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

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

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"Jewish Floridian
Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY
re 38 Number 38
Miami. Florida, Friday. September 17. 1965
Two Sections Fnce 2j
}r. Ilerzog
Cives Up Post
In Gr. Britain
LoNdon ijtai The office
British Chief Rabbinate
xil announced in a formal
-ement this week that Dr.
iarov Her/og. of Jerusalem, had
[formed the Council that, for
isoiu of health, he would be un-
to assume the post of British
immonweah* Chief Rabbi. He
named to the post last May.
wac to have assumed his
get in November.
The announcement came as a
bek to British Jewry but affected
tush JawMh organisations re-
ined from any immediate
lment The apartment in which
HersM had planned to hve as
Rabbi, near St. John's Wood
lagogue. had been renovated
prepared for I>r. Herzog be-
the Mich Holy Days. It w a s
icited that it would take be-
n six months and a year for
> nary steps for naming a
Chief Rabbi.
The formal announcement by
Hfred H. Silvf-man, Council
cretary, said that the Council
received "with deep regret"
communication from Dr. Her
o, "intimating that, owing to
(rious deterioration of his
^alth, he is unable on medical
Jvice to undertake the post of
Kief Rabbi of the United He
^w Congregations of the Brit-
Commonwealth of Nations,
which he was appointed last
Continued on Page 7-A
Assurance on Jewish
Issue at Ecumenical
NEW DOUBTS lAISffi fACl 7-4.
M. T44C0V HfftZOG
reeseas ef health
)VEM8ER ELECTION
Major Israel
*arties See
*ough Race
Jerusalem i jta> Israel's
pj'~ p.ir'i. made public this
ek the names of their candi-
|es fi r the November I'arlia
Star) elections and for a cam-
leti which is expected to be one
he most Mtter in Israel's brief
lory
election of candidates was ob-
': 'j geared to hopes of po-
ral strategists of capitalizing on
tattle in the dominant
>ai party T'grtfrfitfl by the
i a new party list headed
former Premier David Ben
ion.
he Mapai list, as expected,
s headed by Premier Levi
ihkol. Knesset Soeaker Kadish
p. Foreign Minister Golda
fir, followed by the other
pai Cabinet Ministers. The
lapai list is being offered at
I alionment ticket with Achdut
Vodah. Premier Eshkol's nego-
Stions for the alignment was one
the issues on which Ben
lirion challenged the Premier's
dershio of Mar>i and of the
?ion, ir creating his Israel
riters List (Rafi.)
hree "new faces" were listed
one the first 36 Mapai places
peli Elfav. Zeev Sharef and Zvi
Continued on Page S A
GREAT ANXIETY'
Jordan Raid
Worries Trio
In Mid-East
PARIS (JTA) Jordan. Leba-
non and Syria have shown ''.-Teat
rnxiety' over the "apparent cer-
tainty" that Israel win respond
miHUriry to any further attacks
Bfjainst its territory by Arab ter-
rorists. Le Monde reported here
this week in a dispatch from
Beirut The three governments f
the Arab state adjacent to Israel
are wi rried, Le Monde reported,
over the implications of Israel's
raid against a Jordanian base in
reprisal for El Fatah raids vmeh
blew up a water pump in an Israeli
settlement near the Jordanian
border
The governments in Beirut, Am-
man and Damascus, now feel,
according to the dispatch that,
in the future, Israel's response
"to Arab terrorist attacks will
consist of direct military action
against the territory of the state
from which the attacks r*
launched."
L Monde reported that the
security forces of Jordan and
Lebanon were seriously worried
also by (be activities of El Fatah
and planned repressive measure!
;. ainst it Syria was reported to
>< the only Arab country which
backs El Fatah, whose members
consist mainly of Palestinian Arab
efrugees, The newspaper reported
the other Arab countries w ere
doing their best to discourage El
Fatah activities which might pro-
voke a serious clash between them
and Israel
ROME (JTA Circles close
to the Vatican said this week that
it was unthinkable" that the
draft declaration on Catholic re-
lations with the Jews, which was
approved at the last .session of the
Ecumenical Council, would be
profoundly modified before its sub-
mission to the next session of the
Council, which opened Tuesday, it
was reported by the Ansa Italian
News Agency.
Conunonting on recent reports
that the Vatican had yielded to
pressure by bishops in Arab coun-
tries, by profoundly altering and
watering down the declaration ex-
onerating the Jews of the charge
of deicide. the Ansa dispatch re-
called that, on more than one oc-
casion. Augustin Cardinal Bea,
president of the Secretariat for
Christian Unity, which is the re-
sponsible Councinar body for the
declaration, had stated that no
substantial changes had been in-
troduced into the text
The Vatican circles cited by
the news agency reported, bow-
ever, that among the amend-
ments which the Secretariat
would submit to the Courciliar
Fathers, would be one to substi-
tute another word or phrase for
the term "deicide" which was
used in the version of the declara-
tion overwhelmingly approved
at last year's session of the
Council.
This substitution, according to
the news agency's sources, would
not modify or distort the meaning
of the original version. The
agency noted that some bishops
were determined to retain the
terminology previously approved
and that, therefore, any decision
on this textual change would have
to be by vote of the CounciL
The Secretariat decided to sub-
mit this change to the Council in
deference to suggestions made by
some of the bishops who supported
the declaration at the last session
with reservations attached to their
votes Another reason for t h e
Continued on Page 3-A
Right Wing Youth
Quit on Fascist Service
NEWARK. N.J. i JTA I The
Jewish News of Newark reported
this week that Young Americana
for Freedom has dropped plans to
participate in a memorial service
on September 19 for three Rus-
sian prisoners of-war who com-
mitted suicide in the United
St.ites rather than he returned
to the Soviet Union for trial as
W criminals.
John Kirwan. acting New Jersey
chairman of the YAF. and John
LaMothe. YAF regional repre-
rentatrve in Philadelphia, told the
English-Jewish weekly that the
organization had been asked by a
Ru-asian exile PTOUP to take in the
memorial service
The three Russians killed
themselves in a P. G. W. stock-
ade at Fort Dix, N. J., in 194S.
The memorial service is sched-
uled for Finn's Point National
Cemetery in Fort Mott State
Park in New Jersey. Plans are
being made for participation of
"American youth and patriotic
organizations and representatives
of peoples erslaved by Com-
munism," according to an an-
nouncement.
The three Russians volunteered
for service with the German
Army and were captured while
lighting against American tn ops
in France. They were troops of
Gussian Gen Audrey VTasov, who
defected to the Germans in t h e
war. and recruited an army which
committed atrocities against Jews
and members of anti-Nazi resis-
tance movements. The V S Army
agreed to hand them over to
Soviet authorities.
The two YAF officials said that
the YAF agreed to join in t h e
service without knowing that the
three were "Axis soldiers, much
less that they had been captured
by American forces on the West-
ern front in World War II." They
added that when YAF learned
these facts, it officially withdrew
from the plans.
The YAK is generally considered
to be mainly young Republicans to
Continued on Page 2-A
GOVERNMENT POSHIOW
Goldberg
Says He's Not
Bra in wash ed
UNITED NATIONS (JTA
Asserting that he has not brain-
washed" himself from his known
status as a Zionist, Ambassador
Arthur .1 Goldberg, chairman of
the United Nation's delegation to
the United Nations, asserted here
this week that, a- Washington's
representative, he will concern
himself more, on Arab-Israel is-
sues, with lii> Government's po-
sition rather than with his >wn
"private'' views
The question arose at a lunch-
eon in his honor by the I nited
Nations Correspondents Associa-
tion, where, among other subjects,
he was asked: "You have been
characterized as a Zionisl I- :t
. (-curate" How would this affect
your work here at th United Na-
tions?
"I have not brainwashed my-
self," he replied. "At the Unit-
ed Nations, my views on the
Arab-Israel question wilt be rhe
Continued on Page 10-A
PKOI. mBRAhAM HISCHIL
to be main srreker
gj SAME DAY AS NATIONAL ETERNAL LIGHT VIGIL PAGf M
Rally for Soviet Jewry Set on Sunday
One of the largest rallies in the
history of South Florida Jewry
will protest the plight of Soviet
.hws Sunday night at the Miami
Beach Auditorium, with an over-
flow attendance of 3.500 persons
predicted bv officials of the spon-
soring South Florida Conference
on Soviet Jewry.
Throughout the week, offlet of
the sponsoring Jewish organ na-
tions were busy distributing free
tickets to the mass meeting Rabbi
Leon Kronish. president of t h e
South Florida Conference, empha-
sized that there will be no soiici-
t.';on of funds in any form at the
rally.
Petitions will be circulated at
the rallv which will follow by
hours the start of hte Eternal
Light Vigil for Soviet Jewry in
Washington, D. C.
Climax of the meeting will he
the presentation of resolutions, to
be introduced by Dr. Irving
I-ehrman. vice president of t h e
Greater Miami Jewish Federation.
The resolutions are expected to
outline an action program calling
for increased pressure on Soviet
representatives and officials to
increase the religious and cultural
freedom of Russian Jews.
Prof Abraham Joshua Heschel.
Of New York, one of the foremost
Jewish educators in the nation, is
flying in Sunday to deliver t h e
I rincipal address a" the Sunday
rally. He has played a major role
Continued on Page ft-A


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"errple Menorah
fill Mark 16th
anniversary
ii-,. Near 57?<5 "ill mark the
I eraarj ol the founding
Menorah, To celebrate
,. Temple Menorah will
, -Temple Sweet Sixteen
Ocl 3, Leonard Rosen,
Biesidi rrt, announeed.
ii was durtne the High Holy
,,. Hebren Yen r 5710,
jhai ;i I roup ol ftwilltea Uvlrfg in
. \ Shore area united to
tether In a local thea-
the) rented for the ROBB
Hashon, services.' Rosen recalled
"Fo 'cwrng the Holy Days,
I they 4: Tried the North Shore
Jewisr. Center and met in back
of -ndry shop, where they
conduced Sabbath services,
sponsced a Hebrew School, and
[even fanged for social events
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ilies tt pether."
\ ears later, ha* ing
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, .. i di r the spiritual guidance
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ng hi- fifteenth year ol
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ipacit) with a membership close
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Religious Facilities in Viet
By DAVID H. WHITE
SAIGON fJTA) The urgent
need for more Jewish religious fa-
cilities for Jewish personnel in
the United states forces in South
Viet Nam has again been pointed
up for this observer, That need
and its urgency are seen BE great
er than ever following a visit by
this correspondent to the SS Mid-
V ay, the huge aircraft carrier of
the Seventh Fleet iii service In
Viet Nam water-. The StOTJ goes
back to la-t Passover,
Of the 3 500 men in the Midway's
i1 implement, 12 Jews sal down t"
Seder on the first night of Pass
zed a- a leader in mam civic ver, The food had been prepared
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oks under the supervision of one
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ph. r, the new and the old in
the grand celebration thai
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prayer hooks Two of the (lew
members, l.t Ronald Lightstone
and Chief Fireman Abec agreed
that regular Friday evening i
\:i,'- should he held on the Mid-
wax after they receive the Jewish
prayer book-.
Asked whether there were only
l? .lews aboard the ship, the an-
swer came quickly: "No .me asks
r man'- religion 11 I
ceme i lear mat others md
swer the call to Sal.hath i
\ ii es ii they chose to do
\i-it tn the Midway again illus-
trates the truism that Jews >
want to perpetuate their Judaism
wherever they are. and the n I
for encouragement to worship ia
their faith.
[fONARD ROSEN
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Jewish National Fund
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Jewish Issue
At Ecumenical
Continued from Page 1-A
substitution, the Vatican, source
-lated. WSS to avoid confusion
and misunderstanding," particu-
larly because of the "different in-
to do thai particular job.
The Catholic chaplain aboard
had arranged for the use of the
officers' mess for the Seder. The
ingredients had been provided by
the National Jewish Welfare
Board. The service was conduct-
ed from an old Haggadah that
had somehow been left, probably
by accident, in the ship's library.
A Negro member of the crew
who knows Hebrew participated
in th Seder.
There is a very busy Jewish
chaplain here in Saigon. Rabbi
Richard Dryer But even he had
not known of the Seder aboard the
Midway. Like all chaplains in this
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well as the proposed declaration men (>n the Midway requested that
on religious freedom, may not be they be furnished with Jewish
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Friday. September 17, 1965
20 Elul 5725
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Eternal Light Vigil
For Jews of Soviet
The national Eternal Light Vig-
il ir. Washington. D.C.. on Sunday
should draw maximum attention to
the plight of the Jews in the Soviet
Union.
As has been the case in a ea-
rietv of auerteons Dertaininq to Sov-
iet life, the Kremlin line is tireless
ly tc say c ::e thing while repeale "
doing another.
Tl-.e anti-Semitic reign of terror iu
the Stalin regime aave way to
some easing but began to cl
agair. after Nikita Khrushchev c
into power
Nevertheless, Russian auth
ties have never given up quc
Communist philosophy
it anti-Semitism is a disease
unique to capitalist life. But :
speak for themselves. Enough evi-
dence has emerged from the Soviet
Union over the years to indicate thai
official government policy is to de-
stroy every vestige of Jewish cultur-
al expression.
In addition. Jews are required
to be identified as Jews on then passports and
other documents; while no other national or
ethnic group must submit to similar treatment.
And, it this were not enough, there is also
proof that Jews have slowly but surely been
relieved from higher posts in government, that
t h e v are finding it increasingly difficult to
achieve a proper proportional representation
of their numbers in colleges and universities
and that, most of all. their synagogues are be-
ing relentlessly closed down one by one for
reasons ranging from bureaucratic excuse to
the kind of outright absurdity suggesting little
if any interest in disguising the motive.
The Eternal Light Vigil on Sunday will
point out these and many more excesses. It will
emphasize the great number of world leaders
in the arts, sciences and politics who have
angrily spoken out against this policy. It will
demand of the Soviet Union that it it doesn't
want its Jews it should, as most of them would
prefer, let them go.
Miami to Protest Prejudice
Miami will hold its own meeting in behalf
of Soviet Jewry on Sunday evening at Miami
Beach Auditorium. A capacity audience is ex-
pected to hear one of the nation's most dis-
tinguished religious leaders Prof. Abraham
Joshua Heschel, of the Jewish Theological
Seminary of America, lead our community in
protest against Soviet anti-Semitisi
Many Greater Miami personalities in civil
government and spiritual lite will offer their
expressions of resentment toward the biqotry
that now threatens some 2,500 100 Jews behind
the Iron Curtain.
A huge turnout should help spur the sig-
nificance of the national Vigil ::-. Washington
earher in the day.
cal office of the National Conference of Chris-
tiana and Jews for many years. As such
played a valuable role in advancing the
of good interreligious and interracial ties.
His passing in Wisconsin last month came
as a shock to all who knew and adrrf.red Rev.
Karl. His untimely death will be mourned by
his many friends and professional co-workers
in the cause of basic American freeddoms and
liberties at the memorial meeting on Sunday
to Rev. Karl
A : xl meeting for the [ate Rev. Max
Karl Sunday afternoon v. s an ex-
pression o: 3: eater Mica : the
passing ot o-.e of our con voted
personal
Re%
The Spirit of Ecumenism
The Ecumenical Council resumed its delib-
erations in Rome this week. Much specula'
attended its opening. Rumors have flown back
and forth across the Atlantic since the closing
of the last session.
Some suggested that the paragraphs n
the Jews and religious liberties will be com-
pletely excised or sufficiently altered as to
make them ineffective or meaningless.
Others have implied that a behind-!
scenes struggle seems to be pitting Pope Paul
against Augustin Cardinal Bea, successo- z:
the spirit of ecumenism launched by
Pope John XXIII. particularly over the ques-
tion of the Jews.
It would be difficult to rsses-; ai
rumors, especially such that
Vatican politics, whether in fact they real-
istic or not.
But sufficient evidence seems to exist I
things have advanced too tar c::
Pope continues to show sui J3
to place some of the fears, particul
ing to the dercide issue, n
anxiety than fact. One can not, of cours-
what will eventually emerge out
erations.
There is nevertheless suffi
pect that some of the ages-old injusl
Jews in the name of religious philosooh-
now about to come to an ortici
the very spirit of this assumption has
the process of creation and fulfilb
the first ecumenical deliberations of I >.
tion.
What selves. :
tinue to rely upon the
morai.
of the ,
lew
the week
... as i see it
LEO MINDLIN
by
mm mi! r J "
GVW'
Friday, September 17. lggj
ISRAEL'S Labor Federation
the Histadrut. holds
during the wee* B2ASL.S.?:
UM polls to choose new off-
cers and directors wai Jlx
years ago Since then th*
monolithic organization'!
leaden have managed to pu.
off regularly-schedui
tions by internal power p,,|.
tics The balloting Mindai
may be a straw in the wind with respect to the national com.
Nov. 3 between the Mapai Party and David Ben-Gurion's private
Israel Workers List.'' the Rafi. I'p until now. Mapai's major
of Strength has lain in Histadrut. better than fifty percent of
membership Mapai controlled What happens on Sunday wil -,
whether Israels major party still controls that sizeable Bun
But the country's -'rowing population also reflects Histadrut']
growing political strength, particularly because Histadrut. touches
fust about even ares oi the country's political, economic, socii
general Wallace fife This means, and it ba>. been so estisaated that
Histadrut's membership toda) i- some one-third larger than
inization List held elections The increase is sui
among Sephardic immigrants and native-born Israelis of ever) ei
on How thej will vote on Sunda) may well tell what
pai and Rail are up against come Nov. 3.
por j| i | ., that Mapai has been losing significant -
ol Histadrut support over the past few years To make up
-..,. part) sought in illiance with Achdut Avodah But
Ministei Levi Eshki to Achdut Avo lah'a demai
reform, one of I>
tions It was pre* iselj oiei I
that 1 uion left Maps I
. 3 election
THt LONG VIIW Of POUT KM RIAUCNMINT
IT WOULD HENCE
e Ministei
ilii ies i a

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I .
. i the I at
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nitioi
ment toward For man)
- i lerman pi B< n I iurton's n
:n June. '.';:!:( rhesc con ences etail so precis-
i the Federal R
: West German) t.ili on Sui lay the same day .is tfistadrut
tion Bei Gurion more than ..: > ither Israeli politician
thing particular!) bitterly amusing in this
Since the two countries are so closely parallel in their
tical experience one ma) well wonder aoout the natu
ierman electoral structure Ever) citizen there, age 2\
39 million men ami women comprising some To perci it
in the Federal Republic, is eligible to vote West B
er. like Washingtonians, but for different reasons, are
from the ballot!
THl MCCHANICS Of THt GIKMAN VOTING STKUCTUKt
tJUEST berliners not vote In leral elections
resentatives in th<- Bundestag are delegated as "advii
the Merlin Chamber it Deputies in n to the parti- -
l in thai lequence ol l
the Four Power sti which still legal!) admii
riin
v 'tal ,< (wo for each of |h -
-' encies in the Candidates must be 29
rhe) are nominated irties in secret ballot and
ted :. four-year term Half tl m one from each
) lirecl v ti that is. by obtaining tl
-' fo i candidates The otlv
.....tional repreaentation In wh
i political partv and not (Or II

ft is noti that every voter is entitled I < tw
te in his constituei i > and
' ':' :i political part) n -, for an indl1
ill give his second vote to another party rhx
' -- the r political | art i
Ucal parties in the I
Bts won bv a politic! I
t wins
the nati na elections the President pi
p to the Bundestag Tl.....n
rt) must receive more l
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SOMl PAKAUH POLITICAL IXKfUlNClS
JHE PRESIDENTIAL OFFICE w-II no-
!'-''- He is chosen for five rears b) Federal Aeser.
The aesembl) consists
ra and ai umber oi n I lives l
those I -nes rhe Presi lent i
nd five-year term HI
"""'" I'-' m oi the Reich
I
,: tual head of I
"'' '''''^ f policy for his
' He ernes v.....i
ben who are then apn
fflce unle '
its lack of confidence in him
Continued on Pg 11-A


Friday. September 17, 1965
* knist fhrlcffrn
Pag? 5-A
Major Israel Parties See Rough Race
should not continue
civil servant.
at r-t-or
Continued from Page l*A
Dinstein, special a fense Minister. Dinstein in ef-
.,;.', replaced Deputy Defense
,.,: Shiman Peres, ho re-
. ned i" >i'pp<>rt of Mr. Ben-
Mapai secretary Reuven
Barkatl is another new name on
-. Mapai li-'
. |i.K1. on the Rafi list went
expected t<> Ben C.urion. Others
". ,.,|,.r -,:< Yizhar Kmilansky.
i ,..,< Matilda Chez. former
iing Minister Jo>ef Almoj>i.
tzhak Navon. former ARricul-
i Minister Moshe Dayan and
.,.,- CWef of Staff Zvi Esur. A
ipokeaoHUi hinted that a re-
lurn to the Premiership by Ben-
f.urion w not a prior condition
.,. Raffs joinii g a future coalition.
A former Chiefs of Staff. Haim
Laskov and Mordecai Maklof,
. .,,! ihe Mapai list The Rafi list
was closed by former Chief of
Staff YaacOV Don Thus five for
.if Staff appear on the
ists.
Israel's three religious groups
National Religious Party, Agudat
Israel and Poale AgodaI Israel
will run separate tickets. Ne-
gotiations for a united religious
'.ont failed after the Council of
Sages advised Agudah Israel
gainst participation in such a
fraud.
Top places on the list of t h e
National Religious Party (Mil-1
raehi-Hapoel Hamirachi. went as
\pected to such key figures as
Health Minister Moshe Shapiro.
Social Welfare Minister Josef
Burg, and Religious Affairs Min-
Beth Am Brunch
Slated Sunday
Joseph Retsmtn. chairman of
I' h i Membership Committee of
|Tcmple Beth An. ha* planned a
tninch for pro-pective members
< n Sundav. at 10 a.m. in the Social
Hall
Rabbi Herbert M Baumgard will
[j..-wer questions, and prospective
"embers will be /*iven an oppor-
tunity to meet officers and board
<' the Temple
They will also be taken on a tour
of the facilities, Including Mm Sanc-
\. Youth Lounge, Library, Mu-
sk Room, Adult Fduoat on Room.
Arts and Crafts Room, and class-
rooms
ister Zorah Warhaf^it. The party
said that Yitzhak Rafael, former
Deputy Health Minister, had not
been placed on the list because he
had been associated with a scandal
in the He.illh Ministry in which a
hifih official was sentenced to
prison for allegedly receiving
kickbacks from contractors Mr
Rafael resigned to clear his name.
Achlut Avodah's list, included
most key leaders in the outpoint
Knesset The list included Israel
C.alili. Con Yiyal Allon. Moshe
Camel, Mordechai Bibi. Ruth
Hektin. Zeev Tsur and Moshe
Erem.
The joint Herut-Liberal list
(Gabal) included Josef Sapbir,
Elimeleh Rimalt, Yosef Serlin,
Mordechai Sterr and Prof. Hans
Klingohffer. The Herut candi-
dates for the joint list included
all party leaders, headed by
Menahem Beigin and Yohanan
Bader. The list did not include
Aryeh Altman, Nashum Levin
and Binyamin Arditi, all mem-
bers of the Fifth Knesset. The
left-wing Mapam, an opposition
party, was the first to complete
Inst allot ion Luncheon Slated
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Supreme Court Justice Moshe
Landau, serving as chairman of
ihe Central Elections Committee,
wa.- jriven unlimited authority by
most Israel political parties to
stop any practices during the
campaign which he considered
unfair or illegal. The parties
signed an agreement empowering
him to act in such situations,
without appeal against any rulings
he might make. They issed a
joint statement pledging to con-
duct a lair campaign lor the No-
vember balloting.
The parties signing the agree-
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don alignment, the joint Herut-
Liberal bloc, the National Relig-
ious Party. Mapam. the indepen-
dent Liberals, former Premier
Ben-Ciurion's new Israel Workers
list, and the Communist parties.
Agudat Israel and Poale Agudat
Israel agreed to sign the pledge
later
Gen. Zvi Tsur, who resigned
s chairman of the United Staes-
Israel Desalination committee
when he jointed Mr. Ber Gurion
decided this week to continue in
that post, after a personal ap-
peal from Premier Levi Eshkol,
Gen. Tsur quit the chairmanship
because he felt that as a can-
didate for political office oppos-
ing Eshkol s Mapai Party, he
Mr Eshkol sent him a message
expressing the view that re-
sicnation was "iH-considerc: and
asking him to remain in the post.
The chairmanship apparent: was
regarded by the Premier as a
borderline ease, making (; Tsur
the head of an internatior. >!-<>-
jeet and. therefore, not strictly an
Israeli civil service office h uder.
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Jewish nkrHftr
Page 7-A
New Doubts About Jewish Schema
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j A seriously ill sailor. Marinus Boom. 21. is hoisted aboard the
S S ihalom in mid-ocean after being transferred from the
Dutch ireighter "Alamak" in one of the Shalom's motor life-
boats recently. The Master of the Shalom was congratulated
] by the U.S. Cocrst Guard for the rescue at sea. The 25,300
lar'osi- ton flaqship of the Zim Lines was bound for New York
Ifrorr. Haifa when it received the medical distress call.
Rabbi Herzog To
Quit British Post
Continued from Pag* 1-A
May 31." Chief Rabbi Israel
jfcroc whom Dr. Heriog was
UcheaiHed to succeed in Novem-
\btr. -(tired last June afttr
isrvi-^ m. the post since 1941.
i -alem. it was reports!
Herxi j's surprise ision to accept 111- |xi-t "t
lunior USY
In Open House
Junior United Synagogue
louth o Temple Adam Yeatuirun
till hod open House for prospec
i iben and new members
k Sum >. 7 p m ;it 1(125 Miami
[anlvn Dr. In charge of infoi-
ii' A n (I re a Schulman.
iip vice president; Bar
lara Morrison, program vice pres
I i David Skup. president
Chief Rabbi was taken after medi-
cal tests in Switzerland confirmed
a medical diagnosis in Jerusalem
that he needed prolonged trial
ments and recuperation trom sur-
gerj
Complicationa developed after an
appendectom). and doctOCB ad-
\iscd the former Israeli envoj to
Canada to avoid the strain of
public life. Dr. Hanog left last
week Cor Switzerland to convalesce,
Then he received similar advice,
leading bun to inform the chief
Rabbinate Council in London tliat
be had decided not to accept the
position.
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by the Vatican press office mis
week of the agenda for the fourth
session of the Kcumenical Coun-
cil raised the possibility that final
action on the draft declaration on
Catholic Jewish relations may not
take place until nearly next \ear.
The agenda is divided into two
parts. The first consists of sche-
mat yet to be discussed including
the controversial declaration on
religious liberty The second part
includes five items which were
thoroughly discussed during the
first three sessions. These, includ-
ing the draft declaration on Jews.
wlH have to be voted on.
Vatican sources said the fact
that the draft on Jews is last on
the- agenda did not necessarily
mean it would be voted last,
since a timetable remains to be
established. But it was indicated
. that the declaration on the Jews
will probably be the final item
when the time table is fixed.
But the press office announce*
ment was in effect an authorita-
tive denial of rumors that the
declaration would not be on the
agenda.
The question of the length of
the session developed when an an
thontative source said that Pope
Paul VI "hoped" that the finai
aessipn would be finished by
Christmas.. That report mat
viewed as raising the possibility
that the fourth session might go
into the first weeks or months of
1966
The press office did not deal
with continuous speculation of
another effort at dilution of the
draft on Jews A diluted version
was rejected, and a strong one ap-
proved at the third session last
year. Since then, high Catholic
sources in man; countries have
given assurances that the strong
draft provisionally approved at
the third session would receive
final acceptance at the last one.
to lie followed bj official promul-
gation by I'ope Paul
The document, which actually
deals with the Catholic Church's
relations with all non-Christian
religions including the Mos-
lem and the Buddhist faiths
rejects the ancient charge that
the Jews of any time, past or
present, were responsible for
the crucifixion of Jesus.
It also condemns anti-Semitism
At the conclusion of the Council's
third session, the fathers ap-
proved thai draft by a ballot of
1,691 against 99, with four a.)
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JeUtncrrttor
Friday. September 17. 1955
Special Service Set at Beth David
~r. Max A L-pschlfc spiritual lecder of
3*-.- Torch C0r.7rec~.-r. rr.d Cantor Jcrc-
B er-z*: 3 = o w n with the congregation s
H-cr. Hoiy Day choir. They will usher in the
n.rh Holy E)ay season w-.th special Selkrhot
ervicM or. ScBBsrdcrv Dd m-dnight Top row
.f=- to right are David Philo. Charles La-
-. crr.be. Herman Hamburg. Joseph Galane
c=d Herbert Bindennan. Shown lefc to right
-cr.om are Cantor Renxer. Mrs. Martin
ErctHBHOL Mrs. Stanley Caidin, Mrs. Sanon
Bail. Miss Carol Mackenzie. Mrs. Joseph
Solomon Mrs. Esther Berlin. Mrs. Jerome
Bmnner and Dr. Lipscfaitz. Not shown is
Mrs. Daniel Abramow-.tz. Preceding the ser-
vice. Dr. Lipechitz will conduct a High Holy
Day Institute at 10 p.m. Mollie Kahaner Sis-
terhood will tender a social preceding the
service. The choir is scheduled to trppeai
Sunday morning on the "Still Small Voice"
over WCKT Ch. 7 at 10 a^n.
'Trunk Man' Gets 13 Years
JERUSALEM JTA Mor
deefesj L'A. central figure in a
trizarre Egyptian kidnap attempt
in F.cjue last year. as found
his week on slx counts of
ssnr. State activities and sentenced
to ;ear* imprisonment The
imp icatioa of the verdict a-
tha* "* had spied for Egypt.
L .' was doped and hidden in a
spec .ally-outfitted trunk by Egyp-
t.a<- agents Just at Egyptian
dip emots were hoisting rtvt
tfvf.k to a Cairo-bound piano.
L. regained consciousness and
becan yetling for help. Police
chiied the diplomats who were
try.re, to floe from Rome airport
anc opened the trunk.
'- kta rafeoe. L>-dc asked to
spiracy to provide state secrets to information Tin intent to aid the
an enemy counrty. and providing enemy.
:,,,,! Congregation wJH
'"':-' rii
. Landau from ll a

. ... m in the
iry
Cantor William W. Lipson.
l -. his been with the congre-
oit.c- for 10 years, and the Beth
David choir conducted by Albert
Svuman. have prepared special
composition* 'or the occasion.
T!.. open with Psalm
145 ...t to m u -1 c bj i omposer
and oonclude it*
losei
Abraham EllsteuVs musical ar
rangemenl of the traditional pray-
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New quarters for Miller. Bacon
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Sanford Bacon is president of
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Florida advertising agency for the
promotion of tourism
Other principals are Milliard
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tradition Michael Heilprin's scholarly
attainments were extraordinary.
Born in Russia in 1428, Heilprin emi-
grated to Hungary and became a fighter
for freedom in the 1S4* revolution. When
the revolution was suppressed, he was
forced to flee and emigrated to the
United State*.
While earning a scant living as a
teacher. Heilprin made the acquaintance
of the editors of Appleton's New Ameri-
can Cycloptdia. Impressed by his learn-
ing, his photographic memory and his
knowledge of 12 languages, they offered
him the job of editor. In addition to writ-
ing many of the leading articles for the
Cyclopedia. Heilprin revised and edited
all historical, geographical and biograph-
ical items, an incredible feat when con-
trasted with the it iffs if editors and -
cialista compiling modern encyclopedi .
Heilprin also became an editor of D
.Vafiwt.Hewaa the author of 7V,, //
ical P,tr\, of the Ancient Hebrews, a
passionate advocate of liberty, he became
an outspoken foe of slavery In this con-
nection, he wrote scholarly articles re-
futing the view that slavery was justified
by the Old Testament.
When, after the pogroms of 1880,
thousands of Russian Jews emigrated!
the scholar became an organizer. Heil-
prin established Jewish agricultural col-
onies in New Jersey as well as in Kansas
Oregon and the Dakota*. Largely through
his efforts the Hebrew Emigrant Societv
came into being.
The outstanding r.on-theological J ,w-
ish scholar ... America in the nineteenth
century, Michael Heilprin died in 1-
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^National Vigil in Capital to Rap Reds
WASH NGTON fJTA) -
Jewish i-'\ and rab
|< bi from more then 100
, munil throughout the cmin
..n Washington next
g ij | tunch ;i week-long Na
il Lihi Vigil for So
^ ',- The program i> ipon-
I | i Vmerican Jewish Con
on i< Jewrj. i onsisting
i n. rial Jewish religious,
an Zionist organizatioi
-. the major portion of
i rj.
The Conitrence was foun.iori in
.; ;m emergency con
itton Washington At that
. Jewish groups planrHnl
! ordinatei action to p r o t e a t
nst t'.< religious and cultural
persecution] imposed upon 3.000.000
Jews in Um Soviet I'nion Jewish
leaden aa here today that the
WasWngfc VigD was the first
public a<"<: demonstration ever
held in Um nation's capital under
the auspices of all of the Jewish
bodies
The Vtcil program will launch
mort nrect involvement of
national Catholic, Protettant, la-
bor, busi<-?s* and other groups
in dealinc with the Soviet Jewish
question. Many community load-
ers are renting to tho Vigil with
Catholic ce Protestant layman or
clergyman 11 i n I 1 r f 1 i t h
teams." Local mayors are ap-
pointing special delegations of
citizens tc demonstrate American
solidarity in support of this
problem.
I'artuij.::.- in the program will
include J^.-nes Roosevelt. I'nited
States Representative on the
I'nited Nations Economic and
So ial Council; the Rev John
Cronin, Oj the National Catholic
Welfare Conference; Bayard Rita-
tin, Vietoi Keuther. Ri.shop John
V\e Bikel; Chaim (irade. Yiddish
writer; M.thael Harrington; and
Rabbi Seymour J. Cohen, of Chi-
committee Of the American Jewish
< ml'erenct
timore, Cleveland, Norfolk and
Newport News, Va., New Haven.
Bridgeport, Westchester a n d
Long Island communities rt
Rabbi Cohen said today: "We chartering buses,
ise to hold this Vigil a week
before the most sacred period in 0n Monda* about ^ tavlted
the Jewish calendar because. dr- representatives from the com-
ing the High Holy Days, Jews n,"""y "'" n,oe, at ,he s l a l e
everywhere experience a heighten- DeP*rtmJ< {<>r Pfcial briefing
. 1 on the Soviet Jewish problr:;-
ed >.-n.e oi spiritual reawakening Delegations will also visit
and continuity The Vigil will be Congressmen and Senators to stress
a sober and responsible ceremonj the need for continued li
reflecting our earnest desire for states government action through
an abatement of cold war tension, diplomatic channels, al the I
and also our determined commit- Nations, and through personal con-
ment to protest the policy of fore- tact with Soviet leaders
eil assimilation of Soviet Jewrv." ____________________
A specially-chartered "V i e i I
Train" will leave from New
York's Pennsylvania Station on
Sunday morning, making stops in
Newark. Trenton, and Philadelphia.
Left to right are James Roosevelt, U.S., Ambassador designate
to the Lconomic and Social Council at the URttledNatirr.s. and
Civil Rights leader Bayard Rustin. They will be among speak-
eis at the National Eternal Light Vigil in Washington. Delega-
tions, of all faiths irom across the country are converging on Jewish organizations have taken
the nation's capital for the four-day vigil starting Sunday. complete railroad cars for their
constituents
Climax of the demonstration, to the Eternal Light will be sent to
be held in LaFayette Park, will' communities throughout the
be a drajtiatic ceremony kindling ">" fr local protest meetings.
the Eternal Light flame by a At the conclusion of the Wash-
young boy and girl from Washing- ington ceremony, a Shofar will
ton, to symbolize the future gen-; sound a "call to conscience."
eration of Jews and the continu- Then the thousands of commun-
ity of Jewish cultural and religious ity representatives will be asked
lite in the USSR The Eternal to proceed in a silent processional
past the Soviet Embassy here.
They will have to walk 500 feet
opposite the Embassy, to com-
ply with Washington demonstra-
tion regulations.
A number of synagogues in
the greater New York area are
traveling down by car pools.
Chicago, Cincinnati, Springfield,
Mass. and Hartford have char-
tered planes. Philadelphia, Bal-
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CANTOR FRED BERNSTEIN
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by an honor guard On Friday.
Sept. 24. a religious ceremony will
conclude the week-long Vigil. Then
Pravda Attacks Anti-Semitism
NKW YORK i.TTAi T h e official organ of the Communist
Communist Party of the Soviet Party of the USSR, which became
I'nion is showing greater sensitiv ivailable in full translation to the
ity to foreign criticism of the Jewjsh Telegraphic Aeency last
,,.,,., 11 1 weekend The editorial specifical-
SSR > policy of denying full cul ,y attributed to Unin an outright
tural and religious freedoms to denunciation of anti-Semitism.
Russia's 3,000,000 Jews than it
.... Near the end of the long editor-
has in decades, American expert- -_ii-j ... ,_ .. j u-
ial. entitled Leninist Friendship
on the situation of Soviet Jewry ,(f peoples." devoted in general
declared here today. They based thr th.me that close ties among
their opinion on a number of re- the "more than 100 nationalities
cent statements condemning anti- an(j peoples" in the USSR are nec-
Semitiam made by high authorities ,-sary for achievement of -the
of the USSR They cited especially ,ioai f building a Communist so-
a front page editorial m Pravda. tlt.t\.'" Pravda Stated:
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High Holidays
Services Conduct.-4 By
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CORDIALLY INVITES YOU TO JOIN ONE OF ITS AFFILIATED
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G^ib^Denics He's Brainwashed
sraeli asthmatic patients at the Jewish National Home for
Asthmatic Children at Denver are taught significance of the
Shotar by the director of religious education. Rabbi Uaim
Davidovich. Avner Lipovsky 12. of Tel Aviv, uses the Shotar
as Mina Asanta 13, of Givotaim, chants scriptural mstruc-
ions. Mrs. Dorothy Ritterman. 932 15th St.. Miami Beach,
s president of the South Florida Council of Presidents of the
NHAC._____________________
RABBI MAXWEll BtRGlK
Great Books
Discussion Group
Fourth Discussion Group of the
cat Books Program was to hold
Initial meeting of the new lea-
ns Thursday, 7:30 p.m.. at the
mi Beach Public- Library,
Selections from Confctahis were
be discussed, with the moating
.ii to the public.
Books are read and discussed in
< pth ever) two weeks under the
Btinuing co-leadership of Dr.
bert Litowitz and Dr. Stanley
truck.
Rabbi Berger
Named Temple
Zamora Leader
Rabbi Maxwell Berger is the
new .spiritual leader of Temple
Zamora at Coral Gables
Ainslee Ferdie. president, an-
nounced Rabbi Berber's appoint
input this week.
Rabbi BeXgej represent- the
fourth generation of rabbis in his
family. Ferdie said
Rabin Berger began his train-
ing in Toronto. He then became a
student at the Hebrew Theological
College and Yavneh Theological
Seminary.
Rabbi Berger has served pul-
pits in Canton, 0., and Pitts-
burgh, Pa. He conducted classes
at State Teachers College in In-
diana, and preached at Wash-
ington and Jefferson College.
He served as chaplain at Mor
gajtta Ri Uuinatory and estab-
lished 8 chapel and regular sei
\ ices at Ohio State Penitentiary.
lie was executive director of the
Tri State Histadrut Committee and
is the author of "Beneath the
Surface."
Rabbi Berger is a regional vice
president of the Florida Associa-
tion of B'nai B'rith Lodges and is
a 32nd degn e Mason,
Continued from Page 1-A
views of my Government. The
question is an irrelevancy. The
real question is: What .s the
United States position? I have
expressed mysolf on many is-
ues in my personal life. I am
still the same man I was before.
The American position is friend-
ship with all countries in the
Middle East to help them work
out their destiny. What I said
privately doas not conflict with
this position of the United
Stares. I have never said any-
thing diWaront in my private
capacity."
Meanwhile the failure of the
United Nations to deal effectively
; with threats to peace was deplored
; in Ottovva this week by David
Hacohen. chairman of the Israeli
Parliament's foreign allaus and
defense committee, in an address
before 650 parliamentarians from
go countries assembled at the
conference of the interparliamen-
i tary I'nion.
Mr. Hacohen. head of the Is-
raeli delegation, and frequetly a
member of his country's delega-
tion to the United Nations General
Assembly, asserted that the UN
lias tailed in its main purpose, un-
der the first article of the UN
Charter, which calls for the main-
tenance of International peace
and security through collective
measure- againsl aggression
,,,. uii that what the Charter
.. ,- ',,] mils i l
. Ltiemen. oi disputes by
peaceful means He PoWrfoJ
ihat mtei prevailing in the four com.
[he earth. >et the* continue un
ked '
He said the UN has proved
,tMlf unable to cope adequately
not only with breaches of the
peace but even with threats of
peace. This impotency has a
corrosive effect on the UN Or-
ganixalion."
According to the Israeli. the
ven lialls constructed for the put
pose ol prompting peace echo with
shameless exposition of the
schemes ol one member stati
attack and dfttTO) another in ill
I violation of the Charter'!
basic tenet-
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PHONE: Wl 7-7528
Membership and Reservations far High Hob/ Days
Still Available in Main Sanctuary
With limited reserve., far W ***,%*+* mead
adult services fe be Mo* M our 5*el cawpef.
Se*c* ary Services Cendectee* By D. MAX A. IIPSCMITZ
om CAM0R JACOB J. RENZIR
Second Services in School Chapel CaadacfedI By
CANTO* BfN II0H KltSCHtHBAVM mmi A I. GWHSO*
RABBI UPSCHIT2 Will PREACH THE SEANWNS AT BOTH SERVICES
!rausr wi^&^zc^^ym
RICHARD SNEIDER. Pru.dent
SLICHOS PENITENTIAL SERVICE THIS SATURDAY
September 18th, at 12 Midnight. The entire community is invited.
4
Young ludca Meeting
Fust moating of Young Judaea
Seniors of Temple Beth Sholom
was to be held on Thursdaj 7:15
p.m., m the Temple Lounge).
When you're in a hurry
to talk to somebody miles away,
dial direct
It's quick.
Easy as calling next door.
Low station-to-station rates.
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HIGH HOLIDAYS
SEUCH0TH:
SEPT. 18th Midnight
R0SH HASH0.V0:
SEPT. 27-28
Y0M K'.PPUR:
OCT 5-6
the World Famous CANTOR
SAMUEL VIG0OA
AND CHOIR
Will CHANT THE IIT0RGT
RABBI TIB0R H. STERN
Will OFFICIATE
THE OFFICE IS OPEN:
0AIIY FROM 9 a.m. to 8:30 p.m.
SUNDAY 9 a.m. te 3:00 p.m.
EVENINGS 6 p.m. to 8:30 p.m.
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Kronish
Vice Pres.
imni Group
, con Kronish. spiritual
Temple B t h Sholom.
rach. has horn elected
re president of the Alum-
Btion of the Hebrew In
Be-.lewish Institute of lie
pertca't Seminary of Re-
ism.
Kronish. I graduate of
College, Ml ordained by
Ige-IlfStitUte in H'42 Ac-
ei.sted iii communal at-
[ is national vice chair man
Bonds for Reform Con-
ns, and chairman of the
li.inu Committee for is-
a national vie* president
American Jewish Con-
ind co-chairman of Israel
jt Committee of Greater
Rabbi Kronish made sev-
rips to Israel on behalf of
ited Jewish Appeal and
sd extensively throughout
a'es for the UJA and Is
tends.
a mi mher of the Nal
-inn on .icu isii Education
i ent r a I Confei encc o
ban llebri u Conj n at on
IN Kronish is a membi r ":
so..iii of Governors >t Hi
I'nion College .lewi-'i Insti
i Religion, which has cam
in Cincinnati. New York.
In eles and Jerusalem. 1m,u i
mcert Slated
iturday Evening
lin.i lien.mil Diamond. lyric SO
In", will he featured artist at
next concert. Saturday. 8 pm.
the Oceanfroni ludJtodum,
|!i S! and Ocean Dr. The con
ru are presented uceklj b> the
|an i Bi ach Recreation Depai t
[nt.
Fi r the < arii d progi am nf
in musical corned}, classics,
Hi ,A folk
I U i
s 111 rid wl ipan
or Stern al the pi
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KABBI LEON KROHISH
Mindlin Will
Address JNF
Next Wednesday
l o Mindlin e> live editor nf
The .'* h Klori I uill be
-u> -t -i eakcr al
Ji ', -!i N
..I Fund I

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lain* Mi ,.u Ho-
tel
n J Ell.
P re s I d nt oJ
thi ocal Coon-
eil. said that
it has become
JNF to i n \ i t .
.-!< aki r al this
a meeting oi tin
come din
season.''
MINDLIN
a tradition of the
Mindlin as guest
lime ot the >ear
With the lli-h llolj I lav
Ell said that "Mr. Mindlin's
column in our community repre-
sents a high point in Jewish tra-
dition."
Program Warii sit > will .
. -... pre -.'
i ac
K.i)
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fuel
THE WEEK... US I SEE II

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bj Wesl B v Brandt altho
omi how imagines
n iindi fined one
e Germans Rrhard's decision rei enl ich
cord with 'in State ol Israel ma) well be o red a h
bility Frhanl. as a consequence, will i rleci
ih David Ben-Gurion in his heyda) it oped to achieve
and which many Israelis find as contemptible as I nans who
"tend shunning the Chancellor on Sunday pre over this issue
*'h let es al least I'm the moment, is thai the political ex
leriences of two countries so wok-nth enmeshed in the ashes ol
sl history an themselves enmeshed in the realities ol present da\
experience.
Sepl 1. U*35
ATTENTION TO THE MIAMI BEACH JEWISH COMMUNITY
To those who live in the vicinity ol I
hkth it a isi sy\.uhm;i'e
Sidney s. Margulies, who u ith our deceasi
Diamond helped to build the Beth Tfilah Synagogue, into *
we devoted our hearl and soul:
1 have been called hack in the present vin.....
Beth Tfilah, in redecorate the S and outsli
mil maki all the necessarj repairs,
The simi has been, Thank Goi i decorated am
illy rVir-CondJtioned and is trulj a "Mokom Kodosh "
l would like to see all the old members return to our
Synagogue, and new Members come and nun me in the Beth
Tfilah and attend the Lilgh lloh Days Services in tlic Beih
Tfilah Synagogue.
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1701 WASHINGTON AVENUE
DR. IRVING LEHRMAN, Rabbi
CONSERVATIVE
ZVI ADLER, Cantor
HIGH HOLY DAY SERVICES
at Miami Beach Auditorium
BUIGIOUS SCHOOL AND MEMBERSHIP INQUIRIES INVITtD
JE 8-2503
Orthodox Rabbis Urge Pressures
NEW YORK (JTA) A dele-
gation of the nine rabbis of the
Rabbinical Council of America
who visited the Soviet Union this
SUBUaer called this week for mi
mediate measures to ease the
plight of Soviet Jewry which,
they declared, ''remains grave and
must he the continuing concern
and responsibility of the entire
free world."
Rperting on their visit and
meeting with Soviet Jewish lead-
ers. Ifablu Israel Miller, president
ol the Orthodox rabbinical yroup.
who headed the delegation said
that the mosl urjent needs includ-
ed the getting aside of new land
for Jewish cemeteries; permis-
sion for parents t,i arrange for re-
ligious instruction of their child-
ren and permission lor .lews to re-
join their families in other coun-
tries
The delegation also called for
the creatiin of a "central Jew-
ish council cr agency to coordi-
nate the activities of synagogue
and rabbinic functions" and for
permission to be granted Soviet
rabbinic le.iders to attond rab-
binical conventions and convo-
cations ir other countriss. The
Rabbinical Council had Invited
Voscow Cliief R.'bbi Yehuda
Leib Levin to attend the organi-
zation's annual convention next
year.
\i '.in : ih I the -lewi-b commun-
itj in Moscow had now been given
niiiss.nn to bake matzotl for
Passover, Rabbi Miller urged that
this might i extended to other
Jewish communities in the Soviet
I'nion. He also called for the c>-
t. i.li-hmi'iit ol Jewish tbeologoical
si minaries in other Soviet cities
'h sides Moscow.
Asserting that there were
us mi the horizon th.it the
governmental authorities of Bus
sia are sensitive to the outpouring
,f criticisms from the Western
I I I aril are rom"\ ing some cm bs
which had been placed upon Jew
- Rabbi Miller -ud
>'.! tO '
. i ni' p] it -t U bell the> are
",, i re i- no political mo-
ind tin se exj res>
1 d:
He noted thai "in sharp i
ices in
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41st Anniversary
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i ich ''' si is th s week celebra
its i1 -! anni\ ersai >
i Miami i
b) Louis Pallol in 1024, has I
ii h ston s from H I to
i Palm Beach and is build
a new s I ore al 8801 Bicayne
Blvd due to open in October.
i rvi numerous
commercial and flee! custom
as well as retail outlets \ newlj
expanded wareho ise adjacent to
the Miami main offices houses a
\ast inventory ol tires for cars
i | fa equipmi ot. |
a model in/ d re'i I -int.
Tormenting Rectal
Itch Stopped
In Minutes
One of the most common afflic-
tions I.- 'itching piles.' It's im I
einbari assing during the daj and
very KgRI a\ al ing al night.
For the tii -t lime -, lene, has
fuiiiid a new healing sub
with the astonishing ability t"
ptly stop the burning
and pain in minutes. And it ac-
tually shrinl hemorrhoids
without surgery.
secret is the new healing
-.uh-taii, e i Bio l tj ne i. d
i i ol a fame i institute.
I'bis substance is now obtainable
in ointment or suppository form
called Preparation II Just ask
tor Preparation II Suppositories
(easy to carry it away from
home) or Preparation 11 Oint-
ment with special applicator.
major cities as Moscow, Lenin-
grad and Kiev, where the wor-
shippers were in their sixties or
older, we were pleasantly sur-
prised to find several hundred
young, middle aged and elderly
people at the daily service in
Thilsi (Tiflis. 1 Wc were impressed
with the vitality of Jewish life in
the Georgian Republic
Rabbi Millar also called for
support of the Eterril Light
Vigil meeting to be held in
Washington on Sunday, Septem-
ber 19, noting that "this is tl>
type of responsible demonstra-
tion which can be effective."
Be/erring to recent ttw
Ihfl structure of the Soviet ecoi
my which introduced many e
meats of capitalism and privi
enterprise, Rabbi Miller expre.-
eii the hope that "these (hail-
v ill also bring doctrinal inno*
timis winch will liberalize the
titude toward religion in gener
and the Jews in particular. It
our hope that the Russian Go^
merit's attitude toward the
ligious education of the yout
will also undergo change, id ti
parents will be permitted to p
vide lor the trail ing nt UK
children in accordance with th,
ancestral belief.- "
Young Israel of Greater Miami
North East 10th Avenue and 171st Street
North Miami Beach
Cordially Invites You to Our
HIGH HOLY DAYS SERVICES
Rabbi Sherwin Stauber, Officiating
Cantor Moses Weiss, Liturgy
AUXILIARY SERVICES WILL BE HELD AT
WASHINGTON FEDERAL AUDITORIUM
699 NE. 167th Street Noith Miami Beach
REGISTRATON NOW OPEN
for Hebrew and Sunday School
Youth Activities Adult Education
MEMBERSHIP INVITED but NOT REQUIRED
r
OFFICE OPEN
FOK SIATW6
9 A M. tc .' f .
EVES. 8:C0 la 10:3"
FOB INFORMATION
"u Wl 5-3586
Greater Miami Hebrew Academy
2400 Pinetree Drive, Miami Beach
js pleased to announce that
HIGH HOLIDAY SERVICES
will take place
in its Air Conditioned Auditorium
RABBI ALEXANDER S. GROSS
and CANTOR SEYMOUR KUTNER
officiating
Seats are Available in the Academy Office
from 9 A.M. to 5 PJVl.
FLAGLER GRANADA JEWISH CENTER
50 N.VV. 51st PLACE
UtUU iSOLY 15.41 SEATS
IN OUR AIR CONDITIONED AUDITORIUM
NOW AVAILABLE
IG WILL BE
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For Fi Information Call HI 4-6547
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tSe/icltot ^Service* to Ojpen a-/tc
Seli.hot. Um penitential prayer aervlce. will be held in Houses d
Worship throughout the Greater Miami rea on Saturdaj it midnight
The tarviee launches the High Hoi) Day season scheduled la hegia wttn
Hashona on the evening of Sunday, Sept Ml


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a. JW offer, Brrtfrutt. bt-fore the pri-H and makes hll
, nitration.
k k.u l have broucht tht tint of the fruit of the
XrS10^i.bJs,,nn;eMDeu,. 26:10,
hich the Urd.**>God gjvew und ^
Ihalt take o. The f.iM c. a ^ c!1(1>,. .,
shalt go unto the place which the Len (ak<> thj>
^TUd -no t M bUS he a.tar of the Lord
,.ou .halt say before the Lard thy Ged: "I have pul .w.j
die r-a'lowed h.n^ out of my house, and also have given them
thoU sh" lirite upon the stones a.l the uords of thts law v,r>
^ti^El geeJIi to treat of the b.ess.ngs and curses with
wlich Mote, chafed the children of Israel, for further empha
S? tie cosenant made m mount Horeb is reaffirmed m Moab
Thi. raceunting a! the Waeklv Pr^ ? J--
tracts and bas^J pa "Tha Gr.phK Ha.H>rY atJfc> Jawtf
H.r.taga" ^.ta*l by P. Wallm.nT.am.r. $15 Publisher
ShCS, and the va.Um. i. av.U.bla at J7 William St Nat.
York 5. NY. Prasidant of tha edaly ditr.bvti9 tha veluma
it Jesaph Schlang
THE RABBI SPEAKS FROM HIS PULPIT
Gotl Wants Is to Make
This World Brighter
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the decree docs not demand that
one must be the instrument
tes in ancient Palestine death.
By RABBI E EISENBERC
Tempi* Beth Sholom
Lake Worth. Fla.
For only
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event, that the oor lean -
ratiaflad, bui be wiahei at l pn
luce the means ti> i ich it '!
satisfied All thai La to te
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smber 17. 1365
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Page 13-A
il Service for Rev. Max Karl
on Miami Beach This Sunday
services for the Rev.
director of the Flor-
al the National Confer-
Iris-
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1 of
[l.-l-t
1 be r a' f^HryVfi^^
It 3
the ji^HLih. *** M .. *
Fun-
m e.
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le tO
Rev
who tfV. KARL
the
r e> capacity for
]." yean, Will include
ew nation il presi
t h < National inference
and by three Greater Miami cler-
gymen.
Dr. Sterling W. Brown, who
movad up to th national presi-
eWncy of th* NCCJ this year
from long tenure as executive
vica president, will fly here Son-
day morning to participate in
tha memorial services.
Dr. Irving Lehrman. rabbi of
Temple Emanu-El: the Rev. Theo-
dore R. Gibson, of Christ Episco-
pal Church: and. Msgr Bryan
Walsh, pastor of sts Peter and
Paul Catholic Church, will repre
seal tN> tm-ee major faiths with
which the Rei Karl worked du
ring his career in building better
human relations
Hii family requested that in lieu
of flowers, lonati i in- sent to
the Max J Karl Memorial Fund,
in care of NCCJ 303 Calumet
Bldg., Miami
Cantor Kahane at Or. woihon in Talk
Temple Menorah
For HoliDays
Temple Menorah announces the
engagement of Cantor Jacob Ka-
hane. who will officiate, together
with Rabbi Mayer Abramowitz. at
services in the main sanctuary
during the High Holy Days.
Cantor Kahane has a rich and
varied background, having served
with a large Conservative congre-
gation in Co-ton He has also
served a number of congregations
in South America
"Spinoza's Conception of God"
will be the topic of a lecture by
Dr. Abraham Wolfson. before the
Spinoza Forum for Adult Educa-
tion on Thursday. 10 am in the
auditorium of Washington Federal,
1234 Washington Ave. Music and
recitations by members of the
audience will precede Dr. Wolf-
son*s talk. Thomas Davidoff is
chairman.
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ii OF SORROW
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expren what word*
cannot!
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1 ; an, Deputy p r 1 m e
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9-jmlsf Ftcrtftor

To- -sh
dad cast,a of tin Jewis,;. ChTpe. art Pi
3e:..iir.g Cohnr.^us G~ wai river r.crr. I: hard
so of tl tor his leode.
, :^nses '-j iv e* are Oat
.
Past Jewish C
Cantor Renzer Af Beth Torah
i i

.eider an'.'
e
' 'rid whose chairman i^ Hy Katz
Cantor Renzer comet from
s'nai Amoona Congregation of
St. Louii, Mo., where he served
or rhe pe*f five years. He pre-
iouvly served in Charleston,
i.C, for 13 years end, for five
years in London, England.
Jantor Bemer and hi. wife have
jr ran, Barbara Uan, Irv-
nd DavkL'
ntor R< < the
nary in !'
H P11ISSS). and studied lit-
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warn guest of the Is-
. Government ^n>l taag al
Hebrev L'ahrersit) of Jeru
He is also featured as cantor
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USY Members Plan Evaluation Session Saturday
\n etabwl program for lend
prghip evaluation was planned
,hls week at a special meeting <>i
:(. loaders of 1'nited Syna
youth, Rabbi Allen Rutchik,
regional director, announced.
The special evaluation session
will take place at Temple Menor-
ah on Saturday niyht under the
sponsorship of the United Syna-
ie, Southeast Region, begin
mi- at 9:30 p.m.. with president
oi the region, Steve Weiniuger. of
B.th reran Congregation, greeting
the yottb leadership.
Mark Bunim. of Temple Emanu
El, and president of the Greater
Miami USY, will greet the Leader-
ship Training Institute partici-
pants and serve aa program chair
man of the evaluation sessions.
Program will include an anal-
ysis of intensive study groups
formed in the summer encamp-
ment for the purpose of studying
the Book of Job. Toby Cavell,
of Beth Torah, and Bruce Sokler,
of Temple Sinai, Hollywood, will
present I program of implement-
Dance to Precede
Selichot Service
Rabbi Herbert M. Baumgard,
leader oj Temple Beth
ill present an original can
ighl Selichot sei vice midnight,
lay.
\ nee f>ir members will pre-
sen ice in the Social Mall
al 9 p m.
S imons, adult social
an, has arranged for a live
;.i refn shmenl s.
ing study groups on the local
levels.
The effect of Israel on the think
ing of the American Jewish teen
ager will b<* discussed by Tommy
Mann, of Temple Sinai. Hollywood,
who has recently returned from a
visit in Israel, where he took part
in the annual I'SY pil^rimmagc
Marlene Krovets, of Temple
Emanu F.I. will be chairman of
the Israel diseiisMon group.
The third study session v ill he
litunl observance, led by Irene Ma-
i lavsky. of temple Beth Sholom.
and Nora Mdman, nf Beth David
Congregation They "ill dtscusa
the meaningful rituals during the
i T.I. cm ampment a n ii discuss
means oi recapturing these in the
local I'SY chapters.
Host chapter, the I'SY of Tem-
ple Mcnorah. will serve refresh-
ments to the teenagers, where
they will be led in singing and
dancing by Mr and Mrs. Joe Yan-
lch. Singing will be under the di-
rection of Judv Schiff, of Beth Da-
vid Congregation.
Rabbi Mayer Abramowiti, of
Temple Menorah, will present a
"D'var Torah" to the teen-agers
and discuss the significance of
the Selichot service, in which
the LTI'ers will participate. Lar-
ry Finkelstein and Ronnie Fried-
man, of Temple Zion, will take
part in leading the midnight
prayers.
"If we. Rabbi Kutchik stated,
"can implement but 50 percent of '
the spirit, program and plans of
the L.T.I, encampment in each
local chapter, we will insure an
outstanding success for the chap- :
ters. Since the youth of today are
the leaders of tomorrow, it is in-
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Section 3
University Women to Meet Oct. 8
mwm '
Meeting to plan the fall activities of the Greater Miami Wom-
an. American Friends of the Hebrew University, are
the Mesdcmes Trudy Hamerschlaq. Anna Brenner
Philip F. Thau, president, and Jacob Katznun.
'Fiddler on the Roof Due
At Or Olom on Saturday
ol Temple or Olom
i playlet b i d on
Fi Idler on the Roof"
- pre Selichot pro
. vening,
include* social hour,
10 p m followed by
and concluding with
services ushering in the
Days. Officiating wlB be
-. muel April, assisted by
, > Feldman.
, ice presidenl ia Mrs.
Emory Green, chairman tor the
evening, Mrs Ralph FlsteJ
Cast includes Harol I Schechter,
Mi, Lawrence K.i; Ian. Dr and
Mrs Herbert Seltman, Mrs AJ Lev-
enson, Seymour Abrams n, Ruth
W-hitmon, Ann Left will. E liot
herker and Roberl King. Musi< al
kc mpanimenl is t>> Shel Ion Kon-
isberg
Mrs. Murray Rosenberg Is presi
dent of Sisterhood
Presiding over the first board
eeting of the i!K>5-0tt season, Mrs.
i'hilip P. Thau, president of the
Greater Miami Women's Division
; the American Friends of the He-
brew University, reported on her
summer spent on the campus of
hi Hebrew University in Jerusa-
lem
Mr and Mrs Thau, who lived in
i student dormitory as partici-
pants in special course i ffen d
m English for she first time this
ear, w are able to attend an un-
usual seminar on finanee attended
1 \ ;i presentatives of the newly de-
vclopini; Afro-Asian countries
Plans for the coming year of ac-
tivity 1 y the women in the Amen
n Friends were announced by
.i aco i> Katzman, program
nairman The membership des-
sert lui* been Bobeduled for Friday,
l c4 8, will be held at the Algiers
Hotel, aoeording to Mrs. Anna
Melr.uk. arrangements chairman.
Ml I. T r u d y Hamerschlag is
man of the Family Endow-
Program, new project con-
ceived by Allan Bronfman, of Can-
. da, for honorary alumni who
sponsor the stud^ of deserving Is
raeli students. Mrs. [rving Seidel,
North Miami Beach chairman, cn-
ed as an endower. and Mrs.
Hamerschlag announced that her
\n bequest to the university will
be set aside for the endowment
pi i ram.
Mrs Edyth Geiger, regional di-
rector of the American Friends, re-
m rted nn recent activity on be-
half of the Ruth and Jack Popick
Miami Humanities Building The
Greater Miami Women's Division
pledged to raise the funds need
rrstruct the downstairs lecture
hall in the building, (lifts toward
this project have already heei: -
i bed by Mi- Oussie Amdur.
Mrs Kate Meidennerg and Mrs
Hamerschlag.
in addition to the Oct. 8 mem-
I. i hip gathering the Greater
Miami Women's Division will hav
a November President's Reception
at the Crystal House, and the Worn
an ol the Year luncheon on Dec.
it;, according t Mrs Anna Bren-
n< r Meyi rs, chairman of the W
an of the Year Award Committee
Statewide activities of the or -
za ion are under the It adership
i I Mrs Samuel Simoi
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by ISABEL GRCVE
i gratefl appreciation
an) wh kept these col-
umn! Ii with new- of their var-
. el- around the globe du
o n i acation abroad .
iliowed me to England,
and Italy, adding consider
abl) ti my holiday pleasures .
II ... n u on a previous trip
Hatched the changing of the
..i Buckingham Palace.
visited the Tower ot London and
talked to the Beefeaters, I spent
less time on conventional sight-
ing and a little more time fol-
lowinj my own bent this time
around .
Personal memorabilia Lon-
don Robert and Khzabeth." mu-
sical version of "Barretts of Wim-
Street;" historic costumes
accessories for fashionable
men and women s h 0 W n against
luxurious settings In the Victoria
and Ubert Museum; adding to my
collection of Lone china cops and
saucers; a rainy day in Portobello
Market where mj most prised
e was a sterling silver
; istei finding that 1 could -itill
be understood ;>> the natives'
In Paris: the heavenly "cafe
I em< et croissant-" on the Con
tnental breakfast at the George
\ enjoying what the French call
flanant." or loafing, but with a
purpose, strolling up the Champs
Elyse* down the Rue de la Paix,
along the Seine an i over its
many bridge-. Mopping to rest
at one of the numerous side
walk cafes; Versailles and -ts
teouloua Hall of Mirrors; the
Louvre and the Venus de Milo,
the Musee de Jeu de Paume
at the comer of the place de la
Qcorde which houses tmpres-
OOial paintings, so familiar to me
m i he copies on my den wall; a
pair ol spectacles made to order
and signed by Pierre Merry; the
inadequec) of my school French;
finding a dozen gold handled
knive- which match forks and
spoons brought to me as a gitt se\
eral years ago. .
A sun filled afternoon revisiting
Roman landmarks in a carriage
with the horse- clip-clop the only
sound breaking U Sunday quiet;
a cappuccino at Cafe Doney on
the Via Veneto; the Borghcse Gar
dens and art Gallery; the elegant
HUtury of the new Hilton Hotel and
the magnificent view of Rome
from Its rooftop restaurant; Tiv-
Oil and Hadrian's Villa; discover-
ing that knowing Italian lyrics to
Come Back to Sorrento" still left
many gaps in my attempts at con-
ver-ation .
Preparatory for the return trip
by jet; finding that neither my
lut-gage nor I VMS overweight; a
customs officer who never for a
moment mistook me for an Inter-
national adventuress who might
be -mu"dinu diamonds into the
United states; HOME.

Allan F, Goodman, civilian ex
eentive :i--istant to the Assistant
Deputy Chief of staff. Headquar-
ters, Marine Corps. Washington.
DC. has lust been elected to
Peru, honorary Senior S< iety at
Northwestern University, where
h will be a senior tins semester
Son of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph
L Goodman, he's also student
representative on the Dssclipin-
ry Committee at the U Visit-
ed here this week to r' ire-- Mi-
ami Beach Lodge. Bnai B'nth.
which his father serves as presi
dent.

Wi-nc- of th 196^6*5 State of
Florida Chess Championship held
recently in Gainesville is David
S Brummer, who thu- week re
reived his cash prize and a mag-
nificent two-foot high trophy in
Coral Gables. The 20-year-old
son of Cantor and Mrs Philip
Brummer mm also winner of the
l <;4 c.."> Coral Cables Chess
Championship and tied for first
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+Jmrtsti ffcr/dfor.
Pag.e 3-:
tth the custom of holding its an-
I for one of the
health agencies, the South Fit
I the B'nai B'rith Youth 0 ticn
dfl 'he Hec:: ,ation of
:i to be the i-
t. A 'otal of SI.474.82 was raised by the
) to further the Heart Association's
round piogram of research, educction,
ommunity service. More than 400 mem-
m 29 chapters of the BBYO solicited
; :n 18 shopping areas throughout Dade
Com : Tag Day project held on
7G. Shown chocking cannisters at I
I the end of the Tag Day
to light' Bob Evans, H
r Heroic! Stcn' Day
rman, Mark Prince, Karen Lefkowitz,
Paulette Marks, Miche'e Lebar, "Tag Day"
co-chaiiman, Judy Mintz, Miss Adeliia Que-
jado, executive director. Heart Association of
Greater Miami, and Frs. Chester "Dena"
Le;ter. 195 Heart Sundav chairman.
Young Israel
To Dedicate
New Building
Young Israel of Greater Miami.
990 NE 171M SI \o Miami
Beach, announces the dedication
<>f the newly-constructed Max and
Rose Cohen School Building will
take place on Sunday Sept. 19. at
10:30 a m.
Designed by architect. Gene
Haylis. and constructed under the
supervision of Irving Eisenstat
and Kmanuel Unijar. the build-
mi; is betiig endowed by Mr. and
Mrs. Max Cohen.
The completely air-conditioned
two-story structure will house the
Religious School of Youi j Israel.
as well a- additional offices and
storage facilities.
Partit r, aim j in the
c< remonies w ill !" i; bbi
r, spiritual leader
. the
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Harry ent of
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ol tl.i- ni fa<
i Israel will bi tter
THiereth Jacob Selichot
On Saturday, 8 30 p m., Sisti -
hood Of Temple 'Iilrreth Jacob
sponsoring a card party Folio*,
ing the gel together, guests w ill a" -
journ to the sanctuary, where '.<
bi Maurice Klein, assisted by lh-
choir, will conduct traditional Se
ichot Services tor the New Yei
5726.
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Guidance Clinic of the Dade County
Department of Health, will part
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with the word SANKA printed in plain block
letters on a plain piece of paper, 21 a"k3',
and then mail to:
SANKA. P.O. BOX 4443
Grand Central Station
New York, N.Y. 10017
S.You may enter as often as you wish, bjt each
entry must be mailed in a separate envelope.
4. All entries must be postmarked not later
than midn'ght Nov. 10, 1965 and iece.;ed
' not later than Nov. 15, 1965.
5.Winner of prize described above will bo
selected by blindfold drawing on Nov. 19,
1965 and will be promptly notified by mail.
Transportation to New York and other ex-
penses not included.
6. The prize award of 2 round trip fares from
New York to Isiael via Pan American Airways
includes stopover privileges in many Euro-
pean countries. Trip is transferable but not
redeemable for cash, and must be redeemed
within one year from date winner is an*
nounced.
. Sweepstakes is open to all residents of the
United States except in Missouri and Wiscon-
sin, and employees of General Foods Cor-
poration, its subsidiaries, its advertising
agencies, the judging staff, and their fam-
ilies.
. Any liability for federal, state, and local taxe
will be the responsibility of the winner,
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with the beauty of
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95-pc. set
129
Marked by grace, the beauty of
Bavarian china from Germany
extends an elegant invitatior
to holiday dining. 95-piece set
in a lavish Baroque shape
includes 12 each dinner, salad,
bread and butter, cup, saucer,
soup and fruit plus sugar with
lid, creamer, small and medium
platters, vegetable, covered
vegetable, gravy, coffeepot with
lid. Gold or platinum band.
Complete your setting with
Gorham's sterling in Chantilly
pattern. 4-pc. place setting, ',12
JM CHINA AND SILVER,
fourth floor, miami
rare tor uour
ftilrer with
h 11 ifi rlif's polinh
2 ounce size
2.98
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your fine sterling,
silverplafe and gold
with Hagerty's Ta'
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cleans, polishes and
helps prevent tarnish
while if restores
the original luste'.
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idov Septnb -.1965
Frida-.
'Jenistfkrlcf/tr
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iOULEVARD
10 TIL 9 3C
( S'OKI ,-.
with the nparkie
of imported stemware
Graceful shapes in beautiful patterns.
hand-blown stemware from Mexico lends
an elegant touch to your holiday
table. Choose the classic simplicity
of American Heritage with gold or
platinum band, tapered Gran Prix or
squared Danse. Each pattern available in
five sizes iced tea. water goblet,
wine, champagne or sherbet and cordial
JM CHINA AND GLASS, fourth floor, miami
ii iih the traditional
flavor of ear met wines
Savor the full-bodied taste of Carmel
wines, imported from Israel Choose
Chateau Richon. Adorn Atic, Concord,
Hock, Sacramental, Rose of Carmel, Cherry
or Blackberry. Sorry, no COD s
with a gift box
of barton rhoeolate*
shofar assortment,
13 ounce box j.l*l
new year assortment,
% > fl k
1 pound box mrmtm*w
A special treat to welcome holiday
guests. Barton's bittersweet and
milk chocolates combine in two
delicious assortments. Boxed for
holiday gift-giving, Sorry, no C.O.D.'s.
JM FINE FOODS, first floor, miami


:age 6-B
JmlstncrkMa*
Friday. September 17
Carol Lynn Blum
Miss Florida
Takes Third Prize
\u>-. Florid;). Carol Lynn IJlum.
thud runner-up to Mia Amer-
n Saturda; night in the an-
baautj pageant in Atlantic
N .1
of Col and Mrs. Mil
i; Blum, of Miami, she gar-
r .1 19,900 in prices. A collose
ir, Mi- Blum plans to return
K Universit; ol Miami next
Carol nn a $1,000 .hnlar'iip
KM fashion award at the
pageant, as well aa a $2,000
holarship when she became
i ird runner-up Saturdy night.
*m
Forte Towers
Women's Club
"Getting i" Know You" Is the
theme for the opening meeting >(
the Forte Towers Woman's So
, iub cm Wednesday. a P m '"
the Coffee Shop.
Plans for the forthcoming -
son will lie present" i mbcr-
ship and guests, including a Thea-
tre Site al the Deauville
11, | 20 i ,, brunch
Shelbournc Hotel en \.>\ 14
CAKOl LYNN BLUM
TO SUCCEED MRS. LEONARD ROSEN
Mrs. Rosenhoisse to be Installed
As Hebrew Academy Women's President
Mrs M. I! Rosenhousc will be
n stalled as the president
the Hebrew Academy Women
he opening meeting of the
oup on Wednesday, 12 30 p.m..
.: the Deauville Hotel. Rabbi Alex-
. id. r s. Gross, principal of the
.Academy, will install Mis Rosen-
use and the new lv elected offi-
cers and directors.
This is the first time that an
Itallation of the Hebrew Aca
any Women has been held in the
i. II at a jreneral meeting.
Outgoing president. Mrs. Leon-
ard Rosen, who served the
'alien tor tWO y. ars, reported
I that "elaborate plans are bcins
made that this installation may be
a most memorable one."
Mrs. Charles Simon, program
Chairman, will introduce Mrs.
j Morion Lieberman. who will pre-
sent a rendition of musical se-
i lections. Mrs. Lieberman has
starred in many of the Academy
musical productions and is known
tor her vocal talent. Mrs Joseph
Shapiro is chairman of the in-
stallation.
Yuban Coffee:
Festive Serving
Rosh Hashona is a happj h
and a good time to offer yout
ilj an
en pleasure bj sen '.
i
eral Fot
\ you might expi cl N
a little more I
but the difl r
than worth the diffi
The taste
roasted a n d blen i illy to
give a flavor that can't be matched
Company w ill ask for a -
and third cup when you serve Yu
ban a ffee, so be sur<
enough for all those coffee-lovers
in the crowd.
Yuban is available in regular and
instant, Trj both and you'll Quick-
ly realize that you can't make or
serve a l>etter cup Oi Coffee, holi-
day time or any time ST
Beth Am Sets
Selichot With I
Cantor Kyrr
. -i
Am. South Miami w
pared bj Dr Hi rb<
I this Saturda:
-. ice, w in. I
hshe i in the Sj
m of Km
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CANKR M/CHAfl KYKR
BB Women See
Service Awards

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ere formulated, and Mrs
lies- showed board mei
"Woman of Valor" rtal
which will be presented to each of
them for service
. n ., ,,
thnut prayerhooi -
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The .....> is I
Selichot. tlv
i [ G

I ions is be
!>fnrm -i
>i Am on u
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om the Bi
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I ...sir., on*
Harry Cohen Auxiliary
. will iw a rej
li..rr\ II I'ohen S I
Harbor Auxiliary on We)
evening al the Town n Jl \ re
port will Ik- in\-en on Um receal
JWV national coavention
MR. FOOD BUYER. ..
"... OF HOTFLS, RESTAURANTS, HOSPITALS,
MEAT MARKETS AND CATERERS
Why not handle STRICTLY KOSHER, EVISC.
POULTIU!
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bravo! bravo! bravisslmo! Italian-stylal
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A tremendous niv.unt of effort has been put in to advance our industry
and to give the kosher butcher something new and better to qive to his
ci-.tomcrs. Now we c m offer that service. Take advantage of it. Contact
o*r dealers Price Them and see the difference.
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feast! Just he;,t...and here's what '
aerve! UaMaa-taiting tender little I
pies filled with tangy cheeae ... 1.. I
With savory tomato sauce, simmered with
mushrooms and cheese, and seusoned to
perfection in the real Italian way.
What a treat to serve...tastier and
easier than the frozen kind. And so much
hriftier, too. Costs only about 15* a serv-
ing. Each can servea two. Buy several can*
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iday. September 17, 1965
* k-nUt fUrlrllnn
Paqe 7-z
Cooking
Corner
Mildred
G.
Bellin
[n,,. vegetable family is a on-
PiiuJ example of the benefits of
prmoiiioiis relationship. Although
Ich one is capable of being com-
t.,e|v independent, the differ-
nt se'-'t-iaWes Ret along so well
hat in all sort* of recipes we
|nd two or more used together.
tach one. sometimes subtly and
ometimes obviousry. adds some
it> own goodness to the others.
el in return takes on some of
;r fine tlavor. The result is a
linon m which Uie whole is much
lore delicious than each of its
Erts We can combine vegetables
I -., 1 a d, a soup, or in meat '
lews, rn>' roasu, or tzimmases.
can prepare those delightful
ends >( several vegetables
Eg lie d medleys. Cas.seroles of
n.m> vegetables can be lieart>
ough t-> serve a* main dnJu.-
Here art' t" line recipe^ wruoh
fcik.' advantage of the vegetable
.. I.lie summer. Of course
. hi vret the niLicdients through
t>ui the year, but at this season
Enain are at the peak of their
, imifl frown goodness. Tin- first
Recipe, a version of a medley
.mi blonds explain, green pep-
Bits, mushrooms, and miiiin with
-.hi. is .. parve delight
fuhun tastes koihI with any roast
or poultry, or with sauteed
oiled li.sh Since it is general-
. well liked, and tastes even bet-
:i reheated, m is a fine se-
for .. companj dinner or
t It also scrms to please
m m hen -i r\e .it ;i simple
meal The medlej t istes
ich but ,. a ji ;u iuil> |ou

The second reii|>v is a heart]
i --. -role exaettenl with a hght
in-n. or H the l)asis of .i
plane Uianhat Ti <>r din-
ii'l o| Irak or lro/en
..nuMi. nrren pepper.
.(.lain, it is very g its uarvt- version, but
mitt nw?
for ii Happy
New Year!
with the addition of the cheese, is
even better.
Florence's Medley
1 medium-larue egyplant (about
1 lb.)
2 tablespoons vegetable oil
1 meuium onion, coarsely diced
1 medium green pepper
1 4-oz. can sliced mushrooms,
well -drained
About W cup tomato sauce
Salt and pepper to taste
Peel the eggplant and cut into
one-inch dice. Place the oil in a
heavy 10-inch frying pan or skillet
over medium low heat. When it is
hot. add the egjrp'ant and onion.
Remove the seeds, stem, and
membranes from the ^reen pep-
l>er and cut it into one inch pieces.
Add to the ecgplant took Tin-
covered, and stir from time to
time, until tihe eggplant is cooked
through, but still retains Ms shape,
add the well-drained mushrooms
and just enough tomato sauce to
moisten the mixture well Simmer
for .i minutes and add salt and
pepper to taste This, medley is es-
pecially goo I when made in ad*
ranee and reheated in the oven
at ::.vi degrees !'.. in an earthen-
,ue casserole. Allow about 30
minutes The recipe serves i t" 5
Corn-Eggplant Casserole
i medium onion, finely diced
1 tablespoon vegetable oil
'a green pepper, finely diced
1 1U lb. eggplant, peeled and
diced
2 cups fresh corn kernels or
1 10-oz. package frozen whole
kernel corn
1 teaspoon oregano
1 teaspoon salt
1 teaspoon pepper
1 egg. well-beaten
'< cup fine, dry breadcrumbs
2 tablespoons grated cheese,
(optional1
Place the oil in a 10-inch frying
pan or skillet over medium heat.
Add the onion and green pepper,
and cook and stir for 5 minutes.
Add the eggplant and cook until
the pieces are cooked through and
soft, about 10 minutes. If fresh
corn is used, cut raw from the cob,
and add with the eggplant. When
frozen corn is used, break up the
block and add after the eggplant
has cooked for 5 minutes. Remove
from the heat and add the ore-
gano. salt and pepper. Blend a lit-
tle of the mixture into the egg,
t.Sen stir into the main part of the
vegetable mixture. Pour into a
greased 8'-j x 2'j inch baking dish
and sprinkle evenly with the
breadcrumbs. Kor a dairy meal
blend the cheese with the bread-
crumbs before they are added.
Omit the cheese for a meat meal.
Bake uncovered at 350 degrees F..
ObOVl 40 minutes, until firm and
nicely browned. This a m ount
serves 5 to r>.
Installation luncheon Staled
Florida Women's Division of the
National Parkinson Foundation
v.ill hold iis installation luncheon
on Saturday, 12:30 p.m., at the
Deauville Hotel Napoleon Boom.
"One generation shall laud thy works to another and shn.
declare thy mighty acts." Sol Z. Abraham, assistant adminis-
trator of the National Jewish Hospital at Denver, reads f'cn
the New Year's service to Yaier Lehrer 8, Israeli-born ycunc
ster who is being treated for asthma at the !rce, non-secta
chest disease center. The 66-year-old hospital and researr!
center has given neaiiv five million days of free care to pc
tients of all faiths. Rosh Hnshona opsns Sept. 26 eve.
t m
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Molly Picon says:
"Reach for
Rokeach
Gef ilte Fish."
It's patented! You'll
taste the difference.
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are endorsed by the QJ)
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Mazola Margarine
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Mazola
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There arc 4 more important reasons
why you should buy new (.sweet)
L nsalted Mazola Margarine.
Il contains 1 10 the sodium of other
sweet unsalted margarino
2 It's the onl> sweet margarine that
contains pure liquid Mazola Corn Oil.
^ It's the only unsalted margarine that
won't horn at normal fi > mg temperature.
,|. You'll find both unsalted and regular.
lightly-salted Macota Margarine in your
grocer's dairj case
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toward the purchase
of 1 lb. unsalted
Mazola Margarine.
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Fr.dav
September 17. 1965
JfHlsti nrrtriitr
Page 9-B
Beth David Syna jogue Instal-
g <\ 1 :in 1an as -pi
leader Sunday muht. At
[Mr reception, which followed the
services. Mrs l.andau greeted
mbers in a black faille crepe
hwo-piece enataMB. The full
Length coat, which covered her
[sheath dress, featured a double-
In, ml slMWl collar of gold and
Uuggage ^atln. and was lined in
|the luggage-colored satin.
Mrs Max Sliver, whose hus-
Irand is pre-.dent of Beth David.
Lriected a black and gold lame
[two piece knit Her overblouse
ll.ad a semicowled neckline, and
[bracelet length sleeves, and she
jmade her black lace hat. Mrs
iGussie Margubee chose a sun-
l flower yellow and white silk
print, with a jade necklace at
the jewel neckline.
A black imported knit was
worn by Mrs. Alex Miller. Black
at;n banded the neckline and
sleeves Mrs. Morris Rabinowitz
I was in a moygashel linen jacket-
Idress of multi-colored tone flow
i rs printed on white. Her daugh-
ter. Janet Sue. wore a lime
I green knit shift with a ruffled
neckline was worn by Un Al
Lev.
|u|RS. tferseM Roscnthals
"" navy blue knit featured
chalk white and red beads appli-
qued on the bodice A red silk
chiffon scarf un tucked in the
V neckline. Mrs. Robert Shcvin
had a white Chelsea collar on
her two-piece black crepe. Mrs.
Fred Sher wore a turquoise silk
suit with a turquoise and white
silk print blouse. Mrs. Jack Top-
pell's eggshell-colored knit had
the bateau neckline and long
raglan sleeves.
Pastel coral was the color of
Mrs. Albert Sussman's two-piece
knit, which featured the popular
softly-cowled neckline Mrs.
Harry Gordon topped her navy
blue silk shantung with a self-
fabric stole. Jet caviar beads
trimmed the neckline and hipline
of Mrs. Norman Frisch's two-
piece black wool knit. Black and
white was the color combination
choice of Mrs. Henry Kamen. A
reverse print in a full-length
coat was worn over the empire
line dress.
'
Don't fiddle around!
When it comes to
gefilte fish
Mothers
knows best.

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Mather's
"l^**~5*&m
Because we ilon't iitkllc around when we male
gefilte fish! We use only the plumpest, juiciest,
* "img fishfresh from fc) Northern lakes. W
add just the right pinch of spices. Then just
like the mothers of old wc slow simmer our
gefilte fish to bring out all its tender, delicate
flavor. Result: Mother's gefilte fish has that
traditional taste and texture that's just like
homemade. So for glorious dining during the
High Holy Davs and for every festive occa-
sionserve Mother's, the fish for compliments.
and don't forgot
Mother's Borscht
Kosher (Q) Pareve
Ttom the spotk*. kitchen* of Mothex'. Food Product*. Inc.. Newsrk 5, N. J.
Mi Frank Rose chose a two-
linen knit in a u d color
with a deep brown trim An om-
broidered flowers on her i
blous Vh id n
ted cottoi
Mrs Philip .-
Her waist length jacket f( at
and
iscot lypi ol neckline.
Her daughter. Judi, wai in a
petal sheer wool suit v. ith a ruf-
fled neckline, < >mbre i mkj
dominated in th o\ er die r
on Mrs Sam Stahl
Muted pink flowers on re the
featun tl cket dn ss
ensembled elected bj Mi Al
Bei r Pink and whlto ii i ibbed
rs Jack E n net's
i hoice li< r A-line dr<
semi-fitted hip-length jacket.
White diagonals criss-crossed the
gold silk sheath
worn b) Mrs Charles Adclman.
blue silk linen was the
ol Mrs Max Bergman, a
el styled jacl el topped her
i which had a hand em
broidered white fl< ral api liqui
. Hong Kong over to on
it the waistline.
rove
Continued from Page 1-B
plaee the year before in the
Stale of Florida Open Chess
Championship .
Young Sheldon Zilbert. Tulane
I'nlverefty W**toraore. ha-s re-
turned to his studies there after
a summer with his parents, the
Leonard Zilberts, of Treasure
Island.
The Sidney Peppers and David
Brauns on a holiday trip to Mex-
ico City where they stopped at
the Maria Isabella Visited the ,
University of Mexico, went to
Taxeo and Cuernavaca, stopped
at Tloluea. took a look at the
Pyramids, attended the Ballet
Folkrorica and a local wedding
for 800 guests Spending the
last part of their vacation relax-
ing and golfing at the Hotel Ix-
tapan.
It was time out from cam
paigning for Irwin G Christie.
running for the Cits of Miami
Commission seat vacated by
Alice Walnwright, during the re-
cent hurricane hereabout* .
While wife Joyce sat out Betsy's
threat with other expectant moth-
ers at Doctors Hospital, he took
charge of their four moppets.
Donna 7. Lisa 6, Bart 4, and Jen-
nifer 22 mos. .
It was a three-part vacation for
attorney s> Robbins and petite
wife Rita this year Jetting
north with sons Randy and Da
vid. they managed to see several
of Broadway's best shows in ad-
dition to the World's Fair .
But on their return to Miami,
found they needed a rest, so they
relaxed in Jamaica Topped
oft the summer by journeying to
South America, making stops at
Caracas, and Venezuela with th'
return made via Curacao, N.A.
Dora Stein Meet Monday Night
Dora Stem Sisterhood of tht
Israelite Center will hold its first
meeting Monday. 8 p.m. in the
Social Hall.
Mrs. Hy Kirsncr and the new-
officers will be presented to the tainment.
lembership.
A skat. "Jewish Festival." will
be presented by the Sisterhood
Players. Mrs. Louis Cohen is
chairman for the evening's enter-
A Good Year to You
-good eating, (oo.
(Not "new"-just better!)
The Most Trusted Name
in Kosher Poultry. .
for Over 30 Years
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Raady to Cook rh, Frcitn Said Caaat to Coal
Distributed by: Norman Mendelsohn, 621 Washington Ave., Miami Beach


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Friday. September 17. 1965
Page 10-B
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ranee 9
Jlel,
man
We
th
e
Women
ROBIRTA
WOMAN OF THE WEEK
Roberta (Mrs. Eugene) Weiss is a product of the Mi-
ami Bech schools. Nautilus. Ida M. Fisher and Miami
Beach Hih School. She can easily be called a "sabra."
Born in Long Island. N. Y her family moved U> Miami
Beach when &he was quite young She excelled in sports,
track, vollev ball, and soft ball, but still was a feminine
irl who grew up to be a lovely young lady. She did mod-
eling for some of the scores on Lincoln Rd.. met her hus-
band. Eugene, when she was still
in hi.2h school, but it wasn't until
two years later that he started to
court her in the old-tashioned
way. and they were married a
year later.
Roberta was the youngest pres-
ident B'nai B'rith Women ever
had. She was president of the Mi-
ami Beach Chapter. As a devoted
daughter. Roberta felt her moth-
ers illness so deeply that she
wanted to do something to help
others, as well as her mother.
She and her husband were ap-
pointed chairmen of the Heart
Forum, and conducted the fii-1
forum which is now held ever)
rear. Roberta was on the Hoard of Directors of the Heart
Forum and coordinated her part of the Beach, aa well as
the iob of fund-raising
After working diligent!) for these organizations, Rob-
erta retired to be a good mother to son Mark, who is now
four years old. R 1 rta ia cul from the cloth that makes
good >*> iticien wife her husband recently was an-
1 ..1 Miami Beach Roberta is pretty, charm-
in politics, and she is always
husband is doing. To ether, they make
team Her athletic inclinations have tut
she takes Mark to the golf course to drive
good for in- size and age in their
the Dresden and Meissen and Sevres that they
have been collecting are prominently displayd.
Roberta says she likes to dine instead of eat. and they
try all "i the new restaurants, but sometimes Bngene.
who loves plain good Hungarian cooking, stays home and
hi- hand at some of his favorite dishes, Roberta
too They have been to Europe, but before
they go back again, Roberta wants to see America first.
preferably the West. While their house ia fine tor enter-
nhig, tl adding a patio to it so that they can ac-
commodi people.
Not cardplayers, they like to sil around after dinner
and discuss their f< politics. Instead of wilt-
ing ui 1 igorous < rns. Bin -
that kind 01 girl
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Berel Wain officiated at t n e
nuptials.
The brides sister. Mrs. Jacque-
line Kaagan. was her only attend-
ant Thev are the daughters of Mr.
and Mrs. Mitchell Braun. 3200
NE 36th St.. Ft. Lauderdale.
i Son of Mr. and Mrs. Albert
Broad. 4330 Nautilus Dr.. the
bridegroom had his uncle.. Shep-
ard Broad, as best man.
peau de soie with train. The lace
For the ceremony, the bride se-
lected a floor-length sheath of
bodice of the gown was trimmed
I with pearls and crystal, and she
I curried an arrangement of white
orchids and roses.
New Mrs. Broad, who has a BS
degree in nursing from the Uni-
versity of Florida, did graduate
work in England and France and
\r a member of Alpha F.psilon Phi
Sorority.
Her husband has a BA degree
from the University of Miami and
an IIP degree from the Univer-
sity of Florida Law School, where
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MRS. NORMAN BROAD
MffS. GEfAlD fRIlDMA*
Miss Pivar Weds Medical Senior
The former Michelle Aileen
Pivar and Gerald Stanlev Fried
he" served a "-" er united m iiamageon
Saturday, Sept U. wtn j"r
Lehrman ofucieting
Irving
Association. He also served as
president of Phi Beta Kappa, and
belongs to Zeta Beta Tau and Phi Doral Country
Kappa Phi. scholastic honorary, of the
Now associated with an Insurance
group in Jacksonville, where the
Nt Mr- KrM'lman. who made
,,., detail in nn ****
.. 0f Coral fi
Bttrnded Sophie Newcaanb
I uUete and graduated, cum lawde
fjj^'tti rite tZ -i, L'niv-rmt, 4 -
couple "ill live at 1564 Arcadia
Dr Broad and his bride are honey-
ng in tlexico City and Aca-
pulco.
reception which followed
Parents f the new
Mr and \lr-
StrV 2<'th St .
Judy Trattner,
Donald Sabin
Are Engaged
The engagement of .1 u d y Lynn
Trattner, daughter of Mrs Sooky
Trattner. of San Francisco. Calif.,
and Marvin Trattner, Ol Sacramen-
to. Calif., to Donald Charles Sabin,
ton of Mr. and Mrs Benjamin Sa
bin. of 841 47th st Miami Beach,
has been announced.
The bride-to-be attended the I'ni
veraU] Ol Colorado and the Cm
verity of California, and. is a
moer of Alpha Epsilon Phi -
it) She is the granddeu
ol Mrs Rose Lehrman o:'.e of the
early settlers of Miami
Her fiai SI '
Lhuversitj and graduated from the
l niveratty of Miami.
The couple plan to be married
oii Ocl -! in San Frai
and v Mrs
Sam Friedman. Ill"' !,;,ii St
The bride's atten
j11. vni
irmly K
els. and Barl
Lisa
[lowei
. to the bi vv;is
Lachman,
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Miami on Ch. 10 I
H i subject, "The Making of
Man." will lx> dedicated to the
theme- of R h Hashona, which
traditionally commemorates the
birth of mankind.
Appearing uh Rabbi Abramo-
witi will be Cantor Jacob Kahane,
of Temple Menorah. assisted
Herbert w einer, chi of
Uie Temple Choral presentation
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*Jelst Thrk/lnr
Page 11-B
, SifTM
r. M*ye
Degree-fi
where he
I
ed in the
rd, tnd is
i TWKKlore
uarria
leachite's
ilTold
tsidnev II Katz,
Gables, now "'
Inouncc the <"
daughter, Sher
, Mayer, son A Mayer, also
led the Univer-
sal affiliated
Tau S.ronty.
hrduated with a
i na UniTcr-
Is :> member of
JM ii Fraternity.
Btol States oast
lentlj associated
i\ MISS SUSAN fALX
Mass Fat* Eyes
Summer Woddsng
, nni
i :- an
ents, Mr and Mrs S lne<
. s A 7 |
live on of Mr
Arthur Falk, ol Hew '
1.1. w
No .,n ek-mfiiiarv edweetii n
major at the University of Miami.
the future bride i- a member ol
Alpha Cpsilon Phi Soroflty and
of Orange Kej Honorary, She i-
president of College Board, and
serves as a University of Miami
hostess and a.- Inter 1 r.itenutv
Council hostess.
Her fiance ha- a degree In bus-
iness administration from the
i nivenity of Miami, and is now
attending its law school He is a
member ol Zeta Beta Tau Frater-
nity.
Dauer, Stelboum
To Trade Vows
FoUov ip.; ,i honeymoon in San
Juan and the Virgin [stands,
new lyweds Mr. and Mrs Rot i t
Alan Dauer will live al Indium
Ti rrace Tov n House lots
Daughter Of Mr and Mr. Martin
SteHmum, MU SW I6tfa Terr., the
i. rni'- Gail riedy Stelboum and
the son of Dr. and Mrs. Maxwell
r 6 HM Montgomery Dr were
in tted in mat rtage on Saturday,
Sept ll.
Th;> late evenia i sty, per-
form I I Herbert Baunv
ird. was held at the Fontaine-
bleea Hotel, where a i fol-
The bri.'al >*n ol white silk
feature i kntf >nch

n and lac i" The I tuffant
. and the bridal
II.)iyi : < V i Mrs.
n and ( irna K
I idy,

Best i I i "
rt rm
id Al Bn
ro ui.- iien
A | I ''' ''
al the Ui
he i- in the
ir is a graduate ol S utbwesl
High and a member of Pbi Beta
i'i
Her bridegroom is a graduate
senior in the University of Miami
School of Business and Manage-
ment, v her.- he was assistant edi-
tor of the -Ihis.' l\I Year-book.
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Tea., and was foll< v< I hi ia
,, nmr al (he Dri-lwi Hotel
The bride attended th I niver
sih of London and was graduate i
n., cum laudc. Phi Beta gap
pa. from Sophie New comb College
In New Orleans. l.a. She was a
member of Sigma Delta Tau Soror-
ity. Klected to A-sets and Morlar
lhxird honor societies, she was
the recipient ol a Teaobtai Fellow-
ship at the University of Teams
Tlie gfoom, a scholar-hip student
at lulane l niversity in New Or
Leans La., waa iradoetad magn.
cum laude. Phi T-eta Kappa, atu
was awarded a Woodrow Wilson
i >i low --hip open giwhiaMon He at-
tended Graduate School al i h e
Universit) of Chici
ah, a motor trip across the
country, the couple "ill live al
, h, in Stockton, i al .
where the I rid ir< om will be on
' SI
Miss Berman
Is Bride Of
Roqer Gandall
Pule R*rmnn became Mrs Rog-
er Gandall on Sunday. Sent. 12. at
th. ii .,' Beach Hotel Dr Irving
Lehrman officiated al the 2 o'clock
. | n t vows
TI i- the (I i" !"" m
I Mrs. E *Hen Bei leer i I
5225 I
Mr and 5 I
dall Vve.
'
the i
The bride
I School and at-
Oh i o State i
r she v as a membi r ol Vlpha
lion Phi Sorority,
The en;om is a graduate ol Mi-
ami Beach High School, and will
graduate from the I i It
Miami with a degree in finance in
January
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i be held on t*hui I i
in the 'i< mple l.oun
U of Fla Students
Are Engaged
To be Married
Dr and Mrs. Israel SloU-ky, of
2185 SW 17th St., announce the en
_.i_ na Kthel. to B;*rry Grosskopf, ion
ol Mr. and Mrs. Israel Groesftoaf,
1035 Pauoaylvania Are
Miss Slotsky graduated fro* Mi
ami Senior High School, where -he
was a Silver Knight nominee and
I member of the National Honor
Society s\-' i- presently attend-
the Univcrsitj of nrrlda,
whre she is president of Orchesi-
Mr Grosskopf waa graduated
from Mi ach High and is
. er-ity Ol
i mber ol
Eta 1 fratern
it\
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Moss. Frawkel
To Live on 3each
Marriage of Florarn a l rankel
and Moray Moss at Tempi" Bel i
sholom on Sunda-s Sept, 12. was
[< ..owed by a reception at i h e
D. ral Countrj Club Rabbi !
Kronish officiated at the 5 p.m.
ceremony
Daughter of Mr and Mrs.
Samuel Krankcl. 1244 Chase Ave.,
the bride chose a gown of silk
peatl de soie and alencon laee The
floor length -heath featured an
empire bodice with square reck
lr.ie a hand encircling fie waist,
and a small bow appHqued with a
floret of lace in front
The lace trimmed skirt was
1 1 rlakl v Ith a dt ce,
a wi le < ip I '
the back I 1
Virs Jei > I '' :i> n '' r
nor
A

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km Phi.
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is a '< Miami Bt
II _'i. Royal Palm, attended the
l niversitj of Flort la, where he
ivaa a member ol Tau Epsilon Phi
Fraternity, and u an alumnus ol
the University of Miami He 1-
tbe son ->f Mrs. yetta Moas, 4-"ii
Alton Kd.
,lcrr> MOM served as beat mar.;
smart Bluniin and Edward BCufson
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Friday, September V. 1965
Miami Youth With Big Driving Voice
Records 'Anytime' for Smashing Promise
A Miami youth has recorded a
song, entitled "Anytime," through
ABCo. which promises to be a
smash success.
He is Terry Gorchov. son of Mr.
and Mrs. Sidney B. Gorchov. of
10951 SW 60th Ave.. Miami. Pro-
fessionally, he sings under the
name of Perry Gordon.
A graduate of Palmetto Sen-
ior High, Perry it a student at
Emory College in Oxford, Ga.
New Technion
Prexy Due Here
Alexander Goldberg, newly-elect-
ed president of Technion. will be
guest of honor at a general mem-
bership meeting of the American
Technion Society early in Novem-
ber, it was announced by Judge
Frederick Barad. president of the
Florida Chapter.
Goldberg, chairman of t h e
Board of Governors at Technion
since 1962, and who recently head-
ed Israel's largest industry.
Chemical and Fertilizers. Ltd., has
succeeded Yaakov Don.
Among the goals projected for
the Florida Chapter will be the
completion of a drive for the
$300,000 Computer Building on
the campus of Technion. Half the
sum necessary has already been
raised.
A number of private meetings
at the homes of friends of Technion
are also projected. Activities of
the chapter will culminate in
February with a major dinner in-
volving the participation of all
the local friends of Technion, as
well as visitors coming from
northern centers.
The Technion office has noted
the largest group of visitors to
the campus this year that has ever
been recorded.
K v e n as a youngster, Perr)
shewed his future promise through
an inexhaustible drive.
It was Perry, for example, who
induced the Miami City Commis-
sion to erect a fishine pier just
south of Dinner Key City Hall, an
enterprise that took him two
years.
Perry and his brother. Mike,
have just returned from a two-
month student tour of IT Euro-
pean countries. They report that
they liked London best, 'particu-
larly the people there, the art and
the tradition."
Perry has also *Wl interest-
ed in radio. At a.-je 16, he be-
came a ham radio operator. But
when he took up a guitar, it was
voice that really swept Perry's
imagination away.
Following his appearance here
as a singer in a number of spots.
Perry cut the "Anytime" record,
in which he is featured soloist.
The outlook? Well, the Beatles of
London count 3.973.074 records
; to their credit. For a boy with
Perry's drive, the goal doesn't
| seem particularly beyond achieve-
i ment.
WOMEN'S DIVISION TO GATHER
365
Technion Brunch Slated Sept. 24
. ... ,., oh .11 Ti
Fir* meeting of the Miami
Beach Chapter :'
American Technion Society. 11 be
a i.nmch on Friday, Sept 24, H >"
a.m. at the Algiers Hotel Guest
speaker will be Judge Frederick
Barad. president of the S O U I n
Florida Men's D i V i S j n '
Technion Mrs Milton Sirkin is
president
Reports will be given by mem-
bership chairman, Mrs Jack
Katzman. and life membership
and lif ><-'<' chairman. M
Trudj Hamerschli
roughl up to datf on I b
,, experiences and research
projects be I cojiducted St
1, ( hnioii
Committee for the day tockMBM
Mrs David IMnve. chairman *
hostesses, Mrs Max Kern. Mw.
Bernard Berkley. Mrs- Harry
Grossman and Mrs Oaotfe ^alen
tine, arrangements.
PfMY G0BCH0V
Cliff Dwellers to Meet
Cliff Dwellers will meet Friday.
8 p.m., for a cocktail party at the
Biscayne Terrace Hotel.
Beauty Group
Renames Pallot
Miami attorney E. Albert Pallot
has been elected chairman of the
Miami Beautification Committee
for the fifth time.
Pallot. who served as chairman
from the committee's founding in
1959 through 1962. again was
elected in 1964.
Chosen as vice chairmen by
committee members at the annual
election last Friday were Vice
MacVicar, third vice chairman;
vice chairman; Tim Sullivan,
second vice chairman; Miss Alice
MacVicar, trird vice chairman;
Mrs. E. A. Evans, fourth vice
ahaJnnen; and Ed Parnell, fifth
vice chairman.
Mrs. Elizabeth Martell. com-
mittee secretary' since its forma-
tion, also was reelected to office.
(Jntom %niamt
ocean at couutiy cluJ
mlami beach__fretting
New Directory
Being Distributed
By Southern Bell
Southern Bell began distribution
of its new record-size telephone
directory last week to 369.000
telephone subscribers in the Great-
er Miami area, with a completion
date set for Sept. 18.
Subscribers receiving the direc-
tories will find a map of Florida
on the front cover of the alphabeti-
cal "white pages" volume. The
MPA advised callers dialing
station-to-station calls into north-
ern Florida, that a new area code.
904. is in use for the area
The 904 code is to be dialed
after the digit 1 and just prior
to the number of the called tele-
phone. If the code is left out,
an operator's voice will come on
the line to ask that the call be
dialed again with the *04 code
included.
Southern Bell, however, will
arrange equipment until 12:01 a.m..
Sunday. Sept. 19. so calls will go
through dialed either with or
without the new area code. After
that date, the 904 code must be
used for the call to be completed.
The new directory has a detailed
map and instruction for Using the
ciide on the information pages
Inside the book.
The new directory, in two
volumes with the second for the
classified "Yellow Pages" has
13.000 more listings than in 1964.
for a total of 308,000 The number
of white pages have increased by
31. to a total of 765. and the clas-
sified section has grown to 968
pages from 946.
Lawrence B. Sheffey. Southern
Bell's new vice president for
South Florida, said the record-
size book and the new Florida
numbering plan area are both
indicative of growth The directory
has grown each year, splitting
into two volumnes in 1963
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1965
-JchM n*r/kM>r
Page 13-B
\tzva
k
n Sidner
Bey morning. Sept 18.
Ai- Bd. son of Mr. and Mrs.
er. will be Bar Mitzvah
felon. 8000 MiUer Rd.
the seventh (trade at
art, music, designing
models. He ptans to
studies in the Hebrew
lejass.
fcrent.s will tender the
Bhis honor following ser-
a reception in their
Kturday evening.
*
ferry Som*rtin
feiervicov on Saturday.
Beasts ferlcth David Synagogue.
Rrin. son of Mr and Mrs
Sen Bfr Somerstein, 70 Shore
tat. will become Bar Mitz-
vah.
I an eighth grade student
in Shcnandoah Junior High and
| has attended Beth David Religious
I School for the past seven years.
Among his hobbies are playing the
' guitar, golfing, swimming and
! bowling.
A catered kiddush will be ten-
dered in his honor at Beth David
Congregation, and a dinner at
Westview Country Club on Sunday
evening.
Barry's grandparent*. Mr. and
Mrs. Fred Somerstein, of Miami
Beach, and Mr. and Mrs. Leon
May, of Birmingham, Ala., will
be ui attendance..,.
Jtllrty Appelbaum
Michael Aikowiti
Barry Somrrstein
Aim UUmtr
f-word GaUtin
Michael Atkowlti
On Saturday morning, Sept, 18.
Michael Steven Askowitz will be
Bar Mitzvah at Temple Judea. Mi-
chael is the son of Dr. and Mrs
Leonard Askowitz, 1420 Ancona.
Coral Gables.
Educator
A tonne
tion direct.
hrew
and
to
He _
man ef
fe is V
principal and educa
ol the community lle-
of Binghamton. N Y .
Israel there has moved
irk Ave Miami Beech
in.- Zionist Council and
where he conducted a study of Is-
rael'* educational SyetOl. He is
also an active member of FarbantT.
chairmui
of the Zionist Youth
In of Binghamton, as
airman of the Regional
Young BrV-i of the Upper New
York 1 Hi Region.
Segal i-
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Education
yeantoMM three '
Gershwin Kniqhts
To be 'Dubbed1
Tin- rank of Knight will In- COI1
ferred on 50 eandidates-in-waiting
i uie George Gershwin Knights
i at the next reg
u)ar i Mondaj 7 30 ; m.. Bt
ommunity Center.
Collins \vi Dr Os* ar R -
lor commander, will
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An eighth grade student at
Ponce Junior High, where he is
on the Honor Roll, the celebrant
has won a bowling award, enjoys
fishing, and collects stamps and
coins.
Michael's great-grandfather is
earning from New York toh"fp
him celebrate his Bar Mitzvah.
Dr. and Mrs. Askowitz will host
the Kiddush in Michael's honor.
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Edward Goldfin
Edward Robin, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Allen Goklfin. 1405 SW 85th
Ave., will celebrate his Bar Mitz- i
van on Saturday morning. Sept. 18.
at Temple Or Olom.
An eighth grade student at West
Miami Junior High. Kdward en-
joys sports.
Kiddush will Ik- held in the cele
brant's honor following services
and a reception Saturday evening
at the Deau>iHe Hotel.
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Jeffrey Appelbaum
Bar Mitzvah of Jeffrey Appel-
baum will be observed on Satur-
daj morning pi 18, at Temple
. Shirah The celebrant is the
: Mi and Mrs Aaron Appel-
-u 5th '': So Mi
An eighth grade si I...... Pot i
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be honored at a Kiddush following
. n n nj id an evening re-
ception to be held at Michel's Res-
taurant.
Grandparents. Harry Hobermaa,
Miami Beach, and Mr. and Mrs.
Jaek Appelbaum, Brooklyn, N.Y.,
will be here for the occasion.

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... a blur of bicycles, flashing feet,
busy hands and occasionally
missing teeth. And eyes often intent
on the enjoyment of being young.
Watch out for them!
Schooldays mean more bicycles,
more pedestrians than ever before.
Drive carefully, as though
every youngster were yours!
Isn't tomorrow worth a few extra
minutes of driving time today i
F L 0 I I D A
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COMPANY
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MEET PERFECTIONIST*
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They an untqustltd In their profession.
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meeting or a social luncheon. They will
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expertly prepared In the diLido's newty
decorated Cotillion Room. They'll arrange lor
whatever space you require. Cell
Mr. Tslchner et JEtferson 8-0811 for the
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HAZEL ALLISON
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JE 1-6061
Ith SI. A Collins Avea
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magnificent atmosphere are
combined to make any size func-
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to the big wedding of the season
a brilliant success! Every de-
tail is faultlessly attended to by
the experienced and dedicated
staff.
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make the big difference
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IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 6779a C
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NOTICE TO CREDITOR*
All Creditors and All Persona Hav-
Claims or Demand* akuIiim Bald
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N o art h.-n-by notified and re>
qu i>.i to presets any eialmi and de-
mands "hi. ii yes nasi have against
ii.....stateaof HYRVIA C nRANOHR,
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County, and (lie the same In duplicate
and u erovldell in Se.-ttnn 7M.1S,
I'l.....In Statute*, in their office* In
the Count}' Courthouse in Hade Coun-
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from the time of the first publication
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LEGAL NOTICE
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NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE
APPLICATION FOR DSTRIBUTION
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N THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 68207-C
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IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
IN CHANCERY
No 6r>C S24
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NOTICE OF APPLICATION
FOR TAX DEED
Chapter 20722 Acts of 194-
File AA 22044
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NOTICE UNDER
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NOTICE I.- HBREBI HIVES
d uii.k 1 -1 d, ." -iiniv 10 mcae* '"
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1 VrH'RiV: BAR al t* u "'
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NOTICE OF INTENTION TO
APPLY FOR CHANGE OF NAME
CHANCERY No. 65C 9143
T.. R'l 1 It May 1 'onci 1 n
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KOS MAYER, bj ami Ihrouxh lor
r'ltl ii \Yi:i; and I'l'.AN-
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1 N 11 I II II I .11 III
. Miami. I 'a.I. v..mils Florida,
Inn mix to uppl> !. the 11 1 nrable
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AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA in PROBATE
No. 68028-C
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NOTICE TO CREDITORS
1 'n-.lr 1 \; ]. ,,.,.. Hav-
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are harebs notified end re*
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STAN I.I :v .' MYl.lltS
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IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
FOR OAOE COUNTY. FLORIOA
IN CHANCERY
No. 66C 9690
|;|;Sl- I'l I'K.Z CAIU'IA,
Plalatlff,
BI^NCA U R>RA BAD** Be PMBsl
'notice'by publication
[>< I'.I.AMS Al rORA BAl'IA
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TOU IRE HEBBBT BOtHled that
1 ,,.,.,::' let iiiK-rr.- bee been
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Uier to th. Complaint oe ih- Plaln-
, at .......s. i.KSTK.l RfSCIERH,
Miami. 11." l.la and HI.- the ... xi ''
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FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY CIVKN
hi indi ralKii. d, dealrl
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IN THF CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
1ITH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
IN CHANCERY
NO. 65C 147
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NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
TO: RAIX ROUVNIas IMUTnl
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Havana, vi'i'.A
Yi'C ark HKRBBY notified Htal
I Complaint f'n Animlmeiii of Mai-
. baa been filed naaini you. and
you nr.- In-r.-l'V rii|iilr.-il to Murv.
.....s of s...ir answer to the Complaint
',,- 1'ininiiff- attorney, LEHTER
1:1.. ;i:ks whose address Is ...... S w
Itili Street, Miami. Florida :'--l '-. and
fil.- Hi.- micinal of ihe ln-ss.i in
,fflcc of Hi. Clerk of the '"I.
,.,1 Circuit hi ami Cot 1 Ada
County. Florida, on or nafere the
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satn, ii ih- i'..n-|.l nm iii be taken
II. ..llfes-.-.l In you.
IA'l'l-:i> 1 Ida ;'th day of Aimii-i
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Clerk of the Cir. ult Court
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IN THE COUNTY JUDGE S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 68113-A
IN RR '.-
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1 ... a.-. NOTICE TO CREDITORS
Tb All 1T..1. al I t'eraonr Has -
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Batata
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manda which you may havi malnst
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FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
IN CHANCERY
No. 66C 9572
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NOTICE TO DEFEND
TO: .IKAN VKBSuN
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Pontiac, Mlchliraii
Yni JEAN VBRNON are hereby
notified lhat JACK JAYSON has
broUBht a < 'niiipbiint a-ilnst s-'U I"
lureclove that certain mortseire re-
ronled In Official Records Book IMS,
at Page 47. ol the IrubHs 1-......1- "<
lkid.- Counts, Florida, encuoiberlna
th.. i.llniiliui deeeribed veal property,
sltnata in ixuii County, Florida. to
l...t 10. in Block 1. of STl'AKTS
Sl'RPIVIBION, according 10 Hn-
Plat lhteof, ri.nrd.,1 in Plat Book
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smber 17. 1365 Jmttii 11-rrHinr Page 13-A il Service for Rev. Max Karl on Miami Beach This Sunday services for the Rev. director of the Floral the National ConferIris%  Wl 1 of [l.-l-t 1 be r a f^HryVfi^^ It 3 the JI^HLIH. **• %  M .. Funm e. a de a m i A %  1 rr ^K 1 -Bj^P le tO Rev who t fV. KARL the r e> capacity for ]." yean, Will include ew nation il presi %  t h < National inference and by three Greater Miami clergymen. Dr. Sterling W. Brown, who movad up to th national presieWncy of th* NCCJ this year from long tenure as executive vica president, will fly here Sonday morning to participate in tha memorial services. Dr. Irving Lehrman. rabbi of Temple Emanu -El: the Rev. Theodore R. Gibson, of Christ Episcopal Church: and. Msgr Bryan Walsh, pastor of sts Peter and Paul Catholic Church, will repre seal tN> tm-ee major faiths with which the Rei Karl worked du ring his career in building better human relations Hii family requested that in lieu of flowers, lonati i insent to the Max J Karl Memorial Fund, in care of NCCJ 303 Calumet Bldg., Miami Cantor Kahane at Or. woihon in Talk Temple Menorah For HoliDays Temple Menorah announces the engagement of Cantor Jacob Kahane. who will officiate, together with Rabbi Mayer Abramowitz. at services in the main sanctuary during the High Holy Days. Cantor Kahane has a rich and varied background, having served with a large Conservative congregation in Co-ton He has also served a number of congregations in South America "Spinoza's Conception of God" will be the topic of a lecture by Dr. Abraham Wolfson. before the Spinoza Forum for Adult Education on Thursday. 10 am in the auditorium of Washington Federal, 1234 Washington Ave. Music and recitations by members of the audience will precede Dr. Wolfson*s talk. Thomas Davidoff is chairman. s'; IN TIMES ii OF SORROW ,'~' J L expren what word* cannot! HI SFsn SVMI'XTHY •LOWER! A.Ni.WttRl llxoticGarkis MIAMI 6354516 MIAMI BEACH 5323361 CCRAl GABIES 665 $423 101LYW00D %  945-7051 FT. UUDJRDAU HI 1-7398 Pythians Plan Fund-Raiser Here On Sept. 29 Heart Ass %  iter Miami i" ,.:' %  • 1 % %  • : py*| • -. •i ; %  V. %  •%. %  A la [h •• si • % %  ; ents 1 Zim%  On hi stra %  • I pro ided by a • 11 the Trust Funds %  : the Recording Inlust net obtained in coopeiation withLocaJ B55Miami, American Federation ol CANTOR JACOB KAHANf. Radio Station Has Jewish Programs on Sunday, Sepl '.'' at Station WMIE at "I i> 111 American Jewish Congress will continue its "Agenda tction" series with a presention of the Pacem in TVrris Peace on Earth discussion 1 ; an, Deputy p r 1 m e Minister of Israel, \r .-• Toynbee, tnai : 1 Ire n d I • -il. Vlimsl Foreign AfI ]: %  < %  ] I -I and Mul ents Fi r -I ": t this tact ; Y nich J CANTOR-TEACHER % Seeks position Miami or vicinity. 4 Experienced, qualified, licensed It t r-f"ncs. Full or oart time. Also > available weekends only to conduct \ Services and Sunday School. 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: age 6-B JmlstncrkMa* Friday. September 17 Carol Lynn Blum Miss Florida Takes Third Prize \u>-. Florid;). Carol Lynn IJlum. thud runner-up to Mia Amern Saturda; night in the anbaautj pageant in Atlantic N .1 of Col and Mrs. Mil i; Blum, of Miami, she garr .1 19,900 in prices. A collose ir, MiBlum plans to return K Universit; ol Miami next Carol nn a $1,000 .hnlar'iip KM fashion award at the %  pageant, as well aa a $2,000 • holarship when she became i ird runner-up Saturdy night. *m Forte Towers Women's Club "Getting i" Know You" Is the theme for the opening meeting %  >( the Forte Towers Woman's So iub cm Wednesday. a P m '" the Coffee Shop. Plans for the forthcoming son will lie present" i mbcrship and guests, including a Theatre Site al the Deauville 11, | 20 • i ,, brunch Shelbournc Hotel en \.>\ 14 CAKOl LYNN BLUM TO SUCCEED MRS. LEONARD ROSEN Mrs. Rosenhoisse to be Installed As Hebrew Academy Women's President Mrs M. I! Rosenhousc will be n stalled as the president the Hebrew Academy Women he opening meeting of the oup on Wednesday, 12 30 p.m.. .:• the Deauville Hotel. Rabbi Alex. id. r s. Gross, principal of the .Academy, will install Mis Rosen%  use and the new lv elected officers and directors. This is the first time that an Itallation of the Hebrew Aca any Women has been held in the i. II at a jreneral meeting. Outgoing president. Mrs. Leonard Rosen, who served the 'alien tor tWO y. ars, reported I that "elaborate plans are bcins made that this installation may be a most memorable one." Mrs. Charles Simon, program Chairman, will introduce Mrs. j Morion Lieberman. who will present a rendition of musical sei lections. Mrs. Lieberman has starred in many of the Academy musical productions and is known tor her vocal talent. Mrs Joseph Shapiro is chairman of the installation. Yuban Coffee: Festive Serving Rosh Hashona is a happj h and a good time to offer yout ilj an en pleasure bj sen %  '. i eral Fot \ you might expi cl N a little more I but the difl r than worth the diffi The taste roasted a n d blen i illy to give a flavor that can't be matched Company w ill ask for a and third cup when you serve Yu ban a ffee, so be sur< enough for all those coffee-lovers in the crowd. Yuban is available in regular and instant, Trj both and you'll Quickly realize that you can't make or serve a l>etter cup Oi Coffee, holiday time or any time — ST Beth Am Sets Selichot With I Cantor Kyrr -i Am. South Miami w pared bj Dr Hi rb< I this Saturda: • -. ice, w in. I hshe i in the Sj m of Km •'• CANKR M/CHAfl KYKR BB Women See Service Awards %  i \.. %  ere formulated, and Mrs liesshowed board mei "Woman of Valor" rtal which will be presented to each of them for service n ., ,, %  thnut prayerhooi i • >', || The > •• •• is I Selichot. tlv i [ G • I ions is be !>fnrm -i >i Am on u 11 • \iY< rk %  -e in N%  > om the Bi I ...sir., on* Harry Cohen Auxiliary %  will iw a rej li..rr\ II I'ohen S I Harbor Auxiliary on We) evening al the Town n Jl \ re port will IKin\-en on UM receal JWV national coavention MR. FOOD BUYER. .. "... OF HOTFLS, RESTAURANTS, HOSPITALS, MEAT MARKETS AND CATERERS Why not handle STRICTLY KOSHER, EVISC. POULTIU! NEW DAIRY MEAL TREAT! bravo! bravo! bravisslmo! Italian-stylal .CHEESE,. Ravioli IK SAUCE / V CHEF BOY-AR-DEE CHEESE 5 Ju


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Triday. September 17, 1965 +Jmrtsti ffcr/dfor. Pag.e 3 -: %  • tth the custom of holding its anI for one of the health agencies, the South Fit I the B'nai B'rith Youth 0 ticn • dfl 'he Hec:: ,ation of :i to be the it. A 'otal of SI.474.82 was raised by the ) to further the Heart Association's round piogram of research, educction, ommunity service. More than 400 mem• m 29 chapters of the BBYO solicited ; :n 18 shopping areas throughout Dade Com %  : Tag Day project held on 7G. Shown chocking cannisters at I I the end of the Tag Day • to light' Bob Evans, H r Heroic! Stcn' Day rman, Mark Prince, Karen Lefkowitz, Paulette Marks, Miche'e Lebar, "Tag Day" co-chaiiman, Judy Mintz, Miss Adeliia Quejado, executive director. Heart Association of Greater Miami, and Frs. Chester "Dena" Le;ter. 19€5 Heart Sundav chairman. Young Israel To Dedicate New Building Young Israel of Greater Miami. 990 NE 171M SI \o Miami Beach, announces the dedication <>f the newly-constructed Max and Rose Cohen School Building will take place on Sunday Sept. 19. at 10:30 a m. Designed by architect. Gene Haylis. and constructed under the supervision of Irving Eisenstat and Kmanuel Unijar. the buildmi; is betiig endowed by Mr. and Mrs. Max Cohen. The completely air-conditioned two-story structure will house the Religious School of Youi j Israel. as well aadditional offices and storage facilities. Partit r, aim j in the c< remonies w ill !" %  i; bbi r, spiritual leader the i | • %  \l \ .-( hool B : be T; > Harry ent of Youi ra< ha I "w ith ol tl.ini fa< i Israel will bi tter THiereth Jacob Selichot On Saturday, 8 30 p m., Sisti hood Of Temple 'Iilrreth Jacob sponsoring a card party Folio*, ing the gel together, guests w ill a" journ to the sanctuary, where '.< bi Maurice Klein, assisted by lh- choir, will conduct traditional Se %  ichot Services tor the New Yei 5726. Cedars Ladies To Open Season Dr. David Markenson. psycholo gist affiliated with the Child Guidance Clinic of the Dade County Department of Health, will part cipate m the panel at the final meeting ol < edars of Leb I! pita! Auxiliary on Thursd t the Eve %  ij I 01 to Ovi • ms ol l : il i i Zin er s th • 100 el ml." 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Page 12 A p-JmlstncrkAtr tSe/icltot ^Service* to Ojpen a-/tc Seli.hot. UM penitential prayer aervlce. will be held in Houses d Worship throughout the Greater Miami rea on Saturdaj it midnight The tarviee launches the High Hoi) Day season scheduled la hegia wttn Hashona on the evening of Sunday, Sept Ml AGUDATH tCHIM lo"'MMl HiMr MO* Collma *V( Ort *>< | • |. m s:. • I i • Ol'0*TH ISRAEL -SO" Canxl* Av* Orthodox Rae.Pi iaac E^r r ) nth IB rhi U. il .' fo> I • t h< \i rtn!hi AMAVAT SHALOM CONCREO* TiON ** SW *"th Av* Oorthode* Canter lra* N.*rhnrr ANSHE EMES >M SW A i n j in Kusxtir* ti. p-*id*nt K. -' • • .* BETM DAVID .V 5 Sr< CenH-MIX Rare s.Landau. Cantor v\ am W. L P*n klA> %  v Mvati %  %  %  %  IETN EL NX" SW -IAv. Ortne e.- Rap*. Ss.-••"•* $-*•* a %  >.>!> ......... V N .. IETN ISRAEL -• Oth St CVrttwrx Nat* B-ei .n. • IITH JACOB MH Wan nt*n Av* O-tneaex Rae*' S""Jf•* j -. lal V• M*d*t*k: eVrK-A.* %  r •' v : v U". N |i CTM MOS^TE CONGREGATION •JSS,v* D.x. 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Me-'i Skec • TEMPLE BE-N SMOLEM e Hcii> weed •* Ma"-c St Ct"-vat >r Raae< Mert* Maia*> Cantar E' wtat st* %  *R „„, 0 R.t-r Dan,*: M L, Carter Cn*t GJ' RaB bi Mauriea Kiain. % v.H • la; Traditional Fiiday. September 17. 1965 Caitaervatlve. Cantar Be*. Oichirn. • • _| W.--V VOUNG 5RAEL. 990 NE 17'.! St. Mail ^L. ZAM-oa2 ila^aAva. n > V ^ ONLY %¡ E MEXICO Offers non-stop DC-8C Fan Jet Service from Miami to CITY $1i?>l00 TEMPLE IE'" S-OLOM *• CUM Ava Lwr- Raobi Lean K reman Cantar OavNl CCd*v '' Eci Lathi — T k \ araah'ra H*rI • %  .' n ••. : %  VV • TEMPLE BET*. TOV. SASt SW It" St Ctaioilvt •ll^t Rap2 G —a"EMLE EN* SHOLOM -SKK N .N ^>-.c v Cc-*->t .* Ratr S V WI.VI ;-:; %  f'Ri K-JN • • ". v ^SYNOPS.S 0, THE TORAH PORT.ON OF THE WEEK a. J W offer, Brrtfrutt. bt-fore the pri-H and makes hll nitration. K k.u l have broucht tht tint of the fruit of the XrS 1 0 ^ i .bJs,,nn ; eMDeu,. 26:10, hi ch the Urd. *> God gjvew und ^ Ihalt take o. The f.iM c. a ^„ c! „ 1(1> ,. ., shalt go unto the place which the Len (ak<> thj> ^TUd -no t M bUS he a.tar of the Lord ,.ou .halt say before the Lard thy Ged: "I have pul .w.j die r-a'lowed h.n^ out of my house, and also have given them thoU sh" lirite upon the stones a.l the uords of thts law v,r> ^ti^El geeJIi to treat of the b.ess.ngs and curses with wlich Mote, chafed the children of Israel, for further empha S? tie cosenant made m mount Horeb is reaffirmed m Moab Thi. raceunting a! the Waeklv Pr^ • &f "• J-' tracts and bas^J pa "Tha Gr.phK Ha.H>rY a tJfc> Jaw tf H.r.taga" ^.ta*l by P. Wallm.nT.am.r. $15 Publisher %  ShCS, and the va. U m. i. av.U.bla at J7 William St Nat. York 5. NY. Prasidant of tha edaly ditr.bvti9 tha veluma it Jesaph Schlang THE RABBI SPEAKS FROM HIS PULPIT Gotl Wants Is to Make This World Brighter -EV.E Ev*N. E•: %  .Mi-; t.— .t : : •?-: .i =i;; -. -; e — a C*-t.-;. ;*%  a -£V = _E S"*E. ;t o = E*-E= v AM ;\E --. S: =.-.-e ir: ..-...-= -. M a •EU'.E ..:£ ^; =;* %  -.a.t r<-a •*•--E i;; Ma** > R : ef;, 11 For all that the the decree docs not demand that one must be the instrument tes in ancient Palestine death. By RABBI E EISENBERC Tempi* Beth Sholom Lake Worth. Fla. For only 164' :_--: : f? et~* rr a, I|BS: : -.-, %  ; Jr -.-.; -.r c'i mtnot Ca> %  Mama w 4 .: e"ve traaaav. atcr starts yorf r.-r>- tax • Mai the aktanc See yaar Traae agtBt er ral •twe_E w=\;=i• •-•* =.: : .-; -;.. J.. 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tember 17, 1965 +Je*lst IhrMtnr Page 11-A Kronish Vice Pres. imni Group con Kronish. spiritual Temple B %  t h Sholom. rach. has horn elected re president of the AlumBtion of the Hebrew In Be-.lewish Institute of lie pertca't Seminary of Re%  ism. Kronish. I graduate of College, Ml ordained by Ige-IlfStitUte in H'42 Ac• ei.sted iii communal at[ is national vice chair man Bonds for Reform Conns, and chairman of the li.inu Committee for isa national vie* president American Jewish Conind co-chairman of Israel jt Committee of Greater Rabbi Kronish made sevrips to Israel on behalf of ited Jewish Appeal and sd extensively throughout a'es for the UJA and Is tends. a mi mher of the Nal -inn on .icu isii Education i ent r a I Confei encc o ban llebri u Conj n at on IN Kronish is a membi r ": so..iii of Governors >t Hi I'nion College .lew I-'I Insti •i Religion, which has cam in Cincinnati. New York. In eles and Jerusalem. 1M, u i mcert Slated iturday Evening lin.i lien.mil Diamond. lyric SO In", will he featured artist at next concert. Saturday. 8 pm. the Oceanfroni ludJtodum, |!i S! and Ocean Dr. The con ru are presented uceklj b> the |an i Bi ach Recreation Depai t [•nt. Fi r the < arii d progi am nf •in musical corned}, classics, Hi ,A folk I U i s 111 rid wl ipan or Stern al the pi I KABBI LEON KROHISH Mindlin Will Address JNF Next Wednesday l o Mindlin e> live editor nf The .'* % %  %  • h Klori I uill be -u> -t -i eakcr al Ji ', -!i N ..I Fund I • M ; a -ii : .\ i IJ ;: '• • •: : •' lain* Mi ,.u Hotel n J Ell. P re s I d %  nt oJ thi ocal Cooneil. said that it has become JNF to i n \ i t .• .-!•< aki r al this a meeting oi tin come din season.'' MINDLIN a tradition of the Mindlin as guest lime ot the >ear With the lli-h llolj I lav Ell said that "Mr. Mindlin's column in our community represents a high point in Jewish tradition." Program Warii • sit > will %  -... pre -.' • i ac %  • • K.i) k fuel THE WEEK... US I SEE II • a ili!> Continued from Page 4-A bj Wesl B v Brandt altho omi how imagines n iindi fined one e Germans Rrhard's decision rei enl ich cord with 'in State ol Israel ma) well be o red a h bility Frhanl. as a consequence, will i rleci ih David Ben-Gurion in his heyda) it oped to achieve and which many Israelis find as contemptible as I nans who "tend shunning the Chancellor on Sunday pre %  over this issue *'h let es al least I'm the moment, is thai the political ex leriences of two countries so wok-nth enmeshed in the ashes ol sl history an themselves enmeshed in the realities ol present da\ experience. Sepl 1. U*35 ATTENTION TO THE MIAMI BEACH JEWISH COMMUNITY To those who live in the vicinity ol I HKTH it a isi SY\.UHM;I'E Sidney s. Margulies, who u ith our deceasi Diamond helped to build the Beth Tfilah Synagogue, into we devoted our hearl and soul: 1 have been called hack in the present vin Beth Tfilah, in redecorate the S • and outsli %  mil maki all the necessarj repairs, The simi has been, Thank Goi i decorated am illy rVir-CondJtioned and is trulj a "Mokom Kodosh l would like to see all the old members return to our Synagogue, and new Members come and nun me in the Beth Tfilah and attend the Lilgh lloh Days Services in tlic Beih Tfilah Synagogue. —:• I 1 I I I I I I (Tickets available at Shul Office, 935 Euclid Ave., M.B.) I i. >/./mi/ JT* 1 v_ H.ti\fiili\TEMPLE EMANU-EL 1701 WASHINGTON AVENUE DR. IRVING LEHRMAN, Rabbi CONSERVATIVE ZVI ADLER, Cantor HIGH HOLY DAY SERVICES at Miami Beach Auditorium BUIGIOUS SCHOOL AND MEMBERSHIP INQUIRIES INVITtD JE 8-2503 Orthodox Rabbis Urge Pressures NEW YORK (JTA) A delegation of the nine rabbis of the Rabbinical Council of America who visited the Soviet Union this SUBUaer called this week for mi mediate measures to ease the plight of Soviet Jewry which, they declared, ''remains grave and must he the continuing concern and responsibility of the entire free world." Rperting on their visit and meeting with Soviet Jewish leaders. Ifablu Israel Miller, president ol the Orthodox rabbinical yroup. who headed the delegation said that the mosl urjent needs included the getting aside of new land for Jewish cemeteries; permission for parents t,i arrange for religious instruction of their children and permission lor .lews to rejoin their families in other countries The delegation also called for the creatiin of a "central Jewish council cr agency to coordinate the activities of synagogue and rabbinic functions" and for permission to be granted Soviet rabbinic le.iders to attond rabbinical conventions and convocations ir other countriss. The Rabbinical Council had Invited Voscow Cliief R.'bbi Yehuda Leib Levin to attend the organization's annual convention next year. \i '.in : ih I the -lewi-b communitj in Moscow had now been given • %  niiiss.nn to bake matzotl for Passover, Rabbi Miller urged that this might i extended to other Jewish communities in the Soviet I'nion. He also called for the c>t. i.li-hmi'iit ol Jewish tbeologoical si minaries in other Soviet cities 'H sides Moscow. Asserting that there were us mi the horizon th.it the governmental authorities of Bus sia are sensitive to the outpouring ,f criticisms from the Western I I I aril are rom"\ ing some CM bs which had been placed upon Jew Rabbi Miller -ud • >'.! tO i ni' p] it -t U bell the> are ",, i %  re ino political moind tin se exj res> %  1 d: He noted thai "in sharp i ices in Norton Tire Has 41st Anniversary Norton Tire Con ,.,,; pl| bis; I Goo I i ich ''' si IS th s week celebra %  its i 1 -! anni\ ersai > i Miami i b) Louis Pallol in 1024, has I II h ston s from H I to i Palm Beach and is build a new s I ore al 8801 Bicayne Blvd due to open in October. i rvi numerous commercial and flee! custom as well as retail outlets \ newlj expanded wareho ise adjacent to the Miami main offices houses a \ast inventory ol tires for cars i | fa equipmi ot. | a model in/ d re'i • I -int. Tormenting Rectal Itch Stopped In Minutes One of the most common afflictions I.'itching piles.' It's im I einbari assing during the daj and very KgRI a\ al ing al night. For the tii -t lime -, lene, has fuiiiid a new healing sub with the astonishing ability t" ptly stop the burning and pain in minutes. And it actually shrinl hemorrhoids without surgery. secret is the new healing -.uh-taii, e i Bio l tj ne i. d i i ol a fame i institute. I'bis substance is now obtainable in ointment or suppository form called Preparation II Just ask tor Preparation II Suppositories (easy to carry it away from home) or Preparation 11 Ointment with special applicator. major cities as Moscow, Leningrad and Kiev, where the worshippers were in their sixties or older, we were pleasantly surprised to find several hundred young, middle aged and elderly people at the daily service in Thilsi (Tiflis. 1 Wc were impressed with the vitality of Jewish life in the Georgian Republic Rabbi Millar also called for support of the Eterril Light Vigil meeting to be held in Washington on Sunday, September 19, noting that "this is tl> type of responsible demonstration which can be effective." Be/erring to recent ttw Ihfl structure of the Soviet ecoi my which introduced many e meats of capitalism and privi enterprise, Rabbi Miller expre.eii the hope that "these (hailv ill also bring doctrinal inno* timis winch will liberalize the titude toward religion in gener and the Jews in particular. It our hope that the Russian Go^ merit's attitude toward the ligious education of the yout will also undergo change, • % %  id ti parents will be permitted to p vide lor the trail ing nt UK children in accordance with th, ancestral belief." Young Israel of Greater Miami North East 10th Avenue and 171st Street North Miami Beach Cordially Invites You to Our HIGH HOLY DAYS SERVICES Rabbi Sherwin Stauber, Officiating Cantor Moses Weiss, Liturgy AUXILIARY SERVICES WILL BE HELD AT WASHINGTON FEDERAL AUDITORIUM 699 NE. 167th Street Noith Miami Beach REGISTRATON NOW OPEN for Hebrew and Sunday School Youth Activities Adult Education MEMBERSHIP INVITED but NOT REQUIRED r OFFICE OPEN FOK SIATW6 9 A M. tc .' f EVES. 8:C0 la 10:3" FOB INFORMATION "u Wl 5-3586 Greater Miami Hebrew Academy 2400 Pinetree Drive, Miami Beach js pleased to announce that HIGH HOLIDAY SERVICES will take place in its Air Conditioned Auditorium RABBI ALEXANDER S. GROSS and CANTOR SEYMOUR KUTNER officiating Seats are Available in the Academy Office from 9 A.M. to 5 PJVl. FLAGLER GRANADA JEWISH CENTER 50 N.VV. 51st PLACE UtUU iSOLY 15.41 SEATS IN OUR AIR CONDITIONED AUDITORIUM NOW AVAILABLE IG WILL BE Rabbi DAVID R0SEMLD and Cantor GEORGE GOLDBERG For Fi Information Call HI 4-6547 cws V > i % % Tickets available at Shul office — 935 Euclid Ave., Miami Beach i Congregation Belli Tfilah • ORTHODOX SYNAGOGUE) 935 Euclid Avenue, Miami Beach Newly Decorated and Completely Air Conditioned IIK. i i IIOMUAY si:nvi< i:s CONDUCTED BY RABBI JOSEPH E. RACKOVSKY Phone JE 8-1521



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Friday. September 17, 1965 -Jfnlsfi rhrHltr "Page 15 A USY Members Plan Evaluation Session Saturday \n e tabw l program for lend pr ghip evaluation was planned hls w eek at a special meeting <>i :( loaders of 1'nited Syna youth, Rabbi Allen Rutchik, regional director, announced. The special evaluation session will take place at Temple Menorah on Saturday niyht under the sponsorship of the United Synaie, Southeast Region, begin •miat 9:30 p.m.. with president oi the region, Steve Weiniuger. of B.th reran Congregation, greeting the yottb leadership. Mark Bunim. of Temple Emanu El, and president of the Greater Miami USY, will greet the Leadership Training Institute participants and serve aa program chair man of the evaluation sessions. Program will include an analysis of intensive study groups formed in the summer encampment for the purpose of studying the Book of Job. Toby Cavell, of Beth Torah, and Bruce Sokler, of Temple Sinai, Hollywood, will present I program of implementDance to Precede Selichot Service Rabbi Herbert M. Baumgard, leader oj Temple Beth ill present an original can ighl Selichot sei vice midnight, lay. \ nee f>ir members will presen ice in the Social Mall al 9 p m. S imons, adult social an, has arranged for a live ;.i refn shmenl s. ing study groups on the local levels. The effect of Israel on the think ing of the American Jewish teen ager will b<* discussed by Tommy Mann, of Temple Sinai. Hollywood, who has recently returned from a visit in Israel, where he took part in the annual I'SY pil^rimmagc Marlene Krovets, of Temple Emanu F.I. will be chairman of the Israel diseiisMon group. The third study session v ill he litunl observance, led by Irene Mai lavsky. of temple Beth Sholom. and Nora Mdman, nf Beth David Congregation They "ill dtscusa the meaningful rituals during the i T.I. cm ampment a n ii discuss means oi recapturing these in the local I'SY chapters. Host chapter, the I'SY of Temple Mcnorah. will serve refreshments to the teenagers, where they will be led in singing and dancing by Mr and Mrs. Joe Yanlch. Singing will be under the direction of Judv Schiff, of Beth David Congregation. Rabbi Mayer Abramowiti, of Temple Menorah, will present a "D'var Torah" to the teen-agers and discuss the significance of the Selichot service, in which the LTI'ers will participate. Larry Finkelstein and Ronnie Friedman, of Temple Zion, will take part in leading the midnight prayers. "If we. Rabbi Kutchik stated, "can implement but 50 percent of the spirit, program and plans of the L.T.I, encampment in each local chapter, we will insure an outstanding success for the chap: ters. Since the youth of today are the leaders of tomorrow, it is incumbent upon every Temple to] make the youth programs its maj jor concern." Strong Vet &ft-Gfa* Hours of Corrtiriuous Relief from Minor ARTHRITIS HUM Anarin* gives hours of continuous relief from arthritis' minor painseven such chronic pain arising" frrra deep in the joints. Anarin alto reduces swelling and inflammation. )n minute* pnin goes so that it's %  er to move afflicted limbs again. The Mason AnaY*4is #tt m EVERY TIRE ON LIMITED TIME ONLY! SALE PRICES ON... Every size! Every type! Whitewalls! Blackwalls! Tube less! Tube-type! STARTING AS LOW AS MEW B.F.GOODRICH NYLOH COMMANDER 220, UIIT WITH TtUCK-Tin TOUGH tunitsrHi WE HAVE SECONDS, DISCONTINUED. CHANGEOVERS & HI-TREAD USED TIRES AT REDUCED PRICES. 95 (6 TO %  '.5 black M '.p plul \>t 'C Bll oil )0ul (*') NO MONEY DOWN! Free, fast mounting! SUMMER HEAT KILLS BATTERIES! DID YOUR BATTERY SURVIVE THIS SUMMER? BE SURE... GET A FREE BATTERY CHECK! B.F.G. SURE FIRE BATTERIES from $ 10 MIAMI 5300 N.W. 27th Avt. Open 24 Hours DOWNTOWN MIAMI 500 West Flagler St. NORTH MIAMI 13360 N W. 7th Avenue N. MIAMI BEACH 1700 N.E. 163rd St. INSTANT CREDITEASY TERMS TAKE MONTHS TO PAY MIAMI BEACH 1454 Alton Read SOUTH OAOE 9001 South Dixie Hwy. HOMESTEAD 30100 South Federal Hwy.l FT. LAUDERDALE 1830 West Broward Blvd. W. HOLLYWOOD 6017 Hollywood Blvd. at| State Road -7 WEST PALM BEACH 515 S. Dixie Highway



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"Jewish Floridian Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY re 38 Number 38 Miami. Florida, Friday. September 17. 1965 Two Sections — Fnce 2J }r. Ilerzog Cives Up Post In Gr. Britain LO N DON IJTAI The office British Chief Rabbinate xil announced in a formal -ement this week that Dr. iarov Her/og. of Jerusalem, had [formed the Council that, for isoiu of health, he would be unto assume the post of British immonweah* Chief Rabbi. He named to the post last May. wac to have assumed his get in November. The announcement came as a bek to British Jewry but affected %  tush JawMh organisations reined from any immediate lment The apartment in which HersM had planned to hve as Rabbi, near St. John's Wood lagogue. had been renovated prepared for I>r. Herzog bethe Mich Holy Days. It w a s icited that it would take ben six months and a year for • > nary steps for naming a Chief Rabbi. The formal announcement by Hfred H. Silvf-man, Council cretary, said that the Council received "with deep regret" communication from Dr. Her o, "intimating that, owing to (rious deterioration of his ^alth, he is unable on medical Jvice to undertake the post of Kief Rabbi of the United He ^w Congregations of the BritCommonwealth of Nations, which he was appointed last Continued on Page 7-A Assurance on Jewish Issue at Ecumenical NEW DOUBTS lAISffi fACl 7-4. M. T44C0V HfftZOG reeseas ef health )VEM8ER ELECTION Major Israel *arties See *ough Race JERUSALEM — i JTA> — Israel's pj'~ p.ir'i. %  made public this ek the names of their candi|es fi r the November I'arlia Star) elections and for a camleti which is expected to be one %  he most Mtter in Israel's brief lory election of candidates was ob': 'j geared to hopes of poral strategists of capitalizing on tattle in the dominant >ai party T'grtfrfitfl by the i a new party list headed former Premier David Ben ion. he Mapai list, as expected, • s headed by Premier Levi ihkol. Knesset Soeaker Kadish p. Foreign Minister Golda fir, followed by the other %  pai Cabinet Ministers. The lapai list is being offered at I alionment ticket with Achdut Vodah. Premier Eshkol's negoStions for the alignment was one the issues on which Ben lirion challenged the Premier's •dershio of Mar>i and of the &f ion, ir creating his Israel riters List (Rafi.) hree "new faces" were listed one the first 36 Mapai places— peli Elfav. Zeev Sharef and Zvi Continued on Page S A GREAT ANXIETY' Jordan Raid Worries Trio In Mid-East PARIS — (JTA) — Jordan. Lebanon and Syria have shown ''.-Teat rnxiety' over the "apparent certainty" that Israel win respond miHUriry to any further attacks Bfjainst its territory by Arab terrorists. Le Monde reported here this week in a dispatch from Beirut The three governments f the Arab state adjacent to Israel are wi rried, Le Monde reported, over the implications of Israel's raid against a Jordanian base in reprisal for El Fatah raids vmeh blew up a water pump in an Israeli settlement near the Jordanian border The governments in Beirut, Amman and Damascus, now feel, according to the dispatch that, in the future, Israel's response "to Arab terrorist attacks will consist of direct military action against the territory of the state from which the attacks r* launched." L Monde reported that the security forces of Jordan and Lebanon were seriously worried also by (be activities of El Fatah and planned repressive measure! ;. ainst it Syria was reported to >< %  the only Arab country which backs El Fatah, whose members consist mainly of Palestinian Arab efrugees, The newspaper reported the other Arab countries w ere doing their best to discourage El Fatah activities which might provoke a serious clash between them and Israel ROME — (JTA — Circles close to the Vatican said this week that it was unthinkable" that the draft declaration on Catholic relations with the Jews, which was approved at the last .session of the Ecumenical Council, would be profoundly modified before its submission to the next session of the Council, which opened Tuesday, it was reported by the Ansa Italian News Agency. Conunonting on recent reports that the Vatican had yielded to pressure by bishops in Arab countries, by profoundly altering and watering down the declaration exonerating the Jews of the charge of deicide. the Ansa dispatch recalled that, on more than one occasion. Augustin Cardinal Bea, president of the Secretariat for Christian Unity, which is the responsible Councinar body for the declaration, had stated that no substantial changes had been introduced into the text The Vatican circles cited by the news agency reported, bowever, that among the amendments which the Secretariat would submit to the Courciliar Fathers, would be one to substitute another word or phrase for the term "deicide" which was used in the version of the declaration overwhelmingly approved at last year's session of the Council. This substitution, according to the news agency's sources, would not modify or distort the meaning of the original version. The agency noted that some bishops were determined to retain the terminology previously approved and that, therefore, any decision on this textual change would have to be by vote of the CounciL The Secretariat decided to submit this change to the Council in deference to suggestions made by some of the bishops who supported the declaration at the last session with reservations attached to their votes Another reason for t h e Continued on Page 3-A Right Wing Youth Quit on Fascist Service NEWARK. N.J. i JTA I The Jewish News of Newark reported this week that Young Americana for Freedom has dropped plans to participate in a memorial service on September 19 for three Russian prisoners of-war who committed suicide in the United St.ites rather than he returned to the Soviet Union for trial as W criminals. John Kirwan. acting New Jersey chairman of the YAF. and John LaMothe. YAF regional reprerentatrve in Philadelphia, told the English-Jewish weekly that the organization had been asked by a Ru-asian exile PTOUP to take in the memorial service The three Russians killed themselves in a P. G. W. stockade at Fort Dix, N. J., in 194S. The memorial service is scheduled for Finn's Point National Cemetery in Fort Mott State Park in New Jersey. Plans are being made for participation of "American youth and patriotic organizations and representatives of peoples erslaved by Communism," according to an announcement. The three Russians volunteered for service with the German Army and were captured while lighting against American tn ops in France. They were troops of Gussian Gen Audrey VTasov, who defected to the Germans in t h e war. and recruited an army which committed atrocities against Jews and members of anti-Nazi resistance movements. The V S Army agreed to hand them over to Soviet authorities. The two YAF officials said that the YAF agreed to join in t h e service without knowing that the three were "Axis soldiers, much less that they had been captured by American forces on the Western front in World War II." They added that when YAF learned these facts, it officially withdrew from the plans. The YAK is generally considered to be mainly young Republicans to Continued on Page 2-A GOVERNMENT POSHIOW Goldberg Says He's Not Bra in wash ed UNITED NATIONS — (JTA — Asserting that he has not brainwashed" himself from his known status as a Zionist, Ambassador Arthur .1 Goldberg, chairman of the United Nation's delegation to the United Nations, asserted here this week that, aWashington's representative, he will concern himself more, on Arab-Israel issues, with lii> Government's position rather than with his >wn "private'' views The question arose at a luncheon in his honor by the I nited Nations Correspondents Association, where, among other subjects, he was asked: "You have been characterized as a Zionisl I:t (-curate" How would this affect your work here at th United Nations? "I have not brainwashed myself," he replied. "At the United Nations, my views on the Arab-Israel question wilt be rhe Continued on Page 10-A PKOI. MBRAHAM HISCHIL to be main srreker gj SAME DAY AS NATIONAL ETERNAL LIGHT VIGIL PAGf M Rally for Soviet Jewry Set on Sunday One of the largest rallies in the history of South Florida Jewry will protest the plight of Soviet .hws Sunday night at the Miami Beach Auditorium, with an overflow attendance of 3.500 persons predicted bv officials of the sponsoring South Florida Conference on Soviet Jewry. Throughout the week, offlet of the sponsoring Jewish organ nations were busy distributing free tickets to the mass meeting Rabbi Leon Kronish. president of t h e South Florida Conference, emphasized that there will be no soiicit.' ; on of funds in any form at the rally. Petitions will be circulated at the rallv — which will follow by hours the start of hte Eternal Light Vigil for Soviet Jewry in Washington, D. C. Climax of the meeting will he the presentation of resolutions, to be introduced by Dr. Irving I-ehrman. vice president of t h e Greater Miami Jewish Federation. The resolutions are expected to outline an action program calling for increased pressure on Soviet repr e sentatives and officials to increase the religious and cultural freedom of Russian Jews. Prof Abraham Joshua Heschel. Of New York, one of the foremost Jewish educators in the nation, is flying in Sunday to deliver t h e I rincipal address a" the Sunday rally. He has played a major role Continued on Page ft-A



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Page 12-B ImlrfMrrrtftr Friday, September V. 1965 Miami Youth With Big Driving Voice Records 'Anytime' for Smashing Promise A Miami youth has recorded a song, entitled "Anytime," through ABCo. which promises to be a smash success. He is Terry Gorchov. son of Mr. and Mrs. Sidney B. Gorchov. of 10951 SW 60th Ave.. Miami. Professionally, he sings under the name of Perry Gordon. A graduate of Palmetto Senior High, Perry it a student at Emory College in Oxford, Ga. New Technion Prexy Due Here Alexander Goldberg, newly-elected president of Technion. will be guest of honor at a general membership meeting of the American Technion Society early in November, it was announced by Judge Frederick Barad. president of the Florida Chapter. Goldberg, chairman of t h e Board of Governors at Technion since 1962, and who recently headed Israel's largest industry. Chemical and Fertilizers. Ltd., has succeeded Yaakov Don. Among the goals projected for the Florida Chapter will be the completion of a drive for the $300,000 Computer Building on the campus of Technion. Half the sum necessary has already been raised. A number of private meetings at the homes of friends of Technion are also projected. Activities of the chapter will culminate in February with a major dinner involving the participation of all the local friends of Technion, as well as visitors coming from northern centers. The Technion office has noted the largest group of visitors to the campus this year that has ever been recorded. K v e n as a youngster, Perr) shewed his future promise through an inexhaustible drive. It was Perry, for example, who induced the Miami City Commission to erect a fishine pier just south of Dinner Key City Hall, an enterprise that took him two years. Perry and his brother. Mike, have just returned from a twomonth student tour of IT European countries. They report that they liked London best, 'particularly the people there, the art and the tradition." Perry has also W l interested in radio. At a.-je 16, he became a ham radio operator. But when he took up a guitar, it was voice that really swept Perry's imagination away. Following his appearance here as a singer in a number of spots. Perry cut the "Anytime" record, in which he is featured soloist. The outlook? Well, the Beatles of London count 3.973.074 records ; to their credit. For a boy with Perry's drive, the goal doesn't | seem particularly beyond achievei ment. WOMEN'S DIVISION TO GATHER 365 Technion Brunch Slated Sept. 24 ..„. ,., oh .11 Ti Fir* meeting of the Miami Beach Chapter %  •' : American Technion Society. 11 be a i.nmch on Friday, Sept 24, H •>" a.m. at the Algiers Hotel Guest speaker will be Judge Frederick Barad. president of the S O U I n Florida Men's D i V i S j n Technion Mrs Milton Sirkin is president Reports will be given by membership chairman, Mrs Jack Katzman. and life membership and lif %  ><-'<'•• chairman. M !" Trudj Hamerschli roughl up to datf on I b ,, experiences and research projects be I cojiducted St 1, ( hnioii Committee for the day tockMBM Mrs David IMnve. chairman %  hostesses, Mrs Max Kern. Mw. Bernard Berkley. MrsHarry Grossman and Mrs Oaotfe ^ a len tine, arrangements. PfMY G0BCH0V Cliff Dwellers to Meet Cliff Dwellers will meet Friday. 8 p.m., for a cocktail party at the Biscayne Terrace Hotel. Beauty Group Renames Pallot Miami attorney E. Albert Pallot has been elected chairman of the Miami Beautification Committee for the fifth time. Pallot. who served as chairman from the committee's founding in 1959 through 1962. again was elected in 1964. Chosen as vice chairmen by committee members at the annual election last Friday were Vice MacVicar, third vice chairman; vice chairman; Tim Sullivan, second vice chairman; Miss Alice MacVicar, trird vice chairman; Mrs. E. A. Evans, fourth vice ahaJnnen; and Ed Parnell, fifth vice chairman. Mrs. Elizabeth Martell. committee secretary' since its formation, also was reelected to office. (Jntom %niamt ocean at c ouuti y cluJ mlami beach f retting New Directory Being Distributed By Southern Bell Southern Bell began distribution of its new record-size telephone directory last week to 369.000 telephone subscribers in the Greater Miami area, with a completion date set for Sept. 18. Subscribers receiving the directories will find a map of Florida on the front cover of the alphabetical "white pages" volume. The MPA advised callers dialing station-to-station calls into northern Florida, that a new area code. 904. is in use for the area The 904 code is to be dialed after the digit 1 and just prior to the number of the called telephone. If the code is left out, an operator's voice will come on the line to ask that the call be dialed again with the *04 code included. Southern Bell, however, will arrange equipment until 12:01 a.m.. Sunday. Sept. 19. so calls will go through dialed either with or without the new area code. After that date, the 904 code must be used for the call to be completed. The new directory has a detailed map and instruction for Using the ciide on the information pages Inside the book. The new directory, in two volumes with the second for the classified "Yellow Pages" has 13.000 more listings than in 1964. for a total of 308,000 The number of white pages have increased by 31. to a total of 765. and the classified section has grown to 968 pages from 946. Lawrence B. Sheffey. Southern Bell's new vice president for South Florida, said the recordsize book and the new Florida numbering plan area are both indicative of growth The directory has grown each year, splitting into two volumnes in 1963 A new standard of elegance on Miami Beach. Superbly | planned and executed weddings, luncheons, business meetings ... ranging from 10 to 1000. OR Spaciousness is the keynote of your affair Maim the phishness of the Doral Country dub. Weddings, confirmations, banquets are enhanced by the country dub atmos-J pbero of this resort-estate. For complete details, please colt Mr. David Kovac, Director of Food and Bereraga Doral Beach Hotel and Country Club JE 2-3600 %  DINING ROOM OPEN to the PUBLIC for the ROSH HASHANNAH and YOM KIPPUR HOLIDAYS i Dietary U < .... bje4asijaW Supers-inn Waldman "-ESS: HOTEL JCt-5731 ON THI OCffAN AT 43rd ST. I< %  • % %  New Funeral Home Planned A $250,000 funeral home is he ing erected at 720 71st St.. Miami Beach. Owner and operator will he I ar rie S. Blasberg. a veteran of 15 years of experience in this field The building is expected t-> he completed by Oct. 1. when it will be open for business The building is in colonial style faced with white brick, and is're I ported to have the largest seating capacity in the south, according to Blasberg. It will be 95 ft long and 80 ft. deep The color scheme throughout the entire building will have an avocado motif, trimmed with gold thread. and the furniture will be in Mediterranean style. All seats will be upholstered Blasberg is a Mason, member of the Elks. Civic League. Knights of Pythias, and Jewish War Veterans, Roz Marks is the interior decorator. Howard Dutkin is the architect, and Arkin Construction Co are the builders. BISCAYNE HMACI 34CTBfscayne Boulevard • Miami, Florida FACING BISCAYNE BAY "WMKl TMf JTAtS M0 HAVM JOIM YOU* PlllJWffW" AT THI BlAUTIfUl MIWIT DIC0BATID STARLIGHT BAIJJMMMI SEATINO UP TO S00 WEDDINGS • CONFIRMATIONS BANQUETS • RECEPTIONS ir LUNCHEONS • MEETINGS CATERING itrkfrr fester fotiiititt ataritaib ••*' efcawnpfctaa •* RABBI mot N. STUM CALL Misi SHIRLEY, Catering Manager, FR 9-3792 V *


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^September 17, 1965 -JCHM n*r/kM>r Page 13-B \tzva k n Sidner Bey morning. Sept 18. A i Bd. son of Mr. and Mrs. %  er. will be Bar Mitzvah felon. 8000 MiUer Rd. the seventh (trade at '' Education yeantoMM %  '• three Gershwin Kniqhts To be 'Dubbed 1 Tinrank of Knight will InCOI1 ferred on 50 eandidates-in-waiting i uie George Gershwin Knights i at the next reg u)ar i Mondaj 7 30 ;• m.. Bt %  ommunity Center. Collins \vi Dr Os* ar R %  • • lor commander, will ; An eighth grade student at Ponce Junior High, where he is on the Honor Roll, the celebrant has won a bowling award, enjoys fishing, and collects stamps and coins. Michael's great-grandfather is earning from New York toh"fp him celebrate his Bar Mitzvah. Dr. and Mrs. Askowitz will host the Kiddush in Michael's honor. • • Edward Goldfin Edward Robin, son of Mr. and Mrs. Allen Goklfin. 1405 SW 85th Ave., will celebrate his Bar Mitzi van on Saturday morning. Sept. 18. at Temple Or Olom. An eighth grade student at West Miami Junior High. Kdward enjoys sports. Kiddush will IKheld in the cele brant's honor following services and a reception Saturday evening at the Deau>iHe Hotel. Jeffrey Appelbaum Bar Mitzvah of Jeffrey Appelbaum will be observed on Saturdaj morning pi 18, at Temple Shirah The celebrant is the : Mi and Mrs Aaron Appel-u 5th '': So Mi An eighth grade si I Pot i dc l Al11 be honored at a Kiddush following n n nj id an evening reception to be held at Michel's Restaurant. Grandparents. Harry Hobermaa, Miami Beach, and Mr. and Mrs. Jaek Appelbaum, Brooklyn, N.Y., will be here for the occasion. ... a blur of bicycles, flashing feet, busy hands and occasionally missing teeth. And eyes often intent on the enjoyment of being young. Watch out for them! Schooldays mean more bicycles, more pedestrians than ever before. Drive carefully, as though every youngster were yours! Isn't tomorrow worth a few extra minutes of driving time today i F L 0 I I D A POWER LIGHT COMPANY e %  TCW •.M MEET PERFECTIONIST* IN THE CATERING FIELD They an untqustltd In their profession. Sg* They rs the dill do's cstertng staff. They >T* w"l nke s success of any perty... • wsdding... s Bar Mitrvih*... s business meeting or a social luncheon. They will \ serve from 20 to 1000 dineri with line food expertly prepared In the diLido's newty decorated Cotillion Room. They'll arrange lor whatever space you require. Cell Mr. Tslchner et JEtferson 8-0811 for the best function you've ever heal d;T;do A %:t*\n Fmlly Er.urpHM OCEANFftONT, MUM MEWE AND LISC01H MMD Mil Have trial Business Meeting. Banquet, or Special Occasion You'll find complete facilities to exactly satisfy your needs in the Kismet, Aladdin, ScHeherazcde and Rubciyct Rooms, be it for a redding cr a private partyl tor Inlarmalioni HAZEL ALLISON Catering olt.clor, JE 1-6061 Ith SI. A Collins Avea Comes to the aid of the Party &f,/if>^ <$/fre


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I 'a.I. v.. mils Florida, Inn mix to uppl> !. %  the 1 1 1 nrable Hal P I'.lsl.-. 1 Judli %  It, m and for • hia ..11 • In thi 1.1 > V ilttiX MAYEII -I. be I I-" %  i.D WHITE tt'H %  WINS Its \ II \ne> lor Pet I ItOBUlNS \ !. fur I'etltiol U : I -Hi St Ilial. ul l\ ["HE COUNTY JUDOE'S COURT AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA IN PROBATE No. 68028-C Bit fllXlAM 1 ,1.11'K leased NOTICE TO CREDITORS 1 'n-.lr 1 \; ]•. ,,.,.. Havpaim> or tH-ioand> tielnal Said are harebs notified end re* !•• preeei 1 m laieM end .!• %  1 11,... h..s. aealeal ktaie v\ M.I.I \M ni.ii K de late %  i %  .,.1, 1 mis, Kim Ida, I Ids** of l*ade I'..IIIIfili tl .• ...miIn iliiiilli.il. nd • ul. 1 ~. .1 Ion 7U.18, Florida in 1 fi ea In I he 1 rtaouae 1 n I '.ul.. 1 '.amis. I l..i hln .r m..milfrom 1 of tim ftrat pubHeatlon hereba ill I.,barred a' Ml i-:. 11.1.1. iiu Auffnai v 1 > '..... STAN I.I :v .' MYl.lltS .I'lN K A I'l. \N A Kxn iiurs pnhili 11 if iiii-i niiii. a ..a day ..f AUKUBt, i" !!• 1 ci-j, 'K1IAN Ili-llu .1 .V Kaplun for lis.-. ul.., %  Klr-r %  Ul 8/7. t/-10-17 IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE 11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR OAOE COUNTY. FLORIOA IN CHANCERY No. 66C 9690 |;|;SlI'l I'K.Z CAIU'IA, Plalatlff, BI^NCA U R>RA BAD** Be PMBsl 'NOTICE'BY PUBLICATION %  [>< I'.I.AMS Al rORA BAl'IA ,1,PEREZ Mai tl IT; Nm s lta>, CaeaBguey TOU IRE HEBBBT BOtHled that 1 ,,.,.,::' let iiiK-rr.bee been ,,,..,, .,_.,,„., sou, and v..ii are hereto! ,,.,,,.,. .1 % %  -ni" a copy OCJWJ eUier to th. Complaint oe ihPlaln, at s. i.KSTK.l RfSCIERH, Miami. 11." l.la and HI.the ... xi •'' ,,, ,i,, Gnawer in the irl "' ,h ,'.., K ,. Kleventh Judicial '-• %  all i„ .....1 • n UeOe i'....ni>. El' rlda .a ,., bat the 1Mb %  '" ,'" V 1 "' ,, .,.., ,,,1, ,.1 which 1 he < ..miduint mil '••i'l-1. .< %  eotrteeaed bt '"nATTBD nil::r.i del at s.in.ini..'. '*"" 1; B I.CATHEKM AN Clerk ol the circuit v..ml ,!, 1., 1 r i-oi'Ki. VNII |i. Jillls 1' 9,10-17-J*. 10, 1 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE is HEREBY CIVKN • hi indi ralKii. d, dealrl 1 — n.-1. r tl flctli la Ham. oi \v %  \ 1.1:t' 1: N 1: 1 li 'TKI. al 12.1th S : • • tt 1 .an In in Miami Bern Ii 1., reeiater aald name with thi I ..I the I'iniiii Court of Da-da U 1-1..ri la. j. 1. D, .-*. INC. a rill. Corp. Simon. Has,v 1 il illnlll .TR Attornai %  301 AiiiMl.y laiil.liiir 9 --.-in-17-Ct IN THF CIRCUIT COURT OF THE 1ITH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA IN CHANCERY NO. 65C 147 NORM V VICTnlllA (JIB.) .,. POl Ti>l*. Plalntinf, VM. RAt'I. l'.OI. \NIK) POCTOtT, Defendant NOTICE BY PUBLICATION TO: RAIX ROUVNIas IMUTnl San Mlaurl N.. 131 i-iiiii. UefQuee QoBBBlee >• LueemB Havana, vi'i'.A Yi'C ARK HKRBBY notified Htal I Complaint f'n Animlmeiii of Mai. baa been filed naaini you. and you nr.In-r.-l'V rii|iilr.-il to Murv. s of s...ir answer to the Complaint ',,1'ininiiffattorney, LEHTER 1:1.. ;I:KS whose address Is S w Itili Street, Miami. Florida :'--l %  •-. and fil.Hi.micinal of ihe ln-ss.i in ,fflcc of Hi. Clerk of the '"I. • ,.,1 Circuit HI ami Cot 1 Ada County. Florida, on or nafere the • %  ,1;,. 1 s.-m. ml" r. 1MB, in default "i SA tn, ii ihi'..n-|.l nm iii be taken II. ..llfes-.-.l In you. IA'l'l-:i> 1 Ida ;'th day of Aimii-i K. It l.E Sill''"M N Clerk of the Cir. ult Court ,.,..,n ti) c p. 1 ..r,.,.A.N'n iis Clerk 1 %  :. 1 i-10-n IN THE COUNTY JUDGE S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA IN PROBATE No. 68113-A IN RR '.IKVINC I.. STII Kl.l'i: 1 ... a.-. . .i is. i\ 11.1 Street •' -'I IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE I1TH JUOICAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA IN CHANCERY No. 66C 9572 1 \. Is' .1 \ YS< l.N, Plaintiff, NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW \'i ITII I %  OWN 0 I hated l\\ s M l Ni il'. ISl 1 :' 1 I.I \.N. •! .1 M I: i Hi ant Miami Bl JEAN VERNl iN". .1 slllltle si..man. p. ii mlanl. NOTICE TO DEFEND TO: .IKAN VKBSuN i_:: Dlsabetb L*ke Read Pontiac, Mlchliraii Yni JEAN VBRNON are hereby notified lhat JACK • JAYSON has broUBht a < 'niiipbiint a-ilnst s-'U I" lureclove that certain mortseire reronled In Official Records Book IMS, at Page 47. ol the IrubHs 1-. 1"< lkid.Counts, Florida, encuoiberlna th.. i.llniiliui deeeribed veal property, sltnata in ixuii County, Florida. to l...t 10. in Block 1. of STl'AKTS Sl'RPIVIBION, according 10 HnPlat lhteof, ri.nrd.,1 in Plat Book 7, .11 Paste US. of the Public Rveords of Dado I'oiinty, Fli.riila. tejtether M 11I1 imin-i.ii-ni.nlsitoats thereon, haies. aun known as MS ".W. th Street, Miami, Florida. Vul' ARE HEREB> required to ..11. a ,..|.s of sum Aaawet nr other ,1,1,11-11. oleadtns to said Complalnl .,11 Plaintiff's attorney, ROBRRT II. TKAl'RIO, HIS .liil'i.ni BulldlnR, Miami. Florida, and rile the original In Hie 1 mice of the PI s. -11 led Cow 1 .-ii "i bi 'oi. ,1.,, ,.1 tvtober, l65: otherwise, ii" al asset Ions contained therein si ill be taken -..1 onfeesed bj > ou and 1 1 '• % %  ei Pro Contango will ientered .u::iint sou fot the 1 • lb 1 prayed for In wii'i Complaint. 1 ...l.-il: Auauel II, : 1 1: i.r.ATiii'.r.MAN. Clerk, • a the Circuit Court ,..:,!, BT '' '' COPHLsANTJ li.-iiuii Clerk 9,3-10-17-24 IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IM AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA IN PROBATE No. 68181 -C • Eetate of i.i.ris I'-AIM 1.. ... NOTICE TO CREDITORS Tn All Crea Persons Hs Ins. 1 Malms or 1 %  mends Asian \ ou .111 hi reb) ni tlfled and n ,,-..;.,... • %  1 lid de ... Ii S .Ml III. is ., ,,.of 1.. HIS 1: \r\i 'ii• '>-' %  1 ..1 1. i. mt.i Judges -.1 • ime li the Cut ST A: l I s %  I' M \ l-:ilM IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DAOE COUNTY, FLORIDA IN PROBATE No. 67575 A IN RE Ei lute "f I:\I:I.> s Mit.l.Klt m .sr 1...,. -. NOTICE TO CREDITORS To All I'r. ill tors ami All 1 '.•' Bonn H Imi %  • l>emunds Agalnal KMI iti Y..ii are hereb) notified ami required to present .-ns .'aim!, and dels which sou in.is lias,, against the estate of K V K I. f S MII.I.EK ROS eased i..'..' Hade Cuunty, Florida, to the Count) Judgee of Dadt County, ami fii. the same In dupll,.,-, .,ii,i ,,.prosideil 1 Section 7:t^.l6. l-'i... i.ia Statutes, in their oeflese is iii^ Count) Courthouae t in Dade County, Florida, within -IN calendar months fr..in the time ..1 Ike firit publication hereof, 01 Hie MM .n he buered, tinted al Mil I'lnriila. this 31st ills ,.f AUCUSt. A I' IHB, BE \ I KICK M KAMINSKX \I :s.-. -utrix DERSHON s. Mil,1.1:1: \ rnej for Executi i\ 1*0 1.in. oln Road Mall Miami Beach, Fla SSI8 :• 10-17-S4, mi NOTICE UNOER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN thai ndershrned, deetrlns '" engage In business und. r the fictitious name of OLIVER MANOR Nl'RSINO HOME at 1855 N i' Uf.th si.-.. 1. North Miami, Florida im. nds to regeMer aald 11.im. ssiih in. vi, 11, ,.i the Circuit Court ..1 leitqi'miwi. Florl K 1; M S TR y rNti Hi IME, INC Bi Cafl K'.tVlan. Vice President li:\ IN.; CYPBN LAW OFFICES Attorney* imkLtJ.lt. NI lisist; HOME, INC l-ilnu 1 ;...lfr. s liil Miami I :.-.., I.. I :i 10-17-14, l". I



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Friday. September 17. 1965 + k-istnrrMf*r Page 9-A ^National Vigil in Capital to Rap Reds WASH NGTON fJTA) Jewish i-'\ and rab |< BI • from more then 100 munil throughout the cmin • ..n Washington next g IJ | tunch ;i week-long Na il Lihi Vigil for So ^ ',••The program i> iponI | i Vmerican Jewish Con on i< • Jewrj. i onsisting i n. rial Jewish religious, an Zionist organizatioi • %  ••.• • the major portion of • i rj. The Conitrence was foun.iori in .; ;m emergency con itton Washington At that Jewish groups planrHnl ordinatei action to p r o t e a t nst t'.< religious and cultural persecution] imposed upon 3.000.000 Jews in UM Soviet I'nion Jewish leaden aa • here today that the WasWngfc VigD was the first public a<"<: demonstration ever held in UM nation's capital under the auspices of all of the Jewish bodies The Vtcil program will launch • mort nrect involvement of national Catholic, Protettant, labor, busi<-?s* and other groups in dealinc with the Soviet Jewish question. Many community loaders are renting to tho Vigil with Catholic ce Protestant layman or clergyman 11 i n I 1 r f 1 i t h teams." Local mayors are appointing special delegations of citizens tc demonstrate American solidarity in support of this problem. I'artuij : : .in the program will include J^.-nes Roosevelt. I'nited States Representative on the I'nited Nations Economic and So ial Council; the Rev John Cronin, Oj the National Catholic Welfare Conference; Bayard Ritatin, Vietoi Keuther. Ri.shop John V\er Pfcial briefing 1 on the Soviet Jewish problr:;ed >.-n.e oi spiritual reawakening Delegations will also visit and continuity The Vigil will be Congressmen and Senators to stress a sober and responsible ceremonj the need for continued li %  reflecting our earnest desire for states government action through an abatement of cold war tension, diplomatic channels, al the I • and also our determined commitNations, and through personal conment to protest the policy of foretact with Soviet leaders eil assimilation of Soviet Jewrv." _____ A specially-chartered "V i e i I Train" will leave from New York's Pennsylvania Station on Sunday morning, making stops in Newark. Trenton, and Philadelphia. Left to right are James Roosevelt, U.S., Ambassador designate to the Lconomic and Social Council at the URttledNatirr.s. and Civil Rights leader Bayard Rustin. They will be among speakeis at the National Eternal Light Vigil in Washington. Delegations, of all faiths irom across the country are converging on Jewish organizations have taken the nation's capital for the four-day vigil starting Sunday. complete railroad cars for their constituents Climax of the demonstration, to the Eternal Light will be sent to be held in LaFayette Park, will' communities throughout the be a drajtiatic ceremony kindling ">•" f r local protest meetings. the Eternal Light flame by a At the conclusion of the Washyoung boy and girl from Washingington ceremony, a Shofar will ton, to symbolize the future gen-; sound a "call to conscience." eration of Jews and the continuThen the thousands of community of Jewish cultural and religious ity representatives will be asked lite in the USSR The Eternal to proceed in a silent processional past the Soviet Embassy here. They will have to walk 500 feet opposite the Embassy, to comply with Washington demonstration regulations. A number of synagogues in the greater New York area are traveling down by car pools. Chicago, Cincinnati, Springfield, Mass. and Hartford have chartered planes. Philadelphia, BalTHE MINY0NAIRES SYNAGOGUE Modem Traditional 3737 Bird Rd„ Miami HI 6-2181 HIGH HOLIDAY SERVICES Under the Leadership of the Well Known CANTOR FRED BERNSTEIN Limited Number of Seats Still Available TICKETS ARE $10 EACH i Light will remain standing in the park for the entire week protected by an honor guard On Friday. Sept. 24. a religious ceremony will conclude the week-long Vigil. Then Pravda Attacks Anti-Semitism NKW YORK — I.TTAI — T h e official organ of the Communist Communist Party of the Soviet Party of the USSR, which became I'nion is showing greater sensitiv ivailable in full translation to the ity to foreign criticism of the Jew j sh Telegraphic Aee ncy last ,,.,,., 11 1 weekend The editorial specificalSSR > policy of denying full cul y attributed to Unin an outright tural and religious freedoms to denunciation of anti-Semitism. Russia's 3,000,000 Jews than it .... Near the end of the long editorhas in decades, American expert. -_ii-j ... „ ,_ %  .. • j u ial. entitled Leninist Friendship on the situation of Soviet Jewry (f peoples." devoted in general declared here today. They based ,„ thr t h. m e that close ties among their opinion on a number of rethe "more than 100 nationalities cent statements condemning antian(j peoples" in the USSR are necSemitiam made by high authorities ,-sary for achievement of -the of the USSR They cited especially ioa i „f building a Communist soa front page editorial m Pravda. tlt t \ '" Pravda Stated: THE PRIDE OF MIAMI BEACH I The newest, ultra-modern, fully I air-conditioned synagogue with comfortable theater seats BETH RAPHAEL CONGREGATION 1S45 JEFFERSON AVENUE Cordially invites you to worship with us in our Conservative services during the High Holy Days I Conducted by RABBI ZEVI I. GREENWALD I assisted by the famous CANTOR SAUL H. BREEH with CHOIR I (Formerly Temple Ner Tamid) Tickets available at 1545 Jefferson Avenue Telephone JE 2-8592 or 538-4112 A6UDATH ACHIM Congregation AT THE LOMBARDY HOTEL 6305 Collins Avenue # Miami Beach RESERVATIONS now being accepted DAILY HIGH HOBDAY SERVICES TO BE CONDUCTED BY RABBI SIMON APRIL RABBI HARRY ZARETSKY, Cantor Ticfcefj Available II A.M. to 4 P.M., Evenings 7 to 9 P.M. SUNDAYS TO THURSDAYS ORTHODOX SFRVfCFS SfATS S10.50 & ST2.50 INOJ.RIES INVITED PHONE 866-7761 or 866-2834 "V. I. Lenin, the great creator of the Communist Party, and founder of the Soviet State, he queathed to our part) the -acred • rvainc of the friendship "f the USSR peoples He came down wrathfully upon any manifestation ivhatever of nationalism and. in particular, he demanded an un tiring struggle against anti-Semi ISRAELITE CENTER CONSERVATIVE, 3175 S.W. 25th St., Miami Ph. HI 5-1529 Registration now open for Hebrew and Sunday School EDUCATIONAL DIRECTOR: RABBI SIMON APRIL Membership Being Accepted You are cordially invited to worship with us for the High Holidays Services Conduct. -4 By RABBI S. ALVIN SCHWARTZ and CANTOR LOUIS COHEN Max A. Parness, President Al Zisman, Chairman of the Board Temple Ner Tamid Overflow High Holiday Services RABBI MURRAY ALSTET CANTOR HYMAN FEIN FOR NON AFFILIATES Air-Conditioned Sklar Auditorium mmm i I:>IPI.I: ISKR TAMlll 80tr end CARIYIE AVENUE MIAMI BEACH $12.50 per person LATE F RIDAY EVENING SERVICES 8; 1 5 P.M. Iht General Community is Cordially Invited to SLICOTH SERVICES SATURDAY, SEPT. 18th 11:30 P.M. IN THE MAIN SAN CTUARY Temple Office Open from 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. THE UNION OF AMERICAN HEBREW CONGREGATIONS 816 Congress Building, Miami, Florida Rabbi Sanford Seltzer, 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 i < 4 4 TEMPLE ISRAEL OF GREATER MIAMI 137 N. E. 19th Street Serv ng Ai' j' Oidt County for 41 Years DP JOSEPH R NAROT. RABBI JACOB O. BORNSTEIN. CANTOR Services every friday evening of 8:15 o'clock Mid Week Herirew Cutset: North Miami—at John F Kennedy Junior High. South Miami -at University of Miami For Temple Affiliation and Religious School Information Call FR 91757 5950 N. Kendall Drive (S.W. Nth St.) SOUTH MIAMI. FLORIDA Cordially Invites You to Join Its Congregational Family. Religious School. Hebrew School. Nursery School. Adult Education, Youth Grace Phone MO 6-2536 Reeei Herkert ML Bou moors, DHL Adjacent to Coral Gables and Kendall TEMPLE BETH SH0L0M "The Liberal Congregation on the Beach" 4144 Chase Avenue, Miami Beach LEON KRo MMf ll. takki 0AVIB C0NVISER, Center NUP.IMV through CONFIRM ATION) Religious School Registration Now in Progress Cat) the Temple Office — JC 1-7231 for Information r**,*r^r*r^^^>>*r>r\r>rr>r^r^r>r>r>*r>r>r^r>r>>%e>r>^**r>r>^*^



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Pace 4-A +Jewlstncrkltor "eje wish Flor idian C~iT.cz jad PLANT — 120 N.E. Sixth Street Telephone FR 3-4605 Teletype Communications Miami TWX 305-696-4869 FRED K. SHOCHET Editor and Publisher LEO MINDLIN Executive Editor 6ELMA M. THOMPSON Asst. to. Publisher Tt< ."wih ("lor 1im do. not guarantee :^e Kashruth f the m — handl.e advertised In 'cs eolj-tina. Published every F-M.r ..noe 1T br The ^^'''"" at HO N F. Sixth Street. Miami .. r %  ; %  : 8econd-C!a Poatage PatJ at Miami Th. Jewish F..r.d..n h.. STVi^JSTwSM^ the Jewish Weekly MemM' of the J**''" ,(e Agency. Seven Art. Feature Syndic a *• %  %£*"*'„„ 0 f Servica. Nafon.l Ed.te-,.1 *•"•• pTl*-,,. Preea A.an. Engli.h-J.~nn New.papeta. ana the Fionas rr... SUBSCRIPTION RATES: Locai Area On. Year to 00 Three Year. H2.00 Out of Town Uoon Reque.t Volume 39 Number 38 Friday. September 17, 1965 20 Elul 5725 — NTTA Eternal Light Vigil For Jews of Soviet The national Eternal Light Vigil ir. Washington. D.C.. on Sunday should draw maximum attention to the plight of the Jews in the Soviet Union. As has been the case in a earietv of auerteons Dertaininq to Soviet life, the Kremlin line is tireless ly tc say c ::e thing while repeale doing another. Tl-.e anti-Semitic reign of terror iu the Stalin regime aave way to some easing but began to cl agair. after Nikita Khrushchev c into power Nevertheless, Russian auth ties have never given up quc Communist philosophy it anti-Semitism is a disease unique to capitalist life. But : speak for themselves. Enough evidence has emerged from the Soviet Union over the years to indicate thai official government policy is to destroy every vestige of Jewish cultural expression. In addition. Jews are required to be identified as Jews on then passports and other documents; while no other national or ethnic group must submit to similar treatment. And, it this were not enough, there is also proof that Jews have slowly but surely been relieved from higher posts in government, that t h e v are finding it increasingly difficult to achieve a proper proportional representation of their numbers in colleges and universities and that, most of all. their synagogues are being relentlessly closed down one by one for reasons ranging from bureaucratic excuse to the kind of outright absurdity suggesting little if any interest in disguising the motive. The Eternal Light Vigil on Sunday will point out these and many more excesses. It will emphasize the great number of world leaders in the arts, sciences and politics who have angrily spoken out against this policy. It will demand of the Soviet Union that it it doesn't want its Jews it should, as most of them would prefer, let them go. Miami to Protest Prejudice Miami will hold its own meeting in behalf of Soviet Jewry on Sunday evening at Miami Beach Auditorium. A capacity audience is expected to hear one of the nation's most distinguished religious leaders Prof. Abraham Joshua Heschel, of the Jewish Theological Seminary of America, lead our community in protest against Soviet anti-Semitisi Many Greater Miami personalities in civil government and spiritual lite will offer their expressions of resentment toward the biqotry that now threatens some 2,500 100 Jews behind the Iron Curtain. A huge turnout should help spur the significance of the national Vigil ::-. Washington earher in the day. cal office of the National Conference of Christiana and Jews for many years. As such played a valuable role in advancing the of good interreligious and interracial ties. His passing in Wisconsin last month came as a shock to all who knew and adrrf.red Rev. Karl. His untimely death will be mourned by his many friends and professional co-workers in the cause of basic American freeddoms and liberties at the memorial meeting on Sunday to Rev. Karl A : xl meeting for the [ate Rev. Max Karl Sunday afternoon v. s an expression o: 3: eater Mica : the passing ot o-.e of our con voted personal Re% The Spirit of Ecumenism The Ecumenical Council resumed its deliberations in Rome this week. Much specula' attended its opening. Rumors have flown back and forth across the Atlantic since the closing of the last session. Some suggested that the paragraphs n the Jews and religious liberties will be completely excised or sufficiently altered as to make them ineffective or meaningless. Others have implied that a behind-! scenes struggle seems to be pitting Pope Paul against Augustin Cardinal Bea, successoz: the spirit of ecumenism launched by Pope John XXIII. particularly over the question of the Jews. It would be difficult to rsses-; ai rumors, especially such that Vatican politics, whether in fact they realistic or not. But sufficient evidence seems to exist I things have advanced too tar c:: Pope continues to show sui J3 to place some of the fears, particul ing to the dercide issue, n anxiety than fact. One can not, of courswhat will eventually emerge out erations. There is nevertheless suffi pect that some of the ages-old injusl Jews in the name of religious philosoohnow about to come to an ortici the very spirit of this assumption has the process of creation and fulfil b the first ecumenical deliberations of I >. tion. What selves. : tinue to rely upon the morai. of the lew the week ... as i see it LEO MINDLIN by mm mi—! %  r J GVW' Friday, September 17. lggj ISRAEL'S Labor Federation %  the Histadrut. holds during the wee* B2ASL.S.?: UM polls to choose new offcers and directors wai Jlx years ago Since then th* monolithic organization'! leaden have managed to p u off regularly-schedui tions by internal power p,,|. tics The balloting Mindai may be a straw in the wind with respect to the national com. Nov. 3 between the Mapai Party and David Ben-Gurion's private •Israel Workers List.'' the Rafi. I'p until now. Mapai's major of Strength has lain in Histadrut. better than fifty percent of membership Mapai controlled What happens on Sunday wil -, whether Israels major party still controls that sizeable Bun But the country's -'rowing population also reflects Histadrut'] growing political strength, particularly because Histadrut. touches fust about even ares oi the country's political, economic, socii general Wallace fife This means, and it ba>. been so estisaated that Histadrut's membership toda) isome one-third larger than inization List held elections The increase is sui among Sephardic immigrants and native-born Israelis of ever) ei on How thej will vote on Sunda) may well tell what pai and Rail are up against come Nov. 3. p or j| i„ | ., • that Mapai has been losing significant ol Histadrut support over the past few years To make up -..,. p ar t) sought in illiance with Achdut Avodah But Ministei Levi Eshki to Achdut Avo lah'a demai reform, one of I> tions It was pre* iselj oiei I that 1 uion left Maps I %  3 election THt LONG VIIW Of POUT KM RIAUCNMINT I T WOULD HENCE e Ministei ilii ies i • a %  .... %  ,-• I • %  i the I at %  on '..' 'i nitioi •ment toward For man) i lerman pi B< n I iurton's n :n June. '.';:!:( rhesc con ences etail so precisi the Federal R %  : West German) t.ili on Sui lay the same day .is tfistadrut tion Bei Gurion more than ..: > ither Israeli politician %  thing particular!) bitterly amusing in this Since the two countries are so closely parallel in their tical experience one ma) well wonder aoout the natu • ierman electoral structure Ever) citizen there, age 2\ %  39 million men ami women comprising some To perci it %  in the Federal Republic, is eligible to vote West B %  er. like Washingtonians, but for different reasons, are from the ballot! THl MCCHANICS Of THt GIKMAN VOTING STKUCTUKt tJUEST BERLINERS not vote In leral elections resentatives in th and : :i political part) n -,• for an indl 1 •ill give his second vote to another party rhx -the • r political | art i Ucal parties in the I • Bts won bv a politic! I t wins the nati na elections the President pi %  p to the Bundestag Tl n rt) must receive more l '' Bui II ;,.. i,„ ,,,,, i|... %  %  • %  musl v • ,,;;,,.,. %  %  SOMl PAKAUH POLITICAL IXKfUlNClS JHE PRESIDENTIAL OFFICE w-II no! '-''He is chosen for five rears b) %  Federal Aeser. • The aesembl) consists ra and ai %  umber oi n I lives l those I -nes rhe Presi lent i nd five-year term HI """'" I'-' • M oi the Reich I : tual head of I "'' '''•'• %  %  ^ „f policy for his %  He • ernes v i ben who are then apn fflce unle • its lack of confidence in him Continued on Pg 11-A



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,*. 11/c oman s UUoM •"dTewislbi Floridian Miami, Florida, Friday, September 17, 1%5 Section 3 University Women to Meet Oct. 8 mwm %  Meeting to plan the fall activities of the Greater Miami Woman. American Friends of the Hebrew University, are the Mesdcmes Trudy Hamerschlaq. Anna Brenner Philip F. Thau, president, and Jacob Katznun. 'Fiddler on the Roof Due At Or Olom on Saturday ol Temple or Olom i playlet b i %  %  d on Fi Idler on the Roof" %  pre Selichot pro %  • vening, include* %  social hour, 10 p m followed by and concluding with services ushering in the Days. Officiating wlB be -. muel April, assisted by •> Feldman. ice presidenl ia Mrs. Emory Green, chairman tor the evening, Mrs Ralph FlsteJ Cast includes Harol I Schechter, Mi, Lawrence K.i; Ian. Dr and Mrs Herbert Seltman, Mrs AJ Levenson, Seymour Abrams n, Ruth W-hitmon, Ann Left will. E liot •herker and Roberl King. Musi< al KC mpanimenl is t>> Shel Ion Konisberg Mrs. Murray Rosenberg Is presi dent of Sisterhood Presiding over the first board eeting of the i!K>5-0tt season, Mrs. i'hilip P. Thau, president of the Greater Miami Women's Division ; the American Friends of the Hebrew University, reported on her summer spent on the campus of •hi Hebrew University in Jerusalem Mr and Mrs Thau, who lived in i student dormitory as participants in •• special course i ffen d m English for she first time this ear, w are able to attend an unusual seminar on finanee attended 1 \ ;i presentatives of the newly devclopini; Afro-Asian countries Plans for the coming year of activity 1 y the women in the Amen n Friends were announced by .i aco i> Katzman, program nairman The membership dessert lui* been Bobeduled for Friday, l c4 8, will be held at the Algiers Hotel, aoeording to Mrs. Anna Melr.uk. arrangements chairman. Ml I. T r u d y Hamerschlag is man of the Family Endow%  Program, %  new project conceived by Allan Bronfman, of Can. da, for honorary alumni who sponsor the stud^ of deserving Is raeli students. Mrs. [rving Seidel, North Miami Beach chairman, cned as an endower. and Mrs. Hamerschlag announced that her •\n bequest to the university will be set aside for the endowment pi i ram. Mrs Edyth Geiger, regional director of the American Friends, re•M rted nn recent activity on behalf of the Ruth and Jack Popick Miami Humanities Building The Greater Miami Women's Division pledged to raise the funds need rrstruct the downstairs lecture hall in the building, (lifts toward this project have already heei: i bed by MiOussie Amdur. Mrs Kate Meidennerg and Mrs Hamerschlag. in addition to the Oct. 8 memI. i hip gathering the Greater Miami Women's Division will hav • a November President's Reception at the Crystal House, and the Worn an ol the Year luncheon on Dec. it;, according t Mrs Anna Brenn< r Meyi rs, chairman of the W an of the Year Award Committee Statewide activities of the or za ion are under the It adership i I Mrs Samuel Simoi p.e-.ihut ol the Women • ^ J by ISABEL GRCVE i gratefl appreciation an) wh„ kept these column! Ii with newof their var. elaround the globe du o n i acation abroad iliowed me to England, and Italy, adding consider abl) ti my holiday pleasures II ... n u on a previous trip Hatched the changing of the ..i Buckingham Palace. visited the Tower ot London and talked to the Beefeaters, I spent less time on conventional sight• ing and a little more time followinj my own bent this time around Personal memorabilia — London Robert and Khzabeth." musical version of "Barretts of WimStreet;" historic costumes accessories for fashionable men and women s h 0 W n against luxurious settings In the Victoria and Ubert Museum; adding to my collection of Lone china cops and saucers; a rainy day in Portobello Market where mj most prised e was a sterling silver ; istei • finding that 1 could -itill be understood ; >> the natives' In Paris: the heavenly "cafe I em< et croissant-" on the Con tnental breakfast at the George \ enjoying what the French call flanant." or loafing, but with a purpose, strolling up the Champs Elyse* down the Rue de la Paix, along the Seine an i over its many bridge-. Mopping to rest at one of the numerous side walk cafes; Versailles and -ts teouloua Hall of Mirrors; the Louvre and the Venus de Milo, the Musee de Jeu de Paume at the comer of the place de la Qcorde which houses tmpresOOial paintings, so familiar to me m i he copies on my den wall; a pair ol spectacles made to order and signed by Pierre Merry; the inadequec) of my school French; finding a dozen gold handled knivewhich match forks and spoons brought to me as a gitt se\ eral years ago. A sun filled afternoon revisiting Roman landmarks in a carriage with the horseclip-clop the only sound breaking U Sunday quiet; a cappuccino at Cafe Doney on the Via Veneto; the Borghcse Gar dens and art Gallery; the elegant HUtury of the new Hilton Hotel and the magnificent view of Rome from Its rooftop restaurant; TivOil and Hadrian's Villa; discovering that knowing Italian lyrics to •Come Back to Sorrento" still left many gaps in my attempts at conver-ation Preparatory for the return trip by jet; finding that neither my lut-gage nor I VMS overweight; a customs officer who never for a moment mistook me for an International adventuress who might be -mu"dinu diamonds into the United states; HOME. • • • Allan F, Goodman, civilian ex eentive :i--istant to the Assistant Deputy Chief of staff. Headquarters, Marine Corps. Washington. DC. has lust been elected to Peru, honorary Senior S< iety at Northwestern University, where h will be a senior tins semester Son of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph L Goodman, he's also student representative on the Dssclipin%  ry Committee at the U Visited here this week to r' ire-Miami Beach Lodge. Bnai B'nth. which his father serves as presi dent. • • • Wi-ncof th 196^6*5 State of Florida Chess Championship held recently in Gainesville is David S Brummer, who thuweek re reived his cash prize and a magnificent two-foot high trophy in Coral Gables. The 20-year-old son of Cantor and Mrs Philip Brummer MM also winner of the l • <;4 c.."> Coral Cables Chess Championship and tied for first Continued on Page 9-B first at burdinr'n btll-lnntoins that Hiring front to bark! 148 Another first for Burdine's! Stretch pants with subtle flare below the knees to keep them belling from front to back. Styled by Mr. Dino in two-way stretch nylon for sleek, slimming fit. 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idov Septnb -.1965 Frida-. • 'Jenistfkrlcf/tr ?aqB 53 iOULEVARD 10 TIL 9 3C • ( S'OKI ,-. with the nparkie of imported stemware Graceful shapes in beautiful patterns. hand-blown stemware from Mexico lends an elegant touch to your holiday table. Choose the classic simplicity of American Heritage with gold or platinum band, tapered Gran Prix or squared Danse. Each pattern available in five sizes iced tea. water goblet, wine, champagne or sherbet and cordial JM CHINA AND GLASS, fourth floor, miami ii iih the traditional flavor of ear met wines Savor the full-bodied taste of Carmel wines, imported from Israel Choose Chateau Richon. Adorn Atic, Concord, Hock, Sacramental, Rose of Carmel, Cherry or Blackberry. Sorry, no COD s with a gift box of barton rhoeolate* shofar assortment, 13 ounce box j£.l*l new year assortment, • % • > fl k 1 pound box mrmtm*w A special treat to welcome holiday guests. Barton's bittersweet and milk chocolates combine in two delicious assortments. Boxed for holiday gift-giving, Sorry, no C.O.D.'s. JM FINE FOODS, first floor, miami



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iber 17, 1965 *Jelst Thrk/lnr Page 11-B SifTM r. M*ye Degree -fi where he I ed in the rd, tnd is i TWKKlore uarria leachite's ilTold tsidnev II Katz, Gables, now "' Inouncc the <" daughter, Sher Mayer, son member of JM ii Fraternity. Btol States oast lentlj associated %  i\ late evenia i sty, perform I I Herbert Baunv ird. was held at the Fontainebleea Hotel, where a i folThe bri.'al >*n ol white silk feature i kntf >nch • n and lac • i" The I tuffant and the bridal II. )iyi • : %  % %  < V i Mrs. n and ( irna K I idy, %  Best i I i rt rm id Al Bn ro ui.iien A | I • %  %  %  %  al the Ui he iin the ir is a graduate ol S utbwesl High and a member of Pbi Beta i'i Her bridegroom is a graduate senior in the University of Miami School of Business and Management, v her.he was assistant editor of the -Ihis.' l\I Year-book. SW MISS SHlKKtll RATZ Phi Bet Weds B^tl Newspaperman Mr and MrIn in. iroNS, m. ATTENTION! e isn Home for the Aged SHOP EDS YOUR DONATION NOW! A Deductible CALL 696'-2l01 ^ ^^^^VA^^VWW ,. 0 | to Lyons Sr %  ed '"i V\ m th*> h. me i i Ihe Mrs. Ja Tea., and was foll< v< I hi ia ,, nmr al (he Dri-lwi Hotel The bride attended th I niver SIH of London and was graduate i n., cum laudc. Phi Beta gap pa. from Sophie New comb College In New Orleans. l.a. She was a member of Sigma Delta Tau Sorority. Klected to A-sets and Morlar lhxird honor societies, she was the recipient ol a Teaobtai Fellowship at the University of Teams Tlie gfoom, a scholar-hip student at lulane l niversity in New Or Leans La., waa iradoetad magn. cum laude. Phi T-eta Kappa, atu was awarded a Woodrow Wilson i >i low --hip open giwhiaMon He attended Graduate School al i h e Universit) of Chici AH, a motor trip across the country, the couple "ill live al h, in Stockton, i al where the I rid ir< om will be on SI Miss Berman Is Bride Of Roqer Gandall Pule R*rmnn became Mrs Roger Gandall on Sunday. Sent. 12. at th. ii %  ••.,' Beach Hotel Dr Irving Lehrman officiated al the 2 o'clock | n t vows TI ithe (I i" !"•" m I Mrs. E *Hen Bei leer i I 5225 I Mr and 5 I dall Vve. % %  %  '• the i The bride I School and atOh i o State i r %  she v as a membi r ol Vlpha lion Phi Sorority, The en;om is a graduate ol Miami Beach High School, and will graduate from the I i It Miami with a degree in finance in January > COM, SK ADKLPHBS cm, fceovfhV, ftW> mi School^ 'ban coiwl ye. / % %  Ilow PM for „ryof our fin. tut """ %  2S9e W. Dial. Hwy. PI 7-7624 i US^A ^OM V young Jodw Meeting Firs! me Temple Beth Sholom i be held on t*hui %  • I i in the 'i< mple l.oun • U of Fla Students Are Engaged To be Married Dr and Mrs. Israel SloU-ky, of 2185 SW 17th St., announce the en _.i_ I '' :i> n '' r nor A %  k Vi x Girl's b. nev ; %  km Phi. 1 %  ntanl is a '< %  • Miami Bt II _'i. Royal Palm, attended the l niversitj of Flort la, where he ivaa a member ol Tau Epsilon Phi Fraternity, and u an alumnus ol the University of Miami He 1tbe son ->f Mrs. yetta Moas, 4-"II Alton Kd. ,lcrr> MOM served as beat mar.; smart Bluniin and Edward BCufson ushered. %  MUSIC • ENTERTAINMENT BOB NOVACK ORCHESTRAS INSURE TNI SUCCESS Of WEDDINGS • BAR MITIVAHS AND AU SOCIAL FUNCTIONS Orchestras-Trios-Accordionists UN 6-5434 -v I MISS MKON StOTSKY ANSWERITE TO.EPHONE ANSWERING SERVICE FR 3-2666 JE 8-0721 YOU OIT MORE CALLS WHEN YOUR PHONE IS ANSWERED RITE MODERATE RATES 24-HOUR SWVrCE — Serving — m mSOH MICHIAW. MUMJY^UHIOM ftANKtlN flAfA MiWTOn TYP.ST for Synagogue Office Knowledgt mimeograph desirable FR 1-47V5 PTie^HT EAGLE FINANCE CORP. 18348 N.W. 7 Av. Loom j:5 to 1600 It. whit >/.-" '// .i \JTappg, yjicaltlty £< T rotptreut vVcv year. and suggest you order your | Holiday t^fcllClS Early || Uhcu II ntcon even more Irctn S


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'age 14-A 9-jmlsf Ftcrtftor To• -sh dad cast,a of tin Jewis,;. ChTpe. art Pi 3e:..iir.g Cohnr.^us G~ wai river r.crr. %  I: hard so of tl tor his leode. £ :^nses '••-j ivl taag al Hebrev L'ahrersit) of Jeru He is also featured as cantor ir the U.S. Movie, "Faith in Flight," sponsored by the U.S. Ministry of the U.S. Air Force and Chaplaincies, which is now shown at U.S. Air Bases throughout the world. He vra the founder of the only Jewish Choral Socistj of South Carolina at well aK'r.at AmocTha Choral Soi Cantor Renzer will esadad • %  < a!! Sain, • nd Holy Day in thnan Bsnctnary of the cone HI also Pallet to Speck At B'na. B'rith • %  %  %  to Ui I v • of Sa -a. preside? At the recent wcW convert•ion h-ld in Israel Pallet was elected international vice president •* B'nai B'rith. %  Religious School !n Open House %  • %  %  the .Academy • N lUl L> a d e brainior Lewii G ser\< adirector ol Sky 1 k e •ol. whicr plans 'J to 0^1 p rr. The rj oaf eue has -ulSelkbol and High Holy Day Sen ices at Unified Hall with %  SirttuaJ leader Rabbi Jonah E Capita officiating teach Bar Mitrvah and prepare the h Holy Day and Friday ehoin He will be in charee oi the MttsU I>epartment of the •Ion Friday, September 17. igge —a s mmittee for foar pasn He „ i • of Baneaync Fen %  nd I/>an As! be has been A*,' 5 law at the 1WINNER OF 8 ACADEMY AWARDS KST CT HX HAtKliOM, BIST ACTOf CtOKt CVKOI, BUT MKCTOt *AJDREY HEPBURNREX HARRISON LINCOLfl THEATRE, IINCOIN ROAD MIAMI ma N ?.1701 MHCCSCAU IVfNWO PWOUUMCm MATINH KI']IMSI, A I '.2 3 75 7 50 peju %  •••.••• *c M EVEN 40s : M •* 30 COMFORTABLE AS AH OLD SHOE! ...AND NO STRINGS ATTACHED! There": r: ,h; "f like old shoes fcr &f %  %  CMRlv>*bte lee'itj ... just as there is n:": -f, a: cor'or'inj as a growinj savings account. HI! savings placed with Viami Beach Federal Savings sal Loan Alttciat M iwa trie same gaaerous rate — .ib NO STRINGS ATTACHIO! Your Savings Earn STARLIGHT ROOF DINNER-DANCING NIGHTLY TO THE MUSIC OP MAL MALKIN HIS PIANO AND HIS ORCHESTRA faturmg SUE LAWTON Superb Continental Dining V'st Uf STARLIGHT LOUNGE for braathtaking vtaw RafaelPorras on Accoref/on No Cover, No Minimum 7\ D0K\L ST ."•• oceai at 48th Street, Miami Beach Reservat o' J'h AVINUI AND /fH |r NOIIHAI.T



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Friday. September 17, 1965 %  knist fhrlcffrn Pag? 5-A Major Israel Parties See Rough Race should not continue civil servant. at r-t-or Continued from Page l*A Dinstein, special ai'pp<>rt of Mr. BenMapai secretary Reuven Barkatl is another new name on -.„ Mapai li-' |i. K1 on the Rafi list went expected t<> Ben C.urion. Others ". ,.,|,. r -,:< %  Yizhar Kmilansky. i ,..,< Matilda Chez. former iing Minister Jo>ef Almoj>i. tzhak Navon. former ARriculi Minister Moshe Dayan and .,„.,CWef of Staff Zvi Esur. A ipokeaoHUi hinted that a relurn to the Premiership by Benf.urion w not a prior condition .,. Raffs joinii g a future coalition. A former Chiefs of Staff. Haim Laskov and Mordecai Maklof, .,,! ihe Mapai list The Rafi list was closed by former Chief of Staff YaacOV Don Thus five for .if Staff appear on the ists. Israel's three religious groups— National Religious Party, Agudat Israel and Poale AgodaI Israel —will run separate tickets. Negotiations for a united religious '.ont failed after the Council of Sages advised Agudah Israel •gainst participation in such a fraud. Top places on the list of t h e National Religious Party (Mil-1 raehi-Hapoel Hamirachi. went as \pected to such key figures as Health Minister Moshe Shapiro. Social Welfare Minister Josef Burg, and Religious Affairs MinBeth Am Brunch Slated Sunday Joseph Retsmtn. chairman of I' h i Membership Committee of |Tcmple Beth An. ha* planned a tninch for pro-pective members < n Sundav. at 10 a.m. in the Social Hall Rabbi Herbert M Baumgard will [j..-wer questions, and prospective "embers will be /*iven an opportunity to meet officers and board < %  the Temple They will also be taken on a tour of the facilities, Including MM Sanc\. Youth Lounge, Library, Musk Room, Adult Fduoat on Room. Arts and Crafts Room, and classrooms ister Zorah Warhaf^it. The party said that Yitzhak Rafael, former Deputy Health Minister, had not been placed on the list because he had been associated with a scandal in the He.illh Ministry in which a hifih official was sentenced to prison for allegedly receiving kickbacks from contractors Mr Rafael resigned to clear his name. Achlut Avodah's list, included most key leaders in the outpoint Knesset The list included Israel C.alili. Con Yiyal Allon. Moshe Camel, Mordechai Bibi. Ruth Hektin. Zeev Tsur and Moshe Erem. The joint Herut-Liberal list (Gabal) included Josef Sapbir, Elimeleh Rimalt, Yosef Serlin, Mordechai Sterr and Prof. Hans Klingohffer. The Herut candidates for the joint list included all party leaders, headed by Menahem Beigin and Yohanan Bader. The list did not include Aryeh Altman, Nashum Levin and Binyamin Arditi, all members of the Fifth Knesset. The left-wing Mapam, an opposition party, was the first to complete Inst allot ion Luncheon Slated Florida Women's Division of the N a t i o n a l Parkinson Foundation ill hold its installation luncheon • Saturday, 12 :$o p.m.. at the Deauville Hotel Napoleon Room. tpfi& 0 M*e ctiHce PRESCRIPTION OPTICIANS fASHION CINTIK Of THF SOOTH wtrgett Selection In Lateet Styles for Men and Women FREE PARKING SPACE IN REAR CONVENIENT TO BUSES 728 LINCOLN ROAD (On Ihe Mall) Phone JE 8-0749 Oculists' Prescription* trilled CONTACT LENSES 7T OTARION HEARING AIDS Ar U.H.. WHILE YOU WAIT Imtfvlt, m>4 M.H. Iwpena! Hearing Aid Ca. M N.E.Jnd Ave. 377-1021 TMMS TMDfS its list, which was announced last week. Supreme Court Justice Moshe Landau, serving as chairman of ihe Central Elections Committee, wa.jriven unlimited authority by most Israel political parties to stop any practices during the campaign which he considered unfair or illegal. The parties signed an agreement empowering him to act in such situations, without appeal against any rulings he might make. They issed a joint statement pledging to conduct a lair campaign lor the November balloting. The parties signing the agreement were the Mapai-Achdut Avodon alignment, the joint HerutLiberal bloc, the National Religious Party. Mapam. the independent Liberals, former Premier Ben-Ciurion's new Israel Workers list, and the Communist parties. Agudat Israel and Poale Agudat Israel agreed to sign the pledge later Gen. Zvi Tsur, who resigned •s chairman of the United StaesIsrael Desalination committee when he jointed Mr. Ber Gurion decided this week to continue in that post, after a personal appeal from Premier Levi Eshkol, Gen. Tsur quit the chairmanship because he felt that as a candidate for political office opposing Eshkol s Mapai Party, he Mr Eshkol sent him a message expressing the view that • resicnation was "iH-considerc: and asking him to remain in the post. The chairmanship apparent: was regarded by the Premier as a borderline ease, making (; %  • Tsur the head of an internatior. %  >!-<>jeet and. therefore, not strictly an Israeli civil service office h uder. Which Is Better For Your Company Pension Trust Or Profit Sharing? r % I % | The Be*t Answer May Be Pension or Profit Sharing or Bo*. t It 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 Plats. Chances Are Your Financial Advisers Already Know Us. Jk rtNBlON THUS' JO PXOI ir '.HAWING 'l"l FIRST FLORIDA CONSULTANTS INC I i ION I 't.'"C'S' *o MIAMI BtCH FLORID* 33162 Malvtn L. Kartsmer, Pros. 945-6344 Loui. G Weeds'.-, v PI ; ATTENTION! Jewish Home for the Aged NEEDS YOUR DONATION NOW! "All Items Tax Deductible" CALL 696-2101 Dade Federal has only loaned enough money to finance half the homes in Miami.... we're working on the other half now. Since organization in 1934, Dade Federal has loaned more than 435 MILLION DOLLARS ON 41,250 FIRST MORTGAGES. That's a lot of money and a lot of loans in anybody's language. Statistically, it's enough to finance about half of all the homes in the City of Miami. We think It's pretty good, and we probably could have done better. But, you know how it is when there's high-powered competition all over the place. That means one thing. We musi have a loan policy as good or better than most. Not riskier .. better! So, if you as an individual, a builder or broker need first mortgage financing to buy, sell, build, refinance, repair or remodel homes or commercial property you ought to check Dade Federal's loan policy before you make any final decisions. We think you'll find our appraisals, rates, costs and terms in keeping with today's market conditions .. and, the competition. Another thing. We have to have money to loan. We're willing to pay a liberal return for it, too. 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Friday. September 17, 1965 JnHsti Flcrldfr&rr Page 3-A "errple Menorah fill Mark 16th anniversary ii-,. Near 57?<5 "ill mark the I eraarj ol the founding Menorah, To celebrate ,. Temple Menorah will -Temple Sweet Sixteen Ocl 3, Leonard Rosen, Biesidi rrt, announeed. ii was durtne the High Holy ,,. Hebren Yen r 5710, jhai ;i I roup ol ftwilltea Uvlrfg in \ • % %  Shore area united to tether In a local theathe) rented for the ROBB Hashon, services.' Rosen recalled "Fo 'cwrng the Holy Days, I they 4 : Tried the North Shore Jewisr. Center and met in back of -ndry shop, where they conduced Sabbath services, sponsced a Hebrew School, and [even fanged for social events Ito ker 'he newly-or-janiied families tt pether." \ ears later, ha* ing i is nami lo rei iple Men has become i serva • s in the greater Miami .. i • di r the spiritual guidance Mayer Abramowitz, who ng hififteenth year ol y ici • re, Temple Menorah has n ( nt h in numbers and In ytatun Rosen declared. Its tuary, located on 7">ili K' and Inekens \\r I> Idled to ipacit) with a membership close |o 550 '. mileThe Ri ligious School consists of daily Nursery School. %  Sundaj Ichool and a Hebrew School, with I'miiir: ion classes, Board of Directors is under the Fadership of Rosen, who ha> MUCH MORE IS NEEDED Religious Facilities in Viet By DAVID H. WHITE SAIGON fJTA) — The urgent need for more Jewish religious facilities for Jewish personnel in the United states forces in South Viet Nam has again been pointed up for this observer, That need and its urgency are seen BE great er than ever following a visit by this correspondent to the SS MidV ay, the huge aircraft carrier of the Seventh Fleet III service In Viet Nam water-. The StOTJ goes back to la-t Passover, Of the 3 500 men in the Midway's i1 implement, 12 Jews sal down t" Seder on the first night of Pass zed aa leader in mam civic ver, The food had been prepared Pedera ,,,: tne ''"" a '" x oks under the supervision of one I and the II.: I I In i I l\ II t "the al be aimed a1 in* l verj %  ph. r, the new and the old in the grand celebration thai planned prayer hooks Two of the (lew members, l.t Ronald Lightstone and Chief Fireman Abec agreed that regular Friday evening i \:i,'should he held on the Midwax after they receive the Jewish prayer book-. Asked whether there were only l? .lews aboard the ship, the answer came quickly: "No .me asks %  r man'religion 11 I • %  ceme i lear mat others md swer the call to Sal.hath i \ ii es ii they chose to do \i-it tn the Midway again illustrates the truism that Jews > want to perpetuate their Judaism wherever they are. and the n I for encouragement to worship ia their faith. [fONARD ROSEN I Jewish National Fund (Keren Kayemeth L. % %  >raei> Jewish Issue At Ecumenical Continued from Page 1-A substitution, the Vatican, source -lated. WSS to avoid •confusion and misunderstanding," particularly because of the "different into do thai particular job. The Catholic chaplain aboard had arranged for the use of the officers' mess for the Seder. The ingredients had been provided by the National Jewish Welfare Board. The service was conducted from an old Haggadah that had somehow been left, probably by accident, in the ship's library. A Negro member of the crew who knows Hebrew participated in th Seder. There is a very busy Jewish chaplain here in Saigon. Rabbi Richard Dryer But even he had not known of the Seder aboard the Midway. Like all chaplains in this RAT PROOFING A Specialty KlGUlAK PfST CONTROL FOR 1M HOm AND BUSINISS FREE INSPECTION TRULY NOLEN EXTERMINATORS Tel. FR 71411 600 N.W. 7th AVE. terpretationa given to the Issue by theater. Rabbi Dryer, who makes \ iland .lewhis hadquarters here. i< constantAnsa also indicated that t h e >' making trips away from his of declaration on relations with KMB Sal 011 lo OUtOOStS. ChristhtfSS, inchading the Jaws, as Since Passover, several of the well as the proposed declaration men (>n the Midway requested that on re li gious freedom, may not be they be furnished with Jewish included in the Schema <|e Bcclesia i on the Church) or attached as an appendix to it as originally planned, hut may be issued indepen dently. The motivation tor this was -aid to lie the desire to Underline more rtrongk) the religious nature i the declaration of the .lews and to rule out an) possible politic al Interpretations. Wishes ifs affiliates and the entire Jewish Community A HAPPY, HEALTHY, and PROSPEROUS KM YEAR BE A DEVELOPER OF "ME AM!" 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Fage 10-A +JelstncfMf**r Friday. September 17, 1965 G^ib^Denics He's Brainwashed sraeli asthmatic patients at the Jewish National Home for Asthmatic Children at Denver are taught significance of the Shotar by the director of religious education. Rabbi Uaim Davidovich. Avner Lipovsky 12. of Tel Aviv, uses the Shotar as Mina Asanta 13, of Givotaim, chants scriptural mstrucions. Mrs. Dorothy Ritterman. 932 15th St.. Miami Beach, s president of the South Florida Council of Presidents of the NHAC. RABBI MAXWEll BtRGlK Great Books Discussion Group Fourth Discussion Group of the cat Books Program was to hold Initial meeting of the new leans Thursday, 7:30 p.m.. at the mi Beach PublicLibrary, Selections from Confctahis were • be discussed, with the moating .ii to the public. Books are read and discussed in < pth ever) two weeks under the Btinuing co-leadership of Dr. %  bert Litowitz and Dr. Stanley truck. Rabbi Berger Named Temple Zamora Leader Rabbi Maxwell Berger is the new .spiritual leader of Temple Zamora at Coral Gables Ainslee Ferdie. president, announced Rabbi Berber's appoint input this week. Rabbi BeXgej representthe fourth generation of rabbis in his family. Ferdie said Rabin Berger began his training in Toronto. He then became a student at the Hebrew Theological College and Yavneh Theological Seminary. Rabbi Berger has served pulpits in Canton, 0., and Pittsburgh, Pa. He conducted classes at State Teachers College in Indiana, and preached at Washington and Jefferson College. He served as chaplain at Mor gajtta Ri Uuinatory and established 8 chapel and regular sei \ ices at Ohio State Penitentiary. lie was executive director of the Tri State Histadrut Committee and is the author of "Beneath the Surface." Rabbi Berger is a regional vice president of the Florida Association of B'nai B'rith Lodges and is a 32nd degn e Mason, Continued from Page 1-A views of my Government. The question is an irrelevancy. The real question is: What .s the United States position? I have expressed mysolf on many isues in my personal life. I am still the same man I was before. The American position is friendship with all countries in the Middle East to help them work out their destiny. What I said privately doas not conflict with this position of the United Stares. I have never said anything diWaront in my private capacity." Meanwhile the failure of the United Nations to deal effectively ; with threats to peace was deplored ; in Ottovva this week by David Hacohen. chairman of the Israeli Parliament's foreign allaus and defense committee, in an address before 650 parliamentarians from GO countries assembled at the conference of the interparliameni tary I'nion. Mr. Hacohen. head of the Israeli delegation, and frequetly a member of his country's delegation to the United Nations General Assembly, asserted that the UN lias tailed in its main purpose, under the first article of the UN Charter, which calls for the maintenance of International peace and security through collective measureagainsl aggression ,,,. uii that what the Charter .. % %  ,%  ',,] mils i l „. Ltiemen. oi disputes by peaceful means He PoWrfoJ ihat mtei et the* continue un ked He said the UN has proved ,t M lf unable to cope adequately not only with breaches of the peace but even with threats of peace. This impotency has a corrosive effect on the UN Organixalion." According to the Israeli. the ven lialls constructed for the put pose ol prompting peace echo with shameless exposition of the schemes ol one member stati attack and dfttTO) another in ill I violation of the Charter'! basic tenet^ %  ^ *++~~* ^^^'^"^ *y BETH TORAH CONGREGATION "North DoaVi fi" •""" i"f* $ %  •?•••" ,051 No. Miam, Beach Blvd.


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Fc:* 5-A JeUtncrrttor Friday. September 17. 1955 Special Service Set at Beth David ~r. Max A L-pschlfc spiritual lecder of 3*-.Torch C0r.7rec~.-r. rr.d Cantor JcrcB er-z*: 3 = o w n with the congregation s H-cr. Hoiy Day choir. They will usher in the n.rh Holy E)ay season w-.th special Selkrhot %  ervicM or. ScBBsrdcrv Dd m-dnight Top row .f=to right are David Philo. Charles La-. crr.be. Herman Hamburg. Joseph Galane c=d Herbert Bindennan. Shown lefc to right -cr.om are Cantor Renxer. Mrs. Martin ErctHBHOL Mrs. Stanley Caidin, Mrs. Sanon Bail. Miss Carol Mackenzie. Mrs. Joseph Solomon Mrs. Esther Berlin. Mrs. Jerome Bmnner and Dr. Lipscfaitz. Not shown is Mrs. Daniel Abramow-.tz. Preceding the service. Dr. Lipechitz will conduct a High Holy Day Institute at 10 p.m. Mollie Kahaner Sisterhood will tender a social preceding the service. The choir is scheduled to trppeai Sunday morning on the "Still Small Voice" over WCKT Ch. 7 at 10 a^n. 'Trunk Man' Gets 13 Years JERUSALEM JTA — Mor deefesj L'A. central figure in a trizarre Egyptian kidnap attempt in F.cjue last year. as found •his week on SLX counts of ssnr. State activities and sentenced to ;ear* imprisonment The imp icatioa of the verdict atha* "* had spied for Egypt. L .' was doped and hidden in a spec .ally-outfitted trunk by Egypt.a-dc asked to spiracy to provide state secrets to information •Tin intent to aid the an enemy counrty. and providing enemy. :,,,,! Congregation wJH •••'"'• %  : -' rii Landau from ll a %  ... M in the iry Cantor William W. Lipson. l -. his been with the congreoit.cfor 10 years, and the Beth David choir conducted by Albert Svuman. have prepared special composition* 'or the occasion. T! open with Psalm 145 ...t to m u -1 c bj i omposer and oonclude it* losei Abraham EllsteuVs musical ar rangemenl of the traditional prayAd Agency Opens New Quarters To Herald Bldg. New quarters for Miller. Bacon Avrutis 4 Simons. Inc adverts in? agency, are on the sixth floor of the Miami Herald Building Sanford Bacon is president of the firm which i> the State of Florida advertising agency for the promotion of tourism Other principals are Milliard Avrutis. Arthur H Simons and H Julian En^ Designer ot the new quarters .. iMaurice Pavlov. U.rru Maikavnu — Our r • !,. r Oar Km The btargkal music pr. %  four phases of xhcha. interpard ii T>-.£ <: BEST RENTAL VALUE ON MIAMI BEACH FREE .SB? t r0VT # I /U per moM* 2 Bedrm. A Furnished Apt*. Also Avail. h here -v-a %  on cfai" ax i •' The Scholar larthip has always played a leading role in the Jew i.*h ethic, but even in that tradition Michael Heilprin's scholarly attainments were extraordinary. Born in Russia in 1428, Heilprin emigrated to Hungary and became a fighter for freedom in the 1S4* revolution. When the revolution was suppressed, he was forced to flee and emigrated to the United State*. While earning a scant living as a teacher. Heilprin made the acquaintance of the editors of Appleton's New American Cycloptdia. Impressed by his learning, his photographic memory and his knowledge of 12 languages, they offered him the job of editor. In addition to writing many of the leading articles for the Cyclopedia. Heilprin revised and edited all historical, geographical and biographical items, an incredible feat when contrasted with the it iffs if editors and -• %  • %  cialista compiling modern encyclopedi Heilprin also became an editor of D .Vafiwt.Hewaa the author of 7V,, // ical P,tr\, of the Ancient Hebrews, A passionate advocate of liberty, he became an outspoken foe of slavery In this connection, he wrote scholarly articles refuting the view that slavery was justified by the Old Testament. When, after the pogroms of 1880, thousands of Russian Jews emigrated! the scholar became an organizer. Heilprin established Jewish agricultural colonies in New Jersey as well as in Kansas Oregon and the Dakota*. Largely through his efforts the Hebrew Emigrant Societv came into being. The outstanding r.on-theological J ,wish scholar ... America in the nineteenth century, Michael Heilprin died in 1P LORILLARD COMPANY ESTAailSMCD I'SO first with the Finest Cigarettes through Lonllard research P. t ? 1



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%  MMMBBMM Friday. September 17. 1965 Page 10-B +Jewls*nt>rl(t**n ranee 9 Jlel, man We th e Women ROBIRTA WOMAN OF THE WEEK Roberta (Mrs. Eugene) Weiss is a product of the Miami Bech schools. Nautilus. Ida M. Fisher and Miami Beach Hih School. She can easily be called a "sabra." Born in Long Island. N. Y her family moved U> Miami Beach when &he was quite young She excelled in sports, track, vollev ball, and soft ball, but still was a feminine irl who grew up to be a lovely young lady. She did modeling for some of the scores on Lincoln Rd.. met her husband. Eugene, when she was still in hi.2h school, but it wasn't until two years later that he started to court her in the old-tashioned way. and they were married a year later. Roberta was the youngest president B'nai B'rith Women ever had. She was president of the Miami Beach Chapter. As a devoted daughter. Roberta felt her mothers illness so deeply that she wanted to do something to help others, as well as her mother. She and her husband were appointed chairmen of the Heart Forum, and conducted the fii-1 forum which is now held ever) rear. Roberta was on the Hoard of Directors of the Heart Forum and coordinated her part of the Beach, aa well as the iob of fund-raising After working diligent!) for these organizations, Roberta retired to be a good mother to son Mark, who is now four years old. R 1 rta ia cul from the cloth that makes good >*> iticien wife — her husband recently was an1 ..1 Miami Beach Roberta is pretty, charmin politics, and she is always husband is doing. To ether, they make team Her athletic inclinations have tut • she takes Mark to the golf course to drive good for insize and age in their the Dresden and Meissen and Sevres that they have been collecting are prominently displayd. Roberta says she likes to dine instead of eat. and they try all "i the new restaurants, but sometimes Bngene. who loves plain good Hungarian cooking, stays home and hihand at some of his favorite dishes, Roberta too They have been to Europe, but before they go back again, Roberta wants to see America first. preferably the West. While their house ia fine tor enter• %  nhig, tl adding a patio to it so that they can accommodi people. Not cardplayers, they like to sil around after dinner and discuss their f< politics. Instead of wilting ui 1 % %  igorous < rns. Bin •that kind 01 girl TEMPLE MENORAH Miami Beach, Fla. REGISTERING NOW NURSERY PRE KINDERGARTEN AGES 3 to 5 Years LICENSED STAFF HEBREW PROGRAM OBSERVANCE OF HOLIDAYS ARTS t CRAFTS SECULAR PROGRAM DRAMATICS A Recogniied Reading SIMPLE HEBREW CONVERSATION Readiness Program SONGS AND DANCES INDIVIDUAL ATTENTION For Further Information Phone UN 6-2156 Marlene Braun, Norman Broad Married Here A formal dinner at the tainehlcau Hotel followed t wedding there of Marlene Lou.se Braun and Norman Broad on Sundav. Sept. 12. at 6 p.m. Rabbi Berel Wain officiated at t n e nuptials. The brides sister. Mrs. Jacqueline Kaagan. was her only attendant Thev are the daughters of Mr. and Mrs. Mitchell Braun. 3200 NE 36th St.. Ft. Lauderdale. i Son of Mr. and Mrs. Albert Broad. 4330 Nautilus Dr.. the bridegroom had his uncle.. Shepard Broad, as best man. peau de soie with train. The lace For the ceremony, the bride selected a floor-length sheath of bodice of the gown was trimmed I with pearls and crystal, and she I curried an arrangement of white orchids and roses. New Mrs. Broad, who has a BS degree in nursing from the University of Florida, did graduate work in England and France and \r a member of Alpha F.psilon Phi Sorority. Her husband has a BA degree from the University of Miami and an IIP degree from the University of Florida Law School, where \\ • :n.r-Kahn MRS. NORMAN BROAD MffS. GEfAlD fRIlDMA* Miss Pivar Weds Medical Senior The former Michelle Aileen Pivar and Gerald Stanlev Fried he" served a %  "-" er united m iiamageon Saturday, Sept U. wtn j" r Lehrman ofucieting Irving Association. He also served as president of Phi Beta Kappa, and belongs to Zeta Beta Tau and Phi Doral Country Kappa Phi. scholastic honorary, of the Now associated with an Insurance group in Jacksonville, where the Nt MrKrM'lman. who made ,,., detail in nn • %  **** %  0 f Coral fi Bttrnded Sophie Newcaanb I uUete and graduated, cum lawde fjj^'tti rite tZ -i, L'niv-rmt, 4 couple "ill live at 1564 Arcadia Dr Broad and his bride are honeyng in tlexico City and Acapulco. reception which followed Parents f the new Mr and \lrStrV 2<'th St Judy Trattner, Donald Sabin Are Engaged The engagement of .1 u d y Lynn Trattner, daughter of Mrs Sooky Trattner. of San Francisco. Calif., and Marvin Trattner, Ol Sacramento. Calif., to Donald Charles Sabin, ton of Mr. and Mrs Benjamin Sa bin. of 841 47th st Miami Beach, has been announced. The bride-to-be attended the I'ni veraU] Ol Colorado and the Cm verity of California, and. is a moer of Alpha Epsilon Phi it) She is the granddeu ol Mrs Rose Lehrman o:'.e of the early settlers of Miami Her fiai SI Lhuversitj and graduated from the l niveratty of Miami. The couple plan to be married oii Ocl %  in San Frai and v Mrs Sam Friedman. Ill"' ,;, ii St The bride's atten j11. vni irmly K %  els. and Barl Lisa [lowei to the bi •" %  vv;is Lachman, Frank 1 %  : %  licit Wein Iron served aushers 1965 No • I the W 01 M "" '"" 1, ,. • '"' the I 1M imi H. I 1 '• its I \\V Menorah Rabbi Slated on TV EGBMM Meyer AaratnowiU sp ual leader of Temple Menorah. v ill appear on the Jewish Wi Hour under the auspices "I the Rabbinical Associal in of Greater Miami on Ch. 10 I H i subject, "The Making of Man." will lx> dedicated to the themeof R • h Hashona, which traditionally commemorates the birth of mankind. 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Friday. September 17. 1965 • Jewish nkrHftr Page 7-A New Doubts About Jewish Schema Sj/tk VK S j A seriously ill sailor. Marinus Boom. 21. is hoisted aboard the S S ihalom in mid-ocean after being transferred from the Dutch ireighter "Alamak" in one of the Shalom's motor lifeboats recently. The Master of the Shalom was congratulated ] by the U.S. Cocrst Guard for the rescue at sea. The 25,300 lar'ositon flaqship of the Zim Lines was bound for New York Ifrorr. Haifa when it received the medical distress call. Rabbi Herzog To Quit British Post Continued from Pag* 1-A May 31." Chief Rabbi Israel jfcroc whom Dr. Heriog was UcheaiHed to succeed in Novem\btr. -(tired last June afttr isrvi-^ m. the post since 1941. i -alem. it was reports! Herxi j's surprise . 7 p m ;it 1(125 Miami [anlvn Dr. In charge of infoiii' A n (I re a Schulman. iip vice president; Bar lara Morrison, program vice pres I i David Skup. president Chief Rabbi was taken after medical tests in Switzerland confirmed a medical diagnosis in Jerusalem that he needed prolonged trial ments and recuperation trom surgerj Complicationa developed after an appendectom). and doctOCB ad\iscd the former Israeli envoj to Canada to avoid the strain of public life. Dr. Hanog left last week Cor Switzerland to convalesce, Then he received similar advice, leading bun to inform the chief Rabbinate Council in London tliat be had decided not to accept the position. H:_IDAY GREETINGS from 1JONEL PINCUS ]ULES PINCUS P.l BERT SCHOCKETT 1.1! S PHARWV DISOUNT DRUG STORES MIAMI 2S15 SW 3rd Ave. Ph. 379-2836 MIAMI 7E80 Coral Way CA 1-8222 CORAL GABLES 4C1 Miracle Mile HI 8-1728 : R EE DELIVERY C/io-re Accounts Available ROOF LEAK? CALL vMTon emm Let us repair it or apply a new one. For free estimate phone: ^^ ACME < contestant Tablets. Dristan works through the bloodstrean and brings relief in minutes from sinus congestion, pollen allergies and colds' misei it Dristan contains: 11 • The decongeatant most prescribed by doctors. It reaches all congest I areas in minutes ...shiinkswollen nasal-sinus passages helps drain away pain-ca ising pressure and congest i from all K clogged sinuses • • rest normal breathing, i-) A scientific anti-ajlergcnt to block allergic reaction often associated with colds, and to protect you against fui ther allergy irritations. Stops sneering watery, itchy eye*. (3) A highly effective pain-reliever t" i> fever and relievi body a i and pains. Be stir.to buy Dristan Deconge itant Table todaj There jnothing like Dristan to fast and prolonged relief when taken as due. te I. Tl is exclusivi Dristan formula cannot be duplicated. Accept no aubstituuas. The Guardian Life Insurance Company Of America is proud to announce the appointment of Samuel J. Rabin as a General Agent A graduate of the University of Miami, Mr. Rabin has combined an outstanding business life with a heavy Bchedule ot public service activities. The Cincinnati-born General Agenl owned and operated a Mi imi hotel for ten years. Prior to thai time he owned n display firm and was a B promotion consultant Mr. Rabin lias served as Presldenl of the North Shore Kiwauis Club, chaired Ihe business and industry drive of the Heart Association ol Gre Miami, is on the board ot directors ol Ihe Ann I t er Sni iety, and is a Pillar ol I I the Hope School for Mentally Retarded Chili He us a former vice-mayor and councilman ot the The Samuel J. Rabin Agency 1141 du Pont Building • Miami 33131 • Tel. 373-8731 Your Guardian for Life The GUARDIAN Life Insurance Company OF AMERICA A Mutual Company Established in 1860 in New York City • Life • Health • Group • Pension Plans town of Surfside, and is n member of T He now lives in Miami Beach with his and their children, Selma and Sam, lr. A( live in Ihe Miami \ i of Life Undervt iilei9 and a member ol Ihi Dollai Round Table, he \\ is n Man i for h for 196-1 and I %  m inj aw fur his acl nts in Ihe insurant c im • • Rabin and his comj • iBBQ and which h is o\ ei ihree billii n ol life insur mi e in fori e. Thej will be hap show you how you and your fanji '" % %  ''' e with Guardian life and hi Them are now thl lian offices serving Greatei Miami thj R S Pon I .. another agencj at BIS N.E, 125th Street



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Fr.dav September 17. 1965 •JfHlsti nrrtriitr Page 9-B B ETH David Syna jogue Instal• g <\ 1 :in 1an as -pi leader Sunday muht. At [•Mr reception, which followed the services. Mrs l.andau greeted „ mbers in a black faille crepe hwo-piece enataMB. The full Length coat, which covered her [sheath dress, featured a doubleIn, ml slMWl collar of gold and Uuggage ^atln. and was lined in |t he luggage-colored satin. Mrs Max Sliver, whose husIrand is pre-.dent of Beth David. Lriected a black and gold lame [two piece knit Her overblouse ll.ad a semicowled neckline, and [bracelet length sleeves, and she jmade her black lace hat. Mrs iGussie Margubee chose a sunl flower yellow and white silk print, with a jade necklace at the jewel neckline. A black imported knit was worn by Mrs. Alex Miller. Black at;n banded the neckline and sleeves Mrs. Morris Rabinowitz I was in a moygashel linen jacketIdress of multi-colored tone flow i rs printed on white. Her daughter. Janet Sue. wore a lime I green knit shift with a ruffled neckline was worn by Un Al Lev. |u|RS. tferseM Roscnthals "" %  navy blue knit featured chalk white and red beads appliqued on the bodice A red silk chiffon scarf un tucked in the V neckline. Mrs. Robert Shcvin had a white Chelsea collar on her two-piece black crepe. Mrs. Fred Sher wore a turquoise silk suit with a turquoise and white silk print blouse. Mrs. Jack Toppell's eggshell-colored knit had the bateau neckline and long raglan sleeves. Pastel coral was the color of Mrs. Albert Sussman's two-piece knit, which featured the popular softly-cowled neckline Mrs. Harry Gordon topped her navy blue silk shantung with a selffabric stole. Jet caviar beads trimmed the neckline and hipline of Mrs. Norman Frisch's twopiece black wool knit. Black and white was the color combination choice of Mrs. Henry Kamen. A reverse print in a full-length coat was worn over the empire line dress. Don't fiddle around! When it comes to gefilte fish Mothers knows best. ... .. %  1.• Mather's "l^**~5*&m Because we ilon't iitkllc around when we male gefilte fish! We use only the plumpest, juiciest, "img fish— fresh from fc) Northern lakes. W add just the right pinch of spices. Then —just like the mothers of old — wc slow simmer our gefilte fish to bring out all its tender, delicate flavor. Result: Mother's gefilte fish has that traditional taste and texture that's just like homemade. So for glorious dining during the High Holy Davs —and for every festive occasion—serve Mother's, the fish for compliments. and don't forgot Mother's Borscht Kosher (Q) Pareve Ttom the spotk*. kitchen* of Mothex'. Food Product*. Inc.. Newsrk 5, N. J. Mi Frank Rose chose a twolinen knit in a u d color with a deep brown trim An ombroidered flowers on her i blous Vh id n ted cottoi Mrs Philip .-• Her waist length jacket f( at • and iscot lypi ol neckline. Her daughter. Judi, wai in a petal sheer wool suit v. ith a ruffled neckline, < >mbre i mkj dominated in th o\ er die r %  on Mrs Sam Stahl Muted pink flowers on re the featun tl cket dn ss ensembled elected bj Mi • Al Bei r Pink and whlto ii i %  ibbed rs Jack E n net's i hoice li< r A-line dr< semi-fitted hip-length jacket. White diagonals criss-crossed the gold silk sheath worn b) Mrs Charles Adclman. blue silk linen was the ol Mrs Max Bergman, A el styled jacl el topped her • i which had a hand em broidered white fl< ral api liqui Hong Kong over to on it the waistline. Robbins and petite wife Rita this year Jetting north with sons Randy and Da vid. they managed to see several of Broadway's best shows in addition to the World's Fair But on their return to Miami, found they needed a rest, so they relaxed in Jamaica Topped oft the summer by journeying to South America, making stops at Caracas, and Venezuela with th' return made via Curacao, N.A. Dora Stein Meet Monday Night Dora Stem Sisterhood of tht Israelite Center will hold its first meeting Monday. 8 p.m. in the Social Hall. Mrs. Hy Kirsncr and the newofficers will be presented to the tainment. lembership. A skat. "Jewish Festival." will be presented by the Sisterhood Players. Mrs. Louis Cohen is chairman for the evening's enterA Good Year to You -good eating, (oo. (Not "new"-just better!) The Most Trusted Name in Kosher Poultry. for Over 30 Years S means Kosher-product and plant supervised and endorsed b Foe Union of Orthodox Jewish Congregations of America. Accept nothing f Rabbinically Suptrviltd Soatd Saltad — Raady to Cook rh, Frcitn — Said Caaat to Coal Distributed by: Norman Mendelsohn, 621 Washington Ave., Miami Beach



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iday. September 17, 1965 %  k-nUt fUrlrllnn Paqe 7-z Cooking Corner Mildred G. Bellin [•n,,. vegetable family is a onPiiuJ example of the benefits of prmoiiioiis relationship. Although Ich one is capable of being comt., e |v independent, the differnt se'-'t-iaWes Ret along so well hat in all sort* of recipes we |nd two or more used together. tach one. sometimes subtly and ometimes obviousry. adds some it> own goodness to the others. el in return takes on some of ;r fine tlavor. The result is a linon m which Uie whole is much lore delicious than each of its Erts We can combine vegetables I -., 1 a d, a soup, or in meat lews, rn>' roasu, or tzimmases. can prepare those delightful %  ends >•( several vegetables Eg lie d medleys. Cas.seroles of n.m> vegetables can be lieart> ough t-> serve a* main dnJu.Here art' t" line recipe^ wruoh fcik.' advantage of the vegetable ..• I.lie summer. Of course HI vret the niLicdients through t>ui the year, but at this season Enain are at the peak of their imifl frown goodness. Tinfirst Recipe, a version of a medley .mi blonds explain, green pepBITS, mushrooms, and miiiin with %  -.HI. • is .. parve delight fuhun tastes KOIHI with any roast or poultry, or with sauteed %  oiled li.sh Since it is general. well liked, and tastes even bet:i reheated, M is a fine sefor .. companj dinner or t It also scrms to please m M hen -i r\e .it ;i simple meal The medlej t istes ich but ,. a JI ;u iui„l> |ou %  The second reii|>v is a heart] i --. -role exaettenl with a hght in-n. or H the l)asis of .i plane Uianhat Ti <>r din• ii'l o| Irak or lro/en ..nuMi. nrren pepper. .(.lain, it is very ger and cut it into one inch pieces. Add to the ecgplant took Tincovered, and stir from time to time, until tihe eggplant is cooked through, but still retains Ms shape, add the well-drained mushrooms and just enough tomato sauce to moisten the mixture well Simmer for .i minutes and add salt and pepper to taste This, medley is especially goo I when made in ad* ranee and reheated in the oven at ::.vi degrees %  '.. in an earthen• %  ,ue casserole. Allow about 30 minutes The recipe serves i t" 5 Corn-Eggplant Casserole i medium onion, finely diced 1 tablespoon vegetable oil 'a green pepper, finely diced 1 1U lb. eggplant, peeled and diced 2 cups fresh corn kernels or 1 10-oz. package frozen whole kernel corn 1 -• teaspoon oregano 1 teaspoon salt 1 teaspoon pepper 1 egg. well-beaten '< cup fine, dry breadcrumbs 2 tablespoons grated cheese, (optional 1 Place the oil in a 10-inch frying pan or skillet over medium heat. Add the onion and green pepper, and cook and stir for 5 minutes. Add the eggplant and cook until the pieces are cooked through and soft, about 10 minutes. If fresh corn is used, cut raw from the cob, and add with the eggplant. When frozen corn is used, break up the block and add after the eggplant has cooked for 5 minutes. Remove from the heat and add the oregano. salt and pepper. Blend a little of the mixture into the egg, t.Sen stir into the main part of the vegetable mixture. Pour into a greased 8'-J x 2'J inch baking dish and sprinkle evenly with the breadcrumbs. Kor a dairy meal blend the cheese with the breadcrumbs before they are added. Omit the cheese for a meat meal. Bake uncovered at 350 degrees F.. ObOVl 40 minutes, until firm and nicely browned. This a m ount serves 5 to r>. Installation luncheon Staled Florida Women's Division of the National Parkinson Foundation v.ill hold iis installation luncheon on Saturday, 12:30 p.m., at the Deauville Hotel Napoleon Boom. "One generation shall laud thy works to another and shn. declare thy mighty acts." Sol Z. Abraham, assistant administrator of the National Jewish Hospital at Denver, reads f'cn the New Year's service to Yaier Lehrer 8, Israeli-born ycunc ster who is being treated for asthma at the !rce, non-secta chest disease center. The 66-year-old hospital and researr! center has given neaiiv five million days of free care to pc tients of all faiths. Rosh Hnshona opsns Sept. 26 eve. t m ROKEACH 1 SIFILTE FISH, Molly Picon says: "Reach for Rokeach Gef ilte Fish." It's patented! You'll taste the difference. All Rokeach Products —^ are endorsed by the QJ) 1 New unsalted Mazola Margarine now certified Kosher and Parve. !" ,.... < ; %  4. I —— Mazola Margarine There arc 4 more important reasons why you should buy new (.sweet) L nsalted Mazola Margarine. Il contains 1 10 the sodium of other sweet unsalted margarino 2 It's the onl> sweet margarine that contains pure liquid Mazola Corn Oil. ^ It's the only unsalted margarine that won't horn at normal fi > mg temperature. ,|. You'll find both unsalted and regular. lightly-salted Macota Margarine in your grocer's dairj case STORE COUPON save7* toward the purchase of 1 lb. unsalted Mazola Margarine. 1 TO TMF DEALER Far %  NINI ynu aarent as our authorised atrffl on the porehese by a ceeuumer tf the sparltWti nredutt. -e will I u 7c plus 2e handling tharo.es provided you and your customer ha*# complied with the ttrms ol this ronoumrr oflfr: any ether application u-nstitutM fraud. Cuupon may not be atsicjnod) or transfrrreel by yen. Void *hea printed by outeltfr anenry. broker, or institutional user, or whara prohibited, taxed ar %  ini. .IH raafrhrtcd. Yaur ooataonera must pay any sain tav Invoices ihewiai your purchase et suMe*cnt staefe to aaver re—oni presented Par redemptioei matt ba shewn on re*,ue*t. Cuk r*d*mliee> aaJna. I 20 el le. fie** Inly ia U.S A Redreea by eaailmp to Best Food* Divisloa of Coca rroducts Sales Co.. Baa 101. Clinton, leva. Ifc