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"Jewish Floradian
Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY
Number 25
Miami. Florida. Friday, Auaust 27, 1CG5
Two Sections Price 2J
Demonstrators Heckle
New Bonn Ambassador
red oat unrelenting fighter rests between rounds. Former
be Minister David Ben-Gurion, looking worn and grim,
tc address a Tel Aviv street rally for his new Israel
teis List (Rafi) which is opposing the Mapai Party ma-
lee by Prime Minister Levi Eshkol of Israel. (Photo by
en Gurion Facing
iapai Honor Court;
tvs Party on Trial
\IV 1JTA1 Former
lii r David Hen Gurion
week u fore Mapai
n o r u'mh had -im
w 13 ha
sot be '".I de>
that thi not be,

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puls: i Conner
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Inde-

r Parliai I j ple<
i
Ma
adei
The Mapai Secretariat had
previously ruled that Ben-Gurion
and six of his followers had al-
ready "expelled themselves"
from the party. In a 90 minute at
tack on Premier EsSkol's leader-
ship, Bcr Gurion told t' e Honor
Ccurt the issue was a battle "be-
tween the party machine and
norj values" anc1 that moral
Vrtlus would win.
Th( I n"
t work v ye nen" ai d
lUiiced thi :
rked
Continued on Pe;e 15 A
JERUSALEM More
than l.'iio demonstrators clashed
with polite in Jerusalem this week
ii l turned the presentation of cre-
dentials by Dr. Rolf Pauls as West
Germany's first Ambassador to Is
ra into a bloody riot that left
the envoy white-faced
Twentj weeping, yelling demon-
strator- were arrested In the melee
and an equal number of police and
protestors were injured. Shouts of
"Nazi out of here" and "Paul-,
go home" drowned out the playing
by the Israel Police Band of the
German natioral anthem, which
now begins "Unity, Justice and
Freedom" The demonstrators bit-
terly remembered the prior ver
lion, "Deutschland liber Alles."
The demonstrators arrived
early in the morning, some
wearing the striped garments of
concentration camp inmates.
Most carried placards urging the
people of Israel to remember
the Naii murder of 6,000,000 Eur-
opean Jews. A group of the dem-
onstrators broke through a police
eordor. just as Dr. Pauls left
the limousine which President
Shaiar had sent for him.
The shouting crowd surged to
ward the car Mounted police held
in reserve on n'vrhr streets
moved Into the crowd, their clubs
swinging. The demonstrators then
began throwing stones at the police.
Ashen-faced, Dr. Pauls entered
the President's olfice with his
his alde3. Participants in the pre-
sentation of credentials included
Mrs. Gold* Meir. Israel's Foreign
Minister, who kept her gaze fo-
cussed "ii the floor throughout th"
speeches
Or Pml- told the President that
the "new Germany looks back in
sadness and aohorrence on the
hideous crimes of the National So-
cialist regime which caused so
much suffering, mainly to the
Jewish people." He handed a large
envelope, containing his creden-
t bis, to President Shazar.
The President accepted the cre-
dentials, saying that "all of us"
.. fer of diplomatic relations by West
Germany ar.d Israel's acceptance
was "Striking testimony" to the
'vastness of changes" since the
Nazi era He said .lews could not
and would not forget the events
of the holocaust and that even in
the most terrible of tsose terrible
times, Jews never lost their sense
of dignity nor their faith in the
future
Precisely because of those les-
sons of tSe past, he added, it was
Continued on Page 5-A
AMBASSADOR KOif PAULS
while!actd envoy
Israel Envoy Ben \athan
ssV
Arrives to Take I p Duties
REELECTS MRS. JAC0BS0N
hdassah Adopts Budget
$9,488,000 for Year
YORK (JTA. Hadas
en's Zionul Organiza
. an
lion here u it't
1.488.1 i budget lor its 19
MBS MOffTfMfff JACOtSON
second ttrm
I | |n Israel and the i fnite I
States
V-.. .to. representing
elei !te I Mrs
Mortimer Jacobson to a sec
year t e r m as president and
lopte I i num cr i pollcj i
i. .! i i; i I so i
.,.nl, i \ [ce Pi esident Hubert
li Humphre) its 19 Henrietta
sward.
The budget includes $8,140,000
for the Israel programs, includ-
ing $3,740,000 for the Hadassah
Med'cel Organiiation. $2,100,000
for Youth Aliyah, $1,000,030 for
the buildir3 fund of the Hadas-
sah-Hebrew University Medical
Cer.ter in Jerusalem, $700,000 for
the Jewish National Fund, and
$oC0.000 for Hadaisah's vocation-
al education program.
The resolution on t h e Middle
Fast criticized she continuing flow
Continued on Page 9-A
11 \ Aher Be ?
than,
-..-- Mintstrj I i use, ar
I .it the Bonn C tlogne airp l
to lake up his lutu s as Israel's firs'
i-i aaad ir to West Germany. In
a brief statement, he declared he
saw h mission here :^ "a further
mil -stone on th road toward a bet-
ter Future Inch will bring lasting
,.,, e .. d "'' lerstan ling between
i Ur tW 0 people "
Mr Ben-Nathan noted also in his
airport statement th.it he realized
he was arrying a heavy responsi-
bilit> and that Israel could not for-
ge! "the pasi However, he e\
pres c.l the hope that the relations
:, Israel an d the Feder.il
many would insure
that "the past" WOUld not be re
. ted.
Ehrer.fiied von Holleben, chief
cf protocol of the German For-
eign Ministry, formally greeted
Israels envoy. Several leaders
of the German Jewish communi-
ty were also present to receive
him.
A few do/en spectators watched
V briel ceremony from an air-
porl b il ;ony, since as a math r ol
curity police allowed no one but
i nmenl officials, Invited
-. an l journalists on the field.
Mr. Ben-Nathan was accompan-
ied bj his uife and their two chil-
dren. Ammon it. and Miriam
i: .... driven to a h >tel in Co-
miles north of the city,
,-Kere he will make his home tem-
porar l> until Israel's new Embas-
sy i i pli it Bad Go lesberg
a uburb south ol the capital
Anger Over
Riots Stirs
Ugly Mood
BONN fJTA) Pained BUT-
and shock dominated n
. in Weal Germany to the no-
, demonstrations i '
when Bt BaM Pauls
est Germai first A
is i'- dent
Pres
Pn
rvh irs the Ni i I
. police in the most
..,,!: ... la Thurs aj that
, arrests and an equal num-
..on-
-! itors and police
une of the more notable G
- was a statement by
lor Konri \
r that he was reconsidering
plans to visit Israel Speaking in
Muenstt r, t h e lancellor
. I that the tension.- m Israel
might cause him to i rtpone his
nde I visit next Novi n i at
the m\ itati >n of my frien I, Da
Ben Gurion."
Eric M e n d e, West German
Vice Chancellor, and head of the
free Democratic Harty, a coali-
tion partner, told an election
gatlierirg that the Jerusalem
demonstrations were a resort to
Continued on P-jf 2-A
ALSO TO LEBANESE ATTACKERS
Jordan Warned Against Forays
RU5ALEM (JTA) The
Israel Government Indicated last
.., .k th it it will take dipk mafic
steps to make clear it would hold
i r Ian responsil le for further acts
aal otage originating atom J r
daman territory, At the same time
it was reported that Israel had
Uried i similar effort to warn
Lebanon ol the dangers that could
irise from Lebanese resumption of
its share cf the Aral) project to di-
vert i:. ,i es I the Jordan Rl
to deny its waters I i Israel.
Plan- lor the diplomatic actions
emerged following Cabinet meet
ii Mondaj at w hieh the sabotage
raids and the resumption of the
i lanese diversion project were
,.-, ussed l' o sabotage attacks
,. ace last week
In a related development.
Chief of Staff Gen. Iihak Rabin
declared that Israel might have
to resort to force to convince
the neighboring Arab countries
that there would be no peace on
their side of the Arab Israel bor-
der as long as the Arabs barred
peace on Israel's side.
Premier Kshkol. in his review to
the Cabinet, reportedly Btressed
the position that Jordan must is
Continued on Page 7-A


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Volume 38 Number 35
Fridav. August 27. 1965
29 Ab 5725
David Ben-Gurion
Lion's Stature
David Ben-Gurion is the wounded
lion of Israel. It is scd to see the
last angry growls of this great lead-
er as he cttemDts to wrest control of
he Marxri Party from Prime Min-
.5-er Eshkol.
We have spoken in these col-
umni often enough about the r.a-
ture of the rift which caused Mr.
Ben-Gurion to s:r.! Thai be did so, Droves whet we con-
-.-- that be
never meanl bis June '.^2 reeigno-
to be
an expedient
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e.
What is very sad now ii lhal much
be said before the
electiens in Noverr. I by Mr. Ben-Gurion
and Mr. EshkoL As still c new nation. Israel
will have to bear the intolerable burden of wit-
nessing her Founding Fathers in political strug-
gle among themselves.
In this context, it will have to be remem-
bered that only a fraction of what can be ex-
pected as a part of the struqqle is founded in
the realities of Israel's political future. The
rest will be the anary growls of a tired man
who. in the last of the opportunities available
to him. seeks to square the record: the Lavon
affair, electoral reform, political party reorgan-
ization, and German policy, among them.
None of this should diminish the stature of
David Ben-Gurion. whose name is already
clearly engraved on the pedestal of his coun-
try's history. Neither trials by Mapai Party
honor courts nor even his own petulance will
diminish his lion's stature.
Israel Interests Disregarded
The Rolf Pculs affair is an unhappy one.
We have discussed this issue from a variety
of points of view.
Pauls is Bonn's new Ambassador to Is-
rael. This should be enouah to temper the
rod feehr.es of Israelis in
memory of the sacred six million. No one ex-

bave
But. as I:- .". "rsscdor
re, the diplomatic exchange
ha ne the
twe countries.
anqry reaction by German Vice Chan-
cellor Eric Mende to the noting that greeted
Pauls' arrival in Israel is therefore as absurd
and pointless as was the riotinq itself.
If Vice Chancellor Mende should be called
on the carpet for labeling the demonstrations
as "noxious Communist-Fascist methods which
can not be tolerated." so should the demon-
strators themselves be criticized for havinq
greeted Pauls with placards reading "Pauls,
go home" and "Nazi, out of here."
Neither side seems to be showing political
sagacity at this point. All of which highlights
:ur.damental expediency of the diplomatic
ge in the first place. Isrcelis, per
should fully understand the great ad-
- West German recognition means for
them and, in the name of this very expediency.
c: best spells nothing but senseless civil dis-
obedience.
At worst, it suggests a careless disreccici
for the interests of Israel as c nation.
Hadassah's Great Progress
The Hadassah convention in New York
City last week amply demonstrates the scope
of activities of the Women's Zionist Organ-
ization of America.
The 1965-66 Hadassah budget of S9.488.000
makes Hadassah one of the most ambitious
and powerful Jewish organizations in the
world.
Throughout its history, Hadassah has con-
tinually grown toward its present status as an
indispensable aide to the State of Israel and
the Jewish indigent seeking to immigrate there.
From the days of Henrietta Szold and the
establishment of a network of clinics in then
colonial Palestine, to our own time, Hadassah's
story may be charted on a graph of constant
progress. The statistics, if nothing else, speak
for themselves.
These are ambitious figures, they repre-
sent ambitious efforts, which since its found-
ing. Hadassah has been making en increas-
ingly cmbitious levels.
Hew Religious Developments
ence of the Pa

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of Aim -. t for
o be served or. I es.
...e Temple has relenl
for membership in the United Synagcque.
All of which means that the Conservative
movement, at least by inference, increasingly
frowns upon non-kosher diet. While keshruth
may have been one area nf fastidious identi-
fication with traditional Judaism in the Con-
servative synagogue, many Conservative Jews
long ago gave up the notion that they are
bound by observing the rules of kashruth in
their personal lives.
The experience of the Pasadena Temple
serves notice that the Conservative movement
has always been serious in this traditional re-
spect. Conceivably. Conservative Judaism as
a whole may be slowly but inexorably moving
toward tradition, even as Orthodoxy tries v.
in the bounds of its conscience and philosophy
to update its own beliefs.
during
the week
as i see it
A 4JEW,S" Tele^phi
" Agency dispatch last ''
reporting the riots ln Lo ^ J
geles. quotes Charles PqJ* '
associate director of the CW|
ratty Relation1,
of the Jewish
Com
mutt,
by LEO MINDLIN
Pedcnfl,.
Council there To the ^
of our knowledge, pvnerT
dared, "we can not flnd
anti-Semitism in th^ r
but only antiwhue feefcav
The dispatch admits to Posner's recognition that a numb-r of .^
stores destroyed in the fires were owned and operated by Jews *
of the stores burned out in the fires had employed Negroes; oth '
had not But the actions were not anti-Jewish "
In the main, however, one is led to the conclusion that %%i.
many Jewish store owners suffered huge losses during the protrjr,N
noting in the Negro Watts area of Los Angeles, hasty cor,1 .sIori '
anti-Semitism are simply, in Posner's words, "not accura'.
But another dispatch from the west coast by Nicholas Von Ho*
man published in the Aug 19 edition of the Miami Herald Dffertg
eru:rl> different vw. The Herald story begins with a descrittfcj
of the arrival of Or Martin Luther King at the airport and *.$ ln,
subsequent detail about the reaction to his presence, whu-. ann...
entry was typical of the general Negro attitude toward V
who preach non-violence, condemn civil disobedience and
operation with the slower expressions of government ret
Von Hoffman quotei one WatU area rititea as dedai
ed Negro no contact with us The> doi krx*.
us. th'-v don't know how we feel or what wi want an>
o Mr White Man
THl BITTtt fAllUIH Of HICB0 UNDl8STANDINC
CONTINUES THE INTERVIEW: W.
** \
But the geni ....
. ess si
..... ...



t the at
noteri k< i
viewed, si
til berj For in the en :
plicity b. ntal appears all k glib and facile in
of the larger Negro deprivations and needs And our cmi uh
hearts prompt ui to feel foolish about our disturbance over th.
ents m Lea Angeles, where the downtrodden "men
somewhat more eloquently to burst the chains asunder of their
and oppr< ssjon
These are tide issues as is the sad and ultimate fact thai
have played a long and at times extremely difficult role in th. in.
rights movement now finally bearing fruit which too manv \
teem determined to stain, while at the same time staining tt
without whose efforts the) might easily be far further behind in IBM
drive toward equality
: -i- -i-
JtWISM CONTKIBUTIOM A TIKKIBLl FA8AD0X
JHE PRINCIPAL ISSUE is that the Negro MM the Jewish fontl
button in terms of a terrible paradox hvpothetical Saul >
of fashionable Bel Aire, and the NAACP sticker on the window
Watts area liquor store who alleged!) cheati the Negro of I
the community'i none) and who is also lomehow vaguely r-
for his total oppression
These are, of course, clear!) ting views of what
,n '- But I do not believe one should be herd put l
ai whether it is th, .ita or Miami Herald report in which
Th.. JTA rtorj wen if unwittu
:' with
1 U disol than in pi
rhe Von Hot tor) in ll

I .lew: '

i

Ii d SI
S0MI SICOHD THOUGHTS OH OUt IDlNTIfKATlOHS
y^N ARTICLE BY I,, \ hur llert/'.er. in the Sum-
the Journal of Jewish Communal Service qi arteri) p
of tin National l onfi rein. of .1. wish i oDimuiul Service esai
'';,e ':''!> Rbbi Heruberg ipiritual leader of Temi
uei m Bngtowood N.i. predicts an end to Jewish Bnanc.
nations in the evil rights field Declares Rabbi Hertsbei
Jews with primary commitments in m,. fjt.|d f nv,| righl
and are song outside the Jewish community into teni n
izations"
"Our major Jewish orfsniaettoaa, whit
tbeii sole contemi
'" : are engi their
RabbiHertrb.
.
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Friday. August 27 1965
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Page 5-A
LETTERS TO THE EDITOR
wish Convert and Intermarriage
EDITOR The Jewish Floridian:
valid We should b most careful -Iran n> distinction between those
not to cotifu-r
I. you, editoH.. of a, .3. rf- TmS^S.^SS^^ E^jS "?* ** '".....
in,-.' i made to Hie "niterniar- 1(.r(.n, hs ..,'.., vho became Jews by conversion,
{ vmram Hlau. lead- u ^ ,' u ,^ i,navid
r .,:| ...Neutral bM." Your Dl.n; nTX* 1I CX isioE ITfJ* ?? of Ruth,
Mention is called to the fact that rather ,nan by hirth
woman Itabbi Hlau married
orsion, j,.w,.ss Qy conversion,
,,,; ;,, H moat regrettable that some
"TL'ZSISS. i><'w.ero,H>mvTfi/,he l.rah sri" fi* <> h nol U.rn Of Jewish Parents. dls',mll,,n',n ".Ihere to Jewish law and tradition,
*.....; ^"^ Sal SB* IS^JtSTuSZ ^<* emotional inability to
, ihe editorial seeks to make. L faris convert as fu" **. not-
,, ,,. concluatoi. drawn, are b> ["Jr?ri?IJi5*tf tC *2!,,*X J*?* !5 ?ra>
lemonstrators
leckle New
' rSIOM a I ieU
. held fi\ mutts Or"
nties, u).' no com ti
tions outside of their movement
example to tlir contrary und even
,ate to ji old :hc angry feel
mmunit) lir loai ad-
I'lled r,i move from Jfruulrm juj
[u^r up residence m B'nai B ral;
Sunshine Chapter
Has Card Party
nshine chapter, B'nai B'rlth
Wi men, held a card party
: i day. 1 p.m.. at Washington
Federal Savings and Loan Audi-
torium, 69J NE 167th St., No. Mi-
ami Beach
Mrs Jack Dresner was chairman,
assisted by Mrs Samuel Rahson.
Mrs Lee Meisner, and Mrs. Lee
I'erlmutter.
Mrs. Samuel Kupsenel, member-
ship vice president, greeted alt
new and prospective members.
Continued from Pao,e 1-A
rqent that all concerned, con-
centrate their erwgiet on the
uture so that the spreaders of
atred 'may be cut off and the
>irit o< that evil period may
kever ccme to life again."
prior status of a convert in his
presence.
Our teacher Moses married a
woman who was not horn a Jew
ess. and the Prophet Obadiah was
lOnn AniDaSSaCiOr ;i conver1 '" Judaism, ..- was On-
kelos. the great commentator on
the Bible, to name but a few of
t b OS a who accepted the Jewish
faith and thereafter made contribu-
tions to Jewish life, thought and
law of which our people may Justly
be pi oud
The Book of Ruth was included
in the Holy Writ apparently to re-
llle thin >-hook hands with the mind us that we are commanded to
Ivoy who then shook hands with
Israi li officials, Everybody
len sat down to drink the tradi
D'-al Jewish toast "La. Hayim"
k,l in it,.,: briefly
Most of the demonstrators had
ft the area when Dr. Pauls
nerged t iten to the playing of
i> the Israel Police
ind but some were -till present
|bt res in ,i shouting
i ntin ting demonstra-
Ins, leftist Mapam Party
in a r i h earlier I his
k >. .,! scores >( placard-
uths marched through
of tru main itreeta >! Jeruaa-
di i nstrating against Dr.
I s ai membrance,"
perm um d in reference to the
ol European Jewry
for the coning Of th.e Messiah, a
descendant of David.
fore of Ruth,
faith.
and there-
a convert to our
JOSH REPHUN
Miami Beach
'EDITOR son \\ ( vt .,.;: :., .,,
of the prohibition ,>/ discrimination
agdltul intermarriage and thf COW"
verl :o /uJaxm. The punt o/ the
editonal merely uidi th.it prohibi-
tion is not j ti.:< i\ rr marriage lociolo ncally haj become
tynonymout u::'1-, marnaga betioeen
in o paroei of different rel
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A
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vneklcim
TITLE
mtmAKca co..r
Itest rallies and marches
beei held in half a dozen
since Dr. Pauls arrived
wn Arrests have b**n
ie in number of the protests
tly o- charges of disturbing
peace and defacing public
reperty.
lome ol youth group demon-
:, nteii St a i of David
I' liter, rei
embli n Ihe N'azii forced their
I" .-b to m %> alls in
fw Donee Cen'er
i u n l in I square
i ers intermediate,
id ad\. ,! are now forming at
lelphi Hall, North Miami's new
One ol the featured
Hers i Lester Linn, coordinator
the Julj Kmirth Square Dance
^-t i\ a I at the Kontainebleau llo-
H arr j Howe, authority on
ind dai ting, will head the facul-
ii new college .>f round,
am! bquare dancing.
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But, when there are more than 6,200 savings and loan
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company and we have to work hard to stay with them.
What does that mean to you? It means that Dade Federal
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IF IT'S A SAVINGS program you want, you can rest assured
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Wherever you live in Dade County, there's an office
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Our business hours are long and include one evening a week.
Other services available to you include:
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Series E Savings Bonds and Christmas Clubs.
Come in. Make us show what we do to hold our place among
the nation's top savings and loan associations.
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Convenient Branch Locations
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Friday. August 27
Rabbinical Association in Condemnation
Of Holiday 'Mushroom Synagogues'
The Greater Miami Rabbinical
cia'.l'm Wednesda.
moved to condemn and der

reant for the High Hob; Daj per-
od alone.'"
In a resolution issued here, the
resolution said that
Whether conducted in hotel-
rtment buildings, or other such
r.u-d or borrowed facilities, such
ethities undermine the reh-
jnd spirit of the Jewiefa com-
inlilj
The Rabbinical Association
resolution explained its position
on the basis that "unaffi Mated
worshippers fail to identify
themselves with exiting syna-
throoghoot the year."
.nued t h e res ''
csl! upon all our ,
to refra.n from ot sup-
porting. pro\' {or
or a--- inj su< b mua ir i n
ognee We urge our
to join a -hip m
the pel
ice."
The resolution was limed 'n '"'
name of the Rabbinical Association
cv Rabbi Jonah E t apian pre-,
dent, and Rabbi Solomon Sea
ecutive vice president.
OTfrW POSrTrWK ItSTfD
Temple Judea Names Kreutzer
Rabbi Morns A Kipper and Dr
harles Rc-enfield. chairmen of the
!.u'ation Committee, announce
hat the administrator of the Tem-
School for 1965-66
. be Franklin D. Kreutzer. uho
nrved last year is supervisor of
"he Sunday School.
Hebrew School meets on Tues-
and Thursday with the h
teacher- Mr- Oil M
:. Berman. An innovation in the He
proayara will be a regular
-ion devoted to liturgical
Hebrew, consisting of songs and
r- used at the monthly Yam-
Worship Service, and at the
y Worship Semce
Tea chin, liturgical Hebrew will
be Mr-. Jud.tr. Kreuts
- nday School will meet on Sun-
noraiags the follow-
.-.:: M: Mr-
Be baeta She via Robert Cropper,
Mr- Barbara Friedman Mr-
Marcia Kovei M th Kn

Confirmation and pre-confinna-
ii ill meet on T
after-.- one R ibbi Kipper will
teach the confirmation ell
Rabbi Sanford Seltaer will con:
the pre-coniirmation C... -- Kabbi
Seltze- is director of the Southea-t
Council of the L'nion of American
Hebrew Congregations
Flying officers aren't sup-
posed to get lightheaded as
they maneuver runways. But
El Al Israel Airlines' Ger-
shon Stschik has good rea-
son {or giddiness- this par-
ticular runway is built for
fashions, not for jets. Sts
is only part of the special
treatment El Al devised fcr
a special collection of Israel:
haute couture fashions. No:
only did Officer Stschik safe-
ry escort the designs from Is-
rael, he also escorts them
end the:: lovely models
across Americas leshior.
runways.
^A*^Mr>^^r>^^r>^rX^^nMr>^M^W>^^^^W^r^>^W^
;
ENTIRE COMMUNITY INVITED TO SPECIAL LATE
FRIDAY SERVICES AUGUST 27 th at 8:15 P.M.
BETH TORAH CONGREGATION
Conservative
' Nof" Cade's F rst Synagogue & Sc-oo!
1051 NO. MIAMI BEACH BLVD. (163rd St.)
North Miami Beach
PHONE: Wl 7-7528
Abraham J. Gittelson, Educ. Dir.
Rebecca Kay,
Kindergarten Director
REGISTRATION NOW OPEN FOR NURSERY THROUGH
CONFIRMATION AND HIGH SCHOOL.
MEMBERSHIP BEING ACCEPTEO AND
RESERVED HIGH HOLY DAY SEATS DISTRIBUTED.
DR MAX A LIPSCHITZ,
RABBI
Beth Moshe
Sells Facilities
Bet! .relation. V3tuH<
W Dixie Huy h.i* disfxed "f
temple eeclJitiei at HBO xw and
Ave for SS6.0
New occupant.- will be members
of the North Dade Greek Orthodox
Conun .m*>
The facilities were previously
occupied by Beth Emetfi Congre-
gation. Beth Moshe was created
by the merger between Beth
Emeth and Congregation Yehu-
dah Moshe in May, 1*3.
r.eth Emeth was original!; -".
libhed in 19.VJ Yehudah M o -
ImewH ..- North '.'.lie Jewish
.l n- aeon In I
Precedent lloane Co
ujI leader ta Rabbi Richard Mai
itz
Dade Legislators To be Speakers
Dale Coat*)
bf th" YM er- K-inert Shevin j
V\MI\ oi Dobbin Kill be lu, .^ 'II
5V onThurada) Ini 26. Thr> will report on bed Ihe
p m u lac North Bali '"' "*' rpport
Temple Ner Tamld
80th AND CARLYLE AVENUE
MIAMI BEACH. HOBUDA
Extends A Cordial Invitation to the
COMMUNITY TO WORSHIP WITH US
For the Ensuing II14. II IIO1.110 Us
Membership Inquiries Welcomed
IH.IM I AMVNt Itabi.i
I M\\ Altll KLEHK, lanlor
ASSISTED BY PROFESSIONAL CHOIR
UMDIU THf DHICTION Of JOSEPH SCNKfJSMAN
SEATS ARE NOW AVAILABLE ALSO
IN THE AIR-CONDITIONED SKLAR AUDITORIUM
Of TNI TEMPLE FOR THE OVERH0W SERVICES
CHANTED BY CANTOR HYMAN FEJN
SI 2 SO PER PtfSON
REGISTRATION NOW BEING TAKEN
FOR ALL DEPARTMENTS OF
RELIGIOUS AND SUNDAY SCHOOL
SCHOOL STARTS TUESDAY. AUGUST 31st. 1965
f0 MHHHATION REGARDING RfUCIOUS SERVKES AMD JCHOOt
CALL UN 6-9833 or UN 6-8345
a + ** *** *.
BETH ISRAEL CONGREGATION
ORTHODOX
770 West 40th Street
MIAMI BEACH
Phone: JE 8-1251
ISRAELITE CENTER
CONSERVATIVE
3175 S.W. 25th St., Miami Ph. HI 5-1529
Registration now open for Hebrew and Sunday School
EDUCATIONAL DIRECTOR: RABBI SIMON APRIL
Membership Being Accepted
You are cordially invited to worship with us for the
High Holidays
SERVICES CONDUCTED BY RAMI S. AlVIN SCHWARTZ
' Parness, President Al Zisman, Chairman of the Board
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Kneseth Israel Congregation
1415 EUCLID AVENUE MIAMI BEACH
Newest and Mot! Modern Synagogue on the Beach.
Completely Reconstructed.
Modirn Social Net! Servfua tht Community.
Wt art ahtai at schetfult we rfff be rto*y bffor* n> naliiayt.
SEUCH0S SERVKES WILL BE HELD IN MAM SANCTUARY MtWMGHT, MPt. IB
Reservations now being accepted for the High Holidays.
RABBI DAVID UHRFIEiD
Cantor Abraham Seif and Choir Officiating
Klutznick Endows
Chair at Brandeis
By Special Report
WAI.THAM Mass. Philip M
Klutznick, Chicago busineaa and
CMC leader, and a former U.S
represenUlive to the IMted Ka
tions, has endowed a chair in soci-
ology at Brandeis L"nner*it>
Prominent Brandeis socioloia-t
John K. See ley lia> been rwnied the
fir-^t incumbent of (he chair, which
uill be known as the Philip \l
Klutznick Endowed Chair in So-
ciology
The S2SO.000 gift front Klutznick
Will be supplemented by additional
funds from the Ford Foundation to
complete endowment for the pro-
fessorial chair This unngemenl
i- In keeping with the term of a
matching yrant made lo Braadeii
by the Ford Foundation to encour-
establtahmenl ol chairs, fellow
MtBi and scholarsJups
Klut/nick. who served as a l"S
ntativc t0 the BeOMUic
and Social Council of the L'nited
Natiou frona l6i to 1962. is a
Braadeii traatee and has aeaa ta
ted with the university since
i irli< it vrars Senior partner
sti Klutznick Enterprises, he baa
held huh state and national p
for over a quarter century
RABBI BEREL WEIN
Spiritual Leader
Rabbi Sholom LifshiM
Educational Directo-
REGISTRATION NOW OPEN FOR
TUITION-FREE RELIGIOUS SCHOOL
BEGINNERS. INTERMEDIATE AND BAR-MITZVAH AGE CLASSES
MEMBERSHIP BEING ACCEPTED AND
RESERVATIONS TAKEN FOR
HIGH HOLIDAY SEATS
SERVICES WILL BE CONDUCTED IN OUR
NEWLY COMPLETED AIR-CONDITIONED SANCTUARY
Moses J Grundverg
President
Dr IrvMn Make
Vice-Preside"
AGUDATH ACHIM Congregation
LOMBARDY HOTR
6305 Collins Avenue Miami (teach
HIGH HOLIDAY SERVICES
TO BE CONDUCTED BY RABBI SIMON APtU
RABBI HARRY ZAIETSKY, Center
Reservations now being accepted-Tickots Available
DAILY 1 to 5 P.M. EVENINGS 7 K 9 P M
SUNDAYS TO THURSDAYS
ORTHODOX StKVKIS SUM SIB.50 1 $12.50
INQUIRIES INVITED PHONE 8*6-7761
Mapam Rejects Alianment
XKLAVIV .JTA. -The Cen-
tral Committee of the M a pa m
Party rejected an offer by Ahdut
Avodah. invitin- Mapam to join
the political alignment of Mapai
and Ahdut Avodah. Leaders of ftfa-
IMm ..id Uiuy would wait until ui
ter next fall's elections to the Knes
set before makin up their minds
on alignment.
! THE PRIDE OF MIAMI BEACH !
The newait, most recently constructed, ultra-modern fully
| a.r- ' BETH RAPHAEL CONGREGATION;
1545 JEFFERSON AVENUE |
Cordially invitei you to worship with us in our
Tredrtonal and Conservative up-to-date services during the
High Holy Days
Conducted by
RABBI ZEVI I. GREENWALD
assisted by
CANTOR SAUL H. BREEH nd CHOIR
'farmarly at Tamph Mar ImmU)
TMBatS available at 1$45 Joffaeaeei Avo. or call JE 245*2
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lay. August 27. 1965
+Je*M fkwMiw
Page 7-A
igh Cost of Synagogue Affiliation
By EDWARD COHEN
Ihe nine of the High Holy Days
; ,,.(. and the voice of the Jew
l1(.;ir(| m our synagogues too
En. it may seom. in anger or
Impair lueau.se of the high cost
[< urn-ship and education.
Hewntly. Dr. Maurice N Ei*
Lidrath, president of the Union
|f \mencan Hebrew Congrega-
JOIW, reported to his Board of
fnsBtets that "Our synagogues
L,,v. become middle class iris'i-
fcuioiis." and charged that "There
, golden curtain drawn he
Aeen rhe financially disadvant-
gd tmi the synagogue un
a they are prepared to face the
i.lii;nitv of pleading poverty."
That Ms is as true in Greater
liami a- any place else in the
pjUon is obvious to anyone. Mm,
jhether he is a professional ad
unistrator or a membership
Jiairman. la faced with the prob-
fm ot inienieuini: prospective
lesSjbera at this time of the year.
High Standards
For while it is a commonplace
Lew i li life to bemoan the
hiail percentage of Jeus affd-
|:.! wMi I synagogue, it is all
k> obvious that many have not
i so because thes either
,in- unable to penetrate "the
k ain" or feared to make
|j because of pride
I ither reaaom for non-
bul thai
tvprioed i) na Rogue is
. [lucnl am ietj. papl
rest Rich or
* at.
KHESETH ISRAEL
CONGREGATION
the 3rd Year is opening
doors of their Hebrew
to the children of our
lmunity
Tfree of tuition
ie your child the opportun-
of being better informed
.s and good Americans at
lo cost to you.
Crises fully airconditiontd,
italitd with competent traeheri.
Reftisrrerion:
Sundoyj 9:30 to 12 Neon
Weekdays 3 to 4:30 p.m.
1415 EUCLID AVENUE
rViiomi Beach, Florida
Telephone 538-2741
m
!.,'.: i I I '. fl< i! Im
i..'.> Tlir
files "|
Greater Miami prrsotidlitiej A.
adminutraioT of Temple Israel
i>j Greater Muimi he bereifttfi
t.vjmiutt a problem facing
femthei u.i.i ilieir relationship
to ike we of wucuUr-
r importance \ the ei <
of die tilth Holy Dc\ imm i
K< d.lr rs ere mi u.i 10 off* t
their optiueiM.
jxMir. the modern American Jew
demands an excellence winch can
oill) l>e met in terms ot money
building, rabbi, oaaiar, educator,
teacher program and will no!
be -at; lied with less than some
tKii ipproxim {the besl
tad since evcrj American Jew
is pi, sun d io be of middle
class or belter, until
pn otherwise his approach
to thi i with .1
as
:i e M. those
meet i lass
s arc confronted with
-i.i. Us in "| their .le-
- e ited At l<
"us i- tt.i.it ihey report; be
their anger, bonce their despair,
is g u s t and disillusionment
rhere i< no real way >t latew
the extent o, lius NOOSOOd policy
"t rejection by a great majority
in- local sj n; in mum-
eases it i- andaabtadl) true from
tile ver\ u.itu.-e ul tile prebii-lil.
Meeting the Budget
Tin- is not intended as criti-
cism or .i|xiiox\. bul *s an at-
tempt to air the problem and
point toward a poosiasc solution
which, .n itself, maj be no m>1ii-
tion at all for m lions
in G ami.
it we grant that aufticiejil
i |rj be i i<-\idod i" '"ii
iii. t ,. modern American syna-
.i high standard the
is not really hew
BETH DAVID CONGREGATION
NOW REGISTERING FOR
RELIGIOUS SCHOOL
\|.-:nl' 77th AVENUE ard S.W 104th STREET
'near Palmetto lysss So. Dixie Hwy.)
Offering full 6 Year Curriculum Bar Mitivah Instruction
.Main School
S.W. 3rd AVENUE at 26th ROAD
Same fully Licensed Faculty Will Teach at Both Schools
XnrNOry Srhool 3 thru 5 Years of Age
SCHOOL STARTS MONDAY, AUG. 30, 1965
FOR INFORMATION: CALL THE SCHOOL OFFICE 371-1882
? DEADLINE *
Deadline for the SPECIAL SECTION of the
KOSH HASHONA ISSUE, devoted to
ORGANIZATIONS and RELIGIOUS GROUPS
WILL BE FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 3rd.
If your Congregation or Ore,aniaation wishes to ho represent-
od and hoe not as yet sent In Greeting, call H\r%. Thompson at
PR 3-4605
much'.'" hut "how?" No matter
What the annual bodge! may be
whether it is 1280,000 or $25,000
the determination for getting the
funds is the congregation's, if
the big inidfiet is for a congrega-
tion of 1,250 families and the
small for one of 125. the answer
aeema obvious: if every mem-
ber pays $2011 a year the budget
is met.
And that's the rub. of course.
The congregation is confronted,
really, with only two choices:
either to seek members primarily
from among those who can pay
$200 each year, or try to develop
a system along the lines of the
old Kchillah. which taxed each
Jew according to his means. The
former is the favorite because it
is easier especially since it
involves fewer Jews. After all,
the power of the European state
is not behind (he efforts of Amer-
ican institutions to get from each
of oir Jews according to his abil-
ity to pay.
A flexible dues system by which
each family pays in proportion
to its ability, and no member is
therefore anything but "first
class." is one which lew syna-
gogues can establish, no matter
how ideal it seems and how pride-
fully those who have done it pro-
claim its validity. This system
simpl) needs enough wealth)
people who would paj substan
tiall] above the hypothetical 1200
to make up for those who can
not, thus bringing the bu
wee.
Little flexibility
Bel >> iter Miami s Jew i
eoeorepa-- i ithin one
to an Miami B e a h, or
;leighl -. bel live in encla\ >- ,
-can. i. I thi'"i fhoul the len
and in radUi ei Hade i oont). in
I lions Wen are for the moat
t tconomtanily stracified
Thus in in o ot the tubui ba
there is little hope for Qexibilit)
mere is ti o mu< h unifa rmit) of
Israel Warns
Jordan Against
Water Attacks
Continued from Pee* m
siime responsibilit) tor the raidi
members of the new terrorist
up, El Fatah, wbioh has h. .
quarters in Syria but is currei I)
operating from Jordanian terri-
tory The Cabinet was told that pre-
ial). Ji rd.un.ii! auth ritiea
i.ikeii moasures to curb I
tivities but that it now
that such measures had been si
eaed.
The Pn micr reported thai dip-
lomatic 'ii'iis v.i re '' u made
in we-!eni i .q>i a Is i cm c< mil
Lebanon reaumptton ot diversion
. (forts Ue si bos hajrl been uvt pa moderation in
Israel's ri -' I COUrae .vInch
Lsrael has been it was
indicated, however thai Israel
could ii"t remain passive il the
iivoraton *ork was continued, ,i
view tin1 Premi
ak to l ;:iti d States Vmba tsador
Walworth Baabour
Rabin issued ins warning
at a dinner meeting in Tel Aviv
mith nieiiii ers of .i United Jet
oal Voin i i i Mission,
in answering queti about the
Fatah raids and Israel's policy of
r< sponae He told the mission mem-
bers that while he believed that
neither Jordan nor Lebanon were
seeking war with Israel, the) were
nevertheless nol using all the
means available to halt the Fatah
raids.
income and none of the drvoroit)
to be found in the central city
synagogue. For every SlOO fam-
ily there must be a $300 family
and. since these latter are fewer,
the Sl'Wi family begins to feel that
it is not wanted. From the few
statistics we have on hand on
dues structures, it is all too ob-
vious thai they are not. although
it is still an anti-Semitic fiction
thai "all Jews .ire rich."
GtMtul Suggestion
While the term "dues" is mo-t
often used as the basis for aver-
age cost, a good many congrega-
tions depend upon ad journals.
Yom Kippur appeals, dances and
Other lund-raising devices which
Rabbi Eugene Lipman, of Wah-
ingto.'i. aaHea "aohnorring." N
matter what the term, the over-
all basic cost is still there for th
a v e r a g e s) nagogue-affiliatv I
Jew.
This does not pretend to oltt
the solution for the financial
problem- of all synagogues an
all .lews who wish to be affiliated
with a congregation There ai _-
man) who would meet then !
nancial responsibility to the yni
yogue only through the pun h..-
ot Mats on the High Holy Da>-
tand find 1..: too many synj
gogues ready to accommodai
them I; there are 0 t h e r s wli
would want reallv to he part o.
a congregation and find only i
$10 seat on the holidays availabl
to them, a suggestion ol generi
worth is thi-
That ever) Je be treated a-
if he were affiliating with a S)
agogue. and not as if he WeT
seeking membership in the com
tr\ club.
Temple Sinai Plans Programs
Temple Sinai Religious School Jewish Education.
will open on Sept. 12. All classes
will be held at John F. Kennedy
Junior High School in North Miami
Beach, lrom 9 a.m. to 1 p.m.. every
Sunday.
The staff, under the direction of
Irving Jaoohaon, principal, and
Rabbi Daniel M. Lowy. spiritual
leader of the Temple and educa-
tion director, will continue to
maintain the standards that have
merited the school with an A-l ac- dios. prodwoers ol "Flipper" ^n
crethtation from the Bureau ol other television series.
In addition. Rabbi Lowy and J.
CObson are planning a Keli.uou-
School for adults on Sundays troj
11 a.m. to 1 p.m. aj the same li -
cation.
Temporary offices ol the Ttinpl-
are now situated at 1820 NE 'bit .
st No, Miami Beaoh The t< rnpi
last week sold its facilities at 1210 >
\K 15th Ave to the Ivan Torr Sti
THf EDUCATIONAL DEPARTMENT OF
TEMPLE EMANU-EL
Dr. Irving Lthrman, ftofebi Samuel J. leibotviti, tducttionetl Di
Announces ihe Opening of
All Divisions of Its Religious School
MONDAY, AUGUST 30
THE SOLOMON SCHECHTER DAY SCHOOL
General Secular and Hebraic Studies
NURSERY-KINDERGARTEN DEPARTMENT
Half-Day Pre-School Bi-cultural Program
WEDNESDAY THURSDAY, SEPT. 1 2
WEEKDAY AFTERNOON HEBREW SCHOOL
Main Building 1701 Washington Avenue
Tuesday, Thursday, Sunday
North Branch, 77th St. & Dickens Ave.
Monday, Wednesday, Sunday
SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 12
SUNDAY & CONFIRMATION DEPARTMENTS
Main Building 9 A.M. 10:30 A.M.
North Branch 11 AM. 1?.30 P.M.
ALL DEPARTMENTS CLOSED LABOR DAY WEEKEND
September 5 & 6
FOR FURTHER INFORMATION CALL
TEMPLE EMANU-EL SCHOOL OFFICE
Main Branch at Washington Avenue: JE 1-9745
North Branch Building UN 5-0216
Jainel Art Gallery
Jafnel Art ('.alien has opened it
,">30 Uncoln Mall. Patio I, Mrs
Samuel A. Jafnel is gallery direct
or. The gallery taataros aatajinal
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doms," is on permanent exhibition
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Hadassah Lists $9,488,000 Budget
Hue Star Camps counselor-trainee qroup are shown here
?rlormmg at the 37th annual Asheville, N.C.. Dance and
1usic Festival. Presentina Israeli folk dances before an
ludience of some 1,500 spectators, the group represented the
state of Israel with excitinq and colorful dances. Directed
Lv Robert Papier, of Pittsburg, Pa., the group, numbering 48.
hie selected high school seniors who train under Miss Edie
Clein. of Athens. Ga.
femple Israel Sets Pre-School Weekend
'orkshop With Educator as Speaker
Faculty and staff of UV Relig
V- School <>f Temple- Israel of
pater Miami will participate in
| v end pre school workshop at
Monmartre Hotel under Hie di-
rt nn of Dr. Joseph !( N.in-t tn !
in?or Jacob <; Born inn. Relig-
S tool director rhe 196
hool t .11 Im-kips Sept 11 and \2.
lb Samuel Meaner, of the
ire Hebrew College FaCtll
lid a .ifi membeff of the Board
fcwixti F.ducation. will conduct
torkstx ; w hit '.\ gets u ri with Sabatii Eve servici at
pie Israel this Friday and a
>n ; rogram follow ins
[On Saturday morning, follow-
worsiup services, at which
kabbi Natot will preach on "The
Faith of the Teacher," Dr. Glas-
er will lead workshops in Jew-
history and, after lunch,
[Pathways Through a Textbook."
evening will be devoted to
(wish culture, with readings
torn Jewish literature, folk
nqs and folk darcinj.
tunda) morning'i program will
based on a discussion oi Ihc
krrnal Light film. "Pages Iron
Talmud," with I>r. rnuot ami
f. Glasner leading the talk Pol-
ring lunch, i>r Glamer will eon
rt a workshop tor Hebrew teach
n The Silenl Reading Meth
i of Hebrew U i o n
i Dr Glasner hea apt
ious education and b
I th< nation's leading Jewish
I in ,lie fiel i He received
ication from
' i\'> sit) hi Georgia
i' i Israel teachers, drawn
the | -ulii -i In,ii... colli
Jewish agencies of the com
inity, who will take part in fie
rkend workshi p are Joan Born
in, Ufred Una-. Irvin Block. Es
pla Bteih, Barbara Adler, ("ami
Her. Nancy Kaufman. Irene Co
i. Linda Levene, Daniel Borows-
Donald Swam, F.lainc Rack-
Arthur Chas.sman. Sidney
P Haness. Joseph Yanich, Rcgina
uch. W i 11 a r d Schlesinger.
riant- Coan. Judy Enteen. Nor-
in Enteen. Jerry Taft, Joel WetM,
[D. Bernstein. Arthur Skwer. Ira
Rul. Murray Geller. Irwin Har-
and Itiylns Kaplan.
488/ SAMUU CtaSNfR
Continued from Page 1-A
' S r m i to Egypt and
Presi lent Nasser re
pei assertions that war with Is
rael a s "inevitable.1 The dele
lates urged the United state- Got
ernmenl to provide arm- directl;
In Israel to prevent an) "military
lalance" in the Middle East,
I hi > also asked the tinted States
m impress on the Arab states that
'unlawful water diversion proj-
ect."- to deny Jordan River water
to Israel were "acts of aggression "
continued aid to Israel was urged
as was United States encourage-
mint of the leaders and peoples of
the area to concentrate efforts on
regional cooperation and peace
In another resolution, the dele-
gates lauded American aliyah to
Israel and said Hadassah consid-
ered it -an obligation" of the
American Zionist movement to fos-
ter such immigration. The dele
1 gates urged all Hadassah chapter-
to cooperate with official aliyah
groups "and to encourage support
and understanding of aliyah within
their communities."
The delegates, in another reso-
lution, urged the I'nited States
Government to implement a new
I law aimed at protecting American :
' business firms from being forced '
to engage in the Arab boycott
against Israel. The new law is an
amendment to the 1959 Export Con-
trol Act enacted earlier this year.
It protects American business
firms from such pressures but
leaves implementation to the Pres-
ident.
The Hadassah award, which Car-
rie- a prize of $1,000. was given to
the Vice President for "advancing
the idea of freedom" and for "ac-
tive sponsorship and energetic en-
couragement of national and in-
ternational medical research "
In his response, the Vice Pres-
ident said that after seeing the
Haadassah Hebrew University
Mec'ical Center in Jerusalem, he
wanted to see it again and that
he hoped more and more Amer-
icans "and other visitors of ev-
ery faith and nationality would
see it and be inspired by it."
He also said that Israel's medical
research "had already enriched
the world far beyond" what
might have been predicted by
some slide-rule formula, such as
its siie r4 natural resources.
Dr Judah .1. Shapiro, executive
secretary of the Foundation for
-;i Culture told elegates Mrs Harry P Fierst, Hadassah
.-h National Fund chairman.
learning" in modern tunes must reported that Hadassah had
be 'umi : fron I 1 for ea started .. three-year program to
istence within the Jewish enclave rais< J2.500.000 for a 2,200-acn
or against tin- p< ssibilitj if Jewish .... u ,,_ ,
,,,,', .. project Hadassah HaGalu, to be
catastrophe, to the conviction that '
such understanding will make located near the Lebanese bordei
more effective spokesmen for the ; it was of vital importance
attainment of social justice and ti Israel's security that this land
world order." ;.. Lral Galilee be reclaimed,
Aon lassador Michael Comay, I- t roadi and homes ho built, and
rael's permanent representative 1 ; lustries be developed for Jew
the United Nations, told the con- ish settle- She reported that th.
vention that continuing Arab DOS- JNF planned to develop two new
tilities left Israel no choice except '- in Malassah Ha-Galil. Naha-
to maintain "a high level of deter-iJet nd Garmiel.
rent strength.' r
Dr. Mnhe Davis, director of the '
Institute of Contemporary Jewry
in Jerusalem, said that the fact
that religious pluralism was taking
root in the United States offered
Jew s "a singular opportunity to
play a distinctive role on the
world scene." The former provost
Of the Theological Seminary of
America stressed that religion
"will be the only bridge between
American Jewry and other world
communities, and between them
and Israel." He al-o appealed for
|more immigration by American
Jews to Israel.
IS8$L
I. L. Kenen, executive director
of the American Israel Public
Affairs Committee, told the dele-
gates that, if the United States
could not stop the Middle East
arms race because the "Soviet
Union insists on using surplus
weapons for political currency,
then we must ask our Govern-
ment to adopt a frank and open
policy to strengthen Israel's de-
terrent capacity."
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TIT S
D leant* aad Jjer per-
i: she A_*ctona murder
(i.- Bensena -ee*
i- nf Qe*-n nther d*en reeeevec | .-man t e r m of from
taeee -5 :-4 yenr* and three were
nranat:*-:
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ere charted -vr and
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mOM and .**.-
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fctmi Jane l*>. when
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F *. a o d ana January j^he~
tre :i-p rnS nj 5
tr.ai mated r. -
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The six Jnee gi men
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. former SS
I
and complicity in murder .c !
Franz Hoffmann. S9. former S?
enntair cor.ticted of rr.erder ir
-: one case and complicity in
M iea't case? thre* of n*n.h
neahmd i*. >: 7*0 v..-urn*.
Oiw.m Kadwk. 59. former SS
wyirf feund fwftty of mur-
der in at least '8 c$es and com-
pWcrry m et htest 1? case*, one
<* wh.ch ,n,oled at least I.**
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feand eu..t> in l
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wim 2* victim* and
F.m:'. Bednarek J8. a pr
turned trial > cm rind of mur-wr
in at eat 14 ca-es
Kaoer Mu.ka M, formrr a------1
i?t?ma*an nt-*rrfrrHed to
14 eearv the lonaev Bl BM
icra
Time served before and durinfl
the trial will be deducted from
the sentences. Many of the con-
victed defendants are I- I Jill
,0 appnm me, ek ?
do M.
.irfendnni- m unnn^t
iUr- IWnej" re
r pk- that tVy had
only obeyed or> :- <,
3 -"' "Bi
He *id that H ne^Ofe.
Uke to nay the*e met
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29 Ab 6:26 p.m.
ANSHE EMES. 2S33 SW 19th Ave.
Conservative. Emanuel Kushelewitr.
president.
---- ----
BETH DAVID. 2625 SW 3rd Ave. Con-
' servative. Rabbi Sol Landau. Cantor
> William W. Lipson.
-Ma) In chapel I PA* #*turda) ifc
a.m. Sermon. "The OTeateat Prob-
lem American History."
BETH EL. 500 SW 17th Ave. Ortho-
dox. Rabbi Solomon Schiff.
PrMaj :< p.m Saturda) :M a.m
Sermon: Kiui Month ol Presjara-
Jon."
BETH ISRAEL. 711 40th St. Ortho-
dox. Rabbi Berel Wein.
Friiiav | p in Baturdaj I a.m. Bei
mon: "Seelns la Believing-" Dnll}
ervlo 6:35 p PA.
BETH JACOB. 301 Washington Ave.
Orthodox. Rabbi Shmaryahu T.
Swirsky. Cantor Maurice Mamcbes.
-----a
BETH KODESH. 1101 SW 12th Ave.
Modern Traditional. Rabbi Max
Shapiro. Cantor Benjamin Ben.An.
Friday un-i. Baturdaj N a.m.
Uar Mltsvah: Stephen Ifetvvn, aon "f
Mr. in.l Mrs Israel '.nil.nil Ser-
mon: "Life and Death." Discussion
<-. is p.m.: "Portion "f t!- Law i>i~-
ouaslon H:i5 p.m.: "SMI Sons."
BETH MOSHE CONGREGATION
13630 W. Dixie Hwy. Conservative.
Rabbi Richard Marcovitz. Cantor
Seymour Hinkes.
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BETH RAPHAEL. 1545 Jefferson Ave-
Modern Traditional. Rabbi Zevi I.
Greenwald. Cantor S.iui H Breeh.

BETH TFILAH. 935 Euclid Ave. Or-
thodox. Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovsky.
BETH TORAH. 164th St. and NE 11th
Ave. Conservative. Rabbi Max Lip
schitz. Cantor Jacob Renzer.
i lay I and S:1S p.m. Baa Mltsvah
Heleni I iiuthter ( Mi
Raymond Bookman Saturda; I'
Bai Mltss' Jeffrej. in of Mr
urn! Mr* Irving Bern 1 ii ol
Mi id Mrs David Devi augt Leon-
ard, son --f Mr. and Mn
Lebm i
Snnford
B'NAI RAPHAEL 1401 NW 183rd St.
Conservative. Rabbi Harold Richter.
Cantor Jack Lerner.
-----a
CUBAN HEBREW CIRCLE OF MI-
AMI. 1242 Washington Ave. Ortho-
dox. R.ibbi Dov Rozencweig.
----
FLAGLER GRANADA. 50 NW 51st
PI. Conservative. Rabbi Dvid Ros-
enfeld. Cantor George Goldberg.
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FT. LAUDERDALE EMANUEL. 1801
S. Andrews Ave. Reform Ribbi
Richard M. Leviton. Cantor Jerome
Klement.
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HEBREW ACADEMY. 2400 Pinetree
Dr. Orthodox. Rabbi Alexander S.
Gross.
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HOLLYWOOD TEMPLE SINAI. 1201
Johnson St. Conservative. Rabbi
David Shapiro. Cantor Yehudah
Heilbraun.
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HOMESTEAD JEWISH CENTER. 8th
St. Ho.nestead. Conservative. Can-
tor Pincus Aloof.
------a------
ISRAELITE CENTER. 3175 SW 25th
St. Conservative. Cantor Louis
Cohen.
JACOB C. COHEN COMMUNITY
SYNAGOGUE. 1532 Washington Ave.
Orthodox. Rabbi Tibor H. Stern.
Prlda) 6:So p.m Saturdaj 10 a.m
Sermon: "The Sound : Etui." Adull
education < lass lu : m
KNESETH ISRAEL 1415 Euclid Ave.
Orthodox. Rabbi David Lehrfield.
Cantor Abraham Seif.
I t da "i s .: da v -
DaJlj -! \ i ea m ind ; m
----
LUBAVITCHER M.NYAN. 800 Wash-
ington Ave. Orthodox. Rabbi Abra-
ham Korf. Cantor Ernest Field.
FYidaj 6 SO p.m Saturdaj m
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MIAMI BEACH ETZ CHAIM. 1544
Washington Ave. Orthodox. Rabb'
Abraham Strassteld.
- a
MINYONAIRES CONGREGATION
3737 Bird Rd Modern Traditional.
OHEV SHALOM. *911 Normandy Dr.
Orthodox. Habb, Phmeas Weber-
m in.
SEPHARDIC JEWISH CENTER 645
Collins Ave. Rev Cantor Sadi Nan-
mill.
tKy LAKE SYNAGOGUE. 1120 Mi-
5 am, Garden. Dr. Orthodox. Rabb,
Jonah E. Caplan. Cantor Lou.s
Goodman.
TEMPLE ADATh'yESHURUN. Con-
servative. 1025 NE 183rd St Miami
Gardens Rd. Rabbi Samuel R. Stone
Cantor Maurice Neu.
TEMPLE BETH AM. 5950 S. Kendall
Dr.. So. Miami. Reform. Rabbi
Herbert Baumgard.
pvtdai :S0 p m Rabbi RaunurarH to
ratorn to la* pulpU Atom vacal on
-it irdaj 11 i..... '"" M,i*y",n;
Randy, son ..f Mr. and Mrs Daniel
Pi i.-.l
TEMPLE BETH EL OF HOLLY-
WOOD. 1351 S. 14th Ave Reform.
Rabbi Samuel Jaffe.
TEMPLE BETH SHIRAH. 7500 SW
120th St. Reconstruction^. Rabbi
Morris Skop.
Pi ,i ,i \ i". p mi Ouesl Cantor Em in -
uel Mandel t" chant the lltunn -
urdas I0:S0 a.m Bar Mltsvah Pmn*
on of Mr and Mi Oi rhard Mnsol
k..>ki and Stephi n. son : M
Mrs Samuel Juryeta, cousins
e
TEMPLE BETH SHOLEM of Holly-
wood. 1725 Monroe St. Conservative.
Rabbi Morton Malavsky. Cantor Er-
nest Sterner.
- a
TEMPLE BETH SHOLOM 4144 Chase
Ave. Liberal. Rabbi Leon Kronish.
Cantor David Conviser.
Pi day 1:18 p.m. Summer Assistant
p, b H< bi rl -i Will h on
fi e-well Baturdaj 10 IS
SYNOPSIS OF THE TORAH PORTION OF THE WEEK REtH
a% tribe* eaeh. atop Mount Ebal and Mount Get
with the Art in the valley between
Thou shsll set the upon Mount Gerlnrr.
% upon Mounl K.ba. iDa*. ILM
rf FH -Behold. I ** before yotl this day a We*
,h htassinfl it vt- shall hearken unto the comma
3 CU.rS,'f t U nI m.r God which I eommand you thll da, .nd
radio enter Canaan. s,x tnbos are to stand UBOT.Mount
r L ,ui Man til those who uill keep Cods command.,,
2JS ,nhV sire* stand 00 Mount Kbal and curse a V
u ..in .iisnbev God's commandments
Wh'\; n" e to be offered on.v U. the pbe. that C
Choos He who Wlshe. to offer I ,",-at sacrifice which I, ma,
ea" and lives too tar from the proper place of Otftl^ nu,
slLhter he Offering in his own house, but it will Dot be cu
f ^Slh0 n,c,.e others to WoUtrOU. acts an- to be ex..,
minted The portion goes on to state the n.les def.ninR purit,
minatio- iw i animals fish and fowl the basic
SfJEE 5w: I Po"- it, .onta.ns the rules regard-
u ,?, V n o r,,,oratona. a pr.h,b.on on tnterest and reg-
ubtions r;.Kanin ** Hebr,-, -lave, the f.rat tx.rn of antma.s.
and the three pilgrim festivals
This racountin- .f W.^ly ***** Jj g
?r.c..d sod b.sad opoo "Th. Gr.ph.c Mrttey *J***+
u.nt.o. edited by P. Wollman-Tssmir, *15 Publisher is
ggg .2 rh. In,, i, av..UbU a. 17 Wi.U.m St. N.w
York S N.Y. Pr.tid.nt of th. too.ty di.tr.bvt.n, tha w.lu*.
is Joseph Schlang.
THE RABBI SPEAKS FROM HIS PULPIT
tabbi
loins
lebr
TEMPLE B'NAI SHOLOM 16800 NW
22nd Ave. Conservative Rabbi S M
Machtei. Cantor Abraham Reiseman.
Friil
. d i Is
\ -. :!..>..! t..

TEMPLE BETH TOV 4M SW 8(h
St. Conservative. R.ibbi Ralph Z.
Glmrnan.
e
temple emanu-el. 1701 Washing-
ton Ave. Conservative. Rabbi Irving
Lehrman. Cantor Zvi Adler
;> 111 S:ll urHa} -i "
Month ( I
i
Observing the Torah
Assures Our Survival
By RABBI BEREL WEIN
Beth lira.I Congregation
I exclusion of Torah ..re no\
having belated lee tboughu
The emerging Sahra la not the J>-
Th- problem of Jewish survival ...v would have liked to see as
is beginning to be taken seriouslj product ol the Holy l^and.
even by those who once wow un- T(u|iv t,1(, ::,.^i:,.; i.
worried or unin- urfiversal problem and further
Hebrew Lesson
U40) ^^ **"? ^*^^
**4 I ass sf I i I "i fesV l_ I
T T V l|| -
T : T T T
DV2 rns or? "S Dnsoa
-n*2 i::d ain :*-*- 3'i's^n
r t I t -
lax "2i n"?ya ?* rin
- T It: r ; I -
tr 3-1 -iir.3 !C2r-;n n^a
, T. .. 1....
y~i7\ mo t;: htoD -i~~ ,im,
...... .. T
fin ^x :rwx vo^q .3
.tolipa^ VT19* iy -inn nx
?aun nViTa m a'^iD" i'kt
AT'js dd-j": irxirr1? d":t3
t r ; r -
cyTt crxr ny^a .nra *ti
; f T T T
maata nx
-inoa fa-Brla r*- :3V|.:
]"xr; aea ,c:d i? ]*xr ts p
'sg'pa 3"?'2- -;<' .-wiani va
fKtf ny^a fis ."1^7 rrh~:
Vtd D"yn- nrx' c*:a on"?
cc'-r^ jaa --;-: ^s |3^?y
k-z-viz i:r-x p'l??* .p"S.
TV t ;
Thr.. Complaints
Rabbi l.-vi Isaac of Berdit-
ehev loved every man ol Israel.
It i> related that once on Vmii
Kippur t h e rabbi called the
Court on High to t;,~k (literally:
..a against") And thus
vi Isaac of Berdit-
chev
ii King of Justice. As a Rabbi,
1 have three complaints againsl
tin workings of Y o u r High
Court
1. How can the Court on High
issue a verdict against us not
in our presence?
2. Our sagea said: Judge not
your friend till you find yourself
in his position. Then how tan
the dwellers on High who live in
the heavens issue a judgement
upon us, the dwellers below,
when they do not know our situ-
ation"
3. It is written: "One may not
seat in the Sanhedrin he who
has no children, because he has
no compassion in him" How
then can the angels above sit
in judgement, when they have
no children and have no know,
edge at all of the suffering of
bringing up children?
Therefore I ask You as a
Righteous Judge to acquit us
in our judgement and inscribe
IH in the book of merits
(Published by
Brit Ivrit Olomit)
Kinneret Unit
Launches Season
Kinneret Chapter of Mlsrschj
Women \wii Inaugurate the nan
season of at tit itiaa with it> an-
nual Ixut ride OH Sunday from
1, poshing off at Pier
.'1 Of) 'he Sever, Se,l~ I r.l-e
Mr- Donald Schrager, chair-
man "I the event, is SSSiSted by
Nil-- I! I .1 Karpell and Mes-
dames Issie Kam. Solomon
Schiff and Harold Zelkowitz
Mrs Theodore Sakowita is pres-
ident of Kinneret Chapter
TEMPLE ISRAEL OF GREATER MI-
AMI. 137 NE 19th St Reform. Rabbi
Joseph R Narot
r'rlila* VI p m I
ti sh
lieve, a local
w h American one It
:. -. W
1
terested in the
.natter and its
sol u t i 0 n. The
problem is not,
a- are are some
times led to be
American one it
: 1- a., Internation-
TEMPLE JUDEA. 320 Palermo Av.
Liberal Reform. R.ibbi Moms Kip-
prr
e
TEMPLE MENORAM. 620 75th St
Conservative. R.-.bbi Mayer Abiam-
owitz.
al one i Kir hi'1'' '
ren in the So* let
L'nion are on the
verge ol extinc-
not so much
bet i ise of t h e
.",.1 stud
mina-
Pi
i
turn
RABBI WlIN
. re, not one ol quantitative de
struction but rather of qualitative*
on
rhe answer to the p
nt, difficult test nd <\~'
live l. a the answer offe\
bj Most Eira \k a, Sa i
Vfsimonides, C iro at
of Jewss
i it ,v. simpl) !
ritual
law, and
i ufic-ation i ith Torsh
t< .: Je
Lsh culture, Jewish B03 Si
Lsh H-M.k Month wi
not -t< m the tide "t asaimilal
TEMPLE NER TAMiD. 80th St and
T.itum Waterway Modern Tradi-
tional. Rabbi Eugene Labovitz. Can-
tor Edward Klem.
e
TEMPLE OR OLOM. Conservative.
8755 SW 16th St. Miami Rabbi
Samuel April. Cantor Nico Feldman
e
TEMPLE SINAI OF NORTH MIAMI.
12100 NE 15th Ave. Reform. Rabbi
Daniel M. Lowy. Cantor Chet Gale.
, v 8:15 p in ;it John P Kenned]
Junior H th > i.....i Auditorium,
KE |S7th s, rtermon "Esodusand 'ress-education, to the almost cttm-
Elsodus Sew Chapter In th< Mi--
ton "f Temple sin il s iturday 11
:i in Services al w ishinsjton Poderal
Auditorium, -i^s KB ISTth si Bat
Mltsvah Ronald, son --f Mrs Marian
\l e mer
I on practiced bj the autl tu Ulu .,
but rather as a result if ed ctions or services
mated and Indoctrinated for i" [),,. patient need- a e-u,-:
years on Marxist value* I ol ioM o[ >u., _. mehicine not
traditional Torah value- ugar i oated, crowd-piaasing
Even m 'he land of Israel, which chanmny uith the tmu-s sassafrsaa
man} had hoped would be the ulti- \a are bepafully prepare tu ante
n ste "solution" to the Jewish the loul-aearching time of the Jea
problem, "assimilstion" i pre- ish New Year, let us be honaat with
ourselves and listen to the voice i
Torah oi Jewish history and of
destiny it*elf
ant The labor parties, after 50
years "t championing "social proi:-
TEMPLE TIFERETH JACOB 51 E.
4th Ave.. Hisleah. Conservative.
a
TEMPLE ZAMORA 44 Zamora Ave.
Conservative. Oantor Ben Oickson.
-----a -
TEMPLE ZION 8000 Miller Rd. Con-
servative. Rabbi Alfred Waxman.
TIFERETH ISRAEL
Ave. Conservative.
Wermek.
6500 N. Miami
Rabbi Henry
YOUNG ISRAEL. 990 NE 17'st St.
Orthodox. Rabbi Shcrwin Stauber
P
mon v-
i inea Kl r p.m Mil

prfp
lift .\ f i
Jim Kablmn.ai .\.
( : f |
hfjrmn h1
Dl< MAX I IPSCHITZ
;:
'
I
39 Temple Israel Religious School
Students Attend UAHC Program
Thirty nine students of Temple "The camp pn>irram developed
Israels ReJigaOUS School partici- af Temple Israel i- one of the
patad in the national camping pro topoflM( in the education o'
eram of the I mon of American .......
Hebrew Congregations thia past <*" J,'ttl^n >,,l"n' NW de
summer, it was raported thi- week dared "Our goal in the next year.
Summarising the activities of the and th.- years mUotring i- to de
summer to the Hoard of Trustees, velop more scholarships, a- well i-
Youth Chairman S Ronald Pallot funds for grants-in-aid, In additio
said that his committee had t" the large number msen this
past year in both an
A-Bomb Upset Einstein
BONN WNSl Prof M i
Einstein lion b
nca after the dropping of tl i
atomic h o '" b, it a as dl
ere bj Dr n;.i\ Born, win
ner of she Nobel Prise In physics
l>. Hum || h.iv it, :
written to him sunn- months bt I
his death in I'd, thai if he
the i him e again he woul i
, of enter i profession "that has
swarded M camperships for out-
standing seholarship or youth
ip leadership
Thttt of the recipients. Jo Anr
Sager Samuel Smith and Merri-
ly Basvinick, took part in na-
tional camp programs st War-
wick, NY., and a fourth, Kant
Novell, spent his time on the
campus of the Hebrew Union
Collage in Cincinnati, where Re-
form rabbis are trained.
i amperships to th Bautssaasl
ip Institute in Cleveland c. ,
went to Brands Geverts, Mark Pol- do with the search for knowted
ster Jerry u-\m. w.iliam Botsak Ptol Rtnstetn said the I
Hermine Pasternack and Richard scientist, left the world vwthou
Lelchuk regret "
j; (JUNU ^


day. August 27, 1965
kJfnlsr rkridTtor
Faqe 13-A
[abbi Litenatsky
loins Faculty Of
lebrew Academy
labbi Zev Litenatsky, Ottawa,
narta was named administrative
Ejstan't and Dean of Boys of the
br.w Acdemy of Greater Mi
B. Louis Merwitzer. president,
iounced Wednesday.
addition to the teaching of
nnid in the school's Junior High
partim-nt. he will also be in
rgo of the Academy's guidance
pram, supervise extra-cuxricu-
aitivitHS. and administrate the
Lrcw curriculum.
porn and educated in Montreal,
J>bi Litonatsky holdi a BA
tree from Sir Georo* Cdlego
I Montreal and wat ordained
Rabbinical College ef
rstraal in 19*0.
Ottawa, he >crvcd as super
of thi Hii:h School Depart-
of the H i I le I Academy, as
s faculty member of the low-
Ihool
pr to this, he was on the fac-
rt the I'nited Talmud Torah
ptreal for three years, where
-. ved in a supervisory ca.
.. i| thi I -'it branch
|| in full administrative
: : itsk is .ill
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il Koray, Baal Tokea
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and Mrs Shimon Azulay, I
\: : .:. v. No Miami Beat h,
jear "i
\. din il K' rem B'Yavne
. .
c. IS-
onor.v II
.
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ll
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he wll tinue (
. ation .ii the H e b r e w
fh li...... i olli e in Ski
i- ,i religious teacher
in the Chicago area and a k.i-ii-
ruth supervisor ("r the Chicago
Rabbinical Council He already
has an AB degree in history and
education from Roosevelt inner
ally in Chicago.
Continued from Pag* 4-A
fleets some of the second think
ing many Jews are giving to the
excessive professional Jewish
identification with the Negro
cause to the exclusion of more
germane Jewish concerns. It
also, incidentally, sadly if ac-
curately corroborates the Von
Hoffman report in the area of
paradoxical Negro bitterness to-
ward Jews and their NAACP
stickers.
Says Dr. Hertzbcrg: The Jew-
ish community must, of course, '
lend its weight to every area of I
the battle for Negro rights and
to every aspect of the concern
for Negro misery." Having made
Seminary Provost
At Installation
atendell Selig, chairman of the
Committee tor the installation of
Rabbi Sol Landau, who has recent-
Ij assumed the pulpit at Beth Da
vid Congregation, announces thai
I>r. Bernard Mandlebaum, proi
of the .ieish Theological Semin
ary. will be installinj officer at a
i.....in to be held i
evenii Si ptember 12, a1
: pi s of thi i nity.
a-
lancs ha\ e
'
his proper obeisance, he rightly
warns: "The Jewish community
has a duty to regard Negro lead
ership as accountable for any
anti-Semitism that prevails in
the Negro com munity. Our
awareness of the enormous pools
of deprivation which feed it is
no argument for excusing it."
The JTA story reporting the
Los Angeles riots is an example
of excuse based on professional
Jewish commitment to a prin-
ciple and a cause, iiie Von Hoff-
man dispatch tells far more of
the truth.
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UN Listening Post: By SAUl CARSON
Communist China,
New Israel Enemy
United Nations
ISRAEL HAS a now but very pow-
erful enemy. It is Communist
China. That was the ominous word
one obtained here from knowledge-
able, non-Israeli diplomats as one
returned from a vacation.
The Peking regime, long the out-
standing pariah here, has cynically
_undertaken a drive to ingratiate
itsefl v. in. tfef Arab nations by furnishing vigorous
I t their anti Israel campaign, Thorn here
o know l Israel's skills in diplomacy, Its i
progress in I the friendsh.....I Latin Imer-
African and Asian nations, do not expect Red
linst 1 1 oo
| .' in the Vi
: li

-
I net '
it a dozen : '
n and perhaps fun Is in
- the temw,-i Ued
Army." Ils l
and Syria, with the con-
overnments in Amman and Damas-
thi dark against civiliai IsraeL
In Dam -. the former Grand Mufti, who was a
,r pa! daring World War II. has lined up with
El Fatah, and has become one ol the chiel Ar
nking the goal of "Palestine liberation" with Pe-
irn to influence the Arabs and to gain their
ends hip.
Red China's campaign against Israel, begun only
abOUl go, has DOW extended to nio-l of
,. much of Africa, and large sections of Latin
America. In Latin America. where Arabs make use
ol neo-Nazi and fascist movements to help spread
Semitic and anti-Israel propaganda, the Chineae
tentacles have now been noticed.
ipposition t Israel, since 19S2. is
old story. The Moscow Communists have
following an old tradition, established in I
.,11- to meddle in the Middle Bast
.. sp< arhead in thai i 1 he Chi-
: than the Kremlin, -mce
-t in the Middle 1
or how

the Lai Inn
As We Were Spying; By ROBERT E. SEGAL
Lrhan Areas Rise
THERE ARE now more people in the
metropolitan areas of America than
there were in trie entire country in 1935.
Towering cities and the bits of green
patches wi know of as suburbia draw
people a w a y from t h e isolated little
towns and dwindling farmlands each
year. Seven in every 10 Americans are
today urban people, a sharp reversal of
Ihe picture our own fathers knew.
So we have iln eventual creation of a cabinet post for
i rban problem-, begrudging!) won from a Congress not
>d geared up to handle city laaOM, let alone international
challengi
e me a Department of Housing and Urban Devel-
Presidenl Johnson said to ihe Congress in one
i his basic appeals for the creation of the N< Society.
Such a department in his judgement, will provide "a focal
tor thought and inovation and imagination about
problems oi our cities' nested into and) pant, tbe
i binet rm mber probably Dr Kobert C. Weaver
have a manaitad agenda metr politan planning, traf-
l i -chooi eriaes abandoned antes, the pro.
feratien ol Ugly, neon hghte I urban mringtowni. mo-
noes, drea y, offensive On the plus side, he must
th mono:hi! or ether high speed movement
idbas in parks, plazas, picnic an men patches
thy leisure in the great cine- ever adding millions
i pon million-.
Bui central to all will be the challenges to provide "a
nt home and suitable living environment lor every
rican family" as promised in the National Housing
ACl Of 1W9
The President was quoted not long aijo as saying the
Shortly after the clone Of World War 11, when returning
a hard pushed for homes for their burgeoning
famitiee, we beard that same figure mentioned. Has the
ing industry met the demand?
The answer may be affirmative if we think only in
terms of the homing needs manifest in the suburbs and
mong middle class and upper class home hunters (liven
the market and a chance to do well on construction in-
.i stment. the housing industry comes through.
Panorama:
By DAVID SCHWARTZ
No Work?--He Didn't Miss a Thing
SARGENT SHRIVER tells the
story that when John F. Ken
nedy WM running for the Presi-
dent a miner asked him, "Is It
true that you have never worked
a dav in your life?"
Well. answered Kennedy,
some people have said that."
Well.' returned the miner.
-Let me tell you, you didn't miss
anything." ,., ,.
' The miner was wrong. We need labor We could
not gel al >ng without labor. Politicians couldn't get
elected without the labor vote. But there is such a
thing as overpraising labor. Labor is great, but va-
cation h cither.
X,.-, covi re l the Law of Gravitation
when doi
. I sit under an apple trei i epl

Law of < e greater
-
I
Mention in which he devoted him-elf wholly to
ZHHwhich interested him and for which he re-
ceived no financial emolument.
in the lirsl fears of bis retirement, he made
the 'bscov.nes ,n electricity which ere to Cause
his name to ring down the corridors ol time.
>!!L HfSvtd that even Naturerequired ,
rest Fverv seventh year, even the MB was to be
riven a rest Economists understand *. P**!;
S3 of Nature. They call it the Law of Diminishing
Returns After a certain peak is IW hed. f irthci
exertion Instead of bringing more profit, yield* con-
'" ",'1 '('~V t ..!_
The weekly dav of rest, borrowed from the
B8 spread over mosj oj I i W o
. ..,-, .
a week, besi h
: there tl
'
ibt of
Cooifol Spotlhht: Bv MltTON FRIEDMAN
l.S. Exporls to ferae! on a Decline
Washington
Questions have been raised in Wash-
ington about the effectiveness of th
ael Chamber ol i omn i
S Government officials are disturbed
because ol America's failure to capitoi-
ne on eapon opportunities offered bj
Israels booming industrialization and
i xpanding economy.
Significant amounts of machinery and
equipment are being bought by Israel for bard currency
rum West Germany, Japan, Italy. Switzerland, and other
ms But such purchases from American firms have
in the Ust four > ears.
A U.S. < Department source said that the
i an Israel < hamber of Commerce has not advanced
'nt II is barged that little
ne by tbe t< I promote A
ii tunities in Israel w hili m. i
to Israi I by i thi r i i
ness
linl
i ;
y sti
"
floor of
: i r-tativei i tinenl
Dto the problem
The magazine Nation's Business has reflected Wash-
m's concern over the major market opportunities
ed in Niael The magazine bemoaned "America i fail-
ure to capitalize on export opportunities in Israel's fast
growing economy."
By 1970. Israel may double the industrial capacity aba
had in 1962 The real value of her industrial fixed assets
will have knereamd by si.soo.ouaoao. "Yet." said Na-
tion's Business, American equipment exporters ho%v
ered i -
>pportunit> is illustrated in th<
ii. I mvi Unenl
liv i$110.000.0001 mining and mineral- '*. -"
-U).] oeo ooo Rubbers, pitit i an I
,.r. far behind.
Bat. fr the last four years si.nl Nation's arini -
. share of tbe uwael equipmenl w ? '
n despite thi thai me I S Goi
: tied to purchases in t > Ui
i American equipi
. itractive aa anas Italian, >r M
in* J
n-j
.
.
\
I
:

"
the cotton ind irj
ire.
Business commented that with the r
an Government ani to Israel enpeeted loxteen
Ami neiit aid to Israel expected to d
ihe outlook lor \iiK-ncan exporters is rn.f rocjr MBles-
ihe> -tart look'ng after their own irierests instead ol
relying alsnnal anlsiy on the hope that mur Gavavnanai
will <.< it for I ii* in
ipa
Between Yov and Me: By BORIS SMOLAR
Profile of the Jewish Serviceman
?HE profile of the Jew serving
in the American armed forces
- now auidergoing a basic changed
ing from reports by the Na'l
anal Jewish Welfare Board. The|
greater skills and higher educa-
tion required by mihtarv pCTOMnehj
in the space age have alii.
e numbei I to mditarv )
careers Thus, tii- average Jewish]
serviceman i- now increasing!) a famil) man and
rent And he wants to be recogi a peraan
and Jew. with all the needs jiki responsibilities ef
his civilian lounterpart.
Tbe JW'M finds that he is not escaping Jewkah
life, but seeking waya to remain pan if It, diffi-
cult though it may be At the larger military in i.il-
latkma m tbia oountrj and abroad, there are todaj
permanent Jewish military congn
usterhogda and religtooa schnots. The Jewish chap-
aUo publish peno to klip the M'l'Uii'llii n abieu.st ot world Jev\l-h
i vents, and maintain Jewish librarie-. At gni
or isolated military bases, officers and enliste I
nifn trained by tbe chaplains on their pei
visits have taken over the leadership of these congre-
gations and schools
According to the JWB, these la) eadefl and
theil .vives are doing a remark.' "f n.im-
jewish communit] life under diffJcull eir-
i s The) i ake turns i ervic
.or htud) ab 'roh-
rs in the ri hgio schools and
holiday observances The. ., Un raise
;'; Bun ed i-
ir children Jewishly, build akikhnba, design
.- held I'uri'ii I to
iii< Jewish hap
>i their iniformed n t >
first hand the rich Jew ish past in 1 raw >
Ital) F r a n < and Gi
Jewish servo men station*
:- lore the < ountr) k si
unt
Taking m consideration the "new : .ok
rj man in the American arm-1 >er-
Ihe .iwb ha- im publUaed i iurmuabiiii ol
ah educitinn This nM rduriuoiiTt to..i
"> ial importance beca um ri the gronrin
( children
' al points far removed from civilian yna
and Jewish sd.....is n La also important be-
promotes continuity In the religious sdnea
children whose fathen are hifted front one
rj la.stalh-rtMn to .mother
1
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ost 27. 1965
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Page 15-A.

Gurion Faces Mapai Court
v.m
**
m] (left), star of the hit Broadway show "Fiddler on
examines with Isaac Stern, the violinist, president
I-rio: r. Israel Cultural Foundation one of four oriq-
I actor that he gave to the Foundation. They
Kent to Israel by the Foundation for exhibition in the
| The pr<' n was made at the America-
ise, the Foundation's i.ew headquarters in
oik City Mostel left last week for Spain to star
flm version of "On the Way to the Forum." with Luther
iking "Fid la.
kta Classes Hold Meeting
lh and twelftl
the Mesivta See-
VI o i
- P t. : the school
Ml n R
- G oss, pnn-
this was
to :i.
the ua
f top at ony of our_ *,
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MGHOUT America!
.SO Per Dey IntMet:
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strut Senior
lll) Dr. Samul Ersoff, professor
of evocation at the University of
Mfami, ixl educational consult-
ant of Mesivta, outlined tne
general program for the coming
school year and discussed the
highlights of the schools curric-
ulum.
R iiit>i- v raham drnner and
ne .- n* m b t i of the
d's He re* [acuity and Roahei
Yeshi*.. ted the Hebi en
ind ,- miculum.
Alexandt r Moskovrttz, chairman
of tl I 1 rustees, an-
the
, i ,i v ;- m iMNlalul far thi
k, when .. complete report of
.: .hi., itiee would be pre
n t
< !., .* ol the Mesivta Soninr
. -. h ol eg I n Monday.
-,.i.i
" *ifi
._
Norton Tire Will
Open New Store
\,.n '".p.'nv hM '
-,.,,i l as I i '" open
., ne* store I MM Btoeayne Bh ;
Presidem Sortoi PaHot said the
,,-i, w III be I le nth installation
n, j,. li "t stores
H eetead to
i li
.......i the
nation's B F Godricti
,., |, .: ivii been founded here
in | i Louis l'allot. current
( hairmen ol the board
Continued from Page 1-A
cut with Achdut Avodeh for the No
ventber elections. Now, ho de
dared, "Rafi is the real Mapai."
He charged that there had lately
been "a reign of terror" in the
party and that honest people"
like den MoatM Dasan and Shimon
Peres could not accept that situa
tion. Gen. Dayan resigned earlier
this year as Agriculture Minister
In support of Ben-Gurion's chal-
lenge Peres resigued for the same
reasons a- Deput) Defense Min-
ister
The Secretarial action in sus-
pending Bcn-Gurien and his fol-
was ihallenged by li.iii on
i u n d s that t !i Ben Gurion
backers h.ul not been invited tr>
that The challenge .i
sust, ined l>> the Tel Avh disti It;
Mapai central commit
tee thi re i| on dismissed i h e BI
' er 5e i I and promptlj
ected all of its memlx rs except
! ii ters i hie ol the re
D
Gen. Dayan resigned from the
Secretariat a few days later, as
di-J Uri Fe:nerman. They said
they were doing so in protest
against the Honor Court's effort
to expel Ben-Gurion and his back-
ers. However, it was not believed
that Dayan and Feirerman
would |oin Rafi.
In .i n o I h i the
i as ..:i in .-
: i. r.s" Rafi li.it l rael's
Education Execs
Receiving Aids
In for the fall,term
ol .le i ish schi cational ma-
tei i. re now being distribul
o i illlVi tOl "I ll
i in announce-
ment b> Joseph Cohen, president
nl I'm h| Je i ;i r.iiui atiOfl
The Bureau's publications in-
e school calendar for the
year, indicating registration from
29 t h r o a g h Sept 12, I
classes in Sunday School Deei
ts beginning on Sepl 12.
The Bureau has made available
to all schools its standard curricu-
Rini for "nr [lay a week selmols an,I
fur three cek Hebrew De-
partments The Bureau's cunrteu-
li>in guide outlines the leashing ol
ils and a cycle ol
Jewish personalities from Abra-
ham until todaj
The Bureaa also has distributed
its special bulletin for the High
Holidays Festival I Suk
loth. .1 description of new t exl
I over the pasi year and a
her's kit winch outline- the
methods ol teaching the various
1 ts
security had been weakened re-
cently. The Premier told an elec-
tion rally that he was "not at all
sure that security has suffered as
a result of the recent resignation
of the senior member of the De-
fense establishment." This was
clearly a reference to Peres T"
Premier added that "perhaps the
opposite is true." He said he could;
not then she details on proirre-s
in Israel's military defenses but
added that "the public will see for
itself in the near future."
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"World
eJiewislh Floridiaia
Miami, Florida, Friday. August 27, 1965
Section 3
Cedars Women's Coffee Slated
Bi: a for the Back-to-School Night at Temple Menorah on
pc ;n the Temple's Social Hall, which will feature a sup-
arid Dr. Samuel Ersoff, of the University of Miami, are
dcrr.es Marshall Kratzer. chairman. Jack Segal, Ed Schu-
president of Sisterhood, Lieber Ringer and Ben Kravetz.
ewish Family Meet
t Temple Menorah
< edars ol Lebanon Hospital Aux-
iliary has scheduled its test mem
ber-bring-a member coffee opening
the fall season "i events, it was an-
DOUnced this week by Mrs. Doran
Zinner, Auxiliary president.
The coffee will be held on Sept.
in the Everglades Hotel, with
a leading psy< 'ioloist as speaker
Mrs Frank Rose, chairman of
t h e Auxiliary Membership Com-
mittee, will l>e in chars*.' of the so-
cial, which will he programme I
to introduce interested women in
ii n e 1.1' the volunteer services
carried on by the Auxiliary
A brief resume of women's work
at Cedai> of Lebanon Hospital will
be given bj the chairman of onen-
ation.
S:u*e the doors of the hospital
opened in November, 1961. the
Auxiliary has operated the Lcbby
;>. an attractive gift store which
; ut. ler supervi ion o) Ways and
Means \'ice President Mrs. Morris
llau.
Assisting with th" Lobby Shop
air Vice Presidents Mrs. Leo Ber-
l>an and Mis Irene Fink.
Officers who will he working on
the member-bring-a-member col-
fee include Vice President Mrs.
Byron Sparln-r. Recordim; Secre
.u y Mr- Warren Witus. Financial
Secretary Mrs Harry Horwich, \-
sxstaiit Financial Secretary '
Nathan Clever. Cones] indmg Se
retar) Mrs. Laurence A .1 '
Treasurer Mrs Fiank IVrlm
and Parliamentarian Mrs B Bres-
lauer
The following Auxiliary boari
nbers will spearhead the drive
i to recruit additional volunteers for
i their organization: Mesdames Al
Berkowitz, Leonard Brodsky, Ed-
ward Cutler, M. E. Glasser, Harrv
Cordon. David lies-. Ixiuis Lcm
berg, Benjamin oren. I^eonard
-leiner. Bernard Yesner and Har-
dd /.eeman.
Tlnjr.; Menorah will sponsor .'
Cfci< on the Jewish family
oaTJu: ..\ muht in the Temple
Social Dr Samuel Ersoff
will b- iker ol this Ba< k
to-Sci
group haracter <>i Education
_ An Highest Priorltj
Dr. ff la chairman of the
Gradi school Kdueation <>f
thef I -:ty id Miami He served
^i I ind School Hoard Mem-
|ti' a -.!* ial grant of th'
Government aimed at rais-
icational standards in
.. South (,< 'i
oaference on the Jewish
ji a special project under-
Temple Menorah, and it
that it will become an
::.nr in the congregation
; segments ol the I
scrvative Temple, the older and
younger generation, in understand
!'ie values of family life." Temple
officials declared. The evening
will begin vv;th a supper spon-
sored bj the Temple's Sisterhood,
t., which parents may bring their
children. During the discussion
phases a special program will be
prepared f< r children in the con-
ation's Youth Lounge.
Committee of arrangers for the
Sisterhood are Mrs Marshall
Kratzer, chairman. Mrs. Ed Sehu
man, president of the Sisterhood.
Mrs. Nathan Stern, Mrs Jack Se-
gal, Mr- Ben Krovetz. and Mrs
Lieber Ringer.
Following Prof Ersoffs presen
tation. Rabbi Mayer Abramowiti
*ill lead the audience in a ques-
tion and answer discussion.
n
j
by ISABEL GRCVE
ide-to-be Barbara Yaegei
n a surprise luncheon shown
*r honor at the Roney Plai i
" on Aug. 19 Among the
glieeta in attendance were
mother. Mrs Sy Yaeuer;
Idmother, Mrs Dora Yaegei;
aunt. Mrs. Sam Fox; and
re mother-in-law, Mrs. Julius
ci\ir Ho teases included
l dwin Henig, Mrs Ken Lip-
Mrs Mi Yaeger and Mrs.
Pilxer.
lated wedding anniversai
kration for Sylvia and E Wie
worth waiting for .
Lev> In-- il..Vi .-en f .-
it away fi m their \.
mere than a mon'h to
i r I the nil Ih acnivi rsai y
nt 'i! i v f nail) did
r and with daughters
:. an l Lin d a .">. th. y
ii for the Sheraton Indies
k Kej l hi y had
good time, they re re
lint this weekend with five
er Miami couples.

B -t and Areta Adler have left
South Miami home fl r a
summer visit to Blow in::
, N.C. The Adlers are
bit' at Mayview Manor.
tri the y intend to take in
ii golfing 'i amid
s .< nt if ill Carolina mountains
The Adlers have been on a
it pace the p. t few months,
K to spur interest in an ait
eum for the City of Hialeah,
will be continuing that ef-
their return Mort
was recently named to the Ad-
visory Board of the newly lormed
Art Committee for the City ot
Hialeah

Fred and Helen Arthur worked
0 u t their vacation schedule so
they wouldn't miss any of the
shows at the Coconut ('.rove
Playhouse Perennial theatre-
goers, the Arthui, flew up to Bal-
timore and then on to New York
for a few days Meanwhile, the
Arthur youngatera are visiting
their grandparents in Baltimore
*
Ituth and Morns Lerner. of the
1 m ms, are back in town after
a vacation tr p ot several weeks
winch included a visit with ion
: irt m, a New York psydiiatriat
m New York, it was off to
i .,. Vegas an i tte West Coast
Where, in between sampling re-
tain ant !i ->.l Up and down CeJJ
f. rnia, the Lernera got In plentj
, t u -!. mostly in Los Angeles.

CeHa BI d Herald Falick have
made their late summer va< a
,:, exciting one They
lust ret urie i from a lazy sojourn
in Jamaica as guests of the Alan
i : where Gerald says the)
did everything from fishing to
riding donkeys Mom the Fal-
ick- arc oft to N< >v York and Ver
moot

'I h.- Newmans, of Daytoma
Rd.. Edward T. and Tern, are
back from a "fishing" expedition
Continued on Pgt 10-B
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* Jew!it fhrHton
Friday. August 27
By EDYTHE SCHINDLER
Looking Life Right in the Eye
A day bj the
life of Rhoda
Levin* She
runs the \arm
water uao Ue
tub for her
bath. She choos-
es her clothe.
inding it difficult as usual, to
-elect the neht coiw sboe- 10
t X c ft her outfit. Preparing a
iefc* breakfast, she ise> th* one-
:-urner electric hot plate Its three
ustuoft switch is easy to regu-
ate. She makes it to her desk in
he living room, and before elev-
en o'clock, fourteen telephone
all* have been .crf><-fu!ry com-
jle'erl. She's busy soliciting funds
:.>r causes
Dynamic force
Then sh- jlone. to the
*aut> parlor Then -he ^oc- to
ier real estate otDee on Lincoln
(1 She talk- v..:h proswttive
..i>it- ar.-:
ar> arxi n'urns h-fn
.han.es ciothes. and a tnend ar-
ives to accompan> her to 'Iinner
t t: nebleau *
nappy, busy 'Ja;. A day
uuch l.ke an) other da) in
thodl Levme's life, or in the
I any laaatuaai r ctabori-
nan on <*ach
MRS. RHODA LEVINE
like any useful person
Ferenci '.
. Levini
New Dance Group Warmly Received
Miss Syd Skolsky. diwtor of the
Jewish < .ilturaI An- Department
!(,. Y.M ami WHA >! Gfl
Miami, has Himnlwl that the aud-
i. nee warmly received the re
armed Mazelite Daoae Group
rs lir-t public appear-
the Y> OtMg Shabbat
on Saturdaj Aog 21.
The girls first ix'came interest
I ii Israeli folk daachu Ahen
1 .i Schwartz, who ha> bean ..
Vounj Ju laea leader and attended
i amp T.'l Yehuda, offered t.. -
B nth Girls -i-ier-
ixilar daUMQI
have since been meeting
week
Membei ol the -Toup ar.
nl and life mem-
ber Ol Hillel BBG, and a Ireshmar.
omb i illege bar sisftar
Debo n at Wax Mi-
ami. Barbara Freedmaji, f.-rm.-.!
- ..I Hillel BB(. and a ian>
Park; Bllen MJrawilz,
etarj ..t Hillel BBG
at Miami High; '.
ibairraan of
Hillel BBG and a junior :.! Coral
Park Joai n Martin- -'.dent
seruoi at I
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Rhaada I r. member ol
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iiillel anil a jun. I I
Park; Karen Parnesa
tor "I Hillel and a jui
1 Park: Ri
i i Hdlel and '
Gabtai aad Ir enn<
member of Hillel ani
Mtami Hi :h
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FESTIVAL ATSARASOTA
Marilyn and Harry Smith and Anita and
Henry Weiss took two eat-h of their children and
went to the Asola Festival on the Rimdint; Cimis
grounds in Sarasota. Miami folks are always
around when something interesting is going on.
They saw Blanche and JM Novel. Mary and Jim
Kaufman, ami Flo and Herbie Werner. Marilyn
just had to s<> skiing, so she brought home a lew
aehing bones.

ONLY DURING THE LONG HOT SUMMER
Dorothy (Ml*. Charles) Feinbenj has a broth-
er. Maurice Lax. a school principal in Detroit.
Mich Tbis Himmer, he spent a month in Ft.
Lauderdale with his wife. Natalie, ind the rest
of his band. A group of pouBgateni started play-
her in grade seh... fliej all tinned
(Hit to be school teachers and also to he the best
'l he Fenbj C irr gr >up (!" i 'he
il : .....ral Motoi and pi ij in
It tturinj i m< Th
el month. \
in the Florida area lo Ft. 1


|HE MADE IT
|. to celebral Lrtliur-
11 i
in j vi.'i mi,ip i asli ep as all
It uld have been v
I; i Shelly's mother. Mrs Meyer Dorf-
[i me visiting at just the right lime,
Mrs Ben Lipaon, Buddy Dorfman, Mr.
Mrs Sanford l >fl lanet and Mike Wiiiston,
tuth and Lee Engle, Deenie and Sam Bronner,
obeii LipMon, Mm Pauline Spoetor, and Judj
Shein, whose Barry was sweating out his two-
wei k summer camp.

LUV NOT LOVE
Some liked it. some didn't, but a night at
tin Coconut Grove Playhouse to see "Luv" was
an evening of fun. Sylvia and Joe Rose were there
with their children. Dr. and Mrs. Harold L'nger.
Caryl was quite excited because the female lead,
Dorothy I-oudon, had gone to her school, Syracuse
University, although at different times. Helen and
Jack Carner were there, and Stella and Harold
Turk, Dotty and Henry Morris. Mildred and Mor
rie Gidney. who just came home from New Or-
leans with the most gorgeous French pastries
fur their Sunday night club. Carolyn and Man-
me Luck. Harriet and Marshal Harris, and Dr.
and Mrs Michael Goodman.
DID YOU SEE LOOK MAGAZINE?
! i rence Kupperman, just hack from her va-
il 'he played "What's My Line" at her
and v some gu<
th i IRT She i- presi-
n she
i.

: her life
FROM HERE AND THERE
'
. I
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" writes I
ime moss I
Ihern .
Zelda Th is to Hi >r< L'niver
'cm with her husband Philip, writes
ps includes a nun, a proles-
nd a Bene lictine Monk .
Urs William l i Brenner didn't gel
nj from her sister Dorothy, i Mrs S
urn from Birmingham, she came with
her I to attend the ABA convention, and
stayed over to visit with Georgia and their par-
ents, Mr and Mrs, Louis it. Roth.
Frances Lehman
Ner Tarn id Ladies
Slate Luncheon
Temple Ner Tamid Sisterhood
will hold its annual member-bring-
a member luncheon In Sklar Audi-
torium next Wednesday noon.
Paid up members and new mem-
ber- are invited to attend, accord-
ing to Mrs. Eugene Schwarz. pres-
ident, and Mrs. Era Rosenleld,
chairman.
Greeting guests will be Rabbi
Eugene Labovitz. spiritual leader;
Cantor Edward Klein; and Bruce
Richmond, education director.
I ._
MARIAN SPIAR
Young Mizrachi
Women's Lunch
Mian I Hadar chapter of
, a< hi Vfi tin n will
ebrati with
a lun< ept. 2,
.'. lotel.
Rabbi A
I the

Mar.,
v. ill enti i"
. Yi -lii.
Opti Mrs. Open
Shut-In Service
Opti-Mrs. <>i Greynolds Park
ii/in'.' a p h o n e sen i< e I
1 'icularly elderlj sh
ins .' ho a re .i i o n e, il was an-
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'. Sinai Hospital Nursing School Graduation Set
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il Nursing will be held chairman ol the visorj H,,. i,, >. Dr Peter afasiko Jr.
ay evei i v ,, m the Committei preeidi I '
E Wolf* ii Auditorium ol Samuel Gertnee cutive <
""jjital.
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en S.I Queen Esther's Landsmen
Todav in Israel there arc over 2">0.000 immigrant!
whose ancestor! lived in ancient Persia at the
time vf Esther. The Bukharian Jews seen here,
lor example, are descended from F.xilci to
Babylon whoK blood line waj not to return "homt"
until 2500 yean hud transpiredl
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Friday. August 27, \^.\
OMcer, and cCve members ot ,ho South f^^ZS^^oT^^l
Shore Citizens Club o. Jheh annual p.cmc to- km <*, *f ^^Lemry. Ceil Blum.
L^Shl^Sr'Dor^Cen ggftgjlj-a-. '" ^
Max Goldhagen first vice president, Harry cha.r .s Elsie Tuhn. secretary.
American Jewish Congress Women
Open Season at Board Meeting Tuesday
, lay. at 10:30 a m., Mrs party of the Women's l>iyi>;.n on
B Kaplan, president of the September 9. to be held at Joi
Di si n. Amer. dan Ms -
ess -il] preside Mrs K

the South Florida O
. i || Soviet
national pi '
Cardiac Chapter
Plans Weekend
Miami Chapter of the Natmnal
children's Cardiac Hospital plans
f'JSSend at the Seville Motel
Sver Labor Day. from Sept 4 to 6
In c h a r t e of reservations are
M S Herman K.Ums. 2042JW Jh
"er.. and Mrs Louis Wolfe. UBJ
L4th Avi Proceeds are for the
benefit of indigent patients re-
gardlesj of race, color or creed.
Included will be two brunches
three full-course dinners, ocktaii
parly, floor show, free chaises, and
(ree jreen fees
Mother-Daughter
Luncheon Slated
Sisterhood of TempR >r (Mom >-
planning smother-daughter lunch
eon on Sunday. Sept 1, 12 SOpm .
in the Temple Auditorium
There will be entertainment
with music provided b) Mr.- John
Huff and back-to-school fashions
featured
rman for the affair is Mrs
assisted b} Mes

It
.
sky. membership cochairman and
M-B':i:.:r
MR. AMD MIS. AK0*m
Aronsons Feted
On Anniversary
Mr and Mrs > S \r >l
-\\ S4th I t 5t Uth M
n .41
rman; Samuel R.....nst. treeSC. w,
v
entatives lo the Division M 5 Hostin I w* "
n Biscayn. ''
sky. Wil- M resident
iiam Brown t M. At
in (
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i
I'niiiy
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the
bri.
Mr.
pioi
e Jeanette Stern. S I "' '"
Registration Set
At Menorah
Temple

ented *mue\ Penchanskj and Jeanette duct
' ,. I. .. i......k .111.,,......... no V..01C1.
:. rs 1
tors v
dames Joseph Albuquerque.
president of the Louise Wise Chap
Religious let"; Jeanette Stem, president of
: W i t I'
1
Mcnorah
DOO. announce- registration for Miami Chapter. Sylvia Silvers
aU its departments will take place president of Justine Chapter, ami
Sunday morning beginning at 9 Sy Reese, president of Biscayne
a.m. The Religious School consists North Dade Chapter,
of all-day kindergarten, Sunday Projected membership plans for
School. Hebrew School and Con- division and chapter will be pre-
firmation Classes. sented by Mrs. Jack Shapiro, vice
Rabbi Maver Abramowitz. spir- president in charge of membership
itual leader' of the Temple, and of the Women's Division, and in
Herd Honor, director of educa- dividual chapter reports will be
tion. will interview parents to help given by Mesdames Irving Perlyn,
in the determination of the best of Biscayne Chapter; Delia Apple
form of training and education for baum. of Justine Chapter; Louis
their children Cohen, of Louise Wise Chapter;
,, and Russell Winer, Miami Chapter.
Regular classes for all depart-
ments will begin on Monday after-
noon Temple Menorah faculty in-
cludes Mim Laraine Friedman.
Programs scheduled for the
year both in division and chapter
will be reported by Mesdames Irv-
Mrs Herd Honor. Mrs. Yuvai '"g Quartin. v.ce President f pro
gram in the Women s Division, and
William Brown, Biscayne Chapter;
Irving Westin. Justine Chapter.
Joseph White. Louise Wi-e (hap
During the summer months. ^ anf, Mrs Leo Q steinbcrg, Mi-
OOmS Of Temple Menorah jm, chapter.
Financial Report will be present
Kaihiotl. Mrs Charles Kusens,
Mrs. Nathan Kobinowitz. Mrs. Na-
than Stern, and Herbert Winer
were refurbished. All classrooms
painted and panelled, desks (.(| ,)%. M|.s ,,t.njamin K..m. n. 1.
hed, and accoustical Mnciaj secretary of v. De-
installed.
Paratroopers Competent
retary
Women's Division Board n
'.
ce
V (JTA shapi
In '... Q .: \
I
Social Ad
M<

to th< of the lake Th. le Slavitt, corresponcMnj sect
ir of 1st.....iv- tary.
erWee* Alao Mesdames i-eonard Sider-
? DEADLINE +
Deadline for the SPECIAL SECTION of the
ROSH HASHONA ISSUE, devoted to
ORGANIZATIONS and RELIGIOUS GROUPS
WILL BE FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 3rd.
If your Congregation or Organization wishes to be represent-
ed and has not as yet sent in Greeting, call Mrs. Thompson at
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idcv. August I" .365
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l^atc ^/Jitcfitst ^/jrides Csxchanae LVcaaincj Uows
c"7'
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Rcthman-Cohen
Mi I '' 1:
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I i Cantor
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r p e non)
, is ll. [I '' "1 Mi
hen, 1811 SW
tN. g] m iS .' MO Of Mr.
fry Rothman and the late M
I n Rothmsn, of Vine-
( casion, the brkle choae
n of silk organxa an
Ltliiy i e styled orttb a fitted
Ece i rlaid with lace, and tea-
&coop necklioe and long
j ves. The iheanh skirt
waist to-hemline lace paneli
soft pleats falling to :i
^l>l train,
iatron of honor :i< Mrs Ro-
llf Rael. Miss J IV>',' Hothman
m maid 'if honor, and brides-
lid- included the Misses Karen
Xjman and Elaine August, and
Nuatbaum
i.irr> Lipmuii was best man. and
[her' were Mark Rael. Mark
rn. 1 aul Stein, and Roberl
hen
he bri is a graduate of Miami
hot High School and Miami-
de Junior College The groom
ht tu V'ineland S e n lor High
i, ol d the University "f Mi
jcktai and dinner followed at
l ; Guests included the
le's, two maternal grandparents,
and Mrs. Charles Perateman,
i< ei bidents ol Miami Beach,
pat< rnal grandparanta, Mr
Wernei K
MAS. MKHAll .% JNf
A.ni.r Kahn
MffS. tOUfS IOTHMAN
and Mrs Ban Cohen, of [rvtngton, bert
N.J. Anth
Following a tour of the eastern
part of the United States, the
couple will live in Philadelphia. Pa.
WoJfson-Fox
The former Jessie Ann Pox and
Bernard Wolfson will live In Co-
conul Grove after their wedding
trip t" Mexico and California.
The couple exchanged marriage
vows on Saturday, Aug. 21, at
Doral Country Club, with Rabbi
\irns Kipper officiating
The bride is the daughter of Dr
and Mrs Sidnej Fox. ol 1430 Siena
y.r Coral Gables i m is
the son of Mrs Henry Wolfson and
the lute .Mr Wolfson. of Miami.
N'ewlywed Mrs W o 11 on is a
luate "t the t'ruvei sity ol Mi-
ami School ol Business.
j he .'i iom is a graduate of the
t Diversity ol Florida and l nivi r
sit) of Miami La 'I. He wi -
j HI Pi and
Phi Alpha Delta
*
Warner-Berkowitz
I is now
.'arncr
| he r ''
wedding n ws on Sundaj Vui
.. \
Hotel. Dr Hi rberl Ba imgard of-
iic iated
The bride is the daughter of Mr.
Mi vi Berkowitz, stl'.h
hel ingek), Coral Gables The
ooan i- the son : Mrs John War'
ner and the late Mr Warner, of
>t Petersburg, Fla
Matron of honor for her sister
was Mrs Leon Newler. Miss Linda
Berkowiti was maid of honor
Best man was l.eon Newler. and
u-hcrs Included Pan' Cohen. Gll-
E. Allan Becker
MRS. BIKHAKO WOUSOM
Geller, Murray Gotfried, and
on\ Lawrence.
Hi A'arnei
iti d I mi Sei or High
e L'niver I
.-. ol
pi sidenl ol BZB
ter B'nai B'rith Girls, in
Mi iated from N.
Y,,rk I and lei ved In the
. S Navy. He belonged to Aleph
'., .- .i sales representative
Reception followed the ceremony
at the Algiers Motel The couple
will !" at home at 5790 34th St..
South, si Petersburg.
a e
Sussman-Sttpkin
Roberta Diane Stepkin and Rob-
ert Martin Sussman exchanged
wedding vows on Saturday. Aug.
14, 7:30 p.m., at the DiLido Hotel
Prior to the ceremony, the
couple received blessings at Beth
Kodeah Synagogue by Rabbi Max
Shapiro, who also officiated at tlie
wedding ceremony.
Rabbi Shapiro was officiating
clergyman fcr the marriage of the
bride's parents. Mr. and Mrs. Sid-
I ney Stepkin. 2101 SW 21st St.. Mi-
ami, almost 28 years ago.
The groom is the son of Mr. Al-
'hert Sussman, of South Miami, and
fell an, of New v
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# ItHlst HrrHttr
Friday. Alienist
27." i
JZatc ^August $ruJ Say l/oW0
Cantmwed *rfr> Pu^t 5-8
b *e
bade CotratT srhoav- ei-
jj nidiBK orfc Htd
, isaitc. She was >-eetheart of
Phi FrtfemrtT and sponsor
Crescent Club Fraterr
She prestdeo: for
Tan Alpha Onitji Soc
-deated from Miami Senior Of*
*oi am) earned a dterw in ed--
tim Bl e LrjverjKv of Miacr.
v here she w presdetrt of Pr..
- .-an Strata Sorority A merobe-
RN> Lambda, honorary *>ronrr
also a member of Sifrr.p
** Iota, honorary matuc soror-
r
In Februarv <*e besan teaehtr.*
P -. :.-- L
'.
The gror.v
Kese of New York. H
> eUeaetaef, 'he :
Kumi L
rrea i
ten
After a honeyr the Ba-
r -ai- the -. e is
l .. .ve
For the occasion, the bride chew
H vt cana.' Ik /."_:.
7 en peau de soie. featuring a
tuner cut sum -kirn-
o. t ported reemhroidertd Frencn
aeon lace lavished w.h leed
ri acc-ecls which covered the
ir tfeeea Also featured a
tax abai coal train of organza
I iu de soie.
The double tiered French Ulu
. >n .e;l was held by a BBalstored
- of aiencon lace beaded ui sed
p-ari-outitmns the delicate motif.
"- in* aiencon flower* The brvi-
i ; <1 an arranzement of hybr1 i
0 ckl>. phacienopsis and stephan-
Maid of honor as Mi-s Judith
f. otti ho. first cousin of the bndc
Vaftron of honor were the bride
1 o*a*i -i-ters. Mrs Robert Ad-
it r and Mrs joeJ Laefcow
Other attendants included the
-* Linda Fisher. Enid Berk.
"cWmin. Margo Magnus Hei-
Brenner and Mrs. L>:anr.a
atrs. tenwrr stnsmM
Mart Steinberg Jeffrej
VayM Salver -no Ltr Iwoen A*i-
ler
Flowergirl as Jacqueline Ro-
Deaa Adler M nngbearer
trfwoc--5Jrcn*m
*$. AJTHUI AfTAHIM
The 0M her u; v
ran I'-hets included Me\er L:1- be?' rr.*n was Jack
c -. Ronald and David K bndesrr.i;d"- fiance
- F.r.id Shankin and Mr Mar-
ray L.-wack were married Sun
da\ eier.me. Ang 15. at the Dean
vilie Hotel
siankrn is the daarJiter of
Mr and Mrs Irrin* Shanktn. IMS
Daytonia Rd\. Miami Beach. Mr.
LfAack is from New York City
The couple will make their home
ir. Miami Beach after a honey-moon
in Jamaica.
Mki Shankin is- a graduate of
Miami Beach High School and ha*
in New York for two years.
here -h* met Mr Lirwark.
The bridesmaid was Sandra
Shank:r. sister of the bride and
Straus^, the
MEET PERFECTIONISTS
IN THE CATERING HELD
Tray ft re:-'Mia thtlr pro'esstoa.
i Tai/ am t tJSL iot tatrH| rtaff. Tka?
wil auki i suceaat at awry party
wtddna.... i Bar Iftznfc*... baataaal
meeting or i tocaf laachaaa. Taty affl
f mtm fra 20 to 100* atari ft> tlaa fao4
tptrtly prtparaf tat aftJfkft ntwry
cori'.edCc* .off RoantTlwyTlaiaantar
w-i'tve* tpac* you raquirt. Call
It. Mc^r it JEtf tica M611 for taa
aast furctiaa y% n tvar aai
tor *en m.ludod
rjUrnan. e*i Se*u Hal Ap-
im.
Nttwtvwed M^ Rooinaoii
,,,'ted from North M.am. Setlh.
ttended Miami-
Juni'.r CoUefll
The I rOOBl is a graduate >(
Nrtt, \iunii Sanior ifigfe and Ml
ami-DadC Junmr < nllR* He to
ttendUM the UatvaraUp
c,; i krWa
Recepti'Ki followed the ceremo-
n\ al the AlalCTi Hotel After a
honeymoon ^pent in Jamaica, the
coapte will b at home in (iame;-
Pit
S'mott-Nurenberg
The former Carole F^ith Sttf
cnberu and Barry Stereo Baaaal
uill lire il TOZ SW lfith Are Apt
m Gaiaaville, Pla InataHBg
their ion ii Nea Yeefc
j | inejed ooildlag
I Lamhw a'
itiOB "ii Sun-
I [> m
r of Mr
and Mr- Jotcph \ NurenK
208 SW 5th ^re Miami The tro< ni
is t: i Mi and Vt-
M 41M Loi
For her
a wfaii
the hadlce ind eft ....

seed p-'rri "rt'c s*>:r' f'-
tere'l app!imie< ifld lai h!r
vafteaa train terminated in f'm'
chapel train also cnh*i
beaded laci
Her matching heaU-d aleocofl lace
cro*n had a double pouf of Kremn
imported iIIunmti
if honor for her listi r
,i- _\ir steuart Gtaensteia
Br; were the Misses Ellen i
Kempler. Lo ..- Rothenberg i
ine PopofX Mar) Kratxe and M
Edward Bohniv.k
Be Sinoff Ushers incli le Stereo Fnt-
man. strw.irt Goldberg Stewart
(7reer.tein. Martin Edwards, Pete
Zinohar PW1 WtaHT, Stere Mon
and Michael GreeatMrg
Th- bnde carried a flow me cas
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Mr and Mrs. Arthur Aptakin
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lowinsj their honeymoon in Ja-
maica
The former Mta Linda Kay
Stretch and Mr. Aptakin exchanged
weddin? vows on Aua m in Tem-
ple Beth Sholem of Hollywood.
\ ith Rabbi Morton Malarakr of-
ficiating at the 8 o'clock ceremony.
The bride is the daughter of Mr
and Mrs LouU K Streich. W00 SW
2bth Ter The groom's parents art-
Mr. and airs. Morris Aptakin. 2363
SW 25th St
Maid of honor was Mia Sharon
Raymen. and Jwiee Moray A Ray-
man acted <- bet man.
The bride graduatetl from Miami
Senior Hlg*j School and attended
Miami-Dade Junior College major
. in art
Tr.' mated from Mi
ami Senior High, is attending the
r .Miami, and plans to
:..\- year

Robinson-Zeitzew
Mad IW-ne Sheiln /, jtzew be
came Mrs Dai \i r. i- Robin

22- at th. ibbi M.,\
ICOJtl officiate The bride i. the daughter of Mr
and Mrs Albert Zeitsea 1708] \i:
5th Are. Th
the Samuel laobinaons, 315 NE SMb

For her wedding, the bride eboM
a peau de soie gown with aien-
con lace and carried a bouquet of
arietta orchids and rises
Attending the bride were Terrie
'Tracy. Riselle Widerman and Mai-
as SaiiU a flower girl. i
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JMcft Ihrlli ,r
Page 7-B

4
lyritics in \.'<
ows
Bntinoed from Preceding Psge
. f while butterfly roses and
hanotis W i t h a eoraafe of
,. hybrid white orchids la the
tovdywed Mrs Sinoff graduated
n Miami Senior High and the
tj of Florida, where she
an officer of Alpha F.psilon
Soionty and >\veetheart of Tan
lilon Phi Fraternity She plans
work toward a Masters
he groom graduated from La ti-
ll i v n School in JaekaonTille
the Iniversity of Florida,
pre he VII chancellor of Tan
0on Phi Fraternity, member
Florida Blue Key Leadership
tjtraitjr an Hi\ oi Florida Hall of Fame
is. listed in "Who's Who in
(ri ,m Colleges and Iniversi
ami is at the present time a
or in law school at the U of F.
tit-dowa dinner followed the
mion\ .it Beth David
Cos/er-leovy
iiiUi'i Hotel was the lite of the
of Miss Phyllis Am Laa>
ind Lee M Caster on Suada).
30 |> in with Uabln
Malavsk) officiating
the ceremony, the bride
., satin peau de soi<
till) Uu e The pill
trerj mil silk
-
I iridi naids incl i
la Duren and

l;
I ''
! .i
il .". ..'
i eived a BA, and
it i University, where
cd with .in M \
ID of Mr and Mrs
v. Dove, liar-
land. Miami Beach, went to
Miami and is now
th Medical Callage of
I Dentistry,
Ton ; llowi 'I the 11 ran
'' m rlu cot pie will live
imond, \ .i

Hirt-Kaufman
lie m >l the for in i r ktisj
\\ I. I K tin
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Ellyn Hita Kaufman and Mr. Fred
Denis liirt.
For her wedding on Sunday. Aug.
22. the bride ehoae a >iik organza
-own with imported lace and a
lull tram She carried a bouquet ol
white orchids. Officiating at the
6 o'clock rites was it..bin Robert
liirt. brother oi the groom.
Newlywed Mrs Hirl is the
liter of Mr, and Mrs Bdward
Kaufman. 5610 SW 93rd Ave. The
i loom i- the so,, ,,| ||rg, Herman
Sumara, of 5 Pinta ltd., and the
late Mr Samuel Hut.
Matron of honor was Mrs. John
Schwebel Miss Sandra Weinstein
was maid ol honor Claudia Haul
man acted as junior bridesmaid
for her sister.
Bruce Bourgeois was bast man,
and ushers in.Uuled Steve Levlne,
Itichard Pawllgar, Harold Ijeiner.
ami John Schwebel Robert Kauf-
man acted as junior usher.
Newl>wed Mrs hjh js a gradu-
ate of Southwest High School, and
is employed as a dental assistant.
Mr. liirt is a graduate of Coral
Gables High School and the Uni-
versity of Miami, where he re-
ceived a degree in business admin-
istration, lie is employed by the
Baxter Pharmaceutical Laborator-
ies.
Reception followed the ceremony
it Temple Nei Taaud. Alter a hon
c.Miioon in Jamaica, the couple
Will live ill Ml. Prospect, ill.
Coopcrsmith-Cohen
Miss Annette ((hen. daughter
ol Mr and Mrs Seymour Cohen,
1811 SW Mth Ter and Edward
Coopersmith n i ol Dr. and
lavid -v.
i Diai tv s itur
21, al the DiLido Hotel
-.; I nd Cant
the
o clock < oi II cere iony

neon lac at I
..me and I on the ilim
: ll remov al le chi
tram scattered with lace applique.
Her mat! I I and lace c i
had a triple tier ol French illu-
sion,
Matron of honor was Mrs. Mich-
ael Weisberg. Miss Linda Cohan
\>.is maul oi honor Bridesmaids
included the tfiaees Sin ila Hyatt.
Leslie Evans. Karen I'eict/man
and Vivian Weinberger. Junior
hhdeeraaid was Bitten Hell and
Elizabeth Cooperamith, Qowergirl.
George Cooperamith was best
man, an(| ushers included Mich.n i
Weisberg, Carlos Kuperamith, Jefl
icv Kat/. and .Neil Fvans Jaffa >
1'eret/maii a,is junior usher
The bride is a Coral Gables H
ite and will attend the
School oi Languages al Madrid.
'i be ., r o o m is ,i graduate ol
St uthwesl High School, atten
the University oi Miami, an.I i-
now a student at the Universitj
ol Madrid Medical School,
Reception featuring cocktails
and dinner followed al the DiLido
Alter ,i honeymoon through the
eastern t nite I States and southern
Europe, the couple will live in Ma
liid. Spain
*
Nathanson-Spahn
Mis. Barbara Jo Spahn becami
the bride of Elias Nalhanson on
Sun da j afternoon, Aug 22, at
Temple Beth Am, with Rabbi Her
lu it Baumgard officiating.
The bride is the daughter ol Mr
and Mr- Larrj Bogm r, 1131 SW
Mth Cl Miami The ..: oom is '
-on of Mr and Mi s J ilius Nathan-
son, of l.aurelton, N Y.
The bride chosi an i np re go* n
of linen and l.uc in .oi A line de-
sign, The portrait neckline and bell
sleeves were trimmed in lace, and
the bride carried B bOUQUel ol
white roses
Maid of honor was Miss Ann
Margulis. cousin of the bride, and
Debra Greenwald was junior
bridesmaid Helen Bogner, sister
Of the bride, served as flower girl.
Mare Watson served as best man.
and tnhers included Glenn Wat
son and Mitchell Bogner. brother
I ot the bride.
The former Miss Spahn is a
irraduatc of sMiibu.-t Hieh SchiHil
and attended Harcwm Junior <\>I-
lee. Byrne Mbwt. Pa.
Mr. Nathanson is a graduate of
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Fass-Duchon
Diane Leslie Kass and Howard
Duchon will be married In the
rammer ol 1966.
The 1-ride-elect is the daughter
of Mr-. Gertrude Fass and the late
JVlr bouis Fas>. ol 2204 SW 13th
St Her fiance is the son of Mr.
and Mrs Peter Duchon. 619 SW"
26ta K.I
Miss Pass is a senior at the Uni-
versity of Miami and will receive
her Bachelor of Education degree
in June of next >ear. She is vice
president of Alpha Epsilon Phi So-
rority.
Mr. Duchon attended the Uni-
versity of Miami and will receive
her Bachelor of Education degree
in June of Next year. She is vice
president of Alpha Epsilon Phi
Sorority.
Mr Duchon attended the I'niver.
My of Miami, where he was affil-
iated with Tau Epsilon Phi Fra-
ternity. He will be attending the
Medical College of the Virginia
School of Dentistry in the fall.
Nash-Katz
Mr and Mis. Martin P. Naafa,
4414 Toledo St.. (oral Gables, an
nowce the engagement of their
. r, Nancj Susan, to Charles
hard Katz, son ol Mr. ami Mrs.
: i rlando, Fla.
Miss Sash graduated from Coral
I io >] and attended
iy c;i Georgia, she
will m 'ho l
, .; with a d
a
?rity.
KaU attended
, rad-
, ty of 1 rida,
( and Com-
i
tlj employed i
account oxocuUvc for an OrUndo
television station. He was a mem
C ot Tau Epsilon Phi ngw*
An August. 1966. wedding I
planned.
Greenteder-Holberl
Mr and Mrs Sonny Gwenfeder,
of 982 Lenox Ave., Miami Beach,
announce the engagement olthei;
daughter. Florence, to W i 1 1 a r d
Charles Holbart.
The groom-to-be is the son of
the late Mr. and Mrs. Leon ll"l-
l.ert. of 4015 NW 4t,h St.
The future couple both gradu
ated from Miami Beach Senior
High School and attended the l m-
versity of Florida.
The wedding is scheduled for
Nov. 28 at the Algiers Hotel
Friday. August 27. 1965
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, is a pasl governor ol the
irder of the Moon
that he ~j" .i real ma se for the
time in his life He claims
thai .1 : With the local
s ol thi M a Lodge is a
..i r.

This past weekend was s busy
i ,', ; mi Irwin Basek-
er house 1 irsi her mother.
Jack Heilweil, new in b
York on Thursday On
thej were at some
tr.i nd's home foi i ktails on
their y to < tinner party.
Mil to announce thai
friends from Peru had just called
fn.m the .ii tot' and were on
i heir w a*j ovei to Iheir home .
isl a trick to
Hike, lierrie
and 1.1/ had cooked a sumptuous
c Inner a n d kw ited several "f
their friends in for a surprise
anniversary parr. .
:i celebrate were
Mrs, BiiJie Loweattwl, June snd
K. /in..".. .-\u i.. H I He*
Kowit, Adele and Fred stone.
Rut!-, and Phillip Steinberg, ami
and Mi i nie Zipp .
On Saturday Bight, da.
Mi I the- I .:
sun away part] .
OVI Ml. red to
:-n joining in
liar r > Wairen.
nenl
: m< i Senior High .
' rrie was a June graduati
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the i c h o o 1 and editor of the
-.inM.i newspaper She has r<
ceived an academic scholarship
to Bead College in Portland, ore .
and is leaving this week.
*
Selma and Johan Berman arc
saying to friends they
have made in the Greater Miami
area over the past many years
. as been active in I
ji 11 i. National Fund and B'nai
Ith, bs has s< ima. who also
da Haii. i list "i club
endeoven Bekna, Incidental-
ly, i- a pas) president ol the Em-
ma Lasarus Group ol ll.
New the Barmana are paam
to make their li\ es part of their
i r_. .ii work 'l hey're
ing here to become perma-
nent 11 in Tel A\ i\. Is-
rael.

\mi.i and Benjamin Raphael
I'.i i 1 July. 1915, In
Bridgeport, Conn., honored by
their children on Aug. 22 .
- o d Joe and Harvey Bresler,
with wives Laona and Bar!
Invited the anniversary couple's
,\. : circle ol friends to join th< m
at the Sunday, mid-aftero
cocktail part] at Skytop Drive in
:i bold, Conn. The Gel
Wed ling celel rants -u'.\
Bridgeport home, but also main-
nee in M i
Bi ad tests al th< ti stivi-
. include i Neu Yorkers Di
ami Mrs H.i> F r i e d, another
rl time resident "i M
i;. ch
Men's Club Will
len Activities
Sundii>. Sept 5. at 10 a.m.. the
regular fall breakfast meetings of
the Men's C'hib of Tifrreth Jacob
will begin
Opt
COOK
WANTED by MIAMI liACH TMHA.
Tweaty Hears Weekly.
Cell Mrs. Weinstetk
Jf 1 sait
One of the prime functions of the
Aleu'.s Club is to assist in the rais-
ing of funds fer the Temple.
The committee in charge of pro-
( warns and activities has many
si* ianovataone under considera-
tion.
More than 500 children attend
ed the recently-completed YM and
YWHA Day Camp, according to
Paul Faske. president of the V M
and YWHA.
The itafi was under tin dire.
Ubn of the executive director.
Efraim H Gale, and supervised
by Burton Garr.
Part u ipating on the staff of '
Day Camp wei e
Director* \l
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\ former high achool le.u-her
Jd coach at Nea York UnH-rarty,
Carver has been aaaoclnlnd with
B'nai B'ritfi youth OrgnokaUan
rortheP-tWy-prtr*,SBp-
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visor for the Greater Miaanl '
is .enter. ASOCitJOn. foreninne.
, 1 the present YM and Ww*-
C.rver is a eroste f the
City Collee*. Nw Vorlc. whit.
h* r in adU'Stlan Me took Master's
York Univrity and be*n prac-
ticing social 9'0P worh af ,h*
EdLcational Alliance. New York,
and the nd St. YM and VVHA.
I charter SMOther "f the N..ti-ti-
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he 1- 1 certified weial wortsar
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Jtarminglxj
yours,
h
.Jit It Zipp
bre often etpt'ease I
'y definite views on
Dn.-.. So we decided
r about: to ask a
p. readn for their
r. M lh' fair m
iku'k betttvea thai
hri concentrate their
sund "being wnnwi,"
lore <:i"--<- en i less
n.in wh<> comes hone
Msr rial man
inert shirr-, wants
Ihing marc feminine
In in a pair of slack-.
Mi iir cut as short
n i- Of the opinion
In- cnramni; glory i-
that elaborate coif-
If1 ttar the. face are
Muring tlian a b>yi-li
rnen will agree I
- desirable. A pm-
v- that is in good
mine coiffure, well
etics, and the cor-
rect perfume for the occasion
are what he likes in woman.
I nfor*uiMtiy. alt women do not
have good tigure. and Mr. Pol-
lack think.* they should dress for
their figure type to select
the clothes that '"do the most
for them and not suil|il> to We< r
the current style He dislikes sei
ing women wearing clothes that
show them "If to a disadvantage
uopecialtj the overwetghl worn-
an in .-lacks
F\R. Daniel Prance likes the
** natural look, and prefers the
bnors
Sunday
No.
the
lirown Post.
War Veteran* of
and the Norman
B) Ladies' Auxiliary
>int testimonial break
,\, Mrs Nat Broun.
ICfl and Kduin L
bh Miami, at tl'.e Me-
lee Hotel on Sumlat
a in
. winner of the Dc-
Honda JWV IMMB
year" Award and
r vice president of
It of Florida Jewish
\u\ili.n\. i- hem,:
her many year- of
>rk in the service
veterans and the
terans Auxiliary
miner of the Depart
a Jewish War Vet
> 11. Cohen Award,
t -erving as post
ls being honored
andintf service- to
ace Brown Post and
ar Veterans of the
Florida during the
;e Execs
lor Sales
w&
woman who is suntanned, healthy
and strong looking, not the
tie type. I Ian should look natur-
al, not dressed with every hair
m place, which suggests an arti-
ficial look. Byes should also look
natural and not heavily made up.
Dreams he does not like in-
clude the full skirted crinoline
a -Iitfened fabric worn under full
-knts to extend them to even
greater fullness. They were orig-
inally made of horsehair and
linen, but today are usually stilf-
encd silk or cotton and in the
form of half-lip.
Dan also prefers women in tle
simple, elegant type of dress. The
uncluttered look and the fitted
(Ire tra his favorites. He frowns
on women who deliberately se-
lect a -tyle that hides their fig-
ure- -o well that the dress can
be mistaken for a maternity fash-
ion.
Fred Stone believes that hair
styles, iiiake-iip and dress should
0Oi| be Used to set off the wo-
man, not to call attention to
l.hemselve* As to eye make-up, it
pplement natural beau-
'\ and no! be worn to the ex-
in me that it :- noticed for itself
rather than to the end of lovlier
eyes
ANOTHER point h<- made was
^* that many European women.
and many leading Hollywood act
resses, deliberately use make-up
hair styles, or dress to accentuate
a feature that doesn't conform
to the accepted beauty standard
of our time. We all recall a fa*
BNua personality who exagger-
ated an oversize moutli. or called
attention to buck teeth, or added
-cosmetics to a facial mole, there-
by creating the "beauty mark."
In Fred's opinion, very few
women are able to wear bangs
to their own advantage, and lew
women have enough fashion dis
crimination to select a print
flattering to them. Fred like- a
woman to look feminine. For day
time he prefers headband-, on
those who wear them well, and
tailored clothes. For evening, he
thinks there is nothing so femi
nine as an evening gown Some
w o m e n aren't tall and slim
enough I" wear some of the softly
floating pannui- they select,
but would look better in more
ric styles
All in all. it's a good thing
there are so many men with so
many different opinions, because
we women aren't too apt to make
too mam drastic changes
Make Mocha
French Cream
Hen special occasion dessert
that's so fancy you'll want to serve
it when company comes, and so
fuss tree, you'll find yourself fixing
it often as a fine finale for a dairy
dinner.
Mocha Frnch Crm*
1 package (regular size) Royal
Dark "N" Sweet Chocolate
Pudding
2 teaspoons Chase & Sanborn
instant Coffee
2 cups milk
i cup heavy cream, whipped
Empty package of Royal Chocolate)
Pudding into pan. Blend in Cfaaae
& Sanborn Instant Coffee Slowly
add milk, stirring to keep mixture
smooth. Cook over medium hig^i
heat, stirring, until pudding just
start- to loil. Pour into a howl and
place transparent wrap directly on
pudding. Chill. Heat pudding so
soften and fold in whipped cream.
Spoon into demi-tasse coffee cups.
Chill. If desired, garnish with
whipped cream and sprinkle with,
instant coffee Serves > to 8
here,.
Bennett Jr., an a.sso
t mi I. it man Agency
Usattl Mutual Life
piny. 100 Biseayne
[bean fifth among
2.000 full-time rep-
tile production of
ance during July,
rod a total of $45.
nth.
GUI, also an
B agency placed
wivered a total of
the month
peals Sentence
(JTA I'ai'l
otchman who had
s.s during the
k appealed a lix
sentence imi
peurt at Utrecht for
selling anti sk-mit
ienen is the author .
man published in I
SB, defending Hitler
la- of Willie I in As-
uthor of that work.
est and conviction
en in Spain, assist-
I Belgian Nazi and
Degrelle.
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Friday, AuguM .
Hebrew Academy Enrollment Reaching]
Record High With 450 Students! isted

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Left to riqht are Mr. and Mrs. David Ponve cing their purchase
anS Sidney D Ansm. chairman of the Popick building at the Hebrew UmversUy
Miami Humanities Building Dinner, announ-
of study
Unive
n "to honorees, Mr. and Mrs. Jack S. Popick.
.
on li
nent
Rabbi Alexander S. Gross, prim
cipai of the fUaelemy.hasr*
Ported .hat this year the school
Ell open parallel d.M **
firs, through ninth grades to fet-
fill fhe educational needs ot the
Beth Am Board -
Elects Cutler
., witl -,nd t0 11 e m,
. load wh
. outstanding
school."
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Rifkins Host Breakfast Here to Boost
Ruth and Jack Popick Humanities Bldg.
Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Rifkin were
hosts Sunda> morning to the first
Steering Committee gathering on
behalf of the Ruth and Jack Pop-
ick Miami Humanities Building.
Sidney U. Ansin. chairman of the
Oct. 23 Popick Miami Building Din-
ner, presided at the informal
brunch meeting.
According to Kifkin. chairman of
the Steering Committee, Miami's
own buildmg "ill be the i.'urd larg
eel structure after Cbarcowsk)
Square at the verj entranceway to
the new campus ol the Hebrew Un-
iversity in Jerusalem.
Ccntor Goodman
At Sky Lake
Rabbi Jonah E Capl in of the
newly-formed
has nnouni e I the app lintment >f
Lei Go idman i- i inter
er
\ product of H i Hadati
nt in
it- stroi t
served Ji isfi youth neat-
ly all "i his adult
He i as held everj not |
sion position ol leadership In
Scon ing, including that ol troop
chaplain. He has been a pi
al leader ol Younj and as
aslant athletic director of the
YMllA. For many years, while en-
' ,n business, he taught an '
conducted services on j volunteer
basis
Rabbi Caplan described his
close friend and associate "as an
active, enthusiastic and tireless
worker, whose drive and dedica-
tion are a source of inspiration
to all who come in contact with
him."
Born in Boston, where mast of
hi-, family still live, he attended
the Talmudical Academy and
Teachers Institute <>f Yeabiva Uni-
versity. While at Hunter College.
he served on many Student faculty
committees, won a major varsit)
letter for soccer and participated
in tiie officer training program of
the tinted states Marine Corps.
Cantor Goodman recently re-
tuiTK-d from an Intensive course
in modern educational methods for
synagogue schools t\ the Jewish
Tiieiilogu.il Seminary in New
York
Cantor Goodman is married to
Caj
< inc. go T hej ha ighl
Cindy and hi..-e. who attend the
Hebi
ban
sky Lake Synj
it- Iligh Hoiidaj
fied Hall in
i1
will
.'"> I
fully equipped
classrooms ol l he Nor11
Following the lead of Mr. and
Mrs. Charles Charcowsky, who
have purchased one of the larger
rooms in the Miami building, and
and Mr. and Mrs. Stuart Simon,
who have purchased the Direct-
or's Office in memory of Mr. Mi-
chael Wix, Sidney D. Ansin and
Mr. and Mrs. David Ponve an-
nounced the purchase of study
rooms.
Kifkin. who is now a founder of
the Hebrew University, announced
that in honor ot the Popicks, he
-.-iil name Mrs Rifkin a separate
founder by increasing his uift to
the Hebrew University to s>
other dm mbers ol the committee
lent included Mr, a n d Mrs
Herbert s Shan i i f< rmer pres-
ident of the Greater Miami Chapter
ol the American Friends "i the He-
sity, ,,ii(i chairman ii
.'- Be i Sam-
uel Simonhoff, regional president
: the Wom i Dh isi in Louis B.
Kudnick, founder of the new cam-
pus; Mr- Louis Glasser chairman
n s Wise Ch..::. Mrs.

; iic Family Endowment Plan;
... yshie Fried-
Mi Jo :'ii Shawmut,
Mrs Sidne) Bo | u ol Short Hills,
\.i
,\ Bud I Cutler.
73rd \m- h been elected as
member of the Board ol Directors
,.i Temple Beth Am
It ., recant meeting ol the Beth
\, Brotherhood, Ben Clem, prea
dent reported that Norman Weui
erer has been elected correspond-
ing secretan ami Stephen Carnsr,
treasurer
The Brotherhood will sponsor a
breakfast in the Temple Y ou in
Lounge on Sundaj morning, Sept
12, 10 a m when I->rr% King, ra
\n nth and
i l
he : tor
l he Mesivl
will sccommod iti
bo) durin | i Hel
ior High Sell i
; i Mai I
\ special Hebrew
,m the Inn ; n
ior High level t'>r
a had no pre* i
ing ill be i ontin u
consecuth a > eai P ,:- ,1
, i elerated Hebrew ... ^M
gram la to Integrate I dents into the i'
i am
An all-day nursery program %
the 4 to 4 and a half yea* 9r,
will be inaugurated this ten*'
ter. The program of tipovnii
year-olds to a bilingual curr
lum will be under tht super*
sion and direction of the (M,
my's pre-school department.
Sam Rcinhard and Oscar M
her. co-chairmen of
io and television personality, will immis Conanittee, di
be guest speaker
Southern Sell
Names Manager
David lieiit ha* been appointed
sti ctina. marketing manager for
the Southern Bell Telephone Co
in M 11 m i. succeeding .1 Steve
Hudson, who moved to division
marketing manager
Tiedt began h telephone career
in 1958 as a coHege trainee in Mi-
ami, and lias held varinu- a-sign
ments in Florida, the most recent
of which was as division commer-
cial supervisor in West Palm
Beach.
Adath Yeshurun
Names Aloof
Pincui Aloof ha- been engaged
,i- seztoll and also Bar Mitzvah
n Itructor at Temple Adath Yeshu
1 1111
He i- organizing s school choir
and will lead the Junior Congre
For the coming year of IMS
''> Aloof [dan- to form i post
Mitzvah group
Aloof was born in Israel,
where h attended the Yeshiva.
He also studied at the Talmudic
Acjuemy ir Baltimore, Md.
SHALOM fVER
Rabbi's Son
Off to Israel
For More Studies
Shalom N h i Ever
feti V
\ lath l-' '
lute
He i- the youi i -
and .ii; I -'" '
Rabl l
ol Agudath l-i...'i Hosting I
lion will be the ->
Si terhood of the i
Ever, mho gra hiated last June
at the s mud
ical Academy ol Baltimore, Md .
with highest scholastic standii
has been accepted on a scholarship
by the Hebron Yeshiva Kneset Is-
rael m Jerusalem known throu
out the world as the Slobodker Ye
ahiva, where he will continue his
theological studies.
The Aliyah Department of the
Religious Division of the Jewish
Agency-American Section made
the arrangements i>>r Ever's flight
to Israel on Monday, Sept 6.
To express his gratitude. Ever
will address worshsppan of the
synagogua Saturday morning on
The Two Sides ot Life
No. Shore BB
To See Film
North Shore. Miami Beach Lodge
>t B'nei B nth will hold ns next
dar meeting on Mondaj eve-
nt Washington Federal Audi
torium. 11:-:;t Normand) l>r
The meeting will feature a mo-
tion picture entitled 'I he Prii
*
n an I A r j
Beth Torah Opens
Registration Here
Sundaj inaugurati
I He
Hi gh Si
il
: '<
chairman
- :
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for tl
-
Classes for teen-ager* will in-
clude comparative religion. Yid-
Biblical history, internship
he Sunday School, methodol-
o.-. for Sunday School teaching,
and n honors class conducted by
Rabbi M..x A. Lipschiti
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The program stresses
hout its entire
,- chosen b) the
\. \ tion of Nurser)
Sch ols to evaluate one >f the new
teaching machines, the Learn-a-
Tron in addition, the Pre School
provides a rich Jewish content
ram
The Sundaj School curriculum
i- designed lor student- Inmi ages
."> to h. ami includes Bible, customs,
prayer, and the oral aural lingual
method of learning Hebrew in the
Hebrew Through Fun" Program.
The Hebrew Bchool Department
include- a five-year basic program,
with grduation into the Hebrew
High School under the auspices ot
tin- Bureau of Jewish Education In
lition, the confirmation course
ol study culminate, m confirma-
tion exercises held in the ninth
ie. leading into the High School
program
A full program of extra-curric-
ular activities includes student
and Alef Congregation, junior
ard senior choirs, Torah reading
and Cantorial Club, Audio Visual
Squad, Patrol Council and Keren
Ami.
ehiiil requesting
school ha- been
The -ii 1 > i: ltd
i the Hebrew \
willingness ai
tbi j said li
men
eat, ii irrj 11
r>| the i '
n i- irted thai p
.- t.i accomnxi
section "i
H i lywood
Rcbbi April \
At Israelite C'ti
. nlei '
a p|
:i ter
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the
-
i tbi
pi
Accoiding to Pi
Apul brings with <
amojnt of expei iece tr k.
catoi, and hi, skill *i ido ",
tlie knowledge of Obi pupils.
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rn to noon
Finkenberg Cited
At Luncheon Here
The National sSSOl
men's aikl Children-
Salesmen presente-1 a g*16"
Fink.
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birtl
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reads to weai

Fink i n ember "f the
South I
will servi
ot the pi
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spirit
chairman, lrvmc
He was
in New
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hen
A F youth i tivl-
Youth. ^
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Making the presentation **
some 35 ot the leading -
apparel buyers ri store o^
throughout the area *" j
Roth, past national pro.den
the ot janiiation.
described I
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Jfyar Robert AIM Altor
Michael Joseph Alter
th David Congregation will be
.,. ,., the Bar Mit/vah of Rnb-
illan and Michael Joseph Al-
isons of Mr. an 56 7 0 Mi ,'., on Saturday. Aufi. 28.
lit and Miehael both attend
In grade at Ponce de Leon
or High, where they partici-
in musical and sports activ-
Ibeii has a special interest in
BOd -tamps Michael special-
In chess
lev are the Grandchildren of
Sarah Alter and the late lly-
Mtcr. of Brooklyn, NY., and
, Morn- and Dora Cohen, of
ii Reach.
tee
Howard FinfceUtein
Saturday. Aug. 28. Howard
Utcin *iH b" 15ar Mitzvah
i iel ol Greater Miami.
the too <'i Mr. and Mrs.
r:- ... [stein 901 NK lT9th
Miami.
\ \ !- an eighth grade stu-
i l Kennedy Junior
: and i n joj >p< i- In
:.-. ng. i playing thi
Pi '
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Leonard Lfbmjn
m of Mr .


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J< n Kenned)
yea i
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th Roa 'I R
! e .i m in N or t h M
LMitzvah reception and din-
|l! he held Saturday < vening
Valencia Room ol the Se-
_btel Relative! from Detroit.
knee and Cincinnati will be
i to participate in the colebra-
tnar tare* education by entering the
procontirmation class in Septem-
Frank Moichkowski
Stephen Jurytta
jhle Bar Mitzvah o f Frank
hkouski and Stephen Jurysta
marked ;it Saturday murn-
pervices, Auk. 28. at Temple
Shirah, with Rabbi Morns
officiating,
ink is the son of .Mr. and Mrs.
Mrs. Rosenhouse Academy Women's
President Succeeding Mrs. Rosen
x -t< i
Michoef After
Howard Finfcefsfein Leonard Lcbman
Ronald Marmer Alan lesint
irinet in th<
lis I rites
i '
i Levin*
n Jay l<
cc Saturdaj moi i i
Tern] ...
, o| Mr am !
M.irr. ; A Le\ in*
Charles Rogers
Charles Arnold Rogers will be-
comi Bar Mitzvah on Saturday,
lug. 28. at Temple Adath Yeshu-
run.
Cbarlea i- the son of Mr. and
Mrs Irving Rogers, and has com-
pleted seventh jrrade at North Mi-
ami Junior Hith School. He is a
stamp collector, and is also inter-
ested in swimming and bowling.
Mrs Shirley Weinberg and Mrs.
Ida Rogers are grandparents of the
Bar Mitzvah. who will be honored
at a Kiddush by his parents follow
ing the service.
'RANK MASCMKOWSKI
STtPHfN JUSYSM
M
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1. \.,/i hokx .
fhers ..i the ci
in n Berl n
i i .>n the oa
: the Bar Mitzvah Parents
Ihost the Kiddush foUowing th
Ice
Ba Mtttvah of Ronald Marnier
wiB take place Saturday morning,
Aug. : at Temple Sinai in Wash
Won Federal Auditorium. t>W NE
l7th m
|Bonal ian A recipient ol the
eral Excellence Award of the
[>le Religious School In June,
h.:- been a student there for
yeail and S member of the
:>r Choir
ill i-nter eighth grade at
B h. Keni.edy Junior lligli.
Union President
To be Honored
The hotel industry will honor
Herbert "Pinhy" Schiffman. pres-
ident of the Hotel Kmployees Un-
ion, for his coiiinuuuu service and
support of Variety Children's Hos-
pital.
Members of Miami Beach Local
Union 255 AFL-C10 h a v e an-
need that i testimonial dunch
v> ill be held on Nov. 8 at the
f the eve nt an
n ft'inn, nt of
and
l
City ol Miami As-
ti oi She i
ids.
has for manj
.. led the community ai 1
program for our hospital amon
the hundreds of employees In the
hotel industry," said P. William
Burke, Variety Hospital president.
We are proud of his dedicated
service to this cause and for the
example he has set in the indus-
try"
Mrs. M. H Rosenhouse has heen
elected president of the Hebrew
Academy Women. She steps up
to the post from her position as
vice president.
Other officers elected include
Mcsdames Ix'onard Rosen, chair-
man of the hoard; David S. An-
dron. Sidney Rubinowitz and Jos-
eph E. Rackovsky, honorary life
idents: Samuel Reinhard. honor-
ary life vice president; and Jos-
eph E Rackivsky, honorary life
treasurer
Mesdames Leonard Adler. Ju-
lius Rosenstcin. Samuel Rosner, S.
Louis Schwartz. Charles Simon
and Jerry Sussman, vice presi-
dents; George Kimniel. treasurer;
Al Osheroff, financial secretary;
Jacob D Katz. recording seen1
tary; Samuel Shapiro, social sec
retary.
Mesdames Sue Hermnn. chair
man, corresponding secretary;
Carl Brandes, co-chairman, cures
ponding secretary; Morns Dubler,
telephone secretary; Zvi Berger,
registrar; and Hairy Kaplan, par-
liamentarian.
Mrs Rosenhouse succeeds Mrs.
Leonard Rosen, who served as
president for tWO >ears.
Mis Rosenhouse, a past presi
di i "i the Academj 's PTA has
. with the Hebrew
v. 'iien lor the past ti n
During this time, she ha
ry phase ol thi
5
an .. ".
the B ur-
: other ii .
Mrs Rost nhousi h is I een a
, u a ni Beach s.
I the
n Voters, a
i iorth Shore I nit <>t
i ancer Corps, a member ol Ns
tional Council of Jewish Women,
a member of Temple Emanu El
youth Commission and a member
of Hadassah and Mizrachi Organ
ization ol America.
Members Of the Board of Direc-
tors are:
all edaaru A Aaron, Han > Alt-
Beth Am Names
New Principal
Erwin Marshall has been ap-
pointed principal of the Religious
School of Temple Beth Am, while
Mrs Harry Ross is on Sabbatical
leave. Mrs. Ross wlD be complet-
ing courses for her Masters degree
and rejoin the staff as principal in
February. 1966.
Marshall is presently principal
of Fan-lawn Elementary' School,
and baa been curriculum assist-
ant at Beth Am for the past three
years He is a graduate of the I'ni
versity of Miami School of Edu-
cation and receive.I his Master's
degree in administration.
T( mple Beth Am has a Religious
School of 1,000 children which
meets on Saturday and Sunda)
mornings, kindergarten thi
ii th grade confirmation class
qualilied >">' cert
: through the Bureau "f Jewish
on.
s. hul. r, Mori;- Bflrfc. iU rnard I
I Bdna Bear, Ja< h Beraer, Anne
wits, Arthur .\ Bencman, Mu
t., \ Berfcowlta, Bu* Berkow-lla Bart
Meier, Jeronu Blenenfeld. Morrl
l-.i. ii.-nf. 1.1. B I Binder. Adolf Blank,
r*harlei Bogln, Raul ll ii-..:,. Ruth
Bu*h*baum, l^ouii A Bunlm, Jonah
ES Caplan, Jack Clment, Loulv .'i-
in. -in. Albert Cohen, Joaeph Cohen,
I., wi I'ohen, Max Cohen, Sarah
< z.. ll. .1.1, k I
Meedamee Mildred Dearr, Milton
in li. Herman EIhi nbera, Mai
Bnslander, Sam Parber, l*ldfH*< I rled-
iian. Charle Km. Minnn. .la.k il.r-
on. n.in\ rsewlta, li-ti\ |, Glnattw.
Maurlci rioldrttift, William rioldateln,
(Sreenbers, I leni ^ ii otidan,
Abe Hnffenbera, Joseph Hoffman,
Ityman Kolko, Benjamin Kornrelch.
Kiin, ii. Lubovlta, Solomon ljmf. :.
Morton Ueberman, Marvin Lloman,
kU>** LobeJ, Norman 1-yon.-, Ml. ha. I
Mabel, Abraham Maaon, Al< Kandei
\|.'sk..\ ./.. Henry Penehanak)
Mi Miami Sj R< i Harold R< Ii
hard, Leo Reinhard, Maurice I:. /
i;iia- Ros, h. liar- l Rosen II..' s
Roaenbera. Murraj Roernberr, Rachel
Sakowltx, Hair; Samuels, l>ora -
el Sol Sandier, Irving Si del, (Jabrlel
Shantils, Abraham Snaplro, Joaeph
l. Sharpi Ma Sll.. h, i -. Ed
Snxler, Nathan !* s, 1st-
Spoiler, Abrah mi Stelnbi it. I--
iyel Hel,
lil. ii. M< Hi III W
I'hlllp Weiss, S>h la /.
I-'.. (I '/I-.,
Installation will take place al
the Academj Women s first meet
in.. Sepl si
Cantor Klein
At Ner Tamid
Murray A Sh.,u pn sidi nt an
thai al r Ed-
: K u Temple
ias lei ed as cai
pie N the

Ml*. At. M. OSfnJHO0Sf _____
Youngsters Back
From Camp
For the first time In their lives,
25 youngsters from all secti' us of
: tj have enjoyed the ex.-
,, [two weeks at a sum-
mer c,
Rai in a. e from 8 tr 14,
nil g
,n the f> i a Ni
been
. s of the
i | ...
, were i iise I

the in-
-
the
'
p |n Fior
are avail-
,. mild
the
each y< ar will be
ed I '
to exist ling to
MiHi en, president of Pyth-
ian youth Camp. Inc
CANTO* 0WA*0 HM
congregation a rich background in
cantoria] and liturgical music.
After World War II. in which he
served as chaplain. Cantor Klein
entered the Cantorial Conserva-
tory Of America and Juillianl
School ol music, and was until re-
. affiliated with Temple Men
orah for 13 y
Shaw announced that Cantor
Klein begins his duties official).)
this Satiu daj rm .....id ill
... evi
: ;e< 90 i
'Still Small Voice' Program
Rabbi Solomon Schiff, of Beth
El Congregation, will be host on
the "Still Small Voice" program
over WCKT Ch 7 this Sunday at 10
a.m. Guests will be Rabbi Simon
April and Rabbi Richard Marco-
vitz in a discussion of "Beginning
Another School Year."
ATTENTION!
Jewish Home for the Aged
THRIFT SHOP
NEEDS YOUR DONATION
NOW!
"All Items Tax Deductible"
CALL 696-2101
New T Men's Club
The "Y zest" Men in the com-
munity are all heading for the
\ \l and WHA ol Greater Miami.
s\\ 8th St., '". Thiu la) evi
nine Sept 9, ~ 80 P m for an or-
zational meeting of a new "i
Club. In charge of Informa-
ln...... Al RnvCn and Ben H...
TSferel-h Jacob
Hebrew School
v., 8. ll bre
p in Cli t Ii eld Moi
. ll week
Sunday, Sepl 12, classes will be
held in the Su n d a > School from
. i to 11 a m.
Children may be registered for
Hebrew School and Sunday School
on Sum! iv from 9:30 to ll a.m., or
from 9 a m. to l p.m Monday
through Friday, at the Temple of-
fice.
the best
recipe
tor
fe^\ folks
^Mr/f new|y
I < ^l<. moved
to GREATER MIAMI
: isketl
i t the
ty,
a snd
: phona
i \\clcon;ciJ^gon
HI 8-4994
fRVVIN MARSHALL
Temple Menorah Sisterhood
Temple M e n o r a h Sisterhood
held card party in she Social
Hall : lay,
I i i Gotlieb was
Trui kl r was
ian.
wuccme Ntwconrast
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Pace 14-B
knlstrfrrldffon
Friday, Augurt
RABBI tltKIU LAHDAU
Rabbi Landau,
Of New York,
Passes Away
. 19.

leu Lan
If and
oi Miami:

the Westchester
children.
}ic was a frequent visitor to Mi-
Rabbi Landau was a scion of a
distinguished rabbinic dynasty.
He was one of the communal rab-
bis of Berlin, Germany, until
1939. Ho was ordained by the
Jewish Theological Seminary of
Berlin and was awarded the de-
gree of Doctor of Philosophy,
cum laude, from the University
of Prague, the city in which one
of his great-grandfathers was
Chief Rabbi.
ited
V k i and

Tal-
a bril-
. ivic
Burial lerviei re held on
Friday, n New York City,
Herb i'it .Judith Vi
Mcron. 0.; a son, Proi 1
I ipson, ol Ithaca, N.Y.; 1 bro-
Um rs Ibrai i SI irpe, oi Detroit,
Mich and Aharon Sh.
Israel; two sisters, Mrs Leah
Cooperman, of Los Angeles, Calif.,
and Mr- K.ichacl Kane. alao Of
Los Angeles.
She also leaves two brothers-in-
law, Simon and Jonah Lipson, of
Cleveland.
Services were Sunday. Aug 22.
at Temple Beth Sholom. with in
terment in Mt. Nebo Cemetery.
Riverside Memorial Chapel was in
charge of arrangements.
CORENBLUM
MAI It
pi, :*. ,.f SUM -*w
M.\i RIi"K ir!''. re, '' --"
llth Si w. Miami, >*--! T i
.\ui: .'4 He .' Miami
;..r ihr pa
tnarl x '
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Documentary Film
Will be Shown
Documentary Bun on Soviet
Russian discrimination against the
jews Price ol Silence." directed
bv Theodore Bike! and narrated
b'v Edward G. Robinson, will bo
shown by the Workmen's Circle of
Greater Miami branches at 8 p m..
Monday, at Miami Beach Federal
Savings and Loan Association. 755
Washington Ave
The Workmen's Circle is one of
the cooperating organizations of
the South Florida Conference on
Soviet Jewry here The national
organization is affiliated with the
American Conference on Soviet
Jewry.
Mr- Manuel Burstein. financial
secretao of South Florfda Zlonisl
council." will discuss the Jews In
Soviet Russia Mrs Burstein n p
tnts tl Miami Chapti f Ha
I
,il on Soviet Jewry.
\- 5S Rose !'..." a
i
Jewish i
ort on her tour I R -
mer.
ROSICHAN
Noted Hebraist,
Rebecca Lipson
Dies in Accident
Rebecca Lipson. 67. of 4001 In
dian Creek Dr., Miami Beach, died
in an auto accident in Thompson.
N Y on Wednesday. Aug. 18.
A resident of Miami Beach for
the past 15 \ear-. coming from
Cleveland. O she was a Hebrew
teacher at Temple Beth Sholom
fur many years and in charcc of
Hebrew education for Hadasaah oi
Miami Beach.
Mrs. Lipson was a life member
iiannah Benesch Group of Ha
ah. vice president ol s thi ast
on of Hada of
iion,
formerly nati the
Hebi Edueal
> ing Judai and dek
tadruth Ivrith
to the \'.
in Jerusalem.
For many years, she was a
teacher in the Hebrew Schools
of Cleveland. In addition, she
was one-time acting education
director of Temple on the
Heights of Cleveland and prin-
cipal of its Hebrew Department.
Mrs. Lipson wi loper of
the summer Hebrew program at
Orossinger's Hotel in New York,
in which she was engaged when
she dud
Survivors include her daugh-
ters. |fn Aaron Miriam i V.
of No. Hollywood. Calif., and .Mr-
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York l"lt> fi'*rdon l-''!!!.:.,! H.-ln-
Or Com Sisterhood
s ..| of Temple 0c Ohm
wiii "'I',1-
Thursday ex. "" :" *
Temple Pi planned
by Chairman Mrs Lawrence Wul-
kan Mr- Murray Boaenonrg u
president of Sisterhood, and Rabbi
Samuel April hi spiritual leader of
the congregation.
Insurance Co.
Is Expanding
Tobin and Rose Insurance Allen-
cv founded in 1916. '" move M
expanded quarters at 3915 Bi-
cayna Blvd.. Miami, an Aug. IM"a
change Its corporate name toTobui
and Tobin Insurance Agacy.
\nii.u.ncement of the ctll
waae-aneda by Jack Tobln, paesi
dent and Leonard Tobin, chairman
oi the M vear-old insurano
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LEGAL NOTICE
1. MM ULTZtR
Temple Judea
Names Director
Sisterhood of Temple Judea. 320
Palermo Ave Coral Gables, an
nounces the appointment of P>
Ix>gan as cotillion director this
forthcoming season.
in has conducted
cotillion chilis in Miami and Coral
Gables (Or the past it> years, spe-
rK.ii/:n_ in social dancing, train-
in- pre teens and t.. and
teaching adults she has also son
ducted teen classes at the He..
Soci< ty for the Deaf, Yi nth Hall
and the I
Mrs. 1 a ill conduct
for the 7th and 8th
The Tih > the
basic slips in teen and adult
ces, and the 8th graders wi
taught advanced steps in the -.
dai.<
The Cotillion Club will .
all boys and girls entering 7th and
8th grades this fall. No pre.
training is i Paul
Uet.bj.lcr is chairman of the pro
gram.
Moose Lodge
Elects ZeStzer
.1 I h at
I
or '.f the Miami
B< < h I. I
Zeltzer is one of the youngest
members to hold the office, and
he was also one Of thi charter
members of the lodge.
A resident of Dad* County for
13 years, Zeltier received a BA
decree ? Wayne State Univer-
sity end an LLB degree at the
University of Miami.
He is a member of the Florid.,
Bar and ihe Federal Bar and was
admitted to practice before the
United States Supreme Court.
Zeltier and his wife. Ilelene. pro-
fessionally known as singer Aileen
France-, live on Hibiscus Island.
Miami Beach.
BB Award Goes
To Commissioner
faOUUge Kin^' .lr u.1! receive the
Man of the Year Award on Sept 11
at the Cam. ge House in O
Beach Fla,
Km-.: i- a Bn Com-
ioner He is bail cited by
i.' B'n ii Bnth.
-. Tom
.
Commissioner K
LEGAL NOTICE

FOR CADE I DA
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NOTICE BY PUB cit",
N THEClFICl j
ELEVENTH jli; fJh,
FLORIDA IN AND FOB0
COUNTY IN CMANC6r5*
No. Sc 1307 RV
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Empire State Club
empire State Club of Florida
held a Ladies Night on Thurkday
at the Barcelona Hotel. L< I '.old
chairman, said that non-member
NewYark Mate Masons were also
invited to attend.
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA N PROBATE
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FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORID*
IN CHANCERY
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LEGAL NOTICfi
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LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE 5V PUBLICATION
'ME CiRCl. 'T COURT or THE
, I NTH JUO'C'AL CIRCUIT OF
f IDA IN *NO FOR DAOE
01 NTV N CHANCERY.
C SJ06
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IT r no O'VORCE
I KHHON
"Please, Dad, let me become Bar Mitrvah at
twenty one ... I want to study more."
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NdTH'E IS IIKKKHV GIVEN that
the underatgm- i.u-ir.. km andei ili.- flctitkMia iumiic ..i
TOBIAS AMI TOBIAS TAX ANI>
Mv.ii'NTINii SKRVI.Ks lit 10 N.E
Srd Avenge, MmiiiI. Florida Intend to
reglater xai.l mime mih the Clark ..i
the cii.-iNt Court of I aie County,
Florida
HIDNKY II. TOBIA8
MIRIAM TolllAS
., ii iTi.rnlil|.
H Mteft, 9 S-10
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOT1CH IS IIUNIUIIT OIVBN thin
the undersigned, 'leelrlng I" IIH In
bualn. fender the fWlRkiM nin
..f Parr Toms. Parr Toura, Ine Parr
llettei 'iv.nr-. Parr World Touraj
Parr lllolkil Toum; Parr, Inc.; Parr
Travel; Parr T.mr> itwl Travel Del*-
Ice; Kan Travel Toura; Parr Awa?
Toura; i".it- l'ar Toura: Pair H
Toura: Fair Tour* and Ti. kel
Vgency; Parr Curtain Teera; Parr
io.i-i Toura; Parr and Near Travel
.-[,.. Puj arid Near Toura; Tour*
f art n nd Neai Tra I I Pan Pan
Crulaea :iinl Toura Tra\el I
Travel Par a Ith I- an rravel Pai i
,ili i arr; Trai el Pan with Pain
Tow t; Parr Ti a*el v i-.> ai 121
Lincoln Koad aad Uii'l ColHna Ave-
nue, \il:iMH l:... h i 'i--' at In nd
t.. reftaater *ald nan uuii ihi Clerk
..f the Circuit Court of 11
Plori In.
UBR1I.K' ("i >Rl\
HIM i IN A PKIKI 'XI in
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nil aiii.-;> Bid
ATTENTION
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Pag. Page 2-B Jew!it fhrHton Friday. August 27 By EDYTHE SCHINDLER Looking Life Right in the Eye A day bj the life of Rhoda Levin* She runs the \arm water uao Ue tub for her bath. She chooses her clothe. inding it difficult as usual, to -elect the neht coiw sboe10 t X c ft her outfit. Preparing a iefc* breakfast, she ise> th* one: -urner electric hot plate Its three •ustuoft switch is easy to reguate. She makes it to her desk in he living room, and before eleven o'clock, fourteen telephone all* have been .crf><-fu!ry comjle'erl. She's busy soliciting funds :.>r causes Dynamic force Then sh. • jlone. to the *aut> parlor Then -he ^octo ier real estate otDee on Lincoln (1 She talkv..:h proswttive ..I>ITar.-: ar> arxi n'urns h-fn .han.es ciothes. and a tnend arives to accompan> her to 'Iinner t t: nebleau nappy, busy 'Ja;. A day •uuch l.ke an) other da) in thodl Levme's life, or in the I any laaa t u a a i • r ctabori•nan on <*ach MRS. RHODA LEVINE like any useful person Ferenci '. Levini New Dance Group Warmly Received Miss Syd Skolsky. diwtor of the Jewish < .ilturaI AnDepartment !(,. %  Y.M ami WHA %  >! Gfl Miami, has Himnlwl that the audi. nee warmly received the re armed Mazelite Daoae Group rs lir-t public appear• the Y> OtMg Shabbat on Saturdaj Aog 21. The girls first ix'came interest I ii Israeli folk daachu A hen 1 .i Schwartz, who ha> bean .. Vounj Ju laea leader and attended i amp T.'l Yehuda, offered t.. B nth Girls -i-ier%  ixilar daUMQI have since been meeting %  week Membei ol the -Toup ar. nl and life member Ol Hillel BBG, and a Ireshmar. %  omb i illege bar sisftar Debo n at Wax Miami. Barbara Freedmaji, f.-rm.-.! ..I Hillel BB(. and a ian> Park; Bllen MJrawilz, etarj ..t Hillel BBG at Miami High; '. ibairraan of Hillel BBG and a junior :.! Coral Park Joai n Martin• -'.dent seruoi at I I Rhaada I r. member ol Hillel and a I "•' • %  M High; Karl ara Y iiillel anil a jun. I I Park; Karen Parnesa tor "I Hillel and a jui %  1 Park: Ri i i Hdlel and %  • % %  • • Gabtai aad '• %  Ir enn< member of Hillel ani Mtami Hi :h True Sisters Endow Chairs I'nited rder ol 1 r I Sisl Miami ( hapter • <>I inmiature chairs and the Sibfhtgi Playroom al Children Hospital Playroota is u-.ed by the ers and listen f patients .'.hue Hwn are I %  r e %  uparviaad bj \ maaaban M i Joseph Ban I of Ti %  lent "is in • illars ivei I • i work "• \.. 'i imor t'limc." GREATEST VALUE EVER! POLYNESIAN RESTAURANT • COMPLETE DINNER • DANCING AUTHENTIC HAWAIIAN REVUE ALL 3 95 LEISURELY DINING FROM 5 P.M. P COMrilfl BAMQIMI MCii I r y trKfOWn — MIAMI %  i'j t*',7 • MOUlwOOD 92> 742! M HAUAMDAIt ON i — SISCAYNI BLVD SNOW I DAHCIHG f*OM 10 • 7 HI SOS A* SI Ml TRW Robin Hood ama FOR ESTlOilUSE 1 OfEN DAILY FOR LUNCH AND DINNER Mon T^ru Sit. 11 10 I m to 2 a.m. Sunday from 4 p m to 2 a COCKTAILS From Kc 4 to I Hot 41 Cold Hora O'otuvraa Reservations 371-2621 Bitcayne Blvd. at N.E. 36th Si. ton to helping those who need a booe Institute, part ,., .he medNNrl sehaol ol the I mverait* ol Miami has thi>ear : ed -ran the Fisht N Ihl l-ea'" v the moment. Mrs ajnea ..n'' evaryoae for donation^ utarr for -tie Eye lastituta piaaa to raise 115,000 "I c't remerrher a I ettii what th<" %pendii fort I Being Usefvl ., Llaatoer ir. I of this year's i haairI %  ..... the upper I insidered [ !.!<.• anls t.. b" Evenii from the 1 wncil for lh< Blii roop RflUnWi i er and • : any blind parson Man) great f.ire have been red tor I h e blind. aNo the 'Hi t a C3O"tOC0 Waldman jTfi CTLY KOS-I t A v I '-.; -"A: I ..;SM, ta isanflkKti NKH HOLY DAYS SPECIAL FREE Synajogue Servces on Premises Attractive Rates Early Reservations Suggested ALL THIS FREE Entertainment • Movies Private Beach • Pool TV in Every Room Counsellor Supervised Program tor Tots I Teens b-U -.' %  • I 3• Ca I MIAMI BEACH JE 8-5731 ON TNI OCEAN BJ gaM ST. MM RUCa KOSHER HOTEL MARSEILLES Canuaiir Air Cand.tMa4l Da.iy Per burton $ ^ DouDia Occup. aptfBsv 250F U6 aooMS Ta SEPT. 1 8 Include! MODIFIED AMERICAN PLAN fall breakfast in* deluii Siaatr FREE 21" TV IN EACH ROOM I lium fti an>aM \mi laact RESERVE NOW FOR HIGH HOLIDAYS CANTOR JOS WOLF OFriCIATlNG IN OUR SYNAGOGUE CALL: II 15711 Oceanfront at 17th St. lAtM MACN, IA i Judea School Curriculum Set For New Year Rahtoi Morris Kipper unnraw that the year's cumciilma. (,, Temple Ju-iea Hetireu Vtaj| u i BUde :THI eurrent magazine ar \ member of Temple Fmami btm completed. Nev texts fl 7j El. Ml* Levine alw pointed out jncHMlw1 ^^r the Ku-ta| ^ thj ., .he Miami Beach gjW |< ^ for the Blind, one ma> learn ^ Braille and art* and craftv ^ '-Objective vull he to .iMbte^il Bti>\ |>eople like m>-elf find h|M to r ^ a ^ 1ln time tor even thin". she said 'I was alavs a coad saleswoman, and I still am. I will help anyone, a n y ..ruani7ati"n regardless of race or creed fluidit V. to tj Talking fashion Then, like any other woman aha t^ked fasfciaa and the prat> the right • it lovelv Th< I • • .! erst and Hebrew pra>ers n ^ Pra>-er Book, translate i* Mrr 1 narrative portions m the B|k ;.nd to recoirnue their rrthjA,, concepts as set forth in the Rika ] Rabbi Kipper explain An ungraded school *sim,.l be mad, >'h a ohild class acconllne t 'li'lirew ScfJOol cla IdCtRtl .-n T'!fis bafbirhrri TS.% BI 01b6tanqi o Smorgasbord BANQUETS! RECEPTIONS! Accommodations for up to 300 guetti. fOK INfOtMATIOH PH0HI MU 1-9301 >Ar^^*^r^*%<^^a^*r^ rv '"0 "•bt: Rabtx Abraham J Sara OMMMOUU WfDDINGS BAR BtmVAHJ RICfPTIORJ ^ __L.



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lay. August 27. 1965 +Je*M fkwMiw Page 7-A igh Cost of Synagogue Affiliation By EDWARD COHEN Ihe nine of the High Holy Days ; ,„,.(. and the voice of the Jew l 1( ;ir( | m our synagogues — too En. it may seom. in anger or Impair lueau.se of the high cost [< urn-ship and education. Hewntly. Dr. Maurice N Ei* Lidrath, president of the Union |f \mencan Hebrew CongregaJOIW, reported to his Board of fnsBtets that "Our synagogues L,,v. become middle class iris'ifcuioiis." and charged that "There golden curtain drawn he A een rhe financially disadvant£gd tmi the synagogue un a they are prepared to face the i.lii;nitv of pleading poverty." That Ms is as true in Greater liami aany place else in the pjUon is obvious to anyone. Mm, jhether he is a professional ad unistrator or a membership Jiairman. la faced with the probfm ot inienieuini: prospective lesSjbera at this time of the year. High Standards For while it is a commonplace Lew i li life to bemoan the hiail percentage of Jeus affd|:.! wMi I synagogue, it is all k> obvious that many have not i so because thes either ,inunable to penetrate "the k • ain" or feared to make |j • because of pride I ither reaaom for nonbul thai tvprioed i) na Rogue is [lucnl am ietj. pa p l rest Rich or at. • KHESETH ISRAEL CONGREGATION the 3rd Year is opening doors of their Hebrew to the children of our lmunity TFREE OF TUITION ie your child the opportunof being better informed .s and good Americans at lo cost to you. Crises fully airconditiontd, italitd with competent traeheri Reftisrrerion: Sundoyj 9:30 to 12 Neon Weekdays 3 to 4:30 p.m. 1415 EUCLID AVENUE rViiomi Beach, Florida Telephone 538-2741 m !.,'.:• i I I '. fl< i! IM I..'.> Tlir files "| Greater Miami prrsotidlitiej A. adminutraioT of Temple Israel i>j Greater Muimi he bereifttfi t.vjmiutt a problem facing femthei u.i.i ilieir relationship to ike we of wucuUrr importance • %  \ the ei < of die tilth Holy Dc\ IMM i K< d.lr rs ere mi %  u.i 10 off* t their optiueiM. jxMir. the modern American Jew demands an excellence winch can oill) l>e met in terms ot money — building, rabbi, oaaiar, educator, teacher program — and will no! be -at; lied with less than some tKii ipproxim {the besl tad since evcrj American Jew is pi, sun d io be of middle class or belter, until pn otherwise his approach to thi i with .1 %  as %  : i e M. those • meet i lass s arc confronted with -i.i. Us in • "| their .lee ited At l< "us itt.i.it ihey report; be their anger, bonce their despair, is g u s t and disillusionment rhere i< no real way >t latew the extent o, lius NOOSOOd policy "t re j ec ti on by a great majority •inlocal sj n; in mumeases it iandaabtadl) true from tile ver\ u.itu.-e ul tile prebii-lil. Meeting the Budget Tinis not intended as criticism or .i|xiiox\. bul *s an attempt to air the problem and point toward a poosiasc s olu t i on which, .n itself, maj be no M>1IItion at all for m lions in G ami. it we grant that aufticiejil i |rj be i %  i<-\idod i" '"ii %  iii. T ,. modern American syna.i high standard the is not really hew BETH DAVID CONGREGATION NOW REGISTERING FOR RELIGIOUS SCHOOL %  \|.-:nl'•> % % %  iter Miami s Jew i • e oe o repa--• %  i .• ithin one to an Miami B e a •• h, or ;leighl -. bel live in encla\ >•, -can. i. I thi'"i fhoul the len and in radUi ei Hade i oont). in I lions Wen are for the moat t tconomtanily stracified Thus in in o • ot the tubui ba there is little hope for Qexibilit) mere is ti o mu< h unifa rmit) of Israel Warns Jordan Against Water Attacks Continued from Pee* m siime responsibilit) tor the raidi members of the new terrorist up, El Fatah, wbioh has h. quarters in Syria but is currei I) operating from Jordanian territory The Cabinet was told that preial). Ji rd.un.ii! auth ritiea i.ikeii moasures to curb I tivities but that it now that such measures had been si eaed. The Pn micr reported thai diplomatic • •'ii'iis v.i re '•' u made in we-!eni i .q>i a Is i CM c< MIL Lebanon reaumptton ot diversion (forts Ue s„itand find 1..: too many synj gogues ready to accommodai them I; there are 0 t h e r s wli would want reallv to he part o. a congregation and find only i $10 seat on the holidays availabl to them, A suggestion ol generi worth is thiThat ever) Je be treated aif he were affiliating with a S) agogue. and not as if he WeT seeking membership in the com tr\ club. Temple Sinai Plans Programs Temple Sinai Religious School Jewish Education. will open on Sept. 12. All classes will be held at John F. Kennedy Junior High School in North Miami Beach, lrom 9 a.m. to 1 p.m.. every Sunday. The staff, under the direction of Irving Jaoohaon, principal, and Rabbi Daniel M. Lowy. spiritual leader of the Temple and education director, will continue to maintain the standards that have merited the school with an A-l acdios. prodwoers ol "Flipper" ^n crethtation from the Bureau ol other television series. In addition. Rabbi Lowy and J. CObson are planning a Keli.uouSchool for adults on Sundays troj 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. aj the same li cation. Temporary offices ol the Ttinplare now situated at 1820 NE 'bit st No, Miami Beaoh The T< rnpi last week sold its facilities at 1210 > \K 15th Ave to the Ivan Torr Sti THf EDUCATIONAL DEPARTMENT OF TEMPLE EMANU-EL Dr. Irving Lthrman, ftofebi Samuel J. leibotviti, tducttionetl Di Announces ihe Opening of All Divisions of Its Religious School MONDAY, AUGUST 30 THE SOLOMON SCHECHTER DAY SCHOOL General Secular and Hebraic Studies NURSERY-KINDERGARTEN DEPARTMENT Half-Day Pre-School Bi-cultural Program WEDNESDAY THURSDAY, SEPT. 1 2 WEEKDAY AFTERNOON HEBREW SCHOOL Main Building 1701 Washington Avenue Tuesday, Thursday, Sunday North Branch, 77th St. & Dickens Ave. Monday, Wednesday, Sunday SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 12 SUNDAY & CONFIRMATION DEPARTMENTS Main Building 9 A.M. 10:30 A.M. North Branch 11 AM. 1?.30 P.M. ALL DEPARTMENTS CLOSED LABOR DAY WEEKEND September 5 & 6 FOR FURTHER INFORMATION CALL TEMPLE EMANU-EL SCHOOL OFFICE Main Branch at Washington Avenue: JE 1-9745 North Branch Building UN 5-0216 Jainel Art Gallery Jafnel Art ('.alien has opened it ,">30 Uncoln Mall. Patio I, Mrs Samuel A. Jafnel is gallery direct or. The gallery taataros aataji na l oil painting.by the late S A. Jafnel. One of his works. Four free doms," is on permanent exhibition in Israel. TEMPLE MENORAH Miami Beach, Fla. REGISTERING NOW 7" NURSERY PRE KINDERGARTEN AGES 3 to 5 Years LICENSED STAFF HfBMW PROCRAM ARTS 4 CRAFTS DRAMATICS SIMPLE NE8RIW CONVERSATION S0N6S AND DANCES OBSERVANCE OF HOLIDAYS SECULAR PROGRAM A Reco^niird Reading ReesiMSS Preeram INDIVIDUAL ATTENTION For Further Information Phone UN 6-2156



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3y August 27. 1965 Jmlsti IhrMinr Page 13-B Jfyar p< iIn :.%  ng. i playing thi Pi %  I %  ,-• Waldn ; U Leonard Lfbmjn m of Mr %  i • K I %  • • J< n Kenned) %  yea i > th Roa 'I R e .i m in N or t h M LMitzvah reception and din|l! he held Saturday < vening Valencia Room ol the Se_btel Relative! from Detroit. %  knee and Cincinnati will be i to participate in the colebra—tnarn the OA % %  : the Bar Mitzvah Parents Ihost the Kiddush foUowing th Ice Ba % %  Mtttvah of Ronald Marnier wiB take place Saturday morning, Aug. :• at Temple Sinai in Wash W on Federal Auditorium. t>W NE l7th M |Bonalle Religious School In June, h.:been a student there for yeail and S member of the :>r Choir ill i-nter eighth grade at B h. Keni.edy Junior lligli. Union President To be Honored The hotel industry will honor Herbert "Pinhy" Schiffman. president of the Hotel Kmployees Union, for his coiiinuuuu service and support of Variety Children's Hospital. Members of Miami Beach Local Union 255 AFL-C10 h a v e anneed that i testimonial dunch v> ill be held on Nov. 8 at the f the eve nt an n ft'inn, %  nt of and l City ol Miami Asti oi She i ids. has for manj .. led the community ai 1 program for our hospital amon the hundreds of employees In the hotel industry," said P. William Burke, Variety Hospital president. We are proud of his dedicated service to this cause and for the example he has set in the industry" Mrs. M. H Rosenhouse has heen elected president of the Hebrew Academy Women. She steps up to the post from her position as vice president. Other officers elected include Mcsdames Ix'onard Rosen, chairman of the hoard; David S. Andron. Sidney Rubinowitz and Joseph E. Rackovsky, honorary life idents: Samuel Reinhard. honorary life vice president; and Joseph E Rackivsky, honorary life treasurer Mesdames Leonard Adler. Julius Rosenstcin. Samuel Rosner, S. Louis Schwartz. Charles Simon and Jerry Sussman, vice presidents; George Kimniel. treasurer; Al Osheroff, financial secretary; Jacob D Katz. recording seen 1 tary; Samuel Shapiro, social sec retary. Mesdames Sue Hermnn. chair man, corresponding secretary; Carl Brandes, co-chairman, cures ponding secretary; Morns Dubler, telephone secretary; Zvi Berger, registrar; and Hairy Kaplan, parliamentarian. Mrs Rosenhouse succeeds Mrs. Leonard Rosen, who served as president for tWO >ears. Mis Rosenhouse, a past presi di i • "i the Academj 's PTA has with the Hebrew v. 'iien lor the past ti n During this time, she ha %  ry phase ol thi 5 an .. ". the B ur: other II Mrs Rost nhousi h is I een a u a ni Beach s. I the • n Voters, a i • iorth Shore I nit <>t i ancer Corps, a member ol Ns tional Council of Jewish Women, a member of Temple Emanu El youth Commission and a member of Hadassah and Mizrachi Organ ization ol America. Members Of the Board of Directors are: all edaaru A Aaron, Han > AltBeth Am Names New Principal Erwin Marshall has been appointed principal of the Religious School of Temple Beth Am, while Mrs Harry Ross is on Sabbatical leave. Mrs. Ross wlD be completing courses for her Masters degree and rejoin the staff as principal in February. 1966. Marshall is presently principal of Fan-lawn Elementary' School, and baa been curriculum assistant at Beth Am for the past three years He is a graduate of the I'ni versity of Miami School of Education and receive.I his Master's degree in administration. T( mple Beth Am has a Religious School of 1,000 children which meets on Saturday and Sunda) mornings, kindergarten thi ii th grade confirmation class qualilied %  >">' %  cert : through the Bureau "f Jewish on. s. hul. r, Mori;Bflrfc. i U rnard I I Bdna Bear, Ja< h Beraer, Anne wits, Arthur .\ Bencman, Mu t., \ Berfcowlta, Bu* Berkow-lla Bart • Meier, Jeronu Blenenfeld. Morrl l-.i. ii.-nf. 1.1. B I Binder. Adolf Blank, r*harlei Bogln, Raul ll ii-..:,. Ruth Bu*h*baum, l^ouii A Bunlm, Jonah ES Caplan, Jack Clment, Loulv .'iin. -in. Albert Cohen, Joaeph Cohen, I., wi I'ohen, Max Cohen, Sarah < z.. ll. .1.1, k I • %  Meedamee Mildred Dearr, Milton %  in • li. Herman EIHI nbera, Mai Bnslander, Sam Parber, l*ldfH*< I rled•iian. Charle Km. Minnn. .la.k il.r%  on. n.in\ rsewlta, li-ti\ |, Glnattw. Maurlci rioldrttift, William rioldateln, (Sreenbers, I leni ^ • ii otidan, Abe Hnffenbera, Joseph Hoffman, Ityman Kolko, Benjamin Kornrelch. Kiin, ii. Lubovlta, Solomon ljmf. :. Morton Ueberman, Marvin Lloman, kU>** LobeJ, Norman 1-yon.-, Ml. ha. I Mabel, Abraham Maaon, Al< Kandei \|.'sk..\ ./.. Henry Penehanak) Mi Miami Sj R< i Harold R< Ii hard, Leo Reinhard, Maurice I:. / i;iiaRos, h. liarl Rosen II..' s Roaenbera. Murraj Roernberr, Rachel Sakowltx, Hair; Samuels, l>ora el Sol Sandier, Irving Si del, (Jabrlel Shantils, Abraham Snaplro, Joaeph l. Sharpi Ma Sll.. h, i %  -. Ed Snxler, Nathan !•* s, 1stSpoiler, Abrah mi Stelnbi it. I-iyel Hel, lil. ii. M< Hi III W I'hlllp Weiss, S>h la /. I-'.. (I '/I-., %  Installation will take place al the Academj Women s first meet in.. Sepl si Cantor Klein At Ner Tamid Murray A Sh.,u pn sidi nt an thai al r Ed: K %  u Temple ias lei %  ed as cai pie N the %  Ml*. At. M. OSfnJHO0Sf Youngsters Back From Camp For the first time In their lives, 25 youngsters from all secti' us of : tj have enjoyed the ex.,, [two weeks at a summer c, Rai in a. e from 8 tr 14, nil g ,n the f> i a Ni been s of the i | ... %  were i iise I • the inthe %  %  p | n Fior are avail,. mild %  the each y< ar will be ed I to exist ling to MiHi en, president of Pythian youth Camp. Inc CANTO* £0WA*0 HM congregation a rich background in cantoria] and liturgical music. After World War II. in which he served as chaplain. Cantor Klein entered the Cantorial Conservatory Of America and Juillianl School ol music, and was until re%  affiliated with Temple Men orah for 13 y Shaw announced that Cantor Klein begins his duties official).) this Satiu daj rm id ill ... evi : • ;e< 90 i 'Still Small Voice' Program Rabbi Solomon Schiff, of Beth El Congregation, will be host on the "Still Small Voice" program over WCKT Ch 7 this Sunday at 10 a.m. Guests will be Rabbi Simon April and Rabbi Richard Marcovitz in a discussion of "Beginning Another School Year." ATTENTION! Jewish Home for the Aged THRIFT SHOP NEEDS YOUR DONATION NOW! "All Items Tax Deductible" CALL 696-2101 New T Men's Club The "Y zest" Men in the community are all heading for the \ \l and WHA ol Greater Miami. %  s\\ 8th St., '". Thiu la) evi nine Sept 9, ~ 80 P m for an orzational meeting of a new "i Club. In charge of Informaln Al RnvCn and Ben H... TSferel-h Jacob Hebrew School v., 8. ll bre p in Cli t Ii eld Moi ll week Sunday, Sepl 12, classes will be held in the Su n d a > School from i to 11 a m. Children may be registered for Hebrew School and Sunday School on Sum! iv from 9:30 to ll a.m., or from 9 a m. to l p.m Monday through Friday, at the Temple office. the best recipe tor fe^\ folks ^Mr/f new| y I < ^l<. • moved to GREATER MIAMI : isketl i •• t the ty, a snd %  : phona i \\clcon;ciJ^gon HI 8-4994 fRVVIN MARSHALL Temple Menorah Sisterhood Temple M e n o r a h Sisterhood held %  card party in she Social Hall : lay, I %  i i Gotlieb was Trui kl r was ian. WUCCME Ntwconrast I'M tbn coupon lo UI ut know yur Ni^t i Ac. -ttt C.ty Please ticvc th Welcome Wagon Hostess ca'l on me. I would like to subscribe to The Ji wish Meridian. Fill out coupon and mail to Ci'culntion Dent., M.P 0. fox 2973, Miami, Fla.



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r .V 0 IA %  21 v h li P r< \ h u i J. BJ U t( J> s 4 n (I li J. Page 12-B frnia Flrrrtiyr Friday, AuguM Hebrew Academy Enrollment Reaching] Record High With 450 Students isted %  I %  Left to riqht are Mr. and Mrs. David Ponve cing their purchase anS Sidney D Ansm. chairman of the Popick building at the Hebrew UmversUy Miami Humanities Building Dinner, announof study Unive n "to honorees, Mr. and Mrs. Jack S. Popick. on li nent Rabbi Alexander S. Gross, prim cipai of the fUaelemy.hasr* Ported .hat this year the school Ell open parallel d.M **• firs, through ninth grades to fetfill fhe educational needs ot the Beth Am Board Elects Cutler .,• witl -,nd t 0 11 e m, load wh outstanding school." 12940 sv. I Rifkins Host Breakfast Here to Boost Ruth and Jack Popick Humanities Bldg. Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Rifkin were hosts Sunda> morning to the first Steering Committee gathering on behalf of the Ruth and Jack Popick Miami Humanities Building. Sidney U. Ansin. chairman of the Oct. 23 Popick Miami Building Dinner, presided at the informal brunch meeting. According to Kifkin. chairman of the Steering Committee, Miami's own buildmg "ill be the i.'urd larg eel structure after Cbarcowsk) Square at the verj entranceway to the new campus ol the Hebrew University in Jerusalem. Ccntor Goodman At Sky Lake Rabbi Jonah E Capl in of the newly-formed has nnouni e I the app lintment >f Lei Go idman ii inter er \ product of H i Hadati nt in itstroi t served Ji isfi youth neatly all "i his adult He i as held everj not | • sion position ol leadership In Scon ing, including that ol troop chaplain. He has been a pi al leader ol Younj and as aslant athletic director of the YMllA. For many years, while en' ,n business, he taught an conducted services on J volunteer basis Rabbi Caplan described his close friend and associate "as an active, enthusiastic and tireless worker, whose drive and dedication are a source of inspiration to all who come in contact with him." Born in Boston, where mast of hi-, family still live, he attended the Talmudical Academy and Teachers Institute <>f Yeabiva University. While at Hunter College. he served on many Student faculty committees, won a major varsit) letter for soccer and participated in tiie officer training program of the tinted states Marine Corps. Cantor Goodman recently retuiTK-d from an Intensive course in modern educational methods for synagogue schools t\ the Jewish Tiieiilogu.il Seminary in New York Cantor Goodman is married to Caj < inc. go T hej ha ighl Cindy and hi.. e. who attend the Hebi %  ban sky Lake Synj itI ligh Hoiidaj fied Hall in i 1 will .'"> I fully equipped classrooms ol l he Nor11 Following the lead of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Charcowsky, who have purchased one of the larger rooms in the Miami building, and and Mr. and Mrs. Stuart Simon, who have purchased the Director's Office in memory of Mr. Michael Wix, Sidney D. Ansin and Mr. and Mrs. David Ponve announced the purchase of study rooms. Kifkin. who is now a founder of the Hebrew University, announced that in honor ot the Popicks, he -.-iil name Mrs Rifkin a separate founder by increasing his uift to the Hebrew University to s> other DM mbers ol the committee lent included Mr, a n d Mrs Herbert s Shan i i f< rmer president of the Greater Miami Chapter ol the American Friends "i the Hesity, ,,ii(i chairman ii .'Be i %  %  Samuel Simonhoff, regional president : the Wom i Dh isi in Louis B. Kudnick, founder of the new campus; MrLouis Glasser chairman n s Wise Ch..::. Mrs. • ; •iic Family Endowment Plan; ... yshie FriedMi Jo :'ii Shawmut, Mrs Sidne) Bo | u ol Short Hills, \.i ,\ Bud I Cutler. 73rd \Mh been elected as member of the Board ol Directors ,.i Temple Beth Am It ., recant meeting ol the Beth \,„ Brotherhood, Ben Clem, prea dent reported that Norman Weui erer has been elected corresponding secretan ami Stephen Carnsr, treasurer The Brotherhood will sponsor a breakfast in the Temple Y ou in Lounge on Sundaj morning, Sept 12, 10 a m when I->rr% King, ra \n nth and • i l • he % %  : tor %  • l he Mesivl will sccommod iti bo) durin | i Hel ior High Sell i %  ; i • • — Mai I \ special Hebrew ,m the Inn ; n ior High level t'>r a had no pre* i %  • ing %  ill be i ontin u consecuth a > eai P : ,1 i elerated Hebrew ... ^M gram la to Integrate I %  % %  •• Aloof [danto form i post Mitzvah group Aloof was born in Israel, where h attended the Yeshiva. He also studied at the Talmudic Acjuemy ir Baltimore, Md. SHALOM fVER Rabbi's Son Off to Israel For More Studies Shalom N h i Ever feti %  V • \ lath l-' lute He ithe youi i %  and .ii; I -•'•" Rabl l %  %  ol Agudath l-i ..'i Hosting I lion will be the -> Si terhood of the i Ever, M h o gra hiated last June at the s mud ical Academy ol Baltimore, Md with highest scholastic standii has been accepted on a scholarship by the Hebron Yeshiva Kneset Israel m Jerusalem known throu out the world as the Slobodker Ye ahiva, where he will continue his theological studies. The Aliyah Department of the Religious Division of the Jewish Agency-American Section made the arrangements i>>r Ever's flight to Israel on Monday, Sept 6. To express his gratitude. Ever will address worshsppan of the synagogua Saturday morning on The Two Sides ot Life No. Shore BB To See Film North Shore. Miami Beach Lodge >t B'nei B nth will hold ns next dar meeting on Mondaj event Washington Federal Audi torium. 11:-:;t Normand) l>r The meeting will feature a motion picture entitled 'I he Prii n an I A r j Beth Torah Opens Registration Here Sundaj inaugurati I He Hi gh Si %  il : %  < %  chairman : : for tl Classes for teen-ager* will include comparative religion. Yid• Biblical history, internship he Sunday School, methodolo.-. for Sunday School teaching, and n honors class conducted by Rabbi M..x A. Lipschiti %  II .. : %  •v nsed The program stresses hout its entire ,chosen b) the \. \ tion of Nurser) Sch ols to evaluate one >f the new teaching machines, the Learn-aTron in addition, the Pre School provides a rich Jewish content ram The Sundaj School curriculum idesigned lor studentInmi ages ."> to H. ami includes Bible, customs, prayer, and the oral aural lingual method of learning Hebrew in the Hebrew Through Fun" Program. The Hebrew Bchool Department includea five-year basic program, with grduation into the Hebrew High School under the auspices ot tinBureau of Jewish Education In lition, the confirmation course ol study culminate, m confirmation exercises held in the ninth ie. leading into the High School program A full program of extra-curricular activities includes student and Alef Congregation, junior ard senior choirs, Torah reading and Cantorial Club, Audio Visual Squad, Patrol Council and Keren Ami. ehiiil requesting school habeen •The -ii 1 > i %  : ltd %  i the Hebrew \ %  willingness ai tbi j said li %  %  men %  eat, ii irrj 11 r>| the i n iirted thai p .t.i accomnxi section "i H i lywood Rcbbi April \ At Israelite C'ti nlei %  • % %  a p| :i ter H %  the %  •i tbi pi Accoiding to Pi Apul brings with %  < %  amojnt of expei iece tr K. catoi, and hi, skill *i ido ", tlie knowledge of Obi pupils. \ \ h i rn to noon Finkenberg Cited At Luncheon Here The National sSSOl men's aikl ChildrenSalesmen presente-1 a g* 16 Fink. t illeon ., rYids i' 13 Th mart birtl hiHNKfNtflC | %  women s reads to weai Fink i n ember "f the South I will servi ot the pi I spirit chairman, lrvmc He was in New \ hen A F youth i tivlYouth. ^ 1 Making the presentation ** some 35 ot the leading apparel buyers ri store o^ throughout the area *" j Roth, past national pro.den the ot janiiation. described I i %  i i %  S %  in wmiNR lIHAtL. •?_H_!2L. 1 • &f



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-;day. August 27 1 J965_ •knlstfhrHInn Page 3-A 10,000 Greek Americans Meet in Athens; Plant Trees in Israel's JFK Peace Forest Ben / Al Israel A • acL • %  • ( v. jt Ahepa, at a cc: i lapldin Assigned to South Viet Ham f HI Serve Marines cf Jewish Faith By Special Report \ YORK Clwpl lin 1' Reiner, i SNR, has t i the 3rd Marine ition in Soul el Nam, where to • %  growing : Marine personnel ->i the ^h faith, according to or I i | by ilio Commission on l. ,'i i li.ipl.inu \ of the National i Welfare Board ia4ain Reiner, who had been i .,• n.'.i is ao* I p,'ci.il training al the Mi raining Behaal •*' Camp Pent alii prior to hit d.-p.it L.r South Viet Nam He will I the Fleet Marine lariix Mai \a n the DanI -. ma %  'erf a rabbi bv the HeUnion Collcae-Jewiih InAVmOII'ID OtAl ititute of Religion in June, 19&4, Chaplain Reiner was recruited and ecclesiastically endorsed for militaiy service by JWB's Commission on Jewish Chaplaincy. He attended Navy Chaplains School in Newport, R.I., prior to his assignment with the 5th Naval District. Chaplain Reiner received his BA degree from the University oi Washington in ii5: !)< %  was in the i 9 Arm) Reserve from 1857 t 1981. The Commission on Jewish Chap;. Incj recruits, ect teiasticall> irse.-i and lerves Jewish chaplains In all bi i militao Ice and %  '< %  Veterans Admin • .ui ,'u B is thi enc) auIhe i S Depart i gious, innel and thi %  de so. it %  it ion ol Y.M I f £MjTH *~ OvelttV HEARING AIDS $75 to $3S 'Alll M I WOt STANLEY GOULD 1218 lINCWh BOftf. > > %  Hanna Senesch Hadasiah %  \\ i.i Kurl • i sideni ol Hanna Sent s< h Group ol Hi -. h announces the first meeting ol the year on Monday noon, Anf JO. m the Algiers Hotel. By Special Report Some lo.ooo members of Ahepa. the largest Greek Vnverican fraternal organisation, al their convention in Athens last week, resolved to plant trees in the John F. Kennedy Peace Forest in Israel in tribute to the memory of the late President John F Kennedy, and as a mark of esteem for the State of Israel. The John F Kennedy Peace Forest, in the JUdean Hills outside Jerusalem, is being planted by Americana of all faiths, through the Jewish National Fund of America. The delegation of Greek Amer. icans had been flown to Athens by El Al Israel Airlines. Gen. E. Ben Arii, president of El Al, who flew to Alhcns for the occan, thanked the Ahepans "for I the your'g nation and the fallen leader." A lofty i erected • Jl li i next year, the • %  hich the '. • the world—Jews and non-Jem will come to honor the Sky Lake Has Oneg Shabbat Sky Lake Synagogue will hold its first late Frida; evening Oneg Shabbat Service this Friday, 8:15 p m m Unified Hall, 23" I W. I st North Miami B ;a< h, Daniel P. Tunick, pros i lenl of th t ga eed .Ian, spiritual i %  %  %  %  Ra j Lake Synagogui %  tun : the Ones Shabbat ser\ ice w ill be on a n d an•war period, R %  b b i Cnplan explained. Of a revered champion of peace and democracy. Max Drearier, president of the Jewish National Fund, in a statement issued this week, thanked "this outstanding Greek American organization for their noble gesture of friendship to the State of I>rael and to the Jewish people." and expressed the hope this act would set an example for other ethnic groups to follow. He declared that the Fund is planning a pilgrimage for the dedication of the Kennedy Monument on July 4, 1966, with the expected participation of rhous ands of Americans. The monument will he dedical in the presence of high-ranking officials ol the Governments of thUnited States and Israel, togethe with outstanding American civi ond communal leaders. 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Pa Page 12-A +Jei William W. Lipson. %  -Ma) In chapel I PA* #*turda) ifc a.m. Sermon. "The OTeateat Problem • •' American History." BETH EL. 500 SW 17th Ave. Orthodox. Rabbi Solomon Schiff. PrMaj : %  •< p.m Saturda) :M a.m Sermon: • Kiui — Month ol Presjara•Jon." BETH ISRAEL. 711 40th St. Orthodox. Rabbi Berel Wein. Friiiav | p in Baturdaj I a.m. Bei mon: "Seelns la Believing-" Dnll} %  ervloi~ouaslon H:i5 p.m.: "SMI Sons." BETH MOSHE CONGREGATION 13630 W. Dixie Hwy. Conservative. Rabbi Richard Marcovitz. Cantor Seymour Hinkes. • BETH RAPHAEL. 1545 Jefferson AveModern Traditional. Rabbi Zevi I. Greenwald. Cantor S.iui H Breeh. — • BETH TFILAH. 935 Euclid Ave. Orthodox. Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovsky. BETH TORAH. 164th St. and NE 11th Ave. Conservative. Rabbi Max Lip schitz. Cantor Jacob Renzer. i lay I and S:1S p.m. Baa Mltsvah Heleni I iiuthter %  •( Mi Raymond Bookman Saturda; I' Bai Mltss %  •' %  Jeffrej. %  in of Mr urn! Mr* Irving Bern 1 •• ii ol Mi id Mrs David Devi augt Leonard, son --f Mr. and Mn Lebm i Snnford B'NAI RAPHAEL 1401 NW 183rd St. Conservative. Rabbi Harold Richter. Cantor Jack Lerner. a CUBAN HEBREW CIRCLE OF MIAMI. 1242 Washington Ave. Orthodox. R.ibbi Dov Rozencweig. • FLAGLER %  GRANADA. 50 NW 51st PI. Conservative. Rabbi Dvid Rosenfeld. Cantor George Goldberg. • FT. LAUDERDALE EMANUEL. 1801 S. Andrews Ave. Reform Ribbi Richard M. Leviton. Cantor Jerome Klement. a HEBREW ACADEMY. 2400 Pinetree Dr. Orthodox. Rabbi Alexander S. Gross. • HOLLYWOOD TEMPLE SINAI. 1201 Johnson St. Conservative. Rabbi David Shapiro. Cantor Yehudah Heilbraun. a HOMESTEAD JEWISH CENTER. 8th St. Ho.nestead. Conservative. Cantor Pincus Aloof. a ISRAELITE CENTER. 3175 SW 25th St. Conservative. Cantor Louis Cohen. JACOB C. COHEN COMMUNITY SYNAGOGUE. 1532 Washington Ave. Orthodox. Rabbi Tibor H. Stern. Prlda) 6:So p.m Saturdaj • 10 a.m Sermon: "The Sound %  •: Etui." Adull education < lass lu : %  m KNESETH ISRAEL 1415 Euclid Ave. Orthodox. Rabbi David Lehrfield. Cantor Abraham Seif. I t da "i s .: !• da v DaJlj %  •! \ i ea m i nd ;• m • LUBAVITCHER M.NYAN. 800 Washington Ave. Orthodox. Rabbi Abraham Korf. Cantor Ernest Field. FYidaj 6 SO p.m Saturdaj • •• m a MIAMI BEACH ETZ CHAIM. 1544 Washington Ave. Orthodox. Rabb' Abraham Strassteld. a MINYONAIRES CONGREGATION 3737 Bird Rd Modern Traditional. OHEV SHALOM. *911 Normandy Dr. Orthodox. Habb, Phmeas Weberm in. SEPHARDIC JEWISH CENTER 645 Collins Ave. Rev Cantor Sadi Nanmill. tK y LAKE SYNAGOGUE. 1120 Mi5 am, Garden. Dr. Orthodox. Rabb, Jonah E. Caplan. Cantor Lou.s Goodman. TEMPLE ADATH'YESHURUN. Conservative. 1025 NE 183rd St Miami Gardens Rd. Rabbi Samuel R. Stone Cantor Maurice Neu. TEMPLE BETH AM. 5950 S. Kendall Dr.. So. Miami. Reform. Rabbi Herbert Baumgard. pvtdai :S0 p m Rabbi RaunurarH to ratorn to la* pulpU Atom vacal on -it irdaj 11 i '•"" M, i*y", n ; Randy, son ..f Mr. and Mrs Daniel Pi i.-.l TEMPLE BETH EL OF HOLLYWOOD. 1351 S. 14th Ave Reform. Rabbi Samuel Jaffe. TEMPLE BETH SHIRAH. 7500 SW 120th St. Reconstruction^. Rabbi Morris Skop. Pi ,I ,i \ i". p MI Ouesl Cantor Em in uel Mandel t" chant the lltunn urdas I0:S0 a.m Bar Mltsvah Pmn* %  on of Mr and Mi Oi rhard Mnsol k..>ki and Stephi n. son : M Mrs Samuel Juryeta, cousins e TEMPLE BETH SHOLEM of Hollywood. 1725 Monroe St. Conservative. Rabbi Morton Malavsky. Cantor Ernest Sterner. -— a TEMPLE BETH SHOLOM 4144 Chase Ave. Liberal. Rabbi Leon Kronish. Cantor David Conviser. Pi day 1:18 p.m. Summer Assistant p, b H< bi rl -i Will • • h on %  FI e-well Baturdaj 10 IS SYNOPSIS OF THE TORAH PORTION OF THE WEEK RE t H a% tribe* eaeh. atop Mount Ebal and Mount Get with the Art in the valley between •Thou shsll set the upon Mount Gerlnrr. £%£ upon Mounl K.ba. iDa*. ILM RF FH -Behold. I ** before yotl this day a We* h „ htassinfl it vtshall hearken unto the comma 3 CU rS, 'f t U nI m.r God which I eommand you thll da, .nd radio enter Canaan. s,x tnbos are to stand UBOT.Mount r L ,ui Man til those who uill keep Cods command.,, 2JS ,nhV sire* stand 00 Mount Kbal and curse a„ V u ..in .iisnbev God's commandments Wh '\; n" e to be offered on.v U. the pbe. that C Choos He who Wlshe. to offer I ,",-at sacrifice which I, %  ma, ea" and lives too tar from the proper place of Otftl^ nu, slLhter he Offering in his own house, but it will Dot be cu„ f ^Slh0 n,c,.e others to WoUtrOU. acts anto be ex.., minted The portion goes on to state the n.les def.nin R purit, minatioiw i animals fish and fowl — the basic SfJEE 5w : I Po"it, .onta.ns the rules regardu ,?, V n o r,,,oratona. a pr.h,b.„on on tnterest and regubtions r ;. K anin ** Hebr,-, -lave, the f.rat tx.rn of antma.s. and the three pilgrim festivals This racountin.f *• W.^ly ***** *• Jj "• g &f r.c..d sod b.sad opoo "Th. Gr.ph.c Mrttey J*** + u.nt.o. edited by P. Wollman-Tssmir, *15 Publisher is ggg .2 rh. In,, i, av..UbU a. 17 Wi.U.m St. N.w York S N.Y. Pr.tid.nt of th. too.ty di.tr.bvt.n, tha w.lu*. is Joseph Schlang. THE RABBI SPEAKS FROM HIS PULPIT tabbi loins lebr TEMPLE B'NAI SHOLOM 16800 NW 22nd Ave. Conservative Rabbi S M Machtei. Cantor Abraham Reiseman. Friil d i %  Is \ -. %  %  : !..>..! t.. % %  • %  • — TEMPLE BETH TOV 4M SW 8(h St. Conservative. R.ibbi Ralph Z. Glmrnan. e TEMPLE EMANU-EL. 1701 Washington Ave. Conservative. Rabbi Irving Lehrman. Cantor Zvi Adler ;> 111 S:ll urHa} -i %  Month % %  ( I i Observing the Torah Assures Our Survival By RABBI BEREL WEIN Beth lira.I Congregation I • • exclusion of Torah ..re no\ having belated lee tboughu The emerging Sahra la not the J>Thproblem of Jewish survival ... v would have liked to see as is beginning to be taken seriouslj product ol the Holy l^and. even by those who once wow unT(u|iv t 1( :: .^ i: ,. ; i. worried or uninurfiversal problem and further Hebrew Lesson U40) ^^ — **"? ^*^^ ** 4 I ass sf I i I "i fesV l_ I T T V l|| • T : T T T DV2 rns or? "S Dnsoa -n*2 I::D ain :*-*3'i's^n r T I T %  lax "2i n"?ya %  ?* rin T It: r ; I tr 3-1 -iir.3 !C2r-;n n^a T .. 1.... y~i7\ mo T;: htoD -i~~ ,im %  ...... .. T fin ^x :rwx vo^q .3 .tolipa^ VT19* iy -inn nx &f a—un nViTa m a'^iD" I'KT AT'JS DD-J": irxirr 1 ? D":T3 T r ; r cyTt crxr ny^a .nra *TI • ; f •• T T T maata nx -inoa fa-Brla r*:3V|.: ]"xr; aea ,C:D I? ]*xr TS p 'sg'pa 3"?'2-•; %  <' .-wiani va fKtf ny^a fis ."1^7 rrh~: VTD D"ynnrx' c*:a on"? cc'-r^ jaa --;-: ^s |3^?y K-Z-VIZ i:r-x p'l??* .p"S. TV %  t • ; Thr.. Complaints Rabbi l.-vi Isaac of Berditehev loved every man ol Israel. It i> related that once on Vmii Kippur t h e rabbi called the Court on High to t;,~k (literally: ..•a against") And thus •vi Isaac of Berditchev ii King of Justice. As a Rabbi, 1 have three complaints againsl tin workings of Y o u r High Court 1. How can the Court on High issue a verdict against us not in our presence? 2. Our sagea said: Judge not your friend till you find yourself in his position. Then how tan the dwellers on High who live in the heavens issue a judgement upon us, the dwellers below, when they do not know our situation" 3. It is written: "One may not seat in the Sanhedrin he who has no children, because he has no compassion in him" How then can the angels above sit in judgement, when they have no children and have no know, edge at all of the suffering of bringing up children? Therefore I ask You as a Righteous Judge to acquit us in our judgement and inscribe IH in the book of merits (Published by Brit Ivrit Olomit) Kinneret Unit Launches Season Kinneret Chapter of Mlsrschj Women \wii Inaugurate the nan season of at tit itiaa with it> annual Ixut ride OH Sunday from 1, poshing off at Pier .'1 Of) 'he Sever, Se,l~ I r.l-e MrDonald Schrager, chairman "I the event, is SSSiSted by Nil-I! I .1 Karpell and Mesdames Issie Kam. Solomon Schiff and Harold Zelkowitz Mrs Theodore Sakowita is president of Kinneret Chapter TEMPLE ISRAEL OF GREATER MIAMI. 137 NE 19th St Reform. Rabbi Joseph R Narot r'rlila* VI p m I %  • %  %  %  ti sh lieve, a local w H American one It :. -. W 1 terested in the .natter and its sol u t i 0 n. The problem is not, aare are some times led to be American one it : 1a., InternationTEMPLE JUDEA. 320 Palermo Av. Liberal %  Reform. R.ibbi Moms Kipprr e TEMPLE MENORAM. 620 75th St Conservative. R.-.bbi Mayer Abiamowitz. al one i Kir hi' 1 '' %  ren in the So* let L'nion are on the verge ol extincnot so much bet i ise of t h e .",.1 stud minaPi i turn RABBI WlIN re, not one ol quantitative de struction but rather of qualitative* on rhe answer to the p nt, difficult test nd <\~' live l. a the answer offe\ bj Most Eira \k a, Sa i Vfsimonides, C iro at of Jewss %  i it ,v. simpl) ritual law, and i • ufic-ation i ith Torsh %  t< .: • ,• Je Lsh culture, Jewish B03 Si Lsh H-M.k Month wi not -t< m the tide "t asaimilal TEMPLE NER TAMiD. 80th St and T.itum Waterway Modern Traditional. Rabbi Eugene Labovitz. Cantor Edward Klem. e TEMPLE OR OLOM. Conservative. 8755 SW 16th St. Miami Rabbi Samuel April. Cantor Nico Feldman e TEMPLE SINAI OF NORTH MIAMI. 12100 NE 15th Ave. Reform. Rabbi Daniel M. Lowy. Cantor Chet Gale. v 8:15 p in ;it John P Kenned] Junior H th >• i i Auditorium, KE |S7th s, rtermon "Esodusand ress -education, to the almost cttmElsodus Sew Chapter In th< Mi-ton "f Temple sin il s iturday 11 :i in Services al w ishinsjton Poderal Auditorium, -i^s KB ISTth si Bat Mltsvah Ronald, son --f Mrs Marian \l e mer I on practiced bj the autl tu %  Ul u „., but rather as a result if ed ctions or services mated and Indoctrinated for i" •[•),,. patient needa e-u,-: years on Marxist value* I ol ioM o[ >u .,„ _. m ehicine not traditional Torah valueugar i oated, crowd-piaasing Even m 'he land of Israel, which chanmny uith the tmu-s sassafrsaa man} had hoped would be the ulti\a are bepafully prepare tu ante n ste "solution" to the Jewish the loul-aearching time of the Jea problem, "assimilstion" i preish New Year, let us be honaat with ourselves and listen to the voice i Torah — oi Jewish history and of destiny it*elf ant The labor parties, after 50 years "t championing "social proi:TEMPLE TIFERETH JACOB 51 E. 4th Ave.. Hisleah. Conservative. — a — TEMPLE ZAMORA 44 Zamora Ave. Conservative. Oantor Ben Oickson. a —TEMPLE ZION 8000 Miller Rd. Conservative. Rabbi Alfred Waxman. TIFERETH ISRAEL Ave. Conservative. Wermek. 6500 N. Miami Rabbi Henry YOUNG ISRAEL. 990 NE 17'st St. Orthodox. Rabbi Shcrwin Stauber P mon • %  %  v i inea Kl r p.m Mil %  • prfp„ lift .\ f i %  Jim Kablmn.ai .\. ( : f | hfjrmn h1 Dl< MAX I IPSCHITZ • ; : I 39 Temple Israel Religious School Students Attend UAHC Program Thirty nine students of Temple "The camp pn>irram developed Israels ReJigaOUS School particiaf Temple Israel ione of the patad in the national camping pro topoflM( in the education o' eram of the I mon of American Hebrew Congregations thia past <*" J, ttl ^ n > ,,l n NW de summer, it was raported thiweek dared "Our goal in the next year. Summarising the activities of the and th.years mUotring ito de summer to the Hoard of Trustees, velop more scholarships, awell iYouth Chairman S Ronald Pallot funds for grants-in-aid, In additio said that his committee had t" the large number msen this past year in both an A-Bomb Upset Einstein BONN WNSl Prof M i Einstein lion b nca after the dropping of tl i atomic h o '" b, it a as dl • ere bj Dr N;.I\ Born, win ner of she Nobel Prise In physics l>. Hum || h.iv it, : written to him sunnmonths bt I his death in I'd, thai if he • the i him e again he woul i of enter i profession "that has • swarded M camperships for outstanding seholarship or youth ip leadership Thttt of the recipients. Jo Anr Sager Samuel Smith and Merrily Basvinick, took part in national camp programs st Warwick, NY., and a fourth, Kant Novell, spent his time on the campus of the Hebrew Union Collage in Cincinnati, where Reform rabbis are trained. i amperships to th Bautssaasl ip Institute in Cleveland c. went to Brands Geverts, Mark Poldo with the search for knowted ster Jerry u-\m. w.iliam Botsak Ptol Rtnstetn said the I Hermine Pasternack and Richard scientist, left the world vwthou Lelchuk regret j; (JUNU ^



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the ii/i ovnan s "World eJiewislh Floridiaia Miami, Florida, Friday. August 27, 1965 Section 3 Cedars Women's Coffee Slated Bi: a for the Back-to-School Night at Temple Menorah on pc %  ;n the Temple's Social Hall, which will feature a suparid Dr. Samuel Ersoff, of the University of Miami, are dcrr.es Marshall Kratzer. chairman. Jack Segal, Ed Schupresident of Sisterhood, Lieber Ringer and Ben Kravetz. ewish Family Meet t Temple Menorah < edars ol Lebanon Hospital Auxiliary has scheduled its test mem ber-bring-a member coffee opening the fall season "i events, it was anDOUnced this week by Mrs. Doran Zinner, Auxiliary president. The coffee will be held on Sept. in the Everglades Hotel, with a leading psy< 'ioloist as speaker Mrs Frank Rose, chairman of t h e Auxiliary Membership Committee, will l>e in chars*.' of the social, which will he programme I to introduce interested women in ii n e 1.1' the volunteer services carried on by the Auxiliary A brief resume of women's work at Cedai> of Lebanon Hospital will be given bj the chairman of onenation. S:u*e the doors of the hospital opened in November, 1961. the Auxiliary has operated the Lcbby ;>. an attractive gift store which %  ; ut. ler supervi ion o) Ways and Means \'ice President Mrs. Morris llau. Assisting with th" Lobby Shop air Vice Presidents Mrs. Leo Berl>an and Mis Irene Fink. Officers who will he working on the member-bring-a-member colfee include Vice President Mrs. Byron Sparln-r. Recordim; Secre .u y MrWarren Witus. Financial Secretary Mrs Harry Horwich, \sxstaiit Financial Secretary Nathan Clever. Cones] indmg Se retar) Mrs. Laurence A .1 Treasurer Mrs Fiank IVrlm • and Parliamentarian Mrs B Breslauer The following Auxiliary boari nbers will spearhead the drive i to recruit additional volunteers for i their organization: Mesdames Al Berkowitz, Leonard Brodsky, Edward Cutler, M. E. Glasser, Harrv Cordon. David lies-. Ixiuis Lcm berg, Benjamin oren. I^eonard -leiner. Bernard Yesner and Hardd /.eeman. Tlnjr.; • Menorah will sponsor .' Cfci< on the Jewish family oaTJu: ..\ muht in the Temple Social Dr Samuel Ersoff will biker ol this Ba< k to-Sci group • haracter <>i Education An Highest Priorltj Dr. ff la chairman of the Gradi school %  Kdueation <>f thef I -:ty id Miami He served ^i I ind School Hoard Mem|ti' • a -.!* %  ial grant of th' Government aimed at raisicational standards in .. South (,< %  'i oaference on the Jewish ji a special project underTemple Menorah, and it that it will become an ::.nr in the congregation ; segments ol the I scrvative Temple, the older and younger generation, in understand !'ie values of family life." Temple officials declared. The evening will begin vv;th a supper sponsored bj the Temple's Sisterhood, t., which parents may bring their children. During the discussion phases a special program will be prepared f< r children in the conation's Youth Lounge. Committee of arrangers for the Sisterhood are Mrs Marshall Kratzer, chairman. Mrs. Ed Sehu man, president of the Sisterhood. Mrs. Nathan Stern, Mrs Jack Segal, MrBen Krovetz. and Mrs Lieber Ringer. Following Prof Ersoffs presen tation. Rabbi Mayer Abramowiti *ill lead the audience in a question and answer discussion. n J by ISABEL GRCVE •ide-to-be Barbara Yaegei n a surprise luncheon shown *r honor at the Roney Plai i on Aug. 19 Among the glieeta in attendance were mother. Mrs Sy Yaeuer; Idmother, Mrs Dora Yaegei; •aunt. Mrs. Sam Fox; and re mother-in-law, Mrs. Julius ci\ ir Ho teases included l dwin Henig, Mrs Ken LipMrs Mi • Yaeger and Mrs. Pilxer. lated wedding anniversai kration for Sylvia and E Wie worth waiting for Lev> In-.•• il..Vi .-en f .it away fi m their \. mere than a mon'h to i r I the nil Ih acnivi rsai y nt 'i! i v f nail) did r and with daughters :. an l Lin d a .">. th. y ii for the Sheraton Indies k Kej l hi y had good time, they re re lint this weekend with five er Miami couples. • • • B -t and Areta Adler have left South Miami home fl r a summer visit to Blow in:: N.C. The Adlers are BIT' at Mayview Manor. tri the y intend to take in II golfing • 'i• amid s .< nt if ill Carolina mountains The Adlers have been on a it pace the p. t few months, K to spur interest in an ait eum for the City of Hialeah, will be continuing that eftheir return Mort was recently named to the Advisory Board of the newly lormed Art Committee for the City ot Hialeah • • • Fred and Helen Arthur worked 0 u t their vacation schedule so they wouldn't miss any of the shows at the Coconut ('.rove Playhouse Perennial theatregoers, the Arthui, flew up to Baltimore and then on to New York for a few days Meanwhile, the Arthur youngatera are visiting their grandparents in Baltimore • • Ituth and Morns Lerner. of the 1 M ms, are back in town after a vacation tr p ot several weeks winch included a visit with ion : irt m, a New York psydiiatriat m New York, it was off to i .,. Vegas an i tte West Coast Where, in between sampling retain ant !i ->.l Up and down CeJJ f. rnia, the Lernera got In plentj t u -!. mostly in Los Angeles. • • • CeHa BI d Herald Falick have made their late summer va< a ,:, exciting one They lust ret urie i from a lazy sojourn in Jamaica as guests of the Alan i : where Gerald says the) did everything from fishing to riding donkeys MOM the Falickarc oft to N< >v York and Ver moot • • • 'I h.Newmans, of Daytoma Rd.. Edward T. and Tern, are back from a "fishing" expedition Continued on Pgt 10-B BXJFlIDIlSrE'S • v...,. %  %  % %  • %  ?• ...1 %  IHAMOXH HATTEKXED $ hams ST1HMINGS for total modne#n or up on the textured look and see what it does for your fashions! This fabulous, fanciful nylon stocking is a swinger in Town Taupe or Barely Black 8 2 -l l medium. hosiery, street floor DOWNTOWN M'AMI


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27. 1965 **•/# lt.,UMr Page 11-3 tf Jtarminglxj yours, h .Jit It Zipp bre often etpt'ease I 'y definite views on Dn.-.. So we decided r about: to ask a p. readn for their r M lh' fair m iku'k betttvea thai hri concentrate their sund "being wnnwi," lore <: i"%  -<•en i less n.in wh<> c o m es hone Msr % %  rial man inert shirr-, wants Ihing marc feminine In in a pair of slack-. Mi iir cut as short %  • n iOf the opinion Incnramni; glory ithat elaborate coifIf 1 ttar the. face are Muring tlian a b>yi-li rnen will agree I desirable. A pmvthat is in good mine coiffure, well etics, and the correct perfume for the occasion are what he likes in %  woman. I nfor*uiMtiy. alt women do not have %  good tigure. and Mr. Pollack think.* they should dress for their figure type — to select the clothes that '"do the most for them and not suil|il> to We< r the current style He dislikes sei ing women wearing clothes that show them "If to a disadvantage uopecialtj the overwetghl wornan in .-lacks F\R. Daniel Prance likes the ** natural look, and prefers the bnors Sunday No. the lirown Post. War Veteran* of and the Norman B) Ladies' Auxiliary >int testimonial break ,\, Mrs Nat Broun. ICfl and Kduin L BH Miami, at tl'.e Melee Hotel on Sumlat a in winner of the DcHonda JWV IMMB year" Award and r vice president of It of Florida Jewish \u\ili.n\. ihem,: her many yearof >rk in the service veterans and the %  terans Auxiliary miner of the Depart a Jewish War Vet > 11. Cohen Award, t -erving as post LS being honored andintf serviceto ace Brown Post and ar Veterans of the Florida during the ;e Execs lor Sales w& woman who is suntanned, healthy and strong looking, not the tie type. I Ian should look natural, not dress e d with every hair m place, which suggests an artificial look. Byes should also look natural and not heavily made up. Dreams he does not like include the full skirted crinoline a -Iitfened fabric worn under full -knts to extend them to even greater fullness. They were originally made of horsehair and linen, but today are usually stilfencd silk or cotton and in the form of half-lip. Dan also prefers women in tle simple, elegant type of dress. The uncluttered look and the fitted (Ire— tra his favorites. He frowns on women who deliberately select a -tyle that hides their figure-o well that the dress can be mistaken for a maternity fashion. Fred Stone believes that hair styles, iiiake-iip and dress should 0Oi| be Used to set off the woman, not to call attention to l.hemselve* As to eye make-up, it pplement natural beau'\ and no! be worn to the exin me that it :noticed for itself rather than to the end of lovlier eyes ANOTHER point h to 8 here,. Bennett Jr., an a.sso t mi I. it man Agency Usattl Mutual Life piny. 100 Biseayne [bean fifth among 2.000 full-time reptile production of ance during July, rod a total of $45. nth. 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August 27. 1965 -knlttfhrmtr Page 3 3 ## szAlboiit < L j^eoplc an d i ylacQS FESTIVAL ATSARASOTA Marilyn and Harry Smith and Anita and Henry Weiss took two eat-h of their children and went to the Asola Festival on the Rimdint; Cimis grounds in Sarasota. Miami folks are always around when something interesting is going on. They saw Blanche and JM Novel. Mary and Jim Kaufman, ami Flo and Herbie Werner. Marilyn just had to s<> skiing, so she brought home a lew aehing bones. • • • ONLY DURING THE LONG HOT SUMMER Dorothy (Ml*. Charles) Feinbenj has a brother. Maurice Lax. a school principal in Detroit. Mich Tbis Himmer, he spent a month in Ft. Lauderdale with his wife. Natalie, ind the rest of his band. A group of pouBgateni started playher in grade seh. fliej all tinned (Hit to be school teachers and also to he the best %  'l he Fenbj C irr gr >up (!"• i 'he il %  • %  : r al Motoi and pi ij in It tturinj i m< Th el month. \ in the Florida area lo Ft. 1 %  • • • |HE MADE IT |. to celebral Lrtliur11 i •in j vi.'i • %  MI,IP i asli ep as all It uld have been v I; i • Shelly's mother. Mrs Meyer Dorf[i me visiting at just the right lime, Mrs Ben Lipaon, Buddy Dorfman, Mr. Mrs Sanford l >fl lanet and Mike Wiiiston, tuth and Lee Engle, Deenie and Sam Bronner, obeii LipMon, Mm Pauline Spoetor, and Judj Shein, whose Barry was sweating out his twowei k summer camp. • • LUV NOT LOVE Some liked it. some didn't, but a night at tin Coconut Grove Playhouse to see "Luv" was an evening of fun. Sylvia and Joe Rose were there with their children. Dr. and Mrs. Harold L'nger. Caryl was quite excited because the female lead, Dorothy I-oudon, had gone to her school, Syracuse University, although at different times. Helen and Jack Carner were there, and Stella and Harold Turk, Dotty and Henry Morris. Mildred and Mor rie Gidney. who just came home from New Orleans with the most gorgeous French pastries fur their Sunday night club. Carolyn and Manme Luck. Harriet and Marshal Harris, and Dr. and Mrs Michael Goodman. DID YOU SEE LOOK MAGAZINE? i rence Kupperman, just hack from her vail 'he played "What's My Line" at her and v some gu< th i IRT She ipresin she • i. %  %  : her life FROM HERE AND THERE % %  I writes I ime moss I Ihern Zelda Th is to Hi >r< L'niver 'cm with her husband Philip, writes ps includes a nun, a prolesnd a Bene lictine Monk Urs William l i Brenner didn't gel nj from her sister Dorothy, i Mrs S %  urn from Birmingham, she came with her I to attend the ABA convention, and stayed over to visit with Georgia and their parents, Mr and Mrs, Louis it. Roth. — Frances Lehman Ner Tarn id Ladies Slate Luncheon Temple Ner Tamid Sisterhood will hold its annual member-bringa member luncheon In Sklar Auditorium next Wednesday noon. Paid up members and new memberare invited to attend, according to Mrs. Eugene Schwarz. president, and Mrs. Era Rosenleld, chairman. Greeting guests will be Rabbi Eugene Labovitz. spiritual leader; Cantor Edward Klein; and Bruce Richmond, education director. I ._ MARIAN SPIAR Young Mizrachi Women's Lunch Mian I Hadar chapter of a< hi Vfi tin n will ebrati with a lun< • ept. 2, • .'. lotel. Rabbi A I the %  Mar., v. ill enti i" Yi -lii. Opti Mrs. Open Shut-In Service Opti-Mrs. <>i Greynolds Park %  ii/in'.' a p h o n e sen i< e I 1 .• 'icularly elderlj sh ins .' ho a re .i i o n e, il was annoum ed hei e bj Dolores Shido' • %  ed ne i If 1 nut "ch the 0 • msi• %  • th< nitor 1 i REE EREE EREE JUST MAIL A CARD OR LETTER AND YOU WILL RECEIVE IN COLOR A BEAUTIFUL MORRISOiVSCHIFF '. Sinai Hospital Nursing School Graduation Set exercises of the the hospital, was •, releome rector, was also to greet graduates Sinai Hospital School ol guests, and Mrs Leonard \ Wien Guest speaker for the evening il Nursing will be held chairman ol the visorj H ,. i,, >„. Dr Peter afasiko Jr. ay evei i v ,, m ,„ the Committei preeidi I E Wolf* II Auditorium ol Samuel Gertnee cutive < ""•jjital. — ^^^ %  in M hi\ome the al nursing since the founde I in ted, %  i '•' i ., ..11• l I a in tains a %  • en, %  n'. Mi r "I nu 1 i, in hat %  eiurd I. Abess, president ol JEWISH CALENDAR FOR THE NEW YEAR PlfASE MAIL TO THf MM it in o\i: PROVISIONS ro. No. 1 ALTON ROAD MIAMI BEACH, FLA. FOR A TASTE TREAT TRY OUR TR p U U E RE K ?EEF R F %  \ > K F OUTS HHTM kOSIICIMK K M S i*ioi B'rith Social Singles Bnai B'rith Social Singles will bold a d.iik-,d th< saxonj Hotel en S.I 0.000 immigrant! whose ancestor! lived in ancient Persia at the time vf Esther. The Bukharian Jews seen here, lor example, are descended from F.xilci to Babylon whoK blood line waj not to return "homt" until 2500 yean hud transpiredl WK€ At last! A margarine %  with all three 1. I00o DAIRY FREE 2. IIQUID MAZOLA BORN OIL 3. 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Friday. August 27 1965 .*•/.#• fhrHitr Page 5-A LETTERS TO THE EDITOR wish Convert and Intermarriage EDITOR The Jewish Floridian: valid We should b most careful -Iran n> distinction between those not to cotifu-r I. you, editoH.. of A„, .3. rfTmS^S.^SS^^ E^jS "?* ** '" in,-.' i made to Hie "niterniar1( r( n hs ..,'.., _„ vho became Jews by conversion, { vmram Hlau. lead, u ^ ,' u ,^ i,navid r ., :| ...Neutral bM." Your Dl n ; nTX* 1I CX isioE ITf J* ??£— %  of Ruth, Mention is called to the fact that ra ther nan by hirth woman Itabbi Hlau married orsion, j,. w ,. ss Qy conversion, ,,,;„ ;,, H %  moat regrettable that some "TL'ZSISS. i><'w.ero,H>mvT f i /,he l.rah sri" fi* <>< h —ce an.l h nol U.rn Of Jewish Parents. • • dls mll ,,n' n ".Ihere to Jewish law and tradition, ; ^"^ S a l£ SB* IS^JtSTuSZ ^<* • emotional inability to „„, ihe editorial seeks to make. L faris %  ••* convert as fu **. not,, ,,„. concluatoi. drawn, are b> [•" %  Jr?ri?IJi5*tf tC £*2! ,, *X J*?* %  !5 ? ra > lemonstrators leckle New %  rSIOM a I ieU held fi\ mutts Or" nties, u).' no com ti tions outside of their movement example to tlir contrary und even ate to JI old :hc angry feel mmunit) lir loai adI'lled r,i move from Jfruulrm juj [u^r up residence m B'nai B ral; Sunshine Chapter Has Card Party nshine chapter, B'nai B'rlth Wi men, held a card party : i day. 1 p.m.. at Washington Federal Savings and Loan Auditorium, 69J NE 167th St., No. Miami Beach Mrs Jack Dresner was chairman, assisted by Mrs Samuel Rahson. Mrs Lee Meisner, and Mrs. Lee I'erlmutter. Mrs. Samuel Kupsenel, membership vice president, greeted alt new and prospective members. Continued from Pao,e 1-A rqent that all concerned, concentrate their erwgiet on the uture so that the spreaders of atred 'may be cut off and the >irit o< that evil period may kever ccme to life again." prior status of a convert in his presence. Our teacher Moses married a woman who was not horn a Jew ess. and the Prophet Obadiah was lOnn AniDaSSaCiOr ;i conver1 '" Judaism, ..was Onkelos. the great commentator on the Bible, to name but a few of t b OS a who accepted the Jewish faith and thereafter made contributions to Jewish life, thought and law of which our people may Justly be pi oud The Book of Ruth was included in the Holy Writ apparently to rellle thin >-hook hands with the mind us that we are commanded to Ivoy who then shook hands with Israi li officials, Everybody len sat down to drink the tradi D'-al Jewish toast "La. Hayim" k,l in it,.,: briefly %  Most of the demonstrators had ft the area when Dr. Pauls nerged t iten to the playing of i> the Israel Police ind but some were -till present |bt res in • ,i shouting i ntin ting demonstraIns, • leftist Mapam Party in a r i h earlier I his •k >. ••.,! scores •>( placarduths marched through of tru main itreeta • >! Jeruaadi i nstrating against Dr. I s ai • %  membrance," perm UM d in reference to the ol European Jewry for the coning Of th.e Messiah, a descendant of David. fore of Ruth, faith. and therea convert to our JOSH REPHUN Miami Beach 'EDITOR son \\ ( vt „.,.;: : ., .,, of the prohibition ,>/ discrimination agdltul intermarriage and thf COW" verl :o /uJaxm. The punt o/ the editonal merely uidi th.it prohibition is not J ti. % % %  •:< %  i\ rr alls in fw Donee Cen'er • i •• u n l in I square i ers intermediate, id ad\. %  •,! are now forming at lelphi Hall, North Miami's new One ol the featured Hers i Lester Linn, coordinator the Julj Kmirth Square Dance ^-t i\ a I at the Kontainebleau lloH arr j Howe, authority on ind dai ting, will head the faculii new college .>f round, am! bquare dancing. *v'<* THE JEWISH HOME FOR THE AGED mi os ton ns THRIFT SHOP AH rer rernitere. Oethinf, linens, Dishes, Drapes, ftc. PUASi (AU W FOt HCHP THE JEWISH HOME FOR THE AGED THRIFT SHOP 730C M.W. 27th AVENUE ••h. 696-2101 IrWWVV Just a small revolution! Big Change in... Tempo Filter Cigarettes New Tobacco Blend More Tobacco Taste Sure.We Know Dade Federal is only the 48th* largest in the nation! But, when there are more than 6,200 savings and loan associations in the United States, we think our position is pretty good. Of course, it means we're in top competitive company and we have to work hard to stay with them. What does that mean to you? It means that Dade Federal must provide you with the best, most modern service available, with courtesy and friendliness second to none. IF IT'S A SAVINGS program you want, you can rest assured you will receive the highest possible earnings consistent with safety. IF ITS FIRST MORTGAGE FINANCING you need to buy. sell, build, refinance or repair homes or commercial properties, you'll find our rates, costs and terms as good or better than any you will find elsewhere. Service as prompt as we can make it, too. Wherever you live in Dade County, there's an office of ours near-by. Four of them are adjacent to the expressways. Our business hours are long and include one evening a week. Other services available to you include: Safe Deposit Boxes, Travelers' Cheques, Money Orders, Series E Savings Bonds and Christmas Clubs. Come in. Make us show what we do to hold our place among the nation's top savings and loan associations. ... you can depend on Dade Federal. '(according to the June 30th, 1965 compilation of savings and loan associations) MAIN OFFICE: 101 East Flagler Street Convenient Branch Locations NORTH MIAMI BRANCH ALLAPATTAH BRANCH TAMIAMI BRANCH 12600 N.W. 7th Avenue 1400 N.W. 36th Street 1901 S.W. 8th Street EDISON CENTER BRANCH KENDALL BRANCH 5800 N.W. 7th Avenue U.S. 1 at S.W. 104th Street OUR RESOURCES EXCEED 225 MILLION DOLLARS



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Page 14-A ^jmlstncrlJton Fridav pint 27. 1965 T L v UN Listening Post: By SAUl CARSON Communist China, New Israel Enemy United Nations I SRAEL HAS a now but very powerful enemy. It is Communist China. That was the ominous word one obtained here from knowledgeable, non-Israeli diplomats as one returned from a vacation. The Peking regime, long the outstanding pariah here, has cynically _undertaken a drive to ingratiate itsefl v. in. tfef Arab nations by furnishing vigorous I t their anti Israel campaign, Thorn here o know l Israel's skills in diplomacy, Its i progress in I the friendsh I Latin ImerAfrican and Asian nations, do not expect Red linst 1 1 oo • | .' in the Vi : LI %  I • net • it a dozen : n — and perhaps fun Is — in the temw,-i Ued • • Army." Ils l and Syria, with the conovernments in Amman and Damasthi dark against civiliai • %  IsraeL In Dam -. the former Grand Mufti, who was a • ,r pa! daring World War II. has lined up with El Fatah, and has become one ol the chiel Ar nking the goal of "Palestine liberation" with Peirn to influence the Arabs and to gain their ends hip. Red China's campaign against Israel, begun only abOUl go, has DOW extended to nio-l of ,. much of Africa, and large sections of Latin America. In Latin America. where Arabs make use ol neo-Nazi and fascist movements to help spread Semitic and anti-Israel propaganda, the Chineae tentacles have now been noticed. ipposition t Israel, since 19S2. is old story. The Moscow Communists have • following an old tradition, established in I •.,11to meddle in the Middle Bast .. sp< arhead in thai i 1 he Chi: than the Kremlin, -mce %  -t in the Middle 1 or how %  the Lai Inn As We Were Spying; By ROBERT E. SEGAL Lrhan Areas Rise THERE ARE now more people in the %  metropolitan areas of America than there were in trie entire country in 1935. Towering cities and the bits of green patches wi know of as suburbia draw people a w a y from t h e isolated little towns and dwindling farmlands each year. Seven in every 10 Americans are today urban people, a sharp reversal of Ihe picture our own fathers knew. So we have iln eventual creation of a cabinet post for i rban problem-, begrudging!) won from a Congress not >d geared up to handle city laaOM, let alone international challengi e me a Department of Housing and Urban Devel%  • • Presidenl Johnson said to ihe Congress in one i his basic appeals for the creation of the N< Society. Such a department in his judgement, will provide "a focal • tor thought and inovation and imagination about problems oi our cities' nested into and) %  pant, tbe i binet RM mber — probably Dr Kobert C. Weaver — have a manaitad agenda metr politan planning, trafl i -chooi eriaes abandoned antes, the pro. feratien ol Ugly, neon hghte I urban mringtowni. monoes, drea y, offensive On the plus side, he must th mono: HI! or ether high speed movement idbas in parks, plazas, picnic an men patches thy leisure in the great cineever adding millions i pon million-. Bui central to all will be the challenges to provide "a nt home and suitable living environment lor every rican family" as promised in the National Housing ACl Of 1W9 The President was quoted not long aijo as saying the ng without labor. Politicians couldn't get elected without the labor vote. But there is such a thing as overpraising labor. Labor is great, but vacation h cither. X,.-, covi re l the Law of Gravitation when doi I sit under an apple trei i epl %  Law of < e greater I Mention in which he devoted him-elf wholly to ZHH w hich interested him and for which he received no financial emolument. in the lirsl fears of bis retirement, he made the 'bscov.nes ,n electricity which ere to Cause his name to ring down the corridors ol time. >!!L HfSvtd that even Naturerequired rest Fverv seventh year, even the MB was to be riven a rest Economists understand *. P* *!; S3 of Nature. They call it the Law of Diminishing Returns After a certain peak is IW hed. f irthci exertion Instead of bringing more profit, yield* con%  '"• •" 1 ( '~ V t ..!_ The weekly dav of rest, borrowed from the B8 spread over mosj oj I i W o ..,-, %  a week, besi h : there tl ibt of Cooifol Spotlhht: Bv MltTON FRIEDMAN l.S. Exporls to ferae! on a Decline Washington Q UESTIONS have been raised in Washington about the effectiveness of th ael Chamber ol i omn i S Government officials are disturbed because ol America's failure to capitoine on eapon opportunities offered bj Israels booming industrialization and i xpanding economy. Significant amounts of machinery and equipment are being bought by Israel for bard currency rum West Germany, Japan, Italy. Switzerland, and other ms But such purchases from American firms have in the Ust four > ears. A U.S. < • Department source said that the i an Israel < hamber of Commerce has not advanced %  • • %  'nt II is barged that little ne by tbe t< I promote A ii tunities in Israel w hili m. i %  to Israi I by i thi r i i ness linl i ; y sti floor of %  : i %  r-tativei i tinenl Dto the problem The magazine Nation's Business has reflected Washm's concern over the major market opportunities ed in Niael The magazine bemoaned "America i failure to capitalize on export opportunities in Israel's fast growing economy." By 1970. Israel may double the industrial capacity aba had in 1962 The real value of her industrial fixed assets will have knereamd by si.soo.ouaoao. "Yet." said Nation's Business, American equipment exporters ho%v ered i %  >pportunit> is illustrated in th< • ii. I mvi Unenl liv i$110.000.0001 mining and mineral'*.• %  U) .] oeo ooo Rubbers, p i —tit i an I ,.r. • %  far behind. Bat. fr the last four years si.nl Nation's %  arini share of tbe uwael equipmenl w % •' n despite thi thai me I S Goi • : tied to purchases in t > Ui i %  American equipi itractive aa anas Italian, >r M in* J n-j • % %  \ I %  %  : %  the cotton ind irj %  • • ire. Business commented that with the r an Government ani to Israel enpeeted loxteen Ami neiit aid to Israel expected to d ihe outlook lor \iiK-ncan exporters is rn.f rocjr — MBlesihe> -tart look'ng after their own irierests instead ol relying alsnnal anlsiy on the hope that mur Gavavnanai will <.<• it for I ii* in %  ipa Between Yov and Me: By BORIS SMOLAR Profile of the Jewish Serviceman % HE profile of the Jew serving %  in the American armed forces now auidergoing a basic changed ing from reports by the Na'l • anal Jewish Welfare Board. The| greater skills and higher education required by mihtarv pCTOMnehj in the space age have alii. e numbei I to mditarv ) careers Thus, t iiaverage Jewish] serviceman inow increasing!) a famil) man and %  rent And he wants to be recogi a peraan and Jew. with all the needs JIKI responsibilities ef his civilian lounterpart. Tbe JW'M finds that he is not escaping Jewkah life, but seeking waya to remain pan if It, difficult though it may be At the larger military in i.illatkma m tbia oountrj and abroad, there are todaj permanent Jewish military congn usterhogda and religtooa schnots. The Jewish chapaUo publish penoi their iniformed n • t > • first hand the rich Jew ish past in 1 raw > Ital) F r a n < and Gi % %  Jewish servo men station* • : lore the < ountr) k si unt %  Taking m consideration the "new : .ok rj man in the American arm-1 >erIhe .IWB haim publUaed i iurmuabiiii ol ah educitinn This nM rduriuoiiTt to..i "> ial importance beca UM ri the gronrin •( children


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"•Jewish Floradian Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY Number 25 Miami. Florida. Friday, Auaust 27, 1CG5 Two Sections — Price 2J Demonstrators Heckle New Bonn Ambassador red oat unrelenting fighter rests between rounds. Former be Minister David Ben-Gurion, looking worn and grim, tc address a Tel Aviv street rally for his new Israel teis List (Rafi) which is opposing the Mapai Party malee by Prime Minister Levi Eshkol of Israel. (Photo by en Gurion Facing iapai Honor Court; tvs Party on Trial \IV — 1JTA1 — Former lii • r David Hen Gurion week u fore %  Mapai n o r u'mh had -im w 13 ha sot be • '".I de> that thi •• %  %  not be, • l< %  • puls: i Conner M Inde• r Parliai I j ple< i Ma adei The Mapai Secretariat had previously ruled that Ben-Gurion and six of his followers had already "expelled themselves" from the party. In a 90 minute at tack on Premier EsSkol's leadership, Bcr Gurion told t' e Honor Ccurt the issue was a battle "between the party machine and •norj values" anc 1 that moral Vrtlus would win. Th( I n t work v ye nen" ai d lUiiced thi : rked Continued on Pe;e 15 A JERUSALEM More than l.'iio demonstrators clashed with polite in Jerusalem this week ii l turned the presentation of credentials by Dr. Rolf Pauls as West Germany's first Ambassador to Is ra %  into a bloody riot that left the envoy white-faced Twentj weeping, yelling demonstratorwere arrested In the melee and an equal number of police and protestors were injured. Shouts of "Nazi out of here" and "Paul-, go home" drowned out the playing by the Israel Police Band of the German natioral anthem, which now begins "Unity, Justice and Freedom" The demonstrators bitterly remembered the prior ver lion, "Deutschland liber Alles." The demonstrators arrived early in the morning, some wearing the striped garments of concentration camp inmates. Most carried placards urging the people of Israel to remember the Naii murder of 6,000,000 European Jews. A group of the demonstrators broke through a police eordor. just as Dr. Pauls left the limousine which President Shaiar had sent for him. The shouting crowd surged to ward the car Mounted police held in reserve on n'vrhr streets moved Into the crowd, their clubs swinging. The demonstrators then began throwing stones at the police. Ashen-faced, Dr. Pauls entered the President's olfice with his his alde3. Participants in the presentation of credentials included Mrs. Gold* Meir. Israel's Foreign Minister, who kept her gaze focussed "ii the floor throughout th" speeches Or Pmltold the President that the "new Germany looks back in sadness and aohorrence on the hideous crimes of the National Socialist regime which caused so much suffering, mainly to the Jewish people." He handed a large envelope, containing his credent bis, to President Shazar. The President accepted the credentials, saying that "all of us" .. and that Israel could not forge! "the pasi However, he e\ pres c.l the hope that the relations %  : Israel an d the Feder.il • many would insure that "the past" WOUld not be re ted. Ehrer.fiied von Holleben, chief cf protocol of the German Foreign Ministry, formally greeted Israels envoy. Several leaders of the German Jewish community were also present to receive him. A few do/en spectators watched %  V briel ceremony from an airporl b il ;ony, since as a math r ol %  curity police allowed no one but i nmenl officials, Invited %  -•. an l journalists on the field. Mr. Ben-Nathan was accompanied bj his uife and their two children. Ammon IT. and Miriam i: %  %  .... driven to a h >tel in Comiles north of the city, ,-Kere he will make his home temporar l> until Israel's new Embassy i i pli it Bad Go lesberg a uburb south ol the capital Anger Over Riots Stirs Ugly Mood BONN — fJTA) — Pained BUTand shock dominated n in Weal Germany to the no%  demonstrations i %  '• %  • when Bt BaM Pauls est Germai first A is i dent • Pres Pn rvh irs the Ni i I police in the most %  ,,!: ... la • Thurs aj that arrests and an equal num..on-•! itors and police une of the more notable G was a statement by • %  %  lor Konri \ r that he was reconsidering plans to visit Israel Speaking in Muenstt r, t h e %  lancellor I that the tension.m Israel might cause him to i rtpone his nde I visit next Novi N I at the m\ itati >n of my frien I, Da Ben Gurion." Eric M e n d e, West German Vice Chancellor, and head of the free Democratic Harty, a coalition partner, told an election gatlierirg that the Jerusalem demonstrations were a resort to Continued on P-jf 2-A ALSO TO LEBANESE ATTACKERS Jordan Warned Against Forays RU5ALEM (JTA) The Israel Government Indicated last .., k th it it will take dipk mafic steps to make clear it would hold i r Ian responsil le for further acts • aal otage originating atom J r daman territory, At the same time it was reported that Israel had Uried i similar effort to warn Lebanon ol the dangers that could irise from Lebanese resumption of its share cf the Aral) project to divert i:. %  ,i es I the Jordan Rl to deny its waters I i Israel. Planlor the diplomatic actions emerged following %  Cabinet meet ii Mondaj at w hieh the sabotage raids and the resumption of the i lanese diversion project were ,.-, ussed l' o sabotage attacks ,. ace last week In a related development. Chief of Staff Gen. Iihak Rabin declared that Israel might have to resort to force to convince the neighboring Arab countries that there would be no peace on their side of the Arab Israel border as long as the Arabs barred peace on Israel's side. Premier Kshkol. in his review to the Cabinet, reportedly Btressed the position that Jordan must is Continued on Page 7-A



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Pc ?aae 6-A 9-Jtnlsffhr/Jl^r Friday. August 27 Rabbinical Association in Condemnation Of Holiday 'Mushroom Synagogues' The Greater Miami Rabbinical •cia'.l'm Wednesda. • moved to condemn and der • reant for the High Hob; Daj perod alone.'" In a resolution issued here, the resolution said that Whether conducted in hotelrtment buildings, or other such • r.u-d or borrowed facilities, such ethities undermine the rehjnd spirit of the Jewiefa comin—lilj The Rabbinical Association resolution explained its position on the basis that "unaffi Mated worshippers fail to identify themselves with exiting synathrooghoot the year." •.nued t h e res '•' %  • csl! upon all our to refra.n from ot supporting. pro\' {or or a -inj su< b mua ir %  i n ognee We urge our %  •to join a -hip m the pel ice." The resolution was limed n %  "' name of the Rabbinical Association cv Rabbi Jonah E t apian pre-, dent, and Rabbi Solomon Sea ecutive vice president. OTfrW POSrTrWK ItSTfD Temple Judea Names Kreutzer Rabbi Morns A Kipper and Dr %  harles Rc-enfield. chairmen of the !.u'ation Committee, announce hat the administrator of the TemSchool for 1965-66 be Franklin D. Kreutzer. uho nrved last year is supervisor of "he Sunday School. Hebrew School meets on Tuesand Thursday with the h teacherMrOil M •:. ^^r>^^r>^rX^^nMr>^M^W>^^^^W^r^>^W^ ; ENTIRE COMMUNITY INVITED TO SPECIAL LATE FRIDAY SERVICES AUGUST 27 th at 8:15 P.M. BETH TORAH CONGREGATION Conservative Nof" Cade's F rst Synagogue & Sc-oo! 1051 NO. MIAMI BEACH BLVD. (163rd St.) North Miami Beach PHONE: Wl 7-7528 Abraham J. Gittelson, Educ. Dir. Rebecca Kay, Kindergarten Director REGISTRATION NOW OPEN FOR NURSERY THROUGH CONFIRMATION AND HIGH SCHOOL. MEMBERSHIP BEING ACCEPTEO AND RESERVED HIGH HOLY DAY SEATS DISTRIBUTED. DR MAX A LIPSCHITZ, RABBI Beth Moshe Sells Facilities Bet! .relation. V3tuH< W Dixie Huy h.i* disfxed "f temple ee c lJ iti e i at HBO xw and Ave for SS6.0 New occupant.will be members of the North Dade Greek Orthodox Conun .m*> The facilities were previously occupied by Beth Emetfi Congregation. Beth Moshe was created by the merger between Beth Emeth and Congregation Yehudah Moshe in May, 1*3. r.eth Emeth was original!; • %  -". libhed in 19.VJ Yehudah M o ImewH ..North '.'.lie Jewish %  .l naeon In I Precedent lloane Co UJI leader ta Rabbi Richard Mai itz Dade Legislators To be Speakers Dale Coat*) bf th" YM erK-inert Shevin j V\MI\ oi Dobbin Kill be lu, • .^ 'II 5 V onThurada) Ini 26. Thr> will report on bed Ihe £ p m u lac North Bali '•" %  •"•*' r—pport Temple Ner Tamld 80th AND CARLYLE AVENUE MIAMI BEACH. HOBUDA Extends A Cordial Invitation to the COMMUNITY TO WORSHIP WITH US For the Ensuing II14. II IIO1.110 Us Membership Inquiries Welcomed IH.IM I AMVNt Itabi.i I M\\ Altll KLEHK, lanlor ASSISTED BY PROFESSIONAL CHOIR UMDIU THf DHICTION Of JOSEPH SCNKfJSMAN SEATS ARE NOW AVAILABLE ALSO IN THE AIR-CONDITIONED SKLAR AUDITORIUM Of TNI TEMPLE FOR THE OVERH0W SERVICES CHANTED BY CANTOR HYMAN FEJN SI 2 SO PER PtfSON REGISTRATION NOW BEING TAKEN FOR ALL DEPARTMENTS OF RELIGIOUS AND SUNDAY SCHOOL SCHOOL STARTS TUESDAY. AUGUST 31st. 1965 f0 MHHHATION REGARDING RfUCIOUS SERVKES AMD JCHOOt CALL UN 6-9833 or UN 6-8345 %  a + %  %  **•* *. BETH ISRAEL CONGREGATION ORTHODOX 770 West 40th Street MIAMI BEACH Phone: JE 8-1251 ISRAELITE CENTER CONSERVATIVE 3175 S.W. 25th St., Miami Ph. HI 5-1529 Registration now open for Hebrew and Sunday School EDUCATIONAL DIRECTOR: RABBI SIMON APRIL Membership Being Accepted You are cordially invited to worship with us for the High Holidays SERVICES CONDUCTED BY RAMI S. AlVIN SCHWARTZ %  Parness, President Al Zisman, Chairman of the Board y*******^********/V**A**^*^^^WVNA^^V*WVWWWW Jolm tL JL.JrJ, 'WL IVilt V'* 9 -' Kneseth Israel Congregation 1415 EUCLID AVENUE MIAMI BEACH Newest and Mot! Modern Synagogue on the Beach. Completely Reconstructed. Modirn Social Net! Servfua tht Community. Wt art ahtai at schetfult we %  rfff be rto*y bffor* n> naliiayt. SEUCH0S SERVKES WILL BE HELD IN MAM SANCTUARY MtWMGHT, MPt. IB Reservations now being accepted for the High Holidays. RABBI DAVID UHRFIEiD Cantor Abraham Seif and Choir Officiating Klutznick Endows Chair at Brandeis By Special Report WAI.THAM Mass. Philip M Klutznick, Chicago busineaa and CMC leader, and a former U.S represenUlive to the IMted Ka tions, has endowed a chair in sociology at Brandeis L"nner*it> Prominent Brandeis socioloia-t John K. See ley lia> been rwnied the fir-^t incumbent of (he chair, which uill be known as the Philip \l Klutznick Endowed Chair in Sociology The S2SO.000 gift front Klutznick Will be supplemented by additional funds from the Ford Foundation to complete endowment for the professorial chair This unngemenl iIn keeping with the term of a matching yrant made lo Braadeii by the Ford Foundation to encourestabltahmenl ol chairs, fellow %  MtBi and scholarsJups Klut/nick. who served as a l"S — %  ntativc t0 the BeOMUic and Social Council of the L'nited Natiou frona l6i to 1962. is a Braadeii traatee and has aeaa ta ted with the university since i irli< it vrars Senior partner sti Klutznick Enterprises, he baa held huh state and national p for over a quarter century RABBI BEREL WEIN Spiritual Leader Rabbi Sholom LifshiM Educational DirectoREGISTRATION NOW OPEN FOR TUITION-FREE RELIGIOUS SCHOOL BEGINNERS. INTERMEDIATE AND BAR-MITZVAH AGE CLASSES MEMBERSHIP BEING ACCEPTED AND RESERVATIONS TAKEN FOR HIGH HOLIDAY SEATS SERVICES WILL BE CONDUCTED IN OUR NEWLY COMPLETED AIR-CONDITIONED SANCTUARY Moses J Grundverg President Dr IrvMn Make Vice-Preside" AGUDATH ACHIM Congregation LOMBARDY HOTR 6305 Collins Avenue • Miami (teach HIGH HOLIDAY SERVICES TO BE CONDUCTED BY RABBI SIMON APtU RABBI HARRY ZAIETSKY, Center Reservations now being accepted-Tickots Available DAILY 1 to 5 P.M. EVENINGS 7 K 9 P M SUNDAYS TO THURSDAYS ORTHODOX StKVKIS SUM SIB.50 1 $12.50 INQUIRIES INVITED PHONE 8*6-7761 Mapam Rejects Alianment XKLAVIV .JTA. -The Central Committee of the M a pa m Party rejected an offer by Ahdut Avodah. invitinMapam to join the political alignment of Mapai and Ahdut Avodah. Leaders of ftfaIMm ..id Uiuy would wait until ui ter next fall's elections to the Knes set before makin up their minds on alignment. THE PRIDE OF MIAMI BEACH The newait, most recently constructed, ultra-modern fully | a.r-


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... ...,.; ,., ,. .,-,,... ,. ., %  Pace 14-B knlstrfrrldffon Friday, Augurt RABBI tltKIU LAHDAU Rabbi Landau, Of New York, Passes Away 19. %  leu Lan If and oi Miami: %  the Westchester %  children. }ic was a frequent visitor to MiRabbi Landau was a scion of a distinguished rabbinic dynasty. He was one of the communal rabbis of Berlin, Germany, until 1939. Ho was ordained by the Jewish Theological Seminary of Berlin and was awarded the degree of Doctor of Philosophy, cum laude, from the University of Prague, the city in which one of his great-grandfathers was Chief Rabbi. ited V k i and %  • Tala bril. ivic Burial lerviei • re held on Friday, n New York City, Herb i'it .Judith Vi Mcron. 0.; a son, Proi 1 I ipson, ol Ithaca, N.Y.; 1 %  broUM rs Ibrai i SI irpe, oi Detroit, Mich and Aharon Sh. Israel; two sisters, Mrs Leah Cooperman, of Los Angeles, Calif., and MrK.ichacl Kane. alao Of Los Angeles. She also leaves two brothers-inlaw, Simon and Jonah Lipson, of Cleveland. Services were Sunday. Aug 22. at Temple Beth Sholom. with in terment in Mt. Nebo Cemetery. Riverside Memorial Chapel was in charge of arrangements. CORENBLUM MAI It pi, :*. ,.f SUM -*w M.\i RIi"K ir••!''. re, %  • %  •' %  --" llth Si w. Miami, •>*•--! T i .\ui: .'4 He • %  .' Miami •;..r ihr pa tnarl x •' •" %  Kim building supph ,i 11. H %  %  Documentary Film Will be Shown Documentary Bun on Soviet Russian discrimination against the jews Price ol Silence." directed bv Theodore Bike! and narrated b'v Edward G. Robinson, will bo shown by the Workmen's Circle of Greater Miami branches at 8 p m.. Monday, at Miami Beach Federal Savings and Loan Association. 755 Washington Ave The Workmen's Circle is one of the cooperating organizations of the South Florida Conference on Soviet Jewry here The national organization is affiliated with the American Conference on Soviet Jewry. MrManuel Burstein. financial secretao of South Florfda Zlonisl council." will discuss the Jews In Soviet Russia Mrs Burstein n p tnts tl Miami Chapti f Ha I ,il on Soviet Jewry. \5S Rose !'..." a %  i Jewish i ort on her tour I R -• mer. ROSICHAN Noted Hebraist, Rebecca Lipson Dies in Accident Rebecca Lipson. 67. of 4001 In dian Creek Dr., Miami Beach, died in an auto accident in Thompson. N Y on Wednesday. Aug. 18. A resident of Miami Beach for the past 15 \ear-. coming from Cleveland. O she was a Hebrew teacher at Temple Beth Sholom fur many years and in charcc of Hebrew education for Hadasaah oi Miami Beach. Mrs. Lipson was a life member iiannah Benesch Group of Ha •ah. vice president ol s thi ast on of Hada of %  iion, formerly nati the Hebi Edueal > ing Judai and dek tadruth Ivrith to the \'. in Jerusalem. For many years, she was a teacher in the Hebrew Schools of Cleveland. In addition, she was one-time acting education director of Temple on the Heights of Cleveland and principal of its Hebrew Department. Mrs. Lipson wi loper of the summer Hebrew program at Orossinger's Hotel in New York, in which she was engaged when she dud Survivors include her daughters. |fn Aaron Miriam i V. of No. Hollywood. Calif., and .Mry \ x %  %  %  .. %  %  ADELBERG ', %  %  BHINTZ, .1. -• > iiiA %  H vl N 1 %  •! ii. i Ii< Ha RAVITZ. • % %  : • %  s • .1 A v < i 11 • I • %  %  %  STERN. |, 41 U'n Sew Yol | KIHSCHENBAOM. .\|. i Id Ian -\\ S< • kin • .i' 1 MAHLER. MlH< 1 M. SOMMERFlELD STEIN. *l GREENOERG GROSS. EPSTE'N. %  FRIEDMAN. I 111 | K.I GIL D E \ • SW >M IllV .-r-:.l' 'I. N ... ll KLEIN. H l-iiAV< >.;,.. :, I |||) .\ V R %  .. Ul R SCHLESINGER. MiAn A -. \\ u York l"lt> fi'*rdon l-''!!!.:.,! H.-lnOr Com Sisterhood s ..| of Temple 0c Ohm wiii "'I', 1 Thursday ex. "" %  : Temple Pi planned by Chairman Mrs Lawrence Wulkan MrMurray Boaenonrg u president of Sisterhood, and Rabbi Samuel April hi spiritual leader of the congregation. Insurance Co. Is Expanding Tobin and Rose Insurance Allencv founded in 1916. '" move M expanded quarters at 3915 Bicayna Blvd.. Miami, an Aug. IM"a change Its corporate name toTobui and Tobin Insurance Agacy. \nii.u.ncement of the ctll waae-aneda by Jack Tobln, paesi dent and Leonard Tobin, chairman oi the M vear-old insurano whii R %  %  windstorm, mol • LEGAL NOTICE 1. MM ULTZtR Temple Judea Names Director Sisterhood of Temple Judea. 320 Palermo Ave Coral Gables, an nounces the appointment of P> Ix>gan as cotillion director this forthcoming season. in has conducted cotillion chilis in Miami and Coral Gables (Or the past it> years, sperK.ii/:n_ in social dancing, traininpre teens and t.. and teaching adults she has also son ducted teen classes at the He.. Soci< ty for the Deaf, Yi nth Hall and the I Mrs. 1 %  A ill conduct for the 7th and 8th The Tih > the basic slips in teen and adult ces, and the 8th graders wi taught advanced steps in the -. dai.< %  The Cotillion Club will all boys and girls entering 7th and 8th grades this fall. No pre. training is i Paul Uet.bj.lcr is chairman of the pro gram. Moose Lodge Elects ZeStzer .1 I h at I or '.f the Miami B< %  < h I. I Zeltzer is one of the youngest members to hold the office, and he was also one Of thi charter members of the lodge. A resident of Dad* County for 13 years, Zeltier received a BA decree • &f Wayne State University end an LLB degree at the University of Miami. He is a member of the Florid., Bar and ihe Federal Bar and was admitted to practice before the United States Supreme Court. Zeltier and his wife. Ilelene. professionally known as singer Aileen France-, live on Hibiscus Island. Miami Beach. BB Award Goes To Commissioner faOUUge Kin^' .lr u. 1 receive the Man of the Year Award on Sept 11 at the Cam. ge House in O Beach Fla, Km-.: ia Bn • %  Comioner He is bail cited by i.' % %  B'n ii Bnth. -•. •• %  Tom %  Commissioner K LEGAL NOTICE • %  FOR CADE I %  DA RV NOTICE BY PUB CIT", N THEClFICl !" j ELEVENTH JLI; f JH, FLORIDA IN AND FOB 0 COUNTY IN CMANC6R5* No. Sc 1307 RV I.KSI.IR BSRI BlUf, \ I, 1/ i\V|R KII.HKN K\. ,. 1 I. I.II.1.1MI SUIT FOR DIVORCE TO VI %  I y .\\ • %  I .. I Link ..( I...i M ..IJ u „ P.ll IU.\ ,, *T, N.1--..U. IC.h.,tn.,V..11. I.IIWIK H11 i \ KSl.B, '..n\i>! .nil f..' rlvor>-. %  aralnal >••'". n>i > %  -. r\ % %  a eejiv ol v |>lre.dins In Hi. Uill III,. lM.onll'fill IKvK. C-OHKN. HHvj rN Ml \M1 I •• %  : || ..int .II or befon : %  ... | .;. • 1 •.'.,. T! • ,VISH %  %  IND FOR I FLr i C E T O CI %  %  %  %  %  %  SYLVAN M %  •~ .... Jcry, Fie .i. ii •A %  0 Fie fc. .'-! %  %  I % \v I .. I | I IN THE COUNTY IN AND FOR OA D • FLORlCA IN PPC!. No. ( V i NOT.CE TO I LEGAL NOTICE Empire State Club empire State Club of Florida held a Ladies Night on Thurkday at the Barcelona Hotel. L< I '.old chairman, said that non-member NewYark Mate Masons were also invited to attend. IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA N PROBATE No. S602S C IN 1: \\ ILL! \M .;,.!. K NOTICE TO CREDITORS n ilupl .-. I .. n i i the i.in..f ih. ;..| .i ... i:s LSoM K\ii.i\ AK I • •II -.1 ll'.n. i-.. LARD I IIKK-KM IN All..i i I NOTICE BY PIEL CATION ii, III Yl VHK HKUI ... ., it.1 l .i i %  ,. ., en ii • I'lalntlfi Hi ~ ;i.i:.-. w I,,.-... i. i s .. ,\ \\ nu tin II. %  • v i ... tin rj. ...... iii i M,i. i. .i .f h Hi, i"ii %  I I • \ II 11 • \ I.KATIII \: w 1 %  IN THE CIRTl IT COURT OF THE 1ITH JUOICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR DADE COUNT %  FLOR.DA IN CHANCERY No • ill MIL. CE OF PL BL %  %  • \N \ .in-.. Ihe I %  v. il I'.-), s.-lll I.M KN a I I III,.. ... I I hi I %  MAHVIN I .\ .". I >U|KHII I'Ul* '• Ml-nit. Plortda • %  IN THE CIRCUIT COURT O* THE I1TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT N AN3 FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORID* IN CHANCERY No. • C S429 lOHRPH M U.LM. Plain) ^ \ %  < PEAI KM, l %  • NOTICE BY PUBL CAT %  %  %  %  1JSJJJ .N THE C RCun ELI FLORIDA IN *'.; COUNTY IN C No I 1 M. NOTICE BY PUEi > il In .; %  11 I' \"i h. 11 'ktJV 1 ? ... %  %  YOUNG ISMAtL. _" .?_ %  ^^



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1 Page 4-B ^Jmistrhridicur Friday. August 27, \^.\ OMcer, and cCve members ot ,ho South f^^ZS^^oT^^l Shore Citizens Club o. Jheh annual p.cmc tokm <*£, *f ^^Lemry. Ceil Blum. L^Shl^Sr'Dor^Cen ggftgjlj-a-. '" ^ Max Goldhagen first vice president, Harry cha.r .s Elsie Tuhn. secretary. American Jewish Congress Women Open Season at Board Meeting Tuesday lay. at 10:30 a m., Mrs party of the Women's l>iyi>;.n on B Kaplan, president of the September 9. to be held at Joi Di si n. Amer. dan Ms ess -il] preside Mrs K • %  • the South Florida O i || %  Soviet national pi Cardiac Chapter Plans Weekend Miami Chapter of the Natmnal children's Cardiac Hospital plans f'JSSend at the Seville Motel Sver Labor Day. from Sept 4 to 6 In c h a r t e of reservations are M S Herman K.Ums. 2042JW Jh "er.. and Mrs Louis Wolfe. UBJ !" L4th Avi Proceeds are for the benefit of indigent patients regardlesj of race, color or creed. Included will be two brunches three full-course dinners, ocktaii parly, floor show, free chaises, and (ree jreen fees Mother-Daughter Luncheon Slated Sisterhood of TempR >r (Mom >planning smother-daughter lunch eon on Sunday. Sept 1, 12 SOpm in the Temple Auditorium There will be entertainment with music provided b) Mr.John Huff and back-to-school fashions featured rman for the affair is Mrs assisted b} Mes %  It sky. membership cochairman and M B :i:.:r MR. AMD MIS. AK0*m Aronsons Feted On Anniversary Mr and Mrs > S \r >l -\\ S4th I t 5t Uth M •n .41 rman; Samuel R nst. treeSC. w, %  v entatives lo the Division M 5 Hostin I w* n Biscayn. • %  '' sky. WilM resident iiam Brown t M. At in ( -4. i I'niiiy %  .' %  : %  Canter Rcnzer At Beth Torch i res are M • %  %  %  C the bri. Mr. pioi e Jeanette Stern. S I %  "' '" Registration Set At Menorah Temple • ented *mue\ Penchanskj and Jeanette duct ,. I. .. i k .111.,,......... no V..01C1. :. • rs 1 tors v dames Joseph Albuquerque. president of the Louise Wise Chap Religious let"; Jeanette Stem, president of : %  • W i t I' 1 Mcnorah DOO. announceregistration for Miami Chapter. Sylvia Silvers aU its departments will take place president of Justine Chapter, ami Sunday morning beginning at 9 Sy Reese, president of Biscayne a.m. The Religious School consists North Dade Chapter, of all-day kindergarten, Sunday Projected membership plans for School. Hebrew School and Condivision and chapter will be prefirmation Classes. sented by Mrs. Jack Shapiro, vice Rabbi Maver Abramowitz. spirpresident in charge of membership itual leader' of the Temple, and of the Women's Division, and in Herd Honor, director of educadividual chapter reports will be tion. will interview parents to help given by Mesdames Irving Perlyn, in the determination of the best of Biscayne Chapter; Delia Apple form of training and education for baum. of Justine Chapter; Louis their children Cohen, of Louise Wise Chapter; „ ,, and Russell Winer, Miami Chapter. Regular classes for all departments will begin on Monday afternoon Temple Menorah faculty includes Mim Laraine Friedman. Programs scheduled for the year both in division and chapter will be reported by Mesdames IrvMrs Herd Honor. Mrs. Yuvai '"g Quartin. v.ce President „f pro gram in the Women s Division, and William Brown, Biscayne Chapter; Irving Westin. Justine Chapter. Joseph White. Louise Wi-e (hap During the summer months. ^ anf Mrs Leo Q steinbc rg, MiOOmS Of Temple Menorah jm chapter. Financial Report will be present Kaihiotl. Mrs Charles Kusens, Mrs. Nathan Kobinowitz. Mrs. Nathan Stern, and Herbert Winer were refurbished. All classrooms painted and panelled, desks ( (| )% M| s ,, t njamin K ..m. n. 1. hed, and accoustical Mncia j secretary of v. • Deinstalled. Paratroopers Competent retary Women's Division Board n • %  '. ce V — (JTA shapi In '... Q .:• %  \ I Social Ad %  M< • to th< of the lake Th. %  le Slavitt, corresponcMnj sect ir of 1st i v tary. erWee* Alao Mesdames i-eonard Sider&f DEADLINE + Deadline for the SPECIAL SECTION of the ROSH HASHONA ISSUE, devoted to ORGANIZATIONS and RELIGIOUS GROUPS WILL BE FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 3rd. If your Congregation or Organization wishes to be represented and has not as yet sent in Greeting, call Mrs. Thompson at FR 3-4605 Jewish Radio Can Be Heard DAILY IN MIAMI WEDR-FM, 99.1 ENJOY ALL WEDR PROGRAMS: MIAMI'S JEWISH SCENE JAY BUSHINSKY 10-11 A.M., MONDAY-FRIDAY, NEWS, VIEWS & INTERVIEWS JACOB SCHACHTER'S YIDDISH PROGRAM 11-12 Noon, MONDAY-FRiDAY;3;15-4 P.M. SUNDAYS THE TORAH HOUR NARRATED BY RABBI TIBOR H. STERN, SUNDAYS 12 Noon THE JEWiSH PH'LCSOPHER SUNDAYS 1230 P.M. AGENDA FOR ACTION (AMERICAN JEWISH CONGRESS) SUNDAY 1 P.M. JEWISH WORLD, NEWS AND INTERVIEWS BY JAY BUSHINSKY, SUNDAYS 1:30 P.M. WEDR-FM, MIAMI'S COMMUNITY RADIO STATION % MMH



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Page 10-B V< eiiMj Mi^cs deceive £*n** 9 *v*nt Fass-Duchon Diane Leslie Kass and Howard Duchon will be married In the rammer ol 1966. The 1-ride-elect is the daughter of Mr-. Gertrude Fass and the late JVlr bouis Fas>. ol 2204 SW 13th St Her fiance is the son of Mr. and Mrs Peter Duchon. 619 SW" 26ta K.I Miss Pass is a senior at the University of Miami and will receive her Bachelor of Education degree in June of next >ear. She is vice president of Alpha Epsilon Phi Sorority. Mr. Duchon attended the University of Miami and will receive her Bachelor of Education degree in June of Next year. She is vice president of Alpha Epsilon Phi Sorority. Mr Duchon attended the I'niver. My of Miami, where he was affiliated with Tau Epsilon Phi Fraternity. He will be attending the Medical College of the Virginia School of Dentistry in the fall. Nash-Katz Mr and Mis. Martin P. Naafa, 4414 Toledo St.. (oral Gables, an nowce the engagement of their r, Nancj Susan, to Charles hard Katz, son ol Mr. ami Mrs. : i rlando, Fla. Miss Sash graduated from Coral I io >] and attended iy c;i Georgia, she will m 'ho l .; with a d a % rity. KaU attended rad, ty of 1 rida, ( and Comi tlj employed i account oxocuUvc for an OrUndo television station. He was a mem C ot Tau Epsilon Phi ngw* An August. 1966. wedding I planned. Greenteder-Holberl Mr and Mrs Sonny Gwenfeder, of 982 Lenox Ave., Miami Beach, announce the engagement olthei; daughter. Florence, to W i 1 1 a r d Charles Holbart. The groom-to-be is the son of the late Mr. and Mrs. Leon ll"ll.ert. of 4015 NW 4t,h St. The future couple both gradu ated from Miami Beach Senior High School and attended the l mversity of Florida. The wedding is scheduled for Nov. 28 at the Algiers Hotel Friday. Aug ust 27. 1965 Who's Who' Lists Youth Director Jerry Carver Miami li'nai B r |rn I %  mated lor MISS nottna WMM W. in.i Kahn i MISS DIANt fASS 500 Children Attended Summer Day Camp at Greater Miami YM-YWHA MtSS NANCY NASH Socialite by Wairen. %  • nenl • : m< •• i Senior High '• rrie was a June graduati HELP WANTED MALE SHEET METAL MECHANIC HI 4-626? rove the i c h o o 1 and editor of the -.inM.i newspaper She has r< ceived an academic scholarship to Bead College in Portland, ore and is leaving this week. Selma and Johan Berman arc saying to friends they have made in the Greater Miami area over the past many years as been active in I ji 11 i. National Fund and B'nai Ith, BS has s< ima. who also da Haii. i list "i club ende ov en Bekn a Incidentally, ia pas) president ol the Emma Lasarus Group ol ll. New the Barmana are paam to make their li\ es part of their i r_. .ii work 'l hey're ing here to become permanent 11 in Tel A\ i\. Israel. • \mi.i and Benjamin Raphael I'.i i 1 July. 1915, In Bridgeport, Conn., honored by their children on Aug. 22 o D Joe and Harvey Bresler, with wives Laona and Bar! Invited the anniversary couple's ,\. :• %  circle ol friends to join th< m at the Sunday, mid-aftero cocktail part] at Skytop Drive in :i bold, Conn. The Gel Wed ling celel rants -u'.\ Bridgeport home, but also mainnee in M i Bi ad tests al th< ti stivi. include i Neu Yorkers Di ami Mrs H.i> F r i e d, another rl time resident "i M i;. ch Men's Club Will len Activities Sundii>. Sept 5. at 10 a.m.. the regular fall breakfast meetings of the Men's C'hib of Tifrreth Jacob will begin Opt COOK WANTED by MIAMI liACH TMHA. Tweaty Hears Weekly. Cell Mrs. Weinstetk Jf 1 sait One of the prime functions of the Aleu'.s Club is to assist in the raising of funds fer the Temple. The committee in charge of pro( warns and activities has many si* ianovataone under consideration. More than 500 children attend ed the recently-completed YM and YWHA Day Camp, according to Paul Faske. president of the V M and YWHA. The itafi was under tin dire. Ubn of the executive director. Efraim H Gale, and supervised by Burton Garr. Part u ipating on the staff of Day Camp wei e • Director* \l %  J Instructors %  Counselors I %  in K .! • ,| %  C.l. Ill Ron OHIU ': I,.. I !. %  %  • OM'ce St.iM and Di ivers .. '.' .: I hj S| 11 n I Children participating from tin Miami ai d Southv est %  i i %  %  Km • I I ||(i I' %  %  %  %  • i I K %  k %  ',. HO|M 1.1. \' Uii.n/ Mall ,1. l-.m.i \1 IT. I. MHI hhall. I %  i i, \||. lix. lann, i Klrh M ii. r T'-I.I MtUvr. I l; i i. I I' .i.' lovakj. RSsWi n Nli ntIMI. i-ail N.I,' \ 1 I'.-rsr. r. M ,ili H. -ii. Pi Hal AJD) I % %  .! i '•> I'otaab, J.:i r ...-ii .1.. ..1, n,. n Jot) 1:71,1.11 -. Knthv Kill' Ma I'.'Ml Sell. %  Bl .1 %  %  Uaii SI Sh. vln, \ l> Ml %  11 l|.-|.|l %  1 youth Hint 'ix.-n nosninclusion In "J*?^ NShoin the South ami Sou.l.ue^ annua1 puMication ol **** i„ America," for I9I> \ former high achool le.u-her Jd coach at Nea York UnH-rarty, Carver has been aaaoclnlnd with B'nai B'ritfi youth OrgnokaUan rortheP-tWyp rt r S B p i„. wa* employed at ana^auper visor for the Greater Miaanl •'• is .enter. ASOCitJOn. foreninne. 1 the present YM and Ww*C.rver is a eroste f the City Collee*. Nw Vorlc. whit. h* r>rr of Mian %  • 1 froi Count) area wen ; K I II %  %  ., II %  I'. 1. M %  I: Adath Yeshurun Names Principal V engaged BS a pie Ad .1 t r run .ix-ipal of Re> UklOUS M-tV \. He 1•" of Ike Illinois Sehi rechne "., BS dv 1 ,1 He also atti Vei I ted .. h r % %  1: s. !.-... hi IT TO %  %  I:, .II h an %  %  %  1 %  1 1 %  1 Lynn %  11. I. u.i.n. r..Diu \\ IMom l>' HI-^U-^II K.-s*' r. i. I< Kfuanir, KH I '• %  %  .. IM I'.. .11 I.. If.!. I If Matnter. 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day. August 27, 1965 k Jfnlsr rkridTtor Faqe 13-A [abbi Litenatsky loins Faculty Of lebrew Academy labbi Zev Litenatsky, Ottawa, narta was named administrative Ejstan't and Dean of Boys of the br.w Acdemy of Greater Mi B. Louis Merwitzer. president, iounced Wednesday. addition to the teaching of nnid in the school's Junior High partim-nt. he will also be in rgo of the Academy's guidance pram, supervise extra-cuxricuaitivitHS. and administrate the Lrcw curriculum. porn and educated in Montreal, J>bi Litonatsky holdi a BA tree from Sir Georo* Cdlego I Montreal and wat ordained Rabbinical College ef rstraal in 19*0. Ottawa, he >crvcd as super of thi Hii:h School Departof the H i I le I Academy, as %  s faculty member of the lowIhool pr to this, he was on the facrt the I'nited Talmud Torah ptreal for three years, where -. ved in a supervisory ca. • .. i| thi I -'it branch || in full administrative : : itsk %  is .ill %  I %  • %  National Executive Inai v rlc • i t I is (lanadian Dalor 1 %  5 toi Excellent Mosit ned v o i c %  • %  • %  'S ci 1 conqreqntion. Write \, Ec. 2973, N\ mi, fla. 33101 J During the Week ...As I See It %  AMI ZfV UJfNAJSKY Rabbi Litenatsky i married and will be living with his wife, Deborah, and four children at 3168 Prairie Ave„ Mi. inn Beach. ibi, Teaclier, Cantor, \ il Koray, Baal Tokea position. Please give fall details. Write S.P., ox 2973, Miami 33101 '. IVANCE Your Hebrew! j [in No. Miami Beach. Conver-I I, Grammar, etc. — ALSO HI-1 FOR ABSOLUTE BtCINNfRS! TO BEGIN! Phone: 624 971? NOWI I Miami Youth Back From Year in Israel lacob 1 lanii I Azulaj. ton of R and Mrs Shimon Azulay, I \: : .•:. v. %  No Miami Beat h, jear "i • \. din il K' rem B'Yavne c. ISonor.v II ll %  i < he wll tinue ( %  ation .ii the H e b r e w fh li i olli e in Ski i,i religious teacher in the Chicago area and a k.i-iiruth supervisor ("r the Chicago Rabbinical Council He already has an AB degree in history and education from Roosevelt inner ally in Chicago. Continued from Pag* 4-A fleets some of the second think ing many Jews are giving to the excessive professional Jewish identification with the Negro cause to the exclusion of more germane Jewish concerns. It also, incidentally, sadly if accurately corroborates the Von Hoffman report in the area of paradoxical Negro bitterness toward Jews and their NAACP stickers. Says Dr. Hertzbcrg: The Jewish community must, of course, lend its weight to every area of I the battle for Negro rights and to every aspect of the concern for Negro misery." Having made Seminary Provost At Installation atendell Selig, chairman of the Committee tor the installation of Rabbi Sol Landau, who has recentIj assumed the pulpit at Beth Da vid Congregation, announces thai I>r. Bernard Mandlebaum, proi of the .ieish Theological Semin ary. will be installinj officer at a i in to be held i evenii Si ptember 12, a1 : PI s of thi i nity. alancs ha\ e %  his proper obeisance, he rightly warns: "The Jewish community has a duty to regard Negro lead ership as accountable for any anti-Semitism that prevails in the Negro com munity. Our awareness of the enormous pools of deprivation which feed it is no argument for excusing it." The JTA story reporting the Los Angeles riots is an example of excuse based on professional Jewish commitment to a principle and a cause, iiie Von Hoffman dispatch tells far more of the truth. kGOGUE OFFERS NfW HIGH HOLY PAY PRAYER BOOKS [PHILIPS] of a very rr.-isormble price. 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Pctje 4-A •Jenistncrktiar Fridcy. August 27, jgy -Jewish Floridian OFnCE and PLANT — 120 U. Sixth Street Telephone FR 3-4605 Teletype Communications Miami TWX 305-696-4869 8r..c. Nat.or.. Edrte""' '""p Fi r d Pr.i AM". FRED K. SHOCHET Editor and Publisher LEO MINDLIN Executive Editor BELMA M. THOMPSON Asst to. Publisher SUBSCRIPTION RATES: to*l r *' „ mtm %  On. V..r SS00 ThfM VSSri SI 2-01 Out of Towi Upon Ko-tit at rW ntfsrfcu)dt* 4vgrt:—d h It* t-l-;-wiVolume 38 Number 35 Fridav. August 27. 1965 29 Ab 5725 David Ben-Gurion Lion's Stature David Ben-Gurion is the wounded lion of Israel. It is scd to see the last angry growls of this great leader as he cttemDts to wrest control of •he Marxri Party from Prime Min.5-er Eshkol. We have spoken in these columni often enough about the r.ature of the rift which caused Mr. Ben-Gurion to s:r.! different vw. The Herald story begins with a descrittfcj of the arrival of Or Martin Luther King at the airport and %  *.$ ln subsequent detail about the reaction to his presence, whu-. ann... entry was typical of the general Negro attitude toward V who preach non-violence, condemn civil disobedience and operation with the slower expressions of government ret Von Hoffman quotei one WatU area rititea as dedai ed Negro • no contact with us The> doi • krx*. us. th'-v don't know how we feel or what wi want an> o Mr White Man THl BITTtt fAllUIH Of HICB0 UNDl 8STANDINC CONTINUES THE INTERVIEW: W. ** %  \ %  But the geni .... ess si ..... ... %  %  %  • t the at noteri • k< i viewed, si %  til berj For in the en : plicity b. ntal appears all • K glib and facile in • of the larger Negro deprivations and needs And our cmi uh hearts prompt ui to feel foolish about our disturbance over th. ents m Lea Angeles, where the downtrodden "men • somewhat more eloquently to burst the chains asunder of their and oppr< ssjon These are tide issues as is the sad and ultimate fact thai have played a long and at times extremely difficult role in th. in. rights movement now finally bearing fruit which too manv \ teem determined to stain, while at the same time staining tt without whose efforts the) might easily be far further behind in IBM drive toward equality •:• -i-iJtWISM CONTKIBUTIOM A TIKKIBLl FA8AD0X •JHE PRINCIPAL ISSUE is that the Negro MM the Jewish fontl button in terms of a terrible paradox hvpothetical Saul •> of fashionable Bel Aire, and the NAACP sticker on the window Watts area liquor store who alleged!) cheati the Negro of I the community'i none) and who is also lomehow vaguely rfor his total oppression These are, of course, clear!) ting views of what ,n •%  'But I do not believe one should be herd put l ai whether it is th, .ITA or Miami Herald report in which Th.. JTA rtorj wen if unwittu : %  with %  %  1 U disol %  than in pi rhe Von Hot tor) in ll • • %  I .lew: %  • i %  • Ii d SI S0MI SICOHD THOUGHTS OH OUt IDlNTIfKATlOHS y^N ARTICLE BY I,, \ hur llert/'.er. in the Sumthe Journal of Jewish Communal Service qi arteri) p of tin National l onfi rein.• of .1. wish i oDimuiul Service esai % % %  '; e %  %  : ''!> Rbbi Heruberg ipiritual leader of Temi uei m Bngtowood N.i. predicts an end to Jewish Bnanc. nations in the evil rights field Declares Rabbi Hertsbei Jews with primary commitments in m ,. fj t .|d „f n v,| righl and are song outside the Jewish community into teni n izations" "Our major Jewish orfsniaettoaa, whit tbeii sole contemi '" : are engi their RabbiHertrb. %  A 1 Coftinued on Page 13-A



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ost 27. 1965 •knlstfhrMtor Page 15-A. Gurion Faces Mapai Court v. m ** m] (left), star of the hit Broadway show "Fiddler on examines with Isaac Stern, the violinist, president I-rio: %  r. Israel Cultural Foundation one of four oriqI actor that he gave to the Foundation. They Kent to Israel by the Foundation for exhibition in the | The pr<' n was made at the Americaise, the Foundation's i.ew headquarters in oik City Mostel left last week for Spain to star flm version of "On the Way to the Forum." with Luther iking "Fid la. kta Classes Hold Meeting lh and twelftl • the Mesivta See• VI o i P T. : % %  the school Ml n R G oss, pnn%  this was to :i. the ua f • top at ony of our_ *, modern flLNER hotels iv*nintl\ located MGHOUT America! .SO Per Dey IntMet: (Hi if-FV SION • All. TIONrNG • THE SATH brAll-TO WAIl CAJIINO ODIN FUINI,"INC M*IY DICOATtO IOOMS tOMFUTE HOTEL SERVICE ifih.1 MiiNfn Moreii V • I iO'9€ ••j I o^ Sotei |lj •," -i • r and .NER HOTELS strut • Senior lll)iv raham drnner and ne .n* m b t i of the %  d's He re* [acuity and Ro ah ei Yeshi*.. ted the Hebi en ind ,miculum. Alexandt r Moskovrttz, chairman of tl I 1 rustees, anthe i ,i v ;•M iMNlalul far thi k, when .. complete report of .: • .HI., itiee would be pre • n t • < !., .•* ol the Mesivta Soninr -. h ol eg I n Monday. • -,.I.I "•• %  *ifi ._ Norton Tire Will Open New Store \,.n '".p.'nv hM • % %  -,.,,i L as I i '" open ., ne* store I MM Btoeayne Bh ; Presidem Sortoi PaHot said the ,,-i, w III be I le nth installation n, j,. %  l i "t stores H eetead to i li i the nation's B F Godricti ,., |, .: ivii • been founded here in | i Louis l 'allot current ( hairmen ol the board Continued from Page 1-A cut with Achdut Avodeh for the No ventber elections. Now, ho de dared, "Rafi is the real Mapai." He charged that there had lately been "a reign of terror" in the party and that •honest people" like den MoatM Dasan and Shimon Peres could not accept that situa tion. Gen. Dayan resigned earlier this year as Agriculture Minister In support of Ben-Gurion's challenge Peres resigued for the same reasons aDeput) Defense Minister The Secretarial action in suspending Bcn-Gurien and his fol• was ihallenged by li.iii on i u n d s that t !i •• Ben Gurion backers h.ul not been invited t r > that The challenge .i sust, ined l>> the Tel Avh disti It; Mapai central commit tee thi re i| on dismissed i h e BI er 5e i I and promptlj ected all of its memlx rs except ii ters i hie ol the re D Gen. Dayan resigned from the Secretariat a few days later, as di-J Uri Fe : nerman. They said they were doing so in protest against the Honor Court's effort to expel Ben-Gurion and his backers. However, it was not believed that Dayan and Feirerman would |oin Rafi. In .i n o I h i the %  i as ..:i in .-• : i. r.s" Rafi • li.it l rael's Education Execs Receiving Aids In %  for the fall,term ol .le i ish schi cational matei i. re now being distribul •o i illlVi tOl "I ll i in announcement b> Joseph Cohen, president nl I'M H| Je i ; i r.iiui atiOfl The Bureau's publications ine school calendar for the year, indicating registration from 29 t h r o a g h Sept 12, I classes in Sunday School Deei ts beginning on Sepl 12. The Bureau has made available to all schools its standard curricuRini for "nr [lay a week selmols an,I fur three cek Hebrew Departments The Bureau's cunrteuli>in guide outlines the leashing ol ils and a cycle ol Jewish personalities from Abraham until todaj The Bureaa also has distributed its special bulletin for the High Holidays Festival I Suk loth. .1 description of new t exl • I over the pasi year and a her's kit winch outlinethe methods ol teaching the various 1 ts security had been weakened recently. The Premier told an election rally that he was "not at all sure that security has suffered as a result of the recent resignation of the senior member of the Defense establishment." This was clearly a reference to Peres T" Premier added that "perhaps the opposite is true." He said he could; not then she details on proirre-s in Israel's military defenses but added that "the public will see for itself in the near future." *• %  %  > > 10-DAY ritrisK 2nd & 4th Tuesday Each Month Year Round TO THK BAHAMAS I. S. Coul iioei444meeaflttsaTJMa < Bs4,VV. For aaaoua. Color Folder, Saaatta Writei the •iedhoSj •ee••• Any way you figure it... THE FINEST^ WELCOME O^4 TO GREATER MIAMI IS WELCOME v WAGON A visit from our hostess will miVa. | you feel at homa, with her basket of gilts ana. answer* to questions about the city, its services and facilities. Just call Wekoi Aagon HI *V4t94 tak) ataaaa W let at kaee tea** Rama. 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r~e i:A +Jtmf*fkrk/tor Friday, hm/m B Auschwitz Guards in Dock TIT S D leant* aad ••Jjer peri: she A_*ctona murder (i.Bensena -ee* inf Qe*-n nther d*en. when trie c-p ira opened in oec-jpied F *. a o d ana January j^he~ tre :i-p •rnS nj 5 tr.ai mated r. %  if-—T S^e *•'** *" > bnen %  —mlrrl of %  aular en ,r had betr. The six Jnee gi %  •men ces — %  *.. %  ere former SS I and complicity in murder .c %  Franz Hoffmann. S9. former S? enntair cor.ticted of rr.erder ir -: one case and complicity in M iea't case? thre* of n*n.h %  neahmd i*. >•: 7*0 v..-urn*. Oiw.m Kadwk. 59. former SS wy irf feund fwftty of murder in at least '8 c$es and compWcrry m et htest 1? case*, one <* wh.ch ,n,oled at least I.** .crims; ~ner block ieider nanvielnd • .. %  olved • r. .-act-. ; e-ch load K. er S ei feand eu..t> in l %  I i—irr and cm at lea* ris eMM n* WIM 2* victim* and F.m:'. Bednarek J8. a pr turned trial > cm rind of mur-wr in at eat 14 ca-es Kaoer Mu.ka M, formrr a 1 i?t?ma*an nt-*rrfrrHed to 14 eearv the lonaev Bl BM icra • Time served before and durinfl the trial will be deducted from the sentences. Many of the convicted defendants are II Jill 0 appnm me, *•• —ek &f • do M. .irfendnnim %  %  unnn^t iUrIWnej" re r pkthat tVy had only obeyed or> • %  : %  <, 3 — -"' "Bi He *id that H ne^Ofe. Uke to nay the*e met guiit> becans* tht\ ww / 1 small co* in u""hm.. LAST1 2 DAYS COCONUT 6R0YE PLAYHOUSE HrtawMl & rl tanar, 3500 Main Hifnwiy. Urn". HI 5-2581 HOT ATTIACTIO* W0W.D m MIERMOHBAY.AOG WT. Ltt DENNIS TRACY KING A We* C f e? cy o*> __ fO !%  -| FERT KOJOfTI ten II statements and the T9>ef mm p anan—lm i *n6 nnrejsse a*h n an n nn The wr. %  na—i descriWd oeta.is of atrocities so ntonstrovs "ij! spextetors became HI. A long and nrisi i — | MI e rO e red of hew the cef rn fintt ten *> trampled, mriiippec!, str>e. tortwred • nd froze their rctims to death. ... n>. SUN RENT A CAR :: v 65 DODGES Wk. 6c mi. $15 301 23rd Street Miami Beach Ph. 532-5502 WINNfR OF • ACAOCMY AWAKOS nr$r Pfcratf mx mtmmnm. awr ncint tfotcf CMOt. am wncii* *• ADDREY HEPBURNREX HARRISON. rcoKftoee nour—art—* mow ot—a nm %  %  '' LINCOLN THEATRE, LINCOLN ROAD MUMU MAOiwancg' I H rtA *' T ,J %  LOG! J0 J75 J 5 PEItOIMANCtS A' : f* MAtiNtfS • IMM !.:ss;s (OX 0'Ct OffN 10 30 lo • JO Announcing, BOSTON POPS Concerts SATURDAYS 2 P.M. Presented by AUTO RADIO COMPANY l -'' %  •• ard AUGUST BROS. BAKERY • & rz 5 STUtlKUT ROOF DINNER-DANC'NG NtGHTLV TO ThE MuSiC CF MAL MALKIN HIS PIANO AND HiS ORCHES'RA U.tjr.ag SUE LAWTON Superb Con: nentll Dininfl \,'-T V tte STARLIGHT LOl V6E tor b-tatt*'-: fkm Rafat.'Por.-tt on Accord';-* • Ho Ce**r. No V "i*m DORM a" %  • r-et • .<* 09fh Strait .?-' fl^tc* r?S4 -O i/5 ?UJVCG SOUTH FLORIDA'S GOOD MUSIC STATIONS AM 1060 KC. 10,000 Watts FM-105.1 MC. -160,000 Watts ji-p/i* r K2VI11



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idcv. August I" .365 + §fl%+nrrl(tt**r Page 5-B l^atc ^/Jitcfitst ^/j rides Csxchanae LVcaaincj Uows c"7' V Rcthman-Cohen Mi I %  '' 1: ""' I i Cantor I < I ,,K r p e non) is ll. [I '••' %  "1 Mi •hen, 1811 SW t N g] m iS •.' • MO Of Mr. fry Rothman and the late M I n Rothmsn, of Vine( casion, the brkle choae • n of silk organxa an Ltliiy i e styled orttb a fitted Ece i rlaid with lace, and tea£ &coop necklioe and long j v es. The iheanh skirt waist to-hemline lace paneli soft pleats falling to :i ^l>l train, iatron of honor :i< Mrs Rollf Rael. Miss J IV > Hothman m maid 'if honor, and brideslidincluded the Misses Karen Xjman and Elaine August, and Nuatbaum i.irr> Lipmuii was best man. and [her' were Mark Rael. Mark rn. 1 aul Stein, and Roberl hen %  he bri is a graduate of Miami hot High School and Miamide Junior College The groom ht tu V'ineland S e n lor High i, ol • d the University "f Mi jcktai • and dinner followed at l ; Guests included the le's, two maternal grandparents, and Mrs. Charles Perateman, i< ei • • bidents ol Miami Beach, pat< rnal grandparanta, Mr Wernei K MAS. MKHAll .% JNf A.ni.r Kahn MffS. tOUfS IOTHMAN and Mrs Ban Cohen, of [rvtngton, bert N.J. Anth Following a tour of the eastern part of the United States, the couple will live in Philadelphia. Pa. WoJfson-Fox The former Jessie Ann Pox and Bernard Wolfson will live In Coconul Grove after their wedding trip t" Mexico and California. The couple exchanged marriage vows on Saturday, Aug. 21, at Doral Country Club, with Rabbi \irns Kipper officiating The bride is the daughter of Dr and Mrs Sidnej Fox. ol 1430 Siena y.r Coral Gables i m is the son of Mrs Henry Wolfson and the lute .Mr Wolfson. of Miami. N'ewlywed Mrs W o 11 on is a luate "t the t'ruvei sity ol Miami School ol Business. •j he .'i iom is a graduate of the t Diversity ol Florida and l nivi r sit) of Miami La • 'I. He wi j HI Pi and Phi Alpha Delta • Warner-Berkowitz I is now .'arncr •| he r '' %  wedding N WS on Sundaj Vui .. %  %  \ Hotel. Dr Hi rberl Ba imgard ofiic iated The bride is the daughter of Mr. Mi vi %  Berkowitz, STL'.H hel ingek), Coral Gables The ooan ithe son : Mrs John War' ner and the late Mr Warner, of >t Petersburg, Fla Matron of honor for her sister was Mrs Leon Newler. Miss Linda Berkowiti was maid of honor Best man was l.eon Newler. and u-hcrs Included Pan' Cohen. GllE. Allan Becker MRS. BIKHAKO WOUSOM Geller, Murray Gotfried, and on\ Lawrence. • • Hi A'arnei iti d I mi Sei or High e L'niver I .-. ol pi sidenl ol BZB ter B'nai B'rith Girls, in Mi iated from N Y,,rk I and lei ved In the S Navy. He belonged to Aleph '.,I nited States "Grnssinger's is really a family." says Mrs. (i. "It began that way. with my father and mother and my husband helping. But everyone who visits us gets to belong to us." 9 our projects m Israel arc named after her—a rest home In Safed. a forest "ii Mount Canaan, a medical center in Tel Aviv,and a hall at the Hebrew I mversit} in Jerusalem. (rlnvn, which justly prides itself on its connoisseur kosher cookine. was recently honored with the Gourmet Culinary Merit Award "in recognition of its originality and excellence ... in food preparation and service." J Han) Standard Brands prodm ts — Plantei • <' „„ %  ,/ in Ik %  kill her, i You i peel 1 1 '.'•*. %  %  %  ingredient! mom i •"" bu) here are two *pei tai %  GR0SSINGERS FAMOUS SVKFET POTATO & PRUNE TZIMMES 4 cups (f ? pounds) prunes .ut ^4 cup flulot • 1 Vr taps sat %  • sd • 1 CUP 2wr Soak pniM 1 In botlbm water %  !' %  %  asidi Heat Planters I 'en. Brown I eel and onions. Sprli ••. < s.,11 and pepper. < our: k ovei I I .,• 1 hour. \dil undrained prunes, tweet potatoes, honej clove*, .ninjni.'n. Replace cover loosely icoofc over low heal for I 10 I '; hour*, Of un:.l beet is tender. I -or b to s gourawta> GROSSINGER S FAMOUS NOODLE NUT KUGEL ns %  i cup Drown sugar, firmly p.i %  up golden seedless raisins p ciopr '1 Planters fliancfiel %  ids 'i cup Planti Peanut Oil 1 tablespoon lemon JUH Vi teaspoon sai! • tea poon nutmeg 4 cups (8-ounce box) cooked broad noodles 2 tablespoons drv line bread crumbs Heal eggs and sugar until flulfx. Slir in raisins, almonds. Planters OB. lemon juice, sail, nutmeg. Fold in cooked noodles; turn into l'i-quart lightlv oiled casserole. Sprinkle wilh bread crumbs. Itake at 3M F. 30-39 minules. or unlil browned. Series 6. /f.'it it in, e of Jennie to %  'hare her special recipes with > n/nv them now, tare them lor the feilne da) I ahead, and let good ingredients like Planters Oil help bring the great Grosslnger's touch to your cooking. Interested m the Grossinger storj Watch for Quentin Reynokts' new book. Jennie Went To tint Country, to be published shortly bs \iking. Zlhe intellectual beverage, genius awakening, the perfumed men dunk of the friends of lUah i festive i ",". fragrant as mm e—so poets ting the praises

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lay. August 27. 1965 •JMcft Ihrlli r Page 7-B §4 lyritics in \.'< ows Bntinoed from Preceding Psge „f while butterfly roses and %  hanotis W i t h a eoraafe of ,. hybrid white orchids la the tovdywed Mrs Sinoff graduated n Miami Senior High and the tj of Florida, where she an officer of Alpha F.psilon Soionty and >\veetheart of Tan lilon Phi Fraternity She plans work toward a Masters he groom graduated from La till i v n School in JaekaonTille the Iniversity of Florida, pre he VII chancellor of Tan 0on Phi Fraternity, member Florida Blue Key Leadership tjtraitjr an ind Lee M Caster on Suada). 30 |> in with Uabln Malavsk) officiating the ceremony, the bride • ., satin peau de soi< till) Uu e The pill trerj mil silk I iridi • naids incl i la Duren and %  l; I '' • %  .i ••• il .". ..' i eived a BA, and it i University, where cd with .in M \ ID of Mr and Mrs v. Dove, liarland. Miami Beach, went to %  Miami and is now th Medical Callage of %  I Dentistry, Ton ; llowi 'I the 11 ran '' • m rlu cot pie will live imond, \ .i • Hirt-Kaufman l the for in i r ktisj \\ ••! I. I K tin MRS. RAKRY SINOff >e J s£ on %  i JsT %  kV, MRS. Iff M. CASH* liisr A v N i: T i: it 11 A C JE 340 Biscayne Boulevard • Miami, Florida FACING BISCAYNE BAY "WHtRl TMf STARS AND HIAVtN JOIN YOUR flSTIVimS" AT THE BtAUTIFUl NEWLY DKOSATfO SI AIILMPII I IIALMKOOM SEATING UP TO J00 WEDDINGS if BANQUETS • LUNCHEONS CATC ir CONFIRMATIONS itRECEPTIONS • MEETINGS III X u icily Koikfr fmeiUtitt Available U to the last silver ashtray, Engagements, > ^L weddings, Bar Mitzvahs, Birthdays — deserve our very special handling. Parties Item 2 5 to 500 • Call Morris Wakdnun it B-5731 far • an appointment | • He'll bt happy to discuss your plan*. 9 No so liiation, of course. Waldman DiCTABV LAWS STMICTLV OtJONW (F) AT 43rd STWCET, M'AM HEACM Ellyn Hita Kaufman and Mr. Fred Denis liirt. For her wedding on Sunday. Aug. 22. the bride ehoae a >iik organza •-own with imported lace and a lull tram She carried a bouquet ol white orchids. Officiating at the 6 o'clock rites was it..bin Robert liirt. brother oi the groom. Newlywed Mrs Hirl is the liter of Mr, and Mrs Bdward Kaufman. 5610 SW 93rd Ave. The i loom ithe so,, ,,| || r g, Herman Sumara, of 5 Pinta ltd., and the late Mr Samuel Hut. Matron of honor was Mrs. John Schwebel Miss Sandra Weinstein was maid ol honor Claudia Haul man acted as junior bridesmaid for her sister. Bruce Bourgeois was bast man, and ushers in.Uuled Steve Levlne, Itichard Pawllgar, Harold Ijeiner. ami John Schwebel Robert Kaufman acted as junior usher. Newl>wed Mrs HJH j s a graduate of Southwest High School, and is employed as a dental assistant. Mr. liirt is a graduate of Coral Gables High School and the University of Miami, where he received a degree in business administration, lie is employed by the Baxter Pharmaceutical Laboratories. Reception followed the ceremony it Temple Nei Taaud. Alter a hon c.Miioon in Jamaica, the couple Will live ill Ml. Prospect, ill. Coopcrsmith-Cohen Miss Annette ((hen. daughter ol Mr and Mrs Seymour Cohen, 1811 SW Mth Ter and Edward Coopersmith n i ol Dr. and lavid -v. i Diai tv s itur 21, al the DiLido Hotel -.; I nd Cant • the o clock < oi II cere iony • • neon lac at I ..me and I on the ilim : ll remov al le chi tram scattered with lace applique. Her mat! I I and lace c i had a triple tier ol French illusion, Matron of honor was Mrs. Michael Weisberg. Miss Linda Cohan \>.is maul oi honor Bridesmaids included the tfiaees Sin ila Hyatt. Leslie Evans. Karen I'eict/man and Vivian Weinberger. Junior hhdeeraaid was Bitten Hell and Elizabeth Cooperamith, Qowergirl. George Cooperamith was best man, an ( | ushers included Mich.n i Weisberg, Carlos Kuperamith, Jefl icv Kat/. and .Neil Fvans Jaffa > 1'eret/maii A, is junior usher The bride is a Coral Gables H ite and will attend the School oi Languages al Madrid. 'i be ., r o o m is ,i graduate ol St uthwesl High School, atten the University oi Miami, an.I inow a student at the Universitj ol Madrid Medical School, Reception featuring cocktails and dinner followed al the DiLido Alter ,i honeymoon through the eastern t nite I States and southern Europe, the couple will live in Ma • liid. Spain • Nathanson-Spahn Mis. Barbara Jo Spahn becami the bride of Elias Nalhanson on Sun da j afternoon, Aug 22, at Temple Beth Am, with Rabbi Her lu it Baumgard officiating. The bride is the daughter ol Mr and MrLarrj Bogm r, 1131 SW Mth Cl Miami The ..: oom is -on of Mr and Mi s J ilius Nathanson, of l.aurelton, N Y. The bride chosi an i np re go* n of linen and l.uc in .oi A line design, The portrait neckline and bell sleeves were trimmed in lace, and the bride carried B bOUQUel ol white roses Maid of honor was Miss Ann Margulis. cousin of the bride, and Debra Greenwald was junior bridesmaid Helen Bogner, sister Of the bride, served as flower girl. Mare Watson served as best man. and tnhers included Glenn Wat son and Mitchell Bogner. brother I ot the bride. The former Miss Spahn is a irraduatc of sMiibu.-t Hieh SchiHil and attended Harcwm Junior <\>Ilee. Byrne MBWT. Pa. Mr. Nathanson is a graduate of Continueder Pea* B-B \S i,, I k.tlitl MRS. FIED M*RT Wen i. MRS. EDWARD COOPERSMiTH T%& On lb* ocean at anianu beach A new standard of elegance on Miami Beach. Superbly f planned and executed weddings, luncheons. business meetings M ranging from 10 to 1000. OR ejrii a mia ml country club setting Spaciousness is the keynote of your affair amidst the plushness of the Doral Country Club. Weddings, confirmations, banquets are enhanced by the country club atmosphere of this resort-esute. for complrft details, please call JVfr. T>a\id Kotae, Director of Food and Bevtraf Doral Beach Hotel and Country Club JE 2-3600 t\ fMJi* .&~v aewfi "aw*-** SUPERB CATERING IN A LUXURIOUS NEW SETTING Miami's newest, most beautiful accommodations tor weddings, club luncheons, banquets, bar mitzvahs. card parties, confirmations, receptions, etc. Parking on premises. For groups from 15 to i500...superb cuisine. fine wines, experienced, personalized attention. Call Joseph Meyers, Cateting Manager, 379-8861. DUPONT PLAZA HOTEL MIAMI Want To Make \n Impression? FOR YOUR NEXT ATERED AFFAIR... WcdOii .• B.i' I tivah ,• Oinear P^-ly or Luncheon CaU Mr. Mosa • •'•MII* if I-334S MN fi" eailuai UTMOATK jTOTV&RS 00 West Avenue Miami Btach



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^ lay. A u?u527, 1965 */PH/*# ITUrHlrtr Paqe 15-3 LEGAL NOTICfi N0 TiC= UNDER lloiirta "" NOTICE UNDER r ifT.TlOUS NAME LAW ,.!,: C ,, ilHRHBT GIVEN '"• I tire ••• "* '" • %  \v. • %  DMMU BY HENRY LEONARD ,... ..( IM'l N V. i %  • i Florida Intend* ...... u ith 111' '•• rk of I'a.le Co • '" VIITIMVMT %  iruvr 'MAN .iiil '"' %  ._ Mi..ml. lie. s ?T. /*-H-17 NOT CE UNDER nCT.TIOLS NAME LAW HI MY OIVKfl lng la mow in III) .in.' i % xv H iih Ih %  '• rK ol | • i •** %  '..nun .II.I HAVE %  %  LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE 5V PUBLICATION 'ME CiRCl. 'T COURT or THE I NTH JUO'C'AL CIRCUIT OF f IDA IN *NO FOR DAOE 01 NTV N CHANCERY. C SJ06 -... IN IT r no O'VORCE I KHHON "Please, Dad, let me become Bar Mitrvah at twenty one ... I want to study more." NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NdTH'E IS IIKKKHV GIVEN that the underatgm- Mv.ii'NTINii SKRVI.Ks lit 10 N.E Srd Avenge, MMIIII. Florida Intend to reglater xai.l mime mih the Clark ..i the cii.-iNt Court of I aie County, Florida HIDNKY II. TOBIA8 MIRIAM TolllAS ., ii iTi.rnlil|. H Mteft, 9 S-10 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOT1CH IS IIUNIUIIT OIVBN thin the undersigned, 'leelrlng I" IIH— In bualn. %  fender the fWlRkiM n—in ..f Parr Toms. Parr Toura, Ine Parr llettei 'iv.nr-. Parr World Touraj Parr lllolkil Toum; Parr, Inc.; Parr Travel; Parr T.mr> itwl Travel Del*Ice; Kan Travel Toura; Parr Awa? Toura; i". itl'ar Toura: Pair H Toura: Fair Tour* and Ti. kel Vgency; Parr Curtain Te e ra; Parr IO.I-I Toura; Parr and Near Travel .-[,.. PUJ arid Near Toura; Tour* f art n nd Neai Tra • • I I Pan Pan Crulaea :iinl Toura Tra\el I Travel Par a Ith Ian rravel Pai i ,ili i arr; Trai el Pan with Pain Tow t; Parr Ti a*el v i-.> ai 121 Lincoln Koad aad Uii'l ColHna Avenue, \il:iMH l:... h i 'i-'• at In nd t.. reftaater *ald nan • uuii ihi Clerk ..f the Circuit Court of 11 Plori In. UBR1I.K' ("i >Rl\ HIM i IN A PKIKI 'XI IN ;.i .. ,.iit nil A i II .-;• %  > Bid ATTENTION ATTORNEYS! *• Jewish thrklZr* •ollcita your legal notices. We appreciate yooi patronage and guarantee, accurate eenrlce at legal rates • • • Diai Fit 3-46tKE tor meeeenger eerrice LEGAL NOTICE LEGAL NOTICE LEGAL NOTICE i 1 v.., -• • • 1 I e [Ml I >ade >' lunty. i 'mini > %  i • i %  %  I \ \ S \ H I in Clerk l. tCFM ^N '.-.• %  I %  %  HE C RCU T COURT C" I >Tfn j, o CiAL CIRCUIT OF [ ORIDA IN \D FOR DAOE COUNT* N CMANCERV. ise ""o \." i \,, T TO VOUTGAGE l %  \ v i: i KN l.l'K.VS nil IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN ANO FOR DAD C COLVTY, FLORIDA IN PROBATE No. 67644C IN rtp, \ • llAX Kl'HMAS. a I N AT I R M v N % %  NOTICE TO CREOITORS .. %  Ilav, l-OI MKMPP'l I ii,. ta i URMAN ., i. %  \ \ !• r: KM \ S ... i %  ., to III(' % %  UlltJ .in. i • % %  pi ..vi. IA III tin IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DAOE COUNTY. FLORIDA IN PROBATE No 778>.A M RK KI.KS I'Ml. %  ',' 'It' NOTICE TO CREDITORS I .. All l .-..1.1 Katate: \ %  I B %  %  II %  I\ I l M ri •' pnttll. ..'I'll i mi M h> I Ii ..: Miami i -I .. thl> ltU • A • I SARA 8 .'. >l.' -K. >PP MARJ \ N l RAN< "KS I i< HA ti ^N ,\\.i cea I .... • \ : SAMI RAP \ %  .-,.!I.. I" IN THE CIRCL. T COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DAOE COUNTY ,N CHANCERY, No 6iC M6 IN RP |{i i NOT xr OF ADOPTiO-. ".'OCEEDINOS TM IAV x I HI RI N 'Til BPI %  v I herelined Dated al Mm Pai la ily, \ I. AI.I.'I-: s Pi R >i VN M-XlNARD \ I. %  Plrat | • ll.NAKll H K5HRT ,. %  \i >., Hi in. in is I plan I u %  %  %  %  %  i mil |i HA. || \ %  ; %  % %  \ \. v UK tn %  1 %  %  %  I.I • M in Kloi i %  IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DAOE COUNTY, FLORIDA IN PROBATE No. (>79<>0C N ': |' I U.IAS FBI.PMAH %  NOTICE TO CREDITORS To All i i N %  I %  .u In lhi Coml.i publl -li.-.l mil. %  H .. a. • ... i iRIDIAN IKIi al Mia •Mont) l i... thla Ittli da) |.lnly, l: H ii. > KM v\. cierk, UK I'., II I I) I'.. !• r..|TI.\\|. I '.I. I. Ik ll'-UT II TRA RIO • raey for l'i I'Hi'..in I: "I*. Kk>niU I ,-ta-tf R I \ %  M %  %  IN THt C RC UlT COURT OF THE 1ITH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR DAOE COUNTY. FLORIDA IN CHANCERY No 65C 8698 IN RE AIK)I' I'll iN • >P ,| a s, .' %  | B \T>' ,N Mil "' I'.'x'iti.iiM'x PAI BCHL'UWITZ, ., Minor i.,.lt,'.Y CAIU. IIRRM WSKl and \u IIIIII. v ItKJUl \NSKI in wife, NOTICE BY "PUBLIC AT.ON OF PETITION FOR ADOPTION I,, YVONNU sa'HI IAV IT* i a ..n V..I AUK HRRSUiV NMTIUMI till.,n haa i in'1 i" "' %  l l'i NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW 'TICK is HKREBY UIVEN thai anderalamed lealrini i K..U. IUKU1.-S iir •. %  i tWRRT MANN \| v\\ s BXI %  J B K R V I i 1 %  {! %  < i|< \ Tl. .N p**); MANN I-RMPKK8IM.NAI. Vic i: rnMPANT i MI'S-'i. J N"s INTKH lATIfix (MIW al nil W .I ft. lllal.Mli ,, HI.,, juunaa ail tha Clerk court .,' I..!).. County, i• iw THKRKXA MANI1ANO 100% Mll.K.S M Kl l,,,v r. i >\\ el 49th Si 11 8/i-l.thai I...IMV CARI. %  %  M VNSKI and MURIEL A IIERMANMtl. nut "••• f r th '' '"''•'''".'.'.'.' "' I'AC.I.KNKA PAT S.-Ill'l.\\ll/. a minor b) th petltUmera. I..IUM .-M-.l. HERMANSKI and Ml RIBIJ A IIKRMANMKI. hl wife, and WII are required to nren eop) ol four An,,, iibJeeiloMa t ahnw cauae wn> .ii..ill.I not he rrantefl, (he ..Com-.for PrIMIoneii. M.ri'.KM :< %  %  ".-r VN/" I,..,. \ in .1. Miami, and file lha I hi the n ii,, cierk .., %  II .'ii. tilt ••'"' on or the ITlh da> oi BePl "' M. i. i i Noi rv. • %  • i" • -. m i ntered aaalnal you u IT\I:-II • 'i.'I and the al ol In Mi.."ii. I'-' !• '' %  •""!>. Ploriea, 'In''Hi day "f Aiujruat, IMtt. i: i: i.i v ; HI.KM >\ Clark of th< l (aanU '' X „ ,;,,S,,N ivimty Cli s. i %  V I .. II VRRY l'i.I.I'M VN I • BYRON I. Sl'Ali \. i :\.-. utor 4'' I III. I % %  ; • i \ THE ClRCU.T COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. No. 66C 7380 Tin: WlbUAJaBBURUH 8AVINOS HANK flalatiff, \. I. .1 I V \\ Ml'I'.K. ••! ux. Dafandanta NOTICE OF SUIT Ti %  John w Mm i and Mar) E. Mui i. hla if--. ,. i s I'I.IM Guard Buupl) Dept 4S1 1 1 ..iiin*'i.'ial Si i .•••I i'..i.ii. klaaaachuaettn ,.-. herah) notified thai th ..|.. loned action haa I" en In atltutad ..*.-.unit you In il"' i Court of the Eleventh Judicial Clr, uii ol Pterloa In and fai Uada r • i% to fi.r..ioae a mortcaci upon th fi.llowiiiK deaorlbed r^;.l pmuerU I ...i in Mlo.-k ^T THIRH AI'I'irK'N TM OAK'M. (I I V i. r.lini; to the Chit theroof. recorded In Plal Rook H : %  Pae* •• "' Ihe POklk Becordr of Dane County, Oorlda You are re qui red to file • %  reanoa. a|v< pleading to plaintttri complaint vvni, the Clark of tha nforeaaM Co irt .,,,., narvi cop) thereof 'ii-' plaintiff* attorne) MARTIN PINE. Had. i-. ,|. r. Mian Phi Id i n,.i | Beptembi r ISS, ... a i.. ,. i .. i 'imfeaau ill ba eni,i i aaalnel you DATKTI AuKiiat IS, i: i. i K ntfURM VN lli rk. ,. 1 ':.il.. • %  -ii tit > PI ii Ida ,,.... Ii B) .1 I NKI.>"N i'..i.m> Clerk M VKTIN I %  I I. ,.i. Pedei .1 Hiilktlnc Miami P m SS18I IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE 1ITH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. ,N AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA IN CHANC R\ No 6SC 8826 HANK' Ve 1,11,1.1 AN IENSKN %  thi n unknoa n ill : iin%  %  %  %  • 'Tl .1. | .. • NOTICE OF PUBLICAT ON \\ liSE.N ,|. If ill | hell %  %  %  %  %  %  hi r Ii Iband If .1 Vlli: IICRKIIY M ITIFIK %  In th. %  %  %  %  \'\l KRi 'i: \ 1'iarl • \ \ \ .: I: • TA i i .%  %  i i %  IRE • •I.M M i %  libel I 'KIAXD i %  NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. No. 65C 807 ir \NI:I.I. I" <\ I.E, miff. \.' HCGIIIE MICH VTTfi 1 lYI.E, I i. • i m SUIT FOR DIVORCE T( HCCHIP. MICHAEL DOTI.E \ i .....;• • • I %  %  %  %  11 i.l 114 I l.i and fll. %  This imtl<%  %  |H X| I K l: I i x %  CHRIS B %  • N %  %  ...I t 4 NOTICE UNDER F CTlTlOLS NAME LAW NMTICI N %  ,., HKRI %  • I.IHRAII I 11111 loll %  INTERN • 'N tl %  'K IHSTI; •• ,1 Nt NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAVA IS IIERI %  • with the th Street. vliHini BeaoDi, Florida Intend! to re*lati r ~.i.l 111.in."iili tin Clei k 'in HI Curl i.t I '...U•'" int) I'loi vi VRANT ENTKRPRIBES, INC. B) vi. u I.I Am..nlo.i si" I, ii' IUI nt II Vf.KV '/.I kl-KNICK Attorne) for MMIHUI Bnterprta ca I no. i.i. .ii. Road \i IIIII l'...;.-li. Kla. v is-20-: NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW N.'l'l.t: IS rLKRBHY GIVEN that under the fl. tlth-lM n VII VVII Nl KSIN.i Mi 'Mi: at i IW1 \ i: |Sth A v. 'i.i. n.Ito i. Rlater Haul ii HI.. nil the Clerk of 11 nil i 'out i of i 'i' 1 '' "H" 1 Fl la Bole i' nt i IAM < oi poratloa \l \KN I VI'.KK I..I %  Ion I'M'.' Ain-I. v I'.lilR. 1,11-1 '• i NOTICE Bv PUBLICATION IN THE C RCl IT COURT 0 F E ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OP FLORIDA IN AND FOR DA COUNTY IN CHANCE R> NO i VII. 'II VI %  -• SU IT FOR DIV ORC E E • %  \ N..rl Mr.. %  • MK'HA %  I I.I 'VI \ N '' S. it. II % %  ,n, m hi ill fault 1 uaalii t )•. • Ihi rellel ... in the B • ,. -, ii\e weeka In THE JEW !-'n PI i nil • ^ N HONE VM. tRT>RREn al Miami, ,!., ii, _• %  ii da) ol .iiil>. A D. i: B i.i: v TIIKKM VN Clerk, %  R t iun i '.l'i, "ounl > Fl "Id* ,.,.,1, B) '' P I'"| I:I..VNII n\ clerk sen. iNPRI.Ii .v FBI I'Vi.v.N .,; %  Bin ..i ne Building M n i lot da SIM \. ne> foj Plaintiff '. %  .'. I IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIOA IN PROBATE No.


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Friday, August 27, 1965 JmlstncrkMan Puge 9-A fa Hadassah Lists $9,488,000 Budget Hue Star Camps counselor-trainee qroup are shown here ?rlormmg at the 37th annual Asheville, N.C.. Dance and 1usic Festival. Presentina Israeli folk dances before an ludience of some 1,500 spectators, the group represented the state of Israel with excitinq and colorful dances. Directed Lv Robert Papier, of Pittsburg, Pa., the group, numbering 48. hie selected high school seniors who train under Miss Edie Clein. of Athens. Ga. femple Israel Sets Pre-School Weekend 'orkshop With Educator as Speaker Faculty and staff of UV Relig VSchool <>f TempleIsrael of pater Miami will participate in | v end pre school workshop at Monmartre Hotel under Hie dirt nn of Dr. Joseph !( N.in-t tn in?or Jacob <; Born inn. ReligS tool director rhe 196 hool • T .11 IM-KIPS Sept 11 and \2. lb Samuel Meaner, of the ire Hebrew College FaCtll lid a -• .ifi membeff of the Board fcwixti F.ducation. will conduct torkstx ; %  w hit '.\ gets u ri n ; rogram follow ins [On Saturday morning, followworsiup services, at which kabbi Natot will preach on "The Faith of the Teacher," Dr. Glaser will lead workshops in Jewhistory and, after lunch, [Pathways Through a Textbook." evening will be devoted to (wish culture, with readings torn Jewish literature, folk nqs and folk darcinj. tunda) morning'i program will based on a discussion oi Ihc krrnal Light film. "Pages Iron Talmud," with I>r. rnuot ami f. Glasner leading the talk Polring lunch, i>r Glamer will eon rt a workshop tor Hebrew teach •n •The Silenl Reading Meth i of Hebrew U i o n i Dr Glasner hea apt ious education and b ••I th< nation's leading Jewish %  I — in ,l ie fiel i He received ication from %  i\ %  > sit) HI Georgia i' i Israel teachers, drawn the | -ulii -i In,ii... colli Jewish agencies of the com inity, who will take part in fie rkend workshi p are Joan Born in, Ufred Una-. Irvin Block. Es pla Bteih, Barbara Adler, ("ami Her. Nancy Kaufman. Irene Co i. Linda Levene, Daniel BorowsDonald Swam, F.lainc RackArthur Chas.sman. Sidney P also asked the tinted States m impress on the Arab states that 'unlawful water diversion project." to deny Jordan River water to Israel were "acts of aggression continued aid to Israel was urged as was United States encouragemint of the leaders and peoples of the area to concentrate efforts on regional cooperation and peace In another resolution, the delegates lauded American aliyah to Israel and said Hadassah considered it an obligation" of the American Zionist movement to foster such immigration. The dele 1 gates urged all Hadassah chapterto cooperate with official aliyah groups "and to encourage support and understanding of aliyah within their communities." The delegates, in another resolution, urged the I'nited States Government to implement a new I law aimed at protecting American : business firms from being forced to engage in the Arab boycott against Israel. The new law is an amendment to the 1959 Export Control Act enacted earlier this year. It protects American business firms from such pressures but leaves implementation to the President. • The Hadassah award, which Carriea prize of $1,000. was given to the Vice President for "advancing the idea of freedom" and for "active sponsorship and energetic encouragement of national and international medical research In his response, the Vice President said that after seeing the Haadassah Hebrew University Mec'ical Center in Jerusalem, he wanted to see it again and that he hoped more and more Americans "and other visitors of every faith and nationality would see it and be inspired by it." He also said that Israel's medical research "had already enriched the world far beyond" what might have been predicted by some slide-rule formula, such as its siie r4 natural resources. Dr Judah .1. Shapiro, executive secretary of the Foundation for ; i Culture told elegates Mrs Harry P Fierst, Hadassah .-h National Fund chairman. learning" in modern tunes must reported that Hadassah had be 'UMI : fron I 1 for ea started .. three-year program to istence within the Jewish enclave ra i s < J2.500.000 for a 2,200-acn or against tinp< ssibilitj if Jewish .... u ,,_„ •• ,,,,', .. project Hadassah HaGalu, to be catastrophe, to the conviction that such understanding will make located near the Lebanese bordei more effective spokesmen for the ; it was of vital importance attainment of social justice and ti Israel's security that this land world order." %  ;.. ,• Lral Galilee be reclaimed, Aon lassador Michael Comay, I' t roadi and homes ho built, and rael's permanent representative 1 %  ; lustries be developed for Jew the United Nations, told the conish settleShe reported that th. vention that continuing Arab DOSJNF planned to develop two new tilities left Israel no choice except • %  in Malassah Ha-Galil. Nahato maintain "a high level of deteri Jet nd Garmiel. rent strength.' r Dr. Mnhe Davis, director of the Institute of Contemporary Jewry in Jerusalem, said that the fact that religious pluralism was taking root in the United States offered Jew s "a singular opportunity to play a distinctive role on the world scene." The former provost Of the Theological Seminary of America stressed that religion "will be the only bridge between American Jewry and other world communities, and between them and Israel." He al-o appealed for |more immigration by American Jews to Israel. IS8$€L I. L. Kenen, executive director of the American Israel Public Affairs Committee, told the delegates that, if the United States could not stop the Middle East arms race because the "Soviet Union insists on using surplus weapons for political currency, then we must ask our Government to adopt a frank and open policy to strengthen Israel's deterrent capacity." The Israelis say that the Sheraton-Tel Aviv is their favorite hotel. Make it yours! For Insured Reservations at Guaranteed Rates see your Travel Agent or call 377-0275. Sheratonfcl AvivHotel Tl Aviv, Israel eWM ATTENTION! ewish Home for the Aged NEEDS YOUR DONATION NOW! "AH lltmi T.i. Dsauctiblf" CALL 696 2101 Are Your Children The Vanishing Animran Jews"? Register Your Child in a Jewish School of Your Choice Today! THERE IS A JEWISH SCHOOL IN YOUR N^CHBORHOOD. HEBREW DEPARTMENTS OPEN EARLY — MONDAY. AUG. 30 SUNDAY DEPARTMENTS OPEN — SUNDAY. SEPT. 12 FOR FULL INFORMATION AND DETAILS WRITE OR TELEPHONE BUREAU OF JEWISH EDUCATION (A member agency of the Greater Miami Jewish Federatiewi) 940 LINCOLN ROAD MALL MIAMI BEACH. FLORIDA JE 1-0403 The Bureau of Jewish Education is now in the process of accrediting all qualifying schools Swch Jewish schools will be officially accredited beginning December, 1965 and will then display the Bureaus identifying certrficate of merit. JOSEPH COHEN, President LOl V/ARTZMAN, Executive D,rec|>r