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

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

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

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- Jewish Flor Milan*
Combining THE JEWISH UHITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY
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Miami. Florida Friday, January 30, 1970
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U.S. WILL MEET ISRAEL'S NEEDS AS THEY ARISE
Message President Sends Reassuring
Hailed Statements To Conference
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WASHINGTON (JTA1
President Richard M Nixon In-
dicated in a message '" the Na-
tion il Emergency C mferero
,m the Middle East that
the United SI il i add met I
Israel's armi needs ind gave
i. mui ance that this c >untr>
would not attempt i" impose
., ; ,.- -- tl lement
Mr. Nixon'* messnrc. r--.ul In
Ihr coiilcrritce h> M.i\ Ki-hi-r.
i>i Detroit! Mi.-h.. .i Jen life lead-
er who is a friend of Ihr Prii-
drat, "I "The I nit.-d States
is prepared to supply mUltai >
equipment necessary t support
the efforts of frient!l\ govern-
meats, lit,.- larat i-. to a tin- sif. t\ o( their people. We
WOOld prefer restraint ill the
Hhlpnienl of arraa to thi* area.
Itm we !" maintaining i enre-
iiil watch on the relative
strength ol the forces there, ind
we ill not hralttate to provide
.inns to fri.-ndl\ States as tile
need arisen,
'I an
t Israi
,>..' iti I Tin- i-
, fat as I United
Si ,t- ,- -i .- i I'll- United
Si i indi by its I
f its I ends The
Stal i is >li engage!
in trying to hi Ip the peopli
of Hi- Middle East find i*-
In thi- effort, we are consultin
fully *ith all of thus.- most
concerned The United States
belli thai pe ice can based
only on agreement between the
parties ind that agreement can
i- achieved only through m
.- between them We do
nol si ii j substitute f n such
negotiations if peace ind si
i angements accept .!>i- I i
n t ies ire I be wot ked out
nited St ites does nol In-
tend t negoti it.- the I
It ii! nol pose the
term! i W "' '
I is one
that is not oi
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The Uni
f Nov-
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lir William v Wexler, Presi-
dent ol B'nal It'riili and new I)
, i, ,1 ii.ui in.in the infer
rnce of Presidents Major
Jewish oriMiii/.iti'ins who ad-
dressed ih<- conference ol more
ih.ni 1.00' i" ro:is from
Uiromrhoul the nation, said,
we welcome President Nixon's
in. >s ure li shows that he un-
dent lada and shares our con-
cern."
p: Wi xlei i I th it Pi
dent's words indicated h
that Hi President w ints no
r ontinu-C OO PsflC 7-A
Israeli Forces End
32-Hour Occupation
Leaders Seek Legislation
To Negate Court's Ruling
JF.RV5AI.KM
.. leaden w
Oon to over-
ruling b> Israel's s
aa" Priday which will
Israelis t
Is-
I -\
.- It legtsl I-
m i jority
Court
illuw
i to hold J lionaH.
ty without bein-, J wi by r.-li-
(" Th* ('..,.:., l, ,1,1 a
Mai s^xion on th.- issue next
Jhndty, interior Minister
M* Shapiro, wl heads the
Orthodox National
P'fiy. -aid that h. a
...... th C
stjdttion iu negat ......rt'
"Jlins. which made ibsolute a
tMiporsn ordei izainsl 'he ln-
Mlnistr) in ition
cWrk
Religioua
uld de-
initiati
Th,
*niion
Hv of
njrrow five-four
** readrred
l-i. Caraman
Pah simM. n
** ?, ,,. %t.rn
"" to hat, h ,
"ti.I-n-rt ,,s .|
Hr Sesttha-bori
"J J'ivh ,( ro,------- ,,
""> larOrdUlf. ,0 h,ll,,li.
person
>f born oi ii
or converted to
.- >nrt
11 thr
iler ll-n-
Israi N Naval
;o\ i-rn
wo children
-.h although
inother is
BMrding to
**ih nnh
1 antbe
Hsshai
22 Maraiac to Orthodon
"-'slows rite*.
Tti.

Ii |.
-. I'm,
preme Court*! dechtlon ordering
the reglatrar of populationa to
ignore the halachk lajunctlona
in the sh.ilit cane aeati h>
the Orthodox as hi attempt
tu separate fewa Into categories
of religion and nationality and
tharefby en itc aategorjr f
Jews no longer subject to the
eaacuarw IggWdJIctloai of hala-
chic role. Israeli*, whetre-r nli-
ftioualy ofoaervaal or n<>t. are
.-.n.-rne.! by halaehah in mat-
ten of peraoaal status such i-
marriage and divorce Halaehah
in Israel r* irlminisler.i1 ex-
ctustvety ii> Orthodox rabbinical
courts rhe outcry a>rmist fh-
Supreme t'ourt's ruling came
mainly from Orthodox Circles
in Israel, where the decMon was
denounced from the pulnita of
most synagogues, virtually ill
..' which are Orthodox
Th.- VahtrTfaalT CWef Rhi.
iss.-r Vefmaa Daffeeaniaaa. etaim
cil th:t th^ t'ourt's rilliiiK OOO-
tlniM'il the fviitenee of ":i Oea-
trocttve tendency" on th.- bench
on the quewtJoo of who I- a Jew
ami waa "i" baafc and hmda-
mental tautiadh Ihw '",,,,
reHgtov* haw and our aaen I
Toruh." The Boph ir.li" C*lel
BabM, Itxfaak Iflahn, aald the
Jndgraeol wna aa attentfM '"
.i>stiiiii.sh iM-te.ii Jowtah rell-
Kioii unit nntionalit* vx hi. h Iff
-Indivisible.'' Me ci.i.iuei! *hal
th^ ruling <*"ui.i lead to a situa-
tion where it oerson a* con-
sidered cent lie abroad hut a
J-v% ill Israel.
Another Orthodox leader, l>>
Zerach Warhaftig. the Ministei
for Religious Affairs demanded
to know what the government's
,t mil was in the cootroversj
The Mintstei of Justice. YaCOV
Shimahoa Shapiro initiined the
Continued on P9 S-A
TEL AVIV IJTA Isr
Force '.- scored hits
a 12i -t in Erj pi Na\ y auxi-
liarj essel southeast <'f
Shadwai the I iulf >!
Suei S rhi ift, svhich
is used as a ti Is
.
Vn Israeli
inti-
I the
n vi pened firi
the Israeli

1st ..-ii forcs ended their 8t-
hotU" ixi illation of Mii.l'.an
Iriiiax niyht after removing all
portable equipment Including an
entire Britlab-buitt Deeca radar
st.it.on ami large quantities ol
arms, ammunition and other
militar) hardware. What could
not he moved waa demolished
before th.- Israeli Has waa final-
hauled down from the light-
house tower at the northern .-nil
Of tbfl island. Thr lighthouse
its. it was not touched because
its beacon at an aid to naviga-
tion.
I>r icli oui ited th it
tots fO I ii were
SI ;. ratioi
.....atly Tin.
,, nd 60 prisoners a -re
t iken The tie id included the
crew- ol two Soviet-ma le
tian torpedo boats sunk by Is-
tircraft t>fl Shadwan on
Thursday A foreign corres-
pondent selected to visit the
Island on behalf of a po"1 "f
foreign Journallata reported that
the Israeli evacuation went
smoothly and there were no
signs "f any Egyptians, on the
island. In the an or on the sea.
His report refuted claims by
Cairo yesterday that Egyptian
forces had driven the Israelis off
Shadwan.
Three Israeli soldiers hiHed
in the Shadwan action WOW
Identified aa Lt. Itxhak Kottec,
24, ot Klbbuts Glval Brenner.
Sgt, Israel Barlev, ."!. oi Klh-
buta Glval < halm and P> I
( balm iss.-iowit/. 20, of ll-r/-
Uya
Israi '
VI Day at I ii
. i
t is a battle I
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it itini il l< '
it's pn
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I!, a stal
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G -ii Dayan lid 1st u I -"
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ond was Esyptian .civ- i
thi c rin Bui the Eg)
wanl n th i he said
"Instead, P i si l< n( G imal A I
N isser has n !'-'
attrition igainsl Israel ind Is-
,. .;. -,.... ,nse i- to c induct its
own -. rslon of such a
make things easii r I ir us u
more dfifficult for them."
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National Bond Conference
Again Set In Miami Beach
C ... .,.,., ,o.-(i l.roel R.)nd drive throughout North Am.-i
The 19T0 campaign for State
of Israel Bonds will be formal!)
launched at an lrteni.ition.il In-
Conferei
. be held from Thurs-
, i--, I, 26, through Sui
M ,.,., isi at the Fontainebleau
Hotel Dr Joseph J Schv
,.- ealdenl ol
Ihe Isi tel Bond Organization.
h announced The four-day
,..,,- will inaug
w .rldv. effort to h
. ,,. problems and ne Is
of |ts c mom
the n Isi 'I th
,ii on Israel's bon
The liiTu Israel B>n will seek to provide a sub-
stantial share ol Israel's Deve-
lopment Budget of $500,000,000
. ,,- the coming year, Dr
,-,/ declared Thi Devi
i .pmenl Budget allocates :
for Israel's key di velopmenl
projects including those in the
culture, comnv i
,,n,i industrj he added
More th 'ti 2.000 Jewish le '
en rrom thi United Stal
Canada are expected to attend
the conference ind to draw up
leprint of action for the
m commui
throughout North America md
other parts of the free woi
In making his announo
of the conference, Dt S ;hn
pointed out that the foi I
v.-s-:, ins \k ould als Initiati
twentieth anniversary Isi
I c in p which was
cted al -i h
inference in Septi n
i .% He also emphasized th-'
crut il Importance ol Is
B mds in the nlng year
"The mountin I
and unreal In the Mi I
Continued on P9 7-A


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Friday, January 30, 1975
Israel's Ambassador To Denmark
Freedom Festival's Honor Guest
Col. Giora Navon
LZF Dinner Guest
Hit Excellency Esther Horlitz,
plllllil(llir ol tlu- StaU- of Israel
' Denmark, will bo tru' must of
honor at an extraoniinavy Free-
ii. 111 Festival for Israel, to be held
; 1 8 p.m. Sunday, in the Grand
Ballroom of the Fontalnebleau
Hotel. Th,- Festival is being held
1 Ivance of and in conjunction
with the 1980 International I-
,1 Confen nee for State of
j-.-., ; Bonds, which will officially
1. the 201 !i anniversary cam*
I 1 for Isi ael Bonds
Une 'M her munii-v's leading
' mats, Miss Hcrlitz, who pra-
i| ited In Ihe organization ol the
. si ii. 1950 1 onfen nee in Jcru-
- ,. n which brought about the
Lunching of the stair Bond drive.
is a former direator of the Public
Relations Department of the Is-
11; Ministry for Foreign Affairs,
and has also served as a member
1 the Tel Aviv-Jaffa Municipal
Council. She was stationed in the
United States from 1950-58,
-erving as First Secretary of the
Israel Embassy hi Washington
and, later, as Const:! of Israel in I
New York. A member of the Israel
^legation to the fifth General As-
E< mbly of the United Nations.
vhere she was assigned to the
Political Committee, she was
losely associated with Israel
Bonds during her service in the
United States.
Ambassador Herliiz wno has!
ved i:i Isra<' since she was a ;
. hild of ?i\ grew up in a pioneer
itmosi hen Sh has beei
dentified with the founding an I
levelopment >l modern
oth war an I 11 ace A
ate of the Hebrew T< .1 rs O I-
gi. gh serw I in th British
Vrmy durii .- '' rid W II in
ith Pales Follow-
ng her : le is< Iri in militarj
ice in U '< -1 w >rki I
l( resettl ment officer for Pales-
tinian ex-aervieemen hi for Bht
os appoint d Secretary
lewis! s Political D-epart-
OUR ANSWER TO NASSER is
unity to make Israel economi-
cally strong by buying Israel
Bonds and giving til it hurts!
Mayshie Friedberg
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CONTACT LENSES
f ST MR HER1ITZ
Israel's Ambassador to Denmark
ment for Arab Affa.is. a post she
held until the Arab siege of Jeru-
salem in Israel's War of Libera-
tion. During the siege, she was
second in command of Chen, the
Women's Army of Israel, in Jeru-
salem. She has also served as
International Secretary oi Mapai.
the Israel Labor Parts.
The Freedom Festival will salute
. int people of Israel for
their Stalwart defense of demo-
. in the Middle East. To mark
he occ isii n i srx ial pi jram of
. ntertainmi nl will be pr sent
ivj h Lew Norman, dramatist, ac-
tor, theatrical pro luc r. humorist
and raconteui sen insj as m
[ i rtv ; .< Mi Son
eadii in e t-
: irts in h
years, has visited thai country <>"
several occasions, and is well ac-
quainted with most of its import-
,.nt leaden. As Journalist, he
coven d the founding sessions ol
the United Nations in San Fran-
cisco In li*lo for the Associated
Press.
One of the highlights of the eve-
ning will the appearance of Jan
and Lillian Bart, outstanding hus-
band-and-wifc vocal duo. who will
[lerform traditional and popular
>,, gj of Israel and from the
Broadway musical "Milk and
EIoi i n Bart a lyric tenor
Ii g artist, h bi i n a dis-
tinguish! ; show business person-
alitj I ii ore than 3 I > ars, Mrs.
Bai t. w tow I I istri ius career
started at Radio City Music Hall,
has joined her husband in one rts
throughout the United States,
Cans la irope. Australia and
Israel.
The Festival will inaugurate a
series ol events in the Greater
I Miami area to spur the sale of
Israel Bonds during an intensified
25-day period prior to the start
of the WTO International Confer-
ence, which will be held from
Thursday. Feb. 28. through Satur-
day. Feb. 28 at the Fontainebleau
; Hotel.
Thi State of Israel Bond Issue
is ntral soun i ol i:-.\' sti
d for tsra I's historic pro-
, : coni mic devel ipment.
- mi rivi i from the sale
I Israel Bonds are makin
the buildi f homes the
i-owl
xpai -. -. of irrigation,
nstru i
. ,., f eli c-
power. ai I icploitatioi
-
Col. Giora Savon, who has been
involved in Israel's struggle for
independence sinci Hagan ih d iy
and currently Is Counselor to the
Permanent Missi n ol Israel to
the United Nati "is. will the
guest speaker it the LnbarZtonist
Farband and Pioneer W<
Israel Dinner of State, Sunday,
Feb. 8. at the Pontainebleau Hotel
He will confer the Jerusalem
Peace Awai I Mi u I Mrs.
Jack Filosof at the ii i > I
Zionist >nt's dinne
half of Israi B m '-
The dinner
bj Dr I- m Kr inish morary
.' ::
Moe Levii nd Jot :" ''" :"
h i- ami luncod
it by the
.. | .:.... i irist,
j ... | Cohei : I ''
many .1 i's tv-t known
entertainment I "n tl1''
mosl popular television programs.
a6 i :' A precede
the dinner, which will begin at
6:30. The well known Shalom
Group will provide music i"i din-
ner and dancing
Col. Navon, who emigrated t.'
Isr lei > inj in 1938,
joined Kibbutz Hatzor, where he
was a memb< i until 1949 During
th's time he studying
history tl H in a ",':...
in J-. :'.!- ilem
*s
<*
COt. GIORA NAVON
In 1946 he joiner1 the Southern!
Comm ind of the Haganall
served with the Givati i-. ,
during the LS48 War o; Ind |
once.
He has seTretl with the Israeli
Defense Fureea since it- incep-l
tion In 1**4X. and fulfilled i.rious]
functions at it- General Hesd-|
quarters.
Col N ivon has si rved ..-
selor to the Permanent v
il Israi t" the United N
since August, 1969.
r-ir
L'lpan Series Starts Second Semester
The Adu I'. brew courses 1
j the Bun au
ication is part I I I: s
: serirs [w^in a secoi
'- r of classes in the Bun tu's 94
Lincoln Rd. offices .it s p.m. Tu s-
day, L'onard Z:lb.'rt. presidei
the Bureau, has announo I
The winter sem ste wi nsis
it 10 two-hour classes the
itarj termedlal
.. 1 levels. Rahbi 1st
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Jeunsi Comn tnities of North Miami Beach.
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Way. January 30.
Chapter Hears
Reeves, Sr.
r Man I v Nr;"''
*S5**....." t5"r,h
8'%,. publish' i and manag-
IS- ft returned from Iaracl.
BKftjni of .he M-aml-
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Mr. and Mrs. Milton Sirkin
Coehair Technion Dinner
E Albert Pallol, dinner chair-
man Di the American Technion
Society, South Florida Chapter,
has announced the appointment ol
Mr ;inl Mr- Milton Sirkin ax
chairmen
The annual dinner, to held
Saturdaj evening March 7. it the
Fontainebleau Hotel, will feature
.in outstanding speaker, and ^\. 11
honor i prominent Floridi in, ad
Pallet said.
Milton and Miriam Sirkin, who
have Imni reaMenti ol thta com-
munity for 91 ye rs, have been
involved i- civic and cwmnunltj
Chug I\ri (>r "Chug iv ri." the H e b r e w -
speaking group ol North Mian
Beach, will meet Wednesday, at
2 p In the Blue Room of Temple
Mi-nor.ih. C.iihl, Ave ind 75th
51 Miami Beach s >i >mon Simon
isociatc professor if Bible and
Ethics -it the Jewish Teacher-
Seminar) ol New York, sill lec-
lun on Tht l xilo n B ib> Ionia
*"1can Israeli
* *.*. Article, rx
F,r sY.i99M _
*dnh hwi
. Scfcwsrti
leaders for most of thai time
Both have been dedicated nm-
ben ol the South Florida Chapter
of the American Technion Society,
and Ibmt served In cxecutiv. cana-
cities, -
They ha' \ isite I Israel and
were present at dedication a re-
monies of m buildings it Tech-
nion, on Mount I'.irm. i. overlook-
inn Haifa
Technion Imael Institute of
rechnoloaQ ithe MIT ol the Mki-
li' r- isi i. i-israet'a moat im-
portant technoiofcical resource,
produces engineers and architects,
conducts research, and offers the
findings of this research for direct
application in industry, agricul-
ture, government mil national de-
fense." Ihey declared.
Stud >nts from a dozen Vfrlcan
countries, from Ceylon, Burma and
Thailand co m to Technion t
learn nhoul modern ufniculture,
and return lo their count
turn to tench these techniques ni
their universities Ihe Sit kins re-
ported,
r.i'.-nii ~ i', hnion the Sirkins
MIKIAH SIRKIN
are involved in Temple Emanu-KI
n'here Milton hi- served aa peesi-
i.nt of ihe Men's Club. They am
founders of the YM-YWH V and
Miriam i- the only woman i
li" ted inraid< ni >f ires county-
w ck organizat on, Mr Sirkin is i
t^ pre* idenl of Miami 1 lea ''
Kmanis, ind n director of th,
Miami Bench First Matlonnl Rink
Akm iate chairmen of the Teeh-
WtrOH SHKIN
ni-ui ilinner named by Mr Pallot,
Inelode Meyer A Baakin, Si mnel
M Bernstein, Cy Blumenthaf,
Stu irl S F'.oi-o\ iy, Richard I.
Goodman, Vbrahnm A. Grunhut,
Maurice Hertz, Jacob Kat/man,
tosenb H Upton, Samuel Rerflich.
.111<*-.;. Herliert It Shapiro I i
Vfelsman ind Dr II Ft in
Wlllin ns
Northeast Airlines
introduces the economy class
Seat-and-a-Half.
Whenever our Yellow-bird1 jets aren't full you
cm convert your economy class seat into a seat
aii.l a half.
' Which means yon get a lot more room to relax.
And that's something no other airline gives you.
' For information and reservations on any of our
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Philadelphia, New York, Hartford, Boston and
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Miami: 379-4361, in Ft. Lauderdale: 525-8111.
NortheastYeltawbirds non-stop to NewYork and Los Angeles.
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Volume 43
Friday. January 30, 1970
Number 4
23 SHEVAT 5730
Policy Makes Ties Stronger
There are some with lcng memories who cannot
forget that it wasn't too many decades ago tha! the
Reform movement took a dim. if not hostile, view of the
Zionist dream of a State o: Israel. How far from present-
day thinking that position is can best be illustrated by the
announcement that all entering rabbinic students at the
Hebrew Union College-Jewish Institute of Religion will
spend their entire first yea: in Israel, beginning with the
academic year next Fall.
American Reform Judaism's ties with Israel, despite
the continued hostile attitude of the Orthodox hierarchy
which is also aimed at Conservative Judaism), will be
stronger than ever as a result of this new policy. It will
further deepen the commitment which every American Jew
feels for the land of our fathers.
Dialogue Of Mutual Benefit
The possibility of better relations between Jews and
Catholics, which opened up with Vatican Council II, is
now extended by the most recent working paper prepared
by the Vatican Secretariat for the Promotion of Christian
Unity. Dialogue which recognizes not only that Catholics
acknowledge that Jews must remain so, would be of
mutual benefit.
The initiative by Cardinal Shehan of Baltimore to
bring Catholics to a closer understanding of the religious
significance of Israel for Jews is no small by-product of
the latest Vatican move and can clear the air of mis-
conceptions which can only be good for all concerned.
Thank Heavens For Yale
Religious freedom has brought forth many martvrs
but none stranger than the athletic hierarchy at Yale
University. That prestigious seat of learning openly defied
the National Collegiate Athletic Association last summer
when it permitted one of its Jewish basketball players to
play in the Maccabiah games in Israel. Because of the
idiotic feud between NCAA and the AAU, an idiotic rule
was adopted that would have barred some college athletes
from the competition.
Few people are affected by all this athletic nonsense
which at one time even had the White House in an uproar.
Yale refused to bow on an issue which they feel is a
matter of religious freedom and not only refused to stop the
young man from playing but are using him as a player
this year, saying they are "perfectly willing to take
whatever punishment is handed out."
Although some people take a dim view of young men
in shorts running and jumping around with great strain
for some medals, this is as nothing compared with the
dim-wits in the athletic hierarchy who run the shows.
Their attitude on the Maccabiah Games has nothing to do
with Israel or Jews but is only a reflection of their own
childish feuding in which the young athlete is an innocent
victim. Thank heavens for Yale.
Calendar Use Would Avoid Conflict
One of the less known services of Greater Miami's
Jewish Federation is the publication of a community calen-
dar listing the events and activities of the many organiza-
tions which make up the Jewish community. Theoretically,
at least, the calendar service exists to prevent scheduling
important affairs that conflict with other important affairs.
We say "theoretically," because a large number of these
organizations seem to be unaware that such a calendar
service exists.
The maturity of a community can be measured by the
manner in which its various organizations cooperate in
planning dates. We highly recommend the greater use and
understanding of Federation's calendar by all institutions.
It rj not surprising that a
rabbi a teacher of rabbis at
that would take a somewhat
biased view of the comiH'tition
between the "Jewish civil serv-
ice" and the synagogue, but Rab-
bi Robert L. Katz. of the He-
brew Union College, presents his
biases in such a gentle manner
that even those who might dis-
agree with him find it difficult
to fault his reasoning.
What Dr. Katz calls our "civil
service" Is a fairly new phe-
nomenon in Jewish life since
World War II. really which
offers professional services that
overlap areas ol i abl inii al
Insti ad of thi rabbi bi
the spoki sm in for the Ji wish
munity, as he h .is in thi i I
dim past, it is I ss
under ,)( wii aus| ic< s Com-
mittee, Congress, B'nai B'rith
is in th< i-:' front. Rabbi
Katz doi -ii'i this is 1
but ih. q rations hi raised
his lecture go
heai'
probli ;n ni survh al.
II hi an to n main as a -
ity in the liiiti it
Stati s, he points out, it is I
in ha> !" ople wc II-
qualified in family coui -
voluntary group activities and
n rii ation, old age can .
tional counsi ling nit)
icial action. They are a'l val a-
ble. i;i his frame ol i
but they can all be secured
without Jewish auspices and un-
less there is some Jewish ra-
tionale, "t'nli ss Judaism has
positivi contribution to n
why continue to exist" and, by
implication. n< ither these pro-
fi gsionals nor their agi ncii s
Comment
have long range Jewish com-
mitment.
Recognition of this competition
and. possibly, the desire to win
it are partly responsible for the
great upsurge in applications to
thi seminaries, both Jewish and
Christian, in the o| inion ol Rab-
in Katz. iHi i'ii Union Colli g<
this yea:. I undt ist,mil. is turn-
ing away four times as :
studi nts as il can accept
only a i' :> ars ago il 5
uses
> rabbis want to '.
lion :- Thi
, ; s s ethil
give to I
its el for the sane-
t :. il
b) .: .t
'
: :- ike tl
essors :'
:
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,- exciting t
Whi -;:..'
. t | ferment is
withu
ttstant
Katz. v .

i realit !
- i a I |> laci '
. Hebrai; I
: <
is I tx st lik
thi y want I -. us."
isons I
e the Jew is
by EDWARD COHEN
belief of the r.oi-Jiw
an1 all pious when, of
we don't deserve the
tion." Rabbi Katz say-
rrality is that Jews ha
in for candy-coated typ..
filiation and ai< content
back in their pews
i ver occupy thi n ,
to the rabbis without .
ol guilt." Th. y i the
the cnnscieic | thi
community, an
wrong.
Rabbi Katz ; ts to i
greater dangi i
Into compli ti -
of tl
by Christii
ronti ibul li ilizai
its contim
; use. Thi ir y -
ndini ire no
1 isii humai is
mo i t :
From this point f vie
with which I agrei fi
\|'i ii. no h
if --
.-..In
bet ween the n
.! h ish Ci\ il S .. i
won bj th.'si
come out of t sai
with Jewish
poor, the oppi
: r all tin | :
the world. IT* ; re I
Rabbi Katz t.
make us feel guilty thai
not I-1 forn inj i mi
Ji ws whi re the act
nol in the library or ti
. bIoim : nd rtai
in tin si culai nizai
thei are constituted to
it w
xirtN
uttJ
ThJ
?on
ol al
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MATTER OF FACT
by JOSEPH ALSOP
WASHINGTON President
Nixon is obviously going to sub-
mit a highly political budget,
ostentatiously pruned and bal-
anced. One even suspects stage-
management in the well-pub-
licized scene at the White House,
when the President abruptly re-
jected the supposedly final bud-
pet estimates, and demanded an-
other S3 billion in cuts.
Yet tne time win come and
come pretty soon' when the
simple requirements of nat
survival will have to b< ; t
ahead of part> politics Ai
is a fair prediction that whi
that time doi s come, an unhai j
President and a reluctant i
gn sv will havi to tui". t a
value-added tax
This is a transactions tax
rather than a sali s tax Thi n -
nothing very radical aba it
either, although it makes
xtrenic right and the lib
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lift stutter with inn
France. Germany and t
' i lands use it already.
a value-added tax of a
15' will soon t" man I
all the countrn : the r
Common Maik< t.
Kurthi i limn one of '
unseen dramas of this Bf s
budget-making | rocess
Pi i sidint's 11 ;i Ction
American value-added ta
point is that tin new ta:
n ii. i strong support in
influential quarti ; a
The chairman of the
. i Economic Ad> isers, I i
McCracken, was .- fax
So w .is See; i tar> nl Co
Maurice Stain S was
Director Robert Mayo.
Tin re w as i vi n stiu !
port at the Tii a.-my. B
the Tii asm \ 'i tax I X]
sistant Seen tary I
I 'oh. n, said In w anted I
to Europe to study t
ol thi tax i ton
commendati >n. Thi
'..hi in fai
Itj ol
n on i .v.
latdt i
ipflmi
tax. But t rest, h
the Pn sident highl) i
live former law | ai ti
Alexand) r,
against
Tins wa
the Presidents dccisii.
other factor was his des
present a "credibly" bal
budget, to aid his fight aganM
inflation. A budget balanced in
the basis of a value-add.-d tax
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u-oarv 30 1970
*JeHiiincridfdir
Page 5-fl.
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NOW...
Regular Passbook
Savings Accounts
at Dade Federal
earn 5 % a year...
AND,
Interest is
Compounded Daily
on all DFS
Savings Accounts
DADE FEDERAL SAVINGS
AND LOAN ASSOCIATION OF MIAMI
?DFS:
ftDm\ *v
F .>^!2fr
Joseph M. Lipton, Chairman
Allapattah Branch Edison Center Branch
U00N.W.36thSt. 5800 NW 7th Ave.
North Miami Branch
12600 NW. 7th Ave.
Sky Lake Branch
18300 N E. 19th Ave.
Tamiami Branch
1901 S.W. 8th St.
Kendall Branch
US. 1 at S.W. 104th St.
Cutler Ridge Branch
10808 Caribbean Blvd.


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+JenistrkridFi3ir
Friday, January 30,

Vice Presidents To Serve
As Campaign's Chairmen
Thriv vice pivsidi nls of the
ungregation have accvpted gen-
i. 11 chairmanships of Temple Is-
,.i i ji Greatci Miami's new Sanc-
tuary campaign, it was announced
this work by Joseph A Garfiekl,
president of the pioneer Reform
i a congregation.
Nathan S Gumenick. Robert
Russell and William Siegel were
named as pan of a leadership
ti am which is in the, process ol
'.mi ition, Gai field said, and will
reflect a cross-section ol the syna-
gogue's more than 1900 family
m mb s ;-, The goal of a new
Sanctuary for our 50th anniver-
sary in 197^' will involve everj
member during these next two
years, and ii is personal!) grati-
fying in mi- thai our i<> officers
have volunteered to tackle one of
tin toughest areas." Garfleld said.
Tin- three general chairmen air
well-known in tin community for
Alsop
Continued from Piqe 4-A
tvould nol have been "credible."
si of the pn si nl strength
il it- congressions
.mm i lirman V
Mills ol H

Yet 1 I -
tax Chi
it | Ihro

I
Is. 1
iinn
>
'
Ni ithii to be hoped fi ir,
I he so-< ailed fiscal
li\ id ul the noi ma I rise in
\ it i suits from
i om mil -i ow Ih. A good deal
il i h fiscal di\ idend v\ as given
a i\ bj Mi' tax bill. More will
ie coi sumed by huge and man-
latory rises In spending on
I. n.iiis for the aged and all
mhis ui other good purposes.
So thai Ii aves no real money
I solve the vasl and pressing
roblems thai literally threaten
the surival of this nation. Our
Failure to educate the children
ol ih verj poor; our impotence
I control t he drug-crime com-
ilex; our tolerance <>f ever more
horrible air and water pollution;
sir novel downgrading of the
national defense these are
the probli ms.
Thej make a dreadful list.
<'i\il v\ar; uninhabitable great
cities; an uninhabitable con-
tinent; a nation destroyed
iii se are the respective consc-
ience tiiat can be easily fore-
[ told, nun failure to solve tin se
. iroblems. The use ol the word
"suri. ival" is in truth all too
stifiable,
Yit quite enough survival
i om .. can b< found bj a simple
alt* Ided tax on tin' I vcl
of W si Germany's. This would
produce no less than $43 bUUon
a year in America.
There is a moralistic notion.
ol course, thai all indirect taouir
is wicked. Yet England under a
Labor vmcrnment, despite the
normously high Knulish tacome
taxes, gets -17..V. of total reve-
nue from irnbrcct taxation. The
comparable L.S. fi^uce. Inclu-
ding all state utM taxes and the
like, is only alxjiit .10';.
There is hJko a notion that
we can stand bo more taxation
il anj kind. Yet taxation now
consumes aboul 40'; of the
11 is- national piotkuts ol the
Kurofiean nations, whereas the
rompa able r.s. figure is only
30' I And if more money is
needed for survival, and it can
j only I a raised by a value-added
lav, there is nothing to do but
paj Up and look pleasant.
Russell
Gumenick
Siegel
their activities in many charitable though he spends a good deal ol
and civic endeavors. Their accept- his time in Richmond, V'a. where
ai:ce of their posts, Garfleld said, his major buildks Interests an
is "an endorsement of the im- He is n founder ol Mount Sinai
portance of the synagogue in the Hospital among other major pin-
In arts and plans 0f Amet lean Jew- Icntlnopie interests.
ish leaders. The- know, as iio I.
that Judaism in this country can
in only as strong as the synagogue
is strong, and Temple Israel's suc-
cess is a measure of that strength.
The need to house properly our
large congregation is apparent to
all of us and to the community
. -. .. serves in manv imiKirtant nationa
88 a whole, which tmii- so much .,,"*. ,. .
Russc il. who :s leading tin' Com-
bined Jewish Appeal-Israel Emer-
gencj Fund campaign for a sec
end year, In sides his business in-
terests as head of I'.usseii Alumi-
num is devoting much of his time
to the Jewish community and
use from our faciliti. S."
Gumenick. pii necr high-rise
buildi r on Miami Beach, has play-
ed an active role in the civic
affairs of thai community al- >i the eountn b
rapacities in addition to his local
activitv.
An invi stir, nt consultant
Sh gi l has inti rests sect ions
o Theologians Conducting
Annual (iusnian InsliSuU1
tu eiv. a good deal Ol tit"" to < vent as well as th> ,,.,',*..,,.
a, Temple Israt l where which has provided a I
Ihc William and Irene Siegel Semi-j selling service for :.
,-. is a well-established annual g -ration.
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i Jewish Institute
il Relig n, the f?U' si lec-
turer at Sunda; G
field Adult Institute "How Can
Modern M in He!.eve in I. I?
a ill be his subject.
Dr. Markus Barth, professor of
theology .it the University of Pit-
tsburgh, and Father Edward
Flannery. executive secretary ol
the Secretarial for Catholic-Jew
Doctor To Discuss
Health Care Topic
Dr. Fred Seligman, director of
the University Of Miami Compre-
hensive Health ("are Program, will
be the guest speaker at the 9:.">0
a.m. Sunday "Vital Issues Series"
at the Beth David South Audi-
torium. ToOo SW 120th St.. Rabbi
Sol Landau has announced
National chairman of the Or-
ganization ol Children and Youth
Projects, Dr. Seligman is also as-
sociate professor of pediatrics at
I'-M's School of Medicine. His
topic will be Community Health
I 'are "
The Vital Issues Series at Beth
David is a continuing program fea-
turing outstanding guest lecturers
discussing topics of vital concern
in confrontation with the historic
picture of Judaism and sources.
Programs are arranged under the
auspices of the Beth David Adult
Kdueation Committee, ol which
Morton Weinberger is chairman.
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Templi 1-:
All three spi ket in
to their acknowledj ship
in modern r< ligious thought, have
had l in-. 'Xperience in ecumenic il
dialogue .ml are expected to bring
to the Gusman Institute one of
the most exciting seminars in it-
history. At the morning session
the papers will lie on 'The Theolo-
gy and Histoiv nl the Jewish-
Christian Relationship" and, fol-
lowing luncheon, will deal with
"The Problems and Responsibili-
ties of the Jewish-Christian Rela-
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30. 1970
*JmUtiHei*Jbn
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fictional Bond Conference Set For Beach Mxon Sends Reassuring
Message To Conference
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M.om. Flo. 33101.
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nh ral n sources
.lust as tvaj the cow twenty
yean tgo It ii U h tod ly thai
].. future dt i Is to an
n\-rrwhclmtng giro on 'is >-
-. The 1970 c im-
lira B ads will
kecisivc facl tut in
ulu e 'I I- I through
. i ; m
h utiiing that Ih yi n
and Itv r* nt di c tdt 1- tcl w ill
n |uirc Uriel I'-md .
If pTOgl m>-
Schwa n
; > ing in i' unties
1970
Thi
chemical mai il ng c im
h \ at Arad a developmenl
town near the I* d Se which
da) b Israel's I trgest
induv i.. Wh 11 in opera) i m. it
is i xpecti d to i irn B23 nil in
.i year from xpoi U
Thi >f the new
d< epwater harbor at \-h lod
til .i reach % i c irgi .-. .e.t ,,f
l.(MW>.OOf> l.msie,! \s:H ,,|
el ves .is i ne p n t for Ji us ilem
and the Nege\ ind ndles
'in bulk of Ii Itrus ex-
ports
The of th 42-
tnch 'Ol pipi line frorn l-.i ith i
Aahkelon for thr transshipment
of 60.000.00 t ms ., >. ir
from the I'.i-l Sea to Mcditcr-
i'i ami Buropean count
9 The development of Indus-
triea g ired I i export, parl Icu-
larl) highl) sophisticated plants
requiring less utilization of im-
ported Roods and relying heavily
on tatrael'i large i">i <>f akilli*d
professional and technic il per-
innnel. Thi sc Inclu le it*
cal, eli ctronlcs, plastics and
: ini che nical industi ii -
The expansion of hoi'-
employment opportunities and
othi necessai > to in-
Israel's newcomers
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Women i Dit
Bond '
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further erosion in American
policy," .mil stressed thitt '"our
disagreement with American
policy has not l.....n ovi motiva-
lions oi intcntioru b it o\er
' ctics" He .is- tiled recent
St iti Dep irtment Initiatives .is
having "poorly served American
interests, American prestige,
American credibility."
Sen Fred H. Harris, of Okla-
homa, chairman of the Democra-
tic National Committee, who
. ddressed the < o n r r e n c e
charged that the .Nixon adminis-
tration u.is changing "tradi-
tional policy toward Israel" and
Jeopardizing that country. He
called for a public explanation of
111. shift, and said it M is "nol
In the national interest of the
United si ites to try un-
masked i" neg itiate for the
Isr ells He -a .1 thai Israelis
ii id 'good i easons for their
fe n ind that the L'.S
ernment should retrain from
being "the architect of a
i! .' nt whi nothin ;
but lends to i : yet im ither
round ol n u Sen 11 trris =iid
that m my A I pi --
ilone i U.s in\i ii nenl in V I
\ -n but Hi the \
-t ike in '........tii
i| l-i I is nol la He
n Isi icl I
I..! final I arms
Sen, i.union \\: .1 oi Colorado,
i h.linn.in nt the ReuuMleau
I'.p'l. \ ( nlilinill..- I..hi the i' Ml
r.n-iiri- lliil he Unn\ that 1*1 i-si-
di-nt M\nn would iio "every-
thing he ean hoth .rnnoiiii. .ill >
and militarily to iisMir. tin
si'ii rity of Israel, short of siiji-
l'l\ ini; manpower in the area.
There ou Im- no qin^.iioii ol an>
Weakening of support for Is-
rael's sovereignty, aeenrltj and
trength bj the I'.s. gavern-
ment. The I'.S. go\ ernment has
no intention ol permitting Is-
rael to become mintarllj xuliu-r-
ai>ie. The Phantom aircraft
win. Ii continue In arrive In Is.
rael arc evidence of this tact,""
he milled.
Rabbi Herschel Schacter, n -
chairman of the Presi-
dents Conference presided. Oth-
er speakers included Prof. Han
.1 Morgenthau of the Univi rsil
of Chicago; Father Edward II
Flannery, executive secretar>
for Catholic-Jewish Relations
National Conference ol Rishopf
Dr Franklin Littell, Pn>f.
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CJA-IEF Campaign Leaders Appointed
Leonard A. \* ieni
Dinner Chairman!
Larry Silvcrman has boon
named chairman of the Motel Divi-
for the 1970 Combined Jew-
ish Appeal-Israel Emergency Fund
campaign. Robert Russell, general
chairman of the CJA-IEF drive.
announced. David Porvin and
Morton Stein will serve as cochair-
n of the division. For the fifth
successive year,
Mr. Silverman has served num-
is charitable and philanthropic
groups In Greater Miami, such as
t;.i United Fund, the Jewish Home
; i the Aged, and the Greater
Miami Jewish Federation. Mr.
Porvin has been associated with
the Greater Miami Jewish Federa-
tion and its annual campaign for
almost 15 years and has served
hi leadership positions in the Motel
Division during this period. Mr.
. has also been active in the
Ft deration for many years.
The committee includes: Fred
Abrams, Louis AUwell, Sol Atlin,
Charles Fellerman, Philip Joseph,
Julius Kaplan. Benson Keats, Mor-
ris Linksy, Harry I.uberg, Casper
Marks, Harry Parmet. Charles
PragVT, Benjamin Rimer. George
Steiner, .Milton Sugar and Philip
Wolf.
Chairmen were named this
week for the Oliver House Com-
: Jewish Appeal-Israel Emer-
( ncy Fund Committee. Ben Ess. n,
citairman of the Residence and
High-Rise Division, has anro
Harold Brandee, Leo A. Chaikin,
a q. Meyer Eggnatz and J. Lewis
aley will serve as cochairmen;
& committee is being select* d l r
i k building.
Herman Eaton has accepted the
chairmanship of tlii Kennedy
House Combined Jewish Appeal-
Israel Emergency Fund Commit-
tee, Mr. Essen announced.
The campaign leadership for the
Belle Plaza and Belle Towers'
3970 Combined Jewish Appeal-Is-
...-. Emergency Fund drive, will
include Matthew Hartston and
Jack Popick, who will serve as
cochairmen for the Belle Plaza,
Leon J. Ell anil Louis E. Gold-
; an will cochair the efforts al
Towers.
Under the leadership of thea
i men. a campaign cabinet and
i mmittee has been formed. It
meet on Feb. 12 to plan their
annual fund-raising affair.
The campaign cabinet Includ -
- Franci s Abrams, Sam I
n, Harry Fadem, David Felix.
rence Freedman, Mrs. Elma
Kaufman. Sam C. Levenson, Mrs
Vlrs. S nuel Miller.
ham Sonabend and Murray
Rabbi Solomon Schiff. Director
of the Community Chaplaincy
Service of the Greater Miami Jew-
ish Federation and Executive Vice
President of the Rabbinical Asso-
ciation of Greater Miami, will be
the guest speaker on Feb. 3 at
the annual meeting of the Bay
Terrace Apartment residents on
behalf of the 1970 Combined Jew-
ish Appeal-Israel Emergency Fund
campaign. The affair will take
place in the Social Hall of Bay
Terrace at 7:30 p.m.
Cochairmen of the event are:
Molly Fishman, Leonard Mandel,
Ciaire Herzog and Gertrude Skom.
The Bay Terrace CJA-IEF Com-
mittee Includes: Sue Ann Anholtz,
Jack Applebaum, Carol Baer,
Frank Barer. Gertrude Blankfein,
Frances Browser, Mario Colitis.
Carl Cotler, Mr. and Mrs. Hyman
Deutsch, Edward I. Ellman, Mr.
and Mrs. David Fishman. Dorothy
Fishman, Polly Fleishman. Sid
G< Iman, Ida L. Ginsburg, Samuel
Goldstein, Julius Gordon. Hilda
Giant.

Also. Harold V. Jacobs. B. Jan- '
kelowitz, Bess Kline. Lillian R.
Kristall, Mai ion Levinson. Meyer
Levy, Jeanette Magid. Jessie O.
MarCUS, David Rubenstein, Morris
Sapir, Philip Sapir. Edward
Schuchman. Louis Schuchman.
\ ictor Slone. William Spiwak,
Morris Solomon, Samuel Solomon, i
William Taub. Mary Weinkle, and
Aaron Weiss.
Gerald Schwartz. honorary
president of the Zionist Council of
South Florida, will be the guest
speaker Feb. 8 at the Southgate
Towers annual breakfast on behall
of the 1970 Combined Jewish Ap-
peal-Israel Emergency Fund cam-
i aign, it has been announo '. by
H. J.ick Chasin, coordinator of
ih, S ith Towers CJA-IEF
Committee.
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Leaders Seek Legislation
To Negate Court's Ruling
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(Continued from fast- 1-A)
court's decision and its constitu-
tional implications. Two Orili>-
dox poltical factions, the Agudat
Israel and the Poalci Agudal I--
rael, have air. idy submit!
private members' bills to the
Kn I which .vould o\ i rtui n
the c lurt's de. si. m, Opinion is
divided in political circles ov< .
hew the Knesset would act A
: itj app. ii i 'l to beli >ve
thai somi sort of legislation
would be adopted e\ entu ill>
that would preclude any distinc-
tion between Jewish nationality
and religion. Minister-Without-
Portfolio Victor Shemtov, of the
Mapam faction said he did not
,o the Cabinet would
an) itt' mpt to alter the ma jori-
ty decision of the Court.
The Court hearings w*-re held
i>> an unprecedented |ianel oi
nine justices, comprising all
present members of the Supreme
Court, which normally has ten
members. (There is ;i current
vacancy caused bj the resigna-
tion t Benjamin Halevy who
was elected to the Knesset.) The
majority held that the Jewish
religion was not identical with
Jewish nationality and that an
Individual could belong to the
Jewish nation" without being
a .lew h\ religion. The minoriI \
held thai the "Jewish nation"
could not lie separated from
the Jewish religion.
: S
on the ruling
r ise 1 was m activ. dutv
AH m Gener i] Meir Sh
I
. .
rter h is n i I
th polil
A n .....' :.\ j(
' lei need the S
C t ruling. RaN S
man Lamm, profess ir of .'
Yeshiva Univer-
I that the C
I the unity ol '
ivincial
:- I" 5s cha II ibly on
a s cio political expedience"
Rabbi Zev Segal, president of
the Rabbinical Council of
America called the rulin
viol ition of halachah
which could n ng a "tragic
ruptur. '.:'.i 1i lations he!
Jews I itsi Is id."
leaders el Conservatives and
Reform Judaism In America,
which have no counterpart ill
Israel, withheld comment. The
Chlel Rabbi ol Greal Britain
saul in a BBC Interview Frtdaj
thai he wan concerned that the
court decision miulit "drive a
wedge" between Jews and would
create difficulties ill matters of
personal status which are under
the jurisdiction ol rabbtntcal
courts. Alderman Michael Fid-
ler, president ol the Board of
. Deputies Ol British .lews, said
he didn't think thai the Anglo-
Jewish rommunlt) would !> af-
fected In the i-niiit"s decision.
He s.iid Itritish Jews would
continue to adhere to religious
law which hoi- that onlj the
olfsorii.-: ol a Jewish mother
i Jewish.
'l he l tally luoted
"dipl imat i Lot
th.it the Courl
mil' 5 won thou-
sands ol pew s in Bi il
America ; I
to Isr r
it that th.
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jjusiness Leaders Head
Mercantile Division
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el in.' Boy Scouts Circua anil the
Gn it r Miami Needs Study of the
Miami Coalition He \a
,i mi mbCT n! til. qual Employ-
(tppoi (unity Task Force, .i
: ard m tnber I the 1l< ai I Am -
Pimm i Advisor) '. nv
i m> mh r of t;n Gn atei
i tiilhanrmonii So k ty are'
i. mber ol Ihe VM-YWHA
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.Mr )a\ Is, U'. ti. i mI mi. :. I i
. .i r for Burdlm V has been
ciatcd with leadership posi-
a : .r ]! .i. than tin11 \i in
ai !". Greater Miami Jewish Ped-
al Ion.
Mr Hammer, who has also bet n
iti .i in i. ail-1 ship i*ivi!.
it:; Fedi iation, is p n i al mi r-
i andisc ol Joi lai i
Marsh
HUMAN HAMMIB
LOUIS /. DAVIS
WILLIAM S. BURIN
Hebrew University Library Is Recipient Of Judaica Donation
1970 Campaign Is Launched
\t Dinner Honoring Rabin

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the philanthropy ol American
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Local Delegation
To Washington
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in Jerusalem has recci\ rl anothci
1 u. natii ol Judaica iiom
Sl< .'in.-, it/ i ditoi 'iih
t the weekly Jiui-h News
in I>. troit.
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t. i j coi t. mpoiary
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and the i 'ni\i '' ichigan
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locun ul ..i-i : int i
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munit)
Mr Slomoiit/ who has i ai tici-
.,' d il .'..ir-t activttii !
V ,u- was i and
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Mi Slomov it/, in his i apai itj
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J\V\ Post To Nominate
Officers For 1970-71
Commander Jess Gibian ol
,i.i Mia -: Ji w ish
War Veterans Posi 681 announces
th it fii si n n inations ol office rs
for 197 '-71 will be held al 9 30
Sunda>. al Ti mi Tifi reth
Jacob during the regular monthly
and bn akfast m. eting
Fii al non is and election
will take place at Temple Tifen th
Jacob during thi regulai monthly
11 eakfast m< eting at 9 0 a.m
Sunday. March 1.
Wiener Men's Club Speaker
The Men's Club ol Ti mpli Ni r
w ill hold n~ month! Break-
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Friday, Janucr-.- 30
THE RABBI SPEAKS FROM HIS PULPIT
Our Willingness To Pa\
Kabbi Schitl
By RABBI SOLOMON SCII1KF
Director
( oiiuiiiinitv < lia.'laiiu v Service
The month of February has UeV n
d< signated as Combined Jewish
Appeal Israel Emergency Fund
Month by the Rabbinical Associa-
tion of Greater Miami and by
other communi-
ty bodies. Hope-
fully, this will
help bring the
official launch-
ing of the 1970
campaign to a
resounding suc-
cess.
I see a direct
parallel between
this and the
highlight of this
week's scriptur-
al reading, namely, the giving ol
the Torah at Mount Sinai.
The major test tor the Israelites
to be given the Torah and to be
allowed to keep it was their wil-
lingness to pay for it. Their un-
animous proclamation "Naasi
Venishma we will perform and
we will listen," whs the magical
i assword to release the Divine
tn asure t" th< ii custody. They
said, in effect, "W< shall pay any
price, bear any burden, meet any
hardship to assure the survival
and m ess il our Fail
The Jews kept thai pi
Through the Babylonian exile, the
Roman oppression, thi Spanish In-
quisition, the Russian pogroms,
and the Nazi smoke factories, the
Jews paid every price to keep that
ancient treasure.
In 19-ts. the Jews of the world
were presented with another treas-
the State of Israel. Once
a test had to be passed, and
:t was. The Jews of the world pro-
ed nr.ee again, "We shall pay
any price, beat any burden, meet
any hardship to assure the sur-
vival ii d ici ss ol the state of
Israi I."
Wi have I s bj eti d to that
It si The
question bel s is we i
iss the
. v, i ?"
Some t; there was a
.- In
l.ifi The i
nice, but t I not quite
ti ii. s not free. Il
i entj ti pn servi it.
Fn Ion .- : I free. [I
blood and ( Is to defend it.
Education i- not free. It takes
This- page ii fret jrej in
Cooperation with the Greater
Mumi Rjbrimi cal Association.
Coordirtdti'T of the featurei
appe.irmz he*e ii
DR MAX UPSCHITZ
Spiritual trader of
Beth Torah CONCRBGATION
op North Miami Bfach
fortunes to build schools and tram
t< achers.
There are things thai are free!
Poverty, misery, dis> as.- and ignor-
are tree. It eosis nothing to
let people starve. It costs plenty
to feed them.
No! The Ix'st things in life arc
not free. They are costly. Wi gel
what we pay for. We get nothing
foi nothing.
When I hear of someone who is
tired of giving to the CJA-IEF,
I think of the man who was tired
cf paying his son's bills. He com-
1 lalned about the doctor bills.
(lothtng bills, grocery bills, col-
lege tuition bills, etc. "Son, you
are costing me a lot ol money.
I never seem to slop paying for
you." Suddenly the son took ill
and before long he died. The fath-
er didn't have to pay any more
bills. The boy hasn't cost him one
.. nl since.
A sluing vibrant Israel is costly.
An Israel able to stand off hostile
millions dedicated to her destruc-
tion is costly. It is not cheap to
;!c this and at the same true say
10 the nations in which there are
oppressed Jews, "Give me your
tired, your poor, your huddled
masses yearning to be frei Send
the h ss tempi st-
' ss i to mi."
If, however, we feel thai Israel
is worth having, u, mus! pass the
It si and help pay for hei survival.
Ii we feel it is ni cessarj to have
a strong, vibrant American Jewish
community, we must pay the price
for that too. Such agencies as the
Bureau of Jewish Education, Com-
munity Chaplaincy Service, Hillel-
l Diversity of Miami. Jewish Fami-
ly & Children's Service, Jewish
Home for the Aged. Jewish Voca-
tional Service, Mount Sinai Hospi-
tal, National Council of Jewish
Women's Immigration and Na-
turalization Service, the YM-
YWHA of Greater Miami, and the
other national and overseas
i ies sponsored by the Greater Mia-
mi Jewish Federation, must be
; ro\ided for if they are to i i
tinui their \ ital
. re-sol vi vv .
the i! of the Pi ople of
Israel, n< ither sleep I
\> .1 m s, si me ol tli" best I
Il iM'tl'l-
i nt Isi ael, a proud and si II -
j wisl
n.ity, and a v ibranl an
Greatei Miami Jewish community.
Our commitment to these -
will !> met, w hati ver the ens'
David Pinski Oneg Speaker
The David Pinski Club will hold
its Oneg Shabbos at 8 p.m. Friday
in the Ida Fisher High School
Cafeteria. The literary and musical
program will feature Sonia Dixon,
soprano, and Bob Lane, accordion
artist, a talk by I.. Lasavin. and
11 ading by Anna Rutehik.
CANDIEUGHTING TIME )
23 SHEVAT 5:43 (
SYNOPSIS OF THE WEEKLY TORAH PORTION
Yith
ro
The revelation of the L*w on Mount Sinai.
"And it came to pass on the third day. when it was morn-
ing, that then ,... thunders and lightnings and a thick cloud
upon the mount, and the voice of a horn exceeding loud
(Exodus 19:16i.
lTITHRO Word reached Jethro. Moses' father-in-law and
8 Prtesl o uha: God had done for the Israelites He
went to mel Moses In the desert Jethro advised Moses to
appoinl judges, in order to ease the burden of his sole leadership
Moses should confine himself the most difficult questions!
In the thud month, the children of Israel heard the Ton
Commandments at Mount Sinai: GodV voice declared i am
the Lord thy God. Thu shall have no other gods before
Me Thou shall not make unto thee a graven image Thou
shall not take the name of the Lord thy God in vain. Remem-
ber the sabbath day. to keep it holy. Honor thv father md
thy mother-------Thou shall not murder------Thou shalt not com-
mit adultery Thou shalt not steal. Thou shall not bear
rate witness against thy neighbor-------Thou shalt not covet thy
neighbor's house wife ... nor any thing that is thy neigh-
bor's (Exodus 20:2-141.
B) KABBI SAMUEL !. POX
Why is it a custom to pour
out the water contained In the
vessels in the house in \\ hich
a person died?
It is claimed by same (Kol Bo'
that this was a means in olden
times of announcing to the neigh-
borhood that a person had died
in such a home. It was considered
undersirable to spread such bad
ecus by word of month and so
a symbol such as Ihis was used
Inste ..I
The reason for i Ihis
parti kaul ol symh .1 is
> thi c.....
- '.: i the well ol eatei
n hid ; thi 1- Ii
r r >ui se of theii wan I
igh the w il I m ss kepi
with 1 i usi rtui
if M ses's ster, Mil iam Wh -
she died, I eased to flow.
S ne have contended th it the
if ;n individual is I...
fresh ibt nl .- area ol watet
which c ises to I low when
- Thet c arc some w ho con-
that water which has been
i xposed in a vessel In the
house where a person died, bears
vvith ii a sense of impurity bri
about by d -ath and thus has to.
- Hi d out.
Whv is it forbidden to leave
a patient alone whi'n nnr is
aw an- this patient is dying?
Genoi I) ah ng ,;
lint "' ins
to one's '
th she
ecaus
nsists I Is be
.....
ipoi ly of ol
Thus t" nl w'm i about to
die is c xtremely hi I]
sen"- tin c meet n an I can
his fellow humans const ntly.
Others write that the soul ol
;i person feels desolate and alone
at the time of death. The com-
pany ol others at that particular
time is said to relieve the lone-
liness of his soul as it leaves its
life-long homestead the human
body.
Why is it customary j0 Wait
for the rabbi of the congrega-
tion to conclude the recital of
the silent prayers of the
Slininn.li Barak before allowing
. the cantor to proceed with the
repetition or the benedictions
In the public service?
Since the public repetition ol
the Shmoneh Esreh by the cantor
includes the "Kedusha" a recita-
tion of the sanctity of the Al-
' mighty V hich i> recited ri sp
with thi i i ti m, it
is considered advisable lo wall
until everyone of thi.....ngrej
has completed his silent pi
so that all vv ill be able to jo n In
when the Kedusha is recited. Thus.
who do not finish their silenl
prayers first arc usually those
who exei < deep c h
and devotion in p; ,yin
would normal!) include the i
Thus, when the rabbi has con-
cluded his lilenl iir.iyerv it is
Indicative that everyone else In-
done likewise There are some who
claim that waiting for the rabbi
to conclude his silent prayers be-
fore beginning the repetition of
the Shmoneh Ksreh is a symbol of ;
respect to the rabbi and thus
a symbol of reverence for Torah
learning.
AHAVAT SHALOM CONGREQA-
TION. 995 SW 67th Ave. Orthodox.
Cantor Morris Barr. '
tNSHE EMESTZSM SW 19th Avt.
Conservative, fiantor Sol PaJA8>*'tx. 2
BETH AM (TEMPLE). 5950 N. Ken-
dall Dr.. S. Miami. Reform Rabbi
Herbert Baumgard. Cantor Michael
Kyrr.
BETH DAVID. 22 SW 3ro Ave.
Conservative. Rabbi So! Landau.
Cantor William W. Lipaon. 4
Krnl.iv h .' I' in 'I '"-'
j ., 11, Tli,..a..r H I!
Ti ;
In I.tfrhl "f ''
... d KallHl itui lav i tn
Bar Mlttval Pi : Mr
and Mr- Hi rnard I in enfield
MENORAH (TEMPLE) 820 n,. .
Conservative Rabbi Mayer akU
owitx. Cantor Nico Feidman 1
1:15 p ni Sni ui la,
Mltivah W .e i,-i.
Robffl KaplHii.
NtR TAMID (TEMPLE). 80th St .J
Tatum Waterway, Conterv,.J
Rabbi Eugcn. Labovtz. c."[I,,"
ward Klein.
!' day x IB i> in Ben
v v. a Poll, v for ;l a
Saturday 8:45 at. >. .
. I --a Ol Mr
I mnslajer.
OHEV SHALOM. 7C5S B-.-,
Orthodox. Rabbi Phineai .-.. .
man.
BETH EL. f00 SW 17th Ave. Ortho-
dox. Rabbi Solomon Scruff.
Prtda) pn. Sh I unlit} ill Mincha
-. p n.
BETH KODESH. 1101 SW 12th Ave.
Modern Traditional. Rabbi Max
Shapiro. Cantor Ben Dickson. f
l'ti.li.v > :" i' in i :u. l'i"-
..: II I : I m.lll Tollie
Thi Pol-
li> oik'E SI alilw
- |." ,,in Thi- Ti '
' i' in
A N- P
- -----
SETH TOV (TEMPLE). 6*38 SW
8th St. Conaervative. Rabbi Simon
April Cantor Seymour Hmkes 8
[fui Al

SEPHARDIC JEWISH CEN'E^
Collina Ava. Rabbi Sadi Nahrna.
CONQREQATION ETZ CHAIV
** Waahington Avt. Rabbi
HIIM.
NORTH MIAMI BUCH
ADATH VESHURON iTEMPLE
N.E. Mum Garden* Drive r-"
aervative Rabbi Milton Scfil
Cantor Tibor Moues.
BETH TORAH. NE lMtn St at UtJ
Ave. Conaervative. Racti Va Lid
achitx. Cantor Jacob Renier.
B'NAI RAPHAEL. 1401 NW 113m L
Conservative. Rabbi Charlei Ru;
Cantor Jack Lerner.
-
'SRAEL (TEMPltl OF C1EATER
MIAMI. 137 NE 19tn Si Re'orm
Rabbi Joseph R Narot. 10
.-
I
ISRAELITE CENTER 8178 SW 25th
St. Conservative Rabbi Avrom L.
Drain Cantor Nathan Parnasa. 11
-

MINVONAIRES SVNAQOOUK. 8737
Bird Rd. Modern Traditional 12
OR OLOM (TEMPLE) 8755 SW 18th
St Conservative. Rabbi Ralph Glix.
man. Cantor Ben,am.n Ben An 1S
... .
'''..
I ....... ,i ...
TIFERETH ISRAEL^eSOO N. Mmi
Carm, Conerv*,lve- "abb. Ralph
T'cE?.!TH JAC6 'TEMPLE! 951
R.hh m *"" H,alh- Conservative
Rabbi Maurice Klein. 15
ZION (TEMPi_E,*~8000 Millar Rd
man"'''""1"' Rabb' Al,r'd w-"'
- ----
NORTH MIAMI
n-'H. worSHE *co\r,:
' D x.e Hwy Conae,
Ben Zion Kara

MIAMI BEACH
BRHb.,s.R^:".
BrIH SHOt-OM* 'TEMPLE) 4144
i-evy. Cantor^ Oav.d Conviser. ?i
C^B4AN W.E.h"EW*CON(1REG*T.ON
Rabbi Dow R9o,ercwa,;. 0r,h0,'J
S'
Orthnflox R.Hh~^4Vt**hlB0,on Ave.
Cantor B.sJl,*-bi_T,b' Stem
SINAI (TEMPLE) of NCR'H 001
18801 NE. 22nd Aver.uc Pts."
Rabbi Ralph P. K nrr i
I' 111 Si '
Thi Diff.Ti
Hi -ii I i-
1.
.-' i: I
SKV LAKE SYNAGOC.l. E 1= ;%
19th Ave. Orthodox, rtai i i-
Caplan.
l Patui
IN i IIVI
Mil I
----- -9
VOL'NO ISRAEL OF G"-.-cq
MIAMI 990 NE 17'st St 0--
Rabbi Naftali Porush
n
\ i ni >
C0RAI GABUS
JUOEA (TEMPLE). 5S00 f.-ii
Blvd. Reform. Rabbi Morr i K.pJ
per.
ZAMORA (TEMPLE) 44 Zamoi vs.|
Conservative. Rabbi Maxwell B-rger.|
Cantor Richard Browdy
BIS p in s. ,.
A itiiem Report Ol .v.
i tin.
.
rah liar M
a ii,. I,!
rvara
FT. IAU0ERDALE
BETH ISRAEL iTEMPLE' W E.l
Oabianri Park Blva Rahl" S -
to ward a. Cantor Mauncl H
NU'EL 3T45 W Oakland "aril
P.il : R M.|
Leviton. Cantor Jarome
I
HAILANDALE
HALLANDALE JEWISH
'-t> N E. Fi-rr.
HOUYWOOD
BETH EL (TEMPLE). S. 14t
Reform. Rabbi Samuel Jaffa
8.IS 11 in ,\ LTI
1'. a it< d I
' mpl V'.uiii firoup
BETH SHALOM (TEMPLE
Monroa St. Conaervat've
Morton Malavshy. Cantor
Oold.
'.I
a vs. I
'
irsl
rv,J
- St
i- ro. I
SINAI (TEMPLE) 1?01 Joh-s
Conservativa. Rabbi David S-
Cantor Yahudah Hellbrawn.
MIRAMAI
ISRAEL (TEMPLE) 6920 6 '. ll
St. Conservative. Rabbi E it J.I
Winograd. Cantor Abraharr """l*^!
COMfAnN) tEACH
SHOLOM (TEMPLE). IS? SE
Conaarvative. Rabbi Morna
Cantor Michael Frederick
- Av*.l
SK0S.I
4*1
_ -- naobi T
Cantor Meyer Enael
SUtFSIOI
"ofSZZZ ,SRRaAbEL' Euci:d Ave
Cantor Ahr^.t ?" '--m.l-j
MOGAN DAVID CONGRE
a^3 Harding Ave.. Surfair
Hall Orthodox. Rahbi Isaac
1 i'ION.1
- -n I
3 v ne.
Ml
mmcai */e/eWaflon frecirams
1,1. i ,-........ o
i '-ii. i
Feb. |
.
Hto,t-1|- '-"- Lehrman. Rabbi
"' TJ Greater Miami .K-wUh rte,
's an,. Tho K|,M ,
Jjntei Religion social Issues
Moderator: Rev. Luther C. Piorr-e
p'1,rtici^a!,l,j 'f,ham Joshua <^hol
^Z-n ^ IninK Lrt,rma". R-' Libert R. 1
Wimltt, Father Jarru-s Briggs


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30, 1970
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Page 11-A
Brotherhood Awards Go To Three Community Leaders
f the Na-
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Afholie Xante
Mrs. Fikelilein
Don Shoemokfr
i iii\ i > .> 11111 tJ
in.- ihc Equal 0| |> i lunit; \ i
..f the Urt> >n U ruc Ihc Oul
(i n Aw.-ii 'I of D .
Count) In L964 Ihc Humai ii i n
\w m-d i n th I a ish \V u v.'t-
i inn. ,iinl the Mi .in News Pel n
tuTii Hall "i Fame Aw ml
One 't Hi" I. -r.-. 11-
for r unmun ly s
\li r" nkelsteln belie\ f
lion i i>._ the
Is the |k" son il new i .'foi'led to
the Indh iilii.il Ii soil
Mi R .n_r has received m in>
" rd Includ n the Ami I > -
I.....nard \
Aw ii d in Human Relations,
U I .'! thi Vetei nns ol F i
Wan ml V Children'*
II i>il il i'i" 11 "I i 'ili/cn Award
D 1 I Am.Tii' .ii V.''
th Vt'i 'i'i'. I Florl
la St a I I '. i!
in I 'in Cat hoi ;>..,.-
r' lor Mei itorious
Sr ice in I9f."5 Sh .- a lime '
i I.'. ( >111 _;.
Psi Phi rVaternitj in 196
University of Miami. He i- i
o i i. I iovernor's Corn-
ion on Urban Redevelopment,
trustee of the Greater Miami
i oalit! hi and la on the Advisoi >
I '< i nmitl ..I the Communitj
( HllH'll
M i .!; '
it the I i.i.' County Community
Ta>ik For e and a member of the
United Fund Annu il M -mb
Committee. He i- on the Board
ol Dii-ecl .i- of the United II 'alth
Foundation, ,i vicn chairman and
ol the Executixe Om-
M.....i' i: I nincil of
I i vice pi evident ami
i' Hindi i "' the ('ommil tee
i nmerce, a director ol the G i .'-
ii M imi Philharmonic Society,
..mi is .i member of Ihe Orai
Bowl Committee.
Mr Macht, ,i member ol the.
Board "I I Hrectors of Ihe First
National Bank "t Miami an I the
Southeast Bancorporation, Inc..
is on Hi- board of governors of
Dade Foundation and la a mem-
ber ol the Florida Council of KO.
In announcing the appointment,
Ihe cocl el the Florida
'' "i nl i'i B i"l ol i", >'. i nors,
Judge (' Clyde Atkins, Judge Ray
ll Pearson, and Richard F Wolf,
gon cited Mi Machl for his de
lication to the pro [rams ol N< "< .1
He founded and la a vice president | wnoting cooperation and
Mm \tii.iln Range the I I Don Sh en koi editoi ol the
Negro and second woman ti Miami Herald sine Januar) 19&J
on th. Cltt Con m ol M ,-.,.; nan ol Ihc Communit>
mi, is well known is i proponent Mental Healtl S .ices Founda-
i( mot e -i' '. ni !..... n I i i i memlx'i ol thi
I stiffer i I Health 1 Pn
mi glu Sh

.....
. i FT ol ll"' '
Relatioi I the Humai I a trust
"I Ihe I V i'i"' Miami Sun i
i i' immitti ind is a foundei
.if the 200 ( 'lull ol Miami ami H
mem or i ol the Board i>f Trustees
ni the Museum of Science
M icht exec itive \ ier
Ion' and director of
lion 'inI cha
of th. i ird ol Jordan Mai sh
Florid i w Ii i has been ipp linte I
" -i ni the 18th Ai
Bmthe hood Dinner of tti. 1
la Ri of the Natioi I Coi
.'ll.'.' i is( I" I JoW n hi.
I ...
if fairs for years. He is
I led Fund and
Mian Co ilition i-
ivernors
Chamhei ol
i1 understanding among
racial and religious groups
Thi NCCJ is a i iniza-
founded in 1928, composed
>l II i faiths wh.i .\.irks
to i' imote coop i at ion
an.I m ii tu a 1 mid. i standing
among all religion and racial
groups
Sixt) five regional ol I ices
throughout the countrj initiate
i ims ind projects in many
is including police-commui il y
tioi rctcrfaith dia ind
human rel il. >ns w rkshops for
teachi rs c immunit) leadi i -
nts
\ letern n
Awai .I- Con I i thi*
; Re n i.
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OTjat bjotitb tfjcIxins^Cuslisuj lie tottfjout tfje telephone?
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fJenisf fkridlfar
Friday, January 3;
Five Named To Receive 1st
Torch of Learning Award
The "Torch of Learning" award
a bronze statuette, sculptured
by the noted artist. Chaim Gross
has been created by the Ameri-
cr.n Friends of the Hebrew Uni-
versity to honor leaders of Ameri- (
can Jewish communities who have
influenced the course of higher \
learning in the United States and
Israel, according to an announce- '
ment made by Samuel Rothberg,
president of the American Friends.
The first recipient will be hon-
ored at a presentation ceremony
in the Fontainebleau Hotel. Miami
Beach, on Saturday. Feb. 21. For- '
nier Supreme Court Justice Arthur
J. Goldberg will be the principal
speaker; Bernard Cherrick, vice
president of the Hebrew Univer-
sity, and Col. Jacob M. Arvey will
ilso deliver addresses. Or. Leon
Kronish is chairman ana Harry
A Levy cochairman or the dinner
The five pers ins v. h 1 hav<
!c signated t.. n >. n the iv
:ir Joseph M. .V iz : \ 1 '.
Edward S. Redstone, B -
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For the past 35 years, the
American Friends have raised
funds for the Hebrew University
through chapters all over the Uni-
ted States, providing scholarships
at the Hebrew University and fos-
tering cultural exchanges between
Israeli and American communities.
At present, the organization is
embarking on an expansion plan
that will not only help to revitalize
the original campus on Mount
1 Scopus, but will also permit the
implementation of the University's
long-range programs for extend-
ing its facilities to cope with the
ever-growing demands for higher
Btion to be made available for
1 th Israeli students and those
from abroad.
Rabbi Herbert Weiner of Tem-
.! I- Soul N".J., will
! a >... cial gui si at an informal
: America
of the I! I n w :.':.'.\.;sity in the
Des ::. In iay. The
"The Wil I G ts : Kin
I by D lay &
11 94 Mystics," hi was th<
H-U's ass uiii'.' dean in chart
its overseas pi mmer.
!I irry A. Levy Jack S. P
and Mis. Ruth Johnson Berger.
dinner committee cochairmen, will
report on the progress of theii
group, which includes Dr. Ber-
nardo Benes. Mrs. Charles Char-
cowsky, D. Louis DeCoveny, Leon
J. Ell. Mrs. Sigmund Fogler, Dr.
J A. Givenhouse. Mrs. Trudv
I Hamerschlag, Matthew Hartston,
Mr. and Mrs. Norman Kasa
Donald Klein. James Knopke. Dr.
Meyer B. Marks. Mr. and Mrs. Da-
vid Ponve, Mrs. Jack S. Poplck,
Leonard Ratner, Mr. and Mrs.
Sender Rose, Mrs. Carrie Rosen.
Jacob Rifkin. Mrs. Oida C. Rubin.
Mrs. Abram Scheinbei g. Mr. and
1 Mrs. Samuel Simonhoff. Judge and
Mrs. Herbert S. Shapiro. Jerry
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fnday. January 30. [J



Israel Newsletter
By CARL ALPERT
Reuben Attempts To Take A Second Wife
Dii.amv is forbidden In Israel
under Jewish religious law-,
md the rabbinical courts have full
legal jurisdiction over all matters
of marriage and divorce for Jews.
A recent court case provided op-
| portunity to review some aspects
jf the legal complications.
Husband Reuben and wife
Shoshana. were separated for ten years. During
that time they showered the rabbinical court with
complaints, claims and counter-claims regarding
divorce, maintenance, and damages. Reuben con-
sidered their separation final, and since he wished
to remarry, sought a divorce decree. Shoshana
wanted none of him, but purely out of spite refused
her consent. Under Jewish law a divorce can bo
granted onlj with thi cons nl ol both partners.
Rabbenu Gershom ol Ma>'ence, wh..~
against bigamj in th, eleventh century is accepted
and recognized >n Israel, had also hekj thai under
e. rtain" circumstances a man c......I lake another
wife, over the protests of the liist, n a rabbinical
s ipreme Court" approved. The act would nol
nullify tht> first maniage. It would merel) legalise
a technical state of bigamj Bas< d on this ruling,
the local rabbinical court held thai if Ri 11> n mad.'
proper off. r ot divorce from Shos 1 na, provided foi
adequate alimony, and obtained the approval ot
both Chief Rabbis ol Israi 1. the> would issue him .1
license to remarry despite ii> 1 refusal lie complied
with all th. se requirem 'nts.
But Shoshana w not beaten yet. She
to the secular High Court of Justid ..skini; that the
new marriage license be in\ ilidated on the grounds
tint the rabbis hail acted outside their hirisdictl
Shoshana'* lawyei cited a decision ,.f
High Court in 1963 in which the right ot ti (-..
Kabbi i" authorize a second marriage was. ..
ruled prcciselj because the first wife had ;-
anl a divorce.
Reuben's lawyer succeeded in convincing the
judge court that they should validate th.- new nia-
llcens issued by the rabbis, and then nK.
was unanimous However, because of the import
of th.' ease, the judges decided to review 11 befoi
the full 5-judge panel ,,i the High Court, pi
abl) to give the decision the strongest
tl Weight.
And then Reuben, still legally married to Shos
ana. will be free to marry Daphne, with th. 1,1. ...
mu of both the religious and the secular .
Capital Spotlight
By Milton Friedman
Our Film Folk:
By HERBERT G. IUF7
'Silent Majority' Heard From 'TheReivers'
AMERICA'S "silent majority" non-
Jewish -is well as Jewish is l>c-
coming more articulate on ;it least one
subject. They have found words to con-
demn the erosion of American policies
where Israel is concerned. The State De-
partment his been inundated with pro-
tests nd charges that the Soviets and
Arabs are *ed at i-i
nse.
"- y of State William P. Rogers has learned that
his Department's positi n lar even within his
party. Th;- emerged when he received a Jewish deb-
' th 1 included many important Re| ilicans N"
publicitj was given this iff-i rd meeting, but -
facts ha\ e leaki d out.
In justifying his Pee I Idresa tiling for Isra
' '. Mr. R
pointed out thai the New York rimes nd Washington
supported his posit ,iij When he was
P -. Ii .it Spi r A
se two ne spapers iMt A jn< v
ch ..... t reflecting th
Mr. Rogers bee n tary.'
Mail from constituents has been so heavy thai sp.
ries had to be ssigm d to ansv :..,,.,.
regarding Israel. The robotype and duplicating rnach 1
"'< use iround the cl k in an effort to info.......
stituents that the congressmen are backing Is el and at
' eting the State Department and the Whit
Even President Nixon is inc r-asii .....| ,
know : that State tment wept -- -
have ich an upr. 11
The s nd nt of Is
nse outside the J
cof those v
Imirals ......
''.nl will only nc ira sion in the M
st. Veterans ...
in-the- ireet Israel lefens.
The press el M. Idle Am
let les .11
n few Je I
s southern strategj R, publican politics, it must 1
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the Set 1 ..
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ssailing the State Department the Senate F011
Between You and Me: By BORIS SMOLAR
"ORT"At90
Cl \\ JEWISH >ns in
the world can boast th .1 they
h tve reache I tl 90 in tins
country, I know of only two: the
B'nai B'rith, which is now V27
old. and the Union of Ameri-
can Hebrew Congregations which
Is "7 Not even the Hlas eon-
sid. red the "grandmother" of Jew-
ish 0 ganizatkms in America has be n in cxis.
'''"" is now onlj 7.' years old.
The ORT, the organization for rehabilitation of
Jews through vocational training be inning ...
'-> year, inaugurated its anniversary celebration
" '" n',: nal c nf< r. ace in New York.
T ^ the only mt. nat 1 organizal
frc\"' > "> iving technical
1 it 1 W D
'""'v "'' 'f tech. ssistance for -
"",! rn in the Unit I States
had 1 .
1 founded Ru ., .
ft and
' I I tilled Jews
I ORT ...
Russia under the Soviet
quarters to Berlin In the.....
Bevotatfon Afl 1 H
'"-' tog h n Gene. .
Af7 Th ftrn'nini: f'nU'y~ I**
After the fall ol the Nazi regime, as the .
ORT fn d ,'h" ^ 2 'm'L',;'" w ''
ORT followed them. Today. ORT has large- tech-
nical schools in Israel and the total enrollment
of students ,n ORT schools all over the world
exceeds 30.000.
1 Sl : R -
- 1 th h .us meanwhile
! V::. 11s .1 non-Jews
M Middl. \
tfi million featun filmed
for Cinema Center Films a
subsidiarj of CMS. "Th,. R
is leisun ly phrased and
mounted The picture deals
tb. in !>;. 01 ., young
pi yed bj Mitch V ...
farmh ind tSteve MqQui 1
fling with the n. 1
' the boy's grandfath,
seen in their villagi .
*ho deai, u .
in The Fox" with 1
when introducin
facts of Hie and th<
' rh. Reivers." in spit 1
Inous. is motion
1 linment.
T lewish boj
- tth. Sydne> R
I he attend-,! th
!' s rned his B \ I
phyatN YorkU.
th A ms In th K
11 lo Sam
v ". x
lionof LeeSl
SI M
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Matt
He has im
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BOOK mm By Seymour B. Liebman
Anthology and Autobiography
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-
BOTH
** under re-
view are pub-
lished by the
Jewish Pub-
n Soci. -
ty.
0 Id Last
suit- 1 $5.501 is
an anthology 1 dited by Brandeis
L'niversitj prof, Milton Hin-
son ol the noted Mauric
Hindus. His eontribut. is include
th n n< wm tl sculptor Jacob
....... .: It I
hael
kith th
.li, 11, ;,.. ir .
cal.
b. Wil-
D H.

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m Cahan,
If one man can i>e conaidi
""' mold, r of the Jewish Im-
ts, the one wh., brid
th. ir world from "the old home"
to America, that man is Abra-
ham Cahan. The K.liientU,,, f
Anraham t ahan .7.50. ,s a
translation of the first two
volumes of his five-volume auto-
Otagzapby. It Is an invaluable
KCOBd of a major period in the
historj oi the Jews in America.
Among tb.- charact. r is ties ol
the lower Kasl Side wen
nbomlnably crowded homes
P* ntluced to living in collars
without windows or light sIm-u-
!ng in !,aiiwa..s. on roofs ,.
"'" -'']--. unbearable heat
:"" stench in the Summer, un-
'H'ui'able ,,,id i the Wintci
'''' toilets, siwtacles
\'' '"' '"ntetl 1.....11 1
'''-- "' flung out of t,.,..:
mint win.lows, pushcarts,
l;,""v vermin of all sorts its
1.1.1. was
I. us
rose above all 1
' beat ,
rtat ... Ih.
'' Italian etc. How.
'' w'"'l"
' a :' brethren.
, Tl"; ''""> has long been pro-
",| "''" moval o.
' reduce crime rates
,7' ''; ,,!l ^'Hnquency. Stuarl
n>ase ,,,,s in The |.r|M.r
"J* o Mnfcino, p. 33 that
'"""""' slum upbringing or
.....' "'",.'.,,. all,,
;;;-;-' for .^i^ue.v
"" not among the ,,nm
27'*- Th". "^'i-nal values,
and aspirations of the ethnic
group and i.ne and aff. 1
much gn ater influ. 1
lol s.
The cultural aspii atioi -
J" w 1 ae. d bun out of th. -
His value system sulva
'hil.li-. ti and bred in 1
'' votion to ducat ion. T
' th. ir id. als and goals
'" iit:ht against odds, I.
under adversity, to know
'" at but bj 'lint .
work and persist, nee to
q alifi. .1 and to 1 arn a
life.
William D an Hov
lhal h "admired the
'' vii tuous Ji ws living it
jor oi a kind whi. h, ll -
ii could not be 1 a
rival anyw h. re in th.
d
saw th. it
ol th.
I their offsi
.'.oil,I to :
Iren, The gn
have known no ti
1 pal is, no d.
and little disqualification
nt. rprtoe by reason ol
P" rhajM it is unrealistic I
peel our yoang people to
those things which have a!
as a matt.-r of course, beer.
of their world. We cannot t:
fer experience. There are
serums, pills or vitamins
value systems.

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m m m \ Eilat Mine Explosion
rJeWLSll IFlOlPlldliaiQ Labeled Accidental'
Fiord. Friday. January 30. 1970
Section B
Consul General To
Address Histadrut
Conclave Opening
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Session '
Id! i"
Canada, Latin
raol
America anil I-
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will in8
; inter- Also on Feb 16 at |
Judge Herbert S Shapiro, cochair-
man "f Ihe legal committee ol the
Israel Histadrut Council ol South
Florida, will host .i (.....kt dl recep-
tion for member* of the legal
financial and accounting profes-
sions. iu>th Consul General Gilboo
.me! pi Stein will participate in
ihe reception, according to Lou
Poll, i ol Bay Harbour Islands,
i; en < eh.in man
Highlight of the conclave, which
f3f. "^N. will '" climaxed bj > gala aw irds
dinner Feb 18, will be the in-
illation >( it Leon Kronish
il Temple Beth Shotom "t
Miami Beach, as national eh i -
mm ol the bo ltd ( tha Mat idi n
n The Hon Jacob R ir
; ,. nvoy to the I
will be Hi
ipe iker ;>' the banquet
Sj II ind Leoi H Kej
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B nem Mrs Morris I
| Mi Prudj Hamers '
c infen..... headqu n
. stablished In the l I
i' |R kiiiic Miami Be ich
135 Million Plan
For University's
Growth Unveiled
M W YORK IJTAi A tnS
million doll ir capil i| exoan
programs for Bar-Ilan Univer-
lit. the onlj Americ in un
citj under religious -t> >m ,
in Israel, was outlined t>\ Its
cancellor, l>r Joseph ll \j
stein, at the university's 15th
Rnniversary celebration, recent-
ly Son,- 500 Jewish communal
leaders from th,' United States
t' in.ui i South Mi ic i and l~-
rael who it tended the dlnner
were addn -- d b) former Uni-
ted States Supreme Court Jus-
tice Arthur .1 Goldberg id
sm hi John .1 Ro >nej
New York.
I>r Looksteln a noted New
York Orthodox leader, outlined
the $33 million development
plan which will <.> Its student
enrollment double I i .....0 with-
in the next five ye irs T u
expansion i'iogr m c ills foi I
Mruction ol 12 new I I
JERUSALEM (WNSt I--
i.icls raid on the Ksjyptian is-
land ol Shadwan turned into a ,
tragic ami costly mission when
land mine-, used during land-
iea-air strike exploded in Eilat.
killinK '20 soldiers
Israeli mi'.itarj snokesmen
said the explosion, which occur-
red while tlif mines being n -
Hired from the island wire Ix-ini;
loaded Into :i truck, rucked the
port city. Witlun minutes the
wounded were carried from thi
b isi lite i small military har-
bor that is located >i the north-
ern end uf the baj about a half
mile away from the commercial
port, to hospitals in Eilat The
more seriously injured a
taken i<\ helicopter to Tel Aviv.
Both El Fatah and the Popu-
I ir Front for the Liberation of
p destine claimed credit for the
-ion Hut miiitar) authori-
ties denied their claims and said
it was an accident.
[si ieli paratroopers support-
ed l>> n i'. .il and air force units,
had captured Shadwan and held
it for 30 hours They left the
- n-mile long Island, loc ted
a t\ i> -tw e.-n the Eg) pt in
main! ind and the Sinai Penin-
sul i. after removing i radar sta-
ind other equipment which
had been used to monitor Is.
air ami sea activities in the i
A lighthouse on the island wa-
left intact, but all other installa-
tions and equipment were either
removed or destroyed by 'he Is-
; iel s. Military spokesmen
live us of the island woul I
be denied to the Egyptians and
ited that air attacks would
be used to accomplish this
Egyptian forces reoccupiod
the .-i ind after the Israeli >,-
diet Iel t mill! irj spokesm in
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to resuoply Shadwan was it
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Egyptians had to tow tho vess
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vJenisf fhrid/iar
Friday, January 30, \?\
Oholei Torah Day School's Third Annual gj- g-**
Scholarship Fund Dinner Honors Feiffers l)illlMT ()f Ajllllini
i
Final plans have been made tor
the Oholei Torah Pay School's
third annual banquet Feb. 8 at
the DeeayUle Hotel. si chabmanyal the dinner, has an-
nounced.
More than 600 persons are ex-
pected to attend the outstanding
event paying tribute to Mr. and
Mrs. Al Feiffer for their whole-
).. hi ted devotion to the school and
its Torah education program.
Menashe Hirsch, chairman of
the arrangements committee, has
announced that Rabbi Berel Wein,
spiritual leader of Beth Israi
Congregation who has just visited
Israel with his family, has con-
sented to be the keynote speaker
al the dinner.
Proceeds iron-, the annual fund-
i ising affair are earmarked tor
special scholarship fund i -
; bling some 80'i of the students
tu obtain their education at the
fastest growing Yeshivah in th<
.South. Rabin Sholom D. Lipskai
i- principal of the school; Rabbi
Abraham Korf is executive direc-
tor and ono of the founders.
Oholei Torah. which was open d
RABBI BEREL WEIN
inrollment ol some 93 students in
nursery through fourth made. The
tuition chargi t covet less that-.
of tlu' annual budget, it was
|U8l .;_ years ago. now has an report" I.
Torah Functions Are Announced By The
Jacob C, Cohen Community Synagogue
The dedic ttion I i v
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College Greater Miami Loyalty
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*.j(itrhrkf&r
Friday, January 30. 1970
Seminary Sponsoring
Three Weeks Of Events
----------------------------------- > II ....(Si '"l,'<,nl luncheon foi thi 1
and ||0te] Sponsors mm in th( ..KniPrK,.nn R| (
Jiwis
IDA KAMINSKA
L'.S. Senators
the Hous. f Roths
: thi world's t eminent reli-
holars and a group of na-
ally prominent busin. -
. w ill tak< ; art in a thn w< 1 k
:
- ->.nd an a.
sored by The Jew-is
al Seminary of America, most
I which will tak- in the
iter Miami area, during the
month : Febru try.
Among those who will partiei-
. in Sei Hugh S tt R-P
the minority leader. Sen. Vance
Hartke iD-Ir,: S 1 Abraham
:: D-C nn 1, Baron
I Rothschild Paris.
e, Dr. Louis Finki Isl
: lewis
al Seminary. Dr. Bernard
sidenl : Mm
Samuel Frii d
: chairman of Food Fair
Stores ::.'. .-: ... ist Alb.it A. List
N- w York, and Phillip Leff of
me of the
. largi textile com-
The series of
- lay at the Diplomat Country
Club with a dinner satuting the
Jewish Theological Seminary's Na-
Socii t> of Patrons and the
25th anniversary of its nationally
broadcast Eternal Light" radio
and television programs. The trib-
ute to the Seminary's Patrons will
be in recognition of the men and
women who contribute $1,000 and
over annually for support of the
institution's many programs.
Making her first appearance in
the Greater Miami area that eve-
ning will be Madame Ida Ka-
minska. the world-famous Polish
actre>s who starred in the 1966
film "The Shop on Main Street."
which won an Academy Award as \
the best foreign film of the year.
The former director and star of
the Jewish State Theater of Pa-
land. Mme. Kaminska. who is now
living in the United States, left
her homeland in protect to the
anti-Semitic. anti-Israel polici.
Warsaw's Communist government.
Rabbi Bernard Mandelbaum of
New York, the Jewish Theological
Seminary's president, is schedule'.
to speak at the dinner, chal
of which will be Col. Ervin Green-
baum of Hallandale, the n
Inanci 1 \pert who now
heads Ojus Industries and -
r of Temple Sinai
wood.
The many siceotions, dim
parties, li d other >
- all : ii| : ti acquaint Ji
rs from across the country
visiting in South Florida with the
work of The Jewish Theolo
Seminary will culminate Thurs-
day, Feb. 19th with two major
assemblies, the first of which will
be an academic convocation in
Temple Fmanu-Fl. Miami Beach,
starting at 3 p.m. The second will
be a reception and convocation
dinner in the Diplomat Hotel
starting at 6 p.m.
Scholars and representatives of
colleges: and universities from all
parts of the world will take part
in the afternoon convocation, the
11th in succession to be sponi
here by the Seminary.
One of the Seminary'
awards its Herbert H. Lehman
Fthics Award will be conferred
upon Sen. Hartke and Sen. Scott
by Chancellor Finkclstein. The
s. naurs will also address the din-
ner guests.
Baron de P.othschild. acting for
the Seminary, will invest the
M- ssrs. Friedlar.d. Leff and List
a." Honorary Fellows in the Semi-
nary's Society of Fellows The
ty is the Seminary- tligbesl
ranking bed/ of laymen.
Miklos Sperling of Indiana
a n;r
chairman or th< convocation
: at the Diplomat which will
witness the conferring of National
Communit; Service Awards upon
The meeting in Palm Beach will
F lCatthe
Palm i> ai rowers with WMcofT.
I sen Inary's
- as principal
5p,ak. noted philanthropic
r,< Irving W and Ben-
g ;; nstein of Pa.m Beach
and N< V rk will bt a
'the S ml ; '' '':-al ''''*
.. and citation.
The Jewish Thi Semi-
nary of America is the academic
and" spirit nter of the Con-
servative branch of Judaism. Th.
Seminary' trains 1
bis: ti and n
iToers as synag
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onducts a numbei f
titutes '"
famed '' : ^'B
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Second Annual Women's Day
\l \\ estview Country Club
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Mn Richard Deutch. Mn San
Friediaind, Mrs [sadore Hecht,
Mr- Morton H ill, Mn David
Hochberg Mn Norman .'iff'.
\;-. Howard Kane, Mn Perry
Kaye Mn Louis Kopnj Mn
Ben Koven, Mn S illy Krone
M Skim : Mr
Maui I i Mn Harrj \
Lev) Ml Rich ird Lev) Mi
Mn Morris I
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Mryei M Donald Miehnol
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The second annual Westview-Women's Day, held on behalf
of the 1970 Combined Jewish Appeal-Israel Emergency
Fund campaign will take place Wednesday. Planning the
event are (seated1 left to right, Mrs. Sam Blank, Mrs. Max V.
Cogen and Mrs. Morton Stein; (standing) Mr3. Jack Katzman
and Mis. Joseph R. Stein.
OKI Chapters
Set Meetings
which
!.'yLjM tin js rtur n : trie ':
hall St Pel nc'.u I .
Istandrr ChriM V
K lida) Inn, R8th St. and
Ave., entertainrm nt <* ill \--
landwriting expert Chariot!
Li< i '

At" kittle Shores Chapter K
10 at Tony- Fish Market A WWl
Elephant Sale will be held
Miami Beach After BOOM Chapter
Feb. 12, at Belalr Hotel. H
l' we discuss ''Marriage and
Family Life."
Bay Chapter Feb. 10 at K .
i CoKv A card party will !*> h
; i sident. Mrs William Win
public i- invited to tins
:.,-il lui reservat
be made through Co int il
Dixieland Band
Concert M Barry

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and i nrishi -. and givin
Setting the stage for the gala Westview Women's Day
to take p'.ace Wednesday are (seated) Mrs. Howard Kane,
left, Mrs. Edward Galler, and Mrs. Stanley Segal; (standing)
Mrs. Joseph Stem.
City Of Hope Chapter
Honors Bess Plasky
At least 1300 p
Cit) of Hope L<
Luncheoi i ted at 1
tainebleau Hoi I. Hon-
the fu......
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National Chapt th Cit;
* ho will present
:y with i citation
N itional I';' ipter of wh
Ie a d
the luncheon is Mi s R ie li iffm i
i -, : pn sident of M Beach
eh ipter, Resen i ti ns, maj
i f: im Mis Esther Pe -.
ticket chairn u
II; iii* ill
Beauty Salon
IimiiiiiI. \\t. \nuna** Modern Braul* Salon
M t L'OREAL
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Friday. January 30 led
Hadassah Groups' Schedule Announced
ol Mi 1.-- i Id its regular n 12:3
. ., ,. n the Club R m
scheduled as i akervvill bo Mrs Milton Sirkin
there "ill also be a Sing-a-lons
The Henrietta ScoM Group will .,- Mojlio Snector and Ros
' '' "' Slum leading. Rose Brown is p
chairman: Fl irenc Web *i
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:(i p Algiers Hotel. The
jn,.. ker ill l"' Syl\
\i, \ Mi s. Sul t ireenberg is
. ill; Ann Mel-
MK-l. ram chairman
K:ulii>i:ih Croup'* n 'xt meeting
in M inday, at th<
gin, > Hotel l boon will 1>.'
Bon '' 30 a.m. A movie
"The Missi n in Afi ica" "ill b.
thov ....... ":" b.\ Mr
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c m !e Bu m Feb. 9. 1
will :' :"' '" ;n
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Meis -
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The tstliir (iroup's m si
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the Bel Vire Hotel. Luncheon will
be served at II 30 a. n A humor-
ram is being planned to
Mrs Clara I ndy. and there
VVhiti Eelephant sale. Mrs
Michael Finestein is president.
Morton lowers droop wl
the M irton Tow ers i -
v, Fe i. "
,m Mis. Clara G il Ibei
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I Mr Ros Sc il "ill P -
a inn- igran
Treasure lions.- Group'*
meeting "ill be held al i
Thurs i y F b. 5 in the N rth
A film, "With These Chil-
v\ ill be shown. A card party
ivill follow Memb rs iid I
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PTA Sponsors 1st
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The II m> T^ "!'
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The models in the musical review "Thirty Years on Broad
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of. the Sisterhood of Temple Emanu-El Wednesday, Feb. 18,
at 1 p.m. in the Friedland Ballroom are (from left) Libby
Levin. Alene Harris. Hope Pomerance. Laurel Kimball and
Barbara Bessey. The play will be directed by Trixie Levir.
with choreography by Barbara Bessey and musical accom-
paniment by Millie Draizar. Chairman of the event is Mrs
Al Podvin.
camp judaea
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Junior Staff consists of girls who have
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having been campers for a number of
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geI1# Edward ML Kennedy To Address AMCD Luncheon
K..n H Can* r and John
UTTmt, B. ch irecoc i
Founding
iotj ol Build-
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I M0I tiv
I *i,h Mr
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search Institute at the American
Medical Center at Denver. Dr.
Irving l- ''In man. national vice
p tident of the Synagogue Coun-
cil "i America and rabbi of Tom-
,,'.- Kmanu-Kl of Miami Beach
will pffer the invocation.
Carner .itifi Forte said reserva-
tion! an till avail ibie for the
lunch.....i from anj member of the
live c- me i leagues in the Great-
er Miami area which are affiliated
with the American Medical Cen-
i Denver, oi at the AMCD
r>lfic h tin' 605 Lincoln Rd
Miami Beach
Man n Rogoff "f Denver, na-
n >i first vice president ol the
i in/aiuin which was founded
m lutii as the Jewish Consump-
tives Relief Society, is flying
Miami Hi Bch to I ike ; i I In th '
luncheon. One of Color I
me Lnsui ance i xecut \ es, he i>
in. sklent p| i' mgreg ition Kman
I Hnith.Tii.MMi in Denver, s m
ber of the synagogue't board '
trustees, and past director >t the
Town Club Hi li is been a mem k
of the national board ol th
American Medical Center it i>
ver sine L968.
Manfred I. Minzer, Jr., sis i >l
Denver, executive vice president
of the hospital and cancer research
center which has more than 9001
members in t h<- Greatei Miami
area, also will participate in th.
national meeting Mi Minzei
fiirmerlv lived in M ami Reach
was executive director oi the
Israel Bonds Organization here inl
the I950#s,
Mrs. Bertram Thorpe, of Miami
Beach, national parliamentarian I
of the organization and Mrs
Arthur Feigeles ol North Miami'
B ach| president ol the Dade
County Council of Auxiliaries
sei \ ng a \ cc chairmen ol the
.unchcon.
An arrangements meeting for
In luncheon w is held at the home
if Mrs Jack Maj ol Miami Beach
former n itional vice president of
the National
i -
Council oi Auxili i-
Associ v chairmen for th-
luncheon include Mrs Abncr Mil-
1 ...... -> iil B ayne Can-
cer League; Mrs. Louis Akaundi
president <>t th. ("oral Cancer
League; Mrs. Murray Levran(,
president .>i the Flamingo Cuncor
League; Mrs. Albert M tchell.
president >f the Greater Miami
("anc< r .._ k ; and Mrs. \ iron
K lent of the Ti i ipic .1
Cancer League.
The nev. Kennedy Laboratory
will \- rle licated in memo > of
the former United States amb -
<. eat Britain, thi late
Joseph P Kennedy, who wi the
j fath S n Kenned) i I Ins
martyred brothers, the late Presi-
dent John F. Kenm ly an I
late Sen. Robert F Kenm d> Am-
bassador Kennedy made a ij'r
contribution to the Ant in
Mi die il Ccntei at !> n\ 10
ago, but stipul lated that tl sift
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Friday. January 30.1975J

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We
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Women
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WOMAN OF THE WEEK
"As the twig Is bent grows the tree." Th.- twig,
:-. this case a> Ruth (Mrs. Bernard i< plan. Doing the
bending was hei gi I ith r, Rabbi Jacob D. Marcus.
Ruth, an only child, ;is born to
S 1 ind So] hia Bobrow in Ni -\
didn't feel like an
lj .- her mother's
;. lunger br ther, "Uncle Willie'"
Marcus, lived with them
was foi' i' n li'.'. ing her
_. in If ithen Rabbi Marcus,
the h A most
ant influence in her life
taught her philosophy, the
thics of her religion and t) !>
. 1 Jew. Tho stories
which her grandfather use It tell
she found out later w re ->'l in
the Bible. Thej became part of her life. Taught that
she herself must do something to hi Ip earn the little
space that she used on earth, she set about doing just
that.
During her years at Washington Irving High School,
she was all wrapped up in English and creative writing,
intending to be a teacher. It took years for her counselor
to convince her that she had a business-oriented mind
and should so into the field of business. After a Hunter
College course in acounting, she became a junior Account-
ant executive at the age of IS. Her parents sold their
restaurant and moved to first California, then Hollywood.
Fla. They persuaded her to join them.
Bemie had just come out of the service when someone
he knew told Ruth, "Oh. do I have a boy for you." Evident-
ly they were good judges racter because that was
in September and lhe> wen married in February < 22 years
ago and still they adore each Other). Ruth continued
working, first in an art gallery then as a contractor (after
all she was business-minded 1 until Jeffrey who is now
19 and enrolled at Emorj rsity, was expected.
The K,.plans moved 1948 md joined Temple
Emanu-El and that f son* thing big. Ruth
In the Ti lanu-El PTA as well as
the PTA of Jeffrey's p lure Island Shi
w irked in th > Sisterhood I thi Ti
irmanshi; president Shi loves the
cs with I Is that thnir Sisl
In the tru si sense of thi
;-.';.': ....
mitj
vors.ii :: Israel Bands. Pres
Miami B 1 Unit ol : -. hree j
she is still \ h ,:;. inti rest 1.
Th' :es to do wh.
-i collect J .
But they h ivi I I
::' lcn N I t 1 : Is a p
: H ...... ...
-:,.
: on th -m. See hei ...:,. .. right!
The Kaplai looklnj rig to Is
not only be ascinati in that Isra
for them but bee--,.- 1 started in art col-
!eetio: T : "' : '' n Isra artist, Aaphali.
1,s an absl called a ti ptych! I thought I underst I
what Ruth was telling me about it"but I guess I don't
However, it sounds t. (I'll take Sadie Rosen-
Hum's pictures iny lay; 1 can .. I tai i them.)
Ruth lik-... to enter! roups; fund
she's a shy p rson, iltho gh you would never know it
to talk 1 her Sh, feels I I
than just ... tner, and that s
has given her s ,n the same ..,.. h a
is a goe-1 thine In todaj In fact, if we hid more
people like Ruth it would ,. ;.; ,. evel,
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Sharon Doner's Parents
Announce Engagement
Mr, ami Mrs Ab J D
g! v Si Sort
i: a- h, inounce I ......
: their da ghti r S
lames B. Rosen fi son of Mr,
nd Mrs Col. man Ros ::ii. Id. 513
Hibiscus Dr.. Hallandale.
. le-eli ct, a graduati ol
Miami Norland High School, is
a so it thi Univi 1 sity of
Mai yland Her fiance, who gi a lu-
fron high school in Sail Lake
City, L'tah, 1- a sti I nt al Emorj
'.':m sity in Atlanta. I ', I
The iii ling ill taki pla< in
Gordons Host Reception
For Bikel After Concert
Mr, an I Mrs. Jack <". rd in u II
1 reci...... ir h into for
inl mat ion ill>
m is sir r cnte**taini r and
.1 ft. r his p, rformance at
Temi : Beth Sholon Saturdaj
.' 7 'l" ns an
long-tin Mr Bike'
Beth
S!i tnr an I Fine Arts
sponsoring
his
sts will incl Rahhi and
Mrs Mi nd Mrs
" nd M"s
Jiv n Mrs v
, : : Mrs. J
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Perry. ]
[ferna!
M Mr. 1

Fine An
I
M M Kot'. Sis!
I Dr. 1
piritual
Koran Sue Zinn
To He June Bride
Th enga Sue
Mrs M
\ 71st Avi to Dr
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nounci d.
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; in Ni u 1 was born
Mr. and Mrs. J '''
S\V .' ''vc '"
ih at

hi is pi Albert
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A J .- wi rtdii ;
bj the co
Diane Jay Landers
Engaged To Marry
M I

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: Mi I Mrs II
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Prof. Bezalel Sherman
Vivo Forum Speaker
Prol B. Shcrmai will be
-
1 .> al 8 ; m In T< -; l< Beth
114-1 f Aw Miami
B a. h. His to "Thi
J A 1 Por-
trait '
Pr. i| S rman. who I achi s in
Ni u Yoi k's Yi .'. i-Sl 1 n Col'egc
1- ; Gi Is 1- a wi r. i
ist wh nd a 11111
: i and arl thi prob-
ol minoi ity gi
ountry Thi Yh Forum is a
v 11 klj fi attire of th "i ivo
. Gi 1 ati 1 Miami
:!:. winter s.
!s
Mrs. Fred Jonas
Luncheon Honoree
Mrs Fred Jonas w
on ii bj th. Eddii Cai ,,
at its
;< Lunchaoi H
Room oi ih. i 1 ''
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Mrs, Jiii.as. u 1
brating h
bitn a kader ii
ny yean s
S Wia Groui
11 1 Iz. .I thi
. Group In
she orgai
p ami 11. 191
1,: served ;- first pr.
il e Eddie Cantoi Gro
until 1 is
J. nas, wh
f the1 Miami 1
; ladas 1. .
1 of th. first am
1 inchi on ii b.
vas the rrci nl
.vomari I v,
1 woman by th
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Hi 1 a. !;. itiy in
nd. ivors 11 1
1 aii 'nan oi tlii \'-1
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Agi ii. ti> asui 1 :
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. sid. ncy ol T> m| Ii
Sisterhood ami 1 11
ndship club.
a special "This :- \
pi n'tiani wi lit. n and dn
Mrs Henry B. Wernii ill t*
-. sent, it at ih. lunch
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... MORI-: BABIES
Helen, Mrs. Jerry Hat/. Is now a proud grand-
mothef. Her daughter, Rolla, and her husband,
Dr. Herbert Shick's tax deduction, Laura Ev<
has arrived The Snicks returned from Japan iusl
in thflllcR lW"tlme: HeTCei ( w is in the service
there and Rolla taught English ami Art to the
Japanese children. They are settling In Holly-
wood where the doctor's office is going to be.
NOT VALENTINES DAY BIT
THE COLORS WERE BED AND WHITE
At David and Man is Schaechter's party at
Kings Bay. the hors d"oeuvres went along with
th, o loi scheme. There was a huge tray of Steak
Tartar with little cups around it containing all
the things to mix with it. Something new under
the sun!
The guest list consisted <>f friends of many
s stai Too bad If you have just met
Schaechters lately. Lots of th.' women wore
blu-k: if you don't wear it now. there's not
- v.. re Mho women,
not th ind Mrs. James Breslow,
Irs. Robert ''
B. I Mrs. Leoi II
M : Mrs F ; Wise [there w ny
suits in Lanaster

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Dr. and Mrs. At hur
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. nd that iciou; All t lie
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Chai ". there u ith his long si le-
: his h ife, C> nthi i, in
Safety H fo nd Mrs. In Ing
W ...... th to greet Man is" folks, Mr.
and Mrs. Abe Friedman, who flew In from
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Got three cards from Alice and In Beguln,
wl, vert on a cruise. Bach card bore a differ, nt
- nt airmail from San Juan
but jud om the time it took to gel here, .
\xhoe\er look the money for the stamps brought
them over in their pocket: Anyway thej were
having a great time.
Got a darling card from Donald and Esther
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all spoiled out I Will keep it handy SO that I
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lor me.
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put on by night club, TV
and movie si trs, with all pi
Roing to the hospital, Variet) Club
pres It m Newell Taylor has in-
1 nV.need Tick I m ivailable
'" ">' V'arietj C ib in i ,.,
'" '' Hotel and th Mi ,mi B
Auditorium h.\ 0fl
Chatauqua Lectures Set
Rabbi Mordocai M. Thurs
Temple EImanu-L Dothai
will represent tht- Jewish I
tauqua Society at Gulf '
lor College, Panama Cltj W
day, speaking at a 10 ;i m
bly on "One Rabbi's r>
\:> ligion." Monday and T
(be society will I* i" *:'
I'i. Jakob J. Pctnelwwsl'
soi i if Rabbinics and Tl
Hebrew Union College-Jc\ "
stitutt dt Ratigiou i" '
i hio, participattng i" :l l;
Symposium at Florida Si
\' tsity, Tallahassee
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MM linuccm'-Si.perv,.,ng R.Bbl Rabbi Abr.h.r. J 8ifr-
nlDl
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KREPLACH KISHKE MATZO BALLS KNISHES
MEAT ^ FISH if STEAKS CHOPS CHICKEN
WITH DINNER ON OPENING NIGHT
CATERING FOR All OCCASIONS


L, January 30. 1970
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Friday, January 3c J

Gains Registered By
Miami Beaeh Federal
iains were registered in total
assets on deposit, mort-
; ;. holdings, net worth, and divi-
dends paid by Miami Beach Fed-
Savings and Loan Associa-
tion during 1969. Col. Mitchell
Wolfson, chairman, said at the
annual meeting held recently at
th- company's main off
The Associations total assets at
the year-end rose more than 7*3
to $3106 million from $289.3 mil-
lion. Col. Wolfson said. The num-
ber of savings acco ints advanced
to 75,000 from about 72.000. and
Sit were up t > S2S36
,n from $239.5 million Net
m >rUi mere ise I 13.7 .to S21
- : 518.7 :on at the
I .: I -
A 128
. : inting 1 554.9 mil

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- when : I
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POST TIME M0 PM
FEATURING THt
financing was ti -
ti.......R CBUrftryl -" 3
Mil: in Weiss, ; i who
discuss I '- Ass eiation's
. pro ; am a- thi meeti -
i iat' the open>r at i
b-anch in the Village Shopping
Mall at Kendall in 19-* w .s part
jf a long-range plan to lo
new facilities in various sections
>f Greater Miami as the need for
them develops. A hearing on a
seventh proposed branch, to be
located in the Miami Lakes
h is been set : Vpril 1. before
th Federal Home Loir. Bank
Board.
Q-. ....- innd
st alia I
of s ties at th
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S Isles I N i

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of th k live comm ttee: L
Arkin and Dan ("'
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Paul C W
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the lil i.........
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Pagel3-B
'Drug Ibuse' Topic Of
W'g Parent- Teen Dialogue
Food Fair Distributes Israeli Food Packages
Lamer. '""' ***"?
ffereno on Drug -no-
eid m wmai
-,--. drug abu is an are*
EL 10 both par. nts and
K?"?i *"" "s,lf
Esrrobl-m in such programs
Rant-T.^ DmIoru. series.
Tfcon- h *'!" '1,al
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IfGAl NOTKf
I The CIRCUIT COURT of THE
^SVENTM JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
fLORlD* IN AND FOR
DAOE COUNTY
No 70-'MR
""0-iCEBV PUBLICATION
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NMVCr0Vn4J.,-cDr'E'SCOURT
FuORirj ,N pr0Bate
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rail Arnie Feiner at the "Y."

Mrs. Sandy Rorhner lakes helm
| of the Y Women of the YM-YWHA
, A Greater. Miami. Jor, Vb* jear
197(1 at a brunch installation in
the Golden Key Room of the Y"
at 1 Oa.m.. Wednesday. Ft b. 11.
Making up the state of officer!
are: Mrs. Lee Shapiro, organiza-
tional vice president: Mrs Murray
Goldberg, fund-raising vice prcsi-
li nt Mrs. Ben Stone and Mrs.
I ouis Zeger, membership vice
presidents; Mrs. Thclma Albert,
program vice president: Mrs Jack
Starkman, recording secretary.
Mrs. Al'an Letter, corresponding
-, i i.u> and Mi- Stanley I >..-
-k> trt as in r.
Women in the communlt\ Inter-
i h d In membi i ship In I Ik Y"
v, omen should call Miriam s. i>. In-
i-1 g Mrs B< n si n or Ml Louis
further information.
Fourteen Food Fair stuns in
Greater Miami and Hollywood an
now featuring attractive packagt -
ot Israeli food products, on behalf
of Share of Israel. Die. Announce-
ment of this special program was
made jointly today by Leo Finkel-
-tcai. \ice president and general1
manager of the food chain's
Southern Division, and Sam Silver,
i sklent of Miami-based Share
or Israel.
i
The packages, which include 1
different it, nsa ranging from con-
f' ctions t i roup i> iwder, can either
l>e obtained at the Food Fair ,
stores or ordered then' for direct
shipment from Israel to any di t-
tiri.itio-i in the United St ites The
In either case .- $13
Shave ol Israel is making the
iges available m cooperation
w .th 'h. American Tr I In-
dustrial Development agencx
w hich ATM king Ith the Israeli
m< nt in iti fforts to build
exp ti
'We an : d 1 lend em-
assistance to this worthwhile ob-
jective." Mr. Finkelstein said "If
our pilot program is successful
MW will consider expanding it to
Other Food Fair stores in this
area,"
i
Mr Silver said his organisation
appreciated Food Fairs willing-!
nesi to handle this special dis-
tribution. "We believe that an in-
crease In overseas business :s one
of the sound si ways for any youns
country to approach economic
maturity," he said, "and having
so many locations where orders
can !> placed will make it c >n-
venient fur residents in this are.-'
to gel the packages foi themselves
and their frien !-
Miami Reach Food Fair Stores
participating in this program at*
ted il 11 th Street and Alt >r
I loth Stn ind Washing-
ton Avenue I9tl Si I a' I \ It i
Road, Arthur Godfrey Road and
Prairie Avenue and 95th S'reel
and Harding Avenue In M im
Ihi i it S W 22nd >'
21st Avenue. Dadeland Shopping
Center. 163rd Street Shopping
'"it.T Westchester Mall, and
183rd Street at N.W. 7th Avenue
in Miami: and at the Presidential
Apartment- and U70O Mollywo Boulevard in Hollywood.
Committee Makes Plans
For 'Pulsations' Show
The decorations committee for
the Heart Association's "Pulsa-
tions" fashion sho Feb. 27, Mrs Evans Baros, Mrs
'Viuglas A-h. Mrs Murray ("lay
Mr-. Daniel King, Mrs. Robert
Venney, and Mis. Francisco de la
Fuente met recently at a coffei
held Mrs Ludwig Caaca's home
ti: 23 S\Y 72nd Ave. to make plant
r the benefit at Miami Springs
Mrs Charles Emet son is taking
... v I ons tr the event
lurinc B tl Minn.
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JK a
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1 Jo :,..20
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YOU DON'T
HAVE TO TAKE US
WITHA
GRAIN OF SALT.
Because I nsalted Mazola doesn't have even a
grain of salt in it. What ir does have is fresh, sweet.
delicious flavor. Made with liquid corn oil that's 1(X)(;
pure.. .it'saspoly-unsaturatedasyoucangetin
a corn oil margarine. And it's Kosher and Parve.
Look for it in the dairy case.
Now's the perfect time to try Unsalted Mazola ..
we're peppering it with U* off!
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age 14-B
*Jeist noridian
Friday. )anucry 30
Bo*'Mitpucvk
Robert Demiger
Worren
llliott Brown
RORKRT DAXZIGEB
On S "ii iv morninc. J:in. 31.
in th.' m.in sanctuary of T< m\>]
Ner Tamid, Roboii H., the son of
Mr. and Mrs. Rich ird N Dai
I I Coronado T. r., Keystone Is-
land. North Miami, will be Bai
Mitzvah.
R bert is i student ;it North
M! mi Junioi High S
tends Ner T mid's Rel i
S
will '>
at i Kiddush following ih" s?rv-
nner at th
- ij '. -
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Mrs N
<>f v, x .i ".| Mi
Mi s. Burton D
and uncl N.J .
M Mrs
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and Mi i i Mrs J
r rids
., present
\\ iBREX KAPLAN
i Alan, soi
Mrs.
h will c Mitz ih
at Ti mpl Men ii ah. S I i I 5
Jan. 31, in s at w
Maj fic'.ite
- ident N- utilus
Hi jh S thool, hi re he is
nth radc An
and ..... IS
W mor.
ELLIOTT BROWN
Mrs \ n Lloyd B
the T rah is 1 Bar
Mil :" ni Zion, on Satur-
d 24.
ith stu-
Glad Junior High S
wtu 1 '- ;.' i\- : 'mphel in the
ind. He will c mtinue his
l'- hi ..1 Ten
'/.-'' Hizh S h k>1. An
his Scout 1 i
he has sen <\ :is S 1
so 1 ins in
a community service project
wher he instructs mentally
retarded Fan Scouts at the Haven
School. Klliott is a member of the
YMIIA swim team.
s *
JONATHAN FOX
Jonathan, ion of Dr. and Mrs
M. S. Fox 1800 SW 85th Ct., will
become B ir Mitzvah Sat
morning, Jan. 31, at Temple Or
Olom.
Beginning with the opening ol
the ark. Jonathan will chant the
ntire servie including the musaf
and a unique Haftorah cantillation
from a novi. Roth of Jonathan's
Cai tor Leo I'rlieh.
wh 1 was cantor it :: th Sol mon
foi a nun b r
Fox wil
Jon thai
Hebi '

the c Saturd.ij
in h
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V .
Mr. ai
and Mrs. Morris I :
M y Finkel of N Y irk Cty
and Mrs William Tegm in 1 51
Louis. Mo.
HOWARD < VMNKR
Howard Biuco. son f Mr. and
Mrs. Edward I. Camner, will bc-
B ir Mitzvah at Te
Zamora on Saturday, Jan 31.
Howard is .1 seventh grade stu-
dent at Palmetto Junior High
School where is a member ol
the Science Club,
Mr. and Mrs. Camner will host
lii Ones Shabbat following Fri-
day night's services and the Kid-
dush following S morn-
!ng sei ic In the Temp!
r t hi '. '
I in th ir home S turday
ing.
v ill bo
Is. Ml i Mrs
v hii i nville. and

N Y :
JERRY BERXFE1 II
" I
- Ben
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II.
.]:> is seventh
nt at Glad
is in the :
Mr. and M "
:'i Jerry's
Sat I t he A H
MAR1 PLAOER
Ma n i Mrs
Mo toi
10 Is G les Ju
liij;h School, is in thi
grade and ;i
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the Oneg Sh t at I
thi ;.
da ighti :
Mesivta Torah V'daath
Marks 18th Anniversary
Mes ta T 1 ih \" laath R 1
"' Coll Bm N V.. will
observe Its 18th Vnnivers r> at a
Banquet W h j m irch I
Ihi Deauv lie 11 ite M
Milton K
nnnounci s that th :
nuet will ex'end hono'-s to 19
distinguished citizens in the Great-
er Miami area for their continuous
generous support of and ; 1
association with this cit idel of
!e 11 ning.
Mesivta Torah V'daath, the
largesl rabbinical training school
in the world, with a student bod}
from every continent and si .res
of countries in many parts of the
I, moved recently into a new
s:? 00000 campus, a project In
which many philantropists of the
1 iter Miami area share I,
Distilling Company Names Fleiscfa
\l.\ IN FI.EISCHM W
USY Camp Director
Visiting Affiliates
Donald Adelman. dii
(amn Man-all SY il
Glen Si* > N is in I
1 is) Region, I'nitrd Syi
America to meet with
il gri ; liscuss
1
n n-pi -
I niti IS
ft wish
-
1 i< in,
Mi
- ci : si
W'ednesda
was I
I Mr. A '
foi possi .
dreit from 8-1S.
Alvin Fit schman has 1.....n
the rte p l ol n cu-
|iv(1 1 nt ol F >ur R es
I. si Hers Company, according to
an announcement bj R C Wells.
lent.
Mi in has en mm -u-
. sid< nt-marketing ol
,nc M House of
am. I id since 1968 He h id
< be n x cut vice
... nt ol the Fr inkfort Distil-
lers Company.
l>: nment with the
, Mr Fleisch-
m in .v .1- : dent and
ma 1 ol thi Calvi rl
..,. He is an 18-
n of 1 mployment with
j nHated npai
West I '.'. in-
Sea n 11 stil-
i is-
i dh .-ion-.
Roses Disl 1 "s
Is F R ises Wh
HIS
Kessler Whiskey, Wlhonwu
White Horse Scotch, v^u
ka and White Satin >;n
Martin Agronsky Cm
Speaker At Mnwrah
Martin Agronsky, lamed
orres|ini|i ni, wi|| |, y^
speaker at frTWF M. norih's I
ture Sc ries entitled The r
I. nip ol the 70's" on SundayJ
Fi I" 8.
The subject 1 f Mr. Arto*]
sine1!. -The Middle I
Confrontation Betwi.
r rwi n," was eh 1
fi Is the Arab Isi.,. 1 ;<
a localized battle. To undenJ
its true significai
I as) one must follow ,
( both Russia and '
- lys The lectun
p.m. and conclude u M 1., -j
nd answei perio I
! pan (I talk.
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UGAl NOTICE
NOTICE Or ACTION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY.
CIVIL ACTION
No. 70-1o.-
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
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Plaintiff.
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UGAL NOTICE
| IN THE COUNTY JUDCES~COIJRT~
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 70-141
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NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditor* ;uiU Al, I i!.,^
Inn iMaim-. .t Ii.ma'i'ls Again.*! Kal'l
Katate:
Von ir. hereby nntitVd and rriiuln'I
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LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE OF ACTION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. CIVIL ACTION
Cae NO. 70-783
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
I'El till I S S w/.AN'i >.
I Mill.
LEGAL NOTICf
\ u. MAKY E WHITE, are berehj late ol pale County, I i ri,i ,. to th,
notified Ulill BUI pi I'omplullll lor couhti .Imli:. nf Dnde Coumy. and
Pivorve ha hoM filed aaalnel ><.u. I fll< the anw In duplicate atid an
and >"U are i.'.,mr..i to aerve .. ..|>> provided in s-.-ti.-.i 713.1* Plorldii
..i yow Ar-A.r or Pleading to the IMI Ktalulm ". th.ir offlre* In the I'oun
1 Compla Ii "n the Plaintiff* .iiii.r. i> Court Imui". m Part.- County. Kloi
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FLORIDA IN PROBATE
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NOTICE TO CREDITORS
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to prrariii an\ cla m-- and
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of i).ul. ivumv. Plnt-fda. n. i. i nui
in- I) .in.if "f I '.ol- .i and file the
lil.-.I m.iii. hi duplicate and a- provided m
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II do i 'uniy i 'onrthoune
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s u ;ili Siu.-t. Miami. Kl ri.l.i 3:1 r.T. iln > ih. drsi puhll.-alion hen
.111.1 file Ho original Aiimii' r l'|. ...i- I of or Ihi name Mill be bnrred
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