The Jewish Floridian

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

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Subjects / Keywords:
Jewish newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami

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

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Sukkoth Observance Opening Sunday
The cycle of holidays, which began with Hosh Hashona and Yom "ill officiate and preach on "At-
conclude wttli the Festival of Sukkoth to be launched this tentive Listeners" a< the evening
1'\ evening. Sukkoth recalls the wandering of the children of service and on 'The Portion <>f
i pi after their exodus from Egyptian bondage. Symbols of the the Week" during the morning ob-
day, Oct. 10, at 9 a.m.. the Relig-
ious School will hold traditional
Sukkoth services in the outdoor
,Sukkah. At 7 p.m.. Rabbi Kipper
will conduct the Sukkoth obsen
ance. continuing on Monday :it 11
a.m.
, i'l-\ include the Sukkah, or temporary booth, the lulav and ethrog, servance. During Sukkoth eve ser- Gables, will be ushered in on Fri- Sejf a, ne$th Israel <
hreminiscent of the temporary' dwellings of the ancient Israelites in **ces on Sunday at 830 p.m., Rab-'day at 8:15 p.m., with Rabbi Max- L^ 1415 Kuc-lid Ave
fv Wilderness iloliday services will continue through Monday and bi Wernick's topic will be "How well Berger preaching on "Life B e a t. h on Friday afte
tnp w,_ C.reen U My Valley During Mon- and Influence." During Friday ,.,- nurinl. Saturdi
Regular weekend schedule be-
fore sukkoth at Th Hbrw Acid-
emy of Greater Miami, 2400 Pine-
,roe Dr. Miami Beach, is set for
Friday at 5:35 p.m., and Saturday
., 9 a.m., and 5:20 p.m. Rabbi
Alexander S. Cross will officiate .
and deliver the sermons during
the Sukkoth observance, with Can-
to, Seymour Kutner, of Memphis
Tenn., chanting the musical por-
tions of the traditional holiday.
Services on Sunday. Oct. 10. will be
held al 8 a.m. and 530 p.m. The
nCxi two day- will follow a 9 a m.
10 p ni schedule. On Mon-
ist day of Sukkoth.
. Gross' topic will be "Taber.
Peace." Second day's
on Tuesday will be "The
Our I abor: Our Children
. We Harvesting?"
Sukkoth will be pre-
Young Israel of Miami
VVashini ton A\ e .
at 5 15 p in and
..-..is ....
am Stn conducl
- ushering in the noli-
Oct. 10, al
|i hi ermons du-
CANM.ELIGHTING TIME
12 Tishri 5:41 p.m.
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day and Tuesday at 8:30 a.m.
Mincha both days is slated lor 6
p in.
Regular weekend services al
Beth Israel Congregation, 770 40th
st Miami Beach, are scheduled
[or Fridaj at 5 50 p m. and Satur-
day al a in. Rabbi Bcrel Wcin's
morning sermon topi c will !><
een Seas S .kk.tli uill
be ushei ed in al
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v ill be Ra
iy during :i ,i m sei
with Tuosda;
also slat< .
Temple Tifereth Israel, 6
Monday and Tuesday, will have 9
a.m. Sukkoth services
Weekend services at Temple s,K.,.ial Kabbalat service* will
r, 44 ZamoraAve.. Cora 1 I ^ condu<.ted by Cantor Abraham
Congrega-
Miami
ernoon at
5:45 p.m. During Saturday morn-
da) s observance at 9 a.m., nre|and Saturday services, slated for services starting at 830 a.m
theme will be "Four of a Kind." 8:45 a.m., as well as the Sukkoth Rabl)i Davkl Lehrfield will speak
Pre-Sukkoth family services at, observance, Rabbi Berger will|on .-Reflections After Yom Ki|-
Temple Emanu-EI. 1801 S. An- conduct services assisted by Can- _._.. 0n SundaVi (*., 10 Sukkoth
drews Ave.. Ft. Lauderdale. will 'or Ben Dickson, who will chant wiu be ushered in at Kneseth [a-
include the consecration of the the musical portions. Sukkoth eve < raeI wj,h 5;45 pm services. oi-
Sukkah. Rabbi Richard M. Levi-,n Sunday is slated for 6 p.m. ^^^^ wil| continue on Mondav
ton. whose subject will be "Tab- Schedule on Monday and Tuesday an(| -Tuesday at 8:30 a.m. services,
einacles Then and Now," will I calls for 8:45 a.m. and 6 p.m. both ()n |he fjrs, da>. Rabbi i^hrfield'--
be assisted by Cantor Jerome days. On Uie first morning, ser- topic wjU ^ .^he clouds 0f
Klement chanting the musical por-, mon topic will be "Weak Yet Pow- Giory Second da>'s theme wHI
turns of the service. On Monday, crful. |)(1 "The Lovely Fruit."
Oct. 11, at 11 a.m.. Sukkoth ser- "Dusting Off the Old Jewish T Ner Tarn id, 79th St. ami
Family. Part II, will be the BUD-
lict of Rabbi Morris A. Kipper's
sermon on Friday. 8:15 p.m., at
Temple Judea, .",20 Palermo Ave .
Cora] Gables On Saturday, serv-
ices and Bar Mitz> ah of Laurence,
son ni Mr. and Mrs Paul Weohsler,
are scheduled lor 11 a.m on Sun-
iel, ('..'. 0 \
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on Mon- al 9 a m R Wi rnick
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armed forces
mon will be on "Renewing Our
Bonds with Nature."
All services during the weekend
and traditional Sukkoth holiday at
Temple Beth Sholem, 1725 Monroe
St. Hollywood, will be conducted
by K.iMii Morton Malavsky, assist-
ed bj Cantor Ernest Steiner and
the adult choir. To be held in the
n sanctuary, late Fri lay ser-
ted [or 8 15 p.m., and
rday morning al 9 a.m. S
|] h.' ushered in
- n la) Ocl 6 p m., with
and
m and vening
. 5 th< -' day al 6 p.m.
5em will l"' delivered i> o i h
Rabbi Malavsky.
On 1 ii- Rabbi
Maurice Klein will conduct Kab-
bah' shahli.it -' rvices at Temple
Tifereth Jacob, 951 E Ith Aw..
Ilialeah. Kiddush will follow Sat-
urday, '' a ni. services. During the
Sukkoth observance, starting on
Sunday at 5:30 p.m., Rabbi Klein
will conduci services assisted by
the choir First and second day.
C'arlyle Ave Miami Beach, u
hold early Friday services at 6
p.m. On Saturday, during 8:43 a.n
services, Rabbi Eugene Labovit
Cantor Edward Klein will of
ficiate at the Bar Mitzvan of St<
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Volume 38
Fndoy. October 8. 1965
12 Ttshri 5726
Number 41
Sukkoth: What It
Means for Our Time
According to tradition the ethroc
mnmk the hecrt of man. The
.-lev denotes his wilL
These in essence are the sym-
bols of the Jews- rest.vc! of Suk-
:v. which follows on tl-.e heels of
Posh Hashona ar.d Yorr. Kippu: end
which Jews throughout the world
-e celebrating nexl Moi
andTaeedar.
SeddbOttl b both a Fes:ivol of
ThanksgiriDg and a period of hie-
ul romance II commemorates
the wiimlwliiqi of the ancient 1s-
raelitee in then onmey lo the Pro-
misor! Lane akx ezpreeeae
Jewry s gratitude toi deliverance
Tniki on Sul it La traditional
toe Jews lo erect Sukkcrh
cper. booth de with fxuiti
::.z ::;ce ~ ~:-r the err.ee:
cry dwellings hich they lived
during their *-:.-.:e.-.:tg is the wild-
err. ess
But the et.oc and lulav ointly
symbolise the assent ol substance
-.: '-ccj:rrt tl the -ces the
|sw s spiritual belief and bit m-
:..e will to .oer.ufy with n_s troditior. :n
the lace o: cotistanl threat
This onion of the r.zr.' to a personal
scier.ee and sett-determination is the bcs.r
ingredient of ail free men a union toward
which many people in the world today still
cspire. Sukkoth serves to rerrund us thct Jews
have therefore been a free people since the
dawn of their history despite the afflicauons
they have suffered m the name of Judaism.
Immigration Reform
President Johnson's striking legislative rec-
ord in Congress tends to diminish the light on
the fact that he does not always get what he
wants.
The President's fcilure. or near-failure, in
home rule for the nation's capital city last week
was a case in point. So. too, is the Adminis-
tration's immigration reform bill, just passed
by a Senate vote of 76 to 18.
The new bill reconcile? differences between
the Senate and House versions. The latter was
adopted Aug. 25. The clash over the wording
removes the bill from what Mr. Johnson orig-
inalry asKed lor
The measure calls for pooling unused
quotas and doing away with the iniamoui and
c-scnrr.inatory national origins system by
1968; and it contains other provisions to fec-
Uitate entry of immigrants from ahroad, thus
ending a bicoted practice thct has done viol-
ence to American principlee of treecorr. ever
ce national origins quotas were adopted
d passed into law back in 1924.
Thus the even more notorious McCarran-
Walter Immigration Act of 1950 will also see
its final days. Passed over the veto of Presi-
denl Truman .t hoe been the object of pro-
ed reform by every President in office since.
Where Mr. Johnson looses out is tha*
new bill places a ceiling in immigration b
Western Hemisphere countries a relatively
new and major source of immigrants to the
U.S.. who must now face the discriminatory
prcctices against them once .mposed upon the
entry of Europeans from the more "undesir-
cbie" countries on the continent.
Still, the President got more from the Con-
gress than any of h;s predecessors. And. *
his flare for the dramatic, he brought his mes-
sage of the rectif.cation of a wrong from
foot of the Statute of Liberty on Sunday, sym-
.ation's free flow for the oppressed
. lands Mr. Johnson has cer. ide
a ~z-od beginning.
Ike Reveals His Fears
Dwigfal Dcv:- Eisenhower one of -
confused end bored men ever to suffer the
Presidency of the 'Jr..:<~d Stctes is now trying
to give seme stature to his eight years
hce from 1552 to 1960 with the publication of
his new book on "The White House Years
Here, the President recalls the Suet-Sinai
campaign of late 1956 and early 1957. one of
the most disastrous periods for U.S. foreign pol-
icy in the Middle East.
No matter. Mr. Eisenhower launches forth
as brazenly and purposefully as he did when
he committed this nation to a policy that stab-
bed its allies in the back and returned Ncsset
to power, hence robbing the West of a major
if not fina-1 stronghold in that part of the world.
In his reminiscence about Israel, the former
President is particularly delighted to recall for
us that he had sought "a resolution which
would call on all United Nations members to
suspend not just governmental but private as-
sistance'' if Irael refused to withdraw from
Sine
To shore up the hindsight of his political
intelligence. Ike remarks that the late John
Foster Dulles was entirely in accord, adding
lhal he did not want to give the Arab world
the impression that U.S. foreign policy in the
area was, in the last analysis, controlled by
Jewish influence."
One could go on and on, sifting the diz-
i of Mr. Eisenhower s understand-
Bui .: would also be fair game to remark
reel President of the United States
late 1957, when he became ill and
subsequently died. Secretary of Stcte Dulles
showed every sign that he had c
.3ed his mind about our precipitous and,
indeed, preposterous posture in the Suez Sinai
rxngn, a fact easily proved by his clean-
ing o lei pressure of the Egyptian mili-
tary enclave a: Sharm D-sheikh in the Straits
of Tiran. thus securing for Israel thp freedom
of Eilat and Israel's window on Africa.
Mr. Eisenhower forgets all of this. And,
when he cites the opposition of then Senate
Mcjority Leader Lyndon B. Johnson and then
Senate Minority Leader William F. Knowland
to State Apartment policy in the Suez-Sinai
campaign, dismissing it all as "politics." it
becomes clear that the former President is no
less confused today.
Small wonder. Executive suite "ennui" re
:.gs Jewish, particularly Ikes fear
ie Arab world's impression about c
rich influence, tells it all.
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unwelding pol"7 There is good reav>n -
Particularly in the performing arts, it is difficult .'.
tap the h.&hes* ecru-ions without tripping over .
Hence, it is only here that Jews show some slight
only here that they abandon their would-be dbw -
After all nothing is too good for them e*r -.- ^
are asttine a topflight musician to play a M>nau :
thousand eesrj diners at midmght long after .^ .^
fashion -hows and the fund raising wher. th- bebt
and their anxiety to be leaving for home is at iu ^
urcent. when the echoes of the latest Israel: her*- -
ball, and no one caxes to hear another thing
In politics, lor example, it is entire}} ff:fr< .-
we have had our Abe Ribicoffs But no one cir
ptsyina favorites The Senator, indeed, has k---> j
eaveel) delight On the oUm
bassador <,"ldberg He ma> not be quite so ha
appointment to the United Nabou ht
. loqueni ind lought after fuest speakers
j>i^^. sre however admitted exception |
and for I rid periods of time, joii
n-.a i hen ^..
:' the no:
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SOMETIMES .....
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a. a mar o-hi -
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I fail t
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a vote
I se it to I U
Function.
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take Sen. K< be is

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rt. My mi t not
t to the sponsoring oi
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Slates was I

Wai i a gi
that
attention Iron-. Egypt economic I and to
Id U-hinvi his siippii.- leadership Added R<
The :nain rea?*n there is no Arab-lsraei peace after ''
the I'm ted State.- had never been willinvr to -
fraence to chl the warlike declaration- of the 'v
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TWO WEEKS LATER, early in September President
nounced at a press conference that he had nominated R
velt as United States representative to the United Nat; "0!rK
and Social Council with the rank of Ambassador The
graphic Agency, report'nn on the gTeat good fortune
was quick to point out that Mr Roo^velt' new -
one Philip M Klutznick former president tf B'nai B t
two years under appointment by the late President Kei
we really had a friend ;n high places..
In a kind of farewell address before the House of
lives Mr Roosevelt warned that it was about tirru
fugees be resettled in Arab lands, while at the same tin
the continued heavy United States financing of the Uniti
Relief and Works Afencj for Palestine Refugees.
This was in perfect line w-.th the Administrat
nee to l S responsibility tor UNRWA to the I
seventy percent of it.- budget Who could do any
Then the week of Sept '.<> came the shock i't n
Ambassador Roosevelt, our once long-time friend
enl :' West German reparations
the a \ real i H rt
would imp Israi ige Israel here I
man in;
nd nger u .'...ct.-.. to rec
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Friday
October 3. 1965
+Jenlst Th r/'-fftr
Page 5-A
Sukkoth Opens Sunday Eve
Cor. jedfrom Page 3-A
Mr and Mr- Max
th ol servance wiH >)<
S u ,i d a y al 6 P n
Monday and Toes-
s, I W m ne
Svmbol of tin- Eternal
the subject of a talk
j itz "ii the first day
,1 day. his topic will
I, Tl, ikkah The Clouds of
p.m. services at Agu-
loath Israel Hebrew Institute, 7801
r(, Miami Beach, will
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morning at 8.45 a.m..
, -at Hirsh Ever will con
j(' es and ~i>-ak on "The
j ason and Revelation."
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I ng and noon, will be
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Landau and Cantor
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services on Friday In
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Igation. -' SW 3rd Ave Bar Mitz-
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i re la I for 9 a.n ind will be
held in the main sanctuarj Cantor
Lipson will chant the musical por-
tions of the holiday services.
Rabbi Jonah E Caplan will con-
duct weekend and holiday serv
ices at Sky Lake Syngogue, 1120
Miami Beach, witti the Friday observance
slated lor 5 15 p.m Sermon topic
during Saturday services. !) :i m .
will be -Now Thai We Pasted -
What?" Sukkoth will be launched
On Sunday. Oct. 10, at ."> 45 p.m,
continuing on Monday at 9 a.m.
"The World is a Sukkah that Tot-
ters in thr Wind" will be Rabbi
Caplan's subject First day con-
cludes with services at 5:45 p.m.
Theme on Tuesday. Starting at !'
a.m., will be "How to Say Thank
You."
Beth Torah Congregation, 1051
No Miami Beach Blvd., will hold
regular services on Friday at 5:49
p.m. Dunn}; services on Saturday.
6:45 a.m.. Rabbi Max Lipschitl
will offi.iate at the Bar Mitzvah Of
Marc, son of Mr and Mrs Herbert
Ellis, and Michael, son of Mr. and
Mrs William Lipsitt. Mincha is
slated for 5 13 P m. Rabbi Lip-
schitz and Cantor Jacob Kenzcr
will conduct Sukkoth observances
at Beth Torah ushering in the holi-
day with Mincha and Maariv. at
5:45 p.m.. on Sunday. Oct. 10. Sched-
ule for first and -econd day, Mon-
day and Tuesday, calls for shacha-
ns at 8:45 a.m., followed by lorah
reading at !> 45 a.m., sermon and
musaf at 10 30 a.m., and mincha
at 5 i."> p.m. A large Sukkah has
been built on the synauomie
.rounds. Adults and the 8(H) chil-
dren of the Religious School will
visit the Tabernacle during the
eight-day holiday-
Temple Sinai of North Oade,
1820 NK I64tb St., will hold regu-
lar Sal bath services on Friday,
8:15 p.m.. at Washington Federal
Auditorium. 669 NK 167 th St. Rab-
bi Daniel M Lowy will discuss the
l.st moments in die life ol Moses
in a sermon entitled "Can All
Shoes be Filled"" Sukkoth ser
vices will be held on Sunday. Oct
luth. 7 p.m.. at Washington Feder
a! Auditorium Rabbi I.owy will
speak en the words of F.cclesias-
les "Remember the Creator in the
Days of Thy Youth" Liturgical
music will be rendered by Cantor
Chet dale and the Temple Sinai
Choir, accompanied by lly Fried,
organist.
liar weekend of services will
bt held at Congregation Beth Ja-
cob, 311 Washington Ave. Miami
Beach, on Friday at .i .') p.m. and
Saturday at 830 a.m. Rabbi S.hmar-
vahu T Swirsky and Cantor Mau-
rice Mamches will conduct the ob-
servance, which precedes the Suk-
koth holiday to be ushered in on
Sunday at 5:30 p.m. Rabbi Swir-
sky's first day sermon on Monday,
during 8:30 a.m. services, will be
"Invisible Guests in the Sukkah."
Services will begin on Tuesday,
also at 8:30 a.m., when his topic
will be The Power of Frail
Things."
The Exiled and the Redeemed
will be the subject of Rabbi Har-
old Richter on Friday
8:15 p.m.. at Congregation B'noi
Raphael, 1401 NW 183rd St. Can-
tor Jack Lerner will officiate
with Rabbi Richter during the
weekend services which Will in-
clude the Bar Mitzvah of Larry,
son of Mr. and Mrs. Sheldon Wil-
lis, on Saturday. 8:30 a.m. Holiday
of Sukkoth will be launched on
Sunday, Oct. 10 at 5:45 p.m., and
continue on Monday and Tuesday.
DM long first day services are
Si heduled for 8 30 a m u ith Rab
In Richter's topic to be 'The Joy
of Life Junior Congregation at
10 30 a m.. will be followed bj a
Sukkoth part) for Religious School
students at noon, closing observ-
ance will be at 5:45 pin Theme
ol the second day, starting at 8:30
a.m.. will be "Sukkoth Symbols."
Junior Congregation will meet at
in a m and mincha evening serv-
ices will be at 5 13 p.m. Cantor
Lerner u ill chant the musical por-
tion of the Sukkoth observance.
Rabbi Richard M. Mareovitz will
speak on "Who Has Chosen Is
From Among All People" during
8:15 p.m. Friday services at Beth
Moshe Congregation, 13630 W.
Dixie Huy Cantor Seymour
Hinkes will chant the liturgy
hoiit the weekend, whicll
will include Saturday morning il
3 15 a.m., and assist Rabbi Marco
vitz during the Sukkoth ol
- he lule for the h
services will l>c ushered in on Sun-
day, Oct. 10. at 6 30 p.m. On Mon-
day, services will be held at 8:45
a in and (i :((i p.m., and on Tues-
day at 8:45 a.nv.
Ke [ular weekend of services will
be held at Congregation Agudath
Achim, Lombardy Hotel. 6306 Col-
lins Ave. Miami Beach. Schedule
is slated for Friday at 5 p.m.. and
Saturday. a.m. and 5:30 p.m.
Babbi Simon April will conduct
the Sukkoth observance at the
synagogue with the holiday being
launched on Sunday. Oct. 10. at 5
p.nv/f irst and second day serv-
ices, Monday and Tuesday are
slated for 9 a.m. and 5:30 p.m.
Temple Menorah, 620 75th 51
-..ill hold Saturday morning sev
Sukkoth
in on Sunday evening
p m Ral bi Mayei
will offi< iate at all servl
and Cantor .lac b K
chanl the liturgical portions, as
,! by the ti mple choir ui
direction of Herbert Weil
Firs! and second daj observances
of the holiday arc scheduled for
9 a.m.. on Monday and Tuesday,
with evening services the first day
at 6:30 p.m.
Rev Sadi Nahmias will conduc-.
Sukkoth services at Sephardie
Jewish Center of Greater Miami
645 Collins Ave. beginning with
mincha at 5:30 p.m.. on Sunday
Oct. in. On Monday, during 8 a m
services, Cantor Nahmias' subje,--
will be 'A Festival for Ourselve-
Continued on Page 12-A
Accused Man Named for Mayor
JERUSALEM (JTA) Mem
hers of the National Religious
Party threatened this week to
seek to run a separate list in the
Jerusalem municipal elections to
protest the party's decision to run
former Deputy Health Minister
Yitzhak Rafael as the NRP candi-
date for mayor.
Mr. Rafael was indicted on
charges of bribery, alleiedly
committed while he was Deputy
Health Minister. He was ac-
quitted of the charqes on Sept.
16, when Yehuda Spiegel, form-
er director general of the Min-
istry, refused to testify against
him. Spiegel is serving a two-year-
prison term for accepting bribes
from contractors seeking bids
for a new hospital.
Mr Rafael was placed among
the top six names on the National
Religious Party's list for the Par
liamentary election and the party
organized a celebration for his ac-
quittal However, a number oi
party members expressed agree- fused the invitations to the cel.->
ment with the secular press, which bration. and began to discuss put-
contended that Rafael's acquittal ting up a separate candidate
on a legal technicality did not con against Rafael in the mayoralty
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Sukkoth: Feast of Harvest
ti
Continued from Pag 1-A
,1 \ of the Seventh month, when ye
11
,,: jn the fruit- ol the land >e shall take
. first daj the fruit of ihe goodlj tree .
all rejoice before the Lord seven days
ihe cultivation of Ethrogim in the Land ol l--
,did. Pretty old, t<*>. ia the export of
from Israel. When the Jews first moved
imbers to other countries, following th
First Jewish Commonwealth, and set-
Babylonia, Egypt, Macedonia, Persia, they
, i their Ethrogim for the Sukkoth festival.
, i, ached them after Lengthy and strenuous
, bj camel-back and sea crossings on mer-
vessels.
Amet i a Is number one ouatomer and accounts
,ut 80 percent of Israel's Ethrog exports.
Dunn? World War II, the difficulties and dangers
iping virtually cut off the foreign markHs
in Europe and America. After the war. Israel's
growers faced the fact that their markets
must ilisappeared. For in the absence i;f 1*-
rael Ethrogim, citrons from other countries had
invaded Ihe market. Besides, a growing number
.err -atisfied to use tile m> called com-
Ethrog purchased by the synagogue at a
saving <>' expense, though a loss in the personal
men) of the Mitzvah.
Two Problem*
i problems face the Israel-grown Ethr g
lots not have any bearing en the fruit
. elsewhere. Durum Shmitta year, the very
\ will tun use an) produce ol Ihe Land of
even m Israel, they import their Ethrogim
i thrr countries Another problem i- that ol
vh i c h i- m 11 li.. fted > and
ed unsuitable by the verj pious because ol
.....' ften vi ry beautiful The
inurka\ versus lo murka\ choice exists Many
Israel \,. iel re "murkav," the "lo murkav"
tiful but more kosher
The Ethrog is surrounded bj legends Jewish
folklo il thai the Ethrog is the fruit which
Vdam ate in the Garden o| Eden Certain murks
which occasionally apear on the upper part <>t the
especially fine specimens are popularly called
"Adam's bites "
The Ethrog Bourse opens week- before Suk-
koth. Many visitors send an Ethrog abroad. Tradi-
tional Israelis do their "'Sukkoth shopping" early,
for they strive to gel the most beautiful fruit, free
of blemish, symmetrically shaped with its pleasant
aroma,
Focal Market Point
F ii;il point of the market is the vicinity of Tel
Aviv's Great Synagogue, which weeks before Suk-
koth takes on the appearance of a county fair;
IxHiths sprint, up with Lulovim, Ethrogim, Myrtle
and Willow branches attracting the passers-by and
tOUl ists.
Exports are actually much larger than of-
ficial statistics indicate. For besides official ex-
ports, very many Jews with relatives abroad
and what Israeli doesn't have a cousin, uncle or
third co;isinin kiw in America or in England or
^outh \frica- send an Ethrog to their relatives
nd friends, bringing a touch of Israel to many
a home in other countries
Synagogue in Aden Set Ablaze
By Rioting Arab Street Mobs
By Special Report
VDENA synagogue and Jew-
ish bakery were burned down in
this British protectorate on the
Red Sea Sunday. Also gutted were
a Protestant church and Roman
Catholic newspaper office the day
before.
The riots came on the he<
a general strike in protest against
British rule
Street mobs shortly thereafter
took to the streets. British au-
thorities relaxed a curfew in
order to permit Arabs to get tc
stores and buy food. They
promptly overturned and burner
cars belonging to Jews.
No one was injured in the mi
attacks on the Jewish and Chri
tian religious buildings
Military vehicles took up a trii I
surveillance of the 'I M I '- del I
ancient (rater section on the rim
of extinct volcanoes Police said
some 800 persons had been a' : I
ed since Salunla\
Golda Meir Confers With Rusk
Continued from Page 1-A
slice agreements ending the
Palestine war in 1949.
Meir gave two luncheons
reign ministers and perma-
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IDNA M. BELL
Senior Vie President,
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'' BOYD BENJAMIN
Ec f ifomon And Sons
CARL E. BOWDRE
Senior Vice President. Peoples
'rst Notional Bonk of North
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M< nl o' al Advisory Council
C C BRATTHAUER
MORRIS N BROAD
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HARRY M BURT
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Phv scion
HORACE F. COFH3ES
Retired
B F. CURRY
Owner, Curry Auta Rentol
.amis W. EIDER. JR.
former Owner. Elder ElectrK
MAYER M. FRANKEl
Reoi Estate Investments
JULIAN B. FRIX
President, Turner -FriK
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ROBERT E GALLAGHER. SR.
Owner. Lorroine
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M R HARRISON. SR.
Choirmon of the Boord
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President, M R. Harrison
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President. Shcl -
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President Shell City. Inc
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CARL T. MOPEMAN
Attorney
NARRY HOROWITZ
Investments
HERBERT D. JARVIS
Public Relations Business
Devel Tropi-Gos, Inc of Flo.
MRS GEORGETTE P. JOYCE
President Columbia Federoi
SoMncs ond Loon Assocmt.nn
JACK JUSTICE
Realtor
JACK KNAP
President. J. K Enterprises Inc.
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President Howe E Mcedock Co
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President. Smith. Richordson
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President Nelson Mto Co Inc
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Boy Point
FERGUSON E. PETERS
Vice President Plontotion
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President, Atlas Chemical Co
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Friday Oc'zz*: E !35
Sidney Ansin to Chair Hebrew Univ.
Dinner for Miami Humanities Building
Meeting at the hflOM rA Mrs. Jack Katzman.
Dinner Committee of the Bureau of Jewish
Education plans the Bureau's annual dinner
to be held on Sunday evening, Nov. 21. at
Baa FoatcdMblaau Heel. Seated 'left to r:chi
an lAis. Carrie Rosen. !lrs. Joseph Duntov,
''.-. Cbarle* ?.-\-.er Joseph Cohen. Bureau
pn Mrs. J^rk Katzmcn. dinner chcu-
BOB) Be- Trr.in Meyers, and Mrs. Dcv.d Ser-
.-.'iker. Standing left to right ere Louis Sch-
warzman. Mrs. Lou.s Scr.wcrtzinar.. Ai Ossip.
Jack Katzman. Mrs. Anna Melmck. Irving Se.-
del. Oscar Mamher. ticket chairman. David
."^emcker Dr. Nathaniel Soroff. and H<
Berger. The dinner will honor Benjamin Mey-
ers, a Bureau founder and commun.ty leader.
Dr. Samuel Halpenn, Assistant United States
Commissioner of Education, will be principal
speaker. New officers of the Bureau will be
in&ialied. and a musical interlude will ije of
fered by Miss Florida. Carol Lynn Blum.
LBJ Signs Immigration Law
Continued from P9 1-A
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Morris B. Abram, president of
the American Jewish Commit-
tee, expressed gratitude to Pres-
ident Johrson and to Congress
for passing the new Immigra-
tion Bill which introduces what
he called "fundamental changes
in our immigration policy."
Aaron Goldmann, chairman of
the National Community Rela-
tions Advisory Coureil, sent a
message to President Johnson,
expressing appreciation of the
leadership he gave in the
achievement.
The bill, as pointed out by Presi-
dent Johi be na-
tional -;. -?rm w hich
been in affect since 1942 Un-
der the o!'l system, prospective
immigrant- from Eastern and
Southern Europe
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i to Fire at Herat Liberal Unit 2XZL
PAi Prime
feol and iithiT
rArhdut alien
[week to con-
ation of their
iv. 2 elections
1st the Henut
it list which
?pt. i second laif-
hmg lie seven
federation bal-
niade ;it ;i
Her and other
ions covering
listadrut vote
alignment had
than 50 |>< I
rh<- tabutll
17 and 18 per-
percent; Ben
Workers I isl
prcrnt; 111" In
Iftls (who refused
(Liberal li-t 47
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lists tsupp
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nel and Israeli overseas, will nut
be known for another three days
The Mapai-Achdut Avoda
alignment will try to convince
Israelis that an "increase in
power of the right-wing move-
ment endangers the labor move-
ment and the country's image,"
party leaders said after the
meeting. They also decided to
aim at local coalitions with the
Independent Liberals. They said
that, in any case, they would
seek to avoid coalitions with
Gahal, Rafi or the Communists.
The Mapai Achdul Avoda
ment bloc also n ported thai the
joint slate had spent l3.fMJ6,00*J
$1,322.0001 in the Histadrul elec-
tion campaign The joinl Liberal-
llenit list announced it had spenl
i t l,19i na the
campaign. The disclosures ended '
a period of accusations by the two
blocs against each other of spend-
ing "hundreds of millions" in the
campaigns
The alignment leadership named
Deputy Prime Minister Abba
Eban and Transport Minister
Moahe Carmei to k<-\ posts in its
election campaign for the Parlia-
mentary balloting i{afi named
former Housing Minister .lose!
Almogi as head o( its Parliamen-
larj campaign organization, and
> it Former Chief ol Staff 7rt
Tsur. a liali candidate for Parlia-
ment, will also take an active part
n the campaign
In a related development.
Justice Minister Dov Joseph
formerly resiond from the
Map .ii-Achdut Avoda election
li< for the Parliamentary bal-
loting. In a letter to Mapai se-
cretary Reuven Barkatt, he
noted he had been assigned to
the 118th place on the list, and
that this was done "without my
consent and without my autho-
rity."
The maximum numbered names
a party can li~t is 120 for the cor-
responding number of sea's .
Parliament. Placement at tiu- dui-
torn of the list virtually guaran-
teed that Mr. Joseph would nol
be re-elected, The placement ol
the Justice Minister's name
bottom of the list was believed
due to his vote in the Mapai Party
Central Comm i the
expulsion of Mr Ben Gurion and
six ol his follower- on charges
thai thej splil tin partj by fo
ing their independent Israel Work
i' Part}
Launches Season
Beth David I'SY started the
season with its first youth scrvic !
and breakfast of the New Year on
Sunday at 9 a.m.
Guest speaker was Judge Ra>
niond G. Nathan, of Dade County
Small Claims Court who talked on
"'The Jew in Politics
Nora Keldnian. president of Beth
David USY, and Merwyn Levin,
youth director, announce that over
100 youngsters signed up tor the
United Synagogue Youth organi-
zation which tins year will be di-
vided into South and North Side
I Chapters, both for n and 12 j i
o in pi i i SY, and 13 to 18 year-
olds in regular USY
Teen-agers in the South Dade
r the first tune a- i
chapter Sunday, 7 p m
home of Mr. and Mrs. Phillip
0 Old CutU-r R l. Their
i li Idren, Judi .:m\ .Minim Si hiff,
e first and second v ice pn sident.
Insl
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bounty
Association in-
directors at a
mt Plaza Hotel
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the Dui
'hief aigeof the Third Di-tnri
fjeai, Norman Hcndr\
t neu.> -v, M
1 W* and II T "Dutch"
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tent-elect. \I Lewis
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Friday. October 3 1965
Sukkoth Sunday
Continued from Page 5-A
on Tuesday, his message will be
There is still Nothing New under
the S
"Is Marc Chagall a Jewish Art-
ist" will be the question raised
by I)r Joseph R Narot of Temple
Israel of Greater Miami, 137 NK
19th St. at 8:15 p.m.. on Friday.
Rbbl Narot will discuss the ques-
tion Of what makes an artist Jew-
ish and the relationship of Juda-
ism to art. On Sunday evening.
Oct 10. at 7.30 p.m.. in the Tem-
ple, there writ be a Sukkoth eve ,
service The children of the Re-M
lifcious School will bring offerings^
to be given to a children's institu-
tion Rabbi Narot will talk to them,
and a reception will follow. On
Monday morning. Oct. 11. at 11
a m there will be a Sukkoth
morning service at which Rabbi
Narot will preach.
Young Israel of Greater Miami,
990 NE 171st St.. will hold Friday
services at 5:45 p.m.. and Satur-
day services at 9 a.m. Rabbi Sher-
win Staubner will officiate and
preach on "A New Home" on Sat-
urday at 10:30 a.m. Afternoon
Ones; Shabbat is slated for 3 30
p.m.. with mincha at 5:45 p.m.
"Festival of Booths" will be Rabbi
Stauber's topic during 8 a.m. Suk-
koth services on Monday. Oct. 11.
at 8 a.m. and "Temporary Homes"
will be his Sukkoth sermon Tues-
day during 8 a.m. services.
Regular weekend of services will
be held at Temple Adafh Yeshu-
run, 1025 NE Miami Gardens Dr..
No. Miami Beach, on Friday at
5 45 p.m.. and Saturday at 8 45
am Rabbi Samuel R. Stone and
Cantor Maurice Neu will officiate
at the services and the Sukkoth
observance to be launched Sun-
day. Oct. 10. at 5:45 p.m. First and
^second day services will be held
on Monday and Tuesday at 8:45
a.m., with ritual visits to the Suk-
kah included.
Mincha-maariv services will be
held in the main sanctuary of
Temple Emano-EI, 1701 Washing-
ton Ave on Friday at 6 p.m. Dr.
Irving Lehrman will conduct the
weekend service* and the Sukkoth
observance which follows, with
Cantor Zvi Adler offering the mu-
sical portions <>n Saturday morn-
..'. 9 a m Bar Mitzvah of Dan-
iel. SOD Of Mr and Mrs Irving
Sehulman. will be observed. Jun-
ior Congregation, at 10.30 a.m..
will be held in the School Assem-
bly Hall Sukkoth begins on Sun-
day evening, Oct. 10. Services in
'he main sanctuary are on Mon- .
day and Tuesday morning, at 9 |
a.m.. and Monday evening at 6 .
p.m. Junior Congregation services "*
are both mornings at 1030 a.m.
Rabbi Herbert M Baumgardwill
conduct an "Ask the Rabbi" ses-
sion following, Jprnjal 8:30 IttUjL
services at Temple Beth Am, s9d0
N Kendall Dr On Saturday, dur-
ing 11:15 a.m. services. Rabbi
Baumsard will officiate at the Bar
Mitzvah of Charles, son of Mrs.
Jacqueline Woldenberg and Wil-
liam Woldenberg. At the Sukkoth
eve observance on Sunday. Oct. 10.
slated for 7:30 p.m.. a special con-
secration service will be held hon-
oring children newly enrolled in
the Religious School. Sukkoth ser-
vices will be held at 10 a.m. Mon-
day morning.
Rabbi Leon Kronish will speak
on "Is Sukkoth Essential for Jew-
ish Survival0" during Friday eve-
ning services. 8:15 p.m.. at Temple
Beth Sholom, 4144 Chase Ave Mi-
ami Beach. Cantor David Conviscr
and choirs will render the musical
portions at all services. On Satur-
day. 10:45 a.m.. Bar Mitzvah of
Arthur, son of Mr and Mrs. David
Grossberg, and Ronald, son of
Mrs Estelle Korman and the late
Abraham Korman, will be observ-
ed. Sukkoth will be ushered in on
Sunday. Oct. 10. at 8 15 p.m.. with
the annual Sukkoth harvest festi-
val slated tor Monday at 10:45
a.m.
Sukkoth will be ushered in at
Beth Kodesh Synagogue, 1101 SW
12th Ave on Sunday. Oct. 10. at
6 p.m Rabbi Max Shapiro and
I Cantor Benjamin Ari will officiate.
Monday and Tuesday services are
scheduled for 8 45 a.m., with Rabbi
Shapiro's topic the first morning
on "We Art- a Lonely People." His
id d I y message will be
"Strangers in our Own Home."
THE RABBI SPEAKS FROM HIS PULPIT
*.
Commitment Our
Prime Goal Now
Recent waves of North Afri-
can immigrants to Israel
have included hundreds of
blind children. Many of them
have been taken to the Jeru-
salem Institute for the Blind
where they are introduced to
pioneering methods in re-
habilitation with the empha-
sis on education to help the
blind child grow into a train-
ed, self-sufficient adult. The
ten-year-old here is getting
her first piano lesson at the
Jerusalem Institute.
Tiferth Jacob
Plans Testimonial
On Saturday. Oct. 23. at Temple
Tifereth Jacob, a testimonial din
ner will be tendered in honor of
Ted Mohel as a tribute to dedi-
cated service to the Temple
Herbert Buxbaum will ,*ct as
master of ceremonies
By RABBI MORRIS KIPPER
Temple Judea
Better Red. than dead? Are the
young soldiers m Vietnam suckers-
So many Americans appear to
to be passive
while others pro-
test any involve-
ment in combat-
ting Commun
ism. injustice, or
the such The
1 i b e r a 1 mind
seems closer to-
day to the Isola-
tionist of the late
thirties W h a t
has happened to
us that we care
more about t h e
stock averages,
procuring the la-
test model auto-
mobile, or the
abroad''
Have we grown so sophisticated
that we can be clinical and >tenle*
about morality and ideologies?
Criminal acts are viewed by many
as relative An evil can be ex-
cused or explained away with ana-
lytical terminolog}
In reacting against the lunatic
fringe of ultra-conservative-, we
liberals have l>ent over backward
in our measurement of what is
moral and what is not In retro
spect. we are appalled by the neu
trnlity of the Allies in viewing the
plight of the Jew in Europe and
Palestine And yet today, we can
not groan or weep over the plight
oi other oppressed peoples on Un-
earth
Perhaps it is time that we give
serious thought to an age-old al
KABH KIMK
dreamed-of-trip
Utude of Judaism Perhaps H
time that modern man grow-
to the reality that man's moral
ligation to choose life-over death
good over evil, i- an absolute with
which Judaism does not compr-*
mise Perhaps it Is time that
mature to the realization that there
are sacred commitment* and over
all affirmations which Juda.
places beyond the sphere of exper
intent
Surely it is time that we guar
dians Of OUT tradition proclaim t>
,mr relativistic society -Thus
-halt thou go and no further F
M the Torah profoundly proclaim*
knd ha- echoed throughout Cap
jes, 1 set l>efore you 'his
life and prosperity, death and ad
versitj For I command you this
day to love the Lord your God. t>
walk in His ways, and to keep His
commandments. His laws, and His
norms; 1 call heaven and earth
to witness against ypu this day '.
have put before you life and deaf
blessing and curse Choose life
We can no longer stammer u
stutter excuses for non-inw
men! in the plight of humanit-
\- Jews, we in u -1 accept the
charge and embrace the ancient
mittnent This -
the essential contribution thai tl
Jew must transmit to ti\.~ fre
ration
Farband Annivenary Dinner
Mi*- Levin i- chairing the Aai n
nann Branch Farband second
anniversary dinner to be held -
Saturday, 6 p.m at the Shelborti
Hotel
SYNOPSIS OF THE TORAH PORTION OF THE WEEK
Moses addresses ill the assembled Israelites
Give ear. ye heavens, and I will speak And let the earth
hear the words of my mouth" (Deut 32 I
HAAZINU Moses' song beginning "Give ear. ye heaven-,
and I will speak" contains the principal elements in the unique
relationship between God and his people Israel Moses opens
with a call to heaven and earth to witness his declaration. From
the beginning of time. Moses asserts, the Lord had chosen
Israel for a special place among the nations of the world. He
had first singled out Israel in the desert, whence he lovingly
led them into the land of Canaan.
But Israel. Moses prophesies, would abandon their God for
foreign idols. Then God would send a cruel nation to enslave
and torment the children of Israel. Eventually, however. God
would have compassion on His beloved people and wreck
vengeance on Israel's tormentors. All the nations would then
behold how the Lord had avenged the blood of His servants
and had made expiation for the land of His people.
At God"s command. Moses prepares to ascend Mount Nebo,
in the land of Moab. From there, at a distance, he is to glimpse
the Promised Land and die. as Aaron had died at mount Hor.
'Because ye trespassed against Me in the midst of the children
of Israel at the waters of Meribathkadesh, in the wilderness of
Zin: because ye sanctified Me not in the midst of the children
of Israel'' (Deut. 32 511.
This recounting of the Weekly Portion of the Law Is ex-
tracted end beted upon "The Graphic History of the Jewish
Heritage" edited by P. Wollmen-Tsamir, $15 Publisher is
Shengold, and the volume is available at 27 William St., New
York S, N.Y. President of the society distributing the volume
is Joseph Schlang.
THE WEEK... US I SEE II
Continued from Page 4-A
ihortl) thi it confror.-
But the schedule h i long
modate thi of a S53 mill el Bond campaign launched
by the National Planni Israel Bond- in Neu Vork
several Hoe could the Senator do anything other than
rise to strut hi- stuff? What could the implication- of his June
pitol 11.11 'nly the pain and the poetry of Ken
nedy recollection mattered.
In retrospect, it simply can't be that they're more handsome
ill there's Sen Ribicuff. a heart fluttt-rer of the ladies if ever
one existed. It's just that old show window technique.
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School Dinner Here Dec. 12
wincr Miami third consecutive year was made
an. has been by Alexander (' MoskoviU, chair
of the fifth, man of the Board of Trustees of
Idinner of the the Mesivta. at an Executive Com
Miami, which mittee meeting held last Sunday
tec. 12. at the at the school. 1965 Alton Rd.
-1
I'M
dint
nine at
lent for the
[udience
>oser
(JTAI Dmitri
lirteenth Syrn-
nisic the poem
pny Yevtushen-
anti-Semitism.
oscow Conser-
this week to a
Ion. after being
i years, the Wash-
ed
ddent Stephen S.
account of the
C a mass crave at
J\. said "A great
Nation, half elec-
I the first public
the symphony
forbade its play-
rears ago.
was first render-
kchev, in banning
>U) 'hi' symphony
o\ erconcern"
A businessman and attorney,
Galbut is a member of tha Flor-
ida Bar, Hi* Federal Bar, and
haa been admitted to practice
before the United States Sup-
reme Court
The fifth annual scholarship din-
ner of the Mesivta will be tender-
ed in honor of Mr and Mrs. Louis
Merwitzer^ Mr, and Mrs. Max
Cohen. Mr. and Mrs Charles
Kalb. and Mrs. Samuel Zaager.
In acceptinu the chairmanship
of the dinner, Galbut said the
Mesivta of Greater Miami Louis
Mermitzer High School "is the
only secondary school south of
Baltimore combining a superior
academic high school program in
conjunction with intensive Hebrew
and religious studies The contri-
bution of this school in <>ur cul-
tural and religious life has been
most significant and has won the
acclaim of national educators in
Mir .fmuti \ ."
Tlic student body of the school
consists of boys from the Greater
Miami area, out-of-town com-
munities and from several Latin
American countries," Rabbi Alex
ander S Gross, principal, said
Galbul was chairman of the
Beach Singers
Hold Rehearsals
Miami Beach Community Sing-
ers arc holding weekly rehearsals
on Thursday evenings. 7:45 p.m..
at Ida Fisher .lunior High. 14th
St and Pennsylvania Ave.
Inder the guidance or music di-
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preparing for its 13th annual per-
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Friday. October 8. 1965
Today's Though/: By DR. SAMUEL SILVER
About the Good
Old AMA Stand
CHANCES AKi your doctor is a
very nice person. Nowadays,
it's more proper to refer to your
doctors, for we are in an age of
specialization. You've heard about
the oculist who said to the patient:
You're having trouble with your
left eye? I can't do anything fr
you. I specialize on right eye-."
Your doctor is a nice person
because he's a helpful person. He went into medicine
because he has a touch of tenderness in him.
He's seen discomfiture and it has sensitized him
and probably made him even gentler than most
people. .
If vour doctor is good to you. you should be
especially good to him. for he. poor soul, is a slave.
He wears chains. Don't look for them. They re In-
-.ill that i- shaeMed.
What do 1 mean by that'' 1 mean thai your
PS and mine are the unwilling victims "1
national organisation to which thej belong
n, the American Medical As-
5t retrogressive
.., m h. "I for stand-pat-

VMA
It ha- sougtll 1" <'>' k
. it has pretei to be
- actually hat- strung
is ; the i>r. doc-
- which
Tod
tor in this sit is the i" '
w: \ ,.' has seen to it that there
than th<
- shortage of me
jfs tl fault of the AMA. "huh has a
hold on the number of m< bools and the
mber of medical students.
When real dangers threatened 'he health of the
n people, the AMA was silent. Tobacco has
been a to mankind. The A\i\ leaders
st have known it. bul said nothing Our air has
een polluted; me AMA must have known it,
ittle.
Our waters have been contaminated for a
,. in,! you ever heai the AMA warn us about
, are not good lor us either But
VMA has d its voice against the com-
. nsnare us to Ind
Off the Record:
By NATHAN ZIPRIN
Subway Encounter
H
|AVE YOU ever been in a -
hot daj in New York during the
rush hour? Its only imaginable counter-
part is hell on post-judgement day.
Yet it was on a very day like thn
under those circumstances that I came
earn a mitzvah and gain a deeper un-
derstanding of the segment of Jewry
to which I am still rooted in many ways
1 had been standing on my feet for
about thirty minutes, swaying to the harsh and uneven
rhvthm of the train, when a merciful passenger vacated
his seat, and I fell into it. But before I could savor the
taste of my gocxl fortune, two bearded Jews came walking
toward me. Both were elderly, and one of them was BUD-
K>rted b) a cane. Both wore long kaftans, buttoned on
left side :n the manner of the pious of heart.
\> i arose to give m> seat to the elder of the two, I
pered that I i tiding in remembrance of the
cal adjuration to ri-e before the SB e, the elder.
Very frankly I had hoped this would open the door
-.. ., conversat leiighted to encounter
led Jews a rapidly vanishing tribe in America today.
irticularl; I ej give semblance of learning or p
the) both remained silent, and I fell disturbed.
Bui I would not let them dwell in that error. Whisper-
I ren to the younger of the two: "1 am delighted
\\ e < an earn so few
'.t them even when we pursue them and here one has
come to mo when I least expected it and I am glad."
Now the have realized that I recalled the
Biblical passage in awe and not m derision, and their
became radiant, as it saying it is good to meet
,i yld" even in this city with so many Jew i
"Young man." the elder of the two Jews said to me
as the train slowed its pace, "you seem to be a yeray
shomayim,' a man posse seed with awe of God, but what
I can't understand is that a man like you goes about gilu
posh," with uncovered head." How does one encounter
a situation like that?
"Bab Yid." I replied, "you raised an interesting but
not an unanswerable question, but one whose answering
fr me must take more time than we can spend on this
train on an 'efBV -habos' day. We have it from Talmudic
tome that all question* will be answered when Messiah
comes. Since we both, I am sure, are waiting for Mes-
>iah. let us then wait together for the answer to your
nuestion."
Between Uv and Me: By BORIS SMOLAR
Jewishness No Stigma for Danes
TALK TO ANY Jew in Denmark
and he will tell you that Jews|
in the country feel very safe polit-
ically, very' secure economically]
and very equal with all other citi-
zens. This is because Denmark is I
a country where anti-Semitism is |
not known at all. No one knows the j
difference between Jew and non-
Jew, whether in public life, or in'
private relations, or in business. This explains why
intermarriage among non-Jews and Jews is very
high.
No Dane would understand Jewish reluctance
to intermarriage. He would be wondering why hi*
Jewish friends object to their boy or girl marrying
his daughter or son. He would ask his Jewish friend
with much astonishment: "Am I socially unaccept-
able to you? Is this the reason why VOW don't want
your child to marry my child?" The fact that the
difference in religion may be the barrier would
never enter his mind, because the country know- ol
no :,' v hatsoei er.
t r ol Economy, Henrj i mm,
,. .;, b nobody neither the Je i or the
non Jews ever mention this fact when they .Ik
about him. It makes no difference to anybody. The
wife of the Frime Minister can tell you at a social
gathering, in front of high officials and diplonu.'s.
that she believes she is of Jewish origin, witnout
feeling anything about it. It is just as if she w -re
saying that she is of Swedish or British descent;
and it will be taken by the listeners in this spirit.
Jewish and non-Jewish youths, being educated in
the same schools and raised in an atmosphere of
complete equality, certainty do not see anything
wrong in intermarrying Intermarriage among the
2.000 Jewish families in Denmark all of whom
reside in Copenhagen therefore exceeds today
50 percent of all Jewish marriages.
Contributing to It is also the fact that the Mrs
do not distinguish themselves as a special i
They are part and parcel of all classes of the p
lation. There are no poor among them. the;, i-e
ly middle class people, play no special ro n
business, and .ue normallj represented In the re-
fessions Thej assimilate not becau seek
is_ but the normal life they U rf
country wb re reli -
impletel) alien to the people
As We Were Saying: Bv ROBERT E. SEGAL
The American Kighl is on a Rampage
eput
I .....
>*
ly as "at best
nd i
the former f
rt A. Philbricl endoi
in' to il('.I the campuses with distoi -
one n ire sympl rampagii Right.
"Let Kne,i> 'ii Ring the cunning Idea f<
the phone with as much ease as
imi-u is ; into hotel lobbies, is another in
plan lads in i > se on some "t the e
les of the da} while carelesM) cl
< d the rxiri'i- Christinas ( are Ii
' \p EF m ver did best" I I
nd t
ration of Repub
ineh< d I '
lohi I
erting thai


i
i
I :<;' i
rl to mirch Mart n Lull
lo do bat Robert Welch cal -
know:, as civil ri| bts the repeated efforts bj
.is the (.'linen-.s of Conservatives to get still
" the round Hmm efforts and Aon
measure the determination, the Iren/y. the DOM
strength of men and women picking up where the
section of the last Presidential campaign left oft.
WHILE THE American Right i
its moni
: as .i

star Ri elected next
e un
\i;:i ".i ans are
un d into its far reaching ten-
acli s
in an excellent analysis of the Fi
iation, one of the new posl ting on the
Right, Walter Dean Burnham ol Haverford College, points
i ihat ibis new well-organized ultra ativi
chin- ichinj sensitive chords Burnham then sp
terrifying complexities of American life the
the random violence m and out :
aring tension ol combat with
i.id The he n
[restless


i


\- studei 'S return to 700
v ill find 500^000 i opies of None Dare <
read) tor then- reading Young American- (or Freedi
the same rightwing cadre that brainwashed the bead- of
the Firestone Tire and Rubber Company into abandon-
ing plans to build a synthetic rubber plant for Rumania
are busy mailing the "Treason" paperbacks This shameful
UN listening Post:
By SAUL CARSON
U.S. Tired of Supporting UNRWA
been
United Nations
THE TWENTIETH regular si
he General Assembly. I
with iiT members sitting in .1- ol
count. 1 undi aj
:
I I
Arab refugees and human rights
id familiar, doesn'l it
Lng 1- ever the sa
it even the issues that ha
1 \ er so long For, ts i~ts
are perceh d and even 1
lor instance, there Is the matter of financing
the United Nations Reliel and Works Agency lor
Palestine Refugees the \ast charity the
Arabs who have been claiming surcease from their
mise-y 1 much of which is real) since a few hun-
dred thousand of them left Israel during the 19-18
war because their Ar.d, pals had assured them (hey
lid be back in a fortnight or so when the "Jew
Zionists" had been thoroughly licked
I'NWKA's- mandate, extended by one year du-
ring the 1961 session, is due to expire again on
June 30. 1966. What then'' INWItA will ask lo: .1
five-year extension Israel doesn't care one way or
another about the length of I'MVRA's tenure
the ISA., as UNWRA's main supporter, may not
want tO give the Or BJUiaUon I blank d
live full yean The Arabs won 1 like Washii
stand. But they will like still lea* the
dua 1 1 v. Washington is cutting down
a in ou n t s of mosey it is willli
I NW1 is getting restive 1 n that
TJu i nwka budget [or :........' -
,-u.il, the ISA was giving 0 '"
no mi. But, .it the same lime, the 1
town on its I NWR V contribul
ton reduced its appi
1 NWR \ to .. "mere" 123 TOO." red
the rei ious year bj .1 cool million
year, another cutback is due. amountin
$800.lKi and 81,000.000. The Arab states are I
to howl
other matters to come up la the
I NWKA debate are sure to include 1 the 0 I
turn of rectifying UNWRA's swolle n re
which include many tin) many ration cards ^f
names of persons dead for years, as well ^.
recipients whs are out-aml-out frauds. "" vl!A
question whether Aral) refugees getting ^
aid should continue to get such rebel it the) ^
m the so-called I'alesUne Liberation Ol
an army lormed by the nolonus Ahmad Shu
lor war against Israel


1965
Jewlstthrill tr
Paqe 15-A
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\ A V jfeat-tA fal / "Si a
AW b^bbs
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Air Force Assigns Miami Dentist
"C< .-legation will again honor teen-agers to read
( hunt the Haitorah on Sukkoth in the main
la right are Benjamin, son of Mr. and Mrs.
:. who will read the Torah and chant the Ha.'to-
day of Sukkoth to mark his Bar Mitzvah;
: Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Puder, who will do the
Mitzvah day. the Shabbath of Choi Hamoed;
and Mis. Ben P. Kazer. who will be Baal
nd day of the festival and Helena, daughter
!.es Re chime, who will chant the Haf torah.
..' teacher, Louis Gadon. of the Beth David.
Reveals '57 Plan
Penalize Israel
om Page 1-A
in the Middle
nations of that
conc'ude that
aolicy toward th*
*ie last analysis,
Jewish influence
i States. In such
-ope of the Arab
be found in a
with the Soviet
e by the for-
iniial
1 nh liiin on the
were mo
He recalle I
B Johnson, men
Leader, and Wil-
d, ihen Minorit)
in "cracking
e are using a
following one
.iin! one foi
d the
I
tri ni Ij on
1 enhowe
to natc
veek.
i mi
I bluntlj in
Senate would
nol a pi
I The niii spoken Tex
an mill the Eisenhower Adminis-
ion that threats to in pos<
ant tions on Israi I were unvi ise
lir, and thai he
pit twin on one side in a two-
side ; Deploring thi at
tempted '"coercion" f Israel ;i-
.1 method of settlement," Mr
Johnson told the Eisenhower Ad
ministration it had lost sight <>f
the bash facts in the Israel-Arab
dispute
Adult Institute
At Beth Am
Dr. Martin Liebling, chairman
nf the Adult Education Committee
of Temple Beth Am, announces
thai the A lull Institute will be| in
ii~ f;iil program on Mondaj eve
num. Oel 18, in the Social Hall
ol the Temple,
.; Herbert M B
II t the 8 p.m. clas in
Thi i lass ill

Sanfoi
mducl
rarj
Is in Jewish rhou
Institute "ill run for eighl
weeks
Dr (Capt. i Stephen ||. Schwartz,
son of Mr. and Mis B Schwartz,
B65 \K 179th Ter. \ Miami
Beach, has completed the orienta-
tion course for officers of the Air
Force Medical Service ;it Gunter
AFB, Ala ami is being assigned
to the dental staff at Keesler AFB,
Miss
A graduate of Mia m i Beach
High School, Dr. Schwartz attend-
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Louise Wise Unit Plans
Meeting for UNations
Mr
free po
oiiix
Ision
hnoui
[n "Ui
|r of
Ind Ml
hue V
he Mu
hon
Mr
iti
, li
I
na k White, program
dent <>f the Miami Beach
., Chapter, Women's Di-
erican Jewish Congress,
. that a special meeting
Nation! Peacekeep-
Worid." featuring Mr.
lay Demur, will take
sday, Oct. 14. 1 p.m., in
Beach Federal North
munlty Room, 301 71st
Mrs. Dermer will nar-
, they filmed of the
- Peace Force which
Qaza Strip area be-
n I Egypt
m as !>oni m Israel,
Ina. the Israel high
training group,
iai 'i the Univer-
sity of Miami.
Dermer is exalted ruler of Mi-
ami Beach Elks, past president of
the Miami Beach Junior Chamber
of Commerce, and first vice presi-
dent of the Miami Beach lia,- As-
sociation. He is a graduate of In
I diana University and the Kordham
Law School.
A candlelight ceremony conduct-
ed by Mrs. Sadie Kaymcr will be
dedicated to the memory of
friends and family. Chairman for
the day will be Mrs. Joseph Al-
buquerejue, president, Louise Wise
Chapter
Reports win be given by Mrs.
Frances Herder, fund-raising vice
president, and Mrs Eva M. Blum.
chairman f th f^mmlssion on
Law and Social Action.

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bv ISABEL GRCVE
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- Representatives and
ers will be among the
judge and Mrs. Ed-
- mends honoring
cocktail reception late
.. ;; |t I' e M
I playhouse Ear
Judge Klein was swi rn
h Criminal Court of
h i prosecu
B >t the Criminal
-,i while an assist
attorney in the office
; E stein, Judge
>al attache to
- ative del-
I irin. the ast two ses-
the i rida Legi lature
5 executive tice presi-
Young Democratic
ie Ooui >, ;' ist pr :i
holem Ia>A^\ B'nai
I a in e in b e r of the
Law Committee of t! e
lar Married u> the
Ailina Can/, the COUple
children .
members of the Host
1 tee are Mr and Mrs.
I. Abe.-s. Mrs M e y e r
Mr and Mr- Art Bruns,
axles .1 Courshons, Rep.
Murray H. Dubbin, the
Paul Fi skes, Mr. and Mrs. Her
man (;anz. Commissioners Alex
tJordun and Harold A. Greene
ind their wives. Mayer and Mrs.
Hall. Mr and Mrs. Ron
Levitt, Mr. and Mrs. Paul H.
Marks, Rep. Kenneth M. Meyers,
Mr and Mrs. Larry Mizrach, the
Neil S< hiffs, Rep. and Mrs. Rob-
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Stone- Rep. and Mrs. Louis Wolf-
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Miami. Florida, Friday. October 8. 1965
Section B
Late vacationers. Grace and
Bern) Pallant are enjoying won-
derful weather, shopping and
sightseeing in Copenhagen while
on a tour of the northern coun-
tru s "t Eun pe
And the Friedmans, Dorothy
and Nate, of Palm bland, keep-
ing up a fast pace as they en-
c mpa-s th t his and magni!
and environ.-, with
n -nil to come on their
itinetarj
Mr an I Mrs H nrj S< hv
pla; :.-'
ecreal room of the
,i,. Towers on Saturday
The i >ne [ Shabbat in honor
i.t th ir wedding anniversary ai d
the Sukkoth Festival, and will at-
t.heir many friends and
mem! PS Ol the S.ultimate Croup
ot Hadassah

Orchids and jj i f t s for Lillian
i Mrs Sidney L. Schoen, 75 NW
120th St at the dinner given by
her associates in honor of her 40th
anniversary with the Metropoli-
tan Life Insurance Co. The
pi.pular Mrs S.hoen is assistant
office supervisor for the com-
pany's newly created Hialeah
District office.
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Expected from New York to
greet their new grandson are Mr.
and Mrs. Harry' Anisef Ger-
ald Bruce, born at Ml. Sinai Hos-
pital on Sept. 28 to Rhoda and
Bernd Bendheim. who is associ-
ated with Greater Miami Jewish
Federation.
Mrs. Oarles Rosenbera. vice president of ways and means
of Greater Miami Section. National Council of Jewish Wom-
en, signs the contract for Council's yearly and only fund-
raising event, the premier showing of "The Spy Who Came
in from the Cold," starrina Richard Burton, Claire Bloom and
Oskcd Werner, at the Sheridian Theatre on Dec. 16. Looking
on (left to right) are Mrs. James Rodenberq. chairman of
donations for Section; Mrs. Burton Goldberg, special events
chairman; and Harry Botwick, mancqer of Florida State
Theatres, site of the signing. Mrs. William I. Brenner is Sec-
tion president.
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Mrs. Harold J. Brooks, president of the Parent Hart (Left to right) are Mrs. Brooks, Mrs. Hart,
Teacher Association of Temple Fmanu-El. is Mrs. Leon A. Epstein, Mrs. Harry A. Levy,
shown with hostesses at their membership cof- Mrs. A!cn Rcthstein. Mrs. Herbert Buchwald.
fee last week at the home of Mrs. Robert F. Mrs. Alvin S. Cawn. and Mrs. Ira Hader.

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League members (left to riqht) Mrs. Norman Share,
m Rosen and Mrs. Alan Hertz, president, sort mer-
e for their weekly warehouse sale. Proceeds are ear-
tor Variety Children's Hospital. The cash-and-carry
eld every Saturday irom 9 to 4 p.m.. at the Ware-
So. Dixie Hwy., south of Bird Rd.
N itional
will
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ll:e 19 ,ir on W i
. Ocl 13
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lion pre lent innounces eat h di-
vision plans :i program welcom-
new members as the story of
incil Women on the move"
v. ill be told Skits and reports de-
rig Council's services to the
] munity, public affairs pro-
grams and fund-raising plans will
In- presented
B.iy Division, with Mrs. Robert
Childs presiding, viih meet at
Tony's Fish Market. 1900 7 Street Causeway, at noon.
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Coral Division meeting will take
place at the new YWHA, 8500 SW
sih St., for luncheon at 11:30 a.m.
Mrs Louis Schneiderman is pres-
Ident.
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Indian Creek Division will meet
.it the Algiers Hotel for brunch at
11 :i0 a.m., with Mrs. Milton Cross
presiding.

Islands Division plans to meet
at the home of Mrs. Jesse Cassel-
hoff, 55 Palm Ave at 12:30 p.m..
coffee Mr- Rob-
lent.
Lincoln Division, with Mi--
: esiding, will meet at the
s.a Gull Hotel lor luncheon at
noon
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Shores Division meeting will be
West Miami Post
Auxiliary Meeting
Thursday Evening
West Miami Ladies Auxiliary.
Jewish War Vrtwartt \ffls~to hold
its regular meeting Thursday eve-
ning.
Guest speaker was to be Dr.
James Sandberg, who specializes
in obstetrics and gynecology His
topic was to be "Menopause and
the IMII A question and answer
session was to follow.
Meeting was to be held at the
home of Mrs. Stanley Gold. 8410
SW 3fith St. Program chairman is
Mrs lien Shapiro. President of the
Auxiliary is Mrs. Joseph Acht-
man
. v. Countrj <
.. ith St al n on Mj
is president
South Dade Division
1:30 a.m., I I
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Burton Levey presiding L i
>n will follow the mi etij .
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menu foi angels who lust happened <<
be passing .hospitality hasbeenoneo)
the rich warm characterise i >! Jewish
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ever) reason expect ''"' unexpected
fuesl. So you're wise to keep an extra
far {or two) ot Chase A Sanborn Instant
I on the pantry shell When nice
nop h\ to wish you a gut yomtov,
greet them with cups oj rich darkly
aromatic t hose A. Sanborn and make
them feel instanllj at home. And if you
reall) want '< "'tike a name for your-
self serve these delicate ohstholr)
MOCHA MERINGUES
2 eg? whites
1 2 cups drmlv packed biown suga'
2 tbsos Chase & Sanborn Instant C
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1 tsp. vanilla
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Chase 4 Sanborn Insianl Coffee, sail,
gradually add i" whites, beartag well after
each addition. ( ontmuc beating until mix-
lure forms still shin) peaks. hold in nut,
and vanilla. Drop b> teaspoonfuh onto
oiled baking sheets. Bake al *--'; r. 15
minules, "r until golden. Makes about Jo.
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Dr. Shockett
To be Speaker
Dr Everetl Shockett, Mia
Seach surgeon, will speak at the
i,i k\ Men's >RT meeting to I
. eld hi Miami Bei ch ivings and
Loan Building, 755 u ashii t<
Ave
For Ihe M ndaj i ening
Dr f.hoketl w ill speak aboul h -
\ -it in the Hospital ship '"Hopi
whili as docked ofl the shon
of Guinea, Afi ica.
Dr Shocketl ei I rive w eek
attendin k and performing
urgery, and ill show slidi i I
the undertaking
N'ewlv-olected officers of the Hebrew Academy Women are
by Rabbi Alexander S. Gross, principal of the
school. Seated with Mrs. M. H. Rosenhouse, president, are
Mesdomes Julius Rosenstein, vice president; Samuel Rein-
nard. honorary life vice president; Charles Simon, vice presi-
dent; Leonard Rosen, outgoing president and chairman of
Rosenhouse; Joseph Shapiro, honorary life presi-
I Samuel Rosner. vice president and president of
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berg, trustee; Morris Dubler, telephone secretary; Al Osher-
off, financial secretary; Joseph Rackovsky, honorary life
treasurer; George Kimmel, treasurer; Jacob D. Katz, recording
secretary; Harry Kaplan, parliamentarian; Sam Shapiro, soc-
ial secretary; Carl Brandes, co-chairman, corresponding sec-
retary; S. Louis Schwartz, vice president; and Sue Herman,
chairman of corresponding secretaries.
Sky Lake Ladies Plan Member Tea
MM, VI STO
First annual membership tea of
he Sisterhood of Sky Lake Syna-
man is chairman
-hip tea.
of the member
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MjJ. Miluji.lt.-fjiiwin
Henry E. Mangels Co.
3550 N.W. 58th Street
Ph. NE 5-1391
Extends to All Greetings
at this Holiday Season
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will be held on Tuesdaj. 8
at the home of Rabbi and
Jonah K C'aplan. 1120 Mi-
Dr So Miami
Lake Synaqoque Sisterhood Membership Tea Commit-
over the program for the affair. Left to right are
via Lewis, Mrs. Aheri Engleman, Mis. Stanley Kestin
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Group in a program "t Israeli
ces They include Mr u d Mrs
Norman Lieberman and Mr. and
Mrs Ri i'h id Levi, Dr and Mrs
Ira l). Stein, Mr and Mi Ben
miii Altschuler, and Allan Cordish
Mrs Raphael Levi is program
chairman, and Mrs, Lewis Good
BklNG THE BUNCH TO LUNCH From 95c
I Robin Hood,
OPEN DAHY FOR IUNCH AND DINNER
sat 'I -o t '". t 2
Sunday fi n. to 2 a.m.
COCKTA LS From I I to 8
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Rescrvntions 371-2621
Bi*eayno Blvd. at N.E. 36th St.
:!orida Power Plans Home Show
\ closed circuit television sys-
be used by the Florida
ind Light Company to
o the annual November
in Dinner K > Audi-
fro :: \n\. 11 to 21 a close
est in home appli-
nating from a temporary
o set up out of sight <>f the
--.imis who each year throng
event, the latest in electri-
cal appliances will be televised
I" ..nous booths on the ground
floor ui tile auditorium, according
I"" a spokesman for the Florida
and Light Company. The
re video network will car
i me of 'Live Better Elec
illustrating the most ad-
vantageous use of modern appli-
ances
Florida Power and Lighl Com-
pany, which traditionally is the
t exhibitor in the November
1 Ionic Show, will also have a small
"appliance island" in their exhibit
area featuring "anything with an
electrical cord on it.''
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Social Security
Forum at Bank
Edward P. Blonston, Social Se-
curity Administration District
manager, and his representatives
will hold a question and answer
conference for the benefit of the
public at the Senior Citizen Cen-
ter on the lobby floor of the Miami
National Bank, from Monday
through Friday, during regular
banking hours. 0:30 a.m. to 2 p m,
Blonston generally conducts
Social Securit) business out of the
district office, 12895 NW 7th Ave
New Students To
Be Inducted
On Sunday evening, Oct. 10, ush-
ering m the Sukkoth Holiday. Rab-
bi Sol Landau will induct the stu-
dents of Beth David Aleph classes
A ceremonj of consecration will
lie conducted for students who
have started Hebrew studies in the
Beth David Religious School.
Each child will receive a minia-
ture Sefer Torah as a memento of
the occasion from Sisterhood
The service, starting at 5: 15 p.m..
in the main sanctuary, will be fol-
lowed by a kiddush in the Sukkah.
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Names Manager
Appointment of William B. Me
Bride as underwriting manager oi
Tobin and Tobin Insurance Agen-
cj, of Miami, has been announced
bj Leonard Tobin, chairman of the
board.
McBride, a veteran of 19 years
in the insurance business, assumes
a newly-created post in the Tobin
and Tobin firm, which recently
moved to enlarged quarters at 3915
Biscay ne Blvd.
An authority in the growing field
of multi-peril protection. McBride
comes here from the Hartford
Fire Insurance Co., of New York,
where he was underwriting super-
visor of multi-peril protection, and
had been employed for 18 years.
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Jewish Studies College to Open
Mr* Mayer Abramowitz, deleqate from Miami
Rtsmal Light Vigil for Soviet Jewry held
n Washington, marches with UN Ambassador
mes Hoosevelt. who was a principal speak-
: at the mass rally where more than 10.000
Jews adhered in Lafayette Sguare. Right of
Mrs. Abramowitz is Mrs. Ray Morse, past
president of Temple Menorah Sisterhood, pre-
sently living in Washington.
College of Jewish Studies of the
Bureau <>i Jewish Education will
open in four areas of Greater Mi-
ami, beginning Oct. 20, according
lo an announcement by Josi; I
hi n, Bun lent. The col-
ds j i ar arily be a
'. school in an ef-
fort lo solve the acute shortage of
educational personnel.
Hebrev Department of the col-
ill open on let 20 at the
i ffices of the Bureau, 940 Lincoln
at io a.m offering courses
H nets an I modern Hebrew
literature Dr Nathaniel Soroff,
Bureau consultant, is instructor,
Hebrew Department of the col-
lege trains teacher candidates to
qualify for Hebrew Teacher Li-
cense. On Fridays, beginning
Oct. 22, the College offers cour-
ses in Humash and Rashi, He-
brew Composition and Gram-
mar, Basic Jewish Law, and
Methods of Teaching in the He-
brew School, the first two cour-
ses offered in the mornir.g and
the latter two in the afternoon.
Evening courses at the college
will bo held on Thursdays. 8 p.m..
at Both Torah Congregation, 1051
NO. Miami Beach Blvd.. begin-
ning Oct. 28. and at Temple Or
Olom, 8755 SW 16th St.. on Mon-
days at 8 p.m.. beginning Nov. 1.
Courses offered include Elemen-
tary Hebrew. American-Jewish In-
stitutions. Basic Judaism, Great
Jewish Books. Great Jewish Per-
sonalities. The Prophets. Methods
of Teaching in the Sunday School.
The Second Commonwealth, and
a special (Jinan course for Hebrew
teachers for intensive study of
conversational Hebrew. The facul-
ty ol outstanding Jewish ed tea
tin and Kahl>is will soon be an-
noun, ed
A course in Methods of Teaching
in the Sunda: School will also be
i ed in the Soutihwesl area of
post confirmands of
ish S( hools to train them for
teaching positions i n Sunda}
Schools
The meth I i ourses are under
the direction of Louis Schwartz
man, executive director of the
Bureau
Opera Guild Plans
Two Productions
Opera Guild of Greater Miami
is presenting a Dade Family Opera
production of two one act comic
0 p eras in English at a Sunday
matinee. Nov. 28. at 2:30 p.m.
To be presented for one per-
formance only at Dade County
Auditorium, the operas are "The
Secret of Susanna." by Wolf Fer-
rari, and "Gianni Schicchi," by
Puccini.
Tickets may be pure-based at
the Opera Guild. 330 Biscayne
Blvd., or at the Dado County Au-
ditorium. S.T.
Social Security for Widows
By MARSHALL WISE
-net Manager, Miami Office
-.mated 1,250 Dade County
ill be directly affected bj
e i hanges made in the so-
i'v law this year
pi \ isii n allows a w id-
ishes, to si irl getl
nefits beginning
SO Up to now. a widow
62 before she could start
mthb payments, m
1 it c ire .i child of her
husband eligible t o r
nsurance benefits
i m di ides I star!
i I she will receive
nelit than if
l until she was 62, hi
pinoia Forum Lec'ure
. for Adult F

I an Mind" by
i \\ olfsoi to be
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-e she will he getting monthly
I ayments over a longer period.
As an example of how the new
provision works, lei us take the
i. sc of a widow w h o s e husband
\,l have received a retiren i i I
i nefil ol $1< I She will receive
>nth if she decides to
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ti start getting benefits when she
her monthly payments will
-;:> 8 ii she waits until she is
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; ent. she will al ij -
Eel a reduced paj i nl This will
i trui .ven it she lati r becon i -
e to n pa> ment bi
. .::.-
- quest
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it ate to write, telephone, or visit
one of the three social security of-
fices in the Miami area They are
ii ted at 280 No Miami Ave
i IS NW :th Ave a !40 Wi
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Multiple Sclerosis Dance
National
I I .ety i- being
at North Miami Beach Audi-
tor: Sot it fi
taring Chuck Zink, of utzj N< *
Yor of Florida will be
anizattona sponsoring
B'nai B'rith
Member Month
th Miami Beach Mayor Ar-
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as B'nai B
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Looking forward to a memorable day are
the honoree and leading members of the
Host Committee for the annual Beth Sholom
Israel Dinner of State to b* held Saturday
a: the Dorcl Beech Hotel. Mrs. Seymour
S:lverman center, Sisterhood president, who
e honored c- I
ner, rece.-.-es the ror -.
Mrs. James M. Albert wife of the ten
dent of the Temple: Mrs. Jonas |
who with her husband is chc::
Committee of Patron-Hosts: Mrs Lou
man. wife of the Temple preside:.-
v president of the Sisterhood
Leo Ley .'.so a former Sisterh
Silberman Will
Chair Hospital
Anniversary Fete
Saul Silberman. pre-ident of
Tn.pical Park Race Track, and a
trustee at (Velar- of Lebanon ll'i-
chairman of the p
pital's fourth annual annivers
ball and dinner dance, it was an-
i,our : ra President Har-
ry L Lea i-
The annual black tie ball la
slated tor No* 6 at the Doral
Beach Hotel, and will pay tribute
to both the new trustees and vet-
ei !:- a ho have served since the
hospital opened its door- Nov. 19.
Silberman has played a major
role in the development of the
hospital, having beer named "A
Standard Bearer of Philan-
thropy" for his "leadership and
personal generosity in the build-
ing campaign and during the
years which followed."
dfth floor Silberman '
Mr and

I in the reception area
- : Lee inon Ho "in
tion of hi- humanitarian
- ei n n
an Ann. Ball
handle l .-ins.
and 'In- program deta
Parent Teacher Associa*:on of Tei
Emanu-El held a membership coffee last week
at the home of Mrs. Robert F. Hart. Shown
charting are left to right Mrs. Harold J.
Dermer, Mrs Stephen Cogen. M
Mrs Aaron KaU, and Mj
Kauifman.
Dov Chapter Will
Meet Wednesday
At Beth El
Dov Chapter of Uisrachi Women
will meet on Wednesday, 1 p.m., in
the Sukkah of Heth El Cor
tion i; ilomon Schiff will be
guest speaker.
Officers of th.' orgasssation are
Mr- Louis Tokayer pre
Mr- Lena Feinstein vice pi'-:
dent: Mr- Martha Sachs, vice
president; Mn Max Ohick, In
Mrs Harry Pt rsonik n
ing secretary; and Mrs Max S.
corresponding
Harmony Dinner
Harmony Chapter of 15'nal B'rith
i- having a Chinese dinner party
on Thursday, Oct Man, 7 p.m., at
Moy Lees Restaurant. Collins Ave.
and th St. Mrs Jean Feldman is
chairman of the day. with Mrs
Esther Schwartz co-chairman. Mrs
Jack Cohen is president of the
Chapter.
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fope Hears Jewish Leaders
t
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yoRK .JTA) Pope
I addressing repreeenU-
all m a jor faiths at the
mih Church hero Mon-
. m pica for the
(ion ol all peoples <>i all
[n the world's quest for
Nearly 50 representatives
in the I'nited
eluding leaders of all
< i-h denominations
rvative and Re-
: the session.
Kl itznik. fi rmer
\ ; .1 sador to the
Economic and so
responded to the
II ol the American
inity.
voicing a general plea
th? pontiff told the
Hill message we in-
only for the Catholic or-
jns represented at the
liens, but we likewise
t to all of you here pres-
g various Protes-
Jewish orgariiations
with the various or-
of the United Na-
vork of peace is not
pd to one religious belief,
. work and duty of every
person regardless of his
conviction. Mer are
God is their father,
eir father wills that they
- peace with one another
.'hers should.
.ur part, we thank you for
rdial friendship which you
corded our observers and
i.....ur collaboration inso-
c can join in your studies.
ograms and your activities
this we join our prayers
success of your efforts and
I's choicest blessings on
tie endeavors
^ponding on behalf of the
n Jewish community. Mr.
k told the Pope: "On this
occasion of your visit to
ited N it ions in quest for
wre greet you on be
Jew ish organizations
. pel '' i to the work
tati and "i the
for the United Sa
iK this hour of trial
is mankind faces con-
-. j our meeting itli
tatives ol the faith ci m-
- gives new promise for
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the future. Our world yearns for
a great moral revival to forestall
the evil and to strive toward the
realization of the 1'rophet's vision
which Your Excellency expressed
so eloquently this afternoon 'Na-
tion shall not litt up sword against
nation, neither shall they learn
war anymore '
"As a people whose ideal
lorn, peace, we pledge our untiring
el'fort to help promote peace in
\ dimension political, social
and econon ii \ ice here
i
ti ti'in ol the moral and spiritual
basis incMspensible to a lasting
e wfth I i' 'i t h and |tt*tice
which material and I
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Virtually e v 1 the it
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Center I
invited to r!
Pope Pi
at -.- 'in in the
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One of the few changes in the
list was the presence of Rabbi
Emanuel Rackman, assistant to
the president of Yeshiva Univer-
sity instead of Dr. Samuel Belkir,
president of the institution.
Moses I. Feuersfein, president
of the Union of Orthodox Jewish
Congregations of America, rep-
resented his organization;
George Maislen, president of
the United Synagogue of Ameri-
ica, was the chief representative
of the Conservative movement;
,'nd Rabbi Maurice Eisendrath
and Dr. Nelson Glueck were the
principal representatives of the
Reform movement.
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Friday ;
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Soviets Pick Jewish Chief
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i Techni --. .-- j meeting
;>atch report-
ne the h office in the Soviet
52 Association Party
. Annual games part;, of the i2
<-iatior. mi is
set for Tueada> I the
. and tick- Rose
Ifn N "-. b a u m and
lira J George Schwartz
Pharmacy Week
Observed Here
The role of the pharmaceutical
n in the health of the
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through Oct :.
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FOR SIXTH TERM
Mcrtin Fine
Again to Head
Housing Authority
Martin Fine, a Miami attorney
and civic leader, was reelected
last Kth term a~ chair-
man of the Miami Housing Au-
thority
Henry ArnngtOO, also a local
attorney, was named to a fifth
term as the group's vice preadent
The two were --n by fellow
member at a regular meeting of
he h plans for
ced.
Among the group's plant is the
expansion of its re'ocafion pro-
gram, aimed at finding adequate
housing for families displaced
by the construction of new ex-
pressways end by urban re-
newal.
nstruction of 9 pub-
the au-
ity I n the n
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E an
bj i
.....
Meeting at the ORT office on Lincoln Rd.. son. Mrj. Eli Kahn. Mrs. Sol Siegel, Mrs. David
sccial assistance chairman <->f Southeastern Schwar..berger. Standing (left to right) are
Florida Region of Women's American ORT Mrs. Jack Kramer. Mrs. David Kanenson. Mrs.
discuss future plans for a new project, "Adopt Jack Levy, Mrs. Mark Serlin, Mrs. Ewald Zif-
a Country." Front row Cleft to right) are Mrs. fer, Mrs. Ethel Lichtman, Mrs. Harold Jacobson.
Arline Tobin, Mrs. Sol Kepke, Mrs. Ed Levin-
N'?w 120 roc-m hotel und<*r construction at
Miomi Springs Vilias will have seven floors,
a Top of the Villas dining area and a shop-
ping area on the ground floor. The Villcs' Art
fi;uns expects the new luxury hotel, an addi-
tion to the present Villas layout, to be ready
about Jan. 15. It is being built by Momar Con-
struction, with Irani and Ramos as architects
and engineers, and Homer Shrewsbury do-
ing the interiors.

***
\v
AD0K\L
LION nsmu
Miami Executive
On National Body
Leon D Fisher has been ap-
pointed to the Advisory Commit-
tee '<{ uV Famil> Service Associa-
Unerica
nent of Fisher's ap-
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The Advisory Committee o'
t*ie national organization in-
cludes some 25 persons appc Hi
ed Mutually to act in an ad'is-
ory capacity to the board ard to
work wiVS the Department o"
Services for the Aging in ex-
tending and strengthening serv-
ices to older persons and their
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'*': m
Benjie Aerenseit
teurence Wechsler
^a/- Laurence Wechsler
auren..- B. Wechsler will be Bar
vh at Temple Judea of Coral
^bies '"i Saturday morning, Oc-
{ ii,. is the son of Mr. and
pill] Wechsler. 6523 SW 47th
l^urenei a an eighth grade stu-
Vnt at iMTonrne Junior High
bh-H.I and a member of Boy
out Tm<.p 388.
ilr and Mrs Wechsler will host
Kiddush in their son's honor.

Daniel Schulman
Hiiel A Schulman. son of Mr.
Mrs Irving Schulman. 8900
\ Dr., .ul become Bar Mitzvah
'Satu lay, Oct. 9. at Temple
manu-Kl
Daniel is in the eighth grade at
autilus Junior High. He is inter-
Bsketnall and stamp*
an 1 plays the drums,
llio celebrant will l>v hunorwi
in Snkin Hall follow-
i i\ ice
: ietta Lorber, of Miami
iel's Bji andmother, and
xandmother, Mrs Harry
Panoher, of New York, will attend
the event.
.
Marc Ellis
Mare, son ol Mr. and Mrs. Herb
ert Ellis. 665 NK 173rd Ter.. No.
Miami Beach, will become Bar
Mitzvah on Satunlay. Oct. 9. at
Beth Torah Congregation.
Marc is an eighth grade honor
student at John F Kennedy Jun-
ior High School, and is a member
of the Symphonic Band.
The Bar Mitzvah reception and
luncheon will be held at the Eden
Roc Hotel at l p.m.

Michael Uplift
Bar Mitzvah of Michael Steven
Lipsitt will be observed during Sat-
urday services. Oct. 9. at Beth
Torah Congregation.
Mr. and Mrs William H. Lippsit.
701 ME I6iith St.. will host the
Kiddu-h following the ceremony in
their son's honor
Michael Is In the eijdith grade at
John F K c n n e plays the guitar and is interested
in sports
Dr. and Mrs Harry Weiser, the
celebrant's grandparents, will at-
lured with their three children are Mr. and Mrs. Albert
n, ol West Oranqe. N.J., winners oi a Thanksgiving Day
e aboard Zim Lines' SS Shalom. The Cohens won the
Shalom Sweepstakes sponsored by Yuban Coliee. Handing
he Cohens their cruise tickets is Henry Sandman, general
nanager of Zim Lines Cruises Department.
Daniel Schulman
tend the dinner and reception to
be held in his honor at Waldman's
Hotel on Saturday evening.

Steven Messing
Steven Gerard Messing, son of
Mr. and Mrs. Max Messing. 40 Ve-
raguj, ,C,oraI Cables, will become
Bar Mitzvah at services Saturday
morning, Oct. 9. at Beth David
Congregation.
Steven attends eighth grade in
Kinloch Park Junior High and
has been a student in Beth David
Religious School for the past nine
years. He plays cornet in the school
band and participates in football
and baseball.
Mrs. Rebecca Freedman. of
Long Island, N.Y., the celebrant's
grandmother, will be here for the
ceremony and the reception to be
held at the Beau Rivage.

Benjie Aerenson
Benjie. son of Mr. and Mrs. Lee '
Aerenson. 13840 SW 74th Ct.. will be
; Bar Mitzvah durinfi first day Suk-
koth services at Beth David Congre-
gation on Monday, 0.*t. ii.
The celebrant is in the eighth
grade at Palmetto Junior High and
plays tennis.
His grandparents, Mrs Philip Jur-
kowitz, and Mrs Ida Aerenson. of
Pennsylvania, will be al the ser-
vice and reception in Spector Hall
al Beth David,
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Garry Lefton
On Saturday, Oct '>. Carry, son
of Mr and Mrs Victor L< [ton. B75
\l I78th Ter. No Miami Beach,
will be Bar Mitzvah at Young Israel
ol Greater Miami
i, irrj is an honor roll student at
John F. K e n n e d y Junior High
Sen*
His hobbies are stamp-collecting,
sports, and slol cars.
The celebrant will l>o honored at
a receptfc n given by his parents.
Out-of-town guests will include his
grandparents Mr. and Mrs. Moe
I-cfton. Long Island. NY., and
Mrs Pauline Woods. Queens. L.I.
Stephen Gurza
On Saturda) morning, Oct, 9.
Stephen Craig. son of Mr. and Mrs.
Max Gurza, formerly of Toronto,
now of 208 wth St will be Bar
Mitzvah at Temple Ner Tumid.
Stephen is a student of Nautilus
Junior High and Temple Ner Tam-
id Religious School He is a Mil*
big enthusiast.
A reception will follow the ser-
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Norman Bruce Brown Post and Ladies' Aux-
iliary, Jewish War Veterans of the United
States, holds a joint testimonial, honoring Mrs.
Nat Brown, of Miami Beach (second from left
l front row) and Edwin L. Feibelman. of Miami
(front row left). Others shown include Mrs. Ed-
ward Levine. of Miami, past president, de-
partment of Florida Ladies' Auxiliary (fiont
s fi
row second from right), and Mrs. Irving Coop-
erman, of Miami Beach, president, department
of Florida. Back row (left to right) are Ralph
Rosofsky, of Miami, commander of Post 174;
Jack Berman. of Hollywood, commander. De-
partment of Florida; and Daniel Neal Heller,
of Miami pest national comnicnder.
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for weddings, club luncheons, banquets, bar
mitzvahs, card parties, confirmations, receptions,
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1500...superb cuisine...fine wines, experienced,
personalized attention. Call Joseph Meyers,
Catering Manager, 379-8861.
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WASHINGTON WNS An-
:.apter in Jew.
America was written last
when Jewish member* of the
Houk of Representative? conduct
e>l Rosh Haahona services in the
non-denominational chapel of the
House for the first time in its his
tory
The idea of such services
merged after a conference be-
tween President Johnson and
House Speaker John W. McCor-
mick, who were anxious to keep
House members in Washington
during consideration of a home
ruie bilJ for Washington After the
conference. Rep. McCorr
sounded out a numb*:
men era of Um House on U
and when they reacted favorably,
the matter was placed for imple-
:ation in the hands of Hep.
Herbert Tenzer. of New York, an
Orthodox Jew. The rest of the
House members, though many of
them are not Orthodox, readily
consented to such a service.
A highlight of the services
was participation by House
Speaker McCormick, who cam*
wearing a tallith and yarmulke
as ha listened to the blowing of
the shofar. r?p. Tenzer con-
ducted the services, and related
portions of the service to the
pending bill, which faces ap-
proval for the first time in Con-
gress. In that connection, he
read a passage from Jeremiah
admonishing men to "seek the
welfare of the city whither I
caused you to migrate, and pray
to the Lord for it."
Although the services were ar-
ranged for House members, they
were attended by a member of
the US. Senate. Sen Abraham
Ribicoff. of Connecticut, who aid
he had come to Washington be
cause of the historic moment
Pa>mg respect to the occasion
were a number of Don-Jewisb
members of the House.
Pharmacy Grad
Tours Europe
Allan B Carmel ha.- just re-
ed from an extended trip to
>pe.
Son of Mr and Mr- William
mel. 826 B2i I Si
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ity of Mi-
>.;uated from
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cal firms
Great Britain during his
Emanu-EI USY
First Gathering
'-f officers will be
i pel .:.. Y
SY i< i break! at Ten
II on Sunda) morning.
Ir Ir\.r_ Lahrman, spiritual
ler of ti Temple, will ii -
' he coming year.
Those to be inducted are Presi-
M ark Bvnira. \ i< !.
Marlene
Kroveti Wendy Unger seewtar-
Nan s< huch, Maria .Ia> :
. ." Davids Lack; Pai
Levy.
I i land
. -hip
in
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Ibis program," Dr. Lehman
a as inaugurated 20 : i
i to bring the young people of
the Temple together in a spirit
->f cultural anil spiritual fellow-
and has mown phenominally
through the >
Youth activities program of the
Temple is open to young people in
the community from the seventh
through 12th grades, and is di-
rected by the Youth Commission
oi the Temple headed by Mrs. Mur-
r> Ifaisel, Miss Elaine Rubin is
director of the USY groups.
LEGAL NOTICE
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IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
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Beth Am Men
To Meet Sunday
Ben Clein, president oi the
hood of Temple Beth Am,
that the organisation's
i :li tx- hi-!,: i n
Sundaj morning, 10 a.m.. in the
le Youth Loui
Mao -am chair-
aid that Mit

d for Retardi I Ch
will be guesl -; afcer.
Adult Evening
School Set For
No. Miami Beach
Enrollment is still open in the
electronics courses being offered
in the North Miami High School
Evening Adult School.
Among the best-equipped in Dade
County, courses have instructors
who are state certified and hold
practical electronics positions.
The school is operated by the
county school system and charges
a nominal monthly fee.
Hyman Zaidman
Passes at Age 72
Hyman Zaidman, 72, of 844
rson Ave Miami Beach, died
here Saturday, Sept. 25.
Mr Zaidman was a resident of
the area tor 25 years, coming irom
Brooklyn, NY.
A longtime butcher and in the
catering business, he was vice
president of Beth Tfilah Con-
gregation in the capacity of pres-
ident.
Mr. Zaidman was also a 50-year
member of the Mistislaver Vicin-
ity Benevolent Society and active-
ly involved in the united Kosher
Butchers Organization here.
He is survived by his wife, Gus-
sie. Services were Sunday. Sept. 26.
at Riverside Chapel. Alton Rd ,
with burial in Mt. Sinai Cemetery.
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Bass Museum
Slates Exhibition
The Bass Museum of Art i open-
a month-long group show from
e Ar',--- Equity Asaoi iation.
Amon? artasts exhibiting works
in a variety Of media arc Freda
Baiim and Rayna Youngerman.
Museum noun are Tui
through Saturday, 10 to 12 p.m..
I 1 to 5 p.m.; Sundays, l to 5
i in.
Middle age woman wanted to
Live In As Companion
for same. Heip with house-
keeping. Kosher kitchen. Call
mornings 8:30 to 1 1 947-2146
Mrs. Clara Kirschenbaum,
Pioneer Miamian, Passes
Mrs Clara Kirschenbaum. a res-
ident of Miami since 1925. passed
v in Orlando, Fla on Sept 1'4
following an extended illi.
Fn addition to her husband. Abe,
-he is survived l>> her daughter,
Mrs Betty Kornick; twi
lira Beva Silverman, of PI Lau-
derdale, and Mrs Pauline K
Of Los An
brothers, Oscar Argintar, .Mi-
ami, and Cy Argintar, West I
i h.
Mrs. Kirschenbaum also leaves
e grandchildren. She ivai
iber of Beth David Congn
lion.
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11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
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DAyEHU
BY HENRY LEONARD
L SUKKAH EXPOSITION
"And first prize in
Show goes to the
this year's National Sukkah
Sukkah entered by the Flat-
bush City Bank with architecture by Sullivan,
interior by Van der Velde, and fruits by
D'Amato." _______
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCU T COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY, IN CHANCERY
No 65C 10516
ISAIU! \i: \ KAY Ul'NtlERKoRD,
I'uintirr,
IV.VIKS AI.I.KN I) I V. ; I :i;l -. |RD,
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SUIT FOR DIVORCE
TO: .IAMKS ALLEN HL'NGERFORD
:;:'! Yaget Road
Akron, Ol
Y..U. james ALLEN hunoer-
PoRI>, are hereby notified that a BUI
.. Complaint for IMvorce dan been
filed :i trri i ii -1 you, and you are re-
to nerve Q copy "i* your An-
HWer or Pleading i" the Bill of Com-
plaint on Hi'- Plaintiff* Hi
VXi lELt A A I.I. i"" Alnsley Build-
M laml, Klorld i and file the Ik -
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of the Clerk of the Circuit Court on
hi bef..... the 3rd duj of November,
ii li > oil fall to do no, judgnu i I
d< fn in ill be taken again I
fur tin i. Hef demanded In th. BUI
impla Int.
This hall I" publish* d .-i
. iirh Week fu scutlve wicks
Hi: JEW IMI FL< IRIDIAN
11 i.N i: AND ORI >ERI :i at M ami,
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accurate service at legal
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LEGAL NOTICE
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL C'RCUIT 0-
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY IN CHANCERY
No. 65C9659
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Dated Miami, FVl Ida, ilu- Slat
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IIKNKY NORTON
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Firl publication of thii notice on
the .Miii dm ol September, 19t6,
HKNRY NORTON
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the andernlKned, deeh-in* to encase In
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I'M 1IKMA.- PER AND
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LEGAL NOTICE
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCL'i T.
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORDA IN CHANCERY
No. 65C 10292
LEW is SAN I'll.1.1.
Plaintiff,
SHIRLEY H S WTII.I.I.
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NOTICE OF PUBLICATION
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PONE AND i iKI'l'.Kin .ii Miami,
Cl.'iiiln. tMa 23 daj ;
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FOR TAX DEED
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undersigned, deslrlnt t" engas*1 In
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VRTBA'8 FI.OWHH BHOP at BIS-
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lorlda mteniis -.. register laid name
ih tke Clerk of (ha circuit Court
r' I'ado Count, Florida.
MAKTHA Mns.-ONI
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jLttorncy fur Applicant
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IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY IN CHANCERY
No. 65C10024
IfiOBKRT WILLIAM CRl >\\ LE>
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Ni 'I'll i: l> HEREBY Ml\ i:.N Hi i
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WALTERS UlMtRE It I'uSTANZ"
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Clerk
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NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY OII'BN that
I*, unferalgn. I ealrlng to engage i'i
.in under thi flct Itlous name ol
''.' i: \ i-: i-i (Street. Ml-
ml, Qade Cognty, FlorMa Intend '"
i aald i u iih Die Clerk ol
l1 i'ii'. mi i ,, ,,i i iiui. County,
rid a.
BENJAMIN IT 11.IM:
Ml iRT" >N i.i:\'Y
[ANIBL NKAI. HELLER
ttorney for Benjamin littler
Mot b i Lev)
\ in. ii i' tig
1 i.i ml, Florida
9/17-21, 10. 1-8
Rd., Miami Beoch
lioatlon Of thla notice on
,7.i, day of s-<......fc}**wv,
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 681W-B
in RE: Eetate "f
Mi iP.P.IS uKCillN
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To AH Creditor* and All Persons Hay-
ing Claim* or Pcnimi.ls AK:iin.-t Bald
Estate: .
V,.,i ur.. hereby notified and re-
.|inr.'.l t" present an claims unit de-
iiiis which m>u nay have against
,l eetate of MORSJS ORCHIN de-
ceased late of I'-i'l" County, Florida,
t,, the <-"imi^ Judges of Dede loun-
l^ mi.I fibs Hi.- s.nii" i'.....i.i.. .'!- and
.,- urovlded In Section MJ 16. Klortda
siiiiut'-. In their oMces in the I <"-
iv Court bouse In I'ml" County, Flor-
in wiiiiln six ah nd.. monthi from
Hie time of the flret publication here-
of ,,, (he same ill lie barred
hated in Miami, Florida, thlt
daj oi S.-I'l'-nil--!-. A |i I9.i
KREIi \ l VN I DORK
As Bhteoutrix
i.-j, st publli atlon "f Mii. notl
(he 17th da) of September, 1MB.
HAROLD J i'1 IHEN
Attorney for Executrix
17.1 coral Way, Miami. ".8| '' (l ,
if
default
I..r III.
plaint.
DON
ben ni
tlil-
i.,il i.. do ..... judxemenl by
ill !. taki ii against you
i, lb i demanded i" the Com-
AND ORDERED In Cham-
Miami, Dade County, Florida,
Kid da) "i Heptember, 1965,
E, B. LEATHERMAN, Clerk
Circuit Court, Dade County, Florida
(seal) MAROl'BRITE KENT
Deputy Clerk
: 24, 10 1-8-15
lr.th
on
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY IN CHANCERY
No. 65C 9922
PAUL OTETK8,
Plaintiff.
[RMA aZlLAOYI c.YETKS,
Defendant
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
TO: lrma BaUagyl Oyets
c'o George Baeleea
i iwen Sti bi i
Kbickaburg, Virginia
y.u ARE HKKi'iA HOTIFlEDthat
a suit for divorce has been Hied
against you A copy of your plead
Inge inual be served "" MAM'OLM II
FRIEDMAN, Bauulre, 223 S.K. Klrel
Street, Miami. Florida, and ii.....rig-
in:.I riled 'm this ..fli. on or hi fon
the 1Mb du) "i i.-tol"'. li"' .. othet -
1V,.,. a Decree Pro Confeaso "III be
entered against ou.
i \ i i:i ilu.- i..iii day of September,
i: i. LEATHERMAN, Clerk,
i'ii. ni Court I lade Count) Florida
(seal) B) N. A. HBWETT
Deputy Clerk
1/17-24, l" l-l
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
Nl (Til"!' IS HEREBY GIVEN tl it
the mi,I. i>i.:
l.u.-in'-.-- under the fli I li mi> num.' of
WEST KENDALL PARK at Dadi
C..... i' Kl Intend
liu nitl th< Clerk ol 11" I
'.-ni i ..i I laib i 'oiini >. Klorkla.
EVAN ULSTER
Is IV. F li -
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IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDIC AL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTV IN CHANCERY
No. 6SC "620
Tin: w ii.i.i v.MsBCUiill
SAVINGS HANK,

CLENNl IN '. '. VWSi >N. i
i.. fendanl -
Ti "lenn >n tl I ibwi and C ;
I...-..... ins m ii". Reaidi ui e
I'nknown and If their
unknown spouses, II living, and ii
dead, their unknown heirs, devisees,
legatees, grantees, assignees, Hanoi's,
trustees, uredltore "i other elalmaats,
claiming by, through, under or against
any of the above named defendants
Ah., .uv deeeaeed and
Arlyn I. Moor, and Treva lean
Carder, 8006 Matthews Avenue.
Redondo Beach, California.
You are hereby n,.tlfi.-.l that the
above eaptloned action has been in-
stituted against you In the Circuit
Curt of the Eleventh Judicial Cir-
cuit of Florida In and for Dads Coun-
ty to foreclose a mortgage upon the
lullowing deoeribed real property:
Lot 4 Block :' VAI.M ESTATES ac-
i or ding i" th.- I'lat thereof, re-
corded in l'lat Book 58 at Cage 4
of the Public Records of Dadt
County. Florhut. together with Prlg-
klaire Refrigerator Model BS S,
S. .i N'. ".A 74707, Welbllt Mas
Range Model 63860, Serial No. r.:',-
i ;s imi Venetian Blinds,
You are required to fil,- a respon
~j\. pleading '" plaintiff's complolnt
with tin Clerk .-f the aforesaid Court,
mil serve q ,"ii thereof upon plaln-
ii, i MARTIN FINE, I lade
Bui ding, Miami. Floi Ida U1S1
ii..i l.,i..i ii in i'. 'I.. i 20, t'.'ii.'.. or n
Pr., Confesso will be entered
.,_ .in-1 you
DAT El' Septembei 1". I II
K B i.i: tTHERM \n. mi, rk,
'' i, ,i; i Court Dade County, Florida
(seal) 1^ C r COPBLAND
Deput) Clerk
M \i: riN FINE
Dade I deral Building
Miami. Pk.ri.la SSltl 9 17-24, 10/1-8
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yor aim: reqi'ired to
...|.i ol el iithel
mi; \i- i ii. M M
. M,M II TIM El 'MAN :_ lg,K F '
Street, Miami Id
origin 'I i'i the office ..I Mi. i". Ik "i
the al-ow i "in t. on or befm tha
I'i'ili dav ..f i ictobi i. !"''
ol n I.i' h Mi. complaint a 11 lie taken
... onfi used i for the i
li.-: i-..111 still :. i
.hi.I
IIATEI' this 'Tih da) :' -
1965.
Clerk of the i
I.. inn Floi i I..
...,.,ii L: '' P COPELAND
l it) clerk
[i :i
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORiDA IN PROBATE
No 67762- B
IN RE i:
II VM VN ROSENBLATT
|)., .
Nl n.T Tl CKITDI HIS
To Vli Credit.ii ml A Pel ll.iv-
list i'-
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li.V RUSENP.I.A T
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First of this n
la) ol Sept. mi', i.
lEi UttJK .1 r.\l.lA.N. HI'
Vttol it* i-i Exeont .^
120 I .m oln Rd m laml Beach, i'i I
: 24, 1" l-S
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY all EN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name ol
KENDALL WEST at Dade County,
Fla. Intends t" register said name
wiib the Clerk of in, atrault Court
of Dade County, Florida.
EV \N OLSTER, Trustee
iCf- vv Flagler Btreel
: 24, l" I-J-15
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE 1."- HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring t" engage in
business under the fictitious name of
mi 'Mi- PHOTOTYPE I'n.vr.vNV, at
i 1161 Ba) Drive, Miami Beach, Via. in-
t.-mls to reaiateT -uid name with the
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
i'..urn \. Florida
MAKCELLA > COHEN, Sole i'iier
vi w:\ FABER
14111 Alnsle) Bldg.
Miami, Fla
: 14-10 l-ft-ln
L714;U:ili'lii:iU
624-8551
EAGLE FINANCE CORP.
18348 N.W. 7 Ave.
Loom S2S to J600


Pace 16-B
MCCJ National Vice President Due Here
Wednesday tor Florida Regional Meet
Dr Jinti M Ea?i- I New ?.:* :-.' *x VCCJ on Wedoes.:*:-
Y>rt. naoonai k pf'-miet of i^>
the Nauooa: Conference of Cans- Sibed-iled far p r.. Uv
bMi and Jewv *_. b* Ha prt .asbus Hotel -.he 3k**tc m the
c.paJ speaker a: -.a* jrj Rw, i! be foi-
meeting 'A the Ferula Be- ><< -- -*ert and enffee
Bhmi of the xeetaa; will m-
cfade MM election of officers and
:_-^.vr. .-: anaaal ntfMrti >J Ifaj
NCCJ regtoaal treasurer aad re-
aoaa! director
Or. Eagan alto will >neet with
ImiI Iw^iri to men P rational wrk*hs> en "Rearing
Children a* Gwod Will' te be
hetd Oct. 24 to 2 at the Sea
Cw strtute already have Been received
from more than a dozen states in
addition to cotnmuni'jes through-
out Honda
Friday
united the -
UviUes dunn. .alj*i
A new direc-.or wu k,
ter this ootr. jCJl **>
Special tribute win" be paid at
aii j'T'r meeting to the Late C- Clyde Atk
Max J Karl. NTCJ director here ------- -------
far the nine years preceding his .
death Aug 30 while vacationing in ilWOI KthgiOui Sche*J
Minnesota
Associate director Gerald
Schwartz and Mrs. Juditto Ctaer-
noff office manager. have coor-
Temple Sim ,,_
h still aceepi <,. *
Religious Sdk .-~1"<
ava-bbte at JJW
GROW YOUR OWN MONEY TREE
Save with us and
watch it flourish
FROM THE DAY OF
DEPOSIT TO THE
DAY OF WITHDRAWAL
INTEREST
Branch out' Buy a boat. Take a trip. Redecorate your home.
There are all sorts of ways to harvest happiness trom a money
tree of savings.
For a big tree, establish the roots with systematic saving. Even
small deposits-- made regularly keep the greenery growing.
II help keep it nourished with 430 daily interest, provided
your account is open at the end of the interest period.
Don't be out on a limb about your financial future. Plant the
seed of your money tree savings account with us today.
Then watch it blossom'
UNITED
NATIONAL
BANK
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TH MOOIIN MM WITH A TftAOlTlON
Of S ft VICE Ou *-un yia
* SOUTH BISC. BOWEVaW MIIMI FLORID* AlTM 8010 II IIRCOU MILL MIAMI BEACH FljMiOI
TelepDone 3771731 Irleeiee* 531 7311
MEMBER F.D I.C.

DEC. 1 DEC. 11 FEB '
Here's a saver *ho has $4,438
account on December 1st He *:
tional $1,500 on December 11th and *
Jra*s $3,100 on February 10th
With our ticlusive
"Full Interest" he earns $51.
Usaag a
prevalent method
he would earn only $28.38
'or the full quarter
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