australia
L*o*> F*Hr, executive direc-
tor of the Jevish Family end
Children-* Serie. ef rht city,
it arterdinej.
Th theme i- "The
:' Jewish Com-
:! Sarvice for Blrenctacning
: fitatioo Sanford
Hye N Y exeevtrve
-: of the National Jew
chairman of
th*
tee that develop^ the agenda re
am program for I
ference
In a *teteme>t published in the
Conference rrkboti. assembled
and printed in Israel during the
recent war, Mr. Solender laid,
"The Conference participant*
have an unparalleled opportunity
to contribute irr knowledoe and
skill to encKhtno Jewish life
today."
Th Conference aims to provide
-mauon taroagh *-tueh Jewslli
octal worker- throughout the
world can chare their kn
and experience in order to en-
hance tin Indit ktaal am
rr particular
rl Mr Solender d'-
clared
Th* i nfen anil open in the
Jeroaalen nter with
a ke\no'e addre* bi Dr Er
Akiba Simon, in lnternatio-
knovin educator, who ii CO
>i the Hebrew Univenil) school
f Education He wflJ ">p-a
The Ri of .1 i-h
munal Ser i '.<>r Strei
,-h Idi rit
At the
Drill r* w. Icomed by Zalman
Shazar pri F Israel, v ho i-
honorar. president of the Confer
ence Other ipeahen will (>* Dr
ciiora Lotan. direc-tor-eeneral of
. tag thei eitl Badnej Z
. .. .
fare Fedora-
N '
omnranal
hairman of
'."onfererKe and A L Pincus.
*reanrer Of *tv Jewish \
!--a-' ho'n'ar;. chairman
v the Cor.', reace
a>!' ba the pfclMitriteeea and nd
mc of four commission which
have b< rring
by mail for more than a year
c afUJ a'so b* IT workshop!
S*ion* of the comn-.i-Mon' will
he heWt on the campus of the H<
breu t/niver
Tito In Cairo
Continued frem Pace 1-A
P?rt.cula'!v on j>"iir-*ic*< h "he
I'r.Ked States and others that 1-
rae! would not attack. According
he B pt'an armored division in
h< interior and all the plane
K<- r imd
TBa -tated that .f I.-.rat-1 i- not
-iaded to surrender the oecu-
Anuld set a p:
othen would oo) He -a'd
b S I Ciion was giving the
Arab n proDortion to what
the] had before He clamed that
Israel was armed better than be
fore because of captured war booty
menl with Moa
r-ou. pro Arab polic>- He ttrt
that he only want- peace and said
he "feels certain 'hat thi- is
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Friday. August 11, 1967
Retreat Planned For
Temple Israel Faculty
.he, faculty of Temple Israel of
ater Miami's religious school.
prised of more than 40 teach
, in participate in the third
,.,! Pacults Retreat Aug 25-27
the lialen Beach Hotel. Key
Biscayne.
The weekend will be devoted to
teachiryj seminar* and projects
;n the fi*ld of Reform Jewish
education with emphasis on eval-
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Prejudice 'Vims' Documentary, Ch. 7
WCKT, Channel 7. will present
Victims," on Sunday. Auk 13
;it 4 30 p m This one hour docu
larj film on the causes and
manifestations of prejudice, panic
ularlj in children, features the
advice of Dr Benjamin Spock,
uoi li pediatrk ian and psj
il Tha iilm was produced
iroup W iWestinghouse Broad
pai ) in c toperation
'li" snti-Defamation League
ol B ii.u B'rith
I he Victims" shows in vivid.
ng detail the crippling effects
the virus of prejudice has on the
youni it .i1 to prescritx both pre
i and cures for the disease
which 'both the one who gets
hurt and the one who does the
ting become victim each im-
prisoned by wal of hostility, shut
from part of the rich variety
experience "
Pal Mingle, distinguished Broad
ind film actor is narrator.
Mothers relate with anguish the
their children have suffered
from other children parroting the
'hniKi: words and attitudes ol
led pare::'- Other adult- tell
eir encounters aith the cruel
i> ol bias and intolerance leen
re> eal attitudes on i acial
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the curriculum of the school of
more thin 900 students from kin-
dergarten through 12th grade.
Tin- year's retreat seminar lead-
er will be Abraham Segal, Director
of Teacher Education, Union of
American Hebrew Ci lions
Segal has taught at Grati College
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Latvians Convicted
For Nazi Crimes
LONDONTwo Latvians
were convicted of war crimes in
the Soviet Latvian High Court at
RiRa. one of them sentenced to
drath. the other given a 15-year
prison term, according to the So
viet newspaper-- here
Jan Ladzins and Felix ripe were
convicted of having killed ;i num-
ber" of .lews and non-Jews in sev-
eral provincial Latvian towns in
UI41 The) were also charged with
torturing partisans who had fallen
into their hands Lad/ins was givi n
the death sentence, while Ulpe's
sentence called for imprisonment
at hard labor.
It was noted here that, in the
Soviet press, the Jewish victims of
the two Nazi collaborators were
identified onlj as Soviet citizens,"
while the non-Jews were identified
,i- Latvians
Dayan Reports to Cabinet
on Action Against Snipers
Continued from Page 1-A
declared The beginning of the
return of those refugees had
been scheduled for Aug. 10. But
the Jordanians are still refusino
to distribute to the refugees the
applications they must fill out
because the documents bear the
stamp of the government of
Israel.
Nils Goran Gu
General Thant's per-' nal I
: United Nations re| nl
to the area to supen tse hu
tarian affairs, came hen
Jord in, where he had
als ol
< rnm< nl He was -v hi dulei
- m it:i Isia< i .s Fi eign M
try officials hen His tern -
fi i ice include th< return i
refugi es to Israel-held term >i
II w..- hop d thai some cor
i formula m ghl b< worke
so that tiu' ap|
i n< d to Israel bj the di
i u possibility ol i xtending
III vv as al-" envi.sagi
should ci '
Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovsky
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hi others debate exclusion on the
basis of race.
Following the broadcast of "The
Victims. Mr Arthur N Teitel
baum, Florida Regional Director of
the \nti Defamation League of
B nal B nth. and Dr Stephen
Wright, child psychiatrist, will ap
pear in a special 12-minute local
program segment, produced in the
WCKT studios The) will discuss
the significance ol this documen-
tal v
South Shore Citizens
Picnic At Haulover
The South Shore Citizens club
picnic will be held on Sundaj al
Pit No. 1, at Rakers liaulover
Park, according to the president.
Louis Shafkin.
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Kosygin's Lie
: i m of Soviet officialdom,
' abominably obscene car-
t showing how | Israeli offt-
fa es and aq liline nose:
t type or.- only in the filthiest
Semit .of the
'' Id Bast with long shears. One of the
armed to his teeth th a Star of
on his helmet, is shown fitting ou* a
I there dangles a Nazi boot
o:id a :. Trie shearing takes pi
i Tel A tailor shop where the sewing
hins bears US. $ markings.
e new in the Soviet U'.iori
would not dare publish anything outside of
routine announcements wiH
t r-.ent, knowledge and connivance oi the
I tf
li
rbarism

week from Geneva, Swil
of trie Unit
lions, by Dr. Maui L
mationa: Affcrirs Depart:.
'he
U.N. Counti : by name
cable are Egyp*. Syria and Iraq.
In his cable. Dr. Perlsweig referred l
to tn^ Secretary-Gem
16 in which he conveyed th- ..sh"
I the 1 lornmunities i .orrs
in 65 coui tries rej resented by the World
ish : ;! to which
fenr
Arab c rved that I iety
was di Ige tha'
Egyptian government has thought it appr
to retain for many years the services of
Nazi experts in this field who
i i;tives from GsiUian us'jce."
Dr. Perlzweig s
had reached the World Jew
ble sources left no doubt that Jews
I ii Arab land: i sub e
.ent, it is obvious that Pravda's anti- k'! "r^atmont. He expressed gi
/.as inspired by sources other than ^rrtion that the question had bo^n brougl I It
Pravda's editorial office. If there were no
of anti-Semitism in the labyrinths
where Soviet officials operate, an official gov-
m aid think twi"p before soil-
i | itself.
Pravda cartoon gives the lie to S'
of Nils Gussll ,ry.
resentative
tartar) affairs who is presently m the Mi I
East a- i th hope that fl Krab
govemm ncerned I be pet
to t ess to
I -uation to other counb
We have our doubts.
Capitol Spotlight
By Milton Friedman
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Revolting Barbarism
Washii
i h- Republican Coordjni
Committee ha- formal ;
,i position on the lliddle
calling for a firn
stand aain~l Commui
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even aid .. ent
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I he Russians foi \
Wh.
a massive resuppJj
to Egypt i- in pr<> rei the Ad-
n has refused
liver balai S
craft to Israel I
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.'a time when
Russia t lie
hililiral
The Repubtii an po
i Mtal portance Members of th* i
mittee tha'
i"i-itKin. thorouj hlj i in i
with I- lions and ic
curit) requirements, represent
the Republicans' top leaders!
(n<' finds the whole spectrum
of the Republican high command
from Conservative to Lib*
aligned solidly behind Israel and
ii ainst Krab extremism The
White House is bound to notice
this domestic resj>onse to the
Middle East situation Policy de-
cisions will be made uith a view
to it.s political implications
Among the members of the Re
publican task force that took the
Middle Bast stand arc such in
fluential military personalities a<
Gen. Lucius D Clay, now retired,
and Admiral Arleigh A Burke,
who served as Chief of U S Naval
Operations.
National Interest
The Republican policy rsstl on
a conclusion that it was in the
national security interest of the
United States that Israel defeated
Russia s Arab allies The resulting
situation, said the policy paper,
affords an excellent opportu-
ne to the I'm ted States to work
toward a lasting peace
The Dumber one Republican
recommendation was that "the
tinted States should exert its in-
fluence to secure a Middle East
peace settlement which will con-
firm Israels rijiht to lne and
prosper as an independent nation
StabUit) and pe-
he partic i 'he Arab
conflict to agree upon
boundanes for Israel S
tonal arrangemei
terminal mu-t provid
foi all The l S
prepared to other
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ISU \rab r.a"
Jun. se nations d< i
svai on Israel and or s,.\,-;,
lomatic relations with the l
ItrMiurrrful
I s leadership must N
firm and resourceful to pr>
extension oi Soviet unpen-
into the Middle East and N
Africa \.a Nasser The ->
Mets have supported a four \ r
war in Yemen; tbaj are torn. '
ing rebellion in Aden; the>
mlB| Somalia to stir trouble
Arab participation in the i r-
mancnt resettlement of the A ..b
refucees and American Qnao
-istance wen visuslhtad al
lines that Israel has already
cated were acceptable A Stt
Jerusalem aeecribad the I-
posittoa as "one that should be
carefully weighed" with r
to the freedom oi worship n
holy places The Republican- I
no complaint on the reunified 0
of Jerusalem
The Administration w
ed of havine "floundered al
with a make shift policy" prim o
the war While the Russian^ ?
taking definite steps in the a
of war to regain their posr
the US. "still has no polio
protect free world interest-
create a countervailing po-i'
of strength


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Tourist Office New Map Of Jerusalem Highlights
P'tc -ced by Israel Government Tourist Office
JERUSALEM WAS MADE THE CAPITAL OF ISRAEL
K B.C. S I m iking the ity the religious
I spin :iter as well ;;s by King
Nebuchadnezzar of Babylon in 587 B.C. it wen restored in 455 B.C. by
jew ronimin i from the Baby] >rua 70 A.D., Roman conquerors
titled it. stone by stone, and named the small garrison town they
i- :: Ihi re A '. i Capitohna. Agai rpt tl i tin by A: lbs in 636 AD,
A'
mat
many mosques were built there as it was believed to be the location
where Mohammed rose to heaven. In 1099 the Crusaders captured th
city, making it the capital of their domain sometimes known as the Kr
dom of Jerusalem. A hundred years later, the Saracens took it from tl
Crusaders, and the Turks later took it from the Saracens. In 1948 that part
of Jerusalem in the re-estabhshed State of Israel was once again m
nation's capital.
uii'ied City Offers Exciting
Thrills For Israel Visitors
KNESSETH: Israel's Parliament
The ruling bods of Israel which
in organised as a Parliamentary
Democracy. Decorated with mo-
sales tad tapestries designed by
Marc Chagall the Knesseth com-
mands a dominant position on the
heights of western Jerusalem. In
a garden beside the Knesaeth is a
large seven-branched candelabra,
the symbol of the State of Israel
modeled after the candelabra
housed in the Second Temple
ISRAEL MUSEUM: Contains one
of the most complete collections
of Hibhcal archaeology in the
World. Every major period in the
history of man's long association
With the Holy land is represented
in attractive displays at the mod-
em mii.seum In the museum
I complex is the Shnne of the Book
winch house, the famous Dead
|6ea Scrolls.
JNASTERY OF THE CROSS: A
Creek Orthodox Monastery marks
the site of the tree used in the
fcrucUssien of Jesus The Monas
lers is an excellent example of
lysanttne architecture and con
lins a number of interesting
noaaies,
BIBLICAL ZOO: A unique col
lection of animals, birds, and
plants mentioned in the Bible
Each display is marked with the
appropriate Biblical quote.
CHIEF RABBINATE: The teal of
the Chief Rabbinate of Israel and
the Supreme Rengieui Center, it
houses a collection of Jewish
I i t u r g i c a 1 art. Its synagogue
beasts a holy ark dating from the
beginning of the 18th century and
brought to Israel from Padua in
Italy
YMCA: Built in 1928, it has a
small archaeological collection.
The "Y serves as the cultural
and raligiOUS center of Israel's
lYotestant community Its facili
tics are open to all faiths.
MEA SHE A RIM QUARTER:
Colorful Orthodox Jewish sec-
tion of the Western city. Hassidic
Jews who reside here wear wide
brimmed hats and long black
coats and add an old world atmos-
phere to the narrow streets.
HEROD'S FAMILY TOMB: Typi-
cal burial case of the Rerodian
period. Me rod killed most of his
famils and was not buried here.
mount ztON: Complex of build
ings contained King David's Tomb,
the Boom of the Last Supper, and
the Dornution Abbey, where Mary.
mother of Jesus, svas laid to rest
The mount is just outside the
walls of the old City of Jeru-
salem.
CHURCH OF THE HOLY SEP-
I'LCHRE: Most sacred Christian
site in the Holy Land, it marks
the site of the crucifixion, burial
and resurrection of JesOS, The
Church is located on the hill
known as Golgotha where tradi-
tion says the skull of Adam was
buried Contained in the church
are a number of Crusader tombs
dating from the Crusader King
dom of Jerusalem
VIA DOLOROSA: fWUy of the
Cress) A narrow street in the Old
City of Jerusalem connecting the
Roman Judgement Mall and the
Church of the Holy Sepulchre
The roadway follows the route
taken by Jesus on his way to
Calvary and is the location of the
14 stations of the Cross Kach
Friday a group of pilgrims retrace
the path taken by Jesus almost
two thousand years ago
WESTERN WALL: iWailing Wall,
A sacred Jewish site, it is belies
ed to date from Solomon's Temple
According to tradition the morn-
ing desv found on the Wall each
day is caused by the Wall I weep
Ing osier the fate of the destroyed
Temple
DOME OF THE ROCK: Where
Abraham bound Isaac for sacri-
fice to the Lord, and where tradi-
tion says Mohammed ascended to
heaven. The rock sheltered by the
golden dome is in the center of
Mount Moriah. upon which the
Bible says the Temple of Solomon
was built.
GETHSEMANE: A garden at the
foot of the Mount of Olives where,
according to scripture. Jesus went
to pray with his Disciples before
the betrayal A number of church
es of various denominations are
contained in the garden area
MOUNT OF OLIVES: The tradi-
tional site of the ascension of
Jesus. The Mount also contains
the oldest and largest Jess i-.li cem-
etery. Burial in the sacred land of
Israel has been the goal of .!' i
through the centuries. According
to Jewish belief it is here that
the resurrection of man .will take
place at the end of time.
MOUNT SCOPUS: The Mount
dominates Eastern Jerusalem and
has been a focal point of military
interest throueh the centuries On
the Mount is the Hebrew I'niver
sits and Hadassah Hospital Th#
name of the Mount refers to the
mows of Jerusalem to the south
west, and the Jordan Valley to
the east which can be seen trom
its summit
ADL Coordinates Media Conference
Frank Stanley, Sr editor and
publisher of the Louisville (Ken-
tucky Defender will give the main
address at the "Florida Conference
on the News Media and the Racial
Crisis.'' taking place Thursday, Aus
10th at the Dupont I'la/a Hotel in
Miami
The conference will provide an
opportunity for Florida's newsmen
to meet for the purpose ot e\
changing ideas and information re
lating to the coverage Of com-
munity tension situations and group
violence
Stanley headed the first com
mission appointed by the United
States government to study racial
conditions among US servicemen.
Vfter high level analysis the study
was the basis for President Marry
Truman's decision to order the de-
segregation ot the armed forcei
In 196:! Stanley was part of a
four-man team which was s,.nt by
the IS. stale Department on a
pilot project to several African m
tions to implement the concept ol a
free press in those countries
Stanley and his Louisville De
fender" have won more awards for
excellence in journalism than any
of the other 172 Negro-oriented
newspapers in the t'nited States.
The "Florida Conference on the
News Media and the Racial Crisis"
is being coordinated by the Florida
office of the Anti D( Ian ition
League of B'nai B'rittl.



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Friday. August 11, 1967
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HMHj M I .
Matter of I tut
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ALSOP
Luricler and Lurider
WASHINGTON In CMS you
are beginning to think that mid-
Bummer madness is a localized
affliction, the affairs of China arc
a useful corrective As a light but
far from meaningless hors d'
Oeuvre, let ui begin with the num-
bered bank account of Chairman
Mao Tae-tung.
Stolen Treasures
A few days ago. the Chinese
service of the Russian state radio
began to broadcast the interest-
ing news that the Divine Mao had
secretly opened a numbered pri-
vate bank account in Switzerland
to receive the stolen treasures of
the Chinese people. The broad-
casts added that Mao now had a
special airplane permanently
landing by to fly him to a foreign.
refuge whenever Peking got too
hot lor him.
Needless to say. the facts as
st.ited deserve no credence what-
ever (although literally anything is
possible nowadays. God knows).
Yet the mere transmission of such
extraordinary charges by the of-
ficial Soviet propaganda apparatus
speaks volume! about Moscow's
view of the current trend, of
events ill Peking
I he I rend
That trend has just been drama
ticallj underlined by the all but
incredible detention, in the great
industrial center of Wuhan, of
Mao's police chief and number
three aide. Hsieh Fu-chih. and
another key figure of the Cul-
tural Revolution. People's Daily
editor Wang Li
Hsieh Fu chih and Wang Li
had been in the far southwest in
Yunnan Province, where they
tried, without apparent success,
to put .,n end to the armed local
resistance to thi Maol I '
iv M,.-.. ss.-i,. unwi .oough lo
tartitt*i y uua3,
n,..n Tut fin brisklv Biased ike
For there are now at least three
and probably as many as sis
major utban industrial cities like
Wuhan, where civil strife is open
and continuous In Wuhan, lor in
stance, the Maoists of the Ninth
Rebel Commune are being bard
pressed by an antigovcrnnicr.t
group called the One Million
Strong Soldiers The People's
Liberation Army, under Chen
Tsai-tao, is openly charged m
Peking with suporting the anti-
government group.
Public order has broken down
utterly, and fighting is continuous
with the Maoists seemingly losing
ground in each new outbreak
Furthermore, the situation in this
great center on the Middle Van.
tze is no more than a lymptom ol
Yangtze River provinces the most
important in all China, have all.
in greater or less degree, thrown
off central government control
Szechuan, with 60 million
people, is the richest, most popu-
lous and most self-contained of all
the Chinese provinces; and Su
chuan has apparently severed all
but one of its rail contacts with
the rest of the country Onl) the
rail line northward through the
mountains to Sian on the \i Mow
River, still remains open; and
that line, one may guess is onl)
being left open on sufferance
Itail Breakdown
All over china the breakdown
in rail transport, long ago report
ed in this space, are still con
tinning and even growing more
severe Instead ol two simultan
major line breaks on any
one dav. the rule now seems to lie
about three major line breaks;
and the breaks are being repaired
less and less rapidly, often endur
ing for three or four days on end
hi t about every province I. ,
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V '1 < >\ 1 I I I I II 11 ., I ,- III, III. ,1. I lUl t
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.IM-iJ washae arimnnng to "t"*'
Israelis Struggle With Conqueror's Troubles
Mayor ol
M ':
r Bank ol 1

ihe Board ol
Continued from Pege 1-A
!.e handled In the Defense Ministrj
lllste.nl 111 Ihe Religion. Vlfail
Ministry in an apparent attempt to
stem Arab unrest
The mood ol "non cooperal < it
bv A i ,ili residents appeared by then
to have laded Complete calm re
poitedlv prevailed In all Israeli
In id Arab territories There was
re.isnii for such Israeli alertness
Mi -it'll Shukairy, the oi 'an./-1 of
tin' Palestine Liberation Organi/a
Uon bo [led from Israeli srmii
in tie June v\ ir. turned up in
Khartoum, where Arab Fon I n
Ministers held a meeting tin- week
to plan unified action against I-
i ii I shukaii v sought support foi
pi opo i '" unleash guerrilla w ,n
'., iii tin occupied areas
, i.ils also disclosed a VSI I0t>
nf !n help Arabs in the
occupied .ne.i. where livelihood
,,s advi i -elv affci ted bv tt, oi
cupation Israel Labor Ministry
sourci reported thai about I 000
\i.,i, workers in Ihe Wesl B
.ne,i had l..'. n given reliel \<
.....< '"
'urn :>......c is The Bank ol I
i ol called tor urgent nn > un
ie ictivate the Ui si Bank ei ow i i;
[fall "I the ores finam la <
sources are in Jordanian I.
I he Israel government is upon oi
ing credit foi Weal Rank in r
chants
In a related development, an
Israeli offici.il reported that Is-
rael ii planninq a maior change
in agricultural production in the
Wnt Bank, involving cutback* In
some crops and effort* to induce
West Bank farmers to plant new
kinds of crops to meet proolems
cieated by the occupation.
Ariel Ainida. the A ricult'.lrc
Mmistiv director general, also
described at a press confereni a
Inn. range development program
in speed settlement i i Arab rel
i, ei's in occupied treat The plan
pros, ide for more intense e i'1 i
vatioti and irrigation which co lid
make Hi .Ionian Rivei \ alley I"'
t> e< i Jericho and Bl i an .1 pi I
he .aid lie -tressed that
1 projects were beino planned
1 'ii Implementation when snd II
1 olilIi .il ill re mi ..bout the futui 1
ol ihe oei upled sections ma l< Ih il
.1 'ii net 1
He said thai Wesl Han1, 1 p
changes would include cutbacks in
I,, n 1 1 mebm 1 because noi
ni.it markets foi the foods have
1,, cut oil bj the occupation He
-a ,1 \\e t Bank farmers will be
1 1 in oura 1 d to plant green \ I e
I.-11 Ie tobacco and cotton. Since
We t Bank farmer have no
pei ience in Ri 0 Ing lobat 0
. n the) II net special help
to do so israi Ii Vrab ill be senl
In the West Bank section > in
tun tors Arable lai 1 I I lin
in, ,,,i, .1 ii on better faimln at
'., il In .lined dailv to Ihe W 1 I
Bank
lie a!-11 -aid thai the Agriculture
Ministry had no objection to 1 re-
quest by (ill us grOVf owners in
the Gaza Strip for permission to
1 porl then crOPI to their tradi-
tional cgjtomers, the eastern bloc
rountrpta in Europe.
lU'ii Ari Cantor Of
Temple Or Olam
Temple <>r Olotn announces that
I'.eii 1. mill Ben An has been ap-
oojnled Cantor He has served as
I teacher ol Temple Or (Horn's
mi,. school for the past lour
.ens and descends, from I family
of Cintor- Ben Art studied tradi-
lional 1 itu 1 k> with his father, who
imed in Poland, Cuba and
I II. offil ited at Beth Ko-
; for Hie last threee years and
' to th it in Cuba and South
\m Future pjam include coordinat-
ing a more BCtlve iiarticipalion of
the Vixiiu: people of Temple Or
r. religious school into s part
of the Services
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under bOUM arn-st
With some difficulty, the re
lease of Chairman's Mao's two
emissaries was at length ne^o
tiated. and they were able to fly
onward to Peking. Here they were
greeted at the airport by every
dignitary of the Cultural Revolu-
tion from Chou En-lai to Mao's
termagant wife. Chiang Ching. as
though they were returning from
u m^sion of the greatest danger
and difficulty.
It was as though all of official
Washington turned out for a great
airport welcome for Secretary of
Defense Robert McNamara and
Presidential Secretary Marvin
\Vat>on, who had been newly re
leased from durance vile in the
Sacramento stronghold of Gov.
Ronald Reagon. That is how far
things have now gone in China
aruieu u u*c >..... -
i>!! mllHte. rlmntini to
M.-y.- c.i Hi.' cities Hi'' terms
gant, < biang I bini has spoken
in blunt terms of "civil wai \ I
meanwhile, the crucial harvest il
ripening in the summer fields.
The Harvest
Civil Strife
The harvest i> the factor that
i, likely to usher in the next
stage In the conditions that now
prevail in China, everv village
will try to keep the whole crop;
and even, country town and pro
vince capital will tr> to withhold
from the center such grain a> they
may manage to collect Due can
not ,se'' liovs this can be prevent
ed. with the Maoists only claiming
full contiol of four miserabl) poor
provinces. But if it is not prevent-
ed, and the e 1- widespread death
in the cities the stage of final ex-
plosion cat all too easily be
reached befor Chi istmas
Or rather, it does not really fopyrts
PohI ''" Dimi ini1 'I lJ
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president. Cantor Sol Pakosvitz.
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JACOB C. COHEN COVmuNiTY
SYNAGOGUE 153S jt m A.e
Orthodox Rabt-. T.bor H. Sterr
Cantor Meyer Enriel
KNESETH ISRAEL al', Euclid Ave
Orthodox Rabbi David Leh'field
Cantor Ab-ah.im 5
fray te ...*( to tlfefe*
of marriaee cominr. fron th
groom. It stems thai in th.
OHEV SHALOM. 911 Normandy Or Rabbinic Period at th- '"'
orthodox. Rabb. Ph.neas web.r- Thi> kind of procedure is alreadv v u. i .L """
! mentioned ... the Bible The Book of. SfSSS In "!?"", V
sephardic jTw-^center. m sss mrtUkZ^ra SJ^SpSSrtS:
.rvv lake sTna'gogue ,.,5, NE 1718) '" "" Apocryphal li.eia Zchmakm cer^r^ / FT"*
'th Ave. Orthodox. Rabb. Jonah Hire we find the book of Tobias re ,hl n,h r 1" ''',
E. Cao-an. ^ f).|rlll(, ,0 thl!< klIl(, ((( pledc(, in &'f^e""2""h^
temple adath vesmurun Con connection with engagemenl and v:n Hnr f Practirev ,..r.,
s.rvat.ve io ne iP3rd St.. M,.m, marriaw wheie the lather places L (l0Cli"m'n,si R'taranteein^ ths
Gardens Rd Rabb. M.iton Schl.nsky. ,h K ., ,. .1" '""<' Of the Wedding and Dromi
c-n,.....r:c-.N- ;: ^t,;n -oh::' ,rn T.r ,,f d..... -*u SIS
Or. So. Mum.. Reform Rabb. '"""".......' .....' """"" "l"'"'"-1 e\en pelialtit". a
Herbert Baumg.ird. Cantor Michael 'he ETOOni and hi- fat her nil lav. K 'i
kata 1, ... I 111..I ._. .. .. '"'* w "" 'Teak
even penaltiee ascribed to th
Kyrr.
TEMPLE
|>
BETH EL
shake hand-
OF
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wooo i3ii s. nth Ave Reform meaning a handshake whose denial '. I h-''
Raoo, Samuel J.m, ^ ,.,,,.,.,., [ '^ "'' DOS, pledge .S ., ,,araM,.
empli beth* Raphael -; Rabbinic literature oifthe 12lh jnd nl- to marry iht fc,
Jeff- .on Ave Conaarvativ*. Rabb. "(m, ,,.,,,,., u ""'-'","" ban Was (OtlteUmes P .inlui-in
Dav.d Raab Cantor Saul H Breeh lff Centuries He hear it Spoken ., ,v n '
n sai of to terms of -Reuban wl '"h t, '*L
him his hand in faith" M 'Z J^'"' wl '
Baba Met,.a252, From tl
OH it WOUld seen, thai th I ^", : "'
leofthei
in commercial transact mally the two part.
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TEVPLF BETH SHOLEV of Holly
wood I7SS Monroe Sr Conaarvativs
Rahbi Vorton V^iavsky Cantor Er
nest Ste.ner.
Why do sonie families make a
special ceremony out of the
event of agreeing on the match
of bride and groom?
TEMPLE BETH SHOLOV. 4144 Ch.,,
Ave L'br-.n Hahb. Leon Kromsn
Cantor David Conv.ser

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shiduchin I hi exi i e .
from a verb which m< n
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ind that ,.-,
ombined into ..i
follow ii other in imr .
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remonjf would, in \-
the original "t
trothal which i- n<
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Miami Beach. Florida
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let, jid lisien 10 Hebrew.
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TEN1PLE B-NAI SHOLOV I6S00 NA
22..a Ave Conserwativa. Cantor
Ab.-an.im Reiseman.
TEMPLE EMANL FL 1701 Waah.no
ton AV- Conrrvat.ve Rabbi irvmo
Lehrman Cantor Zvl A
Siitui
p I.
TEMPLE ISRAEl'of GREATER Ml
AMI. 137 NE 19tn St. Reform. Rabin
Joseph R. Narot.
T"ifL.E l!>R*tL OF .VIRAVAR
3M0 SW 60th W.ny Con.ervat.ve
RabDi Irwy.n Cutler.
, TEMPLE JUDEA.*5O0 Cranad., Blvd
Reform Rabb. Morn, Kipper
Krldaj .
I:.. Ii.n.l ||. V
II .
TEMPLE MENOR%H. (30 75th St
Conservat.ve Haob. Marer Aoram-
owitj Cantor N.eo Feldman.
TEMPLE NER TA*M,D~ 80th St. and
Tatum Waterway. Modern Tradl
tional R.bb, Eugene Laoovni. Can-
tor Edward Kiem
' TKffLa?a. OR. 0l-0M Consery.tiv, '
Kalpr. Gliaman Cantor Benjam.n
oen Art.
,'','' t 1 p m s. rmon
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lU-i An Hill 1 ,.
I
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TEMPLE SINAI oV NORTH MIAMI '
Temporary off.'e. 1M01 NE ZJnd
Ave. Reform Raob. Ralph K.nosiev
,. '{'" ;"./'' ':" rvl.i b) Rabbi
l.all.h I". Kiu-H Ir,.|.,> al s 1-. ni
> 'V,"","' S':" X "Ii II,.,;;
'; I Tl, Itahbl Hill outlnue with
Avol, Baying!, ih, Path en.
T!.'a!PL.E T|r:iRETH-JACOB 51 E
r^k u'- Hli'B Con.ervatlv.
Rabbi Maunca Klein
M u,'',1''' ,,""" T "' I
Maurice hJeiu .s..!ut.i...v anrvj
SYNOPSIS OP THE TORAH PORTION
expains and interprets the Law t.i
- DEVARIM
!;'--' an I .. Mi m
'"in tund this la *" (Deut. 1 5
DEVARIM Th.- firs) fe .erses introduce th. e I ,
of Deuteronomy, which conta Moses' address to the Israel I.
'" '" fter 'he defeat of the A mo rites and Baahan In
urn speecn Uoaea summarized the (orah a. ;i whole He reviews
the causes thai had led him lo appoint judges and officials "Hoa
i mjsell a.nr,. bear your cumbrance. and %our burden
:V.'"r vi A"d '' 'ur judges al that Urn.
Hear the causes between your brethren, and judge nghteousfj
between a ma a. I hi, broth, IllJt Wlth
Ye shall not respeel persons in judgment vc shall hear the
small and the great alike (Deuteronomy l 12 17
Moses goes on to review the Incident ol the Mouti sent to mi
on i.Mia.m. and the consequences of their pessimistic report He
reminds the Israelites how they had skirted Edom Amman, and
ft.....' a'ul mlntion,J P>P* ii bad for,,rlv inhabited
1...... r,,7,onv r'na> h'' recounts the rtorj ,h. conqueal of
rransjordan and the partition ot the area between the tnbes
of Reuben, (.ad. and half of the tribe ol Manasaeh
This r.c.ontin9 of th. Weekly r.rttcf, of the Law I. .
ITMM indbiNd op* "Th. Graphic History of th, j.wh*
H.rit.a. ^od by P. Wd.m.rvT.amir. SIS Pv*ish,r hi
vT< Vv Vm* *' William St., New
i. SJphNSYchl.Pr,T'den, 'h# "^ **.........-
Pennsylvania OK's Sabbath Law
KaymondT Shafer signed into law lylvania Jewish Communitv R.-ia
a bill permitting Pennsylvama bud- tions Council the-SSSmSaa
7,7" "" >-""-on sundaj League of l.,u, h nth ,h, IVnn
(the, observe their Sabbath on sylvania Council of church,. h-
different day of the week The Pennsylvania CaUicji Conference
TEMPLE ZAMOrZ 44 Zamor, Av. T*? had ^^ b" "* b> nd the National Fair Sahha r
^n,cr.Vn^,or'B.rob:ckro"n"W", .|,V'"^Ka'"a J-wish organiaatiuns. (oninu,,,,. Fa,r S-bhath
In signing th. m.asur., Gov.
Shafer said, 'Too many of our
T1.MP<.E ZI0N- 00 ^'"'- "a Con
aervativ*. Rabb. Alfred Waaman -r aia 100 many ot our
T.FERETH ISRAe'l .500 N Miam Ci,i,*n* h'V* P*litd b- lU>tk l) Av.. con,,,,,,,,, wo N. Miam, caus. th.y worship God on day '" '" IUHH
VOUNC .SRAlL OF GREATER Ml- S,Tjl Snd-V" M *'. U't'VltfS Stlltiftlts
AMI 990 NE 17-,, St Orthodoi .A" bu,,n,Mmn ""V now WOr- '",
Rjhhi Qi<.-.. a>a_ l_ ._______ > r, 111 n 1 i -. a J i.
Rabbi Sh.rwin Stauuer. Cantor
P.ncus Aloof.
V^M?A4'iR\E,rF """' BEACH
TEMPLE Smulom 1<2 SW 11th Av,
Pompano Beach Conservative Rab-'
b.^Morr.s A. Shop. Cantor Leon
earneJ
c^^K-lly
I so
scholar
(Taln..d Haham')
io undiriand
advice
I am realty
(not n last)
PH|
con t--?
"?'
eonversaiiiin-iiilk
betweea
v.hal llien
v.. have learned
vaiae (sinp A pi I
how d.n> cine Itlo
lbe)> Had
n
D"::- -ojn
c-n-'-- -'x
-
aaaau.
operdiion With thr Grettfr Mi-
ami Rjbh:nu-iil A-.,c.jfion.
Coor.lmjror of ftstuw ap-
pednng here it
DR MAX UPSCHITZ
I p.rif.Ml leader -f flelrt Tt,rah
f C. :j{rfgj;lim 0f \,lf,h M,Jm<
I Brach
ship on th.ir Sabbath according Be,h D,*U reliajioiHi icbooia are
to th.ir beliefs, without f.ar of cceP"n registration oi new stu
undu. hardship to their business- l!> B^Mtons will begin Sep. 5
it^HHH SS-=s
f -'e"!^ Education The South
The law amends an act of June ,)adl' ^"'"''I'onal CenU-r. located
M, 1939 concerning aellinc certain s *' 120,h Sl- provides
personal property on Sunday It BUWJ and kindernarten pro
now reads: \o individual who li> 8'am.s from 9 to 12 waeMsyi I
'.as,,,, of his religions convictions addition, it offers religious educa
Obtervea a day other than Sundav tion for rhn ,
M his day of rest and actually re ***** f '*m<*ry
trams from labor or secular Dual ''"'' ,hro''tm hiRh sdiool
naai on that day shall b. prohib- V,"ars- as does 'hP Coral Wa>
ited from si-llini; the above enum- " '^'l^'uZ0"?1'"?^ '"' J ,,US' Av,'n"" Ho,h 9** Modems for
establishment which is clo.M-d Bar and r. vi... k
Ml such other das ar d,,d Bas N'"'^h and are open
Attending the rifotag ceremony members
to children oi members and non-


Friday. August 11, 1967
Jfe h ti$t> ffcrrdHan
Paqe9-A
WHY I AM A JEW?
Black Power Leader Nazi Comparison
Because I Was Born One
It has been said that the acci-
dent of birth is not enough in con-
sidering our slaving within the
Jewish fold That accident wai
no) ot our choosing, the reason
ing ROM, and there should he
something affirmative in our own
will that bids us be constanl Jews
\n elemenl of truth, is. of course,
|o be found in this observation
However, the element of bir ii
should not be dismissed too light
M has strong psychological and
j< al implications as well
... practical ones
\\. i annol !* racist in our a|i
to Judaism Blood i-
lo our hciit.i- \
bab) thai w otild bt
.1, wish
ed and reared
Id not ha '
,ii .i lull '" he
ill. Jew ish hili
avioi
I ea ilj den> i
Icr i |
i do wit

. i. to thi
: e ind ': uth i
. to i il and tl
In her n
....... ... i.
vhi h e ii.''- c bt en nur<
birth v\, a
i
, .in bchati
\ when we remain .'
in., .i ise ol our loj alt) in
i andparents and
: deal ones Family ties
onii, emotional attach nent*, are
irir and most of us i at
ea? I at II sever these .ii
moniN in a religious -<
iul doing great emotioi ai
to lurselves.
Still .i third1 practical fort i
keeps us Jewish, one wc ma)
i k ei > much but need to i ealize
i ept, is the facl that the
ish woi bl does not lei us
get or leav< these Jew i-ii on
.in- I iln nol m .-b in asci a,e m
iupernational elements I
prejudiced, anti
Semitic force i ti) tin- othei hand,
ii. i is somethin t i ational i> en
i Human nature finds it dif-
till to think ot Itsell apart fn m
orgins These orgins are
ilj criteria b* which we
iii t_ oui eh Excellent Traditional
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RABBI JOSEPH R.NfiROT
hoi we cannot ignore 'hem al-
together
Cci tainly then an unca >i
in --. and c\ en ,i guill thai al
tends us h iwn we lr> to remove
ourseh es from i n Fr >m
the da] ol Jai ob and Esau to
our own time the idi
our bii thriitht ft i of pol
tage ; epels us I'rid love, ha
mam tl us to feel
thai we should acccpl in ourselves
what we v ere born i ith and make
tlii' most
Finally, man> who think in re-
ligious terms will -. *
and G ive '' < > I
our Jewish birth i that
ei sense we should nol defj Ihem
I share this concept in .1 verj
. in: ni\ defii 1
tion oi God i- the universal force
111 nature and human nature that
gives life, growth, fulfillment to
all things and all people Tins life
is not found in one form but in
many forms Endless varieties of
existence abound Flowers, plant*,
animals, races, nations, and re
ligions have developed and un-
folded in so many different ways
that they stagger the Imagination
They are alike and yet not alike
Thev share some elements jn com-
Three
easy ways
to get YOUR
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D Ak your postman.
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so others can easily Zip mail
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r-ublitrt*: t* pufcllr; MnriM III 'OSS-
radon will th Mvttf.sing Council
mon, but they also have many
elements that distinguish them
one from the other While I do not
say that some entitj in the
heavens has sifted them and arbi
trarily shaped them as they are l
do not say thai Ihc lite forces al
work in the Universe hat e, 1 >r all
practical purposes, decreed lhal
w e arc w hat u e are
To be sure birth is nol ei
but Is is a crucial start Wc ; :" c
nol chosei...... religious birth-
right, but neithei hat e
oilier vital .1-1" el ol our
1 ir coloring, 011 ba.sii
and man? other
medii he
1 I., ,,,,
hi a in 1
mi: te ho
\: 11 -1-1 < an, or
Vet thesi
. 1
Wc musl recognize lhal 1
arc *
and '. peoi
lilt-.
I
ivt to bt 1
liousl
'ill I.I
these do
: the
l ikev I--' do
Mime Jews, if not 1 move
away from their origins and
hi ultimately in losing
themselves completely to our
hcrita.. 1 ha\ e known somi
such former .i< .1 pei
j mi have We cannot re illy
ate their alienation until and un
].-- we know their li\es inti
Ij \i> iiun experience has
that such nun and women very
often undergo more inner ati&u
ish, conflict, and ambivalent
than wc imagine In other words,
the) pay a price for denyina th 'ir
birthright, sometimi .1 very
rcat price only lo concede then
errors ,,t the end of their lives
This may not happen ilways bul
it happen- enough lo make it a
fact of life
Vet, we musl build upon our
bnih We musl transform the ace
dt nt of birth into a slum ,
clear choice of continuity fo. we
ha\ e a fine beginning hi<
should cherish and honor in our
having been burn Jews
(Copyright, 1967, Rostrum Books)
WASHINGTON (JTA) Black
Power leader H Happ Brown.
chairman of the student Nou
Violent Coordinating Committee.
sought this week to compare the
situation of Netfroes with that of
Jews in Nazi Germany and belittled
Ihe lack ot resistance by the Jews.
Brown told a press conference at
SNCC headquarters that "if you
whites) intends to play Nazi" in
suppressing Nemo violence, 'black
people ain't going to play Jews
The SNCC leader is free on bond
awaiting charges ol Inciting riots
and arson He will he tried i\
Maryland authorities for causing
.1 11": and destruction in the tow n
' i ambi idge Bi ow n said 'violi ncc
s necessary and thai if America
come around, we'll bum it
Explainii sh; Megi.....
ntl) in Eu
an Jev I
.1- \n.i- lean a- appli
\
N'cgro exti \^
h d bt
tic lit
- ii
hi play V ih u
tia p Jews
e il
Rabbi Herschel Remains
To Israel For Burial
' >Rf. -n \ |
Rabbi Al I
II .11 pi c -
f A Israel wa flown to
l I": interment in
Rabbi Herschel dud l.i-t wee al
Ihe agi ol 7M More than DOO
pei-.m- attended funeral sei
hi Id in iront of In- last resid
in Brooklyn Known a- I hi Grand
H bbi oi Kopyczenitz, he was an
rnational leader ol the
Israel world movement
Human Rights Commission was
vestigating charges that a numb i
of CORE meetings in Brooklyn .
cently have been marked by all
Semitic outbursts. The Anti-Drt.o
inntion League f B'nai B'rith h is
asked the commission to look inl '
"blatant and vicious anti-Semitic
outbursts and racist behavior' I
those meetings.
Beocft Democratic Club
To Hear Saenger, Friedman
K.ui ti Saenger, Miami Bea i
manager oi fne Social Securit) '
ministration, will -peak on Y i
Medicare" and "Ins id Social
Security al an open dis< u
meeting ol th Demoi rat c Clu
;< ,ii h w ednesda) \
!."> p in in the club ht
at I he St -i Isle I i
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Jewish ntrkHan
Fndcy. August \\ jj
iefr You and /Me: By BORIS SM01AR
Six-Day War Opens New Avenues Of Thought
cummer MOODS: Speaking at
. ..

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thai Aard
U

lying I
to Israd and being generally ren
''. -h the outbrca-
!i war became wo
the annihilation of 6.000.000
Jew i by I
pai
I asked th<

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I
what may bappei el
Panorama:
By DAVID SCHWARTZ
W here Is Israeli Business Genius?
A*. AMERICAN

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In 1 it si
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tionarj W
the tame a ir and Zacharj
ral of the Mexican War and Grant Of th< Civil
War World War li 1 heodore R
4$ We Were Saying: By ROBERT E. SEGAL
"Open Housing"
U/hen defense Secretary
" Robert S McNamara dec.
all housing rear
r in Base in Mary-
: off limit .;. he arai
ic which thus
libli foi en -mies
L > racial turmoil la-
b hi ed around the demand to
ing" an end to discriminatory practices in both
md public bousing lectors Martin Luther
In Chicago last summer wi I
to the more than 8.(10(1.000 Negroes
"! ,n'" v- ly a dunce t<> move out and occupy
rmi white people buy or rent
In Cleveland and in Milwaukee, more and more
indents of current racial problems
their conclusion that housing needs for
; priority.
Tl ilk fair housing practices are articu-
late d and active At ., hi-h buaini
eed (o fig] ation that
one the ri I I equal hi
i""' riding Mich a movement ai forced
ii d in Maryland, fair h>
ing legi lation hai been hampered bj movement!
funnel the i referendums. (Not until this
Jum | s Supremi I mil itrike down
Californi inli fair ho > ruling that
' a I if or mans had mai imination one of the
rtafc Meanwhile, Marylai
fair hou ing went ahead with plans to put
to i i it by referendum.
pie with mono) an I energy can
fru rb and immobilize effort after effort
. i... discrimination Indeed, it is
Maryland anti-fair I Irive
arhi li d t> the 1 id A ial on of Heal
Board M
Petition I ommitu But what
I fair ]>!; do wh< n citu i
:: to
theii visiting relate ei i ai mili-
''' r baa ; those in uniform and |
kin I i
.-iiimination in Massa*
d by that orj commit-
n on < ivil Rights incl
ighl oi Ni
men near Westover A
when
'" li Hi. bua ( o nmander
military 11 wnnel to p ti in the i |
M eonnection with this stud) I
Executive Director of the Holyoke I
Id the Committee: "We have
found thi iriceman and his family v
i""' : The) even had to gi l exti
the rent paid up" if the) lived of)
i lalaries were Insufflcii nt for
housing other than public housinj
be( n an instance of a fa mil]
motel at SHOO a month and of ion
members having had to sleep on the Door."


Co. They I
Gem llej esident
I fed, Gi
Iiayan came to America nc of the
conv i tions he .-
of the United States II ha beei to be el<
I'nited States your name must have
a; least one letter repeated Kenni has
two n"s Roosevelt had two o's So had Co
couldn't get elected becau-e no letter of his na: i
repeated But Dayan has two So Dayan meets that
important requirement
In I~raei. it ,- the \i who are capitalizing com-
mercially on the I-raeli victor) According to the H<
papers there has been a wild rush of I-ra<-iis to the West
Bank open air stalls end -hops to pick up the "meti
of the Arab dealers Things are cheaper on the West Bank
and who doesn't like a metziah'
A writer of Maanv goes so f.i thai if the
Arabs ha.I been wise enough to place their tanks in the
'"r 'i their -hops, they weuld ha\.
n The Jews would ha-, running for the
bargains and would have been trapped
Well, maybe the trade between the Is] i the
Arabs will help smooth their general relatioi
In Tel Avu this week, the stor) came out why I
non did not join the other Arab nations in their war on
Israel The reason, according to the witticism .-
Lebanon's flyer was .,(k at the time.
interesting -tones are being told of the Arabs
taken prisoner one of the Jordanian
surprise that the Israeli soldiers wore shoe- It seems
the) were told that the Israelis were so impoverished,
they went barefooted And he also was taken aback to
find Tl Aviv and Haifa unscarred The Jordanian radio
said both Israeli cities were burning
Speaking about liars, the London Mai] says it w,,-
the Jews of Poland who were holding drinking parties
celebrating Israels victory, but non-Jews; and i
thought it more advisabu to try to make it appear that
it was the Jew 1.
Now the full story cor about how the Russians
:. planting la time Die idea that the Israelis were the
On the day before the outbreak of hostiliti s
at 3 o'clock in the morning, the Soviet Ambassador ar-
ai Eshkol's home end asked Eshkol: 'Are
throw the first ball' Eshkol, in hi- pajai
him in amazermnt The envo) repeated it a
nd and third rime and finally. Eshkol, in a
answered. By the blockade of Aqaba, the Arabs
wi the first I .
Overseas Newsletter:
n to ana ac* another Sjuestj
Their in'-
lerioui as the
I m America- .
ire ar\i\ n
lere. and the ur.
the Israelis n>
Israelis He about I ir

the bri l
r and the) i anno) :..',> hu:
i few mon fj
these I I to the
on the war
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Today's Thought: By DR. SAMUEL SUV ER
The Lighter Sid
e
N(
10 SOONER DID
'to roar in the Middle East
- ickle
I I IT"
- th-
da) it .: w .ir \
.:reat Madu .rr Gai
-an!
program ha I I
than the
it th. Gaaden dowi
ers said hi
didn'l liki He nei ei
'in- sni-
a little paper bo >k
i- publisl New\
The work of La IT) Con book has i
imm) Bre-I.n. who says .-dit i
irvival of the Jewish pi p st be attributi
to theii i m failii
Himself .< set sitivi Jev whi with his wife
n v ithe raW
/ Goi personally de| ires the war I
verj Ari has -
I- be feel pride over Jewish achievements
inds how therapeutic it is I
And he
;- a wooden
rating from i
ft to youi dinnei hosteaa
In the booklet I ol the | "i p
i huh he ted like l
r was unfair I
ad 2 million Jew5 and he hid now
And tin one about the Israeli GI who waa eluded fa
onl) taking 20 prisoner: that shew
alone, withi. it h- r husl
By ELIAHU SALPETER
Mapai And Rafi
Jer u
IT is even beta at the moment wl -
' protr ted nei I I for the
11 pact) -
. 168 ben David Bei
1 their suppoi
I] t iki place or nd
In ons held a few
ifter the split. Rafi obtained
nl of the voti while Mapai, which formed .,
tary alignment .th the left-ofcentei I
eceived cli ie to 37 percent Despite int.
- work of two years, until recentl) there were
lications that Kaf, managed to acquire am drar,
opular following.
Then came the encirclement of I- Mav by
ind his allies, and the imminent .,,| orH.nl.
"f Israel's annihilation Under popular pres
which reached the itage of stre.-t demonstrations
Ministei Eshkol relinquished the .....t of Minister
' I" nse, which he had held, and handed it our to I
fl, Who within a week, became the victorious hero of
the six da> war.
appointment of Dayan as Minister Of Defense was
a major defeat for Mapa. secretary yenei al (and former
Minister) Mra. Golda Heir, who fought tooth and nail
Plan To Merge
nt it rhus when Kafi eecretar) genera] iand d
Depot) i" us,- Minister under Ben-Gurion; Shimon I'
eed that in view d the changed situation, i
part) m to reunite with Mai ii without an)
ins, it was (put,- dear thai "'- Meir will d
in her powi i- end n ition
' eaden ol b ..Id Im- hard
to di fine any genuine
in. often de
: -':
task about id<
ically oriented k .:,
ibor movement \- those vho rose in end ai
the defense- establishment But essentiallj it was
i light our the future leadership ol domina
tical part) nd, Um n fore ol Israel herself
When Mr Perea offered unconditional reunion
' I' bviousl) he was under the imp
Gen Dayan's appointmeax to the Defense Ministry WI
Mr Eshkol bowed are, the actual politic'
'ii of It was the threat Of : Ml ol at least
i ot the younger Mapai Knesset members w>
appointment. Mr Pi res saw tin- ai -
cation that, in a reunited party, former Rafi li
plus the younger Mapai leaders had a good chance to bi
come the majorii)



Auaust 11, 1967
* Pnitf ffaridR un
Page II A
Florida JWY Attend Coiivoiilion
%
lAMfi STERN
Department Commander
f//>/>/ Kingsley
\n SEFTY Faculty
i.tWn Ralph P. Kingsley, spir
leader of Temple Sinai of
tfcDade, will serve on the fac-
of The South Bait Federation
[Temple Youth Institute, to be
tugUSl !H2fl .it the Oloman
\p Institute for Living
laisil), in Cleveland. G labbi Kingsley, who during the
' "i Mimmer. was on the fa
|t\ of the National Leadership
titute in Warwick. New York.
who acted as "Dean of mimcr
Youth Conclaves while in tin-
rater New York area, will be
Fompanierl by his wife and their
Utending from Temple Sinai's
jth croup will tx- the prr-sinYnt.
iid Brenner, l^-slie l.iberman,
laid Manner, Barb.na Union
Gail Kfsky
itholic Journal Rejects
^nationalization Plan
IaD-ANTA. G <\VNS> Cur
"t pressures on Israel from the
kicaD and other sources to in
rnationaHae Jemaalem are whol
|um\-rTantcd in view of Israels
dge to preserve all Christian
Moslem ^hnnes and to permit
s> to them.
s view was protected h 'TV hv
publication of the Roman <'ath
trcMioceae of Atlanta in an
irial which simultaneously as
hed that "Israel has lived a
l .. -i-trnce since 1048 and
not start the recent war'' Con
the editorial said, Those
io are now so conet' ned sboul
.... ps have been silent for
i in
TELL
THEM
ABOUT
uWELCOME
' WAGON
g you knows of a family who has
Just arrived In your community, be
aura to tall them about Welcome
Wagon. They will ba delighted with
the basket of lifts and helpful
Information they will receive I'om
eur hostess, i symbol of the com-
] mumty'a traditional hospitality. Or
|you may ""^r^
rtelconit^EiNa^ori
443 2526
James stem. Department Com
mander Jewish War Veterans of
the united states oi America, will
head the Florida delegation lo the
72nd Annual Kneniiipinciit ol the
national organization Aug. 13-20
at the Washington Hilton Hotel,
Washington, I
The Florida delegation has xhed
tiled a breaklast for the two sen
ators and all representatives of
Florida to Congress, according to
Commander stern.
The evtjrit will be held in the
Crystal Ballroom of the Washing-
ton Hilton on Friday, Aug. 18.
under the chairmanship of Past
National Commander Daniel Neal
Heller. National Committeeman
Ainslee R. Ferdie and Ralph Rosof-
sky. National Historian, members
of the Department Special Event!
Committee. "We plan to discuss
matters of mutual interest and
concern as Americans and as vet-
erans," Stern said
Highlights of the convention will
Sc the Commanders Banquet, in
honor of outgoing Commander
Malcolm Tarlov of Connecticut, at
which the principal speaker will be
Israeli Ambassador Avraham liar
mon. an address by Sen Abraham
Ferdie Serves On
JWY Committee
Ainslee R Ferdie has been ap
pointed Nice ( hairman of the Na
tional Resolutions Committee of the t
Jewish War Veterans by National
Commander Malcolm Tarlov Fer
dn- will sere at the convention to
be held ill Washington, starting on
Monday
Ferdie will also participate in the
National Policy Committee inoetin',
tug 14th and the National Kxecu
tiv< meeting on Aug ISth and 20th
Presently a National Executive
Cnmmitteeman from the 4th Region
including the Southeastern United
States, he is a Past Florida Depart
ment Commander and Fast Com-
mander of the Murray Solomon
Post 243 of Coral Gables.
The Department of Florida has
nominated him for a three year
term on the National Executive
Committee to be filled at the Re
gional Meeting on Aug 18th.
Ferdie also i< president of the
Coral Gables Bar Association ami
chairman of the Younger Lawyers
Section of the Inter \merican Bat
Association He is an Associate Mu
nicipal Judge <>i We I Miami.
lifereth Jacob Registration
Registration for fa i asses in
the religious schools oi Temple
Tifereth J u oh an I I the
'i ''i
to u 00 a.m i Mondays
hi
I 0O p m
Ribicofl, ol onnecticut, at the
opening session; a speech bj Wil
liam Driver Administrator <>i Vet
erans' Affairs Veterans Adminis
nation.
Attending the convention irom
Florida arc Regional Commander
Irvin Steinberg; Past Department
Commanders Irving M. Cooperman
and Jack Berman: William Samet.
Norman Bruce Brown Post 174.
Leo Slachter. Wot Miami Post 223;
M. Jay Berliner. Murray Salomon
Po-t 243; Maurii in, Miami
Beach PosfJ 330 and Depa
Si i ond Junior \ ice 'ommandi r
Arthur Horowjtz, Broward Count)
Post 613 David Pechenik, North
M ; iiii Springs Post 6
and Department Quartermasti
Id Uhr, Abe Horov it/ Po I
FrTedlander, Harry
Cohen Rosl 7^3. Marvin Du*
Colonel David Marcus Posl 74'
and Alvin Weinstein South Da
Posl 778
Miami Beach Mayor, Wife Commended
"-Icome Waqan
ISttSS call en BM.
mSiNn te
>e Jewish f loridion.
II !. renew ond moll te
Circulation Dept.,
r\0 ./j, viomi, Fir.
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Miami Beach Mayor Jay Dernier
a lifelong Democrat, proved that
even a dedicated Republican re
sponds to Miami Beach's brand ol
hospitality
Friday. Mayor and Mrs. Dermer
received a letter from Mrs. Lillian
McGillicuddy, GOP National Com
tnitteewoman from Arkansas and a
Site Selection Committee memhei
The letter reads in part:
"Dear Friends:
"Your wonderful hostship of me
and the other members of the site
committee during our recent visit
to Miami Beach will long be re
membered bj each one of us. Your
dedicated interest during all ol the
Ion;; hours ol our checking the la
cilities. in spite of your invalidism,
I feel was a great influence in the
final unanimous recommendation
of the committe. You are a most
attractive and personable couple,
and your fair city is blessed to
have you serving as it-- Mayor I
can't help but wish that you we
Republicans.
"My best wishes to you two wo
derful people and looking forwa
to seeing you in August 1968
The Mayor, despite an ailing lc
and his wife. Yaffa. headed tl
city delegation that played host I
the Republican Site Selection Co
mittee last week and clinched tl
committee's selection of Miami
Beach for the COP 1968 nation I
convention.
Aissm mm
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A ocational Agencies Adapt Changes
NE V YORK fJTA) The 25
Jewish Vocational Services agen
*Jea In th? United Slates have
ClCS ... ,i,. V.II1IVU jidica 1IJM
evolved major changi In their ten
ice projrams during tile past dec
ade to serve effectively the ch.-mg
ing needs <>/ a Jewry for which the
increasingly open American societ)
has presented unprecedented new
career opportunities.
To assist Jew* with such oppor-
tunities and to aid other Jews with
vocational problems, the 25 JVS
agencies are spending annually
around S6.000.000 according to Ber-
nard Stern, executive director of
the Jewish Occupational Council
the central coordinating agenc>
for the local Jewish Vocational
Service groups
Information on the JVS service
program changes developed from
a survey of long-range directions
authorized earlier this year by the
Jewish occupational Council Board
of Directors.
Career decision problems for
Jewish students have changed
markedly in the past decade. Mr.
Stern told the Jewish Telegraphic
Agency, and JVS programs have
been adapted accordingly. Ten
year* ago, primary decision- on
career choices were made by Jew
ish teenagers during their high
school da] Currently there has
been an increasing shift of the time
of that decision to the college at
tendance period The JVS's are ex
perimenting with new approaches
to reach Jewish college studen's tc.
help them formulate sound careei
plans Specifically, Mr stern point-
ed out, the Jewish Occupational
Council ha- set up a national pro-
gram through which the student
who ha* received initial counsel-
In a JVS in the city is oil ed
follow::;! service by the JVS nearest
his i .. land, foi i \
ample, the JVS lias set up a joint
office with the Hillel I indal
at Western Reset vi I olle an
Institute of Technology for
In other r. ies.
JVS agenciei are in touch with
leader- of Jewish fi atei nitii -
special servic
SMALLER COLLEGES
With 8u tj 90 perc til ol II
an Jews now atti
ing colic e, Jewish youth also is
feeling the pinch of the nun-..
ind for i
JVS < ninselors at proi
Jewish youni ith up to late
information on colleges previously
unh< and unthought 11 b>
lo get
colli ge J w Ish college ]
t ein lai ge urban i
i enti. i tend natural!) to tl
nt the big cit) urn en ities, U
h applicants, i h<
JVS collect Infoi nation
on qualifu iller colleges and
brin .\,- Jets
.li
Stern said this pi i u imolves
collei' : Btion i to uhi 'ii
i table in ol
if studii
thus i ,,.
pair ten
that t! I ma) not be suitable
far him as a Jew
Similarly, because the numb
of Jewish persons in th" BCh larh
and scientific fields has escalated,
Jewish students need upto-daie
information on graduate schools.
and the JVS agencies now provide
this as well
PROFESSIONALS HELPED
Another major area of change
has been growing acceptance of
Jewish college graduates for the
"executive Mite" of major Ameri-
can corporations Such Jewish com
munal agencies as the American
Jewish Committee have acted to
induce American corporations to
accept qualified Jewish profes-
sionals for executive positions. The
role of the local JVS in such efforts
is threefold, according to Mr Stern
The JVS works with placement
offices which traditionally have told
Jewish personnel not to bother
applying in certain areas of Ameri-
can industry because it would be
a waste of time. The JVS seeks
to clarify for such placement
centers the fact that the situation
has changed. The JVS also seek-
to inform Jewish communities of
that change ar.d to assist Jr
applicants in actual placemen',
bringin? the qualified Jewish a;>
plicant to the right placement of
fical for a specific executive open-
ing.
Another area of changing pro-
grams for changing conditiens
stems from the increasing import-
ance of manpower anci rehabilita
tion services in Israel The Jewish
Occupational Council is helping
to provide better communic;i< i.
exchanges on programs and profes-
sional developments between Is-
rael and American vocational ser
vice agencies for their mutual bene
fit. A number of American Jew-
ish vocational service professionals
will attend an International Con
ference of Jewish Communal Ser-
vice in Jerusalem in August. The
Conference will include several
special vocational sen ice work-
shops planned by an international
committee headed by Mr. Stern
and I'erez Harburger of the Israeli
Labor Ministry.
AGENCIES ACT
The expansion and redirection
of JVS services is itself troubled
by one oi the major changes on the
American job scene: the painlul
and growing shortage of pio es
sionals Ten years ago, there was
an adequate supply of counselors
for JVS agencies. This is no longer
true The JOC is working with
member JVS agencies on intensive
recruitment and training to n
th<- need The JOC i also m ritng
u ith other national Jewish agenc Ies
to meet their professional manpow-
er needs, but the pinch continues
The JVS agencies are particular!)
hard-hit by shortages .it the- ex
ecutive level.
In 1961. 22 reporting JVS agen-
cies indicate an aggregate annual
budget of $5.132.000. which has
risen substantially since to the ap-
proximate $6.0.10.000 level. About
a third of the annual budget e >mea
from Jewish communal allocation-:
about a third from fees paid by in
dividual clients and from state r
habitation agencies: the remain-
ing third from government wel-
fare agencies
Ten years ago the JOC was a
oait lime program. It was reestab-
lished in IS61 as a fulltime agency
In addition to increasing support
from member agencies and Jew
ish welfare funds, the JOC recently
cil.tamed a three-year grant from
the federal government to conduct
a specialized research and demon
stration project on follow up coun
seling.
Samuel s Oreenberg of Detroit
and Benjamin S Lowenstein of
Philadelphia are JOC chairmen In
addition to its 25 member agenciei
the JoC members include five
tional organizations and two re
.! agencies
Kciye :: 10 entertain bOQ
] ikl i S men! House a pre
Mizrachi Womei I An ri xl With
:. be ir to: Vi M : r ihe
:. i and center Gedaliah St.: ,] :, dire lot '. ::
n which survive: |, but was rj i
by shrapnel. In pt -icon cc:
. o.i- work ing interest grot::
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CONDEMNS RUURS
Pro-Arab Communists
leet Soviets In Moscow
eJewisli Floridian
H': ji..
s
^NDON (JTA Ta -. :lir So
I news agenc). repoi ted thi I g
: the pro Vrab O m
splint) r part n I rael de
L -tins In Moscow
et id< li ial Mikhail Sus

[ ainsl thi of peace
nst the \ ital nteresl
and Israi li p< oples.
I pgation also reportedl)
lie P conden
rulers for "supporting
_. .1 States imp : lalism at
Vrab states he stand was in
I ast with that of Isn
1 mi! uni-'
L the lune crisis and w ai ;i|>
I io the Soviet Cominu
i induce Pi- denl Na
i i ilocl ade "i the
ol I iran which waa a kej
li thi outbreak ol wai on
3
d tell dele ates were Mcir
L the en Urj of tii' part) -
lii'ui" and TwefJk Toubi, were
Hi its central committee. The
lerence, which was bald last
Ibday, was attended by Sualov,
1 of the Soviet politburo,
Hoii- Ponomarev, secretary of
,il committee oi the Soviet
; Party, hn baa ipei al
onsibilit) lor relations with
Jicn Communist parties.
i and Toubi, a< cor ling to
ikasj I ;i port, also expressed lull
(oi !.! consistent steps ol
mist Part) if the So* iet
1 hi So* iel go\ ernmi i t
i strength* n peace and interna-
In the Middle Bast,
to uphold the just cause of the
Vrab p -oi les in the face ol
io The Tass stati menl i
i ai tici| '- in the mi i
agreed thai i ael I op must pull
tl seized ten ito it to th
ions th held bel ire June 5 "
'I ho Communist Party in Israel
i Vugust, 1965 alter month*
le betwi i". th two wings
i the p -i tl IcwKh
fa oi ing .i more moderate
olic) toward thi Isra Vrab i
d the !;n I) Ai abic group,
hich 'i ten followed ai rxti cme
ti position i" i" thi June
war.
Mer Tain id Opens
School Enlistment
Temple Ner Tamid announces
school registration for thi
year la now in progress Parents
may enroll their children week
days from !) ., m | jj p m and on
Sundays from 10 am to 1l* noon
t'nder the personal supervision
of the Rabbi, Or Eugene Labovitz,
and educational director, Bruce
Ricbman, departments to be open
for tlic coming year include Sunday
School, kindergarten through the
7th grade Hebrew school, 1st
through ">th mad.'. Hebrew Minn
Si hi ol 1st and '-' I j eai pre con
firmation confirmation and post

pic Ner I ami I Is !> cated .*;
79th Strei t and Carlyli \\ cnue.
David Ben lurion and Rnbbi Leo;
in conversation al dinner in Israel where former I i
i addressed 1 bC Miamians pai
pilgrimage. The dinner I
Leukemia Society Plaque To Cubans in Exile
A plaque to the Cubans in exile
has been presented by the Leu
kemia Society for their outstand
m. contribution in support of the
society 1987 I*.i le Count) appeal
Mr W illiam Clifford, acting di.
rector oi the Cuban Refuge* Cenl
er and Mr Harr) B Lyford. the
iublic information din c
lor, will pla~ce tl e plaque in ;i
prominent location in the Fi
Ilou -1
Greek Officials
To Ease Rules
WASH! GTON ITA \
I ha i eek Go<
ill
; -i tions on I u ish
mm itj ol Greece and allow
its own internal
i'i William A Wexler,
' of B'nai B rith, said 'his
week lie expn satisfacl in
with an o.fii the
Greek regime would n
li crees it had
'..-1 mont mi-
on Ji ish i: presi tal on
on Hie diiectoiati i I the '< 'i
ma oi fui
bodii
! Herman Edels-
directoi ol the B'nai B'rith
li t< : iati mal Council, mel -
rately with Greek officials and re-
presentatives nf the Jewish com-
munity in Athens last week They
ived assurance thai the rul-
ings which would have placed
two non-Jewish Government of-
ficials on each oi the five-member
boards governing MS. the central
committee for Greece's 13 local
Jewish communities and OPAIE,
which administers heirless proper-
lies ol Jewish victims ol Nazism,
be amended, Dr w i xler
in
: Vt hi
Sa
this is the way we go to class
potty flinders
hand-smocked dresses
copper, newest color to shine in
rhooi, fales on the charm of
ng, And mom can forget the iron-
's to Ferma Press For-
poly
A. Bishop collar I $10
B. Jv nper, removable 1
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Harvard Taps Weisbard
ALAN J. WIISBAKD
Ancient Temple
Sustains Damages
MaHV TOME-OTA)A 24-hour
police tiuard is being maintained
over the 65-year-old Chevra Torah
Anshe Chesed .-ynasonue. in the
Brownsville section of Brookhn.
which sustained S10.0OO in dam
ace* when it was entered and van-
dalized last Thursday ni^ht The
hoi) nik w,i> broken into, and the
Torab scattered, prayerbooks were
ripp'-d. memorial plaques were torn
from the walls, and window* were
h were stolen
ice believe the sjna Eogue i<>
ca'ed in th-- heart of what is new a
\> .!<> and Puerto Rican nt-iuhbor-
hood. ua* noi the victim of racial
or anti-Semitic a**ault. but of
burglars who broke into the syna
through the side door dur-
ing the night When noihinu of
marketable value was found, they
appan nti> vented their frustration
by tearing the place apart The
synagogue was built when the
first wave of Jewish immigrants
arrived in Brownsville. Today.
many Of its former Jewish r*M
dent* live In other parts of the city
and in the suburbs.
Entering his freshman year at
Harvard next month will he Alan
j Weisbard, if> year-old son of
Mr and Mrs Ralph M Wei*haid
7516 Jewel Avenue. North Ba>
Village
What will distinguish Alan
from his fellow freshman is the
fact that he has been accepted
at the college following the com-
pletion of his junior year at high
school.
The student also submitted his
credentials to Yale. MIT. and
Michigan State, ail of which of-
fered to accept him alter comple
tion of his junior year at Miami
Beach High School. Harvard was
chosen by Alan because of per
sonal preferences.
While attending Harvard. Alan
plans to eaiT hi* master's and doc
torate. although he is undecided
what fields to pursue while con
tinuing his college education. He
will strive for a baccalaureate de
with I ered
- m calculu*.
ti let .i. im d tm I ivei sit;
Miami
Among hi.* honors are Honoiarv
Merit Scholar, first in Beach High
.n College Board evarr.. winner oi
academic letter 1965 66 mathe
natic* award 196566. Dade Coun
'y Ancient History \uard 1967
ind as a tenth grader Alan took
International Business Machine's
t.mdard math exam, making the
highest grades local officials said
they had ever seen.
Other honors earned were: mak
ing the honor roll every' period
-icne the *eventh grade, serving
as editor of the school newspaper,
copy editor of the yearbook; mem-
ber oi National Honor Society and
yuillv and Scroll; member of the
*chool bowling team and vice-
president of the Junior Heart Club
Alan has torfei'ed his chances
for a scholarship by passing up
exams open only to high school
graduate* or students in their
icnio year other scholaHfcjf*
vHh-h would have been Optra to
the youth could not be taken ad
i-e of due To the fact that hi*
father, a certified public account
ant. was in too high financial
bracket for the student t<> qualify
years of college, sixteen -year-old
Alan, a member of Mensa. inter
Facing the expenses of seven
national intellectual society, stated,
I will be grateful ir any grants,
awards, job* or whatever comes my
way' To date a grand total oi
$100 has been awarded from the
school which selected him as its
nio*t distinguished alumnus the
Treasure island Elementary School
Completing a summer job in the
computer department of Culf
American l.and Company, Alan
accompanied by his family, i* en
route to the noith where he will
enroll for the fall term.
Weisbard, Sr is a partner in the
accounting firm of Weber. Thomp
son and l.ef court.
Orthodox Group
Plans Building Aitf,
NKW YORK fJXA)- \
aimed at the restoration
construction of the scores
mgnea in the old City of
lent destroyed or damageu n,{.
the Jordanian occupation o
past two decade* ha* been launch]
b) the Union of Orthodox
Congregations of America
The project was announced
Rahhi Joseph Kara*ick. pn
of the synagogue group, fo| H
an inspection tour of the hen
places. Deploring the widesprcJ
dr*truction of Jewish bouses
worship in the Old City, i
"All 73 of the major synagogia
were found to he either cor.
ly destroyed during the Arab oca
pation or converted for secul.ir uy
such as theaters or even stables
Rahhi Karasick announced that
drive has been launched b) ti
I'OJCA to enlist the aid a i
ated congregations in 73 corrr u
ties m the Cnited States
Canada, each of which v*
nine a patron to rebuild
the destroyed synagogues m u
old City "
Treat your
Family
ioaroal
Italian
ffiycM
0 './iiVrVw^
We use the Jewish word
''mychel" because we don't
know how to say "extremely
delicious dish in Italian.
Which is exactly whal you get
from this one package. Cook
spaghetti to tuste Heal and
add authentic Italian Mush-
room Sauce. Top with lots of
Zippy cheese. Easy, quick.
SERVE SOME TONIGMTI
(.(mhhiiim.simiii:
Bagels...and Good Coffee
No taste in the world satisfies like a bakery fresh
bagel... and a cheering cup of Maxwell House
coffee. Both are constant, unchanging and match-
less in the joy they giveeach in its own, a tradi-
tional favorite in Jewish homes.
MAXWELL HOUSE
I IN S T A N T OK K E C U L A K
Always... Good to the last drop!*
IXWELL
HOUSE
COFftf
K meant Kattxr. Under iuae'iitiM af
RaMi iernaii Ian.


ridoy. August 11. 1967
JFriday, Augi
+Jmlst> nwkttcin
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Rabbi Porush Takes
foung Israel Pulpit
Rabbi Naftali Porush will serve
;.ii leader nnd ;i> school
| 0f young Israel of Great
Miami, accordiinj to an an-
by Emanuel l near.
r : !,, congregation
11 Porush \\ ;i- bom In .Jem
jj, i in 1986 Hie family
a, tl I nited Itatei In
Yi. Si b '' Wash Iheir
1953 Rabbi Porush pur
., religious and sec-
lies in ( hii ago from 1952
, ;h 1964 He attended the He-
lc i! College and in
ceived rabbinical ordinal
i! the seminary, Simul-
ittending Roosevelt I'ni-
'. received his BS de-
hemi Poru i was associated
od Ji sh Con-
rion in Lincolnwoo I, 111., for
Miami w h e
. : settled in 1964
..- :>, Gn ater Mi imi
d at Mi
During thi pa ; two
Rabbi Porush
f Young 1 srael of
ich
is located ......I
t SI in No V ami Bi
ed '> the
Ba of Miami, and
i daughter, Naomi Beth.
nths old.
5
n.

7,000 Arob Refugees
Given Employment
II ill SALEM (JTA) Seven
nd Arabs have been given
nenl emplojmenl in the West
i k area of former Jordan, now
f b> Israel, it was reported
i I's military government in
ion Of the total, 4.000 are
irncrs The others are employed
;i government agencies as
i labor*
i wage scales for employee
onthly basis have been
same rates paid by
Joi d< nian j"v eminent How
minimum salaries
i ensure a decent standard
been raised from eight Jor
Ian dinars a month to 13 dinars
tith The dinar. pe| ged to the
ind sterling is valued at
RABBI NAfTAU PORUSH
Beth Am Fetes
New Members
13th at ; I a m .
Am .1 i in- :
pio-pi ctive mi n -. s brunch
to be hi d in the social hall Di
Daniel Franco, chairman of the
membership committee will intro
duce Rabbi Dr Herbert M Baura
ard i itor Michael k> i i
ficers of the Temple to the gui
The committee consists of Mrs
Doroth} Birnhobt, Mr and Mrs
Stephen earner, Mr and Mrs Bj
ron Cherkae, Mr and Mrs Uvn
clem. Mr and Mrs Michael Clein
Mr and Mrs George I ook, Mr and
Mis B< rtram Albert, Mr and Mrs
Mark Demsky, Or and Mrs Max
well Dauer, Mr and Mrs Leo Gel
ber, Mr and Mrs Howard Katzen
Mr and Mrs Alan Kessler, Dr and
Mis Seymour Leopold. Mr and
Mrs Harold Malm Mr and Mrs
George Malm Dr and Mrs Simon
MarkoMch, Mr and Mrs Joseph
Molten. Mrs Rose Pollock, Mr and
Mrs Alvin Rose Mr and Mrs S.>1
Schwartz, Mr and Mrs Raphael
Sedler, Mi and Mrs William Sanes,
Mr ard Mis Gerard Schainuck. Mr
and Mrs Norman Solomon. Dr and
Mrs (i .bert Snyder
Jewelry Is Stolen From
Church of Holy Sepulchre
JERUSALEM (JTA) Israeli
police opened an investigation of
the theft last Thursday ol a price-
less ..old tjara an(i a KO|(| h,.;nt
shaped locket from the Church of
the Ho!) Sepulchre in the old s. c
tion Oi Jerusalem. The tiara was
taken from the lnad ol a wooden
statue of the Virgin Man
The church, one of Ch
holiest -In,: es. has been guarded
i dei des bj one Moslei
un lor at ents with Christian
- using the church.
ilai arrangements were -
lished with Israi I after occupation
of the sector in the June war
Church leaders were considering
in Israeli offer to post a
i hristian, Moslem or Jewish po
licen an inside the church to pre
venl mull, i thefts
Items Of Interest
I
Remember how good
bread used to taste?
August Bros.
still does!
AUGUST BROS. BAKERY
10777 N.W. 36th AVENUE, MIAMI, FLORIDA
Academy Plans Active Program
The Hebrew Academy, opening
Sept. 5. has set "Living Judaism"
as its theme for the coming .school
year
ill.' recent conflict between
Israel and Egypt," Rabbi Ale
di r < iross, principal ol school,
aid nt home verj
to the Jev ish poo at aism
the Jewish are
i d a living and [\
the w orld toda) it < i eati d a si
rid* 111 brio.
religious tra
about a reawakenin j their h< r
a proud heritage which they
want to pas, down .., chil-
dren
Rabbi Gross pointed out that
present enrollment, nearing the
bun mark, include, main families
which had never befori given
ous thought to Hebrew educ.
or to their place ir. 'he Jl
K.mmunity As a rcMi.t of
many of th< students who arc
have ai iti Ij no
bi.-. round However,
la i new intensified metho
i tion, states Rabbi Gross
students u| to
worl ii icj w ithin ;
year to a yeai
m is now takint
Hi ir h Ai adi mj
... Drivi Miami B<
i phone number is 532 I
Family Picnic Sunday
Th Ten i le l .;.! el h Jacol
ilj picnic will be held ,.' Hau
'.' ai h on Sundaj. Aug 13 at I >
a m.
lh< Nation..! Jewish Committee on Scouting made arrangements
foi religious needs ol Jewish boys attending the XII World Jam
bo', from ..li over the world The Jamboree camp comprises 5.000
ae agut state Park, Idaho, where 12.000 boys -'^ leaders
won lk> countries are camped together from August l to 9 Post-
IMSter E. M. Dunlap announced today that twenty-four hour a day
fll service postal units have been so popular that Too additional units
art' planned In the Miami area two such postal units are located in
-h' ppn .. cei ten- one at Northside, \u 79th Street and 27th Avenue,
'll. -tli.-r at IKIrd Street anil HE 12th Avenue.
Commander Stanley J. Coltun* R Miami Beach doctor, has
jast completed course in Aviation Medicine at Puke i nivc tj
am \i Dr Coltune i- also designated federal aviation .
User in thi South Florida zone Work bj Arkin Construction Co
hii- been started on a new $300,000 Riverside Memorial Chapel at
"i v North Miami B< ich Leonard Zilbert, vie presi
d- nl aiional funeral home on an n said that the building
to I" .. ted about Jan 1, woul new concept in "brii
the indoors" lb Super 1" 8, largest commercial air-
craft Deration will joinl Nations Ui es'fleel into non
i between Miami and New York Thursdaj This is the
pii per DC-8's ordered b) National Bach cost S8 million
\n unusual analysis of the relationship between science and religion
by Dr Sol Roth, spiritual leader of the Atlantic Beach Jewish Center
ami membei of Yeshiva L'niversit) i philosoph) department faculty
has uist ix-en published by the University.
HAVE
SOME
SOON!
WHIPPED TC HEAVENLY SMOOTHNESS
KRAFT WHIPPED
CREAM CHEESES
SPREAD LIKE A
CHARM-EVEN ON
MATZOS-EVEN WHEN
REFRIGERATOR COLD!
fi DELICIOUSLY FRESH FLAVORS

What treats to servo your family and guests! Kraft Whipped /&
Cream Cheeses spread like a charm, even when very cold. And the
different flavors create big excitement for bagels, sandwiches, party
dips and snacks. Look for them in Kraft's handy, reusable, alumi-
num bowls.
CERTIFIED
KOSHER
b. Rabbit
S .cl.mjn
and
I M CfttrlM
NOW IN YOUR GROCER'S DAIRY CASE


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Friday. August
rim--
. ^Afboiit J^ccplc and J^laccs .
NOSTALGIA
Tin- Alpha Epsilon Ahmina< Association of
Greater Miami had an exeeuHvi g with a
few pasl presidents thrown in [pi good measure
is .1! Candi Mrs Samuel G aj apartment
in the Brickcll Town House The attractive
apartment \\ .1 made moreso bj some ol Candy's
paintings rails One v .< an absl
showing .1 stark tree in yellow and black. Candy
dot 9 hei pail e and saj that
she has been lucky in selling so manj oi her
pictures The poodle, Dior, was the center oi
until the nu ghl In four month
old Kin n her walk in her pram .v
low n t<> sorority business Ren
ber when" was the cr>'of Florence Mrs Sidney)
tits I l lai old Stone, Mildred Mi
Jess Spin r Let Mrs Kol June
and I M art
Spectoi 1 hi 1 luding Fran Urs B irton)
e f. Norma Jean (Mrs. I
Mrs Marshall I'eppi r, Ii a, Mi
I- Iward Camner Joan Mrs 1 ;. 1 ne. 11
1 Mrs Richard Brickman couldn't re-
member thai far back
BLACK AND WHITE CAN BE GORGEOUS
Westview Countrj Club as transformed into a
breathtaking scene ol startling beauty, all in
black ami white In the entrance, hanging from
white velvet nbbon>. were black bird cagea ion
ng live white doves Striking tall black
candles were on the white cocktail tables and
sconces with tall black tapers were everywhere
On the buffet tables the white doves cooed in
their black ornamental cage Harry and Phylliss
Prohman wire giving a cocktail reception in
honor of their daughter, Lynn, who wai married
last month to .lame- Hauser Lynn and Jimmy
had just returned from their honeymoon In
Puerto Rico and the Virgin Islands Lynn, ador-
able all in white, is going to be a busy young
matron Th where Jimnn will be in hi- second year of law
school, I.ynn will !>e teaching In the public schools
The : if parents, the Frohmans and the H.
Lee Housers were also in black and white Every-
thing matched. Among the guests were Mr
Mrs Alex Phillips, Mr and Mrs Jerry Blank
and Mrs Robert Roesing, Mr and Mr- Burnett
Mi and Mrs Ell Timoner, Mr and Mr-
Aaron Kanncr, Mr .md Mrs James Cobb, Mi
and Mrs S I Tayloi Mi and Mrs Milton v
Mr and Mrs Milton Weiss Mr and Mrs Walter
- Dan Richti r, Mr and Mi-
: and Dr and Mrs Stanley Frehling
THERE SHE WAS
Di an : Mr- | across thi
U. Mrs Samuel Elinofl ho S
hannel 1 her T\ set They wal
Mrs Mi
ki '. whi li> 5 in New orfc
It
id that the 800 di liar
that shi I won had aln bi en cashed
- \ atching was.....1
home foi -
Ruth- vet)
Mrs Hi l*a) lor. It was 1
'1 a \ 1 -11 v
1. thej could only
TRAVEL, HERE, TRAVEL THERE
I \ ei j one doesn't Eui ope Thi
-nil in thi- continent Ida
h r husband Eddie, and then
I ard, Cathy and Carol fleu to
\ k [da's parents Mi and Mrs Archie Puldy,
^ot on the plane at Jacksonville. They
three days and two "hundred miles oi walking in
Washington Then on to New York where the
look up the daytime but the grownups had
the nights free to ee shows, Expo 87, then home.
Norms .lean ober took two year old Heidi to
visit her parents Mr and Mrs .1 l Schwai
( harleston Then home to pu-k up husl and Fred,
and off to Lucaya Just an interlude until vacation
tune Norma Jean look- ni-l like a -untan ad: the
1 imes not from the bottle but from the Brick-
ed Tow n House pool
WHAT A PRESENT!
Dr Hyman I ieber Rave his wife. Julletl
ore-en; It's an IBM Selectncl Typewriter It
due- everything but read back aloud whal she
tj pes l here ai silver 1"
- As you put on each ball it char es the type
Howevci the) are -till not made so that thej 1*1 n
spell:
a>
THIS TIME LAST YEAR
There ".1- .> celebration over at Marvin
Barbara Brown house Tin- time last yi r Mai
vin was in the hospital Now he is .1- fit >
fiddle." as the saying goes Marvin came in lati
with hi- partner. John Lelonek, who had had a
tough time keeping him business-minded until it
was time for them to return to the Brown home
v here a surprise was waiting for Marvin An
the surprisers wen- flora and Jack Castoldi. Gwen
Lipsey, \nn and Morn- Weston, Ken.i and Mur
ray Cross, Rita Golden, Gladys and .lack Fine
berg and the Hen Adds who hurried in from the
airport to say hello Also among the guests were
Dr Lewis Glueckauf and his wife Josie, the
newest ham operator in town After a lew leisurel)
hour- oi cocktails 1 buffet supper was served Jack
Pineberg is the most His fund of stories 1- un
limited and Myron Cohen could take a back -eat
Jack was never in the garment industry but the
hotel business and the I Totem grocery -tore-
are ju-t .1- p.-oud ol Ja< k .1- the garment industry
oi Cohen When absolutely no one could breathe
from drinking eating and laughing the part)
broke up Judy, her hair -winging in the newest
glamorous teenage style, and Michael, home from
college Gainesville, wire their with their d
to help pass things and dump ash trays and b<
glad that they had their Dad to celebrate with
WHO HAD MEASLES IN ROME?
Ever) summer William and Miriam Wi
t.ike their kids lor a vacation in Europe rtiej
r and drive around and I
time Abnei he mitzv a
ait all j thi- 1 v
event This year they went to Berlin firsl
Nic< ted ii 1 to red the wholi
: l'..l\ From Athens they took the Gr;ek Is
cruise The) .-topped at 0
lop ol a high hill thi 1 fairy cit)
up the -teep hill on mule.- the)
.1111- It was liki
on the enl) a whole
lighted torches waved -'""dine The ship
k in the car on the way to Tripoli tbner
.. 11.1 > rushed I R
re between their not so good Italian and
ed thai Abner had the
les a the) ot a house or an a
Abner would be quaranti led in the hospit il
2 d----- POOl N illie Neither hue nor i
produced living quarters but t>- I 1 them
one room for Abner where in was confined
tunatel) the.i I 1 hotel was an
to get rid ol them and the Weintrsubs were
anxious to U- on their way Thu- ended the
measles in Rome
mm tony^N
jgjEgq euros
Claudia
cardi
MIRACLE
when
yooTe
got it
made.
Bill Baggs Guest At Temple Judea
Bill Baggs, editor ol The Miami
New-, will speak at Temple .hid ta's
social hall Sunday morning a> the
Coral liable- synagogue launches
it- iufi7-t>8 membership camp.
Baggs. who visited the State of
Israel recently, will -peak on the
continuing Middle East crisis and
Other current world development-
Many of his recent front pa :< col
iimn- on Israel and the Middle
East have attracted widespread In
terest, according to Joseph Kre
let/. Tempi.- .hide., pn "T
Krefeti also announced the ap
pointment ol Herbert Wile
\l iami attorne) as cha rm in oi
the membership commltti
Wilensky said the temple lo
ated at 550 > Grana la Blvd .
across Dixie High b) from the
dm ersity ol Miami hop' I '
100 to its present n
of 300
-.-(I that the
was lesigned to serve the rell-
_ioii- educational cultural I
.1 i-ial needs ol 400 es b)
architect Morris I apidus
Sunda) meeting, w hich begins
with a eoiti e at 10 a m is
to all prospi ctivi n cm bei W
sky noted that religious and Sun
da) school classes will begin this
>ear a month prior to the Huh
llol> Da) bei a the late
Adult Education
Classes Register
The Miami Senior High Adult
Education Center. 2450 SU 1-t St
announces the opening "f it- fall
trimester. New classes Ivi-um on
Tuesday and Wednesday Sept s >
The program 1- designed for ma
nize the need
10 improve themselves and who
want to prep.ire thi for
more product!' i> ins
The
ram offers n an) sul
fulfill the you
\'.-- Never Too
\ lulls ma) : it In_li
I n ilar at
a

- Hi h -
Vdult coui
have Dii
tests an
: 0 to 10 on p m
thi
Informatioi

lion Centei 2450 S W '.- -
p m
Isabel Grove is vacation-
ing in Europe Her column
will be resumed upon her
return.
PROFESSIONAL FUND-RAISER
A rate oppoOuni-y o 10m a la'gi ^-o
dyn.v .. Codji Je* ih philanthropic
organ.za'>on. C
peoence d>'Mbl. Send resume o I
Bo 2973 Miami, Fla 33101
lie-- of l(o-h lla-h
Engliah calendar.
Rabbi Morris A Kippe
Ii ...or of Temple Judo
ing Conflrmal 1 -<- 1
nan, the UAHC can
land. Ca
'\
Bill BAGGS
Editer Miomi News
pwufJCy ue of f c
Cantor
Robert Finger )th,
ossistcd by
fie gCoxious
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MAH1\H STADII !H COMMIT*
SATURDAY, AUGUST 12-8:00 PM
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Assisted By 100-Voice Choi
Through The Cooperation Ot
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t

(lie VAJoman s vAjovIA
"JTewiis]!! Floridian
! Auajst
19b7
Pag-
vjm Jft*: /\ oti/iii cy ^>ocict\i
Dr and Mrs Ronald S Ruth.
1S08 N.E. 145th St., announce the
birth of a son, Brett Martin, on
July 24th Welcoming their f.i-t
grandchild are Mr and Mrs Her
bert Ruth and Mr and Mrs
Herman Pesetsk} The mother is
the former Barbara Peaetsky. The
baby also has a great grabdmoth
(i Mrs Samuel (Anna) Ruth, of
Mian i Beach
rheri arc lovelj luncheons and
^Btliei, re l"vel\ luiu^e luncheons.
j\ l,r' Alien a hridge luncheon turns
oci.i- in luncheon, then
i prise element make- il >o
i ore nun orablc
givei
l., : SVednesda\ b> Mrs Da\id
l Shi t eeted hei guest -
r hoi pink and olive
l an prinl ho less gown v
v com piece Her
Ii. was be n I ifullj tel on an
In pa Ii h te "' Kandj I ibl<
i ,-.l with col
f| appliques H< i mati. n
tli
p \\ hen I
the 'in cheon must '
al m i asion, e\ erj one w
i in l< .,i i thai ii
Idino imm sar> o
Finkelhi \m<
is Kora !> Ben
i i Berl
i.. I'erke
.a in I )ona Ii
"
i have a small i
ii hi "i oi heir daui hter : ud i
v.ho was man led ii Vtli '
An.'. 4th to David Styron, the)
> <|i i i id also In keel' il -Mm
David was in trod
tn Aunt and I ai Ic San
Anti-' Marks ls\ and Myrtle
Mai'' Hermai and Shirle> Mark-.
Paul .ir.d Lj nn Mai ks Gene and
Marks stai Icj and Ii ei e
Mark-. Sam and Lena Goldstein
Bi and Ji nie Mae t lein, Mil
Kim and Milliard < lein, Reuben
Clein and Anne and George B< rk
mi i few cousins I ho*
Clein famil> were David
and Helainc Clein, Dick and Syl
via < lein, Sandy and Diane i
lair hTarvej and Pauline Scuddy,
and Ida Lubel, .lack and
Ruth Lubin. B B. and Grace
Goldstein, Charles and Cat Cold
stein. Dr. Ben ( oleman. Sam and
llelaine Radoff, Michael Clein, Joe
Clein, Marilyn and Don Shaktnian
The Mark- cousins included
Eleanor and Howard Schwartz,
Norman and Eleanor Green, Ed
and Diane Moss, Dick and Kdna
Marks. Martin and Pauline Foi
man, Hen and Reba Kohn, George
and Jennie Burney, Sharon, Mar
lene and Felice Marks. Paulette
and Jeff Marks, Kathleen Marks
and a whole group ol smaller
Marks
l he immediate familj pi escnt
were Judi's brothers and II
wives Michael and < ind
Judy, and little sister I'ati i and
mom K.i! Goldberg was fhtl
'i
AIo the cro
' .. i- .'. Tsion B'nai
B'nth jti ii lend- Since thi
t 'leins are in the midst
the affaii hi Id oi Vug l lih
at the home
Mai ks her hi othei and sMei in
Mi .nnI Mr- Harrj K
w 15th sl v ami Bead
the Ami r va n if Al mic
11 -v Rid] 11 n on
11 m-

M Jaj Bei
imon Post 243
i ., i Sables Jew ish \\ .i \
i i .in. thi L'.S.A i- I, .i\ in _
\n. 13 to attend the JWV na
tional convention in Washington,
I'i Ja) will motor north with
his wife, Marilyn and their
three children, Fredric, Ronald
and Janice
while the poel commander is
ing the convention, his
a ill spend a few days ;ii
the home of Marilyn's mother
Mrs Alex Schwarz in New City.
NY Plans are under waj for .i
family birthday part) for Mrs
\ u-t 20
The Berlin* i s will return to
rir Coral Gables home in Sep
tember 1, alter a vacation trip
through the Smokj Mountains
MISS AUDRIY BOROK
Notional Tribune
MRS. VICTOR RllTtR
Third Grand Vice Archon
MRS. I0SIPH KltlN
Executive Secretary
MRS. ROBERT ROSEN
Grand Archon
Phi Sigma Sigma Holds Convention
Mi- Robert Rosen has been
elected tn a second two-year term
.is Grand Vrchon ol Phi Sigma
Sigma bj the sorority's recent con
vention at the Shoreham Hotel in
Washington Mrs. Rosen has been
Grand Vrchon since the group's
in i!'i."i
i Iher local members si ng as
ai Mrs \ ctor
Grand Vice Archon
I))'' ctoi e Vctn il
xi i Vudn Bo i Matioi : I
Kxpansioi i i
Mi- Joseph Kit Exi Sei
etarj
i hi the Miami
roundel ol the
eta Theta < ti al the I ivei
i i
me.r archon of the Miami Alumnae
chapter, and a former southeastern
division president she ha- also
served as First Grand Vice Archon
Director ol Fraterntij Education)
Mrs Rosen is a full-time reme
ling m-'i uc or in the D a d
Count; Schools
Mrs lfiiter has also been n
ted to a seen lei m >. oi lice
iou j ; as '
; nal I'i ibune and as Directoi
:
\ '
soroi ly's travi I exhibit
!
Miss Borok serve l .- National
l hrei tor of I I x
r elei S'atioi
i ;i in arehoi I he
M asserman Plans Local Sports I ail
I- i Issie' \\ asset n
ul Board ol direi
he i nited States Committi
' L'SA
Ihc World and
' Pan h Game.s,
is m i "
i.
le ".i- tin fund raising
chairman for the L'nited States
Committei S| i-i ael 11\ mn
astii Committee
He is current!) engaged on an
expansivi program fur i he United
.Mate- Committee Sport. lor Is.
rael in the Metropolitan Miami
area Physical education projects
in Israel as we
1 Maccal
for Tel Ax i\ in 1969 ai
t i o i
Mr '
-.
join him I i the
ii th
lishmenl ol
[or l. ii M. ai
tups ma) obtain a
45 minute 16mm color docu
lary nlm of the Seventh W
Maccabiah Games narrated b)
Vlel \llen by contactini Wasserman
at 2835 Leonard Drive, Building H,
Poinl East. North Miami
Miami Alumnae chapter, and is
pi esenl i\ co chairman ol I hi a
I I..'|iter- annual fashion -how
dessei I to bi held in No\ >n
ber foi the benefit of Th. C'l
n Centei Miss Borok
-- first
Dine Elemental*) School
Klein, who was "
Tribune durii last bieni
has been Exe I S i rei
the Cei tral I ifiii i -n
i ial K5S SI '
Uu nai
o attend the coi
the Mil
Mi- Ril l lai k via
i I ;
R
Bi \i Theta chapter.
Weizmann Far band
Welcomes levins
Mr and Mi Vioi I t i
if Israi r<
i
r
id bel
Weizmann branch Farband i
.it the Washington Fedei
torium \2:u v ashingtoi \ on
Sunday Au. 20th al 8 i m Re
freshments will b.....rvi
members and friends are inx t< I
to attend
Acadian v Women Plan Games Sight
The annual summer game* part) Mrs Samuel Rosner is president
i : the Hebrew Academ) Women of the group, of which Mrs Leon
will Ik- held Wednesdaj .it h p.m an| Rosen is chairman of the board
. the Sterlinu Hotel Miami Beach
Mis .In .pli Shapiro is chairman
of the scholarship fund project
I OOfeda will |0 toward the Acid
emy'i scholarship fund
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Friday August 11, 1967
FELICE
WOV.AN OF THE WEEK
When Cierrj Schwarti is at Ihe University o! Miami m
ihe newspaper office of the Hurricane he was entranced v>>
the sight ol what he was sure were three dark haired girls
in ,., 5Uits He was so charmed thai he made it his
business to find out There were
j t- i the Pred identical
Felice He mam
to separate the twins because i'
marriod Felice after two years
while -'.in went on and finished
college Felice hopes to complete
her other two years some day.
Felici was born and brought "|>
with her sister and brother in a
small town, Pender, Nebraska. The
girls dressed alike, thought alike
and in one instance when thej
handed in an essay unseen by each
other, the essays were even iden-
tical
They were the only Jewish
family in the town. Their father
who was a student of Torah would teach them Hebrew and
all alwut their Jewish heritage The Preds tried to instill
in then children the value of non-materialistic things and
That Felice, in turn, has passed on to her own children.
Twenty two years a<40 the Pied, moved to Miami. The
children went to Miami Beach High School and then on to
the University, ol Miami where Felice met and tell in love
with Gerald Schwartz After they were married. Felice be-
came active as president of the Albert Einstein Croup of
Hadassah, VP ol Shore.- National Council of Jewish Women.
among other community activities The family moved ^to
Omaha Change of climate, change oi offspring and they
had a daughter There Felice was intensely interested in
politic- with John Kennedy. Back they came to Miami and
Fehce took on where she had left off in the community
Fortunately for the community and unfortunately for
Felice she has never learned how to say no. She doe.- spot
jobs in PTA, Area and Neighbor Chairman for United Fund,
VP and head of the Educational prouram tor Aviv a Chapter
of Hadassah, Chairman of the Dinner Dance for Hope
School. Publicity Chairman for the South Dade Chapter of
American Tcclinion as well a- being active m Temple Beth
\-n Sisterhood The Schwartu are most active family
h of them. If sometime- Felice thinks that her husband
is a little too active I
word She has schooled herself to Gerry s temperament and
is always ready to go. even when fifteen minutes before
time he call- without warning, announcing a formal. There
are always meetings, dinners and "what not" to attend in
his i
Fehce i- the tranquil one but she also loves the exciti
men, ,(, on in their house, their life and their busi
She finds it interesting to meet people and enjoys
conversing with them The children are all active and Im-
portant in their own right, from Garj who is fifteen and
excellent at the piano and bridge table; Gregg, who is an all
player, to V. ho is eight with an AJ
u an(] haird > els in ballet Fehce twin Is
lives in Minnesota and also has three children.
there With her tamilv in the summer and
her family here in the winter They still bu
to fool themselves as well as their
n-i. i Schwarti familj all use their pool and swim a
, likes to bicycle every evening and one or two
urith her The house overflows
She and her husband do an
......
ii hei i ne bi >r, and ei
neither i- an itperl I
md to politics and local com-
munit) probli
Life i- not qmet living with Gerry; there ii alws
Something did. rent and exciting to do and Felice i- right
there enjoying every mi
Two Miami Beach Girls Join
Volunteers For Israel Program
The YM YWHA of Greater Miami
i- continuing its recruitment ol 18
to :0 year olds in the Volunteers
for Israel Program so that local
young people can join the next
contingent leaving Sept 3.
Two girls from the Miami Beach
(ami Justin, daughter of Mr
and Mrs Laurence Justin of 7U8
Surfside Boulevard and Eileen
Kaye daughter of Mrs Beatrice
Kaye. of <>li 80th Street, left on
Aug 3 from New York for si\
month- of volunteer work in Israel.
\- participants in the Volunteers
for Israel Program, sponsored by
American Zionist Youth Foun
jdafion. they will be placed in areas
'where workers are needed to help
in the recover) program now fac-
ing Israel as a result of the Middle
Bast war.
Although there is unemployment
in Israel, volunteers from the
United States are not replacing
Israelis in their job.-, but are en
ed in special restoration work
and are filling in for those still
mobilized
HJ Wedding Timer
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JHd* Ike "WjJiing
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1616 Washington Ave., Miami Beach CAll JE 2-3231
of Labor, *id in a speech on
July 6, "The absorption of vol-
unteers, no matter what the num-
ber, will not in any way prove
an obstacle in our war again:*
unemployment."
ihe Volunteers for Israel Pro-
six-i "
. in July when the first group
n
lne a 18 and 30 Wi to
. iple are now work-
tzjm hel
.
new settl ments. Soi
cleaning and classi'ving ci
equipmi i
the H
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The YM YWHA of Gn atei M
has been designated by Ihe n
lean /ioni-t YOUth Found. I
V w York Citj as thi
for the program In ll Soul
Florida area
Participants pay $638 which in-
cludes round trip transport!
(from New York) plus room and
board while in Israel
Yigal Allon- Israel's Minister Young men and women desirous
of making application tor the S
temper group should contacl
S rJ Kronish at the YM YWHA
Greater Miami 8500 S.W 8th St
Scofch Doubles Bowling
for North Dade Women
The North Da l< I haplei ol B
B'rith Women i- sponsoring
scotch double.' bowlinij nighl
ust 19. ..
thi Impel "
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Donations will i i u le 3 games
ard b
pun I rai se i 111 I i to
ng the i e House 1
ren
d, one : ilu p
pies pported and
B'nai B rith
| ickets mav I. tained
Mrs Roi
Scholarship Fund Benefit
The American Societ) of Woitli
\,, .mutant- will give i cockti
part) and bullet at the Ii
its president, Mr- Marie Wallai
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1
Twin Jewish Girls Liberated By Israel 'Troops
Prisoners Of Gaza Arabs For 13 Years
By DOV GOLDSTEIN
I: is still ;i little difficult for
p, to i full] ..it
has happened to '> p seems
nnol i mtain, .-ill a*
e, il new happiness
Thej til rind il tui I, the two
girl- from Gaza to xpression
to their i mendi
Back I ome Aftei rteen j
ii i i .if'i r thi jeai i f
; itei Ij undi i ol their
i year*
ntinu is hell. il no cha
t i athei the stn *
< ill thi to stand ip to one ol
thi inn-; soul
- in which two young girls
ha i euei been subjc
Uomi i nee moi not alom
The) came back, these tv in -.
Helen.i ("Lena' i and Josephine
("Suza' bringing 13 children
with them Thirteen children of
Jewish mothers and \r.ib lathers
t: n Gaza who taughl them, over
the yeajs to hate the dirty .lev.
es ttu .1 motile; \; i \,i the .Ah him to Gaza where the rest from time to time Tiny would
seeds ol hatred did noi sprout, and of the family was making hurried bring us the money they earned
would oi us if not
it, we had just I
un
We h ihrou ;h ;i small
i '' lr but
' !
hind l don'l
il them there
,-e ma>bi i
\< : ip and starte '
rhci .... I us
mi -tmk
. We tried I i r< sisi and
i
n essl)
Ben-Yaakov Twins Hold Picture Oi Them Ai Children
instead ol hatred [or their Jewish
mothers, the) developed a great
love for them falling on their
necks and covering their hair,
their fa theii and ai ma
vuih h"t kisses and murmuring
vi .: in their native A: i >
TO GAZAAT 9
It ii ,. ktor) ol the v ar, perhaps
one ol many, Yel il an extra
o>idinar; irj N i ) ol coii
i, m in bal
preparations lo go back to Haiia
Bui it was loo late
The coastal road had been cut
off The Ben Yaakot family was
stranded in a hostile cil) in Ihi
midsl ol a war to the death be-
tween .lews and Arabs Suddenlj
their livelihood and their entire
in wen i opardized 11
! d thi British
Trcasurj
at the hospitalevery penny of it
to help US make end- meet
''Then, suddenly, they stopped
coming. Two days Three Four. 1
rushed to the hospital It had never But lhey just laughed thai loud,
happened that they had not turned raucous lau : theirs that
up for i long a stretch at a time
I arrived at the hospital and asl
about mj girls. But nobodj an-
( d me Ever; on< si emed to
I me or, f or e yel. to laugh in
evil, mi eking *..
Yoscl opened a -mall kiosk a' II as frightening! Some-
the Gaj i lilwa) stat i Vl firs thinj I Id mi I i terrible thing
ther, t.i'. ,!,,, jordaniai i\ treated hn had I. but I didn't knov
i- Btoi ol grea iffering a we|] rhen the Egyptians came in what Nobod) wi
1 We tol the i hildn
tii- > were Jew -. thai we w oul I re
ui n t i Israel, ) es but ;. Jew -
back to thi :r ho.nes, to their
families Son i the) v
i mation to I
have
lor il mi mor
Vi trel
the) would keep u tied to
so
.>vu\ ur bi
tOO, like
1956. HOPES RAISED
AND SHATTERED
after tl
lured by thi
r oi i es during the Sii
in 1956, the Ben V
before th< Israel \
authorities in Gaza (to the
sidet al ast mishment ol tl
told them ol the
appea I Lena and Suza and
bi e them to try to trace them
and learn their fate Unfi
he) ere n 'i abl < to provide
ngle cine since the twins dis-
ried and they told us not to appearance early in 1954. the fam-
cry. thai everything would be all ;s had received nol so much as n
We wou et to know the tingle shied ol information as to
Arab characti the) said n, whereabouts
We cried out: 'No! We don't want xhe Israelis tried Righl up I
to We are Jewish! Help' Save us. .), time of their withdrawal from
body! Wi call the Police!" .,. the Israeli authorities
tried to track down the girls and
their kidnapper- B I I ir efforts
Failed. I e know why Relates
when we heard the Isra
un- tal day late in October of
I95fl ( ur' Arabs were frighti
ul il theii rits We were
.,.. io> : '.'. aye I the shells
should fall on us and kill us to
13 YEARS OF HELL
"We range house
V rii house. We wi
up Several
\<-<'- sitting in the room,
i irghil lying
; s, [\,., The 'wedding' would
lake place thai night, the) were
Faying no point in putting il of!
That night the) were nice (o us
sent a chill d spines
ne of the Arab- came
'.'. as wel d
He i | me to
my feet
his sid I nd i Moslem
aw

can you man
is your husbar I
and
His
i Raji Uvan Fro n now "'' ^ll" ai"" ,,u 5hd
he is youi mastet ind en For us. tl a! w -u have been
-;' m the rest of your life thi I vs. 11
1, is hard to in* ,n,o ftlon, Wlth lhe E*>,
he eye* Una a > Suza to see ., while Papa Yosel [ol a job as ,,>,, rind them T -r ;.'" lr ,h I.",-"" n*me was -till going on. our husb
the deep lurrow .1 tribulation in ., piumber al the Egyptian camp ... ,,.. h ,..., |ne.
heart-n ling Jewish ti i I) II ;., ,,,,. \ turned out anythii | shruggi I thi
h.,n! I to it. It I- hard I > ;|u. |,, \ .,,,K....
the toi t. racked I aces.
Their parents had married in
1932 ai settled in Haifa. The
mother was a Russian immigran'
the tat j Sabra Itive Israeli'.
In 1933 .. -on was ii n to thi m
who was named Intol) i"Tull)
The father made a living, though
a. a poi I orkei he v -- nol abli
to providi ins la mil) with all the
i nforU of life
In l. the twin sisters, 1
and Suzi wen Hiey were
but strik
tiful rheir hair was
n like
brown ol lertile sod The)
were nini yea I hen the fani
il) led II la ai I m ived to
t iwn -if Gaza w i il 'hat tim
was still under i Mandatory
rule, as was the i alestinc
n p ;... Vos, en able, nl
that n menl e thi
sequenci "i his foi a
b< tier job and a >!-;.. r ai.uv. he
at Rafah. Tully, who meanwhiU
had learned t" be an el ctricia
found employmenl in his ti ade u
the -aiiie camp.
However, as the I hatred
fur Israel was whipped up to new
h i ihts the n.....e around the
neck- ol the Jew in their midst
grew tighter Fii si dis< harg
from their jobs Then- narassnu nt
from morning to night
interrogations at Egyptian It
telligence headquarters; n peatcd
accusations thai the famil) wa-
acting as -pie- for Israel: threats
to kill them, beatings and degrada
lions
niy sister Her 'husband's' name x'-'~
was Muhammad Sanduka Mine grabbed us, in the middle of the
Ul hand- and our eyes
\- a- a youna man.
I ran to the pohci but
i ed in m> ti.i c "<
wouldn'l .' me a c am to talk rna, as I re becami the and threw us and the children
to tell them what had happened to in.r ,,. into a truckand off we went We
me, to beg them to help me fii the II on traveled a Ion- wa; maybe ten
m) girls The) literally kicked me (.a,,|, Tl it hours fTie; ive us nothing ti
nin ol the police station and called w.j; trgel il in our eat or drink. We heard the chil-
after me: 'II you don't like it here. n,,n,., .;...| us Look al dren crying begging for a <
wh) don't you 'jo and re like a couple of mi ei
If Yosef Ben Yaakot had known al ."
then what horrors fate held in
Al
How to gel oul ol h H 'l"h. :
w.i- .' hat we dreamed aboul da>
and relates Tull) "We
tried to clai n w e were I bristia
'"< Je*. jumble i
iini we wen oa) ti ...

.i- j h irprise I
d ..II the tii
-tore for his daughters he might
very well havi taken the advice of
the constables and put an nd to
hi- life
We asked Josephine Suza
he missing details in
their stor) Josephin a face
listoi ted b) a ars nd i -
irj dreamy eye- tha
-till beautiful but now reflect a
Weltschmers. She m vei rais
B
Firsl
lion:
was the degrada
ii il
, d0 d ould .ii. flamed mob would coi i
run,- in us oil Meanwhile, -ur i
Haifa port and with a badly un- position worsened We
bala ) Foresight, some
however, i- not ai i >ng the trait- m
with which
most m i
nature has endowec
In ('.;,,.' Yosef Ben Yaakov lb
tamed a position with a British
firm, and the British Treasur)
compensated him for having h id
to leave Haifa and having to adjust
to life ill an Arab society. WI Bl
more could he a-k for'.'
The family the elder son. Tully, gaiarlea a-
the twins. U-na and Suza. the hospital .
younger sister. Victoria, and the
motherwere put up by Yosef in
a pleasant, spacious flat that he
had rented in Gaza A short time
later, Tully was sent to the Zior.
Boarding School in Jerusalem.
YOU DON'T LIKE IT?
THEN DIE!'
The family's onl) source of live-
lihood m those trying days wen
the twins, who were Still draw ii:
nurses al the
of water and a piece of bread.
Their father- just beat them They
j beat them When we final
I) arrivi I r destination (I
have no idea hi r..... they
put \. filth) cellar We w
afraid to a-k questions: W Wi
afraid evi ". i ask what th< y i
lendi d lo I" \ ith u But w did
I out
We wen ''""' n'
i tings
n -

I
liers wi i
\ ; i
\ |y ii

ha< '
J i I I .-. The
- ,,!.va; -. was a
i. i| haopen, the information
ings i day Ever) one of the men .i,, v lV|,| Bjven Lena and Suza had
"Early in 1954 we began to n us as much as h,,(... correct Having despaired of
, v iu have the
uncann) fei ng thai she isn't >
|y her talkin to j iu th
e ...
'Death yes, d I
[I we could die, i
"They -' t us up
It wa two yei
is lo ked up m those r toms.
window- were I .irre They
ted us like a
All they want
', at en And '
ai al
is

rh st went j
i
,|V
1 said 1
live like that
lice that a group of Arab- kept he liked Mj fa a- instantl)
hanging around u- We ian to vol! n fi im the work of their
hear stories, whispered stories We fists M) bod) was eo\ red with
heard that two Arabs wanted us scratches and bruises, and always
local and had pail off several men to here wa- a sprained fincer or toe.
kidnap US and take us to them if not two or three
, We were just two silly 18year olds.
Yosef Hen YaakOV finds it haul |nsU,ad of n,nmriJ. hoI11(> an,| t(.|l.
to talk In fact, he finds it hard to our paa realize that he and his family have
could protect us, we stayed at the
An 1 finally -the children
"The) cane one after another,
in quick succession We loved
them Every mother loves
her
ing th- twins I'aoa. Mama.
Tullv and Victoria had cone back
to Israel before the harder was
.;ii...i once more They took a
small flat in one of the Poorer se<
hins of Tel Aviv and began slow
I) to rebuild their broken lives.
This chance had one positive ef
feet on Lena's and Sii7i's lives
Now that their husbands didn't
actually, at long last, been re n i(a| But. then, what difference
united w.th their beloved Lena and H. ma(U., Thosc nor. children Rut our husbands taught hav0 worrv aboMt ,he twins uet
Suza. As if to reassure himself that. ... would have tracked ,hom onl> one thmc: ,0 ha,e ''ne in touch with their family.
i he is not dreamina all this. Papa; down anvwav Tho poor crpa,l,r,'s Wn,n ,ney lot thev ordered them hack to tllfltr
U, 1448the Yosef keeps drawing his daughters *' them come to us. they didn t know Johe hll, a, tvvo different hos
" to himself, hugging them and run- "We began to be afraid We'd how to talk to us They told us njtah For Ih(, MS,prs. this meant
CAUGHT BY THE WAR
proclamation of Israel's indepen njnK hjs han(ls through their hair work all day from 6 in the morn- that Father had told them we
dence and. the following morning, .|, was m 1454 Yosef takes up ing till 6 in the evening and then ( were dirty Jewesses and that they.
the Arab invasion of the newborn the narrative in a halting, tear- lock ourselves in our room. We the children, should spit in our
S| choked voice Lena and Suza were ', were so scared that as soon as any faces ami hate all the Jews and
still working at the hospital and ] Arab started talking to us. we'd, that they would soon join the Pal
Yosef rushed to Jerusalem, pick sleeping in. We would visit them turn heel and run We wanted to estinian Army that would return
ed up his son and took him back there, and they came to the house go to the police, but we knew they to Palestine to liberate it from the
a mrtial respite from their an
guish: the lone hours on the job
wc-e that manv hours less of beat
ine and indignities at home
Then came the war of June 5.
Continued on Paoe 9-B


Page 8-B
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Highlights lit Sports Proposals To Parliament
BY: mSli SILVER
Israel and the Arab nations fin
llj found something lhal the)
< mid agree on it was, unfortunate
on!> in regard to amateur ten
- They all veted against a Bri
vh plan lo hold open tennis I i
: amentv The vote was 139 lo 83
:.unst open play at the annual
eeting ol the International Lawn
nnis Federation, in Luxemboui -
Pierre Darmon oi France. Abe
... ol South Africa and Esme
) manuel ot South Africa wire the
( 11> Jewish ['layer- to advance
i far a- the third round at thl
. imbledon tennis tournament in
I ngland Goin \ out earlier wen
kie Saul ol South Afri( a Tom
i kk< r ol the Netherlands, the bro
iera 1 oi gen and Jorgen l
Dei mark V'ickl Bernei
and Monique Salfati ol Fr met
Fail l were Nai in< Nel
and I en Schloss ol the U S
( a ell B Sandra "kin
i it ,in and Patrick Landau of
< ikk- r on leave from t*> Da'
al
ip to Wimbli
the quarter-finals ol the
n m '.....'- ;' hi| thi
tournej .
ed a
. d .. q n's ti nent
he whipped Roj Emerso
ti 4
M | So. 1 ranki
n pli I : t< '
ntl) II. capl
.
:. I Bel
x \ ed in M
-, ., iwo-h
\-: i ., an Clifl
1 u the a */esl
< n. : 5 G I 2- i
1..-H S loss of thi I nh i
T.-n: named to th Ml
i- IU| Conf rence tennis
. for the second lime
big upset at the National
< a) l o irl championships when he
eated Clark Graebiw r the na-
1 mi'8 thii i ranked pli yer 2 B I '
i 4 Scl <-. from Baltimore
i nked 38th nationally,
It was only a first round match
at the Qui en's tournament in Lon-
but it pitted the top two Jew
i-h women tennis pla; era against
, ,,!, olh< i Both ranked No 2
in then ( iiintries Eame Emanuel
. south Africa -topped V'ickl Bern
i .,! ( ai ada, 8-2 8-fl The last
time the two met, at the 1963
v accabiah Games in Israi I, Miss
Berner whipped Miss Emanuel lor
mil urMMris mst service
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the ^old medal
Peter Fishback of Great Neck.
NY., who plays for the Universitj
of Michigan, won the New York
state Men's championship .
Marilyn Aschner <>t Holliswood,
N.Y., has been named to the Junior
Wightman Cup team Don Zis-
quit >f Yeshiva University won the
Metropolitan Intercollegiate tennis
crown in New Vork. Zisquit. from
Miami Beach, spenl last year stud)
ing in Israel
Angela Buxton Silk, who won the
Wimbledon double- crown in i:>.->t;
has announced that she is moving
from London to Israel She is gi\
ing up a iccessful mail ordci
business t(< live in a kibbuti m ai
Syria and teach physical cduca
tion
She first visited Israel as a
the 1953 British Macca
es rean
al b) cai ll i womi
singles title Wi fell *t had to
_ to help said Mn Silk
i it net decision
Han Id \ l bair 77 Ircasui i i
if tl !..-
Vss for the lasl II >
i, I .i r formi i i'
man "i the Tennii
. e 40 yi ars ol m n ii e to
ll. u n i r I
leur nil'
ol thi inl rnatiot
he was in 1953 chaii
tion pn
H
a men. er of thi Vmerica
I ommittee ii
S| In 1951 he received a
troph> given annual!) to I
ol ti nn !
Eddie Herr ol Miami Beach re
i j returned from a vlsil to Ihe
\2 leading tennis nations He made
his trip "ii behalf of Ihe Peopli
People Sports program to lini
two member Junior Davis Cup
teams for the Sunshine Cup com-
petition which wi'.l Ik' held in
Miami Beach on Dec 2R Jan l
Heir the tournament director.
hope- t<> play host to 40 nations,
which would make the Sunshine
the largest international tennis
evenl in the world. About Israel
Hen said "With Ihe situation the
wa) it i- the) ma) need finam Lai
help to -end the players Lasl year
they paid 1600 for the players I
think we may have to try for
donation- this year -nice the
runs around 12 000 '
AT&T Construction
On Center Begins
The American Telephone and
Telegraph Company began con-
-ti in tion recently on a new over
-a- operating center in Jackson-
ville. Lawrence B Sheffey. vice
president for Southern Bell Tela
phone Company, said the center
will employ about 200 telephone
rators when it i- placed into
service nex! summer, with an esti
mated 4<>0 more to be added with
in Bve yean
The new center will l>e the fifth
of it- kind in the I'nited States
Others arc at Mew York City; In
White Plains N V in Miami and
Oakland, Calif
Today, man; overseas calls are
being dialed by long distance oper
ators throughout the r.s. directly
to telephones in foreign countries
However, about half of all over
i ail- are channeled through
iters, such a.- the one
buill m Jacksonville
The 4" 000 square loot. *l mil
lion center will he used for oper
ator handled calls between the
L'nil iribbaan
Central America Later, it will
en i i South American coun-
tries thai are now bandied at an
ii in New York
JERUSALEM -..ITAi- Former
Premier David Ben-Gurion pro
posed in Parliament that a belt
of Jewish settlements should be
established around the Old City of
Jerusalem as part of a program
of intensive Jewish settlement of
the area
He also proposed that the He-
brew University should transfer at
least half of its facilities to the
former campus on Mount Scopus.
which was abandoned when Jor-
dan seized the Old City and it-
environs in the 1948 war A small
maintenance unit remained on the
Mount Scopus enclave which was
-rrviced br a tw ice-a month con
vo) from Israel during the 19
years until Israel re-took the area
in the June war
Mr. Ben-Gurion proposed also
that at least 20.000 Jewish families
should settle in the former Jewish
quarter of Old Jerusalem which
the Jordanians destroyed and in
the empty ana- around the Old
City which have been incorporated
into the reunited Jerusalem He
-aid his proposed belt ol Jewish
population would contribute to the
Wfewe got the
icrs
H. H. MARCUSE
food a Bavaraf* 0,rector
LOUIS WITKIN
Maitra d'Hotri
Cull JE 1-6061
OCIANFtONT, ISA I. 26th STS.
MIAMI BEACH
Keep
The
Miracle
Going .
be a united
fund
volunteer
call
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3 easy ways
to get the
Zip Codes
of
people
'3!*rf write to:
J Wlionvou receive a letter,
note the /ip in the return
ddte- and add it UiyuiXt
address book.
2 Call your loral Post Office
or see tin ir Nations)! Zip
Directory.
3 I-ocal Zi|>t ran be found
on the /ij) Map in the
business pages) of your
phone ixxik.
Pubiithtd at a pit -ooo-
trj' or until fit* Ad.f if C
raising ol the standard of Hi
ot Arab resident- ol the area
Ha emphasized that ptans to
give "Jewry's eternal capital" a
Jewish character should not bo
done by evicting th* Arab popu-
lation "not even on soul "
More houses near the Western
Wall in the old sector of Jerusa
lem will be demolished soon t >
increase the length of the Jewish
shrine area from :io to more than
100 yards, officials reporU d Own
era oi Ihi houses ill !* couipen
sated in accordance with Israel law
Call:
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THE HOST WITH THE MOST
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got the most to ol'er you conside'ate
counsel, ma'veious facilities tor groups ol all sues foi
affai' a stalt ot che's and part. p-u s
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MEETINGS PARTIES tor up to 3.500 iuets
Dwy laws mciiv obscn ipervuion
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> hnist Fkw idfiann
Page 9 3
1
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; 7 '".'.
:
fwins Liberated From Gaza
Continued from Page 7-B
Once i 'lie -hut- from Israel's
rannous rang out like bolls > ration hi Lena's and Su/.Vs lor
lured ears Onc< again hope sprang
i|> in their hearts Maybe
maybe Hun tune''
THE NIGHTMARE IS OVER
Yes! This tune freedom was . I'h lighting in the stre t-
Gaza There were -ml po< ^
\..t> .i-,-'.!,(. \'.ii snipers
i nd shuttered mii
rooftops Itn'
i I hi ng ini.iT. tin- poeki I
11 i liminati one by
I l it w re flushed
u .1 -
]".. i briel ;

helti i n
j S /.i took
ran to I ere she I
; .. \
i taken ov r Bui she
'
Little bj little iSuza fainted scv
cral more times bi fore managing
t<> fintafi), the incredible talc <>t
the twins' experiences emerged i<>
tin- light <>t da) Even before she
lad finished her storj Israeli offi
and >oldiers had rushed off to
the homes ol the two sisters There
;i the collars thej found thirteen
children, hall starved an I pining
for water
The husbands
Thej had fled
no' there
With Suza looking after the chil
dren. l.ona joined some officers ol
the Militarj Governor's office in a
tor I he esl I Ih fam ily in
I rael Meanwhile I !. had insti-
I an inq it the
nd, askim t the Israeli
'
le mis ing sisl
V ti
fi
11 k alter th 'ir
I moth
tin in e
New York Changes
Infants Procedure
NEW YORK .n A \ New
York Citj procedure ol assigning
abandoned infants <>t unknown
parentage to Catholic. Protestant
;iml Jew i-h homes in rotation has
i been cancelled in a major policj
change made public here tin- week
The effect <>t the change is that
nts for such foundlings will be
- tin ir qualifications, w ithoul re
Qua requirements Twent) to 25
foundlings come under citj can
annuallj. about t:,i per cent ol tl
Negro
l hi- change f| .i .,
current procedure applied when
l ai .i in .(
ship In -in h cases the infanl
' i lhal particular n ligion
- were adopted by the
citj Department t Social Service
on July 15 Commissioner Mitchell
.1 Ginsberg said th. I is a result
ol the chan e I e
will be what is best for the child,
not the religion of the home into
Whi< h In il II. .nil., ,| th;,,
the religious rotation -, tern had
led -n an ,,eli men) ol Inflexibility"
in adoption ;
; emi nl foi m
The n 'a1.on |
a long -I
' 11 ;
''lit
I il
loimdlm. in the
nil ni e
',. I
In 19 Wise
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:
B'nn! B'rifh Elects
.In! S Ho
lei. was i i o| the
B'ritli Hot .it a
recent luncheon meetin at I
Mgiei II"'' i Sci hint
will be \ ice presid -nts ( I
akman Algiers Hotel, Jerry
Sussmar i arillon Hotel, Ji
i dm Seville Hotel and Bernie
- Monte Carlo Hot< I
Jewish Cooking
\ -.:;- \ arianl ol fish is a si iffed
ubich the fish is baked whi aft i straight
down lengthwise The tuffu is put on top of bones covered with
the top half ol fish ked ITie re till is supnsinglj good,
STUFFED FISH
Cut fish :n half lengthwise, cover with the top of fish and
rub top an I bottom ol fish with the following sauce 2 tcasp
ol -. ". : u aspoon ol paprika, i small clove garlic mashed and
cup vinegai cup vegetable oil.
STUFFING
Heal 2 tablespoons oil m skill.t. add 1 onion minced When
becomes translucent, add one clove garlic, mashed, l green
pepper, cubed, ;< teaspoon paprika 2 eggs, cup bread crumbs,
1 tablespoon vinegar and 'i cup milk Mix ingredients I i ether
Top one hall fish with stufing, cover with other half; fasten
togethei with toothpicks Hake at 4(H) degrees F allowing
in minutes per pound, and adding five minutes to total baking
time for each pound over five pounds Baste with oil ii i i
A favorite dessert which oar grandmothers favored is K ssel
It resemble- Jello m appearance bul the taste is more subtle It
with various nun- or a combination ol them such as
raspbei i ies oi cui i
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. i, bi .iu to .i b iil, add fli ornstarch
m ki d with water to i paste and boil 5 minuti n
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watei to cover potato flour oi cornstarch used to thicken.
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\Ydconk$ij\Iii<)n
Professor Abervacli talks
To B'nai B'rith Lodge
Professor Moshe Abei vach. as
ciate professor at the Baltimo
Hebrew College, will speak on"TI
tircal \\ imai Jev ish War.' at
B'nai B'rith Lunchei i
Club ruesday at 12:30 at I
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%bei vach, who t. i ., story I
the i i the author ol -
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Friday, August 11. 1967
Court Bans Child Removal
LEGAL NOTICE
LEGAL NOTICE
LEGAL NOTICE
NEW YORK (JTA) Nl
York State Supreme Court .lu-
Oeorge RI Carney ruled here tht>
wcik-.nd thit an l.-r.itl: unman.
previously married to an Amer-
ican, must be ; ntly en- ler- nd prior to their remarriage
to Israel _jjr Wechsler bas also married
her two daufzhl ithe mol I Im d cut-
the childrer while the
ation Re
in the inn. i 5ts y. Mr Mi i reass
Mrs. B "'la- by h:s employers to a post in Is-
_,,, [sra, nd his wife canted to take
ma Marash fessica and Maura with her to
, mploye of Isi Mr Wei mplained
Israel -he woman's and had been previousl} granted
Vt'echsler a temporary injunctii rt the
divorced in oi his daughters to Israel.
In making the '.<>n per-
, arne> stated he
the
rom their mother How-
ever, he ruled, the children, as
Am. ed to
be broui
entitled to l e manj I they
ran recevie here in the land of
rth, which cannot be af-
fordi in anj other country,
ncludin Isra 1."
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY OIVEN thai
the uii.t" i *tgm-I. d**irtni to angac*
m In-.....s> u' il< :li* fn lil'"U> iiiiim-
,.f oJ'.M.ITY DENTAL. LABORA-
T.'ltY :ii >T< S w *" Unilli Miami
MM *""
Circuit Court Pi
After -he ,1 VOTCC Ol MM Wechs J ,, ..,,-
1963; and her two daughters by
Mr Wechsler, Jeaaica, 0, and
Maura
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IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
No 75685 C
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IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
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FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DAOE COUNTY
Civil Action No 67-9477
NOTICE OF FORECLOSURE SALE
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IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
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NOTICE OF SUIT
No. 67 11590
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LEGAL NOTICE
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCU'T
Or FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. FLORIDA
NO 67-6777
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IN CHANCERY. No. 67 H505
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