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"•Jewish Flaridian Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEiKlY 7 — Number 37 Miami, Florida. Friday, September 11, 1964 Two Sections — Frice 23w Anti Israel Moves on Tap At Arabs' Summit Confab %  Sight *.c ^eft are Rainieri Mazilli, President of t^e House of "ofeser.:: .ves ol Brazil, talking with Morris B. Abram, president pf theAmerican Jewish Ommiitee, nn'l leaaer oi iu> aeitg-xlion tc South America, in his offices in Brasilia. AJC Mission Studies Latin Jewish Groups By Special Report YORK — "Argentina's .s feel more insecure to:hey did six years ago." Jewish Committee lead :;ed at a press conferts Institute of Human headquarters in New erican Jewish Commitgation just returned three-week. 15.000-mile, nd study mis>ion to four erican countries, said the among Jews in Argentred much more uncer:han during the last visit :he Committee leadership NEW 1150.000 .'•. day than \meriei." krs re ; pnee &• Relationkfork Ci1 An Alee (".-: from ;. goodwill outh Am kituatior. lina apt' lain now khere of (n 1958. "Whi c we do not doubt the goodwi of the Argentine leadprrhip in government, of the Catholic Church and of the press, their techniques in on. nosing anti-Semitism are ineffective," Committee President Morris B. Abram, who headed the delegation, asserted. Mr. Abram went on to point out that: • Although the Argentine Penrl Code outlawed the neo-Fascist. anti-Semitic Tacuara and Guardia Restauradora Nacionalistat in May, 1963, there has been proliferation of such groups and increased violent activities, with 1neftectual enforcement of the law. More thnn 150 incidents of violence against Jews involving death and bombings have been reported in Continued on Page 10-A LONDON — (JTAi — The chiefs iii state of the iu Arab League nations opened their summit conference in Alexandria on Sat irday night with the primary put pose of arriving at some form ol agreement on joint counterisures to Israel's Jordan Riv•r irrigation project, and on the establishment of a united Arab military command. Action on both l hese measures was announced at the conclusion of the last Arab iinimit conference in January, but no progress has been made .m either project to date. At the opening session, the Arab leaders approved an agenda which includes a discussion ol threaten(I Arab projects to divert the Jor Ian waters from Israeli use. The conference agenda also includes follow-up action on decisions of the first Arab leaders' meeting on the establishment of a united military command, and the presentation of the Arab ease to the i, si oi the world. Lack ol pi • ss on the Arab Jordan River diversion projects was attributed by observers here to the unwillingness of Lebanon accommodate any other Arab militarj forces in her territory, where most of the Jordan River tributaries have their source. At a subsequent meeting on Monday, a dispute developed over military protection for a League project designed to arrest Israel's .Ionian River plan. The dispute seemed on the way toward nullifying the second Arab summit conference since January, when the Arabs chiefs had voted to syphon oft part of the Jordan River in Lebanon. Jordan and Syria before it flows into Israel. The conference also moved to spend $42 million to strengthen the armies of these three nations as a further threat toward Israel's plans. SHUKAIRY SHOWS UP AGAIN Arabs Rebuff Democrat Party Platform on Israel ADL Reveals Disappointment In Ecumenical Conversion Step By Special Report NEW YORK — In the wake ol what f.; termed "a weakened t Vaticai Council draft declaration Ion JewDore Schary, national chairman of the Anti-Defamation League f B'nai B'rith. this week made pi lie findings of a survey Ishowing the strong impact ol the deicide charge" on Catholic attitudes towards Jews. He laid that although another year v.: DC required to complete the study, the interim figures and conclusi is have been circulated among American Catholic prelates and a number of leading European churchmen. At the same time, Schary called the draft declaration's emphasis on the Church's traditional desire to convert the Jews "extremely unfortunate." He declared that "we have not the slightest doubt of the good faith of American Catholics in wishing the church to be freed of anti-Jewish sentiments as • quasi-official doctrine. Although this is also the heartfelt wish of Jews, the issue is in Christian hands—But it should be clearly understood that Jews will not pay the price of conversion." The survey is part of a League sponsored study on religion in American life and its impact on anti-Semitism. It is being conducted at the Survey Research Center at the University of California at Berkeley. The research, initiated in 1961, is under the direction of Dr. Charles Y. Clock, director of the center. Schary said the survey found that a significant number of Continued on Page 9-A LONDON — (JTA' — An aggressive Arab rebuff of the American Democratic Party's platform pledge to support Israeli integrity %  as voiced last week in Cairo, at the opening of a 13-nation Arab Foreign Ministers meeting, according to dispatches received here from the Egyptian capital. The Arab Foreign Ministers also issued a joint, open call for con eerted Arab action to liberate Arab lands "from imperialism and Zionism." Foreign Ministers from all Arab League states attended the sessions, which set the stage for the second Arab summit meeting, starting over the weekend in Alexandria. Egyptian Foreign Minister Mahmoud Riad. in a keynote address, said the "positive results of Ihe first summit (held in January), and the steps already tak en since, encourage us to continue our determined and intensified ef forts to crush Zionist imperialism which is presently seeking to usurp Arab (Jordan River' water, after having usurped Arab Pales tine. The liberation of Arab lands from imperialism, which is still present in some parts of the Arab world, and of foreign domination: • nd exnleitation. requires our cooperation." Arab League secretary General Abc'el Khalek Hassouna said in a speech that the aim is to "liberate our homeland from imperialism and Zionism, which are transgressing the unity and prepress of our nation." Ahmed Shukairy, former Saudi | Arabian Ambassador to the United Nations, head of a so-called "Palestine Arab Delegation." and j now chairman of the Arab League-1 sponsored "Pale-tine Liberation Movement." arrived in Cairo with a 15-point program for "the iinal liquidation of Israel." He said his movement's executive committee adopted the plan at a meeting in Jordanian-held Jerusalem last week. "This time." he declared, "the' liberation movement is to work in all seriousness.' He boasted that not only have "Palestine troops' been lined up. but "the financial requirements" have also been arranged. ON (VERY SCORE Christians Free In Israel, Says Prelate Hakim CHICAGO — (JTA) — Israels Mghest ranking Christian prelate. ieorges Hakim, Archbishop oi all .ialilee and head of the Melchite Church in Israel, declared this week that "we Christians enjoy complete freedom in Israel for our .burettes, schools and for all our restitutions." The Archbishop made that statement in an interview with J. I "ishbein. editcr of The Sentinel. Chicago's Jewish weekly, during a reception given the prelate by the Chicago Board ot Rabbis. The went, at the temple of Emanuel Congregation here, was attended not only by rabbis and other lead ?rs of the Chicago Jewish com munity, but also by ranking repre sentatives of the Catholic Arch lioce.se here and the Protestant Church Federation of Greater Chicago. Archbishop Hakim, who has his headquarters in the all-Arab city of Nazareth, noted that there are now about 55,000 ChrisContinued on Page 3-A Vatican Denies Aim to Convert Jews ROME (JTA' — A h '5 n Va,i can source asserted this week that the revised draft of the Ecumenical Council statement on Catholic-Jewish relations had been erroneously interpreted as con-| taining an appeal to Jews to eon vert to Catholicism. The comment, stressing that the, new draft was to be considered a proposal for discussion, and thus object to change, was made in reply to the publication in New York last week of part of the revised draft which evoked sharp and widespread criticism from Jewish leaders in many countries Observers here said the reply had been made with remarkable speed, and with obvious surprise at the >..,>., negative reaction from Jewish sources. The source asserted that the new text deviated only in form, and little in substance, from the oriqinal text proposed at the second session of the Council. The source insisted that the Continued on Page 13-A GRAVE TRIALS AHEAD Shazar, Eshkol In New Year Greeting to All JERUSALEM — (JTA) — In a New Year message calling for the strengthening of Israel and Jewish life the world over. Israel's "resident Zalman Shazar noted the "grave and bitter trials man'and continued to endure through ut the past year" He voiced hope that the coming year "will lulu us iloser to the lime when Ihe sword will not judge between peoples and the mighty; and marvelous conquests of science will be diverted to joining the war nst hunger, disease, ignorance and desolation." President Shazar deplored the fact that, "while Israel's hand is ext'^'od for peace, the face of the Arabs is still turned toward war, and they are being misled by the intoxicating, blinding slogan —the desire to annihilate us." He voiced the hope that the new year will bring "the blessing of free aliyah from every corner of the world" and called upon Jews Continued on Page 14 A



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-are +3eistFlcrkl&r Fridcy. flbfljaajut. Kol Nidre to Launch Yom Kippur Tuesday Eve lit --..•-• • • : .-; of Atnee-'-—.-;• i: ;un4ovn. Vaai lUppor iB cor.tajoe ail da? Vedaeida; Sept H ih the Y.z -XBtMTi Kt S*aedJ,T •-i =-NeiUfl praser UTJSthe H.... Daj to a CMKIUMOM eekeod fool n Ik* Sabbath erf -.c* >htcfa falli oo ~Ai*r i :-x.i. T iae trad %  1 penitence be eca Bosh and Y-xn Kippur. A the Tabj roic.ev.... been at Soadav ever v Bad wwtinoe the following Slon^i;. and Taesda> Sept 2"and 22 CANDLEUGH7ING TIMl 5 Tishri — 6:10 pjn. Timpl Beth Am. MM V KenKJC'1'. -t) ,.. affjeiate dunn; -.-* launch Sept 15 %  •VeO %  --" i" %  at I .... | .. Ye*J I "•.".%  ; > p %  be Wfc %  Re n Yizkor the aesdaj M : i Neither CM • -d -; terviee '" %  -.' •-i-:" HUl ': r Temple Beth El of Hollywood. Shat 1:13 7 ith Rab:.. "g and preacnini Trie Seond Chance Ko. Nidre will launch the YO.T. Kip Rabbi Bere. Wen i '• ': at 8 la p.m Sermon will be Th< sin of Silence Services on Wed r>e-da\ beam at 16 am Title oi the Rabbi'. addres> will be Ex Children'* Yom Kippur -ervio:slat ?d for 1.30 p m Yizkor mem •rial v ill be held at 4 pm. with Sermon ailTbe Eternal! *• cl Mn2 ^ a ** at P m On VYednesdav servic-Jacob C. Cohen Community Synagogue, 1332 Washington Ave. will hold Shabbat Tescbuvah -ex viceon Saturday at 6 30 a.m.. • Sabbath of Repentance %  enrieei tote weekend in Beth Israel Conaregetion, 711 Mth SI at 8 30 a.m. Yom Kippur. the Lav of Atone Meat, will open with Kol Nidre ?—V". '* So v,rtu jn Tuesday evening at 6 p.m. with Cantor Rabbi J Pollack ren daring the musical portion? of the tiaargy Gates. begin at 8 am with Yizkor mem. onal scheduled at 11 am Rabbi Wein will di-cu-Three Que^ wonThe day'service will con dude w,th th.Neilah pr %  • %  :th Rabbi Abraham Weinschneider, th..cantor and choir officiat Kol Nidre or. Tuesday, Sept 4 p m At Congregation .Beth Tfilah, 15. will be at 6 15 pm Yom Kip pur. the Lay of Atonement con Euclid Ave Rabbi Joseph ,,,„„ n A ,.^.--i Hue's I oa> Wednesdav Sept THE GREATEST GIFT FOR YOU IS A SAFE ISRAEL BOND Happy rle.v Year from Isrotl Maythie Friedberg HI Wil CONVALESCENT HOME 135 S.W. 12tti AVJ. LEO ALLEN, hirecfor m. E 9-027S, F> 4-5437 Saetiariiing in Cere le the IHtrly end Chronically III 24-Hour Nursin] Service Special Diets Strictly Observe 1 Private end Semi-Private Rooms — JewishStyle Cooking OFFICES OF DISTINCTION by PAVLOW it ; n >.-.' %  n at 6 3* p ~ -er> stKe Da? of A'^f^e?::;**:: serMC*cont.D-c *ednedav oe fcrfit at e am. vtth the Ytzkor rial scheduled for : 30 am. n ieea are at 10 a.m Cantor Tebadah L. Kei!bran readers the anaaaal portson* ef all Kivkea • • • Ri:ham Cassel will ofite i K : Nidre aen •of Terah Tempte : -.-. SI and .\lton' Rd %  .is Tuesflay. Sept 15. at 6 p.m Sermor a "T>.e ,-^cret 4 tbe Jen .•-. Maanv -chedul.-d for T p rr. ^ K.ppur sere Wedaeadaj at 8.3"> %  Torah readm: w:ll be at 10 ~ ". will be or. -The Dead Shall L • Yizkor %  inal pra;-eri folkr* Caaad Leonard KornportkMu rj Neilal • • %  : ed bj Mai ris at \l Ttfe^eth Israel Congregation, ~V> Miai '. Rabbi H -• '•'.-. :ate at S of Repentance this eekend a 9 am The :•' isber in the obser>-snee • yom Kippur nitl K Nidre on Tuesday evening. 6 30 Subject of the sermon will lad ThoughtThe Oay of Atonement continues Wedteaday, 8 am with the ; ermon ilatc-ri a-Oldest Dreams." Yiz .'•r memunal pra>er will be at 11 a.m. Ribbi Irvine Lehrman will officiate at Shabbat Te^chuvah serc— thiweekend at Temple Emanu-EI. 1701 Wa-hin?ton Ave oe^innins at 9 am. Sermon will %  •* %  -God Loves the Contrite Spirit Junior congregation officers will be installed. To be Lar •/• rail arc Gary, son .rf Mr. and Mr.Joseph M and Allan. -on Of Mr and MrBer.jamin ZamreVom Kippur u;j| b.16. be^innin^ at 8 a m with Yizkor mortal -cheduled at 11:30 am %  Mincha mil be at 4 p m M p m. %  Repentance Jill rnheld this weekend at Ternp'e Sinai of Hollywood, 1201 Johnsilverfish Urkin §^es? eWtcc PRESCRIPTION OPTICIANS fASK/OW aWTER Of TH£ S0lrH Lai %  La-tt S;, ei for Mef .'. omer "CE PARK -.0 SPACE IN REAM CQNVEN ENT T 9-ES 728 LINCOLN ROAD %  Ct-M • Phone JE 8-0749 C. .*• P-c ict an F -n CONTACT LENSES •ponupH-i^a^v brw Rabbi Joseph E. Rackotrsky Phone jf 1-3595 945 MICHIGAN AVI.. MIAMI BEACH 100 COPIES-$2 IPHOTO OFFSET) Anything you need copies of LETTERS j A BULLETINS i %  ••redtKed • LISTS f loaa Poeer SISS'R'TS (WHIUY0UWA.T CONTRACTS I C,,fc Cm "t 6*rinc Miami Since 194 95 N.E. 13th Street PHONE FR 1^)815 SUNSHINE PRESS launched with tbe rendering of the traoaaaaaJ K-. .\Ktre pr at serwees conducted in M.*:r Beac ..pa! 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iday. September 11. 1964 +Jewisi> nor Mian Page 3-A rael Bond Leaders Mobilize on New Year Hundreds ,. l( l, ]•>. representing u commamty life. fOK RELATED STORIES Of Greater Miami I every area flocked to the' nner of the Israel Bond program the New Year ushered in a ghl) intensified campaign for. Ihi" development of Israel's econmy through Israel Bonds. Under the general chairmanl| of Leonard Rosen, the Israel m PAGE 7 M Bond organization set higher goals for record-breaking achievements in 1964. Heading the Women's Division is Mrs. Anna Brenner Meyers. At the forefront of the organization is Samuel Friedland, honorary chairman, who for two year* led Israel Bond* to new heights in achievement for the Nazareth Archbishop Says Christians Free in Israel | Continued from Page 1-A tians in Israel, nearly all or ; them Arabs. Ho said that "whit* they (the Israeli Arabs) de not j feel 100 per cent et homo, their I position is constantly improving." Improvements, he said, havej taken place particularly since 1960, k\hen Arabs were permitted to join Israeli trade unions affiliated w ith Histadrut, the Israel FedIt ration of Labor. The Archbishop iimself is a member. Asked whether or not the Christian Arabs in Israel were engag%  ini; in missionary activities among Llrus In the country, he replied: r our institutions are not missionl.ut rather Christian institutions Our purpose is to prove in Israel that all religions—Jewish, Christian and Moslem alike—can five side by side in peace. We save no missionary ambitions hat soever." The Aral) minority in Israel, be Archbishop, is "complete [.-, % %  loyal to the Jewish Stale, and i-ttt rcinam solidly behind her in .,.'. ir. uble with Nas ti r sortod "ihat the adherents D !,:i!li in Israel •have very help from the Ministry of Strong Yet £afe-GiVe$ Hours of Continuous Relief from Minor ARTHRITIS MM Anacin Rives hours of ronliniiom relief from arthritis' minor painseven such chronic pain arising from deep in the joints. Anacin also reduce* swelling and inflammation. In minute* pain e;oe* *o that it'* easier to move afflicted limb* again. The reason Anacin Tablets are *o effective i* because they contain the pain relievermost recommended by doctors plu* an tlrtn ingredient not found *n leading: aspirins or buffered ••oirins. Take a* directed. Religious Affairs and from its department for Christian affairs." 'In fact," he added, "they bend over backward to be fair to us." Speaking to the Christians attending the reception, he said that relationships between his church and the Vatican have "improved very much since Pope Pawl VI visited the Holy Land" last January. This improvement, he declared, "proved that the Ecumenical spirit is a genuine reflection of the Catholic desire to be on good terms with all religions." The Archbishop is in this coun try visiting parishes of the Melchite rite. The reception had been arranged on behalf of the Board of Rabbis by Rabbi BenZion C. Kaganoff. president, and Rabbi Mordecai Simon, executive director. The State of Israel was represented officially at the event by Jacob Barmore, Israel's Consul-General here. State of Israel. Jack A. Cantor, nationally-renowned Miami business executive, is statewide chairman for banks, insurance companies, trusts and fiduciaries. Under Cantor's leadership, broad new areas of bond sales to financial institutions have been developed. Serving as chairman of the Board of Governors is Maurice Rcvitz, civic, religious and business leader. Jack S. Popick serves as chairman of the Executive Committee. Sidney D. Anson, president of Sunbeam Television Corporation, Ch. 7. serves as statewide chairman. Serving with them are the Trustees of Israel as follows: Leonard AU--S, Blsle A. AdAmSt James M. Albert, Philip Berkowits, Sam Blank, Ken Ilium, William Bernstein, Charles Charcowsksr. .lick Uar ner, Harsh Csech, Paul make, A. <'. Urn', A-bram Fox, Ben PVankenateln, Bam Kucha. Mac dache, David avlil J. l.ltht. Joseph M. Upton, Tesale l.in. Bam I., l.uby, Benjamin Meyer*. A. .1. Molaaky, Kind Mi>rtun, Nathan Naab, Hen Novack, Max Orovlts. rhil rtevfts, Jacob Rlfkln, riiillp rfnnenrirnr. Baan ll. Roet, Raymond Rubin, l>>uis B. Kmlnirk. Man B. Ruakln, Samuel T, Haplro, Seymour Silvern-an, ttarr) faHi'kln, Carl w. inkle. Max welts. other members of the Board <>f Governor* Include Rabbi Mayer Abramowits, William Ajaranove, JOHeph A|>pleliaiim. JOHepn I. Arkin. .losenh Ash, Abram Baker, Herman Basch, Meyer A. Itaakln, Herbert lluuinaanl, n l. Binder, Jerrj Blank. l.,ls I".. Ilower, Hhepard Broad, Harry ll Brodle, Jonas i Brotman, ll\i Phabner, Joseph Cohen, Norman Cohen, Moni* t'ooper, Irving. yjten, Sam K llanlela, Nathan l>nrBky, Max Deakter, I... HIl>e('ov-ny, Morris, Louis Moscowlts, Btanley < Ms era. !•:. Albert I'allot. Lou Poller, Bai Bollock, Kavlil Ponve, Joseph R Rackowsky, Joseph Kambam, PhlU Bundman, Ram Relnhard, Hylariu Itlfaa, Benjamin Rimer, Leo RobinMorii* Dobschults, Isaac Donen. Sam aon, Joseph Rose, Max Ftoxen, .lullniioiiinan. leadore Drell. Roanateln, Harrj I. Rubin, Joo Leon Ell, Hen Ks.-.n. Morris Palk, I Kubin, Sevmour Rubin, Joaeph Hack* Merman ivhlman, Belts I". Ketier, I Solomon Sandier, Marcus '> Sarokli Max Kialkoff. Henrietta line. JOKI Rabbi Sol.mion Sehiir, Sain Scbiffeph ll Fine, William Fisher, Sol man. Victor Schonwetter, Joahn l-rankel. Dr. kftanley Krehllna, Maysin... | s.tal. IA.U1. Meltlin, Mandell HelMf. iii.iiiieix. Benjamin Friedman, KanRabbi Max Shapiro. Benjamin Sharps, nle <\ Fromnier, Maurice Han-. 8ydMurray A. Shaw, Fred K. Sbochet. my cans. 1..0 Geivan, Harry Uenet, Jacob Shulkln. Samuel Sidclmai Morns Uettleman, lien oilier, Bennitliunv siiv.r. Harry Blmonhoff, Bam aittleman, Hairy Otasaer, i.<.ms | slmonhoff. Noirls F. Snetman, LeonClasser. Ueorae Goldberg, Jail a rd J. Solomon, fharlus Sommer. GeMenberK, Kllzabeth Goodmaii. Nathan K|.i.m Imun, Joaeuh K. St. n Father Goodman, Lillian Goodman, Philip stein, Max Wternsheln. Paul It. Gordon, Philip OotUeb, Sam-1 Un-ael Telteh, Phlllu Thau. Harold uel Craubart. i.' %  111 it. Grossman, Pauline Grundwera*, Abraham Grunhnt. Chuck Hall. Sam .1. Ilalpeiin. Trudy HamerBChlag/, A. J. Harris, Harry Harris, Max Hecht, Sam J lliinuin. Simon A. Herman. Henry nersch, Lonla Hlrseh, Kdwurd Horowits, Fie.l Jonas. Manuel Joseloff, Joseiih .) %  ..-. l-..n. Samuel Kami, Bernard KatS, Jaek Katzman. Max Kolker, Harry Koretsy, Murry KoretSky, Inez Kronaky, Rabbi Leon Kronlah, Samuel Ktilok. It;ililil KUK< He LabovltS, Sain I-aehman, Sidney Lefkowlts, Rabbi David Lehrflald, Rabbi lrvinu Lehrasan, Sum *" l^venson, Benjamfn Levine, David Levenson, Isidore Levy, Isidore Lienholer, Rabbi Max A. Lips.-hltz, Samuel Llpton, Milton Lnharr, Oscar Mamber, Nathan Manllow Joseph Thurman, Isaac ITnterman, Abraham I 1'sluuder, Nat WatUmaii, Rabbi Alfred Waxman, Julian Weinkb II Franklin W'iilianis, Manuel Yavelov Josepli Z:ilis, Maurice Zaretsky. Samuel SSItner, Joseph Koldan, Matthew Zuckerinan. Rabbi Schiff on Television Rabbi Solomon Schiff, of Congregation Beth El, and executive vice president of the Rabbinical Association of Greater Miami, will be host on the "Still Small Voice" over Ch. 7 this Sunday, 10 a.m. His subject will be "ProcedureMansliaeli, Dave Maruiilirs, lien Mar, _„_•> kowlts, Louis Merwltser. Morry B. 'or Improvement. NOW AVAILABLE IN PRINT FIVE SERMONS ON GOD GIVEN BY DR. JOSEPH R. NAROT Copies at $1.00 each through the Temple Israel Publications Fund, 137 N.E. 19th St., Miami, Fla. 33132 B'nai Raphael Now in Session Fall session of Nursery Kinder garteA at Congregation B'nai Paphael is now in session. A new classroom building will I c erected on the west end of the property. The new facilities wiK enable the .-chool lo increase the enrollment, thereby doing away with the waiting lists of previous years. 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Face 4-A *Jtni *#• ffrrHfor Friday. September \\ 1964 "cfewvUk Floridian OFFICE and PLANT — 120 N.E. Sixth Street Telephone FR 3-4605 Teletype Communications Miami TWX 305-596-4369 FRED K. SHOCHET Editor and Publisher LEO MINDLIN Executive Editor SELMA M. THOMPSON Asst. to. Publisher T v J-> th %  -i %  •%  Pub'-i-h-d tvry FrMav .'.rePlr-:dln ST.. Sixth : Paid t M'#ii. F • Th. Jewish Fiondun hat .b.o'oed the Jewth Unity and the Jewiah Weekly. Member of the Jew h Te rgrj C h'C Agency. Seven Art! Feature Syndicate. WoridwBe Newt Service. National Editorial Aaan.. An-eriCn *n. •' EnglishJewnh Newspapeis. and the Florida Press Assn. SUBSCRIPTION RATES: Local Area One Year *5 00 Tr.-ee Years $12.00 Out of Town Upon Request Volume 37 Numbe: 37 Friday, September 11. 1964 5 Tishri 5725 Yom Kippur Eve Next Tuesday The Day of Atonement, the observance of Ycm Kippur. will beg;n next Tuesdav evening. SeDt. 15. Historically, Yom Kippur falls ten days after Rosh Hashona, the first of the High Holy Days. The penod between is traditionally known as the Ten Days of Penitence. The c-er.ir.g prayer of this "ro:.e^ ct'the D Awe, Kol re :s shrouded in mystery. Scrr.e scholars have t'-rc-d i; to th< :' the Spanish Inguisition end the Marranos — those Jews rdly rejected their fcith secre vowed their ir-evoccble identification with Ju. m. Thus Kol Nidre, meaning "all —•me le -pre'ed as the Jew's solemn testament — an in covenanl en himi Gcd — a denial of his .cert acceptance cf other re! ; gious in the name of being spared from the Inguisition. Other scholars point to the Jew:sn prohibition against tcking ocths. For m, Kol Nidre symbolizes diaspora Jewry's m:se between Judai-m and the individlew's need to adapt himself to the alien i in which he lives and must survive. On the eve of Yom Kippur, the Kol N'dre prayer in any ca-=e serves the purpose of reming the precepts of traditional Judaism — of spiritually releasing the Jew from such secular vows that he has made during the preceding year and that involuntarily violate the lener of traditional Jewish law. Many historians tend to reject the Marrcno theory, indicating that the musical structure of Kol Nidre is considerably older than the Inguisition itself; v/hile modern authorities in other fields guestion the relationship between octr.s end traditional Judaism. Whatever the interpretation of Kol Nidre, the prayer sets the tone for the most awesome of the Jewish Holy Days. On that day, the Book of Life is sealed. Man has cleansed himself of his past errors to the best of his ability, and he looks forward to a year in which he will live in peace and contentment. We here add our voice to this prayer. May the Hebrew Year 5725 bring to Jewry and humanity at large that security which is the initial step toward spiritual fulfilment. We believe responsible Nc-g/ois feel Ihe same way. It is therefore disturbing to note the manner in which their cnger has erupted, particuiarly against the Jewish community. Y.'e are not here attempting to advise them or their leadership. We are mero'.y suggesting that the pattern as it has been emerging shows an anti-Jewish trend. In fighting for their own rights, how will they achieve tnem by violating the r.ghts of others? An Unhappy Trend We note with, sadness the effect on Jewish merchants of the race riots in Philadelphia. The pattern has been set up: it follows New York and Rochester. Responsible Negro officials are embarrassed. They tend to "explain" it all on the basis that most shopkeepers dealing with the Negro community are Jewish. This is becoming as stereotyped a sociological observation as was Malcom X's dangerous remark last week when he declared: "Show me a non-violent Negro, and I'll show you a Negro who needs psychiatric attention." The Philadelphia merchants were less circumspect than their colleagues in Rochester and New York. The facts speak for themselves, and they did not deny them. We go along with President Johnson, who declared in his acceptance address at Atlantic City that all men, regardless of race or creed, are entitled and must be given the right to egual opportunity. We have argued for this basic American principal m the past. We welcome his affirmation of the principal today. New Threat of War Reports last week that Egypt is pressing Jordan to accept supersonic aircraft from the Soviet Union are extremely disturbing. The aircraft aie intended to offset Israel's fighter, the Mirage, made in France. The reports also indicate that Egypt has been urging Jordan to tighten its ground defenses along the west bank of the Jordan River and to station 10,000 additional soldiers on Israel's border. Thus, on the occasion of the New Year, the State of Israel finds itself threatened more menacingly than ever before. Israeli strategists generally concede that Gamal Abdel Nasser, of the United Arab Republic, remains their major enemy and that any military move against them will come from him. Hence, any Arab attack is now anticipated as Nasser-inspired, with Egypt's direct participation virtually assured. Jordan's precarious status has heretofore made threats horn King Hussein seem ludicrous. As a matter of fact, it is Israel's existence and military capability that has kept the Hashemite Kingdom from destruction by Nasser, himself, who understands that a move against Jordan would mean war with Israel. That Jordan is now involved in plans with the United Arab Republic in a new round against Israel must be regarded as extremely unhappy news. The possibility was, of course, set up at the recent Cairo "summit" conference prior to King Hussein's visit with President Johnson in early June. That Nasser has time and again actively involved himself in Jordanian politics, particularly in attempts to assassinate the youthful King Hussein, today seems beside the point. If Jordan accedes toEgypt's pressure to accept the Soviet Union's offer of fighter planes, the Hebrew Year 5725 may be launched on a bang rather than a whisper of prayerful hope for peace. IE HIGH HCLY during the week ... as i see it by LEO MINDLIN time to talk val cf AT now that -pirit'ial i= also a pausi oefoi son's storm. when sues, perhap.; .. quencc but : ra< diate in-:the thought; is, 'Mr %  %  : %  %  maw • l doei • %  .1(1 be professional observer of the Jewish scene. Strangely. American Jewish survival seems to have 1 urgent question of the clay because of its popular appeal t of nominally Jewi>h writers, whose work appearin the culation slick magazines. Hence, it is examined xAh %  scholarly care >n publications intended for women's per the mixing machine and fir men's consideration in the ho I, by room. But the issue has alwavs been an important one. and tinue'to be. whether or not these writers apph the question. The sad consequence of their labors .s that I it a sociological study; while the fact is that Jewish >ur not lend itself to suck studies. Jewish survival is a fact tone Jewish adaptation to alien terrain in the lace of i refusal to forget the past. This must be seen against the backdrop of ?. peopl, migration throughout the ages, whenever the terrain b> inimical to the kind of atmosphere in which the pa>t studied and emulated. Here lies the secret to the survival apply divine meaning to it: ar.d perhaps, understood in th-there is such meaning But those great culturI by desert sands lie buried because their en easier to submit to challenge and conquest than i on THt fAKi S0CI010GICAI VfW N CN-JEWS WHO ipeak i lustically of the Je movement and the Jewi h failure to stay in on< act by specific example to P nd 'he final R think in tern • if th • teristic as a "raci • iknes a stri at if l lej are i xpressin l %  %  :; n it. in fact, explainu : the IJIOVI %  %  !' tl ig raisi the qu< I I slicks, nil isal %  •' %  :• f the crowd. But il It i the Jewisl 'ho in or. ut on a t ish. 1 be; ..•'.'-.' f< the strong and favorable i I a b *J Thej ai m ire 1 hi y are catei ng tized to the ph*n menon of Jewish 1 the ("iw-oiic nee of the i lice of ashes of world Jewry's near-destruction—a fa prevalent Christian religious doctrine. OBt'SANCt TO SUCK PUBLICATIONS "THE MARKET IS hence particularly amenable to op ever unfounded, provided they come from thy novelists, poets and t whom I hav pr< [erred. _1 k I is worried In the face of the deicid into which they an the i explained? Itheir doctrine wrong? Was the hostilit; I expressed tovard Jewish survival throughout thi in • rantee the conquest and assimilation I Ji ed? What orse, the noteworthy sources, writing out norai their fit • %  ince to the torn licatioi the le world of what it wantti American Jewish .survival i> a fiction Jewish community idoomed. Accept us, tncy say will th is defeat us. Perhaps it is. indeed, acceptance that nominal Jewi* • • want on a par with their non-Jewish peers. In seeking deny no heritage in themselves, for they have none. The> ply begging in their own behalf; neither do they speak for Othe they have no heritage except their American, they must in it; hence, in their suddenly self-assumed rote of Jew i critic, thinkci, sociologist or what have you, they are be moral and expedient. They are. above all things, allay in, fears with a patina of their own ignorance. TRAPS fOft THt SPIRITUAL LtADH THE DANGER TO nominally Jewish writers lies not in their lack of integrity when they tackle such questions. Neither loes it lie in the misinformation they purvey for the rapid reader in the kitchen and hobby room. It lies only in their impulse to tackle the issue of Jewish survival on an artistic level. It is here that their ignorance will fail them. The Jerome Weidmans and Harry GoldcDI and Norman Mailers are a case in point. In creating as Americans, they may be honest and worthy of attention. In creating as Jews who are exploiting a ready market, they unmask their vulgarity. I am not concerned when such writers present their rancid wares in non-Jewish publications. Neither do I care about the* lestbetlc outrages. Those editors who accept them are entitled to receive no more than their own suspect expediency buys for them 1 am only concerned when nominally Jewish writers find markets among the pretender Jews, in periodicals such as Commentary' Magazine, whose trumpeting of the decline and fall of the American Jew a s already a shrine to be adored at last year's "Dialogue in Israel." But the worst to emerge from it all are our spiritual leaders |l0 take to their pulpits as soon as the slick word is printed (or spoki nl and who sound the death knell for us all, as well. Perhaps the word has come forth from the Weidmans and Goldens and MailerI to see, however, why our spiritual leaders accept it and expn •> their fears about it, other than that they are suddenly strengthened in what sometimes seems to them their useless purpose be public has become interested in Judaism, even if on the mos* m< level, thus establishing a tenuous bridge between themsi %  '.their otherwise generally rudderless congregation-. It must, alti all. still prove its potency ugainst the word from Jerusalem n< minal Jews among us. the doom-sayera, have yet to face the thai lenge of five thousand years of history.



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^oge 6-A *Jeistrkrrfsir Friday. September Kol Nidre Wilt Launch Yom Kippur Continued from B oe 2-A fte Voter en-viea at n a ra Ser %  will be In Memonam Jon•n Mrviea wfli be held ta the .at 3 30 pm Rab•' I ii every >ear in the render tit Neilah con lorf.r.5 tervicc at 4 30 p.m Can :..'-.Adler renders all aUtei eal portions of the htiirgv V FlijlrGfinji Jewish Center. M A 5jv t pi Rabbi Da\i of v neat '' i mUmm Ntafeaesd ,• I 1 %  Tor ah n %  -' %  %  %  %  •%  Ml • b;. raaaa and Yiz' -rial at li 15 i Retail • %  : M %  • • %  • at the Sephardie Jewish Center, <^:, Kol ".IT" .11 %  Yoa Kippur %  Ml M p n liwiiim '. neatfaj S'-p' U begin at %  %  m Yizkor memorial will be t 12 nooa BeroMi ii 'rh.-duled %  troag arc You' •1 \ a ~ Torah reading *ill U; < .x Seraaaa, at ii a rr. K hf/hite d a : tte MorY.zkor in will be at 5 p.m with the sermon on TT* Barrier At Tempi* Bern Shiran, 7500 SW 120tfc St Sabbath of Repentance *ernee> will be this weekend at 10 am Rabbi Morris Shop and Cantor Herman Gottlieb will of. fioate at Kol -.Nidre. opening the Yom Kippor observance oa Tuev Sept 15. at 7 p.m. Sermon %  ill be There i; a Right Way Day of A tone, lent services begin Wednesday. Sept 1. at :3Q a.m.. with Yizkor following at noon. Ser mon. at 1 p.m. will be •Hours Wheat Memory Never Die Cantor Gottlieb will direct tne *-enior 20-voice choir in the ritual of the rUgfe FMj Day and Da;, of Atea** i i Temple Tifereth Jacob, B5] Fla -•. Way, will hold r*rittaj eveaBt 8 15 Jack Gordon %  %  > -bath of ire „\ 'j am the \ Kip %  •-pt :' Atonement service* wrtiaue •*• a t 'Hi a n Yizkor man at 10 a m Mincha will be at i : m followed b\ PMIaa at 5 p.m. Ohev Shalom Congregation, '•:; Dr., v. ill aba Tew travail oi • i kead with Rabbi Phil %  n officiating Kol ill usher in the Yom Kip %  : <-n S M p m Sermon %  ill he On %  ervicet be Rabbi Ru:;ene Labovitz will officiate at Temple Her Tamid. 79th St and ( arlyle Ave at Sabbath of Repentance service* this week II 8 4', a m Bar Mitzvah of Mark Steven ion of Mr. and Mrs George Kram. will take place Kol Nidre will u-.her in the Day of • %  Tuead • %  • i:, si 8 ; % % % %  • Sermon will be The Sinof Modern Man Caatar Saul H Brech renderthe musical poitioni of the Irturg) Yom .-. Wednesdi 8am Sermon win be The Immortality "i >>~r Departed YfTbr* .= H %  ..:/, o; Beeaataaet aervice* 8 15 p fl Temple Beth Shoiem of Hollywood. i72Monr ae — vita Rabbi Morton Malav>k> officiating. Saturda> -ervice* will be at 9 a m. Kol Nidre will u*her in the Day of Atonement on Tuesday. Sept. 15. at 6:30 p.m Yow Kippur services continue Wednesday. Sept. 16. at 9 a.m.. with Rabbi Malavsfcy preaching the sermon. Yizkor memorial is scheduled for noon Nenah will clote the High Holy observance at 6 p.m. Junior services are scheduled at noon Cantor Erne-t Sterner renders tne cnusical portions of the liturgy At the Israelite Canter, 3175 SW 25th St Rabbi Shmaryahu T. Swirsky will officiate at Sabbath of Repentance observance at 6:30 p.m Saturday services resume at 8 30 a.m.. with the sermon scheduled as When Progress DemandGoing Back Cantor LOOM Cohen renders the musical portionof the iiiurgy Kol Nidre will laun'h the Yorr. Kippur Holy Day .n T teaday Sept 15. at 6 15 p.m .on will be "The Old Man and 'he Wednesday. Sept. W. Da) of Atonement ler i i eat con a" 8 a m Yizkor memorial will be at 10 30 am Sermon i"A Gho-t of a Chance N'eilah /ill be 4 30 pm. with Rabbi Swirabr to speak on "Light at Eventide Junior -er^iceare -cheduled for 11 am Miami Beach Etz Chaim, 1544 Washington Ave. will hold Mincha services Friday at 6 15 p.m Sabbath of Repentance ervice%  at 8 30 am Rabbi Abraham BrraatfaM will officiate and preach on "Shabbat ShuN.ih—Te Sauvah." Yom Kippur will be lauaexod with rbe Kol .Nidre prayer an Tuesday. Sept IS. at 5 30 p m Sermon wiM be "The Vow R • Liturgical service be conducted by Cantor Rabr^ V chter Day of Atone ment service* continue Wednen Sept 16 at 8 a %  Gabbi M Steinboca will chant Yizkor memorial is scheduled at 11:30 a.m Neilah in the early even ing will conclude the High Holy Day observance. Rabbi Alfred Waxman will officiate at Temple Zien, SOW Miller Rd. at Sabbath of Repentance servicethis weekend at 9 a.m. Kol Nidre will open at Yom Kip pur observance on Tnesday. Sept 15. at 6 p m Sermon will be "How Much Repentance are We Capable Of?" Day of Atonement service.continue Wednesday. Sept. 16. at 8:30 a.m. Sermon will be The Righteous Souls of IsraelPast. Present and Future Yizkor will be at 11.30 am Shabbat Teschuvah -erweeat Beth David Congregation, 2625 SW 3rd Ave are -lated for Friday 6pm. and Saturday 9am Durii.the morning semees. Rabbi Norman N Shapiro and Cantor William W Lipson will officiate at th, £jr Mitzvah of Steven, son of Mr and Mrs Rimer Spector Rabbi Shapiro will conduct the Yom Kippur observance on T day u' d 15 pm. with the Kol Nidre service Schedule on Wed r.e-oay begins with morning services at 8 15 a.m and sermon at 11 45 a.m. Yizkor memorial prayers will be offered at 12:15 p.m. and Neilah at 5:15 pm Can tor Lipson will offer musical portionthroughout the holidav. Rabbi Harold R.chter or. -Israel at the T.r-,-" 5 ** sr\,ce, C.;. I Congregation B'ne, R,hesi NW 183rd st .,_ t ; jjji services are -lat at 9 am sermon topi^ A Call to Repent.: K Nidre sermon dur; g l I iceon Tue-day be Building a Better Y %  Kippur >n Wedaaaiaj! with Yizkor at 19:X Stauber will speak On Of Da'.Gone R. Rabbi Hebrew Academy of G-ea'tr Miami, 24 n i'.netf regular services on Frid and Saturday 8 3' %  :. Yom Kippur servicewili b the Doral Cohen Memei ins conducted by Cantor Kutner. of Memphis. Teni Continued on Following Page Bronze Yahrzeit Tablets & Nameplates i SYNAGOGUE 0UTD00B BULLETIN BOARDS Motel Looey Announcement Beerdl, Itc. ENGRAVED PLASTIC & METAL SIGNS All Van ^factureo o>Piemnei BASS BULLETIN BOARD J & DIRECTORY CO. ^ 1107 N. MIAMI AVI. 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friday. September 11. 1964 *Jewist noridioiti Page 7-A Yom Kippur Services ie d from Preceding Page IContinu %  a bi>i Mexander S. dross offerthe sermons, Kol Nidre oban8€ is slatfld lor Tuesday, Lpi L5 6 p.m., when Rabbi Cross til speak on "1 Pledge to Thee I ,„| •• Wednesday services K...M1 at 8 a.m., with the Yizkor Lemorial and sermon on "Build g i pon the Past" at 10 a.m. % Friday evening services at hgudath Israel Hebrew Institute, Ks'M (ailvie Ave.. Miami Beach, .re slated for 6:15 p.m.. followed h,, KabbaM Sabbath. On SaturK'ay, Shabbat Teschuvas services \, 8:3< a.m.. will include Rabbi Ipr. Isaac Ever's discussion of "Is |((infission Of Sin Sufficient." Kid. Hush will follow the service. Minlrha at 6 p.m.. and Maariv will Icoiuluiie the days observance. Ivoni Kippur eve will usher in the Ijiav of Atonement at 5:45 p.m., JL.n Tuesday. Sept. 15, with Dr. fever's Kol Nidre sermon subject [i Atonement and Survival." |v.,. ;i> n i ina services. Sept. ;, slate I for s a m.. with V .' • in< • % %  % %  at 11:30 a.m. Isermi l on "They Departed in Peace" will be delivered. Cantor l.eo I'rlich will chant the liturgical portion of all services. Temple B'nai Sholom, 16800 NW 22nd Ave.. Opalocka, will hold regular weekend services conducted by Rabbi S. M Machtei and Cantor Abraham Reiseman with the Temple choir. On Friday evening at 8:30 p.m., Rabbi Machtei will deliver a sermon on "Is Prayer Enough?" On Saturday at 9:30 a.m.. topic of his Sabbath of Penitance sermon will be "Repent and Return." Kol Nidre will be ushered in on Tuesday. Sept. 15, at (i p.m.. with Rabbi Maehtei's theme, "Fasting or Reducing?" On Yom Kippur. Wednesday, Sept. 16. services will s.tart at 9 a.m., with Yizkor slated for 10:30 a.m. Sermon will be To Sleep. Perchance to Dream." • • • Rabbi Daniel M. Lowy's topic during Shabbat Teschuvah serI vices on Friday, 8:15 p.m., at I Temple Sinai of North Dade, 12100 %  NE 15th Ave., will be "Can We Afford to Turn Our Backs Against the Past?" Rabbi Lowy will officiate at the Kol Nidre services Tuesday at 8:15 p.m., and has chosen "The Soul Which Thou, O God Has Given Unto Me Came Pure from Thee" for his sermon topic. The liturgical music Tuesday and Wednesday. Sept. 15 and 16. will be rendered by Cantor diet Gale and the Temple Sinai Choir accompanied by organist Hy Fried Yom Kippur services on Sept. 16 will be at 10:15 a.m.. with the morning subject, "The Ancient . services are scheduled for 8 a.m. Rev. Friedman's Yizkor sermon ;.t 10 a.m. will be "What We Remember and the Memories We Create." Rabbi David Lehrfield and Cantor Abraham Seif will officiate during the weekend and holiday services at Kneseth Israel Congregation, 1415 Euclid Ave. Friday evening services at 6 p.m. : and on Saturday at 8:30 a.m. and i 4 p.m. Sermon in the morning will be on the "Portion of the Continued on Page 8-A DR. IRVING LEHRMAN TEMPLE EMANU-EL 11:30 a.m. RABBI NORMAN SHAPIRO BETH DAVID 12:00 noon RABBI MAYER ABRAMOWITZ TEMPLE MENORAH 1 p.m. RABBI MORRIS A. KIPPER TEMPLE JUDEA 12:30 p.m. RABBI MAX SHAPIRO CONGREGATION BETH KODESH 3:00 p.m. GIVE YOUR CHILDREN A JEWISH EDUCATION Send them to: The David Finski Folk School 846 Washington Ave.. M'ami Beach FREE TRANSPORTATION Tel. IE 8-1002 THE MINY0NAIRES SYNAGOGUE (Modern Troa'itionnl) 3737 Bird Kd., Miami HI 6-2181 HIGH H01DAY SERVICES Under the leadership of CANTOR JOSEPH KRISSEL formerly with Verona Jewish Community Center, New Jersey Limited Number of Seats Still Available Miom: Hebrew Book Store ISRAELI & DOMESTIC GIFTS Hebrew Religious Supplies for Synagogues. Schools A Private Us* 1585 WASHINGTON AVE. Miami Beach — JE 83840 For Further Information Call MO 1-7693 REPHUN'S HEBREW BOOK STORE Greater Miami's largest It Oldest Supply House for Synagogues, Hebrew & Sunday Schools. Wholesale £ Retail ISRAELI GinS AMD NOVELTIES 417 Washington Ae. JE 1-9017 AMERICAN ISRAELI $ RELIGIOUS STORE $ ALL RELIGIOUS ARTICLES FOR SYNAGOGUES SCHOOLS HOMFS 1357 WASHINGTON AVE. JE 1-7722 S. Schwarti Community Memorial Services OFFERED BY THE GREATER MIAMI JEWISH CEMETERY ASSOCIATION "HONORING OUR BELOVED DECEASED IS A PART OF OUR HIGH HOLIDAY REPENTANCE" RELIGIOUS SERVICES WILL BE HELD AT THE Jewish Section of Woodtawn Park Cemetery 3260 S.W. 8th STREET Sunday, September 13 : 1 964 11:00 A.M. (This Sunday) Rabbi Solomon Schiff Rabbi Max Shapiro Rabbi Norman Shapiro WILL OFFICIATE Cantor William W. Lipson WILL CHANT THE LITURGY ALSO AT THE Mount Sinai Memorial Park Cemetery 1125 NW. 137th STREET Sunday, September 13,1964 2:00 P.M. (This Sunday) Rabbi Solomon Schiff Rabbi Max Shapiro Rabbi Tibor H. Stern WILL OFFICIATE Cantor Maurice Mamches WILL CHANT THE LITURGY $ £ $ SEATS AND A TENT WILL BE SET UP PRAYERBOOKS WILL BE FURNISHED THE JEWISH COMMUNITY IS CORDIALLY INVITED HYMAN CHABNER. President — HYMAN P. GAIBUT, Program Chairman CO-CHAIRMEN MEMORIAL SFRVICES COMMITTEE



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Page 8-A MMtf flcridr&n Friday. September ).l, 1964Yom Kippur Services Continued from Page 7-A ek." Afternoon I | 'Sabbath of Repentance On Tuespt 15. it 6 p.m.. Rabbi tier The I! K i Kippur morns at ( LB. will include Kerne:; Yll rvicei at 10 ; %  m. • rvici i • Scothwest Jewish Center, 643C I riday at hen Rabbi Ze% i Green.• itual Satiturday mornon topic will be The Meaning of Teachuld vull ofrvative Yom Kip...ne choir offering the musical portions of ihe observanceSubject Tuesday. 6 p.m at Kui N.dr-" U A rvi Chance. Da;: Atone lor •.-; Y /k and Can it be Attained?" Temple Beth Sholom, (144 Chase t I • irday .: • an n 10 IS a.m. Rabbi : • KDish %  • the • and the %  liday "In £ h of Fail gue." Cantor David ( the choir will chant thtmusical 5ei men during Kol Ni 7 p.m services on Tuesday. Sept. :' will be "Man and God." V m ees on Wednesday, at 9:45 am. Rabbi Kronish will disPulpit and Presidency." Afternoon service-, at 3 p.m.. will be followed at 4 p.m. by Yizkor memorial prayers Sermon topic • Past and Future Rabbi Solomon Schiff will officiate during weekend and hoi.at Congregation Bet** E.. SH 17th Ave. Hi will vet the sermoni Friday -> re ited for 6 15 p.m.. • pic for Saturday, dunn." 8 30 a.m. • I as "To Begin v %  ill be : b> Mincha at 6 p.m.. be usheri • 6 p.m topic t • •' Divine Y on v. at IT Past— The Key TO • .:• gat nal -• %  ices will be held on holi rnings at 10 RABBI'S SERMON OF THE WEEK Sabbath of Repentance This Weekend By RABBI JONAH E. CAPLAN Temple Adeth Yethurun The Sabbath between Rosh Ha-hona and Yom Kippur itraditionaily called "Shabbat Shuva It is also called "Shab bath Teshuvah Shuva derive* its name from the Haftorah of this week, which begins with the words, Shuva Ylsrael'*— Return 0 Israel. Teshuvah, meanrepentance and the Sabbath is so rie-ignated e it takeplace during %  •Yemai Teshuvah," the Tel Di of Repentance Teshuvah, however, also means "an w. 11 _i backwards." satur.„.<. ...^......services will be^in ,i 5-o a in :..i iol Couon win ..1 uu xuui tuppur observ... ,(•• .u.i Lautor Herman rein 11.iutuigicai cuanung ..... ..., ,n on 1 iiestid) ...„ ui 5:4a p.m., wui „i I ultfl 10 A %  %  %  >,-. Weuacaaay, slated ioi ... 1 .. luiK on municauorW .... rmctu memorial to be oner* 1 !w a.m. Temple Adath Yeshurun, 1025 XL Miami lisruens ur. .\o. Miami CO, will hoiu Fniiay evening services at 6:15 p.m. Durjng 8:46 services on aaturaay. *aooi Jonah E. Caplan will speaK on The Duference Between a Window ana a Mirror." Mincha will oe at 6 p.m Rabbi Caplan will officiate at Yom Kippur services sith Cantor Maurice -Neu and the ( h .r chanting tne liturgical porLiom ot the observances. Erev Kol Nidre is -cheduled for Tueu*y, aept 15. at 6 15 p.m. Rabbi Caplan s sermon will be "Where nave I Sinned?" During Yom Kippur observance on Wednesday. aept. 16. Beginning at 8 a.m.. hiiopic will be "An Appointment with Lite." lollowcd by Yizkor memorial. Weizmann Br Meeting Satu Chaim Weizmann Br Farband will hold Its meeting of tin -.;.; Saturday, 8 p.m ;,t the o.cu Hotel. Mrs. Leo Goldman, resident of the area, will be gue-1 -pi... Goldman habiin a the National Council ot : i er Women addressed ma 1 \ nl %  : • first m< membership lor the new si a: Chairman Hai (luce all new men Moe Levin, chaim branch, announcethat K:t7 and Mrs. 'an Bin charge of reservatii anch Pday 1 "augimj '**i 0, Fontsinj, ni-tim Miami r. Kit. 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Friday. September 11. 1964 1 +Jenisti Hcridfiar? Page 9-A Conversion Step Seen Disappointing Continued from Pgt 1-A \mcrican Catholics show anti, ivish prejudice which can be ..i,,l lo their interpretation of ,,. crucifixion story. "It is reeltable." he continued, '"that "he proposed draft declaration i (K s not attempt to alleviate the stress caused by this interpreThe Jewish community II retains the hope that the s ol the Church will revise schema and make a .-troim afmation ''I I'.e world-wide dream the Brotherhood of Man."" The ADL chairman added that comparison oi Catholic attitudes Hi those of Protestant revealed ,al such liberal denominations the Congregational and Episnpal were less likely to hold neii.Tive religious images of Jews; Moderate bodies such as Luthrans closely parallelled Catholics; ml fundamentalist groups such Southed) Baptists were more ikely than Catholics to be hostile toward .lews. The study sampling taken by the social scientists conducting the research was derived from church members randomly selected from the membership rolls of various Protestant congregations and a representative I Roman Catholic archdiocese. The Catholic interviews were undertaken with the approval of the diocesan bishop. The answers to three basic ques-. ions were sought: • Do modern Christians typirally blame the historic Jew for he crucifixion? • Are historic images responsible for holding contemporary cus guilty of the ••crimes'" of heir ancestors? • ii the first two answers are c-. do negative religious images I .lews predispose Christians to |f— %  *" TTfa*! t St y t l^pppf"^' ~. t ^ir^ ^ a^k __ %  'W J^H B^krf-^"^* jfl %  B DORE SCHARY accept negative secular stereo types of Jews? The study lound that the maj-1 ority of Catholics generally ac-l knowledge their mutual roots with Judaism, "although there is a' modest tendency to Christianize the Old Testament." Mr. Schary said that an examI ination of Catholic opinion on the role played by ancient Jews in the Crucifixion showed that •1 per cent named Jews as the group "most responsible for crucifying Christ," and 22 per cent fixed the responsibility on the Romans. not accept a Messiah who came from humble beginnings." • 16 per cent said Jews rejected Christ because "they were sinnil and had turned against God." • 4fi per cent agreed with or were uncertain about the statement, "the Jews can never be forgotten for what they did to Jesus until they accept Him as the True Savior." • II per cent agreed that "the n a son the Jews have so much trouble is because God is punishing them for rejecting Jesus." 30 per cent were uncertain. A strong link was revealed between accepting secular stereotypes of the Jew and believing that ancient and modern Jews are to blame for the Crucifixion. The study makes clear that religious motives are not the only source for anti-Semitic stereotypes but found that Catholics with a hostile religious attitude toward Jews are most apt to believe mendacious generalizations. In investigating the characteristics of the Catholic parishioners, it was found that those who attend Mass regularly and have more orthodox religious beliefs are more likely to stereotype Jews than those with less orthodox beliefs. The study gives as a primary reason for this pattern "a conception of Roman Catholicism" as the One True Faith, and Catholics as "God's Chosen people today." According to the study, respondents were inclined to attribute' evil motives to the Jews for rejecting Christ as the Messiah: • 42 per cent said Jews "were; deceived by wicked priests who feared Christ." • 30 per cent said Jews rejected Christ because "they could Pointing out that such beliefs are not in accord with current Church doctrine, the study asserts that they nevertheless play a critical role in contributing to religious anti-Semitism. Schary said that although it stems "reasonably clear" that a majority of Roman Catholics do not interpret the Crucifixion story i:i ways which prejudice their conceptions of Jews and their relalions with Jewish neighbors, a • significant number continue to hold Jews responsible for Christ's death." THIS IS NEWS! WHYPAY4^OR5%? OUR NEW CAR LOANS ARE ONLY DEAL DIRECT FOR THE MONEY YOU HID! Nw or Usta ears! 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Page 10-A vJmisti fkridHknn Friday, Septe^j AJC Mission Studies Latin Jewish Communities Continued 'rom Page 1-A the last three months without any arrests. Yet the newspapers have played down these stories. • Some nfemBefs ol""tno TJSSMBher Of Deputies have publicly questioned the patriotism or Argentine Jews and the propriety ot Jewish members of the Chamber serving in such national positions One deputy has even proposed an nvestigation of Zionist activities in the country. • Subsequently, in August. Deputy Juan Scaliter introduced a resolution stating ". that in Argentina it will not be permitted to allow questions relating to differences in race and religion."' The resolution has not been passed. I i-i the population in some places. "We met with President Hum bert Castelo Branco in Brasili President Arturo Illia in Buenos AiBMfc and JioesidantFernanda P.elaude Terry in Lima, and with loreign ministers and other government officials." Abram said. "Our overwhelming impression was that these civic leaders are struggling to satisfy the pressing present needs of their people and to meet the pressures of the expectations lor a better future which are evident everywhere in South America, in an orderly and democratic fashion. _l r 1-. 1964 The delegation 17"! according to Abram bv I n ^ tags wftlfJMme Cart&VStf ros Camara in Ri„ rtc j a "• Archbishop Antonu, \| ar \? H de Siqucira in Sao I'aul,,",,,^" ilia Brazil; Antonio Cardinal i ,Z£ ;nos in Buenos Aires, Argentic-lE Cardinal Silva HUM ,<,,,,, \ !" •ago Chile; and .,,,,„ J* Landazuri Ricketu "i l-iir Abram said that Argentina was ;: democratic country, not ordinarily given to violence, and omic and intellectua therefore the increasing incidents everywhere, of violence toward the Jews were of serious significance. Right to left are Ribeiro da Costa, Presideal of the Brazilian Supreme Court, receiving American Jewish Committee President Morris B, Abram during recent trip of Committee delegation which visited Brazil, Argentina, Chile and Peru. "'They are in • race against time, and some are facing determined and vicious attacks front extremists of various political shadings. In terms of aid from outside the continent, there is "All these distinguishe; ,„, ers of the Roman CftJ Church,' he reported, "e,*,,. ed great interest in the (aW t ton's mission, and infeST their support for the dec?, on the Jews which it e.:' K ted to be on the agenda ;. th Ecumenical Council in R--, ;„ September." In each countr\ He stressed the importance of government and church leaders taking affirmative action to deal with the potentially explosive situation. Mr. Abram stated that the delegation emphasized to these leaders the critical importance of translating their views, as privately expressed to it, through affirmative public Action and follow-up. Further, the delegation pointed out to Foreign Minister Zavala Ortiz, of Argentina, that his earlier statements to the American press, drawing a parallel between Jewish and Arab communities in Argentina and the ArabIsraeli situation, created great misunderstanding and played into the hands of extremist elements Abram and the delegation, which visited six major cities in Brazil. progress tic in an attempt to promote hatred against the Argentine Jew"But." Abram stated, "if econis community, as well as against omic conditions continue to de-|'ber Jewish communities in ieriorate as they have been doing South America." in Argentina. Brazil and Chile, reAbram noted that Jews and Abram termed "a critical' shortage of qualified rabbis, teachers. actionary element from within Arabs have lived larmoniouslv 22l! wor f kors y u,h '^ders and and ouUide the South American I together „, Argentina Tn3 S ?*?.? P rofesslonal .? crsons *; h comment would find i, relatively ihcTnew "len^'are In", ""ft" !" !" t,y ncc { cd b > eas, to use the Jew, as .apeof Arab League iStSL He s^uth America"" vvvry vlhm ,n the de ;ation met with the American A obasu dor. leaders of the Jewisa community. the Israel Ambsssasfc and top-level figures in e || ec '. %  tual and cultural circles -he in. still much to be done by goverr, stituto Judio Argentmo „ j he ment agencies and private inInstitute Judeo Brasileiro .investors." %  organizations ot the America' The delegation found what ***** CotWiistee. were hosts it* 'events in Argentina and 3ranl sponsored by the wide known Spanish-language anil Por'igueselanguage Comentario m published by the Institute goats." This is especially true in Argentina, according to Mr. Abram. "There," he said, "the situation is potentially grave because nee-Fascists have been encouraged and financed by agents of the Arab League. For their own political reasons," the American Jewish Committee president continued, "these agents are spending enormous added: r% Abram said the American Jew { HOUSE FOR SALi j "The struggle for order and '--h Committee was going to seek % Quiet location, near sc:ols, stability now being waged by 'he active cooperation of Jewish i.i..,,.;.. -.-Jt-.l PI %  i\ President Arturo Illia and other educational, religious and social t Sho PP ,n 9' medlcal J*Wh supporters of democratic government in Argentina is being increasingly complicated by sowers of hatred and disunity." Concerning the general situation in the tour countries. Abram stated that, with the exception of welfare organisations in the Unit% Cen,er 3 Bedroom, 2 lath, \ ed States to meet this need This \ patio, garage awnings, drop.S to the Peace % year-like new VA 4*4%, S10: mo. < S15.100 mtg Total S16.700 '-one I sums of money to set group against 1>( ru where the economy seems group and divide the Argentine lo be fairly stable at present, the would be similar Corps, he said. "These communities." he said. \ CA 1-6469, 2245 SW 90th AMM. j are in a condition similar to that %  • %  ***>*****—^*i of the European Jewish communities alter World War II. The re"• %  <• %  %  • sources of trained man and worn FANNIE HOERING an-power. books and other essen ALTERATIONS DONE TO PERFE:"10N educational aids in organizing com on Ladies Suits, Dresses, Ex Highland 3-2894 People. They have adopted the delegation found widespread inUaJp^icatoS Memorial Service At Mount Nebo in those countries are participating in various aspects of national life and are contributing to econtfe A GET AWAY FROM IT ALL Why be swallowed by the clock' Liv.no. daily tn o st 0 t o* *hock* Tots your cafes into th soos. RoloK you'sit amid th# tri. Big gam* fishing all day long. Ravel at night with win* and song 1 A PARADISE' You can ba sura. Suparb dming for th apicur*. Accommodations' Th# vary bast m native charm for you to rest. Where is this place whereof we boast" Just 20 minutes from tfie U. S. coast. An Island colled Bahama land Aiure waters, clear sky and sand. Live lilt* a K mg ond be free. Come back to the Big Came Club m Bimini. 0>0 i s> ANCHORS AWEIGH IIATEI BIM|NI e| G SAVE IIV I EL FISHING CLUB BIMINI IN THE BAHAMAS On Sunday, special memorial -ervues will be held at Mount Nebo Cemetery, 5505 NW 3rd St., Miami. The service is scheduled as part )f a traditional observance to pay respect to the departed during the High Holy Day period. At lOISO a.m., Rabbi David RosenfeM, of Flagler Granada Jewish Center, will officiate at the services. Dr. Irving Lehrman. of Temple Emanu-El, will officiate at 11:30 a.m. Also scheduled during the special memorial occasion Sunday are the following: Rabbi Norman N. Shapiro. Beth I David Congregation, at 12 noon. Rabbi Morris A Kipper, of' Temple .ludea, at 12:30 p.m. Rabbi Mayer Abramowitz. of | Temple Menorah. at 1 p.m. Rabin Max Shapiro, of Congre-; gation Beth Kodesh. at 3 p.m. IN GREATER MIAMI ONLY ON WVCG AM 1070 kc FM 105.1 mc COMPLETE CONCERTS : : /-lossac/juse.fs Club Massachusetts Club ol Greater Miami held a meeting Wednesday evening at the Martinque Hotel, v ith Harry Young as acting president. 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fcric'r %  -. SftMWtw 11. 1964 +Jewlst fhrldiar Page 11-A FOR RELATED STORIES AND PHOTOS SEE SEC. B [Sen. Morse Will be Guest Speaker At Beth Torah Tribute Here Sept. 19 s. Wayne Morse, of Oregon, 11 rei rand state-man and friend o! [israc! will be guest speaker at ifhe Tempi* Beth Torah-Israel Din11.,.,Tribute on Saturday evenin g i .,.pt. 19. at the congrega [ tinn Max .1 alsi St %  in .' guli< %  Idem; \ ice comrr rae %  was announced by Rabbi .-. Lipschitz. spiritual leadtlie congregation, who is •ivins as dinner chairman. Morse "ill come to Miami -i in honoring Dave Maras he receives the Reon Year Award for his serIhe congregation, to the • itv and the State of IsRclations Committee, is looked upon with admiration for his faithful and courageous stand on vital issues affecting United States and Israel relations. "As one of the most active members of the Senate Foreign Relations Committee, Sen. Morse has proved himself to be a champion of the rishts of Israel in its struggle lor peace and economic security." Rabbi Lipschitz declared. His forthright courage in many causes to advance democracy at home, as well as overseas, has won him international esteem." Nasser Spends Fortune For Ground Rockets htiding the committee for the din-', in addition to Rabbi Lipwnitl, are Irving Newman, co-chairman, Richard Sneider, Tempi* Beth Torah president, anc Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Stein, cha len of the Host Committee. Morse, a ranking member ,1 the Powerful Senate Foreign SIN. /JAYNl MO*St Israel Bonds to Launch Record Drive; Aim for Greater Success in Year Ahead *m* StN. WAYNE MORSE JACK A. CANTOR Welcome W^an Honors Special Family Qassions Your Welcome Wagon Hostess will call with a basket of gifts... and friendly greetings from religious, civic, and business leaders of our community when your family celebrates a sixteenth birthday, announces an engagement or the birth of a new baby, moves to a aew home. With sights set firmly on whal promisee to l>e a history-making year, the community is set to launch the most ambitious campaign on behalf of Israel Bonds in histor; Leonard Rosen, chairman <>i (he Greater Miami Israel Bond Organization, said Wednesday that "Already in this year 1964 we have smashed all previous bondselling record-. "As we enter the Jewish New Year 5725, plans are being set into motion that will bring out tne support of every facet of our cominuniH of every organization, of every synagogue and temple." Rosen noted that this year's effort is being underscored by an historic landmark in the Israel Bond program. "This is the year of the first redemption of State of Israel Bonds—an event symbolic of the undying faith of the Jewish people in the rebirth of the State of Israel." \ recent development bringing widespread attention to the Greater Miami Israel Bond effort has been the increasing participation of banks and other financial institutions in the Israel Bond program. L'nder the leadership of Jack A. Cantor, statewide chairman for banks, insurance com panics, trusts and fiduciaries, a number of major banks in Miami and other Florida communities have made initial purchases of Israel Bonds, including the single largest purchase of bonds by a bank in the entire world. Cantor emphasized that "the purchases by our leading financial institutions reflect the growing confidence in Israel's economy and in the productive accomplish! ments financed by Israel Bonds. The purchases are giving greater I recognition to Israel Bonds as a sound investment." Chairman Rosen indicated that plans for the forthcoming campaign call for the enrollment of j more individuals in the Israel i Bond program than ever before. He noted that "more synagogues and more organizations have pledged their effort and have initiated plans for major activities on behalf of bondthan ever before." Many synagogues have already conducted pulpit appeals for Israel Bonds during the first days of the High Holidays, he said. Others will have Israel Bond appeals during Yom Kippur, while the major congregations will have a series of dinners in the ccming months on behalf of Israel Bonds. Leading organizations of the community—B'nai B'rith, Hades* sah. Labor Zionists, Pioneer Women, Mizrachi and ZOA—are almost all planning individual functions. Climaxing the year's activities will be the annual Ambassador's Ball in December, traditionally held under the patronage of Ambassador of Israel and Governor of Florida. the the TEL AVIV — (JTA) — The Nasser regime in Egypt is investing $500,000,000. one-seventh of its national income, in the development of ground-to-ground rockets and other offensive weapons, Shimon Peres, Israels Deputy Defense Minister, asserted this week. He told a rally that European experts on Arab affairs, were conj a vinced that the Arabs were serious in their unremitting threats against Israel, that they had not given up their aggressive intentions, and did not despair of realizing them. He cited the feverish efforts of the surrounding Arab regimes to pile up arms, and noted their anti Israel propaganda and economic warfaie. He said that those measures were intended to isolate Israel, to build up en arsenal of offensive weapons, and ultimately to use these armaments against Israel. He said other weapons, which Egypt is developing included pocket submarines and Egyptian-mads jet planes. The defense official said Nasser was portraying himself to various elements in the light that each wanted. He said Nasser sought t i impress on the Arab leaders the rotion that he had the military capability to lead an attack on Isv ith United States Ambassador rael. At the same time, he said, the Egyptian leader boasted to African leaders he could be modcrate if they supported him. To the West, said Mr Peres, Nasser presented himself as anti-Communist, and to the East as proSoviet. Prime Minister Levi Eshkol met Walwurth Barbour this week for discussion of recent develop ments in the Middle East in which, it is understood, the Premier stressed the serious view taken by Israel concerning Jordan's arms buildup, and that country's request for heavy arms from the United States. Mr. Eshkol reportedly also expressed concern over recent ties between Jordan and Egypt. There had been reports from Cairo that Nasser may be planning to aid Jordan to strengthen its army along the Israel border. Foreign Minister Golda Mcir ronferred here with Maj. Gen dd Bull, Chief of Staff of the United Nations Truce Supervision Organization. There was no indication about the subject of their talks. Flagler Sunday School Sunday School classes at Flagler-C.ranada Jewish Center for 1964-65 are slated to resume on Sunday at 9 a.m. ItiT i • If rRr It j MM ir H O L I D AY MESSAGE When the occasion arises, phen* HI 8-4994 Miami Units Get Awards Mrs. Gerald P. Soltz. president of the Florida Region U Hadassah, who just returned from the 50th Golden Jubilee convention of Hadassah, the Women's Zionist Organization of America, in Los Angeles, has announced that the Florida Region was one of a dozen regions in the country to receive a national award for membership acquisition. Miami Beach Federal Savings and Loan Association extends its sincere wishes for you and yours for a Happy, Healthy and Prosperous New Year. For myself, may I add ... I hope there will be Good News for you in the New Year. To me, the Yom Kippur holiday carries a message of Hope. Whatever the past was, with the closing Prayer for the Holiday, with the '""•A* blast of the Shofar. we know we are being called together to join hands in the hope that the future will be better; will be brighter. A Jew has to be an optimist. He has to believe that life is worth living. He has to believe thiit Prayers are answered. Any group of people which has suffered as much as we Jews have and yet continued on praying, hoping, believing that tomorrow will be better has to be an optimist. When 1 went to the Synagogue as a child with my parents, as I listened to the prayers and saw the faces of my fellow Jews I knew then, one had to believe the tears and die sorrows would pass and the brighter tomorrow come in their place. We Jews believe in miracles. We have seen them come to pass with our own eyes, in our own time. How can anyone look at Israel today realizing how it survived despite Hitler and other tyrants, howcan anyone say, "I have never seen a miracle? Count all the Prayers in all the years for this Miracle to come to pass and how can a man say, "I am without Faith." Count all the blessings we have found here in this Moved land of the United States of America and how can a man say, "I am without hope."' Yom Kippur is a sombre holiday. It is a day of cleansing ourselves and turning a new page in the book of Life. But w hen the sun sets and evening comes it becomes a joyous holiday for we know whatever the disappointments of the past, whatever the broken promises whatever the weakness, we move ahead on a new road convinced in our hearts there will be a future for us all, and a belter, happier day. And with a heart overflowing for the blessings we have had in the past and gratitude for those which will come, let us at Miami Beach Federal Savings and Loan Association, vour neighbors, your friends reach out to you and take vour hand and sav IIaop\ New Year Good Health and the full joy of living for yourself and all vour loved ones. Gabriel Ileattei MITCHELL WOLFSON Chairman of the Board MILTON WEISS fretUiiut [MIAMI BEACH rFEBERALl %  AVINOS MM kM MMC I H Main Office: Lincoln Road Mall at Washington Avenue, Miami Beach Hear Mr. Hcattcr's comments on the news every Sunday, 5:30 P.M., WIOD



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Page 12-A +Jenisi> fhrkUan Friday, September H, \<*, Rabbi Jonah E. Caplan 'seated), spiritual leader of Temple Adath Yeshurun of North Miami Beach, discusses the High Holiday services schedule with Cantor Maurice Neu (left) and Yehuda Segal, education director of the Temple. Rabbi Caplan conducts the services, and Cantor Neu chants, assisted by the choir. Segal is in charge of the Junior Congregation. JDC OFFICIAL IN REPORT More Jews on Move Than Since War's End GENEVA — (JTA 1 — Except lor the "terrible years" of the Hitler persecutions and World War II. there has never been a time in Jewish history when more Jews have been on the move than at the present time. Charles H. ] Jordan, overseas director general ot the American Jewish Joint Distribution Committee, reported herlast week. He reviewed the .IDC's 50 years of activities on the eve of the Jewish year 5725. JDC V BS established November 27. 1914 He said that, during the past three years, more than 300.000 men, women and children had suffered the •traumatic experience" of displacement Irom their es, friends and familiar surroundings, to face "an uncertain future." He -.ad that, in all those 50 year-, the JDC had been looking hopelully to the daj when it! work would finally be completed but 'today, unfortunately. e are not at such a moment." The 300,000 recent refugees, he declared, had come mainly from North Africa, but also from countries of Eastern European origin. About half of them found haven in Israel, he reported, and the rest mainly in France. He called the situation of the current Jewish refugees "by no means desperate." "They have food and shelter and they have hope." he noted. How ever, he said, their departure hac' made an impact on the communities they left behind, particularly in North Africa, where "the tight ly knit fabric of centuries of Jew ish communal life had been weak cned and torn." He added that, as the refugeecome into new communities, ""their presence createstrain.a n c! stresses on the Jews already there" requiring creation of faci lit its to serve and absorb the new i inters and to preserve them as JewHe said that the task ol the JDC "is thus still far from done. But we never cease to hope that the day will come when Jews will no longer have to suffer from the fact of being Jews." ik* center c t evetutklna in Washington, QC. Midway between the Capitol and the White House Center of Business, Theaters, Shopping, Sightseeing • 150 newly refurnished rooms ~ each with private bath • Radio and Television • Air Conditioned • Dining Room — Cocktail Loung* BEST FOR LESS From $. EBBITT HOTEL 10th and "H Streets UNRWA May Take Relief Cards from Dead Arabs JERUSALEM — (JTA) — A dispute has developed between the Jordan Government and the United Nations Relief and Works Agency for Palestine Refugees, according to reports in the Arab press this week. Jordanian Premier Bahjat al Talhouni said in Amman that his Government would oppose any ""compromise of the refugees' rights." He said that Dr. Seiffedi din al Kilani. Jordan's represen-' tative on the Advisory Commis -ion of UNRWA. was going to I Beirut to attend a meeting of the committee there. The Jordanian Premier issued his warning in comment on a declaration attri%  buted to Laurence Micheimore, UNRWA Commissioner • General, j The latter was quoted as having said he would propose, in his re-' port to the UN. the elimination of UNRWA ration cards. UNRWA issued a statement at its headquarters in Beirut, criticizing "the unauthorized and misleading disclosure" of material attributed to Mr. Michel more's report. The agency said the report was still in the drafting stage, and had not yet been considered by the Advisory Committee. The statement added the UNRWA "should not go on wasting [ m on issuing rations to thousands!! persons who were dead or 1 sent." and that the contempt changes were aimed at taking r tions "away from those who Z not need them" so that they n l be "given to those who did.Over the years since UNRfi started operating, in IMJO. there have been constant complaint! especially by member0 f fr American Congress, thai there art many dead—estimated at ahou50.000—listed among the UNRWA ration card holders The United States pays 70 per cent 0 i UNRWA's annual costs Temple Israel Forum Series Temple Israel of Greater Miami this week announced its Town Hall Forum series for the coming season. All meetings of the forum will be held at the Temple, 137 NK 19th St., at 8:30 p.m. A question and answer period will enable members of the audience to participate in the meetings. Scheduled are the following not"d personalities: Tuesday, Oct. 27. Quentin Reynolds, world famous correspondent, in a Talk on "Trie Decline of Jood Taste in America." Tuesday, Nov. 24, Harrison Salisbury, Pulitzer Prize-winning editor of national affairs for the New York Times and formerly Times correspondent in Moscow for five years, in a talk on "A New Look at the Soviet Challenge." Tuesday. Mar. 23. 1965. "Emily Kimbrough, noted writer and lecturer, who will he heard in remarks on "Listen While You Look." Tuesday. Apr 27. Norman Cousins, editor of the Saturday Review, in a talk on "World Report." Chairmen of the Forum Committee of Temple Israel are Mr. and Mrs. Myron M. Behrman. m SPECMUZE in CONDOLENCE BASKETS From $7.50 We Deliver FRUIT CIRCUS 1789 BISCAYNE BLVD. FR 4-2710 FR 4-8783 WEDR-FM 99.1 O.V 1 Ol It lil\l. THE ONLY RADIO STATION IN MIAMI FEATURING DAILY JEWISH PROGRAMS BAGELS FOR BREAKFAST (IN ENGLISH) MONDAY-FRIDAY 10-11 A.M. SUNDAY 12:30-2:30 REUBEN GUBERMAN, M.C. 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Bday. September 11, 1964 ^Jenist ftoridliain Page 13-A Your Yom Kippur Question Box %  By RABBI SAMUEL J. FOX dy is the Shofar blown at the end of the Day of Atonement? %  There are a variety of reasons i,. n for this practice. Some bun that the Shofar is blown at I, i of the Day of Atonement as a reminder of the Jubilee Year* at which time the Shofar was blown, "to proclaim liberty throughout the land." Since it was blown at Hie end of the Day of Atonement on the Jubilee Year it is now blown after every Day of Atonement, since the Jubilee Year is not celebrated now as it was Vatican Denies Ecumenical Bent on Converting Jews Continued from Page 1-A controversial paragraphs on conversion were "only" a reminder that, according to Paul, the reunion of the Jewish people ith the Catholic church constituted part of the "Christian ]iope," and that the Church therefore waited "with confidence" for the "adhesion" of the Jewish people. -. %  source compared the state| ii the Jews and the cruel•i in the original and revised i ind said the revision made ir that the new text held was "unjust to call this people or to consider it cursed by God. Saint Paul in his Letter to the Romans assured us that God never abandoned his elected people." For these reasons, the source said, "this time it had been preferred not to speak even of deii cide." The source referred to the fact that the word deicide, which appeared in the original version, does not appear in the revised draft. A source close to the Secretarial for the promotion of Christian unity added that publication of the full text would prove useful because many criticisms were made without knowledge of the entire text. WISHING ALL OUR FRIENDS AND CLIENTS A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR lrom the entire Stalf of DADELAND COIFFURES end COSMETICS (formerly SERSE) 7433 DADELAND MALL Ph. 665-3501 "Our Pleasure Is Serving You" SOUTH MB AMI TRAVEL SERYICE "Let Us Answer Your Travel Problems" CALL 661-8529 15864 SUNSET DRIVE So. Miami .' TO ALL HAPPY HOLIDAYS FLORIDA CUSHIONS, INC. RECOVERING CUSHIONS and PADS '60 N.E. 2nd AVE. Ph. 754-3041 in ancient times due to the conditions in the Diaspora. Others claim that it was done "to confuse the Satan," probably in the sense .oi making him.unaware that the day of judgment hud already passed. There are some who claim that the Shofar is blown at the end of the Day of Atonement to indicate the great festive joy with which the night after the Day of Atonement is celebrated. Some claim that there is also a practical reason for blowing the Shofar on the evening after the Day of Atonement. They say it is done to announce throughout the community to the housewives the fact that they can now begin preparing the meal after the fast of the Day of Atonement. • • Why is it a tradition to exclaim "next year in Jerusalem" upon hearing the Shofar blown after the Day of Atonement? The Talmud tells us that the Messiah will come during the month upon which the Day of Atonement falls (Tishri). His coming is expected to be heralded by a blast of the Shofar. Since the people of Israel are .it their purest state after fasting and being penitent on the Day of Atonement, the moment after the Day oi Atonement is the right occasion [or ius coming. 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Page 14-A UnishfkrHiir Friday, SMt— t Browsitf With I—fa; By tUUIY MaWOUM The Rabbi Should Know How Good it Can be Here FRIDAY THE.RABBI SLEPT LATE. By Harry Kmlman. 223 pp. Naw York: Crown, -.!• Park Ae. Soa*h. $3.*5. %  THE COMPLETELY -tarthng title—what, mi%  -• ~ -•-: mir.van''—is only the frr*t of many •arj this delightful book It's a murder it.: ataxy— an unorthodox mystery." the publisherCill it. pun in cheek Rabbi David Small is a marvdOU figure and surery a somewhat unbkely onnne npcct But unfortunately there is all tfeat evidence: the body of a young blonde girl found •: ngJed an the Temple grounds and her haarlleft in the rabbi's own ear parked in the Tern pie lot Of tNW, the rabbi i in many wtjt ordinary might say even typical He is undmg up hi first >ear ith the congregation under a cloud of di;se.-.a3,_i£jjh, hicontract statical very much^ ;n doubt ir non-Jewish fnends don't on-trr-tand that twenty minuteafter a rabbi land? ^ there** a prorabbi and an anti-rabbi party 1 hey can't understand how *ue members of the .regatior. tan become anu-rabbi ju't because :hey don't like the kind of hats his wife wears. !?' rotitine with as When a rabbi takes over a new pu*p;t. there rs a group made up of fnends of the last rabbi that is automatically opposed to bin But the rabbi, whose unflinching honesty and •uperb intellect have not enoeared him to hicongregation beinz much sharper than the crease in his treu*er \ has another quality which worries Chief ef Police Hugh Lanigan as much as it does -oir.e af the congregantThe rabbi, highly trained in the intricacies of pilpul. Taimudic mterpre ,VJIOBhas.the this year be a year of deepenfng their Jewish identity, a year; "I fruitful activity on behalf of Jen ish education, and the strengthening of Israel." Other messages of New Year greetings were extended by Ashkenazi Chief Rabbi Isser Yehuda | Lnterman. Scphardic Chief Rabbi Yitzhak Nissim, and Chief Chaplain Shlomo Goren. TO ALL OUR FRIENDS AND PATRONS GREETINGS CURTIS Battery & Electric Corp. NEW REBUILT Truck • Automobile Marine • Airplane Industrial • Lift Truck • Golf Cart AH Types Foreign Car Batteries Generator & Starter Exchange Voltage Regulators CHECK OUR PRICE FIRSTI NE 5-8112 NE 5-3356 1500 N.W. 20th ST. GREETINGS MIAMI TREE SERVICE LOT CLEARING • BULLDOZING BULLDOZING RENTALS FILLS OF ALL %  NDS FOR SERVICE CALL PL 9-6312 997 N.W. 79th STREET Miami, Fa. TO ALL GREETINGS DIRR'S GOLD SEAL MEATS INC. IT' • SOLD AT YOUR fAYOtTTE STORE 1171 N.W. 81st Street Ph. 759-461 TO ALL HAPPY HOLIDAYS REBUILT WASHER CO., Inc. WASHING MACHINES SALES SERVICE 1290 Ali Baba Ave. Opa-Locka Phone MU 5-1504 HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL OUR JEWISH FRIENTS CAROUSEL PRIVATE SCHOOL 2926 CORAL WAY Ph. 444-8300 KINDERGARTEN and AIL DAY CARE Specializing in Reading Readiness, Social Etiquette, Elocu* ; %  HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL OUR JEWISH FRIEND iioI si; OF MKLOR1. IXC. DADELAND SHOPPING CENTER Ph. 667 6427 GULBRANSEN ORGANS Easy to Play — Free Home Trial Free Lesson HOLIDAY GREETINGS TO OUR FRIENDS AND CLIENTS LYNN ami U ##\*M VS Kvaltor* 2315 Ponce de Leon Boulevard Ph. 443-4638 Ext2nds Greetings of the Season to Its Friends and Patrons 600 N.W. 10th STREET Telephone FR 3-6332 Happy Holidays To Alll Our Customers and Friends Jim Kelly Barber Shop "No Finer Service Anywhere" For ADDoinfment Phon UN 6-1*51 9490 HARDING AVENUE, SURFSIDE e



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1 Utoy. September 11. 1964 •. lf*Ui FKrridTfor Page 15-A Mvvy^^^^^^^^M^M^^^^^^ Empty Seats At Demo Ccnfab By MAX LERNER There have been two conventions, not one. here at Atlantic City, w was the business of organizing an election victory over the enemy tamp The other was the struggle for the empty Mississippi seats m the iloor of the convention—a struggle more drama-packed than the toning of th endless array of platform-reciters, and with potentials kir destroying Lyndon Johnson, Hubert Humphrey and the whole cam[aign Of history in which they will be engaged for the coming months. Those empty seats were a symbol of the dangerous vacuum in It,,, soi .. bats ,\y wi'h less turbulence and violence than is being displayed I Attic A and Asia. That is the task lacing not just the Demoi it the nation itself. i T-€ Democrats succeeded in keeping a floor fight from breaking over the empty seats. But within the Mississippi Freedom Party he : miliar scene repeated itself, of leaders who brought a militant hovement into being only to have the movement smack them in the lace Alien they found their compromise solution (which was a subIt.m: i victor• rejected their followers, it should have surprised no kne u'o has studied the history of revolutions, as one must guess IIH-( leaders have done. That is what happens in revolutions: they levoui those who invoke them. The Freedom Party delegates who took possession of the empty lississ ppi seats made a symbolic display of their political will to the latioi It was a wise decision to allow them to keep possession for; lu' rening. But whatever the token victory, this doesn't solve the % ruble %  It is the problem of how you manage to get a consensus. This the %  ev magic word amon, platform makers and political commentators, and like other fashionable words it has blurred edges but packs real meaning within them. There are some contests that are struggles to the death, where the combatants have nothing in common except their will to destroy each other. There is no consensus between hem. There are other contests where, after you have subtracted the llemt'** of conflict, there is a body of first principles that remains. In which even the combatants agree. That common area is a conBen su. Trt HensuaJ sal stri 1 great |oliti< i Lyndon Johnson is by any estimate one of the great artists of knsensual politics in our time. He can afford to lose Mississippi and %  Jabama: he cannot afford to lose the whole South, including his own Itate ( TexaHis task is to make common cause with the liberal S ncl moderate Republicans whom Goldwater has abandoned, and to ive expression to the surging hopes and claims of the black Americans it h< isinj ur-t principles. 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1 fOR RELATED PHOTOS PAGE 10-8 %  city. oman s IVorU "dfewiislh Flor idiUm Miami. Florida, Friday, September 11, 1964 Section B Women Set for Stellar Bond Push 3B &&$& Rece.ving the warm congratulations of the Roosevelt family from Eliiott Roosevelt, second son of the late President and Mrs Franklin Delano Roosevelt, and of Leonard Rosen, chairmar of the Greater Miami Isiael Bond Organization, is Miam: s own Anna Brenner Meyers. Mis. Meyers, chairman of the Israel Bond Women's Division, has been named to receive the coveted Eleanor Roosevelt-Israel Humanitarian Award. The -.esentation will be made at a luncheon in the Fontaineblecu Hotel in November. Localitcs returning from travels abroad report that "there is hardly a corner of the world where the fame of the Greater Miami Women's Division tor Israel Bonds and its dynamic leader. Mrs. Anna Brenner Meyers, has not been felt." Under Mrs. Meyers chairman Ship, the Women's Division has achieved recognition for its part in helping 1 make Miami the hading Israel Bond city m the world on a per capita basis. Athe community entered the New Ye'-ir, the Women's Division readied plans tor its role in many of the Israel Bond functions which will highlight the Fall season. SI ill basking in the glow of the la Hadassah 16th Birthday Luncheon last spring. which brought together nearly 1.00*) women in a gigantic effort for Israel Bonds, members of the divi | sion were busy preparing for thi j forthcoming St. Laurent • Israe Fashion Festival to take place ir November. It is at Ibis occasion that the Eleanor Roosevelt-Israel Humani larian Award will be presented tt Mrs. Meyers as "the woman who best parallels the ideals, the ded icated humanitarianisnn and dej rot ion to Israel exemplified by the late Mrs Eleanor Roosevelt." The activities of the Women's Division for Israel Bonds are an integral part of the entire Israel Bond effort, including numerous functions undertaken by synagogues and organizations. A sigtiificanl role in synagogue dinners is played by the sisterhood-. Highlighting the part played by women in the Greater Miami Isael Bond effort will be their role I the Ambassador's Ball in Deember, climaxing the Israel Bond year. Phi Sig's Hold General Meet Phi 'Sigma Sigma Sorority Alumnae Chapter ol Greater Miami held a general meeting last Thursday at the home of Mrs. My Lipson. 409 Miller Rd. Mrs. Roberta Stepkin. president. Beta Theta Chapter. Phi Sigma Sigma at the University ol Miami. presented a preview of campus activities for i%4-65. Honored "for many years of selfless service to Israel were two of Miami's best-known women leaders. Mrs. Sam Blank and Mrs. Carl Weinkle, shown here with Mt


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Page 2-B "JenlsliflcrMfon Friday, Sep, embei IL By EDYTHE SCHINDLER From Ant Buttons, She Protects a Park When Sara Harris and her husband operat ed a drug store almost forty years ago in St. Petersburg. Fla they had antIn their pantry, in their soda fountain, their food container—ants just everywhere The lady from New York was appalled. "I just couldn't stand the : nt< said Sara Harris, her lips >tretched thin in a grimace ot distate. "St) I began messing around in the back of the drugstore with concoctions. Finally I came up with a preparation which I mixed with a candy-like ibstance. The question wa?— hat • put il in" Around the .ton were lots >>i old bottle i I decide I i i use them, i s ake I big wasbtub ami then • 10k out the cork-filler with an pick I dried the cap.an ainted out the soda pop's name : filled the caps with my insecti cirle and behold Ant Button-' 111 born 'I put the ant buttons out in roves and soon found dead ml hills. I recognized the fact that I'd created an item which ould be helpful to otheras ell as to myself" Soon Sara Harris was traveling over the state to introduce and demonstrate her item. They were -old by house-to-house peddlers. Many a student worked his way through college selling -ant but tons." A demand was created, -nd today they are sold by the biggest jobbers in the country ..nd are listed in many mail order catalogues. They are distributed nationally aad in many foreign countries Finally Success Sara Harris traveled to South • frica and Liberia to find ant hills taller than a man. "Today. 1 get orders from rubber plantations all Over Africa." said MrHarris. Mis-ionaries spread the -:ood word about "ant buttons." Today if anyone has ants in their pantry, there's just no excuse. For the past twenty five years. >ara Harris has pledged $1,000 year from the sale of her pro duct to the Food Fair chain to with the same wants and needs Mrs. Harris likethe primitive, the unspoiled places on earth best She feels good in the wilderne-s; -he feels closer to God. Keeping the Link •Wherever I go." .she said. I look for .lews I've found old ladies with 'sheitels' in the wilderness. Once on a safari in Africa. I went through a remote village and saw a woman standing in front of a store. I saw a Jewess, and I went up to her and -aid 'Shalom And she anMRS. SAM HARR!S 'sheitel' in the wilderness the United Jewish Appeal. She is keenl) interested in the medical school of the Hebrew University and has made a bequest for ;. revolving lund for Israeli students at the universitj People Enchant Her A widow for over thirty years, Sara Harris has worked hard and steadily, managing her business and her life. Sitting in her ocean view living room at 1200 Ocean Dr.. Miami Beach, surrounded by the paraphernalia acquired over a lifetime, the word or symbol, if you will, "involvement." comes to mind. Listen to her remember her wanderings around the world, and always it is the people who enchanted her. Linger a moment, she will, of course, over the wonder of the highest peak in the world, the grandest city, the caves lighted by glow worms, but inevitably her tongue trembles over the man spoiled by hunger, by hopelessness, bjl exploitation of his fellow. "I've traveled to about every part of the earth that a human can live in. I've been to six continents, remote islands. I go off the beaten path." said Sara Harris. "1 know what the world and people look like. And I've found people the same all over Women's OUT Plans Conference Mrs Florence M Rosenthal, t)f Jamaica, NY., and Mrs. Philip Kear. of Philadelphia. Pa., have been named co-chairmen of the upcoming National Board conference of Women's American ORT The conference, to be held Oct 13 to IS at the Hotel Georgian Terrace in Atlanta, will attract 500 delegates representing 60.000 members of the organization in 450 chapters throughout the country. The co-chairmen announced that the conference will hear addresses at its opening session by M. Daniel Mayer, former French Minister of Labor, and at present chairman of the Executive Committee of the World ORT Union and president of the League for the Rights of Man. and by Hon. Nahum Shamir. Economic Minister of Israel to the United States. The conference will be greeted by Mayor Ivan Allen Jr.. of Atlanta. The co-chairmen said that the conference will focus on the increasingly grave problem of accommodating applicants to ORT vocational schools on five continents, especiallv in France and I-rael Einstein Group Opens Season On Monday, at 12:30 p.m the Albert Einstein Group ol Hadassah will hold its opening meeting of the 1964-65 year at the Washington Federal Auditorium in No. Miami Beach. Members and friends will be welcomed by the new officers and chairmen. Dessert and coffee will be served, and a donor credit will be available. Following a brief business meeting, there will be a social hour for cards. Have pot roast, Kasha and gravy toniqhtt wm HASH FREE KASHA COOKBOOK rn New recipes and menu ideas for modern meals Kno*rci 8nd entertainin 8 with Kasha. Address request */:•_/ t0 pjly „ lS VVoJff> p;nn Yam New yofk MAM, THAT'S A DISHI %  jMNd Shalom^ —I ak e longed tor most of all. there in the wilderness, was for a traveling rubbi. one who would pass through her village every so ol ten and keep up the link" Wherever Sarah Harris travels, she attempts to locate Jewish friends and relatives Ions mising. These guests have proved fruitful time and again. She hat been to Israel many times, the first being in 1935. and has watched the country emerge. Five cousins were brought out of Europe and settled there where they live today in pros P**y. Vet anxious animosity of the Arab No Mrn arris ^ a Plan to have br0B or a bust of the first Miami Beach j. j; erected m-noe^^ his name. The site of u ment buildm. on Oceaaa the former Lummus hW it is from Mr LummuTSi accepted the mandate 71 server of Lummus Part; 1 Friendship With Lin* Lummus (ores** attend wittle awaj a) the land vj cated for a park lor all ftJ pie. He also had the to involve Sara Harn. dream. For that dream fc-i in the -tr g : vlng haaij heart of Sar Tttty t*t &


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September 11. 1964 ^Jewlstncrktlar Page 2-2 1 &f MA _m. ** Hy-elected national president of Hadas&ah, the Women's st Organization of America, Mrs. Mortimer Jacobson er) is flanked by two members of the National Board of iaS sah from Miami. Mrs. Gerald P. Solte (left), regional %  ident. and Mrs. Irwin Liss, member of the National Serv[committee, at the recent national convention of the orzation in Los Angeles, Calif. ^ rards Will Go to Campers Sunday, second annual swim i open to boys and girls 9 to Mil be held at the Surfside j ..ninity Center. In addi/on, ds will be presented for the ] ter's summer long races. Chase Federal Savings and j Association among donors, nal day of summer camp at Center on Aug. 28 was also 1 Awards Day with Gloria ,r. Center's assistant director. Iincing the following who rehonors: MM improved swimmer. Philip ien, Linda Bowen. Julie Cali'ud Brosilow; physical fit Ramon Fernandez. Debbie Best camper of the summer. row Stoller, Sherri Fitelson. tost weekly campers: Harold iITei-. Itarley Berlant. Scott Portit. | obert Peppercorn, Lee Eped Brosilow, Ramon Ferfed nandez, David Gale, David Popper, Douglas Van Wart, Julie Calvet, Sharon Chasen, Linda Bowen. Roberta Levine. Vicki Molko, Joy Molko, Barbara Chasen, Lenore Katz. Randie Rose, Maxine Schy. Sandy Weider. Honor awards to: Anita Sheppard. Julie Calvet. Maxine Schy, Roberta Levine. Linda Bowen. Richard Miller. Douglas Van Wart. Mike Stoller. CounselorNancy Levin and Merle Freidin assisted Camp Supervisor Lou Hayes in giving out the awards. Miami Social Club First meeting of the season for Miami Friendly Social Club will i),held on Sunday, 2 p.m.. in the Beth Fl Auditorium, 500 s\V nth St. Coming projects and events will be discussed. jm extends Best wishes f OR A joyous new ye<\R jm wishes you a happy holiday plan your teHtiritie* around earmel wines 1.59 and 2.595th JM has complete Carmel dinner and dessert wines ... so integral a part of the New Year tradition. • Rose of Carmel Malaga • Hock Adorn Atic Sharir • Concord Chateau Richon • Sacramental Grape Topaz Muscatel Partom THE WINE RACK, FIRST FLOOR, MIAMI EXTRA FIHC ummciHf W|tt MY wj "**>•>, UMIML r STOE w TH TM( flOWO* 'LAIR toast the new year with imported erystal 2.5 each JM wishes you a holiday brimful of all good things. And to toast the New Year, we suggest lovely hand-blown crystal stemware imported from Sweden and available in iced tea, wine, water and liquor sizes. Enrich parties and family gatherings with a complete set of this fine polished crystal. GLASSWARE, FOURTH FLOOR, MIAMI IdttWAWL ,| s'0 *tT *••) i 0**'OA *' AlR



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P-Te 4-B +Jtni<>tfhridri&n Frid cv %  :• Socialite ... by -Jjsabcl Cji Continued from Page 1-S %  .-•. %  from a two month soj '" --nd Switzerland, but the hvu %  %  in Switzerland to • fen weeks with her i there A -• i • -• l Miami Beach High, where he also playi on the tennis team, 16irnered additionwell in the sport wl Won tennis tournaent in Villara, Switzerland. France, and made the quarter finals in Biarritz \n extended tour of the Canadian Rockies and California in Augu-t for Roz ami Gerry Soltz with traveling companion^ Anita and Ed Cohen Foursome found Banff. Lake Louise J Victoria. Seattle, San FranTahoc and Yosemite -• nious" Itinerary d M that West C minal point, Loj Angel • lied in time for Roz and '• to attend the Had nvention The former : .Miami i )| ter t an the trip—com i •' • • 1 of • • • %  i I turm ••. Esta, Hy %  • hn : %  majS in C The • K< thi Abraham First visit home rii • %  December 1 Sam I. S it 707 X let ply • • %  [nnui and •' %  '•' oi From the enl him while he He • %  • many I • • %  Lei • • .]-. and i -.i Bametl j !libride t< ai be school in o enamored with her first look at the Gold Coast she has voiced the heretical wish to live here Before return ing to the British Isles, the South Floridian Wins Award Mimi Rappoport, daughter of Mrs. Harold Rappoport, 751 Flamingo Way, No. Palm Beach, has received a merit award from the Dairy Council of South Florida. Mimi was baby-sitting one day yhen a frantic neighbor dashed in screaming that her son, Paul 10, was at the bottom of the pool. Mimi, who had spent a lot of time this summer diving and swimming, went to the rescue and saved the child. I The 16-year-old attends Temple Beth El Synagogue in West Palm Beach. The Dairy Council is interested in achievers in many fields, and young people through twelfth grade are eligible. They have a continuing program to honor achievements of school age young people in Palm Beach County, and nomination" may be made to Miss Sip Taylor, 5 Coconut Row, Palm lieach. rove %  %  %  %  in Miami, and : %  Our her much | in monej w hile at law school bj titm at thFontainebleau, r that resort Am< n rod Larry • • • Fred and Helen Arthur and •are back at their North Dade home yetting r -• .'-ral win'' r The Arthur.-, -pent the mer here while Fred built a new luxury apartment house in North Miami Beach Did managi I set awi thi Ki fishing and boating the Pi at the Ni Vork Esther and • %  Z s ihe BenGa A J me gi if gh. RichI is the son of Mi Art < %  /.ipp A holiday vacation in I MrJames Gri| and -yln Miami Kuth and %  liieh H I) Days with dau| ra, husband Rabbi Jack M ;. -pintual leader of in Larchmont. N Y and their two curly headed moppets It's a Ion.! • ni sinci thi ties Aviva and Banana, • "re will tx I i ndpa rents rin. Temple Judea will hold its annual Yom Kippui icnceoj r.esday evening in the Temple's Recrectxr.'.--:' %  /"'. pians for the occasion me Mr.. Abraham St. Hy Lipson, co-chairmen. They will be cs, ul'H Kopolow, Mrs. Lester Mcrgolis. and Mrs. B, I -A .11 be served by Sisterhood ^GOOD DAIRY SHOPPERS BUY BREAKSTONE'S (just as they always have] For brunch, lunch, supper orsna'c^uVeniov ThpI 2 SS WB8 dairy f ds! of Breakstone's. Good Sairy belongs on vour tStfn£?5 ft* Creamy richneSS -always serve Breakstone's Y tab e 0ne dellcl0us wav !" another Pamper your taste for the best with the ouaittu fio,„ F !" hmn^h i inM i. • Wty flavor of really fine dairy foods! good dairy tcuyou from



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1 September 11, 1964 • Jewlsli flcrldHar Page 5-B 1211111 iillll KMI>YMEWYE*R .( .. %  : iGMAR CHASEMA TOVA 6 6 6 6 6 3 6 STEVENS, GRAND UNION AND GRAND WAY STORES CARRY COMPLETE HOLIDAY FOOD SELECTIONS.



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Page 6-B +Jmiaii fkrkfiatn Friday. September <^fn the tKealnt of *S^ociet\f IVei n< r Knhn MRS. RICHARD WOLf W.-r n.-i IN MRS. EDWARD KAY Wolf, Krolick to Live in Kew Gardens Newly-weds Mr. and Mrs. Rich. (I Wolf will live in Kew Gardens, N.Y A honeymoon in Jaaica followed their marriage on Miss Bresth Weds Lee Savitt Sydcll Louise Bresth became the ii Of Barry Lee Savitt on Mony, Aug. 3. at Temple Israel. Dr. : si | 'i Narol \\ a> officiating rah-' Daughter ol MiSydnej Bresth, %  00 SH 64th \ve .HHI Mrs. Mur %  I Bresth, of Miami Beach, the ide was attended b) her sister. in > Bresth The bridegroom's brother Joel %  i served as his best man*• arc tin -nili.i Mr aiiil Mrs Savitt. 2'.,:,] Sheridan Ave Following a honeymoon in .la an a. the newlyweds will live in .>uUi Miami. A graduate oi Coral Gables High, the new Mrs. Savitt attend .1 American High School "i Mexico City. Mexico. Chapel Hill of V. altham. Mass and the Inner sity oi Miami. Her bridegroom ia graduate < i Miami Beach High, and will eceive a degree from the Uni.. %  rsity of Miami in January. 1965 Saturday, Aug. 29, at the Barcelona Hotel. For the late nuptials perform ed by Rabbi Samuel April, the former Phyllis Adrian Krolick wore a floor length bridal gown of embroidered organdy and carried lilies-of-thevalley with w h i t e roses Maid of honor was Ann Greenhouse Bridesmaids Included Adele Epstein, Rosalyn Dunn and Sue Ellen Kogan Serving as best man IUFelix Woll peter Wolf. Marshall Tan ner and Steve Freiman ushered. A recepti 'n at the hotel followed the ceremonj ighter Ol Mr and Mrs N^r K.uluk 2285 SW 27th St.. Ihe bride ia graduate of Miami Miiau Huh and attended Emory University. She will receive a degree from Adelphia University in June, 1*.H)5. and is a member of Alpha Ensilon Phi Sorority. Now associated with Seagrams. Richard Wolf is an alumnus of Miami Beach Senior High. Georgia Institute of Technology and has an MBA degree from Emory University. His fraternity is Phi Epsilon Pi. Parents of the bridegroom are Mr. and Mrs. Felix Wolf, formerly of Miami Beach, now of New Orleans, La. Reception Follows Freedman, Kay Wedding Here A reception and dinner followed the wedding of Jacqueline Lini.a Freedman to Edward Mark Kay at the Algiers Hotel on Sunday evening, Aug. 30 Rabbi David Shapiro officiated Parents of the newlyweds are Mr. and MrDavid Freedman. ol York, Pa., and Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Kay, of Hollywood, Fla. For the ceremony, the bride wore a traditional lull-length gown el tulle and chantilly lace. It was Styled with a scalloped sabrina neckline, lace panel and V point waistline Attending the new Mrs. Kaj were Mrs. Beulah Levi tan. matron of honor. Judy Enteen, Amelia Fraser, Marjorie Jar rett, Barbara Levitan and Patti Mackauf Laurie Scharf and Nan O Kaj served as junior bridesmaid, and Susan Scofield was flower girl. Best man was Richard Kay Norman Enteen, David Levine, Larry Insel, Robert Ho-and Richard Thompson ushered Former Miss Freedman attend ed the University ol Miami, when she was secretary of dormitory. Hurncanette and M a r j o r e t t e Queen of America. 1963 Her sorority is Phi Sigma Sigma A 1963 alumnus of the University of Florida, the bridegroom attends the university's Law School and is vice president of South Brow aid Young Democratic Cluh Kay and hibride will live at US N i: 9th st Gainesville. 52 Association Has Card Party The 52 Association ol Greater Miami held a card party last Thursday evening at the South gate Tower AptMrs Frances Levine was in charge ol reservations The Association directs iten ergies to bringing entertainment t • the patients at the Veterans Hospital in Coral Gables and finan cial aid to their families. MisS WeinstOCk, New Religious Method Mr. Rosenberger Betrothal Told Mr. and Mrs Solomon Siegel anlunce the engagement of their aughter, Cynthia Mirrell Weinstock, to David Rosenberger. The bride-elect is a graduate of ia,ni Beach High attended Dayna Junior College. University ol and graduated from "the ebrew Universit) ol Jerusalem, -rat I, with a BS RN, and nils %  grees she %  presi at the World's Fair in the I a\ illion The future bridegroom, son ol i and Mrs Lester Rosenbei N iw York City, received his BA egree at the Bernard M. Baruch School ••! Business, and graduated in public administration at City illege of New York. He served • ith the U.S. Army in Europe, nd is presently employed by the Department of Labor of New York >tat.'. An early wedding is planned. Congregation B'nai Raphael has introduced its new classroom departmental system, establishing i new trend in Jewish education. In addition to the regular subjectlike Hebrew, tradition and history, each group is taught pray r and liturgical Chassidic and Israeli music under the direction of Cantor Jack Lerner. Post-Yom Kippur Social Following Yom Kippur observncos at Tifereth Israel, a dance (cial will be held there starting t 8:30 p.m. Refreshments will i* served. Temple Youth Open House At Or Olom Open House social lor Temple or Olom Y 1ST )i Group la scheduled for Sunda) at the Temple from 7 to > a reception at the Temple. Daughter ol Mr and Mrs. Norman Babel, 820 44th St.. the bride was attended by Linda Berman. maid ol honor. Nancy Kreinberg and the bridcgroom"s sister, Melya Liebman. Cynthia Morgan was in charge of the bride's book. Served by Sidney Stern, best man. Joel V "hen and Barry Crown, ushers, the bridegroom is the -on ol Mr and Mrs Victor l iebman, 1225 Marseille Dr. Carrying a cascade arrangement ol white orchids on her continuation Bible, the bride -elect ed a candlelight empire style n with A line -kirt. White -.tin applique roses covered the short-sleeved bodice and decorated the border of the panel train A matching applique decorated the linen pillbox from which tell the shoulder length candlelight ii n veil Now in Insenior sear at the L'niversitj ol Miami, the bride groom attended tii.' university ot Florida and was affiliated with Tail Kp-ilon Phi Fraternity. New Mrs. Liebman attended Kendall College and the University of Miami ? 1*1* MRS. WARKtN S lIHAt-v v .'. |j v. eds, hoi Jamaica, will in, .,• 6th Av Beth Am Brotherhood Temple Beth \:n Broth-rid will sponsor a Yum Ki|>i> at the close of the holiday on nesday at 9 p m President t! the group iMax Raskin. the smartest three words you can say about a function: It's at D0RSL on the ocean at miami beach A new standard of elegance on Miami Beach. Superbly planned and executed wedding*, luncheons, busineee meetings ... ranging from 10 to 1000. or in a miami country club setting Spaciousness is the keynote of your affair %  midst the pluahnens of the Doral Country Club. Wedding., confirmations, banquets are enhanced by the country club atmosphere of this resort estate. For complete detail*, please call Mr. David KotlOC, Director of Food and Beieraf Doral Beach Hotel and Country Club JE 2-3600 Have that %  Business Meeting, Banquet, or Special Occasion f You'll find complete facilities to exactly satisfy your needs in the Kismet, Aladdin, Scheherazade and" Rubaiyat Rooms, be it tor a wedding or a private portyl it th < &k # footers for information' HAZEL ALLISON Catering Olr.elor, JE 1-6061 h St. Collln



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1 >ptember 11. 1964 • %  Jen/** FkriHin Page 7-B :i :I,I.I. tzXtbout J-^coplc and f^L (AN IN THE HIGH HAT %  as a dinner dance in the ballroom at [Bay Country^ Club lor the Variety CltlS. %  ndlcr was mighty proud of ber husband, i'hen be was given a plaque for public serthe hospital. Among the crowd were the I.evines. Kill Kruglaks, Art Apples, Josluskins. Shay Foremans, Buddy llalpcrts, Jacobsons, Rena Broidy and the Murray Mil's. The only decorations were the the high-hatted barker in the midst ol a a. l hS THISAWAY aiil.vn and Sam Levine went down lslaway lor a lost weekend with their chillack, Randi, Michael and Nanci. Robert home—he's just a wee bit too young. All gang caught red snapper—except Sam. lught a bad sunburn. When he said, "Was ace red,'' he meant just that. IER GRADUATION %  da and Alex Miller just got a cable from I. Jay, in Jerusalem. He graduated si vi liver ity in Now York and hopes ;! th' Mirrer for a year. Before he '-" had a wonderful visit with inand brother, Franklin. Franklin Antioch College, and Rabbi and Mrs. er Gross gave Jay a lovely bon voyage r • %  to l\ ^OSTCN PARTY (NOT TEA) Woll Brown was ninety years young, and his lily nil trekked in to Rhode Island to help celebrate. From Miami Beach went his %  u liter. Ruth (Mrs. Harold i Shapiro and Git ^v Morrisi Uerick Git's daughter. Joy. and h husband, David May, were there too. One tear-old brother went from Boston, as well fe; aces ... as the birthday boy's kid brother. Jack. Mr. Brown said that he would like the same kind oi party every week. THAT'S A GRAND PRIZE Marilyn is glad that her husband, Howard Ayares, is in the automobile business, and he won a trip to Paris and London. She went along, and first they had to see the Simca factory with iis assembly line production They went to Stradford-on-Avon to see the Shakespeare Festival. In Pans, they went to a fabulous party at the Baton Rouge When they cruised down the Seine and saw the lighted dome of Notre Dame, .Marilyn says that it was like a dream out ol a fairy book Now Marilyn is most anxious for Howard to win another prize. HERE AND THERE Dr. and Mrs. Norman Russ just came home from there—Europe. They retraced their European trip of last year, but this time they took daughter Lori. Seeing Europe through a 12-yearold's eyes is definitely an experience. Lori wrote to Sarah Frishman that "Home is the most" Betty and Myer Friedman are waiting to -cr if their son. Howard, who is touring Europe with a friend, George Sax. will follow up his cable of "Arrived Sate" with some letters. Maybe he will just wait until he arrives home :n time lor the opening of the semester at the Universit) of Miami to tell them the highlights Those California medical conventions are work for the doctors, but fun for their families, .Muriel and Marc went along with Dr. Alexander Libow. Mai's big blue eyes grew even bigger .is he was entranced with the hills of San Fran Cisco and the cable cars. —FRANCES LEHMAN Miss Groden Now Mrs. Brooks Janice Groden and Martin GerI aid Brooks were married Sunday evening, Aug. 30, at Beth David. Rabbi Norman N. Shapiro officated at the double ring candlelight perejnony followed by a reception and dinner in Spector Hall. The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Groden. "t South Miami, and the groom is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Brooks, of Treasure Island. The bride chose a traditional wedding gown of silk organza over peau de soie. The skirt was a full bell with the fitted bodice covered with lace and scattered with pearls. The tiered French illusion fell from a pearl and crystal headpiece. She carried an arrangement of lilies-of-the-vaiiey and white orchids. Mrs. Max Engel was matron of honor. Bridesmaids were Rosemary Rudolph and Harriet Manning. Roberta Groden served as flower girl. David Schomp. of Oklahoma. Associated Photogro ihei a MRS. MARTIN BROOKS The bride is now attending th was best man. Ushers were StevUniversity of Miami. The grooi en Field, Donald Kovnot, Ronald is also attending the Universit Lowenthal and Paul Prince. Slier-, of Miami, where he is majoring win Levine was soloist. in data processing. HI tadeffs Off Puerto Rico Honeymoon i ception and formal dinner Fontalnebleau Hotel followIhc yellow and white wedding re oi ihe former Mildred Ruth %  ne) Coleman and Elliott Hani Alhadeff on Sunday. Aug. Officiating rabbi at the double candlelight ceremony was Dr. eph Narot, of Temple Israel, laughter of Mr. and Mrs. Leon Coleman, 4615 Prairie Ave., bride was given in marriage her father. Her only attendwas her maternal grandmoth ^H Mrs. Herbert Abrams. H'hr bridegroom is the son of MrMatilda Alhadeff. of Montgomery. Ala., and the late Victor Alh;i'leff. Attending him were Mm "is Dale, best man, and ^Barlrs Coleman, usher. Up.' -pending a honeymoon in Jhic''. Rico, the newlyweds will Hntiime their education at the University of Alabama, where Hth are students. Mr. Alhadeff I a member of Alpha Epsilon Pi, BCKII fraternity. His bride is a ^padiMtc of Miami Beach Senior ih. MRS. EII.I0T ALHADEFf Reinhard, Kazer Eye June Rites Mr. and Mrs. Ben P. Kazer. 3524 SW 3rd Ave., announce the engagement of their daughter, Judith Ellen (Cooki), to Sanford Neil Reinhard. son of Mr. and Mrs. Harold ltenihard. of 1631 Coral C.atc Dr. The happy news was shared by the 25(1 guests who attended the Bar Mitzvah of their son. Ralph Kazer, at Beth David Synagogue on Aug. 23. The bride-elect is an honor graduate of Miami Senior High School, where she was president of Phi Delta Gamma Sorority. She recently returned Irom England. having studied at the University of Nottingham for the past year. She will be going back to Sophie N'ewcomb in New Orleans to complete her studies in January. A member of Sigma Delta Tau Sorority, she is a Dean's List student and a Tulane Scholar. Mr. Reinhard. a graduate of the Hebrew Academy and Miami Senior High School, is now a pre-law student at Yeshiva University in New York. A Dean's List student, he will be graduated in June. The couple plan a summer wed ding. For Very Special Occasions... JoMomat COUNTRY CLUB'S CALCUTTA ROOM Just imagine having the entire Diplomat Country Club, yours exclusively for weddings, parties or special dinners! Catering facilities for groups of 100-300... available 7 days • week. There's no other room quite like the Calcutta Room in this area! Unlimited free parking. For reservations, call 945-9571 in Miami, or WA 3-8111 in Hollywood HOLLYWOOD-BY-T HE-SEA „. .. ; II ,'&** %  ** %  e MEET PERFECTIONISTS IN THE CATERING FIELD They ire unequalled In their profession. & They are the diLido's catering staff. 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I = Friday. laaskassk *T U 0W KNktAM '.: --E *ff VathjBgtaa ,. -. ^ Dux.' • %  % %  %  %  — if effort ssetkeng that efped Doc Kleu etc* Bat I .'.. %  %  -;. the %  '..<::.. ?.' CO I CekV l2Ui <.'.".%  .. .... Ai an) .-•. %  • knowi • %  Bose can't ... %  t it head • ...,. board (X the Had Cr ol Dai a pi • •: Mraihai i • '.' -•< • ison for Doc Klein .'. ai rite peopti each He ; eat i iotere lad at bavi arwi ated her husand ', <-a ;.' %  ,.. The) cork that the) wre doing • %  %  r cbildret D Gerald Klein H i %  < %  living in Ith hu %  and • R i %  i it D % %  ami %  •', leave Hi ....... %  : ister eo Re • %  %  • lb Dot D lei i -; Rein: en the Ri i rosi to I tb> • it Ida M ;• a blcaung lor the peop i them there • %  > al t bli %  rod blew off their own apartment the calling I'll in B little time lor bobbies i netinu be kn-ts or aewi a little but one thing I eei 1 'i n hi %  and Doc play a game of in to relaa .ir.'i iron out the kinki that the 'lay has brought We're ell-matched in gin ae v.e ar plomat Country ClubMai Boom. Th•>u 1n*-lfiiT'iali-Tnait fMONt if i.7't r*S. O'.XALD tOSS Miamians Attend Medical Tour Through Israel Dr ','. S hneid>me %  • Physicians Pellow-bip rr.' mbcrs and their familii i returned from a tour World Assembly of 'he Medical Ass< iafjon I in larael Irom Aug. 2 to 14. I activities included a com rlete tour of Israel, a reception by the Mayor of Haifa, the President of State of Israel and the Haifa. Jerusalem and Tel Aviv branches of the Israel Medical Ai wciation. Luncheon meetings were held at the two medical schools in Israel, the Hebrew UniversityHadassah Medical School in Jerulalem arid in Tel Aviv at the Beilpital by the newest, the "1 Kvl\ Universit: Medical -ch' *f$. AtHOLD HfJS:', Miss Kromer In Poie de Soi A '.:.:. -."•" de • and : and traifl : .KraaM r for hei the Saxony Hfte. U rax %  M >.': t sing nupt neymoor hyweds was L s saatr ..... %  kin oa Kramer, rr girl K.: Serving as erl I-^er Ja> Harrj • • Swickic and I %  • A graduate Senior Hick tended Dade and ir..i for Mi of M.arr.i Eidi 5ei Ill Ibe University': The bride I Kalmar. '-.. %  %  Ki • M r. ai f St. 1 : Mr and Mr' I Di %  N the granda< n •: Mn Cohen. v( N'e %  • x %  ate %  Un• -•-vey ..n ,l%  %  : %  I 1 Sunday School Schedule At Tifereth Israel First session ; I at Temple Tifereth Ja< held Sept. 13 from 9 SO I on Monday. Hebrc classes will be held from p.m. '1 here w ill be no 16. Scheduk 'ill I i i in Thursday, v pi -clu'ol ill be a ki, I S NATURAL & ARTIFICIAL FLORAL DECORATIONS BLOSSOM SHOP 1572 Washington Ave., Miami Beach Call SYLVIA MILSEN JE 2-3231 mi DELIVERY AIL GREATER MIAMI



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September 11, 1964 *Jm4Mi ffrridfifiin Page 9-B Susan Feller will preside at this first meeting of the season. >'! ''/ 3 Guest speaker at the membership meeting of Shalom* Group will be Mrs. Maurice Cahn, Miami |H= New Year is here, and it another busy, excittocial season. Many readers i, I~:na Lachs will be presented, and •i straighter line'' Mrs. Jack Wolfstein will preside. eiMRlOHVAGIM, DEBGRAH KBI • SBE^-Bi^^f. John Huston i Production ol tennauee William !*"* !" NIGHT OF THE IGUANA The relaxed silhouette is one that is too comfortable to give A reception in honor of Morton Towers Group life members is Births In Greater Miami First child. Robert Sander, born 1Ly 'A .ARDMORE r STUDIO ESTABLISHED S'NCE 194C JE1-3415 k Speciol.*t in Q^oJx^l lam It • WEDDINGS ^ • BAR MIT7VAHS B • PORTRAITURE • COMMERCIAL T; • COPIES Hp FULL STAFF AT YOUR SER'.'lCE W^ 738 ARTHUR GODFREY RD. MIAMI BEACH up completely, but even aside ,. innod fo| Mon( | av no0n in the from the disdotheque. you 11 t.nd Morton Jama Rcstaurant Mrg more of a feminine silhouette Emalulol M( ntz win prcs idc at being shown for this coming — season. As well-dressed women know, it takes time and careful planning to achieve a fashionable effect. Work through last year's clothes, add a few of the new things from this season, change' Aug. 31 to the former Eva Starr a hemline if vou must, add a pin, and Cantor David Conviser, 800 switch accessories around, and East DiLido Dr. The new mother ; before vou know it you will | is on the faculty of Olympia have fashioned a wardrobe that Heights Elementary, and Cantor i does what a wardrobe should— Conviser serves at Temple Beth enhance the wearer. Sholom of Miami Beach. Baby: was named on Sept. 7 in ceremonies conducted by Cantor | Abraham Seif and attended by Rabbi and Mrs Leon Kronish. Grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Joseph H. Starr, of Miami, and Cantor and Mrs. Elias Conviser. of Brooklyn. SENIOR CITIZENS HEAR THIS! P | O now offer, you special low fores for• fun-filled S S Florida cruise" fe Nassau thro. S h October 2nd! Fifty of 200 f.rst-class staterooms reserved for vou on each cruisel Phone or wrife for fares and reservations now! Join your friends for 3 or 4 days of pleasure and leisure aboard P & O's gracious S/S Florida! STATERO CIGALA CRUISES ABOARD THE AIR-tfONDITIONED S/S FLORIDA mt fl NASSAU NEW REDUCED FARES on all 4-DAY Cruises! ONE LOW PRICE! L 3and 4-DAY CRUISES £ now only .k LEO HOHAUSER PLUMBING CONTRACTING • RIP AIRING Serving Dade County Over 25 Y-r 1811 S.W. 14th ST. HI 6-9904 \ v* O 10W CRUISE f.RES IHCIUDE: \Q %  All meals—including festive Captain's Dinner!"Full entertainment piogram—Cruise Director, floor shows, movies, games and prizes, calypso band! %  Captain's Cocktail Party! %  Continental ore'ast! %  Midnight srshopping on SHIP IS YOUR HOTEL...t. famaus Bv in Cowntowr, f 'A ID" CRUISES Sf.IL fmDHYi T4:45 PM 4--.VT CRUISES SAIL MONDAYS AT 4:45 PM > I > •'. MB '\ ."t4t!* i Duty-free / FREE PARKIS6 | in Miami's Inoraham Garag* while you're on cruise A-l EMPLOYMENT DOMESTIC HELP DAY WORKERS Ph. FR 9-8401 ATTENTION BROWARD COUNTY RESIDENTS! Free chartered bus serv.ee from Ft. Lauderdale and Hollywood to shipside Miami and return! See you. local travel agent for lull particulars and reservations, or: e.-rriniriiin on Pier No. 2, Biscayne Blvd. & 10th St. STEAMSHIP CO. Miami. Florida 33101 • FH 9-3836 Member of the distinguished Flagler System Downtown Office: 209 St. 1st Strati



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Page 10-B JmMb nrrMi^r Friday. Septemb T IHI Dr. Irving Lehrman. spiritual leader of Temple scheduled for nexl Wednesday at 3:30 p.m. Emanu-EI. wth some of the young people who The cantatc will be presented after the Musaf _w:.l participate m the Yom Kippur Cantata service at the Miami Beach Auditorium. Amcng make known manshi from r the many women who have helped to th Israel Bond Women's Division throughout the country under the chaiip of Mrs. Anna Brenner Meyers 'third ight) are Mrs. Joseph M. Lipton, Mrs. Max Weitz. Mrs. Jacob Rifki::. Mrs. Samuel T. Sapiro, Mrs. Sc m Luby, Mrs. Abram Fox and Anne Giossman. director of the Israel 3cnd Women'Division. One of the most memorable events of the Outgoinq Hebrew year 5724 was the "Sweet 16" Anniversary Luncheon celebration sponsored by the Miami Beach Chapter of Hadassch en beholf cf Israel Bonds. Responsible the success of the event were Mrs. Net Barth, chapter president; Miss Lillian Goodman, icng-time Hadnssah leader and chairman cf the luncheon; Mrs. Ef.'ie Platoff. honored at the event; Mrs. Dorothy Krieger Fink, honorary chairman; and Mrs. Fred Jonas, cochairman. NEW YEAR GREETINGS NICK & ARTHUR'S RESTAURANT and LOUNGE Over 27 Years of Gourmet Dining in Greater Miami 1601 -79th STREET CAUSEWAY V* *>* HAPPY HOLIDAYS TO ALL %  AMOW IlSTAUtAWTl HASTA MANAMA 26*5 S.W. 37th Avt Miami %  Hlfhlano J-3636 DM. nn tit DIXNII >Hl M ivirr mem Tit IttiMtf it CONTINENTM. CUISINE if cluratBf AtMsikere ft#unb ZsiAt U.S. No 1 it Oakland PI. Blvd Ft. Uvtental* Ph.: 564 0M1 IWICI4-U MIH llll 1HU* MM. Ttra M HOT mui TH riWSI IN IININS IT MODEST PIKES B'nai Raphael Plans for Sukkoth Religious .School party of B'nai Raphael Congregation will be held Sept. 23 at noon, with the children •i th a part of our High Holiday repentance," according to Hyman ( habner. president. Miami l!e:ich Councilman 1I\ man P Galbut, program chairman, who along with Chabner serves ai co-chairman of the Memorial Services Committee, announced the following schedule: At the Jewish Section of Woodlawn Park Cemetery, 3260 SW 8th St., services will be held Sunday at 11 a.m., with Rabbi Solomon Schiff, Beth El Congregation, Rabbi Max Shapiro. Beth Kodesh Congregation, and Rabbi Norman N. Shapiro and Cantor William Lipson, Beth David Congregation, officiating. Servicewill also be held at Mount Sinai Memorial Park. 1125 NW 137th St., on Sunday at 2 p m Officiating will be Rabbis Schiff and Max Shapiro and Rabbi Tibor II Stern, of Beth Jacob Congre gation Cantor Maurice Mamches of Beth Jacob, will render the musical portions of the liturg) Seat-, a tent and prayerbooks will be furnished, according to Chabner and Galbut. Beth Torah Youth Services Mayor Arthur Sin tier m gj Brown v.,11 |„ .,.., *l at the community u | e ti3 torn Kippur services held -1\ 'he auspices of th-. Beth 3 ongregation at the j hn F'2| led) Junior High School thiiS ing Tuesday evening and / ^ Wometco 163rd St. The,,-.! -I 1 Wednesday morning. On Tuesday evening, fro* | to 8:30 p.m.. Brown, torme: p^l ident of the congre.atior. ^1 I speak on -Day ot Mone-^^J %  Day of At-One Mciit. with vices conducted by \\ t itt ^} Andron. faculty member j^; Miles Kuttler On \v< >S[ morning. Mayor Snyder ivi er the sermon at th. 163rd -TW I Theatre, with Steve Shan! ael Cohen and Jeffre> K :h| baum serving acan) Santord Kuttler. Rai an, Steven Weininger bers of the synagogue ti rs *ill assist. Student coi \;11 be under the Abraham J. Gittelson. director in the Youth R si I I building from p.m. Alef congregation -• members ol the i will be under the le Mrs Joan Cohen. I I I I KING ARTHUR'S COURT STROLLING VIOLINS DINNER if SUPPE-c MIAMI SPRINGS VILLAS 500 Deer Run • TU 8-4 321 ART BRUNS, Cc Owner Continental ifcs Kosher Caterers • WEDDINGS • BAR MITZVAHS • BANQUETS HNUMTTlO ai• %  i „..*' *""* Home < Hall or Synagogue TSSi S „.!12. i* 0 !" Shabbas" Restaurant Quality Par Excelif I 83 93 BIRD ROAD, MIAMI Phone 226-1744 ROYAL HUNGARIAN TO CATERERS 731 Washington Ave. JE 8-540' Exclusive Weddings, Bar Mitzvahs and Social Function *TOJ3 HAROLD PONT and IRVIN GORDON CORDON and PONT ItDS KOSH ER CATERERS „. V2 m JZ? r d oeuwr o a complete buffet un?.r N .-5 5rt, S T M,AMI PH ONE FR 4-265S rrl... I! iupervmon of the United Kaehrue Aa.ociation o J Ii.M""~l^ erV ,,na R bb,: R bbi Abraham J Safra. OPIH HOUU mDMHGS BUI MITZVAHS KUIPTIONS EL IIATI IIIUI SPANISH RESTAURANT Soe'ielty of the House "PAEUA VALENCIANA OPEN 11 A.M. Til 10 P.M. DAILY 2322 N.W. 7th STREET, MIAMI Phone NE 3 9494 -*



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September 11, 1964 'Jewlstfhr/dHan Page 1 IB %  F UNCTION SET IN SPKTOR HALL Reservations Accepted for Harry Simons Library Testimonial at Beth David Here h\ Reservations are stil beirv; accepted for the Harry "Pop" Simons testimonial buffet dinner in Spector Hall at Tieth David Concremation on Saturday evening, Sept. 19, 8 p.m.. when friends Of the library which bears his name will honor him on the occasion ol hi* 85th birthday. From the time he won the batlie for free school books for children back in Shenandoah. to., in 15)21, Simons life has been dedicat ed to making books available to the public. The idea for the Beth David Library began in April, 1948, when Simons, a member of the synagogue for owr 30 years and also a past president, began collectir.j money for the cause end opened a snecial account in which he placed his contributions and which finally made the library possible. Its doors were opened on February 4. 1!)S2. and today the Hairy Simons Library enjoys the distinction of being the first synagogue library in the Greater Miami area to be accredited by the National Jewish Book Council of America. The testimonial buffet dinner is open to the community. Admission is a contribution to the library of SHi or more per person HAffRV SIMONS lc Maestro Igor Stravinsky chats with his representative 1 s United States, Lillian Libman, and a iepresentative of -ael Government Tourist Office, Laurence J. Pett, at KenInternational Airport ofter his return from Israel where reduced his "Abraham and Isaac" cantata, specially in; ssioned for the Israel Festival of 1964. The 82-year-old Enroser, whose works are world-renowned, said he dedike: his new work to the people of Israel. Jordan Pushed to Buy Red Fighters ireeu of Jewish Education Will love to Lincoln Road Building location of the Bureau of Education, to be ocbeginning Oct. 15, will be oln Road Building. Miami according to an announce:i\ Joseph Cohen. Bureau ent. Present quarters are \W 3rd Ave B of directors, at its meetAug. 31. voted to take a ear lease to the rear seethe 948 Lincoln Road Buildiroximataly 34O0 sq. ft., to Its offices. Central Jewish classrooms for Central High School, and board also voted to hold the 23rd annual installation dinner on Sunnay. Nov. 15, 7:30 p.m.. at the! Diplomat Country Club. The aflair will honor educational directors nt Jewish schools who have given three years of service to the community. Hon. Claude Pepper. Congressman from Florida, will be featured speaker Al Sherman, Bureau secretary, is chairman of the Dinner Committee Youth Group Hold Brunch MHICA l Metal C*Ut fn „, mm "Pit mat-nmf At Beth Am Post-Confirmation Club of Temple Beth Am held its first monthly brunch in the Youth Lounge on Sunday morning, Aug. 30. Rabbi Herbert M. Baumgard and Alfred Liebcrt, radio and television personality, were on the program. Attending were Bonnie Baker, I Cheryl Witten, JoAnne Wilder, Jane Michaels, Leo Cowan, Gary i Kronengold, Jim Harris, Ellen Altschuller. Sharon Kurland. Mer rie Blocker, Frema Katzman, Jack Goldstein, Patty Abel. Ilene Rapp, Irene Koffman. Joan Keller, Sherry Gillis. Nancy Plevin, Sharlene Malin. Karen Engel, Ellen Zank, Deborah Law-' rente, Karen Steinberg, Minda | Steinberg, Sandra Goldstein. Myra Wexler and Bonnie Somberg. LONDON — (JTA) — Egypt is pressing Jordan to accept supersonic aircraft from the Soviet I nion, to offset Israel's Frenchmade Mirage fighters, the Sundaj Observer reported lure from Amman capital of Jordan. Egypt. according to the Jordan report, has also urged Jordan to tighten its ground defenses along the west bank of the Jordan River, and to station 10.000 more soldiers along its Israeli border. The newspaper stated that Jordan's Prime Minister Bahjat Talhoumi confirmed to the Observer's Amman correspondent reports that the USSR has offered to supply Jordan with supersonic air craft and other modem weapons Star of David Memorial Service Community memorial prayers will be held at Star of David Memorial Park on Sunday. Sept. 13. Rabbi Murray A. Alstet will be present in the park to bold traditional community memorial services lor mourners at 10 and 11:30 a.m. Temple memorial services at the park, located at 5900 SW 77th Ave.. will also be held on Sunday. Schedule for the congregations will be Temple Judea. with Rabbi Morris Kipper officiating, 10 a.m.; Rabbi Alfred Waxman, conducting services for Temple Zion, 10:30 a.m.; Temple Beth Shirah. with Rabbi Morris Skop preaching. 1 p.m.; Temple B'nai Sholom ; services at 2 p.m.; conducted byRabbi Samuel Machtei. Sir ROY Welensky, former Prime Minister of the Federation of Northern and Southern Rhodesia, said in Salisbury that Egypt was planning to attack Israel within the next two years. Addressing the opening of an agricultural exhibition in Bulawayo, Sir Roy said that he believ,,• Nasser was determined to organize North Africa and all the Arab countries under his dominance for the purpose of attacking Israel. "I am not competent to judge the outcome of this conflict.' he declared, adding that "if an attack is made, there is ^oing to be a bloody conflict." Trud, the organ of the .Union's trade union movement, has opened a new campaign of vilification against tsrael and Israeli diplomat.in the USSR, it was reported in London trom Moscow. Si.viet authorities, who control the countrypress, have used Trud frequently in propaganda against Israel and Zionism. In the latest attacks. Trud charged that Israeli diplomats are touring the USSR, "spreading poisonous Zionist propaganda wherever they went, leaving their dirt behind them." TURN SUNDAY BRUNCH INTO A FEAST! Just lay generous pieces of Switzerland Swiss Cheese on cut buttered bagels. Heat on baking pan in oven till cheese is melting. What a feast! Pot Roast? coiLoo Xouu&dlizUiq, juicy OMCL FRANKFURTERS 1W2 PURE BEEF Kashruth supervision by prominent Orthodox Rabbis: Rabbi Boruch Rabinowitz Rabbi Ben Zion Rosenthal coHrx> koshor* rtttff" W.t. owt. i>wm WILNO KOSHER CM.CAOO. •.•. CORNED BEEF CIS 0I07 BOLOGNA SALAMI • FRANKFURTERS MIAMI BRANCH: 2181 N.W. 10th AVENUE Phone FR 1-6551 Nothing goes with a good meal like Tetley Tea! Because Tetley is bright and bracing as the finest, tastiest tea should be-a favorite in Jewish homes since 1837. BULK, BAGS AND INSTANT I on tht package means Kosher. Certified Kosher and Paive by Rabbi Jacob Cohta Anyone can make the holes but only the Swiss can make the flavor Look for "Switzerland" on the package of slices or chunk you buy. Then you are sure of getting the matchless quality and nutlike ta'am of genuine Swiss Cheese—produced in Switzerland and no whore else! Treat your family to Kasha Varnishkest KASH FREE KASHA COOKBOOK EASY New recipes and menu ideas for modern meals TO end entertaining with Kasha. Address request, SERVEI to: Phyllis Wolff, Penn Yan, New York MAN, THAT'S A DISH I



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Se F Page 12-B +Jwlsli Hcrtdian Friday, September Florida ADL Eyes the Work Still to be Done sought tions. after by By BURNETT ROTH, ChairmaN Florida Regional Board Anti-Defamation League of B'nai B'rith O URS was a busy year—busy in that we have successfully lought some of the bigotry and discrimination directed against minority groups in our area; busy in that we have tried to contain or minimize the effectiveness of some of the professional hate groups on the scene. During this year, our agency involved itself in overseas, national, state, and local matters. Ecumenical Concern Soviet anti-Semitism, the most vicious to come on the scene >ince the rise of Hitler in Nazi Germany, has made American Jewry and our Christian friends act in a concerted fashion to tryto stem the tide of Russian persecution. In this endeavor, for example, the Anti-Defamation League was able to obtain well over 2.500 signatures of important Christian religious leaders on a Letter of Conscience condemning both the treatment of Jews in the Soviet Union and the utter emasculation of Judaism in their lives. Over 100 Christian clergymen from the State of Florida joined in this statement. Of continuing concern to the entire American Jewish community is the Ecumenical Council initiated by the late Pope John XXIII and continued by his successor. Pope Paul VI. Last fall, it appeared that the Church hierarchy meeting in Rome would include in its final statements a section in which the Jews would be absolved of the charge of "Christ-kiUing. However, the matter was tabled at the last session of the Council and our expectations, sadly, are not what they were last year. Civil Rights Struggle Since it is the feeling of the Anti-Defamation League that the charge of deicide has led to many of the anti-Semitic sentiments to be found in this country, we were quite concerned M to the change we felt had oc ci rred. For the past several months, we have been diligently working with our friends in the American Catholic hierarchy to try to impart to them our feeling ol the importance of the deicide charge and to enlist their aid in having a strong statement concerning its inaccuracy made at the Ecumenical Council rec< nvening in Rome this month. Dr. Joseph Lichten, of our nati nal staff, one of the world's t' -emost authorities on Catholic -Jewish relations, has been in Rome for the past month and will remain there, working with his friends toward this end. While the eyes of the world BURNETT ROTH a husy year have been on Rome and the Ecumenical Council, there is another area in the field of intergroup relations which has received even greater attention— from the American and world press—the American struggle for equal rights for all citizens. While increased desegregation in public schools, employment, and places of public accommodations were important last year, and while the march on Washington by over 200.000 Negroes and whites was symbolic of the intensity of feeling on this issue, nothing could really quite equal the gains made and those yet to come from the enactment of the Civil Rights Act of 1964. There is one section of the Civil Rights Bill Which has particular pertinancy for the Jewish community. Title 11, the Public Accommodations Section, states thU there shall be no discrimination in places of public accommodation regardless of race, religion, or national origin. From a parochial point of view, this means that discrimination against Jews in hotels, a cancer we have been fighting for decades, is now against the law. Further, when the Fair Employment Practices section of the bill goes into full effect. Jews around the country will find some relief in areas of employment which have been closed to them heretofore. Earlier this year, the Supreme Court of the United States handed down its decision on Bible-reading and prayer in the public schools. While this decision did not outlaw the use of the Bible in the public schools, it did specifically state that it should not be used as part of a religious service or prayer. An intensive education al program by the Anti-Defama-! ;,ntribu> school teachers this vear m V* ida. '"• Witness the fact that, the Doiu for Democracy ]> rogram J been viewed by as many as £ children in one month in n',7 County. Witness the fact th our two most recent pufc tions. -The High Cost of


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Icy. September 11. 1964 +Jewl$li ftoredfi'^n Page 13B itzva k Gary Monroe Steven Spector bbi Norman N. Shapiro and I,r William W. Lipson will ofj;e at services on Saturday, I, 12, when Steven Joseph I'tor, >on of Mr. and Mrs. ElSpector, will be Bar Mitzvah. seventh grader at Ponce de Junior High, Steven is in|ted in science, electronics | His favorite sport is 111. liul-on of Mr. and Mrs. S. J. f Spector, leading philanthroin the Greater Miami area | pioneer members of Beth g. the celebrant will be tot a KiddusD and luncheon in |or Hail, named in honor ol a mil v. Mark Kram ik Stews Kram will be Bar Bih on Saturday morning, 12, .it Temple Ner Tamid. Rabbi Eugene Labovitz ofJng. I of Mr and Mrs. George I .'K.'.ntv An'., Mark is | r i.f(-lc -indent at Naup-'tlfdr riiglk and attendthe i Religious School, rcptioii in honor of the cele[^111 follow the ceremony. • ft -ib Allan Zamren living Lehrman will ofH'. the gar Mit/.vah of Alfii.ol.Mi. and Mrs. Benjamin in, on Saturday morning. Hl2,' at,'Temple Kmanu-El. "ho eighth grade' at Nautilus r FTi^h'. Allan is interested ^^Hiniinin'.', hascball and footlall. I His hobby is coin-collectBessie Fink, Allan's grandr. will be present for the In. i %  tebrant will be honored Sunday at ChandB< tateant. iGary Monroe Mitzvah of Gary, son of 1 virs i -' h Monroe, \'. ill be cel.:ied -orv Saturday morning, St] 12, .a Temple EmanuEl. A [rving Lehrman will officiate. %  s Emblem • fientifies Your Welcome Wagon Sponsors£3\ Gary is an eighth grade student at Ida M. Fisher Junior High School, where he participates inj all activities. He is interested in sports and has received many ] trophies and ribbons. Gary ex] eels in art, which he is making a major study. His hobby is coin-! collecting. Gary's grandmother, Mrs. Anna Monroe, will be present for the! occasion. The celebrant will be honored at a Kiddush in Sirkin Hall following the service and at a dinner party Saturday evenAg at the Pontainebleau Hotel. t Steven Paul Davis Steven Paul, son of Mr. and Mrs. Leo Davis." 1920 NK 103rd S1 No. Miami Beach, will be Bar Mitzvah on Saturday. Sept. 12. 8:45 a.m., at Temple Adath Yeshuruh. He is an eighth grader at John %  '. Kennedy Junior High School. The last two years he has been on the Dean's List as an honor '' : '' i •.. Steven has a sister, Ileae Brod?ky, a school teacher who formerly taught at Ojus Elementary School and now lives in New Jersey; and two brothers, Robert, a ludent at the University oi Florida School oi Medicine, and Qon. ald, a student at Norland High School, who was previously Bar Mitzvah at Adath V'e'hui'un. Kiddush reception will be held after the services. Rabbi Azufay Elected President Of Educators Rabbi Shimon Azulay, of the Hebrew Academy and the Central Hebrew High School, has been elected president of the Hebrew Educators Alliance for a sixth consecutive term. Other officers are Miss Nettie Goldstein, of Temple Both Sholom, and E. Bobbins, director of Temple Beth Am. vice presidents; Mrs. Shoshana Specter, Hebrew Academy, secretary; Mrs. Zehava Sukenik, Hebrew Academy, treasurer; and David Freedman, pioneer Hebrew teacher in Greater Miami, honorary life president. The Executive Committee includes members from all Hebrew Schools in the Greater Miami area; H. Berman, Beth David; Nathan Stern, Beth Sholom; Shalom BcnI I'orat, director, Knesset Israel; I Cantor Benjamin Bcn-Ari, Temple .Or Olom; Mrs. Gladys Diamond, I Temple Beth Torah; and Mrs. Chaya Porush, of Temple EmanuEl. One of Rabbi Azulay's first acts in the new term was appointment ot a special committee to work on plans for a dinner scheduled for late winter to raise monies leithe Alliance's Emergency Fund. Officers serving on the committee include Chairman Robbins and Mrs. Robbins, Miss Goldstein. Mrs. Sukenik. Stern, and Rabbi Azulay. Temple Sinai Installs Jaye 5n Ceremonies nms of prestige ii the business Ml civic life of your community. FIRMS INTERESTED IN SPONSORSHIP, PLEASE CALL HI 8-4994 Lloyd B. .'aye was i : as a dinner dance :d the toral Hotel. Rabbi Daniel M. Lowy d, with Dade Count; i mmisId A Green, i nmecliate past president, acting as remonies. other officers installed included [rving Denmark and Bert Berson, vice presidents; Murray Swift, treasurer; Ralph D. Hollander. Mrs. Harry Kaufman and Benjamin Hurwit, secretary. Trustees include Edward Auerbach, George Barr, Esther Borrok, Hy Bournstein, Samuel Bloom, Dr. Stanford Cooke, Murray Deutsch, David Field, David Goren, Davie Greene, Harold Greene, Councilman Leonard Kimball, Sam H. Lubeli, Gerard Moss, Robert Popowitz, William Roberts, Fred Rosenthal, Sol Schrechter, Mel Shrago, Hyman Wiener. Honorary trustees are Harry Goldberg, Henry Perlman, Malvina I'ollak and Ralph Whitehouse. In his address to the new officers. Rabbi Lowy called attention of the leaders and members of the congregation to the new "Road to Sinai" which leads from 123rd St. into the Temple grounds. Now fully illuminated and marked by an intricately-designed gateway, the Temple's throughway will be dedicated in a few weeks. Program concluded with a musical program presented by Cantor Chet Gale, accompanied by Deeva Solove. Advertising's Role Stressed The importance of advertising's lole in people's every day life is the theme for Advertising Recognition Week in Greater Miami from Sept. 7 to 14, it was announced by Dick Feltz, president of the Advertising Club of Greater Miami, sponsor of the event. The l%4 campaign slogan is •What Would Your Life be Like Without Advertising?" Chairman for the week is Al Green, of A. F. Green Advertising, Miami. He has selected a committee io aid in promoting the idea of how advertising affects the everyday life Of people. Local merchants, shopping center-, banks, department stores, i n stations, radio station-. newspapers, billboard companies and the Metro Trai ithority i Dade County are all cooperating in the observance. Temple Sinai Religious School Opening Sunday Temple Sinai Religious School 1 will hold its first session on Sunday morning, Sept. 13. All classes are conducted on Sundays within a four-hour period. special courses are offered leading to Bar Mitzvah, Bas Mitzvah and cciniirmation. Members of the faculty for 196465 include' Miss Susan Hirsch, Airs. Josephine Adler, Mrs. Carolyn Meyers. Mrs. Yvette Cole, Harold! Shop'maker, Lowell Fisher. Mi.rr.Vy Sisselman, Carl Lipion and Samuel Bloom. Irving j'acqbson is principal of the ReligtOUfj School, and Rabbi Daniel M.'Lowy is education director. Cpni,innation class is conducted By Samuel Bloom and Rabbi Lowy. Jordanians Sorry For Abducting American Student JERUSALEM — (JTA) — The chairman of the Israel-Jordan Mixed Armistice Commission reported this week that Jordanian officials had apologized for the abduction of an American student, and given assurances they would act to prevent any recurrence of such incidents. Col. St. Onge, of the United States, the chairman, made the report at an emergency meeting of the MAC, called to discuss an Israeli complaint about the abduction of the American, Sanford Sternlicht. The student was walking to Ramat Rahel, which is in Israel on the border, when he came in sight of a Jordanian emplacement. A Jordanian soldier pointed a rifle at him and motioned him. to cross the border. Sternlicht said that the Jordanians "roughed" him up a little at first, but then treated him well when they learned he was an American.' Israel oflicials learned of the abduction only after he v. as released. They complained immediately to the MAC. Temple Tftpreth Jacob United Synagogue Youth of Tt pie Tifereth Jacob is sponsorn informal "Sock Hop" on Sunday from 7 to 9 p.m. Temple Tifereth Jacob Sisterhood will -eive refreshments on Wednesdaj following Yom Kippur services. New Loan Fund For Teachers Rabbi Abraham Korf. director of the Southeast Region of the Central Organization for Jewish Education, has announced the establishment by Rabbi M. M. Schneerson, the Lubavitcher Reb' e, of a special loan fund for teachers and schools of Jewish learning. Named the Keren Levi Yitzchok, in honor of the Rabbi's late lather, the fund will redeem postdated salary checks paid to Hebrew School teachers. Tlanned as an incentive for Jewish schools to expand religious • tody facilities, the new fund will also offer loans for that purpose. Schwartz Agency Handles Account Miami !'•• ich public relations in in. has been named to handle a nationwide publicity and promotion program for the Safety Harbor Spa. A Florida West Coast resort and health center, the Spa will celebrate its 20th anniversary this year. TO ALL HAPPY HOLIDAYS LEWIS B. WHITWORTH, JR. YOUR METRO COMMISSIONER Holiday Greetings to All CRISSY'S WINDOW CLEANING Office Buildings Hotels-Motels PROMPT SERVICE 280 N.E. 165th STREET North Miami Beach Wl 7-0323 TO ALL GREETINGS FLANDERS TRADING POST "ALL KINDS OF GOLF CLUBS" NEW and USED Clubs Bags Balls Carts BUY SELL TRADE 5650 NW 27th AVE. Ph. NE 5-2017 TO ALL GREETINGS VISION DIE COMPANY CUTTING DIES-FIXTURES For The Optical Trade 1478 N.E. 130th STREET No Miami Ph. 757-0922 To All Most Happy Holidays GEORGE I. BAUMGARTNER GENERAL CONTRACTOR 15221 N.E. 21st AVENUE Ph. 945-7072 iX) ALL :. A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. Abe Greenfield Sewing Machines, Commercial and Domestic Bought — Sold — Repaired — Rented EAST COAST MACHINERY CO. 332 West Flogler St. Ph. FR 9-3915 Miami 36, Floridi



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September 11. 1964 XcMkicf) ih^rklimr Page 15-B .EGAL NOTICI NOTICE UNDER ST, TC5BBB?'OI£!& ,hat Atmw BY HENRY LEONARD : is )i I, .— ign— ,s und KlNH INS M VRT* ,.. | Gables. r i.slrlng I" engage fictitious names Si-ol'NT CENTERS, at 91-93 Miracle Florida intends t' 1 !" .J jl.raei with the Clerk of %  ; of Dade County. •THEE OF "' >KAI. GABLES, kjKF & MANNHEIMEB •', for PInetree of I-.-. Inc. "_-' --%  %  MVTICFIBV PUBLICATION Ht CIRCUiT COURT OF THE H ENTHJWICI*L emcuiT pg AND FOR DADE IN CHANCERY, N*. 64C 9249 A n i;i. %  UIMEN 'DA IN COUNTY. IR %  RRI> Plaintl) A [DO '" I). fend in' SUIT FOR I MA NIX i i '1 He I-: b DIVORCE RRIA De Finns I IAVPO CURRIA, arc hereihut a Bill of t'omplalnl i,,. been Bled again*' .,,, .,•.. •.-.|Ilil-<<1 I" si-rv.:i r Aii-'i'T or Pleading to .,,,.. • %  .,II Hi. Plaintiff* siiEViN, OOODMAN A s I Heybold Building, I. .." i file the original ri%  In Hie office of ..•! %  %  ..Mill Court on or ,| s. ptemhi r, 1961 iudgment b) detains) > "'i for 11. the Kill of ComLEGAL NOTICP. NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEX that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious nnimof JOE'S FIUEXI >i.v MARKET at r.snn N.w. 17th Avenue In the City of Miami. Florida, Intend t<> register the saiil name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade Cocnty; Florida. Dated al Miami, Florida, thla 10th day HI August, ii'Ri. MARIO LLOBERA .11 IIKIK CADI Shevln, Goodman & Holtsman 346 Heybold Kldg. Miami, Florida By: Sylvan Holtaman Attorney for Applicant X 38, 9 1-11-18 %  .1. III .,11.1. ll lv Sam, don't you think it's time we return al the yarnulkes to the Shul?" NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE is HEREBY liiVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious nami of PLAYGIHL FASHIONS OF MIAMI at 2".'. Plan Building, 346 b'.E. isi Street, Miami. Florida 38131 intenda tn register sal I name with ihe Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Plorlda. GLADYS K. JACOBS, Owner Belgel, Albert, Weiss ,vi Lyons Attorneys for Gladys K. Jacobs ATTENTION ATTORNEYS! *Jewistfhridliiar solicits your legal notice* Ws appreciats your patronage and guarantee accurate service at legal rates Dial Fit .l-ICTO for messenger serrtce LEGAL NOTICe .i NOTICE UNDER FICT.TIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY tllVKN th the undersigned, desiring to engagi h--|ni ondi ''"• riftrHons name CLIFF) 'l!l> I'.IS'nCI'l A"-' •-•'"' I at Hlaleuh Race Track, Hhileah, Flori-i„ ;... i T npi I. -i %  •' 1 -11-13 Dade County, f lorida Inti nd to i .....r HHIII naroi with the Clerk ol th. lie published n • %  ,i f,,r consi i utlve weeka i .i :\\ isi: I'I.I >itn 'i.\.\. |N \\l> llBUEBEU al Miami. Ill} "I August, A.I' LEA I'HERMAX, Clerk, (, Lourt. U uli i '.'Univ. Florida B> : Marauerlte Morford 11. mi i"ink IN, GOODMAN ft HOLTZMAN ybold Building S3. l-"|. r ;.. for Plaintiff S 31-28. 9'4-n LEGAL NOTICE LEGAL NOTICE |TWE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR OADE COUNTY, FLORIDA IN PROBATE No. 63715 B : Estate ol lll'I.EN C. MOORE. f)..T.'"lNOTICE TO CREDITORS ) creditorand Ail Psrsons rtavilali or Demanda Against Bald are her. by notified and re[..• tn present any claims and dewhii'h vou may have against Estate ..r HELEN C. MiiriKK dee ,i late of Hade County, Florida. Countv ludgea of Hade CounIml file the same in duplicate and Ided in Section 7I.IB, FWIda (U.S. iii their offices in the Counii Hi..use ii". Hade County. Flor(withm si\ calendar months from in n of Hifirst publication heietnp sumwill be barred. • Miami. Florida, tins i.th August. A D. 1964. MARX PABER ,\s Administrator Jr.-t publication of this notu n i day ..f August, 1964. ll:\ PABER ii n< | for Administrator R 21-18. 9 l-H -THE CIRCU'T COURT OF THE %  EVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF %  LORIDA IN AND FOR DADE I COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. No. 6C 6899 (Mi: WILLIAMNBl'BOH SA\ %  IMIS I'.AXI; %  Plaintiff, ^L\ivlj" rl) I Block : I'L'TLEB BIDGR !T|OX THREE acconllng to fill. I'lal thereol. i. corded i" '"•" UlfH.k i.7 at !'••-:• '3 ..f the Public ptpuords of 11 ide County, Florida, Y..II are required to file your nu i ... im.. comidalnt with the rk of the i u • said Court, and re A i op) th ol upon plaintiffs ttorncy MARTIN PINE, I lib Floor, pad.Pederal Building, Miami 33, hurida not latei than Se|t. 22 1961, Decree Pro fonfeaso "i" be entied aLCamst \<>u I': i.-d. AUK i-t 19, 1984. B. K. L-EAT HERMAN Ol.ak ".f the Circuit Court |eal) By; HELEN KBHSLER Denut) Clerk lAUTIN PINE ttorn-y for Plaintiff lib Floor Iinde federal Bile. liami :12, Florida II 21-28, 9/4-11 NOTICE QY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCU T COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. 64C 9251 WILLIAM Me M: Till I! ROBBBTS, Plaintiff -Vf" .ll'.NM.'i ri: CAROL ROBBBTS, I lefendant. SUIT FOR DIVORCE You MBS. JEXNBTTB CAROL ROBERTS are hereby notified that a Kill ..f Complaint for Divorce ha* been iii.d agalnat you, and you are required to serve a cony <>f your Answer or I'leuding to the Uill Of Complaint on the plaintiff's Attorney SIIKVIN. GOODMAN ft HOLTZMAN. J16 Beybold Building, Miami 32, Florida. ;.nd file the original Answer or Pleading In the office of the Clerk iif the Circuit Court on or before the 23rd day of SVpteniber. 1964. If vou fail to do so, Judgment by default will 1..taken against you for the relief demanded in tlic Kill Of Complaint. DONE AND uRDEBED at Miami, Florida, this ll'lh day of August, A.D. Il'i-.l. B. K LBATHBRMAN, Clerk, Circuit Court. Dade County. Florida (seal) Bj : Marguerite Morford l leputy clerk 8HBVIN, GOODMAN Ji HOLTZMAN :',4 Seybold Kuildinu Miami S3, Florida Attorneys for Plaintiff ""21-2S. 9/4-11 NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY IN CHANCERY No. 64C 9226 LINDA It. EPPERSON, Plaintiff, vs. EABL M. EPPERSON, Defendant. SUIT FOR DIVORCE TO: EARL M. EPPERSON 411 Alnbam i \\ enue Etowah, Tennessee You, Earl M. Epperson, are hereby notified thai a Kill Of Complaint for Divorce has i n Hied against you. ami vou are required to s.ive a copy of your Answer or Pleading to tne. Kill' of Complaint on the Plalntlfl a nttorney, Herbert B. Wllensky, Suite 317 Biscayne Building, 19 East Piaster Street, Miami Florida 33139 and me the original Answer or Pleading in ilie office of the clerk of the Circuit Court on or before the 22nd dav ,i September, 1954. It' you fall to do so lodgment bj default win he I aVs-n agnltiHt you for the relief demanded in the Kill of '' implaint. This notice shall be published once each week for RUM HI • %  weeks in THE JEWISH PL< IBIDIAX. ItONE AND i IKI 'l.i.i.. i % %  Miami. Florida, this i^tii daj of August, A.D. 19*4, B. K LEATHERMAN. Clerk, Cln iii Co,irt. Dade County, Fl it I la ,., .,1, K: HRI.FN KESSLER Denut) cu-rk HERBERT B. WII.ENSKY Suite :'.I7 Biscayne Building Miami, Florida 33130 ,„„,... 1/31-38, 9/4-11 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigntd, desiring t< engage ". business under Hie fictitious name of JOHNNYS HIDEOUT at 11613 N.W. 22nd Avenue, Miami, Florida, Intends to register said name with the Ck-rk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. LOLA NAE BLACKWELL Sole Own. I STEPHEN P. KESSLER Attorney for Applicant 1998 S.W. 1st Stre/.-t, Miami, Florida 9-11. 1". 25, 1" S NOTICE UNDER F.CTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY HIVEN thai ill. undersigned, desiring i" engage In business under Ihe fictitious name of SEASi >XS l-i ll i: at i.T'H NE Itb I-1..i Ida, Intends to with the Clel k of ih.. c "Hi nil i' J^I: i of I inde Count). Florid i. I-I;KI I: \TT VN OF ILORD HllWARIi H H1BSCH Vttorne) foi .'. IMI Uattuti '•( Florida, Inc. • :• 1-11-18 INC NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage III business under the fictitious name of EL SOL<) at 2423 BW 37th Avenue, Mi..mi. Florida, intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of I Hide County. Florida. NORMAN KALCHTHAI.ER Sole Owner STEPHEN F. KESULER Attorney for Applicant 199S S.W. 1st Street. .Miami, Florida 9-11, 1*. 35, 10/3 IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUOIC AL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR OADE COUNTY. FLORIDA IN CHANCERY No. 640 9464 \i \I:I:I. ci.Aii: LOWE, Plaintiff, \ s. I l.l.i >YD VAN v l.i WE, Defendant NOTICE BY PUBLICATION YOU, LLOYD VANA LOWE, S3S North Highland Road. Qultman, Georgia, are r. quired to file your ani ewer to the complaint tor Divorce with the Clerk of the above styled Court and serve a Copy thereof upon Herman Cohen, Esq.. 1810-11 Congress 1 Kullding, Miami, Florida, on or before September 2Mb. 19S4, or else complaint wil be taken as confessed. DATED, this 23th day of August, 19H4. E P.. LEATHERMAN cl.rk ol the Circuit Court (seal) By: E. H. EANWAY Deputy clerk s 28, 1-11-18 CIRCUIT COURT. 11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, DADE COUNTY. FLA. NO. 64C 9485 THEOlMIKE W. API.El!, Plaintiff, vs. ROS1NA ADI.EK. I lefendant. NOTICE BY PUBLICATION TOU ROSINA AUI.ER, Residence Unknown, are notified to serve a of your answer to Divorce < pmPlaintift %  cop> plaint fileil against you on I la'!'"" attorney, GEt)RCE NICHOLAS, 1J N W pjth .\Mv. Miami, Ma., and file orlelnal with clerk of this Conn ,,n or before Bept. 30, 1M4, otherwise complaint iii be confessed by you. H\TEI Oct. 9, l'"'l K K. LEATHERMAN, Cl.rk By: E. II. LAXWAY, D.< 9,4, 11. 1^. 83 IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ILEVENTH JUOICIAL CIRCUIT, IN AND FOR OADE COUNTY, FLORIDA IN CHANCERY No. 64C 9143 >IA'AOOR C,l'El>i:s MIRANDA Plaintiff, vs. | LI A SESIN C.I-EHES, Defendant. NOTICF BY PUBLICATION for. JIM.,A SESIN UUEDB8, San fuel 17, Banta Clara, Cuba, are refed to flu. voui unvwer to the Coniii for Divorce with the Clerk of above at> led .urt. and s.i \ e a llo :. ,.f o..i: I l.i man 'ollen, 1310-11 i onti.-ss Building, MiPlorida, i a o before S. ptembi r 1864, or else complain) "ill be MI. d AugUSl 17. !•:. |: IERSI \X Clerk of th* %  i uli i 'ourt I M llll M I : 21 IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. IN PROBATE No. 61046-A In RE: Estate of CLAIRE (lOlLET Peceased. NOTICE TO To All Creditor* Having Claims or Said Estate: You are hereby CREDITORS and All Persons Demands Against notified and required to present'any claims and demands which you may have against the estate of CLAIRE C.OCLET deceased late of Dade county. Florida, to the County Judges of I>nde County, and file the same In their offices iii the County Courthouse In Dade County, Florida, within eight calendar months from the date of the first .ion ii IN • oi the same • 111 I., bai' .1 MAURICE LEFCOK 'dm nl irutor C.T.A, ESSEN .v ESSEN Attorm ) |I|S \in-l I -.1 8 81-28 '.' 1-11 NOTICF BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. No. 64C 9250 TINA SUE 1'11.1.8 Plaintiff ROBERT EUOENE DILLS 1 i.fendant. SUIT FOR DIVORCE TO: ROBERT EUGENE DILLS 141? Hannah Avenue Knozvllle, Titin. You ROBERT EUGENE HILLS, are hereby notified thai a Bill ol Complaint for Divorce has 1 n filed agalnsl you, and j ou are required t" serve a com of your Answer or Pleading to Ihe Kin of Complain) on the plHlntlffa attorn-v. SHBVTN, ':"'"', MAN .<• HOLTZMAN, 346 Beybold Building, Miami 32. Florida, and file the original Answer or Pleading in the office of the Clerk of the Clrcull Court on or before the 83rd da] ol September, 1964. If you fall to do so, Judgment by default will be taken against you for the reli.f demanded In the Kill of Complaint. This nolic. -hull be published once each week for lour consecutive Weeks in THE JEWISH PLOItllMAN. DONE AM' ORDERED at Miami. Plorlda, this 18th day of August, A.D. E. B. LEATHERMAN. Clerk, Circuit Court. Dade County, Florida (Circuit Court Seal) By: MARGUERITE MORFORD Deputy Clerk S1IEVIN, GOODMAN & HOLTZMAN 34ii Seybold KuildlnK Miami 32, Florida Attorneys for Plulntiff 8/2I-2S. 9.1-11 NOTICE BR PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY, NO. 64C 9403 ANN MART Pol.LACK SCHROEDER Plaintiff. -vsHARRY L. SCHROEDER, D< fendant. SUIT FOR DIVORCE TO: HARRY I. SCHROEDER 605 Prick Street Ellmont, I.OIIB Island. Now York You. HARRY L. SCHROEDER are hereby notified thai a Bill of Complaint for I'i orce has been Bled agnlnsl you, and you are required to I serve a cop} ..] jour Answei default will be taken agalnsl you i." the relief .1. nan led in the Kil of Complaint. This notice shal be published once ,...ch we.i, for four consecutive weeks in THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN. DONE AND ORDERED at Miami. Plorlda, this 24th da) of August, A.D. 1984. i: B. LEATHERMAN, Clerk, Circuit Court, I'a.ie Count) Ioilda (seal) B> ••. P. COPELAND [vput) Clerk RICHARD MORTON ;s3 N.E. 2nd Ave. Miami, Plorlda PL T -:: 111 An,., ne) fol 1 I I MI iif 2S.J) I 11-18 NOTICE UNDER FICT.TIOUS NAME LAW NOTICK IS HEREBY GIVEN thai thi undersigned, desiring to engaae In huslnesi, under Mie fictitious names of THE BOLCO 111. (NOT INC.); MEDICAL iXhXJ-lDENT: i. r G GAG i-: IDENT ul 2' l'j W.-st 9th Avenue. Hlaleah, Florida Intends to reglst< I said namewith ihe Clerk of Ihe Circuit Court of Twite Count) Florida. HARRY BB*KER, Sole owner HENRY NORTON Attorne) for Applicant I4IH; Biscayne Kldg. Miami, Ela. S 18, :• I-11-1S saoi nain. Circuit C %  • •' %  '' "•"•v. Florida. HARRY IIASSAl.l. .t. iKi-,i 'i 11 N K I' II ASS.\ LL Pallol. Marks, l.unde. II Poppell \Hoi W eh titorneys for Hurr) 11 issatl and Ine C. Hassall d h a i ...lord It'' c cm Alfr.-.tJ. duPoni Bldg, 8/29.9 I. I IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN ANO FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA IN PROBATE No. 64061-C IN HE: Estati NATHAN KI.AI' a I. II N IT KI.AC I 1 NOT.CE OF PROBATE THE STATE OF FLORIDA: in \ l.i. PERSONS INTERESI'ED IN THE ESTATE OF s'l" DECKDEN You are hereh) notified thai a written iii.-ii-.iiii. oi l...i |HII i III... be the lasl will and lestamenl of said decedent lias been admitted t.. probate In said Court. You are hereb) commanded within six calendar months from the date of the first publication of Una notice to appear in said Cowl and show cause, if any you can, why the action of said Court in aulliUUItS, sa. i will to probate should not stand unrevoked. GICORGE T. CLARK County Judge (seal) By: MEl.U.v c. DICK. Merk IRVING CTPEN LAW OKI -'ICES Attorneys 825 Arthur Oodfrw Road Miami Beach, 1-loiida l-'ir.-t publication ..f this noti. n the 2Mb da) of August, IMI, t 38, 9/1-11-1* NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that thai the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious names of OLIVER DISCOINT CENTERS and OLIVER MARTS at 91-98 Miracle Mile, '"oral Gables, intends to register said namewith the Clerk of the Clrcull Court of Dad,Count). Plorl a P1NETREE i IF CORAL INC. Ki IVXER .v V VNNHE1.MER attorneys I of ) 'oral Gables, Inc. IN THE CRCU1T COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY NO. 64C 9464 MABEL CLAIR LOWE, Plaintiff, vs. LLOYD VANA LOWE, Defendant. NOTICE BY PUBLICATION YO| LLOYD VANA LOWE, B8S North Highland Road, Quitman, Georgia, are reflujred to file your answer to the complain! for Divorce with th.Clerk of the above styled curt and serve a cop) thereol upon i 1310-11 I'miRress Bull Uiaml, Florida, on or bef ntbel 2Sth, 1964, • elsi takei onf NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVi:.\ that the undersigned, desirtng to engage in business under the ilcintoui name ol SEASONS FOUR at 7"1 N.E. 4tli Avenue. Miami. Florida ui.eti.i to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit curl of Dade County, l-'loiida. CEBU RATTAN OP 1-l.oltlDA, IXC. IP i\\ vI;I' R .HIRSC11 Attorno) for I 'bu Raitan of Elorldu, Inc. __ 8/28, '.' I ll %  IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE eLtVENTH JUDIC.AL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCtRY No. 64C 8738 THE WII.I.IAMSH Hull S.W IXtlS BAXK, Plaintiff, vs. KIN LEY JONES Trustee In tiunkruptcy, el al, l lefenuantNOT.CE OF SUIT TO: John D'Agostlno and Helen D'Agostino, his wife, ll.-slii. in %  I'nk.iown, and if remarried, theii unknown spouses. If living, and if dead, the unknown heirs, devisees. legatees, assignees, grantees, Honors, creditors, trustees or other claimants, claimIng h>. through, unuer or against an) of the above mimed defendants Who are deceased. You are herehnotified thai the above captloned action has been Instituted against ) • %  i In the I 'Ii i' the Judicial Clrcull of Florida in and for Dade Count) to for. closi a mortgage upon the following d. SCI il.ed leal pi Opel l\ I...I 7 Block •• VVBSTHAVEN HEIGHTS, a. i ordlng to the Plat thereof, recorded In Plat Book l!' Page :i Pi bile Records of Dade Count)', Florida, together with Weihilt K In i iven & rtnng-e 51S0 13)1; Range 1 1 1 W Exh. Fan; Nome Washer W4-415: Screen Porch, Tub Enclosure, M..i Water Heater, Venetian Blinds; en.-. Garbage Bin W Cans; Com-. Clothes Poles and Upholstered K Past Nook. You are required to file your answei to oiaintiif s complaint with the Clerk of the aforesaid Court, and serve a cop> thereof upon plaintiffs attorney, MARTIN FINE, 14th Floor, Dade Federal Bfilldlng, Mlaajtl S3, Florida, not later than Oct. IM4, or a Decree Pro Confesso will ie en tered against you. DATED; Aug. 36, 1964, E. B. LEATHERMAN, Clerk of the Circuit Court B) : E. H. I.ANWAV, Deput> Clerk MARTIN FINE Attoraev for Plaintiff lith Floor Dade F.-.leral l'.hlg. Miami :'.-, Florida a I. 11. 1^. '-'"• ila: Au I, DAI ITIIER.M VN Clrcull i 'oui t i VN \^ •i I-1I-1S NOTiCE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, .' %  %  ngage in business tin lei h< fl -tltloi name ..f LATIN VMI RIC \ '" iNSUl T VNTS o||| t a i :: I" Pan \ i Intend: Clerk 'll u.\ r IN s % % % % % % %  I Building of V



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Miami, Fla
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September 11, 1964

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newspaper   ( marcgt )
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United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami

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Began in 1927?
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-v. 63, no. 20 (May 18, 1990).
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Editor: Fred K. Shochet, <1959>.
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Full Text
"Jewish Flaridian
Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEiKlY
7 Number 37
Miami, Florida. Friday, September 11, 1964
Two Sections Frice 23w
Anti Israel Moves on Tap
At Arabs' Summit Confab
Sight *.c ^eft are Rainieri Mazilli, President of t^e House of "o-
feser.:: .ves ol Brazil, talking with Morris B. Abram, president
pf the- American Jewish Ommiitee, nn'l leaaer oi iu> aeitg-x-
lion tc South America, in his offices in Brasilia.
AJC Mission Studies
Latin Jewish Groups
By Special Report
YORK "Argentina's
.s feel more insecure to-
:hey did six years ago."
Jewish Committee lead
:;ed at a press confer-
ts Institute of Human
headquarters in New
erican Jewish Commit-
gation just returned
three-week. 15.000-mile,
nd study mis>ion to four
erican countries, said the
among Jews in Argen-
tred much more uncer-
:han during the last visit
:he Committee leadership
NEW
1150.000 .'.
day than
\meriei."
krs re ;
pnee &
Relation-
kfork Ci1
An A-
lee (".-:
from ;.
goodwill
outh Am
kituatior.
lina apt'
lain now
khere of
(n 1958.
"Whi c we do not doubt the
goodwi of the Argentine lead-
prrhip in government, of the
Catholic Church and of the
press, their techniques in on.
nosing anti-Semitism are inef-
fective," Committee President
Morris B. Abram, who headed
the delegation, asserted.
Mr. Abram went on to point out
that:
Although the Argentine Pen-
rl Code outlawed the neo-Fascist.
anti-Semitic Tacuara and Guardia
Restauradora Nacionalistat in
May, 1963, there has been pro-
liferation of such groups and in-
creased violent activities, with 1n-
eftectual enforcement of the law.
More thnn 150 incidents of violence
against Jews involving death and
bombings have been reported in
Continued on Page 10-A
LONDON (JTAi The chiefs
iii state of the iu Arab League
nations opened their summit
conference in Alexandria on Sat
irday night with the primary
put pose of arriving at some form
ol agreement on joint counter-
isures to Israel's Jordan Riv-
r irrigation project, and on the
establishment of a united Arab
military command. Action on both
l hese measures was announced at
! the conclusion of the last Arab
iinimit conference in January,
but no progress has been made
.m either project to date.
At the opening session, the Arab
leaders approved an agenda which
, includes a discussion ol threaten-
(I Arab projects to divert the Jor
Ian waters from Israeli use. The
conference agenda also includes
follow-up action on decisions of
the first Arab leaders' meeting
on the establishment of a united
military command, and the pres-
entation of the Arab ease to the
i, si oi the world.
Lack ol pi ss on the Arab
Jordan River diversion projects
was attributed by observers here
to the unwillingness of Lebanon
accommodate any other Arab
militarj forces in her territory,
where most of the Jordan River
tributaries have their source.
At a subsequent meeting on
Monday, a dispute developed over
military protection for a League
project designed to arrest Israel's
.Ionian River plan.
The dispute seemed on the way
toward nullifying the second Arab
summit conference since January,
when the Arabs chiefs had voted
to syphon oft part of the Jordan
River in Lebanon. Jordan and
Syria before it flows into Israel.
The conference also moved to
spend $42 million to strengthen
the armies of these three nations
as a further threat toward Israel's
plans.
SHUKAIRY SHOWS UP AGAIN
Arabs Rebuff Democrat
Party Platform on Israel
ADL Reveals Disappointment
In Ecumenical Conversion Step
By Special Report
NEW YORK In the wake ol
what f.; termed "a weakened
t Vaticai Council draft declaration
Ion Jew- Dore Schary, national
chairman of the Anti-Defamation
League f B'nai B'rith. this week
made pi lie findings of a survey
Ishowing the strong impact ol the
deicide charge" on Catholic at-
titudes towards Jews.
He laid that although another
year v.: DC required to complete
the study, the interim figures and
conclusi is have been circulated
among American Catholic prelates
and a number of leading European
churchmen.
At the same time, Schary call-
ed the draft declaration's em-
phasis on the Church's tradition-
al desire to convert the Jews
"extremely unfortunate." He
declared that "we have not the
slightest doubt of the good faith
of American Catholics in wish-
ing the church to be freed of
anti-Jewish sentiments as
quasi-official doctrine. Although
this is also the heartfelt wish of
Jews, the issue is in Christian
handsBut it should be clearly
understood that Jews will not
pay the price of conversion."
The survey is part of a
League sponsored study on reli-
gion in American life and its im-
pact on anti-Semitism. It is be-
ing conducted at the Survey Re-
search Center at the University
of California at Berkeley. The
research, initiated in 1961, is un-
der the direction of Dr. Charles
Y. Clock, director of the center.
Schary said the survey found
that a significant number of
Continued on Page 9-A
*
LONDON (JTA' An aggres-
sive Arab rebuff of the American
Democratic Party's platform
pledge to support Israeli integrity
as voiced last week in Cairo, at
the opening of a 13-nation Arab
Foreign Ministers meeting, ac-
cording to dispatches received
here from the Egyptian capital.
The Arab Foreign Ministers also
issued a joint, open call for con
eerted Arab action to liberate
Arab lands "from imperialism
and Zionism."
Foreign Ministers from all
Arab League states attended the
sessions, which set the stage for
the second Arab summit meeting,
starting over the weekend in Alex-
andria. Egyptian Foreign Minister
Mahmoud Riad. in a keynote ad-
dress, said the "positive results of
Ihe first summit (held in Jan-
uary), and the steps already tak
en since, encourage us to continue
our determined and intensified ef
forts to crush Zionist imperialism
which is presently seeking to
usurp Arab (Jordan River' water,
after having usurped Arab Pales
tine. The liberation of Arab lands
from imperialism, which is still
present in some parts of the Arab
world, and of foreign domination:
nd exnleitation. requires our co-
operation."
Arab League secretary Gen-
eral Abc'el Khalek Hassouna
said in a speech that the aim is
to "liberate our homeland from
imperialism and Zionism, which
are transgressing the unity and
prepress of our nation."
Ahmed Shukairy, former Saudi |
Arabian Ambassador to the Unit-
ed Nations, head of a so-called
"Palestine Arab Delegation." and j
now chairman of the Arab League-1
sponsored "Pale-tine Liberation
Movement." arrived in Cairo
with a 15-point program for "the
iinal liquidation of Israel." He
said his movement's executive
committee adopted the plan at a
meeting in Jordanian-held Jeru-
salem last week.
"This time." he declared, "the'
liberation movement is to work
in all seriousness.' He boasted
that not only have "Palestine
troops' been lined up. but "the
financial requirements" have also
been arranged.
ON (VERY SCORE
Christians Free
In Israel, Says
Prelate Hakim
CHICAGO (JTA) Israels
Mghest ranking Christian prelate.
ieorges Hakim, Archbishop oi all
.ialilee and head of the Melchite
Church in Israel, declared this
week that "we Christians enjoy
complete freedom in Israel for our
.burettes, schools and for all our
restitutions."
The Archbishop made that state-
ment in an interview with J. I
"ishbein. editcr of The Sentinel.
Chicago's Jewish weekly, during
a reception given the prelate by
the Chicago Board ot Rabbis. The
went, at the temple of Emanuel
Congregation here, was attended
not only by rabbis and other lead
?rs of the Chicago Jewish com
munity, but also by ranking repre
sentatives of the Catholic Arch
lioce.se here and the Protestant
Church Federation of Greater
Chicago.
Archbishop Hakim, who has
his headquarters in the all-Arab
city of Nazareth, noted that
there are now about 55,000 Chris-
Continued on Page 3-A
Vatican Denies Aim to Convert Jews
ROME (JTA' A h'5n Va,i"
can source asserted this week
that the revised draft of the
Ecumenical Council statement on
Catholic-Jewish relations had been
erroneously interpreted as con-|
taining an appeal to Jews to eon
vert to Catholicism.
The comment, stressing that the,
new draft was to be considered a
proposal for discussion, and thus
object to change, was made in
reply to the publication in New
York last week of part of the re-
vised draft which evoked sharp
and widespread criticism from
Jewish leaders in many countries
Observers here said the reply had
been made with remarkable speed,
and with obvious surprise at the
>..,>., negative reaction from
Jewish sources.
The source asserted that the
new text deviated only in form,
and little in substance, from the
oriqinal text proposed at the
second session of the Council.
The source insisted that the
Continued on Page 13-A
GRAVE TRIALS AHEAD
Shazar, Eshkol
In New Year
Greeting to All
JERUSALEM (JTA) In a
New Year message calling for the
strengthening of Israel and Jew-
ish life the world over. Israel's
"resident Zalman Shazar noted
the "grave and bitter trials man-
'and continued to endure through
ut the past year" He voiced
hope that the coming year "will
lulu us iloser to the lime when
Ihe sword will not judge between
peoples and the mighty; and mar-
velous conquests of science will
be diverted to joining the war
nst hunger, disease, ignorance
and desolation."
President Shazar deplored the
fact that, "while Israel's hand is
ext'^'od for peace, the face of
the Arabs is still turned toward
war, and they are being misled
by the intoxicating, blinding slogan
the desire to annihilate us." He
voiced the hope that the new year
will bring "the blessing of free
aliyah from every corner of the
world" and called upon Jews
Continued on Page 14 A


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On VYednesdav servic--
Jacob C. Cohen Community
Synagogue, 1332 Washington Ave.
will hold Shabbat Tescbuvah -ex
vice- on Saturday at 6 30 a.m..
Sabbath of Repentance enrieei
tote weekend in Beth Israel Con-
aregetion, 711 Mth SI at 8 30 a.m.
Yom Kippur. the Lav of Atone
Meat, will open with Kol Nidre ?V". '* So v,rtu
jn Tuesday evening at 6 p.m.
with Cantor Rabbi J Pollack ren
daring the musical portion? of the
tiaargy
Gates.
begin at 8 am with Yizkor mem.
onal scheduled at 11 am Rabbi
Wein will di-cu-- Three Que^
won- The day'- service will con
dude w,th th.- Neilah pr :th Rabbi Abraham Weinschneid-
er, th..- cantor and choir officiat
Kol Nidre or. Tuesday, Sept
4 p m
At Congregation .Beth Tfilah,
15. will be at 6 15 pm Yom Kip
pur. the Lay of Atonement con
Euclid Ave Rabbi Joseph ,,, n A., ,.^.--i
Hue's I oa> Wednesdav Sept
THE GREATEST GIFT FOR
YOU IS A SAFE
ISRAEL BOND
Happy rle.v Year from Isrotl
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Private end Semi-Private Rooms JewishStyle Cooking
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n ieea are at 10 a.m
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readers the anaaaal portson* ef
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Terah Tempte : -.-. SI and .\lton'
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.'r memunal pra>er will be at 11
a.m.
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+Jewisi> nor Mian
Page 3-A
rael Bond Leaders Mobilize on New Year
Hundreds
,.l(l, ]>. representing
u commamty life.
fOK RELATED STORIES
Of Greater Miami
I
every area
flocked to the'
nner of the Israel Bond program
. the New Year ushered in a
ghl) intensified campaign for.
Ihi" development of Israel's econ-
my through Israel Bonds.
Under the general chairman-
l| of Leonard Rosen, the Israel
. m PAGE 7 M
Bond organization set higher
goals for record-breaking achieve-
ments in 1964. Heading the Wom-
en's Division is Mrs. Anna Bren-
ner Meyers.
At the forefront of the organi-
zation is Samuel Friedland, hon-
orary chairman, who for two
year* led Israel Bond* to new
heights in achievement for the
Nazareth Archbishop Says
Christians Free in Israel |
Continued from Page 1-A
tians in Israel, nearly all or ;
them Arabs. Ho said that "whit* '
they (the Israeli Arabs) de not j
feel 100 per cent et homo, their
I position is constantly improv-
ing."
Improvements, he said, havej
taken place particularly since 1960,
k\hen Arabs were permitted to
join Israeli trade unions affiliat-
ed w ith Histadrut, the Israel Fed-
It ration of Labor. The Archbishop
iimself is a member.
Asked whether or not the Chris-
tian Arabs in Israel were engag-
ini; in missionary activities among
Llrus In the country, he replied:
r our institutions are not mission-
l.ut rather Christian institu-
tions Our purpose is to prove in
Israel that all religionsJewish,
Christian and Moslem alikecan
five side by side in peace. We
save no missionary ambitions
, hat soever."
The Aral) minority in Israel,
be Archbishop, is "complete
[.-, loyal to the Jewish Stale, and
i-ttt rcinam solidly behind her in
.,.'. ir. uble with Nas
ti r
sortod "ihat the adherents
D !,:i!li in Israel have very
help from the Ministry of
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Religious Affairs and from its
department for Christian affairs."
'In fact," he added, "they bend
over backward to be fair to us."
Speaking to the Christians at-
tending the reception, he said
that relationships between his
church and the Vatican have
"improved very much since
Pope Pawl VI visited the Holy
Land" last January. This im-
provement, he declared, "prov-
ed that the Ecumenical spirit is
a genuine reflection of the Cath-
olic desire to be on good terms
with all religions."
The Archbishop is in this coun
try visiting parishes of the Mel-
chite rite. The reception had
been arranged on behalf of the
Board of Rabbis by Rabbi Ben-
Zion C. Kaganoff. president, and
Rabbi Mordecai Simon, executive
director. The State of Israel was
represented officially at the event
by Jacob Barmore, Israel's Con-
sul-General here.
State of Israel. Jack A. Cantor,
nationally-renowned Miami bus-
iness executive, is statewide
chairman for banks, insurance
companies, trusts and fiduciar-
ies. Under Cantor's leadership,
broad new areas of bond sales to
financial institutions have been
developed.
Serving as chairman of the
Board of Governors is Maurice
Rcvitz, civic, religious and busi-
ness leader. Jack S. Popick
serves as chairman of the Exec-
utive Committee. Sidney D. An-
son, president of Sunbeam Tele-
vision Corporation, Ch. 7. serves
as statewide chairman.
Serving with them are the Trus-
tees of Israel as follows:
Leonard au--s, Blsle A. AdAmSt
James M. Albert, Philip Berkowits,
Sam Blank, Ken Ilium, William Bern-
stein, Charles Charcowsksr. .lick Uar
ner, Harsh Csech, Paul make, A. <'.
Urn', A-bram Fox, Ben PVankenateln,
Bam Kucha. Mac dache, David inan, Isadora Hecht, Morris Hlrsch.
Howard Kane. Ben Kane, Hamoel
Ktpnis, .lay I Kinl.ik, JoBepb I-aurans.
l>avlil J. l.ltht. Joseph M. Upton,
Tesale l.in. Bam I., l.uby, Benjamin
Meyer*. A. .1. Molaaky, Kind Mi>rtun,
Nathan Naab, Hen Novack, Max
Orovlts. rhil rtevfts, Jacob Rlfkln,
riiillp rfnnenrirnr. Baan ll. Roet, Ray-
mond Rubin, l>>uis B. Kmlnirk. Man
B. Ruakln, Samuel T, Haplro, Sey-
mour Silvern-an, ttarr) faHi'kln, Carl
w. inkle. Max welts.
other members of the Board <>f
Governor* Include Rabbi Mayer
Abramowits, William Ajaranove, Joh-
eph A|>pleliaiim. JOHepn I. Arkin.
.losenh Ash, Abram Baker, Herman
Basch, Meyer A. Itaakln, Herbert
lluuinaanl, n l. Binder, Jerrj Blank.
l.,ls I".. Ilower, Hhepard Broad,
Harry ll Brodle, Jonas i Brotman,
ll\i...... Phabner, Joseph Cohen, Nor-
man Cohen, Moni* t'ooper, Irving.
' yjten, Sam K llanlela, Nathan l>nr-
Bky, Max Deakter, I...hi- l>e('ov-ny,
Morris, Louis Moscowlts, Btanley <
Ms era.
!:. Albert I'allot. Lou Poller, Bai
Bollock, Kavlil Ponve, Joseph R
Rackowsky, Joseph Kambam, PhlU
Bundman, Ram Relnhard, Hylariu
Itlfaa, Benjamin Rimer, Leo Robin-
Morii* Dobschults, Isaac Donen. Sam aon, Joseph Rose, Max Ftoxen, .lulln-
iioiiinan. leadore Drell. Roanateln, Harrj I. Rubin, Joo
Leon Ell, Hen Ks.-.n. Morris Palk, I Kubin, Sevmour Rubin, Joaeph Hack*
Merman ivhlman, Belts I". Ketier, I Solomon Sandier, Marcus '> Sarokli
Max Kialkoff. Henrietta line. Jok-I Rabbi Sol.mion Sehiir, Sain Scbiff-
eph ll Fine, William Fisher, Sol man. Victor Schonwetter, Joahn
l-rankel. Dr. kftanley Krehllna, Maysin... | s.tal. Ia.u1. Meltlin, Mandell HelMf.
iii.iiiieix. Benjamin Friedman, Kan- Rabbi Max Shapiro. Benjamin Sharps,
nle <\ Fromnier, Maurice Han-. 8yd- Murray A. Shaw, Fred K. Sbochet.
my cans. 1..0 Geivan, Harry Uenet, Jacob Shulkln. Samuel Sidclmai
Morns Uettleman, lien oilier, Bennit- liunv siiv.r. Harry Blmonhoff, Bam
aittleman, Hairy Otasaer, i.<.ms| slmonhoff. Noirls F. Snetman, Leon-
Classer. Ueorae Goldberg, Jail.....ard J. Solomon, fharlus Sommer.
GeMenberK, Kllzabeth Goodmaii. Nathan K|.i.m Imun, Joaeuh K. St. n
Father Goodman, Lillian Goodman, Philip stein, Max Wternsheln.
Paul It. Gordon, Philip OotUeb, Sam-1 Un-ael Telteh, Phlllu Thau. Harold
uel Craubart. i.' 111 it. Grossman,
Pauline Grundwera*, Abraham Grun-
hnt.
Chuck Hall. Sam .1. Ilalpeiin.
Trudy HamerBChlag/, A. J. Harris,
Harry Harris, Max Hecht, Sam J
lliinuin. Simon A. Herman. Henry
nersch, Lonla Hlrseh, Kdwurd Horo-
wits, Fie.l Jonas. Manuel Joseloff,
Joseiih .)..-. l-..n. Samuel Kami, Ber-
nard KatS, Jaek Katzman. Max Kol-
ker, Harry Koretsy, Murry KoretSky,
Inez Kronaky, Rabbi Leon Kronlah,
Samuel Ktilok.
It;ililil Kuk man, Sidney Lefkowlts, Rabbi David
Lehrflald, Rabbi lrvinu Lehrasan, Sum
*" l^venson, Benjamfn Levine, David
Levenson, Isidore Levy, Isidore Lien-
holer, Rabbi Max A. Lips.-hltz, Sam-
uel Llpton, Milton Lnharr, Oscar
Mamber, Nathan Manllow Joseph
Thurman, Isaac ITnterman, Abraham
I 1'sluuder, Nat WatUmaii, Rabbi
Alfred Waxman, Julian Weinkb II
Franklin W'iilianis, Manuel Yavelov
Josepli Z:ilis, Maurice Zaretsky. Sam-
uel SSItner, Joseph Koldan, Matthew
Zuckerinan.
Rabbi Schiff on Television
Rabbi Solomon Schiff, of Congre-
gation Beth El, and executive vice
president of the Rabbinical Asso-
ciation of Greater Miami, will be
host on the "Still Small Voice"
over Ch. 7 this Sunday, 10 a.m.
His subject will be "Procedure-
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Volume 37 Numbe: 37
Friday, September 11. 1964
5 Tishri 5725
Yom Kippur Eve
Next Tuesday
The Day of Atonement, the ob-
servance of Ycm Kippur. will be-
g;n next Tuesdav evening. SeDt.
15. Historically, Yom Kippur falls
ten days after Rosh Hashona, the
first of the High Holy Days. The
penod between is traditionally
known as the Ten Days of Peni-
tence.
The c-er.ir.g prayer of this
"ro:.e^ ct'the D Awe, Kol
re :s shrouded in mystery.
Scrr.e scholars have t'-rc-d i; to
th< :' the Spanish Inguisition
end the Marranos those Jews
rdly rejected their fcith
secre vowed their ir-
-evoccble identification with Ju-
. m.
Thus Kol Nidre, meaning "all
me le -pre'ed as
the Jew's solemn testament an
in covenanl en him-
i Gcd a denial of his
.cert acceptance cf other re!;gious
in the name of being
spared from the Inguisition.
Other scholars point to the
Jew:sn prohibition against tcking ocths. For
m, Kol Nidre symbolizes diaspora Jewry's
m:se between Judai-m and the individ-
lew's need to adapt himself to the alien
i in which he lives and must survive.
On the eve of Yom Kippur, the Kol N'dre
prayer in any ca-=e serves the purpose of re-
ming the precepts of traditional Judaism
of spiritually releasing the Jew from such se-
cular vows that he has made during the pre-
ceding year and that involuntarily violate the
lener of traditional Jewish law.
Many historians tend to reject the Mar-
rcno theory, indicating that the musical struc-
ture of Kol Nidre is considerably older than the
Inguisition itself; v/hile modern authorities in
other fields guestion the relationship between
octr.s end traditional Judaism.
Whatever the interpretation of Kol Nidre,
the prayer sets the tone for the most awesome
of the Jewish Holy Days. On that day, the
Book of Life is sealed. Man has cleansed him-
self of his past errors to the best of his ability,
and he looks forward to a year in which he
will live in peace and contentment.
We here add our voice to this prayer. May
the Hebrew Year 5725 bring to Jewry and hu-
manity at large that security which is the initial
step toward spiritual fulfilment.
We believe responsible Nc-g/ois feel Ihe
same way. It is therefore disturbing to note
the manner in which their cnger has erupted,
particuiarly against the Jewish community. Y.'e
are not here attempting to advise them or their
leadership. We are mero'.y suggesting that
the pattern as it has been emerging shows an
anti-Jewish trend. In fighting for their own
rights, how will they achieve tnem by violating
the r.ghts of others?
An Unhappy Trend
We note with, sadness the effect on Jewish
merchants of the race riots in Philadelphia. The
pattern has been set up: it follows New York
and Rochester.
Responsible Negro officials are embarras-
sed. They tend to "explain" it all on the basis
that most shopkeepers dealing with the Negro
community are Jewish.
This is becoming as stereotyped a socio-
logical observation as was Malcom X's dan-
gerous remark last week when he declared:
"Show me a non-violent Negro, and I'll show
you a Negro who needs psychiatric attention."
The Philadelphia merchants were less cir-
cumspect than their colleagues in Rochester
and New York. The facts speak for themselves,
and they did not deny them.
We go along with President Johnson, who
declared in his acceptance address at Atlantic
City that all men, regardless of race or creed,
are entitled and must be given the right to
egual opportunity. We have argued for this
basic American principal m the past. We wel-
come his affirmation of the principal today.
New Threat of War
Reports last week that Egypt is pressing
Jordan to accept supersonic aircraft from the
Soviet Union are extremely disturbing. The
aircraft aie intended to offset Israel's fighter,
the Mirage, made in France.
The reports also indicate that Egypt has
been urging Jordan to tighten its ground de-
fenses along the west bank of the Jordan River
and to station 10,000 additional soldiers on Is-
rael's border.
Thus, on the occasion of the New Year, the
State of Israel finds itself threatened more
menacingly than ever before. Israeli strategists
generally concede that Gamal Abdel Nasser,
of the United Arab Republic, remains their ma-
jor enemy and that any military move against
them will come from him.
Hence, any Arab attack is now anticipated
as Nasser-inspired, with Egypt's direct partici-
pation virtually assured.
Jordan's precarious status has heretofore
made threats horn King Hussein seem ludi-
crous. As a matter of fact, it is Israel's exist-
ence and military capability that has kept the
Hashemite Kingdom from destruction by Nas-
ser, himself, who understands that a move
against Jordan would mean war with Israel.
That Jordan is now involved in plans with
the United Arab Republic in a new round
against Israel must be regarded as extremely
unhappy news. The possibility was, of course,
set up at the recent Cairo "summit" conference
prior to King Hussein's visit with President John-
son in early June.
That Nasser has time and again actively
involved himself in Jordanian politics, partic-
ularly in attempts to assassinate the youthful
King Hussein, today seems beside the point.
If Jordan accedes to- Egypt's pressure to
accept the Soviet Union's offer of fighter planes,
the Hebrew Year 5725 may be launched on a
bang rather than a whisper of prayerful hope
for peace.
IE HIGH HCLY
during the week
... as i see it
by LEO MINDLIN
time to talk
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.1(1 be
professional observer of the Jewish scene.
Strangely. American Jewish survival seems to have 1
urgent question of the clay because of its popular appeal t
of nominally Jewi>h writers, whose work appear- in the
culation slick magazines. Hence, it is examined xAh _
scholarly care >n publications intended for women's per
the mixing machine and fir men's consideration in the
ho I, by room.
But the issue has alwavs been an important one. and
tinue'to be. whether or not these writers apph
the question. The sad consequence of their labors .s that I
it a sociological study; while the fact is that Jewish >ur
not lend itself to suck studies. Jewish survival is a fact
tone Jewish adaptation to alien terrain in the lace of i
refusal to forget the past.
This must be seen against the backdrop of ?. peopl,
migration throughout the ages, whenever the terrain b>
inimical to the kind of atmosphere in which the pa>t
studied and emulated. Here lies the secret to the survival
apply divine meaning to it: ar.d perhaps, understood in th--
there is such meaning But those great cultur- -
I by desert sands lie buried because their en
easier to submit to challenge and conquest than i
on
THt fAKi S0CI010GICAI VfW
NCN-JEWS WHO ipeak i lustically of the Je
movement and the Jewi h failure to stay in on< act
by specific example to P nd 'he final R
think in tern if th teristic as a "raci iknes
. a stri at if l lej are i xpressin l
:; n it. in fact, explainu
: the IJIOVI
-.'.!' tl
ig raisi the qu< I I slicks, nil .
isal : '
f the crowd. But il
.
It i the Jewisl 'ho
in or.
-
ut on a t
ish. 1 be; ..'.'-.' f<
the strong and favorable i I
a b *j
Thej ai m ire 1 hi y are catei ng
tized to the ph*n menon of Jewish 1
the ("iw-oiic nee of the i lice of
ashes of world Jewry's near-destructiona fa
prevalent Christian religious doctrine.
OBt'SANCt TO SUCK PUBLICATIONS
"THE MARKET IS hence particularly amenable to op
' ever unfounded, provided they come from thy
novelists, poets and t whom I hav pr<
[erred. _1 k I is worried In the face of the deicid
into which they an the i
explained? I- their doctrine wrong? Was the hostilit; I
expressed tovard Jewish survival throughout thi in
rantee the conquest and assimilation I Ji
ed?
What orse, the noteworthy sources, writing out
norai their fit ince to the torn
licatioi the le world of what it want- ti
American Jewish .survival i> a fiction
. Jewish community i- doomed. Accept us, tncy say
will th is defeat us.
Perhaps it is. indeed, acceptance that nominal Jewi*
want on a par with their non-Jewish peers. In seeking
deny no heritage in themselves, for they have none. The>
ply begging in their own behalf; neither do they speak for Othe
they have no heritage except their American, they must
in it; hence, in their suddenly self-assumed rote of Jew i
critic, thinkci, sociologist or what have you, they are be
moral and expedient. They are. above all things, allay in,
fears with a patina of their own ignorance.
TRAPS fOft THt SPIRITUAL LtADH
THE DANGER TO nominally Jewish writers lies not in their lack
' of integrity when they tackle such questions. Neither loes it
lie in the misinformation they purvey for the rapid reader in the
kitchen and hobby room. It lies only in their impulse to tackle the
issue of Jewish survival on an artistic level. It is here that their
ignorance will fail them. The Jerome Weidmans and Harry GoldcDI
and Norman Mailers are a case in point. In creating as Americans,
they may be honest and worthy of attention. In creating as Jews who
are exploiting a ready market, they unmask their vulgarity.
I am not concerned when such writers present their rancid wares
in non-Jewish publications. Neither do I care about the* lestbetlc
outrages. Those editors who accept them are entitled to receive
no more than their own suspect expediency buys for them 1 am
only concerned when nominally Jewish writers find markets among
the pretender Jews, in periodicals such as Commentary' Magazine,
whose trumpeting of the decline and fall of the American Jew as
already a shrine to be adored at last year's "Dialogue in Israel."
But the worst to emerge from it all are our spiritual leaders |l0
take to their pulpits as soon as the slick word is printed (or spoki nl
and who sound the death knell for us all, as well. Perhaps the word
has come forth from the Weidmans and Goldens and Mailer- I '
to see, however, why our spiritual leaders accept it and expn >
their fears about it, other than that they are suddenly strengthened
in what sometimes seems to them their useless purpose be
public has become interested in Judaism, even if on the mos* m< '
level, thus establishing a tenuous bridge between themsi'.- -
their otherwise generally rudderless congregation-. It must, alti
all. still prove its potency ugainst the word from Jerusalem
n< minal Jews among us. the doom-sayera, have yet to face the thai
lenge of five thousand years of history.


Ilriday. Septerrier 11, 1964
+Jewist fhridiiair
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Friday. September
Kol Nidre Wilt Launch Yom Kippur
Continued from Boe 2-A
fte Voter en-viea at n a ra Ser
will be In Memonam Jon-
n Mrviea wfli be held ta the
- .- at 3 30 pm Rab-
' I ii every >ear in the
render tit Neilah con
lorf.r.5 tervicc at 4 30 p.m Can
:..'-.- Adler renders all aUtei
eal portions of the htiirgv
V FlijlrGfinji Jewish Cen-
ter. M A 5jvt pi Rabbi Da\i ill officiate at seroce-
-- (30 p.m.. with Cantor
iwrfe Goldberg rendering the
aarieal pertkio* of the liturgy.
Of Repentance ieroee;
Batatsfjj at St a m. Miaeha
* :'i be at S p.m vntb the Bar
/ah of Stephen. on of Mr
Mn J'hn Schurv.:tz che-
hat time In K.opur
be jfhered in on T
at 6 p m *ith t.-.e K
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at the
Sephardie Jewish Center, <^:,
Kol ".IT" .11
Yoa Kippur
" Ml M p n liwiiim
'. neatfaj S'-p' U begin at
m Yizkor memorial will be
t 12 nooa BeroMi ii 'rh.-duled
troag arc You'
1 \ a ~ Torah reading *ill
U; < .x Seraaaa, at ii
a rr. Khf/hited a: tte Mor-
Y.zkor
in will be at 5
p.m with the sermon on Tt*
Barrier
At Tempi* Bern Shiran, 7500 SW
120tfc St Sabbath of Repentance
*ernee> will be this weekend at
10 am Rabbi Morris Shop and
Cantor Herman Gottlieb will of.
fioate at Kol -.Nidre. opening the
Yom Kippor observance oa Tuev
Sept 15. at 7 p.m. Sermon
ill be There i; a Right Way
Day of A tone, lent services begin
Wednesday. Sept 1. at :3Q a.m..
with Yizkor following at noon. Ser
mon. at 1 p.m. will be Hours
Wheat Memory Never Die Can-
tor Gottlieb will direct tne *-enior
20-voice choir in the ritual of the
rUgfe FMj Day and Da;, of Atea**
i
i
Temple Tifereth Jacob, B5] Fla
-. Way, will hold r*rittaj evea-
Bt 8 15 Jack Gordon
> -bath of
ire \ 'j am
the \ Kip
-pt
:' Atonement
service* wrtiaue at
'Hi a n Yizkor man at
10 a m Mincha will be at i : m
followed b\ PMIaa at 5 p.m.
Ohev Shalom Congregation, ':;
Dr., v. ill aba
Tew travail oi
i kead with Rabbi Phil
n officiating Kol
ill usher in the Yom Kip
: <-n
' S M p m Sermon ill he
On
ervicet be
Rabbi Ru:;ene Labovitz will of-
ficiate at Temple Her Tamid. 79th
St and ( arlyle Ave at Sabbath
of Repentance service* this week
II 8 4', a m Bar Mitzvah of
Mark Steven ion of Mr. and Mrs
George Kram. will take place Kol
Nidre will u-.her in the Day of
Tuead i:,
si 8 ; Sermon will be The
Sin- of Modern Man Caatar
Saul H Brech render- the musi-
cal poitioni of the Irturg) Yom
.-. Wednesdi
8am Sermon win be The
Immortality "i >>~r Departed
YfTbr* .= h
. ..:/, o; Beeaataaet aervice*
8 15 p fl
Temple Beth Shoiem of Hollywood.
i72- Monrae vita Rabbi Mor-
ton Malav>k> officiating. Satur-
da> -ervice* will be at 9 a m. Kol
Nidre will u*her in the Day of
Atonement on Tuesday. Sept. 15.
at 6:30 p.m Yow Kippur services
continue Wednesday. Sept. 16. at
9 a.m.. with Rabbi Malavsfcy
preaching the sermon. Yizkor
memorial is scheduled for noon
Nenah will clote the High Holy
observance at 6 p.m. Junior ser-
vices are scheduled at noon Can-
tor Erne-t Sterner renders tne
cnusical portions of the liturgy
At the Israelite Canter, 3175 SW
25th St Rabbi Shmaryahu T.
Swirsky will officiate at Sabbath
of Repentance observance at 6:30
p.m Saturday services resume
at 8 30 a.m.. with the sermon
scheduled as When Progress De-
mand- Going Back Cantor Loom
Cohen renders the musical portion-
of the iiiurgy Kol Nidre will
laun'h the Yorr. Kippur Holy Day
.n T teaday Sept 15. at 6 15 p.m
.on will be "The Old Man and
'he Wednesday. Sept. W.
Da) of Atonement leriieat con
a" 8 a m Yizkor memorial
will be at 10 30 am Sermon i-
"A Gho-t of a Chance N'eilah
/ill be 4 30 pm. with Rabbi
Swirabr to speak on "Light at
Eventide Junior -er^ice- are
-cheduled for 11 am
Miami Beach Etz Chaim, 1544
Washington Ave. will hold Min-
cha services Friday at 6 15 p.m
Sabbath of Repentance ervice-
at 8 30 am Rabbi Abraham
BrraatfaM will officiate and
preach on "Shabbat ShuN.ihTe
Sauvah." Yom Kippur will be
lauaexod with rbe Kol .Nidre pray-
er an Tuesday. Sept IS. at 5 30
p m Sermon wiM be "The Vow
R Liturgical service
be conducted by Cantor Rab-
r^ V chter Day of Atone
ment service* continue Wednen
Sept 16 at 8 a Gabbi M
Steinboca will chant Yizkor
memorial is scheduled at 11:30
a.m Neilah in the early even
ing will conclude the High Holy
Day observance.
Rabbi Alfred Waxman will of-
ficiate at Temple Zien, SOW Miller
Rd. at Sabbath of Repentance
service- this weekend at 9 a.m.
Kol Nidre will open at Yom Kip
pur observance on Tnesday. Sept
15. at 6 p m Sermon will be
"How Much Repentance are We
Capable Of?" Day of Atonement
service.- continue Wednesday. Sept.
16. at 8:30 a.m. Sermon will be
The Righteous Souls of Israel-
Past. Present and Future Yiz-
kor will be at 11.30 am
Shabbat Teschuvah -erwee- at
Beth David Congregation, 2625 SW
3rd Ave are -lated for Friday
6pm. and Saturday 9am Dur-
ii.- the morning semees. Rabbi
Norman N Shapiro and Cantor
William W Lipson will officiate
at th, jr Mitzvah of Steven, son
of Mr and Mrs Rimer Spector
Rabbi Shapiro will conduct the
Yom Kippur observance on T
day u' d 15 pm. with the Kol
Nidre service Schedule on Wed
r.e-oay begins with morning ser-
vices at 8 15 a.m and sermon
at 11 45 a.m. Yizkor memorial
prayers will be offered at 12:15
p.m. and Neilah at 5:15 pm Can
tor Lipson will offer musical por-
tion- throughout the holidav.
Rabbi Harold R.chter
or. -Israel at the T.r-,-"5**
sr\,ce,
C.;. I
Congregation B'ne, R,hesi *
nw 183rd st .,_ t; jjji
services are -lat<-
at 8 30 a r: Di~r
t^f^'"^^
"":
Yom Kippjr -
-eta.
*ith Kol Nidre next T... .-,'v ?J
15. at 6 p.m vita into j^
Lerner and the ehoir r ndennfa,
musical portions of the JJl
Sermon topic will be Heam-
Parents and Chile
Holy Day aervaat, (^-.nu!,
Wednesday Sept 16 at : Z; j
Yizkor memorial slated for ii
a.m. will include Rabbi Ri'chter,
sermon on -me Meamn: of je,
ishness."
*
Yoon, Israel ef Greater Mi.n,
990 NE I71st St. will bold tttJ
end and' holiday service- -n.
ilabbi Sberwin Stauber ifficiatm
and delivering the serrr u Fri-
day services are slated for 6*
p.m During Sabbath o|
observance on Satur-.j>
at 9 am sermon topi^
A Call to Repent.: k
Nidre sermon dur; g l
I ice- on Tue-day
be Building a Better
Y Kippur
>n Wedaaaiaj!
with Yizkor at 19:X
Stauber will speak On
Of Da'.- Gone R.

Rabbi
Hebrew Academy of G-ea'tr
Miami, 24n i'.netf
regular services on Frid
and Saturday 8 3' :. Yom
Kippur service- wili b
the Doral Cohen Memei
ins conducted by Cantor -
Kutner. of Memphis. Teni
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*Jewist noridioiti
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Yom Kippur Services
ied from Preceding Page
IContinu
abi>i Mexander S. dross offer-
the sermons, Kol Nidre ob-
an8 is slatfld lor Tuesday,
Lpi L5 6 p.m., when Rabbi Cross
til speak on "1 Pledge to Thee
I ,| Wednesday services
K...M1 at 8 a.m., with the Yizkor
Lemorial and sermon on "Build
,g i pon the Past" at 10 a.m.
% *
Friday evening services at
hgudath Israel Hebrew Institute,
Ks'M (ailvie Ave.. Miami Beach,
.re slated for 6:15 p.m.. followed
h,, KabbaM Sabbath. On Satur-
K'ay, Shabbat Teschuvas services
\, 8:3< a.m.. will include Rabbi
Ipr. Isaac Ever's discussion of "Is
|((infission Of Sin Sufficient." Kid.
Hush will follow the service. Min-
lrha at 6 p.m.. and Maariv will
Icoiuluiie the days observance.
Ivoni Kippur eve will usher in the
Ijiav of Atonement at 5:45 p.m.,
JL.n Tuesday. Sept. 15, with Dr.
fever's Kol Nidre sermon subject
[i Atonement and Survival."
|v.,. ;i> n i ina services. Sept.
;, slate I for s a m.. with
V .' in< at 11:30 a.m.
Isermi l on "They Departed in
Peace" will be delivered. Cantor
l.eo I'rlich will chant the liturgi-
cal portion of all services.
* *
Temple B'nai Sholom, 16800 NW
22nd Ave.. Opalocka, will hold
regular weekend services con-
ducted by Rabbi S. M Machtei and
Cantor Abraham Reiseman with
the Temple choir. On Friday even-
ing at 8:30 p.m., Rabbi Machtei will
deliver a sermon on "Is Prayer
Enough?" On Saturday at 9:30
a.m.. topic of his Sabbath of Peni-
tance sermon will be "Repent and
Return." Kol Nidre will be ush-
ered in on Tuesday. Sept. 15, at
(i p.m.. with Rabbi Maehtei's
theme, "Fasting or Reducing?"
On Yom Kippur. Wednesday,
Sept. 16. services will s.tart at
9 a.m., with Yizkor slated for 10:30
a.m. Sermon will be To Sleep.
Perchance to Dream."

Rabbi Daniel M. Lowy's topic
during Shabbat Teschuvah ser-
I vices on Friday, 8:15 p.m., at
I Temple Sinai of North Dade, 12100
NE 15th Ave., will be "Can We
Afford to Turn Our Backs Against
the Past?" Rabbi Lowy will of-
ficiate at the Kol Nidre services
Tuesday at 8:15 p.m., and has
chosen "The Soul Which Thou, O
God Has Given Unto Me Came
Pure from Thee" for his sermon
topic. The liturgical music Tues-
day and Wednesday. Sept. 15 and
16. will be rendered by Cantor
diet Gale and the Temple Sinai
Choir accompanied by organist Hy
Fried Yom Kippur services on
Sept. 16 will be at 10:15 a.m.. with
the morning subject, "The Ancient
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terparts." Services will resume I
at 3 p.m.. with Yizkor scheduled
for 4 p.m. Children's services'
will be held at 1:30 p.m.
Special Sabbath of Repentance
will be ushered in at Beth Kodesh
Synagogue, 1101 SW 12th Ave.. on
Saturday morning at 8:45 a.m.
Rabbi Max Shapiro will officiate
and deliver a sermon on "Return
to the Synagogue." At 5 p.m., dis-
cussion will be held on "The Por-
tion of the Law," and at 6 p.m..
on "True Repentance." Rabbi
Shapiro will be assisted by Can-
tor Benjamin Bcn-Ari. and both
wiil conduct the Yom Kippur ob-
servances. Kol Nidre eve, on Tues-
day, Sept. 15, at 6 p.m., will ush-
er in Day of Atonement services.
During Wednesday services, to be-
gin at 8 a.m.. memorial services
are slated for 10:30 a.m. Themes
will be "Day of Terror" and Trav-
els Through the Years." Special
I student services throughout the
l holiday season are under the cii
! rection of Menachem Shiff and
Miss Ita Becker.

Over 1.500 arc expected to at-
I tend the Yom Kippur observance
| at Beth Torah Congregation, 1051
X Miami Beach Blvd., No. Miami j
j Beach. Officiating w ill be Dr.
! Max A. Lipschitz. who will be as-
sisted by Cantor Ben Zion Kirsch
enbaum and the High Holy Day
Choir directed by Mrs. Jack Don-'
i nerstag. Also participating in
' Hie services will be Irving Kut-
tler, Israel Mandel and Rev. Dav-
id Klein. Regular weekend ser-
vices will be held Friday. 6 p.m.,
ind Saturday at 8:45 a.m. Kol
. Nidre on Tuesday, Sept. 15, 5:45 |
p.m.. will include a sermon on [
"What is the Prime of Life?" and
conclude with Maariv at 7 p.m.
On Wednesday. Sept. 16, Yom Kip-
pur schedule will begin at 7:30
a.m., with Torah reading at 9:45
a.m. Rabbi Lipschitz' sermon.
"Hope in a Vale of Tears," will be
followed by Yizkor services at
11:15 a.m., and Musaf. Afternoon
Mincha will be held at 3:30 p.m.,
with closing Neilah prayers at
4:30 p.m. Shofar at 6:55 p.m. will
be followed by Maariv.
* *
Rabbi Morris A. Kipper will con-
duct Sabbath services at Temple
Judea, 320 Palermo Ave., Coral,
Gables, starting at 8:15 p.m. Har-1
ry Carney, organist, will play the |
liturgical music during the Fri- (
day services, and Mrs. Harry.
Aizenshtat will bless the candles]
in honor of her son, Melvin's re-
cent marriage. The Aizenshtats|
will host the Oneg Shabbat. Sat-]
unlay morning services will be
held at 11 a.m. During the Yom
Kippur observance, Rabbi Kipper
will be assisted by Mr. Carney'
and the choir His subject on Kol
Nidre eve. Tuesday, Sept. 15. start-'
ing at 7:30 p.m., will be "Pene-
trating Questions for Yom Kip-
pur." Yom Kippur sermon, dur-
ing 10 a.m. services on Wednes-
day will be "It Can't Happen in
America." Afternoon service is
slated for 3:30 p.m., with Yizkor
memorial prayers at 4:45 p.m.
Children's holiday services on
Wednesday. Sept. 16. are sche-
duled for 2:30 p.m.
"To Repent" will be the title
of Rabbi Hcrshel Brooks' sermon
on Saturday morning at Temple
Zamora, 44 Zamora Ave., Coral
Gables. Rabbi Brooks will con-
! duct the services and preach the
sermons during Yom Kippur with
I Cantor Ben Dickson offering the
musical liturgy. Kol Nidre on
Tuesday. Sept. 15, at 5:45 p.m.,
will include a talk on "A Little
Man in Great Days." Observance
on Wednesday. Sept. 16, begins
at 8 a.m. with Yizkor prayers
and sermon at 10:30 a.m. on "The
Still Small Voice of Ideals." Dur-
ing Neijah, Iiabbi Brooks' sub-
ject will be "God is Close to
Everything." Temple Zamora
auxiliary Yom Kippur service.-,
conducted by Rev. Israel Friedman
and Cantor Fred Bernstein will
be heid at Dade Auditorium. F.rcv
Yom Kippur. Tuesday, at 5:45
p.m., sermon will be titled "What
Shall We Vow?" On Wednesda>.
services are scheduled for 8 a.m.
Rev. Friedman's Yizkor sermon
;.t 10 a.m. will be "What We Re-
member and the Memories We
Create."
Rabbi David Lehrfield and Can-
tor Abraham Seif will officiate
during the weekend and holiday
services at Kneseth Israel Con-
gregation, 1415 Euclid Ave. Fri-
day evening services at 6 p.m.
: and on Saturday at 8:30 a.m. and
i 4 p.m. Sermon in the morning
will be on the "Portion of the
Continued on Page 8-A
DR. IRVING LEHRMAN
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BETH DAVID
12:00 noon
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TEMPLE MENORAH
1 p.m.
RABBI MORRIS A. KIPPER
TEMPLE JUDEA
12:30 p.m.
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GREATER MIAMI JEWISH
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"HONORING OUR BELOVED DECEASED IS A PART
OF OUR HIGH HOLIDAY REPENTANCE"
RELIGIOUS SERVICES WILL BE HELD AT THE
Jewish Section of
Woodtawn Park Cemetery
3260 S.W. 8th STREET
Sunday, September 13:1964
11:00 A.M. (This Sunday)
Rabbi Solomon Schiff Rabbi Max Shapiro
Rabbi Norman Shapiro
WILL OFFICIATE
Cantor William W. Lipson
WILL CHANT THE LITURGY
ALSO AT THE
Mount Sinai
Memorial Park Cemetery
1125 NW. 137th STREET
Sunday, September 13,1964
2:00 P.M. (This Sunday)
Rabbi Solomon Schiff Rabbi Max Shapiro
Rabbi Tibor H. Stern
WILL OFFICIATE
Cantor Maurice Mamches
WILL CHANT THE LITURGY
$ $
SEATS AND A TENT WILL BE SET UP
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Friday. September ).l,
1964-
Yom Kippur Services
Continued from Page 7-A
ek." Afternoon I | 'Sab-
bath of Repentance On Tues-
- pt 15. it 6 p.m.. Rabbi
tier The
I! K i Kippur morn-
s at ( LB. will include
Kerne:; Yll
rvicei at 10 ; m.
rvici i
Scothwest Jewish Center, 643C
I riday at
hen Rabbi Ze% i Green-
- itual Sat-
iturday morn-
on topic
will be The Meaning of Teachu-
ld vull of-
rvative Yom Kip-
...- -ne choir
offering the musical portions of
ihe observance- Subject Tues-
day. 6 p.m at Kui N.dr-" U A
rvi Chance. Da;- : Atone
lor
.-; Y /k and
- Can it be
Attained?"
Temple Beth Sholom, (144 Chase
t I
- irday
. .: an n 10 IS a.m. Rabbi
: k- Dish the
and the '
liday
"In h of Fail
gue."
Cantor David ( the
choir will chant tht- musical
5ei men during Kol Ni
7 p.m services on Tuesday. Sept.
:' will be "Man and God." V m
ees on Wednesday, at
9:45 am. Rabbi Kronish will dis-
Pulpit and Presidency." Af-
ternoon service-, at 3 p.m.. will
be followed at 4 p.m. by Yizkor
memorial prayers Sermon topic
Past and Future "
Rabbi Solomon Schiff will of-
ficiate during weekend and hoi.-
at Congregation Bet**
E.. SH 17th Ave. Hi will
vet the sermoni Friday ->
re ited for 6 15 p.m..
pic for Saturday, dunn."
8 30 a.m.
I as "To Begin v
ill be
: b> Mincha at 6 p.m..
be usheri
6 p.m .
- -
topic t Divine
Y
on v. at
IT Past
The Key to
.: gat nal ices will be
held on holi rnings at 10
RABBI'S SERMON OF THE WEEK
Sabbath of Repentance This Weekend
By RABBI JONAH E. CAPLAN
Temple Adeth Yethurun
The Sabbath between Rosh
Ha-hona and Yom Kippur i- tra-
ditionaily called "Shabbat
Shuva It is also called "Shab
bath Teshuvah Shuva derive*
its name from the Haftorah of
this week, which begins with the
words, Shuva Ylsrael'* Return
0 Israel.
Teshuvah, mean- repentance
and the Sabbath is so rie-ignated
. e it take- place during
- Yemai Teshuvah," the
Tel Di of Repentance Tes-
huvah, however, also means "an
w<- now have three meanings
identified with thi- Sabbath: re-
turn, repentance and an answer.
All three come .nto focus a-
that will keep us moored to our
Jewish roots and to our Jewish
origin Fortifying ourselve-
with Jewish culture and Jewish
ideals, we can resolve never
aaain to permit the torrents of
materialism and secularism to
sweep out to sea.
It is then that we can move
on to the third stage of Teshu-
vah. by giving the answer to your
purpose and mission on earth.
Even as mankind ha a pur-
pose to fulfill, so also do we as
Jews. For us there is no short-
cut to the ultimate goals of
humanity, other than through
the ideals of our faith.
So, we arp told "Return O Is-
Come back to your ori-
gin. Come home w here you be-
long.
a.m. Free nursery services for
children 2 to 6 will be available
while parents are attending ser
iricei
*
Beth Moshe Congregation, 13G30
,\. uix.c m^rway. .so. Miami,
iwii 'i-j.u rnoaV services ai s:ia
p.m. i.aooi iier .-11..1011 wai ue "Uomg torw-iru
...c( ;>. 11 _i backwards." satur-
..<. ...^......- services will be^in
,i 5-o a in :..i iol Couon win
..1 uu xuui tuppur observ-
... ,( .u.i Lautor Herman rein
11.i- utuigicai cuanung
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... ui 5:4a p.m., wui
i I ultfl 10 A '
>,-. Weuacaaay, slated ioi
... 1 .. luiK on
municauorW
.... rmctu memorial to be on-
er* 1 !w a.m.
Temple Adath Yeshurun, 1025
XL Miami lisruens ur. .\o. Miami
CO, will hoiu Fniiay evening
services at 6:15 p.m. Durjng 8:46
services on aaturaay. *aooi
Jonah E. Caplan will speaK on
The Duference Between a Win-
dow ana a Mirror." Mincha will
oe at 6 p.m Rabbi Caplan will
officiate at Yom Kippur services
sith Cantor Maurice -Neu and the
(h..r chanting tne liturgical por-
Liom ot the observances. Erev
Kol Nidre is -cheduled for Tue-
u*y, aept 15. at 6 15 p.m. Rabbi
Caplan s sermon will be "Where
nave I Sinned?" During Yom
Kippur observance on Wednesday.
aept. 16. Beginning at 8 a.m.. hi-
iopic will be "An Appointment
with Lite." lollowcd by Yizkor
memorial.
Weizmann Br
Meeting Satu
Chaim Weizmann Br
Farband will hold Its
meeting of tin -.;.;
Saturday, 8 p.m ;,t the
o.cu Hotel.
Mrs. Leo Goldman,
resident of the
area, will be gue-1 -pi...
Goldman ha- biin a
the National Council ot
: i er Women -
addressed ma
1 \
nl :
first m<
membership
lor the new si a:
Chairman Hai
(luce all new men
Moe Levin, chaim
branch, announce- that
K:t7 and Mrs. 'an B-
in charge of reservatii
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mankind i purpose
:. e c mtemplate the significance
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1
+Jenisti Hcridfiar?
Page 9-A
Conversion Step Seen Disappointing
Continued from Pgt 1-A
\mcrican Catholics show anti-
, ivish prejudice which can be
..i,,l lo their interpretation of
,,. crucifixion story. "It is re-
eltable." he continued, '"that
"he proposed draft declaration
i(K.s not attempt to alleviate the
stress caused by this interpre-
The Jewish community
II retains the hope that the
s ol the Church will revise
schema and make a .-troim af-
mation ''I I'.e world-wide dream
the Brotherhood of Man.""
The ADL chairman added that
comparison oi Catholic attitudes
Hi those of Protestant revealed
,al such liberal denominations
. the Congregational and Epis-
npal were less likely to hold neii.T-
ive religious images of Jews;
Moderate bodies such as Luth-
rans closely parallelled Catholics;
ml fundamentalist groups such
- Southed) Baptists were more
ikely than Catholics to be hostile
toward .lews.
The study sampling taken by
the social scientists conducting
the research was derived from
church members randomly se-
lected from the membership
rolls of various Protestant con-
gregations and a representative I
Roman Catholic archdiocese.
The Catholic interviews were un-
dertaken with the approval of
the diocesan bishop.
The answers to three basic ques-.
ions were sought:
Do modern Christians typi-
rally blame the historic Jew for
he crucifixion?
Are historic images respon-
sible for holding contemporary
cus guilty of the crimes'" of
heir ancestors?
ii the first two answers are
c-. do negative religious images
I .lews predispose Christians to
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DORE SCHARY
accept negative secular stereo
types of Jews?
The study lound that the maj-1
ority of Catholics generally ac-l
knowledge their mutual roots with
Judaism, "although there is a'
modest tendency to Christianize
the Old Testament."
Mr. Schary said that an exam- I
ination of Catholic opinion on !
the role played by ancient Jews
in the Crucifixion showed that
1 per cent named Jews as the
group "most responsible for
crucifying Christ," and 22 per
cent fixed the responsibility on
the Romans.
not accept a Messiah who came
from humble beginnings."
16 per cent said Jews reject-
ed Christ because "they were sin-
nil and had turned against God."
4fi per cent agreed with or
were uncertain about the state-
ment, "the Jews can never be for-
gotten for what they did to Jesus
until they accept Him as the True
Savior."
II per cent agreed that "the
n a son the Jews have so much
trouble is because God is pun-
ishing them for rejecting Jesus."
30 per cent were uncertain.
A strong link was revealed be-
tween accepting secular stereo-
types of the Jew and believing
that ancient and modern Jews are
to blame for the Crucifixion. The
study makes clear that religious
motives are not the only source
for anti-Semitic stereotypes but
found that Catholics with a hos-
tile religious attitude toward Jews
are most apt to believe menda-
cious generalizations.
In investigating the character-
istics of the Catholic parishion-
ers, it was found that those who
attend Mass regularly and have
more orthodox religious beliefs
are more likely to stereotype
Jews than those with less ortho-
dox beliefs. The study gives as
a primary reason for this pat-
tern "a conception of Roman
Catholicism" as the One True
Faith, and Catholics as "God's
Chosen people today."
According to the study, respond-
ents were inclined to attribute'
evil motives to the Jews for re-
jecting Christ as the Messiah:
42 per cent said Jews "were;
deceived by wicked priests who
feared Christ."
30 per cent said Jews re-
jected Christ because "they could
Pointing out that such beliefs
are not in accord with current
Church doctrine, the study asserts
that they nevertheless play a
critical role in contributing to re-
ligious anti-Semitism.
Schary said that although it
stems "reasonably clear" that a
majority of Roman Catholics do
not interpret the Crucifixion story
i:i ways which prejudice their con-
ceptions of Jews and their rela-
lions with Jewish neighbors, a
significant number continue to
hold Jews responsible for Christ's
death."
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vJmisti fkridHknn
Friday, Septe^j
AJC Mission Studies Latin Jewish Communities
Continued 'rom Page 1-A
the last three months without any
arrests. Yet the newspapers have
played down these stories.
Some nfemBefs ol""tno TJSSMB-
her Of Deputies have publicly ques-
tioned the patriotism or Argen-
tine Jews and the propriety ot
Jewish members of the Chamber
serving in such national positions
One deputy has even proposed an
nvestigation of Zionist activities
in the country.
Subsequently, in August.
Deputy Juan Scaliter introduced
a resolution stating ". that in
Argentina it will not be permitted
to allow questions relating to dif-
ferences in race and religion."'
The resolution has not been pass-
ed. I

i-i
the population in some places.
"We met with President Hum
bert Castelo Branco in Brasili
President Arturo Illia in Buenos
AiBMfc and Jioesidant- Fernanda
P.elaude Terry in Lima, and with
loreign ministers and other gov-
ernment officials." Abram said.
"Our overwhelming impression
was that these civic leaders are
struggling to satisfy the pressing
present needs of their people and
to meet the pressures of the ex-
pectations lor a better future
which are evident everywhere in
South America, in an orderly and
democratic fashion.
_lr 1-. 1964
The delegation 17"!
according to Abram bv I n^
tags wftlfJMme Cart&VStf
ros Camara in Ri rtc ja "
Archbishop Antonu, \|ar, \?H
de Siqucira in Sao I'aul,,",,,^"
ilia Brazil; Antonio Cardinal i ,Z
;nos in Buenos Aires, Argentic-lE
Cardinal Silva Hum ,<,,,,, \*
ago Chile; and .,,,, J*
Landazuri Ricketu
"i l-iir
Abram said that Argentina was
;: democratic country, not ordi-
narily given to violence, and omic and intellectua
therefore the increasing incidents everywhere,
of violence toward the Jews were
of serious significance.
Right to left are Ribeiro da Costa, Presideal of the Brazilian
Supreme Court, receiving American Jewish Committee Pres-
ident Morris B, Abram during recent trip of Committee dele-
gation which visited Brazil, Argentina, Chile and Peru.
"'They are in race against
time, and some are facing deter-
mined and vicious attacks front
extremists of various political
shadings. In terms of aid from
outside the continent, there is
"All these distinguishe; ,,
ers of the Roman CftJ
Church,' he reported, "e,*,,.
ed great interest in the (aW
t ton's mission, and infeST
their support for the dec?, on
the Jews which it e.:'Kted
to be on the agenda ;. th,
Ecumenical Council in R--, ;
September."
In each countr\
He stressed the importance of
government and church leaders
taking affirmative action to deal
with the potentially explosive
situation. Mr. Abram stated
that the delegation emphasized
to these leaders the critical im-
portance of translating their
views, as privately expressed to
it, through affirmative public Ac-
tion and follow-up.
Further, the delegation pointed
out to Foreign Minister Zavala
Ortiz, of Argentina, that his
earlier statements to the Ameri-
can press, drawing a parallel be-
tween Jewish and Arab communi-
ties in Argentina and the Arab-
Israeli situation, created great
misunderstanding and played into
the hands of extremist elements
Abram and the delegation, which
visited six major cities in Brazil.
progress tic in an attempt to promote
hatred against the Argentine Jew-
"But." Abram stated, "if econ- is" community, as well as against
omic conditions continue to de-|'ber Jewish communities in
ieriorate as they have been doing South America."
in Argentina. Brazil and Chile, re- Abram noted that Jews and
Abram termed "a critical' short-
age of qualified rabbis, teachers.
actionary element from within Arabs have lived larmoniouslv 22l! worfkors- yu,h '^ders and
and ouUide the South American I together Argentina Tn3 S ?*?.? Professlonal .?crsons *;h
comment would find i, relatively ihcTnew "len^'are In", ""ft" t,y ncc{cd b>
eas, to use the Jew, as .ape- of Arab League iStSL He s^uth America"" vvvry'vlhm ,n
the de ;ation
met with the American A obasu
dor. leaders of the Jewisa com-
munity. the Israel Ambsssasfc
and top-level figures in -e||ec'.
tual and cultural circles -he in.
still much to be done by goverr- stituto Judio Argentmo j ,he
ment agencies and private in- Institute Judeo Brasileiro .in-
vestors." organizations ot the America'
The delegation found what ***** CotWiistee. were hosts it*
'events in Argentina and 3ranl
sponsored by the wide known
Spanish-language anil Por'iguese-
language Comentario m
published by the Institute
goats."
This is especially true in Ar-
gentina, according to Mr. Abram.
"There," he said, "the situa-
tion is potentially grave because
nee-Fascists have been encour-
aged and financed by agents of
the Arab League.
For their own political rea-
sons," the American Jewish Com-
mittee president continued, "these
agents are spending enormous
added:
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?
Abram said the American Jew { HOUSE FOR SALi j
"The struggle for order and '--h Committee was going to seek ? Quiet location, near sc- :ols,
stability now being waged by 'he active cooperation of Jewish i.i..,,.;.. -.-Jt-.l pi i\
President Arturo Illia and other educational, religious and social t ShoPP,n9' medlcal J*Wh
supporters of democratic gov-
ernment in Argentina is being
increasingly complicated by sow-
ers of hatred and disunity."
Concerning the general situation
in the tour countries. Abram stat-
ed that, with the exception of
welfare organisations in the Unit- ? Cen,er- 3 Bedroom, 2 lath, \
ed States to meet this need This \ patio, garage awnings, drop.-
S
to the Peace ? year-like new VA 4*4%, S10: mo. <
S15.100 mtg Total S16.700 '-one I
sums of money to set group against 1>('ru where the economy seems
group and divide the Argentine lo be fairly stable at present, the
would be similar
Corps, he said.
"These communities." he said. \ CA 1-6469, 2245 SW 90th A- mm. j
are in a condition similar to that "***>*****^*i
of the European Jewish communi-
ties alter World War II. The re- "<-----------------
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educational aids
in organizing com
on Ladies Suits, Dresses, Ex
Highland 3-2894
People. They have adopted the delegation found widespread in- UaJp^icatoS
Memorial Service
At Mount Nebo
in those countries are participat-
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life and are contributing to econ-
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Miami.
The service is scheduled as part
)f a traditional observance to pay
respect to the departed during
the High Holy Day period.
At lOISO a.m., Rabbi David
RosenfeM, of Flagler Granada
Jewish Center, will officiate at the
services.
Dr. Irving Lehrman. of Temple
Emanu-El, will officiate at 11:30
a.m.
Also scheduled during the spec-
ial memorial occasion Sunday are
the following:
Rabbi Norman N. Shapiro. Beth I
David Congregation, at 12 noon.
Rabbi Morris A Kipper, of'
Temple .ludea, at 12:30 p.m.
Rabbi Mayer Abramowitz. of |
Temple Menorah. at 1 p.m.
Rabin Max Shapiro, of Congre-;
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+Jewlst fhrldiar
Page 11-A
FOR RELATED STORIES AND PHOTOS
SEE SEC. B
[Sen. Morse Will be Guest Speaker
At Beth Torah Tribute Here Sept. 19
s. Wayne Morse, of Oregon,
11 rei rand state-man and friend o!
[israc! will be guest speaker at
ifhe Tempi* Beth Torah-Israel Din-
11.,.,- Tribute on Saturday even-
ingi .,.pt. 19. at the congrega
[ tinn
Max
.1
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St
in .'
guli<
Idem;
\ ice
comrr
rae
was announced by Rabbi
.-. Lipschitz. spiritual lead-
tlie congregation, who is
ivins as dinner chairman.
Morse "ill come to Miami
-i in honoring Dave Mar-
as he receives the Re-
on Year Award for his ser-
Ihe congregation, to the
itv and the State of Is-
Rclations Committee, is looked
upon with admiration for his faith-
ful and courageous stand on vital
issues affecting United States and
Israel relations.
"As one of the most active mem-
bers of the Senate Foreign Rela-
tions Committee, Sen. Morse has
proved himself to be a champion
of the rishts of Israel in its strug-
gle lor peace and economic secur-
ity." Rabbi Lipschitz declared.
His forthright courage in
many causes to advance demo-
cracy at home, as well as over-
seas, has won him international
esteem."
Nasser Spends Fortune
For Ground Rockets
htiding the committee for the
din-', in addition to Rabbi
Lipwnitl, are Irving Newman,
co-chairman, Richard Sneider,
Tempi* Beth Torah president,
anc Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Stein,
cha len of the Host Committee.
Morse, a ranking member
,1 the Powerful Senate Foreign
SIN. /JAYNl MO*St
Israel Bonds to Launch Record Drive;
Aim for Greater Success in Year Ahead
*m*
StN. WAYNE MORSE
JACK A. CANTOR
Welcome W^an
Honors Special
Family Qassions
Your Welcome Wagon Hostess
will call with a basket of gifts...
and friendly greetings from reli-
gious, civic, and business leaders
of our community when your
family celebrates a sixteenth
birthday, announces an engage-
ment or the birth of a new baby,
moves to a aew home.
With sights set firmly on whal
promisee to l>e a history-making
year, the community is set to
launch the most ambitious cam-
paign on behalf of Israel Bonds
in histor;
Leonard Rosen, chairman <>i
(he Greater Miami Israel Bond
Organization, said Wednesday that
"Already in this year 1964 we
have smashed all previous bond-
selling record-.
"As we enter the Jewish New
Year 5725, plans are being set into
motion that will bring out tne sup-
port of every facet of our com-
inuniH of every organization, of
every synagogue and temple."
Rosen noted that this year's
effort is being underscored by
an historic landmark in the Is-
rael Bond program. "This is
the year of the first redemption
of State of Israel Bondsan
event symbolic of the undying
faith of the Jewish people in the
rebirth of the State of Israel."
\ recent development bringing
widespread attention to the Great-
er Miami Israel Bond effort has
been the increasing participation
of banks and other financial in-
stitutions in the Israel Bond pro-
gram. L'nder the leadership of
Jack A. Cantor, statewide chair-
man for banks, insurance com
panics, trusts and fiduciaries, a
number of major banks in Miami
and other Florida communities
have made initial purchases of
Israel Bonds, including the single
largest purchase of bonds by a
bank in the entire world.
Cantor emphasized that "the
purchases by our leading financial
institutions reflect the growing
confidence in Israel's economy
and in the productive accomplish-
! ments financed by Israel Bonds.
The purchases are giving greater
I recognition to Israel Bonds as a
sound investment."
Chairman Rosen indicated that
plans for the forthcoming cam-
paign call for the enrollment of
j more individuals in the Israel
i Bond program than ever before.
He noted that "more synagogues
and more organizations have
pledged their effort and have
initiated plans for major activi-
ties on behalf of bond- than ever
before."
Many synagogues have already
conducted pulpit appeals for Is-
rael Bonds during the first days
of the High Holidays, he said.
Others will have Israel Bond
appeals during Yom Kippur,
while the major congregations
will have a series of dinners in
the ccming months on behalf of
Israel Bonds.
Leading organizations of the
communityB'nai B'rith, Hades*
sah. Labor Zionists, Pioneer Wom-
en, Mizrachi and ZOAare al-
most all planning individual func-
tions.
Climaxing the year's activities
will be the annual Ambassador's
Ball in December, traditionally
held under the patronage of
Ambassador of Israel and
Governor of Florida.
the
the
TEL AVIV (JTA) The Nas-
ser regime in Egypt is investing
$500,000,000. one-seventh of its na-
tional income, in the development
of ground-to-ground rockets and
other offensive weapons, Shimon
Peres, Israels Deputy Defense
Minister, asserted this week.
He told a rally that European
experts on Arab affairs, were con- j a
vinced that the Arabs were ser-
ious in their unremitting threats
against Israel, that they had not
given up their aggressive inten-
tions, and did not despair of real-
izing them.
He cited the feverish efforts
of the surrounding Arab re-
gimes to pile up arms, and not-
ed their anti Israel propa-
ganda and economic warfaie.
He said that those measures
were intended to isolate Israel,
to build up en arsenal of offen-
sive weapons, and ultimately to
use these armaments against Is-
rael. He said other weapons,
which Egypt is developing in-
cluded pocket submarines and
Egyptian-mads jet planes.
The defense official said Nasser
was portraying himself to various
elements in the light that each
wanted. He said Nasser sought
t i impress on the Arab leaders
the rotion that he had the military
capability to lead an attack on Is-
v ith United States Ambassador
rael. At the same time, he said,
the Egyptian leader boasted to
African leaders he could be mod-
crate if they supported him. To
the West, said Mr Peres, Nasser
presented himself as anti-Com-
munist, and to the East as pro-
Soviet.
Prime Minister Levi Eshkol met
Walwurth Barbour this week for
discussion of recent develop
ments in the Middle East in which,
it is understood, the Premier
stressed the serious view taken
by Israel concerning Jordan's
arms buildup, and that country's
request for heavy arms from the
United States.
Mr. Eshkol reportedly also
expressed concern over recent
ties between Jordan and Egypt.
There had been reports from
Cairo that Nasser may be plan-
ning to aid Jordan to strength-
en its army along the Israel bor-
der.
Foreign Minister Golda Mcir
ronferred here with Maj. Gen
' dd Bull, Chief of Staff of the
United Nations Truce Supervision
Organization. There was no indi-
cation about the subject of their
talks.
Flagler Sunday School
Sunday School classes at Flag-
ler-C.ranada Jewish Center for
1964-65 are slated to resume on
Sunday at 9 a.m.
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MESSAGE

When the occasion arises, phen*
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Miami Units Get Awards
Mrs. Gerald P. Soltz. president
of the Florida Region U Hadas-
sah, who just returned from the
50th Golden Jubilee convention of
Hadassah, the Women's Zionist
Organization of America, in Los
Angeles, has announced that the
Florida Region was one of a dozen
regions in the country to receive
a national award for membership
acquisition.
Miami Beach Federal Savings
and Loan Association extends its
sincere wishes for you and yours
for a Happy, Healthy and Prosper-
ous New Year. For myself, may I
add ... I hope there will be Good
News for you in the New Year.
To me, the Yom Kippur holiday
carries a message of Hope. What-
ever the past was, with the closing
Prayer for the Holiday, with the
'""A* blast of the Shofar. we know we are
being called together to join hands
in the hope that the future will be
better; will be brighter.
A Jew has to be an optimist.
He has to believe that life is worth
living. He has to believe thiit Prayers are answered. Any group of
people which has suffered as much as we Jews have and yet continued
on praying, hoping, believing that tomorrow will be better has to be
an optimist.
When 1 went to the Synagogue as a child with my parents, as I
listened to the prayers and saw the faces of my fellow Jews I knew
then, one had to believe the tears and die sorrows would pass and the
brighter tomorrow come in their place.
We Jews believe in miracles. We have seen them come to pass
with our own eyes, in our own time. How can anyone look at Israel
today realizing how it survived despite Hitler and other tyrants, how-
can anyone say, "I have never seen a miracle?
Count all the Prayers in all the years for this Miracle to come
to pass and how can a man say, "I am without Faith." Count all the
blessings we have found here in this Moved land of the United States
of America and how can a man say, "I am without hope."'
Yom Kippur is a sombre holiday. It is a day of cleansing our-
selves and turning a new page in the book of Life. But w hen the sun
sets and evening comes it becomes a joyous holiday for we know what-
ever the disappointments of the past, whatever the broken promises
whatever the weakness, we move ahead on a new road convinced
in our hearts there will be a future for us all, and a belter, happier day.
And with a heart overflowing for the blessings we have had in
the past and gratitude for those which will come, let us at Miami Beach
Federal Savings and Loan Association, vour neighbors, your friends
reach out to you and take vour hand and sav IIaop\ New Year Good
Health and the full joy of living for yourself and all vour loved ones.
Gabriel Ileattei
MITCHELL WOLFSON
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+Jenisi> fhrkUan
Friday, September H, \<*,
Rabbi Jonah E. Caplan 'seated), spiritual leader of Temple
Adath Yeshurun of North Miami Beach, discusses the High
Holiday services schedule with Cantor Maurice Neu (left) and
Yehuda Segal, education director of the Temple. Rabbi Cap-
lan conducts the services, and Cantor Neu chants, assisted
by the choir. Segal is in charge of the Junior Congregation.
JDC OFFICIAL IN REPORT
More Jews on Move
Than Since War's End
GENEVA (JTA1 Except
lor the "terrible years" of the
Hitler persecutions and World
War II. there has never been a
time in Jewish history when more
Jews have been on the move than
at the present time. Charles H. ]
Jordan, overseas director general
ot the American Jewish Joint
Distribution Committee, reported
her- last week. He reviewed the
.IDC's 50 years of activities on the
eve of the Jewish year 5725. JDC
V BS established November 27.
1914
He said that, during the past
three years, more than 300.000
men, women and children had
suffered the traumatic experi-
ence" of displacement Irom their
es, friends and familiar sur-
roundings, to face "an uncertain
future." He -.ad that, in all
those 50 year-, the JDC had been
looking hopelully to the daj when
it! work would finally be com-
pleted but 'today, unfortunately.
e are not at such a moment."
The 300,000 recent refugees,
he declared, had come mainly
from North Africa, but also from
countries of Eastern European
origin. About half of them
found haven in Israel, he re-
ported, and the rest mainly in
France. He called the situation
of the current Jewish refugees
"by no means desperate."
"They have food and shelter and
they have hope." he noted. How
ever, he said, their departure hac'
made an impact on the communi-
ties they left behind, particularly
in North Africa, where "the tight
ly knit fabric of centuries of Jew
ish communal life had been weak
cned and torn."
He added that, as the refugee-
come into new communities, ""their
presence create- strain.- a n c!
stresses on the Jews already
there" requiring creation of faci
lit its to serve and absorb the new
i inters and to preserve them as
Jew- He said that the task ol
the JDC "is thus still far from
done. But we never cease to hope
that the day will come when Jews
will no longer have to suffer from
the fact of being Jews."
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JERUSALEM (JTA) A dis-
pute has developed between the
Jordan Government and the Unit-
ed Nations Relief and Works
Agency for Palestine Refugees,
according to reports in the Arab
press this week.
Jordanian Premier Bahjat al
Talhouni said in Amman that his
Government would oppose any
""compromise of the refugees'
rights." He said that Dr. Seiffed- i
din al Kilani. Jordan's represen-'
tative on the Advisory Commis
-ion of UNRWA. was going to I
Beirut to attend a meeting of the
committee there. The Jordanian
Premier issued his warning in
comment on a declaration attri-
buted to Laurence Micheimore,
UNRWA Commissioner General, j
The latter was quoted as having
said he would propose, in his re-'
port to the UN. the elimination of
UNRWA ration cards.
UNRWA issued a statement at
its headquarters in Beirut, criti-
cizing "the unauthorized and
misleading disclosure" of mat-
erial attributed to Mr. Michel
more's report. The agency said
the report was still in the draft-
ing stage, and had not yet been
considered by the Advisory
Committee.
The statement added the UNRWA
"should not go on wasting [m'
on issuing rations to thousands!!
persons who were dead or 1
sent." and that the contempt
changes were aimed at taking r,
tions "away from those who Z
not need them" so that they nl
be "given to those who did.-
Over the years since UNRfi
started operating, in imjo. there
have been constant complaint!
especially by member- 0f fr
American Congress, thai there art
many deadestimated at ahou-
50.000listed among the UNRWA
ration card holders The United
States pays 70 per cent 0i
UNRWA's annual costs
Temple Israel Forum Series
Temple Israel of Greater Miami
this week announced its Town
Hall Forum series for the coming
season.
All meetings of the forum will
be held at the Temple, 137 NK
19th St., at 8:30 p.m. A question
and answer period will enable
members of the audience to par-
ticipate in the meetings.
Scheduled are the following not-
"d personalities:
Tuesday, Oct. 27. Quentin Rey-
nolds, world famous correspond-
ent, in a Talk on "Trie Decline of
Jood Taste in America."
Tuesday, Nov. 24, Harrison
Salisbury, Pulitzer Prize-winning
editor of national affairs for the
New York Times and formerly
Times correspondent in Moscow
for five years, in a talk on "A
New Look at the Soviet Chal-
lenge."
Tuesday. Mar. 23. 1965. "Emily
Kimbrough, noted writer and lec-
turer, who will he heard in re-
marks on "Listen While You
Look."
Tuesday. Apr 27. Norman Cous-
ins, editor of the Saturday Re-
view, in a talk on "World Re-
port."
Chairmen of the Forum Com-
mittee of Temple Israel are Mr.
and Mrs. Myron M. Behrman.
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Bday. September 11, 1964
^Jenist ftoridliain
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Your Yom Kippur Question Box
By
RABBI SAMUEL J. FOX
dy is the Shofar blown at the end
of the Day of Atonement?
There are a variety of reasons
i,.n for this practice. Some
bun that the Shofar is blown at
I, i of the Day of Atonement
as a reminder of the Jubilee Year*
at which time the Shofar was
blown, "to proclaim liberty
throughout the land." Since it was
blown at Hie end of the Day of
Atonement on the Jubilee Year it
is now blown after every Day of
Atonement, since the Jubilee Year
is not celebrated now as it was
Vatican Denies Ecumenical
Bent on Converting Jews
Continued from Page 1-A
controversial paragraphs on con-
version were "only" a remind-
er that, according to Paul, the
reunion of the Jewish people
ith the Catholic church consti-
tuted part of the "Christian
]iope," and that the Church
therefore waited "with confi-
dence" for the "adhesion" of the
Jewish people.
-. source compared the state-
| ii the Jews and the cruel-
i in the original and revised
i ind said the revision made
ir that the new text held
was "unjust to call this people
or to consider it cursed
by God. Saint Paul in his Letter
to the Romans assured us that
God never abandoned his elected
people." For these reasons, the
source said, "this time it had been
preferred not to speak even of dei-
i cide." The source referred to the
fact that the word deicide, which
appeared in the original version,
does not appear in the revised
draft.
A source close to the Secretar-
ial for the promotion of Christian
unity added that publication of
the full text would prove useful
because many criticisms were
made without knowledge of the
entire text.
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in ancient times due to the con-
ditions in the Diaspora.
Others claim that it was done
"to confuse the Satan," probably
in the sense .oi making him.un-
aware that the day of judgment
hud already passed. There are
some who claim that the Shofar
is blown at the end of the Day
of Atonement to indicate the great
festive joy with which the night
after the Day of Atonement is
celebrated. Some claim that there
is also a practical reason for
blowing the Shofar on the evening
after the Day of Atonement. They
say it is done to announce through-
out the community to the house-
wives the fact that they can now
begin preparing the meal after
the fast of the Day of Atonement.
*
Why is it a tradition to exclaim
"next year in Jerusalem" upon
hearing the Shofar blown af-
ter the Day of Atonement?
The Talmud tells us that the
Messiah will come during the
month upon which the Day of
Atonement falls (Tishri). His
coming is expected to be herald-
ed by a blast of the Shofar. Since
! the people of Israel are .it their
purest state after fasting and be-
ing penitent on the Day of Atone-
ment, the moment after the Day
oi Atonement is the right occasion
[or ius coming. The exclamation
next year in Jerusalem"" is a
means oi expressing our confi-
dence that he will came and is
to be expected at any moment.
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UnishfkrHiir
Friday, SMt -t
Browsitf With Ifa; By tUUIY MaWOUM
The Rabbi Should Know How Good it Can be Here
FRIDAY THE.RABBI SLEPT LATE. By Harry
Kmlman. 223 pp. Naw York: Crown, -.! Park
Ae. Soa*h. $3.*5.
THE COMPLETELY -tarthng titlewhat, mi-
~ --: mir.van''is only the frr*t of many
arj this delightful book It's a murder
it.: ataxy an unorthodox mystery." the publisher-
Cill it. pun in cheek Rabbi David Small is a mar-
vdOU figure and surery a somewhat unbkely onnne
npcct But unfortunately there is all tfeat evi-
dence: the body of a young blonde girl found
: ngJed an the Temple grounds and her haarl-
left in the rabbi's own ear parked in the Tern
pie lot
Of tNW, the rabbi i in many wtjt ordinary
might say even typical He is undmg up
hi first >ear ith the congregation under a cloud
of di;se.-.a3,_ijjh, hi- contract statical very much^
;n doubt ir non-Jewish fnends don't on-
-trr-tand that twenty minute- after a rabbi land?
^ there** a prorabbi and an anti-rabbi party
1 hey can't understand how *ue members of the
.regatior. tan become anu-rabbi ju't because
:hey don't like the kind of hats his wife wears.
!?' rotitine with as When a rabbi takes over
a new pu*p;t. there rs a group made up of fnends
of the last rabbi that is automatically opposed to
bin "
But the rabbi, whose unflinching honesty and
uperb intellect have not enoeared him to hi- con-
gregation beinz much sharper than the crease in
his treu*er \ has another quality which worries
Chief ef Police Hugh Lanigan as much as it does
-oir.e af the congregant- The rabbi, highly train-
ed in the intricacies of pilpul. Taimudic mterpre
,vJiob- has.the ft-rent a-pect of a problem from
euosideritloa. In fact, he go*? straij
mud to do so. '*
It's a splendid, clever story, in which.
of faith and ethic* and even Iheol
tegral part of the plot Harry Kesaejo^c .
the creator of the Nicky Welt mystery nonc
"Eilery Queen's Mystery Magazine. -< .
has bet friends are rabbis. There oo<
gives sne pause, however, in which Xt,- rM
his wife are -peaking of aaother rabb: r*
three jobs because his wife wore -r. rts
HMlA "He finally got a job urth a raagieft
down in Florida.' he says, -where | ,.e.. .
body dresses that way."
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you
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i
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Continual l'n P*e 1-A
ere to "res I l protest
self-depreciation and frogmen-
spiritual impoverishment "
Prime Minister Levi Eshkol
expressed the hope in his greet-
ing that the new year would
"bring its blessing to those who
art davctad ro our Land and to
those who cngaj* in its de-
fense."
Turning to I om-
itii in n I I

Mr
-h com-
'h<- lai
here the)
...
the
ifhne&s, and prevented from com-
and joining their families in
el Wo know their distre -
They are our brothersin the
past, 'li" present and th<- future
in suffering an-l in hope; we wish
them j year ol pride and redemp-
tion "
Voicing the jjreetin^s of the Is-
rael Government "to our millions
ol brothers in the Lands of abund-
ant." Premier Eshkol declared:
Ma> this year be a year of deep-
enfng their Jewish identity, a year;
"I fruitful activity on behalf of
Jen ish education, and the
strengthening of Israel."
Other messages of New Year
greetings were extended by Ash-
kenazi Chief Rabbi Isser Yehuda |
Lnterman. Scphardic Chief Rabbi
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1964
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Mvvy^^^^^^^^M^M^^^^^^
Empty Seats
At Demo Ccnfab
By MAX LERNER
There have been two conventions, not one. here at Atlantic City,
w was the business of organizing an election victory over the enemy
tamp The other was the struggle for the empty Mississippi seats
m the iloor of the conventiona struggle more drama-packed than the
toning of th endless array of platform-reciters, and with potentials
kir destroying Lyndon Johnson, Hubert Humphrey and the whole cam-
[aign Of history in which they will be engaged for the coming months.
Those empty seats were a symbol of the dangerous vacuum in
It,,, soi .. loii is dying and no other has yet been born to take its place. The
Irederuials Committee did the best it could with the Mississippi prob-
kfo and canif up with a tolerable compromise formula. The day
i'l |il htte delegations from Southern states is over and happily it
[ill ni er return. The ancient regime of the South is dead as that
th'ch the French Revolution swept away. But there ought to be a
J-iik nd more creative way of replacing it than the French found.
|n (I i
bda>
bats
,\y wi'h less turbulence and violence than is being displayed
i Attic a and Asia. That is the task lacing not just the Demo-
i it the nation itself.
i '
T- Democrats succeeded in keeping a floor fight from breaking
over the empty seats. But within the Mississippi Freedom Party
he : miliar scene repeated itself, of leaders who brought a militant
hovement into being only to have the movement smack them in the
lace Alien they found their compromise solution (which was a sub-
It.m: i victor- rejected their followers, it should have surprised no
kne u'o has studied the history of revolutions, as one must guess
IIh-( leaders have done. That is what happens in revolutions: they
levoui those who invoke them.
The Freedom Party delegates who took possession of the empty
lississ ppi seats made a symbolic display of their political will to the
latioi It was a wise decision to allow them to keep possession for;
lu' rening. But whatever the token victory, this doesn't solve the
?ruble ..
It is the problem of how you manage to get a consensus. This
the ev magic word amon, platform makers and political commen-
tators, and like other fashionable words it has blurred edges but packs
real meaning within them. There are some contests that are strug-
gles to the death, where the combatants have nothing in common ex-
cept their will to destroy each other. There is no consensus between
hem. There are other contests where, after you have subtracted the
llemt'** of conflict, there is a body of first principles that remains.
In which even the combatants agree. That common area is a con-
Ben su.
Trt
HensuaJ
sal stri
1 great
|oliti< i
Lyndon Johnson is by any estimate one of the great artists of
knsensual politics in our time. He can afford to lose Mississippi and
Jabama: he cannot afford to lose the whole South, including his own
Itate ( Texa- His task is to make common cause with the liberal
Sncl moderate Republicans whom Goldwater has abandoned, and to
ive expression to the surging hopes and claims of the black Americans
it h< isinj ur-t principles.
It is a problem in consensus which will tax even his remarkable
Hoiitii i ihstftu -
I am certain that Johnson is leader enough, and that the Demo-
trats part;, re-olute and creative enough, to discover this con-
Tensu; If they lail then on some future occasion those empty Mis-
pssippi -eats will be filledbut by people who have very little to do
nth what our kind of America stands for.
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history of American party politics has been that of a con-
politic-, unlike the European, which has been that of ideologi-
ggle-to-the-death. The Republicans, at San Francisco, made
parade of breaking away from their tradition of consensual
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Miami. Florida, Friday, September 11, 1964
Section B
Women Set for Stellar Bond Push

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Rece.ving the warm congratulations of the Roosevelt family
from Eliiott Roosevelt, second son of the late President and
Mrs Franklin Delano Roosevelt, and of Leonard Rosen, chair-
mar of the Greater Miami Isiael Bond Organization, is Mi-
am: s own Anna Brenner Meyers. Mis. Meyers, chairman of
the Israel Bond Women's Division, has been named to receive
the coveted Eleanor Roosevelt-Israel Humanitarian Award.
The -.esentation will be made at a luncheon in the Fontaine-
blecu Hotel in November.
Localitcs returning from travels
abroad report that "there is hard-
ly a corner of the world where the
fame of the Greater Miami Wom-
en's Division tor Israel Bonds and
its dynamic leader. Mrs. Anna
Brenner Meyers, has not been
felt."
Under Mrs. Meyers chairman
Ship, the Women's Division has
achieved recognition for its part
in helping 1 make Miami the
hading Israel Bond city m the
world on a per capita basis. A-
the community entered the New
Ye'-ir, the Women's Division read-
ied plans tor its role in many of
the Israel Bond functions which
will highlight the Fall season.
SI ill basking in the glow of the
la Hadassah 16th Birthday
Luncheon last spring. which
brought together nearly 1.00*)
women in a gigantic effort for Is-
rael Bonds, members of the divi |
sion were busy preparing for thi j
forthcoming St. Laurent Israe
Fashion Festival to take place ir
November.
It is at Ibis occasion that the
Eleanor Roosevelt-Israel Humani
larian Award will be presented tt
Mrs. Meyers as "the woman who
best parallels the ideals, the ded
icated humanitarianisnn and de- j
rot ion to Israel exemplified by the
late Mrs Eleanor Roosevelt."
The activities of the Women's
Division for Israel Bonds are an
integral part of the entire Israel
Bond effort, including numerous
functions undertaken by syna-
gogues and organizations. A sig-
tiificanl role in synagogue dinners
is played by the sisterhood-.
Highlighting the part played by
women in the Greater Miami Is-
ael Bond effort will be their role
I the Ambassador's Ball in De-
ember, climaxing the Israel Bond
year.
Phi Sig's Hold
General Meet
Phi 'Sigma Sigma Sorority
Alumnae Chapter ol Greater
Miami held a general meeting
last Thursday at the home of
Mrs. My Lipson. 409 Miller Rd.
Mrs. Roberta Stepkin. president.
Beta Theta Chapter. Phi Sigma
Sigma at the University ol Miami.
presented a preview of campus
activities for i%4-65.
Honored "for many years of selfless service to Israel were
two of Miami's best-known women leaders. Mrs. Sam Blank
and Mrs. Carl Weinkle, shown here with Mt<- T;tma Eshkol
Shochat, daughter of Prime Minister Levi Eshkol. of Israel.

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It as like old times tin- sum-
r Rev. Jacob D. and Sylvia
i 1 1321 14th Ter. Son
Mai in here from New York, and
ter Phyllis, now Mrs. Jud-
ah Rosenberg, visiting from
Ram.t Gan, Isiael One most
Important ingredient added
[srai li-bom granddaughter Naava
whose lather. Dr. Judah Rosen
berg, was unable to join his
family because of a special
Army assignment Friends
and relatives who entertained
the young people, Rabbi and
Mrs. Alexander S. Gross, Cantor
and Mrs. Abraham Self, Mrs.
Gertrude Seidner. Mrs. Stanley
Conn and Mrs. Marshall Shapo
... Silver lining in the cloud Of
their departure they missed
Cleo.

A really happy holiday for the
Maury Sheins and Sam Falicks
pretty Judi (nee Falick) and
spouse Barry Shein are local
residents again, having spent
several years in Lakeland, Fla.
. The young couple have a
new home address. 2021 NW
190th Ter and "Tax Expert"
Barry is in the brand new Fed-
eral Building on Flagler St. .
Another delighted member of
the family. Judi's grandmother,
Lillian Bernstein .
Sail away and happy birth-
day," sang over 100 irrepres-
sible teen-agers helping Joyce
Lynn Kline celebrate her 16th
birthday as the -Dream Boat"
moved away from Pier 5
last Saturday night The
ship was decorated in red
and white, refreshments were
served al fresco, and the lively-
Cross Fires Band knew all the
beats for the Mashed Potato, the
Bird. Continental, the Fly, and
the Frug Escorting the pret-
tv honoree. daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. Marshall Kline, 2600 Alatka,
was Lee Rosenblatt Guests
included Joyce's younger sis-
ters, Linda and Jill, grandmoth-
ers Jennie Schwartz and Eliza-
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"JenlsliflcrMfon
Friday, Sep,embei
IL
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By EDYTHE SCHINDLER
From Ant Buttons, She Protects a Park
When Sara
Harris and her
husband operat
ed a drug store
almost forty
years ago in St.
Petersburg. Fla .
they had ant- In
their pantry, in their soda foun-
tain, their food containerants
just everywhere The lady from
New York was appalled.
"I just couldn't stand the
: nt< said Sara Harris, her lips
>tretched thin in a grimace ot
distate. "St) I began messing
around in the back of the drug-
store with concoctions. Finally
I came up with a preparation
which I mixed with a candy-like
ibstance. The question wa?
hat put il in" Around the
.ton were lots >>i old bottle i
I decide I i i use them, i s ake I
big wasbtub ami then
10k out the cork-filler with an
pick I dried the cap.- an
ainted out the soda pop's name
: filled the caps with my insecti
cirle and behold Ant Button-'
111 born
'I put the ant buttons out in
roves and soon found dead
ml hills. I recognized the fact
that I'd created an item which
ould be helpful to other- as
ell as to myself"
Soon Sara Harris was traveling
over the state to introduce and
demonstrate her item. They were
-old by house-to-house peddlers.
Many a student worked his way
through college selling --ant but
tons." A demand was created,
-nd today they are sold by the
biggest jobbers in the country
..nd are listed in many mail or-
der catalogues. They are distri-
buted nationally aad in many
foreign countries
Finally Success
Sara Harris traveled to South
frica and Liberia to find ant
hills taller than a man. "Today.
1 get orders from rubber planta-
tions all Over Africa." said Mr-
Harris. Mis-ionaries spread the
-:ood word about "ant buttons."
Today if anyone has ants in their
pantry, there's just no excuse.
For the past twenty five years.
>ara Harris has pledged $1,000
year from the sale of her pro
duct to the Food Fair chain to
with the same wants and needs
Mrs. Harris like- the primi-
tive, the unspoiled places on
earth best She feels good in
the wilderne-s; -he feels closer
to God.
Keeping the Link
Wherever I go." .she said. I
look for .lews I've found old
ladies with 'sheitels' in the wild-
erness. Once on a safari in
Africa. I went through a remote
village and saw a woman stand-
ing in front of a store. I saw
a Jewess, and I went up to her
and -aid 'Shalom And she an-
MRS. SAM HARR!S
'sheitel' in the wilderness
the United Jewish Appeal. She
is keenl) interested in the medi-
cal school of the Hebrew Uni-
versity and has made a bequest
for ;. revolving lund for Israeli
students at the universitj
People Enchant Her
A widow for over thirty years,
Sara Harris has worked hard and
steadily, managing her business
and her life. Sitting in her ocean
view living room at 1200 Ocean
Dr.. Miami Beach, surrounded
by the paraphernalia acquired
over a lifetime, the word or
symbol, if you will, "involve-
ment." comes to mind. Listen
to her remember her wanderings
around the world, and always it
is the people who enchanted her.
Linger a moment, she will, of
course, over the wonder of the
highest peak in the world, the
grandest city, the caves lighted
by glow worms, but inevitably her
tongue trembles over the man
spoiled by hunger, by hopeless-
ness, bjl exploitation of his fel-
low.
"I've traveled to about every
part of the earth that a human
can live in. I've been to six con-
tinents, remote islands. I go
off the beaten path." said Sara
Harris. "1 know what the world
and people look like. And I've
found people the same all over
Women's OUT Plans Conference
Mrs Florence M Rosenthal, t)f
Jamaica, NY., and Mrs. Philip
Kear. of Philadelphia. Pa., have
been named co-chairmen of the
upcoming National Board confer-
ence of Women's American ORT
The conference, to be held Oct
13 to IS at the Hotel Georgian
Terrace in Atlanta, will attract
500 delegates representing 60.000
members of the organization in
450 chapters throughout the coun-
try.
The co-chairmen announced
that the conference will hear ad-
dresses at its opening session by
M. Daniel Mayer, former French
Minister of Labor, and at present
chairman of the Executive Com-
mittee of the World ORT Union
and president of the League for
the Rights of Man. and by Hon.
Nahum Shamir. Economic Minis-
ter of Israel to the United States.
The conference will be greeted by
Mayor Ivan Allen Jr.. of Atlanta.
The co-chairmen said that the
conference will focus on the in-
creasingly grave problem of ac-
commodating applicants to ORT
vocational schools on five conti-
nents, especiallv in France and
I-rael
Einstein Group
Opens Season
On Monday, at 12:30 p.m the
Albert Einstein Group ol Hadas-
sah will hold its opening meet-
ing of the 1964-65 year at the Wash-
ington Federal Auditorium in No.
Miami Beach.
Members and friends will be
welcomed by the new officers and
chairmen. Dessert and coffee
will be served, and a donor credit
will be available.
Following a brief business
meeting, there will be a social
hour for cards.
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jMNd Shalom^ I ake long-
ed tor most of all. there in the
wilderness, was for a traveling
rubbi. one who would pass
through her village every so ol
ten and keep up the link"
Wherever Sarah Harris travels,
she attempts to locate Jewish
friends and relatives Ions mis-
ing. These guests have proved
fruitful time and again.
She hat been to Israel many
times, the first being in 1935. and
has watched the country emerge.
Five cousins were brought out
of Europe and settled there
where they live today in pros
P**y. Vet anxious ,
animosity of the Arab
No Mr- narris ^
a Plan to have br0B
or a bust of the first
Miami Beach j. j;
erected m-noe^^
his name. The site of u
ment buildm. on Oceaaa
the former Lummus hW _
it is from Mr LummuTSi
accepted the mandate 71
server of Lummus Part; 1
Friendship With Lin*
Lummus (ores** attend
wittle awaj a) the land vj
cated for a park lor all ftJ
pie. He also had the
to involve Sara Harn- .
dream. For that dream fc-i
in the -tr g : vlng haaij
heart of Sar
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Hy-elected national president of Hadas&ah, the Women's
st Organization of America, Mrs. Mortimer Jacobson
er) is flanked by two members of the National Board of
iaSsah from Miami. Mrs. Gerald P. Solte (left), regional
ident. and Mrs. Irwin Liss, member of the National Serv-
[committee, at the recent national convention of the or-
zation in Los Angeles, Calif. ^______________
rards Will Go to Campers
Sunday, second annual swim i
open to boys and girls 9 to
Mil be held at the Surfside j
..ninity Center. In addi/on,
ds will be presented for the ]
ter's summer long races.
Chase Federal Savings and j
Association among donors,
nal day of summer camp at
Center on Aug. 28 was also
1 Awards Day with Gloria
,r. Center's assistant director.
Iincing the following who re-
honors:
MM improved swimmer. Philip
ien, Linda Bowen. Julie Cal-
i'ud Brosilow; physical fit
, Ramon Fernandez. Debbie
Best camper of the summer.
row Stoller, Sherri Fitelson.
tost weekly campers: Harold
iITei-. Itarley Berlant. Scott Port-
it. | obert Peppercorn, Lee Ep-
ed Brosilow, Ramon Fer-
fed
nandez, David Gale, David Pop-
per, Douglas Van Wart, Julie Cal-
vet, Sharon Chasen, Linda Bow-
en. Roberta Levine. Vicki Molko,
Joy Molko, Barbara Chasen, Le-
nore Katz. Randie Rose, Maxine
Schy. Sandy Weider.
Honor awards to: Anita Shep-
pard. Julie Calvet. Maxine Schy,
Roberta Levine. Linda Bowen.
Richard Miller. Douglas Van Wart.
Mike Stoller.
Counselor- Nancy Levin and
Merle Freidin assisted Camp
Supervisor Lou Hayes in giving
out the awards.
Miami Social Club
First meeting of the season for
Miami Friendly Social Club will
i),- held on Sunday, 2 p.m.. in the
Beth Fl Auditorium, 500 s\V nth
St. Coming projects and events
will be discussed.


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joyous
new ye<\R
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from a two month soj
'" --nd Switzerland, but
. the hvu
. in Switzerland to
fen weeks with her
i there A i l
Miami Beach High, where he also
playi on the tennis team, 16-
irnered addition-
well in the sport wl
Won tennis tourna-
ent in Villara, Switzerland.
France, and made
the quarter finals in Biarritz .
\n extended tour of the Can-
adian Rockies and California in
Augu-t for Roz ami Gerry Soltz
with traveling companion^ Anita
and Ed Cohen Foursome
found Banff. Lake Louise J
Victoria. Seattle, San Fran-
Tahoc and Yosemite
" nious" Itinerary
d m that West C
minal point, Loj Angel
lied in time for Roz and
' to attend the Had
nvention
The former
: .Miami
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the tripcom i
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First visit home
rii December 1
Sam I. S
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let ply
[nnui
and
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!li- bride t< ai be school in
o enamored with
her first look at the Gold Coast
she has voiced the heretical wish
to live here Before return
ing to the British Isles, the
South Floridian
Wins Award
Mimi Rappoport, daughter of
Mrs. Harold Rappoport, 751 Fla-
mingo Way, No. Palm Beach, has
received a merit award from the
Dairy Council of South Florida.
Mimi was baby-sitting one day
yhen a frantic neighbor dashed
in screaming that her son, Paul
10, was at the bottom of the pool.
Mimi, who had spent a lot of time
this summer diving and swim-
ming, went to the rescue and sav-
ed the child.
I The 16-year-old attends Temple
Beth El Synagogue in West Palm
Beach.
The Dairy Council is interested
in achievers in many fields, and
young people through twelfth
grade are eligible. They have a
continuing program to honor
achievements of school age young
people in Palm Beach County, and
nomination" may be made to Miss
Sip Taylor, 5 Coconut Row, Palm
lieach.
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in Miami, and
:
Our her
much | in monej w hile at
law school bj titm
at th- Fontainebleau,
r that resort .
Am< n
rod Larry

Fred and Helen Arthur and
- are back at
their North Dade home yetting
r .'-ral win'' r -
The Arthur.-, -pent the
mer here while Fred built a new
luxury apartment house in North
Miami Beach Did managi I
set awi thi Ki
fishing and boating
the
Pi at the Ni Vork
!
Esther and

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Ben-
Ga A J me gi
if gh. Rich-
I is the son of Mi Art
< /.ipp
A holiday vacation in I
Mr- James Gri|
and -yln
Miami Kuth and

liieh H I) Days with dau|
ra, husband Rabbi Jack M
;. -pintual leader of
in Larchmont. N Y and
their two curly headed moppets
It's a Ion.! ni sinci thi
ties Aviva and Banana,
"re will tx
I i
ndpa rents
rin.

Temple Judea will hold its annual Yom Kippui icnceoj
r.esday evening in the Temple's Recrectxr.'.--:' '- /"'.
pians for the occasion me Mr.. Abraham St.
Hy Lipson, co-chairmen. They will be cs, ul'H
Kopolow, Mrs. Lester Mcrgolis. and Mrs. B,
I -a .11 be served by Sisterhood
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Friday. September
<^fn the tKealnt of *S^ociet\f
IVei n< r Knhn
MRS. RICHARD WOLf
W.-r n.-i In
MRS. EDWARD KAY
Wolf, Krolick to Live in Kew Gardens
Newly-weds Mr. and Mrs. Rich-
. (I Wolf will live in Kew Gar-
dens, N.Y A honeymoon in Ja-
aica followed their marriage on
Miss Bresth
Weds Lee Savitt
Sydcll Louise Bresth became the
ii Of Barry Lee Savitt on Mon-
y, Aug. 3. at Temple Israel. Dr. :
si | 'i Narol \\ a> officiating rah-'
Daughter ol Mi- Sydnej Bresth,
00 SH 64th \ve .hhI Mrs. Mur
I Bresth, of Miami Beach, the
ide was attended b) her sister.
. in > Bresth
The bridegroom's brother Joel
i served as his best man*-
arc tin -nil- i.i Mr aiiil Mrs
Savitt. 2'.,:,] Sheridan Ave
Following a honeymoon in .la
an a. the newlyweds will live in
.- >uUi Miami.
A graduate oi Coral Gables
High, the new Mrs. Savitt attend
.1 American High School "i Mex-
ico City. Mexico. Chapel Hill of
V. altham. Mass and the Inner
sity oi Miami.
Her bridegroom i- a graduate
< i Miami Beach High, and will
eceive a degree from the Uni-
..rsity of Miami in January. 1965
Saturday, Aug. 29, at the Barce-
lona Hotel.
For the late nuptials perform
ed by Rabbi Samuel April, the
former Phyllis Adrian Krolick
wore a floor length bridal gown of
embroidered organdy and carried
lilies-of-thevalley with w h i t e
roses
Maid of honor was Ann Green-
house Bridesmaids Included
Adele Epstein, Rosalyn Dunn and
Sue Ellen Kogan
Serving as best man iu- Felix
Woll peter Wolf. Marshall Tan
ner and Steve Freiman ushered.
A recepti 'n at the hotel follow-
ed the ceremonj
ighter Ol Mr and Mrs N^r
K.uluk 2285 SW 27th St..
Ihe bride i- a graduate of Miami
Miiau Huh and attended Emory
University. She will receive a de-
gree from Adelphia University in
June, 1*.H)5. and is a member of
Alpha Ensilon Phi Sorority.
Now associated with Seagrams.
Richard Wolf is an alumnus of
Miami Beach Senior High. Geor-
gia Institute of Technology and
has an MBA degree from Emory
University. His fraternity is Phi
Epsilon Pi.
Parents of the bridegroom are
Mr. and Mrs. Felix Wolf, formerly
of Miami Beach, now of New Or-
leans, La.
Reception Follows
Freedman, Kay
Wedding Here
A reception and dinner follow-
ed the wedding of Jacqueline Lin-
i.a Freedman to Edward Mark Kay
at the Algiers Hotel on Sunday
evening, Aug. 30 Rabbi David
Shapiro officiated
Parents of the newlyweds are
Mr. and Mr- David Freedman.
ol York, Pa., and Mr. and Mrs.
Sidney Kay, of Hollywood, Fla.
For the ceremony, the bride
wore a traditional lull-length gown
el tulle and chantilly lace. It was
Styled with a scalloped sabrina
neckline, lace panel and V point
waistline Attending the new
Mrs. Kaj were Mrs. Beulah Levi
tan. matron of honor. Judy En-
teen, Amelia Fraser, Marjorie Jar
rett, Barbara Levitan and Patti
Mackauf Laurie Scharf and Nan
O Kaj served as junior brides-
maid, and Susan Scofield was
flower girl.
Best man was Richard Kay
Norman Enteen, David Levine,
Larry Insel, Robert Ho-- and
Richard Thompson ushered
Former Miss Freedman attend
ed the University ol Miami, when
she was secretary of dormitory.
Hurncanette and M a r j o r e t t e
Queen of America. 1963 Her
sorority is Phi Sigma Sigma
A 1963 alumnus of the Univer-
sity of Florida, the bridegroom
attends the university's Law
School and is vice president of
South Brow aid Young Democratic
Cluh
Kay and hi- bride will live at
US N i: 9th st Gainesville.
52 Association
Has Card Party
The 52 Association ol Greater
Miami held a card party last
Thursday evening at the South
gate Tower Apt-
Mrs Frances Levine was in
charge ol reservations
The Association directs it- en
ergies to bringing entertainment
t the patients at the Veterans
Hospital in Coral Gables and finan
cial aid to their families.
MisS WeinstOCk, New Religious Method
Mr. Rosenberger
Betrothal Told
Mr. and Mrs Solomon Siegel an-
lunce the engagement of their
aughter, Cynthia Mirrell Wein-
stock, to David Rosenberger.
The bride-elect is a graduate of
ia,ni Beach High attended Day-
na Junior College. University ol
and graduated from "the
ebrew Universit) ol Jerusalem,
-rat I, with a BS RN, and nils
grees she presi
at the World's Fair in the I
a\ illion
The future bridegroom, son ol
i and Mrs Lester Rosenbei
N iw York City, received his BA
egree at the Bernard M. Baruch
School Business, and graduated
in public administration at City
illege of New York. He served
ith the U.S. Army in Europe,
nd is presently employed by the
Department of Labor of New York
>tat.'.
An early wedding is planned.
Congregation B'nai Raphael has
introduced its new classroom de-
partmental system, establishing
i new trend in Jewish education.
In addition to the regular sub-
ject- like Hebrew, tradition and
history, each group is taught pray
r and liturgical Chassidic and Is-
raeli music under the direction of
Cantor Jack Lerner.
Post-Yom Kippur Social
Following Yom Kippur observ-
ncos at Tifereth Israel, a dance
(cial will be held there starting
t 8:30 p.m. Refreshments will
i* served.
Temple Youth
Open House
At Or Olom
Open House social lor Temple
or Olom Y 1st )i Group la schedul-
ed for Sunda) at the Temple from
7 to Agenda for the first meeting ol
Ihe new year will include dlsCUS-
sion of plans for 1964-65.
Social will include dancing, re-
freshments, and the "Amazing
Berkeley Mind-Reading Act." with
Charles Folds, of TV Ch. .7.
Youth Committee Co-Chairmen
Mrs. Herbert Seltman and Mrs.
I.eon Darlow invite teen-agers of
the community to the Open House
and to regular meetings held every
other Sunday evening at the
Temple.
An Affair
kKemcmbcr...
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Miss Babel Weds
Warren Liebman
Pedestal urn* heaped with lav-
ender and white mums decorated
the center aisle of Temple Beth
Sholom lor the wedding ol Leslie
Babel and Warren s Liebman on
Sunday, Aug 30.
Rabbi Leon Kronish performed
the afternoon ceremony, which
was followed l>> a reception at
the Temple.
Daughter ol Mr and Mrs. Nor-
man Babel, 820 44th St.. the bride
was attended by Linda Berman.
maid ol honor. Nancy Kreinberg
and the bridcgroom"s sister, Mel-
ya Liebman. Cynthia Morgan
was in charge of the bride's book.
Served by Sidney Stern, best
man. Joel V "hen and Barry
Crown, ushers, the bridegroom is
the -on ol Mr and Mrs Victor
l iebman, 1225 Marseille Dr.
Carrying a cascade arrange-
ment ol white orchids on her con-
tinuation Bible, the bride -elect
ed a candlelight empire style
n with A line -kirt. White
-.tin applique roses covered the
short-sleeved bodice and decorat-
ed the border of the panel train
A matching applique decorated
the linen pillbox from which tell
the shoulder length candlelight ii
n veil
Now in In- senior sear at the
L'niversitj ol Miami, the bride
groom attended tii.' university ot
Florida and was affiliated with
Tail Kp-ilon Phi Fraternity. New
Mrs. Liebman attended Kendall
College and the University of
Miami
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MRS. WARKtN S lIHAt-v
v .'. |j v. eds, hoi
Jamaica, will in, .,
6th Av
Beth Am Brotherhood
Temple Beth \:n Broth-rid
will sponsor a Yum Ki|>i>
at the close of the holiday on '
nesday at 9 p m President t!
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Jen/** FkriHin
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:i :i,i.i.
. tzXtbout J-^coplc and f^L
(AN IN THE HIGH HAT
as a dinner dance in the ballroom at
[Bay Country^ Club lor the Variety CltlS.
ndlcr was mighty proud of ber husband,
i'hen be was given a plaque for public ser-
the hospital. Among the crowd were the
I.evines. Kill Kruglaks, Art Apples, Jos-
luskins. Shay Foremans, Buddy llalpcrts,
Jacobsons, Rena Broidy and the Murray
Mil's. The only decorations were the
the high-hatted barker in the midst ol a
a. l
hS THISAWAY
aiil.vn and Sam Levine went down lsla-
way lor a lost weekend with their chil-
lack, Randi, Michael and Nanci. Robert
homehe's just a wee bit too young. All
gang caught red snapperexcept Sam.
lught a bad sunburn. When he said, "Was
ace red,'' he meant just that.
IER GRADUATION
da and Alex Miller just got a cable from
i. Jay, in Jerusalem. He graduated
si vi liver ity in Now York and hopes
;! th' Mirrer for a year. Before he
! '-" had a wonderful visit with
in- and brother, Franklin. Franklin
Antioch College, and Rabbi and Mrs.
er Gross gave Jay a lovely bon voyage
r
to
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^OSTCN PARTY (NOT TEA)
Woll Brown was ninety years young, and his
lily nil trekked in to Rhode Island to help
celebrate. From Miami Beach went his
u liter. Ruth (Mrs. Harold i Shapiro and Git
^v Morrisi Uerick Git's daughter. Joy. and
h- husband, David May, were there too. One
tear-old brother went from Boston, as well
fe;
aces ...
as the birthday boy's kid brother. Jack. Mr.
Brown said that he would like the same kind
oi party every week.
THAT'S A GRAND PRIZE
Marilyn is glad that her husband, Howard
Ayares, is in the automobile business, and he
won a trip to Paris and London. She went along,
and first they had to see the Simca factory with
iis assembly line production They went to
Stradford-on-Avon to see the Shakespeare Fes-
tival. In Pans, they went to a fabulous party
at the Baton Rouge When they cruised down
the Seine and saw the lighted dome of Notre
Dame, .Marilyn says that it was like a dream
out ol a fairy book Now Marilyn is most anxious
for Howard to win another prize.
HERE AND THERE
Dr. and Mrs. Norman Russ just came home
from thereEurope. They retraced their Euro-
pean trip of last year, but this time they took
daughter Lori. Seeing Europe through a 12-year-
old's eyes is definitely an experience. Lori
wrote to Sarah Frishman that "Home is the
most" .
Betty and Myer Friedman are waiting to
-cr if their son. Howard, who is touring Europe
with a friend, George Sax. will follow up his
cable of "Arrived Sate" with some letters.
Maybe he will just wait until he arrives home
:n time lor the opening of the semester at the
Universit) of Miami to tell them the high-
lights .
Those California medical conventions are
work for the doctors, but fun for their families,
.Muriel and Marc went along with Dr. Alexander
Libow. Mai's big blue eyes grew even bigger
.is he was entranced with the hills of San Fran
Cisco and the cable cars.
FRANCES LEHMAN
Miss Groden Now
Mrs. Brooks
Janice Groden and Martin Ger- I
aid Brooks were married Sunday
evening, Aug. 30, at Beth David.
Rabbi Norman N. Shapiro of-
ficated at the double ring can-
dlelight perejnony followed by a
reception and dinner in Spector
Hall.
The bride is the daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Groden. "t
South Miami, and the groom is
the son of Mr. and Mrs. Charles
Brooks, of Treasure Island.
The bride chose a traditional
wedding gown of silk organza
over peau de soie. The skirt was
a full bell with the fitted bodice
covered with lace and scattered
with pearls. The tiered French
illusion fell from a pearl and
crystal headpiece. She carried an
arrangement of lilies-of-the-vaiiey
and white orchids.
Mrs. Max Engel was matron of
honor. Bridesmaids were Rose-
mary Rudolph and Harriet Man-
ning. Roberta Groden served as
flower girl.
David Schomp. of Oklahoma.
Associated Photogro ihei a
MRS. MARTIN BROOKS
The bride is now attending th
was best man. Ushers were Stev- University of Miami. The grooi
en Field, Donald Kovnot, Ronald is also attending the Universit
Lowenthal and Paul Prince. Slier-, of Miami, where he is majoring
win Levine was soloist. in data processing.
HI .
tadeffs Off
Puerto Rico
Honeymoon
i ception and formal dinner
Fontalnebleau Hotel follow-
Ihc yellow and white wedding
re oi ihe former Mildred Ruth
ne) Coleman and Elliott
Hani Alhadeff on Sunday. Aug.
Officiating rabbi at the double
candlelight ceremony was Dr.
eph Narot, of Temple Israel,
laughter of Mr. and Mrs. Leon
Coleman, 4615 Prairie Ave.,
bride was given in marriage
her father. Her only attend-
was her maternal grandmoth
^H Mrs. Herbert Abrams.
H'hr bridegroom is the son of
Mr- Matilda Alhadeff. of Mont-
gomery. Ala., and the late Victor
Alh;i'leff. Attending him were
Mm "is Dale, best man, and
^Barlrs Coleman, usher.
Up.' -pending a honeymoon in
Jhic''. Rico, the newlyweds will
Hntiime their education at the
University of Alabama, where
Hth are students. Mr. Alhadeff
I a member of Alpha Epsilon Pi,
BckiI fraternity. His bride is a
^padiMtc of Miami Beach Senior
ih.
MRS. EII.I0T ALHADEFf
Reinhard, Kazer
Eye June Rites
Mr. and Mrs. Ben P. Kazer. 3524
SW 3rd Ave., announce the en-
gagement of their daughter, Jud-
ith Ellen (Cooki), to Sanford Neil
Reinhard. son of Mr. and Mrs.
Harold ltenihard. of 1631 Coral
C.atc Dr. "
The happy news was shared by
the 25(1 guests who attended the
Bar Mitzvah of their son. Ralph
Kazer, at Beth David Synagogue
on Aug. 23.
The bride-elect is an honor
graduate of Miami Senior High
School, where she was president
of Phi Delta Gamma Sorority. She
recently returned Irom England.
having studied at the University
of Nottingham for the past year.
She will be going back to Sophie
N'ewcomb in New Orleans to com-
plete her studies in January. A
member of Sigma Delta Tau Sor-
ority, she is a Dean's List student
and a Tulane Scholar.
Mr. Reinhard. a graduate of the
Hebrew Academy and Miami Sen-
ior High School, is now a pre-law
student at Yeshiva University in
New York. A Dean's List student,
he will be graduated in June.
The couple plan a summer wed
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American Aviation in i
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1 i bride wore [ktor-lengtfa lilk
beaded p<-au de iota wedding gown
.th i icoopad neckline. The
bridal crown waa an open bill box
in a beaded peau de soie with a
ibort veil, and .she carried white
rosea and liliea-of-the-valley.
Maid of honor was Mrs. Michael
Allison, of Atlanta, Ga. Bride-
maids were Phyllis and Nancy
Appkebaum, Mra. Richard Frank-
4 el. Carol Saiderman, Joyce Frank
i and Jacqueline Kohn. ol New
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World Assembly of
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I activities included a com
rlete tour of Israel, a reception
by the Mayor of Haifa, the Pres-
ident of State of Israel and the
Haifa. Jerusalem and Tel Aviv
branches of the Israel Medical
Ai wciation.
Luncheon meetings were held
at the two medical schools in Is-
rael, the Hebrew University-
Hadassah Medical School in Jeru-
lalem arid in Tel Aviv at the Beil-
pital by the newest, the
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Susan Feller will preside at this
first meeting of the season.
>'! ''/ 3
Guest speaker at the member-
ship meeting of Shalom* Group
will be Mrs. Maurice Cahn, Miami
|h= New Year is here, and it
- another busy, excit-
tocial season. Many readers
i, i~: I accessories and wraps
In ',,11 be worn at various
I, ns, leas, and more tor-
il evening events.
Im,' thing is certain. The long
are here to stay, at least
this season. Many of the
have difficulty keeping a
Li mi number of gowns in
{ All the women seem to
joy wearing these dresses. It
|\V< them a feeling of elegance.
jwever, elegance does not nee-
sarily mean heavily-beaded or
bquined gowns. These gowns
ire indisputably beautiful. Some
fiem are truly magnificent,
fet. at some of the most elab-
orate dinner dances, there arc
always a lew women in gowns
rho depend spley on the beauty
bi the fabric ami the simple cut
Bl the line to achieve the truly
ila-sic elegance.
i, *
;URS arc still our basic wraps
for an important evening.
iith mink being seen the most
frequently. Chinchilla, ermine,
[and -able are seen in increasing
plumbers. There is the floor-
llen^th chinchilla seen last win-
ner, and a few unusual mink
[pieces such as the striking In
titia mink jacket worn by Mrs.
Bin ri de llirsch Meyer.
Many women who travel ex-
tensively have brought back
-t mining silk and satin coats
from the Orient. The most im-
portant thing to keep in mind,
however, is that evening coats
should not clash with the gown
but complement it. instead. A
i iehly embroidered coat de-
serves to be reserved for a solid-
colored gown which will display
it to its best advantage.
Fur-trimmed sweaters are
-till a good choice for afternoon
functions, where the air i-ondi-
tioning i- inclined to he on the
, I side. The popular jacket
dresses and ensembles arc
"musts lor these frequent af-
ternoon gatherings. The new-
est fashion trend here is for the
sleeveless top or coat, with the
length of the coat dropping to
the hip or tunic-length. From
New York, California. Pans,
and Home comes the trend toward
femininity] and the long. Mous-
ed sleeve of this daytime ensem-
ble is the answer to such desired
softness.
* *
THE question of gloves often
' arises for day-time wear.
The basic rule to keep in mind
is either to permit two or three
inches of skin to show from the
top of the glove to the bottom
of the sleeve, or to make cer-
tain the glove is long enough to
wear far under the edge of thei'f"10
Miami Beach Hadassah Groups Will
Inaugurate Season at Meeting Monday
Miami Beach Hadassah groups the business meeting featuring Beach Chapter vice president,
lave scheduled new season meet I general membership, and refresh- I ailed far Monday noon at the
inga during the latter part of Sep- ments will be served. Entertain-' DiLido Hotel, the afternoon will
Umber and early October. nient will be offered by Mrs. "Hat-4 include entertainment and re-
tie Wagner and Morton Towers frcshments.
Brandeis Group is having an chorus.
11.30 a.m. luncheon on Monday "Jewish Tradition.'' a religious
:it the Fontaineblcau Hotel. Mrs. Renanah Group will announce interlude, will be offered by Mrs,
Elizabeth Steinbach, president, meeting plans at a later date. Tillie Schwartz on Monday noon
will conduct the business agenda '' a meeting of Southgate Group.
highlighting a report on the na- A convention report and variety To be held at Southgate Tower-.
tional Hadassah convention, to program highlighting membership| program for the day includes
he followed by variety entertain- will be the order ol the day when variety entertainment and refresh-
ment, the Hanra Senesch Group meets ments. Mrs. Joseph Rosenberg
Monday noon at the Algiers Hotel, "ill preside.
Membership will be highlighted Refreshments will be served. Mrs.
a the Bay Harbor Group luncheon Sam Feldman is pre-ident. All paid up members "I Stephen
meeting to be held at the Singa- wise GrouP vvi" bc luncheon guests
Hotel. Scheduled tor Mon- Mrs, Nat Barth. Miami Beach on Thursday, Sept. 24, 11:30 am..
wear tar unaei day. program will include a re- Chapter president, will install of- at the Deauvlle Hotel. Mrs Man-
sleeve. Many OI tne WOOJ en- on the national Hadassah fleers of the Henrietta Szold Group ning Mintus will conduct the pro-
sembles featme b acelct- en h (|lnV(intjon am| cntertammont. B1 a brunch in the Algiers Hotel gram featuring a skit by Mrs.
alT eaWteiStT Ke tucked President Mrs G*r& Meisel ,:'r,ina ,1:30 am" Monday. Mr.. Debbie Wernich __
teorge
Deborah Group will announce
meeting plans at a later date.
o *
Program featuring "A Senti- j
mental Journey to Israel," by I
Mrs. Aaron Tepper was to be pre-1
scnted at the Esther Group meet-;
ing on Thursday, Sept. 10, at the
Bel Aire Hotel. Mrs. flattie S.itir
is president.
* *
I. R. Goodman Group evening
rtant as'the dark "or jeweled+mting on Wednesday, Oct. 7,1
an elbow-length glove
well under the sleeve.
Accessories are always im-
portant fashion news, and th*ir
choice reflects your personality.
The extrovert selects the bright
and bold, and is one of the first
to try the "new." Some of what
will bc 'new" this season are
the pastel colors that are being
-Pen in the advanced fashion
showings. Winter pales, as in
soft hued suedes and tawny or
nutmeat leathers, are as im-
per
toned colors. There is also quite
a bit of fur trimming seen, often
around the face, since they soft-
en, but their impact in the Great-
er Miami area is questionable.
Color in accessorizing is now
labeled "near-contrasts," which
we used to call "monotone ac-
cessorizing." By moving up and
down the color wheel, we can
create ombre combinations
which are very interesting.
best to carry a swa
inside seam.
will be conducted by Mrs. D.
Shelist, president. To be held at ,
Washington Federal Bldg., 12341
Washington Ave., Miss Rita Stein!
and Miss Lenora Stein will pre-
sent a report on the national con-
vention, and refreshments will
be served.

Noon luncheon meeting of the
Heril Group is slated for Monday
at the Roney Plaza Hotel. Presi-
Screen Star Carroll Baker (center) receives honorary member-
ship in Hadassah. the Women's Zionist Organization of Amer-
ica, from Mrs. Nathan D. Perlman. Hadassah'n national mem-
tch'from 'an fk'nt -Mrs' Mil,on Weinberg will bership chairman, as Mrs. Jacob H. Karp (left), member oi the
iive a talk on "My Trip to Israel" National Board oi Hadassah. lookr. on. Miss Baker was hon-
ored "in recognition of her devotion to Israel and numerous
communal causes." She attended the recently-concluded na-
tional convention of Hadassah at the International Hotel ia
Los Angeles._________________________^_
illustrated with films.
:
ONE of the biggest accessory I The Algiers Hotel will be the
changes is in shoes. The, site of the Monday noon meeting
heels are lower, often the vamp for members of Israeli Group. Re-1
is higher, and the general look j frcshments will be served. Mem-
seems to go back a generation. I bership and entertainment will he
Hats will be smaller with the featured. Mrs. Sam Appel is
little Bretons and tarns being the president,
most popular. Occassionally. I
there will be a large dramatic Mrs. Sanford Jacobson will con-
hat just to keep the millinery duct an installation ceremony for
from being too conformist. Of Emma Lazarus Group, meeting
course, the pants suit is receiv- -Monday noon at Washington Fed-1
ing a great deal of attention, hut cral. Normandy Isle. Musical m-
have you noticed that more and terlude under the direction of Re-
more of these pants are cut in :>na Lachs will be presented, and '
i straighter line'' Mrs. Jack Wolfstein will preside.
eiMRlOHVAGIM, '
DEBGRAH KBI SBE^-Bi^^f.
John Huston i Production ol tennauee William !*"*
NIGHT OF THE IGUANA
The relaxed silhouette is one
that is too comfortable to give
A reception in honor of Morton
Towers Group life members is
Births In
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Rabbi and Mrs Leon Kronish.
Grandparents are Mr. and Mrs.
Joseph H. Starr, of Miami, and
Cantor and Mrs. Elias Conviser.
of Brooklyn.
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*JmMb nrrMi^r
Friday. SeptembT
IHI
Dr. Irving Lehrman. spiritual leader of Temple scheduled for nexl Wednesday at 3:30 p.m.
Emanu-EI. wth some of the young people who The cantatc will be presented after the Musaf
_w:.l participate m the Yom Kippur Cantata service at the Miami Beach Auditorium.
Amcng
make
known
manshi
from r
the many women who have helped to
th Israel Bond Women's Division
throughout the country under the chaii-
p of Mrs. Anna Brenner Meyers 'third
ight) are Mrs. Joseph M. Lipton, Mrs.
Max Weitz. Mrs. Jacob Rifki::. Mrs. Samuel T.
Sapiro, Mrs. Sc m Luby, Mrs. Abram Fox and
Anne Giossman. director of the Israel
3cnd Women'- Division.
One of the most memorable events of the Out-
goinq Hebrew year 5724 was the "Sweet 16"
! Anniversary Luncheon celebration spon-
sored by the Miami Beach Chapter of Hadas-
sch en beholf cf Israel Bonds. Responsible
the success of the event were Mrs. Net
Barth, chapter president; Miss Lillian Good-
man, icng-time Hadnssah leader and chair-
man cf the luncheon; Mrs. Ef.'ie Platoff. honor-
ed at the event; Mrs. Dorothy Krieger Fink,
honorary chairman; and Mrs. Fred Jonas, co-
chairman.
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B'nai Raphael
Plans for Sukkoth
Religious .School party of B'nai
Raphael Congregation will be held
Sept. 23 at noon, with the children
i th<- Religious School, as well
as the I'SY.
They will attend the Sukkoth
morning services, which will in-
clude the Junior Congregation ser-
vices At noon, the kindergarten
students of B'nai Raphael will be
led into the Sukkah to make the
blessing over the Lulav and Esrog,
after which all children will take
part in their annual Sukkoth par-
ty
This will be followed by Jewish
folk singing and dancing. Mrs.
Howard Solomon is in charge of
arrangements for the party. Prin-
<*'nal of Nursery School is Mrs.
Morris Weiner. Mrs. Leonard
llecht is chairman of Nursery and
Kindergarten Committee.
Mrs. Leon Tishman is adminis-
trative secretary of the Religious
School. Mrs. Bernice Shapiro is
chairman of the Religious School.
Yom Kippur
Cantata Slated
By Emanu-EI
Temple Emanu-EI will honor
young people of the congregation
at its traditional Yom Kippur
children's" service on Wednesday
at 3:30 p.m.
Student- of the Eteligi us
School will participate in a Yom
Kippur Cantata entitled On the
Side ot the Angels," based on a
Story by Isaac Loeb Peretz The
production is prepared and direct-
ed by Mrs. Reubin Levin, with
musical direction by Cantor Ilir.-h
Adler.
Participants are Joshua and
Nathan Adler. Kathy and Mona
Ager, Marc Birnbaum. Robin
Blum. Melinda Brooks. Deborah
Buchwald. Ira Buchwald. Amy
Burn. Corinne. Judy and Jay Fein-
stein, Diana Fine. Leora Gardner.
Jan. Mindy and Sherry Gars.
Lori llanff. Marti Harris. Jef
rej Jacobs. Bruce Kaplan. Olivia
Levin, Lmda Lindenberg, Steven
Rosenblatt, Maria Roth-tcin. Esth
i Rubinsky, Terry shuch. Jona-
I..in. Michael and Suzanne Wein-
tock, Peter, Steven and Stuarl
Weintraub, and Frederick Wleti
The Yom Kippur Cantata will be
i sented alter ihe Musaf sen it e
a the Miami Beach Auditorium.
Beffc Shirah Shttrhooi
i Temple Beth Shua.
will sponsor the ... Y Ma
dance V/edn, ,
duled to begin a, n ,,
mg will in.Ua.e -, :.m "
\r..r social pi -m
new members. an HUM Hid refreti-i.
Memorial Services
Slated at Mt. Sinai
Community memorial services
II tie offered b) the Greater
Miami Jewish Cemeterj Issocia
tion on Sunday
"Honoring our beloved deceas
'd i> a part of our High Holiday
repentance," according to Hyman
( habner. president.
Miami l!e:ich Councilman 1I\
man P Galbut, program chairman,
who along with Chabner serves ai
co-chairman of the Memorial Ser-
vices Committee, announced the
following schedule:
At the Jewish Section of Wood-
lawn Park Cemetery, 3260 SW
8th St., services will be held
Sunday at 11 a.m., with Rabbi
Solomon Schiff, Beth El Con-
gregation, Rabbi Max Shapiro.
Beth Kodesh Congregation, and
Rabbi Norman N. Shapiro and
Cantor William Lipson, Beth
David Congregation, officiating.
Service- will also be held at
Mount Sinai Memorial Park. 1125
NW 137th St., on Sunday at 2 p m
Officiating will be Rabbis Schiff
and Max Shapiro and Rabbi Tibor
II Stern, of Beth Jacob Congre
gation Cantor Maurice Mamches
of Beth Jacob, will render the
musical portions of the liturg)
Seat-, a tent and prayerbooks
will be furnished, according to
Chabner and Galbut.
Beth Torah
Youth Services
Mayor Arthur Sin tier m gj
Brown v.,11 | .,.., *l
at the community u|e ti3
torn Kippur services held -1\
, 'he auspices of th-. Beth 3
ongregation at the j hn f'2|
led) Junior High School thiiS
ing Tuesday evening and / ^
Wometco 163rd St. The,,-.! -I
1 Wednesday morning.
On Tuesday evening, fro* |
to 8:30 p.m.. Brown, torme: p^l
ident of the congre.atior. ^1
I speak on -Day ot Mone-^^J
Day of At-One Mciit. with '
, vices conducted by \\t itt^}
Andron. faculty member j^;
Miles Kuttler On \v< >S[
morning. Mayor Snyder ivi
er the sermon at th. 163rd -twI
Theatre, with Steve Shan!
ael Cohen and Jeffre> K :h|
baum serving a- can)
Santord Kuttler. Rai
an, Steven Weininger
bers of the synagogue -
ti rs *ill assist.
Student coi
\;11 be under the
Abraham J. Gittelson.
director in the Youth R
si I.....I building from
p.m.
Alef congregation -
members ol the i
will be under the le
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*'Jewlstfhr/dHan
Page 1 IB

FUNCTION SET IN SPKTOR HALL
Reservations Accepted for Harry Simons
Library Testimonial at Beth David Here
h\
Reservations are stil beirv; ac-
cepted for the Harry "Pop" Sim-
ons testimonial buffet dinner in
Spector Hall at Tieth David Con-
cremation on Saturday evening,
Sept. 19, 8 p.m.. when friends Of
the library which bears his name
will honor him on the occasion
ol hi* 85th birthday.
From the time he won the bat-
lie for free school books for chil-
dren back in Shenandoah. to., in
15)21, Simons life has been dedicat
ed to making books available to
the public.
The idea for the Beth David
Library began in April, 1948,
when Simons, a member of the
synagogue for owr 30 years and
also a past president, began col-
lectir.j money for the cause end
opened a snecial account in
which he placed his contribu-
tions and which finally made
the library possible.
Its doors were opened on Feb-
ruary 4. 1!)S2. and today the Hai-
ry Simons Library enjoys the dis-
tinction of being the first syna-
gogue library in the Greater
Miami area to be accredited by
the National Jewish Book Council
of America.
The testimonial buffet dinner is
open to the community. Admis-
sion is a contribution to the library
of SHi or more per person
HAffRV SIMONS
lc Maestro Igor Stravinsky chats with his representative
1 s United States, Lillian Libman, and a iepresentative of
-ael Government Tourist Office, Laurence J. Pett, at Ken-
International Airport ofter his return from Israel where
reduced his "Abraham and Isaac" cantata, specially
in; ssioned for the Israel Festival of 1964. The 82-year-old
Enroser, whose works are world-renowned, said he dedi-
ke: his new work to the people of Israel.
Jordan Pushed to Buy Red Fighters
ireeu of Jewish Education Will
love to Lincoln Road Building
location of the Bureau of
Education, to be oc-
beginning Oct. 15, will be
oln Road Building. Miami
according to an announce-
:i\ Joseph Cohen. Bureau '
ent. Present quarters are
\W 3rd Ave
B of directors, at its meet-
Aug. 31. voted to take a
ear lease to the rear see-
the 948 Lincoln Road Build-
iroximataly 34O0 sq. ft., to
Its offices. Central Jewish
. classrooms for Central
High School, and board
also voted to hold the 23rd
annual installation dinner on Sun-
nay. Nov. 15, 7:30 p.m.. at the!
Diplomat Country Club. The af-
lair will honor educational direc-
tors nt Jewish schools who have
given three years of service to
the community.
Hon. Claude Pepper. Congress-
man from Florida, will be featur-
ed speaker Al Sherman, Bureau
secretary, is chairman of the Din-
ner Committee
Youth Group
Hold Brunch
. mHica l Metal C*Ut fn
, mm "Pit mat-nmf
At Beth Am
Post-Confirmation Club of Tem-
ple Beth Am held its first month-
ly brunch in the Youth Lounge on
Sunday morning, Aug. 30. Rabbi
Herbert M. Baumgard and Alfred
Liebcrt, radio and television per-
sonality, were on the program.
Attending were Bonnie Baker, I
Cheryl Witten, JoAnne Wilder,
Jane Michaels, Leo Cowan, Gary i
Kronengold, Jim Harris, Ellen
Altschuller. Sharon Kurland. Mer
rie Blocker, Frema Katzman, Jack
Goldstein, Patty Abel. Ilene Rapp,
Irene Koffman.
Joan Keller, Sherry Gillis. Nan-
cy Plevin, Sharlene Malin. Karen
Engel, Ellen Zank, Deborah Law-'
rente, Karen Steinberg, Minda
| Steinberg, Sandra Goldstein. Myra '
Wexler and Bonnie Somberg.
LONDON (JTA) Egypt is
pressing Jordan to accept super-
sonic aircraft from the Soviet
I nion, to offset Israel's French-
made Mirage fighters, the Sun-
daj Observer reported lure from
Amman capital of Jordan. Egypt.
according to the Jordan report,
has also urged Jordan to tighten
its ground defenses along the
west bank of the Jordan River,
and to station 10.000 more soldiers
along its Israeli border.
The newspaper stated that Jor-
dan's Prime Minister Bahjat Tal-
houmi confirmed to the Observer's
Amman correspondent reports
that the USSR has offered to sup-
ply Jordan with supersonic air
craft and other modem weapons
Star of David
Memorial Service
Community memorial prayers
will be held at Star of David
Memorial Park on Sunday. Sept.
13. Rabbi Murray A. Alstet will
be present in the park to bold
traditional community memorial
services lor mourners at 10 and
11:30 a.m.
Temple memorial services at the
park, located at 5900 SW 77th Ave..
will also be held on Sunday.
Schedule for the congregations
will be Temple Judea. with Rab-
bi Morris Kipper officiating, 10
a.m.; Rabbi Alfred Waxman, con-
ducting services for Temple Zion,
10:30 a.m.; Temple Beth Shirah.
with Rabbi Morris Skop preach-
ing. 1 p.m.; Temple B'nai Sholom ;
services at 2 p.m.; conducted by-
Rabbi Samuel Machtei.
Sir Roy Welensky, former
Prime Minister of the Federation
of Northern and Southern Rho-
desia, said in Salisbury that
Egypt was planning to attack
Israel within the next two years.
Addressing the opening of an
agricultural exhibition in Bula-
wayo, Sir Roy said that he believ-
,, Nasser was determined to or-
ganize North Africa and all the
Arab countries under his domi-
nance for the purpose of attacking
Israel. "I am not competent to
judge the outcome of this con-
flict.' he declared, adding that
"if an attack is made, there is
^oing to be a bloody conflict."
Trud, the organ of the .-
Union's trade union movement,
has opened a new campaign of
vilification against tsrael and Is-
raeli diplomat.- in the USSR, it
was reported in London trom Mos-
cow.
Si.viet authorities, who control
the country- press, have used
Trud frequently in propaganda
against Israel and Zionism. In
the latest attacks. Trud charged
that Israeli diplomats are touring
the USSR, "spreading poisonous
Zionist propaganda wherever they
went, leaving their dirt behind
them."
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Friday, September
Florida ADL Eyes the Work Still to be Done
sought
tions.
after by
By BURNETT ROTH, ChairmaN
Florida Regional Board
Anti-Defamation League of
B'nai B'rith
OURS was a busy yearbusy
in that we have successfully
lought some of the bigotry and
discrimination directed against
minority groups in our area;
busy in that we have tried to
contain or minimize the effec-
tiveness of some of the profes-
sional hate groups on the scene.
During this year, our agency
involved itself in overseas, na-
tional, state, and local matters.
Ecumenical Concern
Soviet anti-Semitism, the most
vicious to come on the scene
>ince the rise of Hitler in Nazi
Germany, has made American
Jewry and our Christian friends
act in a concerted fashion to try-
to stem the tide of Russian per-
secution. In this endeavor, for
example, the Anti-Defamation
League was able to obtain well
over 2.500 signatures of impor-
tant Christian religious leaders
on a Letter of Conscience con-
demning both the treatment of
Jews in the Soviet Union and
the utter emasculation of Juda-
ism in their lives. Over 100
Christian clergymen from the
State of Florida joined in this
statement.
Of continuing concern to the
entire American Jewish com-
munity is the Ecumenical Coun-
cil initiated by the late Pope
John XXIII and continued by
his successor. Pope Paul VI.
Last fall, it appeared that the
Church hierarchy meeting in
Rome would include in its final
statements a section in which
the Jews would be absolved of
the charge of "Christ-kiUing.,'
However, the matter was tabled
at the last session of the Coun-
cil and our expectations, sadly,
are not what they were last
year.
Civil Rights Struggle
Since it is the feeling of the
Anti-Defamation League that the
charge of deicide has led to
many of the anti-Semitic senti-
ments to be found in this coun-
try, we were quite concerned
M to the change we felt had oc
ci rred. For the past several
months, we have been diligently
working with our friends in the
American Catholic hierarchy to
try to impart to them our feeling
ol the importance of the deicide
charge and to enlist their aid
in having a strong statement
concerning its inaccuracy made
at the Ecumenical Council re-
c< nvening in Rome this month.
Dr. Joseph Lichten, of our na-
ti nal staff, one of the world's
t' -emost authorities on Catho-
lic -Jewish relations, has been in
Rome for the past month and
will remain there, working with
his friends toward this end.
While the eyes of the world
BURNETT ROTH
a husy year
have been on Rome and the
Ecumenical Council, there is an-
other area in the field of inter-
group relations which has re-
ceived even greater attention
from the American and world
pressthe American struggle for
equal rights for all citizens.
While increased desegregation
in public schools, employment,
and places of public accommo-
dations were important last year,
and while the march on Wash-
ington by over 200.000 Negroes
and whites was symbolic of the
intensity of feeling on this issue,
nothing could really quite equal
the gains made and those yet to
come from the enactment of the
Civil Rights Act of 1964.
There is one section of the
Civil Rights Bill Which has par-
ticular pertinancy for the Jew-
ish community. Title 11, the
Public Accommodations Section,
states thU there shall be no dis-
crimination in places of public
accommodation regardless of
race, religion, or national origin.
From a parochial point of view,
this means that discrimination
against Jews in hotels, a cancer
we have been fighting for de-
cades, is now against the law.
Further, when the Fair Em-
ployment Practices section of
the bill goes into full effect.
Jews around the country will find
some relief in areas of employ-
ment which have been closed to
them heretofore. Earlier this
year, the Supreme Court of the
United States handed down its
decision on Bible-reading and
prayer in the public schools.
While this decision did not out-
law the use of the Bible in the
public schools, it did specifical-
ly state that it should not be used
as part of a religious service or
prayer. An intensive education
al program by the Anti-Defama-! ;,n tion League, other national Jew-I ;
ish organisations and certain
Christian leaders proved fruitful
in that the reaction to these de-
cisions was much less negative
than that which followed the on-
ginal Supreme Court decision on
the Regents Prayer case in New
Hyde Park, N.Y.
Teacher Objectivity
In Dade County, Bible reading
and prayer will be replaced in
the public schools by a moment
of silence at the beginning of
the school day; while patterns
around the rest of the state will
vary according to the direction
of the superintendent of schools
of the various counties. The
State Superintendent of Schools
has indicated that, while Bible-
reading and prayer has been
found unconstitutional by the
Supreme Court, moral and spiri-
tual values can be taught to chil-
dren in the public schools. How
objective teachers can be in this
area is a question which will
have to be answered as the
school year ensues.
In the interim, many of our
lay leaders around the State are
keeping close watch on the de-
velopments so that we will have
a better understanding of the
situation as it unfolds.
Kasper on the Ballot?
On the Florida scene, there
was trouble in St. Augustine, a
town which has felt the pres-
sures of both the integrationist
and segregationist forces since
this spring. Our oldest Ameri-
can city was besieged once again.
On the one band, there were the
Negroes led by Martin Luther
King; on the other, there were
the segregationists led by Hoss
Manucy, of the Ancient City
Gun Club, and J. B. Stoner and
Connie Lynch, of the Ku Klux
Klan. The nightly anti-Semitic
tirades of the latter two is a
phenomenon long to be remem-
bered. Our office and our di-
rector were besieged by the na-
tional news media, all of whose
reporters asked for background
information on Stoner. Lynch
and the KKK.
The exposure of these two
men. we believe, was a mitigat-
ing factor which helped discred-
it them with the respectable
Bay Harborites
Assist Hospital
Bay Harborites can be proud ol
two of their local residents whose
generosity recently gave a big
boost to Variety Children's Hos-
pital.
Mr. and Mrs. Michael H. Ein-
horn. 10281 E. Bay Harbor Dr..
heard of the $400,000 deficit in-
curred at the hospital each year
for free care to indigent children
to do something
people of the area. Stoner and
Lynch have now gone to Jack-
sonville and are organizing there.
Lynch for the Christian Defense
League out of Los Angeles, and
Stoner, for the National States
Rights Party of Birmingham. It
must be stated here that the
NSRP. one of the most avowedly
anti Semitic groups in the coun-
try, is attempting to get John
Kasper, its candidate for Presi-
dent of the United States, on the
ballot in the State of Florida.
And on the West Coast, in St.
Petersburg, the Rev. Oren Poti-
to. an off-again. on-again work-
er for the NSRP. is presently
running his own little anti-
Semitic campaign with a news-
paper entitled "The National
Christian News'" A statewide
expose of Potito is in the offing
and should make him and his
operation even less respectable
than it is at present.
But not all is black. Barriers
of discrimination are falling in
various parts of the State. Ref-
erence was made earlier to the
Civil Rights Act of 1964 and the
fact that this bill prohibits dis-
crimination against Jews in
hotels and other places of public
accommodation. There have
been other positive steps taken
within the state. Evidence, for
example, the fact that in one
community a realtors board
which had never accepted Jews
has within the past two or three
months taken in four Jewish
members. Evidence, too, that
in the field of housing, while
there still is much to be done,
the problem is not nearly as ser-
ious as it was at one time. Not
too often is employment dis-
crimination a major issue for
us.
Progress has also been made
in the fields of education, where
the positive programming done
by our B'nai B'rith Women's
Chapters and Men's Lodges
throughout the entire state has
not only been accepted by
schools, universities and
churches, but has actually been
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When a close relative of Mrs
Einhorn's was preparing his estate.
the suggested it might be appro-
priate to remember the pediatric
center which accepts all children
for care, regardless of race, creed,
color or economic status.
Over the next few years, the
hospital will now receive $9,000
to be used to offset the free-care
deficit.
In November. Variety will dedi-
cate three new patient wings, con-
structed at a cost of $2 million,
to provide 85 more beds, new lab-
oratories, and an expanded Out-
patient Department.
these in,
Witness ^ f *
8,000 Memo and Date (5 *l
Books have been di>tribu>
school teachers this vear mV*
ida. '"
Witness the fact that, the Doiu
for Democracy ]>rogram J
been viewed by as many as
children in one month in n',7
County. Witness the fact th
our two most recent pufc
tions. -The High Cost of flict" and "Guidelines a Man
ual for Bi-Racial Committees-
were the two publication! wbitk
the members of Governoi Col
Uns' Citizens Advisor) Commit.
tee to the Community Relation^
Service received when they met
together last month in Washing
ton. There is more to be done
There are still pocket- of hom-
ing discrimnation, not only h
Miami, but elsewhere in the
state.
Work to be Done
The awful ogre ot social
crimination still is too perva-
sive to be acceptable While we
may see a lessening of Ku Klux
Klan activity in the state, there
is a likelihood that the activity
of other organizations such a
the National Rights Partj and
the Christian Defense League
will increase. But our effort!
toward counteraction and in the
field of positive education must
perforce continue and expand.
In the limited space available.
I can touch only upon the high-
lights of our concerns. No limi
tation of space, however, should
permit me to overlook my in
debtedness to such stalwarts as
Sam A. Goldstein, chairman ot
our Executive Committee, Paul
Seiderman, my colleague from
Florida on ADL's National Com
mission, and Leonard L AIh---..
our honorary chairman locally
as well as to the National Com
mission.
Without these men, the me
bers of our Executive Comm..
tee and Florida's State ADL
Board progress would not have
been so great. To them I give
my deepest thanks.
L'Shana Tova.
T)r.
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Attends Meeting
Dr. and Mrs. Fabien Sevitzky:
attended the Board of Directors
Of the All Miami Youth Symphony
meeting at the home of President
Mrs. Cal S. Kellogg. Preparations
wire made for the 1964-65 sea-
son.
The orchestra, under the direc-
tion of Robert A. Lawrence, will
hold its first rehearsal Sunday.
9:30 am, at Greene Hall on the
University Ot Miami campus. Dr.
Revitzky will address the young
musicians.
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Gary Monroe
Steven Spector
bbi Norman N. Shapiro and
I,r William W. Lipson will of-
j;e at services on Saturday,
I, 12, when Steven Joseph
I'tor, >on of Mr. and Mrs. El-
Spector, will be Bar Mitzvah.
seventh grader at Ponce de
Junior High, Steven is in-
|ted in science, electronics
| His favorite sport is
111.
liul-on of Mr. and Mrs. S. J.
f Spector, leading philanthro-
in the Greater Miami area
| pioneer members of Beth
g. the celebrant will be tot
a KiddusD and luncheon in
|or Hail, named in honor ol
a mil v.
Mark Kram
ik Stews Kram will be Bar
Bih on Saturday morning,
12, .it Temple Ner Tamid.
Rabbi Eugene Labovitz of-
Jng.
I of Mr and Mrs. George
I .'K.'.ntv An'., Mark is
| ri.f(-lc -indent at Nau-
p-'tlfdr riiglk and attend- the
i Religious School,
rcptioii in honor of the cele-
[^111 follow the ceremony.
ft -ib
Allan Zamren
living Lehrman will of-
H'. the gar Mit/.vah of Al-
fii.ol.Mi. and Mrs. Benjamin
in, on Saturday morning.
Hl2,' at,'Temple Kmanu-El.
"ho eighth grade' at Nautilus
r FTi^h'. Allan is interested
^^Hiniinin'.', hascball and foot-
lall. I His hobby is coin-collect-
Bessie Fink, Allan's grand-
r. will be present for the
In.
i tebrant will be honored
Sunday at Chand-
B< tateant.
* i-
Gary Monroe
Mitzvah of Gary, son of
1 virs i -' h Monroe, \'. ill
be cel.:ied -orv Saturday morn-
ing, St] 12, .a Temple Emanu-
El. A [rving Lehrman will of-
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Gary is an eighth grade student
at Ida M. Fisher Junior High
School, where he participates inj
all activities. He is interested in
sports and has received many ]
trophies and ribbons. Gary ex- ]
eels in art, which he is making a
major study. His hobby is coin-!
collecting.
Gary's grandmother, Mrs. Anna
Monroe, will be present for the!
occasion.
The celebrant will be honored
at a Kiddush in Sirkin Hall follow-
ing the service and at a dinner
party Saturday evenAg at the
Pontainebleau Hotel.
* t
Steven Paul Davis
Steven Paul, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Leo Davis." 1920 NK 103rd
S1 No. Miami Beach, will be Bar
Mitzvah on Saturday. Sept. 12. 8:45
a.m., at Temple Adath Yeshuruh.
He is an eighth grader at John
!'. Kennedy Junior High School.
The last two years he has been
on the Dean's List as an honor
'':'' i ..
Steven has a sister, Ileae Brod-
?ky, a school teacher who former-
ly taught at Ojus Elementary
School and now lives in New Jer-
sey; and two brothers, Robert, a
ludent at the University oi Flor-
ida School oi Medicine, and Qon.
ald, a student at Norland High
School, who was previously Bar
Mitzvah at Adath V'e'hui'un.
Kiddush reception will be held
after the services.
Rabbi Azufay
Elected President
Of Educators
Rabbi Shimon Azulay, of the
Hebrew Academy and the Central
Hebrew High School, has been
elected president of the Hebrew
Educators Alliance for a sixth con-
secutive term.
Other officers are Miss Nettie
Goldstein, of Temple Both Sholom,
and E. Bobbins, director of Tem-
ple Beth Am. vice presidents;
Mrs. Shoshana Specter, Hebrew
Academy, secretary; Mrs. Zehava
Sukenik, Hebrew Academy, treas-
urer; and David Freedman, pio-
neer Hebrew teacher in Greater
Miami, honorary life president.
The Executive Committee in-
cludes members from all Hebrew
Schools in the Greater Miami area;
H. Berman, Beth David; Nathan
Stern, Beth Sholom; Shalom Bcn-
I I'orat, director, Knesset Israel;
I Cantor Benjamin Bcn-Ari, Temple
.Or Olom; Mrs. Gladys Diamond,
I Temple Beth Torah; and Mrs.
Chaya Porush, of Temple Emanu-
El.
One of Rabbi Azulay's first acts
in the new term was appointment
ot a special committee to work
on plans for a dinner scheduled
for late winter to raise monies
lei- the Alliance's Emergency
Fund.
Officers serving on the commit-
tee include Chairman Robbins and
Mrs. Robbins, Miss Goldstein. Mrs.
Sukenik. Stern, and Rabbi Azulay.
Temple Sinai
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Lloyd B. .'aye was i : as
a dinner dance :d the
toral Hotel.
Rabbi Daniel M. Lowy
d, with Dade Count; i mmis-
Id A Green, i nme-
cliate past president, acting as
remonies.
other officers installed included
[rving Denmark and Bert Berson,
vice presidents; Murray Swift,
treasurer; Ralph D. Hollander.
Mrs. Harry Kaufman and Ben-
jamin Hurwit, secretary.
Trustees include Edward Auer-
bach, George Barr, Esther Bor-
rok, Hy Bournstein, Samuel
Bloom, Dr. Stanford Cooke, Mur-
ray Deutsch, David Field, David
Goren, Davie Greene, Harold
Greene, Councilman Leonard Kim-
ball, Sam H. Lubeli, Gerard Moss,
Robert Popowitz, William Roberts,
Fred Rosenthal, Sol Schrechter,
Mel Shrago, Hyman Wiener.
Honorary trustees are Harry
Goldberg, Henry Perlman, Mal-
vina I'ollak and Ralph White-
house.
In his address to the new of-
ficers. Rabbi Lowy called atten-
tion of the leaders and members
of the congregation to the new
"Road to Sinai" which leads
from 123rd St. into the Temple
grounds.
Now fully illuminated and
marked by an intricately-design-
ed gateway, the Temple's through-
way will be dedicated in a few
weeks.
Program concluded with a mus-
ical program presented by Can-
tor Chet Gale, accompanied by
Deeva Solove.
Advertising's
Role Stressed
The importance of advertising's
lole in people's every day life is
the theme for Advertising Recog-
nition Week in Greater Miami
from Sept. 7 to 14, it was an-
nounced by Dick Feltz, president
of the Advertising Club of Great-
er Miami, sponsor of the event.
The l%4 campaign slogan is
What Would Your Life be Like
Without Advertising?" Chairman
for the week is Al Green, of A. F.
Green Advertising, Miami. He
has selected a committee io aid in
promoting the idea of how adver-
tising affects the everyday life Of
people.
' Local merchants, shopping cen-
ter-, banks, department stores,
i n stations, radio station-.
newspapers, billboard companies
and the Metro Trai ithority
. i Dade County are all cooperat-
ing in the observance.
Temple Sinai
Religious School
Opening Sunday
Temple Sinai Religious School
1 will hold its first session on Sun-
day morning, Sept. 13.
All classes are conducted on
Sundays within a four-hour period.
special courses are offered lead-
ing to Bar Mitzvah, Bas Mitzvah
and cciniirmation.
Members of the faculty for 1964-
65 include' Miss Susan Hirsch,
Airs. Josephine Adler, Mrs. Caro-
lyn Meyers. Mrs. Yvette Cole,
Harold! Shop'maker, Lowell Fish-
er. Mi.rr.Vy Sisselman, Carl Lip-
ion and Samuel Bloom.
Irving j'acqbson is principal of
the ReligtOUfj School, and Rabbi
Daniel M.'Lowy is education di-
rector. Cpni,innation class is
conducted By Samuel Bloom and
Rabbi Lowy.
Jordanians Sorry
For Abducting
American Student
JERUSALEM (JTA) The
chairman of the Israel-Jordan Mix-
ed Armistice Commission report-
ed this week that Jordanian of-
ficials had apologized for the ab-
duction of an American student,
and given assurances they would
act to prevent any recurrence of
such incidents.
Col. St. Onge, of the United
States, the chairman, made the
report at an emergency meeting
of the MAC, called to discuss an
Israeli complaint about the ab-
duction of the American, Sanford
Sternlicht.
The student was walking to
Ramat Rahel, which is in Israel
on the border, when he came in
sight of a Jordanian emplace-
ment. A Jordanian soldier point-
ed a rifle at him and motioned him.
to cross the border.
Sternlicht said that the Jordan-
ians "roughed" him up a little
at first, but then treated him well
when they learned he was an
American.' Israel oflicials learn-
ed of the abduction only after he
v. as released. They complained
immediately to the MAC.
Temple Tftpreth Jacob
United Synagogue Youth of
Tt pie Tifereth Jacob is sponsor-
n informal "Sock Hop" on
Sunday from 7 to 9 p.m. Temple
Tifereth Jacob Sisterhood will
-eive refreshments on Wednesdaj
following Yom Kippur services.
New Loan Fund
For Teachers
Rabbi Abraham Korf. director
of the Southeast Region of the
Central Organization for Jewish
Education, has announced the
establishment by Rabbi M. M.
Schneerson, the Lubavitcher Reb-
' e, of a special loan fund for
teachers and schools of Jewish
learning.
Named the Keren Levi Yitz-
chok, in honor of the Rabbi's late
lather, the fund will redeem post-
dated salary checks paid to He-
brew School teachers.
Tlanned as an incentive for
Jewish schools to expand religious
tody facilities, the new fund will
also offer loans for that purpose.
Schwartz Agency
Handles Account
Miami !' ich public relations
in in. has been named to handle
a nationwide publicity and pro-
motion program for the Safety
Harbor Spa.
A Florida West Coast resort
and health center, the Spa will
celebrate its 20th anniversary this
year.
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Holiday Greetings to All .
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WINDOW CLEANING
Office Buildings
Hotels-Motels
PROMPT SERVICE
280 N.E. 165th STREET
North Miami Beach
Wl 7-0323
TO ALL GREETINGS
FLANDERS TRADING POST
"ALL KINDS OF GOLF CLUBS"
NEW and USED
Clubs Bags Balls Carts
BUY SELL TRADE
5650 NW 27th AVE. Ph. NE 5-2017
TO ALL GREETINGS
VISION DIE
COMPANY
CUTTING DIES-FIXTURES
For The Optical Trade
1478 N.E. 130th STREET
No Miami
Ph. 757-0922
To All Most Happy Holidays
GEORGE I. BAUMGARTNER
GENERAL CONTRACTOR
15221 N.E. 21st AVENUE
Ph. 945-7072
iX) ALL :. A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Abe Greenfield
Sewing Machines, Commercial and Domestic
Bought Sold Repaired Rented
EAST COAST MACHINERY CO.
332 West Flogler St. Ph. FR 9-3915 Miami 36, Floridi


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heM aurina th<- Hols l)a> p'.-ri'>4
to iv,nr the departed. _,;;:.
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pi* NT Tamid. will conduct the
service at 11:30 a.m.
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wald, of S*iithw*>t Jewish Center,! IM B.W. it Strat.
Miami. H./rnlu
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IN THE CIRCUIT COURT C- THE
11TW JUDICIAL CRCUIT OF
FLORIDA. IN AND FOR D5-w
COUNTY, FLORIDA IN CM* '.''
No. *C 64
fJSTIL-KlANK
Haintlff
By:alAHUI i-UlTK M<>Kr'<>rU> JoHNIiHOKUM)
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NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
Noru-i; is hi:i'.ehv uivbn ih.t
s.wtri::. -.vnm:
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TO: JOHN 1) KLlMhi
::<'h JaBBA ruval
llHttlmorr. Mar>-1and
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CERTIFICATE OF
CORPORATE DISSOLUTION
IN THE NAME AND BY THE
AUTHOR TY OF THE
STATE OF FLORIDA
TO H,|. TO UH-.M THr7S I'RE-
~n \ l.l. i >M1 IRKRTINOR:
v\ r. ..-. A 11 v. 'KMER, MIAMI.
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'I! Mil i'l.i >RI11 : '' '!.l II (NT
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I'.iiildlnK. Miami. PI.....M.
flic Hie orlKinal BJ
pleading in lb* ..(:- ( H ""..,
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NOTICE BY PUBLICA
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. Ihi fore- inawer to Ulvon '":i
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DATED AUBUHl ". I. I'"'1 .
K H. I.KATIM'I'.MAN-. .'<
(Ml) Byi i:- H r-AXWAH
Daputj Clerk j^,
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niiltal, Hi- WFJNTV l-IKTII
if AuffUHt, .'i i> I9M.
..M M'AMS
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September 11.
1964
XcMkicf) ih^rklimr
Page 15-B
.EGAL NOTICI
NOTICE UNDER
ST,TC5bBB?'oi!& ,hat
Atmw
BY HENRY LEONARD
: is )i
I, ign
,-s und
KlNH '
ins M VRT*
,.. | Gables.
r
i.slrlng I" engage
. fictitious names
Si-ol'NT CENTERS,
at 91-93 Miracle
Florida intends t'1
' .J jl.raei with the Clerk of
. ; of Dade County.
thee OF "' >kai. GABLES,
kjKF & MANNHEIMEB
', for PInetree of
I-.-. Inc.______"_-'--- "
mvTicFIbv publication
Ht CIRCUiT COURT OF THE
,henthjwici*l emcuiT pg
AND FOR DADE
IN CHANCERY,
N*. 64C 9249
A ni;i. UIMEN
'DA IN
COUNTY.
IR
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Plaintl)
A
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I). fend in'
SUIT FOR
I MA NIX i i '1
He I-:
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DIVORCE
RRIA
De Finns
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IAVPO CURRIA, arc here-
ihut a Bill of t'omplalnl
i,,. been Bled again*'
.,,, .,.. .-.|Ilil-<<1 I" si-rv.- :i
r Aii-'i'T or Pleading to
.,,,.. .,ii Hi. Plaintiff*
siiEViN, OOODMAN A
s I Heybold Building,
I...... .." i file the original
ri-...... In Hie office of
..! ..Mill Court on or
,| s. ptemhi r, 1961
iudgment b) de-
tains) > "'i for 11.
the Kill of Com-
LEGAL NOTICP.
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEX that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious nnim- of
JOE'S FIUEXI >i.v MARKET at r.snn
N.w. 17th Avenue In the City of Mi-
ami. Florida, Intend t<> register the
saiil name with the Clerk of the Cir-
cuit Court of Dade Cocnty; Florida.
Dated al Miami, Florida, thla 10th
day hi August, ii'Ri.
MARIO LLOBERA
.11 IIKIK CADI
Shevln, Goodman & Holtsman
346 Heybold Kldg.
Miami, Florida
By: Sylvan Holtaman
Attorney for Applicant
X 38, 9 1-11-18

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lvSam, don't you think it's time we return al
the yarnulkes to the Shul?"
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY liiVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious nami of
PLAYGIHL FASHIONS OF MIAMI
at 2".'. Plan Building, 346 b'.E. isi
Street, Miami. Florida 38131 intenda
tn register sal I name with ihe Clerk
of the Circuit Court of Dade County,
Plorlda.
GLADYS K. JACOBS, Owner
Belgel, Albert, Weiss ,vi Lyons
Attorneys for Gladys K. Jacobs
ATTENTION
ATTORNEYS!
. *Jewistfhridliiar
solicits your legal notice*
Ws appreciats your
patronage and guarantee
accurate service at legal
rates .
Dial Fit .l-ICTO
for messenger serrtce
LEGAL NOTICe
.i
NOTICE UNDER
FICT.TIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY tllVKN th
the undersigned, desiring to engagi
h--|ni ondi ''" riftrHons name
CLIFF) 'l!l> I'.IS'nCI'l A"-' -'"'......
I at Hlaleuh Race Track, Hhileah, Flor-
i-i ;... i T npi I. -i '
1-11-13 Dade County, f lorida Inti nd to
---------- i .....r hhiii naroi with the Clerk ol th.
lie published n
,i f,,r consi i utlve weeka
i .i :\\ isi: i'i.i >itn 'i.\.\.
|N \\l> llBUEBEU al Miami.
Ill} "I August, A.I'
LEA i'HERMAX, Clerk,
(, Lourt. U uli i '.'Univ. Florida
B> : Marauerlte Morford
11. mi i"ink
IN, GOODMAN ft HOLTZMAN
ybold Building
S3. l-"|. r ;.. .
for Plaintiff S 31-28. 9'4-n
LEGAL NOTICE
LEGAL NOTICE
|TWE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR OADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 63715 B
: Estate ol
lll'I.EN C. MOORE.
f)..T.'"l-
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
) creditor- and Ail Psrsons rtav-
ilali or Demanda Against Bald
are her. by notified and re-
[.. tn present any claims and de-
whii'h vou may have against
Estate ..r HELEN C. MiiriKK de-
e,i late of Hade County, Florida.
Countv ludgea of Hade Coun-
Iml file the same in duplicate and
Ided in Section 7I.IB, FWIda
(U.S. iii their offices in the Coun-
ii Hi..use ii". Hade County. Flor-
(withm si\ calendar months from
in n of Hi- first publication heie-
tnp sum- will be barred.
Miami. Florida, tins i.th
August. A D. 1964.
MARX PABER
,\s Administrator
Jr.-t publication of this notu.....n
i day ..f August, 1964.
ll:\ PABER
ii n< | for Administrator
R 21-18. 9 l-H
-THE CIRCU'T COURT OF THE
EvENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
LORIDA in and for dade
I COUNTY. IN CHANCERY.
No. 6C 6899
(Mi: WILLIAMNBl'BOH
sa\imis i'.axi;
Plaintiff,
^L\ivl * I 'i fondant.
NOTICE OF SUIT
|B Charles I. Soarkg and
[ Iva Mac Sparks, bis wife
310 Btevenw Street
Jacksonville, Alabama
i are hereb in.iifl.-d that the
m- oapttoned irtton has been in-
tiii.d Bgalnsl you In the Circuit
Iiim of the in l Clrcull of Floi -
in and (Of I 'uli- Count) I" fori -
a ini'i i'j.i'4' upon ilie following
i-rll .'ii real pi >j" rl)
I Block : i'L'TLEB BIDGR
!T|OX THREE acconllng to
fill. I'lal thereol. i. corded i" '""
UlfH.k i.7 at !'-: '3 ..f the Public
ptpuords of 11 ide County, Florida,
y..ii are required to file your n-
u i ... im.. comidalnt with the
rk of the i u said Court, and
re a i op) th ol upon plaintiffs
ttorncy MARTIN PINE, I lib Floor,
pad.- Pederal Building, Miami 33,
hurida not latei than Se|t. 22 1961,
Decree Pro fonfeaso "i" be en-
tied aLCamst \<>u
I': i.-d. Auk i-t 19, 1984.
B. K. L-EAT HERMAN
Ol.ak ".f the Circuit Court
|eal) By; HELEN KBHSLER
Denut) Clerk
lAUTIN PINE
ttorn-y for Plaintiff
lib Floor Iinde federal Bile.
liami :12, Florida II 21-28, 9/4-11
NOTICE QY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCU T COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY.
64C 9251
WILLIAM Me m:Till I! ROBBBTS,
Plaintiff
-Vf"
.ll'.NM.'i ri: CAROL ROBBBTS,
I lefendant.
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
You MBS. JEXNBTTB CAROL
ROBERTS are hereby notified that a
Kill ..f Complaint for Divorce ha* been
iii.d agalnat you, and you are re-
quired to serve a cony <>f your An-
swer or I'leuding to the Uill Of Com-
plaint on the plaintiff's Attorney
SIIKVIN. GOODMAN ft HOLTZMAN.
J16 Beybold Building, Miami 32, Flor-
ida. ;.nd file the original Answer or
Pleading In the office of the Clerk
iif the Circuit Court on or before
the 23rd day of SVpteniber. 1964. If
vou fail to do so, Judgment by de-
fault will 1..- taken against you for
the relief demanded in tlic Kill Of
Complaint.
DONE AND uRDEBED at Miami,
Florida, this ll'lh day of August, A.D.
Il'i-.l.
B. K LBATHBRMAN, Clerk,
Circuit Court. Dade County. Florida
(seal) Bj : Marguerite Morford
l leputy clerk
8HBVIN, GOODMAN Ji HOLTZMAN
:',4 Seybold Kuildinu
Miami S3, Florida
Attorneys for Plaintiff
""21-2S. 9/4-11
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY IN CHANCERY
No. 64C 9226
LINDA It. EPPERSON,
Plaintiff,
vs.
EABL M. EPPERSON,
Defendant.
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
TO: EARL M. EPPERSON
411 Alnbam i \\ enue
Etowah, Tennessee
You, Earl M. Epperson, are hereby
notified thai a Kill Of Complaint for
Divorce has i.....n Hied against you.
ami vou are required to s.ive a copy
of your Answer or Pleading to tne.
Kill' of Complaint on the Plalntlfl a
nttorney, Herbert B. Wllensky, Suite
317 Biscayne Building, 19 East Pias-
ter Street, Miami Florida 33139 and
me the original Answer or Pleading
in ilie office of the clerk of the Cir-
cuit Court on or before the 22nd dav
,i September, 1954. It' you fall to do
so lodgment bj default win he I aVs-n
agnltiHt you for the relief demanded
in the Kill of '' implaint.
This notice shall be published once
each week for rum hi weeks
in THE JEWISH PL< IBIDIAX.
ItONE AND i iKi'l.i.i.. i Miami.
Florida, this i^tii daj of August, A.D.
19*4,
B. K LEATHERMAN. Clerk,
Cln iii Co,irt. Dade County, Fl it I la
,., .,1, K- : HRI.FN KESSLER
Denut) cu-rk
HERBERT B. WII.ENSKY
Suite :'.I7 Biscayne Building
Miami, Florida 33130 ,,...
1/31-38, 9/4-11
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigntd, desiring t< engage ".
business under Hie fictitious name of
JOHNNYS HIDEOUT at 11613 N.W.
22nd Avenue, Miami, Florida, Intends
to register said name with the Ck-rk
of the Circuit Court of Dade County,
Florida.
LOLA NAE BLACKWELL
Sole Own. I
STEPHEN P. KESSLER
Attorney for Applicant
1998 S.W. 1st Stre/.-t,
Miami, Florida ,
9-11. 1". 25, 1" S
NOTICE UNDER
F.CTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY HIVEN thai
ill. undersigned, desiring i" engage
In business under Ihe fictitious name
of SEASi >XS l-i ll i: at i.T'H NE Itb
I-1..i Ida, Intends to
with the Clel k of
ih.. c "Hi nil i' j^i: i of I inde Count).
Florid i.
i-i;ki i: \tt VN OF I- LORD
HllWARIi H H1BSCH
Vttorne) foi .'. Imi
Uattuti '( Florida, Inc.
- : 1-11-18
INC
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage III
business under the fictitious name of
EL SOL<) at 2423 BW 37th Avenue,
Mi..mi. Florida, intends to register
said name with the Clerk of the Cir-
cuit Court of I Hide County. Florida.
NORMAN KALCHTHAI.ER
Sole Owner
STEPHEN F. KESULER
Attorney for Applicant
199S S.W. 1st Street.
.Miami, Florida
9-11, 1*. 35, 10/3
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUOIC AL CIRCUIT IN
AND FOR OADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA IN CHANCERY
No. 640 9464
\i \i:i:i. ci.Aii: LOWE,
Plaintiff,
\ s.
I l.l.i >YD VAN v l.i WE,
Defendant
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
YOU, LLOYD VANA LOWE, S3S
North Highland Road. Qultman,
Georgia, are r. quired to file your an-
i ewer to the complaint tor Divorce
with the Clerk of the above styled
Court and serve a Copy thereof upon
Herman Cohen, Esq.. 1810-11 Congress
1 Kullding, Miami, Florida, on or before
September 2Mb. 19S4, or else com-
plaint wil be taken as confessed.
DATED, this 23th day of August,
19H4.
E P.. LEATHERMAN
cl.rk ol the Circuit Court
(seal) By: E. H. eanway
Deputy clerk
s 28, 1-11-18
CIRCUIT COURT. 11TH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT, DADE COUNTY. FLA.
NO. 64C 9485
THEOlMIKE W. API.El!,
Plaintiff,
vs.
ROS1NA ADI.EK.
I lefendant.
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
TOU ROSINA AUI.ER, Residence
Unknown, are notified to serve a
of your answer to Divorce < pm-
Plaintift
cop>
plaint fileil against you on I la'!'"" *
attorney, GEt)RCE NICHOLAS, 1J
N W pjth .\Mv. Miami, Ma., and
file orlelnal with clerk of this Conn
,,n or before Bept. 30, 1M4, otherwise
complaint iii be confessed by you.
H\TEI Oct. 9, l'"'l ,
K K. LEATHERMAN, Cl.rk
By: E. II. LAXWAY, D.<
9,4, 11.
1^. 83
In THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
Ileventh JUOICIAL CIRCUIT, in
AND FOR OADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN CHANCERY
No. 64C 9143
>IA'AOOR C,l'El>i:s MIRANDA
Plaintiff,
vs.
| LI A SESIN C.I-EHES,
Defendant.
NOTICF BY PUBLICATION
for. JIM.,A SESIN UUEDB8, San
fuel 17, Banta Clara, Cuba, are re-
fed to flu. voui unvwer to the Coni-
ii for Divorce with the Clerk of
above at> led .urt. and s.i \ e a
llo :. ,.f o..i: I l.i man 'ollen,
1310-11 i onti.-ss Building, Mi-
Plorida, i a o before S. ptembi r
1864, or else complain) "ill be
! mi. d AugUSl 17.
!:. |: IERSI \X
Clerk of th* i uli i 'ourt
I M llll M
I
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IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
No. 61046-A
In RE: Estate of
CLAIRE (lOlLET
Peceased.
NOTICE TO
To All Creditor*
Having Claims or
Said Estate:
You are hereby
CREDITORS
and All Persons
Demands Against
notified and re-
quired to present'any claims and de-
mands which you may have against
the estate of CLAIRE C.OCLET de-
ceased late of Dade county. Florida,
to the County Judges of I>nde Coun-
ty, and file the same In their offices
iii the County Courthouse In Dade
County, Florida, within eight calendar
months from the date of the first
.ion ii in oi the same 111
I., bai' .1
MAURICE LEFCOK
'dm nl irutor C.T.A,
ESSEN .v ESSEN
Attorm )
|I|S \in-l I
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8 81-28 '.' 1-11
NOTICF BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF the
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY.
No. 64C 9250
TINA SUE 1'11.1.8
Plaintiff
ROBERT EUOENE DILLS
1 i.fendant.
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
TO: ROBERT EUGENE DILLS
141? Hannah Avenue
Knozvllle, Titin.
You ROBERT EUGENE HILLS,
are hereby notified thai a Bill ol
Complaint for Divorce has 1.....n filed
, agalnsl you, and j ou are required t"
serve a com of your Answer or Plead-
ing to Ihe Kin of Complain) on the
plHlntlffa attorn-v. SHBVTN, ':"'"',
MAN .< HOLTZMAN, 346 Beybold
Building, Miami 32. Florida, and file
the original Answer or Pleading in
the office of the Clerk of the Clrcull
Court on or before the 83rd da] ol
September, 1964. If you fall to do
so, Judgment by default will be tak-
en against you for the reli.f demand-
ed In the Kill of Complaint.
This nolic. -hull be published once
each week for lour consecutive Weeks
in THE JEWISH PLOItllMAN.
DONE AM' ORDERED at Miami.
Plorlda, this 18th day of August, A.D.
E. B. LEATHERMAN. Clerk,
Circuit Court. Dade County, Florida
(Circuit Court Seal)
By: MARGUERITE MORFORD
Deputy Clerk
S1IEVIN, GOODMAN & HOLTZMAN
34ii Seybold KuildlnK
Miami 32, Florida
Attorneys for Plulntiff
8/2I-2S. 9.1-11
NOTICE BR PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY,
NO. 64C 9403
ANN MART Pol.LACK SCHROEDER
Plaintiff.
-vs-
HARRY L. SCHROEDER,
D< fendant.
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
TO: HARRY I. SCHROEDER
605 Prick Street
Ellmont, I.oiib Island. Now York
You. HARRY L. SCHROEDER are
hereby notified thai a Bill of Com-
plaint for I'i orce has been Bled
agnlnsl you, and you are required to I
serve a cop} ..] jour Answei Ins to the Bill of Complaint on the
Plaintiff- attorm r, RICHARD Ml IR-
TON, 782." N.E. 2nd Avenue, .Miami.
Plorlda and file the original Answer
or Pleading in the office of the Clerk
Of the Circuit Court on or before the
30th day of September, 1964. if you
fail to do so. Judgment b> default will
be taken agalnsl you i." the relief
.1. nan led in the Kil of Complaint.
This notice shal be published once
,...ch we.i, for four consecutive weeks
in THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN.
DONE AND ORDERED at Miami.
Plorlda, this 24th da) of August, A.D.
1984.
i: B. LEATHERMAN, Clerk,
Circuit Court, I'a.ie Count) I- oilda
(seal) B> P. COPELAND
[vput) Clerk
RICHARD MORTON
;s3 N.E. 2nd Ave.
Miami, Plorlda PL T-::111
An,., ne) fol 1 I I miiif
__________ 2S.J) I 11-18
NOTICE UNDER
FICT.TIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICK IS HEREBY GIVEN thai
thi undersigned, desiring to engaae In
huslnesi, under Mie fictitious names of
THE BOLCO 111. (NOT INC.); MED-
ICAL iXhXJ-lDENT: i. r g gag i-: -
IDENT ul 2' l'j W.-st 9th Avenue.
Hlaleah, Florida Intends to reglst< I
said name- with ihe Clerk of Ihe Cir-
cuit Court of Twite Count)-, Florida.
HARRY BB*KER, Sole owner
HENRY NORTON
Attorne) for Applicant
I4ih; Biscayne Kldg.
Miami, Ela. S 18, : I-11-1S
saoi nain.
Circuit C '' ""v. Florida.
HARRY IIASSAl.l.
.t. iKi-,i 'i 11 N K I' II ASS.\ LL
Pallol. Marks, l.unde. ii
Poppell \- Hoi w eh
titorneys for Hurr) 11 issatl and
Ine C. Hassall d h a
i ...lord It'' c
cm Alfr.-.tJ. duPoni Bldg,
8/29.9 I. I
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN ANO FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 64061-C
IN HE: Estati
NATHAN KI.AI' a I. II
N IT KI.AC
I..... 1
NOT.CE OF PROBATE
THE STATE OF FLORIDA:
in \ l.i. PERSONS INTERESI'ED IN
THE ESTATE OF s'l" DECKDEN
You are hereh) notified thai a writ-
ten iii.-ii-.iiii. oi l...i |hii i iii- ... be the
lasl will and lestamenl of said dece-
dent lias been admitted t.. probate In
said Court. You are hereb) command-
ed within six calendar months from
the date of the first publication of Una
notice to appear in said Cowl and
show cause, if any you can, why the
action of said Court in aulliUUItS, sa. i
will to probate should not stand un-
revoked.
GICORGE T. CLARK
County Judge
(seal) By: MEl.U.v c. DICK.
Merk
IRVING CTPEN LAW OKI -'ICES
Attorneys
825 Arthur Oodfrw Road
Miami Beach, 1-loiida
l-'ir.-t publication ..f this noti......n
the 2Mb da) of August, IMI,
t 38, 9/1-11-1*
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
thai the undersigned, desiring to en-
gage In business under the fictitious
names of OLIVER DISCOINT CEN-
TERS and OLIVER MARTS at 91-98
Miracle Mile, '"oral Gables, intends
to register said name- with the Clerk
of the Clrcull Court of Dad,- Count).
Plorl a
P1NETREE i IF CORAL
- INC.
Ki IVXER .v V VNNHE1.MER
attorneys I of ) 'oral
Gables, Inc.
-
IN THE CRCU1T COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT,
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY
FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY
NO. 64C 9464
MABEL CLAIR LOWE,
Plaintiff,
vs.
LLOYD VANA LOWE,
Defendant.
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
YO| LLOYD VANA LOWE, B8S
North Highland Road, Quitman,
Georgia, are reflujred to file your an-
swer to the complain! for Divorce
with th.- Clerk of the above styled
curt and serve a cop) thereol upon
i 1310-11 I'mi-
Rress Bull Uiaml, Florida, on or
bef...... ntbel 2Sth, 1964, elsi
takei onf
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVi:.\ that
the undersigned, desirtng to engage in
business under the ilcintoui name ol
SEASONS FOUR at 7"1 N.E. 4tli
Avenue. Miami. Florida ui.eti.i to reg-
ister said name with the Clerk of the
Circuit curl of Dade County, l-'loi-
ida.
CEBU RATTAN OP 1-l.oltlDA, IXC.
IP i\\ vI;I' R .HIRSC11
Attorno) for I 'bu Raitan of
Elorldu, Inc.
_________ __ 8/28, '.' I ll -
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
eLtVENTH JUDIC.AL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCtRY
No. 64C 8738
THE WII.I.IAMSH Hull
S.W IXtlS BAXK,
Plaintiff,
vs.
KIN LEY JONES Trustee In
tiunkruptcy, el al,
l lefenuant-
NOT.CE OF SUIT
TO: John D'Agostlno and Helen
D'Agostino, his wife, ll.-slii. in .
I'nk.iown, and if remarried,
theii unknown spouses. If living,
and if dead, the unknown heirs,
devisees. legatees, assignees,
grantees, Honors, creditors, trus-
tees or other claimants, claim-
Ing h>. through, unuer or against
an) of the above mimed de-
fendants Who are deceased.
You are hereh- notified thai the
above captloned action has been In-
stituted against ) i In the I 'Ii
i'......." the Judicial Clrcull of Flor-
ida in and for Dade Count) to for.
closi a mortgage upon the following
d. SCI il.ed leal pi Opel l\ !
I...I 7 Block VVBSTHAVEN
HEIGHTS, a. i ordlng to the Plat
thereof, recorded In Plat Book l!'
Page :i Pi bile Records of Dade
Count)', Florida, together with Wei-
hilt K In i iven & rtnng-e 51S0 13)1;
Range 11.....1 W Exh. Fan; Nome
Washer W4-415: Screen Porch, Tub
Enclosure, M..i Water Heater, Ven-
etian Blinds; en.-. Garbage Bin
W Cans; Com-. Clothes Poles and
Upholstered K Past Nook.
You are required to file your an-
swei to oiaintiif s complaint with the
Clerk of the aforesaid Court, and
serve a cop> thereof upon plaintiffs
attorney, MARTIN FINE, 14th Floor,
Dade Federal Bfilldlng, Mlaajtl S3,
Florida, not later than Oct. IM4,
or a Decree Pro Confesso will ie en
tered against you.
DATED; Aug. 36, 1964,
E. B. LEATHERMAN,
Clerk of the Circuit Court
B) : E. H. I.ANWAV,
Deput> Clerk
MARTIN FINE
Attoraev for Plaintiff
lith Floor Dade F.-.leral l'.hlg.
Miami :'.-, Florida
a I. 11. 1^. '-'"
ila: Au
I, DAI
ITIIER.M VN
Clrcull i 'oui t
i vn \^
i I-1I-1S
NOTiCE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, .' ngage in
business tin lei h< fl -tltloi name ..f
LATIN VMI RIC \ '" iNSUl T VNTS
. o||| t
a i :: I" Pan \ i
Intend:
Clerk 'll
.
u.\ r in
s
I
Building
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