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Title:
The Jewish Floridian
Physical Description:
63 v. : ;
Language:
English
Publisher:
Jewish Floridian Pub. Co.
Place of Publication:
Miami, Fla
Creation Date:
February 6, 1970

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

Notes

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

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University of Florida
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Title:
The Jewish Floridian
Physical Description:
63 v. : ;
Language:
English
Publisher:
Jewish Floridian Pub. Co.
Place of Publication:
Miami, Fla
Creation Date:
February 6, 1970

Subjects

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

Notes

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

Record Information

Source Institution:
University of Florida
Rights Management:
All applicable rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier:
oclc - 35317254
lccn - sn 96027667
ocm35317254
System ID:
AA00010090:02140

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

Full Text
'Jewish Floridiaxi
Combining THE JEWISH UNITY end THE JMISH WEEKir
er o
Miami. Florida-Friday, February 6, 1970
Three SectionsPrice 1
Three Study Kremlin's Warning
Special Report
d I
Hghts M



j by If the i
Mid le East ei
full -c.ilo w ir be-
tweet | it, nd the \ '"- i
>. et A lor Anal W P.
vho delivei eom-
t to th<
W'hiti l Ion* over th week
was untk stood to h rve ex-
press" I 'i o\ er recent Is-
raeli raids linst Arab st ites
The In plic it ion w is 'hat the
United States shoi brii
-'! ; el to halt such at-
tacks.
The Soviet warnings l.i the
Western Itig Thre- i inir only
a few days after Egyptian Preal-
denl (.itn.il AImIcI Nasser met
secretly with Kremlin leaders In
Mosco a and were contained in
personal mrnaagca from Soviet
Premier Mexei \. Koaygtn !>
president \|\on, British Prime
Minister Harold Wilson and
I reneh President George* Pom-
pidou.
:. not spell out wl I
Soviet l n led to d
lid, but left all
. for ictl
ipments.
''.-
Continued on Page 7 A
biiwt Proposes Syria Steps Up Conflict
intend Law
I v| i \ While
mem
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in haw
lonalnv
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lisfac-
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is not

nd the Law
the
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In re. lifj this that
tit MM-I the govern-
h.is u iheld h> a
lerhfon ot the Israel
Savt, hut that ruling
storm el protest from
chief rabbinate and
Circles hen- iinl
ircini; Mi. government
spa in nver-rale the
Orthodox insist that
Jewish religious law
i>|"l\ in ill .ratters of
Stilus. \>. irtling l*
ssrmn i- Jewish oal]
j Jewish mother or
t" Judaism,
I
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Jfty | .,
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' I. I. risl i-
Uon to .intend Israel's Law
Return which will have the ef-
fect uf nullifymc the Supreme
Court ruling. The amendment
will extend equal rights 'o the
non-Jewish spouses and children
of immigrants but will preclude
their being registered as Jews
However, the compromise work-
. ii out t>> Minister of .1 I
V.iaciiv Shlmshon Shapiro and
Continued an a* 13 A
In Golan Heights Area
TEL AVIV, tJTAl An Is-
rael jet was shut down by S)
rian anti-aircraft fire over the
Golan Heights Monday, about
t. n miles ist of the cease-fire
line The pilot vvas seen bailing
out over Syrian territory. A
military spokesman said the
plane was hit while patrollinq
the ci isu -fire lira follow ing a
four hour battle between Israeli
and Syrian tanks and utillery In
thi Golan Heights
Cabinet Adopts .3-Way Deal
On Wages. Prices and Taxes
JERUSALEM >JTA> The
( sbinet has adopted a Ui
u a) pa kagi deal on i
- and tax. for fiscal 1970
.vlneh is SUppose^l i
the Israel pound and prevent
run-away inflation The meas-
ure, champ.oned by Flnanc
Minister Pinhaa Sapir. was pass-
l a Ithout opposition alth
the head of the Bank of Ul It I
and a number of leading
nomists have expressed serious
d lubt that It Will solve Is
economic problems.
Thi ( ahlnrl also approved a
draft budget for 19*0 of ap-
proximately M.3 billion for sub-
mission to the Knesset on Feb.
16. The budget is pegged to the
package agreement signed yes-
terday by the thee*- elements
that determine the country's
wonmnlc henlth labor, man-
agement and the government.
Under its terms. Isra< -
manufacturers and Industrl
will pay an B' a ige Incre -
this year hall of it in cash and
h i | in six-yi bj govern
bonds beai Ing 5' Interest The
employers themselves will buj
hi.is equivalent to
-}-. of th a/age bike Histadrut,
Israel's all-embracing trade
union fed. ration, agreed t'1 make
furthei age demand- and
th. m ui ifacl ir.: have pro-
, : i ra se prices on
basic Itiea.
The government pledged not
In i!u|mn. higher tuxes and flu-
ties this year, though it will
raise the tariffs on luxury items
sin h as Imported automobiles
and television sets. It also re-
served the right to impose addi-
tional levies on gasoline, .into
repairs ami imported alcoholic
beverages "if necessary."
David Horowitz, governor of
the Bank of Israel who attended
the budget session, criticized
the package deal which he said,
would not repair the growing
damace to the country's balance
ot p yments Earlier, a group
i : inomic professors and he i Is
of th.....-onomic faculties of
several Israeli universities had
. :. id d to the government,
H si nil i nd the manufac
i I-. not to sign the pact. Thev
. ud il w uld iHit solve Israel's
Continued on Page 5-A
Israel Air Force jets attacked
Egyptlaa military targets in the
Nile Valley ami the Nile delta
and Egyptian jets attached Is-
raeli positions north ol Kantara
in the Sue/, (anal /one twice.
Aeeording to a military spokes-
man the attacks were "hit-and-
run" forays which caused no
easualties or damage. He said
the Kgyptian aircraft dropped
their bombs haphazardly and
lied.
The battle in the Golan
fhts, the fourth in as many
was described as the
-t since the June, 1967
Six-Day War. hut Israeli forci s
red no c ksualties. .lets sum-
. I to attack Syrian tank
and artillery concentrations
ic i ed direct hits and returned
|j .! their basi S, a military
si okesman reported He lenii I
Syrian claims they had downi l
Isr n i h't during the b I
v i Israeli sources,
the Syrians may be heating up
the r front with Israel at Hie
icst ol President I Sam il \
del Nasser In order to ease the
pressure on Egypt. They
speculated thai Syria has com-
pleted the rehabilitation ol its
Army which was badly mauled
in th. 1967 war and now wants
to t. st it For several da; -
Syrian forces have opened fi
on Israeli patrols near Rat i
in the southern Golan Height-
starting the shooting with mo -
tars and later putting tanks and
a; tillery into action.
Israel Air Force targets in
Kgypt have Included the Baitlm
military camp in the Nile Delta,
more than 100 miles west <>l
Port Said and another iiiilltarv
camp near Asyutt in the Nile
Valley. All planes returned
safely.
n ... Vrafat, the El Fal h
Ii adcr, cl linu d in Amman tod
that the "successes" of his gut
nll.i i..res have created serious
tary and political dh isio -
ng is aeli leaders \
not specify the nature of th
slice. *sos" nor did h' say wh '
the all* ged divisions among the
Is were.
Israel bIso issued an offic
i il Egypt's claims that its
11 indos had erased the Gu
Ol Sin/ and attacked 1-
n tons in the Sinai Pennsu i
with rocket and said that trOO -
a, p -. arching for evidence th t
kets had been exploded In i
desolate area.
Ambassador To U.N.
Misquotes JTA Story
ption of Jews In Arab Countries Grave
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The tourist sad th it at '.
60 Jews n main In prison In
1: ai| without any formal ch i '
a. a nst them, and Ir iql Jews
erall) live under nsl
In ind have been the victin
ol street violence In B ighd id
where youths have ittacked
them with sticks and stones
A committee of French musts
in. eting In Pan- has heard first-
hand seounts of the plight ol
jews in Iraq Syria and Egypt
i!, \ ... given by
Ji wish refill .
,t an international
conferenci sttei led b>
.-" || The
ltd a | head-
ed by Alain Poher president of
the French Senati. who sh i
the podium with Arthur J
c.oidh. rg, t rmer Unit< d States
An bass dor t the United
N.it
Th. rel igee informants sa l
Uv tl ita countries foi
Continued on Paa 2-A
UNITED NATIONS, NY.
i.TTA The Svrian Ambas-
sador to th' United Nations has
quoted the Jewish Telegraphic
Agency as "proof' that the
iblic of South Africa was
:$ i Israel B il
I ;...n ge T( imeh, in an obvious
attempt to link Israel with .
nation that is considered an
v nitted
menl thai th JTA
i h he cited w is quote l an
. ation published in the
S i\., t G 'v. rnment news]
Izvesl i
The JTA story, datelined Lon-
dtin, J m 19 reported a c
publish.'.! in the Jan is ed ti in
ol Izvi st] i that the South Afri-
e n G vi rum.' I was organizing
the expat of tanks to Is
Izvestia described the tank- as
85-ton giants." indicating that
thev were Chieftains, a tank
that Israel Is trying to buy from
.n so far without success,
Mr Tomeh made his i, n
in the course of a debate in the
Sccuritj Council on the status
of Namibia, the diamond-rich
Ii n tor> "i Southwest Afrir i
that .....ks Independence II
. thi JTA is savin.- th It
the spoi' of tank- I
new ige of Isr icI-South Ati '-
.p. i it ion, bul led
-.iv ihat JTA attribute! th
quote to Izvestia. He added th it
.-. 21 .11 \ P thai
in, I'lllllli 'it had I
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Friday, February 6,
TV's Martin Agronsky
Federation Day Guest
Martin Agronsky
function \\ ill be
i th Annual
.. well known
..on ind i I o c
speaker on Feb.
the Westviev. Country Club's
a ial Federation Day, an all
.! soci il event, the pi me pur-
of which is
to support ill
!"7 I' imbined
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Israel Em
Cj Fund cam-
I i:gn of 'li"
Great
Jewish Federa-
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\c ties

ilight i by the
("; ill Toumam nt
Other mints for the program will
include brunch, cocktails and
dinner.
Robert Russell, president and
Chairman of the board of Russell
Aluminum Corporation and gi n< r-
.-il charman of th.- CJA-IEF cam-
;, xpressed his enthusiasm
and appreciation for the Westview|
Country Club's continued support
of the combined campaign.
David P. Catsman, Dr. Norman
S. Jaffo. Herbert Login. Mark
Matthews and Robert Russell, co-
chairman of the event, anno
the various committe heads foi
thi gala day
They are Tou I Commit-
tee Vlatt
1 s nn e. Lav n ;e C
p \ ""eco-l
A r <> Kra I
- -. \- i: l M St
]. rn Co -von
Jacob M. Ane; Ernest J mis: j
F tion 1 n'sf nit-
tee ch drmi n i" iy Stein, Royi i
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Th. i i-r-all" mmltt* al -I-an
. .lul-- Abrara-
non, Harold Kt > r*. 1 '< M
Harr] Rrti
in II n Ilium. Martin l
Hlumi ntl h1, H irrj Blunitn, Myron R
llnrakK. Col Dudley Hmdfli I "ui- K
1 ...i |d P \it--m hi. Leo
< -In. k i \ Chalkln, Melvtn Hi >-"
Harry I'h.rnin Bdward Clrcua, Ma
V Omrra, Mehrln J Cohen, Robert s
Cooper, Jack l. Paner, Juliu? Dareky.
Joseph Davfdmn,
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SniUfl |M>nner,
Bdward I.
U.-h.
i lirll
Vrihur J Kwtl Rolieri
i i mail, Mauri .' r
Finn I" Howard
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i, I "Ui- dman, Arnold C
hi. Harold It tlrai off. '
< ;r.-.i. lumei Hell
Hurl Haft, ""]
,,.. iKad .... ii... In Morn il It'll.
Samui Pi N'orm
Samuel Jan .. Rrnwi Fanli
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Donald It i> H rj II
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Mllli r I.. \ -I N" '
Saul J M r* lev I' Myem
Alw> Hal
Mas i ii ii-/. Herberi Pa Re, E A
Pallol, Pr Han. M IVrmealy, CHI
ford B Prrlman, Jay Phillfrw. U.
i Porter, l>r II irold Rand,
Charles Reakin, Samuel B. Roblnaon,
Jimeph U Row I Mattheu R Row
h-.u-. Povld Row : thai, William H
Roae. S.-\ ni"ur Rubin, Sam I uby
Sldnej Rudolph, Pr l-"i"' A Run-
-in. Robert RuaaeH
Alao, Joseph Sacks, Benjamin W
s.-ik. r. HaakeU n S.liulix, Stanley
Segal William Segal, John Perbln,
Oeorg TV Seyburn. Bdward Shapiro,
s.uil Bllberman, Juliu.- Sllvert
William 1 Singer, Maurice I. Spiegel
Joseph It Siein, Morton Stain, Arnold
M. Straus, Michael It Sudakou
.- Ii j Tate, Bernrd .' W igi I
Bernard M. Wall, Sidney Wanner-
man. Richard \Vax>*nber>, Alfred I.
rf, Carl Weinkli M
ub, I i nrd \ W- in. Max
Richard Wolfaon and Lewis K
7. I
Sam Wexler (left) and Philip Wolfe of Ihe Three Seasons.
Building No. 2. participated in and collected over SI.200
for the 1970 Combined Jewish Appaal-Isrcol Emergency
Fund campaign of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation.
100 Club Installing Officers For 1970
The officers for the year 1971 | S i2 rman, eorn*spo! '" -
were insl ill d by the 100 Club of lary; Sol \ ex.ind.
Dade County, an elite group of tarian, and Charles
businessmen ol the community, audit
Saturday evening, Jan. 24. at the 0n )!v, ,. ,]-..,,
Eden Roc Hotel by Harvey Abrrtm- -
son, installing officer.
Th.' newly elected officers in-
cluded Arnold Renkofe, president:
Larry Gould, Sid Kaufman
Mian S. Loft, vice presidents:
Dave Preston, treasurer: Leonard
Platt, recording secretary; I
a -. r, Herbert Bei nstein,
\\ ll Bl itt, Austin R -
Michael C innon, st ml< \ D:i< I-
<"n Harold Oranoff, Pr
Hirseh Da' I R
Miller, Alfred Oboler, Sidrw > W
Smith ii i l H Herbert I. VWi*
Situation ()[
Jews In Arab
Lands 'Gra\ e'
i< iintiiiiii-ii troin Pane i.*
their Jewhh inhabit f-,,
emitrrating and seven
tlv ir liberties! 'Pi .- ,
I .;> lid ui .i out >|
remaining there, 81
in a camp i I I
lions are pooi
pectioi
mil led 11" said howi
T i \\ i i ti'.i I irrrpi
o r the beatli
n prisons dui in I I
Jl \r -I
A Svri in re: i ,|
; 000-4.000 .lews in thai i
b irred from lea' ii f-l
..- and were confti ed to 1 [
.i. wish tjuartera by I
cui few s I |c said Jews |
barred from employmrnt in gov.
crnment erfterprlses and i
. >< have i- -. :.. il
s hanks and h n- I
l> en allowvd to colli i th. -|
de ts
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Dr. Narot Speaks At Forte Towers Dinner
])i Joseph It Narot, iplritual
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he goes! speaker al the annual
meeting o( Forte rowers residents
to in' held mi behall of the < Greater
vfiami Ji'wish Federation'! Com-
:imI J\:-!i \p;i i!-Nr..cl I tucker
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* i h ii 'or tha Foi U resl li rita and ih H 1 idles
re cordl ill) invited to atten L
i: y ner are: I ,ul II. i.
Rabbi !l irry Jolt and Rabbi M.i\
In making the announcemenl CJA-IEF C |00
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Friday, February 6, 1970
Number 6
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0RT An Example For All Jews
The recent conference of American ORT inaugurated
the 90th anniversary of that famed international organiza-
tion which came into existence in Russia on April 10, 1890
with the creation of a fund to teach skills and trades to
the poor Jews of that Czarist-Oppressed land. Since then,
more one million Jews in all parts of the world have been
served by ORT, which now is the largest non-government-
al, international network of vocational education, recog-
nized by the United Nations, many governments and
international agencies and the U.S. Agency for Interna-
tional Development as a model of technical education.
ORT stands as an example for all Jews in its dedication
to those who need the magnificent service it gives.
Reaction To Ruling Was Predictable
The reaction to the 5-4 decision of the Israel Supreme
Court, which broadened the religion-based definition of
Jewish nationality, was predictable even among those
religious groups which do not hold to the strict Orthodox
view. The threat of resignation by the National Religious
Party from a crisis-ridden government, unless immediate
corrective legislation is passed, is another matter and will
find little support from Reform and Conservative Jews in
America, who have much to complain about the way they
axe treated in Israel but who put the security of the Jewish
state above their religious differences.
The court decision must be seen as a narrow one
which does not in any way alter the religious definition
of Jewishness that is accepted by all three major sects.
But it does add a new element that is of serious concern to
all because it has no necessary ties to religious tradition.
The Jew, as an historical entity, has been a unigue
mixture of the religious and the secular and that accom-
modation accounts in great part for the amazing survival
of our people. The religious Jews have always considered
the non-observant as part of the faith, on the one hand,
while even the most secularized Jew has continued to
accept religious symbols as central to his Jewish identity.
It is not an exaggerated view that the long-range
effect of the decision could be to drive further apart
religious and secular Jews. By laying the foundation of
a broader definition of Jewish nationality, as in the
particular case before it, the court has gone part of the
way toward upsetting the traditional relationship.
Even before the official creation of the State of Israel,
scholars realized thai a Jewish state would raise the
problem of reconciling the millenial religious and cultural
traditions with modern democratic ideals. The court deci-
sion can spur the discussions and conferences which for
too long have been ignored, but whether the time is right
now, when Israel is fighting for its very life, is question-
able. There is no question, however, that "corrective" legi-
slation under a threat of the National Religious Party to
weaken the government coalition, is the wrong approach
to what must be acceptable ultimately to most Jews in
every part of the world.
Teleperson Adds Another Dimension
The newest division of the Combined Jewish Appeal-
Israel Emergency Fund campaignTelepersonadds an-
other dimension to the drive. It is expected to reach many
thousands of Greater Miami's Jews who heretofore have
been untouched by the annual appeals to support Israel
and the local, national and international agencies which
are the beneficiaries.
Although no one of the stature of New York's Mayor
John Lindsaywho has been making telephone calls in
behalf of the New York Federationhas been enlisted, more
than 300 leaders from 37 community organizations have
volunteered to make telephone calls to that segment of the
Jewish community which cannot be reached in any other
manner.
Kducation in Arherlc i
vulnerable to pollution as our
environment. The great problem
of trying to educate the millions,
to which our democracy m
be dedicated, is compounded by
the phoniness of our leaders
and the ignorance of most of
us as to what it's re
about. The ugliness has surfac id
in the most recent crises in the
nation and in Flolrida.
Now. it isn't only President
Nixon's reversion to type
the "Tricky Dicky'' which al-
ways seems to be there which
came through in all its hypocrisy
during the staged veto message,
nor Claude Kirk's efforts at
reviving old-fashioned Southern
demagoguery. which are open
to criticism. Both of them ha\
done what comes naturally in
skillfully playing to what they
believe make up the majority
in this country the ignorant
and the gullible.
These arc politicians, of
course, and much as we may
decry their kind of politics at
least many of us are prejared
for it. We know that Nixon's
attack on inflation through the
extra funds for education can-
not stand any intelligent test
when it is equated with his
over inflated defense expendi-
tures, the pressing forward with
the questionable ABM program
or the unnecessary supcrso'iic
transport (SSTi. To peg his
denial of much-needed monies
for health research, for expori-
mental educational programs, on
the impact-area pork barrel, and
then to let it be known that
in reality he will continue this
politically popular program is
more than hypocrisy: it is con-
tempt for the public's intelli-
gence.
As for Kirk, who privately
raised funds on behalf of law
and order by methods highly-
questionable, his show boat
Comment
.-. : ih the F< I
. ration orders has mlj ad I-
, i t I i ler and con-
m. There is much I be
quesl laboul thi pr icedures,
and honest puzzlement about
..... : the Fi I ral rulings, but
- called
not f >r > uthi 11 sh rwmanship
but the kind I st itesmai
.- lay< l by Governor McNair
,- South Carolin i n moving
h .nestly towar II ''-
l as II m ij
All this be-
ol us
have become conl w ith e hi-
nd have e>
ited the effects of the in-
tegration orders Postponement
of pupil integration until next
Si pti m r may still give us the
oportunity to do what we failed
t i do almost a ye ir ago. I quote
from my c "I don't believe that most of ua
realize yet all the implications
of the July 1. 1969 n port of
HEW which found the Dad-
system in violation of the Civil
rights act what I re illy
want to say is that the entire
community must be involved
lvfore the second phase of th--
school board's plan .s devel-
oped." And a few weeks later.
the Rabbinical issociation, to-
gether with Pretest.nit and
Catholic groups, called for co-
operation by religious people of
all faiths in implementing the
ruling. And like my column, and
the school board's plans, it ended
there, on paper.
What we hue to do, of
course, is to start making sense
atiout American education, not
just integration: unlike paper,
the problem is not easil) dis-
posable Nor, for that matter,
is the question of Jewish educa-
tion which must \y tied in I
was amused to read in an <> -
scure magazine which fortUI
by EDWARD COHEN
ly circulates" only -,,
limited group of rab r
by or.e of our loca. -. |
leaders that as rel
g I we are SCClain
'Harvard' of religion-
Amused not becaii- ,, I
ticular school might ;.
labelled something on
scale like "Yale" for
but having rev
.'.' Id s.....n to be a t
acclamation to the wo ,
- i.'st rob admits h I
that his school reall.v i. I
pim Ide a C'">d Jew :-h |
S "Han ir I"
.....ms inadequate for .' .1
other of our local |
has conducted its own
.in indepen lent sur
religious school. The res
are told fortunately
the somewhat limited cii it ]
of its Bulletin "tend I
that attitudes at (censoredi i-..|
better than attitudes ,-|
religious schoo's." And. In th->
light of what is happei I
public and religious \
around the country, the I
board felt that the sir...-. I
encouraging." It would be :-.(
t -ting to se the list I I
religious schools survey i with]
which the "attitudes'' com II
sons were made, but
not the point, either.
The point is that thi I
self-serving attitude tow il 1 thel
educational cri.-is that President!
Nixon and Governor Kirk hr.el
taken is not far differen' fro-ri
that assumed by our educ il I
establishment even if :t seeml
otherwise at times. And that >ol
many of our rabbis and the Jew-I
ish education establishment!
manage the same self-s .|
self- leluding stance Is
sa I Wore. for w. I
people who have been :
n to wor-hip false id
Ite -raven images
MATTER OF FACT
by JOSEPH ALSOP
WASHINGTON "Why"" Is
the obvious question > n
must ask when an immensely
long-headed, basically cautious
man is preparing to take an
enormous, seemingly needl ss
gamble.
That is precise!) -.'.hit Presi-
N"i\ m i~ now doing As
>rted in t'n- space he m< u
* intervene in the 1970 con-
gressional elections in the most
active manner. No Pn lenl has
attempted anything > this i I
cu$m /ua POftfPiocy
Fl^CH PttCE PlAN
"ill

Fr inklin Roosev,
i-ti-o'is intervention in t' ' I
ye ir election of law
The most recent prec
therefore unattractive
C ii "dds are als > ui
(>' And it the Presl I' '
intervene, and nonetheli
: Mv i sual loss, the res .
to his prestige a
> Will be veiy he
Furthermore, this i-
himp the Preside.it
to in.ike The Ri
I to gain a minium l
-. '- to s,'i/.' control
H ms,- ,ii Represent I
they ", ed eight m.i'-
Sen ite.
v. I tl President hi-'
: party's
lers that
i vi-iv active
| i m, He has
rtfl i
'-. > the same i
Vi intensive and exti
fruitful search for betti
lican congressional cat
I'M In progress Th
h is been led by the able R
lie.in national chairman
Rogers Morton, and the
man of the party** House c
paign committee. Rep. Bob ^-'l
son. A,<*ain and again, rel
prospects have asked Wilson snB
Morton:
"Will the President be
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February 6. 1970
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Cabinet Vdopts 3-Way Deal
On Wages, Prices and Taxes
.Continurd fro... Pag. I)
.... probl.'H-- I ">"-
.. ... utton
l.i-V "I?'
rriertotoer Isr -Is debta
W Mr H,:-'' Spited
I ^ too. thoueht devaluation
|! f.r only vva)
IS. of -':1 Cl'r-
hSSttHounf : thclflTO
L,,*.. vrill not tie '<"";" "n"'
K1'-' ^"', "" ,h" '>ackag*
1 | u fed 1 -.mit.-iN
and evaluated. But a deficit of
at least $200 million li exepi
and Uraefa foreign currency
reserve! will be further reduced
by that sunount. The formerly
"voluntary" defense loan was
made compulsory. Israeli wage
earnen will now pay 7'; of their
income and self-employed per-
lOM Mb. TliLs and increa-^-d
dues to the National Insurance
Institute, arc expected to yield
about $350 million to the
treasury.
North Shore JWVA Meets \ W YW YMHA Camp Director To
A meeting of the Jewish War!
Veterans North Shore Ladies
Auxil:ar> N. 677 will he held
at the Washington Federal Bank
1231 Washington Ave.. at 7:30
p.m. Wednesday A card party
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at the Croyden Arms Hotel. .'.7th
Street and Collins Avenue. Mrs
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Sisterhood A cud party will \v spoils (red
by the Beth Kodesh Sisterhood on
Lincoln's birthday. Feb. 12. at
1 p.m.. Mrs. Sam Port in. president
of th<- Sisterhood, his announced
Bob Schachter, camp director ol
('amp Barney Medintz, sponaored
by Atlanta Jewish Community
Center, Atlanta. Ca.. will be at
Ibe VM-VWHA of Greater Miami,
8500 SW 8th St.. at 7:15 p.m. Sun-
day, to show films and answer
question! for prospective young
campers. The YM YWHA of
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For further information please
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Dr. Bernard Neuwirth of the
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lo gi\f the children the opportune
ty of meeting a dentist and havir.g
an initial experience with dental
Service In familiar, pleasant t-
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3 Appointments Complete
Temple Israel's Cabinet
Th" campaign cabinet for Tem-
ple I- "!' i'it Miami's new
Sanctuarj and Center foi Advan-
ced Jewish Studies was completed
thi< week with the acceptan<
Ell Timdner, Robert Turchln and
Jack Waxi a general chair-
manships. They join vice presi-
di Nathan Gumenick, Robert
- >|] and William Siegel in the
top leadership of thr drive i i
complete the building program of
th.- Reform J -. synagogue in
time for its 30th anniversary in
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President Joseph A. Gai
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<>f Messrs. Timoner. Turchin
W ixei e the r iddii i
to the campaign cabinet "sij
cant for the entire Jewish com-
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foremost builders and devefo
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and general communities Mr.
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g thi> new young Jewish le id-
Jack Waxenberg
Hi Timoner
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Robert Turchin
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Rothberg Chairman of
Inaugural Conference
Bacteriologist Samuel Rothberg. j tions from the Development Bud-
01 Pearia, 111., a leading Mjdwest get are responsible for Israel's,
iness executive and nationally important development projects."
minent communal figures, has he explained.
More than 2,000 Jewish leader*
named chairman of the 1970
Ii ternational Inaugural Confer-
.' for St.ite o; Israel Bond-;.
Dr. Joseph J Schwartz, vice presi-
<.: i of the Israel Bond Organiza-
i has announced.
The conference, marking the
20th year of Israel Bonds, "il!
i hel i fn Th i sda> Feb. 2t;
i .:: Si M irch 1st at the
F it line .to launch an
ii tensifi d w i \\\ i Ii effort to
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The 191 Israel Bond drive
inprecedi l" md
- iortioni
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s- ,. IP for the
I iloci-
from the United States and Cana-
da are expected to attend the
four-day conference and to map
a broad plan of action for the
Israel Bond drive which encom-
esses more than 30 countries of
the free world.
In conjunction with the 1970
International Inaugural Confer-
ence for S'ate of Israel Bonds,
which will launch this year's cam-
paign for the sale of 5250 million
In Bonds, a one-man show of the
works of Joel Rohr. one of Israel's
mdlng artists, will he held
from Sunday. Feb. 15, through
Sunday. March 1, at the Trustee
C!'!< Gallery of the Barcelona
Hotel. 43rd Street and Collins
Avenue.
Gallery hours during the ex-
hibit! >n will he fr^m 10 a.m. to i
8 p.m. from Sunday through
Thursday, from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.
on Friday.
A press preview and reception
will he held on Saturday. Feb. 14.
from 7 to 10 p.m. under the spon-
sorship of Mrs. Jan Peerce. wife ot
the famed opera singer, who i*
national chairman of the Women's
Division of the Israel Bond drive
Mr. Rohr's exhibit will feature
some 60 oil paintings, water colors
and serigraphs depicting scenes in
Israel, its people and landscapes.
A highlight of the display will bo
a series of oils portraying many of
the 750 citizens of Kibbutz Kfar
Menachem, Israel's second co-
operative settlement of American
immigrants, where Mr. Rohr and
his wife. Eta, a physiotherapist live
and work. (His son. Heski, is a
scout in the Armored Division of
I's Defense Forces.)) Rohr
is the only painter in Israel who
has been officially designated "a
kibbutz artist."
Emil Colin Entertains
At Night In Israel Galas
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hi-iis irtn in thel
M for 1st
I nitiated
; c ital To \i ments
I will be : i milar
if th Florida
The "Nighl in 1 >
Ition to i r- Apart-
n i nts, will be hi 11 at M -Len
Gurd i la; t 8 p.m.; Park
V:ew Point Apart its it 8 p.m
W- dnes I ij. and al Trc
H use Thurs lay Feb. 12 at 8 p.m
"i the Herzl I. idge ol
H- llywood B'nai B'rith will spon-
a "Night in Israel'' Wednes
cay evening, at Temple Sinai.
II lywood.
Emil Cohen, who will head the
entertainment programs at the
"Night in Israel" galas, has star-
ry i on the Ed Sullivan Show and
m ny other popular television hit,
pi grams and has appeared in:
major night clubs, hotels and'
theatres throughout the country.
At the Coastal Towers event.
I -hor-lecturer Harry Kimball, j
wi.l be honored for his many
yars of service on behalf of
J- ad.
The Mar-Lcn Gardens gala will
I sponsored by the Men's Social,
C ib. under the chairmanship of
it- president, Louis Shatz.
ilrman of the Treasure House]
' nt. sponsored by the Treaxun
H use Men's Club, is Samuel
P tersell; Herman Schwartz and
Morris Sharaf are cochairmen.
Heading the committee for the
Park View Point Apartments!
are Charles Goldstein, Mark
Nati Roth and Sam
Schiffman,
Heading the Herzl Lodge event
in Hollywood are Max Lieherman
and Bernard Pollan, Israel Bond
cochairmen of the Lodge, of which
Jack Mogilowitz is president.
Bureau Forming
Jewish Rook Group
An attempt to form a Jewish
Books Group will be made on
Wednesday, Feb. 18 when adults
interested in a monthly discussion
group for self-study through read-
ing of the great Jewish classics
will meet in the auditorium of the
Washington Federal Savings and
Loan Association, 1234 Washing-
ton Ave., Miami Beach, at 2 p.m.
Notice of this meeting has been
sent by the Bureau of Jewish Edu-
cation to all organizations and
others who may be interested in
joining the Jewish Books Group.
JFCS Speakers Available
Jewish Family and Children's
Service an agency supixirted by,
Federation and United Fund, will
provide speakers to clubs and or-'
ganizations interested in hearing
the broad areas of family life.'
chid development, social problems
and agency services discussed.
Such programs can help the j
community to have an in-depth j
understanding of the problems j
facing today's families and what j
to do about them. Interested
groups should contact James
Henry at the main JFCS office.
What Is The
HISTADRUT FOUNDATION?
*
PROVIDE AN INCOME FOR YOURSELF THROUGH GIVING TO THE
HISTADRUT LIFE INCOME FUND AND
THE HISTADRUT ANNUITY FUND
SPONSORED BY THE AMERICAN HISTADRUT DEVELOPMENT FOUNDATION.
THE HISTADRUT LIFE INCOME FUND offers the donor an opportunity to contribute property
and securities, while reserving the income during the donor's lifetime. Thus, the HISTA-
DRUT LIFE INCOME FUND offers the contributor three major financial advantages:
1. Continued income from the securities for life;
2. Elimination of Capital Gains Tax on the appreciated value of the securities;
3. Immediate tax deduction on the fair market value of the securities. (Example: At ege
65, charitable tax deduction estimated at 66% of the fair market value of the securities;
at age 70, 72V)
THE HISTADRUT ANNUITY FUND is particularly suited to the needs of the senior citizen to
whom it offers a life income of 7, 8, 10, 12 percent and more, depending on his or her age.
In addition to this high annuity income, the senior citizen derives an additional benefit
from the fact that as much as 70 to 85 percent of the annuity income is exempt from
income tax, thus substantially increasing the spendable income provided by the annuity.
THE HISTADRUT ANNUITY FUND has been licensed by the New York State Insurance De-
partment, and in keeping with the regulations of that Department, it maintains full legal re-
serves in the United States. The Chase Man-hattan Bank of New York is custodian of these
reserves.
The Gift Of Life For A People
The Gift of Knowledge
Vocational Schools (Amal) Scholarship Funds
The Gift of Opportunity for the Young
Children's Villages (Mishan) Youth Centers
The Gift of Dignity for The Old
Parents' Homes (Batei Avot)
The Gift of Health for All
Hospitals, Clinics, Health Care (Kupat Holim)
The Gift of Community
Adult Education and Leadership Training
Religious and Cultural Centers
YOU CAN IMPLEMENT YOUR COMMITMENT TO THE FUTURE OF THE LAND
AND THE PEOPLE OF ISRAEL THROUGH
A Bequest in your will
An Assignment of life insurance
A Transfer of securities
A Trust Fund
A Life Income Fund Contract
A Gift Annuity
ISRAEL HISTADRUT COMMITTEE
One Lincoln Road Building
Miami Beach, Florida 33139
Telephone.
538-1231
Telephone:
538-3101
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FJerrii J neph Cohen Max Fish-
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hluth, M i\ RoM man Sv l\ in
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H. Sti ind Louis Weber.
A Sun lay. Feb 15, on ikl lai
meeting has been scheduled f >r
r House res i>-nt vrlth B..v
i Island! Mayor Snepard
Bi 11 as the gw il speaker. Co-
chairmen of tiii- i!: ilr are Ri>i>rrt
Blum, Jr., Ellisjon R. KosoH Irving
S Norry and Jaot Rabinoavttz
Tin- Ciimmiiuv kneludea Iruin
H Adelman, Irving C Angel,
Martin iv*rs Michael Bloom Mrs Robert Blum,
': Jos n'li I Brad; M P
S Broida, Or JiKi'i>h Burd. Louis
(' Cohn, Irvine Delaon, \\ i ter
Oeutsch Jack Fein, Meyer
stone, Maurice Greenberg Max
Held, M irray II Herlanda
Maurice Hertz, Hair) J Klein
David Kleinman Samuel H Kline,
Mrs Ellison Koaofl Joseph H
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Margolia Philip Nes Samuel Pa il
Mrs Jac 1> R kbinosvHz
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,-'i, Jaco M Goldstein la iac
< loodman -l > Koen ;sbei.:
Law rence Krass, Arthur K ik *l
Pa il Kwitn ) .' ic Millet Mor-
ris l'. Newman, Sadie R I i
Jack Rubin, Isadore Sailer Diana
Schwa Harry Sevel,
Lawrence Shuman Noah Softer,
Nathan Tonlin, Ann Ti ehtenberg,
Florence Wabjpr ai I Sol u- i
Matthew Hai I ind Jack S
Popiek have accepted the cocl il
manship of B-lle Plaza A irt
ment's campaign, and i^-on J. Kll
will serve n chairman of Belle
Towers' campaign it ha* been '1-
nounc<-d The two high-rise build-
ings have eoui-dinati-d their or-
ganizational effocta in the forma-
tion c( i campaign cabinet to be
responsible for all campaign ac-
tivities.
Members of the Cabinet Include
Mrs. Frances Abrams, Samuel B
Cohen, Harry Fad>m David Felix
Clarence Freedman, Louis V.
Goldman, Mrs Ehna Kaufman
Sam (' Levenaon, Mrs, Frltzl Lon-
don, Mrs Samuel Miller, Abi iham
SoiMbend and Murray Wellmsn
Massachusetts Club Meets
The M im ichusi it Club of
Greater M an will I old Its i exl
meeting <>n Thursdaj Feh
the Bel Alre H tel Ml imi B
Entertalnmenl will be by D m n
Stuart. BO d 01 -t and -' n '
teller. A buffel itpptr, raid and
games party is also scheduled for
the Bel Aire Hotel at 8 p.Bfl Satur-
day, Feb. 21. William Chlten Is
president of the club.
THE ISRAEL
HISTADRUT COMMITTEE
proudly announces its Fifth Annual International
MID-WINTER CONFERENCE
of the
AMERICAN HISTADRUT
DEVELOPMENT FOUNDATION
FEB. 16-18, 1970-Fonrainebleau Hole
Celebrating the Golden Jubilee
of Histadrut In Israel
Featuring the Installation of
DR. LEON KRONISH
DR. If ON KtONISH
RABBI, TEMPLE BETH SHOLOM, MIAMI BEACH
AS NATIONAL CHAIRMAN OF THE BOARD
GALA AWARDS BANQUET
Wednesday, Feb. 18th ^w^
Address By His Excellency v
JACOB BARMORE
MINISTER OF ISRAEL TO THE UNITED NATIONS
6:30 P.M. DINNER $10
R.S.V.P. 538-1231 OR 538-3101
FREE FORUM
ON PERSONAL FINANCIAL PLANNING
TUESDAY, FEB. 17th, 2:00 to 4:00 P.M.

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mom
You Are Cordially Invited
To Be Our Guest
(Admission Free)
at a
FORUM ON PERSONAL
FINANCIAL PLANNING
Relevant to you .
Relevant to Israel .
DR. SOL STEIN
of New York
Rf'Cvvned Economist and Executive Vice
President of the Histadrut Foundation.
And Judge Herbert S Shapiro
JUDGl HIBBIRT
S. SHAWM)
Off. 501 STf/N
8 VITAL PROBLEMS
Related to Your Personal
Financial Planning
1. Pitfalls in drafting a will.
2. How to preserve your right to marital
deduction.
3. Is a will superfluous in case of joint owner-
ship with your wife?
4. What happens if husband and wife meet
with a fatal accident simultaneously?
5. Will your wife be able to manage your
estate after vou are pone?
6. HOW TO SAVE INCOME AND ESTATE
TAXFS THROUGH TRUST FUNDS.
7. HOW TO REDUCE YOUR TAXES WHILE
INCREASING YOUR INCOME
8. HOW TO INCRFASE YOUR SPENDABLE
INCOME WHILE HELPING THE PEOPLE
OF ISRAEL.
FREE REFRESHMENTS
RESERVATIONS REQUIRED
Tel: 538-1231 538-3101


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Friday, February 6, 197Q
THE RABBI SPEAKS FROM HIS PUiPIT
Laws For A
Peaceful World
CANDIEIIGHHNG TIME
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si week ui in... iio
It. Sii r :i Com-
ts to the children :-
n I. Toiliiv, wv i a ol iih many
l< which stem from these com-
i '- whi ii i< late to our
di.il.
The Ral) is [irel the first
'v "Vi 'i.i. h." "and
i laws to thosi
that wiii la ml sin.a.
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the will ol G I he1 i< r civil or
i ninal.
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lie.
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i He w ants us to maki
hi l\. H sa implii .s righteous-
I'll' se an r. founda
ti'n -lulu s upon which the i
: sts, Thi n ca i b< m peae
i. brotherh kxI unli ss Ih si prin-
ce up the :' hi.
I :'. m "ii w Inch v. i i Ule.
Thi ri an 613 -ommandnu i I -
i wi ai i bidden to observi .
osifi e, 365 an
negative. The 24X |x>siti\e, say the
Rabbis, rot 11 spoi il to in 248
1. :i- of the human body, imposing
:. obligation on i very pai i ol out
being t,> serve God by doing whal
ht, true, jusi and kind. Thi
363 negative commandments cor-
nspond to the 365 days in the
y .ii They rtmind us to avoid
i' in-.; what is not right, or true,
i I.-;, ui kind every day of
i er> year of our life.
The T< i ah is not in Heaven,
It was given to man to live by
l'ii- on eatth. Its purpose is to
1 ip man fulfil] himsi If by making
Jiii- beautiful and meaningful for
himself ami for others. It not only
.ills for ktvc of neighbor but also
lui love oi stranger and commands
lii.it there shall be but "one law
lor you and the stranger thai
dwcUeth amongst you."
"Do not si | : sell from
the community." One may not
n train from observing these laws
i "i maj mil n frain from helping
I fi llowmen build a better world.
Tin- Midrash says that one who
ronci i ni d u iili the welfare
lankind, who refuses to meel
i. communal duti' s or n sponsi-
I'iiitiis helps to destroy the world.
I'm- Instance, a Jew may no! say
what concern do I have
v. ith Israel, or with Federati in,
i.r with the needs of mj fellow-
-.. n v i'hi Ii I hear and see, the
u in i 11, ," He who
tvaj is likened unto
thosi .. ho try to di stroj the
\. ni I.I. Our responsibility is to
- i nd to get others to
Ip so thai together we
b til i a r t, righti ous and
I \- oi Id.
T i' -;' nsibility i> ours to
linl ,in law and
i h Bib! ti lls us that at
I onl those who were
. icall.i alivi were present,
ol all those yet
n were | r, s< nt to enter into
thi iti rnal covenanl with God.
In oiliii- words "we" were also
amongst those who said "Naasi
si m i" we will do and we
'We" undertook to fur-
impli mi nt God's laws" in
I me" to advance the world toward
oal of | mi fi ctioi
i commitment to the eti rnal
lues and principles which are
essential for a just and peaceful
world is Ui be holy and to make the world
holy is a task which socks ful-
filment more than ever today.
The work: reminds us daily ol the
v i akuesscs of men of the Inequi-
ties which are being practiced,
ol the suffering inflicted ami of
the wars that are waged, There
is falsehood, injustice evil, every-
where. The Torah comes to us
this week to say -And these are
the laws which you shall place
before them.'' These are God's
laws that must be observed and
practiced, if man is to live as a
human being, in a peaceful world.
Galil Chapter Sponsoring
Beth Torah Music Program
Cantor Men Dickson of Con-
ion Beth Kodesh and Car :
McKenzie, choir leader of Con-
gregation Beth Torah will combine
their talents in a presentation ol
i songs and favoi ite
antorial compos tions at M p.m.
Wi In y, nt Congreg ition B -th
Torah, 105] Interama Blvd., North
v. imi B a h
The program is sponsored by
he G i ter of the Mlzn hi
iV 11 ;anization ol Americ i
In honor Je i sh Music Month
Membership cochairman are Mrs.
Harry Schrelher and Mrs Eva
Linet; Mrs. Morton Zemel is pro-
cram ehaii man and Mrs. Mrs
Rothenberg is president of the
clv.pt'--
SYNOPSIS OF THE WEEKLY TORAH PORTION
Mishpatim
Mo.es instructs the Israelites in the divine La i
And he took the book of the covenant, and read in the
he ring ol the eoplc; and they said: All that the Lord hath
spoken will we do, and ob > (Exodus 24:7t.
MISHPATIM The laws thai M.....- submitted to the ch I-
'' '" ": !~ ": ''' thy had heard the Ten Commandments
dei Ith with the follow ..
''"'' ant; '>" lion and
ph nx; kidnapping; criminal assult; maiming of a servant;
the butting bull; a damage;
ytes, the orphaned and the widowed;
'' ",l"': '"' :"": "' lion of God md man"
1 ......mj the Sabbath-
the thre ilgrin festivals; idolatry.
Thi l.....' on concludes with the renewal of the covenanl w.ih
God. Th.- children of Israel accepted the covenanl with the
words: -ai: thai the Lord hath spoken will we do, and ob"
lExodus 24:1 Moses then ..-ended Mount Sinai to n
the tablets ol the Law.
Question
Box
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Win dues the one who reads
the ToroJi saj "Amen" nut loud
in response t tin- benediction
which is recited bj Ule wonhlin
per before the reading ol the
Torah?
Some claim that this is a -
t- ill cot giegation that the
ing ol the Torah is about to I
and thai absolute silence and
centration is expected from the
11 ngn cation i ithers saj it i- a
n minder to the congregatl in to
join in saying amen to the I
did ion w hull has just bi
11 red. It is also claimi d thai this
is done to indicate thai the bene-
diction which the worshipper has
made over the Torah i- nol
a pai t of the Torah reading il
The Amen recited so loud
bj the Torah leader is an
"interruption" between the bene-
diction which the worshipper re-
cited by hi ait and the reading
v. huh is about to take place di-
rectly from the text in the Torah
Scroll. Otherwise, then- might be
a mistaken impression thai thi
woishipper was reading the bene-
diction out of the Scroll,
Why is the Torah rt'iid in the
synagogue on Saturday after-
noon! besides having been read
on Satordaj morning?
This is one of the famous ordi-
nances ordained by Ezra, the
Scribe, It is claimed that lie in-
stituted this additional readiii) foi
the benefit of those who are un-
able to attend the synagogue serv-
ices on Monday and Thursday
mornings when the Torah is
regularly read. The reading on
Saturday afternoon would provide
them at least one of the two
additional readings usually held on
Monday and Thursday mornings
Why do some people verbally
recite the phrase "L'Kavod
Hhabbos," (for "honor ol the
Sabbath") when thej perform
some special act on the Sab-
bath?
Some explain this on the basis
oi the Biblical verse, "Remember
the Sabbath" (actually better
translate d as "Keep the Sabbath
in mind." One is required, on the
basis of this wrse, to do special
things on the Sabbath which
would have the effect of constant-
ly reminding us of the presence of
the Holy Sabbath in our midst
Thus the pious constantly say
"l.'Kavod Shabbos" when per-
forming Bpecial deeds on Ihe Sab-
bath.
When one has an important
visitor in the house one does
special things in honor of the
' vered guest and tries to keep
constantly ..wan- ol the presence
<-i the respected personality So
ii is with the Sabba
Whj is the Torah read twice
on the Sabbath day on,, in
the morning and once in the
afternoon?
The morning reading, of coins,
Is the major Torah reading ol
*e week. Th, aft,-,-non,, ,.
was added for tin- sak..... those
who might be unable to attei
synagogue on Monday and Thurs-
day because of their pre-occupa-
tions with makhiK a llvelih.....I
They thus wen given the chano
' hearing the Torah readli
Saturday afternoon at the Ml
Si I vice.
HAVAT -S-H A L O M CONGREGA-
TION. 995 SW t>7th Ave. Orthodox
Cantor Morns Barr.
4NSHE EMES 2o33,SW 19th AVe.
Contervative. Cantor Sol Pakowitx. 2
BETH AM ,TEMPLE). 5950 N IK*n.
dan Dr.. S Miami. Reform Racbi
Herbert Baumgard. Cantor Michael
Kyrr. *
BETH DAVID 2626 SW 3'C Ave.
Conservative. Rabbi Sot Landau^
Cantor William W L'Pon. *
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BETH EL. 00 SW 17th Av. Ortho-
dox. Ral'lj' SclO"!on i II
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KNESETH ISRAEL. 1415 Euclid Aw.
Orthodox. Rabbi David Lehrt .11
Cantor Abraham Se.f. "5,
MENORAH (TEMPLE). 820 7sth St
Conaervativa. Rabbi Mayer Abrm'
owltx. Cntor nfcoV.ldmln. ^i
Krlilaj I p mi Katurda>
. -.1 .....
ji >ing i.i %>
NtR TAMID (TEMPLE). 80th St. ,-,
Tatum Waterway. Cons-rvat.ve
Rabbi Eugene Labovitx. Cantor Ee
ward Klein.
a
BETH KOD6S.H 1101 SW 12th Ave.
Modern Traditional. Rabbi Mi>
Shapiro. Cantor Ben Dickson *
|i ni Si I
:

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BETH TOV (TEMPLB) S6 SW
8th St. Conservative Ralib Simon
April. Cantor Seymour Hmkn B

Vh, i:- "' .,
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Mr aiul Mi
SRAEL (TEMPLE) Ol- GREATER
MIAMI. 137 NE 19th St. Reform.
Rabhi Joseph R. Narot. 10
I- V
Jew" Israel Iti Wi
ISRAELITE CENTER. 3175 SW 25th
St. Conservative. Rabbi Avrom L.
Draiin Cantor Nathan Parn^ss 11
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VtNYONAIRES SVNAGOGLE S737
Bird Rd. Modern Traditional 12
OR OLOM (TEMPLE S'55 SW 16th
St. Conservative Rabbi Ralph Ghx-
man. Cantor Benjnmin Ben An 13
Prlilaj < |i ni Salll
Mltzvah > ,\. -
TIFERETH ISRAEL. 8500 N Miami
Ave. Conservative. Rabbi Raioh
Carmi. 14
OHEV SHALOM. 7055 Bon.ta Or
Orthodox. Rabbi Phineaa Weber!
man. }j
SEPHARD'C JEWISH CENTER. )
Collms Ave. Rabbi Sadi NaSm ,i -,i
CONGREGATION ETZ CHAIM. 154J.
44 Washington Ave. Rabbi A. Ben.
Hillel. jj
NORTH MIAMI BEACH

ADATH VESHURIN iTEMPir
N E Miam G'rdens Dr v- n
arvatlva Rabbi Milton Sc-
Cantcr T'.bor '.'.->. jj

BETH TORAH Nt 164tn St at -ith
Ave. Conservative. Rabbi Ma L p.
schitz. Cantor Jacob Renier. 34
B'NAI RAPHAEL 1401 NW 1P3ra St.
Conservative. RaDbi Charles Ru~e
Cantor Jack Lerner. ij
|* l.*i p in t:.i s. ,
liar Mllsrvah It,
- 1 -n,
TIFERETH JACO& (TEMPLE) 951
E. 4th Ave. Hialeah Conservative.
Rabbi Maurice Klein. 15
ZION (TEMPLE,. 8000 M.ller Rd
Conservative. Rabbi Alfrtd Wax.
man. 1$
NORTH MIAMI
BETH MOSHE CONGREGATION,
13600 W. Dixie H> Conservative
Rabbi Joseph A. Gorfinkel. Cantor
Ben Zion Kirschenbaum.
Friday K, Ii-rni Snbbnil lui
Sp,:,!,..i Ml II ,n v K n .-1
SINAI (TEMPLE) of NORTH OAOE
18801 N E 22nd Avenue -'.
Rabbi Ralph P. Kingdey.
, 1 \ .
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a in 1 1 >. \.
Mi llrrnarri IVn .
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SKY LAKE SYNAGOGUE 18" -.E
10th Ave. Orthodox. Rabbi Jon E
Caplan 31
p n, Sat until) "
1 I. I.. -.
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YOUNG ISRAEL OF GRE-'.'EP.
MIAMI 990 NE 171st St. Orthodox
Rabb, Naftali Porush n
1 pn Si, turd
K N u Jud, Hi
C0SAI GABIES
JUDEA (TEMPLE). 5500 G-s-ads
Blvd. Reform. Rabbi Morris Hoo-
per 44
I 1 I s
f-! Judnixm "
ZAMORA (TEMPLE). 44 Zamora Avs.
Conservative. Rabbi Maxwell Bera"
C.intor Richard Browdy. 41
p in S, 111,hi. VV,
1 'nntrndu 1101 Batui
11 m Si r,i"' ii Ihi
.1 ri : 1 :i. S. 1

MIAMI BEACH
AU..ATH 'SRAE* T801 Carlyle Ave.
Orthodox. Rabbi Isaac Ever.
B qTHk'S AE>- 7^ 40,h st- Orthodox
Rabbi Berel Wein. .p
B oT.Hu -AC9,B 30* Washington Ave
Orthodox. Rabbi Shmaryahu T Swir.
kv Cantor Maur.ce Mamches. 19
1 RAPMAEI- (TEMPLEI 1545
Jefferson Ave. Conservative. Rabbi
David Raab. Cantor Saul Breeh. 20
BETH SHOLOM* (TEMPLEI 4144
''" Av Liberal. Rabbi Leon
Kromsh. Assistant R,lbh, Jerrold
Levy. Cantor David Convuer 21
Prlday : ., ,,.. K...... ( .
r ,.' ',
II r r, ,.
World Jeivrj .- Mi
BriLHo F1LA,H 93" Euc,id *. Ortho-
dox. R.bb, Joseph F. Rackovsky. 22
C12B4ANW.E.hRE.W*"-ONGREGAT|ON.
Rahhi W,**hinB'n Ave. Orthodox
Rabbi Dow Rosencwaig. 23
EMANU-EL (TEMPLE) 1701 Wash
.ngton Ave. Conservat ve Rabbi
^Irving L.hrman c '- Rabb,
.c-! IMv..,,! ,;,,
Can,oeaMeyeRrabEbnaeT'b0r H' S"r-
FT. IAUDERDAIE
BETH ISRAEL iTEMPLE). 6*' E.
Oakland Park Blvd Rabbi Sheldon
Edwards. Cantor Maurice Neu
w 42
EMANU-EL. 3245 W. Oakland Blvd Reform Rabb, Rieha'rt M
Leviton. Cantor Jerome K
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HALUN0AII
HALLANDALE JEWISH CENTER.
126 N E. Fi-;r 44
HOUYW00D
BETH EL (TEMPLE). S. 14th Ave.
Reform Rabbi Samuel Jaffe *l
Kndm I p m 'A l(,-si" us, I
1 Hnllyi......I Th
1 mi Vi nib i- 1. .
In> II ., m Hal Mu/v.ili f
'( Mr .11..I Mm GIII11 rt Kapi
BETH SHALOM (TEMPLE). 17
Monroe St. Conservative. Rabbi
Morton Malavsky. Cantor Irv.ng
Gold. 41
SINAI (TEMPLE). 1201 Johnson St
Conservative. Rabbi David Shap-ro
Cantor Yehudah Heilbraun.
MJRAMAR
ISRAEL (TEMPLE) 6920 8-VV. S5th
St Conservative. Rabb, Eliior J.
Wmograd. Cantor Abraham Koster
P0MPAN0 BEACH
SHOLOM (TEMPLE). 1S2 SE 11th Av*.
Conservative. Rabbi Morris A. Sk-P
Cantor Michael Frederick *
SURFSIDI
MOGAN DAVID CONGREGA
"i Harding Ave., Surfside
Hall Orthodox. Rabb, Isaac D. Vmi
50
WMinicJ tJJrt+m T>,odra,
*** r" '" The Firs. Etate
'' Pi ems
J* "--- Lutho, c Pierce
^ Dr !.-;,.-:: H,:n,,l. Rabbi R
Feb. ?,_<,, :' Father Oliver Kerr
,,,;, ., rheJewh* Won,hlp H
" -in Labovltz
Peb s -' :' X'' ''''' Miami Beach.
St Sn '! Voii
,.'' N'',' N Upschltz. RobbJ Beth Torah
North Miami Beach.
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Paqo 11-A
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I Asm ti "i of Gre iter M ami hu
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*Jenist ntridian
Friday. February 6. 1970

Chaim Weizmann Branch
Luncheon March 1st
TV' Executive Officers of the,
Chajrn WVixaMnn Branch of Far-
*""*-' 7'~1 -ilf" .aiujpuncmi. ItaMt
they will hold a luncheon on
March 1st at the Algiers Hotel
on behalf of the 1970 Combined
Jewish Appeal-Israel Emergency
Fund campaign.
In making the announcement,
Moe Levin, president of the or-
ganization and chairman of the
Chaim Weizmann Branch CJA-
IEF Committee, reported that a
planning meeting was held where
more than $4,000 was raised on
behalf of the CJA-IEF campaign
a 40'; increase over what the
same contributor? pledged in 1969
The March 1st luncheon wil!
feature Lt. Col. Dan Michaeli of
the Israel Defense Forces: Dr.
Irving Lehrman, spiritual leader
^f Temple Emanu-El, and Arthur
S. Rosichan, executive director of
the Greater Miami Jewish Federa-
tion. A musical program ivill bo
presente I b> C intor Zvi A II 1
, ccompa" ''. it the piano by
uel Fershko.
Other members of the rhaim
Weizmann Branch. CJA-IEF Com-
Burstein. Sol
." I< r, Sandra Caller, Jacob Fish-
man. David Freed, Aaron Katz
and Samuel Samet, assoc
chairmen, and Mr. ami Mrs. Max'
Astor. Clara Burstein. Harry
Ch.iet, Aaa*,J?haet. Bose CoHen,
Mr. and Mrs. William Donn.
Bernard Furman. Charles Green-
hauf, Zvi H. Kalisky. Rose Kalz.
Sonia Katz. Lea Levin. Dr. and
Mrs. Robert B. Lew. Charles Luch-
ter. Rose Luchtcr, Anna Miller.
Dora Offenhenden. Mr. and Mrs,
Joseph Okun. Julius Rubinstein,
Anna Samet. Harry Sherman, Ben
Silver. Alick Silverstein. Noah
Softer, Dora Softer, Shoshannah
Spector, Joseph Stone and Anna
Stone.
Five Graduating From
Judea's Hebrew School
Hebrew School graduation will
be held during the worship services
at Te,"i"1" J"d''' *"":! v il S im..
with Rabbi Morris A. Kipper con-
ducting.
The gT 1u itM me C then
" 1 r ." Stuart Klein
Mitcht '. :'nd Daniel M ir-
cus, will be hon in .'. by the Temple
Junior Choir w ith 1 mu< c '
presc ntal n >l Canl ita. We
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Rita Shore. Narration f ih.> Can-
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a film of Israel at its benefit in
the Washington Federal's audito-
lium. 1234 Washington Ave., Mi-
ami Beach at 7:SB p.m. Saturday.
J. Goldberg is the club's president.
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SPOTLIGHT CJA-IEF
The P. Associa-
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,d to devote four 30
minute TV programs to the
Greater Mi rmi Jewish Fed-
eration's 1970 Combined
Jewish Appeal-Israel I n
gency Fund campaign, dur-
ing the month of February
The Rabbinical Association's
"Still Small Voice", on
WCKT-TV it 10 am. each
Sunday, will he devoted 1
the needs of the Greater
Miami Jewish community.
the needs of Israel, and ol
j,ws everywhere this month.
Panelist* on the first pro-
gl am, hosted by D:'. I
Lehrman, spiritual leader of
Temple Emanu-El will in-
clude Robert Russi II
man of the CTA-IEF :
v. Wi iss -
ent of 1 ':
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D:\ ision 1
College Chaplain To Speak
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Memori il C for th past I
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Rev. Cai ti graduated
Virginia Union University in
Virginia, and received his Bache-
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University in New Jersey. His
topic will be "Youth and the
School Situation Todaj 1
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|r,:jcv February
G. 1970
+Jenisti IhriUtr
Page 13-A
Cabinet Proposes
Amendment of Law
1
over the
,(-aiioeJ "<"" rase
V |^1 ; Shalit

Hun of a Jew con-
. sm .: the- Cabinet
t

I .-shin with
1-A)
m up* PPt j bortM-----rsr the same
POB
R ibbl
.... I
.! part-
equal
Continued trom PB **
. ,n i h Ip
! alM iv. been
,1 !
, ,; : tnsu-er hat come
. | Sixon himsi II In
then no doubt
:, president's praaent
.... though ill Presi-
. IV, ... p i itive of
. r^g their minds So
Why?' now a verj timely
stion.
incwer i<
p, to R.....iblican
,.,..,; House of Repre-
5 not quite so high
a, !t ...:.-. Th \ --- at the
Repul .. in N iti >i il Commlttet
u >uld have
. N | n ii Ho :- le ii^ to-
,v .. n '.', illaee 'i id not
the ballot in 1968. Again,
Gov. N crafty
rongres* tricting may
~v,. ns six Ji'l Ii-
tional scats Sew York
State.
y. t the nion signifi-
cant pail th.- in-wcr has
'"- sort of
Hie truth ts
hi lieves that
tide is now
Democratic
Partj \ rthei believe*
i tide to success
(70
till,' if
xtreme
ition thai
n ij Many
me inflation
the lecade of
Pri tident
. A Si
American

v. it i sources
by no nv ins
iti in recent
ii. w Hie

ising
tuae
the if what
li ig-crime
plex : .. Democrat
H : R in i
ntatiw has re-
isked ,i as an
I wouldn '
i ee
: ,t-o -
ther i turce,
':1..... u tj .if
- livery
. ssly i ilka
even
h hard
...

!
nod prob-
...
ill too many
ins with this
roblem it (he
N xon pi rceh i is truly
" fact, the Democratic
carrying the can tor
?* m the straeta and the
:'* in the schools, primm-
- XK-aus.- of the liberal r>>mo.
mmensely honorable civil
f',rt. Tcon1 Tnat is a f"-'"1
| to have to face, but nothing,
StAT" Bainod b*non-
lomo
party
agreed. Moahe Sneh Commu-
nist Party deputy-, called the
Cabinet action "a. blow to demo-
cracy." Supporters of the
Haolam Haaab fiction staged .i
minor demonstration in Tel Aviv
inhere the Cabinet met
It \\% learned that >I:i|miiii
Cabinet members rated against
the |)r.i)Mi-^'.l ;imen Moahe K! of llie lii Liberal, mid two Liberal Minis
(era oJ the Gahal hsetlan. Ar>e
Dalesln ii'd h^un-lt- h Rim.ill.
The Independent Liliem! e\reli-
tlve decided to vate amiin>t the
sneaanrc In Baeaaal it it i baaed
on the principle- appeared bj
the (iibinet.
M *he Shapiro. Interior
Minister mil Nation il Rel
Party le sder, used the occ isk>n
of a repjrt on the Cabinet action
to h i party's executive to
critici/e Israel's rabbinate. His
Complaint was aimed at instruc-
tions from Israel's Chief Rab-
binate isued before the Cabi-
net action to the int rl >r
Ministry to ignore the Supreme
Court ruling in registration
procedurea He declared with
bitterneaa. "Sometimes it seems
as if the Israeli rahhinate thinks
we live in a remote small town-
ship in Kurope of many years
ago We have problems and we
have state and the rabbis
should consult other people !-
fore making deolaiOM He add-
ed that he had asked the Israeli
rabbinate t > make conversion to
Judaism a mpler procedure and
not tO make so many difficulties
f those willing to convert to
Judaism,
in defending the Cabinet
Proposal, Minister Shapiro said
that onlv an "Ignoramus" r>ul argue that the Cabinet had
acted to overturn the Supreme
Court ruling. He declared that
the Supreme Court had held
only that the instructions of the
Interior Minlstery on registra-
tion of applicants, renjiiirini;
withholding of registreti
an applicant i~ a Jew II he or
she either had a non-Jewish
i other or had not been c invert-
ed to Judaism under Jewish
law. were not binding
in law
S. Dade Branch Of
Hebrew Academy
To Be Expanded
Expansion of the South Dad)
i hoe v. d. fi thn
si\ grades for the 1970-71 seho il
VPS* has beatl announced !> of-
, ficers of the branch of the Greate*
Miami HebreV fteWemt' t>-hieh
opened i-i Sentembpr. 1969 The
new div :s: m ol the Sout
Hebrew school has operated
the first tine,, primary grades In
eia< .t Temple Or Olom, S7.">"
S\V 16th St.
Rabbi Alexander S. Gross prin-
cipal of the i> irent ore mia it
o ol the S 'th Da le Hebrew i
Academy, punted out that the
expansion will make it the first
aplete Hebrew elen......irj
school in ar.v part of Dade Coun
ty oth.r than Miami Beach.
Gary Frank, presid.'nt of the
s .I, i D ,|e sch said
of the Jewish c immunity in Mi i
nii. Southwel Dade County. Wes'
chesti ;..' S '".'Ii Mi im. and
Cor il C ib'.i to the first ye ir's
operation made the expar h
necessary.
Miami Beach Mayor Jay Dermer purchases tickets for the
Youth AUyah Luncheon to be held by the Kadimah Group
of Hadassah in the Doral Beach Hotel next month from
Mrs. Betty Utley. (left) chairman of HMO; Mrs. Ruth Zimmer-
man, Youth Alivah chairman; Mrs. George Meisel, presi-
dent of Kadimah Group; Mrs. Sherman Fast, Chapter vice
president and Mrs. Mortimer Litt, fund-raising vice president.
Medicare, Medicaid Topic
Thi Men's Club of Temph
Adath Yeshurum, 1025 Ni. Mian-.
iai Ii ns 1 'i.. Not th Miami 1 i
will hold its regular monthly
breakfast meeting Sunda> at
10 a f*h topic ol discussion will
I- Health Care Programs under
the Social Security Act." A panel
hi Ralph i '' vice president of the hr inch, note*
that all rules and regulations '
fective on the m iln campus ol
the Greater Miami Hebrew Aca- "' phyatcians and adminiatrators
demv at 2400 Pine Tree Dr.. Mia-1 wUl on hand to present n-
ml Beach govern the branch's formation and answer questions in-
educational and religious ac-|volving Medicare arm Medicaid
tivitie-. i in Florida.
Max Nuhamovic treasurer, said
some of the features of the ex-
panding branch school include
maximum Individualized instruc-
tion, transportation facilties:
nutritious. hot lunches; all
teachers iccredited by the Florida
State Board ol Public Instruction:
modern physical plant.
\ B 'i l of Education now being
formed will include rabbis of the
communities served by the branch
and knowtedteabla laymen as well
In addition, a Board of Trustees
including representatives of Jew-
ish organizations synagogues and
individual business and civic
leaders is being organized, Rabb1
Gross announce I
Some 32 students are currentlj
enrolled in the first three grades
and requ -sta for registration tot
the 1970-71 school year Indicati
capacity enrollment in all six
grades, he stated
llhoilv Island Club Meets
'ili. Rhode Island Club of Gn at-
r Miami will hold it- re
onthl Mi' ;i!'.-' Sunday, at 7
ni.. in the auditorium of the
Washington Federal, 1234 Wash-
' Ave.. Miami Beach, in the
from of a Membership-Valentine
'"lala. witii entertainment, refresh-
runts prizes. Irving Cohn, presi-
dent, extends an invitation to ail
former residents of Rhode Island.
29tlt &^rnnual
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Pcge 14-A
fjenist Meridian
Friday, February 6, 197Q
Israel Newsletter
By CARL ALPERT
Lack Of Water
Menace to Security
Ufll.VT THK I'.S. State- Depart -
ment i.- unable to achieve by
political pressure it appears to be
i 'ckins >' bring about Indirectly
by obtaining an Administration
fj ^ veto of the bill providing funds for
building the much-discussed and
often-promised water desalination
plant, Both D i tic and Rc-
pu '..an administrations have approved the project
in me form or another. It now appears to have
bi en killed by the same influences responsible for
the Amct position where Israel is
eor.cei
Discussion of Israi resources and ex-
;ed dow n in the recitatiqn of
confuk ng statistics in astronomical figures mill
. ins of cubic mel f watci B il we ran
, zlin Hires and extract the st irk
n which there Is almost unanimous
i i nl:
I lions h'.ive fallei
us th past 4.0 0 ye i -
.: e th |1 P than any millt
in the
'.
Pi i I of Isra s wa1
know n and wi arc i Ire Ij utilizii
There just isn't anj non ible, an 1 in a yi
drou t, w reserves. Out
nu illy as a result of the In-
!.; p : ion I'xpansioi lustry and
By 198 t ion of
w et will exceed the sup ps presently known to
i Ob' sly must
Ik- tnticipated Ion.- before that time.
II i .. ossib I ec hat on use
ol : repairing i erj leaking tap and con-
ductii impaign for national consciousness re-
gard Certain industries or ci
requii lounts il v ater may have I
tii led in the event of national emergency.
Bu. les alone will nol solve the problem,
The possibility ol tu thi fl o Iw ate thai
roll down to the i each winl r has I.....n
Although it won I jjvo prop-
isitioi might stave off the day of reckonii
lew \ i s. The reclamation of sev nd v
water h ready been si irted on a small scale. Ex-
Is in recent years have shown that rain
clouds to tii op 1")' I more water by
seedii I n; thi Ministry of Agriculture has
th m II. I, this pr iject, and
ts arc continuing,
The only real solution, however, is the desalina-
tion ol gall or sea viater. While the proposed plant
would not hav< solved the problem forever, it had
been regarded as a |or milestone on the road to
meeting ,. universal need. Hence the significance o!
Ami :a's withdrawal from the proji
Silver On Sports
Jess Silver
I Irlciinan on World List
PEXXIS PLAYERS Tom Okker of Th Mel -and
Jui r II. Iman ol the United Si tes wot .Id mi 11 -
I rat kings I >t
thi ir pi j dui ng 1 0 the M abi ih
Game si \ turn,,; ,,.,,
%\on five tournaments.
Aftei winn i .. n the Mac Games
M > ;: i fl w i M scow an I capl ih USSR
Inten rtiich put her on the wo
list for -: time. H vv i '
Tennis, ranked the Sew Vork Cit; Lon-
.1 .n Dailj I. position. 1
m the Ital n I
); r firsi maj ir cl
- 'i thi Fed I ,nd W ghtn n C ip m I
She was th n i Ipl -nl

ment, She is the i yer ,,, ,
i. nnis at km -
Other members of the Heldman family have been in
the new recently also J Mrs. Gladys 1
man> was y-treasurer of the Lawn Ti
ins Writ.-is Assoc a;i n and donated a trophy and ST
prize money for the women' competition at the Phila-
delphia international Indoor open tournament. J
father, Julius Heldman. a former national junior and na-
tional senior tennis champion, underwent surgery to re-
pair an Achilles tendon he injured playing in a tourna-
ment in Puerto Rico. (Maybe Julie can win the prize
money put up by her mother to help pay for her fathers
operation!!
Between You and Me:
By BORIS SMOtAR
School For Communal Workers
1 ist year
[nstituti
a M'MBER nunal
" institutions in the United
! Canad i inc
federations, c tenters
and temples sent
staff last > ir to take a summer
.. m Jewish si lucted
.y the School ol Jew sh Communal
3 | .: ,. in Los An el< i si ibl
by the Hebrew Union Col
of r, ligion to h Ip meel the i
ne< ds ol the Amcric community
student bodj Includes social workers i I en
live positi ins in the n -
The two-month summer ses the S
ol lewi a'..non il Service are b
c up s ol th. Univc sit> ol S iuthi rn C
and the university i ; :' ''' : '
avails
Admission to the s
diti d c 'Meg" o unl\
ment in ite program of si
ree in soc elated fiel I
or employ.....Jewish
. or -- '
tuiti in, hooks, living and I
costs. It ludents recommendi d bj
ty agencies n i by their agi
Ahich ''" """' Jos '<> attend th,.
il for the purpose of pursuing graduati
.!, .. sh v. il work.
Upon satisfactory completion of 20 credits
i : ivcs from the school a Cwtificate in
Jewish Communal Studies, Upon completion
iits taken under a directed rest
the -tudent receiv. a Master of Arts a. -
n Jewish Communal Studies, confen
. th n brew l nion College.
. of the school is to d
landing ol the American Je
.. pmeni h social insl I
l imiliarity with c >nti
.. In the Unite i St iti
l i lopmental hist..:;, it,
li lot ittitude tow ii
, in lei -i inding of is.
Jew Ish lift', know .
lues culture, prac

BOOK RIVttW
By Seymour B. Liebman
The New Israeli Writers
Tin in:-.

irises
j)
by is u h il
critci II plied. S
i of subjects or the ?h
irisons be
bel we n thi | iroducts of An
tho ol the non-Ameri-
\ fic.il rary sty
count) j het e literary i> ml .: u
s unknow n rv where tradition ratl
than the .,v
Cai liti s nts be id : itely sod and
f I; p scntcd with tran
.i\u\ th. 1 if the ori|
Should Isr ieli literar;
"sui ,' ill : is?"
The New t-ra.ii Writers edited 1 D
38 \V. X'nl St., S.Y.C 100 is a
if short si s "of thi i ration. 11
what s
lifferenl luthor, the
editor being oro them. Ol en, eighl are ove
40 > ... i! 68 S i m are over 45 Five were
in Poland oi Russia, four are kibbutzniks, four
n the Hebrew V one from Tel Aviv U
I m [SI i. I: prizes Or awards.
tin '..lion- are p i n The English is
either artificial, awkward or devoid ol literary i|
>r back) and ..' \ si
' ten of th. with morbidity or un-
liness oi evidence ol man's inhumanity to :va;\. In
Israi even com ides in art
ncii sant nor inspirii
uithors. wi :!- or is 1 i :
witl lov and Aharon M I
s m with the
Israel rt, i tur must be jud I by
to detect any embryonic W i
Sherwood And Gin oV Maupassant, A i
r even I Mai imud In the bo >k It
1 il me i m foi the publication of
the I t I attract tii" Americai
thai from Israi
less of q who w iuld like to
i v le that none ol the a I
ting They are old I
shi I n Isr i i o\ er a pel "*
O'her than I t ol military per* i
stot ies could i
and would be tl
Judaism as a relig i
times "I there Is I
ihcj i in the book
If fictioi esentation or a reflect >i
ited by the
ted by Miss Ka iko\itz is that Israelis are like most
i i' pit mly that lift in for I i
1948 ,- noth : .. nts prior to 1 '
:..:. yon i Israi I
JCWS l|lla
VIEW FROM ROMfc
By: Julio Dresner
Italy Plavs Moderating Hole
..; thi Mid I nflici
ties has
te it. 1st iel
s and distrust
Th Arab states hold tl
fi lnpj
i Is- lector. '
|
' Israeli
unea t what I
perfidy
ilio w Britaii
have restored th ir
the ,
but they ha\^ comi I Israel I
SO d ini;.
Italy the n,. power which has maintained
eons,stenl > hiendly relation, w.th both the x
nd Israelis has managed to do so without' c,,,
Promising or muting its sp,x,rt for Israel'* objtv.
thi* k.1; ;Ujn,!mi,;"lw tor the Jewish State. Italv -
thou,hul d.plomacy has been directed main.v a,
the three so-called Maghreb states------Morocco.


once i instituted French
f course, Ai ids lupportii
cl,
t virulent of 1
vociferous
P.es Bourguiba
ih en th it they h II "
li Israel These thr c aintrie;.
: M
.....si
which hav< en
heir own d |c ibl)
th it, with qui> i co li i
ui x. rting a mole, iting
.ol itile Arab regimes On
' mull meeting In R
II ily Foreign Minister. AMo
' i d note to the Moroccan Govam-
expressing thi hope that the meeting would
contribute toward a peaceful, just solution of the
Mideast crisis.
It i in Israel's interest to strengthen its
J-' lations with Italy for Italy is its only friend that
U also a friend of the Arabs. Such bridges'
cannot be neglected.


Fri February 6, 1970
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IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No 70-34
In RE B*tati> of
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NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To am Creditor* and \.l !' Hal
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Y.u ..r.- hereby nol n i|u i
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ih. null Of JACK OORIK IN,
iini.v known .>- JACOU llORDON. !-
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to Ho Cunt) Judae* of I'.nie Conuly,
and file the s.m.- In dutill.ate and .-
iti.miIi \ 1.. B I*. Florida
Ktaiu'ei. in their offh In In*
County CoorthouM In Dade Coun-
ty, Klorida, within *l* i all i dar month*
froin the time of the firat puhllrallon
Ki or lh. name will be barrad
Dated at Miami, Florida, tin* 7th
day of Junu.i n \ 11 I97fl
PTlRISS i;UI:l'"N Ki, urn
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Ho ItUi daj ..( .1 muar), 1970.
MAIHI.I. !niAI'lltl>
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NOTICE UNDER
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IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY.
No. 70 15M
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
LLOYD ALBXA.VDBR CHI SO
plaintiff,
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IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 86167 {Judge Biantoni
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NOTICE TO CREDITORS
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IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 70 319
JOHN H BLANTON
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IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PrOBATE
No 7C-57
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NOTICE OF ACTION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCU II
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY CIVIL ACTION
No. 70-690
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
MARILYN I' SIIR nek.
Plaintiff,
DAVID II SHRYOCIC,
Defendant.
TO DAVID I! SHRVl K
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-flewiflil Floridian
-j Florid' Friday, February 6. 1970
Section B
ADL Reports Soviet Jews
Developing Defiant Mood
SftVYORK JTA' Political
.... ,.. i three
lev .-. lasl year
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Ili.it it was tlw Arab and RuS-
iail common duty ". to un-
mask and >itst from our ranks
the double-faced accompl.....s of
imperialism and reaction," an
obvious reference to Zionists
M tunting protest" iround I
woi Id i" Russ i'- h indl
its Jew* forced the government
to i- ue lengthly booklets an I
maki ifftcial denials of anti-
Semitism, Mr Forster said, and
althou.'.h the majority of S
Jew j lives in passive ir there
i> trowing defiance u
young Jews m ho bi Iraw n to
quasi revolutionar) activity.
Many, he pointed out, were
am mg th So\ et intclle<.....I
it led ,n I sei teni >d durii
,.-. rides til
ii\ iii. to presei \c their Jew ish.
in--- : |
t i ich i^'' H
Still others such is th
n ... 18, h ive ildlj pre-
sent! >l theli problem t i the i -
. | ... i .'. tters to
. o 'ia and the
l*nit< 1 N itioi
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iwo Killed, One Injured In
Explosion Near Tel Aviv
TEL AVIV IJTAi An ex-
>n i ked o militai y in-
dusti; il plant north ol Tel Avh
Siimi. > night killing two w irk
....... ; |
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s hw irl -I Via I. both
ed 50 both mai
the fal f two
The bl;i
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was i not dis-
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A numbci ol pi iminent n
ill |> ii i cipal
... r the direct ion ol i
e Shm el Fershk i Am mg I
; irPcip.'-it- will be Margaret
',., .,,,,. i member ol the
ireatei Mi imi Opei im
i i; -i i incert cellist and
the F Zi m i Club
M be' I" i-1> ind I
Zionist C-IA-IEF Committee i
". ird Gin i i I J
Hymen Eisenbuum
h noiai i chairmen; I >avkl I
nan, Sol Rosenberg, Oscar
Shapiro, Dr Nathaniel Soroff
Dr Simon WHensky, honorarj
\ Ice chairmen I Jella (Sot tlieb n
Sendei Wolsi i lecetai le* Hai
V i ei.....din secret irj
Israel 1 I Filostf S imuel
| .mi Joseph P Zuckerm i i
mbe of the President's
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St i m | Forci
h Fi edberg i lertrude K ii
tor, | h Reminicl Leon Rett i:
3 il R i nbei.. and M at Rothman
Rose Abels, Leon A-.,: il -
R bier, I essi BI Im in R
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F( Idstein Fisch, Al
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Mavi Ool 1st n M i
r. E Ij Malin Jullu N '
p Nashkln, Sam Nashkin
loin. Mori
Viet Ro Harr> Sa h
Joshua Z SI i li.m. Sim in Ti i
\v rshau R i?
Weisberg and Je me Yesm
in the board of din ton
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\estig it.' the blast wl
il. -.i : :! d as A
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h ip "
Me inv another \
id- Kilal : ii \
tult of his i
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Create 'Beil Din.*
Chief Rabbi \sks
Jl RfS LEM JTAi Is-
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the h in llin of r >m
N'issim s stati
v i. ihe first oublie respons
fi om t''i- rabbinate to lasl
Ii ,.ii in in-
,s lo pee I iii> the
which pi
entl) t ikes about I rears
Re hi m s dd tli pro-
I 1- :>iii .1 w mid
valuable experienci and h
the pi nsid I \
Inr proDOsal in- made two yea -
, m i- rejected by the S
m, rne R ibbinical > "ouncll n
K because ol opposition
ih.- \shkenazic rabbis The
named a minis!
committee consisting of M
t... ,,- Justice v.. ii >\ Shimshon
| i..!!-.: P Hi' an I
th" Minist f Intcri
M ishi Sh
and 7. Warhaftig, bol
it-,- n ti "i il Reli rious P '
discu the m itter of on
sions with the Ch I Ral
Rabbi Schlinsky To Speak
p ibl i Milton Schlinsks spii
H al lead I Ti mpk Adal i ^
ghur i N-rth Mian I Beach w II
on Wliitr Power Blai k
powei People Power" al the
,,,,.,, ; ih Shon l '
B'rlth, which will be
held ii the W f
7Si st-. I in ,l Normand) 11
al i pin Monday Feb 16
Schlinsky Is a member
ti :in !'. lations Committee.
thv first time
on salt' our exclusive
impelin/ I uiuhnii spurt euuts
4299
Reg. S65-S85. Tailored exclusively and exact
for us in Dacron" polyester/woo! or all wool
worsted. Patterns or solid color? in blues g
grev.*, whiskey, brown. Reg., short, long
jiO'e foi inen a' all 8 Bu'ii


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Friday, February 6, I97Q
Woman's Division Schedule?
Initial Gifts Celebrity Day
Officers Object To
\7V. Bank Source
TEL AVIV IJTA El VI,
Israel's n iti mal :
- k a loan th C -
The l*ral Hotel "on tl>* Ocean" ** Arthur <:iii.,rt. Mr- jtoR ManlmtM Baft
,....,, Qllbert. Mm A. 1- Qlloirraa.il, Jh- ,mt,-;u)d'' of tho jsi 1 1
will be the scene Feb. 25 ol the ijeonw noidber*. Mr- !...,> i-. OY>kt- .,..,, ,,,,. .
Initial Gifts Celebris Da\ to be ". Mm Burton a Oddmein, Mm < Force .m.l >r\.i .1 m 1
mm. 1 v..1 s < i, .1111 1 ,i> o &, rf tloldXIein.Mr* Sol Ool.Wln. [ts board of dirrcton arc "-
held on behall ol the Greater Milw |.:.,i,,, ooodmnn. Ml** Lillian ,,.,. ., .,,,, .,,.,..
Miami Jewish Federations 1970 .....""an. Mm Milton omm. Mr, posed A.-...1.1.1- to tne news
Urn-iK per Ywliol Ahronot, when the
itter came up al :. rec 1
Combined Jewish Appeal and Is-
rael Emergency Fund campaign ai*. Mr*. Trudy Ham*rwhla*T. Jin matter came up at a recei
,,j ,., ,. ... Murxhall 8. Harris, Mm Panirl n board meetine. ih" Air Force
under the sponsorship ol the Wo- ,..,.. MrK Uuram Honwn, Mr>. K;....i t, r\ia*o
men's Division of the Greater Mia- Ban m. ,-.-... Mm. Morton Hill, sin-, commander objected to u
Vorman <' Hill, Mra Irving K
" w.....' "............. \|r> i ,.,, Kaplan, Mrs. Sherman
Kaplan, \h >. Howard Kat* i Mr*
Mrs. Morton Sill* s chair- \:..\ Kern, Mra: Ralph Ki/l-Vv Mi-
", "f,""- ] "'' &r.tt^K M,
Phvllw Kirk, television und motion i:..i m Krinxman, Mm rToreitfi
picture personality, will make :i "<' ; Hoi-man i: [****
' Mr- in im l.i'hrman, Mr* Hurl
special (rue.sl appearance. Mrs, ., .,.. aiImi-i p levin, Mr*
Marvin C, Goldstein ol Atlanta, ""',v '*> Mr* Mriia>d I) lvj ..,,.,1 kv B number
... .. ., ,, Mr* Patricia IJebwklnd, Mra Morrl* ., .
Mrs. Leonard Strelil Norfolk, v .., .,, Michael Mnak; Mr* members, imt nol by the
ttan bee us '-
Pro Id R .:.-:. -r w -
;i jroun of Am 'ric in oil men
and industi ial -i- wrHn -
influence Presidenl Richard M
Nixon lopt b pr i Ar i i si ind
in ih- Middle Easl He w :-
Va., and Mrs. Maurice Fantus of Jo**ph m i ipton, Mr*. s.,nui.i i...
Chicago J vish communal leaders ^.;nu'h:^'^, ,: lMi' Mr" "",""
in their respective cities, ill par-
tioipatc in the program. Mrs. Sil- Alao. Mr, Morton Marcu,. Mr* A
, ,, llt-ri.. n .Maili.s, Mrs, Anna Rrcnnrr
berman reported thai women at- Meyers, Mm Loner Miahcon, Mm.
tending the luncheon are expected l-arrj Mixrach. Mrs. a. ,i Mniaxky,
to make a minimum contribution x.',','-..'"'m-.-' a^lTNkttapsonfMm
it $150 to the CJA-IEF campaign, i: NVtmM, Mr- Kr. Rdw IV oppfnh' .m. Mrs Harry
Campaign chairmen for the Wo- !?.r,'al"1- J&E. "L^ffl 1Pnl,'>V. K
, ,, Norton Fall.it. Mm. Michael Pascal. .
men s Division include: Mrs. Jack Mrs n.ivW Ponrc. jtrs. i.aonard
Katzman, general campaign chair- !;"v',"-Mr- Jra r..Mhr,cid. Mr- tmnaki- tho
,, ,, .. Kuhin. Mr. Oidn Kuhln. Mi- .,..
man. former Minister of Trans-
port Moshr Carmi I, wh i >' the
question had to be disc iss 1
with the Finance Minister and
Minister of For. gn Affairs, the
new -;> iper reported.
Breakfast-Book Review
Final breakfast-book review in
series sponsored by Temple
man: Mrs. LawTPIlOe Heyman, Flirnnrd SKndrxw, m
Benefactor's chairman.
How.tril
Israel Sisterhooti at the temple
sliapir... Mr- Meyer Bherman
Ala >,r'- .' Alii .-
modern implications." The hook to
M be r \. -wed is "The Fn i h
by J hn
Mrs s.-harlin. Mrs. OeraM Bchwarts, Mr- will be piwn hv Dr. Joseph K
- s co- ^i;';;;;;,, %*%% gs "SX Na^', +** ***?''" "' '"''
chairman: Mm Morton Hill. Henry Beititn, Mr. Da^d ?emaker, IMeaoay. Descrtbed by critics as
Patron's chairman: Mrs. ^,.":..:... "','...' XZ2-.?!"-.. ,:"'"r' a "romantic Victo ian novel with
Morris Burk. Patron's co-
chairman; Mrs. Herbert Login,
Mrs Edward Galler Mrs. Joseph Mor' sin-ermar Mrs |jut> silver- Lieutenant's Woman." by John
H. stein. Westview rVomens Pay SS;.-''"v,,s"J,^ T'.< -Ur: K Fowles. Resen tl nsn ij b
chairmen: Mra Morton Silbennan. M m Hai i .- >. .t the ti Mrs CTnrles
Initial Gifts chairman: Mrs. Aaron! 1,^ T'Mv. "n~ >-v" 'v Ruffner is I Mrs
Farr and Mrs. David Serns, Miami > > s. Mra fy. Mr. leron Rado is Sisti hood -
Beach Intlal Gifts men: Mrs *; A,.^%. ,
Marshall S. Harris, South Dade suwrnnn -- pi
Initi Gifts hairman: Mrs. Ir
Rothfield and Mr-. Mike A. Sum- Mori
berg, North Dade l- I ; Gift* "' 2 '';
chairmen: Mrs. SMinej M Rarl tvi Mrs
,i Mrs Myron J. >!" ''' v- f>
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paign
Wen-1' ger nd Mrs W i_i_____ ,
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Leeture Series Topic
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Richard Bri. km i, Mi H iro I ,. _
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Dr. Irving Lehrman ot Temple Emanu-El (center) is shown
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in appreciation cf two years as chairman of the Ten-.
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Fr.ce 4-B
Aral) Leader Is Granted
An Israeli Identity Card
.iKKl S VI : M On< o P
st stop I
Huss I- VI imi a as given
ssion res

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s strong
v opp sod to 1 Arab
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for Israel to *
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El-Al rsonal
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Ministry spok
Nehemiah Mark Lectures
| Thi
i gen
ng Wednesduj 9 p.m. in the
... r ol ttif Ch-we
Federal at 125 Arthur G idfrey
I i;.' which i- in
I n 'hemiah
| ,m st and wood sculptor.
-;l. | rid dis y hia >iblical
works if
fJtnisMcridrtor
Friday. February E
\'-\
A fund-raising event held by residents of
Terrace Towers on behalf of the 1970 Com-
bined Jewish Appeal Isiael Emergency
Fund campaign produced a 160o increase
in giving over 1969 contributions, it has been
announced. Lett to right are William
Aaranove, honora.y chairman; Hy Kalus,
Israeli stage director who was the guest
speaker; Max Mansfield, chairman, and
M:s. Max Mansfield.


-Jewish Floridlian
dp lA'ontan s KAJorld
n ,. ^>. i r-, Coostal Towers Club Plans
I reparations ( .Olll | llHcfl \ Or Night In Israel' Monday
Activities planned by members
.ii the Coastal Tow< is Social ('In'.
Farband-Pioneer \\\ ent
mnual Labor Zionist Farband ond
roil behalf cf Israel Bond"; to take
: nt the Fontoinebleau Hotel have bsen
Zuckerman, who serves with Moe
oi the Labor Zionist-Farband; Dr. Lecn
hairman; lack FUeoi who will be
of and Mrs. Huriet Green, rhnnman
IZamora Sisterhood Presents Musicale
I will
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Miss S> t v.
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hriays <
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n, has i" >> th<"
progi in Mrs Ik..
, i i in-
- tlns ol Mrs Ann ildbi 1 b Mrs
n Gohl> in.I Mrs Jerome
I iebei man Membei "f the
1 Men ("lull >v ill also p ir-
le in the occedings
Fight For Sight Games Party
The Rhod 1 M Lcvmr Cti
: K hi f S I-' igue ol
,..: Miami will me I Tui
nooi it Fontaii iu Hot
1 1 p
Pn paratiom h.i\ 1* en
; 1I1 I foi 1!) annual 1.
jlfc-Farband and Pionei W
1 u Dim if Stat 1
of [si id Bonds, 1 c > 1 ;
Sin d ly night, .it the Font line-
bleau Hotel, il was announced bj
the chairmen of the event !
II.111 let 1 ireen, chaii m in ol Plo
neei Women, and Moe Levin and
. i .1 Zuckerman, c u
l Abor Zionlst-Fai b ind. Dr L on
Kronbth. spiritual leadei ofT
Sholom ar.d nation il vice
: tiii' !>> icl Bond I H
I i lion i linnei
man
\ It .- pn
for ih ent, v lib more lhan
~ exp..... |. A
i ion hoi irii I hi .: 1 sin
S'avoi i*l he held it
tO till'
1. n 1 ,
six-Hay Wat Viilita
\ .. 1 t t hi 1 1 n
" md Mrs
, I- isol v> II le hoi
Dr. Fogler Gives Book Review
v of the book "J
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J< w ish VV 11 Vet \ x
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Mrs. William
in is chaii mai
,s VIrs Benjamin Rochwarg. Mrs
I. \ rnu Co i| 1 man 1- 1 !i. .1 ixiliary's
I ind [hi lei Komi..
I h' : .11 Riinounc 1
rujl program of outstanding
entertainment has been ai 1 ai
i.' the entertainment portion
ol the evening will be Emil C then,
noted American Jewish folk
umorisl A'so in the program will
be the famed Shalom Group.
Reservations for the dinner maj
be made through a member >:
the Hii~t Committee or hi thn
Israel Bond office, 420 Lincoln
Road Mall.
during February Include .1 "Nl
in Israel at 8 p.m. Monday, with
humorous stoi i. s presenti i bj
1 -in1 Cohen, who has recently re-
1 ,111 111 Isrs
band will featured at
the club \ a ten tine Dance Satui
lay, Feb. 11, ;it 8 p.m The group
l-.i also scheduled a visit to Hia-
I ah Race Track on Feb. IT. an
evening at the ballet Feb. 21 when
tin Nev. York City Ballet per-
forms in the Miami Beach Audi-
torium, and 1 gam a night h
PI sill, III.
XerLcrt SlucL, JH.'Jb.
ttMHff#1 CCS till' oiH'illiiil 0/
lii- office for
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at
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"ICE GET THE *m f.
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sues iu
WHILE THEY
LAST!
ROYAL CHEF CUTLERY
STEAK KNIVES
YOURS FREE
WITH EVERY
LUBRICATION
OIL AND
FILTfci.
CHANGE
Harry Cohen
slept here.
Cod bless Harry. He sleeps over, turns
over, rolls over and kicks up the sheets
until they have thai real lived-in look.
And lie has the nerve to expert (lean.
fresh linens everyday.
It's a good thing Marks launders sheets,
pillowcases, towels and pajamas with
one day service at no extra charge.
So you can put up with Harry. Or jusl
put him up for the night. Without losing
any sleep over it.
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PS. We love vou.


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Friday, February 6,

Sisterhood Sponsor
Of Daytona Beach
Benefit Art Auction
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Reservations 1
i Mrs. M -
Or. Friday, Biscayne Chcpter of the American Medical
Ce.-.:er members wiil be located throughout the county day-
ana night collecting funds to heip the American Medical
Center at Denver, a national hospital for cancer treatment
and research. Tag Day Chairmen are Mrs. Morton Laufer.
ier Mis. Joe Dom, end Mrs. Phillip Levin.
Sherry HovhjeUens
Engagement Announced

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1970
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Herbert Dnvis In April
1515 W -i Ave
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\; h Senior H
Cnivorsit) i>l
I and is now enrolled al
I laytona Junloi I 'olU .
rh. wedd ng is being planned
tor April ____________
Local Deborah Chapter
Holds Heart Luncheon
lb. annual H ive A Heart Tb
< \ 11. art" luncheon of the
i; ., Miam Chai ler ol Debo-
h Hospital, will be held al n i
y | the Mediterranean
,. d i' Beach HoU 1.
ihulassali Chapter
Sends Telegrams,
Letters To Rogers
1 nler* thro bout th na
ik< to i- i ve th< n <;ill to
Hi. Jews .if An rk lo i
thi U S stand rn the Mid
. .
i nd letters tn Secretary ol
State V
.(. ni Nixon to
ili. National I nergu
Peace in tl
I l he : .1 .ii is.
IXWi !l \\ i-' .
ili ill "i tin Mia ter of Ha-
dassah annonnci lhal 1,151
ami 1.150 1. tins u, re sent
in WashinRti n by meml
t 'hapt i SI i announced thai
Feb. '.i is the 25th Yahrieil ol
Henrietta S/old, who founded Ha-
dassah in 1912
Avtva Group is i
ind .ii .ii B" ili Itaxid
South, 7500 SW 120th SI Monday
.it lii ,i n
lay Rechtschatier. left, president cf the Jewish Home
for the Aged's Junior Auxiliary, met with honorary president
Mrs. Gccrge Israel and vice president Mrs. Nat H. Lev^
in Mrs. Israel's home to plan the Auxiliary's annual lunch
ecn. to be held in the Grand Ballroom of the Americar
Heel at noon Feb. 17. Mrs. Israel is serving as luncheon
chairman; Mrs. Levy, as entertainment chairman, has
aiunged for Lee Sohn and his orchestra to provide music
for the event. Miss Rena Stein and Mrs. Herman Abramo
witz are ticket chairmen.
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"With Til. se ('hildn n .i stoi \
oi Youth Aliyah today, will I
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nR ol Ihi Mt. Scopus Group
i Il T mpli /.i:i...... I I '.'. i
Him a Avi C .i !abl< -
Beth Sholoni Art Exhibit
The collage s b> R -rl M
Swi li'- pre\ iewc I Sunda> I i
lion in the Lowe-
hi Art (lallcrj Temple
Beth S'tulo '. n ill h on d

lo ,i m lo 5 p.m la '..
In iugh Ki b 22, iceord
nnnouncemi nt ms j Mrs
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'Psychology Of Love' Topic
Alice Wayne, the well-known
author ol "Love Anyone" w ill
ik on "The Psychology "f
ove" ii ilii Fi Ida) noon, Feb. 13
no ting in th Louis Philippe
ol the Fontainebleau Hotel
Mrs Mclvin Cutler, program \
sidt nl of the Women Can >i
l c igui ni Miami Beach, has ,,n-
niiinii c I. Rosen at ions must
lc in advance i>\ calling Mrs
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i- the Women's Cancer Leai te
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Th.' Mai itoi ium North '
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Friday, February 6,
National Beauty Salon Week
Salutes Women's Beaut
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Tu help him pop thai all-im-
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view. ] ? ai
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i : bead lik
that
i-h. aii lot
Th- r.- \. st; Ii 5 : previ
l fore s< vci al thousand bail
si is from .ill states 'ing in
Hartford, Conn., in advance of
their oublic presentation. They will
be shown at lui-al fashion shows
throughout the country, February
8-1-1. during the 20th annual ob-
s. rvance of National Beaut)
Week.
Happj Trend < ontinued
All "i the st) '' n at thi

almost ss
tural flow of waves and curls that
mtinue th,- happy trend of clow
my tx tu.-i n clothing and
hair fashions
The wav s were not definite.
re of a hint of wav<
eely ami fluidly, while the light
. ..!/ I < : -- d all
- and shapi s, eittn r
- I, oped it b ; '
- : jled
I to fal >ns
Ft .. cithci front ir the
- -.. thi
-.lil-: rig
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the ami
to modi
.. is sed
Hai I I
sed freq
ishmi in i y a
-
; i,i Is imlrust \\,||i \\:l\ -.
I lair around -
d .1! soft -r. cs is frequ
:s it was Iress
inations ol ti ndi ils or loosi
curls. Mi st effi ctive and ni w sl
>-.as the use of smoothly waved
anas contrasted 'i\ touches ol
oi licate curls. Both open ami
closed foreheads were included,
.- answer to individual preference
and need.
Hair length tor Sprint; is no
hang-up, since ;'. too, depends
upon individual needs. Hut usually
will in i athi i short, so that
s let i- varii d al youi
wn wish with added hair ,
It is I al thi nape
from one inch to three in
.ii pending upon t:'.< li ngth
wanl for your squigglj t< minis
S; |i laried from thn to threi
and a half Inches and crown hail
was approximati I) fivi to si\
inch* s.
Hairruttini Most Important
Fai more important than hair
.- th bain ttting which
- expertly, so t ".at ii
-..ill let your h

t. Another hii
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ssary I
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thai
. itut
shades
pearl)
s wi vie with t
is wi
hi i.u -.- '
ii!-l all will
ination of <. \. ral tones
bli nili-ii togi ther for a total effect,
In make-up, Jie natural lk
has really come into its own. but
it's a suit look. Fac<- powders arc
Itansparcnt, and eyes an- soft.
ii by redder lips that glow
with irresistible shimmer. The
s> tti r eye calls for a softer ami
ai ll-shaped brow line This sofl
- a w ide-open look fi r an)
1970,
20 th ANNUAL
National
: BEAUTY
g| SALON
K%>J Week
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DORITA
BEAUTY SALON
337 LINCOLN RD.
(ARCADE)
1 MIAMI BEACH 538-4282
DORITA
F0RMERLY0F LADIES HAIR CUTTING SALON
AT 1595 WASHINGTON AVE., IS PROUD TO
ANNOUNCE THE OPENING OF HER OWN SALON
UNDER THE NAME. ..
DORITA BEAUTY SALON
ACE BEAUTY SALON
1710 Aiton Rd., Miami Bscch 534-1469
Miss Flcra
ANGIE'S BEAUTY SALON
497 N.E. 167th St., N. Miami Beach 947-1012
Miss Lampert
ARTISTICALLY YOURS
1558 N.E. 165th S\ N. Miami 3each 949-3221
BAND BOX BEAUTY SALON, INC.
1273 Coral Way, Micmi 373-0520
BEAUTY LOUNGE HAIR STYLISTS
9488 Harding Ave., Surfside 865-9342
BERTY BEAUTY SALON
8936 Bird Rd.. Miami 221-3431
BLANCHE'S BEAUTY SALON
1523 Washington Ave., Miami Beach -538-3402
CAPRI'S BEAUTY SALON
18 S.E. 1st St., Miami 377-3188
CHIC COIFFEURS
9346 Miller Rd., Miami 271-9552
CLIFF'S BEAUTY SALON
1688 S.W. 22nd St.. Miami 443-5788
COURTESY SALON
12504 N.E. 6th Ave., N. Miami 759-5413
CRUZ'S HAIR STYLISTS
7120 Biscayne Blvd., Miami 751-2221
D'ANGELO'S BEAUTY SALON
1252 Lincoln Rd., Miami Beach IE 8-0755
RAPHAEL DE PARIS BEAUTY SALON
7418 Collins Ave., Miami Beach 865-2669
Dl FRANCO BEAUTY SALON
5601 Collins 861-1501
314-41 St.. Miami Beach 531-5253
DINA'S BEAUTY PARLOR
820 Alton Rd., Miami Beach 538-5655
DRAGON LADY BEAUTY SALON
1851 N.E. 163 St., N. Miami 949-4513
DREXEL BEAUTY SALON
14o7 Diexel Avenue. Miami Beach 531-7561
EVELYN'S BEAUTY SALON
179S0 S.V.". 97th Ave., Miami 235-3827
GEYSHA'S BEAUTY SALON
520 S.W. 109 Ave., Miami 223-4777
GRANDE'S COIFFURES, INC.
11743 S. Dixie Hwy Sunnyland, Fla. 235-7847
KA-DEE BEAUTY SALON
1231 Lincoln Rd., Miami Beach 531-9234
LAMP'S SALON DE BEAUTY
2053 Biscayne Blvd., Miami 373-9163
LES COIFFURES
509 Arthur Godfrey Rd Miami Beach
531-0592
MARTHA'S BEAUTY SALON
1327 S.W. 8th St.. Miami 373-1940
MIAMI BEAUTY SALON
4714 W. Flagler St., Miami
MR. CHARLES HAIRSTYUNG
236 Valencia Ave., Coral Gables 445-9669
MR. ROBERTS BEAUTY SALON
7291 Red Rd., Miami 667-7282
O'MY-S-CRIMPING PARLOR
759462Y5eSt Dr" N- Bay Vi"aqe' Miami Beach
ORCHARD VILLA BEAUTY SALON
1200 N.W. 58th Terrace, Miami 751-9124
PEGGY'S BEAUTY SALON INC.
1637 Washington Ave.. Miami Beach -538-1665
REE'S BEAUTY SALON
5993 S.W. 8th St.. Miami 667-4761
RENOIR BEAUTY SALON. INC.
3G9 Westw mi Sprinq
ROW'S BEAUTY SALON
20162 W. D.xie 1'. Miami
RUTH'S BEAUTY SALON
1193 71sl Sttoet, Miami Bt i
SALON DE COIFFEUR
6113 S.W. 8th St., Miami 665-5395
SERGIO'S BAYSH0RE BEAUTY SALON
836 S. Miami Ave.. M.ami 379-9655
SUNSET COIFFURES
7007 S.W. 87th Ave.. Miami 271-552:
TALK OF NORTH MIAMI BEACH
Coiffures & Complete Wiq Service
16940 N.E. 19th Avenue, N. Miam: Bea:
Ed Wilier, Prop. 945-8121. 947-1911
TIGRESS LURE BEAUTY SALON
9778 S.W. 8th St.. Miami 226-3712
TOWN & COUNTRY HAIR STYLIST
4861 W. 4th Ave., Hialeah 821-3640
TRACY HAIR STYLIST
6269 S.W. 8th St.. Micmi 661-3386
TRUDY'S BEAUTY SALON
12587 N.W. 7th Ave., N. Miami 681-071:
VIRGINIA'S BEAUTY SALON
605 N.E. 127th St.. N. Miami 754-7733
THE WAVETTE BEAUTY SALON
1133 S.W. 27th Ave.. Miami 643-2526
THE WIG STYLING SHOP
4623 Ponce de Leon Blvd., Coral Gable*
6665477
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16051 Collins Avp. (Room 191 Windward Motel
Miami Beach 33160 947-5013


L F 1970
Met fe'
+Jmist>nurkMaun
Pnao V
rHESl 1G RY COIFFURE, combining imooth wavi ;^ one of the
Quest gned for the Commit! Nation il
tociation to | National Beauty A/eek,
I the head, v w I I traced from the top of th9 crov
I to the tendrils at the nap?. Fo: more conti
: upon individual taste and pn
bcsic req-.nrpments for I lure I
W.B. Chapter Of
Hadassah Groups
Meel This Week
it or of H
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Ti>nn-. <..... 111 Mon-
ths aii i ii turn
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fo ved
in V mill
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It-i\ II tIi (iroup'n
I Moro
II n the 1 iral
i Mi !'- lie Gitlow
Tlsis n Israel ind
thi 5tato. Mrs Ellis Km-
ip's | : nl
Roj al M ii
i 'in!--, Group, I its first
nv Monda> at 7 in
the rd Room ol
r. Vtlai lie Apts Mrs Sher-
IhP RUeSt speak
M Morris Triffki man the
pi lent
-iiiimiii liroup'a next mooting
In tho Algiers Hotel
\v. Iiu-sdu) with v I -
Mentz
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OUT To Hear Detective
Noit W imen's i >R '
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HUH WIUS
Naturally Wavy
AH Colors Intiudir.g Platinum
,OOC WIGS TO BE SOLD AT
*>- i:\rn
* BEAUTY SALON
17,0 Alton RMd. Miami Beoch
phone 534-1469
opiKiHG SALE!
SPECIAL FOR LIMITED TIME ONLY
//VfPN \TlCNAL-
WIG LET
50% OFF
FREE
V.I61ET USE
AIRLINE CARRY-ON
100S HUMAN HAIR
7455 Collins Avtnwt
heptrt fgihlei Il*| M MM*
Rabbi Solomon Schifi, (left) director of the Greater Miami
ih Federation's Community Chaplaincy Service and
executive vice president of the Rabbinical Association of
Greets Miami, who was the guest speaker at a recent
CJA-IEF breakfast at Island Ternce Apartments, is shown
wi'h Dr. E-rl Heron, chairman of the building's CJA-1LT
e, who leporled a 125".. increase in contributions
v : 1969, o id Mis. Herron.
CLOSING SALE STILL IN PROGRESS
EVERYTHING MUST CO!!
TAKE ADVANTAGE OF DISCOUNTS
ON ALL MERCHANDISE IN STOCK
SAVE up to
50 ^ and more
WIGS^.Srr-r...rom9"
FALLS.........from 10"
WIGLETS........from 1"
ibbie's
t& 'n Things
ANO MANY OTH IHMS
OPEN 11:30 A.M. to 6 P.M. DURING SALE
COME UPSTAIRS
12165 Wst Dm* Mwy. rth Miami
PHONE: 891-6192
TIMPLE EMANU-EL
Announces
THE 7th ANNUAL BREAKFAST FORUM SERIES
THIS SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 8th!
DR. WOLFE KELMAN
Executive Vice Pres;c
Rabbinical Assembly of America
will speak on
"American Jewry Faces the Seventies"
SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 15th: DR BERNARD MANDELBA JM
SUNDAY, FEBRl'MY 22: DR MAX ARZT
Bi h 10 1^ A.M
LECH'RE 11AM
THE FRIEDLAND BALIROOM
Albert E Ossip $10 Per Person for
Open to the Coi


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Friday, Februa:

Music and Arts League
Presents 5th Program
An original dramatic presenta-
tion Inspired by the music of
Moussorgsky's popular "Pictures
at an Exhibition," and the Interna-
tional singing duo. Andreas and
Uexandra Zannis, will be featured
in the fifth in a series of programs
sponsored by the Miami Beach
Music and Arts League at s 15
p.m. Monday, In the Eleganti
Theatre of the Hotel Plaza, 5445
Collins Ave.. Miami Beach.
In a variation of the famed
Moussorksky's "Pictures." created.
directed and produced by Miss
Ruth Foreman, the pictures, m
life-size frames, will come alive
through drama, dance and song,
featuring Sherry Lynn Lili i
as a lady in the Art Gallery'^
Bernice Lazar as a woman of The
Bronx, Alvin Bruton as a mus
m.I Mervin Eugene as Ludwig
an Beetho
Miss Fon man, founder an l
r of the North Mi im PI i> -
'.'c.is" and Talent EnterprU ind
dii i: it of the Pied P.per Play-
h i ise is kn iw n a "The
Lady of Theatre in Floi
Miss Lilenfeld recently start
in the North Miami Playhouse
production of "When Playtime
'.aids." Mr. Bruton is i -
dancer-act tu ed in the PI ty-
ho ise's recent "Sarah and the
"Feb. 6 thr".
Take it in.
Take it all in.
INTERNATIONAL
AUTO ';.
QHOW i
MIAMI BEACH
CONVENTION HALL
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Ail the exciting cars
for 1970
from Detroit and overseas
DAILY and SUNDAY
1 P.M.-11 P.M.
ADMISSION: ADULTS $1.50
CHILDREN 50c (under 12)
DOG RACING
POST TIME B:00 PM
FEATURING THI
Jvit off the No. So. X way (1-95)
Exit at 125 or 103 Streets
Phone: 754-3484
Sax." MiSI Lazar, feature,! ill
such productions as "Fiddler on
the Roof" and "Three Penny
Opera." also starred In "Sarah
and the Sax" Mr. Eugene has
been a soloist with the New
York Philharmonic and The
Philadelphia Orchestra. Technical
director for "Pictures" is Julio
Lang.
Andreas md Alexandra Z
kn rwn thi i u ihout the G Id Co si
and supper club circuit, will pre-
sent a variety program of n
in several languages. Their duet-
and solos are In English, Hebrew.
Italian. French. German. I in
and Spanish. They have been fea-
tun I the E I Sulliv in TV Show
:.e and Town Hall
in New York.
A baritone, Mr. 7. inn I
his music studies in Greece an!
p ired in numerous
icl ins thr mghout E
L'nit I States His wife
A! 'X in I Vn ..'-
.,... stud
Indian I' ni\ sit) and
.-.- shows

at the Fontaii R
Doral 1 and Deau-
Hot Miss Esth B retl
will i the
E. A. Pallot Luncheon Speaker
l-:. Albert Pallot will be guest
speaki r it thi donor lut I
be held by Lincoln > 1288
B'nai B'rith Women, in II \
Hotel Wedn -sday, Feb. is. at 12:30
p.m. The luncheon will be followed
r-v entertainment.
Red Cross Honors
Weather Bureau's
Staff At Luncheon
v. tii, |_'.S W i Service
,;- n ESS \ W.
ts H iti i i
^r.-... the Aw Red
. will '- '" '
by h >:- ns thi VV
. 11 Cent
at a comm
Tuesd iv at 1
mi r :'' C 1350 1
\v i C >r il Gabl
30 of the Fnvii nental S no
Servic lion si
Red Cross ship I '' '
Counties. and
5 of 1 --
ted I Itend
Ens Bighinatt I ty d
if : as1 : -: vices ill A
Vmet s F -'
to Dr Rob -t H. Simosoi
., N ;: Cenl
Citations I
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5 the
tioi 'v
be i
n ty C
: S ii Sr Mr* R -
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Wards Presented At Annual
Children* Center Dance
w
:
ngsters h. Id it- anrii
......tly in the 1
Sheila Ma
s mistress
- nbers and I
lience ntertaii
Ka; Si n ns.
Rodi D '
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Goldei ~ Jerry \
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Mrs. Isad
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11 rmai
Mi. ami Mrs. Jack (,
Mis. U'Hltei I. J;.
,u d Mis. Baron de Hit -
and Mr. and Mis Stai
- staining patrt ns of n sea
..ere pi i ntl (I it'i aw
Mrs Leonard Abess .
. i hail man for th
Mai tin PV Idrnan
. i K< saler were co ha
Movies Scheduled \i
Wometco's Theatre*
Alfred Hitchcock's T
showing at the Miami
I Strec t. I '.ii lyle and 2 \
i ic 1 .' atrcs; "Tick 7
.,. be n en at i
s.i.i. s. Suniland i,
in Dade Drlve-i
Flower" is i ii
it I Bui
. am Kid'
1 Ml.-lan.l 'i
I ivtai a) M
Sunset rhe An an
Ij and "The Ga.\ I
'Nighl of the K
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Byron, "Man ira d" is .
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LEGITIMATE THEATRE
KENLEY PLAYERS
SPECIAL GROUP
RATES & DISCOUNTS
FOR YOUR
ORGANIZATION
Contac.' Kenley Players
Phone Reservations
Miami 865-6658
Broward 525-1591
MIAMI BEACH'S ONLY
Hotel Plaza 54th & Collins
LEON SCHACHTER'S
YIDDISHAmRKAN
VAUDIVILIE
ON STAGE IN PERSON
3 Hours of Music. Comedy
Singing and Dancing
Continuous Performance from
1:30P.M.
New Show Every Week
Plus Feature Film
- .'.
SEVEN LITTLE F0YS"
Ma- Exl
BC3 ,i0PE
THE CINEMA THEATRE
1235 Waslnngton Avenue
531-6202
Aat. 85c Eve. $175
[2EHg
pEffq
mi to mmm
UNIVE9 = A. P :'j"l TECHNICOLORS
V 'A\ /'/
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*<^SHIPSTADSCTJOHNSC?i
I'. Present
1970
BARNETT BREESKIN, CONDUCTOR
gMIAMI ""BEACH
i SYMPHONY
WINTER "POPS"
The Music Everybody Loves!
sharon McAllister
Soprano
PATRICK MATTHEWS
Baritone
Highlights from Showbtat, Poef and Peasant Overture,
Oyerfore from Borneo ana* Jolief, Marriott of Figaro,
Don Giovanni, Carousel, ana* many more besf-fovetf selections.
SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 8 8:00 P.M.
MIAMI BEACH AUDITORIUM
Tickets: $3.50, $2.75, $2.35, $1.75, tax included. Available
at Auditorium Box Office Daily.
JONI GRAHAM &
DON PHILLIPS
CANADA'S SKATING
PAIR CHAMPIONS
NOW! ON STAGE!
(KENNETH NELSON
m
"GEORGE M!
Cocoqut Qfove Playhouse W
3500 MAIN HIGHWAY W V
AND A GALAXIE
OF GREAT
SKATING STARS

DINNER KEY AUDITORIUM, MIAMI
February 13 thru 22
Limited Engagement 13 Performances
trtUIMrM, Crik U } 00 PM :.(( 14 IBM D fa 6. 2 00 M
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boll t. an tor thrro ymn.
The om r Shatbtet toUowmt the
Friday night aenHoaa, a kidduah
it, tin' temple following the Satur-
laj Ti'inciiiifs and a reception
Saturday evening ill be hosted
i\ Scott'a paw "is in hi> honor.
Among the gueata will !* Scott'i
randparenta. Mr. and Mrs. Syd-
ney Schachter, onclei and aunts,
\fnrvin Block and Mr, and Mrs.
rd Hertzbach, ( N. w Yoi k,
Mr and Mm l..iii> Wirth.
MASK WKiss
Mai k m n ni Mi. and Mi Jark
\.. is-. 2221 SW 98th Ct will be-
,. me Bar Mil rah S I
li _. Feb. 7. at Temple I
A -. venth (trade stud, nt at
Rockwa) Junior High School,
Mark plays the trumpet In the
., hool band.
Mr. and Mrs Weiaa \v i11 ho;t the
SI.,rn.it following th.' Kn-
lay night services as well ai
Kidduah m the Temple following
the mt\1cm s.it irday in honor of
the celebrant.
Among the ;. sts will be Mark's
randmotben Mrs
nbaum, from Si
i. rsi j in Mrs Ai n v. iss ol
New York and aunts and uncles
I and Mis Ti d Price. Mr. and
Donald levy
tlliott Roien
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IN AND FO DADE COl NTV.
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
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Mrs. Irving Fishman, Mr. and Mrs
i 'hark i Fishman and Mi s. .i'
li Tanm nliMiim from N, .1
DONALD LEVY
Dona and Mi -
Miami Beach, \> ill
Bur Mltzvah Pi
ih Siiturda.i morning Fi h
': M Abi 'A / will

Donald is tl gr li stu-
k at Nautilus Jui lor 11 h
">l and an i il the Na\ ul
Cadi is
i >wing si r\ to i lui
will i- held the A [iers ii >tel
in h >r ol the celebr i i
J. BRIAN GADIVSKY
J Brian, son of Elaine and
Edward Gadinsl w II bee
Bar Mitrv ih -. Satur laj Fi h 7
at Ten pie F'man i-l
Briai lh< -. enth
it Nautilus Ju Higl Sch
He plays violin in the school
orchi-st i plays trumpet
Th.
i :. Dor II ite
Ih t I \

lei s ind in ceptlon ill be li 11
in Temp Ne T imid's Sklar
it 8 p.n Saturd ty,
In Howard honoi.
ncludi
nd Mrs Jules A M ryer of
Fre irl L.l W; Mr and Mrs..
H : R Sh ipiro, "i North
B en N Mr. an l Mrs M >rr
J Sh ipiro, "f Los Angi '. Calif.,
ii Mi ind Mrs W S] i
t Hills l.! N V Mr and
Mi. Stephen S hwart Mi in >' ch Mr nnd Mrs. R
p tshl : Mr and Mr- Thomas
Perdue ol Mi imi B re also
expected I pn
STEVEN rUKIl.lt II
Sti ^' n the s,.n ol Mr. and Mrs.
Bernard Fretlich. will !> called i"
[the Torah as a Bar Mitzvah Sat-
Fi ii 7. at T< mpli Sinai "f
North Dado.
Sti \. n m In the seventh
grade at Thomas J< ffi rson Junior
Mi
Mrs Id-i C5
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Temple Sinai Religious School
and is a member ol the Junior
I'.owlis i'l -! He n ci ntlj won
in aw rd for hat li | I ow led over
00
A n ne the I its ai
Ifbratici will bi Mi
Mi .' Fn llich ol Worci sti i
Mass.; Mi ai d VIrs Carl Mosko-
N.J.; Mrs G
ind S nl Bi-oo
RON \i l K MTII.M W
I ino son of M
will
, Sal lay, F< b. "
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III fi n the
Pi
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r Hi ;h Si hi n- he is in
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Amoi its al
ih. i. |i brat Ion will be Mrs. Row
Kronicl Fiona
mother, fi om Los "alii
ELLIOTT ROSEN
Elliott, ih' son ol Bruchi Roai i
and the late I i R iberl Rosen
v ul be Bar Mltzvah at Sky Lake
Synagogue Saturday, Feb. 7. In
klltion to chanting the Haftorah
he will conduct the entire Shachrta
ser\1ci including the special Halle
ice on the occasion of Rash
Chodes Adar-one.
Thi celel ant, Mho attends Sky
I .ak> Sj i. ligious School
and i- a studt-nl al John F. Ken-
r.. i > Junior High School, plays
[the drums and is a blue-ribbon
m r
Elliot I will be honored al th.
Kiddush following the servici and
a! a recepti i in his homo.
a nong the familj and friends
ai his mat Imol her and
expected to attend th celebration
his godparents, Mr. and Mrs. Sam
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Fr.ciay. February 6.
1970
Section C
Soviet Rejection Of U.S. Plan
broves They Don't Want Peace
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tchding hosti.. ,. ,. .,
ktiot.Vr by Isra.I ami Egypt
I riach. |rr*ns of din-,! ind indirect
P*1*"* unto ll* auspice.
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kl in ef-
I tor a retun to the
so i ailed t< da I
lsra Us ai > Arabs negoti-
ati M th 1949 smustic ai
nta on the island I R
Israi I clain that thi fUi I
talks involve 'i direct contai is
with the Ai al at or* st tgi
i trabi insist that thej did
rhe U S appan ntlj i* lieves
that rctui n ti i the RhooV foi -
i wo ild rmlt thi I-
to r. gard thi m as direct im gotia-
..: .'. t >. A: alls tO I .
:i. on*.
The Soi ts have m i i
a pt< i i' Rhodes principle as
a frameu i; for m w Ai at Is-
rael i '
I \, lud<.! ;i ui til now. ".
- sau! that hi S
to th L'.S : ali as
: .'. 's pro II I
, v.':. n in talks with thi n
n ntativi i f the U.S Britain
I Frai Sew i j
saw I as icquieseno 1 ores-
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t-t eel Israel-L" S dil
i. n nces in policy and I- a
i. ; p.) i..i moi American mili-
tary equipment and economic
aid.
Mrs Meir granted an int. r-
view to the New York Times
Correspondent, Jam."* Feron.
follow lug th. ernergtney atasl w
of th.- Cabinet Highlights of th.'
interview, broadcast by the Is-
rarli radio pktured Mrs Weir
as bitter over what she regai.1. .1
as a serious eroalon of r.s. aup-
jHirt for Israel amounting almost
to appeasement of the Arai>s.
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(hat Mrs Mi ir had complain. !
thai the ."' v m Administi al ii n
i I* Ing Israel less I
th. (ration of I
i Johnson The l'i inv
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Wl ''ll Ihi ail:;
trations," a communique said
Mi : on oi fii med that th
i led to Mrs Meii
was his r mn
He wrot. Mrs. Meir s|> ike ol
ii.' i thai
resented I
jor powei i>> Was
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suit, 't !> ;
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wen a
wi if I r they wen i : ted
powers
In wii th.
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How can this lead
to ; ... Mrs. Meir asked.
\ lean diploma is h. re are
iting that there has been no
.hang, in th.' basic policy sup-
porting Israel that ti- United
Mat. s has follim.il sine- the
June, 1H67 war. Such aasuiant.s
I arc coming from US. BOUTCes
hen and abroad apparently to
mollify Israeli bitterness over
the latest Middle Fast peace
proposals to emanate from
Washington. The Americans are
also giving assurances tnai the
Nixon Administration is earnest-
ly considering Israel's requests
for I'.S. military equipment ami
economic an!. They say that th-
halanc .I*' approach enunciated
by Seen tarj of State William
P, Rogers on Dec. 9 was neo s-
sary to stn ngthen the hand of
m .! rat. .Mat's at the Rabat
Arab summit conference.
Purpose cf the first planning meeting of the Dental Division
of the 1970 Combined Jewish Appeal-Israel Emergency
Fund campaiqn. held recently, was to enlarge the Dental
.. len Steering Committee in order to facilitate contacting
'1! dentists in Dade County. Left to right are (seated'. T)"
Elliot Gordon; Dr. Paul Richman. cochairman; Dr. William
Silver, chairman and Dr. A. Albert Moser; (standing: Dr.
Clifford Marks. Dr. Gerald I. Wernick and Dr. Lawrence
Grand.
Area's Reform Temples
Hold Annual Seminar
:: b lack D Bplro. natia : .;!' .
,.,..... ol Ih. Uvin
ol the L'i A Time to Mourn
i ican Hebrew Co. .. '- ". '
t a t oi D
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\ Men V6r Q SCa'e model ,he Moshe Sharett College
| ^emen'. now under construction in Jerusalem. Is-
lottda 1 Pr?ec1 ot Ihe brael Histadrut Council of South
lewmark'm Fein3,en. left. Rose Dubin and Morris
irojec, a jS Dubln made a major contribution to the
imin- ,nd ,he second floor of the six-story building
additio neW colle<^e wiU > dedicated in her name.
Se m" 9 ded>cated a science laboratory in the
IH^-JT Fe,nstein is chairman of the board and Mr.
11 MirK^i8otleasurer of ,he Histadrut Council, of which
baelSom is president.
Sinai Hosts Parents
The Rabbi, principal, and school
board members of Temple Sinai's
Religious School hosted recep-
; tlon for parents whose children
attend Temple Sinai's school,
recently '.> present information
ibout th. school program, and
l fuiur.' plans, especially as they
I relate to possible curriculum
i changes, and construction of a
. new school building. The principal
' of Temple Sinai's Religious School.
i Murray Siaselman, its Hebrew
supervisor Max Welts, the con-
pregatlon'i Rabbi Ralph P. King-
si, y. together with the school com-
I mittee chairman, George Barr,
i superM.se the curriculum and pro-
' gram of the school.
Consultant to toft annual m-minar
of Reform Temples of the Miami
area.
The seminar, cosponsorcd by the
Bureau of Jewish Education and
the South Florida Federation of
I the Union of American Hebrew
c ngregations, will lx- held it
Temph Beth Sholom. U4 Chase
\v, Miami Beach. Sunday, from
12 30 to -1 p.m. Tho theme is
'The Future Of Reform Jewish
Education a Search for Di-
p,. sp'-"'s first pre*
I will 1h> followed i>> Ihi// sessions
.,, teach, rs on tour grade le\i Is.
His ,. .. .- presentation will fol-
low n ports of recorders ol I
bus sessl ms and general Dis-
cussion.
On Monday, Dr. Splro will act
as consultant in individual con-
ferences with educational repn
wntatlves ol remple Heth Sholom,
Temple Jiuiea. Temple Beth Am.
and Temple Sinai of North Dad)
ii tality will be extended t.
the \isiting teachers by the Sister-
hood of Temple Beth Sholom.
As national director of the Cen-
tral Conference of American Rab-
bis, Itabbi Splro i-s editor of the
Union's books, its curriculum, and
the periodicals published by the
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assisted
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. Mast* ol Arts and D tor if
i ;., tters degree from th '
institul on. He has done gradu ite
work al th. University of Ch e i i
and traveled extensively in Europe
and the Soviet Union.
The seminar is part of the an-
nual program of the Bureau of
Jewish Education to enrich the
programs of die Jewish schools
and to stimulate higher Standards
in clas-sroom presentation.
Herbert Millman, associate
executive of the National
Jewish Welfare Board since
October 1960. has been ap-
pointed as the agency's ex-
ecutive vice president. He
will assume his new respon-
sibilities on April 1. succeed-
inq Sanford Solender. who
will beome executive vice
president of th Federation
of Jewish Philanthropies of
New York on that date.


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Friday, February 6. \{
Three Orthodox Leaders
Honored For Leadership
The spiritual and lay leadership !">"ls and s'"'lal ervice
tbe Greater Miami Mlarachi- agencies in Israel.
H&poel Hamizrachi assembled at Recipients ot tbe henor were all
rormer presidents of the organiza-
k tion. Max Hecht Rev. Joseph
KiaiJt and Dr. flu win StQjfifjL,
were also recognized for th. ir
standing leadership In the com-
nity.
Dr. Stauber. the former rabl
Yoi ng Isra< I of Greater Mi
\ ho presentlj serw on the boards
: the Mcsi\ta ol Greater Miami
and Oholei Torah
partner in the Miami Beach law
firm of Grover, Ciment, Weinstein
and Stauber.
Rabbi Staub d his rab-
binical training at the New Israel
Rabl inical College, Baltimore,
..; .:, sivta Rabbi Chaim
Bi rlin In Brcoklyn. He also studied
;.t Johns Hopkins University and
the University of Miami, and holds
Bachelor of Arts and Juris Doctor
degrees.
Hyman Kolko is president of the
Religious Zionists group: other of-
ficers include Rev. Joseph Krantz,
Ri v. Solomon Cooper, Morris Braf-
man. Milton Kahn, Jacob R. Mo-
dansky, Dr. Isaac I'ntorman. Rab-
i Jonah E. Caplan, Albert Bar-
bakoff, Henry Groudan, J. Jerry
leaders of the community for their s,;-.. chter, Herman Eisenberg and
significant contributions to many Emanuel Ungi r.
OR. SHtRWIN STAVBW
Beth Israel Synagogue, TOO -10th
St.. Miami Beach, recently for a
festive dinner event paying tribute
to Israel on its 22nd anniversary
and to three prominent orthodox
Theodore Ellenoff (right), prominent New York attor-
ney and Chairman of the American Jewish Commit-
tee's Community Services Committee, presents a
charter to Sylvan Cole, organizer of AJC's Palm
Beach County Unit, indicating that the Unit, having
fulfilled all reguirements, has now become a Chapter.
AJC now has 45 Chapters in major cities, 41 Units in
smaller communities.
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board member; Albert V. Rosenberg, I
ri -1 secretary; Louis Suchman, Men's CU]
president; Sidney Schwam, chairman
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m mber, a.id Abe Schatier. chauniaa
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Beth David Holding Fine Arts Classes In Both Locations
The Spring session <>t the Fine
Arts School of Beth David begins
this week, in two locations, Mrs.
Marvin Gillman, chairman, has
announced. The sessions for chil-
Shaw CkairmaB Of
Hebrew Academy
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Pythian Sisters Sponsor
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Roosevi It Temnl Pythiai
Sisters, cclel ral i their
birthday by ring an o'd
fashion d ; ran dance for thr
h rii fit (,f th "; Man h on
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in Pythian Han. 4601 W. Fl
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Mrs. Nat Sanders, Mrs.
ychid and Mrs. L v Is Pom-
rant/ served as chairmen for
tin dance.
Ircn, ti n i p rs, and adults will
at B. th David's Col il
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South Dad< sch.....- I SW 120
1 lach ol lh< i lass s isdi
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i ui>avtteh movement. The evtrrt
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L'Inyonel Chlnudi, the central or-
nization for Ji w i -- f 1 edm ation
stablishi >i by I le? rV bbe In 196]
,n.i locati d at 1257 Alton Rd .
Miami !v ach
Rabbi Schneerson assumed the
l ,,il' rship "i what is nit. n n -
ferred to .1- 1 hi Jew ton P< set
1 1 fter the fk ath >>l
Ra 1 i-i'li I.
Schneerson, who had been impris
uncd 1 nil' times in l< r ( zarist and
before coming
td the United States Considered
;i rovolutionar) at thai time, Ik
v 1- thi pioneer ol the Jewish 'lay
school systc m now found In com-
nities thi ougho it the Uniti il
Stati -
Rabbi Abraham Korf, regional
lirector, and his assistant, Kai>iu
Yit/chock Marcus, an' heading the
.;n cial programs and acth Itfc ol
the Luba\1teher followers in Mi-
ami Beach, including thru- efforts
tn reach every Jewish youth who
has ii"t been exposed to authentic
i daism, and the Rebbe's massive
I". tillm campaign, inaugurated on
ih< \. oi thi Six-l lay War L. an
i to contribute to th ccesi
ol Israel's I* fi nse Forct -
Pictured at the Westview Country Club for
the recent 50th Anniversary luncheon spon-
sored by the Women's Committee of Jewish
Family and Children's Service are (left to
right) Dr. Alan A. Lipton, Leon D. Fisher.
executive director of the JFCS, Mrs. Walter
Falk, Mr. Falk, IFCS president, (seated)
Mrs. Sol Goldstein, Mrs. Leon Fisher, Mr;.
Alan Lipton and Mrs. Eugene Katz.
Second Bar Mitzvah For Julius Doeraberg, 83
.Tuli"- Docrnberg, s;t- father "t
Mrs Bernard Stein and Mrs, Ben
Frank, will celebrate thi- second
Bar Mitzvah In his lifetime Feb.
28 at T. mple 1 r I Horn.
He iil wrap around his shoul-
,! 1 thi tame t:iiiis. or prayer
shawl, he wore at his first Bar
Mitz\ .ih seventj yt irs a n Get
Bar Mitzvah si> ch
many. He will read the whole
Haftorah, and has written his own
Mr. Doernberg's brother and
sister-in-law will he attending. His
brother, a survivor of Dachau, is
coming ii'irni South America for
1 hi event.
Mr Doernbtrg's wife, four
l;i andchildren and two gi at-
grandchildren will also be present
1 the Bar Mitzvah celebration.
Lodge To Induct 12
Twelve "Esquires" were in-
duct.d as "Knights," th.' third
and final ceremonial rank >f
in mbership at the recent
meeting of the George Gershwin
Knights oi Pythias Lodge No. 196
in tho Surfside Community Cent
Miami Beach. Chancellor Com*
mandcr Harvey Richman presided.
Ikiiiil Conclave \l
}|t Owaissa Bauer
11 th<
at-
I last
id
' I stal i the
il Israi
sichoi .,
\ sing-
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b .: club
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["Wed author Isaa, Bashovis
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t. Ih* entry Meal or writ* you'nam* and addresa
clcj'iy on a p am piece ol paper 3" b'.
Th*
plec* ot paper 3" 5".
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(ran* Ceatral station
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4 You may enter a often as you lh. but each *ntry
must be mailed in a separat* envelope.
I. All entries must b. postmaHed not later than mid-
nlaht, March 27, 1970 and received not later than April
3. 19'0.
I winner ot prlr* described below *in b* selected by
biindfolri d.aw% on April 6. 1970 and ffl b. promptly
notified by mail Prize is transferable but not redeem-
able for cash, and must be redeemed within one year ot
above date.
7 Ih* pr.'. consist! of: 2 round trip fares from New
York to lra*l l* Pn Am*rlc*n Airways with stopover
Briil*|*l in many luropean countrhssi room accommoda-
tions tor two p*opl* for on* wetli at th* Hot*l Inter"
Continental Jerusalem; and tree us* ot a Mert: car for
7 days transportation to Nw York and other optnsia
not included.
I. Sweepstakes Is open to r*sldnts of th. United States
and Its poss*ssions, ticept residents of Ohio and Wiscon-
sin, and employees ot General foods Corporation or any
Ol Its subsidiaries, its advertismt a|encies. th* jud|m|
staff, and their families. Residents ol Missouri should
disr*|ard Rule 2.
(. Any liability for federal, state and hxai tax*! will be
the responsibility of th* winner.
10 NO PURCHASE NECESSARY.


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*Jm is* Meridian
Friday, Feb
m
dry
LETTERS TO THE EDITOR
Court Had No Jurisdiclioi
Miami-Dade Junior College president, Dr. Petei Masiko. Jr..
receives Food Fair Stores Foundation's proposal to establish
a long-range scholarship program at the college from Leo
Finkelstein, vice president, Food Fair Stores, Inc., Southern
Division. They are flanked by M-DJC North Campus vice
president. Dr. M. Duane Hansen (left) and Richard Stickney.
industrial relations director of Food Fair's Southern Division.
Food Fair Sponsoring
M-DJC Scholarship!
i
!-.'. .' .} is to
Id ]' i .. J u II will be
Bwarded annually by Foo F
Si Foundat i n np n \i
fall. To i tho I
K St Sell u si ps, they ill
1>' awarded to in
men eaeh in the I S350
[or I
VVitl
i i four 1 lA'ii
and each year tli
i
-
$1.4 ly.
Miami-Dade I -
eluded on
ties nin s:ates
the Foui
-
iv-
Mas
- t of F
s 5. Soul n Divis
Selection
i.....
eonsid n to sons
ters of Food 1
! n s
I' Fair fa mi
* should s .....
lions to the Foundation, which
;-u ard .i list <>: those eligible
for coi C illege.
Non-Food Fair applicants sh
applj directly to the Coll 'ge.
Appl -ation forms
pplyii
- Soul
;y.\ ision Personnel i M '
\\v '.: I Ave. D llii
il 1
Seh si is v
tend of M
- i impuses. They v
:
f study. S rships
ir the s
year, | ....
len I irins
- : Mr. F
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M
':'
npuses
23 miles a 1
\ rIh I
th -
South Dad
lonstructioi
- i \\
- iv this '
Broward Division Officers
Elected Bv S. Florida BBB
Gil Smith of Ho] kii s-Smith
lii. has Ixin elect
ih. board of th< Browai I C
1 Bett Business
3; in I South Flori la
< th
1' >n are John L. B
rugs as firsl
f the board "h '.
Lant f Cil s Natioi
. -
wyn G
L'i ivritera

Brov inty 1
is held in Fort 1
servo as
i. so Divisioi
E. A.
: M
The Miami H
Be Behring C
Perrj Bi mart .' : in M
Sandj Hirsch Brow ird T
George Knoerr George K
& Ass i -iati s; R.H.K ii --
Point Furniture Shoi* in-: p.
John Und, J-L Mechanical Inc.:,
H. Kent Mergler, Gfl R .
h .< M ii- igement. Inc.: John
S. Powell, Fort :
Tribune: J. F
da Yachl Charters. Inc.
The Eh
has been sen in
I
ly Kith direct -
tmi irj 1967 re h id
never pwt tously been
t""oun-

entit). h a.'. ". Th
rt of
Busi-
nt >s Bureau oi South Florida into
- ivhich wil
autoii" nous lating
rimarily to I
According t R Sn ithers,
.>: Of lh'
the rest
mllesl
> B ttei
ts efforts to be of
- .11 all n!
he Bel
'5 Bui non-

- Ii

' :.
- .
Walinii.h Honored Upon
Retiring From Gov*|
Gov. Clau '. K -; ha* Issw
proclamat. -; ^ Wan-
Dish, form.r n com.
ssi ner of Ta ------. who re-
tired last year from the S
Revenue Comm erving
45 years in th i government
and declaring the day ,.f hw re-
of redcdication to
higher public service.
^ Mr \v h %jr<
'' n: Mrs. Mel-
-. I- nti :'
' : au-
1923 to 1*40. when h.
tranti theStat
tram
,h" R -- in 1963,

Services in 1968 Mi Wani -
served ts eh lirman of the Leon
County Democratic Committ.-
aighl >t-.i -
EDITOR, The Ji wtah Ftoridlan:
suprem C t has
no |u religious
nd should
the issue ol "who is an Is
which would entitle th
si i hts. but
- nt to rule
on wh i lew, wh ch
.. ss e in '
rhi lion ol
the Isra '' Court i
npared to th
hedrin set up bj Napoleai
Frai i :
sand
How would the Amei
ng by the Unlti I St il
Supri C t on v Chris-
\l islcm i a .' '
Max Lerner Speaks
On Middle East In
Emanu-EI's Forum
Max Len
journ ilist u ill bi the m xt T
ii-l F & es cturer
- I Main
:;. them The
ii M Id I isi A
to Woi P
t ion and
!,-"'. Mi vh
i ted new*
-
Stales
...... .
I'
-
-

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Seri.-s P

David Pinski Club Program
'tub will
F
it 8 p.m in I
lee-
;. t (
is: Son
with V :
:' I Bob Lai w I
Fil -
I nbers of the Jewish
community to send t legrams of
s, ,,, the Isi Ii Embas> to
.;. CtlOB In B
. n is
unwise t
en the : ''' ''"
I in the -
,1 [Sra( i i i a un i
pi nd i ;- :- A"
..... y a Jew
jow is nol necessarily an
: iris liction of the
I Israel stops
the St
e .i is lil
f Stai nd not to
is the
i lewish L w
Moshe Gilboa Leads
Operation Israel
M< sh Gilboa. Isra< I's I
,vjis th Ii a I' r of "i
ation Israi I." a I'JA Mission which
lift Kennedy Airport recently
, i.d foi si ven Israel Mak-
ing t
throughout th i
: Gen-
Mak-
... s to iv. it h I

her Israeli

I the
Soul strrn rcgioi
- -
to prevail as
:n Jewish
K \BKI riBOR ||,
liivph i
Conimunitj si
EDITOB, ThejewKh pjj
As a citi
' ike the libert>
beration to \
roncei ning Se A
liam Rogers'
posals, so ,
Middle East
trlmental to th
Permit me to x
to this new
the State I
similar to In
which led i
in which I act
glorious arm)
This appease |
then sn '
now, It will
friction and i :. ,
friend, tin Si I
liffii ill ies
l it is my f
President w
partment's

and military
sur\ :\e ii.
ii !.> the \
The Jew
lelis

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WilUam HABKF
Modern iRT Colleciio\
AUCTION
TEMPLE EMANU-EL BALLROOM
1701 Washington Avenue, Miami Beach
Phone 538-2503
SUNDAY, FEB, 8th 2:00 PM
Picasso, Chagall. Ituffrt. Miro, (.alderj
Rayo, Ret. SiUa. Dali, Janaem, Tarrago.
1'ohiao, Gal, Renoir. Goya, Rembrandt. ofJj
Exhibition starting
Thurs. evening till /
Just the one of us.
IZl K*e v* l0"e,,ness overwhelms us living here among the
f ozen broccoli and asparagus. We're the only margarine in the
iTaZT ,d the:*,!fSn We*le here is that don't have any
sa o pieservatives Which means we taste sweeter and fresher.
2 > ** 0ne of ou'- chantages. The other is we're the onlv
weV nt^S'"6 ma,,e f,'m lW COT!, Oil. Which means
ZinVu\ ifeV tan,ng- We're better f0'- 3^^. Because we're
ha been .ft, ??" I8 ^ m]y ******** the freezer
know vm, I "e V' P0rtUMtely. with all our advantages, we
Knovs j ou 11 come and rescue us before too long.


February 6, 1970
vjenisl- tkridfor
Page 5-C
i Happenings
,; i
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M;iiimi e
\. I.rn-
Bon
- .nil ll'Or- '' '""
K
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llnhPrf II '<'''-
Slates
i v. n I ml II.
'
Srn. Kil-
, Matlot-. Speaker John
HXtninrk. Sen. Mlke-
.,,,1 s.. frtwitrd M. K' n
ftp. (.irl Alhrrl. Oov.
k0mp Got I rn -' Inch non.
Ihitid Wal-
Vrlhur ourhon I
\| VI II
U. Griffith
,. tlilnn i hf*i *
Ulan KrWI Mvei i Wins
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V Kalhj
Mlorth, .r i Mann, > 1 ^. ki \
ptki Skirli i I hi li hi i n, P mi
II B '.i Konuu I.
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'lifii.i id Bin \,r,.,
!> < 0 i hentra,
BoaaM Levitt ol South Dadi
pn lid i i ol Ronald l.< xitt Aaao-
plate*, In... Cbi al I lb haa
l-1 n H en dlti d i.. ttv PnMIr
Iifl:it <>!> Sihirtx ol \mi-rir:i,
joining 1,733 othoi bi rrdited
bora in the u orld
public
... .
Mr. II. \. KintrhrntMum
i led i' n '
ninnr on Low Vi-
al ihi l'l i [Ions-
inn Coll 0


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ol Rcaltoi v 'i i la
m, Ti \ lo attend thi Ma-
I Associal R
Th
Arthur P.ir-
nh. M. Board
i'i.- Jour-.. I I p
George I, Simon, I..
Mli-n Morris. Rnrtque Valle.ior
Belt) Ktrk-ktand.
S K' !>! I ^il\ rni in
il
I

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II toi
Dr. Fein Lectures
On Jewish History
At Temple Israel
.
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his ip| inci Pnil W
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long pxpoi ii'i I- hrinc lo I
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ol ':> Jp I'islj si
th.- ps. Dr. Fein, w I al
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\. miy Amei i ,te \ isli
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Mrs. Martin Smith, (.ft) Sisterhood Presidi I "" -:
D. Kaplan, and Mis. Herbert Buchwald are sh
Temple Emanu-El's lx>ok review ser.es for the season.
N ISRAEL, ITT
PARTICIPANTS ENJOY:
t'''5|MB'"'C" llna"'rk, .on
f'" i*CTur..0V'rnm"" "'
!'' ,h'oUa",."'"'' routu
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P*J By Hodassah
r Jouth Commission
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... ">, ,n lr.,el court,.
f^"'''n',?e?0n,lhl' *"-.
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because Southern Bilt Kitchens
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Alan Zipp. son of Mr. ami Mrs.
.Monroe Zlpp lEdith ami Mon-
1,-1. is among the 31 students
1.1 the 1'niversity of Tennessee
v. ho were named to the 19t!9-"0
-.Vho's Who in ATnertc-an Col-
ics am) Universities." Alan, a
_. aduate of Palmetto Senior
h School, attended Atlantic
< immunity College. Atlantic
i y, n.j. whi rc he was edi oi
the college weekly newspa-
i. and now is m nior at the
- Iversity of Ti ni ss where
is majoring in Finance. In
; litlon !'.' b" in '
ec Club, hi l- i1" B :
' .si I \ ei pn d writes
:!iin on b: sii i ss and finance
: C 'i v. !.
Maternal grai
u.-. i was 1 01 : i'' Mr. a:. '.
Mrs. Melvln Zipes Dec. 7 in
ire long-
nts Mr.
i Mi,. Mieta ..1 %U< n. Tm '
, was I Lou* David.
Herman Bin<:< r > nltted
i Cedars of 1 a n Hos
. mishap
-. ich i cc irn ai !"
s ... (ting into "> d while he
o w n
had the door open. He's not very
badly hurt. Mrs. Florence lira-
ham reports, just very shaky

ftUriaaaa and Jane* W.
(ireen entertained friends at an
"at home" Sunday, in honor of
their artist mothers. Ruth
Green, of Cleveland. Ohio and
Reyna tamgannM. of Miami
Beach, whose forthcoming ex-
hibition will be held at the
Harbour House Gallery begin-
Friday and contin
through Feb. 26. The exhibition
n to the public.
Harold Lupowlti says he re-
ered in no time like five
h >urs after TO people hol-
lered "Surprise!" .it him. Evalin
Gilbert hosted the birthday par-
ty at her penthouse apartment,
2121 N. Bayshore Dr., for Har-
,1 ; an l his wife, Sophie, who
- nd their time between apart-
ments in Philadelphia and S
ist Towers West, Mi i
Beach. It was quite a job, in-
cidentally, jamming 70 people
into the Gilbert digs, but the
buftet dinner was stand-up. so
it was managed.
Tony Randall Will
Head All-Star Cast
In Grove Playhouse
Tonv Randall will head an all-1
Itar cast when he opens Tuesday.
, Feb. 17. in the pre-Broadway run,
! of "The Button" at the Coconut
Grove Playhouse, producer Zev
Bufman announces Co-starring
with Randall in the new c >medy
I v Ben Starr, are John MeM irtin
Joyce Van Patten and Ruth Foi I
A solid hit In
production of "Sweel Charity" in
which he co-starred with Gwen
Verdun, McMartin later led
the role of the gal-shj
n the film version op Shirley
Madame.
Miss Van Patten, wl is the
sister of comic Dick Van P
can be seen current.j on CBS-TV
:v series. "The Good Guys"
and was recently fe itun ; in the
Peter Sellers' motion picture, I
Love You, Alice P.. Toklas
Among our nation's most hon-
ored actresses. Ruth Ford has
scored in a series of Broadway
hits, including Nobel Prize winner
am Faulkner's Requiem I >i
0 Nun" in which she CO-sl -
with her late husband. Zacharj
Scott.
Friday, February 6,
11.000 Volumes In Bureau's Library
Librar>
ol Jewish
are at
Li n Rd.. I B-ach, now
tains more i 1.000 volumes
Yiddish,
according : "' male
i 5in ov B
Stat irv Library ir llcate
that i I v-ol-
ir bor-
i
The Libra on \
rlr-ys. < :'
I
Ice the
]
I
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I r, Mrs.
David Muskat. Mrs. Anna Sintow,
Dr. Isaac Unterman and Mrs. Hen-
ry B. Wernick.
Aviva Group To Hold
Mid-Winter Auction
Aviva Group. Hadassah, will
hold its mid-winter auction at
Temple Beth David South. 77th
Avenue and l-'Oth St.. at 1" i.m
M inday, Carol Getz, presi k nl
h is announced.
Merchandise bargains have been
donated by the merchants ol Mi
mi. Door prizes will be a I '
Price of a I
ch. Helene Kass is ch
. auction committee: Ruth
:' \ c h h lirman.
Bazaar To Benefit
Ner Tamid School
The Sisterhood ol ''" Ner
Tamid will hold a B /in ;" I
in the Ski ir Audit" i ium ol
ih" Temple on Sundiy, Feb 13
and Monday. Feb, 16, feal rii
merchandise bargains of all sorts
Dinner will he served I 5 ai
p.m.. on Sunday.
p oceeds of the Bazaar go to-
m ai is the upki ep f tl Religi-
ous School, Mrs In ng Bes
ha m in: Mrs Ess VV ill
".,: s. Ei R senfeld are c i
\l Yvctte S er
president in c'taigi i fund-rais-
ing: Mrs. Jack Greenberg is p -
dent of tlie Sisterh
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Repeating their get acquainted specials
I hurs Fr Sat and Sun.
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Talking over Thursday's national founding lun
American Medical Center at Denver, at the Fort
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Herbert Magnes: Manfred L. Mmzer of Denve: e
vice president of the cancer research institute
end Stephen H. Corner, cochcirman of the I
president of the Carner Bank of Miami Bsach-
cilrr.en Robert Goodman and D. Lee Powell are s
iuncheon was to feature an address bv Sen
Kennedy and the dedication of the Josec'.-. I
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prune Tzimmes A Casserole Dish
Af,vmit.- .Iish. .I.wn to earth.
. *" ... ,ii> casserole of
j- fruity, flavor-
Ij| pru -
.,., an cm to use
i fruitNo
: theseeta
I e tender
' n and pop
. "'" ,h'
:
savory guodncss of the meat juices i
an tor another tasty treat.. just >
arkl snipped prunes ami a dash of ;
spue to appli- sauce ami acraj
with traditional potato pancakes.
The chewv. tasty prufle morsels '
offer a delightful contrail to the
gentle apple sauce and crisp, hot
pan akes.
1 cupSunsweel Pitted Prunes
Prone and S*-c*| Potato T/iiniiiis
i lbs. shoi i i lbs ol beel
2 medi im onioi i In pped
I clove garlic, minced
1' teaspoons salt
'. teaspoon pepper
4 teaspoon paprika
l ti a>i>. in ginger
Boiling water
fi swot potato, s. I*-, led and
quartered
l package 112 o; i Sui sweet
Pitted Prunes
' cup brown sugar
1 tablespoon I mon |
In a large, heat pol ovei
medium heat, brow n short ribs on
all sides in their own fat. Add
chopped onions and garlic, reduce
h< at and cook until onions are
paprika and ginger. Add boiling
water to barely cover meat. Cover
pan and simmer ahout 1 hour. Add
remaining ingredients, cover pan
and simmer for about 40 minutes
r, until meat and sweet pota-
ue completely tender. Makes
6 to 3 s, i -. ings,
r->
Prune Apple p.iiic:ikr Sam e
1 cup Sunsweet Piled Prunes
1 jar (13 OZ.) applesauce
't teas;>oon cinnamon
Dash of nutmeg
Sliver pitted prunes and com-
bine with apple- -sauce. Stir in
spices. Serve wftb |M>tare pan-
cakes, Any li ftovi ra can i* stored
right in the apple sauce jar. for
use through the week.
David Susskind is Second Lecturer In Series At Or Oiom
the
Is
ll-known
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th SI
p i
:. sei i< in I
events
ts prop
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ias b en
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years Is
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Of ( lolloqiiinin1
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Savings and
Miami Reach
ol i "Col-
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implica-
: inds for
now the moderator of a weeklj
. ision "talk -' om. in addi-
tion to heading up his own produc-
tion company, Talenl Associates
Among his numerous iwards are
i Emmys. to P. ib lys and
if the Ye u ll.- I p
ill N- "And Thi n I Mel
(>n M 'i eh 9 I' erre Salin : i
time Senator fi em Califoi
who is press secretarj to both
Presidents Kem > and Johnson
will give th, last lev-iuie in the
es hich open 1 In Januarj
when columnist Prank Mankie-
w ie om Ime pi ess si cretai y to
ll Sen l. K nnedj
pok< be I hi ni 500 | opli
Ti ?kets : i i i remaining two
li i tur< ii )
templi
Mrs. Mirchin Is Honoree
The Sisterhood -.' Ohev Shalom
..... gation ire i M Fan-
nie Mirchin witn .i luncheon held
in the synagogue 705 Bonita Di
Miami Beach, si noon Wednesda)

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c 'ommittee
the Public
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Fage 8-C
+Jei Friday, Februury b.
1970
A Visit To The Falasha
!'. I. I. F1SI1BEIN
! r
I. has
111-- I". -I H
Rlhfnpln atnl
ill. led .1 ram-
farm
fun.l-
Mllil
lade the march to Armachoho
and began planting their crops.
,i Sud ira se attack on the
si tttli nv hi torci d its removal to
new section ol land ncai Humcra
village
We recently visited the new
settlement, leaving Addis Ababa
i1 6 a.m. in a chartered single
I' ssna, and flying north-
west some TiK' miles to the villagi
ol Humera. There we disembarked,
i ntering two land-rovers to trawl
90 kilometers over the roughest
road in the world to the newly
tflblished setth men! ;it Abd
El Raf.
Since it is not uncommon for
bandits from Sudan to cross thi'
border and attack travellers head-
north, the police commandant
at Humera insisted on providing
us an escort of four heavily armed
9 cocked, prepared for any
met who followed closely behind.
eventuality
Normally, the distance of 55
- through bush and S]
tryside should take an horn
11 'I'm winding, i ough, roll-
i- coaster terrain however, re-
i '. hours, and we arrived at
the Angat b Rivet total)} ex-
.' tet had i is< n to a
level ol feel an I since then
i no 1 '-.. rna-
iw irling
il
I val had !> :i i v. eti d.
ind bo} s wen
at the -was
visitors who had
and arduous tri;
home. A K
'> pical white hi ad I
in thi singing of
The} wen es
i| i hi ir new tractoi
and loaded down with
ready for the mar- .
ki t. In by their leader, Yi I
. that the funds had I
raisi d b} thi ii Ami i ican gui st
thi j i, sisti d on pi i s< nally shak-
r hand ind then intoning thi
li. bieu prayei ol
thanksgi\ ing.
Not to 11 i i yo mgei
ing us
u bj ;. Ids n
to proudly display their en
i T. Vermesh, a
ithoi It}. om of our
that it was
'-" n I" tter than others
ha i seen in other parts
i Although the set
old, the
eh ol
- il the mosl a\ will
rofits
V-' qui stioning
I
optimistic
about the i it ire They hoped to
acquire new land which had. al-
n ady been promised to them by :
the governor. Some lWi new set-
were expected to arrive bj
the time of the new planting sea-
son. They were however, badly in
"!- m I of anothei tractor, and mate-
rial for building a shelter, a clinic
and a school.
We could not help but be Im-
l by the ol thi -
b'a<* Plow i rs, who accept) d the
of tin lr environment
tint, happy to be
men on their own land foi
first time in 2.000 years, I: .
little people" whos. pi nnies
and dollars had made all this
-ii le could see them now! Thi y
' as soon as land
00,11,1 b i they would build
I ks to
Jehovah for the blessings he had
d upon them.
how. the Afru in nighl was
falling, and we had, reluctantlj to
take leave. The road back to
IDiTOR'8 \otb .i
lol nt Lhi
I' lg : PI :i '.'-. .1 Ml
tlw Black Jew* of
i i u per, ."ii
i i: n tor lhi in t.. entl)
i< ir." toi .in,i other
mi m i
The Falasha arc a Judaic tribe
liumbi ri. 00 w ho trace
t ii lira j.noo years or
t i the time of Solomon and
S H bn, Al one time, thi re were
i- man} as 700.000, but wars.
disease, and forced conversions
have reduced thi ir population to
its on s, nt low -
.Many theories have been ad-
no in an i ffoi t toi xplain theii
in, but none can be authen-
ticated. The most prevalent one
i- thai Mi ni Iik I. son of Sh ba,
came lown into the area after
On destt iction ol th Ti mple, and
ilished the line. Howi \> r, no
wi itti n proof is a\ailable. The
Ethiopian Chi nicies sp .ik of
these "strangers :' isha as
they a
ruled tion of
country. A .1. wish
.' lith est i dynast
. | nturies
!': nch
I levy, at

t' tali \
i
I
t1 vsi strai ii
lei I ol real
t
c JUI ii. s| Ih
I
; ill which
ir synagogui s
mud cir-
ind ivlth a Mogi n David
top.
Si r le, confined to
i lings froi ancient Torah
w i itti n In the Ghi ez Ian
Each vil is three
Kohani st ora ol h
:
rhe ren ut thi
- tii it d< spiti their dif-
lii nil scisti m the} pel sists in
1 til This is
B phei I has nstantly
; ized me. TI
I le, vi rj i asil} solvi theii
l
ol th Miss S det}
Whic
Ei .. In fforl
lhi ir ow n
J ;-^io.'!.
...
g< kernoi th
di re ... ,:,,,-
.' land in
ol Ethiopia wi
Ing that thi .;. th<
land.
Sine, thi ii status in the r,
ri gion is unti nab e-n quirii
the payment ol oi e-third of tin ii
parse Tops to Christian landlords,
an ci nditions this n pn tented th
fust opportunk} foi the*
pn ssed people to i stablish then
own) settlement.
Unfortunately, the Armachoho
ft -ion is the most difficult to con-
quer and devi top. In addition to
Banger from \\ s r.
P.i are,-, ciisputi d b} the S
bj d subject to constant forays b}
r rauding bands
Purth rmon beli r \ irgin ter-
1 itory. the Fal ..., ,. .,
with the probk m of cli aring in-
land ol rocl and foi sts
i.- gii A ti
pn liminar} sh Iti rs, and i I
cut amount ol n d wi n lential
In order to n ach the new ana
M was u j i ir the advance
group to walk the distanci of 180
miles No transportation w is
vail I n tin n, the bare Humera u is J|j
essentials mentioned above, wen after dark. Th
n qoJn d On the day we visited
Airtbober, high in the mountains
Bear Gondar, the .chance part)
returned. unable to maintain
themselves without some assist-
ju ce,
With funds contributed by read-
ers of The Sentinel, a tractor was
Two rays of light hau recently
ired on the so ne that may
some importanl impact on
th< future i I th- Falasha.
The first is the establishn
i ,\. w Yi i k ol a tax-exempt
foundation called the Friends ol
th. B-1 i Israel (Falashai I
munity. Among the trustees an
such distinguished peopli P
Norn an B< ntwii h Mrs. Moshe
Dayan Philip M. Klutznick. Dr.
Israel Goldstein, and this writer.
The second development has
been the issuance of a eomprehen-
,\, n port by David Pi Hey. on
behalf ol the Israel Committee for
the Falasha Population in Eth
ol which Prof. Norn it B ntwich
.hi As a ii suit of this
surve} covering a span ol
vi i ks in the an a. it appeal s I
in ra w settlemi ni can imn
ately accomodatc 1 orm families
and can i xpan l to 5.000 o\
. ol fivi yi ars The i
i equin ment, ol ci mrsi <
New Members Elected Bv
I diversity of Miami Trustees
The I'nivi rslty of Miami B< i I
-ix new mem-
bers including two alumni I
| eli eti d a new ind \ice i hairman dui ing its re-
. nt annual li ctions mi i ting on
.'IS.
Harr} li" I Bassi ti vi
ma sii and a ti usti p since
I! 50, led to succeed I
Do ly, who ii 'i'ii st< ut:
aft i rving on
the Board since 1944 and as -
]'.<'.;. Mr. Dool) ri -
c< ived the honoi ar> degni
ol Laws during thi
ii-rsity's comi era mi nl i v
i his 26-;
i,. shi] I i i P. Kmers
Pi-1 IS also t equi st
tie emeiil
Electi il \ ii, i haii nai h as
Buim Gautier, Jr., n mi
i Board since 1962
: .-
Ni w trusti nami I for l hree-
. ar lei ai Herb I \Y.
; J i
Company and chain
i Foundation; Rob
nan ol the board ol
Floi id i and exo .
pn sidi nt of thi film's pan
an} .Allied Stoi s; Floyd '
M I)., oi Fort I
, ho fo indi d the For! I
II M Quail. I back Club
Broward Citizens Boat
U.WTeni B. Sin ffey, vie
;. nl oi Southern Bell T. i
i Co.. in cl
Fl ida opi i ations
m \\ alumi I trust
L All-worth. ,li
w ith the firm cf Allsw
and Sehuli r. 1
and Ni 11 Schlfl
il Schifl t 'onstt i tioi
w re eli cted b} voti
i e nei al Alumni Associ ii ii i
d by tin Board ol I
l'i sucei ed l.on Wot th t '
"'! mi ice l-Vrie V h
s ri ir nn bei
rms
The Louis D. Brandeis Group of Hadassah
will hold its Eye Bank Luncheon Monday
at noon, in the Fontaine Room of the
Fontainebleau Hotel. Planning the event are
(from lefb Mrs. Bert Fleisher, sponsor; Mrs.
Max Seical. chairman; Mrs. Sam Lid
stein, sponsor; Mrs. David Reinwald, Mrs.
Sam Ruban, presidium presidents; M-
Irving Brandt, Mis. Otto Weisbiod, and I It
A. J. Molasky, sponsors.
Officers of the United Order of True Sisters,
Greater Miami Circle, honored by Variety
Children's Hospital at special dedication
ceremonies included (from left> past national
president Mrs. Rita Rosenfeld, Mrs. Ernes-
tine Miller, who has served as Hospilality
Chairman for 15 years; Mrs. Abraham
Goldman, president; Mrs. Fannie Hausen,
treasurer. Mrs. Elsie Frank, secretary, and
m J?elphme Harris' program chairman.
Mrs. Miller made a personal donation at the
hospital in memory of her late husband.
Jack Miller.
police lieutenant
confided that word of our |
ence had already been communi-
cated to marauding guerilla I
ami he was appn hensive about our
safety.
Fortunately, this time the river
I lov.-d no barrier, and we crossed
quickly. Within four hours, we had
acquired ami an advanci part} of returned to our base in Humera.
f I Forget Thee. O'Jerusalem," is the theme
of the Miami Beach Chapier of Hcdassah's
Education Day program, to be held at the
Algiers Hotel from 10 a.m. to 2:30 pm
Monday, Feb. 23. Making plans for the day
are, from left, (seated; the Mesdames Albert
Gitlow. Philip Thau, president. Jay Dermer.
Benjamin Steinmuller, Michael Feinstein;
(standing) Esther Tyson. Sarah Liebernson.
Max Berkley. Elizabeth Richman. Jennie
Applerouth. Ben Zion Giventer and Lillian
Price.


Fnday
February 6, 1970
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Ai im asing number of i
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Interest Increases On Savings Bonds
The '.ale Isaa el S ivi '
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Thter Nathalie Babel,
ook's edilci
the '-1.0C0 lil al the
annual meetinc. oi B'rith'8
adult Jewish education com-
ision, Feb. 22. in New York.
Women* Social Club
Installs Its Officers
The Royal Atlantic Women's
.. |aj Club held its firsl Installa-
ol officers tliis w-.k ,it the
\ ;, pa Hoti I Maya Ja) Dormer
., i-M-.i ^is Installation officer; Rab-
i i David Raab "i Temple Beth
i. i| ',..! ; ivc the Invooetion
Mis Esther Rubinstein was
tailed is president. Otl
fleers Install) d Includi >i Lillian
... Moll) Haber and Mar)
pi isldenU; Sophie
Landsman, in asu ei Edna Roth-
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Friday, February 6, 197(
Study Reveals The Jewish Mother To Be
The 'Most Libeled Female In The World'
NEW YORK iJTAl The
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i pioneering survey of
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The fin lings ......
The Jewish Wife." by
son Schv Bar-
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I Politz R' hich in-
volved a similar 5tud>
matching sample of 201 non-
sh w iv< md a re-interview
of 50 Jewish respondents Som
of the findings, including a dis-
closure th I ite strong f> -
ngs ( .1 *1sh I li tity, attend-
ance of the Jewish wives at
synagogue services was min
, -, >;- i previously In pub-
lished excerpts in a national
magazine.
The data in the book indicated
that Jewish hushinds and wives
had better working partnerships
than the non-Jewish couples and
th.it communication was very
dose. When husbands wen: on
I isin, a trips 6 of then- tele-
ned their wives < vi ry day
while slightly m >re than -10';
of the inn-Jewish wives received
- nilar calls from their spouses.
Jewish couples were found to
- end relatively little time
apart. More than half of the
Jewish wives, compared to abmt
40'; of the non-Jewish wives.
- '. they disapproved of hus-
bands stopping for "drinks with
the boys" on the way home
after work. Despite popular no-
tions to the contrary, Jewish
wives were less materialistic
than the non-Jewish women.
finding from a
- is to
what '. ssessions thej
On such material items.
as home, car. appliances and
tun vish ives gave
lower rankings than did the
Jewish ones
Conflicts with mothers-in-law
1 I sci i| tions o\ the older
women as pushy and donri-
ing" and clashes "wi re
like heavyweight bouts. B'i'
this visceral language was used
primal a release an escape
A1 no time did any ol
suggest a c implete
h m ima and none
ceased their frequent \isits to
mothers-in-law."
Jewish mothers strive to keep
the closi -t possible track of
their children as they grow up
and the closeness continues after
the children are married. Nearly
55'; of the Jewish mothers
as compared with about 44'; of
the non-Jewish ones said that
a married daughter should K
her parents at least once a week.
A-l Labor, Inc. Is
Acquired by Ryder
One of Miami's largest tem- ,
porary industrial services :
A-l Labor Inc.. has been acquired
hy Ryder Systems, Inc.. from its
owner, Cy Spiegel. The business
will be operated as Ryder Tem- ,
porary Personnel Inc.
Mr. Spiegel, who has had 30
years experience in the industrial
services field, will be retained by
Ryder as a consultant and an of-
fice services section, to furnish
business with stenographers, typ-
ists, clerks and other types of
office workers will be established
early in 1970. President James A.
Ryder said.
Since announcing its entry into
the temporary help fit Id in Sep-
tember, Ryder Temporary Person-
nel has opened offices in Cincin-
nati, Clevtland and Philadelphia.
Members of the Hialeah City Council joined
business leaders of the area at ground-
breaking ceremonies for the permanent
home of the Peoples Hialeah National Bank
recently. Left to right are Ellis Love'.l. vice
president of the Palm Springs Lakes Corp..
which owns the land leased to the bank:
Hialeah Councilman Charles Whiteacre;
Stewart Eisenberg, builder and developer;
Bing KossciJ, president of PSLC; Hialeah
Councilman Victor Wilde end Ray Love:'.
secretory of PSLC. The new two-story,
Colonial-style building, involving an Outlay
cf around S250.000, will be situated m the
Pa'.m Springs Lckes Shopping Center al
NW 138th Street near the Palmetto Bypass.
Construction is expected to be complete:
within five months.
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Of
Special Interest
to the
Legal Stenography Is
Added To Curriculum
The legal stenography course
recently add->d to the curriculum
Ol the North Mi imi Adult
tion Center prepares yoim< w imei
for a career in the law office, and
pecially helpful to women who
may be returning to work after
an absence of a few yeai
fering them an opportunity to re-
freah their memories bring ther*
up to date on procedur
brush up on their technical skills
Material covered in the course
consists of basic informat! n
cernlng the court systems
procedures, form of pleadings,
basic legal voc bulary and
tiee in dictation and transcription.
The registration and machines fee
for the course is $5.00. The
meets on Tuesdays and Thursdays
from 7 to 10 p.m. Inquiries may be
made at the North Miami Adult
Education Center between the
hours of 3 and 9:30 DA
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FVlday. February S, 1975
He is a good Temple member, lives an exemplary life, is a devoted husband and father.
But he is neglecting an important moral obligation.
He has not yet made his cemetery arrangements. Like other
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calmly. They can be made without emotional pressure.
They can be made wisely, and they can be made together
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your family, we urge you to do so now. In this way, you
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