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

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Jewish newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami

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

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T tJfewislli Floridian
Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY
klurne 36 Number 18
Miami, Florida, Friday, May 3, 1963
Two Sections Price 20<"
\Gurion Outlines Views \TF*&
\0n Peace With Arabs,
liiyah from the West
JKI-.ISALEM(JTA)Prime Minister David Ben-Gurion believes
kt hi.-: country can achieve peace with its Arab neighbors if Israel is
Ide strong, if there is a genuine relaxation of East-West tensions.
B if tie Arab states install democratic regimes,
in art exclusive interview with---------------------------------------------
Jewish Telegraphic Agency
the e of Israel's 15th anni-
fsary, the Prime Minister re-
|wed -rael's hectic young life-
le, ar praised its present and
lire 'i.sks. and analyzed its
^sper*-; for peaceful co-existence
it neighbors. He made it
>r tl.' the primary factor in
lei's security and hope for fu-
prv.cc was a strong Isry.-l
tiii he said, called for con-
icd migration and land set-
lent, economic development.
Star prowess and prestige in-
1e essed that Israel would
rt-it to participate in a sofu-
f. the Arab refugee prob-
t'/tn outside the framework
I a berried this would have to be
he the "only practical
|y -. hich meant settlement
ftM sparsely populated Arab
ntvtts having abundant land
Wi.'tr." He added that the
ugees. He recalled having person
ally witnessed the successful ab-
sorption in Finland of the half
million refugees who left Karelia
after that area was annexed by
the Soviet Union.
Mr. Ben-Gurion said peace
could be achieved if, with the ten-
Continued on Pag* 5 A
Sen. Estes Kefauver, of Ten-
nessee, will be featured guest
speaker at the national din-
ner of the Union of Orthodox
I e w i s h Congregations o f
America on Sunday evening
at the Americana Hotel in
New York City.
Jordan Trouble
Stirs Blackout
On Israel Talks
JERUSALEM (JTA) A com-1change in the status quo more
plete blackout was maintained this complicated,
week on the results of the deliber-
World Statesmen Mourn
Death of President Ben-Zvi
ations of the Cabinet meeting dur-
ing which a possible pro-Nasser
revolution in Jordan affecting Is-
rael's security "was discussed.
The blackout was seen as
prompted by the consideration not
to disclose details of whatever de-
cisions might have been reached
both in the field of security pre-
paredness and diplomatic action.
It was noted here that while Pre-
mier David Ben-Gurion's oft-re-
The view seemed to be that
although King Hussein of Jordan
had managed to so far control
the drive of Nasser elements
against his throne and that this
had brought some relaxation of
tension, Cairo's stepped-up anti-
Jordan radio campaign spread-
ing false reports about demon-
strations in Jordan and openly
citirv) to revolt were considered
a grave omen.
The announcement by the Dutch
JERUSALEM (JTA' Ex- deep regrets "
pealed statement that Israel would
not remain idle in the status quo Foreign Ministrv that" the Dutch
in neighboring Jordan was radical- Government had "promised to sup-
lly altered still held good, recent porl Israel in ,ne evcnt ()f an at.
A message also developments had made the exact
pressions of sympathy and sorrow
from world leaders over the pass-
was received from Belgium's For;definition of the meaning of a
eign Minister Paul Henri-Spaak.
Continued on Page 9-A
ing of President Ben-Zvi poured | whose scheduled visit to Israel on
into Israel this week. Apr 21 was canceled because of
Messages were received from' Presient Ben-Zvi's illness.
United Nations Secretary General
I' Thant. the White House. French
The Government of Argentine
rs.r Arab rulers would not Pl.csident chaHes Congo Insists on Having Israel
Direct Training of Her Armies
?pen.te.in such a solution as Gusfav of Swcden Qucon Juliana
ol they were consp.nng to of fiolland Queen Elizabeth of I
'c"/ tsra'- Britain. Queen. Mother Elizabeth
. <1 thai. H n were no! for "f Belgium, West German Presi-
ir.icv. the refugee prob- dwt Heinrich Luebke and Chan-
wou;d no longer exist, hist 'or Konrad Adenauer of West
fit no longer existed in India Germany, president of many Afn
Pasistan after the partition can states, and many others.
11 I countries, although each Italian Foreign Minister Attlil-
ir eceived millions of ref- lio Piccioni cabled "profound and
ing for Israel's President Ben
Zvi, and the Argentine flag was
lowered to half-mast on all pub-
lic buildings and all military,
naval and Air Force establish-
ments. Dr. Joe Maria Guido,
the President of Argentina, sent
a message to Acting President
Kaddash Lui, saying: "I ex-
Continued on Page 10 A
ipressive Military Parade Marks Israel's
lebration of Fifteenth Independence Day
laus
and Jews
Hash in LA.
HAIFA (JTA) Nearly 400.- ance with the ruling by Army
000 Israelis crowded the slopes of | Chief Chaplain Schlom Goren.
Ml. Carmel here Monday to watch i
the impressive military parade
narking Israel's 15th anniversary
along a route decorated with mili-
lary colors draped in black and
vith flags flying at half mast in
The parade started with a
short memorial service to the
late President while the flag
was lowered to half mast to the
sound of bugles. This was fol-
mourning for the late President lowed by a display of military
LOS 'T.El.ES -(JTA) Four i/hak Ben-Zvi.
tint*-' of the American Nazi i in deference to the period of
jrty wi v under arrest here after > mourning for President Ben-Zvi,
|m i .,11 battle outside a meet- |i() military bands were included
hen narking Israel's 15th an as the parade passed the review
lersi Ten persona were in- ing stand, but they joined the
red he fracas, which, police .,.archers a few hundred yards be-
Marted when the Naiia, yond the saluting base, in accord-
picketing the meeting,
Jewish man. The in
ded the lour Nazis, four
and two Jews.
aircraft which included 28 newly
acquired Mirage-3 supersonic jet
fighters, other aircraft forma-
tions and Army helicopters.
The threatening weather forced
some limitation of the air display
Continued on Page 8 A
UNITED NATIONS (JTA)
The Government of the Congo Re-
public (Leopoldville) is standing
b> its previous decision to include
Israel among the six nations she
bad asked to help retrain and re-
organize the Congolese army and
navy, it was learned here.
The announcement that "we are
standing pat" was made to the
United Nations Advisory Commit
tee on the Congo by Congolese
Minister of Justice Justin Mom
boko.
Arab delegations have object-
ed to the inclusion of Israel in
the army retraining plan which
called for Israel to train para- !
troopers for the Congo army,, i
At the same time, the Soviet
Union has objected to the fact
that the other five countries in-
volved in the planCanada, Nor- '
way, Italy, Belgum and the
United States would provide
only equipment and logistic for
the retraining course.
If the UN rules that it will not ihorization for New York City to
permit the Congo plan to operate enact such a law between Septem-
under a United Nations "umbrel-( ber l and December 31 ot this
la." it was understood that the year
Leopoldville Government will pro-
Jesuit Mag
Supports Fair
Sabbath Law
new YORK (JTA) Amer-
ica, the national Roman Catholic
weekly, came out strongly in its
current issue this week in support
ot a Pair Sabbath law for New
York City. The stand was con
sidered a major break in the pre
viously unyielding Catholic opposi
tion to any changes in Sunday
laws.
The editorial was apparently
evoked by the action of the New
York Legislature approving au-
ceed with 'he project through bi
lateral agreements with each oi
the six countries concerned.
G:-c inside the Shrine Audi-
ere were unaware of the
pftU rjtside between pickets,
Jolice -id bystanders, which
laste; -or 10 minutes. Among
Ihe c ; jrities who were enter-
Idimrr af the meeting were
komec -, Jack Benny, Israeli
film (- Ziva Rodann, and ac-
,e*> -hryn Grayson.
be police officers. George
": "inued on Pa.ge 16-A
Rajakovic Suspected of Red Spying
ROMF (ITM Eric Rajak prove correct, authorities said, this his firm had many cummer-
.,;. ss .m,r ,u.r :'*dsr,r.rr,,,ria,,ov'c's "ca"w,
arrest and being investigated in
Vienna on charges ol having been Rajakovic, a wartime aide to the
the kev man in the wartime de- j late Adolf Eichmann. conducted a j fleas in this city. Venice and
UOrtation of 110.000 Jews from Hoi- highly profitable import-export; Trieste. Italian security officers
;,,; to the Nazi gas chambers, la business with headquarters
A search of his main office in
Milan, police said, has led to fur
ther scrutiny of his branch of
"The people who stand to bene-
fit most from the Sabbatarian
exemptions are mostly Ortho-
dox Jews who religiously ob-
serve Saturday as their day of
rest," the America editorial
said. "To allow them to open
shop on Sunday will not serious-
ly impede the Sunday closing
laws purpose of keeping one day
a week free of business occupa-
tions and will relieve conscien-
tious Jews of what they regard
as an inequality."
The editorial also termed the
in I have found in the Rajakovic files proposed Sunday law revision for
now suspected oi espionage in
Italy on behalf of some iron Cur-
Milan. He fled Milan just before | some documents which seem to New York City "a pragmatic ad-
< nc of the leading newspapers in be semi-secret communications hutment of the law to meet one
11 Milan exposed him as an Eich- between th.- ex-Nail and certain of the realities of a pluralistic
pXe announced If the charges mann henchman, it was known Communist countries society."



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Friday. May 3, 1963
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Kenneth Myers Named Special Att'y.
To Dade County Legislative Delegation
A 30-ycar-old Miamian, whose
relative youth belies the broad
ranee of bis civic activity, has
been appointed one of the special
attorneys to the Dade County
Delegation of the Florida Legisla-
ture now in session.
He is Kenneth M. Myers. A na-
tive of Miami, Myers attended Mi-
ami Senior High School, where he
was a member of the National
Honor Society and Key dub.
Upon graduation, Myers went to
the University of North Carolina
ai Chapel HiU, where he was pres-
ident of the Debating Team, a
member of the Track Team, and
captain of the Fencing Team.
In recognition of his scholas-
tic achiovwnont, ho was lctd
to Phi Bota Kappa, the nation's
highest academic honorary, and
to Hie Order of the Golden
Fleece, highest honorary society
t Chapel Hill.
On campus, Myers was president
of Hillel Foundation, a member
oJ the Student Honor Court, and
.1 member of Tau Epsilon Phi
Fraternity. He received a BA de-
gree in 1954. and was named Dis-
tinguished Military Graduate of
re Air Force Reserve Officers
[raining Corps.
In 1954, Myers went to the Uni-
versity of Florida Law School,
where he became executive editor
of the university's Law Review.
He was president of Phi Alpha
Delta, legal fraternity, and receiv-
ed the LLB degree in 1957.
Since then, he has been asso-
ciated with the law firm in Miami
of Myers, Heiman, Kaplan, and
Catsman. Last Apr. 1. the Dade
County legislative special attorney
was admitted as a partner into
the firm.
He is the son of Mr. and Ms.
Stanley C. Myers, oi Coral Gables,
both nationally-known community
leaders in their own right.
Myers is member of the
Dade County, Florida, and Amer-
ican Bar Associations. His civic
activities include past member-
ship on the Board of Governors,
Budget Committee and one of
the founders of the Young Exec-
utive Group of the Greater Mi-
ami Jewish Federation.
He is a past board member of
Rood to Head Miami Delegation
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Nathan B. Rood, of Coral Gables,
will head the delegation of the
Greater Miami Chapter of the
American Jewish Committee to
the S6th annual meeting of the
Committee to be held at the Hotel
Commodore in New York City on
May 16 to 19, it was announced
here by David B. Fleeman, pres-
ident of the chapter.
Among those accompanying him
will be R. W. Apte, Mrs. Robert
Berger, Mrs. Charles Finkelstein,
Marshall Harris. Jay Janis, James
R. Katzman, Sidney Meyer, Dr.
Joseph Weidberg and Leonard
Wien. In addition, the meeting will
be attended by Mrs. Eleanor Lip-
ton, chapter executive assistant,
and Seymour Samet, Florida Re-
gional director.
Highlight of the meeting will
be the presentation of the Amer-
ican Jewish Committee's Amer-
ican Liberties Medallion to Adlai
E. Stevenson, U.S. Ambassador
to the United Nations, "for ex-
ceptional advancement of the
principles ef human liberty."
Some 600 community leader-
from throughout the country MM
expected to attend the four-da*
session.
The meeting will feature first-
hand reports on the human rights
situation and status of Jews ir.
Europe, North Africa and Latir.
America. Zachariah Shuster, di-
rector of the American Jewish
Committee's European office; Max-
imo Yagupsky, director of the Is-
rael office; and Abraham Monk
director of the Committee's Latin
American officer, will come to the
United States to address session-
of the annual meeting.
Guitarist fo be Heard
Lewis Pomerantz, president, will
conduct a short business meeting
of the Israelite Center on Tues
day evening in the social hall. En
tertainment will be by Coun
Sasha Leonoff
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Mr. and .Mrs. Alex Reiken. 12940
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meeting for the posi-confirmation
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Purpose of the meeting was
consummation of plans for senior
graduation exercises to be held
during regular Friday evening
services. May 17, conducted by
Rabbi Herbert Baumgard.
Twelfth grade students who will
participate in the commencement
ceremony are Dianne Selditch,
Eunice Tall, Linda Green, Elaine
Brenner, Mark Freeman, Linda
Gross, Robert Prager, Roger Angel
and Ira Green.
Others attending the dinner were
Susan Sarbey, Janice Feld, Diane
Flashman, Penny RuasThof, Susan
Bernstein, Judi Spiegel, Richard
Roth, Philip Isis, Judy Clein and
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SUBSCRIF- 1 O N RATES:
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Onr Yaa- i.O- Tnr. Vtarr new
Out 0' Towr Upor Fteauea'
The German
Dilemma
t MA/ -ERNER
V oiurn* 3t
Friday Men- 3 196C
E ivtr 5^21
Numoe
The Soviet-Israel
Contest in Africa
Tim jE>ovie Quiau i exceotioi
tc tn* Congo: aecnuoi. tec h
roe. wil nan. ner noons ii c:
aiteresunr ont
Tn- Conac r.a: announce;
c tm Uaitac Naucuu tha snt
israe. rr.llr.ar-
experts tc se ne- serv
orae- c -'.D C u Cj : sw.
aes:ci:Cif: DCdi
j' DDwei. wB aisc ix re-
cuestt-: lacfanica u:
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uewiv-emergmc Ailiuaj
Bras lone
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Btruggk
V.'nereve: in* Sovie "Jmoi.
ra: sen; instructor?' one ah.-
cia o: tecnnica. envov: o: ont
torn o- anotne: inert tne cito
ae. o: Commurusn. car. n,Kr
rornen unres- leercknc tc striK
Tat Conge oecuuoi. n more
tnar c simple recogniUor o:
tnn iac: 1: is tne lamout
hoosevei' piaaue or notx. vour
nouses' reacuor. tc the Eos-
Wes cole wen i is tne recogniuor. n. israe
tna israe. is iise nerseb c new natioL buj-
wnnr al. tut prooiemf me searcninc rcr rr*-
eion n. c ec o: ionQ-Btandinc ryrannief nnr
premdrctji conunualit sufie:
1" n tnt unaexsteuiciinc tna israe. nai tnt
mos tc afae: necauBt snt warm tnt teas n
retur: ror ne: assistance menasnir ratne:
tnar alliance.
Sometime age n. tnese coiumni. we notec
tna- tn Sovie' Uniot anc israe. are n. c very
rea struggle to: recogniuor. amonc tne nev%
Amcai. natiom. Seei or. iu tact tnn mat
nave appearec strange fo- no car c iuc>
aernau: anc c Ton. Tnumr oe pittec aacnns
one anotner at comneUtori-'
Tne Conge aecisioi weL illustrates our
earner sudposiuol
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JFCS-Beth Am Program
Tne congregauor tc wnici. yov oeionc a
many tnmgs. Tne raou. amonc otnen. n ire-
cruentn c reposttort- o: aeei persona, coni.-
aeucoL c lountainneac o: soirrtua. guiaance
anc c source o: manta rmr mun- counselrnq
ir. recogniuor. o: tnt comemporart- aeve.
onmen' tna' rnan, o" tnewe laceu o: nii activity
consbtate tue tota oroiessiona compemice of
hie weL-trainec socia worsg: c unique- pro-
gran u Beaioamiouncec nert c aemonstro
Uot progran. XMiiwuei. iewist Family rmc CnL-
arw. i Servioe anc Tempte Betr Ait tc provio*
Kimi'ty counseknc services to 1emp*e congrt-
AL recognize tne cioee alliance beiweei.
tne aim? o' c House o~ Groc anc tne mainteii-
anct or wnojesome lamin- reaDruonsnipe ir. tne
Ttrrm^ q? emOtlOUallt' SOUUC 'TiriitriniTfTH: rm~ o
aealtn-t community.
bu" tne complexity oi toaay t woric suo-
gesu equally compiej persona, anc ramiiy
proDiemi tna- car. be ireguentrv near nandiec
by tnose specrbcali^ trainee to do so. ieavnic
tne congregatiar anc its spintua ieaae- tree
to cope witi. tne manifoic sprntuai-reiigioui
meai tor wnicr. me:, are always seemnr ru>
ulbxaen*.
JFCS aeservei praise to: tne initiative r
bo* taker, n. inn regard Temple beti Art
iu otticen spirrtua. leaae: cue memnersrnr
aeeervc nnitfTT praise
The Equal Footing Fallacy
Tne cicmr betweei. jewf one Nazu- ir Los
Angeiei i cenamry ont o: tne mos- Ditter re-
coraec tc aate Tnt sac tbinc anou'. i: nice
aL tne conrrontationi netweei. tberr. reponec
tout rar is tiur tney are viewec. s\- tne Dresi
or. ox egual loounc
Tne Nazu are no' srmpit- ideoiogica qb>
ponenu o: tewisr. nentaae nistor-> pniiosopr-
rradiuor. o: custom Neitne: are tnet- mere
pouuea. aaversarie* tc ne lsoiatec rron tne
mennsrrean. o: Arnencc lite anc rename c oj
c curiosity.
bu- tnn b novr tne press report* h one
aimos- aiwavE witi. tne met*i:anje nnpbcauor.
"I: wiL ne mteresunc tc see wbc v.-im.'
Time was wner. tne creates- oenatf ;r
Amencar. roreigi. poiirt- reva.'vec tttoaaA :.*ie
issue o: lsoianoaisrr oollaettvv aaaiXiM
Tna- was netore Wane 1 ar Q P mh s:.;
noi tc nave iearnec tne lessar. a: time Wm
seen. stiL no: tc hcrve iearnec tna- a kftM
agains: the neeaorr. a: one o: us c nlc
aacnns: aL.
Law Day, ILSX
Got Bryan- hat proclaimed Mcy '. as
Law Day TJ.SA. m Fianaa and Grwate: Mi-
am. this weel nnec tne natior. m aaMnonstra
unc to tne wane ttt iaitt it. the supremoc-r at
the law at cantrastec witr. the oppresssor. at
tne indrvidnal in land? where mer. have M tc
tastt the sweat imfc a: treedarr.
Law Day TJ.SA., has been .->rt*ert-ec an-
nuaby or. May | since 1956 anc thr Conor***
twe yoars ago dssionatec the ceiehrntior. a*
c specia. occasior. or. which the Amn.\ir. ;w-
pie n. appreciatiac o: then hentaoe rededi.Mtr
themselves to the ideals o: equality an.-. ksjKjM
Le- us or. Law Day seek | deeoe; un.i^r
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* Jew 1st Fhx-idlian
Page 5-A
,
B- G Views on Peace With Arabs
Continued from Page 1A
sion between East and West re
ldxed, the United States and the
Soviet Union demanded of the
Arab rulers that they sign a peace
treaty with Israel as required un-
der the United Nations Charter.
The Hovernments of the Arab
states, he said, would have to be
concerned with the needs of their
peopleeconomic, educational anc!
h.allhinstead of with dictatorial
rule requiring military demon-
Mi.it ions and the stockpiling of
arms.
Israel's principal tasks, de-
clared Mr. Ben-Gurion, are: 'i.
Strengthening of security through
tleterrent military force and en-
hancement of her international
position on all continents. 2.
Closing the educational gap be-
tween the children of the needy,
mostly in the Oriental communi-
ties, and those more fortunate, im-
parting" scientific achievements
and spiritual values to the young-
er generation as far as possible on
an equal level. 3. Revival of
the wilderness, its settlement in
Zionists Offer
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nounced that in conjunction with
the national convention of the or-
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July 11 to 17. several low-priced
tours to Israel are being planned.
A complete tour via El Al jet,
h avinji on July 8. and returning
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grvHp may stay from two to six
weeks in Israel, and have an op-
tion of visiting Europe on the re-
turn trip.
In addition to convention acti-
vities, and trip- to Tel Aviv, Haifa,
Jerusalem, the Galil and Beershe-
ba, members ol the tour will be
feted at special government re-
ceptions and affairs. Also avail-
able are a limited number of "fare
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'the north and in the south of the
i country, particularly in the ex-
I panse of the Negev. 4. Absorp-
tion of the growing immigration in
the economic, as well as the cul-
tural sense. 5. Attainment of
economic independence through
increased labor production, man-
agement proficiency and expansion
oi production and exports."
"Every veteran Israeli," add-
ed Mr. Bcn-Gurion, "is called
upon to adopt at least one immi-
grant family, inviting the new-
comers to their home and visit-
ing them, taking an interest in
their welfare, rendering assist-
ance."
As for the Jews abroad, he said,
j he would ask "immigration into
! Israel of pioneering youth and
young technicians and scientists;
deepening of the personal bond of
every Jew with Israel, including
nonimmigrants, through visits to
Israel; the sending of children to
study in Israel's secondary and
higher institutions of learning;
capital investments in Israel de-
velopment projects; and above
all, provisions of Hebrew educa-
tion to the children, deepening
their Jewish awareness and na-
tional heritage through the study
of the Hebrew language, as well
as the study of ancient and mod-
ern Hebrew literature."
Discussing the question of reli-
gion in Israel." he said: "I be-
lieve that we must be faithful to
our Proclamation of Independ-
encesigned by all political par-
ties, from the Communists to the
Agudat Israelwhich stipulates
that the State of Israel will guar-
antee freedom of religion, con-
science, language, education and
culture. This policy should be the
guidepost for both religious and
secular elements.*'
Touching on Zionism and immi-
-i.ition, he told the JTA that 'my
greatest disappointment, after the
e tablishment of the State, was
that Zionist leaders throughout the
diaspora di.l not come here to set-
tle and did not serve as an ex-
ample to the people.'' He added
"It has always been my convic-
tion as I understood the Zionist
ideal, that the ideal meant a de-
sire to return to Zion and per-
sonally to participate in the up
building of the homeland and the
resurgent nation. Naturally,
everybody has the right to define
Zionism as he wishes. My view is
thai the Zionist movement, which
undoubtedly has great historic mer-
its, should turn into an all-Jewish
organisation that would strength-
< ii within the Jewish people con-
sciousness and unity, and would
help toward strengthening Israel
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economically, culturally and poli-
tically."
"As chairman of the World
Zionist Executive," he contin-
ued, "I saw it as my duty to
tend to the equipment of a Jew-
ish Army which did not yet
exist. I accomplished that task
in two ways: through acquisition
of modern machinery and tools
for the establishment of our own
arms industry; and through ac-
quisition of military equipment
light and heavy arms, sub-
machine guns, tanks and fighter
planes which the underground
Haganah could not possess."
The Premier recalled the day of
March 28, 1948, when radio broad-
casts reported that Warren R.
Austin, head of the United States
delegation to the United Nations,
had told the United Nations Secur-
ity Council that the United States
deemed it necessary to withdraw
its support of the Palestine parti-
tion plan which had been voted
the previous November. Instead,
Sen. Austin proposed that a UN
trusteeship regime be instituted
for the whole of Palestine.
"I was then at Haganah Head-
quarters at Tel Aviv," Mr. Ben-
Gurion recalled, "and could not
consult my colleagues on the Zion-
ist Executive, who were in Jeru-
salem. I saw it my duty imme-
diately to state: This stand of the
United States in no way alters
fundamentally the situation in the
country, nor does it undermine the
establishment of the Jewish
State.
"Establishment of the State
was not, in erfect, given in the
United Nations resolution (on
vember siovnisie 780
Palestine Partition) of last Nov.
29 although the resolution was
of great moral and political
valuebut by our ability to
bring about a decision in the
cocntry by force. Through our
own strengthif we will it and
succeed in mobilizing it fully
the State will be established
i even now."
"And the State came into being
and we were forced to fight for
its existence. We won, and I have
no doubt that this was one of the
greatest achievements in our his-
tory as a nation." he said
YlGRAN
Being congratulated by Rabbi Eugene Labovitz (left), spiritual
leader of Temple Ner Tamid, are Mrs. Fannie Sklar, "Woman
of the Year" at Ner Tamid, and Louis Cohen, "Man of the
Year," who will be honored at services Friday night. Also
congratulating the Ner Tamid leaders are Murray A. Shaw
(right), congregation president.
Gordon to Head Federation Unit
Jack D. Gordon, president of
Washington Federal Savings and
Loan Assn., has been appointed
chairman of the Budget Commit-
tee of the Greater Miami Jewish
Federation for 1863-64, it was an-
nounced by Sidney Lefcourt, pres-
ident of Federation.
In this capacity, Gordon willl
work closely with 31 leaders of:
the community, who will hold the
final responsibility for budgeting
of Federation's ten local agencies
in Greater Miami, plus 47 other
agencies nationally and overseas,
which receive funds from Federa-
tion and Combined Jewish Appeal
drive in Greater Miami.
Assisting Gordon are Dr. George
Graham, chairman of overseas
budget study; Leo Eisenstein,
chairman of national agencies
budget study: and Sam J. Heiman,
chairman of the local agencies.
Mrs. Dorothy Krieger Fink is
vice chairman of local agencies.
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Friday. May 3, 1963
*JewistiTfcrMian
Page 7-A
Temple Youth Set Installation
National Federation of Temple
Youth Groups of Temple Beth Am
ill have an installation dinner on
Saturday, May 18, in the new
You** LwmgCT Sylvan* Holtzman
is advisor lo the group.
Incoming officers are Mnrcia
Orovitz, president; Judy Erstling,
\ice president in charge of inter-
group relations; Leslie Reiken,
vice president, intra-group rela-
tions; Cathy Joseplison, corres
ponding secretary; Leslie Joseph-
ion, recording secretary; and Ted
Silver, treasurer.
Advisory board: Richard Abel,
president of the Florida Groups;
Larry Glickman, Sharon Bloc -,
Lois Lippman and Judy Clein.
Executive board: Merrie Bloek-
(r. Greg Levine. David LeopoK,
and Pamela Grossman.
Applications are now being ac-
cepted for members to attend the
Southeastern Federation of Tern-
l>lc Youth summer camp in CTcv;-
; land, Ga.
At the 320-acre camp, opened by
tiie Union of American Hebrew
Congregations, summer sessions
' ?re held for members from all
(over the United States, for trail-
ing in leadership and program-
ming.
I.
At the election meeting of Mt. Sinai Hospital's ing (left to right) are Joseph M. Lipton, treas-
Board of Trustees last week are (seated) S. C. urer; David Phillips, assistant secretary; S. J.
Levenson, assistant treasurer; Max Orovitz. Heiman, secretary; Leonard Abess and Leon-
and J. Gerald Lewis, reelected respectively for ard A. Wien, vice presidents- Other vice
a third term as chairman of the board and presidents (not shown) are A. I. Harris and
president; Dan Ruskin, vice president. Stand- Carl Weinkle.
Orovitz in Third Term on Sinai Board;
i
Lewis Takes President's Gavel Again
Max Orovitz will serve a third
dinsecutivc term as chairman of
ihe board of Mt. Sinai Hospital,
..nd J. Gerald Lewis has accepted
. third year as president.
Their election by the ncwly-in-
lalled board of trustcss and mem-
bers of the board was held fol-
.i wing the 14th annual membcr-
-lip meeting last Thursday even-
Slat* was presented by David
Catsman, chairman of the nom-
inating committee, and install-
ing officer was Dr. Irving Lehr-
man, who also gave the benedic-
tion.
Other officers on the slate are
Leonard Abess, A. J. Harris, Dan
_ R. Ruskin, Carl Weinkle and
9 Leonard A. Wien, vice presidents;
secretary and assistant secretary.
S. J. Heiman and David Phillips;
Treasurer, Joseph M. Lipton; and
S. C. Levenson, assistant treasur-
er.
Elected as life trustees were |
Samuel Friedland and Colonel
Jacob M. Arvey; board of trustees.:
le-elected, Leonard L. Abess, Isa-
dore Hecht. S. J. Heiman, Howard!
Kane. Joseph M. Lipton, Baron del
Hirsch Meyer, Hank Meyer, Dav-j
id Phillips, Joseph M. Rose, Jacob j
Sher. William D. Singer and Carl,
Susskind.
Meeting was conducted by Lewi
is, who gave his annual report,
and presented Max Orovitz, chair-
man of the board; Joseph Lipton,
for a secretary's report; and Leon-
ard Abess, for a treasurer's re->
l>ort.
Greetings were extended on be-
half of the medical staff by Dr.
Jesse Halpern. and the executive
director's report, in Samuel Gert-j
ner's absence, was given by Mar j
vin Bostin, associate director.
Choral group of the hospital's
School of Practical Nursing offer-
ed, several selections.
Highlight of the meeting was
a talk by Dr. Louis Block, hos-
pital consultant, who spoke on
"New Concepts in Hospital Plan-
ning." Dr. Block, nationally-
recognized hospital consultant
on long-range planning, is cur-
rently performing a study for
Mt. Sinai Hospital.
A past president of the Acad-
emy of Hospital Consultants, he is
development of the Hill-Burton
program, involving Federal assist-
ance to hospitals in new expan-
sion. Dr. Block has had three
Looks published, and is president
of Louis Block and Associates,
Hospital Consultants.
TREASURtD
Goodman Chief Stars on TV
In a discussion of the meaning
:.nd symbols of the Passover sea-
son, its significance, and the cvo-
'ution of matzos in their varied
forms, shapes and methods of pro-
uction during the past few hun-
dred years, Erich Cohen and Joe
rmklin held forth on a recent
'ranklin "Memory Lane" telc-
ision program in New York.
Tied in with the discussion was
u' showing of a number of famous
enioom Haggadahs. Cohn, who
is a collector of such editions, ex-
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hibited both a morc-than-a century
ok) edition and the modern art!
Arthur Szyk Haggadah.
The original shape of matzos i
was round, and called "Ugos Mat-1
zos." Mechanical and machine
age production changed them to
a square shape.
Colin said that the Goodman
company still makes round mat-
zos throughout the year, known as
Tea Matzos. Among other shapes
and styles, Cohn exhibited a matzo1
he had obtained in Salonika.
Greece, on one of his many journ
eys to and from Israel
A. Goodman & Sons, Inc., of|
which Cohn is president, has been
baking matzos for over 187 years.
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Laau H. Borar. chair
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Page 9-A
Israel Blackout on Jordan Crisis Talks
Lewis Sternshein, president of Congregation Beth David, con-
gratulates Miami City Commissioner Sidney M. Aronovitz,
who has been named to receive a special award in recog-
nition of "his exemplary service to Beth David, to Israel and
the community." Aronovitz will be presented with the citation
at a diner of tribute on behalf of State of Israel Bonds in Spec-
tor Hall of Beth David on Saturday evening, May 18.
Beth David to Honor Sidney Aronovitz
At Israel Bond Dinner of Tribute
Miami City Commissioner Sid-
lej M Aronovitz. noted Dade civic
eader, will be guest of honor at a
(Inner ol tribute to be held under
auspices of Congregation Beth
David on Saturday. May 18. it was
announced by Lewis Sternshein
congregation president, who will
serve as dinner chairman.
Aronovitz. who has achieved
prominence in many civic endeav-
ors, congregation activities and in
leadership on behalf of State of
Israel Bonds, will be cited at the
dinner for "his exemplary services
io Beth David, to Israel and the
-ommunity."
Senior Citizens
Plan Conference
The Florida State Council of
Senior Citizens will celebrate
President Kennedy's proclamation
retting May as 'Senior Citizen
Month" with its first annual state-
wide convention at Miami Beach
en May 11 and 12.
The Florida Council is headed
by Peter Austin, of Bradenton.
.:id affiliated with the National
Council of Senior Citizens. Mich
el Sos that 5.000 senior citizens from
throughout the state will attend
he inaugural conclave.
Highlights of the two-day gath-
ering wiM be a giant rally in the
-uditorium in support of the
President's Medicare program,
.'nd a touch off dinner at the Shel-
\>orne Hotel.
Principal speaker for the Sun-
dajr night rally will be Richard
Boiling '(Dem.-Mo.). The May 11
('.inner will feature an address by
Claude Pepper, Florida Congress-
man.
Heading the committee for the
dinner with Sternshein art Max
Silver who will serve as vice
chairman, and /V..s. Louis Seit-
lin, who will serve as chairman
of the committee of hosts.
A native of Key West. Aronovitz
received his education at the Uni-
versity of Florida. Prior to taking
up the practice of law in Miami.
; Aronovitz served as a captain in
the U.S. Army, receiving two Bat-
[ tie Stars and the Bronze Star. Fol-
lowing the war. he was acting chief
' of the Military Government-Intel-
l ligence Service of the American
Sector of Berlin.
As a prominent Dade resident.
'Aronovitz has been active in many
civic 'efforts, as well as in Congre-
gation Beth David, which he ser-
ved as president.
He is a past president of the
I Florida Federation of B'nai B'rith
Lodges and a former president of
iSholom Lodge, B'nai B'rith.
He is a member of the Florida
Regional Board and Executive
Committee of the Anti-Defama-
tion League and a member of
the Beard of Governors of the
Greater Miami Jewish Feder-
ation.
Prominent in local affairs in the
community. Aronovitz has served
as a Commissioner of the City of
; Miami since October. 1962.
Continued from Page 1-A
tack by the Arab nations" was
viewed as the first of that kind
which might be expected from a
number of European countries.
However, the key to the danger
was viewed as being in Washing-
ton.
It is understood that Washington
stressed in talks with Israel, Jor-
dan and Egypt that the United
States remains firmly in support
of King Hussein. However, Israel
would like to tec the United si it, -
come out with a more firm and
public statement aimed at making
as clear as possible the Inited
States attuude and its support of
Hussein, accompanied by a stern
warning to President Nasser of
Egypt to leave no room for any
"miscalculation" on his part.
Acting Secretary of State George
W. Ball in Washington last week
end called in Israel Ambassador
Avraham Harman for what was
described as an opportunity to ex-
press condolences on the death of
President Ben-Zvi, but which actu-
ally involved a discussion of re-
gional developments including
events in Jordan.
The Wathir-jton Post reported
that the question of how Israel
would react if King Hussein's
Government in Jordan is seri-
ously endangered is a matter of
prime interest to the United
States. The newspaper said "the
uncertain situation in Jordan
was being watched with special
attention by the White House and
the State Department" last week-
end. Speicalists on the area en-
gaged in a series of conferences.
The United States Government is
Hi < ply concerned" over missile
development in the Middle Fast
tin' State Department said. ad'fJhV
thai the Department was "watch
ing the situation" and diSCUSSint
the problem "with the parties con-
cerned. The statement was made
by Frederick G. Dutton, Assistant
Secretary of state, in a letter to
Rep. Samuel 8 St rat ton, New Veti
Democrat,

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To Hios Board
Jack D. Gordon, of Miami
Beach, is among the 13 new mem-
bers electe.l to the national Board '
ol Directors of the United Hias j
of New York City.
Gordon is a member of the
Executive Committee and chair-
man of the Budget Committee of|
the Greater Miami Jewish Fed-1
eration. He is president of Wash-!
n.gton Federal Savings and Loan
Assn.
Locally. United Hias and Nation-'
al Council of Jewish Women, in;
cooperation with Federation, par-
ticipate in a program in behalf
cf Jewish refuge families from
Cuba seeking resettlement in the
Greater Miami area.
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South Dade and Flamingo Chap-
ters of National Children's Cardiac
Hospital w'll hold an all-day fund-
rai-ing auction and bazaar at
Pythian Hall, 1601 W. Flagler St.
The Sunday event is chaired by
Mrs Herman Marks and Mrs. Ben
Cowen.
Acad. Students
Present Play
Fourth jrade students at the
Hebrew Academy presented a
play in the school auditorium
Monday in recognition of Israel
Irdependence Day.
The play, "A Wandering Nation
Returns Home." was written and
directed by Rabbi Shimon Azulay.
a fourth srade instructor at the
Academy.
Students who participated were;
David Abramowitz, David Berger,
Shraga Gross, Tova Horovitz, Ger-j
trude Weiss, Ellen Zisquit, Judd!
Zisquit, Marc Rosenblum, Rochelie
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Friday. May 3. 1963
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Leaders Mourn Ben-Zvi's Passing
Continued from Para 1-A
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press to Your Excellency the
deep condolences of the Argen-
tine Government and people
over the death of President Ben-
Zvi whose passing marks a se-
vere loss for a friendly country."
Austrian President Adolf
Schaerf and Chancellor Alfons
Gorbach sent to Prime Minister
David Ben-Gurion messages of
condolence over the death of Pres-
ident Izhak Ben-Zvi. Both Aus-
trian leaders expressed their deep
est sympathy. Both chambers of
the Dutch Parliament adopted
solemn resolutions of condolence
over the death of Israel's Presi-
dent Izhak Ben-Zvi. sending cables
expressing their sentiments to the
Knesset. Israels Parliament. Dr. |
Joseph Luns. the Foreign Minis-
ter, issued i statement saying "the
government of the Netherlands
mourns with Israel."
All Belgian office buildings and
the building housing the Commiss-1
ion of the European Economic i
Community flew their flags at I
half-mast. Expressions of con-
dolences continued to be brought
to the Israel Embassy by many-
Belgian and Jewish personalities.
The French press paid warm
tribute to President Ben-Zvi, laud-
ing him as the good Samaritan
whose home was always open to
all. as humble_as they may have
been," and as a great and courag-
:... '
US Eulogy
WASHINGTON' < JTA t
The White House issued a
special statement mourning
the death of Israeli Presi-
dent Izhak Ben-Zvi. stating
that Americans "share the
sorrow of the people of Is-
rael" at his death. The
statement said:
Thi1 United States mourns
the death of Israel's eminent
statesman, scholar, and sec-
ond President, Izhak Ben-
Zvi, with whom we have en-1
joyed long and cordial rela-
tions. His distinguished con-
tributions to his country and:;
his people ensure his lasting I
place in their memory, and i
his passing will be noted q
with sorrow by peoples -
I around the world who have
I kown and respected him for h
his gentleness and wisdom. ~\
I We share the sorrow of the |
people of Israel in their -J
great loss."
eous statesman and scholar. Some
30 of the leading personalities of
the country went to the Israel
Embassy here to inscribe their
names in a "book of condolence."
Jewish communities throughout
the country telegraphed and tele
[ phoned their condolences to the
Emba>>>
Dr. Eugen Gersteinmaier,
president of the lower house of
the West German Parliament,
sent a message to the Israel Gov-
ment, and the official Govern-
ment Gazette in Bonn carried a
long obituary recalling Mr. Ben-
Zvi's background and achieve-
ments.
State President C. R. Swart, of
the South African Republic, sabled
:he official condolences of the Gov-
ernment, and Johannesburg May-
or J. F. Oherholzer. City Council
members and members of the for-
eign consular corps attended a
memorial service at the Great
Synagogue in Johannesburg.
Greetings to the
STATE Of ISRAEL
on its
15th ANNIVERSARY
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Best Wishes to the State of Israel
on its 15th Anniversary
Stanley H. Wasser, President
Wasser Insurance Agency, Inc.
255 University Drive Coral Gables, Ha.
Phone Highland 3-5255
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on its 15th Anniversary
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B'nai B'rith Plans 'Dialathon'
Judge Milton A. Friedman, chair-
man of Genera! Solicitation of the
Combined Jewish Appeal, and past
District 5 president of B'nai B'rith.
announced that B'nai B'rith lodges
of Greater Miami will hold a one-
day "Dialathon" for CJA on Wed-
nesday at the Federation office
Board Room.
During tne evening. B'nai B'rith
members will make an all-out ef-
fort to call in outstanding pledges
from B'nai B'rith membership and
the community, as well as seek
: new pledgges on behalf of the CJA.
EXTENDS CONGRATULATIONS
to the
STATE OF ISRAEL
on its Fifteen Successful Years of Carving a
Democracy out of the Desert ... a Proud
Syrnbol of what can be done when Oppor-
tunity and Inspiration meet in Dedicated
Cooperation.
Best Wishes to the
State of Israel on its
15th Anniversary
"Louie" Aguirre
Paint & Body
Shop, Inc.
Foreign & Domestic Cars
FREE ESTIMATES
"We Honor All Major
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7111 NW 6th Ct.
Miami, Florida
PL 7-9681
PL 8-2391
Congratulations to the
STATE OF ISRAEL
on its
15th ANNIVERSARY
Bonfire Restaurant
1700 North Bay Causeway, Miami Beach
CONGRATULATIONS to the STATE of ISKAIL on its iStk Amiiverwrry
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"OUR WORK IS AS GOOD AS THE BEST"
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FROM
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TO THE
STATE OF ISRAEL
ON ITS
15th ANNIVERSARY
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of ISRAU on its
IStk ANNIVERSARY
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n its 15th Anniversary
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BB Council
Installs Feingold
Maurice J. Finegold, 475 NE
50th Tit., was recently installed
ill Morton lowers as president of
I lie Sou'.h Florida Council of B'nai
li'rith Lodges lor the ensuing
year.
Othor officers installed were Eli
|]lurwU., president-elect; Walter
\pfclbaum, treasurer; Edward A.
stern, executive secretary; Mur-
ray Skup, Jack Wilson, Joseph
Jorinstein and Ansel Wittenstein,
jice presidents.
Herbert S. Levy, national pro-
Lam director, and Mrs. Alfred
?ich, president of District 5,
fnai B'ritn Women, were among
pests at the function. Also at-
nding was Samuel Nieberg
'aul Seiderman acted as in-
piling officer, and Jack Click
Is master of ceremonies.
will enjoy the real /
rr new and enotmg Shelton 7 owe
eit r-st Side location mid-
r between United Nation*
Rockefeller Center; clcse to
I"- ( citation or.u tc,...inali.
utiful air-conditioned rooms
| suites with television at
moderate rates!
ROOF GARDEN
SUN Of CK
Zionists to Honor Judge Liebman
HYMAN GAIBUT
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Galbut Enters
Council Race
Hyman Galbut, longtime busi-
ness man and attorney on Miami
Beach, qualified this week for the
June 4 Miami Beach Council elec-
tion.
Galbut. who is seeking a coun-
cil seat for the first time, grew
up here, graduating from Miami
Beach High School, and the Uni-
versity of Miami. He is the son
of the late Al Galbut, who was
veil-known as "Honorary Mayor
of South Beach."
A senior partner in the law
firm of Galbut and Goshgarian,
he it a member of the Florida
Bar, Dade County Bar, Ameri-
can Bar, Federal Bar, and has
been admitted to practice before
the United States Supreme
Court.
A veteran of World War H, he
is presently a lieutenant command-
er in the United States Naval Re-
serve.
Recently, he was appointed by
Gov. Bryant to serve on the Dade
County Children's Committee. He I
is presently serving as secretary
to the Hebrew Academy, and is
a member of the Miami Beach
High School Booster Club.
Galbut is a charter president of
the South Shore Optimist Club,
which he founded in 1958. He is,
;. director of Beth Israel Syna-,
gogue, and for ten years served as
Secretary of Beth Jacob Cengre-i
gation. He is past commander of!
his American Legion Post, a mem-
ber of the Greater Miami Free
Loan Association, a member of
the Humane Society here, and is
currently vice president of the
Miami-Gables District, Zionist
Organization of America, will hon-
or a recently-appointed judge at
the group's annual dinner to be
held Sunday evening, May 5, at
Hillel Foundation, 1100 Miller Dr.,
Coral Gables.
Judge J. Uavid Liebman. imme-
diate past president of the district,
will be honored with a scholar-
ship in his name at Kfar Silver
Agricultural Training School, Ash-
kelon, Israel, supported by ZOA.
Judge Liebman, son-in-law of
the noted ZOA leader. Dr. Mor-
ris Goodman, Miami Beech, and
nephew of Abe Goodman, nation-
al chairman of the Kfar Silver
Special Gifts Committee of the
ZOA, served for two terms as
president of the Miami-Gables
District, as a member of the
Southeast Region board of gov-
ernors, and as an officer of
Masada, the young adult Zionist
group.
Chairman is Mrs. Cynthia Col-
lins, with Meyer Fine in charge
of reservations. Scheduled for 6
p.m., the full course kosher din-
ner will be followed by entertain-
ment and an auction.
Committee members .are Mrs.
Pauline Levick, Morris and Rose
Simon, Mr. and Mrs. Louis B. Rud-
nick, Ephraim Collins, Max Par-
ness, Jacob Schiff. Mr. and Mrs.
I B. Sacks, Mrs. David Nerow,
Mrs. Lucy Orlick. Mr. and Mrs.
Kappaport, Mrs. Dorothy Silver.
Sam Levin''. Abe Kasow. and Gil
Max Fierman. Mr. and Mrs. Sam Rappaport
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Friday, May 3. 1963
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Beth David
Spiritual Leader
Off to Confab
Rabbi Norman X Shapiro, spir-
itual leader of Beth David congre-
gation, will participate in the 63rd
.nnua! convent .on of the Rabbin-
ical Assembly, international associ-
ation of Conservative Rabbi*. May
5 to 9 at the Pioneer Country Club. ;
Greenfield Park N V
Theme of the conclave will be
vish Tradition and the Con
porary World."
In con- > - discussions,
Rabbi Shapiro pointed out: "Many
people question the applicability of
religion to their present-day life
In magaxine and newspaper arti-
cles, religion is coming under in-
creasing attack for failing to meet
the challenges of our complex so- J
ciety
"Now, close to 800 rabbis, rep-
resenting a cross-section of the
Conservative movement through-
out the world, will have an op-
portunity to speak out and to
analyze the charges of obsoles-
cence in religion."
Specific contemporary issues
which will be discussed at the con-
vention include the conflict be-
tween church and state, with par-
ticular reference to Federal aid to
private schools and prayer and
Bible-reading in the schools. One
complete session will be devoted to
the problems of world peace and
the threat of nuclear warfare.
Authorities. Jewish and non-Jew-
ish. Mill be invited to discuss vari-
ous aspects of the issues with mem-
ber> of the Rabbinical Assembly.
Pallot Takes Part in Confab
Rabbi Solomon Schiff (right), spiritual leader of Beth O Con-
gregation, admires Israel-made timepiece presented to him by
Hyman Chabner, president of Beth El Congregation.
Beth El Honors Rabbi Schiff
Albert Pallot, a national gov-
ernor of the B'nai Birth Supreme
Lodge, participated in a three-
day State Convention of the frat-
ernal order last weekend in Day-i
tona Beach.
Theme of the convention was
"Building B'nai B'rith Through
Community Service.'* The meet
ir.g of men's lodges and women's
chapters marked the 27th year of
statewide civic, educational, cul-
tural and interfaith activity by the
international service organization,
according to Charles Seiavitch, of
Miami, president of the State Fed-
eration of Lodges.
Pallot is a past president of
Miami's Sholom Lodge, and Dis-
trict Lodge 5, which embraces
seven southeastern states. He is
also a past master of Hibiscus and
Coconut Grove Masonic Lodges, a
past exalted ruler of the Miami
Elks, former chairman of Miami's
Beautification Committee, and an
honorary life member of the Mi-
ami Junior Chamber of Com-
merce.
He is president of Biscayne
Federal Savings and Loan Assn.
y
Israel Program
On Television
A panoramic dramatization of
Israel's 15 year? of statehood was
nted on the "Still Small
Voiie". program last Sunday
morning, from 10 to 10:30
over Ch. 7. Host and moderator
of the program was Rabbi May
er Abramowitz. spiritual leader of
Temple Menorah. and chairman of
the Greater Miami Rabbinical As-
.ition Israel's Independence
Celebration Committee.
Climaxinc the program was
a brief round-table discussion fea-
turing Leonard Rosen, incoming
chairman of the Greater Miami Is
r^el Bond Organization, and Mrs
Anna Brenner Meyers, incoming
men's Division chairman, both
>hom were inaugurated Sun-
.'it at the Israel Independ-
ence Day Dinner here.
Congregation and Sisterhood of j
Beth El recently held a testimon-1
ial dinner in honor of its spiritual
leader. Rabbi Solomon Schiff.
I
The dinner was given "in appre-
ciation of Rabbi Schiff s devotion
.-nd service during the five years
he has been with Congregation
Beth El."
President of the congregation,
Hyman Chabner. presented Rabbi
Schiff, on behalf of the congrega-
tion, with s wall timepiece, fash-
ioned and designed by leading Is-
raeli artists, featuring the in-
signias of the 12 tribes, as hour
markers. He also presented Mrs.
Schiff with a corsage.
As highlight of the occasion,
Rabbi Schiff received a renew-
ed contract for the coming five
years. Greetings were offered
Emanu-EI Men
Slate Election
Temple Emanu-EI Brotherhood
will hold its annual election meet-
; -. on Sunday morning at a 10
a.m. brunch in the North Branch
Bldg.. 77th St. and Dickens Ave.
In addition to election of of-
ficers and directors for 1963-64
term. Michael Sossin. president.
will give a report on the National
Federation of Jewish Men's Clubs
ention.
Slides and tapes on Lincoln
Rockwell and his neo-Nazi activi-
ties in America will be shown
by Rabbi David Shapiro, of Hol-
lywood, outgoing president, to
Rabbi Schiff, new president of
the Rabbinical Association of
Greater Miami.
Dinner committtee consisted of
Hyman Kam. chairman and first
v.ce president: Hyman Chabner.
president; Phihlip Berkowitz, hon-
orary life president: Ben Boskin.
second vice president; Abe Chief,
former president: Mrs. Jack Sha-
piro. Sisterhood president; Mrs.
Max Rappaport. first vice presi-
dent: Mrs. Rose Seigal. second
vice president; and Mrs. Joseph
Rotenberg. executive secretary' of
the congregation. Rev George
Goldberg served as toastmaster.
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JEWISH MORALISTS
Zohar. II, 47a.
The acts of the leader are the "
tcti of the nation. If the leader is ,
|USl the nation is fltiti if he is un-
Uft, the nation too is unjust and
s punished for-the sins of the,
leader,

BaKi Batra, 91.
Woe to the ship whose captain '
hat been lost.
*
SanheJnn, 92.
A leader uho guides Israel with r
humility shall lead them also in the '
\\'orld-to-Come.

Abot, 4:20.
The Rabbis hare said. "Be rather
.. tail to a lion than htad of a fox."
e
Hagigah. 5.
Over three does God weep daily: I
ii ei him who it able to study the I
Torah and does not: over him who I
. unable to devote his time to I
Ti'rah and studies it. and OVCT the
public leader who is arrogant in I
. leadership.
* *
Teacb mnemonics by symbolic
and explain bv the method
arallelt (or analogies),
A child in hi.i own mind is in- I
to eAUAjierate his own im- ^
Sn tamt s
r^cllglous ^Lm^ife
kJlllOW Lfc
eur
onarttiationt)
tgrcg
United Synagogue of America
I'nited Synagogue of America,
toon to observe the 50th anmver-
;tv of its founding by Solomon
Schcchter, is the organization of
Conservative Synagogues in the
I nited States and Canada. Its
affiliates number 740 congrega-
tions representing one million
Jewitb men, women and children.
.National headquarters are located
in the building of the Jewish Theo-
geical Seminary of America in
New York City.
The Southeast Region of the
I'nited Synagogue of America,
vnth Jerry Sussman, of Temple
Menorah, as its president, com-
prises the states of Florida, Ala
bama, Georgia, Tennessee and
South Carolina, with 45 affiliated
congregations, representing 10,090
families.
through its program of adult
Jewish education, youth activities
with the United Synagogue Youth,
elementary education, synagogue
management, rabbinic placement,
conferences and cavalcades, the
United Synagogue of America pro-
vides assistance to each of its af-
Qliated synagogues so that Jew-
i-l) life, as a whole, may be fur-
thered.
During the past year, seven
youth conferences were called,
reaching well over 1,000 young
people, while adults participated
ir nine conferences, which reach-
ed 1,600 participants.
Thej National Jubilee Conven-
tion will be held in November,
)%3, at the Concord Hotel, N.Y.
We Need Men of Vision
Who Look to the Future
By RABBI ALLEN RUTCHIK
Director Southeast Region "
United Synagogue of America
The technician and the states-
man represent two distinct levels
of power and leadership in all
areas of national and internation-
al affairs. The latter projects
goals and charts directions, while
the former consolidates the gains
made and organizes the body poli-
tic to make future advances poss-
ible. Ahad Haam, the great Jew-
ish philosopher a'nd essayist, de-
scribes an analogous situation in
the life of the Jewish people in a
brilliant essay entitled "Priest and
Prophet."
The prophet was Hie uncom-
prising seeker of absolute jus-
tice. No half-measures would do;
practical considerations were of
. no consequence, only the final
goal mattered. The priest, who
handled the daily religious affairs
I of the people, was interested in
maintaining and strengthening the status quo. The two complemented
I one another; the prophet drove the people forward to higher levels of
morality, while the'priest consolidated the gain and helped the people
to make the new way of life a part of their very being.
We need now to- look beyond the myriad of details that make up
much of our synagogue work so that new avenues may be opened and
properly explored. We need to clarify our objectives in terms of the
total Jewish community and to establish a set of priorities so that we
may know what is most important, and what is less so.
We need men with vision who will look to the future from a frame-
work of Jewish knowledge and from a deep devotion to our people's
I needsmen who will be our prophets, able and ready to urge the com-
munity to higher levels of activity. In this task, the synagogue must
take a leading role, for it is here that prophets can be taught and
nurtured.
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. nurturing prophets
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By RABBI SAMUEL J. FOX
What is the derivation of the word
"Palm?"
Psalms is the name given to the
Hebrew Book of "Tehelim" or
"Tehiloth" (praise) which tradi-
tion ascribes to the authorship of
King David. The title "Psalms"
is derived from the Greek version
of the Book which bore the head]
ing "Psalmoi" or "Psalterion." In
\ classical Greek "Psalmos" is the
expression used to signify the
twanging of strings, or the musi-
cal sound produced by plucking
the strings of a stringed instru-
ment such as a harp. etc. It thus
came to represent the poems of
David indicating that they were
chanted or sung to the music of
stringed instruments.
*
What is the derivation of the title
"Rebbir"
This title, given to those who
are designated as spiritual lead-
ers of the Jewish Communities, is
derived from a Hebrew noun
"Rab." In Biblical Hebrew the
noun meant "great or distinguish-
ed"Thus "Rabbi" might be trans-
lated as "my great one" or "my
distinguished one." It might also
be associated with the meaning of
"much" or "more" indicating
that the individual so designated
had "much" or "more" learning.
In post-Bibhcal Hebrew the
term "Rab" came to mean "mas-
ter" (in contradistinction to
"slave") Thus the expression
"Rabbi" has often been translat-
ed literally as "my master." This
title was not known before the 1st
century of the Common Era. The
first to have been given this title
s claimed to be Rabbi Gamliel the
elder. This form of the title, "Rab-
ban," was given only to the head
it the Sanhedrin (i.e. "Our mas
ter.")
The title "Rabbi" (my master)
is said to have been first used by
the disciples of Rabbi Johanan ben
Zakkai. In general the title was
indicative of ordination enabling
its bearer to pass judgment, either
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Thw page is prepared in I
cooperation with the Spiritual I
Leaders of the Greater Miami I
Rabbinical Assn.
8.ABBI MAX A. LIPSCHITZ
Coordinator
Contributor:
RABBI SOLOMON SCHirP
Gems of Wisdom
n "...'.-iru.l ran m;i.
GEMS OF WISDOM
Clocl^u'ise moves the revolution
; of the Du'iiir flan which the .;
meases call Fortune. In its constant 1
flow among cities, nations and ;
countries, it overturn* existing ar-
rangentents, so that the w h o I e
r u'orld may become, as it teere, one s
city, and enjoy democracy.
PHILO.

Music evokes the spirit of proph- j
J ecy. NAHAM BRATZLAV. f
*
Who sings in this world u'lll
? sing also in the next.
SANHEDRIN. I
^uniiiijiaMiiiiiiww.'iwniiiixtfMiiiumLiiiuuiawiaiiaaw
originally as a member of the San-
hedrin, or later as a member of
an academy of learning or as a
spiritual leader of a community.

What is the origin of the term
"KehilUh?"
The expression comes from a
Biblical root meaning "to assem-
ble." It is the popular name giv-
en to the Jewish communities of
Lithuania, Poland and Russia
which enjoyed some form of au-
tonomous local government. Some
form of this type of community
was also known in Western
Europe in Medieval times. With
autonomy practically disappearing
in modern times, the term "Kehil-
I lah" remained as a general term
for the Jewish communityno
matter what form this social struc-
ture would take.
AGUDATH ISRAEL. 7801 Carlyle ave.
Orthodox. Rabbi Isaac Ever.
Friday G:4." p.m. Saturday 8:30 a.m.
Sermon: "The Policy of Mere Ven-
geance." Yiddish It-etiire r,:80 p.m.
'The Ethics of the Futliera."
BETH DAVID. 262T, SW 3rd ave. Con-
servative. Rabbi Norman N. Shapiro.
Cantor William W. Lipson.
Friday 8:15 p.m. Uucst speaker,
i'Milip Scii.er, attorney, of Jackson -
vllli (Saturday !> a.m. Manuel Lul.i I.
chairman of adult education, will
.speak on "The Weekly 1'ortion of the
Torah."
BETH EL. 500 SW 17th ave. Orthodox.
Rabbi Solomon Schiff.
Friday ::!0 p.m. Saturday 8:30 a.m.
Sermon: "Patha Of Holiness." Har
Mitzvah: Fred, son of .Mr. and tin,
Marcos Cohen.
BETH EMETH. 12250 NW 2nd ave.
Conservative. Rabbi Simon April.
Cantor Hyman Fine.
Friday 8:U p.m. Quoat speaker, Bar-
rett M. Rothenberjl", attorney. Topic: i
"The Lawn against Anti-Semitism."
Saturda) vl.". a.m. Bar Mltsvah:
Warren, ran of Mi and Mri Bernard
9 Bernard.
BETH ISRAEL. 400 Prairie ave. Or-
thodox. Rabby H. Louie Rottman.
BETH JACOB. 301-311 Washimjton
ave. Orthodox. Rabbi ibor Stern.
Cantor Maurice Matuchee.
Friday 8:SO p.m. Saturday fi 30 a.m. I
Sei.....n "The Brave Look Forward."
BETH KODESH 1101 SW 12th ave.
Modern Traditional. Rabbi Max
Shapiro. Cantor Fred Bernstein.
Friday 6:13 p.m. Saturday 8:43 a.m.
Sermon: "ivuth Create* Hollm
1:10 p.m. Discussion on "Ethics of
our ["lathers." Shaloa Seudoa 3:80
p.m. "Are you with Us?"
BETH RAPHAEL. 139 NW 3rd ave.
Orthodox. Julius Sapero. president.
Friday 6:60 p.m. Saturday 9 a.m.
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BETH TFILAH, 935 Euclid ave. Or-
thodox. Rabbi Joseph E. Rackoveky.
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BETH TORAH. 164th st. and NE 11th
ave. Conservative. Rabbi Max Lip-
chitz. Cantor Ben-Zion Kirschen-
baum.
Friday fi and R:M p.m. S.rnion: "Are
Teachers and Parent! Always Right?"
Baa MNrvali: Klaine, daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Itinta. Sat-
urday 8:45 a.m. Itar Mitzvah: Harry.
son of Mr. and Mrs. Mos.s Braun;
Ki. hard, son of Mr. and .Mrs. Mil-
ton J'atch.
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CORAL WAV JEWISH CENTER.
Conservative. 8755 SW 16th st., Mi-
ami. Rabbi Samuel ApHI. Cantor
Qershon Levin.
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DADE HEIGHTS JEWISH CONGRE-
GATION. 1401 NW 183rd st. Con-
servative. Rabbi Harold Richter
Cantor Emanuel Mandel.
Friday 8:13 p.m. Sermon: The Edu-
cation of the Jewish Girl." Baa
Mltsvah: Deborah, duushier of Mr.
and Mrs. Harold Simon.
FLAOLER QRANADA. 50 NW 51s't
pi. Conservative. Rabbi David Ros-
enfeld. Cantor George Goldberg..
I rlday 1:41 p.m. Saturday I m.
Sermon: "Portion of the Week." Bar
Mitzvah: Morris Saul, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Samuel Kessler. Mincha 6:45
p.m.
FT. LAUDERDALE EMANU-EL. 1801
E. Andrews ave. Reform. Rabbi
Richard M. Leviton.
Friday >:!" p.m. Sermon: "Some
Why'a and why Not'a." One* Shab-
bat hosts: Mr. and Mrs. Morrla
Klein, In honor of their anniversary.
ISRAELITE CENTER. 3175 SW 25th
St. Conservative. Rabbi Morton
Malavsky. Cantor Louis Cohen.
KYIday S:1S p.m. Saturday 8:10 a.m.
Har Mitzvah: Sheldon, son of Mr.
and Mrs. Sol Suskauer.
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HEBREW ACADEMY. 2400 Pinetree
dr. Orthodox. Rabbi Alexander S.
Gross.
KNESETH ISRAEL. 1415 Euclid av*.
Orthodox. Rabbi David Lehrfield.
Cantor Abraham Beif.
Friday :3."i p.m. Saturday 8:30 a.m.
Sermon: "Are we Holy or Holey?"
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minyonaireS. 3737 Bird rd. Mod-
ern Traditional.
OHEV SHALOM. 911 Normandy dr.
Orthodox. Rabbi Phineas Weber-
man.
SOUTHWEST CENTER. (438 SW 8th
at. Conservative. Rabbi Maurice
Klein.
FYlday 8:15 p.m. Sermon: 'The
Voice of Sisterhood." Mrs. Nathan
I.urle, outgoing- president of Sister-
hood, will host the. Oneg Shabbut.
TEMPLE ADATH YESHURUN 1025
NE 183rd St.. Miami Gardens rd.
Rabbi Jonah E. Caplan. Cantor
Morris Berger.
FYlday 8:13 p.m. Sermon: "The Body
and the Mind, Their Interdepend-
ence." Saturday S a.m. Itar Mitz-
vah: Min si.n of Mr and Mia. Ray-
mond -Naill. r. Mincha :3t) p.m.
TEMPLE BETH AM. 5950 N. Kendall
dr.. So. Miami. Reform. Rabbi
Herbert Baumgard. Cantor Charles
Kodner.
Friday 7:30 p.m. Bermon: "The l>if-
flciiltles of helm.' a Mother." Hpec-
lal tribute to mothers In the Congre-
gation. Saturday 11:11 a.m. Bar
Mltsvah: Steven, son ,,r Mr. and Mrs
Louis l'iilk; Alan. BOD of Mr. and
M M.iin !.-. 11|..\ Hz.
TEMPLE BETH EL OF HOLLY.
WOOD. 135t S. 14 ave. Reform.
Rabbi Samuel Jaffa.
I rlday S:13 a.m. Sermon: "Prof.
Hannah Arendt and IStchmann." Sat-
urday 11 a.m. Har Mitzvah: Mich-
ael Gary, '>n of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph
Zall.
TEMPLE BETH SHIRAH. Suniland
Hall. 11539 So. Dixie hwy. Recon-
structionist. Rabbi Morris Skop.
Cantor Herman Gottlieb.
TEMPLE BETH SHOLEM of Holly-
wood. 1725 Monroe st. Conservative
Rabbi Samuel Mendelowitz. Can-
tor Ernest Steiner.
FYlday 8:30 p.m. Sermon: "Warsaw
QhettO, 10 Years After." Saturday
9 a.m. Mincha Bar Mitzvah 3:30
p.m. ll.u ry Rubin.
TEMPLE.BETH SHOLOM. 4144 Chase
ave. Liberal. Rabbi Leon Kronish.
Cantor David Conviaer.
Friday si", p.m. Sermon: "No Par-
allel for the Pope's Paper on Peace,
Saturday 10:45 a.m. Has Mitzvah:
Rochelle. daughter of Mr. and Mrs
tbram Baker: Vivian, daughter of
Mr. ami Mrs. David bhellst.
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TEMPLE BNAI SHOLOM. 16800 NW
22 ave. Conservative. Rabbi S.
M. Machtei.
Friday 8 30 p m Sermon: "Pri
Vttlre." Oneg Shabbat hoot: Bleter-
i>.....i. served bj Maj Circle.
TEMPLE EM'NU-EL. 1701 Washing-
ton ave. Conservative. Rabbi Irving
Lehrmae Cantor Hirsh Adler.
FYlday 1:30 pin Saturday (' am.
rial Mltsvah: Miles, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Seymour Gopman; Ted, son of
Mi -. Bernard W< Inatock.
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TEMPLE ISRAEL. 137 NS 19th St.
Reform. Rabbi Joseph R. Narot.
Cantor Jacob Bornstein.
Friday 5:i" p.m. Bermon: "Who. in
Judaism, Decides what is Right and
what is Wrung?"
TEMPLE JUDEA. 320 Palermo ave.
Liberal Reform. Rabbi Mordecal
Podet. Cantor H. Richard Brown.
Friday 1:15 p.m. Sermon: "Is the
Law a Light?" Saturday 10:30 a.m.
Baa Mitzvah: Karen l.ynn, daughter
of Dr. and Mrs. I "man Zinner.
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TEMPLE MENORAH. 620 75th St.
Conservative. Rabbi Mayer Abram-
owltz. Cantor Edward Klein.
FYlday 8:1". p.m. sermon: "Learn to
Count." lias Mitzvah: Joy. daugfc-
tei of Mr. and Mrs. Harold (Ireen-
lierg- Saturday !' a.m. Sermon:
"Portion of the Law." liar Mlts-
vah: Steven, son of Dr. and Mrs.
Jack Cantor.
TEMPLE NER TAMID. 80th St. and
Tatum Waterway. Modern Tradi-
tional. Rabbi Eugene Labovitz.
Cantor Saul H. Breeh.
Friday 1:10 p.m. 1-ouis Cohen will
be presented with the "Man of the
Year" award: Mrs. Fannie Sklar will
receive the "Woman of the Year"
award. Saturday vt."> a.m. Har Mitz-
vah Scott, son of Mr. and Mrs. Jack
S. I'.enrube.
TEMPLE SINAI OF NORTH MIAMI.
12100 NE 15th ave. Reform. Rab-
bi Daniel M. Lowy
FYlday 1:18 p.m. Rnhhl Ixiwy will
review "The Slave" by liathshevla
Sinew.
TEMPLE TIFERETH JACOB. 951
Flamingo Way. Conservative. Rabbi
Hyman Gross. Cantor Jack Lerner.
Klein.
FYlda) 1:15 p.m. Saturday 9 a.m.
TEMPLE ZAMORA. 44 Zamora sve.
Rabbi Herschel Brooks. Cantor Ben
Dickson.
Friday 1:15 p.m. Sermon: "Ben-Zvi
- The I..iss of a Oreat Leader of a
CJreat People." Saturday 1:45 a.m.
Sermon: "What Can be Holy?"
TEMPLE ZION. 5720 SW 17th St.
Conservative. Rabbi Alfred Wax-
man. Cantor Seymour Hinkes.
lYiday 1:10 p.m. Sermon: "The
Meaning of Holiness."
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TIFERETH ISRAEL. 6500 N. Miami
ave. Conservative. Rabbi Henry ,
Wernick. Cantor Albert Glantz.
Friday 8:30 p.m. Sermon: "Whisp-
ers." (Inez Shabbat host: Sister-
hood. Saturday 9 a.m. Sermon:
"The Portion of the Week."
VCHUOAH MOSHE. 13630 W. Dixie
hwy. Conservative. Rabbi Morton
Shalowitz. Cantor Maurice Nsu.
Frldav 8:13 p.m. Saturday 9 a.m.
Har Mitzvah: Richard, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Harry Lies.
YOUNG ISRAEL. 990 NE 171 st.
Orthodox. Rabbi Sherwin Stauber.
i FYlday 6:30 p.m. Saturday 8 a.m.
, Sermon: "A Holy Nation." Mincha
I 6:30 p.m.
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'TEMPLE B-NAI ABRAHAM. 387
NE 167th St. Rabbi Nathan H.
Zwitman.
FYlday 8:30 p.m. Sermon: "The
Moslac Law of JusticeNot. Ven-
geance." Oneg Shabbat hosted by
Sisterhood. Saturday 9 a.m.
C U.NDIELIGHTING TIME
9 Ivor 6:35 p.m.


Pag* 14-A
Fridcy May 1 1363
fM Iffa: ty HUABY MIHPUN
Hebrew Textbook Offers Structural Understanding
A TEXTBOOK OF ISKAELJ HftftftEW
of
An. SlftJft
1 R
575ft
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L'BIICLUtT of
Allfc* ft. frOSCN is leetarer is
Bgumtses at the
and ai
of Heart* nngaratics ffis new. rather
it designed to do what no other textbook of
that k*od has vet dene: to enable the student to read, write
i apeak moderately dxfficwh aacaefc Baftrew^and also
grammars of Classical Hebrew atma*y iftuore modesa
grammar, whale Conversational Hebrew grammar; do aot
poet oat the 4if" m the usage of Bibhra: Irnbraw.
Mr. Roacai ilhaat proiaan a htftonral perspec-
tive through aaazpsas of tat eaisaaoal hagungr wnuesj-s
do tats, the author has
It DAW SCMWAtTZ
6reat Adventure of Learning, to Speak Hebrew
JOHM ft.
Watson, otf *
fame, mam-'
care far neurosis wasf1
another language III
a mental rut. and a
PPtOFESSOK
behavionst
ta-aed that a coat
! learaang of
lakes too oat of
neurosis is a kmd of rat.
ruare is a new person
The need to speak Hebrew adds s*
the spice of the great adventure of go
inf. to Israel Just to sit in an Israel
aad order breakfast in Hebrew Dec

foreign News Letler By JOSHUA JUST MAX
Fete for Israel Press
ISRAELS PRESS '.:-
anniversary. an aaaiier-
sary which quite obvious-
ly goes beyong marking
the day when the first
Hebrew newspaper was
aahfasbed in the Holy
Lane It also marks the
dsy whea the revival of
the Hebrew language be-
gan taking root alongside
the revival of Jewish life
in the ancient homeland.
Both were headed for a long, hat/1 and successful
struggle.
It was one morning in 1K3 that placards ap-
peared on the waBs of Jerusalem heralding the pub-
lication of Palestine's first Hebrew newspaper
The Lebanon. The masthead of the new paper was
carried in three languagesHebrew. Arabic and
Latin. Below it ran a legend in arresting black
type which rivaled the scope if not the terseness of
Ereseni-day journalistic slogans. It read: "Herald-
ing the peace of Jerusalem, giving the news of the
Holy Land in general, reporting the unknown from
the lands of Syria. Yemen and India and the teach-
ings of those sitting before Cod in the Holy Land
everything that a man of Israel is desirous of
knowing. "
Evidently, the Turkish authorities had differ-
ent ideas on a bat a man of Israel should know for.
after only 12 issues, they forced The Lebanon to
close. Undeterred, one of its editorsRabbi
Yechiel Brulmoved to Pans where he continued
to bring out the paper for 14 years.
Simultaneously, the fight for a Hebrew press
in Jerusalem went on. One year after The
closed. Yoel Moshe Salomon, another of the
group of editors, brought out a magazine. Judea
and Jerusalem, and a: the same time a second
newspaper. Havatzelet, was published by L F.
FruaakuL
Obstacles from the Turkish administration con-
stantly had to he overcome But many other prob-
lems arose, not the least of which was the opposi-
tion of the old Jewish community in J<
to whom Hebrew was a sacred trmanr which
be used only far studying the Hohj Senptares. The
opposition and obstacles that came from these
Quarters acre at times mor- tiffi<^a. to
than those emanating from outside the
The problems were mintaid. among them the
problem of creating a language m which the sews
of the times could be reported. There was the
need to coin new words, new phrases, in a
cf bringing the Hebrew language to life.
An outstanding pioneer in this em
Sbezer Ben Yehuda, who for over 33 years
ed a variety of newspapers and magazines. As
the Turks shot down his papers, he would change
their names and reappear. Once he was wnirn to a year's imprisonment. Another time his papers
were "excommunicated" by extreme reLgious ele-
ments. It m Ben Yehuda who first' brought out
a dairy Hebrew newspaper in PalestineHarvi.
He was also the first to pabash a technical journal.
"The Jewish Farmer." and he was the first to in-
troduce cable service to the Hebrew press in 14M.
Sometimes, publication was impeded by diffi-
culties of another sort.
thmg of an adventure. The earn Oakes taste a little
deferent then.
II has its ""g side. too. A door becomes a post
office. The Hebrew word "donr means post; a shave
ooesnt mean to remove your beard, but to sit dowr ft
team isal aarTtiifir. to eat. bat a dictionary It"s spell-
c: a liule differently. "Milon."
The iMfi* of acquiring the language afford one
the perennial sources of amusement. I asked, in Hebrew.
a man in Tel Aviv for direeooc? to an address. He
looked puzzled, turned to his companion and said in per-
Jack, do you know what this jay wants?"
I tried mv Hebrew on one shop lady, an impatient
Yiddish mama, and she blurted *-*"
The German Jews were coming in considerable numbers
at the time, "and they were gomz about the acquisition
of the new tongue with their typical thoroughness.
V the beaefc. a German Jew with his so*
*aid*tbe bov -Don't an Vater Say Abba said we
fa:!* e. said the boy. Dont sa;.
Bevaka.-aa". said the father.
A man nearby listened in and remarked to the father
in Hebrew that be was gomg about the right way -n
teaching Ins son Hebrew.
-Excuse me said the German Jew, "but I don't
understand Hebrew.*"
A German Jewish dentist said be had no trouble
with his patients for. afur alL "we Germans speak a
kind of spoiled Yiddish ."
Jews come from Poland and Iraq, from Germany and
Hindustan, hat somehow they comaautacate with one an-
other.
I was sitting in a persion. wailing for the
Near by sat an Oriental Jew. Soon a man who had the
deiimle Teutonic look came in aad took his neat next
to the Oriental Jew. What could the Oriental Jew say
to the German Jew. or rather how coi^d he say ::* He
found a way He suddenly exclaimed turning to the Ger-
man Jew. "Hitler Yimacfa Shmo!" iMay bis name be
erased.) The German Jew smiled He understood.
Host Jews know what the Hebrew- crse Y:mach
Shmo" means. In our curses, our agonies, our joys, our
ecstacsos. all Jews for the most part have always spoken
Hebrew Consider such words as tsens." meaning
troubles: -Simeha." meaning joy: -brogar" meaning
anger; "ill ilaai meaning peace: "maze! lev." mean-
ing food hack. In all the things that touch us deeply.
Ae have through the aes spoken Hebrew.
A great number of professional men. especially doc-
tors, were coming at the time of The great German uave.
It is said a telegram was sent: "Don't send any mare
ooctors. Send patients."
Hitler bad just come to power. World War H was
s-.nl a good way off. hut H. G. Wells foresaw war com-
ing about in aa odd way. He saad the war would be
caused by a aeati*i outfitting a Jew with some bad den-
tures which would cause htm to grmaace A Nazi, seeing
this, would think the Jew was making faces at him and
wean shoot. Thas would start a local altercation, and
Lnafty a world war.
War came of coarse for a daffaront reasonHitler
tr-ed to chew up the rest of the world.
fooftvWMt:
of modern methodology. The student is. first of sj, trail
ed from the beginning to read unvocahzed. or unp:.-.t.4.
script by being provided with -reading clues" wch as
word and phrase patterns, and spelling and sound n.i
The book, divided into sections which can be v*^rkcd
in aa naihiair rear, is organized with precision. 3y the
ajaafc for instance, the student's vocabulary should in-
cjade about half of the 1.000 most fundamental earnests
of the Hefcrcw language, and all of the 300 moat fun-In
irrrirl parts of a Hebrew vocabulary. Even in lb? aarli-
eat lessons, the material is not the usual "prame de ma
ante" kmd of phraseology; both Hebrew narrate and
translation exercises are natural and unstitted. Th-re are
iaamftnil lesson glossaries, and for each word in the
I imlwnsnf word-index in the back, a reference to the
section and paragraph where it appeared is given.
Ths textbook offers to the teacher or s*rf-t=iching
student at high school level or beyond far mer than
simpje facility in Hebrew^ It presents a structural under-
standing of the language and the kind of scholarship which
years of study might not otherwise give.
Our Film folk:
By HERBERT G. IUFT
Herschel Bernard.
H
BqO
ERSCHEL BERNARDI,
theatrical c
6 year-old infant on the Y.!
.e cf Philadelphia to
to promi- Lt Jacoby r
television series of Peter
talked with us on the lus*.
La ix>uce set at Samuel Goldwyn Studios, where he
Pleteed the assignment as slightly larcenou- In-
spector LeFevre in Billy Wilder s movie varaiai of
the French musical farce which, according to the
director, shows we shouldn't outlaw love but rather
war.
Recipient of the State of Israel Bond Award in
1*C as Distinguished Artist of the Year.' Her-
schel tells me that he had a most gratifying e*per-
;e appearing last month before 00 inmates of
the California Men's Correctional Institute, i: the
title role of a local stage production of "Death of
a Salesman. a performance which was madly ap-
plauded by the men who didn"t buy their evening
-eater with a ticket but their overflowing heart
The Freeway Circuit beaded by actors Corey Allen
(Alan Conn' and John Shaner also presented two
pant* ago the West Coast F"*mre of "Only in
America." in which Herschel Bernardi portrayed
Harry Golden, a personality be resembles f
cally. though he is much younger.
Mr. Bernardi. who appears for many Jnauh
causes and is a staunch supporter of both the
American Jewish Congress and the ADL. deplores
lew comedy and night club jokes depicting Yiddish
characters as cheap and thrifty. His dignified
portray el of Lt. Jacoby established an acting m'xle
for detective roles that has remained the tele-
vision standard to date. His characterization won
him the co-eied Emmy Award in 1960 as "Best
Supporting Actor. Prior to this role, he had ap-
peared as parole officer in the TV series "VaHtf
Wincheli File."'
Herschel s Bernardi's professional success L- the
result of many years of hard work Born in New-
York the son of Bernard and Helen Bernardi. he
made his debut being carried on the stage in his
mother s arms. His first actual recollection of the
theatre was a walk-on at the npe old age of three.
One of Hollywood's most sought-after "special
guest stars. Herschel Bernardi has appeared m
Mrtually every dramatic TV show, including 'Dr.
Kildare." "Sam Benedict," "Tae Untouchable--."
Naked City." -Bonanza," "Eleventh Hour" and
"Ben Casey."
By BOWS SMOUK
Viewpoint of Protestant Textbooks Changes
JUHAT DO SUMOAY School lesson* inl
^ American Protestant schools aetual-l
]j teach about Jews? Is it passable that!
they are a hraar'iag ground for pre;u-|
dace? These questions are answered m|
r*BJth and Prejudice, a book by Dr.
Bernard E. Olson, who conducted al
seven-year study of Tnaiai Caarrftl
school materials. Over the seven years.|
lesson units from religious school curricula of aU major
Protestant >aaminitisai.
He reveals that the number of negative references
to Jews m Protestant Sunday School texts has dediaed
considerably m the last few years. With few exceptions,
he says. Jews are avore advaatageously arc waUil by Pro-
educators than are Catholics. This dees not
that all Protestant iaranmmatiar present Jews
and Judaism in a favorable light The leseaes of many
conservative Fuadaaaentahst groups that refer to Jews
are rated by Dr. Olson as generally negative.
Dr. Olson, who conducted his study at the Yale L'nj-
versaty Divinity School, found that Protestant churcli
editors have become increasingly concerned about th
images of the Jews they are presenting. Now toosl ol
them ponst out clearly that prejudice against other radical
aad religious groups violates an essential doctrine of tb*
Christian faith. Dr. Olson's findings demonstriu^ tiw
it is possible to deal frankly with the issues of confix
between religious groups and still present a positive
image of others. His study is one of three independent
studies of religious education materials which the Amer-
ican Jewish Committee has helped to initiate.
A survey of Catholic textbooks has been undertaken
at St. Louis University, and a Jewish self-study Is being
conducted at the Dropsie College The two UJ*e5
are seeking to establish how outside religious jifoups
are portrayed in Catholic and Jewish textbooks F-"n
and Prejudice." containing Dr. Olson s findings docu-
mented by statistical evidence, has been publ
Yale ;ty.
I
J


Fridtry. May 3. 1963
+,Je*istibrf(U2tn
LEGAL NOTICE
Page 15-A
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW .^
notice is hereby given vtn.-g
i.. underrigned. desiring to enJSngeTri
i..i-nu'tui under the fictitious name of
i:\Kll-NJ PRODUCTS, ajt 221". Went
fit Avt!., Hlnleah. Florida. Intend In
i.gistcr ;.id iinnir with the Clerk of
I he Circuit Court of Dade County.
I i..i-id.i.
JUANITA JOHNSON
FRANCES KRAMKR
NEIL. OHONIN
Utorneys for Junnila Johniion
and Ft ar .-. Kramer
4/12, 19, 26. 5/3
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
IIih under-Igncd. desiring to engage In
ln-iiH'W under the fictitious name of
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,1,, sri. Coral Cabled. Florida, in-
i.nd to register said name with the
Cl. rk of the Circuit Court of Dado
cunty. Florida.
JULIAN WEINKLK
MYKRS, HEfMAN, KAl'LAN
d CAT.-'MAN
Attorneys for Julian Weinkle
4/12-19-26. 5/3
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA. IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY,
No. 63C 3775
T s. gLEASon. .lit.. as.A.lmlnlstrn-
>i of V' trrans Affairs, an Officer of
111* United States of America, und
hlK su.-eessors in Mich office, and his
.i their assigns,
Plaintiff,
VS.
H VROIJ* M. FRAPER, et uj, et al.
Defendants.
NOTICE OF SUIT
To. IIAROIJ) M. ERASER and
HA>RKX('K M. FltASKR
110 -6th Sir.. 1
Cambridge, Massaclmsotta
YOU ARK HEREBY NliTIHKP that
It suit has been brought against you
l>> .). S. GLEASON, JR., as Admlnls-
or of Veterans Affairs, an Officer
the United States Of America, anil
i I- guaoesaors in such office, and his
. r their assigns, to foreclose a mort-
gage encumbering the following d.-s-
l ilu.d art'iierty, to-wlt:
l...t If., Hiock 1, of CUTLER RIDGE.
SECTION TURKIC, according to tlie
I int thereof, recorded in Mat Hook
fi". at peg* S."., of the public records
of I>ad>- County, Florida;
"I you are required to file your an-
-...-r wit'i the Clerk of the circuit
Curt of lhtdc County Florida, at the
Ci.iirUu.u- in .Miami, Florida, on or
l.efore May IS, IMS, and to serve, a
copy of such, answer upon MYERS,
HHIMAN. KAPLAN & OATSMAN,
I'luintiif -. attorneys, whose address Is
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the complaint will be taken as con-
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the relief demanded In the complaint.
DATED tins iiil, day of April. 1963.
i: B. LEATHERMAN, Clerk ..r the
Circuit Court, Dade County, Florida
I il) By: c P. ( IRELAND
l leputy Clerk
My era, Helmao, Kaplan .v Catsman
Eleven- Fifty Rulldlng
l s u Kind Street '
Miami Florida
4 I2-1S-26, a
vWMU
BY HENRY IE0NARD
LEGAL NOTICE
n
'Max, why don't you stop worrying about our
Jewish People and their problems, and begin
to think about yourself for a change."
Cop'. 1949, Dsytnu fr*duci.M
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
! FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
IN CHANCERY
No. 63C 4279 (Cullen)
BOYD K. HICKMAN,
Plaintiff,
-V8-
JESSIK MARLENK HICKMAN,
Defendant.
NOTICE OF SUIT FOR DIVORCE
TO; JESSIE MARLBNE HICKMAN
Defendant
1457 Venetian Drive, S.W.
Atlanta. Georgia --
YOU. JKSSIK MAItbENK HICK-
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the original Answer or Pleading In
the office of the Clerk of the Cir-
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of May. 1st'.::. If you fall to do so,
Judgment by default will be taken
against you for the relief demanded
in the Bill of Complaint.
DONE AND ORDERED at Miami.
Florida, this 24th day of April, AD.
1963.
E. K. LEATHERMAN
Clerk. Circuit Court
Miami. Dade County. Florida
By: C. P. coPELAND
Deputy Clerk
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Attorney! for Btacayne Medical
Laboratories, Inc.
rt"7 Ainsi.y Did.. Miami. Ma.
I K, ". 3. 10. 17
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE -
No. 5*2440
IN RK: Kstate of
MAE DANNA
1., cased.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All l'ersons liav-
agi;::ran"Jof,Th7Kabov!e,,Un,am^ *" ""^^ *"'""' **"
.'.......,,,. .. i,. ..,-.. a... ..... a r.si.iic. ....
def.'iMiants who are deceased
You, are hereby notified that the
.U.vo cuptloned action has been In-
titated against you In the Circuit
c.nirt <'. the Eleventh Judicial Cn-
nit Of F.orida in and for Dade Coun-
ts W foreclooe a mortgage upon the
t .llowir.fc- descril.eil real porperty:
l^.t IS, uioek 4. DIXIE ESTATES
1 UtST ADDITION, as recorded in
I'lat Rook 3, Page 3n of the rub-
In- Records of Dade County. Flor-
ida, together with Hotpoint
Itance Model Itll 67. Ib.tpolnt lte-
frhrarator Model ER11, Hotpoint
Washei Model I.II 11.
You aro re<|tilred to file your an-
swer to plaintiff's complaint with the
'(.rk of the aforesaid Court, and
' ve a copy thereof upon plaintiff's
attorney
MARTIN FINE
14th Floor Dade Federal BUlff.
Miami 32. Florida
r"t lat.r than May C. lt!3 or a IV-
rree Pro Coeteaao will be entered
galnat you.
Datod: April fi. 18*3.
E 1! LKATHintMAN
Cl.-rk of the Circuit Court
By C. L. ALEXANDER
Deputy Clerk
^ \RTIN FINK
Attorney for Plaintiff
l-th Floor Undo Federal Bldg.
M'ami 32. Florida
4/12-19-26. S/S
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
Notice IS HEREBY GIVEN that
[he undersigned, desiring to engage
i buainea* under the fictitious name
": MEDIA ASSOCIATKS at MM HIs-
,:,v"" Boulevard, Miami. Horida. in-
' uds to register aald name with the
ik of the Circuit Court of Dade
' "untj Florida.
i iiscavni: MEDICAL
' R TORIES, INC.
- i- yd Rotbenberc, President
R B. Bhouaer, Becretan
/. 811 \ 1:1; 1 SCHER
1 foi r. ,yne Medical
You nre hereby notified and re-
quired to present any claims and de-
mands which you may have against
the estate of MAE DANNA dapeaaod
late of Ihide County. Florida, to the
County Judges of Dade County, and
file the same in duplicate and as pro-
vided in Section 733.16, Florida Stat-
utes, In their offices in the County
Courthouse In Hade County, Florida,
within six calendar months from the
lime of the first publication hereof,
or the same will be barred.
Dated at Miami, Florida, this 12th
day oi April. A.D. 1963.
MARIE DANNA
As Executrix
First publication of this notice on
the lMh day of April. 1963.
Kl'RT WKI.I.ISC1I
Attorney for Kstate of Mae Dstnna,
Deceased
HIS Congress I'.hlg Miami, Fla.
4/19-26. 5/3-10
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY,
No. 63C 2953
I HA LKRN'RR,
Plaintiff.
vs.
IRVING LBRNER,
Defendant.
NOTICE TO DEFEND
TO: IRVING I,KRNER
lot Wellington Hill St.
Mattapan 26, Maasachusetts
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED that
a bill of complaint has been filod
against you and you
erre a copy of your
defensive pleadings
plaintiff's attorney,
WOLF. 944 Seybold
32. Florida, and file the
thereof in the Office of th
are required to
answer or other
thereto upon
RAY.MONO J.
Kidding. Miami
original
Clerk of
the Clrlult Court on or before the
*t>th day of May. 1963. or a dcrree
pro ...in.: -o will be entered against
\ on.
DATED, this 16th day of April. 1963.
B. B. LEATHERMAN, Clerk,
Circuit Court. Hade County, Florida
(seal) C. P. COPELAND,
D.-putv Clerk
"4/19-26. ." 3-10
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
No. 59093-B
IN RE: Estate of
CATHERINE A HEADLEY
Deceased.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All Personi Hav-
in-i claims or Demands Againil Bald
Estate:
You are hereby notified and ro-
quired t.. present any claims ami de-
mands which you mav have naainat
the estate ..f CATHERINE A. HEAD-
LEY deceased late of Dade County,
Florida, to the County Judges of Dade
County, and file the sain.- in duplicate
and aa provided in Section 7Sl.it,
Florida Statutes. In their offloea In
the County Courthouse in Dade Coun-
ty, Florida, within six calendar
months from the' time of the first
publication hereof, or the same will
be barred.
Dated at Miami. Florida, this 21st
day of March, A.D. 1963.
HARRIETT DIXON
As Administratrix
GEORGE NICHOLAS
Attorney for Administratrix
61i N.W. 15th Ave.. Miami. Fla.
4/19-26. .V3-10
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY,
No. 63C 276
IN I >EAN ANDREWS,
Plaintiff,
Vs
JOSEPH II. HENNENPENT and
MATTHEW K. DICIACCO,
Defendants.
TO: JOSEPH B. HENNENFENT
22'.3 Herdon Street
Woodland Hills. California
You, JOSEPH It. HENNENFENT,
are hereby notified that a Hill of Com-
plaint has boon filed against you. and
you are required t.. serve a ropy of
your Answer or Pleading to the Bill
of Complaint on the Plaintiff's attor-
ney. MONROE DIXON. I7M Coral
Way, Miami. Florida and file Un-
original Answer or Pleading in the
office. <>f the cierk of th.- Circuit
Court on or before the 27th dav of
May. 1963. If you fall to do so. judg-
ment by default will be taken against
yon for the relief demanded In the
Hill of Complaint.
This notice shall be published one-
each week for four consecutive weeks
in THE JEWISH FLORID-IAN.
DONE AND ORDERED at Miami.
Florida, this 22nd dav of April, A.D.
1963.
E. P.. I.KATHKRMAN. Clerk.
Circuit Court. Dade County. Florida
(seal) By: K. M I.YMAN.
Deputy Clerk
MONROE DIXON
1790 Coral Way. Miami. Fla.
Attorney for Plaintiff
4 26. .'.'3. If. 17
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURTOE THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY.
No 63C 4366
EVEDYN WEINER,
Plaintiff,
TO: LOl'lS WEINKK. J'
iHf.-ndant. I
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
TO: LOUIS WE1NEK
c/o General Delivery
New York City. New York
You, LOCIS WEINER. are hereby
notified that a Kill of Complaint fol
Divorce has beB filed against you.
and vira are required to serve a copy
of v.Kii- Answer Or Pleading to the
Kill of Complaint on the Plaintiffs
attornay, BOL ALEXANDER, One
Lincoln Road Kuiiding. Miami Beach.
Florida, and file the original Answ. i
or Pleading in the office of the Clerk
of the Circuit Court on or before th.
88th dav of .May. IMS. If you full to
do so. Judgment by default will be
taken against you for the relief de-
manded in the Mill of Complaint.
This notice shall be pubUahed once
.-a. M week for lour oonsecutlve weeks
In THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN.
DONE AND ORDERED at Miami.
Florida, this 23id da) of April, AD
1963.
E, i: LEATHERMAN, Clerk,
Circuit Court. Dade County. Florida
(goal) By: L SNEBDEN,
Deputy clerk
5/1, 1". 17. 24
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage
in business under the fictitious name
of INSTANT AUTOMOH1LB I.IAKIL-1
ITY INSURANCE at 1727 N.W. 7th
Street, Miami, Ha., Intends to regis-
ter said name with the Clerk of the
Circuit Court of Dade County. Flor-
ida.
ATKISSON A- COLE INSURANCE
AGENCY, INC
4 fit, r./j. in. 17
. Inc.
I
Ml .mi.
I M.
Fla
l". V
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
No. 59155-A
In RE: Estate of
JOHN MILTON DIMM.
I >. eased.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
ing; Claims or Demands Against Said
You are hereby notified and reciuir-
ed to pies, in any claims and d.-niands
which you may have against the
state of JOHN MILTON DIMM de-
n-.iM.-il late of Dado l^'unty. Florida,
to the County Judges ol Dade Coun-
ts, and file Hie same In duplicate and
us provided in Section JM.18, 1-l;.i Ida
Statutes, in their offices In the t nun-
ij Courthouse la Dad.- County. Flor-
ida, within m^ calendar months from
the time of the first publication her.-
f, the same will be barred.
Dated at Miami, Florida, this 4tn
da) of April. \ p 1968
MILTON A FRIEDMAN
As Executor
MILTON \ FRIRDMAN
in'sley Uu Siin>.rM
notice under
fictitious Name law
NOTICE IS 1IEREKY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage
in business under the fictitious name
of BRANDKIS INVESTORS at 1150
S.W. 1st Street, Miami. Florida, in-
tend to register said name with the
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
County. Florida.
STANLEY C. MYERS
LOCIS HETMAN
LEON KAPLAN
4/26. 5'3. in. 17
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage
In business under the fictitious neme
of Mrs. M. at Dade County. Florida,
intends to register said name with
the Clerk of the Circuit Court of
Dad.- County, Florida.
SEABOARD GENERAL CORP.
(a Delaware Corporation)
Sole owner
4/2, :. 3. in. 17.
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIOA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY,
No 63C 3369
MARJORIK I. MASoN.
Plaint If I
R< 'BERT II MASON,
I i.-f.-ndant.
AMENDED SUIT FOR DIVORCE
T< >: ROBERT II MASON
You, ROBERT II MASON, are here-
by notfled that BUI of Complaint for
Divorce has been filed against you.
and you are required to s.-r\.- a copy
of your Answer or Pleaditm to the
Kill of Complaint on the Plaintiffs
attorney, nkai. J, Di'NN. r.n Ansley
Building, Miami. Florida and fib- tin-
original Answer or Pleading in the
office of the Clerk of the Circuit
Court on or li.-Iore the 27th day of
May. IMS. If you fall to do so. Judg-
ment by default will be taken against
you for the relief demanded in the
Bill of Complaint.
This notice shall lie published once
each week for four consecutive weeks
In THE JEWISH F1-OKID1AN.
DONE AND ORDERED at Miami.
Florida, this 23rd day of April. A.D.
1963.
E. B. LEATHERMAN. Clerk.
Circuit Court, Dade County, Florida
(seal) By: K. M. I.YMAN,
Deputy Clerk
NKAI, J. DI'NN
.'.14 Alnsley Kuiiding
Miami. Florida
Attorney for Plaintiff
4/56. B/J, in. 17
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY.
No. 63C 4351
HELEN ELIZABETH POINTER,
Plaintiff,
HUBERT I.. POINTER.
Defendant.
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
TO: Hl'P.ERT L. POINTER
Address I'nknou n
Yon. lll'KERT L. POINTER, are
| hereby notified that a KIM of Com
plaint for Divorce has been filed
against you, and you are required to
serve a cops of your Answer or
Pleading to the Bill of Complaint on
the Plaintiffs attorney, Angelo A All.
ISO Ainaley Bids-., Miami ..'. Florida
ami fib- the original Answei or Plead-
ing in the office of the Clerk of Uu
Circuit Court on oi before the 27th
day ol May, l3 If you fail to do
so. judgment bs default will be takfrn
. relief d< mantled
in Ho Bill -'I Complaint.
Tin- notice shall be publish! a -
each week for foui consecutive wei
in THE JEWISH I LORIDIAN
DONE AND ORDERED at Miami.
Florida, this 23i d da\ of April. A D.
1963.
K. K. LEATHERMAN. Clerk,
Circuit Court. Dade County. Florida
Deputy clerk
(SOdl) By: C. P. COPELAND
ANQELO A. AL!
Ill" Alnsley Bids.. Miami 32. Fla.
Attorney for Plaintiff
4 26. a S-10-17
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring t" engage.
in buslneaa under the fictitious name
of Mr M at Dade Cunt.. Florida.
intends to register said name with
il,,. clerk ..i Fha circuit Court 01
Dade County. Florida
SEABOARD QENER M. C< >RP.
(., |., lav ..i Col poi fttlon i
Sole .-\\ n.r
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY,
No. 62C 10844
LOTTIE FEIWil'SON.
Plaintiff.
NT".
CLADH'S FERGUSON,
Defendant.
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
TO: CI.ADIl S FERGUSON
Residence unknown
You. CLADH'S FERGUSON, are
hereby notified that a Bill of Com-
plaint for Divorce has been filed
against you. and you are required to
larva a copy of your Answer or
Pleading to the Rill of Complaint on
the pluln tiff's Attorney. LAW OF
FICES OF I STANLEY LEVIN B.
900 Southwest Second Avenue. Miami
36. Florida (FR 1-1 RSI) and file the
original Answer or Pleading In the
office of the Clerk of the Circuit Court
on or before the 27th day of May.
1963. If you fall to do so, Judgment
by default will he taken against you
for the relief .1.-man.led in the Bill of
Complaint.
This notice shall be published once
each week for four consecutive weeks
in THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN.
DONE AND ORDERED at Miami,
Florida, this Hull day of April. A.D.
IMS.
ED, B LEATHERMAN, Clerk,
Circuit Court, Dad.- County, Florida
Is. all Bj : l< M. I.V.MAN.
Deputj cl.rk
I..... .in. ..f I St.mli > I.. in.-
MO Southwest Second Avenue
Miami 16 Fli Ids c FR 1-1681 I
Attorn. '" Intlff
Bj L} le l' I... I., in..in
, l .'',. 5, S-10-17
NOTICE OF SUIT
or
ORDER OF PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY.
No. C3C 4028
MAX LEWIS.
Plaintiff,
vs.
BELLE LEWIS,
Defendant.
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
TO: BELLE LEWIS
461 Patten Avenue
Long Branch. New Jersey
You are hereby notified that a Bill
of Complaint for Divorce has be) It
fil.-.l against you. and you are re-
quired to serv. a copy of your An-
swer or Pleading to the Kill of Com-
plaint on the Plaintiff's Attorney.
ALVIN GOODMAN, M6 Seybold
Kuiiding. Miami 32. Florida and file
the original Answer or Pleading in
the office of the Clerk of the Circuit
Court on or before the 2wh day of
May. U>8. If you fall to do so. Judg-
ment by default will lie taken against
vim for tile relief demanded in the
Kill of Complaint.
This notice shall be published once
each week for four consecutive wi MM
in THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
DONE AND ORDERED at Miami.
Florida, this 17th day of April. A.D.
I'.163.
E. B, LEATHERMAN, Clerk.
Circuit Court. I>ade County. Florida
(seal) By: C. L. ALEXANDER,
Depute Clerk
,IAN
ALVIN GOODY
34H Seybold Bldg.
Miami M, Florida
Attorney for Plaintiff
4 I*-46, :./3-10
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engagi In
business undet tin fictitious name pf
ARROW DENTAL SUPPLY at ltl6
N Venetian wa>, Miami Beach Is,
Fla Intends to register said name
with the cl.rk .f tin- Circuit Court of
Dade County, Ploorida
HRLENE GLAUBER
SKYMOl i; i.i 'Nl >N
v : '.-. and .. .
I u ;, ii. i ilauber.
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Miami, Florida, Friday, May 3, 1963
Section B
' m Mrs. Firtel to Head Shores Unit
Left to right are Mrs. Leonard A. Wien and Mrs. A. Herbert
Mathes, discussing plans for the Women's Auxiliary of Mt.
Sinai Hospital installation luncheon at the Fontainebleau Ho-
tel on Friday, May 10, when Mrs. Wien will be installed as
president. She succeeds Mrs. Mathes, who served as presi-
dent fc: three years.
Mrs. Leonard Wien to Take
Gavel of Mt. Sinai Auxiliary
Mrs. L.< Ontrd A. Wien will sue-1
iced Ml*. A. Herbert Mathes. j
honorary president, who has head
ed the officer's roster of the
Women'? Auxiliary of Mt. Sinai
Hospital foe the past three years.
Ceremony will be held at the
annual installation luncheon of the
auxiliary on Friday, May 10. at
i'<,on in \h? Fontainebleau Hotel.
Officer? serving with Mrs. Wien
will be Mr-. Arthur Burrell, vice >
president administration; Mrs.
Marvin Silvers, vice president
membership; Mrs. Carl Susskind.
vice president services; Mrs. Yale
N Levin son, vice president ways
and mean-; Mrs. Mickey Michaels,
c one? ponding secret a ry; Mrs.
Lawrence E. Singer, recording
secretary; Mrs. Murray Kern, fi-
nancial secretary; Mrs Samuel
Wiesen. assistant financial secre-
tary; Mrs. Bernard Spector.
treasurer; Mrs. John Owen, par-
liamentarian.
The auxiliary has a membership
el 2.300. and 434 members contri
tinted 7,023 hours of work a week
in the hospital during 1962. The
Snack Bar, Gift Shop. Patients
Library. Night Snackery. and
Baby's Alumni are all serviced by
the group, and proceeds go to-
ward maintaining the Hospital
School of Practical Nursing.
The Auxiliary sponsors a ser-
vice aide course, given periodical-
ly by qualified volunteer mem-
bers, which prepares aides to as-
sist nursing personnel and per-
lorm duties directly with patients.
Over 200 Candy-Stripers learn to
erve by contributing their after-
school hours, weekends and vaca-
tion time to duties at the hospital
Proceeds from the auxiliary's
"emembrance Fund cover ex-
penses as varied as taxi fare for
,n outpatient to one of the hos-
pital's 25 clinics, an artificial limb
ir hearing aid, clothing for a new-
born child, and other needs of in-
digent patients.
Program at the installation
l.incheon will highlight a "Merry-
Co-Round ol Fashion.'' Members
of the auxiliary and their chil-
dren will model fashions from
Harriett Stroke and Junior Bazaar.
Program chairman is Mrs. Har-
ry Smith, assisted by Mrs. Mel-
.vn Frumkes. and Mrs. Arthur
Burrell is chairman of the day.
Shore Unit of the Papanicolaou
Cancer Research Institute at Mi-
ami will install Mrs. Irving Firtel
as president at its annual lunch-
eon at the Roney Plaza Hotel on
Monday, May 6.
Mrs. Firtel came to Mami as a
bride in 1939, and has been active
in many community affairs. She
was a charter member of Temple
Emanu-Rl and has served on both
Sisterhood and PTA boards. She
served as president and is current-
ly honorary president of the Sister-
hood of the Hebrew Academy. Mrs.
Firtel lives at 431 62nd St.. with
her attorney husband and four
children.
Also being installed with Mrs.
Firtel will be Mesdames Phillip
Schlissel. executive vice president;
Jason Berkman, Edward Lassman,
Jerry Sussman and Herman Stein,
nuts. IRVING flRTU
vice presidents: Kurt Aaronson, fi-
nancial secretary; Abe King, treas-
urer; Paul Allen, recording secre-
tary; Jenny Miller, social secre-
tary: Benn Bloom. Max Gordon,
Max Orlin and Nathan Neijna, cor-
responding secretaries; and Milton
Blum, chaplain and parliamen-
tarian.
Metro Commissioner Chuck Hall
will act as installing officer, and
Mrs. Paul Allen is in charge of ar-
rangements for the luncheon.
Mrs. Firtel will receive the gavel
from outgoing President Mrs. Mil-
ton R. Blum, who has served for
the past two years. Shore l.'nit has
a membership of 300. and during
the past two years raised some
$32,000 in support of the Papani
colaou Cancer Research Institute
at Miami.
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MOT HER S n.\1 MAI
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j
by ISABEL GROVE
Beaming proudly. Dorothy
Aronovitz. is announcing her
forthcoming marriage .

Janil and Austin Burke. 2218
Alton Rd hosts at a dinner for
friends, the Ed Sombergs and
Miami Beach winter visitors.
Ruth and Jack Saundc\s .
Mr and Mrs. Saundcrs had their
racing stables stabled at Gulf
stream Park Austin just
named fashion consultant and a
member of the Tailor's Guild of
Rochester, N.Y., makers ot cus-
tom garments for men .
Here fiom a 10-day vacation at
the Caribc! Hilton in San Juan.
Mr and Mrs. William Binder,
i'll W. 47th Ct.
Cay and festive buffet part)
Sunday afternoon in the Mima
Lisa Room of the Eden Rue giv
en by Mr. and Mrs. Max Cohen,
f the Blair House, for daugh
ter Suzanne Sandy and her fiance.
Alan Frank Salomon, son Ol the
Harvey Salomons The lovelj
bloiul bride-elect chose a powder
blue pean de sole frock with
beaded sequin top Her prettj
mother selected white peau, and
titian-haired Mrs Salomon \\j~
in pink lace .
The 200 guests at the cocktail
engagement t. stivitiet divided
their time between the dance
floor and the attractively-deco-
rated tables heaped with tempt-
ing edibles and lavish pink and
red floral designs Among
the well-wishers. Dr. and Mrs.
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Dr. and Mrs. Donald Michnolf.
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Je*isti florid for?
Page 3-B
Jewish Women's Federation Meeting
Will Hear Dorothy Krieger Fink
"Twenty Fiv? YearsA Com-
munity Comes of Age." a panel'
i.inducted by leading members of
the community, v ill share the I
Mrs. Lurie Will
Be Hostess Here
Mrs. Nathan Lurie, outgoing
president of Southwest Jewish]
i enter Sisterhood, will host the
(meg Shabbat or. Friday night fol-,
lowing services conducted by Rab-j
bi Maurice Klein.
Past presidents of tiie Sister-,
hood, who will participate in the
ceremony honoring officers and,
number; of the board, are:
Mrs. Jerome Rifkin, Mrs. Nath-
an Bcrman, Mrs. David Harris,
Mrs. Albert Bier.. Mrs. Alex Mar-
cus. Mrs. Howard Gurland, and
Mrs. Nathan Lurie.
spotlight with the program and
tribute to the presidents of the
Greater Miami Jewish women's
crganizations at the Federation of
Jewish Women's annual meeting
;.nd brunch on Thursday, May 9,
at the Algiers Hotel.
Mrs. Charles P. Feinberg. chair-
man of the annual meeting, an-
nounced that participants in the
panel will be Greater Miami Jew-
ish Federation President Sidney
Lefcourt; spiritual leader of Tem-
ple Beth Sholom, Rabbi Leon
Kronish; and outstanding women's
communal leader, Mrs. Dorothy
Krieger Fink.
Mrs. Anna Brenner Meyers,
president of the Federation of]
Jewish Women, said that "a spec-
ial program has been planned for
the meeting, and I know that the
fitting tribute to be paid to the
MRS. CHARltS ftlNBERG
leaders of the community women's
organization will make this an im-
portant event."
Invitation to the annual meet-'
ing erroneously listed Mrs. Fink'
Medical Center
Luncheon Slated
Seven chapters of the American
- MeiiiMtt-i^uiter -at Denver are
sponsoring ;> coordinated luncheon
ar.d professional entertainment
Show on Wednesday. May 8, at the
Algiers Hotel.
Prizes are on the agenda, and
will include a round-trip jet flight
for two to Las Vegas, plus $50 in
spending money.
Proceeds of the function will be
for cancer research and patient
care at the free, non-sectarian
hospital.
Many Miami residents have
been treated and restored to good
health at the American Medical
Center.
Reservations are being taken
by Mesdames Fred Perlman, Bis-
eayne Chapter; Leo Rosenberg,
as president of Hadassi.h. Mrs. i King Cole; David Bendell, Coral;
Meyers noted that "Mrs. Fink is Richard Pallot, Sunrise; Herman
a long-time Hadassah leader here, Schoefeld, Greater Miami; Mur-
and long cctive in Zionist af- ray Levrant, Flamingo; and Ralph
lairs." I Hall. Tropical.
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IGet free entry blink at your grocers or use.
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Grand Central Station. N. Y. \7. N. Y.
2Yoj may enter at often as you wish, but each'
ntry must be mailed In a separate envelope.
3 All entries must be postmarked not later than
I- u- ght June 30th. and received no later
th July 15th. 1963. j
4 Entry is open to all in U. S. except In Ne.
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is also prohibited to employees of General
Foods Corporation and its advertising agen-
Cies and their family members. I
5 V. -ners of all prizes will be selected on Fri-
day. July 19th. 1963. by blindfold drawings,
supervised |Ointly by the Israel Office Of In-
formation and the Israel Government Tourist
Agency Their selections are final. Only one
priia will be awarded in a family.
6 The 1st prize awarded is 2 round trip fares
to Israel from New York via your choice of
London. Pans or Rome on a Pan American'
Jet Chpper. Then on to Tel Aviv via connect-
ing Jet.
IMPORTANT: A $500 00 cash bonus will be
awarded to the *,nner of the 1st prize if the
entry is accompanied with an Instant Yuban
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Friday. May 3, 1963
*M*istfk>ridikTin
Page 5-B
Mrs Ruth Schuldine (left), president of the Brandeis Group of
the Greater Miami Council of Pioneer Women, presents a
check for $250 to Mrs. Milton Green, president of the Coun-
cil, for the building and completing of the Hebrew Univer-
sity Graduate Library School, a Pioneer Women's project.
The funds will provide two book shelves. Looking on (right)
is Mrs. Adele Miller, treasurer of Brandeis.
Menorah Women
Are Installed
Temple Menorah Sisterhood
heM installation of officers and
members of the board on Tuesday
noon at a brunch in I he Deauvillc
Hotel.
Rabbi Mayer Abramowitz, spir-
ilual leader of the Temple, in-
stalled the following:
President. Mrs. Sam Belsky; vice
presidents, Mrs. Lawrence West-
on, Mrs. Lee Gottlieb, Mrs. Mil-
ton Singer. Mrs. Herbert Kaplan
. n Mrs. P. M. Pollack; treasur-
er, Mr- Hyman Bergad; corres-
ponding secretary, Mrs. Rita Ep-
stein; recording secretary, Mrs.
living Wechsler; social secretary,
Mrs. Irving Soloman; financial
secretary, Mrs. Sally Kurman;
chaplain, Mrs. Ai Mechlowitz; and
parliamentarian, Mrs. Jack Sper-
ans.
Mrs. Norman Harrow was chair-
man of the affair.
52 Association Sets Installation
Mrs. Harry Shopiro. honorary
life president ol the 52 Association
if Greater Miami, will be installed
nor her sixth term on Sunday eve-
liiing at the Carillon Hotel.
Commissioner Chuck Hall will
|t< installing officer, and Hjman
Galbut, Miami Beach attorney, will
\\< uuest speaker.
Participating in the 5:30 p.m.
|0pff-Mrs. Meeting
A zone-wide meeting of the Opti-
htrs. of the 4th District was held
Ion Monday at the home of Mrs.
! Murray Sonnet!. president of the
[Miami Beach Opti-Mrs. Main busi-
ness of the meeting, conducted by
' Mrs. Frank Arthur, lieutenant gov-
ernor, was election of a new lieu-
lenant governor.
ceremony will be Nathan L. Glaser.
Miss Betty Gleisher. Mrs. Rose
Spiegel and Mrs. Phillip Kaufman
vice presidents: recording secre-
tary. Miss Jear.ne Trattler: finan
cial secretary. Mrs. Gertrude Rcis-
enbach: corresponding secretary.
Mrs. Charles Krupit; and treasurer
Mrs. J. George Schwartz.
During dinner, to be served at
7 p.m.. guests will see the show
in the Le Can Can Room of the
hotel.
Chairman of the affair is Mrs.
Herman Schoenfeld. assisted by
Mrs. Herman Siegel and Miss
Betty Fleisher. who are in charge
of reserTations.
The organization stages enter-
tainment for patients at the VA
Hospital in ("oral Gables, and
gives financial aid to their lam
ilies.

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On Wednesday evening in the
Dunes Motel, Rabbi Daniel M
l.ov > will install officers of Tern
pie Sinai Sisterhood for 1963-64.
Succeeding Mrs. Sam Lubcli
Mrs. David Corwell will be the new
president; vice presidents, Mrs
Bdwin Weiss and Mrs. Laura
Golustein: treasurer, Mr?. Abe
aeigar; financial secretary. Mrs
Justin Goldsmith; recording sec-
retary, Mrs. Julian Brown; cot-
i( sponding secretary, Mrs. Lewis
t ohen.
Trustees are Mesdames Harold
i'trgcr. Nal Borrok, Jack Kirsch-
haum, Daniel Lowy, Ralph White-
house and Dorothy Stone; advisor,
Mrs. Lubell.
Program chairman, Mrs. Morris
Singer, will present a musical
fashion. "Leave Them Laughing."
Directed by Mrs. Sam Onrot, with
!iano accompaniment by Hy
Freed, the show cast will be mem-
bers of the Sisterhood.
Reservations chairmen are Mrs.
Morris Singer and Mrs. Maurice
Co-low.
Mother's Day At
Dade Heights
Mother's Day program for Dade
Heights Jewish Congregation Sis-
terhood will be "An Evening with
Patsy Abbott" at Patsy's Place,
Miami Beach.
Reservations chairman for the
affair, to be held Sunday evening.
May 12. are Mrs. Richard New-
man and Mrs. Mel Gaier.
The group's sixth annual donor
luncheon, chaired by Mrs. Harry
Ilausman, was held at the Holly
wood Beach Hotel at noon last
Sunday.
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North Dade Chapter of B'nai
B'rith Women will sponsor a smor-
gasbord luncheon and card party
;t the Yehudah Moshe Congrega-
tion Social Hall on Wednesday
from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.
Free baby-sitting service will be
available following a noon lunch
con.
Ticket chairmen are Mrs. Frank
Brandt and Mrs. H. Friedman.
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234 Security Trust Bldg., Miami 32, Florida
Please reserve _......seats at $3.00 per plate donation for luncheon with
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At the donor luncheon of Temple Menorah Sisterhood in the
Deauville Hotel are (left to right) Mrs. Ray Morse, president
and Mrs. Sam Belsky, luncheon chairman.
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ISRAEL Independence Day Din-
ner, celebrating Israel's 15th
year ol Btatehood, was held Sun-
;.' evening ;!t ,n'-' Fontaineblewi
Hotel under the auspices ot the
ireater Miami Israel Dond Com-
nittee.
Among the hundreds of guests
i u Mrs. Sidney Gans. who chose
for the evening a multi-colored
floral print chilfon in soft sum-
mer colors. Her white straw
ace evening coat was hand
nade in Florence, Italy, and fea-
tured scalloping at the hemline
ind on the lull length sleeves.
Mrs. Sam Miller wore a white
peau dc soie sheath with a bead-
ed lute silk organza bodice,
hind embroidered iridescent se-
quins and tear-drop crystals highl-
ighted l'.er highnecked and
sleeveless bodice. A foliage
print in tones and shades Of
brown-on-wbite was the choice of
Mrs. Al Green. Cocoa brown
was the color of her full-length
-ilk organza duster.
Mrs. Ben Silver's peau de soic
sheath was in frosted shocking
pick. Her bodice was embroid-
red with matching colored cav-
icr beads and white pearls. Cafe
au'lait was the color of Mrs.
Joseph Yanich's silk organza.
Miniature red roses were em-
broidered in an all-over pattern
on both the fitted bodice and full
-;kirt. Gold chiffon was worn by
Mrs. Theodore Berman. Her
draped bodice was caught with
a jeweled buckle, and her skirt
was full. Mrs. Randolph Shev-
ach selected a beige satin sheath.
Her bodice featured the dropped
waist line effect and was heav-
ily encrusted in copper-colored
,-avier beads.
A gold embossed cocktail suit
was worn by Mrs. Anna
Brenner Meyers. A hip length,
semi-fitted and buttoned jacket
"opped her classic sheath. Tur-
quoise, black and white blended
into the silk print worn by Mrs
Samuel Dorfman. Mrs. Harry
Cantor's gold brocade was un-
isual in that a floral pattern was
set off in blocks, and her sheath
had a square neckline. Emer-
ald green satin was chosen by
Mrs. Maurice Goldrmg for the
dinner Her neckline was decol-
lete, and her skirt featured the
carcfuly lontrolled fullness of
the modified bell silouctte.
Mrs. Samuel Sapiro chose a tur-
quoise silk chiffon. Her neck-
line was scooped and followed
down the entire front of her dress
with semicircular draping.
White silk faille was worn by
Mrs Akiva Goffer. Her sheath
had a bateau neckline, which was
caught at one shoulder in a self-
fabric DOW, and was slit open at
the other side. Cocoa-colored
matallasie was the choice of
Mrs. Ben Essen. Her fitted
sheath was cut in radiating
asymetrical lines; and at the
shoulder, where the lines began,
and over the hip, where they
ended, were oversized puckered
poofs. White polka dots were
scattered over her dress.
BLACK chantilly lace was the
* the selection of Mrs. Jack
Fopick. Her gown was over a
strapless bodice and formed a
bateau neckline, and the lace fell
into a soft full skirt. Mrs. Ben
Frankenstein's full-length formal
was of white silk brocade. Her
matching coat had an Oriental
influence in the mandarin collar
and frog-like closing. Fuchsia
colored silk was Mrs. Max Weitz'
choice for the evening. Her
sheath featured a laticed bodice
over pale peige illusion, and her
matching jacket was waist-
length. Black and white checks
in silk organza was worn by Mrs.
Hy Salz. Her almost strapless
bodice was fitted, and her -kirt
bouffant.
Miss Ccce Cohen wore a frost-
ed aqua silk organza with white
embroidery. Her sweater was
hand-embroidered in white chalk
beads. French blue chantilly
lace was the choice of Mrs. Flor-
ence Cromer. The lace formed
her bodice, and a matching color
chiffon the full skift of her gown.
Mrs. Benjamin Berlin's black
chiffon featured a black scquin-
ed sweater. White was the col-
or choice of Mrs. Brron de Hirsch
Meyer. Her French silk-satin
ensemble came from Rome. A
circular skirt flared under a fit-
ted bodice over which was worn
a Spanish type bolero, which was
embroidered with satin lined
bugle beads.
Setting for a patio party is a lovely one at the home of Mrs.
Martin Fine of Bay Heights. Shown (left to right) are Bay
Heights members of the Young Matrons Division of Combined
Jewish Appeal, including Mrs. Fine, Mrs. Melvyn Muroff and
Mrs. Edward Eisenberg.
Mizrachi Women Slate Luncheon
She'll Wed
Richard Chaiken
Mr. and Mrs. Meyer Schneider
man. of Shaker Heights, O., an-
nounce the engagement of their
daughter. Renee, to Richard Al-
len Chaiken
The prospective bridegroom is
the son of Mr. and Mrs. Charles
Chaiken. 3080 SW 16th St.. and at-
tended the University of Florida.
The bride-elect attended Ohio
ktate University.
Halikvah Chapter of Mizrachi
Women will celebrate Mother's
Day at a "Save-a-Child" luncheon
c:i Tuesday at the Royal Hungar-
ian Restaurant.
The affair will culminate the
annual Dime Bank project of the
group, under the chairmanship of
Airs. Emma Rattner. Mrs. Mor-
ris Bienenfeld is chairman of the
luncheon.
Rabbi Jonah Caplan. of Congre-
i gation Adath Yeshurun, will be
guest speaker, according to Mrs.
| Jack Davis, program chairman.
"Save-a-Child" has been the pur-
i pose and aim of Mizrachi Worn
1 en's Organization of America since
: its inception 30 years ago. "Dur-
I ing this time, the organization
( has played a major role in child
' rescue and rehabilitation work in
i Israel, where it maintains a net-
I work of children's villages and
Ionics, nursery, elementary and
vocational schools." Mrs. Biencn-
lcld said.
Mrs. Jacob Katz is president of
Hatikvah Chapter.
ls-
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Plans Activities
May schedule for Tifcreth
rael Sisterhood begins with a
games night in the social hall 'in
Sunday at 7:30 a.m.
On Mother's Day, Sunday morn-
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newly-elected president, and a
committee of Sisterhood members
will be hosts at a program for stu-
dents of Hebrew and Sunday
School.
Last card party of the season
; for the group will be held on
Wednesday evening, May 15, in
the social hall.
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Carol Steinberg
Plans for July
Announcement is made this week
of the enagement of Carol Susan,
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Morris
Steinberg. 1320 Cleveland Rd.. and
Harold Wilen-ky.
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Friday. May 3.-1963
J^jar Barry Braun
P.ar Mitzvah of Barry Braun
will be observed at Congregation
Beth Torah on Saturday morning.
May 4. during services conducted
by Rabbi Max Lipschits.
An honor roll student in the sev-
enth grade at North Miami Beach
Junior High, Barry won an award
tor his project in the 1963 Science
Fair. He plays flute and piano,
and is a member of the school
band.
The celebrant is the son of Mr
and Mrs. Moses Braun. grandson
oi Mr. and Mrs. David R. Porvin.
Morris Kessler
Scott Benrude
rry Braun Rochclle Baker
and great-grandson of Alex Bar-
nett. who will be here from De ,
iroit. Mich., for the occasion.
A reception and dinner will be j
held at the Algiers Hotel on Sat-
in day evening in Barry's honor.
Warren Bernard
Warren, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Bernard S. Bernard, w ill become
Bar Mitzvah on Saturday morning, |
May 4, at Beth Emeth Congrega-'
tion. Rabbi Simon April will of-1
ficiate.
A student of the congregation's
Hebrew School, the celebrant is t
president of the seventh class at
North Miami Junior High.
The Oneg Shabbat on Friday
evening, and the Kiddush follow-
ing the Saturday ceremony will be
hosted in his honor by the Bar
Mitzvah's parents. In the even-
ing, a reception and dinner will
be held at the Barcelona Hotel.

Rochelle Baker
Roche'.le Baker will be Bas Mitz-
vah on Saturday morning, May 4,
at Temple Beth Sholom during
services conducted bs Rabbi Leon
Kronish.
A seventh grade student at Nau-
tilus Junior High, Rochelle is in
the Beth Sholom Confirmation
Class 5723. and won an award for
naming the Religious School news-
paper at the Temple.
Mr. and Mrs. Abram Baker. 800
West 47th St.. will host a party
ai the Ede!i Roc for their daugh-
ter and her friends following the
morning services, ar.d a reception
lor friends and family in the
evening at home.
The Bas Mitzvah w as host to a
group of her school mates during
spring vacation at Glen Echo
Amusement Park in Washington.
D.C.. owned by her father.
-
Martin Noretsky
Rabbi Alfred Waxman will of-
ficiate at the Bar Mitzvah of Mar-
tin, son of Mr. and Mrs. Henry
Noretsky, and grandson of Mrs.
Rose Noretsky and Mrs. Minnie
Spector. at Temple Zion. Observ-,
a.;ce will be held on Saturday
morning. May 4.
Martin, a seventh grade honor1
student at West Miami Junior
High, plans to continue his studies,
in the Temple's Confirmation
Class.
The Kiddush, following the cere-
mony, will honor the celebrant.
*
Fred Cohen
Congregation Beth El w ill be the
site of the Bar Mitzvah of Fred
Cohen during services Saturday
morning, May 4, conducted by
Rabbi Solomon Schiff.
The celebrant is the son of Mr
and Mrs. Marcos Cohen, 651 SW
( o^nd Ave.
He attends Auburndale Ele-
mentary, and is interested in
sports and coin-collecting.
::
Sheldon Suskauer
On Saturday morning, May 4.
Sheldon Suskauer will be Bar
Mitzvah at Israelite Center, with
Rabbi Morton Malavsky officiat-
ing.
A member of the Hebrew class
graduating in 1963, Sheldon is an
honor student at Israelite Center. j
He also attends Shenandoah Jun-
ior High and plays clarinet in the
concert band. His outside recrea-
tions are sailing and swimming,!
and he is a Junior Life Guard.
Mr. and Mrs. Sol Suskauer, 2387 i
SW 23rd St., will honor their son |
a the Kiddush following the ser-l
vices.
Ted Weinstock
Dr. Irving Lehrman will officiate
at the Bar Mitzvah of Ted, son
of Mrs. Bernard Weinstock, and
grandson of Mrs. Sarah Minen, of
New York, during services on
Saturday morning. May 4. at Tem-
ple Emanu-El.
Elected "Duke" of the seventh
grade at Ida M. Fisher Junior
High. Ted is also president ofj
Hoyals Club, and a member pf the i
all-star baseball team. His other:
interests include stamp-collecting, i
fishing and golf.
A reception in the Southgate
Terrace of Southgate Towers will
f< How the ceremony.
* *
Morris Kessler
Bar Mitzvah of Morris Saul. BOD
of Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Kessler,
5800 SW 2nd Ter.. will be observ-
ed on Saturday morning. Mar. 4,
.;t Flagler-Granada Jewish Center
during services conducted by Rab-
bi David Rosenfeld.
Morris is a seventh grade stu-
dent at Kinloch Park Junior High.
He is interested in science, and
his outside activities are swim-
ming and horseback riding.
Grandparents of the Bar Mitz-
vah, Mr and Mrs. Philip Dres-
i ick, will honor him at a recep-
tion in their home at 110 SW 62nd
Ave., On Sunday afternoon.
* *
Miles Gopman
Miles, son of Mr. and Mrs Sey-
mour Gopman. and grandson of
Ben Brown, will become Bar Mitz-
vah on Saturday morning. May 4,
st Temple Einanu El. Dr. Irving
Lehrman will officiate.
The celebrant is interested in
football and sports of all kinds.
He w ill be honored at a recep- \
iion in the Empire Room of the
Eden Roc Hotel following the cere-
mony.
*
Richard Liss
Saturday morning services. May
4, at Congregation Yohuriah
Moshe will include the Bar Mitz-
vah of Richard, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Larry Liss. Rabbi Morton
Shalowitz will officiate.
The celebrant is a student at ;
North Miami Beach Junior High j
and Popiel Hebrew School.
The One? Shabbat on Friday
tvening and the Kiddush following
the ceremony will be hosted by the
parents of the Bar Mitzvah.

Steven Cantor
Steven, son of Dr. and Mrs Jack
Cantor, will be Bar Mitzvah on|
Saturday morning, May 4. at Tem-
ple Menorah, with Rabbi Mayer
Abramowitz officiating.
An honor roll student at Nau-'
tilus Junior High, Steven has been
attending the Temple's Religious;
School for several years.
Kiddush in honor of the cele-,
Free Loan Group In Meeting Here
i i
Miles Gopman Stevtn Cantor
Ted Weinstock Warren Bernard
hrant will be hosted by his par-
ents.
0 0 0
Karen Zinner
On Saturday morning, May 4,
Rabbi Mordecai Podet will offic-
iate at the Bas Mitzvah of Karen
Lynn Zinner during services at
Temple Judea.
A seventh grade honor student
at Ponce Junior High. Karen
plays oboe in the band, and is also
interested in ballet and swimming.
She won an Excellent Citation in
an atomic chemistry project at the
recent South Florida Regional
Science Fair, and is one of the
few seventh graders in the area
to be accepted to work in the Re-
search Laboratory at National
Children's Cardiac Hospital.
Dr. and Mrs. Doran Zinner, 2017
Alhambra Circle, will honor their
daughter at the Oneg Shabbat on
Friday evening, and at the Kid-
dush following the ceremony on
Saturday.
*> >> *
Scott Benrube
Bar Mitzvah of Scott Benrube
will be observed on Saturday
morning. May 4. at Temple Ner
Tamid with Rabbi Eugene Labo-
\ itz officiating.
i
The celebrant is a student at
Ihe Temple's Religious School and
,.t Nautilus Junior High.
Mr. and Mrs. Jack S. Benruhe,
9260 W. Bay Harbor Ter.. will hon-
or their son at a reception follow-
ing the services
Greater Miami Hebrew Free
Loan Association was to hold a
i eral meeting at 8 p.;n., Thurs-
day, in the Washington Federal
AuditoruiiimTni \Va..I^^Il^T6n,*.tTe.
Rabbi Solomon Schiff. of Beth
El Synagogue, was to be featured
.speaker.
Isadore Schwarti, who was
recently installed for his 11th
term as president, said that
"this meeting will start the 13th
year the Association has been
serving the Miami area with
free loans to citizens in time of
reed."
Starting with an initial treasury
Of S25 some 13 years ago. the Free
Loan Association last year lent out
over $15,000 to applicants.
"It is significant of the deep
affection in which the Association
is regarded that in all the years
of its operation, all loans have
been repaid." Schwartz said, add-
ing that "last year, the Associa-
tion, for the first time in its exist-
ence, was able to raise the limit
of its loans to S500."
A member of the Greater Miami
Jewish Federation, the Free Loan
Association derives its funds pure
ly from memberships, which are
Variety Drive
Elects Melniker
mod exclusively for loans The
Association operates free ,f ad-
ministrative expenses. All -, r.
"cei are donated by amittee
members and officers.
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iRabbi Brooks
To be Honored
Temple Zamora's Bar Mitzvah
Banquet to be held on Sunday
evening. May 5, will honor Rabbi
Hershel Brooks, spiritual leader
of the congregation.
To be held in the Temple Social I
Hall, the affair will include a
cocktail hour preceding dinner,
entertainment and dancing.
In the 13 years since it was or-
ganized. Temple Zamora has pro-
gressed from a rented store to
its edifice on Zamora Ave., Coral
Gables, and from a few members
to close to 200 families.
Temple features a Religious
School, adult education courses.
Young Married Couples Clubs,
monthly cultural evening pro-
grams, full membership of
Brotherhood and Sisterhood,
with programs of continuous ac-
tivities, and a complete Junior
Congregation service for chil-
dren of the area.
Officers of the synagogue are
Arthur Deutsch. president: Will-
iam Raskin and Stanley Silvern,
vice presidents; Morns MoskO-
witz. treasurer; William Locke,
recording secretary: Hilbert Leav-
itt. corresponding secretary: and
Alfred Finkelstein, financial sec
retary.
Morton Towers Boat Ride
Over 240 members of the Mor-
ton Towers North Women's Club
participated in a boat ride on Fri-
day, Apr. 24. Mrs. Mollic Sam-
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Miami Chapter of
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lertz to Try
:or City Council
Ha) Hertz, local advertising
i;U>jt, has qualified as a can-
t( in the June 4 Miami Beach
Hty Bouncil election.
Her?: was defeated by only six
c.ti his 1961 bid for the coun-
A three-time president of the
Lincoln Road Merchants Guild.
lertz supporters credited him with
fine creation of the imaginative
beob Hoad Mall."
Hertr. executive vice president
ll the Hal Winter Co., Inc.. said
le will base his campaign on "Mi-
imi's Beach's urgent need for
treat.y increased tourism and
|onv<: : n programs."
A resident for more than 20
I years. Hertz hat made study
missions to 23 other tourist areas
during the past several years.
(His supporters say "he has be-
[com* a recognized authority on
[tourist promotion for Florida
and me entire region. During
his vrsits to numerous Caribbean
and Latin American countries,
he met with top government
[tourist officials."
It if time," Hertz said, "for
Lliami Beach to have a represen-
jative <-. council who is skilled in
|rlverti>-ing. tourist promotion and
busint-- management."
Hertz said that 'the past two
jnntcr seasons, athough highly
mccesMul at their peak, have been
ar too short to enable the aver-
se bjsinessman to make a de-
lent return on his investment."
Heru supporters declare that
fct almost singly handedly took the
kr.tire council to task when it in-
creased the tax roll unnecessarily
nd without justification by some
B.700,000. This fight was success-
jl and v.eeks later there was a tax
sllback of $7,200.000."
Hertz says "I fought for a new
public library. Largely through
ay efforts this was approved by
se freeholders in a subsequent
kond ejection." He was also "the
brimt booster for mobile libraries
funds for Religious School
Funds raised at the Temple Za-
niora Brotherhood spring dance.
-i>onsored by the group on Satur-
day evening, -May 11, at the Tem-
ple Social Hall, are for the schol-
arship program of the Temple's
Religious School. Chaired by
j living Simons, the affair will in-
clude presentation of gifts rang-
ing from a television set to elec-
: trie tooth brushes.
LEGAL NOTICE
LEGAL NOTICE
H41 HERTZ
' for the ailini? and children in out-
lying areas."
Hertz lives with his wife. Ethel,
and their two children, Steve and
Pixie, at 5720 Alton Rd.
Active in Miami Beach civic af-
fairs. Hertz is a member of the
President's Council. Ad Club of
I Greater Miami. Civic League,
: Chamber of Commerce, Elks.
; Moose, B'nai B'rith, Miami Beach
Senior Citizens, and Temple Beth
Sholom.
LEGAL NOTICE
LEGAL NOTICE
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
cL.OR.DA IN PROBATE
No. 59282-B.
|\ UK :.,:. ..i
U JAM SHANE
I... .. -. .!
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
' All :. lllti Ml Person, i (a
c. Demand* Against >.i-i
I '.it.
hereb) notlfli ii ami n
-.in an. claim* ami de-
h you mn.v have agnlnet
u 11 I.I AM SHANK il. -
'-! !.> "i I Mil.- County, Florlua,
tlu- County Judge* of Dade Coun-
itnd :.. ill.- same in duplicate ami
provided in .-.. ii..ii 718.18, Florida
'int.', in theli office! Iii ill.- Coun-
Courtl ise in Dade County, Flor-
. win.: i e|g calendar months from
tli.....( ih.- in.-i publication bere-
nr in. pam will be barred.
.: .<: Miami, Florida, Mill 10th
: ^ il. A.n tea
NORMAN A SHANK
As Kxi cutor
II (. -
ALBERT I. WEINTRAL'B
|A JAY CRI8TOL
I- s. ourttj Trust Btdg.
I-Maiii, s, Florida
\. j. i 'rlatol
torm Ebi< cutor
:. 3-10-1T-S4
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY.
No. 63C 4719
I'.HRTA M. MAC 11 IN.
Plaintiff,
ARMANDO MACIilN,
Defendant.
8UIT FOR DIVORCE
To: ARMANDO MACHIN
.ii*.". aiiiIiiIh.u Avenue
N.w Fork City, New York
Ton, ARMANI (> MACHIN are
; hereby notified thai a Hill >.f Com-
plaint for Divorce ha* been filed
[against you. and you ar*- required to
serve a copy .f your Anawer or Plead-
, Ins in the Bill "f Complaint on the
, Plaintiff. attorney, Sanfi.nl I.. Much-
nick. 250 71st Street, Miami Beach
41. Florida ami fit.- the original An-
swer .r Pleading in tlu* office f the
J Clerk of th.- Circuit Court on or be-
for.. Hi. Srd da) of June, 1*88. if you
fall t.. be taken agulnsi you for the relief
demanded in th.- Hill of Complaint.
This notice shall be published once
each week i"<>r four consecutive weejts*
In TIIK JKWlsll 1 UlRIDIAN.
DONK AND ORDKRED at .Miami.
Kloi Ida, this 1st daj of Ma;. \ i
1963
E. B. LEATHERMAN, oi, rk,
Circuit Court. IHide County, Florida
11} K M IA MAX,
i i ty Clerk
''-17-21
/ hope
Grandma
likes my
flowers
Dignified, beautiful and
reverently cared for
surroundings for our
departed loved ones am
source of very real
comfort to alt
MIAMI E>
AHOCOMMUNm MA
n.-ini,,,,^,, MO 1-7693
NOTiCE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY.
No. 63C 4716
M IRJORIE 8CZANNE REIS,
Plaintiff,
Vs.
I RBI W REIS,
Defendant.
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
TO: FRED IV. REI8
c o Stanley Blrotln
An. do Vafmont 20
Lausanne, Swltserland.
You. R.:n w. REIS, are hereby
notlfU-d that a Hill of Complaint for
Divorce has hecn filed against you.
ami you are required to serve a copy
of your Anawer or ri.-ailing to the
Hill of Complaint on the Plaintiffs
attorney, Snnfn.il I.. Muchnlck. < ..
Htnlar A Muchnlck, ISO 71st Street,
Miami Beach 41, I torldo and rile the
original Answer or I'leadinK In th.'
office of th,- Clerk of th.. Circuit Court
on or before the Srd day of June, IMS.
If you fall to do so. jmlmiu.iii by de-
fault will I..- taken against you for
the relief demanded in the Hill of
i 'omplaint
This noli..- shall be published once
each week for four consecutive weeks
in TIIK. JEWISH FLOR1DIAN.
DONE AND ORDERED at Miami,
Florida, this 1st day of May. A.D.
ii..)::.
K B. LEATHERMAN, Clerk.
Circuit Court, l'a.i.-County, Florida
(aval) B> K. M i.VMan.
Deputy Clerk
.". ;i-m-17-24
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY tllVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage
ii business under the fictitious names
of BAY TERRACE ami BAY TER-
RACE ASSOCIATES at 12511 West
ki'ptine, Miami Bench, Florida, In-
tend io register .-.ml tinmen with the
. ,. k >.| in.- 'in nit Court of 1 lade
County, Florida.
MARVIN KLEIN
BARNETT OUTHARTZ
MARTIN FINE
Attorne) tor Applicants
14th floor, Dade Federal BIdg,
Miami 82, Florida
C/3, 1". 17. 21
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage
it business under the fictitious name
of PALMETTO FARMERS' MAR-
KET at 7->"i N.W. lOSrd atreet, Hla-
leah Gnrdens, Florida, Intend to reg-
ister said name with th- Clerk of
th.- Circuit Court of Dade County,
Florida.
LOCHKT or FLORIDA. INC
RICH-MILL of FLORIDA, INC.
JAY-BET CORPORATION
inn", inii'ont Plaaa Center,
Miami 82, Florida
WAI.TMAN. COHEN ,\: ROBERTS
Attorneys for Applicant
By: SY WALTMAN
:. :'.. 1". 17. 21
CERTIFICATE OF
CORPORATE DISSOLUTION
IN THE NAME AND BY THE
AUTHORITY OF THE
STATE OF FLORIDA
TO ALL TO WHOM THESE PRE-
SENTS SHALL COME, CRKKTINCS:
Whereas, CELIA l>. JARVIS, MI-
AMI. FLORIDA; BEATRICE K. JEK-
NIOAN, MIAMI. FLORIDA; TRUDTf
CAMPBELL, MIAMI. FLORIDA did
on the Slat day of November, A.D.
i?s.">. cause to b,- Incorporated under
: the laws of th.- State of Florida
PALM BEACH CROWN DISTRIB-
UTORS, inc.. a corporation, with its
principal place of business at WEST
PALM BEACH, HALM BEACH
COUNTY, in the Stati- of Florida, and
whereas the proper officers of inch
corporation did on the 22nd day of
AUgUat, A.D. 194)2, CaUSe to he filed ill
the office of the S.el.-tal> of State
of the stat.. ..f Florida, a Certificate
of Amendment changing its corporate
name Io ROST I'AI.KY CO., INC.
ami whereas such corporation did on
the 26th da) of April, A.D. 1983, .-aus.-
to l.e file.I In the office of tli.- Secre-
tary of Slate of the Slate of 1 ...rida.
the documentor} authority, required
under Section 60S. 27, Florida Statutes,
showing th.- dissolution of such cor-
poration.
Now. therefore, tli. Secretary of
State does hi reb) certify to tli.- I
going ami that lie is satisfied that the
requirements of the law have been
. omiilled with
IN wii'NKss WHEREOF, 1 have
h.-reunto set my hand and have
affix..I th. Greul S,:il of tin Stale
of Floi ida. at Tallahassee, he
Capital, thin tlu TWENTY-SIXTH
das oi APRIL, A.D 191
(-..all To.M ADAMS,
Secret a.-} of state.
-. ; .',::
CERTIFICATE OF
CORPORATE DISSOLUTION
IN THE NAME AND BY THE
AUTHORITY OF THE
STATE OF FLORIDA
To ALL To WlloM THESE PRE-
SENTS SHALL COME, GREETINGS:
Uh.-reas. SAM ROST, M I nil
BEACH, FLORIDA: N. E, BALL, MI-
AMI BEACH, Fl.oRil.A; LIB B Y
HOST. MIAMI REACH, FLORIDA
did on the 2nd day of November, A.D.
1946, cause to i.....corporated under
the laws of the state of Florida MI-
AMI CROWN DISTRIBUTORS, INC.
a corporation, with Its principal place
of business at Miami. DADE COUN-
TY, in the State of Florida, and
whereas the proper officers of such
corporation did nn (he 22ml day of
August, A.D. 1962, cause to be filed in
the office of the Secretary of State of
the state ..f Florida, a Certificate of
Amendment changing Its corporate
name to THE ROST COMPANY, INC.,
and uh.-reas mil h corporation di.l on
th.- 26th day of April. A.D. I96S, cause
to be filed In the office "f the Sei re-
lary of State of the State of Florida,
the documentary authority required
under Section 608.27, Florida statutes,
bowing tin dissolution of BUCh cor-
poration.
Now, therefore, the Becretarj of
State does hereby certify to the fore-
going and that h is satisfied thai the
requirements of the law have been
compiled with.
IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I have
hereunto set my hand and have
affixed the Qreat Seal of the State
of Florida, at Tallnhassee. the
Capital, this the TWKNTY-SIXTH
day of APRIL, A.D. 1963,
(seal) TOM A HA MS.
s.. retarj of state.
-. 3 63
ROOF LEAK?
4 Mi,
VICTOR CONIf
Let us repair it or apply
a new one. For free
estimate phone:
._ ACME
T*^ ROOFING
685-1952
NOTICE OF APPLICATION
FOR TAX DEED
Chapter 20722 Acts of 1941
File AA-20979
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
106 Corporation holder of County Tax
Sale Certificate No. SMI laaued the
1st day of June. A.D. 1961, has filed
same in m> office, and has made ap-
plication for a tax deed to be Issued
thereon. Said Certificate embraces the
follow-in"; described property in the
County of Dade. State of Florida, to-
wlt:
lots :. ,v 6 Block ll. Coconut drove
Bee I "art 1 of Coral Qables, Flat
Dook 14 Pa(e l'",, In the County of
Dade, State of Florida.
The assessment of said property un-
der the said certificate was In the
name of: Samuel Bmllch.
Unless said certificate shall be re-
deemed according to law, the prop-
erty described herein will be sold to
tin- highest l.idd.i at the Court House
door on th,- fiist Moiulaj In the month
of June. IMS, which is the Srd day of
June. I6::.
Dated this 10th day of April. IBM.
K. H. LKATIIHRMAX.
fieri, oi i 'in-Hit Court.
Dade County, Florida
(seal) By: R. M. LBBPER,
Deputy Clerk
S/S-10-17-14
NOTICE OF
WAREHOUSEMAN'S SALE
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
by virtue of Chapter 178 of Florida
Statutes Annotated flWl), Ware-
housemen and Warehouse Receipts,
wherein ACE-R.B. VAN LINKS. INC.,
a Florida Corporation, by virtue of its-
warehouse hen. has in its possession
the following described propert) :
Household Ci-ods As the property
,.f Mr s M i.eithton c/o T.d Wal-
lace, l:'.77 H.W. Mtll Street. .Miami.
Florida: and the Household Goods of
Andrea Mallory, n K. -. Andrea Smith,:
::<: N.W. |68th Terra.... Miami. Flor-
ida, and thai on the Srd day of June, |
I'....:'., during the legal hours of sale,
mainly between 11:00 forenoon and
_':imi in th.- afternoon, at 1136 N.w.
.'4th Avenue, Miami, Florida, tli.- un-
dersigned -hail offer foi s.,:. t.. th.
highest bidder f"i cash in hand the
above described property of Mr. s. M.
I.enHiton. .- .. Ti .1 \\ Bllace, 13" N. \\
34th Street, Miam I Io Ida: and An-
drea Malloi x. a i. a vinii.-.i Smith,
!76S N w. I6sth Terrace, Miami. Flor-
ida
l mi. .1 al M urn. I- lorlda, thin Isl
das "i Mn>
\ci-: R.II. > AX LINES, INC
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
N'ul'ICi: IS HEREBY GIVEN that
tli. undersigned, desiring t.> ngage in
business under the fictitious name of
HCNTER SPRAY SERVICE at Mi-
ami. Hade Count) intends to register
said name with the clerk of th.- cir-
cull Court ..I Hal. County. Florida.
ALBERT V'RANA ENTERPRISES,
INC.
H\: Albert V'rann, Pi esldent
Aronovlts, Silver A Scner
Attorneys for Applicant
Ainsley Building
:. :l-ln-17-24
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN that
th.- undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious names of
Y.- old. I'rint Shoppe; Ye old.- Off-
set Shoppe; Ye Ohle Miiii.-o^rnph
Shoppe: at 2353 Coral Way, Miami I.".,
| Ma., intend t<> register said names
with th.- Clerk of the Circuit Court of
Dade County. Florida.
CHARLES M. FREEFIELD
MARIAN FREEFIELD
r./:t-P)-17-S4
NOTICE OF SUIT
or
ORDER OF PUBLICATION
' IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA. IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY
No 63C 4651
ARTHT'R IASON ARONSON,
Plalutlff,
LORRAINE ARONSON,
1 ...feiulant.
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
TO: LORRAINE ARONSON
i -. Smith
ii M.-i..-ii.in Street
Dorchester, Uussai lius.-tts
You, UlRRAINE ARONSON, an
herebj notified that a Hill of Com-
plaint for I Mm.i,e has been filed
against you, and you ate required to
serve a copy of your Answei oi Plead-
ing to the F.ll of Coimi'aint on the
I'lalntifrs Attorney, GFIOROE kas-
TENBAI M. ESQ., KASTENRACM.
MAMKER, OOPMAN .V EPSTEIN,
One Lin...In Road Building, Miami
Reach, Florida, and file the original
Answer or Pleading iii the office of
the Clerk of the Ciieuit Curt on or
before the Ird day of June. 1903, If
you fail t.. do so. Judgment b} de-
fault will h.- taken again*) you for
the relief demanded in the Hill of
Complaint.
This notice shall he published 0IM6
each week for four consecutive w.-.-ks
in TIIK JEWISH FLOR1DIAN.
1H1NK ANI> ORDKRITH at Miami.
Florida, this L'lth day of April. A.D.
1963.
E, B. LEATHEIUIAN. Clerk,
Circuit Court. Hade County. Florida
(seal) By: K. II. LYMAN
I >.pui v Cl.-rk
GEORGE KA8TENBAUM, Esq.
Kasteiihaiini, .Mamher, Gopman
Oh.- Epstein
Attorney for Fiaiutiff
7.'3-10-17-21
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY,
No. 63C 98
DOLLAR SAVINGS HANK OF TIIK
CITY ol' MAY YORK.
Plaintiff,
ALFRED I. LAS1IF.R et ux
I lefemlalits.
NOTICE OF SUIT
TO: ALFRED I. LASHER
590 Host..n Nick Road
North Kingston, Rhode Island
You ar.- hereby notified that the
above captlonad action has heen insti-
tuted against you in the Circuit Court
of the ELEVENTH Judicial circuit
of Floi Ida In and for Hndc County
to foreclose a mortgage upon the f..l-
t.iwiiiu described real propert}*:
Lot i:'. Block 42. SCOTT LAKE
manor SECTION six. according
to th.- Flat thereof, recorded in Flat
Hook 95, Page 11 of the Fill.lie Rec-
ords of Had, County, Florida
You ar.- required t.> file your an-
swer to plaintiff's complaint with the
Clerk ..I the aforesaid Court, and
serve a cop) thereof upon plaintiff?
attorne- martin FINE, nth Floor
Hade Federal Hide Miami 82, Flor-
ida not later than Ma*. 27th, IMS, or
a Decree Pro Confesso will i..- entered
agninsl you
DATED Vprll -M. iv.;::.
i: l: LE \THKRMAN. Cll ik.
CIlTUll Court, I' lie l.-'llllA. F 1.1 ill.l
(seal) Bj i' I' i'i .i'i:i.A\ 11
I i.111 \ i 'I. 11;
MARTIN I
Alt..I 1:. ntlfl
iiih i llldg
Miami
I". IT. :'I
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
Notici-: is HEREBY GIVEN thai
th.- imdersiKiied, desiring to engage.
in business nn.l. r the fictitious name
of AA INSTANT Al'l'o JNSURORH
at 1727 N.W. 7tli Street, Miami. Fla.,
Intends to register said name with
the Cl.rk oi th. Circuit Court of
I Mil. County, Florida.
ATKlSSoN COLE INSI l!Wi i:
agf:xcy, inc
4 2-:. '::. I", w
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
ih.- undersigned, desiring t.. engage In
business under lie- fictitious iiain.- ol
Craiu's Camera Center at 717.". B.W
.'.7 Avenue, South Miami. Florida m-
i.iiiis io register mid name with the
Clerk "i He- Circuit Court oi Dade
County, Florida.
SAML'BL F. DANOW
shevin. Goodman .' Holtiman
Bj : s'ylvan N. Holtsman
Attorne} for Samuel R. Danow
S46 Seybold Itulldlng
Miami S3, Florida
-. S-tO-17-24
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY c.l\ I-7N that
the undersigned, desiring to envage
in business undei the fieiiti.uis name
of ALLS I'ATIOS BONDING CO. at
1727 N.W. 7th Street, Miami. Fla
Intends to register said name with
th.- Cl.rk of the Ciieuit Court of
Had.- County, Florida.
ATKJ8SON .v col.i: INSFRANCF.
agf:ncy, INC
4 26, "':!. W, 17
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREFTY HIV1-TN that
th.- undersigned, desiring '.. ent;:^.
in husin.ss under the fictitious nam
of KEL Ml sic SALES at 193 S.E.
1"th Ct., Ili.il.ah. Fla., iiit.-nds to
register said nan-. With the clerk of
the circuit curl of Ha.I.- County,
Florida.
TONE HisTRiniToRs. INC.
I 26, .".. :. I". i:
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY,
No. 63C 646
REG IN A WILKINSON".
Plaintiff,
\ s
JOHN DONALD WILKINSON,
Defendant.
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
TO: JOHN DONALD WILKINSON
usi s... Hoover Street
l.-.s Angeles 6, California
You. JoIlN DONALD WILKINSON.
are hereby notified that a F.ill of Com-
plaint for Divorce lias been filed
against you, ami you are r.-piireii to
serve a copy of your Answer or.
Pleading to th.- Hill of Complaint on
th. Plaintiffs attorney. SAMFF.l.
FLHTCHKR. 160 95th Street. Miami
Reach 14, Florida and tile the orig-
inal Answer or Pleading in the Office
of the Clerk of th.- Circuit Court on
or before th. 20th daj of May. i"
If you fail t.. do so. Judgment by d. -
fault will i... taken against yon f--r
th.- r.-llef demanded In the Bill o
t 'omplaint.
Tins notice shall be published nnci
each week for four consecutive we.
In Till: JEWISH Fl." IRIDI \N
DONE AND tiRDFJRED at Mtnn
Florida, this tsth das of April, A D.
196 '..
B. B LE VTHERM \N. Cl.rk.
Circuit Court, Dade County, Florida
(seal) Bj : K. M. LYMAN.
Deput} ci.-rk
SAMI'EI. I'l.FT. I Hi:
260 93th Si r.-ei
Miami I'...,. I, i Flo i.i.,
Attorne; foi Pin
4 19-26, 5/3-10
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS IIKRKHY 0IVF:N that
the undersigned, desiring t" engage In
buslnesf undei th.- fictitious name ..t
SIN STATE PAINT AND lloi'Y
8HOP at 1501 N.i;. 130th St., No. Mi-
ami. Fla.. intend t> register said
name wiih the clerk of the Circuit
curt of Had.- County, Florida.
DANIEL I.. MII.I.FR
JAMES R. FITZSIMMON8, si:
Partners
1 12-19-28, -
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN that
th.- undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fh-tltiotis name ol
MOTEL CONSULTANT ASSOCIATFS
at 1100 N.W. SSth SI., Miami, Flo
Intends to register said name with the
Cl.rk of the Circuit Court of Dadl
('..iinty. Florida.
GULF AMERICAN LAND CORP,
Ow mi'
4 I9-2*. B/3-10
IN THE CIRCU'T COURT oc THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN
AND FOR DADE COUN TY.
FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY.
No. 63C 4029
ANTHONY S. Hi >N A To,
Plaintiff,
VS.
LIN A DONATO,
H.-f. ndant. "'
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
TO UNA DONATO
.".2-1 Winkle Ai enue
Jersey City, n.i.
You an- hereby notified that a F.ill
of complaint for Divorce has been
filed against you, and you are r. -
quired to serve a copj of your An-
swer or Pleading t.> the Ulli of <'oni-
plalnt on th. Flaiiitiils Attnraeys
SHEVIN, GOODMAN ft HOLTSMAN.
by ALV1N GOODMAN, 146 Seybold
Building. Miami "J, Florida, and til..
the original Answer or ['leading in
the oifl. .., the Clerk of the Circuit
Court on ,.r before the 80th .lav of
May, 1963. if you fail t.. do so, ju.iu-
ment bj default win be taken atmlnat
you f..r tin- j. li. t demanded in the
Hill oi Complaint
'Flii- notice shall > published nni
.-a. Ii w e. k :. r f -u i .n^.-e itlve vv '
in Till-: JEWISH Fl.oRini.W
1 'one and l (Till : il at Miami. I
ida. this |5th dai ol Aurll.
i: B. I.KATIIFRM.W. l'l. rk,
( i-, nit Com I. I >a.'e i 'iniiili I- lot i
i -. al i By: K. M LYMAN,
SIIKVIN .....-I'll \\ ,v Htll.TZM VN
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"World
* eJewjisli Floridian
Miami, Florida, Friday, May 3, 1963
Section B
Mrs. Firtel to Head Shores Unit
Left to right are Mrs. Leonard A. Wien and Mrs. A. Herbert
Mathes, discussing plans for the Women's Auxiliary of Mt.
Sinai Hospital installation luncheon at the Fontainebleau Ho-
tel on Friday, May 10, when Mrs. Wien will be installed as
president. She succeeds Mrs. Mathes, who served as presi-
dent fc: three years.
Mrs. Leonard Wien to Take
Gavel of Mt. Sinai Auxiliary
.Mrs. L onard A. Wien will sue-.
nod Mrs. A. Herbert Mathes.]
honorary president, who has head
ed the officer's roster of the
Women's Auxiliary of Mt. Sinai
Hospital for the past three years.
Ceremony will be held at the
annul Installation luncheon of the
auxiliary on Friday. May 10. at
in on in th^ Fontainebleau Hotel.
Officer! serving with Mrs. Wien
will be Mrs. Arthur Burrell, vice
president administration; Mrs.
Marvin Silvers, vice president
membership; Mrs. Carl Susskind.
vice president services; Mrs. Yale
N Levinson, vice president ways
and mean-; Mrs. Mickey Michaels,
i hi responding secretary; Mrs.
Lawrence E. Singer, recording
I'cretaryj Mrs. Murray Kern, fi-
i. .ncial secretary; Mrs Samuel
Wiesen, assistant financial secre-
tary; Mrs. Bernard Spector.
treasurer; Mrs. John Owen, par
..Mil 111.: I 'Kill.
The auxiliary has a membership
( 2.300. and 434 members contri-
buted 7.023 hours of work a week
in the hospital during 1962. The
Snack Bar, Gift Shop. Patient's
Library, Night Snackery. and
Baby's Alumni are all serviced by
the group, and proceeds go to-
ward maintaining the Hospital
School of Practical Nursing.
The Auxiliary sponsors a ser-
vice aide course, given periodical-
ly by qualified volunteer mem-
bers, which prepares aides to as-
sist nursing personnel and per-
lorm duties directly with patients.
Over 200 Candy Stripers learn to
crve by contributing their after-
school hours, weekends and vaca-
tion time to duties at the hospital
Proceeds from the auxiliary's
"emembrance Fund cover ex-
penses as varied as taxi fare for
an out-patient to one of the hos-
pital's 25 clinics, an artificial limb
ir hearing aid. clothing for a new-
born child, and other needs of in-
digent patients.
Program at the installation
l.inchcon will highlight a "Merry-
Go Round ol Fashion."' Members
of the auxiliary and their chil-
dren will model fashions from
Harriett Stroke and Junior Bazaar.
Program chairman is Mrs. Har-
ry Smith, assisted by Mrs. Mel-
v\n Frumkes. and Mrs. Arthur
Burrell is chairman of the day.
Shore Unit of the Papanicolaou
Cancer Research Institute at Mi-
ami will install Mrs. Irving Firtel
as president at its annual lunch-
eon at the Roney Plaza Hotel on
Monday, May 6.
Mrs. Firtel came to Mami as a
bride in 1939, and has been active
in many community affairs. She
was a charter member of Temple
Emanu-El and has served on both
Sisterhood and PTA boards. She
served as president and is current-
ly honorary president of the Sister-
hood of the Hebrew Academy. Mrs.
Firtel lives at 431 62nd St.. with
her attorney husband and four
children.
Also being installed with Mrs.
Firtel will be Mesdames Phillip
Schlissel. executive vice president;
Jason Berkman. Edward Lassman,
Jerry Sussman and Herman Stein,
MRS. IRVING HUTU
vice presidents; Kurt Aaronson, fi-
nancial secretary; Abe King, treas-
urer; Paul Allen, recording secre-
tary: Jenny Miller, social secre-
tary; Benn Bloom. Max Gordon,
Max Orlin and Nathan Neijna, cor-
responding secretaries: and Milton
Blum, chaplain and parliamen-
tarian.
Metro Commissioner Chuck Hall
will act as installing officer, and
Mrs. Paul Allen is in charge of ar-
rangements for the luncheon.
Mrs. Firtel will receive the gavel
from outgoing President Mrs. Mil-
ton R. Blum, who has served for
the past two years. Shore Unit has
a membership of 300, and during
the past two years raised some
$32,000 in support of the Papani-
colaou Cancer Research Institute
at Miami.
. u
n
j
by ISABEL GROVE
Beaming proudly. Dorothy
Aronovitz. is announcing her
forthcoming marriage .
*
Janil and Austin Burke. 2218
Alton Rd. hosts at a dinner for
friends, the Ed Sombergs and
Miami Beach winter visitors.
Ruth and Jack Saundc s .
Mr and Mrs. Saundcrs had their
rating stables stabled at Gulf-
stream Park Austin just
named fashion consultant and a
member of the Tailor's Guild of
Rochester, N.Y.. makers of cus-
l n garments for men .
Here from a 10-day vacation at
i Caribti Hilton in San Juan.
Mr and Mrs. William Binder.
!'ll W. 47th Ct.
Gaj and festive bullet parly
siind.i; afternoon in the Mona
Lisa Room of the Eden Roc giv
en by Sir. and Mrs. Max Cohen.
"I the Blair House, lor daugh-
ter Suzanne Sandy and her fiance.
''an Prank Salomon, son ot the
Harvey Salomons The lovelv
blond bride-eleet chose a powder
blue peat! de sole frock with
beaded sequin top Her pretty
mother selecte I white peau
n I Mrs Salomon was
in pfi lace .
The 200 gut si- si the cocktail
' ent festivities divided
their time between the dance
floor and the attractively-deco-
rated tables heaped with tempt-
ing edibles and lavish pink and
red floral designs Among
the well-wishers. Dr. and Mrs.
Judd Breakstone, Dr. and Mrs.
Charles Binder, the Bert Shen-
kels and Harold Shenkels. Rabbi
and Mrs. Irving Lehrman, Mr.
and Mrs. Robert Macht .
Dr. and Mrs. Donald Michnolf.
Dr. and Mrs. Lester Russin, the
Jack Esformes and the young
Joseph Esformes. Mr. and Mrs.
Alvin Cassel. Mr and Mrs. Jack
Silverman, the Kurt Bnfields and
the Burton Kahns .
When the party ended, inti-
mate family group repaired to
the Alton Rd. home of the Salo-
mons Group included the
arandpar- '- of the betrothed
pair. Mrs. Cohen's brother and
sister-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Fred
Stein, and Max Cohen's two
brothers, James and William,
v ith their wives
Sol Weiss an;i Lester Slegel, of
Sand-Ell Caterers, made nulte a
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T tJfewislli Floridian Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY klurne 36 — Number 18 Miami, Florida, Friday, May 3, 1963 Two Sections — Price 20<" \Gurion Outlines Views \T F *& \0n Peace With Arabs, liiyah from the West JKI-.ISALEM—(JTA)—Prime Minister David Ben-Gurion believes kt hi.-: country can achieve peace with its Arab neighbors if Israel is Ide strong, if there is a genuine relaxation of East-West tensions. B if tie Arab states install democratic regimes, in art exclusive interview with Jewish Telegraphic Agency the • e of Israel's 15th annifsary, the Prime Minister re|wed -rael's hectic young lifele, ar praised its present and lire 'i.sks. and analyzed its ^sper*-; for peaceful co-existence it neighbors. He made it >r tl.' the primary factor in lei's security and hope for fuprv.cc was a strong Isry.-l tiii he said, called for conicd migration and land setlent, economic development. Star prowess and prestige in1e essed that Israel would rt-it to participate in a sofuf. the Arab refugee probt'/tn outside the framework I a mourning for President Ben-Zvi, |M i .,11 battle outside a meet| i() military bands were included hen narking Israel's 15th an as the parade passed the review lersi Ten persona were ining stand, but they joined the red he fracas, which, police .,.archers a few hundred yards beMarted when the Naiia, yond the saluting base, in accordpicketing the meeting, Jewish man. The in ded the lour Nazis, four and two Jews. aircraft which included 28 newly acquired Mirage-3 supersonic jet fighters, other aircraft formations and Army helicopters. The threatening weather forced some limitation of the air display Continued on Page 8 A UNITED NATIONS — (JTA) — The Government of the Congo Republic (Leopoldville) is standing b> its previous decision to include Israel among the six nations she bad asked to help retrain and reorganize the Congolese army and navy, it was learned here. The announcement that "we are standing pat" was made to the United Nations Advisory Commit tee on the Congo by Congolese Minister of Justice Justin Mom boko. Arab delegations have objected to the inclusion of Israel in the army retraining plan which called for Israel to train para! troopers for the Congo army,, i At the same time, the Soviet Union has objected to the fact that the other five countries involved in the plan—Canada, Nor' way, Italy, Belgum and the United States would provide only equipment and logistic for the retraining course. If the UN rules that it will not ihorization for New York City to permit the Congo plan to operate enact such a law between Septemunder a United Nations "umbrel( ber l and December 31 ot this la." it was understood that the year Leopoldville Government will proJesuit Mag Supports Fair Sabbath Law NEW YORK (JTA) America, the national Roman Catholic weekly, came out strongly in its current issue this week in support ot a Pair Sabbath law for New York City. The stand was con sidered a major break in the pre viously unyielding Catholic opposi tion to any changes in Sunday laws. The editorial was apparently evoked by the action of the New York Legislature approving auceed with 'he project through bi lateral agreements with each oi the six countries concerned. G:-c inside the Shrine Audiere were unaware of the pftU rjtside between pickets, Jolice • -id bystanders, which laste; -or 10 minutes. Among Ihe c ; jrities who were enterIdimrr a f the meeting were komec -, Jack Benny, Israeli film ( %  %  Ziva Rodann, and ac,e *> • hryn Grayson. be police officers. George ": "inued on Pa.ge 16-A Rajakovic Suspected of Red Spying ROMF (ITM Eric Rajak prove correct, authorities said, this his firm had many cummer„„.,„;. „„„,„ ss .m, r „,u.r :'* d sr, r .rr,,,r ia,,ov c s %  ca w, arrest and being investigated in Vienna on charges ol having been Rajakovic, a wartime aide to the the kev man in the wartime dej late Adolf Eichmann. conducted a j fleas in this city. Venice and UOrtation of 110.000 Jews from Hoihighly profitable import-export; Trieste. Italian security officers ;,,„; to the Nazi gas chambers, la business with headquarters A search of his main office in Milan, police said, has led to fur ther scrutiny of his branch of "The people who stand to benefit most from the Sabbatarian exemptions are mostly Orthodox Jews who religiously observe Saturday as their day of rest," the America editorial said. "To allow them to open shop on Sunday will not seriously impede the Sunday closing laws purpose of keeping one day a week free of business occupations and will relieve conscientious Jews of what they regard as an inequality." The editorial also termed the in I have found in the Rajakovic files proposed Sunday law revision for now suspected oi espionage in Italy on behalf of some iron CurMilan. He fled Milan just before | some documents which seem to New York City "a pragmatic ad< nc of the leading newspapers in be semi-secret communications hutment of the law to meet one 11 Milan exposed him as an Eichbetween th.ex-Nail and certain of the realities of a pluralistic p Xe announced If the charges mann henchman, it was known Communist countries society."



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Friday, May 3, 1963 Je*isti florid for? Page 3-B Jewish Women's Federation Meeting Will Hear Dorothy Krieger Fink "Twenty Fiv? Years—A Community Comes of Age." a panel' i.inducted by leading members of the community, v ill share the I Mrs. Lurie Will Be Hostess Here Mrs. Nathan Lurie, outgoing president of Southwest Jewish] i enter Sisterhood, will host the (meg Shabbat or. Friday night fol-, lowing services conducted by Rab-j bi Maurice Klein. Past presidents of tiie Sister-, hood, who will participate in the ceremony honoring officers and, number; of the board, are: Mrs. Jerome Rifkin, Mrs. Nathan Bcrman, Mrs. David Harris, Mrs. Albert Bier.. Mrs. Alex Marcus. Mrs. Howard Gurland, and Mrs. Nathan Lurie. spotlight with the program and tribute to the presidents of the Greater Miami Jewish women's crganizations at the Federation of Jewish Women's annual meeting ;.nd brunch on Thursday, May 9, at the Algiers Hotel. Mrs. Charles P. Feinberg. chairman of the annual meeting, announced that participants in the panel will be Greater Miami Jewish Federation President Sidney Lefcourt; spiritual leader of Temple Beth Sholom, Rabbi Leon Kronish; and outstanding women's communal leader, Mrs. Dorothy Krieger Fink. Mrs. Anna Brenner Meyers, president of the Federation of] Jewish Women, said that "a special program has been planned for the meeting, and I know that the fitting tribute to be paid to the MRS. CHARltS ftlNBERG leaders of the community women's organization will make this an important event." Invitation to the annual meet-' ing erroneously listed Mrs. Fink' Medical Center Luncheon Slated Seven chapters of the American MeiiiMtt-i^uiter -at Denver are sponsoring ;> coordinated luncheon ar.d professional entertainment Show on Wednesday. May 8, at the Algiers Hotel. Prizes are on the agenda, and will include a round-trip jet flight for two to Las Vegas, plus $50 in spending money. Proceeds of the function will be for cancer research and patient care at the free, non-sectarian hospital. Many Miami residents have been treated and restored to good health at the American Medical Center. Reservations are being taken by Mesdames Fred Perlman, Biseayne Chapter; Leo Rosenberg, as president of Hadassi.h. Mrs. i King Cole; David Bendell, Coral; Meyers noted that "Mrs. Fink is Richard Pallot, Sunrise; Herman a long-time Hadassah leader here, Schoefeld, Greater Miami; Murand long cctive in Zionist afray Levrant, Flamingo; and Ralph lairs." I Hall. Tropical. MRS. DOROTHY KRItGER HNK yrROUND TRIP FARES FROM NEW YORK TO ISRAEL VIA PAN AMERICAN AND CONNECTING JET Fly to London. Pans or Rome on a Pan Anier-.an Jet Clipper—then on to Tel Aviv via connecting Jet. Plus $500.00" Casii bonus it special condition stated %  below 's followed. 2ND PRIZE: RCA Color TV 3RD PRIZE: RCA Stereo in cabinet with AM-FM Tuner and Record Changer 4TH PRIZE: :?CA Black & White TV 5TH PRIZE: RCA Portable Stereo Phonograph 2S PR8Z£S: :?CA Ti jnsis*or Radios NOT A CONTEST! A DRAWING! Enter often as you like I Get free entry blink at your grocers or use. p i piece ot paper. Write your name and aoj'eis clearly and then mail to: Yuban P.O. Box 3700 Grand Central Station. N. Y. \7. N. Y. 2 YOJ may enter at often as you wish, but each' %  ntry must be mailed In a separate envelope. 3 All entries must be postmarked not later than Iught June 30th. and received no later th July 15th. 1963. j 4 Entry is open to all in U. S. except In Ne. braska or where prohibited by local law. Entry is also prohibited to employees of General Foods Corporation and its advertising agenCies and their family members. I 5 V. -ners of all prizes will be selected on Friday. July 19th. 1963. by blindfold drawings, supervised |Ointly by the Israel Office Of Information and the Israel Government Tourist Agency Their selections are final. Only one priia will be awarded in a family. 6 The 1st prize awarded is 2 round trip fares to Israel from New York via your choice of London. Pans or Rome on a Pan American' Jet Chpper. Then on to Tel Aviv via connecting Jet. IMPORTANT: A $500 00 cash bonus will be awarded to the *,nner of the 1st prize if the entry is accompanied with an Instant Yuban label—or with a reasonable drawing of the I Yuban as it appears on the label shown here. \ Prize* will be awarded as stated and winners will be notified by mail. j desire a list of winners, send self addressed stamped envelope with your entry. This sweepstakes is subiect to all federal. Matt and local regulations. 7 8 YUBAN'S JJmi'ofm OFF E FIB IF NOT AVAILABLE AT YOUR GROCERS—send Instant Yuban label %vith name and address to; YUBAN, care of 1ne j cvvisr Floridian, P.O. Box 2973, Main Postoff.ce, Mianu 1, Florida



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Pag* 14-A Fridcy May 1 1363 fM Iffa: ty HUABY MIHPUN Hebrew Textbook Offers Structural Understanding A TEXTBOOK OF ISKAELJ HftftftEW of An. SlftJft 1 R 575ft H L'BIICLUtT of Allfc* ft. frOSCN is leetarer is %  Bgumtses at the and ai of H e a r t* nngaratics ffis new. rather it designed to do what no other textbook of that k*od has vet dene: to enable the student to read, write i apeak moderately dxfficwh aacaefc Baftrew^and also grammars of Classical Hebrew atma*y iftuore modesa grammar, whale Conversational Hebrew grammar; do aot poet oat the 4i f "— • m the usage of Bibhra: Irnb r a w. Mr. Roacai ilhaat proiaan a h tft o n ra l perspective through aaazpsas of ta t eaisaa o al h a gun gr wnuesj-s do tats, the author has IT DAW SCMWAtTZ 6reat Adventure of Learning, to Speak Hebrew JOHM ft. Watson, ot f %  fame, mam-' care far neurosis wasf 1 another language III a mental rut. and a P PtOFESSOK behavionst ta-aed that a coat % %  learaang of lakes TOO oat of neurosis is a kmd of rat. ruare is a new person The need to speak Hebrew adds s* the spice of the great adventure of go inf. to Israel Just to sit in an Israel aad order breakfast in Hebrew Dec foreign News Letler By JOSHUA JUST MAX Fete for Israel Press ISRAELS PRESS '.:anniversary. an aaaiiersary which quite obviously goes beyong marking the day when the first Hebrew newspaper was aahfasbed in the Holy Lane It also marks the dsy whea the revival of the Hebrew language began taking root alongside the revival of Jewish life in the ancient homeland. Both were headed for a long, hat/1 and successful •—struggle. It was one morning in 1K3 that placards appeared on the waBs of Jerusalem heralding the publication of Palestine's first Hebrew newspaper— The Lebanon. The masthead of the new paper was carried in three languages—Hebrew. Arabic and Latin. Below it ran a legend in arresting black type which rivaled the scope if not the terseness of Ereseni-day journalistic slogans. It read: "Heralding the peace of Jerusalem, giving the news of the Holy Land in general, reporting the unknown from the lands of Syria. Yemen and India and the teachings of those sitting before Cod in the Holy Land —everything that a man of Israel is desirous of knowing. Evidently, the Turkish authorities had different ideas on a bat a man of Israel should know for. after only 12 issues, they forced The Lebanon to close. Undeterred, one of its editors—Rabbi Yechiel Brul—moved to Pans where he continued to bring out the paper for 14 years. Simultaneously, the fight for a Hebrew press in Jerusalem went on. One year after The closed. Yoel Moshe Salomon, another of the group of editors, brought out a magazine. Judea and Jerusalem, and a: the same time a second newspaper. Havatzelet, was published by L F. FruaakuL Obstacles from the Turkish administration constantly had to he over c ome But many other problems arose, not the least of which was the opposition of the old Jewish community in J< to whom Hebrew was a sacred trmanr which be used only far studying the Hohj Senptares. The opposition and obstacles that came from these Quarters acre at times mortiffi<^a. to than those emanating from outside the The problems were mintaid. among them the problem of creating a language m which the sews of the times could be reported. There was the need to coin new words, new phrases, in a cf bringing the Hebrew language to life. An outstanding pion e er in this em Sbezer Ben Yehuda, who for over 33 years ed a variety of newspapers and magazines. As the Turks shot down his papers, he would change their names and reappear. Once he was wnirnuce set at Samuel Goldwyn Studios, where he Pleteed the assignment as slightly larcenouInspector LeFevre in Billy Wilder s movie varaiai of the French musical farce which, according to the director, shows we shouldn't outlaw love but rather war. Recipient of the State of Israel Bond Award in 1*C as Distinguished Artist of the Year.' Herschel tells me that he had a most gratifying e*per;e appearing last month before €00 inmates of the California Men's Correctional Institute, i: the title role of a local stage production of "Death of a Salesman. a performance which was madly applauded by the men who didn"t buy their evening -eater with a ticket but their overflowing heart The Freeway Circuit beaded by actors Corey Allen (Alan Conn' and John Shaner also presented two pant* ago the West Coast F"*mre of "Only in America." in which Herschel Bernardi portrayed Harry Golden, a personality be resembles f cally. though he is much younger. Mr. Bernardi. who appears for many Jnauh causes and is a staunch supporter of both the American Jewish Congress and the ADL. deplores lew comedy and night club jokes depicting Yiddish characters as cheap and thrifty. His dignified portray el of Lt. Jacoby established an acting m'xle for detective roles that has remained the television standard to date. His characterization won him the co-eied Emmy Award in 1960 as "Best Supporting Actor. Prior to this role, he had appeared as parole officer in the TV series "VaHtf Wincheli File."' Herschel s Bernardi's professional success Lthe result of many years of hard work Born in NewYork the son of Bernard and Helen Bernardi. he made his debut being carried on the stage in his mother s arms. His first actual recollection of the theatre was a walk-on at the npe old age of three. One of Hollywood's most sought-after "special guest stars. Herschel Bernardi has appeared m Mrtually every dramatic TV show, including 'Dr. Kildare." "Sam Benedict," "Tae Untouchable--." Naked City." -Bonanza," "Eleventh Hour" and "Ben Casey." By BOWS SMOUK Viewpoint of Protestant Textbooks Changes %  JUHAT DO SUMOAY School lesson* inl ^ American Protestant schools aetual-l ]j teach about Jews? Is it passable that! they are a hraar'iag ground for pre;u-| dace? These questions are answered m| r*BJth and Prejudice, a book by Dr. Bernard E. Olson, who conducted al seven-year study of Tnaiai— Caarrftl school materials. Over the seven years.| lesson units from religious school curricula of aU major Protestant %  >aaminitisai. He reveals that the number of negative references to Jews m Protestant Sunday School texts has dediaed considerably m the last few years. With few exceptions, he says. Jews are avore advaatageously arc waUil by Proeducators than are Ca t holi cs This dees not that all Protestant iaranmmatiar present Jews and Judaism in a favorable light The leseaes of many conservative Fuadaaaentahst groups that refer to Jews are rated by Dr. Olson as generally negative. Dr. Olson, who conducted his study at the Yale L'njversaty Divinity School, found that Protestant churcli editors have become increasingly concerned about th images of the Jews they are presenting. Now toosl ol them ponst out clearly that prejudice against other radical aad religious groups violates an essential doctrine of tb* Christian faith. Dr. Olson's findings demonstriu^ tiw it is possible to deal frankly with the issues of confix between religious groups and still present a positive image of others. His study is one of three independent studies of religious education materials which the American Jewish Committee has helped to initiate. A survey of Catholic textbooks has been undertaken at St. Louis University, and a Jewish self-study Is being conducted at the Dropsie College The two UJ* e5 are seeking to establish how outside religious jifoups are portrayed in Catholic and Jewish textbooks F -" n and Prejudice." containing Dr. Olson s findings documented by statistical evidence, has been publ Yale ;ty. I J



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Friday, May 3. 1963 +J*mistifhrkttar> Page 13-A JEWISH MORALISTS Zohar. II, 47a. The acts of the leader are the tcti of the nation. If the leader is |USl the nation is fltiti if he is un%  Uft, the nation too is unjust and s punished for-the sins of the, leader, • • • BaKi Batra, 91. Woe to the ship whose captain hat been lost. • • SanheJnn, 92. A leader uho guides Israel with r humility shall lead them also in the \\'orld-to-Come. • • • Abot, 4:20. The Rabbis hare said. "Be rather .. tail to a lion than htad of a fox." • e • Hagigah. 5. Over three does God weep daily: I ii ei him who it able to study the I Torah and does not: over him who I unable to devote his time to I Ti'rah and studies it. and OVCT the public leader who is arrogant in I leadership. Teacb mnemonics by symbolic and explain bv the method arallelt ( or analogies), A child in hi.i own mind is inI to eAUAjierate his own im^ Sn a.m. Manuel Lul.i I. chairman of adult education, will .speak on "The Weekly 1'ortion of the Torah." BETH EL. 500 SW 17th ave. Orthodox. Rabbi Solomon Schiff. Friday ::!0 p.m. Saturday 8:30 a.m. Sermon: "Patha Of Holiness." Har Mitzvah: Fred, son of .Mr. and tin, Marcos Cohen. BETH EMETH. 12250 NW 2nd ave. Conservative. Rabbi Simon April. Cantor Hyman Fine. Friday 8:U p.m. Quoat spea k er, Barrett M. Rothenberjl", attorney. Topic: i "The Lawn against Anti-Semitism." Saturda) vl.". a.m. Bar Mltsvah: Warren, ran of Mi and Mri Bernard 9 Bernard. BETH ISRAEL. 400 Prairie ave. Orthodox. Rabby H. Louie Rottman. BETH JACOB. 301-311 Washimjton ave. Orthodox. Rabbi %  ibor Stern. Cantor Maurice Matuchee. Friday 8:SO p.m. Saturday fi 30 a.m. I Sei n "The Brave Look Forward." BETH KODESH 1101 SW 12th ave. Modern Traditional. Rabbi Max Shapiro. Cantor Fred Bernstein. Friday 6:13 p.m. Saturday 8:43 a.m. Sermon: "ivuth Create* Hollm 1:10 p.m. Discussion on "Ethics of our ["lathers." Shaloa Seudoa 3:80 p.m. "Are you with Us?" BETH RAPHAEL. 139 NW 3rd ave. Orthodox. Julius Sapero. president. Friday 6:60 p.m. Saturday 9 a.m. e BETH TFILAH, 935 Euclid ave. Orthodox. Rabbi Joseph E. Rackoveky. e BETH TORAH. 164th st. and NE 11th ave. Conservative. Rabbi Max Lip%  chitz. Cantor Ben-Zion Kirschenbaum. Friday fi and R:M p.m. S.rnion: "Are Teachers and Parent! Always Right?" Baa MNrvali: Klaine, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Itinta. Saturday 8:45 a.m. Itar Mitzvah: Harry. son of Mr. and Mrs. Mos.s Braun; Ki. hard, son of Mr. and .Mrs. Milton J'atch. e CORAL WAV JEWISH CENTER. Conservative. 8755 SW 16th st., Miami. Rabbi Samuel ApHI. Cantor Qershon Levin. e DADE HEIGHTS JEWISH CONGREGATION. 1401 NW 183rd st. Conservative. Rabbi Harold Richter Cantor Emanuel Mandel. Friday 8:13 p.m. Sermon: •The Education of the Jewish Girl." Baa Mltsvah: Deborah, duushier of Mr. and Mrs. Harold Simon. FLAOLER QRANADA. 50 NW 51s't pi. Conservative. Rabbi David Rosenfeld. Cantor George Goldberg.. I rlday 1:41 p.m. Saturday I m. Sermon: "Portion of the Week." Bar Mitzvah: Morris Saul, son of Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Kessler. Mincha 6:45 p.m. FT. LAUDERDALE EMANU-EL. 1801 E. Andrews ave. Reform. Rabbi Richard M. Leviton. Friday %  >:!"• p.m. Sermon: "Some Why'a and why Not'a." One* Shabbat hosts: Mr. and Mrs. Morrla Klein, In honor of their anniversary. ISRAELITE CENTER. 3175 SW 25th St. Conservative. Rabbi Morton Malavsky. Cantor Louis Cohen. KYIday S:1S p.m. Saturday 8:10 a.m. Har Mitzvah: Sheldon, son of Mr. and Mrs. Sol Suskauer. e HEBREW ACADEMY. 2400 Pinetree dr. Orthodox. Rabbi Alexander S. Gross. KNESETH ISRAEL. 1415 Euclid av*. Orthodox. Rabbi David Lehrfield. Cantor Abraham Beif. Friday :3."i p.m. Saturday 8:30 a.m. Sermon: "Are we Holy or Holey?" • -— MINYONAIRES. 3737 Bird rd. Modern Traditional. OHEV SHALOM. 911 Normandy dr. Orthodox. Rabbi Phineas Weberman. SOUTHWEST CENTER. (438 SW 8th at. Conservative. Rabbi Maurice Klein. FYlday 8:15 p.m. Sermon: 'The Voice of Sisterhood." Mrs. Nathan I.urle, outgoingpresident of Sisterhood, will host the. Oneg Shabbut. TEMPLE ADATH YESHURUN 1025 NE 183rd St.. Miami Gardens rd. Rabbi Jonah E. Caplan. Cantor Morris Berger. FYlday 8:13 p.m. Sermon: "The Body and the Mind, Their Interdependence." Saturday S a.m. Itar Mitzvah: Min si.n of Mr and Mia. Raymond -Naill. r. Mincha :3t) p.m. TEMPLE BETH AM. 5950 N. Kendall dr.. So. Miami. Reform. Rabbi Herbert Baumgard. Cantor Charles Kodner. Friday 7:30 p.m. Bermon: "The l>ifflciiltles of helm.' a Mother." Hpeclal tribute to mothers In the Congregation. Saturday 11:11 a.m. Bar Mltsvah: Steven, son ,,r Mr. and Mrs Louis l'iilk; Alan. BOD of Mr. and M M.iin !.-.• 11|..\ Hz. TEMPLE BETH EL OF HOLLY. WOOD. 135t S. 14 ave. Reform. Rabbi Samuel Jaffa. I rlday S:13 a.m. Sermon: "Prof. Hannah Arendt and IStchmann." Saturday 11 a.m. Har Mitzvah: Michael Gary, '>n of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Zall. TEMPLE BETH SHIRAH. Suniland Hall. 11539 So. Dixie hwy. Reconstructionist. Rabbi Morris Skop. Cantor Herman Gottlieb. TEMPLE BETH SHOLEM of Hollywood. 1725 Monroe st. Conservative Rabbi Samuel Mendelowitz. Cantor Ernest Steiner. FYlday 8:30 p.m. Sermon: "Warsaw QhettO, 10 Years After." Saturday 9 a.m. Mincha Bar Mitzvah 3:30 p.m. ll.u ry Rubin. TEMPLE.BETH SHOLOM. 4144 Chase ave. Liberal. Rabbi Leon Kronish. Cantor David Conviaer. Friday si", p.m. Sermon: "No Parallel for the Pope's Paper on Peace, Saturday 10:45 a.m. Has Mitzvah: Rochelle. daughter of Mr. and Mrs tbram Baker: Vivian, daughter of Mr. ami Mrs. David bhellst. %  e TEMPLE BNAI SHOLOM. 16800 NW 22 ave. Conservative. Rabbi S. M. Machtei. Friday 8 30 p m Sermon: "Pri Vttlre." Oneg Shabbat hoot: Bleteri> i. served bj Maj Circle. TEMPLE EM'NU-EL. 1701 Washington ave. Conservative. Rabbi Irving Lehrmae Cantor Hirsh Adler. FYlday 1:30 pin Saturday (' am. rial Mltsvah: Miles, son of Mr. and Mrs. Seymour Gopman; Ted, son of Mi -. Bernard W< Inatock. • e TEMPLE ISRAEL. 137 NS 19th St. Reform. Rabbi Joseph R. Narot. Cantor Jacob Bornstein. Friday 5 :i" p.m. Bermon: "Who. in Judaism, Decides what is Right and what is Wrung?" TEMPLE JUDEA. 320 Palermo ave. Liberal Reform. Rabbi Mordecal Podet. Cantor H. Richard Brown. Friday 1:15 p.m. Sermon: "Is the Law a Light?" Saturday 10:30 a.m. Baa Mitzvah: Karen l.ynn, daughter of Dr. and Mrs. I "man Zinner. e TEMPLE MENORAH. 620 75th St. Conservative. Rabbi Mayer Abramowltz. Cantor Edward Klein. FYlday 8:1". p.m. sermon: "Learn to Count." lias Mitzvah: Joy. daugfctei of Mr. and Mrs. Harold (IreenliergSaturday !' a.m. Sermon: "Portion of the Law." liar Mltsvah: Steven, son of Dr. and Mrs. Jack Cantor. TEMPLE NER TAMID. 80th St. and Tatum Waterway. Modern Traditional. Rabbi Eugene Labovitz. Cantor Saul H. Breeh. Friday 1:10 p.m. 1-ouis Cohen will be pr e s e nted with the "Man of the Year" award: Mrs. Fannie Sklar will receive the "Woman of the Year" award. Saturday vt."> a.m. Har Mitzvah Scott, son of Mr. and Mrs. Jack S. I'.enrube. TEMPLE SINAI OF NORTH MIAMI. 12100 NE 15th ave. Reform. Rabbi Daniel M. Lowy FYlday 1:18 p.m. Rnhhl Ixiwy will review "The Slave" by liathshevla Sinew. TEMPLE TIFERETH JACOB. 951 Flamingo Way. Conservative. Rabbi Hyman Gross. Cantor Jack Lerner. Klein. FYlda) 1:15 p.m. Saturday 9 a.m. TEMPLE ZAMORA. 44 Zamora sve. Rabbi Herschel Brooks. Cantor Ben Dickson. Friday 1:15 p.m. Sermon: "Ben-Zvi The I..iss of a Oreat Leader of a CJreat People." Saturday 1:45 a.m. Sermon: "What Can be Holy?" TEMPLE ZION. 5720 SW 17th St. Conservative. Rabbi Alfred Waxman. Cantor Seymour Hinkes. lYiday 1:10 p.m. Sermon: "The Meaning of Holiness." • — < TIFERETH ISRAEL. 6500 N. Miami ave. Conservative. Rabbi Henry Wernick. Cantor Albert Glantz. Friday 8:30 p.m. Sermon: "Whispers." (Inez Shabbat host: Sisterhood. Saturday 9 a.m. Sermon: "The Portion of the Week." VCHUOAH MOSHE. 13630 W. Dixie hwy. Conservative. Rabbi Morton Shalowitz. Cantor Maurice Nsu. Frldav 8:13 p.m. Saturday 9 a.m. Har Mitzvah: Richard, son of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Lies. YOUNG ISRAEL. 990 NE 171 st. Orthodox. Rabbi Sherwin Stauber. i FYlday 6:30 p.m. Saturday 8 a.m. Sermon: "A Holy Nation." Mincha I 6:30 p.m. • 'TEMPLE B-NAI ABRAHAM. 387 NE 167th St. Rabbi Nathan H. Zwitman. FYlday 8:30 p.m. Sermon: "The Moslac Law of Justice—Not. Vengeance." Oneg Shabbat hosted by Sisterhood. Saturday 9 a.m. C U.NDIE LIGHTING TIME 9 Ivor — 6:35 p.m.



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Friday. May 3, 1963 Jewisti Tfcr Mian Page 7-A Temple Youth Set Installation National Federation of Temple Youth Groups of Temple Beth Am i ll have an installation dinner on Saturday, May 18, in the new You** LwmgCT Sylvan* Holtzman is advisor lo the group. Incoming officers are Mnrcia Orovitz, president; Judy Erstling, \ice president in charge of intergroup relations; Leslie Reiken, vice president, intra-group relations; Cathy Joseplison, corres ponding secretary; Leslie Josephion, recording secretary; and Ted Silver, treasurer. Advisory board: Richard Abel, president of the Florida Groups; Larry Glickman, Sharon Bloc -, Lois Lippman and Judy Clein. Executive board: Merrie Bloek(r. Greg Levine. David LeopoK, and Pamela Grossman. Applications are now being accepted for members to attend the Southeastern Federation of Ternl>lc Youth summer camp in CTcv;; land, Ga. At the 320-acre camp, opened by tiie Union of American Hebrew Congregations, summer sessions ?re held for members from all (over the United States, for trailing in leadership and programming. I. At the election meeting of Mt. Sinai Hospital's ing (left to right) are Joseph M. Lipton, treasBoard of Trustees last week are (seated) S. C. urer; David Phillips, assistant secretary; S. J. Levenson, assistant treasurer; Max Orovitz. Heiman, secretary; Leonard Abess and Leonand J. Gerald Lewis, reelected respectively for ard A. Wien, vice presidentsOther vice a third term as chairman of the board and presidents (not shown) are A. I. Harris and president; Dan Ruskin, vice president. StandCarl Weinkle. Orovitz in Third Term on Sinai Board; i Lewis Takes President's Gavel Again Max Orovitz will serve a third dinsecutivc term as chairman of ihe board of Mt. Sinai Hospital, ..nd J. Gerald Lewis has accepted third year as president. Their election by the ncwly-in• lalled board of trustcss and members of the board was held fol.i wing the 14th annual membcr-lip meeting last Thursday evenSlat* was presented by David Catsman, chairman of the nominating committee, and installing officer was Dr. Irving Lehrman, who also gave the benediction. Other officers on the slate are Leonard Abess, A. J. Harris, Dan R. Ruskin, Carl Weinkle and 9 Leonard A. Wien, vice presidents; secretary and assistant secretary. S. J. Heiman and David Phillips; Treasurer, Joseph M. Lipton; and S. C. Levenson, assistant treasurer. Elected as life trustees were | Samuel Friedland and Colonel Jacob M. Arvey; board of trustees.: le-elected, Leonard L. Abess, Isadore Hecht. S. J. Heiman, Howard! Kane. Joseph M. Lipton, Baron del Hirsch Meyer, Hank Meyer, Dav-j id Phillips, Joseph M. Rose, Jacob j Sher. William D. Singer and Carl, Susskind. Meeting was conducted by Lewi is, who gave his annual report, and presented Max Orovitz, chairman of the board; Joseph Lipton, for a secretary's report; and Leonard Abess, for a treasurer's re-> l>ort. Greetings were extended on behalf of the medical staff by Dr. Jesse Halpern. and the executive director's report, in Samuel Gert-j ner's absence, was given by Mar j vin Bostin, associate director. Choral group of the hospital's School of Practical Nursing offered, several selections. Highlight of the meeting was a talk by Dr. Louis Block, hospital consultant, who spoke on "New Concepts in Hospital Planning." Dr. Block, nationallyrecognized hospital consultant on long-range planning, is currently performing a study for Mt. Sinai Hospital. A past president of the Academy of Hospital Consultants, he is (aceof worsliib i WELCOME WAGON HI 8-4994 hibited both a morc-than-a century ok) edition and the modern art! Arthur Szyk Haggadah. The original shape of matzos i was round, and called "Ugos Mat-1 zos." Mechanical and machine age production changed them to a square shape. Colin said that the Goodman company still makes round matzos throughout the year, known as Tea Matzos. Among other shapes and styles, Cohn exhibited a matzo 1 he had obtained in Salonika. Greece, on one of his many journ eys to and from Israel A. Goodman & Sons, Inc., of| which Cohn is president, has been baking matzos for over 187 years. —S.T. U 1 Miller Electric Co. of Miami, Inc. QUAINT CONTRACTING I SERVICE 3905 N.W. 37th Cf. Ph. NE 3-2686 TO SERVE YOU IS OUR PLEASURE Ed. J. Vischi Real Estate in Alt its Uranehen 12486 N.E. 7th AVENUE Phone PL 4-4661 for every occasion better ELECTRICALLY yisit your favorite store M&Ldfit /tameless FLORIDA POWER & LIGHT CO. 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Fridtry. May 3. 1963 + Je*isti§brf(U2tn LEGAL NOTICE Page 15-A NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW .^ NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN vtn.-g • i.. underrigned. desiring to enJSngeTri i..i-nu'tui under the fictitious name of i:\Kll-NJ PRODUCTS, ajt 221". Went • %  fit Avt!., Hlnleah. Florida. Intend In i.gistcr ;.id iinnir with the Clerk of I he Circuit Court of Dade County. I i..i-id.i. JUANITA JOHNSON FRANCES KRAMKR NEIL. OHONIN Utorneys for Junnila Johniion and Ft ar .•-.• Kramer 4/12, 19, 26. 5/3 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that IIIH under-Igncd. desiring to engage In ln-iiH'W under the fictitious name of PINE BROOK FARMS, at 4300 ToU %  ,1,, sri. %  • •. Coral Cabled. Florida, ini.nd to register said name with the Cl. rk of the Circuit Court of Dado cunty. Florida. JULIAN WEINKLK MYKRS, HEfMAN, KAl'LAN d CAT.-'MAN Attorneys for Julian Weinkle 4/12-19-26. 5/3 IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY, No. 63C 3775 T s. GLEASON. .lit.. as.A.lmlnlstrn• >i of V' trrans Affairs, an Officer of 111* United States of America, und hlK su.-eessors in Mich office, and his .i their assigns, Plaintiff, VS. H VROIJ* M. FRAPER, et UJ, et al. Defendants. NOTICE OF SUIT To. IIAROIJ) M. ERASER and HA>RKX('K M. FltASKR 110 -6th Sir.. 1 Cambridge, Massacl m sotta YOU ARK HEREBY NliTIHKP that It suit has been brought against you l>> .). S. GLEASON, JR., as Admlnlsor of Veterans Affairs, an Officer the United States Of America, anil i Iguaoesaors in such office, and his r their assigns, to foreclose a mortgage encumbering the following d.-sl ilu.d art'iierty, to-wlt: l...t If., Hiock 1, of CUTLER RIDGE. SECTION TURKIC, according to tlie I int thereof, recorded in Mat Hook fi". at peg* S."., of the public records of I>ad>County, Florida; "I you are required to file your an-...-r wit'i the Clerk of the circuit Curt of lhtdc County Florida, at the Ci.iirUu.u-— in .Miami, Florida, on or l.efore May IS, IMS, and to serve, a copy of such, answer upon MYERS, HHIMAN. KAPLAN & OATSMAN, I'luintiif -. attorneys, whose address Is Eleven-Fifty liuildinK. I ISO S \V. First Street. Miami M, Florida, on or before sanl date, as required by the i..us of ."orl.la If you fall to do so, the complaint will be taken as confeeeod to you and a Deorea Pro Ooa> feaao will be entered against you for the relief demanded In the complaint. DATED tins iiil, day of April. 1963. i: B. LEATHERMAN, Clerk ..r the Circuit Court, Dade County, Florida I il) By: c P. %  •( IRELAND l leputy Clerk My era, Helmao, Kaplan .v Catsman ElevenFifty Rulldlng l s u Kind Street Miami Florida 4 I2-1S-26, a vWMU BY HENRY IE0NARD LEGAL NOTICE n 'Max, why don't you stop worrying about our Jewish People and their problems, and begin to think about yourself for a change." Cop'. 1949, Dsytnu fr*duci.M IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE 11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA IN CHANCERY No. 63C 4279 (Cullen) BOYD K. HICKMAN, Plaintiff, -V8JESSIK MARLENK HICKMAN, Defendant. NOTICE OF SUIT FOR DIVORCE TO; JESSIE MARLBNE HICKMAN Defendant 1457 Venetian Drive, S.W. Atlanta. Georgia -YOU. JKSSIK MAItbENK HICKMAN, are hereby notified that a Bill of Complaint f. KTW.-*-*, assignees. Honors, credUora, trustees or other claimants i-lain-, ng by. through, under or NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thai the undersigned, dealrlng to enaase in buelnes* under the fictitious name of SOUTHERN CLINICAL LABORATORY al 1463 W'asliinton Avenue, Miami Beach, Fla.. Intend! to reglatet said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. B1SCAYNE UEPICAL LABORATORIES, INC. Lloyd Rotbenberg. Prealdent i;. i; Shouser, Secretan ARONOVITZ, SILVER ft SCHER Attorney! for Btacayne Medical Laboratories, Inc. rt"7 Ainsi.y Did.. Miami. Ma. I K, ". 3. 10. 17 IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. IN PROBATE No. 5*2440 IN RK: Kstate of MAE DANNA 1., cased. NOTICE TO CREDITORS To All Creditors and All l'ersons liavagi;::ran" J o f Th7 K abov!e ,,U n am^ *" ""^^ *"'""' **" .'... %  ....,,,. .. i,. ..,-.. a... ..... a r.si.iic. .... def.'iMiants who are deceased You, are hereby notified that the •.U.vo cuptloned action has been In%  titated against you In the Circuit c.nirt < %  '. the Eleventh Judicial Cn• nit Of F.orida in and for Dade Counts W foreclooe a mortgage upon the t .llowir.fcdescril.eil real porperty: l^.t IS, uioek 4. DIXIE ESTATES 1 UtST ADDITION, as recorded in I'lat Rook 3, Page 3n of the rubInRecords of Dade County. Florida, together with Hotpoint Itance Model Itll 67. Ib.tpolnt ltefrhrarator Model ER11, Hotpoint Washei Model I.II 11. You aro re<|tilred to file your answer to plaintiff's complaint with the •'(.•rk of the aforesaid Court, and ve a copy thereof upon plaintiff's attorney MARTIN FINE 14th Floor Dade Federal BUlff. Miami 32. Florida r "t lat.r than May C. lt!3 or a IVrree Pro Coeteaao will be entered %  galnat you. Datod: April fi. 18*3. E 1! LKATHintMAN Cl.-rk of the Circuit Court By C. L. ALEXANDER Deputy Clerk ^ \RTIN FINK Attorney for Plaintiff l-th Floor Undo Federal Bldg. M'ami 32. Florida 4/12-19-26. S/S NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that [he undersigned, desiring to engage i buainea* under the fictitious name : MEDIA ASSOCIATKS at MM HIs,:,v "" Boulevard, Miami. Horida. in' uds to register aald name with the •ik of the Circuit Court of Dade "untj Florida. i IISCAVNI: MEDICAL R TORIES, INC. i%  • yd Rotbenberc, President R B. Bhouaer, Becretan /. 811 \ 1:1; 1 SCHER 1 foi r. ,yne Medical You nre hereby notified and required to present any claims and demands which you may have against the estate of MAE DANNA dape a a o d late of Ihide County. Florida, to the County Judges of Dade County, and file the same in duplicate and as provided in Section 733.16, Florida Statutes, In their offices in the County Courthouse In Hade County, Florida, within six calendar months from the lime of the first publication hereof, or the same will be barred. Dated at Miami, Florida, this 12th day oi April. A.D. 1963. MARIE DANNA As Executrix First publication of this notice on the lMh day of April. 1963. Kl'RT WKI.I.ISC1I Attorney for Kstate of Mae Dstnna, Deceased HIS Congress I'.hlg Miami, Fla. 4/19-26. 5/3-10 IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY, No. 63C 2953 I HA LKRN'RR, Plaintiff. vs. IRVING LBRNER, Defendant. NOTICE TO DEFEND TO: IRVING I,KRNER lot Wellington Hill St. Mattapan 26, Maasachusetts YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED that a bill of complaint has been filod against you and you %  erre a copy of your defensive pleadings plaintiff's attorney, WOLF. 944 Seybold 32. Florida, and file the thereof in the Office of th are required to answer or other thereto upon RAY.MONO J. Kidding. Miami original Clerk of the Clrlult Court on or before the *t>th day of May. 1963. or a dcrree pro ...in.: -o will be entered against \ on. DATED, this 16th day of April. 1963. B. B. LEATHERMAN, Clerk, Circuit Court. Hade County, Florida (seal) C. P. COPELAND, D.-putv Clerk "4/19-26. ." 3-10 IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. IN PROBATE No. 59093-B IN RE: Estate of CATHERINE A HEADLEY Deceased. NOTICE TO CREDITORS To All Creditors and All Personi Havin-i claims or Demands Againil Bald Estate: You are hereby notified and roquired t.. present any claims ami demands which you mav have naainat the estate ..f CATHERINE A. HEADLEY deceased late of Dade County, Florida, to the County Judges of Dade County, and file the sain.in duplicate and aa provided in Section 7Sl.it, Florida Statutes. In their offloea In the County Courthouse in Dade County, Florida, within six calendar months from the' time of the first publication hereof, or the same will be barred. Dated at Miami. Florida, this 21st day of March, A.D. 1963. HARRIETT DIXON As Administratrix GEORGE NICHOLAS Attorney for Administratrix 61i N.W. 15th Ave.. Miami. Fla. 4/19-26. .V3-10 NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY, No. 63C 276 IN I >EAN ANDREWS, Plaintiff, Vs JOSEPH II. HENNENPENT and MATTHEW K. DICIACCO, Defendants. TO: JOSEPH B. HENNENFENT 22'.3 Herdon Street Woodland Hills. California You, JOSEPH It. HENNENFENT, are hereby notified that a Hill of Complaint has boon filed against you. and you are required t.. serve a ropy of your Answer or Pleading to the Bill of Complaint on the Plaintiff's attorney. MONROE DIXON. I7M Coral Way, Miami. Florida and file Unoriginal Answer or Pleading in the office. <>f the cierk of th.Circuit Court on or before the 27th dav of May. 1963. If you fall to do so. judgment by default will be taken against yon for the relief demanded In the Hill of Complaint. This notice shall be published oneeach week for four consecutive weeks in THE JEWISH FLORID-IAN. DONE AND ORDERED at Miami. Florida, this 22nd dav of April, A.D. 1963. E. P.. I.KATHKRMAN. Clerk. Circuit Court. Dade County. Florida (seal) By: K. M I.YMAN. Deputy Clerk MONROE DIXON 1790 Coral Way. Miami. Fla. Attorney for Plaintiff 4 26. .'.'3. If. 17 LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURTOE THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. No 63C 4366 EVEDYN WEINER, Plaintiff, TO: LOl'lS WEINKK. J' iHf.-ndant. I SUIT FOR DIVORCE TO: LOUIS WE1NEK c/o General Delivery New York City. New York You, LOCIS WEINER. are hereby notified that a Kill of Complaint fol Divorce has beB filed against you. and vira are required to serve a copy of v.KiiAnswer Or Pleading to the Kill of Complaint on the Plaintiffs attornay, BOL ALEXANDER, One Lincoln Road Kuiiding. Miami Beach. Florida, and file the original Answ. i or Pleading in the office of the Clerk of the Circuit Court on or before th. 88th dav of .May. IMS. If you full to do so. Judgment by default will be taken against you for the relief demanded in the Mill of Complaint. This notice shall be pubUahed once .-a. M week for lour oonsecutlve weeks In THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN. DONE AND ORDERED at Miami. Florida, this 23id da) of April, AD 1963. E, i: LEATHERMAN, Clerk, Circuit Court. Dade County. Florida (goal) By: L SNEBDEN, Deputy clerk 5/1, 1". 17. 24 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name of INSTANT AUTOMOH1LB I.IAKIL-1 ITY INSURANCE at 1727 N.W. 7th Street, Miami, Ha., Intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County. Florida. ATKISSON ACOLE INSURANCE AGENCY, INC 4 fit, r./j. in. 17 Inc. I Ml .mi. I M. Fla l". V IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. IN PROBATE No. 59155-A In RE: Estate of JOHN MILTON DIMM. I >• %  eased. NOTICE TO CREDITORS To All Creditors and All Persons Having; Claims or Demands Against Said You are hereby notified and reciuired to pies, in any claims and d.-niands which you may have against the %  state of JOHN MILTON DIMM den-.iM.-il late of Dado l^'unty. Florida, to the County Judges ol Dade Counts, and file Hie same In duplicate and us provided in Section JM.18, 1-l;.i Ida Statutes, in their offices In the t nunij Courthouse la Dad.County. Florida, within M^ calendar months from the time of the first publication her.„f, ,„• the same will be barred. Dated at Miami, Florida, this 4tn da) of April. \ p 1968 MILTON A FRIEDMAN As Executor MILTON \ FRIRDMAN in'sley Uu Siin>. r M NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS 1IEREKY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name of BRANDKIS INVESTORS at 1150 S.W. 1st Street, Miami. Florida, intend to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County. Florida. STANLEY C. MYERS LOCIS HETMAN LEON KAPLAN 4/26. 5'3. in. 17 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious neme of Mrs. M. at Dade County. Florida, intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dad.County, Florida. SEABOARD GENERAL CORP. (a Delaware Corporation) Sole owner 4/2, :. 3. in. 17. NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIOA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY, No 63C 3369 MARJORIK I. MASoN. Plaint If I R< 'BERT II MASON, I i.-f.-ndant. AMENDED SUIT FOR DIVORCE T< >: ROBERT II MASON You, ROBERT II MASON, are hereby notfled that %  BUI of Complaint for Divorce has been filed against you. and you are required to s.-r\.a copy of your Answer or Pleaditm to the Kill of Complaint on the Plaintiffs attorney, NKAI. J, Di'NN. r.n Ansley Building, Miami. Florida and fibtinoriginal Answer or Pleading in the office of the Clerk of the Circuit Court on or li.-Iore the 27th day of May. IMS. If you fall to do so. Judgment by default will be taken against you for the relief demanded in the Bill of Complaint. This notice shall lie published once each week for four consecutive weeks In THE JEWISH F1-OKID1AN. DONE AND ORDERED at Miami. Florida, this 23rd day of April. A.D. 1963. E. B. LEATHERMAN. Clerk. Circuit Court, Dade County, Florida (seal) By: K. M. I.YMAN, Deputy Clerk NKAI, J. DI'NN .'.14 Alnsley Kuiiding Miami. Florida Attorney for Plaintiff 4/56. B/J, in. 17 NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. No. 63C 4351 HELEN ELIZABETH POINTER, Plaintiff, HUBERT I.. POINTER. Defendant. SUIT FOR DIVORCE TO: Hl'P.ERT L. POINTER Address I'nknou n Yon. lll'KERT L. POINTER, are | hereby notified that a KIM of Com plaint for Divorce has been filed against you, and you are required to serve a cops of your Answer or Pleading to the Bill of Complaint on the Plaintiffs attorney, Angelo A All. ISO Ainaley Bids-., Miami • %  ..'. Florida ami fibthe original Answei or Pleading in the office of the Clerk of Uu Circuit Court ON oi before the 27th day ol May, l3 If you fail to do so. judgment bs default will be takfrn relief d< mantled in Ho Bill -'I Complaint. Tinnotice shall be publish! a each week for foui consecutive wei in THE JEWISH I LORIDIAN DONE AND ORDERED at Miami. Florida, this 23i d da\ of April. A D. 1963. K. K. LEATHERMAN. Clerk, Circuit Court. Dade County. Florida Deputy clerk (SOdl) By: C. P. COPELAND ANQELO A. AL! Ill" Alnsley Bids.. Miami 32. Fla. Attorney for Plaintiff 4 26. a S-10-17 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring t" engage. in buslneaa under the fictitious name of Mr M at Dade Cunt.. Florida. intends to register said name with il,,. clerk ..i Fha circuit Court 01 Dade County. Florida SEABOARD QENER M. C< >RP. (., |., lav ..i Col poi fttlon i Sole .-\\ n.r NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY, No. 62C 10844 LOTTIE FEIWil'SON. Plaintiff. NT". CLADH'S FERGUSON, Defendant. SUIT FOR DIVORCE TO: CI.ADIl S FERGUSON Residence unknown You. CLADH'S FERGUSON, are hereby notified that a Bill of Complaint for Divorce has been filed against you. and you are required to larva a copy of your Answer or Pleading to the Rill of Complaint on the pluln tiff's Attorney. LAW OF FICES OF I STANLEY LEVIN B. 900 Southwest Second Avenue. Miami 36. Florida (FR 1-1 RSI) and file the original Answer or Pleading In the office of the Clerk of the Circuit Court on or before the 27th day of May. 1963. If you fall to do so, Judgment by default will he taken against you for the relief .1.-man.led in the Bill of Complaint. This notice shall be published once each week for four consecutive weeks in THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN. DONE AND ORDERED at Miami, Florida, this Hull day of April. A.D. IMS. ED, B LEATHERMAN, Clerk, Circuit Court, Dad.County, Florida Is. all Bj : l< M. I.V.MAN. Deputj cl.rk I..... .in. ..f I St.mli > I.. in.MO Southwest Second Avenue Miami 16 Fli • Ids c FR 1-1681 I Attorn. • '" Intlff Bj L} le l' I... I., in..in l .'•',. 5, S-10-17 NOTICE OF SUIT or ORDER OF PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY. No. C3C 4028 MAX LEWIS. Plaintiff, vs. BELLE LEWIS, Defendant. SUIT FOR DIVORCE TO: BELLE LEWIS 461 Patten Avenue Long Branch. New Jersey You are hereby notified that a Bill of Complaint for Divorce has be) It fil.-.l against you. and you are required to serv. a copy of your Answer or Pleading to the Kill of Complaint on the Plaintiff's Attorney. ALVIN GOODMAN, M6 Seybold Kuiiding. Miami 32. Florida and file the original Answer or Pleading in the office of the Clerk of the Circuit Court on or before the 2wh day of May. U>8. If you fall to do so. Judgment by default will lie taken against vim for tile relief demanded in the Kill of Complaint. This notice shall be published once each week for four consecutive wi • MM in THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN DONE AND ORDERED at Miami. Florida, this 17th day of April. A.D. I'.163. E. B, LEATHERMAN, Clerk. Circuit Court. I>ade County. Florida (seal) By: C. L. ALEXANDER, Depute Clerk ,IAN ALVIN GOODY 34H Seybold Bldg. Miami M, Florida Attorney for Plaintiff 4 I*-46, :./3-10 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engagi In business undet tin fictitious name pf ARROW DENTAL SUPPLY at ltl6 N Venetian wa>, Miami Beach Is, Fla Intends to register said name with the cl.rk .f tinCircuit Court of Dade County, Ploorida HRLENE GLAUBER SKYMOl i; i.i 'Nl >N v : '.-. and .. I u ;, II. i ilauber. 1 12-19-26, :. 3



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Page 8-B "> knUti ncridfiar Friday. May 3.-1963 J^jar >> Scott Benrube Bar Mitzvah of Scott Benrube will be observed on Saturday morning. May 4. at Temple Ner Tamid with Rabbi Eugene Labo\ itz officiating. i The celebrant is a student at Ihe Temple's Religious School and ,.t Nautilus Junior High. Mr. and Mrs. Jack S. Benruhe, 9260 W. Bay Harbor Ter.. will honor their son at a reception following the services Greater Miami Hebrew Free Loan Association was to hold a i eral meeting at 8 p.;n., Thursday, in the Washington Federal AuditoruiiimTni \Va.•.I^^Il^T6n *.tTe.•• Rabbi Solomon Schiff. of Beth El Synagogue, was to be featured .speaker. Isadore Schwarti, who was recently installed for his 11th term as president, said that "this meeting will start the 13th year the Association has been serving the Miami area with free loans to citizens in time of reed." Starting with an initial treasury Of S25 some 13 years ago. the Free Loan Association last year lent out over $15,000 to applicants. "It is significant of the deep affection in which the Association is regarded that in all the years of its operation, all loans have been repaid." Schwartz said, adding that "last year, the Association, for the first time in its existence, was able to raise the limit of its loans to S500." A member of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation, the Free Loan Association derives its funds pure ly from memberships, which are Variety Drive Elects Melniker mod exclusively for loans The Association operates free ,f administrative expenses. All -, r. %  "cei are donated by amittee members and officers. All loans granted at erest free. | FOR YOUR SUMMER VACATION on Ihe = I laic* — Hendartonvilla, N.C., Mountain lake Edg.watar Apts. Wet* wa.or, : Resvrvatont lilaraturr, modem, ulilj. J I MM included. 4717 Alton Rd, Miami I Beach, JE 2-6714. or P.O. Bi, 525 I HENDERSONVIUE, NC j Individualized, Personalized lastruc{ tion by experienced nationally oc i credited TEACHER Or PIANO • ORGAN, ACCORDION for tots teens,} adults. Classics, current. Air-Condi• tioned. Recent student awarded col{ lege scholarship. HI 8-6283 Mra M^^nMww YEARLY BASIS )|P1 Per Month %  ?JI Per Person Double Occ Including 3 KOSHER MEALS DAILY Eve and Terry Sponder Phone JE 10496 Edward J. Melniker has been named Miami Beach area chair%  % %  man of the Variety Children's Hos HELP WANTED—FEMALE pital development program. • t n % f it Part-time. c.ipPD'r comp.intj*3r e As former Chief Barker of the der y woma „ 0 n Miami Beach, also j Variety Club. Tent No. 33, Mel supervise hyoiene and mediation. 'niker "has long been associated phone Sunday om y 9 AM to >u Noon, with* the hospital, winch em M0 1-5024 phasizes "total care" for the ail>>> ***•> a t a *Aa aa* 44aj* ing child. He is assistant vice president of the Mercantile National Bank of Miami Beach, in charge of new business and customer relations, and has been active in the civic, welfare and business life of Miami Beach. He is a past president of the Miami Beach Civic League, a director of Kiwanis. president of the Lincoln Road Merchants' Guild, and vice president of the Chamber of Commerce. Business and Professional Division. Accepting the job of directing the drive on Miami Beach, Melniker said, 'Our out-patient load has grown tremendously—nearly 50,000 a year—and we need more room. We must step up our drive to match the Federation allocs tion by June 6." MALE OR FEMALE COOK Kosher Cooking for Smail Institution. Year Round, Good Pay. Call Mr. Siegel at 532-6491 Ship Your Car Home NO EXTRAS • NO PASSENGERS • DOOR TO D • \'BR CH. of CC MM DEPENDABLE CAR TRAVcl 127 Lincoln Road JE 8-2688 AERIAL SIGN CO. AIRPLANE BANNER TOWING fear Round Gold Coast Coverage Covers Your Selling Area Wl 5-1602 THE JEWISH HOME FOR THE AGED NCfOS H>* ITS THRIFT SHOP All Your furniture. Clothing, Linens, Dishes, Drapes, Eft. PLEASE CALt US FOR PICK UP THE JEWISH HOME FOR THE AGED THRIFT SHOP 7331 N.W. 27t* AVENUE Ph. 696-2101 Closed Saturdays SS,Jr!„r' I H ember f ,he bo^'o* ^e Greater Miami Histadrut Committee, announces his gift of S7.500. which will SnT M r C nStrU 5i i0n of a Kupa. rfolim Medical Center n Israel. Mrs. Lena Mintzes, also a member oi the board ex presses delight at the announcement. A prominon? Solth tor a ner C S e r n!o Uni, Y ^ Mn Min,ZeS kn w pSteK tor her senior citizens endeavor, was resoonsiblp ,iib FJ stein for a S7.500 gift from Metro CommuSS Chufk Hal also used to construct a Medical Center in Israel I AM THE BEST TAILOR in town. 15 yros In Miami. aH ryots alterations for man and women. S. Druck.r, 1 N.E. 3rd. St. Ph. FRanklin 4-1166 FHA-VA RESALES IN PERFECT CONDITION DADE & BROW ARD COUNTY From SlbO.OO flow SbO.OO Mo. AlTMAN INSURANCE i REAL ESTATE 76B NW 3rd St. FR 1-2421 We Handle Inturante of All Kinds



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Page 10-A *Jmisi> fktrxfian Friday. May 3. 1963 a Leaders Mourn Ben-Zvi's Passing Continued from Para 1-A press to Your Excellency the deep condolences of the Argentine Government and people over the death of President BenZvi whose passing marks a severe loss for a friendly country." Austrian President Adolf Schaerf and Chancellor Alfons Gorbach sent to Prime Minister David Ben-Gurion messages of condolence over the death of President Izhak Ben-Zvi. Both Austrian leaders expressed their deep est sympathy. Both chambers of the Dutch Parliament adopted solemn resolutions of condolence over the death of Israel's President Izhak Ben-Zvi. sending cables expressing their sentiments to the Knesset. Israels Parliament. Dr. | Joseph Luns. the Foreign Minister, issued i statement saying "the government of the Netherlands mourns with Israel." All Belgian office buildings and the building housing the Commiss-1 ion of the European Economic i Community flew their flags at I half-mast. Expressions of condolences continued to be brought to the Israel Embassy by manyBelgian and Jewish personalities. The French press paid warm tribute to President Ben-Zvi, lauding him as •the good Samaritan whose home was always open to all. as humble_as they may have been," and as a great and courag:.•.. %  •" •' US Eulogy WASHINGTON' — < JTA t — The White House issued a special statement mourning the death of Israeli President Izhak Ben-Zvi. stating that Americans "share the sorrow of the people of Israel" at his death. The statement said: ••Thi 1 United States mourns the death of Israel's eminent statesman, scholar, and second President, Izhak BenZvi, with whom we have en-1 joyed long and cordial relations. His distinguished contributions to his country and:; his people ensure his lasting I place in their memory, and i his passing will be noted q with sorrow by peoples I around the world who have I kown and respected him for H his gentleness and wisdom. ~\ I We share the sorrow of the | people of Israel in their -J great loss." eous statesman and scholar. Some 30 of the leading personalities of the country went to the Israel Embassy here to inscribe their names in a "book of condolence." Jewish communities throughout the country telegraphed and tele [ phoned their condolences to the Emba>>> Dr. Eugen Gersteinmaier, president of the lower house of the West German Parliament, sent a message to the Israel Govment, and the official Government Gazette in Bonn carried a long obituary recalling Mr. BenZvi's background and achievements. State President C. R. Swart, of the South African Republic, sabled :he official condolences of the Government, and Johannesburg Mayor J. F. Oherholzer. City Council members and members of the foreign consular corps attended a memorial service at the Great Synagogue in Johannesburg. Greetings to the STATE Of ISRAEL on its 15th ANNIVERSARY BELLE'S BEAUTY SALON "Look Best at Belle's" 4087 E. 8th AVENUE HIALEAH OX 1-8746 Air Conditioned I I % % 6IKTINGS to ISKAil M its 15#fc ANNIVtRSARY CEUMATIO* CUI l-EON RKSTAI RANT AUTHENTIC FRENCH CUISINE Best Aperitif in Town Good Selection Imported Wine OPEN 530 to 10 P.M. Closed fridoy (Ample Parking in Reo, 128 N.E. 17th STREET Tel.. FR 4-88J5 Best Wishes to the State of Israel on its 15th Anniversary Stanley H. Wasser, President Wasser Insurance Agency, Inc. 255 University Drive Coral Gables, Ha. Phone Highland 3-5255 Best Wishes to the State of Israel on its 15th Anniversary UOWtRS BEflJ THE MICH REGINA FLORISTS FLOWIK CREATIONS fOK EVERT OCCASION 1669 Coral Way Don Mir$h n Miami 45, Ha. Phone 444-7617 tor rour Si'mcho, Wedding, Bar Mifzvah or Any Othtr Occasion B'nai B'rith Plans 'Dialathon' Judge Milton A. Friedman, chairman of Genera! Solicitation of the Combined Jewish Appeal, and past District 5 president of B'nai B'rith. announced that B'nai B'rith lodges of Greater Miami will hold a oneday "Dialathon" for CJA on Wednesday at the Federation office Board Room. During tne evening. B'nai B'rith members will make an all-out effort to call in outstanding pledges from B'nai B'rith membership and the community, as well as seek : new pledgges on behalf of the CJA. EXTENDS CONGRATULATIONS to the STATE OF ISRAEL on its Fifteen Successful Years of Carving a Democracy out of the Desert ... a Proud Syrnbol of what can be done when Opportunity and Inspiration meet in Dedicated Cooperation. Best Wishes to the State of Israel on its 15th Anniversary "Louie" Aguirre Paint & Body Shop, Inc. Foreign & Domestic Cars FREE ESTIMATES "We Honor All Major Credit Cards" 7111 NW 6th Ct. Miami, Florida PL 7-9681 PL 8-2391 Congratulations to the STATE OF ISRAEL on its 15th ANNIVERSARY Bonfire Restaurant 1700 North Bay Causeway, Miami Beach CONGRATULATIONS to the STATE of ISKAIL on its iStk Amiiverwrry JOE I.I III It 1 IS REPAIR SHOP GENERAL AUTOMOBILE REPAIRING — "Since 1922" "OUR WORK IS AS GOOD AS THE BEST" 3828 NW 2nd AVE. Miami, PL. Phone PL 7-1155 -^ COXGRATULATiONS FROM The Props TO THE STATE OF ISRAEL ON ITS 15th ANNIVERSARY GREETINGS to tho STATE of ISRAU on its IStk ANNIVERSARY A. & B. WINICK Auto Radiator Service SERVICE REPAIRS Alh Work Guaranteed ANY MAKE OF CAR 3218 NW 54th STREET Ph. 635-5337 We ComgrmUilmte the STATE of ISRAE1 •n its 15th Anniversary State Farm Insurance Auto, Life, Fire, Homeowner CHARLES H. BRINKMAN MO 6-3632 7022 SW 87th AVE. WE SALUTE the STATE el ISRAU on its I5fh ANNIVIKSA*' VILLAGE CUSTOM BODY & PAINT GARAGE Corvette Repairs—American Custom Restyling—Sport Can 766 E. 10th STREET, HIALEAH Ph. TU 7-2933 WE SAll/TE the STATE of ISRAU on its J5fh ANNIVERSARY FLORIDA SAFE SERVICE CO. BANK FIXTURES Florida Manuafaeturers of Drive & Walk-Up Windows Night & Envelope Depositories TELLERS LOCKS SAFE DEPOSIT BOXES "Specialists in Bank Equipment" 511 N.W. 72nd STREET PL 7-0982 GREETINGS lo ISRAEL on it. 15lh ANNIVERSARY itOMADAY BIAKERY SHOP "A FULL LINE OF DIETETIC BAKED GOODS'' Cakes Pies Cookies of all Kinds 1040 ALTON ROAD, Miami Beach Ph. 532-2112 CAPE CANAVERAL FEDERAL SAVINGS & LOAN ASSOCIATION ^ P.O. Box 3585, Cocoa, Florida fW PER ANNUM 4 MARSHALL GIUER PRESIDENT CURRENT DIVIDEND. COMPOUNDED SEMI ANNUALLY" Accounts Insured by federal Savings and LOOM Insurance Corporation



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& njj. ovnan s "World eJewjisli Floridian Miami, Florida, Friday, May 3, 1963 Section B Mrs. Firtel to Head Shores Unit Left to right are Mrs. Leonard A. Wien and Mrs. A. Herbert Mathes, discussing plans for the Women's Auxiliary of Mt. Sinai Hospital installation luncheon at the Fontainebleau Hotel on Friday, May 10, when Mrs. Wien will be installed as president. She succeeds Mrs. Mathes, who served as president fc: three years. Mrs. Leonard Wien to Take Gavel of Mt. Sinai Auxiliary .Mrs. L onard A. Wien will sue-. nod Mrs. A. Herbert Mathes.] honorary president, who has head ed the officer's roster of the Women's Auxiliary of Mt. Sinai Hospital for the past three years. Ceremony will be held at the annul Installation luncheon of the auxiliary on Friday. May 10. at in on in th^ Fontainebleau Hotel. Officer! serving with Mrs. Wien will be Mrs. Arthur Burrell, vice president administration; Mrs. Marvin Silvers, vice president membership; Mrs. Carl Susskind. vice president services; Mrs. Yale N Levinson, vice president ways and mean-; Mrs. Mickey Michaels, i HI responding secretary; Mrs. Lawrence E. Singer, recording I'cretaryj Mrs. Murray Kern, fii. .ncial secretary; Mrs Samuel Wiesen, assistant financial secretary; Mrs. Bernard Spector. treasurer; Mrs. John Owen, par ..Mil 111.: I 'Kill. The auxiliary has a membership (•• 2.300. and 434 members contributed 7.023 hours of work a week in the hospital during 1962. The Snack Bar, Gift Shop. Patient's Library, Night Snackery. and Baby's Alumni are all serviced by the group, and proceeds go toward maintaining the Hospital School of Practical Nursing. The Auxiliary sponsors a service aide course, given periodically by qualified volunteer members, which prepares aides to assist nursing personnel and perlorm duties directly with patients. Over 200 Candy Stripers learn to crve by contributing their afterschool hours, weekends and vacation time to duties at the hospital Proceeds from the auxiliary's "emembrance Fund cover expenses as varied as taxi fare for an out-patient to one of the hospital's 25 clinics, an artificial limb ir hearing aid. clothing for a newborn child, and other needs of indigent patients. Program at the installation l.inchcon will highlight a "MerryGo Round ol Fashion."' Members of the auxiliary and their children will model fashions from Harriett Stroke and Junior Bazaar. Program chairman is Mrs. Harry Smith, assisted by Mrs. Melv\n Frumkes. and Mrs. Arthur Burrell is chairman of the day. Shore Unit of the Papanicolaou Cancer Research Institute at Miami will install Mrs. Irving Firtel as president at its annual luncheon at the Roney Plaza Hotel on Monday, May 6. Mrs. Firtel came to Mami as a bride in 1939, and has been active in many community affairs. She was a charter member of Temple Emanu-El and has served on both Sisterhood and PTA boards. She served as president and is currently honorary president of the Sisterhood of the Hebrew Academy. Mrs. Firtel lives at 431 62nd St.. with her attorney husband and four children. Also being installed with Mrs. Firtel will be Mesdames Phillip Schlissel. executive vice president; Jason Berkman. Edward Lassman, Jerry Sussman and Herman Stein, MRS. IRVING HUTU vice presidents; Kurt Aaronson, financial secretary; Abe King, treasurer; Paul Allen, recording secretary: Jenny Miller, social secretary; Benn Bloom. Max Gordon, Max Orlin and Nathan Neijna, corresponding secretaries: and Milton Blum, chaplain and parliamentarian. Metro Commissioner Chuck Hall will act as installing officer, and Mrs. Paul Allen is in charge of arrangements for the luncheon. Mrs. Firtel will receive the gavel from outgoing President Mrs. Milton R. Blum, who has served for the past two years. Shore Unit has a membership of 300, and during the past two years raised some $32,000 in support of the Papanicolaou Cancer Research Institute at Miami. u n J by ISABEL GROVE Beaming proudly. Dorothy Aronovitz. is announcing her forthcoming marriage • Janil and Austin Burke. 2218 Alton Rd. hosts at a dinner for friends, the Ed Sombergs and Miami Beach winter visitors. Ruth and Jack Saundc s Mr and Mrs. Saundcrs had their rating stables stabled at Gulfstream Park Austin just named fashion consultant and a member of the Tailor's Guild of Rochester, N.Y.. makers of cusl n garments for men Here from a 10-day vacation at i Caribti Hilton in San Juan. Mr and Mrs. William Binder. !'ll W. 47th Ct. Gaj and festive bullet parly siind.i; afternoon in the Mona Lisa Room of the Eden Roc giv en by Sir. and Mrs. Max Cohen. "I the Blair House, lor daughter Suzanne Sandy and her fiance. ''an Prank Salomon, son ot the Harvey Salomons The lovelv blond bride-eleet chose a powder blue peat! de sole frock with beaded sequin top Her pretty mother selecte I white peau n I Mrs Salomon was in pfi lace The 200 gut sisi the cocktail %  ent festivities divided their time between the dance floor and the attractively-decorated tables heaped with tempting edibles and lavish pink and red floral designs Among the well-wishers. Dr. and Mrs. Judd Breakstone, Dr. and Mrs. Charles Binder, the Bert Shenkels and Harold Shenkels. Rabbi and Mrs. Irving Lehrman, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Macht Dr. and Mrs. Donald Michnolf. Dr. and Mrs. Lester Russin, the Jack Esformes and the young Joseph Esformes. Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Cassel. Mr and Mrs. Jack Silverman, the Kurt Bnfields and the Burton Kahns When the party ended, intimate family group repaired to the Alton Rd. home of the Salomons Group included the arandpar'of the betrothed pair. Mrs. Cohen's brother and sister-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Stein, and Max Cohen's two brothers, James and William, v ith their wives Sol Weiss an;i Lester Slegel, of Sand-Ell Caterers, made nulte a hit with their catering oi the ele gant part) observing the Baa Mitzvah ol Sharon, daughter ol Dr. and Mrs Jack fRuth) Wolfe He's president ol the State Optometrists Assn TO MOTHER WITH LCVE PEARL NECKLACE WITH JEWELER'S CLASP each 1.99 wonderfully gift-priced — imitation onyx, pansy, cluster stones, lover's knot or pseudo turquoise clasps to match or cor-plement all her ensembles with flair De'igh. Mother with all five elegant styles! COSTUME i/WJ.'R") MIAA I '..' .'.T FLOOR) AlSi DAD I -\ ,.' I MIAMI BEACH I FT / AUDERDALE, V M IH



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tfe UJ< ovnan s rWcM "Jewish Floridian Miami, Florida, Friday, May 3, 1963 Section B m Mrs. Firtel to Head Shores Unit Left to right are Mrs. Leonard A. Wien and Mrs. A. Herbert Mathes, discussing plans for the Women's Auxiliary of Mt. Sinai Hospital installation luncheon at the Fontainebleau Hotel on Friday, May 10, when Mrs. Wien will be installed as president. She succeeds Mrs. Mathes, who served as president fc: three years. Mrs. Leonard Wien to Take Gavel of Mt. Sinai Auxiliary Mrs. L.< Ontrd A. Wien will sue-1 iced Ml*. A. Herbert Mathes. j honorary president, who has head ed the officer's roster of the Women'? Auxiliary of Mt. Sinai Hospital foe the past three years. Ceremony will be held at the annual installation luncheon of the auxiliary on Friday, May 10. at i'<,on in \h? Fontainebleau Hotel. Officer? serving with Mrs. Wien will be Mr-. Arthur Burrell, vice > president administration; Mrs. Marvin Silvers, vice president membership; Mrs. Carl Susskind. vice president services; Mrs. Yale N Levin son, vice president ways and mean-; Mrs. Mickey Michaels, c one? ponding secret a ry; Mrs. Lawrence E. Singer, recording secretary; Mrs. Murray Kern, financial secretary; Mrs Samuel Wiesen. assistant financial secretary; Mrs. Bernard Spector. treasurer; Mrs. John Owen, parliamentarian. The auxiliary has a membership el 2.300. and 434 members contri tinted 7,023 hours of work a week in the hospital during 1962. The Snack Bar, Gift Shop. Patients Library. Night Snackery. and Baby's Alumni are all serviced by the group, and proceeds go toward maintaining the Hospital School of Practical Nursing. The Auxiliary sponsors a service aide course, given periodically by qualified volunteer members, which prepares aides to assist nursing personnel and perlorm duties directly with patients. Over 200 Candy-Stripers learn to erve by contributing their afterschool hours, weekends and vacation time to duties at the hospital Proceeds from the auxiliary's "emembrance Fund cover expenses as varied as taxi fare for ,n outpatient to one of the hospital's 25 clinics, an artificial limb ir hearing aid, clothing for a newborn child, and other needs of indigent patients. Program at the installation l.incheon will highlight a "MerryCo-Round ol Fashion.'' Members of the auxiliary and their children will model fashions from Harriett Stroke and Junior Bazaar. Program chairman is Mrs. Harry Smith, assisted by Mrs. Mel.vn Frumkes. and Mrs. Arthur Burrell is chairman of the day. Shore Unit of the Papanicolaou Cancer Research Institute at Miami will install Mrs. Irving Firtel as president at its annual luncheon at the Roney Plaza Hotel on Monday, May 6. Mrs. Firtel came to Mami as a bride in 1939, and has been active in many community affairs. She was a charter member of Temple Emanu-Rl and has served on both Sisterhood and PTA boards. She served as president and is currently honorary president of the Sisterhood of the Hebrew Academy. Mrs. Firtel lives at 431 62nd St.. with her attorney husband and four children. Also being installed with Mrs. Firtel will be Mesdames Phillip Schlissel. executive vice president; Jason Berkman, Edward Lassman, Jerry Sussman and Herman Stein, nuts. IRVING flRTU vice presidents: Kurt Aaronson, financial secretary; Abe King, treasurer; Paul Allen, recording secretary; Jenny Miller, social secretary: Benn Bloom. Max Gordon, Max Orlin and Nathan Neijna, corresponding secretaries; and Milton Blum, chaplain and parliamentarian. Metro Commissioner Chuck Hall will act as installing officer, and Mrs. Paul Allen is in charge of arrangements for the luncheon. Mrs. Firtel will receive the gavel from outgoing President Mrs. Milton R. Blum, who has served for the past two years. Shore l.'nit has a membership of 300. and during the past two years raised some $32,000 in support of the Papani colaou Cancer Research Institute at Miami. n "Wl£4^ MOT HER S n.\1 MAI u n J by ISABEL GROVE Beaming proudly. Dorothy Aronovitz. is announcing her forthcoming marriage • • Janil and Austin Burke. 2218 Alton Rd hosts at a dinner for friends, the Ed Sombergs and Miami Beach winter visitors. Ruth and Jack Saundc\s Mr and Mrs. Saundcrs had their racing stables stabled at Gulf stream Park Austin just named fashion consultant and a member of the Tailor's Guild of Rochester, N.Y., makers ot custom garments for men Here fiom a 10-day vacation at the Caribc! Hilton in San Juan. Mr and Mrs. William Binder, i'll W. 47th Ct. Cay and festive buffet part) Sunday afternoon in the Mima Lisa Room of the Eden Rue giv en by Mr. and Mrs. Max Cohen, f the Blair House, for daugh ter Suzanne Sandy and her fiance. Alan Frank Salomon, son Ol the Harvey Salomons The lovelj bloiul bride-elect chose a powder blue pean de sole frock with beaded sequin top Her prettj mother selected white peau, and titian-haired Mrs Salomon \\J~ in pink lace The 200 guests at the cocktail engagement t. stivitiet divided their time between the dance floor and the attractively-decorated tables heaped with tempting edibles and lavish pink and red floral designs Among the well-wishers. Dr. and Mrs. Judd Breakstone. Dr. and Mrs. Charles Binder, the Bert Shenkels and Harold Shenkels. Rabbi and Mrs. Irving Lehrman, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Macht Dr. and Mrs. Donald Michnolf. Dr. and Mrs. Lester Russin. the Jack Esformes and the young Joseph Esformes. Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Cassel, Mr. and Mrs. Jack Silverman, the Kurt Enfields and the Burton Kahns When the party ended, intimate family group repaired to the Alton Rd. home of the Salomons Group included the grandparents of the betrothed pair. Mrs. Cohen's brother and sister in-law, Mr. and Mrs Fred Stein, and Max Cohen's two brothers, James and William. with their wives • S'>| Weisi and Lester Siegel. Of Sand-Ell Caterers, made nuite a hit with their catering of the elegant part> observMiy the lias Mitzvnh ol Sharon, daughter ol Dr am! Mrs Jack I Ruth) Wolfe He's president ol the State Optometrists Assn TO MOTHER WITH LCVE PEARL NECKLACE WITH JEWELER'S CLASP each 1.99 wonderfully gift-priced -imitation onyx, pansy, duster stones, lover's knot or pseudo turquoise clasos to match or complement al her ensembles with flair DeMgh. Mother with all five elegant styles' • | FU %  '•./ S< \ ,'D MJAMJ HI ACH I FT. J .: %  \ I -• %  I iCH



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Pogw 12-A JMdb nur*mYm Friday, May 3. 1963 S3". \i Beth David Spiritual Leader Off to Confab Rabbi Norman X Shapiro, spiritual leader of Beth David congregation, will participate in the 63rd .nnua! convent .on of the Rabbinical Assembly, international association of Conservative Rabbi*. May 5 to 9 at the Pioneer Country Club. ; Greenfield Park N V Theme of the conclave will be %  vish Tradition and the Con porary World." In con> of the Rabbinical Assembly. Pallot Takes Part in Confab Rabbi Solomon Schiff (right), spiritual leader of Beth O Congregation, admires Israel-made timepiece presented to him by Hyman Chabner, president of Beth El Congregation. Beth El Honors Rabbi Schiff Albert Pallot, a national governor of the B'nai Birth Supreme Lodge, participated in a threeday State Convention of the fraternal order last weekend in Day-i tona Beach. Theme of the convention was "Building B'nai B'rith Through Community Service.'* The meet ir.g of men's lodges and women's chapters marked the 27th year of statewide civic, educational, cultural and interfaith activity by the international service organization, according to Charles Seiavitch, of Miami, president of the State Federation of Lodges. Pallot is a past president of Miami's Sholom Lodge, and District Lodge 5, which embraces seven southeastern states. He is also a past master of Hibiscus and Coconut Grove Masonic Lodges, a past exalted ruler of the Miami Elks, former chairman of Miami's Beautification Committee, and an honorary life member of the Miami Junior Chamber of Commerce. He is president of Biscayne Federal Savings and Loan Assn. y Israel Program On Television A panoramic dramatization of Israel's 15 year? of statehood was nted on the "Still Small Voiie". program last Sunday morning, from 10 to 10:30 over Ch. 7. Host and moderator of the program was Rabbi May er Abramowitz. spiritual leader of Temple Menorah. and chairman of the Greater Miami Rabbinical As.ition Israel's Independence Celebration Committee. Climaxinc the program was a brief round-table discussion featuring Leonard Rosen, incoming chairman of the Greater Miami Is r^el Bond Organization, and Mrs Anna Brenner Meyers, incoming men's Division chairman, both >hom were inaugurated Sun.'it at the Israel Independence Day Dinner here. Congregation and Sisterhood of j Beth El recently held a testimon-1 ial dinner in honor of its spiritual leader. Rabbi Solomon Schiff. I The dinner was given "in appreciation of Rabbi Schiff s devotion .-nd service during the five years he has been with Congregation Beth El." President of the congregation, Hyman Chabner. presented Rabbi Schiff, on behalf of the congregation, with s wall timepiece, fashioned and designed by leading Israeli artists, featuring the insignias of the 12 tribes, as hour markers. He also presented Mrs. Schiff with a corsage. As • highlight of the occasion, Rabbi Schiff received a renewed contract for the coming five years. Greetings were offered Emanu-EI Men Slate Election Temple Emanu-EI Brotherhood will hold its annual election meet; -. on Sunday morning at a 10 a.m. brunch in the North Branch Bldg.. 77th St. and Dickens Ave. In addition to election of officers and directors for 1963-64 term. Michael Sossin. president. will give a report on the National Federation of Jewish Men's Clubs ention. Slides and tapes on Lincoln Rockwell and his neo-Nazi activities in America will be shown by Rabbi David Shapiro, of Hollywood, outgoing president, to Rabbi Schiff, new president of the Rabbinical Association of Greater Miami. Dinner committtee consisted of Hyman Kam. chairman and first v.ce president: Hyman Chabner. president; Phihlip Berkowitz, honorary life president: Ben Boskin. second vice president; Abe Chief, former president: Mrs. Jack Shapiro. Sisterhood president; Mrs. Max Rappaport. first vice president: Mrs. Rose Seigal. second vice president; and Mrs. Joseph Rotenberg. executive secretary' of the congregation. Rev George Goldberg served as toastmaster. "^ REGULAR MEETING OF THE Israelite Center The Traditionally Conservative Synagogue in South West (3198 S.W. 24th Terrace) TUESDAY, MAY 7, 1963 at 8 P.M. WORLD FAMOUS ENTERTAINER COUNT SASHA LE0N0FF "Master of Artistry and Humor" REFRESHMENTS FREE ADMISSION Come and Bring Yeer Frimds ALL ARE WELCOME! X taaa OAOC IOULIVARO MIAMI IfACH. FLOMIO* JlmnoN 2-B2 LAMMIC m. u' ;• !f A GELB MONUMENTS INC. 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Vtarr new Out 0' Towr Upor Fteauea' The German Dilemma t MA/ -ERNER V oiurn* 3t Friday Men3 196C E ivtr 5^21 Numoe The Soviet-Israel Contest in Africa TIM jE>ovie Quiau i exceotioi tc tn* Congo: aecnuoi. tec h roe. wil nan. ner noons ii c: aiteresunr ont TnConac r.a: announce; c tm Uaitac Naucuu tha snt israe. rr.llr.arexperts tc se neserv orae c -'. D C u Cj : sw. aes:ci:Cif: DCdi j' DDwei. wB aisc ix recuestt-: lacfanica u: 01 sterru -jnct ---k ix Dernutte: ntr uewiv-emergmc Ailiuaj Bras lone eroeliec aurinc tne fatttM es day] c tin Lyngc-Laiangc Btruggk V.'nereve: in* Sovie "Jmoi. ra: sen; instructor?' one ah.cia o: tecnnica. envov: o: ont torn oanotne: inert tne cito ae. o: Commurusn. car. n ,Kr rornen unres leercknc tc striK Tat Conge oecuuoi. n more tnar c simple recogniUor o: tnn iac: 1: is tne lamout hoosevei' piaaue or notx. vour nouses' reacuor. tc the EosWes cole wen i is tne recogniuor. n. israe tna israe. is iise nerseb c new natioL BUJwnnr al. tut prooiemf me searcninc rcr rr*eion n. c ec o: ionQ-Btandinc ryrannief nnr premdrctji conunualit sufie: 1" n tnt unaexsteuiciinc tna israe. nai tnt mos tc afae: necauBt snt warm tnt teas n retur: ror ne: assistance — menasnir ratne: tnar alliance. Sometime age n. tnese coiumni. we notec tna tn Sovie' Uniot anc israe. are n. c very rea struggle to: recogniuor. amonc tne nev% Amcai. natiom. Seei or. iu tact tnn mat nave appearec strange fo no car c iuc> aernau: anc c Ton. Tnumr oe pittec aacnns one anotner at comneUtori-' Tne Conge aecisioi weL illustrates our earner SUDPOSIUOL — 6HT HD AZ~J~~~Z BAOj nour JFCS-Beth Am Program Tne congregauor tc wnici. yov oeionc a many tnmgs. Tne raou. amonc otnen. n irecruentn c reposttorto: aeei persona, coni.aeucoL c lountainneac o: soirrtua. guiaance anc c source o: manta rmr mu n counselrnq ir. recogniuor. o: tnt comemporartaeve. onmen' tna' rnan o" tnewe laceu o: nii activity consbtate tue tota oroiessiona compemice of hie weL-trainec socia w o rsg: c uniqueprogran u Beaioamiouncec nert — c aemonstro Uot progran. XMiiwuei. iewist Family rmc CnLarw. i Servioe anc Tempte Betr Ait tc provio* Kimi'ty counseknc services to 1emp*e congrtAL recognize tne cioee alliance bei w eei. tne aim? o' c House o~ Groc anc tne mainteiianct or wnojesome laminreaDruonsnipe ir. tne Ttrrm^ Q? emOtlOUallt' SOUUC 'Tirii tr iniTfTH: rm~ o aealtn-t community. bu" tne complexity oi toaay t woric suogesu equally compiej persona, anc ramiiy proDiemi tna car. be ireguentrv near nandiec by tnose specrbcali^ trainee to do so. ieavnic tne congregatiar anc its spintua ieaaetree to cope witi. tne manifoic sprntuai-reiigioui meai tor wnicr. me:, are always seemnr ru> ulbxaen*. JFCS aeservei praise to: tne initiative r bo* taker, n. inn regard Temple beti Art iu otticen spirrtua. leaae: cue memnersrnr a ee ervc nnitfTT praise The Equal Footing Fallacy Tne cicmr betweei. jewf one Nazuir Los Angeiei i cenamry ont o: tne mos Ditter recoraec tc aate Tnt sac tbinc anou'. i: — nice aL tne conrrontationi netweei. tberr. reponec tout rar — is tiur tney are viewec. s\tne Dresi or. ox egual loounc Tne Nazu are no' srmpitideoiogica QB> ponenu o: tewisr. nentaae nistor-> pniiosoprrradiuor. o: custom Neitne: are tnetmere pouuea. aaversarie* tc ne lsoiatec rron tne mennsrrean. o: Arnencc lite anc rename c OJ c curiosity. butnn b novr tne press report* h one aimos aiwavE witi. tne met*i:anje nnpbcauor. "I: wiL ne mteresunc tc see wbc v.-im. Time was wner. tne createsoenatf ;r Amencar. roreigi. poiirtreva.'vec tttoaaA :.*ie issue o: lsoianoaisrr %  oollaettvv aaaiXiM Tnawas netore Wane 1 ar Q P MH S: .; noi tc nave iearnec tne lessar. a: time Wm seen. stiL no: tc hcrve iearnec tnaa kftM agains: the neeaorr. a: one o: us c nlc aacnns: aL. Law Day, ILSX GOT Bryanhat proclaimed Mcy '. as Law Day TJ.SA. m Fianaa and Grwate: Miam. this weel nnec tne natior. m aaMnonstra unc to tne wane ttt iaitt IT. the supremoc-r at the law at cantrastec witr. the oppresssor. at tne indrvidnal in land? where mer. have M tc tastt the sweat imfc a: treedarr. Law Day TJ.SA., has been .->rt*ert-ec annuaby or. May | since 1956 anc thr Conor*** twe yoars ago dssionatec the ceiehrntior. a* c specia. occasior. or. which the Amn.\ir. ;wpie n. appreciatiac o: then hentaoe rededi.Mtr themselves to the ideals o: equality an.-. ksjKjM Leus or. 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Friday, May 3. 1963 fJfMisMvridkJW Page 7-A Temple Youth Set Installation National Federation of Temple Youth Groups of Temple Beth Am will have an installation dinner on Saturday, May 18, in the new VuuMw Lounge: Sylvan Holtzman is advisor lo the group. Incoming officers are Ifarcia Orovitz, president; Judy Erstling, vice president in charge of intergroup relations; Leslie Reiken, vice president, intra-group relations; Cathy Joseplison, corres ponding secretary; Leslie JosephEOB, recording secretary; and Ted Silver, treasurer. Advisory board; Richard Abel, president of the Florida Groups; \ Larry Glickman, Sharon BkM [ Lois Lippman and Judy Clein. Executive board: Merrie Block(r, Greg Levine, David Leopold, and Pamela Grossman. Applications are now being accepted for members to attend the Southeastern Federation of Temple Youth summer camp in ClfiV ; land, Ga. At the 320-acre camp, opened by j the Union of American Hebrew Congregations, summer sessions pre held for members from all \ over the United States, for trailing in leadership and program* r.iing. At the election meeting ol Mt. Sinai Hospital's ing (left to right) are Joseph M. Lipton, treasBoard ol Trustees last week are (seated) S. C. urer; David Phillips, assistant secretary; S. J. Levenson, assistant treasurer; Max Orovitz, Heiman, secretary; Leonard Abess and Leonand J. Gerald Lewis, reelected respectively for ard A. Wien, vice presidents. Other vice a third term as chairman of the board and presidents (not shown) are A. J. Harris and president; Dan Ruskin, vice president. StandCarl Weinkle. Orovitz in Third Term on Sinai Board; Lewis Takes President's Gavel Again Max Orovitz will serve a third i ailed board of trustcss and mem1 en of the board was held following the 14th annual membernip meeting last Thursday evening. Slat* was presented by David Cattman, chairman of the nominating committee, and installing officer was Dr. Irving Lehrman, who also gave the benediction. Other officers on the slate are Leonard Abess, A. J. Harris, Dan B. Ruskin, Carl Weinkle and Leonard A. Wien, vice presidents; -i-cretary and assistant secretary. S. J. Heiman and David Phillips; 1-easurer, Joseph M. Lipton; and S. C. Levensoo, assistant treasuri er. Elected us life trustees wercl Samuel Friedland and Colonel Jacob M. Arvcy; board of trustees, I le elected, Leonard L. Abess, Isadora Hecht. S. J. Heiman, Howard j Kane, Joseph M. Lipton, Baron de, Hirsch Meyer, Hank Meyer, David Phillips, Joseph M. Rose, Jacob j Sher. William D. Singer and Carl j Susskind. Meeting was conducted by Lew-j is, who gave his annual report,! and presented Max Orovttz, chair man of the board; Joseph Lipton, for a secretory's report; and Leonard Abess, for a treasurers rcjwrt. Greetings were extended on be iialf of the medical staff by Dr. Jesse Halpcrn, and the executive director's report, in Samuel Gertner's absence, was given by MarVia Bostin, associate director. Choral group of the hospital's School of Practical Nursing offered, several selections. Highlight of the meeting was a talk by Dr. Louis Block, hospital consultant, who spoke on "New Concepts in Hospital Planning." Dr. Block, nationallyrecognized hospital consultant on long-range planning, is currently performing • study for Mt. Sinai Hospital. A past president of the Academy of Hospital Consultants, he is < lie of the original group in the development of the Hill-Burton program, involving Federal assistance to hospitals in new expansion. Dr. Block has had three books published, and is president | of Louis Block and Associates, Hospital Consultants. LAST 2 DAYS TO REGISTER FOR CITY OF MIAMI BEACH COUNCIL ELECTION, JUNE 4, 1963 BOOKS CLOSE MAY 4, 1963 YOU MAY REGISTER AT City Hall, 1130 Washington Ave. 9:00 A.M. to 9:00 P.M. 425 Arthur Godfrey Road 9:00 A.M. until 4:00 P.M. — May 3 9:00 A.M. until 9:00 P.M. — May 4 301 71st Street 9:00 A.M. until 4:00 P.M. — May 3 9:00 A.M. until 9:00 P.M. — May 4 TELEPHONE JE 1-6041, Ext. 59 for further information R. WM. L. JOHNSON, City Clerk Goodman Chief Stars on TV In a discussion of the meaning Dd symbols of the Passover season, its significance, and the evoution of matzos in their varied forms, shapes and methods of production during the past few hun%  red years, Erich Cohen and Joe ranklin held forth on a recent iMtiklin "Memory Lane" tele\ ision program in New York. Tied in with the discussion was i lie showing of a number of famous iiiioom Haggadahs. Cohn, who a collector of such editions, exAttend services tEis week hibited both a more-than-a century old edition and the modern art! | Arthur Szyk Haggadah. The original shape of matzos, was round, and called "Ugos .Mat zos." Mechanical and machine age production changed them to ', a square shape. Cohn said that the Goodman '. company still makes round mat zos throughout the year, known as ; Tea Matzos. Among other shapes and styles, Cohn exhibited a matzo he had obtained in Salonika. Greece, on one of his many journ-] eys to and from Israel A. Goodman & Sons, Inc., ofj which Cohn is president, has been, baking matzos for over 187 years. —S.T.i Miller Electric Co. of Miami, Inc. QUALITY CONTACTING t StKVlCt 3905 N.W. 37th Ct. Ph. NE 3-2686 BATTERIES for ALL AMERICAN and FOREIGN CARS Export* on Starter and Generator Repairs BATTERIES — GENERATORS — STARTERS HI-VOLT BATTERY INC. SALES & SERVICE at Home or On the Road 1850 N.W. 7th Avenue FR 9-3451 8345 S. Dixie Highway MO 1-5357 Bikur Cholim Convalescent Home 310 COLLINS AVE. JE 2-3571 MIAMI BEACH'S ONLY KOSHER NURSING HOME and HEALTH CENTER OFFERING THE NEWEST APPROACH Total Care — A Concept geared to Combine Social, Spiritual, Medical Needs of the Individual for the Aging, Recuperative, and Chronically III. A CHEERFUL HOME OF WARMTH WITH EVERY CONVENIENCE INCLUDING ELEVATOR, TELEVISION, ETC. SIDNEY SltGtl, Executive Director (Formerly Ass't. Director of the Brooklyn Hebrew Home & Hospital for the Aged, Guarantees "UNDERSTANDING CARE") WELCOME WAGON HI 8-4994 TO SERVE YOU IS OUR PLEASURE Ed. J. 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Friday. May 3. 1963 vJewlstflcridrian Page 11-B lertz to Try : or City Council Ha) Hertz, local advertising i;U>jt, has qualified as a cant( in the June 4 Miami Beach Hty Bouncil election. Her?: was defeated by only six c .T i his 1961 bid for the counA three-time president of the Lincoln Road Merchants Guild. lertz supporters credited him with fine creation of the imaginative beob Hoad Mall." Hertr. executive vice president ll the Hal Winter Co., Inc.. said le will base his campaign on "Miimi's Beach's urgent need for treat.y increased tourism and |onv<: : n programs." A resident for more than 20 I years. Hertz hat made study missions to 23 other tourist areas during the past several years. (His supporters say "he has be[com* a recognized authority on [tourist promotion for Florida and me entire region. During his vrsits to numerous Caribbean and Latin American countries, he met with top government [tourist officials." It if time," Hertz said, "for Lliami Beach to have a represenjative <•-. council who is skilled in |rlverti>-ing. tourist promotion and busint-management." Hertz said that 'the past two jnntcr seasons, athough highly mccesMul at their peak, have been ar too short to enable the averse bjsinessman to make a delent return on his investment." Heru supporters declare that fct almost singly handedly took the kr.tire council to task when it increased the tax roll unnecessarily nd without justification by some B.700,000. This fight was successjl and v.eeks later there was a tax sllback of $7,200.000." Hertz says "I fought for a new public library. Largely through ay efforts this was approved by se freeholders in a subsequent kond ejection." He was also "the brimt booster for mobile libraries funds for Religious School Funds raised at the Temple Zaniora Brotherhood spring dance. -i>onsored by the group on Saturday evening, -May 11, at the Temple Social Hall, are for the scholarship program of the Temple's Religious School. Chaired by j living Simons, the affair will include presentation of gifts ranging from a television set to elec: trie tooth brushes. LEGAL NOTICE LEGAL NOTICE H41 HERTZ for the ailini? and children in outlying areas." Hertz lives with his wife. Ethel, and their two children, Steve and Pixie, at 5720 Alton Rd. Active in Miami Beach civic affairs. Hertz is a member of the President's Council. Ad Club of I Greater Miami. Civic League, : Chamber of Commerce, Elks. ; Moose, B'nai B'rith, Miami Beach Senior Citizens, and Temple Beth Sholom. LEGAL NOTICE LEGAL NOTICE IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, c L.OR.DA IN PROBATE No. 59282-B. |\ UK :• %  .,:. ..i U JAM SHANE I... .. -. .! NOTICE TO CREDITORS % %  All •:. lllti Ml Person, i (a c. Demand* Against >.i-i I '.it. hereb) notlfli ii ami n • %  -.in an. claim* ami deh you mn.v have agnlnet • •. • u 11 I.I AM SHANK il. '-• %  !.> %  • "i I Mil.County, Florlua, %  tluCounty Judge* of Dade Counitnd :..• ill.same in duplicate ami provided in .-.. ii.. II 718.18, Florida 'int.', in theli office! III ill.CounCourtl ise in Dade County, Flor. win.: i e|g calendar months from tli ( ih.in.-i publication berenr in. pam will be barred. .• % %  : .<: Miami, Florida, Mill 10th % %  : ^ il. A.n tea NORMAN A SHANK As Kxi cutor II %  ( .• %  ALBERT I. WEINTRAL'B |A JAY CRI8TOL Is. ourttj Trust Btdg. I-Maiii, s, Florida \. J. i 'rlatol • torm Ebi< cutor :. 3-10-1T-S4 NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. No. 63C 4719 I'.HRTA M. MAC 11 IN. Plaintiff, ARMANDO MACIilN, Defendant. 8UIT FOR DIVORCE To: ARMANDO MACHIN .ii*.". AIIIIIIIH.U Avenue N.w Fork City, New York Ton, ARMANI •(> MACHIN are ; hereby notified thai a Hill >.f Complaint for Divorce ha* been filed [against you. and you ar*required to serve a copy .f your Anawer or Plead, Ins in the Bill "f Complaint on the Plaintiff attorney, Sanfi.nl I.. Muchnick. 250 71st Street, Miami Beach 41. Florida ami fit.the original Answer .r Pleading in tlu* office f the J Clerk of th.Circuit Court on or befor.. Hi. Srd da) of June, 1*88. if you fall t.. r four consecutive weejts* In TIIK JKWlsll 1 UlRIDIAN. DONK AND ORDKRED at .Miami. Kloi Ida, this 1st daj of Ma;. \ i • 1963 E. B. LEATHERMAN, oi, rk, Circuit Court. IHide County, Florida 11} K M IA MAX, i % %  i ty Clerk ''-17-21 / hope Grandma likes my flowers Dignified, beautiful and reverently cared for surroundings for our departed loved ones am %  source of very real comfort to alt MIAMI E> AHOCOMMUNm MA •n.-ini,,,,^,, MO 1-7693 NOTiCE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. No. 63C 4716 M IRJORIE 8CZANNE REIS, Plaintiff, Vs. I RBI • W REIS, Defendant. SUIT FOR DIVORCE TO: FRED IV. REI8 c o Stanley Blrotln An. do Vafmont 20 Lausanne, Swltserland. You. R.:n w. REIS, are hereby notlfU-d that a Hill of Complaint for Divorce has hecn filed against you. ami you are required to serve a copy of your Anawer or ri. -ailing to the Hill of Complaint on the Plaintiffs attorney, Snnfn.il I.. Muchnlck. <• .. Htnlar A Muchnlck, ISO 71st Street, Miami Beach 41, I torldo and rile the original Answer or I'leadinK In th.' office of th,Clerk of th.. Circuit Court on or before the Srd day of June, IMS. If you fall to do so. jmlmiu.iii by default will I..taken against you for the relief demanded in the Hill of i 'omplaint This noli..shall be published once each week for four consecutive weeks in TIIK. JEWISH FLOR1DIAN. DONE AND ORDERED at Miami, Florida, this 1st day of May. A.D. ii..)::. K B. LEATHERMAN, Clerk. Circuit Court, l'a.i.-County, Florida (aval) B> K. M I.VMAN. Deputy Clerk .". ;i-m-17-24 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY tllVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage II business under the fictitious names of BAY TERRACE ami BAY TERRACE ASSOCIATES at 12511 West ki'ptine, Miami Bench, Florida, Intend io register .-.ml tinmen with the ,. k >.| in." 'in nit Court of 1 lade County, Florida. MARVIN KLEIN BARNETT OUTHARTZ MARTIN FINE Attorne) tor Applicants 14th floor, Dade Federal BIdg, Miami 82, Florida C/3, 1". 17. 21 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage it business under the fictitious name of PALMETTO FARMERS' MARKET at 7->"i N.W. lOSrd atreet, Hlaleah Gnrdens, Florida, Intend to register said name with thClerk of th.Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. LOCHKT or FLORIDA. INC RICH-MILL OF FLORIDA, INC. JAY-BET CORPORATION inn", inii'ont Plaaa Center, Miami 82, Florida WAI.TMAN. COHEN ,\: ROBERTS Attorneys for Applicant • By: SY WALTMAN :. :'.. 1". 17. 21 CERTIFICATE OF CORPORATE DISSOLUTION IN THE NAME AND BY THE AUTHORITY OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA TO ALL TO WHOM THESE PRESENTS SHALL COME, CRKKTINCS: Whereas, CELIA l>. JARVIS, MIAMI. FLORIDA; BEATRICE K. JEKNIOAN, MIAMI. FLORIDA; TRUDTf CAMPBELL, MIAMI. FLORIDA did on the Slat day of November, A.D. i?s.">. cause to b,Incorporated under : the laws of th.State of Florida PALM BEACH CROWN DISTRIBUTORS, INC.. a corporation, with its principal place of business at WEST PALM BEACH, HALM BEACH COUNTY, in the Statiof Florida, and whereas the proper officers of inch corporation did on the 22nd day of AUgUat, A.D. 194)2, CaUSe to he filed ill the office of the S.el.-tal> of State of the stat.. ..f Florida, a Certificate of Amendment changing its corporate name Io ROST I'AI.KY CO., INC. ami whereas such corporation did on the 26th da) of April, A.D. 1983, .-aus.to l.e file. I In the office of tli.Secretary of Slate of the Slate of 1 ...rida. the documentor} authority, required under Section 60S. 27, Florida Statutes, showing th.dissolution of such corporation. Now. therefore, tli. Secretary of State does hi reb) certify to tli.I going ami that lie is satisfied that the requirements of the law have been omiilled with IN wii'NKss WHEREOF, 1 have h.-reunto set my hand and have affix.. I th. Greul S,:il of tin Stale of Floi ida. at Tallahassee, he Capital, thin tlu TWENTY-SIXTH das oi APRIL, A.D 191 (-..all To.M ADAMS, Secret a.-} of state. -. ; .',:: CERTIFICATE OF CORPORATE DISSOLUTION IN THE NAME AND BY THE AUTHORITY OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA To ALL To WlloM THESE PRESENTS SHALL COME, GREETINGS: Uh.-reas. SAM ROST, M I nil BEACH, FLORIDA: N. E, BALL, MIAMI BEACH, Fl.oRil.A; LIB B Y HOST. MIAMI REACH, FLORIDA did on the 2nd day of November, A.D. 1946, cause to i corporated under the laws of the state of Florida MIAMI CROWN DISTRIBUTORS, INC. a corporation, with Its principal place of business at MIAMI. DADE COUNTY, in the State of Florida, and whereas the proper officers of such corporation did nn (he 22ml day of August, A.D. 1962, cause to be filed in the office of the Secretary of State of the state ..f Florida, a Certificate of Amendment changing Its corporate name to THE ROST COMPANY, INC., and uh.-reas MIL h corporation di.l on th.26th day of April. A.D. I96S, cause to be filed In the office "f the Sei relary of State of the State of Florida, the documentary authority required under Section 608.27, Florida statutes, %  bowing tin dissolution of BUCh corporation. Now, therefore, the Becretarj of State does hereby certify to the foregoing and that h is satisfied thai the requirements of the law have been compiled with. IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I have hereunto set my hand and have affixed the Qreat Seal of the State of Florida, at Tallnhassee. the Capital, this the TWKNTY -SIXTH day of APRIL, A.D. 1963, (seal) TOM A HA MS. s.. retarj of state. -. 3 63 ROOF LEAK? 4 Mi, VICTOR CONIf Let us repair it or apply a new one. For free estimate phone: ._ ACME T*^ ROOFING < A CO. 685-1952 NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX DEED Chapter 20722 — Acts of 1941 File AA-20979 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that 106 Corporation holder of County Tax Sale Certificate No. SMI laaued the 1st day of June. A.D. 1961, has filed same in m> office, and has made application for a tax deed to be Issued thereon. Said Certificate embraces the follow-in"; described property in the County of Dade. State of Florida, towlt: lots :. ,v 6 Block ll. Coconut drove Bee I "art 1 of Coral Qables, Flat Dook 14 Pa(e l'",, In the County of Dade, State of Florida. The assessment of said property under the said certificate was In the name of: Samuel Bmllch. Unless said certificate shall be redeemed according to law, the property described herein will be sold to tinhighest l.idd.i at the Court House door on th,fiist Moiulaj In the month of June. IMS, which is the Srd day of June. I6::. Dated this 10th day of April. IBM. K. H. LKATIIHRMAX. fieri, oi i 'in-Hit Court. Dade County, Florida (seal) By: R. M. LBBPER, Deputy Clerk S/S-10-17-14 NOTICE OF WAREHOUSEMAN'S SALE NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that by virtue of Chapter 178 of Florida Statutes Annotated flWl), Warehousemen and Warehouse Receipts, wherein ACE-R.B. VAN LINKS. INC., a Florida Corporation, by virtue of itswarehouse hen. has in its possession the following described propert) : Household Ci-ods — As the property ,.f Mr s M i.eithton c/o T.d Wallace, l:'.77 H.W. Mtll Street. .Miami. Florida: and the Household Goods of Andrea Mallory, n K. -. Andrea Smith,: %  ::< %  •:• N.W. |68th Terra.... Miami. Florida, and thai on the Srd day of June, | I'....:'., during the legal hours of sale, mainly between 11:00 forenoon and •_':IMI in th.afternoon, at 1136 N.w. .'4th Avenue, Miami, Florida, tli.undersigned -hail offer foi s.,:. t.. th. highest bidder f"i cash in hand the above described property of Mr. s. M. I.enHiton. ... Ti .1 \\ Bllace, 13" N. \\ 34th Street, Miam I Io Ida: and Andrea Malloi x. a i. a vinii.-.i Smith, !76S N w. I6sth Terrace, Miami. Florida l MI. .1 al M urn. Ilorlda, thin Isl das "i Mn> \ci-: R.II. > AX LINES, INC NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW N'ul'ICi: IS HEREBY GIVEN that tli. undersigned, desiring t.> ngage in business under the fictitious name of HCNTER SPRAY SERVICE at Miami. Hade Count) intends to register said name with the clerk of th.circull Court ..I Hal. County. Florida. ALBERT V'RANA ENTERPRISES, INC. H\ : Albert V'rann, Pi esldent Aronovlts, Silver A Scner Attorneys for Applicant Ainsley Building :. :l-ln-17-2 4 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN that th.undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious names of Y.old. I'rint Shoppe; Ye old.Offset Shoppe; Ye Ohle Miiii.-o^rnph Shoppe: at 2353 Coral Way, Miami I."., | Ma., intend t<> register said names with th.Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County. Florida. CHARLES M. FREEFIELD MARIAN FREEFIELD r./:t-P)-17-S4 NOTICE OF SUIT or ORDER OF PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY No 63C 4651 ARTHT'R IASON ARONSON, Plalutlff, LORRAINE ARONSON, 1 ...feiulant. SUIT FOR DIVORCE TO: LORRAINE ARONSON i -. Smith ii M.-i. .-ii.in Street Dorchester, Uussai lius.-tts You, UlRRAINE ARONSON, an herebj notified that a Hill of Complaint for I MM. i,e has been filed against you, and you ate required to serve a copy of your Answei oi Pleading to the F.ll of Coimi'aint on the I'lalntifrs Attorney, GFIOROE KASTENBAI M. ESQ., KASTENRACM. MAMKER, OOPMAN .V EPSTEIN, One Lin...In Road Building, Miami Reach, Florida, and file the original Answer or Pleading iii the office of the Clerk of the Ciieuit Curt on or before the Ird day of June. 1903, If you fail t.. do so. Judgment b} default will h.taken again*) you for the relief demanded in the Hill of Complaint. This notice shall he published 0IM6 each week for four consecutive w.-.-ks in TIIK JEWISH FLOR1DIAN. 1H1NK ANI> ORDKRITH at Miami. Florida, this L'lth day of April. A.D. 1963. E, B. LEATHEIUIAN. Clerk, Circuit Court. Hade County. Florida (seal) By: K. II. LYMAN I >.pui v Cl.-rk GEORGE KA8TENBAUM, Esq. Kasteiihaiini, .Mamher, Gopman Oh.Epstein Attorney for Fiaiutiff 7.'3-10-17-21 IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY, No. 63C 98 DOLLAR SAVINGS HANK OF TIIK CITY ol' MAY YORK. Plaintiff, ALFRED I. LAS1IF.R et ux I lefemlalits. NOTICE OF SUIT TO: ALFRED I. LASHER 590 Host..n Nick Road North Kingston, Rhode Island You ar.hereby notified that the above captlonad action has heen instituted against you in the Circuit Court of the ELEVENTH Judicial circuit of Floi Ida In and for Hndc County to foreclose a mortgage upon the f..lt.iwiiiu described real propert}*: Lot i:'. Block 42. SCOTT LAKE MANOR SECTION six. according to th.Flat thereof, recorded in Flat Hook 95, Page 11 of the Fill.lie Records of Had, County, Florida You ar.required t.> file your answer to plaintiff's complaint with the Clerk ..I the aforesaid Court, and serve a cop) thereof upon plaintiff? attorneMARTIN FINE, nth Floor Hade Federal Hide Miami 82, Florida not later than Ma*. 27th, IMS, or a Decree Pro Confesso will i..entered agninsl you DATED Vprll -M. iv.;::. i: l: LE \ THKRMAN. Cll ik. CIlTUll Court, I' lie l.-'llllA. F 1.1 ill.l (seal) Bj i' I' i'i .i'i:i.A\ 1 1 I %  .• i.111 \ i 'I. 11; MARTIN I Alt.. I 1:. ntlfl iiih i llldg Miami I". IT. :'I LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICI-: is HEREBY GIVEN thai th.imdersiKiied, desiring to engage. in business nn.l. r the fictitious name of AA INSTANT Al'l'o JNSURORH at 1727 N.W. 7tli Street, Miami. Fla., Intends to register said name with the Cl.rk oi th. Circuit Court of I Mil. County, Florida. ATKlSSoN COLE INSI l!Wi i: AGF:XCY, INC 4 2-:. % %  ::. I", w NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that ih.undersigned, desiring t.. engage In business under liefictitious iiain.ol Craiu's Camera Center at 717.". B.W .'.7 Avenue, South Miami. Florida mi.iiiis io register mid name with the Clerk "i HeCircuit Court oi Dade County, Florida. SAML'BL F. DANOW shevin. Goodman .' Holtiman Bj : s'ylvan N. Holtsman Attorne} for Samuel R. Danow S46 Seybold Itulldlng Miami S3, Florida -. S-tO-17-24 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY c.l\ I-7N that the undersigned, desiring to envage in business undei the fieiiti.uis name of ALLS I'ATIOS BONDING CO. at 1727 N.W. 7th Street, Miami. Fla Intends to register said name with th.Cl.rk of the Ciieuit Court of Had.County, Florida. ATKJ8SON .v col.i: INSFRANCF. AGF:NCY, INC 4 26, "•':!. W, 17 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREFTY HIV1-TN that th.undersigned, desiring '.. ent;:^. in husin.ss under the fictitious nam of KEL Ml sic SALES at 193 S.E. 1"th Ct., Ili.il.ah. Fla., iiit.-nds to register said nan-. With the clerk of the circuit curl of Ha.I.County, Florida. TONE HisTRiniToRs. INC. I 26, .".. :. I". i: NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY, No. 63C 646 REG IN A WILKINSON". Plaintiff, \ s JOHN DONALD WILKINSON, Defendant. SUIT FOR DIVORCE TO: JOHN DONALD WILKINSON usi s... Hoover Street l.-.s Angeles 6, California You. JoIlN DONALD WILKINSON. are hereby notified that a F.ill of Complaint for Divorce lias been filed against you, ami you are r.-piireii to serve a copy of your Answer or. Pleading to th.Hill of Complaint on th. Plaintiffs attorney. SAMFF.l. FLHTCHKR. 160• 95th Street. Miami Reach 14, Florida and tile the original Answer or Pleading in the Office of the Clerk of th.Circuit Court on or before th. 20th daj of May. i" If you fail t.. do so. Judgment by d. fault will i... taken against yon f--r th.r.-llef demanded In the Bill o t 'omplaint. Tins notice shall be published nnci each week for four consecutive we. In Till: JEWISH Fl." IRIDI \N DONE AND tiRDFJRED at Mtnn Florida, this tsth das of April, A D. 196 '.. B. B LE VTHERM \N. Cl.rk. Circuit Court, Dade County, Florida (seal) Bj : K. M. LYMAN. Deput} ci.-rk SAMI'EI. I'l.FT. I Hi: 260 93th Si r.-ei Miami I'...,. I, i Flo i.i., Attorne; foi Pin 4 19-26, 5/3-10 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS IIKRKHY 0IVF:N that the undersigned, desiring t" engage In buslnesf undei th.fictitious name ..t SIN STATE PAINT AND lloi'Y 8HOP at 1501 N.i;. 130th St., No. Miami. Fla.. intend t> register said name wiih the clerk of the Circuit curt of Had.County, Florida. DANIEL I.. MII.I.FR JAMES R. FITZSIMMON8, si: Partners 1 12-19-28, NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN that th.undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fh-tltiotis name ol MOTEL CONSULTANT ASSOCIATFS at 1100 N.W. SSth SI., Miami, Flo Intends to register said name with the Cl.rk of the Circuit Court of Dadl ( '..iinty. Florida. GULF AMERICAN LAND CORP, Ow mi' 4 I9-2*. B/3-10 IN THE CIRCU'T COURT oc THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR DADE COUN TY. FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY. No. 63C 4029 ANTHONY S. Hi >N A To, Plaintiff, VS. LIN A DONATO, H.-f. ndant. "' SUIT FOR DIVORCE TO UNA DONATO .".2-1 Winkle Ai enue Jersey City, N.I. You anhereby notified that a F.ill of complaint for Divorce has been filed against you, and you are r. quired to serve a copj of your Answer or Pleading t.> the Ulli of <'oniplalnt on th. Flaiiitiils Attnraeys SHEVIN, GOODMAN ft HOLTSMAN. by ALV1N GOODMAN, 146 Seybold Building. Miami "J, Florida, and til.. the original Answer or ['leading in the oifl. .., the Clerk of the Circuit Court on ,.r before the 80th .lav of May, 1963. if you fail t.. do so, ju.iument bj default win be taken atmlnat you f..r tinj. li. t demanded in the Hill oi Complaint 'Fliinotice shall > %  •• published nni •• .-a. Ii w e. k :. r f -u i .n^.-e itlve vv in Till-: JEWISH Fl.oRini.W 1 'one and l (Till : • il at Miami. I ida. this |5th dai ol Aurll. i: B. I.KATIIFRM.W. l'l. rk, ( i-, nit Com I. I >a.'e i 'iniiili Ilot i i -. al i By: K. M LYMAN, SIIKVIN I'll \\ ,v Htll.TZM VN i hold Bull. I %  Ivlt I %  I 19 )


Friday, May 3. 1963
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Temple Youth Set Installation
National Federation of Temple
Youth Groups of Temple Beth Am
will have an installation dinner on
Saturday, May 18, in the new
VuuMw Lounge: Sylvan Holtzman
is advisor lo the group.
Incoming officers are Ifarcia
Orovitz, president; Judy Erstling,
vice president in charge of inter-
group relations; Leslie Reiken,
vice president, intra-group rela-
tions; Cathy Joseplison, corres
ponding secretary; Leslie Joseph-
EOB, recording secretary; and Ted
Silver, treasurer.
Advisory board; Richard Abel,
president of the Florida Groups;
\ Larry Glickman, Sharon BkM
[ Lois Lippman and Judy Clein.
Executive board: Merrie Block-
(r, Greg Levine, David Leopold,
and Pamela Grossman.
Applications are now being ac-
cepted for members to attend the
Southeastern Federation of Tem-
ple Youth summer camp in ClfiV -
; land, Ga.
At the 320-acre camp, opened by
j the Union of American Hebrew
' Congregations, summer sessions
pre held for members from all
\ over the United States, for trail-
ing in leadership and program*
r.iing.
At the election meeting ol Mt. Sinai Hospital's ing (left to right) are Joseph M. Lipton, treas-
Board ol Trustees last week are (seated) S. C. urer; David Phillips, assistant secretary; S. J.
Levenson, assistant treasurer; Max Orovitz, Heiman, secretary; Leonard Abess and Leon-
and J. Gerald Lewis, reelected respectively for ard A. Wien, vice presidents. Other vice
a third term as chairman of the board and presidents (not shown) are A. J. Harris and
president; Dan Ruskin, vice president. Stand- Carl Weinkle.
Orovitz in Third Term on Sinai Board;
Lewis Takes President's Gavel Again
Max Orovitz will serve a third
the board of Mt. Sinai Hospital,
.nd J. Gerald Lewis has accepted
. third year as president.
Their election by the ncwly-in-
>i ailed board of trustcss and mem-
1 en of the board was held fol-
lowing the 14th annual member-
nip meeting last Thursday even-
ing.
Slat* was presented by David
Cattman, chairman of the nom-
inating committee, and install-
ing officer was Dr. Irving Lehr-
man, who also gave the benedic-
tion.
Other officers on the slate are
Leonard Abess, A. J. Harris, Dan
B. Ruskin, Carl Weinkle and
Leonard A. Wien, vice presidents;
-i-cretary and assistant secretary.
S. J. Heiman and David Phillips;
1-easurer, Joseph M. Lipton; and
S. C. Levensoo, assistant treasuri
er.
Elected us life trustees wercl
Samuel Friedland and Colonel
Jacob M. Arvcy; board of trustees, I
le elected, Leonard L. Abess, Isa-
dora Hecht. S. J. Heiman, Howard j
Kane, Joseph M. Lipton, Baron de,
Hirsch Meyer, Hank Meyer, Dav-
id Phillips, Joseph M. Rose, Jacob j
Sher. William D. Singer and Carl j
Susskind.
Meeting was conducted by Lew-j
is, who gave his annual report,!
and presented Max Orovttz, chair
man of the board; Joseph Lipton,
for a secretory's report; and Leon-
ard Abess, for a treasurers rc-
jwrt.
Greetings were extended on be
iialf of the medical staff by Dr.
Jesse Halpcrn, and the executive
director's report, in Samuel Gert-
ner's absence, was given by Mar-
Via Bostin, associate director.
Choral group of the hospital's
School of Practical Nursing offer-
ed, several selections.
Highlight of the meeting was
a talk by Dr. Louis Block, hos-
pital consultant, who spoke on
"New Concepts in Hospital Plan-
ning." Dr. Block, nationally-
recognized hospital consultant
on long-range planning, is cur-
rently performing study for
Mt. Sinai Hospital.
A past president of the Acad-
emy of Hospital Consultants, he is
< lie of the original group in the
development of the Hill-Burton
program, involving Federal assist-
ance to hospitals in new expan-
sion. Dr. Block has had three
books published, and is president |
of Louis Block and Associates,
Hospital Consultants.
LAST 2 DAYS TO REGISTER
FOR
CITY OF MIAMI BEACH
COUNCIL ELECTION, JUNE 4, 1963
BOOKS CLOSE MAY 4, 1963
YOU MAY REGISTER AT
City Hall, 1130 Washington Ave.
9:00 A.M. to 9:00 P.M.
425 Arthur Godfrey Road
9:00 A.M. until 4:00 P.M. May 3
9:00 A.M. until 9:00 P.M. May 4
301 71st Street
9:00 A.M. until 4:00 P.M. May 3
9:00 A.M. until 9:00 P.M. May 4
TELEPHONE JE 1-6041, Ext. 59 for further information
R. WM. L. JOHNSON, City Clerk
Goodman Chief Stars on TV
In a discussion of the meaning
Dd symbols of the Passover sea-
son, its significance, and the evo-
ution of matzos in their varied
forms, shapes and methods of pro-
duction during the past few hun-
red years, Erich Cohen and Joe
ranklin held forth on a recent
iMtiklin "Memory Lane" tele-
\ ision program in New York.
Tied in with the discussion was
i lie showing of a number of famous
iiiioom Haggadahs. Cohn, who
a collector of such editions, ex-
Attend
services
tEis week
hibited both a more-than-a century
' old edition and the modern art!
| Arthur Szyk Haggadah.
The original shape of matzos,
was round, and called "Ugos .Mat
zos." Mechanical and machine
age production changed them to
', a square shape.
Cohn said that the Goodman
'. company still makes round mat
zos throughout the year, known as;
Tea Matzos. Among other shapes
and styles, Cohn exhibited a matzo
he had obtained in Salonika.
Greece, on one of his many journ-]
eys to and from Israel
A. Goodman & Sons, Inc., ofj
which Cohn is president, has been,
baking matzos for over 187 years.
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Friday. May 3, 1963 KknitJi ncridfcMi Page 3-A Kenneth Myers Named Special Att'y. To Dade County Legislative Delegation A 30-ycar-old Miamian, whose relative youth belies the broad ranee of bis civic activity, has been appointed one of the special attorneys to the Dade County Delegation of the Florida Legislature now in session. He is Kenneth M. Myers. A native of Miami, Myers attended Miami Senior High School, where he was a member of the National Honor Society and Key dub. Upon graduation, Myers went to the University of North Carolina ai Chapel HiU, where he was president of the Debating Team, a member of the Track Team, and captain of the Fencing Team. In recognition of his scholastic achiovwnont, ho was •lctd to Phi Bota Kappa, the nation's highest academic honorary, and to Hie Order of the Golden Fleece, highest honorary society •t Chapel Hill. On campus, Myers was president of Hillel Foundation, a member oJ the Student Honor Court, and .1 member of Tau Epsilon Phi Fraternity. He received a BA degree in 1954. and was named Distinguished Military Graduate of re Air Force Reserve Officers [raining Corps. In 1954, Myers went to the University of Florida Law School, where he became executive editor of the university's Law Review. He was president of Phi Alpha Delta, legal fraternity, and received the LLB degree in 1957. Since then, he has been associated with the law firm in Miami of Myers, Heiman, Kaplan, and Catsman. Last Apr. 1. the Dade County legislative special attorney was admitted as a partner into the firm. He is the son of Mr. and Ms. Stanley C. Myers, oi Coral Gables, both nationally-known community leaders in their own right. Myers is • member of the Dade County, Florida, and American Bar Associations. His civic activities include past membership on the Board of Governors, Budget Committee and one of the founders of the Young Executive Group of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation. 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Apte, Mrs. Robert Berger, Mrs. Charles Finkelstein, Marshall Harris. Jay Janis, James R. Katzman, Sidney Meyer, Dr. Joseph Weidberg and Leonard Wien. In addition, the meeting will be attended by Mrs. Eleanor Lipton, chapter executive assistant, and Seymour Samet, Florida Regional director. Highlight of the meeting will be the presentation of the American Jewish Committee's American Liberties Medallion to Adlai E. Stevenson, U.S. Ambassador to the United Nations, "for exceptional advancement of the principles ef human liberty." Some 600 community leaderfrom throughout the country MM expected to attend the four-da* session. The meeting will feature firsthand reports on the human rights situation and status of Jews ir. Europe, North Africa and Latir. America. Zachariah Shuster, director of the American Jewish Committee's European office; Maximo Yagupsky, director of the Israel office; and Abraham Monk director of the Committee's Latin American officer, will come to the United States to address sessionof the annual meeting. Guitarist fo be Heard Lewis Pomerantz, president, will conduct a short business meeting of the Israelite Center on Tues day evening in the social hall. En tertainment will be by Coun Sasha Leonoff Post-Confirmands Hosted at Dinner Mr. and .Mrs. Alex Reiken. 12940 bY/ 68th Ave., hosted a dinner meeting for the posi-confirmation ^roup of Temple Beth Am last Monday evening. Purpose of the meeting was consummation of plans for senior graduation exercises to be held during regular Friday evening services. May 17, conducted by Rabbi Herbert Baumgard. Twelfth grade students who will participate in the commencement ceremony are Dianne Selditch, Eunice Tall, Linda Green, Elaine Brenner, Mark Freeman, Linda Gross, Robert Prager, Roger Angel and Ira Green. Others attending the dinner were Susan Sarbey, Janice Feld, Diane Flashman, Penny RuasThof, Susan Bernstein, Judi Spiegel, Richard Roth, Philip Isis, Judy Clein and Leslie Reiken. Let us put the house in the picture for you. Making a home loan to meet your individual need is our specialty ... so owning a home is easier when it's financed through us. Come in and let us help make your dream house a reality. 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Prtno in II Fag*-B *Jr*istncrHi^r Friday. May 3. 1953 Zamora Women To Be Installed Film Festfrof Optn'iRq .. -emooy of new ; ; -, -•-•: tanrj the group • -. May Parents Will Be Honored A spec:*: servce parti |arfi* Film %  Ith **>* •: Mcs*t^r dere Art eBt4 0 f high school s the Tovrn of Sarfside attend, wffl ceaehn wj[ • --In a 12-vre*k Y. •. *M • ^ d at th Scrisjoe Com 93rd St and Collins Ave < Temple -Honor Thy Fa-. :other" !-£ %  ZLT'^tS Gold wlTiaeW. be *e ,. ^ S3 ^2 berg. Hn Sn Miami Women Mrs Sidney J Laek*r cor J Q j 0 j n PfOqram respond:.~: Hn -i w w Mrs All parents witl be |w*sb at th breakfast to lol %  in -.-.-..g^j Mrs Hrrrv ?r.~sc-_£ -.res den: c: ^e FLcr.ic Ci-trcte: :: -J-.e :r oad Mi* Seeonoe £:r_: erBe :: the ipffitacJ bada : by M bis iHneea :-:'a. recor b %  the Miami area. ill MrNat jOUcj B n the Concord Hotel. Kia -.; MrSan BrtiMwl ike s Y „ Mav 12 to %  itwowide canpro_• -' Yuban Launches Israel Project Jewish Family and Children's Service Women's Committee Plans Installation ST* s.ate : itYaecrs for pre! V;niftttf .'e-aFaar. .:ea? tf the *" ferries, w*. he rioud Cafe of the Dupor.: Ran M ^ Ti La sre£xe I praUoti Mrs. Bn Ccreaony wJ3 be conducted by Mrs George Jacobs Mr? E. B.'Go-dstean. presadent of Eugene Katz rectal tary : — MrsGerald is -'.claf _, .*. secretary MrVBi iLIOH WOmen rtearrw avntai Max Co_. 1 la %  gen: treasurer Mrs ; To be instauea edboar i l ewn of officers for T^-j^ Beber awaad wil be held jhoc V : ~ %  %  I aehataad t mtr Mr; Ge*n ergaa /;/ < MrGe Juan, Mn LesmKaaner Mrs Rayaaca* OH jclade Mrs. Rcbtr_ n >jeex BeeMrs. Bargfc M t S.-.-.t. Hn Sey KenaetbTr* :--.•.:--•. %  -T-oadi=£ secretary. Mrs Hy -.ask: recordcn( secretary VI Lmoff: treasurer. Mrs 7 I aaaeial secretary Mrs. Sidney G i M b wi : aad Mrs act Mn ?bbcny direeter 1 %  UEY TEA I A TRADITION IN JEWISH HOMES SINCE 1837 9 I \ --%  %  -baptex ri>D %  ter nc .: lax t Yobaa 2 report anay A •{ Vabea II researeh. wta Florid : • :•-" Yes, there 1 Vom Tc • %  d>i int tea..' it-.(or fuXlesi strcagth aod .tua* laooa... richer taste = baked dbfldrea -i-;.• esta'tM wee OUB PBOOIKTS ARE PACKED FBESH OAIIY | IN 4 6 01 I OUNCE CONTAINED ON MIAMI BEACH F10M0A JE i-ioti Senesch Group Plans Installation %  fFrrc; B'rhh Socfo/ Singles : i t r.: KSIW Mi 35 "A 5r 'r..t• the C AMERICAS No. | 100% PURE BEEF PRODUCTS miy •*•• finest in fast* •Mrf ajMfity frem K:i'i' ZMM Math) fresh . KOSHER ZION SAUSAGE COMPANY OF CHICAGO J sepraae. J. 1 wpowr .1 Suganne TO LOW CALORIE MEALS Solve thar weigrttY probieii • serve plenty of nutrifio.J f'*orfw Aooust Bros. Sread from sele


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Friday. May 3, 1963 Jew 1st Fhx-idlian Page 5-A BG Views on Peace With Arabs Continued from Page 1A sion between East and West re ldxed, the United States and the Soviet Union demanded of the Arab rulers that they sign a peace treaty with Israel as required under the United Nations Charter. The Hovernments of the Arab states, he said, would have to be concerned with the needs of their people—economic, educational anc! h.allh— instead of with dictatorial rule requiring military demonMi.it ions and the stockpiling of arms. Israel's principal tasks, declared Mr. Ben-Gurion, are: 'i. Strengthening of security through tleterrent military force and enhancement of her international position on all continents. 2. Closing the educational gap between the children of the needy, mostly in the Oriental communities, and those more fortunate, imparting" scientific achievements and spiritual values to the younger generation as far as possible on an equal level. 3. Revival of the wilderness, its settlement in Zionists Offer Tour to Israel Gil Rappaport. director of the Southeast Region of the Zionist Organisation of America, has announced that in conjunction with the national convention of the organization, to be held >n Israel on July 11 to 17. several low-priced tours to Israel are being planned. A complete tour via El Al jet, h avinji on July 8. and returning witrLn'a six-week period, is being alfered. Those joining the grvHp may stay from two to six weeks in Israel, and have an option of visiting Europe on the return trip. In addition to convention activities, and tripto Tel Aviv, Haifa, Jerusalem, the Galil and Beersheba, members ol the tour will be feted at special government receptions and affairs. Also available are a limited number of "fare only" trips on El Al jet planes at ; %  special rate. ... iU SHEAFFER5 new $195 BALLPOINT plus free 79tj refill Famous Staffer quality, plus frM entry in No Loser Sweepstakes. Yiui fabulous priies. 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As for the Jews abroad, he said, j he would ask "immigration into Israel of pioneering youth and young technicians and scientists; deepening of the personal bond of every Jew with Israel, including nonimmigrants, through visits to Israel; the sending of children to study in Israel's secondary and higher institutions of learning; capital investments in Israel development projects; and above all, provisions of Hebrew education to the children, deepening their Jewish awareness and national heritage through the study of the Hebrew language, as well as the study of ancient and modern Hebrew literature." Discussing the question of religion in Israel." he said: "I believe that we must be faithful to our Proclamation of Independence—signed by all political parties, from the Communists to the Agudat Israel—which stipulates that the State of Israel will guarantee freedom of religion, conscience, language, education and culture. This policy should be the guidepost for both religious and secular elements.*' Touching on Zionism and immi-i.it ion, he told the JTA that 'my greatest disappointment, after the e tablishment of the State, was that Zionist leaders throughout the diaspora di.l not come here to settle and did not serve as an example to the people.'' He added "It has always been my conviction as I understood the Zionist ideal, that the ideal meant a desire to return to Zion and personally to participate in the up building of the homeland and the resurgent nation. Naturally, everybody has the right to define Zionism as he wishes. My view is thai the Zionist movement, which undoubtedly has great historic merits, should turn into an all-Jewish organisation that would strength< ii within the Jewish people consciousness and unity, and would help toward strengthening Israel WOMAN TO TAKE CARE OF ELDERLY LADY. LIVE IN SALARY. UN 6-0472 economically, culturally and politically." "As chairman of the World Zionist Executive," he continued, "I saw it as my duty to tend to the equipment of a Jewish Army which did not yet exist. I accomplished that task in two ways: through acquisition of modern machinery and tools for the establishment of our own arms industry; and through acquisition of military equipment —light and heavy arms, submachine guns, tanks and fighter planes which the underground Haganah could not possess." The Premier recalled the day of March 28, 1948, when radio broadcasts reported that Warren R. Austin, head of the United States delegation to the United Nations, had told the United Nations Security Council that the United States deemed it necessary to withdraw its support of the Palestine partition plan which had been voted the previous November. Instead, Sen. Austin proposed that a UN trusteeship regime be instituted for the whole of Palestine. "I was then at Haganah Headquarters at Tel Aviv," Mr. BenGurion recalled, "and could not consult my colleagues on the Zionist Executive, who were in Jerusalem. I saw it my duty immediately to state: This stand of the United States in no way alters fundamentally the situation in the country, nor does it undermine the establishment of the Jewish State. "Establishment of the State was not, in erfect, given in the United Nations resolution (on vember siovnisie 780 Palestine Partition) of last Nov. 29— although the resolution was of great moral and political value—but by our ability to bring about a decision in the cocntry by force. Through our own strength—if we will it and succeed in mobilizing it fully— the State will be established i even now." "And the State came into being —and we were forced to fight for its existence. 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* *Jeisfi fkrHfon Page 9-A Israel Blackout on Jordan Crisis Talks Lewis Sternshein, president of Congregation Beth David, congratulates Miami City Commissioner Sidney M. Aronovitz, who has been named to receive a special award in recognition of "his exemplary service to Beth David, to Israel and the community." Aronovitz will be presented with the citation at a diner of tribute on behalf of State of Israel Bonds in Spector Hall of Beth David on Saturday evening, May 18. Beth David to Honor Sidney Aronovitz At Israel Bond Dinner of Tribute Miami City Commissioner Sidlej M Aronovitz. noted Dade civic eader, will be guest of honor at a (Inner ol tribute to be held under auspices of Congregation Beth David on Saturday. May 18. it was announced by Lewis Sternshein congregation president, who will serve as dinner chairman. Aronovitz. who has achieved prominence in many civic endeavors, congregation activities and in leadership on behalf of State of Israel Bonds, will be cited at the dinner for "his exemplary services io Beth David, to Israel and the -ommunity." Senior Citizens Plan Conference The Florida State Council of Senior Citizens will celebrate President Kennedy's proclamation retting May as '•Senior Citizen Month" with its first annual statewide convention at Miami Beach en May 11 and 12. The Florida Council is headed by Peter Austin, of Bradenton. .:id affiliated with the National Council of Senior Citizens. Mich •el Sosorne Hotel. Principal speaker for the Sundajr night rally will be Richard Boiling '(Dem.-Mo.). The May 11 ('.inner will feature an address by Claude Pepper, Florida Congressman. Heading the committee for the dinner with Sternshein art Max Silver who will serve as vice chairman, and /V..s. Louis Seitlin, who will serve as chairman of the committee of hosts. A native of Key West. Aronovitz received his education at the University of Florida. Prior to taking up the practice of law in Miami. ; Aronovitz served as a captain in the U.S. Army, receiving two Bat[ tie Stars and the Bronze Star. Following the war. he was acting chief of the Military Government-Intell ligence Service of the American Sector of Berlin. As a prominent Dade resident. 'Aronovitz has been active in many civic 'efforts, as well as in Congregation Beth David, which he ser• ved as president. He is a past president of the I Florida Federation of B'nai B'rith Lodges and a former president of iSholom Lodge, B'nai B'rith. He is a member of the Florida Regional Board and Executive Committee of the Anti-Defamation League and a member of the Beard of Governors of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation. Prominent in local affairs in the community. Aronovitz has served as a Commissioner of the City of ; Miami since October. 1962. Continued from Page 1-A tack by the Arab nations" was viewed as the first of that kind which might be expected from a number of European countries. However, the key to the danger was viewed as being in Washington. It is understood that Washington stressed in talks with Israel, Jordan and Egypt that the United States remains firmly in support of King Hussein. However, Israel would like to tec the United si it, come out with a more firm and public statement aimed at making as clear as possible the Inited States attuude and its support of Hussein, accompanied by a stern warning to President Nasser of Egypt to leave no room for any "miscalculation" on his part. Acting Secretary of State George W. Ball in Washington last week end called in Israel Ambassador Avraham Harman for what was described as an opportunity to express condolences on the death of President Ben-Zvi, but which actually involved a discussion of regional developments including events in Jordan. The Wathir-jton Post reported that the question of how Israel would react if King Hussein's Government in Jordan is seriously endangered is a matter of prime interest to the United States. The newspaper said "the uncertain situation in Jordan was being watched with special attention by the White House and the State Department" last weekend. Speicalists on the area engaged in a series of conferences. The United States Government is Hi < ply concerned" over missile development in the Middle Fast tin' State Department said. ad'fJhV thai the Department was "watch ing the situation" and diSCUSSint the problem "with the parties concerned. The statement was made by Frederick G. Dutton, Assistant Secretary of state, in a letter to Rep. Samuel 8 St rat ton, New Veti Democrat, ^_^ 'otv tai^ e1 L eau t i Gordon Named To Hios Board Jack D. Gordon, of Miami Beach, is among the 13 new members electe.l to the national Board ol Directors of the United Hias j of New York City. Gordon is a member of the Executive Committee and chairman of the Budget Committee of| the Greater Miami Jewish Fed-1 eration. He is president of Wash-! n.gton Federal Savings and Loan Assn. Locally. United Hias and Nation-' al Council of Jewish Women, in; cooperation with Federation, participate in a program in behalf cf Jewish refuge families from Cuba seeking resettlement in the Greater Miami area. The ultimate compliment to your guests—an invitation to have your function catered hy Fontainebleau experts... uith the finest cuisine, beverages ami service worthy of the world's most beautiful hotel. BANQUETS • WEDDINGS RECEPTIONS Also available Kosher catering and personalized fontainebleau catering at your horn* Call Lawrence Manning. 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; Friday, May 3. 1963 fcnitfi ftrrSrHiimin Page 7-B 7 I SRAEL Independence Day Dinner, celebrating Israel's 15th year ol Btatehood, was held Sun;.' evening ;!t ,n '-' Fontaineblewi Hotel under the auspices ot the ireater Miami Israel Dond Comnittee. Among the hundreds of guests i u Mrs. Sidney Gans. who chose for the evening a multi-colored floral print chilfon in soft summer colors. Her white straw ace evening coat was hand nade in Florence, Italy, and featured scalloping at the hemline ind on the lull length sleeves. Mrs. Sam Miller wore a white peau dc soie sheath with a beaded lute silk organza bodice, hind embroidered iridescent sequins and tear-drop crystals highlighted l'.er highnecked and sleeveless bodice. A foliage print in tones and shades Of brown-on-wbite was the choice of Mrs. Al Green. Cocoa brown was the color of her full-length -ilk organza duster. Mrs. Ben Silver's peau de soic sheath was in frosted shocking pick. Her bodice was embroidred with matching colored cavicr beads and white pearls. Cafe au'lait was the color of Mrs. Joseph Yanich's silk organza. Miniature red roses were embroidered in an all-over pattern on both the fitted bodice and full -;kirt. Gold chiffon was worn by Mrs. Theodore Berman. Her draped bodice was caught with a jeweled buckle, and her skirt was full. Mrs. Randolph Shevach selected a beige satin sheath. Her bodice featured the dropped waist line effect and was heavily encrusted in copper-colored ,-avier beads. A gold embossed cocktail suit was worn by Mrs. Anna Brenner Meyers. A hip length, semi-fitted and buttoned jacket "opped her classic sheath. Turquoise, black and white blended into the silk print worn by Mrs Samuel Dorfman. Mrs. Harry Cantor's gold brocade was unisual in that a floral pattern was set off in blocks, and her sheath had a square neckline. Emerald green satin was chosen by Mrs. Maurice Goldrmg for the dinner Her neckline was decollete, and her skirt featured the carcfuly lontrolled fullness of the modified bell silouctte. Mrs. Samuel Sapiro chose a turquoise silk chiffon. Her neckline was scooped and followed down the entire front of her dress with semicircular draping. White silk faille was worn by Mrs Akiva Goffer. Her sheath had a bateau neckline, which was caught at one shoulder in a selffabric DOW, and was slit open at the other side. Cocoa-colored matallasie was the choice of Mrs. Ben Essen. Her fitted sheath was cut in radiating asymetrical lines; and at the shoulder, where the lines began, and over the hip, where they ended, were oversized puckered poofs. White polka dots were scattered over her dress. BLACK chantilly lace was the %  the selection of Mrs. Jack Fopick. Her gown was over a strapless bodice and formed a bateau neckline, and the lace fell into a soft full skirt. Mrs. Ben Frankenstein's full-length formal was of white silk brocade. Her matching coat had an Oriental influence in the mandarin collar and frog-like closing. Fuchsia colored silk was Mrs. Max Weitz' choice for the evening. Her sheath featured a laticed bodice over pale peige illusion, and her matching jacket was waistlength. Black and white checks in silk organza was worn by Mrs. Hy Salz. Her almost strapless bodice was fitted, and her -kirt bouffant. Miss Ccce Cohen wore a frosted aqua silk organza with white embroidery. Her sweater was hand-embroidered in white chalk beads. French blue chantilly lace was the choice of Mrs. Florence Cromer. The lace formed her bodice, and a matching color chiffon the full skift of her gown. Mrs. Benjamin Berlin's black chiffon featured a black scquined sweater. White was the color choice of Mrs. Brron de Hirsch Meyer. Her French silk-satin ensemble came from Rome. A circular skirt flared under a fitted bodice over which was worn a Spanish type bolero, which was embroidered with satin lined bugle beads. Setting for a patio party is a lovely one at the home of Mrs. Martin Fine of Bay Heights. Shown (left to right) are Bay Heights members of the Young Matrons Division of Combined Jewish Appeal, including Mrs. Fine, Mrs. Melvyn Muroff and Mrs. Edward Eisenberg. Mizrachi Women Slate Luncheon She'll Wed Richard Chaiken Mr. and Mrs. Meyer Schneider man. of Shaker Heights, O., announce the engagement of their daughter. Renee, to Richard Allen Chaiken The prospective bridegroom is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Chaiken. 3080 SW 16th St.. and attended the University of Florida. The bride-elect attended Ohio ktate University. Halikvah Chapter of Mizrachi Women will celebrate Mother's Day at a "Save-a-Child" luncheon c:i Tuesday at the Royal Hungarian Restaurant. The affair will culminate the annual Dime Bank project of the group, under the chairmanship of Airs. Emma Rattner. Mrs. Morris Bienenfeld is chairman of the luncheon. Rabbi Jonah Caplan. of Congrei gation Adath Yeshurun, will be guest speaker, according to Mrs. | Jack Davis, program chairman. "Save-a-Child" has been the puri pose and aim of Mizrachi Worn 1 en's Organization of America since : its inception 30 years ago. "DurI ing this time, the organization ( has played a major role in child rescue and rehabilitation work in i Israel, where it maintains a netI work of children's villages and Ionics, nursery, elementary and vocational schools." Mrs. Biencnlcld said. Mrs. Jacob Katz is president of Hatikvah Chapter. lsTifereth Israel Plans Activities May schedule for Tifcreth rael Sisterhood begins with a games night in the social hall 'in Sunday at 7:30 a.m. On Mother's Day, Sunday morning. May 12. Mrs. Harry Lerner. newly-elected president, and a committee of Sisterhood members will be hosts at a program for students of Hebrew and Sunday School. Last card party of the season ; for the group will be held on Wednesday evening, May 15, in the social hall. MISS RfNff SCHNtlDfRMAN Carol Steinberg Plans for July Announcement is made this week of the enagement of Carol Susan, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Morris Steinberg. 1320 Cleveland Rd.. and Harold Wilen-ky. The future bridegroom is the |son of Mr. and Mrs. George WilenSky, 17430 NE 12th Ct, No. Miami Beach. A July wedding is planned. 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Friday. May 3. 1963 +.k*/*ti n^rHiciti Page 9-B iRabbi Brooks To be Honored Temple Zamora's Bar Mitzvah Banquet to be held on Sunday evening. May 5, will honor Rabbi Hershel Brooks, spiritual leader of the congregation. To be held in the Temple Social I Hall, the affair will include a cocktail hour preceding dinner, entertainment and dancing. In the 13 years since it was organized. Temple Zamora has progressed from a rented store to its edifice on Zamora Ave., Coral Gables, and from a few members to close to 200 families. Temple features a Religious School, adult education courses. Young Married Couples Clubs, monthly cultural evening programs, full membership of Brotherhood and Sisterhood, with programs of continuous activities, and a complete Junior Congregation service for children of the area. Officers of the synagogue are Arthur Deutsch. president: William Raskin and Stanley Silvern, vice presidents; Morns MoskOwitz. treasurer; William Locke, recording secretary: Hilbert Leavitt. corresponding secretary: and Alfred Finkelstein, financial sec retary. Morton Towers Boat Ride Over 240 members of the Morton Towers North Women's Club participated in a boat ride on Friday, Apr. 24. Mrs. Mollic Samuels is president of the group. lira, inforn he _lg-Gre. he Ameru Yagupsky of the American v. ill be the theme alk by Maximo Sunday and Monr the auspices Miami Chapter of ish Committee. .director of the Committee i.;;'iee in Tel Aviv, snei. He will adfeoNTINiNTALi !g C ATfc-RE R Sl ^ji ...I %  • % %  I. *^Jw lELtPMCM IM I7J4 Mana-Zucca Recital TURDAY, SUNDAY INE AT he en An evening with v ill be presented by Workshop on Tuesday tne Miami Conserv Coral Way. She will ( harise Amadon and singing many of her mission to the recital Mana-Zucca the Singers evening at atory. 2973 accompany Carol Donn, songs. Adis free. CRYSTAL ROOM LOMBARDY HOTEL DINING ROOM OPEN TO THE PUBLIC Under Strict Rabbinical Supervision. Mashgiach on Premises. Catering in the Crystal Room or Place of Your Choice 8ANB-RLL STRICTLY KOSHER CATERERS UN 6-6226 MIAMI BEACH EL CORTEZ RESTAURANT %  inner 5 in. to 1 i %  Catirmg (Closed Mondiyj) lid *OM5">T0 9 ND DANCING I %  brooke 1-8000 I THE TRAIL m mvmrywhmr* '*• fmlmmtlo KING ARTHUR'S COURT The SINGING STRINGS DINNER • SUPPER MIAMI SPRINGS VILLAS 500 Deer Run • TU 8-4521 AKT BKUNS, Co-Owner Park Ave. at 23rd St. Miami Beach JE 1-9335 For Your Favorite Drink Visit The La Cantina Lounge BANQUET FACILITIES CATERING WITH HAWAIIAN SHOW PiUS DANCING POLYNESIAN RESTAURANT & GARDENS U.S. I—SOUTH OF HOLLYWOOD CIRCLE MIAMI FR 1-8419 FT. LAUD.-HIYWD. WA 3-2421 We cordially invite our many friends and patrons to enjoy A GALA FAREWELL DINNER THE LAST IN THIS LOCATION ... WE LOST OUR LEASEI On Mother's Day, Sunday, May 12th from 3 P.M. to 9:30 P.M. at the ROYAL HUNGARIAN S E l R Y 1ft RESTAURANT 731 Washington Avenue, Miami Beach JE 8-5401 Drinks & Nosherai Complimentary (No Reservations Necessary) We will remain open Fridays and Sundays until September 1st When Our Lease Expires MANY THANKS FOR YOUR PAST PATRONAGE YOUR HOSTS ... MR. AND MRS. PHILIP WEISS THE LERNERS Established In 1945 Jewish-Amerfcon | WORLD iRENOWNEDj FAMOUS 671 WASHINGTON AVE. JE 1-3987 MIAMI FACILITIES BEACH JResfeurant DINNERS SERVED DAILY ONE OF THE WORLD'S FINEST EATING PLACES DIDJANOWE THAT YOU CAN GET A COMPLETE a LUNCHEON .... From 75c DINNER F rom $3.25 (Monday Thru Friday Only) SNACKS F rom 55c Be sure to try our excellent Pastries and Ices. FREE VALET PARKING aF yARPsns§E RONEY PLAZA HOTEL • ,23rd Street and Collins Avenue on the Ocean • Miami Beach Aevt Groups from FIFTY to TWO HUNDRED ClI Miss Wall ins St JE8-4345 Original lioitmans Vafotvria Y SERVING THE FINEST IN BREAKFAST LUNCH & DINNER \ OPEN ALL YEAR > 1450 COLLINS AVENUE MIAMI BEACH, FLORIDA i JE 1-0357 JE 1-9385 A-^~V^~\^— v^--^-—v^~w-v^~"WV-— \j* MICHEL'S Kosher Restaurant CATERING FOR ALL OCCASIONS BAR MfTZVAHS OVR SPt C/AlTV 940-71st STREET UN 6-6043 NORMANDY ISLE (Closed Monday 1 Saturday) HAROLD PONT and IRVIN GORDON GORDON and PONT KOSHER. CATERERS from aori d'oewret fa a complete aaffaf 170 N.W. 5th ST., MIAMI PHONE FR 4-2655 Under the Supervision of the U.K.A. OPEN HOUSE WEDDINGS BAR MITZVAHS RECEPTIONS ISO TO



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%  dfciv.J %  ridcry. May 3, 1963 +J&*tof> ffa/rHinin Page 11-A BB Council Installs Feingold Maurice J. Finegold, 475 NE 50th TIT., was recently installed ill Morton lowers as president of I lie Sou'.h Florida Council of B'nai li'rith Lodges lor the ensuing year. Othor officers installed were Eli |]lurwU., president-elect; Walter \pfclbaum, treasurer; Edward A. stern, executive secretary; Murray Skup, Jack Wilson, Joseph Jorinstein and Ansel Wittenstein, jice presidents. Herbert S. Levy, national proL am director, and Mrs. Alfred ?ich, president of District 5, fnai B'ritn Women, were among pests at the function. Also atnding was Samuel Nieberg 'aul Seiderman acted as inpiling officer, and Jack Click Is master of ceremonies. will enjoy the real / rr new and enotmg Shelton 7 owe eit r-st Side location — midr between United Nation* Rockefeller Center; clcse to I"%  •(• citation or.u tc,...inali. utiful air-conditioned rooms | suites with television — at moderate rates! ROOF GARDEN SUN Of CK Zionists to Honor Judge Liebman HYMAN GAIBUT *nep Restaurant Supper Club fe* % ROOM Hotel Itvenue, 4trh to 49th Street \ 17, N. Y.-ni. *Use 5-4000 9kH -. MSHELTON TOWERS I Cwi Mliti."| It iMum ritti .less S t*i__ I Galbut Enters Council Race Hyman Galbut, longtime business man and attorney on Miami Beach, qualified this week for the June 4 Miami Beach Council election. Galbut. who is seeking a council seat for the first time, grew up here, graduating from Miami Beach High School, and the University of Miami. He is the son of the late Al Galbut, who was veil-known as "Honorary Mayor of South Beach." A senior partner in the law firm of Galbut and Goshgarian, he it a member of the Florida Bar, Dade County Bar, American Bar, Federal Bar, and has been admitted to practice before the United States Supreme Court. A veteran of World War H, he is presently a lieutenant commander in the United States Naval Reserve. Recently, he was appointed by Gov. Bryant to serve on the Dade County Children's Committee. He I is presently serving as secretary to the Hebrew Academy, and is a member of the Miami Beach High School Booster Club. Galbut is a charter president of the South Shore Optimist Club, which he founded in 1958. He is, ;. director of Beth Israel Syna-, gogue, and for ten years served as Secretary of Beth Jacob Cengre-i gation. He is past commander of! his American Legion Post, a member of the Greater Miami Free Loan Association, a member of the Humane Society here, and is currently vice president of the Miami-Gables District, Zionist Organization of America, will honor a recently-appointed judge at the group's annual dinner to be held Sunday evening, May 5, at Hillel Foundation, 1100 Miller Dr., Coral Gables. Judge J. Uavid Liebman. immediate past president of the district, will be honored with a scholarship in his name at Kfar Silver Agricultural Training School, Ashkelon, Israel, supported by ZOA. Judge Liebman, son-in-law of the noted ZOA leader. Dr. Morris Goodman, Miami Beech, and nephew of Abe Goodman, national chairman of the Kfar Silver Special Gifts Committee of the ZOA, served for two terms as president of the Miami-Gables District, as a member of the Southeast Region board of governors, and as an officer of Masada, the young adult Zionist group. Chairman is Mrs. Cynthia Collins, with Meyer Fine in charge of reservations. Scheduled for 6 p.m., the full course kosher dinner will be followed by entertainment and an auction. Committee members .are Mrs. Pauline Levick, Morris and Rose Simon, Mr. and Mrs. Louis B. Rudnick, Ephraim Collins, Max Parness, Jacob Schiff. Mr. and Mrs. I B. Sacks, Mrs. David Nerow, Mrs. Lucy Orlick. Mr. and Mrs. Kappaport, Mrs. Dorothy Silver. Sam Levin''. Abe Kasow. and Gil Max Fierman. Mr. and Mrs. Sam Rappaport GREETINGS to ISRAEL on its 15th ANNIVERSARY CELEBRATION € AII Ml QL BAKERY G. 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Friday. May 3, 1963 *M*istfk>ridikTin Page 5-B Mrs Ruth Schuldine (left), president of the Brandeis Group of the Greater Miami Council of Pioneer Women, presents a check for $250 to Mrs. Milton Green, president of the Council, for the building and completing of the Hebrew University Graduate Library School, a Pioneer Women's project. The funds will provide two book shelves. Looking on (right) is Mrs. Adele Miller, treasurer of Brandeis. Menorah Women Are Installed Temple Menorah Sisterhood heM installation of officers and members of the board on Tuesday noon at a brunch in I he Deauvillc Hotel. Rabbi Mayer Abramowitz, spirilual leader of the Temple, installed the following: President. Mrs. Sam Belsky; vice presidents, Mrs. Lawrence Weston, Mrs. Lee Gottlieb, Mrs. Milton Singer. Mrs. Herbert Kaplan n Mrs. P. M. Pollack; treasurer, MrHyman Bergad; corresponding secretary, Mrs. Rita Epstein; recording secretary, Mrs. living Wechsler; social secretary, Mrs. Irving Soloman; financial secretary, Mrs. Sally Kurman; chaplain, Mrs. Ai Mechlowitz; and parliamentarian, Mrs. Jack Sperans. Mrs. Norman Harrow was chairman of the affair. 52 Association Sets Installation Mrs. Harry Shopiro. honorary life president ol the 52 Association if Greater Miami, will be installed nor her sixth term on Sunday eveliiing at the Carillon Hotel. Commissioner Chuck Hall will |t< installing officer, and Hjman %  Galbut, Miami Beach attorney, will \\< uuest speaker. Participating in the 5:30 p.m. |0pff-Mrs. Meeting A zone-wide meeting of the Optihtrs. of the 4th District was held Ion Monday at the home of Mrs. Murray Sonnet!. president of the [Miami Beach Opti-Mrs. Main business of the meeting, conducted by Mrs. Frank Arthur, lieutenant governor, was election of a new lieulenant governor. ceremony will be Nathan L. Glaser. Miss Betty Gleisher. Mrs. Rose Spiegel and Mrs. Phillip Kaufman vice presidents: recording secretary. Miss Jear.ne Trattler: finan cial secretary. Mrs. Gertrude Rcisenbach: corresponding secretary. Mrs. Charles Krupit; and treasurer Mrs. J. George Schwartz. During dinner, to be served at 7 p.m.. guests will see the show in the Le Can Can Room of the hotel. Chairman of the affair is Mrs. Herman Schoenfeld. assisted by Mrs. Herman Siegel and Miss Betty Fleisher. who are in charge of reserTations. The organization stages entertainment for patients at the VA Hospital in ("oral Gables, and gives financial aid to their lam ilies. "^M w^^ ^QH ^F HJ ^v ___ "'a Mrs. Crowell To Take Over Gavel On Wednesday evening in the Dunes Motel, Rabbi Daniel M l.ov > will install officers of Tern pie Sinai Sisterhood for 1963-64. Succeeding Mrs. Sam Lubcli Mrs. David Corwell will be the new president; vice presidents, Mrs Bdwin Weiss and Mrs. Laura Golustein: treasurer, Mr?. Abe aeigar; financial secretary. Mrs Justin Goldsmith; recording secretary, Mrs. Julian Brown; coti( sponding secretary, Mrs. Lewis t ohen. Trustees are Mesdames Harold i'trgcr. Nal Borrok, Jack Kirschhaum, Daniel Lowy, Ralph Whitehouse and Dorothy Stone; advisor, Mrs. Lubell. Program chairman, Mrs. Morris Singer, will present a musical fashion. "Leave Them Laughing." Directed by Mrs. Sam Onrot, with !iano accompaniment by Hy Freed, the show cast will be members of the Sisterhood. Reservations chairmen are Mrs. Morris Singer and Mrs. Maurice Co-low. Mother's Day At Dade Heights Mother's Day program for Dade Heights Jewish Congregation Sisterhood will be "An Evening with Patsy Abbott" at Patsy's Place, Miami Beach. Reservations chairman for the affair, to be held Sunday evening. May 12. are Mrs. Richard Newman and Mrs. Mel Gaier. The group's sixth annual donor luncheon, chaired by Mrs. Harry Ilausman, was held at the Holly wood Beach Hotel at noon last Sunday. 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