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Friday,. February 20, I97Q
THE RABBI SPEAKS FROM HIS PULPIT
Priest I v Dress Symbolic
Bv RABBI II. M. BAl'MOABD,
inpl.- Bfth Am, Smlh .Miami
the traditional Jew is asked to
mu symbols on his heart, on his 1
ion hi ad, and elsi where.
i:> RABBI SAMI Kl. I. FOX
m,v i, it traflflwMi in ***^
The lortion we read from the
7 rah Bis week largely describes In a sinsc we can sa> thai
: prifstlj drfd thai is to be ogrcss'Ton in the history ol out ^,yiMI8mnier
worn by Aaron *?ople is away from the Idea ol <""
in the "Tenl of ':ie man (Aaron) serving as rep- s,,..., .,.,,... this to passages
Meeting." While nsentative for an entire people ,,v ,.,,,. wriich read "Then
the priesl l> efore God and towards the idea fj Vl tnc i..a in the Regions
practices ol an- 1 each man serving as the repre- L dil ilziah 34:151. Accord- paDki Jack D. Spiro addressed the seminar of teachers ol
cient Israel are, *ntative for himself and his fam- Reform Temples, co-sponsored by the Bureau of W.sh
in
their cere- i!y before God. That is to say, in ig a !:,.u., M-here the Almiht.> is
nonial" aspects, time, each man became his own I ^"o^and worshipped h Education and the South Florida Federation, Union cf
borrowed from priest, capable of communion with which scn.( 1S a means of gU American Hebrew Congregations at lemple Beth Shototo
the Canaanites God without need for a mediator. ,n ,, .. others trace it raw^nilv. He is shown with Dr. Louis Schwartzman
Tames" of the twelve tribes en- people), and the like. The teflllii commanded Moses to t>i L' ,l\..,.l*. i h|Am
paved on two stones which he j are Involved not with magic but j vide for the Tabernacle ol |]||, |,|llh(l;iN r Ol I < lll|m Wl MOIH
bcre on his Rhoulders 'as part of uith Torah, with God's ethical!
i- Ephod). He also wore the commands. Generally sneaKing Temple Or Olom will celebrate Rabbi Ralph Glixman is th.
Dames" of the tribes engraved on -rill- :,..x. s us. ,t with t.-fillin .ti.l "" :,'V ,!'',"' V 1 Nth birthday Saturday evening u-regatton'a spiritual lea
stones inserted In the "Breastplate no, contain tho ..name8 0f people re^w'^>d..t^ with a Birl \**to to tempfc pres.
U Judgment." hl|t sm:ili pi,,,. of ,,,,,.,.,, ^ \j ...... ,;,o temple Ge~ld Schwarb rv.. ,
These ,.,; were worn "on Lprese ntative of^the W ofthe '^J ^'^Z J. 1 rches. wl I ** l" S****
to heart On hte forehead, Aaron lorah, the ethical laws, rhae rded as a direct Mrs Murray Ros.
*Pj^>rted Holy-to the ooxes served as reminders to fol- fl,ipI : ,n ,,,.,,. ,:... Irs. Arthw Prlmak are
L nl." which symbolized the col-jiow the law. They were not pr
i tive guilt ol 1
i- ited by Aaron.
i tive guilt of the people as ac-|sumed to have magical properties.
progn ss of our
Thus, the presen -e of lights -
.. ience of the Aln
Here we see the progress of our ^ ^ p(jntacts
It is easy to see the similarity in peopli from an earlier to a higher the H
Imagery between the symbolic form of worship. In Israel. evcr> |)/prav(,r tht. Svna
11 ma worn by the high priest and i ian is !iis own pri( st, and his task
t:- Hi ns worn by the traditional is nol the magical seduction of the ^.^ jo ome people take twelve
.i a as he wears tIn tefillin, or God, but the performance of the
I ylacteries, Like the high priest, moral law.

1 reserval Ions
challot tor the Sabtalh?
. iKaLbtnical eviston
v.
roqrama
Feb. .".* Ch. -1. 8:30 a.m. The First Estate
Topic: Rule of the Church in the Blaok Struggle
Moderator: Rev. Luther C. Pierce
Guj st: Bernard Dyer
Participants: Rahbi Solomon Schiff,
Director of Community Chaplaincj Service,
Re\ Richar l Bailar, p istor, Coral G i
Congregational Church; Fathei David Punch.
St rimothy's Catholic Church
Feb. .'! Ch. iv.. The Jewish Worship Hour
11 '- R ibbi Morton Malav sky,
Temple Beth Shalom. Hollywood.
Feb. r.' Ch 7 l 00 a.i The Still Small Voice
Host l>: 11. 1 bei I B
pie Beth Am
Ch issidim have been know n 1
follow this practice t'i e 1 nme 1 o-
rate the twelve loaves of bread1
ivhich were put on a special table,
in the Temple as prescribed b>
the Bible (Lev, 25:5). Since I
lo ives re put there before ever}
Sabbath (the loaves th it I
there pn viously were subsequent!)
1 aten bj the priests < the hi m
wife prep 111 l twelve lo ives I
h*r S 1 I ," -
: leal whii
' ?h home t 1 :
sand ret iker, Ihe
a H and its til
Holy I f dedicatioi ne-
tity.Il npressed I
(hat they wer not eal
sols b'it rat
ing
by '

SYNOPSIS OF THE WEEKLY TORAH PORTION
Tetzaveh
Aaron in I il I hi High Priest, bearing im
menorah in the >und.
"And menls f": Aaron thy brotlv
- n lor an I foi Lx autj 11 x
TETZAVI H Moses was I >u shall command th
:- that the) lo il pure olive oil 01 I 1
the 1:. tinu ill) In th< l< nt
mj \
1 evening li 1 moi nini
the I For A I ervi priests 1
.' detail, 1-
ts were t
; kIps with the law
rCelicjious <^c
rvices


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The Jewish Floridian
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-v. 63, no. 20 (May 18, 1990).
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Miami, Fla
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newspaper   ( marcgt )
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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>.
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Description based on: Vol. 5, no. 47 (Nov. 25, 1932).

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^Jewish FloridLiLan
Combining THE JfWISff UNITY and THE JfrV.SH WKKIY
,._. 43 _. Number 8
Miami, Florida Friday, February 20, 1970
Three Sections Price 23c
pHANT \N VH>S
Cease-Fire
Breakdown
Is Complete
g, Sprclsl K> |'>rt
... ,\!.km l< ; .iii.l
Ei ',.'"'
:- N,
Than- Is-
j nich '"':
iy. Sa-1 me. "'"
|k'
7-. Si .--. larj ' tn ral tt-Id
< with his lop Middle
Ed i. got irmistice
|cttr>vr m Sew 1 I day
and Gm\a on Wedi* laj U
llsraiii plum rai li I Cairo sub-
lurfe and l'nited Ai Republic
Irrafi struck ai ross IrM S H /
ICanal.
;. ptinv '' :-1 Golds
|Mti: toW th. Km sse l. The
lAnibs car.not rX|>rct lo wage a
[war [without suffering." Shi said h r
|- *ns willing li. observe a
Ictase- tire attain it the other side
[would, even il tin Arabs con-
It..-...! to talk at praci negotia-
Hon.
bracl's Ministi r I th< L*niti 'l
INations. Jacob | who
lis in Miami Beach to addri IS
Ithc WVdiusday night banquet .it
|thf close of th. thn :.>: Mid-
I Winter Conferfnct of the Amer-
Continud on Ptoei 3-A
Reaction To Bombing Of
Egyptian Factory Is Worldwide
UNITED NATIONS iJTA'
Tin bombing of a civilian metal
plant in Egypt List week by Is-
ra< h j- is has atirred new efforts
to de-fuse the worsening Middle
! ast crisis
Israel called the bombing, in
which then wai heavy loss ol
lit--, a "regrettableerror." It was
stn ssed that official policy is to
strike only at military targets
In response to Egypt's declared
war of attrition.
l.N. Secretary General 0
Thant i* expected to confer with
I.t. On. Odd Bull, chief of the
L'.N. cease-fin obaerveri corps
;n the Mideast, who was called
to IN. headquarters for "ur-
gent consultations" in view of
what he described as "a virtu-
ally complete breakdown of the
Ci ase-fire" in the Suez Canal
7onc. Mr. Thant had also con-
ferred separately with Charles
Yost. l.S. Ambassador to the
IN., and the Soviet Ambassa-
dor, Jacob Malik.
Acting Secretary of State
Klnot L. Richardson summoned
Israel's Ambassador Yitzhak Ra-
bin to the State Department
to convey the U.S. government's
sharp prott st against the Israeli
air raid Ambassador Rabin said
after the meeting that they had
cover* d the bombing raid and
other aspects of thi Middle East
;' ation in thi ii ta'k. He r -
iterated Israel's position that it
would observe the cease-fire if
the Arabs agreed to do likewise.
Amcrlean proposals that the
Four Powers undertake immedi-
ate etiorts to restore the e-e-ase-
lire elicited no imiiii-di.it.- re-
sponse from the l.N. represent-
ative of Kussia. Britain and
ranee at last week's Bit Four
meetingthe 26th that the Kit
Power* haw held on the Mid-
east sin.-e last ApriL They said
merely that they would inform
their government*, and Ameri-
can officials were disappointed
West Germany Posts
Reward For Arsonist
MUNICH iJTA i The Weal
has (><>sted
Ci'500 reward for informa-
I tkir. Lading to cat, I in of arson-
ists retponsibk foi tire that
took the bves ol i n middle-
agec and. Iderly J< last week.
pt later announced ,t had new
I information *se but
wW give no detai at the pres-
et lime. Konrad ink is, the
appeeJ-
N to the public to lii Ip police
|m thtj investig il
e in all tn Wesi German
1 ' Berlin are
its een-
Is and
lens. 1 Commis-
calli d the
' i foui storj
1
I- : '
broke out

ami
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at the fcack ol a more positive
re action.
Washington speculated on the
..--ii ihty thi t tin b i nl
would delay President Richard
M. Nixon's decision on Israel's
.( I. st fm r.a.i. Phantom j< ts
and other military aid, but Stati
Department spokesman Carl
Bartch refused comment. At his
last press conferi'nce. Jan. 30.
Mr. Nixon said he would an-
nounce his decision on Israel's
arms request within 30 days.
Report* from Jerusalem said
Israel evpeets the l'nited States
to agree to the delivery of addi-
tional Phantoms and Skyhawks
in spite ol l!ie liomhint. Israeli
government officials were said
to believe the homiiint would
have no long-term etfeet on I .S.
policy in the Mideast.
Poi- Paul vi sent his eon I >-
lences to the Egyptian govern-
ment over the death of 70 en il-
ian workers in the bombi -
Archbishop Agostino Casaro'.i.
Vatican Secretary of the Church
Public Affairs Council, sumnv ti-
ed Egypt's Ambassador Abdel
Halim Makhyoum to inform him
Continued on Ps 5-A
Dr. Jarring, U Thant Meet In
Geneva To Discuss Mideast
Woman-i
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the top floor, spread swiftlv
along the wooden corriilors and
stairs.
A Sa-maa team of Federal and
Bavarian State policethe same
team that Is assigned to the
Arab terrorist bombing SB***, I"
win. h Kl AI passengers were at-
tacked in MunU-h Atrpart last
week, b-a\ ing one dead and U
Injured .* Investigating the
bUse.
The Palestinian terrorist or-
ganization that claimed "credit"
I..i the Munich Airport attack
denied any connection with the
Jewish community center fire,
it was reported from Amman.
Jordan. Interior Minister Hans
Dietrich Genscher said the Fed-
pral P.i public would .1" every-
thing possible to see that Ger-
man) d s not "become a play-
ground for terrorists,'' hut de-
clared h< saw no connection be-
i-a. i n the fire and the terrorist
attack.
Two ..t th.- victims were n -
\ ivors of Nazi concentratii n
amps David Jakubowtcz, 60, a
natlvi ol Cxechoslovakla, a id
ti. orgi 1'iau. 63. who was born
m Lemberg and held both Ger-
i ..in and Israeli nationality.
Tin Other victims were list) !
as Mrs Jadwiga Pfau, Ri
!;, ch< i 59, Leopold Gimpel. 50.
Max Blum. 71. an American citi-
/ n who worki d as a fun i
g gfried Offi n a< her, 1
librai I
VNITKD NATIONS (JTAi
fine of th. subjects of discussion
betwien Dr. Gunnar V. Jarring
and I'.N. Secretary G-neral U
Thant at their meeting in Ge-
neva was the advisability of Dr.
Jarring's Irruraadlats resumption
Of his Mi.Uast mission in an at-
tempt to cool down the situation
th.re. the Jewish Telegraphic
Agency has l. arnol.
The Jarring mission to the
Middle East was shelved last
spring when the Four Powers
the l'nited States. Soviet I'nion,
Britain and France began talks
aiming at 'agreed guidelines" to
be giv< n Dr Jarring for a settle-
ment of the Arab-Israel conflict.
The Four Powers have not
reached agreement on any guide
lines and. despite repeated con-
cessions by the l'nited States,
have not approached agreement
on any major issues.
Mr. Thant is known to have
been increasingly concernt d
over thi itepped-up pace of the
Arab-Jewish fighting ami to he
apprehensive that Israel and the
Aiab States may be on the verge
of full-scale renewal of hostili-
ties. It is also known that Mr.
Thant believes that some sort of
cease-fire arrangt ment must be
inforctd immediately to prevent
a widening of the conflict.
The Secretary-General was
said to nclicw that the present
: tate of ntar-waifarc has mad.
attempts at settlement by diplo-
matic means almost impossible
and that the only hope of avert-
ing a conflagration would be if
both sidi s limited their activity
and gave the' diplomats a chance
to work.
France' has proposed that Dr.
Jarring be sent to the Middle
Fast immediately to seek com-
pliance with the original cease-
fire agreement. Britain and the
l'nited State's also believe com-
pliance- with the agreement is
urgent, but the Soviet I'nion his
not gone along with them. In the
view ol Russia and Fgypt, the
cease-fire agre-ement crystallizes
Israel's retention of territories
it occupied .luring the Six-Day
War
U.S. Will Take All
Necessary Steps In
Interest Of Peace
Black Panther
Attitudes Are
Anti-Semitic
NEW YORK (JTAI The
Am- rican Jewish Committee has
charged thai the activities and
statements ol the Black Pan-
thers have been so consistently
anti-Zionist and anti-Israel that
it is almost imp ssible to make
tiu- distinction i-. twee n u lr at
titu.ii and anti-St mitism.
In a 1- port issued by Seymour
Samet, director ol Its Inter-
group Relations and Social Ac-
tion !> partment, the Commit-
tee noti d that for a variety "f
i. asons, attacks on J. ws as Jews
no longi i poUticall) it- -
tivt m this co intrj In recenl
yeai has '""::'
Continued on Page 3-A
NEW YORK iJTAi In a
speech made at the America-
Israi l Friendship Dinner of Bnai
Zion, Rep. Gerald Ford. House
minority leader who is the ad-
ministration's e hii I spokesman
in Congress, declared that the
L'nited States will elo more' than
talk it will do everything it can
in the interest ol peace and sta-
bility in the Middle' Fast. "The
l'nited Statt *." he said, 'is pre-
an 'i to supply the mil I
equipment necessary for friend-
|j governments, such as Israe
tu defend thi mselvea "
stn ssing the urg< ncj I Is-
rai i's corn it ass, ssment ol i S
int< ntions in the Middli l ast
, i isis and the need for ii ovet
communications betwet n Israi I
at d America Rep Foul said
had proposed establishment ol
p telephone "hot-line" betw 11
-.-. ashingtoi a d -!- rusali m
, ~. .i which would enabl< either
pi. sld< nt Richard Nixon or Is-
Vlinisti r Golds Me Ii
to clai ify
ing.
any misuml. rstan I-
"The heit-line." the Ke-pillili. an
leader said, "would also lie use-
t nl ii new factors developed thai
threatened a dangerous escala-
tion or spreading ol the con-
flict, lsr:ii-l." he- said. "Weinlil
have the- reassurance <>t Instan-
taneous hiiiiniuniiatii.il with tin-
President, and the PrenWent, In
any crisis, eoulel instantly con-
tact Mrs. Meir."
Washlngti n obserwrs noting
that estal llshmi nt ol such a line
wi lid 11 nstitute official L' S
ti. i ol Jerusalem as I
.. ,.t | [si ii I's govei nment, d
ii that Mr. Ford would not
, osal with
,,it | i ...i li arance by thi White
liuus. .
):. p. Ford said the adminls-
tratioi wi Id of course, 'pref. r
in t.u- shi] nl "t
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Friday.. February 20, IS
Milton Weiss Is
Named For Award
Milton Weiss, president of the
Greater Miami Jeuir.li Federation,
has been named the 1970 recipient
and a Chi. f of the Iron Arrow at
University oi Miami. Mr. Weiss is
also a past presidi nl of the Miami
Beach Kiwanis Club, a former
member of the Dade County Board
of Publie Instruction and hoard of
governors oi the Miami Beach
( hamber of Commerce.
Murray Turetsky is chairman Ol
the Appan l Group of the Mercan-
tile Division Committee; Harrj
Mizrach is honorary chairman, and
Mrs. Beatrice Abel, Bernard Faffe,
Sam Rappaport, Milton Malsin and
Sam Lieberson are cochairmen.
The committee includes Nancy
Bannerman, Stanley Barnett, Ronj
Benjamin, Edward Herman. Ed-
ward Blackman, Margaret Burke,
Carolyn Hurt. Mike Carlo. Susan
Cairey. Julia Cilrone. Robert Col-
by, Mike FeWstein, Peter Fellner,
Mn K. Fernandez. Michael Finelli.
June Fitzgerald. Harold Preinberg,
Sidney Frenchman. William Fried-
V er, William Givner. Nina Glob-
iis. Milton Goldberg. LesterGrog-
er, Paul Gross. Jean Gulien, Henry
Hershey. Shirley Hoffman. Nadine
Hudson.
Also Gordon Kaplan. Louise
Kaplin, Morton LefkowitZ, Arthur
Livingston, Gwen Love. Alan
Marcus. Jim McGrath, Donna Na-
than. Al Nirenlx rg, Valerie l'ey-
.n. Selma Pollack. Rita Rabstein,
Harold Relnhard, Louise Rice,
Samuel B. Robinson. Norman
rtothstiin. Ted Kubel, Gloria Sal-
dors, according to an announce-
ment made by William S. Ruben, i vatore, Seymour Schuiner, Casey
of the Harold
mortal Award.
MILTON WEISS
B. Bowrarth
Mi-
Tin award will be presented to
Mr. Weiss, who is president of
Miami Beach Federal Savings anil
I.oan Associaiton, at the annual
Mercantile Di\ ision dinner to be
held on behalf of the Combined
Jewish Appeal Israel Emergency
Fund campaign Thursday, Feb. 26.
at the Sheraton Four Ambassa-
Mereantiie Division coordinator.
Division cochairmen Louis I. Da-
vis and Herman Hammer reported
thai Brig. Gen. Yeshayahu Gavish
of the Israel Defense Forces will
be guest speaker at the event.
Mr. Weiss joins a list of award
recipients headed by John M. Ser-
bin. who was honored in 1965; the
1966 recipient was Jacob Rabino-
witz; Jay I. Kislak received the
1967 award; Robert Macht the
award for 1968 and Max Orovitz
was 1989 recipient.
Assistant secretary of Mount
Sinai Hospital's board of trustees.
a past general chairman of the
Combined Jewish Appeal campaign
Segal. Leo SelkowitZ, John N.
Serbin. Sheldon Singer. Santord
Sprint/. Mike Sussman. Roberta
temple. Mac Wapnick. Sol Wenig,
Kd Wexler. Solomon Zelonkcr and
Angie Zindcr.
George Mover is chairman of the
Department and Retail stores
Group; his cochairmen arc San-
lord Sprint/ and Dave Miller.
Maxwell H. \V< lshiaii and Sey-
mour Mufson are eoohalrmen of
the Home Furnishings Group;
A. J. Alexander and Mcndell M
Selig are hon .rni y chairmen, and
eonunittei members include Louis,
taller, J. William Baros, Jr., San- i
ford Burrs. Edward Eisenberg,;
Buddy Hurt. AI Isaacson. Stank*} I
Jamison, Nat Kupi r. Ralph Le
vita, Hyman Lipzin, Marty Martin.
Dave Mi lilt, George MildWOff, '
Gerald Mathanson, Harvey Niems,
Ralph Oster, Ed Salomon. Jr..
Fiank Seklen, Paul Shapiro, Edith
lima Siegei. J. ti.. Lffnerand Nel-
son Zicln rman.
Morris Rabinowitz will serve as
the Jewelrj Group's chairman:
the Shoe Group will be In aded by
Hoy Bowen, Jr.. Joseph Feinbere.
and Nick Stern, cochairmen.
Beth Am To Honor
David J. Light At Its
1970 CJA-IEF Event
A gala dinner-dance will be held ,
by Temple Beth Am Sunday at
King's Bay Country Club in be-
half of the 1970 Combined Jewish
; Appeal-Israel Emergency Fund
campaign.
Mrs. Judith Beilin. Consul of Is-
lael In New York will be the gw Bl
1 speaker at the ( vent, during which
David J. Light will be honored for
'is outstanding commitment and
. dedication to Tl mple Beth Am. \
Israel and work' Jewry.
Leonard Luna is serving as din-
ner chairman; Jay I Kislak has
been named honorary chairman of
'he dinner.
Cochairmen of 'he Temple I'1 th ,
Am campaign are Stanley Gilbert
and J. David Liebman.
New Oil Pipeline In
Operation Since Feb. 1
TEL AVIV IJTA1 Israel
has disclosed the fad that us
new 42-inch oil pipeline linking
the port of EUal on the Gulf of
Aqaba with Asbkelon on the
Mediterranean '-oast some 160
miles away has been in opera-
tion since Feb. 1.
The (ISO million pio.net by-
passes the Suez Canal, which
':,s been closed to ill shipping
sine, the SiX-Dai War. and was
always closed to Isnu li ships
and cargoes. The pip line's pres-
ent capacity is 20.000.000 tons
annually. The installation ol ad-
ditional pumping stations will
ii ipk the annual cai>a< it...
At thi '. Illal ti rminal, the oil
is taken ft om supi i lank( i s and
it is loaded into small) r tank' i^
at Ashkelon for transshipment
to southern and western Eu-
rope. Israel is cent.dent that the
surplus oil can I* sold to IJiro-
; an consumi rs, evi n though the
the price is higher than that
shipped around the tape of
Good Hop. by tanker.
A British tanker presently at
Ashki Ion was th.- first vessel to
take on a cargo of oil Which had
come through the new pip. hm
The oil hail been brought to
Eilat by the 121.000-ton Israeli
tanker Nivi. Israi I's Zui I 4
has ordered two mon \ :.i,rsl
250.00D-torT capacity and It 1
-id. ring three add ,]
of that size.
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CHIPPED OR OLD FASHIONED
CUT DIAMONDS'
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ESTABLISHED 1924.
BUY DIMCT ROM MANUFACTURER
Phone 379-/397
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Won't you help the Home today by contributing
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I And remember
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Shop are tax deductible.
The Douglas Gardens family
Board and staff thank you.
residents,
AARON KRAVITZ
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Chairman
Thrift Shop Committee
JEWISH HOME FOR THE AGED
JWV Delegate* Meei|
Delegates from Jewish War\
i-ratis i>osts and auxiliaries
meal at 8 p.m. Monday in
\mi riinna Hoti I. Bal Harbour!
- as plans for the am i j
, onvi nti in, Department ol Fk
commander Arthur \ s l: |
announo d. Mi i
convi ntion eommitti are
Rosofsky, M. Jay Berliner
frvii r K. Coopi rman ; ,
nor., wtiich attrai Is
in-miMTs and lh ii families, u>J
iv is iii ill In Jim'
l.itvuk On Program
Michael Lltwak will ; |
in Hie literary-musical progranj
'h presented bj Moadon Han
Hebrew Speaking Club at 8
Monday in the 100 Lincoln
Club Koum. His topic will be "j
legration of Various Coi ri
in Israel." Music will he pro\
I y a quartet from the C mini
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ilher Attitudes Are Anti-Semitic
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pltattona f piii'lii- atatententa
during 0M past .wars l>\
Panther fUM*ttoaiariw, and edi-
torial! ami newa atorlta in The
Blmk Panther, the I'artxs olfi-
iial publication, all ol which in-
rtiiali' the group's support of Kl
Fatah and ihi- Arab guerrillas,
iml opposition t Israel ami its
opportera.
The study quoted Panthi i Mir.
isti i ni mrormation l'k.-1i-.- -
Cleaver a-, stating, "Zionists,
wherever they ma] be, are our
enemies We totally support the
i ni the Palestin-
ian iieople ana ins I the watch-
dogs of imperialism."
In < "i;s c.i respondent Richai >l
Holti let's Jan. 30 report from
Algiers mi an alliance between
Black Panthi rs and El Fata i,
lid, "The El Fa en ilia
i i ;ii ion is riix ussing train-
ing Black Panthers in actual
com I Israel to pn
them for a sabotage and n
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And it is the treasured homeland ol a
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Wh,al about the Israel thai never gets
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golf courses' .
Or the Israel of fancy supper clubs and
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Volume 43
Friday, February 20. 1970
Number 8
14 ADAR 1, 5730
Economic Strength Is Decisive
The determination of the Israeli people to make a nation
of Jews live is their not-so-secret weapon in this time of
crisis, but economic strength is also decisive. The Inter-
national Inaugural Conference for Israel Bonds, which is
meeting here on Miami Beach, puts the spotlight again on
the critical funds which the annual Bond campaign pro-
vides for the maintenance and expansion of the Israeli
economy.
Some 2.000 delegates from all sections of the United
States and Canada will hear Deputy Prime Minister Yigal
Allon discuss Israel's economic problems. With all respect
to that outstanding leader, we doubt that North American
Jews need much more convincing. We know that economic
development is vital and must not be interrupted, and we
know that the conference will be the springboard for a
campaign that will fulfill Israel's expectations of receiving
S250 million from the sale of Bonds this year.
Ui. Position Embarrassing
The British government became the 75th nation to sign
the Convention on the Prevention and Punishment of
Genocide when it took action recently at the United
Nations some 28 years after the Convention was introduced.
It is difficult to believe, but the United States is now the
only major power which has not adopted the statement
whose objectives are contained in its title. Southern sen-
ators, for the most part, have blocked efforts by America's
presidents to have the agreement ratified. We hope Presi-
dent Nixon carries the political strength to end our embar-
rassment as well as our hypocrisy.
An Example Of Campaign's Value
It will be one of the smaller events in this year's cam-
paign for the Combined Jewish Appeal-Israel Emergency
Fund, but surely the significance of the dinner planned by
the Hebrew-Cuban Committee will not be lost on our
community.
The helping hand which the Greater Miami Jewish Com-
munity provided these refugees from another kind of Com-
munist tyrannysome of whom were on their second and
third emigrationsis but one example of the value of the
campaign for local and national, as well as overseas,
agencies. HIAS, Jewish Vocational Service, Jewish Family
and Children's Service, all played a role in establishing
our Cuban Jewish neighbors in our community as dedi-
cated people who have become a part of Jewish life in
Greater Miami.
Their assistance is welcomed, as well as that of all who
have not yet been reached in the campaign and who
should be inspired to give by the evident need.
A New International Federation
The battle for Jewish survival is not confined to this
country alone. The small Jewish communities in Asian and
Pacific nations recently formed an international group,
headquartered in Australia, to combat erosion of their
identity and culture. Jews of Australia, Hong Kong. India.
Japan, New Zealand, the Philippines, Singapore and
Thailand have created a Federation of Jewish Communities
of Southeast Asia and the Far East.
Thus opens a new chapter in the ancient story of
Jewish migration eastward which is supposed to go back
to the time of Solomon. Although the communities of
Australia and New Zealand, in particular, have many
Jews prominent in the building of those nations, the loss
through assimilation has been great. The aim of the
Federation is both survival and strengthening the Jewish
heritage.
Comment
I have yet to moot, anyone
among my Jewish professional
colleagues who knows as little
about Zionism. I came late into
this field and when it became
evident that there were not just
Zionists, but all kinds of them.
1 closed my mind to the whole
thing just as I did about geog-
raphy when all those new na-
tions came on the scene and the
L"nited Nations ballooned into
well over 100 members instead
of the 57 varieties with which I
nad grown up.
There was also an incident
some timein 1*47. I believe
after World War 2 when I was
drawn into the Zionist web for
a period of 24 hours which con-
vinced me my ignorance was
truly blissful. One evening I was
Invited to a party at the New
York home of author Ben Hecht
where I was inspired to help
raise money and lend aid to
something called The Irgun."
The following day. at lunch
with my usual mixed group of
friends, most of them Jewish. I
voiced my enthusiasm for The
Irgun." Well! I was treated to a
dissertation on "Jewish fascists,
terrorists" and my general ig-
norance of Israel and Zionism.
It was at that point my zeal
not for Israel, which never di-
minished- -for Jewish political
involvement came to an end and
I returned to the simple matter
of Democrat-Republican con-
frontation.
Another reason for my non-
involvement, as I told a group
of local Zionists at a meeting last
week, was that as a product of
the radical Ws I had-taken a
dim if not hostile view .>t Zion-
ism as the solution to the Jewish
problem. I shared with many
left-oriented Jews the belief that
only a society which eliminated
class distinctions would aiSO
ei tse religious and color dis-
crimination. Everybody a broth-
er, if not a comrade
But I do not recall the same
hostility toward Zionism and
thus to Israel in our time
among the young Jewish radi-
cals of that era that we *
to find among their modern
counterparts. This is what I
si>oke about; much. I am cer-
tain, to the great discomfort
and disbelief of these dedicated
old warriors who cannot imagine
that some of their grandchildren
are developing an anti-Israel
stance.
It's sadly true. Some highly
knowledgable Jewish sociolo-
gists feel that the most impor-
tant political event affecting Is-
rael in recent years hat been the
rise of the New Left in Western
politics. While it sprung up on
campus, in France. Germany and
England, jfs well as in this coun-
try, in opposition to all estab-
lishment parties, the need to
find an ideology in the last two
years has brought these young
people mostly to the Maoism of
the Chinese Communists. And
when we speak of these young
people we are s|>eaking of many
Jews, for while the radicals are
only a small percentage of col-
lege and high school youth, a
disproportionate number are
Jewish youth.
On their ideological grounds.
by EDWARD COHEf
Israel js an.outpost ,J
imperialism and El Fa)
guerrillas seeking liberal
their land. Never mind ai.
sound, idealistic reasons fur
tablishing the State
the Holocaust is \>m\ 0f tjj
history they refuse to
that the Arab guerrillas ha
nevi r stati d air. go .
other than death to t
The fact is this is the aj. !nj
see it.
Ignorant about Zi .1
am, I pointed out. oui youth]
radical or otherwise j
less oi the socialist ai
background of so mai
Zionists in Israel and _>
social and democrat i \r|
mentation of the -j
where the partticipat.
racy they talk atiout oi J
is a reality. What tlv .
hear about is an Israi i of .1ii
ners to sell bonds, to raise fun-1
where the participator) no
emphasized and the revolutka
ary ardor of idealistic Jews
glossed over.
Well, this is no time !-> shak
the establishment. I
for money is desperat.l. i-e^iei
if Israel is to survive But
fore it is too late we will bh\\
to find a way to coi
radical young who. small in r.'j
ber though they maj :.!
play a large part in : trmiq
public opinion, that Isra>'
many ways represent-, i t o.-.i
the best hopes of Jews but of 31
people looking for a better wjJ
of life.
MATTER OF FACT
by JOSEPH ALSOP
WASHINGTON The Ian
in the Middle East is visibly,
isl continuously, increasing
in ways already ex i I in
this spar-v it i- therefore time
for some plain <;> akin)
the relation between embattled
Israel and this countr) irgi
immensely valuable min iritj if
Americans of Jewish descent
The subject is so delicate I
a personal word may perhaps -
be permissible. To begin with
: i porter supp irte I the lai
James V Forresta!, whm he
futile'j : .. lei I
r n's Mid : Eastern po
lial qu tioi m -
w leth : the Unite I St itea
- ul i pn -- for admission of
.- thei 100,000 Ji *s to Pales-
'out the re il quest -
whether to support the esl th-
in : il in indej en : nt Is-
si ite. Hard American In-
terests di it ited i K
ipening own g I -
id of the gates of Pali
tie in I to 50 000 .' ivsoi
IStyRI t;Cl ,-.
\\
mdx W Ami i ic i woul:
by, first
tse in one f 1
in the American n
h i- contributed m i i
' i the success of th
ondly, America w
ivoided the loss ol
e in the Arab stat wlu)
h is now resulted fron i i
., '.ii i il i as the St it -
chief sponsor on I
st ige.
T this day Am< \
practical interests u
the Arab are,is ol i M ::l
E st if Americans
of thit kind of Mi i>
t .li ness I w inch, thai
are not i, we might I Is}
^ i in the I
Gen. de Gaulle ai I
Pomoidon
Bui what hai
.'.or:.-. Practical Int r> :
therefore go for i
i'her considi
precedence The firsi
When .mi countr} -.
State of Israel, -
e l an in.
i esponsibility.
Trn>- n poi ter has
that h a aw mn< --
:hty has ;
heightened by th< ,1
miration that ever} '
rael has always insp
even those who lo
that admiration cam
dodge or shirk the
itv that our countr) sssu
long ago. f
This means, very" *'mP
we cannot stand idly by *
the Soviet aid to Egypt na
rect Soviet participa
tion i"
Continued on P lJ-A


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February 20. 1970
+Jtnist fhiiinr
Pcge 5-A
Reaction To Bombing Of Factory
^ Tom Page 1-A)
Cm>c'.htw over the
[cashed.
TbcmUng^....."*'mnrd
F* accepted Israels
E^thst it was an honest
Ci TV New York Times
BS ?** ca"J"
r!Lv-,,Weprnrrsionof Is-
1 {WdUblr rlM to rc-
,t,)Pr,sj,!.nt Nasser's W
.minor,/ Although IsraeU
>*> '|an" "ua,
"continued some such
,Vnt rw an ineritaMe
[sra< rash ik>I-
fcir
win
icy ol attacking military tarp close to the crowded Egyptian
capital These attacks are too
hazardous to continue."
The London Sunday Observer
said the Israeli raid would "im-
|)ose severe pressures on Nasser
to retaliate in kind, even at sui-
cidal cost." Whether Intended or
not. it said, the raid marked a
serious stage in the escalation
of Mideast warfare.
Romr aewapapera were s.un.
what inclined to accept lrael'<
acknowledgement or an error in
the tmmhinc, and referred to 1-
rael'o rfforta In the paat to avoid
hitting eMUaa center*. Kilt the
news agency Ansa carried a dr-
)>.!< h from its Cairo corre*poa ent which noted that the metal
works was Ixunhed with MH'b
precision as to cast douht on
Israel's assertion that it was a
mistake.
Most newspapers took the po-
sition that larael'i warning re-
garding the presence of three
unixplodtd bombs in the wreck-
age was proof of the genuine-
ness <>f Israel's claim it was hit
by accident, The warning, re-
garded as unprecedented in war-
fan was issued by Defense Min-
ister Moahe Dayan within hours
after the laid, lie said informa-
tion was gleaned from returning
pilots, .md ask. ii the Interna-
tional Red Cross and L'.N. ceasi -
fire observers corps to relay the
Information to Egyptian author-
ities to prevent further loss of
life.
I^irry King Emcee
Master of cer< monies at the Iiis-
r.iyne Democratic Club's annual
dinncr-danco in the Pla/a Hotel
Saturday evening Will be TV pcr-
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nounced that the dinner chairman
" ill be Sid Rubin. Ticket chair-
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begin at noon with a poolside box
luncheon and feature a fa-
show and bazaar, will be Peppy
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Miller, bazaar; Celc Posmai lick,
fashion show; Hazel and George
Tooker, luncheon; Adrieiine Miller
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Friday,, February 20, 19|
Rabbi Stern Jerusalem Dr. Kantrowitz Guest Speak
Peace Award Recipient aj. American Tecjlilioil Oiljiid
H. Stern, ipi
the ib C. Cohen Co
. syr *H1 i>- the r< -
kauri STEBN
, the Jerusalem P
Awar I. James M. Albert, chair-
i th< Gn iti 1 Miami [si 11 I
bond Organization, has announeeA
award will be conferred
1 Dr. Sti rn al the 30th Anni-
vi i sarj Test il Banquet to be
3 1 March 22. at the
1 Hotel. : '>a!i!i Beach, un-
11 i, th< synago u
ing made to Di
! in rreoi n of his
: leadership
i strrngthi nin [si ai I through
i l lond program.
Corn n, vi teran com-
I li adi r '.:-. the religious and
I n>ic lil ol this commu-
rity, .' ill si rve as honoi ary chair-
,, tii. event, which marks th<
si in of th< Rabbi Stern's 30th
,, rsarj '"s member of the
rabbinate. Leonard Zilberl Is serv-
ing as dinner chairman.
A member of Agudas Hora-
bonim, Rabbinical Council of
America. Rabbi Stern is world re-
nowned for his ii adership, scholar-
Bhip and service on behalf ol Jew-
ish life in America as well as for
tntc ol Isrtu I. Al the b< h si
,.f the late MosheShan tl Is i '
, Minteti r ol Finance, Ral bi
Stern initiafc .1 the Israi I Bond
drivi In M' xico in 1951. when the
woi Id-wide drive was launcl
[ntemationai pn sidenl of the
.1. 1 .sai> m Talmud Award and the
Friends of Bickur Cholim, Rabbi
Stern is also presidenl >>i the In-
stitute of Zwchll Binyan Yehoshua
and national vice president of the
Vad Hachnuch Hatorani.
The author of some 20 volumes
of Biblical. Talmudic and Respon-
se literature, including the two-
volume "Eternal Law," the pro-
1 osi 1 Constitution for Israel. Dr.
Stem is chairman of the south-
east! rn region ol the Mizi whi >""-
ganization of America, a founder
ol Torah S011< tj ol the Air an.l of
the International Torah Uaiveiw
sit., ii. is on the national pre-
sidium "I zras Torah, and is a
icmbi r ol i'ii Union of Orthodox
, th R ibbinical Council ol
' Amerii a, thi Orthodox Jewish
Si Ii nlists of Ami lica and A
; srael.
The Jerusali m P< ace Award t.
e pn senti d to Rabbi Sti rn con-
tains a bas-reliel map of the an-
,-ii nt wall city of Jerusalem with
.1 quotation from the Book of
.- ih, consisting of the c lebrati d
. ommitmi nt of faith, which reads
Fo Zion"s saki. I shall not kei p
- lent. For Jerusalem's sake, I
shall not rest."
The
Arthur
speak '
well-known physicist Dr Kantiwlt* 1 h. US gme.n
Kantre I/, will b l ment's lull .;''!. ; ,.
_ 1 instituti "i I' chnology. H
s known foi his res arch in
:.:,l ,|yi ,n cs and his | loi
application of the shook tube to
iigh-temperature gas problems.
iv Kat irowitz, who served as
,1 ,:.. ,; IS Dynamics Seetioi
,.; the National Advisory Commit-
1,, roi Veroi uiti *, as a profi s-
sor ol a.....:' : : -' rinB
... p ics at Cor-
nell University. He
Mitute proh bsoj at Mass*
Institute ol Technology and has
1,,,!, ;, Fulbright and Gug-
|r Mow at Can I
Uanehi ster Univi I and is a
Fi How of thi
. 1 Aits md Si i:c s
1 Kan trow ii 2,
ii National a. j
and the Interi
lautics, Is
I'o .il of Prince 101 1
!! pai tment of A.
: in and thi I
ef til* I IIUiTm "
.la. >i> Walt, r I'hmai
.1' t he American 1 j
uho is an 1 v cuth I ti-, ;
Carbide Col p., will inli
Kantiowit/ al thi <
m r "f Ti chnion's ,
I of Govi rnors T
i\ ht><- familj I
I llman Centi 1
acility at Ti c
- rvi d as cbai
logical C01 fi
1 Middle East
I>K. KANTROWITZ
the American T chnor S l>
he he I M c 1 7 it 'no F ml
bleau Hotel. K. Vlbrrl Pall -t, din-
ner chairman, h s innounced,
Vic sident Id
Wc 1 C.:p A '
Everett Ii-search U 1 ory, Di
Scroll Beillg Given Rabbi Lehrfield Speaker
To Israelite Center
A Torah Scroll which belonged
to the now-disbanded Minvonaires
Congregation, will officially
presi nted to the Isra< lite Center
at the synagogue's S:lr> p.m. sen'-
,. es Friday by Mr. and Mrs. Hair.
B. Schwartz.
Mr. Schwartz ill carry the
scroll through the congregation,
and present it to ilio temple presi-
dent, William Drucker.
Following tin' services, Mr. and
Mrs. Schwartz will host the Oneg
Shabbal In honor of the occasion.
Rabbi : vld L> hrlii Id, spiritual
Icr ol 1 Israel 1 'ongn -
gati n was lh
n meeting ol llv J< Ish National
Fund Council tins week in the La-
?ayette Room ol the Fontaine-
hicau Hotel. A musical program
v as presented bj Shmuel Fershko
.md a progn ss n port made on the
annual Purlni Scudah, which is
-vheduled for March 22.
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Lcessary Steps In
Interest Of Peace
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J
|. (tat !'. ol Israel
Me." Anothi !
at the sanii' time was tcllinw a
\. w M- atco audience President
Nixon should approve tmmedl-
,ii. i.. save > t iiHMh-iii military
aircraft to [Mil In lame
quantity as mussary for hor to
iii t.nil herself. Sen. Joseph
toya ID-N.M.i was speaking to
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Friday,. Fbmary 20, 197rjM Fri*3
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i
CJA-IEF Campaign Events
Continue In Various Locations
P.abbi Leon Kronish. spiritual David Abrams. Joseph Braver- being held on behalf of the 1970
leader of Temple Beth Sholom. man. Ann Elkies. H. Goldstein. CJA-IKF campaign is scheduled
wtt\ be the gut*! spewlcefM'n dhU N'nthnn 'Could. Samuel Leventhal. I f..r 8 pm in the Seville Mote
n r meeting of SeacoasI Towers
West residents Wednesday.
Julius B. Kaplan is serving as
chairman of the event which is be-
ing held in behalf of the 1970
Combined Jewish Appeal [srael
Emergency Fund campaign: Abe
> ii/ is serving as cochairman.
Members of the committee in-
cl de BenCutler, MichaelFerman,
Irving Fox. Fred Jonas. Herman
Karmiel, Sidney King. Sol Lantz.
May, Meyer Meyers, David
nan. Mitchell Rifkin. David
1. n, Al Roth. Bernard Rubinger.
t Sloane. A. Warshowsky.
Harold Wasserman, Melvta Worth
an<: Nathaniel Zalka.
E- n Essen, chairman of the Res-
UU ce and High-Rise Division, has
announced the appointment of Abe
Lewis and Murray Tubelle as co-
chairmen of the Plaza 800 Com-
bined Jewish Appeal-Israel Emer-
gency Fund Committee, which it
presently mapping plans for the
campaign.
Neal Amdur has been named
honorary chairman of the affair:
Morris Putter is serving as chair-
man, with Herman Flansbaum.
Murray J. Fox. Fred Gillis and I
Samuel Mcllits as cochairmen.
on are Mr and Mr*. Irvina
\ii..... Mr.- Pa> A*n. Irvine: Belslk,
Mr and Mrs. Edward Brodlle*. Mr
\i.. B.....i- Ml and Mr* Benjalii -
Buxbaum, Mr* Ballj Chester. Mr.
and Mr* Inuis Davldnff Mi- ana
Mrs Oscar DenenbertJ, Mr. and Mr*
H [Mm In Mr. and Mr* Bamuel
Dorman, Mr and .M Joseph Eren- j
frucht. Mr. and Mrs Jo, Felgenbaum.
Mr. and Mr* H irry Fel.iman, Mn
Rose Frtimkln, Mr. and Mrs Morris
Oolub, Mr and Mrs Lout* Gottl -I
.\'r. and Mrs M Gottlieb, I"
Mrs Murra) Grover. Mr. and Mrs.
Jacob Guttman
Also. Mr and Mrs n Harkavy.
Air and Mrs Charles Herbert. Mr.
and Mrs Arthur Hitter, Mi and
Mrs. J Hollander, Mr. and Mrs.
Morris Horwlta, Joseph Immerman.
Mr and Mrs Kh Jacobson Mr. and
>J .. Morris Jaffee, Mrs Freda Joseph
Ju and Mrs. Frrd Kat*. Mr and
, p Mrs. Frank Kaufman. Mrs KurfurM.
.....'* Mr .....I Mn- I
MRS. MORTON SILBERMAN
Mr anil Mrs. All.eri LefowltS, Arthur
Lefkowlt*. Nat Levin, Louis Levin*
Mr and Mrs Meyer Levlne. Mr ami
Mrs Martin Levinaon. Mrs. Bertha
Levy, Mr. and Mrs I. A LeWinter,
I Mrs Blanche T. Lewi*, Mi ami Mrs.
Rose R,,anof, and Philip.fljota *-J IjJ-*" ^^
C .mmittee members include are ftrtong the members of their
Morris Goldstone. Jack Silver, Ben corrunittee.
Salsky, Samuel Doctrow. Samuel ----------
Go.'dwasser. Max Madalia. Sophie Herman Ehrlich will serve as
Bernard G. Richards, foremost personality in Ihe
American Jewish community for more than hall
century, was honored on his 90th birthday by the
presentation of a check representing a fund to finar.;e
the publication of his works. Mr. Richard's birthday
was celebrated by a group of intimate friends, con-
sisting cf leaders in the field of Jewish social work
religion and cultural affairs, at a luncheon this v
at the Plaza Hotel here. Shown with the guest of honot
as the check was presented are Samuel Roth
(right;, National Campaign Chairman of the Israel
Bond Organization, who served as Chairman c: Ihe
sponsoring committee, and Joseph Brainin (left), former
Executive Vice President of the American Com-., tie
for the Weizmann Institute, who was Secretary y.
the committee.
Mr and Mrs Harry Meyers, Mr and
Mrs Jacob Miller, Mr. and Mrs Her-
man Mintzer. Mr. and Mrs Louis
Motifs, Mr. and Mrs Irvine Pritzert.
Dr. ami Mrs Benjamin Queen. Mr
and Mrs. Ely Rice, Mr. and Mrs
AJtnan. Hav Kronish, Frieda Woll- chairman of a breakfast meeting David Kosen, Mr. ami Mrs >u\ Roih-
mari, Rae Lewis. Esther Doctrow. on behalf of the 1970 Combined | Ser^Mr.T/'^"^ JosephTsen"
Rose Kopel, Rose Medalia. Rose Jewish Appeal-Israel Emergency j wartx. Mr. and Mrs i^ouis Scnwartt, I
Light. Gertrude Fineberg. Sandra Kund campaign on March 15. fgjg, Mr'an.i Mr.. M^St-miS!
Silverman. Pauline Finkelstein. Members of Skv Lake Syna- Mr. and Mrs. Jadk Sherman. Mr. and j
Go!riie Tinsky. Hilda Arnold. Thel- I 50gue and their friends will be in- { Mrj. ginrjgn tJUM^g.
HEADQUARTERS
rr.a Greengus, Sadie Ginsburg.
Ros" Goldstein. Elsie Feder and
Charlotte Selinger.
Mr
and
vited to participate in the event.' Mrs. Meyer a. Tyaltler, Mr. and Mrs
which will take place at the home twJggtor^Ur.J**.^**.
of Mr. and Mrs. Paul Venze.
Mrs, Morton Silberman. chair-
mar, of the Women's Initial Gifts
Division of the 1970 Combined
Jfcwish Appeal-Israel Emergency
Fur.d campaign, will be the guest
shaker at a breakfast to be held
by Octagon Towers residents on
Surday. March 1.
Samuel Safenovitz is serving as
chairman of the event, with Na-
than L. Podell as honorary chair-
man. Harry Beer. Alex Blechman,
Irving Kaplan and Joseph Miller
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lion's 1970 Combined Jewish Ap- j Dr. Isaac Fein, historian and ,
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campaign on Sunday. March 8. I Hebrew College, will address the '
Serving as cochairmen of the students of the Bureau of Jewish
affair are Emanuel Fass. David S. Education's College of Jewish ;
Ltvy and Samuel Redlich. The Studies on the subject "The Three
committee includes Leon Allen. Faces of Jewish History" Tuesday .
Max Berkoff. Samuel Al Bern-' at the University of Miami's Hillel |
stein. Isaac Bindeman. Charles Z. : House.
Bronk. Ben Essen. Joseph Levy. ; ,, !
Samuel A. Wax. Irving Weisman j Student on the College of Jewish
1 ard Myer Zucker. I Studies North Campus, at Beth
Torah Congregation. 1031 N. Mi-
ami Beach Blvd.. will be addressed
Rabbi Mayer Abramowitz spir- by Dr. Abraham Katsh. president
itual leader of Temple Menorah. cf Dropsie University. Dr. Katsh's
will be the guest speaker at the lecture on "The Jews of Russia"
Triton Tower residents' annual j will begin at 8 p.m. Thursday,
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This young girl had to get out of town in a hurry.
The town was Warsaw.
She. was just another nurse.
Another hwwhh nurse.
She was just one of more than 2.000
lews who fled amid a violent outburst
of anti-Semitism. Somehow they
managed to get to the Joint Distributioi
Committee refugee center in Vienna.
With little more than the clothing
on their backs.
The) weren't alone.
More than 4.000 have left Czechoslo
vakia since the Soviet takeover. I hey
headed for Vienna, too.
Thousands of Jews have been forced
to leave Morocco, Tunisia and Libya
since June. 1967.
Along with the Perish refugees, they
desperately need food, shelter, clothing
And resettlement aid.
This young lady, for instance. M .mis
to come to the United States. To make
a new life, in a new country. Where
she', not only wanted, but needed.
In Miami last year,a 51 year, old IV ih
widow, two Czech brothers, a family
from Morocco wrc among the 12
refugee families welcomed into the
Greater Miami Jewish community.
Mavbc this young lad) will he the 13th.
Maybe she'll make it.
With the help of the Greater Miami
Jewish Federation.
Withyoui help.
Greater Miami Jewish Federation's 4 >
1970 Combined Jewish Appeal >*
and Israel EmerqencyFund Campaign.
Robert Russell. Campaign Chaisraan
Milton Weiss, President. Greater Miami Jewish Federation
1317 Biscayne Blvd.. Miami. Florida Telephone 373-0411


F-ge 10-A
vJenisfi ftcrkliair
Friday,. February 20. 1970
THE RABBI SPEAKS FROM HIS PULPIT
Priestlv Dress Symbolic
B\ RABBI II. M. BAI'MGABD, the traditional Jew is asked to
i-mi>le Beth Am, South Miami wear symbols on his heart, on his
_ inrehead, and elsewhere.
.In' portion we read from the!
I Question
Box
By RABBI SAMUEL S. FOX
-iii uui nun n \ ii nil iioiii ii iv a
T rah tfcis week lareeh rttsciibos In a sins., \\< can say that the
tl priestly drfsl that is to be oKixsS1on in tfi? hftary of our Why ?ffl"0,w' '
worn by Aaron xopl, is away Horn the idea ot <:""l<- or light* >' the s.ui.i,oKii. .
in the "Ten! of >ne man (Aaron) serving as rep- Some trace this to passages In
Meeting." While rxsentative for an entire people ^ g-,,.,, Which read "Therefore
the priest l > before Go.1. and towards the idea ~}or|fy ye the Lord In the Regions
practices ot an- f oath man serving as the repre-
cient Israi I are, ""entative, for himself and his fam-
in their cere- ily before God. That is to say. In
monial aspects, time, each man became Ins own
borrowed from priest, capable of communion with
of Light (Iziah 24:15). Accord- k D g {jQ addressed the seminar of teachers of
^J^JS^STBSjSi Reio- Temples, co-sponsored by the Bureau of Jewish
honored and xvorshlpped. has lights Education and the South Florida Federation. Union of
which serve as a means of glorify- American Hebrew Congregations at Temple Beth bholom
jR Mm !'.. hi ii- -i i'il
the Canaanites fSod without need for a mediator.I in,. Hilll others trace it to th,- centlv He is shown with Dr. Louis Schwartzman. (left'
Biblical command to have "eternal *'
m burning in the sanctuary ol ^^^ Qnd Rabbi Robert p.Frazin. director ofjhe
South Florida Feden
giegations, at right.
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and others, we Surely, this is a democratic pro- Bll)li(.:il command to have 'eternal '^""''0'7:~.ar 0f the Bureau who acted as chairman cf
learn some gression. |lghr burning in the sanctuary ol executive auet Rr,hert P Frazin director of the
" "*>? toe*' I, is also Interesting to note that ; old to indicate the eternal ores- the afternoon, and R^bi Robert/\^ iKlw C
y studying (ht> ,, w.,s invoKvd wjth ,.,.,. the Almighty God. Some South Florida Federation, Union of American Hebrew Lou-
can learn some ; gression.
intt
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'"' I magical implication of "names"
We nail thai Aaron wore the iwhich were thought ti) represent
'r -mis" of the twelve tribes en- people), anil the like. The tefillin
a ived on two stones which he ar,, involved not with magic but
tx re on his shoulden (as part of w|th Torah. with God's ethical
ti Knhodi. He also wore the commands.
ram..." ol the tribes engraved on Th(. b(1X(S lls,.d wilh tefunn (|j,i
stones ins rted in the "Breastplate (.unIain me "names" of people
U Judgment." u1 a sm.(J1 pil.,.,. of parchment
These names" were worn "on representative of the "laws" of the
Ml heart On his forehead, Aaron ; I'orah, the ethical laws. These
wore a plate marked "Holy to the ixtxea served as reminders to fol-
L id." which symbolized the col- |0w the law. They were not pre-
lective guilt of the people as ac-|sumed to have magical properties.
Ci (ted by Aaron. Here we see the progress of our
]| is easy to see the similarity in people from an earlier to a higher
i- agery between the symbolic form of worship. In Israel, every
n- ms worn by the high priest and man is his own priest, and his task
t:- it. us worn by the traditional is not tiie magical seduction of the
.1 a as he wears the tefillin, or Gcd, but th.' performance of the
>la. iri.s. Like the high priest,' moral law.
associate this with the seven
blanched candelabrum which the
Bible commanded Moses to pro-
vide for the Tabernacle of old.
Generally spcuking, llttht wns
first thing which the BIbli
lllh Birthday For TYmplo Or Olom
,,!,. Or Olom will celebrate Rabbi Ralph Glixman is th.
the first thing which the Bible J^^X^^n^ ,,^^7piHtua. leader. Ja
S^VslSs^p^ K a Birthday Ball to be Held a, gj* ^tenjje present y. -
mc and His involvement in the f.o temple. ^ ^ its Sisterhood.
world of man. Worshio was al- LoU chait and his orchestra will
ways regarded as a direct con r.irnish the music for the dinner-
frontation between God and man dance, an annual event held by
Thus, the presence .if liuhts sk- ,,.,. temple.
nify the presence of the Almighty
whom man contacts during his
prayer especially in the House
of Prayer, the synagogue.
Mrs. Murray Rosenberg ai r|
Mrs. Arthur Pnmak are in ,
i ri servations.
I F^avDinical evision
T.
rooirams
Feb. fl C'h. 4. 8:30 a.m.The First Estate
Topic: Role of the Church in the Black Struggle
Moderator: Rev. Luther C". Pierce
Guest: Bernard Dyer
Participants: Rabbi Solomon Schiff.
Director of Community Chaplaincy Service.
Rev. Richard Bailar. pastor, ("oral Gables
Congregational Church; Fathei Da\id Punch,
St. Timothys Catholic Church.
l"eii. 83 i'li. 10, 9:30 a.m. The Jewish Worship Hour
11 -i: Rabbi Morton Malavsky,
TemplC Beth Shalom. Hollywood.
Feb. r Ch 7 1 00 a m. The- Still Small Voice
Host: I): II, ibelt B in gard,
Ti nple r.e'h Am
>Vh\ tin some people bake twelve
ehallot for the Sabbath."
Chassldim have been known t^
follow this p-actice to commemo-
rate the twelve loaves of bread'
which were put on a special table
in the Temple as prescribed by
the Bible (Lev. 25:5). Since fresh
loaves were put there before every
Sabbath (the loaves that had be
there previously were subsequently |
eaten by the priests) the house- i
v. fe prepared twelve loaves foi
h 'l- Sabbath table. This epi sent-
1 the noble ideal which c
"ed the Jewish home to be a
sanctuary; its caretaker, the wifi
a High Priest, anil its table a
Holy table of dedication and sane-
tit) l' also Impii the familj
that they were not eating |usl
ordinary morsels, but rather eat-
] ing from the Holy bread provided
by tlie Almighty for man's sus-
tenance.
CUBAN HEBREW CONGREGATION.
1242 Washington Ave. Orthodox
Rabbi Dow Rosencwaig. 23
EMANU-EL (TEMPLE). 1701 Wah. SKY LAKE SYNAGOGUE 18151 NE
SYNOPSIS OF THE WEEKLY TORAH PORTION
Tetzaveh
Aaron in the robes of the High Priest, bearing incense. A
menorah in the background.
"And thou shalt makeholj garments for Aaron thy brother, for
splendor and for beauty" (Exodus 28 -'.
TETZAVEH Moses was told: Thou -halt command the chil-
dren oi Israel, that they bring unto thee pure olive oil licaten i"i
the light, to cause r lamp to burn mtinually In the tent of meet-
ing, without ih" veil which i- before the testimony, Aaron and bi-
sons shall so* it in order, to burn irom evening to morning before
the Lord.' For Aaron and hi- -on- were to serve a- priests to
God.
The priestly garments an d< ncribed In great detail, a- well >-
the that the priests were to bring on the daj ;
their anointment Th ncludes with the law- relatii
ihe offei Ing "! .:. ense on the iltar.
\\ IVBI II
I .! SlllUI
F'ortlon
I :
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BETH SHALOM (TEMPLE). 17~
Monroe St. Conservative. RabDl
Morton Mlavsky. Cantor Irv.rj
Gold. **
A-AVAT SHALOM CONGREOA- VINYONAIRES SYNAGOGUE. S737
TION. 995 SW 67th Ave. Orthodox. Bird Rd. Modern Traditional 12
Cantor Morris Barr. 1 OR OLOM (TEMPLE). 8755 SW 16th
#- St. Conservative. Rabbi Ralph Glix-
ANSHE EMES 2533 SW 19th Ave man. Cantor Beniamin Ben Ari 13
Conservative. Cantor Sol Pakowitz. 2 i : ,!.,. s p.in Baturda) '" a m Bar
-------- Mllzvah Kenneth, Kon of Mr Mid
BETH am (Temple). 5950 N. Ken. .'i' Uvln Oreenbers:: mid David,
dall Dr. S. Miami. Reform. Rabbi "i Mr* Karen Kay*
Herbert Baomgard. Cantor Michael
Kyrr. S
-
BETH DAVID. 2626 SW 3ro Ave.
Conservative. Rabbi &o: Landau.
Cantor William W. Lipson. 4
----
BETH EL. fOO SW 17th Ave. Ortho-
dox. Rabbi Solomon Schiff.
1- .,!.i> :. :<> p m s.eiio.i* : '< w
----
BETH KODESH 1 "01 SW 12th Ave.
Modern Traditional. Rabbi Max
Shapiro. Cantor Ben Dickson.
| ri i. ii' I lui Bin ... pi Hoti
! iyor si, phen I' Dark Bubji i I
m... i Auai i FoIIom .! b> HieK
Bl .,i.i.a' Snturdnj 8:45 .. m s, r-
n .ii "I....V- are Neeeanar) pin
I Don ol I aw, '''" 'ii Sermon
Lord i'einmaiKl-
TIPERETH ISRAEL. 500 N. Miami
Ave. Conservative. Rabbi Ralph
Carml. 14
TIFERETH JACOB (TEMPLE). 951
E. 4th Ave.. Hialeah. Conservative.
Rabbi Maurice Klein. 15
I'na.iy -:\:. p m Followed by Ones
Shabbni Raturdaj 9 IS n m Bar
Mltzvah Bleven, Bon ot Mr and Mr-.
Hi ri urd I., \ ii ZION (TEMPLE). 8000 Miller Rd.
Conservative. Rabbi Alfred Wax-
man. 16
ngton Ave. Conservative. Rabbi
Irving Lehrman. Cantor Zvi Adler
I i :.|. \ e in rand in t in < :u-
Tl I: '.... |{
i :il,-,,!i S.itut',l:i> '.' .i t'l The
Portia i i i the Bible
----->-----
HEBREW ACADEMY. 2400 Pinetree
Dr. Orthodox. Rabbi Alexander S
Gross. 25
-----a-----
JACOB C. COHEN COMMUNITY
SYNAGOGUE. 1532 Washington Ave
Orthodox. Rabbi Tibor H. Stern
Cantor Meyer Engel. 26
----
KNESETH ISRAEL. 1415 Euclid Ave
Orthodox. Rabbi David Lehrfield.
Cintor Abraham Seif. 27
MENORAH (TEMPLE) 620 75th St
Conservative. Rabbi Mayer Abram-
owitz. Cantor Niro Feldman. 28
Friday R:15 p.m Baturdio '' a m
NORTH MIAMI
NfeR TAMID (TEMPLE). 80th St. and
Tatum Waterway. Conservative
Rabbi Eugene Labovitz. Cantor Ed-
ward Klein. 29
Frldny 8:15 p m Bermon "Tin- .Tew.
tan I'onei i>t ,,r True Brother!......I
OHEV SHALOM. 7055 Bonita Dr
Orthodox. Rabbi Phineas Weber
man. SO
19th Ave. Orthodox. Rabbi Jonah E
Caplan. SI
Fl lilliy i> m .- .
Fin I eu' fli-lll
I p in
YOUNG ISRAEL OP GREATER
MIAMI. 990 NE 171st St. Orthodox
Rabbi Naftali Porush.
Frldaj 4S : ni Salurda) n Sei
Clothlnii
CORAl GABLES
JUDEA (TEMPLE) SW Gr.--.d.
Blvd. Reform, Rahbi Morns Kip-
per. 4C
Frldnj B:1S p m
--------
ZAMORA (TEMPLE) 44 Zamora Avs
Conservative. Rabbi Maxwell Berger
Cantor Richard Browdy 41
Fi Ida) i' in S< rmon h,
ii.....i i r Bum Salurda i ; .. ni
s. i mon Mi a-, of tl Tin
i 'oniri, |tal i -, Sen '. 30 a in
SINAI (TEMPLEl 1201 Johnson St.
Conservative. Rabbi David Shapr .
Cantor Yehudah Heilbraun. 47
MIRAMAR
ISRAEL (TEMPLE) 69?0 S W. 35th
St Conservative. Rabbi Elliot J
W-nograd. Cantor Abraham Kwti-'
4J
P0MPAN0 BEACH
SHOLOM (TEMPLE) 13? SE 11th Ave
Conservative. Rabbi Morris A. Skoo.
Cantor Michael Frederick 441
SURFSIDI
MOGAN DAVID CONGRECATION
9?93 Harding Ave.. Surfside. To*i'
Hall Orthodox Rabbi Isaac D. V'ir
50
FT. lAUOERDAlE
BETH MOSHE CONGREGATION,
13600 W. Dixie Hwy. Conservative.
Rabbi Joseph A. Gorfinkel. Cantor
" "__ .... .... Ben Zion Kirschenbaum.
BETH TOV (TEMPLE). 6438 SW ____,____
8th St. Conservative. Rabbi Simon ,.,,. u
April. Caintor Seymour Hinkes 8 UnlAWII HtAtM
I-', da> vl'. |. m (fueal Speaker: At-, -------a-------
t..mi'j Hirii.i. Hofh. Topic: "Does AGUDATH ISRAEL. 7801 Carlyls Ave.
1 Ited Slat,.- Mldeal Policy En- Orthodox. Rabbi Isaac Ever.
onunujre .\nii-s-.rinti^'ii "" Followed-------a
I in. t Stiabhal Saiunl.'iy : am BETH ISRAEL. 770 40th St. Orthodox.
1 a mo/..,li Bernard, "on "f Mr : Rabbi Berel Wein. IB
a Mr) Herbert Wflhitraub Pol- ------- ------
I bj a Kiddu I, BETH JACOB. 301 Washington Ave. BETH TORAH. NE 1R4tn St. at 11th
-------a Orthodox. Rabbi Shmaryahu T. Swir- Ave. Conservative, Rabbi Max Lio
ISRAEL (TEMPLC) Oh GREATER <. Cantor Maurice Mamrhrs. 19 achitz. Cantor Jacob Renzer Si
SEPHARDIC JEWISH CENTER. 64!
Collins Ave. Rabbi Sadi Nahmias. 31
CONGREGATION ETZ CHAIM. 1542-
44 Washington Ave. Rabbi A. Ben-
Hillel S?
NORTH MIAMI BEACH
ADATH YESHURUN .TEMPLE). 102B
N.E. Miam Gardens Drive. Con-
servative Rabbi Milton Schlinsky
Cantor Tibor Mv.es 33
BETH ISRAEL .TEMPLE). 5t7
Oakland Park Blvd. Rabbi Sheldor
Edwards. Cantor Maurice Neu.
42
Friday 8:1.'. p m sermon: "Thi F I
"ode Satur la
mon: "Hoh Completi Can A ythins!
,!)
MIAMI.
kv. Cantor Mauriee Mamchea.
137 NE 19th St. Reform. BETH RAPHAEL (TEMPLE).
Rabbi Joseph R. Narot.
10
1545
. ~' "
Jefferson Ave. Conservative. Rabbi B'NAI RAPHAEL. 1401 NW 183rd 8t
David Raab. Cantor Saul Breeh. 20 Conservative. Rabbi Charles Rubrl
ISRAELITE CENTER. 3175 SW 25th' -------a------- Cantor Jack Lerner. a
St. Conservative. Rabbi Avrom L. BETH SHOLOM (TEMPLE). 4144 Frldn) 8:15 p.m i;.i,-i Speaker Re"
Drazm. Cantor Nathan Parnass. 11' Chase Ave. Liberal. Rabbi Leon Robert Summer Raturda) 9 nm
r idny B:4fi 11 in and 8:1B p.Bl Torah KronisH. Assistant Rabbi Jerrold -----a-----
- roll preRentallon by Mr and Mr*. Levy. Cantor David Conviser. 21 SINAI (TEMPLE) of NORTH DADE
i II Bchwarts Baturday 8:451 -------a------- 18801 N.E. 22nd Avenue. Reform
Sermoti: The Torah In The ilsl BETH TFILAH. 938 Euclid Ave. Ortho- Rabbi Ralph P. Kingsley. 37
i ulury. dox. Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovsky. 22 PridB) I 15 p.m Quest Speaker Dt
EMANU-EL. 3245 w. OakUind Park
Blvd Reform Ralio, R.ch.ird M
Leviton. Cantor Jerome Kiement
43
HALIANDAIE
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HOLLYWOOD
BRefHormVTfIV'LE, 8 Ml" A"
Reform. Rabbi Samuel Jaffa. 41
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14 IADAR 5:57
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coo/-rrdrion u'llh the Gretter
Munni RubhiiuCdl Association.
Coordmali.r of the ftaMCt
appealing hrrf ii
DR MAX LIPSCHITZ
SfiiiMi.il Leader oj
BPIH ^(>R^H COMOIIBCATIuH
op Norti. Miami Beach


rndcy. February 20. 1970
Bike! is shown with his baste, Mr. and M: |
Gordon who entertained ior him ut their home after h. i
.- ShoI_>n, Dr. Leon Kronish sp.ntual leader
Ij, g ana Mrs. David Drucker. chairman ot the
- s Culture and Fine Arts Series.
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PTA Sponsors Music Festival
--..fr1 tlfafa in It
tn- Hebrew Academy PTA 1
-; -> !< first Musk K.suv.ii in
lb BjaditorMto nl the school. lo-
iatal N00 Pine Tree Dr.. Miami
B< vi. Suadas < \<
Thi- worM-fn-ious Miami Vov.th
Sympbon) Orchestra, under th
direction ol Carmen Nappo, nrul
present program ol traditional
1 featuring The Barber of
Sevilk Oivitlurv." by Kossim:
Pa-u>s ;:a Gaym Ballet." hj
urban rian Kol Nktre." by
U Bruch, performed b) soloist
:. cellist; "Impree-
Overl > W A Motart
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( by 1 kairiat Maria
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Concerl C iducted bj Mto>
i.- Dunne! writ orchestration by
es i\.....I rne choir will
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very special people-
Bvary detail harui'.-.d
with expert ear*.
SaptrbeBisiiit^strviei
with a personal flair.
.V.:sn:v:cent facilities
fox parties from
15 to 1500.
Kpsher CllllSf A*-*-1**''
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354-2541
FERRY .-"ONE
\.ith Robin Berkowitt as soloist:.
SLmcha L'Artzenu." "AcW Met-
Aaa," ami an original cantata <:
titled "Ths -- Letters." with Ora
1 .< linvss s 1 \ inn as narrator.
Hm Ik area; Academy Con-
: Choir and the Miami Youth
Symphony Orchestra how been
featured in other musk festivals
r- th< community
Mrs. Leonard Adsw is president
: i'-< PTA. whK-h is sponsoring
,h- unique cultural event Tickets
arc tvaUabk through the Hebrew
Acadl > office, Mrs. Morris
Waktman ana Mrs Harold To-
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Illustrated Lecture
V York attorne) and
tra\-ekr Samuel Abrahams will
stral I lectun on Jews
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Sunday, ac-
cord njouncemeni 11
by the congregation's presidenl
Jacob I- Cnemofsky.
Abrahams, who ;s a tn -
j n : visitor to this an 1
re, Australia. N a -'
larni. South Africa and Israi Hi
.< Um authoi ol a bo k m thi
'.t.- I Ihi fan
ted 1 uyi ,: >
and popiiaar \Himals.
P.abtn Naita'.i Punish l- a]
leader al th orthodoa synagogue,
afcidi a affiliated srith thi Na-
,-:! of Young Israel, a
chain of T5 batasat o: waiah ;->at-
teraed or rrnxWm anu trav'.it.
Dssjetkes of J-jdaism.
i.,,v ,- 1; um" principal:
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February 23. 1970
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Reich Is Candidate For Council Seat
^e Farband L.Z.O. Chaim Weizman Branch.
u'ndei ... f chairmanship of Moe Levin, will
hold a March 1 luncheon at the Algiers Hotel
: of the 1970 Combined Jewish Ap-
[srasJ Emergency Fund campaign.
th/
.e Being set for the gala affair by
:tee pictured above which in
eludes, from leftt (seated) Sol CaLdir, Sandra
Callft, Aaron Kntz, Moe L vir. Zh- irman,
Manuei burstein. David Samet, Harry Chaet.
Jacob Fishman; (standing) Isad jre M :helov,
Sonn Katz. Max Astor. Dr. Rcbert t. Lew,
Lea Levin. Anna Stone. Joseph Stone. David
Freed and Ben Silver.
Max II Reich, who retired afti-r
10 yean of jovernmeni rvice,
has announced hit candidacy for
t or the Council <>f North Bay
Village, representing Treasure Is-
land District.
, Mr. Reich, who has been ri Flor-
kta resident for more than 10
years, is a past governor of the
' r.ova!- OrVfir'of Hfoo^ ;. (ri-tarv-
of the Civic League Miami
Beach and the Scholarship Foun-
dation.
Hollywood Temple Forum on Monday faeet Conductor F<
IMiilhurinonir (lour
Mr Reich is a lif"- member of
th.' Knights of Pythias, EUscaync
Democratic ciub. Surfside B'nai
B'rith, Miami Beach Elks Lodge,
"Uid is active in many other civic.
fraternal .mil charitable organiza-
tions,
m a \
lie

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i Sinai will
irth forum in it.s
ii d< the general
I .,-. ing ii ,1 relevant
. s' .n 9 p.m Mod-
Is Hall >'i th<
I u 1201 J thnaon St
D Max Arzt.
, ncellor ol the Jaw-
] .-. will dis-
Alsop
Continued from Pe 4-A
V.di f.jhting .ire
id i n parallel.
.:t. : defenses are in
,n... whelmed.
: ti. : :.-- ii ever over-
: :n .-. ite-inflamed Arabs
. ib |ust ibout every
Israeli me thinks t!ie op-
i is an ignorant fool.
As I th si cond reason the
Stati c innol permit this
internal-political.
Imagii Mould h.ipi>en in
this il the land the
lews w ith such shin-
ing cou s put to ffWj and
>l million
1 i ne fata .i^
h itred and
i minatiofi
ii loose in
thinking
til t>e
'' t for the reasons
given
it ng last, to
ins if
: it ma
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".-'!> U
has i
I Bui a '
to be said '
tellectu ils,
i major
I Sew Left
I
A these shockingly,
nade a con-
against Israel in
New York R< lew for in-
*, I F. Stone hurled the
' -' Isra '. from the
irtlcle on
War that was
his book
'he K roan u ir These eon-
: nred.
innot ire the in-
bei ho are
ming un-
osers rheae are
who
in the
N Left as-
' national
: man-
i-i they
i' i ass "ill
1 del "- ie ilnsl
lion on the
. i h 'ted, in
the hi [h-
lives which too of-
' flici with practical com-
in the grimy, danger-
' "f tins grimy, dan-
wrld. But -Sen. Jacob
'- to name a political speci-
cannot rationally go on
v>iarluni; away at our own na-
'onal defense, while urgently
aemandinR Israel1* defense. This
, ,ke takng an ax to the piano.
*<"le shouting for more music.
c ss the timely topic Who Is A
lew mi th- hcht of the new ls-
aell court KilingJ and Religiaq in
, irael."
The way m which this change
can .itt .'t the lives ol Jews in
America will al*> ho iliscusse.l
.)r. Arzt will answer questions
rum the floor during the discus-
lion period, which will followed
I by a social hour a: I refreshments
Cruise Planned As
Benefit For Cedars
Mrs Jo* Barchan, Mrs. Claire
Katz. Mis. Arthur Kaufman. Mrs.
Herman Pearl, Mrs. Sam Seitlin
aiwl Mrs Rotwrt Schweitzer, all of
whom have tea-faring experience,
have boon named to direct a bene-
fit cruise for Collars of I.ebanon
Hospital by Mrs. Dawl Hess, vice ,
president of the hospital's Auxil
lary.
The K.ti Carpet Cruise on the
M.v Freeport March fi-s is being
! s|K)nsonit by the Air.iliary as a
| means ol ratting furuts for their
; ledge oi S38Q.000 towards Cedars'
expansion program. Mrs Byron
Sparber, presMenl ol the Auxit-
' lary, and Mra Hess sue taking
l is. nations.
or
erts
Laszlo Somogyi, music director
and conductor of the Rochester I
Philharmonic Orchestra, will t*'
the guest conductor for the pair .
cf (heater Miami Philharmonic '
concerts scheduled Sunday eve-
ning at Dado County Auditorium
ind Monday evening in the Miami
Beach Auditorium.
A native of Hungary, whore he
rounded Budapest's Symphonia
Orchestra, Mr. Somogyi who has
an international reputation as a
Conductor, left his homeland in
1966
$20 Million Bill Passes
WASHINGTON iJTAi
President Nixon has signed a
foreign aid bill which includes
r. SIX) million grant to Israel f >r
i desalination program ;k well
is grants for other projects and
institutions in Israel.
ine grant was advocated in
the Senate by Wisconsin's Sen.
Gaylord Nelson. It was under
Joint Democratic Republican
sponsorship in the House. The
concept behind the desalination
grant is that Israeli expertise
will bo made available to other
nations with similar problems
1 involving water.
For Desalination Plant
T'ie grants were assail d it
the time they were propose I I y
s. n. J. W. Fulbright (D-Ark )
who s.ud they were pra< tically
dictated by special Interest
groups" and resulted from ma-
nipulation by lobbyists for spe-
cial int. r.sts ar.d foreign gov-
11 nments.
Israel institutions that will be
benefited by the grant include
Hadassah Hospital. Welzmann
Institute. Merkaz I'lpanat B. A.
Merkaz Lechinuch Ichud. Beth
Yaacov Aval Girls School. Ldu-
cational Center of Galilee ar I
Amana I'lpanat B.A.
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Israel Newsletter
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IN AND FOR OAOE COUNTY.
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 70-444
In RE Batata <
BDW AHD A. LASH IMS,
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NOTICE TO CREDITORS
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LEGAL NOTICt
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 20-382
FRANK 6 DOWLING
In Rl i:-i.ii. ..f
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NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditor* and All Peraona llav-
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lima < ii"
alendur nimitha from tin
(ir*t imi'iit iiiion hen "i.
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WAREHOUSEMAN'S SALE
N'oTH'E IS HIICKl'.l HIVBN that b)
vlrllM "f Chapter 171 "I Florida atat-
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lieu ha* in ii.- nuaaeaeloa ih. follow -
MiK r ...I H..U-. hold K'"''i- .i- '!* property
.( MILS KSTKI.I.K. WILSON whoa* j lug Clalma or Demand
la-i Known .ul.ii.-- waa i.v, \ K K-i.ili
SI Miami, Kin .""I thai on the
lib. daj ..( March, 1970. during ih<
legal houri of aale, mainly i" I
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offer for -nl- in Hi. IiikIi, htddi r
foi .imIi In hand I ha ..I -. \. il.-. ill.. ,1
property ol MI'.S KSTBLI H WII.SoN
Dated ..' Miami. Florida, Ih life
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K< KJKRH B8Q N \V Mth Sir-
.Miami. K1,.ipI.i J.:i -'l !|l
original Anawrr or PI-adl t
, rr,.. n| ihi ru n. ( ih- <"ir. un
, i for* il
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Ihi
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do ao. lu-lcmi m h\
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 70-319
JOHN R BLANTON
III l!K K..-'..i. ,f
II \K!:V II Si'K'lShV
l- ., ad
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
\'l ii..lii..r- .....1 All Pi i Ha -
I,*- I'lauu- ir l^manda Affarnai s.n.i
K-i.i-
Voi ,ir. hrrrh) i..i,iifl and requir-
.i.i .. in. -. -ii an) claim* ana d<
ii.uni whi- ii M'u ma) Ii.im .ik.iiii-i
h. aian ol HARRY II R' '*KY
. i. "! I i.i.i. i "ui. I FfcN Ida,
in ih, i ',.1111' > .iu i ami Ilia ih, name In duplk'aiv and an
[ |.i,.\,.i.,i iii Kw-tinn 738 is, Ptorlda
si.itii'.-. in Hi, ir offli a 1" 'h. I'.aimv
'..urthi-u-i in Dadi County, Klonda,
.,ili!" -,\ alindnr monthn from lha
i mi. ol Ihi Oral mjblli atlon hi i
Kami -.< :li !' bai n d
11 iti ,1 ,,i Ml urn Klorldu, Ih -'
1 day ol January, A l> 1970
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Mlam Florldii 331 12
A- KsH-utor
Klral puhlli .ii Ion ( Ihli" notli M
-.iii da) "i K. bruai 1970
M \KN M KABBR
ai i..i... > f..i k.\. umr
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f
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^ ..u are li-i, l,y u.-iiii.-il and n i-ii i.i pi, -. in an> lalma uml da ruandj
whicli ym m.> haw asalnaf 'li. --
late ..: ismhiii Kill l.iiKI! ,i k'a
[RVINC KKI'BCBB aauaanad lata f
linil. c'ounttY, Klon.la, la tk* I'ounty
.luiiui -I I.iiii CoMitiy, and til.- ih-
-iini- ni 'luiihi :it* anil a.- provided in
Si-.ii.ii TJ8 la, Plarlda Biatui.-*, In
ihalr -..- in ih.- County I'nurthauafi
in Ii.iiIi County, Kl.iri.lH. \. ill.in -:\
ai-piiir moniba ii"in ih.- lima of tha
firal I'llhll, al i.'ll U.-liiil. hi till -am,
Ii ill Ih l..,n,-.l
n.ii, ii .ii Miami, i-'"i da, Ihi* -'' da)
>l January, A l>. 1970
HARVBV M KRI'WIKR
BTI'ART I. KRCBOER
A- IN. i ill"- -
Klrat pub K Wlon i'l Ihla aol
I hi '-ih da) "i !' i" u." ">
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. 13-30-37
NOTICE LNDER FIC I ITIOUS
NAME LAW
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iu- -.i-- anili-i ihi a- n.iir-
Ml Mi'll'l" liKiil VXTANAMO EN
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aiih Ihi ol lln- "ir. uil
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d, f.nili w'll > 'akin ajrainal you
lh- n In I niainl.ll in ih. Hill "I < "''"
'' i... ni.ii.-.- hall > nihii-i" '< "'
ea.-h w-L for fi-u- ntlvi a-r-a
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|KiNK \Nl, ORDBRBP al M
.,., || ii th day "' -'"',l
V '' i- ii I.BAT1IBR.MAN. rtarb
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Miami K'i'ini.,
Attornv) (or riatniiii
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No 70 224 i BLANTON)
i:i: Katali
, ii till i:s -T \ni i:v
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NOTICE TO CREDITORS
I'ir.
To UI I'n
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NOTICE >'M)ER
FICTlTiOL S NAME LAW
XiiTKI V HIVBN lhal
.mi. rni Ii I- '' anitaa'
.ii> mnii
in.i'iiis -i. >. ; n k l-t i
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IS "HE ClRCl.IT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN ANL FOR
DADE COUNTY.
No 70.19M
MOTICF BY PUBLICATION
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iff,
Kl VKI liN'U'., I'lH'MO
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ISV '. ItONICA CIII'N'ii.
Vintr- I'ark
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Ih lha rl. rh .!
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Miami Florida on oi
Ol !-. ...in
I i- i..nf"a.-d.
mi, 1970
Uai in
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B
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I'ATKIi
NOTICE OF ACTION
IN THE CIRCUIT COUR1 OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT 0>
FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY.
CIVIL ACTION
No. 70-'*17
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
BAIIJat I. WHITE,
PlafcMlff.
- V
M MtY B WIIITK.
In I, nil., .1
T.i MAItY K WHfTK
Ki-aldrm-i fnk
You M MO K WIIITK. ra >"
.1 ..... MM '< <'..ni|.'ai'l f
i.iv.,.-. ha* '"-" flVad acalnat you
i ,"u arr r..,gir.-.l la arvi .. tp
i if ,'Hir An-w.r ..r Plrad'n '" lh< I
,.( iv.mi.lumi -ii Ih. I'l .......
, n.v. 11.1 I A"K I'lHliMt: '
N w Tih sir,,-i Miami, Florida
. I! .".: ar*l fill the orUtlnal Anawrr oi Pb-ad
ma m ih. offb "I lha > k !"
1'in uil "ourt '"I "i I" '" '',' "'
at Mar :'' ^"u '"' '" '""
JU'l.-BTiH hi il.-'aul' >'H -"
utaliiHl i"U i-r ih. n : I : |- d In
lln- Hill nf <" ni"-' Hi
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17 Miami Klnrlila
Mi.irii.Vh for I'lain'ilf
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ma) hi
aaalnat '.....' '" utl ,;s
STANtJSY 'I........I : "' ,'"1'
. -..u.-'-- ri"i Ida, i" Ihi fount) Jud*i -
,.f ii.i.i, I uni) ind fib Ihi
dunllrati and a* provldfd In -'
-.. pinrlda Ktatuti -. In Ihi ir ,.i-
rVra* in th. I'nunly fourthoua. n
1 tail. Counljr, Kloiid will
. .,1.-mlar nvinh- f'' Ih. lln* '
Hi. fir-l EWbllrallnn h.r..l or lln
aim w ill be barn 'i
n.,-..! al Miami, Horld.i, ihi* ..
,1., -( Januar) A l> 1I'70
la.ltis STANLEY
A- Km- mrl\
Kir-J pul.lna! n of tl ll.....I
' ih< 13 day "I February.
rIAKOIJI SIIAI'IK"
Utornai lor Bai ill harlea si.
7 Uni n|n Hi ad
., ii. ... h. Florida
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 70-280 (Blanton)
In UK l.-'at.'-i
\l RBRT M I.VNN.
a k a A I. I.VNN
In. .a ..I
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
Tn All i. an..i ..ml All I'll.-..!,- lla
Hill I'lalllln or L'i lilainl- Ai:.....-I Saul
I laU
You an berJ| aoUHod and r.-.|iiir-
. tl to praaenl any Uum- and il. ma id*
win. I, vim m.i> have anlnal th .-i-iati
.( AUJJBRT M I.VNN'. u k R Al.
I.VNN ii. .- a.-rd laU "' Ii '! I'liun'y.
Florida, i" lh inuniy Judsea ni Iiao-
fnunty, and fH* ih* mum In duplicate
and i.riiinii in s ..... ''* i*. Bto-
.!.. Statute*, 111 their offlre* In thi
ii.uiilv fourthouae hi Dad. fnunty,
Klgrlil.i within -i\ ralendnr month*
fr..m Ihi 'mi- "i Ihe firal publ '
. .. i ",],. ami III he on I
Il..... ,i Miami Florlila Ihn "'
dat .a Jauui ry. \ l' IW
IIAROl 11 l VNN
HARi 'i l' l f< KEN
A* K.v- utor*
Flrat pul .......
, -l .i ,- i r. i.' ii .
HMiiil.lU i iMIN
\i'. i or I
/-r t'oraJ W:i)
M anil. 1 I
T.I 4M-I7M
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No 85632-B
III KB IMat. (
.\ l. l> MYBR8,
1.....!- ll
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All CraaMtora and All rVramil Hi
ni: Claim ui l.iiinaiioV Ai:.uii>t s
l.-lali-:
v.,u ai. in !!> notified and raquiri
In prt-*, nl ally ilaiiil.- ami lMm
wlll.ll MiU Dia) liavi- anain-l Ihi I'l
tali "i Al. Ii. MYERS *> In
..i i. ..I. '..unii. Florida, i" ihe i 'oui
l) Ju aamr In duplk-ata and aa provided
s... ii'.n Tdl.lO. Florida Hlaluto*.
Hi, ii ..fin,-.- in the County fourlhou
hi liu.li Couniy, Florida, aithii
luli-mlai moulba from lha lime '< ll
Hi-I pill.ll.Kli.H. ll.l.'t ni Ihi -all
w ill ii. ban 'i
li.ii.il al Miami, Florlila, ihit it d,
I Januai 1. Ali 19*0
I AW KBNCB f l"0|{TKR
KSTKI.1I-: URIBETZ
A- K\-. ul"i -
MYERS, KAPLAN. PORTER
I.KVIN.si i.N'A- BENIN
Ailnrni > tin K\.' ui' i -
ll..nSW Firal Hlri'ot, Miami Fla
I :;> S-l
NOTICE OF ACTION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY
CIVIL ACTION
No. 70-1618
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
-I l.-SIK I" i\\ I.KS
Plaintiff,
DANIEL QCIOI BY TtiWI.ES,
I it-It ml.,ill.
TO DAN1KI. CJI nil KV Ti'UI.KS
llollyu.....I. Soutb Carolina
You, DANIEL ul'Uil.KY TOYVI.K
an- 1-1 r.i \ notified lhal Hill of fon
plalnl foi I iivnrce bai '" -
iqgainat )ou anil \"u ara re^uire.1 i,
-. rvi a "|i\ ol >"ur Anawrr "r Pb
ins in Ih. Bill "i 'iiinliii!-.! lai ll
I'lrtjinifr* at ton <. ri'l.l. M'R .
HAIt'NK. IT "i N \v Tih Street, Su
100, .Mi.uni. l-'li-rnla .ml ni. Ibi orii
nal Anav r or Pb adlna m Ihi offii
'.t ih* i'l. rl, ol ihe i inuit fourl on
In r..r,- the Blh '!.,% .,f Mai. h. I97
j. u i.ni in !" -". iinlani, nl b) di
id
II m iki '
m ndi i in

i. fi
\ "ii for ihe i-t-ii
ihi 11:11 "f Complmi i
. I., publiahed oi
- 'u -. u.i ttei
'
I3-JO-I7
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
Ni.rii -i: I.- IH'.HK.I'.V IJIVF.N
. unili
' r-L-
ll
,1 deatrlna I" eagaai
i.n-i..... umiei in. n. imiou* wr'^
IIIMMI-NII < I 'N l"ONSI I MM.-
4IM W'oodrHla. Ro f.....""' '"',"
i, ,..... reaieiei aald nam. with the
I'l. ik of IB. I" '""" "' ':'
HA\ \N1 IMJI
and
ll!\\ in KRCIER
I I
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IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN ANO FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No 70 515
In hi: I '
M ,\ PBI'PER
NOTICE TOCREOITORS
v;i I All Pi
HavinR I i m i l m ind v| ilnai
Said Balaf .
, ,. .,.. b) itlfh l l '
quir.tl lO pi .'..'. I ''I i d di
,,,,,!. -,(,, Ii -"ii may hiv.- ..it ilnal
MAX I'KI'I'I.K dfi'eu '
I ,,. i... '. I'ounly, Florida. '" lb.
i..i,:i .lutiat- <* !<' '.';". ",
Ida llir MMBa In dupln'iile aid .is pro-
,,d'd ii Sactton M U. Kl.ir'.la .-..'
.,,. ., in ihur ..lln-. in the Oaunt)
. ..uri'..ii-t i" Kada CotantyA ptoridi
Within al .ilt-inliir month* fmm
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
MiTH'i'. IS HEREBY HIVBN '
Ihe underalimed dealrlnn i-
,, idi ibi ii
I'AMIIKIDOB REAI
\>.nu. 'oral llulile'
and mil '"I- lo *!*
Hi.
,iiii"ii- iiiinn oi
V at I' Aim. In
da '
r -.nil n.illi' ii i'l'
"iirt "i I lade
I'oll
ik i.f tin fir
Florid i
M v IN I SIEOEL
I |0 ( IS SO
ih.
Mm
f ih.
peat nal'lhaU'n li'rt '
! or Ihe aama will be harr-d
liait-il u Miami. Flor >i I
,i u .., Fi hrunry, A I' ''' '
l,,-
9
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"""' n d. fouuty, piortda
d) i
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1.30 *-/,-IJ-;
FLftBrSR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
. -'.,N,,0-3'
| jjO, HH.TfHOTT
^ICETOCREDITORS
K ,.. """- Dvaaada A.....-
V
'".....
> ii'.iiind ami requlr-
) -l.unia and demand*
i'sti:'i ,\h,v" '""-' ih.
"I U. ,M, ''HT.'IIK-.T ,1..
I' ih-i i"'" '"""'> Florida,
IJ' .,m"" ".......lunli'i,,.. and a'*
l-v,,U', 733 l. Florida
''Hi',., 'fflee, ,,..,-un,v
l"hln .,, '** "Uiity, Florida
u- month* fmni th.
. X "'-' pui'i,....... hereof,
thli Nth I i
JI'AVip MERRILL
iftRfc. ""'<'''<<..............
I' ". MAY7j?s1,',,ry, 1.71
|*""rnn ,,
NOTICE OF ACTION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN ANO FOR
DADE COUNTY.
CIVIL ACTION
No. 70-2051
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
SAM iTI.MKIl.
I'lallltlll.
SYLVIA < IIMKII.
I i.i, inla,it
Tn SYLVIA if I.MK.Il
tion \\ >-.in.i
Brook I) n Mi w Yorh
Y'nu. SYLVIA fl'LMER, am horeb)
noiiAad that a inn ( fomplalnl f"r
Dlvoroa baa been filed airaJnat y<>-
anil y,u irr required rv. ., rp)
nl >iiur Anawer oi Plead!n to the inn
..* Complain I "ii the Plaintiff"* altfr-
s.,1.1 in, K.N'iJKI. A HALPBRN. !* N.W,
10th tvenue Suit. II '. Miami Klnn
d;i Tllaahnni JT1- Mil ana "It loa
"i,mii.il Ainwfi or Pleading In Ih'
nffl.-e of Ihe flerk nl Ih. fir.-ull < "urt
..n or be I. re Ih.- 11 da) "< March. 1970
If yoU fail I" *> ^'. JinU-m. nt I'l 'I'
fault will he ia>t-n UMlnal you f"r thi
relief demanded in DM Hi" 0 <"">
plalnl
T1il notice ahull he puhlihed once
each weak fur Inur nn imv weeki
In Till; JEWISH KI/iKII'IAN
nONl YNI ORDBRKIi l Miami.
Florida, Ihi* t ilu) "I K.l.ruar) Al
Fi brunn \ l> !'' '
SAHM-) PEPPER
SIDNEY PBPPEB
\ i .\. uton
mil.I,, niii ii f ihi- "i
ilu> of Februn
STA.N'I.KY ( MYERS
vttoeni i foi Beeutnr
1150 8 W Flrat Street
Flrat
Hi. 13
)li ,nn. It'irnla
n ;
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
OF DADE COUNTY.
STATE OF FLORIDA
No 78805 .BLANTON)
In KB lv.-i.ii- "'
MOKIUS IJ5VINH
"' NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All iT..liiir- and All IV i
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No 70-198
ll RK K lai, of
VI Is VNPUR ROTH8TBIN
1 .. ..,-'!
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
Tn All iT-edlton and All Peraoa* I'- -
inn i'lauu- ur Detnanda AcaJaal Bald
i:- tali
Vou in hereby notified ami reaiulred
.,, preaenl an) I.um- and demand
iilinli v,hi ni> ii.n't acalnat Ih.
luti "f ALEXANDER ROTH8TBIN
I-. .,-.! I.it- "I I'aih '"fllinv. l-'li.l-i la.
to the ftiimiy Juiiu- "i Da# Cottnty, ,J|.ltol
ami ,"iit the -.'in- in duplicate and m Attonie)
i.r... i.i.-.i in Bactlon 733 iii. Florida
Statutaa In th.ir offu-ea la th" f.un
ii fnurthouae in Dada Couniy, Florl
da. within -i\ ..I. n.i.ir montna from
I hi -niai'f it', flrat pMMIoatlou ban
nf. nr ih. lame u be barred
Dated ai Mi. nn. Florida, Ihla lb ill)
ol I.. luary, \ D 1970
HAROLD IIOTIISTI'IN
DAVID M IH-Tl I ST KIN
A* Bvecutor*
FROMBRRH FROMBRRti
A ROTH, f v
i' v \ N W FROMBRRl
I..... f'.r Baecutor*
U i'. In-' lyne iiuiidme. Miami,
t :in :'-i.l
in THE IEWISH KUlRTDl vv-
IN INK \ND ORDERED il n
da) "i la uar) A
:'
1' 11 I i: VTIIKRMAN '
fount). FI,
II) i ( i i >I'F.LA.NU
I l. pul '
I'. i| I \i K IBA III IN i:
-"at
M im
in i ni ,f

NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY
No 70-1150
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
DAVID PHILIPS
l..... ,
FI/JREM'K PHILIPS'
I,. .
Tn FI fiRENi K PHILIPS
:'. i:.i-i Sli"it I >in
[xias Beuch New York; ir.]
>..u FLORENI'B PHII.lPb
. i.i i.....1 "I lhal a Bill "I
,,, i .... |.....,, haa been fib t
. u. i ,, u. and you .ir.- required
...,N, p. ..! your Anawer or Fh
inR m ihi Bill "i Cimnb nt ''
i.iaiiiiii''- Mtorn. y, NK1.AN s\\ 1:1
I--;, i i. I Im obi Road. Miami Bea.
Florida m fill Ih. orlainal InM
, ,. th. office nf the
,,[ ,i I'iri'Uit i 'ourl "ii or i" for* n
H da) Man h. 1970 If you '
t,. ,!..... luilami b) di mull will I
......m n you nn ihi ri In I J
,h. iiiii oi ''" ,'"! ,
Tbl, ,.-.. .hall I'"'" ''
..,, I, foi foul ona. Mil i'i
, Till: JEW ISH I'l "Mll'l xn
la.Ni: \N|i IRDEBBD -'
Fiaridu, ihi* :i*i da) ol Januai
* '" R, it i F. vTHBRSd \N. >'l. rk
< -.r.uii I i," Dude fount) I
llj I SNBEDEN
11. put) Cb k
H 'in ui' mi I S. al i
v KI.W SV\ KET
||0 I. ni-"ln Rouil, Miami I HI h
for
IMaintill
1 W 1 '
BSQ >
Fla
M
llavma flanii-
Bald im .'
Viaji and i-a-h <
tiolifi.-il i"t ruiui'i
,-lnim or drniiml
.,,(,. r ,,f you. mi)
r Dana)niln Axatn I
late
film*
Judfl
1'i.urt
in -,\
f
" "" fiorid.
r>- U|ri,
"Uililina
: -i:i
B B l.KATIII-IIM \N. Clerk
Circuit f ourt, Dade f ounty. Ktorida
1!> C I'll'KI ANO
i ii-pui) Clerk
(iir.-ult fnurl Seal!
BNOBL & llAl.ll'.l'.N
| pi,, \ U/ 1 "th Am- IT <:
Miami Florida
Attorney! for plaintiff ...
vou, art In rt 1>
,\ to pr. -i ni any
which )"U. or
havi iKalnai ""
ealate of MORKIB I KVINK daaeaard,
f path County, Florida, witn
(,,. f |i .ui to the f.^niiy
. .vurt D idi "U:t> IB ih.-
II..II-. ai mi..mi. Florida, Mith-
. .lai month* ''..in ih. .1.....
ihr rind niii.ii'aiii'ii of Ihla notice.
SAID CLAIM OR DEMAND MUST
BE DULY SWORN TO AND FILED
IN DUPLICATE
Dated ..i Mi.."' I lortd i UtU ft
da) < Januai 1. 1*70
DAVID 41 VLNKT
x. i:\. utor
of thi Batat. of Morrl. I rim
I I.. a -. 'I
Addr. M 8675 .! i' "! \>
N, ,i Vork, New \ k I04M
l.iw *ffk e* '
ROBERT w \\ ll.Si'N
p II |1..\
flearwuler, Florida
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
No. 70-441
Iii HE Batate ,,f
M W FEINSTBIN
l'. a-.il
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
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r I Intensive Effort In
Jewish Flondian support of i ja-ief
kcmi. Rorido-rr^
Friday. February 20. 1970
Section fc
Dade County Jewry To Hold
Emergency Conference March 1
Dr. lefirmon
tVm. Rosenwald
Mrs. Sin's
'
Jewry will hold
, umi ;uii most compwhen-
J, mergenc> conference to
SfTWOUff 1/fBMAnt
dati Man i I mpU> Israel
(,r, hi effort tl>
nit) effort!
..: I ti i ins '''-
, rael.
The ui ' '' I,v''
., i i wish "i ganl
In ::, h i- b n ln-
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nnnounei d
111 sllelil of
in Ji wish t
on
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Relations lii-.ru nl d >'
moui B
the /.i-
nist i ii'ii Kloi kla,
man of the
:- | in al

Si past presi-
dun i,f il .. arh Jewish
Council of Organizations, the
county-wide assembly of Jewish
groups established by Israel
Bonds in 1951 to coordinate1 the
launching of the Israel Indepen-
dence issue in Greater Miami.
(tar a period of three yean
One of the major aims. Mr.
Weiss said, is to organize a per-
manent, community-wide com-
mittee on the Middle Kast to
cope with political, public illa-
tions and economic crises which
di m.in.I inttantaneoui action or
reaction by the organized J< with
community.
Kaih chapter, I.nine, branch,
tectton lor whatever the leaser
unit is calledl <>t iiich organiza-
tion! as Hadassah. B'nai B'rith,
Farband ami National Council
of Jewish Women will foe en-
titled to full representation, as
well as larger bodies, such as the
respective council! > i the na-
tional organizations. Mr. SiIImt-
nian neteil
Joseph H Kant, r Miami and
Cincinnati industrialist and phi-
JOSfPH KAMU
'"!' ration,
is one hi the most
Avh Univeraltj and past general
chairman of Cincinnati's Israel
Bonds t 'I _'.tiii/ation.
Both Zionist and non-Zionist
groups are joining for the mas-
sive conference, it was stressed.
Tganlzatlom whtab have not
yet received Invitations are ask-
ed to contact the Federation of-
fice tin an Official hid to the
conference, including authoriza-
tion forms for delegate! and al-
ternates.
Members of Florida's di I<
ticm tn the national emergency
conference on Peace in the Mid-
dle East, held recently in Wash-
ington, D.C., are working with
the Community Relations Com-
mittee in coordinating the
March 1 gathering.
This organizational effort, Mr.
\v. i-.v asserted, is expected to
surpass thai which took place
immediately preceding and dur-
ing Israel's wars of 194S. 1966
an.l 1967
William Rosenwald, N.-w York
philanthropist and financier, ar-
r'\eil in Miami this wwk to spear-
head an intensive campaign effort
in support of the 1970 United J> w -
ish Appeal-Israel Emergency Fund
1 drive.
Dr. Irvine Lehrman, spiritual
'.. ader of Temple Emanu-EI, is
: hosting the annual cocktail recep-
tion in the Fontalnebleau Hotel
I Tuesday culminating the concen-
trated campaign an event which
, l- is became significant in the na-
1 lionwide UJA drive.
A former national I'JA chair-
man, Mr. Rosenwald, who current-
ly serves as New 'i'iu k City's Is-
rael Emergency Fund chairman.
will join a committee of philan-
thropic leaders in the Dade Coun-
ty area in coordinating their ef-
forts.
Also participating in the confer-
, nee will be Mis. Burt J. Stris a
general chairman of Greater N m
York's UJA.
Among the I'JA leaders work
ing with Dr. I^'hrman and M
Rosenwald are Max Ahrams. H i
i> Pranks!. Sam Karsch. Mrs. N .t
Koeppel, Mrs. Benjamin Levin,
Louis Ludwig and Dr. Harold
Wehtberg.
Parkinson Foundation
To Hear Dr. Labovitz
A rev lew of the book "Joy! '
Yiddish.' by I.co Rosten. will r>*
given by Rabbi Eugene Labovitz,
spiritual leader of Temple n
Tamid. at the regular meeting of
the Florida Women's Division of
the National Parkinson Founda-
tion, which will be held at 1 p.m.
Thursday. Feb. 26, in the Seidma >
' Parkinson Tower of Hope Build-
ing, SSO NE '.9th St.
Members and guests are lnvit< I
to attend. Dessert and coffee
u- servi d
WA
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; Jewish Appeal Israel
> Kind campaign now
wing conducted by F. deration
Mr Lfcbman was head of the
motion IMMMUW
' inthropist, will report on the '
positiora taki n > national J- w-
tah organi stlon to dati A na-
tional chairman ol the United
.I, wish Appeal and al its Isrs
Education Fund, Mi Ksnti i is
a ii.imei nation il pn ikk nt ol
the Am. man Friends ol Tel
Dade Federal Sponsors
Dramatic's Book Review
T m rs \i pn grsm in Dade Fed-
.i.d's Community Room riei
will in held m the Edison Centi i
Community Room al l<> '' '
ru, Mlay, ait- i coffee is served al
10 00
Blanch) Brass, an English teach-
., with radio and acting back-
ground, and Helalne Liplnsky, who
teaches history snd is Involved In
, Little Theatre productions, will
give a dramatic review of lama
Z. Hobson'a book The White Pa-
his." The pair use dramatic dia-
l.:ue an I narrative to bring lif<'
to plots and characters of many
ot tcKiays novels.
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February 20. 1970
*Jeni*ti Fkridfiir
Page 3-B
Records Shattered At
flistadrut Conference
L id,' An*"'-"1
ed this
ring eommttmenti Miami
Histadrul IV- "wn of
MM an-
the <-loso of
tional Mkl-
^a^l International MH
Snmilnvnu ol n*
So.flOO.000 since the Histadn.t
STS9. inc'......' thecumu-
Strain.....I for.
!9Snf,r,n<-.il.aM,,,nI..uPoll-r
Jc4 .i ihc banquet whk*
KWU .,, K,..u.sh. spiritual
Tcmple Beth Sholom.
(liK-atioiiiil
welfare proj-
$17,250,000
Beach, litallfd aa rhair-
KouiHlation s national
board.
Pledget aecured sluring and in
pivpeirnflrm Ibc tho onf.'irni. .
-shich opened Monday at the Fon-
laui'i.ii an Hotel ith a meeting
,'t the national board, exceeded
.vin the record pace ol last year
For the 12 months ending last
Si i't ;<0. the Histadrut Founda-
tion ralaed 13,167.020, pushing the
cumulative total on that date to
SI 1..'47.1 ST.
A | a! ol Sn.00O.000 lor IsraH
Independence Day waj ael at the
VUd-Winter Conference held here
A Boy For H*rty. Family
Mi tnd Mis Ronald Hertz, 7981
SW t">itli St.. announee the birth
,,i a son, Jeffre) Alan, on F t>. 7.
He joina iteter "nnstv Lynn to
nd out the happy family Mr.
and Mis. Irving Herti and Mr
nnd Mrs. Alfred Waaaerman art
the proud gTandparenU.
a \ear ago; this y< ar's conclave
adoptatl a goal ol 118.000,000 for
[ndependeno Day ol 1970 By the
end ol the conference, however,
'in Kroniah indicated the target
i bi reviaed upwards.
[arm I'i Minister to the Uniti d
Nations. Jacob Barmore, was the
principal speaker at the conclud-
ing conference session, during
i'.huh awards wore presented to
local and national leaders ol His-
tadi ut by William II Sylk ol Phil-
a lelphia, national chairman <>i the
Foundation, and by Di Sol Stein
ol N> m Yoi k. exi cut ivc v i< < hair-
.i
Ambassador Moshi Leshem, a
member ol Israers permanent mis-
Ion to the United Nations, ipoki
tu a pre-conference luncheon ses-
ion at Temple Beth Sholom host-
ed by Dr. Kronish and headed b>
associate confewnee akatfrnan
miiman Kasser.
Consul (i' neral Moshe '" I
I ut In.nor I two confi -
.1 aessiona M mdaj All '
ol ihe -!" ikera itressi I Ii*
ill > n| | i; ii I :
Histadrut health and an Ifai in-
111 ii" v In the Face "i t'
i. ni ii isis in the Middle Kasl
i-n-li noted thai Isi ai I is co
.[ hi ability i meel militarj and
II leal |H cssures. bul is Ij ing
i i\ mi American Jevtrj for
,|ii.i i in the economic ai
New Clothing Auction
Temple >r oiom Sisterhood was
to hold its one.-a-year clothing
auction at B:1S i> m. Thursday In
the temple'a auditorium featuring
all-new name brand wearing ai>-
nml Mi- Sam Pfevel is chair-
Iman; Mrs, Max Forman coehalr-
man. Fund-ralaing vice president
Philip Tashman. president of Mrs Paul Borger
Precision Industries, a Miami
besed tirm specializing in the
manufacture of restaurant and
mobile food equipment and
compact refrigeration. was
elected to a two-year term as
president of Food Equipment
Manufacturers Association (F.- _N
I"..' al its recent meeting w\ \ n.
Nassau. ^
Going over details of the Mid-Winter on-
ference of the American Histadrut Develop-
ment Foundation, which closed out a three-
day conclave Wednesday night at the Fon-
tainebleau Hotel, are left to right. Norman
Kasser. associate conference chairman; \r\ il-
liam H. Sylk, national chairman of tie
Histadrut Foundation: Israel Consul Gener-
al Moshe Gilboa; and Dr. Leon Kronish.
new national chairman of the board.
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Friday.. February 2C. I97J
Rabbi Norman Shapiro
To Lead Temple Zion
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He mcsh li RafaM Alfred w\-
naa >. -.> n tiriag b mk of i'J ,
- >\*n as leader of
tJte Largest Conservative congre-
- .
pie Zor. s aea rabbi, a na-
-_ and an
honor graduate of the UMvcnity
Bcaoti CaBege of E
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Rabbt Stftaafti ,-aduate of
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Leaders o: tie Hebrew-Curort GiOBf :: *
:r." Coctbuted >w3a A??llfcn"l Bw*
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rrrcrW- :cr "la =.rt.-er^art:e :=
Mc-i 1 at he DwnrhUa BoteL left \e ri
are secreo" Samuel Sattond Sendes
= :r. Noon Rozencwaig. Dr. Gtccc.- Fe.;
enkreie, Herman Eeisler. Dr. Bernardo Beats;
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chiding Mrs Simon April. A viva:
Mrs. Max Kotru-nberi;. Ga'il; Mr-
Aaron Kai/. Oaula; Mrs. Herman
Shaw, n.i Hatikvah; Mia. Rose Shapiro, Km-
rvt: Mrs Rachel I.mif.r Katz.
Miami I'.i ad); Mrs. Isaac Berlin,
Ranaana; Mrs. Sol Trachtenberg
and Mis Roae Ehrenreich, Sha-
lom; Mrs Barel Wetn and Mrs
Jack Kottler, from Beth Israel
Congregation.
Plans are being set for the Gala Initial Gifts Celebrity Day
Luncheon of the Women's Division of the Greater Miami
Jewish Federation. The affair will be hold at the Doral Hotel
"on the Ocean.'' Wednesday on behalf of the 1970 Com-
bined Jewish Appeal and Israel Emergency Fund campaign.
About 450 women are expected to attend the function,
which wiil feature Jewish women communal leaders from
Atlanta. Ga., Norfolk, Va., and Chicago. 111., as well as a
special quest appearance by TV star Phyllis Kirk. Left to
right are Mis. Gerald Ross, Mrs. Kenneth Treister, Mrs. Jay
Siegel. Mrs. Noiman Lipofi, and Mrs. Myron J. Singer, Initial
Gifts workers.
Pollution Discussion For Freedom Lodge
The general question ol the i>i-
lution of iterways and rivers,
bays and oceans will !* discussed
l>\ Milton Ki-liHT at tin- meeting
pumping raw sewage into the At-
lantic off Surfside and Miami
Reach. A special assistant to State
Attorney Richard Gerstein, he has
of Freedom Lodge 2421, B'nai been given the task of prosecuting
I'.'nt i. at 8 p.m. Monday in the
Surfside Community Center.
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Torah Box Luncheon
The Women ol Mesivta High
School will hold their annual To-
i.di Box Luncheon al Waldman's
i lot. i Monday noon. Entertain-
aml Beach and Dade County to rnent will include accordion selec-
them to stop the practice of lions by Larry Blue.
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meet ing of the Lou;
Wise Chapter of American Jewish
Congress at 11:45 a.m. Thursdi
. b. 26, In the Algiers Hotel, 2
Collins Ave., Miami Beach.
Mi-s. William Langmeyer, Mrs,
, Alex Meyerson, Mrs. Jeanne Spec
1 tor and Mrs. Murray Tepper are
the members of the panel. A si
luncheon will tx' available.
Magicians Banquet, Show
Tlv Syd Brrgson Ring 45, In
ternatlonal Brotln rhood of Mag
clans, has scheduled its anni. il
banquet and show for 7 p.m. Sat
urday. Feb. 28 in the Everglades
Hotel. A spectacular scven-a-t
show featuring the best in magic
v-iii follow the dinner, whl
marks the 25th anniversary of the
local Magic Ring. Tickets wiil e
available at the door,
Mrs. Irving Cowan has been
named to the Boaid of Regents
of Hollywood College, board
chairman Harold C. Stachell
lias announced. She is the first
woman to have been named to
the Board of Regents of the
South Broward educational in-
stitution, which was established
in 1962 as a junior college and
rechartered in 1965 as a non-
profit, independent, nensec-
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Author S. Y. Agnon
Dies In Jerusalem
IERUSALEM
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s Y. Action, tostess Nelly Sachs, died Tundaj
the 1966 Nobal after a long UUmh
"5i nteture with GcrmMi r,rn S;.mu. I Parb-Haconen In
Galkcia, Poland, he adopted tht-
pen name Agnon after going to
Palestim i" 1907 He hail been th<-
recipient <>i two State <>( larael
Prizes, the Ussishkia Prize, Liter-
ary Prtee, Bird ih<' Mi'ilal of th-
City nf Ne York. He hail also re-
ceived i Itatlons i<>i nil works from
Yrshlvs Universlt) el Mew York,
Hebrew University, Columbia Unl-
trsity, and th. Jewish Thaologi-
! ai Si minary.
Amongi Ms beat-known works
are "Thi Bridal Canopy," "Both
"in sc ami the < Rher Things," "In
runes Past." "Upon the Handle of
the Lock," Pius Par," and "Nigh
. ,1 Visible." Much of his work,
written In s scrawl Ins wife says
only shi can ream, remains un-
published.
I [is m lf< i son and
i was con-
,i.|. red om '-i the woi Id's foi e-
ii hoi it i< on rr* dii \ al He-
$. y. agnon hei iture.
1.1 Kenen To Give
Greenfield Lecture
I. 1. Kenen. one of lh<- nation's
iposn knowledgeable men on the
subject of Israel and Its relations
with the United States, wll !* the
lecturer iit Sunday morning's
Greenfield Institute In Temple Is-
t'in I "1 (iri'iili i Miami.
Editor of the Near East Report,
a bi weekly ni wslettar on Aim rl
can policy in that eritieal an B,
Mr Kenan also serves as executive
director of thi- American Israel
Public Affairs Committee, which
works in Washington to stn ngth-
en l.S Israel friendship. He has
Mad a distinguished career as a
newspaperman, and was the win-
ner of thr American Newspaper
Guild's Heywood Broun Memorial
Aw .nil.
The Washington-based editor,
hii has h'id key posts in the
American Jewish community, In-
rludfng thai of secretary of the
.'.mine.m Jewish Conference, was
director of information for the
Jewish Agency's delegation when
the nlt< 'l Natii ns took up the
ni quest ion in 1947. He
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Menorah Chapter Activities
Menorah Chapter 1013, B'nai
B'l uli Women, "ill hold its regu-
l ir meeting in the Washington
Federal, VJM Washington Ave at
13:30 p.m Tuesday. The Chapter
has scheduled s card party for
12:30 p.m. Thursday. Feb. 36, in
the recreation center of Kneseth
Israel, 1435 Euclid Awe., Miami
Beach. Lillian Kevos is president
Beth Torah Dedicates
Ceremonial Objects
One of the most festive and
historic events in Beth Torah Con-
gregation's history will take place
Sunday al the synagogue.
Two Torah Scrolls oneendowed
by Mr. and Mrs William Dickman
in honor of their 54th wedding an-
niversary, the other endowed by
Mr. and Mrs. Solomon Sandier
and their children, Cathy, Richard
and Andy in honor of Mis. Sand-
lii's mother, Dora Zulver will In'
rii dicated.
A Torah Crown endowed bj Mr.
and Mrs. Harold Soligman, four
breastplates which were endowed
by Mrs. Gladys Abbott, Mrs. Dor-
othy Burg, Dr. and Mrs. Samuel
l.ih and Dr. and Mis C. Leon
Shalloway and six Torah Pointers
'.-.. n by Mr. and Mrs. Raymond
i'.ookman. Dr. Leonard Cantorand
family. Dr. Ronald Cantor and
family. Dr. and Mrs. Morton Mai-
sel, Dr. and Mrs. Malcolm Melster,
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Sehmiei and
Mrs Ida Tell will also !> dedi-
cated.
The Medication BSrvleBS Will h*>
held in the main sanetuary begin-
ning at 2:30 p.m.. and will b. tol-
lowed by the Procession of tin
Scrolls and all the (Vri-moniiil Ob-
|i its around both the SJISSgQglS
..ml the schooL Dancing and sinu-
ing in front of the building, at
1061 N. Miami Beach Blvd., will
he followed by a reception hoateil
by the donors.
0RT Hears Kerness
Elton Kerness will speak and
show the film "Never To B. Di
nieii" at th' regular meeting of
the Miami Business anil Profes-
s< nal Chapter of Women's Amer*
icon OUT Thursday. Peb
* p.m. The meeting w ill l> Id in
I if Hospitality Room of the Chas
'. deral, 125 At thur Godfn >
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Te~hn:on. >.s shown with Mrs.
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Director Women's Division cf
Technion. who was the quest
speaker at the recent Luncheon
-noeting at the Eden Rcc Hotel.
Arthur A. Selevan
To Chair Conference
Arthur A. Selevan, Department
Commander of the State of
Florida Jewish War Veterans
of the U.S.A. has been selected
Chairman cf the Florida Depart-
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which encompasses all Veteran
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Everyone is complaining: about the rising cost of living,
but nobody does anything about it. Well, you can do some-
thing! you can bnsnnm your food budget by relying on old-time
Jewish recipes. As you probably know, we Jews were never big
"gevirim" (rich men', and yet there were big families to feed.
A Jewish mother would cook up a dish made of the lowest-priced
cuts of meat. Nevertheless, the result was always a delicacy
which lingered forever in the memories of her children.
Here we offer a recipe for chicken gizzard goulash. At
43 cents a pound, you could feed four persons for SI.50. And
BOW about tl-o taste? Let DM tell you this: when I prepared this
goulash my young children, who have been spoiled with roasts
and steaks, came home from school and ran into the kitchen
to see where the good smell was coming from. Dinner that
evening "is relished a* never before!
(IZ/.VKI) GOULASH
3 p is ucken gu......b cut up and cl< nsidei
': pper
1 tsp : ka
2 !.. 1 cup water
Cli well in
ions In) Heal s quart >f oil in
rown onions In hot 41 until just lightly brown \.:
:ds to the onion and br ml
salt, 1 \ ind cover Cook 1
t 1 watehii thai the onions or
rn Add water, lower the heat, covei and cook
nother two noun iter if ne S rve hot
with rice or potal Makes four portions.
There are times when you feel like making B whole prodUC-
OUt of a cake, with frosting, decorating and the works.
Other times, you are in the mood for a good, simple ) Hit
cake cake that you can enjoy at breakfast instead of bread.
or serve with coffee without much formality.
If you arc in the -yeast cake mood," here is a recipe for
one which is light and has a nice, even texture. It was a rich
golden color inside, and a beautiful brown "tan" outside. L<
pleasingfe sweet, and yet will agree with icing or jam spread
on it.
YEAST CAKE
4 cup warm water
' asp soft butter
4"-: to 5 cups regular Hour
1 tea 1 teaspoon fresh grated lemon rind
2 drops yellow food coloring
Vi cup warm milk
2 package* ''>' yeast
'i cup sugar
' teaspoon salt
Optional for ieiiut anil eirnwhinj;:
1 cup confectioners' sugar
1 egg white
' cup chopped blanched almonds
In a large mixing bowl dis>ol\e yaaal in water and add
milk, sugar, salt, egs. soft butter, food coloring and about
:' the flour M.\ until smooth and add vanilla and grated
lemon rtnd Add more of the remaining Bear and knead till
you c !. handle the dough easily. Knead about eight minutes
until the dough smooth and elastic.
Put few drops of oil in a clean bowl and grease the whole
bow ..-!' Pleee the dough in the grossed bowl, turning it
once top I tar,d in a warm place about 1H
1 ate. Pu"Ch down, knead lightly and
divide m hall I 1 mak< two small balls. Roll between your palms
two ropes, twist them around each other and form
into a uwd cookie sheet to give the cake a round
shape lor gtw my shape you like.) Allow to rise again,
for about 50 minutes. Rru-h the top with milk before placing
in pre-heated 1 n Bake at 375 degrees 25-30 minutes. When
too] DJah with chopped almonds, if dee
For quick icing, beat eg; white with confectioners' sugar
If too si few drops of water.
Bank Adds Art To
Amuse Customers
Customers at Mercantile Na-
tional Bank of Miami Beach are
strins more than just a financialI
service these days.
On band this week in the maiiv
*m* <> the Bank on I.hwoln Mnl!
is an artist with an unusual skill.
He is Fred A. Mayer and. as a
courtesy to those doing business
at Mercantile Bank, he makes
portraits of any customers who
will sit for him.
'Parental Conflicts'
Men's Club Topic
Louis Bernstein, district super-
visor of the Jewish Family and
Children's Service of Miami will
Bpeek on the topic "Parental Con-
tacts with Teen Agers" at the
monthly meeting of the Mens
Club of Temple Beth Moshe. which
will be held at the temple. 13630
W Pixie Hwy.. at 8:30 p.m. Mon-
dav. according to an announce-
ment made by Rabbi Joseph A.
Gorfinkel. spiritual leader of the
congregation.
The Club's president. Philip
Green, will preside at the meeting,
which will be followed by a ques-
tion and answer period and a so-
cial hour hosted by the Club.
Hen nething good and satis ring far a chilly winter
da) a "hick green split-pea soup Tis soup will be welcomed
at lunch tune acCBBBpeaied by a hearty sandwich, or at dinner
as a first course.
You can ->k it together with the meat that you are plan-
ning to serve If you use chicken, cook it with the gjblets and
w ir, *e the bigfle* parts for broikag or baking.
Serai Bi soup with small etfbes A fried bread icroal
and !>e prepared to be asked for seconds.
A MOT SOI P FOR A COW. I>AY
stags >f 1 chicken or 1 peand meat for cooki
1 lit peas 1 medium onl
cups V. 1 P
l bouillon cube '-' teaspoon '
irrot teaspoon pop:>-r
1 a I.> -' 'lk slicx-s Of r>
Cook the meat, eater sod peas in a big pot for about 45
minutes using medium he..t. Add the v. g ind seasoning;
cook another 43 minutes. Add water if neceas > keep the
e amount of liquids.
When pe.-.s and meat are and
vegetables Mash the soup and peas through a sieve, or
then- in an e'ectric bier. : You could also bier re the
vegetables, to make the soup extra Bdefl add seasoning
IO t..ste.
Cut 2 slices of rye bread into small cubev Fry them on all
sides in a skillet with hot oil. Serve the soup hot with hot fri.-d
bread cubes sprinkled on sap, hfaki I s lervtngs
The North Shore Ladies Auxil-
iary 677, Jewish War Veti ram of
ih,' United States, will hold its
meeting in the Washington Feder-
al Bank at 1133 Normandy Dr..
Miami Beach. Wednesday evening.
The program will include a show-
ing of the Daisy B. Haberman
Film Library ana the acceptanci
1 the Friendship Gavel.
DQGRRCIHG
POST TIME 8:00 PM
Instead of brush or pencil, May-
er uses a small scissors and sheets
of paper to produce silhouettes of
the customers. After each sitting. ^^ c^g Ladies Meet
a broad smile on the face of the
customer attests to his satisfaction
in seeing his features accurately
reflected in the paper shapes.
Malcolm WoMenberg, Chairman
Of the board of Mercantile, said
that the artist was hired by the
bank to provide a break for cus-
tomers from the usual routine of
- ... -The response
ie part of the c istomcrs is
.; ; ire d ight b >th ii
the artist >r 11 w ti hing his I -
cinal miqui Mr V\ l<
I that the irl
t'sp
tivities pr >-
y >le at-
mosphere in which to transact
banking business
Mayer works at his art In the
bank lobby every '. i> except Wed-
nesday. On thit da> he contributes
his profession skill to enter! lining
patients at Veteran- Hospital.
Now semi-retired. Mayer has had
an extensive career at art illustra-
tor of book*, posters, theatrical
playbills and aewspapexs with
caricatures, sketches and silhouet-
tes of famous personalities.
Dr. and Mrs. Max Ede
Mark 50th Anniversa
1 Dr. and Mrs.^Stanley h H
2022 SW 82nd Ct., were to
buffet dinner in honor of his n
I rnts. Dr. and Mrs. Max D
. 1809 Brickell Ave., on the oeeagt
I of their Golden Wedding annivs
sary Thursday.
( Their grandchildren. Robin*
ilrew and Steven, Mr. and
Harry Michaels and Mr. and
Max Fichtelberg were expected"
he among the guests.
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P,oceeds of the second annual JNF Temple
Mb Raphael Banquet, held recently at the
Fcntainebleau Hotel, will be used to estab-
lish the Harry and Dorcthy Rosenthal Wood-
land in Israels Temple Beth Raphael For-
Ht Some 300 parsons attended the gala
event in tribute to Mi. Rosenthal. who has
endeared himself to all by his dedication to
Temple Beth Raphael. Participating in the
program were from left Rabbi David Raab.
who extended greetings in behalf of the con
cregation; Abram Salomon of New York.
veteran Zionist leader who was the guest
spealcei; Mrs. Rosenthal; Mr. Rosenthal;
Judge Zev W. Kogan. president cf JNF's
Southern Region, who was chairman of the
evening, and Canter Saul H. Breeh. who
was largely responsible for the evening's
success. Greetings were also extended by
Dr. Adolph Finkler. the temple's president;
Tova Tcnni was the guest artist, with Israeli
composer Shmuel Fershko at the piano.
The committee for the event included Sam
Cohen. Bernard Fox. Sam Herman. Jack Ku-
bel, Mac Nutkowitz, David Schwanenleld,
Sam Segal and A. Schneider.
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Buffet Dinner, Games
The Massachusetts Club ot
Greater Miami will sponsor a buf-
fet dinner, followed b> games at
p m. Saturday In the Bel Aire
Hotel, 6515 Collins Ave. All via
tors and former residents oi Mas-
laeaMaetta are Invited. William A
i hiten is the club's president.
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OF THE
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Mourn the Passing of
Our Revered and Beloved President
RABBI SIMON G. KRAMER
and Regretfully announce the postponement
of the 5th Annual Loyalty Dinner which had
been scheduled for March 1st, 1970
at the Plaza Hotel.
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Friday,, February 20
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Andrew Zuckerman
Jill Schacter
David Kayt
ANDREW ZK HERMAN
Andrew, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Melvin Zuckerman of North Mi-
ami Beach, will observe his Bar
Mitzvah Saturday, Feb. 21, at Both
Torah Congregation.
A student at John F. Kennedy
Junior Hich School Andrew has
attended the Harold Wolk ReHg-
I..ms School at Bth Torah tor the
past seven years.
A dinner and reception in honor
ot the celebrant will be held Sat-
urday owning at the Eden Roc
Hotel.

BERNARD WE1NTRAI B
Bernard, the son of Mr. and
Mrs. Herbert Weintraub. will ob-
s, rve his Bar Mitzvah at Temple
Beth Tov Saturday. Feb. 21. He
ill also conduct the 8:15 p.m. Fri-
day services.
Bernard is a student at Kinkjch
Park Junior High School, where
.. is in the seventh gr
The eel. brant s : u ants n ill host
fne Oneg Shabbat Fridaj v-
as w U as the Kiddusli Satur-
> in his honor, and a luncheon
v ill be held Saturday afternoon
at the Sweden 1! -
Two of the guests helping Ber-
lebral
. : ..ting their >wn 251
ig anniven
and Mrs. Seymour F
I i: I n City, N .'. Also pres i I
. festh > will he Mr
Mrs. Jerry Levinc. Bernard's
parents, and th Ir da ighl -.. Bar-
bara, from Flushing. L.I.. N.Y..
and Edwin Weintraub, twin broth-
i if the celebrant's father.

SHERRIE COHEN
Sherrie. daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. Merrill Cohen of North Mi-
ami Beach, will observe her Bat
Mitzvah Friday evening. Feb. 20.
at Beth Torah Congregation.
Sherrie attends John F. Kenne-
dy Junior High School and the
Harold Wolk Religious School,
where she plans to continue her
education.

DF.BRA IANOV
Pebra. daughter of Mrs. Helene
Janov of North Miami Beach, will
become Bat Mitzvah at Beth To-
rah Congregation Friday evert:.-:
Feh 20.
Dtbra attends John F. K. I
Junior High School and is a stu-
nt at IV til Torah'S Harold Wolk
School.
r
PAIX IDEM.
Paul, tne son of Mr. and Mrs.
Jack Udell of North Miami I
will observe his Bar Mitz.
Beth Torah C '
Fi b. 21.
. H
W k Reli iS pasl
<. \ei i ns to con-
KENN -Til GH
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St.. will
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*. seven!
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;:
lion I stches-
I ' r.
Oneg Shabbat following the Fri-
day night rvic s as wel
Kiddush an I nor
a the t- mple following the w rv-
. s.
Am ing rts will be the
celebrant's pat n Imother,
Mrs Charlotte Bernstein, and his
maternal grandparents, Mr. and
Mis. M n Is !'.
*
STEVEN I.KVITtll
On Saturday, Feb. 21. Stevei
the son oi Mr. and Mrs. Bernard
Levitch. 3411 W. 9th Lane. Hia-
Uah. will become Bar Mitzvah at
Temple Tifereth Jacob.
Steven is an eighth grade Stu-
dent at Palm Springs Junior High
School and is president of the In-
termediate group of Young Ju-
daea at Temple Tifereth Jacob.
Mr. and Mrs. Levitch will host
the Kiddush in the Social Hall fol-
lowing the ceremony and a lunch-
eon at Old Scandia in Opa-locka.
Attending will be the celebrants
grandparents, Mr. ami Mrs. Albert
E. Brandenburg and Mr. and Mrs.
Sim Levitch and relatives from
New York.

JIIX BHA< TER
Jill Ell- n. daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. Ronald Shacter, 1235 NE
176th St North Miami Eh .
sen I her Bat Mil ih Sal
morning. Fel 11 al Temple Sinai
. North Dad
brant is a nth
John F. K J m-
i. r Hi w "':" :
\ '.'. HA Ulti

Davis ol N X k
I Mrs. Sai l: i
Ben Essen. Chairman of the Residence and High-Rid
Division ci the 1970 Combined Jewish Appeal-Isra?l Ems:
gency Fund campaign, was quest speaker at the A
Breckfast cf residents ci The Corinthian, which pre
a 50 percent increase over last year's pledges by the
persons en behalf cl the CJA-IEF drive. From left are Harry
Harrison, co-chairman; Ben Essen; I. Eli Goldstein, c>
cheirmen; and Albert J. Kirsch. co-chairman.
,f Melrose Park, Pa,, and Mrs.
Jules Fien, Mrs. Hairy Levy, ai I
Dr. and Mrs Many Rosenberg ol
Rochester, NY.

DAVID HAVE
David, the son of Mrs Karen
Kay.. 9540 S'.V ..4th St.. and Sid-
ney Kaye, will becom Bar MiU-
vah at Temple Or 01 m Saturday
morning Feb. 21.
David attends Rockway Junior
High School, when hi
.Ighth grade.
The Onef Shabhat fol
Frida) night services i I a Kbs]
lush and luncheon in t
following the ceremom. 1
.lay will be hosted bj j
in David's honor.
Among the hono:-! g ests
be Da> Id's maternal gi ]
Mr and Mrs. Joseph !> tsch
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kmple Israel Of Miramar Dedicalion
r m8 the rapwl growth '
"I,,-, handful -I ,on,:;v.
1 'r ;a..v ago to a member-
rfjdicstk>n "I its actions
Uaiio.*^''^ Place a
Khv, bi I .liBnitariei of
Knt ftekte have been in-
C!Liheil. !"'",,",
. ,1 ,ioors
- which
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Hall
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J Rabbi Bli it -' W
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JWV PROTESTING
POMPIDOU'S VISIT
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Council of Bn vaiil C I
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an Orthodox rabbi. Kalibi Wlno-
id, a nativi' of Israel whoa
family of rabbis )." lack Ighl
{ generations. cam t" Florida with
his wile, Ali/ah. and three il
ii is from a cuugiegsttofi in Brook-
| lyn. NY. The raj U a .mil;.
mm in a borne built rec ntty on
the temple grounds.
Cantor Abraham Koster
the rabbi al Bsrvkes; Torah I
i r is Ral bl Joseph H Manv \l. Rosen is presMenl of
n gation. i arl Carhe is tti
v c itive \ Ice president, and Mira-
mar Councilmen Alvin Portner
and Frank Firpo also u rw on the
tempi) '- i oard.
A Mlnyan tervio is hold daily
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Mi. and Mrs. Joseph Denmark present a check for SI00
on behalf of the 1970 Combined Jewish Appeal-Israel
Emergency Fund campaign to building chairman Jack
Zeigelheim of the Moorings. The check is the largest single
contribution from this building on behalf of the 1970 CJA-
IEF drive. Left to right are Joe Golden, North Dade area
chairman for the JA IEF campaign. Jack Zeigelheim. Mis.
Joseph Denmark and Mr. Joseph Denmark.
S*gJt NO MORE, MY lTd^HJO^
TASTY G?0?I!f^lLl^^^
MEATS
POULTRY
DELICATESSEN
FINEST KOSHER
EMPIRE POULTRY
CAPONS CORNISH MENS
PRIME RIB BOASTS DELMONICO STEAKS
FINEST CHOPPED LIVER IN TOWN
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MENDELSONS
SOUTH
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ASHING TO* AVENUE
PHONE
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&tortrn Donse ftmorgartort
STEAK? STEAK? STEAK?
WE'RE CRAZY!
Ever since we opened for busmen in March of 1967. we've
been featuring steak on our Smorgasbord tables on Satur-
day nights, and many of our guests ha.e said occasionally,
"All the steak you care to eat for only $2.45? You folks
must be crazy!" We're crazy, all right, especially with the
way meat prices have gone up, climbing out of sight! But.
still we go on tradition, and all that! That's right Choice
sirloin steak all you care to eat plus the huge roast of
beef that's alwavs on our dinner menu only $2.45 every
Saturday night. Try it you'll find you can't afford to eat
at home!
$2.75
Sf-tCIAL PRICES fOK CHUDRfrT
14175 SOUTH IIXIE HWY
238-8852

The Studio Restaurant
LUXURIOUS DINING
ELEGANT FRENCH CUISINE
For SoTieth/ng New ani Dtferent \r Our Miami Ares
2340 S.W. 32nd Ave. 443-2536
Call For I ifernufloil Before Goi^g To The Theatre
Continental TOT Kosher Caterers
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WEODINSS BAR MITZVAHS BANQUETS UNIIMITO
At Your Home, Hall or Synunogu* 4
COMPLETE TAKE-OUT FOODS NOME DELIVERY 2
Call for Free Toke-Out Brochure <
393 BIRD ROAB, MIAMI Phone* 226-1744, 221 9096, 226-4031 \
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KATZ's PARADISE Restaurant
1451 Collins Avenue Phone 5321671
KREPLACH KISHKE MATZO BALLS KNISHES
MEAT if FISH ic STEAKS CHOPS CHICKEN
WITH DINNER ON OPENING NIGHT
CATERING FOR ALL OCCASIONS
HAROLD PONT and IRVIN OOROON
<.OI4LrO\ and VUST
KOSHER CATERERS
from non H'o'i:vi to a eomplet* Buf*e
170 N.W. 5th ST., MIAMI
PHONE FR 4-2653
Under thattricl icn'vinon uf tha Unlteo Kaahrua Aaacclatlon f
G. eater f.'iami^tioervwing Rabbi: Rabbi Abraham J Safra.
OPEN MOUSE WEDDINGS BA* MITZVAHS MCEPT/OM
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JIMMY DE NICOLA'S
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841 W.ihinoton Avenue, Mi.mi Be.ch 538-0595, 531-9182
Featoring the Finest Jewish Dairy Specialties and a
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Serving Lunchon and Dinner Closed Friday Eve Open Sat Eve
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State of Israel Bonds Inaugural Conference
n ir*ni 11 Rep. Ogden R. Reid to
JgWlgn FlOyiLdlliain Speak at Bond Meeti
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February 20. 1970
Section C
Inaugural Conference For
[Israel Bonds Feb. 26 March
-,.,,;. Jcwrj Ill
Israel's -onomlc
rtllght-
aM the Intci lugurel
nee for I *" which
fliOtohfUfi Febru-
igh S;m.l.i) March 1
it the Fontaii
lewish lea lees
fro.ii community- hout he
.<. ill par-
ticipate in the which
nfll launch i di i ell .1 record
total of Bra.'! Bo I luring 19T0,
ti meet at least 1 the coat of
Israel's Devel ipn Budget of
J500.000.00O for the yi 1
Mayor John V 1 Isay of New
York will be a ;> pal -; aker
t the Inaugural Conference. He
il! share th. plat ith Yigal
Alton. Deputy 1' Mil ister and
Minister of Educati ind Culture
of the State of I- lei
Deputy Pretr.!--!- A on 1- making
a special three-da) turn-around
the U5 lite of the, .
,,,:. ,..M ,nMv rwi.lt of spirahng defense COO.
to bring the leri ess of toe ,n,! a 1*dj ">">"< W be-
. twvn import! and exporti
economic situati >i e leaden
of American ind lion Jewry. Mayor Lindaay and Mr Allon
He is expects! to sti the fin- will both speak at an Inaugural
incial problemt iel as aJ Dinner on Saturday evening, Feb-
MAYOR JOHN V. LINDSAY
ruary 28 which will climax th.
1 11 ference
The first session of the Con-I
ference will be < luncheon. Includ-I
Ing the world premie > of the All-
Israel Fashion Show for 1970, oni
Thursday, February 26, to launch |
this year's campaign of th.' Na-
tional Women's Division of the Is-
rael Bond Organization Mrs.
Itzhak Rat>in. wife of Israel's Am-
bassador to the United States, will
t' the major speaker at this ses-
sion, at which Mrs. Jan Peerce, |
Chairman of the Women's Divi-
sion, will preside.
The urgent need ,- .r development
capital through Israel Bonds was
stressed by Samuel Rothberg, Na-
tional Campaign Chawnan of the
Israel Bond (hrganization, who out-
lined plans for the conference Mr '
RothU-rg will serve as Chairman
f the four day meeting.
He pointed out that Israel
I Bonds have been the principal,
source of outside investment capit-
I al for the country's economic 1
growth and drew attention To the'
urgent need for accelerated econo-
[ mlC development in the present
situation
>' S Ri ; tati' 1 if len R.
Reid f New Yo 1 Am-
I the Unit d Stab s I.
Isr 11 I .'. irincipal p
^nnu .1 hrael B 1 1 Bi
isl ol thi Zl irtist Organ! I
\" whii h will b I at I
F Hotel at 9
on Fi j 27.
The i 'Id as p iti
ol the 1970 Int mal Ina igur-
al Conferenc foi Israi Bonds,
\ hich seeks to r lise 1 n cord total
in Israel Bond sales to meet at
le i-t half the cost ol Israels Deve-
lopment Budget of S.VO.OOO.000 for
the year The conference will be
In session from Thursday thiough
Sunday. February L"l March 1.
Mr. Reid, former President and
Editor of the New York Herald
Tribune, now detunct. served as
Ambassador to Israel during the
last two years of the Eisenhower
Administration. He was a member
< f Governor Nelson Rockefeller's
Cabinet during 1961-62, serving
as Chairman of the New York
State Commission for Human
Rights.
Elected to Congress in 1962. he
is a member of the House Com-
mittee on Education and Labor
and the Committee on Government
Operation.
Rabbi Irving I-ehrman. spiritual
leader of Temple Kmanu-Kl of
Miami Beach, will also address the
RKI\ OODEN R. REID
Z.O.A, meeting, which will focus
attention on the 20th campaign
year of the Israel Bond drive in
the United States
Among the others who will par-
ticipute in the meeting are Rabbi
David Shapiro, President ol the
Southeast Region; Mortimer May
past National Chairman, 11 i
Meyer Pesin, National Israel Bond
Chairman of the Zionist Organiza-
tion of America.
Yigal Allon
Soldier
To Deputy Prime Minister
ih an in-
' q .1 ..lit dif-
lenat conditt unerii n and
"H a visit,..- [. 1 official
wasquoti.1 as reply 11 In Am. 11-
- source ..1 trei gth and con-
fidence n* Israel faces many pro
blems in the struggk for a secun
futui.
At the age ol 51, hi has all the

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: its deter-
Ration that this tin* there must
I Ml n.
13 -vou 11. Is <|iialifications of a folk hero and a
'' '' : s" living ii gend Born on a n
:, borders farm In the lonely Galilee, he has
a,i been : since it been a farmer, soldier pioneer,
nastei strategist and u kder in '
a m against *' r'1"1 peace.
men and A Major General since Israel's
1... i..;ii. on \'.in ,,f Independence, he is indelib-
ly inscribed in the annals ol that
"..11 through Ins bold exploits 01
.any fronts, and particularly foi
...... the military genius he displayed
im,.'a. 1,"a"; A"' ''' borders In planning, organizing and lead-
bttom l'rs who has nig the spectacular defense of
with '!. '"' identified Safed and the entire Galilee
. I""1'!': : establishing In Israels ei .sis of survival in
' "nlris B Yigal Allon, ; 1987, Allan was a leading member
.,. 1 '" "' 'iteration who of Bum.' Minister Eshkol's Mill-
itpmvp ''"'""''"" |,usl "' '"> Ad\is..ry Committee, where
In las* *el "' Is|"'1 his aniqut expertise in military
1 When Golds M,.jr wac planning anJ innovation hel|ied to;
shape the strategic and political
policy of the Six Day War.
Since UlC war. lie has been one of
the moat prominent and influential
naira-,1 u weir was
Cii"":;;'fu *- Af-
*** 1 ;" "","1
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*H *" "is
'SSS.Itts
'''ntiana '' '">" nif mosi prominent ami mnueiuiui
^ 1968 it ''"'^ ''"""Minister men in shaping Israel's course in
lSMh ?'ll,,,i'll>-''knowllg-
Wh ins"'- and ouulde of Is-
^S'l'.'iiiiiy acknowieilg-, th,- daopenlng Middle East cris
""'. that r '"'' "ll,sitk' f Is-I He is the author of the "Allon
Ve"bethe '. Allon ""^h' Plan," to establish secure frontiers
,h next PriUIUr>M ('hu',''' '" ,M" 'n th'- W*"l Bank This |>lan. bas-
** if Mrs \t"" Mlnist,'r when ,sl on the vi. w that the Jonliin
" his f .'' .BVn fflce' i River is Israels natural lim- of
1 defense, calls for establishing a
tiing of paramilitary settlements
..._.. 1 along this line.
Shk*krs at th"1!1 y:'"a(,,an J'W- If Yigal Allon is "security-mind-
*' 'naugur-,! ni '"ternation- ed." it is a lesson he learned from;
^onSafu, """'' fr Isra'1 early boyhood. In recognition of!
,r>28attheF 'U'm"K- ''Itu- his Bar Mitzvah. young Yigal was
a*...... unebleau HotaL I introduced to the task of helping
leaves office.
Mlami.Deuuv o""""1-' V,sit t0 >fense. calls
!*ai be J.,,"!'1;' Mtahte Al- I string of oara
"" America
more than
A n '
1 *Xk ,u""Isu"h. man with
li* nd ,h ni! a l-netrating
,C,i0"ndni,La'"a,,f aman ^
guard the family at night against
Arab marauders
At the age of fifteen, he was ac-
cepted as a scholarship student at
the Kadourie Agricultural School
with a curriculum in scientifii

His extra-cui ricul ir .< -t ivities
aowi v.i consisti d ol "scientific
irming" >! defense ii- ii membei
of the ll.11; in.di After taking th.
non-eoim-sioneil officer's course
ind serving ..- Haganah section-
command! r foi his v ill igi he w as
id) foi the next step, the Haga
nah Officer's Course, where hi
met such men is Moshe Carmel
Shimon Avidan and Moshe Dayan
all of whom, like Allon. would be
ires commanders in the War ol
Ind. pendi nee decade lat> r.
In 1941 Allon was named exec
live officer of the Palmach, the
striking force created by II iganah
to help the Allies against the
Vichy French, whose incursions,
int Syria and Lebanon threaten
ed Palestine Two Palmach com-
panics, commanded respectively by
Allon and Dayan, oi>cned the way
for tiM Allied troops by cutting:
Communications behind the enemy
lines.
After El Alamein. Palestine was
no longer in danger. As IVpulv
Commander of the Palmach in
1943. Allon sent special units to
rescue European Jews behind Ger-
man lines He also organized Pal-
mach naval units which spear-'
headed the dramatic entry of
thousands of 'Illegal" immigrants
through the British blockade after
the war He was Commander of the
Palmach from i^4-> until the as-
tablishment of the State of Israel.
when he became an Aiuf" or Ma-
lar General in its Defense Fores
Although the actual invasion by-
six Arab armies rolowed by a few-
hours the proclamation of Israel's
VIQAL ALLON, Deputy Prime Minister
independence on May 1-t. 1948, the
large-scale Arab infiltrations and
attacks had begun six months
earlier, right after the U.N. re-1
solution partitioning Palestine in-
to independent Jewish and Arab
States. As the countdown for the
end of the British Mandate and
the rebirth of Jewish independence
began it was obvious that the |
new State, with most of its 650,-
1 mi people coneffntrated in the
coastal cities, would be particularly
vulnerable in such areas as the'
Jerusalem Corridor and the Galilee
Alton's roots were In the Galilee
as a pioneer .in.: son and grand-
son of pioneers. In the 1880*8
his grandfather was a founder of |
Rosh Pinna the very first settle-
ment in Galilee His late father.!
Reuven Paicovitch. was a pioneer,
and founder of Kfar Tabor in Low-
er Galilee, where Yigal was bun
In October, 1918. Allon. who He-
braised the ramily name later in
the patriotic custom of Sabras.
and other pioneers, was a founder
of Kibbutz Ginossar on Like
Kinneret iSea ol Galilee 1 wh<
he has lived since 1937 H -
ternal ancestry dates back mai
centuries in Sated, where his m '
,i- .vis born.
Destiny was about to place the
late of th.' Galilee in Alton's h tnds
Some 20.000 Arabs sat on the
heights of Sited, which appear I
Impregnable. Alton's plan, which
he proposed to Ben-Gurion and
Yadin, the Chief of Staff, was to
concentrate the defense of the
Galilee on the siege of the k. v
stronghold of Safed, rather than
try to defend each settlement in-
dividually.
In a lightning move on the day
the British wen evacuating th<
fort at Rosh Pinna. Allon and his
men. with bayonets drawn, took
over the town which became his
headquarters. Safed was now only
five kilometers away, hut several
preliminary engagements had t >
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The Israel Bond Organization
is pleased to announce that
His Excellency
YIGAL ALLON
Deputy Prime Minister of Israel and its
Minister of Education and Culture
will be Ihf guest of honor at the
1970 International
Inaugural Dinner
SATURDAY EVENING. FEBRUARY 28
at 7:30 P.M.
FONTAINEBEEAl HOTEE
Hon. John V. Lindsay
Mayor of the City of Mew York
JANPEERCE
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NETANIA DAYRATH
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Conference Chairman
Samuel Rothberg
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4rea Organization s Schedule Various Observances
NCCJ Silver Medallions Go
To .'{ Outstanding Miamians
A! the Anti-Defamation League's annual
Regional Board meeting. Leonard L. Abess
presented the annual Abess Human Rela-
tions Award to Rev. Cannon Theodore Gib-
son Rector oi Christ Episcopal Church in
Ifiani. far his work in th^ fields cf civil
relation* "which has
Bttei human relations
and which has contributed substantially to
the well-being of the citizens of Honda."
From left are Henry E. Wolff, immediate
past chairman of the ADL's Regional Board;
William Alper. newly elected chairman of
the board; Rev. Gibson; Mr. Abess, and
Ralph Palewonsky, former governor of the
Virgin Islands. ____
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Don Shoemaker
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AthaMe Range
Mrs. KinKiNI.il
5 National Figures To
Be Award Recipients
Brotherhood
(Concert VI \
S|" akec at the National < "on-
f rencc ol Christians and Jews
il Brotherhood Dinn r hi l
his wi k ;it the Fontalt
Thi>mas Vail, cditor-
lii r of the < ind Plaii
i eali r, n ho tra\ els tl
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n and was n
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Nat in Hun Relal ion>
\'<"('J"s Sil\ vi Medallion Av ,
ent li) >trs 'hai li Finki '-' n
aim an "i the I'
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pei-sons ; fail
v orkin i
Robert Ma fwas in of! operation s d n undei -
who : i | f w nting thai ii --1 itu-
and Mi Si nonhoff,
lei Miami
Builders "i Scopus
1M Cheriiek, who lias Just come
from Jerusak'm, will describe the
prest nt situation in the classroom*
and on the campuses <>f Israel,
and detsJUnsj th>- manner in which
is ra atonal student ivlxihon is
dealt iti
bf the university.
llcbn-w I ntvi-rsity, which bagan
the 1969-70 acaih-niie year with
nore than 15.000 students, has,
some .'.-iii student! enrolled whel
j are from other countries. Of the
1 ti tal. 9.">o are registered for doc-
! torsi drRTiis. 430 an moiled in J
' the Agricultural division. 25 in the |
S, hool "f Honn> Kronomics. 260
Brothi i Sinn" ill thi
: t he Bi i ithei hood Concert
lo i- presi nted b> the VM-YWHA
nl en ater Miami, 8500 SW 8th
;t at B:30 p.m Saturday, Feb. 28,
in connection with Brotherhood
Week.
The program tli feature the
talents ol Miami-Dade Junior ("ol-
lege Nntth''- Madrigal Singers, led
by Rose Main- Schrock; the First
Methodist Church Choir, led i
Rrst
lly by
Ihi He-
si nted

N Sal fivi of the na-
tan's prominent ns w ho have
. : ii for
:-' r d : tion.
The Torch ol I latuette
rmted by i halm ( iross
sill be presented to Joseph Ma/.-r .',','t with by the administrators 1)!1V1(, w,.nr; ,|M. college ag*J V
.: Sen Ymk. Edward S Redstoni
o' lkwon. Man Samuel U/fflam
Sax of Chicaco. HI., Mrs. Emma
: ol Detroit, Mali., and
GRtter Miami\ rtonoree, Baron
fcffindi Meyer, a founder i the
Harry S. Truman Ci i i for thi'
Advancement ol Peaci
Rabbi Leon K:
kws-rof Temple H. in Shotom, is
irmar, llarrj a Levy. I ?r """TW^TSSs "nd i btt of T*n*te Beth Am and Rev.
tbFtorida f*.,?S*.???
*** of the An* iicu Friends l n2*2rX a 5t il Church.
L enrhairma,, < .i. i_ i_ 1 1m- Medical School n.is *> stil- '
-taTSir ,''"' Wh'h'-'.i'-. then, arc 182 m the Dental Then- will be two outstanding
Ut 'I r.'r ^School and 158 the School ol art exhibits at the Y' during
,,u"" J- Pharmacy. The Law School ac- Bnrtherheod Week. A one-man
rented ISO first-year students, for showing of the work ol U-M itu-
"' ., total enrollment of 860 in its dent Walter Mttehell. who is In
mt Scopus charge <>f the Art Program at the
aiAei Y.NH'A, will opi-n Sunday.
And in the lower Art Gallery
f the v.' the work of Carver
YMCA children an exhibit i>f
The faculty this year nusBbtrs giaek Art will be on display.
1.....';';,'> ^'^Z' The public is invited to attend
Avraham Harman, p.,si,..,,, and ^ .J,,,,,.,,,,^, <,,,,. ullh jts
Prof. Jacob Katz. rector. I,1,nau'; wl(ll. %;1I j,.t> ol cultural Interpre-
:; visiting faculty members, '",l' (ations. Mrs. Ray Berrin, chair-
18 Immigrant members of the uni- i ian, has announced, Then- is no
,, ,mU-s ltaff, admission .ham.'
.it '.'. hit ho lai
i'iti/, ns repn si ntii r thi
ma joi fait hs en i
nized for theii sip;nificant eontri-
[jiitions t'i their communitv. Thi
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!ng l" Iween i
.iiv It strives lo hi *
i ri iers in A merit an |Kih-
i ies, and stam Is for rai lily,
lair housing, eq lal t mplo>
and la and order with iust ice
Israeli Dancers, !*! by Michael
Katz: tlH1 ITs Choral Group, led by
Mildred Draizer; Tempi.- Beth
ShoJom Junior Hijrh Srh Rroup. led by Paula Fried; Beth
Am chon- soloist Barnioe Anauole.
ami the Hope Lutheran Church
iliuir eendustad by Althea Pena.
Also partieiivatiiiR in tlie pro-
pram Will bi Rabbi Arthur Stein-
JatK S,

of the organization and ,, KllIar ctojBP> Moun, Scopus ch
u ', Unhjer- Campus. There are 170 Arabs reg- Ci
board ... gov- ,, ,, clmn : u. Univer-
':"i Mrs Popick enter-
m Ibe dinner's committee i.f
wtethttweek; th, brunch hosted
annually by M, ,. Mls Abra.
fR,F W"hsl..u. \. u Y,k ami
JJJJ members ol the Society
,.!*fBa*kand Build rsof Scopus
Wd at 10 a.m. Friday in
^Fontainebleau iii,i Member-
? ^ Society ,s limited to
....I to the
.'*'MlN'-".'- ind Hebrew Uni-
-
My,
VlinirKs* Will Be DiMiission \o\nv
Shalom Jewish Community
r-sts wUl be 'Miracles and Modem Man Neve Shalom-Jew-ten wmmuniij
2 ,, How Shall We Approach the Mir-'.Center, Metuchon. NJ^Iurtngthc
Udentoi the Builders t.cles of the Bible?" is th. topic!.....-ond in the series ol month 1>
I Ber, ,.k be discussed b> Rabbi Hcrshel J vmixsdumi to be held at remple
23tt Matt. .....1tua, leader oLlemp,c Jj *P ^JSSS.
Divis ral mee,'nC) held by the Greater Miami Women's
schedui \n,8Upporl oi ,he Torch of Learning Award Dinner
sity m by the American Friends ol the Hebrew Univer-
Carrie R Fntainebleau Hotel Saturday evening are Mrs
Snored086"' pQSt President oi 'he group who has been
Be,qer s Wman oi the Year," (left) Mrs. Ruth Johnson
South Or.rman of ,he evening. Rabbi Herbert Weiner of
guest a^i?6' N'' au,nor and lecturer who was special
nd Mrs. Sigmund Fogler. president.
i: ibbl Matt part ol the United
Synagogue Caravan is < I ti
i the Jewish Theological Scmi-
Prioi lo "i'it: i'
\, u Ji i-sej h had si rvi d as rabbi
lew I I New ^
\ own kfturer in varl
il f ii
i ., tail :i rei.li ions and Jew ish t e-
, ractk b, Rabbi Matt has
niitti i -ii tii Ies on thi ologic il sub-
: ta ., eta oi Jewish ob-
., rvanee which have appt ared in
numerous public it Ions His cont ri-
, Lotion i" the symposium on "The
.State "i Jewish Belli in d
in the August 1966 issue ol Ct
ntary." and bus now been pub
: iished in book form He has also
written I series >! leaflets on vai -
..his mitzvot.
\ question-and answei pei lod
will inii(i Rabbi Matt'a address
A Brotherhood Year
The new decade begins with the tormenting awareness
that social problems in our land remain unresolved.
Each of us. in the words ol Charles Lamb, is uncon-
sciously "a bundle of prejudice.'' But it is within our power
to rid ourselves of such a load ... an unnecessary burden
which only halts our personal progress as well as that of
our fellow men.
Il we can but set our sights on the goal of true brother
hood the belief that one should act brotherly toward
others without regard to race, creed, or nationality the
load will lighten.
The National Conference of Chiislians and Jews calls
this the "brotherhood commitment'' They ask us to estab-
lish our own Brotherhood Week this week and next week
and the next, all through the year.
This need not necessarily be an act of love, but of le-
spect. Brotherhood begins with respect. As a human being
simply engaged in the task of living in these difficult and
divisive times, each of us is entitled to respect.
Yes, give us this day our daily bread and give us
each day our daily dignity.
January. 1970
What The NCCJ Is
The National Conference of Christians and Jews makes
a unigue and important contribution to human decency.
The organization is .
I A HELP TO PARENTS in raising children of good, will.
Institutes focus on the importance of the parents' rele
in teaching children healthy attitudes and seeing that
they grow into emotional maturity, free from preju.:
and hostility.
1 A HELP TO YOUTH, providing opportunity for the dis-
cussion of today's complex issues, and placing
phasis on programs lor youth leaders and ye
rving agencies.
? A HELP TO THE COMMUNITY. .
relations naming for police and promoting coop
, i a law officers and
neighborhood level.
A HELP TO EDUCATORS, helping to train teachers and
< omrnunjty leaders in cooperation with leading
leges and universities in all parts of the country.
I A HELP TO LABOR and MANAGEMENT, prom
egual opportunity programs, and understanding i
tual responsibility in crucial human relations probli
PROMOTES 1NTERREL1GIOUS DIALOGUE by prov
opportunities for religious leadeis to woik toward e
table solutions oi vilol pioblems.
I PROVIDES LEARNING TOOLS, producing materials for
schools and colleges, churches and synagogues, civic
agencies and mass communications media to stimulate
thought and shed new light on important issues.


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Friday.. February 20,
Temple Invites Catholics To]
Mark Brotherhood Week
Junior Auxiliary Luncheon committee, which
met at the home of Mrs. George Israel,
chairman, to make plans for the group's an-
nual luncheon at Americana Hotel included
from left (seated Mrs. Israel. Miss Rena
9Mb, ticket chairman: Mrs. Louis Bresler.
chairman oi decorations: Miss Clara Tri-
beld. hostess chairman: (standing^ Mrs.
Jesse LeVine. Mrs. Nat Levy, chairman en-
tertainment; Mrs. George Valentine: Mrs.
Ernanuel Freedman: Mrs. Jay Rechtschaffer.
president; Mrs. Morris Ratne. chairman door
prizes; and Mrs. Louis TaifeL
[n obsei
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iiin of the J.\m-!i War V. I
cf the Uniti States, is an author
and lecturer as well as spiritual
of Stamford's Temple Sinai.
His wife, Klainc. is a concert
pianist.
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to retteve ovi i> rowding
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lived.

BROTHERHOOD GREETINGS TO ALL
BUDGET HARDWARE I APPLIANCES
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North Miami
Phone f 1-4551
BROTHERHOOD GREETINGS TC ALL
RIKKrS STVBiO. ISC
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On Sunset Drive 1 Hock West of U.S. No. 1
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SALES REPAIRS ON ALL MAKES
Rabbi Tarr Guest
In Beth El Series
The Sisterhood of Temple Beth
'-: Hollywood, will present Rabbi
Herbert Tarr. author-humorist, in
their second "Forum. Series" pro-
gram at 8:30 p.m. Saturday.
Rabbi Tarr's first book. The
Conversion of Chaplain Cohen."
was published in 1963 and is cur-
rently beu-.c made into a motion
picture- His most recent. "Heaven
H< 1c Vs." of which more than a
million copies have b.ea sold, is
his hilarious description of hfe at
': anybody's suburban Jewah center.
A capacity aJditnee is expected
to fill the tempi*, located at 1351
S. 14th Avc Hollywood. Mrs. Leo
Lane and Mrs. Lewis Cohen are in
charge of tickets, which may also
c< purchased from the temple ol-
' lice or at the door.
Fraternity Event To
Benefit Muscular
Dystrophy Victims
The brothers and pledevs of the
University of Miami's Zeta Beta
Tau fraternity wffl sponsor their
second Mile of Money Day" on
Thursday. Feb. 26. for the benefit
Jt the Muscular Dystrophy Asso-
ciation of-America Inc. The event
..-ill he hehJ at the intersection of
S. Dixie Highway and Red Road,
south Miami. from 8 am. to 6 p.m.
In conjunction with this event.
I fey whxh the fraternity hopes to
rae $5,000. tickets are being sold
.on campus by ZBT members for
the drawing which win be held at
' the close oi the day. when Skip-
per Chuck" will pick the winner of
Florida's Largest Kosher Salami'*
a 3-poun American Kosher Provisions.
Cultural Society
To Present Fifth
Concert In Series
Recording artist WaM r Scarl
I-elli. tenor, and his Meomptflbf
Billy Martin will be featunj
the fifth concert of th
\ series sponsored by ttv Mas
Beach Cultural Society ir t?,*Ai
sembly Hall at 755 Was.'unjta
Ave.. Miami Beach at 7 30 -p.f
Saturday. Feb. 28. the scr: ty-
rector. Allen Dworkis. ar.r.ouno
His program will tadude a tm
ber of operatic arias.
Also appearing will be wob
i Ben Gregg. 17. whose vMir n
! will be accompanied by Klea
, Clark Linton. and the song te
of Ksthor Led*r Miln-.ar. and
Zweigel. who win present a
gram of international sorgs
ballads from Israel and Europe.
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BRO~nERKX>C GftffTMGS FROM .
LEUMAS KNITTING MILLS, INC.
KNITTED FABRICS
BftOTHRHOOO GREETINGS TO Ail
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JOE COHEN of the
FEDERAL PACKING COMPANY
wishes to Extend Brotherhood Greetings
to the entire Jewish Community
330 West 23rd Street, Hialeah
Bro'He'hoocJ Gree^rvgs re En'^e Jewish Community
MADER & COMPANY
Steamship Agency
Dodo* Wand, 1970 Port Rlvd Bottding 4
D1AI 379-3401
BROTHEfiHOOO To be)*ve that what is true for you
- .our Private Hearr. Is true for all men."
Emerson
PETER M. LOPEZ
TO All MY FRtENOS AND ACCOUNTS
Brotherhood Greetings From
E. H. BROEKEMA
Orer f Years
lnrome fax Experience
12405 N.W. 2nd AVENUE
PL 4-1439
Womrtro Schedule
"Generation" la o|wr.:rc Fnd
at the Miami. Miracle ard 16
Street; "Anne of tf* Tr.ou
na.vs" is shouinj: at Carlylc an
Dadcland Twin II: "Only Game i
Town" starts Friday .it Norm
and They Shoot Hor> < Dwtj
They?" at Surf. Olyrr.pia Gabia
Suniland and Shorn. B- in| beM
over are 'Cactus Flow: at
Carib. "Z" at Dad< lar.: T:n
Topa*" at 2Tth Avenw DriveJI
.ind "Marooned" at th. Byi
Brotherhood Greetings From
RICHTtTS
JEWELRY CO.. Inc.
1M E. Hoylor Shoot
H S-3197
rothorhood Gtoettnos From
The Gardiner
School
140 N.l 119th STREET
7S4-7J31
rothorhood Greefingt From
Propeller
Ser\iee
f Miami
Miami Ifrterrwtional Alrpotl
Ph. RR7-7M1
.


, February
20, 1970
*Jen1sti fkrkfian
Page 7-C
What NCCJDoes
Protects and programs of the National Conference of
lews have included:
meetings of the Dade Youth Council (co-
NCCJ and the United Fund.
.,-, with racial tension in ihe schools,
i le Youth Council with 300 youth par-
onsored by Dade Youth Council for
hool youth from public and private
with human relations.
:!ogue sessions.
ice Conference, sponsored by Commu-
Board and NCCJ.
lored 13 scholarships to Michigan State Univer-
/..., ;. Community Institute.
Gc've piogram and financial support to "Man to Man"
:nterfaith panel program on Ch. 2-TV.
Cospcnscred NCCJ-University of South Florida Institute
en The Community Response to Crime."
Cooperated with Dade County Public School System
and Phi Delta Kappa Educational Fraternity in Fall
Seminai on Human Relations for School Administrators.
Cosponsored Clergy Conference on Jewish Christian
Relations with American Jewish Committee.
Sponsor of PoliceCommunity Relations Institute in
Tampa.
Cosponsored Police-Community Relations Institute in
Miami with Community Relations Board.
Gave delegates to Human Relations Workshops at uni-
versities some S2.500 in scholarship assistance.
Spotlight on Open Housing" Program Clinic sponsored
by NCCI Women.
Formed Ad Hoc Committee oi NCCJ and Community
Relations Board to plan specific programs for building
sound mtergroup relations in Dade County.
Conducted week-long conference on "Violence in Our
Society- The Effects oi Discrimination on Children and
Youth." at Miami Beach.
Planning the "Snow Ball No. II "evening of
dining and dancing in a "Winter Wonder-
land" setting at Beth Torah Congregation
to take place Saturday evening is the Mollie
Kahaner Sisterhood Committee sponsoring
the event, which will include a catered
champagne buffet supper. From left
are
Farband Branch Meeting
In David Pinsky's Memory
Tin' H p.m. meeting of Bialik-
l*n Gurion Branch of Farband on
Monday. March 2. in the Washing-
ton Federal auditorium. 1J3-1
Washington Ave Miami Beach,
will be dt vot D;i\i(1 Pinsky. will-known Jewish
writer and national president of
Farband. who died 10 y< ars ago.
Chaim Ixih Kol will pive a
brii f biography of David Pinsley.
Isra< 1 Kmkel is president of the
branch. Morris Honu;baum is cul-
tural chairman.
Public Hearing* Set By
'Legislative Delegation
A piC-tCKkM public hearing tor
ndor citizens will be he-Id by thv
Ddc County Legislative De-k-ca-
tiCB Twfcday'from 12:30 to 3-.30
r.m the- Miami Beach Federal
Savings and Loan Washington
sveaut and Sth St Miami Be-ae-h.
Hearing! a:> .,. neduled for
Iocatay, March 10, in the Civic
Outer's Health Auditorium. 1350
NW 141!) 51 Wi sday, March
11, :n th- Court il t'hambrrs of
North Miami Cit> Hall, 776 NE
)29tt St., and Thursday March 12. j
- the mfTtinc room <>t Richards I
l>i't. Store in Cuth i Ridge Shop-'
: Center, 20475 S Dixh Hwy,
Mrs. Nat Siesser; Mrs. Ted Franklin, who is
serving as cochairman for the affair; Mrs
William Beck and Mrs. Irving Krugel. whe
are in charge of reservations; Mrs. Nat Palin.
Mrs. Roy Marbin. president of the Sister-
hood; Mrs. Lawrence Schorehart and co-
chairman Mrs. Bernard Rosenberg.
BROTHERHOOD GREETINGS TO ALL
NATIONAL
TITLE
ABSTRACTS TITLE IHSURAHCt MORTGAGES
BROTHERHOOD GREETINGS FROM .
THE PLACE FOR STEAK
* HAKKOR LOIXGB
1335 79th Street Causeway
Phone 751-5581
ANN ARTS
COFFEE SHOP
Extends Best Wishes
13737 N.W. 7th Avenue
Miami, Florida
Hwn68 1-0789
GREETINGS
Aft
CONDITIONING
REFRIGERATION
ICE
EQUIPMENT
CE MACHINE
HEADQUARTERS
YOtK
* "OSSTEMP.
KOID-DRAFT
' VOGT
S*KS 4 SERVICE
A< RI
a/r?rPOPatln
8450 NW 6th Court
^ 751-2544
toward 525-5733
BROTHERHOOD GREETINGS TO ALL
THE TOWN RESTAURANT
15J fiE. 1st oxtx
MEAEFAST LUNCHEON DINNER
Muafc? Air Condiiionad 1 A.M. to 2 A.M.
Closed Sunday Phone FR 4-4733
To All Greetings FRED and JOE LANGMEYER
ATLAS PRINTING & OFFSET
"JOB PRINTING"
551*21 NW 7th AVENUE_________Ph. 757-4893
TO OUR MANY CUSTOMERS AND FRIENDS
BROTHERHOOO GREETINGS TO ALL
BEACH RADIO & PARK TV
MAIN OFFICE
151 S.W 27th AVENUE
PHONE: 449-6110
Branch: 2300 E. Oakland Park blvd., H. Leuderadte
Phone 565-5911
317 23rd St. Miami Beach
532-3138
BROTHERHOOD GREETINGS TO ALL
BRADY ROOFING A SHEET METAL INC.
2955 N.W. 7Jrd Street, Miami
Phone 691-2678
BROTHERHOOD GREETINGS TO ALL
FAIR H2WKNS
tUTMfaAN MIIMMINT AMD NUtSINO CINTU
201 Curtis Parkway. Miasni Springs TeL 887-1585
BROTHERHOOD GREETINGS TO ALL
WESTCHESTER GENERAL HOSPITAL
2500 S.W. 75th AVENUE
Phone: 226-5252
BROTHERHOOD GREETINGS TO ALL
LAMSON & TYRE
ELECTRIC CO.. INC.
ELECTRIC CONTRACTORS
COMMERCIAL INDUSTRIAL
MAINTENANCE REPAIRS
Ph. 226-2715 501 S.W. 71st Avenue*;
BROTHERHOOD GREETINGS TO ALL
TNT CHEMICALS, INC.
MANUFACTURERS OF
HOUSEHOID INSECTICIDES
BROTHERHOOD GREETINGS TO ALL
HIALEAH IMPERIAL DECORATORS
1090 East 28th Street. Hialeah, Florida
Phone 696-0798
BROTHERHOOO GREETINGS TO AIL
GUARDIAN MORTGAGE A INVESTMENT CORP
Security Trust Wdg 119 E. Flagler Street 374-1716
BROTHERHOOD GREETINGS TO ALL
LIKOLEIM CITY
5458 N.W. 7th Avenue, Miami
Phone: 757-8021


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Jriday., Feir_cry 20,
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Hunter College Alumni
Celebrate Centennial
The South
Florida Alumni
Ch a p ttr o fj
Hunter Colle.
of fTic OH
sit} of the
of New York
celebrated i t s
Centennial Sat-
urday with a
banquet at On
McAUisI i H
at SI
and !'.- iyn<
.,,. tional en-
i. rtain nenl ind l-fashioned
Mrs : him Damler ol North
Mia 10 tea
le Junior C illi ge and al the
Hebii Acadi mj ol Greati r Mi-
- pi esidi lit "! iIn- South
Florida Chai ter Mm. Han ii t
Adl< i "i Hallandale is the chap-
is rer.
Mrs. Damler
Klein Appoint!
As Administrate
Jackson M,.r.-i
or X u r s i ) .
Home has
BOUIKOd th.' ,->p-|
|K) i n t m c n I
Howard Klein -
administral
t h Inatitui
Mr Klein (
to hi> new
tion with exi '
i i idmin
t i v experl
l whili -
; siti ins on I
Chitdn n's Hos]
ish K -; Ita
and Unite \ C
ami
Mr Klein |
i with his Ruth
,
b ard of 0;x .
!i >lds membei j
Florida Hospital ,
Nursing Home a--
>trw r pn >fess a
Benicrci B. Direnfeld of Cleveland. O.'iio.
national Commander of the Jewish War
Veterans, who presented the JWV "Medal
of Merit" to President Richard M. Nixon at
a recent meeting in the White House, was
accompanied by national executive director
Felix M. Putterman, of Washington, D. C,
and Dr. Seymour Weisman, of Norwalk,
Conn., national consultant. Iv making the
presentation to the President, Commander
Direnfeld cited the President's long interest
in veterans work. The citation with the
medal presented to the President reads:
"To Richard M. Nixon, patriot, statesman,
fellow veteran, with the profound respect
and warm admiration of the Jewish War
Veterans of the U.S.A., 75th year of service
to our beloved country, January, 1970."
Executive Director For New N. Broward Jewish Federation
Loon Goldl>crc. baa assumed
duties as the executive director
of tho Jewish Federation irf North
Broward, Inc.. according to an an-
nouncement by Martin Fridovich,
Federation president
The Federation is expanding
its services t> the saves*] commu-
nities comprising the ares. It re-
cently affiliated with she Council
of Jewish Federation and Welfare
Funds and set up year-round of-
fice.
Its first full-time director. Mr. j
(eJdbeir is a native of new Or-
leans. La., a graduate of Tulane
University, and a member of tho
National Association of Social
Workers and tho Academy of
Social Workers II. is formerly
executive director of the Jewish
Community Councils of Tampa,
and Rockford, 111., and a field
representative of the National
Jewish Welfare Board, with head-
quarters m Atlanta, Ga
Mr Goldberg and his wife, the
former Celia Draisen >f Boston,
Mass. are the i>arents of throe
hoys. They will bo making their
homo in the Lauderhifl section,
bear Fort Laudenfalle.
Mrs Goldberg, who is a gradu-
ate of the Scott Corbe School
of Art in Boston and Ogetthorpe
I niversity in Atlanta. Ga., was
Art classes ,it Jewish Chattels in
v inta Rockford and Tampa. She
is a past-president of Rockford
Hadassah, has served as Project
Chairman of the Head Start for
tho Council of Jewish Women in
Tampa, and has taught at Religi-
ous Schools in Atlanta. Rockford
and Tampa
LEON GOLDBEBO
Brotherhood Greet.ngs!
JIM WILLIG'S
PONCE & SUNNILAND
MUSIC SHOPPES
:7I9 PorcedeLe^n BUd
Ph 445-7746
11425 S Dixie
Shopping Center
Pr
Brotherhood Greetings From
GREATER MIAMI
REALTY, INC.
KENNETH D ROSEN, Pres.
3746 W Flagler
444-8611
Brotherhood Greetings From
TO OUR FRIENDS
AND CUSTOMERS
muss
Atlantic Service
9798 Bird Road
DIAL 221-9992
ii. "!.-i h.....i Snettagi from
PARRISH
AUTO SERVICE
7305 S.W. 41st STREET
223-1513
GROVE
FURRIERS
3180 Commodore Plaza
Coconut Grove
Phone 446-0334
Salute Brotherhood Week
Brotherhood Creeling*
From .
A. J. ALEXANDER
401 N.W 71st Street
Miami, Florida
Brotherhood Greetings From
FOOD SPOT
STORES
Groceries & Dairy Stores
Located
Throughout Dade County
Brotherhood Greetings From
PARK SHORE
PHARMACY
10898 N.E. 6th Avenue
Miami Shores
754-9508
Brotherhood Greetings From
rm\\ F.V.V
RESTAURANT
14255 H.W. 7th AViNUl
NORTH MIAMI
Phone 681-0012
BROTHERHOOD GREETINGS FRO"/
CORAL GABLES LAUNDRY
& DRY CLEANING, CO.
250 Minorca Avenue, Coral Gables
4024 Red Road, South Miami
11315 E. Dixie Highway
15039 S Dixie Highway
7551 Dadeland Mall
352 Andalusia Avenue
716 Crandon Blvd.
2451 Bricked Avenue
4807 S.W. 8th Street
GREETINGS TO ALL
MARGIE FREDERICK
Experienced in Business and Personal Tax Return-
NOTARY PUBLIC ACCOUNTANT
4230 E. 4th AVE., H1ALEAH 822-4231
Brotherhood Greetings To The Entire Jewish Commur''
MR. A MRS.
AIMERT ROSEXRERG
* FAMILY
BROTHERHOOD GREETINGS TO ALL
Mil's AUTO PARTS. IXC.
1243 S.W. 8rh STREET, MIAMI
PHONE: 377-1431
Brotherhood Greetings
FLORIDA VMMO VISUAL, IM.
3942 N. Miami Avenue, Miami
Phone 759-4473
Brotherhood Greetings From
FAKKS IIICOS. Mint. CO- INC
1049 E 23rd Street, Hiateah
AMtl ItT PICK HOT KM A
BAY HARBOR ISLAND
9601 E. BAY HARBOR DRIVE 866-7328
BROTHERHOOD GREETINGS FROM
THE ARTISTS COVE
1699 N.E. 163rd STREET
NORTH MIAMI BEACH
Phone 947-3191
PORTOFINO
SENDS GREETINGS TO
ALL HIS FRIENDS


LSfaalom To Honor
_ ,, tton *
,inne.
J,, ,hc Hotel
ffi chairman o\ the af-
I
ST., ,
:":*;:, -5
::v'L:":..'......
> 1
ft 1- '
irter member
. M.ntlj
JJJthN
LrAnn Veron* i aji.
Franc-
ientlwUh
7ltthe dinnei '-"'" w*-
. nduw
""' f'"
he has
, ,ho din- ion in*
,' 1 .-.
jfthcJt ; ' '' ,h*'
ai Chapter Luncheon
Bonthly luncheon meeting
WChaptei W B'niii Britto
^a. will be held al noon Sun-
Hotrl. 3923
ir. kv Busti m I i''":'~-
I- men uv invited to at-
X.A 1 1 a 1 i l '!>'
SKTKR \NN VKHOM" A
Art Collection On Display
Young Mid I M Masters >! Is-
. r .-. collection "l art asacmWcd
t:. the Puckcr^Safml Art Callers
ol Jtruaadefli and Boston featuring
:hc work < Inraeli artlsl Shemuel
Kal/. will \- displayed al T.Miipl.
Sutsi. 1201 Johnson Si Holly-
wood, dotty ewwpl 9at*s*h rrom
March 1* Th- exhibit, which hi
free and open to the public, will
be o vu"^ trom 2-10 p.m
BEST WISHES FROM
MRS. SCHAEFER and SON BILL
BISCAYNE SOUTHERN PRINTERS
2333 N.W. 7th PtACE, MIAMI 634-0231
BROTHERHOOD GREETINGS TO AIL
KOLBER BROS., INC.
2100 N.W. 13th Ave., Miami
Phone 635 2521
I.OI IS MAKOVSKV
Israeli General Will
Address N Broward
Federation Dinner
o ii Yeshayahu Gaviah, who
I commanded the Southern Fronl
; Forces In the Six-Day War, and
lid the sweep throuftt the Sinai
I., the Sue/ Canal, will l>< bjui -i
speaker al the "Initial Gifts" din-
.. r which will be held by the
I Men's Division of the Jewish Fed-
I ration of North Broward, Inc., on
' Wednesday, Feb. 35, In the <"har-
. k. Sun-
rise Blvd., Ft Lauderdale. Martin
Fridovich, president "I the Fcd
nration, has announced
Reservations for the 7 p.m. din-
ner, which will lx' preceded by
Mtektaila at 6 p.m may ma*
i\ calllnft or writing the Federa-
tion office which i* located al
3905 N Andrews Avi Ft. Laud-
rdale, Fla. 33309
/.altnan Sha/.ar Is Topic
Zariman Shazar will be the sub-
., i ol ;, i..lk by I.. Lasavifi al the
David Pinski Club's Oneg Shabbos
Friday al s p m. i" the eHfeteria
f the Ida Fishei School al Dn wl
Avenue an.l llth Street, Miami
Beach A program ol Yiddish and
Hebrew songs will follow his pres-
entation.
CAMP INMATES MAY
FILE LOSS CLAIMS
The National < Organization
ol Polish J thai thf final concentration
i mi|i list has now been pub-
lished by the German gov-
ernmenl. Man;, foi mi r con-
ri ntrntioti camp inm 11 s
whose pi.vinus claims for
il health were refused,
able in file again and
Nazi victims who spent more
than 12 months in ,i concen-
tration camp but have not
madi an. i laims for loss of
health will also In- able to
111. .
Applications have t" be
made in Germany prior to
July 10. 1970 Further infor-
mation is available without
chargi Interested persons
maj telephone 377-3561.
North-side Shopping Center
To Stage Annual Bazaar
Narthside Shopping Center. NW
27th Avenue and 79th Street, will
rtage its annual charity bazaat
open to all non-profl1 organiza-
tions Friday, Feb. 28, as a good
will gesture to the community and]
lo accommodate the many re-
quests received by the Center from
various organizations for use of
their facilities
Two cash awards totaling S7">
will be made to the organization
with the most attractive booth
In the bazaar, TV personality
' 1,-ivry Kimj will art as chief jude.
Clubs interested in participating
in the bazaar may make reserva-
ons with the Special Events De-
partment of N'ortbsid.- Shopping
Center
Guests of honor at the Scholar-
ship Fund dinner oi Oholei To-
rah Day School were Mr. and
Mrs. Albert FeiHer. Mrs. Feifier
is shown with Feigele Viccica.
a second grade student who
participated in the evening's
program.
Brotherhood Greetings From ...
bbcayne medical
laboratories, inc.
2650 BISCAYNE BLVD.
3ROTHERHOOD GREETINGS FROM .
HIKlis STANDARD SERVICE
1428 N.W. 14th Ave., Miami
Telephone 635-1728
Brotherhood Greetings From
JONAS and
CLAIRE
BROTMAN
Brotherhood Greetings From
Bob White's Bowling
Pro Shop t
Billiard Supplies
Measuring Specialists
Trophies and Shirts
1227 N.E. 2nd Ave.
Phone: 374-0642
BROTHERHOOD GREETINGS FROM .
Prior stamp and seal works
Phone 374-1034
613 N.E. 1st AVENUE, MIAMI
BROTHERHOOD GREETINGS FROM .
CORAL GABLES CONVALESCENT HOME
7060 S.W. 8th STREET, MIAMI
Telephone 226-1363
HOOD GREETINGS FROM
,:'o\o.*ii MSI u stom:
1101 N-W. 3rd AVENUE- 373-1264
Brotherhood Greetings From
CampbeWs
viivvric SERVICE
2390 S.W. 57th AVENUE
Phone 667-9267
L T CAMPBELL. Prop.
Brotherhood Greetings From
EE MO.VM
8499 Coral Way, Miami
Phone 221-1424
Brotherhood Greetings From
MILLER CUT-RATE DRUGS
You Nocr Pay Mor When
You Shop *t MlHw'l D'ug. Slot.
PRESCRIPTION SPECIALISTS
VITAMIN HEADQUARTERS
DOWNTOWN
217 N. E. 1st AVENUE
371-6731 371-5862
Brotherhood Greetings From
Leather World,
Inc.
339 MIRACLE MILE
CORAL GABLES
Luggage & Leather Goods
Brotherhood Greetings From
HOWARD JOHNSON'S]
MOTOR LODGE
MIAMI BEACH
4000 Alton Rd
E. End of Airport x-way
532-4411
Brotherhood Greetings From
Venetian Gulf
Service Station
Washing am! 'ion
Phone JE 8-9159
1403 Dade Boulevard
MIAMI BEACH
O. S. BRANNON, Proprietor
Brotherhood Greetings From
0. T. C. Tool Corp
2777 N.W. 54h STREET
MIAMI
633-9081
Brotherhood Greetings From
SID MARGOIIS and
MARK ROSENFELD
GALLOWAY
PHARMACY
Prescriptions-Barton's Candy
Charge Accounts Invited
7035 S.W. 87th Avenue
Miami -271-3081
Brotherhood Greetings From
B. W. THACKER
AGENCY
TYPEWRITERS
Adding Machines
Check Writers
SOLD RENTED
REPAIRED
339 N.I. 2nd AVENUE
374-0115

Good Wishes from .
IRVING L. WEXLER
MUZAK
CORP.
Dade and Broward Counties
. 531-7341





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Friday., February 20. \\
Carner Radiology Department
Dedicated At Heart Institute
More than a hundred friends of
Helen ami Jack Carner witnessed
the dedication of the Carner De-
!*irtment of Radiology at the Mi-.
ami Heart Institute on Sunday.'
Feb. 1.
The Carners' sons. Richard, who
lives la Fteeport, Lon Island. N.Y..
and Stephen, president of the Car-i
ner Bank in Miami Beach, paid
tribute to their parents as they
unveiled the bronze plaque in
their memory.
"It is good to know that my
parents' memorial is a living trib-
ute to them." Richard said.
Stephen recalled a conversation
with his father associating the
word "heart" with the words "em-.
pathy," "love." and "understand-
ing." words that are demonstrated
constantly by Miami Heart Insti-
tute in the care of patients.
The Carners became interested
in the Institute through their
physician and friend. Dr. Eugene
S. yfie. who had explained what
the Institute was doing and what
it hoped to do in the future. Great
humanitarians that they were.
they saw the need and used their
means to fill it. giving $175,000 to
the Institute for the expansion of1
the Radiolog} Department. Last
April. Helen and Jitk Carner died
within two weeks of one another.
At the dedication. Dr. Sayfie
quoted from the Prophet: "There''
are those who give with joy. and
that joy is their reward. And
there are those who give with
pain, and that pain is their bap-
tism. And there are those who
give and know not pain in giving,
nor do they seek joy. nor give with
mindtulness of virtue: They give
as in yonder valley the myrtle
breathes its fragrance into space.
Through the hands of such as
these God speaks, and from be-
hind their eyes He smiles upon
the earth."
Rabbi Irving Lehrman of Tem-
ple Emanu-EI made the dedica-
tion: Dr. Alfred G. Levin. Chief of
Staff of the Radiology Depart-
ment, spoke of the ways the addi-
tion would benefit patients, and
then members of his staff con-
ducted guests on a tour of the
department.
Guests included Mrs. Anna Bren-
ner Meyers. Mrs. Elise Adams.
Mrs. Claude Pepper. Mr. and Mrs.
Max Boderman. Judge and Mrs
Irving Cypen. medical staff De-
Witt Daughtry and Mrs. Daugh-
try. Institute president I
Demiog and Mrs Deming Mi
ind Mrs Sam Friedland, Mr and
Mrs. a el -Hottz, Mi and Mrs
Abraham Krutman. Mr. and Mrs
Morris Lapidus, 'Mr. and Mrs.
Bennett Lifter. Mr an I Mrs. Dan-
iel Lifter. Mr. Alan LoBO, Mr. and
Mrs. Max Mitchell. Philip Is
a patient in the hospital who at-
tended the dedication in his wheel-
chair. Mr. and Mrs Harry Pearl-
man, Mr. and Mrs. D. Lee Powell,
and Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Zilbert.
Happenings
The promotion of Charles s.
Bass from director of sales to
vice president of sales has been
announced by the Fontaine-
bleau Hotel. Mr. Bass has beer.
at the resort for 31.- years and
has been instrumental in expand-
ing the Convention Sales De-
partment to one of the largest in
the resort hotel industry.
Penny Pinsker of WCKT and
Sally Jesse of YVIOD were the
featured speakers at the dinner
meeting of the National Secre-
taries Association held recently
in the Dupont Plaza Hotel. Mrs.
Kitty Field, program chairman
of the Miami Chapter, reported.
Certificates of appreciation were
presented to broadcasting indus-
| try guests by Mrs. Field and
.luana Houston, president of the
Miami Chapter.
Pictured at the dedication of the Corner Department of
Radiology at the Miami Heart Institute are (from left) the
Institute's president. Osmer Deming. Dr. Eugene Sayfie.
Richard Carn Anna Brenner Meyers and Stephen Corner.
BEST
WISHES
Brotherhood
Week
w> ensiinMMnVi v_n
MIAMI BEACH
YACHT CORP.
1928 PURDY AVENUE
53*4345
533-7421
Brotherhood Greetings
MODERNE BOOK
SHOP, INC.
|S771 Sunset Dr., South Miam.
666-256*
Brotherhood Greetings From
VENETIAN NURSING ft
CONVALESCENT HOME
ro* all rm cams
1330 NE layshor* Dr.
Miami 379-764f
ML A NO MRS.
NATHAN R. SMCTOt
Administrator*
Brotherhood Greetings Prom
FLAMINGO
FORD
U.S. 1. NX. Uth Street
247-5112
Brother hood Greetings From
RICH PHOTOS
18S.W. 27th Ave., Miami
Telephone 445-3721
1600 West Flagler Street
Telephone 3581632
Brotherhood Greetings Fr-^
CLARENCE'S
ATLANTIC
Service Station
Complete Auto Repairs
Free Pickup and Delivery
1200 N.W.I 19th Street
Phone 688-3386
Brotherhood Greetings From
CARFEL IMPORTS
SUPPLY, INC
LANGFORD BUILDING
121 S.E. 1st STREET
MIAMI, FLORIDA
374-5607
Brotherhood Greetings From
Sol Megdell
Realtor
605 LINCOLN ROAD
Si. 84551
Brotherhood Greetings From
LUDLUM
REXALL DRUGS
'PRESCRIPTION SPECIALISTS"
1601 S.W. 67th Avenue
West Miami
Phone 661-7097
yr^
/s_
wrwmoov
Bfiai^wiTH You
A-B.
V
f\bx> efefltete^w 068
Sky Lake Coupler. .Make Music Mouth
In observance of Jewish Music and Mrs. Te<1 Slgman rdarj
Month, the newly formed Coubles evening. Israeli food will !v fa*
CUib of Sky Lake Synagogue will
host the Hashachar Dance Group
j>t its meeting in the home of Mr the evening.
. hired on the refreshnu nt IT
Brotherhood Greetings To All Our Friends and Patrors
Arnold Schecter
NORTHSIDE TIRES & SERVICE
1505 -79th Street Causeway
PHONE 865-2943
BROTHERHOOD GREETINGS TO ALL
MIAMI DIAMOND CENTER
V\r. and Mrs. Jacob Rabinowitz
V\r. and Mrs. David Rabinowitz
Mr. and Mrs. Morris Rabinowitz
Mr. and Mrs. Sol Goldstein
BROTHERHOOD GREETINGS FROM .
Clyde & Nick Barber Shop
18340 N.W. 7th AVENUE (Next to Fredericks)
BROTHERHOOD GREETINGS FROM
HENRY S. GREENBAUM
Arthur** Hhlrs/- Jricelm Co.
SEYBOLD BUILDING, MIAMI
PHONE 3790402
BILL ENGLISH
12123 S. 43rd St
MIAMI. FLORIDA 33 5
Phtns 221-2224
BROTHERHOOD GREETINGS FROM .
TRI CITY ELECTRIC COMPANY
2900 N.W. 7th Street, Miami
Phone 642-7822


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324 NE 13th STREET
Phone 3717804
MANUFACTURERS
RFTAtl
|Frs>>r>9 Tackle Repairing
Marine Equipment
Greetings To All
Aaron Kapit
DESK
nCBANGE
HW NE 4-4024
** nd Used Office
Furniture
NW. 35th STREET
nood Greetings From
BALDWIN
Mortage Co.
BALDWIN
W Agency. Inc.
'NONE FR 4-8)81
m*
fwBUd., Miami
sits. tape recorders and various
i lectrical appliances remain the
same following h heavy tax riae
on Hi. mi last year. Thegpvcrn-
nii'nt considers its new tun ea-
aeritial forfrevi rrae perpdaes ami
to hold down Inflation It does
not xpect a consumer ret oil
i Sowrnment soun in ( that
automobili s and otto r hard
goods affected by t h. new taxes
count I*" l <>! i.it. percent of Ii it *;
living Indi \
First Aid Committee For
100 Lincoln Road Tenants
Samuel r?w president of the
100 l.i' Men's Social
i Nil. hai a h ted an rmergi
romrrrittet to render first aid t.>
the btilldtn r"s tenants whenever a
n ed shmiiti aataa, Nat Friedman,
,i Red Cross coursi graduate who
|mn nally saved the lives of two
persona in recent incidents, his
>. en put in charge ol a committee
compost .1 oi Eh n (K)!itman. I//y
Suffer, r.i Schwell, Moe Reiffen.
J.ick Pludo and Abe Roaner and
u ill supervise their training in n *
cu* work.
Rubin Cohm Will
Lecture Ai Barry
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Bat '
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P rehfl in th >1
*>gnor W i Memorial
I ii rarj
I Rabbi Cohen of the United He-
in w Congn Ration Ti ire Haute
Iiiti. will til* lists' "The Hopeful
Prend lr Religious Kcurnenlsm on
1' liege Camt>i i and In the
f'omn lecturer In
Jewish Hist au-
thored sewi itions on Ju-
aism.
An outst
'nh. 'i ha i ed bel cl
an.I colli and ha per-
iled i
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i ha|
tentiar> an ; as halrmai of vari-
ous edu< ati n il mental health
H :"
I Community Sinjjers
Issue An Invitation
The Miami Beach Community
Singers have Issued an invitation
to thi1 public to participate in an
vening of entertainment, singirc.
dancing and refreshments in the
A social evening will tie held by auditorium of tin Washington
the group "i the club auditorium
Thursday eventaBg, M>. 36 Mr.
Friedman la heading the commit-'
ii. '..r the event assisted hr Phil
it/, club stiu.inl. Harrj Si m 1
i and Mr Saifl r
Federal. 1234 Washington Aw..
beginning at 8 p.m. Saturday,
!' b 28 The singi is haw i"
cultural music to this
nri a for tl past 17 j ai -
the A:r.o:
Flcrida .* .
it Youth
Zrjrjik Alcph
M.cha* KatS, representing
Organization, ahowa South
BBYO Counc:l sub-committee Israel's borderlines wl
must be protected during current pt ri< Prom left
are Marc Shopmn. Council preeidi "s, vice
president; Michaal Katz; Girt Bos*.: la Region
director of the B'nai B'rith Youth O- Ti'H I>ubbin.
BrotherHood Greetings From
N. DAVIS &
COMPANY.
JEWELERS
310-312 SEYBOLO BUILDING
36 N E *? STREET
^^ahoad Sreanng,
** *ACX FAMrlY
Miami
Fod Store
45 N*14H, Street
^V Payf air"
VfefAarhood Greetings
Gold Seal
Bakery
2239 Coral Way
(off 22nd Ave.)
Phone 444-9330
BROTHERHOOD GREETINGS
TO Alt OUR
FRIENDS & CLIENTS
Alexander's
AIRLINES
AUTO
RENT-A-CAR
Ph. 634-8585
2699 N.W. 42 AVE.
LeJeune Rd Miami
TROPICAL
STUDIOS
PORTRAITS. COPIES,
PHOTOSTATS 4 PASSPORT
PHC "OS HOME SITTINGS
125 NE 2nd Street
FR 3-0204
MM0T WISHES
from
Aerodex, Inc.
Aircraft Engines
SoocMfisrs
Miami International
Airport
887-0241
I. M. Lelchuk, vice president of American Savings and Loan
Association of Miami Beach, is shown presenting to Stanard
Evans, cf the English Department of Miami Beach High
School, entry forms for the annual Essay Contest promoted
by the Advertising Club of Greater Miami Participation of
Miami Beach High School in the contest is being sponsored
by American Savings as it has been for the past few years.
Mr. Evans is the faculty advisor of the Beachcomber. Miami
Beach High's student newspaper.
BROTHERHOOD GREETINGS TO AIL
OUR JEWISH FRIENDS AND MEMBERS
Y.M.C.A. of GREATER MIAMI
40 NE. 3rd Avenoe
riNGS
American Sightseeing Tours
1 N.W. Le Jeune Read V a
FOR INFORMATION and RESERVATIONS
PHONE 6330281
: ROTM6RHC D GREETINGS TO ALL
SOUTH FLORIDA NURSERIES, INC.
3475 N.W. 151$t STREET
Opa-Locka Phone 681-8511
"WHOLESALE ONLY"
E = C'"--:"lOODGREETINC-= 70 ALL
Ol IKKlllOIT JEWELERS
YOUR SOUTH MIAMI JEWELER
7220 RED ROAD (Crossroad Bldg.
Ph. 665-2112
BROTHER-OCD GREETINGS TO ALL
LOUIS R. CLERICO ASSOCIATES, INC.
801 S BAYSHORE DRIVE
Phone 377-1446
BROTHERHOOD GREETINGS TC Ail
NORTH DAVi: WIIJIIM-
510 NE. 167th Street North Miami Beach
Phone Wl 7-5309
Bi-c-'-ert-ood Gree'mgs To The Entire Jewish C:
REX E\<;RAVTNG OF MIAMI. INC.
5 "63 N.W. 6th St Miami

377-4761



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