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The Jewish Floridian
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63 v. : ;
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Jewish Floridian Pub. Co.
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Miami, Fla

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

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Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY
;8 Number 40
Miami, Florida. Friday. October 1, 1965
Two Sections Price 20c
White House Supports
Attack on Reds' Policy
held aloft duiinq Eternal Liqht Viail in Washington.
sows heatedly emotional atmosphere surrounding Ihe
[whose high point was a meeting between leadets ol
kerican Jewi.-h community and qovernment representa-
[the White House and State Depaitment.
ETERXAL UGHT VICIL
YEAR
J. Roosevelt Greet
ti-Soviet Gathering
K0 :V3 W AS HI N G TO N i JTA i
Crowds estimated officiallj by pa
lice authorities a- totaling between
7,500 and 10,000 persons staged an
impressive demonstration here last
week over Soviet discrimination
a-am-t the USSR's 3.000.CCO .lews
The event was the beginning of an
Eternal' Light Vigil organized by
tiie American Jewish Conference
on Soviet Jewry, comprised of 24
national Jewish organizations rep-
resenting virtually all Jews in th's
country Prominent non-Jewish
speakers were among major par-
ticipants.
The rally, which was culminated
by the blowing of the shofar and a
mass oath to continue the protests
until the Kremlin alters its anti-
Jewish policies, heard an encour-
aging statement from President
Johnson, and cheered an address
by Ambassador James Roosevelt.
Wa-liington's new representative
to the United Nations Economic
and Social Council, to prcs- the is-
sue of anti-Semitic discriminations
in the USSR before the various rel-
evant bodies <>t the world organiza-
tion.
Happy
mh Service
^KfJapitol
WASHINGTON leaders eiw t [e I fro m meet-
w. :th top White House officials
and State I) partment authorities
reassured that last week's Eternal
l l-.ht Vigil was an effective move
> ird ameliorating the plight of
Soviet Jewry, and promise,! U.S.
Government support at the United
N'ations and at various other lev-
el- of contact between the United
St at i and Ru--ia. The gotip. com-.
i rised if delegates of the 24 or-
ganizations thai make up the
American Jewish Conference on
Soviet Jewry, met tor over an hour
.-" the White House with President
,I( hi son'- leading adviser on for-
eign policy, McGeorge Bundy, spe-
cial assistant Cfl national security
..-. and Special Counsel Lee
Wh te
Ra! i Seymour J Ci hen, of Chi-
man of the Steering
i ..... of in Vm< rican Jew-
i ii foren; c on So\ iel Je ry,
the g ro u i> 'Ahen it
:-. m the Wh t'1 House, He
said Ihe roup was r issure I"
lhal 1 an Government ii I
the je) .!,.. .-;
v ou' I be "amplified" on differ-
i :,i levels, This would ini lu le ac
,,: I niti i N tion; al '
ssion "ii Human Rights, in
'.n
;, people-to-people level, he said
The Rabbi felt the Govern-
mert showed a deep and sincere
interest in the fate of Soviet Jew-
Continued on Page 3-A
BEN-GURION FAR BEHIND
Histadrut Balloting Gives
Eshkol Percentage Margin
TEL AVIV (JTA The first
election test, following the exten-
sive reshuffling Of Israel's political
ranks during the past feu months.
culminated here in a sharp sit hack
lor Prime Minister Lev! Esbkol'S
Mapai-Achdut Avoda alignment,
which polled 50.5 percent in pre-
liminary results of the Sept. 19
plectii : to the Histadrut, Israi I -
Labo; Fe leration.
Former Premier David Ben Gur
on's I s : a e 1 Workers List, Rafi,
13 percent of the votes
- ;mi hal less t.han the results
tated by the faction thai broke
fron M ; ai In Ihe last His-
; eli ns, in 1959, the I
r factioi i an sepai U
efore Rafi was h rn
ind A '. n ed I '
pared wit
I | rcent m the
.
The Herut-Liberal (Gahal)
ioint list which brought Herut
into the Histadrut elections for
the first time, emerged as the
Continued on Page 10-A
UN General Assembly
Has Arabs on Agenda
3TON tJTAi The
ovide a place in Wash-
IRosh Hashona services
I members of the House
entatives had the en-
! endorsement of Presi
lion, it was disclosed
ices were held for the j
the Capitol Building's
chapel to enable the
gressmen to remain in
for a crucial vote on
ve District of Columbia
tnie rule
Ho to 15 Congressmen
Bcteil to attend the serv
oth days ot Posh Hash
Hkcsman -ail that wrn
lent heard about the
Inued on Paqe 3-A
At the conclusion of the rally,
a delegation representing the
Vigil attempted to file at the
Soviet Embassy here a petition
Continued on Page 6-A
UNITED NATIONS (JTA)
The Arab refugee problem and a
number of human rights matters,
including one specifically con-
demning anti-Semitism, faced the
United Nations General Assembly
here as that body opened its 20th
regular session. Due to the fact
that Do substantive business at all
was possible at the last Assembly,
this year's principal forum of the
United Nations faces an agenda
heavier t.han ever, including al-
most 110 items
The Aral) refugee item, always
a touchy Issue here, debated at
great length m the Assembly's
special Political Committee, is ex
pected to be stormier than ever
this year. That debate will center
formally around the annual report
to be submitted by the United Na-
tions Reliel and Works Agency for
Palestine Refugees in the Near
East. But the report, to be filed
shortly by UNWRA's commission-
er-general, Laurence Michelmore.
will be only the touchstone of the
bitter debate.
The Arab delegations here are
primed to bring into the discus-
sion around the UNWRA report
demands that the United Nations
give official recognition to a so-
called "Arab Palestine Delega-
tion," probably to be headed by
Ahmad Shukairy, head of the
Palestine Liberation Organixa-
tion.
The Arabs are expected also to
plain about what they consid
er inadequate t'n ancing ot the re
lief operations conducted
Continued on Page 7-A
NEW COMMANDER
JWV Chief
Plans Trip
To Moscow
WASHINGTON JTA
N J
new nal
tl Wa
Vel..... >l the I S
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i ption "al the highest
g \ iel offu is
the Jewish situation in the
' SSR
Waldor, a -40-year-old attorney,
is a Jewish communal leader and
decorated Air Force veteran of
World War II. He also announced
that the JWV, under his com-
mand, will accelerate its nation-
wide campaign against the John
Bitch Society and other extrem-
ist right-wing groups. Joseph
Tanenbaum, of Bayside, N.Y.,
was elected rational judge advo-
cate of the JWV.
In commenting on his projected
visit to Moscow. Waldor said an
approach on a "veteran-to-veteran
basis" might prove useful He said
that, since both American and Sov-
iet veterans of World War II took
part in the struggle against Fasc-
ism they could talk about current
issues against "a background of
Continued on Page 16-A
bs
bs Put Off 'Holy War9 Four Years
(JTA) The sum-
[of 12 heads of state be
|the Arab League, which
its sessions at Casa-
^pdc I delay the -holy war"
H Israel b> at least four
IB to go slowly on the
divert headwaters of
River so as to rob Is
I
reel of the Jordan waters, accord-
ing t.i press dispatches received
here.
Reliable Arab sources told the
British Press at Casablanca that
Gen Alv Ammer. cominander-in-
Lhief of the Arab Unified Com-
mand mapping armed conflict
against Israel and protection of the
Arab water divesion projects, re-
ported at a secret meeting of the
summit participants that his forces
would need men and equipment
d ting up to $400,000,000 at a
minimum, and requiring at least
four years for a build-up of ground
and air elements sufficient to
match Israel's strength.
One Syrian source told the
press that the Arabs fear to un-
dertake war against Israel at
this time because both the Sovi-
et Union and the United States
might intervene "in order to
head off World War III."
Meanwhile, however, the confer-
ence adopted strong resolutions
whiih continued to condemn Israel
Continued on Page 15-A
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White House Support of Jews
Continued from Page 1-A
ry. The hour-long meeting at the
White House included a review
and assessment of the situation
generally, and a report on the
Vigil. Different aspects of the
problem were discussed, includ-
ing various aspects of measures
President Johnson could or
Should take.
An evaluation of the latest de-
velopments, Rabin Cohen said,
shows "the Soviet I'nion is not in-
sensitive" to protests and "there
is the beginning of pinpricks of
light in a very dark situation." He
thought it uncertain how far this
tendency w o u 1 d extend, but was
convinced that the Vigil and sim-
ilar activities were the proper
and Mrs. Jonas J. Brotman. chairmen of the Patron-Host
littee for the Temple Beth Sholom-Israel Dinner of State.
L > host a cocktail reception for members of the commit-
t eil home on Sunset Island 3 this Thursday evening.
were to be complete. e Temple Both Sholom-Isruel
: State to take place Saturday ev 0:t. 9. at the
Heuch Hotel. Guests ci honor at the di:.
:noui Silverman. A sp< c;a! quest ct the di
| ..-i Weizmunn, Commandei-in-Chkf of Israel's
,'orce. ____________
ahu Elath to be Principal Speaker
Oct. 23 Hebrew Univ. Dinner Here
. Elath, president, Hebrew
n itj ol Jerusalem, and for
Israel Ambassador to the
led States and Great Britain,
principal speaker at the
. convocation dinner sch< d-
x the South Florida Division,
m Friends of the lie' i
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Johnson,
Humphrey
In Greetings
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greet occasion ol the
vs ol the Sew
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clared in his mess
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ji cal draws
I am delighted I ress to all my
unerican; ol the
faith ni> <
observe the High Holy Days,
"These days of peniti nci ai d
renewed h o pe are a fitting re-
mind) r to us all that each ol ou
individual fates is pen ol the fate
of mankind. We are .ailed not to
the negation of despair, but to the
stern dutj of hope We are remind
ed that no period in human hit
lory lias been easy for those who
geek frei di m, justice, and broth-
ri In"' I.
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votion to n
hun it, the Jewish faith lias
enriched our American hentag<
Maj the contributions ol this
Faith, revitalized through the oD
servance ot Rosh Hashanah be i
continuing source of strength and
inspiration lor all Americans.
Vice President Humphrey, de-
claring he was "happy" to extend
his greetings to the Jewish people,
stated:
(i.xl grant that the year 5726
will be a year of peace, ol liberty
and happiness This is the heartfelt
prayer of the Jewish people. It is
their prayer for all the lamily maneverywhere God grant that
in lands of freedom, such as our
own. 5726 will witn< ss our mutual
achievement ol Btill greater heights
of brotherhood.
"In those countries, unfortunate-
ly, where the Jewish people still
live under a cloud ol persecution,
in second class citizenship, denied
their political, cultural, economic
and ot:., r ri Ms, maj this year
see progress toward fullest justice
and equalit) '
path to pursue until Soviet Jewry
attains at least the same level of
cultural and religious rights ac-
oorded other Soviet minorities.
It was indicated that direct and
formal intercession by the United
I States Government was oOBBldored
ia less effective strategy than less
i f o r m a 1 communications through
'diplomatic and other channels.
State Department officials
stressed at another meeting that
direct intercession might backfire
and do Soviet Jewry more harm
than good. The Department felt
the issue should be kept alive at
various levels but that a massive
demarche by the United States
i through formal diplomatic chan-
nels was undesirable. Soviet au-
thorities would interpret it as an
unwarranted intrusion by a foreign
power into domestic affairs, it was
explained.
The Department, however,
thought well of maintaining
public awareness of the problert
and responses through sucr-
meetings as the Vigil. In the De
partment's view, it was learned
sweeping charges should not be
made against Russia on the Jew
ish issue, but carefully detailed
and precise indictments of ac-
tual anti-Jewish practices. Tha
Department thought a more spe-
cific detailing of charges woulc
be helpful. Over 100 Vigil leaders
took part in the meeting at the
State Department.
It was learned that the Soviet
Embassy deliberately kept its door-
bolted during the Vigil to Einit out
the Vigil delegation. Embassy per-
sonnel ignored the bell when rung
by members of the Vigil grou I
that sought to present petition-.
Hut onlj minutes after the dele
tion was observed descending 'vv
the -tairs. a telegraph messe i i
.,irned. rang the bell, and v
promptl) admitted
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plan, "he was so delighted that
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Rabbi Hvman Shapiro, of Long
11. ach, Long Island, and Cantor
Aryeh MtadfJbnuni were flown to
Washington to conduct the sen
ices. YesbJva University of New
York provided prayer shawls, yai
mulkes. a Toiah and an Ark.
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Friday. October 1 1965
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Page 5-A
kol Nidre to Open Yom Kippur
Continued from P9 2-A
Day will C lose with
I p.m.
. .bv are s Lit en lor 11 a.m.
junior services
:. sday are
..penitence Who Can Grow
, Bl| will be Rabbi Moms A.
\ rmon topic during late
,ji% services, 8:15 p.m.. at Tem-
e Beth Shirah, 7500 SW 120th St.
i on Saturday. 10:30 a.m..
, Making choices." Assisted
l'. William Royal and the
lii,,,. Rabbi Skop will launch the
..in Ki| pur period with a Kol Ni-
n. sermon. -What Does the Lord
|( ..n Tuesday, Oct. 5. at 7
[ j of Atonement will lx.-wn
9 45 a m on Wednesday. Oct.
Yizkor memorial service at
joon, including a sermon on "When
be ilearl Aches." Neliah closing
, are slated for 6 p.m.
or Abraham Seif will offi-
I it a -pecial service Friday
oon. 5:45 p.m.. at Kneseth
ne\ Congregation, 1415 Euclid
Ive Spiritual leader of the congre-
i- Rabbi David Ix'hrficlrl.
will conduct 8:30 a.m. ser-
ces on Saturday and speak on
' of Penitence" at 4 p.m.
'..in Kippur observance schedule
\a Is for mornings at 8 a.m.. Mon-
I.. Tuesday and Wednesday.
laj Kol Nidre service will be
h at 5:45 p.m.. and Yizkor me-
: on Wednesday at 1030 a.m.
evening services, 6:15
m ;it Agodeth Israel Hebrew in-
stitute, 7801 Carlyle Ave., will be
f wed by Kabbalat Shabbat. On
8:45 a.m., during the
: Repentance observance.
; ibbi I a a c Ever will dis-
i '!u Mlbjeflt, "Is Confession of
Sufficient?" Kiddush will be
rved ..Her the services, and Min-
[,, i- scheduled for 8:15 p.m. On)
I ps laj Oct. 5. the synagogue will
it. the Da) "t Atonement,
i Kippur eve, with Kol Nidre
Service:, at 6 pm Cantor Meyer
ireenl It "ill offer the liturgical
music, and Rabbi Ever will preach
Mi Atonement and Survival."
Wednesday morning services, Oct
:irc scheduled for 3 a.m.. with a
i'i/kor memorial service and ser-
ninii on "They Departed in Peace."
st 11:30 a m!
Rabbi Maurice Klein will con-
Friday services at 8 15 p.m..
ind Saturday morning observance
i during the weekend at
Temple Tifereth Jacob, 951 Fla-
ingu Way, Hialeah Rabbi Klein
nil officiate at Yom Kippur ser-
vices ushered in on Tuesday, Ocl
at 5 30 p.m.. assisted by the
fchoir Wednesday's schedule in-
ludes services' at 8:30 a.m.. Yiz-
kor 1" ;. m Mincha J p.m.. and
Hosing Neilah prayers at 5 p.m.
Regular weekend of services will
[be held m Congregation Agudath
[Achim, 6305 Collins Ave with
schedule calling for Friday at 5 15
p.m. Saturday 9 a.m.. Mincha t;
p.m. Yom Kippur observance will
be launched with Kol Nidre ser-
vices conducted by Rabbi Harry
Zaretsky on Tuesday. Oct. 5, at
6:30 pm Rabbi Simon April's 7:15
p.m. sermon topic will be on "Faith
and Continuity." \V e d n e s d a >"'
schedule u ill be initiated at 8 a.m.,
with Yizkor services and sermon
on "Our Mother' by Rabbi April
slated for 1130 a.m. Rabbi Zaret-
sky will officiate at musaf at 12:30
p.m. Vice Preside!)) Harry Soble
will conduct mincha at 4 p.m.. and
Neilah closing prayers, at 5 p.m..
will be in charge of Rabbi April.
Weekend and Yom Kippur ser-
vices will be conducted by Rabbi
Sol Landau and Cantor William W.
Lipson assisted by the choir at
Beth David Congregation, 2625 SW
3rd Ave. Friday evening services
will be held at 6 p.m. During Sat-
urday morning services, starting
at 9 a.m.. Rabbi Landau will offi-
ciate at the Bar Mitzvah of Carey,
son of Mr. and Mrs. Albert Rosen-
, thai. Subject of his sermon w ill be
"Is Repentance Possible?" Yom
Kippur will be ushered in with Koi
Nidre services on Tuesday, Ocl ">.
..) p.m. Theme of the evening
will Im- "A Blueprint for Life Re-
ligious Institution vs. Genuine Re-
ligion." "Israel The Eternal Cove-
rant People Its Reply to Scien-
tJsm. Materialism and Atheism"
will be Rabbi Landau's subject on
Wednesday, Oct. 6. during 8:30
S.m, services Yizkor observance
i- slated for noon, with Neilah
closing services at 4:45 p.m.
Young Israel of Miami Beach,
1542 Washington Ave., will contin-
ue its first observance of the New
Year 5726 with weekend Services
i Friday starting at 5:50 p.m. Dur-
ing Saturday morning services at
8:30 a.m.. Rabbi Abraham Strass-
feld will speak on "Sabbath of Re-
pentance." Rabbi Strassfeld will
conduct Yom Kippur services ush-
ered in with Kol Nidre on Tues-
, day. Oct. 5. at 5:45 p.m. Schedule
for the Day of Atonement observ-
j a nee on Wednesday. Oct. 6. will
begin at 7:30 a.m. Theme of the
10:30 a.m. sermon will be "Day of
Introspection." and Yizkor ser-
vkes will be held at 11 30 am
Rabbi Maxwell Berber and Can-
tor Ben Dickson will officiate du-
ring weekend and Yom Kippur ser-
vices at Temple Zamora, 14 Za
mora Ave. Sermon on Friday eve-
ning, starting at 8:15 p.m., will be
on "Visions and Dreams." During
Saturday morning services. 8:45
a.m., Rabbi Berger will deliver the
scriptural reading. Subject of the
KcJ Nidre sermon on Tuesday
Oct. 5, slated to begin at 5.30 p.m
will be I Go Alone." Rabbi Ber-
ger will conduct Yom Kippur
vices on Wednesday, Oct. 6. at a.m. His Yizkor sermon, at 11 a.m.,
will be At-one-Ment "
"How to Find Your Soul will be
the sermon topic for Rabbi Samuel
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1965
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. I.con Kronish, spiritual leader of Tem-
th Sholom and chairman ot the Great-
imi Israel Bond Organization, congratu-
\h. and Mrs. Seymour Silverman upon
named to receive the Distinguished
Service Award at the Beth Shoiom-Israel Din-
ner of State slated for Saturday evening,
Oct. 9, at the Doral Beach Hotel. Joining in the
felicitations iat leit) is Louis F. Suetman. Tem-
ple president.
PaJrcn Host Committee to Head Dinner
For Beth Sholom Leaders Here Oct. 9
BETH TORAH FUNCTION
tmguished roster of Tern-,
Sholom memben were
it a cocktail reception ii i n
i_. Mr ii Mrs Jonas .' Brot
: home on Sunsel Isle
plete plans for the Tern-
Israel Dinner of State
'Acre members ol thi
Ii si i 'ommittee, of which
and Mrs. Brotman are chair-
, i in- dinner will Im* held at
. Doral Beach Hotel on Saturdaj
Oct. 9, .it seven p.m.
. PAGl ISA
The dinner will be the occa-
sion for the presentation of the
Distinguished Service Award to
Mr. and Mrs. Seymour Silver-
man in recognition of their serv-
ices to the Temple, the com-
munity and the cause of Israel.
The Award will be presented by
Gen. Ezer Weiimann, one of
Israel's national heros and Com-
mander-in-Chief of the Israeli
Air Force.
In addition to his military
laurels, Gen Weizmann i> wide-
Ij a< claimed as our ol Israel's
most eloquent spokesmen.
\ pecial tesl ill be Miss
Tova Ronni, widely known as the
first lad) of Israeli song." Miss
Ronni. interpreter of the songs of
Israel, has been hailed In Europe.
South America, and the United
Stall's.
The cocktail reception hosted bj
Mr and Mrs. Brotman brought to-
ler leading members of Temple
Beth .Sholom who are named to
.serve on the Patron-Host Commit-
tee.
Included in the committee are
.Mr. and
Max Alterwein, Kllis L. Amdur.
Sidney I). Ansin. Joseph L. Arkin.
Norman Arkin, Joseph Ash.
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JUDGE JACK fALK
RIGHTS OF DEFEWPANTS
Judge Falk
To be Speaker
For B'nai B'rith
Judge Jack \ Falk, ol the < rit
itial O irt "i Rec< rd. will be fe
, speaki r at the North El
B'nai B'rith meetins to be b d
Washington Federal. 1133 So
mandy Dr on Mon "-
Oct I
Program Chairman Irvine
Spear h ; that J
Falk's toi
be 1 1, hi of Dcfcn lanl
Rights oi the Pul 1
Judge Falk. who si n ed 01
Board of Directi rs ol Temple
d.ea for a number ol years, was
by ihe Junior Chamb r ol
Commerce as one ol the "Ou
ng Young Men ol the I'nited
States in 1964
At the meeting, a plaque will be
presented to Past President Fred
Jonas for "outstanding rccor
the recruiting of new members
Jack A. Burstein. president of
the lodge, will condu.t the meet-
ing.
in
Continued trom Page 1-A
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1 the Israeli-Arab disputes, some
. back to 148 and others of
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PLO and the efforts by the Arab
states to divert the headwaters
of the .Ionian River in their coun-
tries, so as to lower or to salinize
the Jordan waters which Israel is
now using for partial irrigation of
the upper reaches of the Negev
Desert.
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Assembly will have to consider
proposals for the adoption of a
declaration and convention spell-
ing out steps for the elimination of
all religious intolerance, anil adop-
tion of a convention outlawing ra-
cial discrimination. In the latter
halt document, there is a proposal
:>v the I'nited States to condemn
anti-Semitism. The Soviet Union
will insist that, instead of men-
tioning anti-Semitism per se, the
wording should concent itself with
condemning "Nazism and other
manifestations ol atrocious racist
11 (ices and ideas."
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be efforts here to outlaw various
discriminations againsl Soviet
practices con loned bj Sovi-
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would condemn all religious in-
tolerance, and another instrument
would outlaw all 1 v pe s of race
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October I. 1965
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Page 9-A
THE RABBI SPEAKS FROM HIS PULPIT
oicard Our Best Interests
[ByDR JOSEPH R. NAROT
Temple Israel
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lies his part-
advice to the
Idren f Is-
le I He be-
Uthes "them off. NAIOT
, ihv Book of
l.iu A.-iu h. according to the
i assagi thai inten sts me, "Moses
h;.d made an end til writing
Then Moses pn phesies aboul the
i ture He knows the rebellious-
i.c" and the stiff m .kedness of the
people. He i- confident th.it after
his death, "ye will in any wise
deal corn'- tly, and turn aside fn m
the way whicft I have commanded
you; and evil will befall you in the
en i (! days; because ye will do
il d which is evil in the sight of
the Lord, to provoke Him through
the work of your hands."
We can imagine how the people
felt on hearing such a gloomy pre-
diction about themselves. In spite
of their "murmurings" and rebel-
lions, they surely must have re-
vered their great leader who took
them out of bondage and led them
Uin Ugh the wilderness to the
Promised Land They certainly
must have felt, also a distressing
amount of guilt that they had not
GREATER MIAMI JEWISH
CEMETERY ASSOCIATION
GREETS THE JEWISH COMMUNITY
ON THE NEW YEAR 5726
AND ANNOUNCES
Community
Memorial Services
HONORING OUR BELCVEP DECEASED IS A PART
CF OUR HIGH HOLIDAY REPENTANCE"
RELIGIOUS SERVICES WILL BE HELD AT THE
Jewish Section of
Woodlawn Park Cemetery
3260 S.W. 8th STREET
Sunday, October 3rd, 1965
11:00 A.M.
Rabbi Sol Landau
Rabbi Solomon Schilt Rabbi Max Shapiro
Cantor William VV. Lipson
,L CHAM THE L H


ALSO AT THE
Mount Sinai
Memorial Park Cemetery
1125 N.W. 137th STREET
Sunday, October 3rd, 1965
2:00 P.M. (Th ? Sunday)
Rabbi Solomon SchHI Rabbi Shmaryahu Swirsky
WILL OFFICIATE
Cantor Maurice Mamches
WILL CHANT THE LITURGY
SEATS AND A TENT WILL BE SET UP
PRAYERBOOKS WILL BE FURNISHED
THE JEWISH COMMUNITY IS CORDIALLY INVITED
HYMAN CHABNIR, President
HYMAN P. GAIBUT, Program Chairman
FREDRIC ROSENTMAl. Co-Choirmon
heeded Moses' counsel more often.
And Ihej must have assuredly wept
for his imminent death and their
own bereavement.
Whj could not .Muse- ;it this -.1(1
poinl in his life and in theirs been
more optimistic, more cheerful,
cons ; r? I believe thai the
answer to the question lies at the
I irl ol these ten days of peni-
tence in whii h we find ourselves
and of this S3bbath of Repentance
toward which we turn The Torah
thus teaches us thai we must re-
gard atonement dearly, realistic-
ally, and not with vain and empty
lorks. We must consider human I
nature, not through "rose-colored
classes,'" but in the light of reality.
And reality tells us that human na-
ture is by inclination stiff-necked,
rebellious, and likely to repeat its
mistakes. Repentance, return to a i
better life, the adoption of sound- |
er and more lastinc values, these !
are achieved not through a mere
ritual, or a day of prayer, or even
ten days of them. The High Holy i
Daysthis period of judgement
is but the doorway to moral regen- |
eration; it is not yet the regenera-
tion itself.
We must get to the causes in hu- .
man nature that keep it from its '
own best interests: ignorance, in-
dolence, indifference; fear and
anxiety; bigotry and hate. And, j
above all. that big and crucial area
we call immaturity." For only as
we learn the secret of maturity.
will human nature evolve to some-
thing' higher and better and more !
Vpeful. It is on this level that our
religious striving takes on mean-
ing if only we would make more
than empty words of such great
spiritual concepts as "repentance."

Yom Kippur
Continued from Preceding Page
Cantor Ren/er and the High Holy
Daj Choir. Additional services will
lie held in the CSV chapel. Open
to members and nonmember.-., the
services will be conducted by Abra-
ham .1 Gittelson, Beth Torah edu-
. ation director, and Cantor Ben-
,'. n Kirschenbaum. Assisting at
all services will be Israel Mandel,
Irving Kuttler. Rev. David Klein
an l Frank c; IdWatl Same sched-
ule will be followed in the main
- mctuarj and the I'SY chapel Kol
i n ii e on Tuesday, Ocl ">
vi i 11 i h r in the holiday at 5 30
p.m w th the 6 IS p W sermon
titled, Wrong D oinj or Wrong
. i- Worse?" Day
concludes with at 6 15 p.m.
On W esday. i the day be-
wins with shacharis at 45 a.m
rorar reading, at 10 a.m will be
,,,; j Dr Lipschitz' talk on
\ as for the Life That Has Out-
It | at i" 15 a in. Yizkor
menu rial observance is slated for
I 15 .i m and additional m
noon The 3 30 p.m afternoon
mm.ha will conclude with Neilah
at 5 p.m., and Shofar and maariv
al ; 30 p m
Da) of Atonement will be ush-
ered m bj Temple Israel of Great-
er Miami, 137 NE li'th St., in Mi-
ami Beach Convention Hall on
Tuesday, Ocl > at 8 p.m. The Kol
Nidre will be rendered by Cantor
jaci b ; Bernstein assisted by a
choir and cellist Karl GreenfeW.
Or. Joseph K. Narot will preach on
"Judaism Without Guilt," an inter-
pretation of the progress which
Liberal Judaism has made and the
problem-; which religion without
guilt has brought to American
Jewry' On Yom Kippur day. Wed-
nesday, Oct. 6. services are slated
for 10 a.m.. with Dr. Narot discuss-
ing "Judaism and Humanity Fol-
lowing the morning service, a spe-
' cial interim ritual will be con-
ducted by Rabbi Morris W. Graff.
, At 2 p.m.. Rabbi Narot and Can-
tor Bornstein will conduct a chil-
dren's service at the Convention
Hall. Afternoon and memorial ser-
vices are scheduled for 3 p.m.
Organ preludes at 7:45 will pre-
cede Friday evening services at
Temple Beth Sholom, 4144 Chase
Continued on Page 12-A
Lakeside Memorial Park
N.W. 25th Street at 103rd Avenue
INVITES THE GREATER MIAMI JEWISH
COMMUNITY AT LARGE TO ATTEND THE
DEDICATION AND CONSECRATION SERVICES OF
MT. ZION GARDENS
AND
JACOB C. COHEN COMMUNITY
SYNAGOGUE SECTION
ON
Sunday, October 3rd. 1965
AT 1:00 P.M.
Services Will Be Conducted By:
RABBI TIBOR H. STERN
Jacob C. Cohen Community Synagogue
RABBI SHERWIN STAUBER
Young Israel of Greater Miami
RABBI BERYL WEIN
Beth Israel Congregation
RABBI DOV ROZENSWEIG
Cuban Hebrew Congregation
For Information or Directions call TU 5-1689
Community Memorial Prayers
STAR OF DAVID
MEMORIAL PARK
Sunday, October 3rd, 1965
Rabbi Murray A. Alstet
will be present in the Park to hold
Community Memorial Services.
All of the Jewish Public Are Invited
at 10 a.m. and 11:30 a.m.

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Sunday, October 3rd. 1965
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TEMPLE ZION -
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Rabbi Morris Skop, 1 P.M.
TEMPLE B'NAI SHOLOM -
Rabbi Samuel Machtei, 2 P.M.
TEMPLE JUDEA -
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\om Kippur
Continued from P9 9 A
Ave Miami Beach fcbbt Leon
Kronish will officiate and on Are the Pope s Prayer* Prem-
ised on Pwutance'" during the
8 15 p.m. aenriee Saturday morn-
ing services are slated to begin at
10 45 am. Cantor David Convuer
and choirs will offer the musical
portions of the weekend and holi-
day celebrations Theme of the
Yarn Kippur sermons wall be "For
the Three Sins of Israel ." During
Kol Nidre on Tuesday. Oct. 5. at
7 pm. -wbject wiH be -The Sin
of Self-RgrteouBiesN On Wednes-
day Ort 0. at 9 15 a.m.. topic **n
be The Sir. of the Same Ok! Pat-
tern and the Yizkor memorial
sermon, at 4 pm.. will be on The
Sin of Self-Pity '
When We Don't Forgive will
be the subject of Rabbi Richard M
Varcoviu sermon during 8 15
p m Friday services at Beth Moshe
ConfrcfatMfi. 13630 W Dixie Bwj
Saturday services are stated for
- IS am Cantor Seymour Hinkes
will chant the liturgical music du-
ring the weekend and assist Rabbi
Marcovitz with the Yom Kippur
observance on Tuesday and Wed
nesday Kol Nidre will launch the
holiday on Oct. 5 at 545 p.m.
x.-.-iedule on Oct 6 begin-; at 8.30
i m with Yizkor services at 10 30
a.m.
Mr and Mr- Kenneth Braidman.
will be conducted by Rabbi Alfred
Waxman during Saturday services.
9 a m. at Temple Zion, 8000 Miller
SYNOPSIS OF THE TORAH PORTION OF THE WEEK
VAYILEKHSHUYAH
Moses writes the sacrea Torah.
And Moses wrote this law. and delivered it unto the
priests and unto all the elders of Israel" iDeut 31 9>
VAYELEKH-SHUVAH And Moses went and spoke the^e
words unto all Israel And he said unto them. I am a hun-
dred and twenty years old this day; I can no more go out and
come in; and the Lord hath said unto me; Thou shalt not go
over this Jordan And Moses called unto Joshua, and said
unto him in the sight of all Israel: Be strong and of good cour-
age, for thou shalt go with thL> people into the land which the
Lord hath sworn unto their fathers to give them, and thou
shalt cause them to inherit it And Moses wrote this law.
and delivered it unto the priests the sons of Levi. that bore
the ark of the covenant of the Lord, and unto all the elder?
of Israel Nou therefore write ye this song for you. and
teach thou it the children of Israel, put it in their mouth-
that this song may be a witness for Me against the children
of Israel" iDeut 31 1 19)
This recounting o# the Weekly Portion of the Law is ex-
tracted and based upon "The Graphic History of the Jewish
Heritage" edited by P. WoHman-Tsamir, $15 Publisher it
Shenfold, and the volume is available at 27 William St., New
York 5. N.Y. President of the society distributing the volume
M Joseph Schlang.
Yom Kippur observance with
.
Kol N
prayers ushering in the hohna.
6 p ~ (KX
t for I
r memorial
Homestead Jew.sh Community
Center. m HE 5th St. will hold
V. m Kippur services on Tuesday
and Wednesday oct 5 and 6. with
Lxiis Schwa.-tzxnan. director of the
Bureau ficiating He will be assisted by-
Cantor Phil Chaiton. Kol Nidre will
r In the holiday observance
the first evening at 6 p.m.. with
services continuing the following
morning at 9 am. including Yiz-
kor
Rabbi Shanrio Suuber will of-
ficiate at weekend Yom Kippur ob-
r. ance- at Young Israel of
Greater Miami, 990 NE lTlat St
Early Friday services are slated
for 5 45 pm.. with Saturday ser-
vices at 9 am. including Rabbi
Stauber's sermon on "Sabbath of
Repentance" Kol Nidre will usher
ir. the Yom Kippur holiday on
Tuesday Oct 5. at 5:45 p m con-
tinuing on Wednesday morning.
Jet 5 at 8 a.m. Yizkor follows
Rabbi Mayer Abramowiu will
officiate at regular Sabbath ser-
vices this weekend at Temple Men-
orah, 620 75th St Miami Beach.
Yom Kippur will be launched on
Tuesday. Oct 5. with Kol Nidre
at 630 p.m. All day services on
Wednesday. Oct 6. will begin at 8
am Torah reading, at 9:30 am.
will be followed by Yizkor memor-
ial observance at 10 30 am. After-
noon schedule includes mineha at
4:30 p.m., and Neilah closing pray-
i at 5:30 p.m. Rabbi Abramowitz
nil officiate at all and
deliver the sermons. Cantor Jacob
Kahone will chant the liturgical
portions a^si-led by the Temple
Choir under the direction of Her-
bert Werner
Sabbath of Repentance will be
held this weekend at Sephardic
Jewish Center of Greater Miami,
645 OoBkai Ave Miami Beach,
with Rev Sadi .Nahmias officiating
Yom Kippur observance will be
launched during Kol Nidre prayers
on Ttteaday *t 5. at 6 M ?
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Wt 6. at
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Regular -ervice* at
Cengregahor B'mi Raphael, 1401
XV? 183rd St.. will be conducted by
Rabbi Harold Richter who will
also deliver the sermons During
the Yom Kippur ot '-nance. Rab-
bi Richter will be assisted by Can
tor Jack Ierner who will render
the musical portions ( the ser-
vieea Sa'U topic or. Tuesday.
Oct S. dunng the 5 45 p m -service
be Putting God Back into
Our Live- Yom Kippur observ-
ance continues on Wednesday. Oct
6. at 7 30 a m with the scheduled
topic to b W iping A a y Our
Tears Yizkor and junior corure
g2tion are slated for 11 am
Regular services will be held on
Fridj p.m.. at Temple B'nai
Sholom. 16800 SVi 22nd Ave Rabbi
S Max Machtei will conduct the
service, with Cantor Abraham
Reisman chanting the liturgy Sub-
ject of the Rabbi's sermon will be
Don't Confuse Penitence with
Mendicant On Saturday at 9 3o
a.m.. services will be held for the
>abbath of Repentance Stephen
Mark Lipkowitz. son of Mr and
Mrs Murray Lipkowitz will cele-
brate his Bar Mitzvah Kol Niire
service on Tuesday. 6 p.m.. will in-
clude "How D'#.< God Get So Much
Done'" On Wednesday. Oct. 6.
early service- ar-- let for 9 a m..
Aith Yizkor memonal observance
at 10 90 a m Sermon topic will -
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OUR ORGANIZATIONS GREET THE NEW YEAR
jnerican Jewish Congress in Miami
i
Bv RABBI LEON KRONISH, Pridnt
Isoutheast Region American Jewish Congress
[oeS American Jewry have a pacemaker^ If we
me in .-" organization that blazes new paths and
nf avenues, the answer is yes and its
c ^ American Jewish Congress.
N(,u in its 47th year, the AJCongres*. has a
JKKt of notable firsts" to its credit.
Within weeks of Hitler's coming to power in
,1 launched the first boycott of Nazi goods
service*
The American Jewish Congress pioneered the
kcepi feat the law is the most effetive weapon
the fight agaiMl racial and religious discrim-
.,,, vmerica's first fair education law is due
aunched by the American Jewish Con-
1947 in which Columbia University was
f ,, th discrimination against .Icvi.-'i -tn
| result was enactment by New York
I., country's first anti-dtacrimination edu-
marking the lx-ninning of the end of
"quota" system in college ad mis-
! per cent of American Jews live In
fj,. red !> fair education and fair housing
. fair employment and equal voting
pcome the law of the land for all
ler the Civil Rights Act of 1964 and
:. Ms BUI of WW
Fair Sabbath Laws
, hampion ol n and
-i, it ion, V 'ongress I
result irk I S S ipreme
outlawins
led the 1'

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tti d to run out UCongress was the
: action !>> the German Parliament,
ice the question before the conscience
AJCongress' successful battle against the anti-
Semitic employment policy of the Arabian-Ameri-
can Oil Company (Arameo). iLs pioneer role in
building cultural and intellectual bridges between
American Jews and the people of Israel through
the annual American-Israel Dialogues, its con-
struction and maintenance of the famous Louise
Waterman Wise Youth Hostel in Jerusalem, the
popular AJCongress Tours to Europe and Israel
featuring points of Jewish interest these and
other 'firsts" have won for the American Jewish
Congress the reputation of pacemaker and pioneer
in American Jewish communal life.
Three Major Functions
The South Florida Council of American Jew-
ish Congress, during the past year, had three major
functions. The first featured Leo I'feffer. general
counsel American Jewish Congress, who spoke on
"The Supreme Court and You 1965." a report
on recent Supreme Court decisions in the Civil and
Human Righto area In February. Harry (! Boyte,
special assistant to Dr. Martin Luther King, spoke
on his experiences in Selma. Alabama. In May. Dr.
Joachim Prinz, national president of the American
Jewish Congress, gave a personal report on "The
New Herman}
Members of the South Florida Council partici
pate in the Communitj Relations Board, United
Nations Association and other communit> groups
Its officers are Rabbi Leon Kronish, president._
Rabbi Jonah E Caplan. .lack D Gordon and Mrs
David Muskat, vice presidents; Mrs Benjamin Ka-
n n se< retarj. Vfr Joseph Nevel, treasurer
lt$ guidii s h ive b c i n to strengthen
; ee loms, to i
- that ani-
irreni icumentin '
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... extremist ai ca vim >ups
Jewish ition and com
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Founder's Philosophy
This i- AJCongress, the pacemaker Jewish
. > whose philosophy was enunciated nearly a
half century ago bj Stephen S Wise, its founder
"Not relief.' he said, "but redress, not palliation
out prevention, not charity but justice This is the
only program worthy of a Croat and proud people "
RABBI LEON KRONISH
MRS. IRVING KAPLAN
Rabbi Stern To Deliver Paper
Rabbi Tibor ft Stern, of the .la-
cob C. Cohen Community Syna-
gogue. 1532 Washington Ave.. will
deliver a paper on "Jewish Philos-
ophy and Ethics" on Saturday, at
4 p.m.
Rabbi Stern, author of many
volumes on Jewish law, will dis-
cuss "Natural and Artificial Sanc-
tity."
The lecture will be published in
Hebrew in -The Voice of Jerusa-
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;OUNDED by Louise Waterman Wise, wife of
Rabbi Stephen S. Wise, a founder and long-time
i sidenl of the Congress, our organization works
among women of all raees and religions to ad-
human rights, and (2) among Jewish women
i I rotect the rights of Jews in foreign lands, helps
ae| crow in peaee and security and strengthen
i^h self-knowledge and self-understanding.
The Southeast Region. Women's Division, is
ompriaed of four chapters which cover the entire
">. Jorth Hade Chapter, with Mrs. Sy Reese, presi-
ent Louise Wise Chapter. Mrs Joseph Albuqucr
"> president, und Justine Chapter, Mrs Sylvia
irvers president. Miami Beach area; and the Mi-
ll Chapter, Mrs Jeanette Stern, president, South-
esl Miami and Coral Gables area
American Jewish Congress women believe
) that the Jewish heritage has a meaning for
today's living and todays world. It is their firm
Conviction that Jews are something more than '
religious group and an ethnic phenomenon: that
lows are a people with a common heritage, bound
bj ,i common fate. Concerned with the safety and
security Of the Jewish people, they believe there i-
more to "being Jewish"' than mere physical con-
tinuity and that for meaningful Jewish survival
there must be an understanding and appreciation
Of the Jewish past, a commitment to live by Its
values in the present, and a dedication to trans-
mit these ideals to the generations to come.
The Miami premiere of the first full length He-
brew film. "They were Ten." was sponsored, during
the past year, by the Women's Division.
Enriching Jewish Life
The women of the American Jewish Congress
i I warm concern for Israel, and particularly
tor its children. Before it became a reality they
worked for a Jewish state in Palestine Today,
, ( n women support Israel not only a- B haven
for the Jewish homeless and ., center of democracy
in the Middle Kast but SB I source for enriching
Jewish life and culture and for enhancing the Jew-
ish contribution to mankind. The Women's Divi-
sion of the American Jewish Congress built and
now maintains the Louise Waterman Wise Youth
Hostel in Jerusalem, a unique center in which
young people from 75 countries around the world
come to know Israel, and where Israel's youth get a
wider understanding of the world.
The Women's Division of the American Jewish
Congress is not isolationist, for it knows that no Jew
is safe, unless the rights of all are made secure.
During May, the Women's Division played host
to Dr. Joachim Prinz. national president of Ameri-
can Jewish Congress, who gave a first-hand account
of "the New Germany "
Thus the Women's Division of the American
Jewish Congress believes that Jews are first class
citizens, that Jews have a duty and a reponsibihty
to advance civil rights, protect civil liberties and
make equal opportunity a reality for all Americans.
Twentj years ago. the American Jewish Congress
Women's Division helped pioneer new approaches
to fighting discrimination in housing.
Calendar Ahead
Great plans have been made for the 1965-66 cal-
endar year which will (eatlire the following events
On sept 21, Mrs. Virginia Snitow, national presi-
dent of the Women's Division. American Jewish
Congress, will be -nest of honor at an installation
luncheon which will take place at the DiLido
Hotel This will be preceded by group work-hops
Annual membership tea will take place Nov.
23 and a unique event, an all day auction at the
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Panorama:
By DAVID SCHWARTZ
Oc.y

Having No Problem Can be a Major Probl
^S ___ M;iii- _j jii,.^_ .t .
of
SAFAD, ancient Israeli center
of the mystic Cabala, the Mayor.
speaking on the problems of the
city, said the real problem was
how to have no problems.
Today, you don't have to be a
mathematician to have problems.
A frind complained to me about
the drafting of his son for "Vita-
min.*"
"Vitamin." I said, "is something you take in
your food to eat so that. God forbid, you shouldn't
get beri-beri "
"H'm." he said. "I can't even spell it. I bet half
of the American people couldn't spell it either."
Inability to spell, itself, is a major problem. It
has been calculated that 72.832.87f. American could
not pass a sixth grade spelling examination.
And the reading problem is quite as acute UM
third of the school children cannot read, another
third can read but read the wrong tWOW and the
rest can read, but never open a book.
And what about the deprived peoples' prob-
lem- The deprived Indians of New Mexico, who. we
are told have never heard one Philharmonic con-
cert, or the deprived millions of Asia who have never
seen a pair of suspenders.
We used to hear about people suffering from
amnesia. They cant remember. Today, we have In-
donesia and we wish we couldn't remember.
And Mr Nasser There is another problem He
is threatening not to take any more of our
hun
As We Were Saying: By ROBERT E. SEGAL
Special Jewish Stake in Vietnam?
IS THERE a special Jewish -
i solution to tl
Are Jews abnormally
to the di nger of a nu-
they more
rful of th the) an
repea* d if
th Vietnam goes down, then
Laos,
f thai troubled corner
u ill be lost
A coupli "e ,n;,n n"' "
got tog 'ther to disci ss the J
movement Acton '
, ,i, reven articulated
. they wondered out loud whether
such idealism is foredoomed un calating destruction.
B .: in this most vital issue, as in so many of the
nagging challenges oi our day. only the most trem-
ulUOUS of self haters can doul.t [or a moment that
Jews have an obligation to stay In the van of those
Copifof Spotlight; By MILTON FRIEDMAN
Eternal Light Vigil
HE SOVIET Gmbassj
V.
1
I by civil rights d<
iu< the- '- ''
U wen

ed b> the Soriel I -
jon bled to demand
that the Soviel Union end its anti-Jewish
policies. They came to Washington m special trains
supplied with kosher food to participate in the "Eternal
Light Vigil" organized by the 24 groups associated with
the American Jewish Conference on Soviet Jewry. The
Soviet Embassy heard these thousands and other non-
Jewish demonstrators sing. "We Shall Overcome."
More than 5.000 gathered across Pennsylvania Are.
from the White House. The site was I-afayette Park,
where many recent demonstrations for civil rights were
held.
Soviet diplomats are reportedly apprehensive at ru-
mors that many Negroes and Viet Nam pacifist demon-
strators will identify with the cause of Russian Jewry.
There is talk in liberal circles of spontaneous and unoili-
cial pickets Joining the crowd to demand "fair play for
es of U.S.A., peoples of Viel Nam. and Jews of the
Why would non-Jev s, obsessed by their own special
mtrcesis. be attrai l<
The fad is 'ha' liberals have been stung by chargi
for Viel Nam peace and Negro n
o inial i-i!,mated Sept. 19 provides an opportunity to
dedication to universal i tlce. A non-Jewish
youth, ..rr> sted during the recent Capitol Hill
n-ar protest, said "a real liberal would ficht for '
,sh rights in Russia as strongly as he would for Negros
I here or for an end to the Viel Nam war."
Another dl monslrah.r. a Negro affiliated with the
Congress of Racial Equality saw the Jewish hne as a le-
gitimate opponunii.v for -extremists" to thou they are
ready to protest Communist and anti-Jewish policies.
Elements accused of leftist leanings have a chance
to show the universality arid consistenc) of their liberal-
The vigH demanded that lews in the Soviet Union
Im aeCOrded the same rights provided by the Kremlin to
(her religious and ethnic minorities Jews in the I SSR
have been subjected to denial of many cultural and relig-
ious facilities permitted other minorities
Demonstrators staged a round-the-clock vigil with-
in view of the White House They attempted to see Pres-
ident Johnson to ask his help. A call was made on the
State Department.
Hut the real impact was achieved when marchers
present the Soviet Embassy with petitions signed in cities
and towns throughout the United Mates,

the Internal
Peace, t reat I'ac
hel I in N(
ter peace 1

Hot e. not
not peace t
PC1
'
p .,
it in th<

. can thi; i e n ah; '
does it mean to coexist and how can i e

In this anniversary year f Na
.on-, when thai mm for
e falters and droops we havi und
hi than cv er '
solutions to the martia \\ Ihis
oment, th in \ ietna
re in an ugly drama tl
that conflict, President Johnson in hii
'
Let no oi '
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march down this notii
sion th and t.. m individual and <
mun'ity life to the Incn ash
tional security in a world in which no nation can be
immune from the threat oi sodden cat We
have had to turn away lrom our hopes in order to
concentrate on our fears, and the result has been
accumulating neglect of those things which bring
happiness and beauty and fulfillment into our lives
The realistic estimate of what constitutes the
backdrop for Vietnam is a China with an army now
of 200.000.000. a China probably in a position to un-
leash nuclear bombs by 1970. If Hanoi and Peiping
desire an honorable ami equitable settlement oi the
strife in Asia, they can make that intention clear
tomorrow In such a happy turn, the I nited State-
will !* able to play its best role ol peacemaker
dreds of millions of dollar* of innhinm
tree
The State Department, they -ay, g ^
big along with the libraries to foreiga
supply of matches and kerosene to make
for foreign countries to bum Hum The $t"
partment has discovered that the foreigner.'
care to read books but like to watch firt-< jJj
think the library" burnings will help prom,*,,
relations with America.
And there is the problem of the ssjjj
Some fear there will soon not be en Hugh
make whiskey.
And what about air pollutior In m
the industries which are sendme up the jh.
complaining that they have to give t. ,rao^
while |>eople pay billion- tor the 11 ireuesttM
It used to be someone was !,
or coal mine explosion But now I
lation explosion!
\nd the transportation p
.', in now reai h th.
in the time it used to take to
tl. troul is it's too
ct to >-.
v there is the i
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By DR. SAMUEL SILVER Today's Thought:
Zionists in Alts
icl
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WHAT A
took at. of
com enhon of the .
Amcru a
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heard four /:
over the coals I
handled in the H
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its iindormin
.
of the Jewish v'
know he s (win:; malicious, like the V
whom abese anti-ZioniM sympathize
Anyway, what a heating the St..:.
the Zionist convention! Rabbi Judah V
paixT deploring the involvement of the
In politics; Ihey don't belonc in that an-
eSUSe they are saving in effect to their o| "''"'' *
atheist* Rabbi Louis I Newman seofcded elf**
iii4 recogiuUon to nun-Orthodox rabbis
the same logic which keeps Raform and i
his irom officiating at marriages ought
oi the country. The chairman of thi '
Ma> deplored the fact that in Israel
buildings ol beaut)
led.
Sec*
t'haim
hand
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Moel
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had
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UN Listening Post:
By SAUL CARSON
Despite Crises, the I \ Still Stand:
United S I
IT IS FOUR veins since Da,: Ham-1
' BS died in a plane i
,n an African Fore-' The shock j
a- throughout the world, >
aeupanjdi us Since thai day. Sep
ber 17, 1961, two other tra
anal lost oed to tand I
the tall, glass and steel r\ StTUO |
Ofl end First eiime the awftfl
day when John K Kennedy was murdered Then the
m s thai the man admired here possibly more than
any other diplomat. Adlai Stevenson, hid di. I
The-e were very ad events involvinu historic
personali-ies. And there have been to mam ether
ominous development- War scare- iawolving [suel
and the Arab states, the continuing crisis in the
Congo, the flare of fratricide in Cyprus and finally
and potentially the most dangerous to the perpetu-
ity of the United Nations the stiff battle between
I
nd the soviet i
i : peai e keepii
kQUencj in its payments
if UM 1 nit'd .\aiio;
I ; the l N Bfl I n
Israel fn (-:>.:> ution hkeussaatM i
Yet. bare we are on the eve ol th
session of the General aaaemrdj
we have survived all of (hose crises i
taken over the reins BO buddenlv ySJ
marskjotd's hands Lyndon Johi
Ki naSKSJ and. at least on the d
d to his foesmtaa for the Umi
showed outstanding capabititv li
preme Court came Arthur J. Geld


i Stevenson and he has start'
with great vigor and with proof of his
i' putatlon for smooth conciliation
t<


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Page 15-A
Steins, Beth Torah Leaders, Are Honored
With State of Israel Commendation
[MR. A YD *"* STE,N
Omen's Circle
leers Chosen
in
Workmen's Circle
Conference held
nended t>> lev-
i delegates the
of the Southern
were elected:
Harrj SchuWiner.
\\c secretar>
SI 0 Euclid Kve .
try, Mrs I ll
Tex : trea
Atlanta, Ga
i ii nee opening
heard l> n
oi the Ji wish
--.ii "the lmi. d

daj -i pani
.n -Civil lii hts
i .....lunities ol the
Irving Glad-

unity Ci i
- -rn, national
ol Work
i uesl
Miami branches
:i. the i onfer
their nexl meet
Weizmann Farband
...> dinner ol the
Branch >f Far
ir Saturday < h'
in e Shelborne Hotel.
] i- '.,; ing the affau
Stanley and Rhoda Stein, young
huaband-and-wife team of Congre-
gation Beth Torah, have In'en se-
lected to receive the 1.)65 State of
Israel Commendation Award at the
second annual Beth Torah-Israel
Dinner of State on Saturday eve-
ning. Oct. 23. at the Americana
Hotel.
Announcement of the dinner and
award was made by Dr Max A.
Lipachitz, spiritual leader of the
congregation, of which Richard
Sneider is president.
Mr. and Mrs. Stein will be cited
for their "vigorous and dynamic
leadership on behalf of the con-
gregation, the community and a
free and secure Israel."
Dr. Lipschitz announced that
Samuel Fox, congregational and
civic leader, will he chairman of
the dinner According to Dr. Lip-
schHz, Fox was selected as chair-
man "by v irtue of his unique
background of leader-hip in Jew-
ish life encompassing the con
gation, the ci mmunity and the
catise of Israel."
In preparation for the event, e
(rption for members ol the Host
(Vmmittee will given by Mr.
and Mr- Dave VfarguHes at their
homo. 191! \K 195th Dr., on Sun-
day evening, Oel 3 A gnesi a1 the
Arabs Put Off
Their 'Holy War1
Continued from Page 1-A
Arab threat- to
tinue ion projei ts un-
der etion oi Arab air cov-
In Jerusalem, the regular week
|y Niaeli Cabinet meetings gave
ial attention to reports from
the Casablanca summit meeting,
ticular note was taken of the
that, on the Casablanca a
da, was an item calling lor the
stationing of non-Jordanian, Arab
forces in .Ionian to protect the lat-
ter country's water diversion proj-
:;- n poaslble attack by Israel.
The Government's discussion of
tin- entire subject, it was said.
would continue as further, more de-
tailed reports about the Casablanca
meeting are received here
samuu rox
ption will be one of Israel's
leading journalists, Joseph Lai '
who will be in Miami as a special
the Miami Hi:
Dr. Lipschiti, who himself was
a recipient of Israel's Award of
Honor, expressed gratification
that recognition was being ac-
corded to Mr. and Mrs. Stein,
noting that 'they personify the
vigorous leadership which has
made Beth Torah one of the
leading young cor-fegations and
an exemplary force in the en-
deavor for a secure Israel.
"In itanding s r\ ice to
pie and the causes ol Is-
rael, Rhoda and Stanlej Stein
symbolic ol the return ol yo
people '" both sj nagogue and i
'.iiiial leadership "


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JWVCommander Vows Trip to Moscow J^y
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Miami, Florida. Friday. October 1. 1965
Section 3
Unique Naming Ceremony Held

4* 6 V
Mrs. Theodore Nelson and newborn dauqhter.
inya, who was named in a traditional ceremony
., Menorah last weekend.
nior Citizen Friendship
lub Schedules Programs
.j-ah Madison, president,
mty YNtHA Senior Citi-
-id-hip i"lub. his an-
ljt among highlights f< r
of October will be a dis-
Rabbi Jonah Caplan on
act of the Jewi h Holi-
Jewish Family Today,"
Thursday. Oct 7, B P m
for other activities in
ct 14. i Sukkoth party,
entertainment and re-
freshments; Oct. 21. gue-t speaker
to dis USS the provisions of the
Medicare Bill, with a question and
answer period to follow; Oct. 26.
games nighl and celebration of
birthday.- and anniversaries
All Senior Citizens are welcome
to take part m the activities spon.
sored by the Friend-hip Club,
W h l c h meets at the North
Countv YMHA. 14036 NK 6th Ave
A unique nam i cen mony took
place la I val ur '*\ n at
Sdbl atl empie Meno-
i..' with Rabl Maj er Vbramo-
.\ it/ official in
The newborn daughter "i Judge
and \li !'-"' odoie Nelson was
given a Hebrew name during the
readin \ ol i 'ah.
Vci r lin z '<> Rabbi Al i amo-
v.it/. the custom of naming .i
newborn daughter in the synago-
gue is a very old tradition with
the Jewish people. In the days of
the Temple, a special tree was
planted on the Temple hill to
signify the birth of a daughter
'The planting ceremony was
proba.,ly accompanied by great re-
joicing and the special ritual. A-
the syna ;ogue developed, follow
in.; the destruction of the Temple.
riy of naming the child
eorttlrtued to tafcv place in the
synagogue "
Rabbi AbramowiU added thai
"the lathi r is called to the Torah
during the reading of the Scrip-
tures, and following the traditional
blessings, an official declaration is
made before the congregation giv-
ing the newborn daughter a
name "
The Nelsons invited family and
friends to Temple Menorah. where
the newborn infant was brought
at the appointed time to coincide
with the honor given her father
Judge Nelson then chanted the
blessings, and Rabbi Abramowitz
made the declaration, giving the
Hebrew name of Chava Natanya
After the services, the congrega-
ted t" ji
celebration.
"Such ceremonies ought to
;ed by young Jewish
r to intensify the
p ition of the faun''"- in Jewis
. fe an I their identifi ati >n wth
tradition." Rabbi \
leclared.
Sholom Ladies
Temple B'nai Sholom Sisterhood
is holding its annual Yom Kippur
r.ight dance on Wednesday. 8:3-)
p.m.. at the Temple. Chaired by
Mrs Doris Horowitz, the affair
will feature entertainment and *
live band.
ISABEL GRCVE
Arthur II
. : e ': -.. ent J
Hoa .- week Invitation
^K Mi -
tjraj.i haired Carol will attend
only ii ever, since
^B urshons have t>ecn to
House g a I a > before, she
leel left out entirely .
nun only this week re-
to Miami from Washing
Where he attended the uuar
'ding of the Housing and
B n Development Advisory
Itee of the Agency for ln-
ii nal Developmenl
an of the board of Wash-
h : ederal Savings and Loan
It ation, he was appointed to
Committee last March.
* *
,\ Rubins off to Gotham
i'.h sons Chuck and H
" ilj lin will reunite
th a brother he last
o a past president
e Zion Sisterhood, and
B rl i SI ite Department
mmunity leader Mrs Ru-
active in B'nai H'nth and
.;.. Silverman, 1510
. v .,. one l I Mil} 11 wo-
men in the Miami area included
in the 1966 edition ol "Outstand
ing Women of America," just off
the presses Listing is for wo-
men between 21 and 36 nominate I
by women's cl ubs all over the
countrj tor contributions to com-
munity, civic, religious activities
Names are selected by a board
of advisory editors with Mrs. Lyn-
don B iohJMOn honorary chair-
man Gail and her husband.
Dr Leonard Silverman. are the
parent- ol three Nancy 8. Jeff-
rey 5, and Linda 3.
*
On their wa) to the Orient and
a -Fair a go-go around the
| Myra and Aaron -end
fr >m San Francisco
n lo Hebrew and French
wishes tor a good and ha
year the same sentimenl is eon
veyed i" Japanese, Chinese and
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The hours at Mount Sinai HOS-
,..,- ma le less tedious for Betty
, ,1.) by -'ream- Of visitors
and rood wishes messages
Jewish War Vet Ladies
p Quarterly on Sunday
.is War Veterans Ladies'
^ilian. Department of Florida.
hole its quarterly meeting on
^day <:30 a.m.
U ; -nt program outlining the
icy for the year will be dis
sed. The meeting will be held
Ihe Deauville Hotel.
1 Irving Cooperman. depart
^nt president, will give a report
the national convention held in
ptemltr at the Concord Hotel.
At the convention. Mrs Max
Kern, a past department president
trom Miami Beach, was elected
national historian.
Attending the national conven-
tion from the Department of Flor-
ida Ladies' Auxiliary with Mrs
Cooperman and Mrs Kern were
Mesdames Arthur Lee, Edward
levme Gertrude Solomon. Lillian
Pink William Adelman. Frieda
Feuigold. Rrse Spielberg. Joseph
Perry Ann Wollman. Harold Uhr.
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Jewish nwHIn*
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Mrs. Lehrman Again Installed Women's Leader
'lotion of officers of Federation of Jewish Women are
riqhl Mrs. Irvinq Lehrman, assuminq the preside
| and term, and Mrs. Philip Thau, chairman of the day.
leach Attorney Named Judge
fice of Phillip Chafetx, affairs throu houl Dade Count}
,,. Rd., tin- week an- and Florida.
I his appointmenl ;is Mu- He if a member of ceveral fra-
ludge in the City of Sweet- ternal groups, including the BPOE,
Loyal order of Moose, Knights of
Pythias, IOOF, and has been ac-
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for more than 20 years, lias citizens anl the handicapped chil-
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Some 500 women, representing
the leading Jewish women's or-
ganizations in Dane County, paid
warm tribute to Mrs Irving Lehr-
man as she was installed for a sec-
ond term as pretidenl Of the Fed-
eration of Jewish Women. The in-
stallation luncheon took place at
the Fontainebleau Motel on Sept.
20.
Mrs. Philip Thau was chairman
of the day. Presidents of the 65
Jewish women's organizations in
the county were also honored on
the program. Mrs. Sol Goldstein
was program chairman. Mrs. Irv-
ing Cypen. chairman of the Fed-
eration of Jewish Women's Nom-
inating Committee, presented the
Mrs. Baskin
Mokes Report
Mrs vfey< r \ Baskin, president,
South Hade Chapter of Ihe Ameri-
can ..... ii tj for Technion, was to
i on her recenl trip to Israel
. at her Coral Gables
Thursday and Friday.
1 a in. coff< es ..' the Baskin
i Ferdinand SI also
w ill ns for fall and winter
activities of the Technion group,
i Mrs Gerald Schwartz,
I itj i hairman.
Mrs Baskin visited Technion.
Israel Institute ol Technology,
during a seven-week tour of Eu-
rope and Israel.
Other oficers of the South Dade
group for the 196M6 year include
Mesdames Meyer Brilliant. Max-
well Dauer, Louis Schwartzman
and David Sernakrr. vice presi-
dents. Mrs. Morton It. FeUman is
honorary president,
slate of officers for the coming
j ear
Arthur S. Rosichan, executive
director of the Greater Miami lew
Mi Federation, installed the offi-
cers.
in addition to Mrs. Lehrman, the
following officers were installed:
Vice presidents. Mrs. Charles P.
Feinberg. Mrs. Sol Goldstein. Mrs.
Milton Green and Mrs. Sidney
s c h w a r tz; recording Becretarj.
Mrs Trudy Hamerschla; corre
jponding secretary. Mrs. Sol Si
verman; and parliamentarian,
Mrs. Sidney Lewis.
The program of the day featui
a special presentation by the Tem-
ple Emanu-KI Players under the
direction of Trixie Levin.

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Women's Cancer league of Mi-
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monthly meeting on Friday, Oct.
8 at the Honev Plaza Hotel.
'\lr<. Howard G rove, president
pro-tern, will conduct the board
meeting at io a.m and the lunch-
eon meeting al noon I.,inch will
be followed bj
\ highlight oi the afternoon will
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'JewistifkrkfilMi
Pacre 5-3
Author Jim Bishop to be Featured Guest
At Temple .Menorah 16th Anniversary
-embers of the Parent-Teachers Association of Tem-
..u-El qathered at thf orqanization's opening luncheon
last Wednesday. Mrs. Harold I. Brooks, president.
lostet Tie first meeting of the new season in her home at
|v : cms for a full and active year for the Reliaious School
:lined. With Mrs. Brooks (left to right) are Mrs. Robert
[ An. Alan Rothstein. Mrs. Ira Hader and Mrs. Howard
Looking on is Samuel I. Leibowitz, educational di-
i the Temple.
eak Registration At Schechter
Jim B i s!i o p will
: est at the Temple
h inniversarj banquet
5ui laj i \ rung a1 the Deau
nlle Hotel, according to an an-
11 uncement by Leonard Rosen.
'I emple presi lent
Date of the celebration was cho-
-i n as being nearest the day Tem-
ple Menorah was created in 1949 on
Rosh Hash ma. Louis Reinstein is
ferving as banquet chairman.
Bishop will present auto-
graphed copies of his best selling
b"ok. "A Day in the Life of Pres-
ident Kennedy," to guests at thj
dinner.
Rabbi Mayer Abramowitz, spir-
itual leader of the Temple, will
base the 16th anniversary' dedica-
tion ceremony on the 16 books of
the Bible which best fit the Tem-
ple's history "It is appropriate
that on this milestone in the life of
8 temple, we revert to the source
of our inspiration the Bible."
declared Rabbi Abramowitz.
. that "registration in
Schechter Daj School
K.T.anu -El has ap-
. new peak," Samuel J.
education director an-
.at "this year marks
ilestone in the con
I evelopment of the school
.<(rung ot the fifth grade
planned to continue add-
:. I k vela until a complete
I
system has been devel-
teld on Sunday Bus transportation
> been arranged for all pupils.
All pupils in the Religious School
.ere prepared for full participa
iOfl In the children's services held
n both days of Rosh Hashona in
he mam sanctuary of the Temple.
Temple Menorah is a product
of the Bible and its teachings, just
as arc all other synagogues. Not
only will we recall the 16 years
of Menorah's existence, but four
millenia of Jewish creative growth
as well." he concluded.
Temple Menorah had its begin-
nings in a loft above a garage
win re a handful cf families met to
'
hall with full stage and caterinj
facilities
The religious school, under the
direction of Herri Honor, meets
the highest standards of Jewish
education, providing religious
education from Nursery School
through confirmation classes.
Named by Rosen to serve with
Reinstein on the Banquet Commit-
tee are Max Krauss. honorary
chairman, Harry J. Kniyht. CO-
Khali uTan, and as a Host Commit
tee. the entire Board of Directors:
David Alper. Mrs. Elsie Belsky,
Irving Billig. Morris C Berger,
Morris Black, Michael Bronstein.
.lack Burstein, Louis DeOoveny,
Joseph Denmark. Isadore Drell,
Malvin Bnglander, Sam Feldstein,
Himen Fenster, Sam Fuchs, Na-
thaniel GILkman. Dr. Samuel
Greenfield. Isaac llirsch. Harry
Hoffman. David Kleiman. Dr Sig-
mund Klein. Jack I. Korenblit.
Ben Krovetz. Joseph Kornfield.
Emanuel Lebowitz. Sam Leifman.
Jerry Lelch.uk. Sam Malow.
Agency Top in Production
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with i almost 11
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Joseph Man-bach. Jacob Matz.
A. Louis Mechlowitz, Dr. Jack
Mishkin. Al Orvieto, Marcus Paul-
son, Abraham Rabinowitz, Harry
Rosenfeld, Edward Schaeffer, Sam
Schiffman, Ed Schuman, Abrahan
Robert Sie-
Nothing goes with
a good meal like
Tetley Tea!
Because Tetley is bright and
bracing as the finest, tastiest tea
should be-a favorite in Jewish,
homes since 1837.
BULK, BAGS AND
INSTANT
organize a synagogue and to offer Selecoff, Al Sherman.
huth religious service- and educa gel, I Wally Sigal, Charles S in
tion to the community. From those mer, Saul Strachman, Jerry Suss-
early days, Temple Menorah has man. Jerome t'finer. Maurice
gn .vn in number- and in stature Weil. Rubin Z.erlin. and Irwin
It now has a sanctuary with a seat- Zuckerman
K on the package means Kosher. Certified
Kosher and Parve by Rabbi Jacob Cohen
irsery-Kindergarten De
\ ..s also reached .1 new
the largest classes in
history attending pre-
r m l>oth buildings of
Leibowitz added.
day-Confirmation De>
ipened last week. Reg-
I ms School classes in all
Busior. 1 both buildings were
[odrmr Hadassah Meeting
meeting it 11 :io a.m.
11 th Kirdimah Group of Hada-
ih i- .. teduled for Thursday,
t-t ', tie Singapore Hotel
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Russia arwi
E en *RJ. *ey "-1" maalvai and aacta
They r-:-rn<
tiau help with the raoviag o: iituhter Har
net to Hollywood *ere her aaaaUKj Dr.
Leonard Roseodorf. will be an aaeocuie in the
Department of Radiology- at the Mea.or.ai Ho-
pita. Now Dave and Ruth are weanns a path
up Route &5 to see tbeir granddau. Sheroa
Dee Pretty soon, they will have to divide the:r
- r*cause Sherr.a .~ ; .n: to ha\e a
new c --..-. The new cousin i- expi
of Karen and Harold Rifas. aad I
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France* Lertrm*n
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Friday. Ode--:.
WOMEN OF THE WEEK
Gussie (Mrs, Eugene J.) Schwarz has :\ Feeling thai
she might have been something of a brat when she was
;i child growing up in Newark, N.J., where she \\;is horn,
she took a business course in high school Those wire
depression times Along with 150 other girls, she applied
tor a job she gol the job, working for an attorney, and
the paj was the huge sum of twelve dollars a week. Now.
-he says, things are .1 little different: the prospective job-
seeker interviews the boss, not the boss the applicant.
Seeing breadlines and apple-sellers on street corner-.
were part of her growing up, She cast her pntl\ eyes on
her Eugene at a party, and decided he was the man for
her. Thej lived most ol theil mar-
ried hfe in East Orange, N.J.,
where they started in the retail
e furniture business Gussie
1 hal-
e cm satisfj 1 (standing
-~ and 1 rofessional
came to con-hit ai
1 them, 1
i ami community !.i< 1
hir B"nai B'rith v of which
a very dear friend was p
Eugene 1 th<

e ran the
r firsl vacation war
in Floi 1 he
exact, Th< 5 lo\ ed the 1
mosphere and vowed tl I
(hey won'::! come back t" live. The) did.
and built a home m Smfs.de Hut Eugene's id" .< of retiring
didn't pan out so well. 11. was on the Surfsidc, Citj ( oun-
cd for ten years, was mayor of Surfside, heal '. 1
unit) 1 hi si I his d -'net and president ol the
Nurses besides business, ol course
Part of Gussie's philoso] I \ of life i- that -he
believes that we are our brothers' ke<
help others and there is ah eone in need oi a help-
ing hand, a shoulder to lean on or sometimes jusl a cheery
telephone call When they moved to Surfside, Gussie
started to do community work and join organizations Her
rites, Deborah Sanitorium, of which she was pie-;
Hope v< h >"i tor Ri 1 hildn n and 1 ing a
Pink Lad) at Mt, Sinai Hospital. Temple and Sisterhood
always come firsl in Gussie's book. Presently, she
is pn enl E theS sterhood ol N Gussie 1- a down to earth person with a wonderful
ring people wanl to work lor her and with
her in between, she accompanies her husband when he
finds it m to travel ies to the cabana to
ays cards, doe- needlepoint and relaxes watching color
ision; knowing that she can easil) answer yes' to
tiie question: Am 1 my brothers' keeper?"
GUSSIE
Kase, Hirsch
Exchange Vows
Yuki Hirsch. daughter of Mi-
ami Mi- Herbert Hirsch, 1101 NE
Ter., became the bride of
William S Kase during a cen
Saturday. Sept. 25 Rabbi Joseph
officiated at the evening
nuptials held in the Algiers Hotel.
where a reception followed
When they return from a I
moon in Jamaica, the couple will
Ine ai 13175 NE 6th Ave
Honor attendant- to the br i d e
were Vicki Weithorn and Mr- l.< -
ie Susskind, with Mr-. Bonnie Le
vine, Mr- Roberta Schwedock,
Mrs Marie Wilson and Mr- lima
Hirsch, bridesmai is
Robert Light served as the
bridegroom's best man Sanford
Hirsch, AI G ree n e, Les Wiesen,
Dennis Bookshester, Stanlc) Ros<
and Gu) Laferrier ushered
Mis Kase's long bridal u<^' n
v..- fashion* I with a whiti
15 bodice and lace trimmed, bcll-
thaped sleeves ami .-kin The
rown of lace In Id the -ol' illu-
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white roses
i Mr and Mrs Howell Kasi
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Page 11-B
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Traditional Memorial Services to be Held
At Cemeteries in Miami Area Sunday
Samuel R. Stone, spiritual leader of Temple Adath
and Cantor Maurice Neu at Hiqh Holy Dav
11 is located in the heart of a heavily-Dopulated
ty of Noith Miami Beach at 1025 NE Mi<
mony Lodge Plans Program
\ i! -,ui 11 Goldstein,
Harmon) I.'
irtnounced Ihe ap
i;;ii>in Samuel I!
Board of Directors
i recent arrii ed from
, rvcs the congregation ol
Adalh Yeshiirun in North
I i Also a member of
jnl in Rabbi Max Lipschitz,
|Torali Sj nagogtw.
members inducted into
\ Lodge during the past
include Morris Tepper.
Lissak, I/>uis Fogel. Ben
IWilliam Stone. Robert M
Pincus Aloof.
HD Lodge will have its
Bting on Monday. 8 p.m .
Torah Synagogue. Pro
Jl deal with the question
of w i e|
in publishiri. i re trial pub
lu ity in ci iminal cas< s inti
with a fair and impartial trial.
Moderating will be Judgi
ward S. Klein, of the Criminal
Courl ol Record and speakers will
be Walter Gwtan, president, Flor-
ida Criminal Defense Attorney's
Association and Vern Williams, a
reporter for The Miami News.
The tradition ol community me-
morial service- at cemeteries be-
tween Rash llashon.i and Yoni Kip-
pur will be observed throughout
Ihe area on Sunday, oet :;. at \lt.
Nebo Cemetery, Star of David Me-
morial Park, Lakeside Memorial
Park and Greater Miami Jewish
( emeterj Association.
\'aried schedules to which the
Jewish community will be wel-
i me : h ive been slated
Day-long services will be held
at Mt. Nebo Cemetery, 5S05 NW
3rd St., starting at 10 in the morn-
ing, when Rabbi Samuel AprN,
of Teinp'e Or Olom, will officiate,
followed bv R.ibbi David Rosen-
feld, of Flagler-Granada, at 10:30
a.m.
Dr Irvin Lei rman will bold
-i r\ ii i'- [or I mat El at
11 a m an II a li li I Samuel M
m.h htei of temple B ii Sh ilom,
.> es al 11 30 a m.
SI al noon.
lau officiating al servic* for
B e I li David. Ihe afternoon
e will continue
th Rabbi Mayer Abramowitz, ol
Temple Menorah, al 12 30 p
Rabbi Morton Mala\ skj. ol 1!
wood Temple Beth Sholcm, l p.m.;
Rabbi Morris v Kipper. Temple
Judea, l 30 p.m.; Temple Israel's
Rabbi Joseph R. Narot, 2 p.m ;
Hahbi Max Lipschitz. Beth Torah
Congregation, 2:80 p.m.; and final
services for the day. Hahbi Max
Shapiro. Beth Kodeah. :i p.m
Rabbi Murray Alslet will hold
10 a.m community memorial ser-
vices ai Star of David Memorial
Park, 5900 SW 77th Ave. At li 30
a.m., he will officiate at observ-
ances fi i members of B'nai B'rith.
Temple memorial services at
Star of David will be conducted
by Rabbi Alfred Waxman for
Temple Zion at 10 a.m.; Rabbi
Morris Skop, Temple Beth Shiran,
at 1 p.m.; Rabbi Samuel Mach-
tei, Temple B'nai Sholom, 2 p.m.;
and Rabbi Morris Kipper, Tem-
ple Judea, 3 p.m.
i Kipper w ill offer era' e-
on request lo
his l 30 p mi. sen ices al Vlt, N-
i r :; p.m sen ices al Star
. David.
i-.ilc- for en
i i le Memorial Park,
va 25th 51 and 103rd Ave starts
al l i with R a b t> i Mayer
Al rami *'itz, ol T< mple Menorah,
cond initial ei \ ice >i
ficiating al n a m ill be Rabbi
Eugene 1.about/, of Temple Ner
Tamil: 11:30 a.m.. Rabbi Samuel
\nrii. Temple Or i Horn. 1 P m :
Rabbi Max A. Lipschitz. Beth Tor-
ah Congregation, 2 p.m.; Rabbi
Ralph Z. Glixman, Temple Beth
Tov 2:30, 2:30 p.m.; Rabbi Maurice
Klein. Temple Tifereth Jacob. 3:30
i in.: Rabbi Daniel M Lowy, Tem-
ple Sinai.
Greeting the Jewish community
on the New Year 5726. theme for
Greater Miami Jewish Cemetery
Association memorial services will
lie "Honoring Our Beloved De
( eased i- a I'arl ol <>ur High lloli-
daj Repentance
The association will hold relig-
ious observances on Sund..\ Ocl
.'i. 11 a.m.. al the Jewish section "i
Woodlawn P a r k Cemeterj 3280
SW 8th si
Par! lers
will lie Rabbis S >l Land.i
.-chili and Max Shapiro. |
tor Will mi W. Lipson ch
ii g the Iiturg>
At 2 p.m the assooiation ha i
planned an observanci
- nai Mem rial P ark < lemi I
th SI
Rabbis Solomon Schiff, Snmar.
yahu Swirsky ard Tibor H. Sterr
wiil officiate, assisted by Cantor
Maurice Mamches, who will of-
fer the musical portions of the
services.
Seat> and a ten! v ill be S( >
and pi books will tx hed
those attendii
Program i hairman is H> :
Galbut, w i t Ji Frederic Rosi nth. .
co-chairman. Hyman Chabner is
association president
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Ad Agency Here
Edward Seheaffer, president.
has announced the appointment
i of Lila Lynn as media director for
E. j. Seheaffer
iV Associates Ad
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Miss Lynn has
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sinci IM>
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that time,
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Drake tenner &
Vssoeiates, and as
for the Commumt>
lishing Corp
A native of Brooklyn, N Y she
has hied for the past five years
on liai Harbor island- with her
two sons, Michael 11, and Stephen
9 she is currentlj a member ol
the School Board of Temple Ner
Tamid in Miami Beach.
In her new position as media
director. Miss Lynn iil be di
,-eetlv responsible for the recom
mending and expediting ol all ra
dio television, and printed media
,i both a local and national basis
MISS ITNN
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We are pleased
to present .
RICHARD TUCKER
chanting portions of
the liturgy for
YOM KIPPUR
Monday Evening
October 4th
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HAPPY HOLIDAYS
ILin tZ^tbcs?* d~td.
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IR. AND MRS. KENNETH KESSLER
and FAMILY
Wish their Friends and Relativi
Healthy and Prosperous New Year
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Discussing business of the South Florida
Region oi Women's American ORT on the
Lincoln Road Mall are (left to right) Mes-
dames Philip Stark, regional membership
vice president; Bernard Hoffenberg, regional
planning conference chairman; Louis Baron,
regional reenrollment and Combined Jewish
Appeal chairman; Florence Kupperman. re-
gional president. Right is "Miss Hospitality
of Miami Beach."
OUR ORGANIZATIONS IN NEW YEAR GREETINGS
So. Florida's Busy ORT Chapter
By MRS. FLORENCE KUPPERMAN. President
Southeastern Florida Region
Women s American ORT
THE joy of an approaching holiday is always
mingled with remembrances remembrances
of the pliirht of our brethren in far away lands
This year, members of the Southeastern Florida
!i of Women's American ORT proudly ap-
proach the New Year with our bopes high to at-
tain our tfoal of a classroom -e.a and a work-
shop berKih for every boy. girl, man and woman
seeking OUT training
Founded in hiuh purpose by men of vision
and selfless dedication to their fellow-Jews ORT
in the early d:,\ MUgbt to bring the Jews out of
the dark gtiettos of Eastern Europe into the main
stream of community life, into the sunlight of op-
portunity offered b> the industrial revolution of
the i88o's it sought, by Maimonides' precepts to
help men to help themselves, to make them pro-
ductive members of society
Since oKT's inception in 1880. over one million
students have been trained in more than 600 ORT
installations in 2 countries on five continets. in-
cluding 1-rael. Europe, North Africa. India and
South America. But hundreds of thousands have
been turned away Today, however, thanks to
Women's American ORT, which celebrates its 38th
anmversary this year, four new apprenticeship
center- arc- being built in Israel These will enable
us to train some lo.ooo apprentices-hip and pre-ap-
prenuceship students annually. These students
represent the youth of the nation and their -<-
curity. their hopes, their dignity indeed their
entire future depends upon ORT":. program.
Kennedy Apprenticeship Center
One of the four schools now under construc-
tion is the John F. Kennedy Apprenticeship Cen-
ter in Jerusalem. It is being built in Boc'a. a de-
pressed area, much in need of a school of this
type- A more fitting site for this school would be
difficult to find. This large meadow was, during
Israel's fight for freedom, an army camp. The
concrete slabs for tents are still there, buried in
the wild grass. How wonderful, indeed, that on the
same land that trained youth to fight for freedom,
an edifice will rise whose sole purpose is to train
youth to be self-sufficient citizens of a great new
democracy.
ORT has gone into all parts of the world, set-
ting up its operations wherever vocational train-
Hag can rehabilitate the underprivileged and raise
the economic cultural level of families and com-
munities. ORT is the largest non-governmental vo-
cational training agency in the world. ORT schools
give thousands of boys, girls, men and women
training in more than 70 different skills and
trades, including such fields as tool-and-die-making,
electronics, aeromechanics, general mechanics,
the building trades, dressmaking, auto-mechanics,
laboratory techniques, welding virtually every
important skill needed by rmxlcrn economics
In addition to vocational training, academic
education is included. The ORT Bramson School in
New York City, huh serves refu ees and other
Jewish migrants, hums to the pounding clatter of
several scores ol sewing machines ami the hiss
of cloth-cutting knives, its classrooms packed to
capacity: while other students stand in the ante-
room for a chance at one of the more intricate
machines
Things to Come
During the summer, dedicated ORT members
of the Southeastern Florida Region were busily
ed in membership recruitment t e a s, a-
membership is the backbone oi our organization
Our annual ORT Sabbath will Ik- held Nov
19. with One^ Shabhats in all synagoj es
temples throughout Dade and Broward Counties
This year will mark the seventh annual
"Jennie" Award Luncheon honoring our sponsor,
Jennie Grossinger, who brought ORT to Miami
the afair. we hope, will surpass all previous ones
Many other functions arc being planned, incl
theatre parties, movie premieres and our Honor
Roll Luncheon, which will take place Maj 26 1966
at the Diplomat Hotel. Also, once again we will
honor our Mellah Mothers at an annual luncheon.
Last year, our entire Executive Committee,
as well as many members, contributed to Com-
bined Jewish Appeal, and once again we received
the treasured award from CJA. We again pie Ige
our support fcr the coming year
Ever mindful of our duty to our community.
we are contributing clothing every month, through
our Thrift Shop. 6113 NW 7th Ave to the Econom-
ic Opportunity Program, for several young adults
in need. Our members will open their families
for the holidays to members of the Armed Ser-
vices and their families, who are stationed in
this area.
Di'i ing the past year, the Southeastern Florida
Region added the Ocean Harbor and Atlantic
Shores Chapters, making a total of 18 chapters,
but this is not enough in order to conquer the
accommodations problem.
Some 45 delegates of the Southeastern Florida
Region will attend the 18th biennial convention of
Women's American ORT on Oct. 25 to 28 at the
Pittsburgh Hilton Hotel. Pittsburgh Pa., and we
will pledge our support once again to help man
stand a little taller, a little straighter and help
maintain himself by giving him the means, ma-
terial and tools to make him a self-sustaining and
dignified human being
Judge Friedman Attends Conference In Montreal
Beach UN Unit
Hears Speakers
[rwm W Kal con-
.. m Bruun p
res the I nited Nations Chapter
,: Miami Be i< h II as innounced
bj Andre S Bialolenki, program
chairman The open meeting was
to be held at 8 p.m.. Thursday, at
Washington Federal, 12M Washing-
ton Ave.
The general meeting scheduled
for the fourth Monda) in October
has been canceled so that United
Nations Day may In- formally cel-
ebrated at the Miami Beach Audi-
torium the evening of Sunday. Oct.
26.
President Bayard Strell and
Mayor Elhotl Roosevelt have in-
vited speakers of national pr>m-
inence to help commemorate the
2nth anniversary' of the United Na-
tions Association.
Credit Union Boat Rid,
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Miami Municipal Court will be
represented at a top-level meeting
of Judges of the lower court sys-
tem of North America converging
on Montreal from Oct 4 to 8 for
the annual convention of the Na-
tional Association of Municipal
Judi
Judge Milton A Friedman is
scheduled to participate in a pro-
gram heralded as the mott inten
save training program for judges
ever presented. In workshops
staffed with international!) known
authorities from the fields of law,
medicine, criminology, penology
and sociology, the jurists from 45
states and every province of
Canada will tackle some of the
most critical problems facing the
courts todaj
Judge Friedman will discuss n
; cent problems confronting him in
the Miami Municipal Court. He
will bring back to his own court
knowledge of new judicial tech
niques being developed in connec-
tion with matters of civil disobedi
Variety Club
Adds Members
itu
Variet) Chib
eepted nun b
executives into
announced bj i rHtl
Added to th. ,
las AjTiar. ( hart.
Joseph Barchan ,T,\ ^1
Herbert V Hwsgl
Paige, and Get
ence. counsel for the indigent, bail
procedures, court dockets and
congestion, traffic violators train-
ing, uniformity in sentencing
judicial selection, alcohol and n.,r
cotic addicts, community partici-
pation in rehabilitation, preserva-
tion of the independence of the
judiciary
Judee Friedman brings to Mon-
treal the benefit of his nine years
of experience on the .Miami Mun
cipal bench
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OUR ORGANIZATIONS IN NiW YEAR GRATINGS
merican Medical Center Unit
E. "*R5
MURRAY LEVRANT, PretiderJ
Dade County Council
A,.*r.can Medical Center et Denver
lelegates to the biennial convention
Ih,' \ merican Medical Center at Denver did
L ihan attend work Bhopg this year. They made
' bringing a little of their famous snmshine
If, the lives of the AMC patients.
Mr- Irving Rubinstein, president of Coral
-Pt-r Mrs. Jrrry Leader, president of Biscayne
lapi.r and Mrs. Murray Levrant. president of
!rio Count) Council, were part of the group of 300
legates and presidents from all over the I'nited
,,,". who (fathered in Denver for the National
,! of Auxiliaries biennial convention recently.
10 Mrs Rubinstein. Mrs Leader and
Levrant, the Miami contingent included
Mr- Benjamin Budowsky. Biscayne Chapter:
Tan'. F.t linger. Mrs. Norman Goldin. Mrs.
rman Traeaeh, and Mrs. Sam Brambier. Coral
Chapter; Mrs Murray Corwin and Mrs Martin
Perkoff. Flamingo Chapter; Mrs Mae S Moms and
Mrs Merman Sohonfeld, Greater Miami Chapter;
and Mrs. Jack Groman. Mrs. Michael Anders, Mrs
Morns Golaskin ami Mrs Harry Wolper. Tropical
Chapter.
Highlight of the convention for the Miami
group was the election of Mrs David Bendell to
the post of vice president "1 good and welfare.
The Florida Chapters are six of nearly a hundred
women's groups in 28 American cities that work
in support of the American Medical Center at Den-
\ er
The American Medical 'Center provides free
treatment for patients with advanced and recur
rent cancer and chronic respiratory diseases.
Strongly allied with its cancer treatment program
is a program of basic and clinical cancer research
carried out with the aid of the National Institutes
of Health
Jfyar JWitzvalt
Od
Alar Gilden
: Mr ami Mrs Samuel
be Bar Mitzvah at
>i Israel A Kiddusn
the Temple
wiH be served for the
i, Is .it the Famous
Miami Beach.
Steven Braidmen
Mi and Mrs K<
will (
Saturda) morning
i mple /inn
u/eal Miami Junior
plays in the scho '1
ind is .i rand
m I "i le Zion
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Alan Weintraub
'it 2, Alan, son of
tj B Weintraub.
- will be Bar Mitt-
i: ; -1 .i 1 ol reater Mi
. an eighth grade student
I Kennedy Junior High
the Honor Boll there last
plays the bass horn in
b orchestra A -ports fan,
swimming, golf, baseball
football,
eption in hi> honor at the
Town Hall will be attend
y hi- irrandparents. Mr. and
Edward Weintraub. and Mrs.
lii Kreiner.
Cary Rosen the I
IT) -on of Mr. and Mrs. Albert
enth.il. 451 SW 30th Rd.. will be
Mitzvah at Beth David Con-
dition on Saturday, Oct. 2.
Car> i- an eighth grade student
. | Shenandoah junior Hiirh and at-
tended the t'. t h David Religious
I for seven > i ars. He is in-
terested in sports and plays the
ar
ants Mr
. nd SI Wi nl..... of Mi-
e in atti nee at the
ten
Cory Rosenfhol
Sunday <
ir Hall.
ii.
David's
Lipton in Israel Mission for CJA
\1 Lipton presidenl of
Miami Jew si l ed<
. a nexl week as |
I th< mission oi Umtcd
Vppeal. Th< n is i
idership
invest att at first I
!.,. utilization ol United Jewish Ap-
, Europe and Israel
The mission will meel in H i
four-day briefing

..., u b including the
ition Committee and
the United li'''- Service
The mission will then travel
to Naples to visit staging areas
for embarkation of Jewish refu-
gees to Israel. It will then go to
Israel for an intensive two-week
exploration of immigrant needs
during their adjustment period.
While in Israel, the mission will
,meet with the Premier and Presi-
dent of Israel and officials of the
Jewish Agency for Israel.
Lipton. head of the Dade Feder-
al Savings and Loan Association, is
a former campaign chairman of
the Federation's Combined Jewish
eal whi h raises funds for CJA
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Mrs I ipton will i '> her
husband on the mission
EMPLE EMANl-EL
Dr. Irving Lehrman
Rabbi
Samuel J. leibowilz
Educational Director
Son Directs
His Father In
The Pawnbroker'
j, hn II istor did it in the famed
rreasure of the Sierra Mi i
an! now Sidney Lumel has d< i
il in -The Pi nbroker "
He has directed his father in a
key role in an award-winning film,
Husti n. of ci urse, guided his father
in the memorable role <>t the old
prospector. Lumet, whose style is
very different, has cast his father,
Baruch Lumet, as a bed-ridden old
man in The Pawnbroker.'' a film
which was the official American
entry at last years Berlin Film
Festival where the star. Rod Stei
ger. walked off with the Best Act-
or Award.
F.ly Landau's production of "The
Pawnbroker," now showing at
Loewe's Riviera. 170th St.. and
Flamingo Theatres, also stars Ger-
aldine Fitzgerald and Brock Peters,
1701 Washington Ave., JE 1-9745
727 -77th Street, UN 5-0216
REGISTRATION STiLL IN PROGRESS
SOLOMON SCriECHTER DAY SCHOOL
Kindergarten through Grade 5
Complete Bi-Cultural Program Full English
Curriculum of Dade County Schools Enriched
Hebraic Program Art Physical Education
Hot Lunches Bus Transportal
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for weddings, club luncheons, banquets, bar
mitzvahs. card parties, confirmations, receptions,
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THE JEWELRY STORE OF TOMORROW
KINGSLEY JEWELERS
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HOLIDAY GREETINGS TO ALL OUR CUSTOMERS
FROM
MR. AND MRS. NATHAN HOLTZMAN AND EMPLOYEE":
513 LINCOLN ROAD MALL, MIAMI BEACH
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LEGAL NOTICE
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BY HENRY LEONARD
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"We've distributed 1500 Yom Kippur tickets for
the 1000 seats in our temple. Gentlemen, let
us now pray for Atonement and for rain on
Yom Kippur Night !" ___^__^_____
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY UIVEN thai
dii signed, to engagi
name cil
lll'Y CASKEY ll.VMHLER CO. ftt
..; South Fed< ral Hlghwu). Mome-
-!. iid, rlorldu Intel a- to i eg Intel -.. d
iiiinii' iili Hi.- Clel k of the i'ii. Ull
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BCIIRMASTER AND
CASKEY COMPANY
;. Florida Ci n.
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I [I VVID LIEBMAN
Attoi ii. j for Applicant
9 17-24, 1" 1-8
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 68161-B
IN RK: Eftnti ul
ABRAH V.M URIEPER
l leeeasi .1
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditor* and All Person* Hav.
r'lnlnu oi I mandt \u..11.-' Ba d
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VBRAH Ul (IKIEI'ER
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ATTENTION
ATTORNEYS.
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solicits your legal notice*.
W appr.clat* your
patronage and guarantee
accurate eerrice at legal
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LEGAL NOTICE
LEGAL NOTICE
LEGAL NOTICE
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELFVFNTH JUDIC'AL CIRCUIT OP
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY IN CHANCERY
No. 65C9659
BASK OP COMMERCE, n Sew York
hanking .......m Ion,
Plaintiff.
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JAMES N. <' >SS and \i VROIE
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Firsi publication of this notice on MARC.tE CO.
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HENRI NORTON < !'
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:a divorce
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APPLY FOR CHANGE OF NAME
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COUNTY IN CHANCERY
No. 65C 9922
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FLORIDA IN PROBATE
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STATEMENT OF OWNERSHIP
MANAOI NO C RCULAT.ON
,A.t 1 o. 1962; Section I3N,
Title 39. Lmted States Code 1
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1 I.EATIIERMAN. Clerk th SI M 111 Florida ::.'.!:.. !.-.-
.. C.uniy, Klorl.ln tlon of Hi. lioodMuarteni or n.-nera
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,'.( the Vn----- 111 tlM ;l"' FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
. :u '. 1:1 ll Oil COUNTY IN CHANCERY
in suit f.-r P...I.- County, EUirida 01 No. 65C10024
,., before th. !Mil il.i> of tvti ROBERT WIU.1A.M CRuWLEY,
iv'.".. in d< fauli of hi. h ii" Com.
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19(5.
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Clerk ol Clrctill 1' >url
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IN THE COUNTY JUDGE S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No 68181-C
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PIANi: MARILYN JOY CROM LEY,
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SUIT FOR DIVORCE
i'i i: I ilANE MARILYN J< ^
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I,) 11 brook, I^.ml: Island, Ni a York
Yul' ARE HEREBY NOTIKIEP
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IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLOR.DA IN PROBATE
No 67762-B
IN RE 1: '
IIYM.VN Ri .SINII.
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1' Clerk
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NOTi^E UNDER
[ FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
pTICB is IIEKEBY GIVEN thai
Ti'Hl.-isin..,i drclrlna engir< In
pimj 11111I,- ,1 ri.-iltl,,s nun. nl
I HAS KU>\\ 1:1: SHOP :! Ml-
I.1'""- ii' Miami ii.... I.
iii.i Inteooi. ..-ii.-i.i- mid ......
ihf C|frl 0 the i-lriuit Court
ade CoBnby, Elorlda
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rHBR H PRTKHMAN
rney (.,1- Apr.] ,,
- ybold Buildliis
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NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
ITICK is HI IRUBY 1IIVEN I ha I
- -inn, .1. .,. -i. |na ,,, aniraffe in
""i und r I Ri tlthtiu n ime ol
CAR ,1 1 It N I-: 1-, Street. Mi-
1 ..1.1.- Com i-' Ida Inti nd in
1 .viili ill.. Clerk ..i
Dade County.
BENJ VMIN i'i ri.ii:
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9/17-24. I
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Miami I'.n.ii S3132; manuslnM ||-
i..,- n.-.i K St.- Ii. t. l-'" N E. ''.th St..
\i m 1 i'i.. I 1 list
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.';.;:<, Miami. r'lorWu WBH: Ethel
siviii. t. P.o.H 'Mlt Miami, Florida
: hoi 1 a Purtni 1 -lupi
Known bondholdera, mortitaKeea, ind
..th. 1 .-. .-ni in holdera ownlns 01 hold.
In* 1 pereent or more ..1 total ainminl
of bonda. mortiraitea or othei
I tie* None
VveraKi N.....pie* each luue aur-
inn prvi adliui I- miMithn
Total So. roplea printed (net press
run) '': -'"'
.-it., filing date 11,400
Paid 1 "Ii. itatloii
Si:..- tin-..null dealers and carrier*-,
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Mall s ii.-. iiil,.n- i:i,:'.
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inn,. ..1 the iii-i publication hereol
or the sum. ill be bai 11 il
IHited :it Miami, PI Ida, th '-
daj ,.i September, A.l> :'"
STANLEY C MYK1W
A> Executor
p publlratl......f il'i- notl .- on
lb. unh daj Soptember, l!
MYERH. HK1MAN t K VPLAN
An..ni. j t for Executor.
Il.'.o S W. 1st St., Miami
I0-17-S4, 10/1
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NOTICE IS HEREBY I1IVEN ih.it Vttornej foi E\ecutrlx
the unilemlgnod, desiring i- i-ngiige
laisii..... under the fictitious name of
\S EOT KKNUALL PARK al 1'.....1
County, I'i. Intends to register said
1,.m 1. with the Clerk ol the Circuit
Court 1 lade County. Florida.
EVAN oLSTER. Trustee
:'.7iv \\ Plaflai Street
: 24. i" 1 -ft-15
IS 1.in,
i;.i.. Miami Beat It, 1
! 24, 10 I
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 67575-A
IN RE: Estate of
EVELYN MH.LEB ROST
lv, eased
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
T" All Creditors and All Person* Hav-
ing Clalnia or Demands Asalnst s.ii.i
i-:-t it.-
Y..11 are hereby notlfl.'il and re-
quired i" preseml an) claims and de-
1,minis which ^ du mt) hat.- ac 1
il,.- estate R V I-: 1. Y N MILLER
III >s 1 del .- .1 late "i 1 da Couni (
Florida, to the County Judge* ..f t.. .1.
County, and fib the same in dupll
.1 n Section 1.16
El.ii i.i.1 Statutes. In their offlci -
the Count) I'..in-tin.us.-.' In Dude
Count) 1 lo Id 1, uliiii six call
11 in, .., the in
publi, f, or the same ill
b< iM.ru .1
Hilled 111 M in Piorlda, thl
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\ mi Executrix
420 l.in- ..in Rouil Mall
Miami Beat Ii. Put 131 19
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IP HEREBY GIVEN that
tin- anil. : *bjm I. desiring to engagi iu
businej.* under th,- fictitious nam ..f
OLIVER MANOR -NTl'.siN'i: HOME
. n i' issth Street, North Mi-
ami. Klorlda Intends to reglstei said
name with the Clerk ( ti>>- Circuit
Court of Dade County, Piorlda.
K 1; M NCRSING ROME, INC
It) Carl Kaplan, Vice Pi sldent
1RVINO CYPEN LAW OFFICES
Attorneys for K. CI. M, NURSING
H< >Mi:. INi
Vrthu Imlfre) ll.l.
Miami Reach, Pla. 9/10-17-24 '
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE lb HEREIN UIVEN
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the Mctll ou* name (
KENDALL WEST :ii Bade County,
Fla. int.-tnis t" register s:ii.i name
with the Clerk of the Circuit Court
of Dade Count). I lorida
EVAN 1ILKTKR, Trustee
;'.; is \\ Flagler Street
1 i" 1-8-15
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN
th.. undei signed il Irins n el In
lout- n urn .-f
IIISCVYNE MEDICAL IM.IX1
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. Id name Ith the
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^ Oc::& 1, 1965 +Jel*t fhrHltr Page 15-A Steins, Beth Torah Leaders, Are Honored With State of Israel Commendation [MR. A YD *"•*• STE,N Omen's Circle leers Chosen in Workmen's Circle • Conference held nended t>> levi delegates the of the Southern were elected: Harrj SchuWiner. \\c secretar> SI 0 Euclid Kve try, Mrs I ll Tex : trea Atlanta, Ga i ii nee opening • heard l> n oi the Ji wish --. %  ii "the lmi. d • %  daj -i pani .n -Civil lii hts i lunities ol the Irving Glad%  • %  unity Ci i -rn, national ol Work i uesl Miami branches • :i. the i onfer their nexl meet Weizmann Farband ...••> dinner ol the Branch >f Far ir Saturday < H in • e Shelborne Hotel. ] i•'.,; ing the affau Stanley and Rhoda Stein, young huaband-and-wife team of Congregation Beth Torah, have In'en selected to receive the 1.)65 State of Israel Commendation Award at the second annual Beth Torah-Israel Dinner of State on Saturday evening. Oct. 23. at the Americana Hotel. Announcement of the dinner and award was made by Dr Max A. Lipachitz, spiritual leader of the congregation, of which Richard Sneider is president. Mr. and Mrs. Stein will be cited for their "vigorous and dynamic leadership on behalf of the congregation, the community and a free and secure Israel." Dr. Lipschitz announced that Samuel Fox, congregational and civic leader, will he chairman of the dinner According to Dr. LipschHz, Fox was selected as chairman "by v i r tue of his unique background of leader-hip in Jewish life encompassing the con gation, the ci mmunity and the catise of Israel." In preparation for the event, e (rption for members ol the Host (Vmmittee will !• given by Mr. and MrDave VfarguHes at their homo. 191! \K 195th Dr., on Sunday evening, Oel 3 A gnesi a1 the Arabs Put Off Their 'Holy War 1 Continued from Page 1-A Arab threatto tinue ion projei ts under • • %  etion oi Arab air covIn Jerusalem, the regular week |y Niaeli Cabinet meetings gave ial attention to reports from the Casablanca summit meeting, ticular note was taken of the %  that, on the Casablanca a da, was an item calling lor the stationing of non-Jordanian, Arab forces in .Ionian to protect the latter country's water diversion proj%  :;n poaslble attack by Israel. The Government's discussion of tinentire subject, it was said. would continue as further, more detailed reports about the Casablanca meeting are received here SAMUU rox %  ption will be one of Israel's leading journalists, Joseph Lai who will be in Miami as a special %  the Miami Hi: Dr. Lipschiti, who himself was a recipient of Israel's Award of Honor, expressed gratification that recognition was being accorded to Mr. and Mrs. Stein, noting that 'they personify the vigorous leadership which has made Beth Torah one of the leading young cor-fegations and an exemplary force in the endeavor for a secure Israel. "In • %  • itanding s r\ ice to pie and the causes ol Israel, Rhoda and Stanlej Stein symbolic ol the return ol yo people '" both sj nagogue and i ••'.iiiial leadership %  11 THE WEEK... 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Page 14-A +Jeist> &*****" Friday. Octoj,. Panorama: By DAVID SCHWARTZ Oc.y Having No Problem Can be a Major Probl ^—S • „*• M ;iii——_j J„II,.^_ .t %  of SAFAD, ancient Israeli center of the mystic Cabala, the Mayor. speaking on the problems of the city, said the real problem was how to have no problems. Today, you don't have to be a mathematician to have problems. A frind complained to me about the drafting of his son for "Vitamin.*" "Vitamin." I said, "is something you take in your food to eat so that. God forbid, you shouldn't get beri-beri "H'm." he said. "I can't even spell it. I bet half of the American people couldn't spell it either." Inability to spell, itself, is a major problem. It has been calculated that 72.832.87f. American could not pass a sixth grade spelling examination. And the reading problem is quite as acute UM third of the school children cannot read, another third can read but read the wrong tWOW and the rest can read, but never open a book. And what about the deprived peoples' problemThe deprived Indians of New Mexico, who. we are told have never heard one Philharmonic concert, or the deprived millions of Asia who have never seen a pair of suspenders. We used to hear about people suffering from amnesia. They cant remember. Today, we have Indonesia and we wish we couldn't remember. And Mr Nasser There is another problem He is threatening not to take any more of our hun As We Were Saying: By ROBERT E. SEGAL Special Jewish Stake in Vietnam? I S THERE a special Jewish -• i solution to tl Are Jews abnormally to the di nger of a nuthey more rful of th the) an repea* d %  if th Vietnam goes down, then Laos, f thai troubled corner u ill be lost %  A coupli e ,n;,n n "' got tog 'ther to disci ss the J movement Acton ,i, reven articulated •. they wondered out loud whether such idealism is foredoomed un the Soriel I % %  j on bled to demand that the Soviel Union end its anti-Jewish policies. They came to Washington m special trains supplied with kosher food to participate in the "Eternal Light Vigil" organized by the 24 groups associated with the American Jewish Conference on Soviet Jewry. The Soviet Embassy heard these thousands and other nonJewish demonstrators sing. "We Shall Overcome." More than 5.000 gathered across Pennsylvania Are. from the White House. The site was I-afayette Park, where many recent demonstrations for civil rights were held. Soviet diplomats are reportedly apprehensive at rumors that many Negroes and Viet Nam pacifist demonstrators will identify with the cause of Russian Jewry. There is talk in liberal circles of spontaneous and unoilicial pickets Joining the crowd to demand "fair play for es of U.S.A., peoples of Viel Nam. and Jews of the Why would non-Jev s, obsessed by their own special mtrcesis. be attrai l< The fad is 'ha' liberals have been stung by chargi for Viel Nam peace and Negro n o • %  inial i-i!,mated Sept. 19 provides an opportunity to dedication to universal i tlce. A non-Jewish youth, ..rr> sted during the recent Capitol Hill • n-ar protest, said "a real liberal would ficht for ,sh rights in Russia as strongly as he would for Negros I here or for an end to the Viel Nam war." Another dl monslrah.r. a Negro affiliated with the Congress of Racial Equality saw the Jewish hne as a legitimate opponunii.v for -extremists" to thou they are ready to protest Communist and anti-Jewish policies. Elements accused of leftist leanings have a chance to show the universality arid consistenc) of their liberalThe vigH demanded that lews in the Soviet Union IM aeCOrded the same rights provided by the Kremlin to •(her religious and ethnic minorities Jews in the I SSR have been subjected to denial of many cultural and religious facilities permitted other minorities Demonstrators staged a round-the-clock vigil within view of the White House They attempted to see President Johnson to ask his help. A call was made on the State Department. Hut the real impact was achieved when marchers present the Soviet Embassy with petitions signed in cities and towns throughout the United Mates, • the Internal Peace, t reat I'ac • hel I in N( ter peace 1 • Hot e. not not peace t PC 1 p ., it in th< %  can thi; i e n ah; %  '• does it mean to coexist and how can i e • In this anniversary year f Na •.on-, when thai mm for e falters and droops we havi und HI than cv er solutions to the martia \\ Ihis %  oment, th in \ ietna re in an ugly drama tl that conflict, President Johnson in hii Let no oi %  i %  %  %  march down this notii sion th and t.. m individual and < mun'ity life to the Incn ash tional security in a world in which no nation can be immune from the threat oi sodden cat We have had to turn away lrom our hopes in order to concentrate on our fears, and the result has been accumulating neglect of those things which bring happiness and beauty and fulfillment into our lives The realistic estimate of what constitutes the backdrop for Vietnam is a China with an army now of 200.000.000. a China probably in a position to unleash nuclear bombs by 1970. If Hanoi and Peiping desire an honorable ami equitable settlement oi the strife in Asia, they can make that intention clear tomorrow In such a happy turn, the I nited Statewill !*• able to play its best role ol peacemaker dreds of millions of dollar* of innhinm tree The State Department, they ay g ^ big along with the libraries to foreiga supply of matches and kerosene to make for foreign countries to bum Hum The $t" partment has discovered that the foreigner.' care to read books but like to watch firt-< jJj think the library" burnings will help prom,*,, relations with America. And there is the problem of the ssjjj Some fear there will soon not be en Hugh make whiskey. And what about air pollutior In m the industries which are sendme up the JH. complaining that they have to give T„. rao ^ while |>eople pay billiontor the 11 ireuesttM It used to be someone was !, or coal mine explosion But now I lation explosion! \nd the transportation p .', %  in now reai h th. in the time it used to take to tl. troul '• %  is it's too ct to •>-. v there is the i %  I MRr-kri ice i fBBJ ii)H s^^K By DR. SAMUEL SILVER Today's Thought: Zionists in Alts icl ... • • „ W HAT A took at. of com enhon of the Amcru a i >\er a the heard four /: over the coals I handled in the H Li ich I i %  %  • It %  %  • its iindormin of the Jewish v know he s (win:; malicious, like the V whom abese anti-ZioniM sympathize Anyway, what a heating the St..:. the Zionist co nv en ti on! Rabbi Judah V paixT deploring the involvement of the In politics; Ihey don't belonc in that aneSUSe they are saving in effect to their o| %  "•''"'' atheist* Rabbi Louis I Newman seofcded elf** iii4 recogiuUon to nun-Orthodox rabbis the same logic which keeps Raform and i his irom officiating at marriages ought • • oi the country. The chairman of thi Ma> deplored the fact that in Israel • buildings ol beaut) led. Sec* t'haim hand &f SF Moel I nos tioi had tea wa %  UN Listening Post: By SAUL CARSON Despite Crises, the I \ Still Stand: United S I IT IS FOUR veins since Da, : Ham-1 BS died in a plane i ,n an African Fore-' The shock j • athroughout the world, > aeupanjdi us Since thai day. Sep ber 17, 1961, two other tra anal lost %  oed to tand I the tall, glass and steel r\ StTUO | Ofl end First eiime the awftfl day when John K Kennedy was murdered Then the m s thai the man admired here possibly more than any other diplomat. Adlai Stevenson, hid di. I The-e were very a d events involvinu historic personali-ies. And there have been to mam ether ominous developmentWar scareiawolving [suel and the Arab states, the continuing crisis in the Congo, the flare of fratricide in Cyprus and — finally and potentially the most dangerous to the perpetuity of the United Nations the stiff battle between I nd the soviet i i : peai e keepii kQUencj in its payments if UM 1 nit'd .\aiio; I ; the l N Bfl %  I n Israel fn %  (-:>.:> ution hkeussaatM i Yet. bare we are on the eve ol th session of the General aaaemrdj we have survived all of (hose crises i taken over the reins BO buddenlv ySJ marskjotd's hands Lyndon Johi • Ki naSKSJ and. at least on the d d to his foesmtaa for the Umi showed outstanding capabititv li preme Court came Arthur J. Geld i Stevenson and he has start' with great vigor and with proof of his i' putatlon for smooth conciliation %  t<



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-/;. 1(7. ovnan s IMorU %  %  fc "dewish Floridian Miami, Florida. Friday. October 1. 1965 Section 3 Unique Naming Ceremony Held %  4* 6 V Mrs. Theodore Nelson and newborn dauqhter. inya, who was named in a traditional ceremony .,• Menorah last weekend. nior Citizen Friendship lub Schedules Programs .j-ah Madison, president, mty YNtHA Senior Citi• id -hip i"lub. his an•ljt among highlights f< r of October will be a disRabbi Jonah Caplan on act of the Jewi h Holi• Jewish Family Today," Thursday. Oct 7, B P m for other activities in ct 14. i Sukkoth party, entertainment and refreshments; Oct. 21. gue-t speaker to dis USS the provisions of the Medicare Bill, with a question and answer period to follow; Oct. 26. games nighl and celebration of birthday.and anniversaries All Senior Citizens are welcome to take part m the activities spon. sored by the Friend-hip Club, W h l c h meets at the North Countv YMHA. 14036 NK 6th Ave A unique nam i cen mony took place la I v al ur '*\ n at Sdbl atl empie Menoi..' %  with Rabl Maj er Vbramo.\ it/ official in The newborn daughter "i Judge and \li !'-"' odoie Nelson was given a Hebrew name during the readin \ ol i 'ah. Vci r lin z '•<> Rabbi Al i amov.it/. the custom of naming .i newborn daughter in the synagogue is a very old tradition with the Jewish people. In the days of the Temple, a special tree was planted on the Temple hill to signify the birth of a daughter 'The planting ceremony was proba.,ly accompanied by great rejoicing and the special ritual. Athe syna ;ogue developed, follow %  in.; the destruction of the Temple. riy of naming the child eorttlrtued to tafcv place in the synagogue Rabbi AbramowiU added thai "the lathi r is called to the Torah during the reading of the Scriptures, and following the traditional blessings, an official declaration is made before the congregation giving the newborn daughter a name The Nelsons invited family and friends to Temple Menorah. where the newborn infant was brought at the appointed time to coincide with the honor given her father Judge Nelson then chanted the blessings, and Rabbi Abramowitz made the declaration, giving the Hebrew name of Chava Natanya After the services, the congregated t" ji • celebration. "Such ceremonies ought to ;ed by young Jewish r to intensify the p ition of the faun''"in Jewis f e an I their identifi ati >n wth tradition." Rabbi \ • leclared. Sholom Ladies Temple B'nai Sholom Sisterhood is holding its annual Yom Kippur r.ight dance on Wednesday. 8:3-) p.m.. at the Temple. Chaired by Mrs Doris Horowitz, the affair will feature entertainment and live band. ISABEL GRCVE Arthur II : e ': %  -.. ent J Hoa .week Invitation ^K Mi tjraj.i haired Carol will attend only ii • ever, since ^B urshons have t>ecn to House g a I a > before, she leel left out entirely nun only this week reto Miami from Washing Where he attended the uuar '•ding of the Housing and B n Development Advisory Itee of the Agency for lnii nal Developmenl %  an of the board of WashH : ederal Savings and Loan It ation, he was appointed to Committee last March. ,\ Rubins off to Gotham i'.h sons Chuck and H ilj %  • %  lin will reunite th a brother he last o A past president e Zion Sisterhood, and B rl %  i SI ite Department mmunity leader Mrs Ruactive in B'nai H'nth and %  .;. Silverman, 1510 v .,. one l I Mil} 11 women in the Miami area included in the 1966 edition ol "Outstand ing Women of America," just off the presses Listing is for women between 21 and 36 nominate I by women's cl ubs all over the countrj tor contributions to community, civic, religious activities Names are selected by a board of advisory editors with Mrs. Lyndon B iohJMOn honorary chairman Gail and her husband. Dr Leonard Silverman. are the parentol three — Nancy 8. Jeffrey 5, and Linda 3. • On their wa) to the Orient and a -Fair a go-go around the | Myra and Aaron -end fr >m San Francisco n lo Hebrew and French wishes tor a good and ha • year the same sentimenl is eon veyed i" Japanese, Chinese and i,ek scrip! The hours at Mount Sinai HOS,„. .,ma le less tedious for Betty ,1.) by -'reamOf visitors and rood wishes messages Jewish War Vet Ladies p Quarterly on Sunday .is War Veterans Ladies' ^ilian. 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^ scv October 1. 1965 *Vw/f Ffrrfrtfor Page 13-B OUR ORGANIZATIONS IN NiW YEAR GRATINGS merican Medical Center Unit E. "* R5 MURRAY LEVRANT, PretiderJ Dade County Council A,.*r.can Medical Center et Denver lelegates to the biennial convention Ih ,' \ merican Medical Center at Denver did L ihan attend work Bhopg this year. They made bringing a little of their famous snmshine If, the lives of the AMC patients. MrIrving Rubinstein, president of Coral -P t-r Mrs. Jrrry Leader, president of Biscayne lapi.r and Mrs. Murray Levrant. president of !rio Count) Council, were part of the group of 300 legates and presidents from all over the I'nited ,,,". who (fathered in Denver for the National „„,! of Auxiliaries biennial convention recently. 10 Mrs Rubinstein. Mrs Leader and Levrant, the Miami contingent included MrBenjamin Budowsky. Biscayne Chapter: Tan'. F.t linger. Mrs. Norman Goldin. Mrs. rman Traeaeh, and Mrs. Sam Brambier. Coral Chapter; Mrs Murray Corwin and Mrs Martin Perkoff. Flamingo Chapter; Mrs Mae S MOMS and Mrs Merman Sohonfeld, Greater Miami Chapter; and Mrs. Jack Groman. Mrs. Michael Anders, Mrs Morns Golaskin ami Mrs Harry Wolper. Tropical Chapter. Highlight of the convention for the Miami group was the election of Mrs David Bendell to the post of vice president "1 good and welfare. The Florida Chapters are six of nearly a hundred women's groups in 28 American cities that work in support of the American Medical Center at Den\ er The American Medical 'Center provides free treatment for patients with advanced and recur rent cancer and chronic respiratory diseases. Strongly allied with its cancer treatment program is a program of basic and clinical cancer research carried out with the aid of the National Institutes of Health Jfyar JWitzvalt Od Alar Gilden i Israel A Kiddusn • the Temple wiH be served for the i, Is .it the Famous • Miami Beach. Steven Braidmen Mi and Mrs K< • will (•< %  !' bratc ln> • Saturda) morning • i mple /inn • • u/eal Miami Junior plays in the scho '1 ind is .i rand m I %  "i le Zion Alan Weintraub 'it 2, Alan, son of TJ B Weintraub. -• will be Bar Mitti: ; -1 .i• 1 ol • reater Mi .• an eighth grade student I Kennedy Junior High the Honor Boll there last plays the bass horn in B orchestra A -ports fan, swimming, golf, baseball football, eption in hi> honor at the %  Town Hall will be attend y hiirrandparents. Mr. and Edward Weintraub. and Mrs. lii Kreiner. Cary Rosen the I IT) -on of Mr. and Mrs. Albert enth.il. 451 SW 30th Rd.. will be Mitzvah at Beth David Condition on Saturday, Oct. 2. Car> ian eighth grade student | Shenandoah junior Hiirh and attended the t'.• t h David Religious I for seven > i ars. He is interested in sports and plays the %  ar ants %  '• Mr nd SI Wi nl of Mie in atti nee at the ten Cory Rosenfhol Sunday < %  • • ir Hall. ii. David's Lipton in Israel Mission for CJA \1 Lipton presidenl of Miami Jew si l ed< a nexl week as | I th< mission oi Umtcd Vppeal. Th< n is i idership invest att at first I !.,. %  utilization ol United Jewish Ap%  • Europe and Israel The mission will meel in H i four-day briefing • ..., u B including the ition Committee and the United li'''Service The mission will then travel to Naples to visit staging areas for embarkation of Jewish refugees to Israel. It will then go to Israel for an intensive two-week exploration of immigrant needs during their adjustment period. While in Israel, the mission will ,meet with the Premier and President of Israel and officials of the Jewish Agency for Israel. Lipton. head of the Dade Federal Savings and Loan Association, is a former campaign chairman of the Federation's Combined Jewish eal whi h raises funds for CJA %  %  Mrs I ipton will i %  > her husband on the mission EMPLE EMANl-EL Dr. Irving Lehrman Rabbi Samuel J. leibowilz Educational Director Son Directs His Father In The Pawnbroker' j, hn II istor did it in the famed rreasure of the Sierra Mi i an! now Sidney Lumel has d< i il in -The Pi %  nbroker He has directed his father in a key role in an award-winning film, Husti n. of ci urse, guided his father in the memorable role <>t the old prospector. Lumet, whose style is very different, has cast his father, Baruch Lumet, as a bed-ridden old man in The Pawnbroker.'' a film which was the official American entry at last years Berlin Film Festival where the star. Rod Stei ger. walked off with the Best Actor Award. 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drewfislbi Floridian Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY ; 8 Number 40 Miami, Florida. Friday. October 1, 1965 Two Sections Price 20c White House Supports Attack on Reds' Policy held aloft duiinq Eternal Liqht Viail in Washington. sows heatedly emotional atmosphere surrounding Ihe [whose high point was a meeting between leadets ol kerican Jewi.-h community and qovernment representa[the White House and State Depaitment. ETERXAL UGHT VICIL YEAR J. Roosevelt Greet ti-Soviet Gathering K0 :V3t the world organization. Happy mh Service ^KfJapitol WASHINGTON — ird ameliorating the plight of Soviet Jewry, and promise,! U.S. Government support at the United N'ations and at various other levelof contact between the United St at i and Ruia. The gotip. com-. i rised if delegates of the 24 organizations thai make up the American Jewish Conference on Soviet Jewry, met tor over an hour .-" the White House with President ,I( hi son'leading adviser on foreign policy, McGeorge Bundy, special assistant Cfl national security ..-. and Special Counsel Lee Wh te Ra! i Seymour J Ci hen, of Chiman of the Steering i %  of in • Vm< rican Jew•• i ii foren; c on So\ iel Je ry, the g ro u i> 'Ahen it :-. m the Wh t' 1 House, He said Ihe roup was r issure I" lhal 1 an Government ii I • %  the ,• je) .!,.. %  .%  ; • v ou' I be "amplified" on differi :,i levels, This would ini lu le ac ,,: • I niti i N tion; al ssion "ii Human Rights, in '.n ;, people-to-people level, he said The Rabbi felt the Governmert showed a deep and sincere interest in the fate of Soviet JewContinued on Page 3-A BEN-GURION FAR BEHIND Histadrut Balloting Gives Eshkol Percentage Margin TEL AVIV — (JTA — The first election test, following the extensive reshuffling Of Israel's political ranks during the past feu months. culminated here in a sharp sit hack lor Prime Minister Lev! Esbkol'S Mapai-Achdut Avoda alignment, which polled 50.5 percent in preliminary results of the Sept. 19 plectii : to the Histadrut, Israi I Labo; Fe leration. Former Premier David Ben Gur on's I s %  : a e 1 Workers List, Rafi, 13 percent of the votes ;mi hal less t.han the results tated by the faction thai broke fron M %  ; ai In Ihe last His• %  ; %  eli • ns, in 1959, the I r factioi i an sepai U efore Rafi was h rn ind A '. n ed I pared wit I | rcent m the %  %  • The Herut-Liberal (Gahal) ioint list which brought Herut into the Histadrut elections for the first time, emerged as the Continued on Page 10-A UN General Assembly Has Arabs on Agenda 3TON tJTAi The ovide a place in WashIRosh Hashona services I members of the House entatives had the en! endorsement of Presi lion, it was disclosed ices were held for the j the Capitol Building's chapel to enable the gressmen to remain in for a crucial vote on %  ve District of Columbia tnie rule Ho to 15 Congressmen Bcteil to attend the serv oth days ot Posh Hash Hkcsman -ail that wrn lent heard about the Inued on Paqe 3-A At the conclusion of the rally, a delegation representing the Vigil attempted to file at the Soviet Embassy here a petition Continued on Page 6-A UNITED NATIONS — (JTA) — The Arab refugee problem and a number of human rights matters, including one specifically condemning anti-Semitism, faced the United Nations General Assembly here as that body opened its 20th regular session. Due to the fact that Do substantive business at all was possible at the last Assembly, this year's principal forum of the United Nations faces an agenda heavier t.han ever, including almost 110 items The Aral) refugee item, always a touchy Issue here, debated at great length m the Assembly's special Political Committee, is ex pected to be stormier than ever this year. That debate will center formally around the annual report to be submitted by the United Nations Reliel and Works Agency for Palestine Refugees in the Near East. But the report, to be filed shortly by UNWRA's commissioner-general, Laurence Michelmore. will be only the touchstone of the bitter debate. The Arab delegations here are primed to bring into the discussion around the UNWRA report demands that the United Nations give official recognition to a socalled "Arab Palestine Delegation," probably to be headed by Ahmad Shukairy, head of the Palestine Liberation Organixation. The Arabs are expected also to plain about what they consid er inadequate t'n ancing ot the re lief operations conducted Continued on Page 7-A NEW COMMANDER JWV Chief Plans Trip To Moscow WASHINGTON JTA N J new nal tl Wa Vel >l the I S last eek n k ki • %  • i ption "al the highest g \ iel offu is the Jewish situation in the SSR Waldor, a -40-year-old attorney, is a Jewish communal leader and decorated Air Force veteran of World War II. He also announced that the JWV, under his command, will accelerate its nationwide campaign against the John Bitch Society and other extremist right-wing groups. Joseph Tanenbaum, of Bayside, N.Y., was elected rational judge advocate of the JWV. In commenting on his projected visit to Moscow. Waldor said an approach on a "veteran-to-veteran basis" might prove useful He said that, since both American and Soviet veterans of World War II took part in the struggle against Fascism they could talk about current issues against "a background of Continued on Page 16-A bs bs Put Off 'Holy War 9 Four Years — (JTA) — The sum[of 12 heads of state be |the Arab League, which its sessions at Casa^pdc at least four IB to go slowly on the divert headwaters of River so as to rob Is I reel of the Jordan waters, according t.i press dispatches received here. Reliable Arab sources told the British Press at Casablanca that Gen Alv Ammer. cominander-inLhief of the Arab Unified Command mapping armed conflict against Israel and protection of the Arab water divesion projects, reported at a secret meeting of the summit participants that his forces would need men and equipment d ting up to $400,000,000 at a minimum, and requiring at least four years for a build-up of ground and air elements sufficient to match Israel's strength. One Syrian source told the press that the Arabs fear to undertake war against Israel at this time because both the Soviet Union and the United States might intervene "in order to head off World War III." Meanwhile, however, the conference adopted strong resolutions whiih continued to condemn Israel Continued on Page 15-A MILTON A. WAID0 of highest level



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LC: -oer 1. 1965 #*/#> r rltl-ir Page 15-B LEGAL NOTICE JL BLICATION [^ L UR CTRC F U, T T H O% r MtMGW BY HENRY LEONARD L 0"l COUN .. CHANCERY s 85C 9890 AR Dl XK, r ki •• %  •' %  sulT F0 DIVORCE B'IKN %  visa r ,own %  ., v iNE. are her. Kill • •' "oinpl i nii ,, ,, filed against .,, i %  .1 to verve > m Pleading tn l ,.II the Plain\ ROBERT CAR. ,*t First AM• tha %  I In the "Hi. • ol ,||| four! on or .... tober. i'".". rtgmi nt to • .. .. n — t you f..r III lh i. ill ••> %  t\\l %  M %  ki I i I publish! .1 Itlvi week* iiltHRAN L % %  BED al Miami, da) %  •: Scptcinbt r j KM VS. Pl< C, inty. Kim lil %  p %  ill :i VNH clerk i %  • %  -I.I: V\el : '.• 17-SI, INOTIC • s>UBLICAT.ON .IT COURT or THE \ 3IC AL CIRCUIT OF I. AND FOR DADE C HANCERY C 64 vKELLAXi %  "We've distributed 1500 Yom Kippur tickets for the 1000 seats in our temple. Gentlemen, let us now pray for Atonement and for rain on Yom Kippur Night !" ___^__^_____ LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY UIVEN thai dii signed, to engagi name cil lll'Y CASKEY ll.VMHLER CO. ftt %  .; South Fed< ral Hlghwu) Mome-!. iid, rlorldu Intel ato i eg Intel -.. d iiiinii' iili Hi.Clel k of the i'ii. Ull .,i I >:i• I.Count} Floi ill.i. BCIIRMASTER AND CASKEY COMPANY ;. Florida Ci n. Sole i > n. i I [I VVID LIEBMAN Attoi ii. j for Applicant 9 17-24, 1" 1-8 IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA IN PROBATE No. 68161-B IN RK: Eftnti ul ABRAH V.M URIEPER l leeeasi .1 NOTICE TO CREDITORS To All Creditor* and All Person* Hav. r'lnlnu oi I '• mandt \u..11.-' Ba d \. II nre hi n by notified and re,..i to i>n i HI an) i laluts und di •II-. 11 %  l w which u i maj i ive .iVBRAH Ul (IKIEI'ER ,i. • %  ....... unt> i i • the I %  I idlti ol 1 'mlCo inty, .,. ,i .. HI.in duttlli .'• and u* in .-, • |i n •' Ida itutes. II Hi. ii offioi in the i "nun• .' n-ili.i i-.in I >ud County, ATTENTION ATTORNEYS. *• Jen isi fkridfiTf? solicits your legal notice*. W appr.clat* your patronage and guarantee accurate eerrice at legal Dial Fit -HM5 lor messenger senrlce LEGAL NOTICE LEGAL NOTICE LEGAL NOTICE IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELFVFNTH JUDIC'AL CIRCUIT OP FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY IN CHANCERY No. 65C9659 BASK OP COMMERCE, n Sew York hanking %  M Ion, Plaintiff. \ s. JAMES N. <•' >SS and \i VROIE i-'iT.Vi '•• ss i.ii'. i.i.,,.1,"; .,;.., %  ni'.;;,.,m. !" u 11^ *:' <*, % %  sa.' Piorlda this 21.1 %  IKSRY SORT n '\ i, |-., ...HI,,,I'I-I the *il -I .l\MI..N. ROSS Firsi publication of this notice on MARC.tE CO. %  1. .',„ .1,, of Scptembe nil nth. r HENRI NORTON < • I RES l..'ir/. :a DIVORCE Stret, Apt. E \ l., RE* .. APPLY FOR CHANGE OF NAME CHA\i.t,li iNu. I)-.. *.-•.. T w I NOT CE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW \. |i-E IS HEREBY < '. N • %  • HENRY > In 11 V.IIRAII *M BRIEFER %  %  > %  < %  l:. 111. III. u MEM.ISA • • %  %  •i 1 ... nt.-i 1 • 1 EVAN 1' EH ri ... IKMA -/i.A.;YI C.YETKS IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDIC AL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY IN CHANCERY No. 65C 9922 iwn.iiVE' • • IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE JUD'CIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR DADE CO NT\ FLORIDA IN CHANCERY No ciC "690 /. .; VRI IA. IK >N \l\\ %  • \ %  \\ 10BBINS i. A. R.il • \ • %  %  %  : \ .•1. I \\ III.,1..ill. Kla. '• III I I. t*> '1 : I • %  %  •::II.| \ \ ilii) of Septi I:\I w 1' ml I%  IPKL VM> Clerk • 1 ;-.'i. .--• .\\. \ \l 11RA IIAI'I V 11. -. %  NOT.CE BY PUBLICATION |;,..\\.\ VlTUl! \ % % %  \ ,1. II:I:I7. Ma %  ecu \ Yiir ARE '' RI %  ii nil are he] IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, ,,,, .., ... •;.,;„ FLORIDA IN PROBATE No. 68207-C IN n BERN vi::SKOI.KIN :..-. NOTiCE TO CREDITORS i 3PUBLICATION ToAU-Credil. I A %  -.11^ ll.ivI COURT OF THE VgallWl BaW •! NTH ..oiC.AL CIRCUIT SP r I DA 'NO FOB DADE %  •• CHANCERY S>. 5C 9909 SN NOTICE BY PUBLICATION Ti 1: ll H H 1 %  %  • y, 1 SOTlKIEPlli.ll M VI.CUI.M II z !ll-:iiMAN EM %  1 ... IT11 • .... of Sepli 1: 1: 1.1: VTH ER.M I\ It. \ \ HBVVKTT • %  %  %  %  %  ,,i„ 1 1.. • -.'11 .ni'l d. •1 ni'lIch i.v has* aicaln*t 1.. -.,,, ItERNARD >Ki'I.KIN .,'.-.. %  I nub • % %  %  t> 1' %  ntj 1 %  | %  .1 ,.|. ,1 1,1 s. ctloll 1 1 i ,; %  the County (' IUI Ihoune In Dade nu>ntli> lime of thi -.... .Mill %  %  %  SLIT -?B OIVORCE I I A \ N I 1 II I. Y \ N ll H Bill %  %  I %  • huh .In • STATEMENT OF OWNERSHIP MANAOI •NO C RCULAT.ON ,A.t 1 o. %  •' % % % %  1962; Section I3N, Title 39. Lmted States Code 1 : 1 .. v x, %  iV.N 'ERBli 11 \i .,1. .:..;.. %  ei kl) I known -• publlcatloi • N.h 1 I.EATIIERMAN. Clerk th SI M 111 Florida ::.'.!:.. !.-. %  .. C.uniy, Klorl.ln tlon of Hi. lioodMuarteni or n.-nera ,„ Hi,, publlxhei l.l> 11:1: ROtil Rf ..\\\ : %  !.-• • • '. INTHECIRCUI T COURT OF THE 1 .,:,;., and file tin original ELEVENTH JUDIC AL CIRCUIT OF ,'.( the Vn 111 tlM ;l "' FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE • :u '. 1:1 ll Oil COUNTY IN CHANCERY in suit f.-r P... I.County, EUirida 01 No. 65C10024 ,., before th. Mil il.i> of tvti • ROBERT WIU.1A.M CRuWLEY, iv'.".. in d< fauli of hi. h ii" Com. pUInt i ll be 1 • n a I< %  -• •' ,l "J "|>ATBD Ihli Jrd da) 1 I Septi 19(5. E. i: LEATHSRMAN Clerk ol Clrctill 1 >url (se %  I' COBE1AND 11. 17-24. 1" : %  • IN THE COUNTY JUDGE S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA IN PROBATE No 68181-C IX PR K l.til'IS BAI M IPIANi: MARILYN JOY CROM LEY, I i.-fendunl. SUIT FOR DIVORCE i'i i: I ilANE MARILYN J< ^ 1 'Ri .\\ I.I;Y 1 Pi, dwell Avel 1 I,) 11 brook, I^.ML: Island, Ni a York Yul' ARE HEREBY NOTIKIEP I hi, I ... I1.1I 1 v 11 .. %  -I I v.:i .. n he • r to 1 1.. -. ,1 ni JAMES N (J %  I" col-ELAND 1 11 .H 1 1. .. %  %  1 • IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COUR T IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLOR.DA IN PROBATE No 67762-B IN RE 1: %  IIYM.VN Ri .SINII. %  I \. PICE Ti • %  < %  %  1 '!:\ 1 P col'HLANli 1' • • Clerk "in. • lold ... A 1 .,, /,,.,W. ,| i. ...t 1, 1 urldH '. ;. "• '•• fOf PI 1,|. % %  17-54, l" 1-NOTi^E UNDER [ FICTITIOUS NAME LAW pTICB is IIEKEBY GIVEN thai Ti'Hl.-isi n ..,i drclrlna "• engir< In PIMJ 11111I,,1 ri.-iltl,,„s nun. nl I HAS KU>\\ 1:1: SHOP :•! MlI. 1 '""ii' Miami ii.... I. iii.i Inteooi. ..-II.-I.Imid „ ihf C|frl 0 the i-lriuit Court ade CoBnby, Elorlda M.Mfi'l. \ \iii>,,iM rHBR H PRTKHMAN rney (.,1Apr.] ,„, ybold Buildliis '. Florida H 17-L'l, 10 l- NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW ITICK is HI IRUBY 1 IIVEN I ha I -inn, .1. .,. -i. | na ,,, aniraffe in ""i und r I Ri tlthtiu n ime ol CAR ,1 1 It N I-: 1-, Street. Mi1 ..1. 1.Com i-' • Ida Inti nd in 1 • .viili ill.. Clerk ..i Dade County. BENJ VMIN i'i ri.ii: Mi 1RT1 IN l.i:\ 1 t'ELNKAl .l.l.i:i: 1 '' %  11, Cutler f %  'ton Leij pinnley n ut | P'i. Klorlda 9/17-24. I buali • N r mh SI M -." Horlila '• i-ul.'.-ii. 1. 1 v-. 1 K sli.-'lni. 1-" N E. \i ami. Horlda : edit; r. i-,.,i K. Hhurhet, l-'O N i" *h W.. Miami I'.n.ii S3132; manuslnM •• || i..,n.-.i K St.Ii. t. l-'" N E. ''.th St.. \i m 1 i'i.. I 1 %  list ,,„,„ i1 K Hhorhet. P O 1.';.;:<, Miami. r'lorWu WBH: Ethel siviii. t. P.o.H 'Mlt Miami, Florida : HOI 1 A Purtni 1 -lupi Known bondholdera, mortitaKeea, ind ..th. 1 .-. .-ni in holdera ownlns 01 hold. In* 1 pereent or more ..1 total ainminl of bonda. mortiraitea or othei I tie* None VveraKi N pie* each luue aurinn prvi adliui ImiMithn Total So. roplea printed (net press run) '': %  -'"' .-it., filing date 11,400 Paid 1 "Ii. itatloii Si:..tin-..null dealers and carrier*-, %  %  ., 1 .. 11.1 % %  and iimnti ,,-, HI :.. filing da Mall s ii.-. iiil,.ni:i,:'. Sluxle i--u.II.-:II. -1 i" flllioi "kite 1 I, I'..1..1 Paid Clrculatl 1 ] l ." Slnarle 1 I to fHlngdate 1 1.96 %  T i, : : ( 1 11. ludlng Hampli l %  %  -l" r meai • n-.si In filing dnli -.1 %  Tol : s 1 I lo fl ng date I .'.!"" ,,..., Ing SI ngli Hi ng le I I certlf) thai he -i.n.ni. ni1, In in. ...,,, nd 1 plete. I I HfcJU K Sill •' Hi:T. Publlehel NOTICE TO CREDITORS '" \' 1 %  %  %  I In 1 '..ii '' '> 1 n in, 1 ; \ Hlendar month* from tin inn,. ..1 the iii-i publication hereol or the sum. ill be bai 11 il IHited :it Miami, PI Ida, th %  •daj ,.i September, A.l> :'" %  STANLEY C MYK1W A> Executor p %  %  • publlratl f il'inotl .on lb. unh daj %  Soptember, l! MYERH. HK1MAN t K VPLAN An..ni. j t for Executor. Il.'.o S W. 1st St., Miami •• I0-17-S4, 10/1 t.NI Ki il'.l'-IN.... %  %  %  VTHI I'.MAN %  .\l VROI'ERITI K • I '• NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW %  A H A* 1 :\.. .in*i\ 1 lion .1 ; ..11 :li,. %  ili daj I El UttlE I T \l.l ANi i|-'l' NOTICE IS HEREBY I1IVEN ih.it Vttornej foi E\ecutrlx the unilemlgnod, desiring ii-ngiige laisii under the fictitious name of \S EOT KKNUALL PARK al 1' 1 County, I'i. Intends to register said 1,.m 1. with the Clerk ol the Circuit Court %  •! 1 lade County. Florida. EVAN oLSTER. Trustee :'.7iv \\ Plaflai Street :• 24. i" 1 -ft-15 IS 1.in, I;.I.. Miami Beat It, 1 !• 24, 10 I IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA IN PROBATE No. 67575-A IN RE: Estate of EVELYN MH.LEB ROST lv, eased NOTICE TO CREDITORS T" All Creditors and All Person* Having Clalnia or Demands Asalnst s.ii.i i-:-t it.Y..11 are hereby notlfl.'il and required i" preseml an) claims and de1, minis which ^ DU mt) hat.ac 1 il,.estate ••! R V I-: 1. Y N MILLER III >s 1 del .-• .1 late "i 1 da Couni ( Florida, to the County Judge* ..f t .. .1. County, and fib the same in dupll .1 n Section 1.16 El.ii i.i.1 Statutes. In their offlci the Count) I'.. in-tin. us.-.' In Dude Count) 1 lo Id 1, uliiii six call 11 in, .., the in publi, f, or the same i ll b< iM.ru .1 Hilled 111 M in Piorlda, thl 1 • '' i-.i-: A PRICE M KAMIN8KX v. 1 iERSHl IN s Ml l.l.KK \ %  mi Executrix 420 l.in..in Rouil Mall Miami Beat Ii. Put 131 19 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IP HEREBY GIVEN that tinanil. : *bjm I. desiring to engagi iu businej.* under th,fictitious nam ..f OLIVER MANOR -NTl'.siN'i: HOME N i' issth Street, North Miami. Klorlda Intends to reglstei said name with the Clerk ••( ti>>Circuit Court of Dade County, Piorlda. K 1; M NCRSING ROME, INC It) Carl Kaplan, Vice Pi • sldent 1RVINO CYPEN LAW OFFICES Attorneys for K. CI. M, NURSING H< >Mi:. INi Vrthu Imlfre) ll.l. Miami Reach, Pla. 9/10-17-24 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE lb HEREIN UIVEN the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the Mctll ou* name %  •( KENDALL WEST :ii Bade County, Fla. int.-tnis t" register s:ii.i name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade Count). I lorida EVAN 1 I LKTKR, Trustee ;'.; is \\ Flagler Street %  1 i" 1-8-15 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN th.. undei signed il Irins n el %  In %  loutn urn .-f IIISCVYNE MEDICAL IM.IX1 \ w ... M'IH Id name Ith the 1 '.im I" •• Ida PA I l.H CLASSMAN D.O SEYMOI'R .1 ll VRDNER, D.O. (5Rt>\ |}R a CIMEN I' Vtl '. Icants g 10-17-M, in I In Road 9.'10-17-24. 10 1 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE Is HEREBY I'.IVI'.N thai the undersigned, desiring t< engage in h isiin %  -.under the flctltlons name of Ml'HIi' PHOTtrTYPE IMMl'AXV, at 1161 Baj Drive, Miami Beach, Pit, int,-,nls t.. reclstel -..i.i name with th*j 1 'i. rk ..1 thi Clrctill 1 %  in: "i Dad* County. Florida MARCELLA S t'OHEX, Sole 1 >\\ near MARX FA1 1012 \ : I 11 '.. I • s 1 ,VH:ld!ll,Mi1!li' 624-8551 EAGLE FINANCE CORP. 18348 N.W. 7 Av. Loonf J25 to 1600



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Page 10-B +Jt>wistnr*Hl'*r Friday. Ode--:. WOMEN OF THE WEEK Gussie (Mrs, Eugene J.) Schwarz has :\ Feeling thai she might have been something of a brat when she was ;i child growing up in Newark, N.J., where she \\;is horn, she took a business course in high school Those wire depression times Along with 150 other girls, she applied tor a job she gol the job, working for an attorney, and the paj was the huge sum of twelve dollars a week. Now. -he says, things are .1 little different: the prospective jobseeker interviews the boss, not the boss the applicant. Seeing breadlines and apple-sellers on street corner-. were part of her growing up, She cast her pntl\ eyes on her Eugene at a party, and decided he was the man for her. Thej lived most ol theil married hfe in East Orange, N.J., where they started in the retail e furniture business Gussie 1 hale CM satisfj 1 (standing • -~ and 1 rofessional %  came to con-hit ai 1 them, 1 i ami community !.i< 1 %  • hir B"nai B'rith v of which a very dear friend was p Eugene 1 th< %  e ran the r firsl vacation war in Floi 1 %  he exact, Th< 5 lo\ ed the 1 mosphere and vowed tl I (hey won'::! come back t" live. The) did. • and built a home m Smfs.de Hut Eugene's id" .< of retiring didn't pan out so well. 11. %  was on the Surfsidc, Citj ( ouncd for ten years, was mayor of Surfside, heal • %  '. 1 unit) 1 hi si I his d -'net and president ol the Nurses besides business, ol course Part of Gussie's philoso] I \ of life ithat -he believes that we are our brothers' ke< help others and there is ah eone in need oi a helping hand, a shoulder to lean on or sometimes jusl a cheery telephone call When they moved to Surfside, Gussie started to do community work and join organizations Her rites, Deborah Sanitorium, of which she was pie-; Hope v < h >"i tor Ri • 1 hildn n and 1 ing a Pink Lad) at Mt, Sinai Hospital. Temple and Sisterhood always come firsl in Gussie's book. Presently, she is pn enl E theS sterhood ol Nr \ hter, Mai • i : VI I'.. ,; .. ia I ,,t l; .%  Ill ?( Tri ) \ Y Her fiance iand has a electrical engineering from the I nicerHe i.1 mem ier ot rh, scholastic h ngineei ing hoi president ol !'i Mu mathematics h morar) Presi w ith Klei Ironic Data l 'i i, Ft Lauderdale, I stud) ing ior a Master's d< themal I the University oi Mian A Jul) wedding i %  betrothed couple Tlnr "is" a > > > > % There is only 1 BILLY BELLACK ENTERTAINING ORCHESTRA SPECIALIZING IN WEDDINGS & BAR MIJ1VAHS In Person Always Wl 7-8124 I EXTEND SEASON'S GREETIN to all my • nd and hope that the year a^ead will be the happiest ever! < < < < < Bay-Bee Die-Dee Diaper Service "GREATER MIAMI'S HRS1" An Exclusive laundry for Diapers and Baby Clothes 2111 N.W. 10th AVENUE Phone FR 9-5593 \*S\*S~* -^ FURNISHFRS & INSTALLERS Inlaid Linoleum — Asphalt Tils Rubber Tile •IVIRY INSTALLATION GUARANTEED'-Phone for free Estimofei 2465 N.W. 76th STREET OX 6-3202 WALL TO WALL CARPET CLEANING Beautiful Floors FLOOR WAXING SERVICE 20 YEARS EXPERIENCE FREE ESTIMATES PH. 758-6774 TU3LIC SERVICE CLEANING & WVXING CO. SPECIAL HOl'OAY CICA'. SERVICE HOMES OFF'CFS • 5TC • HOTELS 7182 N F '•• William Oprr i KIM. I 1MSII PI. AM I It CO. LIME • COLORED PLASTER Phone 635-4195 260 N.W. 27th Street Miami, Fla. ATTENTION! Jewish Home for the Aged THRIFT SHOP NEEDS YOUR DONATION NOW! "All Itemt Tax Deduct.ble" CALL 696-2101 Cleaning • Laundry Storage 1201 20h Street JE 8-6104 Miami Beach OPEN 7 AM. %  9 PJM. Sam* Oar Sarviea Nvr Am ttum Cfcarae ~—A



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Page 10-B Pag 12-B le^UtnrrH/ir %  -. ., Discussing business of the South Florida Region oi Women's American ORT on the Lincoln Road Mall are (left to right) Mesdames Philip Stark, regional membership vice president; Bernard Hoffenberg, regional planning conference chairman; Louis Baron, regional reenrollment and Combined Jewish Appeal chairman; Florence Kupperman. regional president. Right is "Miss Hospitality of Miami Beach." OUR ORGANIZATIONS IN NEW YEAR GREETINGS So. Florida's Busy ORT Chapter By MRS. FLORENCE KUPPERMAN. President Southeastern Florida Region Women s American ORT THE joy of an approaching holiday is always mingled with remembrances — remembrances of the pliirht of our brethren in far away lands This year, members of the Southeastern Florida !i of Women's American ORT proudly approach the New Year with our bopes high to attain our tfoal of a classroom -e.a and a workshop berKih for every boy. girl, man and woman seeking OUT training Founded in hiuh purpose by men of vision and selfless dedication to their fellow-Jews ORT in the early d:,\ %  MUgbt to bring the Jews out of the dark gtiettos of Eastern Europe into the main stream of community life, into the sunlight of opportunity o ff ere d b> the industrial revolution of the i88o's it sought, by Maimonides' precepts to help men to help themselves, to make them productive members of society Since oKT's inception in 1880. over one million students have been trained in more than 600 ORT installations in 2 countries on five continets. including 1-rael. Europe, North Africa. India and South America. But hundreds of thousands have been turned away Today, however, thanks to Women's American ORT, which celebrates its 38th anmversary this year, four new apprenticeship centerarcbeing built in Israel These will enable us to train some lo.ooo apprentices-hip and pre-apprenuceship students annually. These students represent the youth of the nation and their -<•curity. their hopes, their dignity — indeed their entire future depends upon ORT":. program. Kennedy Apprenticeship Center One of the four schools now under construction is the John F. Kennedy Apprenticeship Center in Jerusalem. It is being built in Boc'a. a depressed area, much in need of a school of this typeA more fitting site for this school would be difficult to find. This large meadow was, during Israel's fight for freedom, an army camp. The concrete slabs for tents are still there, buried in the wild grass. How wonderful, indeed, that on the same land that trained youth to fight for freedom, an edifice will rise whose sole purpose is to train youth to be self-sufficient citizens of a great new democracy. ORT has gone into all parts of the world, setting up its operations wherever vocational trainHag can rehabilitate the underprivileged and raise the economic cultural level of families and communities. ORT is the largest non-governmental vocational training agency in the world. ORT schools give thousands of boys, girls, men and women training in more than 70 different skills and trades, including such fields as tool-and-die-making, electronics, aeromechanics, general mechanics, the building trades, dressmaking, auto-mechanics, laboratory techniques, welding — virtually every important skill needed by rmxlcrn economics In addition to vocational training, academic education is included. The ORT Bramson School in New York City, huh serves refu ees and other Jewish migrants, hums to the pounding clatter of several scores ol sewing machines ami the hiss of cloth-cutting knives, its classrooms packed to capacity: while other students stand in the anteroom for a chance at one of the more intricate machines Things to Come During the summer, dedicated ORT members of the Southeastern Florida Region were busily ed in membership recruitment t e a s, amembership is the backbone oi our organization Our annual ORT Sabbath will IKheld Nov 19. with One^ Shabhats in all synagoj es temples throughout Dade and Broward Counties This year will mark the seventh annual "Jennie" Award Luncheon honoring our sponsor, Jennie Grossinger, who brought ORT to Miami the afair. we hope, will surpass all previous ones Many other functions arc being planned, incl theatre parties, movie premieres and our Honor Roll Luncheon, which will take place Maj 26 1966 at the Diplomat Hotel. Also, once again we will honor our Mellah Mothers at an annual luncheon. Last year, our entire Executive Committee, as well as many members, contributed to Combined Jewish Appeal, and once again we received the treasured award from CJA. We again pie Ige our support fcr the coming year Ever mindful of our duty to our community. we are contributing clothing every month, through our Thrift Shop. 6113 NW 7th Ave to the Economic Opportunity Program, for several young adults in need. Our members will open their families for the holidays to members of the Armed Services and their families, who are stationed in this area. Di'i ing the past year, the Southeastern Florida Region added the Ocean Harbor and Atlantic Shores Chapters, making a total of 18 chapters, but this is not enough in order to conquer the accommodations problem. Some 45 delegates of the Southeastern Florida Region will attend the 18th biennial convention of Women's American ORT on Oct. 25 to 28 at the Pittsburgh Hilton Hotel. Pittsburgh Pa., and we will pledge our support once again to help man stand a little taller, a little straighter and help maintain himself by giving him the means, material and tools to make him a self-sustaining and dignified human being Judge Friedman Attends Conference In Montreal Beach UN Unit Hears Speakers [rwm W Kal con.. M Bruun p res the I nited Nations Chapter : Miami Be i< h II %  as innounced bj Andre S Bialolenki, program chairman The open meeting was to be held at 8 p.m.. Thursday, at Washington Federal, 12M Washington Ave. The general meeting scheduled for the fourth Monda) in October has been canceled so that United Nations Day may Informally celebrated at the Miami Beach Auditorium the evening of Sunday. Oct. 26. President Bayard Strell and Mayor Elhotl Roosevelt have invited speakers of national pr>minence to help commemorate the 2nth anniversary' of the United Nations Association. Credit Union Boat Rid, \ arietj lit Union I soci menl and t ons I %  I I I I I Miami Municipal Court will be represented at a top-level meeting of Judges of the lower court system of North America converging on Montreal from Oct 4 to 8 for the annual convention of the National Association of Municipal Judi Judge Milton A Friedman is scheduled to participate in a program heralded as the mott inten save training program for judges ever presented. In workshops staffed with international!) known authorities from the fields of law, medicine, criminology, penology and sociology, the jurists from 45 states and every province of Canada will tackle some of the most critical problems facing the courts todaj Judge Friedman will discuss n ; cent problems confronting him in the Miami Municipal Court. He will bring back to his own court knowledge of new judicial tech niques being developed in connection with matters of civil disobedi Variety Club Adds Members itu Variet) Chib eepted %  nun b executives into announced bj i •rHtl Added to th. las AjTiar. ( hart. Joseph Barchan T ,\ ^1 Herbert V Hwsgl Paige, and Get ence. counsel for the indigent, bail procedures, court dockets and congestion, traffic violators training, uniformity in sentencing judicial selection, alcohol and n.,r cotic addicts, community participation in rehabilitation, preservation of the independence of the judiciary Judee Friedman brings to Montreal the benefit of his nine years of experience on the .Miami Mun cipal bench %** ft** 5 <&* r£Z* mmi ocean at mlaroi beach A new standard of elegance oa Miami Beach. Superbly planned and executed weddings, luncheons, business meetings ... ranging from 10 to 1000. OR t/n a miami country club getting Spaciousness Is (he keynote of your affair •midst the plushness of the Doral Country Club. Weddings, conhrmatierA banquets are enhanced by the country club atrphere of this resort . David Kovae, Director of Food and Brrerart Doral Beach Hotel and Country Club ^ JE 2-3600 --J • %  ~a**4. .•Mk.-U --pj——0 MEET PERFECTIONISTS IN THE CATERING FIELD Thsy srt unequalled in their pro'es: : i They srs fte dilido's catering stiff. Thej will mike a success of any party ... s wedding... s Bar Mitrvah* ... s bus ; r>>i %  meeting or s social luncheon. They I f serve from 20 to 1000 diners with fine food expertly prepared in the dilido's -er decorated Cotillion Room. They'll arrange for whatever space you require. 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October I. 1965 +Jenlst fh-rMMr Page 11-A ^ randeisDean toSpeakHere |., wetsberg, dean of ,.. Faculty at Brandeis the featured econd annual inm to be held on a the Carillon Hotel i year's Institute Of American former chair rsity's Philosoph> deliver three iubject. N j H> Send %  hi \i\ing I s (iharge JTA) In .i" minimize the el • I Light Vi nst anti Ji • % %  rim mth the u,. shington sent i rii %  n ens rsenin i ited 'iie .IT \ in ii '.•in. to the Sew lettei was termed [o :; ibbi Israel Miller, : the Rabbinical Coun%  ho headed a dele E American Orthodox h o visited Moscow la 8l PI Hi the rabbis were git ire privilege of speaking ath service from the pulMoscow's Central Syna hi< h is headed by Chief • hudah Lett) Levin. rs of the letter, accord •he USSR Embassy here, !>bi Levin; Rabbi Natar who heads a second JewI worship in the Sovitnd R .i b b i Avraam .-ba"o. of Leningrad. %  n Ii ... : I We arc IIIIV. • new enrollment to th %  ioua school, baked in ;ill religious ind i "i only in MoeRabbi Miller raid Thus y u Rabbi Miller told ni rmen a l> o u t s iabsolutely ungroundnclusion, we, on Ix-h. s, would like to voice our • protest against the sense onstration aimed at wors utions between the USSR I S.A." 633-0681 |EAGLE FINANCE CORP. 2885 N.w. 36th St. i., m M JOO Sponsored hy the Florida Slate Federation of B'nai B'rith Lod registration at the institute will be open to the public Co Chairmen Charles J. Kossove and Mrs. Max Kern announce that "the selection of Prof. Weisberg has special significance, since he was the first director of the Adult Jewish Education Department of B'nai B'rith." Additional members of the faculty will be selected from the local rabbinate within the next several weeks. In charging I mitti An %  -aid. A prograi Judaism is not Vmi B'rith miisl by a progressive program of positivi Jewry, "It is in tins spirit thai B'nai B'rith annually oilers the Jewish community an opportunity to meet and study the history, culture, ti adit ion and challenges nl Judaism at its Institute ol Ju daism '' In charge of detailconcerning registration and costs are Kossove and B< rnard it Weintraub. Bis cayne Building 19 Wesl I Miami Rabbi S'ern in Message tern, of the Ja; i mmunitv ndei Ihi auspici lion nf i •'• % %  • r Mill deliver a pre Yom Kip%  i ... H i Rabbi Seymour J. Cohen, president of the Synagogue cil ot America, is received bv President Zalman Sha el, duriri | i August. Coun:ar, of OOF LEAK? 4 ALL l\ u won ox:* Let us repair it or apply a new one. For free estimate phone: *JME I;OOI i\4. Wf 685-1952 Main Srcre: G300 N.W. 27th Ave. Open 24 Hours ond All Dav Si-.ndw —,. kEGootlrichllNORTON ^



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Friday. October 1, 1965 • Jtnlsfi rhrldHtr Page 7-A I.con Kronish, spiritual leader of Temth Sholom and chairman ot the Greatimi Israel Bond Organization, congratu\h. and Mrs. Seymour Silverman upon named to receive the Distinguished Service Award at the Beth Shoiom-Israel Dinner of State slated for Saturday evening, Oct. 9, at the Doral Beach Hotel. Joining in the felicitations iat leit) is Louis F. Suetman. Temple president. PaJrcn Host Committee to Head Dinner For Beth Sholom Leaders Here Oct. 9 BETH TORAH FUNCTION tmguished roster of Tern-, Sholom memben were it a cocktail reception ii i n i_. Mr ii Mrs Jonas .' Brot • %  % %  : %  home on Sunsel Isle plete plans for the TernIsrael Dinner of State %  'Acre members ol thi Ii si i 'ommittee, of which and Mrs. Brotman are chair, i indinner will IM* held at Doral Beach Hotel on Saturdaj Oct. 9, .it seven p.m. PAGl ISA The dinner will be the occasion for the presentation of the Distinguished Service Award to Mr. and Mrs. Seymour Silverman in recognition of their services to the Temple, the community and the cause of Israel. The Award will be presented by Gen. Ezer Weiimann, one of Israel's national heros and Commander-in-Chief of the Israeli Air Force. In addition to his military laurels, Gen Weizmann i> wideIj a< claimed as our ol Israel's most eloquent spokesmen. \ pecial tesl ill be Miss Tova Ronni, widely known as the • first lad) of Israeli song." Miss Ronni. interpreter of the songs of Israel, has been hailed In Europe. South America, and the United Stall's. The cocktail reception hosted bj Mr and Mrs. Brotman brought toler leading members of Temple Beth .Sholom who are named to .serve on the Patron-Host Committee. Included in the committee are .Mr. and Max Alterwein, Kllis L. Amdur. Sidney I). Ansin. Joseph L. Arkin. Norman Arkin, Joseph Ash. Mi mill \i w MI rtalm, All um %  r. a Itodln, \ • .,. Shepitril : \ I ... \ I•in Iturki \l i i %  kl C ilin I I: l: %  mil Mr* i' % %  • %  Itl ''""' %  %  i i;. i '.Mipi Mi I'mipi %  i -i 11 i >nlil>> K HiI 'anN ,• ha n II I %  %  *.m 1 M< %  II K mi VI iml \| r n Dai II i .1 KM, .'III; ll • \l • %  %  I I. II in. M ua II i li rai .1 Harr> 1 I'.I-I %  I I, 1 itil lull, I ll 11. 1 1 1 • %  1: • 1 Mr '1 1 Mr* II %  • %  ; 111.III. I-.IM •• I! i r .1111, Hi • %  %  %  Miliai -. Kl i Kulz. Kll Katzin, lami Knopki %  • i\ I ... in./. M Ki M %  \| i.. M .! .-. %  !, II rVII % %  I,... n an, M X %  i|i "l"< -i.IJtt, All 11 I %  II Mil B %  \. wman Mi unit V • "lii .1 1 • : %  II III l',.|l\. I Itl Itifkl i ; II II /. II I.I-WIK II v %  1: 1i %  • 1 1: 1: %  %  %  : %  %  Itu I! %  • • 1 \\,-x f %  '' \\ .%  1. hi L. Sharpi 1 Ii Mr Mr* 1 A • %  Sli ndli SIl'Rl'l, S> 1 II I! Smith, Kri 1 Sonu ruti n, Anna M • Paul \ Sw-rn. • I .%  .. r, I %  "> el Sti 11. i '•< 1 nl-i Stiau*, I'arl SusHklnd, Allvn M. r. iillts, Sfeyi 1I. TVppi rman, Tom ph Mrs. Jack A. Abbott. H r 1,.. 1..., Vrntura lack WapGeneral Assembly Slates Arab Refugees on Agenda James Abramson, Eliso A. Adams. %  %  • %  s %  • waymm ,. %  ii. 1 \t *i Mr. and Mri M 1* H William Agranove, James M. Alu .„ s|m „ n n bert, Morris Alpert, Joseph Alter. ., 1 Hamld Zinn JUDGE JACK fALK RIGHTS OF DEFEWPANTS Judge Falk To be Speaker For B'nai B'rith Judge Jack \ Falk, ol the < rit %  itial O irt "i Rec< rd. will be fe speaki r at the North El B'nai B'rith meetins to be b d Washington Federal. 1133 So mandy Dr on Mon % %  "-• Oct I Program Chairman Irvine %  Spear h ; that J Falk's toi be 1 1, hi of Dcfcn lanl Rights oi the Pul 1 Judge Falk. who si n ed 01 Board of Directi rs ol Temple •' • d.ea for a number ol years, was • by ihe Junior Chamb r ol Commerce as one ol the "Ou ng Young Men ol the I'nited States in 1964 At the meeting, a plaque will be presented to Past President Fred Jonas for "outstanding rccor the recruiting of new members Jack A. 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Friday. October 1 1965 -Jfnlst fhrldHton Page 5-A kol Nidre to Open Yom Kippur Continued from P9 2-A Day will C lose with I p.m. .bv are s Lit en lor 11 a.m. junior services : sday are ..penitence Who Can Grow Bl| will be Rabbi Moms A. \ rmon topic during late ,ji% services, 8:15 p.m.. at Tem„ e Beth Shirah, 7500 SW 120th St. i on Saturday. 10:30 a.m.. Making choices." Assisted l'. William Royal and the lii,,,. Rabbi Skop will launch the ..in Ki| pur period with a Kol Ni%  n sermon. -What Does the Lord |( ..n Tuesday, Oct. 5. at 7 [ j of Atonement will lx.-wn 9 45 a m on Wednesday. Oct. Yizkor memorial service at joon, including a sermon on "When be ilearl Aches." Neliah closing are slated for 6 p.m. or Abraham Seif will offiI it a -pecial service Friday oon. 5:45 p.m.. at Kneseth ne\ Congregation, 1415 Euclid Ive Spiritual leader of the congreiRabbi David Ix'hrficlrl. will conduct 8:30 a.m. serces on Saturday and speak on of Penitence" at 4 p.m. '..in Kippur observance schedule \a Is for mornings at 8 a.m.. MonI.. Tuesday and Wednesday. laj Kol Nidre service will be h at 5:45 p.m.. and Yizkor me: on Wednesday at 1030 a.m. evening services, 6:15 m ;it Agodeth Israel Hebrew institute, 7801 Carlyle Ave., will be f wed by Kabbalat Shabbat. On 8:45 a.m., during the : Repentance observance. ; ibbi I • a a c Ever will disi '!u Mlbjeflt, "Is Confession of Sufficient?" Kiddush will be rved ..Her the services, and Min[,, ischeduled for 8:15 p.m. On) I PS laj Oct. 5. the synagogue will it. the Da) "t Atonement, i Kippur eve, with Kol Nidre Service:, at 6 pm Cantor Meyer ireenl It "ill offer the liturgical music, and Rabbi Ever will preach Mi Atonement and Survival." Wednesday morning services, Oct :irc scheduled for 3 a.m.. with a i'i/kor memorial service and serninii on "They Departed in Peace." st 11:30 a m! Rabbi Maurice Klein will con%  Friday services at 8 15 p.m.. ind Saturday morning observance i during the weekend at Temple Tifereth Jacob, 951 Flaingu Way, Hialeah Rabbi Klein nil officiate at Yom Kippur services ushered in on Tuesday, Ocl at 5 30 p.m.. assisted by the fchoir Wednesday's schedule inludes services' at 8:30 a.m.. Yizkor 1" ;. m Mincha J p.m.. and Hosing Neilah prayers at 5 p.m. Regular weekend of services will [be held m Congregation Agudath [Achim, 6305 Collins Ave with schedule calling for Friday at 5 15 p.m. Saturday 9 a.m.. Mincha t; p.m. Yom Kippur observance will be launched with Kol Nidre services conducted by Rabbi Harry Zaretsky on Tuesday. Oct. 5, at 6:30 pm Rabbi Simon April's 7:15 p.m. sermon topic will be on "Faith and Continuity." \V e d n e s d a >"' schedule u ill be initiated at 8 a.m., with Yizkor services and sermon on "Our Mother' by Rabbi April slated for 1130 a.m. Rabbi Zaretsky will officiate at musaf at 12:30 p.m. Vice Preside!)) Harry Soble will conduct mincha at 4 p.m.. and Neilah closing prayers, at 5 p.m.. %  will be in charge of Rabbi April. Weekend and Yom Kippur services will be conducted by Rabbi Sol Landau and Cantor William W. Lipson assisted by the choir at Beth David Congregation, 2625 SW 3rd Ave. Friday evening services will be held at 6 p.m. During Saturday morning services, starting at 9 a.m.. Rabbi Landau will officiate at the Bar Mitzvah of Carey, son of Mr. and Mrs. Albert Rosen, thai. Subject of his sermon w ill be "Is Repentance Possible?" Yom Kippur will be ushered in with Koi Nidre services on Tuesday, Ocl •">. ..) p.m. Theme of the evening will IM"A Blueprint for Life — Religious Institution vs. Genuine Religion." "Israel The Eternal Coverant People — Its Reply to ScientJsm. Materialism and Atheism" will be Rabbi Landau's subject on Wednesday, Oct. 6. during 8:30 S.m, services Yizkor observance islated for noon, with Neilah closing services at 4:45 p.m. Young Israel of Miami Beach, 1542 Washington Ave., will continue its first observance of the New Year 5726 with weekend Services i Friday starting at 5:50 p.m. During Saturday morning services at 8:30 a.m.. Rabbi Abraham Strassfeld will speak on "Sabbath of Repentance." Rabbi Strassfeld will conduct Yom Kippur services ushered in with Kol Nidre on Tues, day. Oct. 5. at 5:45 p.m. Schedule for the Day of Atonement observj a nee on Wednesday. Oct. 6. will begin at 7:30 a.m. Theme of the 10:30 a.m. sermon will be "Day of Introspection." and Yizkor servkes will be held at 11 30 am Rabbi Maxwell Berber and Cantor Ben Dickson will officiate during weekend and Yom Kippur services at Temple Zamora, 14 Za mora Ave. Sermon on Friday evening, starting at 8:15 p.m., will be on "Visions and Dreams." During Saturday morning services. 8:45 a.m., Rabbi Berger will deliver the scriptural reading. Subject of the KcJ Nidre sermon on Tuesday Oct. 5, slated to begin at 5.30 p.m will be I Go Alone." Rabbi Berger will conduct Yom Kippur %  vices on Wednesday, Oct. 6. at > Which Is Better For Your Company Pension Trust Or Profit Sharing? I The Best Answer May Be Pension or Profit Sharing or Both. 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 Plans. 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%  Octc M 1965 'JewistifkrkfilMi Pacre 5-3 Author Jim Bishop to be Featured Guest At Temple .Menorah 16th Anniversary %  -embers of the Parent-Teachers Association of Tem..u-El qathered at thf orqanization's opening luncheon last Wednesday. Mrs. Harold I. Brooks, president. lostet Tie first meeting of the new season in her home at |v : cms for a full and active year for the Reliaious School :lined. With Mrs. Brooks (left to right) are Mrs. Robert [• An. Alan Rothstein. Mrs. Ira Hader and Mrs. Howard Looking on is Samuel I. Leibowitz, educational dii the Temple. eak Registration At Schechter Jim B I s!i o p will : est at the Temple h inniversarj banquet 5ui laj i \ • rung a1 the Deau nlle Hotel, according to an an11 uncement by Leonard Rosen. 'I emple presi lent Date of the celebration was cho-i n as being nearest the day Temple Menorah was created in 1949 on Rosh Hash ma. Louis Reinstein is ferving as banquet chairman. Bishop will present autographed copies of his best selling b"ok. "A Day in the Life of President Kennedy," to guests at thj dinner. Rabbi Mayer Abramowitz, spiritual leader of the Temple, will base the 16th anniversary' dedication ceremony on the 16 books of the Bible which best fit the Temple's history "It is appropriate that on this milestone in the life of 8 temple, we revert to the source of our inspiration — the Bible." declared Rabbi Abramowitz. that "registration in • Schechter Daj School K.T.anu -El has ap. new peak," Samuel J. education director an• .at "this year marks ilestone in the con I evelopment of the school • .•<(rung ot the fifth grade planned to continue add:. I k vela until a complete I system has been develteld on Sunday Bus transportation „> been arranged for all pupils. All pupils in the Religious School .ere prepared for full participa iOfl In the children's services held n both days of Rosh Hashona in he mam sanctuary of the Temple. Temple Menorah is a product of the Bible and its teachings, just as arc all other synagogues. Not only will we recall the 16 years of Menorah's existence, but four millenia of Jewish creative growth as well." he concluded. Temple Menorah had its beginnings in a loft above a garage win re a handful cf families met to %  %  hall with full stage and caterinj facilities The religious school, under the direction of Herri Honor, meets the highest standards of Jewish education, providing religious education from Nursery School through confirmation classes. Named by Rosen to serve with Reinstein on the Banquet Committee are Max Krauss. honorary chairman, Harry J. Kniyht. COKh a l i uT an, and as a Host Commit tee. the entire Board of Directors: David Alper. Mrs. Elsie Belsky, Irving Billig. Morris C Berger, Morris Black, Michael Bronstein. .lack Burstein, Louis DeOoveny, Joseph Denmark. Isadore Drell, Malvin Bnglander, Sam Feldstein, Himen Fenster, Sam Fuchs, Nathaniel GILkman. Dr. Samuel Greenfield. Isaac llirsch. Harry Hoffman. David Kleiman. Dr Sigmund Klein. Jack I. Korenblit. Ben Krovetz. Joseph Kornfield. Emanuel Lebowitz. Sam Leifman. Jerry Lelch.uk. Sam Malow. Agency Top in Production H B Not inson and \• '' • %  for t he o with i almost 11 >n Pastrami? 6 Joseph Man-bach. Jacob Matz. A. Louis Mechlowitz, Dr. Jack Mishkin. Al Orvieto, Marcus Paulson, Abraham Rabinowitz, Harry Rosenfeld, Edward Schaeffer, Sam Schiffman, Ed Schuman, Abrahan Robert SieNothing goes with a good meal like Tetley Tea! Because Tetley is bright and bracing as the finest, tastiest tea should be-a favorite in Jewish, homes since 1837. BULK, BAGS AND INSTANT organize a synagogue and to offer Selecoff, Al Sherman. huth religious serviceand educa gel, I Wally Sigal, Charles S in tion to the community. From those mer, Saul Strachman, Jerry Sussearly days, Temple Menorah has man. Jerome t'finer. Maurice gn .vn in numberand in stature Weil. 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lev -vtobw 1. 1965 to%l*t mkrictlmn Page 13-A OUR ORGANIZATIONS GREET THE NEW YEAR jnerican Jewish Congress in Miami i Bv RABBI LEON KRONISH, Pr„idnt Isoutheast Region American Jewish Congress [OES American Jewry have a pacemaker^ If we me in .-" organization that blazes new paths and nf avenues, the answer is yes — and its c ^ American Jewish Congress. N( ,u in its 47th year, the AJCongres*. has a JKKt of notable ••firsts" to its credit. Within weeks of Hitler's coming to power in ,1 launched the first boycott of Nazi goods service* The American Jewish Congress pioneered the kcepi feat the law is the most effetive weapon the fight agaiMl racial and religious discrim.,„,, vmerica's first fair education law is due aunched by the American Jewish Con1947 in which Columbia University was f ,, th discrimination against .Icvi.-'i -tn | result was enactment by New York I., • country's first anti-dtacrimination edumarking the lx-ninning of the end of "quota" system in college ad mis•! per cent of American Jews live In fj,. red !•> fair education and fair housing fair employment and equal voting pcome the law of the land for all ler the Civil Rights Act of 1964 and :. Ms BUI of WW Fair Sabbath Laws hampion ol n and %  •i, %  it ion, V 'ongress I • result irk I S S ipreme • outlawins led the 1' • ... r was the Ai ; %  i iaun.hi lh. mat • %  exl nsioi We*t iti lions i>n thi %  rosi lioi I N'azi VJi n ress was t i I i %  anizaat abn Ic sue, chars:\azi i xei utioners es ape punish2i } c ar time limit on their prosecutti d to run out UCongress was the : action !>> the German Parliament, ice the question before the conscience AJCongress' successful battle against the antiSemitic employment policy of the Arabian-American Oil Company (Arameo). iLs pioneer role in building cultural and intellectual bridges between American Jews and the people of Israel through the annual American-Israel Dialogues, its construction and maintenance of the famous Louise Waterman Wise Youth Hostel in Jerusalem, the popular AJCongress Tours to Europe and Israel featuring points of Jewish interest — these and other •'firsts" have won for the American Jewish Congress the reputation of pacemaker and pioneer in American Jewish communal life. Three Major Functions The South Florida Council of American Jewish Congress, during the past year, had three major functions. The first featured Leo I'feffer. general counsel American Jewish Congress, who spoke on "The Supreme Court and You — 1965." a report on recent Supreme Court decisions in the Civil and Human Righto area In February. Harry (! Boyte, special assistant to Dr. Martin Luther King, spoke on his experiences in Selma. Alabama. In May. Dr. Joachim Prinz, national president of the American Jewish Congress, gave a personal report on "The New Herman} Members of the South Florida Council partici pate in the Communitj Relations Board, United Nations Association and other communit> groups Its officers are Rabbi Leon Kronish, president._ Rabbi Jonah E Caplan. .lack D Gordon and Mrs David Muskat, vice presidents; Mrs Benjamin Kan n se< retarj. Vfr Joseph Nevel, treasurer lt$ guidii s h ive b c i n to strengthen ; ee loms, to i that aniirreni icumentin •' • of h %  '• %  I itu ... extremist ai ca vim >ups Jewish ition and com mi'" Founder's Philosophy This iAJCongress, the pacemaker Jewish > whose philosophy was enunciated nearly a half century ago bj Stephen S Wise, its founder "Not relief.' he said, "but redress, not palliation out prevention, not charity but justice This is the only program worthy of a Croat and proud people RABBI LEON KRONISH MRS. IRVING KAPLAN Rabbi Stern To Deliver Paper Rabbi Tibor ft Stern, of the .lacob C. Cohen Community Synagogue. 1532 Washington Ave.. will deliver a paper on "Jewish Philosophy and Ethics" on Saturday, at 4 p.m. Rabbi Stern, author of many volumes on Jewish law, will discuss "Natural and Artificial Sanctity." 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IRVING KAPLAN, President Southeast Women's Region American Jewish Congress ;OUNDED by Louise Waterman Wise, wife of Rabbi Stephen S. Wise, a founder and long-time i sidenl of the Congress, our organization works among women of all raees and religions to ad• human rights, and (2) among Jewish women i I rotect the rights of Jews in foreign lands, helps ae| crow in peaee and security and strengthen i^h self-knowledge and self-understanding. The Southeast Region. Women's Division, is ompriaed of four chapters which cover the entire ">. %  president, und Justine Chapter, Mrs Sylvia irvers president. Miami Beach area; and the Mill Chapter, Mrs Jeanette Stern, president, Southesl Miami and Coral Gables area American Jewish Congress women believe ) that the Jewish heritage has a meaning for today's living and todays world. It is their firm Conviction that Jews are something more than %  religious group and an ethnic phenomenon: that lows are a people with a common heritage, bound bj ,i common fate. Concerned with the safety and security Of the Jewish people, they believe there imore to "being Jewish"' than mere physical continuity — and that for meaningful Jewish survival there must be an understanding and appreciation Of the Jewish past, a commitment to live by Its values in the present, and a dedication to transmit these ideals to the generations to come. The Miami premiere of the first full length Hebrew film. "They were Ten." was sponsored, during the past year, by the Women's Division. Enriching Jewish Life The women of the American Jewish Congress i I warm concern for Israel, and particularly tor its children. Before it became a reality they worked for a Jewish state in Palestine Today, ( n women support Israel not only aB haven for the Jewish homeless and ., center of democracy in the Middle Kast but SB I source for enriching Jewish life and culture and for enhancing the Jewish contribution to mankind. The Women's Division of the American Jewish Congress built and now maintains the Louise Waterman Wise Youth Hostel in Jerusalem, a unique center in which young people from 75 countries around the world come to know Israel, and where Israel's youth get a wider understanding of the world. The Women's Division of the American Jewish Congress is not isolationist, for it knows that no Jew is safe, unless the rights of all are made secure. During May, the Women's Division played host to Dr. Joachim Prinz. national president of American Jewish Congress, who gave a first-hand account of "the New Germany Thus the Women's Division of the American Jewish Congress believes that Jews are first class citizens, that Jews have a duty and a reponsibihty to advance civil rights, protect civil liberties and make equal opportunity a reality for all Americans. Twentj years ago. the American Jewish Congress Women's Division helped pioneer new approaches to fighting discrimination in housing. Calendar Ahead Great plans have been made for the 1965-66 calendar year which will (eatlire the following events On sept 21, Mrs. Virginia Snitow, national president of the Women's Division. 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icv October I. 1965 +Jmiat) Th^ridHcur Page 9-A THE RABBI SPEAKS FROM HIS PULPIT oicard Our Best Interests [ B yDR JOSEPH R. NAROT Temple Israel the fad that we lend J BiWe and of the I rgei Boofc aa : • l h e Ipl C : 131 and fs a p P o n '' Most is Li |o (In and Knows i< I' 0 lies his partadvice to the Idren f Isle I He beUthes •"them off. NAIOT ihv Book of l.iu A.-iu h. according to the i assagi thai inten sts me, "Moses h;.d made an end til writing Then Moses pn phesies aboul the i ture He knows the rebelliousi.c" and the stiff m .kedness of the people. He iconfident th.it after his death, "ye will in any wise deal corn'tly, and turn aside fn m the way whicft I have commanded you; and evil will befall you in the en i (! days; because ye will do il d which is evil in the sight of the Lord, to provoke Him through the work of your hands." We can imagine how the people felt on hearing such a gloomy prediction about themselves. In spite of their "murmurings" and rebellions, they surely must have revered their great leader who took them out of bondage and led them Uin Ugh the wilderness to the Promised Land They certainly must have felt, also a distressing amount of guilt that they had not GREATER MIAMI JEWISH CEMETERY ASSOCIATION GREETS THE JEWISH COMMUNITY ON THE NEW YEAR 5726 AND ANNOUNCES Community Memorial Services HONORING OUR BELCVEP DECEASED IS A PART CF OUR HIGH HOLIDAY REPENTANCE" RELIGIOUS SERVICES WILL BE HELD AT THE Jewish Section of Woodlawn Park Cemetery 3260 S.W. 8th STREET Sunday, October 3rd, 1965 11:00 A.M. Rabbi Sol Landau Rabbi Solomon Schilt Rabbi Max Shapiro Cantor William VV. Lipson ,L CHAM THE L H ALSO A T THE Mount Sinai Memorial Park Cemetery 1125 N.W. 137th STREET Sunday, October 3rd, 1965 2:00 P.M. (Th ? Sunday) Rabbi Solomon SchHI Rabbi Shmaryahu Swirsky WILL OFFICIATE Cantor Maurice Mamches WILL CHANT THE LITURGY SEATS AND A TENT WILL BE SET UP PRAYERBOOKS WILL BE FURNISHED THE JEWISH COMMUNITY IS CORDIALLY INVITED HYMAN CHABNIR, President HYMAN P. GAIBUT, Program Chairman FREDRIC ROSENTMAl. Co-Choirmon heeded Moses' counsel more often. And Ihej must have assuredly wept for his imminent death and their own bereavement. Whj could not .Muse;it this -.1(1 poinl in his life and in theirs been more optimistic, more cheerful, cons ; R? I believe thai the answer to the question lies at the I irl ol these ten days of penitence in whii h we find ourselves and of this S3bbath of Repentance toward which we turn The Torah thus teaches us thai we must regard atonement dearly, realistically, and not with vain and empty lorks. We must consider human I nature, not through "rose-colored classes,'" but in the light of reality. And reality tells us that human nature is by inclination stiff-necked, rebellious, and likely to repeat its mistakes. Repentance, return to a i better life, the adoption of sound| er and more lastinc values, these are achieved not through a mere ritual, or a day of prayer, or even ten days of them. The High Holy i Days—this period of judgement— is but the doorway to moral regen| eration; it is not yet the regeneration itself. We must get to the causes in hu. man nature that keep it from its own best interests: ignorance, indolence, indifference; fear and anxiety; bigotry and hate. And, j above all. that big and crucial area we call •immaturity." For only as we learn the secret of maturity. will human nature evolve to something' higher and better and more Vpeful. It is on this level that our religious striving takes on meaning — if only we would make more than empty words of such great spiritual concepts as "repentance." Yom Kippur Continued from Preceding Page Cantor Ren/er and the High Holy Daj Choir. Additional services will lie held in the CSV chapel. Open to members and non %  member.-., the services will be conducted by Abraham .1 Gittelson, Beth Torah edu. ation director, and Cantor Ben,'. n Kirschenbaum. Assisting at all services will be Israel Mandel, Irving Kuttler. Rev. David Klein an l Frank c; IdWatl Same schedule will be followed in the main mctuarj and the I'SY chapel Kol i n ii e on Tuesday, Ocl •"> %  vi i 11 i h r in the holiday at 5 30 p.m w th the 6 IS p W sermon titled, Wrong D oinj or Wrong iWorse?" Day concludes with at 6 15 p.m. On W esday. i the day bewins with shacharis at 45 a.m rorar reading, at 10 a.m will be „,,,; j Dr Lipschitz' talk on \ as for the Life That Has OutIt | at i" 15 a in. Yizkor menu rial observance is slated for I 15 .i m and additional m • n oon The 3 30 p.m afternoon mm.ha will conclude with Neilah at 5 p.m., and Shofar and maariv al •; 30 p m Da) of Atonement will be ushered m bj Temple Israel of Greater Miami, 137 NE li'th St., in Miami Beach Convention Hall on Tuesday, Ocl %  > at 8 p.m. The Kol Nidre will be rendered by Cantor jaci b ; Bernstein assisted by a choir and cellist Karl GreenfeW. Or. Joseph K. Narot will preach on "Judaism Without Guilt," an interpretation of the progress which Liberal Judaism has made and the problem-; which religion without guilt has brought to American Jewry' On Yom Kippur day. Wednesday, Oct. 6. services are slated for 10 a.m.. with Dr. Narot discussing "Judaism and Humanity Following the morning service, a spe' cial interim ritual will be conducted by Rabbi Morris W. Graff. At 2 p.m.. Rabbi Narot and Can%  tor Bornstein will conduct a children's service at the Convention Hall. Afternoon and memorial services are scheduled for 3 p.m. Organ preludes at 7:45 will precede Friday evening services at Temple Beth Sholom, 4144 Chase Continued on Page 12-A Lakeside Memorial Park N.W. 25th Street at 103rd Avenue INVITES THE GREATER MIAMI JEWISH COMMUNITY AT LARGE TO ATTEND THE DEDICATION AND CONSECRATION SERVICES OF MT. ZION GARDENS AND JACOB C. COHEN COMMUNITY SYNAGOGUE SECTION ON Sunday, October 3rd. 1965 AT 1:00 P.M. Services Will Be Conducted By: RABBI TIBOR H. STERN Jacob C. Cohen Community Synagogue RABBI SHERWIN STAUBER Young Israel of Greater Miami RABBI BERYL WEIN Beth Israel Congregation RABBI DOV ROZENSWEIG Cuban Hebrew Congregation For Information or Directions call TU 5-1689 Community Memorial Prayers STAR OF DAVID MEMORIAL PARK Sunday, October 3rd, 1965 Rabbi Murray A. Alstet will be present in the Park to hold Community Memorial Services. 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[FridaY' October 1. 1965 ••Jewish nwHIn* Page 3-fc Mrs. Lehrman Again Installed Women's Leader %  'lotion of officers of Federation of Jewish Women are riqhl Mrs. Irvinq Lehrman, assuminq the preside | and term, and Mrs. Philip Thau, chairman of the day. leach Attorney Named Judge fice of Phillip Chafetx, affairs throu houl Dade Count} ,,. %  „ Rd., tinweek anand Florida. I his appointmenl ;is MuHe if a member of ceveral fraludge in the City of Sweetternal groups, including the BPOE, Loyal order of Moose, Knights of Pythias, IOOF, and has been accsidenl of Miami |Vt> |n tlu affairs oi the senior for more than 20 years, lias citizens anl the handicapped chilctive m ponucai and civic dren of Dade County FREE FREE FKEE JUST MAIL A CARD OR LETTER AND YOU WILL RECEIVE IN COLOR A BEAUTIFUL MORRISOrVSCHIFF Some 500 women, representing the leading Jewish women's organizations in Dane County, paid warm tribute to Mrs Irving Lehrman as she was installed for a second term as pretidenl Of the Federation of Jewish Women. The installation luncheon took place at the Fontainebleau Motel on Sept. 20. Mrs. Philip Thau was chairman of the day. Presidents of the 65 Jewish women's organizations in the county were also honored on the program. Mrs. Sol Goldstein was program chairman. Mrs. Irving Cypen. chairman of the Federation of Jewish Women's Nominating Committee, presented the Mrs. Baskin Mokes Report Mrs vfey< r \ Baskin, president, South Hade Chapter of Ihe American ..... ii tj for Technion, was to i on her recenl trip to Israel at her Coral Gables Thursday and Friday. 1 a in. coff< es ..' the Baskin i Ferdinand SI also w ill %  ns for fall and winter activities of the Technion group, • i Mrs Gerald Schwartz, I itj i hairman. Mrs Baskin visited Technion. Israel Institute ol Technology, during a seven-week tour of Europe and Israel. Other oficers of the South Dade group for the 196M6 year include Mesdames Meyer Brilliant. Maxwell Dauer, Louis Schwartzman and David Sernakrr. vice presidents. Mrs. Morton It. FeUman is honorary president, slate of officers for the coming j ear Arthur S. Rosichan, executive director of the Greater Miami lew Mi Federation, installed the officers. in addition to Mrs. Lehrman, the following officers were installed: Vice presidents. Mrs. Charles P. Feinberg. Mrs. Sol Goldstein. Mrs. Milton Green and Mrs. Sidney s c h w a r tz; recording Becretarj Mrs Trudy Hamerschla; corre jponding secretary. Mrs. Sol Si verman; and parliamentarian, Mrs. Sidney Lewis. The program of the day featui a special presentation by the Temple Emanu-KI Players under the direction of Trixie Levin. JEWISH CALENDAR FOR THE NEW YEAR MUM *'i T0 THr MM HER OVi: l'"<'*'"** *'"' No. 1 ALTON ROAD MIAMI BEACH. FLA. FOR A TASTt TREAT TRY OUR TRUE KOSHER -, || % \ K F O Bl T S PURE BEEF %  %  • *„,_„...., KOSlllltlM IOI S THfrRE Cancer League Meeting Friday Women's Cancer league of Miami lie a c h will hold itregular monthly meeting on Friday, Oct. 8 at the Honev Plaza Hotel. '\lr<. Howard G rove, president pro-tern, will conduct the board meeting at io a.m and the luncheon meeting al noon I.,inch will be followed bj \ highlight oi the afternoon will b c the sale of gifl items created by the %  fund : %  ..:%  '• %  '' ,:; ; Plans %  '' ''''" ''"' „„.,, -iron on Friday. p .: tel, the held al the l le u Hotel will give re| jm extends pest, wishes POP A ]oyous new yeap m cum %  MANNA about TOWN gathered for you by Miriam Field SPECIAL ANNOUNCEMENT ii AM' i %  —\ i ^ TRS OIL AND COLUMBIA SPFCIAL PRODUCTS MAKE MUSICAL HISTORY TO BRING YOU THIS UNIQUE COLLECTOR'S ITEM LP ALBUM FO^ $1.00 ($3.79 COMPARABLE VALUE) PLUS CAP LINER PLANTERS OIL BOTTLE. LIMITED EDITION! QUICKLY-ORDER YOURS! r ToPlanters Cd Record Offer, P 0. E Clint na, Please • "" •Manna from the World of Jewish Song LPs. For ler I enclose $1 00 check money order (no j stamps') plus Planters Oil cap liner or label. J Name. — __——— I j dly _Slale. -Z.p. i Allow 3 to 4 weeks lor delivery. Void if taxed, prohibited oi ipstricted. Offer ends June 30. 1966.



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Pooe 12-A fJmHgr/mwHtar \om Kippur Continued from P9 9 A Ave Miami Beach fcbbt Leon Kronish will officiate and VAYELEKH-SHUVAH — And Moses went and spoke the^e words unto all Israel And he said unto them. I am a hundred and twenty years old this day; I can no more go out and come in; and the Lord hath said unto me; Thou shalt not go over this Jordan And Moses called unto Joshua, and said unto him in the sight of all Israel: Be strong and of good courage, for thou shalt go with thL> people into the land which the Lord hath sworn unto their fathers to give them, and thou shalt cause them to inherit it And Moses wrote this law. and delivered it unto the priests the sons of Levi. that bore the ark of the covenant of the Lord, and unto all the elder? of Israel Nou therefore write ye this song for you. and teach thou it the children of Israel, put it in their mouththat this song may be a witness for Me against the children of Israel" iDeut 31 1 19) This recounting o# the Weekly Portion of the Law is extracted and based upon "The Graphic History of the Jewish Heritage" edited by P. WoHman-Tsamir, $15 Publisher it Shenfold, and the volume is available at 27 William St., New York 5. N.Y. President of the society distributing the volume M Joseph Schlang. Yom Kippur observance with %  Kol N prayers ushering in the hohna. 6 p • ~ (KX t for I •r memorial Homestead Jew.sh Community Center. m HE 5th St. will hold V. m Kippur services on Tuesday and Wednesday oct 5 and 6. with Lxiis Schwa.-tzxnan. director of the Bureau r %  Regular %  *• %  %  -ervice* at Cengregahor B'mi Raphael, 1401 XV? 183rd St.. will be conducted by Rabbi Harold Richter who will also deliver the sermons During the Yom Kippur ot '-nance. Rabbi Richter will be assisted by Can tor Jack Ierner who will render the musical portions ••( the servieea S a' U — topic or. Tuesday. Oct S. dunng the 5 45 p m -service be Putting God Back into Our LiveYom Kippur observance continues on Wednesday. Oct 6. at 7 30 a m with the scheduled topic to b W iping A a y Our Tears Yizkor and junior corure g2tion are slated for 11 am Regular services will be held on Fridj p.m.. at Temple B'nai Sholom. 16800 SVi 22nd Ave Rabbi S Max Machtei will conduct the service, with Cantor Abraham Reisman chanting the liturgy Subject of the Rabbi's sermon will be •Don't Confuse Penitence with Mendicant On Saturday at 9 3o a.m.. services will be held for the >abbath of Repentance Stephen Mark Lipkowitz. son of Mr and Mrs Murray Lipkowitz will celebrate his Bar Mitzvah Kol Niire service on Tuesday. 6 p.m.. will include "How D'#.< God Get So Much Done'" On Wednesday. Oct. 6. early servicear-let for 9 a m.. Aith Yizkor memonal observance at 10 90 a m Sermon topic will •Dedicated That The Shall N Have Died in Vain RADIO GREETINGS AND BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY AND PEACEFUL YEAR 5726 IT IS THE EXPRESS DESIRE OF MEMBERS, EMPLOYEES AND STAFF OF WEDR-FM STATION 99.1 ON YOUR DIAL EXTEND TO OUR JEWISH FRIENDS FELICITATIONS FOR THE HAPPIEST AND MOST PROSPEROUS NEW YEAR EVER Music Program A new ., %  in dance ••• more sop: %  %  %  p cast nightl> from the Sorrel I Room. 10 to KM 99 1 on tl is beini' dance stylist FOSTER ELECTll COMPANY, INC Electrical Contractors HESIDENTUL • 1 % %  .•._ = INOUSTRIAL .' =i-.,-I MINTE'.'..= PAW FOSTIt, pmUm AiR COSDi* :•. SQ ,,, ADEQUATE .-. B -.22*4 w. FLAWER ST HI mnl Night*. Sun9a. S :J.I Sill HI 34122 fOtl tlTTER HIAITH VISfT T MIAMI HEALTH INSTITUTE PHYSICAL THERAPT BOOT CONBfTIO* SG 6ENEIAL DIAGNOSIS s I lit COLONK IttlQll s; UlTIA SONK THERAPY CAR/NETS ••• MAS:AGE 7235 Biscoyne Blvd. Phone PL 7-7234 GORDON ROOFING AND SHEET METAL WORKS, INC. 2148 NW. 10 AVE. FR 3-7180 Have y'Our root repa red now; you will save on a new roof later "Sat ; sfactory Work by Experienced Men' TO SERVE YOJ IS OUR PLEASURE Ed. J. Vischi Ural I'siatr in All itm Miranrhwl 124S6 N.E. 7th AVENUE I Phone PL 4-4661 THE McCUNE COMPANY CONSULTANTS — APPRAISERS MIAMI Established 1914 FRanklin 3-7796 t ( t TWIN CITY GLASS CO. MAIANmO MlltOtS -STORE FRONTS 'ORNITURf TOf I ANTIQUE MIRRORS IE SHVUINC CuHlom Picture Framing lilt %  144ti Street, MX Clesefl S.r.ree,. TeL if M141 <^-^-*^-^^V^\-N->^ H>^W


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October 1. 1965 + blslrk* letter Page 3-A White House Support of Jews Continued from Page 1-A ry. The hour-long meeting at the White House included a review and assessment of the situation generally, and a report on the Vigil. Different aspects of the problem were discussed, including various aspects of measures President Johnson could or Should take. An evaluation of the latest developments, Rabin Cohen said, shows "the Soviet I'nion is not insensitive" to protests and "there is the beginning of pinpricks of light in a very dark situation." He thought it uncertain how far this tendency w o u 1 d extend, but was convinced that the Vigil and similar activities were the proper and Mrs. Jonas J. Brotman. chairmen of the Patron-Host littee for the Temple Beth Sholom-Israel Dinner of State. L > host a cocktail reception for members of the committ eil home on Sunset Island 3 this Thursday evening. were to be complete. e Temple Both Sholom-Isruel : State to take place Saturday ev 0:t. 9. at the Heuch Hotel. Guests ci honor at the di:. :noui Silverman. A sp< c;a! quest ct the di | ..-i Weizmunn, Commandei-in-Chkf of Israel's ,'orce. ahu Elath to be Principal Speaker Oct. 23 Hebrew Univ. Dinner Here Elath, president, Hebrew n itj ol Jerusalem, and for • Israel Ambassador to the led States and Great Britain, principal speaker at the convocation dinner sch< dx the South Florida Division, M Friends of the lie' i v <-i--u >. according t>> Sidnej D. i I dinner chairman, and BarHirsch Meyer, convocation %  n f< ir h: Elath has ar< %  : %  Socict ersit) RAT PROOFING A Specialty aieuiAK ptsj CONJKOI rot JHl NOME AND BUS/NFSS FREE INSPECTION TRULY NOLEN EXTERMINATORS T.I. FR 7-1411 N.W. 7th AVI. 600 atllAHU IIA1 At the dinner, scheduled to celebrate the dedication <>f the Popick Miami Building m the Humanities complex of the Hebrew University, Elath will meet with presidents of the leading educational institutions of the southeast, who have accepted the Hebrew University imitation to participate in the convocation procession. wrrj %  MIAMI TITLE & ABSTRACT 104 N.E. 1st STREET • PHONE 373-8432 ABSTRACTS • ESCROWS TITLE INSURANCE A DIVISIOM OF TITLE Johnson, Humphrey In Greetings HINGTON JTA ecia greet occasion ol the vs ol the Sew ;sued here by I'l-eslThe President declared in his mess \. am ther y< ar on the ancient ji cal draws I am delighted I %  ress to all my unerican; ol the faith ni> < observe the High Holy Days, "These days of peniti nci ai d renewed h o pe are a fitting remind) r to us all that each ol ou individual fates is pen ol the fate of mankind. We are .ailed not to the negation of despair, but to the stern dutj of hope We are remind ed that no period in human hit lory lias been easy for those who geek frei di m, justice, and brothri In"' I. ••Difficult though r the burden of Cl • votion to n %  hun it, the Jewish faith lias enriched our American hentag< Maj the contributions ol this Faith, revitalized through the oD servance ot Rosh Hashanah be i continuing source of strength and inspiration lor all Americans. Vice President Humphrey, declaring he was "happy" to extend his greetings to the Jewish people, stated: (i.xl grant that the year 5726 will be a year of peace, ol liberty and happiness This is the heartfelt prayer of the Jewish people. It is their prayer for all the lamily


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[lav. October 1. 1965 •AMW lhr/rf/rtr Page 11-B %  -• Traditional Memorial Services to be Held At Cemeteries in Miami Area Sunday Samuel R. Stone, spiritual leader of Temple Adath and Cantor Maurice Neu at Hiqh Holy Dav • 11 is located in the heart of a heavily-Dopulated ty of Noith Miami Beach at 1025 NE Mi< •mony Lodge Plans Program \ i! -,ui 11 Goldstein, Harmon) I.' irtnounced Ihe ap i;;ii>in Samuel I! • Board of Directors i recent arrii ed from rvcs the congregation ol Adalh Yeshiirun in North I i Also a member of jnl IN Rabbi Max Lipschitz, |Torali Sj nagogtw. members inducted into \ Lodge during the past include Morris Tepper. Lissak, I/>uis Fogel. Ben IWilliam Stone. Robert M Pincus Aloof. HD Lodge will have its Bting on Monday. 8 p.m Torah Synagogue. Pro Jl deal with the question of w i e| in publishiri. i re trial pub lu ity in ci iminal cas< s inti with a fair and impartial trial. Moderating will be Judgi ward S. Klein, of the Criminal Courl ol Record and speakers will be Walter Gwtan, president, Florida Criminal Defense Attorney's Association and Vern Williams, a reporter for The Miami News. The tradition ol community memorial serviceat cemeteries between Rash llashon.i and Yoni Kippur will be observed throughout Ihe area on Sunday, oet :;. at \lt. Nebo Cemetery, Star of David Memorial Park, Lakeside Memorial Park and Greater Miami Jewish ( emeterj Association. \'aried schedules to which the Jewish community will be weli me : h ive been slated Day-long services will be held at Mt. Nebo Cemetery, 5S05 NW 3rd St., starting at 10 in the morning, when Rabbi Samuel AprN, of Teinp'e Or Olom, will officiate, followed bv R.ibbi David Rosenfeld, of Flagler-Granada, at 10:30 a.m. Dr Irvin Lei rman w i ll bold -i r\ ii i'[or I mat El at 11 a m an II a li li I Samuel M M.H htei of temple B ii Sh ilom, .> es al 11 30 a m. SI al noon. lau officiating al servic* for B e I li David. Ihe afternoon e will continue th Rabbi Mayer Abramowitz, ol Temple Menorah, al 12 30 p Rabbi Morton Mala\ skj. ol 1! wood Temple Beth Sholcm, l p.m.; Rabbi Morris v Kipper. Temple Judea, l 30 p.m.; Temple Israel's Rabbi Joseph R. Narot, 2 p.m ; Hahbi Max Lipschitz. Beth Torah Congregation, 2:80 p.m.; and final services for the day. Hahbi Max Shapiro. Beth Kodeah. :i p.m Rabbi Murray Alslet will hold 10 a.m community memorial services ai Star of David Memorial Park, 5900 SW 77th Ave. At li 30 a.m., he will officiate at observances fi i members of B'nai B'rith. Temple memorial services at Star of David will be conducted by Rabbi Alfred Waxman for Temple Zion at 10 a.m.; Rabbi Morris Skop, Temple Beth Shiran, at 1 p.m.; Rabbi Samuel Machtei, Temple B'nai Sholom, 2 p.m.; and Rabbi Morris Kipper, Temple Judea, 3 p.m. i Kipper w ill offer era' eon request lo his l 30 p MI. sen ices al Vlt N i r :; p.m sen ices al Star David. i-.ilcfor en • i i le Memorial Park, VA 25th 51 and 103rd Ave starts al l i •" with R a b t> i Mayer Al rami *'itz, ol T< mple Menorah, cond initial ei \ ice >i ficiating al n a m ill be Rabbi Eugene 1. about/, of Temple Ner Tamil: 11:30 a.m.. Rabbi Samuel \nrii. Temple Or i Horn. 1 P m : Rabbi Max A. Lipschitz. Beth Torah Congregation, 2 p.m.; Rabbi Ralph Z. Glixman, Temple Beth Tov 2:30, 2:30 p.m.; Rabbi Maurice Klein. Temple Tifereth Jacob. 3:30 i in.: Rabbi Daniel M Lowy, Temple Sinai. Greeting the Jewish community on the New Year 5726. theme for Greater Miami Jewish Cemetery Association memorial services will lie "Honoring Our Beloved De ( eased ia I'arl ol <>ur High llolidaj Repentance The association will hold religious observances on Sund..\ Ocl .'i. 11 a.m.. al the Jewish section "i Woodlawn P a r k Cemeterj 3280 SW 8th si Par! lers w ill lie Rabbis S >l Land.i .-chili and Max Shapiro. | tor Will mi W. Lipson ch ii g the Iiturg> At 2 p.m the assooiation ha i planned an observanci nai Mem rial P ark < lemi I th SI Rabbis Solomon Schiff, Snmar. yahu Swirsky ard Tibor H. Sterr wiil officiate, assisted by Cantor Maurice Mamches, who will offer the musical portions of the services. Seat> and a ten! v ill be S( > and pi books will tx hed those attendii Program i hairman is H> : %  Galbut, w i t Ji Frederic Rosi nth. co-chairman. Hyman Chabner is association president ENTERTAINMENT MOVACK HESTRAS THE SUCCESS Of ;$ • BAR MIJZVAHS U SOCIAL FUNCTIONS ^asTr-os-Accordionists I UN 6-5434 Lila Lynn New Director For Ad Agency Here Edward •' Seheaffer, president. has announced the appointment i of Lila Lynn as media director for E. j. Seheaffer iV Associates Ad vertising Agen cy. Inc. Miss Lynn has been at .•at r o sinci IM > t 1965 Pri ir to that time, -cried in a simi ar capacits for Drake tenner & Vssoeiates, and as for the Commumt> lishing Corp A native of Brooklyn, N Y she has hied for the past five years on liai Harbor islandwith her two sons, Michael 11, and Stephen 9 she is currentlj a member ol the School Board of Temple Ner Tamid in Miami Beach. In her new position as media director. Miss Lynn iil be di ,-eetlv responsible for the recom mending and expediting ol all ra dio television, and printed media ,„i both a local and national basis MISS ITNN I We are pleased to present RICHARD TUCKER chanting portions of the liturgy for YOM KIPPUR Monday Evening October 4th v HAPPY HOLIDAYS ILin tZ^tbcs?* d~td. 340 MIRACLE MILE CORAL GABLES IR. AND MRS. KENNETH KESSLER and FAMILY Wish their Friends and Relativi Healthy and Prosperous New Year ~ HOLIDAY GREETINGS FROM MILADY BEAUTY SALON k 1W AtCADE of the SHOPPING CENTER of SOUTH MIAMI HEIGHTS Phone CE 5-8651 LTiondson Barbara Church 7:00-7:55 p.m. In FM-Stereo UJVCG SOUTH FLORIDA'S GOOD MUSIC STATIONS AM 1080 KC. 10,000 Watts FM -105.1 MC. -160,000 Watts



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