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

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

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

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University of Florida
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ill Jewish Organizations Send Delegates To Emergency Conference
, Sunday ni flit's
nost
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week.
Miami Jet*
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took on new lance
(.f \mb terrorism again I
. H md '" ilians
. the lives of move th in 50
ma in Su it/.: I.mil. German}
I i
(,)'. renet officials reported
thai delegates and alternates
from -u.h irganlsatlons as Pio-
neer W imen,
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i
of America and the Jen It W
ins had
apond t.. invitation! ?.. tit out by
the Fi li i il n ifl.
Every unit i>: each Jewish or-
g inization In Greater M
Zionist and non-Zionist alike is
entitli'd t.> two di l< iti S and
alternate s
Mi >rt on S
ni-.';. |;,

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...mm of I ited I '
\; ; .' i] m ho m ill speak al
da) 's conferi nee, s lid .1 top Is-
rac i official also v ill part
in tH- one-nighl conclave.
The rinclpaJ purpose I the
-. gsion w ill be 1
: psolul ins on
thi '
t nd to organizi 1
to tin el
md nationa
lems 1 iction by a
the stn ngth ol the
Continued on Psgt 12-A
"Jewish Flariidian
Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WUKVf
Miami. Florida Friday. February 27, 1970
Sections Price 20c
World Outraged By Airline Attack
B> Sneeid Report
'SALEM Prime Minis-
;. :.
: iv rriminal lerous
I 1 up of a S ; n en-
tente ;"' ''";
17 p, ling 13
li tizeru ; which
. st-
. : .1 ill
s'i "'
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these
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. .1.. ml b it
nit> has
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Kept against rror-
ist attacks or c r tt svel
In a spec !h i' Knes-
K>| Mrs Ifeir sai I Israel will
ltd mil on
hef air routes .ind will do her
utmost to proUct them We ap-
peal 1' the nationa and interna-
tional bodies in the hope that
they will now take concrete sod
effective action."
The Prime Minister hart made
.in appeal on Mooda) to Inter-
national organisations and coun-
tii operating major iworld air-
lines tO take effective action to
curb terrorism tgalnst air travel.
She noted that the Aril- ten II
1st organizations which attack
civil aviation receive aid. mone)
bases and encouragement for
then- crimes from the Arab gov-
ernments.
Thr BwiaMr biptsslna was la
direct retaliation lor bsaal's
bombing of metal plant near
Cairo, Dr. Metodt. secretary -
si Of the ArUon Committee
on Arab-American Relation*. Je-
c lured.
Israeli officials wore hitter
over the swift suspension <>f m >d
ami cargo flights to Israel by
foreign .inline- Tins said luch
action-, were "playing into the
hands' ol terrorists and could
only encourage them to commit
new outrages. British Overseas
Alrw i) and British European
Airways were among the t rst lo
announce temporal") suspension
of mail and c irg 1 sen ice to
Tel Avi\
Aharon Remez, Israel's Am-
b iss idor to London, s lid the
British ail lines' embargo encour-
1 \- i'i 1.1:orism, and u :ed
immediate resumption of fre ;hl
and m ul service to Israel M iil
and freight bound for Israel had
Continued on P9 IS-A
w r e.
Israel In Mourning For
Air Crash Victims
pioneer of open heart surger)
in Israel who headed the cardio-
vascular department of the
Hadassah Hebrew University
Hospital in Jerusalem.
TEL AVIV IJTAI All of
Israel was In mourning this week
for the victims of Saturday's
Swissair disaster. The chief mil-
itary chaplain. Rabbi Shkmo
Goren flew to Zurich to help
identify the bodies of the Israelis --.,
aboard the plane, some of whom I ** fell 11 IT I I TPViS
were reportedly burned beyond UlUlUlU Viivnc
recognition when the jel crashed
in flames He will arrange for
the return of the remains to Is-
rael, .md those who cannot be
identified will interred in a
common grave.
2,000 Delegates To Attend
Inaugural Bond Conference
S 2.0 ten from
Jew immunities th iu [houl
the United S 1 md Canada
Wl/T, mtUU VICAl AUON
til's
'""' I the I "Til e.m-
' i Bonds which
vital role
" : nice isii
th< Fon-
1*70 In-
1 Confer-
Which is
>n- momle i r ib-
hces ,nd d an and
i"'1, ''- I me,,
*** Prim Minis,,, Yigaj
i).
Allon of Uriel is making a spe-
11 il trip to the United Stat >
in take part in the conference
and present a full picture of
Isra. Is economic situation to the
delegatea. He will be Joined on
the platform b) Mayor John V
Lindsay of New York Both men
will speak at the Inaugural Din-
ner climaxing the conference
Saturday evening
Samuel Rothberg, national
Campaign chairman ol the Israel
Bond Organization, i> serving as
chairman of the conference In
outlining plans for the meeting,
Mr Rothborg has indicated the
crucial Importance of economic
1. velopmenl to Israel's 1iture
and has |s>inl"d out that Isl lei
counts on Israel Bonds for al
least half of its Development
Budget of 1600.000000 for the
v SU r
Officers of the Inaugural Con-
faraneeCommittee are Mr. Roth-
berg and Louis H Boyar, na-
tior.al chairmen; Max Ahrams,
Jacob M \rvey. Amnon Bar-
neas, Ira GulMen, D Lou Har-
ris. Raymond ('.. Percbnan and
I>: Joseph J. Schwart.. CO-
ch airmen.
lhe opening session of the
conference is -.< luncheon meet-
ing featuring the world premiere
of the 1970 AU-Israel Fashion
Show .md inaugurating the 1970
campaign of the National Wom-
en's Division of the Israel Bond
Organization, of which Mrs Jan
Peerce la ch ilrman Mrs Itzhak
Rabin, wife of is' 1 Ambas-
md .1 to the United States, is
the principal speaker al the
luncheon.
The musical pro-ram tor the
Inaugural Dinner Saturday ve-
iling will he presented by Jan
Peerce, world-famous tenor ol
the Metropolitan Opera Con
pany. Bnd NeUnla Davrath, bril-
liant young Israeli SOOT mo
Scenes of bittei anguish took
p'nee at Lydda Airp. rt Saturday
where the families of passengers
had gathereJJ to await the arrlv-
al of the plane, unaware that
tragedy had struck. A chill went
through the crowd when an air-
line official invited all waiting
relatives into the VIP room and
announci-d that there were no
SU!\ !'. 01 s
A< he solemnly re id the p'<-
senger list, each name was greet-
ed with a scream of despair.
Tragedy was written on the face
of each one at the air termini!.
rdless of whether he had rel-
atives aboard the ill-fated flight.
Hanoch Le\ Kochav. an old
friend and associate of D
Premier Yigal Allon. w is one >l
the victims. The 11-year-old Pal-
mach veteran and law teacher
u is director-g< m ral ol the Pub-
lie Works Ministry when Mr,
ah m was Minister of Labor
Another prominent victim was
Pro! Hanoch Melvidzky, 58. a
Stop Work
Egyptian and Israeli war-
p inea traded raids across the
Sue/ Canal Monday nijht and
Tuesday in a resumption of their
aerial battles which produced
few claims and no admissions o:
damage or casualties
At Heathrow Airport in Lon-
don, meanwhile, ground orews
announced a total work st>v-
page against eight Arab airlines
operating in the British capital
and a partial stoppage against
El Al Israel Airlines.
A spokesman for BOAC said.
We have decided on this be-
cause we fear inadequate secur-
ity." The stoppage threatened
to close down the operation of
the Arab lines who dr|M'iid on
BOAC crews for refueling md
mound maintenance. El Al has
it- own ground crews, and thus
w.a- able to continue sen ice
In another development \
France and KLM lifted their
embargoes on mail and fr
shipments to Israel Tuesd iy fol-
lowing the establishment of new
security me isurcs.
Administration to
Sell Israel Planes
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IN THIS ISSUE -
4 A Sermon
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Bar M.tvh 10B Syn,goaut 10
C.na...sni '"A r^ ^^
Cohn S-A
0 n Weddingi 8B
Dining B-B
Engagtn'ti B-9B wommi
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NEW YORK The Columbi i
Broadcasting System has quoted
"highly reliable sources" as say-
ing that the Nixon Administra-
tion has agreed to supply Israel
with more sophi-ticated military
,v, ,; ,iis including at least 25
additional Phantom supersonic
jet aircraft
The CBS broadcast said that
President NiXOn would make the
announcement early in March,
and added that if cither France
or the Soviet Union agree to stop
supplying the Arab states, the
amount of new aid to Israel
would be sharply reduced.
Israel- Premier Golds Men-
told the nation Tuesday night
that the U.S.S R. "iS as much an
enemy as Nasser' beCaUS
greatl) increased Comm it si
militar) assistance to the Ut
Arab Republic anil other nations
hostile to Israel
Foreign Minister Abba I
,,,, ved ass i ances ot continu-
ing West i ierm in friendship I i
Israel during his visit in B n
but apparently did not get th
amount of economic support he
had sought His trip, which in-
cluded an emotional 'our of the
former Naxi concentration
at Dachau, marked the firs'
visi, to German) by a top-level
Israeli official.


Fnge 2-A
+J(n ist rkricfiar
Friday, February 27,
!37
Rosichan Named To Pos
Executive Vice President
.v- TempleNerTamid
sl 1M Hears Rabbi Am
Arthur S Rodehan has Wvn
i..mi il ivriiin,1 vice 1'ivsiili'nl of
the Greater Miami Jiwi.-h Fecks
Hon, Milton Weiss, FVderaMB
president has announoad, noting
that Mi". Rosichan recently com-
pieted ins tenth year as the Fed-
, it: Hi's executive director.
"It is now anticipated that
Arthur Rosichan will be able to
. himai If to comrounil
t viti rial asslgnmenta on
behalf of the Federation." Mr.
Weiss I 'This will I p u
beca -- >
rive responsibilities have been les>
s. ned and he w
handle new ventur -
Uon (which have nol been ex
. ,t in the
Mr. W< iss r port ri thai d
Mr. Roaicfaan's tenure as execu-
tive director, the Greater Miami
Jewish Federation has had i
markable growth In terms ol dol-
lars raised, numbers of contribu-
t rs added to the rolls, and in
programs developed and com-
peted.
Mr. Rosichan. a | rot", ssiortal
s *-iai worker for 42 years, is a
Avraham Avidar Is
Menorah Lecturer
Israel's Minister .if Inform itior
W ish :-._ c D C will lei
tho thir I I --" "" TV "
Menorah so- s Tb> C ge of I
the Sei enti a. a> id
A nd Is Is
Exist* nee P >-- lee-
will begin S pas ;: '"
- nctuarj, and ith
period.
Th-"
I ]
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the I" > ....."<"""'-
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iVar in 1948. Mr
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supersedes i

ARTHUR KOSICHAN
rfaduate of the School of JewWi
Social Work. He had been the
ration executive in Montreal
in 1 Buff do before moving t >
Miami. Among his other prof- s-
siona! assignments, he was a re-
gional director for the Council of
Jewish Federations and Welfare
Funds. He has guided missions to
li-rat! six times in the last six
years, and most rec I it served
as a consultant to Israel's Conl
i -,- i iman N eds, which 1
in Jl :n. 1969
"

Ires
rreeation ol Temple Ner Tamid
s nday.
Xh< Rabl v hj is known inter-
na s Good Will Am-
i,,., u for ttM s. miaary." "'---1
.. : of Practical
R ibbinical School
th S. mil irj V fon Prej
; -. R ibbinical Ass I j
Vmci i I Ai rt served as
v!l., pns Rabbinical
v i and was chair-
; Book
., thi I'nii
Dg lr his early yi
l. th S

: Pa
S
He is '
: which an con i tarj
liturgy >f N"' Vi '
and t.'-' Day ol Atom im :-t. en-
titled, "Justice and Mercy." His
i will be, 'The Innei Light
f Judaism."
Mtwibera of Ner Tamid and their
invited guests are cordially b>
.:t,,i to attend this lecture which
will be held in the Sklar Audi-
torium of the Tom:.'..
In time of Crisis we must con-
tinue, to purchase ISRAEL
BONDS to keep Israel eco-
nomically strong and produc-
tive.
Mayshie Friedberg
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WITHOUT SPENDING A DIME!
Funds earned by the Jewish Home for the Aged
Thrift Shop at 7300 N.W. 27th Avenue, in Miami,
are an important part of the Home's operating
income.
Won't you help the Home today by contributing
items for resale at the Thrift Shop?
Do you have furniture, appliances, bedding,
cameras, clothing, sporting goods or any other
saleable merchandise which you no longer need
or can use?
Do you know someone, a friend or a neighbor, .
who is redecorating? Perhaps a hotel, an apart- j
ment house. Tell them about otfl Thrift Shop. j
Douglas Gardens has serious financial needs, j
since 80 of its 222 residents are public welfare i
recipients. With increased operating costs, and I
public assistance payments in Florida the lowest I
of all states, the Home urgently needs your help
to maintain its high quality care. May we count
on your support?
Just phone 696-2101 and arrange for our truck
to pick up your merchandise.
And remember contributions to the Thrift
Shop are tax deductible.
The Douglas Gardens family residents,
Board and staff thank you.
AARON KRAVITZ
JHA Vice President
Chairman
Thrift Shop Committee
JEWISH HOME FOR THE AGFD
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February 27. 1970
"*"'*/ Ihrirgitr
Page 3-A
Lnlpidou Explains French 1*08111011
!( ill *'|0^,
Frano '
a .1 counter-
penetration ol
Ir-.i-'1''
p impidou -'i"1
,is nation's m
. sal.- I"
ian 100 Jet "-
/tho effort made
. contiim
I
world affairs

,.. camp ">"
the
'
M.'V I
M Pompidou
convince 'he
thai ih.
KB endeavor to
, ^ministration
o( prance Is not
but i> Si a French
,i, Mi dit< rri m an
V
area Mid aww
weight to Soviet
thi region.
Hf remarks were made in an
addeca to 0m .vnion.il Prats
Club which followed two hours
df talks with E*resldent Richard
M. rfbmn it the White House
The discuatlont were believed
ti> have (( ntered on the Libyan
sale, ami on Prance's refusal to
release 90 ol its Mirage [eta to
Israel, although Israel had pur-
chased them prior to the Six-
Day War
Pompidou, wrv arrived at An-
drews AFB Monday for a nine-
day official visit, wax \\hisk to the p' dentl tl re1
al < "amp D i> Id, Md., where he
was r.....ted by President Nix >n
Administration officials report-
edly were concerned lest dem-
onstrations protesting France's
Middle Bmt pbllcj ereafe un-
pleasant incidents during his
visit.
A- far as Piesidenl Nixon and
his advisors are concerned, the
\i~it of M. Pompidou is viewed
as ,.;i effort to repair Franco-
American relations which suf-
fered some severe strains dur-
ing the tenure of former Presl-
d( nt Charles de Gaulle.
A protest raly igainst French
government policies was staged
Monday un '< r the iponsorehipof
the Jewish Community Council
of Greater Washington. An esti-
mated 1,000 persons participated
in the rally in Lafayette Park,
directly across from the White
House, and then marched to the
Washington M mument grounds
a quarter ol a mile awaj
'1 he rlemoi i. h i about
for a short while before b
ning ii aditional 1staeli t 1;
.i inces ind songs Their pi
road "/ reach I > -. ii 1'ir 1-. ace
is a Mirage" and "'Mva La
Franci Ba i : idou
ScTT-my Davis Jr., who recently visited Israel and enter-
tained wounded soldiers in hospitals near the front lines,
receives an award ::i recognition of his role in mobilizing
support for the State of Israel at a meeting of Israel Bond
leaders. With h:m are Samuel Rothberg. national
campaign chairman of the Israel Bond Organization, and
Col. jeeeb M. Arvey (foreground) Israel Bonds' honorary
chairman for Chicago, at the meeting held in conjunction
with the Israel Bond Inaugural Conference, being held at
:he Fcntainebleau Hotel this weekend.
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p m S iturd ij In the 1
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Taylor and Gordon Mahi
Shrine Circus Cochairmen
Newell Taylor al Miami Shores
and Geoi..... Gordon ol Miami have
been named cochairmen of the
1870 Main Shnne Circus Commit-
tee Shrine Potentate Donald Wes-
s-11 h > innounccd Proee,.*ds from
the Tom P ck '.-i m. circus and
carnival which begin* in Tropical
Park Tuesday evening, March IT
will kii in benefit underprivileg d
and h in licapi"'. i h Idren Th<
Shrine has reserved the mornin
pei form i io S itur I iv. M-n ch 21.
for an estim iti I 20.000 undei -r i
I and h in lie ipped rhildrei
n this area
\ so t to *ei \.....i ihi
('ireus ('ommit lee w re Nat V<
. n i v i in.. Ron Ne :us M-
ton Piei -. n and Chuck Zink Thi
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perfoi i m I Friday
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CHAIM WEIZMAN
FARBAND L.Z.O.
ANNUAL COMBINED
JEWISH APPEAL -
ISRAEL EMERGENCY
FUND RALLY
Sunday, March 1, 1970 at 12 Noon
Algiers Hotel Donation $2.50
Luncheon and Concert
GUEST SPEAKERS:
RABBI IRVING LEHRMAN
of Temple Emanu-El
LT. COL. DAN MICHAELI
of Israel
MUSICAL PROGRAM WITH CANTOR ZVI ADIER
AND SCHMUEL FERSHK0
Members and friends of the labor Zionist Movement
are invited to this Gala Affair. Come and Demonstrate
your solidarity wifh the State of Israel.
MOE LEVIN, Chairman
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Number 9
i
Terror The Instrument Of Madman
There is r.: scrtisrccr :cr. .n stctir.rr the: the civiUiad
vor'.i must now see clearly the character c: the terrorists
vhc e tr. ccr.trcl c: th.e Arch states raairing war or: Is-
rael :c: the iecth c: sc any whose lives were Ir. r.c -vcv
tree to tee >wrsi state is a Tragedy which transcends
War itself is humanity's curse but at least there is
the excuse ci selr^iererrse it net seli-irferest But what ex-
cuse can there be tor the wanton and deliberate ialliac ot
innocent people except that c: insanity? Terror is the in-
strument c: maamen. The leaders c: those natrons support-
ing the rr.aarr.en should pause ana ccns.aer their c at-
M actions in providing the weapons and economic aid
when keep the Middle East m a censtant state c: rurrr.ril
It is plain to see the hostilities cannot be contained
Switzerland Austria German-.- Greecewho s next"
Committee Effective Spokesman
rutorts to create a saona and permanent Middle East
Committee in the Greater Miam. Jewish community :cme
to a dim-ax thus Sunday nicrht when a meeting tor that pur-
pose is held at Temple Israel The need for ccr.rmuing
education and action in thus special area is evident as is
the necessity tor an orq-aruiotrcn devoted excrusively c
the problems c: the Middle East By rrcthering together ell
the "ewjsh :ns^utroris and voices which have expressed
their interest a Ma ale East Committee to serve as an
e-rtective spokesman set the oornmunity s concern under
the rru.dance oe -he Jewish Federation will be termed.
Hope For Valid, Useful Information
Greater Miami s m-depth pamcipanon in the hrst
Ncncnal "ew-sh Populahcn Study ot the Council at Jewish
rederations and Welrare Funds should pre.de rmponcnr
aa-a en the suse c-ompc-sincn and atn-udes ct cur rc-m-
muniry Believed tc he the rastest rrrrrwurc Jew-sh rommu-
~-ty -a me Vmted States^r: posmen once he-Id by Los
AncelesGreater Nfuarru poses a lot ot rruesaens which
may deeermme me future course oc the Jewish oeooie m
As an instance a study acne m the Los Angeles ar
ry ne same soc-al scientists who are dome both the na-
ncnal and NLarrru pro ects revealed that only 11S ot 'he
.aennnarle 'ews relanged to "ewish iMfyii'i ens r-.d
wf *' synago-rr-es. Regular readers x The Jewish
-^"-di^ mjcht get the rmrxession "here ^ are-ater atTolve-
ment here oase-d en sc many .--- ---y--- ourl.c.-v
but thus can be verv deceiT-_na
Opportunity For Continued Support
Comment
If Z" is about Greece, then
wtaeR :> Gn: '^ ;t u
turn aritli Ens i
. til Si b A--
newr If it is about a police state
:r. a remote lard who are ."
Pa^. CXNeUl? LI I
ttkc denied of tup-
.. h '. our
i a In arc John St
Warren B :-;''
Thai :<
ran aihkh ran
v*. CAOWI .
!
in S sent it 1
y, but it
is Hfficu t not X
.
a the so own
.!* :-. \Va>-ir!Cto-
as i' -. aeen it
ft \ : "
I at Dadelarsc take with :
H '
(the past wei k-
end that to me an iciiuane.
that mak- Z' a convneni
that mteila beyond thf tnacedy
o: Greece.
Qnqna tkat Park. A q
for famines i daj- of rest
roraed :.-.to a battiegrour. I It
i .- it as a gam I
a ace bet
.
rights i bsti rant Last
lav the Hera: i I ports tha
beta -
>-o*ir!$ men and won
styk kr M i a groc,
M
:
rar:-: : wen iaWOiV-
ei ir. every fight 7- -.--
-l aaaong
aangtuirt'vt. btarded jwHlat
ttarted ai threw i
: < '. American
M i~6 trader fiiili
'. oaeac bar
men .- I : re -
as CharJes "' Wt
. immunitts
ipen-
listic
- Finally, it at told, after
who
a : art hi : il ro n
otbes rdered the
n out of the jiaik
Thej sted two or the n.
t;. -. 1 *
In Atlanta tn Chief Jiartke
Supreme
President
to a
- ninds 100111 th'
ha. Although they spoke
proupa, a
bnenti by
It ration n
......-as a clastic
\. rime of con-
to Jubvi : tn First
Ac: a -
nouno'd th liberal
media tine "drra-
I to I'PI. Warren
Burger charged that the tele-
ry neeils people
car. take care of basic
He hs : n q aa ted thai b
\t>T sr^ radio reportine not
:: ssed
- Bar A--

I I
tnt son IV < liter to
it ot con-
text t it dr." In
.....
that
ABA was
a ind 1
aea n In
Gen-
unues t I from
at nas ftr-

i it u.iU -W ir.t-rest:nc to
wat the Bun
I 1 -
ae first Anwfadment I
by EDWARD C0HE>
The remed;. "
BtOT John Stl -
the OaaTUI '
by Black }',.
Chicago 7" fa) a 1 -
amendment tha* v<
ilar ciicumsta:
right of trial t- :
sist. I do not n
defend the ad
there or the
treat the pr-
!. ge. for I ha\r fait I
". natt triurr,; I
tire. So much fait!
sider both th Si
.n.i the iiLr .
versrve of tha
It has r-
that all tne Ni Left
crmj.lis.T<-d is th- 1
N m Right.
And. finally
as a sad 1 11- ;
denying that tr-
ier-national Leagua
and Freedom four
bv the great hi:r"^- 1
Addams. is a frt I
Juxtapose this ~ .<
article en Iffaurd n Pi
- arty appoint- d 1
Activities
which, after years
.rout reaii> I
into radical-rn-v
tions "The peo|
are fed up a
ing on Th- j
-
On. can ur>
uithout s>ting a
of cours- S -
rtrad

its tow-key lira.- ...
terrifying cor
mocrdcy an.'.
. -
ird.
-.

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MATTER OF FACT
by JOSEPH ALSOP
WASHINGTONThe Y
,y. .----... .-
-
I > aaar ^r ?'..
::" i- s 1 7" .
t..- :":r the sa_e a r"-a
>
omfcr -urr.ts ot >.
- r
tongues hanp-
ng
r tang an -.:-.. ng
they hope to get a
ir,: .i President Niv ..... -
announcv a f-_: ; Phan-
ind Sky hawk fighter-bomb-
-. Isra<: Egypt's Gama! Ab-
Maaaer has already bl.a
declared that such an an-
HHimpm
srtmi*tm**r
no taaseaai r.t ariO b 1 I
for a nuijor assult on I 5 |
conosswns througho :r I
Y+sl ux-lu-hnj: Lit
Ever since Gen. Di 'j
a<1option of a pro-Arat
the Sw-Day War. Fren ha I
haw been at work in -
Arabia and the gulf cos
K, smoothly offerir.; .-. : |
alteinati\e" to th
o-ssions of th.
Americans. But th. betl I
fairly heavy that in
wUJ not succeed ir. t
ducing countries east f S
It can aaall N' -..f
Ijbj-a. howewr. h rt\x)lutionary goven
if antq
influenced by Nasser A
x 1 faa ol malar '. S '
hold major
1 with .'
oil.
Th*<' Lib\sn ei
, :rn
naaakfj yean Getung
all of this for Fi
eiearty be ar
I strike at
-Saxons.
N ranaj
1 an is. of 1
and square. ho 1
it aaay ^,-t But wha-
on in Iub\a r<
polfc-\ -making, all the -
the- French grab :
can only aawaad '
wcteatl because r '
NhOM decides to meet [si
desperate defense needs
laaPeteaA


February
27. 1970
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^deration Governed By New 45-Man Board
'
loard of Direc- period of oaprtopdpnted growth been retained and strengthen, d
I 13 ,,,:miiitt..', and pro^n ss stat.nl Weiss. As ,w Federation*! I>asic link to th
be the to,.
p *

I

*
Boan
a result, it had become hum
ingry evident, ecpecteUy over the
last tow years, that the time had
to modernize and update
rnors
..in-v> mi the Greater
' ^ I ration. This
V J al two meet- come
., the Federa- Federations governing structure.'
A number of sugg-stions for re-
vising the governing structure I
have been analyzed for the past
two yeais by Federation'i By-Laws
( omniittee. under the chairman- ,
ship "i Robert H. Traurig. The re-
sults of that study led to the for-
bership, ten at-lurp. menibors ap-
pointed by th- President, and the
.' wish community and its various -'i.-sident ot the Women's Division,
organi/atioi.s. and.it will retain its
advisory function to the Board of! Ml v;,i*s expressed confidence
Direct..is ; that the new B<>;ud of Directors
will more adrqu.-ttehv fulfill KcnYr.i-
Mr Weiss emphasized the con- ,wll-s objectives. "Because of It*
t.nued important role of the Board comi>osition an.i size it will also
Governors, which consists of
I !t>' to the By-Laws Committee
for its devoti many community leaders for id--as
and suggestions, as well as re*lew-
ing By-Laws of other federations
throughout the country.

net d for
ration
:, h id been
rs
rvi
I -it
: ,n ns gO-
: \ I- Wl 'I ,
the J.wish
r Miami and
f '"
iti
: ,1 -
. lation .'f a Board "t Directors .is
a major policy letting body
Tile Board of Governors has
>t
i epreaentativi s ,,i verj majoi
Jewish organization in Dade Coun-
ty, as wi h as a number of pi
; ppointi .1 at-lai ge.
The new Board i Direct irs will
! -.si ot Federation's ten offic-
ers, Its -i"it --ii -.>:>-1 Dissidents,
ten members elected by the mom-
I), a more activ.' body with gi rat-
er involvement." Weiss said.
"Therefore." he added, 'it will r>'
bi tter able to discharge its reap n-
bibility for establishing Fed. ra-
tion policy, thereby guarantee Ing
the trust placed in it by the Jew-
ish community of Greater Miami."
In closing. Mr. Weiss paid tri-
Kaltlii Labovitz Speaker
Brandeis District. ZOA, will f. ,-
ture one of its own members, Dr.
Eugene Labovitz of Tempi.' Ner
Tamid. as guest speaker at Its S
p.m. Monday meeting in the Wash-
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Dr. Rabbi Labovitz has been the
recipient Of the Jerusalem Lib- .-
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follow the meeting. President >
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Friday, Februa
*Y 27. 19
Testimonial Dinner To
Honor Abe Panzers
Alsop
The Sky Lake SynagQgne-1 con-
gregation, Sistorhood and Young
Couples Club arc jointly spatvor-
ing a testimonial dinnor in honor
of it- pn sident and Jiis wife at
iho Deauville Hotel Sunday ve-
iling March s. according to an an-
nouncement made by Haul Venae,
chairman of the dinner committee.


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M. and M$. ABf PANZC*
A Souvenir Jour al dedicated to
Mr. and Mrs. Abe Panzer, th.
honorees, will lie, present) d it that
time, he 8 '
R dent!; ol the Sk) i .
di ns (" ;. Mr. Panzei
who has been president of the
congregation for the past two
rs. in I his w ife, Irma, came to
x i; M Beach from New
York Citj four years ago. They
imm< liatelj identified themselves
with the Sky Lake Synagogue, and
it has subsequently achieved its.
_ eal *1 nieasun of success under
his i. ad i ship, Mr. Venze -
Mr. Panzer, who came to Amor-.
Ic i from (I ilicia after receiving his
WELCOME
NEWCOMERS
vVe Art
vH PLYWOOD
X INTERIORS i%
elementary education, attended the
Baton do Hii-sh Trade School in
NV.v York and later studied elec-
trical engineering at the Hebrew
Technical Institute. He established
the Panzer Electrical Contracting
and Sound Engineering Company
in 1826.
A Mason and Past Grand Mas-
ter of the Odd Fellows Lodge in
Brooklyn Mr. Panzer served as;
president of the Tcfercth Israel |
Synagogue in Brooklyn for two
years. He had previously served
,v"- eor'"-'"Tation as treasurer for
three years.
Rabbi Jonah E. Caplan will de-
liver the main address at the din-
ner: the presentation "ill be mad.
to Mr. Panzer by Paul Venze and
Mrs, Panzer will receive an award
from the Sisterhood, which will be .
presented by its president. Mrs
Herman Ehrlich. Entertainment
and dancing will follow.
Servins as host "swes for the oc-
c sim ;ii be Mrs. Herman Rhr-
lich. Mrs. Asheri Enoelman, Mrs
Max Heimowitz, Mrs. Stanley Kes-
tin. Mrs. Bruche Rosen and Mrs.
Paul Venze.
Mrs. Bernard Farber and Mrs
I.aura Greenwald arc serving as
the coord'natin? committee. Mem-
bers of the fournal and dinner
committee include Abe Panzer,
honorary chairman: Paul Venze,
chairman- I.e.i Nel treasurer:
Mr and Mrs. Ben Barg, Mr. and
Mrs. Louis Cohen. Mr. and Mrs.
Herman Ehrlich, Mr. and Mrs
Philip Kfros. Mr. ind Mrs A- le
Engelman, Mr. ami Mrs. Sidnev
Hechtman, Mr. an l Mrs Max
Heimowitz, Mr. and Mrs. Norman
("apian. Mr. and Mrs Stanley Kcs-
tin. Alois Levine:
Also Mr. and Mrs. Norman Lieh-
erman. Mr. and Mrs Leo Nelson.
Mrs. Rose Nudolman. Mrs. Abe
Panzer. Mr. and Mrs. Donald Pick-
er. Mrs. Bruche Rosen. Mrs, Fanny
Schechter. Mr. and Mrs. William
Siegel, Mr. and Mrs. Theodore
Sigman. Mr. and Mrs. Howard
Treitman, Mr. and Mrs. Elmer
Udell, Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence
Udell and Mrs. Paul Venze.
Continued tram Page *
This should be enough to in-
dicate Why the decision Ofl new
planes for Israel will not be
an easy one for the President.
There "are other factors, too. A
dYtat by pro-Nasser junior |
Officers in Saudi Arabia was
planned to coincide with the
coup that produced the present
Libyan government. And there
are indications the Soviets had
some share in the planning,
along with the Egyptians.
That time. King Faisal of
Saudi Arabia neatly caught the
plottC But if the Israelis get
the additional planes they need
from the United States, the at-
mospheie will ix- heated In a way
that will greatly aid future plot-
ting of the same sort.
Even so. President Nixon has
no real choice, as one hopes he
realizes, except to damn the
French. Soviet and Egyptian
torpedoes, and to give Israel
the right to buy the requested
American aircraft. Israel's air
force has no other source of sup-
ply, except this country. And
Israel's survival now depends
on an air force strong enough to
maintain her present air su-
premacy.
It is inconceivable that the
President will risk Israel's non-
survivaL The rejection of this
country's moral rcs|x>nsibility
would be too hideous to contem-
plate. The consequences of a fail-
ure of Israel's defenses would be
horrible in a fegrec that hardly
b< ars thinking about.
But one- again, there are other
factors to consider, too: in his
admirable last note to the So-
viets on the Middle Eastern
troubles, President Nixon Spoke
his mind with bold, though
reasonable Hrmneas. Much now
depends, therefore, on whether
the Kremlin judges the Presi-
dent was bluffing in that note
Dr instead concludes that I'.S.
policy is genuinely firm.
If the Kremlin detects an ele-
ment of bluff in the President's
posture, the Soviets may well
decide thej can afford to take
even stronger measures to aid
the wretched Nasser for In-
stance, !>/ permitting Russian
soldi, rs to take direct control
i f much or all of he grossly
mismanaged Egyptian air de-
fense system.
This is already a grave danger.
The Soviets arc widely expected
to gh> Nasser more advanced
antiaircraft missiles. But it is
bard to believe the r.ussi
do this, without sen-lmg RuJ3
crews along with uw misJ
After all. the main victim,
the Soviet cam-2 nassuej
ready given to the EgjrwJ
have been Egyptian aircr
also Soviet-supplied, and
down by error of the EgypflJ
air defense apntrollers.
For President Nixon, therctJ
ewry sound argument is on
Ide of a posture of .-xtron
limitless. Evan it he .1, lays
decision on the Israeli plane*.
trus t-i keep it under the tabU
it will bo dangerous For onl
extreme firmness in the whig
House will discourage th. Knn
ltd from taking undue risks
the Middle Fast.
Rabbi Berger Presents
Jewish News Survey
Rabbi M ixwell Berger will ..
vey, report, evaluate
news (.i Jewish and : .. ,|
nificance and interest at th,' On
Shabbat bnmediatel> I \
Temple Zamora's Frlda>
services, In a continuation of
practice he initiated last year
Louis Ahreiss i- presided
Temple Zaasora. the onl> Con
ative synagague in Coral Gash
Richard S. Rrowdv is Its cat
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27. 1970
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Page 7-A
Technion Dinner Draws Many Dignitaries
Special Quests At Dinner
Technion Dinner Planners
.u ramous physicist, Di
feTSSS *& be
KrSCCnu.. dinner of th.
I Tvchnion Society, to b.
ESl35"TnJiw March 7 J
CWent and Director of the
l;" i.tt Reararch Labora-
fer?Sntro*it,i.U.S.Gov.
KJlSSulUnl and advisor
I uracl and to the
I oV.Kantr.........."be
Lr Nainnaliv-' "' ol Amert-
t Technion Sork-tj who is an
Erutnt ol the L'nion Carbk*
I,,:-, Mi member of
I rd ol
I
I UUl An-
nual Technological Conference "i
Science and Technology In brad
and the Middle Eaat
Car! Alpert, \'i<" Chairman of
the Board oi Qovernon <>f the
rechnion-Israel Institute of Tech-
nology "he only Engineering Uni-
versity In thr Middle East), will
make B Special apjicaranco at the
i.r He will convey a vital
i. asage of current concern.
Mr. AJpert, renowned Inter-
nationally syndicated columnist,
ivhose artlrlea appear locally in
tin- Jewish Floritlian. is considered
one "f the most knowlegable au-
thorities in Israel today
Reservations for the dinner can
i. made at the An* rican Technion
Office, one Lincoln Road, Miami
IV ach. Tel. 538-4231.
Dr. Irving lehrman
E. Albert Pollot
Harry DeJur
Jacob Rifkin
Harry DeJur To Be Honored
Harry DeJur is being honored Board, American Technion Society,
bj the American Technion Society Dinner chairman is I. Albert
in recognition ol his distinctive cf- Ballot. lit has served in various
I .it- .u.il contributions in building offices ol B'nai B'rith, is n past
phoning [\ chnion-Isi u
I itut'.' ol Tc < hnologj and there-
>ai i-
fi-eciloms .il
- i
Hoi
Ja Rifkil >i'li nl of I
Soutl '. ipl \ i i. ii
. H eo-
n is D 1. '' l
. Ti mple manu-
and National Membet ol the
.. ni> nt oi Disti icl Five, and i
Internal ional Vic Pi siiiei
.,i B'i ii B'i ith President
i ne K'-'l. i -
. >an Vss h ial ion,
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.-. [nstitul :' Technol-
lirectly from
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, ; Fontain bl< t Hotel, Satur-
March 7. E. Albert Pallot.
: chairman, has annum
the Dr. Arthur Gantrowitz, war)'
renowned physicist, who is the
lest speaker, Jacob Walter I'll-
an, new president of the Ameri
hnicn Society, who i- i
j from New York, ami Harrj
DeJur, retired industrialist, who v- .
t .. guest of honor. >
Mr. Alpert. an outstanding au-
;ty on Israel, and author of'
several books, is the well knowr [
Julius Darsky Is Named To
National Cabinet Of UJA
Julius Darsky. President of the
al Cinema Corporation's
Division, which
JULIUS DARSKY
owns the Pepsi-Cola ar.d 7 Up bot-
tling plant in Miami, has been
named to the National Campaign
Cabinet of the United Jewish Ap-
peal
Appointment of the Miami Beach
and Akron, Ohio, philanthropist
to th<> UJA's national advisory
rroup was announo d by i JA i
Edward Gins-
\ew
Mr. Darsky who has been ac-
L'nited J v '"
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Jewish V
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He is pa:
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ns, Shrine
and Rotary i '1 il s and is a m< m-
bei ol Stai lard Club and
v.. -. a i intry Club, in Miami.
He is pa*' I residi nt oi the Akron
Rehabilitative d nt< r and i asl
President of th> National Pepsi-
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Mr. Darsky and his wife, Rose
are the parents of three Richard.
an attorney. Mrs. Herbert >'. P dgi
of Coral Gables and Mrs. Stuart
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parents of five.
Javits Elected Officer
Of Mercantile National
CAUL ALPtKT
columnist whose reports from Is- i
rael are syndicated in several
hundred newspapers around the
world including The Jewish Flori-
dlan. He is vice chairman of the |
board of governors of Technion-Is-
racl Institute of Technology,
known as the MIT. of the Middle
East. Mr. Alpert will re|>ort on
the current status of the Middle
East conflicts, and how Technion :
relates to the explosive situation
and the role of the Technion as a
cornerstone of Israel's industrial
development and defense.
Technion the only Technological
University in Israel, is producing
new generations of Israeli-educat-
ed architects, town planners, civil
engineers and specialists in build-
ing materials. Israel is also bene-
fiting from space-age sanitation
skills taught in Technion"s Sani-
tary Engineering Laboratories.
Mr. Alpert will be in Miami for
one week prior to the dinner,
jiarticipating on radio and TV in-
terviews. He will also hold a press
conference during his stay.
Harry Javits. a veteran of 45
years in the banking field, has
been elected executive vice presi-
dent and a director of Mercantile
National Bank of Miami Beach.)
according to an announcement by
Malcolm Woldenberg. chairman of
the board. Mr. Javits will also
serve as senior loan officer for
th>- bank on Lincoln Mall.
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3': years ago. Mr. Javits was af-
filiated with the Bank of North
America in New York, which he
served as vice president. He has
been serving Miami National Bank
as executive vice president and
senior loan officer since becoming
a South Florida resident.
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the Pro-Bus Lodge of B'nai B'rith.
Miami Beach, and past chancellor
of the Knights of Pythias. He a
member of the Masonic Order, and
is active in behalf of State of Is-
rael Bonds, the United Jewish Ap-
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of B'nai B'rith. the Miami Beach
Chamber of Commerce, American
Red Cross and the Boy Scouts of
America.
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Islands. Their son, David, is a
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Friday, February 27, ic
THE RABBI SPEAKS FROM HIS PULPIT
A Dramatic Moment Of Communion
By: RABBI A. BEX-HILLEL
t'oncrecation I t/-< haim
M i.inii Hi-.n-h
This parshnh KI SISO contains
a most inspiring magnanimous
dramatic moment of the com
munion between the Omni|>oteHt
G-d of Israel ami his chosen people
of Israel through his chosen mes-
senger Moshe Rabeinu. It is the
last moment of Moshe Rabeinu's
^x>n Mount Sinai in learning and study-
ing the Law. which he is supposed
to bring down to the people of Is-
rael. It is so to say a moment of
"graduation."
Hashcm Isborach is handing- -in
a most solemn, heavenly way the
Luchos Hoadus to Moshe Rabeinu.
As we read (Exod 31.18 "And He
gave to Moses, when He had made
an i nd of speaking with him upon
Mount Sinai, the two tables, of
the testimony, tables of stone.
written with the finger of G-d."
'ify you. "It is a sign between me
and the children of Israel forever
The Talmud Tract. Shabbos 10:
comments upon the words "that to como up for the second luchus
the mountain the people gathered
themselves together unto Aaron
and said unto him. "Make us a
I god who shall go before us" .
Satan came and mixed up the
k world and through "Choshech"
I- a great darkness the satan
l>c humble, known mainly by his caust,d a darkness in the most
rood deeds and learning." Our nobu, concepts of intellectual un-
C'hazal also ascribes the failure (1(.rstanim,K ,iUd feelings of di-
(.i the first luchos to the "kolOS viniIy of nobility, of the true
Uvraktm And when Moses has Kdu8nani
Question
Box
* >-( may know": "Said the Holy One ;he Almighty is telling him "And Isn't it time for the American
to Moses: I possess in my inner- no man snan conH, ,,p wjth thee"} Jewry to start to dispel this Sa-i
possess in my
! most treasure chest, a wonderful
gift and Shabbos is its name, and
I want to give it a\va.v to Israel.
and by this they will know that I
am the Lord who sanctifies them." I
And upon the words "between
' me and the children of Israel," the :
Talmud Tract. Beit^a 16 com- j
ments: Said Rabbi Shimon Ben i
lYochai: All the Mitzvot that the
Holy One gave them He gave
them publicly except of Shabbos
which He gave them in intimacy, i
is it is written: "Between me I
and the Children of Israel." An
air of an intimate mystic heavenly
romantic mood and whisper, "Ke
vayochol", was prevailing in the i
last minute <.! handing over the
ii'ii commandments to Moshe
Rabeinu!
By RABBI SAMl KI. .1. FO\|
Why is it M"5t>varv to havl
candle* or lights burning in ii,l
Synagogue?
(Exod 34:3) See Rashi: "The first
luchos Ix'cause they were given
with pomp and spectacles with
sounds of fanfare, they were des-
troyed btcause there is no
greater beauty spiritual or
I hysical than modesty anil hum-
bleness- Tzenius!
And this asiH'ct of T/enius is
tank Choshech (Darkness) which; The Bible, in ,: .
la so gravely prevailing upon us' i teriof of f
i _. ;,n eternn
Must we always, as an affluent
golden Jewish society, tend to
disintegrate? As the tragic his-
toric phenomenon of Y.ashman
Yaivot" ... or can we finally burn
G-d's mortgages u|k>ii us in the !
And tl'is asp cl ol "T. i nius" ol
Intimacj an I huml li m as is sup-
Cose tn be a basic pr cepl of Jud-
spi cially in n gard to Tal-
mudei Chauehomim, leaders, rab-
s. and teachers of Israel. As the
Modi.i- i Rabbah of tins wet k
It w is a he..', nly heart-v
N ol Kolos Uvra-
if thundei jhl nings, of
>: i iku. inifes
. but ol i fatherly
a i ing of the Almightj G-d
into the i ars of Mos< is sen ant,
the Rabbi ol all Israel: "Mj u
Moses, I taught you my Torah,
but allow me to repeat my mi -
, ,'.. Ki chaloso that a
s.iciid wish, which you snail con- ., j. i
. .,, ,,, l hochom supposed to lv oi nnment-
vey to mv p.'ope. i I'Aodus 31:13 ... ,, .
,. .. ,, led with the knowledge of twenty-
And the I.iiid spoke iinin Moses ., in
, ... ... 'our books of the Tanach like a
saying: Speak unto the chi ilren ,. .. ... ,. ,
Kalloh is adorned with the tweniv-
of Israel saying verily ye shall ,,- kin,is of ornaments, and es-
keep My Sabbath for it is a sign peciatly they have to be iTbonua
between me and you throughout kechalo) the way a kalloh keeps
your generations that ye may her face vailed in t/nius and mo-
know I am the Lord, who sane- desty, so has a Talmud Cochom to
|uoting the prophet Michah 6:8
"It had been told thee, O, man
What the Lord doth require
of Thee. Only to do justly, to
love mercy and to walk humbly
with Thy G-d "see Tract
Vfakah 24.1
This parshah also contains the
of the most heinous betrayal,
or mistake of the peoj le of Israel
r, rains! their G-d the story of
thi G ildi n Calf. Due to Moshe
'.. beii u's fervent irresistible pleas
1; I for foregivem ss, w liich is
ntaii in the "Veyechal."
'. oshe .(Iiieh we read in all
,,,. ,s wnis i ur national las. days the almighty
Kechaloso" that a Talmud G-d forgave us as we read (Ex lus
."._':U" "And the I.oid repi llted ol
highly praised by our Chazal as a Maasee Hoaigel and the Vueyon
fundamental precept of Judaism, Pok(ii ((f Puramis snolllll n, ,,
into a "Pokod Pokadti" of Geulah
Shleimah. for an Or Ham. for us
and for the whole world? Isn't it
time to return to our eternal pact
ol the "It is .i sign forever?"
the sane ary, rvqui
ternal light" and .
in.inched candle abrum.
medieval comment ~ -' KJ
Hakemach i refer th< ral
quirements for light- in thi |inu
of prayer as stemmil ]
verse in Isaiah t24:15i whjj
stati's "Glorify the Lord in th
regions of light." Thi.s is t ik.-n
some to mean that Jewish uu
ship is not a mysterious
performances but ath r g
lightened tinders) indini
comes to have with th \
rhe light, aci i
signifii s the presei
J\V\ Posl l Elecl
I- I "it.'-
Iheir eli rl I
ke t I i.
H

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evision
V.
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March IOh. 4. 8:.'*0 a.m.The First Estate
Guest: Don Shoemaker, Editor of the Miami Herald
Topic: "Mass Media -Responsibility and Morality"
Moderator: Rev. Luther C. Pierce
Participants: P*abbi Joseph R. Narot, Temple Israel
of Greater Miami; Rev. Richard J. Bailar. Coral
Gables Congregational Church; Brother Joseph
Burke. LaSalle High School.
1Oi. 10. 9:30 a.m.The Jewish Worship Hour
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March ICh. 7. 10 a.m. The Still, Small Voice
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the evil which He said He would
do unto his people."
But this forgiveness was on a
tentative basis ... as we read
Exodus :V2:'M) "L'veyom pokdi
Ufokadtl" "Yet when I am
punishing I will punish them for
their sin." The day of recokoning
was just postponed, and is con-
ditionally (lending ... As Rashi
stresses upon this "l'veyom pokdi"
. "No punishment descends
upon Israel which does not con-
tain a fragment from the punish-
ment of the sin of the Golden Calf.
The actual meaning of this is that
the sin of the Golden Calf is un-
fortunately a repetitious one. in
many forms and in many phases of
our history, and until we shall
absolutely return and acquire fully
the concept of the Ten Command-
ments, we are liable to be subdued
to the "puranus" .
Now: How did the Erev Rav or
the Satan succeed in perverting the
i Am Hakodesh, "to change their
; glory for a Golden Calf?" Rashi
explains In the sentence (Ex. 32:11
j "And when the people saw that l
Moses delayed to come down from I
inj
,ti m ish W ir V'el
.. m S mdaj in T
'li .' ;' All men
It. I
SYNOPSIS OF THE WEEKLY TORAH PORTION
Ki Tissa
W'lun Moses iiehoid- the people worshipping the go]
calf, he shatter- the Tables ol Law.
'As soon as he saw the calf and the dancing
Moses' anger waxed hot, and he east the tables out of I -
hands"' i Exodus 32:19),
KI TISSA The children of Israel were counted and ch
man over 20 years of age contributed half a shekel as "ransi
Bezalel, son of I'ri. and Ohohah, son of Ahisamach, v. v
apiwinted to head the artisans who made the Tabernacle i
vessels. The Israelites were warned not to violate thi S
day
(iol gave Mos.s two tablets of stone containing the Ten
Commandments, writ ten "with the finger of God." However to
the impatient Israelites. Moses seemed to be tarrying too Ion; on
the mountain. They made a golden calf, which Moses found I
worshipping. In his fury, he broke the two tablets of the Law.
The idolators were killed by the members of the loyal tribe
of Levi Moses prayed successfully to God to spare the chi
of Israel despite their backsliding. He ascended Mount S li
again, and there received a new set of stone tablets.
When he descended, "The skin of Moses" face sent f
beams; and Moses put the veil hick upon his face, until he
in to speak with Him" lExOdus 14:361.
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AM A VAT SHALOM CONGREGA-
TION. MS SW 67th Avi. Orthodox.
Cantor Morris Barr. 1
ANSHE EMES. 2o33 SW 19th Ava.
Conservative. Cantor Sol Pakowitz. 2
ETH AM (TEMPLE). 5950 N. Ken.
Sail Dr., S. Miami. Reform. Rabbi
Herbert Baumgard. Cantor Michael
Kyrr. I
ETH OAVIO. 2(26 SW 3ro Ava.
ConMrvaitive. Rabbi Sol Landau.
Cantor William W. Lipson. 4
Friday s |.m. Sermon: "Angel Of
Mercy Henrietta Sfold." Saturday
; a-m The TonUi Lesson. Bar Mii7.-
vah: Leonard, son of .iuiii;i Utu-bell
Gotdmaii and Mrs. Norms Qoktman.
ETH EL. F00 SW 17th Ava. Ortho-
dox. Rabbi Solomon Schiff.
ETH KODESM. 1101 SW 12th Ava.
Modern Traditional. Rabbi Max
Shapiro. Cantor Ben Oickaon. S
l-Yidiiy vi.". p.m. Sermon: "A Matter
of Ufi- anil Death." Baturda) l:M
a.m. Sermon: "Israel's Preatlae," :.
p.m. Portion of Law. R:8S i> ni Bei
mini. A Trui- Count "
ETH TOV (TEMPLE). 6438 SW
Sth St. Conaervativa. Rabbi Simon
April. Centor Seymour Hinkee S
iymI.iv 1:15 p.m. tttjeat Speaker I>r.
Robert Oropper. Topic: "The Jew lall
College Students." Polloweal by Oneg
Shabbat.
OR OLOM (TEMPLE). 8755 SW 18th i
St. Conaervativa. Rabbi Ralph Qli-
nun. Cantor Benjamin Ben Ari IS ;
Friday ^ p m. Saturday 8:80 a.m. liar!
Mlf/.vah: Philip, son of Mr. and Mr.-.
r'n-.l Si.in; and Julius Doernbers
i :. \ eara old).
TIFERETH ISRAEL. 6500 N. Miami
Ave. Conservative. Rabbi Ralph
Carmi. 14
TIFERETH JACOB. (TEMPLE). 51 '
E. 4th Ave.. Hialeah. Conservative.
Rabbi Maurice Klein. IR '
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ZION (TEMPLE). 8000 Miller Rd. i
Conservative. Rabbi Alfred Wax- ,
man. t6 1
NORTH MIAMI
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BETH MOSHE CONGREGATION.
13600 W. Dixie Hwy. Conservative.
Rsbbi Joseph A. Gorfinkel. Csntor
Ben Zion Kirschenbaum.
ISRAEL (TEMPLE) Of- GREATER
MIAMI. 137 NE 19th St. Reform.
Rabbi Joseph R. Narot. 10
ISRAELITE CENTER. 3175 SW 25th
St. Conservative Rabbi Avrom L.
Drazin. Cantor Nathan Parnasa. 11
rYidaj B #8 p m and B:1R i>.m. fii-c-
nii'ii: "Tlie BlsCCeaa of l-'ailur.-." Sat-
unlav B IR 11 m Sermon: Thr Torah
in th. .'mil Century,
MIAMI SUCH
AGUDATH ISRAEL. T801 Carlyle Avs.
Orthodox. Rabbi Isaac Ever.
BETH ISRAEL. 770 40th St. Orthodox.
Rabbi Beral Weln. 11
ETH JACOB. 301 Washington Ava.
Orthodox. Rabbi Shmaryahu T. Swir-
sky. Cantor Maurice Mamches. 18
BETH RAPHAEL (TEMPLE). 1545
Jefferson Ave. Conservative. Rabbi
David Raab. Cantor Saul Breeh. 20
BETH SHOLOM (TEMPLE). 4144
Chase Ava. Liberal. Rabbi Leon
Kroniah. Assistant Rabbi Jarrold
Levy. Cantor David Conviaer. 81
Friday 8:1.', p m Sermon- 'Welcome,
General AIIoq," Ur Kronlsti s.,i.'
ur,l;,\ 10:46 a.m.
BETH TFILAH. 936 Euclid Ave. Ortho.
dex. Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovaky. 22 1
CUBAN HEBREW CONGREQATION.
1242 Wsshmoton Ave. Orthodox.
RabM Dow Rosencwaia. 23
EMANU-EL (TEMPLE). 1701 Wash-
nflton Ave. Conaervativa. Rabbi
Irving Lehrman. Canter Zvl Adler.
KrtdaySp.m. and 8:88 p m Bermo-.i: I
"Asnon Tlw Symbol of Israel Re-
t Imrii" a tribute, Saturday '. a.m.
"Honor Thy Father and Mother" '
Sabbath. Guest Preacher: 1 r Charlrs
.'. Lehrman, Chief Itahbi ot Berlin,
HEBREW ACADEMY? 2400 Plnetree 1
Or. Orthodox. Rabbi Alexander 8.
Grots. 2|
JACOB C. COHEN COMMUNITY
SYNAGOGUE. 1532 Washington Ava
Orthodox. Rabbi Tibor H. Stern.
Cantor Meyer Engel. 2%
KNESETH ISRAEL. 1413 Euclid Ave
Orthodox. Rabbi David Lehrfield.
Cantor Abraham Seif. 27
MENORAH (TEMPLE). 620 75th St.
Conservative. Rabbi Mayer Abram-
owiti Cantor Nlco Feldman. 28
Friday 8:15 p in. Saturday : a in
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NfcR TAMID (TEMPLE). 80th St. and
Tatum Waterway. Conservative.
Rabbi Eugene Labovitx. Cantor Ed-
ward Klein. 29
OHEV SHALOM. 7055 Bonlta Or
Orthodox. Rabbi Phineaa Weber
man. jq
SEPHARDIC JEWISH CENTER. 64.
Collins Ave. Rsbbi Sadi Nahnuaa. 81
CONGREGATION ETZ CHAIM, 1542-
44 Washington Ave. Rabbi A. Ben
Hillel. u
NMTM MIAMI IEACN
ADATH VESHURUN (TEMPLE). 1026 j
N.E. Mum Gardena Drive. Con. '
servstlve Rabbi Milton Schlinaky
Cantor Tibor Mouea, S
Friday 8:18 p.m. Sisterhood Babbath
Saturda) t .. m
SINAI (TEMPLE) of NORTH DAOE
18801 N.E. 22nd Avenue. Reform
Rabbi Ralph P. Kingaley. 37 .
Friday 8:15 p.m Sermon: "My DUem.
ma With Th.- \.,nh Dade Day
School." Saturday 10 In a ni II:,r
Mitr.vah: Jeffrey, son Ol Mr and Mrs
Donald Moaa
MILAMBAU
HALLANOALE JEWISH itsrtK
I2S N.E. Fire* Ay* *
SKY LAKE SYNAGOGUE. 18151 N8
19th Ave. Orthodox. Rabbi Jonah E
Caplan. M '
Friday li p m Saturday 9 am s.r-
mon: "idols American Style 1
Mlncha '...",.'. p m
YOUNG ISRAEL OF GREATER
J1**1'" MIff* St. Orthodex
Rabbi Naftah Poro.h a ,
Fnda\ i. p m. .Saturday : n_ra Ser-
mon Blueprint tor Prayer"
C0RA1 GABIES
JUDE-A Blvd. Reform. Rahbi Morris Kip.
per. ^-
Fridaj 8:15 p.m
after Service,
HOUYVfOOO
ETH EL (TEMPI P.). 9 14ti Av*
Reform. Rabbi Samuel Jarre. *
}'i itlay 8:IS pm Sermon: v a**
Appraisal of Jewlah-Chriatla Reh
tlOllM."'
Itil.l.- Rlscuaaloi
ZAMORA (TEMPlV). 44 Zamora Ave .
C.nrVWT R'bb' M-l' B.rg.r
Cantor R1Chard Browdy. "41
Friday SO p s.rn,.. "Jewlah
N-s Survey.' Saturday 1:. .-, m I
Sermon: Message of the Torah
-lu.....' '"'ifr, cation 8:80 a in
S3
ETH TORAH. NE I64tn St. at lit*
STh Conservative. Rabbi Max Lip
achitz. Cantor Jacob Ranter. li
B-NAI RAPHAEL*1401 NW 183rd St
r^r^Vf,"L,"1 R,bbi Char)., Rube).
Cantor Jack Larnar. M
n. UUOEMAU
*TH, '5R*EL (TEMPLE). 647
Osm.nd Park Blvd. R.bb Sheldon
Edwarde. Cantor Maurice Neu.
Fri.lav y 1-. ,, ,,, s.rmon: "The FirM
One Hundred Thousand." Saturday
1111 s.rmon: "Where la Home*"
Mar Mltavah: Andrew .......f Mr
and Mrs John Federamn
EB!vdU'IL. M45..w- O.kUnd Park
Blvd_ Reform. R.bbi Richard M
Leviten. Cantor Jerome Klem.nl
48
BETH SHALOM (TEMPLE1 ITS
Monroe St. Conservative. KsW
Morton Malaveky. Cantor lrvil
Gold. >
SINAI (TEMPLE). 1201 Johnso" 8t
Conservative. Rabbi David Srapir*.
Cantor Yehudah Heilbraun.
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MIRAMAI
ISRAEL (TEMPLE) 4920 SW 85*
St. Conservative. Rabbi Ei: *
Winograd. Cantor Abraham Koatej.
P0MFAN0 BEACH
SHOLOM (TEMPLE). 132 SB **
Conaervativa. Rabbi MerHe A SXoe.
Cantor Michael Fraderich "
SUBrSIDI
MOGAN DAVID CONGREGATION.
9293 Harding Ave Surfside Tow"
Hall Orthodox. Rabbi Isaac D Vine.
Thu huge U pTerd'td **
cooperation with the GreiUi
Miami Rubbinical A.xccmtifwi.
Coordindior of the fear.-ei
apf'eannK here is
DR. MAX LIPSCH1TZ
Spinttidl Leader of
BfTH TOSAH CONCRSGATIOW
or Nostn Miami Beach


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Friday. February 27,
fASClll IHTRODUCtS RISOIUTM
Organizations Attend Emergency Meeting
{(on tin tied (roil. F*Re 1-A)
biikxl Jewish organizations of
Dojle Countj.
ar* a) *
Resolutions are expected to
de.il with such subjects as Is-
rael's right to face-to-face nego-
tiations, opposition to any im-
pbsed settlement by nations out-
of the conflict with the Arab
state*, the French sale of 110
jet pianos to Libya atul her re-
fus.ii to release 50 jets purchased
from her by Israel before the ,
Six-Day War. and other matters I
of current concern.
eran Florida coneressm in stated
in the resolution. "The Soviet
Union and Franc- have sharply
rae. is expected to he.adopte i 1, jgfig X8&**^
jE^S available deterrent to
fu'l-scale war.
A resolution on the terrorist
attacks against both Israeli and
neutral airplanes flying to Is-
HANS H. MARCUSE
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emphasis since the emergency
conference convened Jan. 25 in
Washington, D.C.. by the Presi-
dents of Major Jewish Organi-
zations.
Milton Weiss, president of reit-
eration, emphasized that the
conference is open to all Jewish
organizations women's as well
as men's regardless of their af-
filiation, or V with Federation.
Mr. Silberman stressed that
there will be no fund-raising of
any kind at the masting, which
is open only to delegates and ,
observers,
Mr. Kanter will report on the
position of national Jewish or-
ganizations, updated through
rapid developments on military.
political and economic fronts.
Similar emergency conferences
are now being scheduled in other
major Jewish communities na-
tionwide, but the resolutions to
be presented, discussed and
adopted will be drafted by local
representatives during Sunday's
session.
Organizations which have not
yet listed their delegates and
alternates with Federation are
urged to telephone the Federa-
tion office at once.
U.S. Rep. Dante B. Fascell
of Miami introduced a resolution
Tuesday calling for sale of both
Phantom and Skyhawk .jets to
Israel on a cash basis. The vet-
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X^ oriel Is Shocked By
Blowing Up Of Airliner
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rality and civilized society she
.-.;..<( Terror si
plane* and travelera to Israel e-
i:.,n in 1968 when an : \:
piano a< hijacked to Al...
Mrs Men* dt clared. "It ;.
linucd in mountto)| bloodshed
and rteatructfon N t wily I~-
raeit* and Israeli planes hut .n-
i natii nal |' inas ami an po is
. citizens of all the a n id have
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the '' bears <>ui the "presurnp-
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tage Shortly before th- 5 -.-
, crashed nn Austriai Air-
liner carrying mail t>- l~ m was
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Frankfurt, however. West Get
man) hi- posted reward of
$4,000 for th.' captun <>f two
ro! containing tprReostves *"hjph
m n said to h\i mailed a par-
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Mel le Meyerson of Bttnr
Mr. .'ml Mr. S. Silver-
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annucl meeting represented a 150o increase over 1969.
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vJenisfi fhrSdHan
Friday, February 27
Israel Newsletter
By ELIAHU SALPETER
Israel Avoids A Head-On Collison On Wages
UIRV MICH TO everybody's
surprise, Israel seems to have
found a way to avoid what looked
like a head-on collision between
exorbitant wage demands and
hard realities of the nation's eco-
nomic problems. It does not mean
that the fundamental question of
Ihw to finance the huge defense
expenses has been answered. But it does mean that
the economy will not be rocked before there is a
chance to solve the fundamental problem.
For the i>asi three yean there has been a freeze
on all basic wages, with some adjustments made
somi-annually under the cost-of-living allowance
system. In 1968 and 1969, there was growing pres-
sure among the unions to get a hike in the basic
wages. Figures were presented t'> show that pro-
ducts ity i>er employee had far exceeded the actual
increase in his income, even if effficiency bonuses
are included. Economists countered by citing figures
for the mid-sixties to show that wage increases ex-
ceeded the increase in productivity and therefore
the slower net wage increases in the last three
years had restored things to a more normal ratio.
The Histadrut, through its new secretary gen-
eral. Yit/hak Ben Aharon (the first non-Mapai
politician to hold the post' claimed that workers
had been held back long enough with promises of
wage increases and should now get a flat fi-S^r
increase. The Manufacturers' Association supported
by mest of the independent economists, claimed that
an increase of more than 2-3?! would be ruinous.
The government, which could have pressured the
Histadrul directly, indicated that it .vould not force
the unions to retivat. So it seemed there would be
a "compromise" of 5-6'i across the board, increas-
ing production costs and inflationary pressures and
Israel Newsletter
By CARL ALPERT
A Song Of Peace
- NT SIN<"K ""' nra>orlul "Jerusalem
Tjfr^ *-X I ol Gold" stirred all Israel in the ex-
it I 1 'iting days leading up to and during
the Six-Day War has a song commande i
IS much attention here as the new "Song
of Peace.'' It is Number One on the
Israel Hit Parade, and it is sung, whis-
tled and hummed by young people ev-
erywhere m (he country.
While radio stations in most of the Arab countries
continue to spout forth marching songs rabid with hate
and with calls to destroy Israel and grind its jn'ople under-
foot, Israels most popular air sings of peace,
What makes "Song of Peace" so unusual is that it was
introduced and popularized by the entertainment troupe
of the Nahal, Israel's pioneering army corps. Initial criti-
cisms that the longing for peace might weaken the will
of the Israeli soldier as a fighting man were fears
quickly laid to rest. The Israel soldier is not a killer. He
is a civilian, in defense of his home. It is peace he wants,
not war. and hence the song. Golda Meir said sonic
months ago in London: "We can forgive the Arabs their
killing of our sons, but we shall never forgive them for
forcing our sons to kill them."
Written by Yaacov Rotblit and Yair Rosen, this song
with rousing chorus handclapping and constant repetition
of the theme words, has a strong rhythmic beat. The
state owned radio broadcasts it frequently thus adding
to its popularity. The theme translated freely is again
and again:
S p.*. O sing a song to peace
Whisper not a prayer
Only sing, sing a song to peace
With mighty shout and blare.
From his grave, the fallen soldier sternly addresses the
living:
The |oy of victory and the songs of praise
Mean nothing to us down here .
Don't say. 'there will come a day."
M ike Hi ^ day come I
No mere dream this should be
Peace hailed by ill at last.
M ird hi: Bar-On, former Chiel Bducal on ol
- has pointed out that it is n
than a ning for i flaming
tion of pacifism as a principle. Yet the spiiii of Israel
and of its army are *uch that pacifism is not defeatism
but an honest expression of Israel's political morality.
Our security situation may compel us to fight, but we are
not i Spai tan state.
In hopeful look raise your eyes
Not through sjunaights aim
Not to victories sing your song
For love is the holy game.
.Sing, sing a song to peace
With mighty shout and blare .
bloating government salary budgets by handle I- ol
millions of pounds.
But what the government did, instead, turned out
to be much more effective. It started preparations
tor -, major increase of practically all types of taxes
.nd duties -both to finance defense expenditures and
to absorb at least part of the increased purchasing
power created by the added incomes. At this stage
the Manufacturers' Association suggested that any
wage increases agreed upon should not be paid to
workers in cash but in government Defense Loan
Bonds. While Histadrut leaders first rejected the
suggestion, it is to the credit of the Israel worker's
intelligence that he was sympathetic to the idea.
Most people understood th.it a flat cash wage in-
crease would start the vicious drele: higher wages,
higher prices, higher taxes and no Incn sse in real
'.ncome, possibly even a decline.
On this background a compromise was

BOOK jggg By Seymour B. liebmon
The Shop On
Main Street
M
any PEOPLE will recall that
delightful but sad Czech mo-
tion picture, "The Shop on Main
j flfe gWt Street" which played here
-""SinM I years ago. It was brilliantly acted
by people who had lived the parts
that they depicted. The cinematic
artists deliberately underplayed
their rol ii ing almost am-
sh at times to attain the note of sincerity and
incy that merited the picture an Academy
\ rd and other cinematic prizes.
We now have the iriginal novel bearing the -
Th Shop On Main Street, written by Ladi-
slav Grosm in and translate bj Iris Urwin I Double-
day & Co., $3.95). The price of the book attests its
brevity but the strength of the writing's gained I om
the artful use ol words rathei than verbosity. The
transformation of Slovaks in a small town, caught
up first is on! Hike:- ind then as participant.-, in the
unfolding of Hitler's final solu skillfully
pain'-
The author Utilized an almost C iSUal, homely and
humorous tone describing the mood of the people in
most of the book. This accentuates the ultimate be-
wilderment of those who st.Hid by and witnessed the
f ite of former friends and acquaintances, some of
v h >:: f'o/e with the horror of it while Others,
though few, were finally moved to action which
could be described in the immortal words of Win-
ston Churchill as. Too little and too late."
Ladislav Giosmnn. who was reared in a small
Czech town, and received his PhD in political sci-
ence from Charles University in Prague, writes. "It
would have liecn sufficient to gay that I lived
through the Hitler days, and this would have been
enough. But lift dictates otherwise Dr. Grosman
left his native land in September 19HK and thus was
spared the ignominy of Dubczek and other liberals
in that most unfortunate land. He and his family
now reside in Tel Aviv. Israel.
Czcchoslvakia'.. loss is Israel's gain.
out by experts ol the Ministry ol Finance with U
Histadrut and the Manufacturers' Association: o:n-
ployees would get a 4H increase in the form ol
Cost ol laving Allowance plus an additional ;
Defense Bonds. The employers would also undi
io purchase an equal amount of Defense Boi
In exchange, the government would not i
an employment tax nor raise income tax and other
basic taxs and it would keep any new revenue
hikes within the lotal of $3>-$37 million in U.S.
dollars.
It is hoped that production cost increases will
remain sufficiently small not to hurt Israeli exports,
The restraint on wages plus higher levies on car.
electric appliances and luxury imports also prevent
Ihe further growth of Imports and help reduce the
menacing trade-deficit gap. It is estimated thai
every II. 10 syphoned off from circulation also :v-
duccs the imports 1>\ about one dollar It .ill .. .
neatly. Hopefully, it will work, too .
Our Film Folk:
By HERBERT G. LUfT
Filming Of Field lei
'rut: koktiicomixc; motion pictJ
production of "Fiddler on the Has]
will go before the cameras ncxi
iii Zagreb, Yugoslavia, and |
mania as previously announced Lloyd
of London w iuld not Insure foi I
in Rumania or Czechoslovak i h.d
it regarded as to i n-k> foi m
npany's $8 million pi

Directoi Noim n Jewison says h< found the >{
Ptni, jusl outside Zagreb, rcscmblesAnatevka I -j
' K i" the turn of the century, with is
I. sleepy straw huts nd cobblestoned alleys II
world ol Sholi \ hem will conn toll)
The Yugosla\ -. gment
with th Y idi n stu >l Zagn is
R ssl luence ol "Iso > j
Idler on th.- Rool w j
lucl m tor a pei ;.nl of I nths with {
iu Me to comm m I
the fall in the studios of London, where the
;' I lane for the mass scenes ran be found.
Jewison told us that J -seph stein who
Arnold Perl dramatization ol the Sholem Aleicl
for the stage musical has also written the screen pi;
leaving the basic frame of the story very much intai
onlj enlarging the physical scope of the sett I
hamlet of Anatcvka into the vast settlement in theO
1st Russia of yesteryear, At the end, the motion pictun
version adds a special touch with a grand exodus of
oppressed J< us of Poland now representing a
humanity streaming out of the old country t..
new world of freedom and religious liberties.
The office of Norman Jewison is filled with iketc
from the I'krainian village, very much in th. -tylo
Chagall The produeardtoectac now has to fill the shelf
with the people of the shtetl and currently is engaged I
preliminary readings ;lnd tests for casting the legend'
"Fiddler on the Roof." like all of Jewison's films a lab
of love for the creative artist who sees the cincns
visual terms.
THE AMERICAN SCENE By; BEN GAL108
Ys Offer Specialized Programs
|Y|ORK THAN 20.000 of New York's Jewish
women lead a busy cultural and intellectual
life at community centers of the Federation of
Philanthropies as part of the,,- daily routine
after getting their husbands off to work and their
children ofl to sen
TN range of th | ,,- offered at thr
th v- ,. 92nd Stret i v in Manhatt in, the Wil-
' i, and th Mid-Isl m I i
suburban Wants n descri ed in a .
in the Ft deration'- ". | i irk."
At th. :;. street v the e is a
iculpl
ing and composition, museum ind gallery tours rl
and crafts, Jewish boll lay and gourmet conking
nd ihe usual Y das s In "slimnast n" and
swimming, as well as lectures on for
cultural trends
The Williamsburg Y offers many programs for
Negroes and Puerto Ricans, as well as Jewish mem-
bers, including home economics, family budgeting,
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shipping and Installment buying advice. There is
also an eight-week nurse's aide training course
which has prepared many women for Jobs In hos-
similar institution*. The report sod that
the most popular program at the W v
'- a Tuesday "Homemakers' Holiday** foi
with young children who tv i d a day to shop oi
or simply a place to take th. i- children to plaj
a hen. The day si ,. ts at 9 30 a m
eav< her children ages 2-5
t care oi r trained teacher who conducts
ii until 5:30 p.m.
\: the wantagh Y. which also serves Levltl
': "''. 1. oth. r towns and communities the
irted, rneroJban value the -
forded t.. relative newcomers In an ares
-' here ire far apart. As in other centers, the
women's dub also works on community p
and social action programs in cooperation with
neighborhood organisations and sisterhoods.
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LEGAL NOTICE
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOB OADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 70-444
In RE: BMate of
i;i>\\ ARD \ l ASHINK.
lh i-. .!
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All P< rsona Hat -
me Claim* or Demands Against Bald
Estate:
You are herehj notified and required
t.. preee.it an) claims him| deniandi
which V"ii mnv h\> against the
tate of EDWARD A LABHINB d-
I i..t. of Dade County, Florida,
i<> the Count) Ju.Ik.-i of Dad* County
ami Me Hi-- name In duplli aw and .i~
provtded if Bection 733 l>. Plorlda
Statute*, In thru offices In the f'ou t-
Courthouse In I :!-- Count) Florida
within stX -: I.-: < l.t r month" from lh.
lime of tii*' first publication her*
:l same \ III !> barn .1
I,t. i .I* Miami, Plot ;-!., ih -
of I-', bruai y, AD 1PI -
STUB" BY A I.ASHINS
tv m: ft hi: \nd
EDWARD A I \shins u:
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Plrsl publ
Ur <>f P. brui
SIMON HAVB ORrXDW BRO
ISCUtors
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LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
N< 'Hi I- i~ ill RBH> HIVEN lhal
ill. iitmI, n ii-' i ,i. rlni lo eni
u d. r ii.' ll. HUna* name "I
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Int. mli !- m- ..
with ;li.- riirk of th. Circuit Court
ol I >ad. i i.unlj Florida
MIAMI s. il'THLAND
IN \ ESTM evt < < RP
II) It" i|l|-:ilT M MM.IN I'.. -Hi.-lit
PROMHBRO PRC >MBERO
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MIAMI SOl'TIU.AN'D
INVESTMENT (1 >RP
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NOTICE OF ACTION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY
So 7" -.TV-
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FLORIDA IN PROBATE
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IN THE CIRCUIT COURTOFTHE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN ANO FOR DADE
COUNTY CIVIL ACTION
No 60-13415
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
S< >RM vn J< .UN ABREV
Plain)
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JOAN STEVENSON ABREt'.
11. fondant
T'i JOAN STEVENSON ABREC
C o Nancy Kinit
141 Normal \. m
Buffalo N'\> York
You. JOAN STEVI9HAON ARBEIT,
An h.-rrby noilflrd that u Hill of
i'..mplalnt for IMvoitj- hu brn filed
lo-aJmn row, and you ur* requlr.-.!
. iarva ,-op\ *>f your Ani-r or i
IMritdinK to thr Bill of Coni|>I..Mil on I
ih.- Plaintiff*! BUoraay, LKBTER
ROOKR8, BBQ Mi M W Uih Blrral
Miami Kl-ri.l.-i BIM and fil.- lh.
orMrlnal Anewrr or Plru.llna' In th^ '
office of tli. Clerh of th.- Clrrull Cowl
,.n or before thf *th nU> >.| Mareh,
1-.7' If v..u full to do v., )uilmi tit l.v
i. t.uli will !> laJcea acaloet you for
the rath f fit manded in the Bill of Com-
plaint
Thie ItOtlra "hull he puhll-hrrl once
week for for conaarullvi \ w -
in THB JBM'IBH P1/R!IIAN
DONG AND ORDBRBD Miami
H.. thi~ St th day of January
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SUIT FOR DIVORCE
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Hill '-omplalnl "ii th.- I'l.u;
KfiJEXK I EMIJfll
W Flakier Bl Miami, Ploridi
:,'l fll. ll Iclnal A i KWer "t- Pli ad-
In th< off......t ih. i'i,-rk ,,f ti
,uit Coon on or before the -Tih day
I Marrh, 11*78 II you fail to >i" -
ju.la-ni' i by default will b.- lak.
attalnel >"ii for th.- reli.f demanded
in th.. BUI ol i 'omplainl
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No 20-382
FRANK B. DOWLING
In RE Bi late "f
ISA|.. .It KRt'EOER a L ..
I iRVisti K i:ii:i ibr
11.1 .1.-. 'I
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
T., All Cr< 'litor- i.r.fl All Pemonii Hav-
i mi; Cialmi or Damaiida Amtinat BaJd
Batata:
You ..r.- hereby notified and reqnlr-
i rd io praaenl any |aimi .irnl fh rnandji
\* hl.-h you may hav.- ajfainal thi
late of isaik>K ERT'EOER :,''-. n
IRVING KRI'BOBR de< eaeed lati of
Dade County, Pkirlda, lo thi Couni)
Judaea "f Dade County ^-id I lh.
I name in dupHcati and a> provided In
Bertlon 7^3 1^. Ploiida Btatutea In
lh ir office! in th- t'ounly CcKirthouae
In Dade County Plorlda, within alx
calendar mm ths from t'.. time "f the
firsi publication hereof, or thi
- will be barred
l led it M .ur. Florid i ti,,- daj
I January A l > i '.'
HARVE1 M Klin
BTl'ART I. KRl'ECER
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the fith day of |
MYEHB KAPLAN, PORTER
I.BVINSl >N A KIN'S
At lorn, y foi K ul
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IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 70-238 ,CLARK)
In RE I'
i.i:s'i i:h i.ic.-i in
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NOTICE TO CREDITORS
T Ul Creditor* und All Pen
I.. mandu Aj
frM ""'1
nt any i-laUn and
may liav ajcatt]
i:sTHi'atB|'si >N
11 :, '"iintv. Plorlda,
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IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 70-280 (Blanton)
In RE: Bel
AI-P.KRT M LYNN.
a k a A I. LYNN
I........- NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To Ail Creditor! mid ah Pereont Hav-
Thls notice -hall he puhllhrd once ",'K "'Ii'1""- I'-niandt. AgaJntM BaM
h week for four canaacutlTe weeka Bawta;
TIIK JEWIBH PlJiiKililAN ""'u "re hereby notified and reiuir-
DONE AND ORDBRBD ai Miami. I *. e*tant any cmltn* and demandj
Klorida. this l-.th dav of Pebmarj
A 1> lTi
K It I.KATIIKRMAN. Clerk
Clrrull '"uri Dad* County, Plorlda
By: v A HKWKTT
I>.puty (Ii rk
fi'in ult Court Seal)
Bl'OENE IJ-TMI.ICH B8Q
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Miami. Florid.,
Attorney lor Plaintiff
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IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 70-224 (BLANTON)
In III: But ate of
I'HAIll.KS STANLEY
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NOTICE TO CREDITORS
T.. All Creditor*
rig Cialmi !-
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Which you may hav.- iqcalnat the eetate i
..f AIJIKRT M LYNN, a'k-a Al.
LYNN dei-eaaed late of Dade County,
Florid:*, to the I'ounty Jud.-. of Dade
County, and fll* the same in dupli.-ate
Ii provided in Se.-tion ^Xi 1".. Flo-
rida Statute*. Iii their offlcaa in th-
I'outity Courthouse ill Dade ("ojnty. I
Florida, within *ix calendar months
irom the lime of the first publication
hereof or the name uiii be barred
I >a ted at Miami. Florida, thll With
day of January. A l> l7,
HARI 'II' LYNN
HAROLDJ COKBN
A~ Bxecutora
Plrl publication of tl on the
th da) of February 191
HAROLDJ COHEN
Attorney for Bxi utora
;?l Coral w .*
Miami. Fl.. 1311".
IN ANO FOR DADI
FLC C '- ROBATE
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IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 70-31S
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IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No 70-515
In HE Ratal.
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NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To AH Credit and All P. i
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Said r".st*t.
You are Ii, I i 'ified and
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE HEREBY Hl\ KN th ll
' i u 'I 'It nam.
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You are h.
.iulr.-.l to preaei
man the eelirl,
, ..-! late 'd
t" ih. County Ju'Il. of Dnd* Oounty,
' in. in duplicate and as
provided n He. tIon 133,1*, Florida
Statutes In thi I i ffl In tl County
i ui ihoui l >ad Count) Plor
-siihin *i\ ralendur montha from tha
lime of the flral publication hen
or thi same v. ill I > barred
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NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY IN CHANCERY
No 70-2562
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
HERBERT OKLLEK.
Plaintiff,
SERENAOBLLER
I f.-ndant.
To:SERENAOELLER
.','"'1 '.'1st Avenue
Krookh n, New York 11."4
You. SERENA flEMJSK are here-
by notified thai a Bill of Complfttnt
for Divorce has been flU d airolmt
\,.u. and you are required lo serve
a copy of your Answer or I'l.-.idinc
to the Bill of Complaint on the
I Plaintiff! attorne) BATTI8TI, FKU-
! DIB, KRNWORTHY BROWN *
IkoRBCHI'N, 3315 B.W l^eJeune Rd .
Coral Oahlea, Florid., and file the
orislnal Answer or Pleadlnn In the
office of the Clerk of the Circuit
. i-"Urt on "r before Un -"th da) of
March, IB70 if you f..!l t" do
judament b) default "ill be taken
agalnal you for th* relief demanded
in the Hill of Comi
This ti. in -' "i i i me*
. .,. h we< k for four onae. iitiv- I I
n THE JEWISH PI/IRIDIAN
DONE \n I iRDEREl al Miami.
Florida, this Rlth da) of February
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NOTICE BV PUBLICATION
IN THE ClFtCU'T COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE CO'JNTV
IN CHANCERY NO 70-1917
SUIT FOR IJ:n. ORCE
WALTER PI
Plaintiff
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To ROVES '. I K'l
It. -Ml- to e I 'III
Y.i. in .ven v PBKKtNB -e here
by nollfi. ,| that ll Hill or ..' ..
1 has he. 'i fii- d in- u
and you axi r. quln t. i i i
of v. ui Anawi rm i .idlnc '
of C mil ii t thi Plaintiff
ni Ml Ki i i.cum %N i:.-'.'
i I Mian,i. Flo- I., and
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? .-,,e .f ti.. i- ru ol tt.. Clr. ail
Court or. or I.. for- th. d) f Mai I
\*in If -mi tall In do ... mdrment bv
default will be '..s.-i .n .. t you for
the relief ileniand. .1 in the Bill Of
Complaint
PUNK AND ORDERED .' Miami
Florida, thu 'J da] of Pebruary AD
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Cln u" i url D '! Cotrit
B) MAROI ERITE k I.nT
Deputy > 'lerk
Irruit Court S- .:
quit .1 pr. in) claims and di -
hie) x m .' hav ...
f MAX PBPPBR di. .~. i
. aunty, Florida, lo llw
County Judft-e* -f Dade County and
lupl ati and .- pi
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i'.,urtl u ,i D '' Count) r
within !l calendar m. oths from '
i first publli a'
, > une will be barred
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NOTICE OF ACTION
IN THE C'RC. IT COURT CF THE
ELEVENTH Jt DICIAL C
FLOF1II-- 'N ANO '
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CIVIL ACTION
No 7C..-0S8
SUIT FOrt DIVORCE
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: \ on .it, r. inn, ,i l r'- of "W Answei or I'l. ado. lo the I
NOTICE CF ACTION
N THE CIRCL l C I RT OF THE
ELE\ I NTH L 3 CiAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY C!VIL ACTION
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No 7SIRC.* 'BLANTON)
In RE
\|. iKRIS ,i 1VINB
'" 'NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All P.
HavnK Claims .r Demands Afjaii
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fault i" taki ..... mat you
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IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COLN""'
FLORIDA. IN PROBA- E
No 7C 44
In RE I" Ut<
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NOTICE TO CREDITORS
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[ Georgia Representatives
Hear Israel's Consul General
' eFewish Floridiaxi
General to tha
kv .. ., addressed
Represents.-
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I from tor
: Geo "' 5,al
.,1 to b
the
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mark< M. r.ilbM men-
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KJ <."' Hh,-Southeastern
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,: her de-
liens-'
ptiDt:ng out '' ,,;"' :,ml
I '" com"
mem. inciudlBfl the problems
Industrialization, community de-
velopment, soci;il and educational
Integration a* well as the chal-
lenge of promoting the standards
of living and education, the consul
general expetaaed the hope that
the three worts inscribed on the
emblem of the tte "i Georgia
Wisdom, Moderation and Justice
will be the leading motives behind
the intc "pretatton of the great vir-
tues of the bible in a modern lan-
guage of mutual understanding
anil peace.
At the conclusion of ins address,
Mr. (iilboa presented an English
.i.sion of the book of Israel's
Knesset (Parliament i to George
T. Smith, speaker of the House
A new Kl Al oft ice is being in-
augurated this week in Atlanta to
accelerate tourism and economic
ties between Israel and the South-
east despite attacks which have
been made on Israel's national air-
and its paasei.gers.
M
iami, Florida Friday, February 27. 1970
Section ?
me
UJA LEADERS HEAR
P01ICE COMMANDER
p- : i the
p, is > l< shiuj
'. I
It* Vpi held in
th : March 8
u S.vml H ilio,
I S iuth-
epard
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Flotilla. M I
Essen Announces
More Appoinments
Ben Essen, chairman of the Res-
I idence and High-Rtse Division of
, the 197 omtobted Jewish Appeal-
' Israel Emergency Fund campaign,
his announced another series "f
1 leadership appointments
Abe Fogelm in has been n imed
.is chairman ol the CJA-IEF <' mv
li for Treasun Hou c South:
isure House North chairman is
M rii I' -' Hei m in S 'hwartz
. the ne post at Trc isure
nd N 'ban s Vloek was
ipp tinted i nei ve is 1
of th< CJA-I1 F Co am tl
I'. vi..m m r a <' 5
Tiv [out e< i Vv. w i I be i
oi.hn.it. d und the le i l rah
Iheit respective ch ilrm >n to |
due, a n ximum el foi for the
Mi !: ti rep >i led
Ala recent meeting of the Lawyers Division of the 1970 CIA-
" campaign, captains for each building were appointed
m contact all lawyers in the downtown Miami area. Co-
almen cf the Lawyers Division include, (rom left, (seated)
Snelaon N. Lelchuk, Jack L. Orkin and Walter C. Kovner;
(landing- Robetl H. Traurig. Burton R. Levey and Julius Ser.
A special brunch was held at the Four Am-
bassadors this week to acquaint the past
presidents of Beth David Congregation who
will participate in an unusual event in their
honor to be called the "Presidents Ball" with
their role in the event, scheduled to take
place in Spector Hall Saturday. March 28.
Among those present were, (from left) vice
presidents Morton Weinberger and Sam
Badanes. past president Murray Cohen.
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Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Milton, Mr. and Mrs.
Charles Rosenberg and Mr. and Mrs. Morton
Weinberger. Also on the committee are Mr.
and Mrs. Friend. Mr. and Mrs. Badanes. Mrs.
Theodore Goldstein and Mrs. Henry Hodes.

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MM****** Friday. February 27, 1970_
v
Dr. Zinner Appointed
By University of Miami
Designation of the Division <>i
ral Biology at the University of
Miami Institute of Oral Biology
M. IINNtK
has been announced by Dr. Ernan-
el Papper. U-M's vice president
for medfetd affairs.
Doran D. Zinrx r, D.D.S.. pro-
fessor of oral biology and director
i the division. Ixi sci ntific
What's
greiit
for lunch?
director of the Institute, labora-
: tries and offices of which will re-
imin the U-M's National Children's
Cardiac Hospital.
I >r, Pappi i also reported thai
the Institute had received an ap-
proval on the extension amounting
i'. S- mil Ion over a 5-year period
- of a pii vions grant from the Na-
tional Institute >! l > ntal I'.' si arch,
I : niit ol Health, Education
and Wi Ifare. Tins will !>< used ii>
Continue current research pro-
j;i ill!:--
The unit started basic research
into the causes ol dental decay In
1960. Expansion of this program
into tiie lii Ids nf clinical research,
establishment of postgraduate
training courses in oral biolog)
and in dental clinical specialties
warranted raising the division to
the more autonomous status of In-
stitute. Dr. Papi>er explained As
such, the unit is able to seek a
higher percentage of funding from
govermental and other agencies
than was possible as a division.
The Institute of Oral Biology,
representing dentistry, will play
an im|>ortant role in the continuing
growth of the Medical Center as
a source of advanced scientific
Know ledge and as a place where
scientists and technicians can
j oroaden their skills." said Dr.
Papper.
"The group already is Involved
.r. a number of local educational
its and has been active
abroad, particularly in Latin
America W< hope to be able to
xpar.il these relationships."
Shabbus Nachas
Family Style Sot
At Temple Zamora
A recently organized group o
young people, mosl of whom an
between 20 and 30 years of age
will gather with their families a'
Temple Zamora early Fridaj eve
ning for a Sabbath Eve festival.
Tables will be set to accommc
date each family of the T.Z.Y.F
(Temple Zamora Young Folks) a
a unit: mothers will kindle th
Shabbus candle- and fathers wi1'
chant the Kiddush. Everyone will
loin In the Zymeiros songs f th
Shabbus and the Birchos Hamo
gon (grace after meals) will b
ch inl I by students of the Tl
bn School. The entire group '
th.n attend the Sabbath service*
starting at 7:30 p.m. In the sane-
tuarj
Students participating will in-
clude I.inda Stein. David Gold-
hagen, Daniel Doenyas, Alan Weis-
man. Michael Gold and Rosann
Perl. The T.Z.Y.F. Committee in-
cludes Mr. and Mrs. Ira Alweiss,
Mrs. Hoy Hellman, Mrs. Herbert
Arnet and Mrs. Ben Duel.
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To Aid Mandicapped
The residents of CTA Towers
will hold a Fine Arts and Crafts
1 Bazaar from 10 a.m. to t> p.m. Sat-
urday at the Northside Shopping
Center. N\V 79th Street and '-'Tth
Avenue. Proceeds will be donated
to Dade County's "Employ the
i Handicapped" protrram to aid lr
I training blind and handicapped
;-"-niK for nos'li < in the busi-
ness world which will make them
If-sustninine.
i" call for ("T'\ Tow rs re*]
lonts to wot n im- i
proving the I licapn
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the sandwich had
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No. He just knew good food and
was a natural matchmaker.
You can be too.
Just put your favorite
sandwich filling on any of the
August Bros, breads or
rolls. They're baked in an
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MAR-PARV
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Makes matzos a mychel.
KOSHER CATERING
Fcr the New Temple Complex in North Broward County.
Kitchens and Seating opacity for 650. Outside Catering may
be handed.
Congregation interested in firm offers. Please give com-
plete derail:, exclusive? Term of agreement, etc. Congrega-
tion witt suppl/ Rabbinical Supervision and Mashgichim.
F.tLLt write to:
OR. S. GOLDIN, President
Temple Beth Israel
547 E. Oakland Park Blvd.,
Ft. Lauderdale. Fla. 33308
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February 27. 1970
*Jf^isiifhrdHbtr
Page 3-B
Awards Conferred At 11 th
Vnniial Seminary Conclave
Dr. GerShOn Win6r Se,evan Nome$ Rosofsky Convention Committee Head
Ai Iriiif A CaImmh ...-. i___ bbbbbsi aasa siaW
Sunday's Lecturer
inh annual mid-winter i
Ai ; Ailh Theologi-
\> .enators
M^ht nation,lb known busi-
a
.:, ,nd chan-
IS Dr. Louis Flnkelstein. m .de
. 83-yeai-oW
Iminarvs Herbert H.
HuKh Scott of
nia and Democratic Sen.
,-.' Harlki ol Indiana al an
,!hM-o,m ceremony In Temple
J ;K! ,,,, ,nis ceremonyj
K ol Food Fair
L..... Sow York textile mill pros-
CphilUpLeff- '"' J*VTo?
. .: Albert a.
... natedas' Honorarj
I ;....,-. iry."
\ tional Com-
..... son-ice Aw I to Mlltonj
L i y|,i and William Mar* ol
N for|, \; ,\ II l.evlnsno of
Mini of De-
Mil and Joseph Tani nbaum <>t
Cai '- v"1'- '' ;i
.... nnni r h-ld in the
D ,i Hotel in Hollywood
S minary
5 ^ p ritual ren-
.,.. coin,t\ ilive branch of
... his cantor*,
Jewish
nith id-
...;...-. n itionally
i" and
10 ACRES
High pin* to ( iJMOJ
terms,
ckw to Homestead Air-
port on rlvd
Velma S. Gray,
Realtor

Hjr.e>ta "Directtons" programs us well as
Uw Jewish Museum, md maintains
ihe world's ({re itesi library ol He-
i.mfrfi VifM VitHalCk, containing!
more Ih.m 220,000 volumes and
some 10.0.M) ra e manuscripts,
William Schusels
Receive Citation
The George Gershwin I .< < i <
Knights of Pythias, .it a recent
gathering of ."too members and
their wh s, presented n citation
to Mr. and Mrs. William J. Schusel
in commemmoration of their 4'jnd
wedding anniversary. The honor
v is conferred upm them by Max
Kamlnsky, roprcaentlng the group
Mr. Schusel, a vice president of
the Carner Hank ci Miami Beach,
has received a total of M plaques
or citations from various charita-
ble fraternal and civic organiza-
tions in the -". yean he and Mrs.
Schusel have made their home in
thus area.
One of the recent honors ac-
corded him Was his appointme it
to the Social Service Advisory
Board by Miami Beach Mayor Jay
Derraar.
Brotherhood Hears
Drug Abuse Victims
.Joseph Leonardo ai-d Marvin
Kersteln, wh t the m mth-
h breakfast meeting "f Temple
i". th Shotom s Brol I on the
uibjecl of D i'.' tbuai
nselves ictlms of drug
Thi lly memb -ra >:
House."
!.-.,,;, v, .- tin
l -.: t, th Broi
th Shol m '- '
which J
Broth
hi odd: R
! his
lant. R ;
vtiiilh h Isor.
Three contrasting life-styles of
' i Jew through history will be
1 itplon d bj Dr Gershon Win. r,
di an i.i the Jewish Teachers
Seminary and Herzliah Hebrew
GOLF COURSE
JEWISH RESORT
Cfnlrol Morda'l mo room sit tin- j I'-ipl on boui to1 lohr. Exrl'tnt in-
vestment 18 hoi" cl>"np>onihtp CStirt*. Principals ool.
Contact Jonir-. MrGraih Anooota ol Wm. H. Davil, Inc .
R'altort 30)8 fait Comra>r(ial Beulvord, Fort laudtr-
dolt. Florida, arco J0i S63-3I21|
0. GIKSHON WINf*
[Yachcrs Institute, this Sunday
morning's guest lecturer In the1
Greenfield Instltuti aeries at Tem-
ple Israel of Greater Miami.
"The Sin. tl. Kibbutz, Suburgia"
is Dr, Winer's announced title and
he brings to the subject an Im-
ia. ssiv e career In the academic
ii communal service ol the
An i ii an Ji wish community. A
v hiva I'nr.ei snv grariuat.. lu
t as ordained at thi Jewish Theo-
|i .1 Seminar) and receiv. d his
id i i.n.ii. ai Michigan State I'ni-
vi rsit> He has be< n a nv mU i
hi i xi cut i\ i commit tees thi
ini/ation "i An
: the Rabhini al Asscmbl). and
, ntlj serves is eh It n in "t
. ihe Nation ii Yiddish Dieti
ill
'.. \'.
I. Winer wi ts it
mi i \ 'i i In fon
mi is
ah lor ins wittj ami in-
itive leel
Carl Alpert Guest Speaker
i i \ | '. '. Ice I in ol the
Ti chnion
Israel Institute ol T -chnolotjy, Ins
I io apt ak al Tempi" Kmnnu-
l r jilay evening set \ ices on
March 6 Rabbi Irving Lehrmrui
'...- innounced Mr. Alpert is to i-
in Miami Bi ich tor the unnu d
dinner given bj the Smith Florid i
ili.inter of the Teehnion Society.
Arthur A Selevan, commander,
'd Florida, has announced the ap-
ointment of Ralph Rosofsk) a
Jewish War Veterans Departmenl
Miami as chairman of the com-
mittee in charge of this yeai 'i ."-
I nual eon' i ntion of the Department
.1 Fl >rida and Auxiliarj
Mr. Ros ; skj. a past nations
idjutanl of JWV who served as
commander of the Norman v,\<.-
Brown Post IT I from 19S3-C6, .von
the i liny H. ("o it-ii aw u-d I
consecutive years of outstanding
service to his [Hist and the Julius
Deutsch award for meritorious
service to JWV. Working with him
will be Irving R. Cooperman and
M. Jay Berliner.
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Consul General Gilboa Launches
Israel Coin Sale At Carner Bank
Thru MAKCII 2nd
CONCORD
BAKERY
Sale of State of Isra. i specimen
si t rums continues at the Carner
Bank of Miami Beach, one ol only
two hanks In the United States
,.fi, ring i'tli 1989 and 1970 w ts
of the brilliant, uncirculated coins
at the list price of $3.50 a set.
The sale began Tuesday. Fc b. IT.
at the Carner Hank. .) Wash-
ington Ave, Miami Beach, with
i onsul General Moshe Gilboa of
Ihe State "f isra. l on hand for
ning c ..........i a.
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Page 4-B
9-Jenist ncrkHaii
Friday, February 27, \yjn
Stephen Muss Chairs
Scholarship Ball
Looking ever plans for the Scholarship Ball to benefit the
Lehrman Day School of Temple Emanu-El are (from left)
Dr. Irving Lehrmcn. rabbi of the Miami Beach congregation
end founder of the school named in his honor; Murry
Silvershein. public relations chairman of the April 5 dinner-
dance; Stephen Muss, genercl cheirmen. and Daniel Neal
Heller, ccchairman. Proceeds of the S125-a-couple banguet
end bell will go to the scholarship fund of the Lehrman
Day School, which serves the entire Jewish community
under the auspices of Temple Emanu-El._______________
Secondary Education Seminar Planned
Jewish educators of Greater
Miami are joining with the Bureau
(.{Jewish Education and the Great-
er Miami Rabbinical Association
to pian a community-wide seminar
or. secondarv Jewish education
MAR-PARV
KOSHER & PARVE
MARGARINE
Makes kugela mechayeh.
GOOD
AS GOLD!
which will take place the first
*eek in April.
7- IT* itings are held at the of-
fices of the Bureau of Jewish Ed-
ucation on a bi-weekly basis to
..Ian a program for new approaches
and Innovation in Jewish high
s.hools throughout the community.
On the Planning Committee are
Rabbis Len Kronish. Sol Landau.
lax Lipschitz, of the Greater
Miami Rabbinical Association; Dr.
Louis Schwartzn-.an and Herbert
Zvi. Bcrger. of the Bureau of Jew-
ish Education; Abraham J. Gittel-
son of Beth Torah Congregation.
Ronald A. Heller of Temple Men-
urah, and Mrs. Jack Diamond, in-
, structor at Temple Beth Shalom.
' Hollywood; as well as other edu-
cational directors.
... Miami B ach
uhHanthropist and community de-
n named to
, ral chairman of the Schol-
arship Ball of the Lehrman Day
School of Temple Emanu-El. ac-
cording to an announcement made
this week by Joseph Cohen, pres-
ident of the congregation.
The annual gala will be held
at the Fontainebleau Hotel April 5
and attendance at the $125-per-
couple formal dinner-dance, with
music by the Lenny Dawson So-
ciety Orchestra, is expected to sur-
.jass all records, it was reported
Mr. Muss, a board member of
Temple Emanu-El. is in the fore-
front of Greater Miami's cam-
paigns for both State of Israel
Bonds and the Combined Jewish
Appeal-Israel Emergency Fund.
His family has played a major
in ;!: d velopment of such
institutions as Temple Emanu-El.
the Albert Einstein College of
Medicine and other Jewish and
n m- ctarian institutions in Flor-
i ia. New York and Israel.
"Mr. Muss- acceptance of the
chairmanship of the Scholarship
Ball is indicative of the increasing
role accepted by our community's
younger business leaders in bear-
.. ir share ot tne responsibility
for quality education." the tem-
ple's spiritual leader. Rabbi Irving
Lehrman declared.
With more than 275 pupils in
the primary grades, kin lerg rtei
Bnd special nurs rs .;'a-- s. *
Day School is the larg-
est Conservative Hebrew .lay
school in the entire South.
Mr Muss will host a k
breakfast in Felix Young's Easl
Restaurant in theSea. ast Towers
Easl Building d iring which plans
for a sous, nn Journal, the dinner-
dance itself and a category ol
scholarship patrons will be an-
louno .1. Committee chairman for
the April 5 Scholarship Ball, which
is v cted to he one of thi most
significant social events in local
Jewish history, will also I an
nounced at the brunch evi nt.
JWV Post Installs
The officers ol
Cohen-Surfskfe-B
and Auxiliary 723 J wis
Vel Tins, will bs
Ihur Seta 'n. Dej artir
Ida commander.
Glass, president ol i \\,
and their s.afls at >
I'limrnii'i;'
nue an I 93j d Sti I We |<.
Marcn is Guest
past Depai tment c
lee Ferose
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David PinskiQub Meel
The David PinsV J
will feature s .;.'
and a talk on "Hill I
I. Lasavin, at r- 2
n the cafeteria of tl
High School at Drexel Avr-i |
Uth Street at 8 n.m ''
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manager of the branch ctiice
opened by Advance Realty of
Florida. Inc., at 3009 Corel
Way. M:. Blair. who has spe-
cialized in apartment bir.lc.ng
sales, with a 1969 total of near-
ly S3 million, will be working
with Mrs. Louise Berris, who is
in charge of home and lot scles
Another office will be opened
by Advance Realty in the Boca
Pn'^n r -on fo' sunrner.
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Ezral ^ aldai ^ Israel
Membership I uneheon
A membi i ihip buffet lunche >i
b> Ezra! YakJ ii Yis-
rael ai l 30 p.m. Sunday March B
in the home >>f Mr I Mrs v-
fred Turman, 741 86th Si Miami
" ch.
Purpose hi the lunche >n is to
l interested persons with
the new group, which was formed
to aid orphans and undi
leged children in Israel, and hi
tn maintain three homes for girls.
Two of these homes are In Jeru-
salem, out- in Bnal Brak,
. Burton Levey vleft', who was chairman cf the day ct
thp luncheon held recently by the National Council cf Jewish
Women in the Fontaineblecu Hotel and attended by some
7:3 persons, explains Council's point cf view to the after-
noon's featured speaker, Ralph Nader, as Mis. Irving L
Wexler, president cf the Greater Miami Section, locks on.
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Friday. February 27.
1970
Groundbreaking Ceremonies
For Citizens Federal S & I
More than 1.000 persons attended the recent
fund-raising rally held by residents of Point
East for the 1970 CIA-IEF campaign, and a
150o increase in giving over 1969s totals
was noted. From left are (seated) committee
members Freida Lipschitz. Freida Gilman.
Frances Robinson. Bill Robinson. Annie Ack-
erman. Emma Kohlenbrenner and Ceil
Shapiro; (standing) Henry Hennan, Henry
Kaden. David Gilman. Max Longer, Rabbi
Maurice Goldblatt, Al Newman. Jules Kohl-
enbrenner. Morris Snetiker. Al Young and
Shmuel Shumsky.
Beth Moshe Building Fund
Purini Festival Beneficiarv
Temple 15. ta Most* building
ing the Israeli
Purini Festival of 1970. a music-
i ant -comedj extras iganza. Thur-
s-lay evening, April 2. at Miami
Reach Auditorium.
Headlining the perl will
\.. i ... singi i Jo Amar,
with the i dj and musical
i oi i feat ired.
Producer-director Aric Kaduri.
i B ghdad native who emigrated
to Israel and served In its armeti
. irnises a L last
ictioa with somethi
-. one.
Fresh from a tour South
America. Sara Aviani and th
nil] offer t:-.
ol h/i ima long presentation
Sullivan to call her,
'ilv most stunning cirl I haw
on my show."
I n pined by the comedy of
B nv, tlit music of SlUomo
. : who doubles in brass
: i tor .mil accord-
: : tbi kdtihg Dah-
: 11 ino I -
Tempi. Beth Moshe, located on
bus} West Dixie Highway in North
Miami, had been pondering the
i ossibility of relocation in a less
hazardous spot even before the
t:at""dy which provided the final
catalyst u year as
Cross '- highway to attend
lurim services. Mis. Dora Rosen-
:.h".. wife of its rabbi as struck
low: I killed. Tin t:.i-: '.
lupled with constant threats of
iccioVnt to children a:: i adults,
iiiade >i(i their minds.
Th- Ih ibhhg furnl committee is
selling rickets at the temple and
the auditorium box office. They
will be available later at Burdine's
2nd Jordan-Marsh
Graham Atiimotuu'O Hi*
Candidacy For Senate
State Rep D. Robert Graham.
33, who has focused hi< attention
on the problems of education dur-
ing his two terms in Florida's
R rcecntatlves, has an-
nounced ins candidacy for the seat
in Florida's Senate being vacated
b> State Sen. Richard Stone, who
> resign fter the 1970 session.
Vice president ol the Graham
Company dairy am! cattle enter-
prise and of Scnegi Development
Corp., planners and developers ol
North Dadi M an Laki s c-
lion, Mr Grab im is a meml
Ml .'> Kiwanis Club in ; di-
rector ol the Met:.in I in YMCA.
Hialaab-Miami springs Chamber
| tha Dade County
4-11 Club K undati
MAR-PARV.
KOSHER & PARVE
MARGARINE
Delicious on krushes.
THE FOLK CHANNER
GRAND RABBI
LUZER TWERSKY
of
Borough Park, New York
is visiting for the next two weeks at
2880 Pmetree Drive, Miami Beach (Apt. 81
(tianeal
THI PUBLK IS IK VITED
~L*J*m Of OL THE NOMINATING COMMITTEE OF THE WOMEN'S
DIVISION OF THE GREATER MIAMI JEWISH FEDERATION IS
SEEKING RECOMMENDATIONS FOR THE 1070-71 SLATE
FOR THE FOLLOWING OFFICES:
V.r\ CAMfAICN
V>. LfAOCftSMIr TKAIMIMC
V.". COMMUNITY OtGAVZATIOH
w*. murm
WJD. AHA COOffOfNATON
1X0*011*6 SfCVfTAtr
COftfSPONOIHG StCttTAMT
PAHIAMtNT AMAN
Recommendations should be made in writing not later
than Friday, March 6, 1970, and forwarded to the Greater
Miami Jewish Federation, Women's Division, 1317
Biscayne Boulevard, Miami, Florida.
NOMINATING COMMITTEE
CH\ltAH:
KUAMI Bl ACH AM 4.
HC9TH CADI AHA
SOUTH DADI AHA
MfMSfffSMf* AT
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MS. S'DNIY M. SCMWAXTZ
uses, jftovf Ktrtrs
MIS. ItV'NG KArlAN
MtS. JULIAN PACION
1*. mtt SUM9HTC
MtS. MCTBt BASX1N
mis. ntooeEi
MIS. HtVMtC MA NOEL
I MS Mtlllf THAU
Ground has been broken tor the
new downtown regional office ol
Citizens Federal Savings and U>an
Association, which will i*- located
i gao Brickell Ave., Its president.
David Strain, has announced.
The single-story, i re-fabricated
structure is expected to !* rcadj
to serve th' public by late June,
hi said. Citizen! Federal may !
the first to utilize pre-fabricated
tnati rials in construction of facili-
tirs tn serve a rapidly developing
area, Mr. Strain Bald. While the
building is unique In design and
ci ncept, plans call tor replacement
of the temporary structure in
two in three yean with a perma-
nent high-rise office building hous-
ing not only Citizi us Federal, but
a number of local and national
business firm offices, Mr. Strain
added.
Witters Construction Co., gen-
eral contractors, will supervise the
rectktn >! the 7.000-square-fool
one-story facility, which will uti-
lize entirely pre-engineered anil
l>re-fabribated steel sections. In-
door lighting will lie one of the fi a-
tares of the building, accentuating
he structure and attract
tcntion. its architect, Morris !..,,!
hIus, explained.
Chartered in March of 1952 with!
assets of 1330,000, Citizens k,|.
. ral Savings lists cum-nl assets'
f over S72.0OO.0OO and operatr,
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February 27. 1970
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By PEGGY BEE
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March Pluiuiin Opens Local Of fire
i he opening of a i
2020 Nl 163rd Si N rth
Be ich h } i
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It
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W
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Year*' award
Jo" and ..... Brtkl-A
P* ,,.a- but, at 7:00
gatl
l,n time. Mine
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tin*'-
tettc W. is whew the I
ETsaHimau- *'lri'.....' Tl *
KST.U1..... ml "Lew*
P* luck was all good-
nut* and Al Lewh are really
total a "Happing I- '>"
g* : rhelr tli
Khi menl v *i "" *ll wlah-
rtrthrv. naught, ra and
Uickej Roseoe iHci
Uarsl ,-;,rr>
ii in from Gaincs-
tyaraund llerma i ,; --
Mkiu il ta
\ -_.... H'-rln *""-
rinbn I l:"-"
hah I i'1' "print"-
I 50th
The Award for Valor" goes to]
l.ois and Hart BobeL They Jual re-
turnei from a nine-da) bride-
[ilaylng crulae ii> the Caribbean
Islands. Thai much Bridge with
your own apouae really take*
rouragi Salud!
Its now "Goodnlghl Andy."
\mi>. sun of Thelms .mil Btdnej
HthraWi is doing local newacaabi
up In the froa n North M' stu-
ri< nt al the Unlversitj of Rochcst-
. r and just made the Dean'i List
With bruins ami an exciting voice,
i-mi. what more could the girls
want?
Kuth QeftiM is ocean-spanning
to \isii huaband, Marvta who's
working in Germany tor a year.
rtus summer Ruth and her daught-
er. Carol, will live over there anil
- iak up sum'' di I'm history. With
both of theii sons i o nt i>
I lordons havi had an
. \. : 11111
1M>\N < OME DEPARTMENT:
i 'i. i m \ ital ingn illi nl
I I,. ik< is thi
I i
By< foi m i i'
On Valentine's Day. DoOy Harris Wafakle, who poured. ttalvbui
and ai-i- KiiiuiTiiian. who have Liebaaaa could not be present bi
Match, pre. snn ofl ***** aalaw Eaekaira best tiin.w.caus..... a Universit) of Miami
the boa i March Plannir :.r more thnn JO years, surpri.s.,1 faculty meetu.g. Her husband,
nn,l lts .... Bnv UP(! her for her Valentine's 40th birth- tlnjMuHr, who waa able to attend
t*,r rC'i'hih '.vh, t-^ h*-*'*- Mm Country Store. The round be ansssfieady Batter shai
ippointi I thi:........ ii >ls' tnhig that made her realize an interest in Mexican history.
,,,,,,, ... 0| this is all for me" was a giant her new book. The Letters ol
Florida pinata, made by the one and only Mariana Azuela," v..is published
Kuth Harris. When it was opened recently by the Mexican National
The firm, which has n ntlj ic- later, Elaine distributed gifts to all i University Press. Her pn lous
quired Funds, inc., a West Virginia I her guests Including her aunts, books, translations of Azuela's
mutual fund broker rleali lean and Qnanln Fox, Honey Pear- books, "The Underdogs" and "Thi
pany, ai I blished offices in son, an old pal from college days I'rial ol a R spcctable Family"
Hempstead, NY., has becom? one on, Mareta Baud, Jackie Cohen, have won wide acclaim.
of the largt il mutual fund broker RUle Perch, Kiien Leldner, Selma
dealer firms on the East Coast, Turetaky, Adrienae Pollock and
with more than 27,000 clients and Bobble Pomerls.
a s lies force of more than I 0
The "girls" yelling .surprise"'
also included Yiska Meser, ll-nr
( oiuii. Claire Ackman, Eileen
lUnehi Carole Owes, Boo Sha-
piro. Ke\ Levy( Barbara Abelson,
Helen Beharpa and Phyllis Oreen-
feder, Elaim 's husband. Anshel,
annual series sponsored jointly by and two of their children Wayne
pie Emanu-El's Sisterhood .,:,(| pattl Anna:so kept the se- Miami Beach, are ivceiving
ind PTA has been rescheduled for ..,,.| (Alan is away at Emorj I ni- ratulatlons i the birth ol
Wednesday March 18 Originally vcrsit) i langhtei Irille
i Thursday, Feh 26, the re- t.ynn. on Jan. 29. Their son llenr>
, < :. Potok's book 'The The invitations were the i lever- tiurrat Milnea, I da ler-ii
' h> Rabbi Irving 1 ;t little jewelry boxes with a bis law. the foi mer Carol I riednuin i
i Uanta, Ga
Mutual funds selected for Invest-
ors have consistently been in the
top 25' i ol performance.
Book Review Rescheduled
Thi second l> >k review in the
Mapping plans for the annual Youth Aliyah Luncheon to
be held by the Louis D. Brandeis Group of Hadassah in the
Fontaine Room of the Fontainebleau Hotel at noon Monday.
March 9. are from left (front row) Mrs. David E. Reinwald,
and Mrs. Sam Ruban. presidium presidents; (back row) Mrs.
San Lichlenstein. cochairman; Mrs. Ben Lippy. chairman:
Mrs. A. J. Molasky, sponsor, and Mrs. Bernard Lipson. pro-
gram chairman.
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Samuel Weiner u.ts luiuni, ', on
ii occasion of his 80th birthda
S imlay by about ion persons who
. ,i, ndi il a lunchei n Bponaorc i bj
Jewish Social Farband ii tin
Aladdin Room of the Algiers
Hotel
*
Air. ill I Mrs. Harry Milseu tl
owners of the Blossom Shop i
heart exclaiming, "P!< asi Miami IJeai i, li\
ilon'l spill the 11 jins!" compli I
with ii iwstrii k and telling whi i ^(r_ B -.i.^ Bernard Malta
tin 1 ineheon honoi ing the "Sweet- : tl.rta| imla buf-
Vai i "i I he I !> i I'he
a i- ; !- due to
... lances
luncheon, Fashion Show
van ol i) is to be. I he ,. _.., ., ,. \
["< mpli Z ii Sist I ons,,ii ,toi ilsu v ...i ,i ist, out-of-town rel
' mi appropriate skit re. alee.: |K.|ig and f(, .
il M M ., B 0| ,| ir friei I u- ,hi ,., ., vv,.,.( ,.
Marl ruesdaj with to rs ol ^ thl y,ars mak. aivul red- ,,, ,,',,', ih-ir daughter, KnndyN
Her day I Elaine to remember ,Vh birth,|a,
il n i.m. for earlybird ,. ghl ;.. ,ns |,. Bl forty." itn ,.,!,.,,,_ ,.Upids ind x '-
and i noon luncheon In the 11
,,f Fashion Room Fashions
if D idelan l and Coral
modeled bj women Helinan was th. scene of a uran.l
,.i the S sierho nl Mrs Joseph
'.'. icr and Mi s Ben S -hechtci
arc cochairmen for the event.
with a In. lay < ake
Among those pics, mi wi re Mr.
and Mrs. Sidney Dolohoff, Mr*.
reunion on Feb. 13, Marcello had .irr% siedmaa, Mr. arul Mr*. Bern-
The apart menl ol Mrs. Mareella
hard Mo-s. .Ia< I; Ariinson and >lr.
Pal Bdelman ol New York; Mr.
gathered friemls of Mr*. .\n-rt
(Beady Uoldenblaak) Barter ol
San Antonio, who hail come to and >)r, ajes llamburs and Belle
South Florida U> speak for Bran- Han^jmsg, from Long Island; Mr.
Kailk of Paf OoilfeiTed ,l,''s University, together for eof- ,,,,, Mn, si;lll.j Kravet aral Mv.
*" [ee, Since Brady's family came to ,lla (;irtst,.in. from New Jersej
Ten neophytes will have the Mianii jn j,,,^ it W.IS M surprise Mr 1|1(| Mrv rer C'ohea al id
\ mnk of "pager1 conferred upon ro fmd some of Miami's oldest and iiiejr daughter, Mrs. ArswM Wheh-
them m ceremonies over which ,Ilust dlstinguiahed families repre- nM|I|> ,,.,;; Montreal. Canada: Mr.
Chancellor Commander Harvey scntjed among the guests. 'and Mrs rharlea Kravet ami Mr.
Richman will preaide at the 7^30 ^ ^ Mm ,,, n..1.kk,i ,, HoiK-
p.m. Monday meeting of George (.ii|<||t. K;in(|_ LiMii(. wood, and Mrs Suttas mother.
Gershwin Lodge, Knights of Pyth- J Kslhrr Wetable, Lena Wetakk Mrs, William Friedman, raWes
las. A social hour will follow the j ChaUtea, Beaale Oilier, Carol Pryd, were set up for cuds after the
Rather Belnrarti aad Reggh iniests had eaten.
eep-monies.
Jewish National Fund
Strengthens Israel
Traditional
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ceremonies ever cooGucted in the
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. lyne. Rabbi Steven Jacobs con-
tcted the 2 p.m. rites for the
i ighter of Mr. and Mr*. Joseph
A. Levine. 435 SW 30th Rd, and
granddaughter of the late Rabbi
I Mrs Abraham Sachs and her
bridegroom, the son of Mr. and
Mr8 Bortn of Reverei
I arenta,
Boston.
; for the occa-
- active in l\
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High School
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Foi
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with wedding-ring neck-
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.. .. lavish!) trimrni d with sei d
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to a high crov n ol lace and sei d
- She was ait. nded by h'r
lister, Bonnie Schuchman, matron
the groom's sisti r, Janet
Borin. Randy St* Schwarta and
Marcia Tallionoff. bridesmaids. A
v Alan Schuchman, rved
igt> an r. The groom's broth-
er. Michael Borin, a- hi- beat
.nan. Ushers included Gerald GoW-
iv rg, William Who!' i and Can y
- nthaL
After a week-tons; honeymoon
in Nassau. Mr. and Mis Bonn
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Gnrsek offlciah d at lh
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were followed by a m
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J^Samuels Becom*$ The Bride Of
%uard Jy HeOamier, Attorney
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Luncheon Honoree
Si .' 00 women
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MIS. HOWARD >4V MOUANDfft
Softy Beinhorn To Marry
Douglas S. Freednum
Sail Ann Beinhorn and Douglas
Stuart Frcedman have si't June 21
,i the date for their wedding, it
haa bean announced.
Miss Beinhorn, the daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Irvine Beinhorn, 124]
Nl 9i-t T.i graduated from Mi-
., i Edison Sensor Hich School
and .>tt nded the University of
fenneasce. 11> r Dance, who is a
ciaduate of Flo; ida Cei tral Acad-
and attended Georgia South*
.it. L'nlversity, ka the son oi Mr.
and Mis. Jack Freedman of At-
lanta, Cia.
Deborah Chapter Luncheon
The I. ti Ml iml Chanl o
on>h Ho nil 'I will pi .i thi
\ :-- Hotel, 2555 Collins A
Miami Beach, for luncheon at
]. in I'm.'- I r. T ru! t nw -
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Temple H. th Tov S sti rh lod
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(MT-W $2.50 Wash ;nd Set
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Open 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. (Thurs & Friday'
DR. GERALD FRIED
ANNOUNCES THE RELOCATION
OF HIS OFFICE AT
8744 CORAL WAY
FOR THE PRACTICE OF
GENERAL MEDICINE
226-8186
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Friday, February 27
Mindi Jacobs Engaged
To Elliott S. Lorn pert
Mindi Joan Jacobs ami Elliott
Stewart Lampert, who Ixvanv cn-
gaged or: Valentlne'i Day. will be
tbe Kiitsts of honor at a reception
to be held by hor parents. Mr. and
Mrs. J.iry Jacobs, UM1 SW 92nd
Ct.. in th-u bom March 14.
Tbe bride-elect gra.iuan-il from
MISS HINDI JOAN JACOBS
i Coral Park High S
esenl 'udenl at
Miami-] >ade J Hei
fianci tiu ton ol I Mrs.
d Lampert. 6367 SW 13th St..
from t!u I'ni
. ''.
Barry Appoints Mrs. Greene
Mrs. Cynthia < >. < m of N .
Mia
iter in Barry
.'':_- Bus D
Mrs. Greene. ;. > er B.A.
degn il Chath im Oolk ge, Pitts-
burgh, Pa., has tatight at the pre-
school level iated with In Greene Ass
as copywriter.
Israel Programs
FOR ORTHODOX
YOUTH
Bet Midrash Letorah College
for Torah and Jewish Studies
in Jerusalem.
AAachon Gold Teachers In-
stitute in Jerusalem (for girls).
Special half year programs
for American High School
Seniors in Israel (Tochnit Yud
Beit).
Special half year programs
for American Junior High
School Seniors (9th grade stu-
dents' in Israel (Tochnit Tet).
A year of studies in an Is-
raeli Yeshiva for High School
Graduates and College Stu-
dents.
Gesher Summer Seminars
for High School Youth.
ADULTS
Also Israel Summer Seminars
for Rabbis and Educators
Far Further Information
Please Contact:
TORAH EDUCATION DEPARTMENT
JfW'SM AGENCY
SI5 Park Avenue,
New York City, 10022
T.I: (212) PI 2 0600
MARSHA I. TALIANOfF
Marsha Tclianoff To
Be A June Bride
Mr. ami Mrs. George J Talianoff,
1560 Meridian Ave.. Miami Beach.
announce the engagement of their
Kilter, Marsha Linda, to r>>n-
.'. i Saj I n of Dr. and
Mrs Una II M Sayel 225 N
re Dr.. N irmandj lsl< Miami
Beach.
M ss ".' I a1
-it;. Evans-
Ill., where she is in
: '.' Sa; '
:', gi 11 iati "f iti. L'nivi rsity of
Florida. Gain. a
stud"
ml ol Mi dii
A June w< acting is plann I
Women's League Luncheon
Lincoln Miami Beach Oi
Women's League for Israel, will
hold its fifth annual donor lunch-
eon in the Plaza Hotel at noon
Sunday, March i~> Under the pa-i
tronage of tlv Mi.imi City Cum-
mission, the Performing Arts s -
i-iety of Great.t Miami, Pan! Ii
Pierre. director, pSchool of M>usical|
Arts, will present Germailie Miller .
as soloist in excerpts fmm Fiddler!
on the Roof. Emma Rattner is I
donor chairman; Rose Delict-son
is president
Happenings
Newest book in the library' of
t#> Miimi Board ot Realtors is
the -Illustrated Encyclopedic
Dictionary of Real Estate
T- rms,' written by Miami brok-
er and board member Jerome 8.
broker in New York si ite, Pub-
Ushed by Prentice Hall, the new
book presents real estate term-
in easy to understand langu
accompanied by Illustrations and
xp '.nations throughout its 168
pac -
*
The Miami Palette Club will
meet Friday in the Evergl
Hotel for a business meeting
and membership showing of
paintings and china, according
'.I an announcement made by
Mrs. France* <;o!nst*in of Miami
Beach
Circuit Judge Milton A. Fried-
man will give the sermon Fi -
j March 5, at Beth Da> id
Con II ill sp ik "ti
Amei: i's M il lise
: He will '-
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Vlcoha ism"
t the Ii :' -
V I ':) 27
ORT HOLDS SALE
\ tless .i -. \
it the $
oi Wi imen -
p iRT from 9 a m
a.m. Sat !'. 11 :
Summer Camp for Girls:
OUERUIEICHT?
t'.rrh I* vim Jcan iaj share up
.nfu-ft:ij r( s..r-c^ d
IRWIN M. STILLMAN. M.D.
tamons *' Nflj pi f*>t comlrot
The Doctor t V*. CRIUP IRHECREST
StanfertfviHt. N.V. |Mi fnB.T C.)
K I vrv>rn. k.ij1 ctmt<\ dc'u. j
ocatificdxi ItrudracM I> A nurse.
A^rrtAClWI LOSS IM 4? LBS.
'*U*f wto Caat ijucreil left MJ
MCnCrsifari* I *C 1W73 : 2'? : HJ
AccirditiHl b> Amu. of Private Ctp
B'l An.r-fc-an fam(.*.- A i
J
The leadership of Westview Women's Day, a succes*
fund-raising affair held recently at Westview Country Cli
in behalf of the 1970 CJA-IEF campaign, met with Arthur!
Rosichan. executive director of the Greater Miami Je\"
Federation, assistant executive director Myron J. Brodie en
Elliot Cchan. director of the Federation's Women's Division
for an evaluation session. They were Mrs. Louis Davidson
(left! Mis. Samuel Friedland and Mrs. loseph Slej.
CAMP ECHO LARK
Poyntelle, in the Pocono Mountains of Pennsylvania
Separate Camps with Facilities for
150 BOYS, 150 GIRLS & STAFF OF 135
Comp'ete Modern Infirmary with Full Time
Doctor and Nurses
All Buildings New and Modern
Grounds Bounded by Two lakes
Dietary Laws Observed in Dining Room
Guest Houses Provided for Visiting Parents
Same Management for 30 Years
CAMP ECHO LARK Offers a Full Schedule of Athletic
Cultural Activities to Please Every Camper, including:
WATER SPORTS-S.vimming, Boating, Canoeing, Sa g .'
Skiing
ATHLETICS-Nine All-Weather Tennis Courts, Indoc end OJ
door Basketball Facilities, Nine-Hole Golf Course, full ime ?'Q
Basketball, Football, Soccer, Indoor and Outdoor Po'.ersk-n<]
Inter-Camp Games, Archery, Tennis, Fencing, Tra" coline
CULTURAL-Dancing, Drama, Arts and Crafts. Fine Arts, So: =1;
Saturday morning Services.
For further information and Brochure contact
ACE WEINSTEIN
5700 COLLINS AVENUE, MIAMI BEACH
Telephone 864-8281
Pocono Highland Camps
In the Heart of the Pocono Mountains of Northeastern Pennsylvania.
ATTENTION PARENTS
Traveling arrangements are being completed for Miami children presently enrolled via Eastern
Airlines Non-Stop Jet.
it A limited number of camper openings available Section quotas
Unexcelled direction for thirty-five year, in the finest tradition under same ownership.
- Only 412 hours traveling time from Miami.
Featuring magnificent new all-weather
Olympic tennis courts
Outstanding watei skiing program
3 Motor Boats.
Extended canoe trip and sailing programs
7 miles of trails
4 indoor regulation Brunswick bowling lanes
V-Hole professional golf course
English and Western riding
Ham radio and electronics
The Director Mr. Louis Weinberg is in Mimi now for a limited time, interviewing interested prospective staff mem-
bar.. Parents desinng a camp adhering to the highest possible standard, of operation, pleas^ 3.ct our Miami rep
MRS. JACK (NANCY) DAVIS
11042 PARADELA AVENUE, CORAL GABIES TELEPHONE 665-9147
u.ur --J2? .J '"*"" an "PPointment with the director,
HOME OFFICE: 6528 Caster Avenue, Philadelphia, Pa 19149


*, February 27. 1970
vJcnist Flcria/iim
rage
11 B
shion Show Highlight Of Local Delegation At Institute
[other-Daughter Luncheon
Borfcowitz ami Broadview. Ba> Harbor Ialandi A
M'"ra> ,.".,,,,/ win ratfMon ihow coordinated by.
W ''' k is n1 thV^ttW'.ial MI(im'5 Fashions v\ ill Ix- H liiuh-
i of the luncheon.
Mr. ami Mrs. Brrkowitz who
haw turn active lupporteri of ili>
fjrenter Miami Hebrew Academy
inr yean have two rhildn*n who
.in- graduate! i>f Ihe Miami Beach
Hebrew da) ichool, larjp-sl In i.n
. lit in- South.
Thi ir son. Abbey Berkowit, i
rv w attending Ner Israel Ycshiva
i;i Toronto, i 'ntario.
Robin, who will l' a guest along
with her mother, is now atten
the Otga and Margaret Weishaua
itii Girls in Miami Beach, an ai
fllate uf the Hclirevi Academy,
ivnotbei daughter, Bonnie, i* in th
second grad< at the Academy. Mrs.
licrkowits is a member ol tin
board ol th<- Hebrew Academj
Women, a pasl pn sW< nt "i tin-
Mesivta Women and h room moth-
.: nt thi Hebrew Academy. Ro-
2*1
Ml/Mir BfKKOW/TZ and KOM |, ls known .is the "song-
bird" ot til Academ). lias i" i
.: ": ''" imnlat numerous Academj and
v \ which
v ,,,. ..miiiiiinitv functions witli tin II. -
C ol Ml
I ,s iooio w brew Acadi m> choir
bfisha Dichtcr Concert 3id
In Series At Beth Sholom
!"li N itional Council of Jewish
Women'* three-da) Institute In the
' n's capil :! was attended bj
220 delegates from throughout tli
country, Includ rig 11 from th
ing I.. Wexler, president of the
irg mi/atl in, report -
The sul |ects riiscus - c il welfare pi ogi am* their
soii'i-' of I ind ng nnd the :i>i in
ychl i the government should gel
- rv'ces to the peop'e for whom it
-. intended; legislative inu such
- Family Assist inoe, a new wel-
fare program to provide minimum
income maintenance b> providing
lid to the working poor, Revenue
Sharing a pvoporal for tax dollar
distribution t>\ the federal govern-
n. nt t n Ii 'vo the fin incial but
ler on si it,-v and progr ims il
.'. used, such a* the Fo id
St imp ind School Lunch Projects
Tlv women also considered the
Manpower Trainin : \ct. Schno'
n. negn 4 iM "1 the toiti-BallUt -
System, ind heai t reports on the
Council's Center for Revireh i"
Rducation of the Disadvantaged
Thi > \ Isited tin ir sena'oi s nnd
congress nen, and h -1<-'i th
lors i lunehe m in the new
-;.-n ii. Office Building.
Wh n i'ii' p-iid an afternoon
i t i the White House, Mrs
Richard Nixon, their hostess was
i-si.ii'ii iiy Mrs Helen Bentley,
chairman ol the Fedral Maritime
I'omuilasiont Mrs Mary Brooks,
diweiorof the- VS. Mint, and Mrs.
Rlizabeth 1). Koontz. direct
the \\ omen s Bureau.
Mi imi's delegates to the the in-
stitute, in addition to Mns Wexler,
ai Mrs. Philip Bloom, Mrs Mo -
man Cohan, Mrs. Phyllis Garber,
Mrs. Jack Friedberg. Mrs. L
(i. (Million. Mis. Aim Stolei. Mis.
Bernard Yedlin, Mrs. Arthur Ly-
ons, Mi -. A iron arr an i Mrs.
Stanley C Ms." -
third ami last concert in the
, :- c Art*- & ries tpon-
by Ti: p. 1- th Sholom will
ir..-- M '' who won
thi I Ch :Uo\ -
; M C IW
1(1: ':'"':- I v ho
to th
Static il n ts a I
i- up in
first
k thi
I '-' petition
' lucaton
al Coi which h
' -' i- romp in
- was
' l
Th<- artist, who has performed
Aith the Boston Symphony, Phila-
delphia Orchestra, the symphonies
oi Pitts lurgh, Houston, Detroit
ind San Francis i i in I the Lo
v. .-. Philharmonic, mad his
\ w York dcbul with Leonard
r. nsteln and the New Y ai> Phil-
: rnonlc In I9tt8
I:, '., :> for the meet t. which
a,i- he iv Id ai the Beth Sholom
Auditorium, il il i'h se Ave Mi-
tt i; begin it H 30 p m S iturtl i>
March 7 in Beth Sholom Vud
llll* base Ave M
Be ch, ar on sale it the temple -
if| < AlK_ Musi il X '
Gables and Miami Beach R
Company on Line iln Ri i I
NEW PROGRAM FOR AMERICAN ORTHODOX
HIGH SCHOOL STUDENTS IN ISRAEL
conducted by
NERKAZ YKSHIYOT NEI AMY A
MJUTH AMY VII OF THE JEWISH AGENCYj
for information: Writt or CaM:
Dr. Megalith or Rabbi Urivetsky
YOUTH ALIYAH DEPARTMENT JEWISH AGENCY
JlSfork Avenue, t m York, N.Y. 10022 Tol: (212) PI 2-0600
WDER..
GOLF-TENNIS
CAMP FOR
TEENS (Co-Ed)
* beautiful Rex ^^^ lake in fhe ro|ling lake-ridge
"wy of Florida s Central Highlands A superior summer
^P program at Florida's First Golt Resort 18- hole
8-rP?'Ship Course '"dividual coaching in golf, tennis
water sports by top Pros Pool and lake swimming
jJ,*,,nB Sailin9 Driver Ed. Fishing "Trips
*'ls Discotheque Academic tutoring available.
Camp Session Starts
cam.,,, ,lNI 27-AUGUST 1",
Hr il l "KT0RS: VICTOR E- JACOBSON, A. RIFKIN
nure and Particulars write: S. T. Giffard, Dapt. JF
Harder Hall Golf-Tennis Camp
Completely Air Conditioned
ebr,ng, Fla. call collect 813-385-0151
7 FULL AND
EXCITING
WEEKS
FOB JEWISH
HIGH
SCHOOL
STUDENTS
, AGES IS to 18
I ROUND TRIP
BY JET
IN ISRAEL, ITT
PARTICIPANTS ENJOY:
o Vtalta to Biblical
holy placet
Meeting* with government ot-
ficalo and lecture* on liraeli life
Gathering* with Itraeli youth
Trip* through the length and
breadth of the land
Work period with kibbutz
Shabbat and Kashrut Observed
Sponsored By Hadossah
Zionist Youth Commission
In cooperation with the Amertran
Zioniat Youth Foundation. Inc. and
the Jewish Agency tJerualem i.
The Youth Commnaion i* an ac-
knowledged leader in Jewnh educa-
tion and camping and ha* conduct-
ed annual Summer in l*rael coure*
*,nce 151
Epenenced and re*ponible Amen-
can and Itraol leader* jupervue and
guide the group emur.ng npert
direction and care For brorhure
and further information write or
call Mri E. Stone.
ISRAEL TOUR
FOR TEENAGERS
MAOAtJSAM ^lONISI vyUTH COMMISSION
116 W. 14th Si. New York. N Y. 10011
(212) OBaoon 5-1164
NOW ENROLLING
VILLAGE PINES
"A Country Day School"
* PRESCHOOLJUROUCH CILXDE 3
* SUMMER LAMP '
( -arter member Florid Kindergarten.Cqw^il 92nd Ave. at 152 Street
. Qualified and certified staff Coral Reef Dnve at U. S. 1
New under new manasemeut and direction of certified
IrMMelery School Teacher With 30 lean experience
Call for descriptive brochure Telephone: 235-6621_______^^^^^


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Barry Alai ind Mrs.

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Schoo four
j ars.
Pai'. 'in the cerei
will !>* Mi .-. H
Frank Sasloe. Alex Lid-
loel Fried, St. re Mill Adolph
Sanctnkk, Max Mill Louis
Schwartz and Morris P. tack.
The celebrant will b.' hoi: ired
at a reception in the temple on
Saturday.
*
JEFFREY MOSS
Jeffrey, the son of Mr. ami Mrs.
Donald Moss, will be called to the
Torah as a Bar Mitzvah during
rhi Sabbath morning services con-
ducted by Rabbi Ralph P. Kings-
lej at Temple Sinai of North Dado
Saturday. Feb. 28.
Jeffrey is a seventh grade stu-
dent at John F. Kennedy Junior
High School and attends Temple
Sinai's Religious School.
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MARLA GOLDBERG
'.
. .: Gol II : if North Miami
ih at
Congi gation Frida;
.. F '>. 27.
A stud at 1 H a Wolk
> lev-
ears. Maria I nl nue
: Jewish educal
*
CLIFFORD ABEL
Clifford, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Paul Abe! ol North Miami Beach.
ill observe his Bar Mitzvah Sat-
.. lay morning. Feb. -S. at Beth
Torah Congregation..
Clifford attends Harold Wolk
Religious School and will continue
his rtligious education there,
t
BENJAMIN KOFFLER
At Beth Torah Congregation
Saturday morning. Feb. 28. Benja- '
rr.in. son of Mr. and Mrs. Harry
Koffler of North Miami Beach,
will celebrate his Bar Mitzvah.
The celebrant has attended the
Harold Wolk Religious School at
Beth Torah for the past several
vears and will continue his educa-
tion there.
* t
PHILIP STEIN
Philip, the son of Mr. and Mrs.
Fred Stein. 1730 SW 98th Aw.,
will become Bar Mitzvah Saturday
morning. Feb. 28. at Temple Or
Otom.
The celebrant attends Rockway
J inior High School, where he Is
,ii *lie seventh grade, and has been
of the Khoury I
I i- bal irs.
. : -t the
Oneg g the Fri-
. as well a- the
tl temple following
i. ar.d a
In thi lr hom S
who wil
;j >n will be
'-. Mr.
and Mj -. Howa I ". Fai land, pa-
[sidor and
'. ;,i si- ii his great nl
Sol Ros nl i g, and Mr. and
.;- Jack Stein, his great-aunt
;ni uncle, from X u York.
Beth Torah Concert
Marks Music Month

nt tl Co!
spenso I *- *
. B '
t ir in th
501 end PAUL 2IMU
temple's main sanctuary at 8 p.m.
Sunday. March 8. In a program
Which will include musical comedy.
operatic arias, ballads. Israeli and
\ iddish folk tunes as well as litur-
gical song.
The Zimel Brothers, who have
appeared in Carnegie Hall. Madi-
son Square Garden and Town Hall,
a-- well as many other cities in
the United States and have given
concerts in Europe and Israel,
have nvade recordings for United
Artists Records.
Tickets are available at Beth;
Torab's busini ss ol fie
nro la Differenza!
12:00' 2:30
Cei"'ow< SoocAfiches from
9V
E-rreet f'Oi J' 50
Ponce de lon ort Palermo
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/
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Do you need a lot of lute for CAMELOT.
No indeed. Just a hearty appetite.
And a passion for tine food. Isn't
it lime you had your day in our court?

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. The Rosenthal Family's a,
O FAMOUS KOSHER CUISINE 5^
in the GOLD COAST DINING ROOM
NOW OPEN TO THE PUBLIC


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+Jm*ist) fhrUkam
Page 13-B
The Studio Restaurant
LUXURIOUS DINING
ELEGANT FRENCH CUISINE
For Something New and Different ir Our Miami Area
2340 S.W. 32nd Ave.
443-2536
Call For Information Before Going To The Theatre
ClvMlA'
L and Mrs. Morns Rahino-
^3020 Bricke'.l Ave.. were
mcna the pc;?enqeis when
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[ s Sunward sailed from the
CwPwtolM lor a seven-
.:I.1!S<; du: : which it will
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KB.
WIN
YWRE ALWAYS A
WINNER AT
THE
FOR FINE DINING
Hiiife'i m
SirWi Steak
Diaorr
Making a point in discussion with U.S. Sen. Edward M.
(Ted) Kennedy of Massachusetts is Stephen H. Corner ilef(\
chairman o! the beard o! the Corner Bank of Miam: Beach,
who served as chairman of the national founding luncheon
cf the Society cf Builders of the American Medical Center
at Denver. Sen. Kennedy was principal speaker at the
Fontamebleau Hotel event which also marked the dedica-
tion of the Joseph P. Kennedy Memorial Cancer Research
Laboratory at the American Medical Center at Denver.
John Forte was co-chairman of the luncheon.
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WEDDINGl BAR MiTZVAHS BANQUETS UNLIMITED
At Your Home, Hall or Synagogue
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KATZ's PARADISE Restaurant
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MEAT FISH ie STEAKS CHOPS CHICKEN
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CAPONS CORNISH MENS
PRIME RIB ROASTS OELMONICO STEAKS
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'tonight,
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we're going to
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A LOUNGE
ll Ik. Stoat** IikI *
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STEAK? STEAK? STEAK?
WE'RE CRAZY!
Ever since we opened for business in March of 1967. we've
been featuring steak on our Smorgasbord tables on Satur-
day nights, and many of our guests have said occasionally,
"All the steak you care to eat for only $2.45? You folks
must be cra.'y!" Were 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 e.ery
Saturday night. Try it vou'll find you can't afford to eat
at home!
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UK BOB] *a#r 4111 $'
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Serving Authentic Italian Cuume
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Restaurant
Dinners from SI.55
Wines-Beers-Cocktails
All Dishes Prepared to Order
13*12 N.W. 7th Ave. Miami. 688 9348
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frnm Hors t"et*r:s to a Complete Butftt
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>JeisfHer Mian
Friday. February 27
Hadasaah Groups
Meet for Luncheon
The stein, n >. \\r- Urou| :
Hadaaaah will meel f Mondas noon m thi Algiers H
M | -low will be ih<
ncnl
will -' l-'a,h_
at the
Ud islo. Mrs Pauline
sklent.

lai luncbeon mxvt
: the Kartimah l.riMip wfl >
hiM at 11 JO a.nt Monday in
Sinsai>oro H t.!. Ben Dfctaaan.
uast-chaplain ol the New Jew J
levJah Wai Veteran*, ho is Um
lurnnt president of the Mandolin
proup of Greater Miami, will pro-
vide tho entertainment acca
ted on the harmonica by Pat o, i-
lucia. Mrs. Loona Mi
dent of tho group.
\ Different Kind
Of Music Festival
A unique and stimulating musio
frativai wiU the Miami
Beach Auditorium Saturday
C April 4. according to an an-
: > Rabbi Abraham
Kirf. i. lirector of Luba-
vttch. which is nmnanrtt the
i vent.
Featured will be the in:
tu>r.a!ly known Chassi Ik S Bgen
EX Lteakter and Cantor Shmu. 1
h. brr of St. Louil in the Brat
i ntatJon of
i;s ki:>1 in the South" -
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Dr. Vi
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. said. 1
lessor of s
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Fridhry Film Openings
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Members of the B'nai B rith District 5 board of governors
display their President's Club Awards as evidence they
have joined the national honor group of B'nai B'rith Youth
Services Appeal supporters. Pictured with otheT principals
at the recent board meeting in Tampa are. (from left' Jay
Mcrkcwitz. Tampa; Lee Sharff. Falls Church. Va.: Dr. A. J.
Kravtin. Columbus, Ga.: Maurice Bisgyer, Chevy Chase.
Ma.: Mrs. Katherin W. Hertzberg. Washington. DC: David
M. Blumberg. Knoxville. Tenn.. chairman of the B'nai B'rith,
national fund-raising cabinet; Joseph H. Hanchrcw, Wilscr.,
N.C.: Paul Seiderman. Miami Beach; Jack J. Jenkins, Was:.-,
ington. D.C.; Dr. Leon Feldman. Asheville, N.C., and Ger.e|
Eisen of Tampa. District 5 of the 500,000-member Jewish!
service organization is comprised of the states of Maryland,!
Virginia. North Carolina. South Carolina. Georgia, Florida'
and the District of Columbia.
Obituaries
Gulf stream Park's 13-Day Meet Starts
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b the S2S.ooo-a-td. d Applcton
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sill be featured in the first four
days ..f the 43-day nm Friday's
i-furiong, S25.000 Hutchesoi
Stakes for thm-y- ar-olds, and the
00 Donr. Hi ft'-.
1 on Sat unlay.
FaAlon sh ws will be a daily
icaturc at Gulfstream, and the
liopular Paddock Oub in the pad-
[lock an a ith promiiM nt own-
ers, trainers. Jockeys, members of
tin press and other turf personali-
ties "n hand to discuss various
I of ratine and answer ques-
.tions fr.mi patrons will hold iti
psnions at noon on .Mondays.
tVednesdays and Saturdays,
Gulfstream's proeram calls for
ti n races daily with I
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\\airi iing and ,i f< etas
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The Ladies Aum |
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27. 1970
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NOTICE OF ACTION
IN THE CIRUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
OADE COUNTY. CIVIL ACTION
No. 70-J073
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
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LEGAL NOTICE
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COL1T
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 70-571
JOHN R. BLANTON
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CIVIL ACTION
No. 70-2816
SU'T FOR DIVORCE
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CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY.
No. 70-J12*
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
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in th ("ountj JUdgra of fhidi' Coui
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provided in Section 7H.16, Florida
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Dated .' Miami, Florida thin 28th
da] of January, A t) 1*7".
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