The Jewish Floridian

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

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

Notes

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

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University of Florida
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AA00010090:02086

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"OewisUi Floridiaii
Combining THf JEWISH UNITY and THf JEWISH WEEKLY
ume 42 Number 4
M:omi, Florida Friday, January 24, 1969
Two Sections Price
*anel Finds Negro Anti-Semitism 'Dangerous
INI-.W YORK (JTA) Growing
pa i men between the Jewish am)
Igro communitlca here deepened
p week with new manifestations
Black anti-Semitic feelings and
Iti-r reaction! to them by Jew-
organizations.
In the latest confrontation, a
i,.r committee appointed by
l>oi John V. Lindsay reported
mergence of "a dangerous
miionent of anti-Semitism" in
recsnl New York City teaeh-
t strike which pitted Negro a.l-
U.N. Urged
To Probe
fews' Plight
siw YORK >JTA' Rabbi
nctv l Schacter, chairman of
Conference <>f Presldapta ol
ii American Jewish Organlza-
i xi ,'it a t. legram this week ti>
Ited Nationi Secretary-Genera
hant, asking him t" invt sttgati
a u thai three Iragi Jews haw
pn si nt< need to death In Bagh-
Jor allegedly spying for Israel
in the event the reports are
reel i" take everj possible step
tiait i i M i tlon f justice.
|ccoi ling to these reports, four
pi Jews are on trial for their
l'J more have Im-n ar-
!:,. tame chat get, Kaiitu
t< r -..1.1
\ s without saying thai II
r. ports at e 11 in i rl tin >
Itituti .' very serious chalk
i Inivi i --.ii l >< laration ol
al .1 t I'lli M lli I. the
ill Kal completed
, rededical ing il s. II In the
I human i ight s," the
ftl .mil!
>a\ id Patis s membei
ho Is the
Titan p! the Ir;n|i In-
ilio thai
[information (rmn reliable dip-
irces abi i lad w '
had Ih'i \ ili d This
.. i ifled but .ill app als t"
i,l.nl i;m to com-
H eath leniences ha
Il -
vocates of community control of
public schools against the Jewish-
led, largely Jewish United Federa-
tion of Teachers, The Mayor's
Committed, headed by Bernard
Botein, former presiding judge of
the appellate division of the state
Supreme Court, said II found evi-
dence ol "vicious anti-white atti-
tudes on the part of some black
people and vicious nnti-black atti-
tudes on the part of some white
people."
A new conflict has developed
over the introduction in the official
catalogue of a new Harlem art i \
dilation which opened at the city's
Metropolitan Museum of Art The
introduction, said to contain of-
fensive references to .lews. Irish
and Puerto Rlcans, was denounced
b) Mayor Lindsay as 'racist The
Mayor's request for us withdrawal
was rejected t>> Robert I. Bern-
stem, president of Random House,
publisher of the hard-cover edition,
who said the book, "taken as a
whole, is a responsible document
.>. i< !i will contribute to the under-
standing ol a difficult problem." A
lisclaimei ol any racial Intent was
Inserted, how. m r, In the soft-covet
. i copii s of the catalogue on
sail ai the museum And formei
city parks commissioner Thomas
P 1" Hoving, museum director, de-
clined to withdraw it, saying he
fell it was neither racist, bigoted
nor slanderous,
Demands thai it be withdrawn
were made by the American Jew-
ish Congress, the Anti-Defamation
MIDDLE EAST CRISIS
! i i ue oi B'nai B'i ith, the w i -
men- cire and the l< wish La
mil tec 'I ii. A'mi rican Je
Committee praised Mayot Lind
ii r 'oiiili mning ih" piece, w
was written two years ago by (
lice Van tOllison, a Negro girl then
16, w ho v' .i- .i si udenl ai Thi od
KM.!-- \ ii iligh School in
Bronx, and suggested accord! i I i
Mayoi Lindsay, that 'black A
nap.- have joined a national
< .iiitimieii on Page i'J-.\
New Administration Is
Against Imposed Peace
f tf srofftr NUOff
WASHINGTON iWNSi Nixon
Administration spokesmen have
Indicated that the new President
believes a binding peace settle-
ment betwei n Israi i and the Arab
states, agreed to by the nations
involved is the only way to end
the Middle Kast crisis.
Eshkol Bids Farewell,
Has Praise For LBJ
Jl Rl SALKM 'JTA' I'rmi. left *ii il irty Mapam
Minister Levi Rshkol this week il Mi Johi
had high praise lot President thi righteous en ol the wi
Lyndoi lohnson and disci w I and pn
While suggestions can be ad-
vane, d by at > nati >n and disi is
mii- iin pos sible pi aei pi oposals
i- held between outsirk states,
only the pat i i< dii ect l> im olved
can end the crisis, the Nixon Ad-
ministration believes, and accord-
ingly, ii qm si the > alue ol a
Big Four United st.it. s, Bi itain
Pi ance and So\ iel t In ion coi
the Mill.!., i ast, sim
imposed settlement can end the
conflii'
At i st outside stat in sug-
gi si id. as to aid i he pcaci
.it i 'niti : Nations envoj G
V Jarring whii h the I S i
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"primarj :fort" in -. km.
ib-lsi a. Ii .." Ii n i nt.
I 'i Jai i in Mos
a hi re he i- Sweden's Ambass i
Russia, i- expecti d i" resu
his i N mission no latei thai
mi Idle ol Febi uary.
Meanwhile, it was learned wrc
that a number ol officials w h .
played ke\ roles in Middle
policy makiri nder the Johi
Ad:.'
by Pi. sidi ni Nixoi V
ai i Joseph .'Si-
and Ha
i I. Sa
.
A-sid
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the rontenl ol urcweil
..! bet ween hln
\li Ji>hi s.m m whuh the 1 '
dent mloimid him that he had
|i rant
men I of a si a '
less I '
ti the P S Ciin i' ss
Pi inv i Kshk
the Presi
net mei tl i| and attain nt
monies formalizing the parliamen-
: between Mi
Israel Laboi Party and the
i in histoi i thi
IS President
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Former Vice President Hubert H. Humphrey, in one of his
last appearances before leaving office this week, addressed
the Westview-Federatton Day dinner where SI30.000 was
raised for the Combined Jewish Appeal-Israel Emergency
Fund. Shown with Mr. Humphrey are David P. Catsman
(left), Westview Federation Day cochairman. and Robert
Bussell. 1969 chairman of the CJA campaign.
!'
period of storn and
>Ui ss in May and .1 me, 1961
sklent si is un-
tioi and
pi to widen
the scop nd
\r ili Isra.....i kI Mi
koi said that ii
the Six-Day War, "Mr. Johnson
laid down the effort to achieve
permanent ;ace In the Middle
lundation ol his coun-
policv Whi n p ai i
and I am convinced it will come."
he said Pn sidi n1 Johnsoi I is
ioi ic coi i; ibul i. m will ip| n i i-
ated."
Cabinet Secretary Ar-
nun rt veal I that th rxch ingi ol
n ii. rwinlj with thi wati r
ii
Mi Johi est for an ap-
. rover a lai
in needs did
not amount to final approval, since
the nrv as ui has to i* passi I
Congress, along with the entire
. i foi fiscal 1969
It was learned thai U S and 1-
raeli negotiators agreed last sum-
mer on a desalination project that
could yli id id million gallons >>f
desalted water daily about five
percent ol Israel's requirements
and produce between -*ot' and .too
megawatts of electric power The
plan, smaller than one originally
envisaged, would be aided by a $40
million grant to Israel and a long-
ti i m loan ol $1H million, terms of
Continued on Pgt 9-A
U.S. Reply Calls For
Curb On Arab Terror
washi: :
in points ol the
So> let i ich
if Israeli forces fron i iccupml ter-
i Itories and r nunciation bj
: th lr si
Israel
In its r
ii which did not providi foi
lations betwi i Is
thi Ai ih states
Adn inisl ration called foi
mate Middle Kast scttli i
"based oi nt between Is
ra< l and the Arab states I thi
m ithdraw il ol 1st ii
the ied I
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(N THIS ISSUE ...
Al-oo 4. A People. Places SB
Bar Milivihi i?B Real EstatelU. "B
Book Rrview 13A Sermon 10 A
Candhgn .. ng 10A Synagogues 10-A
Cohen 4A Torah 10 A
Dining 13-B TV 10-A
Editorials 4.A Weddings SB
Engagam'ta S-B Woman's
Features WA World SB
Obliuar.es 14. B Lehman SB

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m fforts h- th-
to si
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Nations \
In foi .. military hi ildup that
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Ai ..Ii land occupn the Six
I iav Wai it then
might i" an Ai ab summit i oi
, \n- SOOn to BtlHly the Middle i ..st
lid iv I Ii jected negotiations
with Israel, ami pledged support of
Arab guerrillas "Egypt advocates
peace," h. said adding, "we must
n,i i.e that the enemy will not re-
treat unless w. force them hy
fit hting."


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Terrorists; Defections Are Reported
there
and di < i housi il St( a 111 lll'lsl '
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rab Propaganda
li A '. iRK '.' I'A I I'h.'
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t> rhai '1 iln- wreck 'lint a
il i Arab pro > u
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t.> undermine interfaith har-
n Imperils the alreadj
I ineil eivk |n*a< >! the
|. ,i stat Rabbi Marc li
- ,. ii Aral
i.-.r.r.ists had made inroadi ii
and Protestant church
ni n campniRii that \\ .\s nol
i-Inrael but resoi tel i" ttv
: most iruli nt fi n ma ol
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unling tn Rabbi I ins i baum.
A i aba recently disti il ited a
tpai. leaflet containing :i
,n: raion iit the nn tlii
i iood Ubel chat .: a
I renditi >n "t the Proto
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"Clearly, the parties to the conflict must be
t>.e parties to the DOOOO. Sooner or later, it is
t.'.ey who musl make a settlement in The aia.
< im hard to see how it ts possible for nations
to live together in peace il they cannot learn
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Iraq's Deadly Goals
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M all of them h jvo baan un ier ri
UM arrest since the June 1967 hos!:'.:r:es at
--ge aharga ridicnloua In v.ew of
fact that all Jews have been denied free-
Ol movement and OOautnilleal
The grow.ng band toward "selective ius-
is given additional support as even the
free nations of the world choose to remain silent
in the face of such flagrant violations of human
rights.
It is a silence that is becoming increasmglv
difficult to justify on the hollow arounds o!
non-interference in the internal affairs of a,
sovereign state.
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NEW V< iRK IJTA) A young
wish engineering student at the
Diversity ol Moscou has written
g unusual letter to th- Supreme
v i-1 assailing anti-Semitic poii-
s. renouncing his citizenship
proclaiming bimsell an Israeli.
Washington Poal reporter Rob*
t H Estabrook, who coven the
nit<-<1 Nations, reported th- story
".it said his information was pro-
flio by un-nami-ii Jewish sources.
n Amcru-an tourist is said to
ve s(>ok<'n to Yakov l\ Ka/aknv
t month, after h-- hail writti n
the htgheal Soviet government
Kan. "I do not want to partlci-
tf with you in an extermination
thr Jewish nation in the USSR
I do not wish to t' a citizen
a country that conduits a |*>l-
nf genocide toward the Jewish
Stating that as a Jew he
Israel his homeland, Mr
a \ declared In the letter, "I
land to be freed from the hu-
ation of being considered n
/en of the Union of Soviet So-
kst Repubi
pparently no official action
! m taken against him. hut
has be I- (1 aiK.w. d to
ite t" 1st !. The letter re-
d to a prev ious one i". w hich
d his renunciat ion
itizenship, dating from June
H 7 .' w ish souro regard
i ler .i^ highly unusual
ol its foi thi i. '"' spo isal
I ol || determination
:! citizenship," Mr Esta-
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mad< sual dual ceri
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held at th< Duponl Plaza Hotel.
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Friday. January 24 lQgg
CJA Divisions Set Plans For 1969 Campaign
Far band- Labor Zionists
Organise For Campaign
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The Farbond Labor Zionist Division meeting
in the B I >om o} the Greater Miami
Jewish Federation. Shown from left. :
row : Jack Filosof, Bernard Gingo'.d I
P. Zuckt i Parni
Rev I; ro:!r
Lester 1
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Coastal Towers CJA-IEJ Committee sets plans. Samuel J.
Giuck chairman of the Coastal Towers Division of the
Greater Miami Jewish Federation's 1969 Combined Jewish
Appeal-Israel Emergency Fund, at a planning meeting with
his Committee. Shown (from left) are: Mrs. Herman P. Fein-
berg, co-chairman; Mrs. Gluck Mrs. Sol Kaye, secretary; and
Theodore Berman. treasurer.
To Friend* Of Th Jewish Home
(Douglas Gardens)
Please Help
Oor Thrift Shop (7300 N.W. 27th Ave., Miami) urgently
needs your help NOW.
The Home's cost* are sky-rocketing because of'steeply
rising costs. 1 17 nurses aides, orderlies, maids, porters
and food service personnel had to be raised from $1.15
to $ 1.50 per hour minimum.
This wage increase alone will cost the. Home an ad-
ditional $100,000 in 1969.
And we remind you that the Home's financial problems
ore aggravated because it gives the top admission
priority to the indigent 85% (118 out of 222) of our res-
idents ore public welfore recipients.
The Home's deficit is mounting with frightening ropidity.
The Thrift Shop, therefore, must render much greater
financial help to Douglas Cordens.
You can help the Home meet its growing deficit
ml continue to give admission priority to the
indigent by contributing furniture, furnishings,
appliances, clothing, etc. to the Thrift Shop.
You con also be a great 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 orrange for our
truck to pick up.
Appreciatively,
AARON KRAVITZ,
JHA V.P. & Chairman,
Thrift Shop Committee
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i amount n-\ ts a 110
cent ii ir's Mor-
ion Towers luncl
Morton Towi rs con \ i aiw I i
total ol only $21 the
1968 can paign
'This y. ar's results rcprca
the Morton
Towi rs n lid. I the no da this
V bj wi lsra< : local com-
munity." siati >i Ben l wen, chair-
oi the Ri skli m i and High-
Ris Division.
Abe Solosko ca irdi-
nator for the Moi I
that the results reflect I \v
work and ffoi ts ol th<
Towi I- i ittee, which ini
inui I Mei :/ ai 'I l'. n M n
hali : i South B lildii
n- Minov, Morris Grauei H
Glas
ilrmei f thi Noi th
Club Events
Benefit
CJA Drive
The Clev< I Friendship Club
held ;iii,i cultural event for
tin ii in. mbership and guest
week .ii the Washington y.
Savings and Loan Asm* nion, at
which Sendi r Kaplan foi mer Is-
rael Consul to Cul a was the a. .. st
iki i Hi- topic w is Israi
'!). critical situation in the Middk
Fas!
A11 e of t
was pi dged by the club f< the
I 'ombined Jewish A|
lSI H 1- || j ,
"' the Great
eral
I '. land Friendship Club offi-
cers an i 'hilip i, ildn in. |n si
dent; Morris Erlich, i
Ben Lipm n, progra
Albert Shai wi/ ,: Laura
Court, n ording .- i retarj .
Ri i" 11 a Si ii, Onan< ial s. en
Board rm mbera an Joe I 'nun
Bea R. -. rib i. \i.
d, Mrs Alb. rt Sha ...-
i l liudecoff.
The Liberal i Iroup .>i Flamingo '
Park, known in tl South B ach
<"* for '' tural aetivi-
Uea on behall ol n ior i lt|
rated a special this
wei i. to the discuaaloi pi the ci iti-
oal situation In larael and the
Mid lie Bast More th u 90
i" is made pledgea to the i!;9
bined Jewish Appeal Israel
c> Fund campaign .ii the
iter Miami J. wisl ,.i.
Rabbi Irving Lehm.an, spiritual leader of Temple Etna
guest speaker at the Morton Towers CJA IEF Luncfa on
Meeting w:th Morton Towers Coord.net.rig Cor.
Shown (from left are: Mrs. Emanuel M- i ,f
the luncheon; Dr. Lehrman: Abe Solosko Morton 1
campaign coordinator, and Morns Minov. co-cha
North Building.
C.J.A. Appointments
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Jewish Appeal Israel Emergency
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Workmen's Circle Units
To Take Part In Drive
111.- si\ Greatei Miami area
(>i km n's Circle branches hava
Liounccd plans to participate ac-
Ifly in the l9t>9 Combined Jewish
Viral-Israel Kind X> Hi -y Fund
bpaign <>f the Greater Miami
wish Pederatloi according to
i\ Gleiberman, division chair-
in who us irin i-i/ Yiddish s> iiim>i
it accepting the chairmanship
this division. Mr Gleiberman
hi aw appeal, personally, in
Workmen's Circle member
|p strengthen Israel nt this
In in her hist irj We can ac-
I > tin- i -: bj partici-
pating in ih' special meeting*, b>
giving ac porously and by urging
our friends in |oin us in this verj
important task "
M.s. ini. ||e I'. Stein is secretary
.of Mi Gleiberman's committee,
which is composed of delegates
from all branches, Other members
of this division Include Ell .\sh!> \
Isklor Cohen, Ethel Gitlin, Sarah
Gold, Amur Goon, Nathan Goon,
Max Greenberg, Samuel Horowitz,
Annie Kalmanson, Sarah Levine,
I ii Libin, Aaron Mams. Monroe
Varan s Noble, A Harr)
Sohuldiner lim Sun.'. Katie
Federation To Join In
Population Estimate
MAX GtfiBFJtAM.V
Tischlcr Evelyn W< Inei.
v\'< mi r ni il San Weiner.
Til. r< atci Miami J< is i Ft I
in w ill participate in tin- Na-
il Ji m ish Populat ion Stud) on
tie-in basis which will provide
the communil w ith additii i
data l" yond that plat m >l in the
inal studj Eormal approval
has been voted b> the executive
it'
Kej lead* i ni i hi FV deration
this week du ispects ol the
Gr< it' r Miami stud) w ith I tr
Sarah Fred Massarik ol I'CLA, who will
it the $750 000 "..it intiw ide i
vej sponsored by the Council <(
Jew ish I .-.ii ratioi s and W< Ifare
Founds
Dr Maaaai ik said that field t'--t<
for the national study will \-
in a a moaths; the bui vej its> if.
with 25,000 interviews as Its b
a ill get underway in the Fall.
Questions dealing with Greater
Miami's unique role in Amei iean
j.-wish life wit:i a view I., gather-
lion to strengthen the
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Gideon Hausner Is Guest Speaker
At Histadrut Mid-Winter Conclave
as a tvpn-si-ntatiw pendent Liberal Party. In 1MB, he chairman ol his pvtjrl ,.
a- elected to the Knesset, Israel's I Jerusalem branch.
Guest of honor and principal
ipeaker at the fourth annual Mid-
Winter Conference <>f the Ameri-
can Histadrut Development Foun-
dation at the Fontalnebleau Hotel
m M ami a ach F< b 18-19 "ill be
on 1 lausner, ho had been at-
neral ol Israel tor onlj
two weeks when Nazi war crim-
CIDtOS HAUSNW
Prof, Geo. Pickar
Guest Speaker At
Beth David South
p Pickai. professor of law
B1 (hi Universit) of Miami, will
guest speaker at the last in
t series ol four special Sunday
kfasl rlis groups at
1 David South, 7500 SW 120th
at 11 a.i S inday. when ho
v list h Tiii Moral Dimension
I aw
if. Pickar, who received his
degre< from Boston Univer-
i and did graduate work al
Hi aid University, is a former
icipal judge for the city of
locks, and former attorney
the Civil Aeronautics Hoard
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Shechita Is Under
Attach In Britain
LONTM N tJTA 1 1
i': \ 1 nl:
in Anin ;i has n six-year-
ild pamphlet in coi ni ction w ith
Its
Jewish ritual slaughtering! The
iphlet. denouni 1.1 by 1 1
: Deputies ol British Jews for al-
dl.i "inaccurate and tenden-
tious statements of a technical na-
ture" as well as its implied slur on
Jews, may !* referred to the Race
Relations Board because of the
material offensive to Jews, it was
announced in the House of Com-
mons this week.
Alan Ix"c Williams, a I.abor
Member of Parliament, said he
may refer the matter to the Race
RelatkHU Board Unless the offen-
sive paragraph is delet.-d. Another
l-abor Ml'. Erich Moonman. who
: is a member of the RSl'C'A called
it "a shame and outrage" and said
the Society had been "led astray."
Allan Joiner, deputy secretary
of the RgPCA, claimed there was
nothing anti-Jewish in the pam-
phlet, one sentence of which rea Is
People whose practices contra-
vene moral reojuin ments of a host
.try ought to accept pre-
stunning of cattle prior to slaugh-
tering." The reappeai ini of the
pamphlet coincided with the in-
troduction of a private m tuber's
1 ui to abolish shechil 1
A statement issued by Viet 1
\ .. pi sid- nt, on b
ol the B aid of Deputies, n ti I
that th Net's all
it shechita had been strongly
1 itted by many leading non-
Jewish scientific experts
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inal Adolf Kiehmann was captured
in South America in I960 and who
successful!) prosecuted the case
in Israel.
Rabbi Leon Kronish, national
vice president of the Histadrut
Foundation, and Jacob Kifkm. who
1: chairman ol thi- I
al conela\ e, announced Mr.
's .'uvi ptance this we* >.
1 leadq lartei f< ir the Mid
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the (ne Lincoln Road Bui lit
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tings.
Now Lack in privati
Mi Hausner, who serves as
onsultant to natii rial Hi ms
it as well as to i" omn
Israeli law firms, is a lecturer In
law at the Hi brew L'nh 1 sitj
where he graduated from law
school in 1943. A native of Poland,
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lem ECconomlc Corporation soon
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eration and served as legal aiUisor
to Haganah and the Vaad Leumi.
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salem division of the Israel-
American Friendship League, and
in 1951 was made campaign repre-
sentative of the Cnited Jewish Ap-
peal to Great Britain.
In his bests. Mini; hook "JustlCI
in Jerusalem," the formei attornej
recounts his experiences and re-
calls how i-.is dramatic announce-
merit of the capture of the most
sought-after of World War II's
mass 11 ii rers was coupled with
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brought to trial in Israel At I
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+ 3ei*t fhsirhtr
Paqo 9-A
. >
sh kol Bids Farewell, Has Praise For LBJ
Conii.tutd frsm Pssj* 1-A
ihiili wouM be negotiated with
Urn-near, tanks.
The acr>' ment did not specify
l' Jesalinatioii plant nuclear or con-
rentionaJ bill the loan and grant
were not made eonditional on the i of the Middle Kast and the su- | on the subjt-ct ever since.
choice of fuel. The ordinal plan ; ureme imjortance of water for i At the political oirlmony which
env.saKed a nuelear reaetor for ,nat |Mir|>os,. Mf Kshk(>, said Ho j Mr. Kshkol attended, the Israel
the plant, but the choiee of fuel ; _,____j____. ;_.___. :_ ^_u__ i I.abor Party and Mapam ligned a
was up to the Israel government.
showed great interest in desalina-
protocol formally establishing an
I tion when he and Mr. Kshkol first i,,.,..,., ,v,, ";,,
I alignment that will give labor its
President Johnson understood talked in Washington in 1964. ami fjr-st clear majority in tti> Kin is< t
the need for peaceral development they had been Inconstant contact (Parliamenti The protocol pro-
vidaa joint l-aiin Party Mapam
lists of eandiiiates in next Octo-
lier's national and municipal elec-
tions. Knesset seats will be divided
according to a proportional ar-
rangement agreed t < > in advance*
A I-al)or Party leader recom-
mended that it continue to eo
operate with the orthodox n
urns bloc in th. interest of national
unity i \< n though Laboi i i
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Fage 10-A
*knisf fkrilnr
Fnday. January 24, 1969
THE RABBI SPEAKS FROM HIS PUIPIT
Al
SOI)
A Lessan For Today
l
SYNOPSIS OF THE WEEKLY TORAH PORTION
I) KXKItl TlltlMI II STKKX
l;u-4ili I. i ulii ii <>!) niliii11 \
SyMgagUe, Miami B) < Ii
i >ui S nun i that the
ith-TaR g i vents ol Ex
lII : r htii themselves The un-
folding events
lurroui
of Israel
i enei al and
the state ol ls-
i .! I ii- particu-
lar .Hi- vivid
.i such
l >l\ !"'
l.i i us learn
i ii u Ii ss ms
the Torah
I let us
Robbi Sfrrn thi-m 1"
i pi- s. nl pi Mos< s sp-
in the mainstn am ol
i pei >1< his firs! itti mpt right
., f Pharaoh
.- \. ;-: t!.i|i> i- cauae his
w i- If-inspired and nol
ol God. Neverthe-
ss his Initi p u aches man-
I the trua v alue al the 1 if.- ol
ir:.ii\ uiual
i hi s iffei kng ol I
, as w hi n
... ires ahout one
. V. I I- "
ns
-ii' unit-
, Hebi ill did nol mh
.,
uses Inil id How,

iv if I whole
> rurthei k : ii aixiui the ln-
i Moses God in-
v M hal ii" jou have in your
i i M issa replii "A can-'"
i" of staf! i, the symbol ol
: authority God says
keep tbi itch.' but con-
. trol n. let it nol slip out of your
command, lest it turn into a -. i -
i>ent" Indeed, Israel neads con-
trolled and sensible power, but
>nlj in one hand The other must
not Idle, either, lesl it U.
infected and ids ased The other
hand >! Israi I must stretch forth
la trad In ncing the hand of
;m
Tin' American Jew's arm of sus-
ti nanci al the arm ol our
Israeli brethren who hold the l>i-
> ins can*.
Moses is skeptical and demands
tn knou will the redemption come
by the hand alone? How about the
' i>.i we not need eloquent
s|K>kesmen? Do we not need men
of oral persuasion? Do we not >
wiw iii pray and study, mea
and not only men ol arms?
God nnsw > *. "Yes, my deal Mo-
.-., ,,; thi m all. we need you
with in. staff, and we need your
Ihei A.iron, the man who en-
ters the inner sanctum the man
.vlui We need the ancienl
voice nl Jacob and the voice ol
the Torah.
In conclusion, Gad, through His
personal Involvement teaches
kii -'..it no one but no one
m V' mpt hims 11 "hatza-
'lit r.i : isbot." saving lives on the
t. \: nl a Talmudk law that if
help is needed but it is below the
nit) of th' Individual t-> render
;. in i- free from tin obu>
n in help ; .- biothi i
God lays And 1 shall di i
I shall desci nd to
1 will nol s. i k
: high post
in sa> that il is beneath mj dig-
nity,
So no single Jew shall claim dis-
pensation from hrlpinp his breth-
ren to attain their fToedOpI Let us
hope thai such historic momeBts ol
Exodus will repeat themselves
soon
Continued from Page 4-A
speaks volumes about his frame
of mind!
If Kennedy must compete with
MusJde, furthermore, Kenned>-'s
new i>ost as Senate majority
whip will not always tx' a net
plus. The point is thai trw posl
win require him to tak< it u :-
or refrain from taking stands
mnerparty issues ol great touchi-
ness and troubli powi .
Older Mrmbrrs
A good ill tstratlon is thi- little-
understood argument that ha-s
tsl taken place in the Senate
Democratic Steering Committee.
Sen. Richard Russell, now due to
becomi Appropriations ehairmati
wanted to reduce his committee's
membership by two; and the
chairman of Foreign Relations,
San. J. William Eulbright, want-
ed to reduce his committee by no
less t han four.
Because be wtahad for places
fur thi' younger k nators who are
his chief supporters, Kennedj
was against this committee-
shrinking proposal, In some
measure too, the proposal was a
gentle reminder that although
Kennedy ha- won the whip's
he alder numbers of tin
s ".iti Detnaenatk Establish-
t st m have much to say
Ii was a ease of shrinking both
mittees or neither commit-
ti and the sticking point was the
F in Ign itilations Committee
This was because Sen. dale Mc-
i Jee I ad promisee from ae\ et al
members of the Estobbahment-
i .ii k. d Stei i Ing I' immil t.....
help him get back th- Foreign
Relations Committee place that
he had lost m an earlier reshuffle
Because of the promises to
Named To Convention Unit
Ben Giller, senior vice president
and d I,:.,' ol Washington Fed-
eral Savings and Loan Assn., has
been unanimously elected to the
Advisory Board of the Miami
Beach Convention Hall and Con-
vention Bureau
Bo
l elites h ike ol paschal Ian
born are slain bj (nl
"And ye shall eal It in haste ii is the Lord's
il sad 12 lit 'The Lord smoti all the Hrst-b n the land
,,i I tod 12
IU) <;) sent Mow I i Pharaoh once more with the follow.
ing wool- "Go In unl Phat h ind tell him It ti
refuse lp let M) i -->; -i i ioW I a/ will 1 bring loc
into thy border i Exodus 10 '. i Phiraoh would not
Then God punished Egypt th i thick darkness Yet
Pharaoh remained adamant En II) Mosw *-a ned th* Kir
' vpt that God would nil tne most all, th
death : ill the first-born oh : men ind b
The Israi lites wi Iven the ordinal thi I'..... -
named because God pass rt i i I hi il thi Israelites w
be kille fifteenth day of the first nth tNissan'
Pharaoh was shaken it last He tent the child Israel
from the land 1T>ej eonsistid ol about six hundred tho
men on root beside children In their hate to leave l I th
Israelites baked matzoh from dough thai was not I. ivet
Hcnci lbs iT^hibiiHin again*! eating k*a\ -ned bn i I oi l'.- o\n
This recounting of the Wkry Perrtc- ol tho Low is extracted
and basod upon "Th* Graphic History of tho Jewish Heritage."
edited by P WoUman-Tsamir. SIS. Publisher it Shengold. and tho
volume is available at 27 William St.. New York 5. N.Y. President
of tho society distributing the volume is Josoph Schlart*.
McGce, deadlock threatened; for
McGee would once more have
invn fro/' n out by Fulbright's
ittee-shi inking 1- m iginal-
|y planned The dead! ek was
broken when the eminent Da
i!ugene Met"aithj. >k kk d
Ins Foreign Relations place to the
active Hawk, McGei giving
R iss.-ii and FulbriKht n solid ma-
Jot Ity ovi r Kenned)
Tins is a"' ii hi 1 iss,,, that is
not > t finally settled !< 1
can, n theory, appeal to th--
Senate Democratic Caucus But
here hi would surelj encounter
quite a numbat of his former
supporters for the whip's place,
who now wish to make a demon-
stration on the other side In
favor of Russell.
Again, Kennedy could go to
the floor, but. the Republicans, 1
a 1 h ugh 'h'-\ object 1 inking
the comniitt again b
likely to wisl
in hi
s iuthi rn Democrat te 1
can be s en, thi n Ki
ned) is now 1: a n
ime Mm no 01 ii
!> Ided i> bettei fittitl
to |l.i. big

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C.....Imuf.ir of the fettu-ei
afprjring herr i.
1>K MAX I IPSCrHTZ
Sfkhitiul Irj.lrr ,1/
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BNAI SMOLOM (TEMPLEl. 27S NW
19tn St ConMrvilive Rabbi Abr*.
IHAVAT SHAL*OM CONGREGA. ..... C'""
"ION 5 SW 67th yf Ortho mtor Morni Brr 1 MIAMI 137 NE 19th St. Retorm.
O Rabbi Jo*ph R. Nrot. 10
A-.SME EMES 25J3 SW 19th Ave_ y_ ^ ^^^ ^ .,,,.......,.w,
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MIAMI
Conrvtiv."Cantor Sol Pikowiti 2 '
ETM AM 1TEMPLE1. 50 N Ken. ISRAELITE CENTER 3175 SW 24th
-an Or S. Miami Reform Rabbi st Conservative. Rabbi Avrom L.
Herbert Baumgard Cantor Michael Drazin. Cantor Nathan Pjrnin 11
".yrr 3 y, ,,|:iV .. 4. p.m .unl It B ill S> I
.v 1 11 m >:'- Si--:il..i s, > ,,.,, \\h.,. |a 1V ui a*T"" Batardsy
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I m. 1 III N"- MINVONAIRES SYNAGOGUE. 3737
1 Sli.-. itauaThtM il \ Bird Rd. Modern Traditional Cantor
ind Mrs Murr.,\ V\ 1 Loui* Cohan. 12
EETM DAVID 2*2* SW 3rd Ave
Comfvji ve. Rabbi Sol Landau
Cantor William W. Lipaon. 4
la) p in and "
laaa H bba 1 h >* 1 mun
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EETM EL 400 SW 17th Ave Ortho-
lot Ram, Solemon S 1 d.i; 1 i' m V >
torn
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EETM KODESH 1101 SW l?ti> Ave.
Modern Traditional Rabbi Man
Shap.ro Cantor Ben Dickaon I
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8th St Conservative RaOb Simon
April C-intor Seymour Mtnkea 8
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OR OLOM (TEMPLEl. 8754 SW 16th
St. Conservative. Rabbi Ralph Gin- '
man. Cantor Benjamin Ban An. 13
1'1 itnj p m .--,, urdary 4'. .1 m Baar 1
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TIFERETH ISRAEL. 6400 N. Miami
Ave. Conservative Rabbi Ralph
Carmi. Cantor David Sherman 14

TIFERETH JACOB (TEMPLEl 941
E 4th Ave. Hialeah Conservative
Rabbi Maurice Klein. 14
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w hal 1- Ii U \ ut "
Katu in
ZION (TEMPLEl 8000 Miller Rd
Conservative. Rabbi Alfred Wax-
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ilaaghti-i ind Mn Ii
K 11

MIAMI BEACH
e-
AGUDATH ISRAEL. 7S01 Carlyle Ave
Orthdon Rabbi Isaac Ever 17
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BETH ISRAEL 770 40th St Orthodox
Rahbi Berel Wem IS
e
BETH JACOB 301 Washington Ave
Orthodox Rabbi Shmaryahu T Swwir-
aky. Cantor Maurice Mamches. 19
e
BETH RAPHAEL (TEMPLE) 1446
Jefferson Ave Conservative Rabbi
David Raab Cantor Saul Breeh. 20
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BETH SMOLOM (TEMPLEl 4144
Chase Ave. Liberal Rtbbi Leon
Kronish Cantor D.lvid Conviser ?1
h'liilai s |3 |, x. ,
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BETH TFILAH 936 Euclid Ave Ortho-
dox Rant) Joseph E. Rackovsxy 22
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CUBAN HEBREW CONGREGATION
1242 Washington Ave Orthodox.
Rabbi Dow Poaencwaig. 2]
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EMANUEL (TEMPLEl 1701 Wash-
ington Ave. Conservative Rabbi
Irving Lehrman. Assistant Rabbi
Daniel E Kirshblum Cantor Zvi
Adler 24
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"A N.i II I": .. 1 N ., ...I II .|.. A
Poat-lDaujrural Meaaase Haturday l|
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llih .lui r '11 srvtfatMM Hers
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HEBREW ACADEMV 2400 Pmetree
Dr. Orthodox. Rabbi Alexander S.
Gross 25
JACOB C COHEN COMMUNITY
SVNAGOOUE 1432 Washington Ave
Orthodox Rabbi Tibor H. Stern.
Cantor Meyer Eng>el. 26 '
Ktida) p in >.iiiii.i.\ s ;.i rii .
s. 1 moii The I uhs inl 1 1 1: a -1. '
KNESETH ISRAEL. Mil Euclid Ave.
Orthodox Rabbi David Lehrfield.
Cantor Abraham Seif 27
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it Tli- in-ai : ,\i .111-
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Conservative Rabbi Mayer Abram. |
o\* tr Cantor Nico Feldm.in 29
Prida) ''. i m S:iinr I ijr m

NER TAMID (TEMPLEl 80th St and
Tatum Waterway. Con-rrvative
Rabbi Eugene Laboviti Cmior Ed
ward Klem 29
OHEV SHALOM 7045 Bnn.ta Dr. ,
Orthodox Rabbi Phineas Wrher.
man 30
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Collins Ave. Rabbi Sadi Nanmias. 31
VOUNG ISRAEL OF MIAMI BEACH
1447-44 Washington Ave Rabbi A
Ben H.iiel. 32
NORTH MIAMI BEACH
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NE 183rd St. (Miami Gardens Rd 1
Conservative Rabbi Moton Schl.n.
aky. Cantor Harry Sterling. 33

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Ave Conservative Rabbi Max Lip-
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BETH MOSHE CONGREGATION
13600 W Dixie Hwy. Conservative
Rabbi David Rosenfeld Cantor Ben
Zion Kirschenbawm 35
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BNAI RAPHAEL 1401 NW 183rd Si
Conservative. Rabbi Charles Rubel
Cantor Jack Lerner. 34
1 "IS 11 m I'nlled Kynaarnaui
J Ulh ii h llallt) Haiti atb Halui
J -i ni Bar Ml (avail Kotx 1. -..i, of
Mr and Mr- Har\e) Klaml In
SINAI (TEMPLEl of NORTH DADE
Temporary office. 1S801 NE 22nd Ave
Reform Rabbi Ralpft Kingsley 37
l--ii.li.> > i". ,, n, ,;UP>, Bneaker in
Hi (..nl H i-,.,.!,.. Topic Kofsrm
luilMi-m Today and Tomnrnm \
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JUR?BaA o(T.EMPL"k- ib0 O'Saada
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Reform Rabbi Richard M Levito"
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Beth Am Couples Schedule Social
\ Marrk-d i wpfc Mr and Mn Michael
ClubafTtm i Bet* hold ,nd Mr, HsW*Maiti
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Among the principals who attended the re-
cent Service for Isrcel Dinner-Dance of the
South Florida Districts ot the Zionist Organi-
zation of America are (from left': Mr. and
Mrs. Julius Darsky, Mrs. Joseph Darsky,
Nathan H. Darsky. quest of honor. Rabbi
Irving Lehrman. Mrs. Cy Cohen and Lt.-Col.
Mo*he Aamon. guest speaker.
Ne
gro Anti-Semitism 'Dangerous1
Continued from Pag* 1-A
Jority, nol by their efforts for
' dignity hut through
anti-Semitic reelings."
Miss Van Ellison, now a sopho-
re at Bridgeport University,
a rote. Th. already badly exploit-
ed black was allowed to be further
exploited by Jews Behind every
hurdle that the Afro-American has
yet to Jump," sh. alleged, "stands
Jew who has already cleared it."
Alton Schoem r of the state
Council or; the Arts, who was co-
i rdinator and as-' bl< d the eata-
ogue for th.- "Harlem On My
Minn exhibit said. There was no
tempt to provoke anti-Semitic
lei ings As a membt i <>f the New
fork Jewish community," he add-
I feel that the .!. ws must face
1 realities of tl world in which
F the city's ra-
cial conflict, former Board <>( Edu-
cation president Mrs. Rose Shapiro
d* manded thai her successor, John
1 >.mr. iiismiss Ne^ro public school
teat her Leslie R Campbell, who
read an anti-Semitic poem pur-
portedly written by a 15-year-old
Mi gro schoolboy on the Julius I.- a-
ter program on WBAI-FM, a pub-
lic subscription radio station, aired
Dec. 26. The Council of Supervis-
ory Associations, an organization
Of public school administrators.
echoed Mrs. Shapiro's demand in
telegrams to Gov Nelson A. Rook-
efi Her and state Education Com-
missioner Dr. Jamas E. Allen. The
tat niand was made by Rabbi
Gilbert Klapernian. president of
the New York Board of Rabbis, in
a telegram to Mr. Doar.
The teacher, who had been sus-
"ii charges of ha
union t. acbi rs In the I icean Hill-
Brownaville experimental school
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district in Brooklyn during the
t< .ii lii rs' strike, was reinstated
after a New York State panel
found "insufficient evidence to
warrant disciplinary action." Ded-
icated to Albert Shank, r teachers'
union president, the poem he read
be^an with thi' verse, "You pale-
faced Jew boy with that varmulka
on your head; you pale-faced .!<
boy I wish you wen dead." Mr
Lester, host of the weekly pro-
gram, is field Military of the
militant Student Non-Violent Co-
ordinating Committee.
Cohen
Continued from Pago 4-A
with equal intensitj to tin i
f Miami scene Where else, for
to so n an) J< a domi-
cile for a good part c>i the year
and yet do not "live"? In what
other American community have
i ii planners been so in the dark
as lo the exact number ol Jews?
(Thnpi i ara a ro, a limiti d I
indicated thai the Jewish popula-
t ion ol Gi eater Mian i w as
where between 170.000 and
218.000 rather than the
-' bj Federation.I
As si pxan pie of what con-
fronts us, the Dade County Wel-
I Planning Boat I il
d indk ati a th, : ilati
Bi sch is "prol ably un-
ted anywtx re else in the
United State predominantly el-
retired Jews, who for the
most pat i were arly 20th Cen-
tury immigrants to the United
States," with a median age, !*-
lieve it or not, of slightly under
68 yi .i a
I am not suggesting that the
ci isis in the Middle East, or in
Jewish-Negro relations, the prob-
lems of intermarriage, the elimi-
nation of slums, the centraliza-
tion ol schools the list si ms in-
terminable will Ix' met with a
study of the Jewish population ol
Greater Miami. But I will say
that those of us whose lives an
bound to this Jewish community
and through it to the general
community and the nation will
be better able to serve, armed
with the knowledge of who we
are and what we are, and even
where we came from.
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Hpymour h. tiehman
VAHWK.II ..ml the OODS OF CANAAM
B> WlUhun ro\w-ii AsMgM
.mil
Emmga on OLD Tkstamknt HISTORY
MMl RELIGION
By AttwmM Alt
William F. AJbright, who i-
or Emeritus )( Semitic
flfti ..- ..i.-> at Johns Hopkins
UkiivriMiv. i^ rrno\*nl tot his
aicheotogical work In Palestine
aM< mixli-rn IsrnH. Hi- has pre*
stsY.-.l an historical analysis of
laa/i con tras tins? faiths in his
Tgttisveh .in.l the <. (D, ,v- '' SJVyr-n. Kar
lir thi.- year, the wme publisher
ItaL'1'. Alhri'cht Alt's MMyi on
MuMl IliMors anil K-
vii i paperback, Si 45i.
?"or th' benefll .>i some non-
risl n a i y.iMa11; i-. the
ral pronunciation "i the four
gpew letters, yu.l." "hay."
,\." hay." which Jews pro-
ai,. Adonay." The name "i
i* known ai the I 'tragram-
lon It was recited correctly
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Grow County Maryland
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ructvra, which may have to
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J one was Injured by the ex-
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L before, smok.- pod flnmes
from th<- wfnriowa Nelgh-
fsaid U soui.il.ii like a giant
[lir crashing.
Ii.. called In the FBI and
bomb squad experts from
McNair, Va. and Dr. Isaac
nk executive director of the
lli i Washington Jewish Com-
Council, had a conaulta-
l with i-> Ice officials aboul the
snt, which sonv i ithoi ities
;hl haxT been a local
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only by the High Priest In the
Tempts on sTom Klppur.
To a certain extent, the two
books under review art- iomi>an-
lon pieces, Albright makes sev-
eral references to works of Alt.
who was one of Germany's most
original and acclaimed I lid Tt
lament scholars. Albright makes
easier reading, but those who
seek to be well informed should
read Alt's essays on the "Origins
of Israelite Law" and "The God
oi the Fathers.''
Ait believes that sen ilara have
i I pal l mim icient attention to
the forms of Israel's tradition
that deal with religion In order
to explain why Vahw.h and !>'-
h"t In Him created the ix>mi of
unity between the twelve tribes.
Alt wrote, "This is the tradition
of the God of Abraham the Fear
oi Isaac, and the Might) I me ol
Jacob, or in short, of the GhI of
the Fathers."
It is Interesting to read the
books of th.s. two non-Jews in
which one accepts and the other
proves the existence of our Patri-
archs. Then one should compare
their findings with that of Cecil
Roth, the Jew. who in his "His-
torj Of the Jews" wrote. "If
Abraham cxistfd 'and man)
would question even thisi .
lerican Israeli
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he was not in any sens, the
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Roth's book was originally
printed over 30 years ago. It is a
pity that the Union of Hebrew
t oiigregations Should have had
It reprinted recently without
'careful, historical edmhtf cor-
recting and ii|xlating. The rash
of reprints of old books without
editing of the originals is a dis-
service to the public and an in-
sult to true scholarship.
This criticism is also leveled at
the American Jewish Historical
Society and the English Jewish
Historical Society, whose Pubii-
cations and Transactions are be-
ing reprinted photocopied, to !*
exact. The excuse for these in-
excusable acts is that private
concerns are doing the reprint
jobs and that they are not offi-
cial. Thej overlook that then
names appear on the covers of
the reprints. Errors are being
perpetuated. Young scholars
should have been subsidized to do
research so as to eliminate errors
and make worthy addenda to the
monographs and essays ol their
prcd. cessors.
Albright acknowledges that
the past thirty years have pro-
duced much In Israel which ne-
cessitated n. m conclusions and
also filled in man) lacunae in the
proof of Biblical events. He re-
lates that former theories that
the Patriarchs were gods trans-
formed by legends into human
beings must i>e discarded because
"Thanks to our present evidence,
it is certain today that the Patri-
archs w.rc Indeed human beings
who were the heroes of the
stories handed down from the
Patriarchal Age"
Albright's chapter on The Pa-
triarchal Background" is requir-
es! reading for all those who !>-
lieve that most of the Bible es-
pecially Genesis, is myth Freud
plight not have written his,
"Moses and Monotheism" if he
bad had the opportunity to read
"Yahweh and the Gods of Ca-
naan." Some of our left-wing and
"God is dea t" rabbis nave the
ouportunili d i led t(
what w
Freur
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Special Report On Soviet Jews by BORIS SMOtAR
Mixed Marriage h A Way Of Life In Russia
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Documents Reveal FDR View on Jews
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Maryland's Governor
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st ol ttv i.. i. .i ll.i I,.- .n Henrk Ha
Szo AS I I niini i
I ;. Ji wish ildieffl at Fort
McHosarj ,j the fighting which _- .
to the Star Spangled Bam
FrsjNea) Scotl Key wu Um author of tht I i-
u anthem. He u i^ a lawyer. Key had his
i .-: in the morning and left for his offio A
triend taw him walking In a different direction than
the usual one. Hi, Scett,' be mid, "where are you
going:?''
Oh." laid Key, "l thought I wouM go down to
Fort McHenry when thv British ami the Americans
ting and write the "SI Spangled Iianner
The St i Spangled What?" said his friend.
You knew," uHd Key, 'Oh, lay c > i Me i>>
the dawn's early light.
ivi you fa1 all rightT asked ins friend
you! wouldn't understand, said Ke> anil
he went on.
I have never aeen this st >iy about K<> and his
friend anywgawr else, md I doubt that It i- true
\. tualB/i K>v had h. n i-ivjnsjesl as a lawyer to
',-> to gel 'I* British militarj to release i A
ysiafcsn I m- Beans, whom they h id taken
in c
.1ng at ih Brit sft headquarters, VU
iFtkneatt ol the fort and in-
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look ut an eld n\ lope an I *"j u the song Hi-
i -m-law thought and the
Baltimore America.i puMtehasi it U a at adapted
to thd tune ol -> u
Heaven, eeame popular all ovej the nation
Accident to
m such things Yanki 11 her ami
popular during the fteeulutlunarj War The Brttftrh
played n foil awing ihebitileu' LeadMgaan. it kidded
the American tout their > mple ways, t ? > r the
\ I leans liked K Bfld adopted it as tru-ir own. It
had been written mart than yean befafi and
probaMy if tlie American Revolution had not
occurred, it would not have been heard from
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Mi Marp > recentb In th ivws when hi l<
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To the foressning, Gen No? rreel
stating that, "It would be a tad thin? foi the French i
win In war merelj t.. open the waj for lh Jew* to
control the professiona and the bueinasa world ol North
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Israel Develops Its Defense Industries
LJ vii \ Recetn development may
h i\e given rise t.. mistalt n
ird ;..: 1st i reliance im let
sources foi it aulitarj supplies wii.i.
ii i^ true th ,t specialised or h< ivj
n^ kjke (uperaonte (eta and certain
: ; tanks are sought elsewhere Is-
loirfj in'.i singly cl *> to self-
suffieVncy h prodoclion of mihral")
rquipment and suppHea
Indeed i~i leFi aroduetion Is so advanced that h has
' no sm;(ll proportions In the p
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k O.CO0 from export of arms, ammunition, electronic equ p
in in and s:i, Umeous suptiilsw h tents
d Kiti hens
T ered about the counl
and are epsMted direeMji t>\ the Milltan Defense
They an- almost unnoticed n Israel ipressMng ndu
produce for ctvtUan needs whei
the militarj qi ot a ire met in that way the plants n
mi tm-ir stall and maehtnery in OonstsMl working onier
ami tin lr industrial proflcienc} .n permenent peak Tti
e.'imnutiy that loday sur>iMe air conditioners for homes
and olfieas can .t the gleb of a switch revert to
duds.
''"' m exh ''..... h Ut. first iVTft Che
neral public a look a: the wi : .. .. < .tH,n
llsptaj Iwvt been ..... h, ,,r ,,.n ,., .
shells con llcut I electmt
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smmuniti n In Ugbi m
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Glowing ever the success of the 21sl annual
scholarship dinner of the Greater Miami
rew Academy arc these principals in the
[SlOO-a-couple banquet which honotrd Miami
i Beach communal leader Jack Rosen. They
left to nqht. Mr. and Mrs. Rosen; Rabbi
[Mcyei A:>ramow!tz. Or Georqe S. Wise,
ident of Tel Aviv University; and dinner
marshal Lou Poller. Dr. Wise was principal
speaker. Rabbi Abramcwiiz offered a special
prayer of dedication to the honoree. and
Leonard Rosen served as chairman of the
':on attended by some 1.300 persons
of 1,600 ticket purchasers.
Exhibit To Feature
Y Members' Art
A s(Kvial exhibit ol
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Labor Zionist Dinner
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To Honor Newmarks Uewisll Floridiail
M an1 Mrs. Moil is Newrnark.
ro ighoul Israel and tiv
, d statea tor their philan-
; ic gi nerosity to many local.
.,; and Urai li taiatitutlom,
. .) named recipit nti of the
...,i, -i. Liberation Award /, \
Israel's Consul General fi>r
istern region of the
d stati b, has announo I
Award wjji be conferred
.!r and Mri Newmars a<
nual Farband-Labor Zionist
i Pioneer Women Israel Dinner
i l>. h<-l . 1 lotel S inday venlng,
I 9
(he dinner were com-
al .i breakfast meeting of
('ommittee tins wx k
th< commltee ire Rabbi
ii Kronish, honorary chairman;
.1. k Pilosof, chairman; Harriet
M Let In, Dr Simon Wl-
ind Joseph P Zuckerman,
iati chairmen and Anna
Ma; hie Fi k dbi rg, Sophie
I i/ and Leah Podolsky, co
, i the I Committee of
Most-.
Mr Boneh noted the numerous
ras <>i services in which Morrii
. Vir.a Newrnark have rendered
tn Israel, particularly In the
: Is ip( medical Rid Hn Frequent visitors to Israel. Mr.
jnd Mm Newrnark first iwamt'
ti rested m the hospital program
| onsored by Mistadrut through
it Holim, its medical service
8 number f years ago when
Ihey saw the benefits rendered
thi i igti thii institution. Since that
*3r?
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*. AND MffS. MOMS NlVtMAKK
tune Mr and Mrs. Newmai k ,,...,
d. in, at.,i five medical clinics and
a synagogui In Israel which I
had In Iped t.i build. Medics lit i< s
bearing the names of Anna and
Morris Newrnark range the length
and breadth of Israel one u lo-
cate d in the Git st-Eliyahu section
'i T< I Aviv. Others are m Ashke-
lon, In the Romema section ol
Jerusalem and In Bal Yara-Ramat
Hanassi The synagogue tlv > I
and dedicated is in the I',' t Avot
Home ft.i the Aged in Holon They
ha\>- aUn dedicated tun orphans'
les n Jerusalem one for boys,
and one for guls and founded
Hi. Man School for Handicapiied
Children In Givatalm. While vis.i-
nig Israel last summer the New-
marks supplied another need, do-
nating two ambulano s to the Ku-
pat llolim.
Morns, the youngest of 10 chil-
dren, was s. til to An* rica by his
father thi Chit I Rabbi ol an area
In the Ukraine, Russia, In :ik' it
the age ol it'. In order to gave him
from the pogroms of the tune
Four years later he married Anna,
and after working together on a
farm, they u|M'ne l in Wisconsin which latei became
i a department store.
In 1933, they made their first
visit to Palestine, investing in an
orange grove, with the idea of
making Palestine their permanent
I home. The grove was destroyed as
a result of Arah terrorism, how-
ever, and their investment lost.
Throughout their years of resl-
Idence here, Mr. and Mrs. New-
mark, who came to Miami Beach
in 1935, have given leadership to
many organizations and institu-
tions Mrs. New-mark has been
active in the Jewish National Fund
and is a life member ol Hadassah
and B'nal IVnth Women.
A leader in the [arael Bond I 'i
ganization, Mr Newrnark is treas-
urer Ol the Israel Hist idiut of
Gn itei Miami and is active- in
B'rith th, Zionist I mi i
tioti ol Arm i lea and J< w
tional Fund The) an members >:
Temple F man
Miami, Honda Friday. January 24, 1969
Sectic.
Dore Schary Due For
Seminary Patrons Event
| 5 irv. nat lonal char
^nti-Defamat Ion I agui ol
\ ritl nd well-known Ann r-
an playwright-producer, vvdi !>
' si speak '. .it i dtnnei "i ti it.
to members ol the Natl i
I SOI let V of Til. Jew ish
cal Semi u : Vmei l< i
I I Wedm s,:.i\. Feb 5 i(
Diploma) Countrj <
\l t\ V II
> n Inai > vv III be a spei ial
s' .it the event which will
eat Ion pi ograma of
Seminary, the spiritual centei
I "( I set native Movement in
bdaism, Recording to cochalrmen
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DO*t SCHAKt
ird Rissei tnd Ira Sollai
A id- long ; ii' i< i; ant In p
,it fairs and Ji v Ish omm inal
Mr Sch.nv is ,i member ol the
'.Milt tee ,i| the S. 'ill
I......I ol I :ii". Cti i s .ill has
: Board i i >> "i
He i~ i men ber ol the I'rban Co-
alition, .i truslti ol Mi- i >
Roosevelt Mi moi ial F ndati
' andi i~ < 'amp In-
stitute pi< sidi nl ol th' Dm
lists (iuiki Fund a "i "I
the I iramatists 11 ai '
,i life !t mbt i ol th NA \ During his long cancel in Holly-
wood, Mi Scharj wrote mon I
in sci nplaj i and pi oduci il 130
films For the i rs< 12 y<
has been writing, producing and
directing on Broadwaj
Thi Jewish Theological S mi
naiv of Am. i lea trains tabbis, n -
ligious school teachers, cantors and
lav leaders for the Jewish com-
munit) in its schools in New Yoik
I ,s Angeles and Jerusalem li is
'know n for its nationwide radio and
television programs. Including the
"Eternal Light," aeries its w >i d
famous library and Jewish mu-
seum, and Its institute for Relig-
ious ai d '* ial St..di.s.
program tor clergymen ol all
faiths.
T :. > n ii > current!) is i n-
,l ting a S35.000.000 A w lo|
rampaign designed to build a r*
hi.i,.: % p sidence hall Rnd i
room facllitii and also to \
n Idi ipn ad ai i v let s.
Pinhas Sapir Slated To Address
Local Tel Aviv University Event
PINHAS SAriK
Pinhas Sapir, Minister ol Com-
merce and Industrj under Prime
Minister David Bt n-Gurion ai I
Minist. i of Financi In Prime
ist. i I., \i Eshkojj's Cabinet, who
now is Secretary-General of Is-
raels l'mi. d Laboi Pai ty, will l-
in Miami Beach F< h 8 to address
trie National Inaugural Dinnei of
i Socii tv oi Founders ol Ti I
Aviv University.
The mv it at ional, black-tic afl
will be held ai the home of Ml
and Mrs loscph Kanter National
president of the American Friends
of Ti l Avi\ I niversity, Mr Kanter
is natii mal chairman of b ith th<
I'nited Jewish Appeal and the
1st ai I Kd ication Fund.
I luring the Six-Daj War, Mr
Sapir came to Greater Miami to
coordinate the Israel Fmergencj
Fund campaign lor North and
South America He personally met
w ith si on ".' Am. i h .
and Latin American leaders -
curing gilts m recoiil shatI
s mounts
Ile ha work .1 ii is. |j with
Kanter. Leonard Ros n i
chairman ol the hoard ol ro
nors, and I e Gcorg S V i-
.1, aidi rtt of Tel A\ n I'i ;
ill helping I-: !
. ishv to is a n
educational factor m the Sta<
Is'rai I
Boi n in Poland i
to Pales in igi anti as
the kej an hit ct ol the regi
and national watCI plans "I
State of Isra I
the 1948 1949 Vi ar ol Liberal
Director-general ol the Israel
istrv ..I Defense from iu-l'' to
he was named Director-Genera
the Ministry ..i Finance In 1933
and moved into the Cabin I
1955



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Miami pi nMral Dr 1 [<
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ri '>i Trustees Mr
Sw i-nsoi Is ilsu ai i\ Ij i
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i of I i ind-
era ol II i id< School
i In Is in Miami, ho is a former
membi i ol the Boai d ol Cou
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..in. Gn Miami < is b foi .. ;n chaii man
: Ihe
L'niti .: ol I'.i.l. Count} as
vt as formei offici mem-
lr of I Con munilj I.
n .i
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tool can employ to dissolve (he
i: .. inieioti pre
Ii i daily between races, n in-:
liviilunts and even
betwcei nunoritj grouits i hem-
. Mi Swei led out.
"The Ni i M is i stn>n i t >i
l>ai Although pi...:iess has
Is r ; i b thai
so mud be ai hievi .1 We
I ,-i!i trj i" gel Insolvi d We
I in have the innei
.. ol this nation i i|| d a|>art
ii> hostilii We must I-
igh in race our |>robli i
intei ational, in ;i
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I'mr.'i:.- .I in pron better
i-.tu... n i-o|i|.- ..i
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(55 1 ieW uff u s
ference ol Chris
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Rep, Murray Dubbin
Beth Am Speaker
I: bin will lx- I
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of th< '' .ui.l Ihe
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i:.-|.ri. r.i.iin. m 1963, he has re-
in at. dlj be n n electi office.
11 he serves i>n
itivi committi is, nral
ha> n .' lii ".in >>i the 1 louse
C mmittei on Constitutional Re-
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Temple Israel To Hear Elie Wiesel
. |, w ho slow!'. foil ''.1 11 1
[lit W/fSEl
Famed novelist I 11 Wicscl re- receutivit) "i Ihe
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Stati .vim i;. Richard I I.
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Mrs, Max Schenk
Due Here For Rally
- Max Schenk national p i
nt of 1 ladaaaah, w 111 i the kej -
apeakar when the "Myrtle
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- nted i" Richard Tucker, top-
ping Metropolitan < 'i- ra linger
, .i world-renowned tenor, in rec-
liiMi. ol his many philanthro >ic
avora and nil work for Zionist
- b) I n Mi,imi Beach < "hapter
,i isab at l p.m Moi day in
h Miami 1 ach Auditorium
Mayor Jay Dcrmer will bring
i t-etings bom the City of Miami
h to tin meeting; n uairal se>
ctiora wiU be preaentad by Ron
n lyric coloratura soprano
won tin- Metropolitan Audi-
ol tin An. accompanied at
piano bj the well-know n
-i compoaer Shmu< l Ferahko
Newly elected as national presi-
t ot Hadaaaah, Mis Schenk
serve! on the Board of Governor!
MRS. MAX SCMNK
TTTAIJA rigmals
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of the Hi brew Unit i i sit) in J
-a i m, i n the Presidium of tin
Zionist Gem ral Council and rep-
n s. nta Hadaaaah in the ( oi
ol I'M ikk nti ni Major Ami i-
iian Jewish OrganLcatk
The Wife of Rabbi Max Schenk
he lias devoted her life to Zionism
anil the advancement of creative
Jewish living, sh<- became a mem-
ber nt Young Judaea as a young
girl, later joining Junior Hadaaaah,
She lias been a member of 11a-
daaaah, which has a membership ol
more than 318,000 (6.500 of which
.m in the Mian i Beach ana. mak-
ing it or* oi the Big Tent for over
thirty-five .Mars, ami has held
major portfolios
The Schenka lived in Sydney,
Australia, from 1939 to 1949. ami
while Rabbi Schenk served as the
president ol the Zionist Federation
'f Australia and New Zealand,
Mrs. Schenk, who received her
MA ami M.A. degrees from Drake
University, when' she also taught
n ii nee for a time, hi Id positions
of leadership in WIZO, the Wom-
en*! International Zionist Organi-
zation. The Schenka returned to
the United States and settled In
New York in 1949.
A frequent visitor to Israel, Mrs
Schi nk has learned at first hand
the needs and aspirations of the
Jewish state She also has visited*
r rchoalovakia 1'oland. Yugo-
slavia and the Soviet Union, study-
ing the problems of Jews behind
the Iron Curtain.
Mrs PhiHp F Thau is presidi
of the Miami !' ai h 1 "hapter
issah; Mis SI* i man Fast
chaii man of the da
Plans were finalized by the committee this
week for the "Snow Ball" evening spon-
sored by the Mollie K-ihaner Sisterhoo i
of Be:h Tcich Congregation. North Miami
Beach. The event is slated for 8:30 p.m. Sat-
urday. Shewn from left are Mrs. Lawrenc
Srhorehart, Mrs. Stan'pv Friedman, Mr-
Arthur Snyder, Mrs. Matthew E:ti:ig?r. ''.:
Lawrence Hu:w:t end Mrs. Edw.n W:e:.
Mizrachi Women 9s I nit
Sets Conference Plans
The annual Florida Conference
of the Mizrachi Women's Organi-
zation ol America will be held at
the Fontainebleau Hotel. Miami
Beach, Sunday, Feb, 2, and Mon-
day. Feb. 3, -Mrs. Alfnd StOI e
Florida coordinator of the or-
ganization, has announced, opening
at S p.m Sunday with a forum
discussion ol "The Revolt of < >ur
Vouth."
Taking part in the forum as
panelists will be Judge George H
1'iekai. professor of law at the
University ol Miami: Kabbi Simon
Kobrinetz, Hillel director of the
University of Miami, and Michael
A Kat/. newly-appointed Israeli
consultant for South Florida,
Following the forum session.
Mrs Aaron l.eif, r. national presi-
ADL Is Sisterhood Topic
Mrs. Herman Koernvaes was to
be guest speaker at a meetini
the Sisterhood ol Temple Beth
To> Thursday evening she cl
"The Anti-Defamation League of
B'nai B'rith" as her topic
dent ol the organization, will be
honoi d at a >ri held b) the
eight local chapters of Mizrachi
Women.
At 10 a.m. Monday, the confer-
ence plenary session will review
the progress ol the organization's
schools and children's villages
The
throughout 1st*
awards luncheon, a highlight of
the conference will follow at i
Monday.
All sessions will be held in the
Fontainebli au Hoti I
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I- 1 the Sisterhood of Ynune
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;n tin' North Miami
.i,' synagogue*! nth annual
Sunday evening in the Fon-
mix I lean Hotel.
i David Lehrfleld spiritual
f.i.li of KDearth Israel t"iru;i"'-
Miami B<*ach. will Ik- gUPSt
I- .i, : ai te evenl *t which the
|ie*1 oi bonoi wdl be Sisterhood
. Mrs Leonard SidWsky,
I eekteats Mrs. Harry
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\ Ung i i Mollie iMr. Joel' Belov, there are three
classes lii !!>> their reaction to sorrow.
In the nrsi group re those who weep those In the leoond
itter, whik sorrow Is turned into tomething
en iir.i ind b> m th *e In the third categor)
M i I very ii tention i>f -
.!. the third tossil i itlon
;i >ugh she h i- had I i adjust
i life without her beloved hus-
band.
n in Hazelton, Pa a small
mining town, into a large family
with !"ts of "mishpachah." the
and her brothers and sisters ha I
th- best Hel rew location possible
their father was a learned Or-
thodox rabbi All the children of
Rabbi and Mrs. Joseph Grossman
had household chores to do. anil MOtUf
family life went smoothly and lovingly. Education was
Btrassad in that family and they either worked their way
through college or obtained scholarships Mollie herself
graduated from Gratz College Teachers Training Course.
Musi, came into the Grossman family through the boys
nexl door Joel and Sam Belov played violin in the Phila-
delphis Orchestra Mollie and Joel fell In love, and it
seemed her cultural and nil musical background blended
perfectly A warm, sensitive artist, Joel played under
my famous conductors bj first violinist Mollie ittended
ever) performance, enjoying not onlj Joel's faultless work
lut the music as a whole Joel played with the New York
Philharmonic and they lived In New York for a while after
they married, but when the) returned to Philadelphia, he
adjoined the Philadelphia orchestra Two daughter* were
bom to them. i.th of whom ire brilliant New York career
woman Ruth Is now Mrs William I. Gross Evelyn has
not married.
[i 1938 the Belov* moved to Miami because of Joel-;
(ailing health, and Mollie la sure the marvelous South
F rii.i climate prolonged his life, for which she says she
iv eternally grateful He joined th'- Miami School of Music
and was Instrumental in it* growth
Mollie will lorn; be remembered for the terrific Job
sh.' did when the Nation,! Council of Jewish Women was
help settle the victims of Nazi concentration camps
here in Main Besides having to find them homes, show
them how to shop and how to live, these displaced persona
had to nglish And that was where M illie did
her finest teaching with all her heart, soul and love There
wei ins i be taught that bus) v, n ol 1948 that it
becam necessar) to obtain two more teachers And when
t> project was turned over to the Dade County School
System, as pilot projects usually are, Mollie stayed on,
teaching English to the foreign-born at Lindsey-H pkins
School Neither she nor her former students will ever for-
get ther .'ven now she occasional!) is thrilled to
meet om ion times with a college-age child In tow, and
-,-. that 'he> have learned their lessons well and are self-
ufl ind looking ahead to find new happiness
She taught English at Miami Senior High School fi
1954 to 190 Aftei her husband died In 1964 she became
busiei th in ever, she also did volunteer work for NCJW
Hadassah, Technical and Temple Jlldea. Always an avid
reader, she continues to read a lot. She is living now In
the C.T.A. which is the Class Room Teachers Apartments.
It iv so congenial for the 272 people living there. They
have common Interests md have dosses in ever) subject
under the sun for those who are Interested Surrounded by
her books, her pictures and her records and engaged in
so many of her current activities, Mollie Is a warm, de-
lightful ; n HI to know.
[n 1966 she went ,Mit of the United states For the first
time She went to Israel to visit her brother and his family
Although they had kept In touch with each other thi- was
the first time that she had .....n him in 40 years. Israel of
osurse she found most Inspiring,
There is only one reason th it Mollie has bean able to
do so much throughout th< years teaching, keeping ho
organization work with time for the cultural affairs th it
she loves With love there is tim< for everything and every-
thing Ii possible
Netclytved Metschs
Travel To Europe
*on
Mr. and Mrs. Louis J. Metsch
left for a honeymoon in Kurotie
after the fi 00 p.m. ceremonies in
the Eden Roc Hole-1 Sunday. Jan.
19. which made them man and
wife. Rabbi Rosenfeld performed
the ceremony, which was followed
by a reception at the hot, I
The bride, the former Rebecca
Levitts, daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
Irving Levitts. 2073 NE 168th St..
North Miami Beach, was attended
by Miss Jeanette Levitts, maid of
honor.
Rene Metsch was iw st man for
the groom, a graduate of New
York University, whose parents
ii, Mr and Mrs Bernardo Metsch
,t Curacao, Netherlands Antilles.
The cou| le will make their home
in Curacao where the bridegroom
,w ns ,-i store.
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a-
Bette Sue Slegel and i.t Robert
J Batson were married Sunday,
Jan 26, at the home of the bride's
parents. Mr. and Mrs. Theodon
Siegel, of Miami Reach, in cere-
monies performed by Rabbi M.
Ransom. A reception for the
couple followed at the Algiers
Hotel.
The bride, who graduated from
Miami Beach Senior High School
and the University of Florida,
where she was a member of Delta
Phi Eisilon sorority, has taught
school in Miami Reach and in At-
lanta. Ga.
Her husband, son of Mr. ami
Mrs. George Batson of Ft Myers
graduated from Ft Myers Senior
High School, when' he was a mem-
ber of the National Honor Soei.lv
A graduate of the University of
Florida, where he was a member
of Delta Upsikui fraternity, he re-
cently received his commission as
a lieutenant in the Army
Alter a welding trip to Nassau
the couple will live m Ft Knox
Ky. where Lt. Batson will sta-
tioned.
On S'lndav, Jan. 19. at Tn
Israel. Wendi Ruth Woolf bran-
the bride of David I-cslic Sam.
in ceremonies at which Dr. Jo
Narot officiate*!.
The daughter of Mr and Mm
Milton B. Woolf. 1230 103rd St.,
May Harbor Islands, the t>i i i.
i graduate of Miami Beach Si
High School and attended the t
vrrsit) of Oklahoma, A senior a:
the Universit) ol Miami, whri
he is majoring In Education si
is pn sident f the universit:
\ !" i" 1 chapter
Hi i h -band, th< f Mr. a
Mi Vk 934-1 Ca
v.. s a fskk graduat" d I
Mian i Bi a< h Si alor Hisjr, B
th. I niv. rsit) of FI n
frat< It) was i"i ian
da Phi A i ertifii d publ i m
ant he i- now with thi fli
Smith Bradle) and Johi
Ait.i a honeymoon ti Ip to A
pulco and Ml M'o Cit)
will be at home ai 9631 SW 7711
Ave Miami
W>rn*r-Kanu
killS. DAVID USUt SAMll

Joyce Lynn Kline To Be May Bride
Mr, and Mrs Marshall Kline.
2600 Alatka St announce the en-
gagement of theil daughter. Joyci
Lynn, to Richard Dean Hamilton
ol B< llcvilli III
Miss Kline, who graduated from
Coral Gables High School, i- In
Ivr third v".-ir at Cornell Univer-
sit) matoring ir i
11 Mr. a
Hamilton of H
ville He is teaching
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Barl srs '<> Jay J.
ot Mi -. Herbert Jacob*
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Rosen.
ami the lat>
Tin I -irtV-to-Kv a eraduato of
frt!iami Beach Senior High School.
a ll tall al the I'nivirsity of
Miam. Her fiance i< a cra 'rankli Hih School in New
|y..i-k. A attended tin- University
k>f Miami ami City University of
S.w Y :k.
Tin )'ipl> ha-; -t April 1.". as
. wi : ;ing ilat-v
Ilene Lynn Teitler
Becomes Bride Of
Philip C. Genet
Ilcno I.ynn Teitler becamo the
bride of Philip Charles G**nct at
noon Sunday. Jan. 19, in cere-
monies performed by Rabbi A'frotl '
Waxnian at the Sheraton Four
Ambassadors Hotel.
An assistant buyer at Burdine's
Department Store, the bride.
whose parents are Mr. and Mrs.
Ji sse Teitler, K705 N. Kendall l>i .
is a graduate f Coral Gables High
School and the Fashion Institute
of Technology in New York.
Her husband, the son of Mr. and
Mrs. Irving Genet, i-'"l Toledo,
Coral Gables, is a student at the
University of Miami.
Fur her wedding the bride chose
a Victorian-style gown ol white
silk ottoman, trimmed with Chan-
tilly lace She was attended by
Mis Stanley Miron, matron i>f
honor, and bridesmaids Diannc
T. iti- i and Mons Teitler.
The groom chose Jerry Wolf to
lerve as i st man Ushers were
Stanley Miron, Lee Rosenblatt,
Julian Genet and Leonard Genet.
After a honeymoon in Acapulco,
Mexico the couple will be at home
in South Miami.
Histadrut Ladies Elect
Mrs. Jack Wolf stein
Marsha (Mrs. Jack i Wolfstein.
veteran Miami lieach Zionist lead-
st, has been elected president of
the South Florida Women's Coun-
cil of the Israel Histadrut Com-
mittee, succeeding Lillian Good-
man, who was elected honorary
pri siiirnt
Active in Zionist activities for
39 years, serving as an active lead-
er of Hadassah in Queens, N.Y..
before moving to Florida five
years ago, Mrs Wolfstein has for
three years served as president of
the Emma Lazarus Group ol the
Miami H. ach chapter of Hadassah
and is a chai ti i member of the
Histadrut Women's Council, orga-
nized under the leadership ol Miss
Goodman in 1967. An accountant.
Mi~ Wuitst. in helps her husl
in the operation of a bakery shop
in Hallandale.
Members ol the Women's Coun-
cil will serve as official hostesses
for the fourth annual Mid-Winter
Conference ol the American His-
tadrut Development Foundation,
which is scheduled for the Fon-
tainebleau Hotel Feb. 18-19.
The ni w president will In-
stalled at a Feb. 5 luncheon in the
Edi n Roc Hob I, a meeting that
will in- the annual scholarship af-
fair ol 11'" orgai izallot ( raid
an, Miami lawyi r w ho i~ a
formi i assistant stab attorney for
111 I. County, will serve as the in-
stalling offlc r and I antor Rita
: i if Temple Jud< i ill head-
line the nti 11 lit n i nt proi ran
Ilatikvah Forum
Discusses ADL
Hatikvah Lodge, B'nai B'rith,
entertained a capacity crowd re-
cently at a meeting featuring a
panel discussion of the activities of
the AnrJ-Di Carnation League. Max
Hreslow. president, conducted the
meeting which was followed by a
social hour and refreshments ar-
ranged by Eli Hammer. Ben Wolf,
Julius Leasing and Hy Berkman.
On the panel was Mrs. Priseilla
Perry, moderator, Burnett Both
and Councilman Paul Seiderman.
Program chairman Bill Schusel
is arranging a surprise program
fur the next meeting.
<(thei office is to i"' installed in-
clude Mrs Morns Kogan, memhi r-
ship vice president; Mrs Albert
Hauer. ways and means vice pres-
ident; Mrs Jacob Davis, education
vice president; Mrs Sam Feldman,
program vice president; Mis Ben-
jamin I.inde. recording secretary;
Mrs Ann Quaker, social secre-
larj. Mrs Harrj York, corre-
nding secretary, and Mrs. Har-
ry Kastan, financial secretarj and
treasurer
IfttfAN GOODMAN
Hit. Sinai Auxiliary
Event Will Honor
Life Members
The 1,128 Life Mi mbers
I, Imothers I I Mo nt Sinai
Hospital A ixiliai y will i- honot I
at s champagni luncheon in I
Diplomat Hoi. Friday Fi b -'
.Mrs. Murraj Kern president of
ihi organization, tas announced
Mrs Philip LefkowiU is char-
n ai ol the event; Mrs John Owi
is servii g as cochairman and Mrs
Milton Sirkin as vice chairn i
-. president tor membership
Mis Edward I- Cowen.
'Israel Zangwill' Is Topic
"Israel Zangwill" will be the
subject of a talk by L Lasavin at
the Oneg Shabbat "f the David
Pinskl Club. 8 p.m. Friday at 832
Washington Ave Miami Beach
Entertainment will include Morde-
eai Brooks in a program of hu-
morous recitations, soprano Sonla
Dickson and pianist Helen Skolnik.
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Mr. and Mrs Louis W isenthal,
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engagement of their daughter,
Ann. to Miles Brett, son of Mr u I
Mis Saul Brett. 2111 S\V 20th St
A graduate of Miami Beach
Senior High School, the bride-elect
is a senior at Emory University.
Her fiance, graduate of Emory,
is enrolled at Tulane University,
where he is studying medicine
An Aug. 10 wedding has been
planned
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Friday. January 24. 1969
MKLODYE PELDMAN
Melodyi ol Mr. and
! \ is I N
i/ it I ..\ Syna-
24
student ol
. i .-. il i:- ligio S hool for
. |- .n!!l lllll'
- .(Il I '
i- il 1970
Follovt. services there
will Shabbal in Mi lodyi 'a
nor. i family and
BR \i> sw II WIU.KU
Bra '.i: and Mrs. B
ol North Miami
ich, will i his Bar Mittt-
h Sj nagogue Sat-
ornii 23
i',! I--. n attending
ftv Hi. .!. Wolk Religious Sc-h . -.1 \. !i ;. ii >. w il. continue hia
lira at Both Torah, entering
i i 'on! ii mation Class of l^To
HOW AMI I.IB1N
Howard, son ol Mr. ami Mrs
Norman Libia "t North Miami
.uh. will <>i s. i \<- his Bar Mitz-
Saturday morning. Jan. 25, at
ih Toi aii Sj: agogue.
a studi"' at the Harold \\'"lk
gtoua School, Howacd will >""-
t nip his -i jeli s, i ntei ing the
Class ol 1970
loll..-.Mil- t!i>- servicas, friends
i ,, .'. il ittend a-. < >neg
> ihbal in How noi
S4 OTT I K\ INK
. ami Mrs i
v Bai MH
ilom Sat
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a here hi is ii
| gra Hi has been th*
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witfc Busines? Woman.
Coll evenings 271 9384
PERMANENT POSITION
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FOR SYNAGOGUE
371-6334
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Miami, f lorido 33101
WOMAN WANTS TO
SHARE HER APT.
With middle-aged woman. Air con-
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Hums nearby. Kosher, At N.
Beach. Call 949-276*.
CEMETERY PLOT
4 GRAVES
Very Oesirabli Location VT NEBC let* Thou Current Price. Phone 271-5983 after 7 p.m.
il \ : Coun-
cil aw
The Kiddui : illow ing t he set \ -
ices will be co-host .1 bj Scott's
iit>. w ho will also honor the
-ii brant S : i) al a luncheon in
Etaj Yacht Cl ib
Nine of Scott's great-aunts, and
ents, Mi s Jeai Iti
Le\ine and Mr and Mrs Jack Lip-
are expi i'ii! to attend the
event
LEONABD NM.WVKK
Leonard, son ol Mr, and Mrs
i i Sklawer, will be called to
tlv : Saturday morning, Jan.
25, when ii>' will become Bai Mitz-
wih at T< mple Or < Mum.
l onard is in the sevei th grade
at VV'esl Miami Jui,lor High School
and is the Student Council rcpre-
-i nlaihi' for Ins classroom,
Tii>' Kiddush following the serv-
pea will be co-hosted by Leonard's
.'.in its and a dinner in honor ol
the ei lebranl will be held at the
Pythian Hall.
Amoi g the guests will In- bit
grandparents, Mrs. Dora Sklawer
and Mr. and Mrs Mann. 1 Luskin;
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Luskin. Long
Island, N Y : Mr. and Mrs i 'sen
Luskin. New Yoi k City, and Mr.
and Mis Naum Luskin "I Puerto
Kit".
SI IKK B I. WKL'KIN
Rabbi w axm u will ol fjriate al
the 8 !."> p : gen ices Friday.
24 during which Shi
iit. i of Mi- and Mrs. Irving
Wept in will celt brate her B is
VtHrvah at Temple /.ion. where
ii r pan nts have been membi rs
for the past four years. Sberri is a
: ren pie Zion's Religi
School
Following the serviooa Fridaj
i Ing. the i 'in-:; Shabbal will !
I bj S 'M i's pai ents, w ho an
.iis.i holdii a reception ;it home
In in i honoi
Mrs IiIm Kuliin and Mr and
Mrs Max Garshag. grandparents
i the c> lebi anl w ill attend the
sun. ha

WILLIAM PRESS
Wil inn Lloyd, son "f Mi and
Mis. Hi i man I'M sa m ill bei
Bai ".dt. van at T. mple Zl
during
si i \ in s al w hii h Rabbi Alfred
\\ MMiian will offli iati
W'illian a si udi nl al !
Zion's i. ol i"i foui
-. attends public, school where
ne is on the honor roll and be-
longs to the An rii u I 'oin Club.
The Kiddush following Sabbath
services will be hosted bj William's
i ai iiis 111 his honor
JWVA I nits Open
New Member Drive
Jewish War Veterans Auxiliaries
if thi- Greater Miami area have
|oini d h a national membership
campaign which vmII be conducted
through March In charge of mem-
berahlp ara Riald Cohan, Libby
Cohen and Evelj n Fei Iti
For the pasl in years, JWVA
BTOuna have rendered services to
children, senior citizens, Institu-
tions, community drives and proj-
as w il as to it, i ana and
i s s, i \ icemen In the ai
forci 8, on a not -sectai lam and non-
ilenon inal ional basis
Guests of honor at the annual dinner of
Merkos L'Inyonei Chinuch to be held Sun-
day evening at the Deauville Hotel are
(from left): Mr. and Mrs. Morton Malberg.
Mr. and Mrs. Kalman Wodonos. Mrs. Doro-
thy Dlatt. and Rabbi and Mrs. Gimple
Onmland. They will bo honored for then
commitments as Life Partners" of the Luba-
vitcher educational movement.
Academy Women Fete Tu B'Shevat
Members of the Hebrew Acad-
. my Women will celebrate Tu
B'Sbeval Wednesday al a special
membership meeting al the Miami
Beach home of Mayor and Mrs
Jay Dermcr. The 1 p.m, session
is open to all women members of
the Greater Miami Hebrew Acad-
emy, according to Mrs Jacob D.
Katz, president,
Mrs. Irving Firtcl is program
chairman for the event, which will
feature a playlet by students .if
the Hebrew Academy, largeat daj
school in the Southeast with ;i cur-
rent enrollmenl of 638.
Mrs, Leonard Rosen, a past pn n
ident, will outline plans for the
ai nual souvenir journal, ma i"i
' projei i ot the Hebn w Ai a
Women each year.
attending the celcbratioi
of Tu B'Shevat, the Jewish Arbor
Day, will also hear a report on
ti la month's -1st annual scholar-
ship dinner <>f the Hebrew Acad-
in>. an event which honored Jack
Rosen, national leader of Torah
Judaism.
Rabbi Alexandci S. Gross will
Camp Sun Mountain
. Hijih In The Poctmot
For Boya and (,irU- ige f> io 17
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ii > th Dad and to build r > u
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li i .:n the prea nl siti t .. 1 i
in. w Ai aiiemj at -'i"-1 Pii !':
! Miami I'., a, tl
Progressive Dinner
Has 'Hippie' Theme
A progressive dinner with a
hippie" theme is slated on the
social calendar lor the rm mbers ol
Greater Miami Alumnae Chap-
ter ot Phi Sigma Sigma
The event will begin Saturda)
with cocktails at the home ol Mi
and Mrs [rvimj Sussman, 894 Par-
adiso, Coral Gab'es The part} will
move to the home ol Mr, and
Mrs Victoi Reiter, 1278 Manilla
Ct, followed by dessert al the
home of the Don Pranks, 1285Q
SW 71th Ct.
v.. Richard Bernard is presi-
dent of th- Phi Sigma surma : ,, . alumnae chapter, which supirts
the Children's Center with schol-
arships, ;md assists needy stud, nts
participating In the Young Scien-
tist's Program with scholarships
R nnie Milsti in is colli giate
president ol the Beta Theta Chap-
lei ol Phi Sigma Sigma, which has
been established at the Univcrsitj
I Miami i
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We also have a 52 acre tract ready lor a garden type de-
velopment. Also we heive ocean front high rise sites and
the lost Boyl'nnt high roe site below Lincoln Rood.
Way aot cell Hole* Sit motel. Associate,
ear apart m aiirfiol uf* *" "
Gene Snyder, Realfor
229 Sanity Islet llvd., M.I M / 364*
Miami Beach Stition
TEXACO INC.
MODERN service station for lease, 1570 Alton
Road, Miami Beach, high volume location paid
training, contract J. D. Grantham, 633-8516,
Eves, and weekends 238-1735.
SECLUDED 5 ACRES
3 Bedrooms, 2 baths 2 Car
Garage. Large screened in
patio. Carport. Portly furnish-
ed. 535,000.
Velma S. Gray, Realtor
1)35 N. KKOMl
HOMESTEAD, FLORIDA
Phone 247-0857
BUSINESS OPPORTUNITY
AMERICAN NUT
Sales Of So. Florida
6660 BISCATNE BLVD.
MIAMI, FLORIDA
Part Time No Selling
EARN S600 monthly, 4 to 6
hours weekly easy and plea-
sant replacing inventory,
small investment. For ap-
pointment Call 7571504.
TEXACO
3 Bay Colonial type station
lor lease. Good prolit poten-
tial. Paid company training.
Borders ocean waterway In
terame area. H. W. Ingram
Phone 633-8516.
Business Opportunity
USED CARS
ACTIVE lot telling cars from
95 to *W5. 30 care and Zr
boat on hand, prime location,
reasonable rent, strictly a
clean cut operation Stock
and equipment about J7S00
Accounts receivable optional
M-7M3.
GARMENT LOFT
Daylight building, wired lor
needle trade, priced as low
a? 60c sq. It. with modern
height passenger elevator,
1,200 parking spaces on new
expressway, 4,500 sq It. S250
". 00C sq It. S4S0, 18,000 sq.
It. $900. For inspection call
JACK THOMAS, INC.
REALTORS 379 1631
Want Your
Own Business?
SERVICE STATION
Opportunity Available
20300 Old Cutler Road
Ambitious nerson will ha,
given paid training and
linoncial assistance.
Call Ray Budd
Atlantic
Richfield
945-5388 Days or
226-3075 Evenings
BISCAYNE PARK
HOME
Be Your broker. 2 bedrooms
1 2 baths, automcitic sprinkl-
er, CBS, fruit trees, garage,
completely lurn. ready to
move in, best landscape. Must
see to enjoy. Give oiler Call
and make on appointment.
Phone 7591857.
COLE MAN
CAMPING EQUIPMENT
OUTFITTERS
TRAVEL TRAILERS
CAMPING TRAILERS
PICK UP CANOPIES
TENTS ACCESSORIES
CAMPERS PARADISE
735 N.W. 27 Avt.
696-1693
NEAR MERCHANDISE
MART
1 ACRF SUBJECT ZON'NG
Oli Milam Dairy Rd. ot Inter-
chnni. vii -: ..e.io and
[A X way. Col Shivers. As-
sociate Res 235-7244.
KEYES CO. 43rd Year
REAI10RS
KENDALL 667 5603
5 ACRES
ON HOWARD DRIVE
SW 136 ST. and 205 AVE
TOTAL S7,50C WITH 12,600
DOWN. BALANCE S6C MONTH
Phone 271-4051
CONDOMINUM
MUST BE SOLD
Top Gables location. Deluxe
2 bedroom 2 bath apt. in 4
unit building. 1,500 Sq. Ft.
with central air-heat carpet-
ing and draperies included.
Price S28.000 with placed
6 mortgage. Call lor ap-
pointment 666-3206 or 448-
3102.
D010RE5 ELDREDGE REALTOR
Phone 448-3102
NEW SUPERSONIC JETPORT
' oli.odi b. 119 b...it Own.. kui 160 ACRIS 1 iMh o' JripoM
o"rt 1 i m,l, % no'th o' Pinecre%1 o *
127} Oft ACtl SIOOO oo-n Balan<. 10 ... Phn... IS* 1472 o.
66'-l|76 *M."r.olt>6NI JOih si M.om. Ho JJIJ7
FREEPORT
LUCAYA
GRAND BAHAMAS
LOT 27, BLOCK 51
IN Y&OMAN WOOD
UNIT 2 FOR SALE
949-6537 Call Alter 6 p.m.
ONLY ONE SPACE LEFT!!
ONE SUITE AVAILABLE 1100 Sq. ft. Will complete to
tenants' satisfaction. Ideal for any professional office.
Join the list of successful tenants: Executive offices of
Weight Watchers, Walter Mac Donell. DOS, Ralph
Aden, MD.., Op. & Gyrt., Dr. Melvin P. Deutch, Delta
Contac Lense Lab., and Drug Center Contact owner
Jerry Anapol at 221-3331
A NICE CLEAN BUSINESS
FABULOUS
"FILL-R-UP"
FREE CAR WASH
FISTEST CROW INS FMUKItSEI
PROFESSIONAL TUNNEL MR WISH SYSTEM IN THE COUNTRY
SITES AVAILABLE
In The** Areas:
Kay West
St. Petersburg
Orlando
W Palm Beach
Perrine
Miomi
Hial.ch
Hollywood
MIAMI BEACH
OCEANFRONT
MAGNIFICENT
LANAI HOME
H. HERTZ, BROKER
534-4200, 538-8501
WE ME MOVING NORTH N.TI0NALLT, ISK US AIOUT TOUR IRM
TURN-KEY PACKAGE ON
OUR SITE OR TOURS
$40,000 MINIMUM INVESTMENT
with Adequate Credit Terms Available
For Further Information Contact
NATIONAL FRANCHISE DIRECTOR
Coll 305-566-0869 or writ*
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put you in the winner's circle
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Restaurant Franchise,
firm \.u b.,\e another chance to entei the
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Friday. January 24. 196'
Kneseth Israel Congregation Presents
Concert Artist Cantor Sholom Katz
1 '. K con-
trast will astptwat Friday
ten : Km n th Israel
ation. 1413 E iclk) Avi
Miami Beach, which begin at 5 IS
Fi b 11, and again at the
x i aervicea Saturday Feb.
15 He will give a c moan al 8 p.m.
11\ Feb. 16.
Cantor Katz, a native of oradoa,
Rumania ai acclaimed a< a child
prodigy al the age <>t five and
studied m talc at the Musical Acad-
< my in Vk nna.
I! was nan* d Chief Cantor of
Kishineff, Bessarabia, one of the
largi st communities in Europe,
where he utilized his musical tal-
ent until Rumania fell to the Nazi
occiii ation forces
Not i Kcluded from Nazi perse-
cution. Cantor Katz endured four
yean of horror in a concentration
camp, saved from death only bj
the fact that the camp's comman-
dant though! a voktce such as his
should not be stilled.
Cantor Katz, who achieved his
World-Wide fame through concerts
givi n in Europe, Canada and the
United States, was invited in 1950
by th<' Israel government to give
a series of 29 concerts throughout
Israel, and had a private audience
with Dr. Chaim Weizmann, who
was then president of Israel.
Cantor Katz appeared in a mo-
tion picture filmed by Paramount
at the site of the Holy Tempi.' on
Members of the planning committee com-
plete plans for the annual Jennie Grossinger
Award Luncheon of the Southeast Region,
Women's American ORT, honoring Carol
Channing at noon Wednesday in the Diplo-
mat Hotel. In the front row are (from left)
Mrs. Theodore Zalles. regional president;
Mis. Philip Stark. Mrs. Lou Jccobson, Mrs.
Sydney Kromsh. Mrs. Harry Ccrson and
Mrs. Samuel Pollock. Mrs. Harry Kaufman.
Mrs. Syd Hofl and Miss Dzr.r.a Kern ere in
the back tew
Federation Women l*ian Kiekofi*
Mt. Zi
on.
atfS. MATILDA W AIM OH
Matilda Waohfon's
Annual Luncheon
Slated (hi Monday
More than ".00 memberi and
: Is Group of
to attend

ishton on th<
( Ihday The event
on Mondaj in
R H >ti I.
year
Washt
on "ii hi r bill
' ... :: las-
B'nai B'rith Women's Unit
'nal

p.m

ton
will be
.
. prettiest hats
Senior Citizens
Meet Monday
Florida Senior Citizens Club
No 2 will install its new off
at a 1 p.m. meeting Mondav In the
Wasl : Federal Auditorium.
Washington Ave. Miami
Reach. Max StKhuk, president of
the Dade County Council for Sen-
ior Citizens, will he the installing
officer.
The club will hold public m et-
p.m Tuesday m the
Miami Beach Federal Auditorium,
F55 Washington Ave., when the
guest speaker will be Mrs Phyllis
it of the Florida Con-
sumers League, Her topic will be
What l an Be Done Al
Rising Cost of I.nn..
Beth Moahe To
Dedicate Torah
B< th ition will
dedicate a new Torah Scroll at
p.n Sui day li i li -
led by Rabbi David Rosenfeld.
sTiii itual lead) r, and Cantor
Zion Kirscht nbaum
The Torah was | thi
.i memory ol .'
Anna (" Hi li daughti i i if Mr
and Mrs. Ernest G< rsti In
Mrs Morton Sillxrman. chair-
man of the Women's Initial Gifts
committee of the Greater Miami
Jewish Federation's 1969 Com-
bined Jewish Appeal-Israel Emer-
gency Fund campaign, hotted a
reel nt luncheon to make plans for
the Initial Gifts Kick-off event
which Will he held at the Fontaine-
blcau Hotel Monday. Feb. 17.
Mrs. Silberman informed her
committee she had been successful
m making arrangements for five
key worn, n from the National
Women's Board of the United
Jewish Appeal to take part in the
luncheon on Feb. 17th She said
she hopes tn have Virginia Gra-
ham of "Girl Talk'' fame, and
singer-actress Ann Miller in at-
Women's League For Israel
To Meet On Wednesday
regular monthly meeting
tc ndance at the function
Chairman of the day for the
Initial Gifts Luncheon will be Mrs.
Hand Catsman.
Attending the planning luncheon
was Congressman Claude Pepper,
who told the women that aft' r
Viet N.-un is settled, the United
States' next problem will be the
Middle last The Arabs must rec-
ognize Israel as a sovereign state
he said, and the United Stati s
must supply the Phantom jets to
decried Franc- \
on parti and ml
to Is; ,e calling it
Israel. II<
irgo
equi| tin nt
jutragi
Ma I Shaula : | of the Isra
Defei ie Fon cs told the i
that she kwks I a ard to 11
day when Israi I can trail pilot
for |i act ful operal its SIn sail
the urgency ol today's sltuatioi
'i ipoke f ;in .in at m aj
l to peace of a
the Israi li ;-
wl
at
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11
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Dedication Of New Torah Scroll Is
Scheduled Sunday By Temple Or Olom
The regular monthly meeting of
the Women's League for Israel,
Lincoln Miami Beach Chapter.
will he held at 12 30 p.m. Wednes-
day In tlu Recreation Room ol 100
Lincoln Rd. Mrs. Jay Dermer is
program chairman
Mrs ,.\l.-\ I>. Ilerson is president.
Mrs Edith Kapi .1 and Mn Ron
Hoi hstim arc chait m n ol the daj
At Wometco Theatres
I [< id "\ it at W in etco's i "at 11
Thi atre is "Funny Girl"
starring Barbra Streisand and
('mar Sharif. Katharine Hepburn
and l'i t< r I iToole In "Lion in
Winter" remain at the H.
winie the two shows daily are ii
. 00 and B 30 p.m. R
Juliet" with Uivia H is* y
Leonard Whiting is also h> Id ovi i
at Wometco's Twin I and II
Normandie Thcatn
A new Torah scroll, written bj
hand in the traditional manner on
natural parchment, will be pn
to I.ted tO Temple ( >r I'lorn.
SW 16th St.. Sunday morning by
Mrs Sarah Jacowit/ in memory of
Benjamin Jacowitz and bj Di
Mn Arnold I in Erik
Paul Landsman's men
It takes a train d sri Ibe up to
two yi an to completi -i -
Dr. Landsman's familj
this om. finished last ,t i
11 scribe, u ith I
they n tun* d fn ,ik
Paul was th ; and '
Ait/ was
'"'' husband ol lac it/. Di
Landsman's grandmothi r
Since even thi
could, until correct
ntire work, R ibl i Rail h Z Glix-
man, spii it ol Tcmpli
1 i'l''! : I scroll wit
' I Ip oi am thei i abbi after It
."'rival in M a
CARIH Auxiliaries
In Tag Day' Effort
^ The six local a.iMli.in s ,,f t|.
Chlldn r;\ Asthma Re* at
lute and Hospital in 1 I
will participati In a "Lick Vsth
'' i'!> Monday, u ith chapter
" '" ;~ coi
atreet solicitation for the na-
JJy n cognized In at i ind
rehabilitation center,
Harris, president ol thi S
Florida Council ol CARIH, an-
11 lhis w
Taking part in tl Tag Daj
fforl will i e ih. |
t< i Miami, Miami ('.each. |
North Dadi and Peshkin
nal ters of th
Psychologist Is Speaker
Dr Marj Habei child
was io speak on "Probl
i Students I ijt Junior I'
' .p pi i-
.i.iiii sponsored by the Leroj D,
. School PTA
al '.< 15 m. Thursday al
Avi
The pn i will be i>ri
i !> a i .u.mi ol the Congn
Ition t: ,:
' the I'mni
rfoi th
litional th-
lii
Ari wi,i lea iyrrs Tl
II be i
bi lit-.. H Si r tl
.
New Slate Installed
By Israelite Center
Wi as been ii
sta"' I as pi | ,..|M,
1
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:' tailed
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orrcspondin i el Max G
i
ii t .,i at
The board of j
! : Ar
' ; .
1 Dena
L.-iter, Alfi her Ri
ibln-
st in, Jeani Lydia
Sh( : dax
liarui
a, h
The members of the Ukrainian Bandunst
Chorus end Dancers pictured above will
give only one parformance here. 8:30 p.m.
Saturday. Feb. 1, ;n the Miami Beach Audi-
'orium. tWb Cossack singers and dancers
who also plcy handmade banduras (many-
stringed instruments similar to a guitar) have
appeared in Canada, Europe and Asia
and are making their southern premiere in
Greater Miami. Tickets are on sale at the
box office. Jordan Marsh, the Miami Beach
Radio and Book Horizons.
Young Israel Youth Group

of Young Isi ii ..' i,:, Bti i Miami
hold a mlniatun impe-
tition .in Sunday, Rabbi Arnold
Richter, educational director of
the Nuith Miami Beach coi n i
, Uon, has an:.
Leonard Zilberl was honored at
the recent dinner of the George
Gershwin Lcdre Charity Foun
dation at the Carillon Hotel lor
the benefit of Variety Ch-LJren's
I Hospital.


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Dr. Judah Shapiro Is YIVO Speaker
Df. WDAH iHAHKO
1 .
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P Installation Set
Sunshine Lodge, Knights of
Bai will Install its new offl-
ii a dinner Saturday evening
he Haii'i! I !'.ik)iii (if Foi te
r* South The entertainment
feature the Ida Goldstein Trio
i rt >BniSl Harry Le\ Im
liarkji- of reservations arc Mau-
H. -it/ma:. Carl Abrams, Hen-
i : !i\ Davis
Dr. Judah J Shapiro, author.
lar and educator, will be the
guest speaker at n {prom span* |
d by YIVi i at > p.m. Saturday
in Temple Both Sholom. Miami
Bl Bch His topic Will B 'PrnW^m*
of the American Jewish Comrau-
nitj "
Pr Shapiro, who has held tIn-
positions ol national director of
B'nai B'nth HiUel Foundations,
secretary "f the National Founda-
tion for Jewish Culture, director
of Cultural and Educational Re-
construction ol the American Jew-
ish Joint Distribution Committee
and the Conference ol Jewish Ma-
terial Claims Against Germany, as
well as secretary "f the YTVO Cen-
ter for Advanced Jewish Studies,!
has taught history, sociology, and
' contemporary Jewish affairs.
Dr. Shapiro attended the Col-
ol the City of New York.
Columbia University, the Teachers
Institute <>f Ycshiva University,
and received his doctorate from
Harvard University.
A past pi- lident of the National
(inference of Jewish Communal
Service, he serves oti the boards of
numerous organization! as well as
I advisory committees in the
Held "i Jewish culture and educa-
tion, youth s. 11.,, and > ollege-
related programs
Radininh (,roii|>
Of Hadassah Sets
Luncheon Meet
A iHMik review by Leona Meisel
on "The Life ol Chagall" will be a
P ature of the luncheon meeting of
the Kadimah Group of Hadassah
at noon Monday, Feb. 3, In the
Singapore Hotel.
The group has also scheduled Its
J dinner to benefit the Hadassah
Medical Organization for the Sum-1
mil House. Bay Harbor Island, on
Ft I). 22.
I
Parkinson Women's Unit
The National Parkinson Koun- |
dation's Florida Women's Division
was to hold a meeting at l p.m.
Thursday in the Washington Fed-
eral Auditorium, 1133 Normandii
Dr., Miami B< ach.
More than 300 persons attended a party hosted by the
B'nai B'rith Hatikvah Lodge in honor of the 48th wedding
anniversary of Charles and Mollie Nusinow. Lodge presi-
dent Max Breslow is shown at right with Mr. and Mrs.
Nusinow, whose daughter Estelle paid tham a surprise
visit, bringing her family from Akron. Ohio.
'Shoemaker and Elves' At Hallandale Theatre
The Hallandale Theatre will and S ndaj at noon and at 2p.m.
present two matinee performances \,i a cartoon but a fantasy por-
of the full length feature "The .
.... ... tra 'd bv live i is pxpecte i
Shoen aker and the I Ivi -. basi I
the Grimm fairj tale Sat m i.e. to pl ss< >i ill ages."
MR. MAURICE FERRE*
President, Mauie Industrie*
Miami City Commissioner
MRS RICHARD BROCKHOUSE
i--------vth.Moiim
JERI-ANN PRAEL
Student, .'. eats *.J
THESE FOUR HAVE A STAKE IN OUR CULTURAL FUTURE DO YOU?
THE FIRST THREE HAVE GIVEN' TO
THE GREATER MIAMI PHILHARMONIC FUND.
WITHOUT THIS FUND. THE NATION'S
NEWEST FINE ORCHESTRA WOULD CEASE.
MR. LOMBARD GIVES THE LUSTRE OF BRILLIANCE.
BUT MUST HAVE YOUR HELP.
WONT YOU JOIN THESE FOUR,
AND HAVE A STAKE IN OUR CULTURAL FUTURE?
GREATER MIAMI PHILHARMONIC
MIAMI, FLORIDA *
MR. ALAIN LOMBARD
World-famous Conductor


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"Jewish Floridiian
Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY
,olume 42 Number 4
Miami, Florida Friday, January 24, 1969
Two Sections Price 1'.'
Panel Finds Negro Anti-Semitism 'Dangerous'
NEW YORK (JTA) Growing
i.tiiinoss between th.' Jewish and
.egro ciimmumiirs here dei pened
B< is week with new manifestations
^: Black anti-Semitic feelings and
)jti> r reactkMM to them by Jew-
s'! organization.
In the latest confrontation, a
committee appointed by
Hayor John V. Lindsay reported
f> emergence of "a dangerous
imponenl of anti-Semitism" in
... reesnl New York City teach-
n itrike which pitted Negro ad-
vocates' of community control ofj
public schools agalnsl the Jewish-
led, largely Jewish United Federa-
tion of Teachers. The Mayor's
Committee, headed by Bernard
Botein, former presiding Judge of
ih. appellate division of thr State
Supreme Court, said it found evi-
dence ol "vicious anti-white atti-
tudes on the part of some black
people and vicious anti-black atti-
tudes on the part of some white
people."
A new conflict has developed
ovi! the introduction in the official
catalogue "i a new Harlem art ex-
hibition which opened at the city's
Metropolitan Museum of Art. The
Introduction, said to contain of-
fensive references to Jews. Irish
and Puerto Kicans. was denounced
bj Mayor Lindsay as "racist The
Mayor's request for its withdrawal
was rejected by Robert I. Bern-
stein, president of Random House,
publisher of the hard-cover edition,
who said the book, "taken as a
whole, Is s responsible document
V.N. Urged
To Probe \
r \y\\ YORK iJTA> Rabbi
lerschel Schacter, chairman of
I, Conference of Presidents of
I.ij.M American Jewish Organlza*
,:i > ni a telegram this week to
nited Nations Secretary-General
Thant, asking him to investigate
ports thai three Iraqi Jews have
n s.nt, need to death in Ha ch-
it d (or allegedly spying for Israel,
in tile event the repolts are
iiiiect to take evi-r\ possible Step
halt perversion of justice.
(According to these reports, four
net Jews are on trial for their
Le* arid 12 mOM have been ar-
itod on the same charges Rabbi
r .id.
\ iea n ithoul saj ing that
i s, ri ports are i on. t ihej
istituti a verj
it it ion ut
Right i .t' .. time whi i ttv
\ itions has |ust com|
ii el rededicaling itsell to the
hts," the
i.ni said.
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Parliament i, who is I
in of the Ira ;
X10I1, lerusil
information 111 m r. Iiabl.
i'ii >.nit,. abroad *
hail f'd This
p not \. i ifie.1. but all ipi- als to
!". htiad nment to
it. the deal (1 S. ntelli I..I. I to
I :lts
which will contribute t" the under-
ling "i .. difficult problem A
dtsclalmei ol anj racial intent was
ins. rted, how ver in the soft-cdvei
cover copies >>i the catalogue on
sal< at the museum, And formei
city parks commissioner Thomas
P F Hoving, museum director, de-
clined to withdraw u. saying he
felt it was neither racist, bigoted
nor slanderous.
Demands thai II be withdrawn
were made b) the American Jew-
ish Congress, the Anti-Defamation
MIDDLE EAST CRISIS
I.... ue ..I B'nai B'rith the \\ -
Cin i and the Jewish La
nmittee. The American Jewish

ii r condi mning the piece, w
..a- v. i itt.p. iwo years ago bj I
lice Van Allison, a Negro girl I
16, who was a student at Theori
Roosevelt High School in
Bronx, and suggested according to
Mayoi Lindsay, that 'black A
icans have joined s national
( iiMlniii.'il mi 1'air.r IX-A
New Administration Is
Against Imposed Peace
phis/Mnrrton
w \sm\r.n in IWNSi Nixon
Administration spokesmen have
indicated that the new President
believes a binding peace settle-
ment between Israel and the Arab
vT.ti. -. agreed to by the nations
involved is the only way to end
the Middle I as! crisis
Eshkol Bids Farewell,
Has Praise For LBJ
ji Rl'S \i.;:\l iJTAl Primi
Ministei Levl Rshkol this week
had high praise tor President
Lyndoi R Johnson, and dis. *
Ih..... ol urewe'i
I Mm ii. himsell
Mr Johnson in winch ih l'
dent informed h:ni that hi had
nded a substar.ti.il grant
i.i establi -'mii'iit of a si B w
|, sa his
:';. '" S I i, ss
i| I o
the P:i sii. i t messaga at a i
net 'i- ntxi a"ljain at i
monies formalizing tin | irliamen-
nt between Mi I I
Labor Partj and th.
I.
V
Former Vice President Hubert H. Humphrey, in one of his
last appearances before leaving office this week, addressed
the Westview-Federation Day dinner where S130.000 was
raised for the Combined Jewish Appeal-Israel Emergency
Fund. Shown with Mr. Humphrey are David P. Catsman
(left), Westview Federation Day cochairman. and Robert
Bussell, 1969 chairman of the CJA cxrmpcrign.
left-wing laboi [>art.\ Mapim Mi
Rshki Johnsi in ne i ii
the righteous men ol the world"
and pn .hi I. d that he would taki i
in history a at
IS: -
Pi aising Mi Johnso
ring 11.. pciiod ni -' rn at
- 11 ss, ir. Maj and June, 1961
,\ h :: nt showed his un-
ling ol "'.r position and
>|i;.. i Ittempt to M idell
th. I the dispute b >ond
the Arab-Israi I coi t> \t Mi
kul sai.i that immedi itelj after
in.- Si\ l i.i. War. "Mr Johnson
down the effort t.i achieve
pei manent ;ace In the Middle
East lalion ol his coun-
try's policj When peace comes,
and I an convinced it will com*',"
he said. I'n sidi nt Jiihnsoi s his-
t.ii i, button will i
iti l "
i' ii ii. t Secrotarj Mi ha. I Ai -
non n veal il that I 'i> >ci han
n it. inly w ith thi w ati r
desalination project noting that
Mr Jo! i t I'ii an ap-
itioi to eovi r a lai gi |>art
ol Isi ael's iles ilinal ion needs did
not amount to final ippi oval sine
I hi IS to I" I'assei! bj
I ongi esa along w it h the i
et foi fiscal 1969
It was learned that U.S and Is-
raeli negotiators agreed last sum-
mer on a desalination project that
could yii i.i 40 million gallons ol
desalted water daily alxnit five
percent >! Israel's requirements
ami produce between 200 ami .too
megawatts of electric power. The
plan, smaller than one originally
envisaged, would be aided by a $40
million grant to Israel and a long-
term loan ol $1H million, terms ol
Continued on Page 9-A
While suggestions can ad-
vanced by ar,\ nation and disi is
sion on possible peaci proposals
an l' held befwei n outsidi states,
oni\ th.- parties direct l> involved
can end the crisis, the Nixon Ad-
ministration believes, and accord-
ingly, it questions the value ol a
Big Four United States, Hi nan.
Fi ance and Sox let i 'nion coi
nee on the Middle East, sim
imposed settlement can end the
,oi flic!
At best outside stat s i it
id. as to aid th. ;.. a<
ol i :nt. il Nations en\ oj < innar
V I which the l'.S St I
Depart I be t
"pi in at i ffort" in sei kin*
Al .ll> Isi at ll settle::
I >r Jarring, now in Mi >*
a hi i he is Sweden Vmbass i
to Russia is i\| i t> .1 to i .-s
his I N mission no lati i thai
middle ol Febi uat y,
Mi anwNile, it was leat ned km
that olfi. iaK w h i
,i.a d ke> roll s in Middle I
[h>1ic\ n a king the .loir
i Pn si,i, ni Nixon. A
' -
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mizntion Al
Asia
U.S. Reply Culls For
Curb On Arab Terror
WASHINi, '
r the J
I hi i t ed Stat.
r.'ii ct in points ol the
Sox i r i-' pi oposaJ *
had i based v rawal
i: I-:ai ii forces f
i-nones ami renunciation bj the
\ il ol their stati il ai
:
In its reply to th. S. i\ ii '
al which did not providi foi
:ii'i, nations betw.
Ih. Vrab states Ih. Foi nsoi
\ foi ai ulti-
mate Middle Kast settlei
based on a betw wn Is-
and the At .! statet
a rawal ol Israeli I n ci I
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Book Review T3A Sermon 10-A
C Cohen 4. A Torah TO-A
Dining 13 B T^
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ii,n k Ili Jected negotiations
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Arab guerrillas "Kgypl advocates
| peace," In said adding, we must
rea lie that the enemy will not re-
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Austria Swiss Cheese 99c
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Large Whitefish lB $109
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Fancy Schmaltz Herring u 39c
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GOLDEN CORN OIL QUARTERS
Fleischmann's Margarine 39'
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MEATBALL-I2V.-02. PRO. MACARONI AHD CHEESE
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