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friendi kmong th< ere Kabbi and Mr-
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fabs Receiving Medical Treatment
Hadasssli University Medical Center
By PHILIP GILLON
lERUSALBIf, IsraelScores i
|bs from the Waal Bank and the
City of Jerusalem are flocking
Ihe Hjdassah-Hcbrew University
ical Center for treatment
lie of the diseases that afflict
^m had been eliminated from
|ael years ago.
M.my of 'he patients had made
ronp'1-. of Arp.S h"-|>ii;iN in the
bddle East, seeking cures be-
leen the Mediterranean and the
iphratM. while they were denied
Icesa to the largest medical con-
in the area, only a few miles
mi their homes The chang -
I'n i ht bj the Six Da> War are
Inking available lo them the
dge and skill of lladassah
Mary, a re ident
Beth from liv
!: H .1 crilI ll
itigue, li
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had been u : she
las ire ited in Beirut, but th
tie a pi was incorn v I
I ah, she responded ver> rap
|u io tn mi nl and now i- oul
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ble to return home and an
|e \> ithin .1 few weeks
Kn V'.ih 111 Hebron had
r" .1 ditch and sustained .1 pos
|ble spine fracture There is no
fthopedic specialist in Hebron, so
bron Hospital referred him t'>
l.id.i Fought in an army ambulance >
tmpanied h\ two lrab nurses \t
I ih. the patient is making
icellent progress
Several cases of Arab children
kffering from cirrhosis of the liver
:i\e been brought to Hadassah
nd admitted to the Pediatrics De
Isrtment It i^ unusual t" find this
rarfful affliction in children Ha-
j^-.ih pediatricians are try'ing to
iiermme whj Arab children have
his disease, so thai preventive
1 asures can be taken
In some instances, Israeli Jew -
kroud ot Hadassah -are brin
kr.ili 1 riends old and ne
I men! One trab in Nablu<
|ad injured his head when he fell
a w indow When he .1- vi
|ed by ;> veteran Israel buil lin
lorkei from Jerusalem who
know thi ...
In the old days before 1948
) the in
3 1 \ iis m ife mi"
1 to lladassah foi exam in at
neurosurgeon who treated the
patient at once
Man) Arabs suffering from skin
diseases, eye ailments, dysentery
and other internal disorder* now
are streaming to lladassah. Most
of these illnesses had been endemic
in Israel years ago and had been
eradicated. Later, they had been
re introduced when hundreds of
thousands of immigrants came to
Israel from Oriental countries, hut
once again the diseases had been
mastered. Today, these illnesses
have returned to the Israel scene
and Israeli physicians are dealing
with these communicable diseases
in Arab patients
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ORT Leader Here
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To Council
Climaxing 1 summer of informal
membership activities, Lincoln Di
vision and Shores Division of/great-
er Miami Section. National Council
Jewish Women held membership
recruitment coffees last week
Ne members welcomed al the
home of Lincoln Division's vice
president of membership, Mrs.
Elinor Robbins, were Mrs Yetta
Chidnoff. Mrs. Marj Dendo, Mrs.
Faj li inhere, Mrs VIollj Jai
Mrs Emily Kamen, Mrs Hannah
Lewis, Mrs, Lillian Linard, Mrs.
Hanni 1 Oki n Mrs Ethel Schul-
man. Mrs \i n Silvei man and
Mrs Sue Winick
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min Hanisoi
Inseli i

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MRS. MAX M.KOStNtlRG
ORT musl assume as a result <>i
rio is bombing of one of the
schools in Jerusalem and the ad
nil financial burdens that
1 ii: r Israel is facing in the accel
if trail ins. per
-oils to n an Israel's indusl
Mrs Harold Schne der R< [ion
IT' sident, is calling special nu
nl' the l< hers
,,f ihi theastern Florida Region
[reel the National President
a firs! hand report i thi
irisis that exists in the ORT Is
rael netwi
The 1.1 si mi eting for top eche
the Executive Committee
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second meetin is scheduled for
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B on 1 'ii
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ii; i office, or b) Mrs Herman
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Parkinson Women
Show New Home
I '.' men's D\\ ision
ol Ihe National Parkinson Founds
ti n announces its firsi tour of the
newlj acquired Seidman Parkin-
Hope buildin
N lii'ili Rt Miami on Saturdaj
\'i : 19 al 11 30 a m
Brunch will be followed
bj .1 book review to be given by
the Foundation's National chair
m hi and president, Mrs Jeann
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Mariscal Plays
Mana-Zucca Score
\ former pupil of Mana-Zucca
lose Mariscal, now assistant pro
lessor nf piano at Si Xavier Col
lege, Chicago, gave recital lai
Fridaj al the Morgan Recital Hall
before a capacitj audience.
Mariscal played 24 Preludes bj
Chopin, a new Sonata by Mana
Zucca, and also a group of shorter
pieces i>> this composer ll" will
'epi i.i tins program in New York
111 October.
The assisting artist Virginia
Englebright soprano presented
five songs by Mana-Zucca, with
the composer .11 the piano
A reception given l>> Mrs
Eunice Morgan followed the eon
or' Among the hostesses were,
Mrs Jennie Grossinger, Mrs Albert
Pick, Mrs Shirley Chertok, Mrs
Russell I hland. Mrs Marwin < 'a
sel, and Mrs Charles Morgan, Jr
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The Jewish Floridian
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Dates or Sequential Designation:
-v. 63, no. 20 (May 18, 1990).
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The Jewish Floridian
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Miami, Fla
Creation Date:
August 18, 1967

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Jewish newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
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Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre:
newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage:
United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami

Notes

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

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University of Florida
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All applicable rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
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Jewish Floridian and Shofar of Greater Hollywood
Related Items:
Jewish Floridian of South Broward
Related Items:
Jewish Floridian of North Broward
Related Items:
Jewish Floridian of greater Ft. Lauderdale
Related Items:
Jewish Floridian of Palm Beach County (Palm Beach County, Fla. : 1975)
Related Items:
Jewish Floridian (Palm Beach, Fla. : 1982)
Related Items:
Jewish Floridian of Palm Beach County (Palm Beach, Fla. : 1985)
Related Items:
Jewish Floridian of Pinellas County
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Jewish Floridian of South County
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Jewish Floridian of Tampa
Preceded by:
Jewish unity
Preceded by:
Jewish weekly
Succeeded by:
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^Jewish Flaridian
Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY
V '!um 40 Numb'.'r 32
Miami, Flonda Fridny Augus: 18 1967
Two Sections Pr
Israel Cabinet Views
'Map Of Middle East'
ARAB COUPLL
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A I Cny and
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ib! to I
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Economic Conference
Establishes Machinery
JERl SALEM I ITA)- Israel's
inel is current!) discussing the
map of the Middle East, "accord
'ii Israel's ideas, wh 'n pe
uith the Arab, is ...; eved." For
Minister Abba Khan decla
today But, he added, the
i nm< nl will not make its views
m thai subject pi blic al this ti no.
n i these \ iew s ti Its II until
he time win n direct ne ot ation
the \.:<'< il ites besin "
Makin \ the announcemenl al a
-- i oni ence, Mr Bban de-
1 to ans i 'in. stions as to
Ihei Irah sti tesmen had al
put on' fi elers regar
talks ;h l-i a -I Hov ever,
he said, the Arab statesmen are
lot ui ready to negotiate al tl Is
time Such tendi ncies, he de-
I, will develop in the Future
ol pressures in an existing
situation. "Iff iced with the alterna-
tive ol n | itiation or the prospect
h it Isr ie| v ill not budge from the
territories she now hold- he ob-
\ i l. "they w ill eventually r<
ilize that they ha\ e to negotiat<
Concerning the United State?
i on arms shi iments to Is
ael Mr Kl> m raid "A
\ ith the United state- i. a n ces
sit> and Is continuing in ordei
teep the Israeli army strong."
Mr Eban said that the Aug SI
i II nc I >r the return ol Vrab
efug >m .Ionian to the Isra 1
held v esl bank ol the Jordan River
Continued on Page 11-A
l IN Gets Report On
Cease-Fire Situation
JERUSAl K\l J i \ \ per
manent secretariat for the In
ternational Economic Aivisori
Conference to the Israel govern
ment. in v.huh tome <><> "f the
world's leading Jewish financiers
Hungarians
Executed
In Budapest
LONDON (JTA) Three war
criminals convicted some time ago
0. murdering Hungarian Jews, dur
inn the Nazi occupation were ex
ecuted in Budapest last week, ac
curding to dispatches received
here from the Hungarian capital
Monday
The men. identified as \V Kresel
1. Nemet and A Sandor were con
victed in a district court at Uuda
pest and sentenced to death, hut
ti'- executions had been delayed
while they appealed unsuccessfully
f M clemency to the Sta'e Council
and industrial its | articipated last
week, w.i- established The imme
ite t.t-k 'd the -i ietan.it i- tO
start pi liiiunai> work toward ;i
much larger world conference to
be held here next April, with te\
er.il hundred Jews from all five
continent- in attendance
In a resolution adopted at their
concluding session, the fill partici
pants of the conference pledged to
Cooperate with the government of
Israel In actively stimulating and
mobilising direct investments in
Israel and to organize assistance
for Israel's industrial, financial and
commercial management and mar
keting.
The 60 leaders emphasized what
they called the Israel government's
"final commitment" to provide at-
tractive incentives to Israeli and
foreign Investors. Many of the con-
ferees, who had themselves invest
i-d heavily in Israel, told the ses-
sion that their own investment- in
Israel had resulted in good returns
Some however, voiced criticism
of what they called Israel's "bu-
reaucracy "
l II F.D N \TIO> JTA
Seci i tai lenei al l" l'hant filed
w th h Secur '} Council i re
ii n i i : i en Idd Bull, his
repi esei Ihi plem< i
of the Arab Israeli cease fire
agreements requesting that the
ci ase fire obsei vation teams in the
Suez Canal area be increased from
the present strength of 2H obscrv
ii- on both sides to ">0 observers
Of the total of 50. Gen Bull
stated, he is assigning -ti observers
lo the I N control center at Kan
tara, on the east bank of the canal
now occupied by Israel, and 24 to
the Ismailia control center, on the
Egyptian-held west hank In addi
tion, Gen Bull reported, there are
four observation posts on the Is-
raeli side, two of them manned on
a 24-hour basis, and an observa-
tion post on the Egyptian side
also manned 24 hours a day.
Gen. Bull also reported the
agreement he made last week with
l>oth Israel and Egypt, under which
both sides promised to keep all
off the i .H .i or from enter
ing tl me month ex|
.'." Ifowev cr. the agrei
provided that boats of the
Suez i Vuthorih undei E|
tian jurisdiction are to l>c permit
ted for the purp supplying
food and other needed -applies to
foreign shipping anchored in the
Bitter lakes, inside the canal, since
Egypt closed the canal in June.
Mi Thant reported to the Seen
it\ Council this weekend that the
United Nations and Israel have
leached an agreement for Gen.
Bull and his stall of the United
Nations Truce Supervision Organi-
zation to move back into Govern
ment Mouse The later complex i-
in former no-man's land between
the New City of Jerusalem and the
Old City formerly held by Jordan
During the June war, Jordanian
troops expelled L'NTSO from
government House which was re
taken by Israel the same day. Since
then. Mr Thant and Gen Bull
have been negotiating with Israel
Continued on Po.e 2-A
Non-Sectarian Report
'Cold War'
Against Jews
Of Russia
NEW YoilK i.iTAi The
rulers of S >\ iet Russia wire ai
i ii ed this eek ol launching
i old ir a .i nst the thi
n Jew thi i SSR follow i g
Israel's military victor) over the
munist backed Arab stati -
The i was contained ii
published by the Conferei
on the Status of Soviet Jews
sectarian group sponsored by
Supreme Court Justice William 0
las tl e R Martin Lul
Episcopal Bishop Jan -
V. Pike. Norn
;:.il leaders
The report, entitled "Israel and
the Jews in the Soviet Mirror,"
was edited by Moshe Decter, a
Soviet affairs specialist It con-
tains reproductions of 36 recent
cartoons published in leading
Soviet newspaoers and maga-
zines described as "calculated to
revive, bolster and perpetuate
anti-Semitic prejudice in a coun-
Continued on Page 6-A
Israeli Hays Stole
Virgin's Tiara
JERUSALEM (JTA) Three
Israeli boys, each aged 18. were
arrested here on charges of steal
ing the precious tiara which had
been stolen almost two weeks ago
from the head of a wooden statue
to the Virgin Mary in the Church
of the Holy Sepulchre here.
Israeli police said the boys were
apprehended after they had tried
to sell gold taken from the tiara
to a dealer here The thieves had
apparently broken down the tiara,
trying to sell it piecemeal Police
said that more arrests in the case
were expected.
Tito's Position On Israel
Not Acceptable In Crisis
JERUSALEM UTA Israel
I..is received no peace pTOposnl
fiom Yugoslavia's President Tito,
w.lI not he bound by any
agreement that had not been sub-
mitted to Israel, Foreign Minister
Abba Eban informed tb Cabinet
Monday Yugoslavia s position re
Harding Israel at the United Na-
tions and elsewhere, he pointed
out. does not take account ol 1-
r.ul's fundamental right...
Mr Khan implied thai Marshal
I Ho. who went first to Cairo, has
proceeded to Damascus and Bagh-
dad, and is reportedly scheduled
to confer again with Egypt's Pres-
ident Nasser, is not accept aide to
l-i |J as | mediator in the Middle
East crisis Yugoslavia broke dip-
lomatic relations with Israel in
June, along with all the other East
Kuropean Communist -tales except
Rumania.
Hadassah National Convention
On Miami Beach In September
Hadassah, the Women's Zionist Organization of America
will hold its 53rd annual convention at the Kontamebleau Hotel.
Sepl 1720. it has been announced.
Hadassah has over 315,000 member- and this i, the second
time thai li.i lassah h.i- scheduled its convention in Miami Beach
Over 2.500 delegate- and guests are expected to attend, rep
resenting 1300 chapters throughout the United States and
Puerto Rico.
Hadas-Jh's program for the next twelve months will be
formulated at the Miami Beach convention On the agenda
will be a discussion of the I'nited States foreign policy and
international affairs, with special emphasis on the latest develop-
ments in the Middle K.i-t
Foreign Minister Abba Khan will he in Miami to make I
major address to the delegates
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W Mnisfi Heridfiam
Page3-A
JDC Reports On Needs
For 400,000 Jewish People
SEW YORK - ,., (h Jews overseas as a re-
. ,. iach il : inds "i Jo iH Dis
lr,bution Committee tided more
; ....... need} Jews In 30
ntrics during l'";ii w re
i i,v Charles H Jordan, -nn-
.. m in the an
ul report published b) the agen-
c} ihi weekend
Assisted were 87.135 in Israel
;ii 55 in Europe and 46.365 in the
, m countnei rh \ total com-
. with 413.000 in 1963 and
in i 'fit The decline
ii to rease in the num
ins eeding help. Mr
., i knsuffii
to provi le .help for all who
! il
I was In
en
i in
." he -
thai
refu
I foui Ihe new
ii pendent.
I
I ihe pa r ol '
needi straitened
ie mainly
io the tern
r i
which avert i I I"
mee 1954 V: Jordan
incn by Vmei
lewisl
lev h A] oeal
tion o( that sum v up,
led
The decrease number o(
jjNF Adopts New
llsrael Project
if (I real
tioi
I i
;t of the
tion, at
that th?
| I ill center
Li on i i lo i"
II hoi es iroyed
\ Bb gui re Ihe recent
; Vrab W
The Jewish National Fur l has
II en > ngaged in funds lo
-.1 for the redemption and re
[fon station of land With many kit)
Ibutzim devastated and King in
[ruins, it baa become accessary to
I raise fund* ho thai men, women
children ma,if homeless ran
! < rehabilitated
p n;>ir aide i in Israel from
10 in 1363 to 87.135 in 1966
., ,i- i nly in the sharp
decline In the number of pera
i by Malben, the JDC program
.I- behalf of aged, ill and handi-
newcomers to Israel in
1965 Malben assisted 50,563 needy
immigrantf and in 1966 the num-
13 351 JDC's health, welfare and
her aided fell to 37,206. a drop ol
rehabilitation programs coal the
agencj $22,594,800 in 1968, an In-
rease of more than $500,000 over
1065. Mr Jordan explained that
this sum provided for roughly the
same amount ol services for 12.000
fewer people in 1986, primarilj
Seca is of inflation and increased
. in ii' my of Ihe 30 countries
in which JDC op ati
In ,,n intro lu< lory message in
report :. Broido, JDC
e w ar in
I. : md said th it I
troul I set ii ti proi -
which will i which will
- lives of men wo
lildn n hundi

even! Mr. Bt I
'in ill be a- il has
alway b <. I nitariai
is is the mission
given ii- in 1914 he said
Spinoza Forum
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president of th I | mization. He has also
served as Genc-ral Chairman oi the U::.
Jewish Appeal President of the A
Friends of the Hebrew University. Vice Presi-
dent of the National Jewish Welfare Board
Vice President of the World Federation of
YrVHA's and Jewish Community Cent
Messages of congratulations from the world
over greeted the announcement of this tribute
to i '. to be recorded with the
many, many honors already accorded him.
Saluting Mr. Klutznick. Prime Minister Esh-
kol said: "Philip Klutzmck's record of service
to his country, his fellow Jews and to mankind
in genera! is an unsurpassed catalogue of un-
selfish dedicated labor marked by vision, self-
sacrifice, and impressive achievement. His
,- ,, __ ji__ efforts in 'he field of human rights are as in
i studies
the P'oc^sses of growth, cell -SP'nrvJ as they are renowned. Israel readily
and enthusiastically salutes this man who has
throughout contributed with generosity and
warmth to the enterprise of our spiritual and
sovereign renaissance, givino of his best as a
great Jew and humanitarian
We heartily -oncur.
u ISHINGTON
kej to 1 the
test don
I nited Stat ed sin i I
( it il M ii h
th.- r.n
Mil.
Ill i -i
N
trated
ere the net? I i
i
hi
plight i.l our url Ito's N
groes ^ plight which ful'> ex
ii- ihut uni not excuse !>
trmi Newark and :ill the i
i Average Ghetto
In the < i ghetto up I i
'. cent of the adult mi.i
arc jobless or have joined the
ranks of the "hustlers" which
mean- the put time numbers
peddlers, dope pushei male pros
titutes and the like
In the average ghetto, fewer
than oik- m 10 of the NeSrO hm.
and girls who reach 18 each year
are equipped to gel and hold
decent Hue-collar j<>> bj receh
ing the sojuivalent o( ;i normal
huh -ch in the average ghetl
thing like three-quarters ol the
people live in substandard houx
ing, often hardl) b< ttci than the
housing in the slums <>f Calci
It i; res do not make
vow hair stand on end tor .
horror, and it they do nut m
you blush fu! shame a< well
d" not deservi to Ik- an American
i lizen And those figures also saj
in clamant, harsh and hi a
Mine that the ghettos .in where
the problem is, and the ghettos
are where the effort must be
made
lei
ishou re i
I!
i h a I
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to the millions of childrei
:- who
hope of enti
Ki d) he Ii,
quiti -" blunt as Dri P
and i low ard Hist he hj- I
offered two brilliantly conceivi
bill> to ti not |ob ere itii
tr\ into the ghettos l>> offei
erous t.i\ Inducement
use tin same indu cure private!) sponsored n
struction
lln :-
Tempting
Bedfellows
Klutznick Is Honored
Biology will be
n Ins':tute of
. of
i| M Klutznick distinguished American
A ; -assador to the
.
ribed by fr.
: >n of three decades
to the United States, the
Community I the State c I
him on his 60th birthday.
mechanism of antibody for-
jnd th-? relationship to
Formal preeentabon of the Chair will take
place at a dinnei in Mr. Klutznick'^ honor next
month. Vice President Hubert H. Humphrey
Great problems make itrsnge
bedfallOWl, You could hardly mi
agine stranger than the bucca
neering progressive, Sen Koheit
F Kennedy; the virtuous liU'ral
sociologists of Columbia I nnvct
sity, Drs Frances Fox 1'iveii and
Richard A. Clow ard; and the ag
ing defeathered hawk this lv
porter.
Yet this odd assemblage, plus
a few "black power" shooters,
comprise the overwhelming ma
jority of those who want to put
the practical horse the horse of
radical improvement of Negro
housing, education and job oppor-
tunities inside the ghettos
ahead of the moral cart, which is
desegregation and integration. In-
tegration and desegregation must
always be the ultimate aims; but
the right horse-cart relationship
uj vitally important, nonetheless
Drs Piven and Cloward hav
writtOB a series of deeply signi
ficant papers, showing that hous-
ing conditions in the ghettos have
continuouslj worsened, despite
vast federal and local expenditur
es. "The Achilles" heel of housing
programs,"' they have courageous
ly pointed out. "has been pre
These bills belong to the I i
minority
improve conditions Inside tl
rk i
rest iv. ectlj
both K. nnedj 's bills verj
alas; I ultu
surani i ales will make il
for housing and industrial invest
or* i the Induo
iffei Yet it I-
indeed that Kei
' ..ken the oi.lv pi "' II
ich
r all w hat must b
is j|s,i \, i \ clear indeed I
and for the long pull, most i
port a nt nt all vn iinmci
tional effort must he made
pro* < the ghetto schools, -
the next generation of om N<
minority will at last be equippi
to peg even with the uh;-
Joritj
Long Pull
Second um\ again for till
pull), Sen Kennedy's bills eu.'
t" be passed without argument
and probably in an e\;
form Third, however, emei
pro-ranis are also needed, I
this instant, without a I
dels) Something like an
wi'A is needed to s,,p ip ibsi
part of ghetto (ohlessnes< ,ha'
is not hopelessly resist;:: r>
sordid family welfare -.-"'"
must be boldly replaced And
direct, national program
to housing improvement is *"
required, so that we are >l
making a quick start on tru- '
pect of the horror.
Because we have been put!
the moral chart before the prac
tical horse, billions upon lens o
billions have been poured "ul
everywhere except inside the ghet
tos Now is the time to try tiw
opposite tack and not to
the billions when we do so


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CAMPAIGNS FO 6 STUDIED
Myers Chairs CJA Evaluation
Stsntsj C. Myers, Miami attor-
ney and civic leader, has b?c-n
appointed chairman of the Cam
paign Planning and Evaluation
Committee of the l!>tJ8 Combined
lewish Appeal The announcement
irai made this week by Leon (Cap
an, president of the Greater Miami
lewish Federation which conducts
lie annual CJA campaign
Myers' affiliation with Federa
lion dates beck to i:8 when he
served as one of it- Pounders and
i- first President In both 1943
.ml l!4" he was campaign chair
man Ol the CJA drive He has been
.i member of every major Federa
lion committee, and for years has
been an active and contributing
member of Federation's Executive
Committee Board of Governors,
and Campaign Cabinet
Nationally, Myers is .i Past
I'r. -ident. Life Board Member and
Executive Committee Member ol
the Council of Jewish Federations
..nd Welfare Funds, the national co
ordinatini agency <>i 200 Federa
lion- and welfare funds in the
l mti-d siates and Canada lie also
serves i< member nf the Board
of Directors of the Joint Distribu
lion Committee, a CJA beneficiarj
agency, and i, an officer or hoard
member ol numerous local and na-
tional health, welfare and cultural
organizations.
According to Federation Presi-
dent Leon Kaplan, the Campaign
Planning and Evaluation Commit-
tee will beuin immediately to an-
.we several previous Combined
lewish Appeal campaigns in the
perspective of their weaknesses and
strengths
As Committee Chairman. Myers
will be responsible for submitting
commendations and suggestions
to the 1>X>7HH campaign or^aniza
SMNur c.Mrias
lion for strengthening the weak
area- ol the campaign structure,
The Committee will also attempt
lo evaluate the success of the re-
cent Israel Emergency Fund cam
paign in Dade Count) Kaplan
noted that a large percentage of
contributors to IEF had never had
.my previous association with Com
hmed Jewish Appeal. It will be
the task of the Campaign Planning
.ind Evaluation Committee to as-
certain how men) of these IEF
contributors can be persuaded to
become committed contributors to
the Greater Miami Jewish Federa-
tion'! annual maintenance cam
paignthe Combined Jewish Ap
pea I
"There is no one in Dade
County more fully equipped than
Stanley Myers to handle the
chairmanship of this fact-finding
evaluation committee," said
Kaplan. "Myers' lengthy associ-
ation with Federation and his ex-
plicit knowledge of the problem
factors surrounding the CJA
campaign will be of immense
value in the Committee's job of
laying the foundation for our
forthcoming CJA camipaign "
Myers is now In the process "I
recruiting committee members to
join him on the Campaign Plan-
ning and Evaluation Committee
Dr. Goodman Guest
At Teen Talk-In
T n "talk ins" conducted this
summer at the Y\l vun \ of
Greater Miami, will present In
Michael Goodman, executive direc
tor of Jewish Vocational Service in
the next of the series, Tuesdav,
Aug. 22. in the lounge at the Y
at 2:30 pm
Dr Goodman has chosen After
High SchoolWhat For You' as
his subject Me will be assisted in
the presentation by Bernard Yaffe,
educational and vocational guid
a nee counselor.
Flog Presentation
Today at 1 pm at the Federal
Building, members of the South
Florida Council of B'nai B'rith
will attend the induction ol new
citizens and make American flag
presentations Today's ceremonies
honor 150 inductees, and add that
number to the 2.251 flays alrcad)
distributed to new Americans here,
according to Irving Matlin, chair-
man of the organisation's Commu-
nity Service and Veterans' Affairs
committee.
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Capitol Spotlight
By MILTON FRIEDMAN
Washington
Counted measures to deal with
ih. 'scapegoating" of Jews in
Communist countries "ill be tak
en at a national mobilization of
Jewish groups to ho hclil here in
October.
(ommunist Fury
Communist fury erupted be-
cause of Israel's victory over
Arab accession The Soviet press
is full of anti Israel propaganda
Poland took petty vengeanc-
against Jewish citizens. Yugo-
slavia revealed a neo-Stalinist line
in Marshal Tito's anti-Jew-ish
rage The only Communist state
to maintain an independent, non-
btuad policy was Rumania In
the view of the Communists, the
Israelis had the nerve to survive
the attack that the Communists
aided and encouraged through
cynical arms shipments to the
Arabs Israel not only defeated
the onslaught but captured mas-
sive quantities of the latest So-
viet weapons.
Moscow, currying favor with its
defeated Arab allies, .severed dip-
lomatic relations with Israel.
Russian borders were sealed to
prevent emigration of the few
elderly Jews and members of
separated fan Hits previously
scheduled to depart Soviet au-
thorities tned to coerce Russian
Jews into denouncing Israel. A
sweeping propaganda campaign
against Zionism ;:nd world Jewry
was unleashed Allegations of an
international Jewish conspiracy
were made.
Soviel Assault
The Soviet assault, earned by
Novoetl Press Service, was rent
Iniscenl Of the propaganda of Jo
of GoebbeU, Hitler's propaganda
chief The Russian press com
pared Zionism to the Mafia and
I Noetra Jews of Russia were
crudely reminded of the days of
anti Semt.sm Bui even
more 11
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ilferi at the hai
1 main* ol <>>'
Hlaw ....... ------
lunist leaders took
fight against "azism This madi
the new Polish anti-Semitism all
Demons! rations
Internal Affairs Minister Mice-
tytlaw Moczar organized a Pe-
king style airport demonstration
in which anti Semitic hoodlums
were organized to jeer the ousted
Israeli diplomatic staff. The dem-
onstration was clearly intended to
intimidate Polish Jewry and im-
press the Arabs. Poland, how-
ever, had a long history of anti-
Semitism Many Poles collabo-
rated with German efforts to li-
quidate Polish Jewry
Yugoslavia enjoyed a different
image Marshal Tito had led cour
agenus anti Nazi partisans, defied
Stalin, and rejected anti-Semitism
But his freindship for Egypt's
Nasser led him to a brutally one-
sided anr.'lsra-J stand. Yugo
slavia became the staging area of
Soviet arms shipments to Egypt.
Tito's Thanks
Tito denounced Israel for de-
fending herself He charged Israel
with a long pattern of "aggres-
sion" and found absolutely no
fault with his Arab friends. The
anti Nazi whose exploits once
thrilled the world accused Israelis
of using "Hitler's methods." The
Yugoslavian Identification with
the Arabs appeared even more
flagrant than the rigid Moscow
position Belgrade has become the
"Peking" of the Communist anti-
Israel line This is Titos thanks
to the Jews who aided Yugoslav-
ian development in the belief
that he was a sincerely inde-
pendent anti-Stalinist
Many American Jewish tourists
already canceled vacations
in Yugoslavia Jews have also
canceled bookings in Warsaw
Public Opinion
American public opinion, Jew
ish and non-Jewish, will be re
ted In Congress No longer
will oh- of iurplus American
modifies to Poland and Yu
Trade
II i- rr-examined
Rabbi Porush Plans
Open House Event
For School Program
Rabbi Naftali Porush. newly ap
pointed spiritual leader of Young
Israel of Greater Miami, announces
that registration is open for all
classes in the congregations van
ous school departments
A full program is offered, in
eluding Religious School, Junior
Hebrew High School, and Sunday
School, all under the supervision of
Rabbi Arnold Richter. Educational
Director.
A complete pre school program
is available under the direction of
Mr. Lewis Goodman Open House
will be held by the pre school de
partment on Aug. 24. at 10 a m
to acquaint parents with the staff,
program, and facilities of this de
partment.
Registration for all departments
is being held each week day. I Ifl
'Cold War9 Against Jem; Of Russia
RABBI HAI1 All PORUSH
to 1 :dl l> m at the I >'lon
office, 990 N E 171st st I la
will begin Sepl 5
Continued from Pac.e 1-A
try where it is pervasive, en-
demic and persistent."
In .in npri letlei ici nm |
the report Bishop Pike and Mi
Thomas dccla n So\ iet
Hie Middle East, cul it
diplomatic breal Ih I ha
been aci omp inied by nous
anti Si mitic pro
home and ah riilei
.i rarel; i |ti I i i i
soviet histoi I
furthei that the anti -mitic cam
product ol i
ii\ (I at the in he-t levels as re
fleeted in Ihe specche ol
Ko-v gin a n d Communi t Partj
Secret a rj Brezhni i and in Ihe oul
put of the entii So< id propa
Bands apparatus "
Sot i t polh itei
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atti ition." the (wo sp
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by )"v The press
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muroV rei
To. P Israel I His
:. fi with i!>" Nail nd 4) The
ion of Israel IS -i tool
of Western, chiefly Am-rican,
'imp i i i 'ithin this con-
and in the prevalent atmo-
. e o the Soviet Union, "such
I on images can only incite
I f | -ael and the Jews,"
M Dccter declares.
ding t" the .Soviet affairs
i lable reporta have
emc-i id lo indicate that
propaganda is
Mr Doctor cites
ear pogrom atmo-
i ni a ..ol' upon .lews in
ol Tashkent, of enor-
i p upon Jewish con-
thefj synagogues to
condemning Israel.
pre-s from Jews
to condemn Israel.
m Moscow and
' 11 a if ill to send
to school for fear of
intei ing anti Semitic hu-
thl hands of their

i rtoons bring Soviet
lost to the end of
ire report declares "Vir-
i been left to the
lion- nor of ours
contemplate the fate of
on Soviet Jews, silent
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munist lead
fieht a?ain
th- nrw Polish antl SemitisiTJ a
more shocking. Communist
Party boss Wladyslaw Gomulka
ousted lew; from government p<>
sition.s and termed Jewish survi'
ors of Nazism "a fifth column '"
Warsaw even -.lngled out non
Jews who opposed anti-Semitism
At least four generals, all r
whom served against Hitler, wen
fired tor such reasons as failur
to circulate anti Israel propa
g.inda in their commands or fo
pr.i;sing Israeli air force tactic-
About 40 othr Polish officer
were ousted because of Jewis'
backgrooad or lympathy (or th-
.lews
On Warsaw', main thorough
f.ire. anti-Israel displays feature I
huge blowups of two photograph'
one showing Nazi soldiers |i
qmdating the Warsaw Ghetto, lh"
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twardin^ Kgyptiwn prisoners of
war.
for meaningful co-existence are
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Earner Bank
teports Increases
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lose to $5,000,000 has been re
orted in a Statement of Condi
n released todav by the Carncr
ink of Miami Reach
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f time. June M. 1967 and June 30.
fV6fi, the Statement showed Total
-'pirces of $17,474.284 96 this
?tr, as a amst the last year's
12.793 8UJ0f
Th" bank i- headed by Jack Car
itcphen M earner, president
Since the relocation of the Car
ner Bank of Miami Beach to its
iew building ;.t 930 Washington
\v< thir.. has been a marked in
H e in nrn depositors and loan
nplu ;ii ions
Items Of Interest
Two new faculty members joining the University of Miami's art
department next month are Or. G.org, K Stark, noted sculptor
ceramist and educator, who will be a vi iting professor, and Mi*
Shirly Brown, a >oung Canadian, who will be an instructor of art
history Jack Bronton, vice president of Jefferson National Bank
of Miami Beach, is presently attending a summer session of the School
Of Consumer Bankin- being held on the campus of the University of
\ n ^inia. (harlottesville. from Aug. 6 18 ... Or. Irviri Eit*n of
Boca Baton, Associate Professor of Guidance at Florida Atlantic Uni-
versity, has been named executive director of the B'nai B'nth Voca-
tional Service office in Philadelphia.
A decision to convene a World Conference of Ashkcnazi and
Sephardi Synagogue., to take plate in Jerusalem on Jan. 8th. was
announced at a meet.;:! ,,\ a number of leaders of Jewish Communities
from various parts of the world und'r the chairmanship of Chi*f Rabbi
Dr. Israel Brodie ... A specialist m international relations and for
eign policy, Dr. Ksnneth N. Waltz, has been named the fir>1 incumbent
ol the Adlai E Stevenson Chair in International Politics at Brandeis
University The chair, which booors the late United states Amba-a
graduate departments "f politic, at the University S. L. A. Mr-'
shall, military critic and historian, will be the featured speaker at the1
opening session of the 20th Biennial Convention of the Pioneer Women.
Sepl it 20, n. Chicago, ill.
Fifty senior students of the I.ubavitcher Yeshiva in New York
will have there tin. week to visit hundreds of Jewish communities
throughout the United States Traveling in pairs, they will seek to
holster Torah observance, with special emphasis on the furtherance
of Jewish education for the young, and will disseminate Jewi-h
educational literature for icDOOtS, libraries and homes Paul S.
Irxriarwr, General Agent in Pen in. for the Franklin I-ifc Insurance
Company, Illinois, ranked eighth nationally in personal production for
the month
The City of Miami Beach will stage a unique art show Aug. 1630
to dlapia) the talent, of employee! oi the Public Works Department
The exhibits are the works ol draftsmen, engineering assistants, main
tenance men and supervisors of the PWI) who have developed their
talents as a hobby In another expansion move, WVCG (1080)
Radio has broadened its format to include 24-hour a day news cover-
age, beginning Monday. Aug. 21 Postmaster E. M. Dunlap an-
nounced today that Vice President Hubert H Humphrey and Frederick
R Kappel. chairman of the President's Commission on Postal Or-
ganization, will be among the featured speakers al the National Postal
Forum in v' ishington on St r' 14 and 15
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YOUNG ISRAEL OF GREATER Ml.
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Why is il customary lo pro-
nounce blessing over spices
end to smell them on Saturday
nfflht?
The Tosafot Commentary (Babli,
Betzah 38b "Ki'*l explalni that
I his js done nt-cause on thr Sul>
bath every Jaw receives an "addI
tional soul which leaves him
upon the exit of the Sabbath on
Saturday night This loss leave! him
with a feeling ot void and despond
ency He thus inhales Ihe spices to
brace his spirit against this l .s.
Another such medieval source (To
sate' Pesachim I02i> "Rab") .'\
plains thai the ipicea arc inhaled
because, while during Ihe day oi
the Sabbath the fires of Geh
i c llell i are stilled Ihej starl
again g| the exit of the Sabbath
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odor, as well as sen ing us as
reminder that the fires ul Gehenna
are but ning again The Tur i
> im 'JUTi states th it man's de
spondency is nut over I
tional -pirit he loses .it the end ol
Ihe Sid.hath but slmplj because
the fact that the Day of Real
coming to an (inl .mil he must no.'
return t-.i the mundane "orld ol
everyday toil Another com men
lary (Rabbenu Bachye to Genesis
34:25) state* that the da) after the
Sabbath was ori finally Adam's
third day of life Creatures
usually weak on the third da) ol
their birth. The ipiee thus buoj
up our spirits a- :hi> must have
buoyed up Adam s spirit on 'he
third (la) ol his life
Why is it customary to pro
noonce a blessing, over a candle
on Saturday night?
Aeeordine to tradition it was n
Saturdav nisht that the Almighty
taught Adam how to make fire bv
rubbing two itones or sticks to-
gether Thus, what might be re
ferrol to as mechanical fire was
first teen by Adam on Saturday
night Adam had never seen dark
n.'s. before that tune and wai
frightened as the setting sun led
to darkness at that time. The Al-
mighty showed him bow to make
his nun light to illuminate th-
darkness and we are forever grate
ful for tins Grace of the Almighty
Some claim that this procedure is
done on Saturda) nighl to indicate
that making fire .- prohibited on
the Sal bath and il is now permit
led again Thus man feels like
Adam who was first permitted to
make fire on Satur lay nigtil The
lire may be > i "' work as a
whole. This is perhaps m>st Im-
pressively illustrated by th? km-
dling of a fire, which IKJt onlv
provides licht for the work but also
wrvei as g soiree of m idi i :
man'- enertv In making things
What is the derivation of the
name "Sinai" .the mountain
where Moses received the Ten
Commandments?
Manj souree* connect the name
Sinai with IheHebren a ii I Sneh"'
a bushi because the) Identif) the
location of Sinai with the place
where Musis observed the burning
im h where the Almight) hrst
.- to him i Ks Ddus 3:2 S
ird Sinai to nitic
1 meaning a "ato
irded so be< i ol tl
, ||) ejected bj 'i inn-
Im ing its \ olear ii ntion
ii sii.it stones ai1 ..I
an .i Thin i- in
11 claim thai
; .in nf Sinai h as a v oh I
iki and fire ich is
- | Sv the I'-ii le dui the
course of the Revelation Sinai
were Ihe effects ..( this
erupti in Some claim that I lerm
Sinai expressi >n< ep en-
branches of woo '. h i
, I,- th,-
the bushes which Moaea '
there i Ine of Ihe i om men' es on
ih.' Koran claims that th term
Sinai" ma) be derived f^m a
mot meaning "to be exalted" and
"i il the moun'am was called Sinai
rose tradition "exalte-! this-
location by referring to it Ihe
"lair upon which ihe l!e Nation
took place
Musi the strands o* the Tt.tiith
be spun and twisted or by
hand?
There seems to ad' ute
amongst late authoritii thu
subject Some inai<1 that the T/it-
zith be made b) hand exclusively
(Dibre Chayyim, Orach Chayyim,
li fMaehAU Avraham li '>hers
claim that it is permiaaible ;> have
them made by machine (Chesed I -
\i>- ihaml Ba 1< ,n!v hi] there
may I*- room for allowing "it/ith
to he made by nachini pre-
fer the hand made 'itzitl
it Indicates the di ,i\ e
to hot) objects
ap-
Thu page n r-rr/M'rJ in re-
or-rrjiuin uifri uif Greater Mi-
ami Kdhbini.jl AatocsSHass.
Coordinjtor of fraturei
f-ranng firrr n
DR MAX UP8CH1TZ
pir.iiuil leader if Beth Torah
Ccr.errgatien of
I Betch.
I nrin I oran
Nonh Mveme
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SYNOPSIS OF THE TORAH PORTION VAETHANAS
A Jew recites the Shema
Hear Deut. 8 4
V \l mww -The portion begins with Moses plea ti...... 'or
permission to enter the Promisi d Land, and G
i warns 'he children ol Israel
in Canaan calling their attention to then
ion "Did ever i people heai the v.me ol God speakii
of the midst of the fire, as Ihou hast In aid. and live? Or
(.mi assayed to go ami take Him a nation I
another nation b) trials b) |ns and b) M H
and in a mighty hand and b) an outstretched arm. and bv
terrors according to all thai the Lord your <;...l did for
>t inlme thine eves"'' iiiciitciom.mv 4:t.t;Hi Moaea --s
aside three cities of refuge on the easl tide of the Jordan
repeats the Ten Commandments, with slight varii.....us B
purpoae of clarit) The fust asctioti of the Shema bagi
Thou shalt love the Lord th) <; And Ihou shalt write them upon the doorposts of thy ho V
and upon thy gates" is m this portion (Deuteronomy n v
Moses urges the Israelites to show no mercy :o the saver
naanite nations "And when the Lord thy Cod shall deliver
up before thee, and thou shalt smite them; then thou shalt lit! irl)
destroy them; thou shalt mak- no covenant with them
bow mercy unto them; neither shall thou make marriage*
them; thy daughter thou shalt nut give unto his son, nor his
daughteT shall thou take unto tin son For thou art u
people unto the I.ord thy God; the I-orrl thy trod hath chosen
thee to be His own treasure, out of all peoples that are upon the
face of the earth" (Deuteronomy 7 2 6). Finally, Moses .tr -
the need for strict observance of the various ritual comr
menta.
This r.counlinj of tha Weekly Portion of the Law Is *
tracted and based upon "The Graphic History of tha JewisS*
Herlteoa" sdited by P. Wollman Tsamir, $15 Publisher hi
Shenoold, and tha volume is availabk at J7 William St., Nw
York 5, N.Y. President of tha society distributing tha ve+wmo
Is Joseph ScManej.


"1
18, 1967
^Jenist fkridi&n
Paqe 9-A
WHY I AM A JEW?
Because Judaism's
Ideals Are Not Naive
| \,. i In a few u
.rf R \.l.i| > urn df bool|
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Kobe. Narot

\ >ne I.ui the bitterest ol
, i ould :' i j thai in.i
ide. bv which to live II
- easj "i even passible t"i
I reach thec ideals bul I
m them to lei ve .i- his
pass -id his goal and his in;
. is the ideals that spi 1! the
diffi ice between man and the
low animals It i- the ideals ih.it
lni .i out nt his baser instincts
(n s rs<-. u is the Ideals tint dls
tin.. -h the civiliied communit)
:he lungle
Vi .it know from hi*lorj lhal
not ideals are the Mine An
<..... communities would believe
in ; wing their children to Ihc
tl.ii!-- and in abandoning Iheir
age< try tin- roadside all pre
sun .'> in keeping w ith *
stai rd of ideals In the past
as a- in the present there
hav been nation.- or. at least
tin spokesmen, who have <\
tolii the virtue- of war and
c<"- t the evil of peace in
con: mat ion class I led a d sous
sion n this variet) ol ideal- bj
whk" men and nations have
hvi "Rabbi." said one of the
how can we judge
w hei i r some ideals are better or
It the Ideal ot cannibals >-
people who -hall say thai
eal i- urong for them''
T' question has been aski 'l
.|>\ ioiu implication often
ui a- presumably the
que* mer posed it Thei
om< who -av that ideal- are rel
ativ< What i- good for me ma)
in i. for someone else, and vice-
win. has the right to j
N there ale some alc.i- of
hfi which morality, ideal- and
ethics may tie relative Much of
tin- ill the domain ol o.:\alr
life S me Christiana have belie*,
ed ttat artificial birth control i-
evil iiuler any circumstance-.
Judaism on the other hand lias
generally Insisted that undei
mai circumstances birth control
i- in rative and right
It "iis context, the very uni
versj and familiar problem of
Irutr comes to mind. Can a lie
ever tsp really white"" Ami does
everyone leel that lies an- some
time! necessary" Probably most
Yet 1 have known people
ho itcrall) can not tell an un
truf ir tolerate beinj; told one.
i it is meant for then own
well-beinf,
Al th* same time, if it were de
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dared and believed thai all ideals
are relative, that none i- absolute
and applies to all men. h woul t
be a aorrj state for humanit)
even sorrier than that in which it
now finds itsell Ju laism at hes
that unless these ideal- are follow
ed, pursued longed foi evil
inevitabl) ovi rtaki tin vorld ind
b tng It down to destructi in rtii
\ of ideals I -i" ak
the domain
What

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kn ol this >i al 1 -tie--
tl c way in w h i I havi v -
the title ol thi chapti i I I
deliberate!) >. nrdi -l it In th ne
live I am ,i Jew because Ju
daism's ideals are not naive l
l..iv e done this beca p a anyoi
who know- Judaism classie,
knows, tin- ha> been the uniq
ncss ol Jew ish idealism an I Jew
i-h ethics Thou shall not kill
\\ii.it I- hateful to thyself, d"
not do to thy fellow man In this
ativi approach to ideals.
Judaism prove- it- maturity as
faith It demonstrates here how
deeply rooted it is in its knowl-
edge of human nature It displays
here it- wisdom which knows lhat
ideals are the perfect goal and
that man must find the way to
approach the perfection w'tl
in in.; disheartened by the reali
tie- ol lite
Love i- the ideal, but men can
not be brought tO love for all the i
fellow human bein Therefore,
not hating Is the attainable and
necessary moid Peace i- the
ideal, imt strife among men and
nations i- so complex a problem
that men must begin with not
w aging v. ar Truth a- has b< en
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noted earlier, is the ideal, but it
i.s not always po-siblc for all men
to approach each other utterly
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ing from deception i- the neces
.-arv beginning.
This lack of naivete ol
Judaism's idealism is so signift
cant because of what mankind
ha- experienced in this area all
along Even i in the framework of reality As
one follows a star to find direc
tion, one must Still walk on the
ground oi move along the > al r
Iu either case one knn".- that
are dangers and obstacles
In avoid Human experience show -
that the shorteM path betv i
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Beth Torah < longi egation Har
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lay, Aug 2ii .\ i omplete edit
cational program for ages :'. to 18
including nursery kindergarten,
Sunday S( hool, Heine-' -i hoof, Bar
and II.i- Mitzvrh, confirmation. He-
brew and general high school de-
partments an scheduled Including
an extensive youth program ex-
tended through the college level,
according to school b< ard chair
Saul Schreiber
The I1'' scho I nent, di
! ii\ Mrs Doroth) Gruen. is,
the -vna
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ment t
rl
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ii.ld at Beth Torah The huh
iehool classes include courses in
Bible, comparative religion, the
\merican Jewish community and
modern Jewish issues The i sv
-roiip- at Beth Torah numbei
more than 200 members with a
program including education re
ligion, social, cultural and athletic
activities, conventions and sum-
mer camping program
Di Max \ Lipschitz is spiritual
leader ol the Congregation and
Vbi aham J Gittelson i- educational
director
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Jmi$t> tier Mian
Friday, August 18,

Today's Thought: By DR. SAMUEL SILVER
Accused Of Being
Like The Nazis
IF YOU WERE TOLD tint s nm-
one tad accused [jrael ol be
like the Nazis, what would bo
your uess about tin- source of
he chars
An Arab? a Communist? A
erman antisemite? An Amen
anazi?
You would hardly guess where
-ueh an assault upon the Israelis and truth em-
anated.
In the same statement to which I refer. Israel is
indicted for "premeditated brutality" The I SS
Liberty was "deliberate^ torpedoed" in this view
Vs for tlie United States, it is 'ten a- "favoring"
srael !' >r Arab, had enough capital, this
enter claims, "they would develop their own
'-> '"
For 1" y< i this mil:'. I
ias defied the r.\" IU' furthermore 'explains"
Jews regard criti i I I >rael a
ilasphen k on their :
Author of these sentiments r it Vale
Iniversity named Dr Willard G Oxtoby, In an
irticle in the .1 ily :'-; 1967 issue
Christian Century, Chicago, he has all these harsh
hums to saj and more D th i Ireb
in) censure' Not in the opinion of this n
i member ol a strai p at Yale l
vith trong sympathies for the Ar
tility tow of the most I.
ishments on ear;!:. Yale University has .
Deluding a cluster of Arabophiles wh
peak, as Dr Oxtobj
ior truth and justice."
For counterpoint, the same issue
tine, devoted to tlve Middle Has; n, has a
uperb article by Rabbi David Polish, of Evanstor
leclaring that before Christians speak 'U "i Ju
laistn they OUghl to indicate their belief in the :
if Jews to exist: and a truly uplifting si il
)' A Roy Eckbardt. one of th. {real Cl
.oiccs of our da> and his wife
'silence ol the churches in the Middle i
Panorama;
By DAVID SCHWARTZ
i inn
\: >n
Many Meals Missed
THE ISRAELI OFFICERS must
have mi meals dur
the six day w ir, so we
hat the other
day they were given a dinner b)
the Knes* t \ thi food served
brought back men tries of the
piin Sharm el Sheik fish with its lleserl
overtones, then Golom Heights duck tna i
them of the Syrian^ ducking their tanks
with it was served Latrun Salad, remindin
the taking ol old Jerusalem Finallj there was Six
Day Ice Cream with a peachy victory flavor. It W is
P*rv, so it could go with the meat
The Israeli people have been enjoying them-
selves, too. They have been scampering all over
the West Bank and never before have thev eaten 10
much halvah And Dannv Kaye bll been all SI
entertaining the soldiers Now he has none to Viet-
nam to entertain the soldiers there, bit he promises
to return later to Israel
We don't know about Nasser, but ths E
also seem to Ik- in a TIW ,1 moo 1 The New
York Times report* that in Cairo, the ; have
|oke about the war They sa> Even ten years
or SO, we are loaded in trucks and taken far out
in the lesert and then the convoy stop. -,-.
out and we are told to walk back to Egypt
it's good to see the Egyptians laughing \ fe<
comedians are what the Arabs need But, ol
the first thing dictators like Nasser suppr -- is the
comedian. They can't stand being laughed at
We note that our old friend. Shiikauy. who was
always shouting about the terrible Urines that would
happen to the Israelis, has come to 11f again He
was said to have fled from the old cit) of Jerusalem
disguised as a woman The Arabs had spread the re
port The other day at the big Arab powwow, Shu-
k.iirv arose to indignantly deny th- charge. Ha
didn't dress up as a woman, he sadi We rather
believe him bccau><* that disguise would have been
ineffective Even In woman's clothes if the i
had seen him. they would have recognized him by
his big mouth.
Moscow, however, is .|j]| in th, dump
raelia don't like to take prisoners The)
.ok you for bi ingii
No you go back to Mizravin
keba and best
be lodu
I
rele ised th pris I i
the! i to
t scale .

( 'an H b thai the of the i!
not alone ol
k. (i- are trying to fight that?
Off the Record:
By NATHAN ZIPRIN
Russian Jew Donates Wedding Ring
THOUSANDS OF GIFTS have
been pou from
everj part of the world e
irious confrontation with
the Arab countries One was from
a Jew in Russia who contributed
his wed< iin : ring as a bj mbol of
eternal uniting with the people of
I r.iel
When two western states thai keep n
marriages by religion publicize their findings, l
will show that tlu Jewish intermarriage rate is
above the danger point ol 50 per cent This
indicate that in the hinterlands ol A nerica
small Jewish groupings the rate of intern
has alread) reached a critcial point, bodinj
the possible survival of Jewish communal life
those areas
Israel's chief of Staff G
t of militarj stral -ai Ij
life He i ..... i hi* I thei N
ho i to 1
States as a I r in the Je
the fir .' H
Mu i Kllarity Of Abba l"'ian | |
nnoui 11 d planned publii atio
two y the Israeli Foreign Minister b
It Qw country were I
The tin b ok. tentatively scheduled t
pub. 1968. will deal largely with the Mid
Fa-t I he second one will be a short hist l
oi i-i lei
ii .- ..-nerallv accepted that 72 per cenl i
nixed man i [es are lost to the '
con u "how the Ii
; tO 85 p -r cent
In mixed marriages, Gentile women are
Ij to become Jewish than men, The patio I
h imen :- 8 per cent ... against only 4 :t per cent (
men Experts in the field have found that Catl
jewii man nl II reatest challenges, j
4o ner cenl >l lewiah mixed marriages are w
i ill -i at thr
i identjf) and n
f ihes were abb to name

v wrs w
.i less thai le
As We Were Saving: By ROBERT E. SEGAL
Studv On Racial Attitudes In \orlh
QUT at BRANDEIS University, Dr
*^ John !' Spiegel and his aas
pi the Lemberg Center for the Stud) ol
Violence put ar: earl) release date on a
study ol n six northern
PS no! !o:' { a'jo.
Their motive was excellent the; i
: man)
1 nited State -. ,.-.i
even the mea Ropei intei \
with 500 Negroes at t help to
I
ta
- .
tor. It is u ..
I .
such res u
\ ....
the trouble to spend I '
rated residei
IV
skel Is. and snack bars. N out
such faci Si ientifii si
that othi should b im t lirst. Bui the pi
maim t directlj concert
da) b' ... m bat THEY think the;
Again the Lemberg Center stud) c
v.ews with nobody under ih But when the debris ol I
summer riots is cleared away, u ma) we'd turn out i
man) k pressing hardest for this violent kind of
veiv young people Who listens to
them'' Who car. -nil learn to listen to then,
The Krandeis study was based on interviews m three
free three citii
i- made public, one ol '
not citiesBo ifti I to I nde of the le
Bui nob ihould have beei ed Martin I
Kit in ii) m inths i 'class
t 10 Am ities .. p iw Ii r keg c immui I
me nothii I ;
litions in t -a ea I item i I
le fo ents Ii

> rea( li the iui fellow m ho
and it will taki
iw tempi
.
Pure and simple rai
Ii

it ion i< I
i I ther cit) i ild spot
1

.....: Ihl
to serve as an earl) warning
ne what
. tses ''' rease strait
> e
iu irrel with lives Bui
alas nobod) ems to understand that the acci
trend towards violence as a mean* 't commui
ing despair Is sharper than the silde rules of the -
scientists can posoibl) record.
Overseas Newsletter:
By ELIAHU SALPETER
One Sleeps Much More Quietly
lerusalem
"lAIHEN ONE OF mv officers
complains to me about his
problem- I tell him: "Well, if I
told you three months ago that we
will sit on the Sue? (anal, hold the
entire Western Hank of Palestine
and that the whole of Jerusalem
will Ih- OUTS would you have con-
sidered your problems worth men-
tioning" The answer invariably is a broad smile
and a smart exit." one of Israel's generals said the
other day
Indeed, compared to the security problems faced
by Israel three months ago. things that bother the
Army these days are mmor. it not insignificant.
Neverthi ess the) do exist But it is probably tig
nificant 'hat military people i nucl leas worried
are politii is -.' ap
- thai the overall strategic position of Is
paral>ly better when her are
from Ca I it
v. On< i
hen I .....
ian a di
- vninei.'

'
' i
bwn by
'" in -h.
signed a
ite with the larael authorities and
dei! -j do nol recognize the mergei
part ui the cit) with thi larael part of it Sext
day, -one leaflet in Similar vein were distributed
ill the (i
The Israel authorities acted quickly, though mild
I) First, it was recognized that part of the Brie*
ances wen- not political, but stemmed from the in-
apt handling >l Moslem religious matters b> the
I -raid Ministry of Religious Affairs, whose orthodox
rabbis got used in the past to the rather tolerant
attitude of Israel's non-orthodox majority. The Cab
met decided that 'touchy" matters concerning re
lig out affairs of Moslems and Christians in the
"nee area- should, henceforth, be handled by the
Ministry of Defense Simultaneously, four of the
rmi-t important lay signatories of the declaration
were irdert I i leave Jerusalem and take up rest
dence in other Israel I iw ni
The two parallel actions put an end to overt
nt to ;! M Israel rule in Jerusalem
i igns of imilar tetuH
mi Bank Since i? w .is <>i",
the anti I
' i am was 1 e 1
the Israel governn
.' ''iev would not I
' itHHM and that Israel
I ..- until
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Rabbi Gross Visits
Latin America
Rabbi Alex inder S irin-
ripal of the Hebrew Academj left
yesterday for a visit to several Lat-
in American countries During his
two week trip be will neet with
the leaders of the .Jewish rommuni
ties of Panama. Bogota, Colombia,
and Caracas, Venezuela.
Rabbi Gross lias also been in
vitecl to address various parent
uroups in these communities in
onler tn acquaint them with the
program and educational facilities
uf the Hebrew Academy, the 0
and Margaret Weishaus High
School for Girls, and the Mesivta
Senior High School,
Presently there are more than
a dozen students attending the
Hebrew Acadi mj r< pi i i g the
Latin American community." H
Gross reported to I ex
ecutive committee pnoi I
pai lure.
The Hebn i Vi a < n j
mi
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Map
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Continued from Pege 1-A
"should suffice, even for the strin-
gent processing ol the appl
lions from would-be returm
The first hatch of applications are
alread) in Israel's hands, he said.
and processing of the applications
has begun.
Jordan's effort- to incite against
Israel the West Bank refugees who
wish to return to their homes i<
"intolerable" Nils Goran Gussing,
United Nations Secretary General
U Thanf. special n
for humanitarian
Israeli official.
Yosef I'ck ah, di-
recto
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lat-onal Mool i irt partii Ipant
tr Bergtr a* lectured on the
"if< .ercial Code as an
fUi&ti i ;e Continuing l^ijal
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Iorida Rar and American
IT Asaocii tion.
|He and ii- wife, the former Myra
nhtne: and their children. Rot)
Cheryl and Aileen reside at
130 S.W. Pith St.. Miami.
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Defense Agencies Attack
SNCC Racist Statements
By Special Report
ATLAJfTArTwo former Greater
Miami executives of Jewish de-
fense agencies Tuesday attacked
anti-Zionist statements of the Stu-
dent Nonviolent Coordinating Com
n-.ittee.
cJe wish Floridian
rector, now in charge of the At-
lanta office, living Schulman. said
"This newsletter follows the pro-
Arab. Soviet and racist lines and
smacks very heavily of anti-
Scmitism."
Miami, Florida, Friday. August 18, 1967
Section
Nathan Perlmutter. domestic af Schulmans statement drew a re-
tain director of the American ply from Ralph Featherstone.
Jewish Committee and onetime SNCC program director. "We are
Florida director of the Anti Defa
mation league of B'nai B'rith. said
of the SNCC charges:
"It it interesting and ironical
that this outrageous attack is of
a piece with a similar attack on
the front page of the current
issue of the official organ of the
racist National States Rights
party."
The SNCC Newsletter, a hi
month!-, issued this week, accused
jews of committing atrocities
against the Arabs
Another former Florida AIM. di
Miami Herald Editor
Featured At Temple Judea
Don Shoemaker, editor of The Wilensky noted. He said the cur-
nut indicting all .lews, only Jewish Miami Herald, will be the guest of rent membership campaign, which
aggressors Llsrael) and those Jews honor and principal speaker Sun- was launched at a Sunday morning
day morning, Aug. 27. at Temple breakfast at which Miami News
Judea as the Coral Gables syna- editor Bill Baggs spoke, has added
gOgue launches its 20th annivcr 17 families towards a goal of 1(H).
sary celebration.
in the little Jew shops in the (Ne-
gro) ghettos."
The SNCC newsletter blisters
Israel for "terror, force and
massacres" and accuses the Is-
raelis of wiping out more than
30 Arab villages.
The organization, keystone in
the Black Power structure of
American Neg..... was recently
criticized by other civil rights
ie.id.r- i- being "neither student.
nor non violent nor a committee."
Shoemaker, who was editor of
Shoemaker, who has been with the Asheville Citizen for eight
Florida's largest newspaper since years, became executive director
1968, returned this month from an of the Southern Education Report-
intensive study mission to Israel, ing Service in 1!>5">. and remained
and will discuss his visit there and on that assignment until joining
current Middle Fast developments, the Herald in 1968 as editor ot the
Announcement of Shoemaker's editorial page, He was promoted
acceptance was made jointly by to editor on Jan. 17. 1962
ph Krefetz, Temple Judea
president, and Herbert Wilensky,
membership campaign chairman
DON SHOEMAKER
He was editor of Middle Fast
Journev in u>52 and wrote a series
Of articles on his recent trip to tions. Shoemaker has been active
Republicans Seek to Block
Secret Talks on Egypi Aid
WASHINGTON IJTA The out fair compensation."
Republican Coordinating lorn Tn(. Kepublican report wa- re
mittee has moved U) Mock a cle |efawj D) the party s National Com
veloping State Department plan to ,.,. \\ was prepared b) a sub
ommittce headed b> Ernest Grit
The Aug. 27 breakfast will
climax a weekend of activities be-
ginning with a special service con-
ducted by Rabbi Morris A Kipper
and the Temple Judea choir on
Friday evening. Aug. 25.
Israel which has attracted nation-
Aide attention
A member of the executive com
mittee of the Florida Council of
100, the Orange Bowl Committee,
the Committee of 21. the Govern-
Prospective members of Temple ment Research Council and nu-
Judea are invited to both functions, merous other community organize-
in leadership positions in many
other business, philanthropic and
cultural activities since moving to
Miami nine years ago lie is a
member of the Standard Club, the
Committee ot HKI and Sigma Delta
Chi, the professional journalistic
ociet)
resumi aid to Egypt it was reveal
e.l this week by R< publican Partj
leaders A numbei ol R< publican
i .. ,,i i endorsed i
.T. tit of foreign ecoi
sistanct containing a spe< iflc pro
hibiti on unconditional aid to
Nass, ,, .11,:,. aftei learnii thai
the Administration ha- quietlj dis
cute* d resumi lion of aia In -.
talks now in process in I aim
The Coordinating Committee of
the Republican Party's task force
on foreign relations declared
that "while not making aid con-
ditional upon support of our
foreign policy, aid should not or-
dinarily be forthcoming to those
nations whose heads, like Nasser.
engage in continual intemperate
abuse of the United States, en-
gage in military aggression or, in
contravention of international
law. harass American citiiens en-
gaged in commerce, or confiscate
American-owned property with-
t
Yarmulka
Dispute
HILLSIDE. N..I fJTA
The Board ol Education
Hillside upleid tin- week
the expulsion o(
Orthodox Jewish
from a summer course at
Hillside High School foi
u iai ing i skull ca B
i1, il White, who attends
Jewish da\ scho il dui inj
the regular scho >l \< a
le,. .i the summei class v >ai
ing a skull cap The boj re
fused requests Irom his
her, vice prim ipal John
Kul School Superin
tendent Wayne Branom and
board chairman Franklin
Peltman that he not wear 'he
yarmulka while attending the
class The superintendent and
the chairman ruled tin bo)
could not attend the class
while (tearing the skull cap
and the boy's fathei asked
the American Jewish Con
greaa lot help
After the hearing. Mi Felt
man said he would seek a
ruling by the Stale i om
missioner of Education on
the question William White,
the father told the board
meeting that "the rights of
my son to participate in his
religion" were violated by
the ban
ith former Dean of American
t niversit) in Washington, D C and
pi Ambassadoi i; iberl I Hill
report stressed, with reference
o \ issei thai < and comfort
should nol lie givi i b> the I'nitei
to those who consistent!)
help o ,r enemies or th enem
ol other free men No: should aici
be given to Ihose who rattle swords
or engage in aggres&l
Meanwhile, Rep. Theodore K
ipfei man, New York Republican
i) introduc prohibit purchase of Ion
.n from nations like Egypt that
-, vied diplomatic relations
with the United States He pointed
thai cotton epi sented o er 35
i pnl ol E [ypt's export trade and
hat such exports "bring foreign
ital into Egypt with which the*
cm purchase mililan hardware
for thin aggressions against Israel '
Rep Kupferman cite I Depart
ment ot Agi ulture statistics re-
vealing that the United state- has
surplus ot it- own long staple
cotton He said "1 see no reason
win the United Mates should con-
tinue to subsid indirectl) a na
Uon whose enmitj toward the Unit.
e,i state- is dailj made obvious,
and w ho i a1 >wi d oal is the de
-truction of Israel a model ol
. nocrac; and one n nation's
most stalwart allies
High
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JWV Hears
Soviet Report
WASHINGTON JTA- Th
Soviet L'nion is try in* to c"-n r
Soviet citizens of the Jewish faith
into denouncing lsra<;." Malcolm
A Tartov national commander of
lewiah War Veteraaa of the
I"ruled States, charged here Mi I
'fay He spoke at the opening
--'"ion of the 72nd annual con-
vention of the Jeih ar vrt
mas' organization.
-As a result of Israel's defeat
o* the Communist-backed Arab
forces,'' K said. "Communist
anti-Semitism has increased. All
the Communist nations, e*cept
Rumania. art) wrtikirg venge-
ance against their Jewish cituens
because Is'ael survived and de-
feated the onslaught the Com-
munists encouraged Among the
Communist stales he charged,
Poland is new evperiencing "a
new wave of anti-Semitism,"
ousting Jews from Government
posts.
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Auqust 18. 1967
Cantor Bornstein Enters Sixteenth Year Dr.Narot Returns To Temple Pulpit
Dr. .Joseph R, Narot senior rabbi a ur.d the theme, "The v-ar .-
. ^. rii II I ! Ol I of Temple I-rail m (ii'.ii. Miami, De< sioi \ Challenge to
I Jirector 1 eniple Israel \\v\igious School i*"(> ^lurn;, th" **# ^ <
I 15 : bath Fve following a vacation our-
, which he completed h
tor Bornstein be to heighten the areas ^ex- honk \viM*o-AwA Jew."
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+Jewl$ii mhridliaiii
Paqe 3-B
will address himself to that 16]
ind articles I
year as Di-
lb ui School of
ireater Miami,
icob stein is cer
in o- -ri 1 > that the
pei we of ihe 900
Sept 0 and 10.
, e ite lias been i
ivorite foi ties in recent
led
iting .i report
ol vital
: lam e to u in n ei aluat
Ihe e lucati 'gram, it Is
te .ii that it probably i- the
first ever done bj an independent
> in thi- area. Mine IMOSl
surveys of this kin.I are only done
internally. The in-depth studies of
our children's attitudes toward
religious education, God, Juda-
ism, done b) a team of trained
sociologists, should provide us with
insights into our program which
would have been impossible for us
to do with our limite I resources,"
Cantor Bornstein said.
Although the study was made
for Temple Israel, Cantor Born-
stein sait*, the results will be
shared with synagogue schools
locally and nationally "The di-
rection of Jewish education con-
tinues to plague all of us whose
view of Juda;*.m is not strictly
fundamentalist, and the under-
standing of our heritage must be
taught in the context of our
times or we will lose our children.
"As a matter of fad." he added.
I have a feeling that Catholic and
Protestant educators also will be
interested in the report, for they.
loo, are confronted with the chal-
lenge of making religious educa-
ence in Jewish living There n-ill be released for sale
are a number of other exciting Dr, Narot .,u;i
projects rt type being plan Is Our Futu effort to
ned. not as gimmicks to stimulate forecast the coming days
the bored child but pedagogically- months as they will af* I th
. ..u community and nation, as wi .
structured to extend his educa- .
tional horizons." _, ... ,
ihe religious and educational
The constant search for new program at the Reform Jewish
ideas and materials must be par- synagogue for 1967-68 is built
alleled by the search for stimulat-
ing teachers, according to Cantor
Bornstein. "We have added men
and women to our staff this year,
a number outside the teaching
profession, who no beyond meth-
odology. The Religious School
Jewish, Protestant or Catholic
must give the children more than
information. We must provide
them the basis for faith."
MMc*
Mfe'wegottfca
*t-?i-iV,,
tu ;. .. iverly confident tion relevant to the l!)60's and
f evei tat < I fact.
"Nc one involved in education
pe-ticularly religious educa-
ioncn be smug and dogmatic,"
Cantc- Bornstein believes. Not
only Mch generation, but each
year creates new challenges, in
his op nion, and the educator who
is cor.'ent to slide by with only
last year's curriculum is likely
to be aleasu-g only himself.
i hi onstant search for excel
nice Temple Israel's Religious
,i lei I the Reform Jew
s rating in a
assit
'i ntei
1970 -
Sandy Left Bar M'rtzvah
At Beth Tor ah Services
Sand) l.tfi. .-on of Mr. and Mrs.
Paul Lett. 710 NK 168 Street. N
Miami Beach, will become Bar
Mitzvah at Beth
Torah Congrc-
ion Satur-
day morn;
Sandy has at-
tended the Beth
Torah Harold
VYolk Religious
School for the
past ei ;i-.t years
and will con-
tinue his Jewish
education in the
fifth year He-
brew program.
A reception will be held Satur
Beth Am Enrolls
For Fall Term
Temple Beth Am is accepting
registrations for the week end re
ligious school. Classes from kinder-
garten through the 10th grade are
held on both Saturday and Sunday
mornings. A post confirmation
club, consisting Of 11th and 12th
graders meet one a month with
1 Rabbi Dr. Herbert M Baumgard
lit brew classes mw, each Mon-
day and Wednesday afternoon. The
nursery-kindergarten classes meet
each weekday from !l until 12 un-
der the direction of Mrs Marshall
Goldblatt Religious school classes
bei in or Sept 9 and Id and He
brew classes will begin Sept t>
7
tcrs
H. H. MARCUSE
Food S. Beverage Director
LOUIS WITHIN
Maitre d'Hotel
Call JE 1-6061
OCf ANMONT. J$,h lo 26lh STS.
MIAMI BEACH
SANDY IfFF
Cantor Bornstein. who pioneered
with the development of the only
graded High School Department in
.i Greater Miami Sunday School
several years ago, now points with
pride to a oost confirmation en-
rollment of close to ISO students
and is planning two experimental ,):iv evening at the Beth Torah
classes for the coming year synagogue Out-of-town guests will
Living Judaism demands more "'ll"i'' h" .ides, i.n.ther Billy.
from our children than just learn- pursuing Rabbinical -ud.es
ing Bible, historj and customs." the lel/e \ csh.vah in CTeve-
in his opinion. "At the Junior High l;",(i- """><<' Mrs. Fre.da Katz
level we will have a pilot class in >' -N''" ^ ork City.
re sear program by the creative writing in Judaism and
;,,r v. ...: Organization another in the visual artsprimer-
kudii if the niversity of Chi- ily photographywhose aim will
HOTQl'ETS FOR VOUR BANQUET
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c... kethewayhetal r e~s
iti ie, jnd makes tl you to
take tre bows So. for I iffair, la'ge or small ge! to k"0w
modest Party Pro ... he's there to help
J.cr t':c
Rjhbi Tibor H. Stfm
RECEPTIONS WEDOINGS BANQUETS
lor up to 3 500 guests
T'
PARTIES
Slomovitz Bar Mitzvah
At Beth Torah Saturday
Harold, son of Mr and Mrs Da
vid Slomoi itz, 1750 N W. 189th
l'err will become Bar \htz\ah at
Torah Congregation Satur-
morning, with Rabbi Max A.
Lipschitz officiating and Cantor
Jacob Renzer conducting the lit-
r >
Harold is a third ) lent at
thi Beth Torah Harold Wolk Re-
i .- Scho 'l An ci ption will be
held at the Surfside Community
Center. Among the guests ;1! be
\h- Bertha Teilelbaum. hi> ma-
ternal grandmother.
Call:
379-8861
ARTHUR
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Manager
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ALSO KOSHER CATERING AVAILABLE
Brydger Twins Ceremony
At Israelite Center
Estanne and Alii n Brydger, twin
a I m ol Mr and Mrs
l.cc Brydger, will become Bas and
Mitzvah on Saturday morning
Vug 19 at the Israelite Center.
i and Estanne attend Ponce
Junior Hi :h ai d the Israelite C 'i
ter Religious School They will be
honored at a Kiddush following
services and also at a dinner to
be held at the Sterling Hotel on
Sunday.
CALL
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"WHIM THI STARS AND HEAVEN JOIN tQUK rfSTIVITIES"
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RABBI TIBOR H. STERN
. Miss SHIRLEY, Catering Manager, FR 9-3792
Israel Posters
Free To Agencies
Brilliantly colorful posters de-
picting sites in Jerusalem are be-
ing made available free by the
Israel Government Tourist Office
to i] "inis. schools and
other public agent
One po t< shows th Western
(Wailini Another quotes the
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+Jenit fk-rktiar
Friday August 18
. 4^/^fbont J^coplc ana J^laccs .
Intermarriage Report
THE CAKE, THE CAKE
The cake ras .1 huge square, all In red and
|uj with ill'' names Susan and .Man on eithei
sid< 61 an authentic engagement rm^ made ol
ig 1 hf reception v/ai in the Imperial House,
given bj Mr and Mrs Bernard Hamcrsmith in
\m H of then daughter Susan who 1^ engaged to
Alan Sandiei It was the nicest party because
nils ol Gwen and Bernard Hamei
smith were also friends ol Alan's folks Selma
and Osi 11 Sandiei Since the decor of th- roon
is red and white lb* round bufiet tables had
1 and white cai natioi tinong the
' riamother, Mrs
Mrs Rii
Mrs H ii M r Hirsch
ind Mrs Paul
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FROM HERE AND THERE
\ rrd fron ring 1
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ords
the ni :
0 Hotel in San Fran
ke the Starlight Room in the
the hilly streets the Golden 1
'hinatown didn I look like Miami
PINK IS FOR PRETTY
It was im!. : dinner at the Fontaine-
blenu Hotel in hoi Fenchel. \>l> will
Si ven Kink in Septembei In the re
and hostess, Hei
Lou 1 1 nchel. 1 re the young couple and tin-
Mr ,nd Mrs Michael Kink
was .1 riol ol pink roses, the buffet
- m with them and the dinner
- for twelve had tall pink floral center
pieces with a falling illusion of pink rain Lome
* .1 in pink Lmother's gar
1 :. mi ii. heirloom Fran and Murray Was
: flew in from Now
i'ork Other included Judge and Mrs
: Mrs l."u Harris Mr
Mrs Stanley Warren. Mr and Mrs Ben Schwe-
Pdel Mr and Mr- Bruce I.evine. Mr and Mrs
Morris Gidney, Mr and Mrs Manuel Luck, Mn
At*- Berkowitl and MT and Mr- Irving Wem
berg
A GOLDEN DAY
it la a golden da> when a coupli ates
their 5nth wedding anniversary Sent out in the
name- of Sylvia and Ewald Ziffer and Ruth and
Murray Plan the invitation was unusual On the
nut-Hie it pictured the girls' mother and dad,
ind Leo Kirschen In their wedding attin
Ta !- lop hat. a long wh U and veil look
as dress ol todaj Inside th in
ile .1- tin
adorable little bul older' The)
milj when the) had I
' iei man) in 1933 S) h la says her D
to Anl ing at
t Sylvi 1 is the I I to S

united Arie Spec tor, one ol Mrs Kirs
lers. is con om Israel aci l hv
his wife and In- in-law, and grandchil
emun .' icob, another bi other,
n l Blifomia with his wife; Mr and Mrs
Kir-chen e.imefrom New York A touch
ceremony, .1 Kiddush. was given by the
Ichildren Tom and Mark Ziffer and Debbie
and David Platt. following Shabbal Services it
Beth Torah Congregation
On Sunda) nore than hundred people 1
to the /.tier-' home on 199th Street in N
Miami Beach to toast the happy couple in chain
\ bullet dinner alter cocktail- v. a- fol-
lowed b) the anniversar) cake
P was truly a wonderful da) for family and
friends Among the guests were Rabbi and Mn
Max A Lipschitz, Mr and Mrs Stanle) Stein.
Coach and Mrs. .' Montgomery, Mr and Mn
Richard Sneider Mr and Mr- George Glass ol
Hollywood, Pr and Mrs Kurt Archcnholz. Holly
ood Mr and Mr- Max Rothenberg, Mr and
Mrs Max Dreyfuss, Mr and Mn Louis Kratman,
Mr and Mrs, Morn- Feldman Mr and Mrs
k Hornstein, Mr and Mrs Joe Golden, and
Mr and Mi A J Gittels
Frances Lehman
NEW YORK J l'.v rhe results
of f-comparative study on inter
marriage released ttii- week b>
the Central Conference of Ameri
1 an Rabbis reveal that the, rate ot
intermarriage and consequentl)
milation of the Jem into the
Gentile environment of American
societ) 1- lo present than
during the 1 ai lii si yeai of
ish settiemenl from 16M to ik^ii
The study was conducted by
Rabbi rValcolm Stern, of the
CCAR. who noted that only on
the college campus does an in-
termarriage ratio of 15 per cent
between Jews and non-Jewish
students match the historic
figures
'
1
in the
I
nrd
10 Ji
try

?42 lewish
ol these 150
per cenl
1 hi i-tian-
\ variet) of stal tics exist 01
current 1 ales ol intermamagi \
March 1957 sample stud) by thi
Federal Bureau of the Census pro
duced .m jntermarria e statist
7 per cent while two othi r dis
puted studies ol Ihe J com
munit) in \\ ishir ?toii I '' and
in lou a, produced inl rmai
figures ol 13 pi 1 cenl and 42
cent Rabbi Stern stated thai
curate information on tin
intermarriage a- lackin ; He sa d
that a 1 1 All i ommittee u as 1 1
OiiNion Box
Do we know the rxact location
of this Mountain of Sinai today'

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that tln-
. Is tin'
-ula
till preferred b)
1 it cai not be a
ira< j S
ke 1 t Sins ra
-. because t
tin and I
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1 to fil
Bibli
ear Sinai vt
1 itel) not m tin North
S imi -11' .1 location due
1 cause th< 1 to ha>.
the location of the Amalekites
n-ith whom the Israelites fought at
il that time Ttiia is not suffi
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gaged in .ni extensive
study which .1 expects to
in a year or two
liu- farther iwaj Jews .,.
from eenti 1 ol organised J<
life, the i' atei the tandem t.
aril intermari iage and
asaimilal ion Rabbi Stet q.
Il( -. ..I that the
jurvej proves this point
the --ati-tn on tin
rhe Washington. 1>< -1
I hi 1 oil campus sun 1
ilatioi
ui in a

nil \ii
"Our greatest challen.i* con
fronts us today on the co
campus," he stressed. In
pre 1840 pci iod re'i
* greater ro!i> in inflwencinq
lives of individuals than 1

1
1 oral
to keep Juda
the 1 \
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I.
B
. in ol
to Judaism to be on the in
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itai though in
number 1
1 idai> : ntellect
cient pro >e thi Vmalekites
bein- idic people then, could
have wandered from one location
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1
rabs Receiving Medical Treatment
It Hadasssli University Medical Center
By PHILIP GILLON
[JERUSALEM, Israel-Scores ad
_rabs from the Wtd Bank and the
lid City of Jerusalem are flocking
the Hadassah-Hebrew University
kedical Center for treatment.
cme of the diseases that afflict
hem had been eliminated from
prael years ago.
Many of the patients had made
hi> "oiiP'1-. of Ars.S ho-pitals in the
liddk East, seeking cures be-
ween the Mediterranean and the
Euphrates, while they were denied
ccei to the target) medical can-
er m the area, onlj a few miles
rmn their homes The chang t
ro i 'it by the Six-D War arc
nakinR available to them the
no ledgi and --Kill of Had
ans
l exan ident
Keihli hi m, sutl i im hy
.1 critieal
y
\
i W l>
. -he
acl i i
ndine had been used whei
i.,- 're ited in Beii nl but ih dos
\ne apparently w is ini n re I v I
ladasaah, she responded < er> rap
In Bl men! and now is out
Indeed, she should be
iblr i" return home and an active
weeks
An Arab in Hebron had fallen
nto ditch and sustained a pos-
ible spine fracture There is no
trthopedic specialist in Hebron, so
Ilebron Hospital referred him I i
lada*aah in Jerusalem He was
rought in an ai'in ainbiilanee. ,n
ompanied b} two *rab nurses K\
l.nl.is-ah. the patient i> making
xceDent progress
. Several cases of Arab children
^ifferinu from cirrhosis of the liver
l.n>' Iki'ii brought to Hadassah
And admitted to the Pediatrics De
JSartm.mt It is unusual to fi"'l this
Sfcn'adful affliction in children Ha-
da^-ah iMMhalru ;.ris are trying to
drtcrmmi' wh> Arab children have
thi~ (l-t-a-c. so that preventive
.fluastires can lie taken
In -oi'ic instances. Israeli Jev -
Aloud nt Hadassah -are brii
Btrah friendsold and nev.
Sivatm-nt One fcrab in Nablu
Aail injured his head when he fell
rum a window When he was vis
Bled by a veteran Israel buildin
Biorki'i from Jerusalem who
Binou the \i ab father and
In the old I >re 1948
Bsfieii
Bui.
Bi'< Ij to
Bby a neurosurgeon who treated the
jBatieii! at once
Mam Arabs suffering from skin
diseases, eve ailments, dysentery
and other internal disorders now
are Streaming to Madassah. Most
of these illnesses had been endemic
in Israel years BgO and had been
eradicated. Later, they had been
re-introduced when hundreds of
thousands of immigrants came to
Israel from Oriental countries, but
once again the diseases had been
mastered. Today, these illnesses
have returned to the Israel scene
and Israeli physicians are dealing
with these communicable diseases
in Arab patients.
\3w Members
To Council
;
Temple Sinai
THE REFCinV TEMPLE
OF NORTH DADE
18801 N E 22nd Avenue
North Miami Beach
RALPH P KINGSiEY, Rabbi
.inncuncfi
RELIGIOUS SCHOOL
REGISTRATION
Son Auy 2Q ,tnd Sun Aug 27
For Temple Affituition .i"d
Informs.on C.iM We
ORT Leader Here
To Tell Plight
Mrs Max M Rosenberg N
n's Amei can
mi Short
\ .i
i istern
I
thai Won n Vmei ican
Climaxing i summer oi informal
membership activities, Lincoln Di-
vision and Shores Division of Great-
er Miami Section, National Council Fridny, A
Jewish Women held membership ______\____________________
recruitment coffees last week.
New members welcomed at the
home of Lincoln Division's vice
president of membership, Mrs.
Elinor Robbins, wen' Mrs Yetta
Chidnoff. Mrs Marj Dendo, Mrs
Fay r'einberg, Mrs, Molly Jacobi,
Mrs Emily Kamen, Mrs Hannah
Lewis, Mrs. Lillian Linard. Mrs
Hannah Oken Mrs Ethel Schul-
man. Mrs -Vi-n Silt ei man and
Mis Sue Winick.
Newlj received roster
i i< Dm is.mii in,- nbersl i
' hi homi ni M N
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aid l'i-her. Mrs $ '
Benjamin Harrisoi
> In.seli
Mi- ;
VIi Si p Mrs Mel' ille
lainin Steinman.
plan
ahe id for the lull meinbi r
ies
the Woman s KAJorla
elewish Floridian
Fuge 5-B
Mariscal Plays
Mana-Zucca Score
A former pupil of Mana-Zucca
lose Mariscal. now assistant pro
lessor of piano at St Xavier Col
ic_e Chicago, gave a recital last
Fridaj al the Morgan Recital Mall
before a capacity audience. i
Mariscal played 24 Preludes bj
Chopin, a new Sonata by Mana
Zucca, and also a group of shorter
pieces hy tills composer ||c will
repeat this program In New York
in October
The assisting artist, Virginia
Englebrigbt soprano presented
five songs by Mana-Zucca, with
the composer at the piano
TWENTIETH ANNIVERSARY

: :

Vicennial I pesed of Icur.d
left to right, Mrs. Sid
iro'd
' : :
I Under
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u : Mia
Auxiliary Games Night
Ahaval Sholem. 965 s W B7i
\\ enue Miami lii freshmei is ui :
West Miami Ladies Auxiliarj No be served Mrs Norman Bun
223, Jewish Wai Veterans schedul President ol ttu
ed a games night for Thursda) Mrs Jack Pales i~ chair an >f
August 17th al k (X) pin at Temple the affair
MRS. MAX M.BOSfNBERG
i m r must assume as a result oi
the serious bombing of one of the
schools in Jerusalem, and the ad
rial iinann.il burdens that
OH r Israel is facing in the accel-
eration a '1 young per
an Israel s industries
Mrs Harold Schneider. Region
President, is calling spe< ial m< i I
,,f the li ind men b rs
.,f ih eastern Florida Region
reel the National President
gel .i first hand report ol thi
tri.sis that exists in the ORT Is
rael network
The i.i -i mi etii top eche
Ion i Executive Committee
will take place at the Holida>
Inn. Collins Ave and 22nd SI on
\ 2! l" 00 a in The
.,.,,, is scheduled for
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II
Rosen ations far ning
i ting are being taken i>\ the
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; ilasser
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The Florida Women's Division
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v she >\ ill re\ iew Planned
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+Jeni$t> Meridian
Friday August 13 ".^7
<7-
ranee 9
Xef,
man

We
the
Women
WOMAN OF THE WEEK
'..it BrOV) 1: M .1- "i n in Phil-
th< middle one, Ihe spoke in the wheel
of three girls ..: i William and I hen
r family to Miami in
1921 Coming from a big city to
mall town of only three hun-
dred Jewish families. Reba ex
pected to hate her new home.
fell in love with Miami
and everything about it.
formed the first small
nip called the Unecy t'lub.
which met c very ni^ht in the
room of the Seybold Ar-
cade Building If any of the girls
ijii-ht a elimpse of a newcomer
in town. of course they
' a notice of the meeting
m the paper The newcomer al-
REBA aim up.
Ida Mr> [si I !"en who was no relation to Reba'S
family, wielded 1 the new community She in-
rd that her daughter Claire, now Mrs Sydnej Wein-
i.-,i.h r> 1 to join < tho igh she was much ^.uns-
erthan the required a-i Shi was accepted. Reba reminisced
with a smile Then A I ovitz started the YMIIA and
the Unecy Club was turned into the YWHA and again
Reba was president
In September 1923 Re! a married Nat Brown who wa-
in bu.-.ness with her brother They had two children,
according to the doting grandmother The children are
l.mda. Terry Sue and Norman Bruce who wa> named for
the Browns" son
Reba worked with her husband in the business during
the second world war They had the Navy Supply Store on
Bi^cayne where the Ro>al Ca>tle Building is now. Franklin
Roosevelt Jr attended the Naval Officers Training School
across the street At lunch time he would bring his gang
over to shop. He would get behind the counter and help
sell The Browns" son. Norman Bruce, used to be in the
drum and bugle corps of the first Jewish War Veterans
Post and Auxiliary, the Frieda Markowitz Post. Reba was
a charter member and president and her husband had
been commander of the post.
Norman enlisted in the Navy Air Corps a few days be-
fore his eighteenth birthday. He was in the lead plane with
the Lt Commander when they were shot down over
Okinawa. The group was renamed the Norman Bruce
Brown Post and Auxiliary in his memory. Reba has been
so busy in the Ladies Auxiliary that it has left her little
time for any other activity.
In 1962 she was chosen Woman of the Year in JWV
Auxiliary She has 3.000 hours to her credit at the Veterans
Hospital She was Veterans Administration Voluntary Ser-
vice Representative for the last seven years taking charge
of the sixty to seventy volunteers participating She spark-
ed the sponsorship of equipment for treating emphysema
patients.
On the lighter side she is noted for her icebox pudding
When the nieces ar:d nephews arrive in town they always
call asking when she is -;oing to make their favorite
' Its
A close knit family, even.' other Thursday night they
her together They ha\e dessert, talk and cards. Lately
ningl have been quietly spent reading, talking, or play-
ing cards with friends; Nat ha> been ill However, he s fine
now and this week they are attending the National Conven-
tion in Washington Reba and Nat have gone to many
conventions hut this is the first time that Reba has at-
tended as president of the I-adies Auxiliary, of Florida
Department. Jewish War Veterans of the United States.
She was elected in June at the 16th Florida Convention.
It's going to be a great convention!
"ti'n Weddim Tim<>r
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jTrrides and ^/'
room?
xcha
*d*
T/
0WJ
Radell-Katzen
Rabbi Daniel Franzel united in
mama-.. Ine Barbara Katz
en and Michael H. Radell at the
\ ... 12 at 8:30
p m.
The bride is the daughter of Mr
and Mrs Ben Katzen, 4539 Royal
Palm Avenue Miami Beach: the
are Mr and Mrs
Phil p Ra li II I8M N 2nd SI
.hami.
Mi Sherrj Bell er was
of honor and ridesmaids in<
Mrs Sheila Radell, Miss Brenda
hn and Miss Joyce Fishkin.
Flower girl was Dai a Rad<
man was Mr George Radell and
r- included Barry Katzen. I.ar-
Figur. Jack Wood and Peter
Facius
Tin- brii n was full length
white organza, with Ihe A-line nad
tunic,
MRS. CHAKUS WINICK
me! Mrs tanne Santiago, '
of the bi Iron >>f honor
The 1 yellow Mrs
n was la\ ender Best
. 1 .. broil er ol
the ushers includ d loe
Santii go Charlier Rogers and Lew
Kaufn
Out of town guests were Mrs II
Winick, Mr- Burnic Blumenthal
and children. Miss Nancy Klul*
Mr and Mrs Lew Kaufman and
sons.
Following a reception at the
Temple, the couple honeymooned
in Jamaica Their Miami residence
is 6101 W Flagler St

AIRS. C-8V/D TOWIS
Tonis Spier
v. l.i
\' alter
S w 2nd St v mi r
"'
Paul New N
ronis
Ki:n Hot*
Mori M perfoi
on)
Mr- Tn> .-
hool
. of v
Hunter Colll EC in Ne
City Mr Ton:- :- a gr.. I
\. a York L'nivi Ij
iwing J reception
Diplomat, 'he roupli 1
honeymoon in .'."i-naica. I
return they
Fester Ave it..

Wt t :. r K.
UUIS miCHAU IA0IU
Mrs Radell graduated from Mi
ami Beach High School and the
University of Florida. She will be
High School, attended the Univer-
teaching 4th grade in Baltimore
j in September.
Mr. Radell. a graduate of Miami
j sity of Florida and is now a junior
at Baltimore College of Dental Sur
>;er> at the I'mversity of Maryland
: wht-re he is the historian of Alpha
|Omega dental fraternity.
Following a honeymoon in Ja
maica. the newly weds will be at
home in Baltimore.
Winick-Lubin
Esther Lubin, daughter of Mr
and Mrs Henry Lubin. became the
bride of Charles Winick, son of
Mr and Mrs Ben Winick Aug. 13
at 2 p.m The wedding took place
at Temple Beth Am with Rabbi
Herbert Baumgard performing the
ceremony.
The bride graduated from the
University of Miami and is a
teacher at Blue Lakes Elementary
School She also teaches Sunday
School at Beth Am.
Mr Winick is a graduate student
at the I'mversity of Miami, ma-
joring in business He is also a
civil engineer.
The bride's attendants wen
Nancy Kluberg and Donna Horn
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At the Washington Hebrew Con-
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noon on Aug. 13th. Joyce Adair
Turner became the bride of Sidney
Ocrald JacoSson Rites were per
formed by Rabbi Norman Gersten-
feld.
Parents of the bride arc Mr and
Mrs Henry W Turner, of Arling-
ton. Virginia; the groom's parent-
are Mr. and Mrs. Albert C Jacob-
son, of Miami
Matron-of honor was Mrs John
Patrick McCarthy, cousin of the
bride; bridesmaids were Mrs Rich-
ard Kilmer, sister of the groom,
and Mrs Dennis Warren Meridian
Mr Jacobson chose for his beet
man Mr Jcrrold Cans, and ushers-
were Elnathan Haskell and An-
Lhony Slega
For her wedding gown Mrs Ja-
cobson chose white -ilk organsa
and alencon 'are The empire A
line skirt w;.s designed with a
scooped neckline and bell sleeves
A bouffant veil of French silk illu
sion was attached to a matching
headpiece.
The bride graduated from Wake
field High School in Arlington, and
the Washington School for Set re
tame-;. Washington, D.C She is a
legal secretarv Mr Jacobson grad-
uated from Miami Senior High
School and the I'mversity of Miami
where he received his bachelor of
science di uree in electronics en-
gineering. He is presently with Na-
ive! Air Systems Command Head
quarti 1 v Washington D C
Following a honeymoon trip to
Miami B< 11 h and Nassau, the
couple will be at home in Alexan-
dria. Virginia
Cedars \\ omen
Attend Conference
Mrs Ted 1-otf rrr.an. pr- i<: '.
.111,1 Mrs Byron Sp.nber. \.
ident of Cedar- of Lebai
pital Auxiliary, w-.il attend 'he Na-
tional Conference of the AffiCI
Hospital Association in .'h:.
starting Aug. 21.
They will represent a -.xv.ir
old service organization which
raised nearly $90,000 to -upport
the hospital. The officers will at-
tend sessions at the national D
ing dealing with training of In-
Service volunteer- membership ex-
pansion and fund-raising programs.
Hollywood Siilerhood Meets
The Sisteihocnl of Tcmi I-
El, of Hollywood, will hold I
luncheon meeting of the m isor
September 12th at 11:30 .. .
Jack Mlckley, associate medical
examiner foi Breward Coat
-peak on "American Women
Medicine "
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> hnist tktidliM
Page 7-B
Phyllis Goldfarb
Is Engaged To
i Frank Bramson
Mr and -Mrs. Harold Goldfarb,
"H AOtMH ltd Miami Beach,
inounce the encasement of their
liter. Phyllis, to Mr Prank
ft ram ton, son "f Mr, and Mra Ted
mson 36 Shore Driva N irth,
Miami
bri i i [ra luated Miami
i S I ol and ia atl
Ihe I '" i rsHv of Mia ni whi n
. is n n sociolo) j
l.ml;i Sloane
Wtddiii5 In June
i In '.i Mac Sloane, daughter of
Teenage Council Dance
Mark Tyson, president of the
Teenage Council, announces that
a free danee. Bar -B Q and bonfire
will be held at the Miami Beach
Mr and Mra. Sid Sloane, 5211 SW i Boys' ramp Sunday, Aug. 13 I
k gra Iw
or m. h School
Coral Gabli -
and the I
, sity of Florida He \\:is a mem
Si] ma Rho in high school
Pi Lambda Phi social Crater-1
In addition to th honor or-
>n, Newell Entomolo
~. iet> Mr Bramson h.i< def
, \rs. Bachelor ol s> ience
,:- i in Entomology
a junior partner in Na
il Exterminators, Inc
PHHUS GOlOGAftB
SHAUOH 690SSMAN
Sharon Grossman
Is Engaged
Mr. and Mrs Ralph A GrOSI
man, 1370 SW 16th St.. Miami, an
-ounce the cne.aeement of their
daughter, Sharon Lynne. to Lester
Allen Lanjter. son of Mr and Mn
MOfl I-ancer. of 3261 Riviera Dr..
| oral Cables.
The bride elect is a Graduate of
oral Cables Mich School She is
i w a junior at the University of
Miami and is majoring in educa-
tion. Sh is past president of Alpha
lambda Delta honor society, i. i
member of Orange Key honorarj
. nd servos as a University of Mi-
i mi Hoatoss. she is vice president
of Alpha Epsilon Phi. While a
delegate to the National Conven-
tion in Pasadena. Calif, she re
eoived the Blanche Z. Grecnberger
Award, given to outstanding Alpha
Epsilon Phi's in the country.
Mr linger is also a graduate of
Coral Cables High School He is ;i
senior at the University of Miami.
majoring in General Business He
is a member of the Management
Club His fraternity is Zeta Beta
Tau. in which lie ha- served as
treasurer and now as chairman of
the homecoming committee
wedding is planned.
Janet Lerner To
Marry On Sept. 6
Janet El n I ner daughter of
Mr and Mrs Jack Lerner, of 4(>2
Redmond Rd South Orange, N.J.,
has become engaged to Robert
Hauser son ol Mr and Mrs.
lack Hauser 8031 Indian Creek
l>i \ e. Miami Beach
Mi-- l erner attended Paters< n
State College nd completed train-
at New Y< rk Universit) Mod
ical Center She is ,i stall member
of New York Universit) Hospital
an electroencephalogram tech-
nologist She i< .1 member of the
\merican E E G Society,
Mr Lerner graduated from Mi-
B< it" s nior High School and
the L'niversit) of Florida with a
ee in accounting, also obtain
.. BSBA degree ii>' graduated
I'niversti) ol Miami Ijw School
with a Juris Doctor degree He
i> ., social affiliate of Alpha Ep-
silon Pi social fraternity and Phi
Delta Phi law fraternity
The wedding is planned for Sep-
tember 6. 1967.
Itfl St Miami, has become en-
I to Howai Mendel-
Mr .. ,i Mrs. Nathan
Mendelsohn, ol Norfolk. Virginia.
\l ,i ni
led I
sit) ar I r luated with
.i d isini
n t) il Miami.
!- r -. i ol Mpha
>.-
Miai P
S ool
i he groom-ti it< I from
high school in Nor! ilk and re-
ceivi BA in chemistry from
the L'niv rslt) ol B i hmond He is
a dental student in the Medical
Colli ge of Vii nia and a past
Idenl ol Phi Sigma Delta.
Plans are for .. June wedding.
r> 30 to 11 i E nsored bj
Mi 'ini Beach Recreal on Dh
and the '\i-<)< i ouncil. tl e affair
is open i i all Miami Beach I
'- at I- .
hotels The np is behind
Miami B ich Kennel i
Post 681 Meeting
h War Veti 681 will
hold thi ir next meet at Temple
tug 28
31 p.m.
Or Ohm Registration
Temple Or Olom will conduct
Sunday Schools on Aug. 20 and
egistration for its Hebrew and
\ug L'7 between 9 a.m. ,unl noon
,it the Temple. Temple Or 0 i
d with the United Syna
: il America.
SCHOOL SECRETARY
WANTED
f it .
.
Reply S !
Ostomy Group Meets
The Miami Eleostomy and Co-
Issociatioi n<
ting w ill be held every I
Monda) ol the month in the Dade
Federal Building, 5800 NW 7th
Avenue, al 8 p.m The next meet
will be ori Monday, Aug 21
Guest speak) mi etings
include personnel from Ml Sinai
and Jackson Mi Hospital
who answer questions on Ostomy
prnbli
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CONGREGATION
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OTm U he /vcu/ii of *w)ociefy
House guest in the new home
of Sol and Marlene Kalchman.
1145 N f. 17Bth St., North Miami
Beach, is nephew Jay Spitz, an
honor student at the Hebrew
Theological College (Beis Hami-
drash LTorahi in Chicago
Busily packing her suitcase is
Mr- Max Hillie) Kern, who is
leaving to attend the National
\ention of the Jewish War
Veterans and Auxiliary' a' tne
Shoreham Hotel in Washington.
|) C this week
Mrs Kern, who now is Na-
tional Conductress and National
I omnwnity Relations Chairman
is a candidate for Patriotic In
structor.
She will be joined m Washing
ton by Mrs Bessie Gibber, who
is president of Miami Beach Aux-
iliary 330 Mr- Gabber ia vaca-
tioning In Washington with her
miii It Commander Phillip Gib
ber, who resides In Washington.
*
Mr and Mrs Ted Zalles (Food
Fair "exec"! went to Pennsyl
vania to celebrate the arrival of
;i granddaughter, Sandra Faith,
born on Aug. 5th to Mr and Mrs
David Zalles.
Rabbi Irving Lehrman and wife
Belle, now m Israel, write. "We
in the States talk about the ti da)
miracle. The Israelis have really
lived it and their mood is in-
d.-. ribabk It's great to be part
of this heroic people "
What a way to celebrate a wed-
ding anniversary! The Al Pallots
of the Imperial House decided to
be different and invited three
couples to a golfing weekend at
Luraya. Making up the two "fore-
somes with Honey and Al were
Mr. and Mrs Morris Green, Mr.
and Mrs John Porte and Mr and
Mrs George Cordon The happy
group are staying at King's Inn.
Music League
Holds Auditions
The next concert of the Miami
Beach Music and Arts League will
1h- held on Sept lf> and will fea-
ture young talented singers, pian-
ists and instrumentalists Auditions
will be held -aeh Sunday. Starting
Aug. 20, al the home of President
and Mrs Louis Hoberman at 90ti5
Carlyle Ave., Miami Beach from
4:00 to 6:00 p.m.
The audition committee includes
Sol l.iskm. Mrs. Dorris Brexel.
Joyce Farber, Fred F. Cold, and
Isidore Oberlander.
Young musicians under the age
of 18 may audition by calling Mi
Hoberman, league president
Scholarship awards -ire present-
ed to deserving students during
the concert season as they are
nted at formal recRals
CANTOR
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Ava-leble for the H.gh Holiday! Call f'Oin
7 i.m. to 4:30 p.m. JE 1 3353 or !*
5:30 call 531-7367.
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Available tor High Holy Dayf. Cultured
TtnOf Voice. Eperierxed Call 534 4245
or write 1325 Meridian Ave. MB.
Excellent Traditional
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Friday. August
Highlights In Sports
By. JESSIE SILVER
By JESSE SILVER
Co Author of "Encyclopedia
of Jews in Sports")
1 want to Ik- the best." said
it year-old Mart Spit/ at the Pan-
American Games I want to win
ico City an l maybe again
in 1972 Spitz was the beat
W an eg. Hi i red five Pan
American G old medals as
I 10 and i-'mi meter but-
terfl and s< world rec-
th ';.-
2 06 4 His >ld medals
mi : three I*.S
at the S
the
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rices
i trj foui al Mi
I, if the schedule p
I go leu
I'll swim UK) to 200 meter but-
and perhaps three relays I
is-si |j throw in a freestyle
nt, it the altitude doesn't prove
too tough
Oth"! :."lil medal winners al the
Km Games -ere Mark Colin.
gymn Richard Sofman, wres-
tling; Jamea Puhrman and Larry
Gtoekman. rowing Cohn. a Temple
graduate, won the side horse, took
a silver modal in the still ring-
anal a bronze in the all-around.
Sofman Weal Orange. N.i.. cap
1 'be f! division title
in freestyle wrestling. Kuhrman
tru the c ucwain of the pairs with
cov. and Gluckman palled an oar
for the fours without coxwain
Veteran fencer M Axslrod.
Scaradale, M.Y look a silver medal
in the foils and Alan Levtnaon. In-
ia, captured a silver in the
Im competition
Bro; ils w,-tr to Abbie II"!'
man of Canada in the women's 8 ' '- i ui Julio Irango of i
lumbia in th> estyle
I i hmied ol
ico in mi
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ir_. Vickie Bonier. Canada, ten-
nis: Mark Arnold. Canada. 400
meter hurdles; Jorge Telcb. Mex-
ico, swimming. The is women's
volleyball team, coached by Marian
Cohen, won a cold medal, while
Norman Lewis captained the I S
fencing squad.
The Montreal YM YUHA dedi-
cated its new Davis Building swim-
; OOl to the memory of the
late H K Herschorn The Earl ol
tten of Burma officiated
' l remonies. He presented to
Mrs T< ncer, the next ol k n, the
iss hich w as
to late
Mr rn for distinguished
sen tion
1982 a ,i -
lenl ol the Royal .
Saving S
Society of Cans
iI

Swimn .
; Afri
"'- as named to
the 1967 \ \ erica Junior < k>l
Swimming team He
iu.mI in the 100 and 200 yard
itstroke Jams Lewi's if
Miami waa i of
the l%-7 Girl's Mich School Ml
America Swimming team in the
100 yard butterflj
Wck Mor.....f Nash\ ille, Tenn..
has been named diving coach ol
the Army team Morse, an \
America at Indiana C won gold
medals at the 1961 and 1963 M ic-
cabiah Can es Steve S
an All-America swimmer at the
University of Utah, is member
of the coaching staff jt the Dick
Smith Swim Gym, Phoenix, trii
Geller of Chicago has been
' i the Helms Hall ol i i
for waterpolo Geller was a mem
'or of the lf>L'8 Olympic team, and
waterpolo manager of the 1956
Olympic squad Ervin Vej of
the New York Athletic Club made
the lf-7 aai indoor All-American
waterpolo team
Wonder if the Egyptians knew
Robert Alexander Waa (he
I hi i S Maccabiah names
' I'll in 1961? Ah
who isn't Jewish, was coach-
ing the Egypt swimming team
re the war with 1
n Jim
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Y Sponsored ECD
Registers Students
With the first day of school.
Sept 5. only days away, prepara-
tion for the reopening of the
Early Childhood Development Pro-
aram at the YM-YWHA of Greater
Miami is under way at two loca-
tions in Dado County,
Paul Paske, president of the
YMIIA. reports that nursery and
kindergarten school for the Cen-
tral hranch of the Y at 85<)0
S.W th st and tin- North County
branch at its temporal-) facility,
16951 N E 4th \\e North Miami
.eh. are now busjlj engaged in
King 3 4 5 year olds for the
all class*
Pre sch >ols are n i saential part
'i the i nstitutions <>f
lunity i rid thi YM N tYH \
li Miami Earlj Childhood
Pi of
he unique unifying forces ol the
Efi II
I D the
'-
: i al the North Coun-
pntr il branches is sot up
. ational supp
to the home, making possible tl
xperiences which pn ial,
Physical, emotional and intellcc
lual dei elopment as well as count
ii- gains in each of these ex
net iei i
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to develop and enhance positive
Jewish attitudes and identification
provide each child with rich.
living Jewish experiencei
The ECD program is conducted
Monda) through Friday from a in to noon at both locations
The staff consists of universit)
trained teachers, certified in early
childhood education by the Flor-
ida Hoard of Education. The en-
tire program is licensed by the
state's Department of Public Wel-
fare and has been used by the
Universit) of Miami for special
BtlOl il oroje. (S
Registration is m progress daih
Social Singles Dance
lh. B'nsi H nth Social Sin
ill bold .i dance Saturday, tug i!>
at 9 p m at the Carillon Hotel.
Miami Beach Tickets ma) be pur-
' the door and include
club show, dancing to a
dunks and tipping "Pro
will go to diversified or-
anized charities accord rtf to
Marian Kaye, publicit) chairman
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, lenist- Ifh idicir
Page 9-3
1


Our Film Folk \
By HERBERT O. LUFT
'
Hollywood lure, HImitation of the down-beat
Pictures cc-founder Jack fam||y 1|fi. (;|n wcepliona| 0I1|. J
be sure) "Young Americans" re-
flects the opposite side of the coin.
the spirit of our youth from ever)
evel ot society involving all racial
I'ohn, niself producer of the stu
i -i successful films. "The
Interhf and "The New Interns,
i nl m !i talents U Stef
,,i!. eis and Michael t'allan
both ai:'spring ol Jewish fathers)
i Stevens from Sweden
. comedienne Kay Stet
recentl) returned from
om Film Festh .it where
scheduled to screen Ins lal
> AM \nu r a IS. i
. nte ature
,. JO] n Of teen
lay h
1 th>'

and religious backgrounds Yet,
"unacceptable was the verdict for
both entries! The reason A cue
i approach
1 b i- '',"t ,|1M out aged In fact,
he p ,ns ti> make a sequel to
*> Vinericans b< hind ih-
Iron furl lin to show thai we lo
not i Igc in llollj wood
he S peopl i; .-
t!i
in Moscow Cohn I
I PS I : |v
: i" .,'
dii i
\in ric.iM
I ell as the
- Ie2 il
head Louis Niter producer Stan
and writer Abbj M
tell
i
ac
Ru al fir-t.
ru out h> the
tival Committee, and so wer lughb honored b> their Ru:
,1 Mr a id ol Vii
i \ identl) for entirely dii
asons u bile the latter pic
APPOINTED
I

B "i
m.iii colleagues indu ates I i Bob
fohn that there is no place for
anti-Semitism in the cinema of
the Soviet I iikiii todav In fact,
Kramei was treated with highei
respect than an) top movie star,
because to the Russians a producer
dirci :< is the sole genius ol the
film and the> havi seen and ad-
mired four ol Kramer's pictures,
n "Judgment al Nuremberg."
Defiant Ones "It's a Mad.
Mi rl Ma I Mad World" to "Ship
of Fools"out of less than 50 Hoi
lywood films shown altogether in
the Soviet Union during the past
lo years, Bob Cohn reveals thai
Kramer recived < standing; ovation
from the more than 16.000 people
gathered in the vast Congres-, Hall
it Moscow
In "Young Americans." Cohn
ibled on new. creati\ e concept -
in the art ot til nmaking in the
person ol i iter director Vlcx
(i ra> from
i Ision Starting '- .1 mail ; >>
at P I i'l.\
in 1053 i Jras >h< fl I iter wn

Da
here
he
f Holly i
.11!
To retail
dra \ ; \
i itT ie lllin >i~
Si ii pi ison al M nard with J
bearing for the ver>
ion to her song, rhe
Ri ad \!i- a I ol I s," completel) un
i ai sed
Keenan Wynn has been casl 1>>
Warner Bros in the role ol Sen
ator Billboard Rawkin.s in "Fin-
lan'a Rainbow," (limitation of the
E Y Harburn and Fred Said)
Broadway musical ol yesteryear,
currentI\ before the cameras un
der Francis Ford Coppola's dire,
tion Wynn (son ot the late Ed
Wynn) portrays a Southern politico
who is turned into a blackface u
punishment for his hatred ol v
roej and other non Anglo Saxon
races
At the start ol production, the In-
ternational press was Invited to
i id on the Cotton Route Expi
nto the Rainbow Valley, in the
nake-bel'eve world ol the Warner
Bros Studio back lot, joined b>
I it I Astaire Petula < lark
.hi Tomm) SI
Michael Shillo from the llabiman
I in atre u Tel \\ i\. w as sigi
t niMi-al Studios foi
i ilt> ii A rime fi r Hero
-'.Hi ng Rod Taj
i
'.
Sha I he si y of Mick
in
Israi Mi Shavi t li-
ion
Peter Sellei was thi ol
the part) .it the 5 i loldv > n
ios al the compli I ion ol his
Hollywood movie. "The Party," a
madcap satire on the ways an l
habits ol cinema celebrities and
Ihos who tr) to mingle with them
at then swank) affairs The w
picl in i prod ced and lirected b)
Blake Edwards for Mirisch Bi
er. take- place during a nighl long
Hollywood party for which a sump-
tuous three level mansion with real
furnishings, swimming pool, sunk-
en gardens, and luxurious con
veniences had been dreamed up by
the art din ctor Also in the part)
,. young mimic, Steve Franken. a
graduate from the literar) night
club revue of the Bill) Barnes
show, portraying an alcoholic
waiter by the name of Levins
Petci Si Hers, a man ol ma
and accents, appear.s as Hrundi B
Bakshi. .. thi -. >m the Ne i
Delhi -' of East India. \\ ho
h
dl ..nd forc\er ites small
lers at I
: il ab
about Jii participation in tin
H
- i- rtlri"
led in Isi ael 11 plans to
-. ioi thi i -
I
Kirk D laki
his effo
: ill_
pic Games N
. tn start his ow n co proriiu I
! Brotherhood." which will
be photogi aphed in < lotham an I
location on the is!..ml of Sicily.
with Martin Kill directing and co
producing for Paramount Pic
lure -
Agudaih Israel 16th Anniversary
Agudath Israel Hebrew Institute.
78o I Carlylc Ave Miami Beach,
will celebrate it- lKth annivei
sar) on Satur la) Aug i'< ac
cording to it- presi l< m Moms
Feldman
The synagogue was founded on
Kug it. 1951, under the leadei
ship ni Rabbi l>r Isaac Hirsh
Ever
Kinsler Joins Faculty
I un! in in 11 -
i Staff at Mi
Dade Junior Colli i ith Cam-
Mi Harold Kinsler
Mr Kinslei is Audio Visual < 'a
h
i. U
n M
A gala reception with a bi
Will follow the service- on >..1.u-
la) morning
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York City and most recently executive Chef
of the exclusive Emerald Beach Hotel in
Nassau. Born in Germany, Chef Ellmon served
his apprenticeship in fine restaurants and
hotels in Europe before coming to this
country, where he has developed o wide fol-
lowing in culinary circles both in New York
and in Florida. His long hours in our kitchens
arc making dining at the Sweden House a
memorable occasion, end we feel most for-
tunate in having him with us
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Jmi& nrridlian
Friday. August 18.
Samuel Kanner Dies
Services Held Friday
Mr Samuel (tenner, prominent
Mi.mu attorney who initialed the
- nt system use I by i saminers
>i the Florida Bar Association)
Wednesday, Aug 10, at M
rt Institute.
Mr Kanner, of Um
nnan of sxanl-
of the Kin: \u,'Ki-
tk>i and former chairman of the
National Conference of Bar Ex
aers. He was on the heard of
- for the Plorida Bar As
soc ation and served a> chairman
if the committee to strengthen le-
j,al education.
lie also was former chairman of
the grievance committee and chair
the committee I >r continu-
gal education while he served
on the board of directors for the
::!> Bay Am
A fellow of the American Bar
Association, Mr Kanner was a
nber of Tau Epsilon Phi [rater-
nit)
He was also pre-, lent of the
Miami Club, a directoi of the
Miami Heart Institute since 1949.
md a past commander of the (
",ii. id Reset \<- Auxiliary.
Born in Orlando, he was I grad-
uate of the Universit) of Florida
ind received bis degree from the
University of .Miami Law School
in 1936
Mr. Kanner. 54. resided at 240
a San Marino Dr., Miami Beach.
He i> survived by his wife. Ruth;
daughter*, Susan c, attending
Emory University; and Mrs. Janet
Sinder of lakeland: a sister, Mrs
Albert Friedman of Miami: a
bn ther, Aaron Kanner. also of
Miami: and one granddaughter,
Lori. I
Services were held Friday at the
rside Normandy Isle Chapel.
itabbi Joseph Narol of Temple Is
officiating. Burial followed in
iruceland.
Tabochinsky Dies, Officer
Jewish Labor Committee
NEW YORK Benjamin Taba
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the Jewish I abor Committee died
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he had served as a member of the
Municipal Council of Bialystock
a- i representative of the Socialist
Jewish Labor Bund.
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a and eye-witness descriptions the outbreak of hostiHtie
-of whal reall) happened In the describes the atmosphen tl
six-da) bl U battle between the la- vailed In Israel w ien It bei
forces and the defeated armies clear thai war was Ic. as
of four Arab nation-, should not well a- the many episodes n
fall to read "Lightning Out of Is- battlefields A hook on i
reel" b> The Associated Press entitled "This Land ol Israel" and
h i- :i beautifully-written book, written by Andrei Sedych, the well*
lavishl) Ulustrated, in which Asso- known author of 13 books
elated Press correspondents tell published this week b) Macmlllan
graphically and with color the story Company However, this well
of the swift victory of Israels written book deals with pre-war
fighters and citizens, conveying life in Israel .A most inter -I
the atmosphere on the battlefields ing Ixiok on the Middle East writ
as well as in the cities during the ten by Julian Huxley ami entitled
war that -hook the world Pub- "From .111 Antique Land." was pub
lisfaed by Prentice-Ball, the volume lished by Harper* Row in
a commemorative editionis an Huxley, who wrote his book before
hi-tonc document bringing out viv- Hie outbreak of the six lay Arab
idly the full military story of the Israel war. predict.- that "there
shortest and most successful war will continue to he quarrels be
in modern hUtorj it describes 'ween Israel and the irab tl
the day-by-day breathtaking move- between the Arab states them
ments of the Israeli war machine selves and between the
from the first air strike sweeping states and the Western world"
low over Egypt to the last shot However, he feels safe in prophe
fired in Syria And it also con- Sying that "within .1 few
veys the spirit of the men who lions, cooperation will
fought the war. their heroic BCta, begin between Israel and Jordan,
their dramatic stories, their de- but will increase throughout the
termination to win Many book- Middle Fast and help the region
will be written on the six day Arab to re lin I position of I
Israeli war that stunned the Arabs, in our evolving world."
but the deluxe volume of the \
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Rites Held Friday
Joseph li RobUna, Miami attor-
ney and president of the West
Miami City Council, died Thursday,
Aug 10
Mr. Robbins was a member of
the Florida Bar He had also serv
ed on the board of directors and
as athletic coach for Temple Zion.
Coming here from Milwaukee 20
years ago, he attended the I'niver
lity of Miami where he obtained
his law de :r m 105S
Mr Robbli been an
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ture on the epic and historic battle kn'mn ""'>"- Jewish readers
of the Israelis The book i- .. vw""ed Stieghtz. whose pione.
chronicle of the war events that rvices in modern art api
brought glory to Israel and pride '""'' '" thr f,'ld l,f photograph) -
to Jews everywhere excellently niade him an internationally known
written by newsmen, some of whom
covered the hostilities on the
it is superbly illustrated by
maps and photos taken on the
I Bttlefronts and in all countries in
Ived in the war Emerging
from this volume is a picture show
figure in a short time at the turn
of this centur) Herbert J
.in. noted author and foi
correspondent of the Jewish Tele
graphic Agency in Washington, ha.
written book on this remarkable
figure who was the recipient of
ing why Israel won the war. and m'"'> <"a" "M medals from van
why it won it in such a short time
It is an excellent journalistic
hi- countries and was hoooi
Vice president of the Socl ty of
project earned out to perfection American Painters and Sculptors
leaving the reader with deep erne- Tho ,,0<,k published by Yale
tional feelings for Israel, as well Universit) Librar) under the title
as with respect for the high stand "Alfred Stiegliti Talking
of writing bv the Associated 'n Intimate picture ol the Amen
Pre-, newsmen who participated in carrying out thi- project
MORE READING: The United
IS an instrument of vision in the
deeper sense and of his great pio
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n what was the unfilled soil of
Press Inw rnation il has similarly the I'nited State-
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issued a bonk on the Arab-Israel man, who was an intimate friend
war written b) its correspondents .f Stjeglitz, uses the notes he has
who had something to do, dli me of his convers i
- indirectly, with co<..... m 1925-31 PI
war Th- b-.i.k tooentil ed f the
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Stevenson, i o\ i list an I ditor of
historv of art in
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49
SAVE 20c
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