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Title:
The Jewish Floridian
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63 v. : ;
Language:
English
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Jewish Floridian Pub. Co.
Place of Publication:
Miami, Fla
Creation Date:
January 17, 1969

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Jewish newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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newspaper   ( sobekcm )
newspaper   ( marcgt )
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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>.
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Description based on: Vol. 5, no. 47 (Nov. 25, 1932).

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Title:
The Jewish Floridian
Physical Description:
63 v. : ;
Language:
English
Publisher:
Jewish Floridian Pub. Co.
Place of Publication:
Miami, Fla
Creation Date:
January 17, 1969

Subjects

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

Notes

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

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University of Florida
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All applicable rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
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ocm35317254
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Jewish Floridian and Shofar of Greater Hollywood
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Jewish Floridian of South Broward
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Jewish Floridian of greater Ft. Lauderdale
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Jewish Floridian of Palm Beach County (Palm Beach County, Fla. : 1975)
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Preceded by:
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Succeeded by:
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Full Text
"eJewisRi Floridian
Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY
y.'jme 42 Number 3
M
French People Hit
De Gaulle Action
In Arms Embargo
iami. Florida Friday, January 17. 1969
Two Sections
Price
PARIS i JTA a- criticism
.-i to spread throughout
ovei President de Gaulle's
I .;.i i,I WMBOBI ami parti
to Israel thia week, It
lisi loted ihat Foreign Minis-
Michel Debre will appear be-
i foreign affairs committee
French National Assembly
iis month to answer questions on
embargo Mis appearance has
n demanded by many deputies
in a radio interview the Foreign I
linUter reiterated the French po-
|tM>i thai peace will come to the
i Ui Cast only if im|N>sed from
outside, and said the Western
- should stop making mon*
,,n the Mideast arms race pre-
nee to the United
ii %' tali of Phantom Jet pi
u ; and thai Franco contin-
t,i i" I : Ighl U)
t
i en of all political \ lews
1 the Frem h radio denoui i
rv i:i allegation thai their
. .ition to the embargo stem-
d from Israeli influences
. n
ir the statement n
i ilinist
Thi ulc, pj said
irks
i '.!-
, tl criti-
Ihe i ml
t. :'!..' [S] .
la in-
il

> i. Ft rich news-
' lonrk w hi< h
d the em-
I said
1 lud-
i Hub) t Be ivt M rj
pd il cynical

: .- to send to 1
,,' o ca led ml i o
with Le Theule claiming
it because the 50 Mirage Jets
; iel -paid In full last
wen being kepi I ir Is-
" and not lor any other
rpuse, there was "nothing to pay
bark The
added that
opinion A
spokesman
infoi mat ion minister
thia was his i isoi i
French government
promptly denied Le
Tin ui. x statement, hut declined
to say what French would do about
a refund on the Mirages, shipment
of which Gen de Gaulle banned,
after the Six-Day War, if Israel
aaked for one

IN WAKE OF FRENCH EMBARGO
Jewish Groups
Consider Plans
To Hit Back
HHilDim D( GAUUl
ONE-SIDED ACTION
France Ships Arms
To Arab Nations
JERUSALEM iJTAl Israel's
Foreign Ministry denounced the
French embargo on the shipment
of military materiel to Israel thia
is k a- ,i one-aidi d arid un-
warranted annulment of agree-
ments between states demonsti it
he ui to hui' Israel's abl I
to defend hei i i
.- "i
the '
Foreign S ....
stead
ily .i, ol tl i. x
win. s ol
....
....

Isia
Fiai
Aral
mws| thai
ha lit i i. .
\ i .I RiS a
i t to Iraq, w
lot
me pun has- ol i ''
l- ...
livered '..' VIi
: 11 I tO I.' I I
H wrll in <\ ters to
1 II ksl i Moi and
S.i idl .' -'
en i sold 135-nulli etei
el, ctronu I
[round missik and deep ar-
mor pent trating sin 11s In n
weeks According to Irmed
reports, a number ol Egyptian
frogmen are cum ntl) bi i 'rain-
ed In underwater sabotage and
hai boi pi neti at Ion al the Ft
av al base of Toulon
While the wlisna.ii posed aerl-
ooa problems. Defense Ministry
etrelea said thai Israel had pre-
pared itself inr sorb contlngen-
i i.s i,\ stockpiling airerafl and
Other spare part*. Industrial mil
miUtarj sotsteea aald the romi-
Contmued on P*gt 9-A
NEW Vi IRK (JTAi Amei icai
Jews at least those represented
bj major organizations are in-
furiated by the French boycott ol
arms and spare parts to Israel and
are mounting counter-measures
k signed to hurt France's troubled
eCOIM >m> .
Official Jewish groups have al-
ready brought to the attention of
a French diplomat ill Washington
the "mood of deep resentment"
thai prevails among their mem-
bers Hut they took paii to stress
that it is directed against Presi-
k : t Charles de Gaulle, who n
the embargo decision witho it
suiting his g nt, and not
-i the French people,
ne 200 i from 156 ol
the Metropolitan Region
Syna f Amei va-
tive i'
:u. i .; I i ;: ting here that til. >
would "n i tl i ill of the foi it
d I el '
I i kl
ivi intil
il fted. A
Canadian Church Leader
Charges 'Split Loyalty'
. \
i's la
...
i lews w

Dr. Robert
tin i~ titulai hi ad of th
: inada spok it i
with I
kish writer ssi ol
rti was i roadcasl live
idian 1 Dr
\l,i that the Jews
A i lt
as i ii 1 Jewish
. h posed i
i n s but ir atti-
tudi toward Israel
- rut ion complex ind I
,n > ci n II
Prol Fackenheim repll rl I it
in more than 20 years the Chris-
ty has ta
> with the Na
\ s v
.
n Israel He ask
iyalt)
anada an i Christ."
Dr. M ted that
, in Jews fell
;. t becaus they had i
-. ins ienci thej wen
: table I I ire Jews
in Israi I
i i "hui ch ol
Methodist ai d Congn it ionalist
and in< i ides i sect i< in ol Pn-sl
i.-iians Its official organ,
: -. i which i' i- insistent
irried artii to Is
i a< I. is i dit, d by Re\ A C For-
!.-t who has been condemned b>
many Canadian clergymen for his
anti-Israel, pro- V ab bias
LOCAL ORGANIZATIONS
Aa ON EMBARGO
Ji m ish hi ganii itions m the
Greater Miami are., spon-
tours to Europe and
Israel announced thia week
hat they had eliminated
from their itineraries
for nexl spring and summer
u -aus of >vh it the> de-
I a- President de tul-
le's mi -sided and arbitary
mbargo ig nsl Isi el
thi tours
Miami v
visits to I
i,! thi !-' el I '.'>: i
tioi | Jew-
ish Education
to
I
ite viettn
II -
nt
-

i
-
Continued on Page 15 A
IN THIS ISSUE
A 0 r. 4- A
Bar Mitcvahl "B
Book Review 13A
Candl jf ..ng 1CA
Cohen 4.A
O.nmg '3 B
EJ toria't 4.A
Engagem't* SB
Feature* 14 A
Lettert A
Obituar.ci 14.B
p-opie -eiaeei
Real BStatf
Sermon
Synagogu-i '
3
A
A
Wedd'ngs
Woman'*
World
Lehman
Z'DP
v
- 3
1
Pope Voices Regret Over 'Misinterpretation*
M*ti?&^
o. nahum mumum
R< IME iJT \> Pope Paul VI
this w., k granted a half-houi ,
diance to World Jewish Congress
i realdenl Dr Nahum Goldmann,
during which he reported!) < \-
iir, -s. ii regret thai his recent
siat. in. ut on the Middle I as) was
"mislnterpn t, |" by many Jews aa
taking sid.s againsl Israel. With
l>i Goldmann were Dr. Joachim
Prina of Orange, N.J chairman of
the governing council, and Dr.
Gerhard M Riegner, WJCongrass
m cretarj -general.
The Pope had aroused anger in
many Jewish eireles when, follow-
;: ii I's l '' 28 i epi isal ai I
Beirut International Airport, he
a leii r ol sympathy to Leb-
's Preaidi 1 t Helou
In Goldmann, ho v\aa itt
.i meeting ol the WJ<' n p ss
. II here reported
i ; ri ss conference on his talk
With the head of the Roman Cath-
olic Church. He said the Pontiff
emphasized thai he opposed all
sets ol violence no matter who
waa responsible for them and
pledged support for the "achieve*
meat ol a peaceful solution based
on justice which would unable all
poopli s in th< Kast to
i -ether in peao ai I hat
monj
l>i ioldmann ii '. thi Pop
expressed "his esteem "t th Jew-
ish i ople" and his Impel
. atiii.he .i.u ish coiiperat ion I -
clarlng thai the Pope's New Veai
speech condemning all violence in
the Middle East had clarified'' the
Impression created by the previous
Statement, I'r (ioldmann said it
COUM have lieen more useful If his
position had bean clear from the
beginning." and added that there
had lieen satisfaction" in Isra
at the Vatl
.. ling of that ci iuntr> |
ii said that
twi : Israel and the V'al icat
IV ed
Will Msuslow, executive diree-
tur ol ihe WJC'ongrewi, present-
ed a report on tensions Uelweeu
th- Negro and Jewish eacnnmssi-
tu-s in the I nii.it States, de-
scribing Muck mil i-Sciiiitism aa
the work of a hand I ul of ex-
tremists, hut assailing the mod-
erate Magre leHitership for fail-
Continued on Pag* 12 A


Tzqe 2-A
Unist FkrHi >i
Friday. January 1?
Rabbinical
Raps I A.
The P. Avsoc .
er Miami has issued a state-
menl United Na-
- s. -; Canmdfm oondem-
- la lor '.- meat rr-
~" I Beirut Inter-
tk r..: \ -
The H which was -
med or. of the Association
> RahS S : Jaffc president
*nd Rabbi Solomon Schiff >.
vice pres I oftJeiBtd thi
M N rjora for Its cons-.-- nt
BK >-cv>er-i2e Arab
*m and n 11 (Bans'
ng .rid delBBcrate
TV. Kpr i
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U.S. Mint To Produce
Israel Independence Coins
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Association
Decision ^
-.- V. A'i Plan* in
\therw. the condemnation is hadi-
- and prejudicial.
Th I'n.ted Nations failed to
recoe-v th.it tV An?, terrorist
AflatM resulted .n the los*
of one We and cuiid ha\e kftted
e\V'\one on botrt while Israels
retahat-.on ra: I vaa taken with
elaborate precaution* to amid any |
ioas oi life
We depiore the bet that the!
Nations hi> eOMastentlj' j
i to rec-nntre Ar.tb terror-am
-ntmier of the dhrfiBaaa of Is- i
rael nc nd .-
of hehgerrrtey ard provocation
We also regret that the United
State* has \ Died for the one-sided
-ondenuu:
-..-.
I iemand thai Arab |
eour hospinV*>
. 1 -ce< i

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I
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- iker -it the 11th annual ban-
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Friday, January 17. 1969
Volume 42 Number 3
27 TEVETH 5729
suiting
DeGaulle's Action Is
No Peace Move
hi a ccree- that fan spanned the
dark years of the Se-ror.d World Wai
the postwar era and the pressed
troubled period fa international re-
':'.cr.s. French President Charles he
Gaulle has r.eve: beer, or.e to attach
erect _-r.rc:: ~r.ee to the iemoa
process or. fc: that rr.atte: to the
views and opinions ol those vitally
icr.remed win a problem
He has :r. fad justly earr.ee the
reputation ol leaning heavily to
vrard the totalitarian s.de in develop-
ing hie own image.
Many ad the results of the Frer. .
""res.her.t s methods ia jowxning his
:r. are ol ::r. rerr. mainly -o
Id the :.e^ o: faternanon-
c. re.;:.:r.j however his i
r. lions outside c: France for be-ter ol
:or worse.
wee-: acting without
his cabi i d.spe:
with the customary diplomatic r_:e-
-.es Ger.. ce Gaulle .rr.pcse-d a complets err.-
~z:zo or. a" mihsary supplies to lerasL
While the General continues to profess c
des:re to se fas outright contempt for Israel hes become
abundantly evident in his repeated efforts to
jceep the military balance on the Arab side
at the expense of Israel.
Following a yearlong refusal to deliver 50
Mirage jets that Israel has already paid for.
the latest French embargo covers spare parts
for French-built planes already in the service
of the Israeli Air Force.
Israel can only view the French action as
"a one-sided and unwarranted annulment of
agreements between states" that clearly demon-
strates "the will to hurt Israel's ability to defend
herself against the continuing aggression and
enmity of the Arab states."
Forsaking cny semblance of justice in its
Middle East policy the French Government
has clearly decided to sell out Israel fa order
to secure the friendship of the Arch states
Ever, the New York Times. v.-r..zr. r.zd severe-
".-.- criticized Israel for the Beirut ra.d ar.d had
cpplauded the Security Council resoluliisi
cca.r.st Israel condemned the French err:h-arao
as cm ad c: twisted diplomat
Arms Shipped To Arabs
JOSEPH IL5IP
,, alsop ,.
Southern Democrats
Soviet Union was er.route to Moscow should
come as a warm development in an otherwise
grim picture of Russian Jewry threatened with
cultural and religious extinction.
Throughout the more than 50 years that
have passed since the Russian Revolution, the
Soviet Government has consistently refused
to allow the shipment of Jewish religious articles
in spite of the tact that such items essential to
ritual observance are not available from
sources inside Russia.
A few cartons of prayer shawls and mazu-
rahs can. of course have only a minor effect
in arresting the rapid deterioration of religious
life among Soviet Jews in a climate promoted
by the Kremlin and aimed at suffocating the
last vestiges of Jewish observance.
Nevertheless it is a ray of hope gecause it
demonstrates that even powerful nations can-
not ignore the ode of protest against conditions
imposed for a purpose of cultural genocide.
The struggle on behalf of Soviet Jewry,
however, must not be relaxed in the face of
token concessions by the Russian authorities.
New Nazi Party
rne run extent of ae Gauite > nostuity to-
weo e evident safe weak when
along with the embargo, it was cisc'osed that
France has been selling large en I of
arms to the Arab s'ates fa recent a
Egyptian frogmen ere beir.g ac.r.ed at the
French naval base fa Teulen to engage in
underwater sabotage and harbor peneaction.
None of mis can possibly be construed as
a striving for peace. It is merely the culmina-
tion of a calculated campaign to win oil
franchisee in the Arab states at Israel's expense.
Perhaps an economic boycott of Fxsshch
goods and services by Americans of all faiths
may serve to convince the French Government
that even in international relations injustice
has its limitations.
Protest Can Be Effective
The announcement last week that the hrst
shipment of religious articles ever sent to the
American Nazi ]
bended .
leader George Rod as appm I
a success:- .;. g \ -:.T: So tati* '.'
Peoples Party which
recently a recorded
e me Wash
tectur.ng rfadous art D Israel I .en-
a fewry.
Throughout its notorious career, the All
. Nad Party failed to recruit more than a
handful of followers with most of its impact
coming in the form of noise and publicity.
Like any extremist organization, the new
Nazi group should prove no more successful
than its predecessor.
Its mere existence, however, warrants the
constant vigilance cf both the executive and
legislative branches of our Government. Many
an extremist organization has grown m size
and influence m a climate of apathy among
the American people.
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JOSEPH M. LIPTBN
Pmidrnt
ROHALO A LIPTON
Ex*
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LEO ROBINSON
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GUS FEUER
Vice-President
md General Counsel
SAMUEL UPTON
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LEONARD BARR
Treasurer
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and Srtrrfurv
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DECEMBER 31, 1968
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ASSETS
Cash................................. $ 4.169.723
U.S. Government Securities............... 26.487,843
Total Cash and U.S. Government Securities............. $ 30,657.566
First Mortgage Loans................................. 265.243.407
FHLB Stock and FSLIC Prepayment..................... 4 372 833
Loans on Savings Accounts........................... 724 643
Dade Federal Buildings, Land and Equipment.............. 5 756 208
Deferred Charges and Other Assets...................... 564 372
TOTAL........................................ $30731 9 029
LIABILITIES, SURPLUS AND RESERVES
Savings Accounts................................... 1271.718.451
Federal Home Loan Bank Advances..................... 2 000 000
Loans in Process.................................... 8.762,138
Tax and Insurance Escrows............................ 1,812,108
Other Liabilities..................................... 440,067
Income Collected in Advance.......................... 808,040
Surplus and Reserves................................ 21778.225
TOTAL........................................ $307.319.029
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4!/2?
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Paid and Compounded Quarterly
Sava by ttu 20tl
Ejrn from the 1 at
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m of the Pacesefers
irman 1969 Combined Je-'.
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L. Pi nous, ohairman <>f th- Jewish
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Tho sanir gruui> at 79 i-ommunity
ten who coatributed S.VM.090
fur th.' 1968 combined <-ampaii;ns.
produced an effort during the past
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t'Jttrttti flcridirin
Paqe 7-
LETTERS TO THE EDITOR
Scores Report On 'Indian Jews'
l III I OK Tlw Jewinh I lm iili.m
I
Dr. S. Silver's roccnt article. ;
' Mexican Jewish Natives in a
Catholic World" torvecrniriK one |
Itabbi I>'rer and his exploits
among th- "Indian Jews" of Mex-
ico, was anuuing-
In 1964, while I lived in Mexico. '
th* repn>entativc of the Jewxshi
ftglthlff asked me to write an !
nrtaCot authenticating the 'Jew-
ishrvss" of the people in Venta
I'rirta. siiK-e the rabhis of the I.--
ultimate Jewish inmnMin.ltIn had
ruled that thaw people were not
.I.ws 1 refused to do this, since
KIHTOK. Th.- J.wl-h llori.lUn:
li with n>> humor, but with
Hi.' deepest angvi and frustration
that l say. De Gaulle gets my RauL
He ha-, taken li upon Inn.-.. If to
ilenj Israel Ihe arms and equip-
ment b) which to defend hersi
His arm embargo against Israel
- i..tally one Md>il and constitutes
an Arab victory d riled them on
th.- battlefield
!* Gaulle has envisioned him-
self as a god and being so blinded
bj hia own self-worship and radi-
nnce, now believes thai he has the
right and ih- power t" control tin-
r* stiny ol Israel.
To lop off his "omnipotent" ba-
il \mr hi- now refuses like some
>ri artist, to retain I" Israel the
$100 million deposited In France
for ums whk'h tnej ma) never
Huwavi 'hinu is i at I
i nd W ill sun I'.e and !>
his she must sequin am lot
Tliei efore u Fl >
turned i '< k ii I -i a
t that Ih
- : a nish Isi ie| m 1th that
j-i ihi irj i .i| ability m i essar) '"
.
M Mi-sll Ml II. FIMHER
my histoiual research ami \he
studies of two anthropologists in-
dieatcii that UMBB people had no
known Jewish ancestry. On the
contrary, the facts showed a Cath-
olic and Protestant past lor then-
ancestors.
In 1965. these Mestizo Mexicans
admitted the stories they had
b'en telling were "myths and fan-
tasies." It would be a dissipation .
of Jewish philanthropic funds to j
aid these people in (,'oiiiR to Israel.
because they do not require char-
ity and will probably only cans,
problems in integrating into Israel
This has already occurred when a
few of their number went to Is-
i fl years ago
The Israeli Embassy in Mexico
has followed the ruling of the le-
gitimate Mexican Jewish commu-
nities m refusing t>> recognize
these people as .lews The Israeli
rabbinate has also refused to rec-
ognize their, as Ji w s
Now, an American rabbi serving
a small group ol Knglish speaking
'. v\s |n a Reform type of obaerv-
aj i has "placed a kosher stamp"
on tin se people.
Dr. Silvr has apparently used <
publicity release from this Ameri-
can rabbi to fill his column This
Irresponsible writing ls a disserv-
ice to the Anglo Jewish press
Quite probably. Dr Silver has no
fust ban.I knowledge ol what he
w roll'.
I waited to comment on the
article in order to gel information
from Mexico including data from
the Hanoi's congregants. The re-
sponses Included the following:
(a i The Israeli Ambassador dews
not recall him;
(b There is no "liberal" group in
Mexico except Utit's, though
there is a Conservative group;
(Cl Mexico City's approximately
15.000 Jews are organi/ four communities with their
own synagogues and schools.
Lerer's group has about loo
families, practically all of
whom are non-Mexican
1 repeat I believe that Samuel
Silver's column is irresponsible
w i iting,
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"Why ran'! I
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to Israel and to this
similar is taking
; ace in New York, where th-
n action" to the confronta-
t.on t> tween the Teachers Union
an a J< v. ish issue in the minds
any, thereby failing into the
t'ap set by a small group of
nts. Cine must think sober-
';. of the implications in a ;>-
liticai situation next November
.: which the important New York
raitty will be fought around
Jews "f that city. The injus-
- ing don* to John Lindsay
will surely boomerang on those
who cry anti-Semitism for their
own purposes.
To ask any Jew to keep his
n outh closed or write letters to
r:ims< If is not only impossible but
I i.M'Hisly the wrong approach. As
the athletic world, sometimes
the best defense is a good offense
1 have the uneasy feeling, how-
f ver, that this is not the time for
:t Many people are not capable
of handling deep problems with
i.rxiersianding. We here are part
of th< strongest Jewish commu-
nity in the world, with a proven
leadership. It would seem to me
that at this point, discretion be-
ing the better part of valor.
' Leave the public talking to the
it aders" could be sound advice
For one who washes a better
understanding of the true nature
cf anti-Semitism. Florida State
Theatres has brought to this
community. "The Fixer." one of
the finest motion pictures ever
done on the theme The film ver-
s.on of Bernard Malamud's best-
seller opens today in a number
of locations. While it is strong
i ini. it is the kind that
every Jew must of necessity take
if he is to break away from the
superficiality of complaining of
anti-Semitism in letters to th*
editors or the stupidity of mak-
ing local radio comments.
^ The Florida feeling:
It's something like this,
You hear birds sing
You relax in a seat that's striped
C a beech chair. Yhi rabble on
Florida shrimp tad conch fritters, and
rip a long. cool. Florida drink. Sanaa. You're on National Airlines.
At National, we (^everything we can to heap the
Florida feeling going I rumour siinm cabin interiors
to t lie sun reflector we give you, ever) nmrIi was planned to keep
your mood |Mire Honda No matter where von re going, it -, nice to
know Hut you can go with Florida. On National And if you're on
your waj back home to Florida, before you takeofl you can !* in out state.
Our state ol hhikI. we mean, (all >our travel agent or National Airlines, 633-3311
National turned Florida into an airline.


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Fridav. January 17. 1969
*b~i*ltttrHrtr
Paqe 9-A
France Ships Arms To Arab Nations
is n-. .1 force*, re- borflber-li rs, y,
I this wee* included Oura- ten i M trainer u
imnne Mtigte-seatrr
Continued from Pag* 1-A .lane. AloueO.
84 trainer used nanufactun I in scvei tries,
Vt assault attack i>lan<' in the Six-Day War, Super-Frelon heav> hehcoptei
u one <>f the first French type produced b) Israel's tii IMX reconnaiss m and lank-
craft put Super- craft industry undei an agreement lesti I vehicles used
ol French planes Mysteres, Mystere jet Interceptors with th French manufacturer, in manj irs AMI. 24!
i Itary t In V'autoun twtn-ei | tv. r. i t I ,. ss-
r\ has a uf Helen! lmk ol
. in .'i aircraft i'ari to last
ui Israel's m defense m-
nni hi replace laiw.
n -nti-tank niiasllri in US* i1 al
least \h countries towsl alto put
chased number ol French high
speed gunboats for Its Navj
era! months ago, at^as rt-jHiiwd.
The Foreign Ministry's sfctc-
merit noted rh*t- "Isr;i. I
ow n i fforts and the optimal
ol hi i Intel nat ional connei 11< ins is
I inuing in maintain hei rl<
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+Jf*i Friday. January 17
THE RABB. SPEAKS FROM HIS PULPIT
Patience And Zeal
.> KAKBI SOLOMON SCHIKF
< i.n^rt-sili.in IV-th El
In u nudst of the war of
uopLs between liases and Aaron
on the onr hand and Pharaoh on
tl>> otlser, the Torah refers to the
proia,ur i.-ts. saying: "These are
they that swke to Paraoh the
kinc of Kgypt
t<> brine forth
ttv eiiikiren e-f
Israel out of
t; t h f s o
'he san*-
M and
Aan
The C'om-
irt \-
in thi ir
n and in

th- y
-
before
which is Worth set tint; is worth
working for with patience and
zeal.
Sarely in on^oim: rlislocue be-
tween parents and children is
worth working at despite failures
and frustrations. Surely the life-
long love and comiianionship which
should exist between husband and
v. if*, is worth striving for. des-
pite various disappointments. And
certainly a relationship where
neighbors can live with one anoth-
er in a si.int of harmony and
peace, is worth laboring for.
It is to those who ran follow
examp4e set hy (states and
!. to pcracvere in the face
l trial! and to labor increasingly
for their goals, tiiat the rewards
ceesi are bestowed
tots. Sarff

th"
>m-
,i ire
th.- zeal .ii
Itae* ami Aaron by
t. liinu Of that after th- ittet
.. m f It* ir initial nuiting with
Pttars ih they maintairnsi
am tsar, ami commitm
Phai only turnxl down
theii I-' selites
free, hut ted their hardships
of -- man) times Leoer men
Aar with
.
. i!
i in I
bus*
h ,in im-
thn aten to <
i
By RABBI SAMUEL i. FOX
Hk\ MM the Tr.ilih held in
hmd daring th. moraiag read-
ing of the Sheaia?
Some claim that this is done -so
that the T/:tsis will be close to
the heart. They particularly hold
the T/itsLs in the left band for this
I reason. This is based upon a verse
in the Bible which reads. "And
these words which I command
thee this flay, shall be u|>on thine
heart" iDeut 6e6).
I
< Mhers maintain that this oomea
under the category' ol "Chivuv
Mit/\ah Sine the last jwiragraph
if the Shetoa speaks of the x>m- '
inan.lment of T,it-is. the wnshl|i-
Lper holds these in Ins hand t.>
i .-.iiow that the] aii dear to him.
i Since the T/itsis are symbolic <>f
all the conimandnients. this might
b<' taken as a measure "i Indicat-
ing that all the commandm
ate dear to us. or that we hold
them all dear in our hearts
\\h> do some c\o%r their e\ f-s
or iiixcr thi-m Ttith their hand
when tbe> m-tf tin- ofM-aing
itrrxxr of th<- Shruia (Hear oh
Ir.n I. Lord our tiod. the I.<.nt r>
One i f
Son* claim that this a doix v"
as to allow oar to offer his fullest
measure of concentration whtti n -
_- this phrasi which stresses
the unit rod Bj ck
eyes he allows no distraction to
take pla
i >iii. i- Lai I tat placing the
Salo W. BcTon. prominent Jew-
ish histcricn. has been named
pient cf B'nai B'rith's
1969 Jawish Heritage Award
Prof. Baron will receive the
SI.000 prize ior "excellence in
lerahire
.- .-.. il ,-(-..-- i in
-. the G
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here H
MAX UPSCH1
.. Leader
R: :m '. >SAH CON fM
Mouth M
SYNOPSIS OF THE WEEILY TORAH PORTION
Vaera .
Moses and Aaroi exhort Ph.iraoh to release the I
And Moses ami Aaron wnt in unto Pharaoh I Kxod 7
The Lord. th' G>d of the Hchnn\s. hath sent me unto I
saying: Let My people go" (7.10).
VAERA God told Hose* that He had first appear.-.:
Abraham, Isaac, and Jacob as Kl Shadrtsl, and had mad-
eovenol with the patrtarchs to give th-m the land of dn..r
Now rvarine the unhappy cry of IN- Children of Israel, t-.
Almighty wa* reminded of his covenant.
Ph.iraoh refused to let the rhtUren of Israel depart I
the land of Egypt <'**l brouchl seven plagues >n the Egypt I
in an attempt to force Pharaoh's hand blood, frogs, gnats, fl
murrain, boils .ind ball
v first Pharaoh conceded to Moses, I and mj ;- i
wicked Entreat the Lord, and let there i enough of -h- -
mighty thiindei-ii: ill: and I.will let you go' iRxndin -
But. whei tin : pies stopped Pharaoh'* I
hardened again, tnd he refused to let tks li wlites
TWs rtceunting of tht Weekly Prtlc- of the Law is astrachnf
and bassd wfion "Ths Graphic Hiitsry of h JawMh MarUhja,"
sditsd hy P WollminTumir. $15. Publi*h*r is Shengold. and tbo
volomo is availabla at 27 William St.. Naw York S. N.Y. Prtsidont
ot ths society distributing tho voluma is Josopb Schlang.
right hand over the pyw lymbol- versalit) ol God si ti
i/ e|v.
Mots out his vision Tliis knttcatea taknl> assuming tl I wo
our willingness t., lacrlflce our shippei n ikdaring his belW
(iit winch tie s,. v wiih hh
I i '! m hi' h
very lives if and when neceasT)
for the purpose if maintaining our
belief in the one and o,-.lv God
It might ais,, be said that rJos- wlthsn sn sits : 01
ing "'ii pyes indicates the uni- th fnmwork .1: -.-it,
'Aliyah' Increase From U.S. Reported
WASHINGTON JTA Ma
!'.i\ ,r. lireetoi -l-> m ral ol rln Jew -
-
-
illed
iUII-
tries
Add)
li\es and
Jewish imnnninl
nth
use was
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MUM
SHALOM COSGBEGA.
Ar o--:nodo
Canto' Morrn Brr 1

ASi"E EVES .'33 SW 19TM Ave
Conservative Cantor Sol Paoviti 2

BETH AM (TEMPLE, W50 N Ken.
Sail Or S Miami. Reform Rabbi
Herbert Bawnigard Cantor Michael
Kyrr 3

BETH OAVIO M26 SW 3rd Ave
Conservative Rabbi Sol Landau
Cantor William W Lipson 4
i JMB
A uraaip Perl i>f-
Mltsvafa Jon
i:.,u,' I Mr and Mi M ...... Bad
i ri ur.i.,> ;, m Sermon Th,-
Ti.r:,l \*->-' Mia* '" -" i' '"

BETH EL. 500 SW 17th Ave Ortho-
do Rabbi Solomon Schiff 5
Vt\ i m Uaisuln) in s-r-
n i".,r.,"h Lltroa mi' 11am ? *
|i m .\lin, Iih (:|fi p m
BETH KODESH 1101 SW 1?th Ave.
Modern Traditional Rabbi Max
Shapiro Canter Bon Dickson a
I |. ni i Ill'-M Sl>. .,k. I I '
a i Kahm fti raaon Lanii
BETH TOV iTEMPLEl Mil SW
th St Conservative Rabbi Simon
April 8
I li In. -' >;.....-
1/ ui' rtehmortama hVrnsn vv hui
l- \v Bdiii .ii -
K..||.\- li)

B'NAI SHOLOM iTEMPLEi 2T> N W
19*th St Conservative Rabin Abra-
ham Qossel 9
a
ISRAEL iTEMPLEi OF GREATER
MIAMI 137 NE 19th St Reform
Rabb< Joseph R Narot 10
i. rn !*>rti I i
J. I-' i -l ..i Ami I .
o
ISRAELITE CENTER J175 SW 25th
S* Ccnsrrv-it ve. Ra- L
D-a*,n Cantor Nathan Parnass 11

o
MINYONAIRES SVNAGOGLE
B rd Rd Modern Traditional Cantor
Low.s Cohen ;
o
OR OLOM iTEMPLEi. 8755 SW -6th
St Conservative Rabbi Ralph Gi.
man Cantor Benjam,n Ben Ar, 13
,
daasti
- '. i
..< si-
Mr. Iln.-- .\|i-
\ I.!-
TIFERETH ISRAEL 500 N Miami
Ave Conservative. Rabbi Ralph
Carmi. Cantor Albert Clantt 14
TIFERETH JACOB (TEMPLE! 9S1
E. 4th Ave.. Hiaiean Conservative
Rabbi Mawnce Klein. 15
Kii'lai IT. p ni S.ri,i.,|( "OnajM
I'l'uniKi- bo CwltTatodT"
ZION (TEMPLE). SO00 Miller Rd
Consorvative. Rabbi Alfred Wa>>
mtn. 14
CAMDLELiCHTING TIME
27 TEVETH 533
rvv-v-
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MIAMI BEACH
AGUDATH ISRAEL. 7S01 Cariyle Av-
Orthdoi Rabbi Isoac Ever 17
' p in BB1 urtla> IS .1 in
Then r-
Mlddli r_.-i

BETH ISRAEL 770 40th St Orthodo.
Rabbi Berel Wein. It

BETH JACOB 301 Washington Ave
Orthodoa Rabbi Shmaryahu T Swir.
sky Cantor Maurice Mamches. 19

BETH RAPHAEL (TEMPLE). 1548
Jefferson Avr Conservative Rant)'
David Raab Cantor Saul Breeh. 20

BETH SHOLOM iTEMPLEi. 4'4
Chase Ave Liberal P-ii.ii, Leon
Kronish Cantor David Convner 21

W u


BETH TFILA" IM Eu i.d Ave Ortho-
dox Rabbi Joseph E Rackovsky If

CUBAN HEBREW CONGREGATION
WSr Washington Ave Orthodox
Rabbi Dow Rosencwaig :j
o
EMANi EL TEMPLE) 1701 Wash-
mgton Avr Conaorvat .- Rabbi
Irv ^ j Lahrn an C-anto- 2. Adloi

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acaof natroa
D' Orthodox Ra-3b A,eanJ" I
as

JACOB C COHEN COVMiN*.
SYNAGOGUE 1532 Wash ngton Ave
Orthodox Rabbi T.bor H Stern
Cantor Meyer Engel 2
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a
KNESETH ISRAEL -US Euci d A
Orthodox Rabbi David Lehrf.eid
Cantor Abraham Snf 27
1
Thi > "
MENORAH .TEMPLE. 620 TWl St
Conservative Rabbi Mayer Abram.
switl Cantor Nico Feldman 28
I'i pi a*jU||rfl
o
NER TAMID (TEMPLE) 80th St and
Tatum Waterway Modern Tradi-
tional Rabbi Eugene Labovitt
Cantor Edward Klm 2
OMEV SHALOM 7055 BcmU Dr.
Orthodox Rabbi Phmeas Weber.
nan. jo
Irrida) p n lautrda)
rU rtnoi .-.. AJu ad p m
U i |< ii.,--

SEPHARDIC JEWISH CENTER S45
B NAI RAPHAEL 14 -83r<1 St
Canaarvattva. Ra
Cai 36
i
a
SSAi TEWPiE IRTH DADE
Reform Rabb, Ra.oh K.ngx e.

S- V LAKE SYNAGOG'.E IS1S1 NE
19th Ave. OrthoOox Rabb. Jonah F
Caplan. 34
YOUNG ISRAEL or GREATER
MIAMI 990 NE ''I.! St Orthodox
Rabbi Naftali Porush 39
o
coial cables

JUDEA iTEMPLE. 5500 Granada
Blvd. Reform. Rabbi Morns Kip-
Pr tQ
1 P mi 1- F ram
rtmsj>rary Itlai k.' Kafm
.1 b. llnr Mitxvtih 1". I, r ^,,
1 i'i tin II it M I!
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a
HAUANCAlf
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MALI ANDA.LF
HOilYWOOC
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R.i 1
1
BETH SHALOM I 1.t
Monroe St Conservativ*
Mon.n Maiavakj Ca.....
LwtiMsa
SiNAI iTEMPLEi "201 Jonnsen
Conservative Rabbi David Smpu
Cantor \rhudan Heilbraun 17

M'BJUsUB
ISRAEL .TEMPLE, MOO SW ft"
Way Conservative Rabb' lrv.
Cutler .|

PCHsWANO BEACH
iAMORA JEMPLE; 44 Zamora Ave
Conservativo RabD Maxwell Berg,.
Cantor Seymour Hinkea
i 11 in Serin-
1 1 ... .
SHOLOM iTEMPLEi 132 SE lit* *
Conservative Rabbi Morns A Sor
Canter Leon Segal 1
p m S, rnvun Mr:.-
ViaioSj" katard a a*
Bar Mil n
Collins Ave Rabbi Sadi NUimm
3"
o
Ft. iAWOUOAlE
YOUNG ISRAEL or MIAMI BEACH
1542-44 Washington Ave. Rabbi A
Ben-Hillel 32
4r
NOffTH MIAMI BEACH

ADATH YESHURUN iTEMPLEi 1025
NE 183rd St. (Miami Oardens Rd.)
Conservative. Rabbi M.iton Schlm.
sky Cantor Harry Sterling JJ
11 ..,'1
Jowlnrl A Sail.
I m .iii-
'i I III
BETH TORAH NE 144th St at 11th
Ave Conservative Rabbi Max Lip-
_ SCh.ti Cantor Jacob Penzer 34
SUtfSsOf
BoIr,andRp^rLk ln,EMPt;E, 'S E -OGAN OAV ID *CON G R E G A *. ON
Clttnc! rT'l Rabb. Ph.l.p 9344 Coll.n. Ave. Orthodox Rarr.
wnaison Cantor Theodore M.ndich 42 |Mac D v, 0
Kabbimoal Jclevision rrocj
BETH M 0 S H E CONGREGATION
13800 W D'Xie Hwy Conteryat vr
Rabb David Rosenfeld Cantor Brn
2ion Ki '%c henbaum 36
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Host 1: Li,. Avrom L Drasin, bi
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Jan. SI Oi ., :
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1
kdoy. January 17. 1969
* k*ist nvrkttor
Paae 11 A
Aibavitch Dinner To
I [onor "Life Partners'
AI
son
Ium L'Inyonel Cbinuch >>i
I i educational ori;iini/a-
f the Lubavtti 'her nwvmiient,
even ''> itw Miami
* ho have been named
I ,. men ol in* organisation
i < , i _- i, si- <>i honor at the
,-..:: Ol I .'it.;i
,...... ,| |a contribute
oi all tii.it Future
the m ivcmenl Tin
diniMM will be held Bl
, Hot< Miami !

rf. i
\|i i kos L"l >nel Chi
,|

Mi Kaln an Wo-
Mr* Poruth) I
Pai'
Wodonos who
ii Jl v
, I
ina Ml W
'. ith [si < i
l:
I
Issocial ion in

Hel <'f
i
I 'uban
Hi ind his
- and
preaidenl <>i the Sisterhood of the
Jacob C Cohen Community Syna-
gogue Hiul has basm Botlve in lh'
Jewish War Veterans Auxiliar)
and Hadassah
Rabbi and Mrs Oriodand moved
i.i Miami BVach rc nii^ from At-
antic < n N.l Rabhi ( i
|iasl ;. skit i i of ihe t 'holei
Toiah School and is vici president
of Camp Ga I u 11< b I Mis
who i- active in I
i 'iinl' i !' I adii \ ixiliai )
ha\I- i". i 11. i ii% md
Riva ami i Jaj
M lonjj-
i| Miami 1 '.i i
Mi
if the Ohol i i irah > h >l ai I
:
He is
- ol I '. h I.SI M
II
11\i' in hi ihii|i i Torah W
ip and in Ni nhi i Cha
Monn am/alion "I I
Ml. h
Continued frsm Page 4-A
the crucial committee structure
Rusaoll is ni> hater, but te is a
Southerner to the very depths
ni ins inmost I* ins;. He also
strongly shares the view that
large!) molded Lyndon Johnson's
majorit) leadership the view
that ihi i. is alwavs a duty t"
work with the occupants of the
White llu:isi even if hi beloi gs
tn the opposite part)
As tin the Republi ins, the
Ii urn \ ictory won b> the
lei iti Si n Hugh Scott ol
Pi-nni inia, ill not rhanj i
orl i'ii sident-
Nixon ran i iunl upon from
his own party. On the Republican
111 House then an hard-
ly t l Nixon will have
VII Nixon will
r in winr> about ii
l.s si i mi; to ii I hit l he old I -
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North
has U n a iesidenl
id 1940 Shr
In the Hebrew
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dance at the YM-YWH \ ol Great-
er Miami. 8500 SW sth SI Sun-
da) i \. Inn ai i ordlni; tn an an-
nouncement b) Sam Seitlin, presi-
dent "f the Y All proceeds will go
tn the YMll.Vs Scholarship Fund
A special show similar to the
one si-tn Mea s*i ai s Eve will l- preaented.
ami Lombardo'i brothers, Carmen.
Lebert and Victor will appear with
him, a> weil *> Konn) Gardner
Cliff Crass, the Lombardo Trio
ami the l-ombanlo Twin Pianos.
Tlie program w under the Chair-
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in short, everyone has been
parroting the i*>int thai Nixon
i>l take office without a con-
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look al nV hard (sets, the frAsf
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11 nisi i- .u I) ktei tical l
positioi S and "as
md "i
votin mi thi i ase of Atla l
ton Powell The wil) Republican
<".. raid ford i
Mil his, in, h is 15*2 votes in his
i inks and H I* Republicans
i thai
S ite i'.' [Hiblicans
'!'!' : is no one in the I[ who is iall. 11>m|ai abb' to Rus-
sell: I"! both the chairman ol
Ways ai d Means, w Ubur Mills
ni Arkansas and the chairman
ni Appropriations Georsr Mahon
ol Texas are tii indivkbia stii
t.. in eharai lerfaeed .i^ prin irtl)
Southern leaders The nearest to
tins is the chairman of the Rules
Committee, Rep William Colmer
ul Mississippi.
H the i.i. remains thai thi re
are between SO and 60 Southern
Democratic members In the
House w hose caste ol m
n>-".' ^ ''i.i u cnnsei\alive to
vote with the Republicans in the
crunchea As a majority ol the
Hums,' is only .'is. you can see
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Pope Voices Regret
On 'Misinterpretation'
girae to n wm us noHrtas which rights"
' ami shoulii f***-! duty-boarrt -,1
.,..- analtion. to Utt JawWl peo- On the statute of UmtUtlOM <* a situation irurr. ,
,!, as a who* and a K,,a. di* th, consensus w. Nrt. to th, CM* of human (fcrn-n^vorrrn.-nt art Pmrlta- a-QuHg*
Continued from Pg* 1-A
nit to r |iii.li.ili- and il.-nuiim .
"Vv-n tSMM iNcl.it. (I and |i ttaraaoas" and art* of anti-
Semitism. The Mallow ri|..ni
real firnu- work for the elimination of dis-
crimination against Nefiaai in
johv education and housing.
The governing council devoted
h of its deliberations to inter-
i.ii onal problems directly affect-
ing the welfare ol Jews and Israel.
Among these wire the situation of
Jews In Eastern Europe, particu-
larly Poland and the Soviet Union,
md the United Nations Security
ndemnation of Israel's
28 reprisal rani on Beirut In-
ternational Alrporl Another mat-
ter of concern was the statute of
imitations on Nazi war crimes
iroaecutions In West Germany,
which is scheduled to take <-iit-t
Dec 31.
Armand Kaplan, director of the
Prague Says Ex-Nazis
Hold E. German Posts
BONN iJTAl The East Ger-
man regime has been seriously
bi rassi I by a list of former
Nazi wai criminals now hi^h in
- ranks submitted to 11 recently
Czechoslovakia East German
lorities n ingrily, accus-
f trying to defame"
isi j because ol its par-
ticipation m the Soviet-led inva-
sion of Czechoslovakia last August
Thi Cast i;. ar thai m >i i
>i ex-Nazis will !* forthcom-
e. In addition, con-
ible material on war crim-
rials hi ling high positions in I
iei man] was n i ibmitted
Simon Wiesenthal, the Nazi
a aii rimes archivist in Vienna
WJO .. i: ktional affairs
department, contrasted the baraas-
ment of Polish J< WS by the War-
saw regime with the Mendl) atti-
tude of Czech authorities despiti
the continuii n Csechoalo
vakia He said Jewish community
is had I*', n encouraged b)
Czech President Ludvik Swihoda
to go ahead with preparation for
celebration of the Czech-Jewish
community's 1,000th antmcrsan,
Mr. Kaplan said the Czechoslo-
vakian government and people
strongly rejected attempts
by Poland and East Germany to
xport then anti-Semitism The
gravest causi for concern, he said,
was the position ol Soviet Jewrj
which w hi with ambigui-
b i t the So\ let govern-
ment's foi I .|om,.sti,- |K>li-
Cies. Russian Jews are DOUltd to
bi- adverse!) affected by Moscow's
pro-Arab policy, and at the same
time, domestic policies make it Im-
passible for Jews to dt w lop a free
cultural and religious life, he said
The resolution adopted by the
council spresaed "mounting anxi-
etj over the indefensible policy" of
the Polish government, which it
said was iiireet.ii against "the de-
ft ns.less remnants" .,i Polish Jew-
ry, ami called on the Warsaw re-
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Paq* 13-A
JcUcdJi
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at times.
Morris Kipper, spiritual
: i rnple jmira <>f Coral
tali ti 'l wite Lenore,
, Kornrad, gifted ar-
st published two w ry
: ir young children.
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WD JOEY IN
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The happy romiilna-
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, ,- and the artist have
low Iv books tor
v\ t,> i n-ht unlti n
and charm
isti ati d In the same vein.
G nd Itature
u aimth
. i low ins; 1 lebbk and
i and lov-
. \|- rienci
- and soi

u | ittk*
" n a
; I and '.nd' r-
Iret rii.
tvoadi rs ol I ;l
Ihefi da lit
ach Synagogue
u>ketball Games
Star! Tuesday

Bead S na
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mi in this m w-
, n pic 1>< ih Sholom,
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sw>pont*. tmd Maatvta
ool.
YMrl \ i- sponsorinff the
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to help brinK togeth-
^i w sh yo ith In a positive artiv
it) wholesome atmosphere
wi dtaneously providing an
op i t\ fur thim to become
hyi : with others from various
pa t of the city."
Y alto provides the basket-
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til parries. Trophies for teams and
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reation of man is simply
' a in the birth ol a new
lister The end of living
- :- similarly told with a
lov< ly stor> ui an old and favorite
t that had to I-- eiii down.
toward our i< llow
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v. ith disc..... sptor
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mi. Even motk n d<
d< d m a fun itorj o( a ham-
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:
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These iKKiks are more than
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Children ask marnslinssiy l
Kent qm stli ns and these excep-
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these books a valuable addition
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use these before publication are.
ly looking forward
for the others in the planned
series.
Mmh for, thought ami at
nto i se books Thi
ti rial us, u has bet n thon
' sti -i foi s< m n >. ars, troth in
us and publii schools bj
- and by psycholof ista
Ral bl Kippi i r gan his n -
ii 191 l into thi spiritual
His comprel i
red on the sbt to
' oup, u ho are
l> sinning to be vita
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I il in Kippi
ed to ha\r the
inquisitive children; and he
greed with other theologians
and paychoaogasta on the far-
reaching problem of the lack "f
opportunity to enable children to
learll about Onl and nature in
other than snjar coated fairy
tale iv incept
R bbi Kippei 'a rabl the-
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philosophj and pi dagogj ii
grades Hi itc of
Hebrew I'nioi Col l< ge and at -
tended I'nivi rsit) of Chicago for
in- .i ad lati studies H< has a
degree in Group Work and is vi-
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Jew ish edi work.
Mrs Kipper who has worked
side bj side m ith hi r husband on
all phases "f these books, and who
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for Ihem is a graduati ol Na
tional College ol Education, in
! \ai si,hi 111 she w as a public
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she teaches S it laj school and
tutors slow |i arm rs foi
\ drej Ki imrad, w hose lively
and ei Ural Id
Tiiui h to the
wifi of ]
local surgeon. Her excellent back-
ground in the world of art covers
a wide field, she has Illustrated
s. \. ml hooks and was art editor
for the ah Voice ihagazine She
studied and taught mi painting
ai d Sumie art In Japan She ex-
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+Jmis*ncrklkui
Friday. January 17. i*.
7Wy's Tfcffcf: ty Pit SAJKIB SttVCT
The Fight For Justice Is Everybody's Concern


IJUllniV KK
WTOte
58 in
Bible >\.i
won le i
5
I 1 m'l ki
:
il. I)
i- those i>p i'iisjs
ms.
:I. >ou could t:n l the
i lum W Piilm 5H you
! nriiwl ec ign /
hu>i
- .
! '
men* No, you don't, tmt in
seercl you devise Injustice and
u leal out k iolence on thii
. i ;ii
N iihin is m ie shocking
than ill-- r vi lation thai ; hi
-
i- rr h mest
than


He may l addtnaaJng people
like you and me, wh don't sit
on inch b n- has, I'm are expect-
ed i.i be fudgi T judge
coph :.<.r\\ iml honetly, to
- iiions
nut ".....'
,. -.,- tvtihr is

I
omatbing unkopartani like
nl. r '! .i man comph \ n
lb land win n his I
|j l or the n> Igh
l'h
,
re
tl
Cpecicl Report On Soviet Jews by BORIS SMOLAR
inti-Semitism Or Bias--No Difference
Plit.KK. IS \o tierce anti-S
B mi-i Union
of the st din regime Nor is there the atm *
,ii crude anti-Semitism prop gated bj Kh ushche\ s
cynical anti-Jewish remarks about the V
viches" ni ihe Soviet system. However, then i h
goad deal "i anti-Jewish discrimination which
makes the Jews feel that they are consider -l
nd-clas< cit;. i
Stalin had planned to deport all Soviet Jews
after W> rid War II t.> n mote p irt* ol Sihei i i
hi- did the Volga Germans, Crimean Tartars, and
other small national minorities during the a -
! i I hi i I
: i plott ill. linsi
him and h institut<*d the notorious "Doctors Tu-
il' which -\ i- supjwsed to have been the lignal
: ir Ihe mass-deportation .: the Ji \i The trial I
I iki plaei onlj because Stalin <1:- 1 .i t. days
before it was scheduled to open, The physicians
: mi .i charge ol plotting" on Stalin's life
u iv rclcnstd ind the deportation plan which was
.. ii ht'i. ii-.- tn So\ el Jewry, has never n iied
Khrushihcv, who succeeded Stalin did not re-
\ ive the lal n bee luse I hi was
- nt >p|msit:oi in I in I hi p I rtanl
Capital Spotlight
By Milton Friedman
I S. Judges Praise Israeli Courts
A HI KH W i -
i

.....
I' .S. judges a I \
Si X
SCO
.... ...
... [sl I
': w int. nal of ihi S i
s deeply in It In I
'Ph. report is I
Hi tage."
But mot h tion. rhe Ami rican F
lous Frei di>m ml-.. m dtaneoush released at
Btt ck on th compra f Israeli 1 iv to Um oci c>
Prol Hor ci M Kallen president ol the group, ch
that Israel had failed for 20 yc rs t" honor it- p*
to miarantei full rights to ill "without distinction -if
religion, race, or \
Thr lynagogue-state issue In Israel was dramatized
II e R 11
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. | ;. ;
I
ht to
\1, \V ni- t concluded thai
I I-1 ly in Isi i-
, | ,, ,
.\i men C :' ic in I otn< rs a we'l is M
other niths 'Hi w is impress! I v th -,
.' the O thodox II i of thou* inds
wo -ni'i itreaming to III M '.'. for th< r
s.iiiii.ith oii-erxance
Israel Newsletter
By CARL ALPERT
Agency Shakeup Boosts U.S. Aliyah
^r^r*^l|k^ ^B H x" v *"'"'' ',1''
rM ^ 'i fi""ni
tu organize Zioi I ith *roi k and
to .it mti w pre
i i ,i i loth
Each ; el's
. e that
w ere
cho v
i iny re.
lies. Tl -in \ is
m th .ii
I ioo
try ji tl i
i t if
he #|
Lilt
lone to i
. h ni
i groups, .ii-
ii nt with sin ill I on nun Mm U S and
other Western countries Indeed son* iries
conakli : d I dangi :"u- \ irage nu.uiii class
unnlgrants The latter, ii ihej canoe la large man-
Ijrrs, wi nli! noi vote light, ind miuht tilt the
.licaariil scale in Israel,
All this if. presumed t. have cbangad in ih.- kmg
due reorganization ol the Aliyah I m tment
I th. .ii a ish v.:- i. > I hi '. n
-niferent E-omv Ij th p ;i i ised lo be i
iphemUms ind witho I ihlicitj
Todaj it has it into th pei
11 s i jes
|i
1 exeeul
Ah,.|, II -
III.,!-
....
\ i
: uti
I heir task. Ai ,,|
, : '
\ v. well
lews of the I ,
ing, i vii lisfying. I ,,-
in- lighti i in
of 1968-69 e twenty yea i Vnd tens
"' "'"" *i Jews hundreds of
thousands i from the Unite i St it<
ha\-e the |oyi and tin a tis action ol their
families in the unique and historic environment ..f
l-1"'"1 I late but for man) readers ol th
lim I nut y. t ti^, l.,le.
ben Si
i.;.
not Ik sit I lain of I Cans
nunlst P iy thm he nth St tin
ihe Ji ws ... I 5SR wen i i^s in .ms- .f .,
i S Mar with thi Li lates Hi
mitli il thai th. lews I >u [ht i II intlj i| ,i mi
Na/I i ihi Soviet battle fronts b it
th.it || tion .MUM i in
| I Sit les bevausi man) Ji .. ~ m the
la lives in th. a
Thi i < i\ t i; i\ niiim is not throw
\ suspicion on its Jewish but it contii
.i 111 ;'..
iXCept In mid. .
here Jewisl list i
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I
Panorama:
By DAVID SCHWARTZ
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oinparison
in i;i \ur ||fi
i.v,.,!, Hen Franklin and i
ft I n Gui i ni nt -
i r> > nil B ti Pi ml
could not t.ilk Hebrew It ti h'i n
Un lived In a Quaker kibtw
I Philadelphia, hich nie
r. other!) I i. i
i he <} laki m wi mil ir peopk \. ho
thou" I ke m th B d th. > d
1 elievi '. n i. th i.i i ik n tha
Frai .'in f"t mst
II. h it ; ,-
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kept a .. .. ,,ri .,t i,
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"me hid tried t. apply hanMirrplny
M II -in |i: .i.. -ii, ni.


ay January 17. 1969
* Jcnist Thrill mi
Paqe L5-A
Jewish Groups Consider Plans To Hit Back
[continued nm P 1-A
i.^iiy eliminated France from
itirx-i:" '-
Relegation uprcaaiting major
ruan Jewish organizations
i\ ihr Krcnch Ambassador.
|l.-s Lucet, in Washington on
fry The group, headed by Her-
Edetsberg. dlrtctor of B"nai
is international affairs de-
.,.nt. said the Rroups were
>on*i>i inR boycott of Krai*:c
Aljiers* specialty
ILL'*)--
Ihrritet y*u t* an joy Wi ef*.
Ititt. tcrvict and itputation of
Ithi Hotel Algiers Catering Staff
Ito achif e tht u.l male tor your
|aitfunctioal CAI1.S31 6011
RANS H. MARCUSl
y") Food & Beverage Director
LOUIS W1TKM
Ma: i a"HotaJ
but had no interest In suppressing
it. M Lucet reportedly Indicated
rarpriae at the intensity of feeling
reported t>> the delegation, which
included repreaantatlvei of the
Jewiah War Veteran of the i's
' the American Jewish Committee.
the UnkMI of American Hebrew
Congregatlona (Reform), the Na-
tional Council of Jewish Women
and American Jewish Congress.
The group said American Jewry '
still regards the French people as
sincere friends but that Gen. de
Gaulle*! policies had strained f-el-
ings toward Krance as a nation,
and explained that the latest em-
bargo against Israel will not only
be a disservice to the can-"' of
peace but promotes the Soviet role
in the Middle Hast.
Earlier in the week, about
' l.otx) college students who sta
four protest demonstrations In the
Greater Newt York area demanded
a boycott of all French products
and services dramatizing thi
creat ing ai pi '- erican
Jews owi i rai bargo on
;u ms u d s| ire pat ts to Israi I, Im-
post >! bj President C ai lea ck
I ,.i ;!!.
ini/ed by t
ol \ \ th for
| J tl Middle
i

uted handbills denouncing "De- to bring* the Arab states and Israel
Gaulle's Treachery" and carried to the bargaining table as an ac-
signs reading "Boycott France, tion better designed to bring peace
De Gaulle Aids Arab Terror" "1969 to the area
Travel Schedule Riviera Out.
Krance to ri*conitl-r it.
letter uritten to Kreneh
Israel In." Students also marched
through the garment district and
the diamond district in Manhattan,
as well as at the Renault auto
plant in Knglewood Cliffs. N.J.
A ipokmman natd national
lew inn youth group* which or-
ganized the proteatn were urg-
ing Americana to "voice their
opposition to (ten. de (.mill.'-.
one-sided ttand 1>\ actively hoy- l
eotting French fashion*. French
wine, French perfume*. French
.iiitiiimiliiies. and French tour-
bull."
Rabbi Arthur J Lelyveld, Amer-
Ican J-wish Congress prealdent,
assailing the embargo and calling
on the French people to demand a
reversal of France's Middle [Cast
policy, remarked that American
Jews who travel to France, buy
French products and use French
services could ink. i couragemant
from the strong n action <>f
Frei si the "peculiar
definition ol neutrality which i>o
i ;.r. is trying In pose on the
lie Rast tatement urg-
ed Frai I ofl
< li.irl.v I iiifrrwn command-
er of the Imisli War Veteran*,
deaerihing th*- embargo aa a
"hostile, one-sided awt" urged
n a
.im-
lia.ssudur < harle* Lucet, he *ni the emtiargo wan "poteiiti.ill>
m-11 ill nting and aelf-damui:-
Ing" for France in that it dio-
>|ii.ihtie,i France ";e a possible
intermediary for peace in the
Middle Fast."
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"tJewish Floridian
Dr. Howard M. Sachar
To Speak At Emanu-El
Section B
Miami. Florida Friday. January 17, 1969
Israel Consul General Due Here
For Labor Zionist Conference
. i oneh, Comul General of
State of Israel In Atlanta, will
itline his nation's losition in the
rrent Middle East crisis at two
ijor South Florida function*
Chief representative ot brae] In
. Southeastern L'mtcd States.
Boneh will be guaat of honor
l principal speaker at a 7:30
j.ni rally Tuesday In Mm Oi Lido
liii.i sponsored by the l.at>r zi-
i-t movement in Greater Miami
y i b> ii.< Israel Histadrut Coin-
Israeli emissary also will
;- ;ik ;it a 12..'10 p.m. hsarlHliai
tins of the South Florida
Hindi on .Medical Services and
aval Training In Israel on
\ a n sslon which will be
( | i ;. Jacob I'.ifkin and Rabbi
in Kronish. also in the Dil.ulo
.t. I. 155 Lincoln Kd.
ham Rovinsk) chairman >f
board ol directors ol the His-
Irut here, said plans for the up-
rourth annual Mid-Winter
| oi the American His
1 h velopment Foundation
:- disi ussed si the Tues la)
Thai conclave is set
FH 18 and 19 at the Foi
iIot< I with an Inti
>nal banquet Feb 19 climaxing
confi rence, expected to attract
tei from throughout
United States Canada u I
I.atin Amen, |
The consul general, now 41.
Joined the Haganah in 1944 Me
was an officer In the Israeli army
during its historic straggle with
the armed torcea ot seven Arab
States which was eall.il the HM8-
49 War ot Liberation, and rose to
the rank of major In tin- Israeli
defense forces,
Following graduation from He-
brew University*! Law School, the
Israeli envoj entered Israel's civil
service and pursued his studies in
fhniign countries under a United
Nations before moving to Atlanta
two years ago to head IsnaeTa
CaoBUlate.
At Monday's luncheon, an inter-
national host committee for the
Mid-Winter Conference will be
fnrnx il. according to Mr. Rifkin, I funds and
chairman of the conclave, Rabbi rnenta
Kronish national vice chairman of-----------------
the Histadrut Foundation, said
that leveral new projects for the
organization will be announced at
the February sessions by William
II. Sylk, the organization's na-
tional chairman, who is now visit-
ing In Israel
The Greater Miami Medical
Center at Ramleh, now under con-
struction, will be among the build-
ings financed largely through the
Histadrot Foundation's program
of bequests, annuity and income
IIIV BONIH
other legacy instru-
Dr Howard M. Sachar. a leading
authority on modern Jewish his-
tory, will the featured speaker
Tuesday night in the second event
of Tempi' Kmanu-Kl's 1969 Tues-
:.i> Evening Forum Series In the
main sanctuary of Miami Beach's
largest synagogue. 1701 Washing-
ton Ave The program will begin
at H p.m.
Rabbi Irving Lehrman, spiritual
leader ol Temple Kmanu-Ki. is co-
ordinator ol the series I'hauman
of the lorum committee |i Ferry
Kayo, a board member ol the con-
gregation. The series, which began
with the debate is God !> i"
Tuesday night, will conclude Jan
38 with a talk bj Dr Joachim
Prmz. former chairman of the
Conference of Presidents ol Major
American-Jew tsh (Organizations.
Dr. Sachar. the son of Hrandeis
University chancellor, Dr. Abra-
ham Sachar. is currently professor
oi modern European and Jewish
history at George Washington
University and visiting lecturer on
Nc.ii East) rn affairs at the Na-
tional W'ai College In Washington
He formerly served as founder and
director of Brandets University's
Jacoh Iliatt Institute In Israel, thi'
first fully-accredited university
program for training American
undergraduate students In the
Off. HOWAtD SACHAK
structure ot the contemporary
Jewish state
The first American to be given
travel clearance by the U.S State
Department after the end ol the
Six-Da> War. he arrived just three
.lavs aftcrwatds. and continues t i
ii-:i Israel twice annuall)
A member "i Phi B* ta Kapp i
the American Historical Associa-
tion and the American Academy ol
Political Scimc.-s. I>i Sachar
earned his Ph.D degree from Har-
vard Unh pi sity
Israel Consultant Is
Named For Miami
i' I A Katz an Israeli law
\ lias I. n ||,mi, ,( Is:
nunity Youth C t for
atei Miami u i
i am cement made
I.i on Kaplan. Gre
Jewish Federation i
Sam s. ktlln pi ealdenl of
. w'ha >[ Greater Miami.
K itz who has gssl arrived
Israel will c nrdlnate mul-
Ln the South
area pi >\ Iding detailed
| iiion. advice and Instruc-
| adults
itters pertaining to Israel
will be talking to high school
1 I l olll ; stud, nt I as well as
i young people re carding life
. and tours to IsrSM I
The program k apeansrod bj
the isaerteaa BssvM Vouth
oiiiKlitiion in cooperation with
Ihe Qnatar Miami JewUh Ked-
rratSM ,! th^ VM-YWIIA of
Ireater Miami.
Mr Kat.* will make the YM
|\vH.\ ol (ireater Miami. 8300
|W' Btfa St, his hssMllHSSrlsja Tlie
is already the center for many
en and young adult activities gar
entire community.
1 e ol the most important pro-
riu.s ihe Sheiut Iji'am. which
comparable to she i'.s Peace
Drps, provides young Americans
MICH All A.KA11
with an opportunity to share tin li
it ion ti aining and enl husi-
with t:; lety
in Israel Partidi i 18 >
w ill spend a full j i ai In Isi
Personal interviews and tests arc
,.i\. n to applicants
Also Im luded is an ulpan lorien-
tatioip program preceding Ihe
trips and during the tours "t dutv.
Hebrew si id) ii Ips and special
activItii arc includ) I in the >
experience
The "Israel Summer Institute"
for ) ople 15 to -'"> yi ai
age will !* a sewn-week session
In Israel which will Include two-
vreek kibburj work period. One
dix ision w ill aci o late Ihe 13
to is >. ai -old group and anol
division will taki care ol the 18 to
rear-olds An ulpan program at
the YM-YW'IIA ol Greater Miami
is also included.
"Summer in Kibbutz" for stu-
dents IS to .'."> yi ais will a ten-
week stay in Israel, permitting
young iiu'ti and women to live and
work in the pianaar spirit of kib-
buts life It also includes organ-
kafd tours ami travel throughout
Israel.
Born in Tel Aviv in October
IMS, Mr Kat/ laceived his early
education at Ililu School and Ye-
Sblva High School then After
serving his military tour of duty in
the Air Force, he entered the Tel
Aviv branch of the Hebrew I'm
versit) to study law, ultimately
receiving his i.l. I*, degree, He
taught high school mathematics
while he was a student at Hebrew
University He was n .all.il to
military duty when tlM Six-Day
War broke out, and saw action ill
the sinai campaign
Mr Kat who expects to re-
n: H' i-i i I's Oommunit) Youth
Consultant for spproxlroately two
-. >\s ins primary goal I
help bridge the communicatl
Israel and the Ui
si it< bj showing she strong ties
!h twe< -. the young people "t i-
ar.d the youth ol South Florida
NAVY TAKES SHAPE
IN KNIT DACRON
New for sun country Navy
flashed with white, and gent:,
shaped with weir seaming. Here
by Doriani, in DuPonf Dacrc"
polyester, washable and muss-
free, sleeveless dress with s
very buttons 8 to 16 $42.
Also, not shown three piece
tuii with white overblouse $80
kn.i Kop n 7 Bo'd >e i H
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Rabbi Robert Kahn
Is Guest Speaker
At Temple Israel
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Southgate Towers
CJA Leadership For
1969 Is Announced
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on *ioct.sr-nnkJe on chee-*.
pop m ori for 20 majuto
and ..oo...oo...*ou >e m\.ic
a ptaza that |um as good u
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Friday. January 17, 1969
*Jenist IUii li ,i
Paqe 3!

Bureau Announces
College Of Jewish
CmiyafB for thr aroond aomeater
.,| 111.' <'<>llg' ni J. vsi>h Studtea
I i en announced by Albert I'
^sijj |H .( Hi.' Bureau "t
.i. u isifi I duration.
Cla*s< are n*
i Pcmpl .' lea >\ K)
i Blvd l G ibli -. <>n
P.. th l'
North M
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u
li
I
Praj I I'
itiOl Hcbrt-W
Cui i tit .i i h
| v
ool The t 11 -
i ii Ken-Ari
i. |. In.i ; Rabbi
Murrii Kipper, Abraham J Gittel-
t i ."ii- Schwai man, ii"
\., i.ii\<- din ctoi "i the Bu
. i .
v Beth Tor.ih tlv a m 111
Pi aj : book Henri v, < -on-
. national Hi bn w, the J< i-h
in ir* Twi ntieth Century,
daism. Method! "I Ti
n the Ri lifdoui Scl.....I, an I
-. ,! I!|mii The fai iltj
, nin i 'doff. !' njamin
: Mrs Ii \ ins Srtdol, Mn
\ ih il i M .1 aj S
Temple Israel Sets
Campus Visitations

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: Rabbi ')l '[* nvi'i l
n :: I morj L'nlvrr-
it> raniuua lo >isil il i"s
,. .1 .;,.! I in i Itl
ii Rabbi Jacobs will *|
in the Washington, 1'''
Ni w York area In Mai i h KaM*
N ii.- is scheduling \ trip through
the midwest, where many TVrnpli
Israel youth attend collegia.
Sabbath dinner at Phi Sigma
Sigma torarity, followad by Sat>-
bath Eva aarvtoea which Rabbi Ja
a hi aanduet a) HiUal Uouar,
will open blfl weekend achedule In
GalnraviUi Indtvidual conference!
;ir.' planned for Saturday morning,
followed by hmchaon for Y> Mu-
deQta and litnnowi diseuswom on
a croup ami individual iwsis
Sunday will l- sp.nl in Tall*- I
naaaei. talking with FSU rtadaarta j
and in-iudinc with dinner in a
!i\.iii' ilining room of th<- Student
idon
Tlii- Morton A (Irani Fund wa*
created by Temple [trael'i Men'i
<"iub in memory "I its late preal-
dent, a laadar in the development
if thr t'Hipu's college program.
Second Semester
Studies Courses
m linan ami Herbert V.\ i Berger,
wh.. is the aiam iate director ol
i hi' Bun
' ti Wedrv I the
Bun nu offices, the i r Hi
bn w leacbi
tin r.
I
.. s will
Irwin Katz Slated
For Academy PTA
Meeting Sunday
Irwin Kat/. former principal "i
VI ii i"i Iliirh School,
will speak on How Can Wc
prove l:
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MARYLAND NAMES
JEWISH GOVERNOR
ANNAPOLIS, Mil IJTAi
For the first tbne in the
hutorj ni the state ol Marj -
land, a Ji w has been named
ko\i i nor Mn \ in Mandel, a
Baltimon I >. : it
non than thi
Iwo-thi li ol the Stati

Talk*; Scheduled
\braha i i ;
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uvciing Israel I lia Ni |>a
ipon Vusi ilia New Zeal in< I
the South Pacific arraa ol New
i .ill doni i l ii and Hawaii. has
an i\ ed in Miami i t > >nth
lectiin scries
woi Id travi ler w ill
lrat< his eetu s with
pictii
Jew lerest
Charity Fete Is Set For Saturday
The aecond annual affair of the berg, Leonard Zilbert ami pn*
George Gershwin Lodge, Knights dent Dave Canter will reeei
of Pythias Charitj Foundation, [daqnra from the Foundation
Inc., will be held al the Carillon Variety Children's Hospil wi
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+Jmist fhrktiar
Friday. January 17 ig&c
Formulcting plans for the annual Beth David Day Sister-
hood luncheon on Monday are Mrs. Norman Sholk left,
Ma. Nathan Spieqelman and Mrs. Max Jacobson. The
luncheon will be held aboard the cruise ship Flavia.
Home Board To Hear Health Expert
C pre hi nsive Health Plan-
ning" and the need for a Florida
licaid program will be discussed
by W. C. Met'in' executive direc-
tor of the Comprehensive Health
Planning Council of South Florida
whon he speaks before a meeting
of the board of directors of the
Jewish Home for the Aged of
Greater Miami at 10 a.m. Sunday,
Maurta Pearlstein, executive di-
rector of the JHA has announced.
Mr. McCue, who has worked in
the field of health for the past 1-'
yean, has been actively involved
in comprehensive health planning
at the community level for the
past leveii years. Until recently
Women's Club Dinner
The Morton Towers North
Women's Club will sponsor a din-
i r and Show at 7:30 p.m. Sunday
in the Bare* lona Hotel.
lie served as executive director of
the Public Health Federation of
the Cincinnati metropolitan area.
the oldest hi alt h planning council
in the nation, whirh celebrated its
50th anniversary last year.
Emanu-EI Resumes
Torah Lunch Club
The Torah Luncheon Club ol
Temple Fmanu-Pl. Miami Beach,
will bold it* 'ivst session "f the
leaaon at 12 15 p Tuesday in
the S I tel. Nov. in its
ninth > ai th< sl A. uri
by Rabt i Ii ving Lehi man spiritual
leader of tin Congregation, and
has bei est ablishi >l ti
I | .
. |
met t at ncl to sl ': the sacred
literatun -i; rtlci-
iiti the subject
The com intensh i om and
nidi/, s t. \ts and eo lai lei
The Torah Luncheon Club meets
lu-weekly and is a part of the
Adult Education program >>t the
temple. Shepanl Broad is chair-
man
rjDfLno '83
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Rabbi Bn Zion Roiantt-al
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Claude Kipnis To
Appear At Barry
Harry College is presenting
Claude Kipnis and his Mime Thea-
ter as part of the winter culture
series in the college auditorium
Saturday. March 22.
Paris born. Mr. Kipnis studied
mime with the w< ll-knoun |nto-
mimist. Marcel Marceau. He was
an instructor at the University of
Tel Aviv and the Conservatory of
Ramat-gan. the Hal imah Theater,
in Israel and founded a school of
mime in Tel Avh He also created
a unique group with deaf-mutes al
the H. h n Ki Her Center
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^5e bt a thin cracker! And Sum I
C-achers are thinner than the other leading bi
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the HJontan s vAJorld
elennlsli Floridian
rriday. Januarv 17, 1969
Paqe 5-B
Dr. Shapiro To Address
Women's Events Here
Richard Tucker To Be Honored By
Miami Beach Chapter Of Hadassah
ird Tunkn o.'ld :.i:-.,>.a^| tho awa. operatic, u nor. i speaker Mrs Sheranar Fa*
f th tie Wreal f the d
Aehlevi I of 1
i m h < 'nij t(-r of Ha tssah It wm
*/cha*d TUCKIH
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Dff. MAHHUM SHAPIRO
HoilM' W OllH'Il's
nit To Meet
[Tin- Wonv Ision of the
H fo tb> A.;, i! ol
lia-iu Beach 320 Coillm a.>
hoid iti meeting ai
th- '.'. dm s al
12
I I '.' Jai
kan '-a:-'i ;>ai > will In- h< I.I
at i'-.. ; l>iM-is T.-mple. 955 AJtan
ltd < ds u : i for metal
tfc"- t> tin' !|.! Mi s
fcr\ ..i.i i Mi s Joseph 1
Btis.'i v preskl
Dr. Mai Shapiro, execu
,Uc d ol Un national B
for Careers in Jew is
win in' the : ,.i in d spi aker dur-
Ihc Greatsi Miami Jewish
Federation 9 Women's 1 n\ isi
Can ,.,k( mi Week that bi -
- w ith .i l< adership seminal for
Ihe Wi n ai l thi
V..iir. Won n'a I h. ii
pie Isi a< :
Dr. si i; t. socia
kei and ed beei
;. i foi i quai

the Everglades Hoi
the Y n'a I H\ -. n l > .
and will the guest <>i honor a)
the West view Country Club's
West view Women's Day, begini
at 11 a.m. Wi di ida hen a
show an I card part}
will also u :
Oi Th n la Jai 23 Di SI
piro will speak before the \\
hip i 'onferenee ai the
K\erj i i Hot Br u
terved I I to 10:30 a.m.;
the | begining at '.1 10
is ei isi through 1 .
Chairmen for the Yo
en's 1 H\ isn h e\*en1 are Mrs Danii
i- i aneo and Mrs Richard I.if. roi
events. Mrs
Milton S Green and Mrs Howard
.! Trtnz; Westvlew Women's Da)
chairmen are Mrs Edwsurd Gallen
Mis Herbert Login and Mrs Jo-
s. ph Sinn.
Beth Tfilah Ladies
To Install Slate
Mrs Florence <, erg will
! installed as presidi nt of the
Sisterhood ol -Ration I
B> ach, ai 12 10 p.m.
Mi Bettj Falk will
host tin '.
.... ... |
Ra '. skj spii itual
egation.
ing offici :
Ol to be insta I witl
; tianna
Fri In M :
Weiss and Mi
/.alii, i vice ;
Gussic Zaidman, treasurer; Mis
Pauline L< ss> usistai i treasui
Mrs. M F. Hoeni
n n Mis
I 1 I i. i
Mrs Ksther I.
announ. d thi weel
: ilip h Tha i ch pt< i president
The a I i to
Mi Tui .. r at b
ip rallj i
Ian. 27. at
imi ft ach
Mi Max Sch
i ladas present
Born in Bi >1 :..
v .is a cantoi it: ai ious N
as the 1
i ipera singi toda
ii.' has not on!j id
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hariti
DINING ROOM
HARBOUR HOUSE SOUTH
Open 1 n P
'AM:
Sen fag Tits \ -.. I id Al Sri ; i Pricet"
luachton Dimmer Cocktails Privet j Affair!
CKACIOUS CATWSG i09 GffOUPS Of AMY Sill
Friday Niffct Traditional Dinner
COUINS VI AT 102nd ST a BAL MARBOL.B a f., Vjlf P.-k ng
lakk Ktien Horn S6* SSS Cl Lustig. Manager
^ fit
SHAMPOO and SET S3 50
TOUCH UPS FROM $8.50 up
PERMANENT WAVES $12 50 up
FROSTING -SIS up
WIG SALE- 50o OFF
_ Mr. rCotort* ^fStauht teuton
7291 RED ROAD 667-7282
^bWIGUTLET
h ready to serve you
with a complete line of
100% Human Hair Pieces
\U if/eh from $3.S8 to JtJian lUf*, $89.90
watth tor our newest store at 1536 S. DIXIE
5M N.E. 79th ST.
wmrwrisT.
3434 COR.I WAY
4KrtoiiTW6oD MAii
(ClOStPSUNOItS)
M4 E. FliCUR ST.
1731 CKI INS f
M> *7 18-8, tat. I aa. 18-8
"Mother In Israel*
Luneheon Set \\\
Mizraehi Women
Hatikvah Chapt r the
[anizatioi
' I its am
Mot i ,i it the
homi i Miai
.'i.. I : mi lay,
J .
Mrs l h a Kolko president of
i :
recent trip to Israel Musical i
tertainmenl will be provided by
Heh ne Rh ion
F*ro \ ent ai i allo
In one ol
Mizrachl Wo
Mrs It\Ing Schi
is rhairman ol the lunchei
To Friends Of The Jewish Home
(Douglas Gardens)
Please Help
Our Thrift Shop (7300 N.W. 27th Ave., Miami) urgantl,
neods your halp NOW.
Tho Homo's coin are jlcy-rocUeting becouso of'iteeply
riling costs. 117 nursos oides, orderlies, maids, portors
and food service personnel had to be raised from $1.15
to $1.50 per hour m inimum.
This wage increase olone will cost tho Home on ad-
ditional $100,000 m 1969.
And we remind you that the Home's financiol problems
ore aggravated because it gives the top admission
priority to the indigent 85% (188 out of 222) of our res-
idents are public welfare recipients.
The Homo's defici t is mount ing with frightening rapidity.
The Thrift Shop, therefore, must render much greater
financiol help to Douglas Gardens.
You can help the Home meet its growing deficit
and continue lo give admissioi priority lo Ihe
indigent b> contributing furniture, furnishings,
appliances, clothing, etc. to the Thrift Shop.
You con olso be a groot help by getting your neighbors,
apartment motel and hotel owners to contribute to the
Thrift Shop.
All contributions are tax deductible.
Phone the Thrift Shop at 696-2101 and arrange for our
truck to pick up.
Aopreciotively,
AARON KRAVITZ,
JHA V.P. & Choirman,
Thrift Shop Committee
1
Enjo) an* moment with a
tastes as eo,>d as aBjEaii
orcven better than p^A
your usual coffee. '
And irV still 97%
i affein wee. You
see, caffein adds no
flavor to .m\ cup ot cottee.Tasttj.
cupol Sanka and you'll know it.
Initant or ground.
Cap

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JANUARY 24-25-26, 1969
JANUARY 24-25, 1 P M to 10 P.M.
JANUARY 26, 1 P.M. to 6 P.M.
ALL EXHIBITS FOR SALE
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Queen of Sheba
Alexander
Herod the Great
Titus
Mohammed
Omar
Godfrey of Bouillon
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to f^e roll o' the famous c' yesteryear vV*en "-ay r
odd yours? WVen may El AI toke you to Jerusalem'
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Friday January 17, 1969
* hnist fbr/i-frirr
I
Iluesten Is Elected New President Of Haliandale Center
The Hall
< li ctl d
l.i ,-, -. si
comin
Also eli rtcd
were Al< \ truh i
Sherman, Ice
president. Mi i
Ernest < iioioaa
si'ci-i'tai \ Ml s
Lou Cohe n.
treasurei Her-
bet Frankel, fi-
nancial ecre-
Ii.ii > Joel Klias,
! i-orn-siiontliruj ecretarj ami Louii
1'.. nil MTRcant-al arrna
Charles K-it. William Lowj and
"luu i, > Sherman were 11 rtcd lo
Mln' lioanl <>' din ilora
Installation "i officers wnl be
h i,i it Ti inple Sinai In Hollywood
I ;
m a< n\, in yo I >
Mr. Hluforn

unomossMiiewai
GREGORY EVA MARIE
PECK SAINT
THE CTAUUNG MOON
MIRACLE1163 St.
Ilullamlulf
Theatre
M I ANDALE BEACH BLVD.
Haliandale Shopping Ctntrr
27-9701 927;02
Sal. Jan.25 Sun Jan 26
Foi Children Of All Ages!
A FULL LENGTH FEATURE! .
LIVE, NOT A CARTOON!
MATINEE ONLY AND 12-2
The SHOEMAKER
and the Elves
SEE! FIVES TAKE OVER
THP SLEEPING TOWN'
IN LA''TM|AN COLORSCOPE
Advoi ale ol the J< m ""' publla u-s the "II Di-
ish Wai Vet kit nl of
the Hollywood Sunshim Lodge <>i
B'nai B't Ith Pron inent in civic ai-
THE NAME IS YAKOV BOK.
A JEW. AN INNOCENT MAN.
.. ALSO YOUR BROTHER
The .1, wisl Centei is located ai
126 NK lit Aw II
ON STAGE >N PERSON
LEON SCHACHTER & GITEi STEIN
Yiddish American
VAUDEVILLE
Continuous from 1:30 P.M.
THREE BIG HOURS OF ENTERTAINMENT
MUSIC COMEDY ENTERTAINMENT DANCING
NEW SHOW EVERY FRIDAY
PLUS A FEATURE FILM
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, .. ,
MATINEE
85c
PHONE
531-6202
EVENINGS
1.75
"DAZZLING! Once you see it, you'll never again picture
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TECHNICOLOR A PARAMOUNT PICTURE
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MIAMI BEACH AUDITORIUM
FIRST TIJRE IN THE SOUTH!
TICKETS ON SALE AT
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...who didn't know
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... until courage was all
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/\l<3n DdtCS o. toko* Bofc
Dirk Bogarde, Hugh Griffith,
as BibikO'

Elizabeth Hartman, Ian Holm,
David Warner, Carol White
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BOX OFFICE
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prejanted by
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Easy to-undorstand action nightly from 7 30
Dinners from 6 P.M Admission from 50c
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Now thru Tuesday, Jan. 21
MIAMI BEACH CONVENTION HALL
1969 World Premiere!
STAGED AND DI R E C T F C > n ^ R CHARD BARs'OW
33 ACTS! FIRST TIME IN AMERICA!
SEE Th- VVcrifl Moit Hffltd At
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* U*~i Fndov. lor.uary 17, 1963
We I
the
Women
ILAIHl
V I \\ hi Till VVKFK
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High M Senioi
S k *-as
ilisl in the W< n ih S : -
.- ind won the
~ ienci > ch She was
lent and worked afti -
it the Ui [ Mian M -: h >I on a
an : i in ic ence,
found it chalieng i g Sh< I I the University "f Mia
finished in threi magna cum laud- 1
.x found tin ik< the Honor Council Gamma Sigma
ami honor iv. Phi Kappa Phi.
Shi --.it Rabto Naftali P when ihe mi m her
bim right awaj 1
moi.tn- i I .: em riti i >% and '("> were
ed Eight months later they were married.
no ''uilnis :> Kjut irarninu ,i rabbi Brought
up ii lervant him*', she kne\* bow to kep n kosher
id knew ill of th-- traditional ceremonial and loved
tbem She taught mathmatics at Miami Beach High f ihr> -i tried Ui ., m 1> Naom: is now two
ind the baby Gecsben is won month* Sha
want* the children to grow up to he Orrtiodo* Jew
Orthodoxy is the pure undiluted type <>! Judaism in which
Elaini and her bus reat tatiafaction. Rabbi
spiritual ..-,i, : of Young Is:a<-l of Gre leY
Miai
v ir thr past thre> yean Elaine h.i- been going to
luati icnool part time at tnc University ol Miami Sh>-
ia m Operationa Research and expects to get her Mastcra
in Science and Engineering in a year.
A- i rsbbfl Wile ihe finds it fascinating to me.t -i
Man) people and yet to know them. She loves the s.icial
aspect. There L always something wonderful to attorvl.
She does >* much n< it b possible for her to do for the
Sisterhood. Between the soda] functions, the cooking, in
which she combines the old and new methods, and the
babies there isn't much time for hobbies. It isn't always
l>o6*it>le to get ,i baby sitter.
On Saturdays you are not allowed to carry anything
but '>n the festival! she was able to take both children
to s* rvlcea. K!-in< is not able to attend all the concerts
and lectures that she would like. At night, while the Rabbi
is busy she doaa lii r Studying. rhcy work well together.
Present]) the rabbi ia wo-king on the dinner the syna-
gogue is having foi thl presidents of the Sisterhood. The
Raobi does the leg work and Elate does the ear work
i phoning i.
I hear thai there is a new traVI I lH.k out railed
"Europe on Plve Diapers i Daj Elaine says don't you
I .! Last BUtranei she and her husband went
to Israel with their t\\.< <..Mrcn; Naomi was 20 months old
.in '. the baby was 7 weeks old Their hotel reservations in
Jerusalem wen' mixed up and they went to stay with the
grandparents, Rabbi and Mrs. Jacob Shnairson
Elaine had taken everything with her baby food for-
mulas, di. pen and w h it not
I. was confining but tiny managed to do some sight-
i mg They tew Raehel'i tomb and the Patriarch'a tomb.
Kl.nne can't describe exactly how .she (,.it it was ao
inspiring it was a tremendous teeling to be able to
Identify > mraelf with the people thai you had beard
boot all of these yean The babies wont remember this
trip but Elaine ind hei h abend alwayi will Thi
dy planning to
In March the) will North for
brotherM weddii | the flower girl and the
'id ma what
ause tl
i. i
I iir W< st v..
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the youi .... ind la do-
ing e of bein
will the ehildrei

VCS. lAY.tS DAVID URN
Riles Solemnized
For Jane E. IIu bin
And Jtimes Zirin
d at
6 i m cert monk In Temple
H. *h Shol m Saturrlav Jan 11
uniting Jane Elizabi th R iMn anil
James David Zirin in marriagi A
ption followed at the I>>ral
H t. I
The daughter Of Mr and Mrs
Alexander Rubin. 2419 Meridian
Miami Beach, the bride, who
i< now in her third year at the
I'niversity of Miami School of
Medicine, graduated from Miami
}i> ach S- nlai Hi li School, attend-
I Brandt is University and aradu-
from the University of Miami
with hich honors.
HM heihaml. whose tiarents are
Mr. and Mrs Moms (", Zirin of
Brooklyn. NY. graduated with
honors from Princvton University,
Bad arn**d his law degree from
the Untveraity of Michigan Law
School He is now aehUanl U.S.
Attorney fur thr Southern District
ol New York.
For her weildinc the 11 Ida c hose
a white silk satin princess-style
-heath gown with high mandarin
lace collar and long sleeves. She
was attended by Judith iMrs.
Robert E.I Rubin, matron of
honor.
Robert K. Rubin and Charles
Friable served as best men Fred-
eric Greenman, Stephen Williams.
Paul Putney. Piter Hyde. Harry
Hodge and Klkan Abramowitz
ushered.
April Wedding For
Harbor a Powtiger,
H or rev Goldberg
Mi in Paw
the

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Beth David Opens
Fine Arts School's
Winter Semester
The Winter s mestet of th-
Fine An- s. h -il ol B th David
Congregation will gel under wa)
on Sunday at the Coral Way Iocs
tion and on Thursday, Jan 21 al
Both David South.
Established as a non-profit non-
sectarian Institution, the Beth Ds
\ Ml Fine Arts S, boot offl rt class) -
taught by recognis) irtists The
aaea fill the ni
obst ; Jewi ho cannot at I
art eiassi i i n Saturdays
The staff ol the school incki
Toby Carlson. Rarhara Davis, Vlr-
lnia i>avis. Ruth Glasaman, J
Heasler, Ivan Klvitt, Jo) Linda-
kold. Oraldine Popenoi
Sato, Marshall Smith and Hi nr>
Cioidon
Instruction is offered In ertsai
crafts, ceramics, painting, rug
lakini:. recorder, dramatics at pla) production.
BARB/MA ANK PAmiGM
Tag Days For Variety
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$21.95
AH NO SHOE STORE
221 N I. 2nd AVL
MIAMI. HOttOA
HAVE YOUR NEXT AFFAIR
'Aboard a luxurious yacht. Up
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till S.W. Ml* ST. HI s-e*t4
MUSIC FOR ALL
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THE 3 SISTERS 4 PATSY
Phone 634-7987
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photographic
Portraits by
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Telaphenat JE 1-1872 and 534-4930
? "Stcctalisinn in .ill Hair lore'' j ,
-WIGS-
Both Human Hair or Dynell
AS LOW AS $1575
MRS. BERNARD GLASSMAN
Phone 534-6160
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LADIES turn your "don't
needs" and "can't wear's"
into cash. ACT II
1352 Washington Ave.
Phone 5340001
"For the personal Professional Touch"
CALL SYLVIA MILStN
mooiNc fioKAi cowsuirAmr n 2^231
% FLOWERS by
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1616 Washington Ava., Miami Beach CALL JE 2-3231
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Training Sessions Set For Teachers In Series At YMHA

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- ippor satin row n c
. itj c*fl bu I II < '
gold lame
. Mm Mabel D irs
o .- tM from Houil m ivv n
,., ni. wore :m East In-
gown. It wai m preriomi-
l colon of cocoa and t h id n leoolette V neck-
and lont sleevi Mrs Cy
white -ilk gown a n
nmrd with rhlneatonci
". v -ilk moire vai the '
vnna Brenner (Mn Benja-
Mayan Mn Ben Giller*i
k tUk ( etuied a rhineatoi i
ickie a lot d white si i
a worn by Mr- David
Track. Mn. Mortimer May's
Ah.t- brooadd enaamhle featar-
,i mink tnmnwHl coal Mn
I N'ithan was m black vel-
.<* Mn Henry Roth's wbiti
silk crape hnri an Interesting lat-
tice*! neofcline.
Mrs Robert I-ook-hin chose
cahafy olored prau de
with .i |ewaled bodice in pearls,
silver caviar beads, and rhlnc-
tonas Mrs Nan Cohen'i silver
nd whit) knit ensemble h i a
t cowl neckline which lit ov< r
bj Mrs
kith

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Mrs Sa Ik Brow n ch an
i b takine silk, ihi i ad-
b im' i>> hand in Hong Kong.
Regina Halperin's fuchsia
.i m i- ii mini el w it h satin-
: i i bugle ids n ed pearls,
-.t met Mm, Abo Knit-
man won i black .-ilk which was
i ii across the front, leaving
hack widely flared, Black
banded her high mandarin
ar.
A special st-rios ol training, sea-
Rions : ii South Floi Ida U a< hers
in th*> early childhood fiH.l was to
be i
Start Pro conjunction with
Hi.' V,::i v- Rai Ij Chiidhn 1 D>
[> rtmeni .it >\.
V/M-YWHA ol on
Th irsilaj : Fi \''..<: I I b>
Hi I K-rs. publ
' ichi i prim 'ipals
ith kindei
lack, d

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Irs. H
mk.
Themi i.t the -i ssjuns ill
"Environmental Factors in Learn
Ii lines foi
achieving urn jien-
.^iiinii^ain! living ..'
n ni-i rvii ami itaperin
imcniini; Ijor
Ing," nc ipal -;* akei will i'
Nan thority
(he field Itica-
ir of "Lean 11 >vt
To Learn." On dia nev<
...
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aration for fii-' grade, %ul
.,; nee in .'.
Ii\ in. said Mi M llton Sii kin
I >adc < "ountj i hail man for I be
I. < bildhood Devi
I Pi ram
JWV Auxiliaries
Schedule Meetings
'.'.' r '.' I AlIX-
I
will I duo part) m
the i h
Satnrrl ,'h all proceeds
ki d foi the aid ol ized
n '"i ans Mrs Ben jamin R
is chaii : ai ol the da)

The Norman Bruce Brown Aux-
iliary 17! will hold n- annual
membership gel together at p.m.
Tuesda.v in Pythian Hall. 1601 W
Flaglei St. The program will fea-
ture a home talent skit.
CLEARANCE

Mn Sam Silvcrberg was In i
alaskinr silk ensemble.
Rhinestones trimmed her dress
i princen shaped coat Mrs
. Schwartz chose a winter-1
white knit. It was hand embroi-
<"ii! with a leaf motif in twine.
detailed with caviar
and cry*'*' tear drops, Mr*
oeph iMibin rhnso .i bl-ick
t'hantilly lace gown, the hemHnc
:.-ii! the cufft of her long, fitted
sleeves had been given the ruffle
treatment Miss Mavgte Krut-
man'i Mark -ilk faille wa- band-
ed in white at neckline and hem-
with a large rhineetonr
buckle accenting her white holt
Mr- llamn de Hirseh Meyer w.i-
.i te il blue s.itin with noUl
II trim..
The North Shore Auxiliary t"
will hold a regular meeting at
7:.'U) p.m. Wcdm-sclav m the Wash-
ington Federal Auditorium. 1133
Normandie Dr.
B'noi B'rith Women's Unit
!,-;,,!,, IVi-.ai B'rith Women's chapter
519, Miami Krach. will hold its-
monthly meeting and snaek lunch-
eon at noon Tuesday in the Algiers
Hotel Guest ol honor will l* Mrs
Harriet Horowitz, vice president
of District 5.
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Friday. January I"
Guest speaker at the Mount Sinai Hospital Auxiliary's semi-
c:-.::ucl meeting was Dr. Louis Block, president of Block.
Cobiun and Associates, hospital consultants. With him are
Mrs. Murray Kern, left, Auxiliary president, and Mrs. Ed-
wara L. Cower., vice president of membership-program,
who was chairman of the day.
Top Purses Are Set At llialonli
to I
pn sci aa Hiak-ah
crams big-nan* horses onto
iu om Jan 17
tkri ikb March 4.
V ..', XltStfl
w, i. ai lop ki >- traim rs a I
owners, is Hiakata's rich racing
Electronic Learning
Institute Center Is
Opened In Miami
A < iv ii!> i \i ,r n renter
nati '<* i'i-- lastitute "f 1
Lai ninfi has n opened al 971
s. Dixie Hw>. offering a six
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-in.! ui is pro*ti
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-1 i'ts
which includes o\i
distribution stimati >i at
tT" a new record hen
16 stakes worth a new high ol
00 in added money.
Foui stakes are > t for the first
u'lit days ol the meeting. The
Royal Poiociana opens t 'i. season
Fri i followed by the Jasmine
for iiilns the following day. The
Hibisi is is featured on Wednes>
i.i. followed by the Royal Palm
I Sit unlay. Jan 25
Post time for the fits' race will
!>< 1 15 1'iiv dailj Special wager-
ing fiat .ioa an tin- dailj double
.ii the first and second races and
:n' I". i', la Oil the sixth .wxl t> : th
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Women's OKI
I nit Installs Slate
Mrs Irving Tiilis was recently
ident of the H<>ll\ -
ivood Beach Chapter "t Women's
\tti.M can OftT. Installing officei
,< as ph Wllkea, past pn a-
Florida Region.
Otl rs installi '. along tth Til-
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Mrs i' kmai Mrs .' \< k
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pri -; l< nts Mrs
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rid Mrs. Wi

LuiH'ht'on* Slated
IU Kiltlir Canter
Ilndassnh Tlv Kiddie I li.i-
ih was hold a luncheon
mo ri-ic at 11:30 a m. Thursday in
the Fontainebleaii Hotel, featuring
The Trial of Dolly Quixote."
play written an.l directed by
Jeanne Krasner.
Fksreace Ban will "eiitieftr a
lunch< Thursday, Jan. 23, at the Fon-
lairH-bli-au Hotel Proceeds are to
go for Hadaeaah'i Ml Scopus
project
lira Henrietta Jonas is presl
ilent of the R1
'Max Nordau' Is Topic
"Max Norrlau" will i ti" sub-
eel of a talk by author educator
and lecturer l. Lasavin. al Ihe
g Shabbat of the Da\ id Pinski
Chib, 832 Washington Ave Miami
Beach. Ft id ij if 8 p.m Musical
ntertainmenl will l*- provided b>
Sol Zwi igel, lenoi and pianist
Hi len Skolnik.
Sisterhood Toroh Fund
1 in Temple Zamora Sisterhood
was to lol'l its Torah Fund
Brunch at 10:30 a.m. Thursday.
18 Aotno
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TTTAljA riginals
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"Th-? Fixer" La the stcry of o
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COLEMAN
IMPING EQUIPMENT
OUTFITTERS
TRAVEL TRAILERS
CAMPING TRAILERS
PICK UP CANOPIES
ENTS ACCESSORIES
WIPERS PARADISE
17* i-W. 27 Av..
' .K-1SS3
MIAMI SHORES BEST
95 N E 9S STREET
REDUCED TO M 1.500
1 BEDROOM 1 dATM HOME
SEE THIS BEAUTY
11M N F "0 ST
3 BEDROOM i BATH HOME
BREEZESiSF"' H\ i
S'l MM GOOD TERMS
Beautiful
- on qui-t waterfront
Garage. Florida r^..n>. Cy
cone !"' C i I Frank
Frit/. *
KEYES CO. 43rd Year
R t A L TO I
170S N I i.i300
MIAMI BEACH
OCEANFRONT
MAGNIFICENT
LANAI HOME
H. HERTZ, BROKER
534-4200, 538-8501
''ecus Con [ eta
24 H uf Service
IAA B. REED, Realtor
175 N.I 125th Street
^.orth Miami. Florida
Phone 751-1688
MIAMI SHORES
HOME
2 Bedroom horn-, wall to
wall torpr, oak floors,
drapes 22.O0C rrwerse oir
c^nd. Corner lo. S16.000
low Interes, 19S N'rV 116 '
S.. Phon- 758 5231 for in ]
spection.
OPEN 1 TO 5 SUNDAY
8455 S.W. 155 TERRACE
il prestige Home in Southwest oreo 20 minutes to city.
'0 old Cutter Road and US. 1.
b-droems with 3 delightfully dilferent baths, large
n 100m with indirect lights. Ducted oir and heat. Formal
nn room, o bor divider from kitchen to screened oot'O and
i area. Oversiied 2 cor garage. Custom built Bjiltint too
i rous to mention. Corner lot 143x112' Moke an offer on
60,000 beouty.
CAU DON EVANS ASSOCIATE 238 0342 EVENINGS
DUNCAN RIAITY, REALTORS 2330341
PfRtlNE SHOPPING CINU*
MEN'S CLOTHING
SHOP FOR SALE
ON COLLINS AVE.
GOOD LOCATION
534-9156 or
534-9470.
JUST NORTH
OF FLAGLER
HOME AND INCOME
Live In 2 Bedroom
Collect S200 Month
From 2 Apts.
$8,000 Down
BERT B. BEST, Realtor
445-5366
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Call 374-8401
r rife:
ale Cera aa it Cseriea
St4 BarW Plata Dealer
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EL PORTAL HOME
460 N.W. 87 STREET
Open 2-5
Custom Built Home
Large Lot 75x175'
River frontage with Sea Wall
Hardwood Floors, reverse
oir cond.
MARGARET THOMAS, Realtor
Phone 757 0841
OFFICE BUILDING
EXCELLENT BUY
ONCE IN A llf ETINE BUY
Price S350.OOO. Good terms.
Nat S4C.0O0. Many adv.n
tages. Excellent buy. Write
r call TOM MURRAY. Iroker
1888 S.W. 1 St. Miami. Flo.
33127. Phone 642 3824
DISTRIBUTORSHIPS AVAILABLE
FLORIDA'S EAST COAST
Warld s leading company in management and executive de-
velopment field offering unlimited business opportunity to
men 'i-customed to earning SI 5,000 to 545,000. No travel,
profrs* onal clientele.
ASSOCIATES ALSO WANTED
For h.gh level sales and management opportunities with
<" distributors. For appointment call B. H. Mock, collect,
Ft. Uurerdale 584-7264.
CONDOMINUM
MUST BE SOID
Top Gables location. Deluxe
2 bedroom 2 bath apt. in 4
unit building. 1.500 Sq. Ft.
with central oir-heat carpet-
ing and draperies included.
Price S28 000 with placed
6"o mortgage. Call far ap-
pointment 666 3206 or 448-
3102.
DOIORES ELDREDGF. REALTOR
Phone 443 3102
$18 per Sq. Ft.
FREEZER-10
TURN KEY JOP ON YOUR LOT. 18' STORAGE AREA
TRUCK HEIGHT 10,000 CU. FT. AND UP. CBS
BUILDING PLANS INCLUDED, PILING EXTRA
HERMAN A. THOMAS INC.
3510 N.W. 2nd Avenue
Miami. Florida Phone 6354900
}\,r A Happier fc\\
Sat Year '" s?
PREVENT \
BIRTH
Mttcrs x
,M;{rl!l.,i.||.,liH
SOUTHWESl MIAMI
Boat-Ski-Swim-Fish
3 Bedroom 2 bath plus 10'x
45 screened porch, central
air-heat, oversize garage,
wclk to shopping, financing
arranged. S27 000 Corel Pork
Area 226 9462.
BISCAYNE PARK
HOME
Be Vour broker. 2 bedrooms
1 2 baths, automatic sprinkl-
er, CBS fruit trees, garage,
completely furn. ready to
move in. best londscopi. Must
see to enjoy. Give offer Call
and make an appointment.
Phone 759 1857.
OAK RIDGE ESTATES
One of prettiest corners in
Ond- Co. close-in, 4 bed-
rooms, 3 baths on 1 .- acre
custom-scaped wooded lot.
Pool, huge patio, bar. Near
Palmetto schools, Dadeland,
MDJC. low forties.
Owner 665-5914
FLORIDA KEYS
VACATION RETIREMENT
2 10TS Big Pine Key, water
front $2,495, inside $1,295.
Loft 50x100, both have ac
cess to Gulf, phone, electric,
wafer available, homes start
at $7,000. Call 634 7344,
8 A.M. 8 P.M.
UNLIMITED
OPPORTUNITY
We have ivch a facnaimg
A fat growing business that
w. are always innou- *
willing to talk to people who
art interested in:
Unlimited income $1^000-
$45,000 A up
Immediate advincement
opportunity
Career opportunity with
unlimited future
If you Mre enthuataat bitiout. believe m your.eH
A your ability, this could be
what you have been looking
for
For a personal interview
about your future. Call
221 9630. 12 P M to 5 f M
AT OCEAN
$800 to May 15. Service.
Cooking. Shopping.
Mare Grande Hotel
12-' Ocean Or 538 1441
Business Opportunity
USED CARS

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it on hand, prnie location.
rest nabla rent, if i tiy a
cut upe'.iron Stock
and eqU : I t I
u-t-; re. >nal.
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330' on State Road 27 in
Dade County. Zoned BUI, ad-
jacent to Juncture of Route
27, proposed Expressway,
Property includes 10 Acres,
Tangelo and Grapefruit Gfo-
ves. Retail Fruit and Vege-
table 1 frame and stuco
'4 Bedrooms. 2 Baths both
rented.
S13 030 TERMS
CALL Bfti B"t
247-7221 or 217 8428
KEYES CO. 43rd Year
REpLTORS
220 N. KROME, HOMESTEAD
122 I II \
APPROVED
Homesites For sale or
will trade.
H LICHT,
740-7 1st Street
Miami Bea< n
Phone 664-2693
BUSINESS OPPORTUNITY
AMERICAN NUT
Sales Of So. Florida
6660 BISCAYNE BLVD.
MIAMI, FLORIDA
Part Time No Selling
EARN S600 monthly, 4 to 6
hours week I; easy and plea-
sant replacing inventory,
small investment. For ap-
pointment Call 757 1504.
SECLUDED 5 ACRES
3 Bedrooms, 2 baths 2 Car
Garage. Large screened in
patio. Carport. Partly furnish-
ed. $35,000.
Velma S. Gray, Realtor
1135 N. (ROME
Phone 247-0857
GARMENT LOFT
Daylight building, wired for
needle trade, priced as low
a' 60c sg. fi. with modern
freight passenger elevator,
1,200 parking spoces on new
expressway, 4,500 sg ft. $250
S.0OC sq ft $4$C, 18,000 sg.
ft. $900. For inspection call
JACK THOMAS, INC.
REALTORS 379 1631
921 ACRES
Two Miles Frontogc On New
Foui Lane Fed. Hiway. Across
From Large lake, Near
Gainesville.
G. FRAGA
9100 S.W. 57th Avenue
Miami, Florida 33156
Phone 661-4979
GROUND LEASE
Owner desires to place ground
lease on excellent, new 60
unit apartment building. For
$50,000 at 10 o interest
for 5 years.
661-2440
LOOK MR. INVESTOR
6 MONTHS OLD
10 UNIT BUILDING
ALL RENTED
GOOD S.W. AREA
VICTORIA C. ADAIR
Registered Broker
6915 Red Rood
Phone 666 6179
WOODED ACRE IN PINECREST
Bermuda type Beauty 1 year
old. 4 bedroom, 3 baths,
lorge family room, 16'x38'
pool, Florida room. Quality
built thruout! Central Air.
Palmetto schools. To see coll
Mrs. ^tan Vonno Associate.
Ret. 238 2569.
KEYES CO. 43rd Year
REALTORS
10101 S Dixie Hwy., Kendall
Phone 667 5603
Want Your
Own Business?
Service Station

: Call R. A. Budd
" R. M.Fidler
Atlantic
Richfield
I 945-5388 Days or
226-3075 Evenmai
6 BUILDINGS
FOR SALE
HIALEAH POOL ANO PATIO
24 TO 36 UNITS, MODERN
KEN KARP, REALTOR
Phone 822-1010
975 W. 49th Street
Hialeah, Florida
VENDING ROUTE
Requires few hours per week.
Investment secured by in-
ventory. Total price $8,000.
International Business
Brokers Inc.
704 Dupont Plaza Center,
Miami, Florida
Phone 377 9680
Palm Terrace Motel
Pool Parking Kitchenette.
Maid Service. Season. Near
l.nc.In Mall. 1500 Lenox Ave.
PHONE 538 0823
AUTOMATIC
CAR WASH
Turnkey installation by dis-
tributor o< finest fully auto-
matic all brush equipment.
Excellent financing. See in
operation at 15168 N.E. 6
Ave. Univrrsol Robot of Flo-
rida 9179713 No franchise
fee.
TEXACO
3 Bay Colonial type station
for lease. Good profit poten-
tial. Paid company training.
Borders ocean waterway In-
terama area. H. W. Ingram
Phone 633-8516.
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Friday. January 17. !%i
nm\ \ si ssm w

smart, will
h' :;.i- Blitz*,.t.i at T\ mpli
Olom Fridaj night, Jan. 17
Ai i ighth '. st
Junior Hi
i
Uvi -- She
i- pn sidenl '>t Junior L'.S.Y
at mple I 'i < ill.::,, and ii at
retarj of the
n u ; ation She will continue her
ii education, th*'
I lass at T< mple ( >r
tnd Mrs n will host
th.< I >n. Shabbal following the
n ei m honor oi the celebrant
Ml< II UL I.KOSS
Michael, ton ol Mr, and Mis
Irving Grou will become Bar
Mitzvah Saturday, Jan. is. at
Te nple I olom.
Michael is an eighth grade itu-
rk ai Rockaway Junior Hijjh
ol anil for three years has
played ball with ttn- Khoury
Lea H
Following the service*, the Kid-
'i w ill !> held it honor ol the
bi ant

.IKKKi KI'KI.STKIN
J rt> Bdelsti son of Mrs.
Ann Bornstein, will become Bai
Mi -.ah a) Temple Or Olom Sat-
in laj morning, Jan 18.
A student ar Rockwaj Junior
Hi :i School, where h^ is m the
Jerrj n a member
of the St ai rvei
as itant ai his
Follow ier i Kid-
w 111 be held nor,
ptioi
' "- Mr
I
ire expected lend the
.foM\N \ BADOFF
Sadoff. 6868 Coi
s, will become Bas
Mitzvah at B< th Da> I
tion Fl lay .Ian 17.
Joninn t, w > is a men bei ol thi
Betl l ivid I sv. is a stud nt at
Poi where she is in the Ight radi
A reception in hoi
brant iii \- held in Beth David's
Spectoi Hall following tl
tees Among th hon< ired guests
will he Joninna rents,
J. D. Sadofl ai I Mi and Mrs
A Kasow.
HUSKY ffCHOXWETTEB
Barrj son of Mi and Mrs Mor-
ns Schonwettei will observe his
Bar Mitzvah at Beth Torah Con-
it ion Sat morning, Jai-
ls, with Rabbi Max \ LipachiU
officiating.
.. who attei Is Beth Torah's
Religious School is a seventh
grade honor student at John y
Kennedy Junior High H '
ived ih<- Ai
itand
I tat i train
: Palm Eli hool
A 1 'ho
M w, oi'. Hoi
\ in i i nclexi
j famirj
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STEVEN KEATS
Sti
its, will I to
(he T ira
m service* ol
18
Si .
Sii ii P. ligio & in el rhth
lunioi :: re is >>r
: nt C urn. ind a ;.' mber
f the Coin <
An
ling will be Steven's Brand-
"'. i
Dr. and
RON \i t i:<<>.
Ronald Dennis

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Satui .' IS
Ronald, who attei
Leligious S ii
lent Na itilus
I School, re hi plaj s

Tho celebi ant w ill
i Kiddush ii >t a
tion In tl : the
pie
Roi nti Mi and
and
Mis Harold Rose, will attend the
:it
Temple Zamora Sisterhood
The Sisti i ho il ol /->-
moi a i lot a! i lab e w ill hold a
soel an.I
their husbai I S Saturda \
An Doro-
th> Greenberg SW 20th Si
Mis v,t Gold) and Mrs Jerome
Leiberman are in charge of reset
\ ati"
Montessori Children s House
2303 N.E. 171st STREET
NORTH MIAMI BEACH, FLORIDA
Pleated to announce opening of
Registration for Spring Semester
PRESCHOOL and KIKDERGARTES
CLASSES
Open House Sunday
Jan. 19, 11 A.M.-2 P.M.
Information or Interview Appointment
Call Mrs. Pamela M. Nelson, Directress
919-4611
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> Jenisf FhrHinr
Paqa 13-B
th Shclom Sets Lecture Program
"Coffee, Cnnvi isalion and Cul-
" a proemm of lectures sjxm-
iintly l>y th<- Sutn hoorl
\.\ Brotherhood <>i Temple Rth
I i I begin at 10:^10 a in
I; ,n the Temple Auditorium.
II .,> Ave Miami Beach, tc-
bi i' urn emenl i
I '. bi eon Kronish, tin- t> n
In lei
[ E .i S he i
I .;. wish i turnaiist, pro-
i associated w lih i
cnt, the World J< wi
|ci ess and the Jewish Agency,
k. iptak on The Jews and the
European Background*1 on Sunday.
Fob It", .irid Dr Orshon Wiener,
v i
A J' Lsh
at."
S indaj Feb 2, Samuel
I not* 'l authoi lawyi i
world traveler, will speak on
Thr jews of Australia. Singapon
India His k cture will I*' ii-
strati'd with *!i<1>v
I On Feb. 5. the discussion will be
what l* a Jewish State?"
|th th' speaker to be announced
fnoM i i-apin. executive secretary
vivo (Yiddish Scientific Insti-
|t.i will discuss "Thr American
,ish Community and Its East
Women's Unit Meets
ll!atik\ah Chapter 1143 of th.-
ptmen's B*nal H'nth will meet at
brton Towers Restaurant for a
i\ ind bagel" brunch at 11 45
In. Tuesday. Mrs Mario Carl.
jpcuttve director of th Economic
aportunlty Program, and Bur-
fu Roth, attorney and communal
^der, will br guest speakers.
IE sistkkihmui of Temple
th Isra. I will sfionsor a
... n :t .it the temple, be>
| Ing at 7 io p.m Mondaj
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dean of the J' wish Teachers Sem-
inary in Now York, will s|M>ak on
"Jewish VahMS in Jewish Humor."
on Marrh 2.
Sunday, March 9. Rabbi Perry utive director, Community Kela-
Nusabaum, Beth Israel Congrega- tions Board, will discuss "Th
tion, Jackson, Miss will be the Jews and the Negro Revolution A
speaker, and Robert Staims) exe< Negro. Viewpoint." \ui March lti
'* or turtmm dimiho
OH mHAUl BIACMt
Ml Saflar
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favorites all day Sunday some new Gourmet d>sh every time you come
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Catering for All Occasions
Established in 1945
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SOW OPEN 7 BAYS A WEEK
The Studio Restaurant
LUXURIOUS DINING
ELEGANT FRENCH CUISINE
For Something New and Different in Our Miami Area
2340 S.W. 32nd Ave. 443-2536
Make Your Reservations Before Going To Tho Theatre
KATZ's PARADISE Restaurant
1451 Collins Avenue
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11 A.M. to One P.M. (Fi.. U Sol.)
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Many Additional Improvements in the Menu ,
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Friday. January 17. |9|j
Hyman Fliegler Is Speaker
Hyman J Fliegler, put national
psvasdi i of Bnai Zton. will u>
1 s[halter *\ a met ting ol the
11 branch >i tl ration in
the v. ashlngton Federal Au I
12 ; H -i burton Avi Ml-
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(SRKA1 HOOK- 1 i-
Philip Thau, 77,
Communal Leader
Miami Eh ach ci\ kc k -> ) r Philip
I" I ha :. .1 ; Hn-d i ngineci lii ii
Satu i it I use- of 77
Mi i Collins Avi
was active in i i a-
Obituaries

SCHREIBER
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BERMAN. M \ I A'
Sui !. Klvi-i
GASTON. Sarah, 71 i si M |:
Civrl -i.l.
KAPLAN. [>n\IU > H
SI ltivTliti
KUNTZMAN. i:...... | Jill Collins
Vvi Mi: It ,. .-.I.
miller. I: i I, land \ .
PHILIPS. I'., i IS
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BATTISTA. ItOK. \ 71. 1471 \K
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BELFOR. I:.-. Ha (h SI I
Itual
CLDLITZ. II:. i \ \
Ion
FEINS
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FRIEDMAN. '. \.\
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POMERANTZ
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INO (nil
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SACHS.
I'lll
Z.CKtRMAN
IIR Kl\enlili
DOKSHOW. I...
GLASHOW. \ .
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VARKMAM. \
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SCHWARTZ, r.
\i. M II l;.\ -i.I.
SEIGAR. \ i; I, si
Inti i in. |jtk< 1 BROCK ER ! |. 11, .
MM liii
Blrgan. Itann) Infant, IIMl \.i
u I >r M H Itlvi i.
GOLDBERG. i'l...... -. 7v Sin Unculll
K| M II Itn. i-i.l.
KANTESt. .I:ni. I. :. ..... S\\ 1'H.lh
Si 11. v
KLEIN. Jamb, *l l7S \Vhlnttlou
\\- M I! ItiMi-i.l.
PORTIGAL. Suniinl A 71 ..'.; La-
lom- I'r M II l!i\. i -i.l.
REUBEN. M.rliin.r.- V ;.. 4'"'
Kill*- I'olnl l>l I Ci -v -nl.
shirman, r- ii. :. i...... \i: istn j
\\ .- \. U lli.ili
STiNE. Harry, T. I >4' su ii s-
iJord-n lultrm. nt Ml Sunn
WEINBEROER. I: Vt, HUM NB



of Miami 1
1 ..
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Mis Kcl..... lii I
i'. son. N
F iim i.ii > i > i. s v.. i. helil Mon-
laj in Ilivcisiil |
iii in. ni in Mount N. bi Ci n
At the recent Temple Emanu-El PTA mem-
bership luncheon are, from left. Mis. G
E-odie luncheon chairman. Mrs. Ted Hollo,
Sisterhood Slates
'Democritus' Is Topic
"! lemori n is Father ol the
Aton ic I heory u ill be th. topi. .
falecturcb Dr. Abn VVoll BOOK \\V\ M'W
' '' Sj>ino/a F run foi .... ,. .. .
tdult i ""' Mo"" K
lhe Was v"',h r" ih Const will
Fi it. i al Audit VA i- i- 10 il its \| lai m r-tii
i ; is U -30 a.m. Wi
Davidofl isohaii in of I I a H
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IV.
Architect To Head
Advisory Group

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lion Co
IS
i 'hail
th.m run \ \. >-
\' I Hit
S.t\ ing w:th Mi Pnrkc
-. .. ction commit ii in l>n '
Forfar, at ch ti ct and Charh H
Jaco' son, art 1st
N. Broward Federation
Slates First Dinner-Dance
Thi- tn-st dlrmw-danoe ol ili-
J.wish FetlraaUan ..t North Brow-
ani will ( held Saturday evi nlng,
Jan. 25, at the Crystal Lakca
Gauntry <"iub. it - !
I
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11'
Melvin Richard To Speak
Mfl\ in J Richard, Foi nu r ma
>f Miami I'.. ach, Will \ Hi-
-|h ak. i al 12:30 p n
Ii. Mian.i fctcai h Lol i n| !
AiV.S S.V/4G5
i!ii:: Savage Is
Samed 7 ?> Board
Of Condominium
Is I
kj Lak N'orth
Mrs. Ellis M. Barnst. pn
Ricl-nrd Schwaiz. co : the lun
eon held al the home of Dr. an I Ml Be::-.
Sen ieeu Mark
inniversar) (K
Women"*. League
\
vtiami

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George Simon Is
Named To IREF
i V Sin on Miami i
.... I ni the >
i ,
.i- :
\ r sid \],
i- .i n r nl the in m ul tlonal fnstitul | |
nan's F\chans5 \ .,. K10I Brukcra. has been sdmltted
B'lith at the DiLiilu Hotel furs Biscaync Blvd., and is un' ol ttv memberslnp ii t!v Internatioi
ila>. it was announced b, Mak-olm i/.rsofth< i' !, National Real KsUte Federation, thr.m
It Fromberc, president. Hank, whiw he iv .-, din-etoi and iu Anx-ricsn Chapter, an all
1 :" '::Im "' "" pxacutivi board Elks Fete 'Charter Night' m. <....... !-;-''' Boards, W has been i
"Charter Night" was to i t .
bratcd Thursday evening i> iiv
Miami Beach Elks Lodge, in. .11
Mis. Savage la ih. foi iiei
""'am it. i 'ohen >>f Miami It. acrt
S.i. -r\..| lor many yai* its a
nv nib i ..! tin- ii. art Association
nu.in.-..i by lnuii. I f Sheao
Louis, Mo., president.
Tin. organization lists among t
l^oVrli'Wm. M" N"r'*' m"" fj^r! Hr",l/k, '"s,<,"' '"., Judge J. K,, Gordon was IVwthr, they own and operate abJerUv the promotion of hit
woodoff. st, : t.i. i'. mirlvania Arieh Flutkin will be EUMl speak- ><,rHiiuiit < be guest speak>r. > ainp Mountain Lake in ll.ml.i- ,
u.-. M li H...-I,. l-
FREEDLAND. M..I. MT. IMI S\\ M*l
Tt-rr 'iordon Iiilrmn-nt Ml N.Ih
lb
arrangements cumniiil.
masicus. Mann) V. 7-1 H R-ral f,'aUir' ""^ '> Vaffa Yarkoiii. i
Ji..l.;.i.a. ali.mii Seriims NawJBan. ,iopular Israeli iniHStlWI and,
MAStstiTs. lit.ii. ::.. 4747 iMiin- lk>l No\ak ami his Sfultsslill
M H lll..-l..rir liiii-nii* nl l.:ik.--i.|.
rabinowitz. BamuaL'S, lun Penn- ------------------------------
)ivii..... *f Mil Htwraldc t Ml' SCHREIBER S.niu.l II ISt SU
..III
s|>en>t
Dr. Kirschenbaum To Speak
Dr. B. A idrsohonbaum, cantor
'lih Avi Haltandalr No Mi..nn
Kuni':il ll. in.
SCHWARTZ. .1.1. k ..V e: J:-4..iiii.].i
W.v M II Hl:.-|..rir
wax. Kat 7 M Haidtag Avi .
M II '.liMlirrir
WVOLIN. !<..?. P. 71. 7 r. 1 t: Ti...-
tin. It. \ ii: \ \'Utas< Oordnn
BAUER. W .Hi.mi .1 7'. .h. \v -i \v
M II Kn -nl. Ii.'. i in. nl I ... .
BREITTHOLZ Tanya 7... list Pmi
M R I!... r-i.l.-
CAMEN. I. .v III ''. .-..Ilni- Ii.
ID Itlvi raid. inl. mi nt Hollj -
,. .,
CAMEN. s. .. la i 'ollli \ .
u n kivm-i.i. ii n>-
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HALPERIN |ir
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KRAKOFF, I \
Ml- '
KUSHNfR. i-*.
levine! V^^ 11*1 \K
SI V M II.......I.t-illfl
ROSEN. "^. ? *! VK l'i 81
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WINTZ. I i- II II \ ltd
tli\ i -nl. Ii n
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FOX. S. inn. !
HELLER
It.I
MEF4CANTE |. II
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ROTMOUSE I..i.ii;. rii. Ii.l
X \ lliv weald*
71. .....' 'ullliu v
group of Upper Miami Beach, an optometrist specializing in s t.
will meet at 2 p.m. Tuesday In normal vision, was seheduled as
th.- library oi Temi>le tfenorah, ., ., .w ,,
guest speaker ..t the Miami Beach
Evcutiv.s Club at iis weekly
luncheon meeting al the Embers
Restauraal Thursday
when Cantor Nlco E- Uinian. who
recently returned Irora a \isit to
Rumania, wttl speak on "Jewish
Life In Rumania."
miner months
^ I nit Schedules
Film On Jewish
Life In Russia
A s|Hiial film entitled Th.
Jewish Community m th. Soviet
Cnlon" will !> shown al meetlnf
..f th. Golden Aae Ft ii ndship ClOb
>f th- YM-YWMA of Greati r Mi-
ami, 8500 SW sih Bt st i mi p m.
S : la) Hie motion |.|i Ii.l... pro
kid .1 by the A t, wish
Congress depicts Ji w ish Hfe .-.^ it
is in Russia t.Miii
h, X CUtivn ,|,|, ,-.
'oi nt the American Ji m
~- in Miami will
. .
w-n
rat I mie.
professional standards and k."-
r. Igtions anksng UMBviduab .
gagrd in the caUing ol real eats
Li sll nations and the encoura^
nwnt of thy private o\vnrslii|>
real propstt) and IBSrtstSlBJldli
ot us nsdlgaiinsit.
Psychiatrist Is Speaker
! \"'-\ *i"b' Kenneth D. Roasn. prom
'' brcakfasl ilis. i M..........'
It 11 8 ;, ||
South, 750
, ,. liomi reoj |, :.q,,
David South. ,.i, c. I V
Di M iti r will s-
Life to ,
ZIFFRIN. Hi il>
iddaaj
Mrs. Ben Zion Ginsburg, left, chairman cf the Temple Emanu-
El Book Review senes. confers with Mrs. Ellis M. Barns!.
PTA president, and Rabbi Irving Lehrman. who will review
The Salzburg Connection at 10 a.m. Wednesday.
MaetM c! Miracle Lod
the Free and Arce.>t-d M
k1 by Pasjl "
ni Norniri L. Gre
niBWORK ;s
pit
be I I at 1 ... "pn hus-h onl Sol H lij
".'' 1'1""' I KT :,e sfc:eed3 Da.iiel Alma


joy, January 17, 1969
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IN THE COUNTY JUDOES COURT
IN AND FOR DAOE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
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NOTICE TO CREDITORS
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Friday, January 17. 19^
U.S. GOVT INSP
U.S. GOVT GRADED
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BEEF SALE!
'Dclicfout SttdU and ^ttuU
SIRLOIN STEAKS --, 1 *
PORTERHOUSE mfts l4'
CHUCK STEAKS JSm aa, 69
TOP ROUND STEAKS 1",
CALIFORNIA ROAST &i 99
CHUCK ROAST mom** ...& 65'..
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FRESH CAUGHT FLORIDA
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ISC VALUE
FRESHLY SLICED
King Fish Steaks
FOOD
FAIR
SUPERMARKETS
FEATURES EFFECTIVE THRU SAT.. JAN 13
AT ALL FOOD FAIR & FREDERICKS STORES
^^^^^^ EXCLUDING KOSHER MARKETS
T7*l *** MERCHANTS GREEN STAMP!
'."" YOURS WITH EVERY PURCHASE
On Sal* This W eek!
REVERE
TOWN N COUNTRY
COOKWARE
T* PEMU-LOC. THE "LMKE0-MT TEFIMI
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SAVE 6c
Food Fair Sodas
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NO RETURN
BOTTLES
COLA-GINGER ALE-LEMON-CL OB-DIET COLA
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BOTTLES ^0 M
SAVE UP TO 34C
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ALL GRINDS
Food Fair Coffee m 39c
UWTORtCM EITHER ** HUM. MTM
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OUR REGULAR SI 27 RETAIL
Gillette Blades
SUPER STAINLESS
PKG OF 10
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Svwitc *Ddicate44eM
AVAILABLE WHERE THERE ARE SERVICE COUNTERS.
ALL CHEESE AHO lJnCm MEATS ARE
SLICED TO TOUR ORDER.
SAVt 40< LB IEAN
Cooked Corned Beef lb
SAVE Kk OLD FASHION GERMAN
Wide Bologna s,nE (B
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Austria Swiss Cheese is
SAVE 40< LB FReSniY SACKED
Large Whitefish lb
IMPOUND
Fancy Schmaltz Herring ea
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$109
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TOP OUAUTY -EASY TO PEEL -
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Seedless Grapefruit &
Salad Size Tom a toes "Kir...^25'
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GOLDEN CORN OIL QUARTERS
FOOD FAIR
Fleischmann's Margarine no 39e Creamed Cottage Cheese oS 29
SAVE UP TO ITC-SWAHSOH'S DELICIOUS
FROZEN DINNERS
IO'.-OZ. PKG. HOODLES A CHICKEN II-0Z PKG.
MACARONI & BEEF-I2-0Z. PKG. SPAGHETTI AHO
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