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

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

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"Jewish Floridian
Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY
Volume 40 Number 33
Miami. Florida, Friday. August 25, 1967
Two Sections Pn- 20c
CZECH EXPLANATION Of AUTOPSY REJECTED
Mysterious Death For JDC Director
WASHINGTON (JTA) The
mysterious disappearance and
death in Prague of Charles H.
Jordan, executive vice chairman
ol the Joint Distribution Commit
tee. continued to puzzle the State
Depart merit
American officials who are in
touch with the Czechoslovak For
Sign Office reported that they ha I
no theories to account (or it. Mr.
Jordan, who ww on vacation with
his wife, arrive.! in Prague on
Monday Bafore they went to
Prague, the Jordan! had visited
Hungary and kuinania and had
planned to go on to the Soviet
Union.
United States otfici ils said M in
daj that the Cteeh i loi ak o' e n
ment conducted an autops) on the
i id) taken from the Z iltava Rlvei
without nott?) I led States dip sy wai not notified until a few
atic authorities in time t >r minutes before the utop im~
them lo attend The Czech authori concluded making it impossible
announced thai it had been |(.r the Am ican consul to arrive
i i iblishi d I al the cause of death
w dro\ nil | and thai there i 11
no i' i n the
CHAfflfSJOHOAN
The autopsy b\ i / i
men) pathi lo^ist wai I ont
7 a m. to 9:2
S ., The I'ml IS Kmbas
ii witne the proceedii
The consu!. having been -tiven
only 20 nv notes notice, arrivH
five minutes after tht post-
mortem operation had endcH, al-
Continued on Pa< Charles Jordan
Body Found
In River
WASHINGTON (JTA)
The body of Charles II Jor-
dan, executive vice-chairman
of the Joint Distribution
Committee, who disappeared
la>t Wednesday evening (Au-
gust 16) in Prague after he
left his hotel room to buy
a newspaper was discovered
Sunday in the Zoltava Ri\er
in Prague, the State Depart-
ment reported.
The bod) was found at 1:30
p m. local time bj a civilian
m a rowboat, floating at a
water barrier downstream
from Ihe May 1 Bridge The
ri> ilian notified police, who
informed the American Km
bass) l S Consul Norbert J.
Ki leg v iewed the I odj on the
river I i an I identil ied the
th jeweh> and Ihe
neral features as those ol
Jordan
Suspicious Circumstance
Prompts Inquiry Request
NEW YORK (JTA) Louis Charles Jordan in Israel less thar
Broido. chairman of the Joint DLs- two weeks ago. At that time, we
tribution Committee, issued a liscussed a number of future JDC
statement emphasizing that "it is programs and special programs
absolutely impossible for US to ac Mr Jordan then showed a lively
ccpt the explanations of the Czech ind vital interest in them In addi-
OSlovakian government concerning tion. a number of hi< friends a*
the death of Charles H. Jordan well as the JDC staff have received
El Arish Curfew
ler Strike
Aft,
TEL \v un I
tin-clock curfev was in effect Sun
day in El Arish, the only n
citj In the 1st aeli i i| ied Sinai
Peninsula, after .i general strike
and demonstration i>* the city's
Arab residents against Isi a 'I A
n arch, now under waj lo find the
inciters of the crippling shut-down
i- rep irtedly concentrating on the
B.0O0 Egyptians living in the area
At the tame lime, Israeli au
thorities persuaded the Arab Mayor
of Nablus m tie occupied west
bank lection of the Jordan River.
to reverse decision to resign
They arrested n Arabs In Bethle
hem who signed a declaration o!
loyalt) to Jordan's King Hussein
Another meeting with well
known Arabs and merchants took
i ce in the old section ol Jerusa
lem at winch the commander of
th centiaJ front. Hug Gavish,
issue l stern at ning against
i 'it'i-n of the strike ol two
we ks ago winch almost paralyzed
t Old Cltj and a sainsl any other
to
itions of disobedienc
the Israeli occupation
The demonstration in El Vrish
on the peninsula's northern coast
was Ihe first since Israeli tro >ps
c.'i il it m the June w ir It was
m ceded by di >ti ibution ol leaf
Continued on Page 2-A
U Tlicnt ,'Jnrres Thalman
Personal Envoy To Israel
I -IMP \ \ I IONS N V W MS
\ Swiss diplomat, Ernesto Thai-
has been named l>> V N
Secretarj General U Than) as his
lonal envoy to Israel on the
Jerus ilern is -
Mr Thalman is now In Jeru-
mi for a two-week stay during
which lu- will confer with high
government officials However
there were indications in Israel
that Ins appointment was accepted
only on condition thai he would
rep rl only on the general situa-
tion in unified Jerusalem
"When we heard Sunday that the
autops) was to In- performed .it
7 a.m.." Mr Broido said, "we re
luested a delay until th- arrival
ol Prof Bernard Hardmeyer, dep
Uty director of the Legal and
Medical Institute of Zurich Swil
zerland, and Dr Alexander Gonik.
he d of Ihe JDC me Heal d< part
ment in G neva
"The fact the Czechs refussd
to delay the autopsy we find to
be a hioh'y suspicious circum-
s'ance, so susoicious that we can-
no' escape *he conclusion that
the Czech government is covr-
i- up a vile crime, of which
they must have had knowledge.
in y ie ol th
tamed in sone "f the reports, 1
: to st ite that l sp ke with
wstcards, muled by him from
Prague on the very day he dis
inpeared These postcards sound
normal and cheerful
in view ol the circumtances of
Mr Jordan's death, we are send-
ing to Prague .is out representa-
tive Mr Seymour Rubin, com
for the JDC Mr Rubin is a fort
'eneral counsel ol thi tgencj
lei ,i Development, and .,-
i i i mi r assist: m h isoi I
the f) | in State he ui
i r of missioi I i
I esident Kennedy, with the
- o| S| eci il \m\ a--..dor Mr.
Rubin i- now in pi i\ ate
n w .i-'i.i. i ton
"We in JDC are determined
Continued on Page 6-A
I
The Jewish floridian To Serialise
I 'Between Hammer and Sickle'. I
I Revealing .S/>rv of I SSR Jewry
i I
Why is Russia persecuting its three million Jews" What is the j
true state ol affairs affecting Russian Jewry Is there any hope i
' for the large community ot Jews under Soviet rule" How do
I Jews read to the oppressions? "Between Hammer and Sickle
I b) Ben Ami the assumed name ot a highly informed authority I
I who has covered the entire scene more thorough!) than any one I
eyet before has scrutinized the situation published by the |
Jewish Publication Societ) ol America, will be serialized in j
The Jewish Floridian be,inning With the first installment to j
appear in this week's issue on Page II A
EXPAND ANTI-ISRAELI PROPAGANDA
Negro Extremists Condemned
NEW YORK (JTA) Sweeping
protest from prominent Negro
lea U rs as well as from the Jewish
commun'ty tins week almost en-
gulfed the anti-Zionist, anti-Israel
and anti Jewish statements that
appeared in Ihe official newsletter
of the student Nonviolent Coordin-
ating Committee and were later
reiterated at a press conference in
Atlanta by leaders of the organi/a
tii n.
When th* newsletter drew an
outraged response from the Jew-
ish community, three SNCC lead-
ers at th "black power" organi
iation's Atlanta headquarters
tolr> newsmen that Jews "were
imitating their Naii oppressors,
committing some of the same
atrocities against the Arabs," a
charge that had previously ap-
peared in the group's official
organ.
The SNCC attack Ralph Feath
erstone. program director, said.
was not anti Semitic, but was di-
rected against Jewish oppressors"
and those Jews in the little Jew
shops in the ghettos." He added.
"Israel is and always has been the
tool and foothold for American and
British exploiters in the Middle
East and Africa" Miss Ethel Mi
nor. another SNCC leader, told the
press that the organization would
expand on its anti Israel propa
la The same attitude was
Continued on Page 12-A
FIRST JEWISH CHAPLAIN to complete airborne traini
Capt. Franklin C. Breslou, ge-s ready ior the first of his
qualifying lumps as a parachutist. Ordained as a
rabbi by the Hebrew Theological College at Skckio. 111.,
n. 1965, he was given his ecclesiastical end. I for
vice as a Jewish military chaplain by the Commission
on Jewish rincy of the Nati ish Well
trd (IWB) in 1966. He has Perm serving as post Jew
chaplain at Fort Co- Ky.


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Cabinet Reaffirms
Repatriation Date
For Arab Return
JERUSALEM brad's
Cabin*: reaffirmed last night ar.
rliei <. lion fixing Aiu 31 as
the deadline for the return of srcal
>.-ank repatriate* i rh n .lordan to hich the> (lad ir
June war. The Cabinet at-ed
r beachsj a statement from
Foreran Minister Abbj Ebar that
I rael had no)
<>? for lead-
Premier Levi EsHVol said t*e
90*rnmnl Ha^ tr*r*y moved
the deadline from Aug. 10 *o
Auq 31 and that no furrher ex-
tension would be granted.
The i-;sur aro-* eft rra-
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Charles Jordan Bod\
Found In River

THEY GAVE THEIR LIVES ,
for us ;
MAKE ISRAEL ECONOMICALLY
STRONG BUY ISRAEL
BONDS J
Mayshie Friedbe'g *
Continued from Pege 1-A
though the U.S. avtSoritie* had
pointedly asked, on the day the
body was found, that they be no-
tified, so they might attend.
After protects by the United
States, Czechoslovakia agreed to a
second autopsy It L- being con
ducted b> Prof. Bernard Hard
:nt;. er. deputy director of the Le
.'a! Medical Institute of Zurich,
^uitzerian'i. who flew to Prarue
for the purpose Dr Hardn.
Vou_ : ham Pr Alexander
of the TDC staff ir. Geneva
rican medical aa
however, that il

possible once ar. au' i
ni inned ITw chances
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the organization in 1951 and uas
promoted to the post of director
general in 1955 He uas decorated
by the French and Norwesrian gov-
ernments in recognition of his serv-
ices on behalf of rcfUftea
From 1959 to 1961. he >erved as
co chairman of the International
Committee for World Refogee
Year, which is sponsored hy th<'
T'nited Nations Fleeted chairman
of the governing board of the In
ternational Council of Voluntary
\. i .- a' its creation in 1962. h<-
served a< chairman of it- Commis-
m Refugees Earlier this year
M .'hairman <>'
erican Council of Voluntary
les fr>r Foreign Servi
Kl Arih Curfen
After Strike
Continued from Page 1-A
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Friday. August 25, 1967
+JenisF fkjrkHani
Page 3-A
Chancellor Supports Peace Effort
By Special Report
v :>i\<; ["ON A U'l' | ition
i lers. mi-. t-
.. th (i.- m i ancellor Kuii
i Ki< -".: here, receh l ;i
German iup-
- effort! lo :i.' leve
n the Middle
el-,; net llor Klesinger'a state
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\I)L Opposed To
Federal School Aid
PHILADELPHIA -<.ITA> The
Anti Defamation League of B'nai
B'rith and the Jewish Community
itions Council <>f Greater Phil-
adelphia have put themselves on
record as opposed to Federal help
religious school pupils, as pro-
Mini for in the Klementary and
Si condary Education Act of IP/65.
That law perm it < aid to non
sehool students
In testimony at a public hearing
here on planned Federally-funded
rams, conducted by the Phil
a Bo ir i of Education, op
position was voiced by Samuel
Lewis Gaber, regional director of
the ADL. and Sydney C Orlofsky,
president of the JCRt v the same
the Philadelphia Chapter,
. rican Jew iah Committee, ad
\ cated expa sion of the "shai d
programs in which non-
public school children may attend
i isses in :> iblic schools during
the ichool da>
KURT KIESINGER
Jew' public's stand on the Middle East
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The German chancellor .!-'> said
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port Israel's request for associal
membership in the European Com-
mon Market, according lo a spokes
man for the Conference of Presi-
dents of Major American Jewish
I rrganizatiotu
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East crisis, the Chancellor was
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in the "strong sympathy and
support of 'he German people
for Israel."
Th- Jewish lea lers also raised
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rto of limitations on
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overnment was con-
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York, president of the American
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Slates, participated in the meeting,
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Rumania Today
Jordan's Tragic Death
Mourned World Over

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t survival to h i jnal
a and achieve-
':. honored abroad.
a urrtry. have m -
m the history of
I forge an i:
wish life."
I rmari of the United
' Ionian a collea
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' wish sur-
(he upbuild
of Israel. L and d
.riir-h hi?
//ry to
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A -<:tit ems. Mr. J,
the Fren-h and Norweg
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^r^sts when hf
his arduoui
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His [i- in the mi
m nusos, loyalty and ded-
rtj .vill long he remembered by all those
>d to have known him and worked with
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Chancellor Visits Washington
ted in tl
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ngl n v i
hold resid

Bonn,
tl
hough most i
its in Bonn's d i be
topic of ii Washing!
Frank) pointed
;: the Defense Ministry is not reprei nted
3 'ran -:. ration, leads to the con-
clusion that the Federal Chancellor do?s not
wish to go very deeply into defense questions.
He is morf I with impi v rig the at-
mosphere of German relations with the United
States."
The "Frankfurter Allgemeine" went on to
"The Feder-i! Government does not have
the l^-apt intention of forcing the United States
out of Europe. The American presence is con-
sidered to b indispensable for European se-
curity. In any case, Kissinger will show that
German cooperrr. with France ran be com-
i with a sincere relationship with the
les .... The talks will give the
Americans the opportunity of hearing G
observations regarding Pragu and Bucharest
further possibilities mgarding G**r::
Pol. istem Europe. On the other her I
the Germans hope to be informed of the S: .
A-' rica including Glassboro, in
reaard to the Middle East crisis Vietnam and
the policy of both governments on the German
question arid Berlin.
Political observers are of the opinion that
there will scarcely be any important substan-
decisioni made in Washington, also no
decision on whether the Bundeswehr should
economize on manpower or on nuclear weapon
carriers.
The men the meeting between the
President and the Chaneallor is to b seen as
an attempt to establish a persona! r hip.
Attention to the serious problems facing Presi-
dent Johnson leave very little chance of any
fundamental clarification or revolutionary new
thinking in American policy regarding Europe.
By GABRIEL LEVENSON
EFORIE NORD Rumania
The Ice; none in the arch <>f Ru
mama's 1<> 000 Jews i- the eoun
try's chief rabbi Motet R
with whom I had wveral inter
.v s the I.i-i .it his busy office
in the tor) build in
Federation ol Jewish Communi
ii in Dimitre Bako\it/. SI
in Bucharest, t he succeeding
in this reso" I
<>ii thf Black
Villa Mira
ne
set eral similar build ngs ii
taim
Fedei at ion U
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mi
ul.i
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I the paradoxu ', situa
lion in "huh Rumai lai Ji
fir
under which they can in- ix>'ii
I loyal Rumanian
citizens." he said maintaining
\it:i! communication with Uu
Jewish communities of the West
Israel and of the So* i-1 I nion
nonetheless the Rumanian
Jewish communitj faces eventual
extinction as a dynamic religious
force, unless now cadre "f young
Jewish leadership can be devel-
oped
Half of ltumania.s8ini.iKKi Jews
lurvi ve d the Kaii Holocaust,
3oo.ooo of the remaining 4O0. have migrated t" Israel in the
past 20 years "our gift lo the
Jewish St.ite in the Arab 1st
ar the rabbi saj -
He added The iron) ia
we ere able to educate thousa
of \oun^ Jews in our talmud
hs wit
ers during the repressive years
when Rumai the in-
fluence ism Now when
we have complete religious (i
don handful
in mir religious
people
Ii to ti
It ,i I .i
i'i ai i Corps' of your \
can Jews, n I tes of
binical who <
devote .i yeai
work in the Rumanian Jet
nmunity I ., ,,;H i.
no ban ier he said, "ami we
could provide for them complete
I) during their (U) here Our
great need is for a corps of
trained and devoted young men
who could Infuse the coining sen
era t ion of .lews with a powerful
religious and cultural identity
Leadership now is vested en-
tirely in the person of Rabbi
Rosen himself, a stocky, vigorous
man in his mid fifties, with a
command of six language* and a
profound knowledge of Hebraism
Me is a member of a rabbinical
family which traces its anoottrjr
back to Rashi and whose mem
hers have been spiritual leaders
of Jewish communities in Poland.
Russia and Rumania for hundreds
of years.
A great greet grandfather.
Naphtali Hacohen. two centuries
aiio held the position Rabbi Ro-
sen now hold ,-.s chief rabbi of
Rumania R;.bhi Rosen's hither,
svrcma Aryeh Rosen, wai a rabbi
in Bucharest for 50 years, a!
thoutrh born in Poland, and w,,-.
a renowned Talmudk scholar and
the author of manv Talmtidi.
studies during bis lifetime His
father's older brother. Fli Rosen,
was spiritual leader of the Jewish
community in Auschwitz. Poland,
before World War II-and died in
the concentration camp there to-
gether with all his congregation.
Rahhi Rosen mj horn in the
town of Moenesti. in northern
Moldavia, when his f.ither was a
rabbi there The present Rabbi
Rosen occupied his first pulpit.
after his ordination, in the same
Moenesti synagogue and was
i
icated .it '!.< i
where in
,i- doctor of la i -
n ich bei suse he

a m<
Hi
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Buchanst
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four years. R
. the Nazi
diret: .
n aintained bj the Iror, R
the R
ing this pei ,i .i:,
was t^ ice arrest d j tl p
Guard and sent to the wall
execution Through bureauci
says I., mat
escape death although I
sands ol ,i, u, ,.
killed m the pogrom of Januan
l'41 ami he himself
black." in jn illegal, under
ground situation, until the c i
v as libi m raacia. ruli
the uprisii : \ rat 23 \<*Ai
One didn't have to he ,i
i li.-m to survive in Bucha
the R.ihlu said h-cjiiiM- the I:
manian fas, i.;, Ul.r,. ,,;,, ..
|n*~ ai Buchan i
wh .,.
cisl rule -.itti n less de<
ation than the Jews in ol
parts if the country which
din tl) md<
or in Trans;
Ih
In 1-1 |
.
I94fl
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1948
practising lawyei
Bui ii the time, who
up her own Ii gal career in ordi
to lend sMpi>..ii tu her husbai
ever increasing responsibilities
the communit)
The rabbi was nam.il presideni
of the Federation of Jewish t Ol
munities, the organization which
directs the linancial and CUltUTS
activiUes of Jews organised in 75
cities throughout Rumania Me i
also editor of "Revista Cultului
Mosaic," a bi-weekly newspapei
with Rumanian Viddiah and He
brew sections, whose 7,000 copies
are sold out immediately Upon
publication and become almost
black market" items the rabbi
said, so hiKhly are ttvrv prised
and v. e\teiiM\el\ circulated
Rabbi Rosen quoted a remark
of Rabbi Joachim Prin/ of New
ark. N.J., after the letter's visit
to Rumania Several years ,,-,,
Rabbi Prin/ called the Jewish
community, and particularly
newspaper, a 'bridge between
Bast and \\es|
In addition to information 01
Jewish life ill Rumania itself, the
paper reports on Jewish life in
all p.irt.s ut the world Including
the Soviet I'nion In turn Rus
sian Jews, including the chief
rabbi of the Soviet Union. Y>
huda Leib Levin, who write- in
Hebrew, an-frequent contributors
to its pages, ami subscribers to
the "Revista" are as far off i-
Bastern Siberia.
Rabbi Rosen would make no
direct comment on Soviet Jewry
except to reaffirm the role of Ru
manian Jewry as a link to the
West 'For this alone." he said
"we need your support aiid your
understanding."



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REPRESENTING YM-YWHA
S uth
'.' lint '
r at i
. / md Mun llusmai
.' rV A r nt Cora
lirector
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Ira
i.."'.mon Institute Probe
On Moon Orga ,ms
IK! v.iv (JTA1 Scientists
at Hi" Weizmann Institute have de
ireloped .1 technique whereby it
may soon in- possible t<> d termine
whether there are living organ-
isms on the moon it was announc-
ed here by Institute officials this
week.
The technique has been worked
nt in the chemistrj department
of Weizmann by Dr. Emanuel fii-
lav. a scientist who had worked in
England during World War II with
the late Dr Chaim Weizmann. He
ha- been assisted bj two other
members of his department, Dr
Benjamin Pelbush and Mrs Rosita
Charles Sigler.
Under the methods evolved by
his scienl ific team, th idi ntifica
i >ti oi optical isomers in
lined from outer space
would 'x possible, indicating wheth
er there i- life in the regions
where the substance had original
i l>>- Gilav, it was announced
will spend the next academic year
at Houston, IV\ whi re he will
mploj his methods with samples
tbstances obtained from n
space
Truman Center At Mt.
Scopus Hebrew University
JERl SALEM -
Harrj S
Advancement of
built "H the VIount
I'nr mpus
mcr pres
Rothberg, chairma
of the American
Hebrew l'ni\ ersity,
ar, a member <>!
board ol gi1\ ernors
week.
JTA) The
Center lor the
will be
Si opus Hebrew
i- thi' for
Samuel
the board
ds of the
, i I..>i!i> Bos
the uni\ ersit -
meed this
in the June war made it [I e
Ian the Center i n \i o u n t
Scopus.
When the project w as first an
nounced in Independence, Mo., the
former President's birthplace, in
lanuary, 1966, by the Amei an
Kriends. the Mount Scopu.*
;i .m enclave surrounded b> Jor-
danian territorj since the
. ar The oi iginal plans therefoi
called for stablishment ol i he
Center on the new Hebn w I niver
sitj campus in new Jerusalem
\ dical ceremonj h a hi Id
there on Julj 11. 1966 I apl in
ol the Old i its and the West B
Kt'li^ious School
Slates Open House
Yuval Kachioff, educational di-
rector, announces that opi n house
for Congregation B'nai Raphael
Religious School is slated f< r Sun-
daj from ( i<> 12 noon Parents
and students will meet I and
ind ii _' trations
be .n cepti (l -
ing
' n, ii : ouse for kind arti
i ur* i > v iil be Id on Mo lay lor
Iron irnni three to I e yi
hi a i The > hool also fi
, i ted n ii
r year "Id-
Mr- Joan B
lire el
llolv Land Tour
On Autumn Cruise
An optional extension tour to
Israel and the Holy Land will In-
made available to passengers on
the I'.ii'iini.i 49 day Auiiunn Med
iterranean Cruiw which Is >ehed
uled to sail from New York Ml
Sept 29
The tour is five davs m length,
.md commence! with an evening
flight on Sunday. Oet 15. from
\lhens to Tel Aviv, where two
nights accommodation at the King
David Hotel will be provided From
Ocl 18 throuch Oct 19. those
taMng the tour will have the oppor
tumty to see some ol the most
famous landmarks out of the Bible
in Bethlehem, Jerusalem, Naza-
reth and Haifa Included arc the
Garden of Gethscajene, Via Dolo-
rosa, the Church of the Holy Sop
iilehre. Mount Calvary the Sea of
Galilee and Mount Tabor Sightsee-
ing through modern Tel am\ i-
also available and includes visits
tu kibbutz, the cultural center,
modern housing projects shopping
centers and the shore fi ; pro i
nade
i ihe 19th of October pas*
lo Istanbul, where ovei
n. jit accommodation is arranged
at Ihe Istanbul Hilton On the
morning ot the 20th, those on the
tour will take a drive across the
,.i! i.n Horn to visH the magnifl
cent Blue Mosque the Byzantine
Hippodrome, the Mosque of St
Sophia and the famous Topkapi
Palace Museum before rejoining
the Caronia it mid daj
Rate.- per person for the tour are
- 13 mi a -bare accniii
modation basis and $465 on a
single ba-i-
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OCINSfO 1 INSURf 0
On our Fall Mediterranean
cruise, you have to make
a difficult decision:
if you don't
goto
Israel, you
save $443.
The fares for our next Mediter-
ranean cruise start at $ 1000-unless
you want to go to Israel. If you want
to go to Israel, they start at $1443*.
You get charged extra for Israel
because it's an extra.The ship doesn't
go there: you leave the ship in
Athens, fly to Israel for 5 days, then
rejoin the ship in Istanbul.
American Express will be your
guide on the trip. They've put
as much into those five days as you
can handle. Briefly, the schedule
is this:
Sunday, Oct. 15-Night flight from
Athens to Tel-Aviv, transferring on
arrival to Jerusalem. Accommoda-
tions at the King David Hotel.
Monday, Oct. 16-Tour of Mount
of Olives, Garden of Gethsemane,
the Old City, the Church of the Holy
Sepulchre, Mount Calvary, Beth-
lehem.
Tuesday, Oct. 17- Drive from
Jerusalem to the Valley of Jezreel,
Mount Tabor (scene of the Transfig-
uration of Christ), the Sea of Galilee
and on to Tiberias for Joseph s
Workshop and Marys Well. Dinner
and accommodations in Haifa
at Hotel Dan Carmel.
.Sharing accotnmocUtion.
Single eccommodetion lo- lreel reunion $465.
Wednesday, Oct. 18-Visit to
Kibbutz Ma'Agan Mikhael and on
to Caesarea before reaching
Tel-Aviv for lunch. Sightseeing in
Tel-Aviv includes the new Cultural
Center, housing projects and
shopping centers, and the new shore
front promenade. Dinner and
accommodations at Hotel Dan.
Thursday, Oct. 19~Thursday we
leave you to your own resources.
All you have to remember is to get
back to the Hotel by late afternoon
to be taken to the airport for the
flight to Istanbul. Accommodations
that night at the Istanbul Hilton.
Friday, Oct. 20- Morning sight-
seeing in Istanbul includes the Blue
Mosque, the Byzantine Hippodrome,
the Mosque of St. Sofia, and Topkapi
Palace Museum. Rejoin cruise at
midday.
The full cruise alone will keep you
hopping. You'll visit 26 ports and
18 countries. Tangier, Naples,
Dubrovnik, Venice, Villefranche,
Palma, Barcelona, and Gibraltar
are typical.The ship you'll be on
CUNARD
is the luxury Cunard liner Caronia:
she sails from New York September
29,1967.
You really can't make an intelligent
decision about the whole thing until
you talk to your travel agent or
write us for material about both trips.
SAFETY INFORMATION
The Caronia, registered in Great
Britain, substantially meets Inter-
national Safety Standards for new
ships developed in 1948.
See your travel agent or contact
Cunard Line Limited, Dept. AD,
25 Broadway, N. Y, N. Y 10004
(Telephone 212/797/2211).
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Itu limrph Atnop
ALSOP
u tSHJNG NW \ tiM pre
sent growi dingier, linker and
more bloodstained, ii becomes
ore and more tempting to es-
cap*' into the hojwful dawn-time
of human civilisation And as the
archeologiati wield their ipades
with more and mure knowingness
and vigor, escape become* more
too.
New Discovery
< onsider, for example, the
widely publicised now discovery
OB the island of Tin la thai
has just been made b) I G
American team beaded h> Prol
Spyridon Marinatos Somef
hkc &400 yean ago tins fertihi
in island literally blew up
with a volcanic explosion far sur-
passing the explosion of K
toa which darkened the skies and
tened the sunsets "f the
whole globe for a year then
The accompanying earthquaki s
and tidal waves overwfa ln.cn the
last and highest stage of the old
in culture ol < rete. This
enl the near!) total De-
struction of the firs! high culture
<>l the Ui i i in fact re-
. in h \' lanlI in- th
And now on There, under i
of thicklj piled volcanic ash, Prof,
Kinilv \ ermeule an I their i i
workers have found what
to be the cbJel town and i
the place o| tile M.l.oail Dl
Thera
Life Pa 11 em
This pi imises to bi i
Ik nal d for two reasons
thai dU Into thi
si'.nes what has been Found, to
;ll M 1th. : : I il
stui
fir Phai t" or Mallis i i Kat i
/ ,ikro \sbat has been found
nn|
Ilka a Mini. 'in i i Hei
culancum. which will yield to the
les the whole lit'- pat
this ancient cult
whii h W estei n c.. ilisatii i

i
i
tablets from what appears to be
a deep sacrificial pit are covered
with signs thai can only be writ
lug And this is writing at the
wrong time, and in the wrong
place
All prehistorians have always
d that the dawn of civili-
zation occurred m the Middle
East, in the Tigris Euphrates
basin and delta Here, too. all
have agreed, was the first writ-
ini; the pro-tocuneiform on the
tablets from Jemdet Na>r and
I ink. with a date a bit before
: lets, with their not dissimilar
signs, come bom Southeastern
Europe and have a carbon 14
date a bit before -woo B.C.
New Principal For
Religious School
Leonard Rosen, Temple Menorah
president, announces the appoint
men! of Konald Heller to the posi
turn Of principal Of Temple Me
Inorah's Religious School The newl>
I appointed principal will work un
der the supervision of Rabbi Mayei
Abramowitz in directing the Re
Iikious School, which consists of a
Nursery School, Sunday School.
Hebrew School. Confirmation and
High School classes.
Heller received his prim an and
H condary education in South Af-
rica where he arrived as a young
boy from Tel Aviv On settling in
America he continued his studies
at Wayne University, majoring in
psychology. He graduated from Mt
Vernon School of Law in Baltimore,
lid., where he received an L.LB.
legrce.
Nothing, one might suppose,
could be mure disconcerting. Hut
in fact the explorers of the remote
human past nave been even more
disconcerted b) the discovers oi
can only be called a very
primitive city at the Mound of
i atal lltiyuk. In the Konya Plain
rkej i be discoverer was
the English arcbeologist, James
Mellaart, who has just published
nok about it
il Huyuk bristles with fusts.
all of them three millennia and
more I l early by the normal
ming Tlv city began before
gODO B l The people made pot
- although the rich prefer
red their more luxurious wooden
is. as rich people nowdays
prefer porcelain to plastic They
also smelted lead and perhaps
i ipper, although they used obai
dian for weapons anil metal only
rarely and exclusively for
. eiry.
The. had a complex cult, and
then display the world s
in t an hi lecture, with frescoes
(lay sculptures m low and high
and an established vocabu
larj nt ornament. (One item in the
ii.ii' is i ia> sculptured
breasts with teeth in them the
beaks of golden vultures protiu I
h the nipples, for in
''.....I
Hafta
Registration at Temple Menorah
11 m heduled for Sunday, 9 to \2
noon, and class sessions slated to
begin alter labor Daj
During registration, students will
meet Mr Heller as well as theii
i new ten hi and ill also
receive class and textbook assign
men) Al o to be
  • be special passes for free Iran
    portation to and from school on
    the temple school buses
    Mrs Nathan Stern, supervisor
    of the nursery school, will accept
    registration of children for the
    dail) nursery classes sponsored by
    Menorah
    KONALD HUUK
    Heller took special training in
    Hebrew and Biblical studies both
    at Wavne University and in Balti- Congregation His wife Sheila is a
    more and for three years, served native BalUmorean and has taught
    as head teacher of Helh Tikvah in the city's school system
    JNf Banquet For Israel
    Joseph Cohen president of the
    Jewish National Fund of
    Miami, has announced thai a Unit
    ed Jerusalem banquet will be held
    at the FontaineMeau Hotel All
    monies raised at the Dec HI affair
    will be channeled to Israel for im
    provemcnl of the land
    Suspicion Prompts
    Inquiry Request
    Continued from Paqc 1 A
    to pursua every invrsliqation
    with the cooperation of our
    State Department until we hive
    cMermined precisely what took
    place. We owe this to the mem-
    ory of a qreat end qood humani-
    tarian," Mr. Broieto condoled.
    US URGED TO SEEK INQUIRY
    The United Stati governi
    was urged lo demand from the
    i 'zechoskH akian go^ ei nmi n( a full
    inquiry by an impartial bodj into
    all circumstances surrounding Mr
    Jordan's death in Prague The re
    piest was male by 'he American
    Jewish Committee, which ex| i
    ed "Shock" Si the tragic death ol
    the JDC vice (ban man At the
    same time, the Jewish I
    demanded that an investigation
    Into the disappearance and tr
    death ol Mr .Ionian be condu
    bj Czech authorities al the hi
    level
    itluli Education Plans on Agenda
    \ i monthlj pro ram Phi I be b urth year of Fisher
    will in- planned at lb i i la) munlt) Council's activity un-
    ol the Ida I c tl loadei hip of Dworkis, The
    I i i <\ iim il its each month and
    iiincecl h> eh Ulen \l issisl with plans for the regular
    Dm
    . pi adult activities.
    BETH DAVID (ONIiliMiAiiON
    NOW AZCIPTING NEW MEMBERS IN
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    S mod M< I'lClub, Younq Marriadi ATID, USY Advil Educttien
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    All Grades through the eicjhth
    All giade-s through High School
    CLASSES BEGIN TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 5, 1967
    Schools Accredited By The Bureau of Jewish Education
    FOR INFORMATION AND PARTICULARS CALL:
    371-4795-------233 2601
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    e bj fai. for prec
    11-1| decipherment But nh
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    Yet this great discovers at
    Tbera i-- really lei >nal
    it bad indeed bei n :
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    Ccrservat e Cantor So: Pakow.ti.

    BETH DAVID ZU* SW 3rd Ave
    Ccnerv*t .( Rabbi Sol Linoiu
    Cantor w i1 an- W. Lipson
    in > 1 mri H
    ill- i:

    BETh EL MO SW i-th Avenue
    Ortnodo. Rat-0 Solomon Schiff
    ervices
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    THE RABBI SPEAKS FROM HIS PULPIT
    Not By Bread Onk
    Does'Man Live"
    I hi- qu.--
    beth el of HOLLY- happen to a human being du.ing ,, olit-it from .
    .__ hi. I t*\ I 1 ni >i> ikn nkil id- ,. ... > n vn
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    BETH ISRAEL
    Orthodo Rabbi
    7'0 10t" St
    Bere' We.n
    V B
    BETH jACCB 30: vVasrungton Ave.
    V B Orthodo RabBi Shmaryanu T.
    Swire*/ Cantor Mawr.ce Mai<.nea

    BETH KODESH --01 SW 12th Ave
    Modern Traditional Rjat Ma
    Snapiro

    BETH VOSHE CONCEGAT.OS
    : W D e Hv., Conservative
    Rabe. Divd Rosenfeid Cantor Ben
    Z>cn K r* .-lenbauni
    :i
    BETH SOLOMON
    Cent- at r
    "St P'
    tnodo> Rjr,bi Joseph E Rachovskv.

    BETh TORAH uJth -,t and NE
    Ave Conservative Rabb. Max Lc
    ch ti Cantor Jacob R-nze-
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    Mi
    ^.i und Mi

    B'NAl RAPHAEL -40' NW l3rd St
    Conservative Rabbi Charles M Ru
    Bel Cantor Jack Lerner
    FT LALOEROALE TEWPL BETH
    ISRAEL. 547 E. Oakland Park Blvd
    Rabbi Philip Chaiton Cantor Theo-
    dore Mindich.

    HALLANOALE JEWISH CENTER.
    ?6 E HaMandaie tJeaeh Blvd. Max
    J Weiti officiates

    HEBREW ACADEMV r*00 Pnetree
    Or Orthodox Rabbi Alexander S
    Cross.

    HOLLYWOOD TFVPlE i'Nll 120'
    Johnson St Conservative Raob
    David Shapiro. Cantor Ye'u.dah
    Heilbrann

    ISRAELITE CENTER 1178 SW
    St Conservative. Rabbi vm L
    D'ajm Cantor William B Ni.saen

    ACOB C COHEN COVVLNiTV
    --NAGOGUE '5? .-. aton A.e
    O'thodox Rabh' Tibor H Sterr
    Cantor Meyer Enoel

    KNESETH ISRAEL b E.t'J Ave
    O-thodDx Rabbi Oav d Leref elo
    Cantor Ab'aham Seif

    ON A I RES E-lNAC.OG.E
    B rfl Rd Modern Tradit ?na C--
    Louis Cohen

    OHEV SHALOM '1 Normandy Or
    Orthodox. Rabbi Phineas Weber,
    man.

    SEPHAROIC JtW Sn CENTER 645
    Collins Ave. Rev Cantor Sadi Nan
    mias

    SK LAKE SYNAGOGUE -8151 NE
    mm Ave Orthodox Rabbi Jonah E
    Capaan
    p. hi >
    m m.iu I-,.
    Ml.- r N.i i .- 7 ii (. in
    TEMPLE BETH E
    WOOD 1351 6 'th Ave
    Rabbi Samuel Ja'*
    Kl Ida x *-_!' \ '. Kl
    ii
    . r\bkliah I-'
    riefti
    .
    Oavid Ki i|..v Raab Cantor Saul H Breeh. ii -
    * ; in S.| L -

    One of the gnat jovs thai can who are jskin
    Reform hi.- lifetime il the iil>1111% tO repro ,. '
    duce'and bring an>Hl1 "' ",Bi r>'.ev...
    forUi on the Mint large amount
    faee of this plan and stature m the eyes il
    et another hu munity
    TEMPLE BETH RAPHAEL -5*5 I fc.^^"*^ Hiail b I II i.
    * I When this ,\ent Vet in this weeks port
    transpires il i- we read wordi thai in
    most normal for trary to this va h il. (
    the parents and aVwah says "Not bj b
    relatives to ho> men live, I
    er over the bab) '"""' simple terms !
    and not onlj dis Lfe than mqi
    etiu \i ho il looks 'hat th.....
    like but j!sii in nol the i omplate u iwi
    :i- cha re more consideration I
    it is and cerned with l-
    I i pradirl its capable but is he trulj
    f ut ui The ',:"' h*Wi hi what he
    in- feel thai he contributi -
    il him in ,i i onstrui I
    Can he derit e -
    "I and man '
    ai
    II h;
    .' of lus dai
    ,-.
    up
    TEMPLE BETH SHALOM of Holly,
    -wood 172*i Monroe Si Conseivatve
    Rai-bi Morton Maiavsky Cantor
    p Lotman

    TEM"LE BETH SMOLOV. 4144 Chase
    Ave Libe-al. Habbi Leon Kmnun
    Canter David Conv iser
    . tosbi faMsWsky
    TEMPLt btTH TOV 64^ SW Stn
    St Cc-servative Rabbi Simon At-il III si process is to -i\
    temple b'nai soll>m i6soo nw bab) -hall t>e in the days aJ
    22nd Ave Conservative Cantor ... ,, ,
    Abraham Rmm^n. '<'> as the chi
    vcc. ^ ,. there ill In- fouiiiless numb)
    TEMPLE EMANL EL 1701 Washing,
    ton Ave Conservative. Rabbi Irvintf |X>Opl< 10 ask this Child
    Lehirr.ar Cantor 2vi Adler
    S.IIU
    CS,B-AN. H58PE.W CONGREGATION rEMPL ADATH YESMURUN Cor.
    TEMPLE ISRAEL OF GREATER Ml
    AMI 137 NE 1tti St. Re'orm. Rabbi
    Joseph R Narot
    TEMPLE ISRAEL OF .VtlRAMAR
    3500 SW 69th W.iy Conservative
    Rabbi Irwin Cutler.

    TEMPLE JUOEA. S500 Granada Blvd.
    Reform Rabbi Morris Kipper.
    TEMPLE MENORAH. 620 75th 8t.
    Conservative. Rapoi Mayer Auran.
    owitx. Cantor Nico Feldman.
    question of, w hal >l" > ou wai I I
    be when you grow upn The usual
    responsi of ben .* .
    cowbo) soldier, or ballpl; yi i i- '' who i n w
    often met with scorn bei lation
    Jewish Oiilz Box
    OF MIAMI :;ar Washington Ave.
    Orthodox Rabbi Dow Rostncwaig
    FT LAUOEROALE t"NU-EL 1S01
    S Andrews Ave Reform R^bb
    Richard M Lev ton Canto. Jerome
    Klement.
    se'vative 1015 NE lP3rd St Miami
    Gardens Rd. Rabbi Milton Schlinsky.
    Cantor Maurice Neu.
    Why do some people throw salt
    in front of tha bride and groom
    at a wedding?
    Eleazer Hokeat-h of Worms St
    ter HarokeaeJi haGadol, 3531 men
    .^?.. OLiiM Conservativa tions this custom and explains thai |i"'
    UBS SW ieth St.. Miami Rabbi
    TEMPLE
    f\.abbinical _/c/c vision f~^ro<*rams
    At>9- 27 Ch 10, 11 00 A.M. The Jewish Worship Hour.
    Rabbi Alfred Waxnian. Temple/.ion. Miami. Ha.
    Aug. 27 Ch 7. 1000 AM The Still Small Voice
    Kahbi Sol landau of Beth David CootVegation :th
    David Pela. Deputy Editor of Jewish Chronicle I
    London \ Dialogue
    TEMPLE NER TAMID SOth St. ana
    Tatum Waterway. Modern Trad,
    tianal. Rabbi Eugene Laboviti Can-
    b tor Edward Kiam.
    TEMPLE BETH AM 550 N Kendall
    Dr S Miami Reforrr Rabbi Her-
    bert Baumgard Cantor Michael Kyrr
    Ralph OIlMtian Cantor Ben An ll tt ,!one >>ml)nl that th.
    ajlKrila> I I-ii. rU-rraon EKKH Hal bond between bride ami groom he
    ,. everlasting. He bases it un the
    .... _, .__ Biblical passage thai associates
    ^p^r&i? WHN*?',S!i ""' '"- concept o. perm.
    A.e Reform Raobi Ralph Kmgsicy. nence ie. It is an everta-tin:
    :;. '"' ':;' covenant of salt before the lxml
    wx.bi ..I.;.. -. unto thee" Numbers IK !*
    Harold i
    I rel* will last. j u
    Why do some paopla kiss a He-
    brew Book of holy character
    TEMPLE TIFERETH JACOB Ml E '' '' h*$ *#n dropped?
    4th Ave.. Hialeah. Conservative
    Rabbi Maurice Klein
    prayer, scripture and learn I
    'hat it on. had been dropped il
    ni ii"t beoauai of our lack ( con.
    cern or contempt for it; hu. rather
    because of a shear accide; Some
    consider a Hoty Book <\ mbohc ol
    human Ix-in^ himself n> kiss

    the dr >!>[>ed volume as a Isspia) ot
    our affection f.>r holiness rj ai -
    symbol of hope that the Almighty
    will guard us from fallingu I
    we d.i fall, will caiai us nderl\
    from our fall uith Mi-
    i.o\e li is i(> Ik- noticed
    people will kiss a prayer book or <
    Bible just before the) la
    after concluding their p
    ;-sc of || moment \
    his u s\aib.il
    LIVING HEBREW
    presenled by THl TARBUTH FOUNDATION FOR THE ADVANCEMENT OF
    HEBREW CULTURE and the AMERICAN JEWISH PRESS ASSOCIATION
    Ee'ifer: Dr. S hie ma Kedesh
    venations takei fi m everydaj life in Israel with t>
    coll bsi
    This ;- ins; mentioned Book beii laid down
    in the Sefer Chassidim, a medieval caun Ii | discar -.
    text ol the Germ i attrib ntil we will
    uteri Some We tl
    temple ziov booo Millar Rd. Con atl only
    servative. Rabbi Alfred vVaxman to be a-i indication that Wi h
    TEVPL6 ZArvORA 4 Zamora Ave
    Conservative Rabbi Maxv.ni Ser
    er. Cantor Ben DicKson.
    TIFERETH ISRAEL 6500 N. M.am.
    Ave Conservative
    VOLNQ ISRAEL OT GREATER Ml.
    AVI aoo NE 17ist St O-fodOK
    Rabbi Naftali Porosn
    I IINM l i I* hal a surprise'
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    SYNOPSIS OF THE TORAH PORTION EKEV
    Ihe seven fruits "i Israel whcal barlej iTapet
    pome, rai atea olivi dates

    TEMPLE SHOLOM 132 SW Hth Ave .
    Pompano Beach Conservative. Rab-
    bi Morris A. Shop Cantor Lean
    Segal
    ! ii
    s.iiur-l.i.
    ,u. m
    ft ii prepated ii co-
    ' Mi-
    a-m Rdboinicdl A.
    Cm r. ap.
    hen '
    DR MAX | IPSCH1 1/
    :ul Ira.ic-r i Beth T -jh
    Mttmt
    I H,
    Farbstein Proposes U.S.
    Accept Arab Refugees
    tfiHTJfGTON .JTA) A
    proposal was made in Congress
    this w.ek for Ihe United States to
    : admit 25.000 Palestinian Arab ref
    Ugaaa to encouraKe other nations
    to join in the worldwide resettle
    meat of the n-fugees. R,-p. I^onard
    Farbslein. New York Democrat, a
    member of the Hou.se Foreign Af
    fairs Committee, called on Prosi
    dent Johnson to take the first step
    to ease tensions caused by the
    refugee situation. The Congress,
    man said thai such a gesture could
    ignite a chain reaction in which
    even Communist nations might
    join in admitting Arabs "The Arab
    states would then be able to do no
    less for their brethren
    "For ihe i^ini thy (okI brtngeth th.-r unto a good lai
    a land of wheat and barlej .. land ol OlTvi trei and :
    (fill K 7 H
    EKEV Muse- declares "And it -hall come to pa'
    cans,- ye hearken to Ihese ordinances, and ke<
    that the Lord th) God shall th Ihee II
    the mi rcj w huh He swore unto I .\,
    Un e ai bli -- Miii
    raelitt are nol nations i .
    vnl< ii his thi
    'tin sun,, ,i |n \|,,., ,
    leu-iu-e to the incident ol thi i be l
    lo inherit Ihe lai Dwn
    Nut loi th) ii. hteoi hti ess ol th)
    Ihou ico ....... then and bul
    Ihesi the I ord lh.\ God doth drive Ihi m oul fn
    fore thee and lhal He n i iish the word which tl
    won un:.. th) lathert Deul > ."> Ktu
    powerful miracles in EgyjM and Ihe desert Kparttcularl)
    [erence to Dathan and tbiram Ifosei dwells on the kmpoi
    of the Sherna. beginninil And il s|,ui| come lo pass, ii ye
    ol the Promised Land The portion conUnues with IN
    barken diligently unto M> conunandmenU" ami ending "tha- tut
    days may i.e multiplied, and the days oi your eblMren, upon the
    land which the Lord swore unto your lathers to give them, as the
    days of the heavens above the earth" fDeul 11 1321). Ami the
    portion concludes with Ihe promise There shall no man be .Dit-
    to stand against you: the l/jrd your God shall lav the lear M >u
    and the dread ol you upon all the land that ye shall rread Ml,
    as He hath upon you"' (Deut 11 25>
    ^.IH'* r'c^nfiy "W'r f0rtr* of the Law I. am-
    Jracted and b.vd upon "Th. Graphic History the Jo.bsb
    aaW Z, d by P- W"""-Tiimir, $15 Publisher is
    Va2a m v"- 2* ,Um* h William St.. No
    .. h&LE?*" ",h# '"'**du,riboti- *-
    Joseph Schlano.
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    Fridey. August 25, 1967
    * Jew's! n r, h tt,
    Page 9-A
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    Michael Sjmich
    Michael, -on of Mr and Mm
    Samaeh will become Bai
    a\ Beth Moshc Congrega-
    tion oi Saturday, Kug 2t; Michael
    vill i' duel the traditional Ben
    i,. ai i hanl th. Haftorah.
    \n i eg Shabbal ;it I he Friday
    services and ;< Kiddush
    I orniny sponsored by
    JMi an Mrs Samaeh, will br held
    I Social Hall in Mich.
    1
    is a studi the Beth
    Schoo I Bit I .1
    ai or Higl Hi
    French hori
    \ er and pcepl in il
    Hotel will be held
    I
    Workshop Tackles
    Population Study
    REI '.'Mil |M..,,.| A ,,,.
    vork-sti >p on Biodynamics
    reproi uetion research) a field
    ihich ttempts to tackle the prob
    em >>: ;.< population explosion
    ih i ace tin- month m the I).'
    iartmer.1 ol Biodynamics at the
    Ai-i/n. n Institute <>f Science
    The oel and opening lecturer
    i as i -i Moses C Sheleanyak.
    lead < the Biodynamics Depart
    nent. which conducts a multi and
    ntendtscipilnary investigation of
    nological mechanisms involved in
    '< pi i. ion
    'ih. Workshop concentrated on a
    Hi ai period iii the raproduc
    cess nutation which begins
    ith coition and terminates ith
    itln- in p antation ol the embryo in
    ' w"h.
    Morvin Davidion Michael Somoch
    Marvin Davidson
    wi ol Mr at 'i Mrs
    will be called
    '" as .. Bai Mil
    ''' rday i i 6. at
    Ziou
    Marvin is
    West Miami Junt h II
    .inn leresti
    Mr and \l rs l>...
    I emplc Zion for the past 10
    - will host the Kiddush folio i
    ing the services, and a reception
    and dinner at the Balmoral Hotel
    Donald Geier
    Donald, son of Mr and Mi -
    Arnold (icier. 8345 SU 102nd St .
    will observe his Bar Mitzvah on
    Saturdaj Aug 2i< at Temple Zion
    Donald is an eighth grade stu-
    dent at Glades Junior Hich, plays
    drum-, and i- interested in sports
    Mi and Mrs Geier will host a
    reception at home in honor ol the
    celebrant
    Bryan Shaw
    n Saturday mot num. Aug '2i\
    Bryan, -on ol Mr. and Mrs Maxwell
    Shaw, will observe his Bar Mitzvah
    at Temple Zion
    Bryan is an eighth grade student
    at Deerborne School and i- active
    in sports
    Mr and Mrs Shaw will host the
    Kiddush following tin- services, and
    luncheon reception in honor of
    the celebrant at the 'dd Forge
    Restaurant
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    fJcnisti flcrkJian
    Friday. Auaust .
    Panorama:
    By DAVID SCHWARTZ
    Where Did The Israelis Get Their Confidenev
    THERE ARE A LOT >i inten
    ' Ih Dgs on i' (
    ad m oi hat the I
    r .1 Moses
    the Jews out of Egypt in reversal of;
    Pharoahs poaition who didi I the
    and 1 I rtorj
    that the reasoi Nasser resigned at the
    end of the six day war was that the Tel
    As is University offered him a job a- coa.n o.
    team
    An Israeli paper had an interview with Menahem
    Beigin and he recalled the hook about the Bolshevik re-
    VOlutiOO written b> the American. John Reed. "Ten Days
    that Shook the World It caused quite a stir back in
    World War 1 days Beigin says he's thinking of doing a
    book. "Six Days that Shook I'p East and West."
    ii>eu tiacx
    The I i mplished th
    >k up -lie Bolshe' *- quite a bit
    ml) m the Mi Idle East
    the I N to go to the le ol Israel
    oi her satellites maj -oon be tearing away from Mama -
    a| ron strii -
    if tl Israeli papers reports that a group
    the British Parliament has been in Israel and asked
    d Hacoher; where did the Israelis get the confidence
    that they cou'.d survive the war
    "Well." replied Mr Harohen. I can only speak I >i
    If When I lead that the Ru-^ians had given Egvpl
    250 tank*. I was worned Then when I heard that another
    25>) tanks had been sent to Nasser, I really was down in
    the dumps and when, later. I read, that Moscow had sent
    Egypt 300 more, well, all of a sudden. I became very
    cheerful Wheie. I asked myself and I know something
    Capitol Spotlight:
    By MILTON FRIEDMAN
    Moscow Exploited Arab Emotions
    IS THE RECENT
    Washington
    outburst of
    "Black Power" ant Semitism
    linked to the worldwide rise in
    anti-Jewish pressures inspired by
    the Arabs and their Communist
    allie
    The Kremlin appealed to anti-
    Jewish passions after the armed
    force- ol Israel lefeated the Arabs The Arab states
    acted, bj prow for Soviet interests in the Middle
    Bast Moscow sought to continue penetration of the
    Id by singling out Jews a- scapej
    Manifestations ol anti-Semitism emerged in War
    saw. Bel I elsewhere
    Just as Mo>c-ow exploited Arab emotions in the
    Middle East the leftist fringe of the Black Pow
    movement introduced anti-Semitism into the i.i
    It rife of the American scene The Student Nonvio
    lent Coordinating Committee, known a- SNCt
    jected anti Semitic propaganda into the cauldron of
    the "hate whitey fanaticism that SNCC is stirring
    Highlights In Sports
    JESSIE SILVER
    Weekend Pass
    |#EN HOLTZMAN thought he was through with
    pitching for the year Me had been called up for
    six months National Guard training in May But.
    here it was August and the Chicago Cubs were still
    in the firvt division So the first chance Holtzman
    had to get away on pa--, he found himself on the
    mound at Wrigley Field A sophomore southpaw
    from Missouri, Holtzman picked right up where he
    hal left off he rang up his sixth victory of the
    year without a defeat.
    I don't know hovi many other weekends I will
    be able to get passes." said Holtzman, a combat
    medic it Fort Sam Houston. Texas "1 won't know
    until tire Friday night before each weekend if I'll
    be able to get away The reason l was assured of
    being hi i 'end waj because I gave a
    couple of pint- of blood for Vietnam Which auto
    maticall) gets you a pass \\,- jot some m re bl
    left if the* say give some more, but I'm rot doing
    it just to get a pi-- it goes to Vietnam. I know how
    much it ed."
    I was misquoted." writes Cincinnati lied out-
    fielder Art Shamsky, about an item that appeared
    in this column "Although I wish him the
    success, l couldn't (are leas where Mike Epstein
    plays said Shamsk> I don't care if I eve* play In
    New York and I certainl) didn't waste five miii '
    of m> time thinking about it. Incidentally, I don't
    have any relatives or friends in New York
    We hope this puts the record straight. Art.
    Whefl Detroit traded Larry Sherry, a relief pitch
    er. to the Houston Astros, they reunited two former
    high school teammates Sherrj and Barry Latman,
    anoth r relief pitcher, had played together
    fax High school m Loi Angeles In tho days
    Sherry wai an Infield) Let man the star hill
    i ne> should hai e a 1
    Hall ot Famer Hank i }ald a
    sisit to hi.s son. Stave
    'i I collegi
    .ii b
    .....
    who looks just lil ; t i as >,)h .
    ')
    taiI The oldi
    I H 'i k. now he'j
    we What shall I do ii U
    up. The action followed the participator of SNCC
    leader Stokely Carmichael in the recent Mas ana
    meeting of the leftist extremis'.- seeking to foment
    chaos and promote Communism in the Western
    Hemisphere.
    SNiv followed the Communist technique of
    turning Race against race, reli n tinsl relii
    p Ralph Featherstone, SN< i
    jrai i director, said that the -our
    material a- Arab embassies in Washington.
    The SNCC admission caused a demand b> the
    Jewish War Veterans and others for the registra
    tion of SNCC under Federal laws governi .
    of foreign nations Hep Bub Wilson, Ci
    Republic asked the Department of Justice "to
    examine all available evidence to determine if
    >V i can be required to register a- an agenc) of
    the Arabs. Communist Cuba I hina, Russia or
    whoest : i e they may i .-present."
    Kip Wilson said "The FBI should be instructed
    to maintain the closest surveillance on this group
    which advocates prejudice, violence, and subversion
    SNCC would sabotage everything Americans of all
    races and creeds have tried to do to perfect our
    society and improve the lot of all our citizens."
    The Congressman suggested that some SNCC
    leaders should be committed for mental examination
    He said that, when a person claimed to be no
    lent" but urged followers to "burn America dour
    the individual should be hospitalized for his wn
    safety and that of the community The same con-
    cept applies to other SNCC leaders who claim t
    fighting prejudice but are actually reviving Nai
    st>le anti-Semitism The most terribli
    tion of racism of modern time, he said
    Another congressman, Hep Joel Bros hill. Vir
    gima Republican, has demanded that the State De
    partment investigate the activities ol Arab
    bassies in spreading anti-Jewish propaganda through
    "black power" channels. Mr Bros hill asserted I I
    any Arab diplomat responsible should be dec:
    persona ron grata for violating protocol and in
    trudtng into domestic American Affairs
    Rep Edna Kelly. New York Democrat, told I n
    Ih she wai so troubled bj the SNCC cha
    that -he a-ked the State Department for verifica-
    tion ol certain allegations. The Department inform
    ed her 'hat there was no truth in the SNCC all
    lions thai Israel had mas-.murdered Arab civil
    Off the Record:
    Nasser get I
    , Ci I ssa- sure then thai
    Nil .'... ill* a Stall
    -iteration, it mas !*
    .s who Rashi v a- lit the days oi
    ,- e: 5 Jew h h ha u new iboul R i-t..
    would taki up youi Bible and. down below in fine p
    s\.is Rashi He s*j- the great Bible commentator s-
    . one quoti I Hi lived centuries ago, but Jews -
    on quoting him
    Rashi did not regard himself as a military. .
    and no one ever claimed h m as such, but he made
    interesting comments about how the Israelites fouf
    the old das., sshen they went out of Egypt For Insta
    the spies of Joshua masqueraded themselves a- ped
    ol pots Pretty clever, don't s>iu think \
    the war wh:n "here was no spying to be done, the;
    a busii ess I ick upon
    But that i just b) the way There Is another -
    men! of Rashi much more to the point of the pn
    situation. Rashi says the Israeli spies, studying the pi
    the) were to fight, concluded sshen tins saw ,.i.
    fortified peop.e that the people not be feared I
    hi be assured that such a people were cowardly
    It seems to rue m some ways, it reinforces v
    Hacohen'a point >l view about the great numbe
    Hussia'i t.r '-.s ssh'ch the Egyptians had With this imnv
    -uppls of Russian arms. Nasser felt the ssar would be .,
    walk over and tl it '.s.,- hi- disastei
    The world needs to stud) Rashi
    Today's Thought: By DR. SAMUEL SILVER
    "Our Crowd91
    WOULD YOU like to meet Jacob
    Si : I o thos to l > OUI
    la th Schifl ine >f the
    major fore American banking,
    - pi Ig the Kuhn, I
    Co. J i Loeb he ssas one
    - American Jewish
    >pj lbs daughter mar-
    ried Warburg family
    Schifl and banker Joseph Seligman, the War
    1 iggenheims. Lehmans and Lewisohns (not to
    tioi p state named Schoenberg who changed
    hi- name to August Belmont and still retained
    friendship of the Kuropean Rothschilds] and mans
    r colorful tycoons are praaented in graphic
    fashioi i book called "Our Crowd: The Grea
    Jewish Families ol New York." Written by Step
    Birmingham ami published by Harper and Row the
    book reveals the astonishing Imprint on America-
    life I the financial giants n also relays nnfoi
    tab!" h il impressions of the.se men. espeei
    S iigman
    ildren of successful men are sp
    beyond salva So I u as with > i the Wai
    - an IS and Guggenheims and others
    ..
    is tl rand la ighter oi Jacob Schlff, Dorotl
    ithot h married several tunes, she retains he
    maiden name and is known as Dorothy-don |
    up-the-Schiff who published tba fine paper, th*
    New York Post Another is Edward M M War!
    longtime leader oi the UJ \ Another tine Warbur
    is .'ames who, despite his wealth has consistently
    .. voi e ,,f liberalism in this nation, writing an-
    - -Is on behali of the need for tl-..
    L'.S. to alter its Vietnam and in don
    POlil a- ,.i i- | [| H'lie to Atner.v | .,-
    on I p >ace
    By NATHAN ZIPRIN
    Jewish Attitudes Toward Negroes
    SHORTLY AFTER the story broke of
    ** SNIV s (bray into the dung of anti
    Semitism. ar.ti Zionism and anti-Israel
    lam, I discussed tba disturbing develop
    ment with Jack Siegel. whose book.
    "Squeezee published two yean
    dealt with black white relationship!
    l( ish ..t:itu I- toward Negi i
    Since hi '.'l was close to mine
    - quite unique. 1 am selling on the
    Ing lus foriniilati them
    rapid!)
    Enough has already been said on both the
    obabl) nothing In (he
    antive arguments will n
    rungs It I i lit Who kn iws mtl S ',:
    like!) is 'i
    ther or not tl i
    have blown their mind with something Mies tl
    like mai I i v did not have to be tme
    the nitty gritty iwn tl
    Somebody on tecutive thought this i
    that it WOUM tUI
    asler rumble Probably the)
    ured that's where it's at, and that to attack the
    would bring them support from some of their white
    irts racists > 'he extreme tight, and perhaps di
    reaction from them towards another minority We d
    know in what pad or crib this tactic was so ill COM
    or whether it was done for like Arab bread In any .
    it doesn't matte*' What doe- i- that it w. We
    could -as it was the result ol Acapuleo gold which m i
    them freak out like thU or that. c
    would be tai h But that would be usele -
    is, we Jaws are faced with
    m
    in-. The Negroes are hi
    'lite fa. 'hat we did not
    mu
    ' i N i to the :
    i
    .
    t
    er ssa- nioefce al
    Meil poi
    I .
    ll the V


    1967
    *Jkni*L il-i # ita/Aur.
    Page 11 A

    Between Hammer and Sickle
    The Truth About
    Jews in the USSR
    By BEN AMI
    first installment of serialized "Between Hammer and Sickle"
    by Ben Ami. Presented by The Jewish Floridian by special
    Srrcngement with The Jewish Publication Society of America.
    iibiishers oi the book.
    | I am a citizen of Israel. But I
    in a sense i Soviet Jew ta
    .. For I Ireta my first breath
    I ia where I was born on
    winter night in the early nine
    . twenties There 1 learned to
    Ik and to litter my first word.
    ., in R,. -Man.
    ather wa i native of a
    '. i v': < He
    d for a Inn* 'line in VI
    \; the
    First W >rld War, he
    together with
    - i ou] of i and ar-
    i d .
    lition There
    :w. nut'- fter
    \ >. re and '
    with
    vent into hiding
    ranted bv
    -
    I At my
    home
    i th,
    i.
    I
    fns h attempt
    o::i ft. Soviet '
    n* mher of the
    I outh
    | hi lex idi d to save him-
    at .ill costs,
    u to life in I ;ii
    lm <[>--ill the
    , ||.
    A i -hi-i e hi' nade his
    \ to stta My mother
    . '..one throtmh -i

    ': 'h her
    I I
    -
    Fathei is wail
    | l
    I M
    Ui wen pent in th i
    i einfl built
    '
    {rrw up i sab '" Fifteei
    the
    11 > of \> ai i that
    > at ion was to liv<
    th trolled in the
    H then lent t> p
    'v>s> t'tlementS aiMinst Arab
    tac
    At
    > inning of the war
    anw Germany, I enrolled in
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    the Jewish Brigade of the Brit-
    ish Army and served in Egypt.
    the western desert, and in Italy
    At the ead of the war. we estab-
    lished contact with the Jews who
    had survived the extermination
    camps
    During the past few yean I
    havi ha I the ODoortunitv to
    .. number of lengthy visits
    to thi Soviet 1 on I have s en
    rid it life froi
    I an li Mv
    .!. i -t .' ienci h that
    vio-t in my
    . .
    them .i- long as I
    (hi Jews
    ! the Sov et L'ni
    -
    that is availabli
    red. I regard
    arii the f
    -.1. i uv< ihi i
    .
    on*
    I
    'Why Have You Forqotten Us.'
    S
    out 1 '.
    I
    IVho I to di
    "i and
    ' lei n do you
    ate 'i: situation
    that you n et only old Jews in the
    0 nd that it was from
    1 on gathered what as
    h m? li that is the case then
    your criterion I j t
    VYhi r< indi > d, are the rest ol
    MM o
    the vour own
    .1 th-'
    li .
    .
    i
    -
    . ij
    t ion
    all told
    time
    ess ihev are
    one \> ho
    brii fly.
    I must adm I thai it is, and will
    ;ble to make a
    systematic and scientific social
    survey <>f the state of the Jews
    in the Soviet Union, just as it is
    impassible to conduct such a sur-
    vey on the various other social
    problems of that country The
    scientific area of studv now-
    known in the West as Sovieto-
    logy rests on the analysis of data
    published on specific topics in
    the Soviet Union, and is supple-
    mented bv impressions gained
    durinn tours visits, and con-
    vernations. a< well a* bv various
    guesses, opinions, analogies, and
    conclusions These observations
    are not Intended as a derogat h
    oi So* ietolog) in any *a>
    Rather, the) are meant to give
    some idea ot the difficulties and
    obstacles encountered in dealing
    h ith Sot iet Russia.
    II this i- the case w 'th n
    to subjects about which the So-
    viet I hes a -ireat deu.'
    such a eeo
    nomic i situation in
    how
    much mi I t"ue ;n the
    a here th > Sovia
    not even acknowiediie that a
    problem exists, or i that
    the problem has been complete!)
    re olved and that they have little
    or nothing to publish on the sub-
    ject Hence, to gauge the precise
    value of cumulative personal
    impressions gathered through
    direct contact with Soviet reality,
    is a far more difficult matter in
    the Jewish sphere than it is in
    any other.
    My survey is of a collective
    and cumulative nature. I was not
    the only one to travel the length
    and breadth of the Soviet Union,
    from Birobidzhan to Brest, from
    Leningrad to Sochi. Nor was I
    the only one to meet old and
    young Jews, men and women,
    scientists and ordinary folk,
    wherever they happened to live
    in the fifteen Soviet republic*;.
    Before me. during my stay, and
    aiterwards. Jews from the "out
    side" had met many of the Jews
    "inside." In past years thousands
    of Jews from the West visited
    synagogues and relatives,
    beaches and resorts, festivals
    and con res This it true of
    tourists from America business-
    England, visitors .
    deli. ates from I srai
    m many countries, sports
    oups, i ; or ..
    who came from Western '
    eel i brother or cousin n:
    ades
    All i .mi, hi bat -
    nd exp
    . lews th

    '
    I

    i

    .'
    : I
    ficult I .
    thin
    the beach balls of the chil-
    dren all ol tanufac
    '. i r< i
    itural and lively interest on the
    part of the p tin beach
    i be; i: recognu
    rri us tmn tel as Israelis :
    whal with th< i is) sabra He
    w of the childn i ai .1 the El
    Al wife was hi
    We -'" --'it hundn and tl Jew
    Ih
    Soviet di
    e a special si
    -r that h Ips him i" tell, b
    look i es
    whetl is a Jea I
    I it ; bench
    to ii- hurriedl) and a
    sk casual!)
    . time ;s it'.'
    . i foi gottei
    i- Sti wait ins and a
    II) m- if wo meant to sa)
    "It is ten atter five," we an
    .1 just what he expected to
    hear W i not forgotten
    you," That was the end of it
    The Jew went back to his bench
    ami we continued launterim
    along the walk.
    When I relate this little inci
    dent I one else w ho has
    also t isited the Soviet Union, he
    smili and sa) 'Thia happened
    lo me at the Kiev railwa) Jta
    lion." or at the Tashkent air
    port Another tourist describes
    how he was asked the same
    question by a Jew at the exhibi-
    tion held at Gorki Park, and
    still another in the lobby of the
    Bolshoi Theatre And this makes
    me think that the restless Jew at
    the Black Sea resort and others
    like him are, in a sense, wandering
    Jews who. while rushing from
    one town to another, between
    train and plane between festival
    and theatre manage to spot Jews
    "from there" and ask them the
    same question: 'Why have you
    forgotten us?"
    This Jew is one of the mosaic
    stones in my cumulative model
    or image Hut there is another
    kind of Soviet Jew When he
    Israeli he pr. SSes
    his nose closer to I he is
    re.kiii.'. r veils h.s face more
    ' i papii he Is
    scannii n at some in
    he sees
    ' Israi nty I
    d
    He is
    tl i \:i 1
    - who
    tourist d dst ..
    the i
    ah
    '
    Si
    ...
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    f> i*m.i*;t flrr-i-ti^n
    Friday. August 25. 1?;?
    Negro Extremists Condemned
    Continued from Pag* 1 A
    voiced by Stanley Wise, executive
    secretary of SNCC
    The Rev. Dr. Martin Luther
    King, Jr., outlined in Atlanta to
    comment on tto SNCC anti-
    Jtwish attacks, laying he had not
    road the SNCC newsletter. Ho
    stated, however, that ho wa
    strongly opposed to anti-Semititm
    and "anything that does not sig-
    nify my concern for humanity
    for tho Jewish people."
    Other prominent Negro civil
    rights leaders, as well as labor
    leaders. join*d Jewish organiza
    tional leaders who condemned
    SNCC Whitney Young. Jr. execu
    ti\e director of the National Ur
    is of white America. It is tragic
    that Snick' has now adopted the
    oldest and most pernicious form of
    prejudice, namely anti-Semitism.
    Anti-Semitism has the historic
    quality of destroying whoever and
    whatever it touches, whether it be
    N'jzi Germany or Czanst Russia
    Mr MailOW declare!: "Th-
    shocking anJ vicious anti-Semitism
    expressed in the "Snick" newsletter
    must be condemned as a kind ot
    poison that can only cloud the
    itmospheiv in which white and
    hlack. Christian and Jew must'
    work together in the co.nmon ef-
    fort t'> make the promise of equ al-
    ,i> come true for every citizen. By
    its racial attitude, as rellected in
    the statements published in its offi-
    iill newsletter. "Snick" has dis-
    oan I-eague. compared the SNCC quai,*^ |tael| from any claim to
    newsletter's views on the Israeli-
    \rab issue to tltose of the Ameri-
    can Nazi Party, and declared
    Negro citizens are well aware of
    h< contributions for equal rights
    by Jewish citizens Negroes have
    been the victims of racism for too
    long to indulge in fcTOOp Stereo-
    t>pes and racial hatred them
    elves
    A joint statement issued by A
    Phiiip Randolph, president of the
    itntherhood of Sleep'"'; Car Port-
    rs, and Bayard Ruatin executive
    lirector ol the A Phi -iph
    Institute said the> were ippalled
    and distressed by the
    irtide" in the SNCt ews I
    ri.. j dei tared that the SNCC
    'reflects a con I
    fri m the i ns an l asoirat
    f the mass ol Km i ""'.' > -
    The famo is Negro r Harry
    Belafonte, said h.....- i '
    . SN
    h .- rreq' ei mo-ted
    r ,, | :, -.-
    fund rai ill
    half
    The idore B kel
    veil-known partirtcaj |
    rights nu>\ eui'-nt l l
    had fiotr s'
    h es igaii -' Isi
    in I Jews were "obs -. Noting
    h it he had ion; d SN
    ind thai i am an \.......
    : int ,, Jew "' he sai I a n
    all) delermin I I
    bonds ol my ethnic Bnd
    i. kgroun ; He ri si
    leadership ..f SNCC had
    d to violate nn
    He recark d 'hat two :< v
    martyrs who were murd< by
    its in Mississippi in I MM
    Mil hael Schwerner ai
    roodman were Jew
    The Jewish Labor Committee
    said in a statement, that SNCC
    has now "irretrievably joined
    the anti-Semitic American Naii
    Party and the Ku Klux Klan as
    an apostle of racism in the Unit-
    ed States."
    In Washington, Kep Edna Kelly,
    Mew York Democrat, told the H
    'it. t there was nn e\ idem e
    .,. the SNCt charges thai Israel
    m laaai red Arab eli lat \s a
    member ol the House Foreign AI
    Committee, she said she a t:
    II turbed by the SN< > chai
    ind had determined that the S
    lepartmenl round no indication ol
    imth in them
    Amoni: others deploring the
    SNI I ail lude o issue
    pa nting out mat Snick" now ml-
    the line laid dowi b) \
    in acisl M |ai
    National Renaissance Partj and
    he Ku Klux Klan an I callini
    attack a divisive disa rvice to the
    civil rights movement in this
    country were Morris B Abram
    pp sident of the American Jewish
    Committee Dor* Scharv national
    chairman of the Anli Defamation
    I .-ue of R'nai B'rith. Will Ma-low
    x cutive director of the American
    Jewish Congress; Mrs Rose Hal
    prill, chairman of the American
    Section of the Jewish Agency and
    Rabbi Israel Miller chairman of
    the American Zionist Cotnwil
    Mr Abram. m a statement said:
    Anti Semitism is anti-Semitism,
    whether it COOTM from the Ku Klux
    Klan or from extremist Negro
    {rosrps 'Snick' Included We must
    remember, however thai 'Snick' Is
    no more representative (i' v
    can Negroes w the civil rl
    in ivement thin the Ku (Qua Klan
    !< taken senously in the struggle
    for hitman decency There is no
    room for racists in the tight against
    : seism."
    Mr. Schary slated: The ADL re-
    gards this development to be a
    tragedy in the race relations situa-
    tion in the United States Snick'
    is no longer a responsible civil
    rights tiroup. It ties iUi'lf to the
    Chinese St vie! and now Arab prop
    aganda machines in the United
    State- "
    Mrs. Halprin said: "The vi-
    cious and totally false attack on
    American Jewry, Zionism and Is-
    rael in the SNCC newsletter is
    ;adly more damaging to the civil
    rights MMM than it is to those be-
    smirched in the attack. For
    'Snick' to accuse Israel of com-
    mitting atrocities against the
    Arabs is so far from the historic
    truth that it undercuts the verac-
    ity and integrity of the accusing
    gioup."
    Rabbi Miller mid: "The attack
    by-SMCC upon Israel and the Zion-
    ist movement demonstrates nothing
    but crude and unadulterated anti
    Semitism, despite their denial.
    Their propaganda statements, pat
    tented alter those of the Commu
    nist and Arab extremists, reveal a
    lismal ignorance ol the factors that
    to the re-establishment of Is-
    r. el a well as the facts in the
    VlidM- Kast situation todav "
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    V ; locratic Clubs of
    : is Dade Rep. Get il I
    Lawis. Th1 convent! >n, to
    in it H lei
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    "eJewish Floridian
    Miami. Florida. Friday August 25, 1967
    Section B
    Slate Financial Aid To
    Schools (Iain Favor
    HABBI HORKIS KIPPIR
    JOSIPH KKtftTl
    Twenty ^ ears For
    *
    Cables9 Fein pie Judea
    ALBANY, N Y JTA) Stren-
    uous efforts this week to persuade
    New York State S Constitutional
    Convention to retain a 73>earold
    law that prohibits state financial
    i id to non-public school-- were
    -oundly defeated alter five hours
    if debate. The vote against reten-
    tion of the old law- which could
    result in the provision of state
    aid to religious schools was 130-
    48. with many Democrats and some
    Republiciaiu and representatives
    of the Conservative Party joining
    the majority.
    .leu ish
    those
    w :u I' d
    hook-
    nizations, pai I i larlj
    of ('I thodox pel snasi >n,
    the old law i\n d o:! the
    Temple Judea initiates the cclc
    hration of its 20th anniversar)
    this weekend with special Friday
    ev mng services and a member
    ship breakfast on Sunday mornin.'
    Concluding the first fear In n-
    nc facilities at 5500 Granada
    Blvd. the congregation will hear
    a tMk by Rabbi Morns A Kipper
    on the theme "Heart t<> Heart"
    dunny the 8 p.m. services on
    Fnd;i>
    The Temple Judea choir will par
    ticipate in the services and an
    Oneg Shabbat will follow the ob
    servanee in the new social hall
    Joseph Krefetz is temple president
    On Sunday at 10 a m Don Shoe
    maker, editor of The Miami Herald
    Will ci\e a report on his recent trip
    to Israel at a membership break
    fist. Fred K Shoohet. editor and
    publisher of The Jewish Floridian.
    will introduce Shoemaker
    other organizations of the Reform
    movement. Temple Judea has ex
    panded rapidly in the past several
    years to meet the needs of the
    growing Jewish communities ot
    South Miami. Coial Cables and the
    Southwest area. Wilensky said.
    Registration for the Sunday and
    religious schools has begun, with
    Merzl Honor beginning Ins sec md
    vcjr as education director. All
    teachers at Temple Judea have
    been accredited by the Bureau of
    Jewish Education, Krefeti pointed
    out.
    Kabbi Kipper returned this week
    from Cleveland, Ga.. where he con-
    ducted intensive instruction to con-
    firmation classes at the I'nion of
    American Hebrew Congregations'
    Camp Coleman.
    Jewish organizations in New
    York State have been divided
    on the issue.
    The American Jewish Commit-
    tee and the American Jewish Con
    gross supported retention of the
    old law. on the grounds that do'ng
    otherwise would violate the pnnci
    pies of separation of church and
    state On the other hand, some
    Joining the force- for i hanging
    of the old law weer Catholic groups
    and some Demoerat'C leaden such
    as New York's former ?.Iayor
    Robert F Wanner The opposition
    against w'p'nsj otil th old law was
    led b) th Rev Donald s Harring-
    ton, state chairman o the Liberal
    Party and minister ol the nitarian
    L'niversalisl ( ommunist hurch of
    New Vork While the move initial
    ed by Mr Harrington was def<
    ed decisively, the issue, however,
    was not yet closed The leaderslrp
    of the Repuhlician minority in the
    convention is planning to put
    through a resolution under which
    the issue would be put before the
    state's entire electorate in a re-
    ferendum
    Continued on Page 2 B
    i
    NEW DIRECTOR I pi
    B'nai
    B'ril '' il Service is
    [Mi
    o'is. v. ended B! VS
    .... .....
    ......
    I sAi t< .
    -i'v VSl '.
    who
    Still Time to Join
    joined the Herald in 19.18 as editor |arfMJ Si 11(1 \ Toill*
    of the editorial page and who took >ra< I s1HHI> I Oil I
    1
    over as editor in 1962
    Founded in 1947 by 27 families
    as the Coral Cables Jewish Can-
    ter. Temple Judea held its first
    Stnrices in the $800,000 plant de
    signed by architect Morris l.api
    dus last Aug. 26.
    Now launched on a membership
    campaign headed by Herbert Wi-
    lensky. the drive has already en-
    rolled 25 new families, one fourth
    il it- goal of 100
    Affiliated with the UAHC and
    JPS President Talk
    On Jewish Book
    "Man} Jewish bom author- of
    toda] do not write Jewish hooks.
    In fact, one author ma\ wr i,- both
    Jewish and non -Jewish boo1
    declared Jewish Publication Society
    President Solomon Graysel before
    the ISO teenage participants in the
    International I eadershio Ti ain'r \
    Conference of the B'nai B'rttn
    Youth Organisation, held this
    month
    1 raj Eel defines a Jewish boi SI
    three ate ibutes trying to
    leach. i-> iresMiiii di-satisfaction
    with the status quo and a sense 1
    optimistic aspiration, ami involv
    ing a sense of the moral and ethical
    rather than the unclean asp. its of
    li.e
    "Books like Exodus, wh ch
    glorify war rather than rejecting
    n .is a means to solving problems.
    may relate to Jewish themes hut
    they are not, in my opinion, Jew
    ish books Current writers who
    are turning out Jewish books in
    elude 1 B Singer. Bernard Mala
    mud, and Chaim Potok."
    Grayiel continued. "Culture is
    seen as the (tightest and best
    expression of a society, rather
    than in the anthropological sens*
    as the sum total of the products
    of society."
    In this connection. Jewish artists,
    musicians, and writers have always
    been created out of a dual base
    Jewish attitudes and the attitudes
    of the host country'.
    Reservations are almost filled
    for the ISCCnd annual Israel study
    tour sponsored by the Greater
    Miami Jewish Federation and
    scheduled for S?pt 12 to Oct. 3
    Arthur S Rosichan, Federation ex
    ecutive director, will lead the tour.
    The trip includes a first stop in
    London for a few days, then off to
    Israel for 12 days and 11 nights.
    *$>
    4pl1e5fll*>&
    ARTHUR ROSKHAN
    leads CJA Tour
    and return trip home via a few
    days of sightseeing in Athens and
    Home
    The Israel itinerary includes a
    visit to Jerusalem, first to the Old
    City, the ultra-orthodox section of
    Mea Shearim to the Mandelbaum
    Gate and the Christian quarter.
    then to the Old Jewish quarter
    with the WaOing Wall and the
    Temple area
    Tour members will also visit
    Bi thlehem, Beersheha. Haifa. Acre.
    Safed, Capernaum (where they
    will spend the night as guests of a
    kibbutz*. Tiberias. Nazareth, and
    Tel Aviv
    The tour includes visit- lo see
    , eral government agencies, and
    talks with governmental officials
    Persons interested in participat-
    i ing in the Israel Study Tour should
    contact Roslchan at Federation
    offices,
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    *J(nit fkif Minr
    Friday, August 25,
    Df. DONALD D. M/CHEISON
    Beach Elks Seek
    100 \<>:r Mom hers
    The i-'lJcj Lodge
    sbership
    enroll 500
    a ni emenl by
    W K _., exalti I ruler of
    i
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    i
    I
    Dr. IVfichetson
    Joins W-DJC Staff
    Appointments to the faculty of
    Miami-Dad* lunior Collage South
    .mis. announced by President
    Peter Masiko, Jr.. include l>r Don-
    ald Michclson. director of the Di-
    vision of Humanities, and Dr.
    Patrick J. Distaaio, director of the
    Division of Technical. Vocational
    and Semi -Professional Studies
    For the past IP years. Dr Mich-
    elson has been on the history and
    humanities faculty of the Univer-
    sity of Miami and director of the
    U M s Hillel Foundation
    A member of the American His
    torical Association, the National
    'ouncil for Social Studies
    v- n Academy of Polil
    Social s the Foreign
    icy Association. Or Michelson has
    served .-. r w rch chmrman of the
    Dade County Council of Community
    is 'i chairmar of
    the United Jewish Appeal He was
    a '', at 1
    House Conferenjn on Youth in
    ig60
    In his post .. Urector
    Division of
    - Fred Sh iw now 1
    Vcadi...... i
    Dr Distasi
    L'niversil of Soul
    ed '. 165 Ford
    it for W .-.* :"
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    Soviets Expel
    American Tourists
    WASHINGTON fJTA) -- The
    Soviet Union this week expelled
    two American tourist*; of Jewish
    faith, one a rabbi, because they
    had publicly criticized Arab and
    Soviet anti-Israel policies, it was
    learned here from official sources
    Rabbi Solomon Freilich, 48 Villa
    St Mt Vernon, NY, was deport-
    ed August 13.
    Tin- name of the other tourist
    of Jewish faith is not yet available
    here
    Rabbi Greilich planned to visit
    Bucharest and Budapest after his
    visit to the Ukraine He was re
    stricted to Kiev after beta
    ed with i Soviet hospital It)
    and criticizing Soviet leadership.
    The rabbi had arrived in thi S t
    l nion or \ tgi st 8
    Both Rabbi I the
    xpelled >
    o teli ne I S E
    placed" aooarv out-
    boun :
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    vhi. r the week was
    N-; plbk Withi it Prayer?'
    - rving a- the I f *h<
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    Brandeis Professor Delves
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    I'niversity biochemist says racial:
    I colors in humans evolved from ;h !
    skin's method of deternuniny the
    amount of vitamin D manufactured
    in the skin by sunlight
    Dr. W. Farnsvvorth Loomis. pro
    fessor of biochemistry, put forth
    this theory in a recent issue of
    Science Macazine.
    As explauied by Pr I.nomis. too
    ' little vitamin P. needed to turn
    calcium in food in'" bone, can
    cause rickets in infants an 1 soft
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    cause po-s;r iccurdulaUons
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    layer, which also acts as a sun-
    screen in the manner of melanin.
    As the American Indian migrated
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    A joint statement urging trie
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    current ban on state aid to pri-
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    issued by representatives of the
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    A i New
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    QUESTIONS iboul makeup are
    constant! liscuswd when
    women get together. Roz (Mrs.
    Ra) I Benin -'ated that several
    of her friends have the same
    problem that the does in putting
    on false eyelashes.
    Assuming that the eyelashes
    have been trimmed to fit the
    shape and contour of your natural
    eyelash, you then apply a narrow
    haul of adhesive to the inner
    edge of the fa is.- lashes Most cos
    metlc companies include a tube
    of ll eir adhesive, but many mod-
    els find that the liquid surgical
    adhesive seems to hold best The
    tub* has. a pi le type of open
    in- ..hull mak > il easj to apply.
    I,' *. dij : : [en minutes, tuin
    the lashes de down on your
    storage case being careful to keep
    the :.ght at I ash separate.
    \fter the had time
    i i enter of the
    fain ,c-t centei ol your
    eye i boul above your
    :. eye! is "ress lightl) with
    ger ::at it will hold,
    the: use a u ten pencil to
    thi si ol in place and
    i long o that ,t will
    e to j
    Yi i may (ii Ill need
    I j oui i place the
    lash ci rrectl; but il you hold it
    witl your fin I he chances ai e
    ii thi e will stick to
    >uui lingei '.'.i 'ii hoi,hug
    the falsa la>: pla e Foi some
    reasi n the ;:, cal adhesive does
    uDOden pencil
    no; ill if to metal, and
    the >dels -tantly wear
    falsi lash< i found 'hat they
    < (Upend m to remain
    ii. | :.-. : when they
    n.; a pencil.
    It o tak or three
    mini tes I i adhere
    next deal with
    ..-.' .,i.-i- appeal
    ,i w i .. i" their
    i when I ire on the run-
    ihol the i iver
    msp tion
    :i ct al the out
    . nei heir i yes
    Goldstein
    tv ih wii
    . to use more
    : | occasions
    ie of several
    maki you draw
    ,i j elash a iili
    ii using either
    a lit] d In, -ike mascara
    d with water Normall)
    I i would end in a slight
    Upwai slant t) create the look
    oi a tyelash whan the eyes are
    opem d but In the "wing" appli-
    cant i he line i- extended out
    straight for about an eighth of
    an inch past the end of the eye
    The next line is applied with
    either a soft pencil or a fine line
    brush and cake eyeliner. Char
    coal is the color usually used, as
    black looks too hard when you
    are up close, and brown doesn't
    always create a definite enough
    line This line is applied just un-
    der the socket of the eye; you
    can feel the edge of this bone
    with your finger, and it should
    follow the natural crease that
    folds In your upper lid when the
    eyes are Open Follow the natural
    curve of the crease to the outer
    edge of the eye. then extend this
    line straight out, again for about
    an eighth of an inch.
    With a fine line brush, apply
    the colored cake eyeshadow in be-
    tween the two lines, stopping al
    the corner of the eye Thi n take
    a clean brush, again a fine line
    one, and in the out >id ed e
    where the two lines extend, fill
    in with white cake eyeshadow
    Where thi' white and color meet
    there should be > light blending
    of color so that there isn't too
    sharp a line ol demarkation
    The white is used again in the
    top section ol the upper lid, be-
    ginning just under the arch to
    the outer edge of the eye. The
    whiti should be feathered so that
    .t blends to the natural color of
    the eye, avoiding .i definite line
    where it begins and ends There
    are several slight modifications
    of the un effect which may
    be followed b) studing a color
    photoguph of a model who used
    tins technique These photographs
    maj be seen in the better fashion
    magazines
    Irene Bin Mai tj Samuel
    how to apply i.ii eye makeup so
    as to de emphasize her naturall)
    deep sel eyes White cause- light
    to reflect, and there are several
    techniques used to appl) this prin-
    ciple to co n t c- i >ne of the
    easiest methods is to complete
    your makeup and after your pow-
    der ha- been applied, simpl) use
    a little ol the whi e ca eye
    shadow in.der the i
    i ream baM ire i
    shadows and il I ikes special s ill
    in bit ml ihe different type?
    of cosmetics, much as an artist
    do not mix and neither d
    and cream cosmetics Bj applying
    powdei you i dry base
    even if you have begun
    makeup with a liquid base, and
    the cake shadow is ea-ie to Use
    . with a brush, your finger, or
    a cotton swab.
    Another technique to bring out
    deep set eyes is tO use no liner
    8-Week Citizenship Course
    The Miami Senior High Adult
    Education Center, 2450 s\v 1st st .
    will start a new clan in "Citizen-
    hip for the Foreign Bon on
    WedneSd iv. Bept B I mr
    ie will meet e\
    i nd lay i
    Beth Am Faeultv
    On A Retreat
    Rabbi it Herbert M Baumgard,
    spiritual leader of Temple Beth Am
    in Kendall, -ujd principal Erwin
    Marshall will take 20 t .chers on
    i week-end of study to the Golden
    Gate Inn. near Naples, Aug 15 27
    The teachers are on a two-day-a-
    weck schedule from September
    through May, teaching almost 1100
    children in the Beth Am religious
    school.
    Rabbi Baumgard will lead dis-
    cussions on themes such a>. "Is
    Praying Only For Squares''" "Re-
    ligion And A Child's Need.'' while
    Marshall, a public school principal,
    will conduct s"ssions on "The Tech
    niques of Teaching." "How To
    Maintain A Child's Interest." The
    group will conduct Sabbath serv-
    ices on the week-end and will par-
    ticipate in song fests
    The Beth Am contingent is com-
    posed of teachers who work dur-
    ing the week as public school in
    structors it has a corps of pne
    clalists in music, arts and crafts.
    md dancing Dr. Erwin L"-ser is
    chairman of the Beth V" school
    hoard which Mioervises i He-
    brew School and a nursery-kinder-
    \irten
    Hadassah Chapter Launches Season
    The Israel Emergency Fund will On 1 j at 12:45 p.m. new-
    benefit from tl and spon on will I
    sponsored by Soul ,
    of the yroup al a m
    ___________ h in the coffee shop.
    ! Time for Iced Tetley Tea .
    Remember how good
    bread used to taste?
    BaVa^a^HMMl
    August Bros.
    still does!
    AUGUST BROS. BAKERY
    10777 N.W. 36th AVENUE, MIAMI, FLORIDA
    under the eye, and little or no
    mascara on the bottom lash, if
    you want 'o use some i cara it
    should be in the outer corner and
    i further than the center
    of the eve i neenl rate on the
    upper lid. bring the color eve
    lov ,> snd out at the edge
    of the eye and use a lit'le white
    in the upper right secti n to cre-
    ate the ef ed of I he e; i being
    opened eve-, wider This method
    of apply ing the i al easj
    to learn with (he most difficult
    part being to draw a fine eye
    liner in charcoal with a paint
    brush instead of a thick pencil
    Tough morning at the market?
    When you need a pick up. nothing brightens your life like Tetley Tea!
    The secret is Tetleys tiny tea leaf flavor-plus bags that brew so
    fast you get real potbrewed taam. Favored in Jewish homes
    since 1875.
    Real old
    Haimischeta'am!
    Tetley tastes better
    because it never
    tastes bitter.
    K on the package means kosher-certified kosher and parve.
    Lchayixi!
    Sanka Coffee tastes as good as
    or hotter than your usual coffee
    \ndit*s97 caffein free
    Sb, it's I001 real co
    Only the c ilfein has been remi
    . iffein adds no il i\oi loany cur
    l i nstant an
    Vnothei fine produci i icnei i I
    l 1 Kill II I) KOSill R-|'\R\|


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    * Jewish tlfridfi.nr
    Friday, August 2!
    NEWLY ELECTED PRESIDENT [ Hadai rnchi
    : Simon. I Mrs.
    inch to be held Sept. 14
    Mayor install '
    ' H ter officei
    Laurie Michelh bornJulj 28 t<>
    I>i an i Mrs W. 1 i.iin B Coopei
    of So Miami ><>in> brothers
    Robei t How and Stephen D;i
    \ ill Tri i's gran parents are
    Mr an I Mrs Al First. 825 \r
    h l'-i and th- Mam ice '
    i oi Jack son > ille Fla .
    il.i ipj da) ahead for Mr and
    an (Ella Mandel oi
    1290 SW !7Ui St Daughtei
    i e her husband Jerome (\>hon
    two Miriam and David
    heaving Chicago to make
    their home i ermanently in the
    'land of sunshine" Cohen
    who has iH-vn serving SI chair
    n in ot the Social Science De
    partmenl at thr Central YMC'A
    < ommunit) I 'ollege in Chicago,
    I BC4 pt' d a position as cur
    riculum development and assist
    ant professor of Social Science
    at Miami-Dade Junior College on
    South CaiBpUa All ready tn
    come the tamilj .< charming
    home- in Miller Heights .
    (ireetings from Seymour anrl
    MaKina Weiss who find Surinam
    a "fabulous country which tops
    everything in Europe, Central
    and Smith Ann nca" .
    Sheryl Gold oi 10185 Collins
    Avc a Universit) of Florida pr
    graduate, now in Brussels, with
    Paris, London, Home and Zurich
    still to go reports that mod
    fashion's going strong every-'
    place she baa been .

    Bernard Sutta "( 'oral Gables
    a patient at South Miami Ilov
    pit.11 after ha\inu suffered a mild
    heart attack lli>|x's soon to
    return to his duties as bailiff for
    Judge Eld ward Klein. Criminal
    COUTl of Record Wife Rosa
    lind. her parents. Mr and Mrs
    William Friedman, pioneer Mi
    ainians. and brother in law Judge
    Milton Friedman. a> well as the
    patient's many, many friends, are
    root ins for his early return home
    TEMPLE MENORAH RELIGIOUS SCHOOL
    Will Civf Your I hilil I he Kcsl In Jewish Munition
    Registration for the 1967-68 Season Open Sunday,
    August 27th from 10 to 12 Noon
    PRt SCHOOL DEPT. HEBREW SCHOOL DIPT.
    SUNDAY SCHOOL DIPT.
    (Kindergarten Through Post-Confirmation)
    For Further Information Call UN 6-2156
    620 75th STREET, MIAMI BEACH
    Early Childhood
    Supervisor Named
    Mi- Theodore (Ted Weinstock
    has been named supervisor of the
    I3 Childhood Development Puo
    gram of the YMYWIIA r>i erasier
    m an i it was announced this week
    bj I'.ml Paske, president of the
    ater Miami "Y".
    Mis Weinstock has been I teach
    ind supervisor in the nurser)
    school and kindergarten depart
    in nt of the YMHA for u years
    Shi received her B A m education
    from Hunter College in New York
    On and taught in the Hunter Col
    ie.( Laboratory Nursery and Km
    dergarten
    Mr- Weinstock continued her
    graduate work in Earl) childhood
    Education at Florida State Oliver
    sit\ in Tallahassee she has certifi-
    cation from the state of Florida in
    Early Childhood Education and
    Day 'are.
    A charter member and presently
    vice president and program chair
    man of the South Florida ASM
    nation on Children Under Si\
    (FACl'Si. Mrs. Weinstock is rec-
    ognised ;i- I specialist in this field
    The Miami BCD program is of
    fered at two locations. ftt SW 8th
    St.. and in the North Dad* area at
    16061 N'K 4th Ave Classes for 3.
    4 and 5 year-olds commence at
    both places on Sept 5.
    Efraim Gale, executive director
    August Meetings For Mizrachi
    Aviva Chapter. Mitrachi Wont Hstikvah Chapter meeting h
    en, baa scheduled a 2 p.m meeting dated for Thursdaj noon, Au
    on Wednesday (> be held at the a Kneseth Israel Congregatioi
    home oi lira Simon April, presi 1415 Euclid \ve Mrs Pearl Kolk<
    dent, al 6281 SW tn Si is group president
    auts. no mmrocK
    |of the YMYWIIA of Greater Mi
    , ami. commented: "The ECD pro-
    gram at the 'Y'" strive to develop
    and enhance positive Jewish atti-
    tudes and identification providing
    the child with dynamic Jewish ex
    perlences."
    Talent Hunt For
    sy Variety Slums
    YMYWIIA of Greater Miami is
    m'i king talent for a series of Yari
    ety Shows planned for the coming
    -i ason
    Singers, dancers, drama students
    and musicians are invited to re
    port to the Golden Key Room of
    the Y'" at 8500 SW 8th St.. on
    Tuesday at 8:15 pen
    Temple Sinai
    THE REFORM TEMPLE
    OF NORTH DADE
    18801 N E 22nd Avenue
    North Miami Beach
    RALPH P. KINGSlEY, Rabbi
    announce*
    RELIGIOUS SCHOOL
    REGISTRATION
    Sunday. August 27
    For Temple Affiliation jnd
    Information Call 940.3429
    ATTENTION!
    Jewish Home for the Aged
    THRIFT SHOP
    NEEDS YOUR DONATION
    NOW!
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    CLOTHING -"JEWtltV," ,'c
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    GREATER MIAMI
    PHILHARMONIC MHIETY
    ALAIN LOMBARD, Music Director
    M.llllXK NTABil'M COXCEBTS
    SATURDAY, AUGUST 26-8:00 P.M.
    FREDERICK FENNELL
    Guest Conductor
    JUAN MERCADAL,
    Guitar Soloist
    T.ckets SI 00 150. 2 00 at Burdme's stores. Jordan \4arsh
    (Mian-i), Allegro Music House, Marme Stadium (377-5036*. and
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    Douglas Entrance Bldg Undv hf Arch
    Coral Gables, Florida 33134
    IVI. 446-6411
    THE ONLY REAL SAFARI
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    Jut iff tat Flariaa Taraalka, filti I ar I
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    NO MATTER WHAT THE WEATHER
    You actually drive your own
    car over African Veldt Terri-
    toryOver 100 lions roam
    free come right up to your
    car windows!
    Bring your camera1 You'll sea
    Zebra, Giraffes. Wildebeest,
    Elephants. Big Gus, the
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    eJevrish Floridian
    Friday August 25 1967
    --B
    Mrs. Schwartz ("hairs Drive
    NAMED LOCAL CHAIRMEN for onvention
    I | Mlai Mrs. S Saki is, left
    . Miami Boa h I Mr! Lies of Coral Gab;
    Ihi)l(issdli Names Two Loral II omen
    To Choir Convention Here In Sept.
    will serve u chairmen f"r the only Medical School in Israel Over
    Hadaasah National Convention t.. 15,M, American women are mom
    be held .; the Fontainebleau Hotel
    from Sept IT to 20
    bers "I the urbanization
    Mrs Sidney (Esther) Schwartz
    of Miami Beach has accepted the
    campaign chairmanship of the
    Women's Division for the 1968
    Combined Jewish Appeal.
    Mrs. Schwartz' appointment was
    announced this week by Norton S
    Pallet, overall chairman of the
    19*>8 Combined Jewish Appeal
    campaign. Pa Hot is president of
    Norton Tire Company.
    "Mrs Schwartz is one of our
    community's outstanding organize
    tional leaders," said I'ailot "She
    has the innate ability to instill en-
    thusiasm in others, a quality which
    will serve CJA's Women's Division
    well in the forthcoming campaign
    I feel it both a privilege and ..
    pleasure to have the opportunity
    of working with her in her 1068
    irive
    Mis. Schwartz has been an active
    participant in the Federation of
    Jewish Women, has served as a
    vice president for the past two
    years, is member ol the organiza-
    tion's advisor] committee, and was
    chairman of their nominating com
    mittee. She Is also a member of \
    CJA's Women's Division Campaign
    Cabinet.
    A graduate of the University of
    Illinois, Mrs Schwartz is past pres
    idem ol B'nai B'rith North Shore,
    Illinois Chapter, she is past na
    tional vice president of Brandeis
    Universitj National Women's Com-
    mittee, and is currently serving
    as ih..* organization's Southeast
    Regional president.
    An area chairman for the United
    Fund of Dade County, she also is
    a member of the board ol the
    MM. HDNfY M. SCHWARTZ
    onal Council ol Jew isl Won
    ii(:;'( r Miami Setion. and i-
    il member of Ti m| Bel
    Shol im Sistei hood Shi is also
    member of Phi Si a S [ma m
    tional sorority
    The Combined Jewish Appeal
    suppoi ts more than i >
    !>. national!). and 0' ersea*
    The annual 'Irive i> ci uducted b
    Ihe Greatet Miami Jew ish Fedt
    i the central pli lining and co-
    ordinating oi ganizution for loci
    lc ish healtn i'iui elfare ae< nrie>

    Mrs hum \l Liss. a native
    ChicagOan, has been active in
    Greater Miami for the past two
    decade- Mrs LJSS was president
    of the Mt Scopus group, founder
    president of the Miami < hapter
    and president of the Hadassah
    Florida Region. She is also a mem
    her of the executive committee of
    the Zionist Council of South Florida,
    and a captain in the Mother's
    March on Polio,
    Mrs Samuel Sakrais. former
    president of the Stephen S Wise
    group, wai also president of the
    Create: Miami Cliapt. I of lladas
    gab, and president of the Hadassah
    Two (irenter Miami clubwomen
    Florida Region In 19S6 she was
    one of 1- women chosen to tour
    Israel for Bonds For Israel; and
    in l'.>4 and 65 served as Toui
    Leadei foi Hadassah and visited
    l-i a. I and Europe
    The largest Zionist orgai 'atioi
    mi the world toda> Hadassah
    spends millions g n its un
    dertakingi In Israel, Hadas
    conducts a compn hensis. e h<
    and social welfare program, which
    include- a hospital network o
    diagnostic, curative and pr<
    live medical
    stations, rehabilitation ol
    privileged children and j i
    vocational education and land n
    demption programs
    ii idassah'a health program cul-
    minated m the establishment, 18
    years ago, of the Hebrew Univer
    sit) Hadassah Medical School, the
    BB Women98 Group
    Holds Dinner
    North Had.- Chapter ol B'nai
    B'rith Women i- sponsoring a paid
    up membei -lup dinner on l ue.*
    at the l airv a. Ri staurant, 2475
    NF 163rd St No Miami 1m a. Ii. at
    7 'Ml p m Men.'per in good -land
    m- tot the 1967 68 ear will be
    guests ol the chapter
    Guesl speaker, Mrs Vrthui Hoi
    wit/, vice president B nai B rith
    Women District 5, will suw pin the
    new members
    There will be a fashion -how.
    presented b) Ihe Clothes Tree Mrs
    Edwin Janofsk) is in charge of the
    evening
    Hospital Depts.
    Need Volunteers
    A call for women volunteers at
    Cedars of Lebanon Hospital was
    issued this week by volunteer
    chairman. Mrs. Norman Klson.
    After a short indoctrination pe
    riod, women volunteers will be
    assigned to the physical therapy
    department, surgery, dietary de
    partment. accounting. X-Ray lab
    and the !,obby Shop
    MIAMI-DADE JUNIOR COLLEGE
    Adult, Non-Credil Courses
    Registration Begins Aug. 28
    (Masses Begin Thursday, September 7
    Non-credit courses are offered for adults (regardless of their previous education)
    who are not concerned with earning academic credit, but who wish to ennch
    their cultural lives or to improve their personal efficiency.
    NORTH CAMPUS
    685-4521
    11380 N.W. 27 Ave.
    Fee for most classes is $10 for the Fall Term 1967.
    SOUTH CAMPUS
    274-1161
    1 101 1 S.W. 104 Street
    MIAMI BEACH CENTER
    532-4584
    1420 Drexel Ave.
    MOST CLASSES WILL BE OFFERED FROM 7-9:45 P.M. MONDAY THRU THURSDAY
    NORTH CAMPUS COURSES

    i $18
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    '. -
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    Kihop $15
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    C P A t ..i ninetic I R> v e*. $20
    -,li IncOTic
    Will and fcstat.' Plenn > i
    Investment Securities Fundementels
    .. \< nenl Secunt'es StotVs and Bonds
    .
    DiClel
    -
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    V. rtOKI p' ABC S
    i & AJv
    Real Estate Appraisals
    Real Estate. F.nance
    Real Estate Propeity Management
    Real Es'.ae Sl, >
    Real Estate, Appraisals ol Income Pioperty
    ve Wfitnuj
    English lor fore gn Bom. I, 2. 3 and 4
    English for Foreign Born, Intensive Study
    English Review
    Parliamentary Procedure
    Publk Speaking
    Vocabulary Building
    literature
    Reading Improvement
    Advanced Reeding Ski"*
    Conversational French, Beg. t Adv.
    Conversational German. Beg. t Adv.
    Conversational Italian, Beg. fc Adv.
    Conversational Russian, I
    Scientific Ru>< n
    Conversational Spanish. I, 2. 3. and 4
    Cake Decoration $18 (8 Week.)
    Basic Catering $13
    Goi "net Cookntj Beci & Aik $13
    US Wi
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    tailoring
    Bl.kl.ng Construction SIS
    Offset | $20
    Procurement Manegon
    Supervise'
    Solv ng
    P,,c.nology ot t i
    Psychology. Goup Counseling
    Pi-isonal Imp
    Beg & Adv $18
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    Encjlish. Oral and Written Commumcai on
    History and Social Science
    Conversational French, 1
    Conversational Hebrew Level 1 and 2
    Conversational Russian, 1
    Psychology o' Everyday Living
    Seminars, Workshops
    and Conferences
    Special Industry Training and Management
    Program* for Individual and Organisational
    Need* will be offered upon request
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    C mversetionel Frexh Beg & Adv
    Brtj & Adv
    Conve'Sd'iOnal Russian, I
    Conversational Spanish Level 1 2 and 3
    Introduction to Philosophy fthn.s
    Psychology of Everyday Living
    Psychology G'Oop Counsel
    Pool Estate, App |
    Real Estate. Sales
    Golf, I $18 (8 Weeks)
    Personal Improvement for Women S'2
    The Soviet Economy
    For further information and bulletin or comp'eto
    listings. Phone North Campus 485-4521 Monday
    thru Thursday from 8am to 8 p m 8 to 4 30
    on Friday.
    South Campus 274-1161 Monday thru Thursday
    2 p m to 10 pm
    Miami Beach Center 532-4584 Monday thru
    Thursday from 11 am to 7 pm, 9 a.m. to
    5pm en Friday.


    PogeB-B
    "JmUt HcrkMan
    Friday. August 21 1967
    U
    mks. Ml IVfN GROSSMAN
    Neu-Adelman
    Ifariette Lee A lelman. daughter
    of Mr and Mrs Charl-s Adolman,
    9240 S\V *-4'h St., beca DC Hie bride
    of Leslie v New, son ol Cantor and
    : Mn Maurice Neu, 16902 NE 23rd
    v i- > Sunday, Aus 20 The wed-
    to >k pi lee it HcHi Da< Hi
    h Rabbi Sol an lau,
    .:;> Lip* the
    m's i ither officiating at the
    en mony.
    a full lencth
    the < style The
    -1 long sl( i were of
    Venise I the mo lifted A-
    line skirt and attached 'rain were
    of white ere!-- \ b iffant veil of
    -:1k illusion wa attached
    to a matching headpii i
    Mis Esta Coverman was maid
    of hor an was attired In a long
    peau were the bridesmaids, Mrs Michael
    m Mn raid Fine, and Miss
    V'edalyn N cu. sister of the groom.
    Howard Neu. the groom's brother.
    was best man, and serving as nsh-
    rs were Ted and Marty Adolman.
    brothers of the bride, and Elliot
    Tobias
    Grossman-Englander
    Among guests at the wedding was
    pioneer Miamian, Nathan Adel-
    he bride's grandfather.
    The bride graduated from Miami
    Miss Nicki Englander. daughter s,.n,,,r Hll,n -,,.) attended the L'ni-
    of Vice Mayor an 1 Mrs Malvin vc,.sjtv f Florida She graduated
    lander of 4620 Pine Tree Dr.. from ,he Florida College of Modi
    became the bride of Melvin Bruce c.(, T(.chnoi0.:v Mr Neu graduated
    isman, the son of Mr. and Mrs. frrim No|.lh "Miami senior High,
    Sj m Grossman of Miami Beach and s(,rve^ four years with the
    and Wallingfiord. Conn., on Sunday, NavtJ weather Service in Europe.
    20. at Temple Menorah. ,I(, js prwntly attending Miami-
    Mayer Ab-amowitz and Hade .lunior College.
    Following a honeymoon to the
    outer islands the couple plan to
    make their home In Miami
    Rabbi
    Cantor Nico Feldman officiated at
    the 2 pm ceremony. A reception
    followed at the Deauville Hotel.
    The groom's brother. Paul Cross-
    man, served as best man. Donna
    Englander. sister of the bride, was m,.n, of the office of Economic
    maid of honor Matron of honor was opportunity in Miami.
    Mrs Marilyn Grand
    Mrs Grossman is a graduate of
    Bridesmaids were Mrs Carol yjami Beach Senior High, and at-
    Jacobs. Phyllis Holtzer. Caren Sav ,en(le(j American University in
    age, Joan Feldman. Rita Gudelsky. Washington. DC. and Miami-Dade
    and Arlyne Tendrich. Patti Eng- junior College. She served as sec
    lander served as an honor brides- r,.,ary 0{ her freshman class at
    maid, and Tobie Englander was Ai- an(j as a student senator at
    lunior bridesmaid Maria England Miami Dade.
    t r, Barbara and Susan Factor were
    flower girls. Michael Burnett was She was elected State College
    ring bearer Com mitt ee woman of the Young
    Democrats of Florida, and in 1966
    Ushers were Dr. Leo Grossman, served u the Miami Beach chair-
    Howard Tendrich. Eugene Beck. man 0f tne Mother's March of
    Moie Tendrich. Dr Max Tendrich. r),mcs she is a graduate of Jones
    Tom Sullivan. Al Jacobs and Dave College, and is now a court re-
    Cooper porter
    The bride wore an original gown out of town guests included Rep.
    ,i white linen, with a court train, ancj Mrs, Claude Pepper: Nicki's
    entirely appliqued with imported great aunt and uncle, the Nathan
    Venise lace and hand embroidered Tendrichs. Atlanta. Ga.; the Homer
    with seed pearls. She carried stepfl- GudeUkys, Silver Springs. Md.: the
    ..notis. orchids, and yellow roses. Uarrv stones. New York: Mr. and
    Mr Grossman is a senior at the
    Universit) of Miami School of Law.
    raduate of l.yman Hall High
    School in Wallingford. he received
    hi> B A at the University of Con-
    Mrs Paul Dorfman. Chicago: Dem-
    ocratic Party Chairman and Mrs
    Pat Thomas: Mr and Mrs. Martin
    Factor, Wallingford, Conn.: and
    from Tallahassee, Sen. and Mrs
    Robert Shevin. the Gerald Lewises,
    necticu He is a member of I hi Yarboroughs and the
    Alpha Delta, legal fraternity, the
    George Gershwin Lodge. Knights
    of Pvthias. and Dade County Young
    (Jcorge Firestones.
    After a honeymoon trip through
    Democrats He is now employed Mexico, the couple wjU live in
    with the Legal Services Depart Miami Beach.
    rOU can fce SUKt of the BST ol
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    NOW SHIPPING HOKIDA'S fINlST f*UI7
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    Mercantile Notional Sank EuilJinf)
    1616 Washington Ave., Miami Beach CALL JE 2 3231
    MKS.USUINIU
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    MkS. IKVING CKUNBIKG
    Greenberg-Lipman
    In a late evening ceremony on
    Saturday. Aug. 19. Susan Michele,
    daughter of Mr. and Mrs Sidney
    I.ipman of New York City, be-
    came the bride of Irving Philip
    Kraviti-Sokuv'rti
    An evening ceremony on Sunday.
    Aug. 2i. united the former Heather
    Sokuvit/ I Stephen Mvron Kra-
    vitz in Temp'" Sinai, Hollj......'I
    Rabbi David Shapiro officiated.
    Polli pcepl il the
    tenij lywi i left for a
    horn n Nassau 11 l
    .. th > will live 11 8217 SW
    72nd \v<
    F ir Ihe Ihi
    . ength m ol
    trimmed \\ .Mi seed pearls an
    crystals,
    r lendants were Helci
    Sup'' r il witl
    Nancy Frel K
    R i, i r, -i rving a- iii Ides
    maids
    The bri I had Allen Supler
    as brst man. and ushers included
    Frank He tzman, Arnold Seid, Joel
    Magazine and Man Parker
    Daughter of Mr and Mrs. David
    Sokuvit/. 870 NE 181st St new
    Mrs kiavit/ is a graduate of North
    Miami High, attended Stephens
    ( ollege and is now a student at the
    Universit) oi Miami.
    Her I n is the son of
    Mr and Mi Aaron Krai itt, 16
    Island Ave A graduate of Miami
    High, he attended the Universit)
    of Florida and earned a degree
    from the Universit) of Miami He
    is now with the Eagle Army and
    Nav) Stores,

    illenbogen- Katz
    Now on a honeymoon in Mexico
    City, the former Rita Belle Katz
    and Richard Ellenbogen exchanged
    vows on Saturday evening. Aug 19
    at the Sea Isle Hotel, where a re-
    ception and formal dinner followed
    the ceremony.
    Rabbi David Rosenfeld officiated
    at the wedding which was carried
    out in shades of blue and yellow
    The bride is the daughter of Dr
    and Mrs Hyman Katz. 85 NE 132nd
    St and granddaughter of Mr and
    Mrs Kubin Levin, Parents of the
    brid groom are Mr and Mrs Mor-
    ton k Ellenbogen, 7512 W. Treat
    ure Drive
    For the nuptials, the bride >
    lee ted a traditional floor-length
    gown of brocade. It was fashioned
    in the A line with sleeves to wrist
    p tint and rolled neckline. The floor
    length French illusion was held by
    a headpiece of matching brocade
    and she carried a cascade of white
    roses
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    MKS. SJIPHIN KKAVITZ
    A In "
    MKS. KICHAKD UUNBOG.'N
    t."- her second year at the Uuiver
    -it\ of Miami S<>,,,; of '''(nine.
    Serving as matron of honor was
    Greenberg. The groom is the son Dr. Nina Ellenbogen, with Ellen
    of Mr. and Mrs. Max Greenberg, Kami as flower girl. Bridesmaids
    716 Michigan Ave. Included Carolyn Levin. Mrs Rich
    The nuptials conducted by Rabbi ard M(1,.on and B|U, por1in
    David I.ehrfield at Kneseth Israel
    Congregation, were followed by a New Mrs. Ellenbogen has a B.A.
    tion at the Algiers Hotel. On degree in biologv from Boston
    their return from a wedding trip to lmv,,rsllv and ls complctinR a re.
    Jamaica, the couple will live in ... ....
    North Miami. search thesis in microbiology to-
    Mat ron of honor to the bride was1^dji2^S_^5^ ^^11 *n- ,n M"""
    Frances Altman. Other attendants
    were Susan Auslander and Iris
    Greenberg.
    Stephen Hoffman served as best
    man to the bridegroom; Ronald
    Altman and Allen Tucker ushered.
    Now working towards an MA
    degree at the University of Miami.
    where lie earned his B.A.. Mr.
    Greenberg is teaching science at
    [da M Fisher Junior High. His
    bride hi degree in education
    M. and will begin to teach
    In September.
    Attending "' hr.docroor-, were
    Robert Hauser, h st man. John
    Me' er, Dr Jerome Raim md lan
    Kat/. the bride's brother A former
    student at the University >f Flor-
    ida, the groom is now entering his
    senior year at Um University ol
    Miami School of Medicine He is a
    member of Phi Delta Epailoa fra-
    ternitv
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    \
    UJedctingf Jjclls rKincj J-or Jlxcsc Jfjridt.
    Halem-Levy
    The Fontainebleau Hotel was the
    letting for the wedding and recep-
    iinttfttg th" formerTeena Levy
    Merrltt Dean Halem Rabbi
    ' ted at the
    late Saturd ij evening cerei
    h Id on Aug. 19.
    : ui the newlyv. .
    and ? s.-Ralph Lcvi :
    \K 22nd
    Bro ix, N.Y
    i h >ne) mo the < d
    coui A'ill live ..',
    I.. New Yo
    I 'i ling, the bridi
    | i >ii
    cl antiil) race II was
    a' .
    mmed with scatti
    and a
    I lace < : I
    "ri|>lc layer of Freneh illusion
    Barbara Levy served aa her sis
    tei maid of honor, and brides
    aid< in< luded Mrs I oni Lerner,
    -. San Iler and Gail Hom it/.
    -t man to the bridegnx m was
    . \ Smith Among grooms
    were C'.irl .1. Forrest. Dr.
    ird Eaaterday and Dr, Michael
    .'. Ttie bride's brothers, Errol
    ..id Micha<*l Levy were ring bear-
    for the ilouhle rinu ceremony.
    Now a senior at New York Unl-
    it) College of Dentistry. Mr
    in is ;i graduate of Stuyvesant
    High, and has a B.S. degree in bio-
    chemistry from Queena >i iv i member of Alpha Omega
    rVntal fraternity, and of the Com
    mittee for Dental Research at the
    College of Dentistry
    A graduate of Miami Norland
    High, new Mrs Halem attended
    Calm Beach .lunior College She is
    reduate of Miami Dade Junior
    College. '",(l la riow attending New
    York I'nivcrsity here she is ma-
    Ing in biology education.
    *
    Kuffner Dor/
    On Sunday. Aug. 20. at the
    Diplomat Country Club, Marilyn
    Sie Dorf became the bridf of
    Martin William Kuffner. Rahbi
    Mai A. Lipschitz performed the
    couble ring ceremony.
    The bride, daughter of Mr and
    Mrs Isaac Dorf. 760 NK 178th SI .
    North Miami Beach, is a Graduate
    ol Miami Norland Mich She at-
    tended Miami Dade Junior (.'ol!. ge
    and the University of Florida. She
    will enter the University of Miami
    :n the fall.
    The groom, son of Mr and Mrs.
    Harold Kuffner. 2421 SW 83rd Cl
    is a graduate of Southwest High
    I nd attended Miami Dade Junior
    College.
    Barbara Mayeraon was maid of
    honor, with Audrey Kuffner. Ber-
    ice Sbeviti and Alien* Kirschen-
    as hrulesmaids.
    Gerald Kuffner. brother of the
    groom, was best man. and tubers
    ncluded Sanford Dorf. Charles
    Kirschenbaum and Jacques Ben-
    ven ite
    type
    WE
    fALS REMT
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    Feinslein-Blei
    .ne military base at Kenitra,
    Morocco, where the bridegroom is
    'ervlng \>ith the US Navy, will he
    the future home of Mr and Mrs
    ; d Lew is Feinstein \ ho i v
    ' ows on Sunday, Aug 20,
    al r. h Israel in Thi
    i pen mony was con-
    Rabbi I Hir E<
    ' irlej Irene Blei i
    Ihe of Mi Harrj Blei,
    77 i.i Byron Ave and II lat< Mrs
    the nuptials she ore a
    ; ai I VI neon
    Blei served as her
    >1 honor.
    A ite of Miami Be ;i
    or I Mrs F< insti in is
    a libu assistant Her bridegroom
    ate ol Miami Senior High
    : oi Brandeis AZA
    Son ol Mrs Harry VV Feinstein,
    17 Mini 1.1 Ave and the late Mi
    l-Yin-i, in, the bride) room ha I hi
    her Jerry Feinstein as best
    man 1 ei Schv artz and Steve Dwo-
    skin usher (l
    Following a reception in the
    Beth Israc 1 social hall, the newly-
    weds took a trip through New
    York for their honevmoon
    i

    CS
    flowing. The matching open pill
    box was attached to a candlelight
    bouffant veil. She was attended b)
    Mr> Samuel Meyer. Kathi Wckel
    son. Ri .i Stark, Beth Silk and
    Janet S Ik. and maid of honor was
    arr
    Mrs Mickelson hold n
    KB e in psychology from
    niversity, and an M h in
    1 fi im Syracuse I ni< 11
    .i B s degi
    : ..us from Bostoi
    ind is emplo; ed at
    a SYR sion Center in Syra
    \{\ ii ymoon in San .1 i
    Curacao, and \ruba, the couph
    vill livi in Kirkville, N.Y.
    A&i

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    Miss Jaquelyn Harriet Lisa, the
    daughter of Mr and -l:s Morns
    Joseph 1 iss of Jackson Heights,
    N Y was married on Sunday.
    Aug 20. to Michael Bruce Rcsniek.
    son of Mr. and Mrs. Aaron Resmck
    of Miami Beach.
    Rabbi Arnold Turetsky per-
    formed the ccreinoin at the Jew
    1 ish Center of Jackson Heights.
    assisted by Cantor W. Z. Glueck.
    Mrs Gerold Woolf. sister of the
    bridegroom, was matron of honor.
    Miss Sii7v Lisa was maid of honor
    for her sister. Other attendants
    v ere Diane Levinson, Nancy Llss,
    sister of the bride, and Holly Res-
    nick, sister of the groom.
    Gary Resnick served as best man
    for his brother. Usher- were Gerald
    SVooIl. Mont Trainer. Thomas Sing-
    er Alan Sorkin, and Malcom Kir-
    schenbaum.
    The bride attended Boston Uni-
    versity, the Universit) of Florence,
    and graduated from the University
    oi Florida where she was elected
    to PI Beta Kappa, and Mortar
    1 rd Sue is a candidate for a
    oral degree in counseling at
    1 t"ni\ ersity of Flori
    The groom graduated from the
    Hebrew Academj and Miami Huh
    S< ho !. He is an alun us oi the
    a hen i
    working towards a doctor's degree
    in child development. A member
    "i Pi Lambda Phi and Kappa Di ta
    Pi, honorary fraternity, he received
    bis master's degree in April. 1067.
    After a wedding trip to Europe.
    the couple will live in Gainesville
    Orientation For
    PTA Chairmen
    Chairmen of committees from
    the board of the Dade County-
    Council of Parent-Teacher Associ-
    ations will conduct classes for
    chairmen of parallel committees
    in the local units at the Council's
    annual School of Instruction on
    Wednesday, 9:15 a.m., Sept. 6. at
    the Central Baptist Church. 500
    NE 1st Ave
    Among participants on the fac-
    ulty of the one-day school are Dr.
    Leslie Bukstel. audio-visual educa-
    tion; Mrs. Robert Kaplan, cultural
    arts; Mrs. David Miller, legislation;
    Mrs. Maurice Scrotta. publicity:
    Mrs Harry Kaplan, safety: and
    Mrs Jerome Benson, school edu
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    The bride Is the daughter of Dr
    and Mrs Herman Meyer, -'470 SW
    24th St and the groom is the SOU
    Of Mr. and Mrs Squire Mickelson
    of Jamesv ille, N.Y.
    The bride wore a formal gown of
    1 candlelight silk organza over taf
    feta fashioned with a hi rise bodice,
    elbow Sleeves accented with .Men
    con lace and seed pearls, the A line
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    Friday, August 2: 1967
    ^Atiigitst WVt-flrl k.i n
    MKS. LAWKlNCi SCHOlHflID
    Koch- Krovitz
    A ri'ception and dinner at IVm
    pie Menorah lohoued the man
    there of Sharon Inez, daughter ol
    Mr and Mrs Benjamin Krovit/.
    275 Fairway Dr., Normandy Shores,
    and Jeffrey Hruee Koch on Sunday.
    Aus 20 Kahhi Mayer AbramowiU
    and Cantor Nico Feldman official
    ed at the 5 p m eeremonj
    For the wedding, the bride
    selected gown of peau de sole
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    mm. jiffKir koch
    wit I-. embroidered with in
    serfs ol lace \ crown of
    pearls completed the ensemble and
    she carried ; oses on .1 I
    attendants it I Mrs M
    ol honor I
    . ..i.it J<
    David K
    MPr Ok
    had Lai r> fiileil ,i^ I" si
    ushers were Sti
    Ion Martin Kroviti Barry
    a \ ol 'hr L'niver
    sit) ol 1 iomla Mr Koch si
    3
    Schoenield-Buchbinder
    The former Heidi Ellen Biich-
    binder and Dr. I^awrence Steven
    Schoenfeld. united in marriage on
    Saturday. Aug. 19. will live in Bos-
    ton on their return from a honey-
    moon in Puerto Rico and Jamaica. ,
    Held at Temple Judea in Coral
    Gables, the late evening ceremony
    was conducted by Rabbi Jonah E.
    t/aplan and Cantor Michael Kyrr.
    Daughter of Mr. and Mrs Julian
    Ruchbmder. 8841 SW 52nd St., the
    bride selected a gown of Venise
    lace over peau de soio with empire
    bodice and Aline skirt It featured
    chapel train and kabuki sleeves
    dew ed with seed pearls. The match-
    ing headpiece was trimmed with
    lace and pearls, and she carried a
    cascade of sweetheart roses and
    lily of the valley.
    Gowned In yellow chiffon over
    taffeta, attendants included Gloria
    Gilbert, maid of honor. Mrs. Nanci
    Roth, matron of honor. Shelley
    Kneeter. Sheryl Ruttenberg, Susan
    M Smith and l.inda Solovei,
    bridesmaids, and Roni Buchbinder.
    flower girl.
    The bridegroom s brother. How
    aid Schoenfeld. acted as best man,
    .end among groomsmen were Mark
    Buchbinder, the bride's brother,
    Harry Sapurstein, Jeffrey Levy,
    Michael Glaier and Harold Frank
    Dr Schoenfeld has s R a degree
    from Ohio Wesleyan University, an
    M A and Ph D. in clinical psychol-
    ogj from the University of Florida
    New Mrs. S<-hoenfeld is a grad
    iate of Southwest High, and earn-
    il I! S in occupational therapy
    from the University Of Florida
    Among out-of-town guests at the
    wedding were Mr- Sadie Buch-
    binder, the bride's grandmother,
    and Herman Schoenfeld the bride
    groom's grandfather
    as treasurer of his fraternity. Tau
    F.p-ilon Phi
    New Mrs Koch is a graduate
    of the University of Florida and
    attended Charron Williams Com-
    mercial College
    Following honeymoon in the
    Blue Hide Mta in N Carolina,
    the newlyv eds will live in v
    where the bridegroom is assoi at< d
    with a CTA firm.
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    Voters* Inc. Names Haven School Expands Program
    Offim>, Directors Haven.School will offer an ex-tvittei School will permit Haven to
    Voters, Incorporated, has elected
    the following slate of officers and
    board members:
    Harry Levy, president; Wallace
    N Maer. A. Neil Com post o. John
    Howard. S. Richard Murray, vice
    presidents; I,ou Gold, treasurer; ,
    William Geller. financial secretary;
    Lillian A. Conte. corresponding and
    recording secretary; Stanley If.
    Brotly. sergeant at arms.
    Serving on the board of directors
    are Harry Levy, chairman; Stanley
    II Brody, A Neil Composto. IJUian
    A. Conte. Lou Gold, Louis B Ho-
    berman, John B Howard. Bernard
    M Joyce, Dr L. E. Lombard. Wal-
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    ray. M Nason, Paul .1 O'Neill.
    Molly Richman, Irvine C. Spear,
    and Paul R Steinberg.
    panded day care program for re-
    tarded children beginning in Sep
    tember. utilMng the Bougainvillea
    School located on county property-
    one block north of Haven's admin
    istration building
    /
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    \ear.
    Haven School acetpta children
    between the ages of 6 and 18 in
    day care. Students receive i hot
    meal at noon, a: '- are i I :stcd
    to the family's ability to p,.
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    ^
    1 Items Of Interest
    Doctor (Captain) Charles D. Frambl.u has completed the 0
    Ion .. -, for officer^ the I S Mr rorce Medical Service at Shep-
    r'" l,v '"l""-- "I"' recently cam, ,, active duty was
    livon instruction n specialized aeroapect medical subjects and ad
    nimstrative procedures of the USAF Medical Service Hia wife Marilyn
    I- ,f"' ''"' < Mr. and Mrs. Milton Gross ..I !81 \T lfSKti Si'
    Itiam \n art on wood <<>,<, designed for the creative adult or
    >:., will be offered a the Coral Gables Vouth Center 400 Inastasia
    M' wl" '" ''^hl W'on Leiberman on Mondaj mornings
    i m ."i-i on rhursday evenings from 7 to in Room 2o:i beginning
    's,'i" "" appointment of Miami Dade Junior Coll,-,. Presid nl
    Peter Masiko, Jr. t the Nominating Committee, American Council on
    Kducal .,~ announced from ACE headquarters in Washington, D.C
    i Fair Stores, Inc reached a record first-quarter sales up 6.2
    over the similar period ;, year ago It was reported in Louis
    Stem, airman, and Jack M. Fried'and, president, ;>t n- annual stock
    hoWoi meetins Eileen Kaye and Carol Jostin, ,,t Miami r., ich
    1 '"' u"1' wores of other young" people on Aug :i as pan of the
    Voluni rs for Israel program are now busil) engaged on their first
    Bsuni enl in Israel, reports the YM-YWHA ol Greater Miami Both
    v.iuiu sdles have been assigned to Scopus Rehabilitation Center near
    Jci i -
    1 local Parent-Teacher Association units will be represented al
    President's Conference on Wednesday, Aug :). ;n 10 a.m in the south
    Miam Lutheran Church, to in- staged and sponsored by the Dade Coun
    ly Council of Parent-Teacher Associations Th-' Pavlow Company
    ol Miai i recent!) completed ;, contract with Monroe County for the
    complete furnishing ol the offices in the County Courthouse in Key
    West, the Marathon ami Islamorada sub-stations The new vice
    presidt it <>f Miami-Dade Junior College. South Campus, will be Dr. John
    Lewi* Forbes. 42 >ear -old educator and currently the associate director
    ol Southeastern Education Laboratory in Atlanta, (jj Harold H.
    Boxer, chairman >,f the Joint Youth Commission of the Union of Ortho-
    i Jew ish Congregations of America, announced the forthcoming study
    - :' ol staff member Rachel Wiienfeld, ot the Union's National
    inHerence of Synagogue Youth to three Latin American countries
    i ese >untries to explore th>- possibilities "f assisting in developing
    these tountrie sto explore the possibilities ol assisting in developing
    viabii programs f>i their young people All G.I. students wore re
    minde, !> tin- Veterans Administration to i>- sure their college notifies
    he V ". promptly upon acceptance or re-enrollment for the fall se
    mesti c. w. B099S. officer in charge ol the Miami va office said
    Prompt action by the colleges and students will enable the Veterans
    Vdmin Aration to process the applications quickly and thereby insure
    1 nelj payment to ahe thousands ol -indents expected t<> be in school
    under the (i 1 BUI this fall
    I American Telephone and Telegraph Company said that ., 1 :!iil
    mile ction of .1 supercapacity underground telephone cable has been
    placed along the Eastern Seaboard and will \*- read) for service in the
    fall. AT&T said n is part of 1 planned i.soo mile communications path
    v a) w ich will serve the Eastern Seaboard between Huston and Miami
    The >mpleted section extends from Miami to Pranesville. Va BDOUl
    J mi.es northwest of Washington, D.C., Fred Stone, CLU, of Miami.
    led the national organization of the Home Life Insurance Company,
    New York, In tales during July He is affiliated with Home Life's
    Mian agenc) managed by William Rafkind, en
    s. National Leadership Conference of the Religious Zionists of
    AmeriCI has been called for Sunday, Sept. 10, at the Hotel New Yorker
    in New York City The purpose of the conference i- to consider adjust-
    ments to the new state ot affairs which have developed since the ton
    Clusioi of the Israel Arab war "American Jewry After the Six
    Day Israel-Arab War" will l>e the theme of the 21st National Conven-
    tion r/ Karband Labor Zionist Order, to be held from Wednesday, Sept. 6
    thioi-- Sunday, Sept lu. at the 260-acre summer resort ot Parband
    know? as "Unser Camp," Highland Mills, New York
    Sliuli'iiLs Win
    Debating Honors
    Last week al the Georgetown
    1 niversitj Summer 1 on nsics in-
    stitute Dei.ate Tournament, Wayne
    Cypen and Steve Schiffres, seniors
    at Miami, Beach Senioi Pfl I
    id pi ice in the va;s;ty division
    Wayne 16 *on ol Judge and Mrs
    Irving Cypen. 320 u in ido Dr
    and pi csidenl of the Natioi il Hoi
    ' S k etj received th < sixth 'u si
    F 16, son
    o! Mr- Janel Schiffres 1044 I
    \v'' presi lent of the National
    '.....si Lea got Ihe tenth best
    -p,\ ker aw ard.
    \\ iiiner.s of the tournament w c
    Richard I cwi and John Mi Uillan,
    from Boston I'ollegi High School,
    the current Catholic Forensic
    League 1 hamp ons w ho look I
    ative side on whether Com
    ild establish uniform resula
    to control criminal im estiga
    lion procedures
    Both teams in the final round
    had been eoaelled at the institute
    b> Robert Shrum, former debate
    ecaeli at Kiandvi.s L'niversit) and a
    senior at Harvard law School
    in the junior varsity division,
    other Beach lliuh Students who
    placed Include Howard Burkholz,
    and his partner from Texas, Dallas
    Perkins, who leached the quarter
    final round. Jean Lowell and Mark
    Hershe) jot to the octos. Joanne
    received the 11th speaker award
    in her division Mso in attendance
    from Miami Heaeh were luniors
    Chris Gallen and Jackie Green-
    here
    Leadership Award
    Nomination's Open
    Nominations are open for the
    recipients of the 1967 Presidei I -
    lership Kwud ,,( the Greal
    Miami Jev ish Federation, it u
    >UnCI d tills w, 1, |>) 1 ,.,, K.,p
    Fed<
    award 1- made annually.
    li e in l
    on init) who im 1
    ii ten in, and d
    .....lewish Fi li
    lion Combined Jewish Appei 1 and
    lev ish communal agen
    u Greater Miami "
    Kaplan stated thai it i~ hop
    award 'n akes il possible tor
    1 'pie 10 acquire greater in
    into ihe various areas
    Jewish communal endeavor in the
    wider focus ol the total American
    '' ish -erne aril lo stimulate and
    inspire these young people towards
    further and continuous communal
    interest and acth My "
    Limited to persons between th,
    1 "I ^."> and 40. the award con
    ist.- ot a trip to the General \-
    seiiihK of the Council of Jewish
    Federations and Welfare Funds
    which annually attracts hundreds
    ol outstanding Jewish laymen from
    Ihe I lilted States and Canada
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    ALL DE-LUXE ACCOMMODATIONS ALL
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    planned entertainment FREE PARKING
    100o Air-conditioned and Heated.
    CONSTANT RhBBINICAL SUPERVISION
    SPECIAL ATTENTION TO DIET REQUIRE-
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    DIETARY LAWS STRICTLY OBSERVED
    FALL BUDGET PLAN
    SJjSO' daily per person double
    occ. to Dec. 1
    iNOT INCLUDING HIGH HOLI-
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    Th, < JFW !' General Assembly
    will he held this year in Cleveland
    during the month ot November.
    I li, entire award program Is un-
    derwritten by tin' presidents ol
    Federation
    N mination blanks for the Pres-
    idents' Leadership Award can be
    ined from th,' Federation of-
    1317 Biscaync Blvd. Deadline
    i": admissit n ol nominations to
    the Awards Committee i Sept. 8.
    ISADOff HfCNT
    Saturday Opening
    For Kennel (Hub
    official schooling at Isadore
    Kecht's Fabulous Flagler Konnel
    tub will ut't under waj Saturday
    in preparation for formal opening
    of thr track on Labor Day. Sept. 4.
    other schoolings are scheduled
    for Monday. Wednesday and Thurs-
    day Children v ill bo admitted tree
    of charge to the non-betting school
    ing programs as they have been
    for the last several season at
    Flagler,
    A 1120.000 stakes program for
    the i!Xi"-i>8 sea.-on has been an-
    nounced h) llecht BiggCSl event is
    the $80,000 International Classic
    winch v\iis covered last season by
    Sports Illustrated Magaslne
    "This sear we are assured of the
    largenl and undoubtedly the strong-
    est Held We lia\e ever had for the
    International.'- llecht said "Fifty-
    seven kennels have registered for
    the Classic and we anticipate at
    least a hundred entries
    llecht pointed out thai tins will
    be the first year since I960 thai
    Kaliuloiis Flagler' lias operated
    during Ihe choice fall dates, and
    he anticipates new all tune rec-
    ords in both handle and attend
    ance
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    Friday. August 25. 1967
    Brlh Sholom Plans Teacher Meeting
    \w iS\
    iAUl 1ABH
    Chicagoan
    New
    Academv Director
    Chicagoan. Saul Zabel. with e\
    < administrative experience
    to his credit, has come here to be
    the new executive director of the
    Hebrew Academy of Greater
    M ami.
    Prior to comine to Miami. Zabel
    ad as the Midwest Director of
    the Friends of the Hebrew I'niver
    sit) in Chicago He baa aha served
    there as Director of Development
    the Chicago Medical School,
    and was a consultant for the Little
    City Foundation and the Hebrew
    Theological Collage
    Originally from Canada. Zabel is
    a product of McGUl I and
    the University of Calgary A mem
    her of the HRH Black Watch dur-
    World War II he saw action in
    France. Holland. Belgium and Ger-
    many, and was wounded twice
    I'pon his discharge, be spent six
    - in Israel with the Palestine
    Economic Corporation and at Field
    Director of the Bar Ilan School.
    | returning to this country, he
    named Executive Director of
    the Jewish Federation in Calgary,
    Uberta.
    At the Academy, Zabel will take
    charge of development and expan-
    sion of school programs. He "ill
    also be deeply involved in the pos-
    sible establishment of a four year
    Hebrew College, news of which
    announced recently by school 1
    I incipal Rabbi Ah xai der Gi I
    Also on his agenda will be thJ
    Temple Beth Sholom Religious
    Schi rs ill have their an-
    imal ntation Monday.
    r for the day will be
    director of the
    Depai ol Teacher Education,
    Union ot American Hebrew Con-
    which Temple
    Sh iiom ia aifiliatad.
    He will address the school's He-
    brew teachers at lunch in the Al-
    giers Hotel A question and answer
    >n on New Techniques and
    uhes to the Teaching of He-
    brew" will follow.
    All Religious School teachers will
    then meet at 4pm. for discussion
    with Segal on "Teaching the Child
    Judaism A Child Centered Ap-
    proach."
    This will be followed by dinner
    at the hotel, plus a final question
    and answer session on "How to
    Integrate the Study of Israel"' into
    all subjects in the Religious School
    The following teachers will par-
    ticipate: Miss Shula Ben David.
    Mrs Gladys Diamond. Mrs. L?a
    Piksel Mrs. Sandra Goldman. Hy-
    men Goldstein. Miss Nettie Gold
    Item, Mrs Kmily Grunwald. Mrs
    Celia Huber, Morris Kirsh. Mrs
    Gerald Koppele, Gerald Koppele.
    Barnard Kreisberg, Merwyn Levin,
    Mrs Madeline Paetro. Miss Wen
    dy Satin. Mrs Amy Serns. Miss
    Ellen Shapiro. Mrs Henrietta Sha-
    piro
    Also present will be Mr Louis F
    S etman, president of the Temple.
    Mis Marvin Marx, vice president
    iterhoodji frame* Knopke. pres
    : of Brotherhood; .lack Fink.
    president of the Temple and
    i nit mber Of the Temple Schrtol
    'liana Simon. Nursery
    il Director; Dr Solomon Lich-
    ind Dr, Francis Haas, mem
    .1 the Temple School Board:
    lames Hoo, Beshty president;
    Rabbis Leon Kronish'and Daniel
    , Pranzal; Cantor David Conviser;
    Mrs Milton Malakoff. executive
    secretary; and Felix P. Bertisch.
    educational director.
    Box Supper Will
    Ueiiofit Sick Tots
    Lorber Chapter of Children's
    Asthma Research Institute and
    Hospital at Denver. Colo., will hold
    a box supper on Saturday evening.
    Site of the social function will
    be the home of Mrs Gerald Kluger-
    man. 10595 SW 62nd Ave Funds
    will go toward the programs of the
    Denver institution which has treat
    ed a number of Dade County chil-
    dren who had intractable asthma
    In charge of reservations are
    Mrs Seymour Sklar and Mrs Stu-
    art Shapiro
    Margulies Veteran Zionist
    Dies At Age Of 79
    NEW York t.lTAi Morris
    Margulies, veteran American Zi
    onist leader, died this week at the
    Sga of 79 He served as national
    secretary of the Zionist Organiza-
    tion of Air,.Mica for a period of 10
    years from 1932 through 1042
    .Thereafter he occupie^ other iii-ili
    Lions bowi In 'he Zionist
    Banization and other national
    ish bodies
    Mr Margulies organ./ed one of
    'he earliest Zionist youth groups
    he Nordau Zionist Society in
    1902 He also took an active part
    n the American Jewish Congress
    . a member of its executive and
    was a member of the first execu-
    tive committee of the American
    Keren Hayesod.
    Mr. Margulies is survived bv his
    brothers, Adolph. of New York.
    and Frank, of Hollywood. Fla
    Academy's 20th anniversarj cele-
    ion which he contemp
    'With a meat deal of enthusiasm
    Zabels wife. Miriam, from i
    i I, acted as one of th< English
    its (or the late 1)
    Chain) Weismann, first President
    >f the state of Israel. They have
    e children, each of Whom
    in .. different part of the
    Id,
    the best
    recipe
    for
    folks
    Gil RAPPAPORT
    =*jfr newly
    f 'l moved
    Talk on Israel At
    Saturday Services
    Gil Rappaport, who has served
    for the past 13 years as executive
    direct >r of the Sou hi ist Region
    of the Zi -' Organization of
    retun I
    I from hi! fou will
    the mo:
    the
    Ites from
    ivl i nd I the
    \ .
    rael, I the op|
    the 1
    \ ib
    hi- Bel Old I
    R imallah Hebr in ai his-
    torical place is ".-!i as the terri-
    Israel winch
    were formerly Egypt's and Syria's
    Bureau Urges
    School Kigistration
    A call for registration at Je
    schools has bean Issued by Albert
    E Ossip. president of the Bureau
    of Jewish Education. The an-
    nouncement sets Tuesday. Sept. 5.
    i- the opening date for daaaei in
    Hebrew departments, and Sunday.
    Sept 1. a- the opening session in
    on.' -day-a-week dei>artments
    Ossip, in his call to Jewish par-
    ents, declares that the major ob-
    jectives of the Jewish sihool are to
    enrich the Jewish child's personal-
    ity, to create a satisfactory adjust
    n.cnt of the Jewish child to his
    American environment "
    Forty Jewish schools are now-
    open for registration, and Louis
    Schwartzman. executive director of
    the Bureau, urges parents "to
    strengthen the factors favorable to
    Jewish survival here and abroad
    by exposing children to a know!
    a of Jewish history, religion
    ethics, problems and con
    tributions to the world, which will
    lop in them a deep loyalty to
    their Jewish people and a di
    ike part in Jewish activitief
    The Bureau is continuing its \i
    litation Pro r m for qualil
    scho To lati .oil i lite : Hel
    .in lude
    David C i re ition, Ten
    of Miami B 'ach.
    1 and Temple Me
    lepartmi
    pie Bel \ Temple Beth El,
    Hollywood, Temple Israel, and
    Sinai of North Miami
    Beach Applications of other
    tchooli .no now being processed
    Israel Bond Leader
    A bra in Fox. Dead
    Abram Fox. well known in Israel
    r.nd in this country for a life lime
    of -ervice in helping to build the
    Jewish State, passed away last
    week while visiting in Cincinnati
    Fox was honored, with Mrs Fox.
    , b> the Israel Bond Organization in
    196S for his leadership on behalf
    of Lrael. and wa> the recipient of
    Israel's Award of Honor h* was
    s Trustee of Israel an I a met
    of the Israel Bond P.o.ir ol Gov-
    rs
    A former president of the Gi
    er Miami Histadruth Orgamzal.....
    he had also taken an active role
    of :> on behalf of other
    local and Israeli institutions
    L'ntil recently he i nd Mi i
    who survives him, had lived -\
    moi each > ear in B it i
    a suburb of I'el Vviv,
    Services were held in Cincinnati.
    KASANOF
    to GREATER MIAMI
    Tiki om phont call far coucioa
    below), add hostess with baskets
    of gifts and Information ibo-t tia
    city, stir in ganuino hospita' tjr.
    and you'll hav. a itnroui nd
    delightful wtlcoma. Just phor.t
    V&gon
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    n wojW liae to vibstribe to
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    Two students from the Mian
    an a, Ronald Rroniah, senioi
    leis Iniversitv. ami Joel A
    i sophomore ui th'- In
    .i Miami, an bjoobi 220 Jew
    isll college students who will alt
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    lationa :it Camp B'nal B'ntli.
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    The institute, which begins Tuea
    lay. is an eight-day program ot
    seminars, workshops and student
    speaker diseussioiis in which ,te\\i-:.
    undergraduates participate in tea
    -ions on matters affecting them a<
    .lews
    Kronish, son of Rahbi and Mrs
    I.eon Kronish. 4464 Prairie Ave
    Miami Beach, was chosen as 1!
    representative from Brandeis In,
    versity He is president of the
    school's BB Hillel Foundation
    Naglar, ana of Mr. and Mrs Mor-
    - Nagler, BSS MW 175th St a n
    hoaen as Hillel reprcaentative
    'rom the University of Miami H
    s a board member on the raligii
    ommittee of the school's B
    B'rith Hillel Foundation.
    LEGAL NOTICE
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