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eJewish Floridian 5^e~ 38 Number 42 Combining THE JfWIJH UNITY and THE JtWISH WEEKLY Miami. Florida. Friday. October 15 1965 Two Sections — Price 20tf NATIONAL TACUARA LEADER .4/i/iSemite is Arrested % %  < KNOS AIRES — (JTA) — Patricio Err-caldc Puoriodon. a rj of the National Revolutionary Tacuara mo\ement publicity identified last .lime as a paramilitary anti up. was arrested this week on charges of subversion leader of the right-wing movement also said in June | armi and training and was in close sympathy with state* against Zionism. He also said "we have no prohJews as long as they are not Zionist." racuara has a notorious record going back to the early 'fill's, as first singled out as responsible for the anti-Jewish icts In Argentina in a report received by the State He I tiom the United States Embassy in Buenos Aaires In 1962. based on this report. Teodoro MOSCOSO, then IS ator for the Alliance for Progress, told the I'.S. Embassy thai strong measures would be taken to curb anti Semitrorism.") atican Explains Change ording on Jews to Read rlTH GLOBKE iEichmann 's uMivyer Acts \s Witness i \N t J TAi Dr Hans te Secretary to former r Konrad Adenauer, and • t Servatius, counsel for : Ei< hmann in his Jerusalem re the principal witnesses week in the trial here of Mai former key German ocf I ii official in Greece. ten is on trial on charges of false accusations in de|M l.luly five years ago that obke, as a major official in U Justice Ministry, opposed ten proposal to save i large of Jews from deportation Salonika to Nazi death ps According to Merten, Eichnann agreed to the proposal and 'hen telephoned Dr. Globke, who allegedly opposed it. Merten repeated the charges in full when [ v appeared at the trial last week. Dr. Globke charged that 'he Merten story was false and demanded an investigation which led to Merter's indictment and trial. Globke said in his testimony '•• week that the entire story was i "absolute falsehood," that he Continued on Pace 8-A HOME — I JTA) — A member ot the Secretariat for Christian Unity, the Vatican body responsible for the text on the declaration on Jews, offered this week tvo reasons for the decision by the Secretarial to substitute 'he der word "depJores" for the word "condemns" with reference to anti-Semitism contained in the original draft lyini to a question at the mer'can Bishops Press Panel of the Ecumenical Council. Fr. Long. member of the Secretariats on Christian Unity, said that, in SCOT lance with the "Moll" set forth by the Council Fathers, the word 'condemn' is not used in Council decrees or declarations. He recalled that, at the beginning oi the Ecumenical Council, the late Pope John XNIH nan said that there should i>e no "condemnations" and "HO anathemas" The other reason for the substitution, Fr. Long said, was the fact that the Church used the stronger word only in condemning "formal heresy." It was recalled by competent observers, however, that the Holy Office had used the word "condemn" in a public document issued on March 25, 1928 declaring that the Holy See "condemns hatred agairit the people once elected by God." Possibilities were seen that the Council may still restore the word "deicide" in the final version of the declaration, and may also strengthen the proposed statement reiecting anti-Semitism by ex pressK using the term "condemn" rather than the milder word "dopit re These possibilities were enviA? %  / GOIDA MM major F e/iey Address in Draft 'Deplore' saged as the rules to be in effect u'ien the "Jewish document" comes up for open debate, some time next week, were revealed in retail by the Secretariat for Christian Unity. Four "voting questions" will be submitted in connection with Part Emir of the overall Declaration, dealing with the Jewish religion. Some of these will concern onus-ion-, some will propose shifting of sentences in any event, it will bo technically pOBStl le lor ''i:' prelates to 11 -tore the word "deicide" if they 'lc< m that word important enough. Note Arabs' War Moves, Golda Asks UNITED NATION'S — (JTA) Isr-rls Foreign Mim-'ter. Mrs. Golda Mcir. urged the United Nations this week to give increasing attention to armament preparation and threats of war such as those being carried out by the Arab states against Israel which, if allowed to continue, can "erode the foundations" of the United Nations itself. In her major policy address at the UN General Assembly, Mrs. Weir said that acquiescence by •he United Nations in the face of such belligerent threats as those voiced by the Arab states against Israel "is not only unjustified toward the state threatened by aggression; it erodes the foundation of the organization itself and impairs its moral authority in other i ases." The disruptive effects of such warlike threats, the Israeli Foreign Minister declared, "do not await actual hostilities. Lorg before that the would-be attacker stocks arms to carry out his deContinued on Page 10-A COMAY REPORTS British KKK Members Given Prison Terms LONDON — i JTA i — Six men and two women members of the British Ku Klux Klan were found guilty this week of charges grow ing out of a meeting at which they were reportedly told that the goal of the group was to "rid Britain of Jewish control." Seven were found guilty of wearing a uniform at a public meeting signifying association with a political organization, in violation of the 103i Public Order Act. All eight were found guilty of aiding and abetting two of the other defendants. Patrick Webb 36, and William Duncan 45, each were sentenced to three months imprisonment for wearing uniforms. Robert Folf 42, received a three months iail term for aiding and abetting. Others received fines of E£ 20 ($56) to E£ 25 ($70). All eight had pleaded innocent. During the trial, the prosecutor also told the court about a list of Jewish leaders, including Labor leader and Minister Mrs. Barbara Castle and the Jewish wife of Labor leader George Brown, of whom the movement planned to get rid. The prosecutor said that the eight defendants met on June 1!' at Rugby near London, all wearing long white robes with a black cross over the heart, and cloth head covers with slits for the eyes and mouth. The meeting was a continuation of an earlier gathering which came to an abrupt end when the landlord of the house noticed the nature of the gathering and threw the Kluxers out. Jordan Told Of Threat To Terrorists UNITED NATIONS — (JTA) — Ambassador Michael S. Comay. Israel's permanent representative, demanded this week immediate United Nations action in regard to the Jordanian Government's intolerance of increasing raniinto Israel territory by gangs of Eli Fatah Arab terrorists Comay mel with Dr. Ralph •' Bunche, I N Unit rseeretarj for Special Political tffairs, and related to the high UN official Israel's view oi ut, mi -t gravity regarding the continuing El Eatah raids He stressed three points in particular i That the sabotage raids re going on despite Israel's comnts against Jordan. 2. that Israel holds Jordan wholly responsible" for those terroristic actions; and 3. the fact that the El Fatah manifestations have been escalat.i g instead of diminishing The Jordarian Government takes seriously Israel's warnings against continuation of El Fatah terrorist raids from Jordanian territory into Israel, Col. WilOBSERVANCE CLOSES HOLIDAY SEASON THIS WEEKEND Simchas Torah: Time for Rejoicing By DR. H. RABINOWICZ In the panorama of Jewish 'ast days, Simchas Torah is a :omparati\e!y new landmark. It is post Talmndic in origin, a creation of '.he diaspora where •he annual cycle of Torah read ng was current. At first it was ku wn variously as the "Second Day of Shemini Atzeret." 'Day of the Book." The Day of the Slyyum Eventually all these names were superseded by simchas Torah This is particularly apt. as it well reflects the character that day was developing In the tenth century. Ilaib. Shenra (93910.18) the last of the Babylonian Geonim. forbade the burning of aromatic sptces in front of the Scrolls-of the Law but permitted "dancing and singing in honor of the Torah'' because "it is an oldestablished custom." Song and dance play a prominent part in Judaism, for Jews harnessed the power of music to the service of God. Thfre are many musicians in the Bible and a whole orchestra of musical instruments. King Saul was advised to "seek out a man who is a cunning player on an harp: and it shall come to pass, when the evil spirit from God is upon thee, he shall play with his hand, and thou shalt be well." National events were celebrated in songs of triumph, such as the Song of Moses and the Song of Deborah In the Temple, the priests and I-evites chanted their prayers. In Continued on Page 5-A Continued on Pace 15-A Eshkol Slips, Histadrut s Poll Shows TEL AVIV i JTA i — Einal results of the Sept. 20 elections to the Histadrut, Israels Labor Federation, were published this week They confirmed initial reports of a sharp drop for Prime Minister Levi Eshkol's Mapai-Achdut Avo. |, alignment slate The Histadrut Central Election Committee also reported that 77.6 percent of eligible voters cast ballots. The elections were the first since extensive reshuffling of Isi.itl's political parties in recent months, which included the emergence ot a dissident Israel Workers list iRafi' formed by Former Premier David Ben-C.urion in a Challenge to Premier Eshkol's leadership of Mapai. and the formation of a joint Liberal-Herut list iCanal) which brought the ightwing llcrut party into the Histadrut elections for the first Continued on P*g€ 3-A



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• IfmlstnrrHHr Final Days of Sukkoi to be Observed %  %  r %  BajraaaBBaa, -i : i wJl L-^edanag %  -' an.: CANOlfllGHTWG TIMf Turkish Police Tell Jews. Greeks to Leave Countrv %  NB'/L JTA — 7 24 %  -.--: •_'._• ** £ .: -:-j i rashej ..v %  i few ream %  *i.§ i Earhe* %  raOi, t.ie M bad beer, ordered ~ "Cm *^*k -:**".-." ." %  : sad tea peeamr .' i >r-h: %  ma o> boat. The %  •• S TYn WEEKLY H> %  -• e r nroent robac specified that the 34 ne*er return xt> T h lha j The Utanbvl press reported previovsry trvat r> reason for MM —paaa aa was activities demmtolil te national interest*. The, expi*ton brouaW to about 1.400 tha nuwbt o* Croak nationals, -r.awy at motn Jews Owstod from Turkey or who hi>t I*T .c .--i-iiir it a result o* the T^rhislvOreek conflict in Cprws :• %  %  • to contribute to the M erf tax \> it i %  wets. Tti* Caw i were charged with a.le.edl;. smu. ( niooe> out of Turx-y Greek Jewi exempt :'.the G o vara r.k ill wr.. n --•-• ..-• • effect lait year The Greek Jews bad been *ed to remain and to work, although their capital and an ..ice those of '.-thtr Greek nationals, were blocked b> the Government The expulsion this week deepened fear* of the 140 rent m? Grek Jews that they also will be expelled in the apparent Turklive HI al! Gi 1 .,.->oi 1 iptrrriT7 aor. *BU%  >:' Taae.uaaa Sbeaia. Ataere: as the iaatnaj mah >> V^hor Baemonai e*nce he* M-oxlir Suachas T rah. rejwcing of the ia BMT-1 ..t seaasn -. ptace on Mooda:e<.eunc aad Tuesday morosfi*. Oct la aoc 19 Saobath ers^c*r5 aal he uaiered %  81 Beth Kobesh Sim a po* %  II 2th Ave on Friday at sun-e'. Rahht Max Shapiro and Canu-r Ben>n3in Bea-Ari -ill o Ear iLtiva-i of Billy A. A Mr ar.: MrHerbert C. rited on SatThe Hebrew Academy ^TERMITES WORK ALL YEAR WKAT-FM FROM BRAHMS TO BARTOK Youll Hear the World's Finest Music on WKAT-FM 93.1 on your FM dial MIAMI'S ONLY PURE CLASSICAL MUSIC STATION Programming MORE LIVE Conc*/isl WKAT-FM fc^P^V eWtCt PRESCRIPTION OPTICIANS FASHION CfVT£f Of THf SOUTH =•• tt • RE*EST -0B.:ES 72 LINCOLN ROAD Pl-ore JE 8 9741 •'-.LI Dignified, beautiful and reverently cared for surroundings for our departed loved ones are a source of very real comfort to a.L "'•v %  % %  -. -yfi.f. 'Jilt mWAY//71 M0 1-7693 Bl 5 30 P %  I I I "1 | .-.der Gross will off: ihana Rabr^h be ushered in a1 I Kh eveaat 5 15 p rr. Rabbi IIHBU for Sherr.ini Atzeret t 9 a.m.. OB Morwia wiB be The Jo> of Li\Tn. Yh> ::onal offering is slated Rabbi Joseph E. Rodtovsinl Phoo* H I 3SS •45 ftWCNtCAN AVI Mu M ^J J ON THE HEW YEAR LHS ] j SHOW OUR GRATITUDE I j ft Whet Israel Mas BOM fa/ lit | i invest in o safe Israel Bondi W*-SE E3BE"3 j OFFICES OF DISTINCTION w PAVLOW O at i doalgna and barntahMsoai Desk*, Chalra, Sc'ss, Crad*nzaa Lamp*, Ev*rythlnf tor m* 0tnc* of DiaflAcfloa ait ft t; a* funeral \ i i. ..( Ha '.-::• ] .... ;: : PK ..• a i ,


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ridcrv. October 15._1965_ "JmlstFhr/aften Page 3-A Upton Joins UJA Mission in Rome SfitJfES B i Special Report ..,.!, M Lipton prosGreater Miami Jewish ,.,. officially joined the Appeal's 1385 Study Sunday, aceortling to nenl made by Max M Detroit, IMA general and leader of mission. !„, federation president, achy Mrs. I.ipton. joined ii.11 ion's outstanding ders who are participatjn nnual survey of the vasl absorption programs of Agency for Israel and ,1, relief, welfare and ,., programs of the I joint Distribution Com I | The''wo organizations revive — eir support from UJA, hicfthe major beneficiary th( S*iami Federation's Comijnec twish Appeal. Sinte its JOSEPH UPTON Latest Histadnit Poll Shows l>hkol Popularity Slipping Cc'inued from Page 1-A ,. dadrut election results ,. lered forecast* to some results in the torthcom! amentar)' elections on Th 'in*l results gave the [ligmrent slate 50.8 percent and afi IS 1 percent. The initial reults i^noupeed on Sept. 20 were CO fc the alignment ticket and ptctnt for Refi. According th* final results, the alignnent •ote and the Rafi vote otaleci 62.9 percent. In the prior fistact'i-t elections in ltf, the wo liccr parties, running sepaately as Mapai and Achdut Avodah. polled 72 percent of the rotes. [', .. .1 ticket, which was reinitial results to have Ml IT' Percent. was listed today rec< ing 15.2 percent, making tadnit. In the final. I left wing Ma pa in took 11 .") percent, as against the preliminary figure of 13 percent. In the lft>9 Histadnit poll, Mapam won II percent The Independent Liberal Slate, made up of Liberals who refused 'to join with Hemt in the Gahal ticket, polled 4.4 percent compared with the initial result of 4.7 percent. The two Communist factions polled together 2 7 percent in the 'final tally. In 1950, a united Communist party polled 2 8 percent. inception in 1939, the UJA has raised in excess of $1,618,000 enabling its beneficiaries to save and rebuild the lives of more than 3,000,000 Jewish people. This year's mission, which will study the needs oi nearly three quarters of a million Jews in 30 different countries, opened here on Oct. 13, and will continue to Israel where it will remain from Oct. 17 to 29. In Italy, mission members will meet with .IDC officials for a briefing on that organization's initial life-saving and other vital assistance afforded to Jewish Immigrants The UJA mission's presence in 1-rael will enable it to focus special attention on the massive efforts being made both by the Jewish Vgencj and the people Oi Israel to receive, house and absorb the great numbers of newcomers still entering thai country from many lands. The mission's participants will also spend time viewing housing projects for newcomers, agricultural settlements and several of Israel's new immigrant development towns. Mission members will attend a reception being given by Walworth Barbour, I'.S. Ambassador to Is rael. and a state dinner given by \ During their stay in the they will also meet an;! with President Shneor Shazar, deputy Prime Abba Khan. Foreign Mini(i.; Meir. Finance Minister Sapir, Minister of Justice si-ph. Minister of Social Josei Burg, Jewish Agenc man and Treasurer Louis cus. Theodore Feder, Dir JDC-Malben, and other ment. Jewish Agcny and ficials. country consult Zalman Minister ster GolPinhas Dov JoWelfare \ chairA. Pinector of governJDC ofThe fall conference ol th< Ida Junior Chamber of Commi is slated for Miami Beach No 1 I through 7. The DiLido Hotel serve as headquarters for the I 2 I Jaycees who are expected to attend the event. 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Sday October 15. 1965 ftJmitft Ihrkitor, Page 5-A imchas Torah: Time for Rejoicing Continued from P 1-A agogue* the Torah and i, -,rc sung. And wo know music meant to the £. (Xiles, for they sat alien rivers and wailed: '|: a n we sing the song of the strange land"' too, was a favorite md was employed for „.• religious and secular occa\rul Miriam the pro\ the sister of Aaron took rel In her hand; and all i .men went out after her I • rtrbrels and with dances." I meed in honor of Saul d, and the latter as a i oi religious homage was and dancing before the Marriage dances also tomary in ancient IsThere were no happier days r. ael than Ab 15 and the Day ment." says the Mishna, n the daughters of Israel enl forth to dance in the i ds" Drawing ot Water hk"th. the "Feast of Ingath was a true "season of ream) Tishri 16. "the joy lei Libation," was one of • ain features "He that hath i held the joy of drawing of i hath not seen joy in his \ description of the scenes come down to us: "Pious and men of affairs danced torches in their hands, sing AUIHORIZID DIAlfR Since I9SS r £NIJH QuaMy {HEARING AIDS "* I $75 to $325 "Alt iff — I wor ot**" STANLEY GOULD 1238 IMCOIM ROM)"""""; Just a small revolution! Big Change in... Tempo Filter Cigarettes New Tobacco Blend More Tobacco Taste ATTENTION! Jewish Home for the Aged THRIFT SHOP USDS YOUR DONATION NOW! "All Items Tax Deductible" CALL 696-2101 ing songs of joy and of praise. and the Levites made music with lyre and harp cymbals and trumpets and countless other instruments Scholars left the cloisters of learning and abandoned themselves to joy. Simeon B. Gamaliel took lighted torches in one hand, threw them heavenwards and then caught them one by one in .his other hand Destruction of Temple The destruction of the Temple put an end to the ceremonj of "water-libation," and Sukkoth. "the Feast of Ingathering." meant little to a people uprooted from the soil, from the threshing-floor and wine press. The rabbis, anxious to preserve some of the glory and joy of the ancient worship. pr< bably felt thai Simchas Torah could aerve this purpose And SO the mantle of Simchas Beit Ha Shoave (the Re joicing of the Water-Libation I fell upon Smuhas Torah. This was the day when "Yezot haberacha." the last chapters of the Torah. were read. It was alread) an old established tradition to celebrate the conclusion of a tractate-siyyum. Abbaye (ca 273-339). the head of the Babylonian Academy of Pumbeditii. would hold celebrations whenever one of his pupils finished a tractate. Another rabbi traces the idea back to the time Of King Solomon: "He came to Jerusalem and stood before the Ark of the covenant of the Ix>rd and offered up burnt offerings Chamber Elects Burdine's Exec Thomas C Wasmuth, president. Burdine's, has been elected to membership on the Board of Directors of the Miann-Dade County Chamber of Commerce The announcement was made by Fred H Billups. president of the Chamber, following a meeting ol the bean which elected Was ninth to a vacancj created %  > the resignation ol Bernard Klayf, also of Burdini whi was transfi rred out ol the ^ ity Wasmuth according t<> Billups, •will bring to the Chamber a ilth ol i Kperii ni e in l and rommunitj acth ities, We a i delighted to have him accept our I invitation to assume this import ant communitj service responsibility Improvement Amendment Count) I 'ommissii ner Jot ep "' %  Boyd dis< '--• I Florida's Highwa> Improvement Amendment. wl com< up for vote bj residents ol Florida on N of the Torah. The llak.i fos iCn cults i were introduced. The reading of tne torah was often repeated. Naturally, the warm-hearted Chassidim regarded Simchas Torah as a great spiritual festival They believed that "Sony was the ladder to the throne of (in.l and that the song ascends to heaven faster than prayer The Chassidim. however, were not the originators of the "unseemly displays" that were prevalent in many places of worship. In 1663. thirty seven years before the birth of Rabbi Israel Baal Shem TOO, the founder of Chassidi.-ni. Samuel Pepys wrote the the following account of a London Synagogue on Simchas Torah. "But Lord! to see the disorder, laughing, sporting and no attention, but confusion in all their services, more like brutes than people knowing the true God." Outcome of Piety In the presence of the great Chassidic Rabbis, there was no room for frivolity, irreverence or unaeemUneas. 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ridgy. Octobf IS. MM
Mmfjft tier Id/tor
Paqe 7-A.
THE RABBI SPEAKS FROM HIS PULPIT
{forgiveness for the Sins We Commit
LEON KRONISH
By RABBI
Temple Beth Sholom
Kol Nidre summoned
: prayer.

On.
rs we
in
.. i n was
., sin which
Thee
- iur eon-
I c o n 11-
Hi a cata
,- of ethical
oral fail-
I ngregant,
ur self-
| ;-. ,!NM' US to
prayer, "Al
me: "Why
- i participate ta such a
rial and admit to this
i (.1 sins? I don't con-
ysetf malty." He reflects
the cardinal sins of our
- self righteousness. The
.! this prayer rests on
thai it ia recited in the
It is not "for the sin
I have committed" but
ie sins which all of us
ommitted."
Collective Responsibility
murder has been commit-
my community there is
uestion that I'm not a kil-
I it don't 1 have the obli-
in to ask myself whether 1.
[dually, and society col-
cly have done all that we
I have done to help eradi-
the social conditions which
breed murder and violence'.'
When President Kennedy ma
..--. -.sinated. his assasin. Lee
Oswald, was the sinner. But in
lonfessional of collective re-
>1111> should we not say
for the sin which we have coni-
nittrd when we failed to pro-
vide psychotherapy for an emo-
tior.aliv-disturbed adolescent?
When a young Episcopal stu-
lent, Jonathan Daniels, age 27.
a civil rights volunteer worker
Keene, N. H.. was shot to
death ui Lawndes County,
Ala and his confessed killer,
Thomas Coleman, is acquitted
and the mood ol thai commun-
itj as tv o Alabama Episcopal
Bishops have summed it up
is "that they had it coming to
them. Thej had no business be
ing here'' are nol the church
going people oi Vlabama as well
as the synagogue-oriented peo
pie oi Greater Miami, sensitive,
religious!} -oriented, morally-
conditioned Americans every-
where, obligated to confess
"For the sin which we have com
muted bj out failure to sanct-
ifj all human life?"
Biblical law v<8
There is an ancient Biblical
law which answers these ques-
tions, if a corpse is tound lying
on the roadside, and we don't
know who is responsible for the
death then the elders and lead-
ers of the nearest community
are summoned to that s|x>t "And
they -hall speak and say "Out-
hands have not shed this blood,
neither have our eyes seen it'."
Later generations of rabbis,
in trying to interpret the point
ol the law, asked in surprise:
"Were these community leaders
really under suspicion?" The
rabbis, ol course, raised the
question only to be able to ans-
wer it "certainly not." but if
tin- dead man had come to their
community hungry, and asked
for bread to eat. and his plea
was unheeded, or if he asked
fi shelter and was denied, and
he died as a result oi tins neg-
lect, then the hands of these
community leaders as well as
the hands of every other citizen
oi that community have shed
his blood and bear responsibility
for his death.
The whole world is today one
community and all of us called
to account when we learn God's
children in Vietnam were vic-
tims of the Lazy Dog Bomb. The
Lazy Bomb delivers enough
whirling, razor-sharp pieces of
si eel to slice to ribbons very-
thing within a city block. When
we learn of these victims, do
we cry out with the Biblical
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words, "Our hands have not
shed this blood, neither have
our eyes seen it"'.'
On Recalling Lidice
When we learn that there are
lead children and 4."i deail
villagers in a schoolhouse we
bombed at Man Quang, or 12
monks are dead in a monaster)
we bombed, or ho lepers are
killed. 2,000 made homeless and
50 buildings are destroyed b>
our bombs, Are we morallj and
honestly able to cry out. "Our
hands have not -lied this blood,
neither have our eves seen it"?
Ot should we cr> out in the spi-
rit ol our tradition, "for the sin
\ hich we have sinned "
When we lead that the Prime
Minister of South Vietnam, our
ally, proclaims that his hero
I- Hitler, do we begin to under-
stand the spirit of our confes-
sional and why it is written in
the plural'.' Some of us can re-
member the sense of horror that
filled our hearts during World
War II when we read about the
barbarism perpetrated by the
Nazis against the people of
Lidice
I was a young Rabbi then, and
wanted to know where were the
. od German people Why
didn't the) rise up in protest
against Lidice or anj ol the
ui her brutalities that were per-
petrated by the Nazis?
But win haven't the masses
of Americans risen up against
i arbarism in Vietnam, against
the immorality of hypocrisy and
half-truth with which we arc
confronted by different leaders
ol our governmenl who rational
i/e ilns violence in Vietnam?
n our confessional on Yom
KippUT has cracked our cal-
loused crust of self-righteous
nc-s. then we must speak out
against violence in Vietnam
I and elsewhere i in fore it is too
late Otherwise, someday a
handful "f survivors on this
planet will come together for
a dav of atonement, and their
confessional will be the -
as that of the Nazis who
still being brought to trial
"We didn't know We trusted
our rulers The) told US
"err right, The) told us that
the rightness ol our cause justi-
fied everything
Our tradition calls for atone-
ment now. our confessional calls
on us to crack our calloused
crust oi self-righteousness "F< t
the sins which we have com-
mitted and are still commit-
ting."
It our prayers come from
within our hearts, there is
Sukkot Closing
Continued from Preceding Page
elate al weekend services at Con-
gregation Beth El, 50(1 SW I7th
Ave., with Friday evening observ-
ance slated for 5:30 p.m. During
Saturday morning services start-
ing at 8:30 a.m.. Rabbi Schift's ser
mon topic will be -Holidays
Should Inspire Holiness.'' Study
class, at 4:45 p.m.. will be followed
by mincha at 5:15 p.m. Last days
of Sukkoth will be launched on
Sunday during 5 30 p.m.
and continue on Monday
at 8:30 a.m.. when 'The
Our Key to the Future"
sen.
starting
Past
will be
Rabbi Schiff's message Yizkor
memorial prayers are set for 10
a.m. During Simchas Torah al
530 p.m.. children will join in the
march with the Torah scroll*
around the sanctuary On Tuesday,
concluding day ot the holiday K I
Continued on Page 12-A
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ridgy. Octobf IS. MM Mmfjft tier Id/tor Paqe 7-A. THE RABBI SPEAKS FROM HIS PULPIT {forgiveness for the Sins We Commit LEON KRONISH By RABBI Temple Beth Sholom Kol Nidre summoned : prayer. %  On. rs we in .. i n was ., s in which Thee iur eonI c o n 11Hi a cata ,of ethical oral failI ngregant, ur self| ;-. ,!NM'1111> should we not say for the sin which we have coni•nittrd when we failed to provide psychotherapy for an emotior.aliv disturbed adolescent? When a young Episcopal stulent, Jonathan Daniels, age 27. a civil rights volunteer worker Keene, N. H.. was shot to death ui Lawndes County, Ala and his confessed killer, Thomas Coleman, is acquitted and the mood ol thai communitj as tv o Alabama Episcopal Bishops have summed it up — is "that they had it coming to them. Thej had no business be ing here'' — are nol the church going people oi Vlabama as well as the synagogue-oriented peo pie oi Greater Miami, sensitive, religious!} -oriented, morallyconditioned Americans everywhere, obligated to confess "For the sin which we have com muted bj out failure to sanctifj all human life?" Biblical law v< 8 There is an ancient Biblical law which answers these questions, if a corpse is tound lying on the roadside, and we don't know who is responsible for the death then the elders and leaders of the nearest community are summoned to that s|x>t "And they -hall speak and say "Outhands have not shed this blood, neither have our eyes seen it'." Later generations of rabbis, in trying to interpret the point ol the law, asked in surprise: "Were these community leaders really under suspicion?" The rabbis, ol course, raised the question only to be able to answer it "certainly not." but if tindead man had come to their community hungry, and asked for bread to eat. and his plea was unheeded, or if he asked fi • shelter and was denied, and he died as a result oi tins neglect, then the hands of these community leaders — as well as the hands of every other citizen oi that community — have shed his blood and bear responsibility for his death. The whole world is today one community and all of us called to account when we learn God's children in Vietnam were victims of the Lazy Dog Bomb. The Lazy Bomb delivers enough whirling, razor-sharp pieces of si eel to slice to ribbons •verything within a city block. When we learn of these victims, do we cry out with the Biblical Revolutionary 3-layer tablet for relief of SINUS CONGESTION POLLEN ALLERGIES COLDS' MISERIES Helps Drain All 8 Sinuses t critical areas of colds' infection and pollen irritation) Ai nouncement has been made an exclusive new tablet da opment called Dristan Deft* tant Tablets. Dristan works through the bloodstream and brings relief In minutes from -uuis congestion, pol en allergies and colds' miseries. Dristan containtill The decongestant me il prescribed by da tors. It reaches "11 congested as in minutes ... ahrinks na ia! n is pa s a ges pa .wam iwij pain-causing ui e and ingastion fi mi a 6 cloeg) %  '•• • • res I al bi %  ) A scientific anti-allergent to block allergic reactions, often associated with colds, and to protect vou against further allergy irritations, Stops sneezing watery, itchy eyes. 13) A highly effective pain-reliever to reduce fever and relieve body aches and pain-. 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Ot should we cr> out in the spirit ol our tradition, "for the sin \ hich we have sinned When we lead that the Prime Minister of South Vietnam, our ally, proclaims that his hero IHitler, do we begin to understand the spirit of our confessional and why it is written in the plural'.' Some of us can remember the sense of horror that filled our hearts during World War II when we read about the barbarism perpetrated by the Nazis against the people of Lidice I was a young Rabbi then, and wanted to know where were the •. %  od German people Why didn't the) rise up in protest against Lidice or anj ol the ui her brutalities that were perpetrated by the Nazis? But win haven't the masses of Americans risen up against i arbarism in Vietnam, against the immorality of hypocrisy and half-truth with which we arc confronted by different leaders ol our governmenl who rational i/e ilns violence in Vietnam? n our confessional on Yom KippUT has cracked our calloused crust of self-righteous nc-s. then we must speak out against violence in Vietnam I and elsewhere i in fore it is too late Otherwise, someday a handful "f survivors on this planet will come together for a dav of atonement, and their confessional will be the as that of the Nazis who % % %  still being brought to trial — "We didn't know We trusted our rulers The) told US "err right, The) told us that the rightness ol our cause justified everything Our tradition calls for atonement now. our confessional calls on us to crack our calloused crust oi self-righteousness "F< t the sins which we have committed and are still committing." It our prayers come from within our hearts, there is Sukkot Closing Continued from Preceding Page elate al weekend services at Congregation Beth El, 50(1 SW I7th Ave., with Friday evening observance slated for 5:30 p.m. During Saturday morning services starting at 8:30 a.m.. Rabbi Schift's ser mon topic will be -Holidays Should Inspire Holiness.'' Study class, at 4:45 p.m.. will be followed by mincha at 5:15 p.m. Last days of Sukkoth will be launched on Sunday during 5 30 p.m. and continue on Monday at 8:30 a.m.. when 'The Our Key to the Future" sen. starting Past — will be Rabbi Schiff's message Yizkor memorial prayers are set for 10 a.m. During Simchas Torah al 530 p.m.. children will join in the march with the Torah scroll* around the sanctuary On Tuesday, concluding day ot the holiday K I Continued on Page 12-A Nice. A phone of her own. So she can say all the things sixteen loves to say. In private. So families can do all the things they like to do. 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Octobr 15. 1965 ftidoy. U CTJ-?-"• %  +3eisb nrr/rf/tr Page 7-A THE RABBI SPEAKS FROM HIS PULPIT "orgiveness for the Sins We Commit By RA3BI LEON KRONISH Temple Beth Sholom prayer. "Al me: "Why K 0 I % | summoned us t<> yer. me -i :•w e VM which sinned %  .1 con! i 0 n I ia cataethical oral fallgragant, %  iuy asff, asked I participate in such a -ssional and admit to thi-i -I of sinsI don't conjrself guilty." He reflects the cardinal sins of our ,elf righteousness. The ,: this prayer rests on • that it is recited in the It is not "for the sin I have committed" — but sinwhich all of ua ommitted Collective Responsibility murder has been commitmj community there is ii it ion that I'm not a kilI i| don't I have the obli>n to ask myself whether 1. dually, and society colvely have done all that we have done to help eradithe social conditions which .1 murder and violence? When President Kennedy was ..--.-.-mated, his assasin. Lee Oswald, was the sinner. But in : %  vsional of collective rctponsibilit} should we not say for the sin whuh we have cornel when we failed to provide p-yehotherapy for an emo-turbed adolescent? When a >ounn Episcopal stulent, Jonathan Daniels, age 27. %  civil rights volunteer worker i Keene. N. H was sliot to ath in Lawndes County, Ala and hiconfessed killer. Thomas Coleman, is acquitted and the mood oi that communit> as two Alabama Episcopal Bishops have summed it up — ithai the) had it coming to them. They had no business l" big here" — are not the church going people ol Alabama awell as the synagogue-oriented pee. pie el Greater Miami, sensitive, relig ousl> oriented, moral!} conditioned Americans everj where, oMi :ated to confess "For the sin u hich w e mn e committed bj our failure to sanctif\ all human life?" Biblical Law v There is an ancient Biblical law which answers these questions, if a corpse is found lying on the roadside, and we don't know who is responsible for the death, then the elderand leaders of the nearest commumtv are summoned to that spot "And they -hall speak and -ay 'Our hands have not shed this blood. neither have our eyes seen it'." Later generations of rabbis, in trying t" interpret the point of the law, asked in surprise: Were these community leaders really under suspicion"'' The rabbis, ol course, raised the question only to be able to answer it "certainly not." but if this dead man had come to their community hungry, and asked for bread to eat, and his plea was unheeded, <>r if he asked ii %  : shelter and was denied, and he died aa result Of this IWg led. then the hands of these community leader'— as well as the handof every other citizen ol that community — have shed Ins blood and bear responsibility for his death. The whole world bl today one community and all of u-s called to account when we learn God's children in Vietnam were victims of the Lazy Dog Bomb. The Lazy Bomb delivers enough whirling, razor-sharp pieces of steel t>> slice t<> ribbons everything within a city block. When we learn of these victims, do we cry out with the Biblical words, "Our handhave not shed this blood, neither June our eyes seen It"'.' On Recalling Lidice When we learn that there are 35 dead children and 4."> dead villagers in a schoolhouse we bombed al Man Quang, or 12 monks are dead in a monasterj we bombed, or 80 leperare killed. 2.000 mad.' homeless and 50 buildings arc destroyed by our bombs, Are we morally and honestly able to cry out, "Our handhave not shed this blood, neither have our eyes seen It"? Or should we cr> out in the spirit of our tradition, "for the sin "hich c have sinned When we read that the Prime Minister of South Vietnam, OUT ally, proclaims that his hero lHitter, do we begin to understand the spirit of our confessional and Why it is written in the plural'.' Some of us can remember the sense of horror that tilled our hearts during World War II when we read about the barbarism perpetrated by the Nazis against the people of Lidice. I was a young Rabbi then, and wanted to know where were the German people Why didn't the) rise up in protest against Lidice or an) of the other brutalities that were perpetrated by the Nazis? But why haven't the masses of Americans risen up against I arbarism in Vietnam, against the immorality of hypocrisy and hall truth with which we are confronted by different leaders ol our government who rational ize this violence in Vietnam? If our confessional on Yom Kippur has cracked our calloused crust of self righteous ness, then we must speak out against violence in Vietnam ian.1 elsewhere, hi fore it i* ">'• late. Otherwise someday handful of survivors on this planet will come together for a day of atonement, and their confessional will be the as that of the Nazis who are still being brought to trial — "We didn't know We trusted our rulers. The) told us we were right. The) told US that the rightneSS Oi our cause justlded everything Our tradition calls for atonement now. Our confessional on us to crack our calloused crust of self-rightei usness the sins which we have mitted and are still committing." It our prayers come from within our heartthere iSukkot Closing Continued from Preceding Page elate at weekend services at ConSunday during "> 30 p.m and continue on Monilav at 8 30 a.m.. when "The services starting Past gregation Beth El, 500 SW 17th ()ur Kt ,y to tn( Future" will be Ave.. with Friday evening observRabbi Schiffs message Yitkor ance slated for 5:30 p.m. During mcm orial prayers are set for 10 Saturday morning services start„ m During Simchas Torah at ing at 8:30 a.m.. Rabbi Schiffs ser)30 p m children will join il inon topic will be "Holidays march with the Torah scrolto Should Inspire Holiness." Study arolm d the sanctuary On TuevU ., class, at 4:45 p.m.. will be followed concluding day of the holiday ** %  •by mincha at 5:15 p.m. Last days of Sukkoth will be launched on Continued on Page 12-A Revolutionary 3-layer tablet for relief of SINUS CONGESTION POLLEN ALLERGIES COLDS' MISERIES Helps Drain All 8 Sinuses (critical areas of colds' infection and pollen irritation) and Nice. A phone of her own. So she can say all the things sixteen loves to say. In private. So families can do all the things they like to do. And have their privacy, too.Extension phones are helpful in so many ways. At any age. In any room. %  telsethat fc A nouncement has been made an exclusive new tablet de\ opment called Dristan De• gestant Tablets. Dristan through the bloodstream and brings relief In minutes in -i!iiicongestion, pol en allergies and colds' miseries. 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Ly.Oc-.ccer 15^1965 *• It nisi fhrMiir Page 9-A Ml Maryland Personnel Dep't. Biased ri\|ohl iJTA) — Marylard Tawes "to end this reat mPaul A. Dorf has!justice and religious intolerance." ( h( ytend State De-, He toW the Governor he che< to take a state examination ie to her religious !>eliefs She sought a position with the %  -" %  "" • — v 3"t sougnr a position with the [ %  ir-uiinel of religious wj(h sfa(e au( horiti,* and found Maryland State Institutions for ,.,,,„,,. against Jewa and I hat no action is contemplated to Mental Health and was told the ,dventlsts because it i remedy the situation. In a letter 'est was given only on Saturdays. 'i member of the Jewish she will not violate her its only on Saturto Gov. Tawes. Dorf told how i "A* a on Gov. I MilJewish woman was 'denied the faith, i Sabbath by talcing the test on Saturday. said Dorf. Dor! wrote to State Personnel i ommissioner Russell Davis and ts amazed and shocked at his reply." Davis admitted an increasmand for examinations on days other than Saturday from Jews and Seventh Day Adventists. But he had no intention of changing his position because Saturday is the only day the required staff is available. Dorf said the situation amounted to outright religious discrimination and served notice as State Senator that "unless 'his situation Ls immediately rectified administratively, I shall request legisU tive action and possibly court suit nlty CASH mill keep them timing Your pledge to the 1965 United ewish Appeal means hope...but cr.'y ish means action Only cash can open the way i Israel and other free lands for • housands of Jewish men, women and ildr n who still wait to move out i as of despair. c h c m m --• theyc ill leave. %  in m to fre< iom i %  •••> s tep.( Us needed to help I n w lives h >r the newcomers to Israel I for 350,000 earlier Immigrants who n I iveaidt me productive citizens. And cash is needed to sustain nearly 400,000 impoverished Jews in 29 countries outside Israe'. Turn your pledge into cash that can be put to life-saving use immediately. UJA requires cash... now... to aid 741,650 Jews in need around the globe. Underwrite Jewish Survival All Over the World United Jewish Appeal $71,000,000 Regular Campaign and $38,400,000 Special Fund UNITED JEWISH APPEAL IS THE MAJOR BENEFICIARY OF GREATER MIAMI CJA CAMPAIGN PLEASE REMIT YOUR UNPAID PLEDGE NOW TO 1317 BISCAYNE BLVD. FR 3-0411 On M* d UNfftt IMAEl AmAl-JEW1$H AGENCY r<* NMU. INC. V JOINT WSTWWTION COMMITTEE (McMI* 0*T) NEW VOM ASSOCIATION FOR NEW AMERICANS UNITEO HIAS SCftVKC}



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Viday .October 15. 1965 + knlstfkrMtrtr Page ll-A ;/ Fatah Claims Many Terror Victims iNDON (.1TA) — A com-1 Only one of the incidents report „. of El Fatah, the military led in the communique had been %  Palestine Liberation reporting here confirmed from Israeli sources That one concerned an attack on liiiniqiK' rm "f the mnization, Pweek from Damascus, claima Jerusalem train. Israeli officials that it had killed 22 Israeli; sai(1 tnat HV eraJ passengers had dll ,, s and four civilians in Is-j luri" the past two weeks. The communique also claimAnother dispatch from Beirut, ed that the main bridge on the Falouja road was blown up and that the same E! Fatah unit blew up an Israeli military vehicle in an ambush, killing two Israeli officers and 20 soldiers. reported thai Ahmed Shukairy, head of the PI.O. had tendered his resignation because Arab states are unwilling to yo far enough In aiding his group t<> wage hostilities against Israel. The Beirut report said thai Shukairy resigned because of a dispute with the Jordanian Government on the military training of Arab refugees The I'LO office made the ; • nouncement, claiming that the signation originally was tendei al last week's Arab League su mit conference at Casablanca. I that Arab rulers had rejected Shukairy still insisted on resigni from his post and has called I an emergency meeting of the e cutive committee in Cairo last Sept. 30. 41 YEARS OF SINCERE SERVICE TO SO UTH FLORIDA NORTON TIRt= CO. V* B.E Goodrich x ^s SAOtf ;> V 10 STORES FROM HOMESTEAD TO WEST PALM BEACH ALL TIRES SALE PRICED EVERY TIRE SOLD BY NORTON TIRE CO. IS BACKED BY OUR GUARANTEE OF CUSTOMER SATISFACTION 50 % OFF Regular Sale Prices-Not list Price BE GOODRI V. N y IN-LINE WMITEWALL .Tftt'V.oVl.l-Famous PREMIUM,TIRE '--t"' that seals rt'se'ff Projects against btpwojts ; Slljbll. B!tml!htd> 6S0>!3 21.25 88^x14 'i .* 775x14 25.00 845x15 $25*14 27.50 885x15 855x14 3Q.00 900x15 34. jiAne old tire oN your caFACTOR v LI#T: BE GOODR Current 600x13 700x14 ^ 14 tia "Retr&ids > 8.95 I 8.95 •d?S/ SPECIAL PURCHASE, NYLON TUBELESS FOR THE PRICE OF BLACKWALL M 13.95 670 775x15 14.95 14.95 710 815x15 16.95 16.95 760 845x15 18.95 PIUS FED TAX AND OL0 im OTf YOU CA ALL TIRES FREE! MOUNTING ECONOMY SPECIAL *** USED TIRES "£T WHITEWAIL BLACKWALL TUBETVPE TUBELCSS MECHANICAL |J SAFETY SPECIALS All Wort Performed by Factory Trc/ned iKecfianics BRAKES REL A Vital Safety Spjcjal! ... M COMPLETE SAFETY •M FRONT END JOB Al! -1 Whcr!'. ttnile You Wait : Most Amt'ric '•mm**-* Inrfjdcs %  $;^" BB9 1 FRfE l B i• UIFETIMB qUARAHTBCD' Oe&tive muMI*t*t


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Page 12-A Sukkot Closing Ccntir-uec from P*gt 7-A the Torah KroUi -*:li again r-e paraded around the synagogue ng Wu services The final por*.. %  scroll will be read and then rewound lo the where the cycle begins Genesis Anr.uai holiday 5 p m will he sponsored p Berkow-.tz. honorary life ient of the congregation. Rabbi Heavy B Werrucfc. offi• weekend and final Siiktfjth observances at Temp** Tife-*th Israel, MB N Miami Ave, %  flu •* d Aftdg* ~t 9 30 p m. servdunng Saturday J a rr. service* will be on The Week %  -. Sunday. £ p rr. SheUseret observance will include a message on 'Lingering Memories Day-long serv Monday, begin at 9 ~ with Yizkor at 10 a.m. closing jbeeivniff at 7 pm Beth Israel Congregatior. 770 4Cth St. will hold early services Friday at 5 35 pm. with Rabbi Berel Wein officiating. His theme for Saturday. 8 45 a.m., services will be •Sanctify the Mundane Shemim Atzeret will be launched on Sunday during 5 30 p.m. service* Rabbi Wein s scheduled message for Monday. 8 45 am., obwnanc* is on The Sorrow of Itparfjre. with Simchas Torah • %  •• 'j^h-red in at 5:30 p.m., con. ng 30 p m and Sal It C I m Kabb: Shmaryahu Swirsky will officiate and also cone* t fii Sukkol will bant the n porti ma of Sheii ini Atti : T %  • a ted %  at *neseth Israel Congregation, ".415 • %  •> ill be 5.45 p.m Rabbi Ia\id i Modluring %  • holi%  15 i n Mon a.n ol v> ill yizkor i •!... and n • rl eld will offi633-0681 EAGLE FINANCE CORP. 2885 N.w. 36tk St. Loom V. to ttOO Abraham Seif rendering the mu -ical rx>r*. Ear;. Prkk*) sen ices at Temple Nr Tamtd. -'h St. and Tatum .11 be held at 6 p T, ard there will be no laie ser\ ice* Rabbi Eugene Laoovitz and ("an k I Edward Klein will officiate at like Bar M.trvah of Bert, son of lira Augusta CaskilJ. during 8 45 a T. Saturday service! H -r.ar.ah Rabbah will be observed on Sunat 8 a.m and 6 p.m. Shemim Atzerea on Monday at 8 45 a.m. A ill include Yizkor memorial praySimchas Torah. at 6 p m will be followed by the proces-non with the Torah at 7 p rr. Sirr.chaTorah will again be .-red on Tuesday at 8 45 a.m. D: Sabbath at Temple Ju6a, 32t' Palermo Ave. Coral Gables, is slated for Friday at 8.15 p m Bar Mitzvah of Aaron, son of Mr and Mrs Melvin Morris, will be celebrated during Saturday -ervices at 11 a.m.. with Rabbi Morris A Kipper officiating. Simchas Torah and con>r Of Hebrew School ; I it 6 p m with their choir assist %  nee n Tueedaj .for 9 am. R.. L"\e and Brotherhood — i +Jeistntrktt&ri SYNOPSIS OF THE TORAH PORTION OF THE WEEK HOL HAMOED SUKKOTH HOL HAMOED SUKKOTH — And the Lord spoke unto •s -a>ing. Speak unto the children of Israel sa\ing. The fifteenth da\ of tail seventh month -hall be the I %  ys unto the lord On 'he first da) -hall be a ho; jn shall do no servile work therein 5 • fferii fire unto the Lord: on the eight! % %  -. • be i onvocation unto rou and offer an offering made by fire unto the Lord it is I • -nr>i> and ye shall do no servile work therein. Abo in the fifteenth day of the seventh month, when ri have gathered in the fruit of the land ye shall keep a feast the Lord seven days on the fir-t day shall be a Sabbath, and on the eighth day shall be a Sabbath And ye shall take yon the first day the boughs of goodly tree*, branches of palm trees. and the bo ighs of thick trees, %  nd • of the brook, and ye shall re joice before the Lord your God seven days And ve shall k^rnr 1 S Tff>t unto tlW LbrtTPeven da;.in the It *ha!l be a statute for t^tr in %  •our generations >• dwell in boot en days: all that are Israelites bon dwell in booths That your -• neratii DS may know that I rr. : •• children of Israel to dwell in boothwhen 1 brought them of the land of Egypt 1 am the Lord your God And Moses declared unto the chil Israel the of the Lord. This recounting o the Vekly Portion of the Law is •tr*cted and based upon "The Graphic History of the Jewish Heritage" edited by P. Wollman-Tsamir, $15 Publisher is Shengold, and the volume is available at 27 William St., New York 5. N.Y. President of the society distributing the volume is Joseph Schiang. Friday, Cr: Potent Bonds to Unite the Human Race" during Saturday morning services, 8 30 a m at Agudath Israel Hebrew Institute, 7801 Carlyle Ave Mlncha and Friday evening v r. ice* are slated for 6 pm On Sunday, seventh day of the SukRabbi Ever's memorial topic at koth holiday. Hoshanah Rabbah oh servance, with seven procevsionaround the pulpit, will be held at $ a m and 6 p.m.. followed by maariv which starts the festival of Shemim Atzeret Services on Monday are set for 8.30 am with 11 a.m to be "The Farewell afes• of the Eighth Day Festival." :has Torah begins on Monday, at 6 p.m.. with marching in the -> nagogue and chanting of Hak hymns Tuesday ser\ices ar.' for 8 30 a m and *". 30 pm DT Irving Lehrman will • • Kend sen ices : d the of Sukkoth Festival in the main sanctuary of Temple Emanu-EI, Miami Beach will chant the Friday evenin. -*ni(e .Lehrman l> Portion of %  • included in Sal : eginntog tayi of Suk) down <>n Sunda< k • in the ma.Sbemim Ataerea are scheduleii ah will Hakofoa sen the morning at 9 a m IT I at both m<>mir:_ i '• ngregation for Monday .. am. in the Scl Hoahana Rat at Beth Ralph** I.V15 Jeffi rI 8 pm Rabbi Zvi The Hatnoed" dun: ing n ices I -ec'ind da>u-hcred in at Cantor Saul H •.he hturgicai i end and holid awakfs Y Monday, at 8 "Sunset and .> 45 p m Sinwill be •The Joj • day seivices art a m and 5 45 (• will be "Learning Ideal Ft. Lauoerdale J S47 E Oaklan Fridaj • 8 15 p m Guest Seymour Man; America ing sen i< es are ii %  Sukkofi :Ch. %  ks -' % HI '-%  I •^ Haag,| %  tttiij i SUM I H ., • Pm I van A I I t 8 30 u ky % %  ] : • i Slated iel : •! • -.1 \ Jtri -~ish C*'V %  %  %  %  %  ii A^ I ROOF LEAK? CALL VICTOR emm Let us repair it or apply %  nw one. For fret tsfimate pKone: __ ACHM *PS KOOIIM. f 685-1952 Beach Business Opens Campaign •:ien in V.. i{ hi to rai year s S Dade O unty I • ess and It .. %  .".' II I >,:*5th \ %  I ..... I Soul Telegrai mpai mca ne effort I the jol is and i • • Miami Beach busii approached aI H parate communitj effort Area chai. men hi I h e • campaign within the Miai Beach i business community ar< ilyman ralbut, Larry Taylor, Alex . Gardner. Joseph Naughton. ATTENTION! Jewish Home for the Aged • R'FT S'-^FNEEDS YOUR DONATION NOW! "All Items Tan OFduct>B>e" CALL 696 2101 Airman Now Serving in Va. Second Lt. Ronald T. 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Octot-e: 15, 1965 Jenlsf rhrHltr Page 13-A iami Federation Picks Sam Luby Jr. Leadership Award Recipient ,., hv j, has been select f £ recipient rf tm Presif; uadenhip Award, it was Cored Wdn>ctay b Joseph Kin present of the Greatkiami Jew"* Federation. Plan!, sponsored by the Lit and w -t presidents of Ljtion. 'v iresented annually .,.„ o< >oung people who Lei outstanding service to ',.,,„. ,iagendea. and the £,.', community as a whole. m choice of an award* if L rs difficult, and especially rt>, 4 year, because of the, num0 f qualified nominess which flection CommitteesersenLipton delared. L d< : "I I-i'by Chevro[ .... as his award a ^. ttend the annual GenI vi "l> of the Council of j and Welfare (.'.. •: intreal from N<>\ LO L t participation in A huh will be ati. i, w i.-n communal lead%  t Exhibition Temple Israel local arti-t Sam i i now on exhibit in r th< Sam C Levenson H M ;it Temple Is \l if'!n Si. and will be Nov. 1. !.• Alterman iher pieces i r: the exhibit SCIM inberg an t THE JEWISH HOME FOR THE AGED NEED! FOR ITS THRIFT SHOP A Your Furniture, Clothing, I Hint, Dishes, Drapes, Etc. I P.EASE CAll US FOR PICK-UP THE JEWISH HOME FOR THE AGED THRIFT SHOP •:x> N.W. 27th AVENUE Ph. 696-2101 ers from 220 communities in the United States and Canada. Luby will report to the Federation's Executive Committee. In addition to serving on Federation's Executive Committee, the awardee was chairman of the Combined Jewish Appeal's Young Men's Division in 1964 and a member of the CJA Campaign Cabinet and Federation Budget Committee for the last two years. He was associate chairman for Initial Gifts in the 1963 CJA campaign. Luby is a past vice president and current director of Jewish Vocational Service and a member of Temple Emanu-El He is a past .president of the Miami Automobile ,I>earers Association, and a director of the Florida Automobile Dealers Association. Last year, he was co-chairman of trw Automotive Division for United Fund. Luby it a lorj-tim* resident of this area, and currently lives on Miami Beach with his wife, lien* Etrodsky Luby, and their two children, Lisa Beth, 5, and Sam III, 3. Luby is a graduate of the University of Miami with a degree in business administration. Prior winners of the Presidents' Leadership Award were Mrs Sue Stevens, Martin Fine. Marshall S. Harris, Daniel Neal Heller, and Norton Pallot, las! year's re ent. 5.000 Physicians At Heart Meeting SAM LUBY J*. Dr. Scheinberg To Be Speaker Saturday Evening The New York Club r>f Florida will hold a regular meeting on Sunday. 8 p.m. at the Washington Federal. 699 ME 167th St. Speaker will be Dr Peritt Scheinberg, professor of neurology at the University of Miami, who will answer questions about multiple sclerosis The Heart Association of Greater Miami will play host to a record total of more than 5.500 physicians, scientists and lay leaders at the 41st annual meeting and scientific sessions of the American Heart Association to be held this Friday through Tuesday at the Americana Hotel. The meeting will serve as a forum for presentation of new advances in all fields of cardiovascular medicine and research. Special events, including a fashion show and scenic cruises, have been arranged for the ladies. Serving as general chairman of the Hospitality and Special Events : | Committee is Mrs Marvin L. Meitus. wife of Dr. Marvin L Meitus, president of the Heart Association of Greater Miami. Assisting Mrs. Meitus on the committee as co-chairman is Mrs. Edward W. St. Mary' Other committee members include Mrs. Louis Lemberg, cochairman, luncheon; Mrs. Wayne Martin. co-chairman, luncheon; Mrs. Thyron Sindi, coordinator, fashion show; Mrs. Bernard Vinoslci, favors chairman. Additional committee members include Mesdames Martin Belle. Elliot Cohen. Joseph C.lassberg. Milton Goldman. Howard Grimier. Carl Harold. Sherman Kaplan, Victor Rugel, Maurice Laszlo, Milton E Lesser, Burton Levin. Sidney Levin, David Nathan. Sam Rabin. Stanley Richard. Leonard Rivkin*. Donald Rosenberg. Sylvan Schotz, Leonard Suverman. Herman Sumars and Paul Unger. Beach Chapter Luncheon Miami Beach Chapter. Nationat Children's Cardiac Hospital, held a luncheon meeting Wednesday at the Roney Plaza Hotel. *** IN TIMES OF SORROW •xprcss what word* cannot! WI SEND SYMPATHY FLOW EUS ANYWHERl txotiefiuiutnj MIAMI MIAMI BEACH 635^516 532-3361 CORAL GABIES 665-5423 HOLLYWOOD FT. IAUDERDAIE 945-7051 FR 1-7398 AMERICAN %  ISRAELI fc RELIGIOUS STORE tl -L RELIGIOUS ARTICLES FOR SYNAGOGUES SCHOOLS HOMES 1357 WASHINGTON AVI. J1-7722 $. Sthworti 'ami Hebrew Book Store i'*ELI & DOMESTIC GIFTS 'ire* Religious Supphet 'or I iguti, Schools A Private Uie 1585 Wosnington Ave. Miami Beoth JE 8-3840 REPHUN'S HEBREW BOOK STORE raster Miami s largest & Oldest Supply House for Synagogues, -i 'brew & Sunday Schools. Wholesale


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'--.• + Uisl flrlfltr Fridcv October] Panorama: By DAVID SCHWARTZ \be Beam Doesn't Go Around Eating Blintz H AS ~~E SEA M the I York V B*arr pta it be %  %  2.-we jhr %  t .i .•^. a foadi 4r rd :' Eic -re more of pa.rt,< 'o !" The rr m ''lapai Part bleb I Eshkd be) aged '•'•' %  %  the •.oTapai or Rape. yoc coal %  good : of the •en As We Were Saying; By ROBERT E. SEGAL Cues for Watts District Miseries THOSE tfWC '..'• %  cues a: row The* f tearing an : *:~ ated 36 dad. 9W %  jar *rre*ted and property t200.000.0O ... Back '. The ert %  + •; per .... • m f %  ek. L'oei to be 34 per cent er than • i a.r. •%  L*Aite*J States When the Great Depression of the la Etbscoe .''-.r'jmond has made the trenchant obo'N listening Post: By SAW CARSON Golda at the UN UNITED N'ATI' •' %  • LJER OAIT IS '.-. %  • .< %  from the of the I %  %  -.irould has ail I* lad; %  lutiful < art just got thr-. more "har. an hour rtiscnaraig •• i rated State QtirVCai Jtati •• of the i unt.r her own p • location of % %  %  the I' N she the i I J ? >" A .<•: jrvl she fotsM > one of her aide= to a irheri she la met bj the I -. %  •-._ %  Ministry of The In her long talk with the U S Secretary of State, she I d heard of r., Govenuneot'i v. .t such u Vm Nam and the India-Pakistan conflict, and she 'old him about Israel > concern with Jordanian mEi Pateh sabotage ra.'iArab Diana for diverting the headwaters of the Jordan River. Israel's at•.ude toward the Arab refugee problem. Now with the man from the Hague, she discusses a or• •,at same avenue to another building, a block away the I S Mission, to the headquarters of the Carnegie ] rdowment fi the saddi of the LoAngeles tragedy .s to ha\. ter .-•ed demands by at the ken be placed on .-. I we train for %  %  %  % %  • to condemn the use o: violence. loot! a arid hoodhjrr..-m as .' %  ndemr. out exp>lainers like California Sena• was hareepect for lav and order and not ghetto conditions that were to Wame The hard climb out of the riot era will not < %  by the \e assertion that (he whole isOf course, di-dam for italaw rr. .-• < • led But in closing it out. e need to beAj.-e of I :tWe need, for example tn b) lick at heart o\er the front pa^e headline of U5 New, & World Report "Race Friction — Koa A Crime Probirr Race frletioa ta the tart fruit hetto • Itor :• cUrt. • art•r, in the a • ; and ebTan It is. above a ... ting the N %  > is the • v but % %  %  erang area -'here rodents %  Spr.ngfield* Who n the "Sprii Plan 4 to all the Quest >rint for understanding A in harmony foreser in Springfield I be been ct.• pieces by th. the failure I i r % %  >gntee the ever wide: promises made to th-%  • %  | fulfillment enjoyed by the already prosperous. From thipoint out. America will work at the problem of sec. iect. dignity, job-, decent housing for aU of its people or revolt will blacken the city skies again and again. • the re<. • ,...., find %  • I that some I use predk -• II Mr Eshkol was n I wuaj \ It tarki ab-r %  .. c..^J \\ rovemmetrt ittktZl the campaign agi il ing ered that it : %  ^ Of (be man who carr.e to •' -.bbijj I rar>bi kr r a • It ill I %  %  ... I I at %  %  %  of Todoy's Ihovghi: By DR. SAMUEL SILVER Learning to Pray QNLY INFREQUENTLY re bestiftl ^'len with Jee %  wtti:>| Jei-h publLshers. Fjnd SeTJ bener's Th.Si aadflsl brochure on being a J%  •herei| puboshed by non-JThere are a few b -. urittn lc*< for Jews that d reader-hip One of them, you ma) be a-'.om>b learn i called Teaeh Me to Pray as ntia| to crackerjack educators. Mrs I ravemel Cleveland, and Rabbi David Cedarb It ha> sola in the thousands. Cedarbanm Is a seasoned specialist in child trattaj He supervises the training programtemples Mrs Braverman is a remark. nan tt ran • us schools rr. thuntry Mai she has written a number • i sensitive soul and a fine Of Sg .: %  : Lib i • %  •h:e filled them T. man book • ••:... i:l. tips I imper f eetl to prayer natural!;. \ ., • ab il %  ••• It ino probk-m when you da wen N I you don't fee! iwl : *'"• • modern Jews do not seem to ha\e Uw rectung .i\rds of prayer in I a mother prof,— that the can't com forwords of the prayers And fathers are ever *** lathers have often told their rabbis that tbej conduct a Seder, for example, because the) i %  %  ?to the mood needed to articulate iges in the HagaTadah. So we need badly an adult book on P" y Such a volume might point out that praying can be otivated; you merely have to get used to Between you and Me; By BORIS SM0LAR Danes Shy from Airing Their Aid THE DRAMATIC details of the i unique rescue operation tarried out by the people in Denmark under the very nose of the Nazii have not yet been written fully. This is because the Danes are very shy in talking al>out them. They have always considered the as part of the nation, and wlieni you talk to them in Copenhagen, they tell you they see nothing exceptional in aiding their own people. They are inclined to give more credit to Sweden for admitting the Jews and sup plying them with suitable employment than to talk about their own role in the operation The full story of how the entire Jewish community of Denmark was saved by the Dani-n people — and of the geflr erous boapitahtj given to the Jewish refugees bySweden — will probably come t.> light onlv Dow, in the campaign for si.ijoo.ooo proclaimed in the United States by the %  Thanks to Scandinavia Organization. This group — of which Richard Nctter Pf"*"^ Mew York attorney, is president and Victor %  jW* the famous artist is national chairman m, '" n to rai-c among Jews, and also among U \ n t tins country si.ouo.ooo as a perpe tua, <•" %  '• '* m '. : fund for the purpose of financing schol 'bips ^ students from Scandinavia in apprecia" ing the Jews. In Scandinavia, the scholarship T : ha* been extensively publicized, and although '' '" ,!L in Denmark believe that no one should be -' ^ for doing what is onlv right, some of tl e Tosu leaders in the United States feel that Jews 0 **JJj governments and the people of StaiKlinau.i .. n< debt of gratitude which has not yet been : ^"";" ly recognized. So does otniously the I S ( '^' ment w huh has made the contributions to Thanks to Scandinavia taxdeductible WithoetW fanfare, the group in New York ha• |L, '^ U0I1 ceived about $150,000 in contributions, in ,0J to substantial pledges.



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October 15, 1965 %  Jenltti fh rHl.tr Pace : opening business meeting of the Jewish [tional Fund Council of Greater Miami in Fontainebleau Hotel are (left to right) braham Grunhut. Mrs. Miriam Press, Zev Kogan. Jack Fishman, Leon J. Ell, Leo [indlin and Gershon Miller. Ell, outaoina president of the JNF Council, is being succeeded by William J. Bornstein, who was elected at the meeting. Mindlin, executive editor of The Jewish Floridian, was guest speak er at the function. rge UN Act on Terrorists Continued from Pasje 1-A |m Marsh, acting chief of tht lited Nations True* SuperviOrganiiation, reported this ek to the Israel Foreign Minin Jerusalem. M.,r-ii conferred last week mian Premier Wasfi T;il itted i" him the gravity l's views en the repeated | im irsions. The UN offied the Premier t convey to King Hussein. It •,-1 also that King HUBware <>f the possible inai to his regime if the I Uih organization, which is rolled and financed mainly by t ontinued its activities in t unchecked. 15 indicated thai Col. Marsh p -i to Israel assurances i irdan i efforts to suppress vsx&a. The Israelis say that the Sheraton-Tel Aviv is their favorite hotel. Make it yours! For Insured Reservations at Guaranteed Rates see your Travel Agent or call 377-0275. SheratonCelAvivHotel Tel Aviv, Israel mm the El Fatah activities, as well as a Jordanian request to Israel to maintain patience pending the outcome of the Jordanian efforts. Diplomatic quarters here expressed satisfaction with a speech by King Hussein to the Parliament of Jordan this weak in which he said his Government would act to prevent El Fatah raiders from crossing the border into Israel to commit acts ot sabotage. Some half doaen such raids took place last week on an almost nightly basis However, it was pointed out here that the King's statement will have to be tested bj results and that if the raids did not end. Israel would continue to reserve its right to BCt Israel will be compelled to "hit" bases in neighboring Arab lands from which the gangs of El Fatah operate, and also to Pepper Seeking Voting Age Drop Congressman Claude Pepper has introduced legislation to provided that "no citizen of the United States who is 18 years of age or older shall be denied the right to vote by reason of age." "If our young men are old enough at 18 to serve in the armed forces, as many of them are doing todaj In Viet Nam. they are old enough to have a voice in the government of the country they arc defending." Peppei said. %  •And our young *omen, as well as young men, art n ing at IH. I rid 20 m (hi Peace Corp the jungles %  "'' hl -^ mountain n South u and in diffi rial rous situations thi the world." 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,<.. w oman s IVor n; i < 4 "dewish Floridian Miami. Florida. Friday, October 15 1965 Sect:or. B Or ...s n J :am I. Brenner, president of Greater Miami Section. Council of Jewish Women, signs the lease for its i .ft Shop at 5922 South Dixie Highway, South Miami. will open its doors for business on Friday. Witnessing (left to right) ore Mrs. Charles Rosenberg, seccresident of ways and means; Mrs. Arthur Gilbert. recording secretary; Mrs. Brenner; and Mi?s Minnie • executive secretary. The other two thrift shops are '•: 346 N. Miami Ave.. and 5601 NW 7th Ave. iami Chapter Member Tea pter <>f B'nai B'nth M-•' %  %  .-hr> Pins. a membership tea on | E. Albert Pallet, international : n the Coronation vice president of B'nai B nth. was Barcelona Hotel guest speaker mbers were installed Fu• iin -hew was presented -• ceremony and preby Adrian Thai, with members ot B'nai B'rith Menorah the group modeling. by ISABEL GROVE Wil Uono! rd Th sho-, lb v.. I III •' Traveling since early June. Sara Han is. of 1200 Ocean Dr.. toured through Scandinavia. Denmark, Yugoslavia and Israel, and then took a cruise through the Greek Islands and Portugal on the SS Deioss On her first day in Lisbon, she got some meagre news about the late, unlamented Betsy, and although she had been looking forward to extensive sightseeing, she Immediately emplaned for Miami Although the intrepid Sara has been through many hurricanes, starting with the whopper in 18.'6, this was the first time she wasn't on the premises to check on her h. me and properties An inveterate world-traveler. Mrs Harris has returned many times to Israel since her first visit there in 1935. and finds the changes she sees in the country each time ••absolutely fascinating" Here from Israel for a visit with cousins Mrs, Dora Offenhenden and the Dave Alpers. Col Kalman Forat. of the Israel Army, impressed with the beauty of the area and loyally predicts that "Israel will be as beautiful in a few yvars" Col. Morat. whose army career spans 27 years, had a brief stint as a diplomat when he represented his government lor two years in Argentina. Mr and Mrs. Charles Lyman. of Lawrence. L. L. here for the holidays Entertained at dinner party given by the Murray Lymans, of Bay Harbor Islands Party guests in honor of the visitors included Florence Kupperman and the Joe Scheers New* received by Mr. and Mrs. Larry Friedland, 6080 Pinetree Dr.. that son Konald Alan Friedland, who deserted Miami Beach frr Chicago, has passed the Illinois Bar exims. • Forte Towers the scene ot a suprise birthday-dinner party staged by Arthur Ornstein in honor of wife. Sophie Some 27 guests managed to keep It all secret, including the Ornstein's daughter, who is visiting from New Jersey. • • • South Florida Women making their first appearance in the fourth edition of "Who's Who of American Women" include Helen Alpert. Helen S. Baum and Anna Brenner Meyers Miss Alpert is now with the staff of Time-Life Magazine in New York Mrs. Baum la a local public relations representative, and Mrs Meyers, Continued on Ftc-t i-B the great sale of the year onderful savings --.^: J : H 07 IN annitwstirij sate utstanding selections %  in f hy wait hurry-hurry in all nix tturdine's open iriduti. Saturday niaht 'til 9 M)



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Page 2-B JfeH#£fi Drrlcftor Friday, OCIBW. Beach School Features Panel \ %  %  i. : ine" panel ahow was Feat i • ntral Beach Bl ementarj %  Brat general meeting on Wednesday evening Panelists Included Wayne Far js<. news commentator for Ch 7. u/CKT; Mrs Jean Groves. Dade County Council PTA president: Ali \ Gordon, Metropolitan Dade Count? Commissioner; and Paul Hell, new coordinator of Bi-l.ingual Education for Dade County. Mrs Paul Ro>cn. vice president and program chairman, served as moderator. School principal is l,ero\ D Pineberg PTA president is Mrs Harry B Smith Pin$leytobeSpe fl |, er wmmmmmmmrW Mrs. Irene Fink (left) and Mrs. Ethel Gordon of hours during the summer and on weekends (nght) present service pins, bars and certifiincluded (lef to right) Karen Zinner, Marsha cotes to some 50 teen-age volunteers at CeHart, Irene Bloch, Lynn Weintraub, and Redars of Lebanon hospital in ceremonies held becca Woodall. They chalked up a record ol this week at the new auditorium. Some of the 195 hours, teen-ogers who worked the greatest number B'I Er \ Defamai Sfcyloke Religious j^ I Children of 1 • ions Scho party at Thv I 1 '""' :ied far at 10:30 m Ian. spiritual tt MU will Mess the r,. J| gin ;, new >. .. %  Hrtfrt, Mrs. Berkowitz Named to Head Mesivta Women Mrs Murray Berkowitz. active in various religious, educational and philanthropic organizations, has been elected to the presidency of the Women of the Mesivta of Greater Miami. Louis Merwitzer High Se&OOL The Mesivta is located at 1965 Alton Road. Miami Beach. Florida. Mrs Berkowitz succeeds Mrs Irwin Makovsky. who served as president for two years and has been elected honorary president. Elected to serve with Mrs. Berkowitz are Mesdames Harry Lerner. honorary president: Sylvia Zemel. vice president; Jerome Bienenfeld. vice president; Theodore Landesman. vice president: Roberta Zaager. financial secretary; S. Louis Schwartz, recording secretary: Morton Mayberg, corresponding secretary; Berel Wein. treasurer. Installation luncheon will take place Thursday noon. Oct. 14. at the home of Rabbi and Mrs. AlexSaporitissimi!... (jt'siimakslo! ...The tastiest! V> ;r ihe it lu 1 t tidinnet f v P. | i be of ali £HE r BOY-AR-DEE" Spaghetti Dinner Spaghetti Dinner IbUUtid—g. Complete In ttiis one package! Cook ipoghMi I. loll.. H.at and odd au>h.nli< Italian Mu>nro.m Save. T.p wilK l.ti mt nippy ch..t*. foy. ,u ck, gh•aettf*. tutiobuonIC>l* —>tf 1 3 I p*r Mrving. officers on behalf of the Mesivta student body. Mrs Berkowitz. a parent of a Mesivta student is an officer in the Hebrew Academy Women's or Sanitation, Beth Israel Congrega tion. Mizrachi Women's Organization and other women's groups, She is the wife of Murray Berkowitz, religious leader who is currently operating the Coronet Hotel t FREE FREE FREE JUST MAIL A CARD OR LETTER AND YOU WILL RECEIVE IN COLOR A BEAUTIFUL MORRISOtVSCHIFF JEWISH CALENDAR FOR THE NEW YEAR •LCASf HAIL TO TNf XI 31 HER 0\E PROVISIONS No. 1 ALTON ROAD MIAMI EEAC.H, I fOR A FASTI TREAT TRY OUR TR PU E RE K( B S EEF R A K W It T S II KOMI I It I Ml O I s \ | MKS. mUKKtr BOtKQWm ander S. Gross. 3524 Flamingo Dr. Rabbi Gross will be installing officer Mrs Hyman Kolko. an officer of the Women's Group of the Mesivta and one of his leaders, will be chairman of the installation. Program is being arranged in the spirit of the Sukkoth Festival V<..t lured will be Irving Spielman. concert pianist Rabbi Abraham Groner. one o( the Roshei Yeshiva ot the Mesivta. will address the Women's Group. v be Berkowiti will extend -ii etings to the newIj inst JUST HUNG* dtttfUCA S .a Calavia I L.— S***aner At last! A margarine with all three 1. 100o DAIRY FREE 2. LIQUID MAZOLA CORN OIL 3. NEW NO-BURN FORMULA MAZOLA MARGARINE If you've got a hungry family, you've got a Heinz Vegetarian Be*" family. Waiting to be turned into a happy family. And hardly able wait. And hardly getting to work on those plates when already somt-, one is saying/'More beans, please." HEINZ strictly VEGETARIAN BEANS. ivnh*| a.**, *. ,.., ., ^mrt „ ^ ^^ m mmo0OK ^^ comnQAnom *.n**\Jj



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9Unist fhrHitr Suburban League Fashion '•'-Henry : Warnkk ;rzr.:Ls •_-.aord Ic LiA to righl "re Mesdame* Lillian •-j.-'.' %  • if i li iTih -' inn chairman of the day; Esther Levitz, --•"• '' MO BaoaaSoa Boom cBainnan Feinberg and Wenuck Them* i BM Jewish High He Guanas w d mean •• %  pee lent Or Olom Ladies Map Program • • ... ^ the u %  %  •. I "Me =•• Pot Roast? 1 A W ^ f' u Criminal Court Judge Edward Klein and his wife. Wilma left welcome Mr. and Mrs. David Linn at a party giver, in Judge Klein's honor at Miami Springs Villas. Some 50 of the Kleins friends joined to give the function a personal touch at which some 2.500 persons attended. It was the largest s.ngle affair ever held at the Villas. Klein, his wife and their two children live at 1900 SW 59th Ave. Alpha Omega Fashion Show Nothing goes with a good meal like Tetley Tea! E*e*u Tetley ii bright ar.d bribing as the finest, tastiest tea tl jld be-a favorite ir. Jewish r. •• o sir 1 %  ii'. BULK. BAGS AND INSTANT • .. Ladies' Auxiliary erf the Greater Miarru .Alumni Chapter of Alpha Omega hab scheduled its membership meeting and fasruon show luncheon f->r Tuesday at the home
n -how commentator Sta ihsrj •• ember i %  are Hotter. Adler. Mrs Edwin Fight for Sight League ter Mi mi ': %  odi !.• % %  ine regular lui eetii • •• • F • • %  • %  meetii Bims. Mrs I.awTenc* Krasne. Mrs Paul Richman MrHoward Rosen Mrs Alben Ro^entta: Mrs Peter Rubelman. and Mrs Arthur Sttrin President iMrMoftOO Ro-en bluth. Chairman ut the day u Hit H>"man Lev ine The local project trf the Auxiliary is raising fundfor the Den'-j Clinic affiliated with Yariet) I dren's Hospital • id Make an rttan • i ... • ids) as a be%  CVchau 'he hincheoo are M and Mn Ha wf the Women s • .e popu nlei rearing the tro; i each story Fe. rard of Of*' are Barn Bnwon and tee-ager% • %  • .:id Kar IBM will be Mrs Ml • yper ..ngsters Cathy Greenf Mn D •f a Ksr Sal eus be • %  Roosevelt Unit Genera! Meeting ter \ i %  ... ~*ia\ Oongre•n M. recently spent a year ir> Israel ir. a specia. Y %  gran to %  tody and work % %  alz She was to speak on A Teen-Afe Yiewpoint of Israel MrAbraham Augenstein. chair '. on Law and wts to report or. the • velopments in the area of Mn Albert Z„ %  nan on the OOBM it) Interreiations. rep> n m the "Poverty *am and the %  Arthur *S23 ; %  a 1 St** i i %  The vr, • cam %  roKin-eH r time a \ir i Cardiac Hospital Tec i Chapter. National Chil H spits] .hi iding annual membership tra on at 1 M) p m in the of the hospital Mris chairman of the ..\ COlLlQO juicy audL FRANKFURTERS T23 PURE BEEF t-oror-it OINfffsL O'FiCli r CHICAOO. lLLlNQ


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(day. October 15. 1965 +Jelstn*rlrfk>r Paca 5-B i;or groups are banding together to K s their admiration for one woman who j itiibuted to all of them. Mrs. Irvinq [ wife of Dr. Lehrman, spiritual leadpie Emanu-El. will be the recipient of | ( ors at a luncheon on Oct. 27 at the c r.ebleau Hotel. At a Planning Committee p al the Crystal House, hosted by Mrs. fle: %  >xierman. wife of the president of TemI ., %  nu-El. are seated (left to right) Mrs. F. Thau, president, American Friends Hebrew University, Women's Division; 1 Soderman; Mrs. Sol Goldstein, chairman Honor Luncheon; Mrs. Jacob Katzman, esident. Sisterhood and program chair2:1 of the luncheon. Standing are Mrs. Samuel Faiick. executive director, Women's division. Greater Miami Jewish Federation; Mrs. Max Swartz. president, Miami Chapter of Hadassah; Mrs. Max Kern, president, B'nai B'rith Council of Miami Beach; Mrs. Jean C. Lehman, chairman of community attendance; Mrs. Florence Kupperman, president. Southeastern Florida Region, Women's American ORT; Mrs. Herbert S. Shapiro, Sisterhood president; Mrs. William I. Brenner, president, National Council of Jewish Women, Greater Miami Section; Mrs. Charles P. Feinberg, vice president. Federation of Jewish Women; and Evelyn Kopelman, coordinator of special luncheon publicity chairman. Virginia Booker Commentator At Fashion Show Sisterhood of Temple Or i i ihe pp of Miss .i Booke i as %  ant m show luncheon Mi' er. J wile's r\' weatl • %  icr on tin life l efore the public as I ion model, actre bi autj • % %  an) and mosl recentlj v f the ten best i %  .i nen in the • h< can be seen nightly on Tele' Ch 10 as weather reporter. The "Tres Elegant" i will take place Tuesday noun. Oct. 26, at the New Everglades Hotel R Fashions will be by Beth We %  h furs by Adrian Thai, hair and v igs by Minna, and musical accompaniment by Mis John Huff Chairman of the affair is Mrs. .\i Levenson, assisted by Mrs Edward Block. The committee is composed <>f the Mesdames Bud Singer, Saul Gelb. Morris Draluck. RalrA Fislol. Allen Kurzwell. Barbara Schocket. Martin Hirsh. Harry Sarnoff and Lester Glaser. Ways and Means vice president is Mrs. Gerald Schwartz, and president of Sisterhood is Mrs. Murray Rosenberg. Rabbi Samuel April is spiritual leader of the congregation. VIRGINIA BOCKIR itya Chapter Installs Officers At Member Meet E • %  ... Chapter of Mizrachi WornDancers presented a tfroup of pop-Goodman, of Sky Lake Synagogue a membership and instalular Israeli dances. Cantor Lewis .ed group singing l-rogram Wednesday at the f Mrs Ira Stein. 15760 NE Palfof fo Attend Convenfion E. Albert 1'allot. president of Biscayne Federal Savings and Loan Association, will attend business sessions of the National League of Insured Savings Associations Convention on Oct. 24 to 28 in Beverlv Hills, Calif. Bialolenki Will Speak Tuesday Mrs Irving w estin. pi :r*m chairman for Justine C >ter, Women's Division. America ish Congress, announces thai "Of Andre S. Bialolenki will sp ik in "United Nations. Interns tonal Cooperation Year, and Yo. at a special meeting Tuesday. 12:30 p.m.. in the home of Mrs. Harold Druker, 1443 w 21st St.. Sunset Island 4. Prof. Bialolenk' was b %  %  in Paris. France, and is a graduate of City College of New Yor' Chairman for the day '..I he Mrs Sylvia Silvers, pre-lent, Justine Chapter. Reports v..[ be given by Mrs. Jack Shapiro, membership chairman; Mrs. '^net Fhawmut, chairman, Commission on law and social action, ai Lillian Goodman, commission on community interrelations PL Sukkata was the scene for Jonah E. Caplan. of Sky S> nagogue, who installed a I tee Ot three presidents for %  : year The new board Mrs Jonah Caplan. an Lieberman, and Mrs. I .• %  •ffieers for the year are •:el Gropen, vice presin mbersMp; Mrs. Minnie • asurer; Mrs. ROM Liti iing secretary ; an ^ \n Cohen, correspond tary the installation of the local Carmelite Harbour icps Readying I eneral mat head of Bal Har%  .i mounced that on h f the multi million dotenter proceedini i-. h duled for named M !: ray i mai : ger of the cei I • form" r Miami News DUblU relations CO-OT ^tor and I Lward Stone, of Ft .,landscape archi | who will also be land I -it for interama, said 00 would be spent on ii Shops' beautificaram NEW frxw KRAFT WHIPPED CREAM CHEESES THAT SPiEM IKE I CHARM! 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Page 6-B -Jenlstncrkfinn Friday, Qciobe, ... ^Mtout jreoplc and < jr Chapter Officers Again Installed aces • • • IT'S TIME TO GO TO WORK TRUDY Judge Charles Gertler and his Hilda are immensely impressed with their daughter Trudy, who has spent two years at Sara Lawrenee and DM now according to her own definition, taken a year's Sabbatical. She is m New York and has a job in the Public Relations Department Of the Revlon company. It's a wise lather who knows hi.own child, and Judge Gertler just couldn't understand how bis daughter, who loves to sleep late, would ever gel to work on time Yen simple Trudy has a telephone service that wakes her up every morning saying. "Trudy. you have to go to work, it's tune to get up." "BETSY"CLEARED THE HOUSE Natalie anil Melvyn Krumkes were in despair Over the antics of the kirrM hurricane which devastated their new 1> -decorated home. No carpet or furniture was left. So they filled the house with small tables and chairs. Festoons of crepe paper and balloon.hung from the ceilings, and lo the scene was set for a cabaret party as a surprise for Diane Eiseoberg. As Diane and her husband. Eddie, walked in the door, the whole rchestra went to meet them, with the trumpet playing "Happj Birthday" loud and clear. The bartender was kepi busy, and dancing went on until way past two O'clock. Among quests were EUen and Bernard Mandler. Sandy and Jules Arkin. Jill and Stanle) Arkin. David* and Happy Levy. Kllie and Mike Singer. Pearl and M..r'.\ I fitzi L: Norm,i and Donald Ho-enberg. Linda and Irwin Potash, Diane's mother and father. S>hia and Abe Savitz, Yal and Buddy Hart. Jewel and Gerard Mhainuck. Judy and Marty Smith and Ruby and Bert Josephson. YEA, BELIEVE IT OR NOT That smile on the lace of Sidney Schwart! idue to his wife Esthers latest kick I -ing a prized recipe of her grandmother, hsther lias been making rve bread. The bappj recipientof a loaf of homemade bread for the holidays can well gloat. It was delicious GOLFERS LADIES THAT IS The opening meeting and luncheon <>l the l>.i>shore Women's Golfers Association was fun Pearl Haberstadt and Dotty (Mrs. Henry i Morris planned a nice surprise As favor-, lluy presented each member with a Golf Ringer card and the association Year Book in a black leather folder. Among golfergood and bad. who attended the lun.heon were Sul (Mrs Louis Rothschild. R"/ 'Mis Bert Zuckcrman. Norms Mrs Morton) Steele. Mildred (Mrs Morn-' Gidney ijjtvia (Mrs. Alexanderi Rubin. Pete (Mrs Harold] Kassewitz, MrIda Cohen. MrTedi Steinhardt, Mrs Anne C. Corr.-in. and Micke) (Mrs. Murray i Sonnelt TAKE ME TO YOUR LEADER In Rome, leading the Hada-ah 60-day tOUT, is Kitt) (Mrs Samuel Z.) Sakrai-. who writes she s having a meat time and will be home in November THEY NEVER FORGET A New Year's message that lingerionin your mind. "In the New Year. ma) we come to realize that what we are iGod's gift to u— what we become is our gift to God Postn Philadelphia, n came from Rabbi Yaako* R berg, his Devorah and then Peninah ami Slurah — Frances Lehman Miami Beach Chapter of Mi/ rachi Women is startling Its new \ear by reinstalling officers who have guided the chapter during the past ve.ir in membership and fund raising. on Wedneada) at the Riti Plata Hot.!. Rabbi Joseph Rocfcovak) will induct MrRachel Kat/ Lau fer, president. MrPauline (Irun I Mrs Ida Weasel, honorary r residents; Mrs. Betty Shelter. MrMan M Somle. MrEthel Curson MrEli Gechman, Mrs Stoffer, MrBertha shat/. MrAnna (,elman. MrFannie Knobow, vice presidents; MrDavid Bergcr, Ireaaurer; Mrs. Sylvia Meyers Mrs David Berger, Mrs Julia 'lurk.: Mrs. Louis Lustif MrRaymond Bollock, secretaries; and the full Board of Dire. tors In charge of the aiiair are Mrs Ethel Cui v -oor. inaior a "m ooordinator Al "' "Mh. maintain. h I 1 t> I '...l.. II.. *l on li..m Peni "7. ul, kjl A\< lit*] Beth MosheHj Luncheon Slay \ Ladi, Will Ig|V( terho Popii October I \ ,,.[,,• ^ Circle Ri i iders Jtaf ley Tamb Jackson mbers circk will act -1 Rabbi Rii vein "'lh. Michcner ar.d Mrs. Dave Maiguliest left;, who held and congratulating Mr. and Mrs. Stanley a reception ior the Host Committee for the Stein, to be honored at the dinner Saturday Congregation Beth Torah Israel Dinner at evening. Oct. 23, at the Americana Hotel. r.eir home last week, joined dinner chairman Sen. William Proxmire will be guest speaker. Samuel Fox, and Mrs. Fox (right' in greeting Beth Torah Plans Dinner Tribute For Stanley Steins Members oi the Host Committee i ation Beth Torah i 'inn,%  of State wr; n % %  >n given bj Mr %  • \.at lg to coll ; i r on Saturday the Amei i -. Mr and Mrs Stanley Stein will Israel Con lation t the i thidinner co with Dr. Max \ Upsobitz, spiritual leader ol Congregation Beth Torah are Richard Sneider, con%  dinner chairman. and Stanle> and Irving New mat i chairmen Mr and Mrs Marguiies %  the 11• ~T Committee Ma) i ,; %  \ Snj 'I. r, oi the ( il •... b. is honorarj Sen. William Proxmire, of WisFlamingo Chapter Has Anniversary Grov insj up to 13" w as the t me "i the Flamingo Chapter, i B'rith, meeting on Saturday The affair marked the group's i>..r Mitzvefi year in the Hial. ah Miami Springs i nder President Mrs. Ted Robinson w uhonored Among guests were Samuel \< I iMTft president. B nai B nth District I Grand Lodge; Mrs. Nat II Levy, a past t>rcsident. BBW District 5; and MrStanley C C.oldI Di-trut ."> chapter <-onsultant Fntertainment featured the Partwns Trio In charge of reservaI (, r'.o | iOO AD1 nemo IM'Kto faculty members %  .lemeiitary schools The pro gram was initiated by .South Florida Council Anti-Defamation League of B'nai Brith. with 1 contribul the lHikto the chapter. The ADL books offer V the dates of important with their meanings ami bai complete glossarj of \I>L materials suitable lor alssWWWi use. consin, a noted champion of Israel and personal friend of Dr. Lipschiti will be a special guest at the dinner, coming at the personal invitation of the Beth Torah spiritual leader. Included on the Committi I lb.-;, for tin dim i %  i ','" I M \ %  %  SUPERB CATERING IN A LUXURIOUS NEW SETTING Miami's newest, most beautiful accomrr Jations for weddings, club luncheons, b; 5, bar mitzvahs,card parties, confirmations, ii etc. Parking on premises. 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October 15. 1965 + kl*t nrrtrffor Page 7-B ifVINSON MRS. EGGNA1I [h Torah USY irs Speaker Morris, < %  : the ipa] Court, adah Senior i SV ice brunch on MRS. SILVERS Goffers flecf Officers Newly fli cted offi< ers of the tenth Holers Golf Association of Coi .il Gabli 9 are Sam Elcook, president; Roberl Da ugh try, vice president; Harvej Gordon, treas urer: and Judge Milton A. Friedman, secretary. ,.il italtuch. director <>f announced thai Abraham Schorr inch in honor oi ol their daughter, Eln i< es began at u 30 i |ia|>el under the direcPatipa, religious vice %  !('! %  and .lo<". e i i ai ange ns were made ers Following received certifi Var in Abramowitz, ib> Cavell, Cheryl Schwartz Southeast Re and retiring presi Senior i SV in a plaque n I :. voted sei t pn icnl •-: to U 111! SIT, i • m 1963-64 Tolisi president %  %  %  i lolden >'Beth roi ith vice presi Zamora Women Feature Party "Sisterhood, to the Sound of Music" was presented .it the memberbring-a-member part) sponsored bj Temple Zamora Sisterhood on Wednesday, Directed by Mrs Jerome Leiberman, who also offered the narration, cast members included Mesdames Irving Klein, Joseph Ostrle, Louis Charter, Leon rlonig, Joe Kwart, Sam Altman. Philip Rubin. and Rita Gordon, pianist, Cultural chairman is Mrs Ike Gordon, with Mrs Israel Kussner, membership chairman. Improvement Amendment County Commissioner Joseph A. Boyd discussed Florida's Highway Improvemenl Amendment, uhich comes up for vote by residents of Florida on No* 2 before the Mi ami Beach Bar Assn luncheon meeting on Mondaj .it the li Lido Hotel Beth Sholom Arts Festival Launched Anew Beth Sholom set ond annual Festival ol the \rwill be inaug urated al a cocktail part) at the home ol Mrs Sylvia Silvers, B5< Q No Bay Rd, Miami Beach on Sunday from 3:30 to 5 p.m., according to an announcement b) Mrs. Seymour Silvi rman, pn sident of the Sisterhood of Temple Beth Sholom. The Beth Sholom Festival ol the Arts was so successful lasl year thai it i> now on the way to becoming a tradition at Beth Sholom." explained Mrs Silverman. "The book reviews, the concert, the art exhibits, which comprised the Festival lasl year, met with such universal acclaim that, oi course, we are going to repeat the pattern ti>i year In charge of the Beth sholom Festival Of the Arts this year are lira Meyer Bggnatz, chairman; Mrs. Stanle) Levinson and Mrs Aaron M Reder, co-chairmen, Memberships in the Beth Sholom Festival of the Arts are available to the general public at the Temple office. u z x r %  lo shows left to riqht Linda Buchwald and Lisa Newman. Jents in the Kindeiqa:!en and Nursery Department of the •le L'manu-El Solomon Schechter Day School, who find =.y to combine Jewish reliaious instruction with American Linda is spellinq out "am" in Hebrew, which means i," and U.S. while Lisa watches intently. Jerusalem Slated For 13-Day Cruise Next Passover By Special Report The Zim Lines popular cruise ship, Jerusalem, will make a 13day Passover cruise on the Mediterranean next April, during which she "ill serve as a hotel for helps ssengers tor five days and four nights in Israel, it was announced b) Alfred /. Kis. vice president for passenger traffic of the Zim Lines. The cruise will Include traditional Seder services aboard ship while at sea. Optional sight-seeing excursions will be available in Israel and at other ports of call at moderate prices. Kis said. The cruise begins at Marseilles on Apr. 3 and ends there on Apr. 16. In addition to Haifa, the Jerusalem will call at Piraeus, port of Athens, for a 10-hour visit and at Palermo, Sicily, where passengers will also have 10 hours for sight-seeing ashore. Fares for the cruise start at $310. The fully-air conditioned, stabilizer-equipped Jerusalem was built in 1957 and has been employed on the Zim Lines' Mediterranean and trans Atlantic routes. For six con secutive seasons, the liner cruised from U. S ports to the Caribbean. She boasts a full deck of public rooms. Lido Deck with outdoor swimming pool, movie theater, a synagogue, children's dining room land playroom and elevaters between decks. More than 80 percent of her cabins are outside, most with private or semi private facilities. Normally a two class liner with accommo. datlons for 570 passengers, the Jerusalem will be operated on a oneclass basis while cruising. I 1 Comes to the aid of the Party j Masterfully prepared cuisine and ~£0 magnificent atmosphere are combined to make any size funct, 0 n—from an intimate reception to the big wedding of the season — a brilliant success! Every detail is faultlessly attended to by the experienced and dedicated staff. the little difference* make the big difference Call Jacqu ei OstadalJE 2-2561 Beth Raphael Sisterhood Elects Mrs. Affachiner Mrs Max Aiachiner has been named president of the Beth Ra phael Sisterhood, it was an nounced by Rabbi Zevi Greenwald Mrs. Affachiner is president ol the l li Goodman Gr< p >>f Ha dassah. a direct! r i the l ad Auxiliary of the I rshv i Lodiii Knights of Pythi a i nber ol the Board of D re ol the Bis cayne Demoi is ac tive with the i h National Fund and Jew ar Vi terans THE III S < A Y N E T l: It IIA C E 340 Biscayne Boulevard • Miami, Florida FACING BISCAYNE BAY "WHIM THE STARS AND HEAVEN JOIN YOUR fESTIVITIES" AT THE BEAUTIFUL NEWLY DECORATED M Al.lK.lfi I IIAIJJCOOM SEATING UP TO 300 WEDDINGS • CONFIRMATIONS BANQUETS • RECEPTIONS LUNCHEONS • MEETINGS • • • CATERING Strictly Kosher Facilities Available Under Supervision of RABBI TIBOR H. STERN Miss SHIRLEY, Catering Manager, FR 9-3792 ,Want To Make An Impression? FOR YOUR NEXT :ATERED AFFAIR !" Weddin" • Bar Mitzvah Private Dinner Party or i .. %  I -on Call Mr Moss • Phone JE 1-3349 Ample Free Parking OOUTHGATE '1'oWERS 900 West Avenue. Miami Beach Have thai Business Meeting, Banquet, or Special Occasion You'll find complete facilities to exactly satisfy your needs in the Kismet, Aladdin, Scheherazade and Rubaiyat Rooms, be it for a wedding or a private party I lor Information! HAZEL ALLISON Catering Director, JE 1-6061 SMth SI. Collins Avo. V. 0CEANFRONT • 45th TO 47th STS. • MIAMI BEACH J\NV Auxiliary Meeting There was a i lar mi ling of the ECarrj H Con i Sui tside Ba> Harbor Auxilian at Lhe Town Hall on Wednesday evening. Plans arc completed tor tl annual card par I ty to be held on Nov. 16 al Tern ] pie Ner Tarn id.



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Face 8-3 #-*w/5f/fcrA*>r Frid da V-Octobers, 7acf Klnneret Chapter <>f Mizrachi Women. Shirley feels that providing an Orthodox Jewish back ground with observance of all the ceremonies and festivals, as weU as keeping ,i kosher home, is simple and easj to do it is also important for the children to have a nor al home life, even though the Rabbi's hours are Irri lar As much as possible, she goes with him on his calls, feeling the strong bond between her husband and her self, as well as the close ties with the congregation There's o time for golf, bul Shirlej always can find time to n Everj summer, the Schiffs take a vacation and are in the process >i seeing America firs! by car Howevei thej are oking forward to the daj when together they win be seeing Israel the ancient homeland •>! thru people *^ociiilite bu sjrSCIt>et C_^i Miss Cohnstein Weds Hollywood's Stephen Freed TAe Seville Hotel's AJhasnbra Room was the scene of the wedling Salt rday, Ocl 9 ol Paulette Sherry Cohnstein, daughter <>t Mr and MrPhilip Cohnstein. 5970 SW 13th Ter and Stephen David Freed, son i f Mr and Mrs Albert He'd. Hollywood, Fla. Officiating at the evening 11 mom was Rabbi David Shapiro, of Hollywood The bride is a graduate of Southwest High and the University of Miami, and is presentl) employed as a teacher in 'he Dade County school system The groom attended Jacksonville University ami the University of Miami He span! a year as an exchange student in Israel. He i< a Mason and is associated with Sears Roebuck and Company The brides gown, a family heir loom, was floor-length tulle and Belgian lace over ivory satin. The bouifant shoulder length veil cas carted from a crown of seed pearls and rhinestones The bride was attended by her sister. Joan Barbara Cohnstein. maid of honor. Bridesmaids were Lois Friedman. Pennie Davis, Helene Cohen. Bobbi Krupen. Elaine Burak. and Laura Coleman Junior bridesmaid was Robertj Meisel. and flower girl was Bilene Eisenberg. The groom was attended by his Belfer, Kap| Qn Exchange Yo w Zl**k Rsth %  on j* '" "rem-Wri -arseiuet" %  • %  : Meaner %  %  •: i m ^ % %  and' ) Certini>d from Pe 1-B nr ol the Dade Counts I Board, is active in and has bei cited by a veritable telei directory <>f civic, philan ic an I religious organizainrluding minx SOUS bar asnons. of which she is a Hi* ber. ili and Mrs. Sol Landau, of I %  David Congregation, will %  reception f<>r their oo p gre on Sunday at their home rove As has been the custom during previous Sukkoth holidays aboul members are expected t" Visit Also m the spun of the current holiday season, Mrs Leon Kron ish. wife of Beth Sholom's spun ual leader. Rabbi Leon Kn.nish. entertained Sisterhood members .:nd wives of new Temple mum bers at a morning coffee and afternoon tea on Tuesday at the Kroiush home on Prairie Ave. There ~JH~ a in flow ITS try ourn! BLOSSOM SHOP 1572 Washington Ave. Miami Beach CALL SYVIA MILSEN JE 2-3231 FREE DELIVERY ALL GREATER MIAMI A'RS. STIPHIN BRAUN Dr. Williams To Talk Before AJCong. Chapter Dr il l %  .... will in i -• %  meeting Gal les l hantei Won en's D sion Americi n Jew ish Cong i -on Thurs i. 21 I p.n the Ci 1.11 Gables Masonii I, 41 Valencia Ave According to progran i hair man. Mrs. Irvinj Quartin Dr Williams will speak on ["went) Years of United Nations Accomplishments -Can It Survii. Mrs Jeanette Stern, pn sidenl Miami (oral Cables Chapter will preside at the meeting DOMESTIC MAIDS RESTAURANT 4 HOTEL HELP A-l EMPLOYMENT Ph. FR 9-8401 ATTENTION! Jewish Home for the Aged THRIFT SHOP NEEDS YOUR DONATION NOW! •All items Tu Deductible" CALL 696-2101 r \i'. n B MKS. STIMItN rtuo brother. Charles Freed, best man. Ushers were Paul Derr. Gary Davidson, Harry Shoemaker. Stanley Katzman, Donald Downie and .ii hn Jones. Jr Junior usher was Barn Eisenberg .After a honeymoon in Nassau. the couple Will live in Key West Miss Jacobs Now Mrs. Braun The marriage f Miss June Car ol Jacobs, daughter <>f Mr and Mrs Julius Jacobs, "f Miami, and I och Sheldrake. N Y t.> Stephen Jay Braun son of Mr and MM Alexander Braun. of New York. planon Saturday, Oct 0 Ret Harold WoUdn performed the ceremony A reception was held at the Karmel Hotel. Loch Sheldiake, and the wedding guests were invited to remain overnight and participate at the wedding k-fasl on Sundaj The bride wore %  gown of oyster white peau de soie, trimmed with ilencon lace styled with a chapel train A crown of flowers and pearls held the silk tulle fin tjertip \ eil, and she carried %  bou quel <>: t hite i "-•-. an I lilies of the Kravetz sistei of on of honor nela Braun, nieces : i ro 'in were flowei girls i %  I brother cws ol carers il Sci Sit) i>f %  Mi 'i •• %  %  %  : Miami is as York and Sew %  The I came the for on S celona Hot< Rabin Mi at the 12 30 was %  Ho dinner at the The bride Sender \| K .: consul iv Mrs (Cap! Mr Kaplan Jewish and servi onist Orj Mrs 1.. ter's matroi Kadushin a Smt'i as bridesma For the nj \i rs chose .i Htti mo) .hue, silk peau de • %  with lonj ( ral tram II %  at ired reenfc ered beaded .. .n Uce i ed with see Is an d p ,^ The bride iuated -nk i ors from IV. ce FruantU varsity f Ha a wtth a, In social scii and JISQ'I School of IJ: Son of Mrs M Iren Better | Indian Creek :•• and tht | Samuel Belf: • • %  :,r.r ^ graduated ir %  • HiA in New Nork n has I de;m| business adn t ration !roa| University where i served as rtafl U r for the 1 mess Bulletin He is i ed with Hir-< I His brothei served as IK--' Following a hum .moon JI maica, Mr B< and his M ill li\e m V Beach MRS %  M fU the II mgi Forte Towers Hadassch Meet Belle Plaza Social Club 'la '. ,l Ulub met in i H" 'in •>! the Deau Hotel .HI Sunda) evening Ac ling to Mrs Fred tbrams, in charge ol arrangements some 125 -. les) ittended the affair Forte l sah w on Monda: lion Room A ipei scheduled foi ,ng, with %  %  titled II.. I Mr> Hei n il and Mrs M chairman %  %  struHj r j/ianl ']/>„ fer yo.ir pail f>>'l"*9* L^mi and Wr our H€W, Utrqcr fl"* J 923 ARTHUR GODFREY ROAD, MIAMI BEACH Porn i and W Idtnsj jf I 1IT2



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Friday. Cciober 15. 1965 •Jewish fhrHton Page 9-B tarmtna UOMKS, (v l> <£inm r i''l Ii.-linguished Service I ,. %  Mr and Mrs. Soy[, Silver man. For this spe,,nv Mrs. Silverman select|,. on iid satin gown with a r ; n;_ Dcor-length coat. The h, was tilted with V-decolleII am her skirt followed the \ silhouette. The bodice of jh-j and the sleeves of her I, heavily encrusted with Li • d stones and crystal It bei ds. oj Belli Sholoms spiritual 11 tin. Leon Kronish, chase Ja white chiffon sheath with a leaf In:''it i-nated with crystal and ine bugle beads. The |v tlj formal evening was re• n i! t n t with magnifieent [. Mrs, James M. Albert. huthand was dinner chair[man, thru* white brocade with am crystal beading detail11 n g hi.' three quarter length Mrs. A. J. Cantor's gown i> of white jeweled lace over irquoise Paris pink was the collor of tilt nialelas.se ensemble >rn K Mrs. Max Weitz. Her louson bodice was in silk crepe. •ul lie.. i. set was hip-length. in I.lack. rust, and gold uith the print detailed in gold bugle beads Her ensemble was in three nieces with a hip length overblouse ovei a sheath skirt and a chanel styled jacket. White Alaskan silk was the choice of Mrs. I,eo Gardner. Her full-length coat was in the same fabric, and the bodice of her gown was softly trimmed with white silk niching and clear crystals. Mrs. Irving Kaplan's brocade was in a muted champagne color, and featured a slashed bateau neckline which dipped to a decollete back line. [I was worn with a matching longsleeved jacket • • lAfHITE chiffon, in the sheath !" silhouette, and completely covered with iridescent sequins, was Mrs Leo Levin's choice for the dinner dance. Her scooped neckline was banded with silverlined bugle beads. Mrs. Anne Grossman's pastel floral brocade was strapless and trimmed with a wide 'and of ranch mink which encircled 'V top of her gown. Rabbi and Mrs. Kronish's daughter. Miss Maxine Kronish. wore a white lace over lemon yellow which she bought while in Israel Mrs A. ('. Fine selected a beige chiffon gown with an empire waistline, Her bodice was jeweled uith silver and beige bugle and caviar beads. Black silk crepe with a sweetheart neckline and cap sleeves was worn by Mrs. Hy Solz. Shocking pink crepe with sequins and bugle beads embroidered into floral motifs was the choice of Mrs. Gerald Schwartz. Mrs Saul Morgan looked stunning in her pastel floral brocade gown and matching full-length coat. Scattered over the watercolor brocade were cut velvet flowers, and self-fabric over buttons were prominent on her coat. T forms Men's Club "Join the Newly Organize) Men's Club" is the slogan at thi YMHA. 8500 SW 8th St. Th.i group, dedicated to service tor the "Y," is open to all men. Next meeting was to be held Thursday, 8 p.m.. in the Golden Key Icoom at the "Y." M f |RS. 1 is F. Snetman, whose husband is Temple praei%  i t. was in a white brocade with red satin full-length coat which liealured the Oriental influence | in the neckline and deep slits %  along "i sides Mrs Jonas Brot\htt Mrs David Drucker's ii A el-tone red satin was trimmed with gold and red sequins on the ire dice. Mrs Walter Lebowitz' gown is ni.-.dt in Mexico city and i ituri', ;.:i imported cotton print MBS. ALEXANDER ABBATl Abbate, Forte Exchange Vows The former Eileen Forte and Alexander Abbate are on an extended honeymoon in Hawaii. On their return from the wedding trip, the couple will live in Old Westbury. L. I. Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Michael Forte, the bride and her groom exchanged nuptial vows in Mr. and Mrs. David Bloom, of AkLong Island. One of the social highron. O., and the Marlborough lights of the season, the rites were Mouse, Miami Beach, announce the followed by a huge guest and famengagement of their daughter, Eiiiy party at the exclusive Old Westleen Edith, to Robert Jay Handelsbury Country Club, Old Westbury. man. son of Mr. and Mrs. Herbert L. I. Handelsman. of Treasure Island. The Miss Bloom Will Wed TV Teacher MBS. NHL DUBIN MUSIC ENTERTAINMENT BOB NOVACK ORCHESTRAS INSURE THE SUCCCtS OF WfODINGS • BAB MITZVAHS AND AU SOCIAL FUNCTIONS Orchestras-Trios-Accordionists Dubins To Live in Beverly Hills Linda Mandelstam, "Miss Miami ol 1964." exchanged nuptial vows with Neil Dubin at the Dip Countrj Club on Saturday, Oct 9 Officiating rabbi was Dr Irving I. hi man Daughter ol Mr and Mrs Charles Mandelstam. .12911 Aural;.! R Keystone PI the bri le is a ate ol North Miami Senior High and attended the Universilj I ^< ami, where she majored in music, and was a member of the University Concert Choir Until her mar., she was employed bj National Airline.as a stewardess son of Mr and Mrs Samuel Dubin. Neil is a graduate ol the University of Southern California and now ia business executive m Los Angeles On their return from a honeymoon in Hawaii and the South l'acdic. the couple will live in Beverls Hills. Calif. formerly of Merrick Estates. L. I, Miss Bloom Is a graduate of Buchtel High School, the Florida College of Medical Technology and Lincoln College. She served as vice president of Alpha Delta Theta Sorority and is presently employed by a surgeon in Miami Beach. Her fiance is a graduate of Adelphi University in Garden City. N Y.. and earned an MA degree from Middlebury College. Vt. Handel-man has done graduate work in romance languages at New York University and Columbia University. The future groom is a member of Tan Fpsilon Phi Fraternity. Sigma Delta Pi National Honorary, and the Gold Key Club. He ipresently employed by the Dado County Public Schools as a television teacher in thp Foreign LanIge Department of WTHS-TV, Miami. The wedding is set for Dee 26, in Akron. 0 After a honeymoon in Jamaica, the couple will live in Miami. bridegroom, a graduate of New York University School of Business Administration, is associated with his father in the wrought iron furniture business. Members of the Forte family, owner-builders of Forte Towers. have just returned from New York where they attended the ceremony and reception. MISS man BLOOM Discussion Forum Slated By Section Mrs. William I Brenner, president announces that the Greater Miami Section of the National Council of Jewish Women will hold its annual discussion forum on Friday, Oct 22. at 10 a.m.. in the vfayfair Art Theater. 1605 Biscayne Blvd. Tom A lams, secretary of state; Bi ward Williams, state treasurer; and Karl Faircloth, attorney general, will discuss issueand the functions of their offices The program is part of NCJW'a Public Allans Department under direction of Mrs. Irving Wexlet-, vice president of the Section, with the assistance of Mrs William i'"" n ml • ai d di -ii.u group chairman, and Mrs. Philip Pearlman, legislation chairman. Greater Miami Section's divisions will participate in the day Division vice presidents of public affairs are Mrs Samuel l-'eldn'.an. Bay; Mrs Warren Zundell, Coral; Mrs Myron Fisher, Evening; Mrs Benjamin Greene, Indian Creek; Mrs. David Brezin, Island-; Mrs S Kiv Kaplan. Lincoln; Mrs. Philip Bloom. Shores; Mrs. Norman C han, South Dude. C0MF, SEE ^DELPHI'S new, beautiful, North Miami School Please consult your Phone Book Yellow Pages for a concise summary of o.iifine tutoring services. 12390 W. Oixie Hwy. PI 7-7624 J^VV^^^s^^^^***^^****^***^ ABE ALEXANDER Announces KENT FURNITURE OXFORD SEATING CORPORATION fOUff CONTRACT DIVISION) I OPtN 7 AM. %  9 PJM. Some Doy Service Ntvtr An Extra Chiiroe k -. AAAAAAAAAAA ^^ Ada, .as. %  % %  NOW AT NEW 401 ADDRESS NEW PHONE N.W. 71st 758-8735 ST. about gathered for you Miriam Field Ma rk Twain's word) "If the statistics are right, the Jews constitute hut one percent of the human race. It suggests a nebulous Jim puff of star Just lost in the blaze of the Milky Way. Properly the Jew ought hardly to he heard of; but he is heard of. has always been heard of. He has made a marvelous fight in this world, in all the ages anJ he has done it with his hands tied behind him What is the secret of his immortality'" Sukkos reaches its climax with the Rejoicing of the I aw. a celebration thai was once known as the Day of the Book. Certainly, it is fitting for the People of the Book to celebrate the Day of the Book, for it symbolizes the wholehearted jo>ous Jewish commitment to the Torah and the illuminating concepts that the Torah represents. Is this perhaps the answer to Mark Twain'* almost unanswerable question? •'/ think it strange." commented the trench philosopher Pascal, "thul the first law of the world happens to be the most perfi i. to that the greatest legislators have borrowed their laws from it." C|\o. in honor or Sukkos, make this apple confection. (Didn't your mother make it in the good old golden days?) APPLE FLUOEM 3 cups chopped peeled baking apples }4 cup sugar %  '4 cup golden raisins Vi cup chopped Planters Blanched Almonds 3 tablespoons flour %  1 teaspoon cinnamon 1 1 teaspoon nutmeg 2 V? cups unsifted flour 2 teaspoons baking powder IV2 teaspoons salt • 2 eggs i/} cup Planters Peanut Oil • 'i cup water Vj cup sugar • 1 > 2 tsps vanilla entract Confectioners' sugar frosting Mix chopped apples,' cup sugar, ralsias, chopped iiinioiuls. 3 labtespooos flour, ciniuiiiion and nutmeg. Set aside. Ilk-nd 2Vi cups flour nilli baking powder and -all. Beat eggs, Planters Oil, water. Vi cup sugar, vanilla extract. Gradually slir in Hour mixture iinlil well blended I urn oiiio well floured board; with floured hands shape into a hull and divide inlo 3 equal pieces. Roll Dili one piece 10 "> square Put in oiled 1 square baking pan. Covet wiih hall of apple mixture. Koll nut second pie> "i dough to 'i square. Place over apple mixture. < our with rest of rilling Koll 0111 third piece ol dough 10 9 square. Place ovei second apple layei to form top crust. Make sins lor steam to escape, Bake at 350 i about frO to 70 minutes. or until done. While warm, top with coafect toners' sugar frosting. < I" inlo squares Se r v es 12 festively. "tC^he commandments aie sweeter than honey," sang the Psalmist and ^e liketodramaiizethisdeliciousl) foi our children b> providing .1 sweet treat or twoonSimhas rOrah Cand) is dandy. especially when you're talented enough to make ii yourself! Ir> youi hand at RICH FRENCH FUDGE 2 cups sugar 1 tbsp Chase & Sanborn Instant Coffe i B tsp salt • 3 J cup heavy cream V2 cup milk • 1 tbsp light corn syrup 1 tsp vanilla In pan blend sugar, Chase Ssnboni Instant Coffee, sail, cream, milk and corn syrup. Cook, stirring, over low heat until, mixture conies to a boil. Continue cooking to 244 F. 1 when small amount dropped! into cold wuler forms a soft pliable bant. Reaaovc from heat and cool to lukewarm (I HIT. 1. Add vanilla and brat until fudge : loses its shiny look, becoming soft an* r com I'our at. m-e ml ohghtlv oiled shallow pan. Cool. Cut into squares and s*rve., Makes une pound of rich French fudge I — i Again, I bring you happy holiday peel ings from the makers of Chase A Savrborn Coffees and Planters Od. famous products, strictly kosher, that make feSliv* menu even more to MANNA ABOUT TOWN IS A STANDARD BRANDS EXCLUSIVE EXCLUSIVELY FOR THE BRIGHT YOUNG HOMEMAKER



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+Jimi<*nrrrt*9r T*im •Sfc Benjamin Meyers to be Honored Nov. \\ By the Bureau of Jewish Education Here -• • %  • •• %  7~. -=C .; i L — ~z J9- •- o--t~** ,-. £*."• = .-aKrvce -i formation 24 aa.-s aoc Ha MMlM •" -iimm#f we EiKuno Boa'd ;re A/*r--Oe i aTvar>o*i Laaave • -*—;-9* •** Board o* 0>rc •or* 9* tSve *ew w "J-K for tfte I jwn K) i %  %  e^oe* o* ***• =-*' •* TfWfeM o* Temple E----EL %  cm MMfcaatw C^sr Wiling Hao? Piuutl ri&z&r. £ Afaoa £ Crxrr. Heroer BmcbwaU lack ";* aberi? Howard Bakporn Gr** Br>d-e Anne Real Z-.-. AdMf %¡ &• £ Rabin Natt Rose ----. Mams £C:JC-JCL l.v.r pictured ler • %  : .-.,::: -e Judge .' ; -^Z'-"America wj BOB Rabbi S T Sw-^sry Morrjs S -en. Mci akn olac* oc Saturday evening Ko E -. PammM LOOM B Radndc. Mas He-.Rate UHIAMU* Hi iP, "_ ; DO. lo Mai Kxraem pi &• ffi*icr. and A-Ib4B TnenewYMH/ -~. will .-* AM %  > %  ZOA Presto >unal AIM %  •CVUL, fmai a* ccranittee are r :ed Baa A • Arrow imffliffinT fcx the ----Sam Lorine and Gil Rappa poi Social Security for Age 72 By MARSHALL WISE District Manager Mi am. C>ict Eta r 72 wnc "sa^e eooujjb ia| security credit to m t menta. fetto ual r, a worker needed at as ,ix quarters of COM suit a > ear and a half of A -*rk. to -t monthly benefits. I'rider a new -oviaiofw, benefitA may be paid at of 72 or bter to a worker ar.d tbe oe -r the rl depend '-fee wtdfrw a^e ierae-: Mffccf died or rea<-1 --> A man 7 or -^rJer .an 72 or aV m IM& "leeda juat three quarter* of I rouiihtv nine moaUha of vork A ma 7; or a •oman 72 in IMS i — %  -:' oaw year 74 or a s.x r x-. *ho tiuak* bojual-':utdcr GUBUct h;j local VJT >: There are four -• officer in the Miami arare M 23) No Mu a.-wl IX> Nl A a>r>jnitt'* Ave B — ek and 4*0 E IL.leaf. br rfrah Meyer to Preside At Hebrew Univ. Convocation Here Bar k ile;. er V tad pta. %  i %  Meyer is o'o"'ie "p endeavor • A I'aiverait) -mer tnp a rootributor ( ver and the F TI %  %  •r'.ila Atlantic m i I>jle J •r College of • Fu "' %  %  Suuthea,^' % %  Mayor EUiocl • elt. ui Mi-mi Beach .,! -he : M | Schwartz Joins Keyes Company J rappa". ice pr eral j I %  administrate He i I .. 1*5119S3 • i en \ears. and iman for Paul Besi member Lodse a 32no iegte. Ma> ar.U Vallev Scut: Mnwrxoftbe M*hi Shru* IA of Hor.iir -, L V> Me and h.. *ife 0U 1st AtC v*' •



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Friday, October 15. 1965 *Je*lsHhxkHan Page 1 IE Beth Sholom Hears Gen. Weizmann; $517,000 in Israel Bonds are Purchased BUH JORAH PLANS DINNER PAGE 6 B MOLASKY TO GET AWARD PAGl 8 8 than the Temple 13" persons attending B. es|>en.ilh since the Sinai Campaign in He emphasiied the importance cf the economic aid which Israel receives through the Israel Bond program and particularly lauded the role of the Jewish community of Miami in the Bond effort, declaring: "We deeply appreciate this." In i mse to Gen. VYei/.mann's and to an ap|>e;il made hy Kronish. spiritual leadpie Beth Sholom. and of tin 1 Greater Miami d i irganization, members lienee purchased in ex 17,000 in Israel Bon Is tribute was paid to Mr Seymour Silverman, who Dr. Maisel Joins Hope School Staff Sis I senberg, life president of '• ne School, announces the ap•ii of Dr. Biehard Maisel ifl psychologist for the pioDade institution. Dr Maisel, a native of Miami. received his l*hl> decree from the prsirj i>f Miami, and recently i.| his position with the I'County Chilil Guidance <'Imc <-pt the Hope School's staff on, %  School, established in 1953, ia non-profit, non-sectarian inich helps train mentali hildren three years in Executive director >! is Mis Judj Holland i ,cho >1 facilited .:i 666 SW Itt St, %  enrollment is sunn101 itii 50 percenl of the in residence and tte rei r .n day school. received the Israel Distinguished Service Award. A highiignt of the program ;i< a ceremony conducted hy Rabbi Leon Kronish of the kindling <>i a 17-branch menorah in commemoration of Israel IT years of Statehood. Taking part in the ceremon) were Mr. and Mis .\ fj. Pine, torchbearers, Mr and Mrs. Jonas J. Brotman. holders of the pilot, and the candlelighters who con sisted ol Mr ami Mrs William Agranove, Abram Make". Mrs Prances Beckerman, Mr. and Mrs .lack A. Can tor. Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Cooper. Mr. and MrMorris Cooper. Mr Ml I Mi Leon Ell, Mr and Mrs Joseph Epstein, Mr and Mrs. Sam leiiistein. Mrs Inez Krensky. Mr and Mrs. ,\ic rris Lipp. Mrs Rose Newman. Mr and Mrs David Ponve, Mr and Mrs David Pro \iis. Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin llimer. Mr and Mis Fred Soineislcm. anil Mr and Mrs, Max Welt/. Dinner chairman was Louis F. Snctinan, Temple president. Serving as toast master was .lames M. Albeii Df?. RICHAPS MAr.il Menorah Ladies Set Performance i %  World of Sholom Aleichem" Marino, former owi r. — presented bj Temple Men an{ | directoi ol tte Gallery Plaj S terhood on Saturday eve Q ase am| producer is Lewis Stern. 0 p in at Uic Temple So Mali Mrs Saul Stracli'iian ami Mrs %  formers will be professional Jerrj Lelchuk are co-chairmen. irs and singers from the New and tickets can be obtained at the rk theatre. The director is Ralph temple oft ice. BRING THE BUNCH TO tUNCH From 95c Robin Hood, ^ajF^E5TioaaG£ g OPEN DAItY FOR IUNCH AND DINNER Mon Thru Sat. 11:30 a m. to 2 .i m. iiiino.iy from 4 p.m. to 2 a.m. COCKTAILS From 65c 4 to 6 Hot A Cold Hors D'oeuvres Reservations 371-2621 Biscayne Blvd. at N.E. 36th St. Temple Beth Sholom Israel Dinner of State last Saturday night at the Doral Beach Hotel, where 450 guests purchased S517.000 in Israel Bonds, was the occas ; on for the presentation of Israel's Distinguished Service Award to Mr. and Mrs. Seymour Silveimcn (right) in a ceremony conducted by Rabbi Leon Kronish, spiritual leader of Temple Beth Sholom and and chaiiman of the Greater Miami Israel Bond Organization and Gen. Ezer Weizmann, Commander-in-Chief of Israel's Air Force. Dr. Hurwitz Heads Mt Sinai Hospital Surgical Services Dr. Alfred Hurwitz, New England surgeon-educator, has been named as director of surgical services at .Mount Sinai Hospital, according to an announcement by Leonard Abess, president of the hospital's Board of Trustees. "Dr. Hurwitz will be in charge ot the hospital's entire surgical service and, as such, responsible for the further development of the on-going educational and research program with supervision of the total practice of surgery at Mount Sinai." Abess declared. Author of over 70 published papers of scientific interest. Dr. Horwiti is also senior author of "Milestors in Modern Surgery" and co-author of "The Craft of Surgery," textbooks used in medical schools throughout the country. He comes to Mount Sinai from Maine Medical Center, Portland, Me., where he was director of surgical research. Prior to that. Dr. Hurwitz was at nonides Hospital, Brooklyn, here he was director of surgery for eight years currently with being professor of surgery at Downstate Medical School He is a graduate of Harvard and the .1' hns Hopkins Schqpl of Medicine and had bis internship and surgical residency at Beth Israel Hospital. Boston. Following that, he was the recipient of a fellowship in thoracic surgery at Massachusetts General Hospital. Dr. Hurwitz holds a Presidential Citation and Bronze star. in addition to five Campaign Ribbons for his service in the United States Army. He is a member of the editorial beard e.t" the "Journal of Surgery" and a fellow ol the American Coli of Surgeons and the American Surgical Association. Dr Hurvvitz i also a member of the American Board of Surgery and the American Hoard of Thoracic Surgery. Opti-Mrs. Club Opens Season At Meeting Here Kirs! general meeting of thi Opti-Mrs. Club (it Miami Be was held on Tuesday at the Ban lona Hotel. Following women were reco nized bj Mrs. Sj Silverman. predent: Mrs Leonard Abel. Mis. Ji Feinstein, Mrs. Edwin Tenig, Mi Wallace Levin, M.s. Morton Ma!' Vis Lee Pines, Mrs. Sam Rabi n, Mrs Marvin Stonbciv Ml Mel Victor. Mis MUton Olkin, program rfiaj man for the day. introduced Pa Ma—on Wine Co. executive, "I gl ve a talk on the origin of wine Main project of the Opti Mi CkMJ of Miami Beadl is a shola -hip program for emotionally-d tin bed (hildren at the Montana Clinical School in Hialeah. KING ARTHUR'S COURT STROLLING VIOLINS DINNER • SUPPER MIAMI SPRINGS VILLAS 500 Deer Ron • TU 8-4521 ART BRUNS, Co-Owner MORRIS 8, RUTH LERNER HARRY ZUCKERMAN Catering for All Occasions sfsfab/ijlied in 1945 PARKING FACILITIES FAMOUS 671 WASHINGTON AVE. 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Pace 12-B +Jel*tntrkltor Fricc y Cciober K 1* iba Fonberg are named Jewish National Fund z: z meeting here of the JNF Council of mi The couple %  • %  z s :.:e:. for cssistcnce in upfc lilding Me Arr.. "..".is community s sister city in Israel, established undei JNF auspices. Shown congratulating the Fonoergs is Leon J. Eli. honorary president of the Council. Giller to Receive Sixth Annual ZOA Service to Israel Award Here Nov. 14 Dr Irving Lehrman. a national ret lent of trie Zionist Ornation of America, announced •sednesday that Ben Giller has been rejected to receive the Servce to Uraei Award for 1965 This will be sixth annual award -n by the Zionist Organization America to an outstanding com.-,.".•;• leader of South Florida The award will be conferred up:.-. Guler at the annual dinner cance Of the South F.onda Die''. tin 7 ni-t Organization America or. Sunday evening, 14. at the Fontainebleau Giller. wtc is presently tervno his third term as president of the Miami Beach Zionist DisBfV GIUW WE SPECIALIZE in CONDOLENCE BASKETS From $7 50 We Deliver FRUIT CIRCUS 1789 e..MiNl oiVD FR 4-2710 FR 4-8783 Miami Beach Attorney Harry B, Smith Elected National AEPi Frat President triet, the largest ZOA District in the Southeast United States, has been active in nearly every phase of Jewish activity here. A resident in Florida for the past S3 years. Giller has lived in Miami Beach for the past 31 years and is founder and president of the Ciller Con!trution Company, later known as the Giller -Fryd Construction Company He was responsible for building a large percentace of the hotels, apartment house* and homes in the area He was one of the organizers of Washington Federal Savings and Loss Association and ha* served for many years as senior vice president He is on the advisory hoard of the Jefferson National Hank of Miami Beach and is president and director of the City National Bank of Cocoa. FU Giller has served for many years on the Board of Directors of the ter Miami Jewish Corr.mun* '"enter, now the "Y" and on f Governors of the ter Miami Jewish Federawhere be hat been a member et Committee He has ed i \ %  k special tending effort the pr< the ZOA, and especially of his leader•J the youth program of the organization Giller m the first chairman of the Cavalcade of Israel Stars pre* nted each year bj the ZOA for the benefit of the tion'i youth and camp scholarship programs. %  %  S %  roi i the L' of M th< Appellate Honor I tor for thi L'niversit) of Miami Law Review Smith was a charter member of Alpha Epstlon Pi Fraternity, and ed a its president. Since 1950 he has worked on a national level for the fraternity in the capacities of regional goxemor. member of the Supreme Board of Governors, and all offices leading to national president Alpha Epsilon Pi is one of the largest college campus fraterni Cap*. Glasser Will Serve In Florida At Tyndall AFB Dr. (Capt i Marshall A Glasser. son of Doctor and Mrs Morris M Glasser. of Brookline Haas has completed the orientation course for officers of the I'.S. Air Force Medical Service at Guntr AFB. A!a and is beine assigned to *he dental staff at Tyndall AFB. Fla A graduate of Brookline High School. Dr Glasser reci HMD degree from Tufts Dental School at Boston He of Alpha FpMlon Pi and Alpha Omesa Fran-rmties His a %  Mi redith. is the daugh ter of Mr and Mrs Philip I man. 9oti Ba> Dr Mian Bi %  %  %  for l %  Extcul %  hV.*f?r B. '. %  National Newspaper Week Gets Greeting From Johnson as Guardian of Freedom National Newspaper Week Is being observed across the countrs •his week President Johnson has taken note of the 26-year-old celebration with I greetings and special praise for spapers and their readers iwho i are partners in freedom In his message, the President -aid that "Too often taken for granted. America's countless daily and weekly newspapers have been vital guardians of her time-honored traditions and eloquent spokesmen for the cherished ideals of her freedom-loving people" The President declared that 'Taken together, our nation's newspapers constitute the world's most responsible and effective organ of current information." He added It la up to us to safeguard the freedom of our papers to inquire, to criticize, to express divergent views and to stand u er.tim for the public wherever the | • •-••'•••-%  being. U Sewspapi r Week was naugurated i to >' v throll ^ spspers in d 'hi;. %  round irram of education .. %  •.formatm sponsored by the Ni kper ls| lie Information tttee < Newspaper A — representing 10 % %  ipen i the United States I lion circulation Convention Report Slated I R Goodman Professional G ro hold its recu.ar m -hip meeting on p m at the South SI Miami Beach Fed ington A\e Mn president. will give the highlights of I nl S* tional li which si • • .i % %  meed to GREATER MIAMI Take c ne I • • •• •• j i c. • .. -• Wdo Ullc V J g-4994 WUCOM ancoansi Use i• ceaaea M hi • Hi— Ct,_ Pleas* IMM the Wclco no. mi coo en mo. I wevld like to subso Th* Jw !h Floridion fill c>* -c -pen and C •:. c'ion O'P' M.P.C. Eo 2973. M O The City of Miami has been awarded the prized Christopher D. Smothers Foundation, Inc.. trophy shown here being displayed by Sen;or Judge Milton A. Friedman, who accepted the bronze plague given for outstandina contributions toward rehabilitating alcohol addicts. The award was made at the National Association of Municipal Judges convention held recently in Montreal for work done by the Miami Municipal Court Alcoholic Rehabilitation Program, which Judge Friedman originated in 1963. ANSWERITE TELEPHONE ANSWERING SERVICE — Serving JEFflRSON U' s HIGHLAND tc ''* im MURRAY P' i:A NtWTON FR 3-5581 YOUR TELEPHONE PROPERLY ANSWERED IS YOUR GREATEST BUSINESS ASSET



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Ly.Ocioberl5^335_ +Jewlst nor Mian Page 13-B rins to Play In Duo-Piano Program Sunday • %  ni duo -piano music Room of the Musicians Club of I by 15-year-old Ameriia, 303 Minorca Ave.. Coral Ste< :i Vann. Gables. .\ 4 ,,ni •• the Dixie The twins are the tons >f Mr. 1851 S w Ronald Poder satunlay. Oct 16. Ronald, ',' v „ | Mrs. Samuel Puder. ny ( i' PL. WlH become Bar Beth David Congregate.. |; lit a< ~ I hi N ,„ an eighth grade stu\Iiami Junior High, %  David's sixth grade School. He plays the • e M boo! concert -,. i' and engages ; articularly swimming roll student at Ponce Junior High and studies the piano He is also a member of Boy Scout Troop 64, collects coins, stamps, rocks and shells. His grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Platt. and Mr anil Mrs Hy Morris, of Dade County, and greatgrandmotber, Mrs. Frances Berner, will celebrate the occasion rani is 'he nephew of than Mendelson. of Shaar Synagogue Myron Goldstein On Saturday. Oct 16, Myron Goldstein, > n of Mr and Mrs George Goldstein, win N\v 9th Ct.. Montreal, will be Bar Mitzvah at Young Israel of Greater Miami. Myron is an eighth grade honor student at the Horace Mann Junior High s hool in Miami, and Is an all-around athlete and Mrs Louis Vann 36th Ave Miami They have studied with Peggy I Neighbors Bruin for six years. They were twice soloists with the Miami Symphonic Society Orchestra, and were duo pianists with the Miami Beach Symphony Orchestra The boys are scholarship winners of the Coral Gables Music Club, Young Artist winners of the Miami Music Club, and top state winners of the National Federation of Music Clubs. They won a scholarship to Florida State University Music Camp, and played a duo-piano program for the 33rd biennial convention of the National Federation of Music ('hib> at Miami Beach Both are honor students at Coral Cables Senior High School, wh.-re they play trombone in the Band of Distinction The program on Sunday will feature works by Bach, Mozart, Rachmaninoff, DeFalla Gershwin and Grieg Martin and Steven Vann discuss the program of duo-piano music they will perform on Sunday at the Musicians Club o: America in Coral Gables. lOHilD PUDtR A*0N MANOU mdmother, Mrs J. : Newark. S .1 will Bar Mit/\ ah ceremony %  being hi Id il Spei • evening Aron Mandel .an ol Aron Mandel was at the Cuban Hi brew M. n. 12 4 2 Washington Saturday, Sept. 18. if Mr and Mrs Here ManKspanola Way. the cele. attends Ida M. Fisher Junior School • • Bert Caskill Saturday morning. Oct. 16, Ira Caskill. son of Mrs. Au.skill and the late Isidor will be Bar Mitzvah at Ner Tamid. • is a student at Nautilus nor High and Temple Ner TamReugious School. He is a sports ist and a philatelist, it of town guests include Mr. I Mrs Arthur Rubin and Mrs. Kornblaw, uncle and aunts New York. • • Fredric Lanes ^redric Alan, son of Mr. and Earte Lanes, 1150 NE 178th No Miami Beach, will be• lUir Mitzvah on Saturday. 11. at Beth Torah Congrega< lebrant will be presented I I Bible on behalf of the Moihaner Sisterhood. •:; ic is an eighth grade stuit John F. Kennedy Junior School. • Aaron Morris %  il Myles Morris son of Mr : Mrs Melvin Morris. IM-M Ann Rd Coral Cables, will be Mitzvah at Temple Judea on IJ morning, Oct. 16. 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%  -;* 14 B +JmlstfkrHtor Friday O4 ^ber 13. isp Dr. Beckwitt, Pioneer Miamian, Passes At Age 77 e I TJ Dr 3eckv. optometrist. ed a: 2^1 >'* HI 91 tmi r'.-r.e 1906 from Ne V ith his son. Dr. Jule* Beck %  -ated an ptxai shop at 36 ; E ie. Dr. Be


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Uy. October 15. 1965 *Jel*t' nrrlattrtr Page 15-B LEGAL NOTICE n JUDGE'S COURT : CVDFCOUNTY. N PROBATE hU o 68?: 6 A TO CREDITOR. I Said t %  notified and v ,„ „ i) have ag.i.nsi is It v VSI ,.,.. r n I" irlda. i ...:... Coun..,,,..in dtipll' at. and \ I inty, i r• nd "h from I mblicutlon here. ,, ... Klorida, this lat v I i • I ;|. l-.ci.-KNTII \l. \. Kxf. ittor %  "f ii'l notice on I rs j ORINDWKRO I Miami. Wj c CIRCUIT COURT OP THE l'\L fi'DiClAL CIRCUIT IN AND TXS OADE COUNTY. FLORIDA F IN CHANCERY No. 6&C 10006 (King) KWART. el ..1 %  >' -•KKNSKN. el al a PUBLICATION MS'.l'h. .IK .,._. direoUM %  <"•} trustee I'..M •NSIMKl. .-, .. INC ;, .M--..IV. .1 .. .rntlon i..ii Avenue North Curolun i KKBY NOTIFIED that h „, been fUed sgalnel IBRT STEWART and h'WAUT. a k-a >' ~ v N J s SAN ETHEL .., KVSIE ETHEL % %  %  % % %  '"";' : rtgagi eneun herlnjc in* rotI ,.,| real property. sit. .. „,>. Florida, to-wlt I •,,.. Northeast corner I ..< III. v • • 11B hlp 36 Sooth, Rang* Bast I < %  < < % %  West along the th. si". I i of the SB -. linn 670.41 feet to -. • %  M corner ol thi SE I .... -i; 4 ..,• the W I • ••' aaM continue Weal %  %  South iiaralli i to ",. • l ,.l mid Section IS, • % %  point of beirinnlnc ••• in* r land h< n Inafti i di w ilb< fl; i ,, rallrl to the East ., ,| Section IS. 1 — • ,:,.,,. •• u. -i parallel "• the Hn. f Ih. SK l • of In* NB I i. •.. f.. • ih. i North parallel to i of said Section is. IH .. Baai 93 feel to in* nnitur, Vtil' VRI HEREBY required to ;.. u f your Answer or other vi |>icidin M nai'l Complaint tiff, attorney. ROBERl H. ::. dUl'Olit Building. Ml-, Klorlda and file the original In Mi. Office of the Clerk of hnvi • i. i < tourl "ii "i" before loth .1.1 ^ %  I November, IMS: other. Ii. gallons • lalned tin re•'! hi •., • II aa < %  sed l" i.... i. Pro Confess*) ;ll he • %  ..I against you for the relief i,-l < .in ald Complain, -.-I s, • ....I,, i JO |M.;:.. i: n i r v rilKUM \\'. CterK i lit K M 1 YMAN l., )utj ierk i" • VOTICF UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW i is III:I:I:I-.Y mv'BN th n i il<-x|rlnu i • i -i •,. uname ..' \ •, ,i STI, "S at n I i ..• f 'hi i'ir: %  v %  %  i. r. .'. b -i \\ NOT'Cr l-NOFR Flf IE LAM %  %  %  • l-l: SYVII. MAIUJ IF COUNTY Jl DGE-^ COURT IN AND FOR DAOE COUNTY. FLORIDA IN PROBATE No 68113-A IV UK: V. uviNii i. s nin'Ki.i-ni i •.,. NOTICE TO CREDITORS T i Ml i i. lii.,i. and Ml l'i % %  HaA 1 "I..in.or I '• inn I.I ••• Von ,n. hi reb> i ol Ifled and reI t. %  I.I .r \ • i %  II mils which you may have againat -t:.i. ..i niviNi; I. Sl"K|. i. .l.lt v .i late of i ...i. 'ot|iit). K %  I.I. in ili.County Judgei of Hadi I' 'inly. ..n I fi I %  mil .iprovided In Section i I' "I I'lU Sl.l'ill.— II. i i .... •l" %  i'oiinr> Oourthouae 'ii Dade I'.-UII< Klcaidu, iiliin Blx .I .nl. II • %  I .in (he time of the iiii ptililica lion hereof, or the name :ll bi lair %  %  i Ifcvted ..I Miami, Klorlda, thli d.iy of A ugua i \ I. ... I:NSIK STTUfTCLBR, ateo Un.."ii ;.s KsrilHK STl:lil ou, .i nd you ai e reipilred !.. nerve .. copj ..i your Answer or Heading to the Hill of Coinnil the llaintlfTa attorney, ANUKLO A A I.I. I"" Ainaley lliiil.lIII^, Miami, Klorlda and file thi \ %  %  .-. %  %  I'leadinx In the ol fice of the Cleric of the Circuit Court ..n or before ttie Jrd day of November, 1965. If you fall '.. .1" no, judgment li> default will be tdken againat you for thi r. ii. f demanded In the Bill I.I i 'omplalnL This notice -lull be published once each week for four conawtitlvi weeka in T1IK JEWISH FLORiniAN. IM.NK AN1> ORDBRRIi :ii Miami, Klorlda, ihis :".'ili day of September, A.|. I96S. i: B. i.i:-Vi-in:i:.\iAN, Clerk. Circuit Court, Dade County, Klorlda iHial) By: C. I' COl'ULAXD I %  • |.it-y i "li ik \N<;i:r..i A. AM i" Alnalej Building Miami, Klorlda Aii..'ii.> for Plaintiff in i-<-ir., 2 ATTENTION • ATTORNEYS. %  elicits your legal aobCBB. W appreciate your patronage and guarantee accurate service at legal rates • • • trial Fit 3-5 lor messenger service IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY IN CHANCERY No. 65C8S85 Tin: Wll,LIAMSm'ROrI SAVINGS RANK Plaintiff, \ ISAAC V H XK'l'H, • t US, I I. ftliila! %  NOTICE i IP SKIT TH !-.>:..• K nk. i. n nldeii %  •• unknown, but last known ni.iiim! addreaa: %  .. i,... i I'Brlon Bardl Building %  ; ,1-l.nrgh. Illln..is Y..11 are herebj notified that th* ii.i.v.cautioned action haa bean la-• luted againat you In the Circuit Court ••( the Kl.A.nih Judicial Circuit ,.f Klorlda in and ror Dade Countj to fnrecloae %  mortgagi upon th. follow, iim deacrlbed real |.-..|.. iiy: Lol 3 Block l HOLIDAY HOl'SH SKI'TI'IN IINK. accordlnj to IM Dial thereof, recorded In Plat Boole So at Pagi 51 of tna PubHc Records ..f OHIIC County. Klorlda. Y..H are required to fill' a r.-sponsive Dleadlng to phUnthTa complaint "'th the I'lrrk ..f th. aforeaaM Court, and. nerve A. copy lhareof upon plaJnUtrsi attorney MAKTIN KINK DJ&PM. .•ral lluildiiiK. Mi-um. Florida 11111. n..t later than October Mth, 19>". '>r a decree Pro Confeaso wlp lie enterefl againat you. DATED. Bept. 1", IMS. K P.. LEATMERMAN rierii of the i ircult Court (aeal) By: '' L Al.KX ANDER Deputy Clerk MARTIN PINK Dade P-deral Building Mi'..,,,. Plorlda 13111 9 U. l" 1-8-15 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE is HEREBY HIVES that thi undi-ralgned, desiring to •„-.-• In l.usin. -s under the flctltloua name of PAN\M TR M'lN, CO. al B29.. BlaBouli ra d, Miami Intends to ,-, eiMer aald name with the t %  • rk ,,,the 'M %  ill Court of Dade County, Plorlda. MORRIS LEVINB WAl.TKHS.Mn. 'Ki: A.COSTANZO Attorn, \ h for Applicant ;„..v Alnalaj Bldg.. NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX DEED Chapter 20722 — Acts ot 1941 File AA 22134 NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that All State* ln\ %  -.. holder of t'lty ol Miami Tax Sale CVrtlfh ite No, 1298 laaued the Slat das of May', A I) l3, haa filed same In my office, and haa made application for n tax dei-d "... be issued ther ,. Said Cert flcate emhracea the following described proper!, ,,, the County of hade, State .'< ... l..-uii K "•". of W I".".' 1...T : %  •'• Ii us N 5' SI SiKtuldlng Sui..li\ laion t'oi Plat HOOK :: Pagi 161, In the ''i' 1 %  i Miami. County "i Bade, State ..i Klorido. This deed will be Issued Bub all outstanding delin<|,iont I'otintj taxes Alt .., it. v f,,r Exei ,,, i be IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA IN CHANCERY No. 65C-10292 I.I.W IS .1 S \ NTH.1.1. I'laintiff, SIIIR1 i:v H S WTII.l.I. I.. fciidant. _.. NOTICE OF PUBLICATION Tl i Slllltl r.\ II S N"l II.I.I st reel n i-nt !'• A Itr. iiklj %  N '' %  k > ed 'ii.it %  %  %  %  %  %  %  %  VN I .,i '. B> h. s %  IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORID* iN PROBATE No. 68I6--B IN III : Esl ARR W1AM I1RH ''NOTICE TO CREOITORS To All Cre.111 ,„, ,., Bi marnla Vgainst Sa .1 .,,.. hereb) Ifled .,u I '"' .'< %  ,,,.,11'U whli li yo mil %  na\w • "he estate Ol AHR-\H V.M IIRIEPKK deceased lati ol Hade C unty, Klorlda. to |h, Com l> %  idges ol Hade I on .,,„i file it.. -.,"'• In %  'I' % %  urovlded In Seftbin : "• Hiorlda the < oi,nirthouse In Hi Il1 ;'''"' Ida, a-lthln six i ,l„. time ..i the first publication here. .|„. same II In irri I. Diited at Miami. I %  Ida th das "i September, A I HENRY N< HI i 'N \^ l'\. i 1 -,, publication %  n ..i s. pti ,,.!" : %  '", %  HENRY N' RT< >N Attorney foi Bat ite i AI'.K MIAM GRIEPER IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE 11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA IN CHANCERY No. 65C 10722 GERALD S!l.\ T.l'.MAN, Plaintiff, PRANCWCO A. IRIZARRY aka FRANK A. IRIZARRY and IRIZARRY, his if. if living, ISABEL C. IRIZARRY aka ISABELS. IRIZARRY aka is\ni-n. •". MKl'iNA and MEDINA, her husband, if living, and al! parties, known or unknown, claiming by, through or under sa,,i named defendants, liffendunts. NOTICE BY PUBLICATION T<">: F**nctSco A. Irliarry, aka Prank Irliarry and Irliarry, his wife, if living No. at Cardonal Sllleeo It-D Madrid. Spain TO: Isabel C. Irliarr.y aka Isabel 7.. Irisarrj aka Isabel C. Medina and Medina, her husband, if living 15S East I71at Street. Ant. 4K Bronx, New York YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED lhat ., Complaint to Foreclose Mi iii'i,. lug: ..... u>t 21, Block I. MII.I.I:I: HElOII I s ESTATES, according to the plat (hereof, recorded In Plat Book >'.-. Pagi :'T. of the Public Recorda ol l..,,l, Count! Plorlda ha.hei n fill d iianlnsl you at I yon are hen l r %  • 'I to %  v. •o the n thi I'la MARVIN I WIENER, dim Klorlda, nleaditiK %  %  Ill \I \ V % %  -N %  I.I \ .-. The assessment of said property undi r thi -aid %  i i tlflcate was hi name ,f. I'tiknown. Cnleaa said certificate shall be re%  1. emi I ling to law. 11„property described herein "ill be sold t.. the highest bidder at the Court House .loor ..a the flral Monday in the month of Nov. ml.. 1985, whli 1, la the 1st I da] of N..\ ember, 1961. Dated this 28th day of September, IS6S. i: B LEATHERMAN, Clerk of r ,lt Court, Dade County, Plorlda laeal) Bs P. r ,;i'i.i>sTi:.\Nii l >• |nit\ Cli rk IO'l-8-K)-22 IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA IN PROBATE No. 65168-C Hon. George T. Clark IN HE Estate of MEYER AI'I.Ki: I .'i NOTICE TO CREDITORS To All Creditors and All Persons HavIng Claims or Demands Agnlnsl Said Eatat, You "are hereby notified and required to present any claims and demands which *l |UI %  leier the Minn ill hi hari, d I hited I II I dnj %  ;-•• *.|i > %  ,li HI N 11 Mill.; IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY IN CHANCERY No. 65C9659 BANK OP COMMERCE, a New 1 i banking i poratlon, Plaintiff, IAMBS N 0088 and MAROIE noSS his wife, residence unknowr If living; unsnown spouses, n ren at ..,. ,1 and i dead then unknoj spouses, If remarried: all unknow nl s. d. MS..-. grantees, nssigni • • lienors, redltors. I isl pthi r „i-,. |o mini! Iiy. through, under •• •man,-. Ha Ml 'I I VME8 N C.OSS a,, MARGIE Co'SS. Ids wife, and agaln>. iili other personhaving ", claiml to hav. any right, title or Inti r. -t ,, r to tl,. pi ,ertj h, rein di scrlbe.1 TO JAMES N .:.,.S and MARGI1 .;. iSS, inwife, %  sldi nee unknoa living'; unknow „ stwusi s, II n mai rii It dead, thi „ unknown pous, i If ,-. .ill unknown hi Irs, d, vise, lees, .l.-s i.'-lo es, III I or> ||„, .. •• istees, or oth. claim mi by. through, und. r „pnlnt th, said .1 VMES N flobS ... M \ Hi il:: .:, iSS, his w lfe.it all otln i ..• isons having or i lalmini. to have nn> right, title or Inti • -' or to thi propi rt> h. i ri dew rliwd. V.,,ARE HEREBY NOTIPI1 I ,] 1: ,, n still to fon loae i • tgai iiKainsl real and pi rsonal prop, rty BS i... u filed in In th; als>\ t-oiirt li) Ihi Plaintiff, BANK O COMMERCE, a Se \ork Bankln. Corporation, •|. h lush) to he fon losi d i.as follow s: I..., .. hi ItllHk 12, of SIN TV Vil.l.A.'.i:. SECTItlN 2, a....l.lin III the I'lal till l'i of, BF l' • rded pint Hook I'-.-' 6. ol the Pub li,Iti cords %  •' l 'ad. County, Ilorida YOP ARK i;r.,..ifir.i:i, to serve ,.,,,,, of i ; wer ..,' other plea Ina on Plalntlfrs Vttorney. MAI-ci.M H. KRIBDM *N, 8M P B. F Street, .Mi-.m, :'-'. Florida, and I original In thi offic. of the Clerk •• the BIKIVI Court, on or before th 29t h ,|n of i.n.l.. r, 1963. in %  • I'a.il ,.t whli i, the complaint will be ta aa confessed aaalnsl you for thi • lief requested In Plaintiff* complain and pli .< %  < % %  ga DATED thla l*th day of Beptembe ci. rk of the .'ir 'Uil Court of 1 i-i,i. "ounl s. Klorlda (seal) Bj c P COPEL.AND 1., nut} "li rk -> 24, l" ls -' Miami, l iortda J3180 1106 His, ,ii ne Building IE •' IRCL T COURT OF THE TH JUD.CI AL CIRCUIT IN AMD FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA IM CHANCERY 65C 80J7 • \ IIERM VN i k a ANN iN HERMAN, I'la II \ and .1 IS ItllllN, %  f e i ants NOTICE BY PUBLICATION l'i, i/H is l;i BIN si %  _• milliard I %  Ive \\ initi l kn, 111 mils % % % %  { %  VRE HEREBY NOTIFIED that comiilalnt fi r Bqtili %  i 1 r "' rj i imi ti ounl ing haa heen fi t 3 on I > %  > ., to s, rve a op) of > % %  II til : .. ...11' g to till %  mp •... i %  iintlfi alto nej a, r.XLIA N, dP ,v VV M.l.l'i: I '" Ml I" Road, M, II, ... Klorlda, and rile tin tin vs. r pleewllns In th „f ih,. ,' rk "' the Circuit 'ourl .. i ir, ili. 10th da> ol \.... nil..-,'. If v,.u i. HI to do so, i Miami nt l,\ ,i,raid, will lii taken Against ^••.| foi thi n Ih I demandi .1 In thi Com %  i' i mi I. VTE1, .,i M mil I'l'.i Ida, thli 1 -1 %  It BBATIIERM VN, CI II II '' i,, L Vgainst .i ... .1 %  nnd % %  ..iiiiIYMAN H %  i %  1 %  Mia • 24, IN THE CIRCU"" COL RI OF THF H JUDIC AL C'RCUIT OF FLORIDA IN '.\D FOR DADE COUNTY IN CHANCERY No. 6 ; ,C '0024 V*. • DIANE M VR11.YN K iY ,'!:. >\> %  SUIT FOR DIVORCE TO HIANE Ml Itll.YN HO Cltl ,\V l-EV |a dirook I-.,.Island, N, i VOP VRE HEREBY XuTIPIED Hint a • 'ompl li i for Dlvorci has been I rd iKiilnsi >.-ii and %  • are v. null, .1 t.. %  -, M.. con) ol x l v ,, ,. pli inline t.. th. i •oniplalnl ,,n thi I'lali orneys, \\ urn U'Ki: VND ROHBINS, Palm Springs |.. atonal iilldlng. S01 Wesl 19th Street, I Mali Bh, Plot da, and file the n .1 Vnswi i and |il. il ii. ... in, Clerk ol i ,ii Court ..,, ,., hefor. Ih, -'da; of tVt., 1965. If you fail to do so, jn.lc menl b) d, ranll will In linsl you %  he ,. Ih i d indi .1 m the Complaint. I ., ,\ i; \ \ t> ORDERED In I a, Miami. I la.il I'olll K this 171 ii da) ''"' r '. i: [1 LEATHERMAN, Clerk I'lorida \l KRGCERI TV. KENT I leputy • -li It s ', '" %  '' NOTCE UNDER FICT.TI0US N %  %  VI LAW 11KREHY GIVEN I • i Bister said na %  i r Street NOT.CE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW \,. |i .: .HEHEHY GIVEN that ed, desiring to engac i the fictltli ns num. ,f \i I'SIC Plld 'W PAN1 i; : %  Miami Bi ''.. %  r -aid name Ith %  .' .i,rt ol i !.i MARCELLA i oil EN, Sola Ownsg M \i;.\ PABEli 1012 A Insli J III 1 la 1-10/1 ivn:is:ii:.iii:i*i 624-8551 EAGLE FINANCE CORP. 16348 N.W. 7 Ave. Locms 125 w J600



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Title:
The Jewish Floridian
Physical Description:
63 v. : ;
Language:
English
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Jewish Floridian Pub. Co.
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Miami, Fla
Creation Date:
October 15, 1965

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

Notes

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

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University of Florida
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All applicable rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
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eJewish Floridian
5^e~ 38 Number 42
Combining THE JfWIJH UNITY and THE JtWISH WEEKLY
Miami. Florida. Friday. October 15 1965
Two Sections Price 20tf
NATIONAL TACUARA LEADER
.4/i/i- Semite is Arrested
< KNOS AIRES (JTA) Patricio Err-caldc Puoriodon.
arj of the National Revolutionary Tacuara mo\ement
publicity identified last .lime as a paramilitary anti
up. was arrested this week on charges of subversion
leader of the right-wing movement also said in June
| armi and training and was in close sympathy with
, state* against Zionism. He also said "we have no proh-
Jews as long as they are not Zionist."
racuara has a notorious record going back to the early 'fill's,
as first singled out as responsible for the anti-Jewish
icts In Argentina in a report received by the State He
I tiom the United States Embassy in Buenos Aaires In
1962. based on this report. Teodoro MOSCOSO, then IS
ator for the Alliance for Progress, told the I'.S. Embassy
thai strong measures would be taken to curb anti Semit-
rorism.")
atican Explains Change
ording on Jews to Read

rlTH GLOBKE
iEichmann 's
uMivyer Acts
\s Witness
i \N tJTAi Dr Hans
te Secretary to former
r Konrad Adenauer, and
t Servatius, counsel for
: Ei< hmann in his Jerusalem
. re the principal witnesses
week in the trial here of Mai
former key German oc-
f I ii official in Greece.
ten is on trial on charges of
false accusations in de-
|m l.luly five years ago that
obke, as a major official in
U Justice Ministry, opposed
ten proposal to save i large
of Jews from deportation
Salonika to Nazi death
ps
According to Merten, Eich-
nann agreed to the proposal and
'hen telephoned Dr. Globke, who
allegedly opposed it. Merten re-
peated the charges in full when
[v* appeared at the trial last
week. Dr. Globke charged that
'he Merten story was false and
demanded an investigation
which led to Merter's indictment
and trial.
Globke said in his testimony
' week that the entire story was
i "absolute falsehood," that he
Continued on Pace 8-A
HOME I JTA) A member
ot the Secretariat for Christian
Unity, the Vatican body respon-
sible for the text on the declara-
tion on Jews, offered this week
tvo reasons for the decision by
the Secretarial to substitute 'he
der word "depJores" for the
word "condemns" with reference
to anti-Semitism contained in the
original draft
lyini to a question at the
mer'can Bishops Press Panel of
the Ecumenical Council. Fr. Long.
member of the Secretariats on
Christian Unity, said that, in SC-
OT lance with the "Moll" set
forth by the Council Fathers, the
word 'condemn' is not used in
Council decrees or declarations.
He recalled that, at the beginning
oi the Ecumenical Council, the late
Pope John XNIH nan said that
there should i>e no "condemna-
tions" and "HO anathemas"
The other reason for the sub-
stitution, Fr. Long said, was the
fact that the Church used the
stronger word only in condemn-
ing "formal heresy." It was re-
called by competent observers,
however, that the Holy Office
had used the word "condemn"
in a public document issued on
March 25, 1928 declaring that the
Holy See "condemns hatred
agairit the people once elected
by God."
Possibilities were seen that the
Council may still restore the word
"deicide" in the final version of
the declaration, and may also
strengthen the proposed statement
reiecting anti-Semitism by ex
pressK using the term "condemn"
rather than the milder word "do-
pit re "
These possibilities were envi-
A? -/
GOIDA MM
major Fe/iey Address
in Draft
'Deplore'
saged as the rules to be in effect
u'ien the "Jewish document"
comes up for open debate, some
time next week, were revealed in
retail by the Secretariat for
Christian Unity. Four "voting
questions" will be submitted in
connection with Part Emir of the
overall Declaration, dealing with
the Jewish religion. Some of these
will concern onus-ion-, some will
propose shifting of sentences
in any event, it will bo techni-
cally pOBStl le lor ''i:' prelates to
11 -tore the word "deicide" if they
'lc< m that word important enough.
Note Arabs'
War Moves,
Golda Asks
UNITED NATION'S (JTA) -
Isr-rls Foreign Mim-'ter. Mrs.
Golda Mcir. urged the United Na-
tions this week to give increasing
attention to armament prepara-
tion and threats of war such as
those being carried out by the
Arab states against Israel which,
if allowed to continue, can "erode
the foundations" of the United Na-
tions itself.
In her major policy address at
the UN General Assembly, Mrs.
Weir said that acquiescence by
he United Nations in the face of
such belligerent threats as those
voiced by the Arab states against
Israel "is not only unjustified to-
ward the state threatened by ag-
gression; it erodes the foundation
of the organization itself and im-
pairs its moral authority in other
i ases."
The disruptive effects of such
warlike threats, the Israeli For-
eign Minister declared, "do not
await actual hostilities. Lorg be-
fore that the would-be attacker
stocks arms to carry out his de-
Continued on Page 10-A
COMAY REPORTS
British KKK Members
Given Prison Terms
LONDON i JTA i Six men
and two women members of the
British Ku Klux Klan were found
guilty this week of charges grow
ing out of a meeting at which they
were reportedly told that the goal
of the group was to "rid Britain
of Jewish control."
Seven were found guilty of wear-
ing a uniform at a public meeting
signifying association with a poli-
tical organization, in violation of
the 103i Public Order Act.
All eight were found guilty of
aiding and abetting two of the
other defendants. Patrick Webb
36, and William Duncan 45, each
were sentenced to three months
imprisonment for wearing uni-
forms. Robert Folf 42, received
a three months iail term for aid-
ing and abetting. Others re-
ceived fines of E 20 ($56) to
E 25 ($70). All eight had plead-
ed innocent.
During the trial, the prosecutor
also told the court about a list of
Jewish leaders, including Labor
leader and Minister Mrs. Barbara
Castle and the Jewish wife of
Labor leader George Brown, of
whom the movement planned to
get rid. The prosecutor said that
the eight defendants met on June
1!' at Rugby near London, all wear-
ing long white robes with a black
cross over the heart, and cloth
head covers with slits for the eyes
and mouth.
The meeting was a continuation
of an earlier gathering which came
to an abrupt end when the land-
lord of the house noticed the na-
ture of the gathering and threw
the Kluxers out.
Jordan Told
Of Threat
To Terrorists
UNITED NATIONS (JTA)
Ambassador Michael S. Comay.
Israel's permanent representative,
demanded this week immediate
United Nations action in regard
to the Jordanian Government's
intolerance of increasing rani- in-
to Israel territory by gangs of Eli
Fatah Arab terrorists Comay mel
with Dr. Ralph Bunche, I N Un-
it rseeretarj for Special Political
tffairs, and related to the high
UN official Israel's view oi ut,
mi -t gravity regarding the con-
tinuing El Eatah raids
He stressed three points in parti-
cular i That the sabotage raids
. re going on despite Israel's com-
nts against Jordan. 2. that Is-
rael holds Jordan wholly respon-
sible" for those terroristic actions;
and 3. the fact that the El Fatah
manifestations have been escalat-
.i g instead of diminishing
The Jordarian Government
takes seriously Israel's warnings
against continuation of El Fatah
terrorist raids from Jordanian
territory into Israel, Col. Wil-
OBSERVANCE CLOSES HOLIDAY SEASON THIS WEEKEND
Simchas Torah: Time for Rejoicing
By DR. H. RABINOWICZ
In the panorama of Jewish
'ast days, Simchas Torah is a
:omparati\e!y new landmark. It
is post Talmndic in origin, a
creation of '.he diaspora where
he annual cycle of Torah read
ng was current. At first it was
ku wn variously as the "Second
Day of Shemini Atzeret." 'Day of
the Book." The Day of the Sly-
yum Eventually all these names
were superseded by simchas
Torah This is particularly apt.
as it well reflects the character
that day was developing In the
tenth century. Ilaib. Shenra (939-
10.18) the last of the Babylonian
Geonim. forbade the burning of
aromatic sptces in front of the
Scrolls-of the Law but permitted
"dancing and singing in honor of
the Torah'' because "it is an old-
established custom."
Song and dance play a prom-
inent part in Judaism, for Jews
harnessed the power of music to
the service of God. Thfre are
many musicians in the Bible and
a whole orchestra of musical in-
struments. King Saul was advised
to "seek out a man who is a cun-
ning player on an harp: and it
shall come to pass, when the evil
spirit from God is upon thee, he
shall play with his hand, and thou
shalt be well." National events
were celebrated in songs of
triumph, such as the Song of
Moses and the Song of Deborah
In the Temple, the priests and
I-evites chanted their prayers. In
Continued on Page 5-A
Continued on Pace 15-A
Eshkol Slips,
Histadrut s
Poll Shows
TEL AVIV i JTA i Einal re-
sults of the Sept. 20 elections to
the Histadrut, Israels Labor Fe-
deration, were published this week
They confirmed initial reports of
a sharp drop for Prime Minister
Levi Eshkol's Mapai-Achdut Avo-
. |, alignment slate The Histad-
rut Central Election Committee
also reported that 77.6 percent of
eligible voters cast ballots.
The elections were the first
since extensive reshuffling of Is-
i.itl's political parties in recent
months, which included the emer-
gence ot a dissident Israel Work-
ers list iRafi' formed by Former
Premier David Ben-C.urion in a
Challenge to Premier Eshkol's
leadership of Mapai. and the
formation of a joint Liberal-Herut
list iCanal) which brought the
ightwing llcrut party into the
Histadrut elections for the first
Continued on P*g 3-A


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Page 3-A
Upton Joins UJA Mission in Rome SfitJfES
b
i Special Report
..,.!, M Lipton pros-
Greater Miami Jewish
,.,. officially joined the
, Appeal's 1385 Study
Sunday, aceortling to
nenl made by Max M
Detroit, IMA general
and leader of mission.
!, federation president, ac-
hy Mrs. I.ipton. joined
ii.11 ion's outstanding
ders who are participat-
jn nnual survey of the vasl
- absorption programs of
Agency for Israel and
,1, relief, welfare and
,., programs of the
I joint Distribution Com
I
| The'- 'wo organizations re-
vive eir support from UJA,
hicf- the major beneficiary
th( S*iami Federation's Com-
ijnec twish Appeal. Sinte its
JOSEPH UPTON
Latest Histadnit Poll Shows
l>hkol Popularity Slipping
Cc'inued from Page 1-A
,. dadrut election results
. ,. lered forecast* to some
results in the torthcom-
! amentar)' elections on
Th 'in*l results gave the
[ligmrent slate 50.8 percent and
afi IS 1 percent. The initial re-
ults i^noupeed on Sept. 20 were
CO fc the alignment ticket and
ptctnt for Refi. According
th* final results, the align-
nent ote and the Rafi vote
otaleci 62.9 percent. In the prior
fistact'i-t elections in ltf, the
wo liccr parties, running sepa-
ately as Mapai and Achdut Avo-
dah. polled 72 percent of the
rotes.
[', .. .1 ticket, which was re-
initial results to have
Ml IT' Percent. was listed today !
rec< ing 15.2 percent, making
h-cc ] the Ili>tadnit. In the final.
I left wing Ma pa in took
11 .") percent, as against the pre-
liminary figure of 13 percent. In
the lft>9 Histadnit poll, Mapam
won II percent
The Independent Liberal Slate,
made up of Liberals who refused
'to join with Hemt in the Gahal
ticket, polled 4.4 percent compared
with the initial result of 4.7 per-
cent. The two Communist factions
! polled together 2 7 percent in the
'final tally. In 1950, a united Com-
munist party polled 2 8 percent.
inception in 1939, the UJA has
raised in excess of $1,618,000 en-
abling its beneficiaries to save
and rebuild the lives of more
than 3,000,000 Jewish people.
This year's mission, which will
study the needs oi nearly three
quarters of a million Jews in 30
different countries, opened here on
Oct. 13, and will continue to Israel
where it will remain from Oct. 17
to 29.
In Italy, mission members will
meet with .IDC officials for a brief-
ing on that organization's initial
life-saving and other vital assist-
ance afforded to Jewish Immi-
grants
The UJA mission's presence in
1-rael will enable it to focus special
attention on the massive efforts
being made both by the Jewish
Vgencj and the people Oi Israel to
receive, house and absorb the
great numbers of newcomers still
entering thai country from many
lands.
The mission's participants will
also spend time viewing housing
projects for newcomers, agricul-
tural settlements and several of
Israel's new immigrant develop-
ment towns.
Mission members will attend a
reception being given by Walworth
Barbour, I'.S. Ambassador to Is-
rael. and a state dinner given by \
During their stay in the
they will also meet an;!
with President Shneor
Shazar, deputy Prime
Abba Khan. Foreign Mini-
(i.; Meir. Finance Minister
Sapir, Minister of Justice
si-ph. Minister of Social
Josei Burg, Jewish Agenc
man and Treasurer Louis
cus. Theodore Feder, Dir
JDC-Malben, and other
ment. Jewish Agcny and
ficials.
country
consult
Zalman
Minister
ster Gol-
Pinhas
Dov Jo-
Welfare
\ chair-
A. Pin-
ector of
govern-
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through 7. The DiLido Hotel '
serve as headquarters for the I 2 I
Jaycees who are expected to at-
tend the event.
Louis Cohen is president of the
Miami Beach Jaycees, who are
hosting the Florida Jaycee Con-
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imchas Torah: Time for Rejoicing
Continued from P 1-A
agogue* the Torah and
i, -,rc sung. And wo know
music meant to the
. ......(Xiles, for they sat
, alien rivers and wailed:
'|: an we sing the song of the
strange land"'
too, was a favorite
md was employed for
. religious and secular occa-
\rul Miriam the pro-
\ the sister of Aaron took
rel In her hand; and all
i .men went out after her
I rtrbrels and with dances."
I meed in honor of Saul
d, and the latter as a
i oi religious homage was
and dancing before the
Marriage dances also
tomary in ancient Is-
There were no happier days
r. ael than Ab 15 and the Day
ment." says the Mishna,
n the daughters of Israel
enl forth to dance in the
i ds"
Drawing ot Water
hk"th. the "Feast of Ingath
was a true "season of re-
am) Tishri 16. "the joy
lei Libation," was one of
ain features "He that hath
i held the joy of drawing of
i hath not seen joy in his
\ description of the scenes
come down to us: "Pious
and men of affairs danced
torches in their hands, sing
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ing songs of joy and of praise.
and the Levites made music with
lyre and harp cymbals and trum-
pets and countless other instru-
ments Scholars left the cloist-
ers of learning and abandoned
themselves to joy. Simeon B. Ga-
maliel took lighted torches in
one hand, threw them heaven-
wards and then caught them
one by one in .his other hand
Destruction of Temple
The destruction of the Temple
put an end to the ceremonj of
"water-libation," and Sukkoth.
"the Feast of Ingathering."
meant little to a people uproot-
ed from the soil, from the thresh-
ing-floor and wine press. The rab-
bis, anxious to preserve some of
the glory and joy of the ancient
worship. pr< bably felt thai Sim-
chas Torah could aerve this pur-
pose And SO the mantle of Sim-
chas Beit Ha Shoave (the Re
joicing of the Water-Libation I
fell upon Smuhas Torah. This
was the day when "Yezot ha-
beracha." the last chapters of
the Torah. were read. It was al-
read) an old established tradi-
tion to celebrate the conclusion
of a tractate-siyyum. Abbaye
(ca 273-339). the head of the
Babylonian Academy of Pum-
beditii. would hold celebrations
whenever one of his pupils fin-
ished a tractate. Another rabbi
traces the idea back to the time
Of King Solomon: "He came to
Jerusalem and stood before the
Ark of the covenant of the Ix>rd
and offered up burnt offerings
Chamber Elects
Burdine's Exec
Thomas C Wasmuth, president.
Burdine's, has been elected to
membership on the Board of Di-
rectors of the Miann-Dade Coun-
ty Chamber of Commerce
The announcement was made
by Fred H Billups. president of
the Chamber, following a meeting
ol the bean which elected Was
ninth to a vacancj created '> the
resignation ol Bernard Klayf, also
of Burdini whi was transfi rred
out ol the ^ ity
Wasmuth according t<> Billups,
will bring to the Chamber a
ilth ol i Kperii ni e in l
and rommunitj acth ities, We a i
delighted to have him accept our I
invitation to assume this import
ant communitj service responsi-
bility "
Improvement Amendment
Count) I 'ommissii ner Jot ep "'
Boyd dis< '-- I Florida's Highwa>
Improvement Amendment. wl
com< up for vote bj residents ol
Florida on N ami Beach Bar Assn luncheon
meeting on Monday at the Di Lido
Hotel
and offered peace offerings and
made a feast to all his servants."
In the course of time, further
developments took place. The
reading of the first chapter of
Genesis was instituted to con-
found Satan's argument that Is-
rael tire> of the Torah. The llak.i
fos iCn cults i were introduced.
The reading of tne torah was of-
ten repeated.
Naturally, the warm-hearted
Chassidim regarded Simchas
Torah as a great spiritual festi-
val They believed that "Sony
was the ladder to the throne of
(in.l and that the song ascends
to heaven faster than prayer "
The Chassidim. however, were
not the originators of the "un-
seemly displays" that were pre-
valent in many places of worship.
In 1663. thirty seven years before
the birth of Rabbi Israel Baal
Shem TOO, the founder of Chassi-
di.-ni. Samuel Pepys wrote the
the following account of a Lon-
don Synagogue on Simchas
Torah. "But Lord! to see the dis-
order, laughing, sporting and no
attention, but confusion in all
their services, more like brutes
than people knowing the true
God."
Outcome of Piety
In the presence of the great
Chassidic Rabbis, there was no
room for frivolity, irreverence or
unaeemUneas. The joy they ex
perienced ami radiated was the
outcome of piety Only one sort
of drunkard was tolerated "a
man." in the words of the Besht.
one "drunk with the ecstasy ol
rejoicing over the Torah." There
is nowadays no shortage of red-
letter days in the calendar Yet
no one has yet instituted a "Law
Day Nations form and follow
Codes of Law. but no nation re-
joices in this discipline.
Pinski School
Begins Season
David Pinski Folk Scho',: will
begin its season with the celebra-
tion of Sukkoth on Saturday. X
p.m.. at the Center. 842 W'a-hing-
ton Ave.
Program of the evening \
elude Molly Hose in Yiddish snd
Hebrew songs; Philip Na-hkin,
recitations and readings; Loi La-
savin, principal of the scho on
The Meaning of Sukkoth:" Ber-
tha Barnett. piano a ion.
and community singing.
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THE RABBI SPEAKS FROM HIS PULPIT
"orgiveness for the Sins We Commit
By RA3BI LEON KRONISH
Temple Beth Sholom
prayer. "Al
me: "Why
K0I % | summoned us t<>
yer.
me -i
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which
sinned

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a cata-
ethical
oral fall-
gragant,
iuy asff-
, asked
I participate in such a
-ssional and admit to thi-i
-I of sins- I don't con-
jrself guilty." He reflects
the cardinal sins of our
,elf righteousness. The
,: this prayer rests on
that it is recited in the
It is not "for the sin
I have committed" but
, sin- which all of ua
ommitted
Collective Responsibility
murder has been commit-
mj community there is
ii it ion that I'm not a kil-
I i| don't I have the obli-
>n to ask myself whether 1.
dually, and society col-
vely have done all that we
have done to help eradi-
the social conditions which
.1 murder and violence?
When President Kennedy was
..--.-.-mated, his assasin. Lee
Oswald, was the sinner. But in
: vsional of collective rc-
tponsibilit} should we not say
for the sin whuh we have corn-
el when we failed to pro-
vide p-yehotherapy for an emo-
-turbed adolescent?
When a >ounn Episcopal stu-
lent, Jonathan Daniels, age 27.
civil rights volunteer worker
i Keene. N. H was sliot to
ath in Lawndes County,
Ala and hi- confessed killer.
Thomas Coleman, is acquitted
and the mood oi that commun-
it> as two Alabama Episcopal
Bishops have summed it up
i- thai the) had it coming to
them. They had no business l"
big here" are not the church
going people ol Alabama a- well
as the synagogue-oriented pee.
pie el Greater Miami, sensitive,
relig ousl> oriented, moral!}
conditioned Americans everj
where, oMi :ated to confess
"For the sin u hich w e mn e com-
mitted bj our failure to sanct-
if\ all human life?"
Biblical Law v*
There is an ancient Biblical
law which answers these ques-
tions, if a corpse is found lying
on the roadside, and we don't
know who is responsible for the
death, then the elder- and lead-
ers of the nearest commumtv
are summoned to that spot "And
they -hall speak and -ay 'Our
hands have not shed this blood.
neither have our eyes seen it'."
Later generations of rabbis,
in trying t" interpret the point
of the law, asked in surprise:
Were these community leaders
really under suspicion"'' The
rabbis, ol course, raised the
question only to be able to ans-
wer it "certainly not." but if
this dead man had come to their
community hungry, and asked
for bread to eat, and his plea
was unheeded, <>r if he asked
ii : shelter and was denied, and
he died a- a result Of this IWg
led. then the hands of these
community leader'- as well as
the hand- of every other citizen
ol that community have shed
Ins blood and bear responsibility
for his death.
The whole world bl today one
community and all of u-s called
to account when we learn God's
children in Vietnam were vic-
tims of the Lazy Dog Bomb. The
Lazy Bomb delivers enough
whirling, razor-sharp pieces of
steel t>> slice t<> ribbons every-
thing within a city block. When
we learn of these victims, do
we cry out with the Biblical
words, "Our hand- have not
shed this blood, neither June
our eyes seen It"'.'
On Recalling Lidice
When we learn that there are
35 dead children and 4."> dead
villagers in a schoolhouse we
bombed al Man Quang, or 12
monks are dead in a monasterj
we bombed, or 80 leper- are
killed. 2.000 mad.' homeless and
50 buildings arc destroyed by
our bombs, Are we morally and
honestly able to cry out, "Our
hand- have not shed this blood,
neither have our eyes seen It"?
Or should we cr> out in the spi-
rit of our tradition, "for the sin
"hich c have sinned "
When we read that the Prime
Minister of South Vietnam, OUT
ally, proclaims that his hero
l- Hitter, do we begin to under-
stand the spirit of our confes-
sional and Why it is written in
the plural'.' Some of us can re-
member the sense of horror that
tilled our hearts during World
War II when we read about the
barbarism perpetrated by the
Nazis against the people of
Lidice.
I was a young Rabbi then, and
wanted to know where were the
German people Why
didn't the) rise up in protest
against Lidice or an) of the
other brutalities that were per-
petrated by the Nazis?
But why haven't the masses
of Americans risen up against
I arbarism in Vietnam, against
the immorality of hypocrisy and
hall truth with which we are
confronted by different leaders
ol our government who rational
ize this violence in Vietnam?
If our confessional on Yom
Kippur has cracked our cal-
loused crust of self righteous
ness, then we must speak out
against violence in Vietnam
ian.1 elsewhere, hi fore it i* ">'
late. Otherwise someday
handful of survivors on this
planet will come together for
a day of atonement, and their
confessional will be the -
as that of the Nazis who are
still being brought to trial
"We didn't know We trusted
our rulers. The) told us we
were right. The) told US that
the rightneSS Oi our cause justl-
ded everything
Our tradition calls for atone-
ment now. Our confessional
on us to crack our calloused
crust of self-rightei usness
the sins which we have
mitted and are still commit-
ting."
It our prayers come from
within our heart- there i-
Sukkot Closing
Continued from Preceding Page
elate at weekend services at Con-
Sunday during "> 30 p.m
and continue on Monilav
at 8 30 a.m.. when "The
services
starting
Past
gregation Beth El, 500 SW 17th ()ur Kt,y to tn(. Future" will be
Ave.. with Friday evening observ- Rabbi Schiffs message Yitkor
ance slated for 5:30 p.m. During mcmorial prayers are set for 10
Saturday morning services start- m During Simchas Torah at
ing at 8:30 a.m.. Rabbi Schiffs ser- -)30 p m children will join il
inon topic will be "Holidays march with the Torah scrolto
Should Inspire Holiness." Study arolmd the sanctuary On TuevU .,
class, at 4:45 p.m.. will be followed concluding day of the holiday **-
by mincha at 5:15 p.m. Last days
of Sukkoth will be launched on
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Page 9-A
Ml Maryland Personnel Dep't. Biased
ri\|ohl iJTA) Mary- lard Tawes "to end this reat m-
Paul A. Dorf has!justice and religious intolerance."
,( ,h( ytend State De-, He toW the Governor he che<
. to take a state examination
ie to her religious !>eliefs "
She sought a position with the
-"' "" ----- ..... v" 3"t sougnr a position with the
[ ir-uiinel of religious wj(h sfa(e au(horiti,* and found Maryland State Institutions for
,.,,,,,. against Jewa and I hat no action is contemplated to Mental Health and was told the
,dventlsts because it i remedy the situation. In a letter 'est was given only on Saturdays.
'i member of the Jewish
she will not violate her
. its only on Satur- to Gov. Tawes. Dorf told how i "A* a
on Gov. I Mil- Jewish woman was 'denied the faith, i
Sabbath by talcing the test on
Saturday. said Dorf.
Dor! wrote to State Personnel
i ommissioner Russell Davis and
ts amazed and shocked at his
reply." Davis admitted an increas-
mand for examinations on
days other than Saturday from
Jews and Seventh Day Adventists.
But he had no intention of chang-
ing his position because Saturday
is the only day the required staff
is available.
Dorf said the situation amounted
to outright religious discrimina-
tion and served notice as State
Senator that "unless 'his situation
Ls immediately rectified adminis-
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;/ Fatah Claims Many Terror Victims
iNDON (.1TA) A com-1 Only one of the incidents report
. of El Fatah, the military led in the communique had been
Palestine Liberation
reporting here
confirmed from Israeli sources
That one concerned an attack on
liiiniqiK'
rm "f the
mnization,
Pweek from Damascus, claim- a Jerusalem train. Israeli officials
that it had killed 22 Israeli; sai(1 tnat HVeraJ passengers had
.dll,,s and four civilians in Is-j
luri" the past two weeks. The communique also claim- Another dispatch from Beirut,
ed that the main bridge on the
Falouja road was blown up and
that the same E! Fatah unit
blew up an Israeli military ve-
hicle in an ambush, killing two
Israeli officers and 20 soldiers.
reported thai Ahmed Shukairy,
head of the PI.O. had tendered his
resignation because Arab states
are unwilling to yo far enough In
aiding his group t<> wage hostilities
against Israel. The Beirut report
said thai Shukairy resigned be-
cause of a dispute with the Jor-
danian Government on the mili-
tary training of Arab refugees
The I'LO office made the ;
nouncement, claiming that the
signation originally was tendei
al last week's Arab League su
mit conference at Casablanca. I
that Arab rulers had rejected
Shukairy still insisted on resigni -
from his post and has called I
an emergency meeting of the e
cutive committee in Cairo
last Sept. 30.
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Sukkot Closing
Ccntir-uec from P*gt 7-A
the Torah KroUi -*:li again
r-e paraded around the synagogue
ng Wu services The final
por*.. scroll will be read
and then rewound lo the
. where the cycle begins
Genesis Anr.uai holiday
5 p m will he sponsored
p Berkow-.tz. honorary life
ient of the congregation.
Rabbi Heavy B Werrucfc. offi-
weekend and final Siik-
tfjth observances at Temp** Tife-
-*th Israel, MB N Miami Ave,
flu d Aftdg*
~t 9 30 p m. serv-
dunng Saturday
J a rr. service* will be on The
Week '-. Sunday.
p rr. She- Useret observ-
ance will include a message on
'Lingering Memories Day-long
serv Monday, begin at 9
, ~ with Yizkor at 10 a.m. clos-
ing jbeeivniff at 7 pm
Beth Israel Congregatior. 770
4Cth St. will hold early services
Friday at 5 35 pm. with Rabbi
Berel Wein officiating. His theme
for Saturday. 8 45 a.m., services
will be Sanctify the Mundane
Shemim Atzeret will be launched
on Sunday during 5 30 p.m. serv-
ice* Rabbi Wein s scheduled mes-
sage for Monday. 8 45 am., ob-
wnanc* is on The Sorrow of
Itparfjre. with Simchas Torah
'j^h-red in at 5:30 p.m., con-
. ng Congregation Beth Jacob, 311
-. Ave Miami B

> 30 p m and Sal
It C I m Kabb: Shmaryahu
Swirsky will officiate and also
cone* t fii Sukkol
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will bant the n porti ma of
Sheii ini Atti
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*neseth Israel Congregation, ".415
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.11 be held at 6 p t, .
ard there will be no laie ser\ ice*
Rabbi Eugene Laoovitz and ("an
k I Edward Klein will officiate at
like Bar M.trvah of Bert, son of
lira Augusta CaskilJ. during 8 45
a t. Saturday service! H -r.ar.ah
Rabbah will be observed on Sun-
at 8 a.m and 6 p.m. Shemim
Atzerea on Monday at 8 45 a.m.
a ill include Yizkor memorial pray-
Simchas Torah.
at 6 p m will be followed by the
proces-non with the Torah at 7
p rr. Sirr.cha- Torah will again be
.-red on Tuesday at 8 45 a.m.
D: Sabbath at Temple
Ju6a, 32t' Palermo Ave. Coral
Gables, is slated for Friday at 8.15
p m Bar Mitzvah of Aaron, son of
Mr and Mrs Melvin Morris, will
be celebrated during Saturday
-ervices at 11 a.m.. with Rabbi Mor-
ris A Kipper officiating. Simchas
Torah and con gious School students will be held
on Sunday. Oct 17. at 7 p m.. with
Rabbi Kipper conducting Kakofos
and memorial services on Monday
at 11 a.m.
Rabbi Maurice Klein will con-
duct Kabhalat Shabbat services at
Temple Tifereth Jacob, 951 E 4th
Ave Hialeah. on Friday 5 30 p m
kthI service*, will continue on
Saturday at 9 am. followed by
K dd lab Final days of the holi-
will begin with 8 am and
p.m services on Sunday Rab-
Klein will condncl memorial
m Monday during serv-
be held at 9 am. At 5 30
p.m Simchas Torah services will
indents of tin
Religious Schools parti-
ipal Coi tion service f>>r
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SYNOPSIS OF THE TORAH PORTION OF THE WEEK
HOL HAMOED SUKKOTH
HOL HAMOED SUKKOTH And the Lord spoke unto
s -a>ing. Speak unto the children of Israel sa\ing.
The fifteenth da\ of tail seventh month -hall be the I
ys unto the lord On 'he first da) -hall
be a ho; jn shall do no servile work therein 5
fferii fire unto the Lord: on
the eight! -. be i onvocation unto rou and
. offer an offering made by fire unto the Lord it is I
-nr>i> and ye shall do no servile work therein.
Abo in the fifteenth day of the seventh month, when ri
have gathered in the fruit of the land ye shall keep a feast
the Lord seven days on the fir-t day shall be a Sabbath, and
on the eighth day shall be a Sabbath And ye shall take yon
the first day the boughs of goodly tree*, branches of palm trees.
and the bo ighs of thick trees, nd of the brook, and ye
shall rejoice before the Lord your God seven days And ve shall
k^rnr1 STff>t unto tlW LbrtTPeven da;.- in the
It *ha!l be a statute for t^tr in our generations >
dwell in boot en days: all that are Israelites bon
dwell in booths That your neratii DS may know that I rr. :
children of Israel to dwell in booth- when 1 brought them
of the land of Egypt 1 am the Lord your God
And Moses declared unto the chil Israel the
of the Lord.
This recounting o the Vekly Portion of the Law is -
tr*cted and based upon "The Graphic History of the Jewish
Heritage" edited by P. Wollman-Tsamir, $15 Publisher is
Shengold, and the volume is available at 27 William St., New
York 5. N.Y. President of the society distributing the volume
is Joseph Schiang.
Friday, Cr:
.
Potent Bonds to Unite the Human
Race" during Saturday morning
services, 8 30 a m at Agudath Is-
rael Hebrew Institute, 7801 Carlyle
Ave Mlncha and Friday evening
v r. ice* are slated for 6 pm On
Sunday, seventh day of the Suk-
Rabbi Ever's memorial topic at
koth holiday. Hoshanah Rabbah oh
servance, with seven procevsion-
around the pulpit, will be held at
$ a m and 6 p.m.. followed by
maariv which starts the festival
of Shemim Atzeret Services on
Monday are set for 8.30 am with
11 a.m to be "The Farewell afes-
of the Eighth Day Festival."
:has Torah begins on Monday,
at 6 p.m.. with marching in the ->
nagogue and chanting of Hak
hymns Tuesday ser\ices ar.' -
for 8 30 a m and *". 30 pm
Dt Irving Lehrman will
. Kend sen ices : d the
of Sukkoth Festival
in the main sanctuary of Temple
Emanu-EI,
Miami Beach
will chant the
Friday evenin.
-*ni(e .-
Lehrman -
l> Portion of
included in Sal
: eginntog
tayi of Suk)
down <>n Sunda<
k in the ma.-
Sbemim Ataerea
are scheduleii
ah will
Hakofoa sen
the morning
at 9 a m It I
at both m<>mir:_
i ngregation -
for Monday ..
am. in the Scl
Hoahana Rat
at Beth Ralph**
I.V15 Jeffi r- I
8 pm Rabbi Zvi
The
Hatnoed" dun:
ing n ices I
-ec'ind da>-
u-hcred in at
Cantor Saul H
.he hturgicai i
end and holid
awakfs Y
Monday, at 8
"Sunset and
.> 45 p m Sin-
will be The Joj
day seivices art
a m and 5 45 (
will be "Learning
Ideal "
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S47 E Oaklan
Fridaj
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W'ingarten. Fred Faulkner
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Jenlsf rhrHltr
Page 13-A
iami Federation Picks Sam Luby Jr.
Leadership Award Recipient
,.,hv j, has been select
f recipient rf tm Presi-
f; uadenhip Award, it was
Cored Wdn>ctay b* Joseph
Kin present of the Great-
kiami Jew"* Federation.
Plan!, sponsored by the
Lit and w -t presidents of
Ljtion. 'v iresented annually
.,. o< >oung people who
Lei outstanding service to
',.,,. ,i- agendea. and the
,.', community as a whole.
m choice of an award* if
Lrs difficult, and especially
rt>,4 year, because of the, num-
0f qualified nominess which
flection Committee- sersen-
Lipton delared.
L d< : "I I-i'by Chevro-
[ .... as his award a
^. ttend the annual Gen-
I v- i "l> of the Council of
j and Welfare
(.'.. : intreal from N<>\ LO
L t participation in
a huh will be at-
i. i, w i.-n communal lead-
t Exhibition
Temple Israel
local arti-t Sam
i i now on exhibit in
r th< Sam C Levenson
H m ;it Temple Is
- \l if'!n Si. and will be
. Nov. 1.
!. Alterman i-
her pieces
i r: the exhibit
. ScIm inberg an t
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United States and Canada. Luby
will report to the Federation's Ex-
ecutive Committee.
In addition to serving on Feder-
ation's Executive Committee, the
awardee was chairman of the Com-
bined Jewish Appeal's Young
Men's Division in 1964 and a mem-
ber of the CJA Campaign Cabinet
and Federation Budget Committee
for the last two years. He was as-
sociate chairman for Initial Gifts
in the 1963 CJA campaign.
Luby is a past vice president
and current director of Jewish Vo-
cational Service and a member of
Temple Emanu-El He is a past
.president of the Miami Automobile
,I>earers Association, and a direc-
tor of the Florida Automobile
Dealers Association. Last year, he
was co-chairman of trw Automo-
tive Division for United Fund.
Luby it a lorj-tim* resident
of this area, and currently lives
on Miami Beach with his wife,
lien* Etrodsky Luby, and their
two children, Lisa Beth, 5, and
Sam III, 3.
Luby is a graduate of the Uni-
versity of Miami with a degree in
business administration.
Prior winners of the Presidents'
Leadership Award were Mrs Sue
Stevens, Martin Fine. Marshall S.
Harris, Daniel Neal Heller, and
Norton Pallot, las! year's re
ent.
5.000 Physicians At Heart Meeting
SAM LUBY J*.
Dr. Scheinberg
To Be Speaker
Saturday Evening
The New York Club r>f Florida
will hold a regular meeting on
Sunday. 8 p.m. at the Washington
Federal. 699 ME 167th St.
Speaker will be Dr Peritt
Scheinberg, professor of neurology
at the University of Miami, who
will answer questions about mul-
tiple sclerosis
The Heart Association of Great-
er Miami will play host to a rec-
ord total of more than 5.500 phy-
sicians, scientists and lay leaders
at the 41st annual meeting and sci-
entific sessions of the American
Heart Association to be held this
Friday through Tuesday at the
Americana Hotel.
The meeting will serve as a
forum for presentation of new ad-
vances in all fields of cardiovascu-
lar medicine and research.
Special events, including a fash-
ion show and scenic cruises, have
been arranged for the ladies. Serv-
ing as general chairman of the
Hospitality and Special Events : |
Committee is Mrs Marvin L. Mei-
tus. wife of Dr. Marvin L Meitus,
president of the Heart Association
of Greater Miami.
Assisting Mrs. Meitus on the
committee as co-chairman is Mrs.
Edward W. St. Mary'
Other committee members in-
clude Mrs. Louis Lemberg, co-
chairman, luncheon; Mrs. Wayne
Martin. co-chairman, luncheon;
Mrs. Thyron Sindi, coordinator,
fashion show; Mrs. Bernard Vi-
noslci, favors chairman.
Additional committee members
include Mesdames Martin Belle.
Elliot Cohen. Joseph C.lassberg.
Milton Goldman. Howard Grimier.
Carl Harold. Sherman Kaplan, Vic-
tor Rugel, Maurice Laszlo, Milton
E Lesser, Burton Levin. Sidney
Levin, David Nathan. Sam Rabin.
Stanley Richard. Leonard Rivkin*.
Donald Rosenberg. Sylvan Schotz,
Leonard Suverman. Herman Sum-
ars and Paul Unger.
Beach Chapter Luncheon
Miami Beach Chapter. Nationat
Children's Cardiac Hospital, held
a luncheon meeting Wednesday at
the Roney Plaza Hotel.
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Fridcv October]
Panorama:
By DAVID SCHWARTZ
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en
As We Were Saying; By ROBERT E. SEGAL
Cues for Watts District Miseries
THOSE tfWC
'..'
-
cues a: row
The* f
tearing an :*:~ ated 36 dad. 9W
jar *rre*ted and property
t200.000.0O
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Back '. The ert
+; per
....
m f
ek.
L'oei to be 34 per cent
er than i a- .r. L*Aite*J States When the
Great Depression of the la
Etbscoe .''-.r'jmond has made the trenchant ob-
o'N listening Post:
By SAW CARSON
Golda at the UN
UNITED N'ATI' '
LJER OAIT IS '.-.
.< from the
of the I

-.- irould
has ail "
I* lad;
lutiful <
art just got thr-.
more "har. an hour rtiscnaraig
i rated State QtirVCai Jtati of the
.
i unt.-r. her own p lo-
cation of
- the I' N she the i I j? >" a
.<: jrvl she fotsM > one of her aide= to a
irheri she la met bj the I -.-._. Ministry of The
In her long talk with the U S Secretary of State, she
I d heard of r., Govenuneot'i v. .t such u
- Vm Nam and the India-Pakistan conflict, and she
'old him about Israel > concern with Jordanian m-
Ei Pateh sabotage ra.'i- Arab Diana for di-
verting the headwaters of the Jordan River. Israel's at-
.ude toward the Arab refugee problem.
Now with the man from the Hague, she discusses a
- or<- iBallkted matter, Israel's insistence that the Eu-
ropean Common Market give Israel's citrus fruit industry
more decent break for export of oranges and such to
< Euromart countries. She had taken the quick shift
from one of the world s biggest powen to one of Eu-
rope'l smalk-st in stride, from issue of grave concern
the entire world to a matter, which, by companon,
i- narrow, parochial.
Now. with the foreign MinlftW from The Net her-
ns. *he la taking another walk They go together *>
,at same avenue to another building, a block away
the I S Mission, to the headquarters of the Carnegie
] rdowment f I the Sersegto Peace Building, she is the hostess to
brilliant gathering of 50 Foreign Ministers atvl IN dele-
chairmen including the man from The Hague.
Now. with that abundant social charm which is nonethe-
ed, she presides graciously over this sociu-
ipiomaUc function the first ever held here by Israel.
The night before, she had dropped in on four cock-
ii partial run. respectively, by the delegations of Malawi.
rails, Argentina and th*' Philippine Islands, cover-
thus, a different circtiit of four continents in her
.plomatic tour d horizon Then she had gone to her
hotel suite where, with her male political secretary and
:-male. secretary, she had gone through cables from
Lome. L'N documents, dictated letters and messages, re-
'iirned a few telephone calls, including one from a sister.
This is only part, of course, of the Golda Meir story.

Uge of stavi

seek Indeed, or.e >i the saddi
of the Lo- Angeles tragedy .s to ha\. ter
.-ed demands by
at the ken be placed on
.-. I we train for ''
to condemn the use o: violence.
loot! a arid hoodhjrr..-m as .' ndemr.
out exp>lainers like California Sena-
was hareepect
for lav and order and not ghetto conditions that
were to Wame
The hard climb out of the riot era will not
< by the \e assertion that (he whole is-
Of course, di-dam for ita- law
rr. .- < led But in closing it out. e need to be-
Aj.-e of I :t- We need, for example tn
b) lick at heart o\er the front pa^e headline of U5
New, & World Report "Race Friction Koa A
Crime Probi- rr
Race frletioa ta the tart fruit hetto
. Itor :
cUrt. art-
r, in the a
; and ebTan It is. above a
... ting the N

> is the
v but

erang area -'here rodents

Spr.ngfield* Who n the "Sprii
Plan 4 to all the
Quest >rint
for understanding A
in harmony foreser in Springfield I be
been ct.- pieces by th.
the failure I i r >gntee the ever wide:
promises made to th- -- | ful-
fillment enjoyed by the already prosperous.
From thi- point out. America will work at the
problem of sec. iect. dignity, job-, decent
housing for aU of its people or revolt will blacken
the city skies again and again.
the re<. ,....,
find .
I
that some I
use predk II
Mr Eshkol was n I wuaj \
It tarki ab-r .. c..^J \\
rovemmetrt ittktZl
- the campaign agi il
ing
ered that it : ^
Of (be man who carr.e to -.bbijj I
rar>bi kr r a '
It ill I
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Todoy's Ihovghi: By DR. SAMUEL SILVER
Learning to Pray
QNLY INFREQUENTLY re bestiftl
^'len with Jee wtti:>|
Jei-h publLshers. F-
jnd SeTJ bener's Th.- Si aadflsl
brochure on being a J- herei|
puboshed by non-J-
There are a few b -. urittn
lc*< for Jews that d
reader-hip
One of them, you ma) be a-'.om>b
learn i called Teaeh Me to Pray as ntia|
to crackerjack educators. Mrs I ravemel
Cleveland, and Rabbi David Cedarb
It ha> sola in the thousands.
Cedarbanm Is a seasoned specialist in child trattaj
He supervises the training program-
temples Mrs Braverman is a remark. nan tt
ran us schools rr. th- untry Mai
. she has written a number
i sensitive soul and a fine
.....Of Sg .:: Lib i
h:e filled them
T. man book
:... i:l. tips I
imperfeetl
to prayer natural!;. \
. .,
ab il
It i- no probk-m when you da wen N
I you don't fee! iwl : *'"
modern Jews do not seem to ha\e Uw
rectung .i\rds of prayer in I
a mother prof, that the can't com for-
words of the prayers And fathers are ever ***
lathers have often told their rabbis that tbej
conduct a Seder, for example, because the) i ?-
- to the mood needed to articulate
iges in the HagaTadah.
So we need badly an adult book on P"y
Such a volume might point out that praying can be o-
tivated; you merely have to get used to
Between you and Me; By BORIS SM0LAR
Danes Shy from Airing Their Aid
THE DRAMATIC details of the i
unique rescue operation tar-
ried out by the people in Denmark
under the very nose of the Nazii
have not yet been written fully.
This is because the Danes are very
shy in talking al>out them. They
have always considered the '
as part of the nation, and wlieni
you talk to them in Copenhagen,
they tell you they see nothing exceptional in aiding
their own people. They are inclined to give more
credit to Sweden for admitting the Jews and sup
plying them with suitable employment than to talk
about their own role in the operation The full story
of how the entire Jewish community of Denmark
was saved by the Dani-n people and of the geflr
erous boapitahtj given to the Jewish refugees by-
Sweden will probably come t.> light onlv Dow, in
the campaign for si.ijoo.ooo proclaimed in the United
States by the Thanks to Scandinavia Organization.
This group of which Richard Nctter Pf"*"^
Mew York attorney, is president and Victor jW*
the famous artist is national chairman m,'"n
to rai-c among Jews, and also among 'U\nt
tins country si.ouo.ooo as a perpetua, <"' '*m'. :
fund for the purpose of financing schol 'bips ^
students from Scandinavia in apprecia"
ing the Jews.
In Scandinavia, the scholarship T:
ha*
been extensively publicized, and although '' '" ,!l
in Denmark believe that no one should be -' ^
for doing what is onlv right, some of tl e Tosu.
leaders in the United States feel that Jews 0**JJj
governments and the people of StaiKlinau.i .. n< .
debt of gratitude which has not yet been -:!^"";"
ly recognized. So does otniously the I S ('^' .
ment w huh has made the contributions to
Thanks to Scandinavia taxdeductible WithoetW
fanfare, the group in New York ha- |L,-,'^U0I1
ceived about $150,000 in contributions, in ,0J
to substantial pledges.


October 15, 1965
Jenltti fh rHl.tr
Pace .:
opening business meeting of the Jewish
[tional Fund Council of Greater Miami in
Fontainebleau Hotel are (left to right)
braham Grunhut. Mrs. Miriam Press, Zev
Kogan. Jack Fishman, Leon J. Ell, Leo
[indlin and Gershon Miller. Ell, outaoina
president of the JNF Council, is being suc-
ceeded by William J. Bornstein, who was
elected at the meeting. Mindlin, executive edi-
tor of The Jewish Floridian, was guest speak
er at the function.
rge UN Act on Terrorists
Continued from Pasje 1-A
|m Marsh, acting chief of tht
lited Nations True* Supervi-
Organiiation, reported this
ek to the Israel Foreign Min-
in Jerusalem.
M.,r-ii conferred last week
mian Premier Wasfi T;il
itted i" him the gravity
l's views en the repeated
| im irsions. The UN offi-
ed the Premier t convey
to King Hussein. It
,-1 also that King Hub-
ware <>f the possible in-
ai to his regime if the
I Uih organization, which is
rolled and financed mainly by
t ontinued its activities in
t unchecked.
15 indicated thai Col. Marsh
p -i to Israel assurances
i irdan i efforts to suppress
vsx&a.
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the El Fatah activities, as well
as a Jordanian request to Israel
to maintain patience pending the
outcome of the Jordanian efforts.
Diplomatic quarters here ex-
pressed satisfaction with a speech
by King Hussein to the Parliament
of Jordan this weak in which he
said his Government would act to
prevent El Fatah raiders from
crossing the border into Israel to
commit acts ot sabotage. Some
half doaen such raids took place
last week on an almost nightly
basis However, it was pointed out
here that the King's statement will
have to be tested bj results and
that if the raids did not end. Is-
rael would continue to reserve its
right to BCt
Israel will be compelled to
"hit" bases in neighboring Arab
lands from which the gangs of
El Fatah operate, and also to
Pepper Seeking
Voting Age Drop
Congressman Claude Pepper
has introduced legislation to
provided that "no citizen of the
United States who is 18 years of
age or older shall be denied the
right to vote by reason of age."
"If our young men are old
enough at 18 to serve in the armed
forces, as many of them are doing
todaj In Viet Nam. they are old
enough to have a voice in the gov-
ernment of the country they arc
defending." Peppei said.
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Informed sources reported here i
that the Arab states have decided
n> suspend effective support to the
Arab League's Palest me Libera-
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PLo will continue to exist on
p. per. The abstention so far by
Arab speakers at the United Na-
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Miami. Florida. Friday, October 15 1965
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:am I. Brenner, president of Greater Miami Section.
Council of Jewish Women, signs the lease for its
i .ft Shop at 5922 South Dixie Highway, South Miami.
, will open its doors for business on Friday. Witness-
ing (left to right) ore Mrs. Charles Rosenberg, sec-
cresident of ways and means; Mrs. Arthur Gilbert.
recording secretary; Mrs. Brenner; and Mi?s Minnie
executive secretary. The other two thrift shops are
': 346 N. Miami Ave.. and 5601 NW 7th Ave.
iami Chapter Member Tea
pter <>f B'nai B'nth M- -'.-hr> Pins.
a membership tea on | E. Albert Pallet, international
: n the Coronation vice president of B'nai B nth. was
Barcelona Hotel guest speaker
mbers were installed Fu- iin -hew was presented
- ceremony and pre- by Adrian Thai, with members ot
, B'nai B'rith Menorah the group modeling.
by ISABEL GROVE
Wil
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Traveling since early June.
Sara Han is. of 1200 Ocean Dr..
toured through Scandinavia. Den-
mark, Yugoslavia and Israel, and
then took a cruise through the
Greek Islands and Portugal on
the SS Deioss On her first
day in Lisbon, she got some mea-
gre news about the late, unla-
mented Betsy, and although she
had been looking forward to ex-
tensive sightseeing, she Immedi-
ately emplaned for Miami .
Although the intrepid Sara has
been through many hurricanes,
starting with the whopper in
18.'6, this was the first time she
wasn't on the premises to check
on her h. me and properties
An inveterate world-traveler. Mrs
Harris has returned many times
to Israel since her first visit there
in 1935. and finds the changes she
sees in the country each time
absolutely fascinating"
* *
Here from Israel for a visit
with cousins Mrs, Dora Offenhen-
den and the Dave Alpers. Col
Kalman Forat. of the Israel Army,
impressed with the beauty of the
area and loyally predicts that
"Israel will be as beautiful in a
few yvars" Col. Morat. whose
army career spans 27 years, had
a brief stint as a diplomat when
he represented his government
lor two years in Argentina.
*
Mr and Mrs. Charles Lyman.
of Lawrence. L. L. here for the
holidays Entertained at .
dinner party given by the Mur-
ray Lymans, of Bay Harbor Isl-
ands Party guests in honor
of the visitors included Flor-
ence Kupperman and the Joe
Scheers .
New* received by Mr. and Mrs.
Larry Friedland, 6080 Pinetree
Dr.. that son Konald Alan Fried-
land, who deserted Miami Beach
frr Chicago, has passed the Illi-
nois Bar exims.

Forte Towers the scene ot a
suprise birthday-dinner party
staged by Arthur Ornstein in
honor of wife. Sophie Some
27 guests managed to keep It all
secret, including the Ornstein's
daughter, who is visiting from
New Jersey.

South Florida Women making
their first appearance in the
fourth edition of "Who's Who of
American Women" include Helen
Alpert. Helen S. Baum and Anna
Brenner Meyers Miss Alpert
is now with the staff of Time-Life
Magazine in New York Mrs.
Baum la a local public relations
representative, and Mrs Meyers,
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JfeH#fi Drrlcftor
Friday, OcIbW.
Beach School
Features Panel
\ i. : ine" panel ahow
was Feat i ntral Beach Bl
ementarj Brat general
meeting on Wednesday evening
Panelists Included Wayne Far
js<. news commentator for Ch 7.
u/CKT; Mrs Jean Groves. Dade
County Council PTA president:
Ali \ Gordon, Metropolitan Dade
Count? Commissioner; and Paul
Hell, new coordinator of Bi-l.ing-
ual Education for Dade County.
Mrs Paul Ro>cn. vice president
and program chairman, served as
moderator.
School principal is l,ero\ D
Pineberg PTA president is Mrs
Harry B Smith
Pin$leytobeSpefl|,er
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Mrs. Irene Fink (left) and Mrs. Ethel Gordon of hours during the summer and on weekends
(nght) present service pins, bars and certifi- included (lef to right) Karen Zinner, Marsha
cotes to some 50 teen-age volunteers at Ce- Hart, Irene Bloch, Lynn Weintraub, and Re-
dars of Lebanon hospital in ceremonies held becca Woodall. They chalked up a record ol
this week at the new auditorium. Some of the 195 hours,
teen-ogers who worked the greatest number______________________________________
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Children of 1
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party at
Thv I1'""' :ied far
at 10:30 m
Ian. spiritual tt MU
will Mess the r,. J|
gin ;, new >. .- Hrtfrt,
Mrs. Berkowitz Named to Head Mesivta Women
Mrs Murray Berkowitz. active
in various religious, educational
and philanthropic organizations,
has been elected to the presidency
of the Women of the Mesivta of
Greater Miami. Louis Merwitzer
High Se&OOL The Mesivta is lo-
cated at 1965 Alton Road. Miami
Beach. Florida.
Mrs Berkowitz succeeds Mrs
Irwin Makovsky. who served as
president for two years and has
been elected honorary president.
Elected to serve with Mrs. Berko-
witz are Mesdames Harry Lerner.
honorary president: Sylvia Zemel.
vice president; Jerome Bienenfeld.
vice president; Theodore Landes-
man. vice president: Roberta
Zaager. financial secretary; S.
Louis Schwartz, recording sec-
retary: Morton Mayberg, corres-
ponding secretary; Berel Wein.
treasurer.
Installation luncheon will take
place Thursday noon. Oct. 14. at
the home of Rabbi and Mrs. Alex-
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student body.
Mrs Berkowitz. a parent of a
Mesivta student is an officer in
the Hebrew Academy Women's or
Sanitation, Beth Israel Congrega
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tion and other women's groups,
She is the wife of Murray Berko-
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Rabbi Gross will be installing of-
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Mrs Hyman Kolko. an officer
of the Women's Group of the Me-
sivta and one of his leaders, will
be chairman of the installation.
Program is being arranged in the
spirit of the Sukkoth Festival V<..t
lured will be Irving Spielman. con-
cert pianist
Rabbi Abraham Groner. one o(
the Roshei Yeshiva ot the Mesivta.
will address the Women's Group.
v be Berkowiti will extend
-ii etings to the newIj inst
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''-- Henry : Warnkk ;rzr.:Ls _-.- aord Ic LiA to righl "re Mesdame* Lillian --
j.-'.- if i li iTih -' inn chairman of the day; Esther Levitz, --"
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Criminal Court Judge Edward Klein and his wife. Wilma left .
welcome Mr. and Mrs. David Linn at a party giver, in Judge
Klein's honor at Miami Springs Villas. Some 50 of the Kleins
friends joined to give the function a personal touch at which
some 2.500 persons attended. It was the largest s.ngle affair
ever held at the Villas. Klein, his wife and their two children
live at 1900 SW 59th Ave.
Alpha Omega Fashion Show
Nothing goes with
a good meal like
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bribing as the finest, tastiest tea
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Ladies' Auxiliary erf the Greater
Miarru .Alumni Chapter of Alpha
Omega hab scheduled its member-
ship meeting and fasruon show
luncheon f->r Tuesday at the home
GUh
fashions will be from Young
Sophisticates Theme will be
Young Sophisticates Fall Frolic
'A Fashion."
Mrs George Graham wUl be
>n -how commentator
Sta ihsrj ember i are
Hotter. Adler. Mrs Edwin
Fight for Sight League
ter Mi
mi ': odi !. ine .
. regular lui eetii
F
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meetii
Bims. Mrs I.awTenc* Krasne.
Mrs Paul Richman Mr- Howard
Rosen Mrs Alben Ro^entta: Mrs
Peter Rubelman. and Mrs Arthur
Sttrin
President i- Mr- MoftOO Ro-en
bluth. Chairman ut the day u Hit
H>"man Lev ine
The local project trf the Auxiliary
is raising fund- for the Den'-j
Clinic affiliated with Yariet) I
dren's Hospital
id Make
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Mr- Abraham Augenstein. chair
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wts to report or. the
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i;or groups are banding together to
k s their admiration for one woman who
j itiibuted to all of them. Mrs. Irvinq
[ wife of Dr. Lehrman, spiritual lead-
pie Emanu-El. will be the recipient of
|( ors at a luncheon on Oct. 27 at the
c r.ebleau Hotel. At a Planning Committee
p al the Crystal House, hosted by Mrs.
fle: >xierman. wife of the president of Tem-
I ., nu-El. are seated (left to right) Mrs.
F. Thau, president, American Friends
Hebrew University, Women's Division;
1 Soderman; Mrs. Sol Goldstein, chairman
Honor Luncheon; Mrs. Jacob Katzman,
esident. Sisterhood and program chair-
2:1 of the luncheon. Standing are Mrs. Sam-
uel Faiick. executive director, Women's divi-
sion. Greater Miami Jewish Federation; Mrs.
Max Swartz. president, Miami Chapter of Ha-
dassah; Mrs. Max Kern, president, B'nai B'rith
Council of Miami Beach; Mrs. Jean C. Leh-
man, chairman of community attendance;
Mrs. Florence Kupperman, president. South-
eastern Florida Region, Women's American
ORT; Mrs. Herbert S. Shapiro, Sisterhood
president; Mrs. William I. Brenner, president,
National Council of Jewish Women, Greater
Miami Section; Mrs. Charles P. Feinberg, vice
president. Federation of Jewish Women; and
Evelyn Kopelman, coordinator of special
luncheon publicity chairman.
Virginia Booker
Commentator At
Fashion Show
Sisterhood of Temple Or i
i ihe pp of Miss
.i Bookei as '
ant
. m show luncheon
Mi- er. J wile's
r\' weatl icr on
tin life l efore the public as I
ion model, actre bi autj
an) and mosl recentlj v
f the ten best i
.i nen in the h< can
be seen nightly on Tele'
Ch 10 as weather reporter.
The "Tres Elegant" i will
take place Tuesday noun. Oct. 26,
at the New Everglades Hotel R
Fashions will be by Beth We
h furs by Adrian Thai, hair and
v igs by Minna, and musical ac-
companiment by Mis John Huff
Chairman of the affair is Mrs.
.\i Levenson, assisted by Mrs Ed-
ward Block. The committee is
composed <>f the Mesdames Bud
Singer, Saul Gelb. Morris Draluck.
RalrA Fislol. Allen Kurzwell. Bar-
bara Schocket. Martin Hirsh. Harry
Sarnoff and Lester Glaser.
Ways and Means vice president
is Mrs. Gerald Schwartz, and pres-
ident of Sisterhood is Mrs. Murray
Rosenberg. Rabbi Samuel April is
spiritual leader of the congrega-
tion.
Virginia bockir
itya Chapter Installs Officers At Member Meet
e... Chapter of Mizrachi Worn- Dancers presented a tfroup of pop- -Goodman, of Sky Lake Synagogue
a membership and instal- ular Israeli dances. Cantor Lewis .ed group singing
l-rogram Wednesday at the
f Mrs Ira Stein. 15760 NE
Palfof fo Attend Convenfion
E. Albert 1'allot. president of
Biscayne Federal Savings and
Loan Association, will attend bus-
iness sessions of the National
League of Insured Savings Associ-
ations Convention on Oct. 24 to 28
in Beverlv Hills, Calif.
Bialolenki Will
Speak Tuesday
Mrs Irving westin. pi :r*m
chairman for Justine C >ter,
Women's Division. America
ish Congress, announces thai "Of
Andre S. Bialolenki will sp ik in
"United Nations. Interns tonal
Cooperation Year, and Yo. at
a special meeting Tuesday. 12:30
p.m.. in the home of Mrs. Harold
Druker, 1443 w 21st St.. Sunset
Island 4.
Prof. Bialolenk' was b in
Paris. France, and is a graduate
of City College of New Yor'
Chairman for the day '..I he
Mrs Sylvia Silvers, pre-lent,
Justine Chapter. Reports v..[ be
given by Mrs. Jack Shapiro, mem-
bership chairman; Mrs. '^net
Fhawmut, chairman, Commission
on law and social action, ai
Lillian Goodman, commission on
community interrelations
PL
Sukkata was the scene for
Jonah E. Caplan. of Sky
S> nagogue, who installed a
I tee Ot three presidents for
: year The new board
Mrs Jonah Caplan.
an Lieberman, and Mrs.
I .-
ffieers for the year are
:el Gropen, vice presi-
n. mbersMp; Mrs. Minnie
asurer; Mrs. Rom Lit-
i iing secretary-; an^
\n Cohen, correspond
tary
the installation of
the local Carmelite
Harbour
icps Readying
I eneral mat
head of Bal Har-
.i mounced that on
h f the multi million dot-
enter proceedini
i- -. h duled for
named M !: ray
i mai : ger of the cei I
form" r Miami News
DUblU relations CO-OT
^tor and I Lward Stone, of Ft
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| who will also be land
I -it for interama, said
00 would be spent on
ii Shops' beautifica-
ram
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regular meeting of the Coral
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Elton Edelman, with \2 mem
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Friday, Qciobe,
... ^Mtout jreoplc and < jr "
Chapter Officers Again Installed
aces

IT'S TIME TO GO TO WORK TRUDY
Judge Charles Gertler and his Hilda are im-
mensely impressed with their daughter Trudy,
who has spent two years at Sara Lawrenee and
DM now according to her own definition, taken
a year's Sabbatical. She is m New York and
has a job in the Public Relations Department
Of the Revlon company. It's a wise lather who
knows hi.- own child, and Judge Gertler just
couldn't understand how bis daughter, who loves
to sleep late, would ever gel to work on time
Yen simple Trudy has a telephone service that
wakes her up every morning saying. "Trudy.
you have to go to work, it's tune to get up."
"BETSY"CLEARED THE HOUSE
Natalie anil Melvyn Krumkes were in despair
Over the antics of the kirrM hurricane which de-
vastated their new 1> -decorated home. No car-
pet or furniture was left. So they filled the house
with small tables and chairs. Festoons of crepe
paper and balloon.- hung from the ceilings, and
lo the scene was set for a cabaret party as a
surprise for Diane Eiseoberg. As Diane and her
husband. Eddie, walked in the door, the whole
rchestra went to meet them, with the trumpet
playing "Happj Birthday" loud and clear. The
bartender was kepi busy, and dancing went on
until way past two O'clock. Among quests were
EUen and Bernard Mandler. Sandy and Jules Ar-
kin. Jill and Stanle) Arkin. David* and Happy
Levy. Kllie and Mike Singer. Pearl and M..r'.\
Ifitzil:. Norm,i and Donald Ho-enberg. Linda and
Irwin Potash, Diane's mother and father. S>hia
and Abe Savitz, Yal and Buddy Hart. Jewel and
Gerard Mhainuck. Judy and Marty Smith and
Ruby and Bert Josephson.
YEA, BELIEVE IT OR NOT
That smile on the lace of Sidney Schwart! i-
due to his wife Esthers latest kick I -ing a
prized recipe of her grandmother, hsther lias
been making rve bread. The bappj recipient- of
a loaf of homemade bread for the holidays can
well gloat. It was delicious
GOLFERS LADIES THAT IS
The opening meeting and luncheon <>l the l>.i>-
shore Women's Golfers Association was fun
Pearl Haberstadt and Dotty (Mrs. Henry i Mor-
ris planned a nice surprise As favor-, lluy pre-
sented each member with a Golf Ringer card
and the association Year Book in a black leather
folder. Among golfer- good and bad. who at-
tended the lun.heon were Sul (Mrs Louis Roths-
child. R"/ 'Mis Bert Zuckcrman. Norms Mrs
Morton) Steele. Mildred (Mrs Morn-' Gidney
ijjtvia (Mrs. Alexanderi Rubin. Pete (Mrs
Harold] Kassewitz, Mr- Ida Cohen. Mr- Tedi
Steinhardt, Mrs Anne C. Corr.-in. and Micke)
(Mrs. Murray i Sonnelt
TAKE ME TO YOUR LEADER
In Rome, leading the Hada-ah 60-day tOUT,
is Kitt) (Mrs Samuel Z.) Sakrai-. who writes
she s having a meat time and will be home in
November
THEY NEVER FORGET
a New Year's message that linger- ion- in your
mind. "In the New Year. ma) we come to
realize that what we are i- God's gift to u-
what we become is our gift to God Postn
Philadelphia, n came from Rabbi Yaako* R
berg, his Devorah and then Peninah ami Slurah
Frances Lehman
Miami Beach Chapter of Mi/
rachi Women is startling Its new
\ear by reinstalling officers who
have guided the chapter during the
past ve.ir in membership and fund
raising.
on Wedneada) at the Riti Plata
Hot.!. Rabbi Joseph Rocfcovak)
will induct Mr- Rachel Kat/ Lau
fer, president. Mr- Pauline (Irun I
Mrs Ida Weasel, honorary
rresidents; Mrs. Betty Shelter.
Mr- Man M Somle. Mr- Ethel
Curson Mr- Eli Gechman, Mrs
Stoffer, Mr- Bertha shat/.
Mr- Anna (,elman. Mr- Fannie
Knobow, vice presidents; Mr- Da-
vid Bergcr, Ireaaurer; Mrs. Sylvia
Meyers Mrs David Berger, Mrs
Julia 'lurk.: Mrs. Louis Lustif
Mr- Raymond Bollock, secretar-
ies; and the full Board of Dire.
tors
In charge of the aiiair are Mrs
Ethel Cui v .
-oor. inaior a "m
ooordinator
Al"' "Mh.
maintain- ,h
I 1 t> I '...l.. II.. *l
on ,
li..m Peni "7.ul,kjl
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lit*]
Beth MosheHj
Luncheon Slay
\ Ladi,
Will I- g|V(
terho
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Circle Ri i iders Jtaf
ley Tamb
Jackson mbers
circk will act -1
Rabbi Rii
vein "'lh. -
Michcner
ar.d Mrs. Dave Maiguliest left;, who held and congratulating Mr. and Mrs. Stanley
a reception ior the Host Committee for the Stein, to be honored at the dinner Saturday
Congregation Beth Torah Israel Dinner at evening. Oct. 23, at the Americana Hotel.
r.eir home last week, joined dinner chairman Sen. William Proxmire will be guest speaker.
Samuel Fox, and Mrs. Fox (right' in greeting
Beth Torah Plans Dinner Tribute For Stanley Steins
Members oi the Host Committee
i ation Beth Torah
i 'inn,- of State wr;
n >n given bj Mr
\.- at
lg to coll ;
i r on Saturday
. the Amei
i -. '
Mr and Mrs Stanley Stein will
Israel Con lation
t the i
thi- dinner co
with Dr. Max \ Upsobitz, spirit-
ual leader ol Congregation Beth
Torah are Richard Sneider, con-

dinner chairman. and Stanle>
and Irving New mat i
chairmen Mr and Mrs Marguiies
the 11 ~-t Committee Ma) i
,; \ Snj 'I. r, oi the ( il
... b. is honorarj
Sen. William Proxmire, of Wis-
Flamingo Chapter Has Anniversary
Grov insj up to 13" w as the
t me "i the Flamingo Chapter,
i B'rith, meeting on Saturday
The affair marked the
group's i>..r Mitzvefi year in the
Hial. ah Miami Springs
i nder President Mrs. Ted Rob-
inson w u- honored
Among guests were Samuel \< i
iMTft president. B nai B nth Dis-
trict I Grand Lodge; Mrs. Nat II
Levy, a past t>rcsident. BBW Dis-
trict 5; and Mr- Stanley C C.old-
I Di-trut ."> chapter <-onsultant
Fntertainment featured the Par-
twns Trio In charge of reserva-
I (, r'.o '
|
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nemo Im'k- to faculty members
'! .lemeiitary schools The pro
gram was initiated by .South
Florida Council Anti-Defamation
League of B'nai Brith. with 1
contribul
the lHik- to the chapter.
The ADL books offer V
the dates of important
with their meanings ami bai
complete glossarj of \i>l mate-
rials suitable lor alssWWWi use.
consin, a noted champion of Is-
rael and personal friend of Dr.
Lipschiti will be a special guest
at the dinner, coming at the per-
sonal invitation of the Beth Tor-
ah spiritual leader.
Included on the Committi I
lb.-;, for tin dim i

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ifVINSON
MRS. EGGNA1I
[h Torah USY
irs Speaker
Morris, <: the
ipa] Court, ad-
ah Senior i SV
. ice brunch on
MRS. SILVERS
Goffers flecf Officers
Newly fli cted offi< ers of the
tenth Holers Golf Association of
Coi .il Gabli 9 are Sam Elcook,
president; Roberl Da ugh try, vice
president; Harvej Gordon, treas
urer: and Judge Milton A. Fried-
man, secretary.
,.il italtuch. director <>f
announced thai
Abraham Schorr
inch in honor oi
ol their daughter, El-
n i< es began at u 30
. i |ia|>el under the direc-
Patipa, religious vice
- !('! and .lo<".
e i i ai ange
ns were made
ers Following
received certifi
Var in Abramowitz,
ib> Cavell, Cheryl
Schwartz
Southeast Re
and retiring presi
Senior i SV
in a plaque
n I :. voted sei t
pn icnl -: to
U 111! SIT, i
m 1963-64
Tolisi president
i lolden >'-
- Beth roi
ith vice presi
Zamora Women
Feature Party
"Sisterhood, to the Sound of Mu-
sic" was presented .it the member-
bring-a-member part) sponsored
bj Temple Zamora Sisterhood on
Wednesday,
Directed by Mrs Jerome Lei-
berman, who also offered the nar-
ration, cast members included Mes-
dames Irving Klein, Joseph Ostrle,
Louis Charter, Leon rlonig, Joe
Kwart, Sam Altman. Philip Rubin.
and Rita Gordon, pianist,
Cultural chairman is Mrs Ike
Gordon, with Mrs Israel Kussner,
membership chairman.
Improvement Amendment
County Commissioner Joseph A.
Boyd discussed Florida's Highway
Improvemenl Amendment, uhich
comes up for vote by residents of
Florida on No* 2 before the Mi
ami Beach Bar Assn luncheon
meeting on Mondaj .it the li Lido
Hotel
Beth Sholom
Arts Festival
Launched Anew
Beth Sholom set ond annual
Festival ol the \r- will be inaug
urated al a cocktail part) at the
home ol Mrs Sylvia Silvers, B5< Q
No Bay Rd, Miami Beach on Sun-
day from 3:30 to 5 p.m., according
to an announcement b) Mrs. Sey-
mour Silvi rman, pn sident of the
Sisterhood of Temple Beth Sholom.
The Beth Sholom Festival ol
the Arts was so successful lasl
year thai it i> now on the way to
becoming a tradition at Beth Sho-
lom." explained Mrs Silverman.
"The book reviews, the concert,
the art exhibits, which comprised
the Festival lasl year, met with
such universal acclaim that, oi
course, we are going to repeat the
pattern ti>i year
In charge of the Beth sholom
Festival Of the Arts this year are
lira Meyer Bggnatz, chairman;
Mrs. Stanle) Levinson and Mrs
Aaron M Reder, co-chairmen,
Memberships in the Beth Sho-
lom Festival of the Arts are avail-
able to the general public at the
Temple office.
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lo shows left to riqht Linda Buchwald and Lisa Newman.
Jents in the Kindeiqa:!en and Nursery Department of the
le L'manu-El Solomon Schechter Day School, who find
=.y to combine Jewish reliaious instruction with American
Linda is spellinq out "am" in Hebrew, which means
i," and U.S. while Lisa watches intently.
Jerusalem Slated
For 13-Day Cruise
Next Passover
By Special Report
The Zim Lines popular cruise
ship, Jerusalem, will make a 13-
day Passover cruise on the Medi-
terranean next April, during which
she "ill serve as a hotel for hel-
ps ssengers tor five days and four
nights in Israel, it was announced
b) Alfred /. Kis. vice president
for passenger traffic of the Zim
Lines.
The cruise will Include tradi-
tional Seder services aboard ship
while at sea. Optional sight-seeing
excursions will be available in Is-
rael and at other ports of call at
moderate prices. Kis said.
The cruise begins at Marseilles
on Apr. 3 and ends there on Apr.
, 16. In addition to Haifa, the
Jerusalem will call at Piraeus,
port of Athens, for a 10-hour
visit and at Palermo, Sicily,
where passengers will also have
10 hours for sight-seeing ashore.
Fares for the cruise start at $310.
The fully-air conditioned, stabi-
lizer-equipped Jerusalem was built
in 1957 and has been employed on
the Zim Lines' Mediterranean and
trans Atlantic routes. For six con
secutive seasons, the liner cruised
from U. S ports to the Caribbean.
She boasts a full deck of public
rooms. Lido Deck with outdoor
swimming pool, movie theater, a
synagogue, children's dining room
land playroom and elevaters be-
tween decks.
More than 80 percent of her cab-
ins are outside, most with private
or semi private facilities. Normal-
ly a two class liner with accommo-
. datlons for 570 passengers, the Je-
rusalem will be operated on a one-
class basis while cruising.
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Mrs. Affachiner
Mrs Max Aiachiner has been
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nounced by Rabbi Zevi Greenwald
Mrs. Affachiner is president ol
the l li Goodman Gr< p >>f Ha
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There was a i lar mi ling of
the ECarrj H Con i Sui tside Ba>
Harbor Auxilian at Lhe Town Hall
on Wednesday evening. Plans arc
completed tor tl annual card par
I ty to be held on Nov. 16 al Tern
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WOMAN OF THE WEEK
Shirley, wife of Rabbi Solomon Schiff. spiritual load-
er of Both El Congregation and executive vice president
if the Greater Miami Rabbinical Association, grew up in
Chicago in an atmosphere of Judaism. Included in her
family background were a rabbi and a cantor, while her
father was a shochet. She attended Hebrew School and
also Hebrew High School. In Roosevelt College in Chicago,
she majored in education and later taught primary' grades
in the public school system. She met her husband while
he was working his way through rabbinical school as a
cantor. She heard him sing, decided he was just marvelous,
and still does
Their dates, most of them
walking through the park, were
really poems of music as the fu-
ture rabbi sang softly to his fi-
ance, who was soon to be his wife.
The Rabbis first call was Du-
buque. la. Shirley gave up her
teaching to coordinate Jewish ed-
ucation for the city. It was here
that she attended theological sem-
inars on higher Jewish education
in the Ministerial School at Du-
buque University.
Shirley recalls, although it
[ 'fcj^ J^ was a little out of her field, win
ning a beauty contest as a repre-
MHfT sentative of the Drama College.
It was a wonderful experience,
truing poise and assurance to the costestants. From Du
tuque, the Schiffs moved to Miami. Shirley brought along
the scrap books on her husband that she started when
they were first married. She- keeps them up to date and
is justly proud of them.
The Schiffs are a singing family, the Rabbi. Shirlvs
and Elliot 8. and Jeffrey 5. both of whom go to the He-
brew Academy. Shirley feels that her role as the wife of
a rabbi is just the same as if he were a doctor, lawyer or
merchant. She tries to Ik- as active in the life of the con-
gregation and the community as possible Because she
likes being with people, it is an easy task. Currently, she's
program chairman of the Beth El Sisterhood, chaplain of
the PTA of the Hebrew Academy, and charter member
and donor chairman <>f Klnneret Chapter <>f Mizrachi
Women.
Shirley feels that providing an Orthodox Jewish back
ground with observance of all the ceremonies and festi-
vals, as weU as keeping ,i kosher home, is simple and easj
to do it is also important for the children to have a nor
al home life, even though the Rabbi's hours are Irri
lar As much as possible, she goes with him on his calls,
feeling the strong bond between her husband and her
self, as well as the close ties with the congregation There's
o time for golf, bul Shirlej always can find time to n
Everj summer, the Schiffs take a vacation and are in the
process >i seeing America firs! by car Howevei thej are
oking forward to the daj when together they win be
seeing Israel the ancient homeland >! thru people
*^ociiilite bu sjrSCIt>et C_^i
Miss Cohnstein
Weds Hollywood's
Stephen Freed
TAe Seville Hotel's AJhasnbra
Room was the scene of the wed-
ling Salt rday, Ocl 9 ol Paulette
Sherry Cohnstein, daughter <>t Mr
and Mr- Philip Cohnstein. 5970
SW 13th Ter and Stephen David
Freed, son i f Mr and Mrs Albert
He'd. Hollywood, Fla.
Officiating at the evening 11
mom was Rabbi David Shapiro,
of Hollywood
The bride is a graduate of South-
west High and the University of
Miami, and is presentl) employed
as a teacher in 'he Dade County
school system The groom attended
Jacksonville University ami the
University of Miami He span! a
year as an exchange student in
Israel. He i< a Mason and is asso-
ciated with Sears Roebuck and
Company
The brides gown, a family heir
loom, was floor-length tulle and
Belgian lace over ivory satin. The
bouifant shoulder length veil cas
carted from a crown of seed pearls
and rhinestones
The bride was attended by her
sister. Joan Barbara Cohnstein.
maid of honor. Bridesmaids were
Lois Friedman. Pennie Davis,
Helene Cohen. Bobbi Krupen.
Elaine Burak. and Laura Coleman
Junior bridesmaid was Robertj
Meisel. and flower girl was Bilene
Eisenberg.
The groom was attended by his
Belfer, Kap|Qn
Exchange Yow,
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Certini>d from Pe 1-B
nr ol the Dade Counts
I Board, is active in and has
bei cited by a veritable tele-
i directory <>f civic, philan
ic an I religious organiza-
inrluding minx SOUS bar as-
nons. of which she is a
Hi* ber.
. ili and Mrs. Sol Landau, of
I David Congregation, will
reception f<>r their oopgre
on Sunday at their home
rove
As has been the custom during
previous Sukkoth holidays aboul
members are expected t"
Visit .
Also m the spun of the current
holiday season, Mrs Leon Kron
ish. wife of Beth Sholom's spun
ual leader. Rabbi Leon Kn.nish.
entertained Sisterhood members
.:nd wives of new Temple mum
bers at a morning coffee and aft-
ernoon tea on Tuesday at the
Kroiush home on Prairie Ave.
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brother. Charles Freed, best man.
Ushers were Paul Derr. Gary Da-
vidson, Harry Shoemaker. Stanley
Katzman, Donald Downie and
.ii hn Jones. Jr Junior usher was
Barn Eisenberg
.After a honeymoon in Nassau.
the couple Will live in Key West
Miss Jacobs Now
Mrs. Braun
The marriage f Miss June Car
ol Jacobs, daughter <>f Mr and
Mrs Julius Jacobs, "f Miami, and
I och Sheldrake. N Y t.> Stephen
Jay Braun son of Mr and Mm
Alexander Braun. of New York.
- plan- on Saturday, Oct 0
Ret Harold WoUdn performed
the ceremony A reception was
held at the Karmel Hotel. Loch
Sheldiake, and the wedding guests
were invited to remain overnight
and participate at the wedding
k-fasl on Sundaj
The bride wore gown of oys-
ter white peau de soie, trimmed
with ilencon lace styled with a
chapel train A crown of flowers
and pearls held the silk tulle fin
tjertip \ eil, and she carried bou
quel <>: t hite i "--. an I lilies of
the
Kravetz sistei of
on of honor
nela Braun, nieces
: i ro 'in were flowei girls
i I brother
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carers
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celona Hot<
Rabin Mi
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The bride
Sender \| K .:
consul iv
Mrs (Cap!
Mr Kaplan
Jewish
and servi
onist Orj
Mrs 1..
ter's matroi
Kadushin a Smt'i
as bridesma
For the nj \irs
chose .i Htti mo) .hue,
silk peau de with lonj (
ral tram II at ired reenfc
ered beaded .. .n Uce i
ed with see Is and p,^
The bride iuated -nk i
ors from IV. ce FruantU
varsity f Ha a wtth a,
In social scii and jIsq'i
School of Ij:
Son of Mrs M Iren Better |
Indian Creek : and tht |
Samuel Belf- : :,r.-r^
graduated ir HiA
in New Nork n has I de;m|
business adn t ration !roa|
University where i
served as rtafl U r for the 1
mess Bulletin He is i
ed with Hir-< I
His brothei
served as Ik--'
Following a hum .moon ji
maica, Mr B< and his
m ill li\e m V Beach
MRS MfU
the
ii mgi
Forte Towers
Hadassch Meet
Belle Plaza Social Club
'la '. ,l Ulub met in
i H" 'in >! the Deau
Hotel .hi Sunda) evening Ac
ling to Mrs Fred tbrams, in
charge ol arrangements some 125
-. les) ittended the affair
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Friday. Cciober 15. 1965
Jewish fhrHton
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BETH olom'S annual Israel
[>inm , ing at the Doral Beach
Iji. i.-l Rt( rints of the State of
|I>r i''l Ii.-linguished Service
I ,. Mr and Mrs. Soy-
[, Silver man. For this spe-
,,nv Mrs. Silverman select-
|,. on iid satin gown with a
r ; n;_ Dcor-length coat. The
h, was tilted with V-decolle-
II am her skirt followed the
\ silhouette. The bodice of
jh- -j and the sleeves of her
I, heavily encrusted with
Li d stones and crystal
It bei ds.
oj Belli Sholoms spiritual
11 tin. Leon Kronish, chase
Ja white chiffon sheath with a leaf
In:''it i-nated with crystal and
ine bugle beads. The
|v tlj formal evening was re-
n i! t n t with magnifieent
[. Mrs, James M. Albert.
huthand was dinner chair-
[man, thru* white brocade with
am crystal beading detail-
11 n g hi.' three quarter length
- Mrs. A. J. Cantor's gown
i> of white jeweled lace over
irquoise Paris pink was the col-
lor of tilt nialelas.se ensemble
>rn K Mrs. Max Weitz. Her
louson bodice was in silk crepe.
ul lie- .. i. set was hip-length.
in I.lack. rust, and gold uith the
print detailed in gold bugle beads
Her ensemble was in three nieces
with a hip length overblouse ovei
a sheath skirt and a chanel
styled jacket. White Alaskan silk
was the choice of Mrs. I,eo Gard-
ner. Her full-length coat was in
the same fabric, and the bodice
of her gown was softly trimmed
with white silk niching and
clear crystals. Mrs. Irving Kap-
lan's brocade was in a muted
champagne color, and featured a
slashed bateau neckline which
dipped to a decollete back line.
[I was worn with a matching long-
sleeved jacket

lAfHITE chiffon, in the sheath
silhouette, and completely
covered with iridescent sequins,
was Mrs Leo Levin's choice for
the dinner dance. Her scooped
neckline was banded with silver-
lined bugle beads. Mrs. Anne
Grossman's pastel floral brocade
was strapless and trimmed with
a wide 'and of ranch mink which
encircled 'V top of her gown.
Rabbi and Mrs. Kronish's daugh-
ter. Miss Maxine Kronish. wore
a white lace over lemon yellow
which she bought while in Israel
Mrs A. ('. Fine selected a beige
chiffon gown with an empire
waistline, Her bodice was jewel-
ed uith silver and beige bugle
and caviar beads. Black silk crepe
with a sweetheart neckline and
cap sleeves was worn by Mrs. Hy
Solz. Shocking pink crepe with
sequins and bugle beads embroid-
ered into floral motifs was the
choice of Mrs. Gerald Schwartz.
Mrs Saul Morgan looked stun-
ning in her pastel floral brocade
gown and matching full-length
coat. Scattered over the water-
color brocade were cut velvet
flowers, and self-fabric over but-
tons were prominent on her coat.
T forms Men's Club
"Join the Newly Organize)
Men's Club" is the slogan at thi
YMHA. 8500 SW 8th St. Th.i
group, dedicated to service tor the
"Y," is open to all men. Next
meeting was to be held Thursday,
8 p.m.. in the Golden Key Icoom at
the "Y."
Mf
|RS. 1 is F. Snetman, whose
husband is Temple praei-
it. was in a white brocade with
red satin full-length coat which
liealured the Oriental influence
| in the neckline and deep slits
along "i sides Mrs Jonas Brot-
\h<- along with her husband
' i- chairman of the Committee
: Patron Hosts, was in an iri
lescent blue and green brocade
ih a decollete slashed neckline
Mrs Sidney Ansin's white bro
. I le had matching waist length
jacket trimmed with white mink
i iffs
\ black mateiasse gown with
' crysti tear drops on the cap
eeves v.,.- worn by Mrs Carrie
sen Mi 1 red Somerstein con-
i th. : her hush.mil -elected
ibr i and had the gown de-
i fi her while in Tokyoa
It satin brocade with silver
woven into the pattern, and
a rn.it. I. og Hour length stole
Her beaded handbag was also se-
ll r husband to match
rocj l( pattern ol her g< w n
Bl ick <; ffon w itH a sequined
. worn In Mrs Milton
>tt Mrs David Drucker's
ii a el-tone red satin was trimmed
with gold and red sequins on the
ire dice.
Mrs Walter Lebowitz' gown
is ni.-.dt in Mexico city and
i ituri', ;.:i imported cotton print
MBS. ALEXANDER ABBATl
Abbate, Forte
Exchange Vows
The former Eileen Forte and
Alexander Abbate are on an ex-
tended honeymoon in Hawaii. On
their return from the wedding trip,
the couple will live in Old West-
bury. L. I.
Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Mi-
chael Forte, the bride and her
groom exchanged nuptial vows in
Mr. and Mrs. David Bloom, of Ak- Long Island. One of the social high-
ron. O., and the Marlborough lights of the season, the rites were
Mouse, Miami Beach, announce the followed by a huge guest and fam-
engagement of their daughter, Ei- iiy party at the exclusive Old West-
leen Edith, to Robert Jay Handels- bury Country Club, Old Westbury.
man. son of Mr. and Mrs. Herbert L. I.
Handelsman. of Treasure Island. The
Miss Bloom Will
Wed TV Teacher
MBS. NHL DUBIN
MUSIC ENTERTAINMENT
BOB NOVACK
ORCHESTRAS
INSURE THE SUCCCtS OF
WfODINGS BAB MITZVAHS
AND AU SOCIAL FUNCTIONS
Orchestras-Trios-Accordionists
Dubins To Live
in Beverly Hills
Linda Mandelstam, "Miss Miami
ol 1964." exchanged nuptial vows
with Neil Dubin at the Dip
Countrj Club on Saturday, Oct 9
Officiating rabbi was Dr Irving
I. hi man
Daughter ol Mr and Mrs Charles
Mandelstam. .12911 Aural;.! R
Keystone PI the bri le is a
ate ol North Miami Senior High
and attended the Universilj I ^<
ami, where she majored in music,
and was a member of the Univer-
sity Concert Choir Until her mar-
., she was employed bj Na-
tional Airline.- as a stewardess
son of Mr and Mrs Samuel
Dubin. Neil is a graduate ol the
University of Southern California
and now i- a business executive
m Los Angeles
On their return from a honey-
moon in Hawaii and the South l'a-
cdic. the couple will live in Bev-
erls Hills. Calif.
formerly of Merrick Estates. L. I,
Miss Bloom Is a graduate of
Buchtel High School, the Florida
College of Medical Technology and
Lincoln College. She served as vice
president of Alpha Delta Theta So-
rority and is presently employed
by a surgeon in Miami Beach.
Her fiance is a graduate of
Adelphi University in Garden City.
N Y.. and earned an MA degree
from Middlebury College. Vt. Han-
del-man has done graduate work
in romance languages at New York
University and Columbia Univer-
sity.
The future groom is a member
of Tan Fpsilon Phi Fraternity.
Sigma Delta Pi National Honor-
ary, and the Gold Key Club. He i-
presently employed by the Dado
County Public Schools as a televi-
sion teacher in thp Foreign Lan-
Ige Department of WTHS-TV,
Miami.
The wedding is set for Dee 26,
in Akron. 0 After a honeymoon in
Jamaica, the couple will live in
Miami.
bridegroom, a graduate of
New York University School of
Business Administration, is asso-
ciated with his father in the
wrought iron furniture business.
Members of the Forte family,
owner-builders of Forte Towers.
have just returned from New
York where they attended the cer-
emony and reception.
miss man BLOOM
Discussion Forum
Slated By Section
Mrs. William I Brenner, presi-
dent announces that the Greater
Miami Section of the National
Council of Jewish Women will hold
its annual discussion forum on Fri-
day, Oct 22. at 10 a.m.. in the
vfayfair Art Theater. 1605 Biscayne
Blvd.
Tom A lams, secretary of state;
Bi ward Williams, state treasurer;
and Karl Faircloth, attorney gen-
eral, will discuss issue- and the
functions of their offices
The program is part of NCJW'a
Public Allans Department under
direction of Mrs. Irving Wex-
let-, vice president of the Section,
with the assistance of Mrs Wil-
liam i'"" n ml ai d di -
-ii.u group chairman, and Mrs.
Philip Pearlman, legislation chair-
man.
Greater Miami Section's divi-
sions will participate in the day
Division vice presidents of public
affairs are Mrs Samuel l-'eldn'.an.
Bay; Mrs Warren Zundell, Coral;
Mrs Myron Fisher, Evening; Mrs
Benjamin Greene, Indian Creek;
Mrs. David Brezin, Island-; Mrs
S Kiv Kaplan. Lincoln; Mrs. Phil-
ip Bloom. Shores; Mrs. Norman
C han, South Dude.
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gathered for you
Miriam Field
Mark Twain's word)
"If the statistics are right, the Jews
constitute hut one percent of the human
race. It suggests a nebulous Jim puff of
star Just lost in the blaze of the Milky
Way. Properly the Jew ought hardly to
he heard of; but he is heard of. has
always been heard of. He has made a
marvelous fight in this world, in all the
ages. anJ he has done it with his hands
tied behind him What is the secret
of his immortality'"
Sukkos reaches its climax with the Re-
joicing of the I aw. a celebration thai
was once known as the Day of the
Book. Certainly, it is fitting for the
People of the Book to celebrate the
Day of the Book, for it symbolizes the
wholehearted jo>ous Jewish commit-
ment to the Torah and the illuminating
concepts that the Torah represents. Is
this perhaps the answer to Mark Twain'*
almost unanswerable question?
'/ think it strange." commented the
trench philosopher Pascal, "thul the
first law of the world happens to be the
most perfi i. to that the greatest legis-
lators have borrowed their laws from it."
C|\o. in honor or Sukkos, make this
apple confection. (Didn't your mother
make it in the good old golden days?)
APPLE FLUOEM
3 cups chopped peeled baking apples
}4 cup sugar '4 cup golden raisins
Vi cup chopped Planters Blanched Almonds
3 tablespoons flour 1 teaspoon cinnamon
11 teaspoon nutmeg
2 V? cups unsifted flour
2 teaspoons baking powder
IV2 teaspoons salt 2 eggs
i/} cup Planters Peanut Oil 'i cup water
Vj cup sugar 1 > 2 tsps vanilla entract
Confectioners' sugar frosting
Mix chopped apples,' cup sugar, ralsias,
chopped iiinioiuls. 3 labtespooos flour,
ciniuiiiion and nutmeg. Set aside.
Ilk-nd 2Vi cups flour nilli baking powder
and -all. Beat eggs, Planters Oil, water.
Vi cup sugar, vanilla extract. Gradually
slir in Hour mixture iinlil well blended
I urn oiiio well floured board; with floured
hands shape into a hull and divide inlo 3
equal pieces.
Roll Dili one piece 10 "> square Put in
oiled 1 square baking pan. Covet wiih
hall of apple mixture. Koll nut second
pie> "i dough to 'i square. Place over
apple mixture. < our with rest of rilling
Koll 0111 third piece ol dough 10 9 square.
Place ovei second apple layei to form top
crust. Make sins lor steam to escape,
Bake at 350 i about frO to 70 minutes.
or until done. While warm, top with coa-
fect toners' sugar frosting. < I" inlo squares
Serves 12 festively.
"tC^he commandments aie sweeter
than honey," sang the Psalmist and ^e
liketodramaiizethisdeliciousl) foi our
children b> providing .1 sweet treat or
twoonSimhas rOrah Cand) is dandy.
especially when you're talented enough
to make ii yourself! Ir> youi hand at
RICH FRENCH FUDGE
2 cups sugar
1 tbsp Chase & Sanborn Instant Coffe
iB tsp salt 3j cup heavy cream
V2 cup milk 1 tbsp light corn syrup
1 tsp vanilla
In pan blend sugar, Chase Ssnboni
Instant Coffee, sail, cream, milk and corn '
syrup. Cook, stirring, over low heat until,
. mixture conies to a boil. Continue cooking
to 244 F. 1 when small amount dropped!
into cold wuler forms a soft pliable bant.
Reaaovc from heat and cool to lukewarm
(I HIT. 1. Add vanilla and brat until fudge
: loses its shiny look, becoming soft an*
' r com I'our at. m-e ml ohghtlv oiled shal-
low pan. Cool. Cut into squares and s*rve.,
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products, strictly kosher, that make
feSliv* menu even more to '
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District Manager
Mi am. C>ict
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fettoualr, a worker needed at
as ,ix quarters of COM
suit a > ear and a half of a -*rk. to
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merce, founder and contributor
to ttse Baron de Mirsch Free
Loan c "3 and national vice
prevdont o* the American Jew-
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Friday, October 15. 1965
*Je*lsHhxkHan
Page 1 IE
Beth Sholom Hears Gen. Weizmann;
$517,000 in Israel Bonds are Purchased
BUH JORAH PLANS DINNER PAGE 6 B
MOLASKY TO GET AWARD PAGl 8 8
than
the Temple
13" persons attending
B - of State o" Satunlay Dighl
Dora! Beaih Hotel heard
',';,. i [i r Weizmann. Comman-
,',,-in fjhiel of lh<' Israel Air Force,
fxtol il.c role of Israel Bonds in
j growth.
II,. ,, id ih.it Israel's position
both internally and externally has
,,l m re.-ent year>. es|>e-
n.ilh since the Sinai Campaign in
He emphasiied the importance
cf the economic aid which Israel
receives through the Israel Bond
program and particularly lauded
the role of the Jewish commu-
nity of Miami in the Bond effort,
declaring: "We deeply appreci-
ate this."
In i mse to Gen. VYei/.mann's
and to an ap|>e;il made hy
Kronish. spiritual lead-
pie Beth Sholom. and
of tin1 Greater Miami
d i irganization, members
lienee purchased in ex
17,000 in Israel Bon Is
tribute was paid to Mr
Seymour Silverman, who
Dr. Maisel Joins
Hope School Staff
Sis I senberg, life president of
' ne School, announces the ap-
ii of Dr. Biehard Maisel
ifl psychologist for the pio-
Dade institution.
Dr Maisel, a native of Miami.
received his l*hl> decree from the
prsirj i>f Miami, and recently
i.| his position with the
I'- County Chilil Guidance <'Im-
c <-pt the Hope School's staff
on,
School, established in 1953,
i- a non-profit, non-sectarian in-
ich helps train mental-
i hildren three years
in Executive director
>! is Mis Judj Holland
i ,cho >1 facili-
ted .:i 666 SW Itt St,
enrollment is sunn- 101
itii 50 percenl of the
in residence and tte re-
i r .n day school.
received the Israel Distinguished
Service Award.
A highiignt of the program ;i<
a ceremony conducted hy Rabbi
Leon Kronish of the kindling <>i a
17-branch menorah in commemo-
ration of Israel it years of State-
hood.
Taking part in the ceremon)
were Mr. and Mis .\ fj. Pine,
torchbearers, Mr and Mrs. Jonas
J. Brotman. holders of the pilot,
and the candlelighters who con
sisted ol
Mr ami Mrs William Agranove,
Abram Make". Mrs Prances Beck-
erman, Mr. and Mrs .lack A. Can
tor. Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Cooper.
Mr. and Mr- Morris Cooper. Mr
Ml I Mi Leon Ell, Mr and Mrs
Joseph Epstein, Mr and Mrs. Sam
leiiistein. Mrs Inez Krensky. Mr
and Mrs. ,\ic rris Lipp. Mrs Rose
Newman. Mr and Mrs David
Ponve, Mr and Mrs David Pro
\iis. Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin lli-
mer. Mr and Mis Fred Soinei-
slcm. anil Mr and Mrs, Max Welt/.
Dinner chairman was Louis F.
Snctinan, Temple president. Serving
as toast master was .lames M. Al-
beii
Df?. RICHAPS MAr.il
Menorah Ladies Set Performance
i World of Sholom Aleichem" Marino, former owi r.
presented bj Temple Men an{| directoi ol tte Gallery Plaj
S terhood on Saturday eve .Qase am| producer is Lewis Stern.
0 p in at Uic Temple So
Mali Mrs Saul Stracli'iian ami Mrs
formers will be professional Jerrj Lelchuk are co-chairmen.
irs and singers from the New and tickets can be obtained at the
rk theatre. The director is Ralph temple oft ice.
BRING THE BUNCH TO tUNCH From 95c
Robin Hood,
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Mon Thru Sat. 11:30 a m. to 2 .i m.
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Reservations 371-2621
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Temple Beth Sholom Israel Dinner of State last Saturday
night at the Doral Beach Hotel, where 450 guests purchased
S517.000 in Israel Bonds, was the occas;on for the presenta-
tion of Israel's Distinguished Service Award to Mr. and Mrs.
Seymour Silveimcn (right) in a ceremony conducted by Rabbi
Leon Kronish, spiritual leader of Temple Beth Sholom and
and chaiiman of the Greater Miami Israel Bond Organization
and Gen. Ezer Weizmann, Commander-in-Chief of Israel's Air
Force.
Dr. Hurwitz Heads
Mt Sinai Hospital
Surgical Services
Dr. Alfred Hurwitz, New Eng-
land surgeon-educator, has been
named as director of surgical ser-
vices at .Mount Sinai Hospital, ac-
cording to an announcement by
Leonard Abess, president of the
hospital's Board of Trustees.
"Dr. Hurwitz will be in charge
ot the hospital's entire surgical
service and, as such, responsible
for the further development of the
on-going educational and research
program with supervision of the
total practice of surgery at Mount
Sinai." Abess declared.
Author of over 70 published pa-
pers of scientific interest. Dr.
Horwiti is also senior author of
"Milestors in Modern Surgery"
and co-author of "The Craft of
Surgery," textbooks used in med-
ical schools throughout the coun-
try. He comes to Mount Sinai
from Maine Medical Center,
Portland, Me., where he was di-
rector of surgical research.
Prior to that. Dr. Hurwitz was at
nonides Hospital, Brooklyn,
here he was director of surgery
for eight years currently with be-
ing professor of surgery at Down-
state Medical School He is a grad-
uate of Harvard and the .1' hns
Hopkins Schqpl of Medicine and
had bis internship and surgical
residency at Beth Israel Hospital.
Boston.
Following that, he was the re-
cipient of a fellowship in thoracic
surgery at Massachusetts General
Hospital. Dr. Hurwitz holds a Pres-
idential Citation and Bronze star.
in addition to five Campaign Rib-
bons for his service in the United
States Army.
He is a member of the editorial
beard e.t" the "Journal of Surgery"
and a fellow ol the American Col-
i of Surgeons and the American
Surgical Association. Dr Hurvvitz
i also a member of the American
Board of Surgery and the Ameri-
can Hoard of Thoracic Surgery.
Opti-Mrs. Club
Opens Season
At Meeting Here
Kirs! general meeting of thi
Opti-Mrs. Club (it Miami Be
was held on Tuesday at the Ban
lona Hotel.
Following women were reco
nized bj Mrs. Sj Silverman. pre-
dent: Mrs Leonard Abel. Mis. Ji
Feinstein, Mrs. Edwin Tenig, Mi
Wallace Levin, M.s. Morton Ma!'
Vis Lee Pines, Mrs. Sam Rabi
- n, Mrs Marvin Stonbciv Ml
Mel Victor.
Mis MUton Olkin, program rfiaj
man for the day. introduced Pa
Maon Wine Co. executive, "I
gl ve a talk on the origin of wine
Main project of the Opti Mi
CkMJ of Miami Beadl is a shola
-hip program for emotionally-d
tin bed (hildren at the Montana
Clinical School in Hialeah.
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iba Fonberg are named Jewish National Fund
z: z meeting here of the JNF Council of
mi The couple zs :.:e:. for cssistcnce in up-
fc lilding Me Arr.. "..".is community s sister city in Israel, estab-
lished undei JNF auspices. Shown congratulating the Fon-
oergs is Leon J. Eli. honorary president of the Council.
Giller to Receive Sixth Annual ZOA
Service to Israel Award Here Nov. 14
Dr Irving Lehrman. a national
ret lent of trie Zionist Or-
nation of America, announced
sednesday that Ben Giller has
been rejected to receive the Serv-
ce to Uraei Award for 1965
This will be sixth annual award
-n by the Zionist Organization
America to an outstanding com-
.-,.".; leader of South Florida
The award will be conferred up-
:.-. Guler at the annual dinner
cance Of the South F.onda Die-
''. tin 7 ni-t Organization
America or. Sunday evening,
14. at the Fontainebleau
Giller. wtc is presently terv-
no his third term as president
of the Miami Beach Zionist Dis-
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Miami Beach Attorney Harry B, Smith
Elected National AEPi Frat President
triet, the largest ZOA District
in the Southeast United States,
has been active in nearly every
phase of Jewish activity here.
A resident in Florida for the past
S3 years. Giller has lived in Miami
Beach for the past 31 years and is
founder and president of the Cil-
ler Con!trution Company, later
known as the Giller -Fryd Con-
struction Company He was respon-
sible for building a large percent-
ace of the hotels, apartment house*
and homes in the area
He was one of the organizers of
Washington Federal Savings and
Loss Association and ha* served
for many years as senior vice
president He is on the advisory
hoard of the Jefferson National
Hank of Miami Beach and is presi-
dent and director of the City Na-
tional Bank of Cocoa. FU
Giller has served for many years
on the Board of Directors of the
ter Miami Jewish Corr.mun-
* '"enter, now the "Y" and on
f Governors of the
ter Miami Jewish Federa-
where be hat been a member
et Committee He has
ed Miami Beach Auditorium. Pn
ent's Council of Miami Beach
Friends of the rfc
nd Miami Beach /
ine Committi
is a past i of the
ner's Asso-
tion and of thi : Point
Home
chairman of the
/ A Council. said
t the S
b presented 1 Giller in ret-
ion of h:- contributj one
of the outstanding leaden of the
Z M.. rganization. the
munity and '" people ael.
II as the land of Israel
Giller has re mmunal
. .ih i itatioi by the
Point Home Owners As-
the Hibiscus Masonic
founder.
Scroll! the Greal
er Miami Commit! the State
rael Bond mbined Jew-
\ )[-al
Last year, he was one of a
selected group of local leaders
who received Silver Menorah
Club citation in recognition of
his continued support of the
Combined Jewish Appeal.
Lion May, of Nashville, Tenn .
idenl of the Soul Z> i \

k special
tending effort
the pr< the
ZOA, and especially of his leader-
j the youth program
of the organization Giller m the
first chairman of the Cavalcade
of Israel Stars pre* nted each year
bj the ZOA for the benefit of the
tion'i youth and camp
scholarship programs.


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tor for thi
L'niversit) of Miami Law Review
Smith was a charter member of
Alpha Epstlon Pi Fraternity, and
ed a its president. Since 1950
he has worked on a national level
for the fraternity in the capacities
of regional goxemor. member of
the Supreme Board of Governors,
and all offices leading to national
president
Alpha Epsilon Pi is one of the
largest college campus fraterni
Cap*. Glasser Will
Serve In Florida
At Tyndall AFB
Dr. (Capt i Marshall A Glass-
er. son of Doctor and Mrs Morris
M Glasser. of Brookline Haas
has completed the orientation
course for officers of the I'.S. Air
Force Medical Service at Gunt- r
AFB. A!a and is beine assigned
to *he dental staff at Tyndall AFB.
Fla
A graduate of Brookline High
School. Dr Glasser reci
HMD degree from Tufts Dental
School at Boston He
of Alpha FpMlon Pi and Alpha
Omesa Fran-rmties
His a Mi redith. is the daugh
ter of Mr and Mrs Philip I
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National Newspaper Week Gets Greeting
From Johnson as Guardian of Freedom
National Newspaper Week Is be-
ing observed across the countrs
his week
President Johnson has taken note
of the 26-year-old celebration with
I greetings and special praise for
. spapers and their readers
iwho i are partners in freedom
In his message, the President
-aid that "Too often taken for
granted. America's countless daily
and weekly newspapers have been
vital guardians of her time-hon-
ored traditions and eloquent
spokesmen for the cherished ideals
of her freedom-loving people"
The President declared that
'Taken together, our nation's
newspapers constitute the world's
most responsible and effective
organ of current information."
He added It la up to us to safe-
guard the freedom of our papers
to inquire, to criticize, to express
divergent views and to stand u
er.tim for the public wherever
the | -'-- being. U
Sewspapi r Week was
naugurated i to >'v
. th- roll ^ spspers in
d 'hi- ;.
round
irram of education .. .formatm
sponsored by the Ni kper ls|
lie Information tttee <
Newspaper A
representing 10 ipen i
the United States I
lion circulation
Convention Report Slated
I R Goodman
Professional G ro
hold its recu.ar m
-hip meeting on
p m at the South SI
Miami Beach Fed
ington A\e Mn
president. will give
the highlights of I nl S*
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which si .i '
meed
to GREATER MIAMI
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The City of Miami has been awarded the prized Christopher
D. Smothers Foundation, Inc.. trophy shown here being dis-
played by Sen;or Judge Milton A. Friedman, who accepted
the bronze plague given for outstandina contributions toward
rehabilitating alcohol addicts. The award was made at the
National Association of Municipal Judges convention held
recently in Montreal for work done by the Miami Municipal
Court Alcoholic Rehabilitation Program, which Judge Fried-
man originated in 1963.
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+Jewlst nor Mian
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rins
to Play In Duo-Piano Program Sunday
ni duo-piano music Room of the Musicians Club of
, I by 15-year-old Ameriia, 303 Minorca Ave.. Coral
! Ste< :i Vann. Gables.
, .\ 4 ,,ni the Dixie The twins are the tons >f Mr.
1851 Sw
Ronald Poder
- satunlay. Oct 16. Ronald,
','v | Mrs. Samuel Puder.
ny ( i' PL. WlH become Bar
Beth David Congrega-
te..
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I
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, an eighth grade stu-
\Iiami Junior High,
David's sixth grade
- School. He plays the
e m boo! concert
-,. i' and engages
; articularly swimming
roll student at Ponce Junior High
and studies the piano He is also
a member of Boy Scout Troop 64,
collects coins, stamps, rocks and
shells.
His grandparents, Mr. and Mrs.
Joseph Platt. and Mr anil Mrs Hy
Morris, of Dade County, and great-
grandmotber, Mrs. Frances Ber-
ner, will celebrate the occasion
rani is 'he nephew of
than Mendelson. of Shaar
Synagogue
Myron Goldstein
On Saturday. Oct 16, Myron
Goldstein, > n of Mr and Mrs
George Goldstein, win N\v 9th Ct..
Montreal, will be Bar Mitzvah at Young Is-
rael of Greater Miami.
Myron is an eighth grade honor
student at the Horace Mann Junior
High s hool in Miami, and Is an
all-around athlete
and Mrs Louis Vann
36th Ave Miami
They have studied with Peggy I
Neighbors Bruin for six years.
They were twice soloists with the
Miami Symphonic Society Orches-
tra, and were duo pianists with the
Miami Beach Symphony Orches-
tra
The boys are scholarship win-
ners of the Coral Gables Music
Club, Young Artist winners of
the Miami Music Club, and top
state winners of the National
Federation of Music Clubs.
They won a scholarship to Flor-
ida State University Music Camp,
and played a duo-piano program
for the 33rd biennial convention of
the National Federation of Music
('hib> at Miami Beach
Both are honor students at Cor-
al Cables Senior High School,
wh.-re they play trombone in the
Band of Distinction
The program on Sunday will fea-
ture works by Bach, Mozart, Rach-
maninoff, DeFalla Gershwin and
Grieg
Martin and Steven Vann discuss the program of duo-piano
music they will perform on Sunday at the Musicians Club o:
America in Coral Gables.

lOHilD PUDtR A*0N MANOU
mdmother, Mrs J.
: Newark. S .1 will
Bar Mit/\ ah ceremony
being hi Id il Spei
evening
Aron Mandel
.an ol Aron Mandel was
at the Cuban Hi brew
M. n. 12 4 2 Washington
Saturday, Sept. 18.
if Mr and Mrs Here Man-
Kspanola Way. the cele-
. attends Ida M. Fisher Junior
School

Bert Caskill
Saturday morning. Oct. 16,
Ira Caskill. son of Mrs. Au-
.skill and the late Isidor
will be Bar Mitzvah at
Ner Tamid.
is a student at Nautilus
nor High and Temple Ner Tam-
Reugious School. He is a sports
ist and a philatelist,
it of town guests include Mr.
I Mrs Arthur Rubin and Mrs.
Kornblaw, uncle and aunts
New York.

Fredric Lanes
^redric Alan, son of Mr. and
Earte Lanes, 1150 NE 178th
No Miami Beach, will be-
lUir Mitzvah on Saturday.
11. at Beth Torah Congrega-
< lebrant will be presented
I I Bible on behalf of the Moi-
- haner Sisterhood.
:; ic is an eighth grade stu-
it John F. Kennedy Junior
School.
*
Aaron Morris
il Myles Morris son of Mr
: Mrs Melvin Morris. IM-M An-
n Rd Coral Cables, will be
Mitzvah at Temple Judea on
ij morning, Oct. 16.
V iron is an eighth grade honor
Coffee Shop
lames Manager
lert Feinstein. well known
t I long-time area restaurateur
has been named manager of the
!'mtainehleau's Che/ Bon Bon
shop and Restaurant, ac-
rding to an announcement by
Harold Lieberman, executive vice
I lent of the hotel.
long Island style shore dinners
[fin i other weekend culinary spe
IC titles created by Bob Feinstein
since he joined Chez Bon Bon last
iJ'.ine in a supervisory capacity at-
Itr.ut a big jjatheriii); of local ee
' bntiea to the Chez Bon B
I Sunday afternoon in addition
Jt) the Fontainebteau's regular
its.
o/
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Uy. October 15. 1965
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Page 15-B
LEGAL NOTICE
, n JUDGE'S COURT
: CVDF- COUNTY.
N PROBATE
hU o 68?: 6 A
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TO CREDITOR.
I Said
t notified and
v i) have ag.i.nsi
is.....It v VSI.......
,.,.. r n I" irlda.
i ...:... Coun-
..,,,..- in dtipll' at. and
\
I inty, i r-
nd........"h from
I mblicutlon here-
.
,, ... Klorida, this lat
v I i
I ;|. l-.ci.-KNTII \l.
\. Kxf. ittor
"f ii'l notice on
I rsj orindwkrO
I Miami. Wj
c CIRCUIT COURT OP THE
l'\L fi'DiClAL CIRCUIT IN AND
TXS OADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
F in CHANCERY
No. 6&C 10006 (King)
. KWART. el ..1 .

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, a PUBLICATION
MS'.l'h. .IK .
.,._. direoUM <"} trustee
I'..- M NSIMKl.
.-, .. INC ;, .M--..IV. .1
.. .rntlon
. i..ii Avenue
North Curolun i
KKBY NOTIFIED that
. h, been fUed sgalnel
IBRT STEWART and
h'WAUT. a k-a >' ~ v N
J s, SAN ETHEL
.., KVSIE ETHEL
.'"";' :
rtgagi eneun herlnjc in* rot-
I ,.,| real property. sit-
. .. ,>. Florida, to-wlt
I ,,.. Northeast corner
I ..< III. v
11Bhlp 36 Sooth, Rang*
Bast I <<< West along the
. th. si". I i of the SB
-. linn 670.41 feet to
-. m corner ol thi SE I
.... -i; 4 .., the W I aaM
continue Weal -
South iiaralli i to ",.
. l ,.l mid Section IS, '
, point of beirinnlnc in*
. r land h< n Inafti i di w ilb< fl;
i ,, rallrl to the East
., ,| Section IS. 1
,:,.,,. u. -i parallel the
Hn. f Ih. SK l of In* NB
I i. .. f.. ih. i..... North parallel to
i of said Section is. IH
.. Baai 93 feel to in*
. nnitur,
Vtil' VRI HEREBY required to
;.. uf your Answer or other
vi |>icidin M nai'l Complaint
tiff, attorney. ROBERl H.
::. dUl'Olit Building. Ml-,
Klorlda and file the original
In Mi. Office of the Clerk of
hnvi i. i < tourl "ii "i" before
loth .1.1 ^ I November, IMS: other-
. Ii. gallons .....lalned tin re-
'! hi ., ii aa ..... < sed l" '
i.... i. Pro Confess*) ;ll he
..I against you for the relief
i,-l < .- in ald Complain,
-.-I s, ....I,, i JO |m.;:..
i: n i r v rilKUM \\'. CterK
i lit K M 1 YMAN
l., )utj ierk
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VOTICF UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
i is iii:i:i:i-.y mv'BN th n
......i il<-x|rlnu i
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l-l: SYVII. MAIUJ
IF COUNTY Jl DGE-^ COURT
IN AND FOR DAOE COUNTY.
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No 68113-A
IV UK: V.
uviNii i. s nin'Ki.i-ni
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NOTICE TO CREDITORS
T i Ml i i. lii.,i. and Ml l'i HaA
1 "I..in.- or I inn i.i
.
Von ,n. hi reb> i ol Ifled and re-
I t. i.i .r \ i ......' '
ii mils which you may have againat
. -t:.i. ..i niviNi; I. Sl"K|. i. .l.lt
. v .i late of i ...i. 'ot|iit). K "
i.i. in ili.- County Judgei of Hadi
I' 'inly. ..n I fi I
mil .i- provided In Section i
I' "I I'lU Sl.l'ill.. II. i......i.... l"
i'oiinr> Oourthouae 'ii Dade i'.-uii-
< Klcaidu, iiliin Blx .i .nl.ii
I .in (he time of the iiii ptililica
lion hereof, or the name :ll bi lair
i
Ifcvted ..I Miami, Klorlda, thli
d.iy of Auguai \ I. ...
i:nsik STTUfTCLBR, ateo Un.."ii ;.s
KsrilHK STl:lil \- i-:\,, hi 11\
l'ir.-i publication of mil" notice on
ii dnj of K'tobi r, l!t65,
I.KON K Ml. w ..i
Myera, Heinuui a- Kaplan
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCU T COURT OF THE
fcLLVENTH JUDICIAL C'RCUIT OF .
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. iN CHANCERY
No 65C IOS'6
I \ l: i v t: \ KAY HtVXUKRKi IRD,
I'laintiff,
JAMES \!.l.i:.\" Hl'NaERPORD,
I ;. ndant.
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
TO: JAMBS AI.I.KN lirNOKRFORD
:::i Vager Road
\k...... i .hi..
y .i \mi:s at.i.i:n Hi'xnRR-
pi iiu i, .,.,. In i. hj notified thai a Hill
..: i ..nil.i.urn for IHvorce ha* been
filed nal > ou, .i nd you ai e re-
ipilred !.. nerve .. copj ..i your An-
swer or Heading to the Hill of Coin-
nil the llaintlfTa attorney,
ANUKLO A A I.I. I"" Ainaley lliiil.l-
iii^, Miami, Klorlda and file thi
\ .-. I'leadinx In the ol fice
of the Cleric of the Circuit Court ..n
or before ttie Jrd day of November,
1965. If you fall '.. .1" no, judgment
li> default will be tdken againat you
for thi r. ii. f demanded In the Bill
i.i i'omplalnL
This notice -lull be published once
each week for four conawtitlvi weeka
in T1IK JEWISH FLORiniAN.
IM.NK AN1> ORDBRRIi :ii Miami,
Klorlda, ihis :".'ili day of September,
A.|. I96S.
i: b. i.i:-Vi-in:i:.\iAN, Clerk.
Circuit Court, Dade County, Klorlda
iHial) By: C. I' COl'ULAXD
I |.it-y i "li ik
\N<;i:r..i A. AM
i" Alnalej Building
' Miami, Klorlda
Aii..'ii.> for Plaintiff
in i-<-ir.-,.,2
ATTENTION
ATTORNEYS.
elicits your legal aobCBB.
W appreciate your
patronage and guarantee
accurate service at legal
rates
trial Fit 3-5
lor messenger service
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY IN CHANCERY
No. 65C8S85
Tin: Wll,LIAMSm'ROrI SAVINGS
RANK
Plaintiff,
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ISAAC V H XK'l'H, t US,
I I. ftliila! ,
NOTICE i IP SKIT
TH !-.>:.. K nk. i. n nldeii un-
known, but last known ni.iiim! ad-
dreaa:
, .. i,... i I'Brlon
Bardl Building
; ,1-l.nrgh. Illln..is
Y..11 are herebj notified that th*
ii.i.v.- cautioned action haa bean la-
- luted againat you In the Circuit
Court ( the Kl.A.nih Judicial Circuit
,.f Klorlda in and ror Dade Countj- to
fnrecloae mortgagi upon th. follow,
iim deacrlbed real |.-..|.. iiy:
Lol 3 Block l HOLIDAY HOl'SH
ski'TI'in iink. accordlnj to IM
Dial thereof, recorded In Plat Boole
So at Pagi 51 of tna PubHc Records
..f OhiIc County. Klorlda.
Y..H are required to fill' a r.-sponsive
Dleadlng to phUnthTa complaint "'th
the I'lrrk ..f th. aforeaaM Court, and.
nerve a. copy lhareof upon plaJnUtrsi
attorney maktin kink Dj&PM.
.ral lluildiiiK. Mi-um. Florida 11111.
n..t later than October Mth, 19>". '>r
a decree Pro Confeaso wlp lie enterefl
againat you.
DATED. Bept. 1", IMS.
K P.. LEATMERMAN
rierii of the i ircult Court
(aeal) By: '' L Al.KX ANDER
Deputy Clerk
MARTIN PINK
Dade P-deral Building .
Mi'..,,,. Plorlda 13111 9 U. l" 1-8-15
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY HIVES that
thi undi-ralgned, desiring to -.- In
l.usin. -s under the flctltloua name of
PAN- \M TR M'lN,-. CO. al B29.. Bla-
...... Bouli ra d, Miami Intends to
,-, eiMer aald name with the t rk
,,,- the 'M ill Court of Dade County,
Plorlda.
MORRIS LEVINB
WAl.TKHS.Mn. 'Ki: A.- COSTANZO
Attorn, \ h for Applicant
;..v Alnalaj Bldg..
NOTICE OF APPLICATION
FOR TAX DEED
Chapter 20722 Acts ot 1941
File AA 22134
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that
All State* ln\ -.. holder of t'lty ol
Miami Tax Sale CVrtlfh ite No, 1298
laaued the Slat das of May', A I) l3,
haa filed same In my office, and haa
made application for n tax dei-d "... be
issued ther.....,. Said Cert flcate em-
hracea the following described prop-
er!, ,,, the County of hade, State .'<
... l..-uii
K "". of W I".".' 1...T :' Ii us N 5' SI
SiKtuldlng Sui..li\ laion t'oi
Plat Hook :: Pagi 161, In the ''i'1
.i Miami. County "i Bade, State ..i
Klorido.
This deed will be Issued Bub
all outstanding delin<|,iont I'otintj
taxes
Alt
.., it. v f,,r Exei
,,, i be
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT.
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA IN CHANCERY
No. 65C-10292
I.I.W IS .1 S \ NTH.1.1.
I'laintiff,
SIIIR1 i:v H S WTII.l.I.
I.. fciidant. _..
NOTICE OF PUBLICATION
Tl i Slllltl r.\ II S N"l II.I.I
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IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORID* iN PROBATE
No. 68I6--B
IN III!: Esl
ARR W1AM I1RH
''notice TO CREOITORS
To All Cre.111
, ,, ,., Bi marnla Vgainst Sa .1
.,,.. hereb) .....Ifled "
.,u.....I '"' .'< ,
,,,.,11'U whli li yo mil na\w
"he estate Ol AHR-\H V.M IIRIEPKK
deceased lati ol Hade C unty, Klorlda.
to |h, Com l> idges ol Hade I on
.,,i file it.. -.,"' In 'I' '
urovlded In Seftbin .: Hiorlda
. the < oi,n-
irthouse In Hi ......Il1;- '''"' "
Ida, a-lthln six i
,l. time ..i the first publication here-
. .|. same II In irri I.
Diited at Miami. I Ida th
das "i September, A I'
HENRY N< HI i 'N
\^ l'\. i
1 -,, publication
n ..i s. pti ,,.!" :. '", '
HENRY N' RT< >N
Attorney foi Bat ite
i AI'.K MIAM GRIEPER
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
IN CHANCERY
No. 65C 10722
GERALD S!l.\ T.l'.MAN,
Plaintiff,
PRANCWCO A. IRIZARRY aka
FRANK A. IRIZARRY and
IRIZARRY, his if- if living,
ISABEL C. IRIZARRY aka
ISABELS. IRIZARRY aka
is\ni-n. ". MKl'iNA and
MEDINA, her husband, if living,
and al! parties, known or unknown,
claiming by, through or under sa,,i
named defendants,
liffendunts.
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
T<">: F**nctSco A. Irliarry, aka
Prank Irliarry and Irliarry,
his wife, if living
No. at Cardonal Sllleeo It-D
Madrid. Spain
TO: Isabel C. Irliarr.y aka
Isabel 7.. Irisarrj aka
Isabel C. Medina and
Medina, her husband, if living
15S East I71at Street. Ant. 4K
Bronx, New York
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED lhat
., Complaint to Foreclose Mi
. iii'i,. lug: .....
u>t 21, Block I. mii.i.i:i: HElOII I s
ESTATES, according to the plat
(hereof, recorded In Plat Book >'.-.
Pagi :'T. of the Public Recorda ol
l..,,l, Count! Plorlda
ha.- hei n fill d iianlnsl you at I yon
are hen l r..... 'I to v.
o the
n thi I'la
MARVIN I WIENER, *
dim Klorlda,
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The assessment of said property
undi r thi -aid i i tlflcate was hi
name ,f. I'tiknown.
Cnleaa said certificate shall be re-
1. emi I........ling to law. 11- prop-
erty described herein "ill be sold t..
the highest bidder at the Court House
.loor ..a the flral Monday in the month
of Nov. ml.. 1985, whli 1, la the 1st
I da] of N..\ ember, 1961.
Dated this 28th day of September,
IS6S.
i: B LEATHERMAN, Clerk of
, r ,lt Court, Dade County, Plorlda
laeal) Bs P. r ,;i'i.i>sTi:.\Nii
l > |nit\ Cli rk
IO'l-8-K)-22
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 65168-C
Hon. George T. Clark
IN HE Estate of
MEYER AI'I.Ki:
I......- 'i
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
Ing Claims or Demands Agnlnsl Said
Eatat,
You "are hereby notified and re-
quired to present any claims and de-
mands which * Hi. state of MEYER Aid.Eli de-
...,-. d '.......f i wile 'ounty, Plorlda.
to the Counts Judgri of Bade Coun-
ty, and fill i hi sa ,,,< in dupllcu le and
as pro* Idi d In Seel Klorlda
Statutes, in ili. Ir offlci In the i'oun-
ly i..... County, r lor-
i In, Ithin six .all
the i line ol the fll>l |UI leie-
r the Minn ill hi hari, d
I hited I II I
. dnj .;- *.|i
>
,li hi n 11 Mill.;
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY IN CHANCERY
No. 65C9659
BANK OP COMMERCE, a New 1 i
banking i.....poratlon,
Plaintiff,
IAMBS N 0088 and MAROIE
noSS his wife, residence unknowr
If living; unsnown spouses, n ren at
..,. ,1 and i dead then unknoj
spouses, If remarried: all unknow
nl s. d. ms..-. grantees, nssigni
lienors, redltors. I isl......' pthi r
i-,. |o mini! Iiy. through, under
man,-. Ha Ml 'I I VME8 N C.OSS a,,
MARGIE Co'SS. Ids wife, and agaln>.
iili other person- having ", claiml
' to hav. any right, title or Inti r. -t
. ,,r to tl,. pi ,ertj h, rein di scrlbe.1
TO JAMES N .:.,.--S and MARGI1
.;. iSS, in- wife, sldi nee unknoa
living'; unknow stwusi s, II n mai rii
It dead, thi unknown pous, i
If ,-. .ill unknown hi Irs, d,
, vise, lees, .l.-s i.'-lo es, III I or>
. ||, .. istees, or oth. -
claim mi by. through, und. r
pnlnt th, said .1 VMES N flobS ...
M \ Hi il:: .:, iSS, his w lfe.it
all otln i .. isons having or i lalmini.
to have nn> right, title or Inti -'
or to thi propi rt> h. i ri dew rliwd.
V.,,- ARE HEREBY NOTIPI1 I
,]1:,, n still to fon loae i tgai
iiKainsl real and pi rsonal prop, rty bs
i... u filed in In th; als>\
t-oiirt li) Ihi Plaintiff, BANK O
COMMERCE, a Se \ork Bankln.
Corporation,
|.h, lush) to he fon
losi d i.- as follow s:
I..., .. hi ItllHk 12, of SIN TV
Vil.l.A.'.i:. SECTItlN 2, a....l.lin
III the I'lal till l'i of, BF l' rded ,
pint Hook I'-.-' 6. ol the Pub
li,- Iti cords l 'ad. County, I- lorida
YOP ARK i;r.,..ifir.i:i, to serve
,.,,,,, of i ; wer ..,' other plea
Ina on Plalntlfrs Vttorney. MAI--
ci.M H. KRIBDM *N, 8M P B. F
Street, .Mi-.m, :'-'. Florida, and I
original In thi offic. of the Clerk
the bIkivi Court, on or before th
29t h ,|n of i.n.l.. r, 1963. in I'a.il
,.t whli i, the complaint will be ta
aa confessed aaalnsl you for thi
lief requested In Plaintiff* complain
and pli .<< ga
DATED thla l*th day of Beptembe
ci. rk of the .'ir 'Uil Court of
1 i-i,i. "ounl s. Klorlda
(seal) Bj c P COPEL.AND
1., nut} "li rk
-> 24, l" l-s-'
Miami, l iortda J3180
1106 His, ,ii ne Building
IE IRCL T COURT OF the
TH JUD.CI AL CIRCUIT IN AMD
FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
IM CHANCERY
65C 80j7
\ IIERM VN i k a ANN
. iN HERMAN,
I'la II
\ and
. .1 IS ItllllN,
f e i ants
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
l'i, i/H is l;i BIN
si milliard I Ive
\\ initi l kn, 111 mils
{ VRE HEREBY NOTIFIED that
. comiilalnt fi r Bqtili i'1- r- "'
rj i..... imi ti ounl ing haa
heen fi t 3 on......I > > .....
. ., to s, rve a op) of > ii til
: .. ...11' g to till mp
... i iintlfi alto nej a, r.XLIA N, d- P
,v VV M.l.l'i: I '" Ml.....I" Road, M,
II, ... Klorlda, and rile tin
tin vs. r pleewllns In th.....
f ih,. ,' rk "' the Circuit 'ourl .. i
ir, ili. 10th da> ol \.... nil..-,'.
If v,.u i.hi to do so, i Miami nt
l,\ ,i,raid, will lii taken Against ^.|
foi thi n Ih I demandi .1 In thi Com
i' i mi
I. VTE1, .,i M mil I'l'.i Ida, thli 1 -1

It BBATIIERM VN, CI I'm .in Court, i '< County
.....I. It) i. sni:!'.i.i:n
T 1 I.IAN, FF .V VVAIJJSR
Attoi neys for PI Inl
,- .1 Talianoff
\0T CE ,. MDER
FICTIT LAW
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IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORDA IN PROBATE
No 67762-B
IN RE: Estate
HVMAN ROSENBLATT
Bi ea-ed
NOTICE TO CREDIT IRS
T \ d All P.-r> ii II ''
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..iiii-
IYMAN H

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IN THE CIRCU"" COL RI OF THF
' H JUDIC AL C'RCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN '.\D FOR DADE
COUNTY IN CHANCERY
No. 6;,C '0024
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DIANE M VR11.YN K iY ,'!:. >\>

suit for divorce
TO HIANE Ml Itll.YN HO
Cltl ,\V l-EV
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|a dirook I-.,.- Island, N, i
VOP VRE HEREBY XuTIPIED
Hint a 'ompl li i for Dlvorci has
been I rd iKiilnsi >.-ii and are
v. null, .1 t.. --, m- .. con) ol x "l"
v ,, ,. pli inline t.. th. i oniplalnl
,,n thi I'lali orneys, \\ urn
U'Ki: VND ROHBINS, Palm Springs
|.. atonal i- illdlng. S01 Wesl 19th
Street, I Mali Bh, Plot da, and file the
n .1 Vnswi i and |il. il
ii. ... in, Clerk ol i ,ii Court
..,, ,., hefor. Ih, -'- da; of tVt., 1965.
If you fail to do so, jn.lc menl b)
d, ranll will In linsl you
he ,. Ih i d.....indi .1 m the Com-
plaint.
I ., ,\ i; \ \ t> ORDERED In
I a, Miami. I la.il I'olll K
this 171 ii da) ''"'r'.
i: [1 LEATHERMAN, Clerk
I'lorida
\l KRGCERI TV. KENT
I leputy -li It
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