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

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Jewish newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami

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

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71

~ Combining THE JEV/ISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY
Vohimt) M Number 2
Miomi. Florida Friday. January 10, 1969
Two Section Price t
Magazine Renews Attack On Jewish Teachers
RK fJTA! An ..li-
(.rial In ke Ad wan American
atcbers fcomri which charged
wa re n kunsitil.' for "stifling"
he rdssaai Ion >>i black children
.as crittcl ar iewish Congrt ss as a
victOUB P* ke hi racism thai can
erve only Bo iii base uti rational
ppraacfa 1 k, the scho.ii problem "
Shad Pi hVt chairman of tbe
.tionel pri'iunK council, ot. d
*n*aga. pr .is the tame publi-
cation thai had opened Iti columns
las) year to Ihi malign Ignorance
of John K Hatchett" and descnb
ed the editorial as "an obvious and
calculated sttempl to itoke the
fires nf racial and religious tension
that are already burning in our
city."
Mr. Il.it. Ii> 11 Ihi hiii.' Involved
in <\ after writini; in the
BMgastee thai Jewsth teachers
dominated the \i' York public
s. h.'.ii s\si.in iin.i were meatallt
BOSMNlIng N.'urn |ill|iils. This and
other incidents I. .1 to his I., in-
firel b) New York l'ni\er*it>.
where be had been director i the
Martin l.uther Kihk it. Alro-
Amerii an stu.lent (enter.
The Inadequacies school system," Mr. Polier said,
are acknowledged by men ami
women ol all religions and races
who .iii- concerned with Improving
public education In New York. To
charge that these Inadequacies are
the resull ol a specific policj and
design ii. Jews is a disheartening
example of extremist tactics and
insults ih. greal mass ol .lews who
are coi cern< d about the verj evils
hi racism discrimination and the
failure ol out schools 1 am confi-
dent thai the Jewish community
will ii<>t b. deterred by this attack
from the greal effort that must
be launched to strengthen and Im-
prove the education of all our chil-
'" Wi ......|ually confidi i t
that the black citizi m ol our
w ill ii ject "ins blatant app /
bigotrj he said
A bi-monthly pi
Si .i ii ai h.'i s agar.ine bit I r-
I. attacked the "Jewish riomini
I'niti I Fi dei at i< >n ol Ti a
and I'n Ni a Voi K I '.t\ Boat I ol
.' xaminers for allegedly prevent*
ing Negroes and Puerto I'.i
from becoming teachers and |
Continued on Page 7-A
Chief Rabbi Xissim
its Vatican Stand
JERUSAl Israel's
e|4ia*gssvChi. i I'.atiln. Yitzhak
lssim, aa.k.'i Pni-' Paul VI
iis week lor Ins implied criticism
f IaraaTaw*prial rani on iteirut
.irport and .< i the Pop. ami
re VafjBSSJ ol conducting a "gen-
ral cstsssssigi againal the Jewish
t'lisdaa) asst th' Jewish i>n! He
Urged that I'
Hived by the mH' isi -
urist booabtnc .if Machne Y.-hu.ta
laihsjt plar< in Jerusalem, "but
e oparisd I" runs.il.- I>l>aiuin
fter At d> -unction of a few
lane* Without loss uf life."
BahW Wsstm < I.iime.1 tli.it lews
ve kaOWSI for Home time of the
pels aaSSgrxtl' onesided xttitude
bat ssatt Stow we have kept silent
B Of th>' I'..;,, s nigh i.ltle."
dan was later ri Inked
rnuii.il Cabinet M
i\, too sweepit
P ipe I'H Ins lettet
i Pi skli nt Helou
,
'.I ll Isll
loo
.1 euaed Ui
-an fat c*>" IVI'
ampalgn .
igion and wish |~..p.. v .-di-
orial ta t'
;eat.. Pal.1.1 Sissim
ovatreact'
In aa ea
'TarhafHi
:airs Mini- ti.izeti tl*
sending
tu Pnasidk-i l"" "' '",|"
anon whil.
the "mar.i .t innocent Jews" bj
Arab tan
oeauat, ir Warhaftig chargad
that the Vatican ha.l nothing to
say when Arab terrorists attacked
the Israeli airliner at Athens with
the Intention Of killing all aboard.
when terrorists attacked Jewish
worshippers at the Patriarchs'
rbmh in Hi bron, or when they
bombed the Machne Yehuda mar-
ket, killing 12 i- raons
l>r. Warhaftig compared the
Pope's silenee to that of his pre.le-
I'ruur, thr late PSSW PlBB \ll who.
he declared, failed to protect while
the Naxis were dctro>ing l\ mil-
lion Jew* during World War II.
RUSK TELLS JEWISH LEADERS
U. S. Position
Is Unchanged
CHIEF MSB/ NISSim
Israel Is Faced With
Record '69 Budget
LUSALf M tJTAi \
billion natiot il I pt for
1969 wai > Fl
nanci Mu i i SI irel I
i :-.t i this we. ..
. d ;' i "wai '
Speak! i luring
the asaaua
the Jews*I' nt the Na.-i Iml-
-------
ZffV SHAMF
phasize that Israt l'i So 1 priority
us secuntj altho 37 per-
,i mat ketl (i nili-
, \| '..;.: .: Its
..I It
Mi Shan t said and thi
was given in s.M ncen
ol
living
Is Tin- budgt I foi tlv
a i.-h st.,i Is Apl il
|350 mil "" '
The Fin met Minister, who
Inet i'li tfol.....I i
I,. 1.1 ami industry, said thai bet-
t, : |t\ jng standards depend on
. ased products it> 1 le w as op-
tm:i--i |ointing out that Israel s
.- national product rose i i per-
l last yt ai the highest in the
country's hist
I),i it( in. rcas I lutput
Continued on Page 9-A
WASHING!*) N iJTAi S..
retarj ol State r> an Rusk this
week assured American Jewish
leaders that basic American policy
toward Israel 11 mains im ha
Mr Rusk conferred for 80 nan-
nies with a delegation represent
ing the Conference ol Presidents
ui Major Jewish Organizations
calling on him to express c
over the State Department's al-
leged!) one-sided" reaction to Is-
rael's taliatorj i aid on Beirut
Airport Dec 28
The di gat tor i \; d the
view that Hi-- State D
i\ pi -reacted" In it
lira he raid "which gavi
:... to widespread fears
slot osil hoi
Vnothei said
w.i- that the
ward
ter's attempt to force an imp'
solut Ion, short >l pi a< i and ,':
di. i.il to the securitj and survi
ni Isrs
t)n emerging from the nseetlng,
the il.l.^iit ion issued .1 statement
ayUtg that it "was assured ti> ^Ir.
Rash that the poli. > of the t .*>.
government has not changed in
am respec'l from the clear ti\e-
poinl program announced h> Pres-
ident Johnson on .tune 19, 1961
and which "as later embodied 111
the I llited Nations lesollltl.HI "t
\..\. tt, MM;; -
Herschi I Schactei
:
Sal '
Vftvi
Conttnoec on r'aqe 6 A
Study Shows Jews Still
Hit By Executive Bias
\! A Y< RK iJTA v'
oi the \ stab-
hshmini siHins,,!rd bj the V pi
:. ,i .1. wi- I ittl UI II
reveal that a vi rj small i
ol J. ws. i
hold exi cutive positions in large
in coi .'
.., ... ol "i. whit \-- S is-:
companies elect to
1969 DRIVE
31,172,118 Goal Set For CJ A Campaign
, Dr. Ri
Powi d> an of DI Stati
\. Is,I.. -
l' .....'. '
v mtisi a l^tst 11
Americai c '''
fat
Ih'i AMI' I
Ih. : Powell's
yt ,u Stud) :
it out "i -
. i pxn 'itr.es :ri'in
l>
Continued on Pan* A
_'i aign 'abinet of the
Piliami Jewish Pederatlon
set a goal ol $2 I
tor Us* 1> ''umbilici! Jewish \>
peal csjmp.i.. :. The board ol n\ -
ernors ol the Kedeiaiu.n unani-
motatly apt loM .1 the goal A total
of JLtBTi.!*"' was raised in last
yeajHtJA ...iiip.in'n hut the
thss^Hu- is to provide (or more
thanTJast the hate minimum neads
o( tk 3X local national and over-
ssjasUafjencics which benefit from
tbla.dsive No v;oal has Ihi n set
fOf^Hl Isia. I I- in. reer.-y
pasgh, ahich is conducted simul-
islv.
The I'n.'i campaign rhalrman,
KoIh rl ltilss.ll, who aiiiioiin. ed the
I I \ gsaJ. said. "Miaiiii Jew r\ tUH
reach.-.! the |>oint where the enm-
muiiili no laagSf has to think in
terms of barel miuimiims. but In
term <>i raaaksjag hafkar la keep
(UM-e with the inereasilli: cohI ol
meeting the SUipfld IBS demands
for aan ksaa."
Stressing the urgencj of Israels
ri qulremanti m maintainini us
ecurity position, Mi Russt II i x
pressed optimism that the Greater
Miami Jewish community would
. it did m June
: 967, w in n I inds in excess ol
a. re raised in the IKF
rami'.
I. Jul" s Ai kin. cliautr II
~ Budget Committee,
emphasized that Greatet Miami is
thi most atypical ol all the majoi
Jewish communlllas in the nation
"There are mote than _iMm>>
jews iii Ha.!.- County, with an In-
creasingl) large percentage ol old-
er people," Mi \t km stated. "The
young and the old come down to
,,ui sunn) climate, but both bring
along the aime problems the)
'

[x ople, In i. lation to >ui pop
itj Tin
waiting lists u h thi i
i, ind thi work load is
heav) Yi i. ..... local ag< 11 ies aii
continually increasing their serv-
ices, both to 'h. young and to thi
old
'l'h. s, are th> i easons a goal ol
12,472.118 is a hare minimum
figure "
'l'h. 1968 Combined Jewiah Ap
Continued on Page 3-A
IN THIS ISSUE .
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BOOk ft.vir..
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Torjh 10-A
TV 10-A
C.-iien *-A ^
Dm.ng 13 B
Weddmgi > B
Ed'toriait 4-A
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Ot'tuanea 1 B Zipp B
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Page 2-A
- knist fktilur
I
Senators Score I .\.
Resolution On Israel
WASHINGTON IJTA1 Six-
t. i. hi the r S Senati
i -rtbrd to joint, blparti-
u tat< men! i*x| i -
i\ r hal the) said was a rJIs-
proportionate measure of blame
1 laci ii upon Israel by the United
Nations in the cum nt Mideast
crisis i'.'i' l'N. condemned Israel
for its Dec. 28 reprisal raid at the
I-., irul Ii t< i national Airport." the
Btati ted, "but made no n l-
r. to the direct threat to Is-
rael's survival posed by the ron-
tin i into Israel with
til. ir mounting t11 in Hvt a and
la-oprrt) bj Arab guerrillas op-
. i atii i from the Arab itati -
maintained a
ol war with Israel for 20
: which h
, rage 1 le guerril
L'.S
I had
i
ricmnation of Arab 1
I 11 "encot Vi
i
i
exploit 1
. to whip up interns
i against Israi I," th<
I
land
mumty
terror-
ists i
n 1st
t.. |i.! an :. I to ii h atroi ities "
tin I by m mbers
of bot said.
The statenv i I issued bj I i
Sena I
... liv< as
ih .: \i .i '.. ighbors, bolsterod in
Sovioi militarj and diplomatic
rl again openly threaten to
i ait them." a?, i stn ssed that
the conflict should i>- viewed in its
tot context and perspective,
I i : was voiced over "the rap-
idly mphasis placod on efforts of the
' ii ii Nations peace mission,
headed by Ambassador Ciunnar V.
Jarring.
The statement, made public at a
Senate pn was ~
,i i,. s. n. J K Javits
i: \ v i and
, \ \ho
I wen Bei i fiord P. fas
iR-NJ.i, Sen. Harrisoi \
Hams i D-N .' Sett Rl I
Schw< iki r i Ft-Pa i Sen
s. otl R-Pa > Sti i h M
\ sjei
Saxb) iR-Ohioi Sen i
Goodi ii iR-N.V i, S l'
Dominick iR-C..... S i
A Hart iD-Mich
R-Calil
Proxmire i D-W -
Ribic n S J ph 1
D-M S r*n d
Harris iD-Okli
It was teamed tli.it manj i i
tnrs win. |nit>liei\ iinpported \-l el
daring the recent election i int
I'm it n refused t" Mihsrrlhe to "'
statement, one. Mho linked thai hf
remain anonymous ald he |M>nn
all) a)mpathtxed with Israel hut
rrfuaed to sign the tatemenl l
i .ins.- ill tin- fear In Ins "ta1
uiir aaing t" aa\e Israel or anj
other count r). i h 11 ol .
.Ill kill IntO MMi'tll'l \ I Nun
Intone those who declined lo >
llu- -l.ilein.nl wen liln.ml h. n
Bed) (D-Mbm>.) and Kngene Mi
arth) 11> Minn.
It .
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I I I-: i
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ity to si
some lit)
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Security Council Vote
Dims Faith In U.N.
Last week's action by the Security
Council condemning Israels des-
truction of aircraft equipment at Bei-
:.; International Airport succeeded
r. adding fuel to the rising hostility
: reeled against the Jewish State.
It also provided the opportunity
lc many governments to justify their
: vn expressions of indignation over
: e incident.
Apart from those initial reactions.
however, a far more lasting effect
.11 be the realization of the injustice
K the one-sided condemnation that
:r;led completely to recognise the
extensive and grave provocations
that led to the reprisal.
Over the years that the United
Nation has h^er occupied with the
ccntinuing crises in the Middle East.
::.e Security Council has earned the
ell-deserved reputation of function-
-.g solely as a means of censure and
:cndemnation of Israel.
On each occasion when one or
c.r.other of the Arab states was found guilty of a
reace violation the increasingly reliable So-
et veto would prevent actual censure of the
Arab side.
Under such a climate of frustration Israel
ei course, could never hope to obtain even a
-ambiance of justice from the world body that
as designed to offer just solutions between
r utions.
Instead of just solutions, the world has
: own accustomed to political expediency as
:.- e modus operand: of the Security Council.
The latest example of one-sided decision and
far the most flagrant yet to be heard in the
c.-ambers of the world body tends to conhrm
hat many have long feared thct the United
Nations is not capable o: serving as an im-
z artial arbiter of international disputes.
Vatican Warns On Violence
While the unfortunc.-? Security Council de-
: --:cn might have beei -.voted the reaction
en the part of Pope Paul VI to the Israeli action
- as a grievous disappointment to Israel as
ell as to Jewish le i -.;> had reason to
relieve that the years c: ecumenical effort
might have resulted net sympathy by
the Vatican for the Israel's continued striving
::r a peace settlement
The Pope's express.: c: sympathy with the
-esses in aircraft equipment suffered by the
Lebanese was in marked contrast to his earlier
&ilence over incidents mat involved the loss of
:ewish lives at the hands at Arab terrorists.
No protest was heard trom the Vatican
when El Fatah gangs bombed Jewish religious
v.orshipers at the Patriarch's tomb in Hebron.
.- apal expressions of sympathy were not forth-
coming when 12 Israelis were killed in the
combing ol the Machne Yehuda market.
Although interactional politics might Mil]
c-itweigh the sanctity oi human life in some
world capitals, surely a greater degree of
understanding is to be exoected horn the chair
c: St. Peter
Hebrew Academy At 21
The annual dinner Sunday marking the
2M anniversary of the Hebrew Academy of
Greater Miami signals a true coming of age of
ItM Miami Beach educational institution that
has become the largest Hebrew day school
in the southeast.
Student enrollment has grown to 633 in the
current year, representing virtual capacity for
the Academy even in its modern facilities on
Pine Tree Drive.
One of the primary purposes of Hebrew day
schools is to provide future leaders tor Jew.si:
life both in the rabbinate as well as in lay
positions. The Hebrew Academy's roll of gra-
duates is beginning to evidence that promise
both here in South Florida as well as in other
parts of the court:-.
It is one of the most satisfying aspects of
any endeavor when the invest rrs c:
effort _-.::e and monej pay off
substantial v. ry
In : t absolut- :. ...
lay school gradual.
adequate lev
type of
Q extends beyond the v. .
--- is felt by greater i
mmediate families of stude:
Pupils Jom most synagogues
m south Florida are represented a
Student body of the Hebrew -,
receives it, ma,or support through the a-
scholarship dinner.
No educational institution tod oalance
operational budget o: I
-one and such fe#, ^^
half the cos, of study
' Problems are even more ; :ed
me" A^T* fv,genera: C:
-: the Academy has earn,
from al. national, state and La. nl -~-l
bodies and the achieve*: | Jj
dt. and of each succeed,^ year cl,
B*We far outdistanced all e.tabUhed no:.
Other Hebrew day school, to the Create,
Miami area are taking their P:aCe m the com-
munity bu, each of them owe, a deb, of gran-
Rabb, gander Grces. ,u ^^ Qnd
JOSEPH ALSHP
Nixon And The \\ ar
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O'wrnment s icactHin to a q""
til- PT l*>at attack on
"iir ships in thv Tonki:
which became nothing l< th*"
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Friday. Icnuarv 1C [%$
What is believed to be the first shipment of Jewish religious
articles permitted to enter the Soviet Union since the Ri:
revolution of 1917 is leader aboard a Sovi [I ''.
nedy A:rpcit in New York. On hand fc; the event wer?
(from left : Rabbi David Hill, New York, Rabbi E'az
Teitr Elizabeth. N. J., Rabbi Isaac Hechtrru.
and R has Teitz, I who arranged the
men:.
Position 1:
Continued from Page 1-A
resident ol
the Ann
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fairs pai
ticii
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tu the I'mtod Nations said after
I ncil voti
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1917
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Attend 1969 U.J.A.
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Friday. January 10. 1969
*knistnrridi^r
Paqe 7 A
ew Attack On Jewish Teachers
Continued from Pig 1 A
,iin1 foi keeping our clnl-
ii-noram II atoa charged in
. lit.H i.ii that the Jen. 'our
ral fi i': i "' > >i' iil.i>. host
- ol u i -'ill rMouml from
step n ol R >-... Id the t'
brts of Forwl Hills is now out
plotter. The I i- comi ih.
' mo said, "for a great n
iblc \ sac in speak up in the
Jewish community, It is time to
rfghl these grave wrongs Ii is
lima in poui water on tii> growing
fires hi ri in-ill1.-. .11 ii i,11 lal tt.iti pds
in New York City bj finall) faring
. i" the truth." the African-
American Teachers Forum dei u
il Most Jewish leaehei ai i
ir iiti.itcMs hi iv have faOi >i a
. public trust Thf*) have kept
iiv functionally illiti ratr
'It iv now fashionable i '' t"
< iitu i/i- Jews who haw hidden be-
hind in- cloak "I anti Semitism as
i broad shield against criticism."
'ho ".in rial i ontinued. Don't t<'li
us any more about the si\ million
I- stroyi il l>\ Hitler 'I"<-II us |n-
st. ail about in.' u million blacks
sla I'.-hti ii il hi ;.i years ol i
id I"he J, us have n i ovi red
and nw prospei We blacks
Hampered t>> vicious 11 \\ -. beaten
t>x.i*'!isti< |mi Hi. exploitwl li> nv
ploji i s. landloi els and mi i
.till exbll in the Stlfttag slums ol
in poverty-ridden ghettos
The i ititoi i.iI specifically ai
used tii<- Board of KaamJoers ol
lyatematlcall] dtoquaJUying Negro
ind 1'iK'i to Hn an applicanta f< i
ii eiBM s as 1, ii n. i s ami hai Bed
1 l-' i' i i' -i.li nl Alberl SI i i
^ itii "racist iliati ibes thai a
.- to the entin Ji wish
community, A sjHik.s, ,, for the
I" ai 'i<-1 ...: refused to aiisw. r
' :'a!K' j-
Hom'i \, i Paul I> nn an.
of ih.- Board ol f xamini rs d< i le i
1 i( disci iminal ion exist) it [mint
ing out that ill applicanta i -i ii
wi i assigned numb ind
i rn n idi I I : wen unkt til their exan n papers were
i a I r|

BECAUSE
The survival of the People of Israel is our profound concern
BECAUSE
Wc understand the strain on the People of Israel of holding firm while seeking peace, of
enduring guerilla attacks, h.irrages and urban terrorism
BECAUSE
It has been and continues to be our solemn obligation to meet the burden of the humani-
tarian needs of our Israeli brethren: the care of new immigrants who will arrive in the
tens of thousands in the year ahead; housing, teaching and rehabilitating those who came
in years past but are not yet fully self-sufficient
BECAUSE
The People of the State of Israel, completely overburdened in providing for their own
defense in the face of a relentless clamor by Arabs for their annihilation, can no longer
bear their share of the cost of UJA-sponsored humanitarian programs
BECAUSE
Now wc must meet this burden in full
BECAUSE
"Wc arc resolved that
ISRAEL MUST LIVE
Hi;, the undersigned organizations, representing the vast majority of American Jeury,
pledge utmost support of our leadership and our members to the humanitarian goals THE 1969 ISRAEL EMERGENCY FUND CAMPAIGN and
REGULAR CAMPAIGN of the UNITED JEWISH APPEAL
conducted b) the Federations and Welfare lands throughout the country, and by
the VJA of Greater New Yurk in New York City
Conference of Presidents of Major Jewish Organizations
Affiliated Organizations:
American Israel Public Affairs Committee
American Jewish Congress
American Zionist Council
B'nai B'rith
Central Conference of American Rabbis
Hadassah
Jewish Agency for Israel American Section
Jewish Labor Committee
Jewish War Veterans of the U.S.A.
Labor Zionist Movement-Poale Zion, Farband. Pioneer Women
Mizrachi Hapoel Hamizrachi
National Committee for Labor Israel
National Community Relations Advisory Council
National Council of Jewish Women
National Council of Young Israel
National Jewish Welfare Board
The Rabbinical Assembly
Rabbinical Council of America
Union of Orthodox Jewish Congregations of America
Union of American Hebrew Congregations
United Synagogue of America
Zionist Organization of America
Other Organizations:
American Jewish Committee
American Jewish Joint Distribution Committee
Council of Jewish Federations & Welfare Funds
United Israel Appeal, Inc.
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Friday. January 10. 196=
Emanu-El Bond Fete To Honor
"Mr. And Mrs. Jack Rabinowitz
dine anm\rrsarv Ttv not.-rl Jow i the dinner and is arranging pr
t..lk humari.it. F.mil O.rwn I Kram esi-<-ially anpfnpaat.- lo:
isn
will makr a spwrial aprarano- ai lb.' occasion.
i

and Mrs. J ''
.. in << -., | at mai j wot thy
munil <
iwer

who an-
ed that I I will be
.
If in I
-
th<- St

ted t
years
: thel en-
( ha
"
iity." h> and
haw always fell that they
lion to the commit-
in whir!, they lived, ami this
oi '
but I mt; up their
i in thi-. ti i leii'
n : of Temple Kmanu-
ii the entli nunity t
n->t onl) for what they haw
Judge Spaet Is Speaker
.,!.- H 9 let will (
I -t ipeaki : ai a luncheon noeet-
. )( th>- Miami Beach Lod
,. B': be held at 12 90
I Tueada) at the DiLido Hotel,
as anninini'C'l by Malcolm H.
mberc, lodge president. Ger-
Milk i |e of ar-
gementi Irvi itzman .-
orary pn lident
it
f
.-
ms AND MS. JACK fAB'NOWITZ
h.
( Mnine to iiiimi t" present t?**
award i" Mr and Mr*. BaMaawtti
will be Urn, David I armon. out-
..I Hi. arrhltcrta al larael*a ilrtarj
in th- Mis-Da) War who i cur-
rent!) s*-r\inc as his country*!
nrilltar) in.i m. i> it.. I nii. States,
Chairman of thr dinner is Saul
Morgan, temple and community
leader. The Committee of Patron-
Hosti ii headed b) Mi and Mrs.
Sol Goldstein Mrs Goldstein,
formei president "t the Temple
Emanu-El Sisterhood and widely
known leader on behalf of many
communit) endeavors k the
daughter of Mr. and Mrs Rabino-
witz. Their other three children,
all of whom have attained wide-
spread recognition for their com-
munity servici an David, Morris
and Tanya 'Mrs Soli Zallea.
When Mr ami Mrs Rahinowit/
came to Miami 25 .wars ago from
1" .lailelphia they founded the
Miami Diamond O i tei a family-
ed and operated business. Mr
Rabinowiti was one ol the found-
ers of Temple Emanu-KI. whtfi
he l- on the hoard of directors, and
has lerved on the budget commit-
tea, the finance committee and
many other temple committees
w nn her husbai ino-
wit/ has been active In the tei pie
other community it \
throughout th.ir '> years' n
d. r "' ..t'lii.
the i

.net
N'ationa i
iiaru I J the J
leration. of whi
tKianl memo) r for ma
which I
H< lii the T.-n
[srai I : i of State commit
U1 addition to Saul J
chairman, and Mr. and Mis
Goldstein, chairmen ol the Ci
mittee of Patron-Hosts, an- Kablu
I>hrman. Samuel N. Fniilland.
chairman of the board, and Joseph
Cohen, president, serving as hon-
orary chairmen.
The black tie dinner will be at
6 n, with cocktails at six o'clock.
Chairman Saul Morgan noted that
the occasion will be a gala even!
and will include music by the ai
Weiner Orchestra for dinner and
dancing throughout the evenl
Kabbi Lehrman noted that cninci-
dentally with the dinner in their
honor. Mr. and Mrs. Rabinowiti
will be celebratkaj their 57th wed-
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Cent. tud from P# 1-A i crease during OM next fiscal year.
kricsa nl remaini-d unusual-' dur mainly to heavy QsfSnna >\-
laM. Mr. Shard said. How- l>enditures. No new taxes or tax
h. iaM, Israel's foreign rur- increases are EJMtStlSJtlatad, ho de-
reservea fill by $100 million clared, but ha -.tress.-d the need to
thi i rrent dollar reserve of maintain present price leveki in
was expected to de- ordei in (rive Israel's export! n
bettor chance on world markets.
A bill to cxtond Israel's volun-
tary deferme loan into fiscal 1969
was prosenti-d in the Knesset and
is assured of passage. The loan
amounts to $86 million, of which
Israeli hanks an- l xpected to sub-
scribe one-tfeird and the |i neral
public the nmainiiu,' two-thirds
The sum is aliout tin- tame as that
raised last veai
I Hit By Executive Bias
Continued frm Pq 1-A I AJCommitli-c. the n l>rt indicated
a strong link between corporate
58 percent felt that a Jewish rep- promotions and m.-mliorship in ex-
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haw tioiihle meeting and Uing ,. .,
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The Powell study, financed bj mpmbership In iuch club, help, |
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Friday. January 13. 1965
Hebrew Academy Dinner Marks 21st Anniversary
"> .. aMing sir,4rtt r utf Torah
Judaism State Jack Ros. r. will be honor-it Sun-
day night at the 21s1 ann.a schol-
arshi(i dinner of tv Miami
H< : ". S bed lied foi
6 p m at the l N ;i iville Hob.
Miami Beach, the SlOO-a-couple
dinner will be prei eded by a o i n
cocktail r> ception.
Dr George s- Wise, ptesaaaat of
Tel A\i\ I afveraity, will lw the
sues! speaker at th- hanquet. ex-
pected to attract a recacd attend-
BBee >! niori- thin 1..VW |K-rsi>ns
in the Deaavtlle*a Grmad Ballreatn.
Roaei nai >! th<'

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to maintain a majoril I 8
ttudenti enrolled at the Miami
Eh m hi 1 full or tartial
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Highlight of the pro-
gram, will \* th- presentation by
Arad. my itudenl : an original
cantata baaed on th-- theme of th.'
OOl'l Bttall I maturity at
the age of -'1 Written by Rabbi
Alexander S Grow principal of
th. Academy sinci 1950, II |
Mrs Jacques Donnet.
A ong the participant! in the
program will be Samm I Abran -
pretident ->t tne Academy*! stu-
lent body; Cantor Abraham Seil
of i ngregation Knesetb Israel;
Samuel Reinhard. vici president of
th. Rabbi Max Lipschitz
of Beth Torah Congregation; Lou
Poller, dinner marshal; Oscai
Schapiro, associate dinner chair-
man. Jacob Rifkin. 21st annivi r-
lary chairman for th.- Academy;
Jacob (". Cohen, an Academy
Rabbi Ua.i-i Lehrfield
: Kneseth Israel Congregation;
Loni1- Merwttxei prei dent ol the
Hebrew Aca.i.my ar-,l assx iate
nan. and Mayor Jay
oi Miami Beach
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Hai bor Isls eph Cohen,
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Rabbi Gross Provided
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Pnnc:j>al of tho H- brew Acad-
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Alexander S Gross has been the
ovei in the raput growth
tnd nt of t he S
it Hebrew May school.
It wa 21 yean ago thai Torah
the Nations Soviets
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as i Ml imi !' a
gro :i' n! eagi i n* n form a
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and organized planning k -
showing th-- founders how the May
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Ral i i i Jross went on to
other duties, including thi founda-
tion of schools in the w i nmmu-
nitiea ol 'h. Stati ol Israel, which
was established in the same year
194s as the Greater Miami Hi
brew Acadi my.
In just two years, however, he
returned to Miami Beach to as-
sume th- position of principal of
the Hebrew Academj In those
early Mays he was also the fun raia r, public relation! man. v
utive director ami voice of the
school in the community.
Miami Beach then had less than
half of its current population, with
perhaps a thin! as many Jew- sa
today. Greater Miami was ju^t r.
tering into its period of greatest
boom following World War II
"It was an experiment." says
Rabbi Gross. "We recilvad a rather
cool reception at first from the
Jewish community, which didn't
f-el Greater Miami was r^ady for
an all May Jewish educational pro-
gram."
But Rahlii Gross and the earlv
Naders of the H. brew Acadl
would not and could not be held
back. They pointed out th "
outstanding Jewish citizen* a mid
.inly move to a community w h
they co,MM be guaranteed an in-
itional program lor
their chiidrei Thus th< mosl sig-
nificant factor in th. A
growth was th< quality ol the edu-
cation 1.1 ived th. n
Rabbi Grosi todaj explains the
philosophy of the Hebrew Acad-
emy's placi as a vibrant part !
Greater Miami It is our purpose
to prod generation of knowl-
edgeabfc well-rounded young mei
and won* n who are as at horn
their Hebraic and Jewish tradition
as they are in their American tra-
dition. There is no conflict I
education reinl a i the othi i
the) ar> compatible. Our program
at the Hebrew Academj i- baa
on a cultural plurality, much th.
san as i idsti at such gn-at in-
stitutions as Yeshiva University,
Notre Dame and KoiMham.
There is now a greater aware-
n.-ss ..I Jewish problems. anM a
consciousness "f responsibility for
the training of our youth and the
future oi our people," he noted
'"Ihere is a larger emphasis on
commitment to Jewish val
People want to know more at
their past ami heritage They want
to know the meaning of their
faith Most of all (hay are proud
of their Judaism. Just 21 years
ago. many people wanted to hide
this Today, they wear it as a
tiadge of pride."
Looking ahead. Rabin Gross
siks of the '..-.'. and wishes ol
tilll AtrXAMOft 6tOSS
Mm community v. have
-.. h nsitivt r i thosi desires I".
. .;. :: in b >l tin
community, wi ha\e ad\anced th>
my to its prest nt stati But
now th. i. i~ an urgi nt i . ing our junior and sen-
ior high school progran
simply do nut have the p|
space ti increase tl vanced
, ass.s is last ,i- the famili'-s lei M
to register th- il ) ';n. itei
"As each month pass*
mand for Hebn w I
k-ge her. increases With no Insti-
tution of Hebrew higher
south of the metropolitan North-
. ,.-i irea peo| hen' want an in-
stitution of highi-r learning to h.
establish, d on horn, p
this piiuuik only a ho;- kail .
the Academy was only a hopt
a few short years ago
"And." Rabbi (irons concluded,
we can ho|' also that the great
power that h.-airl our prayet
194N will grant the fulfillment of
this wish also
Keeping Pace With The Community
i ;m hardly tell from the
isive, ult campus
il th. Hi in ew Ai I I Bted
in the heart ot Miami !, i
24u0 Pine Tre. Drive, tnat its
physical facilities are bursting at
-
But President Louis Merwitzer
. : t I ;. ','. ....
havi t iiin t than 40
junior nigh student! who
to enroll for I 1969-70 i
i iur cha| : is used most of
touts mttvinitK
the tir:' as n im ry cla
and thi assistant principal's office
i- classroom."
At a conferei
time assoi iati in thi
ol the school. Samuel Reinhard
ai : Han.. G net, Mr. Merwitzi r
enumerated various reason
the i enrollment of the
Ai a my. "Latin Amei lea I i
M thi Hebn w v ad< my," he
said With Rabbi Gross Ian
. a spiritual (tab
way to the Jewish communities ol
South and Central Amerii i
CariM
Student! at net i
zuela, olon bia Panama the Do-
minican Republic, Barbados, Peru
and Brazil and tin total ol Latin
pupils represents more than five
thi student b
The spiritual needs ol the Jews in
i America ha\ e been '
t. n for manj yi ai i, an I wi an
now doing Bonn thing to change
ti.at plctun
Designed to express thi
role oi ii- namic i d ication and li\ -
':!' igi >l '' \i .el. :. Il ;., ... ,]
in thr.^c two-stoi struct in
terconnected by means of aourts,
ramps ami planted areas, in a va-
riety of states and at different
!. \. Is, collectively creating an air
ot warmth and unity.
Starting with a hai II ol stu-
dents in extremely limited facili-
v : apidly achieved
a synthesis ol Hi bn w
rig with a progi essiv-i
perior academic education in the
tiadition and cultui
sock i> With comph ti
. jjunioi high
high departrni nts, the .\.
sembled an outsl i
ultj Mom throughout the s^
l ) accn I by thi I
state I v pai tment
oviding pi
.th the Board ol I
II The g,.n, ral m idn
giam conforms to th. .
ol th. i mm. t ount) Board ol P ib-
lic Ins true tioi
Ii rpite of ii- rai I
on the
-oral school."
iii.ar.i ihairmaii liraaard Rom a
has piil.li. I\ called l..r a program
b] which mii eiiriilhiK-iil ol I.mm
students hiM In- [Mlllli bl I07L
lie pakata te the need far braarhea
in thi- rant developing Soatb Bade
and North It . "We have nevi i stood st I ..i
the Hebrew Academy." Mr Horn
said, and can fulfill our n
bihty to our luldr. n at I
tj oi i. bj on
both tin q i Itj
.I proarama and th.
ber ol roungsti ri foi v
duration is available "
Jack Rosen
To Be Cited
At Dinner
Honorei f..r tN- 21st a
......i f tin irea i
Miami Hebrew \ ada mj is

.. yoai i >ui : reatd
mori aft

board (
Hi ". a Jack R I
-. national!) :
i- half of T irah '
im, the State of Isra-M 8'
othei n activitiei
N'..w president <>f ciiif Anm
itkM
in of the Torah I
ban Sock t; La I
Jack K'.s.n was baa 'red. t .
the nationwtoV organtaathM wkl
supports Hebrew day sdaaota at
annual dinner in New- York Clt)
He ai : Ral '.i AJnaan I I.
current I) study tag plans
., aiional Office .f tl
Tone rah in Greater Mia-
to help speed the growth ..( .
Is throughout the South,
prim mover
i ounterpart of the Habn
Academy, the lamed Ta! riu.lu
Acadi s em began
the la: iv -i Hebrew day -bool m
the l nited States Jack i'..^.en
a r. aaran
from th Torah Umeaorah B'nal Hnth Uw
Zionist Organization of Americsj
anM other organization*.
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, they grt also solidly
:nt that this deterioration
onttnoeand even accelerate
h month k staus only kwp* th<>
ire on.
prowoa, fully oovartd in
-i re-port In this sitaop. can
n. fly stated In thKry. the
|>i war-planners, of course.
Change the present trend of
far by another huge invest-
Of North Vu-tnanu-se man
But in practice, since the
itmenl would have to
. it double Hanoi's enor-
rnnpower-m vestment of
that course M'eitLS im|NKsi-
jstly.
.r. in theory, the Hanoi w m -
iv can rebuild the eroded
It i the Vh t Cong by
. i in ]< ctiona ol North Viet-
troopa Into the hamleta
i. tn lerve u pa udo-
Mai Bui In practice, al-
i Pi I ;l watch must be
i hat course a em Impoi
fflcult.
two co iraea aro in
not open lo the Hanoi a u
,i : t hey have no real
is to halt the deterioration
jr situation In South Viet
i. whi.-h iciiii Gen. Ala in
[a mhaisartnr Klaworth Bunk-
re i todaj ami fon a
future. And if that is the
,n lui Hai is negotiating
Parti must also de-
rail progn
ed artth such an ass
n ot the preaenl itage of the
it would not easy for
ll'nsident ti> adopt the policy
' t li'-aml-run that
il Health Unit
r$ Paul Schabacker
ll T Schabacker lias u*ti ap-
k! Health Association of Daor
CoUsfe Inc. a non-profit United
Fiukf i mber agency affiliatiti
fth. Kionda Association for
II Health and the National
Hat-.on lor Mental Health He
i isoociatad Ith the San
3 i t. 11 mental ncalth A am
i the past six years.
people think Mr. Nixon will
adopt. Party |>oliticians may
clamor for scuttle-and-run. but
Presidents have a different role
to play Anil if informed that this
was wholly modlaaa, any sane
President would think twice
anout- iPttrng" Ml IMP 1)10*1 and
treasure that have been spent
Upon VU-t Nam go utterly to
waste.
No Sukstitntf
Just that information, one may
be sure, has already been con-
veyed to the President -elect, and
conveyed at his own request, fur-
thermore. What. then, will Mr
Nixon make of it? Once again.
it is wiser to refrain from empty
speculation and to stick to what
can be known with certainty.
One knows, for Instance, how Mr.
Nixon believes the war OUGHT
tn enfl, because Ik- put his opin-
ion in writing less than two years
ago.
"There are three minimum
conditions." he wrote. "ithati we
must insist upon in any negotia-
tions with the Communists: ill
North Viet Nam must stop its
aggression against South Viet
Nam; i2l .South Viet Nam's in-
dependence and freedom from
CommunlSl control must !*
guaranteed, and t.'i' there must
be no (toward for the aggressors
I realise that talk of victory i>
urifnshion,.oic today, but there
cart he rtu substiruu- for victory
when the objective is defeat of
Communist aggression."
There is no reason to tupposa
that Mr Nixon has changed this
opinion in any material degr.-e
There is (Mainly no reason t >
suppose, either, that he aspires!
be th'- tirst President in history
to lose an American war. Ir-,
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LEGENDS OF oik TIME*
Bj ELIB WIESEL






4
4
In I'nki- Alxith." tin Sayings
. the Fathers, Bi n Bag Bag
nil "Turn it Ithe Torahl ami
urn it for all i- In II and grow
i. j and "lit In It ,,." This w ree
as boon Interpreted to Include
tagc thai constant re-
fadings "i the Torah will give
additional insights Into its
rigs.
. arc 13 \ :.: Ites or es
Li aeswls ml Oar flaw
Wit scl iHolt. Rin< I u I A
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: foi : Bar Mitzvah class
itioi
-int. 804-50 Wlnt. -
si w Atlanta Ga
i hapti i i- ably told by one of
our most apabli win. rs. There
irrations <>f incidents in hLs
early !if.' in Hungary, "f experi-
ences In \ schw it/ and of his
search for an answi r to the qis >-
tion, "WhyT" In relation to the
holocaust. Towc i ing over all
others in significance in the con-
cluding. hapter, A Plea tor the
'I"!-,- ii th. brief, poignant
ami most r. levant ai t of the
Kik It deserves rc-n ailing.
In muti I and
''. ii -.1 has
SI t Hit i :
I't to pS (Nil ||>"ZP th.'
r\
Is and
who

lati it : i imi ; i -
,
incenl
ami th- ir bcqi i< nci to the
potinsel of their < ler* w ho
.1- 111 *i in the
fit \ !! I itl -. Mill p -
.. s has r l ii h-'M n
ibli foi thi death of
.1. -!<. i i\.! m ai -. famlm -
employ nlent they were
thought to embody evil; now they
an held n spoi slbk foi I hi Ir o* n
Thus we si i thai the
Ji wish problem is i game w u u
i Aes .u .i i4cf>gfH' winS.
1 nlj th. ili ad are the losers."
He then adds that ho prefers to
!> ns job, who chose questions
and silence and not ''answers and
speeches "
Wiescl does not propose Ignor-
ing the questions but he abhois
the answers, because lie contends
that there are none. He himself
has been struggling for '-"fl years
to find an answer, For him.
Auschwitz represents the hank-
ruptcy of L',000 years of Christian
civilization. During the Middle
Ages, those J.'ws who chose
death believed that they'lied for
the sandthTication "f Clod's name.
but, at Auschwitz, the sacrifices
were without point, without di-
vine inspiration, if the suffering
of one human being has any
thai 'it six million has
nni
The
Nazis \v i bj R osi
\i it, i ill I i- nhowi r and
tin (hristl I We
.ili. en matoi la wei
ulati il
takei II CJet
. I. ...
Betwci '. the
; ind l
bet' v I 11
and the
I final liq tidal ion, the
world 1.......i \"l-
.iric> ,i mat '' i" man. The
world's leaders knew whal was
in l nathl *
One can n ad ol Arthui Zii
m's s ni nil-, and of the Rebbe
in Warsaw and of thus.' who
foughl the Nazis In the camps
and catch a glimpse of what was
ng on while the world con-
tinued with business as usual
The lesson tor the Jew is to !
found In Hillel's phrase, It I am
not for myself, who will be .?"
The w.ii id has wilfully forgotten
the six million The world is pre-
pared to forget another genocide
because it is Indifferent to the
Jew and his fate.
How should we today make
sun' that the 2,350.000 Jews in
Israel will not i' sacrificed it
the name >>f Go\ Scranton's pro-
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I for the third annual OWi
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itlve llrectoi "I th
i'ion.
I9R9 i ih h Re :' scheduled
u foi I (V I
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In July.
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Jeeueak in was once more la Jew-
ish hands in thf Rummer ol 19GX.
tin cond i 'l.-ii Regel took plai
ami was hail, .1 a- ,i- added link In
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tradition "
Beginning 17 th 1969
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Sicily and the G Is to
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Israel
Ji tab m
r tbbut nik" in I N<
tht- toldiei oi th Goiai H
t,. the unlinai> mi n. won l
children <>f Israel w/hoai simple
eourajfe in thi ir .T7i> -tn-.lay lift i-
nn Inspiration to all thf world >>(
The i:i oup a III board the S S
Theodore Ili-r/l in Haifa f"i the
return trip with Marseilles as
thin destination Prom Marat
they will tour the French Riviera.
\ kiting, th lam irtlst Cha
as well as Monte Carlo, the Italian
lti\ ihe cities --I Bi>l >Kna.
Venlci Ini sbi ik Bai I then
Luxembi i let t -,. > w...
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llij;ht to N.i and Ml I
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Miami. Florida Friday. January 10. 1969
Section 3
Principals in the Bar Mitzvah Anniversary
dinner-dance ol Temple Beth Am at the
Sheraton Four Ambassadors, are (from left':
Alan B. Kessler. dinner chairman; George
Malin, president of the South Dade syna-
gogue; Rabbi Herbert Baumgard. spiritual
leader of Temple Beth Am who was honored
at the black tie function, end J. William
Baros. chairman of the conqregatlon's cap-
ital funds commi.tee. The aifair celebrated
the 13th anniversary of Temple Beth Am
end of Dr. Baurr.gard's spiritual leadership
for the 900 families who comprise the con-
gregation.
CJA Homo Furnishings
I nit To Hoar Diplomat
Z.\
: .,. .'. u -'i Ubei a-
. h i >t the
... Washii -I"-
speak ai the Initial Gi I
Irs .i Fui nfcth-
if th Gn at* i Ml
Prat 1969 <
- tup al-Isi ael En* i -
thrraton-1
.- lors Hoi Ju: -'.'
Richards I>
eni Store an t Maxwell H.
.. > ol Jordan Marsh, who
.>t the HonM Fur-
. (,i, i k Mercantile
i i- thai mote than
I to
. 12:30 p.nt lum heon In

I i Jeffersoi
Leviu Furaitun I i
V m I in Lighting
,i Carpel
. Mail and I fl
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chairmen
ol th H
mi t tee are Lo \ I .1 WI
ros. Ji Han Stanlej
Janus.,! N I) Mai l>
L>a
- i. Hai -. > s \ .
Ed Sa on. .li I iplro.
Edith Irma
and Nelson /
Both Mi Lip In and Mr. Wels-
blatt last y* ai wet pm nted with
m.%. i cups bj the Greatet Ulan I
Jewish Federation In appreciation
for their many v >'s ,; devotsd
sen F u.ir -
i tup
Heart Transplant
Ethics b Topic
Ai Temple Israel
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Theologians
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al the Unlven ittsburg who
has often attracted national atten-
tion with hia statements on n -
hgiun. Negro-Jewish i and
th> r timely topics Hi
hia Mast r : T- Ph.D.
degrei i from Han L'nivi rsitj
and has aerved as lecturer in phi-
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Friday, faniiary 10. 1969
Paqa 3-t
Rifkin Named Chairman Of Histadrut Meet
JACOB WlfKIH
Kneseth Israel To
Install New Slate
Milton K:ihn. Miami Beach com-
munity leader, will installed u
!! Milt ill ill tin' RlHHlh Isiail
<'.nirreifjitaon. 1415 Kik-IkI Am .ii
M-rvicea mi Saturday
Miami K'ai'li Maym Jay IVr-
m. r ami Kabbi IH\ ni EaFhrfipM,
tin' lonxrrKation's spiritual U-adrr.
w ill iwrtietpaU' in the evmnoohv
Alsn being in^talli il an David
^ isonstcln. IxMats Abrants ami
Harry (met. vice pn aidentS; Hi n-
lamin vYrinbrrg, treasure!; Joseph
Hoffenhci;:, ruin iiii ii Sum
Weiner hnaiii ml v. i. t.11 > Sam
(oldbeTg, iffordlug secretary;
Max Lcbowtta, ao-wconJInR hot-
tary, and Jacob Sachs, chairman
ui tin Tahnud Tnrnii
A KkMuah will FoHow "' In-
stallation
MIAMI bk\ Council baa
V:.r- I !' :i h .11. hitCCl
Mill I Is l.lpldll*- tl> lll-s|l'II till'
, ..v (Hihkvi Community fYn-
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Mi rid tan Avenue.
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Appointment or Jacob Rifkin.
Miami Brnch rommunal loader, as
chairman of the fourth annual
' International Mid-Winti r Confer-
ence i Ui. American Histadrut
Development foundation os an-
nounced 'ins u,, k D> William H
Sylk oi Philadelphia, national
chairman of the organization
I'1" c 'i lavi a ill 1- m. Id Fi ii
19 at Hi.' 1 lainol 1 ii,,1, 1
itii an anticiiMtrd attendance ol
'""" Latin American
iimi Amerii an ,li tvish communitj
ad< is \:, Sylk said
The national <,, n for
II.....onomle i onfi n nee in Israel
hiS Wl i'l. .1.....; ..,, .. ,| !,, [), Sol
Sti in ol New ) ..1 k national i v cu-
llve viii- chairman of th. Histadrul
Foundation. They will stay In Is-
rael for two weeks preparing spe-
cial material for the Mid-Winter
Conference here and othei activi-
ties ui 1 he foundation
Chairman of Ihe South Florida
Reception Slated
For Halberetam
Mr ami Mrs Irving Miller. 2305
l-aki Avr Bunet Island, will lust
a iwnl'luu honoring i>a\ni Hal-
baratavi fnlaHsinj; his ai>|iearam-t-
at Tempi.- n.-h Shotam Saturday
i ening.
Author and VM Nam war cor-
rrafjoainR, Mr Halberatam win
s|wak at Beth Sholom on "Viet
Nam The Making i'f a Quag-
mire" under tlv auspices ol the
T mple's Culture ami Fine Aits
1 mitti. Mis David Drurki r,
Jan S Knopke and Judge Harry
Arthui Cireenberg are corhairmen.
Council on Medical Services ami
Vocational Training in Israel. Mi
I'.lfkm is a member Ol the national
board of me Histadrut Founda-
tion, an active member of Temple
Beth sholom ol Miami Beach, and
has been a leader in numerous re
ligioui and civic causes in Wilkes-
Barre, Pa as well as in Gn
Miami A \ ice |m lick nt ol the
' In ater Miami Hebrew \,
he is chairman ol its 21st anniver-
sarj i ommitto Mi Rifkin serves
as presidenl ol trw local unit of
American Technion Societj and is
a national leader ol both State ol
Israel Bonds and the United Jew-
ish Appeal.
Knsi vice presidenl ol lh< South
Florida Chapter of th.- Arm i i< u\
Friends ol the Hebn m i niversitj
Mr Rifkin has be< n i frequenl
visitor to Israel He has wol ki il
< losi ]> with Rabbi 1>hki Kroinsh. tional. medical ami cultural BCtlvl
national vice Uresident of His- tn-s of Histaili ill in Israel througl
tailmt, in expanding activities of .i,,. .....i,, ,.
,i. >: .. "" roumialion suue it a~
the Histadrut Foundation.
augurated In Miami i^ at h i igh<
M.-ie tiian $11^00,000 has beei ears ago under th. leadership o
raised for the kmg-ranse educa- Rabbi Kronish Mr Sylk reported
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* A/*/ fhrirfiir
Friday. January 1C 19t"
Rabbi Maxwell Berger ileft). spiritual leader oi Temple
Zamora, Coral Gables, congratulates Louis Alweiss. philan-
thropist and communal leader, who was elected the new
president of the Temple.
Seymour Samet Scheduled To Address
Greater Miami Chapter, AJCommittee
ir SameT. national dirtv- Jewish Committee at s ]i m. on
tor of Intergroup Relations and Wednesday in the Plaza R
lal Action of American Jewish North of the Dupont Plaza Hotel
mitteewi Ireat- 7!h,r;,i.,r'. 'h" ~'::'~ '''"'' *? an''
, ~ His world, the mcctint: \\ ill h.iw
r Miami Chapter of American a> lu ,0..K. Th(. J Cltj
Mr San* t. formerly xecutive
director of AJCt Florida Area
left in 1964 to Join the
Tack Foro which
trurture of the Com-
Servta in W
in:'"n He then served as director
of Programming, Evaluation and
Devetopn* nt ol the Comm
Relat iii Sol\!(> until hi- re1 in
to taff ol tin- Ann : i' an J< w -
ish < tteeai national lin I
of Intergroup Relations and Social
ion.
A sociologist, Mr. Sam. t holds
maNti i> degree from the Univer-
sity of Miami and has done doc-
toral work at Columbia University
and tin New School for Social Re-
search.
In his i>osition as director of
Sirmou* SAMET Intergroup Relations and Social
Rosenberg Brothers
To Be Honored By
Free Loan Group
Ros nberg
: recipients of a
rkos
educati
ol thi Lubs
ti an an-
\ ectoi

The i: will be
t i >r their
and
".' w orh Mer-
it
Set ;;> I -. : R >- ::! i p five
in the Mcrkos Frae l.oan
.. has rttati it .t. d free
loans totaling more than $10,000
In the period of its idati
' ilit i Korfl i>ointe out that th flexible policies of the
loan committee have enabled the
association, the only one of its
kind in Miami Ut-ach. to come to
the aid oi hundreds of persons in
need In some cases, ho said, the
aid of the association was instru-
mental in preventing despair and
i ven suicide" and has helped set up
activi businesses which are now
"thriving enterprise -
The work of the Merkoa FYei
Loan Association is supported by
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the \AJon\an s LXJorUi
ejewilslli Flor Idian
Fr-.dnv. Januarv 10. 1969
Paqe 5-B
Mizrachi Women's Organization Groups
Announce Plans For January Meetings
Chapteri >>f Mterachl Women's i meeting and part party for l
Oi cation >i America h ive p m Monday, January 20th .it tho
planned varied progranu for theii home of Esther Solomon, 1137
January Meetings Are Slated By Groups
Of Miami Beach Chapter Of Hadassah
January meeting*

Mra Simon April, president of
the Avtea chapter has announced
Women's ORT
Sets Luncheons
A Kfan to Mai panel program
will be preavnU'd at a luncheon
meeting of the Ocean Harlmr
( Women's American ORT,
nt II 30 a.ri' Tueada) in Ihe Red
Dining Room, Harbour
lionsi South li idi I in the panel
will U- the Ri'\ Luther C Pierce
moderator; Re* Daniel Home,
i: ibU I ugene I abovitz of Temple
N< r Tamid and Msgr. Joseph
i Shi a.

Tin Gulfstream Chapter ni
I a children's fashion show at
11 30 'i m. Tues la] In the Holidaj
i aiat Si and Collins Avc
'. la ni Beau h I va i kpskj at I
Mona Holt/ ai res
ei*\ati
Sisterr.ood Book Review
S w 5th SI Mi imi
Mra Herman Shaw, president o(
the ll-t genera] meeting for Th trsda)
January 16th
Hatlkvah chapter ; planning its
"Mothers In Isr lunche .n for
Thursday, January 23rd at the
Mayor u I Mrs la) I ler-
met Mrs Hyman Kolko president
I the group will show lsra< li
films th it we e I ki n bj hi r on
her'recent tour ol Israel On Tues-
l i> Janoarj 38, at the home of
Mr- Leonard Rosen, a gala lunch-
eon will be given by Mrs Ro
honoring members "f all thi
Mi/r -h. eh iptet i who have pli
ed and g van Schol u ihips En-
: I linment and in tar leli sp
er will highlight this .if: i
c
Kinm-ri't ihapti r held Its
m Wedi I ) it Tern-
/. imora Mrs Morris S
pp up
Ral b Dai id Ruaenfeld oi !' th
Moahe Congregation will review
the b ok, H I ween Parent a:l
Child by Di Haim Ginot, w
the Sisterhood ol I [regation
meeti Rt B IS p n M the
Pops Boi bal Hall The n Igto fUmlsm
aaje win be lelivercd bj Mra general meeting
!: ..... I Mrs Sidnej Schoen January 23 it
Mi Rachel Katz Laufi r
.'.cut ol Miami Bsbcsi i haptar. will
condui i the m eting l i m Tin s-
la) it W ih nsrton Fedei il, 12th
nd w mhington Ave
MffS. CHAKLIS SMOW
Leadership Event
Set Next Week
Th.- featured guest speaker at
tho I9t>9 Leadership Development
Institute sponsored by the Florida
Women's Division, American Jew-
iah Congress Monday and Tueada)
will !* Mrs. Charles L Snitow,
national president of the \\'on* n's
I h ision.
Workshop seminar sessions will
be held at the Belle Plaza Apts .
20 Island Ave., Miami Beach, from
10 a.in. to 3 p.m Monday and will
cover Israel and International Af-
fairs, the Urban Crisis, and Ni .
Jew Iah Relations
At the Monday luncheoi session
Mis. Carol Fishman, staff assist-
ant, Greater Miami Coalition, will
speak on 'Accomplishments, Prob-
and Goa of the Miami Co-
alition "
Leading the workshop semii
will l' Mrs SnitOW and Mrs
Marc. Chanin national vice presi-
dent, Women's Division Vnother
national vice pn si lot i Mrs Irv-
ing is Kaplan, who is president oi
Florida's Women's Division, will
be presiding ohairman for the In-
ititute.
Tuesday at 1 p.m a community-
wide reception will t held at
Temple Beth Shoolm. 41 li c
">' in Mrs Snitow's honor.
Tin Miami Beach
Harlassah has announced plans foi
the van
saga.
The laraeH Group will hold its
regular meeting at the Algiers
Hotel Monda) n ii The prog
nas !>. en ai i ai gi d b) Mi Philip
Kaplan A movie, "Children ol the
I Ixodus," will Im' pn sented, r 11
rated b) Zero Mostel Mrs |
Westin is president.

Tioaauia Haaae Graop "ill hold
its regular meeting at 12:30 Mon-
day In the North Bldg., 7529 E
Treasure I>r A panel discussion
on the current Middle Kast situa-
tion, moderated by Marjorie Zim-
met, Zionist affairs chairman, and
Henny Reckler, American affairs
chairman, will follow
Ba> llurlmr (iroiip will hold its
regular meeting at the Bain
Hotel Monda) at n 30 a m The
program will include "The Inter-
esting Woman" by Christine Kurt/
a Carnegie Institute instruct
and a regular luncheon will In
served Mrs Benjamin Steinmul-
lir .- pn il lent.

Slialiuna Oroop will hold itl
' ins at nooi T lesdaj
111 the .
will h
,- Mrs Rose Gai
. >i no- p> i
Thi Esther Oroop w
tingal
. in will be served Pub
i- Mrs Isabi lie 1
Mi s Mk hai I Feinsteu
k

The Chapter Book Ri i tew .
hold its third session at the A I..
Hotel at 1 30 p m Mon i
20 Mrs. Bea Welnstein will re-
view Nicholas and Ail
b) Robeii K Massii
*
Th.' Porte Tower- Oroop wil
hold its regular meeting at 1 ;
Monda) in the audit
North Building Refreshments
Ik served Mrs Rebecca Israi
publicit) chaii mai pi si I" -
Mrs S) l> ia I >:< .
Y Social Singles Club
Thi So, liI Singli s Club ol I
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at ,t Surpi is' Evening" in-
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Friday.
10. 1969
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Two yesm asjss -tn-n Dr. Ashcr M ilk- irxi
his Doroth> h.ul :i uro.tt holid.is ^et-iosjethcr
party wryhodx had wall i goad tin** they
suggested ili.it it Ik- an annual event But bast
th. Asters wen iwaj m II had to wait
until th ~ y. :ir Tiny fOl I CMC of Champagne
and t.incy doodads to :,> ,ti* H pattered their
Friends jether and everybodj had p
No no wen in th- i>l ju-t water; no
nv n or tilers- n, but there dnl loom to be
more t Ikcrs than listeners It was i friendly.
ogenial crowd thtve of the mmb teach
prknar) grades i tiw lame ichooL
Among th, guests ee Mr and Mm 1 i)
U-h w, Mi and Mm. David Kates, Dr and Mm
Mori Halpern, Ifn H> Sab (H> was hmc with
tl.- flui Mr. and Mm. Charles KrugUek, Mr. inri
Mn Harold Mr and Mrs Jack Freen in, Mr and Mr*
Berl Sager and Mr and Mr* Jerry Laub
HOW MWY MONTHS Tll.l. Al (.1ST?
siv .1. j Fri -dland and Michael Singer will be
nting the days because th I is when the}
be married Michael gavi Shelley her ring
while the) were both home from the University
Florida during the holidays And her parents
would be appropriate t,> have an en-
i emenl part) befbn thej wen! back to school,
. the) rushi iround like mad making tin
rv ni l.. be truthful, Jei r> gets
edit I I S ed and died. I
was. no tin send out im itations S
band c iterer and th.'
flooi ii l S n xcd for the
, rsl i ; -
it.
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in I I
II':- right
D I Mr>
D
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M i. : M Mich IS is-un, Mi ind V H
ents, Mr and M
Siru*r. his gi i Mi s Ft
I M' I fei man Kagan, Mr
M i M 'i Mrs i ie >i Wi i
\li 'I.: M .1 nc< P ind Mi and Mi -
("h irl
SKI l S III N \ KARS
Foi : Am e S itin lr is
N'auti is Junioi High School, watch-
: k Is .i- the) grew u|
i 'it th love her an) w a) 11 v
M ire k aUo te icher she h is
fi'llov i... sit) >>: Pennsylvani i and
I Working toward her doc-
loriti ni Russian literature at th.- Sor-
she even n I to sneak in a month
iiii--. i, Home "ii vacation, Maids is now
sneaking in is n uch sun as possible along with
,11 the nan. rs she has to write before going back
lO COlll gi
BIG Bl'BIXES* HEBE
Maybe m) age is showing. Tlwro saams to
.....t ol mamlpaiwills every time I turn
ound Each year at Tbankagtving time, Ruth
,,n.l Mkhai Frankrl, who live right in the heart
Ol Manhatl n. a Mock from Central Park Wast,
me to Miami to celebrate their wedding
annivenry with Ruth's parents, Dr. and Mrs.
i Spin i But this year was different. The
Spirers wenl to celebrate the Frankels' fourth
anniversary Thanksgivinc and th.- birth of their
Eric Ruth's sister came in from
American L'nivci n Washington, D.C.. to help
with ih h-insj and ib-tng, too
now DOKM IT Il.ni. TO BO HIJACKED?
jusi isk h\ Luck, h> was coming homi
: (tends
entl) I
ii
,, ho is-as 1I ng in th b k with his youn :
daughter, asked Joey what ho was tajiinc^ in
school. When In- replied. "Business." ttw* man
ukad, "Why don't you lake political science and
OfVe the inequalities of the world?"
None of the panengers exe.pt tlv.se in the
back had an inkling any thine was wromr until
several minutes before they were due to 1 ind,
two Russian MU; planes became visible on either
sick oi their aircraft Joey, who was sitting over
the wmg. asked i slewaadcsa, Are we going to
land .--.M.ii"" She replied, "Yes in (OOr minutes."
"In Cuba?" he asked And the reply whs "Yes."
Joey's girl, pretty red-haired Wendy was at
the airport t.. meal his plane When it didn't
cone in. she called his mother, Carolyn, who in
turned phoned his father, Manny. Joey's brother,
G gie, and sister, Judy, kilned their parents in
front of the TV, and thej' I stened anxiously to
all the radio reports as well i- telephoning the
airport at regular intenals. When Joey came In
, ment. The fellow passenger who hid idvtsed rum
i.i take political science was the hijacker who
had thrown a note Into the stewardess' serving
area, containing his d< mind-, to l>e ri I lyed to
tin captain.
AT LAST SHE SECRET IS Ol T
Several weeks a.... invitations t>>i cocktails
and dmn.r at West\ie Country dub wen
ed from "Youi Myster) Hosts M ami Beach
Ari ind Jackie The questii n ol who was giving
the i' rl y was d si about everyw hi
i ard tables, on the goll course in Ihe beaut)
Man) gUi-s-s.
When Frida) night th night ol I part)
he club a as decoi ated ith
-.
- I'll.' '! -1-
wen th b) four
n Greek i who hai
. .. for I
.... ring for 1
'
II carts were also
. eek, and included stuffed grape leaves and
Gre< So host or hostess came into
iiui ii.. ktails everyone was gw -
I betting on their identity When they went in
in dinin i. ach "f ih. i in \ r< plica centerpiei es
on th i : ie examined. And
then Bruno, West\iew's fam I i dented
got up to make an announcement He
the > .I ht had jus) on:, into port and the
host and hostess were arriving In walked Ari
'. ichting cap, blw blazei and ascot. "Jackie"
wearing i white trench coat and sporting long.
black hair was with him. The mystery was
solved! Max and Norma Matz, who had mingled
with the guest- all during the cocktail hour,
w.re the secretive pan Dinner was an extenua-
tion of the Greek theme the food included bala-
kava and Greek cookies for dessert.
Among th. guests were Mr. and Mrs. Leonard
Abees Mr and Mrs. William Weintraub, Mr and
Mrs Julius M. Rosenlierg. Mr and Mrs. Robarl
Z. Greene. Mr and Mr-. Stephen KptUein Mr
and Mrs William Singer. Mr and Mrs. Harold
Landiietd, Dr. and Mrs Stanley Frehling. Dr.
and Mrs Edward Caller, Dr. and Mrs David
Nathan, Mr, and Mrs. iiaron (U' Hirseh Meyer.
Mr. and Mrs Joseph St.-in. Mr and Mrs Philip
i.i fkowitz and Mr. and Mrs. Alexander Rubin.
Then there were Mr. and Mrs Sam Blank.
Mr and Mis Keid Meyer, Mr and Mis. A Her-
bert Mathes, Mr and Mrs ciem Meyerson, Mr.
ami Mrs. Bernard Wagner. Mr. and Mrs Joseph
Weintraub, Mr. and Mrs M Tria Lomaskln, Mr,
and Mi- Nathan ) umeniek. Mr and Mis S
l evenson Dr. and Mrs Lewis Capland, Mr and
Mrs l i nan. Mr ind Mrs Isadore Hi
I Mi- \I Silvi
part) "Ai Lie"!
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Paqe 7-B
Gneafl Lecturer \i Beth Torah
I >i S*ll8 Ar.li i a ill be the
i., si it. i um in the third in the
s^ii,s Judaism .*>*'thv World
Tpday." pomorcd bj th) Cultural
<>in111111 .! i,ui. to be held '' s M p.m.
Thursday, Jan I*. the sanctu<
Teekniim Women
Hetuberskip Fete
Thf annunl lannbership meet-
ing <>i Uw Miami Chapter >>f the
Women's Division ol Technion is
tcheduJed foi 10 ) a m. Fri I
Jtn 17. m Ihe main iiiditoi im of
, | .; \ rowers 1809 Brick) II
U
ram wilI
i. ih> show inn "i slid) a ol Isi
and Ihe T rhnloi na it***! bj
. on the
in Ihe
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l>i ofi ss" 'i "i htstorj s<
krrsit; "i Mia
m III b)
l......- S) hwai tzn i H *|>i-
i .,: : Mrs M I'-m
will i- I bj Ihe
M,M| Vm Goklbri Rae Ro-
sk< i Morris
. ius Pi ip|i Miki Baskin,
Snector and Joel ft
Rhode Island Club Meets
The RhoaV Is and Club : < !r> .>'
i Miami will hold ii< rrgurai
" onthl) meeting al 7 p m S
i |ri tin- U.i-.hu r', } i i :, i al
itorium al 1234 Washington
\\. Miami Beach Follow ,
i >here will i
imei nls w ill be
: !>. Kcrnesi
your best bet
for racing
For the llrst tin
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play the lit PFECT **
payoffs have hit five and
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PERFECT* pick the one-two
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Proicsaoi ol American History
.it Buffalo siai. ( ruveraity, Dr.
Adler is the author "i numerous
books and articles, including, I--
rael, Its Rote Ln Clvitisatten,"
Kidiii AaiHt to Suburbia,.....lite
Uncertain Giant. American For-
eign Policy Betwmen the Wan,"
and Franklin I). Roosevell ami .
the N ar Eaat." He is a contribut-
ii.: .lit.ir of "Judaism."
CARIH Unit
Meets Tuesday
Th) l. rbrr i 'hapti i ol ih,- i "hil-
- \s\ i Ri scai h Instil
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its first ,, imc ,,i the
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Plans tot Lorber's Brunch-
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Mall, 5850 N. Kendall Dr South
Miami at 11 a.n 21,
mill I- pletiil Mis iierakl
Klugerman hi auction chairmai
Mis Ralph I Idn) r is brunch
Jiairman, Mrs Robert Garvett is
ticket i.i.i man ami Shellej n.-i-
tit/ w hi I mi er
Ufred Parker Is
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Rabbi Meilech Silber left principal ol the Yeshiva of Eastern
Parkway, Brooklyn. N Y which was destroyed by anti-
Semitic vandals, receives the key to the city from Miami
Beach Mayer Jay Dernier who said that the presentation
was c::i expression of folidanty between the Jewish citizens
ol Miani. Beech and their corehqionists in New York.
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Saturday, Jan. 11th 1969
8:30 P.M.
Tickets Available of fhe
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KM Each
Studen. Ticket- SI.50
Beaefa Opti-Mrs.
The Opti-Mrs Club ol Miami
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Tuesd i) Mi s Jim t n m
i- program chairman and Mrs
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Friday. January IS 1969
musui
WOMAN OF THE WEEK
R -
A..- a
ts now -
Siste:* i

1 ^cre on the
n and Mr. lart \ .
lay with M
.: i". They also did benefits, on
^ame one> with Fanfl) Bnce.
:i Berle and
Baby Ros Mane
All of this went on in Brookhn
where Muriel was born and there-
abouts Her mother was one of
the stage mothers, always with her
girls Then came the da> when -Muriel had a screen test
?.d a to go to Hollywo->d But Papa put his foot down
That :s the a ay that families are broken up." he asserted.
1 .vant to be known as Michael Goodman not the father of
a screen star and I want my family to stay together "
So Sophie, his wife decided noi to be a stage mama
anymore Then too. the birth of another sister. Renee.
made it hard to take the girls back and forth to their
commitments. Muriel did modeling for Pacific Mills. She
was flown to where they were having a fashion show and
modeled the childr%ns clothes At this time she was taking
ballet lcss.jn> The teacher wanted her to stay off of her
toes and come back when she was ten to be his protege.
But Muriel didn t go back whm she was ten Instead she
contracted polio and was out of the swin* for a few years.
At M\u-en she resumed heT radio acliviues and also did
commercial photography modeling for John Powers
She met her Bob when she was taking a liberal arts
course at night at Brooklyn College. She had seen him in the
odde-t place.- during the three years before they had their
first date, on the subway, the tube, on the street in a store
They finally met in the Adirondacks vacationing They were
there for two weeks. Bob was some salesman Two weeks
after that they were married. Bob went into the service,
the South Pacific and Muriel went home to live with her
folks When their first anniversary arrived Munal spent it
alone Bob was in New Guinea Muriel sold bonds and work-
ed in the I'.SO. The group she worked with was called
WIVES. Bob came out of the service and they had a
daughter, Michael Ann Michael Ann is now teaching in
Medford. Oregon. She loves the Northwest with it's skiing
and riding and wide open spaces But back to when she
was fifteen months old. They moved to Miami. At once
upon his arrival in Miami Bob invested in a business. In
two weeks it went kerplunk and thev were at the bottom
of the heap. But they were young and started all over agaia
Muriel worked for her husband They went out very" seldom,
just when Muriels mother was visiting and would baby-
sit while they went to a movie. It turned out to be a regular
Horatio Alger story for Bob Russell.
While their daughter was a small. Muriel was active
in P.T.A. Sunday School at Temple Israel came next and of
course the Sisterhood She helped with Cedars of Lebanon
Hospital when it first appeared on the scene. While Bob
was traveling. Muriel began to braille books for the blind
She became the Braille chairman for Temple Israel's Sister-
hood
Bob became chairman of the Combined Jewish Appeal
Campaign of Greater Miami He went into it with his heart,
soul and money Muriel went with him when he went on
the Leadership Mission to Israel a short time ago. She
became completely engulfed in the land of her history She
lost her perspective and cant realize that there is any
other place in the world beside Israel.
Muriel insists that Bob is a much better cook than she
is and she always turns to him for decisions when it con-
cerns food. They like to entertain a lot and at home Bob
finds that it is easier to have house guests when he wants
! talk busn.t ss Recently they have given up their DOUM
and mo\ed to the King (ole Bob loved the view from the
terrace If possible he would hive just rented, the view-
but the i v ml tb it
Muriel )..:- accepted her btubandi participation in om-
She known bow -
for him her by h
activity with h m Her
charm delightful
person to be with Her unl
P. b would n I iv-s in bis t'U-.:
a wonderful wife.
v\.
MM. BAKT NOJOWITZ
Joan (.. Feldman
And Hurt Xototcitz
Repeat Their \ ons
At thi Di| I Count ..
Saturday. Jai i i 7 p.n cere-
mony performi d I y Rabbi M
mom it/ bl I.' on Kro-
r.ish ma.! Joai Carol K'-ldman the
w ife of Hart Notow it/.
The bride, daughter of \ir. and
Mrs Sam FHc'.miin. 1055 Fairway
Dr.. Mia grad Hlted from
Miami B St nior High School
and Miami Dade Junior College,
ami attended the University of
Miami. Hit husband, the son of
Mr ami Mrs. Paul rfotowftz, 2901
N Bay Rit. Miami Reach, gradu-
ated from Miami Reach Senior
Hiuh School and the University of
Florida.
The bride, who Besetted a high-
nccked. long-sleeved A-line lace
dress and earned a bouquet of
whKe roses, chose Mrs. Judy Kn-
tun to serve s matron of honor:
her rrraid of honor was Susan
Schneider ami bridesmaids war*
Carole Kaiser, Anna I.ee Green-
bere. Retsy Grtuatstag and Mrs.
Nick! Grossman
Harry Kutun served as best man
anil Lloyd Schneider, Brad Konlo-
witz. Larry Kvidman. Scott Noto-
witz. Gene Howard. Barry French-
man. Artie August. Paul Robin-
son, Michael I^mdon and I>r Joel
Grossman ushered.
After a reception at the Diplo-
mat Country Club, the couple left
for a honeymoon in Nassau. I'pon
their return they will make their
home in North Bay Village.
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Kathy Drinker Heroines Bride
Kathy Reth Dl'.ckn and Rflberl
I.ynne were married ui a ci remoav
performed by Rabbi Leoa Kroniah
at Tempte, Reth StaoJom >f Miami
Reach at noon Sunday. Dec 23 A
cocktail reception ami chanijia^iK-
luncheon followed In the Cotillion
Room oi the I ,i, n Rot Hotel
The daughter of Mr and MM
David Dfucker, 700B TtouWIIs Ks-
ptanade, Miami Beach, the bride hi
a graduate "f Miami Beach Senior
High School and iv in her hinlor
year at the Univerait) of Florida
School of Education Her husband.
th' son of Mr and Mrs
I.ynne <>f Miami Beach, is a senior
at the iniversity of Florida i-w
School, when- ho ts a member of
the honorary legal Irati rmt\
Kor h-r iresJdhkg, the bridi
a gown of candlelight silk |N-au nv
aote and beaded ANncon lace fea-
turing a high aaoop ikackllne, three-
quarter lencth BleeVW and ,i v, is
full chapel train. A triple tier of
French illusion fell from her
matching AJencon ia-e headpli
She was .i*t. -i, : by br sister.
Vh ki Dnicker. maid of honor, in
a slei vrless i
ernptn ity* tosm witr. i ih I
triple bow ..,: e Hi i
Ut) Aj Kn
Debbie Real Ick Sue Pugn i
S suui I' i r> in i ep rosi
It sat v i" i,i, ith f
groom s mother and the mta
ttn bride choai soft thadea .f p
to compl) .:i nl th- brl sma:
outfits
The gn a n*i brathar, I "har' -
'->' t st mar; usft. rs
K brtd< brotm i Andn
Drurki i Rk | ai Sadou Foal Ro-
si nbiatl .. i Su Uoui an.
Among i t if-town ggi
wi re Mr .. I Mrs Prank Lyni
Ix>n: Island \Y Mr and Mrs
John Weiner White Plains \v
Mr and Mrs Richard Janov. r.
N'eu York i it\ Mr and Mrs At-
Schulrz, Jen j ; and
Mr aiMl Mrs. Knd I-'.- ibelD i f
New Jersn \
The rouph wi at homi
Gainesville after a honcyv jon tri|
to New York City.
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iday. January 10. 1969
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band Rep '
thai ol Mrs Sam Bla
la;is chaiiniHi
r | !i> ra had i
at
Mrs David J Light in a
.l\t i beaded brocade Mri Jacob
kin had laml of silver |e -
the di col<'to neckliiM
i a hit** gown. Mrs .' i
Ink i hiffon had a (ew< I
u ; i dice. A geometric
, nut in flamingo, green and > -
' was the choice of Mra. Jack
Popick
Th' CTi""l linstiss of tiM Hal!.
Mn Benjamin 'Anna Brenner)
Meyers, topped her onibred blue
i nilfnn with a floor li-rtKtli
matClassc coal. Mrs. Km I Slon.
asM ia a pale lemon lace n--
ktered with Rold lame.
Golil arul apricot were <-ombiiwii
In the decolctse k<*v worn by
Mrs. Irving Miller. Mrs. Israel
TV itch'i blue brooade a i
irnted with silver. Mrs /. h
Brutus chow a paid brorale en-
ble for the Ball. Mrs Leo
Mind ins turquoise silk featured
silver and pearl trim around the
neckliM and down to a front
am i
'1'hi Sam Abrams. who alttr-
ii. ba rween Ptdladelptua an . Beach, were * the diplomatic reception. sh<' was
rearing a calusa coral peau de
lie gown, Mrs. Joseph Bennett's
a bite chiffon was embroidered
with gold caviar and bugle beads
Her sown was topped with a
gold satin stole. The muted coral
chiffon worn by Mrs. Jack Wid-
rich had a fitted bodke embrotd-
rred with white caviar beads ba
a floral motif.
Mrs. Baa Ksscn's green crushed
VI Kit Rown was pencil slim Mrs.
Richard Ksscn's white gown fea-
tured silver lined bugle beads de-
tailing her cut-out neckline. Mrs.
William Weintraub's gown had a
jeweled, gold lame bodice and a
rich deep brown cut velvet skirt.
Her daughter. Miss Paula Wein-
traub. had chosen a gown of
white cut velvet with white satin
at the neckline and hemline An
iced tangerine colored chiffon
with floating panniers was worn
bv Mrs. Julius Freeman.
-;lk. wit I
f Mrs
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' li tl
Jonaj BroUnai 's I
silk had a silver bodice.
Hiller's ice-blue s.ik
was banded with slaver, and the
Nile green worn by Mrs Louis
berg had matching green os-
trich feathers at the neckline,
cuffs and hemline. The while *ilk
gown and coat worn by Mrs.
Bert Kfare was embroidered with
gold In a scroll pattern. Penny
Kfare. her daughter, was In a
whiti satin gown. Mrs. Jack
Rosen chose Ice-pink lace, re-
. mbroidered in silver lame. For
evening at the Hall. Mrs.
Shepard Broad chose a long-
sleeved white brocade with culls
nl while nunk
as
Ptrtt) Gross of Patty's Limited
Rdittoaa is kcc|"ng me women of
the South Miami area even more
fashion corssesous than before
with her resent series of Trunk
Shows. On hand for the Splen-
diferous Splendor" of their holi-
day collections. New York and
California designers chatted with
the guests as refreshments were
Served after the showings Patty
has opened a second shop in
South Miami, a Limited Editions
Boutique with a picture frame
window <>n Dixie Highway.
Bui Mrs Cross has not neg-
lected her North Miami Beach
clientele. They were invited to a
private showing of a noted Mex-
ican designer More of these ex-
citing Trunk Shows an- planned
f.n the coming months.

Guests of honor at a cocktail
ami buffet supper party held re-
cently by Sherma and Bernie
Stone in their spaeous South
Dade home were Bernir's sister.
Edythe, and her husband. Myron
HorwitS, who recently movi-d to
our town, and an- living at the
Carriage House. The Stones, cel-
ebrating their 41st anniversary,
used the occasion to introduce
them to their friends, and filled
then house with guests from Ba)
Harbour 10 South Dade.
Judy Mahchickfs
Parents Announvp
Her Engagement
Mr and Mrs Raymond
ch* k Wot) i ij R i Mian I
the i ngai pmenl their

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ate Mr l i !
t olliro \ Mian
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ich Sei i.ii High School
itti Boston
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Amcr.g those who gathered recently loi the Founders I
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Chi ; national pre id at; Mrs. Louis
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I thi ': rsity cf Mian
Jewish Chronicle' Editor Is Belli David Speaker

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11. not
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the ulult edueatioi
sr. i n Monday al * '.. _.'."> SW li 'I A
He a ill s;.. ... Woi Id Ji wry,
Mil it. h. Mr-'.t.
ssi ii al
i ry.
Plans Announced
JUDY IfMN MAISCNKK
a June graduate of the University
of Florida, anil plans to attend
the University ol Florida Medical
School in September.
After their wedding June 11. the
couple will live m Gaaaeavilk*.
Norman ('.. Brown Will
Marry (California (iirl
Ir and Miss Iiavul B. Kuiis of
I .os Angeles, CaMf.. announce the
ngagement of their daughter.
Eileen Kuth. to Norman Charles
Brown, son of Mr. and Mrs. Arthur
J. Brown, 15100 KE Dth Ct., North
Miami Beach.
The wedding will be in Los
Anu'eles on Aug. 10th.
A 'wi mi i Loi don atton i > Mr.
Fi anki i has been editoi ol The
Jewish Chronicle" for more than
ten > ai s i .I ai i ducab d In
London, he served for 14 years as
the London corn spondenl of the
American Jewish Committee, At
present in is on Sabbatical leavi
Haichal Hatalmud, a reci i
rporated literarj and religious
..mi ior announced plans I I*
*eek t.>r the rstablishmi I
Miami Beach ol a school for h
it Jewish learning. The sch
heade-i t > P.aiiin Henrj \ Schorr
v^ 111 hold lectures on Wednesd
from 3 00 to 5 30 p.m. at i.
Jacob C Cohen Community Syna
gogue. with Rabbi Tibor H St
u cturer
as
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Friday, Januarv
Israeli Hero Is Due For Workmen's Circle Concert Is Slated For Friday, Jan. 17
Pioneer Women Ts Branch
i Coltur .1
Mi yer London
i. n Shaul Kosoiui. bdnv
1.1 ..i Israel's Sou thi-rn Police
1 %;k-t. will s| r Worn n's Brunch in behalf
i.. i.. Get at r Miami Jewish Ked-
Combined Jewish
- alrlara I I hand tl
i i u s.ia.. in : m Hotel.
>c mmand includes
I i'. hi Jerusalem, as well
BRIG GIN ROSOUO
as thr Allenby Bridcr. Hdiron and
the Bethlehem area. He was in
charge of police security durini;
the Kiehmann trial.
Mr.. Milton S. (1MB, president
ot the I'lone, i- Wmiieii. In an
iiiiiiiii'i'il ih.il more than MMl uimi-
en arr exim-trd to attrnd the
In in Iii-oii. at ulin h hiii so(ii.,no
Iris LaBT "ill Ih- the featured en-
tertainer.
Am mroitl........
are tin Mcs gmn Sophii Krantz,
J. n > 'i B < Uliiihi r.iii-n.
\-i-i.i Q taker,
k Si il lin, A .- i. I b-
Shc-droft Vera Zeltzci |
1 '.i.. ,i k
'Israeli Art' Is Topic
Roiis DuPi t Paul pi I isoi !
: .ii i .u the Univi rsitj I
itor i'l tbi Lowe
Art Museum, will address a meet-
il th< Sisterhood >>i Temple
Sinai ni North Dade af the North
Mi tmi I t < 'i\ ic Center, 17011
\: 19th Avi at B p m. w.-.i- -
Hiv topic will I-- "Israeli Art
i ."
i "ommittee uf the conducted San
Branch 28 of The and song fttylis^jYaj] j:
Woikuv n's Qsjeie HU i>n*ertt ihwifctrt
kfroup*a fmirth annual celebnMan *ktt'i
and concert at X p.m. Friday. Jan.
IT'lrt'tne auditorium Bt~th4 Miami
Beach Federal Bank. "55 Wrath-
mgton Aw.. Miami Beach.
. Kipper,
hribcr. ho
vi nine at its l.\4-<
W
l!l Sl .'' l'"\ &iW-*.:-* _'
w ill
*.>>** ^ajf > 9^W">r^ftmtf- The ig-cjgram will inrlud
Tii* ft mm "Uddl' i i n' The untatiott ot Yttklish ai
Ki-if"
AW Chlpkin and Sol Zendel an
in charge of tickets.
Kntrrtainers will include the
Miami Bearh Mandolin Knsemhle.
The I. L Pereta VVorkir* n'a Cir-
cle School will iponsoi a cultural
Southern Bell Telephone Co. Constructs
New Facilities To Meet Growinq Demand
m th of S tl
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System con
i from .-i- fai awaj ai
Colorado and N. w Mexa o
"You can rest assured
-. we will
Mi concluded And the
fastei Dade grows, the fastei we
I >*t. MAK-l-\n\ MARGARINE Dili \|.I. COOKING NEEDS
i man) times have you t* n
forced to i at '.read without an)
fine because your family
iny .i Qi b Yo i
ed lo without m
Pai ii ko-lii r and
It cai < i ah n with every-
thing. It is >ii lirioua ai i spread
adds / -i to all your cooki d
The in \t time you have com-
. or when -i i
special meal, why not n> tins
.- for Saffron Rice?
', cup Mar-Pan
l onion
i is rice
' M-k
' i .\> w bite m me
'. u aspoM
pper
Melt Mar-Parv in beavj ias< -
role, add chopped onion. Cook un-
til brown, add i lee, atir until i ice
is sUghtl) brown. Add soup stink.
" Season to taste
iOF, in tight-
I) i overod i .i-s. role. Servec B
Rice may he varied by adding
1 '- CUPJ Sliced nuishlooinv while
cooking the onion
Mar-Pan is offering fashion
bonus to its customers. You can
buy three pairs of nylons lor on!)
Si So, look at the back of your
"i Mar-Pat v for this
"""' offer the next, time
x"" bu) irve 100 pero nt
l ">ee Mar-Pan Margarine
Look for tlv [ on the p
songs h,\ rYHdn { \
i. a lii : of Yiddish i
Robert Program Mag i,
will lead in fuiuiimuit;.
and hostess for the \*
Sarah Weincr

M

Edilh Zipp, left, chats with Mrs. Fay Alman.
tight. Mrs. Tillie L. Schwartz and Metro
Mayor Chuck Hall in the Gigi Room of the
Fontainebleau Hotel at the Founder's Day
Luncheon and Fash.on Show of the S
gale Group of Hadassah. Mrs Schv
served as chairman of the event, and
Alman was on her committee.
The director of the University of Miami's Di-
vision of Family Me > a p. Car.
michael. and prominenl violinist Joan Field,
second from right, received Myrtle Wreath
*n the Miami C
lei oi Hi: a ihthen
Maxwell VY. isberg. left
mid awanis rman Mrs. A. A. V-
c
Five of her nine living children were on
hand to help Mrs. Minna Goldstein cele-
brate her 102nd birthday at Douglas Gar-
dens, the giounds of the Jewish Home for
the Aged of Greater Miami. Shown with their
mother are, left to right. Miami Beach
dents Manuel, 66; Mrs. Fannie Appe.
Mrs. Augusta Devore, 72; Harry. 78
Ml Ruth Lefsky, 61. Two others. Ben 76.
and Mrs. Bessie Baruch. 70. cue not pictured.


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Paqe II B
3 FT. ON U.S. 1
GROVE
- ft. AAA anfiniiheo'
la lOISOd Or bUIIMU
Ultry. Over 300 Ft.
o U.S. Next, te new
-a ctttr at 37
rge billboard* bring
Id rent.
Vmanucl se-ihin.
associate
EllS CO. 43rd Year
ILTOM
:-.
| GxOOMhNG BUSINISS
Goo a1 location
t 6 1 f 1 Olh Street
Villf 5qvere
Fully Equipped
141 Sun.Mob. 1(7 2113
ACHE SPECIAL TO-RE DO
Unique 3 M, 2 vanity
baths. Large Kitchen
with built in stove. Oven,
Dishwasher and hand-
some solid wood cabi-
nets. Lovely estate area.
Low 30 s Mortgage
$21,000 at 5s 4..
Call Marion E. Peters.
443 4677
CORAl GABLES
REALTY. INC.
350 Seville Ave.
BOAT
OR SALE
"6', Interceptor pewer-
VtasVite with red trim air
2 way rodio. good
Mff on, sacrifice must sell
146. 864 4321.
Courteous Complete
24 Hoi-r Service
LEU B. REED, Realtor
575 N.E. 125th Street
North Miami. Florida
Phone 751-1688
M AB TO FIN*
Berstteee type laeety
eld. 4 tea-room. 3 oaths.
area family reeea, 16.38
pool, Fteriee room. Seelity
ha.lt rhroo.t BajaJbJ ocre
'w Pieecrott. Peaasette schools
To see carl mots. Vea Veene
Associate Rat. 238 2S49
KEYES CO. 43rd Year
RfALTOCS
10101 S Diiie Nwy., Keedell
Phone 64> 5*03
SOUTH MIAMI
SUBURBAN
An Individual homo far in
dependent people; 3 bedroom
2 both with screened pool
and patio, den workshop, air
Cond., aa corner acra in
Town and Reach. Asking
S41,f00. Open San. 5990
Mass Ranch Id. ar Call Mary
La* Miller, Owner 611 46.
NOHTH MIAMI BEACH
REAL BUYS
CUSTOM Built, completely
rm 3 Bedroom 2 hath.
central hoot, large oat-in
kitchen, large rooms. Florida
room, carport. 3 reverse cy-
cle air conditioner* caroet.
mg. walk to now Skerlofce
nooning Mall. 1*4.000
' BEDROOM, laree Florida
room, paneled dining area.
appliances. 3 air ronditionera
pnnklara. S'i.SOO
2 BEOPtOOM. Comp Furn
Large screened porch. Re-
v-ree cycle air cond Extra
arg- work artoo in r^Mr Walk
to Temple. SK.000.
Lucille Brunner,
Realtor
17150 N e to Avenue
Phone 947.2S47
LUDED 5 ACRES
tV ooms. 2 baths 2 Car
f. large screened in
fie- Corport. Partly lernish-
do.t35.0O0
kirn a S. Gray, Realtor

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Phone 864-2693
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AMERICAN NUT
Sales Of So. Florida
6660 BISCAYNE BLVD.
MIAMI. FLORIDA
Parf Time No Selling
EARN S600 monthly, 4 to 6
hours week I. easy end plea-
sant replacing inventory
small investment. For op
pointment Call 75 7 1504.
INVESTMENT PROPERTY
POMPANO BEACH
FEDERAL HIGHWAY S3 2 5O0 Terms firm S16 SOO cash balance
omortued Phone Miami etrenenes and weekend* 37 3-* 76 1
Week day* 371-1421
FOR SALE MOTEL 50 UNITS
200 FT. on Biscayae tlii. South ol 79fh Street
Price SJ30,000. Call George Whitney, Broker
53* 7401.
BlfCAYNE GARDENS
I *00M HOUSE CBS
2 CAR OARAGE
: ACRES Of UNO
FstlMT TRK5.
Ca>h Price $35,000
fnone 949-S412
NEW STORES
FOR RENT
Next To
III GENERAL
AT
172 ST. W. DIXIE HWY.
4 7 6914 IVIS.
I HOW WOULD YOU
LIKE TO INVEST
DISNEY1 S 600 MILLION
FLORIDA COMPLEX?
YOU CAN'T BUT
YOU AN INVEST IN
CRESCENT ESTATES .
V/2 MILES AWAY!
i
ENT ESTATES is an outstanding land invest-
opportunity! Just 2'j miles from the southern
dary of DISNEY PftOPERTIES, INC. to the northern
dry of CRESCENT ESTATES.
out about this ground floor investment oppor-
| tday! Mail the coupon NOW, or call 891-4411.
FLiANDO INVESTMENT CORP
14BC N t 123rd Street
Nlh Miami, Florida 33161
Beautiful Office
Floor Available
ijn\ ihr prr*lijrc of nrrups iite, the tup flour of
i nr* offirr liuildinc in downtown Miami. Con-
letlienl lo rsrrylhina;. only one blork from
iuirlhiiii>r. plenty of parking available1. Ap-
|>ro\imarl> j.000 mj. ft. Attractive rrni.il.
For complete information
Call Mr. Baros, owner
377-2766
WANT YOUR OWN BUSINESS?
SERVICE STATION
Opportunity Available In The Miami Area
>ous person will be given paid framing and
financial assistance
Call: R. A. BUDD or R. M. FIDLER
Richfield Atlantic
945-5388 Days or 226-3075 Evenings
PHONE
AC
Cll
>ESS
STATE
ZIP
WHEN GOING TO LONDON, ENGLAND MAKE
BROADWAY HOUSE HOTEL 3940 Dorset Square your
home. N.W. 1 in the heart of the city. Near Baker
Street Station in Regent Park
Room and breakfast without private bath from $4 80
Rooms with private bath available, children welcome
family rooms at reduced rates Other Meals when re-
quired Write or phone for information Fred Pichler,
1405 Lenox Ave Miami Beach 531 0662 from 8 to
10 AM.
A unique structure da-
signed far today! A sec-
ond Home -it leol'y on ia-
vestment in tka feed lifel
Weekends end vocotions
now retirement later.
Many strikingty handsome
models from which te
choose. AH preciiien-cut
freei A-frames te Chalets,
etc. Tee quality materiel*
selected for easy as-
sembly.
II yau'v* alveeyt lenged
far your own vocation home
combined with a scenic
sotting, why wait? Send
SI.00 for our axciting
portfolio packed with de-
toils and designs te
ART NILSEN CO.
1225 S*. liscaytst Pi. *d.
Miami tach. Fla. 33141
FPUIT ttand variety citru*
grove* .' tenant house, on
'0 acres with 330' frontage
on major Highway. So Dade
Co HO.0O0 $10,000 down
^00;00' HIGHWAY to -
highway frontage So Dart*
Co SS0.000 Additional ISO'
I. i .1) I r
ANTIQL E -furn.ihed Dade.
Co Pine hi me Red
land acres SSO.0O0 Tormt
For further information C .1 I
Bin Bo ?/ ;;' cr
KEYES CO. 43rd Year
REA LTORS
.TO N Kronif. Ho" -st'.id
LADIES APPAREL
E XCLUSI VE SALON
Catering to MlOl t C rntel
Ownn report. $i2O.0CK> Grose
Sales with a Net of $?5.000
per year Priced at only
S7O.O00
PIUS inventory Return of "
vestment 't year Can D
Boynton Associate
KEYES CO. 43rd Year
REALTORS
2260 S Diie Hwy 44S-0S14
BUSINESS
OPPORTUNITY
Get in on the Season.
Plush money making res-
towront far salo ar trad*,
due ta owner i illness. Con
tect awner, 611 6061
Business Opportunity
JEWISH- AMERICAN
NEIGHBORHOOD
Delicatessen and Cater Ser-
vice in S.W. shopping center,
gross $60,000 net SI 8.000.
Must sell Illness. Price $9,000
Good Terms.
Includes Fixtures A Inventory
GONZALEZ REALTY
2379 Coral Way 445-7891
ORLANDO
I res located on Orange
som Trail !)ftwffn -
ttate 4 and Sunshine Park-
way m walking distance of
the Shopping Center and
within 1 mile of the Martin
industrial Park. w
ft. of commercial frontage.
this attarctive apt and com-
mercial acre.ige has lake
frontage, and >s ready for
development at a price of
$10,000 per acre with terms
MADDUX & CO.
226-9661
COMMERCIAL LOT
ONE ACRE
158' Highway
FRONTAGE
Must sell, 8 year option
to buy expires soon In
heart of South Dade
Dixie Highway, frontage
across frons Office
and Entrance to shopping
center Split zoned. Call
235-7031 or 446-5482
Ask fo. M.. Frame.
AT OCEAN
S800 to May 15. Service.
Cooking Shopping.
Mare Grande Hotel
S24 Ocean Or 538-1441
WANTED PARTNER
Or Store For Sale
Very little
Money Needed
F = '. iT vegetable and dairy
with groceries 'or sale Com-
pletely equipped market do-
ing husmrss now Ren* (heap
AH ytr round tiusmesv 808
I s' V B 531-9278 See
Business Opportunity
USED CARS
C" i
i},
BtlOl
rant t 11 y *
cot operation Sto.k
and equipment about S'SOO
Account* r- r ,.i: r optional
69 *.
VENDING ROUTE
Requires lew hours per week.
Investment secured by in-
ventory. Total price $8,000
International Business
Brokers Inc.
704 Dupent laia Center,
Miami, Flarida
Phono 377 9680
Palm Terrace Motel
Pool Parking Kitchenette
Maid Service. Season. Neor
Lincoln Mall. 1500 Lenox Ave.
PHONE 538-0823
AUTOMATIC
CAR WASH
Turnkey installation by dis-
tributor ol lines! fully auto-
matic all brush equipment.
Excellent financinq. See in
operation at 15168 N.E. 6
Ave. Universal Robot ol Flo-
rida 947 9713 No franchise
lee.
TEXACO
3 Bay Colonial type station
lor lease. Cood profit poten-
tial. Paid company training.
Borders ocean waterway In-
terama area. H. W. Inqram
Phone 633-8516.


Page 12-B
* ~i*f flrrHi^r
FrHav. Jen
toe*rt Sfmtm
Marc levy
MITc HELL M \K< I S
and MKLIMIA MARC I *
Mitchell D.i Melin - an son and da ighter of Mr.
ard Mr* K
ne Bar and Ba* Mitzvah at
Ten Satu
11
StudVr.ts at Nautilus .'
H _-r
.. i : rade, they both attend
an i-El h- Lisj
-
Th<- celebrants an
at a rcc-r-ption b raton
r ir AfflbH Satur-
Th-ir grandparents ''-
- rmar. an'". Mr ar.! Mrs. Sam
ibei in expected t>. at-- I
. .-

JOOE MAOU88O
Sat tat) Jai i". it 1
T> ,- T. Jacob. Jose, son of Mr
Mrs Ism M
teeh bacesne Bar MMzvata at
9 a.m. n-r\x
Jo*<- is a atudV-nt at Palm
5) rirurs Junior H::n School, vrrw-re
*) i- ir, p -i :
TTv- patirna: grandparents an-
Ml and Mn- J of
H ..ar..

< AROI. riBD
Frida; evening, Jar. 3. Carol
Mi ind Mii \-
: bet Baa Mit
T Tan Congregati I
' '..: i student Bl John F
Ki imedy Junior High School
re the is in th- -iKhth ejra
hold a reception
in th-ir horn.- this week in het
hoi >r
JKKKKKV hAI'UN
Saturdaj morning. Jar. 4. at
Tr-th Torah Congregation, J.::
of Mr. anrl Mrs Seyn
Aflea WocfchoWc-r
Kaplan, observed his Bar Mit/vah.
Jeffrey has attended th.- Harold
Wolk Ri ligioui School at B-th
Torah for several yean and will
hi- itudiea In the Con-
firmation class ol 1970
Priendi and famih attended the
' Meg Shahbat in Jeffrey's honor
following th< -

ALAN MOBS!
Alan, bob of Mr and Mrs Sj
Rees View La North
Miami, will b>vome Bar Mitzvah
at a twiH n Sal irday,
Jan. 11, at Beth Torah Congrega-
tion, with Rabbi Max Lljrsehitz of-
ficiating.
A former student of the Hebrew
Academy Alan now att.rvi North
Miami Junior High School, w'
he it in 1 ......i A itu-
at the Ha: il I Wolk !.
School : ii years, h>- will
tinue ms studies bn tt. Con-
fix mat. of 1970.
At the receptim-. ar J dinner im-
mediately following the services,
one of the honor*-d guests will be
Alans sister. Susan, home from
Israel wAsen she i- a student at
Tel A\iv University, esjiecially for
this occasion Also attending will
be his grandparents. Mrs. Anna
Ftesenberg and Nathan Greek of Surfstde as
tvfJS fioiii New V H k
Sew Jersey a;

KM.ISA KKI.IJVTKIN
:;a. ilaufhti r of Mr. and
Mrs Max FV arill obai
h-T Bas'Mitzvah duriri m rvtces at
Beth Torah Congregation Friday
evening, Jan. 10.
Regina, who has attended the
Hat llgkJ .- School at
Beth Torah for several yean, will
continue her studies In the C
firmati-m .ilass of 1970.
F .-.^ the m r* ices, ai
r-at attended bj friends and
fanuiy wi.l 1>- h. Id in honor of the
c* lebiant.
AI-LKN WA< IIIIOLDKK
Allen, son ot Mr and Mn
lholder. 7441 M
will become Bar
MiUvah at Tern] ah Sat-
urday morning. Jan 11 with Rabbi
AhraiMnrlti officiating.
A. attends Temple Me-
norah's R the
eighth grade at Nautilus Junior
S not, where he is an out-
. Ing -- k ace ;ind has
A recepti tn and luncheon at the
Famo H K'-staurant in honor of
the celt biant will follow the n
21st ANNIVERSARY SPECIMEN SET
ISRAELS 1969 COINS .-~:
rner
OF MIAMI BEACH
y MEMBERQFF O
930 WASHINGTON AVENUE
Limited Quantity still available
at the Carrier Bank in Miami Beach.
10 Sets Per Person
Price $3 50 per set Limited quaniry

Camp Sun Mountain
. IIinli In The PocOfUM
For Boys ami Girls*Age 6 to 17
For Information (all
ALAN BKCkFR ... 332-7741
Ml< HAKI. KAHN
Michael. son of Mr and Mrs.
f.itward I. Kahn. i 1 be liar Mitz-
vah at Sabbath morning servi
of Temple Sinai of North I>ade at
11 a.m. Saturday, J:in. 11. In the
auditorium of the Washington
al Bank.
A st ident al John F K-
Junior High I -
. hael bl
a student of Tern1 Sinai Relig-
i- won an a
i- the most outstand rew
stuiient there, as vi as athJetk
wards at summer camp
Mrs Franeea Kahn of Atlantic
City. N J and Mi and Mrs Gil-
Gasptn of New York Mi-
chaels grandparents, his aunt and
: and Mrs "...I". in Millei
ate, N ,i
lives ai d : rted to
atte:

MAJU LEVY
Man- HaroM. son of Mrs ''
Yanowitz. 11420 SW 72nd Aw
and Lester Levy of North Mi
Beach, will become Bar Mitzvah
at B- th David I itkw on
Saturday, Jan 11
Mar. is a st idenl at Palm, tt
Junior High where h
in ttv' seventh grade.
A reception will Ix- held in honor
of the celebrant at the Sherat i
Four Ambassadors Marc's grai
mother Tupler. will i-
among tonored ,
tin i lebi st

ANMK RAI.IHM.KK
Am ie biughti r if Mr and Mrs
BakUnger wil obsi rve her
Baa Mitzvah al Temple i ir i 'lorn
Frid Ing, Jan 10.
A il idenl at West Miami J u
High School. Annie is a member
of the school's chorus and of
Future Teachers ot Anwn, ,
will enter the Confirmation Class
at Temple or Olom.
Friends and relatives will at-
tend an Oneg Shahbat which
.' i Si n:
a a
ROBKRT STAMEN
Robert, son of Mr and Mrs.
Jack stamen, will become
Mitzvah at Temple Or (Horn Sat
unlay morning. Jan 11. when he
will conduct the traditional serv-
ice and chant the Haftarah.
An eighth grade student ;it West
Miami Junior High School, Robert
i member of isv at Temple
Oi Hom aand belongs to the PI
Phi service club at the ymiia
The Kiddush following the
will be hosted by Rob it's
n his I nor. and garden
luncheon will be held al I
home Saturday afternoon
Among the relatives and Crk
attending the i vt nl will be ins
Mrs Sarah Israel
ami Mr and Mrs Cyril Lewis. On
the guesl hst from out of town
will Mrs I >,::, i, Ki.-
mont ( Hiio, Lillian Dan/.
ktmbui Ohio Mrs Mae Brealoa
Sioux Kails S[>. and Mr and
Mrs. Sam Woolf of Shaior MMS
Voters, Inc. Elect Levy President
....
: Hoberma
I .
N Ma r. Hert
AN iw \
aid and Stanley *..,.> Mi
o. Al Nasor
William 9
- -.r an<1 Paul R Si
Levy also serves as chair-
mar A th- board I tor>j
: i rectors include St,.
M B:-o.lv. Ted Cohen, A Niil
post l.i. in A Oonti Flat>
HAVE HUNMEOS Of OLD
CLASSICAL RECORDS
CalkKtar't item, iacWdiaf Jf- u
r*rSS wrHl Ctir t\r*~ -
Kichar< Tacktr, akt spsSSJSSI ksta
tiant. Sell siaflr SSBwi Cstsa J
t.oi. Cat' m 4 ISM i
NOW YOU CAN REPAIR
You. own automatic g*vo .
sbutoff nozzles qukkly aa4
easily Sale* and service on tl
make; and types of serv :
station equipment 226-55"J
Call anytime
*u
T
'S<
e
MAttr nvr
New Classes Art'
Announced Bv Y
.... .
b k ope fron irt I
Will t^" offer. I at t v. H \
1 Greater Mia B '. -
St starting the week of Jan 20
Neu Instructors base beei idd
ed to th. Y fesaiona
for 1 .
a sre I- ing made a< ai.
is well i
bi -
CALL YOUR
Handyman
'IRISH AL"
PAINT YOUR HOUSE
MOW YOUR LAWN
CLEAN YOUR ATTIC
OR GARAGE
WASH WINDOWS
ETC ETC ETC
CREW Of 3
EXPERIENCED MEN
Quick Efficient Service
Call 947-1896
FRITZ & SHIRLEY'S
ffvafshelter
4^51toper \+-^lttb
IN MORTON TOWERS 1500 Ray Rd .
Featuring
THE ROMANTIC BALLARS OF
Wr/,
(Last/tatn
BANQUET FACILITIES FOR 300 GUESTS
CATERING SERVICE Call 538-3212
Ms
*tiFtr We issue a $j&rf
*2V^ CHALLENGE! *j?Qa,
Con anyorKibg prove focts like these:... ?
1. Th*rf are mot* I'oduotn el Florida T#th nt
worh.n9 .n Data Pretctting than ol any other
tchool in f\a
FTC hot on |K p.fm.vi a lull IIM 360 (omauttr
lo ttudent ass net m sWsswaVdawa mood
FUmmIo T oo*d curriculum not a ojwkIii*'' court*.
Succ..lul arodual*i ol FTC are now nhim ofco.o
ofog lolarMt i Mm..
STATE APPROVED FOR Cl BENEFITS
' THE SUCCESS SCHOOL" 757-0671
FLORIDA TECHNICAL COLLEGE
95i N I. 12S St. Th Comou.rr llda M*mi
MPf IENNEIT JACKSONVILLE -
RLANN TAAfPA MELIOURNE
'"l.lJ*|,!tOf INT|NATIONAl DATA PtOaSSINC
INSTITUTf. CINCINNATI CHICAGO OfTtCNT
NIW YOBK PHIIADUPHIA ST LOUIS
Write today lor more information
NAMI............................................
ADDtISS....................C|TY................
'"ONI...................AfJ...............


Tcrnuary 10, 1969
* kwist Fkirrtmr
Paqe 13-B
Tanya, 11-year-old cele-
| ncj star, will appear
Uth annual concert of
ie Ner Tamid. to be held
lay evening. Jan. 11 The
It s chairman is D. Dale
Ufte-r." Mrs. Louis Cohen is
airman, and ticket chair
are Sidney Schwam and
Joseph Schwartz.
a
[ rebral Palsy
ivc Set For
I ii> Weekend
I
h
i
ni
10.000 houscuiv.s will
i n ftmir-tfvctior mnrvh
i -. Sal hi daj
ii.t x; nday to raix-' fundi
i Cert oral Palsy, Bccord-
: .'ii. ii'ii' nl by Han .
, : .! this ) i u
I Will I*
n i( the i"P *' nti:
v for more than WO
nrv! adults afflh'tnl by
nT.
HCCMTEft a, HlftSCH'S
? ( MOTH CUM
ii Icualiut i::i 1711 U Jill tl
MIAMI BEACH. FIA
dj.i, per aeree*
doubt* occuhmt
JS ol 15' room.
MAN. lo AP*. 1
INCLUDING MfALS
FREE PARKINO
FREE TV A RADIO
Air Conditioned a Heated
e> ''- yjtf Pool a Sandy Btacn
Chi ee Lounge & Mat*
*> Synagogue on pramnti
F r R*irVit,oni Phone:
(305) 531-0061
IrVritfl for Frte Color


-house:
Prim* sirloin ittak ...
itmd Japanti* lty/9
.' ic J.'
MIAMI
VILLAS
SCO DEER RUN WISH
l SlttfT MIAMI oH COLLINS aiacN
"' -~% ,-,,. ,,
MeMieM ii iMi'n aw*.. o (i.i
.- '. -.*,
P-O
nFin Saflar
owner
ROYAL HUNGARIAN OX RESTAURANT
AND CATERING
XW UMCBI for the SKAftMftft.
731 Washington Avenue Phone 538-5401
MORRIS & RUTH IfRNHt Catering for All Occasions
HARRY ZUCKERMAN
fsloblisheJ in 1945
Famous
WASHINGTON
PARKING
FACILITIES
JE 1-3967
MIAMI
BEACH
^esfaurant
The Studio Restaurant
LUXURIOUS DINING
ELEGANT FRENCH CUISINE
For Sor-.efhing New and Ditferent in Our Miami Area
2340 S.W. 32nd Ave. 443-2536
Make Your Reservations Before Going To The Theatra
HALLANDALE, FLORIDA
^^ On U 5 one-ho'f mi/e sowth
of CuHtrrom Race Track
Ph. HOLLYWOOD
122-7223 m
jf \ STAR Dairy. Veg. & Fish Restaurant I
^T^ EST :?43 Under S.i"' Mjnijm"! 4
EST '^45 Lnfler Santa. Managf"'"!
Many Additional Improvements in the Menu
Ph. 531-9182 A
!
& 841 Washington Ave. Ph. 531-9182 <
KATZ's PARADISE Restaurant
1451 Collins Avenue
Phone 532-1671
KREPLACH ir KISHKE MATZO BALLS KNISHES
MEAT FlbH S'EAKS CHOPS CHICKEN
CATERING FOR ALL OCCASIONS
Excellent Cuisine Superb Service Modern Decor
JANKEIE" ARNOLDS
LITTLE VIENNA
THE ONLY AUTHENTIC VIENNESE USIAUANT IN MIAMI
I JEWISH POLISH HUNGARIAN AND VIENNESE CUISINI
I FOR RESERVATIONS CALL YOUR HOSi JANKEIE" ARNOLD
| 1301 BrKAYNf BOULEVARD 757 7122
ARNOLD
NOW OPEN
mwsmw
RESTAURANT
"The Finest Chinese foods"
tO m Sundays 3.00 p m. lOpn.
18305 N. E. 19th Avenue Phone 949-4505
"CATERED PARTIES A SPECIALTY"
Vitrl Omr Htm Cocktail lounge
EJL IMTI'aWIt SPANISH RESTAURANT
Specialty of ffce Hcui. AELLA VALINCIANA"
Own, 11:30 A.M. Til 11 P.M. Daily
12322 N W. 7th STREET, MIAMI Phone 642-9043]
CHINESE VILLAGE
RESTAURANT
GRAND OPENING
CANTONESE FOOD AT ITS BEST
5958 So Dixie Hway
South Miami
ORDERS TO TAKE OUT
667-2125
GRAND OPENING FRI. and SAT. OUR NEWEST LOCATION:
400 E. Beach Blvd., Dania Opposite Jai-Alai 927-9724
FLORIDA'S FINEST, AUTHENTIC FRENCH FOOD
Gourmet Luncheons and Dinners-Reasonably Priced!
* Refreshing French Sfyle Sidewalk Cofe Socializing In:
Brochette of S*a Food Pepper Stpak Flambe Cognac
Sweetbreads Forestieres Beet Bourquigons
Veal Cordon Bleu de Chef Steak Marchand de Vin
LUNCHEONS SI.40 to S2.20
Served 11:30 re 3:00 P.M.
DINNERS S3.70 to S6.00
Served 5:30 fo 10:00 P.M.
SPECIAL
THEATRE DINNER
5:30 to 7:30 P.M. S?95
run couki dinnir *
.... the only (iiithciitic French RfSlnurnnt in Florida
' I *m Le Cafe de Paris
-Jj Sv^P 711 L US OUS HJfc, PUT IAUDFJD.LE I23-29M
OPEN 7 DAYS A WEEK YEAR ROUND PARKING REAR OP RESTAURANT
V- -


r**Ka 14-B
^JmisttOorkMan
Friday. January 1C if
Obituaries
KANTER
\ln Janet, -. <. UN sw |M St .
I ,!*.. TVMda] '-lnni* ii-ni
N V _1 v.ir- .;
^" llrihrr i f I'.-ih
I >.\ il -lifei km 11- i \*,..<*-. w
Kninii.t "I.. > i !. ?- and l.r-;iiii .>f l.:f-
('AHrH Mi i - ii I ii nurviti-M n\ itii*-
I: h;i n Mm Karen Cl nf NM
Mi- III la
- \ "^ s- rvl. in \ >
b) Th* Rlvn
-i.i. Homshm iW Chap* Ii I
u i.. mud*
ABRAMS.
S H VMS
BENBABSAT
klvn, N N
DWOK. i;. FCu : \>-
m M i:|h-
FEORER. M
ii' hi Kl \ r- >i>
GUSS. Kl...... 1 .1 SW SSrd Bl
c h>ntn i it.'.-r in- ii Ml Si
huro. Mm'' -'" XH ISth Bl
Itlvt ealde Interment .Mi \'.|...
KAZAN. i-.-n.-v. \%.
Itl\ i i!! Ilil. 1 in. i 1 Si..r I I. \ I
LICHTBLAU, Koaalyn km KM .- t<
I'l Hi 11} H Kit T- ill
l.' iBH KKuwaru Hlra. h, 75. I IUj
lr \l 1! Kiwi-i,l.
MARROW. Herbert. V. 1 :! NR 141
Bl v.. Miami ilordnn
MONOE ..,.. hw Unroll) K.I.
\l II lliveraldi lni.im.nl S'.ir ,.f
I .. > .1
Phillips. Am C Mini \- .
M I! V.v n. i-
ROTH, lun.i 4"1 lh SI M B
Kit raid.
SILVERBERG. Mas K, MS Pal*
v I -. M It Ki\. raidc
debreiterman, Maria Mhmo. *S,
Hardlns Ava., M 11 ISjv.-r-.ld.-
DUFFINE, Mr- Ra>r, 74. H* CV>llln
M II HI,-I., nc
finb. Ann.i. .:. US ColUna Av. M B
ItlaHTwrK
HERMAN. Mr.- 1.. inn. 7" 1 >1 Waah-
lIUTtain Av.' Ml' 11 v I :!
NASM. Philip M 70, 7*0 Ml lSttl
HI No M D Hl.i-1" rir Interment
Mi Nebn
OCONNOR\ Charlei i '- s Miami
\v.- I'.l.i-l. rt
OSTfTR M:ir..l.1 1! ". J10| Co|||n-
*\.' .M It Kiv.r-i.I.-
SIMON. Minnie 8*. '.-I Polllnn Av. .
M U I'.iv. mldl
USEN Anne, ii 17.-" S Oladaa l>r .
No >i |: \".-w man
Valcan. William BUS 'niii-
Av M II Hll -l.lv-
CHANIN. M".- 13 Meridian
\\ M II V. v. in
FRIEDLANDER. J.-r.ilie, SW
Mh SI Rlvee-aidl
HELLER. Renlamili 73, 11"" 11th Bl
M M rllvrr|.l.
NALKIN. Joaeph, -7 1*1 !CR SSnd St
.i..ii it.?, i in. .ii III Rlnal
NASH Alberl A II SIS* SW Ith 81
iv..,-i.. r
SChleiCher. Solomon I*u Oeaan
Irr M H I'.Li-l.. rt
SENOWITZ. .'.u--.' M It Klv^r-
Idf
SPRATling. .:.ri.-.. '' t"-. Bapanola
\\ ..v M II : 1-.1..11
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Funeial sedvires will be held at
11 a.m. Friday at Trinity Epis-
copal Church for Bill Baqg-;.
editor of The Miami News, who
died Tuesday night at the age
of 48.
Y Senior Citizens
To Install Officers
Installation HBPeUngi lorth" nrw
officer! of th< senior citizen Rroupa
of the YM-VWltA .ii Greater Mi-
ami will tx- h, M ;,i th. Contra]
ami Miami Beach branehci trus
month.
Miami City Cornmissloner ln1n
Christie will be the guest ipralcer
at InttalUtion wremonica to be
held at the O ntral Branrh, 8800
SW 8Ui si Sunday. A member of
VMIUs board .>( tHn-ctors, the
i-uiraiiisMiiiiii will itisciiw The
Role of th-' S. i.i..i- Citizen in l.f-
fectini Political ChartaTei
Kfraim II (Sail \. cutii rlin i
tor ol ill- V\1-VUM.\. will In i i.
liutaWrkg offkser for tlii two cen-
tral branrh dribs the Goltk n A
Friondshij. Club and Hi. Social
Seniors. The VM1IA Choral Group,
tinder the direction >>t Mildred
Draiser, will in rfoim ai Hi- wm.
The 1:30p.m. meeting will !>. f,.i-
lowed by n froshmi nts.
The Cioidiri Art Friendship Club
Of the Miami Ii. aril Y.MI1A will
hold three meetings in January,
each with a different program of
rnti-i 'tainnicnt arid interest, ac-
cording to Al' Kantor. Rrestdpnt
All meetings will in- held at the
temporary location In th- Work-
men's Circle Auditorium. J.'i Wash-
ington Are. The meeting Sunday
at 1:30 will la- devoted to enter-
talnment. A prtmiiiunt local ttoc
lor will discuss health problems of
the Senior Citizen at 1:30 Sunday.
Jan. 19, and on Sunday, Jan. -''i.
then- will \t- a party cell bratlng
the birthdays and snniversarics of
lwmbers.
The Senior Citizen Friendship
Club of the North C.Hinty VMM A
will install its newly-ele. tul offi-
cers at s p.m. Saturday. Jan 18, it
the Was In n in on Federal Savings
ami Loan Association on Nl 167th
Si outgoing president Mrs. Ksther
Kl in has ani.oiu.,'1 d III aim II
Gale w ill i> the installing offii i
President for the coming yeai
will i-' Mrs > rscar l i Ine I ittit i
I 'n U' instalkrl are M
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Beth David Sisterhood
Th
Ion-
: i,.in will be
m 11:15 a.n lo 12:15
|i m followed b) a luncheon I
rurh i Roaenbi i.. as gui tl
nl. Man;, i All |.|.nh ,- vmII be
used i.i furnish i lassroom In the
mw South Dark Hi ii- iooI
YIVO Forum Opens
Its 19th Season
Sunday Evening
The Yivo Konim. sponsored by
ihe Greater Miami xTVO Commit-
tee, will open its 19th season at
8 p m. Sunday si Temple Beth
Sholom, 414-1 Chase Ave., Mian I
uh
The series, dealing with \arious
phases of Jewish life anil culture,
past and present, will run for ten
const ruth,, u.M lea
Opening the rorum season will
be 1 i Shneiderman, a prominenl
journalist who has authored inxiks
in Rnglish and Yiddish. Including
The Warsaw Heresy." dealing
with the tras*ic period when tne
N'azii occupied Poland, ami more
n works of "Ilya Khrenburi;," the
R issian Jewish noMlist and Jour-
nalist The subject ol his leeture
is The Last Chapter of A Thou-
aiMl Years of Jewish Life in Po-
land.''
Subsequi nl speakers will t>e
rVvaarl Shi i man. sia-iototrlst and
historian who wrote "Minority
Groups in America"; Chaim Grade,
jnx'1 anil novelist; Kfraim Aih-i-
bach, |aiet snd journalist: Dr.
c;. rshan Wainer, dean of the Jew-
ish Seminary in New York; Israel
si, Inbau, odaeator, tsacher and
U-cturer, and Rachel Korn, poet
and short-story writer
Junior Auxilijirv
Th.- Junior Auxiliary of Ux
lewish Home for the Aged I Dona-
las Gardens I will hold a lun<
meeting and book review nt 11 -ii
a.m. Tuesday, Jan. 21, in Ihe Ru-
biyal Room ol 'h. .\liers Hotel
\ snack luncheon will !> served
in-fore the mii ling.
Mn. Lillian Namm. preaidrnl
will gl\T the message ol .!,
Mrs Max Pecker sill pn -
review of "Jews. God, and His-
lorj Rons Stein anil Lilihy 1 la-
in, nt are In charge of rrsti-va-
Ions
Lawrence Schacht, New York
and New Jersey industrialist
has been elected president of
the American Technion Society
and a national chairman of :he
Uiuted Jewish Appeal.
Library, liurrau
Sponsor Meeting
Seymour B, Urbman will pre-
; sent a review of his book, The
I tlnnghtened" at a meeting in the
Muuui Puhiu Library ctarponsorrd
by the library and th Bonn.....f
'Jtwish Kdueation at s p.m. Thurs-
day, Jan. 1*>.
A special presentation ol read-
ings from Ifoioeaiist literatsn will
la nuule by Rabbi Ralnh P Kings-
ley of Temple Sinai, t ippl. m< ntiil
by reaiiinirs given by members of
his congregation. Chairman will in
I/iiiis Srhwartzman, executive rli-
n ei.ii of th. Bun au .1 Ji w ish
i- duration.
Women's American 0*T
The regular mei ling of Worm
Am. u. an ORT will be h- kl in Ihe
II ,-: itality Room of the t*hasi
Fi ik ral Bank Bkii i."> Arthur
c,n!ii,". i:.! Miami Reach at x
p.m. Thursday, Jan. 23, During Ihe
-,- i.,i hour i. freshnv>nts ill i*-
-ii\i' ,1-.' char:..tt- Leikel, hand*
wiii n \|. ii and analyst, will
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lea Vocal Is Spodrar
Ixxal radio |MrsoruiHt..
Vogei will bs the pasat s |
Sunday at Ihe 11 a.m. bpi,i,
tlklClaSSkM Krvtip to h !
Helh David South. 7.VW SW 1|
St Mi Vogei W'H s|aa,k .,
t'a|iti\. Nations How \\t
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accurate service ai le.ai
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SINUS CONGESTION
POLLEN ALLERGIES,.,
COLDS'MISERIES
Helps Drain All 8 Sinuses (critical areas
of colds'infection and pollen irritation)
Announcement has been made liflc ant i-allergetit to block
of an exclusive mn lahlet di
velopment railed l) list an' De-
I'oiigestant Tablt>. Diistun
works thtoujfh the bloodstream
and biiiijrs relief ;il minutes
from sinus congeation, pollen
iries and .old-' mi-ei i,-.
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Several openings for right pervor.s are available on English-
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Opportunity for proper earnings as well :o< creativity and
icwaidi.ic service.
One position, for instance, calls for a managing ed.to, w
to combine his editing with some productive solicitation of ad-
vertising and with some collection of old accounts
Ano-her paper seeks a managincj sdrhM skilled at pranir,n
codv. wr.-,nrt heads, proof roadlnp doinq creative lavnuM 'or
pages or special supplements a-, well as for exoerienceH r.
ing. editorial and rP.rjfinr, techniques. Good pay for outli'ied
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ii us. u Icarhen and charged
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court- n! r" !- Hi.-, is now i.in American Teachers Forum declar-
eaplur is come." the rd "Most Jewish teachers and ad-
no said, "for a great re-
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Jewish community. It is time t<>"
right th.si grave wrongs It is
lima tn pour water on the growing
rirea ol n Ugioua and racial hatreds
m Now York City bj finally facing
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ns functionally Hit. rate
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BECAUSE
The survival of the People of Israel is our profound concern
BECAUSE
We understand the strain on the People of Israel of holding firm while seeking peace, of
enduring guerilla attacks, barrages and urban terrorism
BECAUSE
Ii has been and continues to he our solemn obligation to meet the burden of the humani-
tarian needs of our Israeli brethren: the care of new immigrants who will arrive in the
tens of thousands in the year ahead; housing, teaching and rehabilitating those who came
in years past but are not yet fully self-sufficient
BECAUSE
The People of the State of Israel, completely overburdened in providing for their own
defense in the face of a relentless clamor by Arabs for their annihilation, can no longer
bear their share of the cost of UJA-sponsored humanitarian programs
BECAUSE
Now we must meet this burden in full
BECAUSE
"We arc resolved that
ISRAEL MUST LIVE
IT/:', the undersigned organizations, representing the vast majority of American Jewry,
pledge utmost support of our leadership and our members to the humanitarian goals THE 1969 ISRAEL EMERGENCY FUND CAMPAIGN and
REGULAR CAMPAIGN of the UNITED JEWISH APPEAL
conducted by the federations and Welfare lands throughout the country, and by
the VJA of Greater Ncu York in New York City
Conference of Presidents of Major Jewish Organizations
Affiliated Organizations:
American Israel Public Affairs Committee
American Jewish Congress
American Zionist Council
B'nai B'rith
Central Conference of American Rabbis
Hadassah
Jewish Agency for Israel American Section
Jewish Labor Committee
Jewish War Veterans of the U.S.A.
Labor Zionist Movement-Poale Zion, Farband. Pioneer Women
Mizrachi-Hapoel Hamizrachi
National Committee for Labor Israel
National Community Relations Advisory Council
National Council of Jewish Women
National Council of Young Israel
National Jewish Welfare Board
The Rabbinical Assembly
Rabbinical Council of America
Union of Orthodox Jewish Congregations of America
Union of American Hebrew Congregations
United Synagogue of America
Zionist Organization of America
Other Organizations:
American Jewish Committee
American Jewish Joint Distribution Committee
Council of Jewish Federations & Welfare Funds
United Israel Appeal, Inc.


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