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Letter Box From F.S.U.
(This is such a stimulating mis
sive we are sharing it with you.)
Teddy Moscovitz
Southern Jewish Weekly
Jacksonville, Florida
Dear Teddy,
Just before I left school I was
perusing the F. S. U. library when
I came across a copy of the South
ern Jewish Weekly. It was then
I thought you might be interested
in some of the news on a Jewish
subject from our Florida State
University area.
The school has been quite co
operative to things of a Jewish
nature on campus, for they would
like to broaden their students who
hail from more traditionally
southern genteel and rural homes,
as well as attract more Jewish
students to the campus. Unfor
tunately, I can’t tell you as much
about the TEPS as I can about
Hillel, being active in the latter
and not in the former. However,
I shall try to tell you whatever
I think you may be interested in
The TEPS just completed their
first year of existence on the
F. S. U. campus. They moved into
their brick home on College Ave
nue; had an open house in the
fall; made Mr. Gibbs of Tallahas
see an honorary member of the
chapter; won a loving cup in
competitive athletics; and are
eagerly awaiting the arrival of a
housemother next semester so
they can have girls visit them in
the house and have socials there.
The F. S. U. campus limits frater
nity functions to the girls when
a housemother is non-existent.
The out-going rex was Jerome
Klonsky, Miami Beach, Florida.
The in-coming president is Leon
Cutter, Hollywood, Florida.
The F. S. U. Hillel Chapter re
cently elected the following new
officers for the forthcoming year:
President, Jerry Klonsky, Miami
Beach, Fla.; Vice President, Jack
Schlossberg, Miami Beach, Fla.;
Secretary, Dorothy Breslar, Mi
ami, Fla.; Treasurer, Mimi Green
berg, Tallahassee, Fla.
Dorothy Breslar, sophomore
majoring in social welfare, is
being sent by the foundation to
attend the National Hillel Leader
ship Training Institute in New
York State the latter part of the
The local chapter awarded
books to the following members
for service to the organization:
Larry Abt, Glencoe, 111.; Murray
Berman, New Rochelle, N. Y.;
Allan Cordish, Hollywood, Fla.;
Lenny Spiegel, Tallahassee, Fla.;
Mary Ann Williams, Tampa, Fla.;
Sandy Schor, Tallahassee, Fla.;
Dorothy Breslar, Miami, Fla.; Eva
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The National Hillel Foundation
on the recommendation of the
local foundation, awarded two
National Hillel Keys for outstand
ing service during the year to the
following two people: Murray
Berman, New Rochelle, N. Y., who
was this past year’s Vice Presi
dent, Hillel Choir member, and
Cultural and Religious Committee
Chairman; Judy Naftulin, Nep
tune Beach, Fla., organizer and
director of the Hillel Choir which
sang at Hillel Services, Tallahas
see’s Temple Israel’s Friday night
services, Brotherhood Inter-faith
service, and at other Hillel func
Rabbi Louis A. Josephson is the
Hillel Director and Dr. Levine,
Professor in the school of Social
Welfare, is the faculty sponsor.
Hillel activities this past year
have included the following: look
ing after arrangements, details,
etc. of the yearly Jewish Chatau
qua speaker who, this year, was
Jacksonville’s Rabbi Sidney Lef
kowitz; arranging outstanding
speakers from the faculty, one by
a science professor on Oppen
deimer’s case particularly stands
out in my mind; conducting a
Passover Seder (which was just
lovely); making lotkes on Chanu
kah, having weekly choir fests,
and other outstanding activities.
F. S. U.’s Hillel had a fine year
and plans are getting under way
for next year’s activities.
Teddy, you might also be inter
ested in knowing how apprecia
tive the Tallahassee Jewish Com
munity and especially the Bain
bridge, Ga. Jewish Community
have been for any small thing one
does for them. On Sunday morn
ings I led the Tallahassee Sunday
School Assemblies in singing, and
on Sunday evenings, once a
month, I went with the Tallahas
see Rabbi to lead the Bainbridge
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adult congregational singing at
services, as well as rendering an
occasional solo. I did the work for
no monetary reward, but because
I loved it and wanted to be of
service where I could. The Ehr
lich’s, Grollman’s, Kress’, Wolf’s,
Nussbaum’s, to mention a few of
the Bainbridge families, have
been so heart-warming. They and
the Tallahassee Jewish Congrega
tion have shown their apprecia
tion in so many ways that they
have filled me with great insur
mountable inspiration and love to
continue my interests in music,
education, and Judaism. They
really are the sweetest people!
My year at Florida State Uni
versity was truly a wonderful one.
After a scholarship was again
given to me by Brandeis to return
there after my year’s leave of ab
sence at the University of Florida,
it was very hard deciding my
course of action. I am often nostal
gic for my Brandeis University
friends and teachers, and even
though through the rest of the
years of my life I will be an ar
dent supporter of Brandeis Uni
versity and its high democratic
ideals with its sincere search for
truth and creaturity, I loved every
minute of my stay at F. S. U. I
am thrilled I was able to exper
ience a “pioneering” Brandeis and
also an older school like F. S. U.
during my four years of college.
My being chosen President of the
96 F. S. U. student member Music
Educators National Conference
has also made me very happy.
, Judy Naftulin
(Editor’s Note: Judy is Music
Counselor at Blue Star Camp.)
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TUNIS, (JTA) —Two members
of the Jewish community here
have given interviews to the press
in which they expressed their con
fidence in Habib Bourguiba Neo-
Destour leader, who recently re
turned to Tunisia after years of
exile in France.
Albert Bessis, former president
of the local Keren Hayesod, who
served as an expert consultant to
the Tunisian delegation which
negotiated equality for all Tunis
ian autonomy with the French,
said M. Bourguiba’s assirances of
equality for all Tunisians without
distinction as to race or religion
will enable a unified Tunisia to
go forward to material prosperity
with high morale, which will serve
as an example to the mother
Serge Moatti, former director
of the Jewish pournal “La Jus
tice” praised the consideration
given to Jewish citizens by M.
Bourguiba and his close associates.
This consideration, in turn, merits
the highest respect, he added, be
cause in it lies the guarantee of
complete understanding, without
which nothing can be achieved.
Ahmed Ben Salah, leader of the
Tunisian Trade Union Federation,
confirmed the organization’s de
termined stand against all forms
of discrimination and “religious
fanaticism.” In a statement, Mr.
Ben Salah said the federation’s
central committee had taken this
stand, and he called upon all
Jewish and Christian workers in
Tunisia to rally to his organiza
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that “makes mockery of all the
beautiful ideas that the Olympics
“Brundage promised Max Rit
ter, treasurer of the U. S. Olympic
Committee, and Charles Ornstein,
a member of the executive board,
that he would aid Israel,” Col
Henshel said.
Stan Saplin, a New York sports
writer, commented on Israel’s ex
clusion. He said “there is no ap
peal to action by Brundage or his
committee. There never can be
an appeal to any move by Brund
age, for he sits in command of a
self-perpetuating body that is an
swerable to no one . . . Not to the
AAU nor to the NCAA nor to the
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BERLIN, (JTA) At a City
Hall reception attended by Lord
Mayor Otto Suhr and consular
representatives accredited here,
the Berlin municipality bade fare
well to Zvi Doriel-Waizmann, for
the past two years head of the
Israel Purchasing mission branch
office in West Berlin. As a mo
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sented with a replica of the A
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that has become the city’s semi
official symbol.
American public, who are asked
to support the Olympics by finan
cial contributions.”
Rep. Celler expressed a view
that brundage “cavalierly dismiss
ed Israel’s protest.” He said that
Brundage was “indifferent” to the
Olympic constitution and “thus
flies in the face of decency and
honor and American fair play.”
“For shame,” said Rep. Celler,
“that an American allows himself
to be used as a tool for Arab
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