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1 "^Jewish Floriidian Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY fume 38 Number 36 Miami, Florida, Friday, September 3, 1965 Two Sections — Price 2U4 360th HOUSE OF WORSHIP SHUTTERED ^placement Of losed Synagogue ixed by Soviets Nasser Seeks Latest Weapons from Reds F\\ YORK (JTA) — Soviet %  sis have informed the Jews in Estonia, that the build housine the community's synkmwill be torn down to make for an urban renewal project. haw rejected a request for m for i new location for Kynafogoe, the American Soviainferenee on Soviet Jewry re!*•lomjtic ties with the 13 Continued on Page 10-A iev Recalls a/i killings .t Babi Yar gation had reported this inform;, tion about the 4.000-mcmbcr Jewish community's problem.in Estonia, to the Department of State The delegation told the State Department that the Talin synagogue was the 3eOth Jewish house of worship shut down by Soviet officials since tfjfc The figure was based on documents presented by the Soviets at United Nations meetings. The Conference issued an a p peal to the Soviet Government against tearing down tho existing synagogue without providing the Jewish communities with facilities for a replacement. Kai l>i Seymour J Cohen, of Cnl ;agO, chairman of the conference Steering Committee. said that promisenude lo visiting Western rabl i> and pn is representatives by Soviet officials to eai me of the restrictions on Rus-ian Jewish Cultural and religious life would prove to be "empty gestures." He urged the Conference's 24 affiliates lo send large delegations to launch a year-long campaign on September 19. in Washington, for %  n Fiei n. i Ill Vigil on behalf of X '. let Jew s WASHINGTON — (JTA) President Nasser. DI Eg) pt. in the course of his ci.Tent visit to Moscow, is seeking additional military assistance. including ultra-modern weapons of types not yet available to Egypt, according to reports received here to lay In line with Egyptian efforts to obtain greater Soviet backing and more sophisticated weapons. Nasser has. since his arrival in Moscow, more openly identified with the pro-Corn %  Mm -t. anti-American line on Viet Nam. the reports stated. According to reliable interpretations. Nasser is seeking additional equipment from Russia. including certain types of missiles and weapons systems which the Russians have so far not expi.tel to Egypt, and which German technicians in Cairo have not yet perfected. Rep. William Pitts Ryan, New York Democrat, this week commented on the danger of a "onesided escalation" in the Near Past. He called on the Administration to observe developments at the present Egyptian-Soviet summit "with ca-i tion and concern." He questioned the wisdom of further American assistance to Egypt "if such aid allows diversion of other assets for acquisition and introduction into the region of even more dangerous arms." FOR ULTIMATE SHOT AT THE PRESIDENCY Johnson Seen Boosting Goldberg LONDON — iJTA) — President Johnson was reported Piis week by the Wastugton correspondent of Dail> Telegraph as considering the p< sibility of helping lo put Arthur -I Goldberg into nos:tion to become the first Jewish : !• -i.li'iit oi the United states. The correspondent asserted thai Pri iid< nl J I nson uld like to 1 reak "the hoars tradition" that I lira Pa triots Iffemoria I Planned for Fascist Trio |A I1NGTON (JTA) — Tin %  made known hen week receipt en d a mon • to Jews and other victims murders si Babi Yar. the outskui 'if the Ukrainian Ital formation sent by the official tost! less agency said that ;hail Hurka. chairman of the v City Soviet, made the ann.ement to a Novosti cor re %  BOndent He was quoted as Statini It .. known that, at the fre of World War II. the German cist invaders shot in Babi Yar of thousands of Soviet citiJews, Ukranians. Russians. women, old folks, and chil. The monument to the viei of Fascism will remind future prat ions not only of the hor of war but of the ferocity Continued en Page 6 A \V A SHIN rati< n o re e s in Prance. They were a'herein.of Russian Gen Am! ey Vlassov, who defected to the Nazi ride in World War II, recruiting an armj which i1 i litted atrocil es against Jews ai Continued on Page 15-A no Jew can hope to reach the P idency. The correspondent reported that Mr Goldbi rg is being CCnsadered by the President a.a bU taWe replacement, as an interim stepping stone to the Presidency bid, for Dean Rush as Sec: i tarj of State. Tha dispatch stated that Presi tierJ J o h ii > o n appean : | to !• nsj Mr Goldberg lo be a i ifcle v i ce presidenti p ssiblj as a rum : Vice PITdent Hubert H Hum) '-e> Under U s. law, Mr, .i, '• son w ii have completed by 1972 the maximum two terms permitted to any President 'Mi" ci %  respondent noted thai Mr. G Idberfl former Associate ,;i lice of the U S Supreme Court. %  nd no* chiel United states delete to the United Nations, is a vigorous 57" and tiiat. all things I ing equal, lie has had enough ca. reer lime ahead <'f him to be fit the Presidential stakes in the • decade (Speculation over possible changes m Ambas ador Goldberg's fu lure ftatUS is being linked to the revelations about Dean Rusk b> h'storian Arthur Schlesinger Jr.. who in a recently serialized ver sion i't his book on In.roll as i consultant lo President Kenned) reported the late President's increasing dissatisfaction with Mr Rusk as Secretary f State Des pite Presidei I Johnson's reaffirm n ot his faith in Mr Rusk feel ing in Washini ti n is thai Ambassador Goldberg seem.to b lined for "greater thii < ad AMBASSADOR GOtDBfRG new changes in effing TALE DENIED BY ALL SOURCES Russia 'Taps' Israel Rabbi? LONDON — (JTA Jewish community leaders in Moscow have expressed surprise at reports that Dr Zvi Harkavy, a rabbi who is director of the Israel Chief Kabbinate Library in Jerusalem, had been approached by the Soviet authorities on the possibility that he erve as Chief Rabbi of the USSR, a post that has never existed before, even in Czarist times, it was reported here in dispat.hes from the Soviet capital. Dr. Harkavy said Monday in Jerusalem that the proposal was first broached three years ago in a meeting between a leading Soviet 'diplomat and Rabi Isser Yehuda Unterman, now Ashkenazi Chief Rabbi of Israel, and was again raised in subsequent meetings with Soviet diplomats. Among those who expressed surprise at the reports was Moscow's Chief Rabbi Yehuda Leib Levin, who recalled meeting Dr. Harkavy several years ago but said that he did not remember disci--sing any such appointment with him. (The New York Herald Tribune reported from Jerusalem that Is rael's Foreign Ministry denied any. Continued on Page 7-A LTV Post To James Roosevelt WASHINGTON — (JTA) — Pn : Jchl m announce I al a pi.-s. conference this week th il he had nominated Rep James R irelt, California D e m ocr at, as I nited Staterepresentative to United Nation. Economic and .1 Council, with the rank of Vn : assador 'l he pest ithe one held for two years, under appointi • b> Ihe late President Kennedy, by Philip M. Klutznick. torpresident oi B'nsi B'rith. In h:s post at the United Nations. Mr. Roosevelt will be concerned among other matters with human rights and the violation of such standards by the Soviet Union's denial of full religious and cultural rights to the 3.000.(100 Jews in the USSR. A long-time friend ef Israel, Mr. Roosevelt delivered an address on the floor of the House of Representative* this week proposing that the Arab refugees be Continued en Page 13-A



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oy. September 3. 1965 •. kwlsti Htrldf/jr Page 3-A Mizrachi Cultural Council Chairman Takes Time Out to Vacation in Miami rfBBI SIMON FEDERBUSB ip i Ner lamid Reunion \, : Tamid will hold %  > [ .. i i \ on Sunday after HI annoui < i \ -' n -ill be held in Sklar | and is scheduled to p m o-Elect Leonard IMBALL \ic need m this department. Litur Hebrew will al-o Ina part ol the Hebrew School curriculum. These sessions will consist of songa and prayers used at worship servtcea Registration will be taken at the Temple .ludea office I'reconfirm at ton a n d confirmation classes will >taii Tuesday, >. pi 7, at :. pm Rabbi Sanford Seltzer will leach the pre confirm cla is, and Rabbi Mi rris A Kipper will conduit the conflrmain H class m %  r dent of the l'oale Zion of America. A year later, he organized a WJC .ommittee to save the cultural treasures looted and robbed by the Nazis from the Jewish community of Europe On this committee were such distinguished persona as Dr. Stephen Wise. Rabbi Isaac Harzog, later Chief Rabbi of Israel. Dr. Albert Einstein and Dr, Narnim (ioldmann. From 1947 to 19S3, Dr. Federbush traveled throughout South America to h e t p organize the Jewish communities of Brazil, Bolivia, Argentina and Mexico, among others. Currently, in adition to his Mi/ ictivities, Dr Federbush serves as chairman ol the World l nion of Hebrew Language and Culture, with offices in Jerusalem i :,; He ia member of the \> lions Committee of the World Z i-t Organization and the author ol numerous works These include "World Jewry toi!..>." "Jewish ( oncepl of Labor" and, in Swedish, 'Protocols ol the Elders Of Zion — The Notorious Russian Forgerj In Hebrew, some of Dr. Federbush's volumes include "Law and Ethics in Judaism," "State Law of Israel," "Studies in Talmudic Literature," "Philosophical Essays," "Rashi," and "Maimonides." He is the editor of a three-volume work just released in Israel entitled "Science of Israel." Dr. Shockett To be Speaker Dr Everett shockett will speak before Men's ORT at a meeting next Wednesday. 8 p.m., at Washington Federal Savings and Loan Association, 1234 Wa shi ng to n Ave Dr shockett will discuss his recent vi.^ .( Special ) for t he first time science has found a new healing substance with the astonishing ability to shrink hemorrhoids, stop rectal itch and to relieve pain —without surgery. In case after ease, while gently relieving pain, actual reduction (shrinkage) I P ace. Must traasing of al were so thorough that sufferers tatements "Piles haw i d to be a problem!" Xhi i a new I eal ngsub• 11 '.II i-l >. l i %  %  '• •p lubstano %  ava abli %  r the nan '•' I 1 I I I I I I Ritz Plaza • MOTH • FOOL • CAIANA ClUI Prominent Cantor and Rabbi Conducting Services On Premises Entertainment During Intermediate Days FABULOUS ZEIGER CUISINE Dining Room Open To Public FREE PARKING RESERVE EARLY Call Mrs. HOFFMAN 531-6881 RESIDENT MASHGIACH CONSTANT RABBINICAL SUPERVISION atw MOW HIGH HOLY DAYS ACCIPTCD 7. 1965 n ,ncl De '*e Mtoh ,2-0 >"-lifei ON THE OCEAN AT 17th ST., MIAMI BEACH, FLA. etiHce PRE^CRIPTICN OPTICIANS FASHION CENTER Of THE SOUTH ...,. | .... LotOOt btylet • Tipn FRFT PARK NG SPACE IN REAR CONVt.S'ENT TO BI-bES 728 LINCOLN ROAD ,0" In* M.i'l) Phone JE 8 0749 OcutlitC Pretctiptiont Filld CONTACT LENSES AUTMOaiZID WU Six* IMS 1 Quality HEARING AIDS 5 $75 to $325 > At* mm-I ...it comes alive on STANLEY GOULD 1238 UlWlil..0 ,1 iV*.J 1 iorth Miami OIIIH ilmaii September 7, 1965 'I'LL LEVEI 7-A Pd P : K.\ • ***> a-a-a-a-******* Move your ->1<1 tat t.> the kida' room orden.Aaacondanedoubieathe ruo, Prices are now the cheapest ever. See your dealer. FLORIDA POWER I LIGHT COMPANY ftLPIrvG BUILD FIOH'DA ANSWERITE TELEPHONE ANSWERING SERVICE FR 3-2666 — JE 8-0721 YOU GET MORE CALLS WHEN YOUR PHONE IS ANSWERED RITE MODERATE RATES 24-HOUR SERVICE — Serving — mriRSON HICnlAND MURRAY UNION FRANKLIN PLAZA NEWTON RAT PROOFING A Specialty RFGVIAR PESr CONTROL FOR TNE NOME ANO BUSINESS FREE INSPECTION TRULY NOLEN EXTERMINATORS Tal. FR 7-1411 600 N.W. 7th AVI. WINDOW SPECIALISTS "SERVICE WE RE PROUD OFI" Maintenance Inc. REPAIRS AND MAINTENANCE OF ALL TYPES WINDOWS AND JALOUSIES Complete Stock of Reo/ncemeitt Porti 7400 NE. 2nd AVENUE Miami. Fla. 33138 Phone 751-4584 %  V'">*'"V"^'"V"V^'''^* /% ( rfV' ^"^'"V"^'*V /, >* < L. & G. GLASS AND MIRROR WORKS 136 S.W. 8th STREET Phone FR 1-1363 WE IKSTAIA GLASS 1 OK EVERY PIRPOSK! STORE FRONT PLATE AND WINDOW GLASS Furniture lop s, Beveled Mirrors mud Retihreriaf Our Specialty Merrft OrllH, fputtdtr



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Page 4-A > JewlslfUrMtar Friday, September "Jewish Floridian OFFICE and PLANT 120 N.E. Sixth Street -^SMS^ Telephone FR 3-4605 3EiBfi Teletype Communications Miami TWX Agen s.,,. v.. ^ ^SWmSSw *•• of 305-696-4869 l^.l^TtlJ.lT^. .n? *. no : !l!:!; ^ "... SUBSCRIPTION RATES: FRED K. SHOCHET Editor and Publisher ^ l*n **••„„, Vear |120 o LEO MTNDLIN Executive Editor out of Town upon n.gu..t SELMA M. THOMPSON Asst. to. Publisher Volume 38 Number 36 6 Elul 5725 Tti* Jwi8h Fi"rMin (io-ii not (Eurnnt^ itv Kahruth Friday. September 3, 1965 -f the msr.'h.indlse advertise d In Us column*. —— Capital Rumors And Ambassador Goldberg Rumors about President Johnson's proicund respect for UN Ambassador Arthur Goldberq as a public servant are being linked these days with other rumors: those relatina to Secretary of State Dean Rusk and President Kennedy's disaffection with him shortly before the assassination. Mr. Johnson's repeated tior. of his belief in his Secretary of State suggests that he, too. has beer, thinking about a replacement. Is Arthur Goldberq the mem he has ceen bearing in mind? This would be a fourth Bhift in responsibility for Mr. Goldberg verv brief period of time: from Secretary of Labor under John Kennedy to Supreme Court Justice, to N basscdor, to Secretary oi State. Such speculation is, of course, far too premature. The President's most recent affirmation of his belief in Dean Rusk came on the heels oi me somewhat vulgar Arthur Schlev.nger revelations in his not yet published book serialized in a popular magazine. It was Mr. Schlesinger's peepshow that renewed the presumable Kennedy disenchantment with Rusk as a man allegedly incapable of reaching a decision and acting on it. and that Mr. Johnson is suposed to have inherited. To make it all more "logical,'' Ambassador Goldberg is being linked to the mystery. Now comes the latest rumor: that the President would like to break the bar against a Jew in the highest office in the land. This is. of course laudable thinking. But it tails to take into account many allied variables, such as the American electorate among them. Furthermore, it does a profound injustice to Secretary of State Rusk, himself, in a way Mr. Johnson would be least inclined to do; hence, at least at this point, we must tend to discount the speculation as little more than that. Rumors always fly fast and furiously in the nation's capital. If they should continue to fly in this situation, we would be more likely to suspect continuing dissatisfaction on Ambassador Goldberg's part than that change in Dean Rusk's position is imminent — or that Mr. Johnson is bogged down in iiearns of a Jewish President someday soon U.S. Jews Urged to Get Consensus on Top Policies By SpfKial Report sectarian education and other — r -• • vices, the extent to which Jewish American Jews were uined to sp0 nsored agencies should direct Ml up a method to arrive at "• tnt ,, r services to non-Jews, and in Jewish consensus on matters of vo i vem ent of Jewish communally uublic policy." at the inaugural suppor ted organizations in civil session of the 67th annual meeting rjghts anr i integration struggles of the National Conference of Jc ,. The j ew j sn community is i iMU of the proper limits i _j i..j~io %  fawliM s ,. c ar j a n and non-stttanan -*^nA ing to recognize the shallow extent of their spiritual needs—both for themselves and their children. Hopefully, it won't be long before "Bar Mitzvah factories," not only in Mineola. disappear — not because they are a detriment to our lovely suburbs, but because they tend to destroy our cultural framework. A Painful Recognition The h L, who have so \ ily attach ~ jue in %  'Bar Mitzvch fa lory Bugg Jews are beginning to tak< look at the :ulture they have :reated :or 11 selves. Thus far the look is art they are striking out to blame ince, it is the synagogue and its rabbi who are at fault. Furthermore the "Bar M lory is reprehensible only because o: the traffic congestion it creates in the Mineola suburbs. But the unhappy truth is that the synagogue merely reflects their own Jewish needs —that it was created to serve their particular brand of Judaism and that it could not exist without their patronage. News reports declare that the synagogue boasts an enrollment of some 6C3 children a larqe number for any areo. suburban or otherwise. If the sudden abon parents o: Bar Mitzvah-age s The Jewish community is inextricably involved, in every on., (if its factions or sectarian div: sions. in a hopeless tangle o\er Near Eastern and Judaic rtudie a; Brandeis University. Waltham. Mass made this the theme of. his keynote add,-,-, at the tour-day conference Of i.' !" • '' u sh p L f sional workers in health, welfare education, and other communal services from throughout the i d states and Cana Dr. Halpern 5.50 '' ome waj I i nona mselves ... %  %  • He wan %  %  e this tivities." Dr. Halpern said \Ihingl -tand today, the .!.. ,.h community for all the prcreun dependency of all Jews >n ea< other, Is organised in a loose gtion, a marriage of < n •ncies and <>i. backed by larg • r big enough members) p, | acceptance bj each oti ,,. T| '.unity to ether, but there able about its unit) • %  %  % %  • •i %  %  %  • %  • %  I tl %  ,al work i md edu< mil"-'* %  The American Dilemma Egypt President Nasser's continuing search for sophisticated weapons indicates that the German scientists he imported back in April, 1963 have wrought no miracles for him. It also suggests that he has not really given up on visions of a personal Glory Road in the Middle East: a road he would be equipped to travel mainly by force of conguest. Hence, whatever rapprochement he recently reached with Washington in order once again to be eligible for American food aid must surely be discounted as one of the worst hoaxes against us. Nasser may have made whispere ogy about the burned-out U.S. libraries in Egypt and offered to replace the buiidii is I sadly, not the books; but v him, one of these days, to tender us a invitation to jump into the lake o: ch y Iwo All of which means that Ihe a oi the war in Yemen %  of a v • ensive si cause .'. has no a kind • • :epeatediy betrays iiis wo: Yemen was a campa. he him on a silver plattei at a. ley were up to it. But Nasser's personal vis.or, c: founded on conquest. The search ticated weapons from the Soviet Union i more example of his short-cut efforts :o hi his vision — to get from abroad v. not achieve at home. This has clear and dangerous implications for Israel's future. Thus far. the US no more concerned about them than does M cow in Russia's obvious cc tor from the Nile. It than ever tor our government to Soviet Uni • East c a %  it apart, dissolve its i .' [f its outer i Halpern I %  %  nil %  Ihe \m i • I ,• e on I : %  nee i plei sessions and %  tut.'' • e ...:••• I The sessi i u. re to co> • r the whole range of re work and communal their professional shells A^-—I service at home and abroad includthan these kin1 ~^r* [ng child care, care '>f the aged, shouldn't a personal policj famil) service hospital and health (l ,,• tating workers through n care, vocational adjustment, recbranches of what should Inan innation, Jewish educat n con tegrated communal effort? munity relations migration Bnd shouldn't la) leader* learn outre of refugee aid. overseas relie! each other's communal efforts ity to Israel. as well acentral com munity planning, budgetin administration Five functional divisions of the V.KS held special meetings lealing with problems ol their fields Community Organization, Familj and Children'Services Services to the Aged, Health Services and Vocational Services Four national organizations of workers in specialized fields met concurrently with the N< J< S the v.' trial Association of Jewish %  i Worker-. N'atioi I for Jewish Education, Association ol Jewish Communitj R< Workers tioi lewish lion the Ami what share ea ti la likelj claim Hit of the common fundSuch a widening of the char ml>>f communication is prerequisite to nicceaeful prosecution oi .ill aims of our community whether sectarian or non-tactar lull If all Jewish factions had t -peak to each other before the) nol after, we could live!) voice i Jewish concensus on matters of general publii ii s "We could take a rea-oned stand question of adequate r Jewish education, in %  pi) sufficient fun 11 M ishe I to n • >ols We leel %  i vs Jewish > '• %  %  %  tii I %  thi %  1 irkers ai iool of Wort of the H • %  tl \ tj the broad K • ,l! %  W i •h it the m en educators and adi are demonstrating their vital % 



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Friday. September 3. 1965 im/tf fhrlrfitr Pag 9 5-A ear'i activitiet. Activiti** ir t h • Tmple include in all-day school, a Nurty Kmderqarten program, an afternoon Hebrtw School and a Sunday School. Tho school program began on Aog. 30 in all departments. Raphael K Yunes. chairman of thv Board of Education, has announced that .11 %  ehooi departments will be cloned for the Labor Da) weekend All affiliate rm< of the Temple. including the Sisterhood, Brotherhood, Parent •Teacbcri Association, the Forty-Ninera, and the temple youth group*, are now registering members for the coming j t ar\ aeti\ itil Temple Bmanu-El, now entering it< 26th year, has always played .l role in this community We are lookiii forward to greatl) ened and enriched programminj in the coming years as we enter into our second quarter of a cenLONDON (JTA) — Chief Rab bi Moses Rosen ol Rumania, one of the last week in the corn. renc< f 19 C hristian and in G< \... said this week thai he considered neo itism III We-' German "a vital danger for J< %  • as well world peace The Chief Rabbi made his i o .• :n .: statement sent from Bucharest to the Jewish T< \ • %  ;• here, In which li" ted himself l r o m a contrary evaluation made at i i of the parley b) Rabbi Seymour .1. Cohen of Chicago, president of the E le Council of America. The five-day meeting, sponsored by the World Council of Cftirches, was attended by religious leaders from the United States, Europe and Israel. Rabbi Cohen said at the meeting that anti-Semitism was no lorger a "grave" problem in Europe. Rabbi Rosen, the only Fast European representative attending th" Geneva sessions, asserted in his Statement that the problem of anti-Semitism in Weal German) was not discussed "in any form ng the conference in winch l look part" and thai Rabbi Cohen %  I'not authorized b> anyone the < "Hi' ence to declare i h in Wei I Germany iif no importance an) mo • Ra i i ohen had declared that he M i with reports ol a n i .: v.. h reports sti mmed from the fact i h %  • t occasional!) i "idiot" painted i %  1i rated lerj %  hi Cohen added a w wever, thai there wer soi •• ess pool S' "I anli s. "whic h st:il ha' e to be seal ti I The l hii i if .i h b i declare I i hment '" ween Je I Is so mui ed, is possible onl) by ei i.on ol anti-Semitism, not imizinj MIAMI TITLE & ABSTRACT 104 M.E. 1st STREET • PHONE 373-8432 ABSTRACTS %  ESCROWS TITLE INSURANCE fit A DIVISION or vnefciciwi TITLE mtuHAmCt COm*AMY Beach Dep't. Offering Course The Miami Beach Recreation Department commenced its fall rii i id %  I special interest courses wiHi classes >n oil paint MOD la) Adultma) r< for I timi course held t | p n. Monda) s, at the North Shore Teen Center. 72nd St and Byron \\e The same course is being ottered each Monde) evening, from 7 to 10 \ m at the .'1st st Communit) Center, IMOO Washington Ave Just a small revolution! Big Change in... Tempo Filter Cigarettes New Tobacco Blend More Tobacco Taste ATTENTION! Jewish Home for the Aged THRIFT SHOP NEEDS YOUR DONATION NOW! "All items Tan Deductible" CALL 696-2101 %  Yes, there is a Foolproof Investment You get a passbook like this when you open a savings account with ut. Contents guaranteed not to shrink. Your savings are not subject to market fluctuation, they're safe and earn excellent returns. Interested? Come in. We have an office nearby, convenient to you. 4'/4 % A Year current dividend rate paid and compounded quarterly 6 Cwnrcaient Offices Sent Dadt Gouty Main Office: 101 East Ftagler St / Allapattah Bianch: 1400 N.W. 36th St / North Miami Branch: i:600 N.W. 7th Ave. Tamiami Bunch: 1901 S.W. 8th St/ Kendall Branch: U.S. 1 at J.W. 104th St/ Ed.son Centet Bianch. 5800 N.W. 7th Ave. OUR RISOURCII EXCEED 225 MILLION DOLLARS



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Page 6-A +Jelst Miami, will be an interpretation of Wise, the founder of many urgent issues facing Reform ilaism in America. Judaism particularly, and Judaism and religion g eneral ly, as they are reflected in a recent autobiography of Isaac Mayer Wise by Rabbi Jamas *; Heller. Dr. Heller has just written and the In ion of American Hebrew Kiev Recalls Nazi Killings At Babi Yar Continued trom Page 1-A this Dr. Narot will interpret thought as it affects contemporary questions of Jewish and religious life. Was Dr. Wise right or wrong in his writings and sermons about the Hebrew language, Zionism, the Negro in America, his hope for religious unity of all American Jewry, the Bible, rituals, the messianic teachings in Judaism, the relationship of Judaism to Christianity, and many other questions? The weekly bulletin articles which Rabbi Naroj has been writ in for his congregation for five years now, and which have attracted nationwide lay and i;il binic interest, were recognized recently i" Cincinnati when Dr. Nelson Glueck, president of the He• i £ ,-.-* ,H? ^h. % % %  '-^M DR. JOStPH K. NAROT i %  ,i bestial deeds of German [as|in u lnj(1I1 college, presented Dr. Narot with the honorarj degree of Doctor of Divinit) with the i< citation: "To Joseph R. Narot, dedicated rabbi, ulio brought enlightenment and inspiration to hicongregants, and who through his writings has effectively furthered the understanding oi our faith and our religious life." ( LstS. The monument will be erected next year. A competition has been authoriied for the most suitable and graceful desigr. The memorial will stand at the entrance to the park which is being laid out in the elevated section of Babi Yar, on the spot of the mass shooting. For a number of years, heavy criticism has been voiced throughFarband Regular Meeting First regular meeting ol the sea si n fi • Chaim Weizmann Branch ol Farband will be Tuesday, B p.m.. at Washington Federal, Soi mandj Isle. -*criticism nas oeen voitcu uauuapi. ,, out the Western world against tin LlTUTCiy UllIT ur.uillingness of Soviet authorities ^^ /•>/*> A B to mark the Babi Yar site suitably. Of KCTOrfll UuAK In most instances, Soviet denun. nations of German atrocities du jNOITIGS Dr. NCLTOT have avoided ring World War 11 mentioning that Jews were among Hitler's principal civilian victims Novosti is a feature service under government control in Moscow. •• %  ring only to the foreign press, dispatches are not published in the Soviet Union. A -. rdonic and impassioned ysis of the reemergence of %  :ti ly The Commission is a joint Ol rabbis and lav men. 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Friday. September 3, 1965 *• Jewish fkrAffon Page 7-A Israel's Minister of Commerce, Industry Coming to He!p Launch Bond Campaign Haim Zadok (top left\ Israel's Minister of Commerce and Industry and of Development. Sen. Robert F. Kenedy (center) and Israel Ambassador Avraham Harman (right) will join in officially launching the fall campaian for Israel Bonds at a Board of Governors conference in New York during the weekNnd of Friday. Sept. 17. Wider industrialization of Israel's economy and expanded development of new settlement areas are major objectives of the current Israel Bond drive. Campaign plans will be outlined by its top leaders, including (left to right) Abraham Feinberg, president; Dr. Joseph I. Schwartz, vice president. Samuel Hothberg, national campaign chairman; and Louis H. Boyar. chairman of the Board of Governors. Elks Raise Funds for Crippled Home over SSMoflo tut* been raised • li.ii rj \tin.. Crippled l d! en's Hospital bj ttic M i.( m Klks since its inception, it v nn unc< '' %  • %  king i H T> .i group (ii ft • and memo* n ol '' %  % %  .i. j Dermei exalted ruler B-'.H h Elks, q ''-'I • hesc i ti n real MM i k~ contribution t" the i inirati The hot] il ited .it I 1 Fla.. is *u poi ted %  p ilkAssociation :ir> 1 medical and physical care to chll dren without regard to race, creed i.i color "Miami Beach Klks have given unsuntinglj for yean to support this charitable institution." said Dern • : Klks ; i so support many other activities, such as the atlilctii fund for the Miami Beach Sen ior High School Junior Baseball Leagoe, ictiolsnhaBS, hlood bank, outright gifts, and many other activith %  By Special Report Haim J. Zadok, Israel's Minister nf Commerce and Industry, is cominu to the United States to address ;i national conference of the Israel Pond u ganization, which will lie held in New York on Fridaj through Sunday, Sept IT to 19. to launch the 1965 fall campaign tor Israel Bonds, it was announced this M e e k bj Dr .1 <> a e P ii J. Schwartz, vice president. All sea %  ions ol the conference will bo held at the Waldorf Astoria Hold. The Israel Bond conference will mark Zadok's Iirst visit ,() this countr\ since he Joined the Israel Cabinet last Mnv. In adititftl to heading the Ministry of Commerce and Industry, he also holds the |>ortfolio of Development. In his address at the forthcoming conference, the Israel leader is expected to stress the industria Illation of his country's economy and plans for increasing Its export trade. The Israel Bend Campaign, which is seek irg to raise StOO.OaO.OOO this year, hats been a major source of investment funds for Israel's economic development since 1951. Zadok is one of his country's tending legal experts and. from 1M9 to 195'i. served as Israel's Deputy Attorney General He was i lecturer on commercial law for &f DEADLINE &f Deadline for the SPECIAL SECTION of the ROSH HASHONA ISSUE, devoted to ORGANIZATIONS and RELIGIOUS GROUPS W.LL 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 NORTH MIAMI HIGH ADULT EDUCATION CENTER DADE COUNTY PUBLIC SCHOOLS 800 Northeast 137 Street MIAMI, FLORIDA REGISTER NOW NEW CLASSES FORMING NOW THRU SEPT. 17 th GENERAL ADULT EDUCATION Central Science Am.-rtcon Mistary American Government 1 in ill G'l.rroi Marthemtics (r. *ive Writing Rename, Clinic Spanish Beqinninq Spanish-Intermediate Spaniih Advanced Psychology-Personal livinq Fond a mentals el Art General Shop OFFICE OCCUPATIONS PooLkeepinn S' ,nihond-8-<|iininq Gregg Sr...r*tortd AFX Stenoscripf Sho'thond-Oictation i Tron. TypinqBeainninq Typing-Intermediate Office Machines Business low Real Estate, Mortgoges & Contracts Mn rine Shop Electronics TRADE TRAINING Auto Mechanics-Wheel Alignment Auto Mechanics Air Conditioning EVENING TRADE EXTENSION Small Engines Building Contractors Examination Review BUSINESS AND MARKETING F.ndomentols of Investments Tei hniqoes o Setting r,,_ te Brokers Troininq Real Estate Seles ftevi Estote Appraisals HOME ECONOMICS %  %  %  *: *i "ffsesr""" Israel Knesset (Parliament i for the past ^i\ years, he had been chairman of the Government Committee on income Tax Reform, and a member of the Knesset's Fori Affairs and Security Committee and its Constitutional. Legal and Judicial <"< mmitte Zadok, who was born in Poland iii 1913. emigrated to Palestine In 1935. Reports on Israel's current c> onomic situation and development needs will also be presented at the Israel Bond conference by Dr. Joseph J. Schwartz, vice president of the Israel Bond Organization; Samuel Rothberg, national campaign chairman; and Louis H. Boyar, chairman of the Board of Governors, all of whom returned last week from a survey tour of Israel. They will discus the results ol conferences thej had with Pri Minister Le> i ISshkoJ, Finance ister Pinhas Sapir and other go\ eminent leaders on various pei inf the country's economj | S pti mlier 1 1!" I ATTENTION TO THE MIAMI BEACH JEWISH COMMUNITY To those who live in the vicinity ol the BETH I f IIIH SYNAG0G9 K I. Sidnev S. Marguliea, who with our deceased brother. Israi Diamond, helped to build the Both Tfilah Synagogue, into which we devoted our heart and soul. I have been called back by the present Administration of Beth Tfilah, to redecorate the Synagogue, inside and outside, and make all the necessary repairs The Shul has been. Thank God. beautifully decorated and is fully Air-Conditioned and is truly a "Mokom Kodosh I would like to see all the old members return to our Synagogue, and new Members come and join me ii the Beth Tfilah and attend the High Holy Days Services Tfilah Synagogue. the Beth | i (Tickets available at Shul Office, 935 Euclid Ave., M.B.) I t^i'c/new *.*>. ^ rlarg/^liet j I i i i •MR eight years at the University of Tel Avh Prior to his appointment to the Cabinet three months ago, Za lok had served as an observer at the i onsultative Asse m b 1 y of thi Council of Europe, a position he held since 1961. A member oi the C ietfcmf > Day Carnival, 49;> Brickell Ave., Miami, will l>e held on the grounds Sept. 5 from 11' noon to 7 pin The carnival will he a |oint 'project and proceeds iil go to eheritj and crippled children's hospitals ARK YOUR CHILDREN "THE VANISHING AMERICAN JEWS?" Register Your Child in a Jewish School of Your Choice Today! THERE IS A JEWISH SCHOOL IN YOUR NEIGHBORHOOD. HEBREW DEPARTMENTS NOW OPEN SUNDAY DEPARTMENTS OPEN SUNDAY, SEPT. 12 FOR FULL INFORMATION AND DETAILS WRITE OR TELEPHONE Bureau ol Jewish Education (A member agency of the Greafer Miami Jewish federation* 940 Lincoln Road Mall JE 1-0403 Miami Beach, Fla. The Bureau of Jewish Education is now in the process of accrediting all qualifying schools. Such Jewish schools will be officially accredited beginning December, ",905 and will then display the Bureau's identifying certificate ol merit. LOUIS SCHVfARTZMAN. Executive Director JOSEPH COHEN, President



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Pace 8-A +JewlstnorMk*r Friday. September 3. 1965 Councilman Seiderman Eyes Change "If a man is really interested 11 -eliiny the kind of govern ineit Miami Beach deserves, it i e< mes crj -tal clear that a : deal of change will be nee essi ry." is the view of Paul Seiderman, who was elected to Miami Beach City Council last June. After less than three months in office, Seiderman has dedicated himself toward the achievement ot that change The easiest thing to do is to srt tack and accept things as ytv.i find them — to make facade moves in order to 'fulfill' your campaign promises. After all, e\ M runs i>n a platform dedicated to change. Worthy Councilman •But the truth is that if you dor. t mind losing friends, if your paramount motive is not simply to enjoy the success of election and your new position, if you don't feel that your personal life anc time should mean more to > ihan all those promises, why thtn you're on the way to being a v. -:hy councilman.'' During the brief time Seidermr: has sat on the Miami Beach City Council, at least according to his own criteria, those who are in a position to know and have been observing his work are judging him as worthy. Seiderman has an office tucked away in the Miami Beach Audi torium. La?t year he gave up his business affiliations here. Being a Miami Beach City Councilman is a full-time job for him tocsy. Of course. I certainly do mind making enemies." he declared. But Seiderman is naturally immune. He came to Greater Miami from New York with his family seventeen years ago, where he served for four years as head of the Rackets Bureau hi the Brook1>; District Attorney's Office. Change was Necessary After seventeen years of active participation in the civic life 0 his community. I knew everything a political non-participant can possibly know about the ings of government. I knew i.'h to know change wa< netry. 1 had seen the show — %  actors and the stage." ej haired and distinguishedng. Seiderman mused some• sadly 'Today, I am still at ;zed at just how deep th Sti -e really is — the part of the •' %  • you can never see unless 6 MS od the actors. Iflike an iceberg. It seems that ninety ent of it lies buried out of Now I know how much I In'l possibly know without elected and actually {el to work." until now, one of his major ests W ;>an active mem' • of the Florida Office of the I>efamation League of B'nai •h. He rose rapidly through PAUL SEIDERMAN appeasing dissatisfactions the ranks to become chairman of the Florida Board of ADL. With his District Attorney's background. Seiderman became a •natural" in the area of striving toward the achievement of hu man rights and in the battle against anti-Semitism. Racial and religious bigotry and injustices rankled and still rankle him. But his nose for things that are wrong have turned toward a fuller dedication to tihe achievement of new horizons for Miami BeachAreas of Concern "Change means many things," Seiderman explained. "1 ran because I was dissatisfied with the government of my city. I wanted to see the establishment of truly responsible 1 a w enforcement. I was concerned about inequities in property assessment. I felt that too much nonsense was being mouthed about our senior citizens — too many promises were and are still being made them for purely political reasons and in the face of the fact that most of them simply are incapable of being fulfilled. And. in ad dition to these, I wanted to help gi\e Miami Beach a good conflict of interest ordinance." With the exception of property assessment, a matter now in the hands of Metro and out of the purview (>f the Miami Beach City Council. Seiderman has taken an active role in all these areas of his major concern Besi %  • wi rd was out tins week that Seiderman iinvolve! in investigations by the Dade County State Attorney's Office into the financial dealings oi the Miami Beach Auditorium a n d Conventi< n Bureau. Police Conferences "01 .nurse there Is inefficien cy on certain levels of our go\ eminent. Bui you just can't s:i back and permit it to remain. A lot oi people will ask: What can one -nan do? I don't kx K at it >; in had '.hat waj If "> %  !" > n movehe can make the iv.-t move behind In ii %  Seiderman points to the recenl ruckus over the appointment the Citj Police Chid as a cas m point "For the first t""'' the history of our city, we conferences with the chiet before bis a; liniment We spent hours and days going over ever) phase ot the Police Den and making recommendations f< r major uhanges right down te I patrolman's level More Time Needed •If you'll recall Seiderman noted, "we were criticized pretty soundly t'-r that kind ol dela> I don't see it as delay 1 would prefer to be able to take -i\ months to make an appointment of that sort." As a consequence of his inter est, Seiderman has wound up be ing the Council Police Committee—a one-man liaison agency between the chief and the council. "I guess that comes from my days in Brooklyn." Seiderman confessed. "Today." Seiderman added, •our police are talking about strengthening and making their role a more authoritative' one. As I see it. police activity should always have been that way." In the area of senior citizen concerns, he is the author of a Senior Citizens Advisory' Commit tee Resolution (No. 11W4) adopt ed by the City Council on July 7. "The committee involves eleven senior citizens organizations here, and our aim is to help •* tablish their needs and representation in the community on a more realistic level. We're trying to say less and do more about our seniors with respect to medical problems, geriatric requirements in general, and the seniors' com mitment to an intelligent expression of their needs before the Mi ami Beach Government. Political Exploitation "Our horizons and objectives mu?t be bona tide. To l>c lalkv Is to be unfair to them And. from an alternate i>int ot view, we also have to guard the citj against unfair practices bj those dedicated to exploiting the -en e %  fi r personal political rather than to representing then i esi interests 'I Ins new rt lion, hopefully, will work t*>th w ., \ Perhaps the most excitinj erman's efforts thus ; volves a conflict ot Interest ii (. nance including thirteen seca II d cot > I in.; ever) em] I yee, public official and ap tee on boards ol the city, committees and authorities or unpaid Seidei man was to troduce th dinance befi re tin CMy Council on Wedm "The ordinance will prohibit any councilman from participating in or voting on any matter TEMPLE ADATH YESHURUN 1025 N.E. MIAMI GARDENS DRIVE NORTH MIAMI BEACH RABBI SAMUEL R. STONE CANTOR MAURICE NEU and CHOIR BERNARD LEVY, President NURSERY thru CONFIRMATION ADULT COURSES JR. CONGREGATION YOUTH CLUBS SISTERHOOD and MEN'S CLUB HIGH HOLY DAYS SERVICES 6:00 P.M. 8:00 A M Sermon 10:30 A.M. Sears Available to Non-Members loci? ^I' BEACH COMM UNITY IS CORDIALLY INVITED TO our OPEN HOUSE, SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 12, 7:00 PM and I to our SOCIAL, SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 18, 9:00 PM FOLLOWED BY SLICHOS SERVICE AT MIDNIGHT did similar ,!,,• council where he may .:. ial •: **** peramul interests \Sei lerman lees it. "this ., ,.,[,;, to replace an okt• i |quate one, will be the best in Florida and one of the ...: in the nation To writ e it. Seiderman ranging research on %  Fairbanks, Alaska, to indria, V'a "Here is a pi ime example p unte Uj "where you can'l be afraiI ol making enemies, if change is reall) what you believe • be made What I wan: is to create a new image of the Citj of Miami Bead! urn eminent ag bunest and dedicated to the citizens it represents I want a complete reversal of the national view ot US aa playground where anything goes Today, Seiderman remains dedicated to justice through the ADL as co-chairman of the League. N %  t i o II a 1 Community Service Committee He is a member of itNational Commission and chairman of the Board of Tru. tees of the Honda Regional \,| \ivcrv Hoard. Itut he is frank to confess that "1 am much less mvoU.sl | up every day and in the b) Ha m. Niuhts mean to 7 oi • > p m depending upon what work lies ..head." Indefinite Tenure Right now, Seiderman I• with a chance in the city ter involving changes of t. I believe that indefinite :, f


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Friday. September 3. 1965 -Jfni*t fhrMfor Page 9-A Court Ends B-G Hearings Viewing results of a membership social held Sunday evening, 8 p.m., at Beth David Congregation, are seated (left to right) Mrs. Irving Weiner. president of Sisterhood, and Max Jacobson. chairman of the Membership Committee. Standing are Dr. Moiton Getz and Dr. and Mrs. Edward Cutler. Theme of the evening was "Getting to Know You." &f • CONGREGATION BETH EL 500 S.W. 17th Ave. Miami, Florida Cordially Invites You to Our High Holiday Services in Our Newly Renovated Sanctuary Rabbi .Solomon S.liiff officiating )l*>nibvrsliip f*Vfrif Avwptvd REGISTRATION NOW OPEN for Tuition-free Hebrew and Sunday School For information concerning Membership, Services and Religious School Phone 379-3004 TEL AVIV (JTAi — The If* 1 '"uri of Honor ended ithearnr-'s on argument! to expel former Premier David Ben-(.unon and six of ins followerfor creating an %  ndependeni li>t for the November Parliamentary elections, and announced it would issue a ruling nexl week. Tu i more of the six Mapai leaders who joined with Mr. Ben Gurion to form the Israel Workers (Rafi) to challenge Premier Levi Eshkol leadership at the polls— Vmos Deganl and Gideon Ben-Israel told the Court the) no long 11 consider themselves Mapai members. Earlier. Yizhar SmilanskjC one of the accused, formally resigned from the party The four other Rafi leaders — Mr. Ben Gurion. ex-Deputy Defense Minister Shimon Peres, former Housing Minister Josef Almogi, and Hanna Lamdan — said they were withdrawing from the Court hearings because the tribunal had made their defense against charges of splitting the party "impossible." The final session was marked by an impassioned statement by Yaacov Shapiro, attorney for the Mapai prosecution. He charged that Rafi was a "neo-Fascist group based on the leader principle." He asserted that Mr. Ben-Gurion had "attempted to set himself up as more equal than others," when he appeared before the Court last week. The prosecuting attorney quoted from George Orwell's satire. "Animal Farm." in which one Of the animals w h i c h drove out their human masters, to establish self-government. justified setting up a dictatorship on grounds that "all animals are equal, but some are more equal than others." Nahum Shalmi. head of Mapai'* Control Commission, who appeared with Mr. Shapiro for the prosecution, told the court that • despite Ins achievements. BenGurion has evidenced all signs of a dictator, and he is a danger to Israel society Muha Ka-[>i. the Rafi attorney, announced he was withdrawing from the case. He toll the tribunal that there was no point in this continuing, since the Court ha-i rejected his demands to call Pre nner K-shkol. Foreign Minister Golds Meir, and other Mapai minister.as witnesses for the defense. Zamora Schools List Schedule Temple Zamora daily Religious with the Sunday School. Instmcand Sunday School will open for tion will be in conformity uith the the fall semester on Tuesday. Sept. practices of the United Synag igl 7 according to president. Ainslee (,f America and the Bureau >: R. Ferdie. Jewish Education. Mrs. Estelle Moskowitz has been MiRose Gursky will continue named registrar. AGUDATH ACHIM Congregation LOMBARDY HOTEL 6305 Collins Avenue # Miami Beach RESERVATIONS now being accepted DAILY HIGH HOLIDAY SERVICES TO BE CONDUCTED BY RABBI SIMON APRIL RABBI HARRY ZARETSKY, Cantor | Tic kefs Available 12 Moon to 4 P.M., Evenings 7 to 9 SUNDAYS TO THURSDAYS ORTHODOX SHVfCfS SIATS $10.50 I $1230 INQUIRIES INVITED PHONE 866-7761 P./M > 4 • 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 • 4 4 1 4 % % > > % Congregation Beth Tfilah (ORTHODOX SYNAGOGUE) 935 Euclid Avenue, Miami Beach Newly Decorated and Completely Air Conditioned 1114.11 HOI ll \i SERVICE* CONDUCTED BY RABBI JOSEPH E. RACKOVSKY ickets available at Shul office — 935 Euclid Ave., Miami Beach Phone JE 8-1521 THE MINY0NAIRES SYNAGOGUE Modern Traditional 3737 Bird Rd., Miami HI 6-2181 HIGH HOLIDAY SERVICES Under the Leadership of the Well Known CANTOR FRED BERNSTEIN Limited Number of Seats Still Available TICKETS ARE S10 EACH ISRAELITE CENTER CONSERVATIVE, 3175 S.W. 25th St., Miami Ph. 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ROSH HASHONO BEGINS SUNDAY EVENING, SEPTEMBER 26) TEMPLE BETH SH0L0M "The Liberal Congregation on the Beach" 4144 Chase Avenue, Miami Beach LEON KR0NISH, Rabbi DAVID C0NVISER, Cantor .NURSERY through CONFIRMATION) Religious School Registration Now in Progress Call the Temple Office — JE 8-7231 i %  ,n regarding THE I1KTH SH*l>M KAMIL1 PLtAN TEMPLE JUDEA OF CORAL GABLES LIBERAL REFORM 320 Palermo Avenue RABBI MORRIS A. KIPPER RELIGIOUS SCHOOL MEN'S CLL3 YOUTH GROUP SISTERHOOD ADULT EDUCATION JR COTILLION Sabbath Srvicts: Friday 8:15 P.M.. Saturday II A.M. For affiliation and information: HI 4-9874 TEMPLE SINAI The Only Reform Temple in North Dade 1820 N.E. 164th St., North Miomi Beach Worship Service*—Hebrew and Sunday School through Confirmation Daniel M. lowy, Rabbi Chef Gale, Coater MIOH HOLY DAY SERVICES Nerth Miami Beach Auditorium 17010 N.E. 1t* Avenue Far Tea Affiliation anet lasWmation: *49-3429 TEMPLE ISRAEL OF GREATER MIAMI 137 N. E. 19th Street Serving All of Oade County for 44 Years DR. JOSEPH R NAROT, RABBI JACOB G BORNSTEIN. CANTOR Services everyFridoy eveaine art 8:15 o'clock Mid-Week Hebrew Classes: North Miami—at John F. Kennedy Junior High. South Miami at University of Miami For Temple Affiliation and Religious School Information Call FR 9-1757 5988 M. Kendall Drive (S.W. 88th St.) SOUTH MIAMI. FLORIDA Cordially Invite* You to Join Ita Congregational Family. Religious School, Hebrew School, Nursery School. Adult Education, Youth Group. Phone MO 8-2536 Rabbi Herbert M. Sawaaoard. DHL Adjacent to Coral Gables and Kendall l _rtAAA l VV\Af\ l >* i r*irV*V* *r*r* l ^ l l ^ l l ^r* l l*l** ** *A*A*


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Fcge 10-A >JeHt> FlcrMJtr Friday. September 3, 1965 1 Bonn Regrets Envoy Demonstration .... —.„. •itatsaal on Jew* in th Cn of Russia's top heart surqeons recently visited Magen 1 avid Adorn facilities in Israel to study blood storage proc-sses at the Marcus Memorial Blood Fractionation Plant in Jcifa, built by American Red Mogen Dovid for Israel. The sitor. Prof. Alexendra Vassilievna Ikonnikova, deputy di ctor of the open heart suraery in Moscow (right), had warm aise for Magen David Adorns facilities and operations. Shown with the Russian specialist are leading officials of I agen David Adorn. _^— Continued from Page 1A Arab countries which suspended them when Bonn recogniied Israel. \\ c -1 German opinion reacted with shock and pained sun the Jerusalem demonstration Eri Mende. the Wesl German Vice Chancellor, declared at an eiecUon meeting thai the not smacked of Communist and neo Fascist tat tics The blue-white flag of meanwhile was raised on German soil this weak lor the flrsl time as Ben Nathan presented h • ml U-tti rs of credence lust Ambassador to Republic of German) coverage ww "/ ''"' ceremoR) ww ""' (lag i" < .Hid on .ill WZO Ends Meet With Eye Toward Reorgan iza tion ENEVA — (JTA) — Ir Nail i (ioldmann. president of the v.. id Zionist Organisation, told tiN.-i! session this week ol the • :nc tin., oi a special commlsK mi WZO reorganifation that. : %  many Jev.s. the exelusive •y basis for affiliation with the ; list movement habeen an oble. He su'^uested that the comrion should consider and reedent' ways by which individual organizations and commun. could join tinmovement withpart; affiliation. IB 50-member commission was C eat< d b) the 2Gth World V nst Organization to make a '. .!>reh -naive study of means of •• rgaaj ins; and revitalizing the > '> an.! the Jewish Agency. The licipants, themselves Zionists. c selected without reference to ROOF LEAK? CALL VICTOR COIVIf Let us repair it or apply a new one. For fret estimate phone: ACME T> IIOOI l\(, WT 635-1952 the movement's party structure They came from Israel. Europe, Latin America, the United States and Canada. The questions examined during 'Ins week's five days of closed commission meetings were: How to attract Jewish yoirth and involve unafflliated elements of the Jewish communities; how to strengthen the territorial ZiI onst organizations and how to safeguard Hie democratic character of the Zionist movement; the nature of Zionist participation in Jewish communal lifa; the relationship between, the Zionist organization and the various groups working for Israel, including fund-raising agencies; and how to coordinate the activities of the Jewish Agency with the work of the Zionist territorial groups. 1 nmission members left for their respective countries to be'-'in detailed ttudies oi those issues, tn gather information, and to hold hearings t" help determine recommendations from the three regions — Europe. Latin America and North America. The commission is expected to assemble aaain next summer to bring together all the data thus collected, and to take further step. tn cany (.at its Congress mandate, as Israel's the I-1 Mr Ben x than was formerly director-general of IsraelDetense Ministry. The presentation was made to acting w.-M German President Get Pge Zihn in a brief and simple ceremonv set by West German protocol. Israel's flaj; was raised over the temporary Israel Emba -\ in Cologne. Representatives of German Jewry attended the ceremany. Mr. Hen-Nathan commented that "this is to recall that the pre ent does not erase the past Later, he placed a wreath at the monument in Cologne for the 6,000,000 Jewish victims of the Na/i holocaust. Rabbi A. Churachevsky received the envoy at the Cologne Synagogue, which was destroyed ir 1938 during the Nazi "Crystal Night," and rebuilt seven years ago. The rabbi recited Kadish before the wreath was placed on the monument. There were no speeches during the Cologne rites. The Ambassador was driven from Cologne to Villa HammerBChmldt here, for the credential* presentation ceremony in President Heinrich Luebke's limousine In the cavalcade of accompanying cars were West German officials and members of the Israel Embassy staff. Mr Ben-Nathan made a short address in which he expressed the hope that Israel and West (HTniany would now enter on normal relations and a happy future for both. Dr. Zinn reciprocated the sentiments in his reply. West German officials sought to avoid overstress on the significance of the (K-ca-ion. but wide spread public interest was evidenced by the presence at botii I resi ntation i, l-r.ic ,. (..inn.i press services w, n t n it*. A New P 1 MOKlj AN 1U0 ltt'"| [PERIKELTON] COCONUT GROVE PLAYHOUSE 3500 Main Highway.Miami HI 5-2581 WINNER OF 8 ACADEMY AWARDS Bnr PICTURE six HAKKISON, BEST ACTO GE0SGE ClnTOff, Etf JT DIKtCTO* '•AUDREY HEPBURN" REX HARRISON. 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Page 12-A +Jelst Fkrkf&n Friday. September 3, 1965 Kelt \aions s ervices ^Ulxis li/ceheyid AGUDATH ACHIM. 6305 Co'lins Ave. m Orthodox. i -.. % % %  I I Op n AG.DATH ISRAEL 7P01 Carlyle Ave. I Orthodox. Rabl'i Isaac Ever AHAVAT SHALOM CONGREGA| TION. 985 SW 67th Ave Oorthoo.Cantor Israel Kershner. • ANSHE EMES. 2J33 SW 1<"th A^. Coni.rv.tivV Emanuel Ku.helewitt, ——— president. Mr* x %  i %  %  St Conservative. Cohen. Cantor Louit CANDLELIGHTING TIME 6 Elul —6:19 p.m. BETH DAVID. 2625 SW 3rd Ave. Conservative. Rabbi Sol Landau. Cantor # Willl.m W. Lipson. • BETH TFILAH 93! Euclid v Or" thodox. Rabbi Joseph E. RacKovsky. Ilia, n l 'I % %  % %  %  -'' Mil*" I JACOB C COHEN CO MM UN I TV • SVSA. %  Avc Oit-odox. R.ibti Tibor H. Stem. I K\ESETH ISRAEL M V Orthodox. Rabb Dav.d Lehrflele ( intor %  '• % %  %  "' % %  s %  %  I Mm %  2 UUBAVITCH6R M'N\ AN Ml A mgton Ave. Orthodox. R.iObi • ham Korf. C.ntor Ernest F em • MIAMI BEACH ETZ CHA M (toil Ave. Orthodox. Rate _i ham Strass'elO. vah V Mi .1 I Mr. I %  BETH EL. 500 SW 17th Ave. Ortho, dox. Rabbi Solomon Scruff. Sa Ti Xot O .' ., ... Stud) i lace 6 15 M <" Mln• i |. m. MINVONAIRES CONGREGATION ~ ..,...t. 1717 Bird Rd. Modern Traditional. BETH TORAH 164th St ano NE 11th !" ra # Ave. Conservative R.bb Max LipSHALOM 911 Nori-.ino Dr. schitz. C.ntor Jacob 4*nir. Orthooox. Rabbi Phmeas WeberFrid ly 6 p.m. Sal H %  „,.,„ Mr anil Mrs Manuel Ml SEPHARDiC JEW SH CENTER. 64f and Mr* Mi %  • % % %  ,! 6 p m Collins Ave. Rev Cantor Sadi N.hmias. B'NAI RAPHAEL 1401 NW 'S3rd St. &Ky LAKE SYNAGOGUE. 1120 Mi. Conservative. Rabbi Harold Richter. am| Cirden Dr O'tnodo* Ratoi Cantor Jack Lerner. Jonah E. Capl.n. Cantor Louis — • Goodman. CUBAN HEBREW CIRCLE OF Mlp ;.m Si AMI. 1242 Washington Ave. OrthoAdapting to dox. Rabbi Dov Roiencweig -. Iew Pi Ki C Other P "• FLAGLER • GRANADA 50 NW 51t PI. Conservative Rabbi David RosTEMPLE ADATH VESHURUN. Con. enteld. Cantor George Goldberg. servative. 1025 NE 183rd St.. Miami Traditional. Rabbi MM I Friday 6:30 p.m Rar Gardens Rd. Rabbi S.mue. R. Stone Shapiro. Cantor Benjamin Ben-Ari. Mitivah: Kennetl ml I Ml ind Cantor Maurice Neu. Mrs Ueorai Segall Mlncl m. FWda> l m Saturda) • IS am Mln• FT. LAUDERDALE EMANL-EL. 1801 S. Andrews Ave. Reform Rabbi Richard M. Leviton. Cantor Jerome Klement. BETH ISRAEL. 711 40th St. Orthodox. Rabbi Berel Wein. i p in Satui % %  !> 9 %  %  men: The in. Judge Mini ha 6 J3 j in BETH JACOB. 301 Washington Ave. Orthodox. Rabbi Shmary.hu T. Swirsky. Cantor Maurice Mamches. BETH KODESH. 1101 SW 12th Ave. Friday nunsi l Saturdaj • %  %  • %  m Sermon: "Why Strife In Laboi Movement Dlncuaslon 5:13 p.m.: "Portion of tlii Law 11| usaion t 15 'Extol the Labo i BETH MOSHE CONGREGATION "3630 W. Dixie Hwy. Conservative. Rabbi Richard Marcovitz. Cantor Seymour Hinkes. Saturda) B:45 a.m. tlltsvah '' Mr. Xorman Senfeld Klddush t" HEBREW ACADEMY. 2400 Pmetree Dr. Orthooox. R.-.r-t. Alexander S Gross. HOLLYWOOD TEMPLE SINAI. 1201 Johnson St. Conservative Rabbi i.i, David Shapiro. Cantor Yehud.h Heilbr.un. TEMPLE BETH AM. 5950 S. Kendall Dr.. So. Miami. Reform. R.bbi Herbert B.umg.rd. r>lda> .. • p m Family Wi • l •• s< n Ii • >< rm n ''. I T<> be 11 • • \. .1 birthda) -lurk • and Septembi 1 Ml (.'! !•'• ..m Bai >'. Sa .•!:. MII : Mr and Mi Al lhur EETH RAPHAEL. 1545 Jefferson Ave. Conservative. Rabbi Zevi i. Green*ald. Cantor Saul H. Breeh. ... i in Si I mon I'.'.. An ..f Seif-J :_%  ..*-! %  Saturdaj v 3ti .i in I ~~ • ivah Richard, son of Ml and ISRAELITE CENTER. .--T.' SW 25th HOMESTEAD JEWISH CENTER 8th St, Ho.iiestead. Conservative. C.ntor Pincus Aloof. Hebrew Lesson .nj?Tni nxna ru-ia TO I:: n-n ,vnirt> rrV ntto T T 1 \ T T • T ---: s"n .I'M' ;•-:•: T --.•. am • • 11 < anin'nx c**n r.rnb nVW n*r:s r* .nj—ipwa i ^ "~n ijTTiaa .innan ~7T"":n D'ai'i&snciwn .=•% %  -rn .'?x";.!r"f"ixa -2 "sxin lio^tfn n"?r>nna -a arnrftiH yz* •: % %  -—njao mna ni •:_•' %  J rsins? -*rr, Kin ,B*I _. r r _„. .._ _..._... .n\ai;a tnw D-tai %  in?,:',) i-sin ]"z -:--2 "?5 ,:-.-i"mx D"n nsn? .a-ax-'rna a;n niti 15 n-jjiT crx trnsinn .orn irnhto nnas nns nKx*-na) H.im Arlozorov There are people who were born 1o be leaders. Such was Haim ArTEMPLE BETH EL OF HOLLYWOOD 1351 S 14th Ave Reform. Rabbi Samuel Jaffe. lnii.iv n Memorh i .... t" i" • • %  lurda) 11 .t •! i :.ii Mitivah Andrev MHI "f Mr and Mrs Paul H K • • TEMPLE BETH SHIRAH. 7500 SW 120th St Reconstructionist. Rabbi Morris Skop. • TEMPLE BETH SHOLEM of Hollywood. 1725 Monroe St Conservative. Rabbi Morton M.l.vtky. Cantor Ernest Sterner. • TEMPLE BETH SHOLOM 4144 Chase Ave. Liberal. Rabbi Leon Kromsh Cantor D.vid Conviser. Ri i i i M %  ram b iiraid nf Au( %  • TEMPLE B'NAI SHOLOM 16800 NW 22nd Ave Conservative Rabbi S M M.chtei Cantor Abraham Re.seman. ..... Sa t u I .' %  Ml and Mr* l.i: Ail lei Kidi • roii.m • — TEMPLE BETH TOV. 6438 SW 8th St. Conservative. Rabbi Ralph 2. Glixman. Frid i s.,: ird. i SYNOPSIS OF THE TORAH PORTION SHOFET.M A prophet anoints a King from imonj Ml brethren. •Thou shalt sel him King ovei "•• whom the ^ | .' SHOFETIM 'Judges uid offic lho m ,,,, uh,.!the Lord Ih, %  I .halt not pl.nl thee an A : • it, r of the Lord thy God tvhich thou th.ll v ,. .,• thee up a p.iiar -hicli the Lofd thj i Deut 16 18-2 n,,,,,!!, of two writnesMa or three witnei hill ,• that is to die be put to death; at the mouth ol gha ll • .. put to death" Deut 17:8 I thee ... .....!%  ii.-nt th. unto the place which the Lard thy i ch %  shall .,,..,:, unto thee rrom that pla which th< mall \>< ut IT B-9 If like the other nations, the children of Israel u should desire a king, "Thou shalt in an) wise set bin %  i over the. whom the Lord th-. God mall choose one from amoni brethren shall thou set king over thee; thou mayml not p foreigner over thee, who la not thy brother Onlj he shall multiply horsei to himself Neither shall h.multiply wives to himself Neither shall h< greatl) multiply to himself silver ami gold He shall write a copy of thli law In %  booh out of that which is before the priests the Levites And it shall %  nh him. an.l h. shall read therein all the days of hilife; that hr mav learn to fear the l.ord his Cod (Deul 17 15-191 The children of Israel may expect prophets to rite >n the Promised Land, men of God like Mixes himself. "And it shall come to pass, that whosoever will not hearken unto Mv words which he shall speak in My name. I will require it of him" (Deut 18:19). How mav th. Israelites distinguish %  tnie prophet from a false one? "When a prophet speaketh in the name of the l.ord. if the thing follow not nor come to DOSI I is the thing which the Lord hath not spoken; the prophet hath sjxiken it presumptuously, thou shall BOl I* "f him (Deut 18 221 The portion also tnats ,.f the ct.es of refuge it cites the speech that the priest and officers are %  make t" battle, and states the laws ot warfart thai spplj to anj (it> not of the seven Canaanite nations The portion ends with the reg ulations dealing with the heifer offer! ment wbei slain person is found in the field and th< identity of the mur derer is not known This recounting of th Waekly Portion o Hie Law it extracted and based upon "The Graphic H. story of the Jewish Heritage" edited by P. Wollman Tsarnr, $15 Publisher is Shengold, and the volume is available at 27 William St., New York 5, N.Y. President of the society distributing the volume is Joseph Schlang. THE RABBI SPEAKS FROM HIS PULPIT Man Should Submit To the Law oi God *L.-J TOT irSJ TSS —:2 TEMPLE EMANU-EL. 1701 Washing. ton Ave Conservative. RabOi Irving n etea imeasji ssssx k • -, — ... ... -, r sn* n -rn ir sn^S72 ~:-%  -in-n iin yz onan Lehrman. Cantor Zvi Adler %  TEMPLE ISRAEL OF CREATER MIAMI. 137 NE 19th St Reform. Raboi Joseph R s,., ro % %  • • • ihi -• • Jew \ ltf.1 :r,"V—X .%  ;•: 13 TEMPLE JUDEA' 3 a Pn f m(1 A, Liberal.Reform. Rabbi Morns Kp. ',' %  '• irtlaj Bai ens* ^,ai ten .nnvi T ^US^JS m 1 SJSi '.i7i D"K'7pn L j .D-ia y owitz. TEMPLE NEB TAMID. 80th St. and Tatum Waterway. Modern Tradi. tional. Rabbi Eugene Labov.ta. Cantor Edward Klein. tale V\'hen he came to the country, Mltaval he was already a known leader .' M: ~ ,' • > He was eleeted to the manage>.,, 7MM :49 ii839i in thei,,-,. .. .. -, %  ', •"" TEMPLE SINAI OF NORTH MIAMI I kra.ne A, a young age, he moved t tI,h h B **S? '"' ^S. S gh! ; t por ry o 0, e • ,8 !" "* s With his fannly to ( ;en,Kiny. where Jf 1 f r a -">" !" "> -' %  the Ar^XoTC^H,. OMM M "-* hi studied in a secondary school. ', .. .. i i ., ,, U Men he was 17. he OTginized S J£ £} llPR,lln, s f ,hc *** J group of friends and fouml.d the "''' h (, ;'"! ,a,, v Arl '"" : "" v n,tr %  %  %  ...•! Hat.a.r." that did important M "" [ [£*"*' "' !" was a dan i.rk among the Jewish ;"' ""' '£* u %  *" "' ?/": TE 4t M h P iv E TI M FERETH JACOB E. h in German: Arlozoro'" : ^ ,n \ miKri,x '" n '" >" urh ; n < 1 "—^. con.ervat.ve. thought that only a socialist T i -'"• 1, ;'"\ fr ""' <-"n..any. '^"' <" ""• .. %  !! 1 m" r,""" h '" S "f 31 aa.PL. thought ahou, work,,, SrJ^S^LTJr^ T *&£Z^&&& farmers and mdusTh( k||k rs a| ( not known ^^ V0 UN(J this :. people, about i o?rh^\^ofg *"* """ known un '" Sf-S v-w (Pub.ish^i by Brit Urith Ol.mit) By RABBI JONAH E. CAPLAN Sky Lake Synagogue 'Ihi '. erj >rni rstoni and I inthe < %  %  %  • seven basic rt •in the %  • %  ment <>f 1 a v. and o r d e r it was the la. k I law and order waa re ble f o r the flood The portion of the Torah for this S a 1> a t h places special empfastsii on the establishment i fasti CAPIAN Courts of law and the pursuit of justice it must i>


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r 3, 1965 *JtfW/5f n-trHiir Page 13-A Menorah #iamesWeiner As Choirmaster ^Hrah announces the ertfafl VHerhert Weiner to serve Buster. received extensive musical I lining in I'-11 -i•!.I !h.' hind of his birth. Durum the war. he suffered in the Bialystok (rhetto and then managed to survive the concentration camps Following World War II, Werner emigrated 111 MllMllWII. flu n.lii where, for seven years, he was choirmaster of one of the laru< d &• ri f i r aaasa. Nil or port M%  Also DveilahlO waafcends only •) conduct • %  Sunday School. B-6726 or JE 1-5577 Johnson Names James Roosevelt To UN Position Continued from Page 1-A resettled in Arabs lands, and opposing the continued heavy United States financing of the United Natiors Relief and WorWs Ager-cy for Palestine Refugees. The U.S.A. has been paying 70 percent of UNWRA's bills for mere than 15 years. The %  p • %  vVa... I nite SI %  tw tricl of ( >l i i Mr Br >ss S7, is a n Ik. Va The Pres:dent nominated James M Nabs iili. pre rs Fiom l.ui I he in the 1 roadi astmg field. ervii is edu< ition 1 n d public service di:ector in radio and tele• ision He has taught professional cours.it the University of Minnesota Kor main years, he was .1 stal leader In many community organizations, serving the public welfare in health and education in Minnesota and in Florida. He was for several years chairman of the Churches and Synagogues Division of the United Fund of Oade County and a member of the board of the Urban League of Greater Miami. During his nine years with the National Conference of Christiana and Jews in Florida, he directed its steady growth, establishment ol an office in Tampa and formaCANTOR for th Hlflh Holidays H. erv• CM f Include the three u,s and vpriene to coordinire Ath a choir. Ttfct •um of $7C0 tj m lude hit traveling ae*P *nsei to and In Dayton.i Bra.M F orida Writ* t£ tax 2973, Miami 33101 v*AMrWVvVVVvVvvvvvvv J ADVANCE Your Hebrew! {FREE in No. Miomi Beach. Convert I sation. Grammar, etc. — AIS0 HE-1 'BREW FOR ABSOLUTE BEGINNERS!. I SOON TO BEGIN! i Phone: 624-9719 NOW! I NATIONAL MONUMENT CO, • PERSONALIZED MEMORIALS INC. AUTHomieo .-. MONUMENTS MAUSOLEUMS v^ GRANITE a BRONZE MARKERS MARBLE BENCHES & VASES HI 6-6009 I 3250 S.W. 8 ST., MIAMI ALAN M. BLANK, INC. IIMHAI CHAPELS Three nu <'f Dt I 531-3441 & Head Ires. Inc., Pittsburgh, Po Jock lewis, Inc.. Baltimore, Md. 1743 Bay Road Off Dade Blvd. Miami Beach Shipping Anywhere in the World Free Economics Course A free course in Economics is being given at the Ida M. Fisher Community School, 1424 Drexel Ave., Miami Beach, beginning Tuesday. 7:30 p.m. Current problems, such aj> taxes, inflation and urban sprawl, are being examined. The course consists of ten weekly sessions of two hours each, and is being conducted by Raymond Abrams. director of the Miami Entension of the Henry George School. GRLIN UNVEILING i, MORRIS 0RLIN Sunday. September 12, at 1 p. it M S m .' p iting %  Jind Re itives Are \ I to Attend. I CANTOR FROM ISRAEL < Nice Baritone voice, good reler4 ences, seeks position. Address: Mr. Joseph Cohen-Roth c 0 Patwa Jewish Agency I P.O.B. 92, Jerusalem Israel REV. MAX KARL lion ni new chapters in the SI I'eti rsh Sarasota an 1 Bradenton ai ea -. In addition to his wife, Ruth, he i~ sun i\ ed bj .1 i r ithi r, Vlbei I Schiffman, ol L Vngeies, Calif.: ..-• %  Kahiert, %  it Flint, Mich, and Mrs Arthur l>>:. of Grand Lake 1 • s. 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Pnge 14-A +Je*lst Fhrldton _____ Friday, September 3, 1955 Off the Record: By NATHAN ZtPRIN Ecumenical Expected to Solve Jewish Problem N ROME this month, the Ecumenical Couadl is expected to close the chapone way or another on a move to exrate the Jewish people, both past and esent, of guilt in the death of Jesus, c motivation is almost too simple — motion of a distortion of history and 1 ped-for removal of what indubitably E been the primary climate for anti11 it ism in Christendom. The Issue over the past three years has been widely •cussc'l. and there is no inclination here to raise it '" though it is by no means certain that the debate end even if the "spirit of reconciliation" is triphant in the Catholic enclave in Home. A most percepthe analysis ol the development was d recently by Dr. Abram [AmjsSamr, president, of %  is University, Adding immensel) to its importance was the fact that it was made in Home, at an international Jewish Parley and belore an audience that was composed predominantly ot Roman Jews the 8ath An iiiversary Congress of the World OUT Union. Dr. Sachar welcomed the -spirit Of ecumenism." but lie simultaneously counseled that •there is a major danger in thftl promising spirit when it is earned f" rwa !" ingenuously." At the same time, he cautioned that the new spirit of reconciliation must not be permitted to "lull our people into abandoning the realism ol selt-help.' adding that "it does not betray cynicism or suspicion to b.ware of reliance on sentimentality or gratitude for the -seiitials of survival As an example, he cited the fact that the American ro remained in economic and cultural bondage through all the efforts of the white liberals until the Negroes I ham selves turned away from the bou n of Uncle Tom and began counting instead on their own As We Were Saying: By ROBERT E. SEGAL When the End of the Ku Klux Klan? QIFTING through tin life and ^ times "t the recently departed William Dudley l'elley. the Jew hater who launched his Silver 1 .<• %  .11 .Ian 3. 1933, the day Hitler took power, one speculates on a 1 -I on of far greater importance than the career and demise of one energetic American bigot. The larger question is: "How can t ic Government of the United States, given its mandate to allow its citizens to speak their minds and associate freely with all manner of men. crack UN Listening Post: By SAUL CARSON The New Tenant United Nations S UITE 42-A at the Waldorf To,' ers. an adjunct ol the Waldorf Hotel, is going to have a new 1 cupant, though the official tenant ithe same — the Governmi 1. ol thi 1 nited St ates The posh, nine-room apartn been 11 ial home ol Warren : '. : in; M as occupied [< r > %  nry Cabot Lodge, Jr.; belonged tor a short, to At r James .1 Wads worth; over bj Adlai E Stevenson; and now it %  '.1 inn .1 Goldberg. Suite 42 \ .mi oi Washington's permanent '. me, bul there i little • thai a new si even a new d sion, will be added when the new man moves in. That style was evident in a quotation voice lor Goldberg during the ceremony in which President Johnson announced his appointment Quoting Thomas Jefferson, and alluding to hiillustrious predeci Justice Goldberg said: "I succeed him No one could replace him." It Arthur Goldberg docnot "replace Adlai Stevenson, the fact is. however, thai Stevenson himsell might have chosen the jurist as his own successor, In a profile Of Mr. Goldberg in the New Yorker in IIM;2. a man identified onlj as one who "holds a high I nited Nations post" — believe! to lie Stevenson — was quoted as saying: "I'd like to see Goldberg up against Khrushchev .md Gromyko. He knows the Communists, and he knows bow to bargain, when to give, when to be tough, and when issues postponed that he doesn't want to talk about." Mr Stevenson knew Arthur Goldberg not only aone of the most skilled mediators and negotiators the United States has ever produced, but also as urn who was deeply involved in America's attitude tow,nl the USSR because, as a Jew. and as. a great humanitarian, interested in human rights foi all people and pained b> Soviet persecutions of Jewry Mr. Goldberg had frequently spoken up on those issues — not only in the context of meetings conducted by Jewish organizations but in forums of a more general character. Only last May, at the inauguration of a project for the establishment oi a Jewish Center lor the United Nations, to complement similar Protestant and Catholic houses of worship in proximity to the I \ complex, Ambassador Goldberg had proposed that ;m international court on human rights be established. And at the same event, announcement wamade that a group of friends in Washington would establish at the new Center a "Judaism and Peace" library in honor of then Justice Goldberg. Thus, the circle has been closed — embracing his Jewishness, his readiness to fight the USSR when battle was in order, his love of peace, his devotion to law and justice, his fitness to wear the mantles of Herbert Lehman and Adlai Stevenson. down effectively on such a pernicious organi; as Ihe Ku Klux Klan.'" A single-minded fanatic like Pellej can go for years without getting caught in the net ol the law. He can make a small fortune manufacturing toilet paper, as did l'elley: he can turn to writing and profit thereby, as did l'elley: he can parla> esoteric hunches about the Pyramids and the Nile Into a "Foundation for Christian Economics" and cash In, as did Pelley; and he can even run for President on the Christian Front ticket in 1836 as Pelley did. Then comes World War II and indict ment, conviction, and a prison term on the basis ol well-founded sedition charges That finishes Pelley, Not so the Ku Klux Klan. Thrice now it hos risen, passed out the hoods infiltrated local governments, spread terror and death; and still it goes careening through the Anie; ican countryside The Klan of 18C>5 to 1871. pres e rved on celluloid in "The Birth of a Nation." owed what success it bad to southern revulsion against clumsy northern Carpetbagging. It burned down to ashes when Confederate leaders who guided it — men lik, 1 in Forrest — refused to consort longer with the low and violent men who seized its helm Klan II. the Phoenix rising from 1915 to 1944, battened on the malaise OVer American participation m two Vorld War-and nourished occasionally thanks lo tin popularity of witch-hunting, fear oi immigrants, u -m. and the opportunit] to unite peoI gainst scapegoats during periods oi depression Klan ill we have with us now — the Klan bi %  i d in church bombings, the murd< nd el irts to smear Martin Luther r \ number ol methods re be ex| I, hopefully, to smas n n eetings winch bristle with I \ iol< me. dynamiting %  1 pin th ir hope; J)> the House Committee on L'n Imer That bodj voted late in March to eond ol the Kl in 'I he commit) 1 Representative Edwin E Willis, 1from I 1 ami night well have observed lately evi 1 Klan mod Hing m the tense situation in the Bogalusa area Presence of three other Southerners, in addition to Congressman WHHs, on the House panel chosen to Investigate the Klan. raises the hopeol those who put their trust m the Un-American Activities Committee, Already .quipped with itregulai 0 appropriation, thai bodj received an extra $50,000 for the Klan probe in April. Bui there are many drawbacks Alreadj some ol the prospective witnesses are underscoring their dedication to oaths ol secreej as '-rounds for re fusing to testifj Again, the Committee has Seen so preoccupied with its "study" of Communism thai its must devoted supporters naturally include pie who spauk far right movements, and thai in the (Clansman's foot. -hoe Panorama: callous Christian Similarly, he observed that Israel, after the murder ol six million Jews in the v. iv heart „f Europe, "as not established by the pious rest„„„,of the UN but "by the Wood and Mcrifice ol the vasti) outnumbered Israelis themselves while their democratic sponsors stood by." Pecla-ins that the time was long overdue for a s. im reappraisal Of the techniques of good will as a means of achieving justice and equality. Dr. Sachar told his audience \\e have a tradition in my country of sponsoring a Catholic priest, %  Protestant minister dnd a rabbi -liare a platform and who Utter eloquent generate about what we have in common. Who can object to symbolic displays of amity? Thej attempt to ere. affirmative climate for tasks thai we mu-t -h • %  • But we t that tin1no substit ti for 1 eiiance it Is es| id remember this when the reach for coopi 1 .I:t reail) In Ihe lai Im' to hang I reatl •' • BS the Vati 1 ild be foi %  •! en I the 1 i n 0U | Him lioi lews isn'l it • h Yol %  plead with th pi fi -to ol a fjod, 1 es whon what"' • pen too ai nil to tin idea ol i.i ; km> '• 1 v '''ona the reached a poinl he fell abandoning of the effort would ental to Jewish interests What Di Sachar has done 1to pui the matter in a perspectivi I will IH' understi should be understood u well in Jewish precinct* throughout the world. Todays Thought: By DR. SAMUEL SILVER Itinerant Eleanor you ENJOYED hearing Hie la I p .• %  Mr resemble I %  In fact, MrBrickner has the learning anI • 1 wet ty of a rabbi ind she round n v l i "'' there weren't .. t. %  that ill .lev !-• I menl Mrs Brickner not because I m hi or because she is desirous ol adding lo h< %  •• but I I warn io BOOM up the I | nal niiations have a wealth of Hi lewish women to ,-all op m for their pr i|s are sorrtetim. iture ot %  :i show< Up '11 are their activities \o 041 and cosmetic demonsti i"'i" and gtamour men .. Thej are bul so are mm of the '" u """1 Iccturei eapah t offering cul • enrichment to your audience By DAVID SCHWARTZ Some Very Cheerful Rabbinic Nugget s RABBI AKIBA, the father of rabbinic %  Judaism," was a late starter He didn't commence his studies until he was a man of 40. One ol hiyounger col leagues mocked at those "who learn when they are old" but Akiba had the last laugh. He is the most quoted figure in the Mishna One of the most cheerful characters of the Talmud was known as G mi Bu Le Tov. Mr. U-Tov w aB no Frenchman. Aelua,,, was Rabbi Nah.irn but he was called (Jan Zll ,. Tm ,. cause he believed that ••everything ,s ,,„• (he best" which iwhat die word* "(lam Zu Le Tox" timist was paralyzed irt both feet. When the Governor of the Warsaw, (he clergy of The rabbi i nd The Archbishi mean This great op province once imme to all faiths went out to meet bun •enttng she .lews, was put at the tail hi.ishop asked the rabbi if he wasn't offended ^^f a ^ ,u : U Hb k No." the imfjl mid, "a, enl always Uke. u> see his children go ahead ,„ front in AIIMOV' VY'V X*' W, n h % %  %  v--un tf rabbi lb l, "" ,, '" ml %  '"-"^ Ot the ctei .. r e"."" .'""" ''""""""> Probtam When the i os ,, ,, u hh minim. Im emimm toki torn to cle g ,. n WyiB "'•" "'" Hln| was for ITotes.a-.t p^Ji m fid >< %  ">. Wise. •., rise ,o pretest, so I am vivili tr_ tm.* in*;



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Friday. September 3, 1965 ***M ItrrMitorr Page 13 \ Memorial for Russian Fascist Trio Continued from Pag* l* i pn ,,i anti Nazi resistance i-ements, All three had killed mselvee to eacape trial by the i Union aa war criminals The S Yrm> had agreed to turn Adath Yeshurun Men in Forum Men's Club of Temple Adath Yeshurun hell its firs! meeting of the season laal week at the Temple Auditorium. President Leon Sototkin conductmeeting William Platt, i ted Father i>f the Year by the club, was presented with %  silver by the president of the Temple, Bernard Lev} Rabbi Samuel K. Stone was guest < i honor at the meeting and led an i pen forum discussion on "The Jewish Hole in the Civil Rights Mm finent Hen Fried was the moderator. Louise Wise Chapter Meeting Mi-v Joseph Albuquerque, president of the Louise Wise Chapter, erican Jewish Congress, an nounced the first meeting of the for the year' was to be Thursday, 12 : p m at the Miami ". Federal Savings and Loan Vssot iauon, 401 Lincoln Rd. T~T "^1 Ye II get th \ ) <+ MOST from J&^tJ Coast to '•X Coastf / A ^ %  —r—-- S Stop at any of our modern MILNER hotels •_ .1 1 1 WKOUGHOUT America! '5.S0 Per Day fecMts: e FliE TUIVISION e AIR. CONDITIONING e Tilt tATH O WAU-TO-WAtl CAIPETINO e MODIIN fURNISMINOl e NEWIV DfCORATID ROOMS • COMfliTI MOTH SERVICf te Biovtlfvl MIlNtK MOTELS m-i'f •*•>, hmH kKl CM SoiM '> • ••^ei and t gVttl ..-.•.. MILNER HOTELS Welcome Wagon International, ftith over 5.000 hostesses, has mora thin thirty yeit tipei.ence in fostwing good will In business and community lift. Fw srars information about... HI 8-4994 • r—"m Mease have the Welcome Wagon "•stess call an me. "ould like to subscribe to |Ihe Jewish Floridian. '•M owt coupon and mail to Circulation Dept., '•P.O. Box 2973, Miami, Fla. them over to Soviet authoi Hie V A !•' prees relea ;e lauded Gen Vlassm and his rollowei 11| the three buried 'i New. Jerse) V \ F, said, "H Is fitting thai %  hbul 1 honor theei fi rgotten men "'•"• 20 years 1 our nun CO mtry. gave their lives in i'ie continuing war againsl Communist aggression A "Pilgrimage" will !• m .1 d < %  (0 the gravesite, and a Ku--i.ni Ortho lox religious service and "patriotic" speeches will lake p I .i ce. The Y A P. is generally considered here to consist mainly of young Republicans i<> the right of tin fu-ial Young Republican clubs. The YAK made the announcement about plans to honor the Rug. I • 'on the eve of the ing he re ol itfifth national convention, with in expected atlance of 600 young conservaleaders from around the s an


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% wly-named founder of the new campus of the Hebrew Unirsity. Mrs. Jacob Rifkin (left) discusses with guests Mesiei. Jack S. Popick and Sidney Bogan plans for the Popickjrr.i Humanities Building. ^M W J &*> X,JF *|B b. ^ ^ ^f ft K ,^rV-• J :cPresident Hubert H. Humphrey accepts Hudas;-ah's 1965 t: ltd Szold Awcrd from Mis. Herman Shulman, chairman Award Committee (right), as Mrs. Mortimer Jacobson, penal president of the organization, looks on. The award. • in 1349 to memorialize the founder of Hadassah, Women's Zionist Orqanization of America, was made to President Humphrey in recognition of "his active sponphip end energetic encouiagemeal oi national anduiter1ic: a] medical research" which "have carved out new paths for medicine and extended the boundaries of medical •jsjrv.ee." n j by ISABEL GROVE Si th <>f the Border" is the %  ;;, %  .'. i .! Miami foursome ... days Mr and Mrs Sidney (Dorothy) l'epp r. of 1600 SW 1':h Ave., and Mr and Ml a%vid (Sylvia) Braun, of 2481 • : are in Mexico for weeks, dou i thi tights an jb'Jife ol Mexico Cit) and 1\ ipa: Dr ar.d Mr? Albert E Rosenthai :. >k i' Ji inson ie • i.i.> summer and k fc*\. : :. <• i r travc L tiki.\tlantic In !" Jui. vi,:ifd bi< >| i. Mil %  wan• an. Wise aril th: • iei n Wisconsin an Mil .. ,.n u ith >ti at Sauite at '-... •• 1> -tr< it. Niagara Kails •c: put argh, i'a before regaji.:*'.' '• %  Miami in July Lt-j !.. i :i •..: i> in \UgUSt, fee K,.-en!,ials have visited LOS jgele; San Francisco, loured %  and the Lake rahoe eas Tbey are expected to %  um to Miami imminently. • m Rev ard Mrs. Jaeob I) Katz. fctjve the "blues" aftr a very iSj! 1 :' and eventful summer r and Mrs. Jud: h (IMS Phs/1%  B Katz) Rosenberg and their SVO ihil'r ,i. Naava Snd Mil swriv -.t n June 30 from Israel. This was tintir-t tune that Jack Sylvia had met their new •n. who was born in Is..i Jan. 17. d. IVo man *s "World ^Jewish Floridian Miami. Florida, Friday. September 3. 1965 Section 3 Mrs. Rifkin Hebrew U. Founder Following the example of OharleCiarcowsky. benefactor of the lit brew University of Jerusalem, who established a separate foundership for Mrs. Charcowsky, .'; i '.) Kifkin this week announcod that Mrs Rifkin's name will be inrcribed on the Founders' Wall f the Hebrew University of Jerusai:i .IN the contributor of a suft of S.'5.000. Rifkin'a name already appear.i toundi r of the new campus, a 1 uilder <>f the medical center and the sponsor oi %  scholarship. When the Rifkina visit Israel in %  ptember, they anticipate studythe site of the contemplated I • pick Miami Humanities Buildfor which they hosted a Steeri mmittee meeting last week VII Hi \ ground has not yet been i roken for the building, an attractivi sign al eadj appears. Snapshots of the siyn have been taken by campus visitors from Florida and movies, showing that the site of the building is ideally situated at the ontranceway to the i.imp.is, were prepared by Mr and Mrs Philip F. Thau, who have returned from a summer of r. on the iiu.it campus of the universit) As chairman of the steering com mittee for the Ocf 23 dinner which will be chaired by Sidney L Ansin. Rifkin announced ttiat col; presidents from leading institutions in South Florida have already indu-ated their atter l 8 at the dinner In order to coordinate plans for %  e convocation ceremonies and the Popick-Humanitj Building dinner, An-in has announced that in enlarged committee and bo i r l meeting will be held on Sept i\ I AUK. 11, son Martin ed atter filliasslll|| i at Brooklyn 1 av with the AS that he w as top ten duUf the semester, and would i\e a sioolar.-rup Hi Auxiliary Prexy Off to Meet Miami Beach Jewish War Vet President Pauline Lazarus w i erans' Auxiliary President Daphne sunie B rj duties for her. ^ nan will leave for the no, nn „, ,„, held a „ u The RTOUp meetthe first and Concord Hotel at Kiamesha Lake third Thursdays of • ..< h monl N V Sept ii! through 19 1828 Alton Rd American I. .' ir ::. her al sence, Seni< r Vii Hall Miami Bea< i .•' > p m he attended his uffrufen" at Beth Tfilah Synagogue en -.' day. Aug. 14 Sunday, everyore left for New York for Mar• % %  we Iding to Janet, daughter of Rabbi and Mrs. Samuel Lands, of Osone Park on Tuesday evening. Aug 17. Friend attending fn m Miami h were Mi • All Kan ler S. Gross Cant, r an.i MrAbraham -e f. Mr, and MrLeo Iteinhard, ^ and David Shapiro Nucie Zei -el. Mi h/in Cl nent, Ronnie ; man and Irving KeUner, and Mr and Mrs. Joseph Kahaner, Mrs Rachel Katz an and uncle. Mr and Mrs Ji j': Greenberg and family. Marty and Janet are now living in Rego Park, N v. Phyllis and Judah and children returned to Israel, and the Katze-. .il home, ere feeling lones<)me. • • As members of fie Council of International N'isitors. Mr and Mrs Henry J. Nelson entertained Archie Seeto. town manager of the Capital City of Suwa of the Fiji Islam'. seeto is a chaiming Polynesian who speaks EngHsh with bcaut'ful llar\'ard acce't H's visit to the United States was -ponsored by the U.S. State Department He spent one month travelling through America and was thrilled and overwhelmed by its vastness and itgenere-ity. Mr and Mrs Nelson introduced Setto to many lm.il "goodies." 11 .il broiled -teak sour en-am in a baked potato, %  cake, Continued on Pago 10-B ..' '.. %  ISTE'S %  the new Nemo bra rhal knows its place "side unseen i Mo more underarm peek-thrcucHi Nemos Side Unseen" permits you to wear the bared of sleevefess fashions without a show of bra. Fashion right and unbelievably comfortable the unique side and stretch straps breathe with you in airy nylon spandex. Cups of nylon lace between twe layers of sheer nylon are soft, smooth. 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Joy. September 3, 1965 +Jewish fhrMtor Page 3-B ... ^rboitt j f^coplc and f^L If El 10, HELLO M Comanor, who is i professor al Rutgers %  versity, U spending pail of his vacation down UM Keys. He came to Miami to spend an enin^' with Babettc and l.eo Ackerman. who juW up some <>f his old friends so they could tt. n was ,i real talk niglit, wHh lota and music. Harold Tannen told about camping nip that he and his wife had just fccn. Harold, who had never hen oil a hone ft, took i three daj horseback trip down Grand < anyon (He still has scars ;uests were Mr and Mrs Leonard Bel I .. I and Mrs llarold Hand I>I and Mrs i r MisJane Wt>M. TV and Mrs |; mel Le> in and son Barrj Mrs r> I Stern, Miss Bat Dr and anucl Pushkin, and Mr and Mrs Pan! • • U 'OR A FEW i la Mrs Charles) Himn el enter) it I Beverlj Land) whose mai '. R n w ill take plai e Sept 11 Sine • invited to the tea, he sent his hride-to i on i iiii to wear on her pink silk \n.i would think of him The sweel table with I yellow flowers waa absolutely divine |ri hing was home-made b) tinhostess but layer brownies were the best Takinu iring were Mrs Daniel Franco, Mrs Stone, Mis Leonard Parker and Mrs Pallol Among guests were Mrs Mar pper, Mis Roberl Sussman, Mrs Murra) iH MrStanley Sneidor. Mrs Morris D ?•• •' Mrs Lawrence Markman. Mrs Arnold r. Mrs Fred Siegal, and Mrs Sam Berk IK: JttRISE BUT NO BIRTHDAY Ms Adler flew home fust letting his wife •uid daughter Barbara, whom they had t • • %  > New York to meet alter her European in come back later Joaie found enough prosit' last her through a few birthdays and an\rsariea, There were a new dishwasher, a pSbJag machine, %  color television set. and ., ink curtains for the kitchen Mrs l.vnn ICM rman had a homecoming in honor of Bar kr. Barbara wore the Grecian dress and jewelry she got in (Irecce Kortunateh oeats, the 25 rolls of film she had taken fcrt %  developed as yet Among guests wen aces Mr and Mrs [nring Berger and Dr and Mrs Howard Weinstock, and of coins,., brother*Arnold • THE CARD SAID PARADISE Delia and Max Applehatim wrote from Montank. I. I where they are visiting their daughter and her husband. Flo and Ira Stuart, who have a most unusual motel. They are havinc lots of fun, and Max who had a Beige in the hospital is better now • • THE LAST TIME I SAW PARIS It wasn't so long ago that Sally Gordon saw Paris she and her husband. Metro Commisrordon, just got home from a very <"< Hi The) went to the first Internation\;r C inference in Pans. Sail) said \ li and Milan looked just like picture pOSl cards, hut she -loved the elegance that was Paris When were in Koine, the police were on strike their cab driver said thai there were less acci • %  pre she went, she saw the well •i had a well dressed umbrella; so the first .. is an umbrella. Right now. the Gordon household is in an uproar. Daughter Virginia, now Mrs Kenneth Richards, is here from Ncu Orleans with six-month-old Jennifer, who seems ver) adept at blowing bubeveryplace, everywhere and on everyone The other (.onion girls are rushing around, too. a is getting ready t<> go Into eighth made. Linda is in New York taking extra credits at NY I and sheila is getting ready t" go hack to Finch College in New York. Sally, meanwhile, ipra) Iflg for rain • STRICTLY FAMILY Harriett (Mrs. Larryi Singer. Dotty (Mrs. Marvin! Jacobs and Marlene (Mrs. Richard) Stone had a dinner at Harriet's house just for family. There were 34 relatives and. at that. the) only took the family up to first cousins. The dinner was in honor of William Singers birthday Ida Singer had two men to make a fuss oxer, her husband and Grandpa David Singer, who is 92. and who was also a guest of honor The flowers in the dining room were oranee and aqua to go with the decor of the room. The teen-age contingent were off by themselves in another room featuring a red and white color sche m e Teen-a gora were Ricky singer, Bobby GoMberg, Jeff Beck and Benjamin Stone Strut !> family included Mr. and Mrs. Morris Dikes and Mr ami Mn Havid Goldstein —Frances Lehman MISS MINDY fORlfl Crime to be Topic '•Crime in our Time'' v ill be discussed by t h e Peop i Town Hall Forum on Friday, H p in., in Washington federal \ ditorium, IL'.;I Washington Ave Discussantwill be II Paul Baker, As-istant state Attorney, nth Judicial Circuit of Florida; R, It Bell in,i r, inspector-in-charge, Bureau oi Narcotics, Southeast District; and Dr, Michael Gilbert, psychologist, I'haun Rose is chairman Mindy Forer Smash Success At Playhouse Mir. I) Fon r is currentl) ing in "A Thurber Carnival" at the Mom Go Hound Playhouse i Coral Gables, and has been hailed for her starring performance The 17-year-old Coral Gables High School senior does a variety of spoofs on prominent stage and television personalities, including Klizabeth Taylor. She is the daughter of Mr and Mrs Mike Forer, of 2121 sw 24th Ave. Miami Mindy. who is thoroughly devoted to the prospe, i oi a s< r, has appeSred on Poj house over WTVJ Ch 4. at I a I s" frequently appears at the Roun i Theat This summer, she as featun I as a 94 yeai old woman in Eu Inesi • Chairs" at the I t the I niversit) ol M • .inn At Coral Gabli s H gh, Mind) is a membi r ol the 'i i pian Club, French i National Forenft) She has won numerous dramatic interpretation aw ards and was named "Best Supporting Actress' for her work recently. It 11:1:1: i mi i mi: JUST MAIL A CARD OR LETTER AND YOU WILL RECEIVE IN COLOR A BEAUTIFUL MORRISON-'SCHIFF XI JEWISH CALENDAR FOR THE NEW YEAR PLIASI MAIL TO THE Mltllt OXI<: PROYISMOXS i CO. No. 1 ALTON ROAD MIAMI BEACH, FLA. fO* A TASTE TREAT TRY OUR TR pu E RE K( rsF ER %  *K A N KFORTS www Kosinitiirioi s P Justine Chapter Meeting Slated atr via Silvers, president of Just; • ptei Unericaa Jew < c areas, will be hostess in • al .i I in< neon meeting i. %  ; m al 6900 No !J Vtol:'wmg luncheon. activities for t planned, and repotill IKpresented by the ptojr 'lairmen A • IH al r epo r t will l>e preaeaie' : %  > %  Joseph I Yanich. ret^Hi cirecti>r. on the communitywide r. ll> to be s|Hnsored by the South 1'inla lonlerence on Soviet J< %  -. %  • for sutxlas. Sept. 1<*. at $:.*• p m. X t Miami JWV Auxiliary st Miami Indies Auxiliary. ffefish War Veterans, was to hold • r. ',(T meeting Thursday, 9 p.m ;' Me home oi Mrs. Michael irks, Mm SW 14th St Pro !•• include discussion Of tile Dmiag national convention in *rk. PresMent iMrs Joh Achtman. IT40 SW 27th St New unsalted Mazola Margarine now certified Kosher and Parve. NEW! sl I %  t ,/sww p* Mazola, Margarine This means \ou can use Sweel I nsalted Ma/ola wilh either milchig or llcishig dishes. I here are 4 more important reasons wh\ \ou should huv neM lusalted Mazola Margarine. 1. It contains I III the sodium ol other sweet uns.dted margarines 2. It's the onlj sweet margarine that contains pure liquid Mazola Com Oil. 3. It's the onlj unsalted margarine that won't bum al normal liviny temper. ittne 4. You'll IUKI both unsalud and regular, lightly-salted Mazola Margarine in sour grocer's dall \ ease



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Pore 4-B +Jeistncridlfor Friday. September 3. 1365 Miami Chapter Slates Weekend Mrs David \ He • the \li.imi thapter ol w ,n > % %  > announces that ill sponsor i. el:.I at the Saxonj H( tel Saturday, steel i th day, Sept 6. Weekend will incl chaise lounges i ictail party, bosl i i %  chib entertainment in c ha r g <• >>f art Mrs Bett) Bindhansk) of t*Haffair. \i Mount Sinai Hospital's President Leonard L. Abess accepts S10.000 worth of "Hope" and help from the Miami Beach "Hope" Organization for Underprivileged Children. The funds will be used in the hospital's Pediatric Pavilion to assist in its indigent care program. Presenting the check to Abess (seated far right) is president of the group, Mrs. Bertha Webb. On Abess' left is Mrs. MoUie :st v:ce ;. il Standing (left to right* are Mesdames Ruth Co Po, Margaret Rosenstei:-.. LiU tel Gartner, executive direct: of Mount S Moees, Helen Kovner, SJ:.:. What Social Security Benefits Mean to You By MARSHALL WISE Miami District Manager Miami Downtown Office %  : security changes far-rea ring since 1. 1966. Then, people over 85 who nr \.-. # •• >ur i asse I 31 years ago He i i tits, payments to idow • children's payments to age 22 I tents i o r monl iiu i ks — • ise are jusl a few i h i import ml changes Cong •• has made in your "social policy." Ikalth benel i ls, popularlj ca ed icare, have gotten the m pul! citj Other changes will m jusi as much to many people, h >wHealth benefits will go to people over (i.i. There ire two pans to this new program. The -BUSH eme:hospital costs, nursing home care, health care at homo, and out-patient diagnostic -services. People over 65 who already draw social security checks will get this coverage automatically. No claim is needed. Folks who are over 65. but don't collect social securit) clucks, should visit the social .security office before March 31. 1966 and put in a claim to get this covers This •"BasicPlan" Isn't J u -> for pa pie who have worked in jobs cov nl by social security, it's for alii-; ever; me over 65, whether they've worked under social securily or not. and v : or not So payments will be nt Urn starts on July Beth Sholom Tea For Sisterhood Mrs. i>.,\ i Ponve, of 5H15 Pine"'• Dr., M uni Be ach, well be hosti ss to a tea for Sisterhood of Ten : le B< th sholom on WednesSept ii her • i an announcen ent by Mrs Seymour SUverman, pre .<.< D rhood, Harry K Wolk, vice presi%  in chai *i\\ Silverman In assistQ • Invitations have been sent to "•' mben r -mple v h i have not as yet tine I the Sis erh The opening annual membership tea i I the • ison will tal the followil i week in the Temple 'itorium. -> • i se< iritj office You won'l collect any cash payThe three tin • %  • • • %  681 i Social Club Slates Programs Miami r'nendU S ned a month oi a< irdii to Mas Ganl The club will meet l 2 p m at Beth El I Mem ben returning fi • ,, ill be greeted, w ith p it offered b) Gai repi n will also i low laj Sepl U nty Heart A film to be Sept 19 bration >>f birthdays mark) I i %  Srptemb) Th %  %  '; S B th El At last! A margarine with all three 1. 100% DAIRY FREE 2. LIQUID vtAZOLA CORN OIL 3. NEW NO-BURN FORMULA MAZOLA MARGARINE la nxnna) That's Philadelphia Brand of coursc-the tastiest cream cheese of all. And freshest too-because it's the fastest selling brand in your grocer's dairy case! So When you give your family this feast of tender Nova Scotia and bakery fresh bagels-make it pure LOXury With Philadelphia Brand Cream Cheese. Kraft on th. p.cK.g. ft, your guaranty or the mm for ,, t n^ fJJJ£l



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Friday. September 3. 1965 +Jen1sii rkrHltr Pags S-B Cooking Corner Mildred G. BHIin Lig fa l as air. and delicately krisp, the baked meringue is MM v, the moat impressive, versatile, [iid at the same time easy to make pi all paatrlea. one a few Imporshould feel completely smooth. not grains al all. For special (least iyou can add a few drops of coloring during (lie last min.'.'• ol i,. 5. to tmi the merin di %  •:< Place a sheet of on i okie tin. For Tortea or Angel Pies, • meringue in 2 9-inch circles ;'h a generous amount of etween Ihem Make a rim -^—^^—^^— h circle 1 inch higher than 2 tablespoon\ inegar or lemon Ihe center part, and %  inch wide iki at 27! di greet F for l hour, ben nil 111 the heat, open the oven door, *'M\ let the meringue in the cooling oven for 30 minutes. For the Meringue Shells. juice 1 teaspoon vanilla (optional) Combine the egg whit e .and cream of tartar in a large mixing nt detailare learned, the home bowl Beat until the mixture be a variety of cakeconnfoamy-white and doubles in \olume. If an electric beater iUSed, beat at medium speed. When the whiteare doubled in volume increase the speed slightly, and gradually begin to beat in the look can serve tookies, lortes. and desserts to th are added to keep je meringue white and creamy taper-fine granulate, At>gl Pie, and Shells 6 egg whites 1 teaspoon cream of tartar 2 cupsuper-fine granulated sugar teaspoon salt 'omen Planning 'ashion Show lere on Sept. 9 '.: %  Hare D kei fui raising ". ii ii ress •• • kick-off lui I rtj I fasl %  • si "'A f a will be held S pi 9, 11' 30 |> m itorium >•! •' o r I i,\ donation I : ..:.: | Stamp Bo k MrJ I i". K| lerque, nl of ^Louise Wise Chapter, will be lan man for the daj i) he sides about 14 inch above the surface of the pan. Bake at .-an Francisco and Seattle. Calif; 275 degrees F. for 1 hour. Remove and in Ft. Lauderdale. He irepc su large nu'k. remove the paper, and from the oven and cool completelv. resented m various collection•( time. u v rt h(> circles on P la,es CoGl In the top of a double boiler, over local art lovers and in the thoroughly 'rhose may he frozen, hot water, stir the chocolate pieces. Museum of Modern Art. water, and remaining salt until the Mrs David Dnickcr is chairman chocolate is melted and completely smooth. Remove from the heat and add the remaining vanilla. Cool. Whip the cream until it will hold in peaks. Fold into the chocolate until thoroughly blended. Pour into the At serving time, fill the shells with ice cream sweetened whipped cream, or sliced fruit. Chocolate Walnut Angel Pie tl egg whites '4 teaspoon salt 01 the Beth Sholom Art Gallery, and vice chairman is Mrs lack M Fink. Sisterhood president is Mrs Seymour Sitverman. Chairman of the Festival of the Arts is Mrs. Meyer Fggnat?. ler Tamid Ladies ;iate K.ck-Off \' i. id Sisterho .1 kick-off pneheon will be hi I I on Tuesdaj on m ski.ir Auditorium. |Card games will continue every Resdaj at the same time and Pace to enable members to attin their donor goal. Donor chairman is Mrs. Alice runs Lunoheon chairman is rs. Jack Grevnberg. .o-chairnien are Mrs Harry |Hter and Mrs Jack Yasman. fsident is MrEugene Schwarz. >e Film Series P>esUny," second film in the tni Public Library's Take Four will be shown "Thursday, t. 9. at 8 p.m. No tickets are aired for the series A silent |rie borrowed from the New Museum of Modern Art Film iry. "Destiny" was directed ntz Lang and starred Lai DagGOOD THINGS IN LIFE Bagels...and Good Coffee No taste in the world satisfies like a bakery fresh bagel...and a cheering cup of Maxwell House coffee. Both are constant, unchanging and matchless in the joy they give —each in its own, a tradi/


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?=$e S-B *Jmistfk>rHtori Fridary. September 3 • 1*5 SriJes Give Up JHiss am/ $*com* \Mrs Ten Joar. Fe*ff wa§ atI an empire g i i of • • te rlisa net raneroidered wsta tf-. • an and ribboB Uc-e i.nd a lung mantilla of naateh!aee when site exehan2ed ^el/fen* vows Kh Edward Isaor.re Lenten on Thursday. Aug 26 a S pi. Carrying a cascade bouquet of white orchids *hite rc->*s and etcpanianm. she was giver, m marriage by her I "is the daughter of Mr and Mrs Ednard i iIke I t of Larefifnor.". N Y wh*r* tbe edoir ^ took ;4ace The groom n uV-io of Mr and Mrs sam Le-.iter. ;7j SH' 18th St.. V..-. Maid of honor Miss Lvnn *r. oi Lai v-nom. ittv:n Levn. of Mc of the hrideB i rente .'• V i r. i M. S a .-. C : wiener Lan %  SCI i I Newt) *ed Mi I ia grad h School. I ridi -.'m is a .-d-ius'e Florida, %  fee r i BS -•. a was affihatad with Tau Ep J'fii Fraternity and is now as->ocittted with an electrical salt, %  lactunng corporation in Mt. Vern D '• V Reception honored the couple on Saturday Aug 28. at the FounUinnead in New Rochelle. NY. Moyer-Otchin The former Charlotte Toby Otehin and John Dexter Mover will I. %  :. '.ainesville. Fla after thei* Nassau The couple exchanged wedd day, 4 SO o'clock, belore Kronish at Terni .' '• Sholom The I the daughter of \l • '.' 1 F Earl I i act i -i* -norary KM. fOWAtD V/T£ W f -t ,. v. mas. JOHH moil* %  • %  gradated from Mi7h< ...or at the I niard w;!l begin \iork %  •• -•"•'" ln Cocoa High School.' he served three years in the Arm> Engineer Co Dinm ed the wedding at the Algiers Hotel. %  %  • Brooks-Btodiky After a tour throws 1 Florid and Mr Sam Brooks will live in Miami Beach The former M visan Ellen Brodsky and her husband ex charred waaaanafl anew befiwe Rev Abraham Senf at noon Sunday \\v: n the Alee n The bride i* the daughter of Mrs. Rajtfe Bro^k-. and Ihe late Mr. r : Bernard P.-f 1000 '-. •• e. Thx Ir. and Mrs M irrij Brooks nor \ nna Kuetz A S an' For A-l.rx' | laUce "f lace .^iv a L"j::ci-t-t oi uh.te m The new MrBrooks ate of Miami Beach Huh School. Mr Brookis also a Murr.i Beach High graduate and etfc the l'niver-it\ of Miami lie pan time employee of the C it M.ami Beach Recreation Liepac: ment. • • • Zweig-Frieiiman Mollie Dee Friedman became Mrs Martin Edward Zweie en Sunda\, Aua 29. at Temple Beth dean. Rabbi Leon Kronish officiated at the 5 o clock weddiiu The bride ithe dauthter of Mr< Doroths Fnebrkfc Miami Beach Huh S<-h^)l and l the L'niver-ity of Floi will -raduate from the L'nivi Miami in January. The | •, %  n f ,,i a] GaMaa High School and she vsiurt'n School of Finance at the L'ninty of Pennsylvania. iualso attandad the (iraduai. School of 1 inance at NW York l'ni\er>it; lie ia registered repres-nt,,. live of Bache 4 Co., Surf side, and a ;.. rtner in the Zwei. Realty Co. of Cleveland. O Berman-Baskind Rabbi Laon Kromsh officiated at the 2;3<1 o'clock rites uniting Mish L>nn Baskind an <>n Sun-' ^ '• ; le Beth Sholom The bride, daughter of Mr \t>s Fmanuel J Ba NF 7th I'l >h..-e an • ^u. *0i THERE ONLY IS-s^^,^ ONE i 'bntainebleau noTiL • I MH MACM. n saaae CMb PAiay USTiR BANQUCT MANAGCIt JE'fcrnn t-HII OH -THSt OCKAM AT 44th flTRBET MIAMI SMACH. CA,j Wi rnar-Katan Af. mo J. BIRMAN %  • mm. SAM BROOKS MRS. MARJ1H 1 %  in candi. %  *~int %  en with lace bodi ntd a bouquet ol :.it. • mated frorr. High School, wht r%  : Future Teach< r and se<-!heart of Am and attende.1 tie i In ida, Mian ow a v r,;ver-;*\ ot Miam?room. son >>l V !> Herman B* anted from Nor. d Hi* iaol and alien.ld • • -ity of ^'^•lrlda. v* h rr mi mber of Tan Baei the Legislative Council | k; ^ • II d e n t at the 1 da honor •• •id!nh Bridesir,-. \ n n e Fi.rro \!.. M -.i -' man w^M, • M>n>n Bernian kind •i 'nil 11 mple Beth S ^ in Jain... -| in Goodman-Ehod nd MrHaffoM Goo I live ni Caral i..ii>ie, .J ihanmd vowa >' %  Sunda} a! the Biaca) ne I en Raboi Morris El j m A d dauthte I ..ii.: Mrs Bernard l :• %  I I • Miami, ami r. j Jer of Mrs Ulurn' SI ] ore Mi • dman. 51" I iv< Coral Gabli %  Mrs Goodman telecti .' 'i in '] Desigi -lines, it feal el %  • %  tirt Ccntmued on Followin < MEET PERFECTIONISTS IN THE CATERING FIELD T^~y t't %  *i ~ "f yySr niaka a wecaa ol My M'tv.. %  a ijrjf a Bar M r 'it,Bgof aiccial lunefcaen. Tr.ty .ll tolOOOaaMfi • %  M • >:ftJy p(*fiwed m tnt c dacou'.ed Cotunon Room. Trey il t"ang* tor whatever tpaca >ou taov t*. Call Mr. TiicJwir at JUfanon 6M38U for tat Mit f jr.cucn youVa Ml ha3i a Ota* ••. !•!! %  •• 0CfU0t. MUMS AVENUE U0 UNMUI MM MUL SUPERB CATERING IN A LUXURIOUS NEW SETTING Miami's newest, most beautiful accor tions for weddings, club luncheons, banquets, bar mitzvahs. card parties, conf irmat.ons. receptions, etc Parking on prem.ses For groups from 15 to 0 ...superb cuisine.. .finwins, experienced, personal,d attention. Call Joseph Meyers, Catering Manager, 379 8861. DUPONT PUZA HOTEL MIAMI (rmVw nnaja#n? nx |i YJ*-r



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iday September 3, 1965 U^UtthrMlur Page 7-B V Jc, Qivc f £ ^// f '/f // "* %  She received her Bachelor of # /I /wit / //// K'luciition degree cum laude from ^y*-P <~y WtlSS JOy rnal granctaiolaaf t tha bride. :,.u Mrs i."xlman is a -Tad Miami Senior rfigh School attended I h &f%  Ualva*ait| t I where she was a irtemlier i 11 a Phi Kpsilon. Sh.u.is L. • ,..,ii of Hurricanes AZ.\ and I ng aacratary <>f Debs BBG rin. her high school years she I graduate from the L'mver %  M I.I ini in January with a lor s degree in math frMNtmtM srsdueted from l Senior High School and v.;. ding secretary <>f Hillel ;\ He attended thai l'niver~it\ ieach The • parents are Mr and Mrr v H Packman, oi 15960 NK '. % %  I Miami I "i bonot "as sarita R'izenBi Idestnaida included hfa> Ique TeisehJer, Sara GofUtakM, Rosenthal and Sandy frisht. -• man .i> GeoCaray Kemp I' ind Ushers included Robert I Paakaaaa and Garm Ciwewich l hi I ridegro m attended the m\ersit) ol Miami, a h e r e ha irned a BBA degree in accounting \\. %  t.. • Kuhn mm. HAKOIU GOODMAN tbi^ year He is a graduate of M. ami Beach Huh school. The gram received his BBA decree at the University of Miami maxna cum laude. At the university he won the NBT Honey Award, for top junior in the Business School; llaaaJna and Sells Accounting Kxcellenre Award; Dad.County Chapter of CPA1 Award, tor lop senior accounting student; Upha Kappa 1'si Award, to top ir in the Business School; and the Beta Alpha Pal National Academic Award. V the university. lie was president of Beta Alpha Pat national ^counting honor.il>. vice president Beta Gamma Sigma, aetlosa ,i buataaas hoaorerj; senior advisor to Phi Kta Suma. national men's academic honorary; <>mien Delta Kappa, national men s l, aderaMp honorarj. ami Phi Kappa I'hi. I'niversitv of Miami Honor SOCiet) He is presi-ntlv a graduate asi-t.int and teacher in accounting. i,d recently passed all lour parts of the CPA examination on his lirst try Reception followed the wedding at the DiUdo Hotel rVossermon-Charnin Harriet Sue ( harnin and David Louis Wasseraaaa exchanged wadding vos Sunday Aug. 36, in Ihe ( oronatiOD Room ot the Barcelona nuT K-hn MtS. BKUCt PACKMAN Hotel Rabbi Alfred Waxman ami Cantor Stanloy Kixlner performed the double ring ceremony. The day also marked the 25th anniversary of the brkla's parents. Mr. and Mrs Sidney Charnin, of 5981 sw 12th St Miami. The groom is the son oi the late \.i and MrFred Washerman, ol Norfolk. \ %  The bridal gown was fashioned of white satin and alcncon lace The formal-length gown touched the floor and was styled with a fitted bodice, lace outlined scoop neckline and Jong point-on-hand sleeves The bodice had a large applique above the tat-in cummerbund, and a wide lace panel was overlaid down the front from waist (0 floor. The detachable train was also appliqued with the lace and fell chapel length from the w aist. The bridal veil was held in place by a cluster of lace petals anil was la multi-tier of silk illusion She [carried a cascade bouquet oi white roseand violets and a silver Bible she brought back from Israel. Mrs .lack Weiss served as ma Inn of honor Mrs Fred Wiaaar man, Mtaa Ruth Brotman and Miss Elaine Weiss served as bridesmaids. Dr Fred Wasserman, the grom's brother, served as best man. I sh era were Robert Charnin, Jack Weiss and Fred Wasserman Man Weiss was tn< ringbearer Frances Wasserman and Roberta Weiss served as flower girls The ST ate is an honor graduate of Southwest Miami High School, where she was president ol FT A vice president of 8NHB, treasurer of Tn M. and member of NGS, a %  'Top Teen" .m<\ Silver Knight win iV iC.Mjl.iiM' •^o"*| ('a tba /A I Bilaml ocean at country dull mlami beach setting A new standard of Spaciousness is fha keynote of your affair amidst the plushness of the Doral CounUy Club. Weddings, confirmations, banquets are enhanced by the country club atmoej phcrc of this resort-estate. For eompUte details, pko* eoM Mr. Dorld Kmrac, Dlrtcter •/ Food mud Bererf Dorai Beach Hotel and Country Club t JE 2-3600 elegance on Miami Beach. Superbly planned and executed weddings, luncheons, business meetings n. ranging froua 10 to 1000. Greene-Rosen Miss Arlenp Renee Rosen became the bride of Melvv n Ian Greene helon* Rabbi David Shapiro on Saturday. Aug. 28. 7:3fl p.m.. at the Duponet Plaza Hotel. The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs Harry Rosen. 230 Shore Drive E Miami. The groom's parents are the Fred P Greenes, of 1504 Wilev st. Hollywood, Fla. For her wedding, the bride chose MKS. MlLVm GfltNt i a Bianche gown of peau de sola and a 1 e n c o n lace bodice an 1 %  i.wves. Matron of honor was Mrs Shay ina Melnik. Miss fcbbte (ireene was maul of .honor Bridesmaids Included theMisses Carol .lane Shaftori and Jo Ann Wasman. Allan Schemblum was best man, and ushers included Kenneth Rosen. Richard Rosen, Alan Ri Ml strauch, and Drew smith. 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Pc~e 3-8 *Jelstncrld**r Friday. September 3, 1965 4-rattcea Xd man We th e Women m WOMAN OF THE WEEK Eve and her husband. Dr. Doran ZilUter, wore "pen pals" for seven years. Eve's sister moved to Akron, and her husband's friend said he was writing to a girl in California, so he might just as well write to a girl in Florida. He wrote to Eve. At the end of three years, they met, didn't like each other, but continued their correspondence for three more years. The next time they met. they loll in love. They were married while Doran was still in dental school at Ohio State. Eve was born in Jacksonville, but moved to Miami in 1935. As a youngster, she was always spending her allowance for bandages and adhesive tape, and played at being a nurse. However, she was advised not to take up nursing in order to avoid being on her feet too much. At Miami High School, she was president of her sorority, Tri Beta, for three years. She felt that if it was good enough for President Franklin D. Roosevelt to have a four-time term it was good enough for her. Later, she worked at Morris Brothers store as a jr. jr. executive assistant to the comptroller. Doran is a practicing dentist, who also does research work in dental decay. The Zinners have three children, Michael. Karen and Donald. They live a Bohemian type of life in a lovely neighborhood, refusing to be a regimented or regulated family. Eve can change her mind four or five times about what to have for dinner and then have it changed entirely by one of the family at the last minute. She is a quick kind of cook. The family all like French cuisine, but are satisfied with steak and chops because of the difficulties in gourmet cooking in a kosher home. Friday night is always a traditional dinner, and all of the holidays are observed. All have a strong religious feeling and belong to Temple Judea. The children are having a basic Jewish education. Everyone stays up late in the Zinner house; so they act accordingly. The children themselves take naps after school in order to stay up late. There is a large bar which is part of the living room and serves as a round table where the family can sit around and discuss books, television, world affairs and plan fishing trips. Once. Eve was at a luncheon of four or five tables. The mah jong tiles were clicking, the women were also clicking away and. as a last straw a horn began to blow outside. That ended card playing for Eve. From then on, it has been no cards, except for an occasional game of bridge. The Zinners do not like night clubs but prefer theater and go to all the concerts, opera and ballet Eve has also been active with the Miami Youth Symphony. The Zinners like to travel to different places. They have been to Mexico, Central America and the Islands. One of the biggest arguments they ever had was when Doran wanted to bring back a hand-carved door from Nicaragua. (He didn'ti. They have a lab in their house where Eve says she is the en and and clean up girl. She has learned science by osmosis. Doran likes for her to be with him and explains just what experiment he is doing and why. Eve confessed about her Husband's success in being the first to discover the bacteria that causes tooth decay and the other wonderful discoveries he is makinu KMis current president of the Women's Auxiliary of Cedars of Lebanon Hospital. She was a charter member of the Auxiliary and on the board. She did her in service work and came up through the ranks. As Eve sees it. To be able to live the way you want, and yet to give of your self to your community, that is like having your cake and eating it too." ; J^riJc? Q~ U, 'JH*' Continued from Page 7-B and attended Stephens College il Columbia. Mo., majoring in uner'' The groom went to South Brow ard High and received a BS degree from the UniversitJ Oi Florida where he served as secretarj i [.nance oi the Studeni BoJj MM Was a member Ol Alpha EpSllOll Pi Fraternity and '.'v.I S, Arm> Reserve He is now associated with a Miami accounting firm. Dinner followed the ceremony : %  < the Dupont Plaza. After a honeymoon in Jamaica, the couple will live at 3130 SW 27th Ave Miami Kornreich-Bregman David Victor Komreidl and .loan Kuth Bregman exchanged wedding vows before Rabbi Jonah K. CapIan on Wednesday noon. Aug the home of the bride and her parents. The new Mrs. Kornreich is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs Elmer Bregman. 10281 E. Bay Harbor Dr Her husband is the son of Mrs. Sadie Brown, of Miami Beach, and Mr. Anton Kornreich. of South Gate, Calif. A luncheon in the couple's honor followed the ceremony at the Fon tainebleau Hotel. Maid of honor was Miss Sandra Schwartz, and Leonard Kornreich acted as best man. For her wedding, the bride chose a short white wedding gown and carried a bouquet of white orchids surrounded by white butterfly roses. Newly-wed Mrs. Kornreich went to Miami Beach High School and graduated from the University ot Miami with a Bachelor of Education degree. At the I" of M. she was a member of Alpha Epsilon Phi Sorority. College Board, and was Princess of the Army ROTC. Mr Kornreich also* went to Mi ami Beach High, and received a BA degree from the University of Miami, where his fraternity was Pi Lambda Phi. He is presently going into his senior year at the New York I'ni versify Law School, where he is affiliated with Phi Delta Phi. Short honeymoon followed the couple's wedding They will live in Cedarhurst. L.I., and the bride will be teaching in Kreeport. L.I • r lakarin-Karlin After a wedding trip to Ocho Rios. Jamaica, the former Miss Elaine Mania Karlin and Dr Stan ley Leonard Zakarin will live in .Miami. The couple exchanged weddii vows before Rabbi Sol Landau at Beth David Synagogue in day, 8:30 p in. The bri le is the daughter >f Dr and Mi,. Samuel Karlin. _'4.">! Brickell Ave the groom is the son Ol .Mrs Minna Zakarm in late Louis Zakarm. no So Pros pect Dr Coral Gables Maid of honor was Mis, \ata Karlin Robert Zakarin act! be si man. I'&ers Include Richard Sachs, Dr Bernard Katz Dr. Anthony Bellomio, Dr David 1 Tsion Girls Have Slumber Party Senior graduating girls of Tsion were Merri Ranhkind, University b oai B'rith Girls Group will soon ot South Florida; Jo Anne Wilder, bt saving for various colleges. AUbama; Judy Haber, Sophie Judy Clein. and her parents, Mr iNewcomb; Barbara Elrod. Dade an' Mrs. Ben Clein, hosted a group Junior; Sandy Srokar, South Flor for a slumber party at her home ida; Shari Posner. 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DAVID KOft-NtftCH Rubin, Dr. LnVTy Wynne and Ml I luard Sorkin For her wadding, th.' bride ,.,,,, a candlelight s.it.n sheath gown featuring; • reambroklered a Lace lack.t 1,ie bride graduated from \ College te Garden t'it> \ y ] resent)) la teaching in Da le O untjp •chool system Ihe gro :n IN a gradu iti I'nivei at) ol Florida an I I • sity of Maryland I) <• ntal l, e i e l i M 1 %  [a, dental fraten itj Goldstein-Daum Mr. and Mrs I r win G will return to the Univi l : r graduate work and In in TuscaJoosa, Ala., follow i • %  ;. moon trio %  pan] in Nev lean The former Mian Karen Eil< Daum and her new bnab h mged • %  < WJ at Beth Torah i on before Rabbi Max MBit! <>n Saturday. Aug. 28 9 • For her wedding, the bridi i. the daughter of Mr and Mn Melvin Daum. 17630 NK 17th (,'t hail M her maid of honor In ter. Sandra Daum. Bndesm.r, was Marsha Coldstem. liatef <•! the groom. 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Friday, September 3. 1965 ^ fjrides ^/' v lA.p KSVlisB Continued from Preceding Page junior bridesmaid. N&ocy Borenstein, cousin of the bride, was Qov cr irl Best man l< the groom, who lthe KM Of Mr. and Mrs Joseph i stein, of Montgomery, Ala was his brother, Dsvi<| Goldstein. L'shers wen First l.t Martin Kaufman, Second LI Herman KabMiss Levinson Dec. Rites Mr and MrCourtney I) Levin son, "f LOW Obiapo Avo. Coral <>iib es, announce the enKH*nent oi their daughter, Barbara, to Richard A Gruodstein, ion nf Mr. ami Mrs Joseph J GrundMein, of Flushing, N V A December wedding is planned. %  to if. Mike Bkunenfeld an,! Bill Stahl. The bride is a graduate of the L'niversitj of Alabama, where she was affiliated with Al| ha Bpdlon Phi Sororitj She received a BS degree in education The groom received a s degree in biology, also a: the Univi. "i Alabama. I).nncr followed the wedding Eyes Beth Moshe Ladies in Events Beth MojlM Sisterhood held a board mect.ng at the Temple on M o n d a \. Sisterhood president. Mrs Bert .Streit. conducted the meeting Plan-, were formulated for the organization's Sept. 13 gathering Siiteiihixic held a membership tea at the BOHM of immediate past president, Mrs. Jay Rand. 830 ME 153rd Ter. Aug. 23 Mrs Rand was assisted by vice president in charge of membership. Mrs Stanley Tambox. Guest! at the tea were Mesdames Libby Elkind. Lots Harris, Shirley Krell. Martha Morgan. Efttelle Nemenyl, Frances Hersh. Abbe Barbour. Diane Rosakoff. A dele Ormstein and Rhoda Willis Mrv Streit welcomed members to the event I I i E Allen B< MISS DAli Bill MAN Dale Berman. to Roger A. Gandall. =on of Mr and MrsT Irving GanNursery School 'Pop Corn* Party Invitations lor the Opening Pop *' %  rn" party of the Nursery School oi Temple Beth Sholom were sent ti> j list of some 40 youngsters who make up the student bod) of the school, according to on announce men! by Mrs Tobias Simon, director of the .<!.in i> inanman. Dale Berman's Betrothal Told Mr and Mrs. F. Allen Becker, 5225 Collins Ave.. announce the engagement of their daughter. Roger A. G Mr* Irvini del, of 20 Island Ave. Miss Berman graduated from Miami Beach Senior High School and attended the University of Florida and Ohio State University, and is a member of Alpha Epsii..n phi Sorority. Mr Gandall was also graduated from Miami Beach Senior High and attended the University of Florida. He m prese ntl y a student at the University of Miami. A September wedding is planned. New Offices for Agency Avrutis vs. Simons, %  '.-in', agenc). announces the i pening of new offices in the Miami Herald Building, One Herald Plaza tixtl I Pharmacy Group Plans Functions Alpha Zeta Omega Pharmaceutical Auxiliary will hold its first meeting of the season on Sunday, Sept 5, 7 30 p m at the Montmat Ire Hotel Annual scholarship will bd*presented to the pharmacy student sponsored by the Auxiliary .it the College of Pharmacy. University of Florida Mrs Albert Levite will make the presentation The Auxiliary i. also plannir luncheon for members and guests on Sept at the Holiday Inn. BrickeU Ue Mrs F. Weinstein \ ill re\ lew "Fiddler on the R with musical background. + k*nlsHhrlrHt •n Page 9-B AJCong. Radio Program Sunday The fifth In a series of the Paeem in Terns i Peace on Earth) I rograms sponsored by Agenda for Action ,.t Amerl ui Jewish Contress will l>c aired on Sunday. 5 i 1 in over Station W'MIK. Mme. Vijaya Laskshimi Pandit. Gov%  N'aharashtra, India, and : o i ui .• r president of the United Nations General Assembly, will continue her discussion. "RequireenU i ir Peace The institutional %  .'" with Pietro Nenni, Deputj Prime Minister of Italy. Beth Sholom School Opening Elementary Hebrew classes in Beth Sholom Religious School for nhildren beginning at age :• opened on Monday at 3:30 p.m. Junior High Hebrew classes beU.'ii on Tuesday. Junior High Conlirmation Department will comic nee next Tuesday at 3:45 p.m., while the Confirmation Class will begin its course on Wednesday. Sept. 8. at 3:45 p.m. Sunday School classes (kindergarten through 6th grade), will be formally opened on Sunday, Sept 12. Registration in all departments of the school is now in progress at the school office, 4144 Chase Ave. Mrs. Irving B. Kaplan, chair man of the Temple Beth Sholom Board of Education, said that the school has been repainted, refurbished and is in excellent shape to greet its young students for the coming year." Rabbi Leon Kronish is spiritual leader of the congregation, and Louis F. suet man is president of the Temple Mrs. Jennie Grossinger, of the renowned resort hotel, takes a copy of Commentary magazine from the display set up at Grossinger's, which is now offering free copies of the publication to its guests as a courtesy. Commentary magazine, founded in 1945, is sponsored as a public service by the American Jewish Committee. Cedars Executive Named to College Beth Israel Is Still Registering Moses J Crundwerg, president Of Beth Israel Congregation, announced this week the continuation of registration for the synagogue's tuition free religious school. The school is open to children of both members and non.i embers of the congregation and is tuition free without any other obligation. I he school has classes for beginners, intermediates and Bar Mitzvah-age students. Classes meet in the synagogue's new air-conditioned school building at 770 W loth St Rabbi Sholom Lifchetz is e lucational director. Miner L. Brown, administrative assistant of Cedars of Lebanon Hospital, was admitted formally to the American College of Hospital Administrators on Sunday in San Francisco. The announcement was made by At HA President Ronald I). Yaw. director of the Btodgett Memorial Hospital in Grand Rapids. 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Page 10-B +Je*lst> Rtrktktr Friday. September 3. 196S ^_? octal it • • • Continued from Pago IB •x-creara cheese combination nd Danish pastry ... He was mpb spo e Ale aa when the Neltook him on a tour up through the hotels and motels on ie Beach sWa to It Lauderdale •id hack through Miami, the l'n•i,l back through Miami, the uni. ratty and Viieaya, t<> the AirFrom Miami, iie Hew to San Francisco and then on to Hono,lu and the Fiji 1-lands Mr. Seeto'a wife and 21-month-old iter were meanwhile spendig the extremely hot two month 1 July and August with h'S two isters who are married and live 1 New Zealand. Nelson is a consulting engineer ore, and Mrs. Nelson is present of the Palm-Hibiscus Islands Garden Club, as well as chairnan of the Workshop ol Temple Israel Sisterhood Son Roger is also an engineer and a mechanical contractor Amongst :nany other projects. Nelson was -apervising engineer on the Mi; mi Herald Building and consultjag engineer for the Miami Beach convention Hall. • V • Ruby (Mrs. Jack) Levkoff and daughter. Mary, have returned :rom a trip to the Pike's Peak : ogion of the Rocky Mountains A poem by Ruby, written un1 er her maiden name of Ruby Fogel, appears in the current is-.te of •Voices."' with two new es accepted for the Fall issues 1 f "Lyric" and "southern Poetry 'eview" b\j Isabel C^/ Beth Am Has Study Retreat l)r Herbert M. Baumgard. of Temple Beth Am, led a weekend study retreat in the Keys with the t< achers ol the Religious and Hebrew School of the Temple. •'.rwin Marshall, acting principal of the school, also met with the g nip ii r study sessions. Dr. Maxwell Dauer. chairman of th Saturday and Sunday mornings. Registrations are now being ac<< pted every weekday and on Sunmor lings until noon. students of the Post-Confirmation Club, which is composed of 1 and girls who have been confirmed, will meet once a montii with Rabbi Baumgard. Hebrew School will meet on Monde) and Wednesday afternoons, with Bar Mitzvah classes held on Tuesday and Friday afternoons Hebrew teachers include Ceil Wajme, >'alie Loss, I.ihhy Lisa, Mi lael Rabinowitz, a n d Rabb. Baumgard Teachers in the weekend Hoik ii is Sol ol arc all professional.-, d indurie Ray Bernian. Florence rchansky, Barbara Bulbin, Ha .11 Fbher, MOM Goldstein. Joel < rebin, irol Heller, Dorothy Her1 an Samuel 11 Dander, Ruth 1 ufmai \nn Odell, Ruth Penick 1 isc ilia Perry, Pauline Potamkin, an Pn linaky, Ralph Gomoltnj. Ha tin Leioowitz Berth I i' Robinson, Mr and Mrs, irman S ng< r, Mm ay Rosen1 1 ara Weini r and Phyllis '/. --nan seeing the Worlds Fair and their families in New York, are now in Los Angeles. Calif., visiting their daugter and son-in-law, Dr. ami Mrs Allen Baumel. and their now grandson, Jeffrey Steven, born on June 7. Mrs. Kuth Katziff. 01 2401 SW 16th St., is leaving lor New York to attend the Bar Mitzvah of a nephew while up aorth, she'll %  bo be visiting in Pennsylvania. Mr. and Mrs. Philip (Mary) Schiff are back from a most unusual trip that is still very exciting to them First, they drove their stationwagon up to New York, where they picked up five youngsters, including their daughter. Judi, who had just returned from a seven-week I'nited Synagogue YouTh Seminar in Israel The quintet, also including Steven Weininger. of North Miami Beaoh. Thcmas Mann, of Hollywood. Jack Mizrachi. Jacksonville, and Sandy Mendelson. Daytona. jammed into the wagon with Judi's folks and hopped southward to Camp Blue Star ir. Hcndersonville, N.C.. for a I'SY Leadership Training Institute under the direction of Rabbi Allen Rutchik. who heads United Synagogue activities in the southeast region While there, some 350 attendees discovered that the Schiffs wore celebrating their 26th wedding anniversary and <>n the appropriate evening burst out in songs cf celebration and merrimenl Then back he me everyone came, singing all the way Phil, a past president of Beth David Congregation, and Mary gave up their vacation to pick up (he youngsters for the trip "But it's an experience, they say, "we'll never forget Jack and Fay Woody — he's superintendent of recreation for the City of Miami Beach — have been welcoming home all their rove ••traveling young 'tins" lowing the Woodys extensive tour ol the Ori earlier this summer, daughter ai 1 son-in lav. Marilyn and Bert Sager. ol Soutn Miami, flew off on a European jaunt and visit to Greece, with an espeeiallj happj reunion afterwards with their 13-yeai ol l son. Ricky, in Israel Ricky was a member ol a ei en-week Bar Mitzvah pUgf to Israel, made by more than 130 young men from all sect." the I'nited states Theirs was the privilege ol celebrating the traditional age-old ceremony ol Bar Mitzvah in the great High Temipe of Jerusalem in a joh 1 service For Ricky and his parents who attended, it wae the memorable experience of a lifetime Meanwhile-, closer to home, sistor Wendy Sager 11. attended Camp Juliette LOW, in Clou-! mont. Ga., under the auspices ol the Girl Scouts of America She. too. had lots of fun and :i wonderful summer. Harvey, son of Mr. and Mr Herbert (Esther' Bhimenthai. of Savannah. Ga.. has been visiting with his grandparents. Rabbi and Mrs. Simon April, and aunt and uncle, Rabbi and Mrs. Samuel April, here in Miami. Bon voyage party for Jean and Sam Miller will b t hosted Sat urday evening by their Belle Plaza friends at the New Chez Vendome in Coral Gables %  Th e Millers leave New York Sept. 7 aboard the SS Victoria for a Mediterranean cruise, followed by a motor tour of Italy France and Spain ... At Satur daj night's party, they'll be guests of Mr. and Mrs. Arthui DeJong, Mr. and Mrs. George Ilirsch. Mr. and Mrs Dan Now man. Mr. and Mrs. Bon Selioen ield. and Mr. and Mrs Gordon Sherman. Voun, a„isl Joseph Bono. !" 2 ^ ££* now on ehibit in tho mam omos* ola 1 Savings and Loan Assouan. 1TO1 M* %  n ^ he has lived and studied for the past year. m Judea Youth Plan Meeting Temple Youth Group of Temple Judea will hold ita first nteetUi | o| the M-a.-on Sept 12 at 7 p.m. Officers are Mike Rose, president: Stan Blake, executive vice president: Sher ry Wilensky sei rotary, and Carol Goldberg, ireas i. or The group has planned a year l, ng tutorial project in conjunction with the s rtheast Federation of Temple Youth involving a pro gram with Francis Tucker Elemental*} School in Coconut Grove The Office "f Economic Oppoi tunil) has arranged a workshop to prepare the Temple IToap rot the project Also i lai ned la •' Florid* State Workshop from Oct IS t" l" Some .,, top officers In youth groups out Flori la will atl i four freedoms Auxiliary Four Freedoms Auxiliary ol th Jewish War Veterans will .rin*oa card party at the Social Hall of the lour Freedoms House. lift") Collins \\e on Sept 9 at 9 p ni Spinoza Forum Meetings The Spin >za F o r u ai for Adult ling to meet • 'I :n to 12 II in the Auditorium of Wa ii gtou Federal, 1234 Washington During the month of Sc-picmI r. 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September 3, 1965 ^k^lslfhrHlrtr L arntin d^u uourSf h i Jit It —~ipp Page 11-B nml MM lace Chapter of llad;i*sah Ma f'* s SHI.II function HOn Saturday e^emai; v. MiT Restaurant, ini iliiim'idance, wilh r-t-. h^ I S \ era* ni of the Chapter, ne, chose a white 'i Ions "'' %  x ~ Bud i line ruffle which ne^an he neckline and >.. >wn the front of the the hembne A newour ,,i i .i \iiv> Susan i; a i "iiMn oi the Stones a classic black crepe %  s and with a neckline Mrs Allan li n •. slarevelesa line n I .ui .i bateau net Idine .• trimned uiih navj Martin Hechnun'i white J.. c was in the A lino .sil uih a aareow white y.' I near the hemline dean insert of white silk I tic spjiii.-ii 'nflnanjT Mo m the black crape Mrs hum Bloater ill r ^a> trumpet flounced, and ir bei er o featured the M %  loped neckline. Mrs Jack Steins emerald organza was made even more later eating i>> UM atear leog alaeves. kjiss Universe and Miaa I S \ fT1 wi re both popular \Miii the men. and Bracioaal) danced the evening awaj 'iih man) ol the guests Misa i niverse .on an mpu < %  silhoui tie v nh .i v h l smo ked i>i u to .sol Rashin, net >i n pi %  ,..,' ion lar meetin time baa h.iii-i d from < v eninga to .nlei IDOII-. K.l-.'llll -.11(1 Pollen {lodgers Party I'ollen Dodgers, lac., ia giviai %  dinner party at 7:46 pan Weatacsu.n. Sej>t B in the DaanviUe Ho lei's Ceaaaaava Room, where thej will aaa the Earoaatwaj show. "Call Me Madam sjrta (ia 11 -^^f> > i e rican r\. estaiirant king Room—Fountain and Take-Oul Service XOW XT SKY LAKL Your Host—Jimmy De Nicola Formerly of the FcnUinrfeleou ond Americuna I.J. II LABOR DAY SPECIAL FIRST IN MIAMI ITALIAN FIESTA-BUFFET STYI.E COMPLETE ITALIAN DINNER Unlimited Portions From Minestrone to Fresh Fruit and Nuts |SERVED FROM Q| Qr SUN. — MON ONLY P.M. to 9 PJA. #IT3 SEPT. 5- CHHMEN UNDER 12 YRS. SI.35 ills SpaqhrM Ava 'able tcr Take-Out) ME. 19th AVE. North Miami Beach Ph. 949-3164 fcily from 11 A.M. Sunday 2 P.M. Servinq lunch I Dinner SHOW I DANCING MOM 10 • JUt SUSAN SMI/ TRIO BgibinHood, rt na FOREST loanoe R OPEN DAILY FOR IUNCN AND DINNER Mon Thru Sat. 11-30 am to 2 .1 m. I.ly from 4 p.m to 2 a m COCK T A LS From 65c 4 to S Hot A Cold Hori D oeuvres ReiervntiMS 371-2621 R:h Days. Programs announced for KMS-66, include posath activities, adnlt ed-i ucation and improved Snbbath and Sunday Schtx 1 currinil.i Also .iinii unced by Dr Salhanick is a newly reno\ ated recreation. aataaini aad Onog Maahbai ball at the Temple A new library has also been added to TiiereUi Ji cob • facilities BBYO Director To Visit Israel Aaaeng the M participantin the B'aal H'riih Youth Organization'! Stall Seminar in Israel will be Jerry Carver, director of the Mi ami BBYO affiliate. 'ihe If-daj .•< minar was planned and sponsored by the Jewish ABJtAey far Israel in coo|M-ralion with the B'aal B nth Youth Organization. BHYO proftaaianal itaff memberc will explore the problems and h< |H's of the Holy l.an


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Page 12-B +JelstfhrMton Friday. September 3. 1965 -i •( 11tl I %  \ ( F I .-. l.) • I -i :•! 1 ( i i <; 1:1 Is is 10 ill -I ; i ;n a :r n d< F > r %  f R Buber And Israel's Future By MAX LERNER The death of Martin Buber has been followed by dutiful ancounts ol his long life and the major lines of his philosophy. My own thoughts have gone back — was it five or six years or was it longer" — to a little squat man with a huge beard and flashing intelligent eyes who sat there afternoon in his heme in Jerusalem and talked and talked. 1 don't remember what he said now, but I recall the style: high and conceptual, vet (as with ot.hers in the tradition of Jewish thinkers) very shrewd and "somehow ear:hy, but also terribly exacting, sometimes almost quarrel some in insisting on hta own vocabulary in his own universe of discourse, so that in the end you were left stretched, exultant — and exhausted. They are leaving the stage, the grand, authentic old men of Israel, juber is dead, and Ben-Gurion, who is still alive and fighting, is politically dead, although he refuses to know it. But the young ones have rot yet been able to take over power, which is still in the firm hands of Prime Minister Eshkol and his coalition. I had occasion in Europe to touch several bases and fill in the story of the recent crises between the Germans. Egyptians and Israelis. It was something Buber would have both loved and scorned, for he has been a journalist and loved the concrete and dramatu. but he always wanted to transcend it. It starts with Nasser as Overreacher. who doublecrossed the West German Foreign Office on the Ulbricht visit and then found that his own Arab League wouldn't back him. As for the Germans, they showed themselves incredibly naive in canceling the Israeli arms contract on Nasser's word. But once they had their backs to the wall, they came through with the diplomatic recognition of Israel, and despite Nasser's threats the heavens didn't crack. In some ways the most interesting role was Bourguiba's. The Tunisian leader, by asking the Arabs to be realists and to accept the fact of Israel's existence, took a big risk with his Arab League colleagues. But while he shocked Die Nasser-Syria bloc and sent the refugee leaders into a rage, the Algerians and Moroccans and Libyans played it cool, and the Cairo conference turned out a dismal failure. Bourguiba LS no great friend of Israel, but he Ls a man who lives in todays world. He was fed up with the world of illusion in which those Arab leaders live who still cling to the myth of eradicating Israel when they know it is an opium dream. Having messed up the whole episode, Nasser then made a remarkable speech in which he confessed the Arabs were impotent to carry out their dream of destruction. Nasser went on to say that only the extension of the Arab revolution could bring Arab unity But by definition this would mean Egyptian hegemony over the Arab world, which neither the Bourguiba bloc nor the Ba'ath Party leaders are avid to accept. This means that the Arab plan to divert the waters of the Jordan forcefully from Israeli use is now a dead letter. Nasser will doubtless try to use the coming Alro-Asian conference at Algiers to lobby for the encirclement of Israel. But he will again fail: the Israelis have shown their friendship for the new nations on both continents in concrete ways that will not lightly be forgotten. -* -* But Israel's troubles have not been resolved. Bourguiba's dramatic effort to talk pea;e has had no followup. Sixteen years after the anni.tice agreement, then' is still no prospect of peace. Internally, the struggle of Israeli parties has drawn political blood. Ben-Gurion's attack on Eshkol. so similar in its bitterness to Adenauer's on Erhard. can scarely be expected to bring the old lion back to power. Hardware Firm Purchased By Lumber Company North Miami Hardware & Build ers Supply Co., owned and oper.d ed In Max l.uber for 20 years at 8d NE 127th St.. has been purchased by Renuart-Bailey-Cheely Lumber & Supply Co.. BBC President Tom Bailey announced. Established in 1345 oy Max Lu her, North Miami Hardware & Builders Supply is well known to South Florida architects and builders for its specialization in architectural hardware. Under Luber s direction, the firm carried a large selection of intricately designed door locks, hinges, knockers and similarly distinctive items which architects included in building designs after reviewing them at Luber's large showrooms. Bailey said his company will continue the business at its 680 NE 127th St. address and also use its traditional name of North Miami Hardware A Builders Supply Co. Caroll Sanders, manager 1 for 13 years, and all of the pres1 ent staff will be retained. Speaking of future plans, Bailey said R-B-C Lumber & Supply Company will continue the emphasis on large selections of architectural hardware to serve architects and contractors' needs. The building will be modernized shortly, Bailey stated, to accommodate additional stocks of construction [ supplies. "It is R-B-C's plan."' he said, "to ; make North Miami Hardware and Builders Supply not only a major showroom and sales point for architectural hardware, but also a source of diversified building items for retail customers M well as contractors." Formed in 1361 by the merger of Renuart Lumber Co.. Bailey's Lumber Yards, and Cheely Lumber Co.. R-B-C Lumber &"Supply Co. is listed as one of the largest building materials firms in Flori TOM BAIlir Mount Zion Burial Site Dedication T ,„. Jtco b C Cohen 'o.nmumty Synagogue will officially dedu-. • ; I ,, ., i, for Orthodox Jcvu>, Mount Bon < %  Memorial Park. Dedication lervicea will be held „,, Sun daj Ocl 2. ai f> "> • h ,V participation ol many Orthodox Rabbis. Cantor Samuel \>.... ,;i chant a memorial Management "f Lakeside Memorial l'ark is making arrange. „.,.,„, f,.,tents and seat* to accommodate the hundreds of people expected t<> attend Rabbi Tibor 11 stern is writing a sp.< I service of Sacred (.round Dedit .,,„.,,. copies <>( *hicb will be available t the public. Special burial ceremonies ol -.. cred articles will be held during ;'.,. de lication aen u aa S) nagogues earing to participate m the service may contact Rabbi stern. da. Its stores r a n g e from Fl Pierce to Key West Purchase <>( North Miami Hardware & Build ers Supply Co. brines its locations to 15. Following the purchase of his firm by R-B-C Lumber & Suppl} Co.. founder Luber and his wife left for Germany where they are vacationing The Lubers live at NE 118th St., Biseaync Park Rabbi Azulay Named Vice Pres. Of Teachers' Unit Rabbi Shimon Azulay. of the Hebrew Academy, was recentl) elected national vice president of the Federation of Hebrew Teacher, and Principals of America, and named chairman of the Southern Region. At the convention of the Hebrew Teachers held in Boston. Mass matters of vital importance to the Hebrew educators were •'.!-< ussed CPA Institute Elects Members Eli Hurwitz. president of the Florida Institute of Certified Public Accountants, announced this week receipt of official notice from Clifford ( Beaaley, nninaging director "f the state orgaaixation, that lrw.n A Bloeker. Ceorgc W. Hess Jr Charles Kneapler. William D May. Alan .1 Poltey, Howard Lee SobweiUer, Miami CPAa and Benjamin l. 5 Venter. Miami Beach CPA, and Samuel KoniH have been elected to membership. Hurwiti pointed out that membership m the statewide orgam/a -ion is based on hi^h standards of technical, moral, and professional attainments The Florida Insti tute of CPAa correlates its professional activities with those of the American Institute of CPAs The nra members will !*• honored b> the Dade County Chapter at ,m ...rl> date, HurwiU declared Jewish Radio Can Be Heard DAILY IN MIAMI WEDR• it 7 1 lor by .Mrs Oennj Parker, A.I.D of th Richard PIumm Co One of the nation's most fashionable interior design centers, Richard Plumer features over 40 displays of domestic and imported furniture, both residential and business. Displays demonstrate the usage of furnishings, including draperies, wall-coverings, lamps and accessories. Styles range from imperial French to striking "architectural" modern. The Richard Plumer showrooms are readily accessible from Miami Beach via the 36th St. Causeway, using the Biscayne Blvd. exit. The late Richard Plumer founded the firm nearly 40 years ago and decorated many of the finer homes in the area in the grand manner of the time. Richard Plumer, his son, has carried on the tradition of quality interior design, performing an ever-increasing volume of residential, apartment and commercial work over the U.S., the Bahamas, Bermuda, Jamaica, Central and South America. Famous also for yacht interiors, Richard Plumer designers work with boat owners and builders to achieve the ultimate in beautv, convenience, and servicability in the interior design and furnishing of pleasure craft. ENJOY ALL WEDR PROGRAMS: MIAMI'S JEWISH SCENE JAY BUSHINSKY 1 to 1:30 P.M., Monday-Friday, NEWS, VIEWS & INTERVIEWS MUSIC 1:3C to 2 P.M. JACOB SCHACHTER'S YIDDISH PROGRAM 2 to 3 PM., MONDAY-FRIDAY; 3:15-4 P.M. SUNDAYS THE TORAH HOUR NARRATED BY RABBI TIBOR H. 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September 3. 1965 +Jewlst fkr/Htr Page 13-B lucktrman Victor Hecht Dou'd Bergman Jfyar ^Mitzvah Robert Cohen I. morning, Sept. 4. %  on %  Mr Irving arlyle Ave will be .,1 I. liplv NIT Tamil. ., sports enthusiast, is L{ %  student at Nautiiio[ iii i School and Temple imxi Ri ligious School. d guests will bo grandmother from BrookY Mrs Beckie Cohen. epticn will a!-o intendered prt's honor at Michel's Resii on Sunday, Sepl ."> Heather Moriber ther daughter of Mr and I Moriber, of 2071 \K ltd So Miami, will eeleMitzvah %  < remple i m i (I <>n Friday t\ ening, the late tan ice -it 8 13 fa ol the w i ll illowCurtis Senfeld ft is, II > his h IJ a reception for relatives will be held H< 1*1 \ m > %  n _• -'will !• higrandparet I ". %  %  Aaron Tetenba i ft 9 8 Larry Zuckerman • II Ol Mr and Mrs Mel nan, of 2110 NE l:Wth TVr Miami Beach, will become Bar ATTENTION) Jewish Home for the Aged THRIFT SHOP NEEDS YOUR DONATION NOW! "All ltm Tax Deductible" CALL 696-2101 TELL THEM ABOUT WELCOME .* %  WAGON If you kno* of a family Mho "-as ;-st arrived in your comttunity. ba s %  to tell them about VM:oma Wagon. They will be deii*hted with UM basnet of gifts and helpful information they will receive f'om our hostess, a symbol of ; h combandy's traditional hosp.tal.ty. Or you may call „ \\ elcomtv^Ci\ IijJ in \.9/r\ rpS* -fcJiJnaaJ HI 8-4994 [ WHCOME NLWC0MERS1 %  UM this coupon la lot ui know I'JU'PO 1 % %  •. ha ma Sddraii ._ fleose hov> the Welcome Wagon %  Hostess coll on me. %  would like to subscribe o The Jewish Floridion. fill out coupon and mat 1 to Circulation Dept., M.P.O. Box 2973, Miami Flo. I Mitzvah on Saturday morning. Sept I. at Beth Torah Congregation. 1 arrj will bo presented with a : • n behalf of the Mollie K 1 haner Sisterhood I. irrj 1enti ring eighth grade al John F Kenned) Junior High s* boot. The Bar Mitzvah reception and dinner will he held Saturdaj ning al the Diploma) Ccuntrj Club Relatives fro New York will be t" participate in the (el lion. Jeffrey Castlt Jeffrey Scott, son >f Mr and Mrs William Castle will become %  litzvah n Saturda: I t, u M Adath Y fa\ irite -; he is a men Lttle League I as) year ecu ed an a ;• His m itei nal g ents %  .1 ., II be Mi an 1 Mrs n S'athai n. ol i %  i • % %  %  %  •' n Philip Smith (>ii Saturda) mornin :. Sep< ; it 11 .1 ir. the D ir Mitzs. ill I %  %  I -"ii of Mr and Mrs Le •: f Soul Mu ill I ike e .it 'I emple Judea 1'hilip iin the eighth grade at Si ith Miami Junii r High School, and for the past tour > ears attain ed Deerborne %  where > ear he n cei %  ed %  Scholarship Award Philip collects -• imps and 5, and ,.1 F rs) I U He is also a studea tinMr. and Mrs Smith will • ;• %  His Ida Bj wil New Y01 Victor He-eht \t sei vices Satui i> Sep) 1. in B< "1 Da vi Vicl 11 n ol Mi in 1 Mrs Hecht 2511 SVi Bar Mil; Victor i rade student at SI High Scl the school Legal.tes to Give Views on Panel "Free Press — Fair Trial," cun nvolving eithe fion and I the:. trial b) ill explored 'I 14, 8:30 p %  al lem, ira Aceording to M b s r. pro%  I I % %  :•. : 0 li'nai B'rith, the pr 1 r im 1opei tn the public, and the panel of public offk MI% %  HI be moderated by Judge Milton A Friedman. Included on the panel will be 1 s District \ William Meadow -. Dad 1 Attornt j i rtein, Criminal ( our) ick Falk, Sheriff T. A. Buchanan, w iker Gwinn, pres 1 '1 in rneys' Ed Pierce. %  band. He enjoys Bporta, especially football and baseball. He 1the grandson of MiEsther Belmonte, ol Brooklyn, N v David Bergman David, -mi of Mr and MrManuel Bergman, 10881 NE nth Ave., No. Miami Beach, will become Bar Mitzvah on Saturday mornin.;. • 1 at Beth Torah Congregation. David will be presented with a Bible on behalf of the Mollie Kahaner Sisterhood, David is an eighth grade stu lent at John F. Kennedy Junior Huh School His grandparents, Mr and Mrs. Harry Bergman, and hiaunt and uncle. Dr and Mrs. Fred Bergman, will attend the Bar Mitzvah • • • Gary Perlowm Gary Mark, son "t Mr and Mrs Let") Perlowin, will become Bar tzvah on iturday, Sept. 4. at 11 • Adath Yeshurun Gary 1in eighth grade at the Norland Junior High Sihool. He 1lnt< reste l in football and will be ng out lor the school team this year He also collects stamps, and year received an award in 11 hery. His maternal grandmother is Mrs Henrietta Denkin. Among %  -• :•. m ou) ''i town will be Harvey Denkin, of Philadelphia, • %  %  The Bar Mitzvah will be honored a Ki i'l'i-'i al the Temple Au li %  illovi ine the services Cantor Breeh At Beth Raphael Cantor Saul H Breeh will render the musical portions ol the liturgy at Beth Raphael I itiOJ 1545 Jefferson Ave., Miami Bei during the congregation's High Hoi) Da) services beginning Sepl 26. Announcement of Cantor Breeh's appointment was made this Week by Abash Perl, president. Spiritual leader of Beth Raphael iRabbi Zevi I. Greerrwald Formerly with Temple Ner Tarnid for three years. Cantor Breeh is a lyric tenor, who studied with voice teachers in New York. Perl said "we are grateful to have had the opportunity to engage -o renowned and capable an interpreter of the liturgy as Cantor Breeh. who will make our Holy Da) services a memorable occasion." CANTO* SAUl BfffEH Western Electric Aids Economy The Western Electric Company. manufacturing and supply unit of the Bell System, spent over $78 million on materials ind supplies purchased in Florida in 1964. 1, rtei Freeman, Southern Bell's Division Commercial manager e released the figures Wednesj He said the purchases were le from 670 supply and carrii r inesses in %  >•'> '.ownin Florida %  • m Elecl n inufactures most of the equipment that the Bell System, including Southern Bell, • in its communication business, from telephone instrumei ta to transistors, to electronic switching systems. Western Electric also serves as the purchasing agent for -implies and equipme.nl for the Bell System thai Western Electric does not in its 0 w n plants. Announcing BOSTON POPS Concerts SATURDAYS 2 P.M. 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,.,...-G n h J k I /. :. c • ti n I Fage 14-B +Je*/st>nerldton Meyers to Speak At Bureau Meet Tuesday Evening Benjamin Movers, a past presidnt of the Bureau of Jewish Edul .11011. will address the tirst meet ing of the school year of the Board ol Directors of the Bureau on Tuesday evening, 8:15 p.m.. at the new offices of the Bureau. 94.U Lincoln Rd. Meyers has just returned from .\Unsiw visits to Australia. No.' Zealand, and other -'clown under" areas, and will discuss with the .rd his impressions of Jewish lift there. Meyers is a graduate of YaU University with a PhD degree in mathematics and physics. He was treasurer until recently of the Miami Bottled Gas Company. Meyei ii trustee and member • the Executive Board ol the An • lefan .nun League, a trustee ol the Greater Miami Jewish Feders%  and member ol tin1 i The meeting "ill be chaired by .! septi i v president, who has issued a call to the Jewish community, urging registration of stuits in all J< wish schools during the coming week. i Rabbi Jonah E. Caplan (left), spiritual leader of Skylake Synaqoque, goes over the High Holiday services with Cantor Lewis Goodman. Reservations for the High Holidays and school registration are at Unified Hall. 2300 NE 171st St., every evening from 8 to 10 p.m.. and Sundays. 10 to 12 noon. Noted Physicist, Univ. Rector, Dead at Age 56 ROME 1JTA1 — Dr. Giulo Racah. noted theoretical physicist and rector of the Hebrew University of Jerusalem, died of a hear) attack last weekend in Florence. firt stop of a lecture tour of several Italian cities. He was 56. Born in Florence, the descendBest-loved Yiddish folksong, exan t of a family that traced its Ul .-rant Israeli melodies, top hits roots in Italy to the First Century. fiom top Broadwav shows all Dr. Racah fled thecountry-in 1938. these are brilliantly recorded in when Mussolini adopted his antia new manv-mooded LI' album. Semitic policies. He joined the • Manna from the World of Jewish faculty of the Hebrew University Son" •" featuring top recording as professor of theoretical physics, Unique Jewish Song Recording Available Now \ u n ui i I! SCHLESINGER. 642 %  n AM lllv, ROTHMAN. A Av<, rlU-il \ B a nil bill I ,i.ii Klvei dde JACOBS. Waltc I. 'M ll \ \ • %  .%  1 \ N x Rlv< mid. KAHN. Adolph, %  -. i %  K : Mi N %  S i ,.f IKS25 %  %  ll n* l :..„.. n i. %  BLOOM. II..' i | : Ol I '• M" • Till i.-. 7'.. Aui i>( tlv.-l LENOWiTZ. Mn HJth SI Servli old. LEVIN. MrKlla, ::•. ol lM I. n .\v.-. S. n I, %  • %  AUK : '-" liordoll ORCHIN. Morrlv, :••. ol -!'• Vli< i\i >, %  i. A %  Itlvei FINKELSTEIN. .!:.. %  ..!>. I, ol 15 : BW ::iil si. S< n i' %  A UH t Blvi Chapi I, 1 KIUSIHX Rd. Beach Symphony Elects Wien Leonard A Wein. investment broker and civic leader has been named pro-tern of the Miami Beach Symphony. He succeeds JuW Kenneth Oka. who has been assigned to Japan by the United States Department ol State. A member Ol the I oundera i ""> ol Mount Sinai Hospital, he has served as a tr a a t o e since IM9 A former vice presidenl and chairman of the Founders Club, he is currently its secretary He is president of the Pspaniicolacu Cancer Research Institute of Miami, trustee and chairman of the Development Finance Committee of Variety Children's Hospital, and a trustee of the Art Institute of Miami and the Museum of Art. Wien is i lne ( '' \ Boar hi versit.i 11 Miami and is active with the Greater Ml (ion LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE FICTITIOUS N'E LAW %  i-..k : \ VIH HAN (i KP.KIN." ri:i IKKSSH >NAL -%  "t VTI< >N U I I ISKI'H A I'KRKINS Alton M.lli: I ; -. .. Friday, September 3, 1965 LEGAL NOTICE stars. The singers and instrumentalists. Iieadliners of national and international repute, include Richard Tucker. Skitch Henderson. Andre Previn and Johnny Mathis. Israeli artiste; are represented by Yaffa Yarkoni, Geula Gill. Rivka Raz. The recording spans the generations from Aaron Lebedelf. one Of tlie all-time greats of the Yiddish Theater, to such scintillating new groups as The Glad Singers and The Village Stampers. Even falater became dean of the faculty of sciences, and. in 1961. rector of the university. A member of the Jewish underground before establishment of Israel, he had served as deputy commander of the Haganah on Mount Scopus, where the Hebrew University was then located, during the War of Liberation. Dr. Rarah's field w a s atomic snectroscopv, the study of varlouf in*.\ in.ivc 3iuiirveis. i-.wii i,-f • vorite Fiddler on the Hour songs. %  *• Particles. The -Racah co us well as themes in.,,. "Milk and efficient.' a geometric quantitj Honey.' '•Exodus" and "My Kan connected with atomic structure. Lady" (in Hebrew., are in'the al used bj scientists the world over, bum Dr. Racah was chairman of the Planters Peanut Oil and Cohim"denee section of the Israel Ac d b a Special Products make music em ? f Sdences and Humanities, e history with this recording The and a member ol the Israel Re album is offered for SI .value ... *•* Council. He was a fliesl least $3.96) plus the label Horn .. "umber of the Institute for Ad riantera oil bottle. vanced Studies at Prinoeton, N.J., Send your name and address, to"' |:,> "' 11 gether with si t check or money order, no stamps please) plus a COLSKY riantera Oil bottle label, to Plant eis oil Record Offer, TO Box 6084, Clinton. Ind. Harmony Lodge Schedules Film Harmony Lodge of B'nai B'rith will meet Monday, Sept. 13, 8 p.m.. at Beth Torah Congregation. Featured will be a showing of the film. "Let My People Go ram vice president of the chapter is Marty Knobcl. vi:.JENNIE I'oral lat>li -. il • i Slllnl.iv A ...' -'J Ml < ', ...in. Ii.:. ..^lii year* .IJ>troni MamplliM, T.-iui Sui \ i v.i> in inn, l >r Jn< ob %  • %  ll .ii: I .Ml • Miami -;.-!>. Mi Sadie I:I... kmun nnd Ml • i i.. .in. of Mi'111• 11i-. and Mr* (lolilli Minkiii. ..f Clifton. N ,1 and • itni grandi hlldn i. .icei a'eri A UL: J :i. River' 'ha|n I, I louicum Hit with n M. mi.hi>. • • • FLECK. I.... %  •• % %  : 20111 Raj I'III \, u Vork City. Itlvi KAUFMAN. MiEdith Jean, 14, ol MI. II K.I S. n Ii • %  Sepl Rirervldi NEWMAN. Ml1'. ; %  l-1. '.".. Of NE l-ili Ave, Services In Bru l\ii 1: Beth El Registration .-. „ .. ,,, „. __, ROSENSTEIN. Jacob "i of l(H ton^regation Beth El. of 500 S\\ M |, HI Ht-rvlcea i Fbreal Hill-. 17th Ave.. announces that registraN v BJver* de .. __ *^\vyc t %ikn o.l' ...... o. tion for Hebrew and Sunday School istill U'lnu acepted The conBOYAR. 1 %  :.!.. 69, of JM0 B 19th si Sepl I *'' %  '' J %  • r GOOCMAN. Toblaa, ..•• nl 71" NW gregation will continue itpolicy ; ''' S! "• %  *** %  Au S ;l Riverol education without tuition for all | ZIECLER. Mrt Bva, TO, of 7I BW children. Registration is dailv from l:: "' Sl Graveid \u si t In f> nrii.n '" A N 1 '" Rlverlde lO 1. noon. GERENBAUM. Mi.Mil.li.,1. SUPERIOR STAMP & SEAL WORKS MANUFACTURERS OF SUPERIOR RUBBER STAMPS Corporation Seals and Supplies CHARLIE MERZ, Owner 613 N.E. 1st Ave. FR 4-1034 Brandeis Zionist District Meeting First membership meeting of the season for Brandeis Zionist District will be Monday. Sept. 13. 8 p.m.. at Washington Federal, Normandy %  *• %  Isaac Donen, president, said the meeting will combine business and a cultural and social program. LfGAL NOTICE IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR OADE COUNTY. FLORIDA IN PROBATE No. 67796 C IN RK i SI l.\ 1 \ ii. lilt VNtiElt I NOTICE TO CREDITORS To All <*! Ill I 'lainiK oi I •• i %  :n.. n.i whieb ll,. r SYLVIA tl. ISKANtiKII %  i. I %  Count and ih. .ui.l .(> |iro> idt-d ui I I..i .1. ... in I mn l '..in 1 Ii..:;-. • P l>, I % %  : I .... H'lthill -l\ ... time of the hereof, or th, da) of A ILMI'-I. A 1 1 JK1U i.MK .1 irltANUKR AI ,\. lion of iinnot Hi. 3rd .1 i %  M vc \II:I:\II:I,I. Kxi 1 .\\ : .I A\. M %  1 | • IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE 11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN A\0 FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA IN CHANCERY No 65C 9524 TIIK Wit. 1. 1 VMSKI'Rlili H WiY. ;> HANK, Plaintiff, WALTKR II S Kl.l.is UefendanlK NOTICE OF SUIT T< i \v Iti ii s Kit IK and S>lvia 11 Klii-. inv. n. i"-'s i:..., i.^i,,. i,. |, I ,. :.i HI (Seorula Y..U a:. Ii. r.l.i ni BIH .i ..!• %  Ii ii .I .ni lor li.. I%  atltuted .'. %  I ni I ynu Ii • %  %  i Court "f Hi, i-:i. ,. nth i i oult of i'l %  Ida in and for i >adi 1} tO I' II III. fnili.w ina di -.i IIM-.I •. ;i j..op. L.t -j" ni !" k :.s PIHS i Miu II. ,\ Tt CAIUH. CITY .-... inlln a I'iil III. i. of, I. .nl, .1 n I'l.i M :.i Pan. I of the Pub It. • %  / Da i .. fiord.i Y..ii are r^qufn %  Ivc ui. .in i .. uinlli Wllll III. I'l. %  I, ,.f ll... opj %  tlffi ..ii. i n MARTIN I'l \l i '• St al Building, \i %  n.. i i.ii. r than i k lobi r 5th 1 • • Pro Confi --.. a III hi .ni. I, ,i ..Ulllll-I >. .11 DATBll Aua ... i: B I.I: VTHKR.M \\ of the C P • '' i i: i. \ \ 11 i • %  i %  i' %  i MARTIN PINK I '.ol. I'. •!• • ll It" K MI.IIM III .1 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW XI ITICK IS III 111' V lilVFA* l %  | 11 %  i r -1 %  %  • 11 • I'I.I: VSt'ltt: ll n: ai ••• > W ,. M .mn r • %  %  H ild name ifh th# < 'I. i h i-uli ('fturt ol I' id. RVl >N \ Ii iNKs Hi KKRSI BR ^ M IWKV Attul ii.-> l"i I |." liiltinore Wa>. i I IN THE CIVIL COURT OF RFCORD. IN AND FOR OADE COUNTY. FLORIDA No. *5-00 I'M:UTV %  • \ IIANISI: .•i >RI1 iRATK >N Ida roi i %  • r i:\ri. HRII i:\ I < • iltl v URICKNi ll Hi I. ndm IAMENDED NOTICE BY PUBLICATION rOf. RAI'I, 111 I lltli i;\. \ \ • %  1 \ I'll w I...I HAY I'ARI • %  I VN C %  %  ^ oi k, ir .. %  %  %  i of ill. ••! .e Court and erv upon ll. no:, II .-.I... i %  : %  Ilu I Id I nil Ifore s. |.iii iniptalnt u ill |.. ..I I>ATB*D, \ i. i; |1 I.i: \THKUM VN %  ill I I I M'.I.S.., I ', pill) **i. I IIN THE COUNTY JUDGED COl PI N ^ ND FOR DAD! FLORIDA N PROBATE No 6S1U A NOTICE TOCRtn 'ORs %  %  %  %  %  i i I K I Kit STR r n of thin not S • i %  A Kaplan • .V \\ I '..;..•i IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY FLORIDA IN PROBATE No SSW2-C IN RK .1 \.'..|: KI.KINM \N I •• %  NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE APPLICATION FOR O STRIBUTION AND FINAL DISCHARGE N., i i. i. i ii. %  Mi i> •" %  thai Ii iv Tl id !'•' I • I lirr-^:.' %  .. • : •• %  a lj i • %  r .1. i II .IKIIK LKIN M A S I ., .'. KINM.V N IIKNIM VI >\ ;i:v M j i. • a I I'HFf IT, of Hi. I' ili ll. NOTICE OF APPLICATION i. TAX Di. • '941 • in ,• %  V .11 .i I %  i-l I %  I | Vi ta l I'ail. i • ftl i. i .-... di .i |. ii,. %  ,-i II In I n h i %  i % %  i i i triad l„ I I NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW \\ xi I %  ItNK MI.TI ,'" 1 1 M ',' ', • II llM<'l. It. •I I. I S I N. I i %  •-< %  I %  •-!" i; .4 |a| Vlnilej Building III .. MUWIVI 11 ^_ssiBMMi



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Friday. September 3. 1965 Irwlcf nrrlrflM Paqe 15 B LEGAL NOTICE .OTICF UNDER red TIOUS NAVE LAW -. thai • I .OTICE UNDER FIC1 TIOUS NAME LAW s HI RKI I >HVKN thai %  Ih* I 1801 X W i intend* mm. with lh > lark i%  Utidi Count) • .w: i iiu AIT .1 M. I'l MAN M mil i %  N0 T 'CE UNDER FICI.TIOUS NAME LAW KRKKl illVKN thai %  BMI in i lltloua ua %  I W \V -I 1 IT. I. II. I IU f .• w V U I In "i. I k %  %  rl "t I Hoi.i t'.H U v.\.N \vi: 4 <-MHHU NOTICE BV PUBLICATION l\ THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORUA IN AND FOR OADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY No. C*C 9307 .1 I'U KNoWLSB, \..,w s I;V"I.I' bl IT FOR DIVORCE ;. %  Know .. i ..ii.i Montreal .. i .r v K Si IW i J3K. •Xl %  li.,! ., I; I II I II filed %  i \ required (i knurrr 01 HI i .. %  i. ..•• • .II -1 %  I.I:U is K N r TI;I: %  • III %  \ •..! nu %  %  ;• %  do ao, I %  %  • %  in; dial %  >•:.'...! %  %  t-.-ki* run i ;w i.-n KUntiiXAN • i :i **-: i: K -1 • HI • .Hi da) II| \ • Ai. K II I r\ THRUM \N %  I %  I. 11 id, -. i llj K M U.NWAV 1 '••|iu' \ Clerk WW F i illKN, BS4J 17 Ti |. ii Iff 7. i-to-i? BY HErfRY LEONARD ^"4,tfc MRO I LEGAL NOTICE "And for recess... we ploy Rabbi I" COIM. 1965. DayeM Production* NOT'CE UNDER FICT,TIOUS NAME LAW • • '.i'l., i IIVK.N %  i i P %  ..-,.., %  %  vND !'• illlAS r.w LNP Mi NX I venue, \i : i, i • %  I'll lit C 1 ol Ui nty, • i.i. S1HNKY II. TOBIAS MIH1 \ M Tl "BIAS ^ 20-17. • :-!• NOTICE UNOER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW N"T|.i: is HKHiiiiN GIVEN that % %  %  : .,. ii ,•. % %  llg UCf In the i.. UUou i....in. ••I Karl T iin i.. 1 "..IT Tl ..i. 1 \.l : %  1 1. 11. oln Road and 'iT"i < 'ollliif Ave11.1. Mi.111,1 Hi -. |i. I'.. 1 1., to rearlnter M pa with th, • •f the I'm im 'u irl ol 1 lade 1 i'l..1 I.I.I. M£RII.IC l"i ii;i'. MIl.Ti IN A KKHI'MA.N |.|i. .1 :u 1111 Alnaie) Ul.lg. ; %  • %  ATTENTION ATTORNEYS+Jenist fke-aafrrri solicits your legal notice*. We appreciate your patronage and guarantee accurate service at legal rates Dial FR 3-4695 lot messenger service LEGAL NOTICE LEGAL NOTICE — I IN THE COUNTY JUDGE 5 COURT IN AND FOR OADE COUNTY. FLORIDA IN PROBATE No 67789-A IN Itl Katate -i I:I.I:S it>uKoi r J NOTICE TO CEDlTO*ft TO All I d > ;.1 I IiK •'IMHII* >-: 1 • %  DM ii.K AnuillXl .--.ii'! list*!. \ < %  \ .< %  li. rby notlfli Aiiainal Said \ \ iri ii> : • %  'l and r. I •! i any clalnie und de111. in. l> \v lilh •1...%  .!•. id 1:1 i.s l"<>l.< 1R0KHI nianoH aiUch mij .1... .-..! 1..1. ,.| Had. County, r ', %  x v ["JAN Kl KM IN, the fmi NAT Fl ItM VN .l....iI'ounl nd flli %  '. I .'.,,, .1 1 ,. t.. > 1 I i. I. ,•....., 1 1 ..ml IIIHM I "ll'l nn 1 %  --C1.TT ,| ..,,-,, .1 ..... • |6. I' la UM in : .1. 1 "nunlv. Florida. tiiii. r thi .. %  %  : • %  %  he '.in. I I... ..!.,• M da, thli IMII da) ..1 \ ik .FF MAUI \\ H: VM 'its %  ; %  n.l'M \ N \ V.lTII.I • I •• ihlteatlua • Ihlr notl n x KAMI I ".I. J KANII Aii"i n. 1 (.1 1 Hale of Eh Pol' :•_; .-. ;. IH.1.1 1: Hiding llN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THI |'TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN ANO FOR OADE COUNTY FLORiDA IN CHANCERY No *5C 9141 1 wrra. viLnttsKr, 1 Mini 1 '• I %  • MON UIIAIWMKT. NOTICE OF PUBLICATION •11... 1, Mllu %  1 \ ^ 11 m:i:i \-A \iTII IKP •''-' %  LHvorci !. %  • 1.. 1. nd I nWl 1 nildainl .11 Hi. *-H MAN .•. %  • isrlnal %  .1 If %  %  %  %  ,1 KUAN %  1 V I'AVANAIJH %  %  ill %  1. 1'... 11 .,1 •..,: %  .. I 1-10-11 K JIANITA Mi INK. iK 1L. .-ni. 11, Uokaoera V.M AUJC HKIHHV NOTIFIBDthat ivvi niu.:K M*MJ*V, 1,..ui. .i .i 1 II. III.MI-.V. -I>|..l • ..UI [Ol a.1..|.u..11 ..1 1I1. II leer MM I then n ana yea main .1 to -ii .,,1-. ., I • I., -..in. -11. i.l ii"l I • %  rmaited U\ — > ins %  o|) ol voui .1. %  1 up. • %  • :i iR' 11 N u 11. 'I.A.\ 1; 1 • 'in 1 ..! i s \\ llth \ % %  • nue, Mlaml, i'>. r; • %  .I id v,.|i ''it. ..11 thl • 1 1. • % %  I • ..11 il .,1 Mild K |l \illi i.M IN'.i 1 ;• : M' %  1 I lade Count) mi. n .1 illcati and .,|II ..\ •: %  .1 in >• • %  •-,'.::.. 1 Kill, i'. in; 1 Ida, within nix .11. n.i.nmonth* from of, or will IM bun • il 1 al .">!.. 1. Florida, ih .1.1 u| Juli \ I • I9i \l.|| 1: H FUltM VN LKtiNAKLi 1}, i:.;i:i;T Ui 1 ,. 1 %  %  %  ihlli at ion l thii nolle* oa th da) .1 Auitunt, l*j. I.KO.NAIU" K k-liKKT U) H 11 S Kaplan AII..IT1.-V f.n Kxecuti I'. II Hit) ..r lu the 11."." s W 1-1 Street Miami, Fl 1 :' %  >-.•:. •> :l-lu IN THE ClHCU.T COURT OF THE 1ITH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN ANO FOR OADE COUNTY. FLORIDA IN CHANCERY No. 6CSe98 I vl.i .1 %  rh i\ OF %  .1;,.... 'i-.i "T r y crsi IN %  MI or \ FAY BUall V* rTZ. .. Minor Hi 1 .-miv 1 • \I:I 11 i:it.\u.N.-i. 1. u a .\n iin:i. A. III:I;AI fcaJSKI 1 '.-I iullrl NOTICE BY PVBLICAT.ON OF PETITION FOR ADOPTION Tl .. rV' i.NNK S'-|H'l-\. I / U, .1. in .• unlHiaj) \,,i \i:c Hl'.HKHV MiTIFIKIi ihi ., ueUta-n ln' %  • • '"• ;','"'" lvi,.l curt I.N l..-1'.i'V %  Mil. UK! MAN SKI ,1 ,1 Ml KiKi. X IIKIIM \N SKI MM if.-, fi.r 111.i.l'n.n. II ol |.\ltl.lM'\ FAY S. ill I.W1TZ. a b) th.i'.' i.jiiM lAKI. HEKMANSKI ,n,l Ml l:ii:i. A. Hl.ltAI IN: Kl. 1.1.wlf' "! i "" %  %  •• i-..0111. .1 to -.rve • v |iy • u ,., .; • .. we l* -ja I.I pi I 1 ion -I ..nl.I ,.11 the attorm >M '.%  ". \\ M.TI'.KS. MKi' A •• %  '' KSM> 1,.,,v %  .mi. Ml I, rlorldn. end file Hie ui-ialnal the lth Fall Sol will be 1 U IT.N BBS n -.. .I '• tin.i.il. ; I: "' K. : N .1. ik "f "'• %  %  '" %  tm-al) J NKLSON 1 -. %  Il IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'6 COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA IN PROBATE No. 67990C IN RK: U-tat. ..f I.II.LIAN Ki:i.I'MAN 1 .. I l.1 NOTICE TO CREDITORS T.. All 1 1. dlti r.mil All I'% %  !Having '"humor J'. UL.Mil> imlnxl .-'.nl '' • v. 1 are hereby notified and rej ,1 .1 t>. pn -. ni any clal li .1 !!•! 111. Il )1I|J III.IV t: n. lb, -• of I.ll.l.l \N 1 KIJIMAN .1 i ii...f 1 lade County, Flor1 ....!• nd I I' tin -..i.i. 1 7 : <\ in thi1 th.. County 1 • id 1 fi ..in thi tl thi flrM publl VI In. Ilibj !3tli da) li HARRY FI-:i,l>.M VN I n|.,|IN THE CIRCUiT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA i^ANDfOR OADE COUNTY INCHANCEHV No 65C .-160 I'll: \\ II. 1.1 V.MSBI III ill SA> N IH \\ K ri.,11 I 1 .'(\ M Ml l:U. %  I UX, 1 n I.li.l.i NOTICE OF SUIT Ti >! .l-.li'l W Mn 1 .in I M.I > 1: iin 1. ii ,. r s < ,...-: 1 in.. .1 —> 11 %  %  "-. Di pl 4:'T 1 '..nun. i. %  i' %  Hi M N Uu. Ii) notified thai (he HllOV • .!•! !..•.! I II I %  I%  M— t it 11 ni lb.'' .ri-nit %  ..in 1 ..( 1 lii:i-\ %  nth .hull 1.,. iii • ,.f ci,.i 1.1.1 In im.1 fi 1 % %  %  County ti a na.i • %  < lha •••il. II.M d. -< %  llieej !• %  I...I •'• BW K •: TIHItl" Al'l'l ll"N 1 • 1 i' \ iti ii. 1 1J N ... 1. %  the I-II UM reof, 1. iet .1. •< -i 1 %  ,.1 111,' I'.ilill. Ri • %  i.l,.f 1 %  idi ..mi. F*m 1.1.1 -, 1 q i %  1 1 plaietll inlnt with 1 '-ii' al ii,.'.' lainM VI;I i\ KINK, '-.. %  '• \i 1 I'VTI.'I' II) 1 1 N'KLSON I -. \i in IN ral Uulld Mi.mil Fad I I IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE "TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. ,N AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA IN CHANCFRY No 65C 8826 1: INK Of Vi iMMKRCK, ., \. niiff. v I I.II.I.IAN JK.NSFN .1 I.., h itabam eaidi I'l I'll, if lil lilt;. niiktmu 11 • -. i' 1 %  in.. 1 ... wild then unknovn all unknow n beii -, d< 1 • aaaiKneee, llenora, ciredlton .-> .1.1 iniina li) I In '-li. tin .. 11-1 i he mid I.ll.l.l N JKNSK.N .111.1 hi r huxband if %  .1 .it.1 ii-.1 i. IVI ^ % %  !1 i-li. title ••!mi. 1. -1 111 ..1 iii the in ,.|..-i t> hi i". in tl .ml.in: NOTICE OF PUBLICATION :'. I I.ll.l.l \ \ JKNSK.N hi r liu-i..m.i n %  .1. .• unknow n, 11 U\ Inu un i h. n unkiii nrrb il all unkni >n i" ... v 1• -1. -. Ihel MI-, clalmli '1. un• i.i 01 ,. 1.11 .1 .1 AN .11 :.\SKN an hi i" ini-i..iii,i ir nn.iTi. .1. and ... having "i 1.1 tnlng t I uiii, title or im. real In UI o|" %  > I1.1 • 111 di %  IIM 'i i'l >l" AKI-: HJ-aiKHY M ITIF1KO thai a .-nit %  • I-.I ,.:...-. mortga real and ueraoiiaj proiMirty in. filed agaigtet you in ihe ahovi C, 1 %  b) Hi.Halntiff, II INK < F 1 OMMKJHi l-;. .. Ni \v >... k Hanking 1 "in p The p:..j.. n .-..n^lit t.. be ,; %  •.-. 1 1.1foMoa F: l^.t 6, in K|...-k I". ..f FIRST Al il 1] TH IN T' UCAVA il It t) V R 1 %  .-TATK.-. .. 'lint l Ihe l'lat thereof, .11. • ordi .1 In Flat book -. 1 I'.itius. ..f the Fubllo Kecorda ol 1 lade 1 'iitiini. l-'l.'i Ida TOU AJtB KK'.-t II:KI> to nerve a . of \ ,,ur .in-M.T or other pleud!llK mi I'i.i nil iff VttnlTH-y, M M.t'i >I.M II FKIKI'AI \ N tt I 8.K I 1 HI • I .'. Florida, and flu il" orlg!ii .1 1 1 li. offi.-i of th) 'l. 1 k ..f ih.ibovi '-.nit. ..ii ..r befoi %  • iii1.. > ..1 Sepu mln 1. 1 n .1. hi. h tin un! >. 1.1 be 1.1k. 11 .1.hi relief lint and 1 %  \ 11:1. tinI I'll da] "i \ %  1 1 • 1 %  1:1. v \ 1. NOTICE UNDER FlCl ITIOLS NAME LAW Nil i." 1 IS HKRKHY Hl> \" Ihnl FlAlW It Sill •!' 8.V\ ... with tin .it i 'out t I ,i %  I H w k INC. .1 KM 1 'uri'. M \l:sn M.I. U 1 ISH IR \ *. 11, \ n St. K. ndall, li,. J.'-l'V. %  i NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW \i 'i|.i: is Hi 1:11 1 iil\ J N thai the mi. I.I MIKIII I. eng i-. m 1 K-/.\ Kl 1RN1 iH • 1 aaeej I. Miami Beea h. 1 • fa, int Court ol 1 I-I.'"i it) !": %  id. 1 UUilM" IN I IRl'ItlSKS. IN,'. 1 M..I la A 1 1 i'i.-iit 11 \,:i:v /.ihi K.NII u i 11 Bni< 11 Inc. III l.llli-.ilK K III t Bead 1 I/IJ-J 7, 9,3 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTK'K IS HKRKBV U %  %  s ii..\ MARX %  %  in.'I N.I 1 \ NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCU-T COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUD'CIAL CIRCUIT C? FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. No. 65C 8907 ir iNKU. i" 'I I.I-:. 1iintlff \ Hl'OHIK MICH Mil. I" 'VI.I". Hi I". n. him SUIT FOR DIVORCE T" liriiHIF MICH vKI. I" % 1 11 Mi notil %  .1 i %  • .1 1. plaint foi 1 • .. 1. haa 1.. n -1 you, and • ., cop) nl 1 our Answer 1 %  '..... 1 th>I'lalntlff .alt'H y, Irwin Waj Ml. mn and url I hi %  %  %  • -. ..ui to do -". Judj will be taken -i the 1 .11 thi Tliiii"' hi tl ....... • 1 u In TH 1: .1 KM l.-l I Fl.oltlHlA S IH)NK VNH irtU>KRKH al Ml I • %  K r. I.I CTUKlLM VN Clei • %  1. I %  %  I IM ,li II; C I''' '|-i:i.AN I • I'HRISTIF. & l.i:\ K.NSTK1N 1414 Coral Wa) %  NOTICE UNDER F.CTiTIOUS NAME LAW Ni ITU 1: IIIKRKHY UIVKN I ^ 1,. %  I. ,: • -1 I 1 t:SI.IK Al tJAKTHWAIT rOBRIll l: I K MKA1AN Vttvnii 1 (or Auullcant v -.-'.. '.'' 1 IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE 11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA IN CHANCERY No. 65C 9147 N< .KM \ Vim IKI \ HIRO de 11.1 Tl %  !". ri.i.iitiif, \ a RA1 1. 151 H.ANIM1 I" •!" roC, I .. NOTICE BY PUBLICATION Tt) I:\II. Ri 'I X.NI %  !•' 'li' .1 I, Mil ',. N Mill • ilali %  • %  \... 1 I: \ X .' M.i: UK l-i ... .... 1.1-:-' 1 -. \ .:' '.' til.. Ill • Il hi,I', nil 1 I I %  I .1 %  %  „ Bn nt wl i....I. %  1 I\ 11:1 • till.vu I'.l K l) I.KATHKRMAN i... k nf the 1 11: ; ,1 It) .1'HI'la.AMi Deputy Oil ik ;-T. %  • 'i IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA IN PROBATE No. 62956 A IN ILK: Butali RUHK r w a 1 •.--, ,.1 NOTICE TO CREDITORS d \ I I'eraona Hamt 1 -I mn. ..r Vu.iili-I : I %  %  -I.I ni. ii. %  i.y go lad and 1 ami i-.-d '.i preaenl any daima and iiiiiainU wlii.h ),iii 1 .11 have ai.. until. %  HOUR H WIKII IS di %  .1 late "i I 'mlM 1 'i' nl te ih.' 1 'im 1 :> J leg %  Dedi Coer.<1 iii.1 he %  • ilii|iln .1!a an 1 '% uli il ill Si I li'l ni In ihi .111. in tin t"..ni • nt i li-'ii-. in I'.i 1 '.Hill! v. 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Pace 16-B + l*ml*trirrHi'>r Friday. September 3. 1955 FOOD FAIR ^ F O0 ^VUCATE"1HOEPTS. OUR '-:'.;, A851HS1 7T YLERST£S-*0 BEACH ,55 coRAL %  ** %  •-'•'-"'"""^oSc" 14ALT0HDJJ COLU MS*vE 0R kM r C IvE fHARWHC*JB 120IS wxieH 142H.W.nMAV ^ DELICIOUS SLICED ROAST DELICATESSEN IS OVERFLOWING Wim TASTE-TEMPTING DELICACIES THAT ARE TIME & MONEY SAVEKS TO YOU Just tell your Appetizer Man how you wish, your order sliced %  %  NEW YORK s r Vi LB. C0ll ..-j.sr POTATO SALAD PRICES EFFECTIVE THURSDAY THRU WEEKEND QUANTITY RIGHTS RESERVED FOOD FAIR STORES CLOSED All DAY LABOR DAY MOTHER'S *%*66et i&&iae WITH GOLDEN CORN OIL l-LB :., PKG Chicken *•$: Salad % isC$>£jfr* F "i^V-SMOKED 49[/6r % IB. 'JflefieAcutt^ tyie&t StamfcA Cn-o l 7l n-Tajuwna nxsina) ...YOUR ADQED 5w5* BONUS FOR THE FINEST NAME BRAND || VOUNO ISHAtL. -T"^


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Title:
The Jewish Floridian
Physical Description:
63 v. : ;
Language:
English
Publisher:
Jewish Floridian Pub. Co.
Place of Publication:
Miami, Fla
Creation Date:
September 3, 1965

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Jewish newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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newspaper   ( sobekcm )
newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage:
United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami

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

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University of Florida
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ocm35317254
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AA00010090:01909

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The Jewish Floridian
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63 v. : ;
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September 3, 1965

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

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"^Jewish Floriidian
Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY
fume 38 Number 36
Miami, Florida, Friday, September 3, 1965
Two Sections Price 2U4
360th HOUSE OF WORSHIP SHUTTERED
^placement Of
losed Synagogue
ixed by Soviets
Nasser Seeks Latest
Weapons from Reds
F\\ YORK (JTA) Soviet
sis have informed the Jews
in Estonia, that the build
housine the community's syn-
km- will be torn down to make
for an urban renewal project.
haw rejected a request for
m for i new location for
Kynafogoe, the American Sovi-
ainferenee on Soviet Jewry re-
!* Conference, representing 24
lor Jewish organizations, also
losed that a Conference dele-
tonn Sorry
[bout Riots
fver Envoy
,N\ JTA i West Ger
ofi.-i.illy expressed "regret"
reek o\er the bio. ly demoi
staged m Jerua i
Dr R< M Pauls when he
.I his credentials as the
.:i sstVOJ '.o Israel
is learned reliably that
m Chancellor Ludwiii
,i discuss tie demon
.... in w h i e h more than
Jew. clashed w it a police.
\r\ he meets with Acher Ben
ban the Israeli Ambassador to
r Germany.
The Cabinet, at the unit meet-
S, discussed West German re-
lions with the Arab countries.
Government sookesman said
1st Germany wants to renew
>lomjtic ties with the 13
Continued on Page 10-A
iev Recalls
a/i killings
.t Babi Yar
gation had reported this inform;,
tion about the 4.000-mcmbcr Jew-
ish community's problem.- in Es-
tonia, to the Department of State
The delegation told the State
Department that the Talin syna-
gogue was the 3eOth Jewish
house of worship shut down by
Soviet officials since tfjfc The
figure was based on documents
presented by the Soviets at
United Nations meetings. The
Conference issued an appeal to
the Soviet Government against
tearing down tho existing syna-
gogue without providing the Jew-
ish communities with facilities
for a replacement.
Kai l>i Seymour J Cohen, of Cnl
;agO, chairman of the conference
Steering Committee. said that
promise- nude lo visiting Western
rabl i> and pn is representatives by
Soviet officials to eai me of the
restrictions on Rus-ian Jewish Cul-
tural and religious life would prove
to be "empty gestures."
He urged the Conference's 24
affiliates lo send large delegations
to launch a year-long campaign on
September 19. in Washington, for
n Fiei n. i Ill Vigil on behalf of
X '. let Jew s
WASHINGTON (JTA) President Nasser.
dI Eg) pt. in the course of his ci.Tent visit to Mos-
cow, is seeking additional military assistance.
including ultra-modern weapons of types not yet
available to Egypt, according to reports received
here to lay
In line with Egyptian efforts to obtain
greater Soviet backing and more sophisticated
weapons. Nasser has. since his arrival in Mos-
cow, more openly identified with the pro-Corn
Mm -t. anti-American line on Viet Nam. the re-
ports stated.
According to reliable interpretations. Nasser
is seeking additional equipment from Russia.
including certain types of missiles and weapons
systems which the Russians have so far not ex-
pi.tel to Egypt, and which German technicians
in Cairo have not yet perfected.
Rep. William Pitts Ryan, New York Democrat,
this week commented on the danger of a "one-
sided escalation" in the Near Past. He called on
the Administration to observe developments at
the present Egyptian-Soviet summit "with ca-i
tion and concern." He questioned the wisdom of
further American assistance to Egypt "if such
aid allows diversion of other assets for acquisi-
tion and introduction into the region of even
more dangerous arms."

FOR ULTIMATE SHOT AT THE PRESIDENCY
Johnson Seen Boosting Goldberg
London iJTA) President
Johnson was reported Piis week
by the Wastugton correspondent of
Dail> Telegraph as consider-
ing the p< sibility of helping lo
put Arthur -I Goldberg into nos:-
tion to become the first Jewish
: -i.li'iit oi the United states.
The correspondent asserted thai
Pri iid< nl J I nson uld like to
1 reak "the hoars tradition" that
I lira Pa triots Iffemoria I
Planned for Fascist Trio
|A I1NGTON (JTA) Tin
. made known hen
week receipt |on that the So \ let Cit) of
has decide i t.> en d a mon
to Jews and other victims
murders si Babi Yar.
the outskui 'if the Ukrainian
Ital
formation sent by the official
tost! less agency said that
;hail Hurka. chairman of the
v City Soviet, made the an-
n.ement to a Novosti cor re
BOndent He was quoted as Sta-
tini It .. known that, at the
fre of World War II. the German
cist invaders shot in Babi Yar
of thousands of Soviet citi-
Jews, Ukranians. Russians.
, women, old folks, and chil-
. The monument to the vie-
i of Fascism will remind future
prat ions not only of the hor
of war but of the ferocity
Continued en Page 6 A
\V A SHIN Three Nazi prisoners of war. of
Russian descent, who committed
suicide at .. POW stockade al F" I
11 x N.J in 1945, to escape r<
ion to Russia as members of
the pro Hitler, collaborationist
"Vlsssov Army, will now be hon-
on I as "freedom fighters," it was
learned this Week
A right wing youth grOU p.
Y xing Ami ricans for Freedom."'
ported and advised by a num-
I :- of conseiative m< n ers of
Congress will hold a special me-
x.orial for th Rt mian on
- pt \'.' at Finn's Point National
-.. Ft M ol : State Park,
N.J Plan, are beii made for
i ci pa tion of 'American < out i and
p.: H tic organizations and rei
latives I pi.....- enslaved by
Communism, according to the
announcement here
(Jewish leaders here pointed
to the "irony" ir the fact that
en Sept. 1?, the very day of the
memorial for the three men, an
Eternal Vigil will be launched
in Washington by the American
Jewish Conference on Soviet
Jewry. Twenty-four Jewish or-
ganizations in the United States
will joir that vigil to call atten-
tion to Soviet denials of religious
and culiural rights to Jews in
the USSR.)
Th POWs volunteered for
Nazi military service and were
i apturi i lighting ag linsl Ann r
r. i | i >rati< n o re e s in Prance.
They were a'herein.- of Russian
Gen Am! ey Vlassov, who defect-
ed to the Nazi ride in World War
II, recruiting an armj which i1
i litted atrocil es against Jews ai
Continued on Page 15-A
no Jew can hope to reach the P
idency. The correspondent report-
ed that Mr Goldbi rg is being
CCnsadered by the President a.- a
bU taWe replacement, as an inter-
im stepping stone to the Presi-
dency bid, for Dean Rush as Sec-
: i tarj of State.
Tha dispatch stated that Presi
tierJ J o h ii > o n appean :| to !
nsj Mr Goldberg lo be a
i ifcle v i ce presidenti
p ssiblj as a rum
: Vice Pit- dent Hubert H
Hum) '-e> Under U s. law, Mr,
.i, son w ii have completed by
1972 the maximum two terms per-
mitted to any President
'Mi" ci respondent noted thai
Mr. G Idberfl former Associate
,;i lice of the U S Supreme Court.
nd no* chiel United states dele-
te to the United Nations, is a
vigorous 57" and tiiat. all things
I ing equal, lie has had enough ca.
reer lime ahead <'f him to be fit
the Presidential stakes in the
decade
(Speculation over possible chan-
ges m Ambas ador Goldberg's fu
lure ftatUS is being linked to the
revelations about Dean Rusk b>
h'storian Arthur Schlesinger Jr..
who in a recently serialized ver
sion i't his book on In.- roll as i
consultant lo President Kenned)
reported the late President's in-
creasing dissatisfaction with Mr
Rusk as Secretary "f State Des
pite Presidei I Johnson's reaffirm
n ot his faith in Mr Rusk feel
ing in Washini ti n is thai Ambas-
sador Goldberg seem.- to b.....
lined for "greater thii < ad
AMBASSADOR GOtDBfRG
new changes in effing
TALE DENIED BY ALL SOURCES
Russia 'Taps' Israel Rabbi?
LONDON (JTA Jewish
community leaders in Moscow
have expressed surprise at reports
that Dr Zvi Harkavy, a rabbi who
is director of the Israel Chief Kab-
binate Library in Jerusalem, had
been approached by the Soviet au-
thorities on the possibility that he
erve as Chief Rabbi of the USSR,
a post that has never existed be-
fore, even in Czarist times, it was
reported here in dispat.hes from
the Soviet capital.
Dr. Harkavy said Monday in Je-
rusalem that the proposal was first
broached three years ago in a
meeting between a leading Soviet
'diplomat and Rabi Isser Yehuda
Unterman, now Ashkenazi Chief
Rabbi of Israel, and was again
raised in subsequent meetings with
Soviet diplomats. Among those who
expressed surprise at the reports
was Moscow's Chief Rabbi Yehuda
Leib Levin, who recalled meeting
Dr. Harkavy several years ago but
said that he did not remember
disci--sing any such appointment
with him.
(The New York Herald Tribune
reported from Jerusalem that Is
rael's Foreign Ministry denied any.
Continued on Page 7-A
LTV Post
To James
Roosevelt
WASHINGTON (JTA) Pn -
, : Jchl m announce I al a
pi.-s. conference this week th il he
had nominated Rep James R -
irelt, California D e m ocr at, as
I nited State- representative to
United Nation. Economic and
.1 Council, with the rank of
Vn : assador 'l he pest i- the one
held for two years, under appoint-
i b> Ihe late President Ken-
nedy, by Philip M. Klutznick. tor-
president oi B'nsi B'rith.
In h:s post at the United Nations.
Mr. Roosevelt will be concerned
among other matters with human
rights and the violation of such
standards by the Soviet Union's
denial of full religious and cul-
tural rights to the 3.000.(100 Jews
in the USSR.
A long-time friend ef Israel,
Mr. Roosevelt delivered an ad-
dress on the floor of the House
of Representative* this week pro-
posing that the Arab refugees be
Continued en Page 13-A


Page 2-A
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Friday. Sepe-j^
Dr. Mandelbaum to Install Rabbi Landau
As Spiritual Leader of Beth David
1 p Bernard M;iink"lb;uim. pro-
VOSl of the Jewish Theological
Seminary of America, will conduct
a special ceremony Sunday eve
ning, Sept. 12. at Beth David Con-
gregation when Rabbi Sol Landau
is installed as Beth David spiritual
leader.
Mendel! Selig. chairman of the
Installation Committee, announced
Dr. Mandelbaum'8 arrival here for
the event which state and city pub-
lic officials, as well as Jewish and
Jewish clergymen of Greater
Miami are expected to attend.
Dr. Mandelbaum is one of tht
foremost leaders of Conserva-
tive Judaism today. Prior to his
present post as provost of the
Seminary ard associate profes-
sor in homiletics on the Faculty
of the Rabbinical Department,
he served as dean of students at
the Semiary's Rabbinical School
since 1951.
A native New Yorker, he re
eeived his Bachelor's degree with
Air Force Slates
Ehrlich for Duty
Airman Third Class Alan S. Elir
lu'i son of Mr. and Mrs. Nathan
Ehrlich, of 620 SW 34th Ave., Mi-
ami, has been graduated with hon-
ors at Sheppard AFB. Tex., from
the training course for U.S. Air
i' '.( air passenger specialists.
Ehrlich is being reassigned to
Homestead AFB for duty.
\ graduate of Miami Senior,
High School, he received his BSBA
versity (if Florida. He is a mem
ber of Alpha Kappa I'si.
Soviets 'Tap' Israel Rabbi?
Continued from Page 1-A
knowledge of the offer, describing
H as sheer nonsense." Chief Rab-
bi I'nterman also denied ever hav-
ing heard anything about it. De-
spite the denials. Dr. Harkavy was
reported to have stood firmly by
his story.)
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in 1942. He enrolled in the Semin-
ary Rabbinical School, and while
a "student there, received Its Israel
Davidson Award in Medieval He-
brew Literature and the Lamport
Award for outstanding work in
Homiletics.
He was ordained rabbi in 1946.
and In the next several years, as-
sumed the duties of Rabbinical
School registrar, received a doc-
torate from the Seminary for WOT*
on a scientific edition of "Pesikta
of Rab Kahana." a Palestinian
Midi ash of the sixth century, and
served as spiritual leader to the
Baywater Jewish Center in Far
Rockaway.
Dr. Mandelbaum formerly
served as program editor of the
award-winning Eternal light
NBC radio and television series.
In 1956, while he was editor, two
Eternal Light films were pro-
duced in Israel, "The People of
the Book" and "The Land of the
Book."
As a scholar, lecturer and au-
thor, he has presented a number
of published important papers. In
addition to his complete work, a
critical edition ot the Pesikta.
published in 1962; and a collec-
tion of essays, Assignment in Is-
rael," 1960.
In 1960. Dr, Mandelbaum partici-
pated as lecturer at the Interna-
tional Conference of Jewish Schol-
arship at the Hebrew I'niversin
b) Jerusalem. In addition. Dr. Man-
delbaum is the administrator of
the Seminary's Israel activitii .
which include the American Stu-
dent Center in Jerusalem and the
>ehocken Institute lor Jewish Hi
search.
He is a member of the Exec-
utive Committee of the Hista-
druth Ivrith.
Rabbi Landau and Dr. Mandel-
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1 friendship ever since Rabbi Lan-
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l'hey worked together in the pro-
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Mizrachi Cultural Council Chairman
Takes Time Out to Vacation in Miami

rfBBI SIMON FEDERBUSB
ip i Ner lamid Reunion
\, :- Tamid will hold >
[ .. i i \ on Sunday after
hi annoui < i
\ -'
n -ill be held in Sklar
| and is scheduled to
p m
o-Elect
Leonard
IMBALL
\i<-
The chairman of the Cultural
Council of Mi/ni.hi of New York
is currently a Miami vi-itor on \ I
cation.
He is Rabbi Simon Fedcrbu-h. a
well-known author and spiritual
leader.
Dr. Fetterbush, at chairman of
the council, heads up a program
dedicated to strengthening relig-
ious life in America. The council
will play host to a National Con-
ference on Torah and Zion on
Sept. 17 in New York.
Dr Federbush received ordina-
tion al Hi i 17 Eleven years
h'ter."ktiIMiBj out in a new direc-
tion, he .iv elected to the Polish
Parliament, where he served
I in 182' tor s -veil year term.
In 1930, Dr Federbush left Po
me Chiel Rabbi ol Fin-
I ind, hit h b asted a Jewish |
ne 1.000 in three i
Ten years later, w ith the a Ivenl
i.i World War II. Dr Federbush
< ime to the l nited states
The noted Jewish leader was
one of the founders of the World
Jewish Congress in 1936 and, at
one time, served as chairman of
its Department of Culture.
From 1940 to 1946, ha vu presi-
Judea Schools
Are Now Opening
Hebrew S. hnol ll lemple .ludea
was to besin on Thuraday, Sept 2
An ungraded school system will
i>c need m this department. Litur
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ol the Hebrew School curriculum.
These sessions will consist of
songa and prayers used at worship
servtcea Registration will be ta-
ken at the Temple .ludea office
I'reconfirm at ton a n d confirma-
tion classes will >taii Tuesday,
>. pi 7, at :. pm Rabbi Sanford
Seltzer will leach the pre confirm
cla is, and Rabbi Mi rris A
Kipper will conduit the conflrma-
in H class
m

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dent of the l'oale Zion of America.
A year later, he organized a WJC
.ommittee to save the cultural
treasures looted and robbed by the
Nazis from the Jewish community
of Europe
On this committee were such
distinguished persona as Dr. Ste-
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later Chief Rabbi of Israel. Dr. Al-
bert Einstein and Dr, Narnim (iold-
mann.
From 1947 to 19S3, Dr. Feder-
bush traveled throughout South
America to h e t p organize the
Jewish communities of Brazil,
Bolivia, Argentina and Mexico,
among others.
Currently, in adition to his Mi/
ictivities, Dr Federbush
serves as chairman ol the World
l nion of Hebrew Language and
Culture, with offices in Jerusalem
i :,; He i- a member of the \>
lions Committee of the World Z
i-t Organization and the author ol
numerous works
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Tti* Jwi8h Fi"rMin (io-ii not (Eurnnt^ itv Kahruth Friday. September 3, 1965
-f the msr.'h.indlse advertised In Us column*._______'______*--------------------------------------------
Capital Rumors And
Ambassador Goldberg
Rumors about President Johnson's
proicund respect for UN Ambassa-
dor Arthur Goldberq as a public ser-
vant are being linked these days
with other rumors: those relatina to
Secretary of State Dean Rusk and
President Kennedy's disaffection with
him shortly before the assassination.
Mr. Johnson's repeated
tior. of his belief in his Secretary of
State suggests that he, too. has beer,
thinking about a replacement.
Is Arthur Goldberq the mem he
has ceen bearing in mind?
This would be a fourth Bhift in re-
sponsibility for Mr. Goldberg
verv brief period of time: from Sec-
retary of Labor under John Kennedy
to Supreme Court Justice, to N
basscdor, to Secretary oi State.
Such speculation is, of course, far
too premature. The President's most
recent affirmation of his belief in
Dean Rusk came on the heels oi me
somewhat vulgar Arthur Schlev.nger
revelations in his not yet published
book serialized in a popular maga-
zine. It was Mr. Schlesinger's peepshow that
renewed the presumable Kennedy disenchant-
ment with Rusk as a man allegedly incapable
of reaching a decision and acting on it. and
that Mr. Johnson is suposed to have inherited.
To make it all more "logical,'' Ambassa-
dor Goldberg is being linked to the mystery.
Now comes the latest rumor: that the Pres-
ident would like to break the bar against a
Jew in the highest office in the land. This is.
of course laudable thinking. But it tails to
take into account many allied variables, such
as the American electorate among them. Fur-
thermore, it does a profound injustice to Secre-
tary of State Rusk, himself, in a way Mr. John-
son would be least inclined to do; hence, at
least at this point, we must tend to discount the
speculation as little more than that.
Rumors always fly fast and furiously in the
nation's capital. If they should continue to fly
in this situation, we would be more likely to
suspect continuing dissatisfaction on Ambas-
sador Goldberg's part than that change in
Dean Rusk's position is imminent or that
Mr. Johnson is bogged down in iiearns of a
Jewish President someday soon
U.S. Jews Urged to Get
Consensus on Top Policies
By SpfKial Report
sectarian education and other r.
- vices, the extent to which Jewish
American Jews were uined to sp0nsored agencies should direct
Ml up a method to arrive at tnt,,r services to non-Jews, and in
Jewish consensus on matters of voivement of Jewish communally
uublic policy." at the inaugural supported organizations in civil
session of the 67th annual meeting rjghts anri integration struggles
of the National Conference of Jc ,.The jewjsn community is i
i cently at Hie Sheraton Hotel in
Philadelphia sions. in a iii^tn ..m.... mt
Dr Ben Halpern. professor of ttu. 1>MU, of the proper limits i
_j i..j~io fawliM s,.c,arjan and non-stttanan
-*^nA
ing to recognize the shallow extent of their
spiritual needsboth for themselves and their
children. Hopefully, it won't be long before
"Bar Mitzvah factories," not only in Mineola.
disappear not because they are a detriment
to our lovely suburbs, but because they tend
to destroy our cultural framework.
A Painful Recognition
The h L, who
have so \ ily attach ~ jue in
'Bar
Mitzvch fa lory Bugg Jews
are beginning to tak<
look at the :ulture they have :reated :or 11
selves.
Thus far the look is art they
are striking out to blame ince, it is
the synagogue and its rabbi who are at fault.
Furthermore the "Bar M lory is re-
prehensible only because o: the traffic conges-
tion it creates in the Mineola suburbs.
But the unhappy truth is that the syna-
gogue merely reflects their own Jewish needs
that it was created to serve their particular
brand of Judaism and that it could not exist
without their patronage.
News reports declare that the synagogue
boasts an enrollment of some 6C3 children
a larqe number for any areo. suburban or
otherwise.
If the sudden
abon
parents o: Bar Mitzvah-age s
The Jewish community is in-
extricably involved, in every on.,
(if its factions or sectarian div:
sions. in a hopeless tangle o\er
Near Eastern and Judaic rtudie
a; Brandeis University. Waltham.
Mass made this the theme of. his
keynote add,-,-, at the tour-day
conference Of i.' ,''u'sh pLf
sional workers in health, welfare
education, and other communal
services from throughout the
i d states and Cana
Dr. Halpern
5.50....... ''
ome waj I i
nona mselves
... '

He wan
e this
tivities." Dr. Halpern said
\- Ihingl -tand today, the .!..
,.h community for all the prcreun
dependency of all Jews >n ea<
other, Is organised in a loose
gtion, a marriage of < n
ncies and <>i.
backed by larg.....
r big enough members)
p, | acceptance bj each oti
,,. T| '.unity to
ether, but there -
able about its unit)


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The American Dilemma
Egypt President Nasser's continuing search
for sophisticated weapons indicates that the
German scientists he imported back in April,
1963 have wrought no miracles for him. It also
suggests that he has not really given up on
visions of a personal Glory Road in the Mid-
dle East: a road he would be equipped to
travel mainly by force of conguest.
Hence, whatever rapprochement he recent-
ly reached with Washington in order once
again to be eligible for American food aid
must surely be discounted as one of the worst
hoaxes against us.
Nasser may have made whispere
ogy about the burned-out U.S. libraries in
Egypt and offered to replace the buiidii is I
sadly, not the books; but v
him, one of these days, to tender us a
invitation to jump into the lake o: ch
y Iwo
All of which means that Ihe
a oi the war in Yemen
"
of a v ensive si
cause .'. has no a
kind :e-
peatediy betrays iiis wo:
Yemen was a campa.
he him on a silver plattei
at a. ley were up to it.
But Nasser's personal vis.or, c:
founded on conquest. The search
ticated weapons from the Soviet Union i
more example of his short-cut efforts :o hi
his vision to get from abroad v.
not achieve at home.
This has clear and dangerous implications
for Israel's future. Thus far. the US
no more concerned about them than does M
cow in Russia's obvious cc
tor from the Nile. It
than ever tor our government to
Soviet Uni
East c
a

it apart, dissolve its
i .- '
[f its outer i
Halpern I
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nil Ihe \m i

I e on I : nee i
plei sessions and tut.''

e ...: I The sessi i -
u. re to co> r the whole range of
re work and communal their professional shells A^-I
service at home and abroad includ- than these kin1 ~^r*
[ng child care, care '>f the aged, shouldn't a personal policj
famil) service hospital and health (l ,- tating workers through n
care, vocational adjustment, rec- branches of what should In- an in-
nation, Jewish educat n con tegrated communal effort?
munity relations migration Bnd shouldn't la) leader* learn outre of
refugee aid. overseas relie! each other's communal efforts
ity
to Israel. as well a- central com
munity planning, budgetin
administration
Five functional divisions of the
V.KS held special meetings leal-
ing with problems ol their fields
Community Organization, Familj
and Children'- Services Services
to the Aged, Health Services and
Vocational Services
Four national organizations of
workers in specialized fields met
concurrently with the N< J< S the
v.' trial Association of Jewish
i Worker-. N'atioi I
for Jewish Education, Association
ol Jewish Communitj R<
Workers tioi
lewish lion
the Ami
what share ea ti la likelj
claim Hit of the common fund-
Such a widening of the char
ml- >>f communication is pre-
requisite to nicceaeful prosecution
oi .ill aims of our community
whether sectarian or non-tactar
lull If all Jewish factions had t
-peak to each other before the)
nol after, we could
live!) voice i Jewish concensus
on matters of general publii
ii s
"We could take a rea-oned stand
question of adequate
r Jewish education, in
pi) sufficient fun
11 m ishe I to n
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Pag 9 5-A
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Neo Fascism Seen 'Vital Danger"
Staszek Jackow (second from right), a Polish Catholic, who
saved the lives of 32 Jews during the Nazi occupation, greets
his family at Kennedy Airport. For two years, at the risk of
his own life, Jackow sheltered the refugees in his basement,
only a few doors from Gestapo Headquarters United H:as
handled the documentation and technical details which made
it possible for Jackow's wife. Joanna 42, and sons (left to right;
Tomasz 14, Stefan 16, and Weclow 15. to visit this country
and meet the families of the Jews he rescued.
Holiday Services At Auditorium
Ti n pie Km ami Kl will hold its tury." Dr. Irving Lehrman, spir-
Hoi) Daj services in the Mi ,,;,) leader, said.
It < a c h Auditorium for the
i. nth consecutive year, beginning
Sundaj evening, Sept. 26. Max Bo-
derman, president of the congre-
gation announced.
Membership in the temple is
Mill open to those WbO have not as
yet registered for the coming
>ear'i activitiet.
Activiti** ir t h Tmple in-
clude in all-day school, a Nurt-
- y Kmderqarten program, an af-
ternoon Hebrtw School and a
Sunday School. Tho school pro-
gram began on Aog. 30 in all de-
partments.
Raphael K Yunes. chairman of
thv Board of Education, has an-
nounced that .11 ehooi depart-
ments will be cloned for the Labor
Da) weekend
All affiliate rm< of the Temple.
including the Sisterhood, Brother-
hood, Parent Teacbcri Associa-
tion, the Forty-Ninera, and the
temple youth group*, are now reg-
istering members for the coming
j t ar\ aeti\ itil -
Temple Bmanu-El, now enter-
ing it< 26th year, has always played
.l role in this community We
are lookiii forward to greatl) en-
ed and enriched programminj
in the coming years as we enter
into our second quarter of a cen-
LONDON (JTA) Chief Rab
bi Moses Rosen ol Rumania, one of
the last week in the
corn. renc< f 19 C hristian and in
G< \... said this
week thai he considered neo
itism III We-'
German "a vital danger for J< -
as well world peace
The Chief Rabbi made his i o
. :n .: statement sent from
Bucharest to the Jewish T<
\ ; here, In which li"
ted himself l r o m a con-
trary evaluation made at i i
of the parley b) Rabbi Seymour
.1. Cohen of Chicago, president of
the E le Council of America.
The five-day meeting, spon-
sored by the World Council of
Cftirches, was attended by re-
ligious leaders from the United
States, Europe and Israel. Rabbi
Cohen said at the meeting that
anti-Semitism was no lorger a
"grave" problem in Europe.
Rabbi Rosen, the only Fast Euro-
pean representative attending th"
Geneva sessions, asserted in his
Statement that the problem of
anti-Semitism in Weal German)
was not discussed "in any form
ng the conference in winch l
look part" and thai Rabbi Cohen
..I- 'not authorized b> anyone
the < "Hi' ence to declare i h
in Wei I Germany
- iif no importance an) mo
Ra i i ohen had declared that he
. m i with reports ol a n
' i .:
v.. h reports sti mmed
from the fact i h t occasional!)
i "idiot" painted i
1i rated
lerj
hi Cohen added a w
wever, thai there wer soi
. ess pool S' "I anli s.
"whic h st:il ha' e to be seal ti I
The l hii i if .i h b i declare I
i hment '" ween Je I
Is so mui
ed, is possible onl) by ei
i.on ol anti-Semitism, not
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+Jelst Friday, September ]
Dr. Narot to Interpret Reform Judaism
In Light of Isaac M. Wise Biography
just published
ol tne hit'.
This year's "Letters to My Con- Cmnregattona
ltion." by Dr. Joseph R. Na- kbe complete story
rH. of TemPle I-rael of Great,,- Wttfk and tbougW ol 1 ..ICI a>
Miami, will be an interpretation of Wise, the founder of
many urgent issues facing Reform
ilaism in America.
Judaism particularly, and Juda-
ism and religion generally, as they
are reflected in a recent autobiog-
raphy of Isaac Mayer Wise by Rab-
bi Jamas *; Heller.
Dr. Heller has just written and
the In ion of American Hebrew
Kiev Recalls
Nazi Killings
At Babi Yar
Continued trom Page 1-A
this
Dr. Narot will interpret
thought as it affects contempor-
ary questions of Jewish and re-
ligious life. Was Dr. Wise right
or wrong in his writings and ser-
mons about the Hebrew lan-
guage, Zionism, the Negro in
America, his hope for religious
unity of all American Jewry, the
Bible, rituals, the messianic
teachings in Judaism, the rela-
tionship of Judaism to Christian-
ity, and many other questions?
The weekly bulletin articles
which Rabbi Naroj has been writ
in for his congregation for five
years now, and which have at-
tracted nationwide lay and i;il
binic interest, were recognized re-
cently i" Cincinnati when Dr. Nel-
son Glueck, president of the He-

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DR. JOStPH K. NAROT
i ,i bestial deeds of German [as- |in,u lnj(1I1 college, presented Dr.
Narot with the honorarj degree of
Doctor of Divinit) with the i<
citation:
"To Joseph R. Narot, dedicated
rabbi, ulio brought enlightenment
and inspiration to hi- congregants,
and who through his writings has
effectively furthered the under-
standing oi our faith and our relig-
ious life."
( LstS.
The monument will be erected
next year. A competition has
been authoriied for the most
suitable and graceful desigr.
The memorial will stand at the
entrance to the park which is
being laid out in the elevated
section of Babi Yar, on the spot
of the mass shooting.
For a number of years, heavy
criticism has been voiced through-
Farband Regular Meeting
First regular meeting ol the sea
si n fi Chaim Weizmann Branch
ol Farband will be Tuesday, B
p.m.. at Washington Federal, Soi
mandj Isle.
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criticism nas oeen voitcu uauuapi- ,,
out the Western world against tin LlTUTCiy UllIT
ur.uillingness of Soviet authorities ^^ />/*> A B
to mark the Babi Yar site suitably. Of KCTOrfll UuAK
In most instances, Soviet denun- _
nations of German atrocities du jNOITIGS Dr. NCLTOT
have avoided
ring World War 11
mentioning that Jews were among
Hitler's principal civilian victims
Novosti is a feature service under
government control in Moscow.
ring only to the foreign press,
dispatches are not published in
the Soviet Union.
A -. rdonic and impassioned
ysis of the reemergence of
:ti he Khru ihchev re ime, b
i have been w ritten by a
Communist Party member
io was a victim of Stalin's per-
. has meanwhile
reached the West after being cir-
culated among Soviet .lews clan-
destine 1) lor about two years.
A report on ttie document by
Emanuel Litvinoff, the British
Jewish writer, appeared in The
Guardian, it was reported in Lon-
don. It is an anonymous letter to
former Soviet Premier Khrush-
chev alter his denunciation of the
Soviet poet Yevgeni Yevtushenko
for the latter's famous poem on
Babi Yar, the ravine where, in
1P41. the Nazis slaughtered hun-
dreds of thousands of Jewish men.
women and children. The poem de-
nounced anti-Semitism in the Sov-
iet I'nion and de.s.ribed the mar
tyrdom of the Jews under Uie
Nazis. The letter to Khrushchev
denounced Soviet anti-Semitism,
Rabbi Joseph R. Narot, spiritual
leader of Temple Israel of Greater
Miami, has been appointed chair-
man of the Committee on Uturgj
and Music oi the Central t'onlei
ence of American EUbbis for the
coming year.
Appointment was announced b)
Rabbi Jacob J. Wei oi Chi-
cago, president of the Central Con-
In his new capacity, I"' Narot
leen Darned to the
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Friday. September 3, 1965
* Jewish fkrAffon
Page 7-A
Israel's Minister of Commerce, Industry
Coming to He!p Launch Bond Campaign
Haim Zadok (top left\ Israel's Minister of Commerce and Indus-
try and of Development. Sen. Robert F. Kenedy (center) and
Israel Ambassador Avraham Harman (right) will join in offi-
cially launching the fall campaian for Israel Bonds at a
Board of Governors conference in New York during the week-
Nnd of Friday. Sept. 17. Wider industrialization of Israel's
economy and expanded development of new settlement areas
are major objectives of the current Israel Bond drive. Cam-
paign plans will be outlined by its top leaders, including (left
to right) Abraham Feinberg, president; Dr. Joseph I. Schwartz,
vice president. Samuel Hothberg, national campaign chair-
man; and Louis H. Boyar. chairman of the Board of Governors.
Elks Raise Funds for Crippled Home
over SSMoflo tut* been raised
li.ii rj \tin.. Crippled l
d! en's Hospital bj ttic M i.( m ,
Klks since its inception, it
v nn unc< '''.
king i H T> .i group
(ii ft and memo* n ol '' '
.i. j Dermei exalted ruler
B-'.h h Elks, q ''-'I hesc i
ti n real Mm i k~ contribution t"
the i inirati
The hot] il ited .it I
1 Fla.. is *u poi ted
p ilk- Association :ir> 1
medical and physical care to chll
dren without regard to race, creed
i.i color
"Miami Beach Klks have given
unsuntinglj for yean to support
this charitable institution." said
Dern
: Klks ;, i so support many
other activities, such as the atlilct-
ii fund for the Miami Beach Sen
ior High School Junior Baseball
Leagoe, ictiolsnhaBS, hlood bank,
outright gifts, and many other ac-
tivith
By Special Report
Haim J. Zadok, Israel's Minister
nf Commerce and Industry, is com-
inu to the United States to address
;i national conference of the Israel
Pond u ganization, which will lie
held in New York on Fridaj
through Sunday, Sept it to 19. to
launch the 1965 fall campaign tor
Israel Bonds, it was announced
this m e e k bj Dr .1 <> a e p ii J.
Schwartz, vice president. All sea
ions ol the conference will bo
held at the Waldorf Astoria Hold.
The Israel Bond conference will
mark Zadok's Iirst visit ,() this
countr\ since he Joined the Israel
Cabinet last Mnv. In adititftl to
heading the Ministry of Commerce
and Industry, he also holds the
|>ortfolio of Development.
In his address at the forthcom-
ing conference, the Israel lead-
er is expected to stress the in-
dustria Illation of his country's
economy and plans for increas-
ing Its export trade. The Israel
Bend Campaign, which is seek
irg to raise StOO.OaO.OOO this year,
hats been a major source of in-
vestment funds for Israel's eco-
nomic development since 1951.
Zadok is one of his country's
tending legal experts and. from
1M9 to 195'i. served as Israel's Dep-
uty Attorney General He was i
lecturer on commercial law for
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W.LL BE FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 3rd.
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ed and has not as yet sent in Greeting, call Mrs. Thompson at
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Israel Knesset (Parliament i for
the past ^i\ years, he had been
chairman of the Government Com-
mittee on income Tax Reform, and
a member of the Knesset's Fori
Affairs and Security Committee
and its Constitutional. Legal and
Judicial <"< mmitte
Zadok, who was born in Poland
iii 1913. emigrated to Palestine In
1935.
Reports on Israel's current c>
onomic situation and develop-
ment needs will also be present-
ed at the Israel Bond conference
by Dr. Joseph J. Schwartz, vice
president of the Israel Bond Or-
ganization; Samuel Rothberg,
national campaign chair-
man; and Louis H. Boyar, chair-
man of the Board of Governors,
all of whom returned last week
from a survey tour of Israel.
They will discus the results ol
conferences thej had with Pri
Minister Le> i ISshkoJ, Finance
ister Pinhas Sapir and other go\
eminent leaders on various
pei i- nf the country's economj
| S pti mlier 1 1!"
I ATTENTION TO THE MIAMI BEACH JEWISH COMMUNITY
To those who live in the vicinity ol the
BETH I f IIIH SYNAG0G9 K
I. Sidnev S. Marguliea, who with our deceased brother. Israi
Diamond, helped to build the Both Tfilah Synagogue, into which
we devoted our heart and soul.
I have been called back by the present Administration of
Beth Tfilah, to redecorate the Synagogue, inside and outside,
and make all the necessary repairs
The Shul has been. Thank God. beautifully decorated and
is fully Air-Conditioned and is truly a "Mokom Kodosh
I would like to see all the old members return to our
Synagogue, and new Members come and join me ii the Beth
Tfilah and attend the High Holy Days Services
Tfilah Synagogue.
the Beth |
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(Tickets available at Shul Office, 935 Euclid Ave., M.B.) I
t^i'c/new *.*>. ^ rlarg/^liet j
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eight years at the University of
Tel Avh
Prior to his appointment to the
Cabinet three months ago, Za lok
had served as an observer at the
i onsultative Asse m b 1 y of thi
Council of Europe, a position he
held since 1961. A member oi the
C ietfcmf Kelly Appoints
Pallet Treasurer
Of Campaign
Florida Gubernatorial candidate
Scott Kelly has announced that Wil-
liam L Palh)t. Dade County finan-
cier and former attorney for the
City of Miami, will serve as state
treasurer of Kelly's campaign.
The former state senator, of
lakeland, a realtor and insurance
executive, also revealed that ""edu-
cation, roads, traffic safety and
needs of senior citizens" will be
major issues in the 13*56 campaign.
Kelly ran a close third in the
rM4 Democratic primary, miss-
ing the run-off by 2,202 votes, less
than one vote from each of the
state's 2,279 precincts.
The campaign treasurer-desig-
nate is president of Inter National
Rank of Miami and a partner in the
l*w firm of Pallet, Silver, Pallot
and Stern.
Pallot is prominent in civic, gov-
'ernmeni. professional and fra-
ternal activities in Dade Count;.
and South Florida
Pallot is chairman of the Flor-
ida Regional Board of the Anti-
Defamation League, a member
of the Miami-Dade County Cham-
ber of Commerce arj the Gov-
ernment Research Council, a
trustee of the United Fund of
Dade County and an active mem-
ber of the Dade County, Florida
and American Bar Associations.
Vice chairman of the Dade Coun
ty Planning Advisor) Board, chair-
man ol the Public Works and Park
lng Authoritj for the Cit) ol Mi
ami, Municipal Judge of the CM
ni Coral Gables, Citj Attornej for
Miami and North Miami, a mem
her of the Metropolitan Miami Mil
nicipal Board, he has served ;
president of the Soul h Florida
Council of It ii.u B'ltfh Lodges and
an president ol Sholem and Brow
aid Lodges of B'nai B'rith.
TEMPLE MENORAH
Miami Beach, Fla.
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Labor Day Carnival
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Day Carnival, 49;> Brickell Ave.,
Miami, will l>e held on the grounds
Sept. 5 from 11' noon to 7 pin The
carnival will he a |oint 'project
and proceeds iil go to eheritj and
crippled children's hospitals
ARK YOUR
CHILDREN
"THE VANISHING
AMERICAN JEWS?"
Register Your Child in a
Jewish School
of Your Choice Today!
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FOR FULL INFORMATION AND DETAILS
WRITE OR TELEPHONE
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(A member agency of the Greafer Miami Jewish federation*
940 Lincoln Road Mall JE 1-0403 Miami Beach, Fla.
The Bureau of Jewish Education is now in the process of
accrediting all qualifying schools. Such Jewish schools will
be officially accredited beginning December, ",905 and will
then display the Bureau's identifying certificate ol merit.
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JOSEPH COHEN, President


Pace 8-A
+JewlstnorMk*r
Friday. September 3. 1965
Councilman Seiderman Eyes Change
"If a man is really interested
11 -eliiny the kind of govern
ineit Miami Beach deserves, it
i e< mes crj -tal clear that a
: deal of change will be nee
essi ry."
- is the view of Paul Seider-
man, who was elected to Miami
Beach City Council last June. Af-
ter less than three months in of-
fice, Seiderman has dedicated
himself toward the achievement
ot that change
The easiest thing to do is to
srt tack and accept things as
ytv.i find them to make facade
moves in order to 'fulfill' your
campaign promises. After all, e\
M runs i>n a platform dedi-
cated to change.
Worthy Councilman
But the truth is that if you
dor. t mind losing friends, if your
paramount motive is not simply
to enjoy the success of election
and your new position, if you
don't feel that your personal life
anc time should mean more to
> ihan all those promises, why
thtn you're on the way to being a
v. -:hy councilman.''
During the brief time Seider-
mr: has sat on the Miami Beach
City Council, at least according
to his own criteria, those who are
in a position to know and have
been observing his work are judg-
ing him as worthy.
Seiderman has an office tucked
away in the Miami Beach Audi
torium. La?t year he gave up
his business affiliations here. Be-
ing a Miami Beach City Council-
man is a full-time job for him
tocsy.
Of course. I certainly do mind
making enemies." he declared.
But Seiderman is naturally im-
mune. He came to Greater Miami
from New York with his family
seventeen years ago, where he
served for four years as head of
the Rackets Bureau hi the Brook-
1>; District Attorney's Office.
Change was Necessary
' After seventeen years of ac-
tive participation in the civic life
0 his community. I knew every-
thing a political non-participant
can possibly know about the
ings of government. I knew
i.'h to know change wa< net-
ry. 1 had seen the show
actors and the stage."
ej haired and distinguished-
ng. Seiderman mused some-
sadly 'Today, I am still
at ;zed at just how deep th
Sti -e really is the part of the
' you can never see unless
6 MS od the actors. If- like
an iceberg. It seems that ninety
ent of it lies buried out of
' Now I know how much I
In'l possibly know without
elected and actually {el
to work."
until now, one of his major
ests W ;>- an active mem-
' of the Florida Office of the
I>efamation League of B'nai
h. He rose rapidly through
PAUL SEIDERMAN
appeasing dissatisfactions
the ranks to become chairman of
the Florida Board of ADL. With
his District Attorney's back-
ground. Seiderman became a
natural" in the area of striving
toward the achievement of hu
man rights and in the battle
against anti-Semitism. Racial and
religious bigotry and injustices
rankled and still rankle him.
But his nose for things that are
wrong have turned toward a full-
er dedication to tihe achievement
of new horizons for Miami Beach-
Areas of Concern
"Change means many things,"
Seiderman explained. "1 ran be-
cause I was dissatisfied with the
government of my city. I wanted
to see the establishment of truly
responsible 1 a w enforcement. I
was concerned about inequities
in property assessment. I felt
that too much nonsense was be-
ing mouthed about our senior
citizens too many promises
were and are still being made
them for purely political reasons
and in the face of the fact that
most of them simply are incapa-
ble of being fulfilled. And. in ad
dition to these, I wanted to help
gi\e Miami Beach a good conflict
of interest ordinance."
With the exception of property
assessment, a matter now in the
hands of Metro and out of the
purview (>f the Miami Beach City
Council. Seiderman has taken an
active role in all these areas of
his major concern
Besi wi rd was out tins week
that Seiderman i- involve! in in-
vestigations by the Dade County
State Attorney's Office into the
financial dealings oi the Miami
Beach Auditorium a n d Conven-
ti< n Bureau.
Police Conferences
"01 .nurse there Is inefficien
cy on certain levels of our go\
eminent. Bui you just can't s:i
back and permit it to remain. A
lot oi people will ask: What can
one -nan do? I don't kx k at it
>;
in
had
'.hat waj If "> >n move- he
can make the iv.-t move behind
In ii
Seiderman points to the recenl
ruckus over the appointment
the Citj Police Chid as a cas
m point "For the first t""''
the history of our city, we
conferences with the chiet before
bis a; liniment We spent hours
and days going over ever) phase
ot the Police Den and
making recommendations f< r ma-
jor uhanges right down te I
patrolman's level
More Time Needed
If you'll recall Seiderman
noted, "we were criticized pretty
soundly t'-r that kind ol dela> I
don't see it as delay 1 would
prefer to be able to take -i\
months to make an appointment
of that sort."
As a consequence of his inter
est, Seiderman has wound up be
ing the Council Police Commit-
teea one-man liaison agency
between the chief and the coun-
cil. "I guess that comes from my
days in Brooklyn." Seiderman
confessed.
"Today." Seiderman added,
our police are talking about
strengthening and making their
role a more authoritative' one.
As I see it. police activity should
always have been that way."
In the area of senior citizen
concerns, he is the author of a
Senior Citizens Advisory' Commit
tee Resolution (No. 11W4) adopt
ed by the City Council on July 7.
"The committee involves eleven
senior citizens organizations
here, and our aim is to help *
tablish their needs and represen-
tation in the community on a
more realistic level. We're trying
to say less and do more about our
seniors with respect to medical
problems, geriatric requirements
in general, and the seniors' com
mitment to an intelligent expres-
sion of their needs before the Mi
ami Beach Government.
Political Exploitation
"Our horizons and objectives
mu?t be bona tide. To l>c lalkv Is
to be unfair to them And. from
an alternate i>int ot view, we
also have to guard the citj
against unfair practices bj those
dedicated to exploiting the -en
e fi r personal political
rather than to representing then
i esi interests 'I Ins new rt
lion, hopefully, will work t*>th
w ., \ "
Perhaps the most excitinj
erman's efforts thus ;
volves a conflict ot Interest ii
(. nance including thirteen sec-
- a ii d cot > I in.; ever)
em] I yee, public official and ap
tee on boards ol the city,
committees and authorities
or unpaid Seidei man was to
troduce th.....dinance befi re tin
CMy Council on Wedm
"The ordinance will prohibit
any councilman from participat-
ing in or voting on any matter

TEMPLE ADATH YESHURUN
1025 N.E. MIAMI GARDENS DRIVE
NORTH MIAMI BEACH
RABBI SAMUEL R. STONE CANTOR MAURICE NEU and CHOIR
BERNARD LEVY, President
NURSERY thru CONFIRMATION
ADULT COURSES
JR. CONGREGATION
YOUTH CLUBS
SISTERHOOD and MEN'S CLUB
HIGH HOLY DAYS
SERVICES
6:00 P.M. 8:00 A M
Sermon 10:30 A.M.
Sears Available to Non-Members
loci? ^I' BEACH COMMUNITY IS CORDIALLY INVITED TO
our OPEN HOUSE, SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 12, 7:00 PM andI to
our SOCIAL, SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 18, 9:00 PM
FOLLOWED BY SLICHOS SERVICE AT MIDNIGHT
did
similar
. ,!,, council where he may
.:. ial : **** peramul
interests
\- Sei lerman lees it. "this
., ,.,[,;, to replace an okt-
i |quate one, will be
the best in Florida and one of the
...: in the nation "
To writ e it. Seiderman
ranging research on
Fairbanks, Alaska, to
indria, V'a
"Here is a pi ime example
p unte Uj "where you can'l
be afraiI ol making enemies, if
change is reall) what you believe
be made What I wan: is to
create a new image of the Citj of
Miami Bead! urn eminent ag bun-
est and dedicated to the citizens
it represents I want a complete
reversal of the national view ot
US a- a playground where any-
thing goes "
Today, Seiderman remains ded-
icated to justice through the ADL
as co-chairman of the League.
N t i o ii a 1 Community Service
Committee He is a member of
it- National Commission and
chairman of the Board of Tru.
tees of the Honda Regional \,|
\ivcrv Hoard.
Itut he is frank to confess that
"1 am much less mvoU.sl | ,
up every day and in the
b) Ha m. Niuhts mean to 7 oi >
p m depending upon what work
lies ..head."
Indefinite Tenure
Right now, Seiderman i-
with a chance in the city -
ter involving changes of t.
I believe that indefinite :,
f to democracy It intensilie- pov
er and tends to create ma-
chine!
And so Koaa 8etderuian's
ranging mind, searching foi
to improve the city in which he
lives and whose government h. ij
now dedicated to Serving
L0 Mind ,r-
Sky Lake Synagogue
High Holy Day Services
at
UNIFIED HALL 2300 N.E. 171st ST.
JONAH E. CAPLAN
Rabbi
LEWIS GOODMAN
Cantor

RESERVATIONS for HIGH HOLY DAYS and
REGISTRATION for HEBREW and SUNDAY SCHOOL
at Unified Hall from 8 to 10 p.m.;
Sundays 10 to 12 Noon.
Daily Services at 1120 Miami Gardens Drive
7 a.m. and Before Sundown
Saturdays 9 a.m. and Sundays 8 a.m.
Temple Ner Tamid
80th AND CARLYLE AVENUE
MIAMI BEACH. FLORIDA
Extends A Cordial Invitation to the
COMMUNITY TO WORSHIP WITH US
r the Ensuing IIU.il HO IA HAYS
Membership Inquiries Welcomed
I 1 "I.KXK LABOVITZ, llabbi
I lW Will kl I |\. rior
ASSISTED BY PROFESSIONAL CHOIR
UNDER THE D/REC.I0* Of JOSEPH SCHfft.lAMN
For
SEATS ARE NOW AVAILABLE ALSO
IN THE AIR-CONDITIONED SKLAR AUDITORIUM
Of THE TEMPIE FOR THE OVERFLOW SERVICES
CHANTED BY CANTOR HYMAN FEIN
The General Community is Cordially Invited to
PRE-HIGH HOLIDAY LATE SERVICES
FRIDAY, SEPT. 3rd, 1965 at 8:15 P.M.
Temple Office Open from 9 a.m. to 9 p.m.
FLAGLER-GRANADA JEWISH CENTER
50 N.W. 51st PLACE
""off X'Y ?AV SKATS
N OUR AIR CONDITIONED AUDITORIUM
NOW AVAILABLE
B ... OFFICIATING WILL BE
**bb, DAVID ROSENFELD and Cantor GEORGE GOLDBERG *
Informat.on Call HI 4-6547 j


Friday. September 3. 1965
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Page 9-A
Court Ends B-G Hearings
Viewing results of a membership social held Sunday
evening, 8 p.m., at Beth David Congregation, are seated (left
to right) Mrs. Irving Weiner. president of Sisterhood, and Max
Jacobson. chairman of the Membership Committee. Standing
are Dr. Moiton Getz and Dr. and Mrs. Edward Cutler. Theme
of the evening was "Getting to Know You."
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CONGREGATION BETH EL
500 S.W. 17th Ave.
Miami, Florida
Cordially Invites You to Our
High Holiday Services
in Our Newly Renovated Sanctuary
Rabbi .Solomon S.liiff
officiating
)l*>nibvrsliip f*Vfrif Avwptvd
REGISTRATION NOW OPEN
for Tuition-free
Hebrew and Sunday School
For information concerning Membership,
Services and Religious School
Phone 379-3004
TEL AVIV (JTAi The If*
1 '"uri of Honor ended it- hear-
nr-'s on argument! to expel former
Premier David Ben-(.unon and
six of ins follower- for creating an
ndependeni li>t for the November
Parliamentary elections, and an-
nounced it would issue a ruling
nexl week.
Tu i more of the six Mapai
leaders who joined with Mr. Ben
Gurion to form the Israel Workers
(Rafi) to challenge Premier Levi
Eshkol leadership at the polls
Vmos Deganl and Gideon Ben-Is-
rael told the Court the) no long
11 consider themselves Mapai
members. Earlier. Yizhar Smilan-
skjC one of the accused, formally
resigned from the party
The four other Rafi leaders
Mr. Ben Gurion. ex-Deputy De-
fense Minister Shimon Peres,
former Housing Minister Josef
Almogi, and Hanna Lamdan
said they were withdrawing
from the Court hearings because
the tribunal had made their de-
fense against charges of splitting
the party "impossible."
The final session was marked by
an impassioned statement by Yaa-
cov Shapiro, attorney for the Ma-
pai prosecution. He charged that
Rafi was a "neo-Fascist group
based on the leader principle." He
asserted that Mr. Ben-Gurion had
"attempted to set himself up as
more equal than others," when he
appeared before the Court last
week. The prosecuting attorney
quoted from George Orwell's sat-
ire. "Animal Farm." in which one
Of the animals w h i c h drove out
their human masters, to estab-
lish self-government. justified set-
ting up a dictatorship on grounds
that "all animals are equal, but
some are more equal than others."
Nahum Shalmi. head of Mapai'*
Control Commission, who ap-
peared with Mr. Shapiro for the
prosecution, told the court that
despite Ins achievements. Ben-
Gurion has evidenced all signs of
a dictator, and he is a danger to
Israel society "
Muha Ka-[>i. the Rafi attorney,
announced he was withdrawing
from the case. He toll the tribun-
al that there was no point in this
continuing, since the Court ha-i
rejected his demands to call Pre
nner K-shkol. Foreign Minister
Golds Meir, and other Mapai min-
ister.- as witnesses for the defense.
Zamora Schools List Schedule
Temple Zamora daily Religious with the Sunday School. Instmc-
and Sunday School will open for tion will be in conformity uith the
the fall semester on Tuesday. Sept. practices of the United Synag igl
7 according to president. Ainslee (,f America and the Bureau >:
R. Ferdie. Jewish Education.
Mrs. Estelle Moskowitz has been
Mi- Rose Gursky will continue named registrar.
AGUDATH ACHIM Congregation
LOMBARDY HOTEL
6305 Collins Avenue # Miami Beach
RESERVATIONS now being accepted DAILY
HIGH HOLIDAY SERVICES
TO BE CONDUCTED BY RABBI SIMON APRIL
RABBI HARRY ZARETSKY, Cantor
| Tic kefs Available 12 Moon to 4 P.M., Evenings 7 to 9
SUNDAYS TO THURSDAYS
ORTHODOX SHVfCfS SIATS $10.50 I $1230
INQUIRIES INVITED PHONE 866-7761
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Congregation Beth Tfilah
(ORTHODOX SYNAGOGUE)
935 Euclid Avenue, Miami Beach
Newly Decorated and Completely Air Conditioned
1114.11 HOI ll \i SERVICE*
CONDUCTED BY
RABBI JOSEPH E. RACKOVSKY
ickets available at Shul office 935 Euclid Ave., Miami Beach
Phone JE 8-1521
THE MINY0NAIRES
SYNAGOGUE
' Modern Traditional
3737 Bird Rd., Miami HI 6-2181
HIGH HOLIDAY SERVICES
Under the Leadership of
the Well Known
CANTOR FRED BERNSTEIN
Limited Number of Seats Still
Available TICKETS ARE S10 EACH
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
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Friday. September 3, 1965
1
Bonn Regrets Envoy Demonstration
. .... ___.. itatsaal on Jew* in th
Cn of Russia's top heart surqeons recently visited Magen
1 avid Adorn facilities in Israel to study blood storage pro-
c-sses at the Marcus Memorial Blood Fractionation Plant in
Jcifa, built by American Red Mogen Dovid for Israel. The
. sitor. Prof. Alexendra Vassilievna Ikonnikova, deputy di-
ctor of the open heart suraery in Moscow (right), had warm
aise for Magen David Adorns facilities and operations.
Shown with the Russian specialist are leading officials of
I agen David Adorn. _______^
Continued from Page 1A
Arab countries which suspend-
ed them when Bonn recogniied
Israel.
\\ c -1 German opinion reacted
with shock and pained sun
the Jerusalem demonstration Eri
Mende. the Wesl German Vice
Chancellor, declared at an eiec-
Uon meeting thai the not smacked
of Communist and neo Fascist tat
tics
The blue-white flag of
meanwhile was raised on German
soil this weak lor the flrsl time
as Ben Nathan presented h '
ml U-tti rs of credence
lust Ambassador to
Republic of German)
coverage ww .....* "/ ''"'
ceremoR) ww ""'
(lag i" <
.Hid on .ill
WZO Ends Meet
With Eye Toward
Reorgan iza tion
ENEVA (JTA) Ir Na-
il i (ioldmann. president of the
v.. id Zionist Organisation, told
tiN.-i! session this week ol the
:nc tin., oi a special commls-
k mi WZO reorganifation that.
: many Jev.s. the exelusive
y basis for affiliation with the
; list movement ha- been an ob-
le. He su'^uested that the com-
rion should consider and ree-
- dent' ways by which individu-
al organizations and commun.
could join tin- movement with-
part; affiliation.
IB 50-member commission was
C eat< d b) the 2Gth World
V nst Organization to make a
'. .!>reh -naive study of means of
rgaaj ins; and revitalizing the
> '> an.! the Jewish Agency. The
licipants, themselves Zionists.
c selected without reference to
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WT 635-1952
the movement's party structure
They came from Israel. Europe,
Latin America, the United States
and Canada.
The questions examined during
'Ins week's five days of closed
commission meetings were:
How to attract Jewish yoirth
and involve unafflliated elements
of the Jewish communities; how
to strengthen the territorial Zi- I
onst organizations and how to
safeguard Hie democratic char-
acter of the Zionist movement;
the nature of Zionist participa-
tion in Jewish communal lifa;
the relationship between, the Zi-
onist organization and the vari-
ous groups working for Israel,
including fund-raising agencies;
and how to coordinate the activi-
ties of the Jewish Agency with
the work of the Zionist territor-
ial groups.
1 nmission members left for
their respective countries to be-
'-'in detailed ttudies oi those issues,
tn gather information, and to hold
hearings t" help determine recom-
mendations from the three regions
Europe. Latin America and
North America.
The commission is expected to
assemble aaain next summer to
bring together all the data thus
collected, and to take further step.
tn cany (.at its Congress mandate,
as Israel's
the I-1
Mr Ben x.
than was formerly director-general
of Israel- Detense Ministry.
The presentation was made to
acting w.-M German President
Get Pge Zihn in a brief and simple
ceremonv set by West German
protocol. Israel's flaj; was raised
over the temporary Israel Emba
-\ in Cologne. Representatives of
German Jewry attended the cere-
many. Mr. Hen-Nathan commented
that "this is to recall that the pre
ent does not erase the past La-
ter, he placed a wreath at the mon-
ument in Cologne for the 6,000,000
Jewish victims of the Na/i holo-
caust.
Rabbi A. Churachevsky re-
ceived the envoy at the Cologne
Synagogue, which was destroyed
ir 1938 during the Nazi "Crys-
tal Night," and rebuilt seven
years ago. The rabbi recited
Kadish before the wreath was
placed on the monument. There
were no speeches during the
Cologne rites.
The Ambassador was driven
from Cologne to Villa Hammer-
BChmldt here, for the credential*
presentation ceremony in Presi-
dent Heinrich Luebke's limousine
In the cavalcade of accompanying
cars were West German officials
and members of the Israel Em-
bassy staff.
Mr Ben-Nathan made a short
address in which he expressed the
hope that Israel and West (ht-
niany would now enter on normal
relations and a happy future for
both. Dr. Zinn reciprocated the
sentiments in his reply.
West German officials sought to
avoid overstress on the signifi-
cance of the (K-ca-ion. but wide
spread public interest was evi-
denced by the presence at botii
I resi ntation
i, l-r.ic
,. (..inn.i press
services
w, rael -will be watched for a long
.;,,,, ..,,-,,! more will be expected
th< II jemeine Woe
a j, ish weekly, de<
, ;,.,,ally in DusseMorl this week
The newspaper stated that
Dr. Rolf Pauls and Dr. Alexan-
der Toeroek, respectively Am
bassador and Counsellor of the
West German mission in Israel,
are confident that they can
work in a manner calculated to
reduce the discords gradually,
and to awaken sympathetic feel-
ings. They do not expect that the
sorrows visited on
name of the German people will
be forgotten by the Israelis. How-
ever, they hope to conMbute to-
ward closer .pproaehes between
Germans and Jews."
The Germsn envoys In Israel,
ontimied Ihe editorial, "hope,
.,,. all. that they can make a
tribution I itaMUaing po-
litical relati. ns in the Near I
: lB thai a beginning has been
made in diplomatic relations bs
rael and Gcrmsjnj S
|\ this would represent an sdvs
tage to Israel one which; bj
self, is justification e not
t. kins up diplomatic ratal
with Germany, despite the fat l
thai count less Israelis speak
grains! it
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Friday. September 3, 1965
Kelt
\aions
s
ervices
^Ulxis li/ceheyid
AGUDATH ACHIM. 6305 Co'lins Ave. m
Orthodox.
i -..
I I Op n
AG.DATH ISRAEL 7P01 Carlyle Ave. I
Orthodox. Rabl'i Isaac Ever
AHAVAT SHALOM CONGREGA- |
TION. 985 SW 67th Ave Oorthoo.-
Cantor Israel Kershner.
----
ANSHE EMES. 2J33 SW 1<"th A^- ,
Coni.rv.tivV Emanuel Ku.helewitt,
president.
Mr* x
- i
St Conservative.
Cohen.
Cantor Louit
CANDLELIGHTING TIME
6 Elul 6:19 p.m.

BETH DAVID. 2625 SW 3rd Ave. Con-
servative. Rabbi Sol Landau. Cantor #
Willl.m W. Lipson. BETH TFILAH 93! Euclid v Or-
" thodox. Rabbi Joseph E. RacKovsky.
Ilia, n l 'I -'' Mil*"
I JACOB C COHEN CO MM UN I TV
svsa. Avc
Oit-odox. R.ibti Tibor H. Stem.
I K\ESETH ISRAEL M V
Orthodox. Rabb Dav.d Lehrflele
( intor "'' s' '
-'
I Mm
2 UUBAVITCH6R M'N\ an Ml A '
mgton Ave. Orthodox. R.iObi
ham Korf. C.ntor Ernest F em

MIAMI BEACH ETZ CHA M
. (toil Ave. Orthodox. Rate
_i ham Strass'elO.
vah V Mi .1 I Mr. I

BETH EL. 500 SW 17th Ave. Ortho,
dox. Rabbi Solomon Scruff.
Sa
. T- i Xot O
.' ., ... Stud) i lace 6 15 M <" Mln-
i' |. m.
MINVONAIRES CONGREGATION
~ ..,- ...t. 1717 Bird Rd. Modern Traditional.
BETH TORAH 164th St ano NE 11th ra #
Ave. Conservative R.bb Max Lip- SHALOM 911 Nori-.ino Dr.
schitz. C.ntor Jacob 4*nir. Orthooox. Rabbi Phmeas Weber-
Frid ly 6 p.m. Sal H ,.,
Mr anil Mrs .
Manuel Ml SEPHARDiC JEW SH CENTER. 64f
and Mr* Mi ',!
6 p m
Collins Ave. Rev Cantor Sadi N.h-
mias.
B'NAI RAPHAEL 1401 NW 'S3rd St. &Ky LAKE SYNAGOGUE. 1120 Mi.
Conservative. Rabbi Harold Richter. am| Cirden, Dr O'tnodo* Ratoi
Cantor Jack Lerner. Jonah E. Capl.n. Cantor Louis
Goodman.
CUBAN HEBREW CIRCLE OF Ml- p ;.m Si
AMI. 1242 Washington Ave. Ortho- Adapting to
dox. Rabbi Dov Roiencweig -. Iew Pi Ki
------C Other P "
FLAGLER GRANADA 50 NW 51t .
PI. Conservative Rabbi David Ros- TEMPLE ADATH VESHURUN. Con.
enteld. Cantor George Goldberg. servative. 1025 NE 183rd St.. Miami
Traditional. Rabbi MM I Friday 6:30 p.m Rar Gardens Rd. Rabbi S.mue. R. Stone
Shapiro. Cantor Benjamin Ben-Ari. Mitivah: Kennetl ml I Ml ind Cantor Maurice Neu.
Mrs Ueorai Segall Mlncl m. FWda> l m Saturda) IS am Mln-
----
FT. LAUDERDALE EMANL-EL. 1801
S. Andrews Ave. Reform Rabbi
Richard M. Leviton. Cantor Jerome
Klement.
BETH ISRAEL. 711 40th St. Ortho-
dox. Rabbi Berel Wein.
. i p in Satui '!> 9
men: The in. Judge Mini ha 6 J3
j in
BETH JACOB. 301 Washington Ave.
Orthodox. Rabbi Shmary.hu T.
Swirsky. Cantor Maurice Mamches.
BETH KODESH. 1101 SW 12th Ave.
Friday nunsi l Saturdaj m
Sermon: "Why Strife In Laboi Move-
ment Dlncuaslon 5:13 p.m.: "Por-
tion of tlii Law 11| usaion t 15
'Extol the Labo i
BETH MOSHE CONGREGATION
"3630 W. Dixie Hwy. Conservative.
Rabbi Richard Marcovitz. Cantor
Seymour Hinkes.
Saturda) B:45 a.m.
tlltsvah ''
Mr. Xorman Senfeld Klddush t"
HEBREW ACADEMY. 2400 Pmetree
Dr. Orthooox. R.-.r-t. Alexander S
Gross.
HOLLYWOOD TEMPLE SINAI. 1201
Johnson St. Conservative Rabbi i.i,
David Shapiro. Cantor Yehud.h
Heilbr.un.
TEMPLE BETH AM. 5950 S. Kendall
Dr.. So. Miami. Reform. R.bbi
Herbert B.umg.rd.
r>lda> .. p m Family Wi -l
s< n Ii >< rm n ''......I t<> be 11 -
\. .1 birthda) -lur-
k and Septembi
. 1 Ml (.'! !'
..m Bai >'. '
Sa .!:. mii : Mr and Mi Al lhur
EETH RAPHAEL. 1545 Jefferson Ave.
Conservative. Rabbi Zevi i. Green-
*ald. Cantor Saul H. Breeh.
... i in Si i mon I'.'.. An ..f
Seif-J :_- ..*-!! Saturdaj v 3ti .i in I ~~
ivah Richard, son of Ml and ISRAELITE CENTER. .--T.' SW 25th
HOMESTEAD JEWISH CENTER 8th
St, Ho.iiestead. Conservative. C.n-
tor Pincus Aloof.
Hebrew Lesson
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i:: n-n ,vnirt> rrV ntto
T T 1 \ T T T
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r.rnb nVW n*r:s r*
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ijTTiaa .innan ~7T"":n
D'ai'i&snciwn .=--rn
.'?x";.!r"f"ixa
-2 "sxin lio^tfn n"?r>nna
-a arnrftiH yz* :
-- njao mna ni :_' j
rsins? -*rr, Kin ,b*i
_.r_ _r. _. .._ _..._...
.n\ai;a tnw D-tai
in?,:',) i-sin ]"z -:--2
"?5 ,:-.-i"mx D"n nsn?
.a-ax-'rna a;n niti
15 n-jjiT crx trnsinn
.orn
irnhto nnas nns nKx*-na)
H.im Arlozorov
There are people who were born
1o be leaders. Such was Haim Ar-
TEMPLE BETH EL OF HOLLY-
WOOD 1351 S 14th Ave Reform.
Rabbi Samuel Jaffe.
lnii.iv n Memorh i .... -
t" i" lurda) 11 .t i:.ii
Mitivah Andrev mhi "f Mr and
Mrs Paul H K

TEMPLE BETH SHIRAH. 7500 SW
120th St Reconstructionist. Rabbi
Morris Skop.

TEMPLE BETH SHOLEM of Holly-
wood. 1725 Monroe St Conservative.
Rabbi Morton M.l.vtky. Cantor Er-
nest Sterner.

TEMPLE BETH SHOLOM 4144 Chase
Ave. Liberal. Rabbi Leon Kromsh
Cantor D.vid Conviser.
Ri
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ii- raid nf Au(

TEMPLE B'NAI SHOLOM 16800 NW
22nd Ave Conservative Rabbi S M
M.chtei Cantor Abraham Re.seman.
.....
Sa t u I
.'
Ml and Mr* l.i: Ail lei Kidi
roii.m

TEMPLE BETH TOV. 6438 SW 8th
St. Conservative. Rabbi Ralph 2.
Glixman.
Frid i s.,: ird.
i ,
SYNOPSIS OF THE TORAH PORTION SHOFET.M
A prophet anoints a King from imonj Ml brethren.
Thou shalt sel him King ovei whom the ^
| .'
SHOFETIM 'Judges uid offic lho m
,,,, uh,.!- the Lord Ih, I '
.halt not pl.nl thee an A
: it,r of the Lord thy God tvhich thou th.ll
v ,. ., thee up a p.iiar -hicli the Lofd thj i
Deut 16 18-2
n,,,,,!!, of two writnesMa or three witnei.....hill ,
that is to die be put to death; at the mouth ol
ghall .. put to death" Deut 17:8 I
thee ... .....!- ii.-nt th.
unto the place which the Lard thy i ch.....-

shall .,,..,:, unto thee rrom that pla which th< mall
\>< ut it B-9
If like the other nations, the children of Israel u
should desire a king, "Thou shalt in an) wise set bin i over
the. whom the Lord th-. God mall choose one from amoni
brethren shall thou set king over thee; thou mayml not p
foreigner over thee, who la not thy brother Onlj he shall
multiply horsei to himself Neither shall h.- multiply wives
to himself Neither shall h< greatl) multiply to himself silver
ami gold He shall write a copy of thli law In booh out of
that which is before the priests the Levites And it shall nh
him. an.l h. shall read therein all the days of hi- life; that hr
mav learn to fear the l.ord his Cod (Deul 17 15-191 The chil-
dren of Israel may expect prophets to rite >n the Promised Land,
men of God like Mixes himself.
"And it shall come to pass, that whosoever will not hearken
unto Mv words which he shall speak in My name. I will require
it of him" (Deut 18:19). How mav th. Israelites distinguish
tnie prophet from a false one? "When a prophet speaketh in the
name of the l.ord. if the thing follow not nor come to DOSI I
is the thing which the Lord hath not spoken; the prophet hath
sjxiken it presumptuously, thou shall BOl I* "f him
(Deut 18 221
The portion also tnats ,.f the ct.es of refuge it cites the
speech that the priest and officers are make t" '
battle, and states the laws ot warfart thai spplj to anj (it> not
of the seven Canaanite nations The portion ends with the reg
ulations dealing with the heifer offer! ment wbei
slain person is found in the field and th< identity of the mur
derer is not known
This recounting of th Waekly Portion o Hie Law it ex-
tracted and based upon "The Graphic H.story of the Jewish
Heritage" edited by P. Wollman Tsarnr, $15 Publisher is
Shengold, and the volume is available at 27 William St., New
York 5, N.Y. President of the society distributing the volume
is Joseph Schlang.
THE RABBI SPEAKS FROM HIS PULPIT
Man Should Submit
To the Law oi God
*-
L.-J TOT irSJ TSS :2 TEMPLE EMANU-EL. 1701 Washing.
ton Ave Conservative. RabOi Irving
netea imeasji ssssx k -, ... ... -,
- r sn* n -r-
n,ir,sn^S72 ~:--
-in-n iin yz
onan
Lehrman. Cantor Zvi Adler
-
TEMPLE ISRAEL OF CREATER MI-
AMI. 137 NE 19th St Reform. Raboi
Joseph R s,.,ro,
''
' ihi
Jew \
ltf.1 :r,"VX .-;: 13 temple judea' 3a Pnf,m(1 a,
, Liberal.Reform. Rabbi Morns Kp.
',' -' irtlaj Bai
ens* ^,ai ten .nnvi T^US^JSm1SJSi
'.i7i D"K'7pn L-j .D-ia y
owitz.
TEMPLE NEB TAMID. 80th St. and
Tatum Waterway. Modern Tradi.
tional. Rabbi Eugene Labov.ta. Can-
tor Edward Klein.
tale
V\'hen he came to the country, Mltaval
he was already a known leader .' M:~ ,' >
He was eleeted to the manage- >.,, 7mm
: workers. the course of time received the l)e- 87,5 swV6,hOLs0,M ^tZ'^l
Haim was born in the month of ^l"} "f Si**: ,n lhLs work Samu" *"' Can,or N'" ^^S
Adar in the year 5649 ,1839, in the .M^:^1 ?r cooperation TEMPLE S1NA, 0F NQRT
Atiar in one year .v>49 ii839i in thei,,-,. .. .. -, ', --------"" temple sinai of north miami
I kra.ne A, a young age, he moved 'ttI,h h B**S? '"' ^S. S,'gh! ;t"por'ryo0,"e ,8*"* s "
With his fannly to (;en,Kiny. where Jf1 f*r a -">""> -'" the Ar- ^XoTC^H,.OMM m "-*
hi studied in a secondary school. ', .. .. i i ., ,,
U Men he was 17. he OTginized S J } llPR,lln,"s f ,hc *** J
group of friends and fouml.d the "''' h(,;'"!,a,,-v' Arl'"":""v "n,tr '
!...! Hat.a.r." that did important M""[[*"*' "' was a dan"
i.rk among the Jewish ;"' ""' '* u' *" "' ?/": TE4tMhPivE, TImFERETH jacob e.
h in German: Arlozoro- '" :' ^ ,,n\miKri,x'"n '" >"urh ;'n<1 "^. con.ervat.ve.
thought that only a socialist T'i -'"1,;'"\fr""' <-"n..any.
'^"' <" "" ..!!1m",r,"""h '" S "f31' aa.PL.
thought ahou, work,,, SrJ^S^LTJr^ T*&Z^&&&
farmers and mdus- Th(. k||k.rs a|.(. not known ^^ V0_UN(J
this :.
people, about
i o?rh^\^ofg *"*"""", known un'" Sf-S v--w-
(Pub.ish^i by Brit Urith Ol.mit)
By RABBI JONAH E. CAPLAN
Sky Lake Synagogue
'Ihi '. erj >- rni rstoni and I in-
the <
seven basic rt
- in the
'

ment <>f 1 a v.
and o r d e r it
was the la. k I
law and order
waa re
ble f o r
the flood
The portion
of the Torah for
this S a 1> a t h
places special
empfastsii on the
establishment i fasti capian
Courts of law and the pursuit of
justice it must i><- pure and una-
dulterated justice And the) shall
judge the people a just judge-
ment."
"Thou shalt not divert hi
thou shalt -Kit favor parson In
judgement; and thou shalt ,..
a bribe, tor a bribe blindetb the
yes of the wise and pern
the words ol righteous
Law i- above man Man must
make himself subservient to the
Judaism la Torah, ami Torah is
aw Tin- Jew, in fulfilling hi
ish requin.....-nts, must mbmil to
i the Torah He maj not
i or divi i. ish lav |,.,,
see Mmsell above the law
those who argue that
'ewa submit to God'a
viil. similar to Blchmann'i
1 Hitler Elohmann ac
I the law ol Hitler w
God aithout
1 e for readers to
this
\ er, 1 \
bat stretoh of thti
:l
the
law
- f
ral
wroi
.. laws of
convi and the rules ol ti-
quett i ,..ir modern
reject tin- Talll
and Tefilin, the Sabbath and Me-
ih as antiquated ..ifl old 'ash-
ioned
'in the Orthodox Jew, lav. and
authorit) eminate nun God, and
man must submit his will
The Orthodox Jen also recog-
m/' us |nd-
him He I ma however,
reserve the right t.. reje. i th. law
oi the land when that in it m con-
li.ct w,tn the law ,,, ,;,i
" not true that the Orthodan
Jen accepts without qunstkxn He
boice He can choose
i man ..r the uraj .if (,.l
"' ehoi m the im of
(.ixl
'
MAX UPS MIT7
M
II mi i
imjiiia;


r 3, 1965
*JtfW/5f n-trHiir
Page 13-A
Menorah
#iamesWeiner
As Choirmaster
^Hrah announces the
ertfafl VHerhert Weiner to
serve Buster.
received extensive mu-
sical I lining in I'-11 -i!.I !h.' hind
of his birth. Durum the war. he
suffered in the Bialystok (rhetto
and then managed to survive the
concentration camps Following
World War II, Werner emigrated
111 MllMllWII. flu n.lii where, for
seven years, he was choirmaster
of one of the laru< tions, the Jfelhounii' ilrhivw Con
gregation. With a memliership of
1.200 families.
In IKS, he emigrated to Amer-
ica, and eatHad in Washington,
D.C. *lec eaean years he con-
ducted the choir in B'nn Israel
Cewareiatlen, a conservative
cewsjraaetlan in Washington, as
cheirmaetar. Organm-q his own
ffhetoir, Wainar was engaged in mu-
sical recitals in Washington and
New York.
He llio or: i i<
choral eneemb
pa ted on the
United Jewish
and Hadaeaah I
At Terntleil Mill
train the pfef<'--:..:.,i. ..mi!
organize idee <
dren's choral i
train children I
Weiner, who
cordion and pi
he and hi* r
children. Vied
Rev. Max Karl. Florida NCCJ Director,
Passes Away in Minnesota at Age 57
OTHER DIA1H Nonas SEC. b
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DveilahlO waafcends only ) conduct
Sunday School.
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Johnson Names
James Roosevelt
To UN Position
Continued from Page 1-A
resettled in Arabs lands, and op-
posing the continued heavy
United States financing of the
United Natiors Relief and WorWs
Ager-cy for Palestine Refugees.
The U.S.A. has been paying 70
percent of UNWRA's bills for
mere than 15 years.
The

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tricl of ( >l i i Mr Br >ss
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The Pres:dent nominated James
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+Je*lst Fhrldton____________
Friday, September 3, 1955
Off the Record:
By NATHAN ZtPRIN
Ecumenical Expected to Solve Jewish Problem
N ROME this month, the Ecumenical
Couadl is expected to close the chap-
one way or another on a move to ex-
rate the Jewish people, both past and
esent, of guilt in the death of Jesus,
c motivation is almost too simple
motion of a distortion of history and1
ped-for removal of what indubitably E
- been the primary climate for anti-
11 it ism in Christendom.
The Issue over the past three years has been widely
cussc'l. and there is no inclination here to raise it
'" though it is by no means certain that the debate
! end even if the "spirit of reconciliation" is tri-
phant in the Catholic enclave in Home.
A most percepthe analysis ol the development was
d recently by Dr. Abram [AmjsSamr, president, of
is University, Adding immensel) to its impor-
tance was the fact that it was made in Home, at an inter-
national Jewish Parley and belore an audience that was
composed predominantly ot Roman Jews the 8ath An
iiiversary Congress of the World OUT Union.
Dr. Sachar welcomed the -spirit Of ecumenism." but
lie simultaneously counseled that there is a major dan-
ger in thftl promising spirit when it is earned f"rwa
ingenuously." At the same time, he cautioned that the
new spirit of reconciliation must not be permitted to "lull
our people into abandoning the realism ol selt-help.'
adding that "it does not betray cynicism or suspicion to
b.ware of reliance on sentimentality or gratitude for the
, -seiitials of survival "
As an example, he cited the fact that the American
ro remained in economic and cultural bondage through
all the efforts of the white liberals until the Negroes
I ham selves turned away from the bou n
of Uncle Tom and began counting instead on their own
As We Were Saying: By ROBERT E. SEGAL
When the End of the Ku Klux Klan?
QIFTING through tin life and
^ times "t the recently departed
William Dudley l'elley. the Jew
hater who launched his Silver 1 .<
_ .11 .Ian 3. 1933, the day Hitler
took power, one speculates on a
1 -I on of far greater importance
than the career and demise of one
energetic American bigot.
The larger question is: "How
can t ic Government of the United States, given its
mandate to allow its citizens to speak their minds
and associate freely with all manner of men. crack
UN Listening Post: By SAUL CARSON
The New Tenant
United Nations
SUITE 42-A at the Waldorf To,'
ers. an adjunct ol the Waldorf
Hotel, is going to have a
new 1 cupant, though the official
tenant i- the same the Govern-
mi 1. ol thi 1 nited St ates The
posh, nine-room apartn
been 11 ial home ol Warren
: '. : in; m as occupied [< r >
nry Cabot Lodge, Jr.; belonged tor a short,
to At r James .1 Wads worth;
over bj Adlai E Stevenson; and now it
'.1'inn .1 Goldberg. Suite 42 \ .-
mi oi Washington's permanent
'. '
me, bul there i little
thai a new si even a new d
sion, will be added when the new man moves in.
That style was evident in a quotation voice
lor Goldberg during the ceremony in
which President Johnson announced his appoint-
ment Quoting Thomas Jefferson, and alluding to
hi- illustrious predeci....... Justice Goldberg said:
"I succeed him No one could replace him."
It Arthur Goldberg doc- not "replace Adlai
Stevenson, the fact is. however, thai Stevenson him-
sell might have chosen the jurist as his own suc-
cessor, In a profile Of Mr. Goldberg in the New
Yorker in iim;2. a man identified onlj as one who
"holds a high I nited Nations post" believe! to
lie Stevenson was quoted as saying: "I'd like to
see Goldberg up against Khrushchev .md Gromyko.
He knows the Communists, and he knows bow to bar-
gain, when to give, when to be tough, and when
issues postponed that he doesn't want to talk
about."
Mr Stevenson knew Arthur Goldberg not only a-
one of the most skilled mediators and negotiators
the United States has ever produced, but also as
urn who was deeply involved in America's attitude
tow,nl the USSR because, as a Jew. and as. a great
humanitarian, interested in human rights foi all
people and pained b> Soviet persecutions of Jewry
Mr. Goldberg had frequently spoken up on those
issues not only in the context of meetings con-
ducted by Jewish organizations but in forums of a
more general character.
Only last May, at the inauguration of a project
for the establishment oi a Jewish Center lor the
United Nations, to complement similar Protestant
and Catholic houses of worship in proximity to the
I \ complex, Ambassador Goldberg had proposed
that ;m international court on human rights be es-
tablished. And at the same event, announcement
wa- made that a group of friends in Washington
would establish at the new Center a "Judaism and
Peace" library in honor of then Justice Goldberg.
Thus, the circle has been closed embracing
his Jewishness, his readiness to fight the USSR
when battle was in order, his love of peace, his de-
votion to law and justice, his fitness to wear the
mantles of Herbert Lehman and Adlai Stevenson.
down effectively on such a pernicious organi;
as Ihe Ku Klux Klan.'"
A single-minded fanatic like Pellej can go
for years without getting caught in the net ol the
law. He can make a small fortune manufacturing
toilet paper, as did l'elley: he can turn to writing
and profit thereby, as did l'elley: he can parla>
esoteric hunches about the Pyramids and the Nile
Into a "Foundation for Christian Economics" and
cash In, as did Pelley; and he can even run for
President on the Christian Front ticket in 1836 as
Pelley did. Then comes World War II and indict
ment, conviction, and a prison term on the basis ol
well-founded sedition charges That finishes Pelley,
Not so the Ku Klux Klan.
Thrice now it hos risen, passed out the hoods
infiltrated local governments, spread terror and
death; and still it goes careening through the Anie;
ican countryside The Klan of 18C>5 to 1871. preserved
on celluloid in "The Birth of a Nation." owed what
success it bad to southern revulsion against clumsy
northern Carpetbagging. It burned down to ashes
when Confederate leaders who guided it men lik,1
in Forrest refused to consort longer with
the low and violent men who seized its helm Klan
II. the Phoenix rising from 1915 to 1944, battened on
the malaise OVer American participation m two
Vorld War-- and nourished occasionally thanks lo
tin popularity of witch-hunting, fear oi immigrants,
u -m. and the opportunit] to unite peo-
I gainst scapegoats during periods oi depression
Klan ill we have with us now the Klan bi
id in church bombings, the murd<
nd el irts to smear Martin Luther
r
\ number ol methods re be ex|
. I, hopefully, to smas
n n eetings winch bristle with I
\ iol< me. dynamiting
1 pin th ir hope;
J)> the House Committee on L'n Imer
That bodj voted late in March to eond
ol the Kl in 'I he commit) 1
Representative Edwin E Willis, 1- from I 1
ami night well have observed lately evi 1
Klan mod Hing m the tense situation in the Bogalusa
area Presence of three other Southerners, in addi-
tion to Congressman WHHs, on the House panel
chosen to Investigate the Klan. raises the hope- ol
those who put their trust m the Un-American Activi-
ties Committee,
Already .quipped with it- regulai 0 ap-
propriation, thai bodj received an extra $50,000 for
the Klan probe in April.
Bui there are many drawbacks Alreadj some
ol the prospective witnesses are underscoring their
dedication to oaths ol secreej as '-rounds for re
fusing to testifj Again, the Committee has Seen so
preoccupied with its "study" of Communism thai
its must devoted supporters naturally include
pie who spauk far right movements, and thai
in the (Clansman's foot.
-hoe
Panorama:
callous
Christian
Similarly, he observed that Israel, after the
murder ol six million Jews in the v. iv heart f
Europe, "as not established by the pious rest-
,- of the UN but "by the Wood and Mcrifice ol the
vasti) outnumbered Israelis themselves while their demo-
cratic sponsors stood by."
Pecla-ins that the time was long overdue for a s.
im reappraisal Of the techniques of good will as a means
of achieving justice and equality. Dr. Sachar told his
audience
\\e have a tradition in my country of sponsoring a
Catholic priest, Protestant minister dnd a rabbi
-liare a platform and who Utter eloquent generate
about what we have in common. Who can object to
symbolic displays of amity? Thej attempt to ere.
affirmative climate for tasks thai we mu-t -h But we
t that tin- 1- no substit ti for 1
eiiance it Is es| id
remember this when the reach for coopi
1 .- I- :t reail) In Ihe
lai Im' to hang I reatl
' bs the Vati
1 ild be foi en I
the 1
in 0U| Him lioi lews isn'l it
h Yol plead with th pi
fi -to ol a
fjod, 1 es whon what"'
pen too ai nil to tin idea ol
i.i; km> 1 v''''- ona the
reached a poinl he fell abandoning of the ef-
fort would ental to Jewish interests What Di
Sachar has done 1- to pui the matter in a perspectivi I
will Ih' understi should be understood u
well in Jewish precinct* throughout the world.
Todays Thought: By DR. SAMUEL SILVER
Itinerant Eleanor
you enjoyed hearing Hie la Eleanor Roosevelt talk, didn't
you? I'm not asking whether you
ever heard her for 1 take it for
that moat ot yen at one
time or another ha I that pleasure
Thai saintly woman i| oke ol
BCtS were
made about her ubiquttr Wasn't
1 there a 1 artoon -how ing a Hw
M with a child, pointing toward some
Here t on es Mrs Rotevelt
' hel dendor-. Mr-
ItOt for he:
,
incut- I 1
- vet") '"'
I
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. Mr
resemble I

In fact, Mr- Brickner has the learning an- I
1 wet
ty of a rabbi ind she round n
v' l'i"'' there weren't .. t.
that ill .lev !-
I menl Mrs Brickner not because I m hi
or because she is desirous ol adding lo h<
' but I I warn io boom up the I
|nal niiations have a wealth of Hi
lewish women to ,-all op m for their pr
i|s are sorrtetim.
' iture ot
:i show<
'
Up '11
are
their activities \o 041
and cosmetic demonsti
i"'i" and gtamour men ..
Thej are bul so are mm of the
'" u"""-1 Iccturei eapah.....t offering cul
enrichment to your audience
By DAVID SCHWARTZ
Some Very Cheerful Rabbinic Nugget

s
RABBI AKIBA, the father of rabbinic
* Judaism," was a late starter He
didn't commence his studies until he
was a man of 40. One ol hi- younger col
leagues mocked at those "who learn
when they are old" but Akiba had the
last laugh. He is the most quoted figure
in the Mishna
One of the most cheerful characters
of the Talmud was known as G mi Bu
Le Tov. Mr. U-Tov waB no Frenchman. Aelua,,,
was Rabbi Nah.irn but he was called (Jan Zll ,. Tm ,.
cause he believed that everything ,s ,, (he best" which
i- what die word* "(lam Zu Le Tox"
timist was paralyzed irt both feet.
When the Governor of the
Warsaw, (he clergy of
The rabbi
i nd The Archbishi
mean This great op
province once imme to
all faiths went out to meet bun
enttng she .lews, was put at the tail
hi.ishop asked the rabbi if he wasn't offended
^^fa^,u:UHb'k No." the imfjl mid, "a,
enl always Uke. u> see his children go ahead front
in aIImov' Vy'V X*' W,"n h- v--untf rabbi
lb ,,l,"",",, '" ","ml '"-"^ Ot the ctei ..
r e"."" .'""" ''""""""> Probtam When the
' i os ,, ,,u. hh minim. Im emimm toki torn to
cle g ,.n WyiB "'" "'" Hln| was for ITotes.a-.t
p^Jimfid ><">. Wise. ., rise ,o pretest, so I
am
vivili tr_
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Friday. September 3, 1965
' ***M ItrrMitorr
Page 13 \
Memorial for Russian Fascist Trio
Continued from Pag* l*
. i pn ,,i anti Nazi resistance
i-ements, All three had killed
mselvee to eacape trial by the
, i Union aa war criminals The
S Yrm> had agreed to turn
Adath Yeshurun
Men in Forum
Men's Club of Temple Adath
Yeshurun hell its firs! meeting of
the season laal week at the Temple
Auditorium.
President Leon Sototkin conduct-
meeting William Platt,
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Bernard Lev}
Rabbi Samuel K. Stone was guest
< i honor at the meeting and led an
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Louise Wise Chapter Meeting
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?wly-named founder of the new campus of the Hebrew Uni-
rsity. Mrs. Jacob Rifkin (left) discusses with guests Mes-
iei. Jack S. Popick and Sidney Bogan plans for the Popick-
jrr.i Humanities Building.

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t: ltd Szold Awcrd from Mis. Herman Shulman, chairman
Award Committee (right), as Mrs. Mortimer Jacobson,
penal president of the organization, looks on. The award.
in 1349 to memorialize the founder of Hadassah,
Women's Zionist Orqanization of America, was made to
, President Humphrey in recognition of "his active spon-
phip end energetic encouiagemeal oi national anduiter-
1ic: a] medical research" which "have carved out new
paths for medicine and extended the boundaries of medical
jsjrv.ee."
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Si th <>f the Border" is the
;;, .'. i .! Miami foursome
... days Mr and Mrs Sid-
ney (Dorothy) l'epp r. of 1600
SW 1':h Ave., and Mr and Ml -
a%vid (Sylvia) Braun, of 2481
: are in Mexico for
weeks, dou i thi tights an
jb'Jife ol Mexico Cit) and 1\
ipa: .
Dr ar.d Mr? Albert E Rosen-
thai :. >k i' Ji inson -
. ie i.i.> summer and
k fc*\. : :. < i r travc -
L tiki.- \tlantic In
Jui. vi,:ifd bi< >| i. Mil
wan- an. Wise aril
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iei n Wisconsin an .
Mil .. ,.n u ith >ti at Sauite
at '-... 1> -tr< it. Niagara Kails
c: put argh, i'a before re-
gaji.:*'.' Miami in July .
Lt-j. !.. i :i ..: i> in \UgUSt,
fee K,.-en!,ials have visited LOS
jgele; San Francisco, loured
, and the Lake rahoe
eas Tbey are expected to
um to Miami imminently.
m
Rev ard Mrs. Jaeob I) Katz.
fctjve the "blues" aftr a very
iSj!1:' and eventful summer .
r and Mrs. Jud: h (IMS Phs/1-
B Katz) Rosenberg and their
SVO ihil'r ,i. Naava Snd Mil .
swriv -.t n June 30 from Israel. .
This was tin- tir-t tune that Jack
Sylvia had met their new
n. who was born in Is-
..i Jan. 17. .
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*s "World
^Jewish Floridian
Miami. Florida, Friday. September 3. 1965
Section 3
Mrs. Rifkin Hebrew U. Founder
Following the example of
Oharle- Ciarcowsky. benefactor of
the lit brew University of Jerusa-
lem, who established a separate
foundership for Mrs. Charcowsky,
.'; i '.) Kifkin this week announcod
that Mrs Rifkin's name will be in-
rcribed on the Founders' Wall f
the Hebrew University of Jerusa-
i- :i .in the contributor of a suft of
S.'5.000.
Rifkin'a name already appear-
.i toundi r of the new campus, a
1 uilder <>f the medical center and
the sponsor oi scholarship.
When the Rifkina visit Israel in
ptember, they anticipate study-
the site of the contemplated
I pick Miami Humanities Build-
for which they hosted a Steer-
- i mmittee meeting last week
VII Hi \ ground has not yet been
i roken for the building, an at-
tractivi sign al eadj appears.
Snapshots of the siyn have been
taken by campus visitors from
Florida and movies, showing that
the site of the building is ideally
situated at the ontranceway to the
i.imp.is, were prepared by Mr and
Mrs Philip F. Thau, who have
returned from a summer of
r. on the iiu.it campus of the
universit)
As chairman of the steering com
mittee for the Ocf 23 dinner which
will be chaired by Sidney L An-
sin. Rifkin announced ttiat col;
presidents from leading institu-
tions in South Florida have al-
ready indu-ated their atter l 8
at the dinner
In order to coordinate plans for
e convocation ceremonies and
the Popick-Humanitj Building din-
ner, An-in has announced that in
enlarged committee and bo i r l
meeting will be held on Sept i\
I Auk. 11, son Martin
ed atter filliasslll|| -
i at Brooklyn 1 av with the
as that he w as top ten du-
Uf the semester, and would
i\e a sioolar.-rup Hi
Auxiliary Prexy Off to Meet
Miami Beach Jewish War Vet President Pauline Lazarus w i
erans' Auxiliary President Daphne sunie Brj duties for her.
^ nan will leave for the no- .
. nn ,, held a, u, The RTOUp meet- the first and
Concord Hotel at Kiamesha Lake third Thursdays of ..< h monl
N V Sept ii! through 19 1828 Alton Rd American I.
.' ir ::. her al sence, Seni< r Vii Hall Miami Bea< i .' > p m
he attended his uffrufen" at
Beth Tfilah Synagogue en -.'
day. Aug. 14 Sunday, every-
ore left for New York for Mar-
we Iding to Janet, daughter
of Rabbi and Mrs. Samuel Lands,
of Osone Park on Tuesday eve-
ning. Aug 17. .
Friend attending fn m Miami
h were Mi All Kan ler S.
Gross Cant, r an.i Mr- Abraham
-e f. Mr, and Mr- Leo Iteinhard,
^ and David Shapiro Nucie
Zei -el. Mi h/in Cl nent, Ronnie
; man and Irving KeUner, and
' Mr and Mrs. Jo-
seph Kahaner, Mrs Rachel Katz
an and uncle. Mr and Mrs
Ji j': Greenberg and family. .
Marty and Janet are now living
in Rego Park, N v. Phyllis
and Judah and children returned
to Israel, and the Katze-. .il
home, ere feeling lones<)me.

As members of fie Council of
International N'isitors. Mr and
Mrs Henry J. Nelson entertained
Archie Seeto. town manager of
the Capital City of Suwa of the
Fiji Islam'- seeto is a chaim-
ing Polynesian who speaks Eng-
Hsh with bcaut'ful llar\'ard ac-
ce't H's visit to the United
States was -ponsored by the U.S.
State Department He spent
one month travelling through
America and was thrilled and
overwhelmed by its vastness and
it- genere-ity. .
Mr and Mrs Nelson introduced
Setto to many lm.il "goodies."
11 .il broiled -teak
sour en-am in a baked potato,
cake,
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Joy. September 3, 1965
+Jewish fhrMtor
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El 10, HELLO
M Comanor, who is i professor al Rutgers
versity, U spending pail of his vacation down
Um Keys. He came to Miami to spend an
enin^' with Babettc and l.eo Ackerman. who
juW up some <>f his old friends so they could
tt. n was ,i real talk niglit, wHh lota
and music. Harold Tannen told about
camping nip that he and his wife had just
fccn. Harold, who had never hen oil a hone
ft, took i three daj horseback trip down
Grand < anyon (He still has scars
;uests were Mr and Mrs Leonard Bel I
.. I and Mrs llarold Hand i>i and Mrs
i r Mis- Jane Wt>M. TV and Mrs
|; mel Le> in and son Barrj Mrs
r> I Stern, Miss Bat Dr and
anucl Pushkin, and Mr and Mrs Pan!
*
U 'OR A FEW
i la Mrs Charles) Himn el enter)
it I Beverlj Land) whose mai
'. R.....n w ill take plai e Sept 11 Sine
invited to the tea, he sent his hride-to
i oniiiii to wear on her pink silk
\n.i would think of him The sweel table with
I yellow flowers waa absolutely divine
|ri hing was home-made b) tin- hostess but
layer brownies were the best Takinu
iring were Mrs Daniel Franco, Mrs
Stone, Mis Leonard Parker and Mrs
Pallol Among guests were Mrs Mar
pper, Mis Roberl Sussman, Mrs Murra)
iH Mr- Stanley Sneidor. Mrs Morris D
? Mrs Lawrence Markman. Mrs Arnold
r. Mrs Fred Siegal, and Mrs Sam Berk
IK:
JttRISE BUT NO BIRTHDAY
- Ms Adler flew home fust letting his wife
uid daughter Barbara, whom they had
t > New York to meet alter her European
in come back later Joaie found enough pros-
it- last her through a few birthdays and an-
\- rsariea, There were a new dishwasher, a
pSbJag machine, color television set. and .,
ink curtains for the kitchen Mrs l.vnn
Icm rman had a homecoming in honor of Bar
kr. Barbara wore the Grecian dress and
jewelry she got in (Irecce Kortunateh
oeats, the 25 rolls of film she had taken
fcrt developed as yet Among guests wen
aces
Mr and Mrs [nring Berger and Dr and Mrs
Howard Weinstock, and of coins,., brother*Arnold
*
THE CARD SAID PARADISE
Delia and Max Applehatim wrote from Mon-
tank. I. I where they are visiting their daughter
and her husband. Flo and Ira Stuart, who have
a most unusual motel. They are havinc lots of
fun, and Max who had a Beige in the hospital
is better now

THE LAST TIME I SAW PARIS
It wasn't so long ago that Sally Gordon saw
Paris she and her husband. Metro Commis-
rordon, just got home from a very
<"< Hi The) went to the first Internation-
\;r C inference in Pans. Sail) said \ li
and Milan looked just like picture pOSl cards, hut
she -loved the elegance that was Paris When
were in Koine, the police were on strike
their cab driver said thai there were less acci
-! pre she went, she saw the well
i had a well dressed umbrella; so
the first .. is an umbrella.
Right now. the Gordon household is in an uproar.
Daughter Virginia, now Mrs Kenneth Richards,
is here from Ncu Orleans with six-month-old
Jennifer, who seems ver) adept at blowing bub-
everyplace, everywhere and on everyone
The other (.onion girls are rushing around, too.
a is getting ready t<> go Into eighth made.
Linda is in New York taking extra credits at
NY I and sheila is getting ready t" go hack to
Finch College in New York. Sally, meanwhile,
i- pra) Iflg for rain
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STRICTLY FAMILY
Harriett (Mrs. Larryi Singer. Dotty (Mrs.
Marvin! Jacobs and Marlene (Mrs. Richard)
Stone had a dinner at Harriet's house just for
family. There were 34 relatives and. at that.
the) only took the family up to first cousins. The
dinner was in honor of William Singers birth-
day Ida Singer had two men to make a fuss
oxer, her husband and Grandpa David Singer,
who is 92. and who was also a guest of honor
The flowers in the dining room were oranee and
aqua to go with the decor of the room. The
teen-age contingent were off by themselves in
another room featuring a red and white color
scheme Teen-agora were Ricky singer, Bobby
GoMberg, Jeff Beck and Benjamin Stone Strut
!> family included Mr. and Mrs. Morris Dikes
and Mr ami Mn Havid Goldstein
Frances Lehman
MISS MINDY fORlfl
Crime to be Topic
'Crime in our Time'' v ill be
discussed by t h e Peop i
Town Hall Forum on Friday, H
p in., in Washington federal \
ditorium, il'.;i Washington Ave
Discussant- will be II Paul Baker,
As-istant state Attorney, nth Ju-
dicial Circuit of Florida; R, It Bell
in,i r, inspector-in-charge, Bureau
oi Narcotics, Southeast District;
and Dr, Michael Gilbert, psychol-
ogist, I'haun Rose is chairman
Mindy Forer
Smash Success
At Playhouse
Mir. I) Fon r is currentl)
ing in "A Thurber Carnival" at
the Mom Go Hound Playhouse i
Coral Gables, and has been hailed
for her starring performance
The 17-year-old Coral Gables
High School senior does a variety
of spoofs on prominent stage and
television personalities, including
Klizabeth Taylor.
She is the daughter of Mr and
Mrs Mike Forer, of 2121 sw 24th
Ave. Miami
Mindy. who is thoroughly de-
voted to the prospe, i oi a s<
r, has appeSred on Poj
house over WTVJ Ch 4. at I
a I s" frequently appears at the
Roun i Theat
This summer, she as featun I
as a 94 yeai old woman in Eu
Inesi Chairs" at the I
t the I niversit) ol M
.inn
At Coral Gabli s H gh, Mind) is
a membi r ol the 'i i pian Club,
French i National Foren-
ft)
She has won numerous dramatic
interpretation aw ards and was
named "Best Supporting Actress'
for her work recently.
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Meeting Slated
atr via Silvers, president of
Just; ptei Unericaa Jew
< c areas, will be hostess in
al .i I in< neon meeting
i. ; m al 6900 No
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Vtol:'wmg luncheon. activities
for t planned, and
repot- ill Ik- presented by the
ptojr 'lairmen
A ih al r epo r t will l>e pre-
aeaie' :> Joseph I Yanich. re-
t^Hi cirecti>r. on the community-
wide r. ll> to be s|Hnsored by the
South 1'inla lonlerence on Sov-
iet J< -. for sutxlas. Sept. 1<*.
at $:.* p m.
X
t Miami JWV Auxiliary
st Miami Indies- Auxiliary.
ffefish War Veterans, was to hold
r. ',(T meeting Thursday, 9
p.m ;' Me home oi Mrs. Michael
irks, Mm SW 14th St Pro
! include discussion Of tile
Dmiag national convention in
*rk. PresMent i- Mrs Jo-
h Achtman. IT40 SW 27th St
New unsalted
Mazola Margarine
now certified
Kosher and Parve.
NEW!
slI -t

,/sww
p*
Mazola,
Margarine
This means \ou can use Sweel I nsalted
Ma/ola wilh either milchig or llcishig dishes.
I here are 4 more important reasons wh\ \ou
should huv neM lusalted Mazola Margarine.
1. It contains I III the sodium ol other sweet
uns.dted margarines
2. It's the onlj sweet margarine that contains
pure liquid Mazola Com Oil.
3. It's the onlj unsalted margarine that won't
bum al normal liviny temper.ittne
4. You'll iukI both unsalud and regular,
lightly-salted Mazola Margarine in sour
grocer's dall \ ease


Pore 4-B
+Jeistncridlfor
Friday. September
3. 1365
Miami Chapter
Slates Weekend
Mrs David \ He
the \li.imi thapter ol
w ,n >> announces that
ill sponsor i.
el:.I at the Saxonj H( tel
Saturday, steel i th
day, Sept 6.
Weekend will incl
- chaise lounges
i ictail party, bosl i i
chib entertainment
in c ha r g < >>f art
Mrs Bett) Bindhansk)
of t*H- affair.
\i -

Mount Sinai Hospital's President Leonard L. Abess accepts
S10.000 worth of "Hope" and help from the Miami Beach
"Hope" Organization for Underprivileged Children. The funds
will be used in the hospital's Pediatric Pavilion to assist in
its indigent care program. Presenting the check to Abess
(seated far right) is president of the group, Mrs. Bertha Webb.
On Abess' left is Mrs. MoUie :st v:ce ;. il Stand-
ing (left to right* are Mesdames Ruth Co Po,
Margaret Rosenstei:-.. LiU tel Gart-
ner, executive direct: of Mount S Moees,
Helen Kovner, Sj:.:.
What Social Security Benefits Mean to You
By MARSHALL WISE
Miami District Manager
Miami Downtown Office
:! security changes
far-rea ring since
1. 1966. Then, people over 85 who n have signed up, mil gel the above the hospital You the K\V
cover i: you have mj e. il security pays the hospital, this or anj
ime, or the persoi w :r".. i
Social Security Act provides the homo health care ser- i :, ne, >r \.-.# >ur i -
asse I 31 years ago He
i i tits, payments to idow .
children's payments to age 22 I
tents i o r monl
iiu i ks ise are jusl a few
i h i import ml changes Cong
has made in your "social -
policy."
Ikalth benelils, popularlj ca ed
icare, have gotten the m
pul! citj Other changes will m
jusi as much to many people, h >w-
Health benefits will go to people
over (i.i. There ire two pans to
this new program. The -Bush
eme:- hospital costs, nurs-
ing home care, health care at
homo, and out-patient diagnostic
-services. People over 65 who al-
ready draw social security checks
will get this coverage automatic-
ally. No claim is needed. Folks
who are over 65. but don't collect
social securit) clucks, should visit
the social .security office before
March 31. 1966 and put in a claim
to get this covers
This "Basic- Plan" Isn't Ju-> for
pa pie who have worked in jobs
cov nl by social security, it's for
alii- -; ever; me over 65, whether
they've worked under social secur-
ily or not. and v ,
: or not So payments will be
nt Urn starts on July
Beth Sholom Tea
For Sisterhood
Mrs. i>.,\ i Ponve, of 5H15 Pine-
"' Dr., M uni Be ach, well be
hosti ss to a tea for Sisterhood of
Ten : le B< th sholom on Wednes-
Sept ii her
i an announce-
n ent by Mrs Seymour SUverman,
pre .<.< d rhood,
Harry K Wolk, vice presi-
in chai *i\\
Silverman In assist-
Q
Invitations have been sent to
"' mben r -mple v h i have
not as yet tine I the Sis erh
The opening annual membership
tea iI the ison will tal
the followil i week in the Temple
'itorium.
-> i se< iritj office
You won'l collect any cash pay- The three tin

681
i
Social Club
Slates Programs
Miami r'nendU S
ned a month oi a<
. irdii to Mas Ganl
The club will meet l
2 p m at Beth El I
Mem ben returning fi
,, ill be greeted, w ith
p it offered b) Gai
repi n will also
Beth Hi Congregati >i
low
laj Sepl U
nty Heart A
film to be
Sept 19
bration >>f birthdays .
mark) I i
Srptemb)
Th

'; S
B th El
At last! A margarine
with all three .
1. 100% DAIRY FREE
2. LIQUID vtAZOLA
CORN OIL
3. NEW NO-BURN FORMULA
MAZOLA
MARGARINE
la nxnna)
That's Philadelphia Brand of coursc-the tastiest
cream cheese of all. And freshest too-because it's the
fastest selling brand in your grocer's dairy case!
So When you give your family this feast of tender Nova
Scotia and bakery fresh bagels-make it pure
LOXury With Philadelphia Brand Cream Cheese.
Kraft on th. p.cK.g. ft, your guaranty or the mm for ,, t.........n- ^ fJJJl


Friday. September 3. 1965
+Jen1sii rkrHltr
Pags S-B
Cooking
Corner
Mildred
G.
BHIin
Lig fa l as air. and delicately
krisp, the baked meringue is mm
v, the moat impressive, versatile,
[iid at the same time easy to make
pi all paatrlea. one a few Impor-
should feel completely smooth.
not grains al all. For special (lea-
st i- you can add a few drops of
. coloring during (lie last min-
.'.' ol i,. 5. to tmi the merin
. di :< Place a sheet of
on i okie tin. For
Tortea or Angel Pies,
meringue in 2 9-inch
circles ;'h a generous amount of
etween Ihem Make a rim
-^^^^^ h circle 1 inch higher than
2 tablespoon- \ inegar or lemon Ihe center part, and inch wide
iki at 27! di greet F for l hour,
ben nil 111 the heat, open the
oven door, *'m\ let the meringue
in the cooling oven for 30
minutes. For the Meringue Shells.
juice
1 teaspoon vanilla (optional)
Combine the egg whit e .- and
cream of tartar in a large mixing
nt detail- are learned, the home bowl Beat until the mixture be
a variety of cake- conn- foamy-white and doubles in
\olume. If an electric beater i-
USed, beat at medium speed. When
the white- are doubled in volume
increase the speed slightly, and
gradually begin to beat in the
look can serve
tookies, lortes. and desserts to
Ihefs. Egg Whites, sugar, and air
the chief Ingredients of all of
me
spread the hatter on the waxed pa-
pel in 12 oi|ual circles some dis-
tance apart Bake at 275 degrees F
tor 4(i minutes, then remove from
the oven. Carefully invert both
lortes pie bases, and shells on a
'4 teaspoon cream of tartar
r.' teaspoons vanilla extract
. cup sifted super-fine sugar
I :: cup finely ground walnuts.
firmly packed
. up semi sweet chocolate
I ecei
II cup hot water
l cup whipping cream (heavj
Beat the egg whites. '. teaspoon
salt, the cream of tartar.
and Vi teaspoon ol the vanilla until
the peak- just begin U) form A
tablespoon at a time, beat in the
sugar, and continue to beat unt.i
the meringue is stiff and the sugar
completely dissolved. Fold in the
nuts, spread in a greased 9 inch pie
pan Have the meringue about .
inch thick on the Ivottom and build
Refrigerati ..: It aal 4 h Mira
before serving ITu pie may he
kept in the refrigerator for .'i
- i r it ma) i '!!
the 4 hours of chilling It
licio is erved frozi n, or as s
it is thawed. Sen es 8,
Art Gallery
To be Opened
Temple Beth Sholom Art
h rj will open Its season w in
exhibition bj Marshall Smitl
Coconut Grove. Opening of ti
lerj will coincide with the opi
of the Sisterhood's season
11 \ ities,
Smith was oorn in Miami iv 1932
and i- sell taught. He has exhib-
ited in Atlanta. Ga.: Albany, V.Y.;
is completely dissolved and stands
in stiff peaks. The meringue
iem. For different uses
ingues are prepared with slight gar. about 2 tablespoons at a
Variations in the proportion of su- After all the sugar is added, beat in
a- to egg white, and in the meth the salt, and the vinegar or lemon
of beating Vanilla may be used juice. If vanilla is desired for fla-
lor flavor Sometimes cream of tar- \or add it now. and select vine-
_i added to stabilize the egg gar in place of the lemon juice
rhite. Vinegar or lemon juice, or Continue beating until the sugar
little of lx>th are added to keep
je meringue white and creamy
taper-fine granulate jype recommended for use with
ruits and cereals, should be used,
it dissolves completely more
luickly tlian regular granulated
igar
Because the egg white must con
im absolutely no trace of yolk.
i- suggested that the eggs be
operated one at a time. If a drop
yolk should get into the whites,
jmove it with I small piece of the
^g shell Separate the yolks and
ihues as soon a- the eggs are re
koved from the refrigerator, but
in greater volume, let them siand
intil they reach room temperature
tfore begining to beat.
And now. let's begin with a
lam meringue which can be used
I base for a S.haum Torte. me-
Igue shells, or an Angel Pie. Then
can try a superb dessert, a
tocolate Walnut Angel l'ie which
variably brings forth raves and a
Iquesl for the recipe.
latic Merinqw* for Schaum Torte>,
At>gl Pie, and Shells
6 egg whites
1 teaspoon cream of tartar
2 cup- super-fine granulated
sugar
- teaspoon salt
'omen Planning
'ashion Show
lere on Sept. 9
'.: Hare D kei fui raising
". ii
ii ress
kick-off lui
I rtj I fasl si "'A
f a will be held
S pi 9, 11' 30 |> m
itorium >! o r
I
i,\ donation
I : ..:.: | Stamp Bo k Mr- J I
i". K| lerque, nl of
^- Louise Wise Chapter, will be
lan man for the daj
i) he sides about 14 inch above
the surface of the pan. Bake at .-an Francisco and Seattle. Calif;
275 degrees F. for 1 hour. Remove and in Ft. Lauderdale. He i- rep-
c su large nu'k. remove the paper, and from the oven and cool completelv. resented m various collection- (
time. uvrt 'h(> circles on Pla,es- CoGl In the top of a double boiler, over local art lovers and in the
thoroughly 'rhose may he frozen, hot water, stir the chocolate pieces. Museum of Modern Art.
water, and remaining salt until the Mrs David Dnickcr is chairman
chocolate is melted and completely
smooth. Remove from the heat and
add the remaining vanilla. Cool.
Whip the cream until it will hold in
peaks. Fold into the chocolate until
thoroughly blended. Pour into the
At serving time, fill the shells with
ice cream sweetened whipped
cream, or sliced fruit.
Chocolate Walnut Angel Pie
tl egg whites
'4 teaspoon salt
01 the Beth Sholom Art Gallery,
and vice chairman is Mrs lack
M Fink. Sisterhood president is
Mrs Seymour Sitverman. Chair-
man of the Festival of the Arts is
Mrs. Meyer Fggnat?.
ler Tamid Ladies
;iate K.ck-Off
\' i. id Sisterho .1 kick-off
pneheon will be hi I I on Tuesdaj
on m ski.ir Auditorium.
|Card games will continue every
Resdaj at the same time and
Pace to enable members to at-
tin their donor goal.
Donor chairman is Mrs. Alice
runs Lunoheon chairman is
rs. Jack Grevnberg.
.o-chairnien are Mrs Harry
|Hter and Mrs Jack Yasman.
fsident is Mr- Eugene Schwarz.
>e Film Series
P>esUny," second film in the
tni Public Library's Take Four
will be shown "Thursday,
t. 9. at 8 p.m. No tickets are
aired for the series A silent
|rie borrowed from the New
Museum of Modern Art Film
iry. "Destiny" was directed
ntz Lang and starred Lai Dag-
GOOD THINGS IN LIFE
Bagels...and Good Coffee
No taste in the world satisfies like a bakery fresh
bagel...and a cheering cup of Maxwell House
coffee. Both are constant, unchanging and match-
less in the joy they give each in its own, a tradi- / tional favorite in Jewish homes.
.IN%TAM
MAXWELL HOUSE
IN STAN T 0 K K E <; I I A R
Good to the Last Drop!
Maxwell
house
XWELL
HOUSE
oorrs*
K meant Kosher. Under supervision ol
Rabbis Htrsch Kohn and Bernard u /.


?=$e S-B
*Jmistfk>rHtori
Fridary. September 3
1*5

SriJes Give Up JHiss' am/ $*com* \Mrs
Ten Joar. Fe*ff wa at-
I an empire g**ii of te
rlisa net raneroidered wsta
tf-. an and ribboB
Uc-e i.nd a lung mantilla of naateh-
!aee when site exehan2ed
^el/fen* vows Kh Edward Isa-
or.re Lenten on Thursday. Aug 26
a S pi.
Carrying a cascade bouquet of
white orchids *hite rc->*s and
etcpanianm. she was giver, m mar-
riage by her I "is the
daughter of Mr and Mrs Ednard
i i- Ike I t of Larefifnor.". N Y .
wh*r* tbe edoir ^ took ;4ace
The groom n uV- -io of Mr and
Mrs sam Le-.iter. ;7j SH' 18th St..
V..-.
Maid of honor Miss Lvnn
*r. oi Lai v-nom.
ittv:- n Lev-
n. of Mc of the hride-
B
i rente .' V i r. i M. S a .-. C :
wiener Lan

SCI
i
I
Newt) *ed Mi I i- a grad-
h School.
I ridi -.'m is a .-d-ius'e
Florida,
fee r i BS -. a
was affihatad with Tau Ep
J'fii Fraternity and is now as->oci-
ttted with an electrical salt,
lactunng corporation in Mt. Vern-
D V
Reception honored the couple on
Saturday Aug 28. at the Foun-
Uinnead in New Rochelle. NY.
Moyer-Otchin
The former Charlotte Toby Ot-
ehin and John Dexter Mover will
I. :. '.ainesville. Fla after thei-
* Nassau
The couple exchanged wedd .
day, 4 SO o'clock, be-
lore Kronish at Tern-
i .' Sholom
The I the daughter of \l
'.'
' 1
' F
Earl I
i
act i
. -i- *
-norary
KM. fOWAtD V/T

W f
-t ,.
v.
mas. johh moil*
- gradated from Mi-
7h< ...or at the I ni-
ard w;!l begin
\iork -"'" ln
Cocoa High
School.' he served three years in
the Arm> Engineer Co
Dinm ed the wedding at
the Algiers Hotel.

Brooks-Btodiky
After a tour throws1! Florid
and Mr Sam Brooks will live in
Miami Beach
The former M visan Ellen
Brodsky and her husband ex
charred waaaanafl anew befiwe Rev
Abraham Senf at noon Sunday \\v:
n the Alee n
The bride i* the daughter of Mrs.
Rajtfe Bro^k-. and Ihe late Mr.
r : Bernard P.- -f 1000
'-. e.
Thx Ir. and
Mrs M irrij Brooks
nor \ nna
Kuetz A
S
an'
For .
A-l.rx' |
laUce "f lace .^iv
a L"j::ci-t-t oi uh.te m
The new Mr- Brooks .
ate of Miami Beach Huh School.
Mr Brook- is also a Murr.i
Beach High graduate and etfc
the l'niver-it\ of Miami lie .
pan time employee of the C it
M.ami Beach Recreation Liepac:
ment.

Zweig-Frieiiman
Mollie Dee Friedman became
Mrs Martin Edward Zweie en
Sunda\, Aua 29. at Temple Beth
dean. Rabbi Leon Kronish offi-
ciated at the 5 o clock weddiiu
The bride i- the dauthter of Mr<
Doroths Fne Artie Friedman, of 2429 No. Me-
in Ave. The graotn is bbe
:ijn and the
late
\ve
the couple will be at hone
.-" Meridian Ave Mian
Th>- brkfc Miami
Beach Huh S<-h^)l and l
the L'niver-ity of Floi will
-raduate from the L'nivi
Miami in January.
The | nf ,,i a]
GaMaa High School and she vsiur-
t'n School of Finance at the L'ni-
nty of Pennsylvania. iu- also
attandad the (iraduai. School of
1 inance at NW York l'ni\er>it;
lie i- a registered repres-nt,,.
live of Bache 4 Co., Surf side, and a
;.. rtner in the Zwei. Realty Co.
of Cleveland. O
*
Berman-Baskind
Rabbi Laon Kromsh officiated at
the 2;3<1 o'clock rites uniting Mis-
-h L>nn Baskind
an <>n Sun-' ^ '
; le Beth Sholom
The bride, daughter of Mr
\t>s Fmanuel J Ba
NF 7th I'l >h..-e an

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THERE
ONLY
IS-s^^,^
ONE i
'bntainebleau
noTiL imh macm. n saaae
CMb
PAiay
USTiR
BANQUCT MANAGCIt
JE'fcrnn t-HII
OH -THSt OCKAM AT 44th flTRBET MIAMI SMACH. CA,j
Wi rnar-Katan
Af. mo J. BIRMAN


mm. SAM BROOKS

MRS. MARJ1H 1

in candi. *~int
en with lace bodi
ntd a bouquet ol :.it. .
mated frorr. !
High School, wht r- .
: Future Teach< r
and se<-!heart of Am
and attende.1 tie
i In ida, Mian .
ow a v
r,;ver-;*\ ot Miam-
?room. son >>l V
!> Herman B*
anted from Nor. d Hi*
- iaol and alien.ld
-ity of ^'^lrlda. v* h rr
mi mber of Tan Baei
the Legislative Council | k; ^
ii d e n t at the 1
da
' honor
id!nh Bridesir,-.
\ n n e Fi.rro \!..
M -- .i
-' man w^- m,
M>n>n Bernian
kind
i 'nil.....!
11 mple Beth S
^ in Jain... -|
in
Goodman-Ehod
nd Mr- HaffoM Goo I
live ni Caral i..ii>ie- .J
ihanmd vowa >' Sunda}
a! the Biaca) ne I en !
Raboi Morris El j
m a d Ihe on.ie is tn> dauthte I
..ii.: Mrs Bernard l : I
I Miami, ami r. j
Jer of Mrs Ulurn' SI ]
ore Mi
dman. 51" I
iv< Coral Gabli
Mrs Goodman telecti
.' 'i in ']
Desigi
-- lines, it feal
el

tirt
Ccntmued on Followin <
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T^~y t't *i ~ "f
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tolOOOaaMfi M
>:ftJy p(*fiwed m tnt c .
dacou'.ed Cotunon Room. Trey il t"ang* tor
whatever tpaca >ou taov t*. Call
Mr. TiicJwir at JUfanon 6M38U for tat
Mit f jr.cucn youVa Ml ha3i
a Ota*
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iday
, September 3, 1965
U^UtthrMlur
Page 7-B
V
Jc,
Qivc
f ^// f '/f // "* She received her Bachelor of
# /I /wit___ / //// K'luciition degree cum laude from
^y*-P <~y WtlSS JOy * r she* WM ;t mi)mltr nf A< Kl s-1/ \
,r attendants were
,s n I hon-

[continue from Preceding P*9.
terminated Into a chapel
....... was "t many tiers
i ,.,uh Illusion at-
net ol al
......' with tins
L)n loo n ; r lyerbooV
bouquet of white
her il
I of I
f Bi
,)f honor Brideamai la
and Cand) Good-
. ,, 'oom
,s Martin Bell, broth-
n !-;. r- in-
II ,i Marks, brother-ih law
el Yanchuck and
r
. pan tating in the eere-
ncluded Mrs Lillian SUhl,
iii>rnal granctaiolaaf t tha bride.
:,.u Mrs i."xlman is a -Tad
Miami Senior rfigh School
, attended I h ? Ualva*ait| t
I where she was a irtemlier
i 11 a Phi Kpsilon. Sh.- u.is
L. ,..,ii of Hurricanes AZ.\ and
I ng aacratary <>f Debs BBG
rin. her high school years she
I graduate from the L'mver
Mi.iini in January with a
lor-s degree in math
frMNtmtM srsdueted from
l Senior High School and v.;. -
ding secretary <>f Hillel
;\ He attended thai l'niver~it\
i I |tj ol Miami this year He
:tend medical school.
! ill the I S Nan for
I s ,ui board the USS Kiti \
t where he was a radar tech
he was a member of ACEI, SEA
and Gamma Sigma Sigma, She has
been a l sy advisor. Young Ju-
I leader and Sundaj S<
her, p r o g r a m director and
principal She i- ite oi the
li.ivim Greenberg reachers Insti-
tute at Jerusalem, Israel
The groom i- a graduate of the
l nivrr-itv oi \ ii glnia ami served
as personnel administrative spe
cialteM anil psychologist's assist-
ant In the Amu. .1 Forces He has
been a Dade County teacher I
Ihe past five years and is current-
Ij taking a leave ol absence to
work on his Master's degree at
Teachers College, Columbia Uni
VI i -ity. where the couple will live
for the coming year.
Out-of-town guests included Mrs.
I.ihby Charnin. New York, grand-
mother of the bride; Mr, and Mrs
Stanley Uaron. Philadelphia, sister
and brother-in law of the groom;
Mr. and Mrs Irwin S VanOs, Nor-
folk, Va Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Si-
mons and Mrs. Irvin Rosenberg,
Columbus, Ga; Mrs. Irving risen-
Rian, Long Beach. L.I ; Mrs. Na-
than Karish. Lot AngalOS; Mr. Ben
Charnin and Mr. Harold Fremer,
New York City.

\\ r K 11 i
ackman-Gusewich
and Mrs Bruce Bar- in
an chose Las \ agaja and 1 oa
I their honeymoon tOttr
I i iier Miss tila Otjaaarlcli
I Packman exchanged wed
| owa "ii S.ilui-day. Auif. 28.
a .dock, ..i the inl.ido Hotel.
th Rabbi Max I.ipschitz oflici
1"
bride is the daughter of Mr
I Mrs. .i.i oto (luscwich. lono
I' in \w Miami l'>each The
parents are Mr and Mr-
r v H Packman, oi 15960 NK
'. I Miami
I "i bonot "as sarita R'izen-
Bi Idestnaida included hfa>
Ique TeisehJer, Sara GofUtakM,
Rosenthal and Sandy
frisht.
- man .i> GeoCaray Kemp
I' ind Ushers included Robert
I Paakaaaa and Gar-
m Ciwewich
l hi I ridegro m attended the
m\ersit) ol Miami, a h e r e ha
irned a BBA degree in accounting
\\. t.. Kuhn
mm. HAKOIU GOODMAN
tbi^ year He is a graduate of M.
ami Beach Huh school.
The gram received his BBA de-
cree at the University of Miami
maxna cum laude. At the univer-
sity he won the NBT Honey Award,
for top junior in the Business
School; llaaaJna and Sells Account-
ing Kxcellenre Award; Dad.-
County Chapter of CPA1 Award,
tor lop senior accounting student;
Upha Kappa 1'si Award, to top
ir in the Business School; and
the Beta Alpha Pal National Aca-
demic Award.
V the university. lie was presi-
dent of Beta Alpha Pat national
^counting honor.il>. vice presi-
dent Beta Gamma Sigma, aetlosa
,i buataaas hoaorerj; senior ad-
visor to Phi Kta Suma. national
men's academic honorary; <>mi-
en Delta Kappa, national men s
l, aderaMp honorarj. ami Phi
Kappa I'hi. I'niversitv of Miami
Honor SOCiet)
He is presi-ntlv a graduate a-
si-t.int and teacher in accounting.
. i,d recently passed all lour parts
of the CPA examination on his
lirst try
Reception followed the wedding
at the DiUdo Hotel
rVossermon-Charnin
Harriet Sue ( harnin and David
Louis Wasseraaaa exchanged wad-
ding vos Sunday Aug. 36, in Ihe
( oronatiOD Room ot the Barcelona
nuT K-- hn
MtS. BKUCt PACKMAN
Hotel Rabbi Alfred Waxman ami
Cantor Stanloy Kixlner performed
the double ring ceremony. The day
also marked the 25th anniversary
of the brkla's parents. Mr. and
Mrs Sidney Charnin, of 5981 sw
12th St Miami.
The groom is the son oi the late
\.i and Mr- Fred Washerman, ol
Norfolk. \
The bridal gown was fashioned
of white satin and alcncon lace
The formal-length gown touched
the floor and was styled with a fit-
ted bodice, lace outlined scoop
neckline and Jong point-on-hand
sleeves The bodice had a large
applique above the tat-in cummer-
bund, and a wide lace panel was
overlaid down the front from
waist (0 floor. The detachable train
was also appliqued with the lace
and fell chapel length from the
w aist.
The bridal veil was held in place
by a cluster of lace petals anil was
la multi-tier of silk illusion She
[carried a cascade bouquet oi white
rose- and violets and a silver Bible
she brought back from Israel.
Mrs .lack Weiss served as ma
Inn of honor Mrs Fred Wiaaar
man, Mtaa Ruth Brotman and Miss
Elaine Weiss served as brides-
maids.
Dr Fred Wasserman, the grom's
brother, served as best man. I sh
era were Robert Charnin, Jack
Weiss and Fred Wasserman
Man Weiss was tn<- ringbearer
Frances Wasserman and Roberta
Weiss served as flower girls
The ST ate is an honor graduate
of Southwest Miami High School,
where she was president ol FT A
vice president of 8NHB, treasurer
of Tn M. and member of NGS, a
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Saturday. Aug. 28. 7:3fl p.m.. at
the Duponet Plaza Hotel.
The bride is the daughter of Mr.
and Mrs Harry Rosen. 230 Shore
Drive E Miami. The groom's
parents are the Fred P Greenes, of
1504 Wilev st. Hollywood, Fla.
For her wedding, the bride chose
MKS. MlLVm GfltNt
i a Bianche gown of peau de sola
and a 1 e n c o n lace bodice an 1
i.wves.
Matron of honor was Mrs Shay
ina Melnik. Miss fcbbte (ireene was
maul of .honor Bridesmaids Includ-
ed the- Misses Carol .lane Shaftori
' and Jo Ann Wasman.
' Allan Schemblum was best man,
and ushers included Kenneth Ro-
sen. Richard Rosen, Alan Ri Ml
strauch, and Drew smith.
Newlywed Mr- (ireene gradu-
ated from M i a in i Senior High
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WOMAN OF THE WEEK
Eve and her husband. Dr. Doran ZilUter, wore "pen
pals" for seven years. Eve's sister moved to Akron, and
her husband's friend said he was writing to a girl in Cal-
ifornia, so he might just as well write to a girl in Florida.
He wrote to Eve. At the end of three years, they met,
didn't like each other, but continued their correspondence
for three more years. The next time they met. they loll
in love. They were married while Doran was still in dental
school at Ohio State.
Eve was born in Jacksonville, but moved to Miami in
1935. As a youngster, she was always spending her allow-
ance for bandages and adhesive tape, and played at being
a nurse. However, she was advised not to take up nursing
in order to avoid being on her feet too much. At Miami
High School, she was president of
her sorority, Tri Beta, for three
years. She felt that if it was good
enough for President Franklin D.
Roosevelt to have a four-time
term it was good enough for her.
Later, she worked at Morris Bro-
thers store as a jr. jr. executive
assistant to the comptroller.
Doran is a practicing dentist,
who also does research work in
dental decay. The Zinners have
three children, Michael. Karen
and Donald. They live a Bohe-
mian type of life in a lovely neigh-
borhood, refusing to be a regi-
mented or regulated family. Eve
can change her mind four or five
times about what to have for din-
ner and then have it changed entirely by one of the family
at the last minute. She is a quick kind of cook. The fam-
ily all like French cuisine, but are satisfied with steak and
chops because of the difficulties in gourmet cooking in a
kosher home.
Friday night is always a traditional dinner, and all of
the holidays are observed. All have a strong religious
feeling and belong to Temple Judea. The children are hav-
ing a basic Jewish education. Everyone stays up late in
the Zinner house; so they act accordingly. The children
themselves take naps after school in order to stay up late.
There is a large bar which is part of the living room and
serves as a round table where the family can sit around
and discuss books, television, world affairs and plan fish-
ing trips.
Once. Eve was at a luncheon of four or five tables.
The mah jong tiles were clicking, the women were also
clicking away and. as a last straw a horn began to blow
outside. That ended card playing for Eve. From then
on, it has been no cards, except for an occasional game of
bridge. The Zinners do not like night clubs but prefer
theater and go to all the concerts, opera and ballet Eve
has also been active with the Miami Youth Symphony.
The Zinners like to travel to different places. They
have been to Mexico, Central America and the Islands.
One of the biggest arguments they ever had was when
Doran wanted to bring back a hand-carved door from Nic-
aragua. (He didn'ti. They have a lab in their house where
Eve says she is the en and and clean up girl. She has
learned science by osmosis. Doran likes for her to be with
him and explains just what experiment he is doing and
why. Eve confessed about her Husband's success in being
the first to discover the bacteria that causes tooth decay
and the other wonderful discoveries he is makinu
Km- is current president of the Women's Auxiliary of
Cedars of Lebanon Hospital. She was a charter member of
the Auxiliary and on the board. She did her in service
work and came up through the ranks. As Eve sees it. To
be able to live the way you want, and yet to give of your
self to your community, that is like having your cake and
eating it too."
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Continued from Page 7-B
and attended Stephens College il
Columbia. Mo., majoring in uner-
'' The groom went to South Brow
ard High and received a BS degree
from the UniversitJ Oi Florida
where he served as secretarj i
[.nance oi the Studeni BoJj mm
Was a member Ol Alpha EpSllOll
Pi Fraternity and '.'v.- I S, Arm>
Reserve He is now associated with
a Miami accounting firm.
Dinner followed the ceremony :<
the Dupont Plaza. After a honey-
moon in Jamaica, the couple will
live at 3130 SW 27th Ave Miami
Kornreich-Bregman
David Victor Komreidl and .loan
Kuth Bregman exchanged wedding
vows before Rabbi Jonah K. Cap-
Ian on Wednesday noon. Aug
the home of the bride and her par-
ents.
The new Mrs. Kornreich is the
daughter of Mr. and Mrs Elmer
Bregman. 10281 E. Bay Harbor Dr
Her husband is the son of Mrs.
Sadie Brown, of Miami Beach, and
Mr. Anton Kornreich. of South
Gate, Calif.
A luncheon in the couple's honor
followed the ceremony at the Fon
tainebleau Hotel.
Maid of honor was Miss Sandra
Schwartz, and Leonard Kornreich
acted as best man.
For her wedding, the bride chose
a short white wedding gown and
carried a bouquet of white orchids
surrounded by white butterfly
roses.
Newly-wed Mrs. Kornreich went
to Miami Beach High School and
graduated from the University ot
Miami with a Bachelor of Educa-
tion degree. At the I" of M. she
was a member of Alpha Epsilon
Phi Sorority. College Board, and
was Princess of the Army ROTC.
Mr Kornreich also* went to Mi
ami Beach High, and received a
BA degree from the University of
Miami, where his fraternity was
Pi Lambda Phi. He is presently
going into his senior year at the
New York I'ni versify Law School,
where he is affiliated with Phi
Delta Phi.
Short honeymoon followed the
couple's wedding They will live in
Cedarhurst. L.I., and the bride will
be teaching in Kreeport. L.I
r
lakarin-Karlin
After a wedding trip to Ocho
Rios. Jamaica, the former Miss
Elaine Mania Karlin and Dr Stan
ley Leonard Zakarin will live in
.Miami.
The couple exchanged weddii
vows before Rabbi Sol Landau at
Beth David Synagogue in
day, 8:30 p in.
The bri le is the daughter >f Dr
and Mi,. Samuel Karlin. _'4.">!
Brickell Ave the groom is the son
Ol .Mrs Minna Zakarm in
late Louis Zakarm. no So Pros
pect Dr Coral Gables
Maid of honor was Mis, \ata
Karlin Robert Zakarin act!
be si man. I'&ers Include
Richard Sachs, Dr Bernard Katz
Dr. Anthony Bellomio, Dr David
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b oai B'rith Girls Group will soon ot South Florida; Jo Anne Wilder,
bt saving for various colleges. AUbama; Judy Haber, Sophie
Judy Clein. and her parents, Mr iNewcomb; Barbara Elrod. Dade
an' Mrs. Ben Clein, hosted a group Junior; Sandy Srokar, South Flor
for a slumber party at her home ida; Shari Posner. Jackson School
at SW 118th St. for the last time of Radiology; Valerie Fineburg.
ibelo-e school starts. ] Gainsville; and Judy, who will at-
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For her wadding, th.' bride ,.,,,,
a candlelight s.it.n sheath gown
featuring; reambroklered a
Lace lack.t
1,ie bride graduated from \
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Da le O untjp chool system
Ihe gro :n in a gradu iti
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Mr. and Mrs I r win G
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in TuscaJoosa, Ala., follow i
;. moon trio pan] in Nev
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The former Mian Karen Eil<
Daum and her new bnab
h mged < wj at Beth Torah i
on before Rabbi Max
MBit! <>n Saturday. Aug. 28 9
For her wedding, the bridi
i. the daughter of Mr and Mn
Melvin Daum. 17630 NK 17th (,'t .
hail M her maid of honor In
ter. Sandra Daum. Bndesm.r,
was Marsha Coldstem. liatef the groom. Bridesmatrons were
Roberta Sheets, cousin ol
bride, and Joann Virsid.i Lisa
Goldstein, sister of the groom. wa<
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Continued from Preceding Page
junior bridesmaid. N&ocy Boren-
stein, cousin of the bride, was
Qov cr irl
Best man l< the groom, who l-
the KM Of Mr. and Mrs Joseph
i stein, of Montgomery, Ala .
was his brother, Dsvi<| Goldstein.
L'shers wen First l.t Martin
Kaufman, Second LI Herman Kab-
Miss Levinson
Dec. Rites
Mr and Mr- Courtney I) Levin
son, "f LOW Obiapo Avo. Coral
<>iib es, announce the enKH*nent
oi their daughter, Barbara, to Rich-
ard A Gruodstein, ion nf Mr. ami
Mrs Joseph J GrundMein, of
Flushing, N V
A December wedding is planned.
to if. Mike Bkunenfeld an,! Bill
Stahl.
The bride is a graduate of the
L'niversitj of Alabama, where she
was affiliated with Al| ha Bpdlon
Phi Sororitj She received a BS
degree in education
The groom received a s degree
in biology, also a: the Univi.
"i Alabama.
I).nncr followed the wedding
Eyes
Beth Moshe
Ladies in Events
Beth MojlM Sisterhood held a
board mect.ng at the Temple on
M o n d a \. Sisterhood president.
Mrs Bert .Streit. conducted the
meeting Plan-, were formulated
for the organization's Sept. 13
gathering
Siiteiihixic held a membership
tea at the BOHM of immediate past
president, Mrs. Jay Rand. 830 ME
153rd Ter. Aug. 23 Mrs Rand was
assisted by vice president in
charge of membership. Mrs Stan-
ley Tambox.
Guest! at the tea were Mes-
dames Libby Elkind. Lots Harris,
Shirley Krell. Martha Morgan. Eft-
telle Nemenyl, Frances Hersh.
Abbe Barbour. Diane Rosakoff.
A dele Ormstein and Rhoda Willis
Mrv Streit welcomed members
to the event
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MISS DAli Bill MAN
Dale Berman. to Roger A. Gandall.
=on of Mr and MrsT Irving Gan-
Nursery School
'Pop Corn* Party
Invitations lor the Opening Pop
*' rn" party of the Nursery School
oi Temple Beth Sholom were sent
ti> j list of some 40 youngsters who
make up the student bod) of the
school, according to on announce
men! by Mrs Tobias Simon, direc-
tor of the .< Opening party took place on Sun-
day, in 30 a m., in the Nurser)
School Regular classes started on
lay, Aug. 31.
Assisting Mrs. Simon in her dl
rection of the Nuraer) School this
year ar( Mrs Gerald Koppele and
Royal Flagg Jonas The
i a ted under the w
Sholom Board of Edu
i Uon hi m rich Mrs Irving B.
K.i,>!.in i> inanman.
Dale Berman's
Betrothal Told
Mr and Mrs. F. Allen Becker,
5225 Collins Ave.. announce the
engagement of their daughter.
Roger A. G
Mr* Irvini
del, of 20 Island Ave.
Miss Berman graduated from
Miami Beach Senior High School
and attended the University of
Florida and Ohio State University,
and is a member of Alpha Epsi-
i..n phi Sorority.
Mr Gandall was also graduated
from Miami Beach Senior High
and attended the University of
Florida. He m presently a student
at the University of Miami.
A September wedding is planned.
New Offices for Agency
Avrutis vs. Simons,
'.-in', agenc). announces the
i pening of new offices in the Mi-
ami Herald Building, One Herald
Plaza tixtl I
Pharmacy Group
Plans Functions
Alpha Zeta Omega Pharmaceut-
ical Auxiliary will hold it-s first
meeting of the season on Sunday,
Sept 5, 7 30 p m at the Mont-
mat Ire Hotel
Annual scholarship will bd*pre-
sented to the pharmacy student
sponsored by the Auxiliary .it the
College of Pharmacy. University
of Florida Mrs Albert Levite will
make the presentation
The Auxiliary i. also plannir
luncheon for members and guests
on Sept at the Holiday Inn.
BrickeU Ue Mrs F. Weinstein
\ ill re\ lew "Fiddler on the R
with musical background.
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AJCong. Radio
Program Sunday
The fifth In a series of the Pa-
eem in Terns i Peace on Earth)
I rograms sponsored by Agenda for
Action ,.t Amerl ui Jewish Con-
tress will l>c aired on Sunday. 5
i1 in over Station W'MIK. Mme.
Vijaya Laskshimi Pandit. Gov-
N'aharashtra, India, and
: o i ui r president of the United
Nations General Assembly, will
continue her discussion. "Require-
enU i ir Peace The institutional
.'" with Pietro Nenni,
Deputj Prime Minister of Italy.
Beth Sholom
School Opening
Elementary Hebrew classes in
Beth Sholom Religious School for
nhildren beginning at age : opened
on Monday at 3:30 p.m.
Junior High Hebrew classes be-
U.'ii on Tuesday. Junior High Con-
lirmation Department will com-
ic nee next Tuesday at 3:45 p.m.,
while the Confirmation Class will
begin its course on Wednesday.
Sept. 8. at 3:45 p.m.
Sunday School classes (kinder-
garten through 6th grade), will
be formally opened on Sunday,
Sept 12. Registration in all de-
partments of the school is now in
progress at the school office, 4144
Chase Ave.
Mrs. Irving B. Kaplan, chair
man of the Temple Beth Sholom
Board of Education, said that
the school has been repainted, re-
furbished and is in excellent shape
to greet its young students for the
coming year."
Rabbi Leon Kronish is spiritual
leader of the congregation, and
Louis F. suet man is president of
the Temple
Mrs. Jennie Grossinger, of the renowned resort hotel, takes
a copy of Commentary magazine from the display set up at
Grossinger's, which is now offering free copies of the publi-
cation to its guests as a courtesy. Commentary magazine,
founded in 1945, is sponsored as a public service by the
American Jewish Committee.
Cedars Executive Named to College
Beth Israel Is
Still Registering
Moses J Crundwerg, president
Of Beth Israel Congregation, an-
nounced this week the continua-
tion of registration for the syna-
gogue's tuition free religious
school. The school is open to chil-
dren of both members and non-
.i embers of the congregation and
is tuition free without any other
obligation.
I he school has classes for be-
ginners, intermediates and Bar
Mitzvah-age students. Classes meet
in the synagogue's new air-condi-
tioned school building at 770 W
loth St Rabbi Sholom Lifchetz is
e lucational director.
Miner L. Brown, administrative
assistant of Cedars of Lebanon
Hospital, was admitted formally
to the American College of Hos-
pital Administrators on Sunday in
San Francisco.
The announcement was made by
At HA President Ronald I). Yaw.
director of the Btodgett Memorial
Hospital in Grand Rapids. Mich,
who presided at the ceremony
Brown is a graduate of St. Law-
rence University, NY., and com-
pleted the program in hospital ad-
ministration at Washington Uni-
versity School of Medicine. He
was previously personnel director
at Aultman Hospital in Canton.
O.. and a resident at Cedars of
Lebanon Hospital.
Beffi Kodesh Holiday Seats
Reservations for the High Holi-
days at Beth Kodesh are being
made now. Hebrew and Sunday
School! are in session and regis-
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week
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waiting at a meeting oi the George
Cei -hum Knights <( Pythias
Lodge on M 0 n d a y. 7:30 p.m.. at
Surfside Community Center.
Henrj Goldberg will 1 e a -1 the
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Continued from Pago IB
x-creara cheese combination
. nd Danish pastry ... He was
mpb spoeAleaa when the Nel-
took him on a tour up
through the hotels and motels on
ie Beach sWa to It Lauderdale
id hack through Miami, the l'n-
i,l back through Miami, the uni-
. ratty and Viieaya, t<> the Air-
From Miami, iie Hew to San
Francisco and then on to Hono-
,lu and the Fiji 1-lands Mr.
Seeto'a wife and 21-month-old
iter were meanwhile spend-
ig the extremely hot two month -
. 1 July and August with h'S two
isters who are married and live
1 New Zealand. .
Nelson is a consulting engineer
ore, and Mrs. Nelson is pres-
ent of the Palm-Hibiscus Islands
Garden Club, as well as chair-
nan of the Workshop ol Temple
Israel Sisterhood Son Roger
is also an engineer and a mechan-
ical contractor Amongst
:nany other projects. Nelson was
-apervising engineer on the Mi-
; mi Herald Building and consult-
jag engineer for the Miami Beach
convention Hall.
V
Ruby (Mrs. Jack) Levkoff and
daughter. Mary, have returned
:rom a trip to the Pike's Peak
: ogion of the Rocky Mountains
A poem by Ruby, written un-
1 er her maiden name of Ruby
Fogel, appears in the current is-
-.te of Voices."' with two new
es accepted for the Fall issues
1 f "Lyric" and "southern Poetry
'eview" .
b\j Isabel C^/
Beth Am Has
Study Retreat
l)r Herbert M. Baumgard. of
Temple Beth Am, led a weekend
study retreat in the Keys with the
t< achers ol the Religious and He-
brew School of the Temple.
'.rwin Marshall, acting principal
of the school, also met with the
g nip ii r study sessions.
Dr. Maxwell Dauer. chairman of
th<- School Board, announces thai
; record registration has taken
ce, and that classes from kin
garten through the 10th grade.
confirmation class, will be held
<> Saturday and Sunday mornings.
Registrations are now being ac-
<< pted every weekday and on Sun-
mor lings until noon.
students of the Post-Confirma-
tion Club, which is composed of
1 and girls who have been con-
firmed, will meet once a montii
with Rabbi Baumgard.
Hebrew School will meet on Mon-
de) and Wednesday afternoons,
with Bar Mitzvah classes held on
Tuesday and Friday afternoons
Hebrew teachers include Ceil
Wajme, >'alie Loss, I.ihhy Lisa, Mi
. lael Rabinowitz, a n d Rabb.
Baumgard
Teachers in the weekend Hoik
ii is Sol ol arc all professional.-,
d indurie Ray Bernian. Florence
rchansky, Barbara Bulbin, Ha
- .11 Fbher, Mom Goldstein. Joel
< rebin, irol Heller, Dorothy Her-
1 an Samuel 11 Dander, Ruth
1 ufmai \nn Odell, Ruth Penick
1 isc ilia Perry, Pauline Potamkin,
an Pn linaky, Ralph Gomoltn-
- j. Ha tin Leioowitz Berth I
i' Robinson, Mr and Mrs,
' irman S ng< r, Mm ay Rosen-
11 ara Weini r and Phyllis
'/. --nan
seeing the Worlds Fair and their
families in New York, are now in
Los Angeles. Calif., visiting their
daugter and son-in-law, Dr. ami
Mrs Allen Baumel. and their now
grandson, Jeffrey Steven, born
on June 7. .
Mrs. Kuth Katziff. 01 2401 SW
16th St., is leaving lor New York
to attend the Bar Mitzvah of a
nephew while up aorth, she'll
bo be visiting in Pennsylvania.
Mr. and Mrs. Philip (Mary)
Schiff are back from a most un-
usual trip that is still very ex-
citing to them First, they
drove their stationwagon up to
New York, where they picked up
five youngsters, including their
daughter. Judi, who had just re-
turned from a seven-week I'nited
Synagogue YouTh Seminar in Is-
rael The quintet, also includ-
ing Steven Weininger. of North
Miami Beaoh. Thcmas Mann, of
Hollywood. Jack Mizrachi. Jack-
sonville, and Sandy Mendelson.
Daytona. jammed into the wagon
with Judi's folks and hopped
southward to Camp Blue Star ir.
Hcndersonville, N.C.. for a I'SY
Leadership Training Institute un-
der the direction of Rabbi Allen
Rutchik. who heads United Syn-
agogue activities in the south-
east region While there, some
350 attendees discovered that the
Schiffs wore celebrating their
26th wedding anniversary and <>n
the appropriate evening burst out
in songs cf celebration and mer-
rimenl Then back he me ev-
eryone came, singing all the way
. Phil, a past president of Beth
David Congregation, and Mary
gave up their vacation to pick up
(he youngsters for the trip .
"But it's an experience, they
say, "we'll never forget
Jack and Fay Woody he's
superintendent of recreation for
the City of Miami Beach have
been welcoming home all their
rove
traveling young 'tins"
lowing the Woodys extensive
tour ol the Ori earlier this
summer, daughter ai 1 son-in lav.
Marilyn and Bert Sager. ol Soutn
Miami, flew off on a European
jaunt and visit to Greece, with
an espeeiallj happj reunion af-
terwards with their 13-yeai ol l
son. Ricky, in Israel
Ricky was a member ol a ei
en-week Bar Mitzvah pUgf
to Israel, made by more than 130
young men from all sect."
the I'nited states Theirs was
the privilege ol celebrating the
traditional age-old ceremony ol
Bar Mitzvah in the great High
Temipe of Jerusalem in a joh 1
service For Ricky and his
parents who attended, it wae the
memorable experience of a life-
time .
Meanwhile-, closer to home, sis-
tor Wendy Sager 11. attended
Camp Juliette LOW, in Clou-!
mont. Ga., under the auspices ol
the Girl Scouts of America
She. too. had lots of fun and :i
wonderful summer.
Harvey, son of Mr. and Mr
Herbert (Esther' Bhimenthai. of
Savannah. Ga.. has been visiting
with his grandparents. Rabbi and
Mrs. Simon April, and aunt and
uncle, Rabbi and Mrs. Samuel
April, here in Miami.
* *
Bon voyage party for Jean and
Sam Miller will bt hosted Sat
urday evening by their Belle
Plaza friends at the New Chez
Vendome in Coral Gables .
The Millers leave New York
Sept. 7 aboard the SS Victoria
for a Mediterranean cruise, fol-
lowed by a motor tour of Italy
France and Spain ... At Satur
daj night's party, they'll be
guests of Mr. and Mrs. Arthui
DeJong, Mr. and Mrs. George
Ilirsch. Mr. and Mrs Dan Now
man. Mr. and Mrs. Bon Selioen
ield. and Mr. and Mrs Gordon
Sherman.
Voun, aisl Joseph Bono. *2^ *
now on ehibit in tho mam omos* ola 1
Savings and Loan Assouan. 1TO1 M*n ^
he has lived and studied for the past year. -------m
Judea Youth Plan Meeting
Temple Youth Group of Temple
Judea will hold ita first nteetUi |
o| the M-a.-on Sept 12 at 7 p.m.
Officers are Mike Rose, presi-
dent: Stan Blake, executive vice
president: Sher ry Wilensky sei
rotary, and Carol Goldberg, ireas
i. or
The group has planned a year
l, ng tutorial project in conjunc-
tion with the s rtheast Federation
of Temple Youth involving a pro
gram with Francis Tucker Ele-
mental*} School in Coconut Grove
The Office "f Economic Oppoi
tunil) has arranged a workshop to
prepare the Temple IToap rot the
project
Also i lai ned la Florid* State
Workshop from Oct IS t" l" Some
.,, top officers In youth groups
out Flori la will atl i
four freedoms Auxiliary
Four Freedoms Auxiliary ol th
Jewish War Veterans will .rin*o-
a card party at the Social Hall of
the lour Freedoms House. lift")
Collins \\e on Sept 9 at 9 p ni
Spinoza Forum Meetings
The Spin >za F o r u ai for Adult
ling to meet
'I :n to 12
ii in the Auditorium of Wa
ii gtou Federal, 1234 Washington
During the month of Sc-picm-
I r. Dr. Abraham Wo If son is lec-
ti ring on Spinoza and the groat
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Chapter of llad;i*sah
Ma f'*s' shi.iI function
HOn Saturday e^emai;
v. MiT Restaurant, in-
i iliiim'i- dance, wilh
r-t-. h^ I S \
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ni of the Chapter,
ne, chose a white
'i Ions "'''x' ~ Bud i
line ruffle which ne^an
he neckline and >..
>wn the front of the
the hembne A new-
our ,,i i .i \iiv> Susan
i; a i "iiMn oi the Stones
a classic black crepe
s and with a
neckline Mrs Allan
li n slarevelesa line n
I .ui .i bateau net Idine
. trimned uiih navj
Martin Hechnun'i white
J.. c was in the A lino .sil
uih a aareow white
y.' I near the hemline de-
an insert of white silk
I tic spjiii.-ii 'nflnanjT
Mo m the black crape
Mrs hum Bloater ill r
^a> trumpet flounced, and
ir beiero featured the m
loped neckline. Mrs Jack Steins
emerald organza was made even
more later eating i>> Um atear
leog alaeves.
kjiss Universe and Miaa I S \
fT1 wi re both popular \Miii the
men. and Bracioaal) danced the
evening awaj 'iih man) ol the
guests Misa i niverse .on an
mpu < silhoui tie v nh .i v h l
smo ked i> Green velvet encircled her waist
Mizrachi Meet Wednesday
Mizraeh Hapoel Hamizrachi will
mei t Wi 2 p in .it \v-h
uiKti .i Fadei al Auditorium,
i >i u to .sol Rashin, net >i
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and terminated in a larae taw
In back. Miss is \ selected a
black and white combination in
white lace hod ice and sheath
skirt
White and silver lame were
combined in toa knit worn bj
Mrs. Milton PaUack A sleeve-
less sheath In a brilliant multi-
color print was the choice Ol
Mrs Norman Landau. Mrs Nor-
man Kn.-eh teleeted an Ivory
silk rilihon knit sheath with cap
sit eves and a jewel neckline.
Black silk crepe with V-docolle-
toga in bath traot and back was
tm n on Iftra Bal Meyeraon.
On the dance floor. Mrs, Moi
Glickman chose a-hite crepe with
self-fabric hall fringe at the
waist. Mrs Morns Herman top-
ped her pale pink silk sheath
with an embroidered white lace
OVCrblouse Muted gold was the
color on the -atin brocade Jack t
dn it -,n c led by Mrs, Marion
Uochman. lira Sam Raaan used
' tear-drop friaaji al the
line "i her bme green me* gash 1
sheath Her neckline was high
in trout .md abjnsjed to a deeol
ii-ii' dip in tin
Spiritual Leader
Rabbi Klein At
Tiferefh Jacob
Bal bi Maurice Klein i^ i
spiritual U a..' r ol lem| le l ifei
i Mi Jacob. .,(( ordin. to an .iu-
m uno 'Hint Wi dm i:.\ b] Dr
I. uis S ilhank k, president of the
l< mple.
Anticipated for the future is
senes ol late Friday night ervic-t
m.I services for the High n >h
Days.
Programs announced for KMS-66,
include posath activities, adnlt ed-i
ucation and improved Snbbath and .
Sunday Schtx 1 currinil.i
Also .iinii unced by Dr Salhanick
is a newly reno\ ated recreation.
aataaini aad Onog Maahbai ball at
the Temple A new library has
also been added to TiiereUi Ji
cob facilities
BBYO Director
To Visit Israel
Aaaeng the M participant- in the
B'aal H'riih Youth Organization'!
Stall Seminar in Israel will be
Jerry Carver, director of the Mi
ami BBYO affiliate.
'ihe If-daj .< minar was planned
and sponsored by the Jewish
ABJtAey far Israel in coo|M-ralion
with the B'aal B nth Youth Organ-
ization.
bhyo proftaaianal itaff mem-
berc will explore the problems and
h< |H's of the Holy l.an insi hand observatiotu and lec-
ture.-. They will study the youth
movement, in Israel and discus-
the values cijiiniDii to youth in Is-
rael and North America from St pt
8 to 23
Rabbi Schwartz
At Israelite C'tr.
Max Parness, president of the
I- elite I 'enter, a
merit of R a b b i S. Al v in
S h ui/ t officiate during th.'
High Holiday season beginning!
?i lichi I on Sept 19
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as estahliahed .. reputation aa
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Kabbi Schwartz will preach at
selu hot nniiin :aj ser\ ice I
Robyn Tubin Chapter
Rohyn Tubin Chapter of the Cit;
ol Hope plans a dinner and card
party Thursday, Sept. 9. 7 p.m., at
First Federal Building, NE 125th
St. and 9 th Avc
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Buber And
Israel's Future
By MAX LERNER


The death of Martin Buber has been followed by dutiful ancounts
ol his long life and the major lines of his philosophy. My own thoughts
have gone back was it five or six years or was it longer" to a little
squat man with a huge beard and flashing intelligent eyes who sat there
afternoon in his heme in Jerusalem and talked and talked. 1 don't re-
member what he said now, but I recall the style: high and conceptual,
vet (as with ot.hers in the tradition of Jewish thinkers) very shrewd and
"somehow ear:hy, but also terribly exacting, sometimes almost quarrel
some in insisting on hta own vocabulary in his own universe of discourse,
so that in the end you were left stretched, exultant and exhausted.
* *
They are leaving the stage, the grand, authentic old men of Israel,
juber is dead, and Ben-Gurion, who is still alive and fighting, is polit-
ically dead, although he refuses to know it. But the young ones have
rot yet been able to take over power, which is still in the firm hands
of Prime Minister Eshkol and his coalition.
I had occasion in Europe to touch several bases and fill in the story
of the recent crises between the Germans. Egyptians and Israelis. It was
something Buber would have both loved and scorned, for he has been a
journalist and loved the concrete and dramatu. but he always wanted
to transcend it. It starts with Nasser as Overreacher. who doublecrossed
the West German Foreign Office on the Ulbricht visit and then found
that his own Arab League wouldn't back him. As for the Germans, they
showed themselves incredibly naive in canceling the Israeli arms con-
tract on Nasser's word. But once they had their backs to the wall, they
came through with the diplomatic recognition of Israel, and despite Nas-
ser's threats the heavens didn't crack.
In some ways the most interesting role was Bourguiba's. The Tu-
nisian leader, by asking the Arabs to be realists and to accept the fact
of Israel's existence, took a big risk with his Arab League colleagues.
But while he shocked Die Nasser-Syria bloc and sent the refugee lead-
ers into a rage, the Algerians and Moroccans and Libyans played it
cool, and the Cairo conference turned out a dismal failure. Bourguiba ls
no great friend of Israel, but he Ls a man who lives in todays world.
He was fed up with the world of illusion in which those Arab leaders
live who still cling to the myth of eradicating Israel when they know it
is an opium dream.
Having messed up the whole episode, Nasser then made a remark-
able speech in which he confessed the Arabs were impotent to carry out
their dream of destruction. Nasser went on to say that only the
extension of the Arab revolution could bring Arab unity
But by definition this would mean Egyptian hegemony over the
Arab world, which neither the Bourguiba bloc nor the Ba'ath Party
leaders are avid to accept.
This means that the Arab plan to divert the waters of the Jordan
forcefully from Israeli use is now a dead letter. Nasser will doubtless
try to use the coming Alro-Asian conference at Algiers to lobby for the
encirclement of Israel. But he will again fail: the Israelis have shown
their friendship for the new nations on both continents in concrete ways
that will not lightly be forgotten.
-* -*
But Israel's troubles have not been resolved. Bourguiba's dramatic
effort to talk pea;e has had no followup. Sixteen years after the anni.-
tice agreement, then' is still no prospect of peace. Internally, the strug-
gle of Israeli parties has drawn political blood. Ben-Gurion's attack on
Eshkol. so similar in its bitterness to Adenauer's on Erhard. can
scarely be expected to bring the old lion back to power.
Hardware Firm
Purchased By
Lumber Company
North Miami Hardware & Build
ers Supply Co., owned and oper.d
ed In Max l.uber for 20 years at
8d NE 127th St.. has been pur-
chased by Renuart-Bailey-Cheely
Lumber & Supply Co.. BBC Pres-
ident Tom Bailey announced.
Established in 1345 oy Max Lu
her, North Miami Hardware &
Builders Supply is well known to
South Florida architects and build-
ers for its specialization in archi-
tectural hardware. Under Luber s
direction, the firm carried a large
selection of intricately designed
door locks, hinges, knockers and
similarly distinctive items which
architects included in building de-
signs after reviewing them at Lu-
ber's large showrooms.
Bailey said his company will
continue the business at its 680
NE 127th St. address and also use
its traditional name of North Mi-
ami Hardware A Builders Sup-
ply Co. Caroll Sanders, manager
1 for 13 years, and all of the pres-
1 ent staff will be retained.
Speaking of future plans, Bailey
said R-B-C Lumber & Supply Com-
pany will continue the emphasis
on large selections of architec-
tural hardware to serve architects
and contractors' needs. The build-
ing will be modernized shortly,
Bailey stated, to accommodate ad-
ditional stocks of construction
[ supplies.
"It is R-B-C's plan."' he said, "to
; make North Miami Hardware and
Builders Supply not only a major
showroom and sales point for ar-
chitectural hardware, but also a
source of diversified building
items for retail customers M well
as contractors."
Formed in 1361 by the merger of
Renuart Lumber Co.. Bailey's
Lumber Yards, and Cheely Lum-
ber Co.. R-B-C Lumber &"Supply
Co. is listed as one of the largest
building materials firms in Flori
TOM BAIlir
Mount Zion Burial
Site Dedication
T,. Jtcob C Cohen 'o.nmumty
Synagogue will officially dedu-. '
; I ,, ., i, for Orthodox Jcvu>,
Mount Bon <
, Memorial Park.
Dedication lervicea will be held
,, Sundaj Ocl 2. ai f> "> 'h
,V participation ol many Ortho-
dox Rabbis. Cantor Samuel \>-
.... ,;i chant a memorial
Management "f Lakeside Me-
morial l'ark is making arrange.
.,.,, f,.,- tents and seat* to ac-
commodate the hundreds of peo-
ple expected t<> attend Rabbi Ti-
bor 11 stern is writing a sp.< I
service of Sacred (.round Dedi-
t .,,.,,. copies <>( *hicb will be
available t the public.
Special burial ceremonies ol -..
cred articles will be held during
;'.,. de lication aen u aa S) nagogues
earing to participate m the service
may contact Rabbi stern.
da. Its stores r a n g e from Fl
Pierce to Key West Purchase <>(
North Miami Hardware & Build
ers Supply Co. brines its locations
to 15.
Following the purchase of his
firm by R-B-C Lumber & Suppl}
Co.. founder Luber and his wife
left for Germany where they are
vacationing The Lubers live at '
NE 118th St., Biseaync Park
Rabbi Azulay
Named Vice Pres.
Of Teachers' Unit
Rabbi Shimon Azulay. of the He-
brew Academy, was recentl)
elected national vice president of
the Federation of Hebrew Teach-
er, and Principals of America,
and named chairman of the South-
ern Region.
At the convention of the Hebrew
Teachers held in Boston. Mass
matters of vital importance to the
Hebrew educators were '.!-< ussed
CPA Institute
Elects Members
Eli Hurwitz. president of the
Florida Institute of Certified Pub-
lic Accountants, announced this
week receipt of official notice from
Clifford ( Beaaley, nninaging di-
rector "f the state orgaaixation,
that lrw.n A Bloeker. Ceorgc W.
Hess Jr Charles Kneapler. Willi-
am D May. Alan .1 Poltey, How-
ard Lee SobweiUer, Miami CPAa
and Benjamin l. 5 Venter. Mi-
ami Beach CPA, and Samuel Kon-
iH have been elected to member-
ship.
Hurwiti pointed out that mem-
bership m the statewide orgam/a
-ion is based on hi^h standards of
technical, moral, and professional
attainments The Florida Insti
tute of CPAa correlates its profes-
sional activities with those of the
American Institute of CPAs
The nra members will !* hon-
ored b> the Dade County Chapter
at ,m ...rl> date, HurwiU declared
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lucktrman
Victor Hecht
Dou'd Bergman
Jfyar ^Mitzvah
Robert Cohen
I. morning, Sept. 4.
on Mr Irving
arlyle Ave will be
.,1 I. liplv Nit Tam-
il. ., sports enthusiast, is
L{ student at Nauti-
iio[ iii i School and Temple
imxi Ri ligious School.
d guests will bo
grandmother from Brook-
Y Mrs Beckie Cohen.
epticn will a!-o in- tendered
prt's honor at Michel's Res-
ii on Sunday, Sepl .">
Heather Moriber
ther daughter of Mr and
I Moriber, of 2071 \K
ltd. So Miami, will eele-
Mitzvah < remple
i m i (I <>n Friday t\ ening,
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relatives will be held
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Larry Zuckerman
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nan, of 2110 NE l:Wth TVr ,
Miami Beach, will become Bar
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I Mitzvah on Saturday morning.
Sept I. at Beth Torah Congrega-
tion.
1 arrj will bo presented with a
:' n behalf of the Mollie K 1
haner Sisterhood
I. irrj 1- enti ring eighth grade al
John F Kenned) Junior High
s* boot.
The Bar Mitzvah reception and
dinner will he held Saturdaj
ning al the Diploma) Ccuntrj Club
Relatives fro New York will be
- t" participate in the (el
lion.
Jeffrey Castlt
Jeffrey Scott, son >f Mr and
Mrs William Castle will become
litzvah n Saturda: I t,
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. he is a men
Lttle League I as) year
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1'hilip i- in the eighth grade at
Si ith Miami Junii r High School,
and for the past tour > ears attain
ed Deerborne where
> ear he n cei ed Scholarship
Award Philip collects imps and
5, and ,- .1 F rs) I .....
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Mr. and Mrs Smith will
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His
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New Y01
Victor He-eht
\t sei vices Satui i> Sep) 1. in
B< "1 Da vi Vicl
11 n ol Mi in 1 Mrs Hecht
2511 SVi
Bar Mil;
Victor i rade student
at SI High Scl
the school
Legal.tes to Give
Views on Panel
"Free Press Fair Trial,"
cun nvolving ei-
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trial b) ill ex-
plored 'I 14, 8:30 p '
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Aceording to M b s r. pro-
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li'nai B'rith, the pr 1 r im 1- opei
tn the public, and the panel of
public offk mi- HI be moderated
by Judge Milton A Friedman.
Included on the panel will be
1 s District \ William
Meadow -. Dad 1 Attornt j
i rtein, Criminal
( our) ick Falk, Sheriff T.
A. Buchanan, w iker Gwinn, pres
1 '1 in rneys'
Ed Pierce.

band. He enjoys Bporta, especially
football and baseball.
He 1- the grandson of Mi- Es-
ther Belmonte, ol Brooklyn, N v
David Bergman
David, -mi of Mr and Mr- Man-
uel Bergman, 10881 NE nth Ave.,
No. Miami Beach, will become Bar
Mitzvah on Saturday mornin.;.
1 at Beth Torah Congrega-
tion.
David will be presented with a
Bible on behalf of the Mollie Ka-
haner Sisterhood,
David is an eighth grade stu
lent at John F. Kennedy Junior
Huh School His grandparents,
Mr and Mrs. Harry Bergman, and
hi- aunt and uncle. Dr and Mrs.
Fred Bergman, will attend the
Bar Mitzvah

Gary Perlowm
Gary Mark, son "t Mr and Mrs
Let") Perlowin, will become Bar
tzvah on iturday, Sept. 4. at
11 Adath Yeshurun
Gary 1- in eighth grade at the
Norland Junior High Sihool. He
1- lnt< reste l in football and will be
ng out lor the school team this
year He also collects stamps, and
' year received an award in
11 hery.
His maternal grandmother is
Mrs Henrietta Denkin. Among
:. m ou) ''i town will be
Harvey Denkin, of Philadelphia,

The Bar Mitzvah will be honored
a Ki i'l'i-'i al the Temple Au li
illovi ine the services
Cantor Breeh
At Beth Raphael
Cantor Saul H Breeh will render
the musical portions ol the liturgy
at Beth Raphael I itiOJ
1545 Jefferson Ave., Miami Bei
during the congregation's High
Hoi) Da) services beginning Sepl
26.
Announcement of Cantor Breeh's
appointment was made this Week
by Abash Perl, president.
Spiritual leader of Beth Raphael
i- Rabbi Zevi I. Greerrwald
Formerly with Temple Ner Tarn-
id for three years. Cantor Breeh is
a lyric tenor, who studied with
voice teachers in New York.
Perl said "we are grateful to
have had the opportunity to en-
gage -o renowned and capable an
interpreter of the liturgy as Cantor
Breeh. who will make our Holy
Da) services a memorable occa-
sion."
CANTO* SAUl BfffEH
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The Western Electric Company.
manufacturing and supply unit of
the Bell System, spent over $78
million on materials ind supplies
purchased in Florida in 1964.
1, rtei Freeman, Southern Bell's
Division Commercial manager
e released the figures Wednes-
j He said the purchases were
. le from 670 supply and carrii r
inesses in >'> '.own- in Florida
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most of the equipment that the Bell
System, including Southern Bell,
in its communication busi-
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to transistors, to electronic
switching systems.
Western Electric also serves as
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and equipme.nl for the Bell System
thai Western Electric does not
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Benjamin Movers, a past presi-
dnt of the Bureau of Jewish Edu-
l .11011. will address the tirst meet
ing of the school year of the Board
ol Directors of the Bureau on
Tuesday evening, 8:15 p.m.. at the
new offices of the Bureau. 94.U Lin-
coln Rd.
Meyers has just returned from
.\Unsiw visits to Australia. No.'
Zealand, and other -'clown under"
areas, and will discuss with the
.rd his impressions of Jewish
lift there.
Meyers is a graduate of YaU
University with a PhD degree in
mathematics and physics. He
was treasurer until recently of
the Miami Bottled Gas Company.
Meyei i- i trustee and member
, the Executive Board ol the An
lefan .nun League, a trustee ol
the Greater Miami Jewish Feders-
and member ol tin- 1 i
The meeting "ill be chaired by
.! septi i v president, who has
issued a call to the Jewish com-
munity, urging registration of stu-
its in all J< wish schools during
the coming week.
i
Rabbi Jonah E. Caplan (left), spiritual leader of Skylake Syna-
qoque, goes over the High Holiday services with Cantor
Lewis Goodman. Reservations for the High Holidays and
school registration are at Unified Hall. 2300 NE 171st St.,
every evening from 8 to 10 p.m.. and Sundays. 10 to 12 noon.
Noted Physicist,
Univ. Rector,
Dead at Age 56
ROME 1JTA1 Dr. Giulo
Racah. noted theoretical physicist
and rector of the Hebrew Univer-
sity of Jerusalem, died of a hear)
attack last weekend in Florence.
firt stop of a lecture tour of sev-
eral Italian cities. He was 56.
Born in Florence, the descend-
Best-loved Yiddish folksong, ex- ant of a family that traced its
Ul .-rant Israeli melodies, top hits roots in Italy to the First Century.
fiom top Broadwav shows all Dr. Racah fled thecountry-in 1938.
these are brilliantly recorded in when Mussolini adopted his anti-
a new manv-mooded LI' album. Semitic policies. He joined the
Manna from the World of Jewish faculty of the Hebrew University
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Beach Symphony
Elects Wien
Leonard A Wein. investment
broker and civic leader has been
named pro-tern of the Miami Beach
Symphony. He succeeds JuW
Kenneth Oka. who has been as-
signed to Japan by the United
States Department ol State.
A member Ol the I oundera i "">
ol Mount Sinai Hospital, he has
served as a traatoe since IM9 a
former vice presidenl and chair-
man of the Founders Club, he is
currently its secretary
He is president of the Pspani-
icolacu Cancer Research Insti-
tute of Miami, trustee and chair-
man of the Development Finance
Committee of Variety Children's
Hospital, and a trustee of the
Art Institute of Miami and the
Museum of Art.
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stars.
The singers and instrumentalists.
Iieadliners of national and inter-
national repute, include Richard
Tucker. Skitch Henderson. Andre
Previn and Johnny Mathis. Israeli
artiste; are represented by Yaffa
Yarkoni, Geula Gill. Rivka Raz.
The recording spans the genera-
tions from Aaron Lebedelf. one Of
tlie all-time greats of the Yiddish
Theater, to such scintillating new
groups as The Glad Singers and
The Village Stampers. Even fa-
later became dean of the faculty
of sciences, and. in 1961. rector of
the university.
A member of the Jewish un-
derground before establishment
of Israel, he had served as depu-
ty commander of the Haganah
on Mount Scopus, where the He-
brew University was then lo-
cated, during the War of Libera-
tion.
Dr. Rarah's field w a s atomic
snectroscopv, the study of varlouf
in*.- \ in.ivc 3iuiirveis. i-.wii i,-- f ,
vorite Fiddler on the Hour songs. Particles. The -Racah co
us well as themes in.,,. "Milk and efficient.' a geometric quantitj
Honey.' 'Exodus" and "My Kan connected with atomic structure.
Lady" (in Hebrew., are in'the al used bj scientists the world over,
bum Dr. Racah was chairman of the
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Harmony Lodge
Schedules Film
Harmony Lodge of B'nai B'rith
will meet Monday, Sept. 13, 8 p.m..
at Beth Torah Congregation.
Featured will be a showing of
the film. "Let My People Go
ram vice president of the
chapter is Marty Knobcl.
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children. Registration is dailv from l::"' Sl Graveid \u si
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Corporation Seals and Supplies
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Brandeis Zionist
District Meeting
First membership meeting of
the season for Brandeis Zionist
District will be Monday. Sept. 13.
8 p.m.. at Washington Federal,
Normandy !*
Isaac Donen, president, said the
meeting will combine business and
a cultural and social program.
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No. 67990C
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IN THE CIRCUiT COURT OF THE
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COUNTY INCHANCEHV
No 65C .-160
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FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
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No. 65C 8907
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IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
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IN CHANCERY
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