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The Jewish Floridian ( September 10, 1965 )

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"Jewish Floridian
Combining THt JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WUKIY
Vdume 38 Number 37
Miami. Florida. Friday. September 10. 19G5
Two Sections Price 2.*
Human Rights
Laws Receive
Shot in Arm
M-u YohK (JTAl The
K.w York State Commission on
|}iuman Rights will b* empowered
Jior the tint "me- under a new
Law which became effective this
|nk to order collection of davm-
Lgea from an individual found
|gtu!t> Of racial or religious dis-
Icrimination. The measure is the
first major revision in the New-
York State La* Against Dtscrim-
|jiation in 20 years.
]t coven discrimination in edu-
lii-tion. job*., housing and public
[i.ccommodations. The American
Ijewisfa Congress, which helped
[craft the bipartisan measure, said
I the lau would "significantly
[ strengthen" the Commission in
._ with Mich bias, would
Ic-pen > brand new phase in New
York's war on bigotry and Mm."
Another revision provides for
< temporary court order ban-
ning sue or rental of housing
n which a discriminatory act
* -nade part of the law because
Continued on Page 13-A
Propose L.S.
Army Help
Steer Youth
' KK iJTA cum
1 of in army a< aft "edu-
cultural tool" to bate-
newi omera from backward
>nlent Morris Abrani.
rii an Jewish Commit-
' this week that the
follow that example
o educal its underprivileged mi-
He sjid not many of the "un-
educated, functionally Illiterate,
onski ted and rudderless" per-
leu involved in recent rioting
m Los Angeles, Chicago, and
othe, cites were beir.g selected
for national service. He pointed
out that during World War II,
many men who would be
'c-ti-d unfit by today's stand-
arcs were jel.cted and served."
it. i bj p r > < ii t
Continued on Page ISA
Dayan, Tsur in Rafi;
Mapai Rift Complete
GIN. MOSMC DAY AH
/im with Beit-Ceri**
TEL AV1V-(JTA>Former Gen
Moshr Dayan and former Cbiei
of Staff Zvi Tsur joined ex-Premier
David Ben-Gunon's Independent
Israel Workers List. Kafi. on Mon-
day.
Gen. Dayan. who resigned as
Agriculture Minister in support of tions on Nov. 3.
ership as head of Mapai and as
Premier, made his announcement
after completing talks with the
former Premier at the latter's
home here. Gen. Dayan will be
either second or third on the Kafi
list for the Parliamentary elec-
Mr. Ben-Gunon's challenge to
Prime Minister Levi EshkoTs lead-
RtPORl ON INFILTRATION
Eshkol Hopes Reprisal
Will End Arab Terror
JERUSALEM (JTAi Prime
v nister Levi F.shkoi expressed
th'- hop Sunday that the Jordan-
ian Government would take all
possible steps to prevent tin con
tinuatii n of the Infiltration of sab-
oteur-, from her territory The
terrorists have been operating
il i -.!. I] water Installations
culminating in the blowing up la-t
week of a pumping station at Kib
butz Kyal. near Kfar Saba
The Premier voiced the warning
at the weeklj Cabinet meet
w!iicli also heard a report by Chief
of Staff Yitzhak Rabin on the re
primal attai k b) Nra"l army units
late Saturday night against 11
pumping stations an.i irrigation
installations on the Jordanian side
of the border near Kalkiha
Roosevelt Hit
For Sudden
Israel Switch
WASHINGTON (JTAI Rep
J a m s Roosevelt, Ambassador-
designate to the United Nations
I nomic and Social Council, do
f< iid,(l himself this week against
criticism of his Hooae-exprei
views thai Israel as a recipient of
\\. German reparations should
re vigorous action to h-lp
ettle tht \- b refugee problem.
; ic b e | 11 when
Rep Ro elt. in a final speech
the House as oi e ol it- mem' i -
; : p ted a I mted Nations plan to
resolvt Arab Israel water differ-
ence., lie also urged nuclear de-
lallnaMon "Uting Israel as a mod-
el project and proposed UN par-
ticipation in that solution of the
Midaaat water problem.
"A real effort" to help the
Arab refugees, he said, "would
improve Israel's image. Israel
herself has collected substantial
reparations for German injuries
to the Jewish people and should
take a stronger initiative to re-
ceive and settle just claims of
the Arab refugees," he asserted.
The Israeli raid was carried
out in retaliation for the repeat,
ed sabotage acts by the El Fa-
tan terrorists operation; from
Jordanian territory against Is-
rae'i water installations. Esh-
kol explained that the Kalkilia
action was aimed at impressing
the Jordanian Government and
populace of the extreme serious-
ness c< Israel's attitude to the
continuous infiltrations by the
Arab terrorists. The Cabinet ex-
pressed appreciation of the ef-
ficiency of the Israeli military
operation, and particularly paid
tribute to the extreme caution
exercised by the Israeli troops
to ensure that no less of life oc-
curred.
In announcing the raid earlier
Sunday the Israel Army SOuKeS
man said that all Israeli troops re-
turned safely from the operation,
explosions from which were ell ar
ly heard as far away as Petah
Tikvah Jordanian positions had
opened machine-gun tire on Kib-
butz Kyal. but were silenced by
return mortar fire. The n water
pumping stations blasted in the
Israeli raid were all situated in
orange groves in the Kalkiha dis
trict. The Army spokesman said
that the Israeli tro>ps left print-
i -v addressed to Jordan
ians living in the Lordei an..
urging them to refrain from help-
ing saboteurs to cross into Israel
\. ting that all the targt ts in
jordai were ithin about a half-
rder tht spokesman
-., | n .. th entire operation last
ed Ui irters oi an hour He
Continued on Page 5-A
Gen. Tsur will resign as chair
man of the Israeli Desalination
Committee, following his decision
to join the Rafi list. He issued a
statement Monday, saying that he
agreed with the announced Rafi
goal of seeking changes in various
spheres of Government after the
election.
Gen. Dayan also said that he
still felt the split in Mapai could
have been averted if Mr. Esh-
kol's majority -jroup had wished
to do so. He said that now that
Rafi had emerged as an "inde-
pendent political movement," he
felt that it could serve as a
"good instrument" for achiev-
ing "urgently needed" changes.
He added he felt that Mapai was
for maintenance of the status
quo.
The Rail council held a meeting
last weekend, following ihe Mapai
Court of Honor ruling to expel
Ben-Gurion and three of his fol-
Contmued en Page 3-A
-*-
SOMETIME IN WINTHf
Pauls Vows
Visit Soon
By Adenauer
JERUSALEM (JTA) Dr.
Rolf Pauls. West Germany's tint
Ambassador to Israel, com me
on the riotous demonstration itfa
which Israelis greeted his presenta-
titn of credentials last month, le-
elared last weekend that "Si
bottles and placards are not '.he
right way to greet a new an:
tior."' In his first interview
'.is arrival, in the Jerusalem Post,
ttu envoy also said that, to him. '>
difference b e t w e e n "normaliza-
tion" and "formalization" ol Ger-
rr.an-lsraeii relation- was that ,r
malization cannot be made: it -
t-' grow
Describing his feelings at
: resentation ceremony, he
called two sets of reactions
.... seeing "the marvclou.
fliers'" of the Israeli honor jfa
Continued on Page e-A
-
.ol-
Mapai
Court
Party
Ousts
Honor
Gurion
TEL AVIV ;JTA> The Ma-
pai Court of Honor has expelled
irom Ihe party former Prime Ifin
ister David Hen-Gunon and three
ol his followers for creating an in
dependent list of candidates for
I ic Not. 3 municipal and Parlia-
mentary elections
The charge of splitting the em-
i attied party originally had been
made against seven Mapai person-
ties but three of them Amos
Degani, Gideon Ben-Israel and Yii
bar Smilanskyresigned last week
ook. The curt decision was ill
rected against Ben-Gurion, former
Deput) Defense Minister Shimon
Peres, former Housing Minister
lose! Almogi and Mrs Hanna Lam-
dan The- lour said last week they
were withdrawing from the hear-
ing because they found it i
virile, under court procedure- to
defend themselves against the
party splitting charges.
Court Chairman D. Herman
did not use the term "expul-
sion." He maintained that the
four leaders "gave up their
membership in Mapai" by join-
ing Rafi, the Ben-Gurion Israel
Workers List, which the court
held had been proved to be "a
separate political party." The
four left Mapai "of their own
free will, and we canrot accept
membership in two partiei at
the same time," the court held.
Continued on Page 8-A
FLOODING MAJOR SOURCE OF DESTRUCTION
Betsy Damages Institutions
Hurricane Betsy couldn't make reported swimming among the
up her mind. But by Monday night apartment buildings and hotels.
Jewish community facilities, as
most of South Florida, reported
mainly water damage.
she did a loop on the east coast of
Florida and slammed back down
to do her business.
With winds as high as 120 mph.
Greater Miami suffered more wa-
ter than wind damage in the storm
*0tt.S AMAM
'"w example
that finallv forced the city to shut-
Noting that the Arab, cojinnes ^ ^^
had rejected for "political reas- '. ,.,
ons" proposals to integrate Arabs gj^ A^nw Qn Miami Reach
into the economic life of the Ms* ^ ^^ wh autornobU<.s float
Continued on Page 9-A bag W in H*ll tides and fish
Mount Sinai Hospital on the
Beach, which as early as Mon-
day was already issuing reports
for expectant mothers to check
in ard persons in homes they con-
sidered unsafe also to take ref-
uge there, suffered extensive
plate glass damage in the lobby
and water flooding. As of mid-
Thursday, the hospital was con-
tinuing to house and feed persons
who had arrived there as early
as Monday.
With areas of the city like Key
Hi.-cayne still cut off from the rest
ol the community, including some
8<:;i residents, the refugees at Mt.
Sinai might be housed there for an
indefinite time longer.
The YM and WHA of Greater Mi-
Continued on Fici 3-A



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"Jewish Floridian Combining THt JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WUKIY Vdume 38 — Number 37 Miami. Florida. Friday. September 10. 19G5 Two Sections — Price 2.* Human Rights Laws Receive Shot in Arm M-u YohK (JTAl The K.w York State Commission on |}iuman Rights will b* empowered Jior the tint me under a new Law which became effective this |nk to order collection of davmLgea from an individual found |gtu!t> Of racial or religious disIcrimination. The measure is the first major revision in the NewYork State La* Against Dtscrim|jiation in 20 years. ]t coven discrimination in edulii-tion. job*., housing and public [i.ccommodations. The American Ijewisfa C o ng re ss which helped [craft the bipartisan measure, said I the lau would "significantly [ strengthen" the Commission in • • ._• with Mich bias, would Ic-pen > brand new phase in New %  York's war on bigotry and MM." Another revision provides for < temporary court order banning sue or rental of housing n which a discriminatory act *nlent Morris Abrani. rii an Jewish Commit' this week that the follow that example o educal its underprivileged miHe sjid not many of the "uneducated, functionally Illiterate, onski ted and rudderless" perleu involved in recent rioting m Los Angeles, Chicago, and othe, cites were beir.g selected for national service. He pointed out that during World War II, many men who would be 'c-ti-d unfit by today's standarcs were jel.cted and served." %  it. i bj p r >• <• ii t Continued on Page ISA Dayan, Tsur in Rafi; Mapai Rift Complete GIN. MOSMC DAY AH /•im with Beit-Ceri** TEL AV1V-(JTA>—Former Gen Moshr Dayan and former Cbiei of Staff Zvi Tsur joined ex-Premier David Ben-Gunon's Independent Israel Workers List. Kafi. on Monday. Gen. Dayan. who resigned as Agriculture Minister in support of tions on Nov. 3. ership as head of Mapai and as Premier, made his announcement after completing talks with the former Premier at the latter's home here. Gen. Dayan will be either second or third on the Kafi list for the Parliamentary elecMr. Ben-Gunon's challenge to Prime Minister Levi EshkoTs leadRtPORl ON INFILTRATION Eshkol Hopes Reprisal Will End Arab Terror JERUSALEM (JTAi Prime v nister Levi F.shkoi expressed th'hop • Sunday that the Jordanian Government would take all possible steps to prevent tin con tinuatii n of the Infiltration of saboteur-, from her territory The terrorists have been operating il i -•.!. I] water Installations culminating in the blowing up la-t week of a pumping station at Kib butz Kyal. near Kfar Saba The Premier voiced the warning at the weeklj Cabinet meet w!iicli also heard a report by Chief of Staff Yitzhak Rabin on the re primal attai k b) Nra"l army units late Saturday night against 11 pumping stations an.i irrigation installations on the Jordanian side of the border near Kalkiha Roosevelt Hit For Sudden Israel Switch WASHINGTON (JTAI — Rep J a m • s Roosevelt, Ambassadordesignate to the United Nations I nomic and Social Council, do f< iid,(l himself this week against criticism of his Hooae-exprei views thai Israel as a recipient of \\. • German reparations should re vigorous action to h-lp ettle tht \b refugee problem. •; ic b e | %  11 when Rep Ro elt. in a final speech • the House as oi e ol itmem' i ; : p ted a I mted Nations plan to resolvt Arab Israel water difference., lie also urged nuclear delallnaMon "Uting Israel as a model project and proposed UN participation in that solution of the Midaaat water problem. "A real effort" to help the Arab refugees, he said, "would improve Israel's image. Israel herself has collected substantial reparations for German injuries to the Jewish people and should take a stronger initiative to receive and settle just claims of the Arab refugees," he asserted. The Israeli raid was carried out in retaliation for the repeat, ed sabotage acts by the El Fatan terrorists operation; from Jordanian territory against Israe'i water installations. Eshkol explained that the Kalkilia action was aimed at impressing the Jordanian Government and populace of the extreme seriousness c< Israel's attitude to the continuous infiltrations by the Arab terrorists. The Cabinet expressed appreciation of the efficiency of the Israeli military operation, and particularly paid tribute to the extreme caution exercised by the Israeli troops to ensure that no less of life occurred. In announcing the raid earlier Sunday the Israel Army SOuKeS man said that all Israeli troops returned safely from the operation, explosions from which were ell ar ly heard as far away as Petah Tikvah Jordanian positions had opened machine-gun tire on Kibbutz Kyal. but were silenced by return mortar fire. The n water pumping stations blasted in the Israeli raid were all situated in orange groves in the Kalkiha dis trict. The Army spokesman said that the Israeli tro>ps left printi -v addressed to Jordan ians living in the Lordei an.. urging them to refrain from helping saboteurs to cross into Israel \. ting that all the targt ts in jordai were ithin about a halfrder tht spokesman -., | n ..• th %  entire operation last ed Ui irters oi an hour He Continued on Page 5-A Gen. Tsur will resign as chair man of the Israeli Desalination Committee, following his decision to join the Rafi list. He issued a statement Monday, saying that he agreed with the announced Rafi goal of seeking changes in various spheres of Government after the election. Gen. Dayan also said that he still felt the split in Mapai could have been averted if Mr. Eshkol's majority -jroup had wished to do so. He said that now that Rafi had emerged as an "independent political movement," he felt that it could serve as a "good instrument" for achieving "urgently needed" changes. He added he felt that Mapai was for maintenance of the status quo. The Rail council held a meeting last weekend, following ihe Mapai Court of Honor ruling to expel Ben-Gurion and three of his folContmued en Page 3-A -*SOMETIME IN WINTHf Pauls Vows Visit Soon By Adenauer JERUSALEM — (JTA) — Dr. Rolf Pauls. West Germany's tint Ambassador to Israel, com me on the riotous demonstration itfa which Israelis greeted his presentatitn of credentials last month, leelared last weekend that "Si bottles and placards are not '.he right way to greet a new an: tior."' In his first interview '.is arrival, in the Jerusalem Post, ttu envoy also said that, to him. % %  >• difference b e t w e e n "normalization" and "formalization" ol Gerrr.an-lsraeii relationwas that ,r malization cannot be made: it t-' grow Describing his feelings at : resentation ceremony, he called two sets of reactions .... seeing "the marvclou. fliers'" of the Israeli honor jfa Continued on Page e-A %  .olMapai Court Party Ousts Honor Gurion TEL AVIV ;JTA> The Mapai Court of Honor has expelled irom Ihe party former Prime Ifin ister David Hen-Gunon and three ol his followers for creating an in dependent list of candidates for I ic Not. 3 municipal and Parliamentary elections The charge of splitting the emi attied party originally had been made against seven Mapai personties but three of them Amos Degani, Gideon Ben-Israel and Yii bar Smilansky—resigned last week %  ook. The curt decision was ill rected against Ben-Gurion, former Deput) Defense Minister Shimon Peres, former Housing Minister lose! Almogi and Mrs Hanna Lamdan Thelour said last week they were withdrawing from the hearing because they found it i virile, under court procedureto defend themselves against the party splitting charges. Court Chairman D. Herman did not use the term "expulsion." He maintained that the four leaders "gave up their membership in Mapai" by joining Rafi, the Ben-Gurion Israel Workers List, which the court held had been proved to be "a separate political party." The four left Mapai "of their own free will, and we canrot accept membership in two partiei at the same time," the court held. Continued on Page 8-A FLOODING MAJOR SOURCE OF DESTRUCTION Betsy Damages Institutions Hurricane Betsy couldn't make reported swimming among the up her mind. But by Monday night apartment buildings and hotels. Jewish community facilities, as most of South Florida, reported mainly water damage. she did a loop on the east coast of Florida and slammed back down to do her business. With winds as high as 120 mph. Greater Miami suffered more water than wind damage in the storm *0tt.S AMAM '•"•w example that finallv forced the city to shutNoting that the Arab, cojinnes ^ ^^ had rejected for "political reas'. ,., ons" proposals to integrate Arabs gj^ A ^ nw Qn Miami Reach into the economic life of the Ms* ^ ^^ w „ h autornobU< s float Continued on Page 9-A bag W in H*ll tides and fish Mount Sinai Hospital on the Beach, which as early as Monday was already issuing reports for expectant mothers to check in ard persons in homes they considered unsafe also to take refuge there, suf f ered extensive plate glass damage in the lobby and water flooding. As of midThursday, the hospital was continuing to house and feed persons who had arrived there as early as Monday. With areas of the city like Key Hi.-cayne still cut off from the rest ol the community, including some 8<:;i residents, the refugees at Mt. Sinai might be housed there for an indefinite time longer. The YM and WHA of Greater MiContinued on Fici 3-A


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"Jewish Floridian Combining THE JEWISH UNITY ond THE JEWISH WEEKLY Volume 38 — Number 37 Miami. Florida, Friday. September 10. 1965 Two Sections — Price 2i* Human Rights Laws Receive | Shot in Arm Nr u YoKK (JTA) — The Ww York State Commission on Lman Right! will be empowered |or the fir-Former Gen Moshr Dayan and former Chiel of Staff Zvi Tsur joined ex-Premier David Ben-Gunon's Independent Israel Workers List. Rafi. on Monday. Gen. Dayan. who resigned as Agriculture Minister in support of Mr. Ben-Gunon's challenge to Prime Minister Levi Eshkol's lead REPORT ON INFILTRATION Eshkol Hopes Reprisal Will End Arab Terror Propose U.S. Army Help Steer Youth \EW V. RK JTA (itma • i : its army a. aft "edu and cultural tool" to inte'•' %  i' new from backward President Morns Abrani. n Jewish Commit this week that the l • follow that example its underprivileged miHe said not many of the) "oneducated, functionally illiterate, imski ler 1 and rudderless" persons involved in recent rioting in Los Angeles, Chicago, and other cities were beir.g selected for national service. He pointed out that during World War II, m *>nv men who would be itdgtd unfit by today's standards were selected and sorved." nated I > p r e lent Continued on Page 15-A '••• eieeaale JERUSALEM t.TTAi Prime Minister Levi Eahkol expressed ihhop • Sunday that the Jordanian Government would take all possible steps to prevent the con tinuatii n of the infiltration ol tab oteurs from her territory The terrorists have been operating its) Israeli water installation! culminating in the blowing up la-t week ol a pumping station at Kib butz Kyal. near Kfar Saba The Premier voiced the warning at the weekly Cabinet meet i which also heard a report by Chief of staff Yitzhak Rabin on the re primal attack by Israel army units iate Saturday night against 11 pumping rtationa and irrigation installations on the Jordanian side of the bonier near kalkiha Roosevelt Hit For Sudden I Israel Switch WASHINGTON i JTA i Rep .1 .i m e Rot levelt, Ami' is-ador, pate to tinI'nitrd Nations I nomic and Social Council, de fended himself thL> week against criticism of his House-expressed views tint Israel as %  recipienl of West German reparation* should t. ke II'. re vigorous action to help the irab refugee problem. •| K controversy b e g i n whi n Rep Roosi velt. in a final speech • the Ho e t iimem! i • I : p ied .i I nited Nations plan to rest ivi \ ab Israel water differences He also urged nuclear de -ai'nation "usmg Israel as a modal pi-oject and propose! IN par Uc'paUon m that solution of the Midea-t water problem. "A real effort" to holp the Arab refugees, ho said, "would improve Israel's imago. Israel herself has collected substantial reparations for German injuries to the Jewish people and should take a stronger initiative to receive and settle just claims of the Arab refugees," he asserted. Noting that the Arab countries had rejected for "political reasons" proposals to integrate Arabs into the economic life of the Mid Continued on Page 9-A The Israeli raid was carried out in retaliation for the repeated sabotage acts by the El Fatan terrorists operatin-j from Jordanian territory against Israel water installations. Eshkol explained that the Kalkilia action was aimed at impressing the Jordanian Government and populace of the extreme seriousness cf Israel's attitude to the continuous infiltrations by the Arab terrorists. The Cabinet expressed appreciation of the efficiency of the Israeli military operation, and particularly paid tribute to the extreme caution exercised by the Israeli troop* to ensure that no loss of life occurred. In announcing the raid earlier Sunday the Israel Army spoxesman said that all Israeli troops returned safely from the operation. explosions from which were ell ar ly heard as far away as Petah Tik\ah Jordanian positions had opened machinegun fire on Kibbutz Eyal, but were silenced by return mortar fire. The 11 water pumping stations blasted in the Israeli raid were all situated in orange groves In the Kalkiha dis trict. The Army spokesman sai I that the Israeli tro ipg left printleaflets addressed to Jordan ia living in the bordei area. urging Ihem to refrain from help ing 11 %  cross into Israel Ni •.-... that all the largi ts in were ithin about a halfmill i I Ihe border, the spokesman said that the entire opi ration last ed tl arters ol an hour. He Continued on Page 5-A ership as head of Mapai and as Premier, made his announcement after completing talks with the former Premier at the tatter's home here. Gen. Dayan will be either second or third on the Rali list for the Parliamentary elections on Nov. 3. Gen. Tsur will resign as chair man of the Israeli Desalination Committee, following his decision to join the Rafi list. He issued a statement Monday, saying that he agreed with the announced Rafi goal of seeking changes in various spheres of Government after the election. Gen. Dayan also said that he still felt the split in Mapai could have been averted if Mr. Eshkol's majority nroup had wished to do so. He said that now that Rafi had emerged as an "independent political movement," he felt that it could serve as a "good instrument" for achieving "urgently needed" changes. He added he felt that Mapai was for maintenance of the status quo. The Rail council held a meeting last weekend, following the Mapai lour: of Honor ruling to expel Ben Gurion and three of his folContinued on Page 3-A SOMETIME IN W1NTIH Pauls Vows Visit Soon By Adenauer JERUSALEM — (JTA) — Dr. Rolf Pauls. West Germany'.-, :.r-t Ambassador to Israel, commenting on the riotous demonstration "h which Israelis greeted hi.* preticn of credentials last month. :••elared last weekend that "St bottles and placards are no! 'he right way to greet a new ambassador." in his first interview e '.is arrival, in the Jerusalem I the envoy also said that, to him •' difference between "normalization" and "formalization" ot German-Israeli relationwas that "tl >rrr.alization cannot be made: it •. ,s %  grow Describing his feelings at ; resentation ceremony, he called two seta of reactionWl seeing "the marvclouriicrs" of the Israeli honor _• "ird. Continued on Page e-A Mapai Court Party Ousts Honor Gurion TEL AVIV JTA) — The Ma pai Court of Honor has expelled irom the party former Prime Min i.-tcr David Ren Gurion and three Ol his followers for creating an independent list of candidates for t:ie Nov. 3 municipal and Parliamentary electiot The charge of splitting the emi attled party originally had been made against seven Mapai personties but three of them — Amos Degani. Gideon Ben Israel and Vi/ bar Smilansky—resigned last week • eek The curt decision was directed againd Ben-Gurion, former Deputy Defense Minister Shimon eres, former Housing Minister I Almogi and Mis Manna l.amdan The four said last week thej were withdrawing from the tearing because they found it Im -ihle. under court procedures defend themselves against the party-splitting charges. Court Chairman D. Herman did not use the term "expulsion." He maintained that the four leaders "gave up their membership in Mapai" by joining Rafi, the Ben-Gurion Israel Woikers List, which the court held had been proved to be "a separate political party." The four left Mapai "of their own free will, and we canr.ot accept membership in two parties at the same time," the court held. Continued on P.ige 8-A FLOODING MAJOR SOURCE Of DESTRUCTION Betsy Damages Institutions Hurricane Betsy couldn't make up her mind. But by Monday night she did a loop on the east coast of Florida and slammed back down to do her business. With wind* as high as 120 mph. Greater Miami suffered more water than w ind damage in the storm that finally forced the city to shut tar up arid batten down Tuesday night. Collins Avenue on Miami Beach was awash, with automobiles float ing awag> in six-ft tides and fish reported -wimming among the apartment buildings and hotelJewish community facilities, as most of South Florida, reported mainly water damage. Mount Sinai Hospital on the Beach, which as early as Monday was already issuing reports for expectant mothers to check in ard persons in homes they considered unsafe also to take refuge there, suffered extensive plate glass damage in the lobby end water flooding. As of midThursday, the hospital was continuing to house and feed persons who had arrived there as early as Monday. With areas of the city like Key Biscayne still cut off from the rest ol the community, including some 800 residents, the refugees at Mt. Sinai might be housed there for an indefinite time longer. The YM and WHA of Greater MiContinued on Fiti 3-A



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FridaySepte mber 10. 1965 %  A Ml* Ifhrtit'tr Page 3-A Rabbi Landau to be Installed Sunday J2 rab bl in almosteOyears %  tailed M -l>iritiKil leader Twremonj Sunday evem ., m thr synagogue. Landau, recently from ogue „; Clevetand, o u i b, nstalled i his friend and ,'i;: w fsor in homilrtics. Dr Mn.lotl.attm. provost "I h Thl .„lo-.fa! Seminary of "Tr* spiritual impact of ths C0 no-.<*tion, beginning a naw ri Uh a new rabbi at a *a*on wher MM Jewish world looks towart r New Year, ha* set a now pace programming rollgioos fl nd .r. rational activity for tho entiM ,mily at Beth David." dKfatd Max Silver, president, |„ a ;.ncing the Sunday evert. has brought with I ie e tin young I md married, and in J i cording to Sil | home discussion 1 •., HI,' summer and RABBI LANDAU M. MANDUBAUM are the forerunner <>f a number of similar groups being eagerly awaited in different parts of the county. The idea, however is not novel to the congregation, whkA hat a long history <>i bringing the syna ..-ne close to the people," the I i. sidenl added In 1912, Miami Jewish settlers %  ii. ea< h other s I;, me to hold services under the name "t B*nai / on in i:'t7. they im ted in ae ni Beth Da\ id ind it is : ni: roup ol pioneers that 'I.I%\ .II. ol ers nt imp.. riant j e wis li organizations I.ere. such athe Greater Miami Jewish Federation, the YMHA and B'nai u rith. "Since ii~ inception, Beth David lias been in the forefront <>i the ocal Conaen ativ e B y n a gogu e movement, and Rabbi Landau, Ihe descendant ol a 200-year-old unbroken chain of rabbis, received his ordination from the fountainhead oi tin* Conservative movement, the .lewish Theological Seminary of America," according to Silver. Rabbi Landau is the author of "Christian-Jewish Relations" and Length of our Days." as well as numerous articles and hook reviews whuh appear in manj AngloJewtsh periodicals He is a member of the Executive Committee of the Rabbinical Assembly, international body of Conservative rabbis; member of the Board of Governors, National Acic'emy for Adult Jewish Studies; member of the Committee of Jewish Affairs of the American Jewish Congress; and served as chairman of the Committee on Religious Standards, Chicago Board of Rabbis. In addition to Dr. Mandelbaum's presentation, Rabbi Jonah Caplan. pre s ident of the Miami Rabbinical Association, will deliver the invocation. Rahhi Irving Lehrman, of Temple Kmanu-KI. will deliver the closing benediction, and Cantor William I.ipson. of Beth David, will offer musical renditions as part of the installation program. A reception honoring Rabbi and Mrs Landau will be tendered after the ceremony. an and Tsur With Gurion; Quit Mapai Party Continued from Page 1-A lowers from Mapai. The council decided to accept a recommendation from former Deputy Defense Minister Shimon Peres that all members of Rafi cease all participation in the organizational framework of Mapai. making the break complete. In a related election development. Agudat Israel said it would present an independent list for the November election, precluding i joint religious front for the balloting. The decision reportedl) %  stunted a rejection ol appeals of leading American rabbis particulai ly the Lubav itcher Rebbe Temple Menorah USY Program m ..i United Synarill iponsoi a leader ram on Satur iept 18, at Temple Men I to an announceby H ., Allen RutchI tor of the United Synawill inextended to eaders who participated entl) concluded Leaderlint] Institute of USY in I Ie, N.I Rat*. 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Pace 4-A •Jewish Heritor Friday. September 1 i i i I I 1 i 1 ] i t 1 V %  h. L I) fa a a h r g O' r <•• a < w a' tier fi 17 tit is ch 9 Hewish Floridian OFFICE and PLANT — 120 N.E. Sixth Street Telephone FR 3-4605 Teletype Communications Miami TWX 305-696-4869 P„bll.hed every Prid., alncel.IT 'jgr • '• ," "' "" h. Jewish Florid.an has • % ^yJ^^.^uhV^V'.ph"^ ,. Jewish Weekly. Member ol the Je;*,„ New aency, Seven Arts Fe.tur. Sy^cate Wo A g The th Agency Service: Nation.. Eoltor.a. A^A !" -""^ English-Jewish Newspape.t. nd the Mara. ^ FRED K. SHOCHET Editor and Publisher LEO MTKDLIN Executive Editor SEIMA M. THOMPSON Asat to. Publisher yte JewiMli Flondlsn rloes not Buarantee the Khruth of the merchandise advertised In Its columns. SUBSCRIPTION RATES: Local Area .,* On. Year 5 00 Three V..r. H2.00 Out of Town Upon Request Volume 38 JJ umber 3? Friday. SeDtember 10, 1965 13 Elul 5725 Hj % %  : %  > %%/TA W??W Evrybody Stands To Lose the Election The Mapai Party rift in Israel is now complete. The party's Honor C~--rt has excelled former Prime Minister Ben-Gurion. Court Chairman D. Herman is so sure of himself and Mapai's action that he is currer.:'.y engaging in semantic hairsplilting. According to Herman Mr. Eer.-Gurion was not in fact expelled 1 .. gave up his membership cs a consequence of forming Rafi the Workers List of candidates in the Nov. 3 election. Hence, he left the party, since "we can not accept membership in two parties 3l the same time .-.dds Herman: Mr. Ben-Gui membership In Mapai is therefore cancelled Whatever the consequer.cea si suestubborn ideological cc:::iict SO sides of the rift, one th ain: 3oth Mapai and Mr. BenGurion, himself, are bound as z consequence. Odds are that Levi Eshkol will prevail and be returned tc office. This means that the termer Prime Minister will finally be ierced to retire from Israel s political arena. The daring blutf resignation he presented in June, 1963 will have ineluctably come home to roost. But Mapai will also have to count its casualties despite what seems to be a fairly easy Eshkol victory ahead. Even though the Prime Minister split with his predecessor over electoral reform as a compromise for retention of Achdut Avodah support, it is inevitable that the losses Mapai has been suffering in Histadrut will not entirely be counterbalanced by either the compromise or the shedding of Mr. Ben-Gurion. For both Mapai and Rah will be vying for Histadrut favor — an electoral force particularly necessary for any Mapai victory and for Mapai leadership in the formation of a coalition government. Hence, all parties stand to lose as a consequence of Mr. Ben-Gurion's politicking and Mapai's ouster. Neither his principles, traditionally geared to support electoral reform, nor the future of Mapai itself, will weather the stcrrn, no matter who is the victor. • • Visit Between Statesmen West German Ambassador Dr. Rudolf Pauls has assured former Prime Minister David BenGurion that ex-Chancellor Konrad Adenauer oe visiting Israel in the winter. This wiil bring together the two diplomats whe were most responsible tor the remarkable upbuilding of their nations during the supremely critical periods of their history. The last time both men me: was in New York City early in th*> Kennedy Administration, when Mr. Ben-Gunan had just returned from Washington and a "back door'' visit with Mr. Kennedy at the White House What they had to discuss then must have ranged over a wide variety of subjects, with undoubtedly special emphasis placed upon West German diplomatic recognition of the State of Israel. This last item is a realitv today, brought to fruition after the tenure of both men in office. Dr. Adenauer last week made an issue of recognition, threatening that he might cancel his planned visit with Mr. Ber.-Gur>on as a consequence of the riotinq attending the arrival of Ambassador Pauls in Israel. Fact is was Dr. Adenauer who, despite ::s close personal friendship with Mr. E > i in the waj liomatic -'1 of ft Dr. assuror that Dr. cheat tire visit places -^er pernKsira) LT Ht ARK OF HO**-' ,„ (To 4h Opening of *W2e no longer identified with another faith. Howev. number c< Refo-m Jewish laymen and rabbis desire that the Union of American Hebrew Congregations national comrenal body o* 660 Reform temples in the United States and Canada pu'sue a more .ngresn to win the urv igoouej. • ti %  '.in in i-nrollmcnl than three hundred nun iry to the middle < %  Juru ; mi n and 105 s total of 91 of this completed the nine %  %  %  i rse in Judaism, and their convei %  ct number of Meek; In 1954, the I with t this numbei has increased to eijjhl ;t-r year \ %  • and the lulj i i last ha %  ttendants Rabbi Daniel L. Davis, director of the N e w York Federation, commented on the increase: "I think there has been a change in the psychology of individuals in that they do not reoird intermarriage as a situation in which the Jewish party is looked upon as someone who is deserting Judaism. x the Jewish famil> • vho is v This the noi ten %  %  tn modern man or • has, %  have the .• t ."• Men today seeli i rai • • said one •< passi • which •i .HI wit!-, innati i affirms Instead nil i • r th God, to peai i and iustce Judaism baa the I to satisf) : %  to Dr Eisei replenisa far n our ranks A .. itfa n imbei i pet I|'!H ral \* hich am i ly, wilbnttl .. %  Th, I g I lie I:. tiOM 'I! m : il !•: now thai the woi Id Rbbi Balfour Brickner d r" or or Interfaith Activities of "• Union of American Hebrew Co"^ gregations, observed that s.< • n open program of pros* vt' will "not have adverse f &f ha good interreligious "' ''" 1 existing today between Jew* "* Christians.' "Chr • Continued on Pt* %  A



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EY.day. September 10. 1965 +JmUt> fhrkftor Page oice Hope Strike Will End Attacks Co-*irued from Page 1-A Israeli soldiers were or ot to mm casualtiea to ,, s although Jordan iai I f iu wldien was slight \ inded and one civilian was | ..• unded. Tht tpo*<** man tr**d in his ,-nouncement that the blowin9 lyp o the Israeli pumping stamen at Eyal last week, by Arab wo Services A Beth Torah rwo services will bo hold this t. ..-v-1 the premises of Beth Torah ition. -., service, hold in the sanctui will bo conducted by Rabbi \ \ UpMhitl and Cantor JaJ Renter, who will be assistbj tho High H"ly Day Owir. sec nd service will be held -V Chapel, conducted by I (littelson and Cantor n Kirschcnbaum. l.r LipschiU "ill deliver the -er t ( .n> ;.i both services. The USY has a capacity for 300 wor| : : rs. I .-. %  will bo a special Sehchot tiutentiaJ service on Saturday hi. Sopt 18. at midnight, in the r...ri s.-.ncluary' hanukas Habayis it Minyonaires Minyonaires Synagogue, 3 7 37 d Coral Gables, will hold a anukas Habayis on Sunday. Sept. Synagogue officials said all are elcome. and free refreshments till be served. (antor Fred Bernstein will officiate at High Holy Day Service* y the Minyonaires. Mao announced is the formation a new Minyonaires Ladies' Auxiary, with 18 members already enlled 77 OTARION HEARING AIDS I..l f 41' M.I., WHILE YOU WAIT iBperia! Hearing Aid Ce. MN.E.JndAve 37710M TMS riaofs Just a small revolution! Big Change in... Tempo Filler Cigarettes New Tobacco Blend More Tobacco Taste ATTENTION! Jewish Home for the Aged NEEDS YOUR DONATION NOW! "•AM Ueni, Ti. Daductibla"' CALL 696 2101 terrorists, was the eighth in a series of similar raids carried out from Jordanian territory since Jons of this year. Israeli circles have noted that all Arab countries except Jordan had succeeded in putting an end to El Fatah activities operating from their territories and that, while the Jordanian authorities also took measures to curb El Fatah activity in that country, those measures were not vigorous enough. United Nations military obtervers beyan investigating tho incident after Jordanian authorities lodged a complaint with tho Israel Jordan Mixed Armi>tico Commission. The Jordan radio, however played down the incident which it said, was reported to tho Joint Arab Command but without any request for joint action. Jordanian positions meanwhile opened (ire Sunday on an Israeli patrol in the (iesher area in Israeli territory, the Israel Army spokesman announced He said the patrol returned tho fire until UN Observers aranged for a ceasefire, to which b"th sides agreed Tho Jordanians, however, continued firing for an hour after tho cease fire was to have taken effect Israel, which suffered no casualties in the incident, lodged a complaint with the Mixed Armistic Commission. Which Is Better For Your Company Pension Trust Or Profit Sharing? The Best Answer May Be Pension or Profit Sharing ei BotIt depends entirely on your particular circumstances & problems Why Not Allow an Expert to Brief You on All Facts? We Design-install —and Completely Service All Types of Plan. Chances Are Your Financial Advisers Already Know Us. rfNSiONTPIUSI AND PRO* IT SHARING l*r ^mmf' FIRST FLORIDA CONSULTANTS INC ,afV^aSr ^/ IttON I I6JS0S1 %  "0 Mian I BEACH UORit* :->-tz Melvin L. Kartzmer, Pre*. 945-6344 Loun G. Wcclriii. V %  Central Library ieopens Here Central Jewish Library of the .a of Jewish Education rei!*-ned on Sept 1. with Mrs. Anna 1 mow. librarian, again as director. The Central Jewish Library. l• at 940 Lincoln Road Mall, is a l:> o lending library and consists of D\er 8.0(10 volumes in Hebrew. Yiddish and English. The Central Hebrew High School [ %  : tho Bureau of Jewish Education .11 open on Sept 13 in five areas ; Greater Miami under the direction of Herbert Berger. associate dil r of the Bureau. WJteJie, Caste*" ( In North Miami ) ...dedicated to the loving care of the elderly OLIVE* MANOR NURSING H0MB Optflrd CO.M VurajnJ Hce Inc. 1235 N.E. 135th Street North Miami Phone 751-9791 Administrator: CARL KAPLAN Ass't. Administrator: MARTHA WALLACE 2 CLtAen CARE Home* TO SERVE THE ELDERLY • Professional Stall • Physical Therafi.t • H>dro Therapy • Orcupatlonal Therapv • Recreational Therapy • 192 Beds Private. Seal-Private Multiple ROOMS • Chapel I'll Faithsl • I arc? S>acious Patio • Central *ir Conditioning Heating Hialeah Convalescent Home : Ramsey Nursing Home 195 W. 27th St., Hialeah PHONE M3-243T 8785 N. W. 32nd Ave. PHONE C91-S7U OLIVER MANO R A features XX KOSHEK KITCHENS



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Friday. September 10. 1965 + U-HHI'fkr/d/tr Page 7-A PROF. ABRAHAM HESCHEL TO SPEAK AT SEPT. 19 EVENT City Rally to View Soviet Jewish Plight \Sev.. Wayne Morse, of Oreaon, has been named 1965 incipient of the annual AmerL-alsiael Fr.endship Award Mis % % %  Women's Or | lotion o: America. The I rd is presented each I to tr.-t person not of Jewish *2:th. who ha* 1 uti moat deeply to | rstandir.q between the %  peoples or the U.S. and Is| Sen Morse is srhedT rec Q :v the citation at >r? oienma public session of |i aal convention It" V zrachi Women in AtI "I on Sunday {alien at Conference K In i vuc president i %  • i otnpany, will .it • .imiual convention of Dealers and Re. -. i itaan on s*-p' n to I A community mdf rally at the Miami Beach Auditorium expect led to attract a capacit) crowd of 3.MM parseni at 8 p.m.. on 8apt i!>. will foUew the national Eternal LUjhl Vigil in Washington. D.C.. to dramatise the plight of Soviet Jewry. Sponsored by the South Florida Conference on Soviet Jewry, the rally will be span to the public with free tickets of admiaaion available at the offices of all af filiated Jewish organisation* in the (Dealer Miami area. Rabbi Leon Kronish, chairman of the South Florida Conference, outlined details of the rally — one of several to be held in key American cities immediately following the Washington Vigil — at a planning meetlest week at the Dupont Plata Hotel. Prof Abraham Joshua Hesehel. one of tinoutstanrlms speakers in the nation and professor of Jewish ethics and mysticism at the Jewish Theologian! Seminary of Amer ice, ha* accepted an invitation to address the Miami Heath rally He receatl) wa* named Marry Emerson Poodiok Visiting Ptofos tor at I mod Theetegioal Semin .ii.\ for the aoadenaic year l5 • >*> An internationally kno w n scholar author and theologian September l Lggfj ATTENTION TO THE MIAMI BEACH JEWISH COMMUNITY i•• those wno live in the vii Ij the HETBI Tiil.AII S\ \Y U.4H.1 K 1 Sulnej S Margulies, who with our deceased brother, Israel ped to buiM the Beth Tfilah Synagogue, into whici, • :.rart and I have been called hack l>\ the present Administration of Both Tfilah, to redeaoraM the Synagogue! inside and outside. and the oeeeeatsr) repairs. The soul has been. Thank God, beautifully decorated and • Ij Air-Conditioned and is truly a "Mosom Kodosh 1 would like to see all the old members return to our %  gue and new Members come and join me in the Beth Tfilah and attend the High. Holy Days Services in the Beth T filth Synagogue. i (Tirkets available at Shul Office, 935 Euclid Ave., M.B.) FLAGIER GRANADA JEWISH CENTER 50 N.W. 51st PLACE ffff.ff IfOlM fl.tl* SKATS IN OUR AW CONDITIONED AUDITORIUM NOW AVAILABLE OFFICIATING WILL BE Rabbi DAVID ROSENFELD and Cantor GEORGE GOLDBERG For Fjrther Information Call HI 4-6547 Prof. Hesehe] has played a leadins role in betptnj; lo organise a natienwide effort with broad non-sectarian repre-entation of religious. oMe and educational leaders to issue a Declaration <>t Conscience for Soviet Jewry Born in Warsaw of a long lino of Massldic scholars, he received his doctorate Irom the Universit] of Berlin in igfJS, Aft-r teaching m Berlin and Warsaw, he went to l,ondon in 1939 where he established the Institute for Jewish Learning, a center for prominent Jewish scholars Me came to the United States a year later, and for five years was associate professor of philosophy and rabbinic* at Hebrew Union CoMee in Cincinnati. Prof. Heschet joined the faculty •f the Jewish Theological Seminary in 1945. Among the major organizations taking part in the rally are the American Jewish ('onjrrcss. American Jewish Committee. B'nai BYtth Mm and Hnai Bnth Women, the Zionist Council of South Florida Miami and Miami Heach Chapterof Hachrssah, Pioneer Women Zionist Organization of America, l'arhand-I.ahor Zioni-t orvam/atior Greater Miami Kal> binic.il Association, South Florida units ol the i nion al American He Rabbi Kutner Will Officiate At Hebrew Academy Rabbi Seymour Kutner, a native of Neu York City, living in .Memphis. Tenn., tor the pas) IT years, lll conduct the High Holiday -,•! vices in the Hebrew Academy, Louis Iterwitzer, president, announced this week. The holiday services will he held in the auditorium of die Dora Co hen Memorial Building, The 650scat auditorium is fully airconditioned and will be opan for services on Ko.-h li.isliona. the evening of Sunday. Sept. 26. Monday. Sept. 27, and Tuesday. Sept 28. a* well as Yom Kippur. l'ie evening of Tuesday, Oct. 3. and Wednesday, Oct. s. Kahbi Kutner served as associate rabbi of Baron llirsch Cosagregation for four yearand as cantor in several position* for the High Holidays lor meat years. The Hebrew Academy office will be Opt n throughout the daj to accept reservations brew Congregations and the I'ni ted Synagogue of America, the Greater Miami Jewish Federation. National Council of Jewish Women. Jewish War Veterans and their Auxiliaries. Also, Mizrachi. Workmen's Circle, South Florida Youth Conference on Soviet Jewry. United Synagogue Youth, Greater Miami Federation of Temple Youth. Young Judea. BBYO. and the Mil lcl Foundation at the Universit) of Miami. In announcing the rally. Kahbi Kronish stressed that it ith voice of the individual Jew which must be raised and heard by the representatives and authorities of the t'SSR. That is why it is so important that there !* %  mass community participation. "We are not interested in engaging in cold war polemics, nor equating Russian policy with genocide, but rather in bringing the wishes of the Jewish people and all Americans for religious and cultural freedom of Soviet Jewry to the attention of the Russian leaders as well as to our own American State Department and other government agencies." All rabbis in South Florida I been urued to utilize the Sabbath of Sept 17 and 18. as well as Sell coth services, to call attention to the concern for Russian Jewry and to the Miami Beach rally ( < Migregalion Belli Tfilah (ORTHODOX SYNAGOGUE) 935 Euclid Avenue, Miami Beach Newly Decorated and Completely Air Conditioned llll.II HOI III Al SIKHVM IKS CONDUCTED BY RABBI JOSEPH E. RACKOVSKY Tickets available at Shul office 935 Euclid Ave., Miami Beach Phone JE 8-1521 ENROLL YOUR CHILD MODERN JEWISH EDUCATION of I. L. P£R£TZ WORKMEN'S CIRCLE SCHOOLS YOUR CHILD IS TAUGHT TO SPEAK. READ. AND WRITE YIDDISH 2 T 0 APPRECIATE YIDDISH LITERATURE %  it IvnlANIflKJ or JEWISH HOLIOAY6 JEWISH FOLK SONGS A FOLKLORE Scho.l No. 1 1S4S S w. 3rd St., Miami Starts 9 12 65 Sthaal No. 2 VM-TWNA. 8500 S.W. 8th St., Miami, Storti 9-13-65 Affiliate* with Burtau of Jevnh Education AOUlf CUSS BUNG COHStDtMD For Registration or Information Tel. 538-5679 Beth Am Will Show Art Works Temple Beth Am will sponsor the allowing Ol exceptional works ol art. The show will present national and internationally famous artists in small showings of their better works that will be changed monthly. Painting, sculpture, and other forms of artistic expression from the foremost collections will IKon display through the contribution of galleries, museums, and private collections. For it* first exhibit the James David Caller) ol Coral Gables has loaned workby Soloman RUiiien berg. :| nd atassin, a nd works prominent local seat) IIC-S K a e Alterman will 81*8 DC 00 display in ,, spei ially prepared area oi the sanctuarj lobbj designer S vatore Boaeo and Heydeman ( .• i met Shop haw created a setting in keepu with the character .ni.l quality oi the subie.t matter. Spinoza's Cod" is Subject "Spinoza's God" will i>c the topic I a lecture by Dr. Abraham Wolfwm at the Spino/j Koruin for Ad ult Educatiea which meets Thins days, 10 a.m.. in the auditorium ol Washington Kefieral. 12M VNasnu' ton Ave, This will mark the 10th lecture in the series this summer ait the Bpinoca Korttm on '"Keli-: ions of the Work! Overflow Service AtNerTamid Temple \er Tamid will hold an overflow New Veai service in the Sklar Auditorium Murray A. Shaw, president of the Temple, also announced tbiweek that "n is the desire ol the officers of the Temple to make available a real sanctuary to the many individualwho would otherwise either not participate in reliskwis services, or who attend services in edifices which are utilised for the hoiidays only The Temple has engaged Rabbi Murray Alste) and Cantor My man Fein to conduct the overflow sar\ ices. 1701 WASHINGTON AV€. CONSERVATIVE JE 8-2503 Dr. Irving Lehrman, Rabbi RESERVATIONS NOW BEING ACCEPTED FOR FAMILY MEMBERSHIPS HIGH HOLY DAY SERVICES and REGISTRATION IN ALL DEPARTMENTS OF RELIGIOUS SCHOOLS INCLUDING SOLOMON SCHECHTER DAY SCHOOL TEMPLE NER TAMID OVERFLOW HIGH HOLIDAY SERVICES RABBI MURRAY ALSTET CANTOR HYMAN FEIN For Non-Affiliates AIR-CONDITIONED SKLAR AUDITORIUM TEMPLE NER TAMID 80th and Carlyle Avenue, Miami Beach 512.50 PER PERSON OFFICE OPEN from 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. LATE FRIDAY EVENING SERVICES 8:15 p.m Greater Miami Mmv Academy 2400 Pinetree Drive, Miami Beach ii pleased to announce that HIGH HOLIDAY SERVICES will take place in its Ah Conditioned Auditorium RABBI ALEXANDER S. GROSS and CANTOR SEYMOUR KUTNER officiating Seats are Available in the Academy Office from 9 A.M. to 5 P.M.



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Prre 8-A *Jertstnorktkr Friday. Septembe "*i* Mapai Party Honor Court Ousts Gurion I.-.ai B'rith Youth Organization raised S 1.500 JC: the American Heart Association in a one::v Tag Drive, according to Ainslee R. Ferdie, resident of the BBYO Board of Directors. EEYO was honored with awards presented by Zz. Martin L. Meitus (standing third from left), president of the Heart Association of Greater JCcmi. Standing (left to right) are Harold Stanley, chairman for Aleph Zadik Aleph; Ferdie; Zr. Meitus; Michele Lebar, chairman for B'nai B'rith Girls. Seated (left to right) are Esther Levine. Tomim BBG Chapter, which raised most funds of all the BBG chapters; Mike Kane, president of B'nai B'rith Youth Council; and Kenneth Brass, aleph godol, Zion AZA Chapter, which raised most money of all AZA chapters. B'nai B'rith Youth Organization is the largest Jewish high school organization in Greater Miami with over 1,000 dues-paying members in 30 chapters. Continued from Paae I Since they themselves "had left" Mapai. the court ruled. the.r membership is therefore canceled. Earlier in the week the Mapai i • rial ex e "'" ers "i Ral •slander campaign inside Mai ,„,. ,„ u,e Aree expelled memMeir Evenhaim, touched off i n t controversj bj n i I• %  statemenl thai the Mapai • • %  utr.,1 committee #aa lighting Kafi in Vshod because 'central .-"11111111 tee memberj a re Mrhite*. while Ashod inhabitants are brown "Mapai regards Oriental [araelia .,.people whose teak it ia to build e houses for Mapai leaden, and to furnish thoae bouses with expensh el) u p h 01 a t r e a shotk adding that those wr 0 ^, Evenhaim "must rta n the h*. nbie conclusions of their a*** H* challenged Ivanhaim t 0 ^ iish his statement in fvl >*, every citiien will re* ita vrh(. dangers we face." Israel election offi repjrd meanwhile that _L | ItSU sj compete for Partial ^ in Uie eic. tii;ns Novi *r 3 ^ new entrant will be the SaijJ Workers list It was annouDtj • ..t September 7 v.: fe i deadline for filing electioo iutt The Knesset electionthis ><-a:i expected to be the must Sittf* conteated in Isra'i | ttory n injection of th' Beiii, irioa-Eaw ntt into the campaigJ factor Another LS •.... | Jack Wilson. A short buortMi nwj traj uill precede the pn>^ram ^^^^^^V^v^^^*^r>**^^*Ar>^^^^^*^^^^*^^^^^*^***rWl U.S. WinsMaccabiah Medals T2L AVIV — (JTA) — The sever World Maccabiah Games eiC:d hen> in ceremonies at Ramat I %  .Stadium where a capacity! en (i of more than 50-000 opectafc..:.Baa* the large United States txr'rgenX captured the lion's > of the medals. Is an address at the closing c-. onies. Israel Prime Minister Levj Eshkol urged upon the par-; tic .nts to bring to the Jewish < .unities in their home country • Israel's call for immigration. After the final competition, the parti c ipants marched around the %  tedium, and the Maccabiah fit Tie above the huge outdoor • %  tie was extinguished. Pierre 0 -'esgame, of Britain, Maccabiah world chairman invited the participants to return fer the eighth Maccabiah Came*. The U.S. Athletes won 75 gold medals compared with 63 four years ago. Israel was next in the first place category with 31 gold medals with Britain winning 15 and South Africa 11. The United States was particularly praised for having brought a complete team which set international standards for the competition in an entire range of events including gymnastics, shooting, WTestling, weightlifting. Judo and fencing. Among the outstanding performers among t h e American participants was Marty Eisner of Cleveland. Ohio, who won the shotput and Stuart Levitt of Shaker Heights, Ohio, who placed third "ii the javelin THE MINYONAIRES SYNAGOGUE /Modern Traditional) 3737 Bird Re., 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 ^rVvVVVv>rVV\wAMAAMMMM^AAAAA^A>AAA e, || | | Vv ^ vvv>nA lv vvuv t THE UNION OF AMERICAN HEBREW CONGREGATIONS £16 Cangress Building, Miami, Florida Rabbi Sanferd Seitier, Director ph. 374-7096 CORDIALLY INVITES YOU TO JOIN ONE OF ITS AFFILIATED REFORM OR LIBERAL TEMPLES IN THE GREATER MIAMI AREA NOW (ROSH HASHONO BEGINS SUNDAY EVENING. SEPTEMBER 26) Jemple Jjctlt ->*//> 59S0 H. Kendall Drive (S.W. 88th St.) SOUTH MIAMI, FLORIDA Coraiahy Invitee You to Join Its Congregational Family. Religious School. Hebrew Scnool. Nursery School. Adult Education. Youth Grauo Phone MO 6-2534 Rabbi Herbert M. %  avmgard, D.H.L Adjacent to Coral Cables and Kendall T2MPLE SINAI OF NORTH DADE The lform Congregation North Miami Beach 1820 NX 164 th Street KAMI •ANICt M. LOWY CANTOR CHIT 6AU Sabbath Services: Friday a:!5 f*.M. Washington Federal Auditorium. 9 N.e. 1t7 St. High Holy Day Services: North Miami Beach Auditorium, 17010 N.E. II Ave. Fer wfermetiM re,.,me Skterkeed, irotherWe, Teelb Raejsjej ajeaj ReHeJam Scheel. cell M9-342* TEMPLE WDEA OF CORAL GABLES LIBERAL REFORM 320 Palerme Avenue %  ABH MOUIS A. urrat RELIGIOUS SCHOOL MEN'S CLUB YOUTH GROUP SISTERHOOD ADULT EDUCATION JR. COTILLION Sabbath Sefv.ce: Friday • H P.M.. Saturday n AM. Fer effilietien and inform.hen: HI 4-t74 TEMPLE BETH SH0L0M "The Liberal Congregation on the Beach" 4144 Chase Avenue, Miami Beech IEOM KRONISH, ffebbi DAVI0 CONVISU, tat* •NURSERY through CONFIRMATION) Re' (jiaus School Registration Now in Progress Cell the Temple Office — JE 8-7231 for Information rtwardific THE BOTH BHOUJM FAMILY Pl*AN TEMPLE ISRAEL OF GREATER MIAMI "7 N. E. lyth Street Serving All of Dade County for 44 Year, OR. JOSEPH R. NAROT RARRI JACOB G. BORNSTE.N. CANTOR Services every fr iday eveeine ef 8;IS e'clee* d W 7o k hn H F br r C N M,.m,-a* c ,t Z Kennedy Junior High South M.am.-at University of Miam, For T.mp,e "''''^"^'^ycKool Informed >*r>in > %*>%e J *ea^^ j I Join tL JLJrJ* 'U'L 'Will '}l-> -' Kneseth Israel Congregation 1415 EUCLID AVENUE MIAMI BEACH Newest and Most Modern Synagogue on the Beach Completely Reconstructed. Modern Social Hall Servina tht CommunityWi ore ahead ol tchtdult we will be reeeV befeee the Holievi. SEtlCHOS SERVICES Will 8E HELD IN MAIN SANCTUARY MIDNIGHT SEPT II Reiervations now being accepted lor the High Holidays. RABBI DAVID LEHRFIELD Cantor Abraham Seif and Choir Officiating Registration for Hebrew School Now in Progress Sky Lake Synagogue High Holy Day Services at UNIFIED HALL 2300 N.E. 171st ST JONAH E. CAPLAN LEWIS GOODMAN Rabbi G Cantor OPEN HOUSE OF OUR RELIGIOUS SCHOOL SUNDAY, SEPT. 12th, from 10 a.m. t* 12 Noon 2300 N.E. 171*t STUECT r> NERVATIONS for HIGH HOIY DAYS and REGISTRATION for HEBREW and SUNDAY SCHOOL Unified Hall from 8 to 10 p.m.; Sundays 10 to 12 Noon. PRE SLICHOS SNACK AND QUESTION-.nd-ANSWER P£'0 SATURDAY NIGHT, SEPT. 18th, 10:30 SLICHOS SERVICE AT MIDNIGHT. W*Vu nnajLdarna rmsina)



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idny September 13. 1965 **< &f /rrurnttee, and to Sidney Rockwell, a member of the coml::tee. Other committee members are Joseph Ash, Mrs. Louis Snetmcn. Landscape architect is Walter Taft Bradshaw, rho is working under the guidance of the Temple's architect, Herbert Mathes. lo. Miami High Education Center ^>>rth Miami High Adult Educaing. office occupations, Spanish, Center. 800 NE 13th St.. is still '< electronics, auto mechanics, maing ntfstratioo for fan MOM<*£! ** tgmm "* ^"^ ments. claiiM, Charge for most courses is a $2 > urse offerings include high registration fee. William Donohoe i. >1 diploma courses, humemakis principal. Temple Beth Sholom i 111 Roads Lead to Beth Sholom X The Liberal-ProgressiveReform Congregation on the Beach Cordially Invites You to Attend its Annual "SHOW AND TELL'i Service and Oneg ShabbaV. on friday Evening, Sept. 10 at 8:15 P.M. 4144 Chase Avenue { Miami Beach ] So that you may "sample" our Services and see our beautiful facilities. LEON KRONISH, Rabbi I i DAVID CONVISER, Cantor I CONGREGATION BETH EL Miami, Florida 500 S.W. 17tfi Ave. Cordially Invites You to Our High Holiday Services in Our Newly Renovated Sanctuary Rabbi Solomon Siliiff orfkrofing 0 0 0 Membership living Accepted REGISTRATION NOW OPEN for Tuition-tree Hebrew and Sunday School for informofion concerning Membership, Services and Religious School Phone 379-3004 Continued from Page 1-A die K.IM. he said, thUnited states must now begin to help plia.se out the activities of the United Nations Relief and Works Agency by "resettlement" of the refugees and I y helping to provide jobs for them through an international committee, ith the UN supervising .i gradual transfer ol (JNWRA work to the Arab governments. He said that by working with President Nasser of Egypt, the I'nited States had been able to get "a modicum*' of "positive rejUBs" in the Middle East but that the "major obstacle" to more progress now was the "fixed focus of United States efforts on Nasser. Citing the United States obbgation under the 1950 Tripartite agreement guaranteeing Arab-Israel borders, he warned that the cost and danger of implementation was "directly proportional to the size and sophistication of Egypt's Arsenal as Egypt grows militarily stronger and more adventurous." He noted that since 1956. Russia had been providing Nasser with 1 $65,000,000 in modem weapons, an' nualry. He stressed that his views were ; | not necessarily the views of the State Department and therefore could not be binding on him as Ambassador to UNESOC. Those viw war* immediately challenged by Rep. Seymour Halpern, New York Republican, who said on the House floor that ho took exception to the equation of West German reparations to Israel with proposals for more Israeli aid to the Arab refugees. He called such a link "a disservice to history." Rep lialpern said that involving Beth Shiran School for Tots Picks Supervisor Temple Beth Shirah announced this week the appointment of Mrs. Erna Greenwald as Kindergarten supervisor of Its Primary Department. Mrs Gr e e n w a ld was head teacher of the Primary School of B'nai Israel Synagogue of Logan. Pa., and is an experienced and certi fied teacher of the Mootessari Method in progressive education. For the peat year, she WAS a nurserj teacher at the YM1IA here. and has had many years of training in Jewish history'CUStOtAs and holiday programming. Beth Shirah Kindergarten opened on Tuesday at 8:30 a.m. Registration will continue through September for 4 and 5-year-olds I he school will operate on a fiveday week and celebrate both the American and Jewish holidays and festivals with special programs. Beading readiness will be stressed for those to enter public school. the UN in the water problem, giving the Arabs a voice in Israel's domestic water needs "and looking for an escape from current Arab diversion threats by referring Israel to eventual hopes for nuclear desalination" would not solve the water pTI Mem He said it would IKbetter for the U.S. delegation at the United Nations to clearij denounce Arab diversion tactics "as an aggression which threatens the peace." Rep. Roosevelt defended his views with a statement in which he said that while he did not intend to link Jewish claims against Germany with Arab claims against Israel, he could "only repeat that, because Israel has collected substantial reparations" it was "fitting and just" that there be "a just settlement of claims of Arab refugees." He insisted that he had "merery" urged a stronger Israeli initiative "to commence dialogue necessary to achieve peace in the Middle East The Baltimore SUP said under a headline reading "Rooseve Reneges on Arab Stand," tHaRep. Roosevelt is abandoning what some considered a partisan stand on the Arab-Israel issue "as he continued preparation, here to become one of the five United States Ambassadors to the United Natiors." Jt Paul W. Ward. Washington respondent pointed out that Rep. Roosevelt has now -'ated that pre4ar:iel viewhipceviou voiced "cannot be binding up-m me in the new duties which I shall a-sume" Ward emphasized that Roosevelt added: "I pray that, in my new assignment. I may be the fnend of all the representatives >1 the people of the Near East." THE PRIDE OF MIAMI BEACH I j The newest, ultra-modern, fully I air-conditioned synagogue with comfortable theater seats BETH RAPHAEL CONGREGATION 1545 JEFFERSON AVENUE Cordially invites you to worship with us in our Conservative services during the High Holy Days Conducted by RABBI ZEVI I. GREENWALD assisted by the famous CANTOR SAUL H. BREEH with CHOIR (Formerly Temple Ner Tamid) Tickets available at 1545 Jefferson Avenue Telephone JE 2-8592 or 538-4112 U 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 \ Tickets Available 12 Noon to 4 P.M., Evenings 7 fo 9 Ml. j SUNDAYS TO THURSDAYS ORTHODOX SERVICES SEATS $70.50 I $12.50 INQUIRIES INVITED PHONE 866-7761 \ ISRAELITE CENTER CONSERVATIVE 3175 S.W. 25th St., Miami Ph. HI 5-1529 Registration now open lor Hebrew and Sunday School EDUCATIONAL DIRECTOR: RABBI SIMON APRIL Membership Being Accepted You are cordially invited to worship with us tor the High Holidays Services Conducted By RABBI $. ALVIN SCHWARTZ and CANTOR LOUIS COHEN Max A. Parness, President Al Zisman, Chairman of the Baord %  %  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 PA*. i:00 A.M. Sermos 10:30 AM Seats Available to Non-AAembers • NORTH MIAMI BEACH COMMUNITY IS CORDIALLY INVITED TO our OPEN HOUSE, SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 12, 7:00 WM. and to our SOCIAL, SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 18, 9-.00 FJA. FOLLOWED BY SLICHOS SERVICE AT MIDNIGHT /Ai^A^WAsdAa*



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1 1 i v o c 9 Foge 10-A *Jmtsti fhrkfiar Emanu-El School Departments Open .national Department of TernI ., F.iiiaini-Kl has announced opendales for all divisions. The N nioii Schechter Day School. vh ch bi'yan the fall semester last 1 iday, combines secular and HeI ic studies to provide an elci tarj bi cultural educational .ram. iifial KMdsaa ol the English 1 artment follMI the approved < ieuluM o! the Dade County I rd < I I'nblic Instruction and art taught by qualified, licensed experienced teachers. The Hehrtec studies provide balanced em phasis on classical, as well as modern Hebrew This is t graded program, leading to language skills in reading, writing and speaking Hebrew. The broad aim of the Solomon Schechter Day School is to inculcate in the child the religious heritage of Judaism in the light of contemporary life. Small classes allow individual attention to develop t h e child's maximal potentials and special aptitudes Cla-ses are conducted in the North Branch Huilding at 77th St and Dickens Ave.. where the USSR Seen Avoiding Giving Nasser Atomic Aid for War on Israel RUSALEM (JTA. The r.tSoviet commitment to pro\. Egypt with additional Soviet v < a puns, announced in a joint Ci niunique in Moscow at the <. <• of Egypt km President Nass, state visit, apparently avoid -. n> Russian promise to provide Ni -ser v ith non-conventional weapon Israeli experts indicated here i. weak. %  preliminary study of the C" m unique also stressed the < se mentioning the need to prev • nui l< ar proliferation, and in Schuaman. Transportation is provided for ail edueatsonaJ pro-rams ,n ,| K i rnpic. The Educational Department of Temple Emanu-El is directed b> Samuel J. Leibowitz and is under the personal supervision of D 1 -. Irving Lehrman. The staff for the current year includes: Solomon Schechter Day School ,and Weekday Hebrew School — LAST 2 DAYS iMatinec Sat. 2 P.M "A Major OfferinR on B'Way" "ALL THE nNREDIENTS FOR SUCCESS" "PERFECTION* nrajyiC "SUPERB CAST' UtNNIo "SENSITIVE, MOVING PLAY" LEE TRAfY MNGRMWd l C 0 S 6 u | 0 E VE 3500 Main Highway, Miami HI 5-2581 a new play by AL MORGAN ^_ also starnj __^ [PERT KELTDNl COMFORTABLE AS AN OLD SHOE! ...AND NO STRINGS ATTACHED! There's nothing like old shoes for that comfortable feeling .. jtrst it there is nothing as concerting as a growing savings xcount. All savings placed with Miami Beach Federal Savings tee Loan Association earn the same generous rate — with MO STRINGS ATTACHED! Your Savings Earn 4i* Annual Dividend Paid & Compounded Quarterlj Funds Placed by Sept. 20 Earn Dividends as of Sept. 1, %  Founded 1933 Second Oldest in InNation uxicii %  'Mm.' ew>ch fFEDERAL] f" SAVlMCS AMO LOrafc; ray "^0wer *f ^thrift s M I |NNER OF 8 ACADEMY AWARDS mSi C0K0, BIST 0/CTOt ** AUDREY HEPBURN^ REX HARRISON • TBCHBicoioee SOFOAJIAVUIOW # re •• wanta i 1JNC0LN THEATRE, LINCOLN ROAD MMt—itlt-ww MR SCAll EVEN.NO PfFOMANCES MAT.NEI IW HIMIMIL U „ ,, $3 SO $* >0 OtCMESTtA $J-JS ^„ 7M lOGl EFOtMANCESAT J P M MAT.NEEt • *M .• M IVEH.NO* BOX Off ICE OPEN 10 30 io 9 30 STARLIGHT ROOF OINNER-DANCING NIGHTLY TO THE MUSIC OP MAL MALKIN HIS PIANO AND HIS ORCHESTRA featuring SUE LAWTON Superb Continental Dining Visit th, STARLIGHT UKlflE tor* breathtaking nAW Rafael Porras on Accordion • No Cover, No Minimum IXWL •v the ocean at 48th Street, Miami Beech + \ Reservations Required: JE 7-3600 SUN RENT A CAR FRO".' $15 '65 DODGES A lo nai • p o.%" f STf'oaj Wk. 6c mi. Inciud P.ckup A D^ • S.301 23rd Street Miami Beach Ph. 532-5502 GREYHOUND RACING POST TIMI P.M. i a*url* i Reterwa, 444-8401 iT FLAGLER %Sk 7K AVINUI AND 7lh $1 NOIIHWiill, nna>uria nijsina) Ji mmmmmtm



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Friday. September 10. igS ••JmltfnrrMfor Page 1! A, Students Seek Their Identity STAKl.l'.HT. Pa. • (JTA)I Studcu participant! m the 20th ,„„,.,! HiHH Institute indicated vlt .,l areas of Jewish CM,cern thia week In a search fur the meaning of "Jewish values" and .•Jewish identity" 215 students ;it 123 Ameriin and foreign unhwrsWei posed nmed at finding a ,,,,,-K Jewish approach to life a time marked by a universe! ,.„ ,,., social JaaUee B'aal ivrith iili.'l Foundation leaders note d the studearta shewed a clear ;,i„.„i I,, neta] huttce and I i cli.ire in,linked to related [free Cory Cooper film %  •The Virginian." produced in %  .,,., ft ith Gary Cooper, will be ,i the City of Miami Public on Sept 16 at 8 p.m TV ries Take Four "f from the New York |j \\ idem \n illm U 11 s Garj i %  • % %  i 'firsl %  re No II i Jewish concepts. fliej showed personal security and DO need to .i|*>l ogiae for Jewiahnesa but wanted to kuow its meaning in today's world. Many students contended that the Naii holocaust and resistance to anti-Semitism were not adequate justificatierfor Jewish identification. They said they could not see that it differed if a Jewish youth chose to serve in the Peace Corps instead of on an Israeli kibbutz. Kai>hi Benjamin Kahn, national Hi I lei director, said nosl of the students admitted being inadequate*) informed aoout Judaism and seemed eager to know "who they are The> appeared to h m I" lack a sense ol conviction about the "uniqueness of being Jewish .ii',i knowledge of Jewish valueof what Judaism ha. to say to them as human beings Ral iii Oscar Groner, assistant
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    Page 12-A tJenlstncrtftor Ke/i '3 ions & ervices J his (AJeekend AGUDATH ACHiV. 6305 Collins Ave. Orthodox. i ... Saturday I • ro %  m. • AGt'DATH ISRAEL. 7801 Cariyle Av*. Crthcflcx. RabBi Isaac Ever. • AMAVAT SHALOM CONGREGATION. 985 SW 67th Ave Oorthodox. Cantor Israel Kershner. • ANSHE EMES. 2533 SW 19th Ave. Conservative. Emanuel Kushelewitz. president. • BETH DAVID 2625 SW 3rd Ave. Conaervative. Rabbi Sol Landau. Cantor William W. Lipson. T.lay in chapel 6 pm Saturday in i sin san^uury H a.m. Bar Mltvah Alan, .-ir^of Mr. ajfl Mrs. Herbert H .in v. iiz. BETH EL. 500 SW 17th Ave. Orthodox. Rabbi Solomon Schift. F" da) I 15 p.m. Saturda) s SO a.m. I mon "Doinc the Lord's Work."' Miniha t p.m. • BETH ISRAEL. 711 40th St. Orthodox. Rabbi Berel Wein. i .,.:. ) i' ( Saturday 8 a.m. Si-r/ -i "Tin Jewish Hero." Bar Mitz.,i ) son ,•: Mr and MrMartir C.net. • BETH JACOB 301 Washington Ave. Orthodox. Rabbi Shmaryahu T. Swirsky. Cantor Maurice Mamchea. Frti!a> 8 pm Saturday 8:30a.m. Sermon: "War and JYace finm the liibJical Aspect." • BETH KODESH. 1101 SW 12th Ave. Modern Traditional. Rabbi Max Shapiro. Cantor Benjamin Ben-Ari. Friday sunset. Saturday 8:48 a.m. Bennoa: "War is Not Morally Jusiifi> t< Discussion at ">:!5 p.m.: "Porl.. n of Ihe Law." Pisiusslon at 6:15 pm.: "War Against Evil." • BETH MOSHE CONGREGATION. 13630 W. Dixie Hwy. Conservative. Rabbi Richard Marcoviti. Cantor Seymour Hinkes. Friday S.lj p.m. Sermon: "You Don't Uf CANDLELIGHTING TIME 13 Elul— 6:11 p.m. Hav i. .i. %  -h Saturday B:4S BETH RAPHAEL. 1545 Jefferaon Ave Conservative. Rabbi Zevi I. Greenwald. Cantor Saul H. Breeh. Prldaj 8:15 p.in Sermon: "Glories of the Past ami the Future" Saturday 8:S0 a.m. Bar Mltsvah: Carl, son of Mr anil Mrs. iT.nalil n.i.-li. > BETH TFILAH. 035 Euclid Ave. Orthodox. Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovsky. • BETH TORAH. 164th St. and NE 11th Ave. Conservative. Rabbi Max Lipschita. Cantor Jacob Renzer. y t p m. Saturday 8:45 am Bar Mltsvah: Michael, son of Mr. ami | Mrs. Jerome Pecklns; Jeffrey, son of I Mr. anil Mrs. Harold Roda.k. • B'NAI RAPHAEL. 1401 NW 183rd St. Conservative. Rabbi Harold Richter. Cantor Jack Lerner. • CUBAN HEBREW CIRCLE OF MIAMI. 1242 Washington Ave. Orthodox. Rabbi Dov Rozencweig. FLAGLER GRANADA. 50 NW 51st PI. Conservative. Rabbi David Rosenteld. Cantor George Goldberg. Fr:il..y CM' p.m. Saturday !• a.m. Bar Mltsvah: Miohat I. son of Mr. anil Mr*. Theodore LasaruS Mincha 6:30 p.m. HOMESTEAD JEWISH CENTER 8th Hebrew Lesson -HPSX-*K ijx .nrr-mn rx i : v l T • : B-3cn arm KSO 1 ? rrn KSO*? rrn r-is .DTTHTn T I • T ...mat* JTHK ,rvh-o nup^i : • T: I : %  : rrnxa IKS* D-mrr "c'rx • T: T : T • : •• : *?D xVi... *mn obs X'7 -fix bp ^b ixnnc? nbx •p? nTV? vVran bx~\& irtrian n-iD&cn .rrixn T : TT T {rmn 1 ? *ia ^sn nnry • : %  : T .^x-itr-fix rpnn onix ,"iT3xi nvp pzx*: rrn m nVttin. rria'-pi D-nrrn ra ]8 ni-i? tfr'pxn D-a*! nx •nryr .px'^ cran^i nr;xn : '-.ii T • IT T"? en? iDn ^x-ir-px -H7 n? .nb1 ?^ era ^nn Xirnbinb -xrn3 anix m?y ir-rSs rr\M n: nxsina) Maasnlim (Illegal Immigrants) "Maapil" is a person who breaks &f rough for himself under the most tlifficult conditions. The obstacle, the difficulty, does not scare him; I* reaches his object. In the days of the British rule in Palestine, it was difficult for Jews tc immigrate to Palestine, it was r.ecessary to receive a certificate from the British authority — and the number of certificates was very frmall. In those days, a maapil was a Jew who was successful in immigrating tc Palestine and settling there without a permit from the British. That was a difficult deed and very dangerous. It was difficult to leave the countries of the diaspora without a permit and without a passport. It was necessary to run away and ''steal" the boundary (enter illegally). The Jews of Palestine sent emfrvB'TiB nnaas*na rmsim) n?rn -lien pten Bix vit -^EyaDir^n n-x:ri3 rj-n TOSV*? x*? ,TT,?n .^iizprri .-irrrs r:3 xin :inix B-TTI-Q .imra'7 pKa "cnan ficVtn -p's a-niT*? n*n nvp ^xnir : t T .IT 1 ; • (cp/p'p-ip) |vcn b^p 1 ? n;n "i2c?pi 'p-ian lia'pcna |Cj? n;n a-jp-D'c-icn .-inr3 ,-'*:"":•' -.vr.-p enn E-S;3 aa a^nn^i ^yn^-px 1 ? .-enan |lo^tfna frifi '-a -..-•a nff? ntga n n; nxi-b rrn no-p nxa IJC:.)I T T T IT ( /pp ,L, a n*?i:n n^.nr.a r.-na^-n "sps .pa-in ^?a .Viaan nx "3-^" L ;i at. 'J misaries to the diaspora to organize the "flight." But it was impossible to find a ship that would agree to take the passengers without the necessary papers. It was necessary to find and buy boats, old ships. Thousands of Jews went out with i these ships on the journey to Palestine. Not all reached and not all who reached the shores of Palestine were successful in leaving the ship. The British Police did everything to drive them off from the shores of Palestine. That was a hard and bitter struggle between the Jews and Great Britain; however, many were sucI cessful to leave the ships and enter i the country. The Jews of Eretz Is%  rael waited for them along the I shore by day and night so as to bring them secretly to their birthplace. [Published by Brit Ivrith Olamith) —St Homestead Conservative. ISRAELITE CENTER. 3175 SW 25th St Conservative. Cantor Louis Cohen. JACOB C. COHEN COMMUNITY SYNAGOGUE. 1532 Washington Ave Orthodox. Rabbi Tibor H. Stern. • KNESETH ISRAEL 1415 Euclid Ave. Orthodox. Rabbi David Lehrfield. Cantor Abraham Self. ]• %  |da\ S:30 p m. Saturday v M > '" s. 1 in. n "Jew lah Conci pi ol W ai LUBAVITCHER MINYAN. 800 Wash ington Ave. Orthodox. Rabbi Abraham Korf. Cantor Ernest Field. • MIAMI BEACH ETZ CHAIM. 1544 Washington Ave. Orthodox. Rabbi Abraham Strassfeld. • MINYONAIRES CONGREGATION J7J7 Bird Rd. Modern Traditional. • OHEV SHALOM. 911 Normandy Dr Orthodox. Rabbi Phineas Weberman. ] ,i> -uiis.-i Saturdaj 8:80 %  > 10 Sermon "A Placi of Refuge." Blbl< class %  "• i" p.m. • SEPHARDIC JEWISH CENTER. 645 Collins Ave. Rev Cantor Sadi Nahmias. • SKY LAKE SYNAGOGUE. 1120 Mi. ami Gardens Dr. Orthodox. Rabbi Jonah E. Caplan. Cantor Louis Goodman. • TEMPLE ADATH YESHURUN. Conservative. 1025 NE 1t3rd St.. Miami Gardens Rd. Rabbi Samuel R. Stone. Cantor Maurice Neu. j Friday v 1"> p.m. S-rmon: "Thi Bright Si.ir of Faith Saturday !• 1a.m. Bar Mltsvah: Michael, .-m of Mr. and Mrs. Paul Bernstein. • TEMPLE BETH AM. 5950 S. Kendall Dr., So. Miami. Reform. Rabbi Herbert Baumgard. Krida> R:M p.m "Aak th. Rabbi" : session to follow the service, • TEMPLE BETH EL OF HOLLYWOOD. 1351 S. 14th Ave Reform. Rabbi Samuel Jaffe. TEMPLE BETH SHIRAH. 7500 SW 120th St. Reconstructionist. Rabbi Morns Skop. TEMPLE BETH SHOLEM of Hollywood 1725 Monroe St. Conservative. Rabbi Morton Malavsky. Cantor Erj neat Steiner. TEMPLE BETH SHOLOM. 4144 Chase I Ave. Liberal Rabbi Leon Kronish. 1 = Cantor David Conviser. F Ida) 8:15 l> m. Sermon: "Our House 11 of Peac< is a House of Living Judaism Saturday 10:4r. a.m. Bar Mltsvah: Harold Daniel, son of Mr*. Saimual Shai iro ntid the late Mr Khaplru: Qary, son of Mr. and Mrs William FIscnlM-rr. TEMPLE BETH TOV. 8438 SW 8th St. Conservative. Rabbi Ralph Z. Glixman. Friday f. ami S:lS p.m, Sermon: "Miracle ..t th. Welt" Saturday ., 111 • TEMPLE B'NAI SHOLOM. 18800 NW 22nd Ave. Conservative. Rabbi S. M. Machtei. Cantor Abraham Reiseman. F-lda\ I 30 p.m Sermon: "How Much Do You Car."" Sbtterh 1 to sponsor On.-p Rhabbal Saturday 8:30 a.m. TEMPLE EMANU-EL. 1701 Washing, ton Ave. Conservative. Rabbi Irving Lehrman. Cantor Zvi Adler. Friday fi p.m. Saturday s ., m Si rmon: "Albert Bchweltser, .1 aiant, a Gianl of the Spirit." Mlnrha :• m. Bar Mltsvah: Russell, son of Dr. and Mrs Startle) Fr.lillni: • TEMPLE ISRAEL OF GREATER MIAMI 137 NE 19th St. Reform. Rabbi Joteph R. Narot. 1 da) vi.\ |..m Sermon: "Forty ITears kftei the Scopes Trial 1 'ould it lla|i|n n Again?" TEMPLE JUDEA. 320 Palermo Ave. Liberal-Reform. Rabbi Morns Kipper. :IS I'-m Newly-afflllated %  be 1 r ated Sermon 'Vanishing American Jew? An Optl. mlstli Reappraisal TEMPLE MENORAH. 620 75th St Conservative. Rabbi Mayer Abramowitz. TEMPLE NER TAMID. 80th St. and Tatum Waterway. Modern Traditional. Rabbi Eugene Labovitz. Cantor Edward Klein. • TEMPLE OR OLOM. Conservative 8755 SW Itth St.. Miami. Rabbi Samuel April. Cantor Nico Feldman TEMPLE SINAI OF NORTH MIAMI Temporary office 1820 NE 184th St Reform. R, bDi Daniel M Lowv' Cantor Chet Gale. FHdaj 1:18 p.m it sTasdilngtnn Fed. <-ral Auditorium. 69!i XK 187th Bl .^" %  '"i '• ..'."• ;i o„ review of The Rabbi, by Noah Gordon TEMPLE TIFERETH^IACOB 951 E 4th Ave.. Hialeah. Conservative. MS p.m Sermon -Ths I:D, • •r id. War" oi„. K Bhabbai t.. be sponsored b) Mr and MrUllberl ''"whose son. Jerry will !,.. u>> Mltsvah Saturday I .m.' '•" T r M „ PLE f AM 0"A 44 Zamor. Ave. Conservative. Cantor Ben Dickson. Fi Iday v IS p.jn s. rmon: "Steps ,,f Bton. Saturdaj 8 IS am TEMPLE ZIOr^SOOcTMiller Rd. Conservat.ve. Rabbi Alfred Waxman T Xve RE ConJ. S ^ A / L e50 N "< !" Wernick f Ve Ribbi Htnr > YOUNG ISRAEI* 990 NE 171,t St OrthodOK. R abbi Sherwin Staub.r J |" Saturday i ., ,,, Bar. mon Preparation ,•„,ln v ^ear. One, Shaubat 3:30 pm SBstsstssM Fridoy, Septe mber 10. 1965 a*** '".%  '""' %  •* h am uuitr!:4i"'iT'T' i "" -' •w-crtc SYNOPS.S OF TORAH PORT.ON OF THE WEEK K. TETZE A conquering soldier takes a woman c.ptive from .modg the enemy. ••When thou goest forth tibsttle %  ; ^J-pjg captivei • woman of goodly form ... and ouldcst UM her to thee to wife" (Deut2l:10-ll). Kl TETZE wh-n thou goe.l forth to battle Wj**J* rnJSm7* I the Lord thy God deUvereth ^em £"££ let her 2 "hHher she will: but thou shall not .'.. her at all to money" (Deut. 21:10-14). •If a man have a stubborn and rebellious son •„ %  "** men of his citj shall stone him with stones, that he die (Deut 2 "8 211 The bothOf a banged man -shall not remain all nigh upon the tree but thou shalt sureh bury him the same'day; for fiThi? is! tanged is a reproach unto God; that thou defile not ,hyl: ^^.t 2 n ( ? .e,h y in.,hers,,o, h.sshtvpdrutn away, and hide thyself from them, thou shall -rely bring ^ h. m baek unto thy brother" (Deut. 22:1) Iho, -.ha. n. t tak h, dam with the young, thou shall in any wise let the darn go. U.. the voung thou mayeai take unto thyself (Deut. 2-6,1. '"When thou buildest a new hous. then thou shall make a parapet for thy roof, that thou bring IM I blood upon thy house, if anVman fall from thence' (Deu! 22:8.. Thou shall not plough with'an ox and an ass together Thou shall no. wear a mingled Stuff, wool and linen together" (Deut. 22 10 11. The man, who -lavs wanton charges'' against his w.ft shall be Chastised by the'elders of the city "A bastard shall not enter into the assembly of the Lord" (Deut. 23:3. If brethren dwell together, and one of them die. and have no child, the uife of the dead shall not be married abroad unto one not of his kin; her husband • brother shall go in unto her. and take hi r to him to wife, and perform the duty of a husband's brother ur.to her. And it shall be. that the first-born that she boareth shall succeed in the namt of his brother that is dead" (Deut 25:5-6' "An Ammonite or a Moabits shall not enter into the assembly of the Lord: because they met you not with bread am: with water in the way. when ye iamt forth out of Egypt; and because they hired against thee Balaam tht son of Beor from Pethor of Aram na haraim. to curse thtt Thou shalt not seek their peace nor their prosperity al! thy days forever Thou shalt not abhor an Edomite. for he is thy brother; thou shalt not abhor an Egyptian, because thou wast a stranger irl his lane. The children of the third generation that are bom unto them may enter into the assembly of the Lord" 'Deut. 23:4-9). Finally, the portion ends with a reminder of eternal enmit> against a dread foe: "Remember what Amalek did unto thee by the way as ye came forth out of Egypt • lu jt 25:171. This recounting of th* Weakly Portier of the Law Is •> %  tracted and bated upon "Th* Graphic History of th* Jewish Heritage" edited by P. Wollman-Tsaarir, SIS Publisher is Shengold, and the volume is available at 27 William St., New York 5, N.Y. President of Ih* society distributing the volume is Joseph Schlang. THE RABBI SPEAKS FROM HIS PULPIT Bible Knows Juvenile Delinquency Problem By RABBI ALEXANDER CROSS Hebrew Academy Standing at the threshold of :, new school term, one is amazed at the different communication media calling all students back t" school. "Don't be a drop-out" ia the headline. t h e cry or the song of the television commercial. It is rather obvious that there is very little opportunity in our society for the unschooled, unskilled and un:utored. HABBI G*0SS "Idleness leads to waywardness and crime." observed our sages of old. The threatening statistics of the high crime rates throughout the country are a reflection of the truth of this statement The gravity ol this problem has come to light through the many studies and mas sue literature on the causes and remits for th.-se drop-outs and re sultant juvenile crimes. From this weeks portion of the Torah. we may gather that juvenile crime and waywardness are as old as m a n himself. The Torah speaks of the rebellious son and the description may well fit any juvenile delinquent today standing before the local juvenile judge. According to the Bible, the parents are to appear and admit the charge brought against their child. And the parents shall say uric the elders of the city: Thus our m B istul born and rebeilloua. He will not hearken unto our voice; he is a glutton and a drunkard." Our rabbis have explained the deep psychological insights of a child behavior through this B.blical sectk i Before tht ciuM can be indicted, the parent* are questioned am: i judged on their ai>t>-arance. mannerism, behavior and characit: Interectingly, the Torah preceded the work! renowned psycho-analytic findings of Freud, Jung, Adler and a host of modern progressi\e educators But Torah in its infinate wisdom well understood the human child and hi.innermost feelings and failings and frustrations. Tin Creator, knowing his creature well, realized that every action of the parent affects the child, and as the chassidic dictum goes, "the behavior of the son is the outward expression of the inward depthof his parents." • % %  pagf n prtptrcd in COoprati< -. wuk the Graate* M* am A>,„, ration. of f-jiurei cp%  r ii '-'•••x UPSCH1TZ f Beth rota* 1 egewaii of H ort h M.a-m 4



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    •ptember 13. 1965 -Jtmlsti fierier Page 13-A Conversion to Reform Seen Rising Jn Jewish Congress has named (left to right) Arthur J. Irq. U.S. Ambassador to the UN; Samuel Bronfman, of Jal. chairman of the North American Executive of the [Jewish Congress; and Monroe Goldwater. president of fcted Jewish Appeal of Greater New York, as winners of Stephen S. Wise Awards. Laureates will receive their Sunday everting. Oct. 31, at an AJCongress dinner in fork's Waldorf-Astoria Hotel at which Ambassador srg will deliver the main address. ir York State Gives Shot \rm to Rights Laws Continued from Page 4-A ner said. They can and would understand an intensification in tins direction, since proselytization is .. central part of their own Christian faiths." In referring to conversions to Judaism of public figures such as the late Marilyn Monroe and Elizabeth Taylor. Rabbi Brickner indiKennedy Urges Lummus Funds More Land itincea from Paje 1 • X found that Souses or nents involved in such |wce no longer available \NT0R MARCHBtIN IATES HIGH HOLIDAYS \L0S ANGilES, CALIF. for sale or rental by the time the Commission could rule on the complaint of bias. '1 hi' !.^ \ also ; sat ion tor Ian ii irds < ftomeo \ nii -• '•!-which might be i red > h< >rder I but no n\ •• found 'Miv state L.iA A^.IIHN' !>. • it ion was %  the : sui 'i state law in the nal efined I orl :"..:;. t< tain %  ition i evil right. 1 il .i r\\ ,'.' %  %  %  %  ili-rimi :n educatu i' public ice s, hou !..i comn en ial CANTO* MAKCHtllH } I T Marchbein, the renowned pi ind star-tenor ill oticiate coming High Holidays Kairfax Theatre in Los An% : Service! are under the t • "f Eta Jacob Congrega| %  I antor will direct his own choir. He has held |inent Cantorial positions, and graduate of the Yechiva Unii the Conservatory In Italy. a i>.i-t Presidenl of the I'ioish Ministers cantors "l America and Canada. Bepnducting the High Holidays |ev Cantor Uarohbein la app in a •erics of concerts, hout California, a'shfi. Drapes, Etc. 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It would hi %  ne over to th< ... r < ity services even % %  %  > %  • %  benefit our Kei ne Ij said. %  I u ill confer 'Ins week witl i Manager Melvin Reese to make my recommendations to him dicated "we are skeptical of these conversions and accept them only when such converts demonstrate that theirs is a conversion made in sood faith He felt that Sammy Davis Jr. who converted to Reform Judaism, had proven his positive Jewish commitment. The religious leader added "while Jews do not seek converts. neither do they reject or deny those who wish to become Jews." Rabbi Brickrwr said, "Those looking for cheap, quick •motional religious experiences, without concomitant willingness to be daily involved in social justice, education and. worship, will not find happiness or satisfaction in Judaism." 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    Fcrge 14-A A Panorama: By DAVID SCHWARTZ Friday. September 10. 1955 Why Shouldn't a Rabhi Mix into Political Life? into politics. R ABBI SHULEM Rubin of the Bronx has thrown his yarmulke into the ring, reports the New York Times in a burst of "mamme lashan."" The Times is getting so a Jew can read it as joylullv athe Forward. Rabbi Rubin is being criticized by some who say that it is unprecedented for a rabbi to mix .^i u not quite so. Rabbi Josef Burwas named postmaster general of Israel, and no one registered any complaints. If a rabhi can deliver -ermons. why cant ho deliver the mail' The -abbi seeks to put his stamp on the congregation, and where can you get more stamps than at Ihe 1 ost office? This applies to departments other than the post office If Rabin Rubin wants to be a lawmaker, let 11remember that MOMwas a lawmaker, too. 11 the old .lays, the rabbi's ehiet function was to answ %  !• ••shailos" (questions), lv.it the public seems -,, have nm out of questions. Rabbis have become chiefly speech-makers, which makethem ideal for 1 le wi :•!! of polities. 11 rabbis today tend to be come politicians, the politicians seem to i>e usurping >'>.'inof the functions ol the rabbi. 11 you go to a liar Mitzvah today, you don't know whether the nan sitting at the head ol the table 1the rabin 01 ihe mayor or a senator, in the recent race lor the senate in New York. President Johnson 1taid to have remarked to Sen. Kenneth Keating, a eand date for reelection, that he had heard that the Senator had missed a Bar Mitzvah ill I'tica There is also talk of Rabbi Schrage ol Brook lyn limning for New York City Council He i< the man who organized the first anti-crime citizens' pairol which, to my mind, was the first constructive effort in New York to deal with the recent rising crime wave. We think Rabbi Sehrage would make a great duel of Police. One doesn't hear of many Jewish As We Were Saying: By ROBERT E. SEGAL Genocide Again A DISTINGUISHED professor of Church and Society. Rev. Harvej i \, has spent some time in Ccrmany entlj and has set down his views the possibilities of bringing ihe Gerple back into the circle of thotfl 1. long T scorned Dr Cox. WBO teaches at the II. .r d Divinity School, has taken on a gnment. Hipoint oi departure Is an examination of the camn l exti nd the Statute or Limitations on Nazi crimes recent nationwide poll, made under auspices of West German television, indicated JT percent of West Get an) eligible voters wanted to stop prosecution of azi criminals while onlj 32 percent would press the search, 'ihe other 11 percent exp r ess ed no opinion. thai poll fewer than half oi the respondents over 30 s of anti-Semitic incidents in Bambcrg. Germany inked that general area, one ot whose most inluinous ns was Julius Stretcher, The most dramatic of these n cent incident; was the daubing of a swastika in red petal the I BM of a monument just prior lo its unveiling. : e monument was an expreaaiea oi postwar German norse over the 1938 "Crystal Night" distinction of mberg'i .-> nagogue. Basnberg's town lathers were un(i retandably shaken by tins vandalism. But having struck the monument, the hoodlums continued their antivish antics, counting among their victories ihe swas t ka smearing of 25 gravestones In the old J e wis h eemet. ry at Baml "The citizens of Baniberg have HO thing in common :. these deeds," Mayor KiatMeu, of Bamberg, de< ared When an atonement rally drew 5.000 lo the public square in a heavy rainstorm. "I beg our Jewish fellowcitizens not to condemn their townsmen as a whole." Hi (ox s papar on the Nazi crimegoes much furir thtin that, while acknowledging the ghastly consequences of the Reich s anti Jewish policy under Hitler. 1 e insis:s that genocide did not begin nor end with Hitler. W hat about the American bombing of Dresden in Februy. 1945. when thousands of defenseless civilians were killed, he asks. Did not this raid, bearing no real milit ry justification, approach genocide? He asks, too. about the murder of 7.000 Polish Officers in the Katyn Forest, the atomic bombing of Hiroshima and Nagasaki, the mass ider of Kulaks in the USSR in the 1830*1 and the killing of landlords in China in the 1960%. And: "What about the use of napalm bombs and crop poisons in Viet Nim'" Many will insist that however barbaric the devastation cited by Prof. Cox may have been in Katyn Forest I Dresden and Viet Nam. Hitler's excesses against the Jews are unparallelled. Much of this savagery was the murder of fellow-nationals. These deeds were not means to an end but an end in themselves. Depravity alone could have produced them. How deep. then, was the moral decay of the Nazis? In searching for the answer to this question, Dr. Cox performs his top service. vn u / \ tlLUaW'l? nwynaj ,. chiefs Jews in general have *&**.** police business. The Irish monopolize it [be Jen* vent into the garment industry Jews do.it like to carry clubs and guns. They are always afraid the guns might go off and hurt someone Making a suit of clothes is different. No one get.hurt Capitol Spotlight* By MILTON FRIEDMAN U.S. Seeks Aid For Education Problems ISRAEL MAY Wa I h e 1 p the I States reduce educational deprivation — facti r in explosions like the 1 event eruption : % %  '* ,.wa t t s area S'ates Office oi E lucatii n h I ccntly authorized addil re search projects bj Isi < li in-" tutions. projects that maj assist America'war on poverty American educators are aware ot the Israeli achievements in integrating and educating children ot divers.backgrounds. Israel was forced to make a rapid breakthrough in this area The mass waveol immigration led no alternative The wamors against povertj now te hiestion M the mam problem in speedily opening new opportunities to Negroes. In remarks on the Watts incident. President Johnson empha-ized the priority for equipping N e g r o e s for jobs in this complex technotogseal civilization. U.S. officials were almost at that same moment signing' a new agreement with Israel for research on the psychology of learning applied to culturallydeprived children whose parents have had no schooling. Israel's experience with children from Morocco, for instance, could help provide insight.for education of Negro youngsters from underprivileged families. Anti-Poverty Director Sargent Shriver Jr. ohserved prior Israeli experience in Israels Peace Corps" operationin Africa and Asia. The U.S. Peace Corps learned from Israel. Shriver admitted Rep, James H. Schruer. New York Democrat, is a member el the House Subcommittee on Povertj lie has observed the developing pattern ot reseat h bj li i'li institutions for hhe is Office oi Education. "This is 1 meaningful use of counterpart funds. 1 • potential value, and actually doenot add B single cent to the burden ol the l .S taxpayer." he said. Schi ler said: "II 1fitting thai Israe pea lors traditional!) I wial now fulfilling thenhi %  v ar against ; vert) Vmei ic to Israel has become .. Iwo-w 13 si eel 1 .;heart-warming development 1 hen one considers other rec ipients ol our aid, k< 1 pi .nui li neaia, which have done nothki \ but heap us in exchange for cur assistai The newest Israeli project will be con,! by the Henrietta Szold Foundation, ol Jerusalem institution closely linked with the Israel Government Ministry ot education 'ihe principal research expert will be Joseph Rapopon Israel's previous experience will be exploit A series of experiments in teaching arithmetic in elementary grades to culturally deprived children was started in ISM Much habeen learned m the project, which will terminate m l<**i It is eon ducted b) the Ssetd Foundation at the request of the Israel Ministr) of Kducation. UN listening Post: But New York in the early days once did have I lewish police chief named Hayes, and he :is ,'pilte 1 IUU0M there are still legend? afloat about him And later. Mordecai Manual Noah, tne editor, was appointed sheriff of New York, which is romething like police chief. Some anti-Semites said Pitv the Poor Christian who has to be hung by a Jew." Noah replied: "Pity Ihe poor Christian who has to be hung by anyone." Noah didn't really make too good 1 sheriff. Then' was an outbreak of yellow fever, and landhearted Noah opened the cells and let all the pHa oners out. He was afraid they might catch th* diseass H thev were kept together. Ho was ranch criticized tor this, but -aid "ahi gesund.' Some of the rabbis seemed to have a good nnmdmg ol the criminal type) Rabbi Bunam said thieves could teach good people three let the thief 1not lazy m his work, even p y. .. in '.' e middle ol the night Se give up :< adilv I had. be docs not de B] g, ... tied %  %  1 in bo wishes to rd propet Today's Thouqhf: By DR. SAMUEL SILVER Rights Struggle n IE NEWS apatlighl moves so %  these da) that places v hich wi • unknown • 1 sudden!) b< 01 well known ami then soimtine.s reci n into ohaeurtty Thus our intci national Involvements lh.iv. made in turn. Seoul and Saigon, all loo familiar to us, even though these [places are thini-ands ,f n Ues sway I Those who are \ earning ft" peace in Vietnam are responding to thai wry quip: "let Saigons be Saigons!" The civil rightstruggle has also eompeHed ut<> take notice ol a series ol communities where the drama lor the amelioration ol the status ol the Negro he* occurred. Almost forgotten in thai context is Little Rock, lor the events there in the Eisenhower regime were supeex'ded bv other happeningin Birmingham. Selma. and Bo.a lusas Current!) a duel between the segregationists and the integration: -tibeing waged In %  town most people h % %  w lever he,ltd of helot.Amencus Georgia Between the tune that this is being written and the time it will be read, the sharpness ol the confhki there may have luh'..\iGeorgia strikes a respai i a reason other than ch il 1 \ %  of S r.it'bi vi' has man> rk lo d itinction and with the town in pa .|>lr to know record He is Dr itM I "i k. X J Dr i .dent of the rabbinate in (hi I only to Clncinnat IVI 1 the Ifcbi 1 1 nioi % inique cl. he was the fii %  • \ %  Mhose parents 1 %  nativi AM 1 : When Solomon 1 ister is ordained in 100? he went on his w.,v to another record thai will stnaabk/ anwH 1^' hed lbs ii.-t pulpit in Vewark, turned out to be his onlv And now his association With thai urea! New J. congregation has endured for sixl wars This Lathe longest tenure an) \mern ,,n rabbi baa ever had with *J congn io the longest ti rabbi has h.'id one assignment 1)| Postei 1 reer lenditseb to obsen than meielv ststisUral By SAUL CARSON me Out atiou> other •4 Vacancy on UN Court of Justice Tinted Nations THERE IS a top United Nations position open right now. The Security Council and the General Assembly must elect somebodv to fill a V.H..IUV on the la-memlier international Court of Jut ice one of the court's members. Judge Abdel Hamid Badawi. of Egypt, died I Aug. -I Someone inusi t*. picked m to fill hipost unUl his lasi term would liave e\ pired. February ;,. 1%; \ % j, 1M >ssible that an lrseil might be put into that position? Israel has never had a member on International Court. The Arab* have always had one member un the world court. Is there such a thing as ;,„ -Arab seat" on the court? K Ther r ?, re _f eruin n,l< ** regarding elechon to the court. Members of the court are officially -, %  Isctod without regard to naiiomUtj That, of co,ir-e. ilure legion \d five permanent members ol the Sccuri.v Council must („• represented, so mere la always someone from the United States, Bnt.-un. France, the Savies Untoa an i rhrna (Na""";'''-' Bui there are ten other -eats Hie onlv persons eligible for election are those nominated bj national groups appahgtad kg mm framenta which are partiea to the Courts staTiKea' n "'""; K! MHh ** %  'hat have DUl thetn-Kes on r.cord ... accepung the rating of the Court Israel is MI. a state n. |,., lls my< ttk Ur< ,,., BiM Aw „. |1 t.o. or some other group .pp.,,,,,,,, ,or ,h, task one n T''"""''" "'•"• '" '-"'"'-


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    Friday. September 10, 1965 • ** &f /* nrrlrtt-nr Page 15 \ Propose U.S. Army 'Steer' Youth Continued from Page 1-A il !;i-k~ in tho military estab*ithe gate of opportunity, the hshmont "that do not require thi I that most of these unfortui •;; l "-" 1 ; lu ; j ,| -"' f "-;' 1 "'"' 1 """skills of a specialist" and that hi eople black and white eftt enormously if ,,,> %  were g* pnpoaei ,„,,,,.„„ ..,,„„,, ^ w .. have ... lected, educated and assigned to ^ projects" bj Selective Service, "to which bheir -kills tit them." He tontended that there were many T rr ~ Ye/fgetth Groundbreaking ceremonies for the fiist traditional Jewish community in Long Island took place recently in Whitestone, [Queens, on Parsons Blvd., between 15th and 20th Aves. It will I be the first complete Torah Center of its kind in America. |Conceived by Rabbi Solomon Halberstam, the "Bobover RebBobov City, a unigue concept in community living, will :ontain a Yeshiva (Elementary School), Mesivta (High School), ?th Medrosh (Seminary) and a Mikva (Ritualarium). The ive city avenue block area was formerly a sand lot. irband Branch Hears Reports ?i S J MOST from f j Coast to >iM'.iirion Branch of Farband Israel this summer. Wtf. <> > .. __(— %  Stop at any of our modern MILNER hotels conveniently located THROUGHOUT America! 'S.50 Ftr Day includes: ) • FREE TELEVISION • AHCONDITIONING • THE BATH • WALLTO WALL CARPETING O MODERN FURNISHINGS O NEWLY DECORATED ROOMS • COMPLETE HOTEL SERVICi Btautiful MILNtR MOTHS •"..# yo to (*Ji •' hoifl ta'm GfO M ond %  "Jividuelf c->to.r ov* Sole* Dgtpr. *o< ori, coc^-nei and ; Our guests return year after year for many reasons — SUPERLA' Tl VE FOOD aerved in Gracioua Air Conditioned Rooma— Gueet | tiitettainment ProRram— Lovely Lobbies — Cafa Madion-Rea taurant-PANORAMIC VIEW of OCEAN and BAY from SUM I>ECK and SOLARIUM on 14th Floor. 60% of our rooms bavo Ocean View —Many have TV. Few have air conditioning — that* don't need it. Location ia tho Heart of Atlantic City's Retort, Amusement and Shopping Area. Uie The Mndison Beach Chairs* OCEAN VIE W Sy^ Rooms $^ t 'ouLm I %  mk '" 1 /For Menus. Color Folder, 1 peaoy ^ I VmU] ^^y {tMl &, MadtaO*, I For Menus, Color DetaiUWniei a^low as **ln roo •till iMJ J4441M • • • JSi*M.Weai KWM lOitiV/.



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    Women's Council To Open Season Oct .13 d. 0(/< ovnan s "WoM diami Section of the \ancil -i Jewish Women bership reception* laal L, culminating a summer 0 .„,;, • -hip activity. division presented the I rj to prospective mem,, their % % %  n with an ylei D ral Division pre[ .-..,, the World, I Want to south Dade Division Meld [ 0 f Hi.So ind "f CounShores Division conduct^ .,-,. HI i Wednesday Attol I the itor) of Coun,..and their aarvicea nunit) the Council woition in public the %  '.'.num.. effort all Council women make to provide the funds needed to support their program. Mrs William l Brenner, .I..'i president, announce i that the first open meetings of the fail season for all Council divisions will take plane on Wednesday, Oct 13, .it then regular meeting places, Membership Comittee is headed ,y Harold Zeeman, Section vice president .She Lt assisted by these division vice presidents Bay, Mrs. Alvin Schlesintfer. (oral. Mrs Mel vin Shapiro. Evening, Mrs David La tar; Indian Creek. Mrs Jack Krause; Islands, Mis Prank Delford; Lincoln. Mrs. Cye Wecha bhorei Mrs Lawrence Brant south Dade. Mrs Morris Futernick. eJewish Floridian Miami, Florida. Friday, September 10. 1965 Section 3 Federation Ladies Set Installation of Officers %  : Lehrman, president ration t Jew ish Woroounced that the annual i of the organization will Se| ; bei n at noon linebleau Hotel. Mrii. Cjpen, chairman of the Ni nating Committee, has the following slate of < • serve for 196546 Mrs Irving Lehrman; ice pi' dents, Mrs Charles P. ilrs Sol Goldstein, Mrs. en, Mi Sidne> M • /. recording set retary, rlamerscMag; corre• cretary, Mrs Sol Silver'Temple Harmony" will be presented at the charge r.f programming and director of the annual membership reception of Sisterhood of skit. Mrs. Matthew Commcnday, Mrs. Bennef. -Sholcm on Wednesday at 1 p.m. Lee and Mrs. Norman Arkin. Not shown are Going over the scri'-.t are 'left to riqh) Mis. Mrs. Stanley Arkin. Mrs. Solomcn Goldman .lames Letter Arkin. Isaac PuehSitaniey Levinson, Sisterhood vice president in and Mrs. Isidor Nelson, pianist. (Stoiy. Pg. 2-B man; ind parliamentarian. Mrs Sidnej Lewis Nominating Con mittee are Me km. Doroth) Ki u ger Fink, Philip I han. 1. HI y I-1.. dland, I ing W H Irvin Kaplan. S am \\ iesen. Oscar Zeltser Alternates are MrKnth Berger, Mrs Gerald Schwaru and M Ray.! Rubin. Setting up plans for the installstj .n are Mrs Philip lhau, chairman "f the da) Mrs Sol Goldsti In program chairman; and Mrs Milton Green, chairman 01 ments n J by ISABEL GRCVE •.•fid trip to Cc'.umbus, for Mi and Mrs. Fred nthal, now hack in their C %  :.. iables home With then memories of th<' many i ut-pent with son Alan Morti wife Karen and their two. Stuart Marc and Iran Lyn Meanwhile, on the h .in. front, daughter Vivicnne Mrs Joseph C.J Rusch added an•th. r ion, Mark Elliot, to the tamily -roup on Aug. 30 Big •rothei Ronald Theodore attends tea ktmy Paternal ther iMrs Sadie Roach Beach • • America First was the i the recent motor trip the We--, MI and Middle States taken b> Mr. and k Wilson, ol North Mi ami ach Presidi nl of the • • %  Vork ( %  i •'! irida, Wilson i now busll) splicing the I lor movietaken of the Gran Canyon, Yellow S'.one Park .-.,II Francisco and other impri ,e sights encountered • • • Di Jurra) i Mantell, head of the Civil Engineering Depart • the i Diversity ol Miami. leave* tor England this wee* to t.n a one-year learning; assignment at the Universitx oi .su, t field .. Authoi oi two technical books. !>r Mantel] has I n with the IM i... ultj since i:4ti ... 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    .-r-e 2-B *Jt*1st'ncrHtor Friday. September 10. 196< AJCong. Officers Will be Installed j %  i 4 -r Sfc e. C 1 M* llAl 1 Planning for the annuci Beth Sholom Sisterhood reception on Wednesday, i p.rr.., are seated left :o right Mesdames Samuel Brody. Leo Levin. Seymotu Silverman Louis F. Snetman Hear* E. Waft and RtOB liseel. 8 Mesdamet S:: Garfunkel. Leor. Unger Jrrr.es Knopke and Marvin Cooper. Sin, K-P'.an i>-elected %  %  Sept. 21 the DHJd .MrCher* • L Snitow. eetioeal president. Wesatn'l Dmiwo. Amer :can Jeui* Congn*.-. will be *P*" c-st MrSnitow will 1* !" k ing her Lrt *iit t" nl area inc ,-. at the recent Del ace in %  \a ni: .on Kar-oi Luii Kropi*h. rational vice potatoes*, an; .. r .t of the Sooth Imencea Jew• special lia: Qnil r. fui Womin i Division Board ben Zu • %  Leo C.St %  %  Kamet "i gul. I B.scayne Chapter i S> %  • ">' Justire Chapter: %  %  %  S president*. Samuel \, wr B %  -* SKinU-rv | Ethel Wo. and Sam I ncur dan* Mjcretaiy UuiM Wise Che*ec: %  esdsa es Joseph Albuquerque, prowdeni, \JJVA ohen Sam Hertler anr. n;>h White nee pre-idem*: UXH*. Bam, tr.j-.irer Ro>e Ro'.h. :.: cial secretary; Loin* Cohe-. ewjr>. and Laai R SUritt, recordmi: secretu:;. Miami Chapter: Mesdaanrs .1, n. president: Baoseil H ••r Seel K">en-tcin IrwnjciVujr itn. vice pivsaesste; Louis c s-.ilPeeeheeehi • •'• %  .•:_> %  • %  • t* responding -• %  d David Rebin Br>% %  terreter) Beth David Ladies To See Skit .r meeting el tl •• WediM A ,K,\ i ewiwetiM Mere prepare*! BJ Mr>. -. chairr. ides the I v -TMr Mux \rr • %  Mr* V be known Sit, D for 1 ;,. ;• \,. fuocueej wit] Musical Skit, Temple Harmony/ Will Open Beth Sholom Women's Season Here SBJ %  • • • : tl skit which will • p 'fa reception of stan, on in the Sister according to an anmour SUern • srhood president, Mrs Stanley Lesinson. program > iiairman. has prepared the program, based on material sent to her from the National Federation i Tern] lei hoods. Participating in the program will bi Mrs Matthew Cemmanday, Mrs. rman Arkin. Mrs Stanley Arkin. n Goldman, MrBen' Lee and at the piano. MrIcidoi Nelson. re of the 'lay \ ill •%  the form ilom Art l *ith r. %  b) the i • local artisl Marshall Smith Mi \i;. -. ) 'I Drucker is Art Call' %  M Fink is her co-chairman MrHarrj E Wolli u .-.idem in charge of membership, and overall chairman of the function, and USi Get* funkel is chairman of the day. Mrs. James Knopke and lira Jack Shapiro are in charge of hospitality What makes the unswitchahle hrand unswitchable? BB Youth Raise Funds for Heart South Florida Council of the B'nai B rith Youth Organization held its annual Tag D I) this year, benefitting the Heart Association of Greater Miami, ail day ;. -t Tfaun "Tag Day" coordinators Michele. Lebar an I Harold Stan • thai more than H the 2?. chapters f the Una, B nth Youth 'irganiaal fundfor Heart contrih utota in U ill through o it Dadt md HbUyv SUNSWEET. PRUNES ...from SUNNY CALIFORNIA CIT your family uu> finatt.. ir* ripened and "Super Tender iied" Sumweet Piuaee. Sealed la a handy, removable inner bag and sealed again in a foil wrapped box to keep them juicy moist. Rich in natural fruit nutritloe and the natural way to regularity. Certified Kosher and Parve. FOR MEALS AND OUT-OF-PACKAGE NOSHING Crf? 1 ** rnap^na rmsina) Your family! Why? Because families like yours which use vegetarian beans



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    r.-dny, September 10, 1965 ^ +JewM nrrMtor. Page 3-3 ### ^Awoout /people TEN WOMEN, TEN LUNCHEONS, TEN CARD PLAYERS Faye I Mrs. Tobias' Su&sman entertained it tunthaon at the Co-si.il House. It Ls hard to talk nut Ml al the same UOM, but everyone had so much to tell about the loixjj hot summer ami their trips (ioinj: to Kurope now is just like going to the corner drug store. The guests were Mollie Mr Soli .Silverman, Mrs. Trudy HamerjKhlan, Snarl (Mrs Lawrence) Silverman, Mrs. Ann Stein. Ra<" (Mrs. Ben) iiamnieriuan, Mrs. Florence Glass, Mrs Birdie Curtis. Mrs. Ida Alt schuBtr, and dear FaJgaJa Broad. Alter lunch, the talking went on. but somehow they manto play cards at the same time. an d p laces VACATIONS ARE OVER Or, Bertram Thorpe ami his Rabbettc spent a • vacation m New York with friends Hut the ir's Girl Friday, Rosaline Bertin and her i,!. Garraye, were more adventurous They i %  and Hawaii, They got on an old %  k in the mm i • and their bundles, squealing ki Is anin ale i hej w em from Pap* %  er a"-! • hter. Shi : .\i A York, whirr the) attended at thi • Moi n/ II" 1 • %  %  i the) bui lot Kosenki I :, into the arm nl center to nch A-re in a night club • hen. • • GOODBYE MA. SEND MONEY ;the lime for the pride and joj of cadi ,• to off to c ll< -> Ton •• Karson left nville L'niversit) His mother, Phj lee the i roverbial hen who lost her ; imm) was acinias il he had been : from slavery into freedom lael Brown's mother, Barbara (.Mrs B own, is moal meticulous, His trunk as tent ofl to Gainesville in plenty of lime i' • arrive, so in between registering, Michael to d.i-h aikjut getting the basic foundation wardrobe Uott) Mrs Leon Kaplan says they are so now that her baby has gone to GainesStanley is quite a bab) Dotty has a %  ; little toe these da) \ Jollj Green Giant ed "ii the sheM .<: the market right onto her • • • AND AWAY WE GO lanne I pandemonium at the ta of the first Jackie Gleason show at tbe Miami Beach Auditorium The auditorium waa translonned into a Studio with all kinds of lights and cameras, extra Stages and balconies, and 32 microphoneTime are 150 members of the production staff, and all of them were in evidence. Hank Meyer and Mitchell Wolfson, walking down the middle aisle, stopped to say "hello" to Hank's parents. Seated in that part of the auditorium were Miriam and Milton Sirkin, Sally Bachrach, Councilman JotMalek and Koohelie Lynn, Paula and Art Hoffman. Harriet (Mrs. Otto) Fenias. Tcen-ajiers included Sharon Lloyd. Danny Goldman ami Judith Cordon. Johnny Olson, the announcer, stopped to kiss his redheaded wife. Penny, who was sitting with Bea (Mrs. Jack) Rosa. The tapping will be seen on September 18. FORTY YEARS, FORTY GUESTS ll. i"' and Rock) Pomerance honored Hopes parents, Laura and Al Mason, at dinner in the Room 'i the Fontainebleau Hotel. It was their Wth anniversary Cocktails were served t in-the Cl Room, I. aura, in a long th a beaded top, danced the Anniversary Waltz with Al. Among guests : %  floor three \i %  Yoi k Mr and Mrs Myrtle Talli i M hi Mil key J e Hall Jr. and Mrs. Mel\ in Richli. rrj B Smith, Judge and rkman, Vlr and Mrs. .lack Popick, U ich, and Mr, and Mrs Gardner. • > NEXT JUNE, 1964 Cul Ackerraan bad been anticipating the i a r "i her engagement to iie doesn't rememu it — just lhat she and her mother and father, Mr, and Mrs. William Ackerraan, and I ind his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Howard P id Danny's grandmother, \li-. Minnie Miller, all wore flowers, Poor Juan had a high temperature for the occasion, and she's %  that on the 18th of June nexl year, her temperature will be normal — no bugs and no tin Unong guests at the party were Patt) Kantor and Alan Wein-Uiil. Linda and Dave 'lav,, boulos, Gale Lazarus and Harris Gubernick, Mr. Frank) I, Milt Furman, Mr. and Mrs Edward Levine Mr and Mrs Sam Band, Mrs rdt, Mr. and Mrs Julius Schroimnier, and Mr and Mrs. Frances Lehman MR. AND MRS. WtlNtR True Sisters Plan Membership Tea ed Oi der of True Sisters, Mi i 13, will hold a meeting al \ aI) children's Hospital "ii ') p m The i will ber bring; %  men Mrs %  nt, has announced thai Mrs. Martin Sosna, n, iplanning .. taJ v. Hin A SI \!. lit i > VI arii i Balaban, Weiners Mark 25th Anniversary Mr an I Mrs Phil Weiner oi Aug. 21 united ihew family an friends to join them at the Algid Hotel at a dinner dance to help ce ebrate their 25th wedding anniveraary. The Weiners were married 25 years ago in the YMHA biuldin. and several of the original guests were present at the anniversar celebration. Among them were their matio oi honor, Mrs. Weiners sister. Mr-. John (Kitty Layton. bridesman Mi". Weiner's sister. Mrs. Irving (Florence) Schlachtman. from M ami. also two of ihe singers at the wedding, the bride's sister from Durham, N.C., Mrs Joe (Dottle Rose arid niece, Mrs Irwin i Ktelle) Rubenstein, from Lima, Pen MrRose sang several songi the anniversary also. 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    IFridav September 10, 19G5 PH/ fhrKRru* Page 5-B ^lami Beach Chapter of Hadassah announces the formation %  of ifci8th group to be -fcfiown as the Eddie Cantor Group of %  he Miami Beach Chapter of Hadassah. Under the leadership of Mrs. Fred Jonas, a former Miami Beach Chapter presient, 50 women gathered at the home of Mrs. Harry Pearl >n Tuesday, Aug. 24. A complete executive staff was named, %  rith Mrs. Jonas as first president. Plans are formed for an istallation luncheon Oct. 20 at the Fontainebleau Hotel. Front )w '.left to right! are Mesdames Fred Jonas, Harry Pearl, lairy Glass. Max Messinqer, David Strichard and Martin teach Hadassah Meetings Mapped Fleischman. Second row (left to right) are Mesdames Samuel Dellon, Harry Leff, Samuel Saslow, Lena Waldman, Saul Fe!tzin, Samuel Katz, Meyer Cohen, Hy Drachman, Edward Saskin, Arthur Trotter, Benjamin Lentz. Rear row (left to right; are Mesdames A. M. Packard, Benjamin Elias, Chester Kopelman. Samuel Beckman. Ben Stone, Sidney Fiucht. Benjamin Duckman, Toby Lavine, Max Axelrod, Julius Gold. Milton Kaye. Nat Naitove, Harold Levey, Gus Bernstein and Benjamin Abrams. AEPhi Alumnae To Meet Tuesday it : • a I ll %  on : I Pi : air Ne ed %  scholarship at the University. •mm; Laiarus Croup will hold first meeting in Monday noon tin Washington Federal, Nor indj • < Agen la ili include of boar I membera and 'icers i us a report on the re km national convention by Mrs iik u fstein, president of the cup [First %  eeting -i the new aeaeon Morten Towers Group of Hadasleth Moshe Ladies lap Programs MrBert Streit president, Beth ihi terhood, will conduct the fun's nr^t meeting of the season Moi evening In Popiel Social hi the s terhood, dh I led into ten Icles, be served bj Mrs Fred laiiK. September Circle Huth • and Mi J Carl Wool, May i %  chairman 11' will include a National Mneti League skil A Conversion l tece," directed by Mrs. Jof\,h \-" who will also partici Me witi Mrs Wool Mrs Jack tmper 1 and Mrs Seymour Pack Id [on Ui nesdaj noon, the Sistergramming vice president, who has arranged a fashion talk preset ed by Bunline's as the afternoon entertainment. Here are two of the best reasons why Colgate is the world's largest selling anti-cavity toothpaste. Mothers know that Colgate was directly compared with the best-known fluoride brand and confirmed unsurpassed in reducing new cavities. And Colgate tastes best. Encourages regular brushing as dentists recommend. Helps stop bad breath, too. Shouldn't Colgate be your family toothpaste? Oulgitte TXZSXJS2SS \ • 196$, Coifate-Paimoilx Company



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    rriday. September 10. 1965 +Je*lst) rtvrkf/rtn Page 7-B ^t^eptevnber Jjrim cs arc Jj)ound for the <2*Htar Drucker-Yoeger R.-ihbi Loon Kronish and Cantor kbraJtam Scif officiated at the redding ot Miss Barbara Yaeer I mi A. Norman Drucker in 7:30 .clock rites on Saturday. Sept. 4. (,i the Fontainebleaii Hotel. The bride is the dau-jhter of Mr. Bnd Mrs. Seymour YacRer. 1430 ,-nox Ave. The {{room is the son Irs RDM Dmeker and the Me Mr. Julius Dmeker, of 22.1 lfth St. M.iid oi honor for her cousin was Miss Susan Yaeger. Mrs. Joseph -.ichenhaum. the ({room's aunt. PM matron of honor. Bridesmaids Included liouise BMRf. Linda %  Lesslor. Janice Fleischer. Edyce iosenwaeaer and Cale K-ko Best m n or his brother was red Dmekar. Ushers were Barry eniR. Jeffrey Yaecer. Bruce kMDMMd Howard Kan tor and Jyron Bcrman. For her wedding, the bride lose an elezant white silk peau soie coat d r e m s. featuring a rove-leas empire style beaded liee gown with sheath over nrt. The removable lonx-sleeved nneJed front coat also featured M empire line. The train termin ted into a chapel trotn hearted i-iUh seed pearls on the skirt •ndicc and sleeve edge. Her matchinc hiffh peau de soie crown raa trimmed with seed pearls and ad a triple trim and pouf of 'rench illusion. Npwiywed Mrs. Dnii-koT gradu 'id from Miami Beach High hool and Business School The pnem is a graduate of the I .J la'iin oan... bow do you say Paradiso?" Tdcn" h undoubtedly fha oid that Chef Boy'Ar-Deo v n searching for to dnenha the true Italian-style flavor of tii. wondoriully rich **uca CHEF BOY-AR-DK* SPAGHETTI SAUCE with Mushrooms So |ood wi:h so many disfiet —v*Shetii, macaroni or rice, for left over meat or fish, for cheese and omelets. Made % ith flavor-peak tomntoet, trices and tender mushrooms, aimmered to perfection for true It.iliantaiie. keep pica;/ on band. At last! A margarine with all three 1. 100% DAIRY FREE 2. LIQUID MAZOtA CORN OIL J. NEW NO-BURN FORMULA MAZOLA MARGARINE Wraer-Kntin mS. A. N0KMAH DRUCKIR I'niverslry of Wisconsin and University of Miami Law School He i a member of the Florida and American Bar Associations and a charter member of the Federal Bar Association. Recently elected a director o| the newly formed United Educators Life insurance Qo of Florida, he also holds Interests in the Peter Miller and Ha lei rJt Hi'iels. Baaaptton followed the oeremenj in the .lade promenade Room ol the FontainebJeau, alter whirii a low n dinner was set ved in the West Ballroi tn. After their honeymoon, the OOUple l 1 1 live .it 1777 CoUMlfi Ave Miami Beach, Max Cowan, of South Euclid. O. Maid of honor was Miss Allison Poddl. Mrs Arlene Greene and Carol Jane Shaffron were bridesmaids. Ronald Meltzer w a s best man. and ushers included Barry Wasman and Larry Sa&lavv. For her wedding the new Mrs Cowan was attired in a silk organza gown along the empire line, featuring slender shirs, half sleeves adorned with tiny tucks. and alencon lace on the bodice, sleeves and hemline. She carried a lacy cascade of tiny white orchids and stcphanotis. Her headpiece was a cluster of lace roses set off with organza leaves. The bride went to Miami Senior High School and Ohio State l'ni | versity, where she belonged to Sigma Delta Tau Sorority and received an AB degree in English. Mr. Cowan went to Ohio State l'ni versity. and is a graduate of the Cleveland Marshall Law j School. Reception and dinner followed at the Diplomat Country Club. AIJamaica honeymoon, the { m .% 0*1 11*1 > MKS. BHtHAK* COWAN SW ter a Jamaica honeymoon, tne —" Mrs *>} lievUn of 626 couple will live at 3130 SW 27th lwh Tcr • M,anu Ave., Miami. For her wedding, the bride chose a g o w n of pure silk organza. The fitted bodice was deGittleman-Berlin signed with a round neckline and After a honevmoon spent in imported chantilly lace with hand Weiss was junior H^X^ city and Acapulco. the embroidered seed pearls Long former Barbara Ellen Berlin and sleeves tapered to points over her Robert Steven Gittleman will live wri-ts. The lace highlighted Werner Vattn MIK. mmrr nAHCtr Robert M a n d e 1 was best man for his brother. Ushers included Sheldon Weiss and Jack Tarabolous Jeifrey usher. Newlvwed Mrs. PI a n c e y is I graduate of Miami Senior High al 1331 SW 32nd Ave. Miami. School. She attended Miami-Dade The couple exchanged 6 o'clock Junior College, was graduated wedding vows on Sunday. Sept. 5. Plancy-Afandef Mr and Mrs .Ulfrey Robert Plant ey an sp, rulinc their hon eyinoon in the CataMB mountauiiiie lonarar Miss Landa Mandei anbi ."yilonion Schiff officiatad •| he bride ia hr daughter of Mr and Mrs Andrew Mandei. I'.i21 S*' lXth Ave. Miami, and grand ;.liter of Ihe late Mr. and Mrs Herman (ioldberuer The groom'l parents are the Ira Ptanocy'a oi riackeneacfc, N.J. For her wedding, the bride chose a gow n featuring a fulllength ahaatti ol imfwttad peau de soie. The fitted bodice was trimmed with afc-ncon lace encrusted with seed pearls. There were mat:nng appliques of aleninii lace and seed pearis on the fingertip sleeves, sheath skirt and detachaMa oathadwU train. The bride's crown, of a atoning peau de soie and pearls, was shaped in an open pill box with a fingertip, scalli ped veil ol French illu9MB. She carried a Bible with cascading orchids. Maul of honor was Miss Juliette Friedman. Bridesmaid for her sister was Miss Linda Ruth I'laticcy. Lynn Kte a H c was junior bridaamaid from Temple University School of Dial Hygiene, and recently ncaivsd a BS degree m education. The bride is a member of the American Dental II enists \sociarion and is currently in harge of the dental examination and health program fi r the i pper Pa school system. .vtr. Pliuiee-. graduated from Havkenaack ac h oo ta and attended Dartmouth College at Hanover, \ ii lie is now a senior at the L'ntversitj ol Pennsylvania School ot Dental Me d icin e, where he Is an officer of Alpha Omega Dental Fraternity and a lieutenant in the V S Army Reserve. The couple will live in Philadelphia. Cowan-Wasman JoAnn Ma Waanaan became the bride of Bernarr Carl lowan in K 30 o'clock rMea on Sunday. Sept 5 at the Diplomat Country Ctal) Rahbi Sol Landau ofliciated. The bride is the daughter Of Mr. and Mrs Milton Robert Wasman. 2B10 SW 5th Ave.. M i a m i. The groom's parents are Mr and Mrat the Algiers Hotel, with Rabbi Alfred Waxnian officiating The bride ithe daughter of Mr the skirt that swept to a regal train. 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    r.day, September 10, 1965 +Je*lsti fhtHi.tr Page 9-B eptentber R J :ontinu*d from Preceding Pg* K • r tonne. Ij Ol tnd now of Miami !i. English al | ty. After a hone> j rfo Rico, the 11 North Miami Beach. Light tf-ffcrne \\.>; riscilla Ann Kane, daugh[ r of Mr and Mrs. Howard Kane, ,-, Allison K I. and Kenneth Jaj 5 ,i. son of Mr and Mrs George tht. 4780 Pinetree Dr., were irried in a family wedding ccri on Saturday. Sept. 4. 7:30 at the Doral Beach Hotel. Ibbi Joseph R. Narot officiated. For her wedding, the bride chose Ivor y brocade floor-length \n featuring an empire waist. Maid of honor for her sister was ss Carol Sue Kane. Larrie Blask served as best man. Weulywvd Mrs. Light graduated i m Miami Beach Senior High ool and the University of Miwith a Baotielor of Educadegrec. |K LTIK..TI graduated from the litefietd School and attended 1'nivcrsity of Miami. He is a Tiber of Alpha Epsilon Pi Fra•:t> and associated with Olian of New York City. <-ccption followed the cerefiy at the Doral Beach. After a Russins Reveal JudiHi's Betrothal I'r and Mrs Lester A, Ri Mto! "I Miami B< ai h, nnenl ol their • r, Judith Ann. to Jefl Marbillies %  :. ol Mr and Mi C ol Dave rt, la. M ss Russin ia graduate oi Ml Be 'n H She al • i I Bard C tile [i in Lnnandali on II I M. N Y and is ; r al the I i ivi sity i Miami, where she is an English major Mr Margulies attended the State University ol Iowa, and was affil1'ated w!lh Phi Epsilon Pi. social I fraternity. He ta presently 8SSOI ciated with Eagle Food Centers, jlnc. of Rook Island. Ill The wedding will take place on February 12, 1966. i B. Alien Becki %  MISS JUDITH nussm Wrrntr-Kahi, MM. KtNHUH IIGHJ honeymoon spent in Jamaica, the couple will be at home at 230 E. 79th St.. New York. liss Lieberman rill Wed Rabbi |Mrs. Muriel Lieberman, 1752 S. idea Dr., Mo. Miami Beach, and William Lieberman. of West tlywood, announce the engagccnt of their daughter. Sarah inc. to Ronald Avery Werner, of Mr and Mrs. Jules Werner. 169th Tcr. Miss Lieberman graduated from th Mianu Senior High School attends the University <>f Florat Gainesville. After interntat I'o nee de Leon Junior High tool, she will receive a Bachelor I Arts in December. Mr Werner also graduated from rth Miami Senior High School, tended Miami Dade Junior Col re. and now attends Florida State uversity at Tallahassee, where he majoring in speech. liter graduation, he will attend reu Cruon College in Cincinnati. O where he will study for the Reform rabbinate. Miss Lefkowitz Plans Jan. Rites Mrs. libby Lefkowitz, of Clifton, N.J., formerly of No. Miami Beach, announces the engagement of her daughter, Miriam Faye, to Michael David lieberman, son of Mrs. Muriel Lieberman. 1752 So. Glades Dr., No. Miami Beach, and Mr. WilUam Lieberman, of West Hollywood. Miss Lefkowitz graduated from North Miami Senior High School and attended the American Instii utte of Banking in New Jersey. Mr. Lieberman graduated from North Miami Senior High School and is attending Bitston University in Boston. Mass., from which he will be graduated in January. 1966. He is a member of Phi Sigma Delta Fraternity. A February. 1966 wedding is planned. miSS MIRIAM IffKOWITZ Panel Slated At Auxiliary Season's Opener D;Murray Heiken will conduct a psychologists' panel at the first %  ; M r i "•< %  < %  of ... I %  ban tn Hospital Auxiliarj on Sepl 23 al the Everglades Hotel The program will begin at 10 30 a m., and will deal with "How to Overcome Problems of Daily Living President Mrs. Doran Zinner has announced th;it. for the first time, t'le initial meeting of the season, will be open to the public. "Serious problems confront mothers every day, decisions ranging from the demands of children to the needs for discipline and guidance." said Mrs. Zinner. "The organization-woman who volunteers her free personal time for health and welfare causes owes a substan. tial block of hours to her family. She must decide how to meet unusual domestic crises swiftly and calmly, how to handle the day-byday problems without unduly disturbing basic beliefs and principles, and at all times, appearing with her husband as the firm directors of the family unit," she stated. These concepts, and others, will be discussed by the psychologists of Dr. Hcikcn's panel. Questions from the audience will be welcome, according tit Mrs. Frank Rose, chairman of the day. Publicity Chairman Mrs. David Hess announced that each member in good standing will be eligible for special awards to be presented at the close of the program. miSS SAKAH UMERMAN TEMPLE MENORAH Miami Beach, Fla. REGISTERING NOW NURSERY PRE KINDERGARTEN AGES 3 to 5 Years LICENSED STAFF HEBREW PROGRAM OBSERVANCE OF HOLIDAYS ARTS ft CRAFTS SECULAR PROGRAM DRAMATICS Retogniied Rrodmq SIMPLE HEBREW CONVERSATION Rtodmws Program SONGS AND DANCES INDIVIDUAL ATTENTION For Further Information Phone UN 6-2156 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 — JEFFERSON HIGHLAND MURRAY UNION FRANKLIN PLAZA NEWTON Workmen's Circle Still Registering Registration is still open for the I. L. Pori'tz Workmen's Circle Schools. School So. 1 starts Sunday, 10 a.m. at 1545 SW 3rd St.. Miami. School No. 2. being held at YM and WHA. 8500 SW 8th St. starts Monday at 3:30 p.m. Max Gleiberman will again be director and teacher. The school board is considering an evening adult Yiddish class if enough inter* >t is shown. Information is available at the Workmen's Circle of Greater Miami. 940 Lincoln Rd. Tile I L I'eretz Workmen's Circle Schools are open to children oi non-members, starting at age 6. The curriculum includes reading, writing and speaking the Yiddish language Children are also taught the history, literature .md culture of the Jew* The schools, along ith the Workmen's Circle Chorus Of GreatW Miami, directed by Hen Yonun. are part of the educational program. Mar-Parv Opens New Ad Campaign Mar-Parv, the Kosher Pareve Margarine, is launching its new ad vertising campaign nationwide in L'U leading English language-Jewi h newspapers with a total circulation of 743.669. This will include informative ads about all-purpose Mar Pan Margarine and s use in the Jewish home, as well as 10 and 16cent coupon ads. Mar-Pan la made by the Miami Margarine Company ol Cincinnati, ene of the nation's leading margarine manufacturers for tort> yean. Miami recognised the need "for a Kosher Pareve Margarine ten years ago and produced MarI'arv all vegetable Margarine. made with highly unsaturated corn oil and other vegetable oils, plus Vitamins A and D added It contains no milk or animal fat. so it may be used in the preparation of and served at Jewish meals containing meat or dairy foods. Mar Pan may also be used by people allergic to milk and milk product-, and in any die) where milk is restricted. Kosher Pareve Mar-PanMar garine is produced under strict supervision of the I'nion of Orthodox Jewish Congregations of America and bears the (D) seal on the pack age. — ST. .—* lie wish uou ./< *> \JTappy* \J{aUh%f &c J^rosporous ^ Vw J/can and suggest you order your | Holiday 'GfCoil'C/tS Early Ulteu II mean even more /rent %  ^ l I $>


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    Page 10-B +Jet**n€*M**n Friday. % %  !! j u i j t I s r c Si -. • <• 7 n (i .1, t: U W Cl ci ;|J W ir ki t.-i: th th. mi th. Parents to MeeT At Beth Am \*vnani Kaplan nih Cumn -' J7 fc*-th Am. it> or Bas Mtrra+i dorr vrar. ter Mon*;i\ -•,. -^al Ml a. a~ calte, m ^"" of chji-•-• h I r.aarl to an-ww quesnoa* HerWn M Baum^m rjmaoB. aorr. !rRalph Lucn^ | Shabbal cha..-Kfrmi! Bwaheirmr kufctuah efcairraar wi Mil The Jewish National Fund leadership of Greater Miami met katt week to bid iaiewell to Johan Btrman, vice president of tfte IMF Council here, who will mettle in Israel with his wife, Selma. The Bermans were the first here to establish their Johan and Seima Berman Nachla in Israel by bequeathing the greater part of their estates to the Foundation of the Jewish mrtonal Fund. Front row 'left to right) are Isidore Riflcin. Ezra Finegold. Harry Rosen. Mrs. Dorothy Kaminetzky. Mrs. Nathan Bookspan. Mrs. Abraham Mason. Mrs. Louis Lusttg. Bade row (left to right) are Abraham Fraidlm. Mrs. Max Affachmer. Abraham Grunhut. Mayshie Friedberg. Benjamin Appel. Max Attachiner. Jacob FUhman. Leon J. BL Johan Berman. Mr. and Mrs. Max Hecht, Sam Kagan. Bernard Katx and Mrs. Robert Garber. Sunshine Chapter Birthday Party Set for Oct. 19 Sunshine Chapter. B'nai B'rith women, \rill havta birthday party D<1 paid-up membership luncheon o n Tu esday. Oct in. at the AmanTemple lion Sisterhood "i Kii','.'. Tou" evciiny %  ing and rpfreshm'".'•. Temple Zior %  >xi on Saturday. 8 p.m cana Hotel Membership vice pre< ident is Mrs Samuel Kupesel Mrs. Prank Burg is president ami Peering i^ommittee memtoers are MrRobert Baumchl. co^hairman. MrMornIJ"rnst*Mi;. MrSam Ml Rabson. Mrs. MornWiUsOO MrMilton Weinberv Mrs Arnol.l Hotfu-nhtr.. Mr.lack DssflMt MrBi-rnard Friedman. Mrs Mar ry Ross. Mrs. Sidney l.evin. MrJark (ioldberg. Mrs Joseph Sam uels and Mrs Thomas Friedman. Prospective memberare invitei In attend the general meet. tinchapter on Wednesday, Sept 29, 12 10 p m at w.-1-tiirivr.r Federal Auditorium, 689 NE Ifi No Miami lieaeh. Suburban Leac Je Lunch Wednesday! Suburban Leaser A... „,, paie opening hirtr-Vr, tart rrrusir and flSMn v a. announced b\ r>.' HTl HIM jri! Kafa free to merr.^-%  ..-. p*id .p fnr the S& I'M* MEET PERFECTIONISTS IN THE CATERING FIELD They are .-e:.a ad IN -;-:'ere. Call Mr. Taic-^er at JEfft'sor, 8-0811 for tha best function yo.'.e evar hadl ocfMHMBi, coums muuf mp uaco'ji wu Mail SUPERB CATERING IN A LUXURIOUS NEW SETTING Miami's newest, most beautiful accommodations for weddings, club luncheons, banquets, bar mitzvahs. card pa r ties, confirmations, receptions, etc. Parking on premises. For groups from 15 to 1500...superb cuisine...fine wines, experienced, personalized attention. Call Joseph Meyers, Catering Manager, 379 8861. DUPONT PLAZA HOTEL Announcing... BOSTON POPS Concerts SATURDAYS 2 P.M. Presented by AUTO RADIO COMPANY Blaupur* Cdr ra d; os and AUGUST BROS. BAKERY Balers cr 23 varieties ct bread & rolls UJVCG SOUTH FLORIDA'S GOOD MUSJC STATIONS £ "J? 8 0 KC !" > m Watts FM 1 05.1 MC. -160,000 Watts i ma rmsinij



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    Seotember 10, 1965 •Mnlstnrr/frfttr Paqe 1: 3 Noted Educator to be Eulogized by Local Hebraists | ge Six Million," by Louise Nevelson, a major work of re, was dedicated recently at the Jewish Museum in | fork in a brief program commemorating the victims of I -zi holocaust. Dr. Louis Finkelstein. chancellor of the I Theological Seminary of America, under whose aus..%  Mirsiewrwvperates, spoke at the presentation cereThe large sculpture was secured for the Jewish MuP y Mr. and Mrs. Albert A. List. >ti Moshe Seeks Injunction Against itarday Election Scheduled in H Miami v.ii-inil7. spirit • ol Beth Moshe Cani i urn. late 'l h I he Jew ish IIon HM '!);•! ation •.instituting suit •hr i it) > I North Miami I .Mm. c IUIM ilmanie l Saturda) | M.ircovit/ said that Keth behlfl joined m Ihe Milt ireatef Miami Hahbinical "ii and the American Jewess \-' Reggia Yanlett, wif • of -nric*n Jewish Conoress ctH.ve director, will bo pleinItl ihe action. Tobias Simon, lam attorney ar%d iHomay for orida Civil Liberties KJnil handling the suit, Rabbi it (i It] said. • onl) syiMMJoajne in North teems to ua t" be our n>le gel .HI injunction," Kai>l>i de I.IIV I, adding th.it i lection be held on I aa scheduled, then Sabbath: i in J< ara ill automatic be disenfrnm hiaed The election, originally scheduled for Tuesday, was postponed da; day b) the North Miami Cit) Council despite tinadaioe ol Mayor Elton .1 (iissendanner to reschedule it tor next Tuf berg, director of the Jewirb Edveation Committee ol New York; Samuel Dinin, former director of the l i tngeles Bureau of Jewish fSducation; and Dr Moshe Davis, of • L'nii i! rtt) in Jerusalem !• vas Dr Davis < vered the eulogy al Handler's funeral. Handler was one of ths founders of the Principals Association of Greater New York and was once considered the Dean of Jewish Education ir America. For the past ten years. Handler nit it \i i: F:0'ina THE iMsrvvM; 340 Biscayne Boulevard • M ; imi FACING BISCAYNE BA"Vh'£Rf TUT STARS AND NMVM JOIN Y0!,' KSIIVIIliS AT THf BEAUTIFUL NfWIY DECORATtD M \ltl H.lll HAM UOOM SEATING UP TO 303 WEDDINGS • CONFIRMATION ir BANQUETS • RECEP: ONI • LUNCHEONS MEETINGS A T I II 1 X ttrlttlf Rasher foeilifiei Available Under Suaarvithm a* RABBI TIB0R H. STERN CALL Miss SHIRLEY, Ca'ering Manager, FR 9-3792 (>n the ocean at m!arui beach 4 A new standard of elegance on Miami llcach. Superbly planned and executed weddings, luncheons, business meetings 04 ranging from 10 to 1000, OR % a rniaml country dull setting Spaciousness b the keynote of your affair amidst the plushness of the Doral Country Club. Weddings, confirmations, banquets are enhanced by the country club atmoa-J phere of this resorMsuic. For complete detatli, pleas* colt Mr. David Kavac, Director of Food and Beverage) Doral Beach Hotel and Country Club t JB 2-3600 lived in Miami, v here he was a leading member of tSe Talmud Study Group of Temple EmanuEl. Handler as survived by his wife, Esther; a son, Dr, Archie Handler. a daughter, Mrs. Charles Feinman, and seven grandchildren, Memorial services are s pons or e d by the Moadon. Hebrew-speaking Circle, the H< bre* E I M Alliance, the Hebrew Teachers AMM anon, and the Bureau <>i Jewish t.iiication. Committee in charge of arrangements consists ol Isaiah Adier, Harr y Peraiii Kwttney, Joshu• Stadlan, Shimon Azulay. Louifl Gallon, and LoDia Schwart/man. exec Uttve director ol the Bureau of Jewish Education, Seagram Sets Up Equal Opportunity Program Group Joseph w. Christian has been appointed vice chairman of the Plan for Progress Committee of Joseph K Seaajmn & Sons. Inc. The purpOH of the Lironp is to insure implenicntation of the equal employment opportunity policy of Ihe firm a ltd its ale divisions Tito committee was formed as a result of a merlinc between president Lyndon B, Johnson and Edgar M. Bronfman, president of Joseph E Seagram & Sons, Inc held to confirm the support of American industry in equal cinployimnt pracWWIe such a policy had been ihe lu toiical practice ol Seagram, Ihe group was established i" Incontinued and energetic acii'>n upon the goals i i the Pi i lent < om-m ittee on Equal Emortunity, Christ i tne market staff ol Seagram Distillers Co. in H), rising t" national sales sii Dbrvisor and assistant director ol public relatii Chairman <>l I I is important com mittee i> .lack Yogman, vice pies ident and assistant to the president of Joseph K. Seagram & Sons, Inc. I his conipan) markets, In the I'nited States and throughout the free world, such impoitant brands as Seamam's V.O., Crown RoyaJ, l"( ur Hoses. Canadian Lord Calvert. 100 Plpen, Martell lirandv and a BOSt Of other whiskev v wine-, cordials and brandies. — ST. Rosenberg Heads Red Cross Unit Bill Rosenberg, of 9" West Ave has accepted the post of Red Cross volunteer Motor Corps chairman for the Bade County Chapter Boson berg, who has driven for Motor Corps for many months, was formerly a resident ol New York City, where he taught mathematics in the public schools, Up n in* retirentent, he and Ins wife, Charlotte, who had spent vacate decidt l lo make MiBeach their home Rosenberg is a member of the Jewish War Veti h Gate M Social Club, where he serves aa Bikur Cholim Slates Luncheon l'ukur Cholim "f the Israelite I %  uiii hold Its first luncheon ol the new season on Wednesday noon in the Soeial Hall at 3196 SW 24th Ter Serving with Mr> Esther RichniHn. chairman, are UN Jest Finkelstein and Mrs Klsie Kisner, cochairmen All funds raised are marked for the SICK and needy, according to I Mrs. Mac Homer, president. ^w **. THERE IS ^^..T^CJP ONLY ONE 'ontainetleau Can U. LISTia ^ALIt SANOUET MANAOtS JEI'rton -i11 ON TMS OCEAN AT 4ttl BTRSMBT MIAMI BtSACH. Fl^. j ii ii. %  i %  'I itin Have that lustiness Meeting, Banquet, or Special Occasion op You'll find complete #P facilities to exactly satisfy €* your needs in the Kismet, %  Aladdin, Scheherazade and Rubaiyat Rooms, be it for a ^ wedding or a private party I at Ih for lnlormllonl HAZEL ALLISON Catering Director, JE 1-6041 Cflth St. A Collins Avo. For Eleganl Functions nplele Catanng Faellitlas %  ">* Special ^— Pait, served in supe-b lashior. setting lna I fcl will rcllecl your good taste. ^.CONFIRMATIONS • RECEPTIONS • WEDDINGS BANQUETS • MEETINGS • PARTIES A Tl|. iil or a gala calibration with 3.500 iu*Hi. DIETARY LAWS STRICTLY OBSERVED UNDER THE SUPERVISION OF RABBI TIB0R H. STERN GDEAUVILLE PHONE: UN 5-8511 ON THE OCCAM AT th STRSBT. MIAMI BEACH : Charips Miller, Executive Food Director



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    Page 12-B mjmhtifhridKan i 1 t I Yc^Mi^tAik for Medicare ., -iti Attorney Eugene J. Weiss was last week elected associate municipal judqe by the Miami Beach City Council. Judge Weiss was sworn into office by Deputy City Clerk George Heinold. Judqe Weiss is president of the Miami Beach Apartment House Association. He is the brother of Beach Councilman Joseph Malek. Sky Lake Will Get New Charter Gov. Haydon Bums, of Florida, has designated newly-appointed Justice of the Peace Bernard Ber7iian to present t.he state charter to the newly-formed Sky Lake Synagogue of North Miami Beach. Judge Bermao will deliver the main address and make the presentation to Daniel P. Tunick. president of the congregation, nt the Friday evening Oneg Shabbat Service this weekend at Unified Hall, 2300 .\E 171st St.. No, Miami Beach. Berman will also present Certificates of Award to the following charter members of the new congregation: Daniel P. Tunick. president: Harry Morovitz, vice president; Maurice Rosen, vice president; Raphael Levi. secretary: Alois I.evine. treasurer; Edward Tunick. financial secretary; Hyman iBioft, Asher Ensjelman. Samuel Fiiedlander. David Gelber. Harry Kat, Irving Katz. Stanley Kestin. Jack Kornfeld, Irving Laufer. Harvey Leifman, Melvin Lewis. Norman LielHTinan. David Litman Rabin Jonah E, Caplan and Cantor Lewis Goodman. Services will be conducted by Rabbi Caplan and Cantor Goodman sky Lake Synagogue Sisterhood will 1H' hosts to the congregation at a reception in honor of the charter members following the sen ce By MARSHALL WISE District Manager Miami Downtown Office The second part <>i the new social security medical care plan isn't automatic. You have to ask lor it The cost is S3 a month. You must be 65. if you're drawing social security monthly checks, the $3 can be held out of your etieck. If you're not drawing social security, you'll have to send in $3 every month. If you're 65 or more this year, you have from September 1, 1965 through March 31. 1966 to sign up for this part of tihe medical care program If you're drawing social security checks, ...ihJacm you'll need to sign will come to you through the mail. If you're not. vou should visit the social security office after Sept. 1 to sign up. The Medical Insurance Plan pays for things that the Hospital Plan doesn't pay for. It. too. starts July 1. 1966. It covers doctor's services in a hospital, your home, a clinic, the doctor's office or anywhere else the doctor treats you. It includes surgical dressings and splints, easts, rental of medical equipment such as iron lunus. oxygen tents, hospital beds, and wheelchairs used in your home, prosthetic devices, radium, ambulance service, etc. It also pays for diagnostic X-Ray. laboratory Stupell Joins Atlantis Hotel Henry J. Stupell. general manager of the Shorcham-Norman Ho tels for 25 years, since their inception, has announced termination of Ills sen-ices there. Stupell has now accepted the P08| (f Bales diretfor of the Atlan tls Hotel, on the ocean at 27th St. His name has been previously linked with other hotels in the Greater Miami area in a managerial capacity. and othe Under the Medical Insui Plan, you pay the first K your war'. medical eMHT.se>. rhen social -•• .,nt of the balance for any year vou r covered medical expenses exceed $50. Vou make your own decision about what doctor >OII choose If vou have any questions about ibis or any part of social secur The three Greater M offices are al 230 S M am Ave xu rtk V" and 1240 Wash ington Ave. Miami %  The telephone number for the Downtown Office is 350*131. Ut for the \w 7th Vve Office a 8MBn d [or the Miami Be** Office, il is 53 Friday, September 10. 1965 Metro Course To be Given For Council Here i chip "t a sbort e in l .... Miami N : ( ouncil of .ie:-1 Women, at • ouncil office, 1311 Biw i i Sept 10 and 17 at J M The two three hour SCMOIIS wil !„ conducted by Mrs Allan I necutive director of the Govern menl Research Council Ground is broken for new Broadway Theatre at 1170 Kane Concourse, Bay Harbor Islands. First motion picture theatre to be built in the Miami-Miami Beach area in some 20 years, the Broadway will cost close to three-quarters of a million dollars. Left to right are David Abel, contractor; Leonard Solomon, president; Phil Revitz, treasurer; son, Ronald; Maurice Revitz, secretary; Sol Frankel. executive vice president; Bay Harbor Islands Mayor Shopard Broad; Herb Kaplan, vice president and manager; Councilman Cohen; and L. Edward Mogel. The Broadway will feature rod chair seats. Patrons will be able to set' screen without any obstruction by perso: front. Art gallery and leges will be on upper level, and parking will be for 4 Opening is expected in December AJCong. Radio Program Sunday Sixth in the series of the Pacem in Terris (Peace on Earth I programs, sponsored by American Jewish Congress, Agenda for Action Program, will be aired on Sunday. 5 p.m., over Station WMIE. Discussion on "Requirementfor Peace Mutual Interest and Mutual Tru.-t" will IKpresented. Participants will be J William Fulbnght. chairman. Foreign Relations Committee. United States Senate; Arnold Toynbee. historian; and Lord Caradon, Minister of State for Foreign Affairs. United Kingdom. ROOF LEAK? CALL VICTOR CONN Let us repair it or apply a new one. For free estimate phone: -r ACME i-a co. 685-1952 # iflVrw rr ma nxsvii) |*



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    September 10, 1965 Jfe*/*f Ik-rktlar. Page 13-B )ar honor on Saturday evening at 24 SW 28th Hd.. Miami. JACK GOODMAN Abbell Professorship Created CHICAGO — (JTAi — The es tablishment of the Maxwell Abbell Professorship in Talmud for the College Of Jewish Studies v. as announced here Mr. Abbell, a Harvard-trained Phi B< a Kappa and ;>t one time chairman ol Presidenl Eisenhower's' Committee on Go* : Policy, was ..• %  ,. i aders of Jew ish i ommunitj i rshi) i I unticl .the at ; i LI erica Teachers Will Be Introduced Jack Goodman, principal of the Temple Beth Shirah Hebrew Schools, will be introduced at Friday evening services, 8:15 p.m., this weekend at Beth Shirah, 7500 SW 120th St.. by Rabbi Morris Skop, spiritual leader. Also to be introduced are these faculty members Marlene Scherer. kindergarten; Mrs. Krna Greenwald, kindergarten; Darlene Rice Weingarten. first grade; Ruth D. Glaser. second grade; Sonia Wasserlauf. third grade: William Elfenbein, fourth grade. Paul Klein, fifth grade; Charles Neumann, sixth grade; Eli Skop, seventh grade; Col. Arthur Conn, eighth LTaile: Rabbi Skop. confirmation class; Mrs. Skop. art supervisor. Mr. Goodman is a graduate of the University of Miami School of Education, and is now completing v.ork toward a Doctor of Education degree. BANQUF.TS! RECEPTIONS! Accommodations for up to 300 quests. fOK INfCRMATION PHONt Ml) 1-9301 KING ARTHUR'S COURT STROLLING VIOLINS .NER SUPPER MIAMI SPRINGS VILLAS 500 Deer Run • TU 8-4521 ART B*JNS. Co-Owner MORRIS & RUTH LERNER Catering for All Occasions ', HARRY ZUCKERMAN E$fab/is*eo' im TW PARKING FACILITIES FAMOUS 471 WASHINGTON AVE. JE I-3987 MIAMI BEACH J^esfaurant Closed for Beautification. Re Opening Sept. 23 GREATEST VALUE EVER! POLYNESIAN RESTAURANT • COMPLETE DINNER • DANCING AUTHENTIC HAWAIIAN REVUE ALL FOR 3 95 NO COVIR NO MIN. Symphony Rehearsal Set All Miami Youth Symphony, heginning its eighth season, will hold its first rehearsal in Nancj Greene ll.dl. University of Miami, on Saturday morning, 9 30 a.m. KOSHER HOTEL MARSEILLES HSAND-ELL KOSHER CATERERS ] Now in New Location! 1216 Normandy Dr., Normandy Isle Ners d'Ocuvres Supplied to Hotels & Individuals — Wholesale & Retail BAR V.ITZVAHS • WEDDINGS • SOCIAL FUNCTIONS Call Sol Weiss UN 6-6226 • Supervised by Robbi M Cohen LEISURELY DINING FROM 5 P.M. coMum n*nou*r' 'Acitiriis ,„„„, MIAMI 45t457 .HOLLYWOOD 923-7421 IN HALLANOAIE ON U S I — BISCAYNE BLVD.-. SNOW 4 DANCING r*0* JO • THE SUSAN Sim TRIO | IfobinHopd, OPEN DAILY FOR LUNCH AND DINNER Mon Thru Sit 11:30 am lo Jim. Sunday from 4 p.m. to 2 a.m. COCKTA.LS Prom 6*c 4 to • Hot A Cold Hor D'ueuvre* Reservations 371-2*71 Biscayne Blvd. at N.E. 36th St. Centrally Air Conditioned Daily Per Person Double Occup. 2 5 OF 116 ROOMS SEPT. 1 to 25 7 Includes MODIFIED AMERICAN PLAN lull breakfast and deluie dinner FREE: 21" TV IN EACH ROOM Swlmmmi Pl piivatt %i M* RESERVE NOW FOR I 2 Continental nn Kosher Caterers • WEDDINGS • BAR MITZVAHS • BANQUETS UNLIMITED At Your Home, Hnll or Synoqogue Miami's Only "Shomer ^hohbos" Restaurant — Our.li'y Par Excellence 8393 BIRD ROAD, .vttAMI Phone :26-1744 C.intor jo. Wolf otficiating in our Synagogue CALL: II 8-5 711 Oceanfrontat 17th St. MIAMI BEACH, HA. nnn AAAAAnnnAAAl>rV l >>AAAAV and CATERERS 940 -71st ST. UN 6-6043 Special!-'* for Weddings, Bar Mit7vahs & Social Function! wmmmmmtiaBwmmmmBtmBmmm ROYAL HUNGARIANS: CATERERS 731 Washington Ave. JE 8-5401 Exclusive Weddings, Bar Mitzvahs and Social Functions GRANADA HOTEL 1017 Meridion A"c., Miami Beach Open Veor 'Rci'rtd, Attractive Season & Yearly Rotes (Strictly Koshi l s Duly) PKONE JE 1-C496 MA KOI D PONT „nd I R-V N GOTO'. COHIMIX and l'M •W3 KOSHER CATERERS nU33 J %  %  from bora d'eeevres to a comp'-t* %  tfet ymmmt 170 N.W. 5th ST., MIAMI PHONE FR 4-2655 Unfltr ths st' ict supervision of th United Kjh> t Association of Qreatef M Rabbi! Hal 'ra. OPEN HOUSE UfoniNCS BAD MITZVAHS RECEPTIONS



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    ^ v Sa member 10, 1965 %  **w itCRKitV tsiVEM • • inf sam i' lltlotM nan I • i MM N \\ • Ptortda in'' nd L i. mi M Uli tini '!• • .-I >..... i '..inn i I'J .1.1 I'M •"' %  i HWAIT > n..i .1 \X 11M. %  NOT C £ UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW I %  i\ I:\ • li .|t BLICATION rnii CIRCr :OURT OF THE I MTM DlC AL CIRCUIT OF .) FOR DADE |COUNT> N CHANCERY No -> C 'JJOT M .' >. "tfftytnU BY HINRY LEONARD WHY RABBIS GET GREY AT THE TEMPLES6""~ MEETING• TLMPLe HO^EA —I Bulki,n fart M \ our Rabbi should keep his mouth shut and just preach !" Cepr. 1915 Dtytoti %  laevctient LEGAL NOTICE LEGAL NOTICE OR DIVORCE | K ll.... .1 %  1 .] KN< '' %  i N %  : '• Ill \\ \ %  A [ i KMA! %  • | | "' IK r COURT OF THE JUDIC'A,. -'RCUIT IN AND I UAOt Ml '.TV. FLOR.DA IN •' .(tRY •1*1 %  -Is 1 V %  (' LICATION ; %  I %  I %  I .1 tl I In I '., %  f .'. I ITHKRMAN ''•"-'• %  it •. ,, %  ; • VVANAOH II ... '• %  •'" ; f"'Ve> I.i • ,-. ,,„..! -'7. 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IN • %  %  • I .1 V.N I \ ,-K IN .l!Y M \\ %  9 NOTICE UNDER FICT.TIOUS NAME LAW v< .'li. %  I DIVKN tkll %  '!••• :i.\VNl' I'BIAti PAX \M' i S i: ... \ v nut .M.u lii • i 'I..I Ida SIliM.V M %  ni:l VS Mil: : \.• IN THE COUNT v JUDGE S COURT IN AND FOR OADE COUNTY, FLORIDA ". i'ROBATE No 67-8-A IX l!K Hal NOTICE TO CREDITORS v 1 %  ^ %  • %  .II.I .1.i' I %  -.. i. i • In i. iii > 'nun iidiu month* li ..in ii puullratlon M .:i be l...i i. .1 i ;,i Mm' I • Id .. tinl^ili .1 : \ H \I;A v i %  •!.' K< il'H' MAKI WN l KANl i:s 111 -i.l'M W Klral i.u'.ii. ii. % %  Ihli notloe on ... V'.t.l-I. 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Qpaal Guard Huppl) Dejpt4:-7 i i.innnT. i il Sn — i IkiMtiin, MaaaucliUhettH TfJU anI.t-r.liy notified tlmt tile %  Jwva I'-'ti'tu'iu'il action haa been InMRMMd nfJtHMT* >"ii m the I C'.-urt of the Eleventh Judicial circuit of PlorMi in mad f..r l>ada County tu furecluae u niortK.iu.. uix-n tinfoll"liui daaoribed real iuooM-t> : I.iH 10 Cliik K7 THIRD AM'ITIt INTO OAttOL, CITY a. •'• %  rdltiK t,the l'l.it hnananf, 1. .r.i..i g cut It.-.K %  .:. :,i c mi '•; %  ol the PuMla Ri • ueda 11.uli 'mint) FlorKm. \ i i .-il !.• fll|. a n f |."i. %  a|\e plendimi to plulntlff'K coaanlalDl II i, i ne i ,.i ii., BfomanM < Hurt, ,, opj Hi. i %  of upon plainMARTIN IIN'i-:, Dnde HVil. ral I .. M ..ml. Plot i'l I ii..i luti i S< ptembei I'• %  M i NH r... l'i-. t'lMBlaano IH be enaai yon. I'ITKI' AUKIIXI IS. I'^K. i: u i>: \TIIKU.MAN. Clerk. i; .'...ul. 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    September 10, 1965

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    United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami

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    Dates or Sequential Designation:
    Began in 1927?
    Dates or Sequential Designation:
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    Title:
    The Jewish Floridian
    Physical Description:
    63 v. : ;
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    English
    Publisher:
    Jewish Floridian Pub. Co.
    Place of Publication:
    Miami, Fla
    Creation Date:
    September 10, 1965

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

    Notes

    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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    "Jewish Floridian
    Combining THE JEWISH UNITY ond THE JEWISH WEEKLY
    Volume 38 Number 37
    Miami. Florida, Friday. September 10. 1965
    Two Sections Price 2i*
    Human Rights
    Laws Receive |
    Shot in Arm
    Nru YoKK (JTA) The
    Ww York State Commission on
    Lman Right! will be empowered
    |or the fir n which became effective this
    jreek, to order collection of dam-
    ages from an individual found
    Ufltj of racial or religious dis-
    i mi nation. The measure is the
    k.r-t major revision in the New
    p'ork SUte Law Against Discrim-
    Ir.ation m 20 years.
    ]1 coven discrimination in edu-
    Ltion. job*, housing and public
    kecomntodations. The American
    Jewish Congress, which helped
    Draft the bijxartisan measure, said
    I,** law would "significantly
    rengthen" the Commission in
    n with .-uch bias, would
    i a brand new phase in New
    i rk war on bigotry and bias."
    Another revision provides for
    i temporary court order ban-
    ning sale or rental of housing
    n which a discriminatory act
    -*d bee' charged. This was
    made part of the law because
    Continued on Page 13-A
    Dayan, Tsur in Rafi;
    Mapai Rift Complete
    CIN. MOSJff DAtAM
    retries wit* Bex-Cer'ea
    TEL AVIV-iJTA>-Former Gen
    Moshr Dayan and former Chiel
    of Staff Zvi Tsur joined ex-Premier
    David Ben-Gunon's Independent
    Israel Workers List. Rafi. on Mon-
    day.
    Gen. Dayan. who resigned as
    Agriculture Minister in support of
    Mr. Ben-Gunon's challenge to
    Prime Minister Levi Eshkol's lead
    REPORT ON INFILTRATION
    Eshkol Hopes Reprisal
    Will End Arab Terror
    Propose U.S.
    Army Help
    Steer Youth
    \EW V. RK JTA (itma
    i : its army a. aft "edu
    ! and cultural tool" to inte-
    '' i' .....new from backward
    President Morns Abrani.
    n Jewish Commit
    this week that the
    l follow that example
    its underprivileged mi-
    He said not many of the) "on-
    educated, functionally illiterate,
    imski ler1 and rudderless" per-
    sons involved in recent rioting
    in Los Angeles, Chicago, and
    other cities were beir.g selected
    for national service. He pointed
    out that during World War II,
    m*>nv men who would be
    itdgtd unfit by today's stand-
    ards were selected and sorved."
    nated I > p r e lent
    Continued on Page 15-A
    ' eieeaale
    JERUSALEM t.TTAi Prime
    Minister Levi Eahkol expressed
    ih- hop Sunday that the Jordan-
    ian Government would take all
    possible steps to prevent the con
    tinuatii n of the infiltration ol tab
    oteurs from her territory The
    terrorists have been operating
    its) Israeli water installation!
    culminating in the blowing up la-t
    week ol a pumping station at Kib
    butz Kyal. near Kfar Saba
    The Premier voiced the warning
    at the weekly Cabinet meet i
    which also heard a report by Chief
    of staff Yitzhak Rabin on the re
    primal attack by Israel army units
    iate Saturday night against 11
    pumping rtationa and irrigation
    installations on the Jordanian side
    of the bonier near kalkiha
    Roosevelt Hit
    For Sudden I
    Israel Switch
    WASHINGTON i JTA i Rep
    .1 .i m e Rot levelt, Ami' is-ador-
    , pate to tin- I'nitrd Nations
    I nomic and Social Council, de
    fended himself thL> week against
    criticism of his House-expressed
    views tint Israel as recipienl of
    West German reparation* should
    t. ke II'. re vigorous action to help
    the irab refugee problem.
    | K- controversy b e g i n whi n
    Rep Roosi velt. in a final speech
    the Ho e -.....t ii- mem! i
    I : p ied .i I nited Nations plan to
    rest ivi \ ab Israel water differ-
    ences He also urged nuclear de
    -ai'nation "usmg Israel as a mod-
    al pi-oject and propose! IN par
    Uc'paUon m that solution of the
    Midea-t water problem.
    "A real effort" to holp the
    Arab refugees, ho said, "would
    improve Israel's imago. Israel
    herself has collected substantial
    reparations for German injuries
    to the Jewish people and should
    take a stronger initiative to re-
    ceive and settle just claims of
    the Arab refugees," he asserted.
    Noting that the Arab countries
    had rejected for "political reas-
    ons" proposals to integrate Arabs
    into the economic life of the Mid
    Continued on Page 9-A
    The Israeli raid was carried
    out in retaliation for the repeat-
    ed sabotage acts by the El Fa-
    tan terrorists operatin-j from
    Jordanian territory against Is-
    rael water installations. Esh-
    kol explained that the Kalkilia
    action was aimed at impressing
    the Jordanian Government and
    populace of the extreme serious-
    ness cf Israel's attitude to the
    continuous infiltrations by the
    Arab terrorists. The Cabinet ex-
    pressed appreciation of the ef-
    ficiency of the Israeli military
    operation, and particularly paid
    tribute to the extreme caution
    exercised by the Israeli troop*
    to ensure that no loss of life oc-
    curred.
    In announcing the raid earlier
    Sunday the Israel Army spoxes-
    man said that all Israeli troops re-
    turned safely from the operation.
    explosions from which were ell ar
    ly heard as far away as Petah
    Tik\ah Jordanian positions had
    opened machinegun fire on Kib-
    butz Eyal, but were silenced by
    return mortar fire. The 11 water
    pumping stations blasted in the
    Israeli raid were all situated in
    orange groves In the Kalkiha dis
    trict. The Army spokesman sai I
    that the Israeli tro ipg left print-
    leaflets addressed to Jordan
    ia living in the bordei area.
    urging Ihem to refrain from help
    ing 11 cross into Israel
    Ni .-... that all the largi ts in
    were ithin about a half-
    mill i I Ihe border, the spokesman
    said that the entire opi ration last
    ed tl arters ol an hour. He
    Continued on Page 5-A
    ership as head of Mapai and as
    Premier, made his announcement
    after completing talks with the
    former Premier at the tatter's
    home here. Gen. Dayan will be
    either second or third on the Rali
    list for the Parliamentary elec-
    tions on Nov. 3.
    Gen. Tsur will resign as chair
    man of the Israeli Desalination
    Committee, following his decision
    to join the Rafi list. He issued a
    statement Monday, saying that he
    agreed with the announced Rafi
    goal of seeking changes in various
    spheres of Government after the
    election.
    Gen. Dayan also said that he
    still felt the split in Mapai could
    have been averted if Mr. Esh-
    kol's majority nroup had wished
    to do so. He said that now that
    Rafi had emerged as an "inde-
    pendent political movement," he
    felt that it could serve as a
    "good instrument" for achiev-
    ing "urgently needed" changes.
    He added he felt that Mapai was
    for maintenance of the status
    quo.
    The Rail council held a meeting
    last weekend, following the Mapai
    lour: of Honor ruling to expel
    Ben Gurion and three of his fol-
    Continued on Page 3-A
    SOMETIME IN W1NTIH
    Pauls Vows
    Visit Soon
    By Adenauer
    JERUSALEM (JTA) Dr.
    Rolf Pauls. West Germany'.-, :.r-t
    Ambassador to Israel, commenting
    on the riotous demonstration "h
    which Israelis greeted hi.* pre-
    ticn of credentials last month. :-
    elared last weekend that "St
    bottles and placards are no! 'he
    right way to greet a new ambassa-
    dor." in his first interview e
    '.is arrival, in the Jerusalem I
    the envoy also said that, to him '
    difference between "normaliza-
    tion" and "formalization" ot Ger-
    man-Israeli relation- was that "tl >r-
    rr.alization cannot be made: it ,s
    ! grow
    Describing his feelings at
    ; resentation ceremony, he
    called two seta of reaction-
    Wl seeing "the marvclou-
    riicrs" of the Israeli honor "ird.
    Continued on Page e-A
    -
    Mapai
    Court
    Party
    Ousts
    Honor
    Gurion
    TEL AVIV JTA) The Ma
    pai Court of Honor has expelled
    irom the party former Prime Min
    i.-tcr David Ren Gurion and three
    Ol his followers for creating an in-
    dependent list of candidates for
    t:ie Nov. 3 municipal and Parlia-
    mentary electiot -
    The charge of splitting the em-
    i attled party originally had been
    made against seven Mapai person-
    ties but three of them Amos
    Degani. Gideon Ben Israel and Vi/
    bar Smilanskyresigned last week
    eek The curt decision was di-
    rected againd Ben-Gurion, former
    Deputy Defense Minister Shimon
    eres, former Housing Minister
    I Almogi and Mis Manna l.am-
    dan The four said last week thej
    were withdrawing from the tear-
    ing because they found it Im
    -ihle. under court procedures
    defend themselves against the
    party-splitting charges.
    Court Chairman D. Herman
    did not use the term "expul-
    sion." He maintained that the
    four leaders "gave up their
    membership in Mapai" by join-
    ing Rafi, the Ben-Gurion Israel
    Woikers List, which the court
    held had been proved to be "a
    separate political party." The
    four left Mapai "of their own
    free will, and we canr.ot accept
    membership in two parties at
    the same time," the court held.
    Continued on P.ige 8-A
    FLOODING MAJOR SOURCE Of DESTRUCTION
    Betsy Damages Institutions
    Hurricane Betsy couldn't make
    up her mind. But by Monday night
    she did a loop on the east coast of
    Florida and slammed back down
    to do her business.
    With wind* as high as 120 mph.
    Greater Miami suffered more wa-
    ter than w ind damage in the storm
    that finally forced the city to shut
    tar up arid batten down Tuesday
    night.
    Collins Avenue on Miami Beach
    was awash, with automobiles float
    ing awag> in six-ft tides and fish
    reported -wimming among the
    apartment buildings and hotel-
    Jewish community facilities, as
    most of South Florida, reported
    mainly water damage.
    Mount Sinai Hospital on the
    Beach, which as early as Mon-
    day was already issuing reports
    for expectant mothers to check
    in ard persons in homes they con-
    sidered unsafe also to take ref-
    uge there, suffered extensive
    plate glass damage in the lobby
    end water flooding. As of mid-
    Thursday, the hospital was con-
    tinuing to house and feed persons
    who had arrived there as early
    as Monday.
    With areas of the city like Key
    Biscayne still cut off from the rest
    ol the community, including some
    800 residents, the refugees at Mt.
    Sinai might be housed there for an
    indefinite time longer.
    The YM and WHA of Greater Mi-
    Continued on Fiti 3-A


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    1965
    * AMl* Ifhrtit'tr
    Page 3-A
    Rabbi Landau to be Installed Sunday J2
    , rabbl in almosteOyears
    tailed m
    -l>iritiKil leader
    Twremonj Sunday eve-
    m., m thr synagogue.
    Landau, recently from
    ogue ; Clevetand, o
    u i b, nstalled i his friend and
    ,'i;: wfsor in homilrtics. Dr
    Mn.lotl.attm. provost "I
    .h Thl.lo-.fa! Seminary of
    "Tr* spiritual impact of ths
    C0no-.<*tion, beginning a naw
    ,ri Uh a new rabbi at a *a*on
    wher Mm Jewish world looks to-
    wart r New Year, ha* set a now
    pace programming rollgioos
    flnd .r. rational activity for tho
    entiM ,mily at Beth David."
    dKfatd Max Silver, president,
    | a. ;.ncing the Sunday evert.
    has brought with
    I ie e t- in young
    I md married, and in
    J i cording to Sil
    | home discussion
    1 ., hi,' summer and
    RABBI LANDAU M. MANDUBAUM
    are the forerunner <>f a number of
    similar groups being eagerly await-
    ed in different parts of the county.
    The idea, however is not novel
    to the congregation, whkA hat a
    long history <>i bringing the syna
    ..-ne close to the people," the
    I i. sidenl added
    In 1912, Miami Jewish settlers
    ii. ea< h other s I;, me to hold
    services under the name "t B*nai
    / on in i:'t7. they im ted in
    ae ni Beth Da\ id ind it is
    : ni: roup ol pioneers that
    'i.i- %\ .ii. ol ers nt
    imp..riant j e wis li organizations
    I.ere. such a- the Greater Miami
    Jewish Federation, the YMHA and
    B'nai u rith.
    "Since ii~ inception, Beth David
    lias been in the forefront <>i the
    ocal Conaen ativ e b y n a gogu e
    movement, and Rabbi Landau, Ihe
    descendant ol a 200-year-old un-
    broken chain of rabbis, received
    his ordination from the fountain-
    head oi tin* Conservative move-
    ment, the .lewish Theological Sem-
    inary of America," according to
    Silver.
    Rabbi Landau is the author of
    "Christian-Jewish Relations" and
    Length of our Days." as well as
    numerous articles and hook re-
    views whuh appear in manj Anglo-
    Jewtsh periodicals
    He is a member of the Execu-
    tive Committee of the Rabbinical
    Assembly, international body of
    Conservative rabbis; member of
    the Board of Governors, Nation-
    al Acic'emy for Adult Jewish
    Studies; member of the Commit-
    tee of Jewish Affairs of the Amer-
    ican Jewish Congress; and served
    as chairman of the Committee on
    Religious Standards, Chicago
    Board of Rabbis.
    In addition to Dr. Mandelbaum's
    presentation, Rabbi Jonah Caplan.
    president of the Miami Rabbinical
    Association, will deliver the invo-
    cation. Rahhi Irving Lehrman, of
    Temple Kmanu-KI. will deliver
    the closing benediction, and Cantor
    William I.ipson. of Beth David, will
    offer musical renditions as part of
    the installation program.
    A reception honoring Rabbi and
    Mrs Landau will be tendered after
    the ceremony.
    an and Tsur
    With Gurion;
    Quit Mapai Party
    Continued from Page 1-A
    lowers from Mapai. The council
    decided to accept a recommenda-
    tion from former Deputy Defense
    Minister Shimon Peres that all
    members of Rafi cease all par-
    ticipation in the organizational
    framework of Mapai. making the
    break complete.
    In a related election develop-
    ment. Agudat Israel said it would
    present an independent list for the
    November election, precluding i
    joint religious front for the ballot-
    ing. The decision reportedl)
    stunted a rejection ol appeals of
    leading American rabbis partic-
    ulai ly the Lubav itcher Rebbe
    Temple Menorah USY Program
    m ..i United Syna-
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    ram on Satur
    iept 18, at Temple Men
    I to an announce-
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    I tor of the United Syna-
    - will in- extended to
    eaders who participated
    . entl) concluded Leader-
    lint] Institute of USY in
    I Ie, N.I
    Rat*. Mayer Abramowiti,
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    Friday. SeDtember 10, 1965
    13 Elul 5725
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    Evrybody Stands
    To Lose the Election
    The Mapai Party rift in Israel is
    now complete. The party's Honor
    C~--rt has excelled former Prime
    Minister Ben-Gurion. Court Chair-
    man D. Herman is so sure of himself
    and Mapai's action that he is cur-
    rer.:'.y engaging in semantic hair-
    splilting. According to Herman Mr.
    Eer.-Gurion was not in fact expelled
    1 .. gave up his membership cs a
    consequence of forming Rafi the
    Workers List of candidates in the
    Nov. 3 election. Hence, he left
    the party, since "we can not accept
    membership in two parties 3l the
    same time
    .-.dds Herman: Mr. Ben-Gui -
    membership In Mapai is therefore
    cancelled
    Whatever the consequer.cea si
    sue- stubborn ideological cc:::iict SO
    sides of the rift, one th
    ain: 3oth Mapai and Mr. Ben-
    Gurion, himself, are bound
    as z consequence. Odds are that
    Levi Eshkol will prevail and be re-
    turned tc office. This means that
    the termer Prime Minister will finally
    be ierced to retire from Israel s polit-
    ical arena. The daring blutf resignation he
    presented in June, 1963 will have ineluctably
    come home to roost.
    But Mapai will also have to count its cas-
    ualties despite what seems to be a fairly easy
    Eshkol victory ahead. Even though the Prime
    Minister split with his predecessor over elec-
    toral reform as a compromise for retention of
    Achdut Avodah support, it is inevitable that
    the losses Mapai has been suffering in Hista-
    drut will not entirely be counterbalanced by
    either the compromise or the shedding of Mr.
    Ben-Gurion.
    For both Mapai and Rah will be vying for
    Histadrut favor an electoral force partic-
    ularly necessary for any Mapai victory and
    for Mapai leadership in the formation of a
    coalition government.
    Hence, all parties stand to lose as a con-
    sequence of Mr. Ben-Gurion's politicking and
    Mapai's ouster. Neither his principles, tradi-
    tionally geared to support electoral reform, nor
    the future of Mapai itself, will weather the
    stcrrn, no matter who is the victor.

    Visit Between Statesmen
    West German Ambassador Dr. Rudolf Pauls
    has assured former Prime Minister David Ben-
    Gurion that ex-Chancellor Konrad Adenauer
    oe visiting Israel in the winter.
    This wiil bring together the two diplomats
    whe were most responsible tor the remarkable
    upbuilding of their nations during the supreme-
    ly critical periods of their history.
    The last time both men me: was in New
    York City early in th*> Kennedy Administra-
    tion, when Mr. Ben-Gunan had just returned
    from Washington and a "back door'' visit with
    Mr. Kennedy at the White House
    What they had to discuss then must have
    ranged over a wide variety of subjects, with
    undoubtedly special emphasis placed upon
    West German diplomatic recognition of the
    State of Israel. This last item is a realitv to-
    day, brought to fruition after the tenure of both
    men in office.
    Dr. Adenauer last week made an issue of
    recognition, threatening that he might cancel
    his planned visit with Mr. Ber.-Gur>on as a con-
    sequence of the riotinq attending the arrival of
    Ambassador Pauls in Israel. Fact is .
    was Dr. Adenauer who, despite ::s close per-
    sonal friendship with Mr. E > i in
    the waj liomatic
    -'1 of ft
    Dr. assuror
    that Dr.
    cheat tire visit places -^er per-
    nKsira)
    l-THt ARK OF HO**-'
    , (To 4h Opening of *W2 --.- fe ** ." fiMM Asssmfird .
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    Conversion to Reform
    Judaism Seen Triplin
    tr
    By Special Report
    NEW YORK Conversions to
    Reform Judaism in this area have
    triple.! in the last decide, accord
    congregation and increasei -,
    learning desire of the Jev,
    icr
    On December 10. i%3 \^f
    ,ripled in the Isa dec.de.^.ccon* PthWnTmsWZ
    ing to. report from he v.\rk .ye data ,*
    _ Federation of Reform Synagogue. for conver-,,,, ,'^
    A study, based on ten years of
    based "ii ten years oi .illAtns family background,fort*
    conversion classes conducted at r,.hKious affiliation ami Jevk ,|
    the House v.t Living Judaism show- iminrmiml
    that
    Conversions have become more
    ,,.., |i|, accept ible in ou r social
    jure; converts are extreme!)
    .... ted" men bers m
    the Jewish faith with
    i and
    e .<

    spective the flash anger experenced in Bonn
    and Jerusalem during the past few week-
    deed, if predictions about the forthcoi:...
    tional elections in Israel are accurate, the visil
    between the two statesmen will be little
    than a quiet gathering of old friends to mull
    over past history and their paramount roles
    in shaping it.
    A Revaluation Needed
    Rep. Roosevelt's sudden change in his z\
    titude as a consequence of his appointment by
    President Johnson to become the Ambassador
    desiqnate to the United Nations Economic and
    Social Council points up two problems with
    which the American Jewish community has
    always been familiar, but about which it does
    little.
    One is the cavalier manner in whirh we
    repeatedly latch onto non-Jewish spokesmen
    of the Israeli cause, quite as if non-Jewishness
    in itself adds to the prestiqe of what we are liv-
    ing to achieve in Israel's behalf.
    The other is the ease with whi
    spokesmen shed from their ideological mai
    the philosophies we have been permit) I
    fix upon them for the proper fee ov.ee it
    longer expedient for them.
    Only last month, Rep. Rocsev.
    headlines across the nation in his
    fense of the State of Israel on the flc
    House of Representatives few of us
    really stop to assess just how purpos.
    gratuitous defensive stands are; !
    always make for good news releases
    that President Johnson has
    Roosevelt as our new Ambas
    ted Nations Economic and Social
    is suddenly overwhelmed that '
    has collected a substantial repai
    man injuries to the Jewish Deor
    Israel "should take a stror.ee: initial
    ceive and settle just claims of tl
    gees.'
    This would be consistent with a pa
    U.S. image at the United Nations so I
    Arab countries are concerned desi
    fact that it tails to go into past Israel.
    achieve an equitable solution to
    problem.
    AHol should make Imei
    and American Jewish organiz
    have paid Rep. Roo,
    v
    1
    As remit, data gathered ^
    tween December, 1963-64 sr,o%
    that of 2*5 registered jtvdem.
    205 ware woman and 90 rnen k
    this group, 36 people mr <,
    women) came to study Juolvl
    without partners.
    con

    In aditional interview* analys-
    ing the ten years o' classes,
    leaders o< Re'orm Judaism con-
    tinue to stress that Jewish re-
    ligious groups will only convert
    non-Jews who a>e no longer iden-
    tified with another faith. Howev-
    . number c< Refo-m Jewish
    laymen and rabbis desire that
    the Union of American Hebrew
    Congregations national comre-
    nal body o* 660 Reform
    temples in the United States and
    Canada pu'sue a more .ngres-
    n to win the urv
    ' igoouej.

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    ..... .
    '.in in
    i-nrollmcnl
    than three hundred
    . nun
    iry to the
    middle ; mi n and 105
    s total of 91 of this .
    completed the nine i rse in
    Judaism, and their convei

    ct number of Meek;
    In 1954, the I
    with t this numbei
    has increased to eijjhl ;t-r year \


    ......
    and the lulj i i last ha
    ttendants
    Rabbi Daniel L. Davis, director
    of the N e w York Federation,
    commented on the increase: "I
    think there has been a change
    in the psychology of individuals
    in that they do not reoird inter-
    marriage as a situation in which
    the Jewish party is looked upon
    as someone who is deserting Ju-
    daism.
    x" the Jewish famil>
    " vho is
    "v This
    the noi
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    [be
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    ed during t
    evera h
    ' ......m irk "
    rved thai based on the'
    ' and ml
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    the Jewish
    lue to marital res-
    re|
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    rant h*j i
    or bo11
    -.,.
    ihaisd with t
    orm. i' mservetii e
    . M
    At this r"s UAHC btenaid
    general assembly in Sa-i Frtiv
    cisco, slated for Nov. 13 to li ae-
    egates arm expected to discvsi i
    resolution proposed by the Un-
    ion's Committee on Prosf.'i-
    calling for the formulation of i
    program to win "converts to Rr
    form Judaism among the j"*"
    filieted. both unsynagogueo fv
    unchurched."
    i he recommendation v
    i) ami' PresMenl R
    Eisendrath m bo
    ent lik. "Can Faitti
    Kither Judaism has "
    .i> tn modern man or
    has, have the .
    t ."
    Men today seeli i rai
    said one < passi
    which
    i .hi wit!-, innati i
    affirms Instead nil i
    r th God, to
    peai i and iustce
    Judaism baa the
    I to satisf) :
    to Dr Eisei
    . replenisa far n
    our ranks
    A .. itfa n imbei -
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    pet i|'!h ral
    \* hich am i
    ly, wilbnttl
    . ..
    Th, I
    g I
    lie I:. tiOM 'I! m :
    il !:
    now thai
    the woi Id "
    Rbbi Balfour Brickner d r"
    or or Interfaith Activities of "
    Union of American Hebrew Co"^
    gregations, observed that s.<
    n open program of pros* vt'
    will "not have adverse f
    ?ha good interreligious "',''"1
    existing today between Jew* "*
    Christians.'



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    EY.day. September 10. 1965
    +JmUt> fhrkftor
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    oice Hope Strike Will End Attacks
    Co-*irued from Page 1-A
    Israeli soldiers were or
    ot to mm casualtiea to
    ,, ,s, although Jordan iai I
    , f iu wldien was slight
    \ inded and one civilian was
    | .. unded.
    Tht tpo*<**man tr**d in his
    ,-nouncement that the blowin9
    lyp o the Israeli pumping sta-
    men at Eyal last week, by Arab
    wo Services
    A Beth Torah
    rwo services will bo hold this
    t...-v-1 the premises of Beth Torah
    ition.
    -., service, hold in the sanctu-
    i will bo conducted by Rabbi
    \ \ UpMhitl and Cantor Ja-
    J Renter, who will be assist-
    bj tho High H"ly Day Owir.
    , sec nd service will be held
    -V Chapel, conducted by
    I (littelson and Cantor
    n Kirschcnbaum.
    l.r LipschiU "ill deliver the -er
    t(.n> ;.i both services. The USY
    has a capacity for 300 wor-
    | : : rs.
    I .-. will bo a special Sehchot
    tiutentiaJ service on Saturday
    hi. Sopt 18. at midnight, in the
    r...ri s.-.ncluary'
    hanukas Habayis
    it Minyonaires
    Minyonaires Synagogue, 3 7 37
    d Coral Gables, will hold a
    anukas Habayis on Sunday. Sept.
    Synagogue officials said all are
    elcome. and free refreshments
    till be served.
    (antor Fred Bernstein will offi-
    ciate at High Holy Day Service*
    y the Minyonaires.
    Mao announced is the formation
    a new Minyonaires Ladies' Aux-
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    series of similar raids carried
    out from Jordanian territory
    since Jons of this year. Israeli
    circles have noted that all Arab
    countries except Jordan had
    succeeded in putting an end to
    El Fatah activities operating
    from their territories and that,
    while the Jordanian authorities
    also took measures to curb El
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    United Nations military obterv-
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    sion. The Jordan radio, however
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    Arab Command but without any
    request for joint action.
    Jordanian positions meanwhile
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    PROF. ABRAHAM HESCHEL TO SPEAK AT SEPT. 19 EVENT
    City Rally to View Soviet Jewish Plight
    \Sev.. Wayne Morse, of Ore-
    aon, has been named 1965
    incipient of the annual Amer-
    L-alsiael Fr.endship Award
    , Mis Women's Or
    | lotion o: America. The
    I rd is presented each
    I to tr.-t person not of
    Jewish *2:th. who ha*
    1 uti moat deeply to
    | rstandir.q between the
    peoples or the U.S. and Is-
    | Sen Morse is srhed-
    t recQ:v the citation at
    >r? oienma public session of
    |i aal convention
    It" V zrachi Women in At-
    I "I on Sunday
    {alien at Conference
    K In i vuc president
    i i otnpany, will .it
    , .imiual convention of
    Dealers and Re-
    . -. i itaan on s*-p' n to
    I
    A community mdf rally at the
    Miami Beach Auditorium expect
    led to attract a capacit) crowd of
    3.MM parseni at 8 p.m.. on 8apt
    i!>. will foUew the national Eternal
    LUjhl Vigil in Washington. D.C.. to
    dramatise the plight of Soviet
    Jewry.
    Sponsored by the South Florida
    Conference on Soviet Jewry, the
    rally will be span to the public
    with free tickets of admiaaion
    available at the offices of all af
    filiated Jewish organisation* in
    the (Dealer Miami area.
    Rabbi Leon Kronish, chair-
    man of the South Florida Con-
    ference, outlined details of the
    rally one of several to be held
    in key American cities imme-
    diately following the Washing-
    ton Vigil at a planning meet-
    lest week at the Dupont Plata
    Hotel.
    Prof Abraham Joshua Hesehel.
    one of tin- outstanrlms speakers in
    the nation and professor of Jewish
    ethics and mysticism at the Jew-
    ish Theologian! Seminary of Amer
    ice, ha* accepted an invitation to
    address the Miami Heath rally
    He receatl) wa* named Marry
    Emerson Poodiok Visiting Ptofos
    tor at I mod Theetegioal Semin
    .ii.\ for the aoadenaic year l5
    >*> An internationally kno w n
    scholar author and theologian
    September l Lggfj
    ATTENTION TO THE MIAMI BEACH JEWISH COMMUNITY
    i those wno live in the vii Ij the
    HETBI Tiil.AII S\ \Y U.4H.1 K
    1 Sulnej S Margulies, who with our deceased brother, Israel
    ped to buiM the Beth Tfilah Synagogue, into whici,
    :.rart and -
    I have been called hack l>\ the present Administration of
    Both Tfilah, to redeaoraM the Synagogue! inside and outside.
    and the oeeeeatsr) repairs.
    The soul has been. Thank God, beautifully decorated and
    - Ij Air-Conditioned and is truly a "Mosom Kodosh
    1 would like to see all the old members return to our
    gue and new Members come and join me in the Beth
    Tfilah and attend the High. Holy Days Services in the Beth
    T filth Synagogue.
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    Prof. Hesehe] has played a leadins
    role in betptnj; lo organise a na-
    tienwide effort with broad non-sec-
    tarian repre-entation of religious.
    oMe and educational leaders to
    issue a Declaration <>t Conscience
    for Soviet Jewry
    Born in Warsaw of a long lino
    of Massldic scholars, he received
    his doctorate Irom the Universit]
    of Berlin in igfJS, Aft-r teaching
    m Berlin and Warsaw, he went to
    l,ondon in 1939 where he estab-
    lished the Institute for Jewish
    Learning, a center for prominent
    Jewish scholars
    Me came to the United States
    a year later, and for five years
    was associate professor of philos-
    ophy and rabbinic* at Hebrew
    Union CoMee in Cincinnati.
    Prof. Heschet joined the faculty
    f the Jewish Theological Sem-
    inary in 1945.
    Among the major organizations
    taking part in the rally are the
    American Jewish ('onjrrcss. Amer-
    ican Jewish Committee. B'nai
    BYtth Mm and Hnai Bnth Wom-
    en, the Zionist Council of South
    Florida Miami and Miami Heach
    Chapter- of Hachrssah, Pioneer
    Women Zionist Organization of
    America, l'arhand-I.ahor Zioni-t
    orvam/atior Greater Miami Kal>
    binic.il Association, South Florida
    units ol the i nion al American He
    Rabbi Kutner Will
    Officiate At
    Hebrew Academy
    Rabbi Seymour Kutner, a native
    of Neu York City, living in .Mem-
    phis. Tenn., tor the pas) it years,
    lll conduct the High Holiday -,!
    vices in the Hebrew Academy, Lou-
    is Iterwitzer, president, announced
    this week.
    The holiday services will he held
    in the auditorium of die Dora Co
    hen Memorial Building, The 650-
    scat auditorium is fully aircondi-
    tioned and will be opan for services
    on Ko.-h li.isliona. the evening of
    Sunday. Sept. 26. Monday. Sept. 27,
    and Tuesday. Sept 28. a* well as
    Yom Kippur. l'ie evening of Tues-
    day, Oct. 3. and Wednesday, Oct.
    s.
    Kahbi Kutner served as associate
    rabbi of Baron llirsch Cosagrega-
    tion for four year- and as cantor in
    several position* for the High Holi-
    days lor meat years.
    The Hebrew Academy office will
    be Opt n throughout the daj to ac-
    cept reservations
    brew Congregations and the I'ni
    ted Synagogue of America, the
    Greater Miami Jewish Federation.
    National Council of Jewish Wom-
    en. Jewish War Veterans and their
    Auxiliaries.
    Also, Mizrachi. Workmen's Cir-
    cle, South Florida Youth Confer-
    ence on Soviet Jewry. United Syn-
    agogue Youth, Greater Miami
    Federation of Temple Youth.
    Young Judea. BBYO. and the Mil
    lcl Foundation at the Universit)
    of Miami.
    In announcing the rally. Kahbi
    Kronish stressed that it i- th
    voice of the individual Jew which
    must be raised and heard by the
    representatives and authorities of
    the t'SSR. That is why it is so
    important that there !* mass com-
    munity participation.
    "We are not interested in en-
    gaging in cold war polemics,
    nor equating Russian policy
    with genocide, but rather in
    bringing the wishes of the Jew-
    ish people and all Americans for
    religious and cultural freedom
    of Soviet Jewry to the attention
    of the Russian leaders as well as
    to our own American State De-
    partment and other government
    agencies."
    All rabbis in South Florida I
    been urued to utilize the Sabbath
    of Sept 17 and 18. as well as Sell
    coth services, to call attention to
    the concern for Russian Jewry
    and to the Miami Beach rally
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    Temple Beth Am will sponsor the
    allowing Ol exceptional works ol
    art.
    The show will present national
    and internationally famous artists
    in small showings of their better
    works that will be changed month-
    ly. Painting, sculpture, and other
    forms of artistic expression from
    the foremost collections will Ik- on
    display through the contribution
    of galleries, museums, and private
    collections.
    For it* first exhibit the James
    David Caller) ol Coral Gables has
    loaned work- by Soloman RUiiien
    berg. :| nd atassin, a nd works
    prominent local seat) iic-s K a e
    Alterman will 81*8 DC 00 display
    in ,, spei ially prepared area oi
    the sanctuarj lobbj designer S
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    met Shop haw created a setting in
    keepu with the character .ni.l
    quality oi the subie.t matter.
    Spinoza's Cod" is Subject
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    . I a lecture by Dr. Abraham Wolf-
    wm at the Spino/j Koruin for Ad
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    days, 10 a.m.. in the auditorium ol
    Washington Kefieral. 12M VNasnu'
    ton Ave, This will mark the 10th
    lecture in the series this summer
    ait the Bpinoca Korttm on '"Keli-:
    ions of the Work! "
    Overflow Service
    AtNerTamid
    Temple \er Tamid will hold an
    overflow New Veai service in the
    Sklar Auditorium
    Murray A. Shaw, president of the
    Temple, also announced tbi- week
    that "n is the desire ol the offi-
    cers of the Temple to make avail-
    able a real sanctuary to the many
    individual- who would otherwise
    either not participate in reliskwis
    services, or who attend services in
    edifices which are utilised for the
    hoiidays only
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    Friday. Septembe
    "*i*
    Mapai Party Honor
    Court Ousts Gurion
    I.-.ai B'rith Youth Organization raised S 1.500
    jc: the American Heart Association in a one-
    ::v Tag Drive, according to Ainslee R. Ferdie,
    resident of the BBYO Board of Directors.
    EEYO was honored with awards presented by
    Zz. Martin L. Meitus (standing third from left),
    president of the Heart Association of Greater
    JCcmi. Standing (left to right) are Harold Stan-
    ley, chairman for Aleph Zadik Aleph; Ferdie;
    Zr. Meitus; Michele Lebar, chairman for B'nai
    B'rith Girls. Seated (left to right) are Esther
    Levine. Tomim BBG Chapter, which raised
    most funds of all the BBG chapters; Mike
    Kane, president of B'nai B'rith Youth Council;
    and Kenneth Brass, aleph godol, Zion AZA
    Chapter, which raised most money of all AZA
    chapters. B'nai B'rith Youth Organization is
    the largest Jewish high school organization in
    Greater Miami with over 1,000 dues-paying
    members in 30 chapters.
    Continued from Paae I *
    Since they themselves "had left"
    Mapai. the court ruled. the.r
    membership is therefore can-
    celed. "
    Earlier in the week the Mapai
    i rial ex e "'" '
    ers "i Ral
    slander campaign inside Mai
    ,,. u,e Aree expelled mem-
    Meir Evenhaim, touched off
    i nt controversj bj n i I
    statemenl thai the Mapai utr.,1
    committee #aa lighting Kafi in
    Vshod because 'central .-"11111111
    tee memberj a re Mrhite*. while
    Ashod inhabitants are brown
    "Mapai regards Oriental [araelia
    .,.- people whose teak it ia to build
    e houses for Mapai leaden,
    and to furnish thoae bouses with
    expensh el) u p h 01 a t r e ohairs" he d eel a red, and he
    warned the secretarial to avoid re-
    peating In Israel the "tragedioa"
    t racial conflict in .Manama and
    Los Angeles.
    The openly racist attack was the
    most violent in the ileenenim: 1 U'ft
    in Israel's dominant labor party,
    touched Off when Mr hVn Gunon
    assailed Premier Eshkol's leader
    ship 11I ih- party arwl th' country,
    and announce*! ha* mrtrp'noVnt
    list
    Mapai secretary Revven Bar-
    katt, reacting to the attack .
    press**; "irdignation dr>a shotk
    adding that those wr0 ^, '
    Evenhaim "must rta n the h*.
    nbie conclusions of their a***
    H* challenged Ivanhaim t0 ^
    iish his statement in fvl
    >*,
    every citiien will re* ita vrh(.
    dangers we face."
    Israel election offi
    repjrd
    meanwhile that _L | ItSU sj
    compete for Partial ^
    in Uie eic. tii;ns Novi *r 3 ^
    new entrant will be the SaijJ
    Workers list It was annouDtj
    ..t September 7 v.- : fe i
    deadline for filing electioo iutt
    The Knesset election- this ><-a:i
    expected to be the must Sittf*
    conteated in Isra'i | ttory n
    injection of th' Beiii, irioa-Eaw
    ntt into the campaigJ .
    factor Another ls ....
    llerut and the Liberal Part*
    New York Club Meeting
    New York Club of Florida <|
    hold a social event on Suadiil
    Sept 19. 8 p.m., at Washington Fl
    eral Auditorium, 699 Nt:
    An illustrated travelogue S|
    Amarict First." will be narrated >|
    Jack Wilson. A short buortMi nwj
    traj uill precede the pn>^ram
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    U.S. WinsMaccabiah Medals
    T2L AVIV (JTA) The sev-
    er-- World Maccabiah Games
    eiC:d hen> in ceremonies at Ramat
    I.- Stadium where a capacity!
    en (i of more than 50-000 opecta-
    fc..:.- Baa* the large United States
    txr'rgenX captured the lion's
    > of the medals.
    Is an address at the closing
    c-. onies. Israel Prime Minister
    Levj Eshkol urged upon the par-;
    tic .nts to bring to the Jewish
    < .unities in their home coun-
    try Israel's call for immigration.
    After the final competition, the
    participants marched around the
    tedium, and the Maccabiah
    fit Tie above the huge outdoor
    tie was extinguished. Pierre
    0 -'esgame, of Britain, Maccabi-
    ah world chairman invited the
    participants to return fer the
    eighth Maccabiah Came*.
    The U.S. Athletes won 75 gold
    medals compared with 63 four
    years ago. Israel was next in the
    first place category with 31 gold
    medals with Britain winning 15
    and South Africa 11. The United
    States was particularly praised for
    having brought a complete team
    which set international standards
    for the competition in an entire
    range of events including gymnas-
    tics, shooting, WTestling, weight-
    lifting. Judo and fencing.
    Among the outstanding perform-
    ers among t h e American partici-
    pants was Marty Eisner of Cleve-
    land. Ohio, who won the shotput
    and Stuart Levitt of Shaker
    Heights, Ohio, who placed third "ii
    the javelin
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    September 13. 1965
    ** Page 9-A

    Roosevelt Hit for Flop-Over
    imple Be'h Sholom builds a Biblical Garden. Above, a work-
    man from the Arkin Construction Company explains an im-
    jrtant ieature of the garden to Morry B. Morris (left), vice
    esident of Beth Sholom, and chairman of the Landscaping
    >rrurnttee, and to Sidney Rockwell, a member of the com-
    l::tee. Other committee members are Joseph Ash, Mrs. Louis
    Snetmcn. Landscape architect is Walter Taft Bradshaw,
    rho is working under the guidance of the Temple's architect,
    Herbert Mathes.
    lo. Miami High Education Center
    ^>>rth Miami High Adult Educa- ing. office occupations, Spanish,
    Center. 800 NE 13th St.. is still '< electronics, auto mechanics, ma-
    ing ntfstratioo for fan MOM- <*! ** tgmm "* ^"^
    , ments.
    claiiM, Charge for most courses is a $2
    > urse offerings include high registration fee. William Donohoe
    i. >1 diploma courses, humemak- is principal.
    Temple Beth Sholom
    i
    111 Roads Lead to Beth Sholom
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    The Liberal-Progressive-
    Reform Congregation
    on the Beach
    Cordially Invites You
    to Attend its
    Annual "SHOW AND TELL'i
    Service and Oneg ShabbaV.
    on
    friday Evening, Sept. 10
    at 8:15 P.M.
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    Miami Beach ]
    So that you may "sample"
    our Services and see our
    beautiful facilities.
    LEON KRONISH, Rabbi
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    CONGREGATION BETH EL
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    Cordially Invites You to Our
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    Continued from Page 1-A
    die k.im. he said, th- United states
    must now begin to help plia.se out
    the activities of the United Na-
    tions Relief and Works Agency by
    "resettlement" of the refugees and
    I y helping to provide jobs for
    them through an international com-
    mittee, ith the UN supervising
    .i gradual transfer ol (JNWRA work
    to the Arab governments.
    He said that by working with
    President Nasser of Egypt, the
    I'nited States had been able to
    get "a modicum*' of "positive re-
    jUBs" in the Middle East but that
    the "major obstacle" to more
    progress now was the "fixed focus '
    of United States efforts on Nasser.
    Citing the United States obbgation
    under the 1950 Tripartite agree-
    ment guaranteeing Arab-Israel bor-
    ders, he warned that the cost and
    danger of implementation was
    "directly proportional to the size
    and sophistication of Egypt's Ar-
    senal as Egypt grows militarily
    stronger and more adventurous."
    He noted that since 1956. Russia
    had been providing Nasser with
    1 $65,000,000 in modem weapons, an-
    ' nualry.
    He stressed that his views were ;
    | not necessarily the views of the .
    State Department and therefore
    could not be binding on him as
    Ambassador to UNESOC.
    Those viw war* immediately
    challenged by Rep. Seymour Hal-
    pern, New York Republican,
    who said on the House floor that
    ho took exception to the equa-
    tion of West German reparations
    to Israel with proposals for more
    Israeli aid to the Arab refugees.
    He called such a link "a disserv-
    ice to history."
    Rep lialpern said that involving
    Beth Shiran
    School for Tots
    Picks Supervisor
    Temple Beth Shirah announced
    this week the appointment of Mrs.
    Erna Greenwald as Kindergarten
    supervisor of Its Primary Depart-
    ment.
    Mrs Greenwald was head teach-
    er of the Primary School of B'nai
    Israel Synagogue of Logan. Pa.,
    and is an experienced and certi
    fied teacher of the Mootessari
    Method in progressive education.
    For the peat year, she WAS a nur-
    serj teacher at the YM1IA here.
    and has had many years of train-
    ing in Jewish history'- CUStOtAs and
    holiday programming.
    Beth Shirah Kindergarten
    opened on Tuesday at 8:30 a.m.
    Registration will continue through
    September for 4 and 5-year-olds
    I he school will operate on a five-
    day week and celebrate both the
    American and Jewish holidays and
    festivals with special programs.
    Beading readiness will be stressed
    for those to enter public school.
    the UN in the water problem, giv-
    ing the Arabs a voice in Israel's
    domestic water needs "and look-
    ing for an escape from current
    Arab diversion threats by refer-
    ring Israel to eventual hopes for
    nuclear desalination" would not
    solve the water pTI Mem He said
    it would Ik- better for the U.S. del-
    egation at the United Nations to
    clearij denounce Arab diversion
    tactics "as an aggression which
    threatens the peace."
    Rep. Roosevelt defended his
    views with a statement in which
    he said that while he did not in-
    tend to link Jewish claims against
    Germany with Arab claims against
    Israel, he could "only repeat that,
    because Israel has collected sub-
    stantial reparations" it was "fit-
    ting and just" that there be "a
    just settlement of claims of Arab
    refugees." He insisted that he had
    "merery" urged a stronger Is-
    raeli initiative "to commence
    dialogue necessary to achieve
    peace in the Middle East
    The Baltimore Sup said under
    a headline reading "Rooseve "
    Reneges on Arab Stand," tHa-
    Rep. Roosevelt is abandoning
    what some considered a partisan
    stand on the Arab-Israel issue
    "as he continued preparation,
    here to become one of the five
    United States Ambassadors to
    the United Natiors."
    !Jt
    Paul W. Ward. Washington
    respondent pointed out that Rep.
    Roosevelt has now -'ated that
    pre4ar:iel view- hi- pceviou
    voiced "cannot be binding up-m
    me in the new duties which I shall
    a-sume" Ward emphasized that
    Roosevelt added: "I pray that, in
    my new assignment. I may be the
    fnend of all the representatives >1
    the people of the Near East."
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    Emanu-El School Departments Open
    .national Department of Tern-
    I ., F.iiiaini-Kl has announced open-
    dales for all divisions. The
    N nioii Schechter Day School.
    vh ch bi'yan the fall semester last
    1 iday, combines secular and He-
    I ic studies to provide an elc-
    i tarj bi cultural educational
    .ram.
    iifial KMdsaa ol the English
    1 artment follMI the approved
    < ieuluM o! the Dade County
    I rd < I I'nblic Instruction and
    art taught by qualified, licensed
    experienced teachers. The He-
    hrtec studies provide balanced em
    phasis on classical, as well as mod-
    ern Hebrew
    This is t graded program, lead-
    ing to language skills in reading,
    writing and speaking Hebrew.
    The broad aim of the Solomon
    Schechter Day School is to in-
    culcate in the child the religious
    heritage of Judaism in the light
    of contemporary life.
    Small classes allow individual
    attention to develop t h e child's
    maximal potentials and special ap-
    titudes Cla-ses are conducted in
    the North Branch Huilding at 77th
    St and Dickens Ave.. where the
    USSR Seen Avoiding Giving Nasser
    Atomic Aid for War on Israel
    RUSALEM (JTA. The
    r.t- Soviet commitment to pro-
    \. Egypt with additional Soviet
    v < a puns, announced in a joint
    Ci niunique in Moscow at the
    <. < of Egypt km President Nas-
    s, state visit, apparently avoid-
    -. n> Russian promise to provide
    Ni -ser v ith non-conventional weap-
    on Israeli experts indicated here
    i. weak.
    preliminary study of the
    C" m unique also stressed the
    < se mentioning the need to pre-
    v nui l< ar proliferation, and in-
    i arrangement, Nasser will not
    j iiuid missUes ca-
    e i delivering nudear war-
    l -
    Political sources here also
    toted that, while the eommuni-
    q<_e expressed general Soviet
    s. sport of Nasser's hostility to-
    r., rd Israel, it did not mention
    +? Israel-Arab diversion dispute
    e.tr Jordan River waters.
    sser told his Soviet hosts that
    ould like you to know that our
    1. ilit\ toward Israel has no ra-
    cist character. In the history of our
    area, there has not been any ease
    of anti-Semitism toward Jews who
    lived in our countries. It was pre-
    cisely the setting up of Israel that
    is a manifestation of aggressive
    lacism used by colonialism for es-
    tablishing in the center of the Arab
    world a base which prevents reuni-
    fication of the Arab nation, creates
    a threat to it; security, and diverts
    its strength to repel a danger In-
    stead of directing it in the interests
    of peaceful economic construc-
    tion."
    Ones! of facilities, Including h<
    lum-hes. a.e pewMed for children
    The Nursery Kindergarten Dc
    partment provides a half-day W-
    cultural program for pre-sch.v,
    children in both the North Branch
    and tlic main building.
    The Weekday Hebrew ReUgfcMM
    School provides a graded program
    'of basic Hebrew education. Classes
    meet two afternoons a week and
    Sunday mornings in either the
    main building or the North Branch
    \ five-year program is open to all
    boM a*J S"'1" heginaang at the
    i fg of A program leading to ad-
    vanced studies in Hebraic subject.-
    also includes Bar and Has Ifitzvah
    preparation. Opening dates for the
    weekdav Hebrew School were
    Wednesday. Sept. 1. and Thursdax,
    Sept. 2.
    Sunday School ard Confirma-
    tion Department will begin on
    Sunday, Sept. II, in both the
    main building and North
    Branch. These classes, which
    meet once a week, provide in-
    struction in Jewish history, cus-
    toms, Bible and current events.
    Mr and Mr. Benjamin Altshulcr.
    Mrs LeehFikselMw "
    ,,. Mra Faj Feinstein, Mrs
    viva Zour
    vursen Kindergarten Depart
    Vr. Naomi Brandew Mrs Ed .
    K-,i/ Mr- Ads Urett, Mrs Get
    R Weiss. Mrs M.rilyn Tanney,
    Mrs Jane Schuunan.____
    Friday. September 10. 1965
    Sunday School and Confirm:i'n,n
    [ ,-iiartment Mrs. Adad I ret',
    Vi- Rebecca HowncwaiE. Mr<'
    Jane Schulman. Mrs. Dortl G
    y,;-.-. Marlene Posrv-r. Mis
    Levy. William KosenbtMi: ami
    r> Schuaman.
    Transportation is provided for
    ail edueatsonaJ pro-rams ,n ,|K.
    i rnpic.
    The Educational Department of
    Temple Emanu-El is directed b>
    Samuel J. Leibowitz and is under
    the personal supervision of D1-.
    Irving Lehrman. The staff for the
    current year includes:
    Solomon Schechter Day School
    ,and Weekday Hebrew School
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    Students Seek Their Identity
    STAKl.l'.HT. Pa. (JTA)I -
    Studcu participant! m the 20th
    , ,,.,! HiHH Institute indicated
    vlt.,l areas of Jewish cm,-
    cern thia week In a search fur the
    meaning of "Jewish values" and
    .Jewish identity"
    215 students ;it 123 Ameri-
    in and foreign unhwrsWei posed
    nmed at finding a
    , ,,,,,-k Jewish approach to life
    , a time marked by a universe!
    ,. ,,., social JaaUee B'aal ivrith
    iili.'l Foundation leaders note d
    the studearta shewed a clear
    ;,i.i I,, neta] huttce and
    I i cli.ire in,linked to related
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    Jewish concepts. fliej showed per-
    sonal security and DO need to .i|*>l
    ogiae for Jewiahnesa but wanted to
    kuow its meaning in today's world.
    Many students contended that
    the Naii holocaust and resistance
    to anti-Semitism were not ade-
    quate justificatier- for Jewish
    identification. They said they
    could not see that it differed if
    a Jewish youth chose to serve in
    the Peace Corps instead of on an
    Israeli kibbutz.
    Kai>hi Benjamin Kahn, national
    Hi I lei director, said nosl of the
    students admitted being inade-
    quate*) informed aoout Judaism
    and seemed eager to know "who
    they are The> appeared to h m
    I" lack a sense ol conviction about
    the "uniqueness of being Jewish
    .ii',i knowledge of Jewish value- of
    what Judaism ha. to say to them
    as human beings
    Ral iii Oscar Groner, assistant rector, said that "more Ih.-in phys
    ical survival, the continued Jew
    ' h presence means that the re
    ligious and intellectual i leas that
    we have carried in our collection
    entity*' have survived and their
    power is still teit aenong Jews and
    m the world in which we live."
    He said: "Our task here is not
    to justify our existence as Jews;
    being alive is justification
    enough; but rather to seek for
    the meaning which lies behind
    our continued existence as a
    people." He undertook to explain
    the meaning of existence as a
    Jew.
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    sented wert s number ol Canadian
    institutions, Hebrew University >-\
    Jerusalem, Oxford University ol
    England, and more than KM) Amer-
    ican ii ii ix ersities
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    AGUDATH ACHiV. 6305 Collins Ave.
    Orthodox.
    i ... Saturday I ro
    m.
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    AGt'DATH ISRAEL. 7801 Cariyle Av*.
    Crthcflcx. RabBi Isaac Ever.
    ---- ----
    AMAVAT SHALOM CONGREGA-
    TION. 985 SW 67th Ave Oorthodox.
    Cantor Israel Kershner.
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    ANSHE EMES. 2533 SW 19th Ave.
    Conservative. Emanuel Kushelewitz.
    president.
    ---- ----
    BETH DAVID 2625 SW 3rd Ave. Con-
    aervative. Rabbi Sol Landau. Cantor
    William W. Lipson.
    T- .lay in chapel 6 pm Saturday in
    i sin san^uury h a.m. Bar Mltvah
    Alan, .-ir^of Mr. ajfl Mrs. Herbert
    H .in v. iiz.
    BETH EL. 500 SW 17th Ave. Ortho-
    dox. Rabbi Solomon Schift.
    F" da) I 15 p.m. Saturda) s SO a.m. I
    - mon "Doinc the Lord's Work."'
    Miniha t p.m.
    ---- ----
    BETH ISRAEL. 711 40th St. Ortho-
    dox. Rabbi Berel Wein.
    i .,.:. ) i'( Saturday 8 a.m. Si-r-
    / -i "Tin Jewish Hero." Bar Mitz-
    .,i ) son ,: Mr and Mr- Mar-
    tir C.net.
    ---- ----
    BETH JACOB 301 Washington Ave.
    Orthodox. Rabbi Shmaryahu T.
    Swirsky. Cantor Maurice Mamchea.
    Frti!a> 8 pm Saturday 8:30a.m. Ser-
    mon: "War and JYace finm the liib-
    Jical Aspect."
    ---- ----
    BETH KODESH. 1101 SW 12th Ave.
    Modern Traditional. Rabbi Max
    Shapiro. Cantor Benjamin Ben-Ari.
    Friday sunset. Saturday 8:48 a.m.
    Bennoa: "War is Not Morally Jusii-
    fi> t< Discussion at ">:!5 p.m.: "Por-
    l.. n of Ihe Law." Pisiusslon at 6:15
    pm.: "War Against Evil."
    ---- ----
    BETH MOSHE CONGREGATION.
    13630 W. Dixie Hwy. Conservative.
    Rabbi Richard Marcoviti. Cantor
    Seymour Hinkes.
    Friday S.lj p.m. Sermon: "You Don't
    Uf
    CANDLELIGHTING TIME
    13 Elul 6:11 p.m.
    Hav
    i. .i. -h Saturday B:4S
    BETH RAPHAEL. 1545 Jefferaon Ave
    Conservative. Rabbi Zevi I. Green-
    wald. Cantor Saul H. Breeh.
    Prldaj 8:15 p.in Sermon: "Glories of
    the Past ami the Future" Saturday
    8:S0 a.m. Bar Mltsvah: Carl, son of
    Mr anil Mrs. iT.nalil n.i.-li. >
    BETH TFILAH. 035 Euclid Ave. Or-
    thodox. Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovsky.
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    BETH TORAH. 164th St. and NE 11th
    Ave. Conservative. Rabbi Max Lip-
    schita. Cantor Jacob Renzer.
    y t p m. Saturday 8:45 am Bar
    Mltsvah: Michael, son of Mr. ami |
    Mrs. Jerome Pecklns; Jeffrey, son of I
    Mr. anil Mrs. Harold Roda.k.
    ---- ----
    B'NAI RAPHAEL. 1401 NW 183rd St.
    Conservative. Rabbi Harold Richter.
    Cantor Jack Lerner.
    --------
    CUBAN HEBREW CIRCLE OF MI-
    AMI. 1242 Washington Ave. Ortho-
    dox. Rabbi Dov Rozencweig.
    FLAGLER GRANADA. 50 NW 51st
    PI. Conservative. Rabbi David Ros-
    enteld. Cantor George Goldberg.
    Fr:il..y CM' p.m. Saturday a.m. Bar
    Mltsvah: Miohat I. son of Mr. anil
    Mr*. Theodore LasaruS Mincha 6:30
    p.m.
    HOMESTEAD JEWISH CENTER 8th
    Hebrew Lesson
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    i : v l t : -
    B-3cn arm kso1? rrn
    kso*? rrn r-is .DTTHTn
    T I T
    ...mat* jthk ,rvh-o nup^i
    ' : t: I : :
    rrnxa iks* D-mrr "c'rx
    t: t : t : : -
    *?d xVi... *mn obs x'7
    -fix bp ^b ixnnc? nbx
    p? nTV? vVran bx~\&
    irtrian n-iD&cn .rrixn
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    {rmn1? *ia ^sn nnry
    : : t
    .^x-itr-fix rpnn onix
    ,"iT3xi nvp pzx*: rrn m
    nVttin. rria'-pi D-nrrn ra
    ]8 ni-i? tfr'pxn D-a*! nx
    nryr .px'^ cran^i nr;xn
    : '-.ii t it
    T"? en? iDn ^x-ir-px
    -H7 n? .nb-1?^ era ^nn
    Xirnbinb -xrn3 anix m?y
    ir-rSs rr\M n: nxsina)
    Maasnlim (Illegal Immigrants)
    "Maapil" is a person who breaks
    ?rough for himself under the most
    tlifficult conditions. The obstacle,
    the difficulty, does not scare him;
    I* reaches his object.
    In the days of the British rule in
    Palestine, it was difficult for Jews
    tc immigrate to Palestine, it was
    r.ecessary to receive a certificate
    from the British authority and
    the number of certificates was very
    frmall.
    In those days, a maapil was a Jew
    who was successful in immigrating
    tc Palestine and settling there with-
    out a permit from the British. That
    was a difficult deed and very dan-
    gerous. It was difficult to leave the
    countries of the diaspora without a
    permit and without a passport. It
    was necessary to run away and
    ''steal" the boundary (enter illeg-
    ally).
    The Jews of Palestine sent em-
    frvB'TiB nnaas*na rmsim)
    n?rn -lien
    pten Bix vit -^Eya-
    Dir^n n-x:ri3 rj-n tosv*?
    x*? ,TT,?n .^iizprri .-irrrs
    r:3 xin :inix b-tti-Q
    .imra'7
    pKa "cnan ficVtn -p's
    a-niT*? n*n nvp ^xnir
    : t T .It 1 ;
    (cp/p'p-ip) |vcn b^p1? n;n
    "i2c?pi 'p-ian lia'pcna
    |Cj? n;n a-jp-D'c-icn
    .-inr3
    ,-'*:"":' -.vr.-p enn e-s;3
    aa a^nn^i ^yn^-px1?
    .-enan |lo^tfna frifi '-a
    -..-a nff? ntga n n;
    nxi-b rrn no-p nxa ijc:.)i
    T T T It ( -
    /pp ,L,a n*?i:n n^.nr.a
    r.-na^-n "sps .pa-in ^?a
    .Viaan nx "3-^"L;i at. 'j
    misaries to the diaspora to organize
    the "flight." But it was impossible
    to find a ship that would agree to
    take the passengers without the
    necessary papers. It was necessary
    to find and buy boats, old ships.
    Thousands of Jews went out with
    i these ships on the journey to Pale-
    stine.
    Not all reached and not all
    who reached the shores of Pale-
    stine were successful in leaving the
    ship. The British Police did every-
    thing to drive them off from the
    shores of Palestine.
    That was a hard and bitter strug-
    gle between the Jews and Great
    Britain; however, many were suc-
    I cessful to leave the ships and enter
    i the country. The Jews of Eretz Is-
    rael waited for them along the
    I shore by day and night so as to
    bring them secretly to their birth-
    place.
    [Published by Brit Ivrith Olamith)
    - -
    St Homestead Conservative.
    ISRAELITE CENTER. 3175 SW 25th
    St Conservative. Cantor Louis
    Cohen.
    JACOB C. COHEN COMMUNITY
    SYNAGOGUE. 1532 Washington Ave
    Orthodox. Rabbi Tibor H. Stern.
    - -
    KNESETH ISRAEL 1415 Euclid Ave.
    Orthodox. Rabbi David Lehrfield.
    Cantor Abraham Self.
    ] |da\ S:30 p m. Saturday v M > '"
    s. 1 in. n "Jew lah Conci pi ol W ai
    LUBAVITCHER MINYAN. 800 Wash
    ington Ave. Orthodox. Rabbi Abra-
    ham Korf. Cantor Ernest Field.
    ---- ----
    MIAMI BEACH ETZ CHAIM. 1544
    Washington Ave. Orthodox. Rabbi
    Abraham Strassfeld.
    ---- ----
    MINYONAIRES CONGREGATION
    J7J7 Bird Rd. Modern Traditional.
    ----
    OHEV SHALOM. 911 Normandy Dr
    Orthodox. Rabbi Phineas Weber-
    man.
    ] ,i> -uiis.-i Saturdaj 8:80 > 10
    Sermon "A Placi of Refuge." Blbl<
    class i" p.m.
    --------
    SEPHARDIC JEWISH CENTER. 645
    Collins Ave. Rev Cantor Sadi Nah-
    mias.
    --------
    SKY LAKE SYNAGOGUE. 1120 Mi.
    ami Gardens Dr. Orthodox. Rabbi
    Jonah E. Caplan. Cantor Louis
    Goodman.
    --------
    TEMPLE ADATH YESHURUN. Con-
    servative. 1025 NE 1t3rd St.. Miami
    Gardens Rd. Rabbi Samuel R. Stone.
    Cantor Maurice Neu.
    j Friday v 1"> p.m. S-rmon: "Thi
    Bright Si.ir of Faith Saturday !
    1a.m. Bar Mltsvah: Michael, .-m of
    ! Mr. and Mrs. Paul Bernstein.
    --------
    TEMPLE BETH AM. 5950 S. Kendall
    Dr., So. Miami. Reform. Rabbi
    Herbert Baumgard.
    Krida> R:M p.m "Aak th. Rabbi" :
    session to follow the service,
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    TEMPLE BETH EL OF HOLLY-
    WOOD. 1351 S. 14th Ave Reform.
    Rabbi Samuel Jaffe.
    TEMPLE BETH SHIRAH. 7500 SW !
    120th St. Reconstructionist. Rabbi
    Morns Skop.
    TEMPLE BETH SHOLEM of Holly-
    wood 1725 Monroe St. Conservative.
    Rabbi Morton Malavsky. Cantor Er- j
    neat Steiner.
    TEMPLE BETH SHOLOM. 4144 Chase I
    Ave. Liberal Rabbi Leon Kronish. 1 =
    Cantor David Conviser.
    F Ida) 8:15 l> m. Sermon: "Our House 11
    of Peac< is a House of Living Juda-
    ism Saturday 10:4r. a.m. Bar Mlts-
    vah: Harold Daniel, son of Mr*. Saim-
    ual Shai iro ntid the late Mr Khaplru:
    Qary, son of Mr. and Mrs William
    FIscnlM-rr.
    TEMPLE BETH TOV. 8438 SW 8th
    St. Conservative. Rabbi Ralph Z.
    Glixman.
    Friday f. ami S:lS p.m, Sermon: "Mir-
    acle ..t th. Welt" Saturday ., 111
    --------
    TEMPLE B'NAI SHOLOM. 18800 NW
    22nd Ave. Conservative. Rabbi S. M.
    Machtei. Cantor Abraham Reiseman.
    F-lda\ I 30 p.m Sermon: "How Much
    Do You Car."" Sbtterh.....1 to sponsor
    On.-p Rhabbal Saturday 8:30 a.m.
    TEMPLE EMANU-EL. 1701 Washing,
    ton Ave. Conservative. Rabbi Irving
    Lehrman. Cantor Zvi Adler.
    Friday fi p.m. Saturday s ., m Si r-
    mon: "Albert Bchweltser, .1 aiant, a
    Gianl of the Spirit." Mlnrha
    : m. Bar Mltsvah: Russell, son of Dr.
    and Mrs Startle) Fr.lillni:
    ---- ----
    TEMPLE ISRAEL OF GREATER MI-
    AMI 137 NE 19th St. Reform. Rabbi
    Joteph R. Narot.
    1 da) vi.\ |..m Sermon: "Forty
    ITears kftei the Scopes Trial 1 'ould
    it lla|i|n n Again?"
    TEMPLE JUDEA. 320 Palermo Ave.
    Liberal-Reform. Rabbi Morns Kip-
    per.
    :IS I'-m Newly-afflllated
    ' be 1......rated Sermon
    'Vanishing American Jew? An Optl.
    mlstli Reappraisal
    TEMPLE MENORAH. 620 75th St
    Conservative. Rabbi Mayer Abram-
    owitz.
    TEMPLE NER TAMID. 80th St. and
    Tatum Waterway. Modern Tradi-
    tional. Rabbi Eugene Labovitz. Can-
    tor Edward Klein.
    ---- ----
    TEMPLE OR OLOM. Conservative
    8755 SW Itth St.. Miami. Rabbi
    Samuel April. Cantor Nico Feldman
    TEMPLE SINAI OF NORTH MIAMI
    Temporary office 1820 NE 184th St
    Reform. R,bDi Daniel M Lowv'
    Cantor Chet Gale. "
    FHdaj 1:18 p.m it sTasdilngtnn Fed.
    <-ral Auditorium. 69!i XK 187th Bl
    .^"'"i ..'." ;i o review of
    The Rabbi, by Noah Gordon
    TEMPLE TIFERETH^IACOB 951 E
    4th Ave.. Hialeah. Conservative.
    MS p.m Sermon -Ths i:d,
    r id. War" oi.K Bhabbai t.. be
    sponsored b) Mr and Mr- Ullberl
    ''"- whose son. Jerry will !,.. u>>
    Mltsvah Saturday I .m.' '"
    TrMPLE fAM0"A 44 Zamor. Ave.
    Conservative. Cantor Ben Dickson.
    Fi Iday v IS p.jn s. rmon: "Steps ,,f
    Bton. Saturdaj 8 IS am
    TEMPLE ZIOr^SOOcTMiller Rd. Con-
    servat.ve. Rabbi Alfred Waxman
    TXveRE ConJ.S^A/L e50 N "<
    Wernick "f'Ve- Ribbi Htnr>
    YOUNG ISRAeI* 990 NE 171,t St
    OrthodOK. Rabbi Sherwin Staub.r J
    |" Saturday i ., ,,, Bar.
    mon Preparation ,,- ln, v
    ^ear. One, Shaubat 3:30 pm
    SBstsstssM
    Fridoy, September 10. 1965
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    SYNOPS.S OF TORAH PORT.ON OF THE WEEK K. TETZE
    A conquering soldier takes a woman c.ptive from .modg
    the enemy.
    When thou goest forth tibsttle ; ^J-pjg
    captivei woman of goodly form ... and ouldcst um
    her to thee to wife" (Deut2l:10-ll).
    Kl tetze wh-n thou goe.l forth to battle Wj**J*
    rnJSm7*I the Lord thy God deUvereth ^em "
    let her 2 "hHher she will: but thou shall not .'.. her at all to
    money" (Deut. 21:10-14).
    If a man have a stubborn and rebellious son "**
    men of his citj shall stone him with stones, that he die (Deut
    2 "8 211 The both- Of a banged man -shall not remain all nigh
    upon the tree but thou shalt sureh bury him the same'day; for
    fiThi? is! tanged is a reproach unto God; that thou defile not
    ,hyl:^^.t2n(?,.e,hy.in.,hers,,o, h.sshtvpdrutn
    away, and hide thyself from them, thou shall -rely bring ^ h. m
    baek unto thy brother" (Deut. 22:1) Iho, -.ha. n. t tak h,
    dam with the young, thou shall in any wise let the darn go. U..
    the voung thou mayeai take unto thyself (Deut. 2-6,1.
    '"When thou buildest a new hous. then thou shall make a
    parapet for thy roof, that thou bring im I blood upon thy house,
    if anVman fall from thence' (Deu! 22:8.. Thou shall not plough
    with'an ox and an ass together Thou shall no. wear a mingled
    Stuff, wool and linen together" (Deut. 22 10 11. The man, who
    -lavs wanton charges'' against his w.ft shall be Chastised by
    the'elders of the city "A bastard shall not enter into the assem-
    bly of the Lord" (Deut. 23:3. If brethren dwell together, and
    one of them die. and have no child, the uife of the dead shall
    not be married abroad unto one not of his kin; her husband
    brother shall go in unto her. and take hi r to him to wife, and
    perform the duty of a husband's brother ur.to her. And it shall
    be. that the first-born that she boareth shall succeed in the namt
    of his brother that is dead" (Deut 25:5-6'
    "An Ammonite or a Moabits shall not enter into the assem-
    bly of the Lord: because they met you not with bread am:
    with water in the way. when ye iamt forth out of Egypt; and
    because they hired against thee Balaam tht son of Beor from
    Pethor of Aram na haraim. to curse thtt Thou shalt not
    seek their peace nor their prosperity al! thy days forever Thou
    shalt not abhor an Edomite. for he is thy brother; thou shalt not
    abhor an Egyptian, because thou wast a stranger irl his lane.
    The children of the third generation that are bom unto them
    may enter into the assembly of the Lord" 'Deut. 23:4-9).
    Finally, the portion ends with a reminder of eternal enmit>
    against a dread foe: "Remember what Amalek did unto thee by
    the way as ye came forth out of Egypt lu jt 25:171.
    This recounting of th* Weakly Portier of the Law Is >
    tracted and bated upon "Th* Graphic History of th* Jewish
    Heritage" edited by P. Wollman-Tsaarir, SIS Publisher is
    Shengold, and the volume is available at 27 William St., New
    York 5, N.Y. President of Ih* society distributing the volume
    is Joseph Schlang.
    THE RABBI SPEAKS FROM HIS PULPIT
    Bible Knows Juvenile
    Delinquency Problem
    By RABBI ALEXANDER CROSS
    Hebrew Academy
    Standing at the threshold of :,
    new school term, one is amazed
    at the different communication
    media calling
    all students
    back t" school.
    "Don't be a
    drop-out" ia the
    headline. t h e
    cry or the song
    of the television
    commercial.
    It is rather
    obvious that
    there is very
    little opportuni-
    ty in our society
    for the un-
    schooled, un-
    skilled and un-
    :utored. HABBI G*0SS
    "Idleness leads to waywardness
    and crime." observed our sages of
    old. The threatening statistics of
    the high crime rates throughout the
    country are a reflection of the
    truth of this statement The gravity
    ol this problem has come to light
    through the many studies and mas
    sue literature on the causes and
    remits for th.-se drop-outs and re
    sultant juvenile crimes.
    From this weeks portion of the
    Torah. we may gather that juven-
    ile crime and waywardness are as
    old as m a n himself. The Torah
    speaks of the rebellious son and
    the description may well fit any
    juvenile delinquent today standing
    before the local juvenile judge.
    According to the Bible, the par-
    ents are to appear and admit the
    charge brought against their child.
    And the parents shall say uric
    the elders of the city: Thus our m B
    i- stul born and rebeilloua. He will
    not hearken unto our voice; he is
    a glutton and a drunkard."
    Our rabbis have explained the
    deep psychological insights of a
    child behavior through this B.b-
    lical sectk i
    Before tht ciuM can be indicted,
    the parent* are questioned am: i
    judged on their ai>t>-arance. man-
    nerism, behavior and characit:
    Interectingly, the Torah preceded
    the work! renowned psycho-analyt-
    ic findings of Freud, Jung, Adler
    and a host of modern progressi\e
    educators
    But Torah in its infinate wisdom
    well understood the human child
    and hi.- innermost feelings and
    failings and frustrations.
    Tin Creator, knowing his crea-
    ture well, realized that every ac-
    tion of the parent affects the child,
    and as the chassidic dictum goes,
    "the behavior of the son is the out-
    ward expression of the inward
    depth- of his parents."
    ' pagf n prtptrcd in CO-
    oprati< -. wuk the Graate* M*
    am' A>,, ration.
    " of f-jiurei cp-
    r ii
    '-'x UPSCH1TZ
    f Beth rota*
    1 egewaii of Horth M.a-m
    4


    ptember 13. 1965
    -Jtmlsti fierier
    Page 13-A
    Conversion to Reform Seen Rising
    Jn Jewish Congress has named (left to right) Arthur J.
    Irq. U.S. Ambassador to the UN; Samuel Bronfman, of
    Jal. chairman of the North American Executive of the
    [Jewish Congress; and Monroe Goldwater. president of
    fcted Jewish Appeal of Greater New York, as winners of
    Stephen S. Wise Awards. Laureates will receive their
    , Sunday everting. Oct. 31, at an AJCongress dinner in
    fork's Waldorf-Astoria Hotel at which Ambassador
    srg will deliver the main address.
    ir York State Gives Shot
    \rm to Rights Laws
    Continued from Page 4-A
    ner said. They can and would un-
    derstand an intensification in tins
    direction, since proselytization is
    .. central part of their own Chris-
    tian faiths."
    In referring to conversions to
    Judaism of public figures such as
    the late Marilyn Monroe and Eliza-
    beth Taylor. Rabbi Brickner indi-
    Kennedy Urges
    Lummus Funds
    More Land
    itincea from Paje 1 X
    found that Souses or
    nents involved in such
    |wce no longer available
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    ii '!-- which might be
    i red > h< >rder
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    found
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    it ion was the
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    efined I orl :"..:;. t<
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    Fcrge 14-A
    A
    Panorama:
    By DAVID SCHWARTZ
    Friday. September 10. 1955
    Why Shouldn't a Rabhi Mix into Political Life?
    into politics.
    RABBI SHULEM Rubin of the
    Bronx has thrown his yar-
    mulke into the ring, reports the
    New York Times in a burst of
    "mamme lashan."" The Times is
    getting so a Jew can read it as joy-
    lullv a- the Forward.
    Rabbi Rubin is being criti-
    cized by some who say that it is
    unprecedented for a rabbi to mix
    .^i u not quite so. Rabbi Josef Bur-
    was named postmaster general of Israel, and no
    one registered any complaints. If a rabhi can
    deliver -ermons. why cant ho deliver the mail'
    The -abbi seeks to put his stamp on the congrega-
    tion, and where can you get more stamps than at
    Ihe 1 ost office?
    This applies to departments other than the post
    office If Rabin Rubin wants to be a lawmaker,
    let 11- remember that Mom- was a lawmaker, too.
    11 the old .lays, the rabbi's ehiet function was to
    answ shailos" (questions), lv.it the public seems
    -,, have nm out of questions. Rabbis have become
    chiefly speech-makers, which make- them ideal
    for 1 le wi :!! of polities. 11 rabbis today tend to be
    come politicians, the politicians seem to i>e usurp-
    ing >'>.'in- of the functions ol the rabbi. 11 you go
    to a liar Mitzvah today, you don't know whether
    the nan sitting at the head ol the table 1- the rab-
    in 01 ihe mayor or a senator, in the recent race
    lor the senate in New York. President Johnson 1-
    taid to have remarked to Sen. Kenneth Keating, a
    eand date for reelection, that he had heard that the
    Senator had missed a Bar Mitzvah ill I'tica
    There is also talk of Rabbi Schrage ol Brook
    lyn limning for New York City Council He i< the
    man who organized the first anti-crime citizens' pa-
    irol which, to my mind, was the first constructive
    effort in New York to deal with the recent rising
    crime wave.
    We think Rabbi Sehrage would make a great
    duel of Police. One doesn't hear of many Jewish
    As We Were Saying: By ROBERT E. SEGAL
    Genocide Again
    A DISTINGUISHED professor of
    Church and Society. Rev. Harvej
    i \, has spent some time in Ccrmany
    entlj and has set down his views
    . the possibilities of bringing ihe Ger-
    ple back into the circle of thotfl
    1. long t scorned
    Dr Cox. WBO teaches at the II..r
    d Divinity School, has taken on a
    gnment.
    Hi- point oi departure Is an examination of the cam-
    n l exti nd the Statute or Limitations on Nazi crimes
    recent nationwide poll, made under auspices of West
    German television, indicated jt percent of West Get
    . an) eligible voters wanted to stop prosecution of
    ! azi criminals while onlj 32 percent would press the
    search, 'ihe other 11 percent expressed no opinion.
    thai poll fewer than half oi the respondents over 30
    - tin war.
    Dr. Cox's "theological and ethical analysis" of the
    I nnan problem appeared at about the same time a
    >s of anti-Semitic incidents in Bambcrg. Germany
    - inked that general area, one ot whose most inluinous
    - ns was Julius Stretcher, The most dramatic of these
    n cent incident; was the daubing of a swastika in red petal
    the I BM of a monument just prior lo its unveiling.
    : e monument was an expreaaiea oi postwar German
    norse over the 1938 "Crystal Night" distinction of
    mberg'i .-> nagogue. Basnberg's town lathers were un-
    (i retandably shaken by tins vandalism. But having struck
    the monument, the hoodlums continued their anti-
    vish antics, counting among their victories ihe swas
    t ka smearing of 25 gravestones In the old Jewish eeme-
    t. ry at Baml
    "The citizens of Baniberg have HO thing in common
    :. these deeds," Mayor KiatMeu, of Bamberg, de-
    < ared When an atonement rally drew 5.000 lo the public
    square in a heavy rainstorm. "I beg our Jewish fellow-
    citizens not to condemn their townsmen as a whole."
    Hi (ox s papar on the Nazi crime- goes much fur-
    ir thtin that, while acknowledging the ghastly conse-
    quences of the Reich s anti Jewish policy under Hitler.
    1 e insis:s that genocide did not begin nor end with Hitler.
    W hat about the American bombing of Dresden in Febru-
    y. 1945. when thousands of defenseless civilians were
    killed, he asks. Did not this raid, bearing no real mili-
    t ry justification, approach genocide? He asks, too. about
    the murder of 7.000 Polish Officers in the Katyn Forest,
    the atomic bombing of Hiroshima and Nagasaki, the mass
    ider of Kulaks in the USSR in the 1830*1 and the kill-
    ing of landlords in China in the 1960%. And: "What about
    the use of napalm bombs and crop poisons in Viet Nim'"
    Many will insist that however barbaric the devasta-
    tion cited by Prof. Cox may have been in Katyn Forest
    I Dresden and Viet Nam. Hitler's excesses against
    the Jews are unparallelled. Much of this savagery was
    the murder of fellow-nationals. These deeds were not
    means to an end but an end in themselves. Depravity
    alone could have produced them.
    How deep. then, was the moral decay of the Nazis?
    In searching for the answer to this question, Dr. Cox per-
    forms his top service.
    vn u / \ tlLUaW'l? nwynaj
    ,. chiefs Jews in general have *&**.**
    police business. The Irish monopolize it [be Jen*
    vent into the garment industry Jews do.it like to
    carry clubs and guns. They are always afraid the
    guns might go off and hurt someone Making a
    suit of clothes is different. No one get.- hurt
    Capitol Spotlight* By MILTON FRIEDMAN
    U.S. Seeks Aid For
    Education Problems
    ISRAEL MAY
    Wa I
    h e 1 p the I
    States reduce educational depri-
    vation facti r in explosions like
    the 1 event eruption : '*
    ,.- wa t t s area
    S'ates Office oi E lucatii n h
    I ccntly authorized addil re
    search projects bj Isi < li in-"
    tutions. projects that maj assist
    America'- war on poverty
    American educators are aware ot the Israeli
    achievements in integrating and educating chil-
    dren ot divers.- backgrounds. Israel was forced to
    make a rapid breakthrough in this area The mass
    wave- ol immigration led no alternative
    The wamors against povertj now te.....hies-
    tion m the mam problem in speedily opening new
    opportunities to Negroes. In remarks on the Watts
    incident. President Johnson empha-ized the priority
    for equipping Negroes for jobs in this complex tech-
    notogseal civilization.
    U.S. officials were almost at that same moment
    signing' a new agreement with Israel for research
    on the psychology of learning applied to culturally-
    deprived children whose parents have had no school-
    ing. Israel's experience with children from Morocco,
    for instance, could help provide insight.- for edu-
    cation of Negro youngsters from underprivileged
    families.
    Anti-Poverty Director Sargent Shriver Jr. oh-
    served prior Israeli experience in Israels Peace
    Corps" operation- in Africa and Asia. The U.S.
    Peace Corps learned from Israel. Shriver admit-
    ted
    Rep, James H. Schruer. New York Democrat, is
    a member el the House Subcommittee on Povertj
    lie has observed the developing pattern ot re-
    seat h bj li i'li institutions for hhe is Office oi
    Education. "This is 1 meaningful use of counter-
    part funds. 1 potential value, and actually
    doe- not add B single cent to the burden ol the
    l .S taxpayer." he said.
    Schi ler said: "II 1- fitting thai Israe
    pea lors traditional!) I wial
    now fulfilling then- hi
    v ar against ; vert) Vmei ic
    to Israel has become .. Iwo-w 13 si eel 1 .;-
    heart-warming development 1 hen one considers
    other rec ipients ol our aid, k< 1 pi .nui li
    neaia, which have done nothki \ but heap
    us in exchange for cur assistai
    The newest Israeli project will be con,!
    by the Henrietta Szold Foundation, ol Jerusalem
    institution closely linked with the Israel Govern-
    ment Ministry ot education 'ihe principal research
    expert will be Joseph Rapopon
    Israel's previous experience will be exploit
    A series of experiments in teaching arithmetic in
    elementary grades to culturally deprived children
    was started in ISM Much ha- been learned m the
    project, which will terminate m l<**i It is eon
    ducted b) the Ssetd Foundation at the request of
    the Israel Ministr) of Kducation.
    UN listening Post:
    But New York in the early days once did have
    I lewish police chief named Hayes, and he :is
    ,'pilte 1 IUU0M there are still legend? afloat about
    him And later. Mordecai Manual Noah, tne editor,
    was appointed sheriff of New York, which is rome-
    thing like police chief. Some anti-Semites said
    Pitv the Poor Christian who has to be hung by
    a Jew." Noah replied: "Pity Ihe poor Christian who
    has to be hung by anyone."
    Noah didn't really make too good 1 sheriff.
    Then' was an outbreak of yellow fever, and land-
    hearted Noah opened the cells and let all the pHa
    oners out. He was afraid they might catch th* dis-
    eass H thev were kept together. Ho was ranch criti-
    cized tor this, but -aid "ahi gesund.'
    Some of the rabbis seemed to have a good nn-
    mdmg ol the criminal type) Rabbi Bunam
    said thieves could teach good people three let
    the thief 1- not lazy m his work, even p y.
    . .. in '.' e middle ol the night Se
    give up :< adilv I had. be docs not de
    B] g, ... tied 1 in bo wishes to
    rd propet
    Today's Thouqhf: By DR. SAMUEL SILVER
    Rights Struggle
    n
    IE NEWS apatlighl moves so
    these da) that places v hich wi
    unknown 1 sudden!) b< 01
    well known ami then soimtine.s reci
    n into ohaeurtty
    Thus our intci national Involvements
    lh.iv. made in turn. Seoul and Saigon,
    all loo familiar to us, even though these
    [places are thini-ands ,f n Ues sway
    I Those who are \ earning ft" peace in
    Vietnam are responding to thai wry quip: "let Saigons
    be Saigons!"
    The civil right- struggle has also eompeHed u- t<> take
    notice ol a series ol communities where the drama lor
    the amelioration ol the status ol the Negro he* occurred.
    Almost forgotten in thai context is Little Rock, lor the
    events there in the Eisenhower regime were supeex'ded
    bv other happening- in Birmingham. Selma. and Bo.a
    lusas
    Current!) a duel between the segregationists and the
    integration:-t- i- being waged In town most people h w
    lever he,ltd of helot.- Amencus Georgia Between the
    tune that this is being written and the time it will be
    read, the sharpness ol the confhki there may have luh-
    '..\i- Georgia strikes a respai -
    i a reason other than ch il
    1
    \ of S r.it'bi vi'
    has man> rk lo d itinction and with the town in
    , pa .|>lr to know
    record He is Dr
    itM I
    "i k. X J
    Dr i .dent of the rabbinate
    in (hi I only to Clncinnat
    ivi 1 the Ifcbi 1
    1 nioi % inique cl.
    he was the fii \ Mhose parents 1
    nativi Am 1 :
    When Solomon 1 ister is ordained in 100? he went
    on his w.,v to another record thai will stnaabk/ anwH 1^'
    hed lbs ii.-t pulpit in Vewark, turned out to be his
    onlv
    And now his association With thai urea! New J.
    congregation has endured for sixl wars This Lathe
    longest tenure an) \mern ,,n rabbi baa ever had with
    *J congn io the longest ti
    rabbi has h.'id one assignment
    1)|' Postei 1 reer lend- itseb to obsen
    than meielv ststisUral
    By SAUL CARSON
    me Out
    atiou> other
    4
    Vacancy on UN Court of Justice
    Tinted Nations
    THERE IS a top United Nations
    position open right now. The
    Security Council and the General
    Assembly must elect somebodv to
    fill a V.H..IUV on the la-memlier in-
    ternational Court of Jut ice one of
    the court's members. Judge Ab-
    del Hamid Badawi. of Egypt, died I
    Aug. -I Someone inusi t*. picked m
    to fill hi- post unUl his lasi term would liave e\
    pired. February ;,. 1%; \% j, 1M>ssible that an l-
    rseil might be put into that position?
    Israel has never had a member on International
    Court. The Arab* have always had one member un
    the world court. Is there such a thing as ;, -Arab
    seat" on the court?
    k Therr ?,re_feruin n,l<** regarding elechon to
    the court. Members of the court are officially -,
    Isctod without regard to naiiomUtj That, of
    co,ir-e. i- lure legion \d five permanent members
    ol the Sccuri.v Council must ( represented, so
    mere la always someone from the United States,
    Bnt.-un. France, the Savies Untoa an i rhrna (Na-
    """;'''-' Bui there are ten other -eats
    Hie onlv persons eligible for election are those
    nominated bj national groups appahgtad kg mm
    framenta which are partiea to the Courts staTiKea-
    'n"'"";K! MHh ** 'hat have DUl thetn-Kes on
    r.cord ... accepung the rating of the Court Israel is
    mi. a state n. |,., lls my< ttk. Ur<,,., BiM. Aw.|1
    t.o. or some other group .pp.,,,,,,,, ,or ,h, task
    one n T''"""''" "'" '" '-"'"'- ol eolrtn ""'-'h, V""n l" """"' fcUoo, that
    "i -.eoKraphic representation."


    Friday. September 10, 1965
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    Page 15 \
    Propose U.S. Army 'Steer' Youth
    Continued from Page 1-A
    il !;i-k~ in tho military estab*ithe gate of opportunity, the
    hshmont "that do not require thi I that most of these unfortui
    ;; l"-"1; lu; j,|-"',f"-;'1 "'"'1 """- skills of a specialist" and that hi eople black and white .
    eftt enormously if ,,,> were g* pnpoaei ,,,,,. ..,,,, ^ w.. have...
    lected, educated and assigned to ___________ __________^
    projects" bj Selective Service, "to
    which bheir -kills tit them." He
    tontended that there were many
    Trr~
    Ye/fgetth
    Groundbreaking ceremonies for the fiist traditional Jewish
    community in Long Island took place recently in Whitestone,
    [Queens, on Parsons Blvd., between 15th and 20th Aves. It will
    I be the first complete Torah Center of its kind in America.
    |Conceived by Rabbi Solomon Halberstam, the "Bobover Reb-
    Bobov City, a unigue concept in community living, will
    :ontain a Yeshiva (Elementary School), Mesivta (High School),
    ?th Medrosh (Seminary) and a Mikva (Ritualarium). The
    ive city avenue block area was formerly a sand lot.
    irband Branch Hears Reports
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    Loan Association, 755 Washington
    Ave.
    Manuel Burstein. president,
    opened the meeting with greetings
    to members.
    Abraham Fraidlin. chairman of
    i the Nominating Committee, pre-
    sented the slate of officers for the
    new year.
    Also presented was a report bjf
    Joseph Zuckerman, chairman of
    , Blue Cross and Blue shield of Far-
    band. I)r Simon WUensky, presi-
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    Women's Council To
    Open Season Oct .13
    d. 0(/<
    ovnan s
    "WoM
    diami Section of the \a-
    ncil -i Jewish Women
    . bership reception* laal
    l, culminating a summer
    0, .,;, -hip activity.
    division presented the
    I rj to prospective mem-
    ,, their n with an
    ylei D ral Division pre-
    [ .-..,, the World, I Want to
    south Dade Division Meld
    [ 0f Hi.- So ind "f Coun-
    Shores Division conduct-
    ^ .,-,. hi i Wednesday At-
    tol I the itor) of Coun-
    ,..- and their aarvicea
    nunit) the Council wo-
    ition in public
    the ''.'.num.. effort
    all Council women make to provide
    the funds needed to support their
    program. Mrs William l Brenner,
    . .I..'i president, announce i that
    the first open meetings of the fail
    season for all Council divisions will
    take plane on Wednesday, Oct 13,
    .it then regular meeting places,
    Membership Comittee is headed
    ,y Harold Zeeman, Section vice
    president .She Lt assisted by these
    division vice presidents Bay, Mrs.
    Alvin Schlesintfer. (oral. Mrs Mel
    vin Shapiro. Evening, Mrs David
    La tar; Indian Creek. Mrs Jack
    Krause; Islands, Mis Prank Del-
    ford; Lincoln. Mrs. Cye Wecha
    bhorei Mrs Lawrence Brant.
    south Dade. Mrs Morris Futernick.
    eJewish Floridian
    Miami, Florida. Friday, September 10. 1965
    Section 3
    Federation Ladies Set
    Installation of Officers
    : Lehrman, president
    . ration t Jew ish Woro-
    ounced that the annual
    i of the organization will
    Se| ; bei n at noon
    linebleau Hotel.
    Mr- ii. Cjpen, chairman of
    the Ni nating Committee, has
    the following slate of
    < serve for 196546
    Mrs Irving Lehrman;
    , ice pi' dents, Mrs Charles P.
    ilrs Sol Goldstein, Mrs.
    en, Mi Sidne> M
    /. recording set retary,
    rlamerscMag; corre-
    cretary, Mrs Sol Silver-
    'Temple Harmony" will be presented at the charge r.f programming and director of the
    annual membership reception of Sisterhood of skit. Mrs. Matthew Commcnday, Mrs. Bennef.
    -Sholcm on Wednesday at 1 p.m. Lee and Mrs. Norman Arkin. Not shown are
    Going over the scri'-.t are 'left to riqh) Mis. Mrs. Stanley Arkin. Mrs. Solomcn Goldman
    .lames Letter Arkin. Isaac Pueh- Sitaniey Levinson, Sisterhood vice president in and Mrs. Isidor Nelson, pianist. (Stoiy. Pg. 2-B .
    man; ind parliamentarian. Mrs
    Sidnej Lewis
    Nominating Con mittee are Me
    km. Doroth) Ki u ger Fink, Philip
    I han. 1. hi y I-1.. dland, I ing W H
    Irvin Kaplan. S am \\ iesen. Os-
    car Zeltser
    Alternates are Mr- Knth Berger,
    Mrs Gerald Schwaru and m Ray-
    .! Rubin.
    Setting up plans for the installs-
    tj .n are Mrs Philip lhau, chair-
    man "f the da) Mrs Sol Goldsti In
    program chairman; and Mrs Mil-
    ton Green, chairman 01
    ments
    n
    j
    by ISABEL GRCVE
    .fid trip to Cc'.umbus,
    for Mi and Mrs. Fred
    nthal, now hack in their
    C :.. iables home With
    then memories of th<' many
    i ut- -pent with son Alan
    Morti wife Karen and their
    two. Stuart Marc and
    Iran Lyn Meanwhile, on the
    h .in. front, daughter Vivicnne
    Mrs Joseph C.J Rusch added an-
    th. r ion, Mark Elliot, to the
    tamily -roup on Aug. 30 Big
    rothei Ronald Theodore attends
    tea ktmy Paternal
    ther i- Mrs Sadie Roach
    . Beach
    *
    - America First was the
    i the recent motor trip
    the We--,mi and Middle
    States taken b> Mr. and
    k Wilson, ol North Mi
    ami ach Presidi nl of the
    Vork ( i'! irida, Wil-
    son i now busll) splicing the
    I lor movie- taken of the
    Gran Canyon, Yellow S'.one
    Park .-.,ii Francisco and other
    impri ,e sights encountered

    Di Jurra) i Mantell, head of
    the Civil Engineering Depart
    the i Diversity ol Miami.
    leave* tor England this wee* to
    t.n a one-year learning; assign-
    ment at the Universitx oi .su, t
    field ..
    Authoi oi two technical books.
    !>r Mantel] has I.....n with the
    IM i... ultj since i:4ti ... Dr.
    Mantel] has u PhD degree from
    the Universit) ol fexai i Mas
    from Universit) ol Southern
    California, an h [reea from Mi-
    ami and Plorida I -iv.! ities .
    I Ik educator also has a degree
    in Naval Architecture from Cit-
    adel College, ami has conducted
    radar rest arch in ship stabilitj
    launching for the is Navy
    He is listed in "Who's Who in
    America," and is a member of
    Sigma Tau and Iron Arrow hon-
    orary societies Dr. .Mantell.
    Wife Rose, and children Melody.
    Andrea. Tobi Ellen and Johnny,
    live at S5U5 SW Miller Rr. Mel-
    ody attends Florida Southern Col
    lege, Andrea is at Southwest High
    and Tobi Fllen is enrolled at
    Glades Elementary .. Dr. Man
    tell is the brother ol Nils Norton
    Paliot, whose husband is pres-
    ident Of Norton Tire Company
    Back in North Miami after an
    bse ice Of almost two and a half
    months, doe and Rei Van eh,
    ami theil four, Noah, Yael. Fitan
    and v av. have main i> n l mem-
    01 if the mountain- of North
    Ge trgia and North Carolina .
    theast Region executive di
    re i "t American Jewish Con
    gross, lo was head boj -' coun
    Selor and discussion leader at the
    Raj and Philip N. Coleman-
    l AHC Camp at Cleveland. C,a .
    While Regl served as head girls'
    c lunselor an I took charge of Is-
    i aeli t ilk dancing Later in
    the summer the United Syna-
    ogue Youth Leadership Insti-
    tute at Camp Blue Star. Hinder
    lonville, N.C., saw Joe as song
    ; and Regi as folk dance
    instructor ....
    | ie is now back at his desk,
    ami Kem is busy painting, sculpt
    in.;, teaching folk dancii
    Beth Sholom, being art director
    1 remple Israel, ami Temple
    ii El's Solomon Schechter
    I) S( hOOl, where Yael. Kltan
    an 1 new Iv enrolled Yoav attend
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    *Jt*1st'ncrHtor
    Friday. September 10. 196<
    AJCong. Officers Will be Installed
    ______j__ i 4 -r Sfc e. C 1 M* llAl 1
    Planning for the annuci Beth Sholom Sister-
    hood reception on Wednesday, i p.rr.., are
    seated left :o right Mesdames Samuel Brody.
    Leo Levin. Seymotu Silverman Louis F. Snet-
    man Hear* E. Waft and RtOB liseel.
    8 Mesdamet S::
    Garfunkel. Leor. Unger Jrrr.es Knopke and
    Marvin Cooper.
    Sin, K-P'.an
    i>-elected

    -
    Sept. 21 the DHJd
    .Mr- Cher* L Snitow. eetioeal
    president. Wesatn'l Dmiwo. Amer
    :can Jeui* Congn*.-. will be *P*"
    c-st Mr- Snitow will 1* -k
    ing her Lrt *iit t" nl* area *inc*
    ,-. at the recent Del
    ace in
    \a ni: .on
    Kar-oi Luii Kropi*h. rational vice
    potatoes*, an; .. r.t of the
    Sooth Imencea Jew-
    special
    lia- : Qnil r. fui
    Womin i Division Board
    ben Zu
    .
    Leo C.St

    Kamet "i
    gul. I
    B.scayne Chapter i S>
    ">'
    Justire Chapter:
    ...
    S
    president*. Samuel \,
    wr B -* SKinU-rv |
    Ethel Wo.
    and Sam I
    n-cur dan* Mjcretaiy
    UuiM Wise Che*ec: esdsa es
    Joseph Albuquerque, prowdeni,
    \jjva ohen Sam Hertler anr.
    n;>h White nee pre-idem*: Uxh*.
    Bam, tr.j-.irer Ro>e Ro'.h. :.:
    cial secretary; Loin* Cohe-. ew-
    jr>. and Laai
    R SUritt, recordmi: secretu:;.
    Miami Chapter: Mesdaanrs .1,
    n. president: Baoseil H
    r Seel K">en-tcin IrwnjciVujr
    itn. vice pivsaesste; Louis c
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    Mrs Stanley Lesinson. program
    > iiairman. has prepared the pro-
    gram, based on material sent to
    her from the National Federation
    i Tern] lei hoods.
    Participating in the program will
    bi Mrs Matthew Cemmanday, Mrs.
    rman Arkin. Mrs Stanley Arkin.
    n Goldman, Mr- Ben-
    ' Lee and at the piano. Mr-
    Icidoi Nelson.
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    Mr- Harrj E Wolli u -
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    the function, and USi Get*
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    held its annual Tag D I) this
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    TEN WOMEN, TEN LUNCHEONS,
    TEN CARD PLAYERS
    Faye i Mrs. Tobias' Su&sman entertained it
    tunthaon at the Co-si.il House. It Ls hard to talk
    nut Ml al the same UOM, but everyone had so
    much to tell about the loixjj hot summer ami their
    trips (ioinj: to Kurope now is just like going to
    the corner drug store. The guests were Mollie
    , Mr Soli .Silverman, Mrs. Trudy HamerjKhlan,
    Snarl (Mrs Lawrence) Silverman, Mrs. Ann
    Stein. Ra<" (Mrs. Ben) iiamnieriuan, Mrs. Flor-
    ence Glass, Mrs Birdie Curtis. Mrs. Ida Alt
    schuBtr, and dear FaJgaJa Broad. Alter lunch,
    the talking went on. but somehow they man-
    to play cards at the same time.
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    VACATIONS ARE OVER
    Or, Bertram Thorpe ami his Rabbettc spent a
    vacation m New York with friends Hut the
    ir's Girl Friday, Rosaline Bertin and her
    i,!. Garraye, were more adventurous They
    i and Hawaii, They got on an old
    k in the mm i
    and their bundles, squealing ki Is
    anin ale i hej w em from Pap*

    er a"-! hter. Shi
    :..... .\i a York, whirr the) attended
    at thi Moi n/ II"1'
    i the) bui
    lot Kosenki I
    :, into the arm nl center to nch
    A-re in a night club '
    hen.

    GOODBYE MA. SEND MONEY
    ;- the lime for the pride and joj of cadi
    , to off to c ll< -> Ton Karson left
    . nville L'niversit) His mother, Phj
    lee the i roverbial hen who lost her
    ; imm) was acini- as il he had been
    : from slavery into freedom .
    lael Brown's mother, Barbara (.Mrs
    B own, is moal meticulous, His trunk
    . as tent ofl to Gainesville in plenty of lime i'
    arrive, so in between registering, Michael
    to d.i-h aikjut getting the basic foundation
    wardrobe .
    Uott) Mrs Leon Kaplan says they are so
    now that her baby has gone to Gaines-
    Stanley is quite a bab) Dotty has a
    ; little toe these da) \ Jollj Green Giant
    ed "ii the sheM .<: the market right onto her

    AND AWAY WE GO
    lanne I pandemonium at the ta
    of the first Jackie Gleason show at tbe Miami
    Beach Auditorium The auditorium waa trans-
    lonned into a Studio with all kinds of lights and
    cameras, extra Stages and balconies, and 32 mi-
    crophone- Time are 150 members of the produc-
    tion staff, and all of them were in evidence.
    Hank Meyer and Mitchell Wolfson, walking down
    the middle aisle, stopped to say "hello" to Hank's
    parents. Seated in that part of the auditorium
    were Miriam and Milton Sirkin, Sally Bachrach,
    Councilman Jot- Malek and Koohelie Lynn, Paula
    and Art Hoffman. Harriet (Mrs. Otto) Fenias.
    Tcen-ajiers included Sharon Lloyd. Danny Gold-
    man ami Judith Cordon. Johnny Olson, the an-
    nouncer, stopped to kiss his redheaded wife.
    Penny, who was sitting with Bea (Mrs. Jack)
    Rosa. The tapping will be seen on September 18.
    FORTY YEARS, FORTY GUESTS
    ll. i"' and Rock) Pomerance honored Hopes
    parents, Laura and Al Mason, at dinner in the
    Room 'i the Fontainebleau Hotel. It was
    their Wth anniversary Cocktails were served
    t in-the Cl Room, I.aura, in a long
    th a beaded top, danced
    the Anniversary Waltz with Al. Among guests
    : floor
    three \i Yoi k Mr and Mrs !
    Myrtle Talli
    " i M hi Mil key J
    e Hall Jr. and Mrs. Mel\ in Rich-
    li. rrj B Smith, Judge and
    rkman, Vlr and Mrs. .lack Popick,
    U ich, and Mr, and
    Mrs Gardner.
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    NEXT JUNE, 1964
    Cul Ackerraan bad been anticipating
    the i a r "i her engagement to
    iie doesn't remem-
    u it just lhat she and her moth-
    er and father, Mr, and Mrs. William Ackerraan,
    and I ind his parents, Mr. and Mrs. How-
    ard P id Danny's grandmother, \li-. Min-
    nie Miller, all wore flowers, Poor Juan had a
    high temperature for the occasion, and she's
    that on the 18th of June nexl year, her
    temperature will be normal no bugs and no
    tin .
    Unong guests at the party were Patt) Kan-
    tor and Alan Wein-Uiil. Linda and Dave 'lav,,
    boulos, Gale Lazarus and Harris Gubernick, Mr.
    Frank) I, Milt Furman, Mr. and
    Mrs Edward Levine Mr and Mrs Sam Band,
    Mrs rdt, Mr. and Mrs Julius Schroim-
    nier, and Mr and Mrs. '
    Frances Lehman
    MR. AND MRS. WtlNtR
    True Sisters Plan
    Membership Tea
    ed Oi der of True Sisters, Mi
    i 13, will hold a meeting al \ a-
    I) children's Hospital "ii ')
    p m The i will
    ber bring-
    ; men
    Mrs nt, has
    announced thai Mrs. Martin Sosna,
    n, i- planning
    .. taJ v. Hi- n A SI
    \!. lit. i > VI arii i Balaban,
    Weiners Mark
    25th Anniversary
    Mr an I Mrs Phil Weiner oi
    Aug. 21 united ihew family an
    friends to join them at the Algid
    Hotel at a dinner dance to help ce -
    ebrate their 25th wedding anniver-
    aary.
    The Weiners were married 25
    years ago in the YMHA biuldin.
    and several of the original guests
    were present at the anniversar
    celebration.
    Among them were their matio .
    oi honor, Mrs. Weiners sister. Mr-.
    John (Kitty Layton. bridesman
    Mi". Weiner's sister. Mrs. Irving
    (Florence) Schlachtman. from M
    ami. also two of ihe singers at the
    wedding, the bride's sister from
    Durham, N.C., Mrs Joe (Dottle
    Rose arid niece, Mrs Irwin i K-
    telle) Rubenstein, from Lima, Pen
    Mr- Rose sang several songi
    the anniversary also.
    (uher out-4 t' tow n guests incl id<
    .lee Rose, Durham, S.C.; Mrs I
    Rosi : \ C Mi s. Jack Zi-
    blatt, Clifton, N .1 Mr and Mi
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    ^lami Beach Chapter of Hadassah announces the formation
    of ifc- i8th group to be -fcfiown as the Eddie Cantor Group of
    he Miami Beach Chapter of Hadassah. Under the leader-
    ship of Mrs. Fred Jonas, a former Miami Beach Chapter pres-
    ient, 50 women gathered at the home of Mrs. Harry Pearl
    >n Tuesday, Aug. 24. A complete executive staff was named,
    rith Mrs. Jonas as first president. Plans are formed for an
    istallation luncheon Oct. 20 at the Fontainebleau Hotel. Front
    )w '.left to right! are Mesdames Fred Jonas, Harry Pearl,
    lairy Glass. Max Messinqer, David Strichard and Martin
    teach Hadassah Meetings Mapped
    Fleischman. Second row (left to right) are Mesdames Samuel
    Dellon, Harry Leff, Samuel Saslow, Lena Waldman, Saul Fe!t-
    zin, Samuel Katz, Meyer Cohen, Hy Drachman, Edward Sas-
    kin, Arthur Trotter, Benjamin Lentz. Rear row (left to right;
    are Mesdames A. M. Packard, Benjamin Elias, Chester Kopel-
    man. Samuel Beckman. Ben Stone, Sidney Fiucht. Benjamin
    Duckman, Toby Lavine, Max Axelrod, Julius Gold. Milton
    Kaye. Nat Naitove, Harold Levey, Gus Bernstein and Benja-
    min Abrams.
    AEPhi Alumnae
    To Meet Tuesday
    it : a I
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    ! on :
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    : air
    Ne ed cal group are Mi
    presii I m Futernick, i \
    . Mrs, C. Kruglick, eon
    p n ling secretarj. Mrs A. k]
    rison, recording secretary; Mrs
    in-1 Cber, treasurer; Mrs R He
    man, Mrs Hoy Weuell, mo mix-: -
    at lai '
    Tne group, which meets once i
    ii or.ih. climaxes the year with j
    bock review and tea at the Univer-
    sity ut-Mtttuii. Proceeds of the af-
    fair are used to sponsor a l>-
    scholarship at the University.
    mm; Laiarus Croup will hold
    first meeting in Monday noon
    tin Washington Federal, Nor
    indj < Agen la ili include
    of boar I membera and
    'icers i us a report on the re
    km national convention by Mrs
    iik u fstein, president of the
    cup
    [First eeting -i the new aeaeon
    Morten Towers Group of Hadas-
    leth Moshe Ladies
    lap Programs
    Mr- Bert Streit president, Beth
    ihi terhood, will conduct the
    fun's nr^t meeting of the season
    Moi evening In Popiel Social
    hi
    the s terhood, dh I led into ten
    Icles, be served bj Mrs Fred
    laiiK. September Circle Huth
    and Mi J Carl Wool, May
    i chairman
    11' will include a National
    Mneti League skil A Conver-
    sion l tece," directed by Mrs. Jo-
    f\,h \-" who will also partici
    Me witi Mrs Wool Mrs Jack
    tmper 1 and Mrs Seymour Pack
    Id
    [on Ui nesdaj noon, the Sister-
    icheoi and fashion show by
    iry'a Popiel Mill
    Mtosti will be membera of the
    * and May Circtes, with
    iairmi i Mrs Carl Wool and Mrs
    r<-d Blank, in charge of reserva-
    MtS
    liss Weiss Will
    .ttend Barnard
    |A Mil : Beach ^ ir 1 will be
    wig tbj 450 freshmen from 36
    Ites .. d ten foreign countries
    rivini B1 Barnard College in New
    ik Fl day, .scut. 17. to take part
    tin week-long orientation pro-
    pni preceding the opening of
    I
    [Mie is liss Miriam Betty Weiss
    ughu of Mr and Mr*. Philip
    'eiss. 132J Alton Rd.
    .Miss ,-,-s graduated from Mi-
    ni I! < ach Senior High School.
    here she was president of Sorrota
    rvice < lab and a member of the
    Itional Honor Society
    |She wil join other members of
    das-, of 1963 for an introduc-
    n to academic and extra-curric-
    r life at Barnard, the women's
    dergrartuate college of Columbia
    ii varsity,
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    Bah will be held on Monday. 1 pm .
    at the Morton 'lowers Restaurant
    There will be a program with
    presentation to members of certifi-
    cati i, plus a report op. the recent
    national convention Mrs Bmanuel
    Menti is president.
    * *
    Shalom* Group will hold its firsl
    meeting of the season on Monday
    noon at the DiLido Hotel.
    Mis. Sanford Jacobaon, chapter
    board member, will in' guest speak
    er. plus s report on the national
    convention. President is Mrs. Mi-
    < hael Keinstoin.
    *
    Hercl Group will hold its first
    general meeting of the year on
    Monday at the Koney Plata Hotel
    in the Ocean Lounge. Luncheon
    will be served at noon Mrs Milton
    Weinberg is president.
    *
    Forte Towers Group will h II its
    first meeting on Monday, Sept. 20.
    t 30 p.m., at the Forte Towers Cof-
    fee Shop CrUOSt speaker will be
    Mrs Gerald SoltZ, president of the
    Florida Region of Hadassah. Mrs.
    Susan Feller is president.
    Senior Citizen Association
    Regular meeting of tne Senior
    Citizens Assn. of Miami Beach will
    be beld oi Tuesday, Sept 21, 7:30
    p.m., ;it the Washington Savings
    Loan \s-i ciation, iu Wash-
    ington Ave Dr. Sidney j. Lerner
    will be guest speaker.
    Katzen at Conference
    Howard Katzen, a \i,.- president
    : N'orton Tire Company, will at-
    end the nth annual convention of
    the National Tire Dealers and lie
    '.readers Association on Sept. 11 to
    ' in Dallas, Tex
    Lorber Chapter
    To Hear Report
    Members of Lorber Chapter.
    Children's Asthma Research [net
    cute and Hospital, will gather it
    the Chez Pepe Restaurant on Tues-
    day, 1! 30 am., to welcome Mrs
    Herbert Teller, president, who ,-
    tende I the 58th annual convention
    it Denver
    Included in Mrs Teller's report
    will be .i description of dedicat
    ceremonies oi a new 24-bod bu
    ing. This raises ihe total of patients
    residing .it the tree, non-sectarian
    hospital (0 188.
    In charge of the luncheon meet-
    ing i- Mrs Sam Creenfoder. pr>-
    gramming vice president, who has
    arranged a fashion talk preset
    ed by Bunline's as the afternoon
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    ^t^eptevnber Jjrim
    cs arc
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    Drucker-Yoeger
    R.-ihbi Loon Kronish and Cantor
    kbraJtam Scif officiated at the
    redding ot Miss Barbara Yaeer
    I mi A. Norman Drucker in 7:30
    .clock rites on Saturday. Sept. 4.
    (,i the Fontainebleaii Hotel.
    The bride is the dau-jhter of Mr.
    Bnd Mrs. Seymour YacRer. 1430
    ,-nox Ave. The {{room is the son
    Irs RDM Dmeker and the Me
    Mr. Julius Dmeker, of 22.1 lfth St.
    M.iid oi honor for her cousin was
    Miss Susan Yaeger. Mrs. Joseph
    -.ichenhaum. the ({room's aunt.
    PM matron of honor. Bridesmaids
    Included liouise BMRf. Linda
    Lesslor. Janice Fleischer. Edyce
    iosenwaeaer and Cale K-ko
    Best m*n 'or his brother was
    red Dmekar. Ushers were Barry
    eniR. Jeffrey Yaecer. Bruce
    kMDMMd Howard Kan tor and
    Jyron Bcrman.
    For her wedding, the bride
    lose an elezant white silk peau
    soie coat d r em s. featuring a
    rove-leas empire style beaded
    liee gown with sheath over
    nrt. The removable lonx-sleeved
    nneJed front coat also featured
    M empire line. The train termin
    ted into a chapel trotn hearted
    i-iUh seed pearls on the skirt
    ndicc and sleeve edge. Her
    matchinc hiffh peau de soie crown
    raa trimmed with seed pearls and
    ad a triple trim and pouf of
    'rench illusion.
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    'id from Miami Beach High
    hool and Business School
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    mS. A. N0KMAH DRUCKIR
    I'niverslry of Wisconsin and Uni-
    versity of Miami Law School He
    i a member of the Florida and
    American Bar Associations and a
    charter member of the Federal
    Bar Association. Recently elected
    a director o| the newly formed
    United Educators Life insurance
    Qo of Florida, he also holds In-
    terests in the Peter Miller and Ha
    lei rJt Hi'iels.
    Baaaptton followed the oeremenj
    in the .lade promenade Room ol
    the FontainebJeau, alter whirii a
    low n dinner was set ved in the
    West Ballroi tn.
    After their honeymoon, the
    OOUple l 1 1 live .it 1777 CoUMlfi
    Ave Miami Beach,
    Max Cowan, of South Euclid. O.
    Maid of honor was Miss Allison
    Poddl. Mrs Arlene Greene and
    Carol Jane Shaffron were brides-
    maids.
    Ronald Meltzer w a s best man.
    and ushers included Barry Was-
    man and Larry Sa&lavv.
    For her wedding the new Mrs
    Cowan was attired in a silk organ-
    za gown along the empire line,
    featuring slender shirs, half
    sleeves adorned with tiny tucks.
    and alencon lace on the bodice,
    sleeves and hemline. She carried a
    lacy cascade of tiny white orchids
    and stcphanotis. Her headpiece
    was a cluster of lace roses set off
    with organza leaves.
    The bride went to Miami Senior
    High School and Ohio State l'ni
    | versity, where she belonged to
    Sigma Delta Tau Sorority and re-
    ceived an AB degree in English.
    Mr. Cowan went to Ohio State
    l'ni versity. and is a graduate of
    the Cleveland Marshall Law j
    School.
    Reception and dinner followed
    at the Diplomat Country Club. AI-
    Jamaica honeymoon, the '{
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    ter a Jamaica honeymoon, tne Mrs *>} lievUn- of 626
    couple will live at 3130 SW 27th lwh Tcr M,anu
    Ave., Miami. For her wedding, the bride
    chose a g o w n of pure silk or-
    ganza. The fitted bodice was de-
    Gittleman-Berlin signed with a round neckline and
    After a honevmoon spent in imported chantilly lace with hand
    Weiss was junior h^x^ city and Acapulco. the embroidered seed pearls Long
    former Barbara Ellen Berlin and sleeves tapered to points over her
    Robert Steven Gittleman will live wri-ts. The lace highlighted
    Werner Vattn
    mik. mmrr nAHCtr
    Robert M a n d e 1 was best man
    for his brother. Ushers included
    Sheldon Weiss and Jack Tarabo-
    lous Jeifrey
    usher.
    Newlvwed Mrs. PI a n c e y is I
    graduate of Miami Senior High al 1331 SW 32nd Ave. Miami.
    School. She attended Miami-Dade The couple exchanged 6 o'clock
    Junior College, was graduated wedding vows on Sunday. Sept. 5.
    Plancy-Afandef
    Mr and Mrs .Ulfrey Robert
    Plant ey an sp, rulinc their hon
    eyinoon in the CataMB mountaui-
    iiie lonarar Miss Landa Mandei
    an ilmi; iiw. in a double ring candle-
    light ceremony oil Sunday eve-
    ning. Sana. I, at the Bis-cayne Ter-
    race Hotel Rsjk>bi ."yilonion Schiff
    officiatad
    | he bride ia -hr daughter of Mr
    and Mrs Andrew Mandei. I'.i21 S*'
    lXth Ave. Miami, and grand
    ;.liter of Ihe late Mr. and Mrs
    Herman (ioldberuer
    The groom'l parents are the Ira
    Ptanocy'a oi riackeneacfc, N.J.
    For her wedding, the bride
    chose a gow n featuring a full-
    length ahaatti ol imfwttad peau de
    soie. The fitted bodice was
    trimmed with afc-ncon lace en-
    crusted with seed pearls. There
    were mat:nng appliques of alen-
    inii lace and seed pearis on the
    fingertip sleeves, sheath skirt and
    detachaMa oathadwU train. The
    bride's crown, of a atoning peau
    de soie and pearls, was shaped
    in an open pill box with a finger-
    tip, scalli ped veil ol French illu-
    9MB. She carried a Bible with cas-
    cading orchids.
    Maul of honor was Miss Juliette
    Friedman. Bridesmaid for her sis-
    ter was Miss Linda Ruth I'laticcy.
    Lynn KteaHc was junior bridaa-
    maid
    from Temple University School of
    Dial Hygiene, and recently n-
    caivsd a BS degree m education.
    The bride is a member of the
    American Dental II enists \-
    sociarion and is currently in
    harge of the dental examination
    and health program fi r the i pper
    Pa school system.
    .vtr. Pliuiee-. graduated from
    Havkenaack achoota and attended
    Dartmouth College at Hanover,
    \ ii lie is now a senior at the
    L'ntversitj ol Pennsylvania School
    ot Dental Medicine, where he Is
    an officer of Alpha Omega Den-
    tal Fraternity and a lieutenant in
    the V S Army Reserve.
    The couple will live in Philadel-
    phia.
    Cowan-Wasman
    JoAnn Ma Waanaan became the
    bride of Bernarr Carl lowan in
    K 30 o'clock rMea on Sunday. Sept
    5 at the Diplomat Country Ctal)
    Rahbi Sol Landau ofliciated.
    The bride is the daughter Of Mr.
    and Mrs Milton Robert Wasman.
    2B10 SW 5th Ave.. M i a m i. The
    groom's parents are Mr and Mr-
    at the Algiers Hotel, with Rabbi Al-
    fred Waxnian officiating
    The bride i- the daughter of Mr
    the
    skirt that swept to a regal train.
    Her headpiece was a pillbox
    with haiul-i inbriiidered see 1
    pearls and an illusion She carried
    Continue?1 on Page 8-B
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    +Je*lsti fhtHi.tr
    Page 9-B
    eptentber
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    :ontinu*d from Preceding Pg*
    K r tonne. Ij Ol
    .....tnd now of Miami
    !i. English al
    | ty. After a hone>
    j rfo Rico, the 11
    North Miami Beach.
    Light
    tf-ffcrne
    \\.>- ; riscilla Ann Kane, daugh-
    [r of Mr and Mrs. Howard Kane,
    ,-, Allison K I. and Kenneth Jaj
    5 ,i. son of Mr and Mrs George
    tht. 4780 Pinetree Dr., were
    irried in a family wedding ccr-
    i on Saturday. Sept. 4. 7:30
    at the Doral Beach Hotel.
    Ibbi Joseph R. Narot officiated.
    For her wedding, the bride chose
    Ivor y brocade floor-length
    \n featuring an empire waist.
    Maid of honor for her sister was
    ss Carol Sue Kane. Larrie Blas-
    k served as best man.
    Weulywvd Mrs. Light graduated
    i m Miami Beach Senior High
    ool and the University of Mi-
    with a Baotielor of Educa-
    degrec.
    |K LTIK..TI graduated from the
    litefietd School and attended
    1'nivcrsity of Miami. He is a
    Tiber of Alpha Epsilon Pi Fra-
    :t> and associated with Olian
    . of New York City.
    <-ccption followed the cere-
    fiy at the Doral Beach. After a
    Russins Reveal
    JudiHi's Betrothal
    I'r and Mrs Lester A, Ri
    Mto! "I Miami B< ai h, n-
    nenl ol their
    r, Judith Ann. to Jefl Mar-
    billies :. ol Mr and Mi C
    ol Dave rt, la.
    M ss Russin i- a graduate oi Ml
    Be 'n H She al
    i I Bard C tile [i in Lnnandali -
    on II I m. N Y and is ;
    . r al the I i ivi sity
    i Miami, where she is an English
    major
    Mr Margulies attended the State
    University ol Iowa, and was affil-
    1'ated w!lh Phi Epsilon Pi. social
    I fraternity. He ta presently 8SSO-
    I ciated with Eagle Food Centers,
    jlnc. of Rook Island. Ill
    The wedding will take place on
    February 12, 1966.

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    B. Alien Becki
    MISS JUDITH nussm
    Wrrntr-Kahi,
    MM. KtNHUH IIGHJ
    honeymoon spent in Jamaica, the
    couple will be at home at 230 E.
    79th St.. New York.
    liss Lieberman
    rill Wed Rabbi
    |Mrs. Muriel Lieberman, 1752 S.
    idea Dr., Mo. Miami Beach, and
    William Lieberman. of West
    tlywood, announce the engagc-
    cnt of their daughter. Sarah
    inc. to Ronald Avery Werner,
    of Mr and Mrs. Jules Werner.
    169th Tcr.
    Miss Lieberman graduated from
    th Mianu Senior High School
    attends the University <>f Flor-
    at Gainesville. After intern-
    tat I'o nee de Leon Junior High
    tool, she will receive a Bachelor
    I Arts in December.
    Mr Werner also graduated from
    rth Miami Senior High School,
    tended Miami Dade Junior Col
    re. and now attends Florida State
    uversity at Tallahassee, where he
    majoring in speech.
    liter graduation, he will attend
    reu Cruon College in Cincin-
    nati. O where he will study for
    the Reform rabbinate.
    Miss Lefkowitz
    Plans Jan. Rites
    Mrs. libby Lefkowitz, of Clifton,
    N.J., formerly of No. Miami Beach,
    announces the engagement of her
    daughter, Miriam Faye, to Michael
    David lieberman, son of Mrs. Mu-
    riel Lieberman. 1752 So. Glades
    Dr., No. Miami Beach, and Mr.
    WilUam Lieberman, of West Holly-
    wood.
    Miss Lefkowitz graduated from
    North Miami Senior High School
    and attended the American Insti-
    i utte of Banking in New Jersey.
    Mr. Lieberman graduated from
    North Miami Senior High School
    and is attending Bitston University
    in Boston. Mass., from which he
    will be graduated in January. 1966.
    He is a member of Phi Sigma Del-
    ta Fraternity. A February. 1966
    wedding is planned.
    miSS MIRIAM IffKOWITZ
    Panel Slated
    At Auxiliary
    Season's Opener
    D;- Murray Heiken will conduct a
    psychologists' panel at the first
    ; m r i "<< of
    ... I ban tn Hospital Auxil-
    iarj on Sepl 23 al the Everglades
    Hotel
    The program will begin at 10 30
    a m., and will deal with "How to
    Overcome Problems of Daily Liv-
    ing
    President Mrs. Doran Zinner has
    announced th;it. for the first time,
    t'le initial meeting of the season,
    will be open to the public.
    "Serious problems confront moth-
    ers every day, decisions ranging
    from the demands of children to
    the needs for discipline and guid-
    ance." said Mrs. Zinner. "The or-
    ganization-woman who volunteers
    her free personal time for health
    and welfare causes owes a substan.
    tial block of hours to her family.
    She must decide how to meet un-
    usual domestic crises swiftly and
    calmly, how to handle the day-by-
    day problems without unduly dis-
    turbing basic beliefs and principles,
    and at all times, appearing with
    her husband as the firm directors
    of the family unit," she stated.
    These concepts, and others, will
    be discussed by the psychologists
    of Dr. Hcikcn's panel. Questions
    from the audience will be welcome,
    according tit Mrs. Frank Rose,
    chairman of the day.
    Publicity Chairman Mrs. David
    Hess announced that each mem-
    ber in good standing will be eli-
    gible for special awards to be pre-
    sented at the close of the program.

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    Still Registering
    Registration is still open for the
    I. L. Pori'tz Workmen's Circle
    Schools.
    School So. 1 starts Sunday, 10
    a.m. at 1545 SW 3rd St.. Miami.
    School No. 2. being held at YM
    and WHA. 8500 SW 8th St. starts
    Monday at 3:30 p.m.
    Max Gleiberman will again be
    director and teacher. The school
    board is considering an evening
    adult Yiddish class if enough in-
    ter* >t is shown. Information is
    available at the Workmen's Circle
    of Greater Miami. 940 Lincoln Rd.
    Tile I L I'eretz Workmen's
    Circle Schools are open to children
    oi non-members, starting at age
    6. The curriculum includes read-
    ing, writing and speaking the Yid-
    dish language Children are also
    taught the history, literature .md
    culture of the Jew*
    The schools, along ith the
    Workmen's Circle Chorus Of Great-
    W Miami, directed by Hen Yonun.
    are part of the educational program.
    Mar-Parv Opens
    New Ad Campaign
    Mar-Parv, the Kosher Pareve
    Margarine, is launching its new ad
    vertising campaign nationwide in
    l'u leading English language-Jewi h
    newspapers with a total circulation
    of 743.669. This will include inform-
    ative ads about all-purpose Mar
    Pan Margarine and "s use in the
    Jewish home, as well as 10 and 16-
    cent coupon ads.
    Mar-Pan la made by the Miami
    Margarine Company ol Cincinnati,
    ene of the nation's leading mar-
    garine manufacturers for tort>
    yean. Miami recognised the need
    "for a Kosher Pareve Margarine
    ten years ago and produced Mar-
    I'arv all vegetable Margarine.
    made with highly unsaturated corn
    oil and other vegetable oils, plus
    Vitamins A and D added
    It contains no milk or animal fat.
    so it may be used in the prepara-
    tion of and served at Jewish meals
    containing meat or dairy foods.
    Mar Pan may also be used by
    people allergic to milk and milk
    product-, and in any die) where
    milk is restricted.
    Kosher Pareve Mar-Pan- Mar
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    pervision of the I'nion of Orthodox
    Jewish Congregations of America
    and bears the (D) seal on the pack
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    The Jewish National Fund leadership of Greater Miami met
    katt week to bid iaiewell to Johan Btrman, vice president of
    tfte IMF Council here, who will mettle in Israel with his wife,
    Selma. The Bermans were the first here to establish their
    Johan and Seima Berman Nachla in Israel by bequeathing
    the greater part of their estates to the Foundation of the Jew-
    ish mrtonal Fund. Front row 'left to right) are Isidore Riflcin.
    Ezra Finegold. Harry Rosen. Mrs. Dorothy Kaminetzky. Mrs.
    Nathan Bookspan. Mrs. Abraham Mason. Mrs. Louis Lusttg.
    Bade row (left to right) are Abraham Fraidlm. Mrs. Max Af-
    fachmer. Abraham Grunhut. Mayshie Friedberg. Benjamin
    Appel. Max Attachiner. Jacob FUhman. Leon J. BL Johan
    Berman. Mr. and Mrs. Max Hecht, Sam Kagan. Bernard Katx
    and Mrs. Robert Garber.
    Sunshine Chapter Birthday Party Set for Oct. 19
    Sunshine Chapter. B'nai B'rith
    women, \rill havt- a birthday party
    d<1 paid-up membership luncheon
    on Tuesday. Oct in. at the Aman-
    Temple lion Sisterhood
    "i Kii','.'. Tou" evciiny
    ing and rpfreshm'".'-
    . Temple Zior
    >xi on Saturday. 8 p.m
    cana Hotel Membership vice pre<
    ident is Mrs Samuel Kupesel
    Mrs. Prank Burg is president ami
    Peering i^ommittee memtoers are
    Mr- Robert Baumchl. co^hairman.
    Mr- Morn- IJ"rnst*Mi;. Mr- Sam
    Ml Rabson. Mrs. Morn- WiUsOO
    Mr- Milton Weinberv Mrs Arnol.l
    Hotfu-nhtr.. Mr- .lack DssflMt
    Mr- Bi-rnard Friedman. Mrs Mar
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    ry Ross. Mrs. Sidney l.evin. Mr-
    Jark (ioldberg. Mrs Joseph Sam
    uels and Mrs Thomas Friedman.
    Prospective member- are invitei
    In attend the general meet.
    tin- chapter on Wednesday, Sept
    29, 12 10 p m at w.-1-tiirivr.r Fed-
    eral Auditorium, 689 NE Ifi
    No Miami lieaeh.
    Suburban Leac Je
    Lunch Wednesday!
    Suburban Leaser a... ,, .
    pai on Wedaeaday doos at u.. ., A
    Mrs Jern Baraao. iut.< )j^l
    St.
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    Seotember 10, 1965
    Mnlstnrr/frfttr
    Paqe 1: 3
    Noted Educator to be Eulogized by Local Hebraists
    | ge Six Million," by Louise Nevelson, a major work of
    re, was dedicated recently at the Jewish Museum in
    | fork in a brief program commemorating the victims of
    I -zi holocaust. Dr. Louis Finkelstein. chancellor of the
    I Theological Seminary of America, under whose aus-
    ..- Mirsiewrwvperates, spoke at the presentation cere-
    The large sculpture was secured for the Jewish Mu-
    P y Mr. and Mrs. Albert A. List.
    >ti Moshe Seeks Injunction Against
    itarday Election Scheduled in H Miami
    v.ii-inil7. spirit
    ol Beth Moshe Cani i
    , urn. late 'l h
    I he Jew ish I- Ion Hm '!);!
    , ation .- instituting suit
    hr i it) > I North Miami
    I .Mm. c IUIM ilmanie l
    Saturda)
    | M.ircovit/ said that Keth
    behlfl joined m Ihe Milt
    ireatef Miami Hahbinical
    "ii and the American Jew-
    ess
    \-' Reggia Yanlett, wif of
    -nric*n Jewish Conoress
    ctH.ve director, will bo plein-
    Itl ihe action. Tobias Simon,
    lam attorney ar%d iHomay for
    ! orida Civil Liberties KJn-
    il handling the suit, Rabbi
    it (i It] said.
    onl) syiMMJoajne in North
    teems to ua t" be our n>le
    gel .hi injunction," Kai>l>i
    de i.iivI, adding th.it
    i lection be held on
    I aa scheduled, then Sabbath-
    : i in J< ara ill automatic
    be disenfrnm hiaed
    The election, originally scheduled
    for Tuesday, was postponed da;
    day b) the North Miami Cit) Coun-
    cil despite tin- adaioe ol Mayor El-
    ton .1 (iissendanner to reschedule
    it tor next Tuf Postponement cam* as a con-
    sequence of Hurricane Betsy.
    "Two hasic American freedoms
    are involved here." RabM Marco-
    viM said, the riidit to vote and
    the unhindered practice of one's
    reitgton BAoaUSe the I'ity Council
    has arbitrarily decided to Ignore
    Mayor Glsecndantter'9 advice and to
    schedule the election on Saturday,
    then' will be an Obt least conflict be*
    1 the practice Of one will mean the
    violation ol the other."
    Hebraists i i Greater Miami will
    er at the offices of the Bureau
    ol Jewish E lucation, 940 Lincoln
    Road Mall, for memorial services
    lor HaiT) Handler, noted Jewish
    educator Services will be held on
    Wednesday, Sept. IS, at x p.m.
    Handler was horn in Russia, edu-
    cated at the famous Slobodka Ye-
    Shiva and ordained ;i, a rabhi be-
    lore coming to America in 1901. He
    established his reputation as prin-
    cipal Of the famous Stone Avenue
    Talmud Torah in Brooklyn, which
    he supervised for 10 yc.n-
    Many of the area test Jewish edu-
    cators of this century were edu-
    cated at the Stone Avenue Talmud
    Torah. including Dr. A/.nei Bisen>
    berg, director of the Jewirb Edvea-
    tion Committee ol New York; Sam-
    uel Dinin, former director of the
    l i tngeles Bureau of Jewish fSdu-
    cation; and Dr Moshe Davis, of
    ' L'nii i! rtt) in Jerusa-
    lem vas Dr Davis < vered
    the eulogy al Handler's funeral.
    Handler was one of ths found-
    ers of the Principals Association
    of Greater New York and was
    once considered the Dean of Jew-
    ish Education ir America. For
    the past ten years. Handler
    nit it \i i:
    F:0'ina
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    (>n the
    ocean at
    m!arui beach
    4
    A new standard of
    elegance on Miami
    llcach. Superbly
    planned and executed
    weddings, luncheons,
    business meetings
    04. ranging from
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    country dull
    setting
    Spaciousness b the
    keynote of your affair
    amidst the plushness of
    the Doral Country Club.
    Weddings, confirmations,
    banquets are enhanced
    by the country club atmoa-J
    phere of this resorMsuic.
    For complete detatli, pleas* colt
    Mr. David Kavac, Director of Food and Beverage)
    Doral Beach Hotel and Country Clubt
    JB 2-3600
    lived in Miami, v here he was a
    leading member of tSe Talmud
    Study Group of Temple Emanu-
    El.
    Handler as survived by his wife,
    Esther; a son, Dr, Archie Handler.
    a daughter, Mrs. Charles Feinman,
    and seven grandchildren,
    Memorial services are sponsored
    by the Moadon. Hebrew-speaking
    Circle, the H< bre* E I M Alli-
    ance, the Hebrew Teachers A-mm
    anon, and the Bureau <>i Jewish t.i-
    iication.
    Committee in charge of arrange-
    ments consists ol Isaiah Adier,
    Harr y Peraiii Kwttney, Joshu
    Stadlan, Shimon Azulay. Louifl Ga-
    llon, and LoDia Schwart/man. exec
    Uttve director ol the Bureau of
    Jewish Education,
    Seagram Sets Up
    Equal Opportunity
    Program Group
    Joseph w. Christian has been ap-
    pointed vice chairman of the Plan
    for Progress Committee of Joseph
    K Seaajmn & Sons. Inc. The pur-
    pOH of the Lironp is to insure im-
    plenicntation of the equal employ-
    ment opportunity policy of Ihe
    firm a ltd its ale divisions
    Tito committee was formed as a
    result of a merlinc between presi-
    dent Lyndon B, Johnson and Edgar
    M. Bronfman, president of Joseph
    E Seagram & Sons, Inc held to
    confirm the support of American
    industry in equal cinployimnt prac-
    WWIe such a policy had been
    ihe lu toiical practice ol Seagram,
    Ihe group was established i" In-
    continued and energetic ac-
    ii'>n upon the goals i i the Pi i
    lent < om-m ittee on Equal Em-
    ortunity,
    Christ i tne market
    staff ol Seagram Distillers Co. in
    H), rising t" national sales sii
    Dbrvisor and assistant director ol
    public relatii
    Chairman <>l I I is important com
    mittee i> .lack Yogman, vice pies
    ident and assistant to the president
    of Joseph K. Seagram & Sons, Inc.
    I his conipan) markets, In the
    I'nited States and throughout the
    free world, such impoitant brands
    as Seamam's V.O., Crown RoyaJ,
    l"( ur Hoses. Canadian Lord Cal-
    vert. 100 Plpen, Martell lirandv
    and a BOSt Of other whiskev v wine-,
    cordials and brandies. ST.
    Rosenberg Heads
    Red Cross Unit
    Bill Rosenberg, of 9" West Ave .
    has accepted the post of Red Cross
    volunteer Motor Corps chairman for
    the Bade County Chapter Boson
    berg, who has driven for Motor
    Corps for many months, was form-
    erly a resident ol New York City,
    where he taught mathematics in
    the public schools,
    Up n in* retirentent, he and Ins
    wife, Charlotte, who had spent va-
    cate decidt l lo make Mi-
    Beach their home Rosenberg
    is a member of the Jewish War
    Veti h Gate M
    Social Club, where he serves aa
    Bikur Cholim
    Slates Luncheon
    l'ukur Cholim "f the Israelite I
    uiii hold Its first luncheon ol
    the new season on Wednesday noon
    in the Soeial Hall at 3196 SW 24th
    Ter
    Serving with Mr> Esther Rich-
    niHn. chairman, are UN Jest Fin-
    kelstein and Mrs Klsie Kisner, co-
    chairmen
    All funds raised are marked for
    the sick and needy, according to
    I Mrs. Mac Homer, president.

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    * your needs in the Kismet,
    Aladdin, Scheherazade and
    Rubaiyat Rooms, be it for a
    ^ wedding or a private party I
    at Ih
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    Catering Director,
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    For Eleganl Functions
    nplele Catanng Faellitlas ">* Special
    ^----- Pait, served in supe-b lashior. setting lna'
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    BANQUETS MEETINGS PARTIES
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    GDeauville
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    : Charips Miller, Executive Food Director


    Page 12-B
    mjmhtifhridKan
    i
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    t
    I
    Yc^Mi^tAik for Medicare
    ., -iti
    Attorney Eugene J. Weiss
    was last week elected as-
    sociate municipal judqe by
    the Miami Beach City Coun-
    cil. Judge Weiss was sworn
    into office by Deputy City
    Clerk George Heinold. Judqe
    Weiss is president of the Mi-
    ami Beach Apartment House
    Association. He is the bro-
    ther of Beach Councilman
    Joseph Malek.
    Sky Lake Will
    Get New Charter
    Gov. Haydon Bums, of Florida,
    has designated newly-appointed
    Justice of the Peace Bernard Ber-
    7iian to present t.he state charter
    to the newly-formed Sky Lake Syn-
    agogue of North Miami Beach.
    Judge Bermao will deliver the
    main address and make the presen-
    tation to Daniel P. Tunick. presi-
    dent of the congregation, nt the
    Friday evening Oneg Shabbat Ser-
    vice this weekend at Unified Hall,
    2300 .\E 171st St.. No, Miami Beach.
    Berman will also present Certifi-
    cates of Award to the following
    charter members of the new con-
    gregation: Daniel P. Tunick. presi-
    dent: Harry Morovitz, vice presi-
    dent; Maurice Rosen, vice presi-
    dent; Raphael Levi. secretary: Al-
    ois I.evine. treasurer; Edward Tu-
    nick. financial secretary; Hyman
    iBioft, Asher Ensjelman. Samuel
    Fiiedlander. David Gelber. Harry
    Kat, Irving Katz. Stanley Kestin.
    Jack Kornfeld, Irving Laufer. Har-
    vey Leifman, Melvin Lewis. Nor-
    man LielHTinan. David Litman
    Rabin Jonah E, Caplan and Can-
    tor Lewis Goodman.
    Services will be conducted by
    Rabbi Caplan and Cantor Good-
    man sky Lake Synagogue Sister-
    hood will 1h' hosts to the congre-
    gation at a reception in honor of
    the charter members following the
    sen ce
    By MARSHALL WISE
    District Manager
    Miami Downtown Office
    The second part <>i the new so-
    cial security medical care plan
    isn't automatic. You have to ask
    lor it The cost is S3 a month. You
    must be 65. if you're drawing so-
    cial security monthly checks, the
    $3 can be held out of your etieck.
    If you're not drawing social secur-
    ity, you'll have to send in $3 every
    month.
    If you're 65 or more this year,
    you have from September 1, 1965
    through March 31. 1966 to sign up
    for this part of tihe medical care
    program If you're drawing social
    security checks, ...ihJacm you'll
    need to sign will come to you
    through the mail. If you're not.
    vou should visit the social security
    office after Sept. 1 to sign up.
    The Medical Insurance Plan
    pays for things that the Hospital
    Plan doesn't pay for. It. too. starts
    July 1. 1966. It covers doctor's
    services in a hospital, your home,
    a clinic, the doctor's office or any-
    where else the doctor treats you.
    It includes surgical dressings
    and splints, easts, rental of med-
    ical equipment such as iron lunus.
    oxygen tents, hospital beds, and
    wheelchairs used in your home,
    prosthetic devices, radium, am-
    bulance service, etc. It also pays
    for diagnostic X-Ray. laboratory
    Stupell Joins
    Atlantis Hotel
    Henry J. Stupell. general man-
    ager of the Shorcham-Norman Ho
    tels for 25 years, since their incep-
    tion, has announced termination of
    Ills sen-ices there.
    Stupell has now accepted the
    P08| (f Bales diretfor of the Atlan
    tls Hotel, on the ocean at 27th St.
    His name has been previously
    linked with other hotels in the
    Greater Miami area in a manager-
    ial capacity.
    . and othe '
    Under the Medical Insui
    Plan, you pay the first K
    your war'. medical eMHT.se>.
    rhen social -
    .,nt of the balance for any year
    vou r covered medical expenses
    exceed $50. Vou make your own
    decision about what doctor >oii
    choose
    If vou have any questions about
    ibis or any part of social secur
    '
    The three Greater M
    offices are al 230 S M am Ave
    xu rtk V" and 1240 Wash
    ington Ave. Miami !'
    The telephone number for the
    Downtown Office is 350*131. Ut
    for the \w 7th Vve Office a 8M-
    Bnd [or the Miami Be**
    Office, il is 53
    Friday, September 10. 1965
    Metro Course
    To be Given
    For Council Here
    i chip "t a sbort e in
    l
    .... Miami n -
    : ( ouncil of .ie:-1 Women, at
    ouncil office, 1311 Biw i
    i Sept 10 and 17 at j M
    The two three hour scmoiis wil
    ! conducted by Mrs Allan I
    . necutive director of the Govern
    menl Research Council
    Ground is broken for new Broadway Theatre
    at 1170 Kane Concourse, Bay Harbor Islands.
    First motion picture theatre to be built in the
    Miami-Miami Beach area in some 20 years,
    the Broadway will cost close to three-quarters
    of a million dollars. Left to right are David
    Abel, contractor; Leonard Solomon, president;
    Phil Revitz, treasurer; son, Ronald; Maurice
    Revitz, secretary; Sol Frankel. executive vice
    president; Bay Harbor Islands Mayor Shop-
    ard Broad; Herb Kaplan, vice president and
    manager; Councilman Cohen; and L. Edward
    Mogel. The Broadway will feature rod
    chair seats. Patrons will be able to set'
    screen without any obstruction by perso:
    front. Art gallery and leges will be on
    upper level, and parking will be for 4
    Opening is expected in December
    AJCong. Radio
    Program Sunday
    Sixth in the series of the Pacem
    in Terris (Peace on Earth I pro-
    grams, sponsored by American
    Jewish Congress, Agenda for Ac-
    tion Program, will be aired on Sun-
    day. 5 p.m., over Station WMIE.
    Discussion on "Requirement- for
    Peace Mutual Interest and Mutual
    Tru.-t" will Ik- presented.
    Participants will be J William
    Fulbnght. chairman. Foreign Re-
    lations Committee. United States
    Senate; Arnold Toynbee. historian;
    and Lord Caradon, Minister of
    State for Foreign Affairs. United
    Kingdom.
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    September 10, 1965
    Jfe*/*f Ik-rktlar.
    Page 13-B
    )ar
    son.
    in honor of their
    Alan Hurewitx
    f, Sept.
    at Beth
    jasogue.
    ot Mr
    Herbert
    1760
    \ v will
    *ar Mi ti-
    ered in his honor to invited guests
    in Beth David's Spector Hall.
    Michael Bernstein
    Miehael Arthur, son of Mr. and
    Mrs. Paul Bernstein, will cele-
    brate his Bar Mitzvah on Satur-
    day, Sept. 11 at Temple Adath
    Yeshunin.
    Michael is an honor student in
    is an I I the eighth grade at John F. Ken-
    rade stu- 1 \MSk I ,l,(lv Junior Huh School lie i-
    Shenan- interested in football and hopes
    Bior High 4|,n Hurewiti '" DP on 'he school team this year.
    [He is in- Mrs. Clara Steigman is his ma-
    in music and plays the ternal grandmother
    French horn and trumpet. Following the service. Mr and
    red Kiddush will be tend- Mrs. Bernstein will give a Kid-


    M
    I -:g this ultra modern store design model ere Norton
    e:- ::.d Ronald Pallot. president and vice president ot Norton
    ipany, who are considering using this architectural
    as an addition and remodeling ol their present mcin
    5re at 5300 NW 27th Ave. The scale model structure meas-
    & 12 feet long, and was built by the B. F. Goodrich Store
    ign and Engineering Department in Akron. O. Norton Tire,
    j a chain of 10 stores horn Homestead to West Palm Beach.
    resently one of the biggest B. F. Goodrich dealers in the
    Ion, Louis Pallot, father of Norton and Ronald, is founder
    chairman of the board.
    Jerry Levy
    Saturday, Sept. 11. at 9 a.m..
    Jerry, son of Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert
    Levy, of 300 Hialeah Dr.. Hialeah,
    will become Bar Mitzvah at Tem-
    ple Tifereth Jacob.
    Jerry is a student at Miami
    Springs Junior High School, where
    he plays saxophone in the band.
    His hobbies include slot car
    racing and coin-collecting.
    Mr. and Mrs. Levy are hosting
    the Oneg Shabbat on Friday night
    and a reception in the Social Hall
    following services on Saturday.
    *
    Robert Reinhard
    Robert Jay, son of Mr, and Mrs.
    Harold Reinhard. ftBi Coral Gate
    Dr., Coral Gables, will become Bar
    Mitzvah on Saturday. Sept. 11. at
    the Hebrew Academy.
    Robert has attended the Acade-
    my since first grade. He is pres-
    ently an honor student in the
    eighth grade at the Academy.
    Robert i< a member of the He
    brew Academy Choir. He will con-
    duct the complete morning ser-
    vice
    A luncheon in his honor will
    take place following the services
    .t the Academy.
    4 *
    Cobv Senick
    Saturday, Sept. ll, O bj
    of Mr .tic' Mi Kent y 11 Senick,
    \. I78th St So. M la mi
    Be a c h I hi B Mitz< i at
    ith grade student
    I Johi
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    'hf Ml!
    I He
    !
    stview Countrj Club
    Mr M m Blink, of Mi
    ell's .i indparents,
    will attend the even!
    *
    Jerome Israel
    on Saturdaj morning, Sept II,
    Jerome Mian Israel, son of Mrs El-
    eanor Cohen, 7819Tatum Waterway
    Dr Miami Beat h. and Mr Donald
    Israel, "i Merritl Island. Fla., will
    be Bar Mitzvah at Te m pie Ner
    T; mid.
    Jerome is a student at Nautilus
    Junior High School and Temple Ner
    Tamid Religious School, Kiddush
    will follow the service.
    A reception will be ten lered in
    Jerome> honor on Saturday eve-
    ning at 24 SW 28th Hd.. Miami.
    JACK GOODMAN
    Abbell Professorship Created
    CHICAGO (JTAi The es
    tablishment of the Maxwell Abbell
    Professorship in Talmud for the
    College Of Jewish Studies v. as an-
    nounced here Mr. Abbell, a Har-
    vard-trained Phi B< a Kappa and
    ;>t one time chairman ol Presidenl
    Eisenhower's' Committee on Go*
    : Policy, was
    ..,. i aders of
    Jew ish i ommunitj i
    rshi) i I unticl .- the
    at ;
    i li erica
    Teachers Will
    Be Introduced
    Jack Goodman, principal of the
    Temple Beth Shirah Hebrew
    Schools, will be introduced at Fri-
    day evening services, 8:15 p.m.,
    this weekend at Beth Shirah, 7500
    SW 120th St.. by Rabbi Morris Skop,
    spiritual leader.
    Also to be introduced are these
    faculty members Marlene Scherer.
    kindergarten; Mrs. Krna Green-
    wald, kindergarten; Darlene Rice
    Weingarten. first grade; Ruth D.
    Glaser. second grade; Sonia Was-
    serlauf. third grade: William El-
    fenbein, fourth grade.
    Paul Klein, fifth grade; Charles
    Neumann, sixth grade; Eli Skop,
    seventh grade; Col. Arthur Conn,
    eighth LTaile: Rabbi Skop. confir-
    mation class; Mrs. Skop. art su-
    pervisor.
    Mr. Goodman is a graduate of
    the University of Miami School of
    Education, and is now completing
    v.ork toward a Doctor of Education
    degree.
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