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

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Jewish newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami

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

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University of Florida
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"Jewish ffloridian
Combining THE JEWISH l/NiTf and THE JEWISH WEEKLY
. 43 Number 7
Miami. FloridaFriday. February 13, 1970
Three Sections Price 2'.-:
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Actress Hurt In El Al Attack In Munich
, thr fifth A b : lerilla ac-
E Al Ultri Airl.no
" 3Q ths, grenade-
",/krv. ..tl.rk.nl
- ** U,,dan
'r-
BHn, \ p. Tuesday
Oik P ""
12
was k led ind
t the
terrorists. MOTS wounded in the
fight.
Vss^oJ. Da) all. 'It-.war-old a.
tor son of I-.ri.li Defense Minis-
i.t Moshe Da) an. n among
trw pu.*enzm. but he m not
hurt.
Hanna Moron, one of Is-
rael's beait-known actresses, was
wounded Doyan accompanied
hor to a Munich hospital, where
she was reported in serious con-
dition
Police identified the dead pas-
tenger as Anon Katzenstein, 32,
from Haifa, whose father. Heinz,
57. was among tho six passen-
gers wounded Tht others
wounded were the plane's pilot
and fli"ht engineer, a policeman
and the terrorists.
Tho grenades exploded in an
Plane
Engage In Dogfight,
Shot Down Over Suez
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la and
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planes > '"

Israelis v '' d
roundi d i in I gyptian
air atta.-k in I iral tecUM
si tht Suei Cana Monda i
and Isia.; and h losl a
>'t as air via: f I ihe /on.-
incivasfd in tnt< I The air-
craft >nt dowi dogfight
that developed alt Egyptian
military target 11 been at-
tacked and the [si noli pilot w as
raptun-1 alt. out,
An Egyptlai indo i aid
so the Si: i resulted
" It* death ol I < apture
of throe others when they won
Inti rci pted b) an Isi a< ii pal i ol
n. ,.i the Mitloh pass. A hand
gi, i ad. tini.un ai a militaiy
vehicle exploded In the atreet In-
juring a Gaza resident, and Jor-
danian and laraeli forces clashed
both north ai d south <>f the s. a
of Galileo
Egyptian aircraft made hit-
and-run at ticks <>n Israeli posi-
tions in the canal /one. one of
which occurred over the Firdan
bridge naai the canal's muip
In the ottior. two Egyptian |eta
dropped bombs Dear the south-
ern end of tho waterway and
flod. a military unokesman said
The sir battle and bombing;
r....i aMaasuaad .. sraeaMad the
most a\age tU.lit.nE between l-
rali aiMt Kgyptian foreei since
the June. 1907 war. an Israeli
military spokesman aaid> A num-
ber of Bgypttaa planes engaged
., number of Israeli plane* at
medium altlfdm. Two Egyptian
13 Groups Form
Zionist Federation
NEW YORK iJTAi Thir-
te*n American /. miza-
bom particip I. | filia-
tion nf a nry, A .. ,., -/....nisi
' 11 trength-
nismii I'nitcd Stai
Th^ u.-w rent mi organisation
"'" awsh-pa in sii.-h areas
's %. youth, .i.Hisi, ednes
Baa. pokttc Information ami in
Jwaal Jewish .,...,unal affairs.
fneaeUen ... i ,i a cord-
"" "ith ,i... ,.., ,.,,. ,
-'th World Zlonl.l < en-
pti in .|un.\ IftSU

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\H-M-
I for Isra.
ns and
Mll.'s were hit hi aerial -ai.
non fire. One exploded hi mid-
air and the other crashed in
llanies. The pilot of tho latter
was area balling out.
I Uiyah B"i
h Pio-
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America, and tho Zionist Organi-
zation ot America.
Rabbi Israel Miller. Assistant
to tho President of Yeshlva Uni-
versity, was elected Interim
officei s will !>' .'looted
The new Federation wan or-
ganized under the ehnirmanship
"f : committee hi-adel b> Ra'dn
Miller and Mrs. < harlotte Jacob
son. termer preaideat of Hadas-
s->h. who K it membiT of the
Executive ot the lewlsk Ageac)
and the World Zionist Organi/a
lion
FVeviously American Zionists
c tordin ited thro igh the
Amei Ic .n Zionist C um il, in ot
ganizatktn which operated on a
limited b .-is and m which
ber oi : iniz ttions could eto pro-
iii ol "'h -ii Ihev di( l
i\t The new Fedei iti >n
w ii function on the basis ol
maiorlt> vote of 11 mei
s'-.i|. I'nllke Ihe A i Zi m-
i Counci1 it will als i bi
lo individual membership
well men '" "
.. ......
and fraternal groups
According to an Israeli spokes-
man, I-: '' : iici -'Hfered only
Ihn e i tsu titles Jurinc Ihe en-
tire week-i :id oi fighting t 'oi j>
ftzhak Mashiah 20 *as kill I
and tu other soldiers t>
wounded in n heavj artillerj ex-
betWi :i Israel-, and
Egyptian forces In the southern
section of the canal /! on
Kiida\
Tlw ^m.'U1i.>ii began on r'n-
da> when Egyptian frogmen
sank an Israeli naval auxiliary
,, s-i in Eilal harbor and dam-
aged an laradi landing crafl
Within hours, Israeli jots at-
tacked and sank i 700 ton Rus-
slan-bulll Egyptian mine-layer
in Ihe Gulf ol Sue*, poun led
Egyptian positions in the north-
ern section of the Sue/ Canal
zone and ranged at will over
Egyptian territory to blasl mil-
itary encampments and ammuni-
tion dumps In the Nile Valley
and Nile Delta.
Israeli jets stniek at niilitar>
targets near Tort SoeS at the
euiai's southern entrance, scor-
ed direet hit* on an Bgyptta"
iimniunition duni|> ne-ar the m
dtassrial town of Heiaoaa and
installations at tho
Arinv camp 16 miles
Carl" on Sunda>. A
aiqMut lounge and aboard a
bits lakiiiK |iu.sseugers to the
p'ane which had stopped in Mu-
oioh on u lllartit from Tel Aviv
to London. Some of th* injured
were on the ruts. Others, were
passengers who were \..ntn t ill
thi terminal.
Hermann Schreiber, tho head
of tho Munich polico department,
said 19 persons were on th. bus
when the attack began. 'Hie bus
was parked outside the terminal
and the pilot and copilot were
walking toward it when three
Or four men armed with |>is-
I'-N blocke I their path.
\vner Idan. minister at the
Israeli Embassy in itonn. iald
the pilot saw one Arab pull a
grenade from his pocket and
threw himself onto the Arab."
Thi crewmen and the attack-
er were injured bj a gren ide
thai exploded near them is the>
smashed
ln.sli.is
north of
Continued on Page 5-A
grappled, Idan said.
When another terrorist jump-
ed aboard tho bus and threat-
en tho driver, he pressed the
button which opened tho rear
door so the passengers could
escape.
After another terrorist threw
a grenade into tho bus a fire-
fhtht broke out between the -
tackers and police.
Police said their initial it
ligation indicated the attack
was made by three Aral's, h,t
a fourth Arab was seized at th I
aii port, and remained in p.
custody.
The Arab guerrilla orgai
tKm Popular Democratic I
for the Liberation of Pal
issued a staterm nt from A i -
man. Jordan, claiming credil
the attack, bul later drnii
s| onsiblity
Washington Awaiting
Soviet Reply To Note
WASHINGTON tWNSi The
Nixon Administration i~ await-
ing Moscow s naaponsa lo its o*.-
fer t.. dlscusi a limitation on
arms shipments to tho Mideast
which was eontainod in a note
sent by President Nixon to Rus-
sian Premier Aleksei N Kosygin.
The contents of Ihe exch in re
..: notes between the two lead-
ers and notes from Moscow to
I >n Ion and P "is h-ne not bei n
disclosed. bUl Israel ivaS inlonil-
. I ol the .1. tails of 'he notes be-
tween Washington and Moscow,
it was reported.
President Nixon was said to
have proposed the arms cub as
p a t ..f i three-part plan for re-
ducing Mideast tension Parl
two was observance by all sides
Of the United Nations ceasefire
lines set up alter the Six-Day
War, and part three called for
Moscow to respond more affirm-
atively to past American peace
formulas for the Mideast
Denying Russian charges thai
Washington was responsibli
the continuing Mideast crisis i>
supplying arms to Israel. Mr
Nixon noted that Moscow was
arming the Arab states and re-
affirmed his earlier statement
that th.' U.S. would continue t
supply Israel if it was felt that
this was necessary for her de-
fense This point was Mr Nix-
on's response to Kosygin's hint
that Moscow would accelerate
delivery of advanced aircraft
and other equipment to the
,\r iba if the I'.s did not cease
arming Israel.
Western newsmen have re-
ported from Cairo that S
airfreighters have been arriving
at Egyptian military bases with
advanced electronic equipment
and anti-aircraft material, bul
there were no signs that th-
Russians hive sent their high
performance MIG-23 fighters
and Sukhoi-9 attack bombers
Continued on Pae 10-A
Jewish Population Study
Gets Under Way In March
A i led viah populn-
tudj m i>..d.- Count) it
i,, get undei waj in March, uc
mnoitncemonl n i I.
U .v,-, k l>\ Milton W. iss pr. si
dent ot the Greater Mi mi li *
,. oi The current planning
for 'Ins project is report.
,,, the Federation's Execu-
tive Committee al Its I isl meeting
Conducted as part of the
i a sh Popi H
Study" ol the Com lew *i
. .. ; i \\-. || ,.. Fun Is,
V mil phase will be
one of
here
studied
the
the
firsl
local
in the country
c immunit) i~
:n d. pth
ii is inttclpated that the study
w ill > lei i Inform il I m the size
n and location .>: our
i mitj Mr Weis
s iid 'In addition, material will be
gather d on i variety of matti -
which can be extremelj useful in
ii al> 2 hal many pe iple feel
Is the faStl si gTOM in.' ; "Wit
munit) the United St ites
Oi of the niti u -
. JtUdj Will lie t .
pros ide l> isic .i.i t th. F
-,, i |j ictivat. i" >m
it> Planning (' immittee
Th Counc I ol -' ish r'
tions and Welf ire Funds th
linatii
study, represents mon lb
federations I
Si ind Cai
Othei i '-
the Federation's l xecutive
mitt. ..t Us Januarj meet
were
The Executive Co
Continued on Page 7-A


Page 2-A.
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Friday. February 13, 197Q
Israel's Deputy Prime Minister
To Launch 1970 Bond Campaign
Technion Dinner Will
Honor Industrialist
ll.s Excellency Yigal Alton, Dep-
uty Prime Minister of the St
Israel, will launch the 1970 world-
wide campaign for Israel Bonds
i international Inaugural Con-
ference which will be held I
Thursday, Feb. 26, through Sun-
day, March 1st al the Founl
i Hotel.
PI ins for the four-das P ,r|,'>
which will to s.'ll a
tal in Isi i dur-
ng 197 nnounci I
s eul R Natioi Cb -
paign Ch i the Israel
serve as
c 'h lir the Conl
Mr. v iho :- also Isr iel's
: riture,
ning to the Unit) I States 1
be the -' f honor at the Con-
ferenc< A test nonial dinner of
weloome and tribute to the Deputy
Primo Minister will take place at
the Conference on Saturday i
ine, February 28th.
More than 22,000 Jewlsl
from communities throughout the
Vnited States and Canada will par-
H hie!-
will !> In_
' Premie M -
Peerce, Natioi Divi-
in, w Mrs
Itzhak Ra n f Israel's Aril-
biissad totl tedS
be 1 t of hon ol I u

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lion ol th city >l S
and was nm lei
. nti i mthern tr n
General Alton has been a mem-
ber of the Knesset (Parliament!
sibility, in his capacity as national since 19W ind Y '~\?
chairman of the Conference, to <* I-'b"- from J??1 ?*? *
direct the over-all pre-conferei>C3 '"' ""e I**"** Pn:,:o *I,'"sU''" '"
the enroll-1 Jul>'' IS88 ,; a88U,ned ms a'1dl"
x DeJur ret red it lusl
,, A | ... guest ol honor at
a lean T chnl n Socl ty's m-
YICAL U0M
ticipa'e in the Conference sessions | operations invohing
The 1970 Israel Bond drive has as ment for 19T0 of top Isra. I Bond '"' fu *
its objective the provision of at purchasers throughout the United '
isi half of Israels D. nent Si it and CanaOa
Of M
ilso sTved as Is
Immicration.
ol Edu-
He has
iel s Minister ol
Budget of $500,000,000 fur the Working out
year. I headquart -rs, he will be in direct A native of Isra< land
Stressing the -..... '" contact *1 i Bond i n vari- I nl >f a lot
camp d Mr. Rothbe' us nn mil I it N in that countrj
America to I vas the first executivi officer
- list I '
suit" of 11 the 1 Dinner
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OUR ANSWER TO NASSER is
unity to make Israel economi-
cally strong by buying Israel
Bonds and giving til it hurts!
Mays'nie Friedberg
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Board and staff thank you.
residents,
AARON KRAVITZ
JHA Vice President
Chairman
Thrift Shop Committee
Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovsky
MS MKHIGAn'aVL. MIAMI BEACH I JEWISH HOME FOR THE AGFH
nun] dinner in the Fontaine
ii t< M ircti 7 Jaco R
in ; the South F >i I
Chapter. .r..\ h >norar>' r* :
has annoui
Mr. Rifkin -... I Mr Di '
:., honored "in recognition
distinctive efforts ami
lions .n building and stn
Tcchnion-Israel Institute
\ prominent
ol [si ..I. his devotion to thi
trj and dedication to its
hn\i resulted in the est
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.. > TcchnJon.
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ind sini. r I
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man} philu ithropic <-n h .
"He has a k'- n undersl i
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Mr. Rifkin. "He truly t>;..:
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February
13. 1970
+Je*lstrhri4i&n
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passer Mid-Winter Conference Chairman
Coral Gablei Flortda.
trlaltauand
"" 1 i in- been named at-
rthj fifth an-
f'i,,, Hiitadnil Devetop
His appont-
. Enounced by William
, .,, Ph.ladcl,*ia. s long-
chairman of the
hi Jew-
board
hairman of
Executive committee members
include Miss Lillian Goodman,
Abraham Grunhut, Mcm> Levin,
Leonard Roaen, Samuel Zltner and
Malcolm Woldonberg. Mrs. Anna
Brenner Mcjeera is cochairman ol
the legal committee with Judge
Herbert S. Shapiro.
Gerald Schwartz, public relations
counsel for the Histadrui Foun-
dation, are coordinating plans foi
the three-day conference.
Sti
Mr Kisxt is
nmitteeo
of the
jWent.UM,
T vm YVVCA i Greater Ml-
Ifto ch.....' '"" M'"
lUvforSouth
the American
;;;: commit^
, Specia advU-
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p I and
1 '"!' Mr'
. Board, M

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Onmto
nub in 1 vvhorc ,
I and
poring committee members In-
clude Louis Afhbar, Dr. Bernado
Joseph Bernstein, Mrs El-
sie Bonem, Manuel Burstein, Mr
and Mrs Sol Caller, Mrs. Harry
, ._ ,, Chaet, Marvin Cooper, Morris
EdRvard nimaroff. executive di- '
recior of the Israel Hlstadrul Cooper, Mary Daniels, l>i
Council of South Florida, and P.
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rjenistncrrdian
Friday, Februarv i;
Jewish FloridJan
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Volume 43
Friday. February 13. 1970
Number 7
7 IADAR 5730
Threats Will Get Them Nowhere
While Israel and Egypt continue to accelerate their
"incidents" at an alarming rate, the Soviet Union con-
tinues its blind support of the Arab nations to the point
where, it seems, it can contribute nothing more than more
fuel to the flames of the Middle East crisis.
More arms for Egypt shows that Moscow has not
learned yet that this is not the way to solve the problem.
The Arabs have received plenty of war material since the
crushing defeat of 1967. No amount of additional weapons
can overcome the skill and desire of the Israelis to survive,
no matter what the cost, and if that lesson is not clear by
now we wonder when it ever will be.
Whatever one thinks of the latest United States
proposals, at the very least they show President Nixon's
desire for a search for a just settlement in the Middle East.
If the Soviet Union was crs serious about peace, it would
save its threats and its arms and join this country in an
honest effort to end the arms race and bring the contending
forces to the table for peace talks. Threats, as the New
York Times said recently, will get them nowhere.
Sitting Back Smugly Is Unwise
President Nixon's message of assurance to the Emer-
gency Conference of Jewish leaders in Washington was.
of course, welcome in that it made public the positive
United States support of Israel at a time it was needed
to clear the air.
Lest anyone think that the meeting was not necessary,
since what was said was not exactly new, we doubt that
it would have been said publicly without the pressure
that the emergency session created. Although it is not
wise to march on Washington with every slight shift of
the State Department's historically shifty Middle East
policy, American Jewish leaders have learned that it is
not wise to sit back smugly and accept even "moderate"
changes in this nation's course. If nothing else, the emer-
gency meeting confirmed that.
A Question Of Timing
At a time when Catholic parochial schools are facing
a financial crisis, the Archdiocese of Miami has shown
courage and integrity by announcing that it would .not
accept new enrollments because of the sensitive issue of
integration of the public schools here in Dade County.
There is no comparable Jewish authority in our com-
munity but we would hope that those groups contem-
plating the establishment or the expansion of Jewish day
schools some of which were in the planning stage for
years would think of the public relations effect on the
totel Jewish community of their actions before putting
them into effect next September. We do not criticize the
day-school movement, we question the timing.
Differences End At The Border
The observance of Combined Jewish Appeal-Israel
Emergency Fund Sabbath in our synagogues last week
was more than lip-service on the part cf the community's
religious leadership. It was a sliong statement by Reform,
Conservative and Orthodox Jews that their differences
as it is with other Jews stops at the borders cf Israel.
Not to be lost on any Jew affiliated with a syna-
gogue or not is the statement that the Jewish tradition
of "tzedakah" makes charity not an option but a religious
responsibility. The responsibility for taking care of our less
fortunate brethren, whether in Israel, behind the Iron Cur-
tain, or locally is not just that of the religious community
but everyone who considers himself a Jew, and it is right
for the rabbis to remind us of that.
Simple arithmetic would have
it that 1984" the date U
well as the fulfillment of George
Orwell's classic projection of the
complete police state is still
a comfortable 14 years away.
We hardly pay am attention to
what lean the rantings of Black
Panthers, white ultra-mtlitants
and civil libertarians in proti against actions of our Fedi
state and local governments, the
military establishment. the
school system, business and in-
dustry, not to say unnamed and
-end* Yet all of these
would appear to be in 'he I
ness of bringing that frightening
vear closer to US.
I have often been critical of
our press for its failures but.
thank heavens, it is daily tolling
a story which, when piec-d to-
gether as I have done with
accumulation of clippings over
the past several months, stands
,,- a warning to all who smugly
believe there is no question we
will survive as a free people.
Begin with the latest news
the unmasking of secret agents
posing as newspapermen in Viet-
nam and follow it with the
protest against the attempt by
the Justice Department to s
the files of news maga/in.--
television networks and radio
stations, efforts which appear to
be designed to make newsmen
police agents of the govern
They will thus lose their free-
dom of access to the news
this already has happened -
and we will be the lore's.
T..ke a look at the omnibus
anti-crime bill which c "-'' '
tive Sen. Sam Ervin of North
Carolina who in the Interest
of that conservatism is fighting
a lonely battle to stop tho ero-
sion o! our rights -ays will
limit the -4th amendment, erode
the 5th and act to combat crime
by assaulting our constitutional
rights. Or the no-knock" fea-
ture of the drug control bill
wh -h strikes .n the heart of
our homes as i lanctuary
-,-t unwarranted police ac- .
Those, of course, are legal
.----- even if unconstitutional.
Think of what is taking place
without benefit of law. Justice
las has written that "every
nee i > it merit
lings is assumi d to bo bug-
8,,; .-, tin hot< Is in Washing-
have allotmi nts of rooms
that are wired f"r sound an 1
contain two-way mirror- SO
. (he occupants can be taped
or filmed."
The Justice Department not
only wireta| I information
which it cannot use in court be-
Ci use ;t is illegal but has found
a technical way to pet the raw
material on the court record
and then made public so that
many, possibly innoont of any
wrongdoing, have their reputa-
tions destroyed beyond repair.
Th' tactics, presumably in the
Interest of law and order, sub-
vert the very law Itself, much
as did th. House Un-An*
Activities Committee thro igh
the release of its unedited docu-
ments during its worst days
For four year-, the Miami
Herald revealed only recently,
United States army intellig<
men some 1.000 in plain-
clothes h,.. : elos< ly
watching civilian political
t\.'v in this country Computer
banks now provide data on p .
by EDWARD COHEN
tically everyone wh. has taka]
part in some protest
Not just tho violence-pro '.!
volutionary o: ,r
the NAACP. the Am. ric
Liberties Union and th.
Utd Laymen United As
War in Vietnam ;-.-
amplcs are unr!< c |
In Olean. NY eight
cameras wore m >.. 'r**\\
light [Kilos to keep .. .,
a throe-block -,
eye of what Orwi I
Brother," who isn't rl '
1984. The Oors |
Commission ha- a
signment of a p.' ,
its junior high ha .- -,-t
of resident symbol
not to say a listening ; [orI
the adult community
mentation of them in) |
acts is by now
and wt do not lnclud< I
tho overt acts of th. ;>
FBI. tho CIA and Oth
have come to light
Of course there's h
though it grows unal Hi
people frightened ) v
real evidence of cnm< I
violence of crime and vio!< ;g
our midst turn in their : ir to
the kind of repnin
inevitably, reaches tV.
as the criminals and
t binaries. Tho horn -
- : natives like > nat< a
and in organizations like the
American Civil Libert i.
which, as it catobrat.es 50th
anniversary" this year I
ci\cn any ground
othor times as thn
tod l> in the battle '
"1W4" off OX M
calendar.
MATTER OF FACT
by JOSEPH ALSOP
WASHINGTON There is
something downright hallucina-
tory in the way the danger of
a Sino-Soviet war constantly
- ms to grow greater, while
everyone goes blandly on as
though no such danger could
possibly exist
Within the government, th
consequences are sometimes
close to comic. For a lot
for instance, the government's'
i sbelilevers in this danger have
rs. .I 30 s..\ lei !. sions m Ih
Uss n i Rli.. rontii r ...- a 11
of magic number.
It h.i- mattered not at all that
even 30 full-strength d sions
repn senti l an i >i mo is in-
r of thi strength the
Soviets onI> r.....ntly thought
needful to guard their fr il
With China. Thin. ns.il
was argued, were no more than
tho requirement for norm
tense, plus th, req for
the none war Mot : I
waging against Pe
Bui now ,i th
strength di\ htlon in th.
has boon positivi ly
di\ ision's forward
are only 40 miles I
Chinese border. Yet il
being claimed that thi>
really on the frontier
magic number still h I
Thai is not th.
either. By some stn i
.! -r-.i. as i >' ago n
th,- spaCC, the SOVi
esi iblished their first i .;
tary district since Wot
on the mo^t vulnerable
the Chines bordt
haj been dis ounti I
Ir.ipl) n ; .inv in.
t ength
Yi in army f< ur di\
Ls the normal n
strength of an I
d sti let, ind son* '.
ii iJer a i i '
.... irmy havi
i: i new i
T pa iiv also
. L v .'!..,.
MrTI.....J >
- I i .. i iib. t ':
, I. I .-, I
unless you choose to I*
the Soviet Deffn
created the new nl Itarj
i i thi fun of it. ai
s viet official- havi I
paeitic line in tli-ir more
1 .Iks with highly placed *
cans, and U.S. diplon
deserve extreme respect
among those who discount WI
danger of war. Yet it
known that the Sino-Soviet I
in Peking are not merely I
CenMmied on # M


primary 13, 1970
vJtnist fkrkMaffl
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hog Fights Down Planes Over Suez
iontintK.1 tro"> rm* >)
r m.-\ >''""' *** :'" '*"
"^ Lev, Chief of
:irn>'d fores.
erview Sat-
I
I
: I

. -',11 '- I I:>'P' al'
in ,11-oUl war.
the Egyp-
.. ,- not entirely
. r Egypt's
in..
I
I .
I
-
naval base,
might have
Kilat attack
iver "f
the T-43 type, which can.'
Cr ol BO and l| armed With
double K"1 turrets, was lighted
off the Egyptian naval base of
Ghardaka in the Gulf of Sue/
and shadoueri by Israeli jets for
two hours before the attack.
Direct hits \wrw tcorod despite
evasive action taken by th- VI >-
sel.
The Israeli thief of Staff
said the KKy|itiun assault on
l.ilat Was all attempt hy Preti-
dent < iiim.il Abdel >'ivt to
Impress the leaders of lour \ruh
ioiintrii-s who eiii\ene Fritl.iv to e'wirdinate h-ittle plans
against Israel. Kins Himein of
Jordiui. Hri-irienl Nuumldin Al-
Ala-s*i of Syria and delegations
frum Iraq and the Sudan htk
meetint in the KgV|>liau capttal
.is Israeli bonih* *wlitd iHi on
target. 16 nsUss away. The tar-
Kts ini'liuliHl the Asyut ramp
in the Nile Valley where Egypt
has a hnne arms store and the
Tel K.I KeMf ramp on the Is-
maUta-Carlo read,
A group !! lop milit iry lead-
ers headed by Defense Minister
M >she l>a% in, h irried I i Eilat
for first-h ind reports of the
fn nvn attack Others present
were (ien Bur-Lev. Navy Com-
mander Botzrr and Gen. Aric
Sharon, southern eonunand h
Gen. Dayan said there was al-
ways a possibility of penetration
of the Kilat port area, despite
precautions, and that he was con-
vinced that there was no neg-
ligence on th part of the
"i.mis. He noted that there h.,,1
been a similar attack on two
membership sships in th.
harbor two months a?o. and re-
iterated that the latest act was
a military action against B mili-
tary target b;t if the Egyptians
enlarged their attacks t,> hit ci-
vilian targets "the Egyptian! u
, shall be in quite another
position."
If ife Receives Letter
From Kidnapped Man
TEL AVIV tJTAl Alert
apparently written by Sh
Roseawaaser, t h e Met .
: ighl w itchmaa IridrtappPd b>
Lebanese terrostets, ha* Maghed
" Ifi i the Internati
Red Cro .
Mrs R.....nwasser said thi *-
ter, written m ( zcch *l \
while he normally corresj >i
In the Rumanian langu i1
quired about the where tbo il
the family and whether they h 11
ugl I r he iting be
weather in Metullah at th.-
time ol year is cold. Sh< -
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*Jenistfhri(ff3tr Friday, February 13, 1970
Genocide Measure
Is On Nixon's Desk
WASHINGTON iJTA
Si w i p Rose-
, Ai torm y '
Mitchajl
- lonl N x in th '" I
Si ites ratifj the Inl .
Convention for the Prevention
:md Punishmeni of
idoptcri !>> the United Nations
m 1948
Tho m< asm > is now on the
...- nfs desk ex-
pecte i i" i-k the Senat -
ly for its advice ind consent or.
i itification, as required by I >
The i .-- l< I'.....' '" on c ime
into iree on Jan. 12, 1951. Tin
Unite I Si took tli li id in
drafting i' but .i bill for it< rat-
ii on h-i< been pigeon-holed
in t! s "' n Relati >ns
Committee since 1949 when i<
was sent there b> Pn -
Harr> S. Trum in On .Ian. 30.
nation to ratifj the Convention,
ring the U.S. the only major
power not v t> to it.
Th.' Jewish Labor Committee t
ha> aeni telegi mmen-
on to Mr. Rog< rs :. Mi
Mitchell foi i ig their recom-
mendation io President Nixon
Th-> JLC Is one of 52 natioi '.
civic, religious and labor organi-
zation* forming the Ad Hoc
Committee in Human Rights
nn Americ m Jew .-' C mui. t<
- i :i pi iuded the recommei
lion, in tel grams to Pi i sident
\ \ M :'. i' Mr.
Mitchell. i
Films Being Shown
At Wometco Theatres
Playing an exclusive ei gagi -
men) at th< Dadeland Twin I and
Twin II is '/..' Th< Happy End-
ki _" logins .H th.- Surl I >'..
Shoi Suniland and Gables, and
"A Dream of Kings" at in.- Palm
Springs M i I S nset on
Friday
Hollun is include "Topaz" tn
163rd Street, Car-
l>le and 27th Avenue; "Cactus,
it Carib. and "Ma-
I" it tin- Bvron
Honorees at the Labor Zionist dinner on behalf of Israel
Bond Sunday niqht at the Fontainebleau Hotel were Mr.
and Mrs. Jack Filosof, seen here receiving the Jerusalem
Peace Award from Col. Giora Navon, Israeli military hero.
Looking on is Dr. Leon Kronish, national vice chairman of
the Israel Bond Organization, who made an eloquent
appeal for Israel Bonds, resulting in sales totaling some
S252.600.

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- February 13.
1970
+ kistlhridlir
Page IK
Jewish Population Study
Gets I nder Way InMarch
ift..iniH-d from ''C- 1A>
the
Mwonsufl
: appeal a '-"
feney
y m I
it> existing
lined
1 Kni'T-
.1 1970.
National
araelf
month in
ami dolejfKtlon t Emergency Oonfa
ivhlch wu hoi l lait
Washington, DC.
The Federation'! Biiililins
Committee reported that bids were i
... .- thai ill being otMatnad from nib-contrac-
' '" tors and that a total cost estimate
that the CJA should lie available by mld-Feb-
reduc-d in lieu of the u, >
BJ Jrfve. *' h IS '"narki^
swlfm re-
v | thai .." con-
'' ,"! Children's Service A descriptive
j>ii sentdtion ^.is made on the pro-
Club b Defaced By
Tar In Argentina
BUENOS A IRIX (JTA1
Four tar l>ombs were hurled t*i -
week against the facade of this
city's largest Jewish elub. the
Sociedad Hebraic Argentina.
There was rincl |iarfT-om
defacing ih> structure. Police
founil leaflets aianed bv th-'
"Guardia Rcstauradora Va^ion-
altat i," a local anti-Semitic
croup.
Poorvu Named To Lead
Bostonians' Bond Effort
Samuel \v. Poorvu of Chestnut innounced. Mr. Poorvu's br I-
Ilill, Mas<>Ajy)yyi|icjit reaUWljUe quarters will be in the Israel Bond
developer and civic leader, will Im Office at the Barcelona Hotel,
chairman of Israel Bond activity\43*? r;,||ins Ave" M,ami Bench'
for
The Executive Committee en-'
domed a proposed "outreach" pro-
gram of the Jewish Family and
( "Sine a B". which Is geared to teen-
.. ?'',. ;..n agen who would be seen in a
j to the sp. campaign .,,,.,,,,,,,._, Federation's
;-., ned -o approval was sought because of
liat "''' '* ,h' unlquonea of this program
I the implications it will have
in the community. .
f
,,- ,fu n programs
, !v and
. iceeds >l
riA''(MM|*" v roximatelj
'- "''

<
i N '
I Vpneal and
.... i Is in
th

j I i Siat

ii '
nd C '
\ report was received oil dis-
cussions held to 'l it n the
if ihi itr"n| !' >nd T u
' on an I the Fed. ration v
I g
MM) art I '
Greater Boston residents In
the Miami Beach area this winter,
I' rnard (; irber, general chair-
Argentine Jews have been ask- man, state of Israel Bonds, has
ed by their representative body,
the PA1A. to contribute gener-
ously for the victims ol last
week's railroad disaster which
took over 11)0 lives, the worst
in Argentine history. "Only
brother!} underst inding from all
sections of our people1 can com-
tort those who have suffered so
terribly." th.' DAIA said.
The organization also pub-
1 slid th, text ol I letter it sent
t.> the Soviet V' ssador, furl
Volski on oehalf of the 18 Geor-
. in imll es w ho
to the United Natloi help
in i lii
l' M.\ said the \
! (ion
1
SAMVU W.POORVU
Several functions for residents
of Greater Boston are planned in
the Miami area this month, to Im
climaxed by the Israel Bond 1970
Inaugural Conference at the Fon-
tainebleau Hotel, Miami H.....h.
Fob _"' through Much l
I .onjj ic! ive in c immun; I -
oi s \i; p.,. \ u last \eai w.is
named M in of the Year'' >
Jewish Memorial Hospital for dis-
tinguishi I -'.i i' as chain in of
the b illding committee and a i
menib i ol the board ol dii tors.
Mr Poor\ ii also sen es is i
ol the board of trusti -
and chairman of the Building
('o..... Iti leb v Rehnl
i'i the Aged t of
board ol I isl nd
. Buildii Con
[ospil

I;
I

'0
i Hew
]
|iV I'nited Si
J
#-..-.' ltd re-
- I '-'" and the
\W IEF cami ed fl.565-
2 j 89.782 To
ditc Fed : W-" I
t> :,. (MA drive and j
(j 102000 : campaign
,- total ol .290.0 > 'Pie 1970
". : represent i 52 '.'percent in-j
over what the same con-j
tfbuton pledged In 1989.
Thr K.-d. rati m B I ram were
apron I in (In il I >r submls-
sn this month to the Board of
(iwrnors and membership foi
> rat lion
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Friday. February 13,
CJA-IEF Leaders Hold Conference
The third annual Israel Leader- held on behalf of the 1970 Com-
Conference will be held Wed-' bined Jewish Appeal and Israel
. sday at 9:30 a.m. in the Wash-1 Emergency Fund campaign of the.
Ingl n Federal Savings & Loan Greater Miami Jewish Federation
.,station Auditorium. 1234; Sunday.
Washington Ave Miami Beach. Cochairing the event are: Har-
Abraham Grunhut. chairman of. old Brandee, Leo A. Chaikin. Dr
ihe South Beach Division of the Meyer Eggnatz and J. Lewis Pal-
1970 Combined Jewish Appeal-Is- i ley.
Emergency Fund campaign. Committee members ine.ude
stated thaMhe presidents and rep- Herman Applebaum. Bernard,
ntatives of 50 folks organize-1 Baakin, Moae Duberstcin. Jack
tons and the presidents and dele-' Flower. Mrs. Sameul Freeman.-
tea condominiums in the'Jacob Goidblum. Hyman Joseph, /Mrs. Bei/m
South Beach area, have been in-, Philip Kay. Bernard Kranowitz. _
Mrs. Scfiworti
stein, Mrs. Helen Bndy. Na- E. ft fenshel. David Isr
than Cohen. Herman Dickstein UCl Khpferberg, Morr \
*. Hskn. Arthur Fick. Irvingl I-ouis l>ff.-H#wnan Lov...,
Gcrson, Mrs. Rosalie Golan, Her- Simon Maneloveg. Nathai
man Gordon, Peter Grayheck, N. H. George Red:ker. Sam p,U(t
B Kaplan, Mrs. Leibowitz, lien- l-i-g. Is;dnre Schachter. .y.A gi,
i Lenoble, Louis Pankey, Mix the 1970 Combined J.
Rosen, Rubin Shanker. Mrs. Mil- Wintrob.
dred Stanton, Samuel Stern. Betty -------------------------
Utley, Mrs. Lillian Vogel, Joseph All-Star Sho* Siuttlav
Weissfcld md Samuel Zeifman. ^ ^ ^^ v ^
The Point East Committee of of the Miami Beach p
man, Samuel Toll and David Firemen's Benevolent A->ciati
peal-Israel Emergency Pui i! Cam- will be held in Miami B. n
ha* be<
ass -ting the CJA-IEF drive. I Rosenberg. Dora C Schonthal. A. cochairmen of the event, reported ^ ,,intiibution t0 the cm-
Organizations that were not L. Schwartz. Elizabeth Schwartz, that Robert Russell, general chair-
Vet may participate by call-j Samuel H. Schwartz. Alfred Sul- man of the 1970 CJA-IEF earn-
ing the Greater Miami Jewish Fed-1 kin. Mrs. William Wagner and Mae paign. will be the guest speaker
Nation. Warshaw. Associate chairmen for the 3:30
------------- ~T------, p.m. fund-raising event are: M in
Jack Gold. Development Fund Residents of Crystal House will Boderman_ Siim Kriodland. Samut-I
(in ctor of the YM-YWCA of hold a cocktail party Monday in A Ga)e Jp Cnai.k,s Rcskjn .,,.,,
Greater Miami, will speak at the the Crystal House Restaurant on| A)^,rJ Rlgkm4
Oliver House Fund-raising brunch behalf of the Greater Miami Jew-
bined campaign.
When the Point I* st group held
an Israel Rally on Tuesday in their
Auditorium, more than 500 people
attended the meeting, at which.
Ben Essen, chairman of the Real-
.!. no and Hieh-R.se Division of
the CJA-IEF camp-iic:: was the I
The Committee members include guest speaker.
Aisik Brener. Louis Bresler. Mur- The following persons were ap-
ray Drexler. Joseph H Gardner pointed ac'ing chairmen of tin-1
Al Goodman. Samson Hittner, Ja- point EZm\ Committee: Mr. and
cob Lowy. Michel Mendelson. Ben Mrs. William S. Robinson: acting
Richman. Harry Rothenberg. Si- advisory chairman, Jules Kohlen-
mon Rothenberg and Stanley brenner, and Mrs. Murray Tepper,
cinet and Hy Gardner i
as "emcees" together u J
Sehaffer. All proci eds
to supplement the. Death Rene!
Fund for Widows and l 'nikln
and the Association's Sc ars>,
Fund. |
Alsop
Smith.
acting secretary.
Charter ers ol this group
are: Mrs. Irving Ackcrman, Nat
Allison, Jack Brodsky, Mrs Na-
than Bronheim, Mrs. Sidney Fine-
Mrs. Judith heii-.i. Consul of
1 Israel in New York, will address ;i
; breakfast meeting of Belle Plaza
1 Apartments and Belle Towers re..-
I dents Sunday. Feb. 22. on behalf of. hcr"- Dave Oilman. Rabbi Mauri..'
I the Greater Miami Jewish Federa- (; Idblatl Mrs Max Greenberg.
tion's 1970 Combined Jewish Ap- Harry Handleman, Jacob Haskell,
peal-Israel Emergei>cy Fund cam- Henry Hennan. Harry Kadin. Mrs
paign. A'br; Keenan, Mr. and Mrs. Jules
Matthew Hartsin and Jack S.' Kohlenbrenner, Al Kramer. Mr.
Popick are cochairing the Bell<
and Mrs. Ar. hii Kroul, M <\ I.an-
Plaza Apartments CJA-IEF Com- ser- Zl*-'L'> Lane- Mrs Joseph Lip-
/. Monore Levy, A! Newman,
M*-s William Paul. Ernest Sam-
uels, Mis. Frank Shapiro, Shmuel
Shumsky. David Sicgel. Morris
Snetiker, Abe Stern. Sam Suss-
man. Mrs. Murray Tepper, Mr. and
Mrs. Jack W< xler. Al Welssman,
William Si' gel ; \\ Young
mittee. and Loon J. Ell is chair-
ing the Belle Towel's CJA-IEF
Committee.
Cabinet members are: Mrs.
Frances Abrams. Smauel B. Cohen.
Harry Fadem. David Felix, Clar-
ence Freedman, Louis E. Gold-
man. Mrs. Elma Kaufman, Sam
2 col. cutline OLIVER HOUSE
Cochairmcm of the Oliver House CJA-IEF Committee plan-
ning for their fund-raising breakfast Sunday are. left to right,
Leo A. Chaikin. J. Lewis Palley, Harold Brandee and Dr.
Meyer Eggnatz.
Cuban-Hebrew Committee
uisors CJA-IEF Dinner
C. Levenson. Mrs. Fritzl London. Residents the Four Winds
Mrs. Samuel Miller, Abraham contributed $21,400 at a recent
Sonabend and Murray Wellman. Breakfast held on behalf of the
Committee members include Greater Miami Jewish Federati
I loll
Continued from Pige *
on dead cent). .;: a
growing ugliei ;.: d
tone.
Again, there are til |
warnings th.'t the Ch>i
now preparing "f<
Soviet provocations" .-; til
pretexts the Soviets WO! MMl
ia:id could so easily
ture if they were pla
attack These wnrnir.- r
first circulated privet
Polish diplomats. Now, I ew
the organ of the li ili
Communist Party, "NV A
sag", has conn nto i
with the same warn'.:
Yet again, there
urgent, very ei >,:
parations for .: Soviet
These now Include su<"
perately hurried stocki
si r it 'gic materials .:i l
the wild market
mony, for ins tare,
driven up Iron: S-*^>
Spoi
Fred Abrams, Louis Allwell. SolI 1970 Combined Jewish Appeal and *~ < ,un w:tl
I Atlin. Charles Fellerman, Philip Israel Emergency Fund campaign. >''ar-
Joseph. Julius Kaplan, Benson This figure shows an increase to
Keats. Morris Linsky. Harold Lu- date of $5,000 over the Four
berg. Casper Marks. Harry Parmet Winds' total in the 19*9 drive.
Charles Prager, Benjamin Rimer Max Koike-, chairman of the
, George Steiner, Milton Sugar and event and Mr. and Mrs. Herman
Philip Wolf. Shaw h.)nora:y chairmen, are
Mrs. Sidney Schwartz, immedi- now enl'sting support from th.....
ate past campaign chairman of the who could not attend the meeting.
Greater Miami Jewish Federation'; The Committee's associate co-
W .men's Division, will speak at | chairmen are Nathan Fisher,
Th-1 Hebrew-Cuban Committee Dr. Feldenkreis stated that the
f the 1970 Combined Jewish Ap- Hebrew-Cuban Group is composed I,he Kennedy House "Coffee" Mon- Charles Sommer. and Allen War-
peal and Israel Emergency Fund | of more than 800 families which day. Feb. 23. on behalf of the 1971| schauer. Arrangements Commit-!
has set a goal of a 100 percent I Combined Jewish Apeal-Israell tee cochairmen are Karris and
increase for their 1970 contribu- Emergency Fund campaign. Bernard Stein.
tions to the CJA-IEF drive. Herman Eaton Ls chairing the The Commit! includes: Nor-
; event; his committee members in- hei Bernzweig. S H. Rolotin Jack
Members of the Hebrew-Cuban elude Ben Abbott. Mrs. S. Abra-j.V Burstein. William Feinberg
Committee are: Hennan Hcisler. hamson. Rudolph Adler. Mrs. Sel- Emanuel M Glatt, Jamie Goldem-
ma Anderson. Max Barish. Sam| berg, Mi- Abraham Harris, Mrs
Altogether '' spite th.
ted qualifications ot !h
discount the danger. th(
facts suggest that the .
war is very real ;nd<
greatesl when th.
freshets subside along
der. and the militar;
therefore becomes gw
That i- the time to
with hope and fear.
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Moises Levin, Rabbi Dow Rozen-
zwaig and Simon Shaftel, honor-
ary chairmen: Miguel Brazlawsky,
Naum Rozcnzwaig and Benjamin
Terner. vice chairmen: Abraham
Zacroisky, chairman of Initial
Gifts: Dr. Bernardo Benes and
Moreno Habif, vice chairmen:
Gershon Kriger. chairman. New
Prospects: Leon Shuster and Sen-
der Solson. vice chairmen: Isaac
Sylberberg, secretary: Rafael
Kravec and Boruch Shames, vice
secretaries: Samuel Galfond, I>iba
Garmizo and and C.P.A. Jaime
Weneuer. financial secretaries.
The Executive Committee in-
cludes: Antonio Dascals. Sholem
Fpelbaum. Calco Farber, Abraham
| Fisch, Morris Gimelstein. Saul
Ginzburg. Julio Lipsitz, Jaobo
campaign, will sponsor a dinner on Matz. Samuel Papir. Jacobo
March 1 at the Deauville Hotel Pomerantz. Saul Pundik. Noel
on behalf of the combined drive. Shapiro. Wolf Szalkovich, Dr. Pab-
lo Tachmes. Salomon Terner
In making the announcement. David Tonp, Benjamin Volpe n,
Dr. George Feldenkre;s, chairman Oscar White and Isaac Yagodnik
cf the Hebrew-Cuban Committee. The Women's Committee in-
announced that Lt. Col. Dan eludes: Victoria Adouth Eva Rais-
Michaeli of the Israeli Defense j man. Raquel Gershcov'ich Julia
M. GlOKGl HlDtHKKtlS
Pictured at the recent Four Winds CJA-IEF Breakfast
are
from left. Max Kolker, chairman- Mrs Max Kolker
:rs e^8 ,he i s-k SeTk:rndYzovH oriandqi,israe]! P^Y^ lync^rd
I poet, ana Mrs. Herman Shaw, honorary chairman.
Meanwhile, one can
hut be struck by the
will t>. disbcli. vo th.it h
ed th.- approach to :h>
not iUSt by n'.ar.v -"
officials, but '.-o I
analysts, reporter' 81
l>eople in the so-callc
After all. military dei
indicating, at a minimur
clear possibility of war
the Soviet and Chine-
ought to be attracting
deal of anxious attenti
But x* with the S<
ployments before the (
' asion, the Soviet i
ments on the Chinese
are iK'ing downgraded
plained away. Perhar
time, that aafU turn "'
trx" correct juopment
cannot i-scnpe the in.,
that the horrors of our I
so specially horrible thai
many people aimpl} do
to face up to them
In an able recent lea
Economist pot the odds
even either way, wniCi
sensible. If the pessimi
their ix'ts we iball see
preventive war unleash, i
Kremlin with c>.ld cal-
if th->t does not get
ostrich-heads out of t
nothing e\Tr *;:! But o
"pray the bet is won.
by the optimists.
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^frJLeon Kronish
fill Be Installed
{t Histadrut Fete
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Ja, the nan
Kounda-

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M. (ION KRONISH
i, the
I > I M ly
Ka^i ol T.i.M'l- '*' lh >"
a Miami II. irhHi. t-ity'a onl>
teM|0|W nttili.K 'th the
li'moa < Imrrican Hebrew Con-
hwptlf lie IMO\~ Up Iri.m thr
1 of \i<>- i h.nrin.im K kbM Knin-
ti plavr.l i major r.ilr ill thr
v.rni.ition "I Ihe Hi-t.i.lru! l-'imii-
i-.imi 10 \r.\r- ago mIipii hi- ami
rOr, Sil Vein 1 Up .." <>ri;;|.ii/
*l nwrtine in Miami Beach tlwi
't\l j ihr tori runner m ihe
Mil Mui-Wint.r mfrreocea
hi. h arr hrlil here.
m i! th>
i I
....
I. i
Si ; H
- move-
( i Israel Bonds
r sovrral yra la
i Miami
- :
Rabbi KmalsB ilo helped initt-
th hrael (......nittee of ih-
'"tml < oaferem ol \
liktb, j|..| ,. ,,,
Astmiia Mr |,,l|.. ,1
an
lounilinc
ii m.tin
nthrr rflortn ulmli haw- (jl\;i-
iii/i'.l support of lsi.nl from his
ti-llnw Reform and lilnr.il rahhis
and now Htn| as national presi-
dent of the Alumni tauMtal of
the Hebrew I'nlon < "II. i;.- -f. u ish
Institute of Religion.
Last Deo inter, Dr. Kronish wai
honored by a cratrful congrega-
i.i n and community on the occa-
>:on of his 2.">th anniversary as
rabbi of Temple Beth Sholem.
The Miami Heaeh synagogue Bt-
tracts many thousands ol visitors
tn it< s.itibath aervtces, anil on
man) EViday nights .uxl Saturday
mornings Israel is the focal point
of the day
At thai dinner, which drew a
capacity audience to the
i i om nl the Plaza Hotel the
( rmer Israel Ambassador to the
United States, Avraham Harman.
was principal speaker. The presi-
dent "1 the Hebrew UrdveTSit) an.
nounced that the Jerusalem insti-
tution was making Dr. Kronish a
Fellow of Israel's oldest and larg-
est diicatinnal institution.
Ilr. Iiieob Weihsieln of ( hiraeo,
a former inn.....I ehairman of the
Israel llist.nlriit Committee.
sJia'ett attention at the dinner as
he bestowed upon Kahhi KronKh
his lifelong colleague and friend
the eoveted Histadrut Interna-
tional Medal of Honor.
K ibhi Kronish is honorary chair-
man of the board ol the Israel
Histadrut Council of South Flor-
ida md a national vice chairman
of the Histadrut Campaign
During the first 10 years of its
existence, the Histadrut Founda-
tion largely due to Rabbi Kron-
-li leadership and efforts h<
i ted more than S2.000.C00 of IU
if 114.000.000 In South Floridi.
And It is appropriate thnt the
Filth Annual International Mid-
Winter Conference of the Ameri-
can Histadrut Development Foun-
dation which opens Mnndav alter-
noon he dedicated to the installa-
tion of a true ch.inplon of Israel
and the Histadrut. Or. I.eon
Kronish
For the entire concept ol in
int. 'i national gathering bringing
together leaders from the United
States. Canada. Latin America
and Israel la an outgrowth ol
il \- irs ol pimiei ring an.i produc-
tive ICtlvIty bv Mr Israel Ml-
South, Rabbi Kronish
Minister Jacob Barmore
Special Conclave Guest
Barmon
3t.il Israel to
' vill be the
... irds
,.. .
: nf. ,, ,,:
e *"*' I Develop-!
18 at the

x a three.
than 1.000
ighout the
Israel and
< \ i
M oi Tern-
VI in : Beach.
' tional chair-
Histadrut
linner Ac-
Barmore as
is innounced
in ..i the
^ '" "," "" '>-
'F.d ;'"'ral ,,f Ministry
:-"eoooo "'rl> lnohs Of
''..''"''' graduate ol
- JS Jeruaalem
*"*^ in th '"' ,n hbtory.
lh<' Uraeli foreian ser-
iracji foreign ser-
vice tor more than 13 > irs. II-
represented his government in
Poland, Cyprus and Argentina be-
fore being named Consul General
i| Israel to th.- United states with
iffioes in Chicago
Keliunii-^ to Israel from hLs
Midwestern asolanment. Mr. Bar-
more wat n.mi. il Deputy Director
of the Ministry e* Foreign Affair*
for Latin Vmerica. Ills efforts
were a xital factor In support by
Latin nations of Israel's positions
Iiirihi; the difficult days preceding
and i..Mow nit- the Six-Day War
ol June. 1967.
Last May. he was named Min-
ister lo the United Nations in I
moved lo New York for his cur-
rent assignment. He is married
and h is three childn-n
ii ii. adquaTters 'or the Mid-
winter Conference hnve N- n es-
tablished in the Histadrut re-
"i .11-1 office, i Lincoln Road
Building, Miami Beaeh. Samue'
Fetnstein. chairman of the I
and Dr Mleha*] Soasln, president
o* the Israel Histadrut Council o'
South Florida and working close-
ly with Mr. Poller and Dr, Kron-
ish in eoortUnaUng arrangements
for the international conclave
which opens Monday,
_-l\] AUy -
THE ISRAEL
HISTADRUT COMMITTEE
proudly announces its Fifth Annual International
MID-WINTER CONFERENCE
of the
AMERICAN HISTADRUT
DEVELOPMENT FOUNDATION
FEB. 16-18, 1970-Foniainebleau Hote
Celebrating the Golden Jubilee
of Histadrut In Israel
Featuring the Installation of
DU. LEON KRONISH
M. ItON KKOMISH
RABBI, TEMPLE BETH SHOLOM, MIAMI BEACH
AS NATIONAL CHAIRMAN OF THE BOARD
GALA AWARDS BANQUET
Wednesday, Feb. 18th
Address By His Excellency ijQt
JACOB BARMORE
^ -
MINISTER OF ISRAEL TO THE UNITED NATIONS
MINISTtK
JACOB BAKMOUt
6:30 P.M. DINNER $10
R.S.Y.P. 538-1231 OR 538-3101
FREE FORUM
ON PERSONAL FINANCIAL PLANNING
TUESDAY, FEB. 17th, 2:00 to 4:00 P.M.
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
Renowned Economist and Executive Vice
President of the Histadrut Foundation.
And Judge Herbert S. Shapiro
8 VITAL PROBLEMS
Related to Your Personal
Financial Planning
JUDCl HIKBtKT
S. SHAP1K0
ML SOI STEIN
1. Pitfalls in drafting a will.
2. How lo preserve your right to marital
deduction.
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with a fatal accident simultaneously?
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6. HOW TO SAVE INCOME AND ESTATE
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S HOW TO INCREASE YOUR SPENDABLE
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Tel: 538-1231 538-3101


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Friday, February 13.
Delegates To Histadrut
Conference Begin Arriving
Washington Awaitin;
Soviet Reply To Notel
, The vap.-uara of more than ItKfce S a. chairman ol the
i. leg I i the fifth arinu ; i tte >l the 1st
International MW-Wlntex Confer- tadrul Council of South Florida.
will join Dr. Stein in presenting
new programs of the Histadrut
Foundation established to meet
the United Stati Government's
new tax !i> relating to esl
and deferred giving.
Tuesday's program will be high-
lighted by a free seminar or.
; financial planning at which
Dr. Stein, a wofld-renowi
. .'" discuss methods of
improving individual income at the
same time as one helps the State
o; Israel.
Although there is no charge for
(mission to the seminar, at which
freakments wili be served, --
rr\aiorjs .-n-^at tv it the
it I Mi
Road Build:: -
Wednt ;d'.y tfigftV i will
I
ster Jicob B nation's
to the '* ; | Nat
. .
lers of
H '
| i | ||
c i >r Shol
nation'i esl known 3< -
: s and a survivor of N 2
concentr.ition camps. Mill he the
guest performer at W
night's awards banquet which will
climax the fifth annual Interna-j
tional Mid-Winter Conference of
th.^ American Histadrut De%eloi>-
ment Foundation.
Dr. Kronish will be formally in-;
stalled at the Wednesday night
dinner by Mr. Sylk, whose leader-
ship has made the American His-
tadrut Development Foundation
a major factor in financial assist-
ance to the State of Israel.
(Continued 'roni Page 1)
two planesrequi -> d by Cairo.
Israeli otfu-i ils speculated thai
M -cow will not send these
weapon systems and the SAM-
;'l antieireraft rocketd to Egypt
for fear they would be captured
by Israel and information on
these highly-secret items be giv-
en to Western nation- (Israel
h ta made it a pracl ibtain
at least one sample of the
weapons sent to Cairo bv the
Soviets. The information is used
tor its own defense .....
wm believed to aba 'r*
a\ ailable to the U S
It was gen.-, illy ex| ,
Mr. Nixon woe:, (,,
statement b> n I ,,,,,]
the items requi -; I .
salem Items oth t
Phantom and Skyl
expected to be pp
fighters are the
and the weapons Is .
QlOKl
OR. SOI S1VH
preparation
i Hotel

ted

la} 'rid T
- lorn.
11 !. .r. K: inish
I as i itional chairman ol
I lard of the Histadrut Foun-,
dation at the Wednesday dinner,
will host this afternoon"> sessions
at which Dr. Sol Stein will speak.
Dr. Stein, executive vice draft -
man of the Histadrut Foundation
and an Israeli ambassador will re-
port on the current crisis in the
Middle Fast and the special de-
mands placed upon the Histadrut
Foundation because of Israels1
growing economic need*.
The conference opens officially
Monday aft 1 p.m. with a luncheon;
meeting of the national board, at
which William H. Sylk of Phila-
delphia will preside. Mr. Sylk is
national chairman of the Founda-
tion, which supports the long-range
educational. welf ire, cu I
health and religious programs of
the Histadrut in Is:
Special guest it I ses
Monday will M she
Gilbo
5 United
States. Hi i I
a fact-f i:
h^ m '
Me and
i
-
the leg I
Her-
bert s s
WILLIAM SYLK
Mr Sylk
in the Jew ish i ty ol Mill-
thai
les, inders ol
the Unite Ji
its in P.1!,.-.
He was the sms
'
'.. Ben-G n N
; '' *l
'
:
Dr.
lifetii -
: is Israeli ses
: th"
sh C
; lei if the H ibbini 'al \--
ciation il Greater Miami, and has
been a leader in the Israel Emer-
gency Fund and IMA ives since
thler inc-ption.
S muel Feinstein, chairman of
the board, and Dr. Michael Sossin.
pr.-sident of the Israel Histadrut
Council of South Florida, have
been working for weeks to plan for
the three-day conference.
Moe Levin, chairman of the
Labor Zionist division, and Jacob
Rifkin, chairman of the Business
and Professional Division, have
worked closely with conferem
ordinators Edward Tumaroff and
Gerald Schwartz.
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Jon h 'apian of S>; I. ike Sj n i
ijogne; Rabbi Jneajlh a. (; trflnkel
.if Beth Moshe Consfrajpttion; Rab-
bi Ralph P. Kingalcy, Temple Slnnl
.if North Dade; and Rabbi Elliot
W nogi .i Temple Israel oi atira-
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Th- C*om*nltttv has begun look-
ins f"1 ;l suitable site f'>r the new
school wWeh is expected to onen
n-\t f.ill with in Initial registrn
lion "f noi e th in 50 students
"Temporary tacilitieii v i11 lv used
in ii- the Hrtt year if a potma-
nenl site c mart b' acquired and
ble cl imroom units erected
;! i me lot th.' Beptemhi
n .." Mi Chernoflky said
"1 he -i hoed" h- said, "w il
the finest educ ition il
li in Hebrew is and
general studies and will meet all
th.- n quirements ot the Dade
County Board ol i*\iblic instruc-
tion I'l.ivs.". will in- limited to a
m iximum ol 25 -'orients to ensure
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I |i w 'I. in',, enjoying
'ii.il le i : rs in the area,
will no) Ik' aiiJi^u!*! "" ftny Mi-
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tution he stressed. Tuition will be
5700 .i year with scholarships
,i\ tillable for fan il ea .\ ho cannot
th full amount.
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Noi th Uiami Beach, Kl.i 33160
^ auich To Speak
On Russian Jews
_ '"" next n :ul n m etlne. of
ml Gabk i ("h.i|n, i of Ptoneei
Wonv n will b* he'd it l p.m '
VVetfneadn] In the home .if Harriet
Green, 4,100 Rivi : Dr., Corall
' bios .lo.," 'i i Yanleh, executive
director ol the South ist Re A in
ol American Jewish Congress, will
speak. Mr Yanich i< considered to
be 'ti authority "ii Russian Jewry.:
winch irill !> his topic for the day |
He will show .-i series of slides
taken on lus rcv"l trip thruigh
Russi <
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M,i\.r. from Israel will ix-
shown to Pi >neer Women's Shar n
Chapter it their meoting .it 1 p.m
Monday in the ion Lincoln Road
club Room Ulli .ii D \ i- is|
president.
State Si ii. Ki nneth M
has fill ,1 a bill f.ii the Si nati 's
tonsldi : al ion m th< in xl w si i m
^i huh w ill -lil li-,|i ,i inin;,n h n-
m\t commit mi nl ftrnnram for the
''i atrm nt and n habilitation of
ni root -s addicts.
The basic purpose of the bill,
Sin. Myers says, is to take advan-
tage of existing state and local fa-
i ilitiea which can !>. utilized for
iii-iitmi in and rehabilitation pro-
grama and provide the mechanism
hi putting such facilities into us<
The present law n quirt s that ;i
narcotics addict besei I to Raiford
State Prison, where there is no
practical way for an effective nar-
cotics program to I* carried out,
Since it is obvious the state can-
not provide the financial means to
unstnict or operate such facili-
ties, S n M; i v'I tins, ii< is
quail ihvi I il an ffi ctive
im must I" carrii d out at
omi unitj I vcl. a"'i his bill
i intended to providi the machin-
ery to accomplish thai purpose.
:;. i i.i is Im ii, vi (I to be an im-
. 'i tanl part ol the total campaign
hicli si ill be waged
ii the Legislature's next session
Las Vegas Night Scheduled
B'n a B'rith North Dade Lodge
and B'nai B'rith North Dade Chap-
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'lin Collins Avc. Miami Beach,
at 8:30 p.m. Saturday Pro-
,,- ,u of this fii^t Joint fund-
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Kalm Named Chairman
Of "ChaT Celebration
Seymour Liehinan
To Review Book
Jewish
I-.
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MIITON HAHN
n' "f
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ned '.:>
'18th an-
nquet of th(
ith and
touts : ,: Fch ':>
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TV fun
Miami Hebrew Academy, and
Leonard Rosen, chairman of the
board of the Miami Beach day
vchool which has sent many >>f its
graduate! on to study at Yeshiva
Torah Vodaath and Mcsivta.
Named as honorary chairmen
were Jacob C. Cohen. Max Cohen,
the Reverend S. Cooper, Herman
Eisenberg. Jacjb Coodm.in, Joe
Marjcolics. Louis Merwit/cr. Harry
Rosen and Josepri Wolinsky.
DcM^nated as the honoret l, i>:
Chai Founders, were Samuel |
Ackerman, Adolf Bl.ink. Jacob ('.
full. n. Max ColMn, the R.a. rend'
S Cooper. Herman El* ul* rg,
Harrj Genet Joseph Gonshor Hy-
man Kolko, William G. Mechanic.
Louis Mcrwit/rr. Philip Nenurnv-
sky, Abe Platman, Samuel Rein-
hard Harry Roien, Dr. Jacob
Si!-,, Oscar B: Schapip> and
I i >nard Zllbert.
s. ccted as cochairmen for th<
SlcVa-plate dinner ware Adolf
Blank. Herman Eisenberg, Louil
Dublin, Bernard A Frank. Hsman
Galbut. HaiTy QVadt, Isidore Gold-
berg, Henry Groudan. Moses H.
Grundwerg, Charles Kalb. Sam
Kalb, Sam Ackerman. Abe Platt-
nwn, the Rev. Jacob D. Kit/
Hyman Kolko. the Reverend J
Krantz, Dr. Irwin H. Ilakovsky.
William G. Mechanic. Emil Mas-
covitat Rabbi A. J. Snfra. tsidor
Seymour B. I.iehman.
Flovidian columnist and a noted
historian, will review "tfewisf*
Identity," a book on the timely
topic .'f "Who is a Jew?'' during a
luncheon meeting of the Hebrew
Academy Women Feb. 25 at the
Eden Roc Hotel."*
The 1 |.m luncheon session will
t>c chaired by Mrs. Mac Klein ac-
cording to Mrs. Jacob D. Kit/,
president of the Hebrew Academy
Women, which supports the lohol
srship programs of the Greater
Miami Hebrew Academy.
Mr Llebman, who lectures at,
the University of Miami and Flor-
ida Atlantic University, has served
us president of the Zionist Coun-
cil nf South Florida, and the Coun-
cil "f Jewish Organizations of
Dadi County for state of Israel
Bonds, as wi l as an officer of
numei ous o'h< r groups hi re
Consultant on education for
Temple Beth Sholom, Mr Llebman
also writes book reviews for the
Mi ''mi Herald and ii the author of
numerous books, magazine arti-
cles and essays He lived in Mex-
ico for several years, and is one ol
the leading authorities of that
nation
Officers Elected By Newly
Consolidated Social Agency
The chairman of the United
Fund committee which early this
year completed the consolidation
of three long-time Dado County
socttl ^service agencies has been
elected president of the emerging
Family and Children's Service,
Inc. by its board of directors.
Each of the presidents of the
merged agencies was elected to
high office and named to chair
a key committee.
Martin B. (lark, president of:
Burdine's, w-ho headed the cm-'
solidatlon effort begun last March
and served as interim president ol
the new agency following COnsoli-1
dation, was elected president.
Vice presick ms are M ll>
Turru r, former president I Chil-
dren's Service Bureau, who will
also serve as chairman of th-
new agency's Planning Progran
Committee, and Mrs. Malcolm D.
a.s
it-hi will benefit
I -;. p : | ol .me of the
\ largi 4 I c semi-
. _, -. honor 18 Chal
f
., h h
. ., : in Brooklyn I
Sew York I Qf. Flato Gwtst Ltctgrer
1 Dr. Edwin Fiato. N.D.. D.C
. i. nt ..'I will be speaking on the topic I'.e
:- ition of
ted New York SdoMw ,irHi Philip Weiss
. ... students ____
Book By Konald Sanders
Wins R'nui R'rith Award
Ronald Sanders' "The Down-
town Jews" ha-- been selected re-
cipient of th. first "B'nal B'rith
Book Award," i' has been an-
nounced.
Sustkind Guesl Lecturer
David Susskind is scheduled t.>
speah at Temple Or Olom Mon-
day at x p.m in the second lecture
,.t its fund-raising series. Th. mo-
tion picture, television anil Stage
producer who now moderates his
own "talk" show weekly on tele-
vision in addition to heading the
Talent Associates production com-
pany, has entitled his lecture,
"And Then 1 Met ."
McNaughton, former president
Family Service, also named
the Nominating Committee chair-
man. Mrs. Audrey Finkelstein was
elected secretarv.
A search is currently in progn sa
for an executive director of the
new agency, the consolidation of
which was hailed as a major
achiovement of the community in
responding to its needs through
volunteer action earlier this year
Members of the Board of Di-
rectors will include Robert W
Benncr, Dr. Luis Botlfol, Mrs. P
J. Cesarano, Martin B. Clark
William Corwin, M.D., Mrs.
Arthur Courshon, Dr. John M
"i ... Petei T. Fay, Mrs Charles
H. Fir .1 ho L. Hickey, Mrs. .lack Kas-
.a t/ David Kirsh, Ml).. C R
Kmishkern, Jr., Mrs James W.
'.anei-ter. Henry G. l.ylc. Mrs.
Donald W Mclntosh, Mrs Mal-
'"i n McNaughton. Calvin R.
Mapp, Miss Mary Wells Milam.
Mrs. Sara Morllla, Mrs. Edward
Norton. Mrs. Hollis Rinehardt.
Frederick E. Roach. Mi's. Walter
s. C. Rogers. Mrs. Stanley Ross,
Ray L. Starling. Stanley Tate.
Mrs. Beth M. Thompson. Mrs
Molly Turner, Mrs. Thomas C.
Wasmuth, Mrs. Charles L. Wil-
liams. Isaac A. Withers and
Thomas B Wood.
-... sidi nt ol
Ice of B'nai
nd ; etivi i n nr-
State of
IsraeL
.. men of
e Fib. 25 d Hear B.
IS n-1 Rcinhard,
f ,-... Greati r
vitalize Your Body and Improve
Your Mind" at thi 7:45 p.m. Tues-
day meeting of the Greater Miami
Chapter ot the Aneriean Natural
Hygiene Society, Inc.. in the audi-
torium of the Washington Federal,
U33 Normandy Dr.", Miami Beach.
Shirley Green is president of the
group, Robert Bordin serves as its
secretary.
The SoOO literary prize, to b.
presented annually, was estab-
lished by B'nai B'nths commis-
sion on adult J< A sh due.,t ion and
complements B'nai B'rith's Jew-
ish Heritagi Award." which this
year goes to Isaac R.ihol. the lat
Soviet Jewish writer. Moth awards
will be presented at a luncheon
during the B'nai B'rith commis-
sion's annual meeting, Feh 22 In
New York Mr Babel's daughter)
will .-ceppt his posthumous sward.)
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fjenistnoridi^r
Friday. February
Capital Spotlight
By Milton friedmon
Pompidou's Welcome May Be A Mirage
Le
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JHEN kkench President
Georges Pompidou alights
iiuiu his jot ho may find his
welcome to be a mirage. France's
sale of 100 Mirage jot to Libya
has offended many Americans.
Jews and non Jews concerned
abjut peace in the Middle East
consider Pompidou a cynical "mer-
chant <>f death."
Tin- French leader will receive the customary
ceremonial honors from the White House and
US. government, hut a congressional joint session
in his honor may be marred by protests. Members
of Congress have alreadj Indicated misgivings, and
a few have threatened to boycott the session or
even picket.
Mayor John Lindsay of New York City has
served notice that no official welcome will be
given Pompidou by the nations greatest city.
This is The Qrst time a foreign dignitary has been
snubbed by New York since King Saud ol Saudi
Arabia insulted American Jewry and Mayor Wagner
cancelled a dinner in the king's honor as the State
Department fumed.
Rep. Bertram L. Podcll (D-N.Y.) who recently
went to Paris to discuss the Mideast aims issue
with French officials, received "inhospitable and
unfriendly treatment' from the Pompidou govern-
ment. So did non-Jewish colleagues who accom-
B00K REVIEW
By Seymour B. Liebman
Israel: An Uncommon Guide
|X THE book Israel: An Uncommon
Guide i Random House, S6.96< Joan
..-ed and up-dated her v.^
0) ginal '.'Hide book. Israel, which was | ^f'
published almost a decade ago.
In this historical guidebook, which is
comparable to the famous Baedeker, her
narrative covers the history of the Jews
and of other peoples who inhabited or
ruled tha Holy Land as well as the birth of Christianity.
Panorama:
By DAVID SCHWARTZ
What Is A Jew?
N ISRAEL, the Court has ruli
on the question, "What is a
lew?" in other places, there so ms
to be no trouble in knowing what
i Jew is. but in Israel, the court
.,i.- divided. It's not because Is-
rael is not lamiliar with Jews.
There is a considerable Jewish
population in that country and
very little anti-Semitism, but the reason the court
was divided is that it is not as simple a question
- iiv .vould think.
Some 2.0(0 years back, the historian Josephus
replying to Apion admitted rather apologetically
Jews were not business men. They knew about
corn and cattle and oats, but take them away from
their farms, thin- didn't really know much. How
surprised Josephus would be if he returned today
and saw Jews even running businesses!
That's what I mean when I say it is hard
to tell what a Jew really is.
I think the best way to know about anybody
is not to look for long erudite philosophical
answers. Watch the little things. Like the Hasid
said, he went to his Rebbe, not to hear his dis-
courses, but to watch how he tied his shoes.
Watch the little things the tennsy-weensy
things and you will find out.
For instance, where does a Jew go to pray?
He goes to a school. His place of prayer is called
a "beta hadmidraah," which means a house of study.
Sometimes be prays in a "both haknoscth" which
means a meeting house. A Jew likes to pray
either in a school or auditorium.
Another oddity of Jews is their "doing" com-
mandments. If you ask a Baptist or Presbyterian
what he did vest rday. he might tell you that he
went t i work or played tennis or went to church,
but '.f you ask a Jew. he might ''II you, I did
a "mil/'.ah," a c >mm mdment
If ,: Ji .'. helps an old lad) cross th he
doi e mi ih. ^ rton-J th it, in
docs a favor. 1 thank
h is en-
titled to
comput r of all i

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mess.
In the i u Ij daj -. Jews
math the
number, one; while thi Gn had hm
of g ids and the, Sumei I in s, tho
had only one God. In the
mankind descending from a \ iriety of san
Jews had all humanity descending from one man,
Adam Tin > figured one humanity would be (rouble
enough.
The opening chapter is in Interesting digest of 1.0 0 >
of history and sei an introduction to th.......t
The second chaptei ys the human element in
modern Israel. It is faulted, but slightly, b} Mrs. Comay's
misunderstanding of that which is "biological" and that
which is inbred" unless she is a disciple of a minor group
of geneticists. When she discusses the traits and problems
ition of Oriental and Ashkenazi Jews, she is
on firm ground, a lateurs should nol ventun
sociological conclusions.
Her analysis of the diversities whi rat Ihe
nips should pn tourist ai
eeptive visitor with insights into i that es
ioo m my a nsi li i le number of Ameri an J ws
[si emotionally stimulated but as ill-informed oi
ling conditions as when they first arrived. The
n of the book. The Human Landscape.' covers all
c ssil ti ins of Jews as well as Arabs, Bedouins,
Dru/es Circassians and other roups
The two chapters devoted to the political, economi .
religious, military, national and local ispects ol 1- aeli
life succinctly and artfully depict the fundamentals that
should !>. known by all. The remainder of the book
would enable one t.i travel through the Holj Land on
a self-guided tour. There are appropriate and easily read
maps and pertinent background material on all the
place- to be seen.
The final chapter. 'Information Please," is .i catch-all
to pull in any loose ends. There are pithy comments >n
climate, clothing and language, a glossary of exotic dishes
to be found on the menus of Oriental restaurants and
th. four calendars in Israel. There are two Christian
calendars: the Gregorian, which we all follow, and the
Julian which is used by the Eastern churches for their
religious festivals; -'ind tho Moslem and Jewish calendars
which are based on tho lunar cycle. However, the Moslem
calendar lacks the occasional extra month which is in
the Jewish calendar to adjust to the solar year or any
other device to compensate for a difference of four-
teen days.
Israel Newsleffer
panied him. As i result, he made a formal i
to the Speaker of Ihe House that Pompj ,
denied an imitation to address the House. :in .,,
extended to distinguished guests held hii
ii. Bui the white House overruled his J
Pompidou bis offended the American sense
lair play by placing an embargo on amis built
i ael and simultaneously selling even larger na|
titles to the Aralw. Congressmen are convin. ),
France Is jeopardizing basic U.S. interest. .. Wlj
;is (hi securltj Oi Israel. They are tro
p ,, pid >u's plan to establish an Arab air fort
ing center at the I'.S. Wheclus Air ? Base, in Libya.
"This is an affront to the American peori
who paid for this base and who are ihOC
French escalation ol tensions through ir ,
K' Podcll declared. "The
'dated to woo the Arabs it .
0I !-, United States and Israel P .-. .,
has in ickery of the object
ill. Big Four nations proposed by Fram
in Arab-Israeli settlement."
Be] willl C Cramer fR-Fla.i has s
to the administration that American disp -.
,,\, r., neb policies be voiced to Pu
,-,.. peat influence wh i Is
n ol Israi l. Is also dismayed bj
ms
-
\ i c .n Hie Ame lo >t like
; : iendly go\ i
the real aim .: Pompido i -
,tal of the franc. The) als i i
npaid French war debts
n two wot Id wars
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Today's Thought: By DR. SAMUEl SILVf
An Angel Of Mem
a\ ANGEL of merry who din
25 ye irs ago. Henricti I
was one ol the most i
women who over lived. Th- I
ler ol i Baltimore i
,i scholar versed in literal I
history, and Hebrew.
Deeply moved by the plight'
her people In Palestine, in 19U|
Miss s/oid founded an organization which would
devote Itself to the health of tho residents of thel
Huh Land. She called it Hadaasah, the m-'tc*!
name of Pimm's heroine, Esther. Just as tlel
original Esther had risked her life for her peopl*.|
so tin modern Esthers who wore to make lacrlno
on behalf of the Jewish people and HadassHh t*-|
came the leading Jewish women's organization i|
tho world.
Mis. S/old never found time to marry She b*-|
came an angel >>f mercy, virtually commuting be-l
tween the United States and Israel, help-; jj
create HadaSBafa HospttsJ, countless cllniCI *
medical and mining establishments.
By CARL ALPERT
Jews And Arabs In Common Cause
,\ INTERESTING and dramatic
tinning point has just lied
km | ai the relations between Jews ind Ar bs
in Israel. The ch inge has t ken pi
>s< ovi rnighl in recenl -
/ well in h tian

'
fl
I I recognized t tail
twent;
I '
A |U
we to Israel,
il thi Six-Daj W
th
; to
i r thi i t time the;
' cl with l m Ai i ol :.
Bank and Gaza. I wh.-n th.-v compared their own
well-being to the backwardne g of their brothers under
Jordanian or Egyptian rule they had reason t-> feel
. superior. But the neighborins Arabs disturbed the con-
ol Israel's Arabs, and also stimulated
n .i- to the prospects lor an Arab
next time.
[srao is i.. >e surprised to find that II
w gradual!) withdrawing into a new lypi
ned i i N'assei s threats and w ir -
mor inclined t i give aid and s i .]
ipsu of guerrilla acth it> *
r thai [si I had
u
i. sudd
I by tv
i much '
d i
p I
- [si
' : li 'P ; j
; '.I look 1 !
i i ictor has b en even mon
eeis the Israeli Arabs pen '
throwing of bombs, the majoi
have \ ^
The mood has changed abruptly Nass-r an-i tP
Pats* have lost the support of the Arabs l'vl"
the Hag Of Israel.


Febru
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13, 1970
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jfohard Cohen To Serve On Dr. Fein Is Greenfield Institute Lecturer
l*- _^_^ An academician who h ^ Leadership Institute Panel
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the nat ioi
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Ko'n. will lie Sunday morning's
Greenfield Institute lecture) al
; Beth Sholom, and Temple Israel ol Greater Mi i
M M' 5 r Kotler. Sisterhood ... '
rwo years ago, Dr. frm, who
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ii hi ;- author "f two Public
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Advisor] nicil (or the Satur-
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Scl ;il Rabbi
Lovj ing activities
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ii ir-m 11 i Goldberg Speaker
-Jewish ffloMdian At Awards Dinner
MJCBT.
[ Honda Friday. February 13. 1970
Section E
Debate In Knesset Sparks
Noisy Street Demonstrations
JERUSALEM 'JTAi More
,,,., j ,tli- and
.dull' demons! front "(
^Knesset v"",,,,v V
wopen. .vernment-
MMored **
Uwof Returi
lish re: .
jeterminani
,l:t)
. the sole
:.titled to
M.im of -' ''"'-
the
.leftist Hash k'h'
tjuti
idbyunivi rsil rs lead-
euoCh- Mai eh
factions op-
pos.-d 11 the
P -
shidi -......ring to
' ''.....
lie op-
positioi
'
ol Is-
II i up-
1
Court n an
I
tile* '-. nat '
.'
the K: -- t out-
come if thai The Is-
wii chk i the

Banded that ii
: i s|
in in-
the
Im 'nl
bill, dr I net com-
dox I

has it <
Nati in i!
R '
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to 111
' I IN h -M
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pie St a I
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1
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was to | |
'
'

go when the late Minister of
Interior Israel Bar Yehudah
sought to introduce registration
similar to recent Supreme Court
ruling, the government fell over
the issue he said that conditions
in Israel have not changed since
then and expressed his belief
that in general, one cannot dis-
tinguish between religion and
nationality where Jew- are con-
cerned
Rabbi It/h.ik Melr Levin, of
tin' Orthodox Agudat Israel, de-
i i th it his t id Ion supported
the measure Insofat -is it de-
fined a Jew according to religi-
ous tenett but was opposed t
the liberal elements It contains
The Orthodox ire objecting
strenuously to a portion <>f the
amendment that would accord
equal tights i" the non-Jewish
sp luses and families of immi-
i is Mi nachem Betgtn, a
Minister-Without-Portfolio who
heads the n itionalistic
wing fat ii in supp t ted thi I I
th tdox \ leu and tried t > prov e
ii> legal and lust,,i ic u precedi nt
that Jew Ish ii itionhood and re-
ligion are one.
The measure before the Knes-
set i- concerned mainly with the
technicality "f rcglstratlo
n has far-reaching implic itions
Those opposi i regard it as ap-
peasement ol ii < irthodox es-
tablishment and an erosi m ol
civil rights In ls> lei "..it could
h i\. .. delete) ious affect on im-
migration One demonstrai i
outside Hi. Knesset today was i
Jewish Immigrant front Holland
who as wounded and in\ illded
while serving with the Israel
Arm) He is not .i Jew bj Or-
thodox definition I ecausc h -
in .tti i is Dutch : '
Rabbi S. T. Swirsky
Yivo Forum Speaker
jerua ,i..m Two Points ol Vi w
the Arabl" ind th J wish" will
i Rabbi Shmaryahu T Swlrsk) s
. i th. H i": -'
Yivo Forum h id we< kl> dui ii
h. winti si ason a Ten
M ii Cluuw Ave Mi
Bi ai h
Rabbi Swirskj spiritual l< a \>
,1 Ti mpu B b md |i '
mi. ntal Hlstoi > at >'>
i |c Junior Col e. is consid
i r it hoi II i on the cot
Viabs iimI ws K'tli
i ast and | sent
converted according to Orthodox
riles
Meanwhile, the Karaites, an
ancient Jewish seel that is not-
recognized as Jewish by the Or-
thodox rabbinate, demanded that
the government add a rider to
its imi ndmenl that would allow
them s|)..,-i.il registration The
K raiti eo nmunity, numbei ing
about in ii' i. 'i ies not iccept
the halachic (Jewish religious
law i rulings of the I ael r ibbi-
nate rheir form ii i ift w ith r ib-
b ni< il Ju i .is'i. h r I In the
eighth century The> hive their
own spii itu ii leaders ind I
theii descent through their fa-
th< i vv hile formal I I
.In.la sm the re\\g\ n of
mother as the determii nt of
I I- JCW l-ll
.Ionian Bolsters Defenses
With Pakistani Regimen!
B\ s... ,,, ,- ,,or|


nt of
M
i ricd out
m n Wednesdaj
Arthur j. Goldberg, former As-'pie Emanu-El, and vice president of
sociatc Justice of the Supreme the South Florida Division. Amer:-
Court of the United States and for- ran Friends ot the Hebrew Uni-
mer Secretary of Labor. Perma- versity. Col Jacob M. Arvej >f
nent Representative of the United Chicago will I*' a special guest
states to the United Nations with all(1 Bernard Cherrick will be <
the rank of Ambassador, will b- ,, ,
ii. .._,..i......, participant, representiniz Hebr'.v
the speaker at the American| '
Friends ..f the Hebrew University's University as its vice president,
first annual national Torch of'
Learning Award dinner. Saturday J..anlor Shalom hat/ At
Feb. 21, In the Fountainebleau a -a i r< i -i
Hotel. Agudath Israel reb. I*
._,,,. The internationallv famous Can-
ine lurch of Learning Award
dinner will be marked by the pn
sentation ot statuettes to five out-
standlng philanthropists, Joseph is scheduled to start at 845 a.m.
Mazer of New York Edward S Saturdav ln Agudath Israel He-
Redstone >f Boston, Samuel \\;\- __ ,. ,
ham Sax of Chicago, Mrs. Emma Drc" ntltute. .801 Carlyle a. ..
Schaver ol Dtroit and Baron de Miami Beach.
Hirwh Meyer ol Mum, Accord- ,c .,. Cantof u.,
ing to Rabbi Leon kr>n:-.ii. chair-
man of the event, "The Torch ol Beth Shalom Congregati
Learning Award has been created in Washington. D.C., is a native ol
by the American Friends of He- Rumania, anl was considered i
e-"
The international
tor Shalom Kat7 will be featured
in a single liturgical service which
brew as i mark of recognition for
leaders of American Jewish com-
munities who have influenced thi
course of higher learning in th
United States ind l-i icl
Cochairman >: the dinner will
! Ilaiiv A Levy, national mem-
ber of the young leadership ofi
l'.I A, as ciati cret irj I"en -
child prodigy at the ace of fi\
Featured on a number of record-
ings, he has also appeared on tele-
vision and radio. His latest a b
was made for Westminster Rec-
ords and is call "Lest We V
(Yizkor, Memorial Pi lyers
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1-18, 1 2'2 ?
Com? in or coif 373-; 111
d a commando i
had killed or injure I 20 1
with two taken c iptlve
Svrian bazookas fired ini
Israi ii territorj In the occupietl
r tell Ii rlt t y in the
Gol hi He (fhU .i the sami I
hut tru re appeared I I
aftei last w< k -
in Tunisia d< mon ti I
a ii Israel bj th
stu 1 'HtS I I '
i item -nta bj U lib I St ites
St il v> iam P
. he intii ue l hl<
skon to Africa
o Qen I set W< izman Israel's
M nlstei il 11 insport
i thi Arab il
on El v re In Munich.
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Friday. February 13, 19?o
Newspaperman Speaker For
NCCJ Brotherhood Dinner
3 Exhibition Chess Games On Schedule
Thomas Vail, publisher and
.lito. of the Cleveland Plain
Dpi i, r, will be the featured
. i nker the National Confer-
. mi 1st ana and Jews' an-
nual B otherhood Dinner Fob.
17 it the Fontainebleau Hotel,
;. 1970 dinner
- announce I
ty-threc year ol I pub.
SCCJ's h 'i-
.. ,. ...... ,1k. National Human
\ Sunday, Feb.
,i i He 'd as
B >th rh k W k
1988-9 d
through Kit the countrj spi aking
on behalf of NCCJ.
Thomas Vail is a co-ch ilrman
ol the N rthern Ohio Chapter
ol the NCCJ and has been a
mbcr of their hoard for the
past six years. Under his di-
rt ti m, The Plain Dealer, which
ranks hi siae and Importance
unons the top 'en ntjNasp ; -
in the country, adopted a
crusading spirit in the communi-
u. In 1887, the newspaper sap-
portad Carl B. Stokes in his
campaign for mayor, a g nl
|dc in breaking down r
i prt rs : Ami rlcan politics.
V r ed on th< Pn -
a He 11 i Man] C >n -
niss He is on the
U.S s : C niss n
Hi is P.
land Conventio
Visitors
,-cland G
v- is a trusl
. ton Jo
n :
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THOMAS VAll
be bestowed upon the three
outst ndii citizens of the
major faiths who haw m
significant contributions to the r
communitj The honorees re-
.._. ;.,. are Mrs
Charles H Finkelstein. chair-
man oi ip, Community Rela-
D oi ol thi Dade Court-
t) Communit> R 1 itions B
.; a li R '
| c C : i;
; i, ,n sh k n ik r, edit
the Miami H<
The NCCJ is a civic orgai
. ,i of all r li
faiths who w ir 6 g< th i to
i imoti co operati m
mutual understanding amoi si
:ill religious and racial groups.
Ezras Torah Society
Holds First Banquet
The Miami Beach Chess Club
sponsored bj the Tourist Develop-
ment Authority, will presei I one
of the world-famous Chess Grand-
masters, and present U.S and
C -- Hi i npi in S
Kshevsky, in tl rial exhit.
lion c imes
In the first, on Feb 22, it I:?
p.m.. in the Miami Beach Che\
Club. Washington Avenue and to
t, Mr Reshevsk>
one ol the m st outsi i : Ch -
,:.. in th United SI ites
31 Chess Chan
Edui
Marc 1. tn th.

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on 5 chess players

i 8
C --
- ate wh> thi clnss v oi Id
bv pi ij ine
eight forn pp merit a
LO-s, .nd rule
For the public bettei > i< wins
both g imes at the Mi.
Chi .-. Club arill b- played on n
giant 8' x 8" chessboard with 2
high ehaaap eces.
; AwinU will be given to winners
ed Internationally, in Wars
land. He n'nved bliMlfolded
age of eight. At nine be
SAMt/fi reshevsicy
iii His man]
nclu I d feats ol such < in
I ii rowitz, Gil
Don d l B> me and l.
Hi i wived the title ol "Grand.
,., p" oi Ramsnate. Kiv_-i nd,
. ter finMiiiis; ahead of Canst
blanc
in ail Barnes
I
tl
ilita-
Si '
Mr. V the s tb> I
itio news storie
Vtogaz a) I in v i
nd has innun
- ws.
S, V rh :
S A ma-
ster! v Brown,
N-, j ; t. said "Thorn is
Vail I his
front of
the si >' e<\: .lity.
ir hou equal erm : jrment
. av i '. rder with just
A' the NCCJ B therhood
Dinner the a Silvei Medal-
lion Bro1 Awards will
Th Ezras T r h Ri lii I S icii i
of America and Israel will hoi
. ithering and banquet Sat-
- ,
;i it .. 21st Stn and Colli
ni 1
en-
R '.
P:oft ssor of T lat I
the P -
5 Ho R

Rab
Henk ""
recently is I i I
lars in
\"
renl
| tion of irtments I ng m ir-
rs in I-' u I '"" in t-

SytlI "
p i
: HO 000.00.
Th immittee ;
23rd and March 2nd receive
letv by Jacob C. Cohen honorarych -, from the many hundreds ol
'. \ -. md Rabbis Tibor H Stern spectators as well the local
-
Worn, and Alexander S .-.-. .-. Hi
, Ss as lirman. The commit- ris, .r-, thee' w irld si irti
ides Ral fosi At the as five he wa<
.....' Phineas Web-; i | .. M -
N j- and 2 d
S. T. Swirs Is scl
3 S hi
reel m J

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vail
ol
NlJHuail Mi'iKir'> in oi 10 Lin-
coin r. I. (oundts; and Presid nt nf
Ptehiorn Samuel Rathevsky is the Miami Beach Che-- Clu bai
no newoomerto Miami Beach ll- arranged for feahevaky's .: ,r-
exhibition games here last Feb ance Mr Mendelson, del i
d high i ma ii Mia i i Beach one ol the
imp irtanl ( best I "i nl
United >>; ites i> already male-
ns in oxbibltlon garni
. the Southr istern,
CS. N md U.S. Open Cheji
r r n ments ind Inti m
be held in Miami
in the near future in ful-
- i '
Sisterhood, Men's Club Meet
Sisti
tel will n IE i '
19. in th> temph 1543
Miami 1
Mrs Hi rn an J. Bi rgi r pn si
-. ling, A mei ting
there that evening by
th. temple's Mi n's Club.
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Michael Luboff went to Israel to gain a country and lost a leg
Thousands of Jews died to save Israel in
in the Six Day War and its aftermath.
Michael was luckier. A little luckier.
Not that he's complaining. He's proud
of his country. And his part in defending it.
lfe migrated to Israel in 1960 and set
up a business. Until the survival of ,
Israel became his business.
Israel's survival is still the business
of two-and-one-half million'Israelis.
The war goes on. Without Michael.
With other Michaels. Wholl willingly
give life or limb for their country.
But because almost all of Israel's
resources must be spent for defense,
there's practically nothing left over
for other vital services.
Like giving Michael the care he needs.
And deserves.
Money is desperately needed for
hospitals. Schools. For kibbutzim
and homes and machinery.
For Michael.
Maybe Israel can defend herself.
But the Israeli people still need
help so that they can somehow manage
to clothe, feed, educate and house
all their people.
And care for their sick. And bury
their dead. And build for their future.
They need the help of the Combined
Jewish Appeal and Israel Emergency
Fund, which is conducted by the
Greater Miami Jewish Federation.
This could be the last time you'll
be asked to give to help the people
of Israel.
Pray to Cod it's not.
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Greater Miami Jewish Federation's 4 1
1970 Combined Jewish Appeal **
and Israel Emergency Fund Campaign.
Robert Russell. Campaign Chairman
Milton Weiss, President, Greater Miami Jewish Federation
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Opera Star Roberta Peters
To Address Seminary Dinner
Metropolitan Opera star Roberta
peters will be on the program ol
The Jewish Theological Seminary's
iith annual Convocation Dinro r
Thursday. Feb. 19, at the Diplo-
mat Hotel.
Miss Peters, who will Ik- making
opera appearances Feb. 16-21 '
the l> ide County and Miami Beacn
Auditoriums, was the recipient last
November ol th< Seminary's "Eter-
nal Light" Modal.
She will addreas the more than
75 guests who will be assembled
,,, witness the Seminary's presen-|
,,-,., ol its 19TO National Com-
munity Service Awards to noted
lewish laymen. Milton S. Lasdon
New Thrift Store Needs Volunteers
Opening ol a new Thrift Shop
b> the Greater Miami H< brew
Acad< m> was announced this week
b> Louis Merwitzer. president of
Hebrew dap school. Located at J33
6th St., Miami Beach, it will "'i''1
for sale new and used clothing,
household goods and furniture do-
nated by community-minded per-
sons and firms.
Mrs. Emanuel Ungar. a '
oi the Hebrew Academy. Young
Israel and many other religious
nd educational organizations, who
i- serving as chairman o1 tnc
Thrift Shop committee issued an
apiK>a! for contributions of items
which may be sold by herself and
other members ol the Hebrew
Academy Women at the Thrift
Shoo, which will be oi>cn from
8 a.m. until 4 p.m.. Sunda> through
Fi Ida).
Additional volunteers to work
With Mrs. Ungar at the new store
also are needed. Mr. Mcrwitzei
said.
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In addition to Miss Peters, the
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\w."ird at an atternoon Convoca-
tion the same .lay in Temple
Emanu-El, Miami Beach.
The convocation, to l>e marked
by an academic procession, will see
the induction of Samuel Friedland
of Hollywood, ami Phillip Left and
Albert A List of New York into
the Seminary's Society of Fellows
with Dr. Louis Finkelstcin. chan-;
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at the afternoon ceremony.
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of the dinner.
Friday, February 13, 197Q
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|v rvite, loft. Mis. Harvey Friedman and
rman of the library committee, look
: ooks to be placed on the shelves of
.. i new library at its South Dade
. SW 120th St. A variety of books for
10 members and then families at the
. made possible by contributions from members
i. The main library is located at
SW 3rd Ave.
Israeli Movie, Music
Beth Moshe Rummage Sale
The Sksti i-hood : I.., th, "oi gregation i- conducting
Lincoln- < >" Iti temporary quar-
Women's I ten at 140th Street anil NW 7th
12 10 pjn. j Avenue from 9 am. t ". p.ra
Tuetdiy, Fob. 24 in the LOO Lin> I through Sunday, featuring clean,
rotoRd Rase Deller- usable Items, priced t> sell. Cora
tone tb) Chaptei president. SMverateln i* managim: ">*' s"'*'
Sisterhood Of Both Torah
"Looks Ahead Into 70c"
The Moliji- Kahnner Sisterhood
of Beth Torah Congregation an-
nounc -s that their next reg ilai
meeting will take plaec Wcdnes-
dajaeventng, at *15 ptm in Hie
Sodkl Flail when .n ofatstandin
program will in- presented by tlv
Human Reluti ins Coi ol
North M B rid i
chair nanship of Jeron Neiman,
active rommunit> leidi
looking
Ahead Intu Phe 70*s will cove
vai nity | in-
cluding :'' pi I '.
:- will be piesent
from the L) intj Hum me
(' and Ihe enl I
.... (ed by, Dr
Mi \ A I pschltz, R 'i bi T
rornh M R n ird Ri isenbcr
program chairman; Mrs Ro;
Marbin, Sisterhood president
Barr) College Presents
Eugene 0*Neil Tragedy
The D i irtment of Ba
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i. Jack Kent, Chris Vt I
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lanice H ip Ti (I Jans
Rich ird R.....-'ti.
Dr. Sol Stein Jubilee
Luncheon Speaker

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Dr. Sol Stem bf ffew York City
will be the guest ol honor .it the
Jubilee Reward Luncheon ol the
Women's Division f the Israel
H Irut Council of South Florida
ched iled foi noon Thursday, Feb.
19 the Eden R Hoti ace ird-
ing to Mrs J ick Wolfstc n,
'! the Women's 1 >h Ision.
Mrs Beulnh Davis
Beach i- i hairm in of the luncheon,
highlight the org
: Ions' cell bration of the 50th in-
- i j if the esl iblishme
II -i t 111 in Israel. Mrs M n i
lo ii .- i >l Miami Beach is i
- i \ at ions chairman
The local women's Ih
Funds to furnis I iBet
.\\ni i him c for parents i in 1
under the ispi ics of Hisi
.. s tlv lical s
.. in in 7"- .
...
Dr Stein
H h.di '
.1 ..'! I || '
i,-port on the current crisis I Ihe
Middle East after returned fro i
lar ii i .n late January, il con-
ferring with top leaders in the
; ivei nmenl and Hlstadrul
,\ : i ii i economist, D 51
is i g iduate ol the famed L'nivei -
sit) Ghent in Belgium He h is
hcade l the Hist idrul oi in U in
;n the Uniti d St iti t r ll P is
nun-
ire "'"
ort of 1 lu
Zionist
men I.
Mandolin Orchestra Concert
The sixth bi nual concert ol the
<;:. ati r Mil mi Mandolin rches-
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in ihe Hel n w Acadi mj ol it
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Friday, Febmcry 13. l^ApM.
>-
Lois Ellen Feral
. &4Lc>Ht people and f^U
A TRIP TO MARS
When I wont to the Dade County Auditorium
to hear the Greater Miami Philharmonic. I used
the expressway, but all of a sudden after going
lor miles I found myself back on the Miami
Beach side! But I was determined to get to that
concert so I stopped at Lili Duntovs and she
gave me explicit directions. .Where she found
all of those dark, lonely streets 111 never know..
Finally I got to Flagler Street and saw a big
building with many people walking in and out.
No one could understand me when I asked
what the building was. though. Finally the 12th
person 1 asked ~aid it was Miami High School:
Mj traveling companion, Sylvia Weinberger.
didn't taj anything excepl "Next time I will
drive.'
Thank goodn- -- there in time to hear
Schoenberg's "A Survivor from Warsaw." with
Vera Zorina narrating. I had never heard that
kind of music before and I ioved it. It was short
and choppv in twelve-tone idiom. I saw dozens of
people I knew including Mrs. Sidney Weintraub,
Mr and Mrs Richard Bnckman. Mr. and Mrs.
Joseph Upton, Dr. and Mrs. Rudolph Drosd.
Mr and Mrs. Richard Horwich. Mr. and Mrs.
Richard Litt. Dr. and Mrs. Eugene Komrad.
Mr, and Mrs. Hy Kaplan. Mr. and Mrs. Howard
Margulies and Mr. and Mrs. Meyer Baskin.
Later ir home of Dr. and Mrs. Charles Beher in honor of
the new Series B. concerts. Their house is simply
fascinating, all glass walls, a sunken garden
and even a rain forest. You feel as if you are
in another delightful world. The beautiful people
matched the fantastic setting, too. Included
among the guests were Mr and Mrs. H. A. Ross.
ace*
Mr. and Mrs Sam Luby, Jr., Mr. and Mr* Hy
Ueber. Mr. and Mrs. SeJM Snow. Mr. Bruno
Gelber and his mother. Mr. and Mrs RoiK
Nyberg and Mrs, Mori is Burk.
THE ROOM BUZZED
Dr and Mrs. Maurice Lev and their teen-
a rera Benlta and Peter, win. were in Miami for
th ir first vacation since two yea ig vis too
Mrs Joseph Dunto> She entertained for them
on evening celebrating the children's birthdays
at the same time An mg the guests wen Dr.
and Mrs. Sherman Kaplan. Dr. and Mrs David
Nathan Mr. and Mrs John Thomas, Dr Seym
and Dr. Rose London, Dr. and Mrs. Meyer
Marks Mr. and Mrs. Harry Edel. Kurl Sevirn.
Mr and Mrs. Bon 'Anna Brenner. Meyers
Victor Sharoff (whose hook was Just publishedi.
Flo Comanor -now Mrs. Saul Kaplanl was at
the party too: she was visiting in Miami. Hei
son Jeffrey, who composes music is now making
his own albums. The room fairly buzzed with
Tell it like it was." as the party-ers reminisced.
FIVE CASSEROLES OF NOODLE PUDDING
Edgar and Helen Miller had 34 guests for
dinner. Helen cooked and the company ate -
five casseroles of noodle pudding, which is her
specialty. Afterward, instead of sleeping off the
delicious dinner, the guests played cards. Among
the group were Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Lewis, Mr.
and Mrs. Louis Easton. Mr. and Mrs. M.
Finkelor. Mr. and Mrs Harry Korash. Mr. and
Mrs Lou Perkell, Mr. and Mrs. Jess Spirer. Mr.
and Mrs. Sam Elinoff. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Ehnoff.
Mr. and Mrs. Ira Harris and Mr. and Mrs. Al
Shkoler.
Luncheon Set By
1^ 1. I* '..rlpiW LnStl8ed To "?
I long I .^ l*arcieii Mr and Mrs Moi.ton Vara) i
'I .*. liivilini'V Hay Hi ights Dr Mianu. a.-,.,',,,,^
JliniOl .-\U\1II*> the engagement of their laughteJ
a\ mg
tlaughu
Fhc Funior Auxiliary of Douglas l-ois Ellen, who i^prc*
Jewish Home for the in New York City.
Lwillholdits innu ,s ,,,,,, ,u...
in the American Hole Grand m m
Ballroom, at noon Tuesday. 11
announced by Mrs. Jay Rocht-
,, president ol the auxili ir>
Th ir gala event of the year, will
feature enl l "''"'-
! ,.,, Sohn and his
l .. R Jr., M A
Si gal as honoi
Mrs Siegal, a 74-y< ar-nl l chil I-
. ., vidow, is typica ol th more
. i, ..,. ,-. Dougl is
dens whoa 'vi > Kistence I P
noon the Junior Auxiliary, on
four auxiliar | '''" "-
ous financial rt to Douglas
Gai ten: I efforts help 1
Home to meet Temple Beth Sh
and continue the high quality c re
and Ni w York Univi rail
(, mc the hi ido ,,l Dun., i
Schenkler. a graduate ol th Fash
ion Institute of Tc chnol
> <>i k who is pn S' r.ih
with Loomsklll T< xti i
of the prospective bi I ]
. re Mr. and Mrs. William S
li r of The Bronx. NY
The wedding will take
Ihc Dora! Country Clul
Painting!
Of Israel
At the openini i ,\J
hibit In the Low* -L s ins
1
anrre'habi I services M I Chase Ave.. M'ami Bea
fcrs to its residents. "<" ruesd-.y Feb. 24
When Mrs Siegal arrived at the visiting Israel, artist. xhl
Home she was lonely and do- his paintinga of Israel. Th S -u-r
resscd after a series of hospital!- hood, which is spmso:-,- thel
(how, will create "NIGHT 1N|
zations. She felt she had nothing
left to live for. With patience and
understanding the Home's profes-
sional social worker helped her,
overcome her fears and soon she
began to show interest in herself
and in her surroundings
Mrs. Siegal was introduced to
the Art and Crafts program of the
of its most
j ERUSA l.EM atm J
turning the Sisterhood Lounge ,n-l
to a Middle East bazaar serviM
Israeli foods and featuring Isrr-olil
gifts. Mis Meyer Roller Sister!
hood president, has am lunoeil
The Temples Culture and F.-el
Arts chairman, Mrs. Davi Druck-I
\franc9S *-./
man
Sisterhood Interfaith Panel Program Set
Religion and the Future of, Dessert and coffee will be ^rved.
America" will be the topic for the; Women of all religious faiths are
^n-to-man panel program at the invited to attend but 'jested to
Temple Israel Sisterhood monthly call the Temple office for reserva-
meeting Wednesday, at 12:30 p.m. I tions.__________________________
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include Dr. Conrad Willard. pastor
of Central Baptist Church; Rev.
Wiley Scott. Miami Beach Com-
munity Church: and Dr. Joseph R
Narot. rabbi of Temple Israel.
Home and became one
talented craftsmen and artisans
i Success in this area led her to be- ,.r. is in charge of the art xhihtl
come active in other phases of the Ml.^ Stanley Goldsmith ind Mr-
Homes program, beginning a new SamPtl| Robinson an- CO-chalrmH
and productive life.
"It's like a miracle, the new life
have found at Douglas Gar-
Sophie Primak Reviews
"The Chosen" By Potok
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Portraits by
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The Miami Beach Chapter of
Hadassah will have Its fourth ses-
sion of this year's Book Review
Series Monday, at 1:30 p.m. in the
Ruhaiyat Room of the Algiers
Hotel "when Mrs. Sophie Primak
will preview The Promise" by
Chaim Potok.
Proceeds from 'he Review
Series help to support the Hadas-
sah-Israel Education services
Tickets for the remaining -
may he purchased at the door.
Mrs Jack Miller is chairman of
the Series and Mrs. Philip Thai
is chapter president
1
dens." she said.
Recently Mrs. Siegal became
friends with one of the Home's
male residents, and the two of
them can be seen together fre-
I quently walking arm in arm. Whi n
asked if there are any wedding
!vl!s in the future, she answers-
with a twinkle in her eves. -Here
at Douglas Gardens anything is
;.....'.ble."
A love story? It's too soon to
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rr^T\oi"iee Is Guest Speaker
B c ^n who lias
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Regency Club Meets
Ar, i minenl psychiatrtot will dis-
i m tin problenu ol boredom ami
loneliness at the Regency Club's
- : m meeting Monday In the
Washington Federal, 1133 Nor-
mandy Dr. A social and dancing
will follow. The club ha* sched-
,i a i ocktail dance at 9 30 p.m.
Saturday, F b 28, in the Bali Hal
Lounge of the Singapon Hotel,
9801 Collins Ave., Miami Beach
! Sisterhood, -liu ( ,,f Bdmisslon i
two drinks, and all single are
: for
;
.....
: u, Icomt 'I
idecs for the 30th .Pearl) Anniversary Luncheon of the
Temple Dnanu-El Sisterhood were exchanged by those who
attended the Hostess Coffee held by Mrs. Robert Blum in
her penthouse home recently. Mapping plans for the event
:o be held Wednesday noon in the temple's Friodland Ball-
room learning Tnxie Levin and the Temple Players in a
musiccl revue are Mrs. Bernard D. Kaplan, (left) Sisterhood
riMkkinl Mrs living Lehrman. their hostess. Mrs. Blum.
and Mrs. Al Podvin, Anniversary Luncheon chairman.____
Working on the theme decoration for the
"Man's World Gala." a dinner-dance the
Pinetree Chapter of ORT will hold Saturdcy
night at the Doral Beach Hotel, are, horn
left, (seated) Mrs. Stephen Schafier, Mrs.
Jerry Zeltzer. and Mrs. David Sens; (stand-
ing! Mrs. Harvey Ruvin. chairmen of the
gala; Mrs. David Schcenfield. and Mis. Ellis
Feinstein. "The Men in your life" will be
the feature ol the evening, during which a
fashion show will be presented by local
businessmen modeling fashions from Bill
Elass, Oleg Cassini and Pierce Cadin bom
the designer's shep of Burdines. Malt
models will include Stanley Arkin, Davit;
Balough. Frank Clare, Larry Cliff. Jim Dun-
can. Bennet Feldman. Herbert Horowitz,
Judge Walter Lebowitz. Rubin Martinez
North Bay Village Mayor Harvey Ruvin
Robert Simms, Neil Sonnet, David Schoen-
field and Judge Eugene Weiss. Harry Smith
from Burdine's and Mrs. Donald Lefton will
coordinate the evening. Mrs. Harvey Ruvin
is chairman for the gala.
Israeli Art. Festival At
Hollywood's Temple Sinai
'Festival
\ H iber Karp
I' r Sina 1201 -; tin-
Festival <>f Israeli Art. I>. and
Mrs. Alfred Gcronemus, Mr. and
Mrs Men Kaplan and Dr. .ind
Three Rabbis Guest Speakers
Rabbi Rilnh P. Kingslcy ft
Temple Sinai of North Dade, Rab-
bi Naftall Porush ol Young Israel
of Greater Miami, and Rabbi Wil-
ton SchUnsky of Temple Adathi
Ycshurun will casein* What's
Happening in the Synagofiuc To-
day" ,i- ih. guest speakers of the!
North Dad< Chapter No. s09
B'nal B'rith Women The meeting
will be held .it sis p.m. Tuesday.
F< b -'4. it Washtogtofi Federal
Auditorium. 699 NE lr.Tth St..
North Miami Bench
uSt :; new indout- Mrs Milton Caster arc the chair-

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Dr and Mrs Howard Fuersl Mi
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Friday,



Rebuilding Progresses On
Mount Scopus Campus
Mount Scopus campus cf the Hebrew Uni-
versity, prior to the reconstruction of old
and addition cf new buildings, i shown in
the picture at the top. Below is the Givat
Ram campus dedicated in 1954 which was
intended for a maximum of 4,000 students,
but is currently serving 15,000. The redevel-
opment cf Mount Scopus is planned to take
the greatest concentration cf student activity j
away from overciowded Givat Ram.
The work of rebuilding and re-
construction on the Mount Scopus
-- I ahc id '
full speed. The Faculty >f Law,
the ;'ii transfer to the campus
with tlii' start of the academic
year, has an area L" times the
lize of that at its disposal on the
Givat Ram campus.
First year, studies in science \v ill
soon be transferred to Mount
SeopU; and a restaurant to seat
240 students has now licon com-
pleted alongside the science bui'id-
ing.
The Samuel ana Joan Rothberg
Amphitheatre has boon completelyi
reconstructed to scat l.sno per-
sons; it will serve as a center for
University ceremonies.
The former Ratnoff Building has
been reconstructed as a student
hostel. N tmed the Horace \V. Gold-
smith Residence Hall, it provides
accommodations tor 220 students.
Alongside this building additional
dormitories which will provide!
space -'.-' '' stud.-nts in 19 build-
Jngs an under construction. Three
of these I u cl which
imn..... 120 persons
due to bo completed j A
1970.
Construction ol additional st :-
dent dormitories is to star- dur-
ing the year on nearby French
Hill. These are planned to prosidc
looms for 000 married couples and
accommodation for married stu-
dents with children.
The building housinc the Harry
S. Truman Centre for the Ad-
vancement of Peace which is In
an advanced stage of construction
is expected to be ready for occu-
pancy in the next few weeks
The foundation stones of the
Hebrew University-twelve in
number to symbolize the twelve
tribes of Israel- were laid by Dr.
ChaJm Weizmann on the crest of
Mount Scopus, on the eastern out-
skirts of Jerusalem on July 24.
1918. Palestine was a battle-front
at the time, and the laying ol the
- m s was an act thi
imminence ol a revival of Hebrew
culture and civilization, which;
awaited only the coming >>f p
The formal dedication ceremony!
> rs later, on April 1. 1925 j
m; it held at the site of what was I
become the University's Open Air I
Theater. Dr. W< zmann presided
over the ceremony as President >t
the Zionist Organization, and the
chiof Inaugural address was dettv-i
ered bv the aged Lord Balfour.
Bv 194*. 'he University com
prised a Faculty of Humanities.!
a Faculty of Sconce, a Pr.-r ac-
uity of Medicine, a school of Agri-
culture, a Department ol Educa-
tion the Hebrew University Press,
and the Jewish National and l ni
versity Library with almost 500.-
rohtntts, a- well as 'two mu-
seums,
With all i'* students, and many
.. .. ,ch. : in the Israe De-
. i -. the Hi brew Univer-
sity had no alternative but to
SUsp, i studies during 1948 In
.. 1949 sorrn 500 si
., | the new academli year
. n V'i:l
v, vnrU >; the Univi
,,, : ; md the stud >it body
row p l< '
tion became acute B> 1956. the
University ivm scattered in some
flftj dings through-
out Jerusalem but pressure on
u ,. ; .. vi re. Lack
apparatus n I i sciei
toi es also coi litul se'! "'
prol ilcm
By |953, M is ". ii that the
n carlj turn to
Mount S
u
ty. Ai '
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11 :- I en11
nivoisary celebration on
LM
During the period after i
ihc Hebrew University establi
the Hebrew University.Hada
Medical School, the
Fan
Law and the Faculty of
Sciences. It also convert
school .'f Agricultural
rtedgi nto
. Inaugurated
Sthoor "f Dental MMdne
Sch(K>l of Pharmacj a Grai
I brar; School and thi I
wald School ol S i .v
reorganized the I
Education as a S in i
with the aim of extend
' Unh
l **> i.
and Development.
In 1964'66 some students vt
enrolled in Tel Avh
meet the need ot making nt>
rs ty facilitii -
thos living in othi
country. By the end I I I 1*.
pro ts il Ithd av j
Univeritj from Tel Avh v.:,}\
complete.
I ) June '. 1967
ited its flag oi i
-t rm on thi ]
the ex
g \ .
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\lizraclii Pays Tribute
To 3 Past Presidents

Mizrachi-Hapoel Hamlzrachi al
Beth larael Synagogue, 770 10th
pin 'i tin- organizers ol the local
Mizraehi and has terved several
lenra ai Its pn lident A membei
ol the board <>i din ctori "i thi
well-known Salanter Yeahiva In
Ni w York, in- is .i Im-iu tactor ol
the Yishi\;i Torah V.xlaaUi iii
Brooklyn. N V .-mil h;r* wflrlofl
i.n-lissiy fm local ami national
i Jewish caj
-M.ii .>..... ,-.*. ........., Jewish .musis as will as Yeshivot
St. Miami Etaaoh. a< 6*0 p.n, t^rSru&riHGHfib Lnn.l.
Sunday In celebration of Israel's
22nd annivenuirjf Rabbi Berel
VVcln, who haa insi completed a
three-week tour ol Israel, will !
ill, principal six ak< i
.Mas Hn-lii. I'.i-v Joaeph Krantz
and Dr. Sherwln Stauber, all i>i
whom are former president* of the
i/;itinn. will be iecognized for
tin-ir outstanding l< adership in the
community and t ii. Ir ilgnificanl
contributions to religious schools
and social service agencies in Is-
rael, Hyman Kolko, predidenl ol
in- Rcligioui Zionists ol America
croup, has announn >
A native ol Germany, Mr Hrchl
hi, ni If led hinuw II II h Ihi
ol religions zioi Ism .-it an earl>
age. He and his wif< have estab-
lished Nachlath Max and Kate I
Hecht mi the land where Moahas
Beth Gamaliel is situated, between
Rehovol and Yavne, through sub-
stantial contributions t" the Jew-
ish National Kun.l They recentlj
laid the ciirni-rstinii- of th
Synagogue they are building in
tin- Moahav, which is affiliated
with the Mizraehi movement
I >i Stauber. the form r rabbi of
Young Is....: oi Greater Miami, is
s partner in the Miami Beach law
In m oi Grover, Clment, Wi Insti in
ami Stauber and sorvos on the
boards ol directois ol the Mesivta
of Greater Miami and the Oholei
Torah Daj Scl.....I
Rabbi Staulx r 11 ci lv< il his i ab<
lii.H.il training al the New Israel
Rabbinical College In Baltimore,
Md and the Mi si\ la Rabbi Chaim
Berlin in Brooklyn, NY He also
studied al Johns Hopkins Univer-
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and hold Bachelor ol Aits and
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Rabbi Mayer Abramowitz. spiritual leader of Temple Me-
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David Zucker. national vice president cf the United Syna-
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Friday, February
i>.\nnv HETBOFBS8A Miami Mi steal Arts "
Danny, son of Mrs. Terry was the recipient of the
Pietrofessa and Daniel Pletrofessa
)1 Miami Beach, will become Bar
Mltzvah at Temple Menorah, Sat-
urday. Feb. 14. Rabbi Mayei
\ imowit2 will officiate at the
ceremonies.
Danny is a student at Nautilus
Junior Hisrh School, where he is
in the eighth grade.
The family will celebrate the
ision with a dinner in honor
i| the celebrant.

LISA KLIKM.W
Lisa Laurctte, daughter >:' Mr
and Mrs. Marsh.ill Kill
lledo Ave., Coral I les will
celebrate her Bat Mitzvah al Tem-
Or Olom Friday night. Feb. 13
Lisa, a s-verr id : .....
P i ce de Leon Junior II..
- reasurer of h -r V ng J
club.
Mr. and Mrs Klieman will host
the Oneg Shabbat I rig the
services in their daughti r's honor.

BRAD 2FCKEBMAX
Brad, son of Mr. and Mrs. Paul
Zuckerman, 1720 SW 99th Ct..
will beconv Bar Mit/vah Sai
ning, Feb 14. at Temp
Olom.
Brad is .i seventh gr student
at Rockway Junior High Sell
and plays the trumpet :n tin
sch >l band.
Mr .'ml Mrs. Zuckerman will
h is I the Ones Shabbat following
h. Friday night services as well
- i Kiddush in the Tempi'
lowing the ceremonies Sat
A reception in Brad's honor will be
hosted by his parents Saturday
i ning.
Among the guests expected to
ireaent are Brad's materna1
grandmother, Mrs Annie Stein.
and his paternal grandparents,
Mr and Mrs Martin Greenberg,
fi i Mew York.

SCSAN LEA KATZMAN
Susan Lea, daughter of Mr and
Mrs, George Ratzman of North
Miami Beach, will become Bat
Mitzvah a' Beth Torah Congrega-
tion Friday evening, Feb. 13.
Susan is a seventh grade honor
Student at the Hebrew Academy
and an advanced student of the
piano. She is planning for a career
in teaching.
The celebrant will be honored
at a reception Sunday evening
at Beth Torah.
H r brother Richard, who is at-
tending school in Connecticut, and
her grandfather. Dr. B. Maurice
Shure from Brooklyn. NY., will
be among the guests at the cele- swimmer.
prize offered in a Bureau of Jew-
ish Education Art contest
The celebrant's parents will hold
I reception in her honor in Sp
Hall. Among the honored guests
will be he:- grandparents, Mr. and
Mrs William Weintraub and Mr.
and Mrs. J ck R isenblatt of New
York
KEVIN AROXOFF
S turday morning, Feb 14 at
th ".-. Center, Kevin, son of
Mr and Mrs. Leonard Aronoff
will become Bar Mitzvah.
Ki vin is a stud I I the Is-
C Hebrew Sch >1 an I
is in tl Shenan-
lunior High.
Mi uid Mrs Aron ifi w ill -
: : lush follow .".
Sunda>
of their -
G sts will le Mi in I Mrs
: s Ar r. >fl : Mi ind Mrs
, I. grandparents i
th,' celebranl Irving Breitboi 1
M iss i ;huse11 s, Isidore
Aronoff and Dr. and Mrs, Martin
r from Virg I Mrs
Rit i Kr.r. New
V .rk
* *
WILLIAM RLl MKNKRANZ
On Saturday -.....ning, Feb. 11
it Temple Ner Tamid, Will
son of Mr. and Mrs. Herman
Blumenkranz, 8927 Emerson Ave.
Surfside, will b--' Bar Mitzvah.
William IS i student of Temple
Ner Tamid Religious School and
attends Nautilus Junior High
Sch > '.
The celebrant will be h >n
at a Kiddush following ser
\ reception Saturday evening at
home. A reception for Billy's fri-
will ilso be held Sunday
afternoon at the Twelve Caesar's
Hotel.
Out-of-town guests will include
Mr. and Mrs Abe Lipson of Syra-
cuse. N Y. Willia n's gre it-aunt
and uncle.
ELLIOTT ROSF.X"
Elliott, the son of Bruche Rosen
and the late Dr. Robert Rosen,
became Bar Mitzvah at Sky Lake
Synagogue Saturday. Feb. 7. In
addition to chanting the Haftorah.
he conducted the entire Shachrls
service including the special Halle]
service on the occasion of Rosh
Chodes Adar-one.
The celebrant, who attends Sky Congregation
Moshe Gilboa
Will Present
First Coin Set
Consul General M ishe 11
Israel s
Southeastern United Stai -
l th first set 19
n coins at 1
Miami 1
s the worlds I leru-
The Can
ton Avi is the onlj ik in
>r Miami ff< i i th< new sets
: in honor of the Stai
, for sa
' st ablis
a
lit additi >n : >r lin il
sets nted
in Jei us.lie.:; will
ice to cust >m< rs i
:' : stesi
in Mia
169 stai lenl lepos
The new coin- vail
the first time as uncirculated ts
if -.\ denominations in walli I
: ilders as well :i- in prnt
holders. The 1969 sets, purchas
was arrai I j
Stephen H. Can
inly in thi tation h il I-
: -
Arrangements for Consul Gen-
eral Gilboa's visit to the hank -
which also will exhibit a special
display o; Israeli coins and medals
provided by the government of
Israelwere made by Dr. M
S ssin, president of the Israel
Kistadrut Council of South Flor-
ida and a director of the bank
The consul general, here for the
Hi-t idrut Mid-Winter Conference.
lias just returned from Israel
Miracle Healer To Visit
When Lisker Chief Rabbi Solo-
mon Friedlander, who is known as
the Miracle Healer of the Lisker
in The Bronx, ar-
Lake Synagogue Religious School' rives in Miami Beach Sunday, he
and is a student at John F. Ken- will ^ carryjnK a l.200-year-old
Torah and a book on the Kabbalah
Ken-
nedy Junior High School, plays
the drums and is a blue-ribbon
brstion.
*
ARXO TOPP
Arno, son of Mr. and Mrs. Julio
Topp of North Miami Beach, will
observe his Bar Mitzvah Saturday
morning. Feb. 14. at Beth Torah
Congregation.
Arno has attended the Harold
Wolk Religious School for the past
few years and plans to continue
his education there.
Elliott was honored at th- Kid-
that is more than 1.000 years old.
The Rabbi, whoso familv of rab-
dush following the services and binical sages of the Hassidic sect
at a reception in his home. (an ^p traced back eleven genera-
Among the family and friends tions p!ans tQ ^ staving a{ 1XQ
attending the celebration are his
maternal grandmother and his j Pennsylvania Ave.. Apt. 9. for two
godparents. Mr. and Mrs. Snm weeks. He will welcome calls from
Baumel. interested persons.
RORFRT MARCI'S
Robert, son of Mr. and Mrs
Abraham Marcus of North Miam
Artists Honored At Tea
The Harbour House Gallery was
the scene of a "Champagne Pre-
view'' honoring artists Ruth Green
and Reyna Youngerman recently.
The works of these artists will be
Beach, will observe his"Bar MHz- on display at the gallery from 11 for the first time.
vah Saturday morni-ig. Feb. 14. at
Beth Torah Congregation.
Robert attends John F. Kennedv
Junior High School and the Harold
Wolk Religious School. He n'ans
to continue his education ther_\
26. An enthusiastic crowd attend-
ed the "Meet the Artists Tea"
opening the exhibit of graphics by
Bin. Youngerman, who is well-
known in this area and paintings
by Mrs. Green, a Cleveland artist
whose work is being shown here
i
LYNN MILLER
On Friday evening. Feb. 13
Lyi n Debra, daughter of Mr. and
Ml H a ird N Mi'ler, 23 S Pros-
ped Dr. Coral Gables, will cle-
brate h"r Bat Mitzvah at Beth
id Congregation.
Lynn, who is in Hebrew Gr 1
at the temple's religious school.
where she will continue her
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she is in the seventh grade. A
voice student in the University of
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YOUR INVITATION
We offer the finest in Engraving and Thermograph?.
Yon will be delighted with our complete line of '
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Call For An Appointment With Ow
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BRING THIS AO FOR 100 PERSONALIZED NAPKINS FREE
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Miami Happenings
state Representative OeraW
Lewi* D-M 5 announced

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Dr. William M. Stokes,
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Poyntelle, in the Pocono Mountains of Pennsylvania
Separate Camps with Facilities for
150 BOYS, 150 GIRLS & STAFF OF 135
Complete Modern Infirmary with Foil Time
Doctor and Nurses
All Buildings New and Modern
Grounds Bounded by Two Lakes
Dietary Laws Observed in Dining Room
Guest Houses Provided for Visiting Parents
Same Management for 30 Years
CAMP ECHO LARK Offers a Full Schedule of Athletic
Cultural Activities to Please Every Camper, including:
WATER SPORTS-Swir"-,ng, Boating, Canoeing, Sailing, Wa'er
Skiing
ATHLETICS-Nine All-Weather Tennis Courts, Indoor and Out-
door Basketball Facilities, Nine-Hole Golf Course, full time Pro.
Basketball, Football, Soccer, Indoor and Outdoor RollersU- g
Inter-Camp Games, Archery, Tennis, Fencing. Trampoline
CULTURAl-Dancing, Drama, Arts and Crafts, Fine Arts, Soc alt
Saturday morning Services.
For further information and Brochure contact
ACE WEINSTEIN
5700 COLLINS AVENUE, MIAMI BEACH
Telephone 864-8281
and
HARDER HALL
GOLF-TENNIS
CAMP FOR
TEENS (Co-Ed)
On beautiful Rex Beach Lake in the rolling lake-ridge
country of Florida's Central Highlands A superior summer
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Championship Course Individual coaching in golf, tennis
and water sports by top Pros Pool and lake swimming
Water skiing Sailing Driver Ed. Fishing Trips
Socials Discotheque Academic tutoring available.
Camp Session Starts
JUNE 27-AUGUST 15
CAMP DIRECTORS: VICTOR E. JACOBSON, A. RIFKIN
For Brochure and Particulars write: S. T. Giffard, Dept. if
Harder Hall Golf-Tennis Camp
Completely Air Conditioned
Sebring, Fla. call collect 813-385-0151


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STATE OF FLORIDA
No. 78805 (BLANTON)
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GOLD TABLEWARE
' THIS LOVELY 3 PUCE COMPANION SETTING
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TENDER T BONE STEAKS
JUICY CHUCK STEAKS 69
PORTERHOUSE STEAKS $139
TOP ROUND STEAKS $1"
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Borden's Velva Kreme 19
Chocolate Skim Milk 25
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study.
Tar Isssrlatrd V* sabsasjaewt-
i rrerlved .i two year SlOHiHHl
I (rani tram tin- Nntlonal Instit-
ute ..I Mental Health lur more
roniprrhiMisiw study whieli was
teflia in Jim-- 1968, The led-
rnllv-tiniini - rnni|iar.- the hippies with non-
hi|i|n.- jtliil.i -nt in sii.-h arris
II the MCiltlof) and psychology
ol ,tll>'IMlinn. ill ii ; abuse anil
I olhi-r in-.is u( iitolescenl -
tuiior wliirh have l--enmr nmt-
ti-ix "i concern in thr general
l-Ollkllllllt it >
llv
ill thr
b\ .in
Th.
East Vi la I
*nial wi ntx.....ei
tt Mid W I Y the
Y in
Brooklyn, th u-EI Mld
twn Y iii M n h ii hi. the
Moshulu-M i 'omrminity
(fetter in II \ and the
K i treat Neck
PinUy Tit ... :i>lations and
commitment i .1 goals also
we being studied in the two
woups. with th,. ,,l of deVC-
loping preventive and rehabilita-
tion programs The study i<
scheduled to be co leted next
June,
Iv Holnv 11.....1 that the
findings of the .',,: study con-
in ill to
nit valid lions" but
'"" .....i ku.ms did
"practices
r'- chara 0f the
initv." The
Ij .. Ine .. .
ol five ; digenous h
lewera who I I in-
[1 llow-h 1 pies .- -
Ing in the l last V'ill 1
All f wen raduat -
four in. .1 an I oni worn 1
On,' had attended graduate
. i| and lwo h I mo I
degrees Intel v lw were c in-
duel.-1 during ,1 1 wo-wet k p< 11
in N ivembei L967 and dal was
col 1 ted from 31 men and 20
women.
The Hadsaga showed that
must ol the 51 hippies hail :il-
1 1.1I. I eollrge and that 10' I
hat iM-eii graduated from col-
lege. The iii 11 m it \ were between
IK .mil 2.'i jreara of ago. Thr
male- were, on the average.
three jmft) older tlian the cirls.
>iost came from fairly well-to-
do i iimlii's anniiul Incomes of
win. h were reported as between
S10.(Mil and I18.6M.
While 47*; of i ii males were
Jews only -'>' of th.. girls ware
Jewish. A disproportionate!}
g .-.it number of girls rep irted
Protestant backgrounds, Three
ni the hippies came fr.im atheis-
tic backgrounds and 16 from
"mixed" religious backgrounds,
suggesting thai 'he actual num-
ber of Jews in the group mighl
be Closer to '(>' than the in-
dicated mie-tiiiid proportion.
i The hippies said they believed
that then- parents had tn
them in "a relatively consis-
tent manner." This was reported
to be "particular!) true among
Jewish respondents." Most ol
the hippies reported having h id
few meaningful social rel itlon-
ships among parents and friends
lor example, before the) ei I '
the hippie "c >mmunlt>
Within the hippie Hiiheulturr.
all of the .">! reported prior or
eiirienl use of marijuana ami
t reported at leant one of
their parents Used it. Well n\er
hall reported iisin^ marijuana
for more than three yean and
inure than hall rep irte I tiny
hail use,i drags before becoming
hippies. The majority also in-
dicated they were then nting
or had had experiences with
hashish and LSD, and to a leaser
degree with meaeallne and
in.-thadrine. Exposure to heroin
among all of them v.as reported
as "extremely low." however.
rr Holmes a i~ c ml i< us In
indicating reasons why the
young people had chosen a hip-
life style. He said thai informa-
tion fr mi the pilot study sug-
gested that many of Iheirt be-
lieved sincerely in the has ~
tenets of the hippie phllosoohy
and that it w is equally evident
that "many use the movement
as a cover for other, less-
Utopian forms .! behavior, e.g.,
s. mi il promiscuity and drug use
There Is", he de '1 n ed, i w Ide
, of ii ienl ii l. 'ii from the
idealist in the out-and-out
hedonist."
Dr Holmes conclu led thai the
h dicated th it the hipnie
movement was primarily "a
symptom of alienation." and that
most hippies in the group could
b. described as alienated, re-
moved from, or uncommitted to
the dominant value- of society
!! Indicated that most of the
hiooies in the study h id 'X-
hiblted .-I'll.is'.or now considered
'hippie' well before the advent
of the formal 'hippie' commu-
nity."
Man) had reported they left
ho:iv in their teens, that they
used drugs at an early age that
they did not feel committe I to
anybody oi anything and they
had i feeling .>f "personal ir-
..el.-v incy' to the dues of the
dominant society, he said
Mr. and Mrs. Neal Amdur accepted the Children's Center
"founders of research" award for her parents, Mr. and Mrs.
Isadore Hecht, at the ar-nual awards dinner-dance held
recently at the Fontainebleau Hotel.
Seillins Will Lead Firs!
Y-Sponsored Israel Tour
Estevez Is Fashion Show's Honor Guest
Designer Luis Estevei will be
nest of hoiMM lb* faahior.
show luncheon presented b)
Ilurdine's for the benefit of l hi
American Cancer Society
This annual Fete du Sostil will
b. held on Monday at the Hotel
Fontainebleau. The musical show
under the direction of Betty
Sherwin, Burdlne's fashion co-
.idmator. begins at 12:15. follow
.si by luncheon at 1 p.m
Reservations are necesary and
tickets are available at the Miami
office of the American Cancer
S *iety, 2 SE 13th SI
Mrs Jerome N Matthews
JW\ Posl Presents Awards
To Poster Contest Winners
. Bi B, |., No
! Jewish
,,'.;'' the USA will
nual Brotherhood
Program at X ,,. ,-,.....,,,v ,
l>,..l. 1' lUes.taV 111
I ;i WO! W Flngler Si
' '-'ker will be Re\ Luthei
'' pastoi ,|
| Twrch ,.,
|mo,tPierW ''
Man'
'TIV
Con
Hallandale
and
m ..f Mn Mai g< > Frel
will !' included In the pro
'n add i; >n th winners of the
post-sponsored 1970 Broth. -
Poster Contest held at Miam
Jackson High School and Miami
Senior High School, their families
and teachers will be the guests of
the organization \ special trophy
will be aw aided to the school
chairman, has announced tha
special buses will depart from
Temple I'.eth Am, Miami Shores
Baptist Church, and the Cora'
Cahles Municipal Parkin? Lot.
KSSA Award Goe
To Staff Members
How ud A Friedman, proie "
cTordinator-meteorologist, and S
Jack Lubin, chief navigator wit11
the Environmental Science Sei
ires Administration's Research
Fli-ht Faciliv in Miami. we>
.,,..,.. the ESSA !'.....arch Fll
Facility staff members who n
cent ly received an award In ap-
. pciation "f their partlcipat
(nniie the eyewall -.....Mm ol H'tr-
rtcane Debbie Au ;us1 18-20, 19 '
The award was presented b\
,,,. |{ Cecil Gentry director o
the Miami based National Hur-
ricane Research Laboratory, who
,1,0 thi director of "Project
St. rmfury." a kint Departmenl
,,f Commerce and Departmenl o
Del nse operat.....al
project aimed al modifying the;
structure of hurricanes
Mr Fi ledman, who ia a member
,f the board i>f directors of th
The fust YM-YWHA of Gre iter
Miami iponsored trip to Israel
will be led by Sam Seitlln, presi-
dent of the "Y." and Mrs Seitlln,
l he "Spend Purim In Israel" trip
is for l") days, leaving Miami
March 15 ami returning March 29,
, and includes sightseeing, farewell
irt) meetings with Israeli per-
- m lUties, folklore evi nings and
mai y other interesting events A
I few reservations are still available
through Miriam Schelnberg, Group
Services Director al the Y
Mi Seithii, has also announced
that the V's second annual Israeli
Youth I'd.:, m ig '": teenagers
lis^.-is. is s'ai.-d [or July August
tins ye ir The pilgrimage is co-
sp insored b) G eater Miami Jew-
ish Federation in cooperation with
thi American Zionist Youth Foun-
dation and all applicants will re-
i, r. a personal Interview before
being approved for participation.
In a seven-week program >:
-tuh and travel under the expert
supervision of V staff and Israeli
. ajnselors, the Youth Pilgrimage
will tout the country from Dan
to Eilat." making field trips to
significant historical sites, and
spending lime on a Kibbutz as
we'l as meet in- with Israeli youth
groups.
' pi .luce, and will !> awarded t<> uie scnooi oi me
Ch 2's "Man To hidged to nave submitted the pcsl Hebrew Academy of Greatet M
mow moderating group ol poaters \m\ was also elected is vice presl-
,ute" n"oTrh dTs%nF,r" E" "win L. Feibelman. post dent ol the Miami Meteorological
|Sunii '", "". ouartermaster. Is chairman .-f thi Si (..,.u Bn affiliate of the Ameri-
ihi.sh;;;' ** ., -Bpoth*,
th.- ',nd musical
T.'mpl
selections by
Zl"" Choll under the
plst
quartermaster, is chairman of the
Brotherhood Program The Post
Commander is Stanley u. Stuart,
and Mrs Mae Schrelber is presi-
dent of the Ladles Auxiliary
can MeteorokJ lety Mr
Lubln is the pii-rient oi Temple
Or Olom, South Miami
An Ulpan torientation session! I
Will be conducted for approximate-
ly one week at the YM-YWHA of
Greater Miami to prepare the
young tourists for their tour of,
Israel It will include rudimentary i
Hebrew and an introduction to
Israeli life
Km further information eon-
cerning cost- and schedules c >n-1
tact Michael Katz, Israeli Com-
munity Youth Consultant al
the Y."

Mr, and Mis I'd LUStlg, cocliair-
men ..r the YM-YWHA of Gre iter
Miami Summer Day Camp Com-
mittee h ive released the dates foi
the 1970 summer programs al the
Y." 8500 SW Sih Si
The first ol the two four
sessions will begin M inday, June
22, and run through Friday, Jul)
IT; the s.e mil session will
Monday July 20 and continue
through Friday \ 14 The pro-
gl i-.. will include:
Maccabees < mn. a half day
foi to 4 year olds.
from 9 a in. to noon, M nd i)
through Ft "lay
Oa'arim (amp t. '' >v '
olds, from 9 am to p m. M nda)
through Friday
itat/ophim (amp Kinder-
garten through 2nd made 9 a.m
I | m M ."day through Friday
I imp Adventure I il 3rd and
4th grade groups, and children
5th and 6th grade
Cultural Arts Camp 3 day?
per week 15 45 p.m, Llm I
to -1 and 5 year olds.
Fun and Play 1st through SI i
grade, 2-4:30 p.m. Monday through
Frida) (Essentially a reereationai
sup. rvise I plaj program.i
All camps will be under th
direct supervision ol Efraim H
Gale, executive director, Miriam
Schelnberg, director Croup Serv-
ices Or Alexander Tudor, direct,,
of Health and Physical Educal
and June Fried, director CultU
Ail- For 'urther camp infoi
lion call June Fried al the "Y
c *
The "Group Conflict and Gr
I.i:e in Ame ica" series at the Y
continues with the topic "The
Committed Jewish Student
Campus. Wednesday at s I
Lawrence Hlrsch, assistant Florida
Area Director, American Jewish
Committee will be the discus
leader at the session, to be !'
at the "Y." This series is c .-spon-
sored by the American Jews'-
.mmitte- and the YM-YWHA v
Greater Miami.
The Parent Teachers Associa-
tion of the YM-YWHA of Greotei
Miami's Early Childhood Develop-
ment Program, is planning a fur
nitrht Saturday, Feb. 21. at th
"Y" with fun and games for al
Y" members and their friends.
Tickets are available from Helen
Welnstock, ECD Supervisor it
the "Y".
Senior High Girls Friend
('In! are in the pnw-ss ,,' '
formed at the YM-YWKA .1
Gee iter Mi imi
All Senior High G
n.ad. County i". i '" '' '
invited to participate in a 10 a m
-oetting-to-know you" meetin
the "Y" Sunday Feb 22 wh
fashion show will be present. I
the "Y" teen ige girls. For I
Information cill Miriam S
here at the "Y."
lorber Chapter of CARIH
Sponsors Auction-Brunch
Lorber
the
a eon's Asthma Resi -hi I
...l H ispital at Denver will
sor dav of f in. food md bai
at its annual Auction-
'...,,-rh Tuesday, al Tempi" B I
Am.
Auction.-.-. Charles D
will conduct the blddii
i will benefit the 185
m ,:-, v. unssters presentl) al
CARIH center in Denver, I
and reservations are a> i
through Mrs Edward Rubit
M s Theodore H usm in, c
men.


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Friday, February 13. |mJ
I Diversity Credit Courses
Available During Summer
tour the country und. r the s i
, the Youth Department
. th, Jewish Agency In Jeru-
. ,..,. E, n archi logical field
kibbutzim, rneel with
Israeli students and r>
bj Israel political leaders DurU
their stay in Israel they will U
u the International Youth Hob
rlaj Center in Herzlia
Michael A. Katz. Miami's Israeli
Community Youth Consultant, 00-
spons.ire Onatar Miami, Greater Miami,
Jewish Federation and the Ameri-
,111 Zionist Youth Foundation.
Inc.. has announced the addition|
I .:n Archeology Seminar to the
American Zionist Youth Founda-
tion's program, making a total >:
14 programs which will b:' availa-
.hi, for th,' summer of 1970.
The seven-week Archeologj
Seminar course will enable Btu-
. en's to earn six credits ;it Tel
Aviv Universitj bj .ittondini; two
seeks ot lectun s and ; <.
,,f exploration at Tel Beersheva
in the Nege>. Toe s;udent-mem-
iK-rs ol the seminar will also par-
licipate in Nege> tours At the,
.nd Ot the >e\en weeks. thc\ have
the option "f going home or stay-
,ng on in Israel at their own \-
pense for three addition.: weeks.
Other college age progr ms for
the summer include an eight-week
University Study Group pro
and a Yavneh Religious Israel
Summer Institute. Students par-
ticipating in the University Study
group "ill earn up : > six ct
m either a foOT-wei k English '.in
guage course in G
History an I i 5 Tel Aviv
University or an lnt< naive Hi ". w
langu ks of
Fred Shaw Leads Discussion
Sisterhood rm I frit l>
.
H wa Lu
hall >f Temple Ju lea at 11
\Vedn< s iy, liter which F e I
Miami D ide Junior C liege
i, will lead a discuss
: Th First
He wll
sis of his
F Kleiner ai I Mi J
1
ions.
Jsruel tours, lectures and visits
to kibbutzim "ill precede th"
cour-e
The Yavneh Israel Summer
Seminar will provide religious stu-
dents with an opportunity ti -
Israel in the light of Biblical and
modern Jewish History and to dis-
cuss recent Israeli contributions
to contemporary phlloeoph) and
halachic thought.
University of Miami student Jay
Hyman of southweast Miami wai
among 54 American undergraduate
students who left for Israel re-
cently to participate in i
ster 15-credil study prog
,t Tel Aviv University.
This program, under the spon-|
sorship of the University il Mary-
land, Tel Aviv University and th. j
American Zionist Youth Founda-
tion, is the first fully-accredited
semester program spons ired by
an American college at Tel Aviv
University.
Before departure from Kennedy
International Airport, the stu-
dents took part in a two hour
irii nt ition by Mel Galun. I el :
presentativa of the American
Zionist Youth Foundation, who
- rves is administrative di-
the pr igram. The si i-
; i! It Isra
by Pi il V. Jreenberg *-h
is chairm in ol the University o'
;,l. y\ nd Hebrew Departn nt. H"
as resident I !ti r ol
p during l
six : mitts.
A : -"- .....
mum of three academic cr
ol Hebrew language stut> i "'.--
,f:,.,,! in EMIfth h> Tel \\t\
University include: Introduction to
the Bible. Biblical Archeology.
Modern Hebrew Liter iture.
Modern Jewish Historv, Hist
rhc Middl E si in M ide ti !
p ., ,i Structure of Israel,
Israel. S SI irc-
ture ind Problem- ol It I
Sociology' of the Arab V
[, .pendent Studie* l i
the credit "ill be It
-i stud
I this I
universit> Students
q i-.i ic len i
'hair-
n -heir home un -
undertake inoi
with the ai I l i rel Avi> I'ni-
> ; .: ss ir.
[n idditi >n I theii urs work,
the parl ng stud, nt* will also
Wile sole Dilfributori of
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When the newly fc:med Royal Maccabee Group of Hadas-
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than 150 members and their guests attended the luncheon
and installation ceremonies presented by Mrs. Henry
Wernick. Among these present for the occasion were
(standing) Mrs. Joel Schaefer. Jewish National Fund chair-
man; Mrs. Rose Silverman, vice president; Mrs. Harry
Lewis, social secietary; Mrs. Max Traugot. Youth Aliyah;
Miss Nancy Wein. publicity chairman. Mrs. Gertude Siegel.
telephone squad chairman; Mrs. Anne Radner. recording
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Max Herzcq. Hadassah Medical Organization chairman;
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Friday. February 13 I
Alumni Chapter To Hear Fields Speak
Bertram Fields, president of the
Brooklyn College Alumni Am
lion, vil! address the association's
newly formed Greater Miami
Ubaptei Tuesda) evening, m the
rotunds ol the Pepsi Cola Bottling
Co., 7777 NW 4lst St.
A noted operator In the hotel
management and Investment fields
.v .1 partner In the Fields Manage-
Jack Eekerd Joins
Race for (Governor
Jack Eekerd, 56, who began his
1 usineaa in 1962 with three drug
gion s in the Tampa area, has an-
i.ounced his candidacy for the of-
fice ol govei nor ol the >' ite ol
Florida
Mr. Eckerd, a life-long Republi-
ivho is making his liist ven-
ture into the political spotlight.
Ii rig d to inspire a renewal of
faith in the free 1 nl rprise system
and 'hv Integritj ol government.
li\ time that all "f us in Florida
start 'I working together," Mr.
ssisl inci "i evei yom in the
! k< rd lid. "and I am seeking
an l the ;i.u ice ol our b< si
Is to help : -' s. ri-
< us problems."
A veteran of World War El
Mrs Eck< 1 1 nts of
L'hildren, live w ith theii tw o
youn .1 si in Bell* air, neai I
\. at<
ment Co., Mr. Fields is currently
,, trustee <>f the New York Hotel,
Trades Council and Hotel Assn. of
N, ,\ york Cit> Pension Fund and
la active in the work >f such or-,
ganizations as the United Jewish ]
Appeal. Community Fund. Cvstic
Fibrosis Flind, Hod Cross, Ameri-
can Cancer Society, and the Fed-
eration of Jewish Philanthropies.
He and his wife, star Roberta
Peters, are the parents : two
boys.
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Dr. Maiiclelbaiim
Tin' second lecture In Temple
Emanu-El's Breakfast Forum Se-
rb a drill I*' given in the Friedland
Ballroom at 11 a.m. Sunday fol-
lowing a 10:15 a.m. breakfast.
The speaker will be Dr. Bernard
Mandelbaum, president ol the
Jewish TlKulumeal Seminar*, ol
Am. rica, who will give a presen-
tation on the theme "American
j. wrj Faces the Seventies."
Dr. Mandelbaum lias served as
provost of the seminary and as
professor ol Homiletics on the
[8 Second Speaker
Rabbinical Department faculty.
For the pas) several yean he has,;
worked closely with the seminary
chancellor. Dr. Louis Finkelstein, i
in the direction of the Institute I
, lor Religious and Social Studies.
Dr. Mandelbaum received ins
. doctoral, from the seminary in'
'1933. after completing work on 8"
scientific edition of the Pesikta ol
|Rab Kahana, a Palestinian Mid-
rash ol the sixth century. His
! complete won. was published by
the seminary and a chapter of it
Iii Kmaiui-I.l e,
appeared in the Monlecal \\
Ian Jubilee Volum -
In addition to A-M-nmci,
Israel," a collection ,,i .^vui
ited by Dr. Mandelbaun
lished by Harper and !:,1U ^JL
recently had a collection of]
writings of the greatest mJ
and secular writers and thi,,
called "Choose Life" publishe
ccntly.
Al Ossip seres as chairmfl
the temple's Breakfast rul
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1970
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L.Fein. ')r- Simon Speakers
L Hebrew Teachers Seminar

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will
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Albert
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n u la part qf. the Bureau to offei in-service
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stimulate Innovations and expei
mentati m wIthin .ill Jew ish
schools Under th>- theme, "The
I lomentai > Hebrew Scha il
i'iiilojuc An ilysla Mi thod.'
under the dli e t Ion ol
l ii \ ith mic S i >fl Bui eau I'
tultant.
Bducal ion I director* part
paling in the seminal series in-
clude Myer Sih erm in Tern
inu-El; Nathan < Sreeni I
,: B'nai Raph iel: Abrah
i c.iii-'- hi. Beth T ir ih (' h
, ii. Cantor .1 Bornsti
f mple 1st ael; Moi ris Tar isow
h Da' I Congreg ition; Ron ild
A Hi ller, Temple Menorah M -
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Plans are being set by these ladies for the
Initial Gifts Celebrity Day to be sponsored
by th Women's Division of the Greater
Miami Jewish Federation Wednesday. Feb.
25 al the Doral Hotel in behali of the 1970
Combined Jewish Appeal and Israel Emer-
ge: m left ar seat-
ed) Mrs. Jack Katzman, Mis. Morion Silber-
man, Mrs. Howard Trinz and Mrs. Aaron
Farr; (standing) Mrs. Howard Scharlin, Mrs.
Merlon Weinberger, Mrs. Edwin B. Oppen-
heim, Mrs. Irving Wevloi, Mrs. Burton Levey
and Mrs. Mike Sum! <
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Stuffed eggs can be an elegant solution to an enl rtaii
problem. They an easj I epare. they an very tasty,
to lowly to lock at. You can stuff hard boil I < gga with
rful fillings of many lifferent fla> and I xtures. The
fillings can i> red with horse radish, golden with mustard,
crunchy with Mis of o:;i ns, or extravagant fil d with caviar.
S. rve thi cktail parties, receptions, or as ;i first cou
in a ga a dinner.
For 24 halvi s g ilden filling
12 hard I
3

STUFFED BOOS
2 cup mustard
? cup ma.. '* tap. i pp i
Us, yolk will be in the center of th. egg
s till hard; i in* in cold wati r foi asi r
ling.
Peel cari it into halvi ngthwis or crossv is
Removi tl is i wit i a k or force thr i ;h a -
Add thi othei x ',:'-
Use a cake decorating ta-; with a ig si i tip. Pul !
in it and press into the holes of the hard boiled whlti s (or -
a uaspoon'. Garnish with bits ol olives, pimento, or pars!
(You can also sprinkle red paprika on I .
y. rsatil ipes are a pleasui I How can you I it
s d'oi ishor a d< ssert?
Cn i Puffs art a.i excellent ol this kind ol ver-
satility. Mai them tiny and till them with i I liver
thi y wi I be th star ol irty. Pn ire big puffs
thej ill !> a 'i> li|
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Hen however, w hav in mind thi el I th. W< .: I
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1 cu] 1 as|
1 cu] 4 eggs
The tilling:
1 car. 16 oz. 1 ing
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five Sprinkle salt anil freshly ground pepper, s
with rice, along with ail the vegetables in the |
all the juices.
Gala Bazaar Precedes
Hadassah Group Meeting
Th I. R Goodman B. & P
of Hadassah will hoi I its
. ,, (jna Wednesday it the
Beach Federal Swing*
ton Ave and 8th
51 \ Gal Baz "start
10 p.m will be foil iwed by the
ting with a
Mrs. Ray G
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next i '"'! m .....
lolrl -: We :"- lay, F !' 25,
it i!i Ha I ss i
lorber Chapter Luncheon
Honors Life Members
A lui .'>->'
...... s of the L irber f*h
of the Children's Asthma Research
tnstiti an I H isoit l at D i
:< scheduli i for Tui sdaj th
Sweden H iuse Restaurant
;:x:o Highw iy.
A sp : al progi am hoi* ng th
mi nl and Invoh Ing
. :ipation t pla
programming vice president Mrs
Anshi I P. kofl ind memb rsh |
vice esidenl Mrs Edward
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is shewn with an issue published in 1928. the-
began editing the B'nci B'rith magazine. Grusd author ol
a history of the B'nci B'rith organization, retired
after more than four decades of continuous service.
AT
Tl A 7f\|J as *ne rema'ns fan anc'en* Canaanite city are uncovered,
T1/\ZjL-#JV perhaps the diggers recall its capture by Joshua's army
3,200 years ago and wonder how it looked seven centuries
earlier when Abraham passed nearby with his family, herd
and flocks on their Biblical journey southward. Today, every
archaeological exploration in Israel is indeed a joyous event.
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13, 1970
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Page 7-C
Miami Happenings
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Kosher ; Available.
Upton, Association
h is am* '
All low.'ims and fornv r tow \
i si Ii nts si \n\ It d to thi fifth
annual Iowa Picnic, to b<
In Matlv son Hami
from 10 a.m. i" I p m Si
K- b. 22. -l. II. HeiUg is chaii
in :ii- voluntary, non-prol I
I I -;-. th> I
p
Norman Mendelson, fo ndcr-
jmi M-H ni u! iin Miami it- .1. ii
< h-N Club, has ai I for the
..;;* ai am e ol I.S. and Isi ai Ii
i h< ss Champion Samuel itv-
hevsk) in Uircc special exhibi-
tion niitii s sponsored by the
i i :h in cooperation with the
Miami Beach Tourist Develop-
ment \uthirit\. The first .
bit ween Mr Reshevsk) and the
Florida champion, Ednardo t <-
lorio, i- schi dul< for l
F< b. 22, at i.
i hit) Street i ihing-
i.ni \venuc. II. will take on 50
i ii dins i h. s~ playi i simul-
i.in, I, islj In the *' |ircss i:
ol the Convention Hall Maii h l.
ai I w ill ; laj blind Ided a
i i'lIh opponi nts ai the I
Club oi Man h 8
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I'-M Opera Theater
Performance! Scheduled
The Unive tit) >| Ml .- i
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Schedules A Triple Event
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Jade Winds To Discuss Prominent Jewish Authors
'prominent Jewish Authors" North Miami Beach
im : b1 in I at Participating in tin- pi
Ihr J Wind*: Chapter, Ai HI be Mrs William Kahn, Mrs
I i .....ess liinrb i Murr fepi t, Mrs. William
-. will take |dacc at I inajmever, Mrs Florence Sas
12 : .; Th ; iy F h 19 i nd Mrs Le< n Specl M
i' .. of the Bam- Rimuel Cantor is president >i
, || ; ir.flO NK 191st St., Chapter
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fjenistflcridiair
Friday. February 13_ igJ
LETTERS TO THE EDITOR
Dr. Stolee Justine Chapter's Speaker!
One Questions French Sincerity
eovprnmenfs deal ,,,.., they are willing B '' K' rnmenfs
:: 110 war-planes to Egypl cxt1 s !on. it wnj lv>uu j DeGauUism tool; ovei Frai
EDITOB, The Jewish Florldian: :i( the price ol honor of France with the war- been the cornerstone
'I'll 1 K:.
to
V
e
! nl p li 'v toward the
Staii' of Israel. In view of thi
circun surrounding th
nmati in i>i' the deal, one
c in 1 ighte usly question th
morality ind sincerity of the fortunately, their successes were
nment which is well only temporary. Thi> Zolas had to
aware of the end purpose use o' flee the country; the Jaures were
these w rr>! nes while still chum- killed: and Jews were deported
|ng a m 1 role in the settlement t.> Auschwitz by the French gen-
of thi Middle East conflict. I darmes. K is remarkable that the
French Communist Parts, the see-
Though It is not questionable ,a ,,.,.. political party in
has
the course of French French diplomacj has reached a
history there were always pro- now low by It* ]
- .. forces which tried ') >''' leal. 1
e prevent these perverse attitudes ol tton remains whethei lh hi
e the Establishment but, un- of pro ss L'.S. State Depart-
ment Arabists .:; further under-
mine the national interest ol this
country and prevail over n i
and justice. Will the SI iti I epart-
menl finallj n alize thai their onlj
sincere fri nd in the Middle East
is the Jewish State? Or will the>
I the treacherous advice o
that political and economical jp^ce"'supports "the anti-Jewish Pompidou and let down the Stal
1 r.
' U.
an
1".
Desegregation Its Legal, [aland Terrace Apart
ra] .,,, ; | V land AVC, Ml iml P.
' i,, ,;,,, i ,., discuss l bj Dr. Stolee i- the
j si e, director, '
l m i P.* iV
rous publ il. ins and <
!-...,. -i tiot I latl in stud
t| in Florida
, me J uid N w Jersej
\ .'..-<"
,' urs laj Fe
in the '' nit? Room of th
Mrs Ch irles I..
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motivati in wi re ils i I ictors which
policy ol the government even
prevailed In the lecision 1 the thougn i( ,.,..,!... ..., ,: ., pr0. vival?
French government, nevertheless
of Isra
\ ival
gressiv e mo\ en
th Ir dislike f ir th Jewish State
was the key tact yed to Pom >idou can ns tisfaction
the v ; States in their en- from the fact th I he has t'-.
\ "i h th Jev Ish .' nu si party
rh this issue, th nigh on II other
in is ->: uggle i ir sur
MAURICE GOLDRINii
\'.i mil Beach
Barry Holds \rt
i' \ I j I III i{ in S'llt'
I shment ar its who t ee '
ly the
Iheir will.
Pompid ID '"
li .
Their tni i

- which he can-
not ioi rix e them v Debt e, th
son of a com ;' Jew, has t i
prove his F over his
Jew ishness, by
people.
.
(

mt orders I Ferdinat
\ theless, it
how the
j
les
of th nisi id the IS
when les to the Jewish qu "*-
sam le<
similarii e\ Ident.
The I'nited Stites has fone I i
war -" ei al ti nes to save Fi an,
harming Jew.- traction, The mess in
' ivhich this country finds itself
ived from the Viet
enous;1" intolerance
.lews to maKc an> me
of thi i i ins The
DeGaulle's administration
sale of oi
Fiid Feb. 1
. -
I leut.' such
i
- Pica* Cha .' Mil
... ^
!| il
nd O naniiseript ]
latin lo the 13th o i
\ ill also 1),' on display
The Roten Gall rj h i oneoi ed
in bringing original art to uni-
ties and community museums
through 'he nation seeking to ex-
nrt education by pro\'iding
In this c Tiimy. France showed
,,,1 ,1,,. Nam War which was inherited
suspicious fr"m France. In this hemisphere.
Cm...la has its special problems
in amous creatod !)V ,ne French government
Dreyfus affair which generated umll,r
u irld-wide anti Semitic waves:
or the Vichy government's de-| Pompidou'* expected visit to students an opportunity to become
portation I the Jews to the Washington shortly is a new trap acquainted with the works of
pxten lrezhne> Nassei and manj artists, A repres rtl I
pidou's i rnmenl showing '" Involve the United u II be on hand to answer any
tred States ii licj againsl it- own quesl n-ding the colli
State Even v "in the Middle East and printmukii
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rebruary
1970
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Page S-C
University Students Are
Liberalizing Their Attitudes
f
rOSSlSCER NV ,JTAJ
k-n, Uto ..H sn-l-n.s
nrsity campuwt,
' ,f,iu-l> tx|MTioncin8 new
. w.xual relation, and
They are
i-marital living
in gradual!) In*
uranp '
b rs ami are mare
for- niarry-
5 was r. > I""0""
;. ... .... studeiH
, rencei
: 100 Ameri-
S,|| ||Kl
. ortiil t:i:ii
., u,i. In-
'" |M
* "! ,h'"
M-aa down,
,. .. is a dailj
hrt for n
Hillel
!'. rsity
, i-ned the
selling
l Jc ish ttu-
s urn ill sal
i] I In-
\| II-
s thai 1
Kabbi
:. roun-
... slll-
- ol
... < Ii mil
[irst M'X "i i ion,
...
. I III,
"... lh.
si
Lstoi K'S
they come to ua or in (he social
agenck lor help."
Rabbi I'unii'l Leifer, aax
director ol Hillel al the Univi rsity
>,; Chicago, reported an increase
i:i the intermarriage rate, with
niuiIi nts seeking advice and coun-
s. I in only a unall percentage ol
the <.!> i "It's the small pel
ccntage who ill cmc und to
v him' conversion becomes an op-
tion, he raid. "I explon the |h>s
ubUitii s with ili< in As someone
who is committed to the survival
ol lh .' iti I- ople, l am dis-
..'\jim 'i m hi n ii.i 11 i- .i loss
ii that ia i'.it intermarriagi
rtw .iiiv But, he orid< ii "I ai
. in.-Hit. .1 i li. Iping ih< in ii ihore
i- com i i s*in involvi ii .i is out
ol i i let Ion and not Lx -
. .1 .ill. foi the sake ol
I ,i. nts, for Hi. possible i ii. rl <>f
mixi il mai riag< on i hildren I am
lircpartd to talk to students about
mixi ii :i ai riage and about ronvei
ion, and ii there la an honest
choice, I \\ill ti lp tin con\i rsi thi i
Hillel
. ill II-
" ii Hi.
on
said,
ml rma-
visi no
hi point-
ii
iul b>
it's wh
Dr Alfrc I .1 \- Hill
progiam and 11
ll the v.ilniil ol
< \;n rim ntal worship services
practiced b) Jewish students on
American college campuses He
ir| .1 thai the railii ..I restruc-
it the woi ship i xi i
a* practii .! h n stud< ni
., i |.. i..! Hi. staro i.ii il faith
ol Judaism led a
'potential sectarianism," which
lo be "i onlj ith
qui si foi .i- "v. n
satisfai I ions H wan I lhal
there wa ry i
Ol III- it) il-
to i lo
i I

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Some observers, Dr, Joape report-
ad, ili scriii. (i the Woi dstock
Festival as an example religious culture." He pointed to
"the us" ni incense, bright cos-
tumes, luiiil music, convulsive dan-
cing, hugging and other forms of
physical stimulus, .is well as the
use "I candks, hymns and similai
liturgical cltments. Dr. Jospe
-,.. eifieally xeluded from his com-
ments creative services which f"l-
lowi il basii .ill 'in' standai dizi d
ti Rilitioi al Minhagini isrrvii | I
terns i iiul < liKii -- ices pic-
.\ii. i ii in iui\i isitii s :n. in-
Mayor Hall Opens Cat Show
Mi tio Mayoi i huck Hall will
open in. -'.mI annual champion-
. onson .i "> the
Miami i 'al Fanciers at 10
s.iiui.ia;. in the Biiyfronl Park
\ il toi iun Ji '. i 'i 11
i i il show ini tichai il b-
li ni pi. sldenl 'it the Cat Fanet
A is......1 Ioi Miss '. ii riiiih
\. i. Pai k anil Mrs Mary K ti
i irroll Mi n ihan l 000
w ill u givi i ii ludini
i x, it- d b'.S Saving
; imi 1 Ii i aid colum
r isl Lai i > Thomiwon w ill pi sidi
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the Kl '
P. Is
iirasinglj receptive to inclusion
i diti .i Judaic stud) coui n -
n thru curricula, a Hillel Founda-
tions study reported. Preliminary
rindings ol a survey of more than
-'m majoi iinetitutlonsi Indicated
a general acceptance among col-
lege administrations to recognize
tin- "academic authenticity" of
such study courses, The findings,
reported at the Hillel directors'
annual conference, also indicated
on the basis of spot checks
about a doubling in attendance
since 1965 among students en-
rilling in courses of Judaism stu-
dii s. The Increase in the number
ii courses as well as in depart-
ments nf Jewish studies was at-
tributed |iimaiil> to both indivi-
dual and organized i fforts In Jew-
ish students and faculty, stimul-
ated in some measure by the
success "i \egro student demands
ini black stud) courses. However,
; 1111111:11.11 \ findings showed
thai ,i. wish -i irti ts hi\ v i. n
abli in make their case in negotia-
tions with college administration
\.i instance ul a net .1 for "con-
fiontation tactics" has showed up
Mt in the survey, which is In nig
r nducti ii I... I 'i Jospe.
The directors, in -i proposal thai
appears to be a precedent in man-
agement-employi relation among
Jewish Institutions, petitioned for
voting representation on the Hillel
Foundations' national commission
its highest policy body. A request
by tin- National Association of
Hillel Directors for three seats on
the 67-member commission is now
under study by a special commit-
tee of the commission. Earlier
this year, the Com mission authori-
zed the inclusion of four student
representatives with full voting
powers into its ranks. A student
proposal for four additional seat!
it also under study.
Rabbi Jacobs, elected as presi-
di ni ol the Hilli l directors' as-
Isoclation, said thai his group's
prop sai conformed to the practice
in the academic community where
Hillel director serve and where
joint administration-faculty stu-
dent policy hoards are prevalent
"In this msiai.ee. Hillel directors
are the equivalent of tin faculty,"
hi said.
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Friday, February 13 ---.

THE RABSI SPEAKS FROM HIS PULPIT
CANDLELIGHTING TIME
Purpose Of The Sanctuary j
Rabbi April
Bj BABB1 SIMON APRIL
Temple Both Tov
And they shall make a Sane-
rj for Me that I shall dwell
.miong thorn." Exodus 25:8.
The exj r -
purpose of the
sanctuary is ex-
plained in the
phrase: "Kol
M v a k e s h
Hasheim Yatzei
El Ohel Mood.'
which translates
"and it shall
come to pass
that everyone
who seeketh the
Lord shall go
forth to the tent of the meeting,
where G-d is ever in readiness to
: al Hims. If to Israel."
We sometimes seek to escape
from the world's' hlows. In our
hearts there seems to be the as-1
surance, that somewhere on this
earth, there must be a refuge, a
place where we might escape as:
and as Jews: somewhere that
may fii rest for ner\ ea thai
are frayed, healing for our anxious
ice for our souls'
that are disturbed. Some place
v here we can leave the world out-
shul t out for awhile and
alone with our brethren.!
with ourselves, with G-d. Some
p to borrow the Biblical
v here we may for a brief
while, be an "Am I-cvodod Yish-
ton*' i people dwelling apart.'
regaining its balance and finding
- soul.
But whither shall we go. and
shall i e find this refuge?
II | w n told "And
;t h..". c iss that every-
.m. wh i th the L ird shall
th to th tenl oi mei ting"
to the S ncl i i the placi sel
for such c immunion, for just
that
:t for iiieh our h ai U
and oui arn.
i
Syi I
il retn I h t been th*1
haven and shelter in which and
through which Isi u I >
ICtion and annihilation The
- the bond for unity,
and togetherness
A:- liatiofi *ith the 6ynagb#Ete j
cannot bo considered in the sanu
with membership in civic,
fraternal or social clubs, because
the Synagogue stands it watch-
tower to the Jew. symbolic of
the Jew's religion.
The Synagogue has kept alive
throughout the ages the faith
which we profess and which we
wish to impart to future genera-
tions. It is the obligation and
privilege of every Jew to ke. p
alive the stimulating forces of the
Synagogue.
Concert To Feature
Cantor Yardeini
A concert of Israeli. Yiddish and
cantorial songs featuring Mordecai
Yardeini. will be presented at the
Hibiscus Auditorium. 10th Street
and Alton Road, at 8 p.m. Thurs-
lay, Feb. 19.
A lyric tenor. Cantor Yardeini
is a folk singer, composer and
recording artist, holds a degrei
from the Union Sacred S
Music, and is a farm, r pres I
of the Cantors Association of
America, a member of the Hi
Actors Union of America, and the
Yiddish Writers Union of America.
Author of four books on Jewish
music and literature, he h IS -
edited two books of Yiddish
poetry.
Cantor Guest Artist
The South Florida Alumni of
the Hebrew Theological C
have announced that Ihe
renowned Cantor David Kus
sky has tree I to be guest i
it th fifth annual L lit;
held Sundav M ir l
it | m in the Plaza Hot '.. Mi i-
mi B
Thil pa%r is prepared in
..... trifh the C'fitf
Miami Rabbinical Association
C' rdmalor of t.'ic feature*
apfi*:'nz here is
DR MAX LIPSCHITZ
Spiritual Leader o?
Bpth Tor\h Congregation
op North Miami Beach
In 1S97. at the first Zionist
Congress. David Wolfson chose
the design of the flag by asso-
ciating it with the traditional
colors and stripes of the Talis
which were white and blue. The
white expressed the purity ami
the blue symbolized the heavens,
as Wolfson put it. To this w IS
added the six-pointed star in the
center. It is interesting to note
that originally Herzl looked for
a white flag with seven gi
t i which Wolfs i toil.
Why is there a tradition to
Use one's teeth in cutting Ihe
Tzi/ith" (the Iringes attached
to the prayer shawl or the spe-
cial four cornered undergar-
ment) instead of a knife?
The Talmud (Tractate Sabbath
32bi considers the "Tzizith" as
means of pi irtf ng life. Th isi
who do n it vi i r Tzizith'
n of dyi ;
i tli T ilmii I W.....se
chara rtei
y kei n contact
.'.! | powei
to ei I ii -

c isi for this tr in is tlv
i tou rhes a
stoi that stoi
or lil I." ; an '1
shortens lifi
it. Thus

s t th ihcnii p iv
er \'
SYNOPSIS OF THE WEEKLY TORAH PORTION
Terumah
Tenl I
with t< -
curi s Exodus 26:li "Ana th m shall hang up i
md shall bring in thither w.i
, teslim mj (26:33).
TERUMAH The children of Israel were asked I
toward I nstruction of the Tabernacle and
vessels: "Gold, and silver, and brass: and blue, and purpie
red, and sealskins, and acacia-wood: oil for the light, spices
scarlet, and fine linen, and goats' hair: and rams' skins ,i
the anomtmg oil, and for the sweet incense: onyx stones
-tone, to be set. for the ephod, and for the breastplate" i !-.\ ,
25:3-7i.
The ark wa< to be ma Ic of acacia-wood, covered inside
out with gold. Th. tab I was to be made of acacia-v. i
There were to be a golden candelabra, a tent of curtains
boards, outer curtains and inner em tains, and an alt
acacia-wood covered with copper Finally, the construct ioi
the court-yard of the Tabernacle was described.
Mogan David Congregation Siyum Hasefer Celebration
The Mogan David C
ol Surfside un lei Ihe
: Isaac D Vine h
Siyum Hasel on Sin
ij F 1, at th. S
O nter.
Th:.- Sefi r Torah was Ioi I
by the children in men- >r> ol
theii R
Isaa Leil Nadv
Rabbi.
Rabbi Phineas A. Webei
the Ohe\ Shalom Congn
i mesage from the I.
!' bbi Shlil R
Schneers in ol Brooklyn, N
iv> ing rabbis also pai t ic
Rabbi B /.. Frank. I. Bi
N V R-tbbi 1 M Stei
Bi ach Rabbi R. St< In, The
NY and Rabbi M Fi
S >l -
V
M
#ve//cy*oMS V^<
l9
crviccs
AHAVAT SHALOM CONGREGA-
TION. 9*5 SW 67th Ave. Orthodox
Cantor Mornt Barr. 1
ANSHE EVES 2*33 SW 19th Ave.
Conservative. Cantor Sol Pakowiti. 2
----------
BETH AM (TEMPLE). 5950 N. Ken-
dall Dr.. S. Miami. Reform. Rabbi
Herbert Baumgard. Cantor Michael
Kyrr. S
---------
BETH DAVID. 262b SW 3rd Ave.
Conservative. Rabbi Sol Landau.
Cantor William W. Lipscn. 4
Friday > '" p m Si i mon t
m.i ,v am Thi Jew the IBth
t'entuo '".ii Milxvah Lynn, ..'Ui!/
er a Mi I Hn H arJ Miller
Saturday a.m. Bar Mltzvah:
hoi ..f Mr avid Mr* Morris liljou
5:13 pan Bar Mil avail i E In ard, sol
of Mr and .Mrs Bernard Phlllipsnn
OR OLOM (TEMPLE). 8755 SW 16th
St. Conservative. Rabbi Ralph Qlix.
man. Cantor Benjamin Ben Ari 13
Kii daUKhter ( Mr. and .Mr.-. Man-hall
i'. u by i Ii pa -
Snturdi ) .i m Bar Mitsvah: Brad,
and Mrs Paul Zui .. man
TIFERETH ISRAEL. 500 N. Miami
Ave. Conservative. Rabbi Ralph
Carml. 14
TIFERETH JACU& (TEMPLE' 951
E. 4th Ave.. Hialeah. Conservative.
Rabbi Maurice Klein. 19
BETH EL. 00 SW 17th Ave. Ortho-
dox. Rabbi Solomon Schiff.
Frittaj 5:13 pm Saturd
Mil cha 5 p in
ZION (TEMPLE,. 8000 MiP-r Rd.
Conservative. Rabbi Alired A ax-
man. 16
NORTH MIAMI
----
BETH MOSHE CONGREGATION,
13600 W Dixie Hwy. Conservative.
Rabbi Joseph A. Gorfmkel. Cantor
Ben Zion Kirschenbaum,
BETH KODESH. 1101 SW 12th Ave
Modern Traditional. Rabbi Max
Shapiro. Cantor Bar. Dickson. 6
Pi !!,!> vr. v m .- rn 'Amei
Imi "i tala.' Follov i by 11
bal Xi-n Chapel Dedication, Sator-
daj B 46 a hi Si i m in: A New In-
hull pan Portion <>f I :ii'.
p.rn Sarmon: "An Offering if the
i- "
BETH TOV (TEMPLE). 6438 SW
Ith St. Conservative. Rabbi Simon
April. Cantor Seymour Hinkea 8
Friday 8:15 p ni Barmon: "Brother-
hood In Thla, Our D3 and Bra K..I-
loed by .....t Shabbal
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ISRAEL (TEMPLB.) Ol- GREATER
MIAMI. 137 NE 19th St. Reform.
Rabbi Joseph R. Narot. 10
Friday 8:15 p.m Sermon: "Ood, i^
'ni. s. \. nth And I Hven'l Doni
An] ihini: tfel
ISRAELITE CEiNTER. 3175 SW 25th
St. Conservative. Rabbi Avrom L.
Drazin, Cantor Nathan Parnasa. 11
Friday 5:SO p.m. and 8:18 p.m Forum
Cu.si Speaker. Siiiunlay n 15 a.m.
Barman: "The Torah in the 81*1
<"eiitur>". liar Miizvah: Kevin, son of
Mr. and .Mrs. Leonard Aronoft Fel-
Imw.-.i l.y a KidiluMh.
MINVONAIRES SYNAGOGUE. 3737
Bird Rd. Modern Traditional 12
MIAMI BEACH
AGUDATH ISRAEL. TBOI Carlyle Ave.
Orthodox. Rabbi Isaac Ever.
BETH ISRAEL. 770 40tn St. Orthodox
Rabbi Berel Wein 18
BETH JACOB. 301 Washington Ave.
Orthodox. Rabbi Shmaryahu T. Swir-
kv. Cantor Maurice Mamches. 19
BETH RAPHAEL (TEMPLE). 1545
Jefferson Ave. Conservative. Rabbi
David Raab. Cantor Saul Breeh. 20
BETH SHOLOM (TEMPLE). 4144
Chase Ave Liberal. Rabbi Leon
Kreniah, Assistant Rabbi Jerrold
Levy. Cantor David Conviser. 21
BETH TFILAH. 936 Euclid Ave Ortho-
dox. Rabbi Joseph F. Rackovsky. 22
CUBAN HEBREW CONGREGATION.
1242 Washington Ave. Orthodox.
Rahbi Dow Rosencwaig. 23
BMANU-EL (TEMPLE). 1701 Wash-
ington Ave. Conservative. Rabbi
Irving Lehrman. Cantor Zvi Adler.
Friday Ii p.m and 8:10 pm Sermon
"The si-Minn ..f ill.- President'A
Challenge to Every American." Batur-
daj i in Sermon: Th.- Weekly por-
tion of the liible.
HEBREW ACADEMY. 2400 Pinetres
Dr. Orthodox. Rabbi Alexander S
Gross. 25
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JAC08 C. COHEN COMMUNITY
SYNAGOGUE. 1132 Washington Ave
Ortnndox. Rabbi Tibor H. Stern.
Cantor Meyer Engel. 26
KNESETH ISRAEL. 1415 Euclid Ave
Orthodox. Rabbi David Lehrfield
Cantor Abraham Reif. 27
MENORAH (TEMPLEe 620 75th St
Conservative. Rabbi Mayer Abram-
owitz. Cantor Nico Feldman. 28
t:l5 p.m Sal urda a m Bar
i !... r.i f Mrs Ti (
P and Mr I >ai I Pii trofesmi
--------
NtR TAMID (TEMPLE). 80th St. and
Tatum Waterway. Conservative.
Rabbi Eugene Labovitz. Cantor Ed-
ward Klein. 29
Snturdai r n Bar Mltzvah: Wil-
liam, son of Mr ..-a m Herman
Blumi ikronz. Followed lij a Kli
-----
OHEV SHALOM. 7055 Bonita Dr
Orthodox. Rabbi Phineas Weber,
man. SO
SEPHARDIC JEWISH CENTER. 64!
Collins Ave Rabbi Sadi Nahmias. Si
CONGREGATION ETZ CHAIM. 1542
44 Washington Ave. Rabbi A. Ben.
HUM. a;
NORTH MIAMI BEACH
ADATH YESHURLN iTEMPLE). 1026
N E. Mum' Gardens Drive. Con-
servative Rabbi Milton Schlinsky
Cantor T'bor Moaes 3?
lie' Si in "!>.. We
Live I-"- r Mow i F ir TI i Futui
BETH TORAH. NE 164tn St. at 11i
Ave. Conservative. Rabbi Max Lip
schitz. Cantor Jacob Renter. Sa
B-NAI RAPHAEL. 1401 NW 183rd St
Conservative. Raobi Charles Rubel
Cantor Jack Lerner. as
Frldn> 15 |i m i lueel Sof iker: Mr
Joaeph Kiel nmn n Snlurdni : nm
Bar Mllzvnh: David, aon of Mr and
Mr* Henri Z
Judaism Convert
Beth David Guest
priest I
- will spi
s '" F
:' : :
3 SW *

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- .
ii
My Pal .......
lhir.1 tin B I
f Now V
i mlj : '. i
CORAL GABLES
n ughout Amei
Can
" I C mel is a sti ong o]
irj acl ': on II
.' '. but devotes bin -
: Co:...'. !.- Je
JUDEA (TEMPLEI. 5500 G-anad^
Blvd. Reform. Rahbi Morris Hip
per. ,
--. i t
Ifcil
>-J-..' n| i|-. ,JU,
> itz and Mi I: ml H m 111
ZAMORA (TEMPLE). 44 Zamora Ave
Conservative. Rabbi Maxwell Berger
Cantor Richard Browdy 41
FT. lAUutROAlE
BETH ISRAEL .TEMPLE). 817 E
Oakland Park Blvd. Rabbi Sneldor
Edwards. Cantor Maurice Neu
EMANU-EL 3245 W. Oakland Par?
Blvd. Reform. Rabbi R,chard M
Leviton. Cantor Jerome Klement
43
HAILANDAIE
.H2^NENF^.EaiEWISH =ENTEt
HOLLYWOOD
BETH EL (TEMPLE,. S. 14th Av.
Culture Club Oneg Shabbal
Sh il iat"
('ioi. at 8
Ida Fish i II: ;h >
I 'V i \ I
M imi i le ich .i. II in
' > I. Lasavin, on
; :
tith a oup of Y
:' a' songs 11
irtisl v. 111 cnl
Jack Fil sol is chairman.
Reform. Rabbi Samuel Jaffa.
I'.ui w hat ai., ir ii

BETH SHALOM (TEMPLE). ITU
Monroe St. Conservative. Rao:n
Morton Malavsky. Cantor Irv i
Gold. 44
SINAI (TEMPLE). 1201 Johnson S*-
Conservative. Rabbi David Snap -)
Cantor Yehudah Heilbraun. *'
MftAMAI
ISRAEL (TEMPLE) 69?0 SW. 35-^1
St Conservative. Rabbi Ell'Ot J.
Winograd. Cantor Abraham Koi!.-
P0MPAN0 BEACH
SHOLOM (TEMPLEI. 132 SE 11th Ave.
Conservative. Rabbi Morris A. Sk:o-
Cantor Michael Frederick 41
SURFSIDI
mogan david congregate
9293 Harding Ave.. Surfside. T
Hall Orthodox. Rabbi Isaac D V
SINAI (TEMPLE) of NORTH DADE
18801 NE 22nd Avenue. Reform
Rabbi Ralph P. Kingsley. 37
fritter Bermon: "Mordeoal Kaplan
V", .- "'. ------nutructlon of J.-,S|.
I if- Followed bj Oneg Shahbal
s:i!ui.'.,v 1.. in ., ,,. Bal Mltzvah
Jill, dauchter of Mr and Mrs Ronald
Sli:nl.-r
8I5^LAKE SYNAGOGUE 1B151 NC
19th Ave. Orthodox. Rabbi Jonah E
capian.
Friday 5 p m Saturday I 1 m Her.
iii'.n. "Th.- An 1 if Qlvlni "
VOUNQ ISRAEL OF GREATER
RahBl'-Nall? Lf'JSS OrthcdoT
tabbl Nartali Porush.
Saturday I m Bermon: "Th.- T.-m-
,pia wiihin Ouraalvi
I
rCaiimicJ \JelevUi+n programs
IV"' W ,v I 8 a.m, The Fir.1 Ks,.
I"l"c; Rc,iKi..... and Climat. Control
"'r '"! Rev, Luther C, Pierce
Guest: Paul Leach, director, Dade County Pollution
Control Board.
Participants: Dr, Max ,\. Uptchlt*. Rabbi of Beth
'-' Congregation; Rev. Richard Bails
.. ,. representative of the Archdiocese of Mia
Feb. ... ^,. I0. 9:30 a.m. The Jewish Worship Hour
Host: R ibbi Solomon Schiff, Director of Community
Chaplaincy Service.
Topic: Combined Jewish Effort
*' '> Ch. 7. 10 am. Tho gt|U SmaH V(ljoo
Host R ibbl S.lonion Schiff, Director of Community
Chaplaincy Service.
Topic: The Greater Miami Jewish Federation.
Participant. Robert P. Formal), L. Jules Arkin.
Mrs, Howard J. Trinz.


February
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