The Jewish Floridian

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

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

Notes

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

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University of Florida
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tjewish Floridian
Combining THf JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY
43 Number 3
Miami. Florida Friday, January 16, 1970
Two Sections Price 20c
itterness Mounts Over France's Deal
SALEM 'JTA1 Bit-
I Franc n
| ; lei lowmf
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l that it will tell
jO supersonic Mil ig lets
iv, *rma
eently included in Paris
KUfd I stromt
l irna deal
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mitted to Israel*! Ambassador
in Paris. Walter Kytan. for im-
mediate presentation to the
French Foreign Ministry, gov-
ernment sourevs said. Diploma-
tic clrcln h< r. mM Franco-Is-
rael relation* have reached
their lowest ebh since the June,
1967 Sto-Da) War becau*
the Libyan deal 'in Pans the
French St ati i: *
n :i ii-i >K in diplomatic
i betwei n the two coun-
Thi K: in an
. d to in\ Jvi SO Mirage III
. num-
ber and rne tame type ol air-
craft that Prance ha* withheld
fr*n Israel under its arms em-
bargo although they were paid
for III full more than a year ago.
'Hn' Cabinet*! communique
pferred to the irnu embargo
a i moral and legal injustice
on top of which France is now
prepared to sell 50 Mirages to
Libya which baa announced Iti
i Kim in future war
t Israel and
demo sti itei >nsl itent and ex-
i.. in the h '
] tin I Israel, It is
to .'.- ume th it
Fi ni h I arn be use I
i !11 iel It '.'1 b it ex-
ressed the hope that "the
French Government will restore
its policy ol friendship and de-
cency toward Israel to the satis-
faction of both nations."
\ I 'i: 11:11 Ministry spoken-
ntan has accused the French of
raralatlag the Muuiii- Bast arm*
race and said they were re-
pSSBStMa for the r|>idlv dete-
riorating sitiuition in that re-
gion. He mii ly destroyed its moral position
as a peace-making tailor in the
Arab-Israel conflict by its anna
sales to Libya,
The deal was confirmed Fri-
'. .\ by France Presse which
quoted sources understood t
in the French Foreign Minist
The news agency is frequent y
usi-rt as an outlet for announce*
mentS the government is u>
.' .lluij: to make directly. 1
French originally denied that
any arms deal was being neg
ated wth Libya. Last wi -;
Parts admitted that 10-15 M -
age (eta were involved In si i
,i deal. Friday's report c -
firmed earlier rumors th I
1 lb) .1 WOUld receive 50 Ol !
high performance war pis
among the s\.....dii st, most
Continued on Page 12 A
ussell Urges Attendance Egyptian Jets Hit By Missiles
tj vv th th State oi Isi iel
: nit) today to
K Off Dlnni thi "0
j F ind .'I The
.:. i:
II W hlngton. D.C where
et with Si '.-. ol St
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be n In
I at th ng, '
| of i tei li lit iti m
. Mr Ruaai II sai I
i the dinni r II expei ted to make
} irihution of $iJ0O to the CJA-II F campaign, h.
1 ii. in a t -;- : -
-, b nations lo i tit peaea '"it sug-
L. .. i the land it won from tin
\ Six-Day V
t statement A baasador Rabin, om ol the heroes
, ,. ... their weapons,
.. bj i dei p cons ism si il the
I iuse, by a deep love for their country and
: difficult tasks laid upon them: to
k ol our people m iU li '"i- "l'1 protect
In at i f their lives the right ol the Jewleh peon*
ti independent and In peace."
\ Mi Russell, almost ..11 Israel's resoui
| md there :s practically n ithlng;
V rvices Maybe Israel can defend he:
I ... needs help so she car. somehoa mai
I ,t, and house hei people And care for her
I id And build for her future. StM needs the
|p uned Jewish Appeal and Israel Emergency
I conducted here by the Greater Miami Jewish
, ided
Resen I ru can be made through Greater Miami Jewish
I ai 1317 Biscayne Boulevard.
:' I \\ IV iJTAi Israeli Air
resumed bomb ird-
nl tii ilitary posi-
.- i I 'anal
in i!" m
a i ; okes
Soviet-b nit
S ikho) -7 fighti r-l i imbi rs were
l th. air b) 1' S -
ilawl l-to-aii
id t ovei thi I i f Suez on
kill was ri | ort< d
: 1 w who
blev u| ii a
debris, k lling thi Ir
ts.
The ptanea had attempted
low-Ii vi I attack on an Israeli
base neat Raa Sudai on the east
shore of the (lulf of Suez, south
ol the Sura (anal They had
n ad* i bombing run. m which
an Israeli soldier sustained
slight wounds According to a
militai > u ti'1 Lit. st
a< tion brought the total number
ol enemj planes shot down since
the June 1967 Six-Day War to
si i if thai number, M were
Egyptian and 17 Syrian, he said.
Israeli forces killed 13 Arab
aaboteurs and raptured four in
.' series ol etas us in the Aravs
n gl6n and the Jurdaii V'slle)
last weekend. Israeli security
forces seised a massive arms
cache in the Slnal desert near
Kilat. tin- largest found to date.
II contained some 'lOO ha/ooka
shells. |l ha/ook.is. a machine
gun, ''"i IJussi.in in.iile hand
grenades and a vast qnantitj ol
]i^lit arms ammunition, all ap-
parent!) destined lor terrorists
ill the I.a/a Strip.
'1 he Arab v illagi ol .Iis1' in
noi thei n Israel, ted b)
Arab gueiTillaa from across the
I i am se bordei Friday night
Jish inhabited by Maronite
Christians, was thi first Arah
v illage to i' attack, d i y i
tours.
Isra< ii y a, wnicn carry the
mam brunt ol the fighting In
i Mideast have downed three
Syrian MIG-21s in dogfights
i \. i the Golan Hi i| hts
struck deep inside Egypt In Bir
raids The Syrian lets were in-
tercepted as they approached
the cease-fire line over the Go-
lan Heights, and were downed
bj aeiiti cai non and air-to-air
Israel Bonds Announces
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ties throughout
IN THIS ISSUE .
Altop *-* S*"non 10-A
Bar M.tivahi '..B Synagogu" tC-A
CandUiynl 10A jy 10 ^
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Apollo 12 moon-walker Capt. Alan Bean (right) receives a
B'nai B'nth citation in behalf of all American astronauts
proclaiming the dedication of a forest on the outskirts of
Jerusalem in their honor. Presentation was made by Billy B.
Goldberg of Houston, chairman of B'nai B "nth Cabinet on
Israel Affairs, at a Jewish National Fund-Texas B'nai B'rith
dinner.
missiles 1
Radio < aim el aimed that Eg) ,'-
ti.m aircraft carried out exti -
slve attacks in the Kas Sudaf
area and destrnveil an l*ra> I
ant crcraii site from wh '
Anierii an inaile Hawk missils
were launched before return j
afely.
lar) spokrsmei
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ict to an ea.-
iei Isra i air raid de< p ins
s witinn in mill -
in hich Jets
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centei i tai i a steel e
Continued on Paqe 6 A
Eban Pledges
Gunboats \\ ill
Not Be Armed
JERUSALEM (WNSl K -
. in Minister Abba Eban li -
promised that Israel vviii i i
arm the five gunboats she 0 -
taine i from France in wh it
Pans viewed as a breech ol I .
embargo "ii arms to direct p -
ticipants in the Mideast confl I
Mr i-:ii m's pledge was m i
on an Interview broadcast over
Radio Luxembourg during which
he praised Admiral Mordech i
Limon as a "national hero"
hiswrole in arranging the depa
ture of the boats from Chi -
\ ,1 Limon was I
to .i .iv c France where he h >'.
h. ad. II- pI's a : eh i- -
mission in Eui ipe
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is an att i
tary officers '
scapi foi the mistaki -

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Continued on Fge 11-A


Page 2-A
*l,ni Friday. January
\ctions Of Federation's Executive
Two-Dav S
Committee sy c^..* f,
niinar
The Refugee Resettlement Pro-
gram f the Greater Miami J. wish
i- ration will i' continued in
1970, Milton Weiss, president <'f
tl Federation, lias announced.
At its December meeting the Fed-
eration's Executive Committee ap-
ii a stall' report recom-
mending continuation of this pro-
. which involves the com-
munity's resettlement >f 12 Jew-
ish refugee families during the |
forthcoming year.
Tin' community in 19*'^ under-
wrote tin' governmental assur-l
. required ami tl"' various
local beneficiary agencies helped!
resettle and absorb the 12 Jewish |
j .' families into the Gn ater
Miami Jewish community. Jewish
Family & Childn n's S< rvice -
as the focal point in the reset-
I r:t program locally, which
ted the n als from United
HIAS Service which is the inter-
national refu
Practically all of Federations
,rrvices were utilized dun
., in 19(;q according i x''
Weiss, who noted that
5 this 81 > i* ""'
Slovakia, Moroec.
South Africa and Spain.

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Mr. Wiiss added that 1969 was -}
th.' fust year Miami had co
at..I in this world-wide proj
-
Other actions tak< n bj I
nation's Executive Committet
its Di ci mber meeting were:
A proposal thai a coi
neral contract rs b formed
ol gl
in a
erect the new
munity building at 4200 Bis
Blvd. Th.' Ex. Committ. ol
approved this r
ic for unant u-d oxpmses ii

.. in ii ml w
hie I :
A' .
ly to
Moshe Cilboa Scheduled To
Speak At Annual Breakfast
The Honorable Moshe Gilboa.
Consul General of Israel for the
South stern United States, will
the gu.'st speaker Thursday
Jan. 25, at th.' annual break si
meeting ol the Terrace Towers to
held on behalf of the 197<
Combined Jewish Appeal. Israel
Emergency Fund campaign. M ins-
field, chairman of the Tel
Towers CJA-IEF committee, said.
Th" 11 a.m. affair will be held in]
the Recreation Hall of the I
!j:./,i Apartments at 20 Is
Avenue.
Consul General Gilboa was a
member of the Haganah, the Jew-
ish underground organized before
;> independence. Upon c >m-
pletion of high school he volun-
d to the Palmach, Haganah's
commando unit, and partici]
in the War of Independence.
After the war. he settled a new
Iwrder kibbutz. Erez, located on
the Gaza Strip. He was elected
(olnt non-profit venture to funds
Fi deration con .:... ....
'
I h<
this organi/ai

# It
... '
C bined Jewish A
> Fund
exceed S4.OOO.O00 It I I
. JA-II t
its histoi :' i" i total ol
..... has been raised ii
n pn s nting a 52ri in.
A
f the S
South"l '

Ihird time,
nan ol
M..| Sp,
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: '
ition's

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Jai
OUR ANSWER TO NASSER is
unity to make Israel economi-
cally strong by buying Israel
Bonds and giving til it hurts!
Mays'nie Friedberg
by the Kibbutz Mo m to .-
National Executive, nd directed
the Department for the Vo
Genei lion and Y i I
ments H. luat Hebi
University.
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Meeting, Installation Dates
At the ': Club n
Monday, it 8 15 p.m in the \V
ll Hank Bide.,
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ti 1 authoress Alic. W ij
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L Essen Announces 1970
ladership Appointments
I, ,,i,r- foi of ihi Washington Federal Sa<
i lined .< Lo in Association.
pnej Joseph P Zuckerman, Farband
representative, Southern States
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Ui" laui i hi d this week with the
ai nouneempnt ..f the appoii I
i I Martin Fir* as g< m ral ehair-
man u., Gold, n Jubilee Plan-
ning 'ommil tee
Annual Youth Pilgrimage
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Friday, January 16, 1970
Number 3
9 SHEVAT 5730
Israel A Pawn In Cold War
Efforts lo end the two decades of Cold War between
he United States and the Soviet Union are supported by
all rational Americans, but to use Israel as a pawn in these
efforts is not only immoral but, as events show, an in-
effective approach.
To believe that the only hope of a peaceful settlement
In the Middle East lies in an American-Soviet agreement is
to ignore the hard facts. Russia does not want a settlement,
peaceful or otherwise, for she has done very well out of the
continuing crisis. Hospitable Arab ports in the Mediterra-
nean are now open to a growing Soviet naval presence in
;hat sea. She has a strong foothold with advisors of all
kinds in Egypt. The power of Islam has weakened as Com-
munism continues to spread among educated young Arabs.
A stable peace would transform the area. The refugees
would be resettled and a rise in the standard of living for
the Arab people that would follow peace with Israel would
surely stop the influence of Communism. It is obvious that
'he Russians have a vested interest in turmoil and for our
State Department to be so naive as to believe otherwise is
discouraging (but, in view of its past record, not surprising .
At times Secretary of State William Rogers seems to be
moving toward a reform in that narrow-minded Depart-
ment, but he is getting the same bad advice on Israel
and the Jews that every otheT Secretary, beginning with
Cordell Hull, has received from the Department's career
men.
* *
Adventure Reveals Desperation
The story told at a recent diplomatic reception in Pen?
that the Israeli ambassador's car was assigned a num-
ber007, of coursebrought the house down. Certainly
the recent exploits in liberating five gunboats from the
harbor at Cherbourg and a 7-ton radar installation from
Egypt have amused, excited and bought admiration for the
intrepid little nation all over the world. These incidents
read like scenarios for movies like so many others in the
short life of Israel.
But enjoyment aside, this is very ser:o-^s business, for
the need to engage In this type of adventure reveals the
desperate actions required for Israel to remain alive ir. a
world which continues to ignore the reality of the Middle
East situation. Rather than concentrating on the develop
ment of a land in which all peoples can live in peace and
the prosperity that -.he initiative and ingenuity c: the
Israelis ccn bring to that pert of the world, they are forced
into fending off attacks and launching counterattacks day
after day.
American Jewish leadership has been called toaether
for an emergency conference or. the Middle East problem
on January 25, and none too soon. The Jewish community's
concern over the recent Stale Department proposals
which seem to have moved the United States from its
previous position on an Arab-Israel peace, the French
munitions sales to Libya end Iraa v | ireater to
upset the arms balance must be relciei tc out national
leadership and to the American people in no ur.ee:--
terms.
An Opportunity For Miamians
The dinner next Saturday night at which y...-.^
Habm, Israels ambassador to the United States will be
the guest of honor, has more sign,.:nr.ee than the"' im-
portance of being the official kickoff for the Comb.ned
Jewish Appeal-Israel Emergency Fund campaign
This is an evening when Greater Miami's Jewish com-
munity can show its solidarity with the State of Israel
beyond the giving of money important as that is Al-
though it was planned well before the emergency meeting
of national leaders was called in Washington for the fol-
owing day, the evening of Jan. 24 provides an opportunity
^strengthen the hand of that leadership by the size of the
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bringing l^mi- r : A r |
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round-trip fare fl im Nrl
two boti l roon
mas week in Mi i 'JI
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January 16. 1970
>Mnisr fkrihtr
Paqe 5-'.
LETTERS TO THE EDITOR
Act Of Perfidy Deplored
dismal of
iloi i fore the
ai their Md Mtfa-
. fact thai their
I proving correct
. stic issues, '"
l ;. issue >f the
EraUon's ro policy ttmanl
ish Stat. disc* aed re-
Se, ri tar> o! St.it.- Wil-
ls, in rightly quee-
(food i i ol the Nixon
I toward th<- Jews.
Eh it should not come as a
this policy origl-
I,,n th< turnol Scranton
i, [an irt-flnding mis-
[ Nixon's campaign
,.i the wen-
i as again re-
||., ;, nil Indei I. -t tin- Jew -
; iggling tot
carried
[ rs. it w
I ind ol the
Stai ith of .i
,. a waa
., ith blood and
L fio
[i i. \li
it the
ixtrnt spokrsmen for thr Jrwish
State like Golda Mcrr and Mnshe
Iiajan can ilecu!'' what BjMVM th'
h. st interests of th' Jewish people
nnl what repreaenti danger to the
State and to its people.
When GromyKo, with his sail
"Kelly" clown face sat in the
White House talking to former
Preaidant Kennedy about abstract
matters. President Kenne leady had the intelliuence reports
that the Sovh t was installing mis-
siles in Cuba for destroying this
country. Kennedy was tremen-
dously Intuited alKit the behavior
ol Gromyko and how he was
trying to divert his interest from
the deployment ol these miasUci
Kennedy > nl into action to elimi-
nate tins dangi r
During the reeenl State visit ol
:
hi \ and
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stati
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the Prime Minister of Israel to
this country. Mrs. Golds Men- r< -
i tad all the formal honors
rt-oeptions. honor guards, and
State dinners. Mr. and Mrs. Nixus.
made special efforts to demon-
strate their hospitality. At the
same time, while thise gestures
were being made by the officials
for the benefit of the camera, they
were preparing thse proposals
which ean be considered the tool
for the destruction of the Jewish
State and the massacre of its
Jewish inhabitants.
This act of perfidy should be
sharply deplon d and condemned.
This m h policy should bo fought,
since it is against the basic m-
tegrity of this country and its
stand for its moral obligations
which was adopted by the Senate
in 1957 as the substance ol tin
howi i Middle-! .i--t I toctrine.
Tin- defenders ol Masada facii .
the Romans committed suicide,
preferring death Instead of Slav-
i rj The J< wish State will tight
back valiantly against those who
arc preparing another type ol
"final solution" in the chambers
ol strange Foreign ''Hues Thi
fight i f the Jewish state is the
fight ol Ver) decent Iranian being
who still believes in social justice
and thi sanctit) of human dignity.
MAI Kit K COLORING
Miami liraeh
Annual Essay-Art Contest
Is Announced Bv Bureau
Ruh s and application forms for
the annual Essay-Art Contest co-
iponsored by the Zionist Districts
of South Florida and the Bureau
ol Jewish Education have been
distributed to all the Jewish
schools of the community, accord-
ing to announcement by ix'onard
Zilbert, Bureau president.
The essay subjects this year are
What Judaism Means to Me" for
Students in grades 3 thru 6; and
"How to Preserve Judaism in
America" for students in grades 7
and up. A new category in the
essay Contest has been added this
year for essays bt Hebrew- on the
si tuiii- subject of the annual con- |
tist. purpose of which is to stimu- .
late art activity and essay writing
within all Jewish schools.
First prize in each division is
$25; second prize, $10; thud,
fourth, and fifth prizes are art
objects and books on Jewish life.
[i s for the contest include
Mrs. Keyna Youngerman and
Charles Jacobson, local artists, Or.
Sigmund Fogler and Jack Alexan-
der it the Zionist Districts, and
Levi Soshuk, Herbert Zvl Berger,
and Dr Louis Shwartzman, of the
Bureau of Jewish Education.
Tin Committee consists of Isaac
Donen, Jack Alexander. Moses
Meyer, Morns Simon, and Gilbert
Rappaport, ol the Zionists Dis-
tricts, Mrs. Joseph Duntov and
Melvyn n. Frumkcs. ol the Li
brary and Adult Education -
mlttees Of the Bureau, and J lies
Kinhorn. representative of the a<-
sociation of Jewish school di-
11 ctors.
Kssay and art entries must 08
original work of the applicant.
Essays are to be limited to 350
words, and art objects drawi
sketches, paintings, a maximum of
25 by 26 inches. The dcadlin a
set for Feb. 6.
The Bureau of Jewish Educati n
has distributed brochures with -<1
details to all schools. Including
references for the two grade lev-
els, both in art and essay read:, gs.
Prizes far the contest will be .--
tributed at a public meeting ,i'
< ml of February.
Nat Friedman Hunoree
Nat Friedman, past presid t,
of 100 Lincoln Road Men's Club,
who has been a faithful woi
will in- the guest of honor at a
testimonial luncheon and e.i I
tainment Sunday, Feb. l. at t in the Algiers Hotel. Presid ts
Samuel Pascoe of the Men's I ib
and I iiana Schwartz of the
men's Club are head the arrai -
Hunts committee: Frances I i
is in charge of ticket sales n
building's lobby.
I
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: I he Jew ish
tl fate
Jewish Si
1-1111'-
Rabbi Isaac Hirsh Ever, the
spiritual leader ol Agudath Is-
rael Hebrew Institute, Miami
Beach, has been recognized as
an author, speaker, lecturer
and counselor by the board of
trustees of the National Regis-
ter of Prominent Americans. He
has received a certificate veri-
fying the listing of his name in
the Register, and his Library of
-Congress cataloq card number
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Friday, January]
Samuel Gluck Coastal Towers Guest of Honor
Miami-Dade Offers Course In Yi
be Jewish Dept. If you've alui
S imuel J. Gluck. communal
r and philanthropist, will be
Mr & Mw Tho4..... l-m.. M
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Ml A M-
Mr* Sldnes
Maxwell
Dankl Xeal Heiler will be guest
ker at the affair, which wil
i aired by Maurice Kraut.
n Essen, chairman of the
Residence ami High-Rise Divii
announced formation of the Coas-
ts Towers CJA-IEF Committee,
wr ch includes Joseph Feldheim
a- Sol Kayo, as cochairmen:
Hi ry Solomon, treasurer, and
Mrs. Sui Kaye. secretary.
'" Committee merooera ar*i Pr
4 -a Louie Abelmn, Mr & Mr>
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Robert Macht Named Bv
Jordan Marsh Parent Firm
R rbert Macht, chairman of the
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garni I party at 7 -
i' the President
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Labor Zionist Leaders
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Jewish fkrkMan
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Trustees of Israel.
A special guest speaks* at the
brunch was His Excellency
Kphrtiim Evron, Israeli Amh.is-
dr>r to Canada, and a leading
member ol his country's diploma-
Uc carpi Mr Evron who has
been In his preaenl position since
early in 19fi9. was previously Is-
rael's Ambassador t>> Sweden.
Mr. Evron has held posts .if
key responsibility In the govern*
mnt of Israel, i*>th within the
country and broad. Prom 196
until his aatlgnm nt t" Washing-
ton in 19B5. hf was Minister at
the Kmbassy of torSM 1 in London
and for two years was Counseloi
i of the Embassy
Beginning his service in the Is-
rael govern men! in 1949. Mr
Evron joined the is Division "t
the Ministry for Foreign Affairs,
and later that year became sei
tary t.> thi foreign Minister, the
late Moahe Sharetl Prom 1951-
1953 he was secretary to Prime
Minister I>a\id Ben-Gurtan, and In
19f>.'i served as Second secretary of
the Israel Embassy in Washing-
ton From I964V19BB he was ;,.
tonal ssdatsmt to Defense Minister
I'lnlias l-a\on.
In 1956, Mr Evr n entered the
service of Hlstadrut. Israel's laboi
federation, and from 195" 1959
ivas its representative In North
America In 1990 he was named
director of Bolel Bonefl Ltd., the
; ti lal and coi -t i uction con-
cern which i-^ operated by Hlsta-
drut A native oi i-i iel hi servi rl
ii. the British Anr. during Woi I
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The George Gershwin Lodge Charity Foun-
dc.ion. Inc. of the Knights of Pythias of
Surbide. contributed more than S3900 to
the 1970 Combined Jewish Appeal-Israel
Emergency Fund campaign of the Greater
Miami Jewish Federation. Left to r;ght are
Moms Schwartzman board member; Sol
Silver, treasurer; Myron J. Brodie. assistant
executive director. Greater Miami Jewish
Federation; David Canter, president, and
board member Leonard Zilbert.
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Huge Defense Budget Unavoidable
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Inl U.S.-
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Plnh is S ipir t >ld the Israel
Bond Oi it;i.'i ,- mfi i tic in
New Y irk tli it Israel's growing
ictn ltj I iring the |i ist
decade has developed t>> i point
where "we could have obtained
economic independence while at
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destruction," he said. "This drain
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th-- jr iwii t in our b il-
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same time, moving ahead with
the building >! a strong Israel
which alone is the guaranti
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Monroe St. Conserve! ve
Morton Meilavefcy. Cantor
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Rabbi Berel W-in ,g
BEnT,.Hh i*CJ 39" ^ehin9ton Ave
Orthodox. Rabbi ShmaryahS T. Swir
Sky. Cantor Masrice Mamchee. 19
BE,T,W RAPHAEL* iTEMPLE
Jefferson Ave. Conservative R.ot
Davd Raab. Canter Sao: Breeh.
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ISRAEL (TEMPLE) 60.-0 S
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Winogr.d. Cantor Abr.ira d I
POMPANO BtACH
SHOLOM iTEMPLE' 13- *F 'v'*"*
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Friday. January
Bitterness Mounts
Over France's Deal
(( ontinurd from Pace 1-A)
ficient jot fighters in the world.
The figure of 10-15 was said to
represent the initial deliveries.
Israel's alarm and concern
was heightened by the fear that
most, if not all. of the Mirages
would eventually find their way
to the Egyptain and Syrian
air forces to supplement Soviet -
supp'.ied aircraft. Military ex-
perts in France and other coun-
tries say Libya's minute air
force is incapable of maintaining
or flying the complex, sophis-
ticated Mirages which, in any
event, are not required bv Libya
for defensive purposes. French
sources have insisted that a
clause in the Libyan arms deal
forbids the transfer of the planes
to any third party. But in the
international arms traffic, such
clauses are regarded as mean-
ingless because there is no way
to enforce thorn.
The Foreign Ministry spokes-
man said here that it was clear
to all who are acquainted with
Libya's requirements, including
France, that the weapons being
sold are for the purpose of fill-
ing Arab supplies to comple-
ment Soviet weapons they are
receiving in order to prepare
for war against Israel. While
France maintains its policy of
embargo against Israel. it
strengthens the war potential
of the Arab states th;it refuse
to sign a peace treaty with
Israel, he said.
rvfonse Minister Mosh
Dayan lashed out at the French
government Friday when he
went to L\d1a Airport I jreel
A niral Mordechai Limon, the
chief of Isr '. irms purchasing
mission in France. Admiral
Limon was recalled to Israel
.1..:. ind of the French
_ rum nt foi his ge I
in last month's gunboat affair.
The French Defense Ministry
accused him of signing :
papers to make p esible the
release of five French-built gun-
boats withheld from the I<-
Navy by the embargo. The un-
armed boats left Cherbourg Dec.
25 and sailed to Israel under
civilian auspice*, to be used in
off-shore oil prospecting.
Gon. Dayan said he coul I
no justification for Adn
Limon's ouster. H? said the (run-
boats' papers wore in per!' I
order when they left France and
that his Ministry had nothing to
do with them. Ho said the in-
justice of Franco's attitude was
never more apparent than when
it expelled Admiral Limon be-
cause Israel legally took possi s-
sion of its property, while at the
same time tt was negotiating
arms deals with Libya and Iraq.
The French have insisted all
along that their arms sales to
Iraq and Libya did not violate
the Midea-t arms embargo im-
posed by former President
Charles de Gaulle during the
June. 1967 Six-Day War. Ac-
cording to France, neither of I
those countries wore belliger-
ents, although Iraq sent fighting '
men to Jordan at the time and |
now maintains over 10.000
troops on Jordanian soil.
The French seek to justify
their arms deal with Libya
on grounds that it is better for
a Western nation to supply arms
to that country than to have it
rely on the Soviet Union. The
French insist that the deliveries
of Mirages to Libya will not
begin before 1971. By that time
they say they are confident that
the Four Powers United
States. Soviet Russia, Britain
and Franco will have reached
agreement on a Middle East
peace settlement acceptable to
AMBASSADOR GIVING
COMMENCEMENT SPEECH
Lieutenant General Yitz-
hak Rabin Israel's Ambas-
the United States.
V Announces New Gag*
ltion Is now taking place will greet the
JTWHA Create! Senior Citizens
11< ndshu
v mo SW 8th SI. for new of the North County bt
SUrting durtn, the the YM-YWHA o, (>.a,...
peace settlement .iccoinaun- ^ sidorJo the I nite.l Mates,
both gides. The Jbch have +4* ^, T.e ,no c^nmenc
claime3 recently that a sub-
stantial area of agreement al-
ready has been reached among
the Big Powers. Foreign Mini-
stry officials said here today
that such claims wore false and
were an attempt by France to
blur the fact that the recent
Soviet reply to American pro-
posals had been totally negative.
They said the French wanted to
create the impression that some
kind of agreement had been
reached in order to 'take the
heat off the Russians" They
have been trying to dra .<
list of points on which there
is some kind of agre< ment be-
tween the Four Powers but
then is no sign that tht -
elude any basic Issues or that
any change h ecui red in the
Soviet attitude, the Isra
ficial said
address at ceremonies for
1.000 candidates I
ees from the University
of Miami, Fri.lav. Jin 223
His topic Will bo "My Coun-
try. Israel."
President Henry King
Stanford will confer the de-
e- s during the comm i
ment exercises wh cii *
- -t at 10 30 a.m in the
Mi imi Marim Sta lium Am-
bassador R ibirt 1 -'
h inor at a dinro
by President Stanl
nonie?
will also I -r nor i
. ii st at the Am
Lunchi wh h
the
.... t 1 p.m. in th<
ten M
adult ola...-
month of January classes will In
h.id m Gourmet Cooking, Man-
in Sew me,. Tues-
days
at 8 p.m.. Saturdav. ]&
the auditorium of th. Wj.
Federal Bank, t'.yy jjg .
Sam Scitlin. president
VMIIA and Efra.hr, H g3
days at 9 am
and Thursdays at 9 a.m.:
,nor Decorating. Wednesday*,
0"q am Upholstery Wednesdays CUth* director will atteai
at 9 am and 12:30 tni braeU
Folk Dancing, Thursdays at s
,,m Painting. Tuesdays and
Thursdays, at 9 a.m.; Decoupage
tart on woodi Wednesdays. 9:30
I Thursdays, at 8 p.m
i
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Ladies Modern-Exercise Dance
Class will b. wdaya at 2:."W
m i n Wednesdays;
Choi l I .1 '' "' '''N at 8
ai d Drama Gn sdays
at 8 ; m
y. inforn ition and
;. gistrati n rail Mil Schein-
V".
Ma) Mrs Da I M
. !',. |i h world.
New officers to t intta
evening arc: A
president: Sarah '.;.
Sarah Nagvl. vici .
ther Klein, recording
Celia Rek'h. ti..
Schneider, social s>
Hirsch, chaplain, and'
Kimmel, sergeant-at arnv.

Senior Citi/ens ol He
YWHA of Gnat, i
a "World Wide A ction"
Jan. is. beginning ai i.v p
the ballroom of th V
Gifts to be aui I
u i n receK ed by
ind friends fro n ji 1 t-.
pis" ^^swr*T *" p*f"
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December 31,1969
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Federal Agencies ... 3,220.580.38
Other Securities.... 261.600.00 78.211,834.92
Loans and Discounts.............. 128,501,342.34
Banking Houses and Equipment.... 4,446,483.47
Accrued Interest and Other Assets .. _2.346.692.84
TOTAL..................... S263.512.522.16
LIABILITIES
DePsits......................... $239,218,117.92
Other Liabilities.................. 3,313,551.00
Unearned Discounts and Reserves .. 3,576i619.16
Capital Debentures ...$ 2,000,000.00
Capital Stock........ 4,519,220.00
Surplus............. 4,200,000.00
Undivided Profits___ 6,685.014.03
TOTAL CAPITAL FUNDS ..... ^17.404,234.08
T0TAL..................... $26Y5T2.522.16
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2701 L.JEUNE ROAD
ALLAN T. ABESS, JR Pr..;rt..
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LEONARD L. ABESS. Chairman of th.
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Finance Larger Purchases
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over ~'j pounds and U-s* tiun
(o<>t and a halt koqg, the L'/i
ichipe gun represents the
(jrsj dgsnatitaqtNgatii) product
"of ,, native Israeli weapon .-.sun.
Major Nonte laid
Discussing the technical f i
turn oi the l'/i. Major Nonte
i. th.it Ihe submachine gun,
which has maximum accu i
,. .'. m, M \< II as bursts.
h i- been very <* P' bj
people who count the
: .;>. who So Ihe shooting"
[si n usin i I t i I
of World War 11 weapons .
IW] '" Bginable
. and detennim '. I
lar'.i/ H'- weam'iis a: t'-
p aslble dat< M ujoi
. ., ., ..,i via ts lo the United
States In the B50/S and set about
produce gun that eliminated
in. bad features ha had seen and
c unbined the sood ones
The Uai submachine cun which
M i>>r Gal designed has a r. .
lively low 81VroondpaT-minute
,,r fire which permits more
accurate control and reduces am-
munition consumption. Major
Nonte noted that a number ol
sun firms in other nations have
attempted to follow some ol the
.. ilgn principles Incorporated Into
the Uzl but none h.i\e yet iehieve I
significant success
The Legion of Merit Medal presented to Chaplain Jack
Ostrovsky (left) by Brig. Gen. Albin F. Irzvk. deputy
commanding general of Fort Dix, N.J., is the second
such decoration for the Jewish chaplain. The latest
award was given to Chaplcin Ostrovsky for especially
meritorious and outstanding service as Jewish chaplain
of the 1st Logistical Command, Long Binh, Vietnam,
from July 198 to July 1969. according to word received
by the Commission on Jewish Chaplaincy of the Nation-
al Jewish Welfare Board iJWBi. Chaplain Ostrovsky also
holds the Bronze Star and two Army Commendation
Medals.
.Temple Menorah
Men To Sit- Film
The Men's Club of Temi
Mi norah will sootlight the c ir-
rent racial problems in G
ii.ii by fea< i program
titled Can II Happen In Miami'"
based oi presentation ol the
film 'Remedy For RiW" depleting
urban unrest in,,Aaaerica at an
Thursday, J.'--- I .
al the temple
Thougl Miami has been
tivc Iv quiet Al Golden, prestdi i I
,,f the Men's Club, stated, "the
race probk m is i i that Is urine
us and will fao us or many years
to con
In addition to thi film, a i
fied panel will handle questions
n t! floor n gardin : the I
race issue Admission is free both
to members and i bers
Cantor iUdrivUover At Ajgndath Israel
're-Scliool Seminar to
lie Held At Beth David
Cantor Matua Radzivilover, will
be the guest cantor at the 9 i
ervices in Agudath Israel Con-
78th Street and Carryle
Avenue. Miami Beach Saturdaj
Rabbi l.-i.ic Hirsh Ever, spiritual
leader will ipe ik on "Israel's Po-
sition in the Troubled Mld-E ist
Cantor Radzivilover, who has
appeared as guest cantor in man)
synagogues m America, Canada,
Mexico and Israel, is a native ol
Poland. He is famous as an inter-
- of the original "Vohliner"
nusacb hatefilah and is acclaimed
i- one of the nation's beat.
MRS. VEGH
KATALIN EUGEN
of Brasov, Romania,
is seekirg persons related to
her deceased husband
ISAC EUGEN
His mother and sister have
remarried and are believed
to be in the Miami area.
The mother married a
Mr. Schwartz, formerly a
shoemaker in New York.
If you have any information,
please contact National
Council of Jewish Women,
Inc., Tel. No. 373 6256
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Mrs Ruth Penick, vici presl-
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responding lecretary; Mrs. Sim,
!, uei recording secretao and
Mrs. Rose Comm, treasurer
ClmVe Offieew To
Assume New Duties
The newly elected officers ol
th< II ;ds ,n County Club will bt
... | it g pji Wi li
in the Algk ra Hoi cere-
.,. at which Judge Milta
r: dn an will preside, will fol-
low! '. bj i nti rtalnmi nt and re-
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jud M -is N Ba will
take tiv oath : office as pn
, wi i wll bi
| include Councilman Mat-
Judge Harold Hellei
Sidni > Z Rockwi 11. Jai
Lei vice presl-
l! Smith, in isurei
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Cost cutter.
It's little wonder you've found so
many ways to make your work easier
and your life brighter with electricity.
AJter all, it's the biggest bargain m
your budget. The average pnee paid
per kilowatt hour by FTL-served
families today is actually one-third
less than it was in 1957. How's that
tor bucking the inflationary trend?
Carving the roast ...drying) our hair.
powering a drill...bringing you I
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in a variety of ways iheti |ustno
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Friday. January 16 ,
Capital Spotlight
By Milton friedman
Radicals Have Trouble Explainin
BlackPanl
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By CARL ALPERT
Generals in Politics
Till: tPPOlXTHEXT ol
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the experienc re the
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F i one th n thi in of a
polil il in S politiesis
the key I -, 'ing from
ices In ad til in, thi n i i
tarj t in Israel b. se of I
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to il1" rotatioi
The questions thai
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entry into p litics re th r suit ol I
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uniform: thus il is Jealousy for the p i
which leads to the pres -nt
lar questi 1(,.
levy n ;m d fi >m the S
member ol the Kni...
jectivity during thi m mths he was no d
the move.
'.en Weizmann's reasons are fairlj cleai to the man
In the street. It was obvious that although he ha I
head of th.' Ah- Fore.', and was until his n signal on Chiel
of Army Operations, he was not slated to be moved up to
the top notion of Chief of Staff. He was to be passed
over, Hence his quick decision to leap into politics when
the opportunity was offered him. His private political in-
clinations had not been altogether secret.
A timely new- book. Military and Politics in Israel
by Amos Perlmutter, a Harvard professor, has just been
issued by an American publisher (Praegen. It is not
often that such a scholarly volume has such relevance u>
the news of the day.
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DRINKERS OF I.VFIMTI
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British Jewry Enters The 70s
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And s., the British Jews enter the '70s a* j*
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th.tt Jordan given a civic
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with Jordan
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the view tint "on the whole ti>-
recent evohrtlon "f Amarican
official ;xiu-> towards Ihe Mid-
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editorial noted th.- nowrnment
policy alms at lupporting neither
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    Leadership ol the American Histadrut Deve-
    lopment Foundation, which met to map
    plans for the fifth annual International Mid-
    Winter Conference of the organization, to
    be held at the Fontainebleau Hotel Feb.
    16-18 included left to right, (seated) Morns
    Longe of Cleveland, conference cochair-
    man; Dr. Leon Kronish of Temple Beth
    Sholom. who will be installed as chairman
    of the national board during the conclave;
    and Dr. Sol Stein of New York, executive
    vice president of the Histadrut Foundation;
    (standing) Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Mandell.
    Sam Toll. Israel Finkel. Mendel Rothman.
    Leon Giitzer and Edward Tumaroff. execu-
    tive director of the Israel Histadrut Council
    of South Florida.
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    Friday. January 15
    Page 2-B
    Lou Roller Chairman Of
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    Page 3-B
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    Feiffers Honorees At Oholei Torah's Scholarship Dinner
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    Mr. ami Mrs. Albert Feiffer will
    be honored at the Third Annual
    Scholarship Dinner of the Oholei
    Torah Day School. Sunday Feb. 8.
    at the Deauville Hotel, according
    to an announcement by Sidney
    Stein, chairman of the banquet.
    More than 800 persons ar. ex-
    pected to attend this Gala S36-A-
    CoupJFTWtlif the major
    fund raisil for the Oholei
    Torah school.
    Mr. and Mr*. Feiffer. the par-
    ents of two sons, have been resi-
    de nts of Ml hfoi IJ
    Nationalb for their ;
    tropic and. humanitarian efforts,
    the Feiffers have been in the
    forefront of Miami Beach Jewry,
    and involved in such organizations
    a; T anu-EI, Masons and
    iners for tl
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    adopted by tl s as their
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    Gershwin Lodge
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    The Charity Foundation of th.
    George Gershwin Lodge K of P
    - completed final plans for a
    pala dinner, dance and show at the
    Carillon Hotel Saturday. Jan. 24.
    The musical extravaganza "Shiz-
    zain"' will be the feature attrac-
    tion. A gourment dinner will pre-
    cede the show.
    The committee in charge
    headed by Sol Silver and Morris
    Silver, cochairmen. urges all Pyth-
    ian Members and their friends
    not to delay in getting their
    tickets from Sol Silver. Proceeds
    will be donated to chanties such
    as the Hebrew Home for the
    Aged. Israel Emergency Fund, and
    Cystic Fibrosis.
    B'nai Zion Chapter Meets
    Miami Beach Chapter 106. B'nai
    Zion. will meet at 8 p.m. Thursday.
    Jan. 22. in the Washington Federal
    Bank. 1234 Washington Ave.. for
    a review of Lester Velie's "Count-
    down in the Holy Land" to be
    given by Pauline Magid. president
    of the Stephen S. Wise Group of
    Hadassah. and news and views by
    Esther Shapin. Refreshments will
    be sponsored by Mr. and Mrs. Jo-
    seph A. Cohen in honor of Mr.
    Cohen's birthday. Chapter presi-
    dent is Samuel Reiser.
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    Beth Kodesh Men To
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    Cantor Ben Dickson will
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    Goldn presi le as i i isti i
    of co: m n:< -.
    Ace I'.ng 1 >n Harry
    S. Schwartz, a special trea'
    gift ha- been arranged for all
    the women attending the speci
    catered breakfast, which will be
    held in the Social Hall at 1101 SW
    12th Ave. Reservations will be
    accepted from members only. As-
    sisting in the arrangements are:
    Ben Wise, Nathan K. Spector.
    Jack Apte. Robert Feinberg. Hy
    Schwartz. Sam Schulwolf. Sam j
    Portin. Sam Cohen. Jack Stone
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    Appeal-Israel Emergency Fund campaign,
    held at the home of Mrs. Leonard Rosen, at
    which some S1O1.0OO was pledged, com-
    pared to S59.000 pledged by the same wo-
    men in 1969. Left to right are Mrs. Matilda
    Washton. Mrs. Inez Krensky, Mrs. Frances
    Beckerman, Mrs. Ruth Johnson Berger, and
    Mrs. Leonard Rosen.
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    Friday. January W
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    Faqe 6-B
    Maccabiafa Lodge
    [To Hear Cokmmisl
    Edward Cohen, administi
    t,.r- .- 0| t mi i i-rwl ol ,;
    \ and colunmi-1 for the
    .!,.,, n, will be the -> si
    gpeakac al Ifcnjnectine. of M i -
    tvAiah 1 id e ol B' ii B'rith al
    R:30 p.m., Tuesdaj al the F
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    The Dccad Jusl P si Whal
    to Expecl In the 70V will he th<
    c Cohen will discuss from his
    ackKround as a synaeogue and
    conn ii '"'' ''"' Mi "
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    Happenings
    Arthur II. iiiirshnii. Chair-
    i ,,: in.- Board anil Presidi nl
    i j. [ferson National Hank ol
    Miami Bi ai h announees the ap-
    aintmenl ol Joel P. Newman to
    ih.. link's board ol directors
    Newn an. who has a B.A. and
    juris Doctor from the Univer-
    sity t Michigan, has been prac-
    ticing lav. in Miami Beach since
    1!M6. He is past president ol the
    Hibiscus Lodge and the Miami
    ... bi I Exi eutivi Club.
    YoungermaivGreeii Art
    Exhibit Opening Feb. 6
    v erman I
    ,, opening the
    Harbour Have Gallery, t b. 6
    wi 1 be a ioini show vii'i
    Ruth Green ol Cleveland. who
    c.rW^mrKlch.UI
    Andrew, son ol Marianna and
    James Green
    Her currenl iuntil Jan i" ex-
    on of 11 'Spanish Tti
    paintings al the Coconut G 'vi
    i- his be -i
    t to a p-ival
    in the hisi -
    of the I la'.l v.
    The nexl shibil
    bj R ith Gre -n and ri iph i
    new
    ntings, wil'
    nue thmueh I ie month oi
    K. bruarj and n to th
    ii'
    Lincoln Chapter Luncheon
    Lincoln Mi inn" Bench Chaptei
    Worn. n*s League r Isr I, will
    hold a Member-Bring- i-Mcmber
    Luncheon me tins 12 ;" P-'"
    Tui sti y. in. 27, in the 101 I
    , ,in Cut i Room. Entertainment
    will b provided i>> Mr. Dickimn
    :l man with many musical talents,
    Program chairman is Aida Y -
    Ros Dellerson i- president,
    JteSSTrtot Three-Day Antique.Art Show And S
    n, i Inten
    will be held IW .....
    , Miami Marehandtoe Mai
    vvu tjjkI Ave.
    M. wh,.u. -
    ntlmatr. thai th.
    arl and anl
    and I'
    ,:, -. ink will h
    - the show hour.
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    \ ill he showing
    i SI
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    i m ruins

    with a value ol -
    these it<
    ,!,., rs an exhibited I I '
    ccitld asil> xcei I
    dollars. Included will I*
    -,. |> i-iod ai il Vi< loria
    clocks, jew. ry. china
    haul.
    boti -
    London, will ,
    iyi oil" '<>
    - "'- .....-'"" ** land
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    , .... PH.D tirtteti showing
    ,,,ks. includin, 1-
    1969 nail winner ol I
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    Com] in; directoi is Professor
    II. Marlilny.
    samiii'i ii. Shapiro, executive
    direct r >l the Linen supply As-
    sociation ..i America, will attend
    an Executive Development In-
    stitute, al the Harvard Gradual.
    School for Business The ses-
    sions, in be held Jan 19-24, are
    s|Kjnsorcd by the Linen Supplj
    Associal i.in nl America.
    Circuit ei i Milton \.
    ] Kll.iMI \\ w ill sp. k nn t'p-
    ng J e w is h P r.. b I e m s
    .....ii the W I 'fon
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    , January 16. 1970
    ?Jenl <#> fUridi^n
    Page 7-
    . 10rah Group Sponsors Art Show
    >ner Sisterhood, in
    ? SElectors Art'
    So.Mv.rn, lVach. w.Hpre-
    .,, f Fine Worta
    pI <, du evening and Sun-
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    h' the appearance for the first
    time in the Miami hiw. <>f tin-
    internationally famous Peter Li|>-
    mnn-Wulf. professor of Alt ;it
    AMflphi University, Garden City.
    NY. Prof. I.ipm:in-\Vulf. who has
    achieved wide recoRnitton in the
    ri world for his engravtngi do-
    Dieting BibUcttl. logical, and Shakespearean them -
    in which literature and art are
    rlosel) Interwoven, is noted aeul-
    toi reclaimed fbr his outstiivllm
    "Weddtnej Rings'*, twd figures with
    arms resemblinc rincs Interwoven.
    dupl.eations ot which are now he
    Ing mid throughout the e
    ,\ native of Germany, he is ah i
    known tor nil portrajta.
    The C "' l.--T 1>T-1 Will IX' "" exhll it
    md -iW- Sunday, Jan '-'",
    10 .i t 6 p-UJ. Admission i i
    >>,. fret The entire comn in tj
    invited
    Judy Came Stars
    In Grove Musical
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    Mollie Kahnner Sisterhood Art Show Com-
    mittee meets to discuss plans for the event
    to take place at Beth Torah congregation
    Saturday and Sunday, Jan. 24-25. Standing
    left to right are Mesdames Ben Zion Kir-
    schenbaum. Ewald Zifier. Nat Siesser. Ron
    Marbin, Larence Schorehart, Samuel Leb
    and Ronald Friedel: seated are Mrs. Nor-
    man Fogle and Mrs. Albert Cohen, chair-
    man of the show.
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    Alexis 1. Korman
    Becomes the Bride
    Of Barry Katzman
    Alexis Irene Korman. daughter
    c Mrs. Julius Zalkin. 7524 W.
    Treasure Dr.. North Hay Village.
    and the late Abraham Korman.
    r-.came the bride of Barry Katz-
    man Saturday. Jan. 10. in 8 p.m.
    rites conducted at the Algiers Ho-
    tel by Rabbi Mayer Abramowltz.
    A reception at the hotel followed
    the ceremonies.
    The new Mrs Katzman. a .erad-
    iate of Miami Beach Senior Hij;h
    School, atten.led Miami-Dade
    Junior College. Her husband, the
    son of Gerald Katzman of Omaha.
    Neb., and Mrs. Esther Katzman.
    365 NK 171st Tor.. North Miami
    Beach, graduated from high school
    in San Mateo. Calif., and attended
    the University of California. Lais
    Angeles.
    The bride was served by Mrs.
    r, rson E is< wich, matron of hon-
    and i rid< smaids Mrs, Harold
    .. aver, Mrs. Roy Siegel and
    Goldbergs Announce
    Helen's Engagement
    Mr. and Mrs, Joseph I- Gold-
    1350 97th SI Bay Harbor
    : -.-. mi nl
    . i | : me, to
    Jay Mark Par-
    ts are M and Mrs
    insAve.,
    it h.
    !:..-. idual I
    Miami High S
    Soph i e. Ni w Or-
    . : i ai d hei fiance, who
    B p I Miami Beach
    . s ii ol ind Tulane Univer-
    arried in June.
    MRS. BAKHY KATZMAN
    Linda Tardiff. Richard Friedman
    was best man: ushers were Ronald
    Korman, Shi Idon Katzman. Jeff-
    M y Katzman and Roy Siegel.
    Mr. and M's. Katzman will live
    i:i Ni nil Miami Beach alt' r a
    hi n< ymoon In Jamaica,
    Ann Jarrett And f
    Paul Siegel Marry
    bW Max Undrnar,
    -
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    and the Cniversit5
    when Sh. was Kapi S
    trrnM ssu etheart and
    of Alpha Eps
    Th *'hos
    are Mr. and Mrs M A Si. :el -
    Robin Way W. st. is
    Riviera Beach S
    and the lTnivcrsit> of Fl
    is a mcml Ka S i fa-
    t. rnity.
    Mrs I t Jarrett was l
    bride's honoi attei lam Bi k -
    :!!- incl-dcd
    bara Leavit and H y G
    Dr. Alan Janet 1
    Barr> K leff G
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    After a
    the newly-weds *
    tt.sl I
    Friday. Janucry lg
    U
    B'nai Raphael Weekly
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    Raphael. The first of eight weekly
    sessions on Crisis in American
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    day from 10:30 12 in the sanc-
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    January 16. 1970
    * lewis* IhrHinr
    Pag 9-P
    Ann Gorens Benefit Luncheon
    Lgment AnnmuusaA Again Hosted Bv
    FTMrs Rob.rt Goren. 400 *""
    Matilda Washton
    ,. | .,, ih' > ii-
    daugbter,
    . hi Irwln
    Ith Av
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    ('.,.,:-.'v ..I Miami.
    i mnoun
    Kimbali Presenting
    toled Art Lecture
    [v r nple Sinai
    . will take
    , > m In the
    18801 NI
    ' Miami B
    !- the evei
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    "rv VatiMa Washton. for the
    13th consecutive yiar is sponsor-
    u.j_- ano histinjt a bemfH luncheon
    |r ,- I. hration of her birth which OCCUfl on Jan. 26.
    -rli! war's hirth(ta\ Cl li liration
    will bo called a "Hat Mit.-vah
    Luncheon." and proceeds will b-'
    imarked lor the restoration of
    ltarlassah's Mount ScopiM Hospi-
    tal in Jerusalem, which was re-
    turned to th' organization aft< r
    the Six-Pay War.
    Mrs. Washton is well-known in
    Jerusalem, whan her name can
    Is seen on the Wall ol Healing at
    the Medical Crater, at the Mount
    Scopus Hospital. Freedom H- II,
    the Dental Chair, in the Mother
    and Child Pavilion, the John F
    Kennedy Building, Moahe Sharett
    i bi r.r tnttituti ami on a i laquc
    Installed in her honor i.i-.! war in
    a dormltor) ol Hie Nurses' School.
    Tn. Eden Re* Hotel will he the
    si ttlng for the elegant Moi
    n Mattk Washinn Bbi
    Brandeis lladass.ih hind-raising
    . \. it Mis Elisabeth St< Inl
    is chain in is
    iii i nai il i .11 soi Mr? Ros<
    I d Ml I 1 HrVtd Rl I
    i. pn sidium pn
    Hook \\r\lewLunclieon
    S-i At Temple Judea
    60th Anniversary
    The ;oth wedding anniversary of Mr. and Mrs
    Ubert Chauser was celebrated recently at a sur-
    prise party In the N >1 t!i Hay Village home of their
    kau hi Edna Chauser, ,i painter-ti acber who is
    m ei ol the Greater Miami Cultural
    Arts Center, ami co-hosted by their sorf, M irton A.
    Chauser who a customer's consultant with the
    firm ol Thomst n and McKinnon
    Befon his retirement, Mr Chauser, who cele-
    brated hi- 85th birthdaj last week wa i well-
    realtor in Massachusetts and Connecticut,
    and tin > presently make their home in New Havi n,
    Conn Asked how it feels to be 85, Mr Chausen re-
    plied, "Ask me \\h< n I'm 95 '
    Marked By Mr. and Mrs. Cluiuser
    The Chausers w II remain until summer in this
    in where thej also have two grandchildren
    son, Ronald David Belford, and his wife,
    Bonnie, are students at the University of Miami:
    M rt's son, Andrew, is student it Miami-Dade
    Junl i College A third Chauser grandchild, Mort's
    daughter, Corrie, is .m actress presently making her
    h -1 in E n [land.
    Ml. ami MM. ALBFITT CHAUStK


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    Ol JtCTS OILS SCU JTUtl i
    JANUARY 16,17,18 ADMISSION $1.00
    MIAMI MERCHANDISE MART
    777 N.W. 72nd Avenue, Miami
    W. A.oJobW PKomIOS 721-6R7)
    iiii
    PINEMERE
    i____
    o4 gedcrt Camp 3b Q*s
    MfoocquaAUsconsta '34G4S
    "War J' '' l" -
    6 "WtHingi end Bar M-ti*ht Our S>ecieli)r'
    947-8124
    "#^
    nwlographit
    portraits by
    A valuedg$.~
    A wrktltu htuun
    0; Rm Itxaiit^n ARTHUR GOOFUIY iOAO, MIAMI BI*
    T.l.pKon.. JE 1117? and 5M-4930
    Pinemere. established in 1926, is beautifully situated
    only 3 hours, 1C minutes flying time from Miami.
    the North Woods of Wisconsin,
    Activities include, boating,
    riding, overnight tripping,
    canoeing, sailing, wafer skiing, team sports, archery, horseback
    arts and crafts, dramatics, music.
    "tor the personal Professional Touch" K
    i
    CALL SYLVIA MILSEN
    WIDOWS FlORAl CONSUtTANT il MM
    FLOWERS by
    Jblossom shop
    1*16 Washington Avo., Miami Baach CAU. Jt MM
    lAUfCMtiU mmH1 Bmk !W)
    5r3rlrJ8p^^
    Enrollment is select and limited to 85 girls
    between the ages of 8 and 16.
    Key Staff (department heads) consists of
    experienced professional men and women
    from various parts of the United States.
    General Staff consists of college seniors
    and graduates with a minimum age of 21.
    Junior Staff consists of girls who have
    "come up through the ranks" at Pinemere,
    having been campers for a number of
    summers.
    The total counseling staff numbers 30.
    Activity instruction is given to groups of
    similar in age and ability in a very close
    ratio of campers to counselors. Two coun-
    selors live in a cabin with six campars.
    PNEMERE S OBJECTIVES:
    TO GIVE CAMPERS A HAPPY, HEALTHY
    SUMMER, TO TEACH THEM INDEPEN-
    DENCE AND SELF CONFIDENCE, TO GIVE
    THEM GOOD BASIC INSTRUCTION IN
    SPORTS, TO HHP THEM ACQUIRE MANY
    NEW INTERESTS, AND TO MAKi MANY
    NEW FRIENDS.
    For Further Information, If rite or Call:
    LAURENCE JACOBSON, Oimei^Direclor
    194-1 North Michigan Ave., Miami Beach, Telephone 332-3141
    (Member of American Camping Association)


    Page 10-B
    9-Jenisi'ncridian
    Friday, January ij

    Physical Tln-rapy Clinic's Sp*
    ...JL* ?V ^ V^*--
    happy birthday. Rabbi and Mrs. Stevx
    prayer before she cut the ,
    ..... has Blown Otngcr Ji.....bs ever ilw**"1
    PLEAS* Uny HrLi Mr. and Mrs. Lou* MmM
    The sign, in bold black and white was toped Mr. and Mr* M^n^ *! J
    to the front door of Claire an,. Arthur Rosuhan s Friedman. Dr. and Mrs. Hcnrj 1a a
    house in Bay Heights. Well the truth is. th. to and M. lanle Thurman am)
    JIST WHAT DID THK SHiN MEANT
    NO SALESMEN, SOLICITORS,
    SVP.VKY-TAKKRS OR MISSIONARIES
    mp&&XS2i& xpQN^SB-* PM
    PLKAS!
    s n Richard, his wife. Ellen and bain Amy were
    visiting, and .wry time Amy gol to sloop the
    doorbell would ring .n-A she'd wake up. So
    Papa Richard printed tho sign, it worked.
    All so (HUNTED IN JAPANESE STYLE)
    That was the Honoral le Harry Smiths Fami-
    ly's "Much Good Fortune" card that they sent
    out for the coming year. Harrj and his Marilyn
    spent New Year's tirra in Naples at the hotel,
    which has become an honorable custom, because
    thej do it each year, relaxing and resting their
    minds 'no phones) and their bodies mo
    mi i tings. >
    HAPPY BIRTHDA1 TO VOl-
    Mi f< Anns G uston, who w
    how lost all "I hei papi rs but hei I
    figun d out a I tim. :
    lay right in the midst of t i idaj B -
    That is the H Harrj Sn B
    B iskii 's housi Flo Gouston's
    hter.i Mai home f'om Hai
    lh- i. -i ol the in-town family im
    Ed Cohen and Irene, their son Johnny, who was
    home from the I'ivi rsity ol Chii
    ger Cohens were at the dinner. Then as -
    is, quil a few old fi lends dropped In t
    i
    Schwartz were among the "dropper-im -
    THK FOBTV-NINERS
    No they did't mine gold in tl '<
    thev lust graduated from Miami High School
    20 years ago. Everyone was sent a n
    with his class picture on it. Eyeglasses i
    out and everyone was peering at the
    , ... ral consensus was that no i
    changed too much. At the reunion, a dinro
    the Mian i Spri Villas, a i
    the Important things that peopli i '
    had .lor-'' through the y ars Th re wei
    ople, hul n
    dent of thi Cniti I States yet. t -

    Olantz. J
    ;
    Past ro f f. R
    L'tcil i
    I '.
    T-rancet Cc/imi
    Mrs. Hirsch
    are these dirty things yours?
    Your boys.
    How can you help loving a team like
    that. They're great together. In the mud.
    In the sand. In the dirt. In the grit and
    grime-.
    But don't lot it bug you. Mirk's
    cleaners will take care of everything.
    And return your laundry fresh smelling,
    clean looking, finished fluff dried and
    folded for only 20c a pound, Same day
    Bervice at no extra charge.
    And maybe next time you can get
    them into their "knock-around'' clothes
    before they get into the game.
    MARKS
    The word for quality cleaning anil laundry
    1201 -20th Street, Miami Beach, Pla.
    v Open 7 a.m. to 7 p m Tel. 688-6104
    Same day service for cleaning, shirt laundering, flatwork, fluff dry,
    In by 10. out by 5. Never an extra charge.
    P.S. We love you.
    4 new faclity for providing
    JUti with physical therapy as
    pTescrlhed by theh physicians has
    Seen opened at 13136 W Dixie
    Hwv North Miami, by Alexander
    P Vila. RPT '' i'll>'*iri'1
    V,''.'.,,: th. North Miami Physl-
    Reasoner Is Firt
    In Forum Scries At
    Hollvwood Temple
    en I Therapy Clinic, the
    cal tacility. which is oper <
    through Friday b> ippgy
    mumped to provide such i
    menta as whirlpool bath,
    hi at. ultrasonic. ,!, ctricala
    tion. soiiiui stimulation,
    bath, manual masi
    ..nt Irainiiu.' shm- *av*.
    t, nt traction and
    stimulate ciicula'
    reet
    Mr. Vila, a 19
    Physical Therapy School i
    Clinic. KiM-h, st, r Mmn

    a distinguished carei r ,n rj
    th K1
    ' an- hi spitals.
    pear S I. at 8:3
    pm. in
    . ro >d
    serving as .in. |
    in a number ..i wi Kno^l
    He i< H.i i Co-editoi
    RS Minul new
    ms look
    Sut port
    h the
    soi r Is
    Ids and v '
    '
    I'inski tliili Mt-elig
    The David Pinski I'.
    ,m "Oneg Sbabb rnj
    It. at 8 p m li thi ]-.-.'
    H | [h School's '
    Avc and 14th St
    A literary and -
    ui!; pn m nti -
    ino, In a v
    Hebrew Sonrs
    rdlon artist
    : author ai
    bject will h.
    hi t lh ..
    cQ-Vj
    has year-round appeal
    .....f past. With long na-
    tie Naza^- fi
    : blues reds I
    the hand h '' i
    . ellhood Wh< "'
    "ev are h i
    nl oxen .\ I
    i on the :
    71 ;l.i. trip with 7 day stopover at
    id Btopi ..i olorful port* mclud
    I rid VeitviuaU. .ton
    Ntthi .' nthlv tailings F;rt
    21 750 ton PortU
    fly air -conditioned
    T
    v SANTA MARIA
    |imihiiwM ...."' i
    SHAW COMPANY
    mfins**fttm.ifti.t stts-iiip r"figf



    FOR FURTHER INFORMATION AND RESERVATIONS
    CONTACT: SIDNEY RAFFEL'S
    DuPont Plaza m.***
    300 S. BISCAYNE BLVD. WAY
    _ MMI, FLORIDA PHONE: 371-1311




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    Page I -3
    rTiJavitr At Be* TWi Dinner
    |1* u-hfeh started out n* :i choir Bl
    Har-
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    103
    ^
    loSHER CATERERS
    1 MJMillVAHS
    I *.- "
    tlAUICC IW H0*tf CATtRfN*
    J ino Horn wo*
    (888-3469 and
    888-3460
    h InMiM Dial -t
    I sH U.l<>\\ DRIVE,
    Mm i/VWi i?wt...
    Meres' Jcpo-m till*
    MIAMI
    SPRINGS
    VILLAS
    DEC IUI IfMIII
    which vl rted "ul "* choir at
    npU- Zion man) years mo. m-
    ritttta x;ii in ul numbers, from
    Yiddish '"> KriMiilwiiy rim till i
    lag MtM .in "The
    -.n::m^ Tmitl'niiurs.'
    Beth Ti'\ Bar Mltzvah otjaen
    nmi- will also i'lrli-.'li- a catered
    ,' i cai dli lijrril roremonj
    ,. ii MHriiit iin- age of maturity
    K. BtU iti "ill tx-Kin B p in. in
    liwpli. kMritori .ii B4 8 SW
    itti St
    Mamloiin Orchestra*!!
    Sixth Annual Concerl
    'rii1 i ii' at< i Miami Ma
    i >ich. itra wiii present Its sixth
    l B p.m. Sunday,
    Kiiv 15, in the II, in, w Academy,
    2400 Pint Tree Dr., Miami Beach
    A program >it classical operatic
    and Israeli selections has been
    planned bj the croup, whoai
    tor is I l'..w. i Ros< fl
    will be tin- guest artist In n<
    ahH* i the group's |>ini 1st
    HA.OID fONT ,nd lVIN GORDON
    UOROON and I ONT
    KOSHER CATERERS j-;
    170 N W Sth STRICT, MIAMI
    PHONE: FR 4-2M
    From Hof d' o*vt#i I
    OPEN HOUSE
    CompUtr Buff**
    WEDDINGS
    BAR MITZVAHS RECEPTIONS
    Und.' *^i- *<'. I
    Urv.ed Kaih.ui A\o^ :n of
    G'*'e'
    RbOi Ab'thj'n J. Sj' t
    RAISING TIMt
    uHOWatthe
    tor.: | ol
    UiQUETS s DARTIES
    LUNCHEONS
    MEETINGS
    ''-_" Uitim
    finals.', M
    lwrjcwi4C.ir.V-0a
    Hem tt All Tmom
    |iKieo(/c Sttin She*
    '""'"'"(PCUntlUM.Ml,
    *W*S7 KC,iAK0 ,AJ.J4JJ
    "BASSADOR CATERERS
    Exclusive at the
    RAT0N BEACH RESORT
    ffeAv, a. 194th Street
    ^-ncheons or Dinners
    I*'"' Hall Accommodates
    pOO GUESTS
    >'/ Kosher
    L!ggo^and Service
    949-3383
    KATZ's PARADISE Restaurant
    1451 Collins Avenue Phone 533-1671
    KREPLACH if KISHKE # MATZO BALLS it KNISHES
    MEAT + FISH ir STEAKS CHOPS CHICKEN
    WITH DINNER ON OPENING NIGHT
    CATERING FOR ALL OCCASIONS
    &toefcen Douse ftmorffartori
    STEAK? STEAK? STEAK?
    WE'RE CRAZY!
    - ned lot bus ic M we'vi
    featuring steak on our S Satur-
    day nighl '
    the si m care to eat for w I 15? You folks
    .-,. all right, t
    * i, meat prii.es lia.e Rone i But-
    Si il rii go on tradition, and all that! That's right Choice
    suloin steak a:l you care to eat plus the huge toast of
    beef that's ihrtys on our dinner menu only J? 45 every
    Saturday night. Try it you'll find you cant afford to eat
    at home!
    $045
    2
    SPECIAL PRICES FOR CHILDREN
    |fi utt ti*i < 311 St** '
    14175 SIUTM HUE MWY
    231-1852
    Cocktails

    "Bakery
    mstoi
    ^X STAR DAIRY RESTAURANT INC.
    841 Washington Avenue. Miami Beach 533-0595 531-9IS2
    Featuring the Finest Jewish Dairy Spacialti*! aid a
    Complete line ol Homo Made P IStriM
    ii/ .i /r 'fllo&tf'

    I
    Dmiifii from SI >5
    Winos Breri-Cocktails
    All Dishes Prepared to Order
    IWia N.W. 7th Ave Mi.m. 688 9348
    Italian
    Restaurant
    %4.
    % {*+ V RESTAURANT
    J > ..._......*2Lflrs
    IMA < C.ii'"- "'" """
    . t. Ml *l ''i,*l
    tl IM RmlN l''
    om ""
    ,'.tn iir^t, .'
    FOR DINNER ONLY
    MORRIS & RUTH URNER Catering for All Occasions i
    HARRY ZUCKERMAN I$blishe< In lf45,'--
    ift
    CM*0'
    -JSS
    M
    lH
    Famous
    471 WASHINGTON AVE.
    PARKING
    FACILITIES BEACH
    VOH Of'K.Y 7 f#.ll> % WEEK
    The Studio Restaurant
    LUXURIOUS DINING
    ELEGANT FRENCH CUISINE
    For Something New and Different ir Our Miami Area
    2340 S.W. 32nd Ave. 443-2536
    Call For I lformation Before Going To The Theatre
    Continental ISO Kosher Caterers
    I
    WtDDINOl
    BAR MITZVAHS BANQUETS UNUMITU) 2
    At Your Homr, Hall or Synagaqw* 1
    COMPLETE TAKE-OUT FOODS HOME DELIVERY I
    Call for Free Take-Out Brochure 4
    J3 BIRD R0AH, MIAMI Phones 226-1744, 221-9096, 226-4011 *
    ROYAL HUNGARIAN E RESTAURANT
    ami r.\Ti:itBM.
    VIMV 0PJi\ for thv SEASON
    731 Washington Avonuc, Miami Beach
    HALLANDALE, FLORITA
    *W^ On U.S. I. one-ho/fmi'e ouh
    ^ of Go'fsteo"! Roce Trock
    Tl J *% Ph HOLLYWOOD
    Closed ^f
    Monday

    /
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    2322 N.W. 7 ST.
    s*j
    YO'J WISH TO CALL
    KHI RBERVATIOMS
    642-9043
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    TH ON6T Oin,.Afiw.(gn l,iouroi mi So flo'-Je
    OPEN 24 HOURS ,-i.' Su"* 4 Hewiayt lo.^ 7 A M-) P M )
    DIUCIOUS FOOD
    DELIGHTFUL COCKTAiLS
    SPfCIAL
    LUNCHES
    7 5'u.
    S. FEKML NWT. (U.S. 1), FT. UvtEftOILE
    CM.L 121-NM mt TMI OUT SERVICE
    HENRY'S OPEN 24 HOURS


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    Friday, January jc i
    Page 12-B
    Comic Pool Lynda in Next
    Kenley Players Production
    TV funnym in
    to the Kenley 1 si
    h. Hotel Plaza, 54th Sti
    Collins ; nu Maj
    Jan. 2J to h >a !
    a cast of K,: M? ta ,h\
    comedy "The Impossible Ye
    Evening performances .ire given
    Tuesday through Sunday at 8:30
    p.m.: afternoon matinees are held
    on Wednesdays and Saturday
    Kenley Players will schedule per-
    formances for the benefit
    ganizations or groups by special
    arrangement.
    Crafton Is Elected
    Head Of Coalition
    Edward Grafton. senior Dart
    of the Miami ai litectual firm of
    Ferendino Crafl n'l has
    been elected >' tne
    ; iter Miami i '-:
    take over the reins
    John H. Ha
    president, at the January m I

    1970 term an : Darre;
    iuntei nd Garth R
    presiden
    -1 surei
    A mei
    : Plan-

    i

    n its l >ov '
    Commit!
    Personnel Change
    U Announced By
    Flaglers Manager
    Two ke; tions n
    ngd la
    Marshall Pa:
    Frank Kappel. 46. track safety
    director since 1963. who assumes
    iddedd iti. I sssisl '
    eral mar-.; : :"' !
    risor ol Timinal intelli
    Dade Count.' Sheriff- >ffl
    an.i was chief im
    then director of i i ,ho
    Florida State Racii
    befoi joining own. r Isa I
    Hccht's staff at Flagl i
    Can | Tol.....
    for th past five yean
    Flagl. r's directoi
    -. vacancv en al I -' ......''
    '- "
    18. joined Fls r in 1958
    .....
    .... .- nd beca
    secretary in 1
    re el
    Temple Israel Sisterhood
    To Hear Vince Gablanelh

    . :
    Reservations musi
    : -
    :: y J. Nelson U prog
    K SeeUiewoHdVi
    fastest players1^
    of the world's
    fastest game!
    ...
    :

    itiens for the s
    May 1 thi -
    I ns also l
    H.cht.
    POST TIME 8:00 PM
    FZATunr.G rHt

    i.
    v and Joe
    assoc
    -
    son, a-e c 3ri z:
    i org
    -.reasurer, is in charge ci I
    sales; her husbar
    !e 's right-hand-men as co-
    pioducer.

    tt
    COS TRACK
    Just of the No. So. X-woy : "5
    Exi* ol 125 cr 103 Streets
    Phone; 754-3484
    |C3e LAST 3 DAYS i3CM
    . RAYMILLAND |
    1 THE FRONT PACE 1
    s
    EffflMuiraMM 3
    3BOO MAIN HIGHWAY
    Ph: 446-2B81
    PUTHOMSt KSUUMNTS
    THE CINEMA THEATER
    IS PROUD TO ANNOUNCE
    THE RETURN OF
    LEON
    SCHACHTER'S
    PESON
    MAT.
    (5c
    EVE.
    SI 75
    >
    ELI. EL!"
    with Music and Comedy
    with Yiddish-American
    S'ar Cast
    GREAT NEW STARS rft
    OF STAGE, RADIO, TV
    ALSO FEATURE FILM
    1235 WASHINGTON AVE. 531M02
    1
    anthony
    quinn
    'a dream
    off kings':
    MB BHUI5INO BRIATHTAKINO...A.4 y~ c.n bt .. It
    BOLD WW 7:j0,ilMJ:joAM(S-H.7PM..M;dllk,|
    ?;nn^;;:.' A-n,;........so.. .....-. **
    MS
    past nm*; is
    For an '
    I
    SAT. JAN. 21 thru WED. JAN. 28
    CONVENTION HALL
    -.v.d 44 j.
    I ON KIM UN I
    N MCN. TWIS W13 "
    and c


    .ly>s'197
    Koslakery
    sident Honored
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    -
    \ Luncheon Itiwday
    i -
    I
    Ljti

    custom
    catering
    Jpeciol affairs for
    [cry special people.
    Every detail '
    with expert care.
    japerb cuisine f-service
    [wflhapers n ilflair.
    Magnificent facilities
    for parties from
    15 to 1500.
    Cosher Cotanng Avoilobte.
    DUPONT
    PLAZA
    HOTEL
    in Miami
    358-2541
    JERRY STONE
    + JmM Hrr/Jtorj
    Pagel3-B
    /frVJ-.'Tft
    Fred August. Cleft) president cf Auqust Bros. Bakery and
    outgoing president of South Florida Bakers Association is
    shown w;th Seymour Cohen, regional sales manager of
    bakery: Harry Evens, vice president cf Manufac'.;;::
    V .n-Dix.e Stores end Marv Garrett. incoming president
    of the South Florida Bakers Association.
    Carner Bank Gains For 1969 Reported
    DEAUVILLE
    Tine*/ 6afaei/ 't*$
    - .... incn a* d n- opi i I
    , ... i .:- ,
    total asseti :
    yew adding li '"'"
    :.),.;!,! : i Hi- > cond o i
    . .,!.( < ': Bank I
    i Bch. whim also declared Its first
    , asn dHidend at the end ol I
    ,( 15 cents .' -1 an | a) I
    :. Btockholdi i* ol c..... Ko\ i
    According to flguft i repared
    for th- bank's annual report, m t
    operating: inromr in 19i9 in,n as-il
    in 13.45 a than compartd to
    S2.27 in the prcvloua year tor the
    170.000 (harea outstanding. T d< poalta tor thr year rose to
    $26,290, i tr. i t f n m S-M.-'.'c, 1 ::< 85
    ,t th.- end of l%s. Asaeta totaled
    $2 589 163 18 i pared with a
    ti ial of S2i 6" 70 the pn v-ious
    ... 0.376.4
    . of $].994,|
    Ol s
    hen H Carnei pn sident
    and chairman ol the board, raid
    that one of tl factors i on-
    ti ibuting t i laat yeai rei ord re-
    iiti i- th substantial int reas
    u: Bctlvit) ol Carra i Bank'i real
    rstati financing department i"
    spit.' ol th.- tight morn > situation
    that baa generally prevailed
    throughout th. nation's economy.
    The.most elegant functions with the
    ultimate m personalized service,
    .superbcuisine, luxurious surroundings
    .. for groups of all sizes ... a standard of
    excellence that is unique to the Deauville!
    Dietary laws strictly observed under the
    supervision of Rabbi Tibor H. Stern
    CONFIRMATIONS RECEPTIONS
    WEDDINGS BANQUETS MEETINGS
    PARTIES for up to 3,500 guests
    OCEAN AT 67th ST.. MIAMI BEACH
    - Phone UN 5-8511
    BILL GOLDRING
    EXECUTIVE FOOD DIRECTOR
    *'

    w, n
    S *^a
    Z n Algiers* specialty 2
    Celt':;
    :
    J
    " HANS H. MARCUSE
    Food I Beverage Director
    2 LOUIS WITKIN
    J5 HsKn d rictel _>
    ^bMm 5316061 ^

    The world-famous Starlight Roof, or the elegant Mediter-
    ranean Room at Doral On-the-Ocean... The breathtaking
    Grand Ballroom, or the exquisite Conquistador Room at
    fabulous Doral Country Club ... These and other beautiful
    settings can be yours for weddings, banquets, receptions
    and confirmations, complemented by gourmet cuisine and
    flawless service ... in the Doral tradition.
    JXmON-Trffi-OCEAN
    Telephone Mr. Carlos Fernandez at 532-3600
    IXmGOLOTKi" CLUB
    Telephone Mr. David Kovac at 688-3600
    m
    *^S^*
    An Invitation to the Perfect Affair
    m t TMt ^*"ak
    _fj i WOrllO OU J
    CCtAN AT 4Sek ST
    MIAMI SEACH
    FOR r/HOSI WHO DEMAND THE VERY BEST!
    The must important occasions ol" your lite
    your daughter's wedding, your son's confir-
    totion, j special party tor good friends
    Cl ;rve the incomparable Eden Roc
    Dietary lavn strictly obtervad under th*
    supervision o Rabbi Tibor H. Swrn
    For meticulous .
    tention and i'/sS
    Pert counsel -^
    Please call
    OlARLOTTE
    Horn
    Catering |iirrt.,or
    IB 2-2.V.1
    M tGNIFH I NT NEW
    COTILLION kh)M
    - outstanding,
    unsurpj-.se-1 elegant
    And hfTAthtaWiofi
    the perfect
    setting for tlie final,
    num mrmoTAblc Atfurv
    YOL'RINM'lt I ION
    INVITED,


    * An isf fk ri^mr
    Friday, January l
    Ban Mitw&k
    Alan Mishael
    llltn Milsreia
    Scoff Trell
    SCOTT TKKI.:.
    Scotl son u: Mi Sai
    ol Detroit, will become Bar Mitz-
    vah a' Ti n "' n
    morning J at
    which Rabbi Mayer Abramowitz
    will officiate.
    Scott ia ; at Naul
    Junior Hi',-h Si he is
    eighth gi :
    A Kiddush "ill follow th< -
    nd there will be a reception
    imner at the Algiers Houl to
    i Si Sal .: day i veiling.
    Mrs. Esther Bushman and Mrs
    Beatrice Tr ii. Scott's erarui-
    :-s. w il! be his 1
    JACK LEVIXE
    .'ick Jeffrey, son >: Mi
    Sam Le* ne Bar
    V. : h Saturday Jan 17. al
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    TEMPLE NER TAMID
    Twelfth Annual Concert
    SATURDAY
    JANUARY
    8.15 P.M.
    17th, 1970
    IN THE MAIN SANCTUARY OF THE TEMPLE
    7902 Carlyle Ave., Miami Beach
    Featuring Cantor Edward Klein
    The Kibbutzm* Trio, directec1 by Shmuel Fersh.o
    and October Blair
    Foi furthei irformation call UN 6-8345 or UN 6-"833
    523 Arthur Godfrey Road, Miami Beach
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    corner o Coral Way and SW 22 Ave
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    Friday, January 23
    ...&4lout jPeopfe and palaces.*.
    THE LIVING END
    i was the way thai the guests described
    Marmai I Irving Casvan'B 13th wedding annivep-
    sarj Jhh*.. -H^as a NihW"W*w^wn.i ICla* I IX,
    The guests 'i'' mel by the real Tarzan ami
    Jane and helped across a little bridge to where
    cocktails \M"' served in Hawaiian Huts. You
    had to search for ill'' goodies that went with
    thf drinks. There were kegs of beer and a won-
    drous fountain where champagne flowed from
    a dove's beak. Six-foot lighted pinwheels mad.'
    flower appear on the ceiling. Big mod.
    movin I flowers made flowers appear on
    the floor and all over the big room, which was
    alive with sparkling light flowers. One end of
    this fantastic room was sit up as a forest and
    the ether as an aviary filled with cooing love
    birds. Tables for thirty or forty were set up with
    a palm tree and a mound of fantastic fruit as cen-
    ter pieces. The dinner was delicious, and music
    was pro\ ided by a rock and roll band and a jazz
    band. Lots of people were there including Mr.
    and Mis. Leonard L. AbeSS, Mr. and Mrs. Hark
    Mr. and Mrs. Hi rt Parks. Mr. and Mrs.
    Carol! Rosi nblum, Mr. and Mrs. Donald K
    Mr. and Mrs A H rberl Mathes. Chief and Mrs.
    nee, Dr. and Mrs. Jack Falk, Dr.
    . .,i Mrs. Irving Lehrman, Mr. and Mrs. Max
    1 Mr. and Mrs. Pi I. r Wolf, Mrs. I: is
    Mufson, Dr, and Mrs. Raleigh Kohen, Mi. I
    Mrs. C G ns, i id Mi an I Mrs Marwin
    the F 5a n and
    Hatti i Mis.
    Rob ii M i [oon. and Ton; I and his wife.
    ..I IT1XG TO KNOW vor
    Mo I V'al Sill had a dinner
    party at Kings Bay Country Club in honor of
    ..!ii'i Adria and her fiance, Robert
    Raskin. Adria, who looked lovely in a powder
    blue pants outfit, is home on vacation from
    Syracuse University. Robert is enrolled at Up-
    state Medical School, Luckly, Robert's twin sisti r
    ami her husband. Mr. and Mrs. Michael Urbach,
    had been in Miami for a week so they were at
    the party but their mother Mis. ('sear Raskin,
    who also lives in Albany, was snowbound nd
    ttei She asked for a snow-cheek.
    Bask spider mums and yellow di ii -
    sotting lovi ly, and the danci
    w as vi ry
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    Mr. at and Mis. Fred
    I Mis. Ai thur Rosichan, Mr
    Mrs. Herbert Bernstein, Mr. an I Irs. 1
    Wexlcr, .Mr. and Mrs. -
    Mrs Skinej Lefcourt, Mr. an.'
    Rubin, Mr. and Mrs. Michai I Suml
    Mrs. Alan Upton, Mi. and Mrs. Lewis S
    Mr. and Mrs. Harry Isaacs, the Henry Hens
    who flew 'ii from New York, Mr.
    Edward Silb rtnan, Mr. Morton Glib rl
    Mrs. Walter Falk.
    ONCE MORE DEAR FBIENDS
    The new year always stalls off just right with
    Aaron and Maivie Kanner'S annual Orangi ;
    Buffet, which has become one ol Miami's n -'
    traditional affairs. Nothing can be changed even
    a speck-from Marie's warm welcome, Aaron's
    marvelous eggnog and Mi/ "Kanner's" famous
    Cora holding her own court in the kitchen.
    People gather in their own corners and wo
    to the person who makes a mistake anil gets in
    someone else's private little nook. The i nd pla -
    at the dining room table belong to Sam ami Bea
    Blank. Lewis and Maivia Kami, i an beginning
    to act just like Aaron and Manic. Richard Kau-
    ri r was talking l I S and Mrs. Ki I M.Vi ;-.
    I.eo Ackerman was over by the coffee, b i l
    n. ver did find his Bab tte. Col. an I Mrs
    Loewenthal were with Ruth 'Mis -
    Kanner Stanley and Martha Myers
    the same time as Mr, s. Dani \t
    Hi Her and Judge and Mrs iltoi Fi
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    tabl M I Mrs. V
    Mr, an I Mrs. Leo Ch liken. Mr. and VI
    B iss, : >r. and Mi -. M. Ivin Be. ki
    . Sehwart and V -
    Nat he Caught I Herb
    Shapiro, 'he A .1 Molask
    Mi', and Mrs Marshal Stein and Mi. and Mis
    Jack Lavine. Also thi n Mr and Mrs
    Parr. Mr. and Mrs. Melvill Muroff, Rabb
    Mrs. Morris Groff, Mr. and Mrs. Sam Hciman
    Mr. and Mrs. Joe Stein, Mr. and Mrs. Leon
    i. and Mr. and Mrs. Nathan Gun,
    a iw Sylvia Lefcourt, but didn't si i S
    and Elinor Catsman, but nol Due. Like 42nd
    Sti i and Broadway, if you stood next to the
    home-mad. soonei or later every one would
    -- by.
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    will hold iii. ii Brick and
    eon Wi diii sdaj
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    Jerry Schechter, iiiki p-me Tree
    I'i.. Miami Beach. Admission to
    th.. yearly affair is by purchase
    of a brick fur tin. organization's
    building fund or by collection of
    at least $1K in a binyan box
    Cochairmen for the function an
    Mrs. Leonard Rosen, honorary
    president ol the Hebrew Acadcmj
    Women, Mrs. Joseph Shapiro and
    Mrs. Julius Rosenstein. Mrs. Louis
    Sehwart/ and Mrs. Milton Gold-
    man are members of the program
    committee of which Mrs. Pen!
    Wein and Mrs Charles Simon are
    cochairmen, according to Mrs.
    Jacob Kat/. president of the
    lb brew Academy Women.
    Tii. annual luncheon will mark
    the completion ol an eight-year
    . fi.-rt by ihe auxiliarj ol
    Greater Miami Hebrew Academy
    to raise $100,000 lor a kitchen and
    auditorium in the school located
    at L'400 Pine Tree Dr., Miami
    P.. ach.
    The affair is a highlight .1 the
    22nd Anniversary celebration of
    the Academy, which is tin- largi st
    P. brew day school in the South
    with 708 students enrolled.
    Menorafa Chapter Meets
    Menorah Chapter 101.',. B'nai
    B'rith Women, will held its regular
    meeting Tuesday at 12:30 p.m. in
    the Washington Federal. 1234
    Washington Ave., Miami Reach.
    Lillian Kevoc is president.
    Publication Of \ew
    Dictionary Announced
    Kinder! Publishers
    need th iblicat
    Dictionary, English-
    Yiddish Yiddish-)
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    in ; Homi." Tii. i ook n p-
    nsenis mans cars f painstaking
    work b> the late Aaron Berg
    who was a Jewish teacher .
    Yiddish scholar. It was edited by
    Itehe Goldb rg, and is geared es-
    pecially lor the young gem ration.
    Each hall of tlie volume con-
    tains approximately 10.000 v.
    in most cases several Bynonyms
    are Riven. The gender and plural
    form are indicated for i ach noun.
    the participle for each verb, and
    the phonetic pronunciation for
    iach word of Hebrew origin.Some
    eli mints of Yiddish grammar are
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    Combining TH JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY
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    Two Sections Price
    Israel Air Force Nation's Jewish Leaders Gather
    Strikes Objectives For 2"Dav Emergency Conference
    deep Inside Israel
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    Itc protect Lebai lai -
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    r.ich resident Hrtou
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    .i>. :-. not to
    fire on Israeli ta: gi I the
    Lestm-- border;
    | r.oi to provide militan training
    Pah ttima n fugee
    car.!*: md not 1 stablish
    i*ses in il i ai
    II I it lers
    The Cairi .. i was
    safe after si of
    betwit-i
    : ilias
    asccns-d in K-rn t.r-
    o>r regions ami ind from
    Syria, "h, Rgnt irked pro-
    rjemlla nuts Lebanese
    MugW can;;- l' mit
    aMSidon. tb ... .,.s
    The details, dis K, |.
    mtb> the Lebai .. m. r ot
    HetltD, Hifaig Muti rn re-
    portedh, mid, ; ,| .. |he in.
    stance of Public V. .. Mini*
    tw Pierre G. may, 1 in rd, to
    P' offica.. ln
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    - in the southeast area "f
    tin Mile delta and an equipm ni
    ipply station a Jabel II
    about tin-- miles from thi In-
    dusti lal suburb ol Hi iouan Is-
    i.ii ii |eta also continued their
    I iftei noon raidi oi
    tian mortar ami anti-au-
    craft gun batteries1 m the cen-
    tral and south' rn aectora of the
    Su< / Canal aone
    Two Israeli patrols in the
    B isan Valley, attacked from
    Jordanian territory, returned
    the fire and suffered no casual-
    ties Ha/ooka shells were fired
    .il Israeli positions in the Golan
    Heights near Kuncltra and seve-
    ral shells were fired at Neot
    Hakikar. south of the Dead Sea
    The lire was returned, and no
    Israi Ii casualties or dan-.au> was
    reported In either Incident
    One Israeli Jet KW shut down
    Friday during a scries of low
    Ii m I homliing and strafing at-
    tai-ks alone the Port Suec-Calro
    road and thr highway linking
    Run / i..i.it in.i on the (.nil ot
    Sner with the Nile Vallev. The
    pilot, identified an (apt. l>o\
    Petflg, XS, of Petacfi Tikvab. wan
    seen hailing out over Egyptian
    trrrltor>. The International Red
    4 real ha been aaked to locate
    him.
    Fridays air attacks were co-
    ordinated with Israeli comman-
    do radda which hit Egyptian
    targt ts uithin 37 milea of Cairo.
    Thi commariiios sabotaged t' !> -
    phone and electric power lm>-s
    along the Has /.aafarana high-
    way and launched a mortar at-
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    American J. w;sh leaden plan
    to hold an emergency confer-
    In Washington Sunday and
    Mi ti Ik* usa thi ii> i lot a-
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    *':- at l p.m with addresses by
    s. i Fred Hari is ol I iklah
    chairman of the Democratic
    Natioi C in ittei ami Hans
    J Morgenthau Andrew V-
    ol tin Southi rn < liristian Lcad-
    rslup Confen nee and 1 tr
    Franklin H. l.itteii. prominent
    Protestant tin ologian. w ill lie
    heard at the evening session.
    Monday morning. Sen. Hugh
    Scott of Pennsylvania. Repub-
    lican leader In the Senate, will
    speak.
    The drcNion by the Coafer-
    ence ni I'n shIiHis of Major
    \mi-ririin Jewish Organisation
    In go ahead with thi- twn-itav
    conference win made alter the
    group met for more than M
    minutes with Joseph Btsco, \-
    alstauH Secretary al Mate tor
    Middle East Affairs. Mr. sisro
    had proposed the closed door
    meeting which was entire!) off-
    t he-record.
    i nfi i pi mts
    ; that Mr Sisco had
    - .:.-! thoroughly docunv I
    ii-;i'i i that was the cl< ai eat a d
    most comprehensive exposition
    of America's Mideast policy
    en to dale While the Jewish
    leaders were able to understand
    the government's views, they
    did not necessary accept Mr.
    Sisco'i reasoning and justifica-
    tion of that policy.
    Jewish leaders Indicated i it
    thi Nixon Administ ation'a d ci-
    sion to hold an informal me t-
    iim and again pn sent iis \ I
    Mas evidence that Washington
    i- aware ol the fears ol Ameri-
    lewrj thai the governi i
    .- m i akening dangei out
    rt ni Israel.
    The two-da) emergencj eonler-
    rnce is rxpeeted t he the largi t
    and most representative gather-
    ing of American -Ii-wish li-ader-
    sinp sini'** tiw emergency meet*
    ing In hi during the Six-Day-
    War.
    Dr Leon Kronish, rabbi of
    Temple Il<'th Sholom of Miami
    Beach, will attend the special
    conference in Washington. D.C.
    in his capacity as national vice
    president of the American Jew-
    ish Congress.
    Milestone Decision to
    Be Delivered Friday
    JERUSALEM iJTAi Is-
    rael's Supreme Court is sche-
    duled to hand down a milestone
    decision next Friday in a case
    Involving the controversial QJUSe-
    tion of who is a Jew. Each of
    the nun justices who heard the
    arguments has written his own
    ion, JTA has learned. Al-
    together, the court's ruling is
    said to cover several hundred
    pages.
    The case uas brought beton
    Um Supreme Court a year ago
    The plaintiff is Cornmander
    itenjamm Shalit. an Israeli Navy
    officer who is suing to have his
    children registered as of Jewish
    Study Reveals Russians
    Are Distorting History
    Jews I rged To
    Join In Biafra
    Relief Effort
    Com,
    ""W on p,g, 5.A
    WASHINGTON tJTAi An
    exhaustive study of Soviet his-
    tory te.xtboks. prepared by B'nai
    Hrith researchers, charges th'
    Soviet Union with employing
    "the strategy of 1984" to ob-
    te the cultural heritagi
    and kdentit) f J>'ws not only
    isaia but all over the world.
    l:.. aurvt j submitted toda) I
    the B'nai H'nth board of gov-
    ernors meeting here, claims that
    thi 5 let Union is aV llberati y
    rting history to make J> ws
    Into "i ..ii- "
    Writti by Dr. William K
    tor of the B'nai B'rith of-
    al thi United Nations, i
    researched and documented by
    [na Schlesingar, the survey con-
    i r trated on 15 history t. si-
    booka currently in use through-
    out tin Soviet Union, all of them
    published since 1966. Thi
    thors said the ti \ts constitute
    the "sum total" tory textbooks for all primary
    and s> condary schools in the
    ian Republic. "To the \-
    tent that they are used in trans-
    lation in other Republics of thi'
    Soviet Union, they have an al-
    most nationwide impact and
    providi tin Soviet and secondary school student
    with the principal source of in-
    forrnation on the historic past."
    the survey to be published by the
    International Council of B'nai
    B'rith stated.
    It- conclusion* are that: Jews
    are rarelv mentioned and their
    lulture K ignored. The contribu-
    tions of JeWS to civilization gen-
    erally and Western culture
    s|h eificallv Is completelv dis-
    regarded; the distinctive role of
    .inti-^einitisiii in Russian and
    world hisxirv is harelv noted.
    Even the quintessence of geao-
    Cidal anti-'s>niitism the holo-
    caust ol the Nazi era is
    Continud on Paqe 6 A
    nationality although their moth-
    r is not Jewish and profess* s
    no religion.
    In Israel, matters of personal
    status an governed by religious
    : iu The c'hnt Rabbinate in-
    that the Orthodox view be
    adher-d to. It prescribes that
    a cmld is Jewish only it its
    mother was born Jewish or was
    convi rt>ii according to Orthodox
    rites at the time of conception.
    Tin ease attracted considerable
    attention here and abroad b> -
    i its outcome could upsi t
    the d' licate balance hitherto
    maintained between th< juris-
    diction ol secular and religious
    law.
    Cases brought before the Su-
    Cburt are normally heard
    by rotating pan> Is of three
    |ustices The Shalit case set a
    precedent when the original
    thr> -man h> rich referred it to
    0 panel of nine justices. Israi I's
    Supreme Court has ten mem-
    i- rs
    Vietnam And
    Mid-East Top
    Problem List
    WASHINGTON JTA' S -
    n tary of State William P.
    lingers said in a copyrighted in-
    terview in IS. News And Wor d
    Report that the Russians. Al lbs
    and Israelis opposed the new
    r.S. Middle East policy ',be-
    causi our position is fair and
    balanced." Referring to the
    American-Soviet talks on the
    Middle East, Mr. Rogers said.
    There has been some over-ill
    improvement in the relations
    I'd ween the Soviet Cnion and
    tin l'nited States in these last
    12 months."
    He listed the Arab-Israel con-
    flict with Vietnam at the top
    ol the list of the most worrisome
    foreign problems, but termed th--
    Middle Kast "very explosive"
    Mr. Rogers thought it was pos-
    ContinuM on faoe 11-A
    BULLETIN
    Til. AVIV I" their heaviest
    incursion into .Ionian in ncarlv
    rare rears, Israeli aseehaahted
    (ones have dealt Cle Arab guer-
    rillas and regular trOODS a hi aw
    blow The tank-led onslaught
    on Jordanian territory IH made
    in reprisal for repeated attacks
    on Israel's kev potash plant, lo-
    cated at Sodom.
    (Details on Page 1-B)
    Israel Week In Miami
    A number of events are scheduled to take place in the
    Greater Miami area during the Jan. 22 to Feb. 1 "Israel
    Week" which has been proclaimed here by Miami Beach
    Mayor Jay Dermer. These events, described in delail on
    Page 8-A will include:
    Jan. 26, 7:00 p.m. Evening in Israel"
    and 9:30 p.m. Miami Beach Auditorium
    Israeli entertainment, films srjeakers
    Free tickets at box orlice, El Al Office
    Jan. 31. 8:00 p.m. Israel Kibbutz Evening"
    Flamingo Ballroom
    Kibbutzniks speak o:\ kibbutzim;
    entertainment and dancing
    Free admission and refreshments
    Feb. 1.2:00 pan.'Hora Festival"
    Lincoln Road Mall
    Singing dancing, refreshments. Israeli
    arts and crafts exhibit and sale
    Free admission


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    23. 1970
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    Bond Organization Sets Record Goal

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    which ill vcloprr* ill would have
    1" ii sli.v.i r. it ;il iill pOSSibll ." and
    -i n -- it tin- iui|Kii tance of In-
    ii in. .i [si ,u l l ippoi i from
    American Jewry in ord< i to ad-
    .,.,, prospects I'n peace in the
    Middle East. "Our capacity '>
    .i.in.i firm in tin' war of attrition
    depends t" > li. at degn i .<
    < apacitj i" maintain the impetus
    il economic progress," he de-
    i laretl
    Israi I's i icisti nee has a
    Ih .m a matter oi develoj km
    building -"ii' ..i Arab hostUM
    .inn i-i attacks, Mi Sapir I
    .0.000 for 1970 9
    1
    meeting witn
    - SjPvr
    Dr. Irving Lehr-
    ' ard of g
    0n; Dr. Leon
    !o: Israel
    Mr. Sap.r, James M. Albert, ch
    :ler Miami Israel Esiid Or-
    . in leran community leader ?'. x
    Ore.i;z. win. presided at the dinner meet-
    ing, and M.chael Litvak. ex. u rtor
    I lei Bond Organization. Nearly a
    million dollars in Israel Bonds v. u
    chased at the dinner.
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    ;. '. : Miami Ji wish
    mitj i"
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    Ucipants a)
    ih. linnet I I '<
    nisi natl i iii man ol
    Robert Much. To Head
    Broth*Thood I )iimer
    the Ii lion, anil
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    role of Israel
    Ihc project!d 1
    i u In.-!i will
    ,
    "We will i
    own pi lioi i
    . this
    taxatu said ei 5
    will havi '.. tighten his i I I
    For t hi
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    Israel d< |>en la 01
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    finance Minis)
    t,, 1-! 1 Bonds "
    To Friends Of The Jewish Home
    (Douglas Gardens)
    Please Help
    Our Thrift Shop (7300 N.W. 27th Ave., Miami) urgently
    needs your help NOW.
    The Home'* costs ore sky-rocketing because of'steeply
    rising costs. 117 nurses aides, orderlies, ma ids, porters
    ond food service personnel had to be raised from $1.15
    to $ 1.50 per hour minimum.
    Thi* wage increase alone will cost the. Home on ad-
    ditional $100,000 in 1969.
    And we remind you that the Home's finoncial problems
    ore aggravated becouse it gives the top admission
    priority to the indigent 85% (188 out of 222) of our res-
    idents are public welfare recipients.
    The Home's deficit is mounting with frightening ropidity.
    The Thrift Shop, therefore, must render much greater
    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 olso be a great help by getting your neighbors,
    opartment, motel and hotel owners to contribute to tha
    Thrift Shop.
    All contributions are tax deductible.
    Phone the Thrift Shop ot 696-2101 ond orrange for our
    truck to pick up.
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    Unta"
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    23, 1970
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    Page 9-A
    ^ NOW is it* bwi tim ol yw
    . ,'ii, j'ways ,n season
    - ^/.; ......,od wonders
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    s K(10io( '' ,ound
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    ""*' .....usjioti with
    Israel s soothing sun and cool evenings never
    stop You'll tour and ccnic and shop and look -
    ye* just looking is an Israeli least you II never
    lorget' You'H water-ski and skin-dive and
    discover Not iuM Israel but yoursell Because
    so much ol you happened here m the first place
    In all the world there s one place where every
    season is fne season Where every time ol year
    is the best time of all You almost owe il to
    yourself and to Israel to go Now You ll be
    delighted you did And so will Israel
    ancient shrines, art galleries steps trom the
    Western Wall, shops lull ol lascmatmg buys
    and there not so lar. Mount Zior'
    The museums and concerts and the
    so young-looking population ol Tel Aviv doesn t
    know what an oil-season is The nightclubs and
    lestive cales and international cuisine ol Jalla.
    lace the sapphire Mediterranean every minute
    ol the year And Now they're al then liveliest
    - as always
    Join Mayor Jay Oarmar and hit party.
    Visit Israel as a member ol his personally
    escorted group Leave Miami in Marcn
    lor '5 incomparable days Miami-to Israel
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    23. 1970
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    Page 9-F
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    "'"'"" ,v fVrnold l Kane,
    r -,'. Bertha Koiilsbaia
    .^ CUtiXT
    Vnti-Pi'fa '
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    Monthly Luncheon And (lard Party At Temple Zamora
    i.n .1 good mMda) meal an- wel-
    come
    Mrs. Leah Fnedson, president
    ol Sisterhood, will greet members
    and \ Isltors from the frow n
    North. Mis. Jean Cohen and
    Max Sokoloff aw cochairmen of
    tin- day. Committee is comprised
    nl Mis nilda Flaum, Mrs. Irving
    Gordon, Mis Max Marko, Mrs.
    Tempi'" Zamora Sisterhood as
    to hold its monthly luncheon ami
    card party in the Temple's audi-
    torium Thuraday, at 11:30 a.m.
    Businessmen who Hke t<> drop in
    No Danger Seen In Use
    Of EMet Delifiii!** Foods
    Estclle Moakowitz, Mrs. Harry
    I'm. sick and Mrs. Rose Rosin
    Mrs. Nat Goldy will serve on the
    wi looming committee.
    Put Delight canned fruits, Jams
    ., Ufa s in continue In full
    supply m groceries everywhen
    with the same drllciousl} sweet
    tasti th.it has made Die! l> America's favorite name for tow-
    calork flavor, according to an an-
    nounci m nl mad- by Robert I.
    i .ii son, I >i-t I"*. light pi 1 sidi
    inj inform
    \.. ith the M < nt on cyc-
    lamati by the is Di partn
    ,t Health, Education and Welfare,
    -.111!
    Mr Gibson pointed "'it that the
    average adult would have to eat
    1 :\ Ings ot Diet D light
    U ever] rl : 711 1
    mat mil-
    Ion 1 cyi Ian ati
    wit
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    Continuing its custom of month-
    is loclali. thi- Zamora Sisterhood
    members, their husbands ami fri-
    1 ..i'.s are united to a gala cocktail
    party, frames and fun niirht. at
    the home of Mrs. Dorothy Gn-en-
    b. rg, BB30 SW -'Oth St.. at 8 pm.
    Saturday. In rhaic of the event
    are the rice presidents ol fund-
    raisinK. Mrs. Rose Dnwilow. Mrs.
    Irvblg Davidow and Mrs. Many
    Pinesick. An unusual program is
    iilanmd with the participation of
    the Temple Men's Club, ResefVa-
    ir-m-nny be mmtoa4*^MBbig me
    ti mole office.
    Proceeds of the Henrietta Szold Founders'
    Dcy Luncheon held by the Mcrtcn Towers
    Grourj cf Hadassah ;n the Aimers Hotel re-
    cently were earmarked for the Hadassah
    Medical Center in Israel. Pictured at the
    event are (from left) Cyrel Dane, ticket cha:r
    ;.: Tcby Schachter, chairman, and pre
    lidium presidents Augusta E. Mentz enc
    R he! Brody. Guest speaker at the fund-
    raising luncheon was Judge Zev. W. Kogan
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    1970
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    them if the ransom was not paid. George Wa*
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    have a navy or abandon foreign commerce." So thi.
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    ""\w+ m both directions, Halm Laskov. director of
    "i- Israel Ports Authority has declared. "It is not
    vet too late for Israel to convert the Eilat-Ashdod
    land bridge into a substitute for the Suez Canal."


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    was Mrs. Joseph Hoffman,
    whosi i loor li ngth go n v. as in
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    in a nost unusual gown made
    iron: an Obi from China -
    had "i a number ol j
    the fabrics of which was hand-
    woven in gold, burnt amber and
    black. She had the gown desig-
    ned in Ni w York, in an oriental
    nmiii with a jacket which was
    symetrically closed with s"'1'
    h .ii frogs.
    M v Alexander Gross chose
    black and white as her color
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    i uffs both edged in gold braid.
    Mrs. J( rome Cavell was another
    who win'1 a custom designed
    ii, i daughti i i- a well
    known designer In Mexico
    known as "Dolon s ol Mi xico."
    The gown was in black, gold,
    pink brocade, w ith the nc ck-
    line and sli eves cut out "t the
    de \\ itliui.t any scam work.
    The intricate sin vi s were most
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    tl motif in om pieci an I
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    and blue. A matching e.....
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    lace was from Japan, Her moth-
    er, Mrs. Harold Shapiro, chose
    i w hite and silver bi ocade in a
    sw irl motil 11. r floor length
    g u ti had a scooped neckline.
    Mrs. George Kimmel chose
    charcoal and silver as her color
    combination. Tin- pattern in her
    brocade gown was swirled with
    silver. Jeweled trim was en-
    crusted around the collar anil
    plunging deep V neckline. Mrs.
    Carl Brandes wore a sleeveless
    sllevr brocade formal with a soft,
    hiirh rolled cowl neckline. Mrs.
    Gerald Spoltcr was seen In a
    gold satin pants the
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    cuffed An Orii ntal
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    sequins whieh matched the print.
    Mrs. Jacob Kat2 chose a yel-
    low >iik ensemble, with sl<
    ss cpaj -i" wing the suit pleat-
    ing of the chiffon sleeves ol her
    ,l,,ss. Both the neckline and the
    euffs on her sleeves were jewel-
    ed. Mrs. Emma Rattner si lecb a
    an ombred magenta and cold
    ensemble, from Hong K
    which had a cowl neckline and
    si If-covered buttons down the
    front.
    A gold, silvi '"'"
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    worn by Mrs. Rosi Hochstim.
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    classic oriental styling with
    frog-< losing and braceli t-length
    sleevi Mrs. Sidn s Raffli was
    in a gold brocade gown
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    a- m a :' woven
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    I with a jeweled collar and
    ji u, led buttons. Mrs. All \ Mil-
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    Friday, January 23
    *, Ianl
    Members of the Teehnton Dinner Committee, planning for
    the annual dinner to be held March 7 a! the Fontatnebleau
    Hotel included, from left, (seated) Judge Herbert Shapiro,
    Jncob Riflan, president. Dr. Franklin Williams. E. AiDert
    Pallet, chairmen, end Scm Upton; 'standing Joseph Lipton.
    Cy Blumenthal. S-.uart S. Borovay. RichardII. Goodman.
    Harrv Dejor. Abraham Grunhut. M. A. Baskin. lack.Kate-
    man,'Sam Redlich, Maurice Hertz, Irving Uetsman. Edward
    H. Vcjda and Jack Harris.
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    of history textbooks written in
    the nati\ lai suas
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    Latvia, Eatona an
    Tht : sions apply to
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    B'nal B'rith stadj Indicate* thai
    the proportl.....i tmcrtcan Jew-
    ish xi'iith iihu go to college
    Blaj I"' as liil.ll an alxillt
    twin- the estimated national
    average. TV study, coaducted
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    munal leader Marshall S. Har-
    ris, who has been reeler'^d as
    vice president of the Jewish
    Occupational Council, interna-
    tional coordinating body of the
    Jewish vocational services.
    (< nnliniii'i! Inn.i I' igr ]\\\
    tack "!' an Egj I i
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    Irnm < aim that President Y,J
    M-r is pontttttonlng the I iptial
    |'*-i>|i|i- ti expert Israeli .11r rtil
    in edge i Inner I" < siro. Th
    |iaper reported thai g
    and capea are liclng issued ;j
    i,,\ woi kera and i r w-i |
    raid drills are I1.111- held In |ir.J
    pare residents ol Ihe > i
    their flrsl real contact with aa;|
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    THE JEWISH NATIONAL FUND OF GREATER MIAMI
    /Mourns the Death of
    ROSE FRIEDBERG
    Beloved Wife of
    MAYSHIE FRIEDBERG
    "May the Almighty Comfort Him Among the Mourners in lion"
    and may he find consolation in redoubled efforts on behalf of
    Israel-the People and the State.
    RABBI IRVING LEMRMAN
    Chairman ot JNF Foundation
    RABBI MAYER ABRAMOWITZ
    Chairman jnf Ei-cutive Boird
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    Friday, January 23,
    Miami Observing "Israel Week" Jan. 22 to Feb.
    . .. :n ~i~ ,..,, \ I,i nil nrtc ar\A ...
    I-.aeli entertainment, singing,
    dancing, bazaars, lectures and
    fiims are all part of "Israel Week"
    in Miami which will be held from
    Jan. 22 through Feb 1 to celebrate
    tht spirit of Israel and bring Is-
    rael closer to the minds and hearts
    ol Miamians. The festivities of
    thi~ special week will show the
    public the bright, exuberant side
    Ol the Israelis, an aspect which
    is nequently overlooked in the
    new*.
    Throughout the week many
    functions with an Israeli flavor
    will be held, to which all of Miami
    and Miami Beach is invited. The
    activities of "Israel Week" will
    involve people of all ages from
    children to college students to the
    elderly and be held at con-
    do.-.iniums. temples, at the I'ni-
    \ lity of Miami and at the Miami
    Ecach Auditorium.
    Coming to Miami Beach for "Is-
    rael Week." proclaimed by Mayor
    Jay Dermer. who will be an hon-
    otary guest at the major events
    will be the entertainer George
    Jc ssel. and the Israeli singing star
    Malka. Rabbi Shmuel Nathan, who
    is the director and advisor of
    Special Activities of the Israel
    Ministry of Tourism in Jerusalem,
    will also give a series of lectures
    during the week in behalf of the
    Israel Government Tourist Office.
    The three main events which the
    sur.eral public will attend are:
    An 'Evening In Israel" will be
    presented at the Miami Beach
    Auditorium Monday. Jan. 26. at
    7 and 9:30 p.m. The two shows will
    feature George Jessel and Malka.
    In addition. Rabbi Nathan will
    give a talk on Jerusalem and the
    award winning film "Speaking of
    I Israel" will be shown. Free tickets
    are available at the bo\ office, at
    the El Al Office, hotels, travel
    agents, condominiums, and res-
    , taurants.
    An "Israel Kibbutz Evening"
    will be held in the Student I nion
    Building 'Flamingo Ballroom i of
    the University of Miami Saturday
    Jan. 31. at s p.m. The program will
    include a kibbutznik speaker an.'.
    a panel cf kibbutzniks to dis -
    and answer questions ,-i!>>:t com-
    munal living. Malka will sing at
    the conclusion of the .!:>,
    and 1- ad a group-sing and group
    Hora dancing.
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    On the following day. Sun I ij
    F. b. 1st. at the Lincoli R 11 Mall
    a massive, gala Hora Festival
    climaxing "Israel Week" will b.
    h. Id. Miamians will be taught 11
    dance the Hora by specl
    groups of Israeli folk dancers and
    Sharers and Malka will also sing. | Israeli arts and craft- anl J
    The festivities will begin at 2 p.m. .delicacies will be on display]
    v i continue until 6 p.nr Various I lor sale at the Festival
    ITS ISRAEL WEEK
    IN MIAMI!
    Helpful Tips For Travelers
    into Israel. American and skirts, one or two dresses for pints, (other alcoholic bey.
    e Canadian citizens need a valid formal wear, overshoes, rain hat. not exceeding 1.33 pints)
    it U.S. and Canadian citi- walking shoes, and a bathing suit, or cigars not exceeding A*
    a tourist via (valid Men should include a raincoat, oi 250 cigarettes Gifts up to M
    o.-ershoes and rain hat. sports jac- in value c.i.t. (including assorted
    k.t. slacks and walking shoes for foodstuffs not exceeding 10 kgs
    touring, a business suit for formal or 22 lbs. in weight),
    occasions, and a bathing suit. The following articles may be
    Clothes for all occasions may also brought in on condition ol re-
    be purchased in Israeli shops. export, if they are portable and
    The following articles may be actually in use
    brought into Israel by each adult
    tourist without payment of duty,
    provided they are for personal use
    and are brought in on the boat or
    plane on which he arrives: Eau
    de Cologne or perfume not exceed-
    pi ;>or
    zt ns receive
    foi three monthsi free of charge
    i arrival in Israel.
    II you have been a resident of
    the United States. Canada, oi
    I. :ro|>e for more than 14 days
    to your visit to Israel, you
    ar< not required to show a small-
    pox vaccination certificate. Hovv-
    your home country may re-
    quire one for your return.
    Ladies planning to travel be-
    tw een November and March
    !d pack a warm coat and rain-
    i t. woolen suits, sweater, blouses Ing 0.44 pints, wine up to 1.33
    Rabbi Nathan Associated
    With Tourism Ministry
    Rabbi Shmuel Nathan, who cur- tourism in 1948. when he was B] -
    y is touring the United States pointed director of the Jerusalem
    r the sponsorship of the Is-
    ra Governmini Tourist Offici
    branch of the Tourist Office, hi
    became director of the Tourist
    Servic Department in 1950 and
    served in that capacity until he
    his present position in
    I960
    Rabbi Nathan, a native of Ger-
    5 obtained his theological de-
    from the Jewish Theological
    inary in Breslau. He settled
    In Nad in 1939 and continued his
    s at the Hebrew University.
    In 1941 he volunteered for serv-
    ice with the British RAF and
    :, I as a Jewish Chaplain with
    the RAF until 1947.
    After his n li ise from the RAF
    ome private secretary and
    offici i to I. Ben Zvi. the
    esident of the Jewish National
    .1 who later became Presi-
    lent : the State of Israel, and
    rvice with the Israel De-
    Forces during the siege of
    . in 1947-48.
    a value of S100. binoculars, cam-
    eras '2 ordinary and 1 movie'
    sound recorder, typewriter, sports
    equipment (including _' tennis rac-
    kets), phunograph. radio, profes-
    sional implements, musical instru-
    ments, baby carriages, bicyi
    camping equipment. 24 plat.
    10 rolls of film for ordin irj
    cami ras, I" reels ol nun ii film.
    i iccessoi ies in i ason i
    quantii ii s 73 I yards ol record
    tape or wire, and a reasonable
    quantity of re< ling 10
    new mes.
    Tourists a: e permitted to pa;
    for a;, servii an I purchases ii
    S irs. All transact
    rried >ut at th
    ol xchange 111. 1.30 to SI
    il [on ign
    , ; nks
    N i shop or lervii is
    pel led to 8 ept foreigi
    how. ver. thus the tourist may be
    required to pay in Isra<
    On leaving the country, the to .. si
    may reconvert a
    IL.105 ($30'.

    RABBI SHMUEl NATHAN
    Rabbi Nathan, chairman of the
    Veshurun Central Svnagogue in
    is director and advisor of Special Jerusalem and honorary secretary
    ActJvitks of the Israel Ministry ; o. the Israel Institute of Talmudi'c
    oi Tourism in Jerusalem. Publications, and his wife are the
    F rst associated with Israel parents of three children.
    Jerusalem Visit A
    Family Experience
    JERUSALEM, Israel Few
    F' le can readily forget their
    first contact with this unique
    city. For some lucky people the
    Visit, in addition to being spiritual-
    ly inching, has served as a means
    of educating their children to the
    s- -. and commitment of Judaism.
    These are the people who each
    year make their visit to Jerusalem
    a :amily experience. They bring
    their children and together dis-
    cover the wonders of the old city
    cf Jerusalem, the impressive struc-
    tures of the Kiriya (Government
    Center i and the nature of the con-
    temporary people of Israel.
    The children come away with
    a greater awareness of the faith
    ft their fathers, and because chil-
    dren refuse to be isolated in tour
    buses or hotels and insist on strik-
    ing up conservations with total
    strangers, the communication is
    easier and the experience of the
    parents is also enriched.
    Israel is a young country, and
    touring this land with your chil-
    , dren makes it even more meaning-
    ; ful both for you and your child.
    Mclka, who will be appearing
    here during Israel week, start-
    ed her career in her native Is-
    rael, at the age of seven, ap-
    pearing in children's theater
    and later starring in motion
    pictures. She has performed in
    her own Canadian Broadcast -
    ' ing Corporation network TV,
    show "World of Music", num-
    erous TV specials and a week
    ly CBC radio show called
    "Holiday". Her television cred-
    its include several appear-
    ances on the Johnny Carson
    Show and television specials
    I on the British Broadcasting
    Corporation, the Israeli Broad-
    casting network, the major
    United States networks, and
    | many other countries.
    "EVENING IN ISRAEL*
    Mio-ii Beach Auditorium
    Monday, Jan. 26- 7 and 9:30 P.M.
    SPECIAL GUEST STAR
    GEORGE JESSEL
    THE ISRAELI SINGING STAR
    MALKA
    RABBI SHMUEL NATHAN Speaking on Jerusalem
    The Award Winning Motion Picture
    M
    SPEAKING of ISRAEL
    AND GREETINGS
    FROM MAYOR JAY DERMER
    ** TICKETS AVAILABLE AT:
    El Al OFFICE, LOCAL HOTELS CONDOMINIUMS,
    TRAVEL AGENTS. JEWISH ORGANIZATIONS, BANKS,
    RESTAURANTS AND THE MIAMI BEACH AUDITORIUM.
    FIRST COME. FIRST SERVED.
    "HORA FESTIVAL"
    Enjoy yourself!
    Come Sing! Come Dance the Hora!
    Sunday, Feb. 1st
    Starting at 200 P.M. at tha
    700 Block-Lincoln Road Mall
    Cpecial Guest Star MALKA
    IIESRCW ACADEMY CHOIR
    YMHA DANCERS
    C" M. ISRAELI DANCERS
    MIAMI BEACH H.5. BAND J
    NE5TY DANCERS
    HASHACHAR DANCERS
    C 7-!A ISRAELI FOLK DANCERS
    C::CIAL INSTRUCTIONS FOR ISRAELI FOLK DANCING.
    A HOST OF OTHER SURPRISES, GUESTS, CONTESTS,
    ICRAELI FOOD DELICACIES. ARTS AND CRAFTS FOR SAlt
    COMMUNAL LIVING?
    Israel Kibbutz Evening"
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    Saturday, Jan. 31 8:00 P.M. Ronanae ftaboom
    KIBBUTZNIKS SPEAK OUT ON UMUTZ UVMS
    COMMUNAL DANCING?
    S? Itra.ll Singing Star: MQiKQ
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    Ffaa Admission ond Refrcih.mar.ts
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    Karen Wexler Now Mrs. B. Shelomith
    MM. PAUL C. BROWH
    Minette Hal pern,
    Paul G. Broun
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    Mini tte H ilpei n nd P il G.
    ] exchanged their
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    --.. dent at the Univ< rsitj of Miami
    - dent of her
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    husband, who is ilso enrolled at
    the L*ni\ ersit> M ni. Is the son
    i Mr an > V No nai B >wn >'
    Coral Gables. H.' a'so obt iirv d his
    >ma from Coral Gables Senior
    High School, and they both o\\>cc-
    1 graduate from the university in
    June.
    Mr and Mrs Brawn will live in
    S.mth Miami after a honevmnon
    cruise to San Juan. Puerto Rico.
    and St. Thomas, V.I.
    Rabbi Leon Kronish officiate i ll
    the 6 p.m. ceremonies in the Beau
    Rivage Hotel. Bal Harbor. Sunday.
    j m 18, which united Karen Wex-
    ler and Barry Shelomith in mar-
    riage. A reception followed at the
    hotel.
    The bride, who graduated from
    Miami Norland Senior Hich School
    and attended Miami-Dade Junior
    ge. is the daughter of Mr. and
    Mrs. Louis Wexler, 17120 NW 11th
    Ave Her husband also graduated
    from Miami Norland Senior High
    School before attending the Uni-
    versity of Miami. His parents, Mr.
    and Mrs. Isaac Shelomith, make
    their home at 1^00 San Souc;
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    Mr. and Mrs. Shelomith will
    tour Florida on their honeymoon,
    after which they will make their
    home in North Miami.
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    Avlva Chapter, which currently
    . ndi ctinc a to ir-days-a wi i k
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    The Ambaaaa Ion >>i the fee Bill
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    -Jewish FloirMitain
    Tin]
    FloniJ Friday. January 23, 1970
    Section B
    Community Launches
    1970 CJA-IEF Drive
    Major Haid On Jordan Bases
    ^nrisal For Sodom Attacks
    ReiJ
    \ wday
    Bx Special Keport
    ^yiV [si i I'a defense
    - the Jordan
    th throughout
    niffht nd most o( Wed-
    n prisal at-
    pins! A rrilla
    Dead Sea
    i. infantrj
    I repor"
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    least 1
    u I
    five
    v I
    deep into Jordan In an attempt
    tn destroy the bases from which
    the guerrillas were operating.
    Meanwhile. Israel's Foreign
    Minister AWa ESban called on
    the United States to renew de-
    mands for faee-to-facc neg
    tions in the Pour-Power talk-.
    on the Middle E ist
    Mr l loan, addt i ising Journal-
    ists hi Jerusalem, said Air*
    had beer "repi itedlj outmanu-
    evered by the S t\ let Union in
    discussions on the Arab-Israeli
    crisis since the June, 1967 S \-
    Day War
    The reported failure of an at-
    tempt to overthrow the govern-
    ment in Iraq Wednesday, conDled
    with new internal Strife in Leb-
    aro 'ii Indicated 1st lei is con-
    tinuing to gain in its new shift
    to psychological warfare.
    Reports from neutral corres-
    pondents Ii 'iv ing i' bis we k
    indicated th Israeli air strikes
    the l- >'i tian c ipit il an I
    i '.r:o ilrpori h I it the
    war home to civilians in the
    United Arab Republic
    A large turnout la expected
    Saturday night at the Deauville
    Hotel wh< n General Yitzhak
    Rabin, Israel's Ambassador to the
    United States, launches the 1970
    Combined Jewish Appeal Israel
    I mergency Fund campaign of the
    1.1i.iter Miami Jewish Federation.
    All high-rise buildings, trades
    and professions have been involved
    in order to make this affair a
    success, Robert Russell, general
    campaign chairman, declared.
    Milton Weiss, president of the
    Greater Miami Jewish Federation,
    Commented, "This affair is for the
    entire Greater Miami Jewish com-
    munity. It is a sign of our com-
    munity's growth and continuing
    pledge of our support to the thou-
    sands of Jews throughout the
    world and In Israel who are in
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    Sen. Edward Kennedy To Speak Feb. 5
    At American Medical Center Luncheon
    Senate majt >rit> whip Edv ir '
    M Kenned} Democrat ft
    M ssachusi its. will hi I
    nest it 12 13 p m F
    luncheon it the Fonl
    Hoti I, dui Ing which th< Joseph
    P Kl tin- 'I M>iri>i ial 1 a
    iieh I.nt .itatoi at the
    Amei ican Medical < "entt i at
    I >. nver t ill be de licated.
    Ann unc 'n ent ol Si n Ki n-
    11 S' > II
    Cat bet Min R ich, n ition-
    ol tht
    \l i .,; ner, ch irm in ol the
    i- ird an l pn : of the
    i' ii ner Bank ol M an I a I
    is ;, the Miami Be ich
    Symphonj Orche
    Sen Kenned) will fl> here fro n
    W ishington '>> take pai I in the
    luncheoh, ind rem iln to
    ticipate in a Democral i Nat i
    a! Commit'ei lint u I !
    at th' F mt lineble u 'hat i
    Miami city c imn
    who
    eh.hi m in ot the I
    fund '
    th. .\ en in Med il C
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    1! idq lartei [01 th An
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    lun 'heon i cat rvatioi na
    m .! there n tht i
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    Rabin Guest On Ch. 7*s
    Florida Forum Sunday
    Th. threat of another all-oul
    war in the Middle Hast as the
    result of Israels stepped-up air
    attacks in Egypt will l discussed
    Sunday when l.t. Gen. Yitzhak
    Rabin, Israel's ambassador to the
    r s is guest on WCKT Ch. T's
    aw ird-winning Florida Forum.
    Panelists tor the show, to be
    Hied at t> p.m. in color, will be
    J ick Kassi wltz. chiel editot ial
    writer for The Miami News, news-
    ..<. i c, ..i -. Skim r, and poli-
    i| i rn nl isl I r. Turn Wood,
    ii man o( i'mv rsity of Miami's
    Government Department Modera-
    i will be Ti m Miller.
    i ign w ill raise
    Mr Russt II said that for 197"
    the CJA-IEF drive has set a goa
    irf $5,700,000 in order to meet I
    bare minimum requirements of
    local, national ami overseas
    igi i.. ies
    The Federation's local agencies
    Include the Bureau of Jewish Edu-
    cation, Communit) Chaplaincy
    Service, Hlllel-Unlverslty of Mia-
    mi. Jewish Family and Children's
    Service, Jewish Home for the
    Aged, Jewish Vocational Service,
    Mount Sinai Hospital. Immigra-
    1 t.on and Naturalization Service of
    National Council of Jewish Wo-
    men, and the IM-YWHA of Great-
    . : Miami.
    Beth Raphael To
    Honor Rosenthal
    Congregants and many comm
    nity leark rs an expected t'i attt i '
    the Beth Raphael Tribute B
    Quet, at 7:30 p.m. Saturday, Jai
    31, in the Fontainebleau Hotel
    sponsored by the Jewish Nati
    Fund, at which Harry Rosei
    vu-e president of the temple wi
    i< honored.
    Abrahan Salomon, executive
    vice president of the Jewish Na-
    t'l'tial Fund of America will be
    the guest speaker; Tova Ronni,
    who is known as "the song bird
    of Israi I." will !* the guest artist
    Special hosts for the evei
    will ii Miami Beach Mayor Ja>
    1 > i un r, v. ho is president ol th
    .ii wish National Fund ol I in it
    '. iml, Rabbi David Raab
    Cantor Saul H Breeh.
    Farband Luncheon Leaders Named
    New Interfaith T\
    Program on Ch. 4
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    \ ith inlel Sorofl and Di Sim m
    Wilensky, honorary vice ch ilrmen:
    , vii i ; Ullch and Sender Wolson
    secret iri' Hannah v. inei n
    cording wcretary: P <"
    . ,,!- i Members Israel Finkel
    .1 ick Pilosof, Samuel G ilfond and
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    which held nning meet- Joseph P
    - on .' Committee Members Sam Bsrke.
    mate and Maurice Forer, Mayshle Friedberg,
    i: Leon / Sanh
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    Feldstein Abi F h
    ham Fraidlin, S ir ih Gertz
    G h-on \1 lyer G .1 Isteln. M
    i; .ffman, i i> Maltn Juli is Nad !
    Phillip Nashkin. Sam N ishkin
    Leon Orenstein, Mori.- Orenstein
    Victoi Roskin Harry 5
    Joshua '/ Stadl in, Simon Ti t< n-
    baum, Abraham Warshaw, Raj
    Weiaberg and Jerome Y.-slier are
    on the Board of Directors
    Attendii
    'ng the Farband Labor Zionist Divi-
    sion meeting In the Board Room of the
    heater Mi.
    lirst
    in the Board Room of
    liami Jewish IFede'.alion were
    tow) Joseph P. Zuckerman. chairman
    ne Division. Jerome Yesner. Samuel
    Mond- Abraham Fraidlin and Lesser Bige;
    (second row) Sol Rosenberg. Leon Orenstein.
    Joseph Reminick. Moris Orenstein. Julius
    Nadel. Leon April. Moris Hoffman, and
    Sender M. Kaplan, representing the Greater
    Miami Jewish Federation.
    >| : of Greatet
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    i I that th<
    nic.il As
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    Sun --> ml
    program, calk '
    The First Est ite" > refen it
    will h ive i rabbi prii -t
    an 1 minister ippi a ring together to
    Hal igue with i pn minent gu si
    on significant issues ol the day
    The sp msoi In is groups
    ire'i'de the Rabbinical Association
    of Greater Miami the Archdiocese
    of Greater Miami, and the Metro-
    politan Fellowship of Churches.
    The program is an outgrowth of
    the popular TV program, "Man
    ,, Man" seen for the past five
    years on Ch 2 Negotiations are
    ., -i pi ogress to have the h ilt
    program n bro ide isl on "h
    2 it an evening hour during th"
    week
    Scheduled for the first pi -
    Ii -School Desegn gallon." with
    Holmes Braddock, chairman of the
    Dade Count) School Board a
    si and Rev. Luther C. Pierce.
    ci nsultanl for the Florid i Chapter
    of the National C inference ol
    Christiana and Jews: Rabbi Sol
    Land iu, Beth D i\ Id I 'ongregation:
    p.,v Albert R Schmidt, dace
    Lutheran Church, and Father John
    Vereh. Monslgnor Pace Hi [h
    School, participating
    Kit) Is topic. "Religion and
    Social IsBues." will be discussed
    t>v guest. Rabbi \brah im Joshu i
    Heachel of the Jewish Theol i
    Seminary, and Re\ Pierce, mod-
    erator; Rabbi Irving Lehrman.
    Temple Emanu-El, Re^ \
    Schmidt, (".race Lutheran Church,
    Augustine Church.
    ind Father .lame- BriggS St.
    "Religion and t iin Problems"
    - the topic for Keii B Guest will
    he Rev. James C Strmm, F\pld
    | -epresentativc Urban missions,
    United Methodist Church. R -v
    1 Pierce, will moderate. Rahhi
    i "hurch w ill p irtic | '
    On Feb 15, test P iuI :.
    D Countj l
    Contni H rd, ind
    K v Lutl '. Pierc Re\ R
    a c itholic pi it t
    \ a lii -' of Gt
    VI Max A
    . t; ol Beth Torah <
    I will disc iss "Religion
    Climate C'W-'
    Temple Sinai Of
    Hollywood's Third
    Forum on Monday
    Temple Sinai, 1-01 Johnson St.,
    Hollywood will present the third
    Forum In its s. rles discussi
    "burning and relevant Issues of
    our limes" Mundav evening at
    it in the Haber Karp Hall.
    A discussion ': "Sc n. the New
    Mi ralit\ and How it atf. cts
    Jew i--h a 1 ol l ail will t' gh
    bj a pain l nf prominent physii i 11 -
    i.om oui 11 1 mho will describe on
    hew this in w moralit) affects
    their practice on a da) -bj -daj
    ( until vv Ith their patii 1 ts
    Dr. Alfred Rosenthal, inti 1
    v ill be the moderator; the follow-
    ing doctoi- will participate I)r
    Howard A hi.list, internist: Dr.
    (: 1 don l' vei psychiatrist: Dr
    Philip Li v in, pediatrician; Dr.
    Robert Pitted, pediatrician; I>;
    Arthur Stillman psychiatrist, and
    Di Norman Wrubel, gynecologist.
    Mrs Joan Self Levi. the social 1 is
    worker for the Jewish Family
    Service will also participate in
    tin panel, ai.it gh will talk BOO '
    the problems sin is faced with in
    her worl of tins new
    Moralits
    Rabbi David Shapiro will con-
    . lude the 11 nuu ks, pn si ntin
    Jewish view on this tuple Mrs.
    Miriam Schmerler, educat
    rector of Temple Sinai is th 1
    ordlnator of the program, which
    will allow time for questions from
    and
    the
    Francis | Forum.
    Herbert Baumijard. Temple Beth the audience. A social hour
    \m: Rev. AH>ert Schmidt, and, rrfreshments will follow
    Father Oliver Kerr. St.


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    Staged a stormy demonstration
    outside the Knesset building
    when- the deputy leader of the
    British Labor arty, George
    Brown, was visiting. The demon-
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    home ol Foreign Minister Abba
    Ktxin where Mr. Brown was to
    dine One of them told JTA
    thai they would ask the British
    official td receive a delegation.
    The Israeli Foreign Ministry
    ' vetted that Israel is still wait-
    ing for word from Lagos regard-
    ing its offer to send relief to
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    fershkos To Present
    Program At Academy
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    I 9 illivan TV S
    m Hour, and ii i
    and 11 ell ill
    vim 11' Cana la, M< nil o
    South Arm i le i
    Plans for the new junior hi ;h school build-
    ing ol the- Great) H Drew Academy
    were unveiled at the Miami Beach institu-
    tion's 22nd annual scholarship dinner ct
    the Deauvi le Hotel. The new structure will
    be built across Pine Tree Drive frcm the
    main campus, and will permit the Acaderrv
    to expand from its current 70S students to
    1.000 stun-nts by 1971. The Weishaus G
    High School, affiliated wuh the Heb-
    Academy. also will be housed in the new
    building, which will cos: en estimated
    S400.000.
    Ticket! nfon
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    was honoied at the Deauville Hotel function
    attended by moie than 1,000 person.?, Rot I
    . chairman, and Mr.
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    Association Sponsors
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    strating the lausi ti-cfchiqu s
    emergency can* of tru* r-w*rr: en-
    titled "Heart Attack! What Can
    You Do?". ill t).' presented Mon-
    day, ai 7:30 p.m. in t;.< Coral Ga -
    Films Showing At
    Wometco Theatres
    "The Computer Wore Tennis
    Shoes." a Wilt Disnov comedv. and
    the featurette "It's Tou^h to Be a
    Bud" were t > open Tliuridiy at
    the Miami. Miracle. 163rd Street
    Tvin '-' :ind P!m Springs Thea-
    tres; "Oh! What a Low! War"
    which has : V." rating is at the
    Mayfair and Sunset Theatres.
    At the Twin l-TV.de!and. and
    Boca Raton is "Butch Cassi.iy and
    th. Sundance Kid" (M>: "The Cay
    k eivers" (R" is at the Park i-ai
    th( Surf i< showing "Marry Me
    Marry Me" lM>: "A
    Kings'" iRi is at the Hal tn I
    At the Byron Theatre. "G-i
    Marooned" :< in its sixth week:
    The Arrangement" ''
    v. day ai the Norm mdv. Oh
    5 Sun I in I Gables and Cir-
    . I'lr itn -
    Both id i' '' C ii
    \ i) 27th Avenue ind N >rth An-
    il a. Drive-Ins are rated "R"
    Ba 5 Love" and "S Heav-
    en and He!!' began th ir r ns
    \\ ednesday.
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    I at LeJcune b> the Heart
    \sij iatton of Greater Miami
    thi i --.-. th; cooperation of the
    . Gal l ^ Federal Savings and
    Loan Association and the Coral
    Gables Times. Janus 15. Hal'., exe-
    i utive director, has anno meed.
    How you can tell when a heart
    attack is occurring and what you
    should do will be explained by
    -anel members Dr. James R. Jude,
    Dr. Jim C. Hirschman, Dr. Arthur
    L. Kaufman and Dr. Leonard S.
    Sommer. Moderator will be Wil-
    I .rilfith, publU- affairs directoi
    :1 VVCKT iCh. 71. who is a vice
    president of the IIoart Association
    and chairman of its Public Educa-
    tion Committee.
    Mrs. Peter C. Zanetti, 33. of
    ME 21st Ave.. North Miami
    Biach, has been selected as 1970
    ;: art S in laj chairman (or Dade
    I Monroe Counties. Thomas J.
    Kill.-. General Campaign Chair-
    man of the Heart Association of
    Gnat.r Miami, has announced.
    A Special Invitation to:
    PRESIDENTS&TREASURERSOF
    GROUPS.CLUBS.ASSOCIATIONS
    To plan an enchanting
    evening with:
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    3 Hours of Music, Comedy
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    whale ol a ic ess Is i lanro I
    an audience of 800 at '
    Springs Villas Feb. 27 during
    11, art Month. Fashions will !> OJ
    Sak's Fifth Avenue, coordli '
    and commentat - Mrs. Charles Emerson and Mrs.
    Martin Stein are two ol Mrs
    Sl evens' key cohorts
    show. Mrs. Emerson is hati I
    reservations; Mrs. Stein is in
    charge of the raffle which v.;
    hi l.l in conjunction with the -
    Two other committee mi l
    Mrs. Robert Venney, who is in
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    the lett< rs of 1 I lebi
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    the Easl d ii ing the atrociti< s
    they suffered -h the tin
    time "i the Black Plague in the
    Hth cenl I ook with them the
    language of their oppressors
    eserved it while at the -
    time adding words from the lands
    of ilv n r:i u emironment I. I
    whin the Jews of Russia
    Poland fled the East thej I
    tage with linn- .'.
    loschei i their mother-ton]
    mgi that in the i
    if its cri Gern mj Yi I
    si has haiilly i>> en ki
    : iring the last cenl
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    ts: i Sol Landau r; \ -i P..
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    Ten tables
    Jan. *.% Tl Sti S ...
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    Rabbi Leo Jung, left receives a scroll for distinguished
    service from lack D. Weiler. chairman of the National
    Council of the Joint Distribution Committee, at the
    55th Annual Meeting of the JDC in New York. Rabbi
    Jung, who has been the spiritual leader of The Jewish
    Center in New York since 1921, was honored for his
    Sfrvices on the JDC Cultural and Religious Committee
    fo: over four decades.
    BETM RAPHAEL (TEMPLE. IMS CONGREGATION ETZ CHAIM. '542
    Jefferson Avc. Conservative. Rabbi
    David Raab. Cantor Saul Breeh. 20
    , m Out-Hi .
    /-v \\ In SU
    III !. .- u' -
    HAVT SHALOM CONGREGA.
    - TION. 995 SW i~:r\ Ave. Orthodox.
    Cantor Morris Ba-r. 1
    ANSME EVES :" SW 19th Ave.
    Conservative. Cantor Sol Pakowitz. 2
    --------
    BETH AM (TEVb-_e> 5950 N. Ken.
    dall Dr. S Mam.. Reform Rabbi
    Herbert Baumgard. Cantor Michael
    Kyrr. J
    BETH DAViD. Z6M SW Ira Ave
    Conservat .- Rabbi So' Landau
    Cantor William W Lipaon. 4
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    SVr n 11 I
    VINVONAIREs SYNAGOGUE. 3737 >
    B.rd Rd. Modern Traditional 12
    BETH SHOLOM (TEMPLE). 4144
    Chase Ave. Liberal Rabbi Leon
    Kromsh. Assistant Rabbi Jerrold
    Levy. Cantor David Convner 21
    Kn.i.ii m; p mi Rai.i.i i .a \ ,u of.
    .- rmon: "Tl Fit <
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    OR OLOM (TEMPLE). 8755 SW 16th
    St. Conservative. Rabbi Ralph Olix-
    man. Cantor Benjamin Ben Ari 13
    '' p.l ;i m Pi
    Rfi Slf*ter-
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    S tor i m Rai
    ' Mr.
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    BETH TFILAH 936 Euclid Ave. Ortho.
    dox. Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovsky. 22
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    CUBAN HEBREW CONGREGATION.
    1242 Washington Ave. Orthodox.
    Rabbi Dow Rosencwaig. 23
    EMANUEL (TEMPLE). 1701 Wash,
    ington Ave. Conservative. Rabbi
    Irving Lehrman. Cantor Zvi Adier
    TIFERETH ISRAEL. 6500 N Miami '''> l> m lluo
    Ave Conservative. Rabbi Ralph Rabbi I:., iamln M
    - Carmi. 14 N'atli nal I i I I .... rVi
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    TIFERETH JACOB. 'TEMPLE). 51 V''
    E 4tn Ave, Hialeah. Conservat.ve
    Rabbi Maurice Klem 15 ai I Mr- SamuH M
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    CETH EL. fno SW 17th *ve. Ortho- SI ll -
    .
    " Wasr.ng^n Ave. Rabbi A. Bn
    Hillel. 3:
    N0RTH NilAMI BEACH
    ADATH VESH'jR'. N iTEMPLE). 10T*
    N.E. Miam Girdens Drive Con.
    aervat.ve Rabbi M.lton Schlinsky
    Cantor T:Dor Mo^es 13
    BETH TORAH. Nt I64tn St at 11th
    Ave. Conservative. Rabbi Max Lip
    schitz. Cantor Jacob Renzrr. 34
    BNAI RAPHAEL. 1401 NW 183rd St
    Conservative. Rabbi Charles Rubel
    Cantor Jack Lerner. 31
    --------
    SINAI (TEMPLE) of NORTH DADE
    18801 N.E ::nd Avenue Reform
    Rabbi Ralph P. Kmgsley. 37
    ; in liuvi .-

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    S^X^LAKE SYNAGOGUE 18151 NE
    19th Ave. Orthodox. Rabbi Jonah E
    Caplan. ..

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    HALLANOALE JEWISH CENTER-
    126 N E F,~.: *
    H0UYWOO0
    BETH EL (TEMPLE). B. 1th Av*.
    Reform Rabbi Samuel Jaffe. *
    p m > 1
    1 thi \t. rli P
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    BETH SHALOM (TEMPLE).
    Monroe St. Conservative. Rsco
    Morton Malavaky. Cantor Irwmj
    Gold. m
    dox
    HEBREW ACADEMY. 2410 Pmetre. YOUNG
    Dr Orthodox. Rabbi Alexander S '
    Gross.
    EETH KODF- 1101 SW I2tli Ave.
    Modern r Rabbi Max
    Shapiro. Cantor Bn D-kson. 6
    -
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    ZION (TEMPLE.. 8000 Miller Rd.
    Conservative. Rabbi Alfred Wax.
    man 14
    BETH TOV 1TEMPLE1. 6438 SW
    8th St. Conservative Rabbi Simon
    Aon;. Cantor Seymour H.nkn I
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    ISRAEL (TEMPLE) Of- GREATER
    MIAMI. 137 NE 19th St. Reform.
    Rabbi Joseph R. Narot. 10
    BETH
    131
    Ril
    NORTH MIAMI
    -
    CONGREGATION.
    ____ 2!
    JAvAr.^ Cr'""EV| COMMUNITY
    SYNAGOGUE. 1522 Waih.ngton Ave
    c',l. "L Rab,bi Tlbor H Stem
    Cantor Meyer Engel 2e
    KIXESEJH ISRAEL. 1415 Euclid Ave
    Orthodox Rabbi David Lehrf.eld
    Cantor Abraham Seif. 37
    OP GREA-ER
    ' St Ortr ,
    1t
    SINAI (TEMPLE). 1201 Johnson St.
    Conservative. Rabbi David Snap rJ
    Cantor Yehvdah Heilbraun. '
    MIRAMAR

    ISRAEL (TEMPLE) 6920 S W. J,-1
    St Conservative. Rabbi E"'0t -
    Wmograd. Cantor Abraham Kostr"
    POMFANO BtACH

    SHOLOM (TEMPLE). 132 SE HtH A...
    Conservative Rabbi Morrn A. S-
    Cinlor Michael Frederick *
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    ZAMOPA (TEMPL! P. Ave
    MENORAH (TEMPLE). 6?0 75th St
    Ben Zion Kirschenbaum. "T
    -------------- NER TAMID (TEMPLE. 80th St. and S
    MIAMI st.ru IlST- w"r". Conservative '
    MIAMI BEACH Raob, Eugene Labovitz. Cantor Ed.
    AG,U..A7H 'S"AE*. T801 Carlyl. Avt. ','"';; v ','' '; '"' >> I lb.
    Orthodox. Rabbi Isaac Ever. nlapsjaa a kttei
    ----, lo Nfflunu l.if^hliz
    11 BETH JACOB 301 Washington Ave ____, K
    i> Orthodox Rabbi Shmaryahu T Svir. cppumnir. .-..7..
    Bat-r- .ky. Cantor.....c. BSiWi*^ "cSttJTJE* *S&WBS2& ^
    RTE' G-ard. .
    ovl- Rabbi Morr, K.c. MOOAN DAVID CONOMOATION
    4C "? Hall Orthodox. Rabbi Isaac O v na
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    ISRAELITE CENTER. 3175 SW 25th
    St. Conservative Rabb. Avrom
    Oraz.n. Cantor Nathan Parnass 11 BETH JACOB 301 Washington Ave
    ind S:1S j.ib 1 loeal ,
    . .Mr Jonrpb Hi hmicr
    FT. lAUDERDAU
    0E,TH 'S*EL .TEMPLE) 647 >
    uev.ton. Cantor Jerome Klement
    .____ 43
    ' u ri-'pjrrJ I"
    non u' in the GrtaUl
    M .i":i Rjbninical A^inidtion.
    '.'naior of tht Icdturcl
    affc^ring hrrr IS
    DR MAX LIPSCHITZ
    Sfmtudl Leader of
    Bfth roRAH CONCRPC.ATION
    or North Miami Br.ACH


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    Friday, January 23
    Mr. And Mrs. Jack Filosof
    To Receive Award
    Jack Kil :
    the 1 Son*
    I many years, will -
    K annual Labor Zior.ist-Far-
    MK. and MR*. HLO^OF
    bard and Pioneer Women-Israel
    r of Stan-. Sunday evening.
    F Hotel. They wiH tx- the recipients
    at th.- coveted Jerusali
    Award.
    H< ading the dinni
    ;.: i... n Kronish, spiritual
    ! ader ol Ti -.; Ii B th Sti 4on
    of the national Is-
    Bood Organization, .is hon-
    orary chairman: Mrs. Harriet
    Green, chairman of Pioneer Wo-
    Moe I.''.in an 1 Joseph J.
    Zuckerman, chairmen of Labor
    jst-Farband and Sam Fi In-
    it ii and Mon > N mai k
    i if Isra
    Mr. Filosof. who has been a
    li ader in thi Labor Zior.Ut move-
    MM ol South Florida since b-
    ci mine a resident of Miami in
    1952. was previously .i ) ader in
    the Zionist movement in Paris.
    OUR ANSWER TO NASSER is
    unity to maka Israel economi-
    cally strong by buying Israel
    Bonds and giving til it hurts!
    Mayshie Friedberg
    - M m is ores
    -1
    ,,-sidei
    .: the i
    n Branch ol ll*
    band A not l It*
    i given activi lead" r-
    li iti
    : ." ish A pi which
    .- *'*sn
    F md, ol whk h I* -
    mber, Histad

    tiski i
    [ which he is
    In F
    ! :! I siness lei Mi I
    resident f th
    j
    Hias Hi s iv.
    h Army d iring V\ rid W u 1
    I m as w
    won.
    Mi and Mrs Fi sof. wh
    in Miami B parents
    ol Mrs. Donald Kaplan and I
    , Filosol ui Wati rvilk
    lers of the committee n
    that the annual event is one ot
    lighlights in the activity I
    .-. Laboi Zionist movement in
    Greatei Miami. One ol Isra -
    (standing military heroes will
    .:..- for the oci a
    ,- sp> kesmaii for his country, and
    ai ranjiements ai nade
    tutstanding i rtaim r to
    present a special program at the
    Music will be providi d I
    ebrated Shalon Gro ip.
    Mayor Chuck Hall
    Installation Officer
    Metro's Mayor Chuck Hall will
    :. tin installing Officer for the
    lv gency Club of Miami Beach in
    the Algiers Hotel's Rubaiy.v P. i m
    Friday, at 8 p.m. at an installa-
    tion-dinner dance which will be
    a tribute to the late Julie Berg r
    an officer of the group of s:: g s
    organized 11 years ago.
    Harriet Vaisman will be in-
    stalled as president; Dr Ted Bor-
    nian as vice president. There wi'l
    b. an open bar. hors d'oeu\Tts I
    and dancing. All
    -
    ior the annual Labor Borust-Israel
    Bond dinner to take place Sunday evening.
    Feb 8 were initiated al a brunch meeting
    oi Labor Zionist leaders this week. From lett
    ate seoted Abe Fraidlin. Abe Rappaport.
    Dr Leon Kronish, honorary dinner chair-
    mc-v lack Kilosof, Harriet Green, chairman
    Pioneer Women; Joseph J. Zuck a who
    serves as cochairman of the Labor Zion
    Farband; Ida Bookspan and Sophie Kranh
    iding) France Packar, Oscar Shapir
    Fannie Sorofl, Mayshie Friedberg, Marl
    Ibennon. Rose Racher. Jennie MeyerJ
    Leah Podolsky, Dr. Simon Wilensky, Israe
    . 1, Hany and Anna Chaet.
    Rabbi's Role In A
    Community' Topic
    The role of the tnoden
    mur.itj will b. dta --
    ol its pi sent
    : future in '">
    Rabbi H t* rt L Kai/ this Sunda\
    r.wrning as part of the Greei
    Adult Institute at Temple Israel
    i.| Greater Miami.
    Professor of Human R" lations
    at Hebrew L'ni n C -J< wish
    Institute ol I'.- ligion in Cincinnati,
    Dr. Katz will explon fi m his
    vantagi point The Rabbi and the
    Community, Tension and Tri i Is
    in what has boon described as
    itive manner for tho* wh
    Inter -' I in the futun
    n ligion and the synagog u
    pu-tic il u
    a native ol Fort Dodgi I wa
    K has a member of th.'
    Hebrew Union College-Jewish In-
    stitute of Religion faculty since
    1947, and has taught in the De-
    partment ol Sociology at Antioch
    College and th. Univi rsity i f Cin-
    cinnati He is a member of the
    Task Forct for the National In-
    stitute of Mental Health and con-
    sultant to the t'.S. Navy on s|iirit-
    ual ntt-ds of young adults. His
    latest book is "Empathy: It-. Na-
    tLin and l's's.
    Sir,-!-.- series tickets are avail-
    able for Dr. Katz- lecture whii h
    ns at 10 a.m.
    Dr. Kronish To Be Installed
    At Histadrul Baii(|uet
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    Hi ndquarti rs lor tlv Mid
    t, r Confi n no ha-. been estal
    ushed in the Histadrul re .
    offici. l Lincoln Road Buil
    Miami Beach. Samuel Feinsl
    chairman ol th. board, ami In
    Sossin, i i .:. -t of
    - id Histadrul <'out .1 of S
    la. are woi lot |
    Mr Poller and Dr, Kronish uu
    i.iiinaiinu arrangon* nts for t.-J
    Fi 16 with a mei ting of tit
    national board ol the Histaln
    lation, which
    Ii ng-range medical, I (
    utional, religious ai d culij
    ami of the Histadrul in
    ii
    Natural Living-Panel Topic
    \ ;. inel hscu '
    will be n bj i
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    : esident of the a- n Nstunl
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    n thi Washington Fedi a
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    1970
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    Page 7-2
    Greenbergs Host Monthly
    Parh VI Home For Aged
    ^ m.,nthlv birthday par- weutive seasons, has I
    Miami through England, Austral!.
    HW*^1 ,a Lhl jMkVsh Afifca ""' the l*niui il
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    v litoi ium.
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    rs.
    Crystal
    mbcrs
    in s. \. ral
    travel" >l
    a, Swiili
    Slates lii
    \ .ii ious stage roles
    Louis Makovskj will sing folk
    songs, accompanied on the piano
    bj Carol D*Arcy. A social hour
    will follow. The public is Invited
    Reservations lor bus transporta-
    tion to Douglas Gardens may i
    i; nil. b) calling Mrs l'-"-1 Astrov,
    Mrs
    f .. iropic o. Mrs. Marilyn TrueH.
    . this par-
    Hi.- birthday ol
    ! Sp> 'tor.
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    Justine Chapter S-t*
    Book-Review Luncheon
    Mrs Marcus Meisel will review
    Bernard Malmud*s "The Assist
    ant" and "Tin Magic Barrel" at
    . Book Review Luncheon spon-
    sored by the Justine Chapter,
    American Jewish Congress al
    12 *<> p.m Thursday Jan 29 In the
    . ..( Mrs Charles Silvers. 6500
    S r, iy Rd Mian I B u Mrs
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    has s.-tM .1 the Jc wish comi
    (,ir u\. i 10 yeai is leetui
    n vk-wei on ^ iddish s ibji cts and
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    Tag Day included, from left, (seated) Mrs.
    Hary Perlman, Mrs. Florence Weber, Mrs.
    Beulah Davis, Mrs. Benjamin Steinmuller.
    (standing* Mrs. Lnry Gold. Mrs. Jack Cohen.
    Miss Emma Ratlner, Mr. Abraham Grunhut,
    Vice-President of Jewish National Fund, Mrs.
    Abraham Kerson, Mrs. Arnold Olstein end
    Mrs. Lillian Townsend.
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    the, and in trading night dubs
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    "' ". ilso appeared in the fumed movie
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    piano I
    Brunch reaen itiona muat l> 1
    made in advance by p*llln Ann.'
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    Mizrachi Women's chapter presidents and
    planning committee which met recently to
    complete arrangements for the forthcoming
    All-Florida Annual Conference February 1
    and 2 at the Plaza Hotel, included (from left)
    Mrs. Sol Trachtenberg, Mrs. Isaac Berlin,
    Mrs. Rachel Katz Laufer, Mrs. Hyman Kolko,
    Mrs. Simon April. Mrs. Alfred Stone, Mrs.
    Rose Shapiro, Mrs. Herman Shaw. Mrs.
    Daniel Zalis. Mrs. Aaron Katz, and Mrs.
    Jules Silverman, who is standing at rear.
    Hariassuh Groups Events Scheduled
    Emm i Lamm Group w '
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    the
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    Hank auditoriun Guests an wel-
    .. .
    Hani Group two
    port an I nl I
    ' inc at 7 c Sundaj
    Mas Club

    i -ds t o
    and their i
    it IS
    fotowed bj
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    Kadtmah Group held Its H M '
    in meeting v. h
    Algiers Hotel Mn
    Knrnhauser, thi l ir xip An
    who hi- i ontributi I n si
    yards the H M O. p
    u > :.

    Morion Towers Group
    Bank 1
    ; Ad-
    n will I filled !>
    B !' || ... h then w ill
    r
    led. Proceed
    >d to curb ej
    " I-:
    Or Olom Observer
    Sisterhood Sabbath
    Tempi-' Or Olom will honor Sis-
    terhood Sabbath at 8 p.m., Friday,
    in the Temple. After servici -. a
    ; rogram < ntitled "Women" will
    tented by Mrs Emery Gt
    Mrs P. i' Pan n! Mn
    Primack, Mrs Harrj S u n ifl Mi -.
    M. :i-11 Si tn at Mrs. R ibert
    g jsn at Mi s. fr\ it
    m in. And S
    h< honon d al an i S

    Mrs Max Forman; Sist
    nt is Mrs. Gera rartz;
    Rabbi Ralph G Ixm in is i
    l< i
    :
    Gino's crepe evening jumper
    with tassel sash and gravy.
    The gravy wasn't the designer's
    idea. But women manage to add their
    own little touches.
    Mark's Cleaners has a special
    touch too. For removing gravy,
    make-up, wine and most stains that
    can ruin expensive little evening
    things. If the stains just can't come
    out, thev tell you honestly.
    And don't worry about an open
    dart or seam, a missing hook, eye or
    button. Mark's takes care of all those
    little things. Free of charge.
    No matter how far-out fashions
    get, soiled clothing will never be in.
    Not at Mark's.
    MARKS
    The word for quality cleaning ami laundry
    1201 20th Street. Miami Beach. Fla.
    0|>en 7 a.m. to 7 p.m Tel. 538-6104
    Same day service for cleaning.
    shirt laundering, flatwork. fluff dry.
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    Friday, January 23,
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    SrLM\M. THOM'r- S
    Assft&nt :. P-bhsker
    Th jFwin Florida" oe not jUrjntrt'We Kashrgth of the meixhie
    advertised in its column*.
    Pi. -. Friday Hnet :-'-' bj Tht .'- I
    g- -d-ci-i-- Ftitifi Pa.a at Miami, KU ai 12 N E Ith Bl Miami, Fia. ISIS!
    Thi Jewith Floridian hat borbed the Jew.ih Unity rd the Jewish Weekly
    Me ber of the Jewish Telegraphic Agency. Seven Arti Feature Syndicate.
    Wcridwtda News Service. National Editorial Assn A-ner-can Assn. of English-
    Jewish Newspapers, and the Florida Press Assoc.ation.
    Comment
    (on!
    SUBSCRIPTION RATES: iLocal Area* One >ear $3 00 Three Years $'2 00
    Out o' Town tpon Request
    ume 43
    7. day, January 23, 19"0
    Number 4
    16 SHEVAT 5730
    A Thought for French Businessmen
    France, it is obvious, is more interested in its pocket-
    book than in Middle East peace. This is not an American
    Jewish view alone the right, left and center parties of
    -.hat once-great nation have joined in attacking "the
    hypocrisy" of the present policy and the intellectual
    periodical, "Combat" has labelled it "criminal treason."
    We have never favored individual economic boycott
    as a policy in matters of state, but surely it is difficult
    :or any Jew to purchase French perfume, wines, auto-
    mobiles and other products without recognition of the
    French excuse for its sale of planes to Libya as "an
    essentially commercial operation which benefits tens of
    thousands of workers." So is our purchase of French
    products here, and when President Pompidou visits in
    the United States soon, reports of diminishing American
    commercial returns might provide the crafty French
    businessmen with some new thinking about the real value
    of military sales.
    Am Yisroel Chai!
    If Israel isn't all "milk and honey", it isn't all serious
    and war. either, as this next week's celebration of Israel
    Week in Greater Miami has been planned to show.
    Israel's Ministry of Tourism is sponsoring a number
    of celebrations which will involve people of all ages at
    :he Miami Beach Auditorium, the University of Miami,
    high-rises, synagogues. The purpose is obvious: to bring
    Israel closer to the people of Miami by showing the bright,
    exuberant side of the Israelis that visitors to that land know
    at first-hand but that so many of us overlook because of
    :he emphasis in the news.
    And, to show how completely different this week is,
    admissions to all events will be free and there will be no
    fund-raising. Am Yisroel Chai!
    Program's Approval Good News
    Jewish refugees from Eastern Europe primarily from
    Poland, but also from Czechoslovakia and Hungary
    continue to arrive in Vienna at the rate of 1,000 a month
    as their first port of call. Recognizing this, it is heartening
    news that the Refugee Resettlement Program of the Greater
    Miami Jewish Federation has been approved for 1970.
    Our local quota is small, only 12 families are allotted
    to Greater Miami, but the project is a great one in its
    intent. It is a vivid illustration of what is meant by the
    Combined Jewish Appeal, for the teamwork that brings ir.
    United HIAS Service at the national level. Jewish Family
    and Children's Service as the firs! local agency, and ther.
    all the other local services that are needed to assure a
    decent start in life for these victims of oppression overseas,
    is what the CJA is all about.
    The annual campaign for funds to support local
    agencies end oversees needs is well on its way thanks
    to the initial impetus given by leaders ir. the higher income
    brackets. This ;s shared responsibility if it is anything
    and we look for every one who is part of the Jewish com-
    munity to at least do his share.
    Further Proof Of Dangers Faced
    No matter what the circumstances, Jewish giving is an
    accepted fact oi life. We discovered hidden in a mass of
    statistics the fact that S445.23 was donated to UJA following
    a Yom Kippur appeal at services for Army personnel in
    Nha Trang, Vietnam. All of which is further proof of the
    dangers fund-raisers gladly undertake in behalf of a good
    cauae- -**#
    I always turn to th '
    - at the end
    .-. For years I
    acti d as an am
    m and d on
    ti ms of th
    -
    Not that 1
    irry


    now in' lived ii
    i
    '
    ti d.
    Wo dy Hayes. I I
    State coai h. I stai "
    a Pittsburgh audiei
    ews
    and subversives
    being when -
    lents a> the Mj ii n iss i
    and the service club -
    "because they want us I
    the war in Vii tnam T
    nosed Hayes, as t.u'tha. :
    lowers can atti st h li
    slambang football without m
    finesse and to him. Its
    right for American troops t i
    shoot women and childrei --
    pec ted of being sympatheti I
    ward the Viet Cong", although
    the man who reported the state-
    ment says Woody believes I \
    children should l>- over
    years of ace at least.
    If you have forgotten Hayes
    turned down the job of success n
    to draft chief Hershey, which
    should make a lot of our \
    men feel grateful for small
    favors.
    In the "good old days whei
    I wrote sports, much used t.i
    be made of athletic scholai -
    etes. All '-*

    '
    ..
    strict rule!
    i -
    sof FS

    siastic basketbs

    that soil
    -
    '
    -
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    N'atioi '
    ... Assoeiatioi .
    titueni s

    -
    a: a
    - will
    profit Ai j
    ibout it '
    tit ng of thes
    i ii irded by
    : 5. 1
    I
    uill be si from I
    busii ess and foot i
    md I seball will bi listi I as
    i : u;' and
    les as thi i '
    rtant sul I I I ath-
    leti careei people. Aft i
    . now ha\ i their ow i
    iwei si-uggle betweei the
    NCAA and the An iti n Atl
    ti I nion foi control ol amati
    athletics outsi I I ai
    : i has beer ausing n:: kin I
    plications the White
    Ii i ise even had to bee in* ii -
    by EDWARD COHEN
    l i t i sa' .,

    sensitive area ol
    Jewish re la ti l
    i vabl as it
    i la a hy I
    - Ii the I I
    kin i- ..

    thosi
    tual snot .ii-i. i
    Vi lident i
    I '
    ippcriv.il
    lit) for
    Jack Langi
    I i ,-arsit)
    . the Mac il
    -i .
    -
    ' f..i. you gets
    ml: Si "" ':-
    t) ni ted thai .' g
    is in .-! .
    itted to compi t< ..|
    \. i all is one of thi
    NCAA and the AA1 I
    aboul The Yale peo| Ii
    \ i w this as an bifi bigi
    I angei'- "religious right
    are willing ever) to I i
    for the issue II ;t
    \ lied from the East ]
    nee, which isn't lil
    ca si the seven other
    ous Ivy s<-ho<>ls would resuj |
    a n< w look in Amen, a
    athletics may appear
    Think of the problems
    ca isi
    I worry about all ti I
    - ai Ing on our s|x>i i- |
    not only for myself but :
    present leaders in Wasl I
    1: confrontation is n. gi \
    isi two teams playing
    glory of it. wheer can < tun]
    f r the relief of the o
    i condition 1 What -I
    left?
    MATTER OF FACT
    by JOSEPH ALSOP
    WASHINGTON Fig II -
    always depressing. Yet a few
    figures are essential to anj
    who wants to understand th
    grinding problem of priorities
    that now confronts a won
    President, a muddled, self
    gent Congress and. indi
    one of us who ar. An
    ITEM: In 1981. whin Presi-
    dent Kennedy so gloriously as-
    sumed 1 total
    ' the Hi ilth Edu ation
    ai : Wi Ifan !> pai tm< 11
    I tg ol th. >.., ;,, 5
    I other t
    nisti :- an unted i
    In 1971 tl
    is cpected 1 be S39.I
    ITEM: What the 1
    eau di lightfully calls
    tun s in the human I |
    i do not Include I
    ires as the Offices (Edu-
    >n but do Includi I
    a.s veterans' co mill
    ployment con
    Federal outlays in 1 I
    were SU6.9 billionin I
    1971, they are project It rea
    $85.3 billion, and in 197
    $81.1 billion.
    ITEM: The mini' dial-
    figures kfai -
    il outlay! that
    n pi it. d fog lh,:
    m ii gi ni rous kVx la
    and PrBsioV 11
    a- iistance plan Ii
    I hi U W :il
    lion in 1971 ai
    $18 bl lion by 197.Y
    M: It all aiv vot<
    fon "i \;'i ndituMs In
    mai ircea an i" wi
    in 1971,
    $99.1 billidji Ii II
    all airily" bui '
    b i-
    re-ai several thii
    a it ni. si Itaggei
    tisu. i. J i.. irfiwith '
    ('. flSe.il ,!iM#nd IS
    e i t i federw tax i
    i tat n suits, qui% sut
    I. from the growth bl
    lion's economy and out|
    With the surtax ni
    fiscal di\idernl is x
    to run at the rat$ of ah
    billion a year offer the r
    i:ndi r consideration. (This is
    Budget Bureau propectioi
    Hrookings Institution is jus
    bit more hopeful.) Thus
    steadily anil enormously
    Continued n Pajw 13-A


    Page 14-B
    fje^i^trkridior
    Friday, January 23.
    Ban Mii^oxm
    tarl Melamei
    .7*
    liana [ngelman
    AI.BKKTO MITKANI
    At Temple Tifercth Jacob. Sat-
    Jan 24, Alberto, son of
    Mr. and Mrs. Jaime Mitrani, will
    bioonic Bar Mitzvah at 9:43 a.ni
    An eighth grade studenl at Palm
    Springs Junior High School. Al-
    ert : rested in ek ctronics
    - the guitar and violin.
    Mr. and Mrs. Mitrani will host
    a reception in the social hall fol-
    lowing the ci remony.
    Mr. ami Mrs. Jose Magrisao ol
    Hialeah. the maternal grandpar-
    ents, anil paternal grandfathei
    Alberto Mitrani of Miami B
    will be among the gl* StS.
    *
    EARL MKLAMBD
    Karl Neil, son of Mr. and Mrs.
    Samuel Melamed, will becomi Bai
    Mitzvah on Saturday. Jai 24, al
    Temple Emanu-El.
    Karl, a seventh gra si nt at
    Nautilus Junior H:_ I. has
    a on thi Li i oy 11 Fi nb i g Award

    -
    Ttai wi
    Kiddush in 1 F

    -
    S i day i \'. ning at his I
    Mr. ami Mrs \
    Mr.
    Iparcnts. v ittn

    I \ \\ (iON'SH \K
    '',
    SW 21st T
    Mil n S
    Ol on
    A sevei ...
    .a ." mi >r H zh ~-
    Kvar soph me in the
    -
    Mr. I M '. h >-t
    the One S
    '
    ,i Kid I
    the Saturdaj -
    Am g the guests ttendii
    i>o Evan's I i
    Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Barron, from
    New Jersey his paternal grand-
    mother, Mrs 1. na Gonshak and
    aunts and uncles from New .' : -
    and Arizona.
    *
    KI.ANA BNOBLHAK
    Klana Both, daughter of Mr. ami
    Mis. Asberl Engelman will cele-
    brate her Bat Mitzvah at Sky I.akc
    Synagogue Friday, Jan. 23, In
    services at which Rabbi J nan E.
    Caplan will officiate.
    Klana is a student at Highland
    Oaks Ki S
    fvon Gonshak
    active in si id. nl
    she has b
    activities.
    A Kiddush will follow th serv-
    i, and tlv re will be a reception
    and luncheon in her honor at the
    Hollywood Beach Hotel. Sunday.
    Jan. 25.
    Among the honored guests will
    i Elana's gn at grandmother.
    Mis. Fannie Honig; her maternal
    grandparents, Lillian and Louis
    h.. mix rg and hi r paternal grand-
    parents; Deborah and Uriah En-
    g< lnian.
    Carvtn Appoinu
    Bank's PR Offm
    Mori is N. !'. sM(J
    t m rican Savings
    lation of Miami B
    |

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    The two students of the Lehrman Day School who were
    declared winners in the Jewish War Veterans essay contest.
    "What America Means to Me." Susana Garuzi and Wendy
    Van Dreher, are shown receiving their prizes from Com-
    mander Joseph Green cf JWV Post No. 330. and Allen
    Krueger. chairman of the Americanization Committee, and
    second junior vice commander.
    v_7i the Mm. Good Health,
    SEEKS RC0.V. & BOAUD
    with Kosh:r fsjaity, ,VT.-m'> or Mia-
    mi or Micmi B:ach. Willing to pay
    fo!r Bffc*. Writ; G. H., Be; x973
    mmk, F!a. 33101.
    RABSI PRIKCiPAl
    is looking for a position for next
    year as such, in an orthodox con-
    grpgotion in Miami or in State of
    Florida. Write R. P. Box 2973,
    Miami, Fla. 33101.
    SHAM0S AVILABLE
    Perfect Baal Korah
    Perfect Baal Tfilah
    53*0998
    EDITOR, The Jewish Fleridlan:
    In your coverage of the -- u
    of prayer in schools both on the
    : page news iti m and in
    .. I there were son nport-
    ant omiss s Ai n ch
    I WOI to I canr I
    they -.' tcnl
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    eh you
    ........

    sen! sing] -
    ';. m i to Dr.
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    port

    [n you
    .....
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    ;
    M labbii A -
    th it sine an o|
    - by the Ass >-
    -
    X : c wild have mei I thai
    l irds il the r ho
    hold Oi tho kw pulpits it
    i lii Ass
    You would have to th ,t
    ;; entitled to i full
    - of the facts behin I
    an imnortant issue.
    IIABRI PHINTCAS HKBKRMW
    Ohev Shalom ( oogiegalioo
    Cantor's Agent Celebrating
    Joseph Hyman. who maintains
    bis headquarters in Chicago but
    winters in this area, is c. Icbrating
    . 'ii innivi rsarj i' i I
    - that he has
    LOO <'
    in his half century as an
    - fr V ssi R -
    I "'
    h ints th
    t your i
    m he
    ...
    nds
    Persli'.r.g Appo'.its Brooks


    ^uto Leas

    f" Mr.
    ihe
    -. exei ,M\ u |
    ran and has
    d.nted response. 1970 Lb
    I and all other makes and
    models arc being delivered daily
    under Peisfaing's new full main-
    tenance and insurance plan
    throughout Dade and Broward
    : C'ountv."
    Annual Antiques
    Show In Bayfront
    Park Auditorium
    Now celebrating its 29th war.
    the annual Miami Antique S tow
    and Sale, started and managed
    by Mrs. Ethel Mae Boodj ol Cli li -
    .- gchi dull d for Fi b 5, 6
    7. and B. in Miami's Bayfronl Park
    Auditorium, Biscayi Bou
    ai d Fifth stri
    Moi icular than
    this yi ai's Antiques Show an I
    Sale w il' occupy moi spi
    - and it has
    now xhibitors Fiftj i il I
    : screened and s cted
    :s. ha\ been with thi ii since
    Its I Some I is fai
    : ind, and others I
    . Ti xas, Mil hi in Ii
    v w Y"i k. !'i .
    \ i nia i >hio New Ji i >.;. 1-'.
    isa
    cut, G w dl
    part lei the show bi ii
    thi ir ran si and mosi val
    -
    tm : I in the hi irloom tn as-
    displavi d and sol
    s'.eh thin > as fine antique k w -
    ' Iry, large colli ctions of silvi r
    (including old and discontinued
    In flat silveri; art ass
    Early Ameilean furnil u
    I New York Slat. The Eng-
    dealers will display handsomi
    and elaborate English pieces from
    their overseas shops.
    Customers will have an added
    t:i at Saturdaj-. Feb. 7. fron
    p.m. to 5 p.m. During those hours
    the Zonta club of Greater Miami
    a:ain will stage its costumed
    "Colonial Ti a." which is free to
    patrons of the show. This is the
    b's way of raising funds f >r
    the Miami I'mt of Recordings :
    ' Blind which it established and
    continues to sponsor.
    lass., w ten I
    Ih i ii wi !l kn wn in tin I
    . ss in Sharon, i i
    In 1950, Mr Carvii
    the oi iginal Lum's on
    en Miami Beach; hi -
    <.\ yi ars to the pn si i
    the l'i arltnan broth i -
    ei ntly, in has t- en act
    .'minium sali s an I
    .; ai t ments kn high rl
    p..." h such as Mortu
    Harbour House, and as 1
    gi i ol Bi lie Plan ai \\
    House. For the past I
    Irvic
    Shore I nit Meeting
    m and nv the
    SM(1, pa micolaou Cancer hi lias been with I irk P i
    :. v. Instituti. wi'l be hi Id t< v
    Holiday Inn.
    . -, ind 22nd Si
    Mian : B
    prcsid presidi
    \ |.xtn
    Is
    sion.
    [oi till
    A member of the Mi
    Lodge of Flk- Mai bus I
    ol B'nal B'rith, Pla/a
    Club, HIAS, the Mas
    Club, Home oi the Agi
    nizations, he and .- it
    i : !:./.. BOO.
    \
    WbmJLL
    A special This Is Your Lile" program written by .*-=
    He my Wernick, will be presented by the Eddie C
    Group of the Miami Beach Chapter of Hadassah, al tbi
    annual eye bank luncheon, to be held in the Fontaine :odt. I
    of the Fontainebleau hotel on Thursday, Feb. 19. in honor
    of its honorary founder president, Mrs. Fred Jcncs. who
    has lived in this community 35 years and is well known
    for her civic and communal activities, and for her out-
    standing role in Hadassah. Seated, left to right, are Mi*
    Lee Cohen, Mrs. Jean Krasner, president, and Mrs. Meyer
    Goldberg, EYE Bank chairman. Mrs. Bea Kaizim. Mrs. Szm
    Silverberg. president, Mrs. David Green, and Mrs. Morris
    Bcnowitch are standing.
    Members of "Cancer Aid for the Needy"
    present the organization's first check of
    S2.000 to representatives of the Visiting
    Nurses Association of Dade County, to be
    used for home care for needy cancer
    patients. From left are Mrs. Manny Fenn.
    Mrs. Harold Gardner, Mrs. Vera S. Ada--.
    assccicte director, and Mr*. Norton P
    Nichols, president of the Visiting Nurses
    Association, Mrs. Louis Leeds, president or
    the Women's Committee, Mrs. Saul Bexm"
    and Mrs. Mickey Michael.


    ?cge 4-B
    rjewlstfkriiiar
    Temple Israel Expansion Plans
    Include 2.000 Seat Sanctuary
    Lester Pancoast of the archi-
    tectural firm of Ferendino. Graf-
    ter, and Pancoast has been com-
    .>--f*\ cl-bytlw Wrw.T-.i of Tr.:s-
    ti.. s of Temple Israel of Gi
    Miami to a design a new Sanc-
    tuary for the pioneer Reform Jew-
    synagogue, Joseph A. Gai I
    lldent, has announc-
    The 2.000-seat a I I
    which "ill be located immediately
    I ;,. present T
    x. on f Norl
    st 2nd Avei nd 191 -:-

    tion's 30th anniversary ^ 19T-'
    eat plant its
    ication will be the highlight
    .' a yearlong program of >.(- r
    : '- significant milestoni
    in thi South'8 largest synagogue
    M membership of close to
    famiHes include many who
    have contributed to the growth of
    tor Miami for manj -
    The selection of Pancoast was
    sed on
    is
    . Mi
    -
    e Israel's
    ;- lecisioni teaoont
    . !:. ng at
    "ly ~-
    - -v "" **"
    ersarj I I :' : l s
    tuary.
    At 1 time. Mi

    nittei led by developer S
    I ,,. ,, si y with
    Mr. Pai
    nmitl
    Mrs W s
    Mis. Jos
    I Rosei
    -
    JOSfPH GARFIflO
    Friday. January 23 \-.-<
    Brandeis ZOA Panel
    Presents "Dialogue"
    The Brandeis Zion
    Miami Beach ZOA w .'
    : s;ue on Bui
    Understanding" al J
    Inf in the Washii i 5
    Au.iil.n-ium. 1133 N. .
    Miami Beach j
    Feb. 2.
    Vice presidi nt M
    !* honored at the I
    will fi ature dialog a
    rai H atid Ami. ican $1
    University of Ml .
    Pi if Aii Ire Bial ; -a
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    Jewish Appeal-Israel Emergency Fund campaign, met this
    week for their assignments at a luncheon hosted by the
    Budd Mayer Co. Plans were set for the annual Food
    Luncheon to be held Feb. 11 in the Pepsi-Cola Rotunda
    Building. Ben Silver, seated at left, is chairman of the Food
    Group; Joseph Cohen, honorary chairman, and Lew Beyer
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    Kallah Weekend
    i i Metropolitan Dade County, ex-
    ii i. Ail the young u lists thai havi
    i 11 .iv k I.. i .1. i> will be
    presented with awards, gold med-
    ind i.. h -i holai -<11n-. at a
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    2 Local Students
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    Two Miami Beach residents whu
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    Murray Turetsky of Jacksons-Byrons, chair-
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    bined Jewish Appeal Israel Emergency
    Fund campaign, held his first assignment
    meeting at Temple Israel in order to set
    plans to achieve maximum attendance for
    the Merchantile Dinner scheduled for Febru-
    ary. Fiom left, (seated) are Mike Susman ot
    Suntogs of Miami, Inc.; John Serbin of
    Seibin. Inc.; Mr. Turetsky; George Mover,
    vice president of Zayre Corp.; and William
    Friedopfer of Charles of Miami; islanding'
    Harold Reinhard of Palm Island of Miami.
    Milton Goldberg of Tropical Hand Pr.nts ot
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    Friday, January 23, \n
    Orland Four Winds' Breakfast Speaker
    Harry Kimball To Speak
    "Israi'l in lv7t"
    Yaacov Orland, noted Israeli
    playwright, will six-ak on behalf
    of the 1970 Combined Jewish Ap-
    peal-Israel Bnatrgency Fund cam-
    paign, on Sunday. Feb. 1, when
    the Four Winds hosts a Breakfast
    on behalf of the Combined drive;
    In making the announcement,
    Max Kolker. chairman of the Four
    Winds CJA-IEF Committee, stated
    that he expected a capacity at-
    tendance at this annual affair.
    Mr. Orland has achieved re-
    markable success in his profes-
    sional career in Israel. In 1963,
    he was awarded Israel's highest
    award for literature, the Lamdan
    Prize. His poetry and songs are
    known and loved by thn
    t. ns of I--'.!' liS, and il
    to his oi iginal cr< atioi -
    translated the works oi
    world's gr al playwrights, from
    - ti T< : Wil-
    liams for th Israi li stag
    Ben Essi airman oi thi
    R. sidi High-Ris Divis -
    announced the t< rmation ol
    Four winds CJA-IEF Committee,
    which includes: Mr. and Mrs.
    Herman Shaw, honorary chair-
    men: Nathan Fisher. Charles So
    mer and Allen Warshauer, asso-
    ciate cochairm< n; Abraham Harris
    and Bernard Stein, cochairmen of
    the Arrangements Committee.
    Other Committee members are:
    Norbcrt Bernzweig, S. R. Bolotin,
    Jack A. Burstcin. William Fein-
    berg, Jaime Goldcmberg. Mrs
    Abraham Harris. Mrs. E. B. Hen-
    shel, David Israel, Dr. William
    Karmiol. Emanuel Kupferberg,
    Morris Lange. Louis Lieff, Herman
    Lowenstein, Simon Maneloveg,
    Nathan Millner. H. George Redi-
    ker. Sam Rudenberg, Isidore
    Schachter. Alex Sherman, Samuel
    Toil and David Wintrob.
    Four appointments were an-'
    nounced by Mr. Essen for the Bay
    Terrace Apartments' 1970 Com-
    bined Jewish Appeal-Israel Emer-
    gency Fund Committee. Mollie
    Fishman. Claire Herzog, Leonard
    Mandcl and Gertrude Skom will
    serve as cochairmen, he said.
    Other members or the Bay Ter-
    race CJA-IEF Committee include:
    Sue Ann Anholtz, Jack Apple-
    m, Carol Baer, Frank Ban r,
    Gertrude Blankf* in. Frances
    Browser, Mario Colins. Carl Cot-
    li l Mr. and Mrs. Hyman L> utsch,
    Edward I. Kllman. Mr. and Mis.
    David Fishman, Dorothy Fishman,
    Pclly Fleishman. Sid Gelman. Ida
    L. Ginsburg, Samuel Goldstein,
    Ju.ius Gordon, Hilda Grant.
    Harold V. Jacobs. B. Jankelowitz.
    Also. Bess Kline. Lillian R Kris-
    tall. Marion Levinson, Meyi r L*vy.
    Jeanette Magid, Jessie 0. Marcus,
    David Rubenstein. Morns Sapir.
    Philip Sapir. Edward Schuchman.
    Louis Schuchman. Victor Slone.
    William Spiwak. Morris Solomon,
    Samuel Solomon. William Taub.
    Mary Keinkle and Aaron Weiss.
    Rabbi Solomon Schiff. Director
    of the Greater Miami Jewish Fed-
    , ration's Community Chaplaincy
    Service, will be the guest six-akcr
    al the annual meeting of Bay
    Terrace residents on Feb. 3rd on
    behalf of the combined campaign
    More than 300 residents attend-
    i I the Seventh annual Mori
    Towers Combined Jewish Appeal-
    Israel Emergency Fund dinner at
    which Dr. Irvine Lehrman of Tem-
    ; le Emanu-EI emphasized thi
    tinuing needs of the Greater Miami
    Jewish Ft di ration's local agi i
    as well as the support ix cded 1
    hi Ip Israi i maintain her so, ial
    fan progi ams.
    Thi residi nts n sp ndi d by con-
    tributing over $41,000, represent-
    ing an increase ol 63'! over 1%9's
    giving. Tile Morton Towirs CJA-
    IEF Committee is now visiting
    other residents in th, complex who
    were unable to attend the dinner
    in order to enlist their participa-
    tion in the combined campaign.
    The Committee includes: Abe
    Solosko, campaign coordinator:
    Mrs. Kmanuel Mentz. dinner chair-
    man; Morris Minov and Sam
    Norkeen. North Ruilding cochair-
    men; Mrs. Sam Goldberg. Julius
    Krawitz, Ben Marcus and Emanu-
    11 Mentz, South Building cochair-
    men; Harry Glassman Mr. and
    Mrs. Morris Grauer. Bertha Mar-
    cus, Mr. and Mrs. Jack Mareulis.
    Mr. and Mrs. Jack Meyrowitz,
    I Florence Minov and Mr. and Mrs
    Willie Smith, coeaptains.
    nur Committee member* Include
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    . irtor Fayi Weine M K.
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    Miami Ji-w ,>h Fi di I
    Spinoza FoiiiT. for ,\
    tlofl Thursday mi I
    Washington Federal i u,w
    mgton A vi Miami )cn jjl
    Abraham Wolfaon, i i
    ol the forum for the lasl 5yn]
    will presi nt tin ipea
    discussion will fa low
    Mcrton Towers residents responsive :or the
    seventh annual dinner on behalf ol the
    Combined Jewish Appeal-Israel Emergency
    Fund campaign included, from left, Mrs.
    Sam Goldberg, cochairman. South Building;
    Myron J. Brodie, assistant executive -
    Greater Miami Jewish Federatr wen
    r.s Minov, Morris Minov. corhairrr.-:
    Bidg.: Mis. Abe Solosko, and Abe Sxosko,
    campaign coordinator of Mortor. Tswers.
    Malka To Appear
    Israeli singer Malka. who has
    given concerts in Carnegie Hall
    and made tours on I" half of the
    Israel Government Tourist Offin
    in the United States and Canada,
    will make two appearances at
    World-A-Rama, the travel show
    to be in id in Miami Beach
    vi ntion Hall, Jan 28 thi
    Feb. 1. Both the Tourist Office
    and El Al Israel Ail line 'ia\ i \
    hibits at th,' travel show.
    Un- 114 I>....... ii-rformane< will U I
    \\orld-A-Kama ..,. attending um ...
    Malka will perform at l p.m cording to Moahe Shoa
    Wi .-,. at -' 10 p.m tot of thr Southern r. :
    Sui las Fib l Admission to her Israel Government Tou
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    Lodge No. 174-4. ant Pro-Bui
    1 odge, P.'nni [fifth;
    Jewish l#ai Vetwani Auxiliary
    No >>',s Point East; N'ormnn
    Bruce Brown Auxiliary No. 174,
    PoU No. 174. 881 683 698 7 3
    778, 22 13 130 an I Auxiliaries
    No 3 I '- 12 an i ST? of Jewish
    v. ,ii v. terans;
    Jew ish !' Aged
    en's Auxi-
    liary; Morton Towers Hadassah;
    Lincoln Division ol the National I
    i oun< h >' !' mole ,
    Beth S Isterh Judea Sisterhood; Afternoon
    ( ii ipi Am "
    i T. i ksterhood
    Mount il Hospital; Sister-
    hood oi Sky Lake Syi
    . i Pioneci W'o
    nx ti Coral Dh Islon ind Indian \
    island i Natl tnal ''
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    Off.ce-rs for the comir.g year elected by
    Surmide Masonic Lodge a! a recent meeting
    included (from left1 back row, Stuart Fur-
    man, junior steward; Irving Mcrbey. senior
    deacon; Sol Schwartz, junior deaccn; front
    row. W. Gerald O'.in, chaplain: W. Arnold
    Rer.! warden; Hn:\e" S. At
    mar; Si | hen R. I den;
    W. Sonny Marden, treasurer, and Morris
    Rothner liler. Mr. Rothner has held the of-
    fice of tiler since the lodge was formed in '53.
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    irks the
    is out myth. In
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    fcboui this country
    those t An em-
    I of riches w as even
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    ,. r needs of
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    and alas
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    It foi national
    I three needs
    I tisl ict i ily met
    reasi ol
    v'. illion.
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    na | i koritk i
    I' it the open-
    analyzing
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    very dol-
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    a nd $1* or
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    ritj i all these outlays
    | I .. to middle*
    >l to poor
    > ii middle-
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    : iheii aged or
    : in more fortu-
    have their par*
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    clas j to pay
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    Presidents9 Luncheon To
    Highlight Conference
    Aliyah Participation Expected To Double
    The Presidents Luncheon" will
    be the highlight i t this year's in*
    nual Mizrachi Women's Florida
    Conference to be held at the Plaza
    in til. Miami Beach. Mrs. Louis
    Schreiber has been especially de-
    signated by tiv national board ol
    Mizrachi Women t<> honor the
    presidents >! Greater Miami I'hap-
    ters for their outstanding accom-
    plishments
    Mrs Schreiber, who has just
    returned from a survey of Mix*
    ! rachi Women's Children villages
    and schools in Israel, uhuh have
    a student population of more than
    5,000 brings a special message of
    appreciation directly from the
    children to Miami's outstanding
    leadership, Mrs Alfred stone.
    Florida oordmator for Mi/raehi
    Women has announced.
    Sunday evening Feb 1 the pub*
    ' he is Invited to the annual Bessie
    Gotsfeid Forum t'> h.- held at the
    Plaza Hotel Collins Avenue and
    Mth Street Miami Beach, at 8
    p.m Participating will be Dr Solo-
    mon Lighter, noted educator,
    Michael A K.it/.. Israeli Youth
    authority and a group of college
    and high school youth, who will
    discuss Youth Communicates."
    Refreshments and a reception will
    follow this Sunday night forum.
    On Monday, Feb 2, the Gala
    Luncheon honoring the outstand-
    ing accomplishments ol nine
    Greater Miami Chapter presidents
    will take place at noun in the
    I'la/a hotel's American Ballroom.
    Luncheon reservations arc being
    made by the Individual chapters
    and through the Mizrachi Wo-
    men's Miami ivaeh office Chap-
    ter presidents to be honored in-
    clude Mrs Simon April. A viva;
    Mi- Max Rothenberg, Galil; Mrs
    Aaron KatZ, Geula; Mrs Herman
    Shaw, Hadai. Mrs, Hyman Kolko,
    Hatikvah; Mrs Rose Shapiro, Kin-
    neret; Mrs Rachel Katz, Miami
    Beach; Mrs Isaac Berlin, Raanana
    and Mrs Sol Trachtenberg. Sha-
    lom
    of the Israel All] h Centei I
    ;n Atlanta li is ann >uneed that 250
    i. ns went to Israel from the
    S .' ie is tern Unite 1 States last
    ye ir un ler the AH) ill pr gi
    figure more than double the 120
    ,\>i i p irticipated in the pre*, ious
    two > ars He xpi cl the number
    to increase to ere 5 0 oi iginating
    in tin- 11-state area in 197
    Mr Shorer defined "Aliyah" as
    persons Intending to stay in Israel
    it least a year, working and study-
    ing Hebrew Special arrangements
    have been made In Israel he said,
    for the rptiop. of all n n com*
    > rj ind pi r-
    ..-.t u ius HebieA studies
    : nim, ibs irption ci nt
    hut "." nd it eec ssary in-
    terest-fn e loans from the \
    Ccnt-'r. Trip rate- are specially re*
    duced, and e ich Oleh is I iken c ire
    i ; from the time he boards the El
    \1 ;>l me in New York until he ar-
    rives it his temporary housing In
    Israel Further information ma) be
    obtained by writing Israel Aliyah
    Center. Inc.. Suite 629, BOS Peach-
    tree St., N.E., Atlanta C.a. .10308.
    -i ii iv oetter to din a bit
    J2"! -ban to have a country
    I;!"" uninhabitable. r in dcad-
    krinu T'"' ',i,nR,'r' or the
    w* of civil war because of the
    SSiy. m nUnrity ta
    Humphrey, Abram
    Guest Speakers At
    Brandeis Dinner
    Former Vice President Hubert
    jH. Humphrey and Brandeis Uni-
    versity President Morns B. Abram
    I Will he the in lt'.e|;i;i| SJK'ake|-S oil
    Saturday, Feb, T, when the uni-
    versity a dinner at the
    Koritaincblc.it: Hotel. Miami Reach.
    Mr Humphrey is u Trust, e ol
    the University, Mr. Abram, who
    btcame president ol Brandeis in
    1968 i- oi si leted a leading -
    kesman on evident unrest and
    the role .)t the ui rverslty. A native
    of Fitzgi raid Ga., he pracl
    law in Atlanta foi 15 years bi fore
    Joining a New Yak iw fit m and
    I-. ing named adviser to t
    i v to the I mil il Na-
    tions.
    Leonard A ':'
    Beach ta
    , haii nan of t
    i, ing held oi til ""-
    vi rsit:
    Severs ired i I "
    i |, ,, liami
    i at cpected to att I tin
    7 par and p.rtl
    ilimi.i
    Mr. V : roker
    and civl |J i>*1 i"'s|li''"
    0| the Pa ix- Cancer Re-
    k axch Ii -'' > *'""'' "i,'c"
    retary an I t: istee of Mount Siani
    Hospital, a member of the Citi-
    zens' Advisor} Group of tbe Unl-
    [versity of Miami; and a Trustee
    i of the Art Institute of Miami and
    the Museum of Art. He serves as
    president of the Brandeis Univer-
    sity Club of Greater Miami.
    Jefferson's Bancorp
    (U'ts Board Approval
    The Federal Reserve Board has
    approve-; registered bank hold-
    ing compan) I tr Jefferson Na-
    tion,! Hank group Arthur H
    Courshon, chairman of the boards
    of Jeffi rs S iti n il Hank of
    Miami Be ich and Jefferson Na-
    tional B ink at Sunny I-i- Bl
    nout.ee.; The new holding com*
    pany is known >- Jefferson Ban-
    corp, Inc.
    The Mi in Be ich bank is
    .-.. ne in 196*1 in 1988 the st i
    ntro ling In-
    terest n 1 \ Iran B nk in
    an exchai
    the nan to Jeffersoi
    both I tnki
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