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The Jewish Floridian
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63 v. : ;
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Miami, Fla
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December 12, 1969

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

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Title:
The Jewish Floridian
Physical Description:
63 v. : ;
Language:
English
Publisher:
Jewish Floridian Pub. Co.
Place of Publication:
Miami, Fla
Creation Date:
December 12, 1969

Subjects

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

Notes

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

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University of Florida
Rights Management:
All applicable rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
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lccn - sn 96027667
ocm35317254
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Jewish Floridian and Shofar of Greater Hollywood
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Jewish Floridian of South Broward
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Jewish Floridian of greater Ft. Lauderdale
Related Items:
Jewish Floridian of Palm Beach County (Palm Beach County, Fla. : 1975)
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Jewish Floridian (Palm Beach, Fla. : 1982)
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Preceded by:
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Preceded by:
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Succeeded by:
Jewish Floridian/the Floridian newspaper

Full Text
3ewish Floridian
Volume 42 Number 50
Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY
Miami, Florida Friday, December 12, 1
963
Four Sections Price 20c
\Irs. Meir Denounces Syria And Egypt In Mr. Eban To
Wake Of Three-Way Prisoner Release Make Awards
JERUSALEM (JTA1 Pre-
r Golda M.'ir had bitter
ids for Syria and Egypt us
n v. aled details of the three-
nered deal bj which Israel
hanged Syri in and Egyptian
s ol for two Israeli
ii !.: in i ttmascus since
29 and two dowm d Israeli
i pilots Imprison d in
M't.
rh. : Shlom i
19 ol the lh bn w
iv. rsity Ha la isah Medical
nd Sail ih Mu ill vn. 44,
.. travel ag nt, were
ard a TWA air-
r hijacked to Damascus by
iii commandos. The two pi-
's. Mjij. Nissim Ashkenazi and
. ipt. Giora Rnmm, were sori-
sly injured when they bailed
ii of tlit ir jets over the Suez
irial months ago and were held
solitary confinement in a
'airo prison hospital. All four
were released Friday.
In an official statement, Mrs.
Meir <1< nounced Damascus as
"the capital of international
piracy" and accused the Egyp-
tain authorities of callous and
inhumane in atmenl ol the two
Injun d Hots who wi re denii d
visits by representatives of the
Int rnational Ri d Cross du
most i i th< Ir Imprisonment.
M s. M< Ir list) d the interna-
tinii ti agencii i thai ha I tried
i:. v tin to bi cure the n lease of
the hijacked Israeli civilians.
"Any civilized country," she s I,
"would havi swiftly released all
the passengers regardless of
their nationality, as required by
international law. Hut Syria
tin n< d a dear car t > picas by
the United States Government,
TWA. United Nations Secretary
General U Thant, the president
of the UN General Assembly.
International Federation of Air-
line Pilots Associations, Inter-
national Air Transport Associa-
tion and various governments,
she said. The International Red
Cross was approached when it
became ap] IB 111 thai i
diplomatic means had fail, d,
Mrs. Meir said thai at firsl
Syi m n i ied neon -.Men illy to
l:i. the two Israelis. But
ually, through interim diarii s, a
was evolve I Invi
Syrian but Egy] ti in
ers in Israel. The premier
ii clear thai the idi i
- distasteful I
Isra. 1 governmi nl bi c ius
b i|- ir the n turn of 1
ati Ij h .il pi isoro rs ol wa foi
civilians whos
in of inti : rial
Eventually, the Isri
net agreed i nin I
i v :ang Mi Meir's si
but the S
-' il Fii a th \
11 i I t i
Thirtem Svriai wen ha

Cros
Continued on Page 5-A
Initial) Sifts I 'in
i imbined Jew I
. c Fun 1 c .
Sunda; e\ ning th
ta ,H tel, Israel's :
.':- Ale l i I -
-!' the firs!
I Am VTis
Avraham Harman To
Speak At Dinner
Released Captives Tell
Of Hatred And Abuse
TEL AVIV (JTAi Joy was
( lundk-ss at Lydda Airport Fri-
lay when two hijack victims
were reunited with their families
after more than three months'
captivity in Damascus. They
a i re embraced bv their wives
:i ,..: ...;itu.. MMM
TERRORISTS PLEAD
NOT GUILTY
ATHENS iJTA- The
Arab terrorists who attacked
the El Al ticket office with
a hand grenade last week
have pleaded not guilty to
charges including premedi-
tated murder. A two-year-old
was killed and 14 other per-
son injured in the blast.
The accused, Jordanians
Eli Karanetian and Mansur
Seifeddin, underwent a pic-
trial examination before a
magistrate, The hearing was
held in private under heavy
security guard.
An Athens magistrate has
ordered the body of George
tfastOS, the child fatally in-
jured in the grenade attack,
exhumed. The order was is-
sued after defense counsel
for the terrorist- c intended
lhat the child's death did not
result from the explosion but
was due to other causes.
and children and received warm
handshakes from Premier Golda
Meir. Foreign Minister Abba
Kban and Minister of Transport
Moshe Carrrtel.
The men. unshaven and wear-
ing open collar shirts looked
worn and haggard as they re-
counted their ordeal. Mr. Mual-
lem. who speaks fluent Arabic-
said he was beaten and tortured
for days as the Syrians attempt-
ed to extract military informa-
tion intelligence he could not
give, since he was excused from
military service for health rea-
sons. He said the Syrians wanted
to know about tanks and planes
They questioned him, took him
into a darkened room where he
was beaten and finally threw
him into solitary confinement.
Later he was placed in the same
cell with Prof. Samucloff. he
said.
The professor said he was not
subjected to i>hysical maltreat-
ment but to psychological tor-
ture. "We came face to face with
hatred.'' he said "Such hatred
as they showed for us I have
m ver seen In my life."
"The only Syrian who was
humane," Prof. Samucloff said.
"was a young doctor who treated
both prisoners......rhe others,"
he said, "have a very different
conception of humanity, human
Continued on Pafce 2-A
The man who succeeded Abba
Eban as his nation's Ambassador
to the United States when Mr.
Eban became Israel's Foreign
Minister will l>e the mam speaker
at the dinner-dance honoring Dr.
I.eon Kronish Saturday night at
the Plaza Hotel.
Now president of the Hebrew
University in Jerusalem, Avrah im
Harman has been a frequent vis-
itor to the Greater Miami. He
first spoke here in behalf of Israel
Bonds in 1951, and has worked
with Ral>bi Kronish in the years
since for such causes as United
Jewish Appeal, Hebrew University
and Israel Bonds.
One of Israel's most brilliant
spokesmen and public figures,
Ambasador Hai-man was the voice
of his nation in the United States
in 1967, during the trying days
before during and after the Six-
Day War. His ambassad irship
capped a long career in govern-
ment service that began almost
as soon as he settled in Palestine
in 1940 at the age of 28.
Bom in London, Mr. Harman
reci ived his law degree from the
University of Oxford in 1936, and
was one of Great Britain's best-
known young Zionist leaders For
almost eight years prior to the
establishment of the State of Is-
rael, he was in charge of the
English section of the Information
Office of the Jewish Agency for
Palestine.
Named Deputy Director of the
Israel Government Press Office in
194S. he was sent to Canada as
Israel's first Consul General the
following year, and was trans-
:: d t>> the Uni1 I States in
i :> become director if the
i Office of Infoi mat
eloi to Isr iel's deleg iti I
the United Nations. He has ils
held the posl o: assist tnl Direcl >r-
General of the Foreign Ministry,
and Consul General in New York,
and served as a member of the
Jewish Agency Executive.
Ambassador Harman met Rabbi
Kronish during his first visit to
Miami Beach in behalf of Israel
Bonds and the two have worked
t< gether in behalf of many causes
for nearly two decades. A force-
ful and inspiring speaker, Mr.
Harman has addressed audiences
throughout the world during his
lifetime ol service to the State of
Israel. He Is presently devoting
his talents to the nation's oldest
and largest university, which he
serves as president.
AVRAHAM MUtMAX
U-M Students Stunned By Quick Results
Officials of the fledgling
"American Students for Israel"
organization were still shocked
by the sudden success of last
Thursday's demonstration for
the release of two Israeli citi-
zens held captive by Syria.
Within 12 hours of the protest
meeting held at "The Rock." ad-
i icent to the Student Union
Building of the University of
Miami, the Israelis, who had
fallen into Syrian hands when
the TWA jet they were flying
was hijacked last August, were
released as part of a three-way
exchange with the United Arab
Republic, Syria and Israel.
The tangible results overshad-
owed a brief flurry of fisticuffs
which marred the peaceful dem-
onstration organized by the
A.S.I., which has both Jewish
and non-Jewish members.
Attendance figures were hard
t i come by. but more than 700
students and faculty members
signed a petition calling for the
Israelis to be set free and an end
to international hijacking of ci-
vilian planes.
Some eight Arab students who
had been content with heckling
speakers at the rally until a the
cameraman of WCKT, Ch. 7, at-
tempted to photograph them.
When they resorted to force, the
American students rushed to the
cameraman's rescue, and films
of the melee which were later
shown on television, did not
leave the impression on viewers
the Arabs had apparently de-
sired to create.
Among the community leaders
who spoke to the crowd were Dr.
I-eon Kronish. Rabbi Morris Kip-
per and Rabbi Mayer Abramo-
witz. Student speakers included
Valerie Martin, Richard Barton,
Paula Fried and Robert Fried.
The group received a message of
support from Father The
Gibs in.
ABBA fBAN
( those Miamians who have been
in the forefront of accepting th !
responsibility for leadership-in-
giving that has built the Greater
Miami Jewish community nd lid
ed in strengthening American aril
worldwide Jewry.
Federation president Milton
Weiss, who made the announce-
ment, said that Mr. Eban's ap-
[> nance in Miami will be the onl
fund-raising event he will ati
while in the United State-. Th !
singli person most responsible for
Miami's good fortune in obtaining
Mr. Eban's consent to appear h
was Hob Russell. Mr Wi iss said.
the man through whose efforts the
Miami h o >me of age among I
Jewish communities ol the Unit
Si ites luring his s -r\ ice is cam-
paign chairman the.- .-' two
ye its
Among thosi
the iwards Sunday
Henry Crown, Nathan Darskj
S imuel N Friedland, Mori H
Joseph H. Kanter. Dr R, S. Levy.
Leonard Rosen. Lewis S, Rosen-
stiel Robert Russell. Saul Silber-
man in l Seymour Vigman 3
Rosen award will b m id post-
humuously.
The Abba Khan Shomer Am
Yisro.-i Award the Guardians f
the People of Israel will be pre-
sented to those Miamians whoh Ip
provide for Jewish life here an i
wherever it exists." sad Mr. Weiss
With its constant influx of new
Continued on Pag 3-A
IN THIS ISSUE .
Alsop <-A Sermon 13-A
Bar Mitzvah 12B
Candleighl 10A
Cohen 4-A TV
Dining 12-A Wedding, 8.,B
Engagen'ts 8-9B
Woman'i
Obituaries 11.B World 5-B
IVW^yvW^WWVVNr>AMr>
Synagogues 10-A
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Facre 2-A
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Friday. December 12. 1369
Released Captives Tell
Of Haired And Abuse
(Continued from Pfcft l-AJ
ights. liberty inr. <>f human
rt atment."
Both men sai.l that (luring
i alteration the> read chapters
nd Psalms from a Bible which
til Mi.alUms family s^ nt them
in k ,i Cross parcel. Mr. Mual-
), m also Rave Pr f. Samuelofl
. wi::s ii Arabic. "So the days
lassed." Prof. Samueloff said
iti u Ins horn. Ho said he
.It like th <". itapo was prew nt
very tin* a Syriai > ami into
his ce 1
There was an equally poignant
il more quiet scene of reunion
,i a militarj hospital where two
lowned pikrta exchanged for 58
KKyptian war prisoners saw
their families for the first time
in months. Mai. Nissim Ash-
u nazi ami Cant. Giora RomKi
were greeted by Defense Minis-
ter Moahe Hay an and Chief i>i
Stafl Chaim Bar-Lev. Both -
they were held b. solitary con-
finement and m ither was aware
ol the others pratenee until
freed. Capt. Romm's first ques-
tion after his release was. "Who
won the elections?"
The excitement ol having the
prisoners home overshadowed,
at least for the time being, the
fact that Israel had to yield to
s kind of "blackmail" to secure
their release, observers said.
H-.is was a bitter pill especially
for government officials who
saii repeatedly that Israel would
not exchange legitimate war pri-
soners for illegally held, hijack-
er, civilians. But Gen. Dayancon-
ceded later mat no military ac-
tion could have brought the
prisoners home alive.
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Total $3 Million
NEW YORK iJTA' Ten
^ifts totalling more than S3 mil-
,.n for the Israel Institute of
TechnotogJ were announced at
reci nl rtlnm r of the Amorican
Society for Teehnion.
At the dinner. Sol M. Lino-
vit/. industrialist and Jewish
proposed a technological
h rship between Israel and
Arab rs so that they
" to live together
y working tow arc.
i -
T ration of I
economic
no) ol Israel alone
but area of which Israel will always
be a part, is a goal Teehnion and
Israel share with their Arab
neighbors." he told the dinner
guests.
The guest of honor said the
Teehnion was making "imnv nsc
contributions" not only in Is-
rael 'but in pressing forward
toward technological advance
which can he of txnefil to all
mankind."
An individual gift from Eu-
gene Ferkauf of Nev. York.
founder of the Korvette depart-
ment store chain, will maki
sible creation of a new school
in management sciences at the
Teehnion. officials said.
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Friday. December 12, 1969
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Page 3-A
Hi-Rise Division Hears Mr. Eban To Make Awards
Carmon At Breakfast
(Continued from 1'ajje 1-A)
B-n Essen, chairman of the Res-
idence and Hijrh Rise Division of
the Greater Miami Jewish Federa-
tion's Combined Jewish Appeal-
jsracl Emergency Fund campaign,
has announced that the speaker at
the division's second annual Lead-
. irship Breakfast meeting in the
Eden Roc Hotel Sunday, D c 21,
will bo Prig. Gen. Daykl Carmon,
Israel's Military Attache in Wash-
ington. In 1939, tliis divisi in raised
record total of $1,150,000 for the
OJA-1EF twin drive.
Some 500 campaign workers
from the high-rises and condomin-
iums, who have been invited to
attend this breakfast will 1>> brief-
ed on the current military and
social welfare sitntii i fsrael
bv Gen. Carnio .
Russt 11, | ri sldent and chairman oC
the board of Russell Aluminum
Corp., who i- general campaign
,. chairman of the CJA-IEF driv
n ing that has enabled out whos. imagination, concern and e -
residents. Greater Miami has be- ''." ,n:':iU to fulfil] its responsi- forts launched the concept of the
come the fourth largest Jcnvish i ? '''. ''''A man-OUP! Abba Eban Shomer Am Ylsroe*-
community in the United States! uh",v^-' l"-' "night
and the fastest growing outside ol : '"'
I--'-""1" ''' Mr W.iss. There- Mr. Weiss had a special having created and contributed taa
fore, it is not enough to merely word I reciatior for Robert | original work of art.
rec jnize future needs an.! prob-
ship-in-gi\
Award. H tiso expressed since i
gratitude to Kenneth Treist r I
lems and possible crises. The re-
su trees t.) met I them must be
made available. And the men thai
our community will honor Sunday
have provided the inspired leader-
UN ESSfN
"This hi. ikta*1 ..._-?'
type of afl III ;r .-.:
dertaken," Mr i aid
have not ca led r workers to-
li : Hi-
whic -
! 'ount; | '
Division
than 300
I condo-
gether for tl if soliei- mhuui c rwpTe >ther in
tation, but rath rl ir.f them -f civic fbr Mr.
and to educ i led then oi I cur-
rent prohle ( ici >'
Miami and mi I
Israel am! abro .
I He has serve?! in sident
ol th YM-YWH \ i iter Mi-
an- T-- Jit^'.-ji was Wor-
shipful M '-' of cus Ma-
. sonic Lod; if.d < District IVputy
A recent 1> I ol Grand M ro H Masonic
the Fid;h->. Mati il Bml District Florida h ,. a trustee
South M i Mi Ess ol Hil Foui Uti< lirector
wife, Hazel is I th 'aidlae
Keystone Madgujje C i u>o< Ho-*P"
ted with h.> *<>r. Ricl ml the i Additional im*orrrati i the
r ictice of -'
of Essmm
The chairn u ip oi
. ... :
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t i .
iv.ikl [.-. -a- bo
. itained throug i tl iffu $ of the
a i Mi m.j ,..-.s i ion,
i-, i.UT Biscayne Blvd
Herman L. Weisman, a prom-
inent New York City attorn9y
and community leader, has
been reelected national presi-
dent of the Jewish National
Fund of America Mr. Weis-
man has served as chairman
of the United Palestine Ap-
peal and the United Jewish
Appeal and .s active in the
Zionist Oraanizction cf Amer-
ica an World Zionist Or-
To Friends Off The Jewish Home
(Douglas Gardens)
Please Help
Our Thrift Shop (7300 N.W. 27th Aye., Miami) urgently
needs your help NOW.
Th Home's costs arc sky-rocVeting because of*steeply
rising costs. 117 nurses aides, orderlies, maids, peters
and food service personnel had to be raised from $1.15
to $1.50 per hour minimum.
This woge increase alone will cost the Home an ad-
ditional $100,000 in 1969.
And we remind you that the Home's financial probte-ns
ore aggravated because it gives the top admission
priority to the indigent 85% (188 out of 222) of our res-
idents ore public welfare recipients.
The Home's deficit is mour.rl.-j with frightening rabidity.
The Thrift Shop, therefore, must render much greoter
financial help to Douglas Gardens.
You can help the Home meet its growing deficit
and continue to give admission priority to the
indigent by contributing furniture, furnishings,
appliances, clothing, etc. to the Thrift Shop.
You con also be a great help by getting your neighbors,
apartment, motel and hotel owners to contribute to t'-e
Thrift Shop.
AH contributions are tax deductible.
Phone the Thrift Shop at 696-2101 and arrange for our
truck to pick up.
Appreciatively,
AARON KRAVITZ,'
JHA V.P. 8. Chairrran,
Thrift Ship Committee

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E. Albert Pcrllot, cha I rf the board of Biscay ne Federal
who has served itemational vice president of sVnai
B'rith a::i .i cuireatly chairman of its Citizenship end
Veterans Service Commission, sponsored a Standard Ciub
luncheon :n behalf of B ttai B'rith s youth serving programs.
Soeaker a', the hin boon was Dr. William Butler, vice presi-
dent rn^chaige or student affairs at the University of Miami.

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Volume 42
Friday. December 12, 1969
Number 50'
3 TEVETH
El AI Enters Its Third Decade
This year merries the 20th anniversary of El Al, the
airline of Israeland what a distinguished 20 year it has
been' At it enters a third decade of international service,
it must be remembered that the airline was created at a
time when Israel was blockcded from all sides and was
entirely* dependent for its existence on sea and air com-
munications with friendly nations located far away.
Although aircraft development has advanced amaz-
ingly since El Al was foundedtwo giant Boeing 747-B jets
seating 400 passengers each are to be delivered in 1971
El Al's mission hasn't changed, for Israel is still surrounded
by hostile nations, and the airline is still the primary means
of communicating with friendly nations abroad.
As the saying goes: UNTIL 120!
Community Honors Rabbi Kronish
A month of celebration will be brouaht to a climax
Saturday night when the communityindeed, the Jewish
worldhonors Rabbi Leon Kronish on his Silver Anni-
versary as rabbi of Temple Beth Sholom.
During the quarter of a century he has been spiritual
leader oi the liberal Miami Beach congregation. Rabbi
Kronish has done more than build a 1,000-family syna-
gogue. He has left an indelible mark on the Greater Miami
community with his many activities, both religious and
secular but, more than that, he has been one of the men
whose leadership has made the sale of Israel Bonds in
Miami a challenge to the rest cf the nation. And the width
of his vision is demonstrated by his leadership of the His-
tadrut and American Jewish Congress on a national level
end his wcrk for the Hebrew Union College-Jewish Institute
c: Religion.
Our congratulations to Temple Beth Sholom and to
Rabbi Kronish for the manner in which they have com-
memorated a significant milestone in our community.
An Implied Threat?
Tnere was an implied threat in the remarks made by
Herbert Klein, director of Communications for the While
House, in a recent speech before the ZOA. which should
not be ignored. He said that if the United States "lost" the
war in Vietnam, it would weaken Israel's position in (he
Middle East. Or, in less subtle terms, the Jews of America
had better support the war in Vietnam or less U.S. support
:cr Israel. Whatever the merits or failures cf our policy in
Vietnam, it is not a Jewish question but an American one
ar.d r.o Jew, whether he be hewk cr dove, appreciates an
Administration spokesmen's attempt to make it one.
'Pacesetters' Set An Example
The tradit:onal Initial Gifts Dinner of the Greater Miami
Combined Jewish Appeal Israel Emergency Fund Sunday
night has mere than the added dimension of the presence
of Israel's Foreign Minister Abba Ebcn as its honored
guestit has an unprecedent announcement to mcke:
that the Jewish community, which each year is expanding
the horizons of its charitcble giving, has contributed more
than SI million in advanced gifts.
The notable thing about the SI, 114.125 figure is that
it came from men who set the pace last year with a record
S739.0OO in pledges. For by their example, year after year,
the Pacesetters set the goal for the entire community.
Under the leadership of Robert Russell, who is serving
as general chairman for the pcrcond consecutive year, and
a professional staff which provides invaluable guidance to
the many dedicated volunteers, we look forward to a
CJA-EF campaign which will be a credit to a community
which is rapidly becoming one of the most important in
the Jewish world today.
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Division.
. th v.. ti im
lets .- know we a I
b '"proud of our co intrj
cause its (the Divisii n's
- hristian I
are moral, unlike thosi
enemy". Jewish coi rrence is
by Rabbi Tibor St
ie Chanukah
eluded a "n buke to thi
i omi ared
Am ric in atrocitii s ii V
with tho I the Nazis
N izis or the Comi
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revealed, had
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unlike Rabbi Steri
given any th ig
sermons t tl
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inspeaka has I spo-
ken, the i
ioned. 1
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and the so-called
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ta ..i Prof. !
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Prof Bicki I first
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It ct ure
. i good deal ol
ive fluttering ii
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nio a .: d ;
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by Prof. I
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Mil DO! til
this l.Kik unqin -: i '
Th* thrust of ,,:
i x] n ned in i sin
si nti nee, as follows
r. n Courft nob* stem
school di s. gregation
most popular etftei |
apportionment not to speaR
of the school piny i
those concerning aid to parochial
schools, arr heading toward ir-
relevance, obsolescent and,
large mnasurr abandonment.
A newspaper column is n
place to try to recapitulate the
Continued on P* *"A



Friday, December 12, 1969
t'Jenist fk>ri/af/fann
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Mrs. Meir Denounces
Syria And Egypt
(Continued from Page 1-A)
Heights in return for Prof.
Samueloff anil Mr. Muallcm. The
two were flown to Athens in
the same TWA jet which was
hijacki d more than three months
ago. The plane hail been severe-
ly damaged and repairs were
completi d only a week ago.
The exchanged Syrians in-
cluded two Jet pilots who landed
in Israel in August 1968, ap-
I arently because of an error in
:avi^ation. and a number of
captured Syrian soldiers and
civilians. The two Israeli pilots
were returned at Kantara in
\lsop
Continued from Pb 4-A
: i .! i ar : I argumi nt on
Prol i' eki i I'a-. s the
. on. It is en-
to say, : ather crudely, that
Prof Kick. fin Is fiat the
ii :. ;':. ision has
no! it ked well thus tar.
in i racl i jei Be. Ami he
sly corn ct-
|y, t: I i 'a o\.". \ s. Board ot Edu-
.r ,: runs : tly counter to
the .-mt; (ii man I l! black mili-
tant leaders for "black commu-
itj rttrol' >; N \to schools.
a- to the one-man-one-vote
c Pn >: Bickel's objec-
1 ari' i \--.: harder to sum-
ri! ii. a f w \\ i >:- Is. Rut one
m is cei tainly his opinion,
obvlo ct, that the
nefl i oi the n sult-
ap| orti .t are bound
I, th r-giowing white
ibui bs, w hi! i he incn asingly
center cities will lose
i pio\ n i nally.
I the s t ::. e all .i Ij
iol Prof. Bicki I adds the
is.Mation that "If this assess-
.nt has any vali lity, it must
send as a (esson." The lesson
s. i ks to Aculeate is that the
iiirts in general, and the Su-
. rne Court in particular, are
ost imperfect instruments of
ciai and political reform
iweVer desirable such reforms
may be. He would therefore have
them leave reform, in almost all
rases, to the elected members of
ttv state legislatures and the
Congress.
This reporter is wholly un-
qualified to discuss, much less
to pa^s upon, the complex and
profound constitutional issues
that Prof. Bicki 1 has raised.
They were already being raised,
lifor- his retirement from the
court, by Justice Felix Frank-
furter. They an' now beiiiK
raised, in certain specific cases,
by Justice Hugo Hlaok. That is
all a reporter can properly say
t the issi- -. themselvi s.
Th. polil I mini,' of Prol
1 ook Is somi thin;: else
ain, however, Against the
Wan :i Court and all its works.
the rank* of th" American tirjht-
wing ave always been solidly
arrayed, as above-noted. But
this book represents the first
significant break in the ranks of
the American left. There is now
division just when- the Warren
Court always obtained its
strong) st support.
On. must say "the first signi-
ficant break" because, of course.
the black militants' demands for
"community control" were also
a bn ak of another kind. The
arguments for the so-called
Demonstration School Projects
in N< w York City, lor instance.
might have been made to order
to support George C. Wallace's
approach to the school problem
i:; th> South.
;;.; when a man of Prof.
Bicki : s Stature o|>enly breaks
the former liberal-intellectual
solidarity on this matter, there
Is no foretelling the final out-
come. Tt is only clear that a
new pflase has opened.
right l..s-; LETTERS TO THE EDITOR
The Other Side Of The Picture
the Canal zone for one Egyptian
pilot, five soldiers and 52 civil-
ians. According to Israeli au-
thorities, the Egyptian and Sy-
rian civilians were active ter-
rorists or intelligence agents.
Maj. Ashkenazi and Capt.
Romm were reportedly in poor
condition when ferried across
tlie canal Friday. They were
taken to a hospital where both
will undergo treatment for sev-
eral months. An Israeli spokes-
man said they suffered fractures
of hands and legs and both un-
derwent surgery at Egyptian
hands. Maj. Ashkena/.i under-
went an operation for the sev-
enth time only four days before
his release and will have to have
further orthopedic surgery. Is-
ra. !i doctors who exabined the
|'ii..is said their medical can in
Egypt was inadequate.
Israel meanwhile published
I i ol the Egyptians and Syiians
lie, el. In addition to the two
fighter pilots, [he Syrians in-
clud< d five in ti iii.;. nee <
captured in tin Golan Heights
and six civilians who had in-
filtrated into Israel sir.ee the
Six-Day War. The Egyptians
included the pilot of a Sukhov
bomber, Maj. Nabil Said; s.\
soldiers who remained in Sinai
alt. r the Six-Day War and tried
to enter Jordan disguised as
civilians: :;s fishermen captured
in the CJ'.ilt of Suez last June
and September; seven saboteurs,
apparently soldiers in mufti, who
were captund in a boat in the
Gull ot Suez while enroutc to a
sabotage mission; and 11 civil-
ians captun d !>.. Israeli forces
during a raid iast Oct. 25 on
Egyptian positions on the west
shore ot the (lull ot Sill /..
At the U.N., Mr Thant -warm-
ly welcomed" the Israelis' re-
lease but said he could not he
certain whether his good offices
had been instrumental. News of
the release earn, just l>oforc the
General Assembly's legal com-
mittee approved a resolution
urging all governments to insure
that hijackers are punished.
Cuba cast the only dissenting
vote in the 07-1 decision, and
the Soviet oioc and Arab states
abstained. The measure, spon-
sored by The Netherlands, called
on nations to enact adequate
legal frameworks against inter-
ference with aircraft, to prose-
cute hijackers and to cooperate
with efforts of the international
Civil Aviation Organization, a
I'.N.-related agency, to apply
international conventions.
In New York. TWA said its
efforts on bt halt of the two Is-
raelis "of necessity had to be
conducted in secrecy. Our deal-
ings were further complicated
by the fact that we do not serve
Syria and the U.S. does not
maintain diplomatic relations
with that country."
In Washington, it was re-
' ported that Israel was not on the
I list of 13 nations tlr a special meeting Dec. 16-19 to
"supplement and support inter-
national efforts" to deal with
hijacking of commercial air-
liners. A State Department
s|>okesman said the countries
which will attend provide most
of the world's civil air service.
The number of participants will
be restricted "to permit full
discussion in the limited time
available." The nations attend-
ing will be the C.S. Australia.
Brazil, Canada. Denmark. Swe-
den, Norway, England, France,
West Germany. Italy. Japan, and
' The Netherlands.
EDITOR. The Jewish Floridian:
I read, with complete astonish-
. ment and disbelief, the comments
I of my friend, Edward Cohen, re-
j garding the Bureau of Jewish Edu-
cation and a College of Jewish
Studies.
I
Every educator is aware that in
order to have potential students
for a college, it is necessary to
have a good school system in the
elementary and high school grades.
! It is towards this ultimate that
| the Bureau has worked diligently
these many years. The afternoon
Hebrew school, without the super-
vision of the Bureau of Jewish
i Education, would never have suc-
ceeded as well as it has. The
i Hebrew High School, run by the
Bureau, keeps growing and re-
cruits masts of its students from
the afternoon schools. Mr. Cohen
writes that "anything the present
Bureau can do. the College should
Ih- a< le to do better." Will a Col-
lege actually run a high school
artmenl ? Can th > ab >vi ac-
complishments be waved aside so
easily?
I must also point out. that in
th" opinion of our teachers in
Greater Miami ana. the si
vision of the executives of the
Bureau is extremely helpful to
th m, in addition to the courses
offered for inservice training.
When I appeared before the
Commission this past summer, the
importance of a College of Jewish
Studies was stressed, and emphasis
was placed on the fact that it
should be run by the Bureau. I
sincerely hope that the Commis-
sion for Jewish Education will
' come to a different conclusion
, from that of Mr. Cohen and will
recognize the important work
which has been done and Is being
\ lone by the Bureau and its execu-
tives for Jewish education in the
Miami area.
RABBI SHIMON AZl'LAV
President,
Hebrew Kdticators Alii.on
EDITOR, The Jewish Floridian:
Some comments on two articles
h the Dec. 5 issue of the Flori-
dian:
Since I am of the "under-thirty
set." I can say about Jack Slegel's
article, "Can't Buy Happiness with
Chanukah Gelt." that it is son- -
what insensitive to the great frus-
tration of the creative, would-be-
ated, you.,..; person in this
MEDH l< RE society: he is looking
for help, to be someone's protege;
gn at societies have i ui -
tui I creativity properly, but not
l believe. So Mr. Sii .
thers, don't "cop-out!"
Katan wrote "Ji wish Tr idi-
Never Glorified Viol
which is true. However, when [s-
as at normalcy ( "Ever; n ai
'neath his fig tree .">, strength
and victory were praised: "Judah
is a >oung lion ."; also, see
Josephus' description of valor in
battle of the Israelites.
Perhaps the reason that th !
sages played down these charac-
teristics was the fact that it was
not politically wise to do differ-
ently, as Rome was in control;
this was also tied-in with the be-
; in the Jacob-Esau thesis-an-
tithi sis: "(>ne nation will b_>
stronger that the other."
Now. however, after i
: the Holocaust, we have m
"fulfilled" the agreement
that the world should u I mg t)
' sau's d< scendants Ii t gl
VIj strei ;th and a song t >
G-d". 'Psalms 118:14
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J. N. McArflmr Named To Receive Award
] nes Neville McArthur, who
' is been a stiunch champion of
Israel since it.- establishment 21
Mm afO, has 1> en named to re-
ceive the Eleanor Roosevelt-Iarael
Humantttea Award at the annual
uiibasadors Ball. Saturday ge-
ing, Dec. 27, at the Font nine-
Van Hotel.
The award wffl he confone I on
: It. McArthur for a lifetime o:
-ei-vic to the welfare of hi* fel-
>w rr.an." Sam Blank, chairman
f the Ambassador's Ball, -
"James N McArthuv's devotion to
the values held dear by men of
_ood will of all faiths, has earned
for him a place of honor in the
herished tradition of the immor-
tal Eleanor Roosevelt.'
Mr. McArthur. president and
wner of McArthur Jersey Dairy
Farms. Inc., came to Miami in
1922 :. IT Mississippi. At first he
iughl at the school which later
Mi imi Edison High Scho 1
nd l3ter was its principal He
iughl agriculture until 1 2 i
when he entered the dairy busi-
... and in the intervening years
s d< sloped the I irgest individ-
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vt rid.
Mr. McArthur, who cave the
L'niversity of Miami one of the
rgi -- in its history for the
an Eng ne i ing Build-
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I of Eng
has beei chic. <
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Mr. McArthur is a life member of
Miami's Junior Chamber of Com-
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Chosen In IS <0 foi in Out-
standing Citizen of Dade County"
award, Mr. McArthur has also
been the ivipient of the National
Conference, ol Christians and
Jews' Outstanding Protestant"
award. !! was a member of the
Dade County Developmenl Com-
mittee, a director of the Into
Fund, president of the Miami
Civitan Club, chairman of the fund
drives of I>ade County's Heart As-
sociation and Tuberculosis Asoci-
at ion. and of the national "Em-
ploy the Physically Handicapped"
campaign.
Traditional ceremonies of the
Ambassador's Ball, which is spon-
sored annually by the Israel Bond
tion under the patronage
of the Ambassad clude the presentation to the Am-
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intry fill's backs I
- : Arabs
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Israel ^ans
they can an sed Israel of
"obstinate refusal" to accept a
just and peaceful solution. He
med th United States arms
and financial aid to Israel for
perpetuating what he called Is-
rael's aggressive policies.
M irstial Tito's remarks
contained in an interview pub-
lished by the official Yugoslavian
news agency, Tanyug." He said
that aggression and expansion
conducted by the Israel govern-
nt h .- led to an extremely
_ ave deterioration of the sit-
uation in the Middle East,
charged th.-.t the I-". rn-
menl blocks aH eff le to
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Mr. Blank and Mrs. Anna Bren-
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Ball, will dp issisted b> a roster
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Previous recipients of the award
be pi sented this year to Mr
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Court Justice
William O Douglas, U-M presi
doni Dr. Henr> King Stanford
Mi imi Herald publisher John S.
Ki ight, th.' :..: Miami News edi-
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R( Claude Pepper.
Friday. December 12, 1969
Argentina Attacks
Reported To DAIA
Ft.
BUENOS AIRES (JTA)
I>orts of a rising inn
anti-Jewish attacks in son
vincial cities during the past two
weeks has prompted the DAIA
to call for improved security
measures for local Jewish mstj".
tutions. The reports were
;,t a plenary session of the
DMA. the central representative
body of Argentine JeuTy.
The sevsion was also addressed
by the Jewish Agency treasurer
Leon Dulzin. who described the
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?Mf nilh fhrkHftri
Page 7-A
I
15 Debutantes To Be
Presented At Ball
Fifteen debutantes will he pre-
-, rited at the annual Ambassador's
ii Sattirdaj evening, Dec. 21.
the Grand Ballroom of the Fon-
luinbli Hob I.
In a 'i.i! oi i lue and gold,
they v. ill be pn sented bj tin
i ii and Hosti ;>.-- ol the Ball, Anna
nm i' Mi y< r; to Isr u li Ambas-
lor to th i 'nil d Stati s Itz
labin and Mrs. Rabin.
The pri s ntal ion
lies on th debu! ol tlwi com-
ij-ol agi is a toki n "i awan ness
the i
growing up in ihe tradition
i one's \>< ople and oi* 's com-
nity, ii was noted by Mrs,
Mi y< rs in announcing the list ol
butanti >. 'i'ii"' Ambas tadoi 's Ball
iditionall) m in > in a climax
the annual Israel Bond drive.
Making their debut will be:
Marsha Zena Goldfarb daugh-
d r ui Mr. and Mrs. Herman 11.
(ioldfarb, 620 Ni: 51st St. A Bcnioi
.ii Miami Edison High School.
Marsha plans to attend the I'ni-
\. rsitj ol South Florida to further
h> r education in art. She is a
member ol the Damas Club, Sub
IX-bs, and the Invitational Ball
Committee. Her hobbies include
swimming, water skiing, dancing
ami art.
< intia Graubard granddaugh-
ter of Mr. and Mis. Sander Graiih-
iird, Seacoast Towers Bast, Miami
Bi ach. Cinda attends high school
in Short Hills. New Jersey. She
i is to attend the Vvnarton
Si hool of Finance and hopes to be-
come a stockbroker. Her hobbies
include horseback riding and other
sports.
suiulra llson daughter of
Mrs. Lenora Morris, L880S. Trea-
sure Drive. Miami Beach. Sandra.
student at the University of
Florida is interested in making a
i areer in the business world where
she would tik' to become a stock*
broker. Sh> isan officer of Phi
i'hi Theta. a member of the Ameri- :
ian Mark-tine Association and an
licef of the Civil Air Patrol,
none her hoJ>l>ics are cooking,
ti nnis, dancing and fashions.
r.nil.i RotWUUM Ka\, Jiul) Ruth
Kay and Janice Susan Kaj
hti rs "I Mr. and Mrs. Philip
Kay. 5333 Collins Ave., Miami
ch. Paukj is a student at
i i i i .i Junior ('oil. ge pi i -
: iirj i.i .. cai eei in > ii mi ntai >
ii ntion. I Ii r hobbii s include
i ] tning, imp collet I i
in col oiled at M mil-
, llo Col* Gt Ifn III., Judy
is | art. Hei hobbii
i >bai k ridini i< skating, ski-
and svt immin Janice is a
|i ni o' Miami 1 ach High
lose hobbii r includ.....ama, ice
; ,;.. ,. u ii > making, skiinj
'. i inuning.
< (uisiaiice -lo> Kaplan dau
ol VIr and Mrs. Bernard L
,n 1720 Madison St., Holly-
iod Constance, a student at
a i ligh S hool, hi i" > '> atti nd
ec lock College to study law
I then possibly enter politics.
, ni' mber of B'nai B'i ith Girls,
nit, d Sj nagogue Youth and th.
stud, tit Inter-Racial Action Com-
itteo, her hobbies Include read-
ng, boating tennis and golf.
i.ori < aroU Kasser daughter
Mr. and Mis. Norman Kasser.
.724 Riviera Dr., Coral Gables.
\ student at Coral Gables Senior
High. I.ori plans to prepare for
u career in journalism or govern-
iient a member of the Phi Sigma
1'au, her interests include political
. ,,iie. modern jazz and ballet,
water skiing, swimming, national
affaiis Israel and religion.
jounn Nancy bwaat daughter
ol Mr. and Mrs. Harry Lamer,
1170 NW 87th St.. Miami. A stu-
icnt at North Miami Senior High
School, Joann is sweetheart of
he "Pioneers", a boy's club at
the school. Her hobbies include
surfing and going to band concerts.
Carol Linda. Osno daughter
of Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Osnos.
4403 Pine Tree Dr., Miami Beach
Carol, who attends Flint School
in Sarasota, plans to attend Sea1-
fai it,.: Coil. ge. Hi r major Interests
re hoi ocean
phy.
Pearl Prince ,i. ghter of Mr.
and Mrs. Leslie Prince, 7553 Buc-
cani i r Ave., Ii i Bea h. Pi arl
i a studi ni mi ii. ach HI ;h
and plan i to hi I inivi t
i Miami to si ud; en
i ing
the i'ii
Rita Celeste Roslneh daughter
of Mrs. Sj k 1917 s\v
17th Avi .'. rai ate ol Mian i
Senior High, :i.N Syracuse
: ni\eisitv and interested in a
career in dui it While in high
selio il, she w ,..- | i, ni, ni of the
Spanish National Honor Society
and was a member of the Little
Women Service Club. Last sum-
mer i he toun d Isi ui I as a member
'ii th. United Synagogue Youth
I lei gation.
Neva small granddaughter
ol Mr. and Mrs. Sander Gaubard,
Seacoast Towel's Mast. Miami
Beach. Neva attends Music and
Art School and plans to he a
professional singer, she has al-
ready appeared with Alan King
Joann lerner
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Bobeif Wciner
Sanice Kay
Pearl Prince Morslie Goldlarb
Carol Osnos Constance Kaplan Lori Kasser
Ivdy Kay
Bonnie Soltz
and on the Mike Douglas TV Show.
Bonnie I ran. ine Soltz daugh-
ter of Mr. and Mrs. Gerald P.
Soltz, 789fJ SW 79th Ter. Bonnie
attends Southwest Senior High
School, is past president of the
Senior .Judaea and representative
l hi at. i Miami Youth Coun-
cil. She would like to atti nd
Rrandeis University or Tel Avi\
University.
Babette Lea W.iiur daughter
i oi Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin Weiner,
2010 S. Miami Ave. A student
>,iiin:- High, Bab tte i-
>eci la:. i/ i.i SIudent i'ounci
s|Jonsor ol the Key Club and .
i... mber ol the Debs. Her hobbii >
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Friday. December 12
1989
Greater Miami Community Salutes Rabbi Leon Kronish
Greater Miami. American and
Israeli Jewry will pay overwhelm-
_ tribute to Dr. Leon Kronish
this weekend on the 25th anniver-
sary of his "outstanding leadership
and i'.istin?aished service as rabbi
11 Temple Beth Sholom."
Hich'ip+it of the weekend's ac-
tivities, which climaxes a month-
- salute to Dr. Kronish, will
.. I -thnonial dinner a:
I r:,u i in thi G tnd I
: the P'a. a Hotel
His Excel y. Avraham Har-
man, pn si m ol the H<
RABBI LEON KRONISH
I'niversity of Jerusa)< in. will be
the principal speaker at the black-
lie function. Ambassador Harman.
for nine years Israel's chief envoy
t< the United States, is flying to
Florida to attend the banquet in
recognition of Rabbi Kronish's in-
ternationally acclaimed leadership
for Israel and Jewish people.
Dr. Jacob Wiinstein. past na-
tional chairman of the Isra. 1 His-
tadrut Committee and former
president of the Central Confer-
ence of American Rabbis, will be
the ; ulpit Riiest Friday night as
a sp< cil Sabbath service ojvns the
weekend-long serl s of activities.
Dr. Weinsteln, \\h><<> record as
-: iritual '.> ader of Chicago's fa
K A.M. Temple won him the na-
, presidency of the
R< :. rabbis, w ill speak ;;
8:13 p.m. Friday service, !
: b followed by an i n< SI
bat reception in :-.< n >t ol R
Kronish.
I Drs. Kronish and Wein-
stein have served as '':>'
chaii men f( v synag<
Israel Bond Organization and b&\
worked closely in Ixhalf of His-
tadrut's welfare, social and religi-
ous programs. Rabbi Kronish is
national vice chairman o! Hista-
drut.
Ronald Kronish. son of Dr. and
Mrs. Kronish who is now a student
at the Hebrew I'nion CoHcro-
Jcwish Institute of Religion, will
conduct the Friday night service.
He is attending the same rab-
binical seminary from which Rabbi
Kronish graduated and was or-
dained.
A Saturday morning service is
listed for 10:45 a.m.. with Cantor
David Conviser and the Temple
Beth Sholom Choir assisting at all
services. Rabbi Jerrold Levy, as-
sistant to Dr. Kronisn. is helping
to coordinate the religious pro-
grams dedicated to the 25th an-
niversary weekend.
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'of American Jewry's most out-
standing leaders, Samuel Rothberg
of Peoria, 111., "ill join in the
tribute to Rabbi Kronish. I.
berg is national chairman ol Mai''
ol Israel Bonds, president ol Is-
rael Investors Corporation and
.. gident of Capital for Isra I
I rincipal agency securii | rivate
invi stmenl in Isra< I.
R ithl i rg, ;. v
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ha- worked with Ral I i K
ption oi I Si iti
ol Israel in 1948 foi Is
and political survive
James Albert, a past pn -
of Temple Beth Sh ill m who now
serves as general chairman of Is-
rael Bonds in Greater Miami, will
present Rothberg at the di
a-, ither syna.cof.-ur past pres
Leon J. Ell, who has headed the
Jewish National Fund and n
' ous other Israeli causes, will in-
' troduce Ambassador Harman.
During the dinner. Dr. Weinstein
will present Rabbi Kronish with
; the Histadrut Mrdal ol Honor,
-t international award of Is-
ratl's largest organization and
greetings from their organization
with be brought by Thi
Bikel, national via president
the American Jiwish Congress
which Raoui km nish als i is a
national vice presidi nt md Milton
'.'.' iss, president
Mrs
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Friday. December 12. 1969
''- knistfkrSdlgan
Page 9-A
,
Beth Sholom Sees Change In 25
Years With Rabbi Leon Kronish
When Dr. Ix-on (Cornish arrived |
bl wartime Miami Beach as rabbi
cf Temple Beth Shclom in 1944.
11 re handful of families wen
the nucleus oT a SJrffBgOfue which '
has grown into a congregation of
3,200 families today. Bui the tern- '
bo i expand) d f om its |< asi d
s on 41st Stn t, wh '
com idi iv d North I
t i ih< ci n n site at 41 '
i irtii ol Arth ir i.
witl in a short ex .....
ol nost of Daili C
Ral Iron ish idu-
. Brookl
.' wish Ins) itul Religion
w ......,; ., |th Ilel
v as install< da
i S lal i ..
phi n S. Wise tin rld-fa
. .' : r who ha I ordai
im at t^.'- New York rabbinical
lary.
A lifelong Zionist, Rabbi Kronish.
takrn leadership positions in
:tli Zionist groups and wavered
ion choosing the rabbinate over
ing to thin Palestine as a
rmani nt resident, he soon made
Temple Beth Sholom a major fact
in the life of the Jewish communi-
ty and in numerous aid-to-Israi 1
; :.\ .tn s.
Dr. Kronish today is rational
csident of the Alumni Associa-
tion of his alma mati r. the Hc-
I .v Union College Jewish In-
stitute of Religion. I:, headed the
mmittce on Israel of thi Central
. nfi i i ncc of American Rabl is for
ars and Is national ehairman for
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synagogues of the Israel Bonds
organizations. He also is national
vice chairman of no less tnan
thrc< organizations the Ameri-
can Jewish Congtess, the Israel
illStadrut Committee ;::ici (if State
1 Israel Bonds.
A past pn Bidi nt of tin
hirii Association of Gri ater
Rabl i Kionl rricd his
i Bweethi art, Lillian, and
ha\ a daughti r,
i i- tudent at thi
'' and a son,
is who is marrii I
lical -; id : t at the
istoral nei ds of his
: ition never I i Rab-
bi Kronish still has had time to
: all.. i uidi thi x\ anding
grams of Beth Sholom
and to work elosi ly with leadi rs
I th< n lig.....s school, adult edu-
cation and other synagogue pro-
grams. He has taken leadership
n li s for the United Fund, Greater
imi Jewish Federation. Com-
bined Jewish Appeal, Israel Em-
ergency Fund and numerous other
causes over the years and current-
ly serves as chairman of the South
Florida Conference on Soviet Ami
Semitism.
Rabbi Kronish is considered a
leader in the peace movement, and
conducted the largest religious
si i vice held in the entin South
during the recent Moratorium on
Vietnam.
He was co-chairman ol the na-
tional i nnial coi nt of th
1': ioi I Ai erica w Con-
gri atios Ik Id her i 1959
Sims on 1 I of 1
the r LTnion C ill
Instil ion.
Ra! Im Kioi ish belli vi s sti
in having his Templi 1. adi rship
assume k j positions in thi om-
munity. Today, for example, the
presidcnl of the Gn ater Miami
Jewish F, delation. Milton Weiss,
and the chairman of Israel Bonds,
James Albert, are both members
of the liberal congregation which
is the only Miami Beach synagogue
al.....ited with the UAHC.
Rabbi Kronish a frequent
visitor to Israel, where he h is
hundreds of friends from Prime
Minister Golda Mcir to average
kibbutznlks. He and Mrs. Kronish
enjoy practicing their expert He-
Looking ever an October, 1353, model of the then-projected
Temple Beth Sholom are, left to right, Morry B. Mcrris
Rabbi Kronish. John Serbin and the late Joseph Arkin. Mi
Serbia wes the congregation president at that time; Mr.
Morris and Mr. Arkin were heading a development fane
campaign.
*
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Israel the tall and ever-active
spiritual leader i.- called upon for
speeches with little or no notice.
This past summer he took part
in the American Jewish Congress'
annual dialogue between Israelis
and Americans at the Technion in
Haita. dedicated a new Histadrut-
sponsored Elsie Bonem Medical
Center at Ramleb. toured Israel
Bonds projects throughout the
young country, and formulati-d
plans for Histadrut's Golden Jubi-
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* Jen i I fhridfifiin
Friday, December 12. 1969
Guide Issued By Rabbinical Association
The Rabbinical Association of A Responsible Christian Leader. t*-sholl Jewish children partW-
Greater Miami has issued a "Guide bemoan the perversion of the pate in < hnstmiis parties ...
for Jewish Parents Regarding Christmas season and arc trying public schookil
Christmas." The Guide was Issued to do something about it. Christ-
In the name of the Ass,.nation by Ian clergymen and laymen
con-
,\ Paritii s d< si n at< d as Christ-
.HAVAT SHALOM CONGREGA-
TmN 995 SW 67th Ave. Orthodox
Cantor Morri Barr.
Ave.
NbH TAMID (TEMPLE). 80tn St. and
Tatum Waterway, Conservative.
Rabbi Eugene Laboviti. Cantor Ed.
ward Klein. 29
7055 Bonlti Dr.
neaa V. eber.
30
fusion and inflicts \. hich the holi-
day pose s : i thi m.
tjIsn't ; Itriatmw .i national holl-
Uii> \\c ill ~ 'in obser\-e In
good con '' -i '.'
A B ks nd gcvoi nmi nl agen-
cies lo but above all things,
istmas is a major Christian
h ci 1. brates the birth
ol Jesus, the Christian Messiah.
Tosuggi si to out Christian friends
that Christmas is anything else
would be presumptuous. Christmas
is not in the same category as
Thanksgiving Day. Fourth of July.
Decoration Day, or any other
American holiday. Since we do not
regard Jesus as our savior, we can
not in soo Christmas. To do so is to violate
our religious principles.
tjnow do Christian clergymen
.ml the responsible Christian laity
retard the problem'.'
it means observing Christmas?
A No matter involving violations
of strong religio convictions can
be regarded as trivial or minor,
fhe true spiril of Americanism
It is appropriate to ive< 'hrist-
pfts our Christian friends.
Howi appro u iat< to
present Chi ii ifts to J ws.
QShould Jewish children par-
ivould never compel anyone to act ,iri ,,, in hristmas plays in pub-
onflict with his freedom of .. ^i,,^*
.." s. su *' ". v '. '
Saturday '.' a m The "oi
Iti.r .\l I '
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II III
BETH EL. 500 SW 17th Ave. Ortho-
dox. Rabbi Solomon Schift.
I Mr
conscience. Our early American
forebears cam.' to these shares
precisely for the opportunity to
worship G-d according to the die-
ii.ii s of their hearts.
tree?
A The Christmas tree is distinc-
tively a Chi istmas symbol. Since
Christmas is for Christians, the
Christmas tree is appropriate for draw the distinction. If the parents
Christians only. The Christmas ** that; the performance is free
the Jewish of a" religious overtones, children
i. in Salu
.,i..: i I
tree has no place in
home, nor should any Jewish child
be compelled to participate in ob-
si rvance involving Christmas
11 res.
l in ____ ___
6ETH KODESH. 1101 SW 12th Ave.
Modern Traditional. Rabbi Max
Shapiro. Cantor Ben Dickson. 6
BETH TOV (TEMPLE). 6-138 SW
8th St. Conservative. R.-.bbi Simon
April. Cantor Seymour Hmkes 8
Frlilaj i j i'. in Uui -: ker Ha. i'
Kimlmll Subject "t'rlHeM In Tin
avoid all religious connotations, Middh r.,-. 'Foltowed b>......* m.....
But it is sometimes difficult to ------------
ISRAEL (TEMPLfc) Or GREATER
MIAMI. 137 NE 19th St. Reform
Rabhi Joseph R. Narot. 10
Friday s 1.1 pin Sernvni: liod, Wlml
Is HapiieniiiK To America .'"
A No! Christmas plays generally
portray religious themes which
have no place in a public
On the other hand, some schools
hold a so-called "winter festival"
in which an attempt is made to
may certainly participate.
QShould Jewish children
Christmas carols?
Blag
THE RABBI SPEAKS FROM HIS PULPIT
Mysteries Of Life
15V KAKBI
MILTON sdlLINSKV
Temple Ailath Veshuriu.
One of the mysteries of life
Pharaoh, and how it was inter-
preted by Joseph.
A No. Carols, being religious
hymns, do not belong in the public
school. Jewish children should not
be required to sing hymns which
embody a theology they do not
ace pt. Neutral songs that have
no religious references however,
are acceptable.
Ql)i> we harm our children by
directing them not to participate'.'
ISRAELITE CENTER. 3175 SW 25th
St. Conservative. Rabbi Avrom L.
Drazin. Cantor Nathan Parnass. 11
Krldny Ii) ii m. and 8:13 p.m Si r
in,.ii "To Dream the Impoiwibli
Dream." Saturda} R:48 a.m Sermon;
The :"ih '"' ntury Torah.
MINYONAIRE3 SYNAGOGUE.
Bird Rd. Modern Traditional
S737
12
BEACH
ADATH YESHUriL'N (TEMPLE. 1029
N F Miami Gardens Drive C
ervatlv* Rabhi Milton 8chkffaky.
C.mtor Tibor Mo'.es. 33
e
BETH TORAH. NE 164tn St. St 11th
Ave. Conservative, Rahhi Max Lip-
/. Cantor Jacob Render. 34
BNAI RAPHAEL. 1401 NW 183rd St.
C iservative. Ranbi Charles Rubel.
Cantor Jack Lerner. 3
|.-, | ,, si", |i in I Bl
nl Mr
II A. '"'
li a m Folli i
in .in.....r i'
hii IiIuhI. Mini I
i m ____
SINAI (TEMPLE) of NORTH DOE.
18o01 N.E. 22nd Avenue. Pf'irm.
Rabbi Ralph P. Kingsley. 37
i" 1 u......' al
,,,1, 1 -I' Thlnki Sal -
10 .." n n. i ...i XI llsval Un-
,\ii ..',.1 Mrs. N -in..a
(Srei 'i
SKY LAKE SYNAGOGUE. 1815' NE
19th Ave. Orthodox. Rabbi Jonan E.
CapUn.
l'. i.l,, v ". p 111 Saturdi -. H n ir Pi r-
tim.i: "From Klave to Prime Ml -'''"
YOUNG ISRAEL OF GREATER
MIAMI 990 NE 171st St. Orthodox.
Rabbi Naftali Porush. St
l-'n.l..\ 5:13 pin S.ilurdii> 9 n n -<-
n...... ,l..-,p,li Tin tin .11 Edu 1
OR OLOM (TEMPLE1. 8755 SW 16th
St. Conservative. Rabbi Ralph Glix-
man. Cantor Benjamin Ben Ari 13
TIFERETH ISRAEL. 6500 N. Miami
Ave. Conservative. Rabbi Ralph
Carmi. '4
TIFERETH JACOb, (TEMPLE). 951
E. 4th Ave., Hialeah. Conservative.
Rabbi Maurice Klein. 15
A No. The classroom is one of
We have just concluded the
>s Holiday of Chanukah and on this ,
what takes place in your mind ,,asI Thursday night we watched \ny places which reveals the
while you are enjoying those hours a8 a|] eight candles silently burned existence of differences.-W e furth-
Which we com- i commemoration of the miracle our children's personal growth
monly refer to many years ago. Men still have i and maturity by U-aching them
as sleeping. dreama in which they look forward that they can respect the faith of
Each human tl) conquering not only their en- their neighbor without embracing
being has the vironment. but also their abilities that faith. We can clearly mark
fascinating ca- a,| capabilities to succeed and those differences by such simple
pacity to dream triumph over their adversaries,
when the sub-
consciousness oi Unfortunately, too many dreams
his mind comes go up in smoke just like the can-
forward. In the f"''s on the Menorah, never to be
Bible in general tiuly fulfilled. To others the
statements as, "This is what we
do." and "This is what we do
not do."
QWhat about other Jewish child-
ren who participate in Christmas
2ION (TEMPLEi. 8000 Miller Rd.
Conservative. Rabbi Alfrid Wax-
man. 16
NORTH MIAMI
BETH MOSHE CONGREGATION,
13600 W. Dixie Hwy. Conservative.
Rabbi Joseph A. Gorfinkel. Cantor
Ben Zion Kirschenbaum.
MIAMI BEACH
AGUDATH ISRAEL. 7801 Carlyle Ave.
Orthodox. Rabbi Isaac Ever.
BETH ISRAEL. 770 40th St. Orthodox.
Rabbi Berel Wein. 18
Rabbi Schlinsky
and this wee's dreams might burn brightly until observances in the public schools?
portion in par- they are accomplished and success
ticular, dreams
ii attained.
AThere are now, as there always
have been, parents v. ho do not
Since every individual does have accept the viewpoint ol responsi-
dreams, thi question to be an- ble Jewish leadership. Tiny pro-
swered is, "Have you allowed ,i ,, their own when they per-
dreams to go up in smoke, or are mit their childn n to j
nninedbywhal they still burning brightly to light in Christmas observances. This
confuses the children of parents
play an i lant i Die in the his-
tory, nol onlj ,'pt, b-.n in the
of !'.- : h, and tin refon even-
tually i'i the whole history ol
. | iurse ol all our
in the mind of your path""
BETH JACOB. 301 Washington Ave.
Orthodox. Rabbi Shmaryahu T. Swir-
ky. Cantor Maurice Mamches. 19
BETH RAPHAEL (TEMPLE) 1545
Jefferson Ave. Conservative. Rabbi
David Raab. Cantor Saui Breeh. 20
BETH SHOLOM (TEMPLE). 4(44
Chase Ave. Lil--r.ii. Rabbi Leon
Kronish. Assistant Rabbi Jerrold
Levy. Cantor David Conviser. 21
Krlday *:l" 1* n.
1 i 1 .
Isl. Ii,.-'.mi' K
. I Mi l.i
... !
\\ III
-
'
CORAL GABIES
JUDEA (TEMPLE). 5500 Granada
Blvd. Reform. Rabbi Morris Kip-
per. 40
Krlda> *:!S p in Satui day It:' m
1:.,- Mitavah b>n.i Alllaon, da thter
..i Mr and Mrs !..-: r Mars
----
ZAMORA (TEMPLE). 44 Zamora Ave.
Conservative. Rabbi Maxwell Berger.
Cantor Richard Browdy. 41
Friday 8:11 p.m Jewlah Wur v. rana
Snhlialh 1 "1111. i t trueal Mn '!..
Alexander New National l'r.- lenl
.i\\\'.\ Raturdaj x 15 :, m s- mon:
MesMise ol the Toruh." Bar Mitavah:
William, on of Mr Jerome ti- ..-i..
Junior '' :,:-: 1 l'.i 1 H'li s, 1 \ 1. c in.
FT. LAUDERDAU
BETH ISRAEL (TEMPLE). 847 e.
Oakland Park Blvd. Rabbi S-idon
Edwards. Cantor Maurice Neo.
'- 42
CANDLELIGHTING TIME
3 TEVETH 5:11
EVANU-EL. 1801 S. Andrews Ave.
R-lorm. Rabbi Richard M. Leviton.
Cantor Jerome Klement. 4S

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SYNOPSIS OF THE WEEKLY TORAH PORTION
illi.
who do follow tne thoughtful i.- i i.,
commendations ol Jewish leader-
HALUNnHLE
126 N.E. Firit
HAUANDAll
JEWISH
JEN'ER.
Si Ii'.
BETH TFIl.AH ?(. Euclid Ave Ortho-
dox. Rabbi Joseph t. H.ickcvsky. 2:
Mikketz
Tou-i h mr ntc Vi i 11 holn ih.ir CUBAN HEBREW CONGREGATION. oL^,
l,N'1-1' .....' "" 1242 Washington Ave. Orthcdo, R-'
ibildleli ii'osl il they <\> accept Rabbi Dow Rosencwaig. 23
His r ithers b iw bef ire Jos i-'.i who is now the ruler of
Egypt.
"Ann Joseph was. the uovernor over the land And
josi thren rune, and bowel down to him" (Gen, 42:6>
MIKKBTZ Two yens later, Pharaoh dreamt a dream in
two slightly different versions, The dream terrified the king of
Egypt; l.ui none .: his sages could explain it satisfactorily.
Pharaoh's butler r nembered Joseph's masterly interpreta-
tions of 1.1 nils, and informed Pharaoh. Joseph was brought 1)0-
fore Pharaoh and explained the dream as forecasting seven years
of plenty tbaJ were to come to the land of Egypt, only to be
succeed..I Ic, seven V'-avs of famine. Up advised Pharaoh to ap-
point a wise overseer to colled wheat during the years of plenty
and distribute it during the years of famine. Pharaoh appointed
Josi ph himself to this post as his viceroy.
As Jos(">h had forecast, the Egyptian stores of wheat were
in greal demand during the seven years of famine. Among those
who came to buy wheat in Egypt were Joseph's older brothers.
Joseph recognized them, but they did not know him. Joseph so
contrived that the brothers came to Egypt a second time, bring-
ing Benjamin, Joseph's full brother, with them.
Joseph received them cordially, but then ho made it seem as
though Benjamin had stolen a goblet, and insisted that he stay
behind as a servant. The brothers refused to abandon Benjamin.
and all decided to return to Joseph's homo.
This rrvounting of tle- Weekly Portion of the Law t evtriu-ted
and bused upon "The- <4raptilc History of the Jewish Hribie,"
editMl by P. WoHnwui-Tsamlr. US. Fubllsher Is shengold. "" the
volume is available at 75 Maiden Lane. New York, N.Y. 160S8.
Joseph Srhlang l president of the society dlstributinir tin- volume.
'1
diversity in the ranks ol Jewrj
as a normal condition in the
American environment: (2l know
and understand the thinking ol
responsible Jewish leadership and
recognize that most parents arc
anxious to follow it; and 13) as-
sure their children that, despite
the participation of some Jewish
children, Jewish leaders have tak- jacob c
23
EMANU-EL (TEMPLE), 170' Wash,
ington Ave. Conservative Rabbi
Irv.ng Lthrman. Cantor Zvi Anlrr

'I'I TruKfil;
lj.-1'.ii le of the (In
Who Is Ki m
i in Sc i mmi 'Hi. Wi
: I H Me Ihir ,\l. .
Mi niid .Mi Mini II Man
KOLIYWOOO
EL (TEMPLE). S. 14th Ave.
R.iiDi Samuel Jaffa. *
|i in s. rmmi Tl
, i
i mon
BETH SHALOM (TEMPLEi
Monroe St. Conservative.
Morton Malavsky. Cantor
Gold.
172S
Ribbl
Irvin g
en a slum;: position for non-par-
ticipation, in observances of a holi-
day not their own and that this.
is also their position.
OShould Chiiitikah be cele-
brated in the public schools?
HEBREW ACADEMY. 2400 Pinetree
rthodox. Rabbi Alexander S
COHEN COMMUNITY
SYNAGOGUE 1532 Washington Ave
Rabbi Tibor H. Stern
OrthndOX.
A No. To do so violates the Con-
stitution, uses the t a x pa y r' s
money for sectarian purposes and 11-
jeopardizes the principles of the '
separation of church and state,
without which there can be no
religious freedom.
Cantor Meyer Engel. ;>$
KNESETH ISRAEL. U15 Euclid Ave
Orthodox. Rabbi D.1Vid Lehrdeld
Cantor Abraham Seif 07
MENORAH (TEMPLE) 6"0 75th St
Conservative. Rabbi Mayer Abram.
owitz. Cantor Nun Pelc-man. 2S
inn Is.
M,!."x" Inn Ju '{"I Ali' Tli. |N,
""> '' '" Ihir MiicvHl. |i 1
I nd Mr,

.a ,\l
i.' iii-
a ml Mm |.
SINAI (TEMPLE). 1201 Johnso" St.
Constrval.ve. Rabbi David S,~as Cantor Yehudah Heilbraun. 47
MIRAMaR
--------
ISRAEL (TEMPLE) 69?0 S.V. 35th
St. Conservative. Rabbi El it J.
Wmograd. Cantor Abraham Kalter.
P0MHAN0 BEACH
SHOLOM iTEMPLE). 132 SE IIU. *ve.
Conservative. Rabbi Morns A Skop.
Cantor Michael Frederick *S
SURFSIDE
MOGAN DAVID CONCREOA 'ION.
9293 Harding Ave.. Surfside. Town
Hall Orthodox. Rabbi Isaac D. vin?;

FZaebinicaf *Jeu
evision
QWould not Hie entire problem
Im- solved in the public school by
ioint f'hrlstmas and < hamikah
celebration?

j ANo. It is a violation of the
j Constitution to observe any sec-
tarian holiday in the public school,
be it joint observance or otherwise.
Wc do not correct an error by
compounding the error.
v.
rocjrams
Dec. |._ci, [o, ., 30 a m. rh Jewlsh Wl)I.ship ,,
Host: Rabbi Solomon Schiff,
Director ol C immunity Chaplaincy
Dee. 14-Ch. 7, 10 a.m. The Still Small Voice.
Host: Rabbi Max A. Lipschitz,
Beth Torah Congregation, North Miami Beach
Topic: Women's Mia] Mission Report
Participants: Mrs. Burton Levey. Mrs. Norma
Cohan, and Mrs. Arthur Horowitz.
.


Friday. December 12, 1969
fJenisl fkyrkUnr
Page 1I-A

Israel Rejects Security Council Demands
* -
UNITED NATIONS (JTAi -
Israel has tlatl) rejected de>
manii- by the United Nations
Security Council tint it rescind
:iii measures taken since June,
1%7 to change the status of j
Jerusalem and to refrain from '
similar actions in the future. At !
the same time. Israel officially
denounced th- Security Council
position taken in a July 3 reso-
lution and condemned its failure
to prevent "destruction and sac-
rilege" in the Old City of Jeru-
salem during its 10 years under
Jordanian c tntrol.
Th.' Israeli stand, disclosed in ,
a report to the Security Council '
by Secretary General U Thant,
was transmitted to Mr. Thant
on Nov. 27, ifter Mr. Thant had
made three separate requests for I
Information on what steps Israel
was taking to comply with the
Secur In h.s reply, Foreign Minister
Abba "ban reminded Mr. Thant
thai the division of Jerusalem
arose out of Jordan's "illicit
am* i action" in H4H in defiant
of the Security Council's cease-
fin appeals The division was
inated, he --aid, by hostilities
Init ated by Jordan in 1967.
"Jerusalem has been the focus
'. < is faith and nationhood
for 1,000 years and has been
Israel's r nter of go\ ernment
t\ i dec idi s." the Foreign
-' r p 'it il out "It is in-
le he d -clared, "th it
n apart
my intern I
c i". ho served b) p
I to
- id," ire
o the Holj places i
I nv>n ithi si ic relig-
F the first time
I the hi in< o! : aiths
h v been : ble to th is
ild th m sacred. Israel ha
en* that the Holy Places
will administered under the
!' risibility of the religions
con rtied." Mr. Khan declared,
iwi) :ic ship and religious institutions
des roved or damaged in the as-
sau of 1918 and 1967 h ive
bei or are being, restored,
usalem is a living, secular
citj Aith 200,000 Jewish and
70.00 Arab Inhabitants." the Is-
rai Foreign Minister reminded
tru Secretary-General. "Normal
movement and visit, residence.
bus ss activity and employ-
mi-' are mien to all citizens in
all | rta of the city." he pointed
out ;ts economic welfare is he-
rn ivanccd and plans are tak-
ing tape to enhance its dignity
.il leauty." He cited the pnr-
licipcition of over 7,000 Arab
re.-.: nts in the recent Jerusa-
lei nunicipal eli cl ions as a
demons!ration of "their positive
interest in the day-to-day ad-
ministration of the united city.
"The progress made by a
unitvd Jerusalem in the past
two years." Mr. Kban continued,
"stands in .sharp contrast to the
situation which prevailed from
1948 to |987 in the section oc-
cupied by Jordan. After its oc-
cupation in 1948, the Jewish
quarter of the OH City was
practically destroyed and scores
of synagogues in it were laid
waste. Tile ancient Jewish cem-
etery on the Mount of Olives
was desecrated and partly de-
molished. No Jews were allowed
access to their most sacred
shrine- the Western (Wailing!
Wall." Mr. Kban noted, "and
even Moslem Arabs residing in
Israel were not allowed to reach
their Holy places.
'International opinion his
i '. reason to regret that the
Security Council remained com-
pletely indifferent to the de-
struction and sacrilege of Jew-
ish houses of prayer, resiliences
and burial grounds and violation
ot the principle of tree access to
the Holy Places. It would be in-
I'uous," Mr. Ehan declared,
"for ;i body which did nothing to
prevent Jerusalem's violent di-
vision to work now against its
pi aceful union or to censure
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Friday. December 12, 1363
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UJA Leaders In New York
For National Conference
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be att< ndi I
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' the Mi.:ion.
. to Edwaid (lin
incl, < liu. ;.: neral chair-
ol the i'.'. ".. ;!.< purpos oi
ii c 'iii.-.< nee is t - v.hi Id Ji h iy in prepara-
n foi thi 1970 campai ;n and to
-. the dlm< nsioi of the cam-
70 drive will be crucial
Ii ws in [srai 1 at d in land.-;
. ,ii .i Um .. an i upn ss 'i an '. lo ik
the I '..I.A. for heip In thi ir
.. : ir i .'.. and fi dom,
-aid.
: thi highlights of the
u ill be s[x lit i awai la
i non-Jew j ho, iii the risk
i .' ir oun liv< s, helpi d save
" v. : i tort'iri and dc ath ;.'.
in Is of IlitU is Nazi horde.
:ii :. r an VI I Jo ph Andi <
I Graebe of
I r. A l< laide M I [a itval
......nd 1 >?. William Sand-
erg of Hoi
'< h; Ji v.,mi Appeal -is
'i Ii .-a: s to the confi rence,
h will be in d at the Hilton
will a'so !*' addressed by
sraell Foreign Minister Abba
: an. Mr. Eban, Ions considered
< f Israel's most eloquent
pokesmen, will discuss the cur-
struggle of the Rraeli i*ople
attain a pcac which will i li-
the survival of Israel as a
;at< in thf face i f Arab govern-
.. ntal threats and support of ter-
irist acti\iti< s.
Thi' conference will also feature
n r.ars on Immigration and Re-
nlimrnt. Absorption In Israel,
i nditlons in Kastcrn Europe, Con-
"i : I 'nil inception i i :--..-
is i .....i. than $2
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Uans o in.,n and settlement of
i Israi i
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n turn, funds the Jewish
i :'-' programs for resettle-
l and abs irption of Jewish
ifeiai ts in Israel; the Joint
1 t. but! n Committee, the majoi
rii an agency aiding needy
Jtws ovi rsi as ; the United Ilia's
Servii which provides for trans-
ation of ii, pn ssi d Jews and
tor their n s. ttlement in free na-
oth i th in I. rai I, and the
m York Association ol New
' ans w\ .. h assists Jewish
' f lg< s in til- l ;nt, u Slates.
Eichmann Aide On
Trial Third Time
VIENNA fJTAi An aid?
to Adoll Eichmann, who admit-
ted helping t.) transport hun-
thou nds ol J vs t.>
th A ischwit i eath camp, h is
in trial for the third ti
in five years on war crimes
charg s.
Franz Novak, 55, Eichmann's
nsporl offic t, received an
eight-year prison term at his
first trial In 1964 after being
convicted of "consciously and
di II erately c tllab >rating" with
h s chief in the deportations.
The verdict was annulled by
the Supreme Court for techni-
cal reasons and a new trial was
I At that trial, held in Oct >-
; 16, Novak was acquitted
when the jury failed to agree.
Th Austrian Supreme Court
quashed the acquittal on grounds
of insufficient legal Instruction
t" the jury and ordered the
third trial.
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paign, after a meeting at the Standard Club
in the Dupont Plaza Hetel. With them are
State Attorney Richard E. Gerstein, Rabbi
Leon Kronish ci T-mple Beth Sholom, and
Yehuda Ben Choiin.
Sen. Birch Bayh of Indiana was the key-
note speaker at the Advance Gifis Dinner
cf Ihe 1970 Combined Jewish Appeal-Israel
Emeigency Fund campaign held in the
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Friday, December 12, 1969
Commentary
by JACK SIEGCL
A Change Of Position Of Jews In The World
A RK ^^ Dr. Nahum Gulrimann he-
,forc a rm^-ting of Wei )d Jewish
Congress V sders deserves con-
sideration He said, "There has
been a change of position of Jews
in the world. Previously, Jews
were have-nots The reaction to
this was thai we wore fighters
against the status quo To-
day, wo have moved into the
class of haves. Jewish ideology
has changed is a result of eco-
nomics. As we .iiv part of the
status quo we have become the
object of attack of those want-
ing to change it. In the
flict between the have-nots and
the haves, the U'c-i cannot be
sure of winning."
Jews immediately think of the
p] es in which they are m si
subject to have-not attacks. In
:! I'nitod States, ,, g >d put
of the hostility of the Blacks
has been vented on the Jewish
merchant in the ghetto in recent
times. The Jewish merchant has
been in the ghetto for many
y* ars. But until fairly recently,
he either lived in or near his
Store. There was no wide gap
between his economics and that
ad his customers.
Today, however, there
"affluence pap," and the have-
this, personally and on
TV, and they want a piece of
the action, if they eennol get it
estly, they will find ways to
take it.
During the depression. Jewish
workers were subject to the
same economic fluctuations and
were among the have-nots, and
,i good percentage of the 13
million unemployed were Jews.
IsigcJL i^ among the few na-
tions of the Middle East which
belong to the have-. It- popula-
tion enjoys an annual median in-
come oi more than $2,000, com-
pared to an Arab averag ol i< ss
than one-fifth that amount But
the young people in Israel are
committed t their destiny, even
though it has been shaped both
by older p< ple and p tsi rents.
Then is no sizable resistance or
dissent.
The causes like disarmament,
world peace, poverty and the
Negro question, so indigenous to
rebellious *^OTh in Western
countries, do not attract for-
midable support in Israel. (Of
course, they have no Blacks in
Israel, but they do havfl Arabs.)
The Israeli youth go into the
Army, they fight and they do
get killed. Certainly they would
like to have peace, but they
know Prime Minister Meir is
right in saying, Peae< d.-ponds
on what the Arab' do, rather
than on what wo sa;
BOOK REVIEW By Seymour B. Liebmon
Emergence Of The Middle East 1914-1924
Tilt: T\*K OF writing a i
the ge er.il reader usi i I; problem.
When space is limited is He I r.istory with
a 32-page bibliognirh Otes be-
comes almost impassible.
The Bsnergeaec of the Middle >:.i-r 1914-1924 bv
Howard M. Sacher (Alfi 30J is a
valuable contribution to th histo j tl is trnjuble-
tbrn area of the world. Thos ire fatr.iti
the 11th chapter of I- that c\
come to the nations until th <; -
live in peace in the land v.i
Howard Secher's research .-..-.:
Israel Newsletter
and i terpret the \ cade in this con-
tury which saw the i World War I the war
which was to hav 'mad Id safe for demo. -
iacy. The decade refei d i irked the beginning
of a series of stupidtn i ti e< do-ible-dealing
and perfidy by Engla I and I c which has con-
.tributod to today's bloodletting We ire now har-
vest \z the crop of ha I i : listrusl the seeds of
Wh -.-ere planted moi tl ears ago. We
nderstand tod I. owing what
.. | > yesl wd >
i -His eini n ttigatoc of the Arab
against the was coddled
By CARL ALPERT
It's Not A Laughing Matter
SR \1 LIS VRI
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Israeli: Our (
Egyp Mos us one wi ,; \ eter rai
i ... VW have a plane that can reach Cairo in 10 minu
Egyptian: Our MIGs can get to Tel Aviv in one m -
: We have Moshe Dayan.
Egyptian: W have Talah Hussein 'Egyptian winter
is blind in both eyes
ic'ii in I gypl. u
\ v not
: i
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I .

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IVS 1
I
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inc Avail to
'. r i-li i .
o value th
: British Lord
Wh n I am tings, the 1<
s and r for the pot. When 1 i
riety it istom ary for j i t< i i eacl oth< r
word. You'd be amazed at tl uck 11 <>. the rest oi
rr.y can.- thai evening!"
Israel Newsletter
By ELIAHU SALPCTER
Television Revolt May Make History
IT WILL PROBABLY go down In
loc ii history as the "television
revoll And it may mark the be-'
ginning i Israel's political ma-
. -' ii d inths ago
tii eti of Israel'!,
> .1 -.; tel 'i- i ."'i |.. ftn ti. ii
lej ere i idy to pr ide se\
days-a-wei as i
Arabic uiba utted th< ntati pr immiti^
outlin oard ol Bi i. i-n ritj
-, i '-, i to .1 .1 anon .
- II IV > .| tt'let 1..: '
ic Because of religions
oppositi bi -ii leasts an i -
Shal ..,. ,,, ,,,.
member um in tui
ask< >i o in.
In the itiona teligio P
rrdnii i I i Lghl and Sh ih
i I i ;i ,1 houl ei "ii ing
anj n Th urity, by a
Iccidfd to give the gi ligfil i >i
......the date for its
X'i ho e ii. itter u |uickly forgol
idox and non -religiou, ilikei -
However Nov. i car- ...--. ; the Knesset
cetiont at the beginn.r; rtamexy bar-
gaining between the dominant Lauoi Party and v
potential partners in the government coalition And,
sure enough, at the first meeting between I miar
Golda Meir, 'whose Labor-Mapam ahgnmenl was
in the unenviable position of being five ats
' majority) and National Religious Party
he Raim Shapn i, the 1 tter brought up
" i ladcasts.
..... I 'k-lj lea iter, he did not really
' reversal ol the deci ion nor was II t be most
- ;- 'Mue for Um> reiigj wh during the
-' >'"' >?? I to radio broadcasts
'r w< TO ,; .,.,., '
-: y re ted, sayine i
I be arranged
follow -d were totallj
1 ; time what appeared to be the
,! ''"'''' down FYiday afternoon late
ire nothing kibe I
' itter had 1 cot e the
:: I and a symbol ol the politicia
'' "i 'i, majoritj
L"........ ""' tok pi pite of every
".': Supr.....eoourl justices issued a
'"'i'->'^ injunction against Mrs Meir and ordered
! > the British until he turned to
: during World War II The
F is il-Weizman agreemenl of J...;.
1 1919, might have contribute.! to a : 'Ppr>>chement
tivt ei the Jews and Arabs II Franc-- pa i net '> become a colonial power. "Arabs a;- nol .lous
t /.I'liist Jews, and intend to give them t u i>'.iy."
Felsal once stated, "and the Zionist Jews have as#-
iured 'h<" Nationalist Arabs of their int mti i to see
thai they, t areas." 'The area which Feisa! agreed w is t.i go to
the levs is the present State .,f Israel I aix*a
which the Arabs wanted to fulfill theii i Uam
was what they called "Inner Syria," which the
French to.-k over as the mandatory i> i
From the seventh century until H e ': iti>h con-
quest, Palestine had been a peripheral rtcd
wince of the Ottoman realm [n 18S3, it
> supported "_'r>().000 Arabs. Tl population
- to some 60 ,000 by 1920, lue to wb unmi-
gration and developm I 'I" il ikh-
were gi eful for thi i Bnl
.
Bril he A and
.....
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Our Film Folk:
By HERBERT G. LUFT
80 Sleps To Jonah
o- u thor. | reducer and di-
rectoi ol "80 Stagi to Jonah,"
le tor .ct-\-- Broidy's Motion
Picture International for Warner
Brothers release. i- Gerd Oswald,
whom we last saw at the banquet
in tribute to Pr. ne Mini-tor Gold.t
Meir.
The film is an honest tear-
jerker, dealing ivith a fugitive from the police who
hides out in a camp for blind children. It provides
at "- ti\( vehicle for the screen debut of popular
mg ingi r Wayne Newton, a favorite of the night-
- reuit, l| i i short of hemp a great film
' becaua nad on a modest budg.-t. but
si her irue to visual elements that do not match.
Tile sentimental and overly-svmpliiie i idea of
- taking r fuge ;r. t camp for D ,r,d children has
iti ounterpoinl r 'n <\u CIS of the much<>-dopey
polio force, represented *)y eeiojr Wynr & Slim
Pickens, who are unable to apjirehend the wanted
1 -' althi tgh his lace .s right befoi their eyes
throughout the p.iture.
The subtle performances of seasoi ed ictress Jo
Van Flee! (as the robust manager of the chUdroi 't
.;. and i .' .- Diana Ewing (porti lying ':,',
blind girl who | .....intercsl I, a '-
the play-acting (.i some unspoiled young I I
the factors thai | run-of-the-miU mtof
the ordinary. Gerd Oswald proves himsell to b a
much better director than storyteller He has added
delightful little touches to the musically developed
' sohmaht" and developed its similarity to the cIsj
'Going My We.
The director is the son of the late Richard Os-
wald, one of Germany's leading film makers until
the advent of Hitler. One of tho |es4 pictures he
madOj after the Nazis took over in Berlin, was a
musical si irring the famed Jewish .singer Joseph
Schmidt.
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V To Offer Day Camp For
Pre-School to Jr. High Youth
An exciting and interesting the Isra. li Showcase Scries.
winter camp for youngsters in Mr. Shaw, a 32nd Degree Mason,
j kindergarten throuKh sixili grade Shriner, Founder of Mount Sinai
i will be held at the i M-YWHA of Hospital and president of Temple
^9 Greater Miami, 8300 S\V 8th St.. Ner Tamid. has thus helped make
| for five days, Wednesday. Dec. 24; the future development and con-
Thursday. Dec. 23; Friday. Dec. tinuation of this fine
26; Monday. Dec. 29 and Tuesday
Dec. 30.
'mai

Iscdore Schwartz, (left) president of Chevrah Kadisha of
Greater Miami presents Rabbi Tibor H. Stern with a con-
tnbution to the Ezras Torah campaign. Rabbi Stern is one
oi the local cochairmen of the group, which raises funds to
build homes for scholars in Israel. Ezras Torah's first annual
banquet will be held at the Sea Gull Hotel Jan. 22.
A special winter vacation pro-
| j gram for Junior High boys and
girls is also being offend from
Sunday. Dec. 28 tnrough Wednes-
day, Dee. 31.
Both programs are geared to
provide wholesome fun and mean-
, ingful experiences for the boys and
| girls in small supervised groups
j The full day Winter Camp session
will run from 9:30 a.m. to 4 p.m.
during this school holiday week.
Deadline for registration is De-
iCcmber 15.
series pos-
sible, strengthening the bond and
commitment between the Jewish
community and that of Israel.
Kabbi Avrom Drazin, spiritual
leader of the Israelite Center, will
N ad the discussion series "Great
Movements In Jewish Life", Wed-
nesday at 8 p.m. in the "Y."
"The Chassidic Period" will be
the topic of discussion. The lecture-
discussion series is co-sponsored
-by. the YMHA and the-Bureaii of
Jewish Education.
t -A C
Ulpan classes, conversational
Hebrew, are being taught by Aron
Ben-Aron at the "Y" each Monday
night from 7 to 9:30 ,>.m. All those
interested in the 13-week course
can call Michael Katz. Israeli Com-
1 munity Youth Consultant at the
Y".
Sunday from 11 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.
an outdoor art show and sale of
, paintings. ceramics. sculpture.
' gems, handicrafts, antiques, de-
I coupage and sketching will Ik- held
at the "Y" for those who wish to
browse, bargain and buy.
[hode Island Club Installs Smida
y
Janice Feld. daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. Max P. Feld of 5120 SW 87th
Ave., on a Graduate Assistantship
H- n Frieden will bo the install- Mandel. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Meyers.
| ficer at thi annual install.!- Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Rogers. Mr.
jon and party of the Rhode Island1 and Mrs. Joseph Rotcnborg. Mrs.
hut. of Greater Miami in the Ann Rudnick. Mrs. Edith Schaffer, i at ,nt' University of Miami's Music
-r.nttton Federal Auditorium Miss Bea Silverman, Mr. and Mrs. | School will be the accompanist at
t34 Washington Ave., Miami. Ralph Shuster and Mr. and Mrs. the YM-YWHA of Greater Miami's
7 p.m. Sunday. I>-onard White. sorond ^^ ,n ^ .^^
All former residents of Rhode of Young Israeli Artists'' concert
Larry Staflg well-known mui-|
Ian ill provide the entertain- Island are cordially invited to at-1 series to be held a J the "Y" Sattir-
i blowing the Installation. tend the meetings of the club In ( M featuring tosef
the Washington Federal Auditor!- R
urn the second Sunday of each; Yank-!i-v. violinist, and Michael
Officers to lx' installed include
ung Cohh, president; Jack Man-
and Joseph Rotenberg, v'co
sidents; Jack Kahn, financial
tary; Mrs. Nathan Cohen, re-
- secretary; Mrs. Ann Ru.l-
Mociate recording secretary;
Harry Goldberg, treasurer;
: iseph Rotenberg. publicity;
(i Aden, sergeant-at-arms;
Alfred Aden, chaplain, and
Leonard White. Sunshine
- ittee.
month, beginning at 7 p.m.
Regency Club Plans
For Future Activities
Haran, cellist.
Miss Feld. who gave her Master
of Music recital Dec. 5, in Beau-
mont Hall at the University of
Miami, expects to receive her Mas-
ter of Music degree in January.
Mrs Helen Rose, author, lectur-
er and marriage relations author-
ity, will discuss "Are You Really
Living- at the 8:15 p.m. Monday Mr an(, Mrs Stanley Gilbert.
meeting of the Regency Club in ,-,,..,,. t
mr 1.1 f i in i. ... chairmen of the }M-\\\HA ol
the Washington Federal bank at
Oi the 10T0 board of directors 1133 Normandy Dr.. Miami B-ach. J Greater Miami's "Showcase of
Mi and Mrs. Alfred Aden, Mr. Dancing and refreshments will fol-1 Young Israeli Artists" conceit
Nathaniel Cohen, Mr, low. |series, have announced that Aqua-
Irving Cohn. Mr. and ... filter Corporation,
'. -
Mr- Max Dubin. Mr. an.I Mrs
1 Fishman, Mr. and Mrs Ben
t

through its
board chairman. Herman L. Shaw.
Ion Mrs Deniciereh.lrtr.and Rsher Art Gallery. 3929 Ponce do hls becon*' the first benefactor of
Harry Goldberg Mrs Pauline B|vil c,mil ,;aWl.s g ,,.,.. '
nberg, Mr. and Mrs. Al Hush
.1 Mn. Jack Kahn. Mr and Friday. Dec.
The chb will host a holiday,
ocktail dance in the Granville
music
ALLEN
GINSBERG
and
FATHER.
LOUIS
IN A
POETRY READING
DECEMBER 21,
at 10 a.m.
at
TEMPLE ISRAEL
of MIAMI
(Only Miami appearance
in 1969)
Limited number of
tickets available
Call 379-8311 NOW!!
Light on
a budget.
Electric rates have
gone down eleven
times since I9S7I
Here's new light on
inflation: while most
prices have been rising
sky-high, the price of
electricity has gone
down. 1 he average price
paid per kilowatt hour
by I-PL-served families
today is one-third less
than it was in 1957
There's no match for
nameless electric ... it's
the biggest bargain
in vour budget'
H

:.otiis Kerness, Mr. and Mrs nlshed bj a three-piece orchestra.
PritcheT, Mr. and Mrs. Jack \ll singles are invited.
help?
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President & Owner
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BRAND-MOORE REALTY CORP
ANNOUNCES
EFFECTIVE IMMEDIATELY
Wo will be doing business under the new corporate
name of "Frsnk Moore Realty Inc., Hollywood."
FRANK
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UFewisli Floridian
Miami, Florida Friday, December 12, 1989
Section B
News Analyst One Of 3 Forum Guests
Mm M ason
Three outstaning American per-
sonalities v. ill be presented in a
1970 winter season forum series
sponsored by the Sisterhood of
Temple Beth Kl, Hollywood, be-
ginning Saturday. Jan. 24.
CBS news analyst Harry Rea-
soner, whose reports and Interpre-
tations >f the news are seen fre-
quently on TV, will be the first
speaker in the forum series, to be
held in the auditorium of the
temple, 1351 S. 14th Aw.. Holly-
wood.
\ thor and humorist Herbert
Tarr, who is an ordained rabbi,
will be the Forum's second speak-
er Saturday, Feb. 21. One of the
books authored by Rabbi Tarr,
"The Coi ~ n of Ch iplain C >
hen" l Ij being made into
,i motion picture; another, called
"Heaven Help Us." has sold more
than i milli >n copies ind h is b -
Kogan Appointed
Municipal Judge
Miarr.i Beach attorney an-\
community leader Zev W.
qan, whose appointment
3 a Municipal Co rrt Judqe
is ennounced this week, is
past preside?".-. c; the Miarr.i
ich Bar Association
raited Ruler c: the Miami
ich Lodqe, 3 P.O.E c:v
ci the leaders cf I i lev sh
National Fund and a member
die iixayv.9 Deinccralic
ub and the Zionist Orrjani-
n cf Arr.e:
Plight Of Russian
Jews Forum Topic
At th< si con f a si ries
: | Sinai.
^. (I for I
r g and : issues ol
times," Jo6i ; I l'ai ich w ill
I i in- gin st speal
Mr. Yanich, exi itive director,
S itii> ast Region >l thi American
*ish Congress will show films
I relate his exi s during
a three-week study t iur of Russia
i is summer. His topic, detailing
his meetings with Jews in Moscow,
V ligograd, Rostov on Don. Sochi.
Kiev and Leningrad, will !* "The
(lorn to Fear: The Plight of
.'. isian Jews Today."
A native of Detroit. Mich.. Mr.
V mieh obtained his B.A. degree in
iology from Wayne University,
and his M.SAV. degree from the
vcrsity of Michigan's School of
S tcial Work, when' he majored in
(immunity Organization. He has
American Jewish Congress
Study tours, to Spain and Israel in
1 165, and to Greece and Israel in
1968. and is a member of the Na-
il inal Association of Social W'ork-
i, Academy ol Certified Social
Workers and National Association
ol [ntergroop Relations Officials,
and serves on the board of gov-
inors of the Greater Miami Jew-
ish Federation.
JFCS Inaugurates
Group Counseling
i' groups ari
foi > the Jewish Fai
ii mi ii ai d
won at tei tin to
r divorce.
which m ii el at
5 ol ice, 179 I SW
27th A\ .....
fissio psyi hiatric
- ,!... .v tkers fron th agi ncj 's
i sons may
>'ul: an >hi i. al the
translated into six languages.
'1 he series will close Saturday
evening. March 14. with the ap-
pearance of the well-known sing-!
ing star, tenor Jan Peerce. whose
voice has helped to make his one
of the most beloved artists of our:
time.
Information and reservations
are available through the Sister-
hood. P.O. Box 6525. Hollywood,
Fla. 33021.
Beth David Congregation
Begins Breakfast Series
Rabbi Sol Landau inaugurated
Beth David Congregation's four-
week breakfast-Torah series Tues-
day, discussing the relevancy of
Talmud in Ethics. The series.
which ends Dec. r>0. is sponsor) d
by the Beth David Men's Club
under the chairmanship of Jerry
Coburn.
Art Exhibit, Auction Sunday
A permanent Art fCxhil it will be
officially Sunday in Temple
5 ii ol North Dade's new social
'l hi gallery v. ill be inaugu-
i uith a 7 to 9 p.m. auction.
permanent i xhibil will fea-
promini nt [si a h ai lists.
Replica of the Abba Eban Shomer Am Yisroel Award.
which Israel's Foreign Minister Abba Eban will personally
present to seme eleven recipients at the Initial Gifts Dinner
of the 1S70 Combined Jewish Appeal-Israel Emeraency Fund
campaign in the Fontcinebleau Hotel Sunday evening.
tcgasr
\
BBW Chapter Meets
i monthly mi eting ol Hatik-
vah Chapter 1143, B'nai B'rith
w ill be hi Id ai noon Tues-
Ri itau-
13 10 B"a> Rd.. Mian:. I
! i, :: : will pi >\ 1
Chan
atii m.
. A63rd St
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Pomerance To Address Club
Following the 9 a.m. Sunday
1)1 ikfast of the Men's Social Club
i the Morton Towers Restaurant,
in n inn tmg will precede the
i 11 iction of the speaker by
Morris E presl-
of the club. The address by
i Beach Polk i Chi I Rocky
1 fiance, who v as n cently
ted a vice president ol the In-
lationaJ Police Chiefs Afsocia-
I is scheduled to begin at 10:30.
mvim-jrzi
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for giving or receiving
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mat you or she will enjoy all year
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Friday, December 12, 1969
Svna"oue Begins Campaign For Bus To Aid Wounded
*^ ?*" V i '..mnM!!.ii t \\. i If I 'Hi I II
At a brunch for the hostesses of the Sunday evening dinner
in the Fontainebleau Hotel at which Israel's Foreign Minister
Abba Eban will be the speaker are (from left) Mrs. Walter
Walk, Mrs. Robert Russell, Mrs. Daniel Neal Heller and
Mrs. David Feinberg.
JWV Observance At Temple Zamora
Jewish War Veterans Sabbath i
w ill be observed at Temple Zn-'
morn's Friday evening services, I
mid Mrs. Freda Alexander, recent-
i> elected national president of the
Jewish War Veterans Ladles Aux-
iliary, will be honored.
Active in the JWV A since 1948.
Mrs. Alexander, who will be the
ulpit guest, h.is served as state
president, chaiplain, conductress,
- nioi vice president, chairman for j
aid to Israel, chairman for public
lations, Americanism and mem-
ship commit tees,
Other participants will be the
president of the Auxiliary's Flor-
ida Department, Zelda M. Glass,
and patriotic instructor Evelyn
Fertile, both of whom are active
members of Temple Zamora.
Following the services, conduct-
ed by Rabbi .Maxwell Berger with
the assistance of Cantor Richard
S. Browdy. an Oneg Shabbat will
be hosted by the JWVA in the
temple's Harry Harris Hall. Louis
Alweiss is president of the con-
gregation.
Al the annual Chanukah ban-
quet held by the Sisterho i of the
.i cob C. Coh n Community Syna-
,:,. in the Deauville Hotel Sun-
day, Rabbi Tibor H. Stern, spir-
itual leader, reported on his receni
pilgrimage with Mrs. Stern to J%-
tisalem, and appealed for funds to
mv a -Wni-Hus with which to
soldiers In Israel. He and Mrs
transport wounded and crippled
Stern had distributed more thin
KKi personal gifts to the soldiers
and pledge to obtain a Mini-Bus
Luncheon At Beth Kodesh
The monthly luncheon of the
Sisterhood of Beth Kodesh will be
h< Id at noon Thursday. Dec. 18. '"
the temple's auditorium. Mrs. Sam
Port in. president, has announced.
---------
Weizmann Dinner Sunday
The annual Past Presidents'
Dinner of the Chaim Wci/mann
Group of Hadassah will be held In
Carpenter's Hall. 151 N\V 37th
Avc.. at 5:30 p.m. Sunday. Mrs.
Alfred Raker and Mrs. Phillip Bot-
wlnik are in charge of reserva-
tions,
for them by Purim
Rabbi Stern rece ved the S
hood's supporl : the project, and
the campaign is under way to raise
the necessarj funds but he em-
phasized that it is not strictly a
synagogoe project, and invited the
community to sh ir In "Operation
Mini-Rus" ContuhittMWfTtm be
,;!,. to the "Soldiers Welfare
nittee," he said, and
rheM young men have
maximum for their countrj ii |
we can gi\ at least the m
to make their lives mon c n
fortable."
\ imi-person benefit banquet Is
being arranged under the leader-
ship of MM 'Alfred Lieix
Mis Altbe Gentein.
ice cream] Idairy products
Extends to All Their Jewish Friondi
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FOR A
HAPPY CHANUKAH TO ALL
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GREETINGS.. .
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Friday. December 12, 1969
vJeni&t fhirSdlticbm
Pr-ra 3-3
(1ub Becomes
V Founder Of
New College
Leon Kaufm si lent of the
imi B ach G ilden Ring Club
presented a check i i
''' sol S is ; resident of the
it C >uncil of South
.....iklr i th? irganization
ol the Found* rs ol the (in
'! sh Sh iretl Col
i, R i Le K
inr.ai il the Israel
t Com has announ -e 1
R n i No 3h -
Israel t for Je erywhei S >m S20 00 >
I ised I :' bei for
: th S'x-Daj W r
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- the Suns'' ne < 'ommit-
talers i; on th R< I
nittee ire Mrs '. i
linn i !> i\ .'I and
irk Mi R ise Bine is
Leon Kaufman, president of Golden Ring Club No. 3, pre-
sents check which makes his club a founder of the Creater
Miami Moshe Sharett College in Jerusalem to Dr. Michael
Sossin, president of the Israel Histadrut Council ot South
Fic.-ica. Standing are (from left' Harry Minker, financial
secretary; Jacob Goldsmith, recording and corresponding
secretary; Mr. Kcufman and Dr. Sossin, Samuel Epr.er,
treasurer, and Edward Tumaroff, executive director of the
Israel Histadrut Committee c: South Florida. Rose Fine,
cashier, Anna Hager, and refreshment committee chairmen
Gussie and David Neimark are seated.
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. Marsh :. I 'mm k, Pa tin
camp offers ;i wide variety of in-
' :"ii acti\ ilies, spoi ts
;uiil hi ibbii s
Mrs. Jack Da\ is, 11042 Paradi la
Ave., Coral Gabli is cui n ntly ar-
i Ring appi lint nn nts v. ith the
Sin eti >i s, Mrs Karle V. Weinl
and Mr. Louis Weinberg, who are
i Mi imi for a limited i ime.
1'ii.i. r the sami ow n< i -~lii|> for
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Friday, December 12, 1969
Music. Arts League
The Miami Beach Music and
Arts League will hold its L9th an-
nual dinner and installation of
is and directors at 6 p.m.,
Tuesday in the Gourmet Room of '
the Hotel Plaza, 54th St. and Col-
lins Aver, Miami Beach.
Mayor Chuck Hall of Metropoli-
tan Dade County will serve as in- |
stailing officer. Chairman of the
affair is Boris Graber, a past presi- ;
lent of the League and co-chair-
man is Joseph L. Goodman.
The combined dinner and instal-
lation will be attended by 300
League members and guests who
also will witness a presentation
oi The Kenley Players' musical
show. "Can Can." in the hotel's
Kiegante Theatre, following the
installation ceremonies.
Eight officers and 33 members
. i' the Board of Directors will be
Installs Officers, Directors Tuesday
Installed for a one-year term I Nine new members elected to
ginnin- Jan. 1. 1970. Heading the the Board ol Directors, an- Mil-
slate of officers as president for dred Cantor. Mayor Jay Derm r,
his socond vear is Walter Palevo- Abraham Geduldig. Carolyn Hess,
da. assistant manager and pub- Florviuv Kut/en. Vesta Redman.
Bcity director of the Oi>eia Guild. Ernest A. Silveiman. Fannie 511-
Holdover vice presidenTs Include v< rman and Moe Zipkin.
Sam Annis. Joseph L. Goodman, .
Ben Lawson and Isidore Oberlan- Directors re-elected are N and
dor. Treasurer is Hyman Cleon; Mrs. Aaron Aberbach. Irving Bil-
rocording secretary is Kssie Green- lig, Fannie Broad. Dr. Louis
berg and corresponding secretary Bunim. Ksther Cleon. Ruth Free-
|E Lillian Baker. man, Sally Goodman. Lillian
Mayoi H..1. yu. and Mrs.
H. man Higgei Rose Lawson.
Harry Lipkowitz. Mr and Mrs. Sol
kin. Joseph W. Malek, Dr.
David .Morris. Edith Oberlander.
Barbara Palevoda. Mai ion Spear.
Viok i Tamas. Tanya Wolshin and
} Samuel Woolf.
Also serving a-- members of the
' Board of Directors are Ruth Brot-
nian. the league's founder and
j first president. Herman Binder.
' Harry Webb. Louis Siegel. Boris
Graber anil Louis Hoberman. all
- past presidents of the League.
Secrets Of Long Life
R J. Cheatham, managing cli-
i, ctor of the Shangri-La Health
Resort, Bonita Springs, will speak
or. The Secrets of Good Health
and Long Life," at the meeting <>i
the Greater Miami Chapter of the
American Natural Hygiene Soci-
ety in the Washington Federal Au-
ditorium. 1133 Normandy Dr..
Miami Beach, at 7:45 p.m. Tues-
day
'Intermarriage' Explored
Dr. Sigmund Fogler, poet, au-
thor, lecturer and student of Jew-
ish and Zionist history, who re-
tired after serving as principal in
the public schools of New York
City, will speak on "Intermarriage
r:nd the Fate of Israel" at the
12:15 p.m. luncheon in the Dil.ido
Hotel Wednesday sponsored by the
Miami Beach Zionist District, the
< hairman. Cantor Saul Breeh. has
announced. A review of current
i ws will be presented by Dr.
Abraham Wolfson, followed by
immunity singing. Jacob C. Fish-
at, is honorary chairman of the
i on club,
Women's League Party
! Women's
. i foi [si a< I ha s iled a
irty in thi Forte Tow i i s Audi-
I ium, 1200 Wesl Ave., Miami
h at 12:30 p.m. Thursday.
is. The group's recent Cha-
nuk was given lor the
ben< in "i ih" Home fur the Blind
ii, Nathanya, Israel.
Dutch Supper Slated
Norman Bruce Brown Auxiliary
and Post 174. Jewish War Veter-
;-.:*. will hold a Dutch supper in I
celebration of Aid to Israel Night
Tuesday evening at 4i>0l w. Klag-
)ei St. Mrs. Pearl Weinstrin. the
Auxiliary's Aid to Israel chairman,
will hold a drawing for a hand-
knitted afghan, and a film on life
in Israel will he shown.
HOLIDAY GREETINGS
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Federation Forms New Division
Mrs. Sol Goldstein h;is accepted i
the chairmanship of the newly
created "Tele-Person Opportuni-
ties Unlimited Division." Robert
Russell, general chairman of the
1970 Combined Jewish Appeal-
Israel Emergency Fund campaign
ol the Gceatcr, Miami Jewish Fed.
nation, has announced.
"The "Tele-Pi rson" Division will
reach oul to the many th msands
ol persons i;i Greater Miami and
will rcl.ii. to these people the role
and the needs of the Fcdei ition
1 its anni il OJA-IEF c
. n. Mr Russell said, It w ill
ford them the opportu
I supimrl
in tins humunitarian effoi I
"We an m isl fortun ite I > have
1 loldii accei it this ch dlenging task
ind >\ith her talent for organiza-
n and hei know-how, I look for-
ward to tin* division raising plus
dollars for the campaign," hesaid.
"Goldie's acceptance ol this
newly created position will cer-
tainly enhance the campaign drive
through greater volunteer partici-
pation," said Federation president
Milton Weiss "Every Jewish or-
ganization and agency in Greater
Miami will lx' called u|kiii for its
involvement in this effort."
Mrs. Goldstein's appointment as
chairman of the Tele-Person Divi- is a past pre lc:.l n s ter-
sion is another in a long list of hood of Temple i a
civic duties. A member of the Fed- foundcr-prcsid to h '" ;i.>f
'ration's executive committee and
United Fund Wo
]. o !i
game 'iions to wh -
or-
U board ol governors, she served delude *
tor two years as president of the Brith National r. i jsh
Federation of Jewish Women and Women and Ji .
the Jewis
She ilso serves r.:ii ma I
co mitf on Wo i pi nal
Sei vici of the (*'i ish
Federal ion- an : W
G iK.st i .cd
... i
women's divisions,
i '.I FWF in N'ovi
; led i in
ler [or the N tion-.il W in i
1 .' i.......: the I 'nited S) i
'i Am ic i.
M.B. Chaptet 519 To Meel
Mr. and Mrs. Ben Rimer will be
honored on their 50th Wedding
Anniversary at the meeting ol
Miami Beach Chapter 519, B'nai
B'rith, at noon Tuesday in the
Algiers Hotel, and an Israeli movie
w ill be shown.
"Jewish Floridian
me fA'oman s lAJorld
"nday. December 12, 1969
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+Je*istrk>ri ZOA Awards To Pepper, Daniels
______i c.,.,w the oower-
The South Florida Districts of
the Zionist Organization of Ann 1 i-
ca will sponsor their annual "Serv-
:. to Israel" Dinner Dance Sun-
day evening, Dec. 21, in the Ball-
Mi <>f Temple Emanu-El, 1701
Washington Ave., Miami Beach,
.:.' to Rabbi David ShapIFo,
esident of the ZOA Southeast
:-: gion. The dinner-dance will start
a c .stail r ception at 5
-. wi .'. by dinner and dancing
at p.
The highlights of the i verting
will include the presentation of
i Am i ican Israel Friend
Aw ird" to Rep. Claude Pi
.-. m irks thi firsl time that
this award of the seven-state
S uthi a t Region oi the ZOA will
: sented to a South Fl
itical leader.
Th< annual "Service to Israel"
award of the South Florida dis-
tricts of the Zionist Organization K gsjj for the establishment of the
, : America, will be presented to jewish State. A graduate of Harv-
community leader Mary Daniels ar(1 Law School, the Congressman
in recognition of her outstanding vvas elected to the U.S. Senate in
-t rvice to the projects of the Zi- 1035 and served there until 1951.
>...-ii=t Organization of America. jn 1950 ne was elected to the U.S.
Rep. Pepper, who represents the ; House of Representatives and has
MRS. MARY DANItLS
11th Congressional District of
Florida in the U.S. House of Rep-
resentatives, has been an active
worker for the State of Israel
sinci its creation. Before the es-
tablishment of the new State, he
was one of the leading members
of the Senate Foreign Relations
C mmittee, where he worked tire-
been serving in that capacity for
the past seven years.
A staunch advocate of strong
American assistance to Israel, he
has always been in the forefront
of any congressional action on be-
half of the Jewish State. A mem-
ber of the House Committee on
Banking and Currency, the power-
ful House Rules Committee and
the Internal Security Commit*
h. is currently chairman of the
Important Select Commit! 1
Clime of the 91sl Congi
Mrs. Daniels, who has been an
outstanding supporter of the Kfar
... ., r Agricultural High School
maintained by the Zionist Organi-
zation of America in Ashkelon,
[srael, h is m lintaini d 1 si ident
al ilic school for s \n ral y
a complete schol Shi has .
been active in n .'.:.; phases f thi
work of the Z< A. "'
ah of its Israel proji cts.
An active member of thi 1 "
ganization for many v ars, she has
shewn a s| 1 cial inti ri st thi
oul her lifetime in thi wi If an
under-privileged children as well
as in the education of youngsters
both in the Unit' d Stati s and in
Israel and also in health programs
and has hem active in the work
ol the Israel Histadrut, through
which she has established several
educational and health projects
in Israel.
Recording secretary of the
i Peretz School of the Workmen's
Circle, Mrs. Daniels is active in the
' Fight for Sight. Israel Bonds and
! the Tolner Social Club. Before
moving to Miami Beach several
years ago. she was active in Jewish
Educational projects in the Bronx.
where she endowed several youth
projects.
Participating in the pro-ram
will be Dr. Irving Lehrman. of
Temple Emanu El, Mia
a national via -pr '' tne
Zioi ist Organization 1 I An
Mo: timer May. past national ZOA
PuMd.m. Dr. I'- man!- Benes ol
th Greater > ia J "
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Susan Burke. Capt. Ben Frank Engaged
School and obtained her Associate
in Science degree in Dontal Hy-
rfene from Indiana University's
School of Dentistry, where shi was
an hi nor si di nts, will < ive her
Bachi lor's degree in I': blic Health
Dental Hygii ne from Indiana Uni-
vi rsity In June. On the D an's List
at th univorsil \h-s Berke td>u
hip in Sigma I ) Ita
orit; La la Delta
'hi Al-
... in!
the Junii '. ...
jiii \ cia
53 New Students Are Consecrated At ITnai Raphael
I ly-
MISS SUSAN BCZKl
sai : -'- dau hi r "i' Mr.
H irold I'.c rke, 10 S
'.'. st u ] I. ,-. me the I
: Btn M. Frank i I Sh. II
. !: -... in July, h r pan nts
. announc.'d.
The bride-clcct, who graduated
m (c:al Gab'( s Senior High
e, th -
A. : Shi Iby-
'i.. tain ii the U.S.
ni is statioi toi
'.' .
dual
i i. S!n Ibyvi bi foil i nroll-
thi In Mai
ol I > listry, whi re he
with honors. A senior
ssay award winni r, he was on tin
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After the Kiddush, -hurt talks
were given by Nathan Greene, ed-
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ch limai of thi b i
i dui atioi Mrs. Eliezzer Le\ i. who
wil i ch !') .. i Mrs.
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Program chairman Mrs. Elliott
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Arl;in and Alice Lee in a playlet
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Friday, December 12. 1969

. aces
AN EXCITING FIRST NIGHT
Opening night Is always great fun and the
]vnj|fc ot th? powerful play, "The Boys in the
Band," at ihe Coconut Grow Playhouse was no
in at 6'- pounds even thouuh she was three
weeks early. You can imagine what her weight
would have been had she waited until the ap-
pointed time!
Maixia. looking port with a njnk ribbpp.y),
Emma Schaver To Receive
University Friends Honor
A woman with many missions
i: life will be National Bonoree
of Greater Miami Woman's Divi-
sion, the American Friends of the
exception. As thenj^ unfolded 'Ml "Yfil-'gO if, r ^'^ '" ,Km~ ".' ," \f V? T
i.,ame appareSHr^t aTfaf asTeWWcon- U hastened as he? mother. Mrs Rae M ck,
cerned, the men in the audience r.u- surpassed excitedlj said the baby was 'the image ol Steve,
the women there were maxis. Edwardian suits. And ol cours, Steves father, Ben Tobm. saw th,
,.*-< .
?re
i frills and ruffles and cravats and ascots.
And most a n were young and goodlooking
stage stars them-
selves \ ling N ; ni '' nk introduced her
ht : .. I i M -. '' r, "'
e Ellen, who was home on vacation,
\ s wi iring an apricol pants suit she and her
mother bought n Chelsea last summer,
Mr. and Mrs. Mas Kern stopped to chat with
Mrs. Mike Albert in the lobby, where Mr. and
Mrs. Louis Seitlin were t liking to Mr. and Mrs.
Donald Thompson. Included in the throng at the
npagne party for the east which is always
Kciting were Mr. and Mrs. Mori Adler. Mrs.
Adler, who was wearing black, had on a pair of
those new short boots in black satin. They
sparkled like mad: too had she couldn't walk on
her hands. Art Carney and his wife, Mr. and
Mis. Hendrik J. Berns. Mrs, Roz Simmons. Mrs
Harold Spaot and Mrs. Alex Gordon were right
In the middle of the room. Mr. and Mrs. Harold
Brown, who hid taken Henry Fonda out on their
boat the previous week (he spent the entire day
at the .steering wheel and loved it. they said'
were there too. Mr. and Mrs. M. Bufman had a
table for their guests. Mrs. Bufman's pearls set
off her black dress tor was it vice versa?". For
once the audience seemed more interested in
the cast and the gorgeous outfits than in the
champagne and "super" hors d'oeuvres.
RKI'ORTKR WAS A LITTLE LATE .
. THE BABY WAS A LITTLE EARLY
M. Max Shira and Mrs. Harriet Finegold
had a surprise baby shower for Marcia (Mrs.
Steven i Tohin. She was really surprised. So sur-
prised, in fact, that she didn't even have time
to thank her hostesses and the guests before her
husband had to speed her off down to Jackson
Memorial Hospital. Everybody was predicting it
would be a little Alpha F.psilon Phi. and it was
her name is Jennifer Meredith, and she weighed
resemblance to Steve the vcrj first second he
. \ her l rv i days idy she's
hi r fi ther! i So wonder Steve is w
in ail thei days
THK\ BROKE Till) MOLD
When Bess Mrs. L uis 111 issei Iven a
tribute by th U.S.O. for all the m rvelous work
she has done for that on inization through the
years recently, her dear friend Abe Sternb
who has be n an inspiration to her through years,
,am. i i Mi mi to present the plaque to her per-
sonally. He was enroute to Germany to establish
that nation's firsl L'.S.O. in Frankfurt.
It was like a scene from 'This is Your Life"
when Bess's daughter, Mrs. Ray Connors, who
lives in New York, greeted her at the door of the
U.S.O. building. Dr. ami Mrs. Benjamin Glasser
had flown in from New Jersey to surprise her,
also. The entire family including daughter Sunny
and Sam Siege! gathered on the platform. B ss
was lovely in blue with a big while orchid cur-
sage, and more than one eye was misty a- Louis
kissed her. She claimed the entire panorama of
her life was before her eyes as the entire Jewish
community as well as the L'.S.O. paid her tribute.
Speaking for the Federation. Arthur Rosichan
said, "her name is legendary." Everyone Who
spoke said somewhat the same thing. "Bess is a
starter and a finisher no job is too small or too
big," said one. Dinners waited that night while
Miami paid tribute to the woman with the lu_-
heart who is president of Dade's U.S.O. Coun il
Among her friends who came to do her honor
were Judge Irving Cypen, Mr. and Mrs. I.....n
Kaplan, Mr. and Mrs. Sol Silverman. Judge Jack
Falk. Mr. and Mrs. Eif Gale. Mis. Harold Spaet,
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Katzman. Mrs. Fanny Broad,
Mr. and Mrs. Louis Schwartzman, Mrs living
Wexler, Mrs. Trudy Hamerschlag, Mr. and Mis.
Max Weitz, Judge and Mrs. Murray Dubbin. Mrs
A. J. Molasky, Mrs. Morns Alpert, Milton Bal-
sam and Mr. and Mrs. Baron deHirsch Meyi
life and reality." she sa>.
In gratitude lor hi r sigi ificant
contributions, she has received
many honors, including th
Koos. veil Hunia'i \
I [si ael Bonds which was ,; fcl.
upon her by Mrs I ;,.
she has ,|,
ii> in I..i. \ i j]
Fund i- wi ..
i
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I hat
r of
I.
MRS. IMMA SCHAVtR
Hebrew University at the Woman
oi the Year Luncheon In the Fan-
tainebleau Hotel Frid ly, Dee 19
She is Mrs. I m i & h er of
11, troit, a \ ivacious, dynamic i>< r-
son. who lias visited Israel "30 or
40" times and says that "ever)
visit, aid particularly to Mount
Scopus, is a tremendous emotional
experience for me."
A former concert singer, Mrs
Schaver took part in th< Zimria
Israel's international song festival
when it was held m 1967 tor
the lust time on Mount Scopus.
She was i,r.r of the lust to
enter the liberated concentration
camps oi Nazi held Europe at
the end ol World War II I wi nt
to sing lor the | ople ol the camps
because l believe in the thera-
p. utic power of music and because
I thought thai this could be my
contribution to restoring them to
Is ii
l. and I
is foi Ihe Houi .
.-hi .< cent I
lory to b
is bearing hei nam<
Ala: !
1 ,os Ang les, and is
! lai rj S. Truman tvn
I Advancement ol P
In honor f her lal
Mi ii ris Sch iver, this sun she
stablishi d an nuditoriun in his
in Beit Agron, head
ol Ji ras item's j lurnalists
The noon Dec, L9, lunclx on will
have Mrs Came Rosen as Woman
ol the Year. Chairman of the day
is Mrs. Samuel SimOObofl Mis.
Sigmund Fogler, uresidi nl as an-
nounced,
1959 Class Reunion Set V
Miami Beach High S lool's
C ass of ]9.")9 will hold its loth
.' ai n union at Forte T were,
Miami Beach, Dee, _'T Info: nation
is available through Herb o Mar-
i Williams. tL'l SW 103i I Ave.,
Miami.
Women Luncheon Topic
Charles Bluhm, historic n arch
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Foondera ami charter members
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become Bat Mit/.vah. and Mr.
Brooks assists in every High Holy '
Daj service as honorary ritual I
cliiiirn-an.
New York To Be Featured
Theme of the paid-up member-
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Zmn Sisterhood at 8:is p.m. Tues-
day is "A Trip To New York."
featuring a rr.ini-to-maxi fashion
shew, a "Greenwich Village" arts
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ZMIAMI ^BEACH
% SYMPHONY
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DEC. 14
SUNDAY 8:00pm
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Page 10-B
+Jen i$f Merit dF/fctm
Friday, December 12,
$*r
JHitzsJr
WILLIAM KKSNK'K
William Mark, sun of Jerome
Ri snick, will celebrate his Bar
Mitzvah a1 the Sabbath morning
services conducted by KabVtt Max-'
Berger at Temple Zamora
Saturday. Dec. 13.
The celebrant is a student at
Shenandoah Junior High School,
and is studying piano and trom-
lb .
Bill's father will host the Kid-
dush in the temple's Harry Harris
i in his honor immediately
the servici s.
Among the guests at the cele-
ion will in' grandmothers Mrs.
Freda Resnick and Mrs. Harry
I t, of Miami.
* *
GARY SOLOMON
Saturday, Dec. 13, Gary, the son
ij Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Solomon.
S310 SW 27th l.n will become Bar
x th it Temple Or Olom.
Gary has played football with
the Optimist team and baseball
with the Khoury League for tour
years. He is a seventh grade stu-
nt at Rockway Junior High
Si hool, and plays trumpet In the
'.i band.
The On< g Shabbat following the
: lay mi'.ht services as well as
Kiddush-luncheon on Saturday
illowing the worship services will
ii isted by Gary's parents m his
The celebrant's grandmother,
Mrs. Esther Solomon, his grand-
father, Samuel Rcsenstein, and an
aunt, Mrs. Herman Harris, will
me from New York to attend
thi stivities,
*
GARY COHEN
Gary J.. son of Martha Cohen.
0 SW 69th Ct., will be Bar '
Vlitzvah at Beth David Congrega-
tion Saturday. Dec. 13.
A "B*" honor roll student at
South Miami Junior High School.
where he is in the eighth grade,
Gary has attended Beth David's
Mm.-, school lour years and is
.i. Hebrew grade five.
A reception will lie held in the
brant's honor at his home.
Attending the celebration will
be Gary's grandparents, Mr. and
Alfred Moses of New York.
and Miamians Mr. and Mrs. Julius
i i hen.
*
HOWARD ROSNKK
Howard La/ar. son of Mr. and
Mrs. Samuel Rosner, will celebrate
his Bar Mit/.vah at 8:30 a.m. Sat-
urday. Dec. 13, during services at
the Sterling Hotel, 67th St. and
("uilins Ave., which is owned by
his parents.
An eighth grade student at the
Hebrew Academy of Greater Mi-
ami. Howard is a member of its
choir and an accomplished pianist
The worship service will be fol-
lowed by a Kiddush at the hotel,
and a reception in honor of the
lebranl will bo held there Satur-
day evening.
Helping him to celebrate the
occasion will be his grandparents,
Mr. and Mrs. David Rosner.
*
EVAN RESNICK
During the 8:45 a.m. services
of Temple Ner Tamid Saturday.
Dee. 13, Kvan. the son of Mrs. Au-
drey Resnick. 7501 K. Treasure
Dr.. will be Bar Mitzvah.
Kvan is a student at Nautilus
Junior High School, and attends
Ner Tamid Religious School.
The celebrant will be honored at
the Kiddush following the services.
Guests attending the festivities
will include Evan's grandmother.
Mrs. Carolyn Bress of Miami
Beach, his aunt, Mrs. Bessie Mo-
raines, and uncle. Robert Bress. of
New Jersey.
CONNIE A RON SON
Connie, daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. B. Aronson, 1611 NW 175th
Ter.. will become Bat Mitzvah Fri-
day evening, Dec. 12, at Congrega-
tion B'nai Raphael.
A student at B'nai Raphael's re-
ligious school four years, Connie is I
attending Parkway Junior High
School, where she is in the eighth
grade.
The Oneg Shabbat following the
Ben-ices will be hosted by Connie's
part nts, and a reception will be
iuld in her honor at their home.
Among the honored guests wil
te the celebrant's great aunt. Miss
Libble Aronson. of Brooklyn. N.Y.,
ner cousins. Mr. and Mrs. Dave
Taylor, Great Neck. N.Y.. and
.friends Mr. and Mrs. J. Henry,
from Ocho Rios. Jamaica.
Howard Rosner
LYNN MARC.OLIS
Lynn Allison, daughter ,,f Mr.
and Mrs. Lester Margolis, 5123 SW
b5th Ave., will become Bat Mit/-
vah during the 11:15 a.m. services
of Temple Judea of Coral Gabli s
Saturday. Die. 13.
An eighth grade Honor Roll stu-
dent al South Miami Junior High
School. Lynn has maintained an
A average since she entered school.
She was elected to the Student
Council and appointed to the Dis-
cipline Committee, is past presi-
dent >if the Spanish Club and a
member of the Spanish National
Honor Society. A graduate of the
temple's Hebrew ."hool. she will
continue her religious education
through Confirmation.
Lynn's parents will host the
Kiddush following tin services or.
Saturday in her honor. Helping her
celebrate the occasion will b. her
paternal grandmother, Mrs. David
Greenberg, from Milford, Conn.
* *
IRA MARGOLIS
At Temple Kmanu-Kl Saturday.
Dec. 13. Ira Barry, the son of Mr.
and Mrs. Allan Margolis, will be-
come Bar Mit/.vah.
Ira is an honor student at North
1 Miami Junior High School, where
he is in the eighth grade.
Thi- celebrant will be honored at
a Kiddush which will lie held in
his home immediately after the
worship service, and at a reception
hosted by his parents Saturday
evening at the Diplomat Country
Club.
Sharing in the festivities will
lie Ira's grandparents. Mrs. Doro-
thy Margolis and Mr. and Mrs
Joseph Liedman.
? *
RANDALL BROWN
Rabbi Mayer Abramowitz will
olficiate Saturday morning. Die
13, when Randall, the son of Mr.
and Mrs. Daniel C. Brown, 74 '!
Wayne Ave., Miami B) ach, c I -
I rates his Bar Mitzvah at Temple
Menorah.
A member of the Lawn T m is
Ass i iatio Rj ndall, who has won
si vi ral fii it-place trophi s, i* a
studi nl al Na itilus Jui I Si hool, wh i. he | lays
the S '.i" il ''' d,
The cell brant will b
a r< cepti in in I Hoti' ;t'
p.m.
.-, : i i it-of-town u sts
will be Mrs. Sylvia Brown ol L
v._ s, an i Mr. and Mrs .1
li. Nelson, of Chii i
* *
BETS1 HOFSTADTER
B< tsy, the da
Mrs '
Miami Bi ach. celebi r Bat
Mitzvah Fi idaj \ nine c '
!'.....h (' lioi
1;. tsj is an i th ra le -f di nt
John I-'. Kenm dj .; u ior High
School and attei s th pie's
Harold Wolk Religi S hool,
where she will contin ic her re-
. ius education. Shi is a
B th Torah's USY.
Betsy's grandmothers, Miami
Teach residents Mis. Ann.' Hof-
stadter and Mrs. >oi oth> Rubii
wi re pri si nl for thi festh il ies, as
wi re hi i aunt and ui cle, Mi and
Mrs. Mclvin Cagen, and cousin,
Donna Cagen, from Atlanta, Ga.
MINDY GOLDSTEIN
Observing her Bal Mitzvah al
Beth Toi ah I ation Fi.
i \i ning l'' c 12, w ill be Mindy l
daughter ol Mr. and Mrs li\ ii
Goldstein ol North Miami Beach
The ci lebrant is an i ighl I
student at John F. Kennedj Junior
High School and attends l\:\.
Wolk Religious School.
Mindy will be honored at the
Kiddush following the servi u I
at a reception in the Famous Ri s-
Dcniel Chervony Betsy Hoistcdter
taurant Saturda night.
Ira Margolis
Brown
DANIEL CHERVONY
-. n irning, I'
Mi norah, Rabbi May r
... || wi|] otiu iate at the
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Miami 1' ach,
Daniel is a st di nl al Sa I
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PALI. BELLIN
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Charlci Bellin, will I
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lay, December 12, 1969
*Jetvisti fhrkUain
Page 11-B
UGAi NOTICE
LEGAL NOTICE
UGAt NOTICE
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PnOBATE
No. 85426
JOHN R. BLANTON
In RE: Estat. !
CELIA STIASS.W n I; X
'-i: II.IA STIASS.W
I >i-< :i.-.*- m.tici-: to creditors
T.. All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
ing "'hums or Demand! Against Saul
Mi. and Mrs. Sam Pincue oi Lakeland (right) and Miamians
Mx. and Mrs. Morris Levitt attended the Variety Children's
Hospital benefit performance of "The Boys in the Band" at
Coconut Grove Playhouse. Mrs. Levitt is president of the
[Suburban League Women, a service organization which
Seises funds to finance the costs of care for cancer patients.




V.u an- hereby notified ami "requir-
ed to present any claims and demands
which you may have against ihe es-
tate "f celia STIAB8NY a/k/a
ceciija ST1ASSNY deceased late
of Uailo County. Florida, to the
Count* Judge.* of Dade County, and
file th.- Hume in duplicate and as
provided in Section 733.16, Florida
Statutes, in their offices In the County
Courthouse in Dade County, Florida,
within six calendar months from the
time of the first publication hereof, or
the same will be barred.
Dated at Miami, Florida, this i:tth
lay of November. A. I) 19*s
RUTH GROSSMAN
BERNARD SINGER
As Executors
First publication of this
I the 2lst day of November
I KROMKEKC. FROMBBRG
\ & ROTH, P.A
; Attorney for Executors
I M-102 Risoayne Bldg..
| .Miami, Ha.
11/21-2* 12 S-12
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY ';i\ EJN thai
the undersigned, desiring t>> engage
in business undei the fictitious name
f HAROLD 0 NORMAN, JR., M l>
al sun. 510 Ingrnham Rldg., 25 si;
2nd Ave Miami, Fla M18I Intend! t"
register said name with the Clerk of
the Circuit Court of Dade County,
Florida
HAIKU.H Q, NORMAN, .lit.. M D.,
P A .
By: HAROLD G NORMAN, .11: M D
President
FROMBBRG, FROMBERG &
ROTH, P.A.
Attorneys for
HAROLD G. NfRMAN, JR.,
MI).. P.A.
IS 12 19-26 I i

notice
198D.
on

7
fth books in hand, three University of Florida coeds dis-
- current campus topic; as they walk to c'.css. Janice R.
I. at left, is the daughter of Mrs. Natalie Finn of Miami:
: ght is Cheryl Weissman, daughter of Miamians Mr.
. Mrs. Moitcn Weissman; Sandra R. Reich 'center) is the
hter of Kenneth Reich, Jacksonville. The three are
cnbers of Alpha Epsilon Phi sorority.
bituaries
Pioneer Women Chapters
Planning Future Meetings
Sharon Chapter, Pioneer Wom-
'n. was to hold a meeting in the
IN club room ol LOO Lincoln Rd. at
,rr.v N Hi t>l 819 Meridian Kv, t p.m. Thins.lay. Mis. Sam Davis
) Baturdaj He ram* Is president of the chapter,
yt.| ago from > "omnibus
Treasurer of s; cuixi is oi The regular meeting ol Coral
' V I ';,'','."" :,;.;| Gables Chapter will b.- held at l
I of South snort s p.m. Wednesday in the home of
nut. survived by wifeAnna, Mrs A(t( |,. i.,.vm,., 501 Valencia
W :11aHi
to. Ohio,
wife Anna,
"t daughters Mrs I Ave. ("oral Gables, with a social
rude GoidsteTn, Toledo. Ohio, hour and sames following the busi-
Florence Meisel. Springfield,
Mis Evelyn Mavy. King- lietS session.
Hoselvn Ca- I
LEGAL NOTICE
N V and Mrs Hoselvn Ca-
, Sal. m, 'i> ... l" grandchildren,
1 r Morris, Dai 'on, 'hi" S sis-
Mr* IJbba Millmnn and Mrs
Voung I'Oth Of Miami Set -
were belli TUes,la> at Bivrr-
i- tTiapel. with Interment In Mt.
... i 'em.-tery
In. Iir M B Interment Mt Neon
HEKMAN. Norman. 71, T*l AbbOtl
\. m u Itlverside. Intermc <
I David
it. Hyman, S3, SOI Collins Ave.,
Newman
tton, Oussle 73, 5811 S W Mat
. Riverside. In', run nt Mt Nebo
ran. George, 89, S3M Collins Ave.,
I I: Riverside
'sserman, Philip, '' ll Drexel
> M it Riverside Intermehl
of David
rk, Aibie. :. bland Ave M 1!
n Interment Mt Nebo
)S, Best le, K I, 141 0 Pennsj Ivanl.i
M i: Riverside
CHTHAL. Fiinnl* H MSI Col-
Kw, m n Ulasberg
an, Rubin. 7, 1512 Washington
M i; Rivi i sldi Intt i ment Mt
INSKY. Row W IMHi
bei .
IfNHOLTZ. Lw lilt II..... s-'"
Blvd. Levitt
n, Murray n. 1451 N B
' st n M i: Riverside
ERS. Minn. IG, 1791 N'.iinan.K
M l: Riverside,
>S. Lillian, 73. JIM N K l.lal
laMit. Interment Mt Slnnl
>man, Hyman, B7, I48U Eui lid
Ml: Rtversldt
,ON. Israel, St, 1*61 Washington
M n New man
/.-: ..,. it...:." w Dl*l Hwy
. Blasberg
istein, Hose, 7... SOSS Collins
M it Rlvei side Lnterment Mt
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE! is HlMIKHY GIVEN thai
ihe undersigned, dealring to engage in
business under the netitlons num. ol
RIDOB TKRRACB Ai'TS. at :il-lth
Street, Miami lt.a.h. Florida 33139 in-
tern! to register sai-1 name with the
Clerk of the Circuit Court "i Dad
County, Florida,
VACI AV TIM A
UCSA1.IA TI.MA
(IROROB till.BKRT
Attorn.> for > ner
12 S-l-19-2
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICIC IS HKKKIIY (J1VEN that
the underslgnetl, desiring to enaage
in business under the fictitious name
of Till-: rllKK at I"."' W 57th T.i .
Hlaleah intend to register Bald name
with the Clerk "f Ihe Circuit Court
,,r Dade County. Florida,
I'lUCI. RODRIOCEZ
ESTHER FERNANDEZ
u 12 m-at l -
NOTICE OF ACTION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN ANO FOR DADE
COUNTY. CIVIL ACTION
No. 69-20315
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
MARTHA ANN WOERRI.E1N,
Plaintiff,
vs.
HERMANN HANS WOERRLEIN,
1 ?.lemla'nt.
TO: HERMAN HANS WOERRLEIN
Rural Route No, I. Ho* :TT
i >|.i Ward Road
Dunkirk, Maryland
You, HERMAN HAN'S WOERRLEIN,
are hereby notified that n Bill of Com-
plaint for Divorce has been filed
against vu. and you are required
to serve a copy of your Answer or
I rl|n : Ihe Bill of t'omplainl on
|. Plaintiff's attorney, VON ZAMFT
& smith IMS Capital Bui k Uuild
n't. Miami, Floi I il file Ihe
original Answer or PleudiiiK in Ihe
, of Ihe Clerk of ihe Circuit
Court mi or before Ihe Rth da>
: if j i.u full to .I., so,
i, by default will hi taken
you foi ill. relli .! in,, riil.-il
Bill ..i Complaint
Tin- notice si
. utive
in THE JEW ISH I'i.' >I(IDI \ V
l .1 i: \> I OHDKRKU at Miami,
Florl l.i. Deri I.....t
AD
i: II I EATHERM W
i 'in tin i "ourl. I '.nil I 'ou
|l> N A. HEW ETT
r>eput> Clerk
H "in in' i '"ini Si .i i I
VON ZAMFT A SMITH
l.-.IS Capital Rank BMk
Miami. Florida 33132
Attoi n. vs for Plaintiff
12 i.'-1"-_; i
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 86128
JOHN R. B.ANTON
In RE Estate of
LEE K AlT;AMSi IN
, i .i l.KNA ABRAMSON
Deceased
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
Tu All Creditors and All Person* Hav-
ing Claims or Demands Against Suld
Estate:
Y..U are hereby notified and requir-
ed t" iT'-s. nt any claims and demands
which vou may have against the es-
tate of LEE K ABRAMSON a k ;i
l.KNA ABRAMSON deceased lat< ol
Dade County, Florida, to the County
Judges "I Dude County, and file
!h.- same in duplicate and as pro-
vided In Section 733.16, Florida Stat-
utes, In their offices In the County
Courthouse iii Dade County. Florida.
within six calendar months from the
inn. ol the lust publication hereof.
or the same will be barred
Dated at Miami. Florida, this 8th day
of December, A H I9t>9
JAMES ARRAMBON
As l".\. ulor
I'irst publication "f this notice on
the I2ih day of Deci mber l
SPAltRER AND Ri 'SKIN
PRt i|-|;ssn \ VI. ASSl KTlATIt 'N
Attorneys for Kxei-ut
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 85910
Frank B. Dowling
In UK: Estate ol
LOCIS HEl.MA.N.
Deceased.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors anil All Persons Hav-
ing Claims or Demands Against Said
Kstute:
You are hereby notified anil requir-
ed to present any claims and demands
which you may have against th'- ro-
tate of LOCIS HEIMAN, deceased
late of Dade County, Florida, to the
County Judges of Dade Cnunty. and
file thi- same in duplicate as pro-
vided in Section 733.10, Florida Stat-
utes, in their offices in the Count]
Courthouse in Dade County. Florida,
within six calendar months from the
time of the first publication hereof,
it the same will be barred.
Dated al Miami, Florida, this tth
day i.f !>.....mber, A.D 1909
MARCKLI.A It HEIMAN
As Executrix "f the Estate of
LOUIS HEIMAN, I'., .used
First publication of this notice .-
th.- 12th day of December, 1909
HEIMAN AND CARY, P.A.
Attorney for Executrix
I 1"." S \\" Pit st St Miami
IJ 12 Iv-Ji; I .'
(MAN, Renu. ?::. 2191
N M l: Rlasbt rg
F.iml A 71. 177" N B 1*1
tiversid,-
tE, l(h,.,la m .,::.. MM Bay
M B Riverside interment Ml
X i: Hiv 1'ioVldr.I
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY
FLOHIDA IN PROBATE
No. 86143
In HE Estate nl
BEATRICE Tli.MT
l !,..,., I '1
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
ing claims or Demands A_4fal.lt Said
K-t.-ile:
Vi.u are hereby notified and requir-
ed io present anj claims and demands
Which v..u mn> have amrtnst ttrr -ro-
tate of BEATRICE iKAi'i' d^eeased
Int.- of Dade County, FWIHa, to the
County Judnta of Bhde County, ann
file tile sain.- In duplicate and
|MAN, Ellas, 61, 121 NE 170
N.M It Rivet-side. Interment
nal.
'EAD, Edward, 26, I9n0 West
MH Ulasberg.
Hurry. 6M. 780 73rd St MB.
'erg.
tL, Anne, ft, 740 Ocean Dr.,
Riverside
In Set-Iron MMf, WoMdn
Statutes ,ln th.-ir office* li:Wie County
' CourtH>use iii Dnde County, Florida.
I Within six ualengar months from the
i time of the first publication hereof,
or the same vi ill be barred
Dated at Miami. FInrlcbV this 9th
(hM of De.-ember. A I"
s BARA TKAl'i' BBIJ-INQER
A- Administratrix
Cum Testamento Annexo
First iMihllciitlon of thl .utic. en
the 12th dv of December, V9W9.
E. PAt'I. HKATTV
Attorney for
Administratrix. CTA
1003 Seybold Bldg Miami. Ha
12/12 19-26 I 2
|...i North IBacaj n< Blvd
Miami. Florida J3132
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY.
IN CHANCERY.
No. 69-20268
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
Ki 'Si: i' >t'i.1.
Plaintiff.
\ -
(I VKRY tJot'LD
11,-t. nda.it.
i'i. HARRY GOt'l.D
residence unknown
V..u. HARRY tu "i D, an
notified that a Bill of Complaint foi
Divorce ha- been filed against you
and you are required to serve n cop)
of your Answer or Pleading to
Hill" I Complaint "ii the Plait
attorney, MATTHEW tlIBSEN Bsy
120 S K Ind str.-et Miami. Florida
and fit.- the original Answer or !"
mt in lb.- office "i the Clerk of the
1 Circuit Court on or before the 9th
' day ..f January, 1870 rl j nu fail t"
I do si', ludgment by default will be
' tak.-n against you for th. rellel de-
lianded in Ihe Hill ol Complaint
This notice shall be published once
>a. h Wee1, for four .-OIlseeUtlM veel.-
iii THE JEWISH I'I-1 RIDIAN
DONE AND ORDERED al Miami.
Florida, this 11 i .lav ol December
A C i960
E H 1 EATHERMAN, Clerk,
Circuit Court. l>ad. County, Florida
B) H H I.ANWAV
ls-|.ut> Clerk
(Circuit Court Seal I
MATTHEW QIBBEN, E8QCIRB
126 S.E 2nd Street
Miami. Morlda
Attorney for Plaintiff
It, I2-19-30 I i
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT.
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA
Case No. 60-20130
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN RE
PETITION IF l: SENIOR PIT
''. II.I.IF MAE BCTLER,
his nib
A I .. iPTUbN i >F A MINI III Cllll.li
T< RE SAMKIi M xRI I.YN III 1 LEU
[X : ,. v.NllEKSIl.N
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VOC ARE HEREBY XoTIFIEI
Tl I \T Ihi i bei
.i- i Pelll i
on l.> It SENIOR Rl'TLEI
Mill: MAE BI'TI ER. I
miuoi
,-ou MAIR LEE ANDK
. u th.- naiui het
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er of |
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mid flh ihe original theriH
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tlaili County, Floi
. furnished tin I'laintil'l ^
r Ml. I'l'l.l ACK XII
7th Street. Miami, l-'l.-i i.i.i ill i
fault will I"- entered and stud Pctt-
i.- in ill be taken ugal isl > -i for Ihe
r.-lief demanded in the Petili
Adopt ioii filed In this Court
I' "TED a' Miami. Da Ii I
la this Mh day ol December
16
i: n LE VTHERM VN
i 'l.-rk. i 'ircuil Court
By MAROCER1TE KENT
l'. i.nt v Clerk
I AW 'FFICES 'F
PACIi POLLACK
17"" N W 7th Street
Miami. Florida
NOTICE OF ACTION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. CIVIL ACTION
NO. 69-20175
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
MARY ELLEN HANSEN,
Plaintiff,
vs.
Howard c hansen,
r.etetidanl.
i TO: HOWARD c HANSEN
;:i Mi |ba Street
Staten Island, New Yuri.
You. HOWARD C. HANSEN, are
hei-.-l.y notified thai a Bill ..f Com-
plaint for Dlvon has bi II filed
nrainsl you, and you are required
to ..... i npj nl v nut v swet
Ph adltiR t.' tin Bill of Complaint <"i
Mi.- Plaintiff's attorney MAX P
BNOEL Suit.- 17-11 '" it" I I'll--
i .. N w l"th AVi .in .Miami.
Floi "la. Telephom
ih, original Answer or Ph ulini
th.- office of the Clerk "i the Clrcu I
i '..in i on .'i Let,.re ih. 9th .'
lanuary, 197" If you fall i" di
ludgment by default -w. 11 be taken
airnlnst \..u for the relli t ih ma
th. Rill l'..in;.lain'
This not i- .- shall hi publish! .1 onci
. ,, reek foi foul ronsccul
i.i THE JEWISH FI.I IR1DI \ N
I iNU AND < iRDEHEl i .' Miami,
Fieri.i i. this Jth da) l'. 'ini.. r
\ I 19099
i: a LB VTHERM VN Clerk
i 'tri in' cui t. l lode i 'out 11 Floi Ida
Bj MARGCBRITE KENT
I 'l |>Ut} 1'lel I,
mt i 'ourt Seal I
l \w OFFICES OF
MAX I ENOEL
SUHe 17-0 I'el.ll. Hell-.
itun n w. ith Avenu<
... Florida
Telephone ST-a-Wl!
U i 19 J'. I .'
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY UIVEN that
tl.. undersigned, deslrlns to engage In
' al ii.s under the fictitious name of
an HEN OATH APARTJJENTB at
;,'.<:, Lake Pan.oust I'Viv.-, Miami
Reach, Florida U1H intend to reKlster
said name with the Clerk of the Cir-
cuit Court of Dade Countv. Florida.
VACLAV TIMA
ROSALIA TC.MA
OEOROB HIIHERT
Attornej for Owners
12 ". 12-19-26
NOTICE OF ACTION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. CIVIL ACTION
No. 69-20146
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
ANITA HAMILTI >\
Fl'l Tll.l.i i ROBERTS,
Plaintiff,
vs.
ASHLEY ROBERTS,
li.leinlalii.
Tl > ASHLEY ROBERTS
:;.'. Main Street
Qeorgotow n
Guyana, South Amerii -.
You. ASHLEY ROBERTS, are h.r. -
b> notified that a Bill "f Clmplalnt for
Divorce has been filed against you
and you are required t" serve a copy
ol your Answer or Pleading to tin-
Hill of i'..ni|.laiut on the Plaintiff's
attorney, I'ACL KWIT.NEY. 420
Lincoln Road, Miami Beach, Florida
and file th.- original Answer or Plead-
iiiB in the office of th.- Clerk of the
Circuit Court on or before the I9lh
day of January, r.<7". if you fail to
do s... judgment by default will be
taken against you fof the relief de-
manded in the Hill of Complaint.
Tins notice shall be published once
each week for four consecutive weeks
in THE JEWISH KLORIDIAN.
DONE AND ORDERED at Miaou.
Florida, this .Mh day of December
AH 19(19
i: 11 LEATHERMA.N. Clerk.
Circuit Court. Dad.- County, Florida
By: l. BNEBDEN
Deputy Clerk
(Circuit '"ourt Seaii
l'AIl. KWIT.NEY
4J" Lincoln [toad
.Miami Beach, Florida
Attorney for Plaintiff
lL' 12 19-28 1 2
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 85412
In RE: Estate of
| 'LARA I MILLER
I leceasi .I
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All i 'reditors and All Persons Hu\ -
ini: Claims or Demands Against s.. .1
Estate:
To All Creditors nml All Persons Ha -
'',.inn- or I niaiuls \. ... -i Said
le:
Yi u a re It- i .1., nnd requir-
ed to presi I al......I demunds
nhn-h you m.ij liavi against thi --
f Cl VRA I MILLER di i ..- -I
' Dadi Com tin .to the
ii lade I 'out ij
pro-
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notice by publication
in the circuit court of the
eleventh judicial circuit
of florida in and for dade
county. in chancery
No. 69-19093
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
MI'RRAY Si HNEIDER,
Plait '
-
ESTHER KLEIN SCHNEIDER,
l lefi ndant.
ESTHER Is l.l: N SCHNEIDER
l SI Paul Curt
Brooklyn. New York
You. ESTHER KLEIN SCHNEID-
ER, .ii. hi bj eoi.ii. .1 that a Bill of
Complaint for Divorce has been filed
against you. ami you are required lu
serve a copy of your Answer or
Pleading to the Bill ..i Complaint
Hi.- Plaintiff's nttorney, DAVID
THEODORE BERO ESQ., 801-3 Dade
Federal Building, l"i E. Flagler Street,
Miami. Florida S3I3I and file the
original Answer or Pleading In Ihe
office of the ci.-rk of the Circuit Cou I
on or before the 26th tlaj "i Decem-
ber, l9 If you fail to do so, judg-
ment by default will be taken against
you for the relief demanded in the
Hill of Complaint.
This notice shall he published once
each \i.-ek for four consecutive weeks
in THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
I" INU AND ORDURED at Miami.
Florida, this 17th day <>f November
A 1' 19611
i: 13 1.EATHERMAN. clerk
Circuit 'ourt, 1 lade t "ount! Florida
B) MAROCERITE KENT
1 leputy t 'lerk
11 'ircuft 'ourt s.-ai i
DAVID THEl 'I >RE RERl I ESQ,
-"I -:. I lade Federal Building,
i', n Ida
I'i: 1-1414
I r Plain I
II 31-St
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY tHVEN that
ihe in I. di Int l
business unilel Ihe fictitious natn. ol
wi .|--|'i iri i BEACH lb >'i i:i. at ll
Collins Avenui Mian-: Beach, Floi
.!- to reglsti r raid nnmi with tin
Clerk of th. Circuit Court ol i
Count) Florida.
TIKVAH CORP
n Florida i oi iionillon
M VRTI.N CENET
: 140 n i: I63rd Stri n
Noi th Miami Beach I"
12 '
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
Ni'liri-: IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engaf
business under the fictitious nans
l. K PROPERTIES at i'".' Ponci di
Leon Blvd., Cral Cables 33146 Intend
to register said name v,ith the Cl.rk
of the Circuit cun of Dade County,
Florida.
SIDNEY KRCOER
JBANETTE KRCOER
JAY I.BSHAW
RCTH LI-SHAW i
SPARBER and ROSKIN P.A.
Attorneys '"..i Applicants
liifi N. itis.Tivn.- lllvd.
Miann. Fla 3SI32
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Uewish Floridian
Employees Are Honored
By Mount Sinai Hospital
Miami, Florida Friday. December 12. 1969
Section C
More than 1,200 Mount Sinai
Hospital employes and their fami-
lies were on hand when the hos-
pital's board of trustees honored
those who have achieved longevity
of two, five, 10. ir> and 20 years In
ceremonies held recently at the
Fontaim bl< au Hotel.
Included wen' Edna Brown
Bromber, accounting, and August
Specce ol engineering, who began
ih< ir .Mount Sinai Hospital em-
ploymi ni in the original 55-bed
hospital on Alton Komi, and thus
witnessed the institution's
entire growth to its present 640
I' ds and a staff in exci ss of 2.000.
Both received diamond studded
si ia ice pins and SI,003 U.S. savings
bonds, as did other 20-yeai em-
pi .yes Israel Dingle, thoracic surg-
ery; Nathan Gaines. accounting;
Charles Hague, eafeteria. anil
Jaeob Steinberg, engineering.
Two administrators, executive
via president Samuel Gertnei
fiscal affairs din ctor Ss tel
Farber, also were recipient- of
20-year pins, as were retirei I "on
LcSieur and William Bronwil .
pn s, ntations were made bj I aron
deHirsch Meyer, president <. the
hospital.
Miami Beach's largest i m]
Mount Sinai plans to make the
ceremonies an annual event. Nor-
ma Ederer, din ctor of personnel,
announced. She said the 765 -m-
nloyes recognized for basing
nached their milestone plal aus
in 1%9 represented 5,117 yea.- of
n rvice to the hospital.
Chasin Guest At Florida Meeting
The pride felt by Mrs. Emanuel Mentz is
evident in this picture, taken at the testi-
monial dinner given for her husband,
"Mannie" Mentz by the 1500 Men's Cub,
of which he is president. Rabbi Irving Lehr-
man participated in the ceremonies honor-
ing Mr. Mentz, and Irving Silver, shown
at right, served as chairman of the dinner,
which was attended by some 500 persons.
Synagogue Council Award Goes To Lay Leaders Of 3 Wings
NKW YORK Three distin-
uished leaders in synagogue life
ven honon d by the Synagogue
incil of America, the national
rdtoiating agency for the three
- of American Jewry Con-
vative, Orthodox and Reform
a dinner in New York Sunday,
irmg which they received the |
>th annual vnagogui Stab sman
Ri cipients were Philip (.'.< m i I
iwrence, L.I., Orothodox leader,
:abbi Solomon J. Sharfman, pi s-
Ien1 : r ":: i agi >g h Co cil ol
ients 111 be Philip Green
., le der in the
. :-. vi nent; Wi .
laufman >:' Greal Neck, L.I., wh i
mil in the Reform mi i
.. and Nathan Maidi nbaum of
a rence L.I., Orthodox leadi i
L M'l Computing
Center Named For
Arthur A. Ungar
At a dedication luncheon for
members of his family, friends and
members of the L'M Board of
Trustees in the Faculty Club, Fri-
day, the University of Miami's
Computing Center was named for
the late Arthur A. Ungar. a
trustee of the University from 1937
to 1965, anil then trustee emeritus
intil his death in April at the age
if 84.
VM President Dr. Henry King
f, rd gavi a -i" dal tribute to
Ungar and a memorial plaq v
i unvi iled Inside the < lomputing
nti r fi Ing the I

n since January. 1965, -
univi rsitj c mputi r com] i k,
. ding the IBM 361 '' 1 i '
le i ffici > of the division of at-
ipberic sciences of the Rosi ti-
tle] School of Marine and Atmos-
pheric Sciences, the ('enter for
Theoretical Studies, the U. S.
Weather Bureau and National
Hurricane Research Center.
The move to honor Mr. Ungar
for outstanding service to the UM
had been announced following of-
ficial action by the UM Board of
Trustees. A pioneer Miami busi-
nessman and leading auto dealer,
Mr. Ungar for 40 years was known
as the "Pillar of Miami" for his
numerous charitable and civic en-
deavors and had been awarded an
honorary Doctor of Laws degree
by the UM in 1965.
Rabbi Solomon J. Sharfman.
president of the Synagogue Coun-
America, announced.
"The Synagogue Statesman
Award," said Rabbi Sharfman, "is
the highest expression of recogi
tion and esteem bestowed by the
Synagogue Council of America in
behalf of the entire religious com-
munity to outstanding lay repre-
; ,*i\e- ,: American Jewry for
their dlstinguisl ed leadership and
service to the community."
The Synagogue Council of Amer-
ica, i stab Ished in 1926. is the
only ri itlonal body which unites
the lay md rabbinic organizati
of Con: vative Orthodox and Re-
n Jewry. Its purpose is to _
the Jewish religious community a
- di-.e-. and a united voice
in all matters regarding which its
constil ii ts s are a common con-
cern.
B iamln H. Chasin. past na-
tional Commander and presently
assistant national executive direc-
tor if the Jewish War Veterans of
th United States ol America, will
be guest spt aker at a Department
of Florida Council of Administra-
tion meeting Sunday at the Holly-
wood Beach Hotel. Florida Com-
mand! r Arthur A. Selevan will
preside.
Mr. Chasin. who was a prac-
' ing attorney in New York City
for 35 years, is a member of the
b ard of directors. Pride of Judea
Children's Services and a rr r
>f the advisory committee of Tem-
; |i Sinai ol Brooklyn.
He v. ill als i ix' the gu< si lec-
turer Monday evening during a
l< adi rship course sponsored by the
I la Ji wish War Vi ti rans
starting at 7:30 in the < >-
Federal building, Miami Shoi -
BENJAMIN H. CHASIN
Local U.N. Chapter Officers Installed
Uh Council Shop Opens On Beach
Th Gri ater Miami s. cl ii u of
the Nati nal Council of Jewish
W i m n has opi ni d its fourth
Council Thrift Shop at 756 Wash-
ington Aw, Miami l'.i ach,
Procei ds from the shops h
provide for community services,
Council volunteers si rve in tour
categorii s, givim: more than .'.().(H*i
hours of sc i vie' per year to youth,
senior citizens, community and
Council shops.
The Greater Miami Section
opened its first shop 12 years ago
at 346 N. Miami Ave. and since
j then two other shops have been
opened at 1676 N.W. 36th St. and
j 5922 S. Dixie Highway.
Mrs. Irving Wexler, president,
cut the ribbon, officially opening
i the shop. Mrs. Morris Futernick.
vice president of ways and means
v. !i sii!*'i vis ii hops announ-
ced I hai Mi s, > \v. Wechsler wi
i 's chairman.
Miamion's Work Included
In Book About Poetry
('ne i : the poems ritti n I
Miami poetess Ruby Fogel (Mrs.
J. I. Levkoffl has been included
in a i ^ by poet-critic Louis i .
termeyi r called "The Pursuit i :
Poi try," published recently I
\ Simon and Schuster.
Mrs. Ltvkoff's poem, selected as
I a fine example of the "sestina"
form, is the poem which earned
I her the James Joyce Award of the
I Poetry Society of America in 196X.
"E=MC*: A Sestina Proving the
i Equation." Her book "Of Apes and
Angels" was published in 1966.
Thi M ami !-: ach Ch iptei ol
thi Ui I d Nat i ins As the U S.A. held its ii in din-
ner i : n tl Sivil Hoi
Aith Rep. Claud Peppei wl is
mbi r of its ton
\ ing as installii er and
j the aw ards pn si ni al i
; -;-: aker was Warick Ki nt
the
ional '' h i dis-
i'st I the i iments of the
'' N. in its 25-year history and
sen pr did ions i its fu-

Ri i lpi( ntS of the awards includ-
ed Toby Emanui l. outgoing presi-
dent, who was recognized for her
long service to the association, and
Hannah Yesner and Anne Miller
for their work in behalf of the
1 United Nations.
Miami attorney Paul S. Stein-
berg, who has been active in the
association for several years, was
installed as its president. The cur-
rent chairman of the City i Mi-
ami Beach Beautification Cor nit-
tee, Mr. Sti inberg has scrvi I as
; i, sidi nt ol the Miami Beai h
, s, din ctor of the Dad. Co
Young Di mocrats and holds
bership in the American and the
: le Co inty Bar Associations.
who will be servin
oi :.:.:, atii :i during 1970 i
harry Perkel, Andre Bialoli nki,
Abraham Grunhut, Mrs. T iby
Emanui I and Mrs. Anna Mil
,.,e presidents; James Hotchkiss,
treasurer, and Mrs. Hannah Yes-
IV r, seen tar.v. The hoard Ol
tors will include Judge and. Mrs.
H.niy Balaban. Hendrik J. Berns,
Sen. Harry P. Cain. Mrs. Jaffe
Dernier. Rep. Dante Fascell, Judge
Milton Feller. Max Friedson.
; Metro Mayor Chuck Hall. Mrs.
! Zev Kogen. Rep. Claude Pepper,
, and former Miami Beach ma.
I Elliot Roosevelt.
Officers of the Florida Council of Mizrachi Women's Or-
ganization of America who gathered for a recent member-
ship tea and Israeli fashion show in the grand ballroom of
Temple Emanu-H. included (from left) Mrs. Herman Shaw,
Mrs. Max Rothenberg, Rachel Katz, Mrs. Alfred Stone, Mrs.
Daniel Zalis, Mrs. Simon April, Rose Shapiro, Mrs. Hyman
Kolko and Mrs. Sol Trachtenberg.
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CHICAGO IJTA1 "It is no
gi r possible to speak of a
. ns is of the Orthodox Jew-
munity c&eerning Vit-t-
tnc president of the
\-:-,nfiwfOrth.>lul li m* Cop-
is of America, Rabli
." b ph Karasick, has declared.
- Ltement was a departure
the previously solid sup-
porl bj the Orthodox Union for
Vi. i-am policies of former
Lj : ii B. J(
Nixon Administra-
1i i".
Rabbi Karasick I thi Na-
th Orthodox Lrni n. "All Am ri-
can Orthodox Jews an vigorous
nts of Communism, in all
its variations ai lisguises. All
of us therefore want to stop th.'
tide of Communist aggn
from engulfing another country-
On this there is complete un-
animity in the Orthod \ com-
munity. However." he added.
H^lre s; lit o
war in Vietnam can su< i
-nine this and wh I
thus war do- s not offs I
--:' le L-ai:;s by weaki
unity of the Americai
Rabbi Karasick also I
the Israel Government of it-
Bering th.' unity of its people
by permitting Sabbath I
which offends so many of its
.;./. ns and frien I
on Orthodox synagogues in the
United States to "break
from the patti ins ol yesl
in their approaches and their
I Igi ting."
Pointing out that th
lution 'has imp sed
the Jewish \ ii
tin ly r* w set f >riti
urged th syna '
aside a minimum of 20.....
budgets for Jewish
youth work, and st iffairs.
"Even that Id I
Leo B. Meyer of New York, one
of this country's best-known
scenic designers, has been re-
tained by John Ken^ey for his
upcoming 20-week season of
Kenley Plavers productions at
the Plaza Hotel, Miami Beach.
Whatfe
great
for lunch?
RAVIOLI
tliatfs what!
The one and only Cheese Rav-
ioli made by Chef Boy-Ar-Dee*
tasty little macaroni pies
Idled with zippy cheese, then
simmerea in savory tomato
sauce Unv-m-m it's a
mechayeh! Great for lunch or
supper Just about ti..- easiest
you ever fixed and only .'bout
18c per serving
not Bough and i h
will ha v. to decide
realistically how m ich of its
,,,,, |S imisi Bo for fllese pur-
posts, on the basis of us local
bilitie^A synai
., i,, <>-..- t*y ''*t1rT'a Wmmur.ity wil
ivi rsity oi -
i no longer evade ihi
:.. the Jewish stud nts
on th with nv
tellecl
Calling the modern A

r Jewish sui i -X"A
York cioli gist,
x Jtw, igg< stid
a network of Jewish in-
stitutions of highi r I nin : b
| in rdci to i romotc
tul and en ative Jewish
sur..... rrtcs institul ns
... fewish stu-
Ic nts to l
: I Ii mi
n of
Jew is
and spiritual depth to t-nl
the religious comr
\- f th stud
Dr. Bernard
Lander t "
, that liberal
arts "- l 8n"
crall. destructive "''
- convicU
with i rising i" '
and a rejection of their own
nalt)
among J< wish .""
Lander cited stalls
Jewish val J' ul nts He said 1 the
I t, stanl students t S irah
I awi '
th, ivh le m re than 53'
. 5h-raised >< n (vc
-. The '
las/
uni Col!
Vale L'nivt
ii tl -' Bt
ivi rsity.
In anot tnor
Jorr; I
I i'eshiva i

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n He
ial define
Jewish communal
: in
He urged that
ttees be 6
tkw synagogui
dox Union's i
mission i i largj d to
all elenv nts
dox life.
roup
Review Books on Malcolm X
Tv YMHA Bo< k : .
will meel at s-
the h me ol
Grossman, 139M SW :.
for a review Go
Tin Last \'m: ol Vial
The Autobiogt ... .
X" w lit t n bj tl i \
ii-. assistai o I a
., v.iii b
Devi lopnn nt
\ .' Jaek Gold, :. .
!AKIH Campaign On
The Peshkin and N
tin of. i |
. IARIHI will
-
in thi Kon
Dec. 13-17. TJii
tributed will .
i
ied al
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bagel...and a cheering cup of Maxwell House
coffee. Both are constant, unchanging and match-
less in the joy they give-each in its own, a tradi-
tional favorite in Jewish homes.
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Friday. December 12, 1969
*Jf h ist FhrkNan
Page 3-C
Saul Morgan Named
Chairman Of Series
S .:'. J. Morgan, president of
l iry 2\. has been named lo
as chairman of the Temple;
nahu-El Forum Series, Joseph!
hi .--.. pri >idi!'.! of the'cori
has announci I.
Mr. Morgan, who began his ca-
as .1 build* r and developer
. the New York firm of Alex-
rider Muss and Son, has com-
-'. more than '.000 custom-
i:lt h imes in addition to apart
ii '. houses and shopping center]
Sew York and New Jersey,
A resident of Miami since 1963.
Morgan has become a licensed
Til contractor in Dade County
id fi rmed his own construction
::n since completion of the first
coast Towers high-rise apart-
-,t complex in Miami Beach.
- condominium projects have in-
juried the Royal Bahamians. Fast
id West, at Sky Lake, and the
Sew Horizons at Sky Lake and at
:.i amar.
A member of the Florida Home
lildi rs Association, the North
mi Beach and I In ater Miami
.1- 'in of Commerce Mr. Mor-
- rves as chairman of the
. Idi rs Dh i >ion of the Feder
m i if Je ish Charities and on
i pie En tnu-E I's hoard of di-
tors,
The Forum Series begins with
net ic i in R volt 1970," pre-
ted by actor-producer-televi
son ility David Susskind on
Inesday, Jan. 14. The s.
lecture, Fch. 11. will be Riven by
author, teacher and journalist
Max Lerner on the s ibji .-. "The
Problems of the Middle East A
Challenge t,< World Peace." The
final lecture. March 11, will be
"Some Advice to Young and Old,"
by Dr. Halm Gin.ott. clinical psy-
chologist who authored the two
best-sellers, "Between Parent and
Child" and "Between Parent and
Teenager."
Mrs. Gene Brodie. ticket chair-
man, and Mrs. Louis Magid, pub-
licity chairman, will he serving
with Mr. Morgan.
Bonling: Night Planned
Biscayne Chapter of the Ann ri-
can Medical Center wi 1 have a
night of bowling Saturday, begin-
ning at 8:30 p.m. in the Congress
Bowling Lams. 1650 NE 124th St.
Bowling, buffet and prizes arc-
included in the price per couple;
proceeds will go towards the
American Medical Center's fight
to conquer cancer. Mrs. Arnold
Schecter and Mrs. Rolxrt Brizel
are in charge of reservations.
The planning committee for Mount Sinai
Hospital's annual dinner-dance gets over-
the-shoulder assistance from Baron deHirsch
Meyer, president, (standing at left) and Max
Oicvitz, board chairman, as they go over
detail! of the D<=c 20 affair in !h~ Dioln-nat
Hotel. Seated are Benjamin G. Kline, chair-
man of the hospital's Founders Club, who is
coordinating the event; Paul Faske, chair-
man for social aspects, and Edward Shapiro,
chairman for development. The dence
promises to be a highlight of the season.
Israeli war hero Col. Shlomo
Gcrin discusses a script with
Maestro Bcrnett Breeskin. pro-
ducer cf the annual Chanukah
Festival in Miami Beach Con-
tention Hall. Folk sinqer and
motion picture star Theodore
3ikel headed the star-studded
program which featured a per-
formance of "The Sega of
Israel."
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Friday. December 12. 1969
LETTERS TO THE EDIToR
Bureau Of Jewish Education Needed
EUITOK, lit jewMl Klorictian
Mr. EJdward Qohi n, In his column
"Comment" of November 38th,
makes a number of statements re-
garding the Bureau of Jewish
Education which seems to me are
fallacious in many rwspcets. He
makes the claim that establish-
ment of a college will make the
existence of the Bureau unneces-
sary. Following the same reason-
ing, docs he advocate the elimina-
tion of all Boards of Education, be-
qauae We already have so many
public and private colleges?
It is unfortunate that when the
Jewish communities throughout
the nation are becoming deeply
concerned with the adequacy of
Jewish education, for the purpose
qf strengthening Jewish identity.
voices should be raised that can
only weaken that purpose.
The Greater Miami Jewish Fed-
ration has paid for a comprehen-
sive study of the community's
' role in Jewish education. Presum-
jiibly. Fulcra tiiu-had pickup the
most competent educators of the
United States to make the local
survey. Contrary to Mr. Cohen's
thesis, they recommended a multi-
track program lor secondary ed-
ucation and n simultaneous build-
up of the professional staff of the
Bureau, to organize, administer
and supervise the foregoing secon-
' dary education program, and to
intensify consultative and super-
visory service to elementary
schools of all types as well as to
develop the cooperation of the
congregations and the v (
I, further Mat. s that the Miami
Bureau of Jewish Education has
made important contributions ui
liltually every area of educational
1 endeavor. It praises its consult
live -s.rv.cw ami urges more school
visitations. It deplores, however,
the Bureau's inability to do so be-
cause of the very limited staff with
which it has to work.
With this limited staff, "hat
does the Bureau do? In three dif-
ferent localities in Dade County, it
offers courses in Jewish Studies
:in a College of Jewish Studies,
(not having a suitable single place I
Limited as it is by funds, it ob-
viouslv cannot give a full college
curriculum. But it does offer
courses in Conversational Hebrew.
Great Movements in Jewish His-
- ---------------1-----------f ~
'
Modern Hebrew Literature,
Universitj ol Wisconsin.
Thc Bureau has brought into
nd to prepan th. Rraduates for
jlSh leadership and for limited
i, aching positions.
The Bureau sponsors the Jewish
Book Monti., wo*"* '" '.....^"l
,ton with other Jewish agencies to
Jdv^nce adult education. Fm th
S6mc purpose, it ^"j^"s ";
biaryof some 14.000 books hi Hi
K2 Viddish Knf!t Z
[ibrary Is used extensively bj J- w
isii scholars.
The synagogue schools now have
R registration of over 12.000 puplhj.
Those schools are helped by th.
Bureau in many way rt helps re-
cruit qualified teachers [i ,.,,.
ducts ducational [01 ^
li achers and si din ctot
ii conunenda and valuati i
grams. In addition to the visit
a |e bj thi stall to detei
the-spot adequacj ol
,, ii i. aching, it coi
wide testing program to letcrmin,
th, i ffcctivi n.s- ol thi
; : OC BS.
Many more art the "Torts of
the staff on behalf oi J vis
i ration, but I l>< Ui v. .,,, rhe
above is sufficient indication of the
Bun au's main lao t> d acti
Mr. Cohen apparent|\ ., B|| for
a College of Jewish Studies. Does
lie propose to pick students lor the
college out of thin air? Would it
not require good primarj schools
to provide students for good ->>-
ondai y schools frt m w hi, h. in turn
the College could dra
pi, ni'iit of stu.l. nts.
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Friday, December 12, 1969
*JIfh H t HwHton
Ambulance Is Gift Of Florida Woman
Page 5-C
Frii nds, relal and members
ol th T m. s of Prayei
Synag........ Flusl ng, N.Y., attend-
1,1 ''' n cent c n monit a dedicat-
ing an ambul donted to Is-
rael's Ri d Cross Magen David
Adorn by Id p nsacola,
and hei daughtet Adeline, In
rate hu'sl'uffl and
fathi :. [j i '
The gift wa a ranged by Magen
Davi Ai ol i pporl win;-, in tliis
country, A Red Mogrn
Dbvid, v.It- i c.-nal chairman,
VS. Rep. I:.- m i 1 Cellcr, called
the di nal warm and com-
passi ati support and
sympathy : iel*s people's
stms rl i" b tt< r, health-
it f liv< s thi Magi n David
Adorn Loui Fa r of Flushing, a
r. lative of | r. help* d ar-
rang< the ri I ion ceren onii s
i tc mpl
Will am II .. associate di-
rector of Ai i< in Red Mogcn
Dovid Cor [si i pted the ve-
hicle ir, Ik ha ft Magi n David
Adorn, and pros uted Mrs. Soclof
with an ambiilanci citation as a
token "f its d< p gratitude and ap-
pieciution f- selfless ami
ginerous suptw i Rabbi Samuel
Schafli r, si ii it il li ader of the
ii mpl< spok< ol Israel's curn nl
prob ems an I I'sci ibi rl his per-
-Tj nr a'po
jufj-nn'i
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\ MILTON MANNHSIMfcl
EMORIAL GRO1
Mrs. Sara Harris, who has con-
tributed substantial sums to
the project, dedicates the Mil-
ton R. Mannheimer Grove in
memory of her nephew, a bs-
loved communal and civic
leader. Nate Glickman was
chairman cf the project in Mo
Ami. Israel.
sonal observations of Magen Da-
vid Adom's life-saving programs
durin hi > in this c mntry.
American R. i Mogen Dovid for
tsrai I, which h i. a : t
n 58 w. 57th St., Ni w York Ott>,
is n king additional donors <>i am-
bubum si ioidengn>and>> first aid
stations, radio communications
cquipmi ni and vital medical sup-
| 111 s
Xouth Dominates
League's Agenda
Youth will be the tonic at the
Thursday, D c. 18, meeting i f the
Florida Br: n h of the National
Won 's [.. airue, L'niti d Syna
ie ol Ami vi ,i Beth Sholem,
Ho'Iywood. Brunch at 10:30 a.m.
will be follow, el h a business
'' 'in at 11 10 and a workshop
until '_' p.m.
A film issued by the Jewish
Theological S min i y of America,
' For Us and Those Who Follow"
will be shown as part of a program
11'a t u r i n g repn sentatives from
Kamidah. r.s.Y., and Atid ICol- .
I' k' Youth).
The film di als with the prob-
!' ms voici d by the youth of today,
am! includes thoughts of scholars;
*uch as Di l ouis Finkelstein, Jus-
tice Arthur Goldberg and Dr.
! '' i nat d Mar.delbaum.
Mrs. Ai Ihtu .! Brow n is branch
. I I S ill nt.
New Film Fare At
\\ onieteo Theatres
Ni w fi for this week in
c'udi s ( inn y i Kiss a Stran
''". with Cam! [,ynl< y, Pa
!'"' ke ai i Hyer, and Thi
Fi of theC len Goosi ". stat i inp
'> r. Chailes Gre>
Aiii i. ; Gi -v.
"Once Vcv.i Kiss A Stranger"
is to oiK'it Friday at
VVoitu tco" Si'rf, 111; mpia, Coral,
Shores and t irele Theatn s and
' Th File ol the Goldi n G lose"
i t iw n al the Coral Way,
North Dadi nd North Andrews
I iive-Ins
Tlir pii mil i showing ol "Ma-
i ooni d" is s. t for the Byron
rin nl; Thrusday. Dec. is. with
i ils l nefitting the Miami
i Polii Athletic Li igue.
Curtain time is 8 3 I p m. with
ii slum s at
r/ q
In convenient foil-wrapped slices and
wedges. The way you want it, lor sand-
wiches, snacks or when company comes.
Imported from Thoune, Switzerland,
by Gerber Cheese Co., Inc., New Yor
Beth Am Religious School representalives
Siacey Weisman, Dawn Weiner, Jodie Wein-
er, Steve Moser, Jeff Pearson and Mrs. Jean
Gillis, the school's secretary, express appre-
ciation for contributions to the
UNICEF drive, which tota'ed S886
ping all others in the campaign.
school's
.92, top-
Hosts at Mount Sinai Hospital's annual
dinner-dance for it's medical staff Thanks-
giving Eve at the Fcntainebleau were Dr.
Maurice Edehnan, chairman, (left) Miss
Elaine Wagner, and the new president of
the medical staff, Dr. Milton Lesser, and
Mrs. Lesser.
Just the one of us. ^
There are times loneliness overwhelms us living here among the
frozen broccoli and asparagus. We're the only margarine in the
freezer ease. And the reason we're here is that we don't have any
Salt or preservatives. Which means we taste sweeter and fresher.
But that's just one of our advantages. The other is we're the only
unsalted margarine made from 100',; corn oil. Which means
we're not only better tasting, we're better for you. Because we're
low in saturated fats. Being the only margarine in the freezer
has been a little lonely. Fortunately, with all our advantages, we
know you'll come and rescue us before too long.
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tJeHlstftorM**1
Friday. December 12,
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hen', ne stayed on,
IXJoman ILV Because the women chosen (or the "Woman of the
Week" column are pretty special people. I always write
of them with pride. Ami if 1 didn't know them before the
interview. I always felt 1 knew them well by the time
it was finished, and I've new,- been disappointed in one
of them.
But tda\ i write with
as v.p'l ,i- ;>. Ide, !> the
Woman ol this Week h is
friend of mine ever since our
children were in school and we
Iced in PTA together.
Juliet i Mrs. Hyman) Lii
was born in New York Cltj II >r
father, Victor Neustadtl, came i.
th- United St ites at the end >:"
ilv 19th century from Prague, in-
tending only to visit. Hut things
were so much more to his liking
married a s^ft-spjken girl '.:
Germany and became a beer importer. In time. Juliet
and her brother. Ralph, were added to the household.
Juliet says she was "an average, ordinary" child, hut
those are adjectives one doesn't think of in connection
with her.
During World War I. both of her parents worked
with the German refugees, and it was from th"m that
she learned that we are "our brothers' keepers" and
when there are community problems, everyone should
share in solving them. Her father, who was proficient
on just about every musical instrument, composed an
opera which was produced in Europe, and through him
Juliet got her great love of music, which has stayed
with her through the years. She played and sang and
belonged to the glee club during her school days (but
nobody ever even hears her hum anymore).
Juliet's parents took her and her brother with them
to Europe three times while she was growing up, and in-
troduced them to their "world." At Hunter College, she
majored first in math and then in German, and after
graduation became secretary to a vice president of
Squibb and Son. Juliet and Julius Oshlag met during her
first year at college, and were married the day after he
took his final exam in medicine. She stayed with Squibb
until shortly before her first daughter, Dorothy, was
born. The hectic years spent while Dorothy, now the
wife of Dr. Philip Weinstein and mother of Steven,
Julie and Susan, and her sister. Frances (now Mrs.
Eugene Gendlin of Chicago, and the mother of Judith
Ann and Edward > were spent in Miami Bi'ach. Juliet
feels that the basic necessity for a well-adjusted child is
a happy home to grow up in and the feeling of security
that gives.
Juliet was president of Nautilus and Ncrth B?ach
PTA. and was most active in the PTA of Miami Beach
High School after her girls were enrolled there. She also
served as president of the National Council of Jewish
Women. She and her husband were close friends with
another couple. Dr. Hyman Lieber and his wife, during
this time.
Juliet went on raising her girls and participating In
community affairs after the sudden death of her hus-
band. And after the death of Hy's wife, he came to
Miami to see Juliet. All of Juliet's friends were rooting
for him and both ol her daughters, so it was ;>n exciting
courtship. They were married in 1932. Dody married the
following year, and Fran in 1934.
"Being married to a surgeon is different frcm being
married to an internist." Juliet smiled. Hy was a sur-
geon at the Veterans Hospital in Tennessee when they
first married, and took a job as chief >)l surgery at the
Veterans Hospital in Phoen.* later on. A- s i '.; as they
were settled in a new community, Juliet was alu
right "in there pitching" with 'he communitj work. The
most important always see; l t.. be NCJW.
The Liebers returned to Miami and its Veterans
Hospital 3*4 years ago, and Juliet says it's great to be
near their daughter and grandchildren, who live in
Hollywood. There close enough to "baby-sit." attend
the dancing reviews and Scout installations, she says.
Every year for the past 15 yens. Hy and Juliet
have gone to Europe for a month. He takes marvelous
pictures, she says, and does a line job editing and nar-
rating them. His travelogues are so good that many of
their friends have been inspired to take the same trips.
Outside of "home" Juliet's favorite place is London
one reason being that she speaks the language so
well. When the Liebers returned to Miami, Juliet took
her place in community life just as if she had never been
away. She's fine, now. but since she had a heart attack
a year or so ago, she has left the community work to
her daughter, who's also good at it. And this year when
her birthday rolled around, she didn't complain about
being oldershe was thankful to be able to have an-
other.
The Liebers seldom watch TV: their amusements
are on the cultural side concerts, chamber music, lec-
tures, theater, etc. They both read and enjoy discussing
literature. Juliet has a "steady" mah jongg game, as well
as a bridge game that's regular. As avid about knitting
as about reading, she has already chalked up ten com-
plicated afghans to her credit. The Liebers have many
friends with whom they spend delightful evenings, and
they are wonderful to be with. Hy i$. as my Jean used
to say, "A real sweet guy," and Juliet has a keen sense
of humor to go along with her quick with and sometimes
sharp tongue.
Hebrew schools are serving a
centers for NCJW s "Ship-a-Box ;
From left to right are Lenore B
president cf the Girls Senior High 5
(Hebrew Aeademv Mrs. David B
; C W I :::ison; Eii Oster, pre:
School; Karen Waldmc:.
ew Academy Elementary
H.gh Schoo.l and Mrs. Miriam Berger, advis-
or to G'Milat Chasadim service organization.
Lecture To Focus < hi Jewish Youth Rabbi On National Council
... ,_..., international Rabbi Charles
Dr. Seymour Martm L.pset_p, s, ,. ,,. ,. .
lessor of Government and So ^ was ,,., .
Relations lt Harvard h, ,h Rabbmlcal As
will be Sunday mom. ,,,. N |MoMi|1 l,i|;n,i
S2SiiJS2 Fri;ni- Symr8......'An
ur.ai.r nuanu o f>oshisha Ire.- recent convention I
Institute. .. | -,.. ,|M Ho((., Kiar<.- i :..,.
One of the ke" moderating
ure-i in last spring's campjs dis-
orders. Prof- Lipset *".! Id --
i':tv of Toronto. C
ORT Chapter Convenes
1 >r !.--' I book, now ot
orue, s. ir i tji. l-ij'-' ...... it;. ~ .....* .,-.-- .
himself to The Jewish Wa> ...... ... Extrem- President Jo !. Rat
Life mi Jewish Youth.' bringing _..'.. v ,.. report on the i
into focus h;s res i irch ind
pert is-' gathered lee-
ades >n ; ne i!.....
tigious c impus this tr.trj
and abroa i
P; lor 11 H --
ment Dr : os< -
student ,; "' N'u v
andlellghl met tit
. -, : .. Business and Pi
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D i.iius. p m.. Tueadaj P I-
, \ ial Hank Buildn
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Announcing the Opening
oi our new
Miami Beach Office at
450 ARTHUR GODFREY ROAD, MIAMI BEACH
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Friday, December 12, 1969
+Jewls* Hark/inn
Page 7-C
Merkos Dinner To Honor Makovskys
Dr. and Mrs. Irw.n H. Makovsky
have been named guests of honor
of the ninth annual Merkos L'ln-
yonei Chinuch Dinner, Rabbi
Abraham Korf, regional director
of th" movement, has announced.;
;. rd Zilbert is chairman of the
dinner, which will b" held Sundaj
Jay. i. in the Deauville H del.
Active i: >h ises o( Jev
communal life, Dr and Mrs Mi-
kovsky h i\ joined the growing
: Life Partne s >f the
Mrs. Saul Silberman, left, and Mrs. Harry L. Lewis, who
headed the hostess and decorations committees for the re-
cent eighth annual Cedars of Lebanon Hospital Anniver-
sary Ball in the Fontaincbleau Hotel.
Donna Chwast Ami Howard Reiziss Engaged
Mr. and Mrs. Roberl 1.. Chwast.
5911 S\V 13th St.. announce the
i r.gagement of their daughter.
Donna Phyllis, to Howard Joel
I'.ii/iss of Miami, whose parents
are Mr. and Mrs. Norman Reiziss,
Orangeberg, N.Y.
The bride-elect will continue her
(ducation at Florida Atlantic Uni-
versity after graduating in Janu-
ary from Miami-Dade Junior Col-
lege. Her fiance, a graduate of t..
University of Miami, is teaching
at Miami Coral Park Klementary
School, and will complete the re-
quirements for his Master's de- j
gree at Florida Atlantic Univer-
sity in August.
The date for the wedding will |
be announced when plans are ]
complete.
Lubavitcher Movement by pledg-
ing 10'i of their earnings for the i
charitable works of the movement.
Dr. Makovsky, who was Beth
tsi ii Congregation's second pres-
ident, now serves as a vice pn'-i-
dent of the co' H
cH i Academy
ind ted ii
i i ten c'lii-
': ll-ki :. ivitchei
ly in S1. Louis, Mo..
Dr JI .!; i\ sk> ti Chic
Yeshi i ':'. th Medrosh L'Torah
: I as a til c >\ M el
: 8 A W irl I
VV III ire sett'ii in Mia ni
Beach and opening his private
practice in 1945.
Mrs. Makovsky, who served as
first president of the Hebrew
Academy Wom.tn and was presi-
dent of the Women of the Mesivta.
is a vice president of the Herzl
Chapter of Hadassah and a mem-
ber of the Mt. Sinai Garden Qlub.
She is presently a senior it Barry
ge where she is majoring in
Dr, and Mrs, Makovsky's son,
student at Einst in
Scho< ol Med i w hei e he is in
- firsl j Their daughter,
Doni i Ai thur
Schneur, s ol New
York's .' n Park East Syn-
jue.

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Vickie Ellen KufeUl
Plans August Wedding
The engagement of Vickie Ellen
Kufeld to Robert Brod is being
announced by her parents. Mr. and
Mrs. Harold Kufeld. 5360 SW 64th
Ct., South Miami.
The prospective bridegroom is
the son of Mr. and Mrs. Charles
Brod of Daytona Beai h
The couple plans I > i> married
i' August.
Music Students To Present A Recital
Students of the Division of Mu-
sical Arts of the University of
Miami School of Music will present
public recitals Sunday in Broby
Hall, main campus.
Violin students of Maurice
Spitalny will perform a program
including works by Scitz. Tschai-
kovsky, Mazas, Beethoven, Tos-
selli, Bach. Vivaldi and Bohm. with
accompanymenl by Anita Castig-
lione at 2 p.m. At 3 p.m., piano
Students of Nanette Chumblev.
Violet Vagramiam and Agnes
Youngblood. and a clarinet student
of Sherrick Hiscock. will pla\
works by Bach, Mo/art. Bartok,
Bastien. Beethoven. Gurlitt. Kaba-
levsky, Burgmuller and J. B. Lully.
Medicine Sisterhood Topic
Internal Medicine anil Cardiolo-
gy will !> the subject of a guest
sneaker at the 8:15 p.m. Wednes-
day meeting of tin- Sisterhood at
Temple Adath Yeshurun.
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+Jewist fkrkUar:
Friday, December 12, 1969
Abel Holtz Elected
To Hospital Hoard
Abe] Holtz, \i<-<' president and
rector of the ("amor Bank of
lami B< ach, has been elected to
!. Hoard ol c, S'.lith -ilni r H.p-pnarjfed Medical
"enter, accord-
to an an-
mcemenl by
terry H. Bioa-
ic. chairman ol
h< board of the
- o U 1 h Beach
neral hospl-
' ,1.
Col. Harrjl
kofl is ex< -I
livi directoil
Dr. David
Pinks is HOLTZ
il director of South Shore
. i L which i> primarily ori-
ited toward geriatric community
ilth care, is planning an explan-
-... program tq increase its 50-
- tcitj in 200.
Active in civic and communal af-
fairs, Mi. Holt/, who lives at 310
51 DiLido Drive. Miami Beach,
,- \ ice president of the Jewish
\ rational Service and of the
\ netian Islands Improvement As-
b elation, and is a member of the
.> eutive Commit tee of the Board
c Sustain) ri of Mount Sinai
I spital.
Question
Box
By RABBI SAMIK1. I. FOX
Beth Raphael Men's Club,
Sisterhood Meet Thursday
Both .Men's Club and Sisterhood
, l< B( th l'. iphai I v. .11 hold
tings at s p.m. Thursday, Dec.
3>. i:i the (emple, 1545 Jefferson
Miami Beach.
th< Sist program, en-
1' tainment will be provided by
ii i Mrs N,it Kngelman, Mis.
Volf G want, i and Irene Week r
S sli rhood presidi is I.. 1 rgei
f d \' rj Gerstman is program
c ,. iwartzman is
3 n's <'i'ii' lent; publicity
> 11 ]', rgei.
Class Play For Sisterhood
The D-l Class ol Hie Hi brew
A ademy ol Greater Miami will
j senl a plaj entitled "Freedom
}'. II" at the meeting of the Sister-
} "'I i Ti mple Mcnorah In the
<" imson Room ol the tc mple, 7435
< rlyle Ave., Miami Beach, at H
I i Wednesdaj under the direc-
i n ". Mis. Nmiv.ii Robinowitz.
J ogram chairmai is Mrs. Sheldon
1. Ichuk. Mis. Essie Wolf is presi-
di .t e th' Sistei hood,

.
Instant
Friendship
Tlie warm greeting of
your Welcome Wa^on
ess with "The Most
Famous Basket in the
World" will introduce
you to our community
and start you on the
way toward new and
lasting iriendships.
If vou are new in town,
call
Phone 238 3575
Win is the !<:,ii people com-
pared to the dost of the earth'.'
Many reasons are given lor this
allegory. Some claim the earth is a
sign of humility. One of the princi-
pal messages of the history of the
Jewish people is that humility is a
means to greatness, Pride, on the
other hand, leads to self-dcstriu'-
tK,n. Others say that just as the
vegetation of the world cannot
[TOW without the common soil, so
is the existence of the people of
Israel necessary for the growth of
humanity.
'Can (.an* Ken ley
Players* Opener
Kenley Players' 20-week. 10-
show season of "legitimate thea-
tre" on Miami Beach started Tues-
day with the lively Cole Porter
musical "Can ("an" at the Elegant
Theatre of the Hotel Plaza.
Trying their
first winter run
If South Florida
after s i- v e i a 1
successful sum-
mers in Ohio, the
Players. under
t h e It adership
Ol p rod U C e r
John Ken le y.
have lined up
big name stars
for the premiere
MONK si ason.
Starring in "Can Can'' are Tony
Martin and Cyd Charisse, backed
by Terence Monk. Leonard Drum
and a group ol dancers under the
direction of choreograph! r Mario
Melodia, Direction is by Leslie
Cutler. Monk, who is a star in
residence, will appear in several
ShOWS during tile season.
Seats are available lor the eve-
ning shows at S:.",0 Tuesday
through Sunday and the 2:30
matinees Wednesday and Satur-
day
Furthermore, it is stated that
the earth, which everyone steps
on, remains the eternal anchorage
of the stability ol the world. Like-
wise, do the Jewish people, who
haw so often been stepped or.
end persecuted, remain as m< ss< n-
g< rs who preserve the moral fabric
ol the human race. Of course, the
infinity ol the influence ol the
people Of Israel, as well as their
eternal existence is promised bj
the covenant of the Almighty.
Whj h the Jewish i.....pi*
sometimes compared to the stars
in Heaven?
Some claim it is because the
stars bring the light to the world
and the Jewish people has brought
much light in th.' sense of learn-
ing to the world. Th.' great num-
ber of stars In the heavens is also
regarded as symbolic of the end-
less number of Jews which is yel
to come into the world. Somi
claim further that the allegory ol
the stars applies to the Jewish
people because the stars are seen
Ixst in the darkness and somehow
the Jewish genius for survival al-
ways seems to shine at its best
when the world horizons are dark
with the suffering and persecu-
HOLIDAY GREETINGS FROM ..
B R Y A IV T
Heating and Ah
Conditioning Co
1185 N.W. 72nd STREET
Dial 836-7683
Best Wishes For a
Happy Holiday From .
FONTANA
SHOES, INC.
217 Lincoln Road
Miami Beach
Open 9 A.M. to 10 P.M.
DAILY
Happy Holiday Greetinqs
SAC CONSTRUCTION
9501 SO DIXIE HWY.
Stanley Cohen
Marvin Sheldon
Phone 667-8866
tion endured by the Jewtah people.
What is an Oiicn'."'
One who h is been inforn
thi death ol one of the seven
relatives for whom hi
quired to mourn, is con-: Ii
be Bn "Onen" until the b
ier which he |
. .i a mourner Basically, this
- thai he is forbidden to eat
mi at or drink wine and that he is
;. ,ba vlng th
f
Win
, the "Onen" so regarded?
This condition that has
.., n is b> the R r*wo
sons have be. i
IT tlmud Yei ish
koth i'n is that I 5 is a
el for the d
Once Ih. pers the next
of kin should be
He is th r\-
'
m the fail thai
thing will stand ii I
fron everj
concern to t >rop ;
be paid t<> tin de id 1
the \ of the Rabl
quirement to honoi and respcel
the human being be i us< he is
the creation of the Almighty and
reflects His grace. Another reason
(riven is that the next ol kii it
obliged 10 attend the burial ol the
d ee and nothing should di tor
hin i del ty him in carryin out
the details. Man) authoritio in-
- ,i that Hi" Onen" ut
these rules even In th.
burial socit th and und I
...ho attc:d to the del
It the first ivason. j.e .
and respect 'thai sn >ula oe'j
the dead
\\'li\ is the mourner forbijden
to put on T'-ntlin on th. tiisi
day ot mourning?
The Rabh i tc that I .
ol Ezekiel "-'4 17 ff.l as
signs "f mourning be
..s ; [n Bind th> heudt
. 'I In- .
1,, me in th it TeflHin sh
:, ,n (See Targun
I i Thus 'V" d "
USU ll mourner ol
mourning Tvfillin
put oi i' itm d bj
ir lei I
beauty on one's h >a I. A
,,n the other hand, has
ashes" o'i his head esp. .
the lust day when his .--: -
strongest as compared w i
other days of mourning
A Happy Chanukah
ALLEN FELDMAN
& SON
Good Art at
Moderate Prices
6992 Indian Creek Drive
Miami Beach, Co. 71s. Street
Union 5-3181
BARNARD
NUT CO.. INC.
113 N.W 36th STREET
PL 8-5553
BEST WISHES AND
A HAPPY CHANUKAH
TO ALL
Chanukah Greetings From
Helen and Bill Alter
WINDSOR BEAUTY
SUPPLIES, INC.
16451 N.E. 15th Avenue
North Miami Beach
Phone 945-9911
A Happy Holiday To AH
^^ OF MIAMI
Women'* Apparel
319 N.W. 25th STREET
MIAMI
PHONE: 634-6248
is Fi
HEARNE ELECTRIC
Serving North Dade Area
Repairs Rewiring New Work
Residential Commercial
18320 N.E. 12th Avenue
North Miami Beach
947-0375
PRIDE N JOY
ALL GIRLS' SHOP INFANTS TO TEENS
6208 SOUTH DIXIE HIGHWAY
South Miami Shopping Center
Phone 666-0043
No* Under The Ownership Of
EDYTHE, SAM & ELAYNE
TENDRICH
A Name Known To South Daders for Over 30 Years
"omplete Line ot Lhi I in Inf-tnt's and Children
Open Friday 'Til 9
A HAPPY CHANUKAH TO ALL .
MIAMI MILITARY ACADEMY
10601 BISCAYNE BLVD.
TEL. 758 7648
MID-CITY RADIO & TV SHOP
Wishes Our Patrons a Happy Holiday
3 Month Guarantee on Work Done By Us!
9713 NE 2nd AVE. Phone PL 7-7615
DAY GREETINGS
DYSART SWIMMING
POOL SERVICE
! a Dirty Pool"
DYSART POOL & PATIO WORLD
Phones
531-5069 949-5288
751-6526
HOLIDAY GREETINGS
DISCOUNTLAND
OF DADE, INC.
5757 N.W 27th Avenue, Miami
131C1 So. Dixie Highway, South Miami
6483 Taft Street Shopping Center, West Hollywood
400C No Federal Highway, Ft. Lauderdale
A Happy Holiday Season to the Jewish Community
GLASS DRY CLEANERS
1800 N.W 3rd Avenue, Miami Telephone 371-1188


\

Friday. December 12, 1969
Art Forum Hosts
Ceramics Expert
Juanita May, one of the lop
ramldsta in Florida, will discuss
ll. art of ceramics, for the Miami
Beach Ait Forum at x p.m. Friday
in the Washington Federal Audi-
torium, 1234 Washington Ave.,
Miami Beach,
Mrs. May. who will present a
ilemonstration <>t Raku a Japa-
near primitive technique, is on the
-taif of the University of Miami
and the Miami Art Center. She
i xecuted the mural on Jewish his-
lory which decorates a wall at
Temple Israel of Greater Miami.
The Art Forum is conducted by
the Miami Beach Art Club, which!
ecentiy celebrated its no, An-
niversary,
Covered Dish Supper
A covered dish supper will l>e
held at 7:15 p.m. Tuesday by the
Norman Bruce Brown F'ost and
Auxiliary 174. Jewish War Vet-
ran*, in celebration of the festival
ol Chanukah. An auction for the
benefit of the Aid to Israel pro-
cram, ot which Mrs Pearl Wcin-
sl in is chairman, will be held dur-
the evening. Auxiliary presi-
li i.i is Mrs. Mae Schreiber Post
mander is Stanley Stuart.
GREETINGS FROM .
PATTERSON
PLUMBING
SERVICE. INC.
... DAY OR NIGHT .
Dial 945-0835
2645 N.E. 186 Terrace, Miami
Complete 24-Hour Plumbing Repair
Service licensed & Insured
GREEN BROOK
CORP.
R. SOLOVCI, President
1085 E. 14th STREET
Hialeah
HAPPY HOLIDAY
GREETINGS TO ALL
ncjs from .
LeBLANC CLEANERS
209-23rd Street
MIAMI BEACH
534-4389
A Happy Holiday
to the entire
Jewish Community
SPILLER'S
DRUGS
8227 SW. 124th Street
Telephone 238-6041
Bes; Wishes
For A Happy Holiday
Bodin Knits Ltd.
(A Divsion of
Universal Knits, Inc.)
1060 E. 30th ST.. HIALEAH
Ted Bodin, Pres. OX 6-534C
*Jmi$f> itfrtdUdtr,
LUImt s CZoo/iin
By RUTH SIRKIS
d
Kv,t>,>,. ghouh, havc a redpe f<)r a low.CMlon), _
sides satisfying the swect-tooth of a dieter, i, is useful as a nanny
ending for rieh meal. Dietician, tell us thai ,hubarbhi'Z
few fairies, aild in many slimming diets, it is considered a
free food. Phis dessert made front rhubarb is dressed up with
other ingredients to give it body and color. 1- is very tasty as
A UK.NSKKT FOR WAISTl.tXK WATCHERS
- pounds rhubarb
2 cups water
6-8 saccharin tablets
2 tablespoons unflavored
gelatin
l teaspoon cherry extract
4 drops red food coloring
< lean rhubarb and cut into one-inch pieces. Add water and
cook over medium h. at about 12 minutes, or until tender. Add
saccharin and mix gently until dissolved completely. Taste and
add more saccharin if you prefer it .sweeter. Add gelatin which
Mas been softened in cup cold water to hoi rhubarb. Continue
heating about three minutes, until gelatin is dissolved. Remove
from heat and cool glightl) before adding cherry extract and
food coloring. Chill in dessert glasses or in a mold for 3-4 hours.
A HAPPY CHANUKAH TO THE
ENTIRE JEWISH COMMUNITY
LOEWS
THEATRES
rCaivnonclo
ITALIAN AMERICAN RESTAURANT
PHONE: 757-9071
BY RESERVATIONS
RECOMMENDED BY HOLIDAY MAGAZINE
201 N.W. 79th STREET
A HAPPY CHANUKAH TO THE ENTIRE JEWISH COMMUNITY
PETER M. LOPEZ
Greetings lo Our Many Friends
anil l'olif holders
'he Farrington-Maler Agency
1401 S, w Firs! Street
371-2682
A VERY HAPPY CHANUKAH TO ALL
ririS CHILDREN'S APPAREL
257 Miracle Mile 448-5113
HAPPY CHANUKAH TO ALL
LATTA'S Restaurants
Quality Food Reasonably PiicedOpen 24 Hrs. Daily
79th St & N.W. 7th Ave 119th St. & N.W. 7th Ave
754-5355 688-6811
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AT THIS SIGN .
. READY TO SERVE YOU
PERRINE-CUTLER RIDGE BANK
FRANK ROAD AT HIBISCUS PERRINE
HAPPY CHANUKAH TO ALL
FROM CARL KAPLAN
Oliver Manor
Nursing Home
1255 N.E. 135th ST., N. MIAMI
PHONE 751-9791
CHANUKAH GREETINGS FROM
SHELLEY MANUFACTURING COMPANY
4225 N.W. 72nd Street, Miami, Florida
Phone 887-4323
AUTOMOBILE LOANS
AS LOW AS 4!/20//
MERCHANTS BANK OF MIAMI
950 RED ROAD (SW. 57th Ave. near the Trail)
Telephone MO 7-5661
Merrber Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation
HAPPY CHANUKAH TO ALL OUR FRIENDS
BERNARD LEVY, REALTOR
AND ASSOCIATES
1212 Washington Ave., Miami B
Phone 538-2323
HAPPY CHANUKAH
DADELAND MEDICAL APOTHECARY
Dadeland Medical Bldg.
7400 North Kendall Drive
Free Delivery Phone 661-5309
A VERY HAPPY CHANUKAH TO ALL
SHAYXE Oi< MiAMM INC.
2610 NW 5th AVENUE NE 4-9724
HENRY TAUBES MEL BRICKMAN
Boulevard /7 pjicAt Service
Thomai R. Pcterim, Jr., nd Ecigeni* Persn
Licensed Dispensing Opticians 30 Years Experience
251 N.E. 14th Street Miami 371-7850
A Happy Chanukah to Our Fnonds and Custoi"n
CONTINENTAL COFFEE COMPANY
OF FLORIDA
15 N.E. 11th STREET. MIAMI 358-3444


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*jSst Fkridiam
Friday, December 12, 1969
Inspecting the new Rotenberg Youth Chapel and Stanley Waloman. The chapel, named
of Temple Adath Yeshurun are (from left) in memory of Mr. and Mrs. Rotenberg 8
Mrs. Sam Morris, Rabbi Milton Schlinsky, daughter. Sura Deana Rotenberg Joseph.
Mr. and Mrs. Ben Rotenberg, Lauren Roberts was formally dedicated Friday, Dec- 5.
Happenings
Mayor of Nashville, Tenn. Mayor nation's handling of its natural
Dermcr will be one of three Flori- | resources.
ilians representing municipal In-
A "Chines. Auction" was held
by Sigma Dtlta Tail Alumni
League of Greater Miami Tluirs-
terests on the Natural Resources
Committee, headed by Mayor
Miami Beach Mayor Jay Dernier Robort Knocht of Boulder, Colo.. _
5Jy^"5K52l Source?", 1-ch *"-"- I**- ** ** '" *** ^^T
the National League of Cities by League and suggests national I building, 353 W. 4ith St.. Miami
League President Beverly Briley, legislation designed to improve the i Beach.
Holiday Greetings
WHITEY'S
TEXACO
SERVICE
FIRESTONE TIRES
Use Your Credit Card

24 HOUR SERVICE
JIM CRUMBO, Owner
Flagler and LeJeune
Phone: 443-9198
- Holiday Greetings To -
- The Jewish Community -
Fine Potato Chip Co.
3341 N.W. 65th ST., MIAMI
691-0231
A Happy Holiday To All
London i it v
Men's Shop
63 East Flagler St.
379-4806
GREETINGS
ROBINSON
GALLERIES INC.
NEW LOCATION
627 So. Miami Avenue
MIAMI
Phone 374-5713
Our Very Jjesl KAJishes for
(m JtttHffied '/'wccih rftcad
v_/n tltc \^Jeean i/ ^ rliami Vjcitc/i
{sutJ you jinJ ntcrc convenient tocotien.
ALFRED STONE, General Manager
->*T I cry ^J~l>ippif Kmr/tatm/tall Jo
from the
Officers and
Board of Directors
s4((
INTER NATIONAL
BANK
OF MIAMI
J^cst IVisixes
tor tfic REPUBLIC NATIONAL BANK
10 N.W. Le Jeone, Miami, Florida
Telephone 445-8511
HOLIDAY GREETINGS TO ALL
I S. BLAIN, Inc.
REAL ESTATE
fe ng cr da for the Past 45 Years
807 Olympia Bldg.
Dial 373-3255
IGREETINGS TOALL
CHUCK HALL TRAVEL
975 Arthur Godfrey Road, Giller Bldg.
Miami Beach JE 1-1195
/ou th in si '- ink!
No I town ti ffic. No parking prot-
Drive across Julia Tuttle (36 St.) Causeway.
Consultant John E. Lenard, V.P.
HAPPY CHANUKAH TO ALL
HOLLEMANS RESTAURANT
N.W. 79th Street at 7th Avenue
THE BEST OF FCCZS WITH FRIENDLY SERVICE
Air Conditioned Popular Prices Ample Parking
Greetings to ill.. .
CLARK-SNYDER PHARMACY
Professional Prescription Service j Prompt Drug Delivery
ALTON RD at 41st ST. JE 4-2978
A HAPPY CHANUKAH TO ALL
MIKE'S CIGARS OF MIAMI BEACH
CIGARS MAGAZINES STATIONERY
465 Arthur Godfrey Road Miami Beach Phone JE 8-6707
A VERY HAPPY HOLIDAY TO ALL
LEUMAS KNITTING MILLS, INC.
THE FINEST KNITS
UNDER THE SUN
HAPPY CHANUKAH GREETINGS TO AU
HARRY J. SONZ
350 LINCOLN ROAD
MIAMI BEACH, FLORIDA
Phono 538-6623


f. December 12. 19S9
LEGAL NOTICE
^Jenisti FkrSdliiriiin
Page 11-C
IEGAI NOTICE
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
|i'B IS HEKKHY (1IVEN thai
lerslgned, desiring I.. engage in
under the fictitious name nf
|LD l)K ITALY al M N.K. 82nd
Miami, Florida intend! to
said name with th
cult 'ourt of li
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY niVBN thai
the undersigned, desiring to engagi
ii. business under the fictitious name
"i BA1-FOITR HOUSE, n partnership
Indian Creek Drive, .Miami
id
H
....... .,, _..,, .....l;ll] ,-,.,.,.. Drive, Minm
th,- ( lerkof i:.- h. Florida intend to register mU
L- l%li.[h#vmth 0ic Clerk f the .'in'ul
ilfure. By Mr Arnold lno.
ARNOLD SIX. i. Preniili in
I'l.AXMAN
ne> for Applicant
l>uiH,nt Plaza i 'enter
Florida 33131
11 21-28 12 5-12
NOTICE OF ACTION
THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
.VENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
"LORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. CIVIL ACTION
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
No 69-7212
llKS It HELL,
fl. mil, if,
\ s
VTY \jnv BELL.
: ndanl
HETTY li IV REEL,
l'j. i'.t ini.in rllreet
n Harbor, Michigan
u HETTY l.i li: HEEL an here.
notified that ;i Hill of Complaint
I ivon I,,i. been i lied against
n. and you are required to serve a
I ,,f your Answer or Pleading to
Hill of Complaint on the Plaintiff's
l] I'Al'l, i'lll.Hi'K, 17"" N XV.
pel, Miami, Florida and file the
_ii.il Answer or Pleading in ihe
of the Clerk Ol the < Mr. mi
on or before the :sth day ol
oilier. I ;.'. If you fall to do no,
ment b) default w ill be taken
you for the n lief di mantled
Bill of Complaint
I is nol nhall be published once
a i-k foi four consecutive Weeks
THE JEWISH l-'l.iiRllHAN.
NE AND ORDERED at Miami,
rida, this 20th day "t November
. .
: II LEATHERMAN. Clerk.
"ourl l lade 'ounl y, Florida
li) MAROt'ERITE KENT
[leputy Clerk
uit C in S< al i
,1't. PH.I_A<"K ES J
N v\ "th Stret i
mi. Floridu
Plaintiff
11 28 1
THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA
IN PROBATE
No. 85798
K All'M AN
l.'ollil i>| r>Hpe Countv, Florida
AAkuN HCItlT/.KY
MYr-tTiEi.i. i.r,\ kntiiai.
IRVING \\'AltSII AWSK Y
I "A VIIi Si'HMIDT
JACOB ZIOHLINBKY
A I.AN ft ANNETTE KLEIN
MCKIEL BERNSTEIN
A VIVA NEl'MAN
CHARLES nBHRIB
GEORGE P LEWIS
SHKIJK>N .NEl'MAN
HERBERT NBI'MAN
MARVIN N El MAN
FRED HARDY
12 5-12-19-26
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE 18 HEREBY GIVEN thai
the undersigned, desiring to engage
ii business under th, fictitious nanv-
of CLARICEB or CLARICE'S
BOl'TIQOE at 3418 Main Highway,
Coconut drove, Miami, Fiorina In-
i.-ndtj; to-regi-'ter said u*->>'- with
ill.. Clerk ... il,. i Mr, uit. Com i of
I 'n 'Lahu'e i!nT\\ irx
SlIIHJKr* N i i.-i ,,,._,- _:
At lorn-.y for
CLARICE !"' ITWICK
l!' Wi Flagler Btreel Room 204
Miami, Florida 83130
11 28 12 5-12-19
that
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
the undersigned, desiring to engage Tn *" Credit
in bUKlneaa under the fictitious. '"" Clalmn or
name of INTERAMA WAUE1H d'SKS
r o ZEMBL, KAI'FMAN & ZEMBL,
4:'" Lincoln Road, Miami Beach,
Intend to register said name with the
'lerk of the Circuit Court ol Dade
County, Florida
FIUMORE investors. INC
ZEMBL, KAI'FMAN & ZEMEL,
Al lornevs for
FILMORE INVESTORS, INC.
12" l.in. oln l{o:id.
Miami Beach, Fla.
__ 12/5-12-19-26
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN lh;it
the undendgned, desiring to engage
In business under th.- flctitioua name
of BBLATR AI'TO HAIJBS at Dade
County iiii.n.is to register said name
w llh il e i l. rk of the < 'Ircull l "ourl
ol Dade County, Florida
HEI.AIIt AI'TO EXPORT, INC.
SIDNBY EFRONSI >N
Attorney for Applli mil
Vim le) I lldg,
12 i-12-19 26
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 85917
FRANK B DOWLING
IN RE: Eatate of
SAM I El. KATZ
I>. eased,
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors .....I All Persons Hav-
Demtinda Againal Said
Estate:
You are hereby- notified and requir-
ed to present any claims and demands
which you in.iv have against the
estate of SAMUEL KATZ deceased
late of Dade County, Florida, to the
Count) Judges of Dade County, and
file the same in duplicate and .i- pro.
voi.'i in s. ptlon 133 16, Florida
Statutes, In their offices in thi County
Courthouse Dade County, Florida,
wlthfn six calendar months in m
the time of the first publication here-
or the same will l- barred.
Dated :ii Miami, Florida this 1Mb
da) of Nnv. ml,, r, A 11 1969
PI.ORBNCB P KATZ
Till: MIAMI BEACH
FIRST NATIONAL BANK
As Executors
First pill.Hi Rtloll of this
the -1st day nf No\ embi r
SIMON, HAYS
.* GRI'NDWERO
Attorneys for Exi rutors
301 Alnsley itu::
Miami, Florida 3 1132
11/21 .
notice
i
on
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN thai
ih. undersigned, desiring to en*
business uml.-r the fli llttou* I I
of OLIGAM THEATRICAL AGENCY
nl 706 i ngrei -. Bids. Miami Floi
Intend to register said name with the
'l.rl< ..: the Circuit Cou I
l<
.1.
'
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
t Creditors and All Persona I lav -
i'l.Mm- or Demands Against Said
ii an hereb) notil ed id required
M >iiit any claims ami demands
"ii you may lt.<\. against the oa-
oi PEARL KAI'FMAN deceased
il lade Count). Florida, to th.-
int) Judgei "f Dade County, and
the same In duplicate and as pro-
li in Se. ii..ii 733 16, i- tot Ida
in their offli es In the County
i il ii-. in Dade County, Florida,
ion six calendar months from the
:.. of the first publii ntlon hereof,
the Mim will be barred,
Count) ,
Klorldn
.li ISE i
RAl'L
ated at Miami. Florida, this 17th
ol \o\ ember, A 1> 1969.
HARRY M KAITFMAN
An Executor
i publii atlon oi this notice on
'. t dti) "I Nuvembi i 1969.
A Itl N< IRT< >N
\ fot Exei utor
11 i) p Building
mi, Floi Ida
11 21-2t IL' '.-IL'
THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDAIN PROBATE
No 85718
UK Estati "I
I SEN
i .1
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
I I Cn dltoi s and All Pt r
lav Ills i ins or 1 lilanil-
Vguinal Said Estati
i u hereb) m lifted and requ I
' ent an) els kms u 'i demands
..u.i.ii'i the ttiti
IVAM i|.si:\. il.-. ..,-,.: lull :
I. I "in in I'......la, to !.. Count)
'! i |i.'..ie Count) and frle the
rtup: ii. and as pro'
i ^''. Florida statutes, In
. In the I "ii. I;. i '.in He u Dude County, Florida, wlthii
li~ b "in the tun.....he
t puhlii aii.'ii hereof, or the same
. ol
: '
: i st
barred
al Miami.
\. .\ ,.nil..-r.
M IRION
\- A,Inn
publication
da) of N
Florida, this
A 11 191 9.
; STEIN
i\
of this
vember, 1969.
19th
ri'.l'.T I. HI.. IMBBRG
lOMBBRG BLOOMBERG
j for Administratrix
Si > ni'iil Building,
.mi, Florida 33133
11 js 11' 5-12-19
I THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
I FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 86021
Blanton
RK hi late of
mcei. e.mmi:r
N < a-eil
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
Cbtlma or Demands Against Said
rate:
^ ou are hon-liy notified ami re-
I r,-,l to present any 1'laims and lie-
'els which you may have againal
. Mate ..f SAMIEI. EMM KB de
se.1 i.,t. .,f Dade County, Florida,
tin- Count) Judges of Dad, County,
I fil" tli, same in duplicate and as
It 'i.d in Section 733 16, Florida
ituies- in lion offlo s in the
Uil> i '<>ucile~- o lh.0^ I'.nnrty. i
ri'ia. within six calendar monthe
n> the time of the first publication
eof. or ih.- same will be barred
llfcted al Miami. Kloridu, this 2nd
' Of I >.. .ml.... A I). 1969.
DAVID KM.MKII
A.l Exeeutor
Ural put.Mention of this irotice on !
f>th day of December, 1969,
:THih j. WOLFSON
terney for Executor
His.ayne Building
12/5-12-19-26
AMAI.I.O
It. ILIVA
12 5-12-19-26
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
thi undersigned, desiring to engage
m business under Ihe fictitious name
of BLINOFF SALES ASSOCIATES
at suit.- SSS8, Miami International
Merchandise Man. 777 N VV. 72t tl
\\. Miami intend to > liter nald
name with the Clerk ol the Circuit
Court of Dade County, Florida,
SAMIEI. 1. ELINOFF and
JOSEPH BLINOFF
II 21-28 12 r.-l^
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned desiring to engage m
fictitious name ol SHORE I'l.rn
HOTBIi Intends to register said name
with the "'i.-rk ..f the Circuit Court
of Dade County. Florida
SIMi'll A. INC
By. ROBERT JACOBS Pri l.nt
KNGI.ANDER & BURNETT
Attorneys at I aw
l Lincoln Road Bldg
.\li.inn Beach, Floi ida
11 _'i -: 12
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thai
h.- undersigned, deslrlne i" i
In business under the fl u nam. -
..f FBMMK Tor.-ill-; i. >SEPH s
FKMME T' H'CHE 3141 Pom 1,
Leon Boulevard. Coral 0 ibh I rlda
Ji ISEPH s FEM M E Tl id 'HE INC
B) .I. ISEPH PEREZ I : all lit
FRi IMBBRG, FR" 'M I'M:' I
& IK ril. P A
\- ) for
J" ISEPH'S FBMME T< CHE INC
11 28 1!
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No 85431
(Judge John R. Blanton)
:i: Estnti oi
.1. IKBPH A POST.
1" eased
NOTICE OF PROBATE
THE STATE OF FLORIDA:
TO M.I. PERSONS INTERESTED
IN" THE ESTATE OF SAID DK
CBDENT
You are hereby notified ibat n
written Instrument purporting bi
thi last will and testament of said
'i lias ier. admitted to pro-
bate In said Court You are hereby
commanded within six calendar
months from the date "f the first
publication of this noHce to appear
in sai.i Court and show cause, If ony
you can, why the a.-non ..t said Court
in admitting said will to probate
thoutd not stand onrevoked.
JOHN It B iANTON
County Judge
lly: CORNELL ROBINSON
Clerk
MOSES GRUNDWERO
SIMON. HAYS. &
GRITNDWBRG
Attorn, \ |
i "1 Alnsley lluildiug
Miami, Florida S3181
First publication "f this
'i .".ih day of itecembi r,
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
NO. 85835
CLARK
In RE Rstat. ol
A I. I.KSI IE
Deceased
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
T,. All Creditor! and 11 !' rsor lav-
ing Claims or tVmai Said
Blate:
>'"U are hereb) ; and requir-
ed to present an) rlalm* and demand?
which you may have against the
estate "i AL LESLIE deceased late
of Da.le County, Florida, to thi Com >.*
Judgi "i 1 "! County, and file the
same In duplicate and as provided In
Section 7:;" 16, Florida Statuti -. In
their offices In ihe Count) Court-
house In Dade County, Florida, with-
in six calendar mont from Ihe time
of the first publication hereof or the
same will be barred.
Dated at Miami. Florida
day of November, A.D It
SYLVIA I.KSI.IK
As Executrix
First publication of thli
thi -l-l dav ol Nov. ml er
PATTL ft TH' 'MS' >N
RICHARD BRICKMAN
Attorney for
SYLVIA 1 iBSLIE, Exi utt ix
1314 First National Bunk Bldg.
Miami. Florida
11/21-21
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT.
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA
No. 69-19173
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
MICHAEL L.WDlNi i and
ADELINE V. LANDINO,
IliS U lie.
Plaintiffs
vs
WILLIAM t'.oRDON PRICE and
rKME LEE (*tl<-!.-... S
his M He. and .P IHN SMITH
and bis wife,
Defendants.
Viil'. WILLIAM GORDON PRICE
and MINNIE LEE PRICE, bis wife,
of 2914 Wanda Circle, S.W Atlanta,
Georgia 30815 are hereby not fi. .1 that
a complaint to foreclase n mortgage
I upon th, following described nronertv
to-wlt:
Lot 2S, Block 28, of PIRST AD-
DITION T" W KS'I'U i ii il. LAKE.
according to the Plat thereof, re-
.orded in Plai Book '.7 at Page
:i. .f the Public Records nf Dade
County, Florida:
has been filed agalnsl you, and you
are required i" servi a copy of your
nnswer or pleading I......nplalnt on
the I'l.'iiniiff- attorneys GOODMAN
..- HOETZMAN, II"" Concord Bldg.,
Miami. Florida, 33130, null file the
original answer or pleading in the
office "f the Clerk of the Circuit
i'<>uri, in and for Dad, County,
Florida, .-ii or before the 19th day
of D......ml..!-. 1969: if you fall tn do
>'. ludgment by default will be taken
against you for the relief demanded
in the complain! to foreclose mort-
gage
This noli. .-i, ,i| hi published oi.....
each week for four Hi consecutive
weeks in THE JEWISH PLORIDIAN
I" INK AND tiRDERED nl Miami.
Florida, this imp day of November,
1969,
K l: LEATHERMAN,
Clerk of ih,- Circuit Court
By: MARGl'EltlTE KENT
as l ii put) Cli rk
(i "In uit Court Si ..li
fit IODMAN A Hnl.T7.MAN
Attnrneys for Plaintiff
inn Concord Bide
Miami. Florida :
By SYLVAN \" Hi ILTZMAN

IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR OADE COUNTY,
FLORIDAIN PROBATE
No. 79C73A
IN RE: Estate of
HELEN BECKER,
I li
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE
APPLICATION FOR DISTRIBUTION
AND FINAL DISCHARGE
NOTICE ; hereby given thai I have
filed my Final Ri Pel itinn for
Distribution and Final Dischargi as
Bxei utor of ihi stall of II BEEN
BECKER di .1 ,ii .1 ihal 11
22nd da) of Di rmbet !( will apply
to the Honoi. : |e 'nunty Judges of
Dade County, Florida, for approvnl of
said Final Repi.rl and for distribu-
tion and final 'ii-. hu pgi Executor
of the .-slate of 'h. al".'..'-'lamed de-
cedent. This li'th .lav of November,
: it '
S VNFORD S !' \i"M'l-:
SANK- IRD S FAI'NCB,
F.VPNCE, KINK A- 1 i'KM AN
attorney
, | ... .. nirlg .
Miami, Fla i II -
471
LEGAL NOTICE
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COUR
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 85994
FRANK B. DOWLINQ
In RE: Estate of
KATE UERNSTBIN u h a
KATE K KKUNSTEIN
Deceased.
NOTICE TO CREPTTORS
All Creditors and Al
Malms or Dein.n l
T
ii
list s.
^ ou are her. b) notlfii i. qu
ed to present an) claims and i
mauds which you may I.....
the estate nl KATE BEKNKTEI
a li il KATE IC BERNSTEIN decea -
..I lute of Dade County, Florida to
County Judgi oi I lade Count) u I
file the same iii iTuplieaie and as pi '
vlded in Seciloi :::. i... i-i,,, ,i-, si
Utes, in ih.ii ..in, es in I In Coun
Courthouse In Da.le County, Floi
within six cah'iidar months from tl
lime of the flrsi puhlii al lo i hen
or the sain.- w ill be hi i. !
Dated al Miami, Florida,
day of November, A I > 1969.
SHIRLEY' BERNSTEIN SALEM
BDITH BERNSTEIN LIPSON
JEANNETTE BERNSTEIN KAH.N
a kii JEANNE BERNSTEIN KAII'
A- Bxei ul
First publii atlon of this n. 11. .
the 28th day "I No\. mbi I 1969
SPARBER \i ROSK1N
PRI 'FESSIi INAL ASSi M "lA'l'P iN
Attoi n. ys for Bxeeul rli es
160 N Blsca) Boulevard
Miami. Fla.
II 2x 12 :,-i: '
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY
No. 69-19627
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
STEPHEN I. MIKOl.A
Plaintiff,
- vs-
LAVRA M1K< 'l.A
Di fendant.
Ti '. l.Al'liA MIK< 'I.A
l Fn .niaa st i. '
New Brunswick, New Tersev
You. I. M"l:.\ MIKi II. \ an her.
notified that n Ihil of i 'umpl
Divorce has hi en
I J "II are ref|Ull
of v' ur Answ .i or Plea
Bill of < the PI
lorni J. A E PAi '/.IBR, n C, di
(ioldsteln \: Pni
ler Strei '
the : \ il| 1
office "I tin f the i
'ourl "ii i i- hefor I .
Decemher, "
judgment by Fuull
. isl v oi for ill" i
In ihe Bill oi Complninl
Thi- .....Ici -hall he pnl.
eni h wi for fi ur ..-.. ,r .
i'llK JEW ISH F1.DRIDIAN
1" iNE AND (HtDEI'.EII ill Mil "
Florida this :".tl: da) "t Nm
A D I"
I". It, LEATHERMAN, f
Ctt in- i 'ourt. i li '' ..
I i i' COPELAND,
Di IUI ''
(Cli ul I Court S
A. K PAC55IEH,
Goldman, Goldsti n fi P
Eh-r Streel
Miami. Flor
Tell : 642-2411
11 :-
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NiiTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
thi undersi) lo i ngage
in business under Ihi fictitious name
of ASSOCIATES IN r.rsiNKSS
i >ESIGN at :'" N E "nth Street,
Miami. Fla. Inti nds to rci li
name ^ Ith thi Clerk of the Cln uil
i .; Dndi >ui ly I' 'rida.
I lESK'.N CRAFTS, INC
PROMBERG FRI IMBBRG
AND If 'TH P \
Atton mt
M .1"-. Blsi nym I :'';s
19 \\' Kl igler Street, Mlam
12
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 85776
,'.'.
... 'l\ IEFFERY WII KINS,
Dec.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
Ti Ml i 'reditors and All Pi ri on* Hay.
mis or 1 "maii'ls A| Sail
1" .,',.:
Vu are herel l requlf
fict^oSIk^IIaw
- '" ';'" ."-
"" : :: : ^FICES
' >
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEKEItY GIVEN Ih.-I
the undi i"si^. ring l i-ngogi
business ur.'!. r thi I u nnmi
WESTCHESTEB MEDICAL i'I.INP
al 79SH i 'oral Way, Inti nds Inn
said n.inie i1. ith the Clei
Mr,-uit i""U'-t oi l M.l. Count; Klori.l
ALLEN M KATZ, I" '
CAID1N, ROTHENBERG Ki "" \"
KORNB1 I'M ,\ IH iTHENBI
Attorne) s for
ALLEN M i< VTZ I"
Suit. I
Mia in
1 >.,'. i at Mlamv | "th tl i)
\ I
HELEN WII KINS
\ \ iratrix
: tlei
i.i\ of v. \. mln
LB' 'N MM BDW ARD AHB1 ESQ.
Atl rne; for
ll BI BN WHJxINS \ irix
?20 l.incol Rond.
Miami Bi-a. h. Floi
II 21 i-12
nnllee on
'., .
5-12-19 '

NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
.\<'.t.'K t* rfBRBirr OTVT3!0 that ""'
the undersigned, desiring to engage
in business under the fictitious name
of PBOFEMSYi>NAL PENSION PLAN-
NEKS COMPANY al Dade Count)
Inti is u> register said name with
ih.- Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
'ountw Florida.
PLAN BA DO RES DE PBNSIONES
PARA PROFES810NALEB INC.
siDNKV BFRONSON
Attorney for Appllcftnt
111 Alnsley Bldg.
IS 5-12-lt-M
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 85816
In RE Estate ol
ANNIE HIRSCH
1 I. .eased.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All Pi rson* Hn\
ing Claimt or Demands Against Said
Estate:
Vou are hi reb) notlfii 'I M 'I requir-
ed lo pr.s. iii any claimt and di i
whi. h vou ma) have against the es-
tate of ANNIE IllKSi "H ii. cea ed
late "f Dadi County. Florida, i" thi
Countv Judges ol Dad' County, and
file th. same In duplicate and a- pro-
vided in Se. tn ii 7 :" li Fli rlda
Statin, k. In thi off es In the I "ounty
Courthouse In Dade Count) Florida,
within six calendar month- from thi
,. | i ii
Miami I'-. ___
I nil IP FRANK
.'. HABIO :. i '-
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY
No 69-19981
DIGNA UH'ILAR
I'lan
\ s
I'.l'i !EN It) AGI'll
I'. :, miaul.
In MR Bl'C.ENIO AGI ILAR
i'an 34* K 1 H -
I :u I '
Miiyugulz I'm
Vou, EI'GENIO
hereb) notified thai
plaint i' r Divor
against you
-..: \. ., ip) ol
inR i" thi
Plaintiff's
Rli n
AGCILAR
mil
hi 'i
..ii ..i. i. nuire
.in tiisui'i or I'l
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
TICK IS IIEKEI11 HIVE.'
the undi rslgned, tlesii
n '.,]- under Ml u
S \ BSTI IRS SERVICE
I |ooI Itu 'i
'.':
with tin i k of il" i 'n a.
.. Florida
\l FORIJEST
GBR \1 l K SCHWA1
vt tori Vppl
:. i .'..
Miami Floi ida 3:tl31
11 2K I
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
: s U EltEin -
thi U'l.deri
r the I ii
i| \KSTi Fl\ E CENTS
i i.N E 1 'I.I Al: STl IRE i
v, .inI Drive, > "it> t M
. ii Stall- of Klorida. Ili-
lend to register si
I'lci I 'In uil 'ourt "t 11;
Count), Florida
,U ISEPH MAR '' \
GERTKI'DE MARSTON
KI'RT w ELL1SCH
At torn. .. fi Applli's
167 Aim. ii.t \\. nue, Coral Gabli n,
Florid
1! 2K I
i th. fust publii atlon hereol
i.r the satn- will be hai
Dai. 'I nl xl iml, Florida this '..
day oi Noventbi i LD 1969
IRVING iS PB-N
As i:\.i utor
First publication "f thli
he .'1-' da) "f Nm embi r, I9i 9
HAKKY I- CVPEN, isi.'
IRVING CYPEN l.\" OFKICE8
Attorneys for Executor
v;;. Arthur Godfrey Road,
Miami Beach, Florida
11/21-28 12 5-13
.'! '
111-
f||l 'I
ll lo
a.l-
Blll I on Ihe
. j ii.u l\ ,1 STl i.NE
Bi ii ki ii Avi Ui Sulti 122, M
Kiornl i li 131 and fill Ihi i rlginal
\nswer or Pli atl nn In Ihe offli ol
the Clerk ol ih. Cln uil Court on or
. ui.- I2th da) I i li"
If \.,u fail to do u mi iii b) 'l' -
ChuIi "HI Be taken agalnsl >" for the
.. demanded In thi BUI "i Lorn-
plaint.
Thru '" '" puhllshi il
.a, li iv, I. f( >l '"lit 1'Ul i
In THE JEWISH FJ/>R1DI VN
DONE AND DRDERBD al Miami.
Florida, "us 2nd day ol D. i mbi r,
A D 1969. ,
i: || LE vrilKUMA.V Cli rk
Cln mt i "ourt, l'a.le County, Florida
By: I. ALES \NDK.It
l h put) Clerk
Mr, uit Cout i S, all
IS 5-12-19
ATTENTION
ATTORNEYS!
vjenisf fleridlifain
solicits your legai notice*.
We appreciate youi
patronage and guarantee
accurate service ai legal
rate3 .
Dial 373~4605
for messenger sendee


Page 12-C
*JeistFk>ridkM
Friday. December 12. 1969
As you light the candles
May there be before you, too,
An image of the freedom
That we always must renew,
And in the days that follow
May you constantly be blessed
With everything
that life can bring
That's happiest and best
lAJislting v^>y \^Jitr J~ricnas


"cfewiah Floridian Supplement
FRIDAY, DECEMBER 12. IS
MIAMI. FLORIDA
IN THIS YEAR 5730 --
kjJu c/rJu jlies ink ine juiufie
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EL4L ISRAEL AIRLINES *IV*7M


Page 2-EL AL
rJenist- fhridHar
Friday, December 12, 1969
The
El Al
Story
INTRODUCTION
To understand El Al one must know something of its history.
This airline, which has entered its third decade, was created
in November, 1948 when Israel was beinq blockaded from all
sides, and was entirely dependent for its existence on its lanes
of sea and air communications with friendly countries located
long distances away.
This fact was emphasized by Mr. Mordechai Ben-Ari, El Al's
president, when he spoke at the 20th Anniversary Symposium
on Civil Aviation and E! Al, held in Tel Aviv. At the symposium
were Mr. Knut Hammarskjold. director-general cf IATA, and
top executives of airlines flying to and from Israel.
"No countryand especially none under blockade can
rely on foreiqn airlines in order to fulfill its basic needs." said
Mr. Ber.-Ari. "It is thus thai El Al was created, and the special
circumstances of its creation have had a decisive influence on
its role during the 20 years of its existence."
In view of the fact that the geopolitical position of Israel as
a blockaded country is unchanged, said Mr. Ben-Ari. the objec-
tives assigned to El Al 20 years aao are basically the same
today and will be the same for the foreseeable future.
As defined by the Israel Government, the main shareho'-:r
the objectives of El Al are to "secure and maintain the regular
civil airlink between Israel and the outside world in time of
peace and war, within the framework of the maximum possible
profitability.
THE BEGINNING
E! Al mcde its debut with a share capital cf two milli
Israel pounds, seme vintage aircraft, and a small, dedk.c
staff operating from offices in Tel Aviv. The airline began as an
instrument to airlift immigrants from ail over the worM to Israel.
Its first a;rcraft were DC-4 Skymasters and C-46 Curtiss-
Commandos. Despite the shortcomings cf inadequate equip-
ment and capital, the airline soon began expanding its ro
In 1S49 it was flying to Rome and Paris. By 1950 it obtained the
larger Constellations, and the route network wes greatly ex-
panded.
The next seven years of the company's history are known
as the "lean" years. Some of the major problems facing the
management were: equipment and finance, customer service
standards, integration of Israeli personnel, network and traffic
rights, company organizations, management policies, marketing
concepts end methods, and technical and operational standards,
methods, training, safety regulations, and the need to achieve
a high level cf efficiency.
These problems had to be solved under complex financial
circumstances due to the difficult economic situation of the
country ct the time. These included austerity and restriction on
travel and trade. There were serious doubts about the capability
of a small country like Israel being able to maintain an airline
which could successfully compete in the international air
market and do so without draininq the weakened economy of
the new State, burdened with the huge task of providing food,
lodging, work, education and medical care for hundreds of
thousands of penniless new immigrants from all parts of the
world.
In 1S56, the Sinai campaign put an end to public doubts as
to the feasibility of supporting an international airline. During
this campaign, all other airlines suspended their flights to Israel,
but El Al continued to perform its scheduled services. Pride took
the place of doubt in the public's mind and shortly thereafter
the Government of Israel committed itself to the idea of building
El Al into a major international airline.
MORDECHAI BEN-ARI
President, El Al Israel Airlinos
ENTER THE BRITANNIA
Towards the end of 1957 the shareholders (Governnn
Jewish Agency, Zir.i and the Histadrut) made a bold decision
when th( y Jed to acquire four of the mo=>t modern aircraft
then availal I Btol Britannia jet-props.
On Dec with one exception BOAC all other
airlines were still Dying the piston-engint 'aft. the first of
El Al's new fleet of jet-prop Britannias the Atlantic
to est 3 new Blue Ribbon speed record for the shortest time
logged by a cor. aircraft between New York and London.
.. lernational aviation authority, "Jane's" All the World's
Aira iation of the competitive
done credi* to a
rience, El Al .
put th ntic servi
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THE JET FLE-.T
Pure Jet ith three Boeing
707-420 Intercontinental On lune 15. 1961, the airline
inaugurated the first e | .,., >en New York and
Tel Aviv, estab a new record by offerinq the world's
longest non-stop scheduled commercial flight 5760 statute
miles. The first non-sto] flight, incidentally, established a record
of nine hours, 35 minutes flying time.
In 1962, two Boeing 720-B medium-ranqe jet aircraft were
added to the El Al fleot. and the lest of the old prston-engined
aircraft was phased out of operation Th" last Britannia was
so.d in early 1967. In 1966 and 1967, El Al acauired 707-220B's.
an improved version of the long-range jet. and in 1369 another
cf these aircraft, which was dehvered in January. El Al's ninth
and tenth Boeing 707's. both 320-C versions will soon be in
seivice.
In 1964 El Al made deposits for the U.S. suoersonic transport
aircraft obtaining deliver/ positions 10 and'14 and ensuring
he early delivery of an aircraft which will fly at almost three
times the speed of sound.
Last year the compauy became the first airline to order two
mtTIh ^nnn<3 ^ qiant ^ airCratt caPabl* carrying
X, T, P* at high speeds across the
No3L ?J?.9?n! w**"* OTe due for deliverY in and
November 1971. In ,he course of three years El Al's freight-
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The New Look In El Al Uniforms
In October E! Al uni-
formed personnel began
wearing their new uni-
forms.
The uniforms are a com-
bination of three main
colors.
The air hostesses winter
l .forms are of grey wool
ma'erial with the top coat,
ha1 and blouse in orange.
Accessories are in black
leather.
Tho uniforms of the
c : und hostesses are in
c ive green and sky blje
- colors which for some
)ei-s already have iden-
ied E! Al's ground trans-
port.
The distinctive hat worn
by the hostesses is remini-
scent of this space-con-
quering era, but feminine
and chic at the same time.
The male uniforms are
a conservative grey color
scheme, with accompany-
ing yellow scarf, which
brightens the appearance
of the uniforms.
The final decision re-
garding the choice of the
uniforms was aided by a
select committee of top
Israeli experts and lead-
ers of fashion.
Tenders and designs
were submitted by the
famous Pierre Balmain of
Paris, Princess Galizin of
Rome and two of Israel's
top creators of fashion,
Finni Leitersdorf and Gid-
eon Oberson.
Gideon Oberson creat-
ed the hostess uniforms,
/^en's uniforms are by
Pierre Balmain of Paris.
The uniforms are pro-
duced in Israel, as are the
cloth, all the accessories,
including the leather hos-
tess hand bag, shoes,
overboots, travel bag,
gloves and hats.
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The El Al Story
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passenger capacity will increase by 150 per cent.
ROUTE PATTERNS
El Al operates within three major route patterns. The first
and most important economically is the North Atlantic, between
New York and the European gateways. The second network
links Tel Aviv with most of Europe's capitals, and the third
comprises El Al's African route between Tel Aviv Nairobi, and
Tel Aviv Johannesburg, both of which are weekly direct flights.
Now that El Al is flying directly over the Red Sea, flying time to
Johannesburg has been cut from 15 hours, 30 minutes, to 8 hours,
20 minutes. The Nairobi flight takes four hours.
In 1968. El Al added Romania to its routes. It plans for a
direct connection between Eastern Europe and the United States
via its Bucharest stop. In addition. El Al operates "local area''
routes between Tel Aviv, Teheran. Istanbul and Cyprus.
El Al is actively considering the extension of its services to
continents and major areas to which it does not operate at
present, and also the operation of scheduled all-cargo services
between Israel, Europe and North America. The first of these
is partly motivated by availability of traffic presently not ex-
ploited by El Al, partly by the necessity of market diversification
and partly by new possibilities created for the exploitation of
the geographical position of Israel as a gateway between the
western hemisphere and Europe on the one hand, and Africa,
South East Asia and the Far East on the other. The company
is therefore actively studying a geographical expansion of its
services to various new areas of Africa and South America,
to be followed later by similar studies concerning possible
expansion to points east of Teheran.
In the calendar year 1968. El Al had 4.661 flights, covering
22,972.000 kilometres in 32.458 flying hours, carrying 463.858
revenue passengers. In the fiscal year 1967 68 the company
earned a net profit of IL 5.6 million, despite losses of 1L 9 million
due to the Six-Day War. This was the tenth consecutive year
(with the exception of a strike year) in which El Al declared a
profit. Similar high profits are anticipated for fiscal year 1968 69
despite the terrorist attacks against the line in that period.
SIX-DAY WAR
During the Six-Day War. all international airlinesexcept
El Al stopped flying to Israel. Although many of her personnel
were serving in the Defense Forces, the airline still managed to
fly scheduled routes. Those remaining of the 2,800 employees
around the world did double time, keeping essential offices
open around the clock. Hostesses became bus drivers, office
clerks loaded airplanes, and management helped clean out
hangars.
After the war the company had to make good her losses,
and thus began an intensified campaign, together with the
Ministry of Tourism. The center of the campaign was Jerusalem,
once more a united city, and travel agents and writers were
given an opportunity to see for themselves that Israel was a
tourist attraction of high calibre. About two months later, the
tourist stream began, and kept up steadily throughout the year.
The word "off-season'' virtually vanished from the Israel vo-
cabulary, hotels found themselves filled summer and winter.
and tourist tcures reached an all-time high. Even the Arab
hijacking to Algeria of an El Al Boeing, in the small hours of
the morning of July 24. 1968. did not discourage the tourist
stream. In fact, like the party of Italian churchmen on the hi-
jacked aircraft, they just continued their journey to the Holy
Land as soon as possible.
Both GenLles and Jews have demonstrated a strong feeling
of solidarity for the Israel national carrier and the terror attacks
have led to virtually no passenger cancellations and virtually
no interruption of regular services.
MARKETING and POLICY
El Al has emerged as Israel's largest single dollar-earner,
with more then S62 million earned. Its revenue turnover is about
S80 million, eight times more than the turnover 10 years ago.
No other airline can show a comparable development in its
history.
Obviously, El Al is a crucial factor in the expanding econo-
my of Israel. It earns valuable foreign currency. It promotes
tourism to Israel, both through its world-wide network of offices
and its advertising and promotional activities. On these activi-
ties it spends at least three times the amount of the combined
budgets of all the relevant tourist institutions in Israel. Its policy
always has been to promote Israel first. El Al second, k also
concentrates on the off-season, and brings travel and tounst
writers radio and television personnel and sales agents during
the winter months. To encourage a balanced tounst year it a.so
Promotes pilgrimages, group flights, specia events and con-
ventions during the winter, working often with the Government
Tourist Department in the preparation o! campaigns.
During its second deccde the airline forged its management
policies, including consolidation, the establishment of uniform
work procedures, long-range planning objectives and budgetary
plans and safeguards. During this period, the company stresses
the necessity for profitability as one of the most important yard-
sticks for its success or failure.
With consolidation, El Al had to lay down the marketing
concepts and methods on which to base its commercial pro
grams. The management took an early and forthright stand
against the uninhibited growth of charters and stated in the
most uneguivocal terms that the sanest and clearest method of
building a sound tourist industry was through scheduled ail
transportation.
Drawing conclusions from the fact that Israel's air traffic
comprises 90 per cent tourist-motivated traffic and only 10 per
cent of business-motivated traffic. El Al's economic and com-
mercial doctrine is based on a continuous process of reduction
of cost per ton km. and passenger km. through increased pro-
duction and efficiency coupled with the systematic redur-
of fares and rates, within the framework of a tariff struct -
adapted to the specific needs of optimum traffic develop::.
to and from Israel. El Al became the advocate of an integr,:
system of tourist marketing based on low level non-affinity gi
fares on scheduled lines as a substitution to charters.
The policy has eminently succeeded -and the large-scale
development oi air tourism to Israel in the last five years bears
witness to the fact that scheduled airlines are the best and c
means to assure a steady, healthy and large scale development
of the tourist-motivated traffic.
As the national carrier cf Israel. El Al stipulates that all
food served aboard its aircraft is strictly kosher in accordance
with Jewish dietary laws. Religious observance, furthermore,
restricts the use of El Al aircraft to 306 days a year of its
srheduled services. Despite these blank days, however, El Al's
average utilization, spread over the entire year of 1969. will
cmount to 12.44 hours daily per aircraft, as against an industry
average oi 10 hours per day. This is achieved through tight
scheduling, maximum efficiency and a minimum of delays and
cancellations.
AIR FREIGHT
An cwareness of the importance of air freight, which it is
predicted will overtake world passenger traffic by 1980, has had
El Al constantly searching for improved freight services, to cope
with an increasing demand. Increased freguencies. new methods
of handling, and the active study of all-cargo services, are some
of the means being used, while continually reducing rates
enhance the attractiveness of air freight to the client.
As a conseguence of the dramatic rise in air freight, El Al
has, for the first time in its history, been providing regular all-
cargo flights.
In 1967, El Al occupied position 21 as an international freight
carrier, but last year rose to 17th position. It exported 10.000
tons in the fiscal year 1967 68. and imported 6.000 tons. It
carried 11.750 tons in revenue freight in 1967 68, and projections
for 1968 69 are 13,700 tons. Some of the more unusual exports
ere day-old chicks to Italy. Teheran. East Africa and Paris
telephone parts to South Africa, textiles to the United States
Europe and Tehercn, and agriculural produce to Europe. Imports
include spare parts and machinery.
El Al advocates flexible specific commodity rates and has
been a key factor in the air export of agricultural and textile
products.
This year El Al is building larger export import offices at
Lod Airport, and an El Al committee is studying a new air ccrrgc
terminal which should be ready in 1971, with new facilities to
handle imports, speedier notices of arrival, clearance, etc.
WORLD-WIDE OFFICES
It is interesting to note that of its more than 50 offices around
the world, many are off-line offices. These include, among
others, 15 offices in the United States, and offices in Japan. Aus-
tralia and Spain will soon be added to the list. _________
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THE WONDER
THE WARMTH
THE MAGIC
NOW $360 ROUND TRIP
VIBRANT. Today. The beat of
a rock band in Tel Aviv. Breezy
Jaffa by the crystal waters of
the Mediterranean. Sounds of
the Sabbath drifting over
Jerusalem on a Friday night.
Sun... beaches... miles of
them. Extraordinary sights by
cable car to the natural
Grottos of Phoenicia. Picnics
near the water-falls on the
slopes of Mount Gilboa.
Laughter... music.
CONTAGIOUS. Youth. You
bask in it, and the drama of
history. Your own story. Where
else have you felt so much a
part of the people? Shalom
they say, Shalom you say, it's
your password to new living.
BUT FACE IT: The awesome,
unforgettable, yes
incomparable experience of
Israel... the splendor... the
landscape ... the vigor of the
people that makes tomorrow
dawn today ... all this adds up
to one great question you'll
have to settle for yourself.
How will you ever call anything
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renewed by Israel. Has $360*
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lance in developing to
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intmded route network expansion
program.
The advent of the jumbo jet, two
of which El Al is to receive in the
spring and summer o1' 1971. is the
most recent and pressing urgency
factor in this direction. The jumbo
jet, the Boein;747 as it is des'*-
nated, will bring approximately 4CD
passengers p:r arrival to each des-
tination. Hotel facilities through-
out the world are not yet up to
the numerical and operational
stress which such a density of pas-
senger arrivals induces.
The leading world airlines, such
as TWA with its recent acquisition
of Hilton International Hot. '..-.
TESHET Created To
Develop Israel's
Tourism Facilities
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There i> n I >n about the
economics. The jumbo jel will
ply a continuing positive
to the down side of air tarifl
This is not expected I i be sp -
tacular but will, nevertheless, when
aba rt* l by the travel industrj
along with proper destination I
cilities development, bring n
destinations to move people at an
acceptable package price.
The Holy Land, by its uni |Ue
appeal to all people of the west rn
world, rapidly assumed a supe
position among the competitive
areas of tourism interest, and
rightly so. Every one of us Jew.
Christian or Moslem -whoso re-
ligions have their roots in Isra
harbors an iinquenchabY desire to
see frrm whence his religious life
and indeed his philosophy emer
Now that Jerusalem is reui
and quite happily so. as shown by
the recent free elections in I i<
city where a solid majority of the
East Jerusalem Arab citizens
voted for the landslide re-election
of His Honor the Mayor I
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Eastern Airlines
is proud to join with
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as co-sponsor of the
"Florida visits Israefprogram
Every Sunday from now through the end of March,
1970, you can join a group leaving Miami for 15 days
in Israel for just $594.00 per person, double occupancy.
It's the lowest price ever offered in Florida for
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Further information about these "Florida visits
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Friday. December 12. 1963
Israel
Land Of Milk And Honeymoons
Registry nnd rabbi, invitiations and
menus, flowers and photographers, fittings
and hairdresser the list of preparations
for what can be the most beautiful day in
one's entire life is almost endless. And the
vacation that should be the most beautiful
of one's life should have a place near the
top of the list.
To get married life off to a good Start,
the newly married couple should have
privacy, comfort, lovely and possibly inter-
esting surroundings, good food, glorious
w i r.ther and maybe a few other accessories
that many resorts can provide not only to
honeymooners but also to bachelors and
families. The couple is faced with an almost
overwhelming choice Bournemouth or
Budapest. Grindelwald or Guadeloupe.
Hebrides or Hawaii. Las Palmas or Las
Vegas, Teheran or Tenerif. Yokohama or
Yoscmite enough to send them back to
geography class, or at least to their travel
agent.
For Jewish couples the matter becomes
a simple one as soon as they add one more
location to their geographic shopping list
Israel. If they place Israel at the head of
their list, they may want to dispense with
the list altogether, because the points in
Israel's favor are so obvious.
Just check off the points on the list
the honeymoon requirements list, this time.
Privacy as much as you want. You're
away from friends and relatives, unless you
have some in Israel, in which case you may
want to be careful.
Comfortthe choice is yours, from lux-
urious resort hotels through medium class
modern hotels and attractive kibbutz guest
houses to bungalow-type holiday villages.
Foodthe bill of fare proves Kipling
wrong. Here East and West meet, and the
twain can frequently be found in the very
same restaurant. The typical Israel break-
fast room welcomes you in the morrting
With a sideboard groaning under a display
of fruit juices, eges. kippers, a variety of
hard and soft cheeses, salads, yogurts and
sour cream! toast, rolls and bread. jafUS'
and other tidbits.
Israels fishing fleet supplies sea food
from the Mediterranean, the Red Sea and
the Sea of Galilee as well; and in addition,
artificial ponds are maintained to breed
carp, thus ensuring the presence of the
gefilte variety on Friday night.
Here the Jaffas come straight from the
trees, and you are equally close to melons,
bananas, strawberries, figs, dates, grapes,
plums, peaches, apricots, avocado, persim-
mons, and of course, the sabra Uhe edible
variety).
The average restaurant combines Euro-
pean cuisine with a nod to the Orient in
the form of shashlik. kebab ami humus. The
The better establishments polarize either to
the iH'st of French and Italian culinary art
or to the more exotic delights of the Middle
East. At the other end of the gamut are
dairy restaurants which astound gourmets
with the way they make milk flow into
an endless variety of delicacies.
Surroundingsyou merely take your
choice. The three S's tsun, sea and sand'
dominate the Mediterranean coast, where
a string of resorts -Ashkelon, Herzliya,
Netanya, Shavei Zion. Nahariya. Ahziv
sing their siren song to seduce the way-
farer looking for repose.
The Red Sea town of Eilat adds the
fourth "S": skindivinginto the phantas-
magoria of its submarine flora and fauna.
The scenery above sea-level is just as spec-
tacular. If lakes are preferred, you have
the Sea of Galilee and the Dead Sea to
choose from (what's in a name? the
Hebrew 'yam" stands for sea. and lake as
well). Mountains? Those of Galilee are
very hospitable, notably at Safed. while the
Judaean hills would be majestic even if
they were not dominated by the majes'.ic
city of Jerusalem.
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As for the element that can nugj or cxcej>tion of une A ^lo ,
break a honeymoon ^.^V^'^JS^v ^iWnSwr?1"
marriage ^^Jj^^T^ K 5 full board ,
vou a with' he m breeze on the Medi- Newlywed. pay no entrance t,
^neaVor in fee cool mountain air: In w. "-equipped beach,(rtth .w.mmin,
i m' u. go down below sea lev. 1 to and ever, evening they "yn f,
Tiberias" or way down to winterless. rain- tertainment, such as cinema. Right
taTStat on the Red Sea No matter when performance, at Haifa s modern mi,
ou se he happy late you'll find honey- th, .1 r. shows In romanfe o,d Acr.
moon weather somewhere in Israel.
Here we can close the bal
ordinary honymooners with consid"
assets in favor of spending a h nej
in Israel. For Jewisn couples the choice of
Israel is almost an obvious one. Whal bet-
ter waj to st irt : in I life than in the
Jewish State?
A h mi ym i >n in Isi lei will ad I -;
significance to the start ol a Jewish n i
- no other country can give it- A
visit to Jerusalem mce igain united in all
its glory, will be an unforgettable honey-
moon. You may not want to make a sight-
seeing trip out of your honeymoon, but y iu
will at least want to see the Western Wall
(the Wailing Wall) and the Temple Mount
, the daj there are free excurs
the surroundings, which are full of intei
,.i ii. > and there are ft*
such as flowers, wine and totter;
\ hariya is so much in favor of th insr..
:ution of marriage that their hoi
le Jso to couples ;,:
numbered wedding annh rs
ires honej mooners to its
m ii rs with special packagt tours In .
Vrkia Inland Airlines flics th
d wn fi nn and back to Jerusalem
Aviv, and the hotels on the Red 3
tnper them for five days or more
Attractive honeymoon ideations an pi -
tided also by the kibbutz guest h :-. .
i iv combine modern facility
(the wailing wail' ana me ie.u,ur .u..i
where Abraham prepared to sacrifice Isaac peaceful rustic surroundings. Food Is ,
and where Solomon buiit the Temple tiful and vvtolesoro* much of
In Israel the charming resort town of right there ,n the kibbutz. There Is n
Nahariya has mad, its name as Isra rs to pick oranges or drive a tractor, unless
answer to Niagara Falls Its claim t i fame >> 'nshrt These guest houses are scatter
is not based on cascading waters, for all i scenic places all over the country, many
the Gaaton River does is meander down of them near a beach, others in the moun-
the center of Nahariya's main street, but tains, and most of them have a swimming
on its popularity with h<>neymooncrs. This pool
popularity has been cultivated over the Synagogues in Israel will honor bride-
years bj an Imaginative program operated gr ms by calling them up to the Torah
during the month following Lag B'Omer. The bride will be more than satis!.
One Of the few dates between Pesach and merely going up to Israel. For both brid^
Shavuoth when Jewish weddings can take ind groom, there can-be no better way to
place, therefore they take or. epidemic start married life together than a honey-
therefore
proportions during that time.
moon in Israel.
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American Jewish Congress. A guest speaker
will describe the special group tours available
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JEWISH FORTNIGHT16 dars$777 .
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ISRAEL AM) EUROPE29 days1050
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crucifixion, burial and resurrection of Jesus.
All JERUSALEM, Israel: The Church of the
Holy Sepulchre is one of the most sacred
Christian sites in the Holy Land. Situated on
Golgotha, where ancient tradition says the
skull of Adam is buned, it also marks the site
of the crucifixion, burial and resurrection
of Jesus.
A-12 JERUSALEM. Israel: The Dome of the
Rock where Abraham bound Isaac for sac-
rifice to the Lord, and whe'e tradition says
Mohammed ascended to heaven. The rock
sheltered by the golden dome Is in the center
of Mount Monah. upon whirl the Bible says
the Temple of Solomon was I
A 13 JERUSALEM. Israel >e Dome of the
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a sacred Moslem and J-.-. Dome
marns the plare of Sol lempli rid is
he'ieved to be the place where Abraham pre-
pared Isaac for sacrifici
A-14 JERUSALEM Israel rhe 'Western Wall
A-15 of the Temple (Wai ing Wall) is one of
the most sacreo Jewisl e Holy
Land. Cut off from Israel for the past 20
years, its return to the bosom of Is'aei has
resulted in a world-wide rejoicing among
Jews
A-16 JERUSALEM. Israel: The Western Wall
of the Temple Mount is one of the most
sacred Jewish sites in the Holy Land Many
of those who come to pray at the wall write
tneir prayers on a slip of paper and insert
it in the crevices of the ancient stones.
A-17 JERUSALEM. Israel: David's Tower, lo-
cated near the Jaffa Gate entrance to the old
walled city of Jerusalem, is one of the domi-
nant landmarks on the Jerusalem skyline.
The heavy stone I I : } the
days of King Herod
A 18 JERUSALEM Israel M ton is ad-
larent to the wailed section of Jerusalem It
houses sites sacred to Jews. Christians and
Moslems, in 'udmg the Room of the Last
Supper, Dave's Tomb, and Dorn I Abbey.
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Friday. December 12, 1969
The Miami Beach Story Of El Al .
By CAPT. LEO CARDXER
We established the El Al office
in Miami Bftafib ^JCUji nine years
ago, '"i the i'V" if (he lighting of
the eighth Chanukah candle. I
Mezuzah was affixed to the door
by the leading members of the
rabbinate. The entire membership
of the Miami Beach City Council
the mayor, dignitaries of the ju-
diciary. Senate and Congress par-
ticipated. Metro Mayor Chuck Hall
joined in dancing the Hora: kosher
hors rt'oeuvr*s were served far
into the night and hearts were
made gay with the spirit of the
Festival of Lights and the Israeli
tradition of establishing another
outpost on a new frontier. We
were here to serve our commu-
nity, our people, and Israel. And
so it has been.
Our territory encompassed the
southeastern quadrant of the
United States, plus the Caribbean
Islands, a distance of more than
2.000 miles Our staff was small
and a lot of hard work and devo-
tion would be required to establish
a rapport in this area with Israel
and its tourism objectives. So it
has been.
I had been personally involved
in the creation of El Al. It was
during the War of Independence,
in the fall of 1948. that we made
our first flights. I was the first
captain and operations manager.
Our first objective was to open air
communications upon which we
could depend, for all other airlines
had ceased making flights to Is-
rael. Our first task was to bring
home to Israel its first president.
Dr. Chaim Weitzmann. who was
then in Geneva. Switzerland: th-
second flight was to bring home
the body of Dr. Theodore Herzl.
architect of the Zionist movement.
We were at war then to defend
the life of the newly reborn Israeli
State. Our small American leader-
ship contingent eight of us in all
had been successful in motivat-
ing 50D specialists who had seen
service with the U.S. Air Force
during World War II. plus smv?
:'.">(> from Canada, to join in ma I-
ning the Air Force we were o"-
panizing and equipping an Air
K .re.' with which t. stem the t. \
of Arab armies threatening t>
overrun Israel, thus extinguishing
th.' flame which had only just
been rekindled after 2.0C0 ye
We obtained men in all c.ite^.i-
ries of qualification: pilots. ivl-
,rs and radio operators
bardiers, gunners and gunner> ex-
;, ts, mechanics t >r maint -n
and overhaul, and even my i v n
cousin, who became the one
only radio engineer for the em re
initial phase of the provisioi
program and the airlift to tsi
from Czechoslovakia.
If ever a group of men proved
their worth and ability to deliver
the goods and operate an air link
to the outside w rld, it was our
volunteer section of the M iChal. A
group of South African Jews who
were veterans of the RAF
were recruited, and it was a varied
lot which climbed aboard the non-
descript aircraft at the various
air bases in Israel which had been
been used by the RAF during the
occuiwtion and World War II. and
were new reactivated. Neverthe-
less, they '-;<>t the job done-the
objectives of preserving life and
continuity of the Jewish people in
Eretz were realized.
Necessity forced the nation to
build a >trong Israel airline. The
name "El A' meaning 'upward/'
or "to the heights" was selected
and confer, ed bv DavM Remez
Minister of Communications and
Transiort. i"H*i **. Aharon
Remez (now Ambassador to Great
Britain) was then the IAF com-
mander.
We carried out the first flights
under strict military control and
support. Fighters were dispatched
to meet incoming nights at pre-
r" two, first light. Aircraft having
the misfortune of crashing or over-
turning on the runways at the
close of the night's operations in
the Nege\ or the Sinai, were un-
ceremoniously dragged from the
landing strip by ropes attached to
lorries, in order that incoming
flights of Fl A! would have a
clear landing area.
Today, as I look back over the
past 20 years of El Al operations,
such dramatic and desperate sit-
uations are no longer common-
place. True, there are those who
try. on occasion, to test our met-
tle, but they find it more than
equal to the challenge. Our air-
craft and crews today are among
tin- safest and best equipped for
the task. Israel's vaunted Air
Force is appreciated by the worl 1
community.
When I first started to fly in
the skies of Southern California,
during my high school days, and
later in the U.S. Air Force during
World War II. a Jewish pilot was
looked upon as some sort of odd-
balla misfit, one who somehow
didn't belong. For after all, when
were Jews known to be fliers"
Since Noah, boat-builders, maybe,
but fliers? And wouldn't their
temperament disqualify them for
flight duties?
Today, these myths have been
finally and completely replaced by
a frank appreciation of what the
Jewish pilots can and have ac-
complished. And so it is with our
Israeli Air Force pilots who "grad-
uate" to the flight decks of our
El Al Boeing Intercontinental jet
transports.
Our "new breed" of pilot, the
trainee, comes to us fresh from the
most comprehensive contemporary
testing course available. Highly
professional, he is thoroughly com-
petent and conversant with the
most modern jet aircraft ;:::
equipment. With the eye of a hawk
and spirit of an eagle, he settle-
down to a thorough and exhaus-
tive program of conversion to civil
transport flight methods and pro-
cedures. He learrs the Intricacies
of the Boeing with an ease equal
to his mastery of the Skyhawk
Mirage and Phantom. He i< con-
stantly trained and supervis I
until he can be rated by the ex-
perts as a member of the most
outstanding flight crew In the
worldsecond I n m t. And 1
.- is it -1 ill I foi you
I -.. ire more valu ible I
than any in th world -
to n
We can'l fit enough ays I
serve you ind satisfy you, whi
er it i e In I ling quick ins\<
to your Inquiries or see i
that your arrai nts ar i x
cuted properly -all the way.
The size of the Miami Be ich
office's staff has doubled sinci
was opened in 1%0. and further
improvement of area coverage i-
planned for the months just ahe id
Since the Israel consulate has no
offices in the Miami area, and
Atlanta, where they are located,
is a bit distant for some, our office
actually serves as an Israel center.
To simplify and enhance our
service, we have installed In-and-
Out Watts-line telephone service,
a first for any airline in this area,
by thi> way. Our toll-free local
number. WX 8011. is listed in
most important cities.
We are prepared to obtain re-
quired information in a number of
quick waysby phone. Telex or
cable. Our phone arrangements
have been made so that in almost
every instance, while you confer
with your travel ..gent in his office
he can receive immediate confir-
mation on bookings, land arrange-
ments or any other special re-
quirements. If overseas verifica-
tion or clari'ication is required,
the answer can be obtained for
you bv Telex, often on the same
day. This part of our service is
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sider the CONVENIENCE .
prompt answers to passengers'
P blems Is il prime importance
Seminars are h'Id for the F] A!-
linted tra' el igents concern-
ing lur tou > ew it
!". itions, Idit ins in
i ir sen ices Hotel it Is ;h1 -
irsfon tiot ind the- it
. |, e .
of the dyn Id
'enl I

.,-. wh
: i
..... ., .
may s I
;..... ....
---- II
.....
... .....
ps is evid"
m | 3 |ii .
if the Is VI
c i i
;alem I .........
. ...... ., ir .... ,. .
bv the Minis! r; i epi es ntative
North Ame A m
the si itheasl i zj in i! repi -
tative, Moshe Shoshan
N ithan Friedm in. North An
c in director of Public R 'lati
Not only does the El Al M
Beach office set ve
' travel to Isr il is also in-
volved in th.....mitj iff lit -
of the region. One typ ictlvil
is the present itiot f the la<>-
motion picture film in s und in I
lor showing en,,.,.;....,., and new
aspects of Israeli 1 if or the Iv
scene as a tourist mipht like to -
it. during meetings held by various
coranvwitv i -i- >-\-- i>ns com
ed with Israel affairs.
New methods of audio \
techniques are bein
thr companv to mike the pr.
tations even more Intimate n
lating directly to the individual
traveler. One such es i- a d
scriptive color slide presentation.
showing what happens to a trav-
eler from the moment he decides
to visit Israel. Tno way to make
the arrangements, and the things
likely to happen en route are de-
picted in unique fashion with nar-
ration by an El Al representativ
Since Israel is No. 2 I ifter th
United States) in per capita i
puter hours per annum, li .- only
.1 that El Al'> IBM 360 lis !
computer he employed t i inalyze
solve problems and
. lirinR Improvement -
>n ir ch inge. <)n< '.. 'Id i
lin h i- demon
ess is c imput riz
ii tiction an I tic
methods !

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Mil
I
je chock-in, etc. are
jtudi I
Freedom Fighters Award
Conferred Upon
Su E Al has one of the most
, n f far-reaching group
ims in the airline In-
- 1/ en called upon to
istantially to the new
C Hiinonents of an
- ;roup program Into
'i'liIs la no sma'l feat
thousands and thou-
which go inlo the
the system-wide group
1*1 DP programmed to
beneficial, up-to-the-
ition with >ut cre-
m.
I
,! i
s 'Hi. this mean i
only bo "tied In"
k bv the Watts-line
in i Telex. b'it als >
, t nicl or delete any
porl 4 the pre-packaged tour
, i in eff' ct tailoring a tour
k ,.v'i"[i'r\ requirements
exact svhile he chats with h's
i- ,-. il at his desk. In other
word- tlv comouter tikes over
ic 1 '"'ails of tour con-
strue allowing your travel
jem ">" service personnel
1 which to determine in
iv we ran make o"r serv-
at -r CONVENIENCE
nt--r !>"? 10'h yf*r of nw.
II Southern community in
n A-nivorsary year .
ihold of new evoansion
r.puterized automation with
ting developments in audio*
i nn" rations. The day of
of'lCt, or that of your
- ivel agent, and relaxing
leatre lounge while you
the faculties featured bv
of destinations is ju^t
: c trner. This. to*\ will
.... i v;sit to Israel vis
pleasant and onven-
i i, it onlv takes one
; ,' the number tl il
j started on v rtr >v
i i- int ON^-STOP
I :. AVIV MIAMI vi-
SHALOM is -
n when the i i d "
3 : m. El A!
!>.- of s tr\ ice?"
A Tribute
To MAHAL
When I.I Al was formed, it drew upon the resources of a ban 1
of men who had come to Israel for the express purpose of fighting
in the War of Independence. Mainly aviation men, they came
from a variety of '"Western" countries such as the United States,
England, South Africa and so on. Known collectively as MAHAL,
a Hebrew acronym meaning "The Volunteers from Abroad."
these men formed the nucleus of the Israel Air Force, operating
such aircraft as the newly-born state could obtain in 19IS. in-
cluding Piper Cubs. Among their ranks were pilots, navigators,
flight engineers and radio operators.
These men played a major part in the growth of the State
of Israel in general, and Kl Al in particular, and many of thes
founder-members of El Al are sti!' with the company today, serv-
ing in a variety of capacities. They include:
LEO GARDNER
MAURICE REX SIMON
OSCAR BERGMANN
SAM BOSHES
NORMAN TOKEN
ALLEN CUNNINGHAM
LESLIE EASTERMAN
MICHAEL ENGLARD
COLEMAN GOLDSTEIN-
JACK GARBARSZ
JOHN HARRIS
PHILIJP HARRIS
SOL JACOBS
WILLIAM KATZ
GEORGE KATZ
BENJAMIN LENSON
BILL LEVINE
SAM LEWIS
EDDIE LIPPA
LOUIS MASK ROW
REUVEN NARUNSKY
ISSY RIEBACK
JOE ROSENBERG
DANNY ROSIN
HERBIE ROTHENBERG
AL SALTIEL
BARUCH SAVILLE
YEHUDA SHIMONI
MENDEL VONS
AVRAHAM WEINSTOCK
Capt. Leo Gardner
The lsra< 1 government has just
: [fied Capt. I.- o Gardner, S.E.
I .S.A. sail for El Al
Isra l Ail lim s that the FREE-
1- >M FIGH n R'S av
onfen > iim in n c gnition
oi his servii luring the War of
Independ< nc 1948 in the Israel
Air Fore
He li' in Mian i r, ach with
his wife, Miriam, a sixth genera-
tion Sabi born in Haifa, and
their two children, a daughter
Lcora 11, and a son Arthur.
age l), both \ i ni ation
Sabras.
^ aptain I; i Iner servi d as chief
of stafi for all N gev air opera-
tions with the equivalent rank of
Wing Commander, IAF. As he w is
a U.S. citizen, and under the con-
ditions of the time (which have
since n altered to suit present
circumstances), hi performed his
military duties in civilian mufti.
Insignia of rank and military uni-
firms were taboo for ail Machal
volunteers from abroad who came
to the aid ol Israel during the War
of Independence.
Captain Gardner was one of a
:' ei hi m n who who were
chargi ; with the task by the then
provisional government in forma-
tion, id i.., & n Gurion, in 1947.
during the pre-state days, of crea-
i ing a hcavj a la ol vari-
ous pes of aircraft including
fighters, and large trans-
port aircraft, This air fleet was to
> c omi th fii si i ffi cti\ e air foi c i
if the Sts :r 1 and playi d a
vital role in stopping the invading
Arab am i Fl ;hter aircraft were
carried to Isra l in the interior
ol thi a ; ort, n assembled
mi a field near Natanyia and at
Ekron air base near Rechovot,
,i.n' where the counter attacks
were mounted against the enemy
armies, c aptain Gardner had per-
sonal charge of the global wing
activities of the combined air
strike s'|i.a irons, bombing, and
transport supply and hospital
evacuation missions in the South-
ern Front throughout the Negev
and adjaci nt Sinai areas. He led
the massive bombing attacks on
the Ga.:a Egyptian strongholds.
Ashded. Faiuja and other Egyptian
strong points.
Left to Right, John Danieri, Elsa Pidermann, Captain Leo
Gardner, and Bertha Minski.

Left to Right, John Danieri, ertha Minski, Elsa Pidermenn, Capt.
Leo Gardner


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Many Unusual
w
Museums In
Israel
There's an Alphabet Museum in
Tel Aviv, a Museum of Musical
l istruments in Jerusalem, a Mu-
scum of Japanese Ar1 in Haifa,
rid no fewer than 50 other mu-
seums throughout Israel In
large cities, small towns, and even
in some of the kibbutzim, Many
de> ot il to archaeology and
ntiquities, others locus on con-
t< mporarj ai t.
In .1. rusalem, the Israel Muse-
i in brinj togi ther undi r om
roof the country's great national
...ll. .nous: the Bezalel Musi urn
nded in 19061 w1th a large
collection >>i Jewish folk-art; the
Billy Rose Arl Garden of modern
sculpture; the Samuel Bronfman
lliblical and Arch i ... jical Mu-
seum; and the wo rid- fa m .. u s
Shrini' of the Book, in which seven
ol the I > ad s, a Scrolls, the Bar-
Kochba letters, and other relics
are preserved. In addition, the Is-
rael Museum includi s a Junior
Wing, and galleries for temporary
xhibil ions.
Jerusalem also boasts a half-
t; .ii in-i museums, among them
i] is, um of Natural Hist. ; the
Museum Yad V'ashem idevoted to
i io ii in. mill anci ol 11. r.. s and
Martyrs), and o Museum ol i';i\. s,
Tli.' Ha'ai. 1/ M setim in Tel
Aviv is a remarkable and impres-
sive complex comprising the Mu-
-'Uin oi Ancient Glass, (he Kad-
in Humismatir Museum, a Cera-
lics Museum, the Ethnographic
ii.I Folklore Museum, and the
Museum ol Science and Tcch-
i ology.
Elsewhere In Tel Aviv there's
the Helena Rubinstein Pavilion of
Art; the Museum of History, of
Tel Aviv, the Tel Aviv Museum of
Art; tl.- Israel Defense Forces
Museum, exhibiting weapons and
documents relating to the forma-
tion of the Israeli Army; the Mu-
si um ol the History of Medicine;
and the Jabotinsky Museum, de-
voted to the life ol Ze-ev Jabot-
insky and to the various under-
ground mOVI merits which preceded
the birth of the Stati ..! Israel.
Visitors to Haifa will want to
BCi the port city's Maritime .Mu-
seum which depicts ."i,(X)0 seals of
navigation, ancient cartography,
navigational i ns t r u m cuts and
marine archaeology. In addition.
Haifa boasts museums devoted to
Prehistory, Ancient Art, Modern
Ait, Japan, s. Art. Ethnology and
Folklore, Musi.-, and an Institute
oi Biologj which focuses on the
flora and fauna of Israel.
Near Haifa, on the slopes of
Mt Carmel, is the artists' village
.1 Kin Hod with its central gallery
and num. rous studios. Other nta-
loi art cwloiiiis, where tourists
can find (aritt perhaps purchase"
works bj contemporary painters.
sculptors and craftsmen are to be
found in Jaffa, Jerusalem. Beer-
sheba, Eilat and. ol course, Safad.
A coinpi. h. nsive list of all the
major museums of Isra< I has been
prepared by El Al Israel Airlines.
This list, which includes addresses.
telephone numbers and visiting
noun, is available, free of charge,
Iron) the nearest El Al Israel Air-
lines district office,
El Al's System
Executive Officers

Mr Vfoshe (' I was born in Poland in 1911 Ho came to
Palestine with his parents in 1924. He began working in ..
printing press, and rose through the ranks of the f"rade Union
Movement. In 1937 he joined a kibbutz, and has been a mcmbei
ever since Mr. ( armel. who rose to the rank of Brigadier General
in the Israel Defence Forces, studied at lh( Hebrew I nivcrsity,
in Jerusalem, He read history and philosophy, and aftei graduating
continued his studies in Paris, al the Institute ol Political Science.
Since 1955 he has been .i mcmbei of the Knesset (Israel's Parlia-
ment). He i* Ministoi of rransport, and Chairman of the Board
..; Directors of 1 I \
I
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\/. K />.......; was horn in ttud cd ..t the
I laifa rechnion. He i at the 18, and aftet
three years ol seme* he rechnion.
ll: joined 1! \l in l ? In 1458 he became
Manager ol Maintenance l> ind was ip ,:\ promoted
to assistant to the Vice President Operations Division, to Vice
President Operations Division, and recently to 1 :t-i Vice Presi-
dent in addition to his post as Vice President Operations Division.
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Mr. Y. Shrcm is Vice President Commercial. He was born in
Jerusalem in 1920, and began his career in awauon 32 years ago
as secretary of the Aviation Club in Jerusalem. After a short
spell with BOAC, he joined Fl Al shortly after its establishment
He was Head of the Israel Branch for ten years, and Representa-
tive to Italy and then France for nine years, before entering his
present position.
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Mr. M. Cohen is Vice President North American Operations
. W E",^'^ch.WM crtatcJ in '*> Born and edSiTn
Latvia. Mr. Cohen immigrated to Palestine in 1935 He Stfe
first ten years working on a kibbutz. In 1950 he joined F Al
and served in the Personnel, Dispatch and Care, iw A1,
in .959 he became European Freght M^n^eTffiJftK
Subsequently he served as the company's Carso Man" n'
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Mr. II. Sanderson is Vice President -Comptroller. He gave up a
job as a lawyer in Boston to tome to Israel in 1948. In his first
years in the country he worked in a kibbutz, anil la'er became
Deputy Director of the Department of Customs. Joined El Al, and
became Representative for the Company in America. He returned
to Israel in 1968, to take up his present position.
Israel
By Air
i
Colonel A Turin was born in Warsaw in 1920, and immigrated
to Palestine in 1925. He studied at the Haifa Technion before
joining the British Air Force in July 1940, where he served for
six years. 1 atcr he worked as secretary of the Haifa Bay Water
Supply Co. He joined the Israel Air Force, and rose to the rank
ol full colonel. Became Vice President Operations, in El Al in
1961, In 1963 he entered his present position as Nice President- -
Administration and I inance.
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1
Mr. L. Pedrelli, who is Vice PresidentEconomics, was born
in London in 1902. He gained his B.Sc. (Economics) and IT.AC.
at the University College in London. In 1923 he immigrated to
what was then Palestine, and joined the Central Bank of
Cooperative Institutions in Palestine Ltd. In 1939 he enlisted in
the British Army, and rose to the rank of Colonel. During his
seven years of service he was mentioned in dispatches, and
awarded the O.B E. In May 1949 he once more came to Israel.
and he joined El Al in May 1952, as Chief Accountant. In 1957
he became Deputy Director Finance and Administration Divi-
sion, and then in rapid succession. Accountant General, Economic
Advisor, and Vice President Economics.
Spectacular tit-rial views ol Jeru-
salem and its surroundings are
now available to tiv public through
the faciliti s of "El Rom." This
small inland airline offers 20-min-
> tc and .'.'(-minute flights from
i\tarot Airport at Jerusalem, with
tlv longer route passing over Beth-
li hem and Solomon's Pools before
returning over the old City.
"El Rom" has been operating
for thi last two years out of Eilat,
ratrying passi ngi i s on si rhtseeing
tours over Sinai, In marked con-
trast to the ji t aircraft operated
b; El Al Israel Airlines. "El
i's" mod< -i :! i cot sists of
on four-] >ass( nget C ssna, \\ it li
raft now being
liled 1 its fie. i.
13) sidi ein flights ovet
.' i tli i Rom" pi ins t ri|s
1 .i' ol .::
r.olan Hei
and I .- i in
m dit ion u il lily pas-
s'-nget salem to
i ba
Capt. Leo G i i i local ilisl i icl
sales managei ol El Al Israel Air-
lines, points on I that these flights
tire particularly beneficial for the
visitor whose stay in Israel will
r.ut be a lengthy one enabling the
sightseer to see t ii main points
of interest in a very short time.
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PHONE: 446-2665
(FREE TICKET DELIVERY)


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Friday, December 12. 1369
BY t'APT. LEO (iARDNKR
Since October of '.' 62, when the
sident of El A!. Mr. Mordi i
Bin Aii, thin Vk< V. -. r nt Com-
mcicial Division, inti luc the
nwv 'no-affinity group tariff"
one pi whicn was unanimously
accc pted by IATA. the Interna-
tional Air Carrier Association,
travel to the H< ly Land was n
equitably and attractively availa-
ble to all.
In the intervening seven years,
these fans and their application
have Ih.ii refined to the point
where today they form the basis
for the entire Internationa] Air
Fare structure. They havi proved
,- boon for travel to Israel ami
Europe, so much so, thai a recent
survey conducted by the Port
h i it. of Ni w Yoi k shows thai
of all transatl ti tic air pas-
gers had [srai th ir itiner-
ary. That is better 1 oat
i \; ry six i i ns. Isra I has al-
ready overtaken at pass i!. long-
i stablishi d i,ion
tries.
There arc s, \ sons for
tl Mosl of us, J w Chi istian,
,. i -.: a di finiti d sii to -..-it the
seat of our religious heritage.
Given the right pportunity, we
take it. Making this economically
available to travelers, especially
from the Western Hemisphere, has
been a prime objective of Israel's
rational carrier. El Al. Aivi the
effort does not stop there. Ei Al
has exerted a continuing and ef-
fective positive pressure on its
n government ar.d people for
-... support required to round out
kage. Thi re is the matter
of hotel and tourism facilitii s, and
the many facets of th, SERVICE
INDUSTRIES directly affecting
mfi rl and well-being of the
tourist.
Toward this end. we now have
a complete overhaul and revitaliza-
tion of El Al*s own staff and fa-
. ,:ities. Operation Kadimah tFOR-
WARDi comlimts with the name
El Al tl'PWARDi for a motto
FORWARD AND UPWARD, the
keynote of the new look of El Al.
With this goes the TESHET
program, an entity established by j
El Al for the direct development
of the PHYSICAL plant and facili-
ties aspect of tourism within the
country and along El Al's route
structure.
But all this would be like pre-
paring a feast for the guest who
did NOT come to dinner. We must
first and foremost, motivate the
public, present & palatable product
fares, tours, accommodations
and make it available in such form
and sequence of timing that the
greatest possible segment of the
public may find it useful. This we
have done in highly successful
manner.
A case in point is the NEW
LOW FARES El Al now intro-
duces, as this issue goes to press.
Beginning on New Year's Day,
and valid for departures through
March 31. 1970. augmenting its
group programs, the individual
(we or our tour operators form
ne groups) may select from the
variety of new fares which best
suits his requirements as to length
ot stay, land arrangements or no
land arrangements (when you stay
wkh the MISHPOCHE or 'do it
yourself) and time of departure.
EI Al and its select Israel Tour
Operators have established an en-
viable record in the travel indus-
try for more group departures- -of
greater varietywith the highest
record of performance, coupled
with the greatest dollar value.
Oar appointed travel agents, those
who specialize in Israel and Israel-
Europe travel are among the finest
in the industry. Through the years
of association with El Al and its
product, by virtue of close coopera-
tion and constant interchange of
up to the minute information and
suggestions for methodology, they
have become masters in their pro-
fession.
We at El Al pioneered the con-
cept, and have continued to im-
prove the handling and delivery
of the Calendar of Departures,
which has become a living useful
tool for the expert to whom you,
the travciiwg public, entrust the
execution of your travel needs and
lSRAeL-
etiRope
FAL
& WINTER 1969//0
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The Largest
GROUP
WOTk of services to 17 count
n four contin. nts. And rtov
Jan. 9. the 18th country, Ethi
home of the reigning n
Haile Selassie, the "Lion ol J
will be added, linking the .,
iand of s lomon's tune with
crn day Israel, by Ron sto t
service. And in 1971 we a<:,i -i,
oontiawnt .with st-rvices planned ,
South America.
How does a carrier go ni t
offering the gr. atest conv. i
to the public for service to
country? By offering: both
greatest number of weeklv
and the most hijrhly functi
non-affinitty group rat
tures, from which the
may selecl that particulai .->
and type of s,<,-.:;,-,- an
v hii t: t> si guits him. his \
m with mat k. d -
Hotel
Exhibition
.
Selection
TRIPS
Of
TO
iSRAeL-euRope
BASED ON THE ATTRACTIVE GROUP FARES OF
$449
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$360
$399
$440
$499
requisites. El Al and its group of
Operators and Wholesalers have
developed an enviable reputation
in the field of leadership and reli-
ability. Each of the operators en-
compassed in our Group Departure
Calendar has proven his financial
and operational integrity and abili-
ty. We have a long and solid his-
tory of performance as a "team"
which makes possible accurate as-
sessment of the needs and demands
of the traveling public and a capa-
bility of translating these trends
into predictable patterns. This has
been one of. if not THE most dif-
ficult part of air carrier develop-
ment faced by all the airlines of
the countries of the world. And
it has been no less a problem for
the newly reestablished state of
Israel.
A survey run by the State De- i
partment deten.iined that, among
the newly established and emerg- ,
ing nations of the world, the in- '
dividual rate of development of a i
nation had a direct relationship!
to its development of tourism.
Israel understood this long be-
fbre the survey was attempted,
and its tourism industry has now
j become the NUMBER ONE IN-!
| DUSTRY and FOREIGN CUR-'
I RENCY earner for the state. The i
| shenomenal development of El Al i
has paced the development of this
entire industry. The government j
of Israel acknowledges its good i
'. fortune in having such an able j
body of leadership at the helm of j
, EI AL It is not a matter of chance .
that El Al developed in the mair-
ner it has. After all, an Interna-
tional Air Carrier today is a high- ;
ly sophisticated organization. In !
i., the world, and most demanding
in operational conformance.
As to Comfort, we maintain a
i never ceasing procedure of main-
taining our equipment and its
cleanliness, with constant improve-
ment of the small details which
increasi comfort. This is not limit-
ed only to the aircraft interior.
' Our interpretation of comfort
starts with the cheerful voice
! which answers the telephone In-
' quiry. or the pleasant and helpful
staff at our offices and terminals
; who first make direct contact with
; the passenger or interested person.
In an offline station, such as the
Miami Beach office, one gets many
\ unusual requests for assistance or
i information. Our staff is especially
qualified to handle any number of
unusual types of requests. They
' know where to get the information
and the most expeditious manner
, in which to relay it to the client.
As to Convenience, we have
' devoted a substantial part of our
i planning and program toward this
] one objective: the utilmate con-
exploiting the natural or special
interest attractions oi their coun-
ties have gone more into what
we call "distination" development
Hence El Al's TESHET and similar
or kindred faculties' development
program being consid< n d by other
nations. The concept of being a
carrier ONLY became obsolescent.
More was needed in order to in-
i n aae the ability of the carrier or
its government, or both, to i un
undertake the trenv ndoua finan-
cing problems which were tlirust
upon them in order to acquire the
flight and supportive equipment
to basically maintain a competi-
tive position.
El Al. with its immediate $100,-
000.000 equipment expansion pro-
gram, and its parent, the Israel
Government were not caught un-
', prepared. Our joint "destination"
development program has long
I been underway. As a matter of
fact, since its inception. El Al has
been "selling" its destination
Israel. We evin carried along"
carriers ami entrepreneurs
The standards of si
ael's hot '- will h
d as -he r.-.sult of a h '
hii: am held recently in '!\
Exhibition Ground;,.
Participants in the -
ed more than 40 r present I
American manufacttii
w< :: as delegations fi
Greece, Iran. Kenya. M
mania, Thailand, Turk
i Iganda.
The series ot d -plays
an "international hot< I and
ing exhibition," an>
which w is .-i Amji ieni
catering display. A pack
lion and a MeOitei rani
ir w .i.
Building materials, furni
: labor-sav trig equipmi I
well as foreign, and i
ma were among t>v it< i
lay in the six pavilions.
t'hef Nikolai, wh i ri -;
for the crmnge irr-fv! A! Israel ffr-
line's cuisine, said the exhibitlon/s
value in encouraging high stand-
ards in food and service was im-
pressive. In the culinary depart-
ment of the exhibition. \ irj 0s
food produce marketing boards
sponsored evenings which t-
lighted meat, poultry. !:-':. and
dairy menus, and included wine
tasting, ideas for snack bar. buffet
; and grill meals as well as for Bl
dinners.
Getting
Around
other
venience of the traveling public. by urtu<' of our m'n ,,ffo,ts- Other
This, after all. is one of the cri-j carnrrs benefited initially from
teria by which routes are general- .ur stron "selling" of the Israel
ly awarded or in some cases des!.lna,lun- To K1 Al. Israel was
lor scheduled aircarriers even !its "ralson d'etre." To other trans-
imposed by their respective gov- ; atlanuc carriers U became an addi-
ernments. This is a prime factor tional l'uf' on the pic or bon-bon.
in our thinking on the GROUP So ,0 SDeak- They could afford
TRAVEL concept, and its price iewn ,0 eventually sptnd some I Because
structure. money advertising Israel, because
.,, -tM.o. ^iterya sswss
! in-j ready established route, structure.
I Al, however, it
Israel
Jet engine, the entire
dustry was revolutionized. Distant
areas or
cities suddenly became available
to a
in
far ranging area of the [we term disposable leisure time'.nd mESkJ** "*"* ""^ *
disposable re-
I order to perform reliably and I more and more affluence, and with
i economically it must coordinate, i it more leisure time. This is what
| over a
globe, a highly complex operation. I wealth. And this
I always maintaining at the fore source is not confined to the senior
the three A-dinal principals of citizen or
! passenger AfETY, COMFORT, j is available also to the j
| and CONVENIENCE. \ generation, first to the higher edu-
Within the realm of Safety come cat,on student community, and
even specific pouits or vital matter of m*. We- could-not
suddenly became available., and cannot afford to ever uZI
rK^e^ poputotSn- at ^^ u our prhna, y position l
S-J^r"' "f-ing I Israel "marker, "as^^,
in the
termed
n the trade. That could spe-ll
econoiiuc crisis which
overcome. And we can-
our parent, the
not go to
..unco to uie senior | government, as have so many'cir!
^ie-!.^.PerSOn ? I 5" 'm ..me to time don,^
their
lme done to
Kovernments. to pour more
millions into a losing
Other governments
many factors such as aircraft type. next ihosc st"*-"ts in prepara- ] readilv find the defLit Z",:, w"*
mintenancl|bres -provisionmg. ^n,ut or the family their irStrStSTiTSS
flight crew, cabin attendants, and
operational-tld'IOiri:- In this "El Al
has been time- and again accredited
rroup.
itv^'oefore'^'^w?^
ners. constantly seeking new
w ith flight crew among^ the finest sources of revenue and
!ty
forth
^^"nrtrfir the world
Israel is a small country' Ew D
when one adds on the territory
under Israeli administration -ificr
June. 1967. the overall size of the
country is not much more th.Ji
that of the state of Pennsylvania.
of the small size of the
country it hs possible to plan lc
tour much of the area from one or
two central locations.
Generally speaking. Tel Avrv
and Jerusalem axe the most ee
traUy located cities in Israel, both
of which have excellent connec-
tions by road and air with the
remainder of the country Ha>->.
Safed and Tiberias are good loca-
tions from which to tour Galilee,
with Haifa having the best trans-
Israel! port facilities. Tiberias is f ivop d
in winter; Safed is favored >"
summer. .
Road conditions can affect travel
time between points and in'-*
should be borne in mind. It takes
70 minutes to drive befw^-n T
Aviv and Haifa, and two hour? I
drive between Tel Aviv and Bee
sheba. Flying time between T<,
Aviv and Jerusalem is 15 mnv-dy?
A time distance" chart may
operation.

ways of Israel k... i """" lo A time distance chart n".<
Israel. \\ c have developed at net-1 oW*lp in your plam to lour Isr.n


Friday. December 12, 1969
*Jenisii FhridliicHF
Page 21-EL AL
El Al Announces
New Routes
E! Al Israel Airlines will usher
in the Seventies with th< opening
of ;i new route lto|,,A8als Ababa,
Ethiopia, on Jan. 10, its president.
Mordechai Ben An told the group
lered in T. 1 Aviv for a Civil
Aviation Symposium.
The once weekly non-stop flight.
using Boeing-707 Intercontinental
equipment takes three hours. 20
minutes. LI Al's Thursday flights
from New York to Tel Aviv will
connect with the flight to- Addis
Ababa, thus giving New York pas-
sengers one-stop service to that
North Africa destination.
El Al Israel has bo-en operating
weekly flights to two other putts
in Africa for several years. A four-
ii non-top schedule takes pas-
H I erS i > Nairobi. Kenya: the
non-stop flight to Johannesburg,
; i :h Africa, requires some lS'-j
hours
Additional new routes to '-.
opened in 1970, Mr. B -n Ari re-
vealed, include regular flights to
Montreal, Canada, and to Rio de
J ineiro, Brazil.
**-,?**?*'
rrm
GEORGE KRONENGOLD
HAS BEEN WORKING ALONGSIDE
FOR 20 YEARS
AND WE TAKE THIS OPPORTUNITY
TO CONGRATULATE EL AL ON
ITS 20th ANNIVERSARY YEAR
GEORGE KRONENGOLD
Travel Service, Inc.
540 Arthur Godfrey Road 531-0455
-v.
*
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El Al Announces Sharply
Reduced Winter Fares
Sharply reduced fares for winter travel to Israel have
been filed with the Civil Aeronautics Board by El Al Israel
Airl^es*
The most popular economy group fare to Israel of S525
for groups of 25 or more has been reduced to S499, for a
minimum stay of eight days to one year. The size of the
group has been reduced horn 25 to 15 with no change in
stop-over privileges.
Another group fare cf S499 for a minimum stay of
eight days to a maximum of thirty has been reduced to
S449. Groups size has also been reduced from 25 to 15, with
step-over privileges as before.
A new "week-day only" fare of S399 fcr groups of 15,
with a minimum stay of eight days and a maximum of 21,
will go into effect afler the first of the yecr. This fare in-
cludes no mandatory land arrangements and allows split
step-over privileges on the westbound trip.
There will be no change in normal, individual, excur-
sion, GIT, or incentive tour fcreo-
"Step by step, we are bringinn a trip to Israel wiihir
reach cf most of the budget-conscious travelers in America,"
said O. Herstik, general manager, Traffic and Sales, Norlh
America. "For example, a couple wishing to spend a two-
week vacation in the mild and sunny resorts of Israel can
do so for well under SI,000."
SAMPLE LOW INDIVIDUAL SPECIAL
ROUND TRIP" FARES TO EUROPE
LONiX5N .................................... S260.00
PARIS.......................................... 270.00
BRUSSELS ................................
AMSTERDAM ..........................
FRANKFURT ............................ 280.00
MUNICH ....................................
GENEVA ....................................
ZURICH ......................................
MILAN ......................................
ROME ........................................ 299.00
ATHENS .................................... 359.00
* Special Round Trip Fares for individual travel between
New York and points listed, valid 22-45 days; all travel to be
completed prior to May 15. 1970. No stopover between countries
Of cities listed.
FLY
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EL mL iSRAEL AIRLINES
:
ISRAEL
to
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EUROPE


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Friday, December 12. 1969
fr
Israel Operators Launch Comprehensive Student Program For 1970
Kl Al Student Tour Specialists
have put together tlir most am-
bitious and tor ranging series of
youth and student programs ever
undertaken.
All inclusive tours run from 22
ilays io 54 days, and cover Youth
in Kibbutz. Collegiate Kibbutz
Discover) Tours, Summer Insti-
tute progi ams n I Shi rul I .'Am
programs with the Jewish Agency.
There are verj economic Ulpan
grams designed to give facility
to carrj on coi v< rsational every
day Hebrew iii issi s in i nl;
8 w,-, :<< uhii i i cos| : red bj
the Jewish Agi ncj and the Israel
government. All transportation is
\ ia El Al Isi ai Airlim s, who have
made available sufficient seating
capacity forthes* important Youth
and Student tours dui ing the peak
summer travel season, on a priori-
tj basis. This means that in Sum-
mer 1970. priority is given to the
stud.'iits for an opportunity to
)< arn, touch, and feel.
Archeological trips are included
which give the young people a per-
sonal tie with the land and its
history, Archeological "digs" are
high on the list of priority ac-
tivities in Israel, and are open to
all students from abroad for active
participation and work with the
trams headed by leading educators
from the Universities ol Israel and
abroad.
In order to reserve accommoda-
tion in the ban.- applications
lUld contact I'I Al Israel Air-
lines at the earliest moment. Inter-
i st m these activities is expected
in be higher than ever before, and
ability to include participants i-.
of course, fairly limited, and will
l>e dispensed on a first call basis
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Friday. December 12. 19g
Battle Of Schedules Being Won By Israel
NEW YORKWhile the Israelis
and Egyptians continue to face
each other across the Suez Canal
with no sign of a letup in their
confrontation, another prestigious
Mideast war appears to be swing-
ing dramatically in Tel Aviv's
favor. This is the politicallyand
to a lesser extent commercially
important battle between Lod Air-
port in Israel and Cairo for inter-
national airline traffic.
An exclusive economic survey
by The Travel Agent," based spe-
cifically on the schedules of car-
riers serving both cities shows
Cairo traffic off 26r'r and Tel Aviv
up a staggering 70^ since the
June 1967 six-day military battle.
Most noticeable swing away from
Cairo to Tel Aviv has been by
TWA, once a major factor in the
Cairo scene.
In 1967 Cairo claimed 50 trips
a week by 11 carriers. Ten of these
11 also operated a total of 53 trips
a week to Til Aviv.
records. This. then, is reflected
readily enough in the statistics of
carrier schedules. which have been
spurred as far as Tel Aviv is con-
cerned by mote Holy i-uiiU in-
terest.
Most spectacular growth lias
been from TWA which has moved
1 into Israel in a very big way. Its
i flights to Cairo, however, are down
\ from eight to a token three a
week; Dharan. Saudi Arabia, is
now a weekly turnaround point for
TWA instead of a once busy tran-
sit point to India and beyond.
TWA's Tel Aviv station not only
has emerged as a major gateway
but also is a pivotal transit point
or. the carrier's daily round-the-
1 world flights. This summer. TWA
has been scheduling 23 trips a
week to Israel, a far cry from the
nine it offered two vears aco.
So great is its buildup thai it
will actually offer mare New
York-T. 1 Aviv trips this winter
than even El Al, which in itself
is a remarkable achievement for
t'.ic V.S. carrier. Her.' then are the
1. tails of the dropoff in Cairo and
the gain in Tel Aviv, as far as
i scheduling is concerned.
Apart from TWA. whose swing
to Isiael has already be< n noted,
lAir Franoe/UTA, Alitalia. Cyprus,
I hOAC. Lufthansa, SAS and Swis-
sair all show decreases in Cano.
Remaining level in flights ar<
KLM. Olympic. SABENA.
Not one of the airlines which
! serve both airports has boosted its
Cairo opeiations.
France and Israel over arms' sales.
Air Franc* carries a great dial
.)[ El A.S n\( it low.
Alitalia is another carrier sub
stunt tally ah< ad at T. 1 A\ iv. Therr week
is a boost from eight to 14 trips
a week while BOAC has double-el
its T.I Aviv flights from four to
ight with new services as far
afi.-ld as Manchester, England, and
Sydney, Australia.
1>. Interflug. the last t ..
inc. has added Cairo.
Swissair also is ahead at Tel
Aviv from seven to nine trips ,,
The picture at Tel Aviv is one
of no decreases but several pains
Air France, which operat. d 11
trips a week in 1967 is up to 14 .
this despite friction between
ACA-Austrian. with two u
ol one a we>ek, and BKA. up i,0 .,
three to five a week, also show
increases in Israel.
II. gional carrier Cyprus Air-
ways. l Nicosia, has boosted its
service into Tel Aviv from five to
Iscvi n a week. It is the main SQD-
i duit along with El Al for passen-
gers connecting at Nicosia from
Cairo and Beirut.
Lufthansa, which USCd to only
serve Cairo, now has four a week
te Tel Aviv. Meanwhile, its Cairo
trips have been cut from six to
few. a >'"" ". Despite the swing to T.I Aviv,
Cairo isn't exactly a sleepy air-
port Just about even,- Middle
Eastern and many African lines
also call there. Yet. the latest
figures bear testimony to the (act
that Tel Aviv, which once was a
destination carriers thought twice
about serving out of deference to
the Arabs, has firmly establish..!
itself as the leading tourist gat. -
way to the Middle' East Helping
this trend has been El Al which
has experienced unprecedented
Towth since 1967.
Today. just over two years later
VI caii iis serve Cairo 37 time's a
week while the same lines in-
cluding Lufthansa new to Israel
iand in 'IV! Avi\ >: !.-: s ,-. week.
Tarom, the Rumanian line, has
I s. rvice at both airports.
Israels continued ban on most
charters also has \-1 n a help to
Tel Aviv sch< dull d traffii .
Say Traffic Wasn't There
The swing over ->j T, I Avh
must be gratifying to the Israelis
who at one tim in the 1930s and
early tiOs faced a drop. :. in inter-
national carriers dui n stifi Arab
boycott pressure. This move to
drive ail lines away from T. 1 Aviv
failed, although some lines sue!'.
a sas and B< IA<' \ .il d I only
to later r. turn. They v pt-
ly aceus..! ol yii I ting to Ai ab
pressure but strenuously denii I
such allegations, claiming the traf-
fic at that time simply wasn't
there.
Some airlines have continued to
Stay away, much to Isra. 1's cha-
grin. These include Qantas of Aus- '
tralia and Japan Air Lines; both
call exclusively at Cairo. Other
U.A.R. exclusives are Air-India and
Pakistan International whose gov-
ernments of course have close po!i- j
tical and ethnic connections with ]
Cairo. The East European lines. ]
with the single exception of
Tarom, also favor Cairo rather |
than Tel Aviv.
Israel has its own exclusives
as far as Cairo is concerned, such ;
as AUA-Austiian. THY of Turkey, j
and BEA, but these carriers also !
serve other Arab points such as i
Beirut.
Much of the 70"-; boost in sche-
dule increases at Tel Aviv and the I
26r; dro[K>ff in Cairo can un-
doubtedly be attributed to the'
t. rritory changes from the six-day
war. It is. of course, no s. en t that '
the U.A.R. has bi come a sort of :
backwater as far as Middle E tsl
traffic is concerned, despite ener-
getic price-cutting for groups and
individuals and the setting up by i
I'nited Arab Airlines of its own
tour company in the United King-
dom.
Backtrack Through Cynrm
Another key factor is that the
nonstop daily tourist air link from
Cairo to Jerusalem has been sev-
ered since th. war. leaving pas-
sengors to backtrack through
Nicosia. Cyprus.
Israel, on the other hand, with
the old city of J. rusaiem now part
of its territory, has seen its in-
coming tourist traffic break a:l
How much does it cost to fly to
Israel?
Well, usually, the roundtrip
economy fare is $840.
But after October 14th, you can
fly to Israel and back for $405" on
a nine day tour.
At these prices, how can you
afford to stay home?
You'll land in Tel Aviv, and from
there it's just a short distance to all
the really interesting points on the
map.
For example, Jaffa, Tel Aviv's
twin city, is an ancient port men-
tioned in the Bible.
(It was after leaving Jaffa that
Jonah had his unfortunate en-
counter with the whale.)
And today while Tel Aviv is a
modern, thriving city. Jaffa is a
carefully preserved artists' colony
whose shoreline hasn't changed
much since the time of Jonah.
When you go to Jerusalem, you
can take a guided tour of the new
Knesset (Parliament) Building,
and if you're lucky see the Prime
Minister, herself, address Israel's
governing body.
wlm
JAFFA
And in the Old City expect to
shed a few tears:
You've heard stories, you've
seen pictures, but no one can de-
scribe the emotion charged min-
utes when you put a yarmulke on
your head and actually touch the
Wailing Wall
Is nine days in Israel long
enough?
That's hard to say.
Especially since our history is
not only recorded in the Bible,
but in countless Roman, Cru
sader, Moslem, and Byzantine
relics from small coins to entire
cities.
(For such a little country, the
guidebooks are awfully thick.)
So you may want to stay even
longer.
But regardless of which fare plan
you choose, you'll save a lot of
money from October 15th through
March 14th when our winter rates
are in effect.
So this year instead of settling
for a hotel room on Collins Avenue,
or a dice game in San Juan,come
home with us.
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New Jet Freight Service
By JOSEPH SILBERMAN
D Al Isrcel Airlines began to operate a scheduled
freight service between Israel. Europe and the United
States in late September, when it put the newest member
cf lit fleet, the Boeing 707/32CC into service as en all-
oc cp aircrcit.
Originally it had been planned to oparate the 320C
aircraft as >.( carrier cf a combination of passengers and
cargo108 passengers 4 pallets, with a freight caparity
c. f.cm 12 to 14 tons. However, due to the tremendous
increase in air freight movement, both io and from Israel,
the decisicn was mede to put i; into service as an all-
cargo aircraft.
The capaci'y of this freighter will enable El Al to over-
come most of its spec? prcb'.ems. Moreover, it will be ab'e
to carry shipments cf bigger dimensions than any of El Al's
other aircraft, because cf the especially wide door with
which it is equipped (139" x 90"). Nor.e of the passenger
planes ccn take freight of this size.
Freiaht for the 320C is loaded onto "pallets" 83" x 125"
in size, (223x317 cms.) to a height of 88.2" (224 cms.) Lo--d
capacity of these pallets is 3.5 to 4.5 tons, or between 7,720
end 9,920 pounds, and the plane has a capacity of 13
pallets, each cf which has a volume of 420 cubic feet (12
cubic meters). With a total payload of 38 tons (83.730
pcunds) per flight, the total usable space cf 6,650 cubic feet
or lf.O cubic meters, is divided into two belly compartments
holding 1,225 cubic feet and the main hold, which has a
capacity of 5,425 cubic feet.
The first flight. Sept. 28. inaugurating the new freight
service from Tel Aviv to New Yoik, contained 15 tons of
textiles and fashion goods, and 10 tons of general cargo
being shipped from Paris to New York.
The freighter made three round-trip fliahts per week
during its first six weeks of oparction two transatlantic
trips and one European. In mid-November en additional
transatlantic return flight wes added.

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When you name yourself
after George Washington
you naturally believe in
freedom and independence.
Everybody's freedom and independence.
HAPPY ANNIVERSARY
to the
STATE OF ISRAEL
Washington Federal
.AV.NO. and loan assoc.at.on of m.am, beach
JACK O GORDON
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Friday, December 12, 1969
Israel: Nearer Than Ever By El Al
JERUSALEM, la The
velopment in air transportation is bringing
overseas destinations closer each season.
it is no surprise that some of the adver-
imhi; of tlio Israel do\eminent Tourist
Office has been accenting the fact thai
Israel is nearer than ever. The country of
Israel, which has grown who one of the top
travel destinations for Americans, lias in
fact been brought nearer to the United
States: nearer in a number of ways,
First, Israel is now nearer in cosl to
w hat more and more people can afford.
Winter tours c.\n bo obtained for as little
- S405 round trip, Including holds and
some louring a price thai is competitive
with the more usual winter travel lestina-
tions. and which is bas.nl on a new low
fare ol $ M 0
S >nd i- loI is nearer in time. It I
ten hours in a direct flight from the United
States to Israel. You gel on the plane,
settle back, take off your shoes, and be-
tween meals prepare j urself for arrival at
Led Airport on the outskirts of Tel Aviv.
Third, Israel is nearer in spirit. Most
Americans have an abiding interest in the
spirit of Israel. Whether it be BJ1 interest in
the three great religions that are associated
with the Holy Land, an interest in the so-
cial developments of its institutions, such
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In search of the w inter sun. one
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near-perpetuity. Rain is s<> rare I il the
wat< r you drink has to come from a
till ition j which produces it from the
sea. The plentiful sunshine of Eilal the
a Uent h dels, the warm w te : Rod]
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sotl Eilat as popul ir a not .>
Isr u is I is with v sitors froi |.
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plunge is the Sea of Galilee. Lo | ar
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Paae 27-EL AL
10 DAYS
Visiting
ISRAEL ONLY
ALL INCLUSIVE
TOUR RATES:
ENTERTAINMENT &
GOURMET PACKAGE
DAN PLAN
$469.00
.(no meals)
$88.00
SAVINGS PLAN
$469.00
'Israeli breakfast I dinner daily In Huf*
A Jerusalem no meals in Tel Aviv
Continental breakfast in Europe)
$64.00
MINIMUM ECONOMY PACKAGE (UNESCORTED) $405.00
i
THREE WEEKS
Visiting
ISRAEL 13 nights, ROME 3 nights,
LONDON 4 nights
ALL INCLUSIVE
TOUR RATES:
ENTERTAINMENT &
GOURMET PACKAGE
DAN PLAN
$729.00
N ,.-'
i nental breakfast
i- Europi I
$99.00
SAVINGS PLAN
$729.00
(Israeli c'eakfast ft dinner rja'- Ifl H<< '*
A Jerusalemno meats in Tel A.u
Continental break'as! m Europe,
S80.00
MINIMUM ECONOMY PACKAGE (UNESCORTED) $499.00-5535.00
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THREE WEEKS
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$719.00
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$719.00
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4 TYPES OF PACKAGES
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Sightseeing by Deluxe Pullman Motorcoaches with licensed guides. One full day tour in
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Thi following self-drive car-hire companies ire appr ved by the
Ministry ol Transport:
ti:i. AVIV
Ai'TO SERVICE MERKAZ ...15 Kikar Malhei [gr
AVIS RENT-A-CAR ......... 75 Rehov Hayarkon
DEE'S ....................... .. Rehov Ahal Haam
ERETZ RENT-A-CAR ........ Railway Station,
Reh >v Arlos iroff
FARDAND [*OURS .......... 13 Reho\ Shalom Aleichem
HADAR TOURS ............ 14 Derekh Petah Tikva
HERTZ RENT-A-CAR ....... 10 Rehov Carl bach
LEON RENT-A-CAR ........ 29 Rehov Carlebacli
PINGAL TOURS ............ 10 Rehov Ben Yehnda
SEGEV TOURS .............108 Den-kh Petah Tikva
SHARET TOURS ............ 59 Rehov Hayarkon
SIGHTSEEING ............. si Rehov Hayarkon
SIYUR VETIYUI............. 32 Rehov Ben Yehuda
YAIR TOURS ............... 19 Rehov Lincoln
JERUSALEM
LUCKY DRIVE .............. 8 Rehov Shamai
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r'riday, DecerrJser 12, 1969
Historic Sinai Awaits
Invasion of Hardy Tourists
NOTE: I>ue to tte physical
tliffi< tiltie* involved in touring
Mud and u ..!- tive i-onrtitions experienced on
-.u<-h a tour. this tour tti* not ><-t
r< i .iveil the- official approval of
th-- Israel Mini-try f TOttrtam.
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i visit the area from which they
draw their moral strength: the
region where Moses received the
Ten Commandments,
Following the events of June,
lf*>7, the situation changed and
Sinai became suddenly accessible
to the People of Israel. At that
point Israelis and visitors from
abroad began to swarm over the
landscape, rediscovering the bar-
ren land where the will of a na-
tion was formed. Between June,
1967 and today, more than 700,000
persons have visited Sinai. Some
take til,-' slower meth td of explor-
ing tin land from the comfort of
an airplane which encircles the
key points, such as lift Sinai and
m |-Shi ikh I >th ts go by
Land Rover or Jeep, following the
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wind-blown sand and only >
maneuvering by our driver g< us
through.
Th.' next stop is A-Tv >i
Cult" of Suez. Barracks-like build-
ings here once acconimod ited ,,
to 20,000 pilgrims returning iron
Mecca. Then through Wadi Firan,
a place of hills and mountains
changing color with the eh in
ol the desert sun Th i. >]
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Firan approximately two hours
later Here wc shnmd the oasis
as gui stsol the .5.000 Bedouin
use the water source Trees
us respite from the desert heat
and the ever-present sun We ite
box lunches and enjoyed Bed
brewed Turkish coffee A
to tradition, one of the tribes of
the irr i the Tarbin, are descend-
ints ol Roumanians bro ..
Ireds of years ago to serve the
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The
El
Al
Story

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'Continued from Page 6-EL AL)
EL AL TRAINING
When El Al was founded all of its pilots and many of the
skilled workers were not Israelis. Today the airline is more than
90 per cent Israeli, and this is in no small measure due to the
Training School at Lod Airport, headquarters of El Al. The school
began in a small wooden hut. and today occupies a large
complex of buildings. Plans are for it to be eventually contained
one large building. Instruction is given by a permanent El Al
staff, plus lecturers drawn from the universities. Use is made
Of audio-visual systems, working models, mockups and a Sim-
ulator Section fcr training and up-grading pilots.
For the first years of its existence, the efforts of the Training
Department were concentrated in the field of technical and
ration training- of pilots, engineers, technicians, dispatchers,
in personnel. Large-scale commercial, administrative and
onagerial training started at a later stage. To keep standards
h, upgrading and refresher courses ere given thioughout
year.
MAINTENANCE and GROUND EQUIPMENT
All airframe and engine maintenance is carried out at the
Lod base on an "equalized" maintenance basis. Generally,
raft leave for abroad in the morning, and return to base in
:.-:e evening, with the requisite equipment then available for
maintenance during the night hours. This system ensures a
r.igh rate of daily utilization one of the highest in the world.
While engine maintenance is carried out by El Al, over-
hauling the bulk of engines used on the El Al fleet 'Pratt and
.Vhitney) is done by the Israel Aircraft Industries. Rolls-Royce
cr.gines, however, must be sent for overhaul to the manufacturers
Off their licensed agents. To reduce the costs and speed up
transportation time, El Al personnel worked on the Boeing con-
-i-pt of the "fifth pod," whereby the engine to be overhauled is
cttached to the wina of the Boeing, as a fifth engine. The
toeing modification called for an operation involving some
hours. A team of El Al personnel devised a method of attaching
or removing the pod in 33 minutes, well within the stopover
'.me at en route airports.
Similarly an American international airline representative
;ook back with him some of the ideas of a breathing-oxygen
testing station, not only built by El A! but designed by one of
he young mechanics who today is in charae of tl
Whereas before El Al had to approach outside companies in
intenance matters, today maintenance is being carried out
.ccally, due to new methods and ideas worked out by E) Al per-
iel. Other examples are an engine testing device built out
.crap by two young mechanics, and a jig which prevents
fine warp when working on repair of the ^am-shell doors
e thrust reverser. El Al also manufactures much cf its own
pment around the aircraft such as car's for high and low
compressed air, oilcarts, scaffolding equipment, ladders for
servicinq the aircraft, and even ear muff?, also designed by
. El Al employee.
FUTURE STATISTICS
There is every reason to believe that durinq the next decade
or so El Al will maintain a relatively high pace of development,
probably somewhat higher than the general pace of develop-
ment of world international aviation.
The number cf incoming visitors to Israel by air is expected
to more than double between 1968 and 1975, and increase by
another 50 percent between 1975 and 1980. Therefore the
number of incoming visitors to Israel by air is expected to grow
to more than three times its present size in 12 years. During
the same period the number of U.S. and Canadian visitors by
air is expected to increase from 157,000 to about 450,000.
The rate of growth from Europe i3 expected to be somewhat
higher: from 148,000 tourists entering Israel by air to 506,000-
3.3 times the 1968 figure. On the other hand, the rate of growth
from other areas is expected to be somewhat lower than the
totalfrom 45,000 to 133,000.
According to the estimates of the I AT A Chief Economist,
world scheduled air traffic is expected to increase by 100 to 120
per cent from 1970 to 1980, while the incoming tourism by air to
Israeleven according to conservative forecastsis expected
kio increase by nearly 200 per cent during the same period.
According to the first stage of the El Al planning, the period
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Mw^en .l^B^^rjd theJ&S,}%2JI ingoing be one of
further dramatic growth in the operations of El Al.
Ton kilometres produced will increase by 100 per centfrom
322,000.000 to 645.000.000; ton kilometres flown by 90 per cent
from 210.000.000 to 400,000,000; revenue passenger kilometres
flown by 131 per centfrom 1,600,000,000 to 3,700,000,000; total
passengers carried by 120 per centfrom 340,000 to 750,000;
transatlantic passengers carried by 120 per centfrom 131,000
to 300,000, and total revenue by 85 per cent, from 562,000.000 to
SI 15,000,000. A more moderate rate of increaseroughly 30 to
35 percent in production and transportation sold and about
28 per cent in total revenue is shown by the data for the period
1973 74 1975 76 (a projected total revenue of SI46,400,000 is
shown for 1975). However these figures are based on complete
stagnation in fleet development, which is not realistic. Con-
sequently an upward adjustment is to be expected. This in-
crease of nearly 200 per cent in capacity produced and sold
during the period 1967 68 1975 76 is planned with an increase
of only about 50 to 55 per cent in manpower.
PASSENGER SERVICE YEAR
The year 1969. 20 years after the establishment of the air-
. has been designated as the year in which El Al will make
intensive efforts in the direction of additional passenger innova-
tions. Passenger service functions are being consolidated and a
Customer Relations unit has been established. New uniforms
e been approved for the air and ground staffs and steps
have been taken to improve the catering. The Training Depart-
ment has broadened its curri und a bro-.der emphasis has
been placed on passenger psychology and passtngsr handling.
The management has stated that its objective this year is to
assure El Al's position as an indutsry-wide leader in the field
of passenger services and to provide individualized services
second to none. Along these lines, a King David Club has been
established and a special VIP handling unit has been created
both in Lod and New York. A special transfer service is also
operating out of Kennedy Airport. All these VIP functions fall
under El Al's "Shalom Services" classification.
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