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Title:
The Jewish Floridian
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63 v. : ;
Language:
English
Publisher:
Jewish Floridian Pub. Co.
Place of Publication:
Miami, Fla
Creation Date:
January 31, 1969

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

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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Title:
The Jewish Floridian
Physical Description:
63 v. : ;
Language:
English
Publisher:
Jewish Floridian Pub. Co.
Place of Publication:
Miami, Fla
Creation Date:
January 31, 1969

Subjects

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

Notes

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

Record Information

Source Institution:
University of Florida
Rights Management:
All applicable rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier:
oclc - 35317254
lccn - sn 96027667
ocm35317254
System ID:
AA00010090:02087

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Related Items:
Jewish Floridian and Shofar of Greater Hollywood
Related Items:
Jewish Floridian of South Broward
Related Items:
Jewish Floridian of North Broward
Related Items:
Jewish Floridian of greater Ft. Lauderdale
Related Items:
Jewish Floridian of Palm Beach County (Palm Beach County, Fla. : 1975)
Related Items:
Jewish Floridian (Palm Beach, Fla. : 1982)
Related Items:
Jewish Floridian of Palm Beach County (Palm Beach, Fla. : 1985)
Related Items:
Jewish Floridian of Pinellas County
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Jewish Floridian of South County
Related Items:
Jewish Floridian of Tampa
Preceded by:
Jewish unity
Preceded by:
Jewish weekly
Succeeded by:
Jewish Floridian/the Floridian newspaper

Full Text
"Jewish Florkftian
Combining THI JEWISH UHMTf and THE JEWISH WEEKLY
Volume 42 Number 5
Miami. Florida Friday, January 31,
1169
Two Sections
Pr.ce :;-.
U. S. Jews
Urge Action
Against Iraq
I NEW YORK (JTA) Aui.ri-
|n Jews this w<><>k reacted with
to thi- execution of Iraqi
Yv. v hy the Baghdad government
h charges of spying for Israel
[Arthur J. Goldberg, president "f
American Jewish Committee.
bed the is government, tht
pitted Nations and all member
tea, together with nongovarn-
i-ntal agencies, to condemn the
^editions, "so that, hopefully, fur-
i t secutkma may be voided."
Expressing "horror and grief,"
American Jewish Congress
the State Department to
very availalile diplomatic
ns" to pn-\i>nt the execution o(
persona still to be tried for ai-
idly spying for Israel Kabhi
rthur J LdjFVeld, president of
pCongrm, said in a telegram to
Cretan.' of State William P.
gers that the evi utinns were
the more monstrous because
kq's 3.000 to -i.ooo jes have
rn held in house arrest since
in 1987, have been subjected to
surveillance and have been
olutely limited in movement
Bjd communication. The fact that
WSI clearly impossible for Jews
Iraq to have engaged ill the al-
pd nibveraive plot has in no
deterred the savagi ry and
karlam of the blood-thirst)
ut
pSveryom with concern for jus
.1. m and non-Jaws
il President Nixon anil Secre-
Uf llogi-rs imploring that .\er\
t taken to previ nl the mur-
iof thoae stiii to !- tried," the
- ad.It d.
telegram to President Nixon
11\ I manuel Neumann, ho
..ii man "i the Jew 1th A
Secti m, urged thai
fchington Intervene through
I .oil,, is I., for
per political assassinations It
to be Judi : i in,'
). it should permit its Jews t.
* acefull) t"i I ai l and
I ihIs ( miy i hus can Iraq
i\. whatever it may still pos-
.1 humanit) and decenc>
lt.it.' i lepartment soui es
phington said the exi cut Ions
.i n .it t. i ..i .. nuine con-
to the is government, but
d that because America has
t bass) in Iraq the
Continued on P*.ge 9-A
ESHKOL CONDEMNS IRAQI OUTRAGE
Israel Is Sole Bulwark
Against New Genocide
JERUSALEM (JTA) Prime Iraq has placed its armed forces on
Ministei Levi Eahkol. shaking with alert In anticipation <>i an Israeli
anger, apotarrd before a grim reprisal.)
PtfM/F* ISHK0L
Parliament this week to denounce
the hanging Of nine Iraqi Jews as
"genocide" that will be stopped by
Israel if it is not halted from out-
His face i. fleeting the rage felt
by Israelis when they learned ol
the hangings from their radios and
newspapers, Mr. Rshkol quoted
side. I Reports from Baghdad said scripture In what some interpreted
U. S. ORT Federation
To Spend $17 Million
NEW YORK i JTA i More
than 500 delegates to the 47th na-
tional conference of the American
i>RT Federation (Organization for
Rehabilitation Through Training i
approved a record budget of $17
million here this week. The new
budget, which will aid more than
50.000 persons In 23 countries, rep-
resents an Increase of $i.s million
over last year's.
one of the principal beneficia-
ries will lie the network of ORT
schools in Israel. Dr. William
Ilaber. Federation president, said.
With a small population and sur-
round..! as it is hy enemies. Israel
cannot afford to lose one-fifth of
its young generation for lack of
training, he said, adding that ORT
plans to establish Israel's first in-
stitution of practical engineering
in Jerusalem.
Delegates heard Dr. Vladimir
Halperln, World ORT Union direc-
tor, report that "successive waves
Continued on Paqe 11 A
Off. WILLIAM HABfK
Nixon: Mideast Peace Should Be
'Settled by Parties In The Area'
WASHINGTON iJTAi Pn
ident Richard M Nixon placed
considerable emphasis this week
on the question of Arab-Israeli
peai and termed the Middle I ist
irea .. iwder keg thai ne< da t..
tx :;
Mi Nixon Injecti d the Midi I
issue at a news e in re-
sponse to .i qui stion ,- i tainii
ins position on the .
prolifei itloi treat) ai I missile
talks with the Soviet Union, It
b is) ik.-. f .! example,
foi us to fail '" i. cognize that
simpl) red icin a mu-
tual reemenl w II
ass',-, ,. ,... which oc
ii n d ii, the Midi .ist in 1967 as
i clear Ii dk ation ol that." he said.
He added that in wants t.. see
to it that we have strai gir arms
talks ,. and at i tin* I it
will promote, if possible progress
on outstanding political problems
in which the United Stiles and
the Soviet ( nion acting together,
at s.i \.- the cause ol peace "
The I':. si,i, ut was tin n asked
ii he had anj plan outside the
United Nations for achieving Mid-
dle East peace. "The suggestion
has I Ii that we havi I-
Powi i talks," he replii d r
been made that
we us.- the I ni'.'d Nations as the
>r such talks
it has also been suggested thai the
United States and the Soviet Un-
ion bilati i ilh should have talks
Ik i Cast, in addition to
thai ol rourse, the problem finally
sho ild ttled by thi |>ai ties in
]' u i
W .' are going to d. vote the
whole day Saturday to the Mid-
i asi i irobk m he continued i ist
is we .1, vote the whole dav this
'ast Sat i la) on the prol I- in ..t
Viet Nam Wi will .. nsidcr on the
occasion ol the meeting the enl n
1 u of options tli.it we havi I
-hall simply sa) at this time that
I In Ii.a- we :n ,t n< w initial
and m u l- ad< rship oi irt ol
the I'niti il st.it. s in ordei to cool
ition in the Mideast I
considi i it a powdi r ki t i j i \
plosive It m t .Is t.. b. defua d I
am open to an)
pool it ol
sibility of anoth i exi losioi be-
cause the m \t ex usioi in t he
Mideast I thi".!,. could very well
involve a confrontation bet\
the i hich wi m ant
to ,i\-.lil "
Thi (".mo ni n i \i Ahran
i- reported that the
government which controls tin-
Continued on Page 11-A
as a threat .i reprisal age ->
Iraq
<>h. daughter of Babylsa th;it
art to in- destroyed, happj shall
he i- that repayeta the.- as thou
has served us. The Ixird hall
avenge thiir Mood," Mr. gjshkol
said. "Between the dastga
geaoeMe and its |K-rp<-tration."
he declared, "there stands the
State of Israel aloneIsrael and
its strength." The seriptural r-f-
eresKe was appropriate, since
lra| is Im-ated on the site ..f
Itahxlon. an MMOQ of Israel in
ancient times.
Mr Kshkul said the Jews h ho
were executed were not spies lor
Israel. "Their only crime was mat
they were Jews." Describing the
Ings as part ..t i scheme by
the Iraqi government to direct at-
tioii from its internal troubles, he
said, it was a criminal plot, and
d. mands for the 'liberation ol I'
i stim are part and panel of the
same design. The land ol Ira<| has
l conn- one great prison for its
i. wish remnant a gallows foi its
Jewish citizens." Appeals to Iraqi
leaders from, all ovei the world for
mere) 'failed to mustei t he ni i -
sar) determination in tins matter
in the mattei in Arab
lands in g. neral From thus
triim 1 demand that the I
m rid should act In ordi
ivert furthet
savi tin familii teel
Ji w ish i he said.
that thi wi an
Kample i t what the Aiab go\
merits would do to theii i it
Continued on Page 7-A
IN THIS ISSUE .
A-.-n 4.A Popiell<(fi SB
Bar M.t/vahs 12a RPai E^tat*" MB
Book Review '3A Sermon
Candl.gm.ng I0A Synagogue. 10 A
Cohen 4-A Torah *
Dining 13 B
Editorial* 4 A
Engagen-tl 8 B Wedrl ng, B
Features 14-A Woman't
Obituar.e. '4 B A rld '"B
Lenn-an h B Zips B
TV
1" A
TO LAUNCH WORLDWIDE EFFORT
Miami Beach Bond Moot Opens Driii
0d. MStPM I. XKWMKTZ
most intensive cam
'. i ii. .ii hi lp Israi l ."io. t the
omic problems ai ising from
1 inn. d ti nsii ns and unrest in
the Middle East will !- launched
at the unit* International Inaug
ural Conference for state ol Israel
Bonds at the Fontainebleau Hotel,
Miami Beach, Thursday, Feb. LT.
through Sunday March 2.
Pr. Joseph J. Schwartz, vice
president of the Israel Bond Or-
ganization, announced the four-
day conference and said it is to
inaugurate a worldwide, year-
round effort for Israel Bonds
The !!MU Israel Bond drive
will seek t" provide the major
sh.i.-f nt Israel's Development
Budget ut .<:<:<:<.immi.immi f..r the
eoinini: liar, Dr. Sehwart* said.
The Development Budget allo-
cate*, funds tor Israel's key de-
velopment projects. including
tlmse in the Balds ol agriculture.
eoniiiK-ri i> ami industry, he saiil.
M.ire than -.'.iH)0 Jewish leaders
from the United States and Can-
ada are expected to attend the
conference, to adopt a minimum
goal of Israel Bond sales for 1969
and map a blueprint of action for
the Bond drive in communities
throughout North America.
Dr. Si 'iu.nl/ pointed out thai
the mounting tide "l erialu and
tension in the Middle Baal has
brought the eoal Ol Israel's sur-
vival to its highest peak iii 1968.
' With Isi,i. ', .-Mst. nee in the
balanci ," he said "the peopli "f
Israel nan to us to give some
concrete demonstration ol our
faith in their future, ol our soli-
darity with them in then houi ol
trial "
Dr. Schwartz stressed the im-
portance of the Inaugural Confer-
ence, stating that Israel will re-
quire Israel Bond capital in order
to move ahead in its programs nt
I this
ext deoa r the vx
.1- if industry a t ion
nt it- x i I.- le. which it
it w iM U all. to a
s. It si;|| ii
The opening ses ion ol the In-
augui a i i 'onference ill !>' le\ ot-
. d to th. launching "i the Nati
Women's Division campaign Un-
do tin chairmanship ol Mrs Jan
I'ii iii-. national chairman ol the
Women's Division of the Israel
Hon.i Organization, 11 will take the
form ol the world pn mure of the
1989 All Israel Fashion Show on
Thursday Feb. 27


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To Friends Of Th Jewish Home
(Douglas Gordons)
Please Holp
Our Thrift Shop (7300 M.W. 27th A,,., Miami) urgently
needs yoor help NOW.
The Horn.'* coitt are sky.rocketing because of\teeply
iiing coils. 117 nurses aides, orderlies, maids, porters
and food service personnel hod to be raised from $1 15
o $ I 50 per hour minimum.
This wage increose alone will cost the Home on ad-
ditional % 100,000 in 1969.
And we remind you that the Homo's (inanciol problems
ore aggravated because it g.ves the top admission
priority to the indigent 85% M88 out of 222) or our res-
idents are public welfore recipients.
The Home's defi cit is mounting with frightening raoidiry.
The Thrift Shop, therefore, must render much greater
tinanciol help to Douglas Gordens.
You can liclp Ihr Home mrrl its growing dsficil
and continue to give admission prlorit) to the
indigent by contributing furniture, furnishing...
appliances, clothing, etc. to the Thrift SI-
'ou con 0,* a great help by getting your neighbors,
apartment, motel ond hotel owners to contribute to the
Thrift Shop.
All contributions are tax deductible.
Phone ihe Thrift Shop ot 696 2101 and arrange for our
Muck to pick up.
Appreciatively,
AARON KRAVITZ.
JHA V P. & Cha.rmon,
Thrift Shop Committee
The "ttablmth" will launch Ihe
month oi Kebruarj :.- < omblned
Jewish \|i|..:il I.;.,. I Inn i -.-111 ,\
I und in inth, win. h Inaugurates
tin- 1969 campaign.
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A Time To Show
Unqualified Support
In the coming weeks the Greener
~'.:rmi Jewish Federation will oihe-
- y launch its 1969 Combined Jewish
Appeal-Israel Emergency Fund drive
'-' a time when the need* both at
." zzne and abroad were never more
;.early defined.
The CJA goal has beer, set at
;I 472.118 with no limit raced on the
-=rael Emergency Fund but with the
: ear obligation on the part of Great-
er Miami Jewry to at least equal their
:sponse to the 1967 FEF drive when
-ore than S3.000.000 was raised.
As a cotr.muT.;:y Ihat has tradition. -
cly been or.ented cr.d sensitive to
v.e needs ot Israel, surely the Jews
c: Greater Miami will require very
. rtle prodding during this campajen
t-.at comes or. the heels of crucial
- eveioprr.ents that have deprived the
ewish state of a major source of its
ilitary requirements and the losses
millions of dollars which that
"ens to Israel's own people.
Such losses render even more difficult the
i*k of providing for the welfare needs of the
country and it .s this burden that rightly be-
"nqs to us
Equally significan: have been the events of
:.-.e past few weeks m terms y. the shockir.a and
astifced lack of understanding that has beer.
enowr. for Israel by many who had been
- muted among her tr.er.d5 or at least among
those who could be counted on to be objective
.- judgment of the Mi : :.-- East crisis.
It is this disappo:.-.*er.: that has left us
tout the slightest doubt that Israel's only
; in "he future res-s with the Grace of
ty on the courage and trongth of
rer own people and the support of Jewish com-
'
The urgency c: the ntuatiOD fa ing Israel
DO way irminiahea the pressing needs here
d it is to c ] -se requirements
c% well as to und- rightful il ire of
responsibility nationally zr.i overseas that this
ars figure was ar: red it
t a
More Than Minimal Needs
'" '" """' yeai ; C;A god I
or. leadei ths a.m.
as to provide : :.e bare a
reeds of the 33 locc! national and overseas
C gencies that benef.! :: drive.
In an age of phonoM end rapid change.
wever. the fact is tl-.a: a immunity that can
ing only m terms of bare minimums cannot
.reep pace with developments and cannot pos-
t.bly succeed in providing adaqucrte services
v.tal to its very existence as a commu-
Our community leadership, therefore, has
OSd its respons.r.:l,t!es sauarely. in thinking
not m terms of maiunums but in terms of the
actual and realistic needs of Greater Miami
Jewry.
E>ade County is unique in its structure and
the composition of ;-s population with its
arge proportion of older persons and new resi-
cents resulting in prblerr.j that no other com-
munity is forced to deal wj
Friday. January 31. 1969
Volume 42 Number 5
12 SHEVAT 5729
Sinai Hospital, the immigration and Naturaliza-
tion Service of the National Council of Jewish
Women, and the YM and YWHA of Greater
Miami.
Saturday has been designated by the Rab
binicai Association of Greater Miami as 'CJA
IEF Sabbath'' and the month of February has
been proclaimed as Federation Month" by!
Mayor Chuck Hall of Metropolitan Dade ounty
This year, more than any year in the pas:
the Jews of Greater Miami can be expected to
rise to the occasion and give the CJA-IEF drive
their complete sup pert.
Local Agencies
Among the local beneficiary agencies are
the Bureau or Jewish Education, the Community
Chaplaincy Service, the Jewish Family and
Children's Service, the Jewish Home for the
Aged, the Jewish Vocational Service. Mount
Festival Of Jewish Music
The Jewish Music Festival that gets u:
way this weekend and continues through Acr.:
2 will mark the 25th anniversary cf the Nan
Jewish Music Council an agency sponsored
National Jewish Welfare Board for the pur-
pose of promoting the composition of new Jew-
musical works and keeping alive a-\
xppt ciandn af those world thai em a par: of
*ish heritage.
year that the
: lounded, one might guess -hat
be the last thing on the minds
." was the time that H.'le; s holocaust reac
i lb mere c: the s.x milli a I .
victim to the Nazi "final solution
year than in any of the other wartime years.
Ye: the music of a people reflects the tiaze.\.
as well as the |oy and manv a Jew walked to
:he gas chamber chanting the A: Ma rmin
and voicing his faith in the coming of the
Messiah.
Actually the final y3ars of the Second
World War and the year? that followed were
the most vital in the task of the Jewish Music
Council charged as it was with rescu.na th
spirit of the Jewish musical heritage that was
rapidly disappearing in Europe.
The Council has since devoted its efforts :>
ward intensively cultivatina musical creativity
in the American Jewish community to replenish
the tragic losses of the Drevious generation
For the "People of the Book." raus^ served
as the instrument of a cultural renaissance that
had its origin in the heart as well as the mind
The Jewish Musjc Council men's the support
of American Jewry for its successful efforts in i
preserving and promoting a vital cultural,
heritage.
^ flatter of faff *y,
JOSEPH ilSDP
Big Man's Best
WASHINGTON Everyone
it saying that Lyndon B J<>hr.-
sor's reputation is a fine growth
stork, bound to rue greatly jcvn
tin>- as Harry S. Tmmar. rep-
utation nas ns<-n The predu-tion
is correct, but trie parallel is n
Prvskler.t Truman was an ex-
eeeduifi) brave, fundamentally
simple man. whose Administra-
tion has not [>r>->- rt.-.'.
a- with tnei
t Johnson has al-
great c. .
one 'A the least simple r.
.i d 'he White H
and his Administration's rrugmaj
wtfl keep tht histona.i> :
deesdei on end.
It is tempting (u: ioiwl
Johnson wateher to offer those
historians of the future a :
tij. To begin with thej would
-par- th-
their task by reading the two
-.:> competent volumes of
Charles St kU rv biograph\ I
Jarw K P
Frontier Prrsidrnl
Thus Brill bi
: ^ i. now-
I '* any real
"'. Uh American frontier; and

last frontiersman President
the intermittent sequence |
began with Andr^ Jackson a'
was cuntinui by Polk The fr
ti^r required certain qualn
from tn>M- who tcceedsd tht
- a kir.'l of wily craftiness. |
tano I i can
lb ''it i- in ita >'. style
ike
The front tlao nounshei
i kii I '. banHhoooi a:
. all. it or-tt a wgoroua.
questioning patriuUsm Tt
wen P I main qualm--* T
3: with Me\;
v. produced -.tc
atta. la P that rvad -
bom of the n-
t.. n- M .' by the ene-
mies unese polic>
I- Joiu 4 sse theqj it
t-.at tl
Texas (
fort indfather built aga
i : i-mad
-r.r-ant of a m
r Amcncan environment
He would have been perfect -
plao i- A- :r-.v Jackson >
ita which -
l k was
auae he really belong-
1 irit ardout-
look to a Ameri-
can* nued an Pi* 14V-A
EDWARD COHEN
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many, many I ... uf un.
knowi Gn iter Miami Jews, aj.
though all uf us wen- properly
-l bj the response to Is-
raels ne.-ds during the Six-Day
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rabbi to Flot ge campuses
found J- vv.- it si! ongly
i ippoi ting lara I sctiora and
expressing a unil in!i pur-
po> This re-
flects the t at hor
whit 'i will !> expressed rr-
in terms of fl-
: am i.i! lupport
} mphasis sere I ".is tempted
to write ovei-empn.isis'i may
iH |) s, t beck tne itruggls to
i -vei the lotig-unmat m^ds of
Greater Miami Jewish com-
munitv. a struggle which dev-l-
I in vs leadei ship is begin-
ning town-. One must recognise
our lavuhai local relationship t-.
ricen lit.' basically the
i dent if nation, in spite of many
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rr.any cf the movements top Ignilhip
S?cled from ieh are Jock Filosof. chairman
e :.:.:.-:: and r ei.de.-.- o: the Ben
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Mayahia Friadbaag :s-:..a.nncn of the host
ronimWt Dr. Isaac Unltrman Joseph
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branch Handing Aaron Kc'icn. execu-
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Moe Levin president of the Chcun Weiz-
mann branch; Harriet Green, president of
the Pioneer Women's Council of Greater
Miami; Dr. Simon Wilensky. president of
the Pocle Z:on branch, end Samuel Gattond,
president of the Cuban branch.
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> A #"?# fkrili tr
Pcrqe 7-A
Israel Is Sole Bulwark Against Genocide

Continued from Pago 1-A
in if loft to their own devices.
|l<.raeU netiaper* echoed ile-
Li.inds for rc\iiR- mid chldeil
ii I<1 opinion lor not react11114 to
I he Ml that IriM|i Jews had
,-rn M-ntrm-fd to dfitth. Vi'diot
,K> hroii.it wrote. "Thr rnhyht
Eiii-d world la an low u thr
|r.u|i ar*. It went out of its
I mi nit when a few plunm in Hei-
ut spare hit. hut now it no-
fc
^Krin
t/Vt
*a;t
Algiers' specialty
2
arrnot yaw ta aajof rht faclf-
*. ltrv.ee and ftpulJtion af
m Mottl Al(ian Cattnni Staff
S> actiifr Uia ultimata (of ran'
ntfuachoal CMX931-SMI
MRS H. MARCUS*
Faadi Beverage DuectaT
UXMSWITKW
Haiti e tf-Hotat
where to he seen or heard."
Israrlis were Infuriated over thr
public, hanging of those convicted
in secret by a military tribunal. A
spokesman for Iraqi Jews in Is-
rael. Shlnmo lU-ehori. a former
lawyer, said his experience with
Iraqi courts, particularly military
tribunals, convinces him thai the
charges hnnight against t ii- ac-
cused "were false from A to /"
and a prelude to more executions,
[uiibablv of iHiiitir.il opponents of
the regime of President Ahmed
ilaaaan AJ-Bakr.
Baghdad radio broadcasl the
news of thi* hangings against a
background ol cheering and clap-
ping by throngs who poured into
i'aghdad's Liberation Square to
view the 11 bodies swinging from
scaffolds. Three others were exe-
cuted in the Persian Gulf oil port
'>f Basra, reputed center >>i the
alleged spy plot. Thr Jewish vic-
tims were identified as Izra Nan
Zilkha, a Baghdad merchanl who
was alleged to be the leader of the
spy ring, Albert Habib Tomac,
Puad Gabbu, Jamal Hakim. Daoud
Baruch, Daoud Uhali. Albert Al , Shevin And Shevin
The formation ol a partnership
for the gAieial practice ol law
1 under the mm name of Shevin ami
( SI* -.m. with offices in the Seybold
Building, Miarr', has been an-
nounced bj Roberl I. Shevin and
Jerome II Shevin
and Sah.ih Ayoub. The name of the
ninth was not reported,
Although the spy trials had been
widely publicized, it was generally
believed that the prosecutor had
demanded death sentences for only
four Jews. The nine were sen-
tenced on Jan. 12 and Jan. 13, but
not announced by the radio until
this week. Further trials on similar
charges will b held Baghdad Ra-
iio said. Unconfirmed reports set
the number of accused awaiting
trial at more than t">0.
Baghdad Radio said the 14 who
were executed were parl ol a
group ol 19 sentenced, two ol
whom are still at large. It later
put the figure at 21 with three
.still at large. The accused were
alleged to have plotted to over-
throw Iraq's Baathist regime with
the Intention ol setting up a gov-
ernment that would make peace
with Israel. The) were charged
with receiving sabotage training
in the city ol Abadan. Ex-Premii r
Abdel Rahman Bazzaz and former
Defense Minster Abdel Aziz Okeil-
I) also alleged!) took part in the
plot.
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Senior Citizens Club
Mrs. Olia Ackerman. president
of th<- Senior Citizens Club >l the
"Delmonko It"'--I. announo-s thai
the organization will partici|>ate
again this year in the Creator
Miami Jewish Federatlon'i Com-
bined Jewish Appeal-Israel Emer-
gency Fund cami .-.
At :i meeting ol the group In Ihe
nil o ll.n i at 7 Sun-
nt speakei fl
; .1 a|sh lei itiofi
I
I- -.. ind the toiportatw e of I
Israel Emergency Fund dmi
the organisation.
Entertainment trill in.
organ recital and a sir
and then- will dan. it ^ .
fnshments.
Judge Milton Friedman
stall the Cluh'i neti board
including Dr Mori
Si
I in sidi R i) W
I .aura Hirsch. tree*

- epreser.tcrhves of condominiums in the
South Beech area held their initial plani
leeting ior the 1939 omb.r.ej Jewish r'edera-
.cn Shown from Utft) are: Louis Kaplan and
Villiam L Beckwith, Twin Towers Con-
ominhim; William Arbcr Perm-Manor
ondominhnn; Mayshie i South
D Division; Arthur S. Rosichan, Execu-
tive Director of the Greater Miami Jewish
Federation; Abraham Grunhut chairman.
South Beach Division; Julius Nadel Jeffer-
son Condommum; Mrs. Helene Ehenfried.
lefferson Ave. Apartment House, and
Rev. Max Weiss, Tower East Condominium.
Hi-Rise Units Aid C J A Drive
t
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.- last year"! 90
'ion in the Great-
Miami Jewish Federal
I J( miah Appeal i
rgi :.<> Fund campaign, when
v host a cocktail party in the
stal Houm dining room at 3 15
Monday. Feb. 10. Ben Eaten
irman of the RsfHmce and
-Hi- Division, will be guest
KIT
We an- aiming for 100 percent
tldpatiot knowing that every
understands the urgency ol
situation abroad and at home."
I Max Mitchell, chairman .it
Crystal Houat CJA-IEF Com-
t.t The fact is that without
financial sup[*>rt. Israel can-
survive It has been proven
t Israel depends U|>n its fellow
-. fm its very existence, and
.in' not attout to sit idly by
le perhai another 2.'Mn.(KH)
s an- slaughtered."
ouis Harris, i ochairman of the
kdence ami High-Riae Division
\ be on the Crystal Ho ise CJA-
" committee, Mr Mitchell an-
need, and Crystal House co-
irmen will Include Max Boder-
Sapi Frtedland Charles Lip-
i'inii[i Lustine, Charles Res
Albert Rtsldnd.
ludes Aisik
I,. mis Brealer, Murray
Kiei. Jos. pti H i iai li [. Al
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Harry Rothenberg and Sin
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ts "i The Corinthian in behalf
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ty will In- Mrs. Leroy Wiener
a m ml ei ol Ihe I-- sel I> (en*
i- ii
I Eli Goldstein. Harry Harrison
and Al Hirsch eochairmen of The
Corinthian's CJA tammittee have
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fuil committee. Includ.il are H.
Berkelhatnmer, Herberl H. Fen-
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Jackman. Lewis Ixmenthal. Mar-
tin P.i'lack, I>r. George L Rand.
Sol Silver Nathan SftfWStt, Leon
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drive in the Terrace Room of
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day. Feb. 9. Mrs Wiener will be
truest speaker at this event, also.
("ochairman for the North build-
ing are Harry Burden and Abra-
ham I. Heller, H. Jack Chasin.
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gate Towen has announced. The
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will i>- Emanual Blum and Henry
Kramer. Honorary eochairmen for
th.- Southgate Thwers campaign
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IVlCfQ 9-A
U. S. Jews Urge Action Against Iraq
Conti "Ud from Paat 1-A *ri" cvri'lltmn mn> hnpm lhB ihii1im>ii _111 .1.. L m_-i..
Cooti -u*d frm Pag* 1-A
!i ii.il Statrt docs not haw the
. icts <>t MM cast' at first han I iq seven diplomatic rrlations
June, 1867, as a result of the
\ Day War, and officials ti>k
viek i .t the Iraqi attitude
i ward Hi- nited Stati i was such
i it i! i u i ilo other penoitl fac-
ing execution more harm than ilovclo|.mcnt will also be likely to
Rood if Washington attempted to' impede ettorts toward a peaceful
\ei t diplomatic pressure in their settlement of the conflict situation
behalf, in the Middle Kast.- after the an-
At the United Nations. Secretary- nouniTnll'nl ** < sentencing and
General U Than! expressed 'regri-t nanK'nK 'raq.
and concern" and fears that the A statement issued by a U.N.
"repercuBsiom from this unhappy spokesman noted. "In the view >>i
the Secretary-General, mass trials
ami executions are always to be i
deplored and are particularly ab-
horrent and dangerous when they [
an- carried out in such a way as to |
inflame the emotions of the |x>pu-
lace." As soon as Mr. Thant learn-
ed nl UM trials, the statement Mid,
"He asked the |>ermanent repre-
I sentative of Iraq to convej to his
government the deep concern of
the Secretan General about them.
and particularly about the impact
they would have on public opinion
botll inside and outside of Iraq. In
the e\ereke of hE | humanitarian gaounds," the st#--
mont went orf! ""the Secretar>-
General did not question the right
of the government of Iraq to put
on trial any of Us own citizens, as
all of those convicted appan
were, nor could lie attempt I a -
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Friday. January 31. 1963
THE RABBI SPEAKS FROM HIS PULPIT
Sabbath Of Song
'abb, ffosrnfrfa1
l.\ KVlilil l> v\ ll KOSBXFBLD
H.th Mushr- t ..nur.t.ii i.hi
This Sabtmth is known as
JhabtMi Shiroh." th<- Sabbath
Song, because the portion,
' In-shallah" <-<>n-
lains th> S<>; ig
of Moses, '<>.
Toshlr." t he
Bong of crali-
tVul<- for thr de-
liverance of tho
I- m lites from
Egyptian Ix.n.i-
|gr
r h e word
ryoshir" is In the
f ;i tchse
ii u ding at the
: l: .1 S< ... the
rmci a\i s fell fi an.l libei -
i! '."h no;*' |i>r ,i brighter fu-
1 uajw> il'a- ;.- unto Goi
ith .i sonfi of i<)> This is it-..
I'll glorifj Him."
Aftei having beei enslaved lor
. >> years t!*- J. uis'i pt-oplc left
i ii' countrj < .>:>pi't ssion. KoT'.
I stun t.A\ an! thr
. mr.isi ti lane) or Canaan. Th.\
irelj managed to shako off the
P
- in tied theif bscta
th "'.ti> in which they had
ffen so touch humiliation and
irdship \\hi : &a i- th
.- hi 'i -
li.i-.ti

m : to IU
V' s to man h on in the
\- '. tme Um
i- : '-..
'' ched
Moses and tin'
!
: tht ii- salva-
i to the Lo
w suw. A i II ,-.. [ng
miracle of
-. di i
.1 Rabbit ol old have arrai
>rdi ami thanks-
laaatngs to reciti bel
\v I'm taki of our m
On Impressive lights <>f natun
hgppy occasjtom ami even on sor-
rowful events, we offer soncs of
gratitude to the Almighty We
pra.v for Hls guidance ami deliver-
ance in times of trouble. And when
things go well with us. we rejoice,
ui turn to GOO, In gratitude with
songs on our lips.
Not only to the Almighty must
we show gratitude, but also to our
fellow man. We are to show our
appi ol kipdnesseS receiv-
ed. I'll smg unto the Lord, I'll give
thanks wherever and whenever it
is due. is the most important m.-s-
lage ol tins week's portion. S
can drive awaj sorrow, sadness
an.I Instill Hi one rotfrag* hop.-.
faith With can open all
hea tes
a cording i" sagi, song
was ol ligatorv in the Temple rit-
ual. Th. re is ., good reason why
Ihe L vites were ordered lo sing
in T mple, because music serves lo
unite minds thai an In conflict.
Music lii-aks Sown enrrdtieS Mu-
si, en Mi s in man a yearning for
a higher spiritual state Musk
ifls more before the Lord than
fasti) f'. rsol s .l.-.li.-at.Vl to hili-
aVc blessed with joy and
nuns!,- Song reminds the soul that
, u has its oi igfn In heaven w
the singing ol angi Is fills all space
Then f >re song transforms prayer
ind mto '' sounds of holi-
ood i tson is a singer
God u .' very letter of
rorah is musical i
When I hear singing, th. re I
: r wicked pi ople know no
Th .'. '-' is peopk ires, bet
it n> \ i r i rgpt hou to sing. Th
Israi lings tonga ol victor)
s to the Alniight\ <;,:
ys for a lasting peace and
irtt; I'll sing ot nacrey and
rustic into tin- Lord. I'll give
:o the way of integrity
I'll walk within my house in the
Integrity ol nrj heart I Psalms i
>' Sing unto the Lord a new sons.-,
i Shit oh Hadash A song of
hope and youth \ grati-
tude and |ov
Alsop
SYNOPSIS OF THE WEEKLY TORAH PORTION
Continued from Pag* 4-A
era. Mr. Johnson was often mis-
understood ami even more often
Underrated as John F. Kennedy's
grand continuator.
To complicate the problem fur- J
th. r. everything about Lyndon
Johnson as President was ovel
life-size. He had giant defects, as I
be had giant strengths and vir-
tues: and he display.-d these qual-
ities in bewildering, downright
kaleidoscopic alternation.
Beshalah
Anti-Leadership
His most serious defect was not
in character, but in his method
of leadership or, one is tempted
to lay, his tendency to antilcad-
ership. Thr trouble was that to '
lead a nation, as to lead a city!
or a company in battle, for that
Tlie waters of the Red Sea divide to make a pith for the
Israelites
"And the children of Israel went into the midst of the
upon the dry ground; and the .\ item were a will unto thsvn on
their right hand ami >>? their left" lEXodUS 14 231
BESHALAH Fearful of the hostile tribes the bra*
micht encounter on the direct route t<> Canaan through the land
of the Philistines. (;<>d sent the newly freed slaves by way .if th.
desert near the Red Sea. As they Journeyed, they were gukt i
by a pillar of cloud by day and a pillar of fire by night.
Th.' Israelites Kan left Egypt presumably to worship theii
God in the des.it W'h.-n Ptjgrao|i learned that the children ..(
Israel would not return to 1 gypt h.- pursued them to the wnk-
of the Red Sea at the he id "f an arm) of chosen troqpi B I
mir.-ii-:,- occurred: the children of Israel were iblr to gass be-
tween the waves of the H> d Sen thai divided before them
stpod upright like columns Th. Egyptian hosts plunging brio t
Bed Se i after them wt owned. AI tins s ght the di I
of Israel sang a song ol praise to G
On their journe) ttv-ough th. h children ol I
w.r. sustained i>\ manna from heaven: w itrr issued from
matter, you hav.- to be able to f"r m,Mn ;it '''" bidding ol God Th Am ilckitea did h.tti-
say convincingly. 'We must try
to i.a.h point A. for reasons B
and *.'
le vealing reasons B and C iar
flativ counter to his intense se-
cretrreness, Naming point A as
his goal ran flatly counter to his
passion for '"keeping ins options
open." As legislative leader, these
traits were most useful to him
As Pfestdi hi they wen- cruelly
da tging.
The damage was cruel, in turn,
pre, is, |. becXuse it meant that.
Si President. Lyndon Johnson
neve r did himself real justice He
maite wry few wrong decu
He ma i "!'. lisi ol i ight
the Israelites, bul were d< feat.-i by Jos .'i Ihe m o( Sun, arid
his men
This recounting of th* W**kry P*rf1cr. of th* Law is M'irtd
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He took the nation down a hard
but necessary road, without
cl.-arly warning where h. was
going or saying, in plain words.
just why he was goh g there.
To complete the i ,- in-
Justice, the tightness ol Presl-
d'-nt Johnson's hard, -t decisions
is unlikely to !>. proved The
decisions grid among tbjese 1st- proof*will come tool h. If
at numbers that de- Bresjdent Nixon adopta i
he high.-st courage and Vtetnan bc ittle-and-
the strongest natioiisJ>rninded- llin "I"n'' ness will then ensue will at once ,,
veal Lyndon Johnson's rlgl I
to the whole world Bul as the
opposifc seems far more likely t..
V.t the quality of his record l*PP,n, the advocates ol scuttle-
was ternporarily obfuscated be- ndrrun may hope to wait a while
cause he was himself so gjven to before the) are forced to eal
obfuscation He oveipromised He "" "' (m" '"d-
teJked pence while h. made wai All the isrne Lyndon Johnson
He (Uerpromisfd
left 'he whit, i|o m u i
debl ow ing to him Ii ha
not foui .I the fins' *>
he sougl '-, .i ,s. f -.'.
probli .. op to fit solu-
tk>i But he had dot
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BETM ISRAEL 7*C 40th St Orthodo.
Rabbi Berei v\ e n it
BETH JACOB SO' Waahmgton A.r
Orthodoa Rabbi Shmaryahu T So r.
v Canto- Maurice Mamchea -o

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NORTH MIAMI BEACH
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NE '83rd St (Miami Carder, Rd 1
Conacr.atve Rabbi M.iton Schlm
th* Cantor Harry Sterling. 33
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HALLANOALf
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POMPANO BEACH
SHOLOM TEMPLE, IL-Sf "thA.e
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+Je*H9ifKr**an
Paqe 11-A
^
motherhood Awards Announced
t
POBEITT mACHT
MAuma rtnt
I. S. ORT Federation
To Spend $17 Million
Continued fr*m Pag* 1-A
rrfugrc Immigration in Ihc last
yvars hava Mow timn dbubtail
.!. mish imputation ol Franc I i
000." About 25.000 North
ran Jews have MkH1 to Franr*
S:\ Pfiv Wftr. hf i:-> .\ u i n maclf to open
,: rial ORT schools ami train*
faciiitus t"i them. A trchnical
rto.ii foi itirta "ill m begin In
s i|>plem< nting tin- pi ?-
irogram for boys, he said, and
Hod tit tiv need t" hiti naif)
not* i"i" Ut>- Jewi <'l Iran "to
,i. BKe-okl and Mill ram-
it pflMTty."
Miitthcw St-hor*nwaltl. t hnirirnn
the organlzatlan'i govvinmcjit
v.- kCtl i i.Ti.i-iit !.-. i-it.M M \-
- of ORT project! f"i" dewl-
nations under contracta to
is guw'i i in lent, Qte training 1
(a group ot is. Peace Cups
i teera it the Central CRT In-'
ui. in Switzerland tor aaaign-
t to VNVsi Africa's Ivor) Coast,!
ihc i iRT expects t<>
it. 111 i; iin< i Wi st \ii lea, i">
ol 1.000 skilled >: k-
... i rtsion
i- issistancc
|" I ;i
ii I'i sidenl Rich n rl
i lios the i mal
m-or iil i: I is an impor-
Lribution to i* ttei Ing thi-
w men."
GELB
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Miaa.i's Only Strictly Jewish
s. n. Jacob K. Javits. who in' i> <1 the principal ad-
dress, urged a "joint rs-issi:
tnittativ to brthg about meai Ing-
inl Israel-Arab negoti tiom Hi
all, d on the I nitcd st.it. to
probf the poskrsilitloR fm an agnv-
im'iit "in concert with the USSR"
the aim ui hich would be to cs
lal is. a now
: i amev ork foi I ission of A i
bassadbr Gunnar V Jarring." Ihc
t i it. it Nat :nns' sprcia em >y to
the Middle I .ist and suggesting
that Brit all i Become
i "-i.itisl w Ith these IN i^ in
- Ja\;is was honored for 20
' yinrs of s. r\i , iiinniitti ,iii Monumrnl Dealer
Nixon Views
Middle East
Peace Plans
Continued trom Page 1-A
:, i \ i I i
Irom Pi i sidi through t he
in t "airii 1 >"! aid
n \> ab l

lies in the
i.....he : r- r >kl
: "i the
i ii proposal lr H I iIks
Mlildli I i

err
I h .ed i > t

Roberl Ma, hi. prominent Jew-
i '. ri\ ie !ead< I
l !i i : i.\ ;\r tin- S:
Mi dal Ion Ui I Av .ii
I hi annual Hi ut hei in i
n I i 'onfi ii nee of Chi
ii ins and J w s '! b in M at I
Font aim bleau Hotel in Mil
Beach Tut sda I I 11
Pi.st av ;n i l tu the late
i rditor ol
i News 11 i\ i! I also b
'l by Miami City Commis-
i Mauric F< rre, a trustee of
the i nivi rsit ol Mi imi an I I
t "--.it. i Fund, Barrj College board
in m'er and ad\isor> board mem-
ber ui Florida Memorial College
who is a member of the Iiowntown
Developmenl Authority and a ili-
n clor ui Dado County's K< P1
i Kdward K Swenson Jr., general
han nan ol the Brotherhood Din-
ui announced the selections. The
hw rational had of ftv Demo-
! -ratlc Party, i s. Sen. Fred R.
Harris >ii Oklahoma, will be the
. alun il -:- aki r at the $100-a-
i ate formal dinnt r which offers
In main source of NCCJ's reve-
nue, used in its vast program of
' rlucating tor brotherhood.
Roberl Machl has been deeply
involved in the d< velopmenl "i the
mdtmtrial health of the Florida
region, As senior vice president ol
Mo. .1 Sim, -. Cori., he i> in charge
.f Jordan Marsh of Florida and
Maa's Puns Inc Ith stiir s lo-
ated throughout the stair Mr
Macht, n> the 19B8 gem ral i im-
paign chairman and vice presitlenl
ii United Fund, headed tin 'mist
succesaful oampaign m it~ history.
Hi is On the board of directors ol
Variety Children's Hospital ai i
thi Fust National Bank of Miami.
member of the Florida Council
mil tec and the Im.tiil of gov-
its oi tin Gn aifi Mian i
i .1- i of Ci in m i re.
' I hi ..-!-!,,
I c Ihrrnt ifit i. the
Bill I levt< d his life to the
md
ol u Id i < A din rl n
a I '. was a m
i tht Metro Communitj, Ri
latioi Board : (! iban Ri lugee
the

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Jew 1st rhrHinr
Friday. January 31. 1S9
Keyserling Is Due For Histadrut Conference
LEON N. Kf r SWUHG
Lm H. Keysorlinj:. world re-
n<#\DKli n (nl y as national president of
the Israel Histadrut Committee,
will make his first visit to Flonda
in his new capacity Feb. 19. dur-
ing the Fourth Annual Interna-
tional Mid-Winter Conference of
the American Histadrut Develop-
ment Foundation.
More than 1.000 delegates from
throughout the I'nitctl Stati B,
Cana 1 .artK'ij at- m the conference, ac-
ling to the Histadrut Founda-
tion's national chairman. William
H Sylk Of Philadelphia, and its
ADL Florida Board
To Meet Saturday
Some 250 leaden of the Arti-
: -tarnation League of B'nai B'rith
from throughout Florida will con-
v*ne In Miami this weekend for
the annual ADI. Florida Regional
Board meeting. Henry Wolff, the
ird'l chairman, has announced.
ADI. board members from Palm
Beach. Orlando. Tampa and Jack-
sonville will join local board mem-
bers in discussion of interrellgloui
cooperation, the problems of inter-
proup relation! in urban areas and
discrimination in employment ami
n private clubs in Florida.
The ADI. board meeting is held
annually in conjunction with the
Leonard L Abess Human Rela-
tions Award Luncheon Both The
Cohen
Continued from Pag* 4-A
yean ol n (idence, ol here as the
crkaspora In ordei to understand
thr dimei that struggle.
a: d *tt ati D used K'
ly in Ni York. ("! ve-
land, Detroit and other large
Jewish centers has not t< n OfM r-
iii re becausi neither the
professional nor the lay leader-
ship, particularly the latter, had
the courage to adopt them. And
ms to me that this. too. was
.-.' ol their : tecurity and
i- lief In a viable community.
Well, the e\|,|. n.i >< now clear
that this is nol only a viable
]i n i-h community, but one of the
,arg.-st an-i most Important in
the i Inited Stati i It would be
tragic, as many or us respond to
the campaign, not to recognize
that emergency funds are prop-
erly contributions above and be-
yond the regular needs Of the
community and the I'JA. The
feting of the Israel emergency
is a must for all Jews, but if it
,- done at the expense of the un-
dernourished agencies of Greater
Miami, the long-range conse-
(. .rues to Israel are not really
: rstood.
I began this with a declaration
Ol optimism, made despite ten,
many years as chairman of one of
tfM CJA division. This is because.
although I agree fully with my
ther Jewish friend that every
ledge card I sec is at least 50
:;t urMter what it should be.
I know that this year wil be 25
bettei than last. And. if
lhat Isn't r< a |y enough, at fa sat,
?- ivc Jews know it could have
Miami News and Orlando's Mayor
Carl T. Langford will receive the
AbsSS Award, which carries with it
a $1,000 research grant in the field
of human relations in honor of the
recipient, contributed by Miami
philanthropist Leonard L. Abess,
in an unusual dual ceremony in
recognition of their achievements
"which have furthered the goals of
better human relations and which
have contributed substantially to
the well-being of the citizens of
Florida "
Past recipients of the Award,
which has been presented annual-
ly since 1965, include Miami City
Commissioner M. Athalie Range,
the Metropolitan Dade County
Community Relations Board, for-
mer Gov. I-eRoy Collins, tr-e late
editor of The Miami News. \\ illiam
C. Bagga, I>r Henry King Stan-
ford and Dr H Franklin Williams
of the University of Miami, the
late Abe Aronovitz, Cody Fowfa i
former president of the American
Bar Association, the lat. Mayor
Robert King High of Miair.i. Con-
gressman Claude Pepper, th- si
Petersburg Tunes thr presl lent of
Orlando's station WFTV former
: State Rep John B. Orr and Miami
Beach Councilman D Lee Powell
l>onpptn^Sst,v
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national vice chairman. Dr. I .con I
Kronish o( Miami Beach.. ,~.
Mr. Keyserling. who was chair-
man of the Council of Economic '
Advisors to the President of the ;
Inited Statis for three years un- ,
der Harry S. Truman, will share i
the platform with Gideon rlaus-
ner, chief pros, cut or of N'a/.i war
criminal Adolf Eichmann. who was
tried during the time Mr. Hausncr
was attorney gi ncral of the State
of Israel.
Both Mr Keyserling anil Mr
Hausner, now a member of th>' -
Knesset, will address the Feb. 19
conference dinner in the Fontaine-
bleau Hotel during which Mr. and
Mrs. Morris Newmark will be
recipients of the International
Histadrut-Kupat Holini award
Announcement ol Mr, Keyser-
!ing's visit here was made jointly
by Jacob Itifkin. chairman <>f the
conclave, and Dr Michai Sossin,
newly elected president of the
South Florida Council of the Israel
Histadrut Committee.
Mr. Keyserling has been inter-
ested In th> development of Israel
and the dynamic social program
of its general labor federation.
Histadrut. over the years. He has
frequently been called upon by the
Israel gov rnment for consultation
and has prepared four major Stud-
ies of the isra< I economy. At the
invitation of Prime Minister Lev!
EkhkaLj Mr. Keyserling attended
the 1967 and 196H economic con-
ferences in IsretL,
Now a ci s'lltins; economist a-
sttorney with offices in Washing-
ton, DC. Mr. Keyserling will a-
national president, head a natm-
wide effort to support OBs healtl
eilucational and w-elfnr" iron
of Histadrut in Israel, a huh .
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* Mnist tktiHtr
Page 13-A
BOOK REVIEW
ttrymour h. tiebman
AKRIt A DON
By K.iImti <;. \\>istor Seek To Save Historic Cemetery
Weishorrl is a historian.
[book AtrU-M Zkm (Jewish
cation Society. $6>. is basrl
Ml ikWJOf I dissertation. It
[n ir: jKirtant contribtion to
[history of prr-191S Zionism.
1903, through Joseph C*ham-
lam BHUdn offered to settle
in Africa. Theodor Herzl.
Kid. i of the World Zionist
i. I- -it looked favorably upon
project Although he sought
toort for a Jewish colony in
t.-i inot Uganda, as many
, x. ti- never Intended to
Indoi effort! for a Jewish
Incland in Palestine.
riit story of the proposal is
ilex and often myitifying.
lilt Jews are familiar with the
txi-ilion >[ the But l!urop<'an
n t. the sett I.merit plan and
acrimony and lean of the
Fgatri .it the Sixth Zionist
Dgress iBasle, August, l9o:i>
I.- has i en written of the op-
Ltion of the Kn->t African set-
,s wit- M'hom the Jews would
re had to Ine
rh. Ki nya offer represented
greatest ensis to confront
iti<. Zionism M ." youthful
rement. It was the most si-
Icant >>i thv numerous tern-
Hal off< rs made to Jews In suh-
ler.t years The debates over
[and the personal vilification
|t upoi Hersl undoubtedly con
puted jnvatly to his early de-
,'Monl's scholarly work is
: mi it of intensive research
l.-iiion. Jerusalem and Nai-
rn*' controversy from 1903
\mib is Melineativl with clarity
placed in perspective with
i'ct t" the times and Individ-
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ho*' words in J wish homes
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forty and fifty years a?o are re-
called from limbo.
Israel Zangwill's forensic bouts
in the Zionist movement ant] his
dramatic withdrawal are vividly
portrayed He asserted that Jews
poaaaaaed one of two mentalities.
eg.. the Marrano or the Macca-
bean, I.*oi><>ld Gnt-nherg. Lucien
Wolf. Menahem Issishkin. and
David Wolfsohn an- but a few
whose roles m the euic struggle
are plao>d against the pages ol
Jewish history.
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over the plan was to crystallize
the conflicting attitudes of the
jews regarding the meaning and
objectives ot the Zionist move-
ment. The historical im|K>rtancc
of the offer lu's in the recognition
by England that there should he
national existence for the Jews
'ihc Halfour Declaration ol 1917
was a fruit of the offer.

In the "Saturday Review"
(12 -'l 68i the following Item
appeared "The Bettei Business
Bureau of Metropolitan New
Yoik continues its drive against
vanity publishers, one of us tests
was to assign someone on the
stall to write something so had
that it ought to Ije rejected. 'We
have sent in manuscripts of the
worst possible quality.' says Ar-
thur Swart/ of that organization.
"anil they .ire imaiiably accept-
ed." "
A. Ducovny has had a book
published by an unknown firm
under the title Iteti-tiurloii: In
lite Own Wurrt- If all the blank
white space was omitted, she
Ixrok might run about 70 pages
It is a tawdry effort to capitalize
on B.G s name ami the affrvtion
and esteem that American Jews
have for him Mostly a pedaB-
tiian biographical sketch, it con-
tains a \'t> fe classic state-
ments, some aphorisms and hu-
ii.or i I", ('. was i i I : and not
a coiner ol phi as. s i
Tin' i eason 1 rt this book
is | i ,m the urn* ii \ to s,iw
their money ($9 13 F el Press i
.ell use the savings t support
Jewish culture bj five
cents to It !'! the purchase of
Africa Ziitn or other lx>oks ,,;
. i met it.
NEW YORK developed by a Jewish chemistry
professor at NeW York University
is being tested as a preservative on
tombstones in what is believed to
U' the oldest Jewish cemetery in
the Western Hemisphere. the
Mikve Isiai I Cemetery in Cura-
cao. Netherlands West Indus.
Prof. Seymour Z. Lcuin. who
developed a compound for preserv-
ing stone, was invited to Curacao
by Congregation Mikve Israel
Kmanuel to try to save the mark-
iin^ '>n the 17th Century tomb-
si .in in,vi obliteration.
Some of the sli.n.-v which
(lute buck to 1620, are now en-
dangered in uir imiIIiii.nits from
the nearby nil refineries o|M-rat-
ril by Royal Dutch Shell.
Charles G imez-CaSSbeS, presi-
dent of the Curacao Jewish com-
1 munity, arranged with the oil
company to provide labor and
equipment, and a local paint com- '
panv aurnsd to manufacture Prof.
*
.'. '.vfe'sTBBi-i.',a on the spot. T.
'M)iindU*v In >n painted on
marble sjrave mafWi-s. lormed
durable crystal which, it is ho|>e
will arrest the erosion process
The Mikve Israel cemetery was
founded by Portuguese Jews who
came to Curacao from Brazil to
scape the Inquisition. It is be-
lieved to !>' the oldest Caucasian
liurial ground in the Western
Hemisphere and lias become one
of Curacao's major tourist attrac-
tions.
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Friday. January 31. 1969
Ow film folk:
By HERBERT G. LUFT
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JESSE SILVER
All-Star Choice
pus mi\ ennial A
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indfei from USC Mix i in the Ai-'l. sin
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Tin N<-\\ York -ii'iv :i>\ mie i lin rbacker Mike Strom-
i half-chart! of the Super I mpionship monej
nberg iuI ered .. kti in e ly In the season
i ii r -.1 Rhode Island cam i Howie Small spent the
I itbaj -i ion n memh r <>t the champion Hartford
(inTi'ii Knights ci the Atlantic Coasl League. Petei
n K i its defeated Joel K V nia Sailors
30 IT in the '.ili | i i
M i fot Minnesota's scholar- thlete Iloh
Stein A defei e end. Stein Io the fii si
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He was named A B I n
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Aiiicric.i nelegMDj ;. the
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Handler, BO, went on t .. i islanding career in ttn-
p .-. aftei c iHege An in AU-.Vrtcur.i and
aII-lepgue guard it Texas (Tirisl m Universltj In 18
II-iiidl.'i kdned the Chicago Cardinals In 1990 He played
for th.' Cardinals until 1936 when he began coaching
enrasjf thai gwde him head aoach <>i the Cardinals In
J9434I5. He left the Cardinhts in 1952 and Joined the
Chicago Bean for whom h.' worked i* an assistant coach
until lasl yar> ,
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LEGAL NOTICE
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AND FOR DAOE COUNTY.
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 80991-B
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NOTICE TO CREDITORS
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|IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
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OF FLORIOA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY IN CHANCERY
No. 69 192
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
IAX II VCILXIAN.
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-MRS MARY HA'ILMAN
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THi: JBW ISH KUiRIIM \N
JDONH \Mi OHDERBD > Miami,
Porlda, thin Mh .in ,,f Januar) \ fl
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[ ii, uii i'nun Dade County, Plorlda
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lluriiey for Plaintiff
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Pleading lo ihi BUI ( fompl
the pi.i In tiff"' iti M.I.EN
K< 'l:\ III.I'M lilw ... ne Huildln*;,
Miami, Plorlda III i" and file ihe
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defaull !!ill l" laketi .il.i-i \->u for
ihi i elli f di mm di 'l in Ihe Hill .(
Complalnl
Tin- notice -b.ill l... I'ui'li-li'-'l ,' >
.oli aeek for i"ur ronaecutivi .i'k
in THE JEWISH r'MIRIIM IN
i-'Ni: \nii i.ni.i:i;i:n ji Miami,
Plorlda. Ihia tnd < Jai uar) \ D
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Circuit '""un. Dade County, l'l.,rirta
By; P i'i>l'KL\Mi
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Al.l.HN li'.IINTtl.lM
JOj Biacai ne ituililinu
Miami, Plorlda I
Attorney for PUn.llff
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IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 81657-C
In l!K FXate of
II WHIM) KIIIKKR
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i" mi Credltort and All Prraona ll.iv-
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in..ii.Is which you m.i\ lij!.' aiiainut JAI. KIINT.A CVCU5 al l3n0 Collins
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Mount Sinai Maps
ICenter Complex Plan
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J! Slnal Hospital hu an-
i | v. h.ii was ii' scribi .1 m
\nxi ram cvet I ikon
a c i: by a major health In-
*tlti >t. it-. th<- st.iii- n! Florida,'
a pi -n with the goal ol trans*
fornnm: tin- institution Into a
Burin al centei complex for teach-
aich and patient care,
aron deHlrseh Meyer, presi-
t (if the hospital, said thi >\
^sion program iil cist more
ths oi.000.000, and the building
can ; nun i-- scheduled to c linclde
| Hlh 111'' -'"In iirnii\.-i s.n ni ili.'
four. unc. of thi' Institution.
BTii Maribel Blum Nik liar Med-
Rl -anh Ostlter, to Ix- located
' thi' smith ui the present hoe-
comi lex 'ii be the major
Cilnv of the comprehensive con-
tr1 .i'i! for the Mount
^Klai Medical I'enter. This build-
^K. ihri'f mmis in planning, will
oon fully equipped, In excess ol
Hl.'OMMl It will contain icjit
^B>i i' dedicated to i. siai.h and
^Patment of heart dtaease, lung
.is. s ami cancer.
! constructed almost shnul-
eously is a two-storj Mount
lai Mia mi-Dado Junior College
tamedical Education Building,
I. Iiat. d inmu-diatch north of
present complex Expected to
it an estimated 12,500,000, this
addition will house an educa-
te! facility for the training of
Ments enrolled through Miami-
be Junior College for careers in
paramedical professions, and
!) thi- first in the United
Mes built by a voluntary mm-
tfit institution to be run in con-
ation with a public institution
higher learning.
I part of the hospital's thrust
mnis becoming a Medical Gen-
a major expansion of the radi-
y facilitiei of the hospital, to
cost approximately S3.750.000. is
presi i tly under construction. The
Mount Sinai Hospital I'.adiol-
Department will encompass
thn majoi activities Diagnosis
Nut'- ar Medicine and Teaching
De\ 'l and lt>-search It will
be s. I in as.
of the pr< s. :-.t i i- || i
Miami, Florida Friday. January 31. 1969
Sectic. B
Gen. Goren Due For Bond Fete

i -..- central loc
BAK0N Dt MMKCH MtriR
of Mount Sinai Hospital, which
serves the emergency needs of
Greater Miami and Dad.' County.
the trustees have also provided for
the construction and renovation of
the Orovttz Emergency Suite into
a new building, which will allow
for the treatment of many more
patients at the emergency level.
C.st for this addition is estimated
to exceed $.r>OO,0O0.
A n.w Core Services Facility
also figures in the mammoth con-
struction program, and will in-
clude power and warehouse facili-
ties, as well as laundry areas for
the Hospital Medical Center.
The trustees have tentatively in-
cluded the construction of a Cyclo-
tron in this program It would be
the third in the United States and
the first one in the Southeast.
Presently on the drawing boards
and scheduled for construction
also is an experimental Pure" Re-
's, arch laboratory, complementing
the clinical rest arch facilities of
ihe Maribel Blum Nuclear Medical
Research Center.
Organization plans for the cam-
paign which, hopefully, will In-
volve a wide spectrum of the lay
community, corporate and profi --
tional It adei ihip, are going i ir-
ward under the dirt rtion I ''
Mi > and Max
as otl lers
' ; n Shlomo (ion n I 'hiel < i.
lain ol thi Ni ai I Ai med Forces
Chii i Ri bbi ol Ti l Aviv, will
be guest ol honoi al an area-wide
"Saiut.- to [siael" ia ly at 8 p.m
Wednesda) in the Funtainebleau
Hot.l
Salul to Israel is 1
held in a !\ ancc of and iii c
ti.m with the 1969 International
Inaugural Conference for State 'if
Israel Bonds, which will officially
launch this year's Israel Bond
campaign throughout Latin Amer-
ica, North America and Western
Europe.
' ni. oi Israel's outstanding re-
ligious leaders, Gen. Goren has
sei in! as 'iiH-f ('hapiain of Israi I's
d. feme fores since the War of
Independence In 1948. He wai
named Chief Rabbi of Tel Avi\
in 196R
A leading Talmudic scholar.
Gen Goren has compiled a special
prayer lunik for the Israel Army.
as w.-il as special Hagadah for
us.- at Passover seder services He
THE BOARD OF GOVERNORS
OF THE
SOUTH SHORE HOSPITAL
AND
MEDICAL CENTER
630 ALTON ROAD, Miami Beach
LARRY KING
MASTER Of CtREMONIF.5
Jflll i!< I I full
To ic-in with us at
THE HILTON PLAZA HOTEL
Sunday. March 9 lor Dinner at 7:30 p.m.
Cocktail and Reception at 6:30 p.m.
with
HonoraVIe Senator Honoring
CLAUDE DR. DAVID
PEPPER K. PINKS
FUrisVi trait StolMmii Sarftw r*rtci
SSSfri (Mil Sltrttr ** fuitr
In O prc^'om epand.n| te beds to a 2SO bud facility
Featuring Entertainer
EDDIE
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Greeting! From
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Phone 532-5481. Ed. 44
THERE IS NOTHING MORE IMPORTANT
THAN A HOSPITAL!
Ml Skwi Meisrtal il l F'*''1 cMnnity MMsBSS
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lot use in various situation:
red in ai m> life, both in
time and in time "I bal I le,
The Sal iti to Israel will
mi moi ati the 21st niversary ol
the State ..i I-1a< I To marl thi
D. isioi ,i spi rial progran ol
tertainmenl will be presented Ora
.if t1 .- highlight! l| thi
will 1- selections from the score ol
the Broadway musical Milk at I
Honey," performed by vocalists
Jan and IJlllan Bart B it Shi Id n
svill s.-i\c as masti i uf ceremo
The 1-"' b 5 rall> \vi!l Inaug it it.-
the fust uf M series of events in
'the Greater Miami area t" spur
the sale ol Israel Bonds during an
intensified 22-day period prior to
the four-day 1969 International
Conference at the Fontainebleau
Hotel, which iil begin Thursday,
Feb. Ti-
01N. SHIOMO GOKtM
Gen. Goren, whose extensive n
search in Jewish law as n applies speaker at
to the conduct .if personnel in the rally
armed forces constitutes the
.\i m>s Code >: Religi ..is
and Bcha\ lor. i I I"- the pr
the Saint.- to
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Friday. January 31. 19f"
Miami -Dade Forum Will Weigh
Positions Of Israel And Arabs
Philosophical Society, the M.tii.i- and the Henry t Huntingtor.
rial Foundation for Jewish Culture brary
f
-ymour I.iebman. author. edu-
ii and scholar, will be the
t speaker featured m a nine-
k stud} discussion program <>n
foreign policies, to get under
way at the Wolf son learning Re-
sources Center on the North Cam-
pus of Miami-Dade Junior CollSge
at 7 30 p.m Thursday, Fob. 6.
Entitled -Gnat Decisions 1^9."
Ih.- annual program, now in its
15Ul year, is offered nationally by
Foreign Policy aisorilatinn. a non-
partisan educational agency. At
M uni-Dadi North. the series is
offered through the Division of
Community Servicea.
"The Middle East CrWi What
Hope i"! Peace?" is the topic of
the first tu.) meetings, with James
sirmout UltMAM
ZOA Brandeis District
Rabbi As san ler S. Gross, prin-
cipal of the Hebrew Academy of
I itir Miami, will \- the .
ipeaker at an X p.m. M mday
ting of the Zionist
id in th.' VYai Federal
Auditorium. 1133 Normandy Dr..
Miami Beach, a. cording to an an-
: enl by Fzra Flnegold,
president.
Ratal, resident lecturer for the
Arab Information Center in the
Southeast United States, speaking
at the second of the two.
Rabbi Shmaryahu T. Swirsky.
who will moderate those sessions,
will speak at the third meeting on
Feb. 20. and moderate the ques-
tion and answer period His topic
wOl be The Common Origins of
the Arabs and the People of Is-
rael."
A long-time Ifkunsaa, Mr. Lir-b-
man retired from law practice sev
era! yean ago to take up history
He re Ived an advanced degree in
iry In Mexico, and has taucht
it the Unlversit) of the Americai
and the I'm.. : Miami He
lectured at B d< Univer-
i Hi !' m University and Flor-
ida Atlantic University.
Considered th. leading authority
on the history of Jews in Ijtin
America Mr Liebman has re-
ceived erants frem the Amerii
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Friday, January 31. 1969
Paqe 5-b
National Council Of Jewish Women
Slates Division Events On Wednesday
Division nio-titipi of the Greater
7v!iami Section, National Council ol
.'uish Woman art- scheduled for
.. t dneaday.

Bay Division will Ix^-it: its day
pt 10:30 a.m. in th.' Washington
Federal, 1133 Normandy Dr., Ml-
. i i. ach, with a itudy group
-ion of "The Hippie Move-
: nl and Its Ktf. el on th-' Jewish
Youth." Leading the discussion
nee oi Christians am) Jews ,
iiakc up the panel.
*
Mrs m, ivyne Sommers, presi-
lent of Indian Islands Division.
announces that -a Toasl to Youth'
will l the day's program, begin-
ning at 11:30 am. in the Algiers
Hoi i 2555 Collins Ave., with a
omplimentary wine hour and a
petite luncheon served at 12 10
p.m. Miami Beach High School's
Rabbi David Shapiro Will Address
Histadrut Women's Installation Lunch
be Rabbi Ralph Kingsley ol Thespians will presenl the after-
Temple Sinai ol North Dads A
!"\ lunch will be served at noon,
I Mowed by a business meeting and
\ lew of Pearl S Buck's book
New year," '>> Sophie Pri-
i ,ik Mrs. Philip Friedman Is prt -

< ..ml Division, led DJ Mrs Mel-
Shapiro, will m.ri ai 11:30 a.m.
Pythian Hall. Mil u Flad.i
S1 A hrunch will !>. served free to
embers, follow. noons program under the direc-
tion o| .lav Jensen.

The I.in..in Division meeting is
tcheduled for 12 30 p m. in the
Algiers Hotel, whrn coffo and
Danish will be served Th
speaker will be Mrs Aaron Kan
President is Mrs Cye W< chsk r.

Llfnch will W served when the
Shores Division ftum-Is at 11:30
a.m. in tin- w.stvuw Country
>... in in.- >>m\i. w vounirv
eetlng and panel discussion on Club. _v>oi n\v nuth St. Follow-
see Age Theorj and Stone Age
i aetice." A minister, rabbi and
-t from the National Confer-
Book Review Is Scheduled
The Joys of Yiddish" by Leo
}. aten will be the second l*>ok to
bt r. viewed by Rabbi Mayer
Abramowitz In the Book-of-the-
inch Club si ries : Temple
Mi "i ih'i Sisterhood, at u 30
I m. Wednesday in th. social hall,
SI and Carlyle Ave Miami
' n h
mc a business meeting after lunch,
l>r Judd Breakstone and State
s.n Robert Shevin vviii discuss
the medical and legal aspects of
th- proposed abortion law Mrs.
Philip Pearlman is pri sident.

Mrs JeroM J Schwarz, presi-
dent of South Dade Division, will
call the business met ting to order
u '. 30 a in., alter which I Wilson
Purdy, director of th. Dade Coun-
ty Public Safety Department, will
ipeak on th. topic. Is Dade
County Prepared for Riol Con-
trol?"
RABBI DAVID SHAPIRO
Kculimali Pioneer
Women To Hear
Mrs. Milton Gteen
Mrs. Milton Green, president ol
the Greater Miami Council of Pio-
neer W'om.n. will ix- guest speaker
at a meeting of the Kadimali
Chapter ot the organization, Mrs
Lillian Cohen, chapter president,
has announced. The time will lie
l p.m Wednesday, and the place
i- the home of Mrs. Isadore Born-
st, m 6642 SW tilst Ter.

The A viva Chanter will cele-
brate Jewish Musi.- Month at its
1 p.m. meeting Thursday, Peb, '..
in the Friendship Room of the
First Federal. 900 NE 125th St,
wh talk on "Development ol Hassidic
Music "
All proceeds of the croup's
luncheon-card party which was to
N held in the Washington Federal
Auditorium. t".99 NE 167th St .
North Miami Beach, on Thursday
will no for the care of women and
children r !
Ral hi I lav id Sha| ii o, spiritual
1. i !. i .a Temftk Sslai in Bolly-
W.h.,1 fen the past 17 y.ars. wiil he
the principal speaker at the an-
nual installation of the Women's
Division ol the Israel Histadrut
Council of South Florida Wednes-
day afternoon. The luncheon meet-
ing is scheduled to begin at noon
in the Eden Roc Hot. I. Miami
Beach.
Miami lawyer Gerald Kogan, a
former assistant state attorney for
Dade County, will serve as install-
ing officer when Mrs Jack V.
si. in assumes the office ol presi-
dent of the won anizati"'
Cantor Rita Shore of Temple Ju-
d. a heads the entertainment pro-
gram.
Rabbi Shapiro who last yeai
completed his .'loth y.ar in the
rabbinati w as i ..i n in Jerusa
and is the fourth generation of an
un roken chain of rabbis on both
Ins mother's and lath, i -
A graduate .! New York Uni-
\> rsitj he was admitted to Ihe
Ni 'a York Siai. Bar In 1933. and
has s. rved as Midwestern direel >i
of ill- Americai Jewish Congress
During Isia.r, first threi years ol
Independence he was chairman .>t
th. United Jewish Appeal in Wis-
consin and Upper Michigan, and
i -.s s, rved as i.il.l.i in Ci,. i. .
B< loit, Wis.
I':, sidi nt of the s lutheast
gi <: i.i. Zionist i irganizatio
Am. in-;:. Rabbi Shapiro Is a
i board chairman ..f the Z
i n and a past president ol I
Rabbinical Association ol Gn
Miami.
A membi r <>i the Commute
100 I f Hollywood, the Plow; '
County Well.ire Hoard and
Rotarj i 'luh. throughout his tei
at Temple Sinai he has beei
the forefront of J. wish and i
s. ctarian campaigns
Thi i iisi idrut Women's I m\ is
i 'or unit of the n oi gan
;: Fl .I n'.a Council headed
I 'i Michai I Sossin, will aid in
nt campaign to build
equip the Creator Miami Met
I I ter in Kami. h. Israel.
Mrs. Geiger Is Speaker
Mrs Edythi ''. ions
rector of the American Friend '
the Hebri w l Iniverslty, will
. si speaker at a meeting ol
t, v, ish War V'eti I a-. Mi
i i i i si and Auxiliaiy No
he Amei ican Legion Hall,
A.lon Rd., Miami Beach at 8
rsday, Feb. 6
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Friday. January 31. 1953
&*tbout people and Jr/i
Till OLD MEMBI as MEET Till: \t.\v
\ v try Club H|
Mas held s t th
I meet the new ones Thrilllr

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' I the
t th > >unger
V Mr
M Mr. and M
Mr. ai
Mrs V
in I Mrs. S Mr. and
M \ .v n
Mr. ai Mrs. Will
:'.;-.' K I who
r own n sons
'
SHE'LL < Ml M XT MAY
I '.. in town foi
ih 5a ., \< 1

tmenl I y were I ol tin ir
V'icki an i J 1 Frie Iman and thi 1
ia, M'here
Ihty movie \. B Toklaa, I Love
d ling rturin:; the
irk< (i 1 h.iwn t
sueh 1 mui -..,. ainoc I heand Cantor
Mi Bench." Tnej
ten xhr saw it WAS Canton Kefenwr!
Dining at Cnmndler's the Levim ,md w>>ift* mot
Lu le and George Tnlinnoff, who had brought
m and Mi-s. Harry Rixon. Oorei -. attar and
her husband, from Forest Kills, LI. NY. Th>'
aces
turn in Mas to occupy their
iew ;> tmenl
VVBI4 II \x \\HI< It?
The ;:-' speaker the K. leration ->i Jewish
Iwu ma ii- president was
! hen I m ;: m n
r the /
M Snap
" B : m terril ut when I got
' n to it tend ;i cocktail hour in I
. who m u here for th."
lion Worn n 1 Dh i-
We k I c 1 dd i n member which
was whicl
th Mr Shapiro I y. Mi
home ol
Sue S ned to be
ttal :.. nd Dotl
Dr. Art
. to -;.\ In llo to
*t returned to Mexico Dotty, who
: k'- ^; niiu.it
ol her
II and
' rok......r then nccessil iting ;i m id ish for
! Much a I I ive M irth 1.
'hough, -'1...... even h \. 1 taste ol mine no
one cm make fresh kun ......, like Del
1 Mrs. R Rubin.
Other Ik.-: in the crowd M ui i Mrs
''/. Mr and Mn B irtoo 1- vey,
Mi-, and Mrs Edwin Opnsnhoim, Mr. and Mrs.
Litt, Mr and Mrs Howard Trim, Mr
and Mn Blton Kerness and Mrs. Florence
a ierti
Frances lehmoi"
To those who expressed their sympathy in so many
beautiful and practical ways during their recent
bereavement, on the passing of
PHILIP F. THAU
we extend oor heartfelt thanks.
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Friday- January 31, 1969
**/# ThrHi tr
Paqe 7-B
Pane! members to be featured at the annual forum of the
M./rachi Women's Organization Sunday at 8 p.m. in the
r'ontainebleau Hotel include (from left) Judge George H.
:i. professor cf law at the University ol Miami. Rabbi
Simeon Kobrmetz. Hillel director at the university, and
Michael A. Katz. Israel consultant for South Florida.
K.ihhi Lipxhilz To Grcat Books Discussion
\\v Guest Speaker
Kabl Mux A Lipschitz, si.ir-
k r >! I'.- th Torah Con-
it North Miami Beach, is
o be the gusal speaker at the
>i iin islon t the [natitute of
idaisn al Temple Zamora, Coral
i ibl< s which ill held al 8
" I sdaj ii the U mple. His
..:.] be "Was Hauiilism a
ami Was Baal Shem To*.
hi Pii Rebel*"
siitutc is sponsored bj
isl R ;......i ihc Fi il< i-
tion Men Clubs ol the United
ue ol \ rl i
Go< in. a Kausi, par! I" will Im'
he topk ui the Gn al Books Dis-
ussion Group in the Miami Beat h
Public Library, 2100 Collins Ave.,
it 7:30 p.m. Wedneaday.
Sisterhood Concert Sunday
The Sim.iIi.hhI of Temple Or
.'loin win sponsor a concerl fea-
turing the "Sing <'lit Miami"
roup al p.m. Sunday in the
luditorium ol the temple, 8755
SW 16th St
TE.HPLE BETH TOV was to hold
a ard pai Ij al 8 p m Thuradaj,
OPENS TOMORROW
FEB. l,to FEB. 6
OPEN 12 NOON to 10:30 P.M. LAST NITI Til 6 P.M.
D. S. CLARKE PRESENTS:
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Admission $1.25 Hours 1:00 to 11:00 p.m.
All Merchandise Shown For The First Time
Mr. And Mrs. Max Heimowitz To Be
Honored By Sky Lake Synagogue
Mr. ai 'I M- Max if. ImoM-itz
a,n be guests of honor at
third ai nual tiinm r ol Skj Laki
5 nagog ie to be h< Id al th !> au-
? ille i|..i. I, Miami B. ai h Sui
'' in Feb. II irdins. to ai
announccm nl made this wc< k bj
Vbe Panzer, n iid< nl ..f the N I
I I:. ach i itioi
Rabbi Jonah I. < 'apian, spiritual
k r ..i i
pas. tribute I tl ;ursts ol hi
ui.I gn otings will l i-xt i bj
Mr Pan/, i in i) hall .ii the
zregatioi and Mrs L o \. Ison,
ud pn sident. Music for
lancing will i providi d bj Fr< .1
Zucker and his band
Nativi i| \, \( v,,i k ("i: Mi
Mrs Hi imowitz have lived in
Miami an a foi s, \, j
lers and i hai li i mi m-
bers ..i Skj Lake S An
ii live member .>i the Rialystoker
Synagog ii Mi. H. imowitz served
as its presidi nl before coming to
Miami a graduate of the Rabbi
Jacob Jos. ; h School, he is one ol
its staunches) supporters and con-
tinuea t.. serve on the board ol
in-.', tors "i his alma mat
chooI nun.)!in" n i the "Alnm-
s ol the v. ii in I960 II- il
I ..!,% & i -.,,1
Mi
I owit/ i the
Ja \. w Yoi I.
nil I [ebn w I ich rs C'olleg. as
reas -
II- and In- G who serves
n llw boai-I ol din ctors ol Sk\
Lake s
nan
if a fund raisii It of I
Sisterhood, iav on< d I
Sandi i (Mrs Alai Cole, and two
t.-lul.il. i Jeffrej and I-



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The),
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Yiddish Novelist Is i
YIVO Speaker
Cliaim Grade,
[wet, novelist -
guest speaker .'i
i'i Temple Reth
famed Yiddish
lecturer, \% ill be
a VI\'. i forum
Shoiom, Miami
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Beach, al 8 p.m. Saturday. His '
subject w ill be Lsrai I Its People, *
Ms Land and Its Flora
Mr Grade will also speak al *
Temple Beth Shoiom at 8
Sundaj !'. h 9
will t>. "Probk ms ol
itun
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when Ins ,i J
Ji m ish Liter- ?
S. Ill BOK
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Introduction by
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Friday. lanuarr 31. 1961
Sunday Ceremony For Susan Greene i
AUMtlT
' i > -
lou : N \
::i th.-
-h-- got ii
-
at botli -h Art
m.i IK Student Art I.. .
\\>!l u ii the Art M seum She
the a x
Art \i.in! anil knew -
modiurr. when ah start-
l a irk ng with oils The reason
shi like* to paint > >; th it
tnd aha kei paint
movement ani ictl
She m.-t tho r>.'ichi>ir boy >n.it really a clow neighbor
cks rwaj. i when the was 15 and h. 17
Th-\ lated all throuj, red in biolog) and
art it New York Universityi ind married th tame week
sh,- graduated Gene u studying to heoroo a Burgeon
H- | : Iris Ph D it B Ston Medical School his M.D. at
Duke an.) completed his surgical training in N'.-w York.
where Mirk now 11. waj bom. Audrey knowing that ,irt
n unreliable way to mike a living, became a path
technician and worked wherever One was attending ten i i]
With school behind him. Gene joined the Air Force.
hntnming i career officer. When tbev wem sent to Japan
they f-jund an BBCWng new way ->( life, with every day a
learning exparieno*. Mark quickly became fluent in Japa-
nese. A child learns a language more quickly. Audrey said,
but can forget jllSl a* quickly They took their vacations
in Hong Kong, the Philippines. Saigon. Bangkok ind in
India, where Audrey said she fell she h | Nt.-,>pcd back a
tonaand ymn in history.
Audrey studied tho Japanese culture, so different from
ours, and the Sumic form of Japanese art a brush and ink
technique She exhibited her oil paintings in the Tokyo
Matknal Art Galleries.
In the Air Force, your friends* take the place of the
family you are separated from, si you make friends and
keep then.. Audrey still keeps in touch with the frlei b
they msMh in Boston, N -w Orleans, North Carolina J
npa, which w -. their home for three years after
the) were transferred I M icDill A.FB from Japan. It
in Tampa that Audrey began teaching oil painting and
free-lanced in g ..... Air 1
Thi fast I ex I i led
time had come t sett n and mal
hon : the Vit Forei nd thi % i ne I i
uni. whicn the) fell haa t to
and ipsned an Here the)
lew likes t U and have joined the
Philharmonic, and \ In
- '. Sh
:. progran I exhibitkx at Cedars
of LH nor Hospital and has set up her owi i at
home thankful t el tay-j ut."
- workin on i p liki >
completed this aumn trict hours The
illustration of th< two chillr n'i biks ju-t p
RaM M rr K p r an.i h.- wif.> Lenore. a pro I 'hat
required a picture m color on each page, meant perfecting
a new the overlay ol water colon, and didn't
leavi her much tim- to .rk an her own paintings, but
BSfct did manage to complete ind tell frVS of them The
books "God'i Wonderful vv rid"' ind MDehbie and Joe) In
God's World h ivi had excellent ng her work
gre H deal of er.
Her husband and s m are in love with her work as
well aa with her If Gene fet Is ~he Isn't spending enough
udio. he gently nudges her Though bar itOdko
k is Benasdrnea a little iporadic, U she is excited about
what she is doing she will forget the time and work far
into the night Although tiny still find great delight in
travel and manage a trip to foreign shores at least once a
year, Audrey gre..' > en] iys -m able to swim and hiev
'her and the th>- feelmg of permanent she gets from
living in one place Their thin-" though is walking down
ing the challenge of a new cult::
iwt
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MKS. STlPHtN SCHAfftt
Sharon Perlman.
Stephen Schaffer
Repent Their Vows
At Temple Bi tfi Raphael Satur-
evening. Jan 25 Sharon Anne
P-T'man and Stephen Schaffer re-
peated their marriage vows Rabbi
David Raab jierfornvd the X t> m.
ceremonv. which was followed by
a reception at the Doral Beach
Hotel
The bride, whose parents nr-
Mr and Mrs. Morton J. Perlman
of Chicago, is a graduate of Drake
University in r>-s Mnliaa Iowa.
where she was a memU-r of Aloha
1 ;>silon Phi sorority. Her husband
the son of Mr. and Mrs Henry
, Schaffer. fW25 Collins Ave.. Miami
1 Beach, is a graduate of the I'ni-
' versity of Miami and Ohio State
University, when' he was a mem-
ber of Alpha Kusilon Pi fraternitv.
He is president of a Hialeah opti-
cal company.
The bride, who chose a short
^own of jeweled lace and carried
nosegay of white roses and lily of
' the valley, was attended by .Mrs
. Joel Schaffer. who served as ma-
tron of honor. Joel Schaffer was
best man for the groom.
After a honeymoon in Aruha.
the couple will make th- ir home in
Miami B- ach.
Susan Jane Greene became the
bride of Sheldon B. Surloff Sun-
day, Fch. 2. at Temple Beth Am
Rabbi Ralph Kingsse* performed
, the 2 p.m. cer mjoy, which as
followed b) a reception at the
temple.
Thi ter of v.r. and Mrs
David B Gn 1020 NE 147th
St North Mian it h a
Imnii Si

Mrs Kenneth
C. Surlofl
'
it Robin Gn
ind Ai
w -mer K .
M*S. SNftDON 8 SUflOff
Best ma is Ja
Miami \^ hi n the) r. I
:! will live in Soutl nej trip up North
Bonnie Jill Kalish Mark's Bride-Elect
LEO HOHAUSER
PLUMBING
C0WTt/CTN6 *lPtlHHC
Srrvinq Out* Cawntv 0er IS Teort
1811 S.W. 14th ST. Ml 6-990-1
LADIES
Select your new Wit or Hair piece
in )ior home, lowest r>ite$, Best
Quality. Coll lor information on
now to roccivt a FREE 100
Human Hair Wia. 751 3249.
MUSIC FOR ALL
OCCASIONS
THE 3 SISTERS & PATSY
Phone 634-7987
ELIAS DIAMOND CUTTING
do rou havi AMr eaoKtn,
CHIPPID 09 010 fASHIONID
CUT DIAMONDS?
NAVE IT ttPAIKO AT fACTOKr
tSTAUSHCD 1*24.
gtfr oEa mm mAMWAaunit.
Iioao 37-73"7
LADIES turn your "don't
needs" and "can't wear's"
into cash. ACT II
1352 Washington Ave.
Phone 5340001
mm Bonmt mi cat /sh
50th Anniversary
Mr. and Mrs faaaort Roscnian
b hiat.il thnr Wth wedding an-
niversaryat th. Sterling Hotel this
W k
A retired shirt manufacturer
Mr P. ... -ran n i ; h.il.ti thropist
who devote* particular attention
laritable causes in Israel He
Mr anil Mrs I^-onard J Ka
i7" SW 69th Ter South Mia-
i ,. nt "t
nie Jill, to Mark 3
Wi i I >r. arxl Mi.
Hat Id Wei man. fii-T'
Cora C ibk -
Miss Kalish. who gra-luat
: ithweat High sh>..
-1 ni i imega Dt ita p-
s .- now .-< j .' im at the I r.;-
sit> ol South K. irida, wni re sni
majoring in special education
A grad late of Coral Gables IIu i
S ->l Mr Wi-brnar. attended I
-i it) of .-south Florida, wan
i member of th<- z*ta B>'f*
'I'ai fraternity, arxl i; ;>rr.-nt /
attending th-- Universit) of Mian i
ma k>i ing In bush
rnpuarr prograiiwang
As > t no wedding date has t>-
s. t
For Thf Hoscmaib
has ata i made atzabst w Jewish "l ration in thts countrj
to Tn. m brew Academy, araong
others.
T>i- Ro who visit Mrs "
ai i mat i 5j 0.0 i

photographic
j or traits by
A valuedgtfl.^
A Priceless treasure
0r Mew l.r.#;0n-923 *THUt COOFttr R0A0. MIAMI itACH
T...phones JE 1-1872 and 534-4930
2.,^rr-^^sjr
I
"For the personal Professional Touch"
CALL SYLVIA MIISEN
WtDDING FtOtAJ C0f$(/irA*T
I
:; wiodingnoeai consultant n 23231 &
{ FLOWERS by I
BLOSSOM SHOP
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757-3145


1
idaj, January 31. 1969
+ kmisrrh,rti*>r
Pacf 9-B
rcheologist Will
ive Temple Israel
imonhoff Lecture
|>r Cv:s H. Gordon, an Inter*
|t tonal, dtstlngutahed srholar in
tar r..-l stiidirs. will Ik- this
tor's s nk'r for the annual
hrry S lonboif Memorial Lac-
I ai Maurice CJtisman In-
thi* Clergy at Temple
, i In :> i Miami, under
liibhi .' septa R Narot'i leader-
flip :>: L9th yeai
"Hebi > 'ii {tan i e So irce of
I ii | ',. W III : tl* -...liii il ol
k: (; ,n's iii .t> in the late
l.ii rj KWihoff, J' w i>h b I
w ho a aa an outstand-
,n i of < In ater Miami f'r
i al '. .i m Sundaj In
m in. h i- ";x'ti to the
Ik
iy, 1 G irdon will
.^ ral I Pro' itant,
\' '. J. w i!i clergj of the
k, di \g the annual I Suaman
Mitut ir the I '. Tgy. His morn-
i in the main sanctuary
r. : Israi I will in. on "The
i i "hai actei ol the I iaa-
f owing lunch, Dr Gordon
rtu n The New Kast in
It or k i Perspective" in the
rris I Wolfson Auditorium.
newspaper atoriea have
ii,-i. the role Dr. Gordon ta
the itudj "i antiquities
icovery of ;i Phoenician
Hra/il which puts the
iir- l in an entirely new
Torah Vodaath Honors
Mr., Mrs. Eisenberg
I K vi i i:i.i> SPEAKERS at a 9
a.m. breakfast meeting of tn<*
1500 Men's Club of Forte Tow Sunday will U; James \V.
Kidney. John ft. Test and
K. Hovey.
-
.mi
hh
n
gins
ih/at
nt
Jhaii
!- tit. I
.in of the Department of
wan Studies at Hran-
eraity, he has spent many
!. ii the Near East in ucheo-
jca ploratlon and excavation
il in, di hi* varied ttudlea of
an SI part ol the panorama
hist
ii* ; licatiorn cover art. ar-
iii law. religion and lan-
i Include the first de-
led grammar and dictionary ol
Ugarijea iMeVtefce. He Ls dfct-
guisl : among other things, fur
teetod in the Ugaritlc
Met! major link between early
brew, and pre-elassieal Greek
erati
Archl -'iop C'oleman F. Carroll
III Sp it the luiH-hcon in l-
t ill ol ie Roman Catholic Dio-
< so Ri Tbedford Johnson wUI
;ik Ik hall of the Protestant
ol Churabes.
*.B. AND MRS. HCRMA t EISENBERG
'Jews Of Australia'
Is Topic Of Lecture
'iii. .1. s ,,i Australia, Singa-
pore and India" la I m subjet I ol a
talk to i' pus. ni,.,i by Samuel
Abrahams author, lawyer and
world traveler al 10 30 a.m. Sun-
day ill Temple Beth Sholoin. 4144
Chase Ave., Miami Beach, accord-
ing to i Joint announcement made
by Brotherhood president James s.
Knopfce and Sisterhood president
Mis. Harold Zinn.
In Miami for a two-month lec-
ture series on his recent trip to
Israel. India. Nepal. Singapore,
Australia New Zealand and the
South Pacific, Mr Abrahams, ap-
pearing as part of the "Coffee,
Conversation and Culture" pro-
im sponsored by Temple Beth
Sholom'l Sisterhood and Brother-
hood, will illustrate his lectures
with a larj;e assortment of colored
slides depleting icanas and par*
onalltlta Of Jewish interest.
RabU Leon Kronish is spiritual
leader of Temple Beth Shalom.
imp ^>pot
UOU
Mr. and Mrs Herman KisenlHTg.
Miami Beach Civic and religious
Naders, will he honored for 51
years ut public service at the 51sl
annivi rsarj dinner of Yeahiva and
M< tivta Torah Vodaath of Brook-
lyn al the I', auvllle Hotel Sunday,
1-. -i, 11
Mr. Eisenberg showed his Inter-
Ii ..inriiur.il affairs early, and
inu< il his dedication to Ins
"i Ii .in I ins count .'i nit
~ In 1918 hi joi
I.- a ol J< m ish v.i .'ii. the Na-
ti ii a Co II hi Young Isi
btcami an honorary Sc lutmastei
u is nal i\ N< >. Vni i; ( ii .
A gi of the Jacob Jot
School and the N< w Vm k I fni
Si tool ol Commerce, in I
Mr. ias. .... i i Hartford,
Conn., where he engaged In busi-
ness His interests, however, ex-
ii mil d to all facets of the commu-
nity, lb served as a membei of the
retail board of the Chamber of
Commerce, on the board ol the
Hartford Jewish Federation and as
chairman of the Community Chest
and the Bed Cross He was a
founder of the Young Israel of
Hartford ami the Yeshiva of Hart-
ford, and served as the school's
lust president for 13 years,
Herman and Jean Eisenberg did
not abandon their Interest in Jew-
ish education when they came to
Mi.mil Beach in 1953. Mr. Eisen-
berg assumed the position of ex-
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ecutive director Miami Hebrew Academy, later be-
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thi- Hebrew Theological College
and Jew i .i I Inivi i Bitj ol An* rii a
Lokle, III.
' VV< ai' indeed ; md to n
the ui sual a< hl< \. m nts ol
pi T I Ji w '.-iii ht. in Amer-
i
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Our imported musicof
G.iirio girl %pint
gractully to on Or-
itntal tun.. Standing
14 i inch.$ tall, she is
dressed in an authen-
tic brocaded Icimono
of vibrant colors. An
.xquiiit* touch of Far
Eastern mystique.
$22.
0*'l S.3ck -<(
Htiir-M* *<>! '
I s .-.i e c ... CcuMiy C for
'good grooming'
RENT
your wedding
attire

Flattering fashions for
formal and semi-formal,
daytime and evening cere-
monies. Correctly coordi-
nated accessories. And. it
costs less than you'd ex-
pect, to rent.
Free wedding advisory
service
CLEARANCE
ASSORTED
PERMANENT PRESS
TURTLENECK
SHIRTS
All WITH FRENCH
CUFfS. VAL TO 12 9S
6
95
RENTALS SALES
fin M0I I EVES til I
FORMAL WEAR
810 N.E. 125th ST.
758-4774
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Dage 10-B
If**/** fhrHitr
Friday. January 31.
IT'S SO NEAR MIAMI BEACH
STUDIO APARTMENT frt* $12,990
1 IEDR00M-1 BATH fr.. $15,490
1 BEDROOM-IV2 BATH fr.. $16,990
Total Monthly
PAYMENTS FROM
137
00
ic/. MoinJenooce, Principal. Taxes Interest.
FURNISHED MOOELS OPEN 10 A.M.-5 P.M.
Phone: 891-1533
Kitchens by -i^TFtJaOifxt"
3 BLOCKS WEST OF BlSCAYNE BLVD. N.E. 126th ST.
HOLLYWOOD
Exotic Pool Home
SoiC'Ous 4 bedroom 2 batht.
rctr.c pool home? on ful-
ly lardftc iped comer lot r
ir gj'..ii- KhO>Otfl near hy
Many txtrajt E(>t- section
of Pf kr Pines No City
taies. you mu*t *? to ar
Call 9 ?7\0 for appoint tni
Prmcpa:* Only
$1,200 PER UNIT
BID hot Broword County
looid and ready to go with
wotn and sewers to site.
Preliminary drawings ap-
proved by city for over 300
nits. Bup outright or per-
centage available. Financial
principals only. 665-9789.
SOUTHWEST HOME
2 Blacks Cora Way,
Publix, Crond Union.
Mwftoom 1 bath Fla. Room
garage, air cond. and Heated.
Sprinkler System. S1S.S00 -
Halt Cosh. Call HI 4-4929.
M 0 D f I N
Professional Building
100 RENTED. Fully Air Cond.
and heated. Top tenonts
long leases securities. In-
stitutional 6 mortgage. Call
865 321 S Exclusive. Realtor.
FOR SALE
CONDOMINIUM
MOORINGS AT SKYLAKE
DELUXE 2 bedroom 2 bath
corner Apt.. Lakefront, many
buirt-in extras, must be seen
to be appreciated. S29.000.
94S-9837.
Rare Country House
Plus 2 Extra Lots
Spacious 3 bet.roim, 2 bath,
extra large eat-in kitchen,
fireplace, many extras. 1
block north of Sterling Rd.
near schools, shopping. Em-
erald Hills Coif Course. A
reol buy at S30.S00. For
sore information call Lea
Rome I eves. 987-4822. Brond
Moor* Realty 2S1S Hywd.
Blvd. 927 1616,
Miami 949 5100.
Biscayne Blvd. Site
200 FT. frontage east side of
Biscay nt Blvd. at N.E. 24 St.
Through block to 4 Ave. 41,
000 St| Ft, Zoned C 1 hi
rise prime location for
commercial professional
bwildinq hotel, motel, res
touront Etc. R. V. Wetter*,
an owner 3131 Segovia 443-
4721 cr your realtor.
INVESTORS
Bored with the overoae busi-
ness for sale? Through a
new scientific and profession-
al approach IDiC can assure
you results in securing for
yu the investment or busi-
ness you're lookina for. let
us assist you in filling your
needs now. Call Miami 944-
2351 or Ft. Lauderdale
5634377.
To Address JNF's
Semi-Annual Meet
Sh FJtu mi i' one ni
Influential British ^ i
bei "I I'.-ii liamenf. win t*
principed ;it the emi-
' n jsh N
tumal Fun.l. which "ill lx- held at
the Fonl t< I Feb 5 at
8 p.m Judge Harold B Spacl will
. man ol the rw ting.
i:. -i 1.1 beii ni Pai -
i m. Sii Baroi tt hai held post*
;i- magistrate?. |udge, president of
the /.lotist F< deration >>t Gi
inrl In mil
SIR BAHMTT 7ANNER
Prestige Hardware and
Houseirvares Business 15
years of successful operat The finest operation of its
kind in Miami arfa Presttqe
location with prestige clnn.
tele of many years standing.
Owner retiring and will tra-n
purchaser Reports w 11 be
shown to qualified principals
by appointment only.
$?0.000 CASH for fixtures
and equipment. Inventory to
be negotiated as of sale date
Lease has 7' yer to run
average $435 per month. Call
Berkley Dougiis. Assoc now
for appointment. 7S8-3SS5
KEYES CO. 43rd Year
REALTORS
5132 BISCAVNE BLVD
Phone 'OS 3855
PRIME BUSINESS
PROPERTY
Donia Beach Blvd. 3 parcels,
(24,000, S21.000. $150 000
135' x 2000' Ocean Front-
age. East Coast Florida.
Edith Suess Realtor
1917 N.E. 168th ST.
NORTH MIAMI BUCK
949-1232 945 2638
281 UNIT SITE
READT GO CO
ZONEDJ>LANS VARIANCES
SI.500 PER UNIT
LUDLUM BIRD RD. AREA
CARMINE BRAVO. Realtor
Phono 754-4731
lir mediate
Actisn
CALL US IF
U NEED TO
SELL-
BUY-

MANAGED'
rVE RE SMALL
BUT BIG IN
SERVICE
RENE SMITH
REALTY
5551 E. 4th AVE.
681-7326
Here We Are Again!
THIS TIME THE CO BUILDERS OF POINT EAST ROYAL ATLANTIC PARK GARDENS -
MAR LIN GARDENS PRESENT
OCEAN POINT
CONDOMINIUM APTS.
ADULT OCEAWRONT CONDOMINIUM
Sales Office Now Open
ON THE OCEAN & FOURTH STREET. MIAMI BEACH
538-6556
DISTINCTIVE LUXURY CONSTRUCTION offeri9 all rJiese outstanding fMlwes.
loafs if closet spxe
Silent ligbt Switches
MJiDle window sills
Eat in kitcken
lowered clout (tors
Tmi own Private Tcrxt
Vinyl tile kitchen floors
Tiki baths and tile doors
Master TV intiMi outlet
Telephone service pre 011101
Alunvnum awning windows
lights in ell walk m closets
Circuit breaker panel beies
SELF SERVICE ELEVATORS
All wiring te buildings eniergrooo*
Trask disposal chutes en exk fleer
rluerescent luminous Kitckee Ceiling
All mica kitchen cabinets inl bath unities
fell mica II becksplask n kitcken
Wall to wall avion cupeling choice el color
Foam robber padding
lodindnairy coitioHed air conditional and beating
Choice of decorator ceerdmited color selection
Dressing alcove aad unity lone bedroom apartments i

Of* chnprr. too'
STUDIOS AND 1 IEDR00M APTS.
" 15,995
GENERAL*^ ELECTRIC
oJeffloaMoa-
"SET LIKE A JEWEL ONTHE EDGE


Jay. January 31.
1969
. ten itt Fkridian
Paqe 11B
CONDOMINUM
MUST IE SOLD
Gables location. Deluxe
. droom 2 both aft. in 4
building. 1,500 Sq. ft.
central oir-heot corpet
ond draperies included,
ce $28,000 with placed
, mortgage. Coll for ap-
artment 666 3206 or 118-
[02.
H0RE5 EIDREDGE REALTOR
Phone 448-3102
[lAND ANTIGUA,
BWI
lautiful Harbor land. 24
tm, Trott at lard Nelsons
prbor lor Hotel site. 20 Acre
t Volley Plontotion Sits
large Agriculture pro
ctions.
lire Islonds Toi Free In
Itrial Sites, for Further
>rmation contact F. R.
rron, Hollywood Beach
Ity.
584-5121
Ft. Lauderdale, Fla.
isiness Opportunity
JEWISH- AMERICAN
NEIOHBOftHOOO
catesson ond Cater Ser-
in S.W. shopping center,
ts 560,000 net SI 1.600.
sell Illness. Price $9,000
Terms.
iides Fixtures i Inventory
GONZALEZ REALTY
179 Coral Way 4457891
TEXACO
3 djny Colonial type station
faf lease. Good profit poten-
tial. Peid company trailing.
aVdtrs oceon waterway In
tafema oreo. H. W. Ingram
Phone 633-8516.
FREEPORT
LUCAYA
GRAND BAHAMAS
LOT 27, BLOCK SI *
IN YEOMAN WOOD
UNIT 2 FOR SALE
149 6Sj7 Call After 6 p.m.
AUTOMATIC
CAR WASH
T*?nkry installation by di-
traSutor of finest fully outo-
lic all brush equipment,
client financing. See in
ration at 15168 N.E. *
Aff. Universal Robot of Flo-
'to 9479713, No fronchise
fl
-
BUSINESS OPPORTUNITY
AMERICAN NUT
Sales Of So. Florida
6660 BISCAYNE BLVD.
MIAMI, FLORIDA
Part Time No Selling
EARN $600 monthly. 4 to 6
hours weekly easy and plea-
sant replacing inventory,
small investment. For ap-
pointment Call 757-1504.
SECLUDED 5 ACRES
3 Bedrooms. 2 baths 2 Cor
Garoge. large screened in
patio. Carport. Portly furnish-
ed. $35,000.
Velma S. Gray, Realtor
1135 N. KROVr
HOMFSTEAO FIOR'DA
Phone 2470857
BISCAYNE PARK
HOME
Be Yoar broker. 2 bedrooms
1 j baths, automatic sprinkl-
er. CBS, fruit trees, garage,
completely turn, ready to
move in, best landscape. Must
wo ta enjay. Gfre offer Call
and make an appointment.
Phone 759 1857.
2 Gorgeous Co-ops
On Fabulous GoMen Fst*. Ex-
quisite 2 bedroom 2 bath
apartment Buy adjoininq 1
bedroom or-f for mother or
maid. Recreation room, pool,
boat docking at your balcony.
For the discriminating per-
son, June Drake, Associate.
7S4-7BB7.
KEYES CO. 43rd Year
REALTORS
5132 Bisc. Blvd 758 3855
FOR SALE
RES1AURANT
Seafood, Doing Good
Business. Facing Beautiful
Biscoyne Bay.
$37,000
534 6153 or 594 7993
*
VENDING ROUTE
(ires few hours per week,
stment secured by in-
try. Total price $8,000.
rnational Business
Brokers Inc.
Dupont Plain Center,
Miami, Florida
Phone 377-9680
A untquo ifrueturo d"e
signed tor today1 A sec-
ond homo is really on in*
vestment in the good li'el
Weekends and vocation*
now retirement later.
Many strikingly hondsoma
mode's from which t#
chooso. All p-ec'S from A-frames to Chalets,
tc. Top quolity mo'erials
elected lor easy as-
sembly.
If voj've elwayt longed
for your own vocotion home
combined with a tcanie
totting, why woit? Send
SI.00 for our exciting
portfolio pocked with do-
toil* and design* to
ART NILSEN CO.
*&
1225 S Bisc.yne PI. Ad.
Miemi beech, Fla. 33141
fh
PROFIT AND SUNSHINE
ONCE IN t LIFETIME OPPORTUNITY
"FLORIDA LIVING"
ILL YEAR ROUND, PLUS OVER
*50,000
PER YEAR NET PROFIT WITH A
lM-mash
-j)
LUSIVE FRANCHISEE) LOCATION
Hi OFFER A NEW MARI
'._L3: TO THE FUll
CAR WASH INDUSTRY
-25.000 MINIMUM INVESTMENT
PRIME LOCATIONS N3W AYAIlABtt
P-lONt. WRIT! OR WIRE FCS 'fit COIOR frC -~
FILL-N-WASH CENTERS OF AMERICA, INC.
PHONE COLLECT 1-929-2313
NET NET
You Con
Eipi'd over S70.000 annually
With a
Fill-R-Up
Free
Car Wash
Franchise
Not Com Oprra'eH
But o Professional interior and
exterior tunnel type
Yes! You can expect over
$70,000 net
Minimum cash required S40.00Q
balance on liberal credit terms
Sck Area Franchise" Open
Call (305) 566-0869
or write National franchise director
ajp
SYSTEMS, INC.
. ; ., ; 1
laterfront Acres
Ready for an outstanding
high rise development
We also hove o 52 ere tract reody tor o qorden type de-
velopment Alto, we hove ocean front high rise sites ond
the last la'""'t high rise site below Lincoln Rood.
Why eel Mi Helen Steuwtrr., Associate,
oar expert eaeitieot sites el sues
Gene Snyder, Realtor
221 Sunny Isles Hva.. Ml jfMMj
APT. FOR RENT MIAMI BEACH
BRAND NEW. 1 BEDROOM, 1 > 2 BATH, SAUNA, POOL, WATER
FRONT, WASHER, DRTER. NEAR TEMPLE, ft 1 LOCATION.
CALL 864 011S
Business Opportunity
Carpet Concession
H!C"' Traffic Department
Store, Prime Location, Excel-
lent Earnings, Available Im-
mediately.
Call 757-8010
Beautiful Davie Area
21 ,-5-10 ACRE rani ,ind
csites located o-
rets, only $^.995 pel
for a sho^t time or'v
cash down 9 years to pay
CALL NOW
MR WYSOCKI .-.SSOCiATE
, E V L S | .
SMITH REALTY
Qrtffin Poeil. I
v in
Ft Laudei
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CAMPING EQUIPMENT
OUTFITTERS
TRAVEL TRAILERS
CAMPING TRAILERS
PICK UP CANOPIES
TENTS ACCESSORIES
CAMPERS PARADISE
9136 N.W. 21 Avt.
SOUTH MIAMI SUBURBAN
IDEAL FAMILY HOME
E. ol U.S. 1 oil Prlmctto
Schools, has 4 bedrooms, 7
baths, fomily room, centra
air, acre like new. lov.
40s. Call Mr. Van Vonno
Associate Res. 238 2.69.
KEYES CO. 43rd Year
Want Your
Own Business?
SERVICE STATION
Opportunity Available
20300 Old Cutler Road
Ambitious person will be
given paid training and
financial assistance.
Call Ray Budd
Atlantic
Richfield
945-5388 Days or
226-3075 Evenings
REALTORS
Kcndcll
66,-5a0:
MIAMI BEACH HOME
FOR SALE
4 Bedroom, 3'? baths, 20' >
40' pool transferred S 19,000
All offers considered. 7611
Center Bay Or. 758-9838.
Courteous Complete
24 Hour Service
LELA B. REED, Realtor
575 N.E. 125th Street
North Miami, Florida
Phone 751-1688
TRAILER PARK Flos, finest
investment. Cope oreu. Lge
Modern Pk. 530,000 income.
S15C.00O. Full Pr. on I $35,
000 dn. 6 Fin. 4T84. Assec
Von Burn, Mia 949 4902
SOUTHIANC REALTORS
1904 E. Oakland. Ft. Laud.
5652547
INVESTORS
About $14,000 cash can earn you
up to S35.00C A YEAR
Own your own franchised specialty restouront, join established
nationwide chain. Notarized profit stotements of mony
operating units prove they net S3,000 per month ond more
much more!
Experience not needed. Company guidance and troining guaran
teed. We will train a manager for you or manage it yoarseH
and keep manager's wages. Good credit $5,000 down, aboat
$9,000 more in the next few months, con get you in business.
Old estoblished, financially rated chain.
For interview and full information call; Robert Lear ot
446-0471 or send PHONE NUMBER, name and address to:
NATONAL DIRECTOR
1155 Mercantile Dallas Bldg
Dallas, Texas 75201
EXECUTIVE HOME
8455 S.W. 155 TERRACE
Beoutiul prestige home in Southwest oreo 20 minutes to city.
Close to old Cutler Rood and U S. 1.
4 large bedrooms with 3 delightfully differrnt baths large
living room with indirect lights. Ducted air and heat. Formal
dining room, a bar divider from kitchen to screened pa'io and
pool oreo. Oversiied 2 cor garage. Custom built Built- ns too
numerous to mention. Corner lot 143 xll2'. Make an offer on
this S60.C00 beauty.
CALl DON EVANS, ASSOCIATE 238 034: EVENINGS
DUNCAN REALTY, REALTORS 233-0341
naBINl SHOPPING CENTER
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, DD.S., Ralph
Aden, MO... Op. & Gyn Dr. Melvin P Deutch, Delta
Contac Lense Lab., and Drug Center Contact owner
Jerry Anapoi at 221-3331


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Umi Friday. January 31.. 19f?
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At TtrnpU- 23 S* r-ath mom-
Fcb 1. vu-h Kabbi A
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call
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Steinb
Mr ar.'l Ml el Joselotf.
iVfit of Sis:, rhooi'.. on Sat iraay.
1
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Bf Fta '- .'. ;i;.
n- pta -t in
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League baseball. He is a rwmhir
Mitchell Auoe I
I efcerf laxf
' Stetnkcrf Mara Sfeinfcero
MABA >ti:i\bkk;
I '.t.-i I>.-r ht.-r of Mr
; i Mn Sydnej Steinberg, will
!! i Baa MitzvaA Fi
evening Jan 31, at Temple Zi . : nta havi been mem-
ben I ~ \ .. .-,. v rin-l h- r father
i on th boa Ion.
A high "B" average itudenl in
. i mem-
a irroup.
Zion'i Re-
-

Mr
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lo/rtoc( loscnberg
Ro
[\ mpk '!: s v
Law rence'i ipoi
the Oneg ShaWjHt following the
l as well as
the Kkki ifter the services on
ami a tUnner-receptioo
in I. uill be held at the

Among relatives ami friends
expected to attend are his grand-
mother, Mra ElizabetJ nberg;
Mr. ami Mrs.
lham I It- ntz; h ami
uncles. Mr. ami Mrs Birt Wolf-
Mr. ami Mrs Martin Wolfaon
Mrs Marvin Flnkelsteii Clifford
nblatt an<1 Mrs George Ru-
(Unnan and her son. Rot* n. from
Brooklyn, N Y.

.\KY POJ'KIN
Gary s(,n of Mr and Mis Ralph
R Popkin. will became Bar Mitz-
\.in fat Temple Beta Shotom Sat-
urday morning, Feb. l
Gary is a Bl !' at Naul
Junior High School wmr. be
the eighth gra He will continue
atlon ir. the <' n-
firn ..-. .: i
T!
i
will al th" I
w it h

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BARKl s,( ||\v \i. |/
Barry
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Scott, son of Mr aad Mrs Nur-
T*r I^jdln of North Mia--: P-a*h. "
will l>cnn' Bai Satur-
ate*, K-b. 1. at Bath lo-art c'-nn-
gregai
Scott ha* been a sti ri-nt of the
Harold Wolk Rdimo-iy School for
- ani vs ill e Bltinui to
study in the Confirmation Class
of 1970.
Foll'wing '
Shall at. after*!' .1 b, family and
a ill be held
hoo

M!T< Hr.U. ASSAEL
Mitchell, son of M: and Mra.
Jacquea Assad of North Miami
Beach, will (. Mitzvah
Saturday morning, Fi I 1 at B th
i Congr< nl
Mitchi ittenda Hai I Wolfc
ReHgioua School and ia a at
at Jonn F Kennedy Junior Hich
>1. where r.>- la ;.: U* aeventh
grade
Mttchefl'i parenti ill host a
luncheon at th) Seville Hotel tn
his honor following the aervtcei
Hi~ maternal gramdparenta, Mr
imry t tpkin
tarry Schwarti
The Rabbi, Educational Director, Faculty
and entire Staff of
BETH DAVID RELIGIOUS SCHOOL
wish to extend a Hearty Mazel Tov
to
^ Hi: ana s. //r-?. on the occasion of their daughter leah'a
BAT MITZVA
Friday, February 1st at 7:30 p m. at
CONGREGATION BETH DAVID
"Maypthey Derive much Nachas from their Children"
TV SHOWS SET
FOR CJA DRIVE
Th. I law .atwn
of Gp at. r Miami has a
to !?-. U : ialf hoor
TV ; :nni: the
month ; FebruBi
Grcah ; Miami J- adah f""'-
:is 1969 I
Jewial
The
th of Pebruarj hav >
'
I*.i. Countj Mayor C
Hall as "Gnatei Miami .' -
ish V ration M th" and
the Rabbit
The Still
ippcai al 10
n m ach S inriav on WCKT-
: V i. i A to the
Fel -
and Mrs. Joseph Richman. Miami
B-ach. are expected to attend.

CAROLYN FINKKI.S.TEIN
Carolyn Roae, daqghter of Mr
and Mrs Alfr- le Has Mitzvah Fuday evening,
Jan. 31, when she will eonducl th-
Frtdaj i it Temple
Beth Tov
1 u oi>n is an iL-hth gra li
dent at w.st Miami Junior High
School, when she playi violin In
the i 'or ',a.
Tli' pti n fol-
will bi hoati d
iiy Ikr parents An ng thi
will i- h i grandmi '-.
' .

Mi Bl '
liicaga

ROB1 BT LONG
lit

.: _\
Kiddush
'
friend ted I
\ i and
er. Henry Shi will
n eel oral
>
LEAH BBBM \\
I.' ah Rochi : Mr
Herat i Bermai
BW 18th >'
Mitzvah al >
tion on Sal Feb. 1.
a m mb i ol Bi th I ., id'i rsv
1 il li doah
Funior H ioI, win n ih i-
ir. t ;
A reception in I
t will u- h< Id In i id'i
tor Hall An honored
attending n i k bration
i!l nta, Mr
An C Gok mbknvaki.

JOY STK.RM.MH
Joy, daughter ol Mr. and Mra.
Sol Sternletb, will observt bet
Has Mitzvah at Beth Torah Con-
ation Friday evening, Jan. ;u.
Jqy, who has attended Harold
ma s. boo! for a in
yeara, will continue bar studies.
folntng the ConflrmatJon ("lass of
l"7(l
Relatives and fin nds will attend
the Oneg Shabbal following the
Bervicea, which will he hosted m
honor of the celebrant.
'Oiildren Of The Exodus'
At th' mi ting of I
f Knesel Israel C
gatjon at i pin Tueaday ii '
synagog ; a cial hall, tin wi
Bcclaimed film. "Children of the
f \,; I by Zero M< atel,
will ue shown.
Tu Bishvat Consecration
A D ''' i I '' '
f:iv' .-i.i:. : r:ts of Young fl
rael of Greater Miami Ri ligtoua
School will he held as |>art of a
. Tu Bishvat program m l" u
Sundaj Next week has been dta-
ignated as "Open Claas" week at
the stImxJ
Wanted
POUITRY
SHOHET
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P.O. Bo. 13, Minii Beock 39 Fit
94S 9511 B* 866-4866
HAVE YOUR NEXT AFFAIR
Aboard a luxurious yacht. Up(
'to 100 people. Call 531-0572
Dneof Israel s Stalwarts,
a true legend in his own
time for his part in the
unbelievable termina-
tion of the six day war.
Brilliant, Forceable, and
thoroughly dedicated.
A MAN TO
REMEMBER
FINISHED IN ANTIQUE STONE
Size 8'4 inches Tall
Send $9.50
Check or Money Order to:
BEACH BARON INC.
P O. Box 4121
Miami Beach, Florida
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2429 KmM Bl.i
Brw.a 922-1415
161 0111 > 941 4122
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FINISHING SCHOOL
45 AlMEtlA AVINUC
COtAl CABUS
SI. KINDMCAtTfN
il. KfNOfKAITfN NtllSttT
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CALL
448-7521
JUST WHAT IHt
DOCTORS ORDERED!
MCDICAl ASSISTANT a
mo* ai siciETAir coutsts
ADELPHI SCHOOLS
0bl*
444 8828
N. Mior-
757 762 3
he If
WIDOWER
FROM CHICAGO
would like a position as Casrt
r. Please write to J. M Shore
401 W. 30th Street Miami
Bach, Florida 33140.
CANTOR
BEAUTIFUL TEN0C VOKf
Musical, good "Davener, alio
Bar Mi.'tva readier, will-
temporary or all yei -oi .
position. JE 2-1036.
WANTED
MATUII MO'JStHfEPW-COV'AN s
lor eUrrly arthritic WWMBB). I (
in. omii room. mc h*mt 5<> l*ct
S60 w*k. NflfBOCW. 171-71
CANTOR-BARITONE
RAEBI-BAAIK03EH
HEBREW TEACHER
*e*k Jynogojut or hotel 'jr P-
over, Soofco'h or yearly aatiti
Coll 865 t.836.
REVEREND
INTERESTED IN GIVING
HEBREW LESSONS
And preparinq for Bar I Hji M
vo. Prlate Lfssons at yo.r ho
if desired. Pleoje call 8.>: 026
CAll YOUR
Hsnfiyman
"IRISH Al."
PAINT YOUR HOUSE
MOW YOUR IAWN
CLEAN YOUR AHIC
OR GARAGE
WASH WINDOWS
ETC ETC ETC
CREW OF 3
EXPERIENCED MEN
Quick Efficient Service
Call 947-1896
^
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12600 BISCAYNE EtOUlEVABO
PHONE 191-9187
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January 31. 1969
+Jcnist> FkrMiir
Paae 13-B
^op Conservative Leaders In Forum Series
ctionally prominent Jew- books as "Assignment in Israel."
s I. Aden v*. ill speak on Dr. ManrlHImnm has served on the
What I>o You Want pf fatuity of the seminary's Rabolni-
'during the sixth amiiihl <*al School as professor of homi-
nanu-KI Sunday Morn- letics.
,;iast Forum mta open- A former president of the Rah-
btnical Association of America, the
\i iiinu program will lea-----------------------------____.___________
IreseotaUon on "Judaism
Generation Gap'* by Rabbi
,uills, seminary professor
:, the Jewish Theological
of Anwrica who for
[decade served as adjunct
of religion at Columbia
according to Perry
Mi-mini of Temple ESmanu-
itator of the breakfasts
N' held in the congre-
(octal hall 1701 Wash inr-
.iii suoceastve Sunday
national association of th- I'on-
servative rabbinate, Dr. QonJts is
onsidered one of the most articu-
late Spokesmen for American
Jewry. He i.s past president of the
Synagogue Council of America,
the overall body representing all
wings i>t .ViiiTforan Judaism Or-
thodox Conservative and Reform.
an.i has been \ isitw.i professor of
old Testament at Union Tneologi-
cal Seminary, a leading Protestant
institution In New York.
"We are pleased t,, have assem-
bled such an array of top religious
talent for the Sunday morning
-i ries Mr. Kaye said. "Thoy rep-
resent differi hi put complimentary
ve'w- at I meet ccn^pl question
in Judaism today ansrwe expect
to attract a cross-section of age
including teenagers, for
this highlight ol our adult educa-
tion program."
is Rabbi Irving I-chr-
leader of Miami
)i -i -. nagogue.
Ar/t. vice chancellor of
Theol igical Seminary
a for is yean, srill he
speaker Feb. 16 on the
ii.n-m and Chrtstlanit)
.- Israel I i ildsteui pro-
Practk ii Theology on
. ui the seminary's Rab-
IktooL
Sidcnl of the Jewish
,' s< mil sry of Amerii <
. will dls-
ii i ii : the Good Man"
mi luding program
kj series Author of such
Chautauqua
[y Lectures By
Narot Slated
,s,iih is ii ii of Temj le
real I Miami W ill rep-
Ji u is.: (*hautauqua s -
5 :''
at 7 p "' I'll :
th, s ib ct "The J< w h
reward War ami Pe
|si ot led res on col
under the a
sh < "I. i Societ)
lizattoi ol which
i standing
i laun through edu-
,iiional F di ration
ii rhoo is iponsoi i the
lauta ; i S lety.
UN HOOD INN
| Gem'af Host lOt BIKKAN
? Luncheon
I Dinner
? Cocktails
I Banquet Facilities
I Forest Lounge
Cards Honorrd
Drink and Bo Merrie
}601 Biscwn Blvd.
371-2621
(/ forty for Htservationt
iirloin ittak .
rsd Joponese /y/s
licitinqt
11AMI
BRINGS
ILL AS
IUUI
llll
MORRIS 4 ROTH IERNER Catering for All Occasions
HARRY ZUCKERMAN
fsfob/ished in 1945
Famous
$&
WASHINGTON AVE.
JEI-398?
MIAMI
facilit.es BEACH
ses(aurant
NOW OPEN 7 DAYS A WEEK
The Studio Restaurant
LUXURIOUS DINING
ELEGANT FRENCH CUISINE
For So""eth"ig New and Different in Our Miami Area
9.340 S.W. 32nd Ave. 443-2536
Make Your Reservations Before Going To The Theatra
dtoefcn Souse ftmorgartor*
"ALL YOU CAstf TOUT'
WE NEVER KEEP SCORE!!
Ur; .? many res'aurantj. when we sj A.I Yj. Cjre Td Ea WE MEAN
IT, a.'j w don't restrict you to just one tfl Our slooen holds true
tor EVE3V ITEM on our huge Smo-gaibord tab!-. EVERY DAY! Our dnnerj
feature ROAST BEEF FRIED CHICKEN, and SWED.SH MEATBALLS DAIIY -
SiZZlING TO" SIRLOIN S'EAKS on Sa'j-days a spectacular Seafood Feast
on Fridays family favorites all d.*y Sunda. some new Gojrmet d'sh
M you come inl And n to Our Srv.or jasbord
ity I wish. WE I
8225
,
Dinntr served daily 4 30 9 Sunday 1 1 30 9
14875 SOUTH DIXIE HWY 238-8852
SPECIAL PRICES FOR CHILDREN
m
COCKTAILS
BAKERY
GIFT SHOP
FRITZ & SHIRLEY S
JKatsttef/er
Supper \mm*lt4B
IN MORTON TOWERS 1500 Bay Rd., MB
Featuring
THE ROMANTIC BALLADS OF
HALLANDALE, FLORIDA
*L On U S 1 ont -half mi It sou'n
of Gu'fsreom Roc* T"roefc
Ph HOLLYWOOD
asJP
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KATZ's PARADISE Restaurant
1451 Collins Avenue Phone 532-1671
KREPLACH KISHKE MATZO BALLS KNI^HES
MEAT if FlbH if STLAKS if CHOPS if CHICKEN
CATERING FOR ALL OCCASIONS
Excellent Cuisine Superb Service Modern Decor
Visit Our M*w Cocktail tunny
EL HATiltUO SPANISH RESTAURANT
fsilfsftl of the Novst "PAELLA VALENCIANA"
Open 11:30 A.M. Til 11 P.M. Doily
12322 N.W. 7th STREET, MIAMI Phone 642-9043
STAR Dairy. Yeg. & Fish Restaurant
BIST. 143 Under Same Management
Many Additional Improvements in tha Manu
tV 841 Washington Ave. Ph. 531-9182 ^
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ALWAYS TENDER
NEVER GREASY
MADE FROM OUR SECRET RECIPE
Of 21 BLENDED HEMS I SPICES
GIVING A GOLDEN DROWN LOOK I
UNIQUE FLAVOR
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FOR TAKE OUT ORDERS 888-7135
HIALEAH LOCATION 790 W. 29 ST.


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it pleated to announce a New Name and New Address
INDUSTRIES, Inc.
(p=P5ir-Nj-rir^iO s~r>XiN^iF=ir^j<3)
Now Located at 135 SE 1st Street Telephone 373-5707
Larger Quarter* Beautiful Showroom
Instant Printing ,, Rubber Stamps
Complete Line of Office Supplies
SptteiMUlS in ( atering to the Legal I'mfrssiim
OPEN HOUSE WEEK OF FEBRUARY 2 to 8
Free Coffee and Danish

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Birds Eye Cob Corn 4topkg4D
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AMERICAN KOSHER
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Saltine Crackers box 23
Cut Green Beans 2 --' 25
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Smoked Sable (Carp)
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