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(Jewish Floridian Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and TOE HWISH WEEKLY Volume 36 — Number 19 Miami, Florida, Friday, May 10, 1963 Two Sections — Pr::e 21 Mind/in in Israel Leo Mindlin, executive editor of The Jewish Floridian, is in Israel foi a four-week intensive coverage of the State. Mindlin boarded an El Al Jet last Sunday evening for a lOVa hour non-stop flight to Lydda Airport. He was met by government officials and dignitaries who will be his hosts for the stay. His itinerary includes touring the entire coun try and interviewing ke^ figures in every phase of government. Mindlin gained national stature through his analytic and forthright approach to the wide range of subjects covered in his column "As I See It," in The Jewish Floridian and is well known for his other writings and as a platform speaker. Jewish Floridian readers can look forward to a series of informative and stimulating articles, interviews and columns by Leo Mindlin, the first of which appears in this issue on Page 4-A. 'Prevent War' Gurion Says In Address to Parliament Sen. Javits Plea LEO MINDLIN first hand covtruge UJA Opens Six-Week Emergency Fund Drive JERUSALEM—(JTA)—Prime Minister David Ben-Gurion, address-, ing the Israel Parliament on Monday on the Government's foreign pol-: icy, said that he believes that it is the intention of Col. Nasser, Egypt's ruler, to attack Israel. However, he pointed out that the position of the Jews in Israel is not like the position of the Jews under the Nazis, who found themselves utterly helpless. Israel's defense forces, he said, have the power to repulse any attack or aggression, whether it corns from one or the trio of Arab states which indicated interest last month in forming a %  W\\ tripartite United Arab Republic. wW*y %  1W** ( act tnat {ne Arab armies have undoubtedly progressed, and notwithNEW YORK-(JTA)-Sen. Jacob s, andin § g"*'" reception of a K. Javits announced here that he s,ream Soviet arms and Ru.... „ ,. o— &f „ sian instructors, while German sciWUI introduce into the Senate a Imjrovtog the training resolution calling on the United „.•„„ .f u „ States government to initiate n co/the Egyptian army and the qualgotiations for a mutual defense of ite "****. treaty in the Middle East with the •However." Mr. Ben-Gurion strcsUnited Kingdom, France, Israel sed. "the only sure victory is pre"and any Middle East state includ-1 vention of war. Israel's policy is ing the Arab states which would therefore directed toward this end be willing to hold the borders of its through constantly strengthening the deterrent power of its army and securing the moral and political suport of all the lorees in the world concerned, as we are, for NEW YORK — (JTA) — A sixeek nationwide emergency drive for the collection of S39.500.000 in ..-h was set in motion here this \eek by the national executive ommitttee of the United Jewish \ppeal following a report by one > its key members that "rescue nd relief requirements in Europe n.1 North Africa, and immigrant i settlement needs in Israel are 'running the availability of 9 Girls Drown In Tel Aviv I TEL AVIV (JTA — Nine girls i the Agudat Israel Teachers minary in Beer Yaahov were drowned last week on the Tel iv leubore when an entire lass from the school went swimming as part of a tour of Tel Aviv. The class, which was under the Continued on Page 10 A funds." The $39,500,000 cash was explained by Israel D. Fink of Minneapolis, National Cash Chairman of the UJA, and Rabbi Herbert A. Friedman of New York, the UJA's David P. Catsman, chairman of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation Cash Committee, upno receipt of a telegram form Mr. Fink statirg the especially difficult situation, called a meeting of the Federation Cash Committtee which took placo at Federation Headquarters on Wednesday afternoon. May 8th. Mr. Catsman pledged that the Greater Miami Jewish Federation would spring into action by calling upon the community to turn their 1963 pledges into cash, to help meet the urgent needs contained in Mr. Fink's report. executive vice chairman. Mr. Fink, who returned last week from Continued on Pago 5-A neighbors inviolate." In an address at the annual national dinner of the Union of Orthodox Jewish Congregations of America here, the New York Senator warned of "a mounting war threat in the Middle East" arising from the "declared intentions" of the United Arab Republic "to liquidate Israel and to push the Israelis into the sea." The resolution. Sen. Javits said. would also express the sense of Congress that the United States "re| state al the very least, the declarContinued on Page 12-A London News Office Bombed LONDON — (JTA) — A bomb, blast shattered the front office of the new building of the Jewish I Chronice recently as the weekly newspaper was going to press. I Some 40 persons were in the build| ing but no one was injured. Fireman, police and detectives) of the Special Branch rushed to the scene. The con-ensus was that the blast was a professional job. Police salvaged most of the metal fragments from the bomb container. The explosive, apparently, a time bomb, was left at the building entrance. Continued on Page 7-A Gaud Defends Aid to Egypt WASHINGTON -(JTA)— William S. Gaud, Assistant Administrator of the U.S. Agency for International Development, in the Near East bureau, indicated this week in a CBS-TV interview that the State Department opposes an amendment, introduced in Congress by Rep. Seymour llalpern, New York Republican, to sever aid to Egypt. The Halpe-n amendment would terminate aid because of Egypt's Continued on Page 11-A Ogden Reid Urges U.S. Stand Firm WASHINGTON—(JTA)-Rep. den Iteid. New York Republic who iornierly served as American Ambassador to Israel. introdu< a resolution Monday in the Ho of Representatives urging the President to reaffirm American interest in Middle Eastern peace. ; to "declare the intention of the United States government — Up n the request of any state In the area which considers itself thiv. ened —immediately to lake act: both within and outside the I'nr Nations, to prevent such violation and to preserve the peace and bility of the area." Rep. Rcid's proposed resoiut would urge the President "to iterate the unalterable oppositi :>f the United states government to use oi force or the threat force among any of the statc> that area, lor the purpose of lating or altering frontiers or ai istice lines, or for any other | pose which would threaten peace and stability of the area. Myer Feldman, Deputy Sp! cial Counsel to President Kennedy told a conference of tt-e American Israel Public Affairs Committee that the United States was committed to the integrity of Israel and did not intend "to sit on the sidelines if there is any threat." Mr. Feldman cited the Amen supply of Hawk anti-aircraft i -Continued on Pane 2A Israel Bond Holders Redeeming 1st Issue NEW YORK — (JTA 1 — Economic aid to Israel becomes a twoway highway as the State of Israel began the payment of S24.Resettlement Only Solution for Cuban Refugees • • ? riw.,1 John F. Thomas, director of the j Cuban Refugee Program of the IS. Department of Health, Education and Welfare, told members of the board of Directors attending the annual meeting of the New York Association for New Americans, that the best solution for the Cuban refugee is to move f>im %  way from Miami to a community which "will help him put to; use the skills, knowledge and en ergy which are his proudest possessions." The dinner meeting, held May 2. also heard a report on the agency's activities during 1962, when 5.775 Jewish refugees were resettled in the city, including 1.700 from Cuba. NYANA is a beneficiary agency of the I nited Jewish Apcpal. Mr. Thomas stated that he had worked on refugee programs ir Europe for the last 18 years, he said that many countries in Europe, and even single communities, had given asylum to far more refugees than have have come into this country from Cuba. "These countries have not had the wealth or the welfare machinery that is available to the United States. But they have accepted and helped refugees in the same manner as did the people of Florida during the early days of the Cuban crisis. Now that the overflow of refugees from Miami to other parts of the nation is far outnumbering the influx, some people are beginning to find all sorts of exaggerated reasons for destructive criticism and com plaints about the refugees." Mr. Thomas stated that "emotions and political considerations must be kept out of the Cuban refugee program." The only policy which the Fed eral Government can follow, hesaid, is to call upon citizens throughout the nation to redouble Continued on Page 6-A .ioo.ooo to American Investors in it! first Israel bonds maturing in liiG3. Twelve-year savings bonds bought i" 1951 are being redeemed on the basis of one hundred and fifty cents on the dollar. At a ceremony marking the start of the redemption of the first bonds of the State of Israel to be scld in the United States, Israel Ambassador Avraham Herman said that "the people of Israel welcome the first day of the redemption of Israel bonds as a historic date in its calendar of prejress." Leaders of tho Israel Bond Organization joined c''icials of the State of Israel at the Redemption Reception at tho Israel Consulate. Describing the redemption procedures. Dr. Joseph Schwartz, Continued on Pago 3-A



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friday. May 10. 1963 +Je*istTtX>riktt9*7 Page 3-A Israel Bond Holders Redeeming 1st Issue [Left to right at a rehearsal for the production of 'Tederation IColoring Book" to be presented at the Federation Annual [Meeting are Gerald Falick, Mrs. Milton Weinkle, Mrs. Rocky |Pomerance, Mrs. Leon Kaplan, wife of the chairman of the annual meeting; Al Libert, Bernard Hamersmith, Millie Drazier %  t the piano and Trixie Levin, who wrote the play. Others in fne casi not shown are Mrs. Stanley Arkin, Mrs. Tommy GerInrd and Jimmy Rosenstrauch. Invitations Issued for Federation's !5th Anniversary Annual Meeting Continued from P?-e 1-A vice-president said that the Treasury of Israel had turned over In the Chase Manhattan Bank the sum of $4,199,175 to cover the payments on alt bonds maturing dur tntf the first month' of redemption. Each month the amount of principal and interest due to holders ol maturing bonds will be paid to the Chase which is the paying agent for Israel together with the Continental Illinois National Bank and Trust Company of Chicago and the Bank of America National Trust and Savings Association in San Francisco. Dr. Schwartz stated that Israel Itond sales in the United States (forirg 1951 totalled S52.647.000 of which approximately 59 percent was in Coupon Bonds and 41 percent in Savings Bonds. Some $5,000.000 worth of the Savings Bonds have since been retired prior to maturity through conversion into shares in Israel industries, tourist j expenses in Israel, gifts to philan, thropic institutions, and through payment to the estates of deceased registered owner?. The remaining Savings Bonds, more nan S16.C00.000 will be paid out at 150 percenl, or about $24,500,000 this year. The Coupon Bonds of the Independence Issue will not mature until 1961). Invitations for the Greater Mi-1 .. Jewish Federation's 25th Anersary Annual Meeting on Sunny, May 26, at the Deauvillr Ho have gone out to the communAn exciting program is being I.mned to make the 25th Anniver |ary celebration, co-sponsored by local Federation agencies, a host memorable meeting, it was tunounced by Leon Kaplan, chairlian of the annual meeting compittee. Mr. Kaplan said that the Annual Meeting honoring the Silver Anniversary of Federation is being conducted in close association with the 25th Anniversary fommittee, headed by Mrs. Stany C. Myers. Committee chairmen for the rent are the following: Mrs. Charles P. Feinberg. arrangements; Mrs. Sidney If. Schwartz, attendance; Mrs. Aaron Farr. hostesses; Dr. Joseph EL Narot. program; Fred K. Shochct. publicity. A. Budd Cutler, president of the Greater Miami Jewish Community Center, and Mrs. Burton B. Goldstein, president of the Jewish Family and Children's Service, are heading the agency meeting arrangements committee. "Federation Coloring Book," a musical written by Trixie Levin, will tell the Federation story and mat of its agencies in song and verse. Among the highlights of the show will be the Founder's Meeting in 1988 at the home of Sam Blank; a solo by Mrs. Stanley Weinkle dedicated at the Home for the Aged dedication; and a performance of a Community Center number by Sandi. Mark and Shiran Goldring, Olivia Levin and Kenny l'omerance. Lewis Weinstein of Boston, prominent in National Jewish Federation activities, will he the guest speaker. Reservations and Information re gardtng the 25th Anniversary Annual Meeting may be obtained by calling Federation headquarters. Past Presidents Meet A luncheon of the American Legion past presidents will be held Monday, noon, in the Charlemagne room at the Deauville Hotel. Rabbi Lipschitz Leads JNF Group Rabbi Max A. 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May 10. 1963 +Jewis& nrridfcw Pace 5-A !* \ North Miami Temples Plan Merger Two North Miami synagogues have announced plans to merge "to expanded and newly organiz synagogue which will probably tain the earlier name of Yehut 1 I Moshe. Rabbi Simon April will serve ? unify leadership and streamline operating costs." Henry Gilbert, president of Yehudah Moshe Congregation at 13630 W. Dixie Highway, announced this week that his group and Beth Emeth Congregation, 12250 NW 2nd Ave., a neighboring synagogue, would combine both their memberships.. A total of 250 families are involvwhich opened its doors in 1949. ed in the unprecedented move, ac-> Under present plans, more than spiriual leader of the merged cording to Gilbert. 500 persons will be served by the groups until full plans are iinalizt "This is probably the first —, time in the history of Conservative synagogues in South Florida that such a union has taken place," said Gilbert. The Holy Prayer Book, symbolizing brotherhood of man, is the bond uniting these leaders of two synagogues whose memberships merged this week. Shown at ceremonies were (left to right) Henry Gilbert, president of Yehudah Moshe Congregation; Bud Breitbart, vice president and Merle Michaels, president of Beth Emeth Congregation; and Max Polis, acting chairman of the board of Yehudah Moshe. UJA Opens Six-Week Emergency Fund Drive Continued from P*.ie 1-A two-week scries of consultations I; ml personal survey in Europe and %  Israel, told the executive commitllte that "the reduction in the dolllars available is threatening an (immediate slowdown and possible [cessation of aid programs involvling vast numbers of the 575,000 ] needy, distressed and refugee Uus now on our rolls in Israel, [ France. Morocco. Tunisia. Algeria, [Iran and other countries." He reported "an especially dif licult situation in Israel" which he -aid was resulting from an extended period of high immigration, and of the giant needs in ah•nrpirtm, housing, water and socal servicewhich this record immigration is producing. Mr. Fink's report also singled out France as CQUjjer of acute and worsening %  \w-h need." He emphasized that "5,000 families made up of close to 20,000 men, women and children who entered metropolitan France last spring and summer as refugees from Algeria and who have been subsisting on French Government aid supplemented by the French and American Jewish communities face the prospect of losing government assistance beginning July 1. On that day they will turn to the Joint Distribution Committee and French Jewish bodies, and these overburdened organizations simply haven't got the funds!" Mr. Fink stressed that French Government aid to the Algerian refugees was legislated for "one year," and added: "The year is now running out for Jews and nonJews alike, and what makes the situation particularly urgent is that we don't have the financial it sources in hand to cope with the : relief needs that will begin nmltii jiving astronomically just two I short months from now." Rising costs of building maintenance, administration and separate educational staffs were some of the considerations leading to the plan. President Merle Michaels and vice president Bud Breitbart of Beh Emetth met with Gilbert, Max Polis, acting chairman of the board of Yehudah Moshe and other community leaders to set a date for election of officers, and working out of additional by-laws. "By combining, we may be able to reduce costs of educational programs, reach more youth, and expand our cultural activities," the office said. Beth Emeth was established in 1954, following Yehudah Moshe, Louis Segal, National Farband Executive, Addresses Local Lebidiker LZO Chapter Louis Segal, Farbana general secretary and member of the Jewish Agency, made the princii pal address at the Lebediker Branch Farband LZO meeting re-. cently. President of the branch is Joseph P. Zuckerman, southern representative, during whose term in office the membership has grown to almost 250, with active participation in Histadrut, Jewish National Fund, Combined Jewish Appeal and Bonds for Israel. At present, plans are being made to raise funds for the Home for the Blind and Home for the Aged. Other officers are Oscar S J piro, vice president; Solomon P. ness, financial secretary; Jaco>> Fraydman, recording secretar ; Ely Malin, treasurer; Mrs. So'omon Parness, social secretary; public relations, Abraham W shau. Members of the board are rr. Norman Berk, Mrs. Sarah Babi Leon April, Ben Meyers, Sim n Tetenbaum, Morris Orenstem, Een Talmadge, Jerome Yesner, Albert Ricklin, Mrs. Ann Warshau, II Frida Sack, Meyer Goldstein, II ris Forer and Louis Doublin. Now What Could Surprise Her More klA special offer -vw, VALUE rfl SHEAFFERS •ew $195 BALLPOINT plus free 790 refill Famous Sheaffer quality, plus free entry in No-Loser Sweepstakes. Win fabulous pns, BARNETT'S OFFICE SUPPLIES & EQUIPMENT 134 N.E. 1st St. Miami 228 N.E. 59th St. Miami 1608 Washington Ave. Miami Beach 272 Valencia Coral Gables We Give Merchants Green Stamps PL 4-3457 Charter Presented Mizrachi Chapter During the celebration of the anniversary of Israel in Greater Miami. Rabbi Jonah Caplan presented a charter to the Batya Chapter, new group of Mizrachi Women's Organization of America in the North Miami Beach area. Heading the slate of officers, Mrs. Alex Shayewitz, was installed as president; Mrs. Joseph Gropen, vice president; Mrs. Simon April, financial secretary; and Mrs. Joseph Maisel, recording secretary. Program included a documentary 'dm of the schools and villages in Israel operated and maintained by Mizrachi Women. The new chapter will hold a board meeting on Tuesday, May 21, to plan future activities and projects. Mrs. Alfred Stone is Florida coordinator for Mizrachi Women. What Do Doctors Recommend Most For TENSE,NERVOUS HEADACHES? Anacin* Tablets contain the pain reli.v.T doctors recommtnd mot f"r headache pain. Ami Anacin works jat. In 22 MCOndf after entering vour bloodstream. Anacin is speeding relief to your headache. Anai in not only relieves the pain, bul alao its tension and depression. You M, Anacin is like a doctor's prescription. That is a combination of ingredients... a ipecit I combination not found in leading aspirins or buffered aspirins. 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Jay. May 10. 1963 fJewisti thrldUan Page 7-A iurion Says: revent War' Continued from P?->e 1-A maintenance of peace in the pa." The Premier added that he eves that peace will come when r neighbors will realise their and thai .1 will be ihe kind %  ro from wh'.ch the Middle -\ and the entire world will Recalling Israel's cor.firued i vice efforts since the state was !-tab!ished, the Premier noted hat all the attempts 'have been let with Arab hostility and with 'oclamations of the inte.iiion to estroy Israel." lie referred to la.-t month's Cairo I : otineement about the tii-power el for forming a new Arab KedItion which said specifically that Federation's arms include a ilitary alliance to ir.sure the libr.uion of Palestine/' This is the first time.'" he said. |that annihilation ot Israel was set nil as the clear aim of a unified rab military command." I he Prime Minister sharply critized Britain's Lord Privy Seal, ward Heath, who ia.-i week told House of Commons in London: KVe have no reason to assume Jut the Arabs contemplate an at(ck against Israel." "It is ineonivable," said the Prime Minister. Ithat Mr. Heath did not read the 'ins of the treaty between Egypt. aq and Syria. Does he not be Mi' this political declaration of Egyptian President and the i'li'.scntatives of the Iraqi and |\:ian governments? I doubt if any British subjects who are niuerned with world peace will ^Ii-ntify themselves with the Lord frivy Seal's statement." Mr. Ben-Gurion listed Israel's Jiievements during the last 15 rars, despite being "under siege, U'ighed down by heavy security urdem." In the face of such burlens, he noted. Israel succeeded in -living many of its problems in pioneering spirit." also finding |h<' ability to assist new and devd|l tng countries in Asia, Africa, ,;.nn America and the Mediterknean basin. Sen. Wayne Morse Accepts Invitation; Highlight of Aronovitz Bond Dinner S" Wi he Horse, n longtime liend of the State of Israel in Vash'ngton, will head a list of disi 11 citizens who will join n a trib its to Miami City ComI • Sidnej If. Aronovitz at be Co .'re :ation Beth David Dinicr .if Ti ite Sunda;. May 18, n Spei or I'.all of the co igregaUon. l."is Sternshein, consrregation ire • lenl and chairman of the Mk| m it iHtia mi NMM | MkM, L -in__mt_. j Econ-0-Way Holidays to ISRAEL and EUROPE VIA EL AL 707 JETS 25 days for as little as $ 642* From New Yorh Hostesses meet to plan the "mostest" and "bestest" for Congregation Beth David's Dinner of Tribute to be held Saturday evening. May 18, in the congregation's Spector Hall. Left to right are Mrs. Lewis Sternshein, wife of the congregation's president and dinner chairman; Mrs. Sidney M. Aronovitz, wife of the dinner guest of honor; and Mrs. Louis Seitlin, chairman of the committee of hosts. 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Pace 8-B r.:e =-A Jemiti fkrr&ir TriAaj. Hay 10. 1363 Points To His Experience V-%  M ::vr -\o -: zss zz-zc Sinai Founder r aaaarrs da* of X:--.-n.iLewia: -ta. eJ T\mim fcr -je aae traitee af > : ; s••• : head for -.be pea? i .__. --..-: local? aad aa= s~aaKhrpac eoacri i: i r r-v: :: -. i £iJimmy Schiff To be Page Cab was estabhihfrt c : J Richard u> the MiCaty CeameaL Richard. wSh 12 years ee the council. :tfti to gam has fcarta fear-year .— mam e*j ah rrt ai H HM ed far Thars*ay. Jaae 4. There i as raaef* tfcb : Ins candidacy. "there ever for op the d Oar e*> face* c • -;.-at ra KM by l aar age o ai eoaaolmen Dai Mad fai ~rllj sad iia rihlf i-i-si-ir. ia the .. *-•• ahead %  %  a* eiersoo of" vigorous, iadeiniaaaaf aad anefiaceat gc • iimtt officers ~ A laiaani Beech r**idan far 3 yrv and • eraOVae a# *a U n M orsaty mf F I a r %  d a Law SC^MJ. Rxkard was Ihe ut* tl*rne-y-a-4aw *e apin an ofAc* far :-:-:* an fSe beac* side a* •*<• cavseway. M e •* iipirlij C--Y J*de* tt 9 •f 29. a awsitian fnatn which ha rws-9ned ta anliw %  *he U.SHtry, m wfeich ha *e-*ed with rffioal l an nne n ditiWH as aen•ral line **&c*r ar wa and a ha* rears. If want** overseas. As mumta— Richard says he -foeght team high school or. BBBJ Beach. wea Lav nau to isaraatee pabhc beaches, hroasnt iUilaaa.il nbrary faeabties doeer to j t ifl ami foaght ux anqunic s rtie keeper* the crjj ux BUH.-.•: leader o: Temple 3eth 2 lorn, will review the current B uxaj a aq t ha ft. HOB :or AH Season." by Roter Bolt, on Wednesday evenirjc. Mcv 15 in e Terr.'.e And torium. Lookdng on are left to nqht Leor. Unger and James Knoplce. diaciisaing the dramatic readings from the play, which members of the Temple Thespums will reed. Unger is director, and Knopke, chairman oi the Temple Thesnians' -the last in a series of five bock reviews which Rani: -l-cr.-sr. .".as presented under the auspices of the Sisterhood of Terr.pie Beth Sholcm. USY Dance Festival Beach Auditorium : .%  • • -e m oXte Genii Leaa. prtn a a a t oj SOEM. w m iaa t i the l — a i m i^e-i: the oe_3ABJ5 de Hirsea M?*r a pas] l 1 I i ii h %  at .-e Ki Hi th. ( ri ri-. I We ii ter mo lor eve T ^ro ."•pri Ami DC Beta tin. Nore Rose Spec i--.ee mom Ma stude High. i.i t Clas*. EVERT-FULL^ WESTBROOKE LUUCMEOW W€00?BS BANQUETS FASHION SHOWS %  EETHN8S NaXEFnONS anrao a TO a. r i r—aa i ^-*rs.*f £ref a? r* Westbrooke 0 !" 8500 ON THE TRAIL • CA 1-8000 : i •---. %  % %  %  •: fasal a jare aay TahaabK cay :.e extr-j unam to the : Rjcaard? saaporters declare : -he ha* beea the : .: strict *ad aetxre 1 eatorceaen: He :aajfj ki BBnctjag 2iHis lifaiaai attacks aa Uakssaess broatbt has aatioaal TIX syachcatefJ its sad aaagazxae articles Wai bis wife, iaaet. aad their two seas. Barry aad Ratty. Richard Irres at 3**cayre Rd M... Jewish People"; Da.'.ces the Vorld Over' will be the theme of the first anmul rugogue Yooth I it dance fe* J* bead Sunday c • 19. at the Beach h^h School Auditorium. Ctose to i young peopli costume, under i -g RotxaD. Isre. foBt dar.ee instructor, will perfonr. ir.d those learned he Jewish people m European aad near-Eaati A aatctal peript ill be i ed by R of "Tern i ri of The Seethe." Re; • ~z i >stiTaI are fror Beth David Teaapk El Dade H boa. Beth Torah Cocgreiatioo, TesKpte Beth Sholem. Hollywood and Temple Sinai. Hollywood Co-ordicator of the fest. Rabbi Allen Rutcbik Southeast Region Cm-ed Syna rae Youth Tickets may bv n %  ed at the door the Bight o; the performance or frc Kutchik. a: KwS '*\ St. Dunn? lrtermissioc. 3 f Temple Eaar; F. and Cooper of Temple -ent Hebrew son: ai • aj L'SY en campmer: at th# %  usint ^ Yowl faad coaap e*e Have ttiat ^ ng, 'oo-^ei o *ocfty iu t utf vco.' -eeds ini incju art, or ^ AJoadn, Scheherozode and kubo'vot tooaai. be it for youth Service lre*Jricf youth service aad break-. Suriay aoraiag. W a.m.. .: Temp* Emaao-El aril hi held ..edlan-i Chapel and StrkJo Hall. Paren*> are invitei to at lend the special • Horor Thy Fath I: ar^ Hathai breaki*t /c3c^ •. superb service .. incomparable facilities for PR1\ ME PMtTlES • lvNQll WEDDINGS • LINCHEONS MEETINGS. COCKT\IL P.VltTlES Le: -< tea yea Ml beutdal oaa aaJ exquiuie pubac r^T-s ^n caa be r-ije i.i iSc for any social r-ert t>' *-• -f :-< -~-c- E.—7 -c Room, the EJen Roc at its regu best' AH year occasions TB be memorable ones when celebrated at the EJes Rat' J^CQttS OST^DU. I OCfANFCOMT. 4Srti •• 47


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Friday. May IG. 1963 JVS Joins Annual Meeting-Installation Wiffr Federation Anniversary Event *J**l*t>nar*0aun Page 9-A .lewis bencfici. Jewish metii Jewi-r Lloyd minimal Vocational Service, a y ol the Greater Miami %  .•deration, held its annual al the Greater Miami • tdirati.in last week. Rutfcfn, chairman. JVS ig and membership comBetl Am to Honor Family Service Exec Leon Fisher, director of the Jewish Family and children's Service, will distu-. -The Dilemma of Discipline" on Monday. 8 p.m., in the adult education room of Temple Beth Am. First in a two-part series sponsored by the Temple education committee for parents of teennicrs, Fisher's theme on the following Monday evening. May 20, will be Ticket for Tomorrow." New officers o: Temple Beth Am ltrothernood. elected at a recent meetin; are: Max Raalcin, >-t-ldnt; exmmUv* \\,;preftfdfM, i.-. Datberx: MCOIIII \..-.. | lr ..-,i, m. B. n Cleln; third i Ice ... lden> l>. >• n|,, vt'elllns; cor, -;• %  •' aii a -..:.., uicha< i Bch if. '• f '*'•'' 'I *• %  •' %  • tan. Arthur Ja > %  %  ti -in. i. Robert Wi.lk ard % %  < din t. re; l-1..I Bhtolri*, rtu n salkori Vrthur l.v..n>. run [ink*, > : Hchn % %  /.. deome Matin, *••> •-•' R"lx (tai'vett, Kormnn '• '•• %  I ward F! h a and Htanlt-t i; M.. i. Beth -.in Brotherhood maintains a bipod hank for members of the Temple, Children and parent* and has received a certificate for untiring elforts in behalf of the lit. Sinai blood bank. mi I tee. presented the following officer*, elected by the board of directors: Mrs. Charles P. Feinberg. president; Herbert P. Blumberg Charles Hertzoif. Sam Luby, Jr.' and Mrs. Gerald P. Soltz vice presidents; Meyer A. Baskin, secretary; and Stuart Rothchilj. treasurer. Sam J. Heiman, former president of the Greater Mi ami Jewish Federation, was elect ed honorary president. Board members: Ronald L. Albert, Sanford Bacon, Richard I. Brickman, Dr. Edward J. Fox, An(hew A. (idler. Dr. Arthur I. Gil Kit. Sanford Levkoff, Dr. Robert S. Liebeskind. Norton Pallot, Ronaid S. Pallot, Herbert P. Blumbeg, Sidney Efronson, Jerome G. Greene. Maurice H. Hyman, Albert Quadow. and Mrs. Sam Stark. Board members whose terms expire in 1965 are: Mrs. Meyer A. Baskin. Clemen J. Ehrlich, Mrs. Charles p. Feinberg, Sam J. Hei-' man, Albert J. Hirseh, Dr. Alan; Jackson. In in W. Katz, Martin 8.1 Lodge. Stuart Rothehild. Lloyd L.I Ruskin. and Saul A. Schulman. Board members for three-year terms: Barney Bernstein, Mar shall S. Harris, Charles Hertzoff. Mrs. Sidney Lewis, Sam Luby, Jr.. Joseph Nadler. Mrs. Gerald P. Soltz. Sam Stark, and Arthur L. Willner. Annual Installation of officers and board v.ill take place at the Seville Hotel on May 26, in conjunction with the Greater Miami Jewish Federation's 25th anniversary. Installation dinner and dance of Temple Adath Yeshurun Sisterhood and Men's Club will be held Saturday night, June 8, in the newlycompleted sanctuary. Seated (left to right) are Joseph Liedman, newly-elected president; Rabbi Jonah E. Caplan, spiritual leader of the Temple; retiring president, Charles Rosenberg; Norman Goldstein, vice president. Standing (left to right) are William Mars, secretary; William Alter; Samuel Ratner; George Greenberg; Jacob Schoenfeld; William Platt; William Gerstein; Al Kessler, chairman of the board; Mrs. Daniel Bimberg, treasurer; Martin Beloff; Charles Smook, vice president; Joseph Gersten; Mac Kulick; Martin Knobel; Samuel Rubenstein, and Bernard Levy, financial secretary. Youth Group Plans Meeting Over 100 teen-agers will gather for the National Conference of! Synagogue Youth conclave to be held at Beth Israel Congregation Friday through Sunday. Theme of the weekend will be "The Sanctity of the Land of Israel." Sholom Strajcher. president of the Miami Region, announces that plans are being made for organizing new chapters of the group. Program for the conference will include Israeli singing and dancing, debates, and Torah study groups. Brotherhood Spring Dance Temple Zamora Brotherhood will sponsor a gala spring danca : on Saturday evening at the Temple social hall, with funds realized, marked for the Temple's Religious. '. School scholarship program. Committee chairman is Irving Simons. The Specialty of the Seville is PREFERRED IOTEL CATERING WEDDINGS • CONFIRMATIONS • LUNCHEONS • RECEPTIONS • MEETINGS to accommodate 10 or 1,000 10 NEWLY DECORATED BANQUET ROOMS KOSHER CATERING AVAILABLE Miami Beach 3'nai B'rith Lodge launches a B'nai B'rith Forest Section in "Me Ami." Israel, on the occasion of the joint B'nai B'rith JNF Night in honor of Gershon and Jeanette Miller held recently at the Fontainebleau Hotel. Left to right are Rabbi Mayer Abramowitz, president of the fewish National Fund Southeast Region; Zev '.'.'. Kogan, local attorney, JNF leader and v::e president-elect of the Miami Beach B'nai B'rith Lodge; Samuel Weiner, president cf Miami Beach B'nai B'rith Lodge; Ezra Finegold, president of Brandeis Zionist District and JNF organizational chairman, and Gershon and Jeanette Miller, guests of honor. Miller, local attorney .and past president of Miami Beach B'nai B'rith Lodge, has served as chairman of the B'nai B'rith Luncheon Club for the past 14 years. Extreme right is Irving Schatzman, past president of Miami Beach B'nai B'rith Lodge, and president of Temple Emanu-El 49ers. I'lease Call ESTELLE D. POLAK: JE 2-2511 HOTEL/* ^ ^^**^OC£AN AT 29lh STREET MIAMI BEACH *>• -,.— %  ,. Welcome Wagon Remembers Special FamilyOccasions Carrying on our community's traditional hospitality. 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Page 10A Jtmist ntrkt&r Friday. May 10. 1963 e i h \ :r • I K. C Judge Her-ry E'.'.er.boger. extreme ".e/ pwridM al MM InstaDatian of officers cf the faaaricaB F.'.er.ds of the Hebrew University at the AIr:ers Hotel o: prorr.iner.t M ami ens lac* 5 Popick second frorr. left preside-: : : : r PifV-". v:e pres;der.t: Leo P.obmso-. secretary 9 Girls Drown In Tel Aviv Continued from Page 1-A supervision of an instructor from the schcan isolated porOf the beach where the water i particularly deep and surrounded b> rocks because the ultraup did not want to be in sight of male bathThe tragedy began wlen one of the girlt found the water deeper than he expected and b3an calling for help. Some 20 other girl* rvrshed to her aid and nine were drowned when heavy waves dashed them against the rocks. Eight bodies have been recovered and a ninth girl is missing and presumed drowned. t outer members of the suimwmg party were rescued by pers rad of the nearby Sheraton H-:ei and were taken to the hospitai for treatment. Four of the £.rls ire still on the critical Ust bet it is hoped they will recover Best Wishes to the STATE OF ISRAEL on its 15th Anniversary Don't Moan Phone HI 3-4793 SLOANE AIR CONDITIONING 5211 S.W. 4th STREET 1 We Salute Israel On ls Anniversary NORTHWEST PUMP AND SUPPLY CO. Pump Sefes one Service low* Sprinklers Well Drilling iw'm Peel Filters "There's A Peasfar I very Jab" 1040 N.W. 54th STREET MIAMI. FtA. PL 9-5274 li. VAVVVV/VVAVVVVVv>AV^ Aaron Fan Seeks Beach Council Seat A newcomer to the poi. scene. Aaron Farr. a lonaume resident of Dad* County, has tossed his hat irto the Miami Beach :. | DM -.-.r.ers here %  -.An ardent MJM Beat* barter. Farr :* c o -0 tr ;: ?*~ TOBTS. witb offices and associate s tliiiBfbnnt tbe world. HNT S AAtON rAlt He holds board of governors of M. i r Seaeh Chamber of Coauaexee. AmMmlum and CoBwejroec Hi— ai ssc*"? board. Board of loo, Miami Bea Ki-anis •tan Brotherhood Tempt? Beth Sbotoaa. B'aai BTita. Jewish War Veterans. Amenta" LefiOB. Aasenean JewMi Committee. Zionist Orgaatxa ttoc of Amenta. Greater Miami Jt*i-h Pedentio* American Society of Travel Agents and the Ajjnmnr.i group of the University of Hr—i. Aaron's wife. Myra. is equally well-known for her outstanding euntributio n s ot Miami Beach community life. Their son. Harvey. was just this week separated from Uncle Sam's Air Force. Farr is confident that be can. if elected to the City Council, "aet much-needed doUars rolling into our beautiful city 1~ ; • en *s '. 5 -f :sry EDWARD C. MAY Organist .'.eoo-Ci Bar .V.>zvahs •93 NE 82nd Street PL 9-3685 We srael on its 15*" AnnrVsraai RANGE FUNERAL HOME 5727 NW 17th AVENUE OX 1-4343 Herbert Klein Wins Scholarship Herbert Alan Klein. 21-year-old f.-shion design student at Miami Dade Junior College, has been ed by the Fashion Group of V:mi as vtaMf of its annual scholarship award Only man in the advanced fashion design class at the Junior College. Klein plans to use the S300 award to attend the Fashion Institute of Technology in New York after completion of his courses here in June. Four of the young designer's original styles will be shown at the M-DJC fashion show at Bur dines on May 23. Son of Rabbi and Mrs. David K>in. 17310 NE 10th Ct.. No. Miarm Beach. Kleir. :s s 1960 grad uate of North Miami Senior High He was runner-up last year for the Fashion Group award. Aonther Miami Dade Junior College student, freshman Jeanne Sheridan Bush. 1744 5H 2r.d Ave.. ; was this year's runner-up IT IS W.TH PLEASURE WE EXTEND BEST WISHES TO THE STATE OF ISRAEL ON ITS 15th ANNIVERSARY FROM Mischon Foundation 4295 E. 10th Lane Htaleah, Florida MU 1-7486 GREETINGS TO THE STATE OF ISRAEL ENDURANCE FLOOR CO., INC "FLOOR COVERING CONTRACTORS" Residential & Commercial 13900 NW 7th AVE. Ph. MU 1-4923 BEST WISHES TO THE STATE OF ISRAEL I OYEMIOLT JEWELERS YOUR SOUTH MIAMI JEWELER 5706 SUNSET DR. (Crossroad Bldg.) MO 5-2112 Miss North Miami General Hospital 1963. Linda Mcndeistam. proves that careers and beauty can go hand in hand during National Hospital Week. May 12 to 18. Linda. 18. \s c senior at North Mean: Senior High and hopes to pursue a career in the medical held. Her talent is singing opera and she has had speci-1 ::~L-.:rc :.-. cpera and musical comedy, xkh ye — she was a rcr.:-"s:".: in the NLss Miami beauty contest end cl c o runner-up in the Miss North M:ccni beauty pageant Linda :s the daughter cf Mr. end Mrs. Charles lliimtemmll, 12911 Auialia Rd. Kevstone Point EXTENDING BEST WISHES TO THE STATE OF ISRAEL ON ITS 15th ANNIVERSARY Petri's Positive Pest Control EXTERMINATORS 3663 N.W. 7th Street NE 5-4343 c Happy 15th Anniversary to the State of Israel Herbert F. Beckman Portrait Studio Children Weddings 1699 N.E. 123rd Street Ph. 754-6143 Adults North Miami Best Wishes to the STATE OF ISRAEL on i's 15'h Anniversary The Miracle Lawn Service 2658 S.W. 37th Ave. (Douglas Rd.) 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Friday. May 10. 1963 ••, IfHlsti fh>r8dlfrri Page 11/ One of the important Professional Divisions, the Dentist Division, of Combined Jewish Appeal, under the chairmanship of Dr. Richard Deutch, held a tournament and brunch at Westview Country Club, on Sunday, May 5. Twenty-five dentists attended this Federation event and joined in the support of the Silver Anniversary year campaign. Co-chairmen of the event were Dr. Carl Baumann, Dr. Edward Galler, Dr. George Graham and Dr. Albert Moser. Standing (rear, left to right) are Dr. Baumann, Dr. Donald Michnoff, Dr. Malcom Meister, Dr. Graham, and Dr. Ernest Halpryn. Seated (left to right) are Dr. Milton Lubarr, Dr. Moser, Dr. Jack Mishkin and Dr. Sanford Kane. Gaud Defends Aid to Egypt Continued from P.?e 1-A diversion of its own funds for a military build-up, including acquisition of Soviet arms and use of German missile technicians. Mr. Gaud defended aid to Egypt. Stating that Israel has received an average of S410 per capita in U.S. aid while Egypt has only received an average of S26 per capita. He said also that Israel had gotten $900 million from the United States since the beginning of the aid program, and Egypt had only received $600 million. He said assistance to Egypt kept her from being totally dependent on the Soviet bloc, enabled America to maintain friendly relations with Egypt, and encouraged Nasser's conciliation of the last few years on peaceful development. He said that cutting off aid to Egypt would throw the country into the hands of the Communists. Best Wishes to the STATE OF ISRAEL on its 15th Anniversary LEONARD JEWELERS Diamonds • Watches • Jewelry Jewelry & Watch Repairing 2420 Ponce de Leon Blvd. Coral Gables HI 3-1754 Best Wishes to the STATE OF ISRAEL on its 15th Anniversary CARLOS SUNOCO SERVICE STATION Some Service as Good — 'NONE BETTLR" 1101 S.W. 8th STREET FR 1-9198 D. Lee Powell Seeks Reelection D. Lee Powell, who is complet-. m:: 21 consecutive years as a Miami Beach councilman, qualified for reelection to council as a can-1 didate in the June 4 election, i Three-times mayor of Miami Beach, Powell is a realtor and banker who has resided here since 1923. A councilman since 1942, he served as vice mayor from 1949-51 and as mayor for the 1951-53: 1955-57 and 1959-61 terms. His long service has gained him the title "Dean of the Miami Beach council." Powell's municipal leadership career has been highlighted by numerous public improvements which he spearheaded. Chief among these wen establishment of public parking areas, institution of enhanced police training procedure! in the city's police department, improved municipal recreational facilities and the acquisition of Bayshore Golf Course by the city in 1944. His municipal government leadership gained further recognition by his election to the presidency of Florida League of Municipalities, a state-wide association of Florida cities. As a humanitarian, Powell gained added recognition just two months ago when he was named 1963 recipient of the brotherhood award of National Conference of Christians and Jews. Seven years ago he received a similar award from B'nai B'rith Anti-Defamation League. He led a successful effort in the state legislature to unmask the Ku Klux Klan in Florida and has been lauded for his efforts to outlaw the display of un-American, discriminatory signs and symbols. A founder and director of Bank 1 of Miami Beach, Powell heads the real estate firm of L. L. Powell & Sons, founded four decades ago : by his father. Powell was reared and educated in Brooklyn, N.Y. He resides on Prairie Ave., Miami Beach, with his wife, Martha, and two daughters. BEST WISHES TO THE STATE OF ISRAEL ON ITS 15th ANNIVERSARY Coral Way Standard Service RON DUNN 1290 Coral Way FR 3-9269 WMAS*WMWM******M^MMMMMVVMMWMl<* AAVAMiiVVVVVVVVWAAAM^^MMIA> 430 SEYBOLD BLDG. 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riday. May 10. 1963 *Jewlsiifh)ridnar) Page 13-A GEMS OF WISDOM Music washes aivay from the soul fhe dn'! of everyday. — AURBACH. Go"Cf:i vho felt the need for a Jgio.cultural institution in jfhwt.'l I)ade County. Since It the congregation has M to a 400 family member|p a multi-purpose facility |87 IUC and Southwest ICth VI \. fn Jerry Himmelfarb anii<: -,ogue has a daily Minyon. ning and night, late Friday It, S.-obath and Festival serBe, and adult education instiWe have five youth groups |OLi own director, Mr. Marvin | lint Our Sisterhood has re-j cently .:ili..ted with the Women's, fittgix ,'incl enjoys ;in enviable %  put. Its new president is H William Seidman. Men's fi> cirers various athletic, cul^1. • ."irial. civic and boy Scout activities. And this year, i Sior.n, Prexy, says that we'll' vt-. more emphasis placed on matters. hr }'re School is proud of its 11 r,t record and is the larg. y Synagogue school of its ami. tic spiritual leader of the Con-; Ition is Rabbi Samuel April,: (has completed his fifth year; er.ee to the Congregation. 1 (succeeded Rabbi Benjamin who followed Rabbis Jonah and Max Shapiro. Our r l hazan Gerson Levin has with the Synagogue for al-' ti.ree years, directing its and musical activities. Ir the phenomenal growth of |tv sh population in this area, Way Jewish Center—Temr Olom anticipates a cording growth of its Syna-; affiliation. With the enHrr. of the new administrate feel certain that we shall the challenge of our potenrospects." Are you thinking less and enjoying it more? No one can deny the true wisdom of Ecclesiastes that startlingly informs us, "For in much wis. dom is much grief: and he that increaseth knowledge increaseth sorrow." Yet man inescapably seeks wisdom; he can not stop thinking any more than he can stop breathing. He must think and he must suffer anguish—in spite of himself. Paradoxically, man "thinks" because he is a rational being; he does not reverse the process because he is an emotional human. There is no human, who is beyond all emotion, or else there is a contradiction in terms—the person has lost his humanity, This week's Scriptural text speaks of priestly ordinances, ritual conduct, mural action, social justice and festival lawJudaism is a rational — ritual faith. It ap "c ::lIn the emotionas well as to the highest intellect of man. The world is drawing close? to the Jcui-h value concept of religion every iei moment of this Space Age. The nations, divided, undecided, await the modern message of Israels pru-i and prophet. In state, as man) do. that Leviticus ionly this or merely that — while it contains the sublime 'holiness code" and "second decalogue" ito attempt to reverse the process of man's thinking and progn •• To separate man's ethical and moral action from ritual and emotional behavior is as unwise as treating a man's body as distinct from his mind. The saijes of thg^'aiiiiud recognized the psychosomatic, or total therapy approach towards treating the whole man 2.000 years before our scientist psychologists. Let us think more of our faith and enjoy more of our life! Amen. Information to be included in the Religious Services column must be in the News Room of The Jewish Floridian not later than Friday, a.m., preceding the week of publication. All releases received after that time will be relumed as prooT of their lateness. RABBI SAt/IUll APRIL .. priestly ordinances :4"> p.m. Saturday 8:88 a.m. Sermon: "The Two sides <>f Life." > 30 p.m. Yiddish lecture: "The Ethics HI the Fathers." BETH DAVID. 2625 SW 3rd ave. Conservative. RabDi Norman N. Shapiro. Cantor William W. Lipson. PYida) 8:15 p.m, Saturday a.m. Baa Mltsvah: Marcla. daughter of Mi. and Mrs. Harry Cypen. • —— 3ETH EL. 500 SW 17th ave. Orthodox. Rabbi Solomon Sehift. PVIda) •' %  :::" p.m. Baturday S::'. a.m. Sermon: "The Role of the Womann Branch." Bar Mltsvah: Larry, s"ii if .Mi. and Mrs. Israel Kuizynski. Mincha ''>::Si> p.m. • %  3ETH EMETH. 12250 NW 2nd ave. Conservative. Rabbi Simon April. Cantor Hyman Fine. :'i Ida) 8:15 p.m. < lueal sp< aker, Milvln l l.-.ln. Rabbinical studenl Poplc: "The Weight "i the Past." Si turdaj s. is a.m. • BETH ISRAEL. 400 Prairie ave. Orthodox. Rabby H. Louis Rottman. 'rlda 8 IS p in. Katurdnj 8 ;i m • ...i A Ti 'Mi. iimmunltj is Born • BETH JACOB. 301-311 Washington ave. Orthodox. Rabbi • ibor Stern. Cantor Maurice Mamches. BETH KODESH 1101 SW 12th ave Modern Traditional. Rabbi Ma> Shapiro. Cantor Fred Bernstein 1 >id.i \ .. : .". j in S:(t ;l il.. \ s ," SernMMi \ Mother'x %  I..*' p.m. "fCthlcs ol our i-~.111-.ShaloUs Si'ihlo.-: "Aii Eye for an K %  • BETH RAPHAEL. 139 NW 3ra ave. Orthodox. Julius Sapero, president. BETH TFILAH. 935 Euclid ave. Orthodox. Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovsky. • BETH TORAH. 164th st. and NE 11th ave. Conservative. Rabbi Max Lipschitz. Cantor Ben-Zion Kirschenbaum. I riday 8:30 p.m. Bervlce conducted as Abraham .1. Olttelson, education director. Coiuxrearatlon'e Young adults will i>.in.in.red. Baturday s:tr. a.m. Bar Mltsvah: Richards BOB of .Mr. and MrBeth Roland: Michael, BOB <>l Mr. and Mrs. .Mori IM Diapkln. • DADE HEIGHTS JEWISH CONGREGATION. 1401 NW 183rd st. Conservative. Rabbi Harold Richter. Cantor Emanuel Mandel. Ki iday 8:15 p.m. Sermon: "Sabbath Peace." Baturday 8:80 a.m. FLAGLER GRANADA. 50 NW 51st pi. Conservative. Rabbi David Rotenfeld. Cantor George Goldberg. iii. I.I> 8:46 p.m. Baturday 8:80 a.m. Mormon: "Mothers' Day and i.uy B'Oiner." Mlncha 8:43 p.m. • —FT. LAUDERDALE EMANUEL. 1801 E. Andrews ave. Reform. Rabbi Richard M. Leviton. I rldaj 8:15 p.m. Sermon: "Th Mirocle oi Modern Day Israel.' 1 A liim. Israel Independence Day, "ill be shown durlnn the Oneg Shabbat ^i^'en ii\ Hndassah In honor of Rabbi and Mrs. Richard M. Leviton. • ISRAELITE CENTER. 3175 SW 25th St. Conse-vative. Rabbi Morton Malavsky. Cantor Louis Cohen. Friday 8:8o p.m, Saturday 8:45 a.m. Sermon: ''Portion of the Week." HEBREW ACADEMY. 2400 Pinetree dr. Orthodox. Rabbi Alexander S. Gross. • — KNESETH ISRAEL. 1415 Euclid ave. Orthodox. Rabbi David Lehrfield. Cantor Abraham Seif. • —— MINYONAIRES. 3737 Bird rd. Modern Traditional. OHEV SHALOM. 911 Normandy dr. Orthodox. Rabbi Phineas Weberman. SOUTHWEST CENTER. 6438 SW 8th St. Conservative. Rabbi Maurice Klein. Friday 8:16 p.m. Sermon: "Mother's Toran." Baturday !• a.m. Bar Mltsvah: Howard, sou of Mr. and Mrs. Roy Bowman. TEMPLE ADATH YESHURUN. 1025 NE 183rd at.. Miami Gardens rd. Rabbi Jonah E. Caplan. Cantor Morris Berger. Friday 8:16 p.m. Hebrew and Sunday Bohool students u ill participate in Mothers' Day service. Sermon: "bove Must be Darned." Saturday 9 a.m. MiiKlia 6:30 p.m. TEMPLE BETH AM. 5950 N. Kendall dr.. So. Miami. Reform. Rabbi Herbert Baumgard. Cantor Charles Kodner. Friday S:n,il a.m. Sermon: "Murder in Alabama." Baturda) 11:15 am. Bar Mltsvah: Gordon, son ..f Mr. and Mis. Morton Bohoen. • TEMPLE BETH EL OF HOLLYWOOD. 1351 S. 14 ave. Reform Rabbi Samuel Jatfe. Friday 8:15 p.m. Sermon: "How Shall we Interpret the Bible." Faculty membera of the Religious School wi'l be honored In keeplnf unli National Jewish Teachers Day. Saturday 11 a.m. • — TEMPLE BETH SHIRAH. Sunlland Hall. 11539 So. Dixie hwy. Reconstructionist. Rabbi Morris Skop Cantor Herman Gottlieb. I TEMPLE BETH SHOLEM of Hollywood. 1725 Monroe St. Conservative Rabbi Samuel Mendelowitx. Cantor Ernest Steiner. %  riday 8:80 p.m. <;ueMl speaker, Doug-us Kaplan, president. Baturdaj :< a.m. TEMPLE BETH SHOLOM, 4144 Chase ave. Liberal. Rabbi Leon Kronish. Cantor David Conviser. Friday 815 p.m. Sermon: "The Growth of Hebrew in America." Baturda) 10MS n.m Bar Mltsvah: Jefii.\ Pace Stern, son of liovis Cole. e TEMPLE B'NAI SHOLOM. 16800 NW 22 ave. Conservative. Rabbi S. M. Machtei. Friday 8:80 p.m. Rermon: "Life's Guideline." lias Mltsvah: Barbara Louise, daughter "i Mr. and MisJay Cowan. e TEMPLE EM'NU-EL. 1701 Washing, ton ave. Conservative. Rabbi Irving Lehrmac Cantor Hirsh Adler. Frldaj 8:13 p.m. s. i mon Mi pd*d A Siiniiiii! t'oiifei n • %  Religion." Haturdn) 9 a m. Vnnual Mothi I HI I Wee, Bn Mlts\ ah: Joi .. \|. Rul I. Ri lim..n an I thi lal D Irwln Reich man; !: %  %  Hi Mi -. .d Mini ii-. 6: l."i p.m. Har M /. ah Nell, aon of Mr. Mi %  .-. Sol fi l T*" %  if---. 17 N'ui Written foi your Children7" e TEMPLE JUDEA. 320 Palermo ave. Liberal Reform. Rabbi Mordecai Podet Cantor H. Richard Brown. Friday B:15 p.m. Quesl spesvker, Rolfe Nelll, editor, Coral Uables Times, Topic: "Whosi Problem— Theirs or Ours?" Mothers" Day meditation offered during the aervici Snturdaj i":'.! 1 a.m. Baa Mltsvah Donna Helene, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Samuelson. TEMPLE MENORAH. 620 75th st. Conservative. Rabbi Mayer Abramowitz. Cantor Edward Klein. TEMPLE NER TAMID. 80th St. and Tatum Waterway. Modern Traditional. Rabbi Eugene Labovitz. Cantor Saul H. Breeh. Friday s:l"i p.m. Sermon: "What We Owe to our Mothers." Baa Mltsvah: Kosiyn, daughter of Mr. and Mrs, I .Mux Xex.r. TEMPLE OL OLOM. Conservative. 8755 SW 16th St.. Miami. Rabbi Samuel April. Cantor Gershon Levin. Friday) 880 p.m. Sermon: "From Mama's Hoy to Playboy." Balfour Chapter and Chapter :'•-of AZA, and two chapters ol BBTO iu partlolpate in services. Bar MlUvah: Jeff, son of Mr. and Mrs i Badowsky. Saturday S:4T. a.m. Mincha 6:80 p.m. TEMPLE SINAI OF NORTH MIAMI. 12100 NE 15th ave. Reform. Rabbi Daniel M. Lowy. Friday 8:15 p.m. Sermon: "Mothers and Mothers-ln-Law." Saturday 11 R m. Bai Mltsvah: Bruce, sou of Mr. and Mrs. Paul Neff. TEMPLE TIFERETH JACOB. 951 Flamingo Way. Conservative. Rabbi Hyman Gross. Cantor Jack Lerner. Klein. Friday' 8:15 p.m. Saturday !> a in Car Mltsvah: Irwln, son of Dr. and Mrs. Nathan Friedman. • %  TEMPLE ZAMORA. 44 Zamora ave. Rabbi Herschel Brooks. Cantor Ben Dickson. IIday vl."> p.m. for the Teen iser. • •1 nity am! I'd'.'; Bel III. ni: "Religion Sigma Klio fratTag Girls will ati. n.i Ftnccalaui %  l Ices. i Iraduates "ill i" guests al Oneg Shabbat. Saturdaj *:45 a.m. Sermon: "A Jewish Heritage." TEMPLE ZION. 5720 SW 17th St. Conservative. Rabbi Alfred Waxman. Cantor Seymour Hinkes. Friday %  %  %  p.m. Sermon: "The Meaning ol l


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Friday, May 10. 1963 vJmist) rhrktian Page ISA LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN thnl the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name Of AA INSTANT AUTO INSCRORS ii 17---7 N.W. 7th Street, Miami, Fla., intends to fainiT' Mid IMHM with the Clerk of tincircuit Court ol I mde • 'ountj Kli rtda. ATKI8SON A COLE INSURANCE AGENCY, INC 4/26, 5/1, 10, IT NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY, No. 63C 646 l: EC IN A WILKINSON, Plaintiff, vs. Ji "UN UU.S'Al.n WILKINSON. Defendant. SUIT FOR DIVORCE TO: .IOHN DONALD WILKINSON '. %  <\ So. Hoover Street Loa Angeles M. California Yott, JOHN DONALD WILKINSON, are hereby notified that a Hill of Complaint for Divorce has been filed against you. and you are required to serve a copy of your Answer or pleading to the Hill of Complaint on the Plaintiff's attorney, RAMI'EI, FLETCHER. 2(0-95th Street. -Miami Beach 54. Florida and file the original Answer or Pleading in the office of the Clerk of the Circuit Court on or before the 20th day of May. 1963. If you fail to do so, judgment by default will bo taken against you for the relief demanded In the Hill of Complaint. This notice shall be published once each week for four consecutive Weeks in THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN. HONK AND ORDERED t Miami, Florida, this 12th day of April, A.D. 1961. E. H. LEATHERMAN, Cleric, Circuit Court, Dade County, Florida (seal) By: K. M. LYMAN. Deputy Clerk s \MPEI. FLETCHER 260 :• -th street Miami Beach : %  *. Florida Attorney for Plaintiff 4'19-!, %  1-10 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engagi in business under the flctilious n.ime ol MOTEL CONSULTANT ASSOCIATES at 2Siio N.W. Mth St., Miami, Via., intends to register snid name with the Clerk i>f the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida UOLr AMERICAN LAND CORP. Owner 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 4029 ANTHONY S. DONATO, Plaintiff, vs. UNA DONATO. I %  %  (, ndant. SUIT FOR DIVORCE TO: LINA DONATO 52-1 Winkle Avenue .Torsev i 'ity. N..I. You arc hereby notified that a Ttill ot Complaint for Divorce lias been filed again** yon, and you are required to serve %  copy of your Answer or Pleading to the Hill of Complaint on the Plaintiffs Attorneys, SHEVIN, cool.MAN *i HOLTZMAN, by ALVIN OOODMAN, 246 Beybold Handing, .Miami 12, Florida, and file the original Anawet or Pleading In the office of th" Clerk of the Circuit Court on or before the 20th day ol May, IMS. If you fall 10 .1" BO, Judgment by default will be taken again*! you for the relief demanded In the Bill ot Complaint. This notice shall be published once each week for four consecutive weeks in THE JEWISH Kl.oitiDlAN. Hone and Ordered at Miami. Florida, this ir.th day of April, INS. E. II. LKA Til Kit MAN. clerk. Circuit Court, Dole County, Florida (seal) By: K. M. I.Y.MAN, Deputy Clerk SHEVIN, GOODMAN .•* HOLTZMAN 346 Beybold Building Miami 22, Florida J'.\ Alviu Goodman 4/19-26. 5/3-10 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the Undersigned, desiring to engage in business under tho fictitious name • i MEDIA ASSOCIATES at -•>.'.> uiscayne Boulevard, Miami, Florida, Intends to register said name with the Clerk "f the Circuit Cunt of Dade County, Florida. BIISCAYNE MEDIC \l. I \i'.i >R \ TORIES. INC. i i loyd Rothenberg, President I It H. Bl s,. AUONOVITZ, SILVER A scilER Htorneya for Blacajwe Medical i .alatratorie Inc. i %  i; Ainale) Building. Miami, FUv i 26, a/S. 10. 17 IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA IN PROBATE No. 59282-B. IN RR: Estate of WILLIAM SHANK I 'i eaa< d. NOTICE TO CREDITORS To All Creditors and All Persona Having Claims or Demands Against Saul i Istate: Vou are hereby notified and rcquired to preeeni any claims and demands which vou may have against the estate of WILLIAM SHANE deled late of Dade County, Florida, to the County Judges of Dsde County, and file the same In duplicate and as provided in Section 722.16, Florida Statutes, In their offices in the County Courthouse In Dade County, Florida, within -i\ calendar months from •he tone of the Ural publication herer the same will be barred, I'at.d at Miami, Florida, this 10th daj ..: April, \.i> 1962. NORMAN \ SHANE As l .'M • utor Law l Ml:. ALBERT I.. WEINTRAUB JAY CRISTOL I Hdg. Florida 111. A .l.i i i Istol Attorne) foi Ex< i utor 5 1-10-17-24 r URfitW BY HENRY LEONARD "And this week, in response to their long-felt inner needs, Cantor Blackstein will deliver the Sermon, and Rabbi Nubkin will chant the Services." Copr. 1963, Dnyenu Productioni LcGAL NOTICE IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE 11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTV FLORIDA IN CHANCERY No. 63C 4279 (Culler,) BOVD K. HICKMAN, Plaintiff, -vsJE8SIB MARLBNE HICKMAN, Defendant. NOTICE OF SUIT FOR DIVORCE TO: JESSIE MARLBNE HICKMAN I lefendant M57 Venetian Drive, S.W. Atlanta. Georgia TOr, JESSIE MARLENE HICKMAN. are hereby notified that a Bill of Complaint for Divorce has been filed against YOU, and you are required to serve a copy of your Answer to the ism of Complaint on the Plaintiff's Attorney, BAN FORD M. SWEItDLIN, 2:U Reeurlty Trust Building. Miami :il\ Florida, ami III. the original Answer or Pleading in the office of the clerk of th.Circuit Court on or In-fore the 27th day of May, 1963. If you fall to do so, Judgment by default will be taken against you for the relief demanded in the llill of Complaint. DONE AND ORDERED at Miami. Florida, this 24th day of April, A.D. INS. E. B. WEATHERMAN Clerk. Circuit Court Miami, Dade County, Florida By: C. P. COPELAND Deputy Clerk 4/26. 5/3, 10. 17. LEGAL NOTICE LEGAL NOTICE IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA IN PROBATE NO. 59193C IN RE: Estate of CHARLOTTE DEMOP0CLO8 1 i.M'ciiseil. NOTICE TO CREDITORS To All Creditors and All Persona Having claims or Demands Against Said Estate: Vou are hereby notified and required to present any claims and demands Which you may have against the eatate of CHARLOTTE DEMOPori.iis deceased late of DADE County, Florida, to the County Judges Of Dole County, and file the same in duplicate and as provided In Section 723.16, Florida Statutes, in their offices in the County Courthouse In Dade County. Florida, within six Calendar months froin the time of the hrsi publication Hereof, or the agana \\ ill be barred. Dated at Miami, Florida, this Slh day "f April. A.n. 1963. ANTHONY SZABTC As Administrator First puldieaiion of this notice on the 26th day of April, 1963. i \St Ri IE NICHOLAS Attorney for Administrator 612 N.W. 12th Ave„ Miami. Ha. I 26, S :-lf>-17 IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY, No. 63C 2953 IDA LERNER, Plaintiff, vs. IRVING LERNER, l lefendant. NOTICE TO DEFEND TO: IRVING LERNER 152 Wellington Hill St. Matt a pa n :' %  '•. Massachusetts VOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED that a bill of complaint has been filed ngalnst you and you are required to serve a copy of your answer or other deft naive pleadings thereto u p 0 n plaintiffs attorney, RAYMOND J. Wol.F. 911 Seybold Buldlng, Miami 32, Florida, and file Hie original thereof, in the office of the Clerk of the cirluit Court on or before the 20th day of May, 1968, or a de, fee pro confesso will be entered against \ oil. DATED, this Pith day of April, 1963. E. B. LEATHERMAN, Clerk, Circuit Court. Dade County, Florida (seal) C. P. COPELAND, Deputy Clerk l '1S-2S, 5 !•!• NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN thai the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name of SOUTHERN CLINICAL LABORATORY at 116.'i W'ashiuiou Avenue, Miami Beach, Fin.. Intends to rcgiMler said name with tile Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. BISCAYNE MEDICAL LABORATORIES, INC. /./ Lloyd Rothenberg, President s/ it. II. Shouger, Secretary ARONOVITZ, SILVER A.SCHER Attorneys for Blacayne Medical laboratories, inc. 6u7 Alnsley llld.. .Miami. Ma. 1/26, J/2, 1". 17 IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. IN PROBATE No. 59244C IN RE: Estate of MAE DANNA 1 deceased. NOTICE TO CREDITORS To All Creditors anil All Persons Having Claims or Demands Against Said Estate: You are hereby notified and required to present any claims and demands Which von may have against the estate of MAE DANNA deceased late of Dane County. Florida, to the County Judges of Dade County, and file the same In duplicate and as provided in Section 732 16, Florida statutes, in their offices in the County Courthouse in Dade. County, Florida, within sl\ cab ini.,r months from the time of the first publication hereof, or tho same will be barred. Dated Bt Miami, Florida, this 12th da) Of April, \ \> IMS. MARIE DANNA As Executrix First publication ol this notice on the IHth day of April, 1963. Kl'RT WELI.ISt II Attorney for Batat. of Mac Danna, 11, eased I IIN Congress Midi;.. Miami. Hi. 4, l-2ti. 5'3-10 IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. IN PROBATE No. 59093-B IN RE: Estate of CATHERINE A. HEADLEY 1'. eased, NOTICE TO CREDITORS I To All Creditors and All Persons Having Claims or Demands Against Said 1 Estate: 1 You are hereby notified and required to present any claims and de1 in.mils which you may have against the eatate of CATHERINE A. HEADLEY deceased late of Dad,County, Florida, to the County Judges of Dad. County, and file the same in duplicate and aa provided In Bectlon 7SS.16, I Florid 1 Statutes, In their offices in the County Courthouse in Dade County, Florida. within six calendar • monthli'om the time of the first I publication hereof, or the same will Be barred. Dated at Miami. Florida, this 21t day of .Match. A.D. IMS. II WtKIETT D1XON As Administratrix GEORGE NICHOLAS Attorney for Administratrix 612 N.W. 12th AM., Miami. Fla. 4 19-2'L 5'3-in NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY, No. 63C 2676 IN DEAN ANDREWS, Plaintiff, vs. JOSEPH H. HENNENFENT and MATTHEW E. DICIACCO, Defendants. TO: JOSEPH B, HENNENFENT 2253 Pinion Street Woodland Hills. California You, JOSEPH U. HENNENFENT, are hereby notified that a llill of Complaint lias been tiled against you, and you are required to serve a copy of your Answer or Pleading to the llill • -I Complaint on the Finintiffs attorney, MONROE DIXON, 1790 coral Way. Miami. Florida and file the original Answer or Pleading in the office of the Clerk "f the Circuit Court on or before the 27th day of Mac. 19(2. 11" you fall to do so, judgment by di fault will be taken against you for the relief demand* d in the %  till of Complaint. This notice shall he published mice each week for four consecutive weeks in THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN. DONE AND ORDERED at Miami. Florida, this 22nd day of April. A.D. 1903. E. P.. l.E crifEPM \N. Clerk, circuit Court, Dade County, Florida (seal) P> : K. M. LYMAN. Deputy Clerk MONROE DIXON 1790 Coral Way, Miami, Fla. Attorney (or Plaintiff i 26, ". 8, !<\ 17 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name of INSTANT A1TOMOHII.E LIABILITY INSURANCE at 1727 N.W. 7th Street, Miami, Fla., Intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. ATKIS60N .' col.E INSURANCE AGENCY, INC i 26, 5 2, 10, 17 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name ol Cralg'a Camera Center at 73,.1 s.w. ;.; Avenue, smith Miami, Florida intends to register said name with Hie Clerk of the Circuit Court ot Dade C0ttnty SAMUEL R.DANOW shevin. Goodmaa .\.Holtarann lu : Sylvan N. Holtaman A florae) tor Samuel K. Danow Sit gej bold Building Miami 82. Florida ;.,„.,7-2. NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOT1I B is HEREBY >:IVEN that ti undersigned, d siring to 1 na ige |„ business undei the ,'lc/ltloua 1 < %  Of ALLSTATE8 BONDING < o at 1727 NW 7th Street. Miami. Ha.. Intends to reglsl ild name ... th.Clerk -i th. Circuit "'.it ot ^TKKNVCO 'K-INSIRANCB AU1 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name .11 BRANDE1S INVESTOR8 it 1150 S W. l.-t Street, Miami. Florida, Intend to register said 11-an.e with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida, STANLEY c. MYERS Lolls HEIMAN LEON KAPLAN 4/26, 5 3, 10, 17 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the Ilctltlt>u> of Mrs. M. at l>adu County. Florida, intends to register -aid name with the clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. BE A BOARD GENERAL CORP. ta Delaware Corporation) Sole owner 4/26, 5/3, 1i>. 17. NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN 111 it the undei algn< d, d. siring t" en in business under Ihe fictitious name of Mr. M. it Dade County, Florida, intendto reg ster said nam. with Ihe Clerk Ol the Circuit Court of I i.ei, Count 1 1lorlda BE ABOARD OENER \1. C RP. (a 1.law a. • Corporation) Bul •-.\ ner 1 N, --. :. 10, 17. NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY, No 63C 3369 M \K.101:11: 1,. MASON, Plaintiff ROBERT li.' MASON, 1 lefendant. AMENDED SUIT FOR DIVORCE Ti': P.. IBERT 11. MAS. IN You, ROBERT II. MASON, are hereby unified that a Bill of Complain! for Divorce has been filed against .vou. and you are required to serve %  cops "f your Answer or Pleading to the Bill" of Complaint on the Plaintiffs attorney-, NEAl. .1. DUNN, 511 Analey Building, Miami. Florida and file Unoriginal Answer or Pleading in the office of the clerk of the Circuit Court on or before the 27th day of May, 1968, If you fail to do so. judgment by default will be taken against you for the relief demanded in the Bill of Complaint. This notice shall be published once earn week for four consecutive weeks in THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN. DONE AND ORDERED at Miami. Florida, this Mrd day of April, A.D. 1963. K. B. LEATHERMAN, Clerk. Circuit Court, Dad.County, Florida (seal) By: K, M. LYMAN. 1 deputy Clerk MEAL J. DUNN "iI4 Alnsley Building: Miami. Florida Attorney for Plaintiff 1 !6, ". S, 1", 17 NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY, No. 62C 10644 LOT I'll-: FERGUSON, Pialn.lti. 1 LADIES FERGUSON, Defendant. SUIT FOR DIVORCE TO: CLADIl'S FERGUSON Residence unknown. You, CLADIL'S FERGUSON, are hereby notified thai a Bill of Complaint for Divorce has bsjen filed against you, and VOU are required to serve a copy of your Answer or Pleading to the Bill of Complaint on th.plaintiff's Attorney, LAW OFFICES OF I. STANLEY I,i:\INl-:. BOO Southwest Second Avenue, Miami M, Florida (FK I-1681) and file Ihe original Answer or Pleading in the office of the Clerk of the deceit Court on or before the 27th day of May, 1961. If vou fall to do so. Judgment by default will b, taki .1 against you for the relief demanded in the Bill of Complaint. This notice shall be published once each we,-k for four consecutive weeks in THE JEWISH FLOR1DTAN. DONE AND ORDERED at Miami. Florida, this 19th day of April, A.D. 1*62. R B 1.1: VTHERMAN, Clerk, Circuit Court, Dade County, Florida .-. all B) : K M LYMAN. I % %  T. I| \ I i, I 1, Law Offices "f I. Btanle} l.evine 900 Southwest S. ond Avenue Miami 16, K urlds PR I 1681 1 Attorne) foi Plaintiff Bj L) le 11. LI. 1. 1" 1 36, 5, 2-10-17 ATTENTION ATTORNEYS! +Jewi$t> Rcridfiairi solicits your legal notices. We appreciate your patronage and guarantee accurate service at legal rates Dial Fit 3-4605 lor messenger service LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY, No. 63C 4366 EVELYN WEINBR, 1 Plaintiff. vs. TO: LOUIS WEINF.lt, Defendant. SUIT FOR DIVORCE TO: I.OIIS WEI NEK 1 C/O General 1 %  ellvery NeW York City. New Turk You. LOUIS WEINBR, are hereby notified that a Bill of Complaint fo.Divorce has been filed against you, and you are required to serve a cop. 1 of your Answer or Pleading to tin Hill of Complaint on the Plaintiffattorney. SoL ALEXANDER. One Lincoln Road Building, Miami Beach. Florida, and flD the original Answer or Pleading in the office of the Clark of the Circuit Court on or before the 2Mb da) "f May, 1*62. If you fail t" do .-". Judgment iiv default will bi taken against you for the relief demanded In the Mill of Complaint. This notice shall be published on. each week for four consecutive weeks in THE JEWISH l-'l.' IRIDIAN. DONE AND ORDERED at Miami. Florida, ibis 23rd day of April, A l 1963. E. B. I BATHERMAN, Perk, Circuit Court, Dade County, Flurida (seal) By: L. SNEEDKN. Dipmv Clerk 5/3, 10, 17, : NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AMD FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY, No. 63C 4351 HELEN ELIZABETH POINTER, 1 ntlff, v HUBERT L. POINTER, Def. ndant. SUIT FOR DIVORCE TO: Hl'BERT L. POINTER Address L'nknoe n Vou. HCBBRT I.. POINTER, a hereby notified that a Mill of Com plaint for Di." %  has been I lie against you, and you are requtsed tserve a copy -t your Answer o Pleading to the Mill of Complaint 01 the Plaintiffattorney, Angelo A. All, ||"| Alnsley Rldg., Miami 12, Florid, .iml file the original Answer or Plead Ing in the office of tinClerk of th Circuit Court on or before the 27tb day of May, 1062. If you fail to d so, judgment by default will he take; against you for the relief Senande. in the Bill of Complaint. This notice shall be published on each week for four consecutive Week in THE JEWISH I LORIDIAN. DONE AND ORDERED at Mia.r Florida, this 23rd day of April. A.D. 1963. E. 1: LEATHERMAN, Clerk, Circuit Court. D.'.d. County, Florida Deputy cl.rk (senD By: c I' COPBLAND' ANQELO A. Al.l I "> Ainsl. y Bids., Miami 22, Fla. Attorney for Plaintiff 4.26. 1/9*10-17 NOTICE OF SUIT or ORDER OF PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL Cl RCUIT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY, No. 63C 4028 MAN LEWIS, Plaintiff, BELLE LEWIS. Defendant. SUIT FOR DIVORCE l'O: BELLE LEW IS 161 Patten A 1 urn1 K Branch, NewJersey You are h.-r. by notified that a Ilii of com plaint for 1 >\\ mce baa 1" %  filed against you, and you are n quired to aervt a copy of your An BWI or Pleading to the Mill of com pl.iint nil tinPlaintiff's AtMrne) A I. V 1 N <:. IDM \N, :146 SeybohBuilding, Miami :•-'. Florida and file the original Gnawer or Pleading i. the office of the clerk of the Circuit Court on or before the 2.>th day of May, 1*62. if vou fail to do so. Judgment by default win i>, taken agalm vou for the relief demanded In th. Bill of Complaint. This not ice shall be published one. each week for four consecutive Week in THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN. DONE AND ORDERED at .Miami. Florida, this 17th day of April, A.D. 12SS. E B. LBATHERMAN, Clerk, Circuit Court. Dnd,County, Florida .sea!) Bj : C L. ALEXANDER. Inputs Clerk ALVTN flOODMAN 146 s. -bold Bldg. Miami • Fl Attorne) foi Plaintiff •I 19-26, :./3-i NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thai the 1 id, desiring to %  ntut in business undei the flctltloua nan' of KEL MCS1C BALES at 195 B.E Puli 1 •; 1.. .'. Fla., Int. ...Is to r -. Id nam. .th the Clerk the Circuit COU 1 Of I'.ide 1 ount> Florida. TONE ISTRIBI Ti >RS, INC. S 3, 10, 1



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n j E A "W. ovnan s "World by ISABEL GROVE 1 >' %  '•• and Fred Sandier, after latteni ng the Million Dollar Club [;,! U Diplomat Hotel, are off |M Ne Orleans to participate in [the Southeastern Regional Metro[polit;: Life Insurance convention I then Then they'll travel [north :or three weeks before re[ home. £ 0 o L.t • Serbin, president of his .lass at Brandeis Univcr sitj rganized and conducted lh< ai ivttiea for the Junior Par| ent • ekend there, and was elect! president of the senior clasi luring the celebrations Son of Mr. and Mrs. John H Lewis, who is majoring al arts, was one of the orians when he graduatBeach High daughter of Ethel and lz made Dean's List at ertity ol Florida. i. a interior designer. Rich i 'inch, commuting between X( v ".' k and Miami Beach these lich suits his parents, the Sidney Ohrbachs, of Stlllwater Dr., just fine Latest commissions for the talented "Rick" include New York's Towers Hotel, and in Miami, he's putting the finishing touches on the three local Toby Cafeterias, and just beginning Miami Beach's new "Fine Arts Theatre" at 21st St. and Collins Ave., slated to be opened in mid-June Attorney Sy A. Robbins and wife Rita, of 3000 SW 83rd Ct., celebrated their 11th wedding anniversary aboard the M/S Franca C Cruised to San Juan, St. Thomas and Port-auPrince. i • • Celebrating 50 years together, Fannie and Sam Rosenberg on a second honeymoon at the newAmericana Hotel in San Juan Crystal House site of a dinner given by the residents of the swank dwelling to one of the owners. Sidney Lipkins Plaque presented to him "in appreciation of untiring efforts in Continued on Page 7-B Jewish Floridian Miami, Florida, Friday, May 10, 1963 Section B merican Jewish Congress Women nnounce Installations and New Chapter At an installation luncheon of Bikur Cholim Kosher Convalescent Home in the Algiers Hotel are seated (left to right) Mesdames Fannie Turner, Harry Topper, Ann Rosenfield, Nathan Roth, Sam Yudien, Adolph Ecker, Isadore Blecker, Isadore Yagoda, Esther Trushin. Nettie Petter. Standing (left to right) are Mesdames Max Rappaport, Ida Myron, Abe Singer, Joseph Keiser, Paul Lieberman. Helen Hornstein, Lillian Townsend, George Burkin, Isadore Cohen, Mr. Arthur E. Rosichan, Mr. Edward Elkin, Mrs. Ann Zitter. Mrs. Edward Elkin, Mrs. Pauline Belenov and Mrs. Esther Rothstein. Rosichan, executive director of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation, was installing officer. Rabbi Mordecai Podet, of Temple Judea, Coral Gables, gave the invocation and benediction. : at ion luncheon of the Floren's Division, American ingress, is scheduled for noon, May 23. in the m .no Room <>i the Carillon • Mrs Use Karl, director, FloriWi n's Division, will address group prior to the installation eni conducted by Rabbi Al >hik. director southeastern 'i git United Synagogue of Amelia. MM. Leon Kronish is chairnan (. 'he afternoon. New ? late is headed by Mrs i.ni Kramer, succeeding Mrs. Mfrei Mamlel as president. Memrl the board include Mrs. i H nice. Mrs. Morton Janko. rs, Irving Kaplan. Mrs. Tobias gimor Mrs. David Muskat. Mrs. Uenjamin Kamen, Mrs. Mamlct, rman Feller, Mrs. Louis (Dhen and Mrs. Mae Sucher Offii for the three chapters i Women's Division are: Biscyn / president, Mrs. Leon'd S irky; vice presidents. Mrs. Finger and Mrs. Albert > (!• .an; corresponding secrcUrv, Mrs. Helen Dudell; treasurer, Mrs. Ben Wcintraub. Board co-chairmen. Mrs. William Brown. Mrs. Sy Reese and Mrs. Meyer Sherman. Louise Wise, president. Mrs. Mary Cohen; vice presidents, Mrs. Emma Rattner, Mrs. Sam Herder; treasurer, Mrs. Elizabeth Liebov nz; financial secretary. Hose Roth; recording secretary. Isabelle Slavitt, and corresponding secretary, Mrs. Louis Cohen. Miami, president, Mrs. Sam Penchansky; vice presidents. Mrs. Louis Gold, Mrs. Morton Janko. Mrs. Irving Quartin. Mrs. Samuel Rosenstein. Mrs. Fred Weiss; recording secretary. Mrs. Jack Mackson; corresponding secretary, Mrs. Victor Reiss; financial secretaries. Mrs. Isaac Weinberger and Mrs. Morton Janko; treasurer, Mrs. Edward Goldstein. Miami Beach, fourth chapter. now being organized, has elected Mrs. Tobias Simon as chairman, pro tern. Following installation ceremonies, a musical program will be presented. Bi 3~ = 1 Mrs. Lawrence Sherman and Mrs. Jay Allen Siegel will serve as co-chairmen of the Young Matrons Division of the Combined Jewish Appeal for North M iami. No. Miami Beach. Keystone Point, Miami Shores, and Bay Harbor areas. Mrs Thoir.cs Gerard (left) who will be hostess for a No. Momi Cotfee at her home is shown discussing plans with MJs. Lawfence Sherman (right), area co-chairman. Thiee Coffees will be held to acquaint the Young Matrons, future leaders of CJA. with the work of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation, sponsors of CJA. Mrs. Benedict Silverman is oveiall chairman of 'he Young Matrons Division, and Mrs. Inez Krensky is chairman of the Women's Division of Combined Jewish Appeal. the gladiola from our sun-shift collection A new fashion hit from our sunshine casuals. So pretty you'll go partying in it pink splurge of gladio'as on frost-white cotton with a cutout back flip at hemline. Bernardo design in misses' sizes, 15.98 SUNSHINE CASUALS MIAMI rTHIRD FLOOR/. ALSO DADELANP M/AMI BEACH. I6iri STREET FT. LAUDERDALE WIST PALM BEACH. 4



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May 10. 1963 +Je*l$tncridtor> Ichool Students \o be Tested (The annual testing program of L Bureau of Jewish Education ^ministered in school here Lweek. JOvcr 8,000 tests were adminIt,nd in the 40 Jewish schools in |e area of "Hebrew," Jewish Hisrv. -Customs and Ceremonies," jasic Judaism" and "Zionism kd Israel." The tests will be larked on I.B.M. machines of the Diversity of Miami, and a report norms of achievement in the Inject areas tested will be districted to all Jewish schools. The objective of the annual test program are to establish inruments of educational measurennt in the Jewish schools; to >mpare these norms with those of preceding years, so as to regler improvement or lack of sress; to use community norms •test the effectiveness of curiiiluni and classroom efficiency; b


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Friday. May 10, 1963 +Jewist fkrldKrur Page 5-B Jjeach •. na f al vice president Hadassah, and chairman for h UiyaJ Ti hr in.-i ill %  •' with Mrs. Barth honorary vice presidents and .idvisbry council, past presidents: Milton Si-kln. Mrs. Arnold r iel T. Sapiro, Mrs. irvir.g We! Mrs. Leo Levin, donor chair Mrs. Burnett Beckerman. I n.raii chairr-'.an; Mrs. Philip Thau, chairman tor hostesses and Hard I Melnick, arrangechain;. A i i igram of opera highlights pees i by Carol Donn, anp; Ruth Williams, contralto; in Ro; tenor, and Robert Mel herson, lone with Miss ei Ban ator and aci >mpanist. Ocation [ be delivered by li irotl Irieget Fink, and Mr>. Sam 3 ikrais will offer tin benedictio: Mrs. Battle Wa i er vUl lead in the singinu of i: I and American national an• IB. %  \eSi-.e in Hadassah as a young lent, Mrs Barth, since coming ill-ami Beach eight years ago, has served • president of the Stephen s v>. Group; vice president of Chaj I tr in membership administration; recording iecrttary and editor o fthe Miami h Chi p "Broadcaater." v.. s a \. president of the Jewish Teachers Assn. of New "i rk City, and also served as a sun, I worker, o^mp director, and pi rsonnel director of the Teachers Voluntary Service Organization during the aecond World War. Grottp president! are: Bay HarShirley Kay Pccklin has been appointed area representative tor the no .v Southeastern Regional offices of Brager & Company. Headquarters for Ih 0 securit;-: Hrm, which specializes in. Israeli investments, und bonds, will be loccted at 407 Lincoln Rd., Miam; Be^ch. MBS. NAT MITH bor, Mrs. Gus Roberts; Brandeis Group, Mrs. Earl Coplan;Deborah Group, presidium: Mrs. Jack I'einberg, Mrs. Clarence Freedman, and Mrs. Michael Sossin. Esther Group, Mrs. Hattie Safir; I. R. Goodman, presidium: Miss Evelyn Bro>\n, Miss Hannah Fastman, and Miss Sally Shelist. Israeli Group, Mrs. Philip Kaplan; Emma Lazarus Group, Mrs. Norman Meyers; Mortor Towers Group, Mrs. Samuel S. Goldberg; Renanah Group, Mrs. Sherman Fast; Hannah Ser.esch Group, presidium: Mrs. Frances Benjamin, Mrs. Samuel Feldman, and Mrs. Isadore Lorber. Shaloma Group, Mrs. Irwin Shapiro; Southgate Group, Mrs. Joseph Rosenberg; Herzl Group, Mrs. Ben Zeigmund; Henrietta Szold Group, Mrs. Herman Feller; Stephen S. Wise Group, Mrs. Harry P. Cohen. Serving on the committee of the Greater Miami Women's Auxiliary, Jewish Home for the Aged, annual donor luncheon on Tuesday at the Doral Beach Hotel are (left to right) Mrs. Rae Hammerman, donor journal chairman; Mrs. Louis Makovsky, program chairman; Mrs. Charlotte Katz, donor journal co-chairman, and Mrs. Rose L. Brown, overall donor chairman. I hate to admit it but... my brother-in-law is a 'shlemiehF My brother-in-law, Joe, is the sweetest man I've ever known. I love him. I love his wife; She's my sister. I love their two boys. That's why it pains me that |oe can't make a living. He works hard and he's not stupid. But he just closes his ears and his eyes to life's realities. Isn't that one way of describing a "shlemiehl"? Joe has the most fantastic explanations for the fall-off in his business. His favorite is the weather. It's too hot or too cold; it's too rainy or too pleasant. Spring came early or it came late. Joe gets lots of customers at his neighborhood restaurant and luncheonette; the trouble is that far too many of them fail to return. What's the explanation? Don't ask Joe. He might tell you that it's the Cold War —he'll never admit that it could be cold soup. And his wife is worse than Joe. "Abe," she says to me, "don't talk business to Joe tonight. He's had a hard day. This isn't the right time." (No time seems to be the right time.) "Abe, don't get excited," she says to me. "It's not good for your heart." (Believe me, it's worse for my heart when 1 hold things jnside of me.) "Abe," she says, "Mamma is coming for dinner.' Don't spoil the atmosphere." Well, I did spoil the atmosphere. I talked up. I mentioned what I thought was a relatively eajy subject to discuss. ")oi'." I said, "whenever I eat in a good restaurant, whether it's an expensive establishment or a successful diner or hamburger stand, I notice one thing. They all serve Heinz Ketchup. In your restaurant, you try to save a few cents; you serve another kind. It's good ketchup," I hastened to add as 1 saw Joe's sad expression."Yes,you serve good ketchup, but not the best. Surely your customers must notice." Joe took a pill out of his pocket, gulped it down furiously, and gave me one of his typical irrelevant answers;— "Abe, what do you want of me? I run a little neighborhood luncheonette. I'm not Crossinger's." "That's just the point," I answered. "You must act like Grossinger's-in the ketchup department, that is. All over the world Heinz is the best-selling, most popular ketchup. As things stand now, when customers eat at your restaurant, you almost announce that you are saving the few extra pennies that they, themselves, spend for ketchup in their own homes. Joe," I pleaded, "don't lead with your chin. People are influenced by little things. They don't stand up and make a speech when they're displeased. They don't write you poison pen letters. They just go somewhere else to eat." I call that good advice! But did you change Joe? Well, that's the way / changed him. My dear brother-in-law reminds me of that classic Jewish story, "die vier okshonim," the four stubborn men. 1 wish the ketchup problem was the whole trouble with Joe. It's not. It is merely an example. However, my hands are tied and I'm afraid that my tongue is tied, too. Anyway, thanks for "listening" to my tale of woe. To reward you for your patience, 1 want to send you a mimeographed copy of the "vier okshonim" story (in English, of course) just in case you have never heard thai very funny satirical tale. You can reach me by addressing a postcue! oi letter to Abe B., Box 151, Woodmere, New York. It's the only address you need; I have made all the necessary arrangements with the Post Office. You see, I don't want to use my real name. Why should l add to Joe's miseries?


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Page 4-B
+Jm1stifk***&l
Friday, Mcy io, j,
'Healing My People'
Miami Hadassah
nstallation Theme
Theme of the annual installation
ceremonies for officers of Miami
Chapter groups of Hadassah will
be "The Healing of My People."
*
Tikvah Group was to have Mrs.
William Goldberg as installing of-
iicer on Thursday evening. May 9,
at the home of Miss Rosalind
Cherry. Chairman, Mrs. Charles
Cotzin, was to present two stu-
dents from the University of Mi-
ami; David Shikes, who was to
show slides on his trip to Israel,
and his wife, Hedi, a native Is-
raeli, who was to sing.
*
At the Aviva Group luncheon at
the Dupont Plaza Monday, 11:30
a.m., Mrs. Gerald Soltz will in-
duct new officers, with Mrs. Mor-
ris Herman, president. Mrs. Allen
.Michaelson. chairman, will pre-
sent an original musical skit by-
Mrs. Saul Von Zamft.
:.-
Mrs. William Parker will install
officers of the Chai Group for a
md term, at the Thundorbird.
Monday evening, at a dessert
party. Mrs. Martin Saxon will
present a musical skit, entitled
Tante Mame."
*
Heading new officers of Menorah
Group will be Mrs. Samuel Stein-
berg, who w ill be installed by Mrs.
Joseph Milton, at a dessert lunch-
eon Monday, at Westbrooke Coun-
try Club. Chairman, Mrs. Leon-
ard Wolpe, will present a musical:
skit, directed by Mrs. Philip'
Abram.
* *
Serving a second term as pres-
ident of Mt. Scopus Group Mrs.
Louis Alexander will head the slate
installed by Mrs. Gerald Soltz at
a luncheon on Monday at the Bis-
cayne Terrace Hotel. Chairman
Iff you like
KREPLACH
of the day is Mrs. J. Martin Fish
man. Entertainment will leature
Mrs. Henry L. Balaban, soloist,
with Bert Drickman at the piano.
*
On Monday at an 11:30 a.m.
brunch in the Granada Room of
Holiday Inn, 1350 S. Dixie Highway,
Torah Group officers will be in-
ducted by Cantor H. Richard
Brown, who will provide a He-
brew-English program of songs.
Mrs. Sidney Langer is incoming
president.

Naomi Group will have a des-
sert party Monday evening at the
Everglades Hotel. Mrs. Haskell
Liberman will install the new slate
of officers, headed by Mrs. Arthur
Grossman, president. Films of
club events during the past year
will be shown. Outgoing presi-
dent, Mrs Alvin Burger, will pre-
sent the Naomi Segal Kiddush
Cup. donated by Harold Semil in
memory of his sister Naomi Segal,
to the outstanding member of the
jear.
Albert Einstein Group will cele-
brate Israel's 15th year of State-
hood and installation of officers
at a Wednesday brunch in the
Castaways Hotel. Guest speaker
will be Mrs. Samuel Z. Sakrais.
and chairman of the day is Mrs
Ella Klebanow. Benyamin Ben-
Air, Israeli choral director, will
offer a group of songs. New pres-
ident is Mrs. Charles Roth.
*
Chaim Waixmann Group will
have an installation dinner on
Sunday, June 2, at the Skyway
Hotel, with Mrs. Gerald Soltz of-
ficiating. Incoming president is
Miss Edith Bernstein. Mrs. Al-
fred Baker, chairman, will intro-
duce a musical program.

Daroma Junior Hadassah installa-
tion ceremonies will be tield Sun-
day, noon, May 19, at the home
of incoming president, Miss Sandy
Schaps, 9449 Byron Ave. Install-
ing officer will be Miss Myrna
Levy. Immediate past president
is Miss Esther Ehrens.
i Menorah Sisterhood rW
Funds raised -,. r,r,/
'sponsored by t. mob ,. p3r'?
Sisterhood on S
will be us.d :
School. Mr, S
ident.
New! AJAX
all purpose cleaner
with amrr.cnia
Pictured at Hadassah Brandeis Group installation are (left to
right) Miss Lillian Goodman, chapter president; Mrs. Earl
Coplon, new president of Brandeis Group; and Mrs. Fred
Jonas, retiring president.
Civil Service Group
Starts Miami Chapter
Recently formed Robert Kanzer
Brandeis Hadassah
Installs Mrs. Coplon
Greater Miami Chapter, National
Jewish Civil Service Employees,
will meet Sunday. May 19 at the
Airport Bowling Lams.
The organization is open to ac-
IJrandois Croup of Hadassah had
Its Installation luncheon on Thurs-
day, Apr. 25. in the LaRonde
Room t il"1 Fontainebleau Hotel.
p. sident and founder of
tive and retired men and women ; ,; f d Jonas WM
employees of the city, Metro, State F'Jtl ; Mrs Earl
, ... chairman 'he daj >'- wn
and Federal Civil service presl.
In chai ,< ol n i n bi rsh
Nat Taksier, Dann Abraham and
Leon Lann.
Lorber Chapter to
Install Officers
i 161, will head the
1963-04,
Hing offii er was Misi [41
lian Goodman, i h '"
was hon
ored as "Angel on Earth" for the
annual luncheon she spoi n >l
the Fontainebleau Hotel tor ev-
Installation luncheon of Lorber eral hundred ,m'n:'
Chapter. Children's Asthma Re- officers serving with Mrs. Cop-
search Institute and Hospital, slat |on are; ^jr< i--r,.(i Jonas, honor-
ed for Tuesday at the Holiday arJ president; Mrs Edward Weil
Inn in Coral Gables, is being chair- norn jjrs. l'hilip Thau and Mrs.
ed by Mrs. Sam Greenfeder. Mathilda Washton. honorary vice
New officers are Mrs. Marvin presidents; Mrs. Abe Jatfee. Mrs. I
Guberman, president; Mrs. Irving Ann Hirschman, Mrs, Sam Ruban
Markus, Mrs. Gerald Kluyerman, and Mrs Bernard Lipson, vice
1 Mrs. Perry Alt field and Mrs. Les- presidents.
! lie Silverman, vice presidents; --------------------
Mrs. Jack Baum recording secre- MeritOriOUS Service Awards
tary; Mrs. Herbert Teller, cor- .
sponding secretary; Mrs. Sanford Presented at Temple Service
Herman Pomerant* financial see- a< T(,m8,c N T;jmld conducted
rctary; Mrs Stuart Shap.ro. treas- hv ', Eu_, ,ahovit- ^
by Rabbi Eugene Labovltz, Louis
Cohen received the '.Man ot the
.I_ ,. .. Year" award, and Mrs. Fannie
Members of the board are Mes- wlar pn.,,nU,, with ,he
urer, and Mrs. Arnold Grossman,
auditor.
dames Allen
Bikur Cholim Final Meeting
Final meeting of tne season for
the Bikur Cholim Convalescent
Home is slated for Wednesday,
noon, at the Algiers Hotel. Re-
freshments will be served and a
mink stole will be presented.
uibwi Aiie Abelson Josenh
Avick, Irwin Block. Garv Breh. IT f ft **". E?
Irving Getz. Me.v.n G.a'ss Sam JSSL^SlS^J^JSL 2
Greenfeder. Burt Kleinman, Irwin
Kruger and Anshell Backoff.
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Out-
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Al meritorioui service to the Temple"
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Gold. Sam Gi Joseph
Kahn. Bert Menacboff, Max Rask-
in, Samuel Greenfield, Joseph Sil-
verman and Carl Tyaon.
Mrs. Sara Bills, 93, resident
of the Jewish Home lor the
Aged, admires her fourth
great- great-grandchild, 5-
month-old Deborah Lynn Loi-
ter. Right is the infant's mo-
ther, Mrs. Alan Leiter. Great-
grandmother is Mrs. Fannie
Kornblum (nee Bilis), 69.
Grandmother is Mrs. Sol Fox!
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Fade 8-B Page 4-B +Jm1stifk***&l Friday, Mc y io, j, 'Healing My People' Miami Hadassah nstallation Theme Theme of the annual installation ceremonies for officers of Miami Chapter groups of Hadassah will be "The Healing of My People." • • Tikvah Group was to have Mrs. William Goldberg as installing ofiicer on Thursday evening. May 9, at the home of Miss Rosalind Cherry. Chairman, Mrs. Charles Cotzin, was to present two students from the University of Miami; David Shikes, who was to show slides on his trip to Israel, and his wife, Hedi, a native Israeli, who was to sing. • • At the Aviva Group luncheon at the Dupont Plaza Monday, 11:30 a.m., Mrs. Gerald Soltz will induct new officers, with Mrs. Morris Herman, president. Mrs. Allen .Michaelson. chairman, will present an original musical skit byMrs. Saul Von Zamft. • • :.Mrs. William Parker will install officers of the Chai Group for a md term, at the Thundorbird. Monday evening, at a dessert party. Mrs. Martin Saxon will present a musical skit, entitled Tante Mame." • • Heading new officers of Menorah Group will be Mrs. Samuel Steinberg, who w ill be installed by Mrs. Joseph Milton, at a dessert luncheon Monday, at Westbrooke Country Club. Chairman, Mrs. Leonard Wolpe, will present a musical: skit, directed by Mrs. Philip' Abram. Serving a second term as president of Mt. Scopus Group Mrs. Louis Alexander will head the slate installed by Mrs. Gerald Soltz at a luncheon on Monday at the Biscayne Terrace Hotel. Chairman Iff you like KREPLACH of the day is Mrs. J. Martin Fish man. Entertainment will leature Mrs. Henry L. Balaban, soloist, with Bert Drickman at the piano. • • On Monday at an 11:30 a.m. brunch in the Granada Room of Holiday Inn, 1350 S. Dixie Highway, Torah Group officers will be inducted by Cantor H. Richard Brown, who will provide a Hebrew-English program of songs. Mrs. Sidney Langer is incoming president. • • Naomi Group will have a dessert party Monday evening at the Everglades Hotel. Mrs. Haskell Liberman will install the new slate of officers, headed by Mrs. Arthur Grossman, president. Films of club events during the past year will be shown. Outgoing president, Mrs Alvin Burger, will present the Naomi Segal Kiddush Cup. donated by Harold Semil in memory of his sister Naomi Segal, to the outstanding member of the jear. Albert Einstein Group will celebrate Israel's 15th year of Statehood and installation of officers at a Wednesday brunch in the Castaways Hotel. Guest speaker will be Mrs. Samuel Z. Sakrais. and chairman of the day is Mrs Ella Klebanow. Benyamin BenAir, Israeli choral director, will offer a group of songs. New president is Mrs. Charles Roth. • • Chaim Waixmann Group will have an installation dinner on Sunday, June 2, at the Skyway Hotel, with Mrs. Gerald Soltz officiating. Incoming president is Miss Edith Bernstein. Mrs. Alfred Baker, chairman, will introduce a musical program. • • • Daroma Junior Hadassah installation ceremonies will be tield Sunday, noon, May 19, at the home of incoming president, Miss Sandy Schaps, 9449 Byron Ave. Installing officer will be Miss Myrna Levy. Immediate past president is Miss Esther Ehrens. i Menorah Sisterhood rW Funds raised _• -,. r r ,/ 'sponsored by T. mob ,. p3r '? Sisterhood on S will be us.d : School. Mr, S ident. New! AJAX all purpose cleaner with amrr.cnia Pictured at Hadassah Brandeis Group installation are (left to right) Miss Lillian Goodman, chapter president; Mrs. Earl Coplon, new president of Brandeis Group; and Mrs. Fred Jonas, retiring president. Civil Service Group Starts Miami Chapter Recently formed Robert Kanzer Brandeis Hadassah Installs Mrs. Coplon Greater Miami Chapter, National Jewish Civil Service Employees, will meet Sunday. May 19 at the Airport Bowling Lams. The organization is open to acIJrandois Croup of Hadassah had Its Installation luncheon on Thursday, Apr. 25. in the LaRonde Room t il" 1 Fontainebleau Hotel. p. • sident and founder of tive and retired men and women ; ,; f d Jonas WM employees of the city, Metro, State F'Jtl ;• Mrs Earl ,• ... chairman 'he daj > %  'wn and Federal Civil service presl In chai ,<• ol n i n bi rsh Nat Taksier, Dann Abraham and Leon Lann. Lorber Chapter to Install Officers i 161, will head the 1963-04, Hing offii er was Misi [41 lian Goodman, i h '"• was hon ored as "Angel on Earth" for the annual luncheon she spoi n >l the Fontainebleau Hotel tor evInstallation luncheon of Lorber eral hundred ,m n: Chapter. Children's Asthma Reofficers serving with Mrs. Copsearch Institute and Hospital, slat | on are; ^j r < i-r ,.(i Jonas, honored for Tuesday at the Holiday arJ president; Mrs Edward Weil Inn in Coral Gables, is being chairnorn jjrs. l'hilip Thau and Mrs. ed by Mrs. Sam Greenfeder. Mathilda Washton. honorary vice New officers are Mrs. Marvin presidents; Mrs. Abe Jatfee. Mrs. I Guberman, president; Mrs. Irving Ann Hirschman, Mrs, Sam Ruban Markus, Mrs. Gerald Kluyerman, and Mrs Bernard Lipson, vice 1 Mrs. Perry Alt field and Mrs. Lespresidents. lie Silverman, vice presidents; Mrs. Jack Baum recording secreMeritOriOUS Service Awards tary; Mrs. Herbert Teller, cor, sponding secretary; Mrs. Sanford Presented at Temple Service Herman Pomerant* financial seea< T( m 8 c N T;jmld conducted rctary; Mrs Stuart Shap.ro. treashv ', Eu „_, a hovit ^ by Rabbi Eugene Labovltz, Louis Cohen received the '.Man ot the .— I—_ „, ,. .. Year" award, and Mrs. Fannie Members of the board are Meswlar „„ pn .,, nU ,, with he urer, and Mrs. Arnold Grossman, auditor. dames Allen Bikur Cholim Final Meeting Final meeting of tne season for the Bikur Cholim Convalescent Home is slated for Wednesday, noon, at the Algiers Hotel. Refreshments will be served and a mink stole will be presented. UIBWI Aiie Abelson Josenh Avick, Irwin Block. Garv Breh. IT !" f ft **". E?£ Irving Getz. Me.v.n G.a'ss Sam JSSL^SlS^J^JSL 2 Greenfeder. Burt Kleinman, Irwin Kruger and Anshell Backoff. You'll love CHEF BOY-AR-DEH CHEESE RAVIOLI Hear family, guests, cheer for that real Italian flavor created by famed Chef Boy-Ar-Dee. Tender little macaroni pies... filled with tangy Italian Cheese...simmered with savory tomato sauce and Cheese...seasoned the real Italian way. So much tastier and easier than the frozen kind. So much thriftier, too—costs only •bout 15c per servingi TETLEY TEA ft A TRADITION IN JEWISH HOMIS SINCE 1837 Ye*. dMtc'i Yea To* spirit In' thii fine tea..."favor crush*** for fullest strength and trima. iedoa...rkber taste and plea*, •re with your fleishigs and •ilehigt aad netware ami safrathaseM... Outstanding efforts and many years ui lervice to the Temple." Alotdon't need to nnsel New Ajax All Purpose Cleaner ^_ with ammonia leaves a fresh, dean smell that proves it's realty ** the joW %  i i law 'i %  -— %  *1**&*.. MORE THAN EVER YOU CAN be younger looking with mild, mild Balmolfce carv!*'fCZ k Massage vigorously r refreahia| mild J l*"g lather. Rinse and pat kMae*3 times id*. TRY NEW PALMOlfVE SOAP UI PASTEL GREEN OR PINK \ _.


Friday. May 10. 1963
*JfeMifJft Florid/fan
Page 5-B
\fjcach Mrs. Nat BjtMi will accept the
I I symbolizing the presidency
i hi Miami Beach Chapter of
II Bssah from out-going presi-
I, Miss Lillian Goodman, on
ll.londay, noon, at the Deauville
11 i. Ceremony will be conduct-
I v Mrs. Max Schenk, of New
City, national vice president
1 idassah, and chairman for
I) b Mi:
!)p instal with Mrs. Barth
honorary -. ice presidents and
sory couri I) past presidents:
Milton Sirkln, Mrs. Arnold
i stein. Mrs Samuel Z. Sakrias,
Mr Oscar Smdell. Mrs. Joseph
Shapiro, Mrs, Fred Jonas and Miss
[Lillian Goodman.
Mrs. Maurice Cahn, Mrs. Har-
lold Meinick, Mrs. Hadassah Fass-
Eer, Mrs. Henry B. Wernick, Mrs.
Jl'hilip Thau, and Mrs. Morris
Kogan, vice presidents; Mrs. Ed
jl.itshii' recording secretary; Mrs.
Ijohan Berman. corresponding sec-
petary; Mrs. Morris Lencer, soc-
li.,1 secretary; Mrs. Ira Krivitzin.
Ilinanrif.l secretary; Mrs. Joseph
Sugerman, treasurer; Mrs. Harry
b'latoff, auditor; Mrs. Dorothy
pCrieger Fink, parliamentarian.
Trustee* include Mrs. Morris
klpi rt, Mrs. Ellis Amdur, Mrs.
Barnetl Beckerman, Mrs. Jack
pavis, Mrs Betty Feuer, Mrs
Meyer Golden, Mrs. Sanford Jac-I
[i n Mrs. Samuel T. Sapiro, Mrs.
|i i We!
L in, donor chair
ai ; Mrs. B.rnett Beckerman.
program chairr-an; Mrs. Philip
. ( hail n i tor hostesses and
Irs, Harold '.lelnick, arrange-
|i i chain..
\ i igrs opera hiuhliyhts
\\ : I pr< i by Carol Donn,
: i .illiams, contralto;
|\ Ri nor, and Robert
picPherson, ijaritone with Miss
fesU i r Barren narrator and ac-
|< mniat.
i' focatien I be delivered by
Irs Doroth] Krieger Fink, and
| Samui. Z Sakraia will offer
llu benediction. Mrs. Hattie Wag-
i fill lead In the singing of la-
i and American national an-
ihemfi.
Active in Hadassah as a young
| Ml irth, since coming
ni Beach eight years ago,
|i Served IS president of the
tepHen S Wise Group; vice pres-
lent of Chapter in membership
i.: administration; recording sec-
i at or o fthc Miami
Beach Chaptei "Broadcaster."
I president of the
It-wish Teai Assn. of New
ity, and also served as a
Dcial worker, camp director, and
personnel director of the Teachers
Voluntary Service Organization
|t! iriag the wcond World War.
G ftp presidents are: Bay Hr-
Shufley Kay Pccklin has been
appointed area representa-
tive for the daw Southeastern
Regional office* of Brager &
Company. Headquarters for
the Securities tirm, which spe-
cializes in Israeli invest-
ments, stocks and bonds,
I will be located at 407 Lincoln
IU., Miam; Bench.
MM. NAT BARTH
bor, Mrs. Gus Roberts; Brandeis
Group, Mrs. Earl Coplan; Deborah
Group, presidium: Mrs. Jack
Feinberg, Mrs. Clarence Freed-
man, and Mrs. Michael Sossin.
Esther Group, Mrs. Hattie Safir;
I. R. Goodman, presidium: Miss
Evelyn Broun, Miss Hannah Fast-
man, and Miss Sally Shelist.
Israeli Group, Mrs. Philip Kap-
lan; Emma Lazarus Group, Mrs.
Norman Meyers; Mortor Towers
Group, Mrs. Samuel S. Goldberg;
Renanah Group, Mrs. Sherman
Fast; Hannah Ser.esch Group,
presidium: Mrs. Frances Ben-
jamin. Mrs. Samuel Feldman,
and Mrs. Isadore Lorber.
Shaloma Group, Mrs. Irwin Sha-
piro; Southgate Group, Mrs. Jos-
eph Rosenberg; Herzl Group, Mrs.
Ben Zeigmund; Henrietta Szold
Group, Mrs. Herman Feller; Steph-
en S. Wise Group, Mrs. Harry P.
Cohen.
Serving on the committee of the Greater Miami Women's
Auxiliary, Jewish Home for the Aged, annual donor luncheon
on Tuesday at the Doral Beach Hotel are (left to right) Mrs.
Rae Hammerman, donor journal chairman; Mrs. Louis Ma-
kovsky, program chairman; Mrs. Charlotte Katz, donor journal
co-chairman, and Mrs. Rose L. Brown, overall donor chair-
man.
I hate to admit it but...
my
brother-in-law
is a
'shlemiehi'
My brother-in-law, loo, is the sweetest man
I've ever known. I love him. I love his wife;
she's my sister. I love their two boys. That's
why it pains me that joe can't make a living.
He works hard and he's not stupid. But he
just closes his ears and his eyes to life's re-
alities. Isn't that one way of describing a
"shlemiehi"?
Joe has the most fantastic explanations for
the fall-off in his business. His favorite is the
weather. It's too hot or too cold; it's too
rainy or too pleasant. Spring came early or it
came late. Joe gets lots of customers at his
neighborhood restaurant and luncheonette;
the trouble is that far too many of them fail
to return. What's the explanation? Don't ask
Joe. He might tell you that it's the Cold War
he'll never admit that it could be cold soup.
And his wife is worse than Joe.
"Abe," she says to me, "don't talk busi-
ness to Joe tonight. He's had a hard day. This
isn't the right time." INo time seems to be
the right time.)
"Abe, don't get excited," she says to me.
"It's not good for your heart." (Believe me,
it's worse for my heart when I hold things
inside of me.)
"Abe," she says, "Mamma is coming for
dinner. Don't spoil the atmosphere."
Well, I did spoil the atmosphere. I talked
up. I mentioned what I thought was a rela-
tively easy subject to discuss.
"Joe" I said, "whenever I eat In a good
restaurant, whether it's an expensive estab-
lishment or a successful diner or hamburger
stand, I notice one thing. They all serve Heinz
Ketchup. In your restaurant, you try to save
a few cents; you serve another kind. It's good
ketchup," I hastened to add as I saw Joe's
sad expression."Yes,you serve good ketchup,
but not the best. Surely your customers must
notice."
Joe took a pill out of his pocket, gulped it
clown furiously, and gave me one of his typi-
cal irrelevant answers:
"Abe, what do you want of me? I run a
little neighborhood luncheonette. I'm not
Crossinger's."
"That's just the point," I answered. "You
must act like Crossinger's-in the ketchup
department, that is. All over the world Heinz
js the best-selling, most popular ketchup. As
things stand now, when customers eat at
your restaurant, you almost announce that
you are saving the few extra pennies that they,
themselves, spend for ketchup in their own
homes. Joe," I pleaded, "don't lead with your
chin. People are influenced by little things.
They don't stand up and make a speech when
they're displeased. They don't write you
poison pen letters. They just go somewhere
else to eat."
I call that good advice! But did you change
Joe? Well, that's the way / changed him. My
dear brother-in-law reminds me of that
classic Jewish story, "die vier okshonim," the
four stubborn men.
I wish the ketchup problem was the whole
trouble with Joe. It's not. It is merely an ex-
ample. However, my hands are tied and I'm
afraid that my tongue is tied, too.
Anyway, thanks for "listening" to my tale
of woe. To reward you for your patience, I
want to send you a mimeographed copy of
the "vier okshonim" story (in English, of
course) just in case you have never heard
that very funny satirical tale.
You card or letter to Abe B., Box 151, Woodmere,
New York. It's the only address you need;
I have made all the necessary arrangements
with the Post Office. You see, I don't want
to use my real name. Why should I add to
Joe's miseries?



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+JewHtifk)ridSar) Page 7-B ocia lite ... bu <^J sabel C^ Continued from Page IB keeping all tenants completely Satisfied" Spearing the festivities. Joseph Gardner, Dr. signuind Klein, Lou Harris and David Strichard. and their wives. Most "shipwrecked" looking couple at the Westbrooke Couniy Club Shipwreck Party next Saturday night will get to make a free boat trip to Bimini on the Calypso Liner But everyone attending will be served a Sailors Supper. •) :) Vacation over for Ida and Sam £> Perfectly timed to coincide with National Library Week, these Tri-City civic leaders planned a gala installation of officers of friends of Surf-Bal-Bay Library, held at the Surfside Town Hall. Shown seated are (left to right) president. Mrs. William Maxwell; treasurer, Mrs. Freda G. Levine; and recording secretary, Mrs. Harry Linsky, double-checking the final arrangements as Judqe Theodore Nelson, chairman of the coordinating committee, and Dr. Irving D. Bernstein, financial vice president, look on. Library Group Installs Officers Knends of Surf-Bal-Bay Library conducted installation ceremonies ..: the Surfside Town Hall at the tame time, the group's program to create a library was initiated. Mis William Maxwell, heading tl c organisation, said that "we relied our effort during Nadents, Maurice Green, Freda G Levine and Mrs. David Exley; corresponding secretary. Elaine [ Stout: recording secretary. Mrs. Harry Linsky; linaneial secretary.; Mrs. John Canfield: and treasurer. Mrs. Thelma Mcrris. Honorary hoard members are Mas or and Mis. Shepard Broad. Mayor and Mrs. Sidney King. May or and Mrs. Herbert White. Georgl Storer. Mr. and Mrs. James Knight Sr. and Dr :: iral Library Week to focus atCharles Clements. lention on the need for expanded Venches. facilities to serve adults and chilen alike in our fast-growing ea lodge Theodore Nelson, presi111-elect, named to direct the co linating committee, added that e regard every week of the year Library Week. But. to reiphasize the tremendous characr-huilding value of our city liIhi.iiy. it is good to pause and cvallate the advantages we enjoy whenever we can enter such a I "H house of vast knowledge and Iso all of its facilities." Dr, Irving D. Bernstein, who will ervc as the group's financial vice ident, pointed out another eject of the community library. • regular use of the library is i! inifestation of the democratic -. the freedom of each tit zen to read and to think as he % %  • ule for himself, about any • be choi so." projects, according to Irs Maxwell, are de\eIopment of te reading area for smaller 111 and establishment ot ;, ihip iiimi tor deserving stui • installed are vice presiTechnion Groups Tell of Activities Leo Rutstein, southeast regional j director of American Technion I Society, will speak on Sunday, in' Daytona Beach before a group of mothers representing Sunday schools. PTA's, and religious in-1 stitutions. The newly organized South Dade Chapter, headed by Mrs. Morton Fellman. will hold its first installa tion luncheon at Stewart's for, Sloak. 5859 SW 73rd Ave So. Mi ami, on Friday. May 17. Installation of officers of the Miami Beach Women's Divi-ion of Technion has been set for Friday, Jure 7. at the Doral Beach Hotel. Mrs. Louis Glasser, president ot the men's chapter, and Mis. Philip Thau, Miami Beach Women's president, headed the Florida delegation to the recent national planning conference of the American Technion Society held in Chicago. Original Play by Beth Am Sisterhood An original play, written and directed by Joan Schwnrtzman will be presented at Temple Beth Am Sisterhood's annual Mother's Day luncheon Wednesday, noon, in the Temple auditorium. Co-chairmen are Mrs. Daniel France and Mrs. Carol Wellins, and reservations may be made in the Temple office. Appearing In 11ihow are Mrs. I '.'•> %  •• Iliishi.in. Mr. and Mix. AJau KfSH er, .Mr. anil Mr*. .Miivln St. i n. .Mi.-. Martin Fbiher, Urn. Richard Al• i. I 1 and tint. ECU Qonitan, Mrs. Martin Sachs, Cantor Charles 8 Ci Joseph Altsrhuller; correspondna secretary, Mrs. Milton Levlnson; treasurer, Mrs. Robert Oarvett. Board members: Mrs. Paul Kahan. Mrs. Jerome Ananol, Mrs. Donald •arl n, Mrs. Rob, ,t tioldstein, Mrs. I.en I.:. 11l>. Mrs. Carol vv. liins. Mrs. Minn Vleiier, Mrs. Kla tilukstad, \ls. l red Kegal, Mrs. Kidney Lelbonits, Mrs. Ira Ruokman, Mrs. Htan. \ Hill., it. Mrs. l.i.uls Cillls. Mis. alas C.II.HII. Mis. Qeorite Malln, Mrs. Edward Rubin, Mrs. Alan (Ceasler, Mrs. Bam i"...\ ami Mrs. Byron CherRoom mothers of Temple Beth Am Religious School were honored during services last Friday evening sponsored by VIP's, Mrs. Gerald Rosen, president. Each mother received a floral olfering during the ceremony conducted by Rabbi Herbert Baumgard, and a tribute in song by the choir of the month led by Cantor Charles S. Kodner. Married Group Hosted A bar-h-quc party for members of the recently organized Young Married Group of Temple Beth Am was hosted by newly-elected president Michael Waxier and his wife on Saturday evening, Apr. 20, in their home at 1535 SW 16t'i St. Utiests were Mr. and Mrs. Bdward l'. Mmnn, Ml and Mrs. William I Mr "I Mrs, 'arl Spata, Mr and Mrs Robert Winter, Mr. and i;.iil Wiener, Dr, and Mra. Wllliow, Mr. and Mrs Richard VVInokur, I >i. and Mrs. Joseph AmMr. and Mrs. Barry Lelbowlta, and Mis levin Lesser, Mr. and \! H, 1'lnl Coleman, Mr. and Mra, Ronald Llpton, Mr. and Mrs. Rich.... i.i.ilririus. Mr. and Mrs. Richard -i |.i. >• and Mr. ami Mrs. lalwanl si,-i n. Brooks who have returned to New York where Sam's firm makes those luscious furs given away on the popular morning TV show "Say When" While here, they concentrated on the Bossa Nova with Sam's sister and her family, Beverly and Ben Leff of Homestead, and Elaine and Lenny Leff of No. Miami Beach Localite Allan Lasker. Ida's brother, completed the dancing circle Another faithful winter visitor, Mrs. Sadie Heifetz. has left lor her home in Chicago ... To devoted daughters Blanche (Mrs. Harry) Linsky and Ruth (Mrs. Charles) Jacobson, her 5-month stay seemed, as usual, all too brief. Top priority on Lillian and Samuel Simonhoff's list of' "things to see" while in Israel given to the Hebrew U's campus with particular attention to the Jewish National and University Library Lillian is president here of the Women's Division of Mrs. Kimmel President New president of the Anna Miller Circle of Miami Beach is Mrs. Marvin L. K-mmel. The group, composed of female members of the Elks families, has as its project the support of the crippled children's home at Umatilla. rove the American Friends of Jlie rlebrew U and the Library is the group's project They said it couldn't be done, but Bess managed to keep "her inner thoughts" from phychologist husband Dr. Seymour Blumenthal ... So he was truly surprised at the birthday cake and circle of friends and family which greeted him gaily at dinner Next birthday hurdle, the adorable Blumenthal grandchildren, Glenn Stuart Fleischer, 4, and Nancy Elise Wolff. 3, share a May 17th natal day. a • a Mrs. Samuel (Fannie) Frommer, convalescing at her home, 10110 W. Bay Harbor Dr., after being confined to North Shore General Hospital for three week-. Cardiac Auxiliary Hosts Open House Members of the Women's Auxiliary, National Children's Cardiac i Hospital, will act as hostesses at the hospital's open house on Tuesday. The auxiliary is at present launched on a recruiting program for volunteers to be trained for | in-patient aid, clinical assistance 1 and administrative services in the hospital. Chairmen of hospital activities are Mrs. Sol Goldberg and Mrs. Herman Marks. 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Irving Pietrack's string ensemI ble will provide music, and Mrs. : Lawrence Silverman, Auxiliary president, will present a program ot songs. Mrs. Sol Silverman, honorary president, will offer the invocat.on. Program chairman is Mrs. Louis Makovsky. and Mrs. Charlotte Katz and Mrs. Rae Hammerman' ;:re donor journal chairmen. lag B'Omer Picnic Annual "Lag B'Omer" picnic for Dade Heights Jewish Congregation is scheduled for Sunday at Oreynolds Park. Activities planned include games and awards. V WILL YOUR CHILD HAVE FUN THIS SUMMER? At Camp Ocala, your boy or girl (5-16) will enjoy the most fun-filled summer ever. Gain confidence learning new skills, too. Daily water-skiing, swimming, and horseback riding no extra charge. 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. Friday. May 10. 1963 *. km/isti flcridHann Page 9-B THE women's division of all the Greater Miami B*nai B'rith groups held a dedication service Sunday afternoon at the Hillel iiouse at the University of Miami. Dr. Don Michaelson, spiritual leader and director of Hillel iiouse was a guest speaker. A program of Hebrew folk songs plus a demonstration of several Israeli folk dances by the Hillel Dance Group rounded out the afternoon's festivities. Mrs. Alfred Reich, president of the Women's Chapters of District 5 was the main speaker of the day. The gathering was called for the dedication of new drapes for Hillel House, lobby and H. Weintraubs Feted Before Trip A bon voyage buffet in honor of Mr. and Mrs. Herman Weintraub. who are leaving for an extended trip through Europe and Israel, la being sponsored by Agudjth Israel Hebrew Institute on Sunday, 7:30 p.m.. at the Synagogue. Rabbi Hirsth Ever will be masler of ceremonies at the affair, and William Cohen, acting president, and Mrs. Frances Ullian, Sisterhood president, will be Con negation and Sisterhood hosts. President of the Synagogue for utmost six years, and active in Zionist and philanthropic commun,ty projects, Weintraub will re-' crive a citation expressing "the gratitude of the Synagogue for his long and loyal activities for the progress and growth of the organization." Admission is free and the public is irvited to participate in the the testimonial to the Weintraubs. chapel. For the day Mrs. Reich | chose a beige silk shirtwaist with touches of brown at the belt and i neckline. A deeper shade of | brown was in the dotted silk! chiffon scarf worn in an ascot' manner at the neckline. A turquoise silk sheath wasi worn by Mrs. Rose Corey, while Mrs. Esther Lerman chose a three piece ensemble. A silk print in red. gold and blue on a beige background was worn by Mrs. Harriet Spector. Mrs. Max Kern chose a pink silk jacket dress with white chalk heading accenting her scooped neckline and repeated as detailing on her jacket. An aqua silk accented with pearl and gold jewelry was the choice of Mrs. Lester Arkin. i lulRS. Oscar Rosenthal chose %  a three piece moygashel ensemble in pink. Her sheath skirt featured an overblouse bodice and a matching colored jacket. Sand colored was Mrs. Ben Goldfield's chambray shirtwaist, with it's popular full skirt. Mrs. Robert Litt's linen shift was in ice blue with accents of white. Mrs. Sidney Tepcr was another of the women who chose the popular shirtwaist for the afternoon. Her's was cotton and in a frosted yellow color. A black and white abstract print was the choice of Miss Helen Silverstein. Her shift was of an imported cotton. Black and white was the choice of Mrs. Flora Sinik. Mrs. Harry Dickit's arnel jersey shift featured a foliage print in tones and shades of greens on white. Mrs. Dorothy Aronovitz wore a two piece ensemble of blu s h pink moygashel linen with white applique cascading down the bodice. Communal Worker Given Bon Voyage Mrs. Celia Beckerman. of 335 Washington Ave., was honored with a bon voyage party at the Workman's Circle Lyceum last week. Mrs. Beckerman is sailing May 24 from New York City on the SS Zion for a five-month visit in Israel with relatives and former Miami Beach friends now living there. A life member of the Hemophilia Group, Shaloma Group of Hadassah, Greater Miami Women's Auxiliary, Jewish Home tor the Aged, Mrs. Beckerman is a past president of the Pioneer Women, Club 1, Emunah Chapter, Eastern Star, Sunshine Group. Rebeccas, Golden Ring Club 1, and the Workmen's Circle School for Children, Branch 692 Women's Club. Mrs. Beckerman came to Miami Beach from Pittsburgh in 1940. She has two sons, Paul and Alfred Katz; two daughters, Mrs. Charles Dernis and Mrs. Hy Chodock; nine grandchildren, and three great-' grandchildren, all of Miami Beach. Headed for a career in journalism is charming University of Miami senior Elayne Gilbert, shown with Gov. Faris Bryant (left) at a recent social function held at Miami Beach. Her father. Henry Gilbert (right), is an insurance analyst and a 16-year member of the Million Dollar Round Table. Elayne has been news editor of the student publication, "The Hurricane," for two years, made the Dean's List for superior scholarship, and has been included in the 1963 edition of "Who's Who in U.S. Colleqes and Universities." Elayne's mother is president of the North Dade ORT Chapter. The busy Gilberts live at 12670 NE Miami PL, No. Miami. Lorber Chapter Donor Luncheon largest facilities in the nation for treatment of youthful intractable asthmatics, and its research institute is dedicated solely to asthma-allergies research. Annual donor luncheon of Lorber Chapter. Children's Asthma Research Institute and Hospital in Denver, took place last Tuesday at the Doral Country Club. Chairman oi the event was Mrs. Irvin Block. In her report. Mrs. Marvin Gubi crman, president, announced that | SlftM Nursery School PlCMC during the past year the chapter, through service and fund-raising, has sent $8,000 to the Home. The hospital-home is one of the On Friday, from 9 to 11:30 a.m., Temple Sinai Nursery School will hold its annual picnic at Grcyhold's Park. MISS BARBARA SIMON A personal gift with taste. Gift packed for Mother's Day: Barton s famous Bartonette Chocolate Miniature assortment. 1 lb., $2.00. One of many individual gifs by hi. TO.. IUOUO imniaiM* AUTHORIZED AGENCY 212 MIRACLE MIIE CORAL GABLES Barbara Simon Tells Betrothal A wedding in August, 1964, is planned by Barbara Jean Simon ard Norman Zarr. Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Lee Simon, 835 Mariana Ave.. are announcing the betroth al this week. Now a sophomore at the University of Miami, Barbara also attended the University of Florida. Her fiance is the son of Mrs. Ben Zarr. 1440 Certosa Ave., and the late Ben Zarr. He attends the University of Miami and is a member of Tau Epsilon Phi fraternity. ZENA POSEVER STUDIO ANNOUNCtS SOMMM ART COURSES STARTING NOW DYNAMICS in DRAWING PAINTING SCULPTURING Fr Be,i„„trs t Advance Student! REGISTRATION Now 0en. UN 6-1685 — 6911 Rue Bordeeux — Normendy Isle Broward Family Service Meeting Jewish Family Service of Broward County held its first annual meeting Monday, 6 p.m., in the Social Hall of Temple Sinai. Hollywood. Contributors to Jewish Welfare Federation of Hollywood or the United Fund of Broward County are members of Jewish Family Service and were invited. A short business meeting took place during which the nominating committee gave its report, and Louis Cautin, executive director, spoke on the agency's caseload and services. Guest speaker was Dr. Lester Reiser, psychaitric consultant to Jewish Family Service. Dr. Reiser was introduced by Mrs. Robert Berger, chairman of the annual meeting. Jewish Family Service has been operating as an independent Broward County social agency since Jan. 1, with an interim Board of Directors presided over by Milton Forman. The organization is located in the Forum Bldg., 2632 Hollywood Blvd., Hollywood. YOUR INSPECTION INVITED FREE VAULT STORAGE A Bring in your winter garments BWe clean them CWe hang all garments on individual hanger and store them FREE for six months. All you pay are regular cleaning charges and 1 % of the vol. (Min. $100.00 Val.) Pay nothing until the day you take your storage outl a COLD FliR X 5 STORAGE i % VAULTS 4; *rm* r £m& ANY-FUR STOLE-CAPE OR COAT STORED FOR HEAR $045 FREE III AND OUT SERVICE MARKS THE WORD FOR QUALITY CLEANING, LAUNDRY AND STORAGE 1201 -20th Street, MB. Corner Alton Road Voult Hrs. 7 A.M. lo 6 P.M. Store Hrs. 7 A.M. to 9 P.M. 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Pzge 10-B Friday. May 10, 1963 Pearly Gait by Hal GOLFERS PARADISE: I wonder if there's a better buy in the iw'.l tbar right here in your own -backward*" AH winter long our '-om out-of stale enjoy the lush life at cur plush oceanfront hosteJnes. But the> pay a commensurate tariff to enjoy the fine state of thetr stays Now. with the summer rates in effect, we lucky localizes can take advantage of the best vacation buys anywhere — right here From Friday to Sunday night, families can enjoy the luxury accoauscdatiocs of any of our top hotels at bargain rates. They include all the goH you can cram into a weekend on the finest courses in Florida, with no art to te* off. The kids II love the activity at the cabana clubs, and the freedom of ravin* en beach or at pat ls idt under watchful eyas •* IHa•werris and children's coumtlon. If* a reol vacation or moon and pop. three days •* *•** %  wfthavt a car* about meal-planning or marketing. A.-ooj the finer fo!f cour--e in the area are those at the Diploma: Hotel, the Doral Country Club and at Westbrooke. And for the getters ho cant take advantage of the wonderful hotel buvs. incindms the free fotf an private coarse*, the pabbc cours-s -re u: excellent shape and free of the crowds that held up pUy in the winter • • • Open to the public without charge, the Unn-ersaty of Miami S> n> nbonic Band. -The Band of the Hoer."" wfll p r ej ent its aanua] spring concert en May IS at 8 p m. at Dade County Aaditommv Drawing good attendance at the hUyfair, Ni m and n Parkway •r-i Sunset Art Theatre is "Sundays and CybaHa." feature present*tien bemg held over "No Emit" follows on the 24th at the Mayfair. Normandie and Sunset. Getting more and more popular each week is Westbrooke Country s Friday .ver.me traditional dinners in the Golden Key restauThe Golden Key u open on Saturday and Sunday evening? for pr.ced : :rners. The room is open to botn mtmbers %  the general public There is dancing on Saturday evening. Charlie Jacobson has been elected to the Board of Directors of the Florida Chapter of the Public Relations Society of America. A pubtic relations consultant since 1*44 in South Florida, the likeable Chariiwas a charter member and treasurer of the American Public Relations Association, which later merged with PRSA. Frank Grazian:. owner of the Continental in West End. NJ.. came f*re quite a few years ago. planning to loaf the entire winter Three da>s %  aall he could stand of that, so he began as a floor captain at Maxim'i m Subside and has returned there every winter since Ha^ to adm:t it isn't the money, he just loves the restaurant Left lo rigbJ rre Dr. Arthur Gilbert, cf the Physicians Division, Paul Ecraet: Office Supplies and Printing Division, and Ernes*. JCT.J. co-chairman ci the 1963 Combined Jewish Appeal, %  hows during a report meeting at Federation headquarters. Following the meeunr. leaders manned the phones for a brief "Dialathcn" session, which resulted in an additional S10.0O0 above the figure announced during the •or.. THE LERNERS letobUshed FAMOUS 671 WASHINGTON AVE. PARKING FACILITIES MIAMI BEACH £ T^es(aurant DINNERS SERVED DAILY [CITlRirlC iKucircsstN OP£/V IVifiYOAV Eighteen Hebrew Accdemy Women sponsors for the Bock cf Life are shown dedicating a brick for life book at a Brick and Binyan Bank hincheon launching a S50.000 campaign for the endowing of the new Hebrew Academy kitchen. Front row lleft to right' are Mesdames Pauline Grandwerg. Louis Merwitzer, Joseph Shapiro. Samuel Reinhard, Frieda Koch, and Julius Rosenstein, Binyan Bank chairman. Back row Heft to right) are Mesdames Olga Putz. Harry Genet, Alexander S. Gross, Anne Berkowitz, Samuel Cohen, Leonard Rosen, chairman, Jacob Katz, Abraham Mason. M. H. Rosenhouse and Irving Firtel. Not shown are Mesdames Maurice Goldberg, ?-ichel Gropen and Henry Gewitz. Pinski Folk School Dinner and Concert Dmner and concert on Saturday. 6pm. May 18. final season activity for the David Pinski Folk School. will be held at the Farband Center, 842 Washington Ave Louis Schwartzman, executive director of the Bureau of Jewish Education, will be guest speaker. Musicale will feature Hayim and Sarah Freshko singing Jew ish and Hebrew selections; Mich ael Gibson. Yiddish artist: Chayelc Grober of the Hebrew Habima. Aida Yaslow at the piano: Philip Nashkin. and students of the David Pinski Folk School in .--..tations by Jewish pot'Beach B'nai B'rrtk Worn Schedule Installalha fvenf Combined donor and ir.-'allation luncheon of Miami Beach Chapter ol B'nai B'rith Women w.LI be held on Tuesday, noon, at the Deauville Hotel. New slate headed by Mrs. SallyFisher will be installed by Mrs. Gerald Soltz, past District president. A musical program will :>e presented. MAI aarrz Hertz Candidate In Beach Election Hal Hertz" campaign for Miami Beach Council moved forward this week as he opened campaign headquarters and named key person ML Hertz announced his advocacy of a newpolice sub-station in the fa-t growing North Shore area in a speech to the Normandy I Improvement Association at the Normandy Shores Golf Course. He aIo advocated a complete reappraisal of the dt] I munieipal parking system. A reevahuof the parking program in all — South Shore, \\<.. list -• :>: S —:"• ied to be %  '. well-being ••: Miami 3each. Hertz d. Campaign headqu-: beer, opened at 1201 ;ton Ave Hertz named Ger aid I to head up his campaign rent counsellor, to manage the head quartern. Hertz, executive vice president of one of the Southeast's foremost advertising acd tourist promotion firms, told the Civic League Tues day that the city needs a "drastically stepped up convention bureau, publicity program and special events department, to meet the competition of both Caribbean nations and other areas in Florida. Social Club Fetes Mother's Day Miami Friendly Social Club will have a Mother's Day celebration on Sunday. 2 p.m.. at the Beth El social hall. Entertainment will be presented by the Michaels Dance Studio. Also during the afternoon birth rays and anniversaries of the following will be celebratedMr and Mrs Joseph Braff. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Bro-*n. Mr and Mrs Max Glick. Mr. and Mrs. Sam K Minnie Stieglitz. MrG ftr, Mrs. Sarah Polaik. Mr Mn A • Friedman and Mr :.n. 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Friday, May 10, 1963 Louis Merw'rtzer to Head Academy Loui Merv. itz'.-r was urTanimons 1> reflected t-> ?erve as president ol the Hebrew Academy for the 1963-6* school year at a meeting! Sunday morning. Merwitzer served as chairman, of the Academy one million dollar 1 i:impnign for the new building at, 24th S*. and Pine Tree Dr. In ai'ceptin;" the presidency for the second term Merwitzer said. •1 consider the Hebrew Academy the greatest unifying force in the community. It is the only school in which children with different ideological backgrounds meet to -tudy our faith and heritage. "Since th Hebrew Academy is a community school and not connected with ary synagogue or temple I call upon the citizens of eke Greater Miami area to lend their support to Our Academy which is the only school of its kind in the southeastern region of the United States." B. I. Binder, honorary president nd chairman of the Nominations •X U**i*ii fgrsrSHIS^n Page 1 IB Marcia Cypen Michael Drapftin Seymon Greenberg Roslyn Nexer lorry Kuciyrnski Joel Reich Roy Ce/ber JQar l i uchl i %  par M.I i •• % %  \ lee in-ildenta: • • Hi. n. intrennui • i M.i n h.-w Z '• k.-i IPIIII .i '• iMirer; Ji it, I nani lal u i H.-iij.c • \ ..l, Mwlatanl fl.1 -..i.i.. I,I. .-;. In. i. i. retar; Mourn i.. apondlnii H> i i lalbut, iri-ni-i al .i .1...— ; ; M Meyer*, audit01 • •. i '. .'. • %  .i i., sen. • Abe 'f. ll. ini r Haaoh, V.\ l Sergei. % % %  !'.• k. v %  l:, i ].,,.. in, i 1 1 \ do Mhepard Broad, I in. Jack \ Cantor, i I.-I \,\ nj Moribh i. i.. i lublln, Herman Bin • .1 Ptnkel, Jacob Mai 11'. ienet, Ben Bion KM1 ntnutiunt. Mori In %  i M.i in i .:. I.II.IIK. tt'llll i toldab HI Jon I.I. fSera .; i eenbera;, Henn .". Max '. i nann, at. I. Harix.Heel II. man Jablon, MilDonna Samuelson Saturday morning services, May 11, at Temple judea, conducted by Rabbi Mordecai Podet, will include the Bas Mitzvah of Donna Helene Samuelson. A seventh grade student at Ponce Junior High, Donna plays flute in the school band. Mr. and .Mrs. Joseph Samuelson, 2725 SW 36th Ave., will host the Kiddush following the ceremony in their daughter's honor. Joel Reichman Dr Irving Lehrman will officiate at the B;:r Mitzvah of Joel, son of Mrs. Ruth Reichman and the late Dr. Irving Reichman and grandson of Mrs. Ray Reichman, during services on Saturday morning, May 11, at Temple EmanuEl. Joel is a siuaent at Ida If, Fisher Junior High where he was elected Fisher's "Finest'' of the eighth grade, and is the eighth grade representative to the PTA. He is interested in sports of all kinds. The celebrant will be honored al a reception at the Sans Souci Hotel following the ceremony. • Lawrence Kuczynski Rabbi Solomon Schiff will officiate at the Bar Mitzvah of Lawrence, son of Mr. and Mrs. Israel Kuczynski, 1539 SW 16th St.. during services Saturday morning, May ll. at Congregation Beth EL The celebrant attended the Congregation's Religious School and is now a student at Hebrew Academy A reception Saturday evening at the Royal Hungarian Restaurant on Miami Beach will honor the Bar Mitzvah. % %  : %  | %  :.-. Roslyn Nexer Friday evening services. May 10, at Temple Ner Tamid, will include the Bas Mitzvah of Roslyn Nexer With Rabbi Eugene Labovitz officiating. Roslyn is a student at Nautilus Junior High and the Temple's Religious School. Mr. and Mrs. Max Nexer, 7509 Buccaneer Ave., will host a reception in their daughter's honor following the ceremony, e e e Marcia Cypen Bas Mitzvah of Marcia Kay, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Cypen, will be celebrated on Saturday morning, May 11, in the main sanctuary at Beth David Congregation. Rabbi Norman N. Shapiro will officiate. A straight A honor student^t Shenandoah Junior High, Marcia plays violin in the school orchestra. Now a senior in the Beth David Religious School, the celebrant has a perfect attendance record since starting pie-kindergarten at tho age of 4Mi. Following the Friday evening and Saturday morning services, Mr. and Mrs. Cypen will host the Oneg Shabbat and Kiddush. and on Saturday evening, a reception in Spcctor Hall. Michael Drapkin Beth Torah Congregation will be, the site of the Bar Mitzvah of i Michael Samuel Drapkin during; services on Saturday morning, j morning, May 11, conducted by i Rabbi Max A. Lipschitz. Son of Mr. and Mrs. Morris G. Drapkin, 1045 NE 176th St., the celebrant is a student at North Miami Beach Junior High. e Roy Gelber Roy. son of Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Gelber. will observe his Bar Mitzvah on Saturday morning. May 11. al Temple Emanu El with Dr. Irving Lehrman officiating. A seventh grade student at Ida M. Fisher Junior High, Roy is a member of the sports committee. He is captain of his class volleyball team, on the seventh grade All Star Volleyball Team, and is also interested in fishing and coin collecting. The celebrant win be honored j at a reception Sunday at the Seville Hotel. <• 9 Seyman Greenberg On Saturday morning. May 11, during services at Young Israel of Greater Miami conducted by Rab%  bi Sherman Stauber, Seyman i Greenberg will observe his Bar Mitzvah. Son of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Greenberg, 430 NE 159th St., Scy I man is an honor student at North Miami Beach Junior High and is a member of the school band. He will be honored at a party given by his parents. c Nei! Green Temple Emanu-El will be the site of the Bar Mitzvah of Neil, son of Mr. and Mrs. Sol Green, during Mincha services on Saturday, May 11, 6:45 p.m., conducted by Dr. Irving Lehrman. A seventh grade student at Ida M. Fisher Junior High, the celebrant is interested in sports and stamp collecting. He will be honored at a reception in his home. Leonard Elias Leonard, son of Mr. and Mrs Harry Elia.-. and grandson of Nathan Elias, will be Bar Mitzvah on Saturday morning. May 11, with Rabbi Alfred Waxman officiating. A seventh grade honor student at West Miami Junior High, Leonard plans to continue his studies in the Temple Confirmation Class He will be honored at the Kiddush following the services. Beth Kodesh Honors mothers Mothers, grandmothers and children will be honored at a Mother's Day breakfast on Sunday at 10 a.m. at Beth Kodesh Congregation. In the evening, the film "Laughter Through Tears" with Michel Rosenberg, will be shown. •• H %  i ob Kats, •;••" ice •I. Willis Kim.. Bam Kol Bernard Kata, Uddor (Cramer, Jos-uli Kr.r -. dr. hxvln 11. Mak..\~Lv. William Mechanic, I H. Mellin. in. Al. \ Mill. i. Mi.iriM B. Mill. i. Morrla Naah, Henn Penchanaky, Ju. •• itiikin Harrj Rown. M. ll. i: >-enhouae, Julius Roeenatetiii Bemuel Koaner. Ami Nathan Rottenbenr, Seymour Rubin, siiii., Rublnowlts, Louli Itutliii.-u, in M .1 Bafra, t rank s. nnelder, Rabbi Bolomon Srliiff. Herbert B Rhaplro, Rev. Joseph Bhaplro, Sam Shapiro, Benjamin Sherry. ToMaa sun..ii Harry Blmonhoff, laldon Spot" i. r. .1.11, Suaaman, Morrln Waldman, Samuel Waldman, Nat Wolf, Philip WeifM, Abraham Varmark. Kl, t. .1 t.i %  I I .iI'l IWtl %  • ~ JOH. nil Applebaum, fanel Aecher, l.ai II,iii.i-1,. i n. Max Cohen, I 'i. l:-ni mi n i 'oli in.in. .1 HI. i I iener, Abe '•in, ii. •. h Abe Blaanbenr, Al.riiii Fox, Isidore Friedman, Abe Oefter. Harry unman, Meyei Qoldsteln, Morii~ Gordon, 'I' 1 lore l^indesmnn. David Levlnson, I >i. Milton Lubarr, Morrli D. Maarer, Bamuel Masld, ii.,ni, Meyer, Bdward Newman, !.< %  •• Rapuapoi i, l MI i'l Rosnei, Wllllani Rubin, Benjamin Rudnlk, Sum Bhnndi.-i. Bernard Sharp. Mas Shelnman, l>r. Nathunh-I Soroff, Michael Toe.-, Herman Welntraub, Morrla Zactln. Installation of officers and directors will take place Sunday evening, May 26 at the Deauville Hotel. BANQUET FACILITIES CATERING WITH HAWAIIAN SHOW PLUS DANCING ifciitf, pacific POLYNESIAN RESTAURANT & GARDENS U.S. I-S0UTH OF HOLLYWOOD CIRCLE MIAMI Fit l-8'9 FT. LAUO.-HLYW0. W 3 2421 -&**> >0 m THE FABULOUS 'ARLIGHT HO AMERICA'S SMARTEST SUPPER CLUB F£AIURIKG FOR DINNER-DANCING KING ARTHURS COURT Th SINGING STRINGS DINNER • SUPPER MIAMI SPRINGS VILLAS 500 Deer Run • TU 8-4521 ART "RUNS, COOWM. S ''rk' -^ajv, m tr. MAL MALKIN BIS PIAHO AND HIS ORCHESTRA VISIT THE STARLIGHT BAR FOR A SPECTACULAR VIEW In ihc Swinging W&ftk LOUNGE UiaHrcmcndous mutlcalgroup ,,. 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Friday. May 10. 1963 lt*i #? IHk^rKHIilriir) Page 13-B The Courier c^ wartz Julian Weinkle, chairman of the board of the Bank of Dacle County, is the new president of the I niversity of Miami Citizens Board for l!M>3-64 Directors Include Miami Beach public relations ace Hank Meyer ... Dr. Saul H. Mendloviti, Rutgers professor of law, on the 1 M campus gave a week-long series of lectures on the problems of world peace. Robert Gelberg, editor and founder of the University of Miami's Tempo magazine 14 years ago. is moving his highly successful photography studios from Miami Beach to Kendall. Mel Richardson, new president of the Normandy Isles Home Owners Association, presided at a meeting of the group at the Normandy Shores golf course recently. It's anniversary time in Miami Beach this summer Charlie Bookbinder planning the 10th for Pumpernik's restaurant and pantry and the city is getting set for its 50th anniversary in two years Judge Albert Dubbin and Mrs. Dubbin relaxed at the Safety Harbor Spa near Clcarwatcr last week, and beamed at news of his son's and grandson's activities in the state legislature sessions ... Ed Me'niker of Mercantile National Bank totalled up some $1,000 raised for Variety Children's Hospital at a Tuesday night card party at the Aleiers. Eugene Garfield of Bay Harbor Islands was cited by the Heart Association at a Monday night dinner at the Dupont Plaza Hotel Also on Independence Day. Miami Beach Lodye of B'nai B'rilh will hold its annual celebration at Flamingo Park, with vice president Joe Goodman and past president Ted Trushin already at work Metro gommlltnionm Harold Spaet heads the Mother's Day committee for the Beaoh lodjje of the Elks. Men's Club of National Children's Cardiac Hospital and the Beach l>oth have hi nkcn charit) stagings of "Cleopatra" Miss Uniheadquarters hotels will be the Fontainebleau, DiLido, Nautilus Shelborne. Lakeside Memorial Holds Mother's Day Special Services Lakeside Memorial Par!?, af*NW 25th St. and 103rd Ave., will conduct a special Mother's Day Memorial Service on Sunday at 1 p.m. Rabbi Morton Maluvsky of the Israelite Center will officiate and the Jewish community of Greater Miami is welcome to participate in the Mother's Day service. The invitation is not limited to plot owners, but is extended by Lakeside Memorial to all who with to have a prayer said for loved ones. Marvin Roth Lodge of B'nai B'rith presents a number of volumes to the Judaica shelf of the Daytona Beach Junior College Library. Left to right are Rabbi Norman H. Diamond, of Temple Beth El. Daytona Beach, Leon F. Fordham, college librarian; Dean Robert W. Whetstone; and Rabbi B. Leon Hurwitz. former spiritual leader of Temple Zamora, Coral Gables, and now of Daytona. After Successful Hotel Career Gefters Take Leave of Absence An address by Rep Claude Pepper will highlight a dinner and bi sinesa gathering of the Florida Slate Council of Senior Citizens D: Saturday, May 11, at the Shelpome Hotel. The Miami Beach 'lit initiates the first annual 1 tion of the Florida organilation. On Sundav, May 12. Pepper will pi oduce his congressional coliic-, Rep. Richard Boiling [l n Mo i, at a mass rally in the liami Beach Auditorium. The At a recent installation meeting of the Senior Citizens Association of Miami Beach in the Algiers Hotel are (left to right) Metro Commissioner Alex Gordon; Mrs. Lenu Mintzes. president; Judge Jack Falk; and Metro Commissioner Chuck Hall. ten. Pepper Talks To Senior Citizens meeting will mark the first major effort of the state's senior citizens to enlist general public support for President Kennedy's Medicare bill. Pepper and Boiling are two of the strongest advocates of the Medicare proposal in Congress Pepper and many other political figures invited to the conclave will take part in convention business sessions. Announcement of Pepper's acceptance was made bv Michael Sossin, state secretary of the Florida Council, and Max Friedson, convention chairman. "Miami Beach was chosen for this convention and rally of the State group," Sossin said, "because of the growing number of senior citizens pouring into South Florida to make their homes." Boiling, considered one of the leading spokesmen for progressive and liberal forces in the House of Representatives today, recently led a successful fight to seat two proMedicare Congressmen on the House Ways and Means Committee. An eight term Congressman, Boiling has served on the Joint I Economic Committee and, in 1961, 1 received a distinguished service award from the American Political Science Association. Following twenty years in the hotel business in this area. Mr. Abe Getter has announced his retirement from the local scene for the present. Together with Mrs. Getter, the former operator 01 the Cromwell Hotel, entered Mayo Clinic on May I-l Mr. Getter, who operated a haberdashery business in Cuba for almost ten years, first entered the hotel business here when he took over the Astor Hotel, remaining there for five years. His next venture was the Marseilles Hotel which he operated for ten years. His latest operation has been at the Cromwell for the past four years, and Mr. Gefter announced that the hotel was a complete sell-out for the Passover holidays. In a letter received from the well-known Beach figure last month by The Jewish Flondian. I he stated "Mrs. Gefter and I are going up to Mayo Clinic to do some "repairs"—after the repairs comes convalescence—after convalesenee comes recuperation— and that means a vacation! As Hotel Proprietor Fined for Kashrus Violation Owner and operator of the Granada Hotel. 1017 Meridian Ave., Terry Sponder was fined $500 plus court expenses for violation of Miami's Beach Kosher food ordinance. After finding Sponder guilty, Municipal Judge Albert H. Saperstein suspended $250 of the fine. Rabbi Joseph E. Rachovsky, senior orthodox rabbi of Greater Miami, testified in the long, drawncut case of the violation brought by Frank Brickman, Kashrus Inspector of Miami Beach. AM GffTfR yet, there are no plans for the future." Their many friends in Greater Miami look forward to renewed health and vitality for both the Gefters and hope to welcome them back on the local scene in the near future.—ST Beach Y Leaders Select Mrs. Kann Incoming slate of officers of the Women's Division of Miami Beach "Y" is headed by Mrs. Solomon Kann, succeeding out-going president. Mrs. Eric Powell. Other officers are: vice presidents, Mrs. Jack Katzman, Mrs. Albert Ossip. and Mrs. Elliott Pearl; secretaries, Mrs. Wilma Lembo, Mrs. Leon Epstein, Mrs. Walter Lebowitz; treasurer, Mrs. Samuel Oka. Board members: Mrs. Eric Powell, Mrs. Norman Giller, Mrs. Milton Sirkin, Mrs. Theodore Trushin, Mrs. Robert Grossman, Mrs. William Sussman. Mrs. Harold Vinik, Mrs. Philip Samet, Mrs. Albert Somers. Israelite Center Bikur Cfiolim Plans Mother's Day Event Gabrielfe NaSH for Woman on Council HARBOR ISLAND PRESTIGE LOCATION For the Refined and Discerning Taste Biicoyne Wafer front luxury Now Rental Bargains on Yearly Leases Spacious 2-Bedrom. 2 Bath, Unfurn. bet woll-to woll Carpeting, etc. $225 (Yrl T Basis Only); [1-Bedroom, )-tath, Farn. or Unfurn $160 & $175 (Yrly. Basis Only) folio, swimming pool, fishing dock ilevotor bfdg., very eeief privacy J7945 E. Drive, Harbor Island I" Boy Village off 79th St. Ctewy Near Spa. Phone Mgr. PL 8-8818 Bikur Cholim of Israelite Cen I tcr will hold its annual Mother's Day luncheon on Wednesday. noon, in the Center, 3198 SW 24th I Ter. Serving on the committee with I Mrs. Elsie Eisner, chairman, are Mrs. Lillian Silver, Mrs. FannyGorman, Mrs. Pearl Ciment, and Mrs. Bella Izsack. Mrs. Harry Karcsh and Mrs. Julius Steinberg are in charge of tickets. President of the group is Mrs. Nathan Shenkin. MaufcuA. S""***^ il-ATNC PIVO ft lft*IJ 111 PAIKINU -Open 5:45_J SO MIAMIN1A1 SONST _Opcn 5 BEST FOREIGN FILM Of THE YEAR! MM. GABMtUt NASH With the statement that the Miami Beach City Council needs a "practical and sound woman's voice," Gabrielle Nash, eight-year resident of the Beach, has filed as candidate in the forthcoming election. "A vacation place is usually decided by the woman," says Mrs. Nash, "and who is best qualified to understand the needs of our women tourists?" The candidate, French born, with an Israeli father, served in the underground during World War II. She later was connetced with the exclusive salon of Jacques Fath, and is an artist fashion designer. She is married and the mother of two children, the family residence being 2534 Flamingo Drive. An ardent organization worker. Mrs. Nash numbers among her many affiliations the Miami Beach Senior Citizens Organization, Florida Senior Citizens League of Voters, Life member of Temple Emanu-El Sisterhood, Dade County Juvenile Council. B'nai B'rith Women, Miami Beach Taxpayer's Association, League of Women Voters, and Business and Professional Women's Group of Hadassah. Mrs. Nash offers a platform comprising Town Hall meetings on alternate months; bus benches at each bus stop; increasing youth facilities; improvement of public beach facilities, among others. SHEAFFERS new $195 BALLPOINT plus free 79$ refill Famous Sheaffer quality, plus free entry in No-Loser Sweepstakes. Win fabulous prizes. 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Page 14-B 9> fceWc* nrrMBtr Friday. May 10. 1963 Planning committee of the annual Scholarship G. Wechsler. chairman. The event raised ter> Night of the Miami YMHA Branch held at the funds to provide scholarships for needy chilDupont Plena Hotel include* (left to right) dren to attend one of three YMHA day camps |ARG TEIL Marvin Gilmcn. George A. Simon. Mrs. Nain Dade County. than Cvnamon. Dr. Jack Amazon and Louis _____ Attorney Harry Gordon Dies; 'Miami Resident 45 Yams Miami attorney. Harry Gordon, died here May 2 at the age of 63. He came to Miami 45 years ago from Pennsylvania, and lived at 5227 Alton Rd.. Miami Beach. A past president of Beth David Congregation. Gordon was a member of the Executive Club of Mi ami Beach, Florida and Dade County Bar Association, Ma hi Shrine and Temple Beth Sholom. Surviving are his wife. Florence; two sons. Gerald of Cleveland. O., and Murray of Chicago, 111; a daughter. Mrs. Barbara Jonas; three brothers. Milton. Clifford and Morris Gordon, and eight grandchildren. Services were May 3 in River side Memorial Chapel. Alton Rd. with burial in Mt. Xebo Ceme Miami U President Speaker at Dinner %  &, %  ,_£_£ %  Marriage Customs and Family Dr. Henry King Stanford, pres The Present and Future of Cy Life in the Light of Reform Judaident of the University of Miami. be principal speaker at the George X. Papamcolaou memorial dinner to be held Monday at the B:>cayne Terrace Hotel. President of the PapanicoUou Cancer Research Institute is James M. Albert. tologic Diagnosis of Cancer.' Concert Artists Offer Instruction i u ..;„., **' •"• I -*P f •' Vices. EDWARDS. M sw :••..-• RiverBROWN. l,i_g pathologist and chief of cydirecting, as well as Cantonal preHarrv X. Schwartz will be held. >\v --. %  u %  ; ••+ % %  < toloar: Memorial Center for CanDeration. on Sunday. May 19. 11 a.m. at MAPRONE cer and Allied Diseases. New The Marchbein-Marbinys, folBeth Israel Synagogue. York, will receive the Leonard A. lowing the views of Tetrazzini and Rabbi Louis Rottman will con Wien award for 1963 and speak on Titta Ruffo. stress the importance duct the service for the members BRONSTEIN. acher's per of the family who have arrived [ ; i '"' A '' BERKELL. SE WOth -' died -'• to the pupil of the teac -ocal demonstration of voice from Xew York. The burial took ROSE. > Leoe, : • ryBarrV Halpert Off placement and bel canto'singing" place on March 18 in Xew York Jjj*." ___ C %  ____i.* The couple is offering free auCity. _"T WOVy aerVICe ditions as weU as part-scholarstrrps tz. J resident of Mis Barry S. Halpert. Xavyman. has to exceptionally talented students. Beach for nine years was well •*.. ported for duty on the staff of known as a community leader and '-'"CHEN reported Vice Adm Frank O Beirne. ComkJ_j;-__| Ctinker mander Naval Air Forces. U.S. At FlClllCdl IClllCI lantic Fleet, headquartered at the Naval Air Station in Norfolk, Ya |fa|(|$ BdlKUICl The journalist seaman appren"T~" tice is the son of Mr. and Mrs Napoleon Reed will be star per Sol Halpert. Ms Manau Ave.. former at the annual bowling Coral Gabies and a graduate of i Apr. it. H r -?.t. He was founder of the Mesifta MERGER KARS. T-r died Apt :. -I-. GEiGER. •:• %  %  \\ ,-hington Avr.. '.'. nth >-.. Haxh : A; r • 111 W < I • ll*--l ASCMVED, I .:••'.. % %  (t • 4 Apr 7 !ti\ %  GOLDSTEIN. Iiura. Ulni Aw. diMl Mar fl Wank. FiNKELSTElN. All •-1 ". Ill BW Mai Sewn BACHRACM. 1;. "4 :! i'.>lUna Av .1 Ma -• i:.. HECHT, Mm. Hrr>4 E! Rai.. ML. C-ral <;at-l<-> ;•'! Mar. 4. Ur.flcHl. KLEINMAN. h>1*a-.! harieii Won K. ny Harb-r r. dird MJ ;. RKernld*-. MARGOLYES. Mr• It. 1(01 Marldtan \w .1 >I | -1,1. NtwMAN. .MrM HarrW ]?:• %  • XW lliJ' M CloHKWi OLCMIN. Al.rahHtii .\"E 1SI., dif^l .Mar. 23. R.v*-mld. POTLOW. Mr? I ri •• h. )••.1: I>r died Mar. ;••. Rlv-r*lde. SCHOLL. All.-ri Z J; Kid*. SHEIN. Mrv Helen. 'n s;\ Si died Mar. JJ. WEINER. Sanroel ST. <• I'l died Mar. 23 LEMISHOW. Abe. Ml War. died Mar. T 1 "..-!• rsld^ EPi'.EIN. M: MarIIJROU I 1U> IT .11. I Ma .-• I -r-id.-. CLICK. Morrla. "h >• d Mar _•:. P.. KLEPPER Mr. -"•. Jeff v w di.-d Ma Rlvei ROSENBLOOM. Un U lb) i, NK '.•••h S: Ml • %  • d • Mai fUveratdi SMITH. Ana Marl %  i • I M CLARFELD. neaj.i -id^ Blvd died M : %  : SOKOL. Nathan. IS • T.inm Wi • rMV IT. died Ma -• !:•—-%:.; BLOOM. MrHenna '-' S \\ .%  • >•• fled Mar I* '::• % %  JACKSON. Irvina. 7t, I died M..r. JO. I'.. PEARLMUTTER. !*ldney, **. 11" .M;ui-^iiie IT. di.-.i Mar. :>. r. GROSSFIELD. M1 T4 1' 3rd s1 ed Mar. Blvaral GRUNWALD. Jull \\. died Mar. 1>. Rlr^nddHUSKA. Mra. Marr, "'. -ll Kth .-• Mar '..• Ki.:-MlSCMKURMAN. M %  •af-e. 7?. Rirern ARGOSH. SI 7.-.. •'• %  I'.!-.I. %  .1 Mar -idKRAUSS. IMm :; Mm Mareeill Mar. I" %  r SCHWARTZ. Wll \. • .-• ..n Way. died Apr. 21. 1' rn FRIEDLANDER. I'.N H %  '% %  •> Av< i Apr. LEVIN. Henry. >*. ••' •-"' Waahen-• ton Av died i:i<--" • nr-Newma: LEWIS. HenjAmln. • %  SCK -• 1 : %  -1 Newman. LIGHT. Mn. J^r.i •!. Ntu • mar.-Bla.-bera. MARKOWITZ. Nathan, f IT N'W I'th Ave. tied X I I. Ce^ SILVERSTONE. IT. BlfBMM Hear .. • N %  ".: • \-*ay Dr.. d. Apr. 17. Oordon. 1 ALBERT, Mrs IJIly. fl St. died Apr. 17. R .T-ide ANNIS. Mrs. H*-rth.i. IB1 • ;at^ <>r. died Air IT. River BERNSTEIN. Ireinn. '.'. . Ri\er.-i-. TESLER. Abraham. %  ".. d:. d Apr Rrveretde DOLINCER. M:. M • 'andia Ave., died Ap15. <>ord %  GROSSMAN. Tilli. ol S\V 1 .We. Hallandabdied. Reyer. LUBOW. Anni.-. 2. ...' Ill W. 4th C" HiblNcua Ie'.and. it-d Apr. Newman. Democratic Club to Meet Candidates the advisory council of Temple enthal are: Mrs. Bertram S. Kfare. Eeth Shirafi. was appointed by secretary: Mrs. Morris Cotzin. Rabbi Moms A Skop as a deletreasurer, and Mrs. Aaron Stem gate to the national conference berg, vice president, of Reconstrucronist Congregations being held this week in Buffalo. NY. Dr. Mordecai M. Kaplan and Dr. present the candidates in the June 4 election of the Miami Beach A substantial portion of the council Entertainment will feature "Ludwig." Wall)Gluck. president of the club, and Dr. A. Nemser will serve on the official greeting committee of the Florida State Council of Senior Citizens during the group's statewide convenuon. Gluck has been authorized by the Memorial Service For the Thresher Memorial services for the men who lost their lives aboard the I'SS Thresher were held last Tut*day morning at B'nai Zkm Cor. gregation in Key West. The Thresher is the nuclear submarine lost at sea during recer test exercises in the Xorth Atlantic. Representing the DA H were Lt. M. Hoffer. of the Sub marine School medical staff, ant! Lt. Cmdr. L. Schenker. captain of the Submarine Squidback. Rabbi Jacob J. Safra is spiritual leader at B'nai Zion. Ira Eisenstein. founders and leaders of the National Recor.struc tionist Foundation, will make the official presentation of the na tional charter to Roth. Dancing and entertainment will Grand Aerie ^ Jhe ^^j Q follow p resentauon of a wards der of £ag eS {Q prcad a charter for a Miami Beach unit. Slogan M'lSS Lillian Gooaman of the order is "Eagles are Peo_ .... P le Helping People." 10 lead Israel Tear an Goodman will lead a • %  *" Abraham SePTICtS group on a tour of Europe and Is"Jewish Mothers Then and Now" Now being completed at 120th rae i i eavU :g July 81h. Open only will be the sermon topic of RabSt. and 77th Ave.. the first unit of t ,, members of Hadassah and their i Nathan Zwitman during Friday Temple Beth Shirah which \wll in immediate families, reservations tvening services at Temple Br.ai erode the rabbi's study, cantor's can ^ made at the Hida>-ah ofAbraham. Sisterhood members office, classrooms and auditorium. (j ce JJ^ group will cross the Mffl participate in the ser %  fl be ready for the approach Mediterranean on Zm Lines' S S 2nd nost the 0 n *8 Shsbbat. Sat Thecdor HerzL HighLght of the urda > services are scheduled for trip will be a two week sxay in 9 a m I>rael. \ e Hadassih s un — dertakin*. Center Plans 'Preview Partw' ing High Holy Dayv Beth David Bowling League Beth David Congrr :owl I_eaeue annual rr.t ill be We • .J 7:30 p.m.. in the sicial hall. New of: and r the ba for Satm aa I, i F: Preview Par MTS. mosCS instaUea !" ? held at Flagler ''."enter on fl ChatB'nih other urday. May 25. wi Harr> anned Bu( t dy ^ Fred Sar..i!tr is l of the corresponding secretary to the I of ceremor.: group. group. rr.i is Bush Dignified, beautiful and reverently cared for surroundings for our departed loved ones are • source of very real comfort to all SEKClUStVI MbCOMk *r<*mm* M0 1-7693 Hows Special Family Ota&ons Your Welcome Wagon Hostesi will call w ith a basket of gifts., and friendly greetings from religious, civic, and business leaders of our community when your family celebrates a sixteenth birthday, announces an engagement or the birth of a new baby. or moves to a new home. Whea the occasiea arise*, P""" HI 8-4994



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Friday. May 10. 1963 Zukernick Named As Bar Director W. 0. Mehrtens and Wm. P. Simmon,'. Jr., Miami, an.d Harry Zukenuck and James Lawrence King, Miami Beach, began new terms us members of the Board ol Governors of The Florida Bar, .statewide organization of lawyers nd judge,, last Saturday. Officer? for the 1963-64 administrative >ear were sworn in by Florida Supreme Court Chief Justice B. K. Roberts during the linal business assembly of The Florida Bar's annual convention held last weekend at the Amen caoa Hotel. MeffftMU has served on the Baf'l j.*overning board since 1955. Zukernu-k was elected to membership on the Board in 1959, and Simmons in 1961. King, ncoming president of the Junior Bar Section of The Florida Jlar, v.ill become an cx-officio member of the Bars Board of (.overncrs. +Jeist> norldkiti Page 15-B LEGAL NOTICE Parent's Meeting At Beth David Specie. 1 meeting for the parents ol childrtn attending Beth David pre •CBOOli was to be held on Thursday evening, May 9, in the Social Hall. Guest 'pcaker was to be Mrs. Ben Kazer, principal at Everglades Elerientary School, and chairman of the conjTegation Board of Education. tNM, norm NOTICE OF SUIT or ORDER OF PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA, IN AND FOR DAOE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY, No 3C 4M9 EDITH HRVDY. Ilal CHARLJ P. RRvDY, |h f.'.-.'l nt, SUT FOR DIVORCE 3 T' • CHAKI.ES p. BRADS K %  •"• 'i.i Street 1 1 .. .\tw York You •"! WILES I'. UKA.'Y arc hereI. m thai %  BUI of Complaint ir 1 1 • has i..-. n 111 • -1 afainat 1 i.u, am 1 mirequired in serve a Answer 01 Pleading to 1 unpin mi on 1 iii Pis Inl \ • EON AKIi III S IK, K 1 nil I'ollai k, "' Weal Eias, ..1 t 1.1 Ida and file the i or I1< ...in.in the offli • of id.. Circuit Com I an liefoi thi 1 "i Ida > of .1 une. •.. .1.. >... judgment by deill taken against you foi rehei di manded In i he Hill of %  Hi.,. I'hla t ahull be published once h weeJ for four consecutive weeks THE JEW l.-ll FLORIDIAN. •N • \l. ORDERED :ii Miami, Rth da) of May, A.U. E. .EATHERMAN, Clerk, i Irculi i .nt, Dade cuntv, Ftortita ill By: I. S. DePIETRO Deputy Clcik i I'WAR! iliSAK Kneel and Pollack West Flasrler. Miami, Kla. Atlol II,-. %  .. Plaintiff :. 10-17-U-S1 NOTICE UNDER v..-. F ICTITIOU S NAME LAW NOTICE 18 HEREBY GIVEN that Hi. undersigned, desiring to ngage ",. I "'-: I ,"'T. '""'" ""• fictitious name Hatona Avenue. Coral Babies, Florida, intends to register., aald name with the 'lerk .., the Clrculi Court of iia.i,. County, Florida. M. WHIFF i.fcOROE, AMES .v HIT ll I: ii.,n H.W. I list street Miami SO, Florida Bj MBRVYN i.. AMES Attorneya foi Applicant t/10. 17, 14, SI U-mumLSiWiiLy COURT OF THE t E XI N J H JUDICIAL C RCU'T OF FL0 ^. I ? A IN AND FOR DAOE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY No 63C 4921 I.I is AVENDANO, I 'I.IIIIIM I. VS. JOYCE i: WEN DA No. Defendant. NOTICE TO DEFEND TO: JOYCE I! AVBNDANu I0J1 Lehlxh Street AH. mi.u ii. Pennsylvania YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED thai %  iiiii uf complaint baa been filed against yon ami you are required to serve a copy of your answer or other defensive pleadings thereto upon plalntirrs attorney, Bl'GENE LEM,\"'. H ft* Heybold Building, .Miami %  • %  Horldn. uml til., the original thereof in the office of the Clerk of the Irculi Court on or before the ISth • lay of June, 1'iii:;, „ r ., decree pro confeaso will be entered against you DATED, this 6th day of May, 1M3 E. 15. LEATHERMAN flerk of the Circuit Court K Irculi Court Heal) B) C. L. ALEXANDER ^_ s/19. 17, 21. :;i IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT IN AND FOR DAOE COUNTY, FLORIDA. IN PROBATE No. 45042A IN RE: Estate of M. M CI.1II-..S 1 leoeaaed. NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE APPLICATION FOR DISTRIBUTION AND FINAL DISCHARGE NOTICE Ihereby given that we nave filed our Final Report and Petition for Distribution and Final Discharge as Co-Uxeeutori of the estate • u .M. M. COHEN, deceased, and that on the loth day of June. 1963, will apply In the Honorable County Judges of Bade County, Florida, for approval of .-aid Final Report and for distribution and final discharge as CoExeclltorw of the e-t.ite of the above named deredent. This 10th dav of May. 1963. .MIAMI BEACH FIRST NATIONAL. BANK By I let.ni., P. Clum KEYMOIR J. SIMON SEYMOFR J. SIMON. Attorney 301 Alnsley Building .Miami 32. Florida ."./10. 17. 21. 31 LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE 18 MERER! GIVEN t the anderslgned, desiring to eng in buslm.... under the ilciltious n.. of CICBRARO JEWELRY STORE 22, N.K. 1st Avenue, Miami, Plot Intend t.. register saliLouimr who Clerk of the Circuit Conn ..t i> JCAN J. CICERARtl ESTEHAN ..I.V.\l;i./. Sole *e.'.nei .(1ILBERT .< Yiir.v; Att..ine\ tor .,|i|...i.ints i7 Llnoola Road r< i'. IT. 2i hat ,lg %  .lie at Ida the ade ::l IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL C.RCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DAOE COUNTY. IN CHANCERV No. 63C 4907 JOSEPHINE ARROYO ALICE A, Plaintiff, vs. I1ILBERT AUCEA, I lefelldant. NOTICE OF PUBLICATION TO: OII.BERT AUCEA o Candita All,.a ttll Amsterdam Avenue New ^..rk City, New York You are heron) notified that a Complaint for Divorce has been filed against you, and you are hereto) required t" serve %  oony of your answer to the Complaint on the Plaintiffs attorney, LESTER ROGERS, whoso address Is BM N.\V. lith Street. Miami. Florida, and file the original of your Answer in the office Of the cierk of the Eleventh Judicial Clrculi in an.i for Dado County. Florida, on or before 12th day of June. 1963, in default of which the Complaint will l. taken as confess e d by you. Dated this th day of May, IMS. E. B. LBATHERMAN Clerk of the Circuit Curt B) C. L. ALEXANDER t : %  !. 17. 21. 31 LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thai the undersigned, desiring t.. • ngage In business under the fictitious names of CAY TERRACE and CAY TERRACE ASSOCIATES at 1250 West Avenue. Miami Kenee*. Florida, Intend to register said names with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. MARVIN KLEIN BARNETT OUTHARTZ MARTIN PINE Attorney for Applicant* 14th floor, Dade heueral Bldg. Miami :'.2. Florida S '3. in, 17. 2i NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE is HEREBY OIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to eiiKage In business under the fictitious names ol APPROVED TAX CONSULTANTS, APPROVED TAX SERVICE ai :.7I N.K. 125th Street. North Miami, Florida intends t" regiater aald names with the cierk of ii.. Clrculi Court of Dade County, Florida. O. ll. SCHWARTZ HENRY A. KAMI' 1224 W.i-hiiiKti.n Ave„ Miami Beach, Pla. Attorneys for APPROVED TAX CONSULTANTS 5/lfl 17. 21. ^.1 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY C.IVEN that • undersigned, ilesirlng to engage i huainein under the fictitious namcKIL4MKR REALTY at MO 6!>th .-•.. Mi.,;. Beach II, Plortda, intends regl te* Bald name with the Clerk thi Ctrouit Court of Dude County. Ida. • TCIIEL KRAMER < >wner .. in. 17, 24. 31 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW N'OTH : IS HEREBY (SIVEN that j iniidersimied. desiring to engage in I ..vii..., under the fictitious name of lll'NTER SPRAY SERVICE at Mianil. I>u.i n Court ..f Dade Cuntv. Florida. ALBERT \ i:\NA ENTERPRISES, INC. By: Albert Vrana. ITesldent Ar..novitz. Slher Sober Attorneys for Applicant Ain.lej ilidlttg 5 %10-17-2I IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY No. 63C 3932 THE \vn.i.lA.\lsi:i i:.;ii SAVINI'.S || \\K I'lainliff, vs RICHARD D. MORGAN el ux. el 111 1 "efendant. NOTICE OF SUIT TO: l:icilAI{l> n M< IRC VN slid A.\N s MORGAN his wife, RESIDENCE UNKNOWN II • s* an.i if dead, the unknown l" ii -. '.v is. es, grantees, assignees, llenorv, creditors, trustees isr other claimants claiming ii. thiough, under or a-iinsi ih< above named de t.n.lanls. You are hereby notified that the above captloned action bias been Instituted against you in the Circuit Court ..I the Eleventh judicial Circuit of 1 lot Ida iii and for Dade County to foreclose a mortgage upon the following described real property : l.ol IB. in block BS, of FIRST ADDITION To CAROL CITY, according to the Plat thereof, recorded in Plai Book 60 nt Page 19 of the Public Records of Dado County. Florida. You are required to file your anSWer to plaintiff's complaint with the Clerk of the aforesaid Court, and ai i v.. %  cop\ thereof upon plaintiff's attorney. MARTIN FINE. !4th Floor Dad. Federal Bldg., Miami 12, Florida, not later than June 12th. i:'G.:. or a Decree Pro Coniesso will be enured against you. DATED: May 2, 1!>63. B, H. LEATHERMAN Clerk of the Circuit Court By: c P, COPELANC Deputy Clerk MARTIN* FINE Attornev for Plaintiff 14th Moor Dade Federal Bldg. Miami a:. Florida 5/ld. 17. 21. II IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. IN PROBATE No. 589070-B j In RE: Estate of H I8EPH V. DAVIDSON Deceased. NOTICE OF PROBATE THE STATE OF FLLORIDA: To ALL PERSONS INTERESTED IN THE ESTATE OF SAID DECEDENT.. You are hereby notified that a written instrument purporting; to be the last will and testament of said dec. dent has been admitted to probate In said Court. You are hereby commanded within six calendar months from the date of the first publication of this notice to appear in said Couri and snow cause. If any you can, why the action of saiil Court In admlttting said will to probate should not stand tin re yoked. HON. FRANK B. DOWLINC. County Judge Bv MELBA C. DICK ROBERT SCOTT KAUFMAN Attorney 1408 Ainslcv Pulldiiu; Miami 32, Florida First publication of this notice on the 10th day of May, m:t. 9 1". 17, 24. 31 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAMC LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY UIVEN thnt Jlii undersigned, deslrinjc to engage in '• milieus under the fictitious names of '• .•!,,.. i-,.| nt shoppe; Ye Olde Offs 'I Shoppe; Ye olde Mimeograph Khoppi ... {JIM Coral Way. Miami 45. 'la.. Intend to register said names "nil tb. Clerk of the Circuit Court of "••
  • RKS, .1 I iade Count). to register said name • k ..: ih, i 'irculi Coin I it MI Florida SKPII S BROWN S i". 17, -'i. II NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY No. C3C 4820 ELAINE JONES. Plaintiff. QRIFF L. JONES. Defendant. SUIT FOR DIVORCE You are hereby notified that a Bill of Complaint for Divorce has 1 D filed against you. and you are required to serve a copy of your Answer or Pleading to the Bill of Complaint on th. Plaintiff's attorney. WALTER H. LEBOWITZ. ESQ.. 71)6 First Street. I Miami Beach. Florida and file tin -original Answer • %  Pleading in ti ffi.e of the Cbik of the Circuit Court on or before th12tb day ol June, IMS, if ion Call to do so. judgment by default will < %  < %  taken against you f or the relief demanded in the Bill ..f Complaint. DONE AND ORDERED :" Miami, I '..rld.i. Ibis Ird da) Ol Mai. AD IMS. i: i: i i: tTHERMAN, Clerk,, Clrculi Court, Da.ie County, Florida id. ,ult four) Seal i Bj |< \l I.YMAN. Depiin I lerk M U i I:I: H l.l-.,."oVi'!/.. '->'• %  ; .Miami Beai I I "' ''"•• '" ,7.2,.::, IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY No. 63C 4832 ROBERT FUST. Plaintiff, vs. SVI.\ IA FAUST. Defend.int. NOT.CE OF SUIT I'": S VI.VIA I AI'ST Residence Pnknott n YOL' ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED thai a Complaint for Divorce has been fll ed against y.u in the Circuit Court in ami foi Dad. County, Florida, and you are required to serve a oop) of your Answer or Pleading to the Complaint on th.plaintiff's Attorneys, SIMON, HAYS ft QRUNNDWERO. 101 Ainslcv Building, Miami IS, Florida, on or before the I2tb day of June, IMS. If you fail to do BO, a Decree Pro Cooieeso will be filed against you for the relief demanded in the Complaint. Dated at Miami, Dade County. Florida, this 3rd day of May, IMS. E. B. LEATHERMAN Clerk Circuit Court. Dade County (Circuit Court Seal) By: M. CAVALAR1S SIMON. HAY'S & C.Ul'NDWF.KC Attorneys for Plaintiff 301 Alnsley Building Miami It, Florida IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY No. 63C 47SI THE WILLIIAMSBL'RCH BAVINOS HANK Plaintiff, EI.LA -MAE WEILAND. a Single woman Defendant. NOTICE OF SUIT TO: ELLA MAE WEILAND, a Single Woman P.O. Box :il Oondo. Alabama Y.iii are hereby notified that the above captloned action has been instituted against you In the Circuit Court of the Eleventh Judicial Circuit of Florida In and for Dade Countv to foreclose a mortgage upon the following described real property: IAI 21. Block 2. CFTLLKR RIDGE SECTION THREE, according to the Plat thereof, recorded in i'lst Book .".7, at Page .43. of the Public Records of Dade County. Florida together wKh Tub and Shower Enclosure, Welbilt B/ln Oven & Range 5116". .VJ6 Range Hood \\ / Fan. Hot Water Heater, Venetian Blindi You are required to file your answer to plaintiff's complaint with the Clerk of the aforesaid Court, and serve a cop) there., f upon plaintiff's attorney, MARTIN FINE. Hill Floor Dade Federal P.lilg., Miami IS, Florida, nol later than June ISth, IBM, or a Decree I'm Confeaao m bs •"t, red against i %  Dated: Max t, IMS. E. P. LEATHERMAN ci.rk of the i "In "it Com i B) C. P. %  'PEL VNH I i.-piiti Clerk \l VKTl.V FINE Attoi ney for Plain m I ni. l I %  I Wde Federal Bldg. .Miami ::-'. Florida NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage n business under the fictitious name • f WINDSOR TAVERN at 57M S.W, 8th Street, Miami, Florida, intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dad.County, Florida. MAURICE MAISONV1I.I.E Sole Owner KESSLER A OARS Attorneys for Applicant ItM B.W. 1st Street Miami, Florida ". l". IT. .'i. ;:, LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORiDA IN AND FOR DAOE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY... No. 63C 4719 UEUTA M. MACHIN, Plaintiff. I ARMANDO MACHIN, Defendant. SUiT FOR DIVORCE TO: ARMANDO MACHIN 193 AU.IUIH.II Avenue New Fork City, Ne York You. ARMANDO MAC II IN. are hereb) notified that a BUI of Complaint for Divorce has been filed against you. and you are required to seive a copy of your Answer or I'lcclInj t.. the Bill of Complaint on the Plaintlifs attorney, Banford L. Muchnick. 22i> 71 st Street, Miami Bejacb II, Klorlda ami file the original Answer "i Pleading In tinoffice of the Clerk of the in. nil Curt on or before the Ird da) of June, v.<6.:. if you fail to do so. judgment by d. l.iulf will be taken against you for the relict demanded In th.BUI of Complaint. This notice shall be publish. .1 once each w—k for four consecutive weeks in THE JEWISH FI.OKIDIAN. DONE AND ORDERED at Miami. Florida, this 1st day of May, A.D. IMS. E. B, LBATHERMAN, Clerk, fir. nil Curt, Dade County. Florida is. all By: K. M. I.YMAN. Deputy clerk :. ::-Hi-17-24 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY OFTEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name of PONO-SHA-NOONS CHINAUAMA at number 16SSI W. Dixie Hwy. in the City of North Miami Beach, Florida intends to register the sa.d name with the Clerk of the circuit Court of Dade County. Florida. Dated at Miami, Florida, this 8th day of May. IM3. CIIINARAMA. INC. By Alvln Olehak, President Robert E. Willner. Secy. Ti'. as. MYERS, HEIMAN. KAPLAN & C ATSMAN 1150 S.W. 1st Street Miami, Florida Kenneth M. Myers Attorney fot Applicant 5/10. 17. 24. SI IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY, No. 63C M IX>LLAi: SAVINGS BANK "I THE CITY OF NEW YORK, Plaintiff. \ s. ALFRED L. LASHER el ux Defendants. NOTICE OF SUIT TO: Al.l RED I. I ASHER 590 Boston Nick Road North Kings! Rhode Island v.. i are hereby notified thai the above captloned action has been Instituted .ig.tinsi you In the Clrculi Courl of the ELEVENTH .indicia, Clrculi of Florida in and for Dad. Count) to foreclose a mortgage upon the following described real property: l...t in. Mock 42, SCOTT LAKE MANOR SECTION SIN, according to the Plat thereof, recorded in Plat Book 85, Page 11 of the Public Records of Dade Count)', Florida You ar. required to file your answer to plaintiff's complaint with the i lerk Of the aforesaid Court, and serve a copv thereof upon plaintiff's attornev MAKIIN FINE, 11th Floor Dade Fed,nil Bldg., Miami :I2. Florida not later than May 27th. IMS, or u Decree Pro Confess.! will be entered against you. DATED: April 24. 196H. E. B. LEATHERMAN, Clerk. Circuit Court. Dade Count), Florida (seal) By: C. P. COPEI.A.ND Deputy Clerk MARTIN FINE Attorney for Plaintiff 14th Floor Dade Federal lildg. Miami 12. Florid., 5/S, 10. 17. 4 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 465, ARTHFR JASON ARONSON, Plaintiff. TB, LORRAINE ARONSON. Defendant. SUIT FOR DIVORCE TO: LORRAINE ARONSON .. Smith 44 Mcl.ellan Street lhirchester. Massachusetts You. LORRAINE ARONSON, are hereby notified that a Bill of Complaint for Divorce has been filed against you. and you are required to serve a copy of your Answer or Pleading to the Bill of Complaint on the Plaintiff's Attorney, OEOROR KASTENRAI'M. ESQ.. KA8TENRAUM, MAMP.Eit. OOPMAN & EPSTEIN One Lincoln Road Building, Mlnml Reach, Florida, and file the original Answer or Pleading In the office of the Clerk of the circuit curt on or before the 3rd day of June, ItBS. If you fail to do so, Judgment 6) default will be taken against you for the relief demanded 111 the Bill of Complaint. This notice shall be published once each we.k for four consecutive weeks in THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN. DONE AND ORDERED at Miami, Florida, this Nth day of April. A.D. IM3. i: r. LEATHERMAN, Clerk, ,i Court, I 'a.ic i 'oiiuii I'loi Ida (seal) Bs K M. i YUAN i leputv Clerk !E< II;I:I: K VSTENBAl'M Esq Kastenbaum, Mambi i I lopman ,\ Blisters Attorne) foi Plaintiff S 1-10-17-24 NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. No. 63C 4716 MARJORIE SI /ANNE REIS. Plaintiff. IRE11 W. REIS. Defendant. SUIT FOR DIVORCE TO: FRED W. REIS o o Btanle) Sirotln Au. df Mr. S. M. Leight.ui. c o Ted Wallace, 1171 N.W. ::ith Street. Miami. Florida, and the Household i loo,1s of Andres Mallorv. a k u Andrea Smit h. 1765 N.W. 16Sth Terrace, Miami. Florida, and that on the Ird day of June. 1M3, during the legal hours of sale, mainly between 11:06 forenoon and l:M in the afternoon, nt SIM N.W. 24th Avenue. Miami, Florida, the unaendsned shall offer for sale to the highest bidder for cash in hand the above described propert) of Mr. s. M. Lelghton. c/o TH, Wallace. ISM N.W. 34th Street, Miami, Florida; and Andrea M..Hoi i, a k a Andrea Smith, 2786 N.W. 168th Terrace. Miami, Florida. Dat. .1 ut Miami. Florida, this 1st day of May, ISO. ACE-R.B. VAN LINES, INC. 5 1-10 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that the undersigned, dc-iling to engage Ir. business under the fictitious name of PALMETTO FARMERS" MARKET at 7801 N.W. Il'.ril Stleet. Iliahah Oardens, Florida, intend to register said name with the clerk of the Circuit Court ,.t \'.i*\, CoUnt), Klorlda. LOCBET OF PI ORIDA, INC RICII-MII.I. l<\FLORIDA. INC. JAY-BET CORPOR VI'loN I'la'.a Center. Miami 18, I'loi Ida WALTMAN, COHEN s ROBERTS i .. ml i: IRVIN" I W VI.TMAN :. .:. 1". 17, 21



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    -v. 63, no. 20 (May 18, 1990).
    General Note:
    Editor: Fred K. Shochet, <1959>.
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    Description based on: Vol. 5, no. 47 (Nov. 25, 1932).

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    (Jewish Floridian
    Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and TOE HWISH WEEKLY
    Volume 36 Number 19
    Miami, Florida, Friday, May 10, 1963
    Two Sections Pr::e 21

    Mind/in in Israel
    Leo Mindlin, executive
    editor of The Jewish
    Floridian, is in Israel foi
    a four-week intensive
    coverage of the State.
    Mindlin boarded an El
    Al Jet last Sunday eve-
    ning for a lOVa hour
    non-stop flight to Lydda
    Airport. He was met by
    government officials and
    dignitaries who will be
    his hosts for the stay.
    His itinerary includes
    touring the entire coun
    try and interviewing ke^
    figures in every phase
    of government.
    Mindlin gained nation-
    al stature through his
    analytic and forthright
    approach to the wide range of subjects covered in his
    column "As I See It," in The Jewish Floridian and is well
    known for his other writings and as a platform speaker.
    Jewish Floridian readers can look forward to a series
    of informative and stimulating articles, interviews and col-
    umns by Leo Mindlin, the first of which appears in this
    issue on Page 4-A.
    'Prevent War' Gurion Says
    In Address to Parliament
    Sen. Javits
    Plea
    LEO MINDLIN
    . first hand covtruge
    UJA Opens Six-Week
    Emergency Fund Drive
    JERUSALEM(JTA)Prime Minister David Ben-Gurion, address-,
    ing the Israel Parliament on Monday on the Government's foreign pol-:
    icy, said that he believes that it is the intention of Col. Nasser, Egypt's
    ruler, to attack Israel. However, he pointed out that the position of the
    Jews in Israel is not like the position of the Jews under the Nazis, who
    found themselves utterly helpless.
    Israel's defense forces, he said,
    have the power to repulse any
    attack or aggression, whether it
    corns from one or the trio of
    Arab states which indicated in-
    terest last month in forming a
    W\\ tripartite United Arab Republic.
    * wW*y 1W** (act tnat {ne Arab armies have un-
    doubtedly progressed, and notwith-
    NEW YORK-(JTA)-Sen. Jacob s,,andin g"*'" reception of a
    K. Javits announced here that he s,ream Soviet arms and Ru-
    .... ,. o?- sian instructors, while German sci-
    WUI introduce into the Senate a Imjrovtog the training
    resolution calling on the United .___.f__, ,u___,
    States government to initiate nc- o/the Egyptian army and the qual-
    gotiations for a mutual defense of ite "****.
    treaty in the Middle East with the However." Mr. Ben-Gurion strcs-
    United Kingdom, France, Israel sed. "the only sure victory is pre-
    "and any Middle East state includ-1 vention of war. Israel's policy is
    ing the Arab states which would therefore directed toward this end
    be willing to hold the borders of its through constantly strengthening
    the deterrent power of its army
    and securing the moral and polit-
    ical suport of all the lorees in the
    world concerned, as we are, for
    NEW YORK (JTA) A six-
    eek nationwide emergency drive
    for the collection of S39.500.000 in
    ..-h was set in motion here this
    \eek by the national executive
    ommitttee of the United Jewish
    \ppeal following a report by one
    > its key members that "rescue
    nd relief requirements in Europe
    n.1 North Africa, and immigrant
    i settlement needs in Israel are
    'running the availability of
    9 Girls Drown
    In Tel Aviv
    I TEL AVIV (JTA Nine girls
    i the Agudat Israel Teachers
    - minary in Beer Yaahov were
    drowned last week on the Tel
    iv leubore when an entire
    lass from the school went swim-
    ming as part of a tour of Tel Aviv.
    The class, which was under the
    Continued on Page 10 A
    funds."
    The $39,500,000 cash was explain-
    ed by Israel D. Fink of Minneap-
    olis, National Cash Chairman of
    the UJA, and Rabbi Herbert A.
    Friedman of New York, the UJA's
    David P. Catsman, chairman
    of the Greater Miami Jewish
    Federation Cash Committee,
    upno receipt of a telegram form
    Mr. Fink statirg the especially
    difficult situation, called a meet-
    ing of the Federation Cash Com-
    mitttee which took placo at
    Federation Headquarters on Wed-
    nesday afternoon. May 8th.
    Mr. Catsman pledged that the
    Greater Miami Jewish Federa-
    tion would spring into action by
    calling upon the community to
    turn their 1963 pledges into cash,
    to help meet the urgent needs
    contained in Mr. Fink's report.
    executive vice chairman. Mr.
    Fink, who returned last week from
    Continued on Pago 5-A
    neighbors inviolate."
    In an address at the annual
    national dinner of the Union of
    Orthodox Jewish Congregations
    of America here, the New York
    Senator warned of "a mounting
    war threat in the Middle East"
    arising from the "declared in-
    tentions" of the United Arab Re-
    public "to liquidate Israel and
    to push the Israelis into the sea."
    The resolution. Sen. Javits said.
    would also express the sense of
    , Congress that the United States "re-
    | state al the very least, the declar-
    Continued on Page 12-A
    London News
    Office Bombed
    LONDON (JTA) A bomb,
    blast shattered the front office of
    the new building of the Jewish I
    Chronice recently as the week-
    ly newspaper was going to press.
    I Some 40 persons were in the build-
    | ing but no one was injured.
    Fireman, police and detectives)
    of the Special Branch rushed to
    the scene. The con-ensus was
    that the blast was a professional
    job. Police salvaged most of the
    metal fragments from the bomb
    container. The explosive, appar-
    ently, a time bomb, was left at
    the building entrance.
    Continued on Page 7-A
    Gaud Defends
    Aid to Egypt
    WASHINGTON -(JTA) William
    S. Gaud, Assistant Administrator
    of the U.S. Agency for Internation-
    al Development, in the Near East
    bureau, indicated this week in a
    CBS-TV interview that the State
    Department opposes an amend-
    ment, introduced in Congress by
    Rep. Seymour llalpern, New York
    Republican, to sever aid to Egypt.
    The Halpe-n amendment would
    terminate aid because of Egypt's
    Continued on Page 11-A
    Ogden Reid
    Urges U.S.
    Stand Firm
    WASHINGTON(JTA)-Rep. .
    den Iteid. New York Republic
    who iornierly served as American
    Ambassador to Israel. introdu<
    a resolution Monday in the Ho
    of Representatives urging the Pres-
    ident to reaffirm American inter-
    est in Middle Eastern peace. ;
    to "declare the intention of the
    United States government Up n
    the request of any state In the
    area which considers itself thiv. '
    ened immediately to lake act:
    both within and outside the I'nr
    Nations, to prevent such violation
    and to preserve the peace and
    bility of the area."
    Rep. Rcid's proposed resoiut
    would urge the President "to
    iterate the unalterable oppositi
    :>f the United states government
    to use oi force or the threat
    force among any of the statc>
    that area, lor the purpose of
    lating or altering frontiers or ai
    istice lines, or for any other |
    pose which would threaten
    peace and stability of the area.
    Myer Feldman, Deputy Sp!
    cial Counsel to President Ken-
    nedy told a conference of tt-e
    American Israel Public Affairs
    Committee that the United States
    was committed to the integrity
    of Israel and did not intend "to
    sit on the sidelines if there is any
    threat."
    Mr. Feldman cited the Amen
    supply of Hawk anti-aircraft i --
    Continued on Pane 2A
    Israel Bond Holders
    Redeeming 1st Issue
    NEW YORK (JTA1 Econ-
    omic aid to Israel becomes a two-
    way highway as the State of Is-
    rael began the payment of S24.-
    Resettlement Only Solution for Cuban Refugees
    ___?___. riw.,1
    John F. Thomas, director of the j
    Cuban Refugee Program of the
    IS. Department of Health, Edu-
    cation and Welfare, told members
    of the board of Directors attend-
    ing the annual meeting of the New
    York Association for New Ameri-
    cans, that the best solution for the
    Cuban refugee is to move f>im
    way from Miami to a commun-
    ity which "will help him put to;
    use the skills, knowledge and en
    ergy which are his proudest pos-
    sessions."
    The dinner meeting, held May
    2. also heard a report on the
    agency's activities during 1962,
    when 5.775 Jewish refugees were
    resettled in the city, including
    1.700 from Cuba. NYANA is a
    beneficiary agency of the I nited
    Jewish Apcpal.
    Mr. Thomas stated that he
    had worked on refugee pro-
    grams ir Europe for the last 18
    years, he said that many coun-
    tries in Europe, and even single
    communities, had given asylum
    to far more refugees than have
    have come into this country
    from Cuba.
    "These countries have not had
    the wealth or the welfare mach-
    inery that is available to the Unit-
    ed States. But they have accept-
    ed and helped refugees in the
    same manner as did the people of
    Florida during the early days of
    the Cuban crisis. Now that the
    overflow of refugees from Miami
    to other parts of the nation is far
    outnumbering the influx, some
    people are beginning to find all
    sorts of exaggerated reasons for
    destructive criticism and com
    plaints about the refugees."
    Mr. Thomas stated that "emo-
    tions and political considerations
    must be kept out of the Cuban
    refugee program."
    The only policy which the Fed
    eral Government can follow, he-
    said, is to call upon citizens
    throughout the nation to redouble
    Continued on Page 6-A
    .ioo.ooo to American Investors in
    it! first Israel bonds maturing in
    liiG3. Twelve-year savings bonds
    bought i" 1951 are being redeem-
    ed on the basis of one hundred
    and fifty cents on the dollar.
    At a ceremony marking the
    start of the redemption of the
    first bonds of the State of Israel
    to be scld in the United States,
    Israel Ambassador Avraham
    Herman said that "the people
    of Israel welcome the first day
    of the redemption of Israel bonds
    as a historic date in its calen-
    dar of prejress." Leaders of tho
    Israel Bond Organization joined
    c''icials of the State of Israel at
    the Redemption Reception at tho
    Israel Consulate.
    Describing the redemption pro-
    cedures. Dr. Joseph Schwartz,
    Continued on Pago 3-A
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    Israel Bond Holders
    Redeeming 1st Issue
    [Left to right at a rehearsal for the production of 'Tederation
    IColoring Book" to be presented at the Federation Annual
    [Meeting are Gerald Falick, Mrs. Milton Weinkle, Mrs. Rocky
    |Pomerance, Mrs. Leon Kaplan, wife of the chairman of the
    annual meeting; Al Libert, Bernard Hamersmith, Millie Drazier
    t the piano and Trixie Levin, who wrote the play. Others in
    fne casi not shown are Mrs. Stanley Arkin, Mrs. Tommy Ger-
    Inrd and Jimmy Rosenstrauch.
    Invitations Issued for Federation's
    !5th Anniversary Annual Meeting
    Continued from P?-e 1-A
    vice-president said that the Treas-
    ury of Israel had turned over In
    the Chase Manhattan Bank the
    sum of $4,199,175 to cover the pay-
    ments on alt bonds maturing dur
    tntf the first month' of redemption.
    Each month the amount of prin-
    cipal and interest due to holders
    ol maturing bonds will be paid to
    the Chase which is the paying
    agent for Israel together with the
    Continental Illinois National Bank
    and Trust Company of Chicago and
    the Bank of America National
    Trust and Savings Association in
    San Francisco.
    Dr. Schwartz stated that Israel
    Itond sales in the United States
    (forirg 1951 totalled S52.647.000 of
    which approximately 59 percent
    was in Coupon Bonds and 41 per-
    cent in Savings Bonds. Some $5,-
    000.000 worth of the Savings Bonds
    have since been retired prior to
    maturity through conversion into
    shares in Israel industries, tourist
    j expenses in Israel, gifts to philan-
    , thropic institutions, and through
    . payment to the estates of deceas-
    ed registered owner?. The re-
    maining Savings Bonds, more
    nan S16.C00.000 will be paid out at
    150 percenl, or about $24,500,000
    this year. The Coupon Bonds of
    the Independence Issue will not
    mature until 1961).
    Invitations for the Greater Mi-1
    .. Jewish Federation's 25th An-
    ersary Annual Meeting on Sun-
    ny, May 26, at the Deauvillr Ho
    have gone out to the commun-
    An exciting program is being
    I.mned to make the 25th Anniver
    |ary celebration, co-sponsored by
    local Federation agencies, a
    host memorable meeting, it was
    tunounced by Leon Kaplan, chair-
    lian of the annual meeting com-
    pittee.
    Mr. Kaplan said that the An-
    nual Meeting honoring the Silver
    Anniversary of Federation is be-
    ing conducted in close associa-
    tion with the 25th Anniversary
    fommittee, headed by Mrs. Stan-
    y C. Myers.
    Committee chairmen for the
    rent are the following: Mrs.
    Charles P. Feinberg. arrange-
    ments; Mrs. Sidney If. Schwartz,
    attendance; Mrs. Aaron Farr. hos-
    tesses; Dr. Joseph EL Narot. pro-
    gram; Fred K. Shochct. publicity.
    A. Budd Cutler, president of the
    Greater Miami Jewish Community
    Center, and Mrs. Burton B. Gold-
    stein, president of the Jewish Fam-
    ily and Children's Service, are
    heading the agency meeting ar-
    rangements committee.
    "Federation Coloring Book," a
    musical written by Trixie Levin,
    will tell the Federation story and
    mat of its agencies in song and
    verse.
    Among the highlights of the show
    will be the Founder's Meeting in
    1988 at the home of Sam Blank; a
    solo by Mrs. Stanley Weinkle dedi-
    cated at the Home for the Aged
    dedication; and a performance of
    a Community Center number by
    Sandi. Mark and Shiran Goldring,
    Olivia Levin and Kenny l'omer-
    ance.
    Lewis Weinstein of Boston, prom-
    inent in National Jewish Feder-
    ation activities, will he the guest
    speaker.
    Reservations and Information re
    gardtng the 25th Anniversary An-
    nual Meeting may be obtained by
    calling Federation headquarters.
    Past Presidents Meet
    A luncheon of the American Le-
    gion past presidents will be held
    Monday, noon, in the Charlemagne
    room at the Deauville Hotel.
    Rabbi Lipschitz
    Leads JNF Group
    Rabbi Max A. Lipschitz, of
    Beth Torah Congregation, has been
    selected by the. local Jewish Na-
    tional Fund to represent the Jew-
    ish Clergy at a JNF national con-
    ference for young leaders at the
    Summit Hotel in New York City
    on May 10. 11 and 12.
    Discussions concerning Jewish
    life in Israel and, the relation-
    ship of the Jewish National
    Fund, with its current tasks and
    its goals for the "Conquest of
    the Negev" will take place.
    Leaders from the United States
    and Israel will guide the discus-
    sion with emphasis on the task
    i facing JNF"s young leaders and
    their future role in the movement.
    Additional representatives from
    Hade and Broward counties in-
    cluded Stanley Caidin. Dr. Al Col-
    in, Abraham Grunhut, Paul Kwit-
    ney and Ribbi Samuel Mendelo-
    witz.
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    May 10. 1963
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    North Miami Temples Plan Merger
    Two North Miami synagogues have announced plans to merge "to
    expanded and newly organiz
    synagogue which will probably
    tain the earlier name of Yehut1 I
    Moshe.
    Rabbi Simon April will serve ?
    unify leadership and streamline operating costs."
    Henry Gilbert, president of Yehudah Moshe Congregation at 13630
    W. Dixie Highway, announced this week that his group and Beth Emeth
    Congregation, 12250 NW 2nd Ave., a neighboring synagogue, would
    combine both their memberships..
    A total of 250 families are involv- which opened its doors in 1949.
    ed in the unprecedented move, ac-> Under present plans, more than spiriual leader of the merged
    cording to Gilbert. 500 persons will be served by the groups until full plans are iinalizt .
    "This is probably the first --------------- ,-------.-----------------------------
    time in the history of Conserva-
    tive synagogues in South Florida
    that such a union has taken
    place," said Gilbert.
    The Holy Prayer Book, symbolizing brotherhood of man, is the
    bond uniting these leaders of two synagogues whose mem-
    berships merged this week. Shown at ceremonies were (left
    to right) Henry Gilbert, president of Yehudah Moshe Congre-
    gation; Bud Breitbart, vice president and Merle Michaels, pres-
    ident of Beth Emeth Congregation; and Max Polis, acting
    chairman of the board of Yehudah Moshe.
    UJA Opens Six-Week
    Emergency Fund Drive
    Continued from P*.ie 1-A
    two-week scries of consultations
    I; ml personal survey in Europe and
    Israel, told the executive commit-
    llte that "the reduction in the dol-
    llars available is threatening an
    (immediate slowdown and possible
    [cessation of aid programs involv-
    ling vast numbers of the 575,000
    ] needy, distressed and refugee
    Uus now on our rolls in Israel,
    [ France. Morocco. Tunisia. Algeria,
    [Iran and other countries."
    He reported "an especially dif
    licult situation in Israel" which he
    -aid was resulting from an ex-
    tended period of high immigra-
    tion, and of the giant needs in ah-
    nrpirtm, housing, water and soc-
    al service- which this record im-
    migration is producing. Mr. Fink's
    report also singled out France as
    CQUjjer of acute and worsening
    \w-h need." He emphasized
    that "5,000 families made up of
    close to 20,000 men, women and
    children who entered metropoli-
    tan France last spring and sum-
    mer as refugees from Algeria and
    who have been subsisting on
    French Government aid supple-
    mented by the French and Ameri-
    can Jewish communities face the
    prospect of losing government
    assistance beginning July 1. On
    that day they will turn to the
    Joint Distribution Committee and
    French Jewish bodies, and these
    overburdened organizations simply
    haven't got the funds!"
    Mr. Fink stressed that French
    Government aid to the Algerian
    refugees was legislated for "one
    year," and added: "The year is
    now running out for Jews and non-
    Jews alike, and what makes the
    situation particularly urgent is
    that we don't have the financial
    it sources in hand to cope with the
    : relief needs that will begin nmlti-
    i jiving astronomically just two
    I short months from now."
    Rising costs of building main-
    tenance, administration and sep-
    arate educational staffs were some
    of the considerations leading to
    the plan.
    President Merle Michaels and
    vice president Bud Breitbart of
    Beh Emetth met with Gilbert,
    Max Polis, acting chairman of the
    board of Yehudah Moshe and oth-
    er community leaders to set a date
    for election of officers, and work-
    ing out of additional by-laws.
    "By combining, we may be
    able to reduce costs of educa-
    tional programs, reach more
    youth, and expand our cultural
    activities," the office said.
    Beth Emeth was established in
    1954, following Yehudah Moshe,
    Louis Segal, National Farband Executive,
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    During the celebration of the
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    Chapter, new group of Mizrachi
    Women's Organization of America
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    Heading the slate of officers,
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    on April, financial secretary; and
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    Page 7-A
    iurion Says:
    revent War'
    Continued from P?->e 1-A
    maintenance of peace in the
    pa." The Premier added that he
    eves that peace will come when
    r neighbors will realise their
    and thai .1 will be ihe kind
    ro from wh'.ch the Middle
    -\ and the entire world will
    !
    Recalling Israel's cor.firued
    i vice efforts since the state was
    !-tab!ished, the Premier noted
    hat all the attempts 'have been
    let with Arab hostility and with
    'oclamations of the inte.iiion to
    estroy Israel."
    lie referred to la.-t month's Cairo
    I : otineement about the tii-power
    el for forming a new Arab Ked-
    Ition which said specifically that
    , Federation's arms include a
    ilitary alliance to ir.sure the lib-
    r.uion of Palestine/'
    This is the first time.'" he said.
    |that annihilation ot Israel was set
    nil as the clear aim of a unified
    rab military command."
    I he Prime Minister sharply crit-
    ized Britain's Lord Privy Seal,
    ward Heath, who ia.-i week told
    ' House of Commons in London:
    KVe have no reason to assume
    Jut the Arabs contemplate an at-
    (ck against Israel." "It is ineon-
    ivable," said the Prime Minister.
    Ithat Mr. Heath did not read the
    'ins of the treaty between Egypt.
    aq and Syria. Does he not be
    Mi' this political declaration of
    Egyptian President and the
    i'li'.scntatives of the Iraqi and
    |\:ian governments? I doubt if
    any British subjects who are
    niuerned with world peace will
    ^Ii-ntify themselves with the Lord
    frivy Seal's statement."
    Mr. Ben-Gurion listed Israel's
    Jiievements during the last 15
    rars, despite being "under siege,
    U'ighed down by heavy security
    urdem." In the face of such bur-
    lens, he noted. Israel succeeded in
    -living many of its problems in
    pioneering spirit." also finding
    |h<' ability to assist new and devd-
    |l tng countries in Asia, Africa,
    ,;.nn America and the Mediter-
    knean basin.
    Sen. Wayne Morse Accepts Invitation;
    Highlight of Aronovitz Bond Dinner
    S" Wi he Horse, n longtime
    liend of the State of Israel in
    Vash'ngton, will head a list of dis-
    i 11 citizens who will join
    n a trib its to Miami City Com-
    I Sidnej If. Aronovitz at
    be Co .'re :ation Beth David Din-
    icr .if Ti ite Sunda;. May 18,
    n Spei or I'.all of the co igregaUon.
    l."is Sternshein, consrregation
    ire lenl and chairman of the mnounced Wednesday that
    ' Will come to Miami BS
    (ue i speaker al the dinner. io be
    leld on I.'half of State of Israel
    Bonds and "as a tribute to the State
    of Israel's 15th anniversary.
    Aronovitz, a former president
    of Beth David, will be honored
    for his service to "the faith of
    Israel, the people of Israel and
    the land of Israel."
    Mrs. Louis Seitlin. chairman of
    the committee of hosts, reported
    at a breakfast meeting Tuesday
    morning that reservations for the
    dinner were coming in at a rapid
    rfcte, and that indications were the
    .linner would be one of the most
    successful events ever undertaken
    by the congregation.
    Sen. Morse has been heard in
    the Halls of Congress and on lec-
    ture platforms and throughout the
    nation on behalf of many worthy
    causes. He has been identified as
    a friend of Israel even before the
    state achieved independence, and
    has been an outspoken supporter
    since the state's establishment.
    Heading the committee for the
    dinner arc Rabbi Norman N. Sha
    piro, honorary chairman: Lewis
    Sternshein. chairman; Max Silver.
    co chairman, and Mis. Louis Seit-
    lin. chairman ol the committee of
    hosts. Serving with them are lead
    big members of the congregation.
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    USY Youth Weekend
    A "Critique" on Ihe United Syn-
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    Beth David .ind attended by over
    100 delegates, will be given at a
    meeting of the Youth Commission
    on Thursday evening, May 16. Ed
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    i as raaef* tfcb :
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    i-i-si-ir. ia the .. *- ahead *
    a* eiersoo of" vigorous, iade-
    iniaaaaf aad anefiaceat gc
    iimtt officers ~
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    yrv and eraOVae a# *a
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    Sc^mJ. Rxkard was Ihe ut*
    tl*rne-y-a-4aw *e apin an of-
    Ac* far :-:-:* an fSe beac*
    side a* *< cavseway. Me *
    iipirlij C--Y J*de* tt 9
    f 29. a awsitian fnatn which ha
    rws-9ned ta anliw *he U.S-
    Htry, m wfeich ha *e-*ed with
    rffioal lannnenditiWH as aen-
    ral line **&c*r ar wa and a
    ha* rears. If want** overseas.
    As mumta Richard says he
    -foeght team high school or.
    bbbj Beach. wea Lav nau to
    isaraatee pabhc beaches, hroasnt
    iUilaaa.il nbrary faeabties doeer
    to j t ifl ami foaght ux anqunics
    rtie keeper* the crjj ux buH-
    .-.: leader o: Temple 3eth 2 .
    lorn, will review the current Buxajaaqt ha ft. HOB :or AH
    Season." by Roter Bolt, on Wednesday evenirjc. Mcv 15
    in e Terr.'.e And torium. Lookdng on are left to nqht Leor.
    Unger and James Knoplce. diaciisaing the dramatic readings
    from the play, which members of the Temple Thespums will
    reed. Unger is director, and Knopke, chairman oi the Temple
    Thesnians' -- the last in a series of five bock reviews
    which Rani: -l-cr.-sr. .".as presented under the auspices of the "
    Sisterhood of Terr.pie Beth Sholcm. _____________________
    USY Dance Festival Beach Auditorium
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    Wai bis wife, iaaet. aad their
    two seas. Barry aad Ratty. Rich-
    ard Irres at 3**cayre
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    Jewish People"; Da.'.ces the
    Vorld Over' will be the theme of
    the first anmul rugogue
    Yooth I it dance fe*-
    j* bead Sunday c -
    19. at the Beach
    h^h School Auditorium.
    Ctose to i young peopli
    costume, under i
    -g RotxaD. Isre. foBt dar.ee
    instructor, will perfonr.
    ir.d those learned
    he Jewish people m European
    aad near-Eaati
    a aatctal peript ill be i
    ed by R of "Tern
    i ri of
    The Seethe." Re;
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    >stiTaI are fror
    Beth David Teaapk El
    Dade H
    boa. Beth Torah Cocgreiatioo,
    TesKpte Beth Sholem. Hollywood
    and Temple Sinai. Hollywood
    Co-ordicator of the fest.
    Rabbi Allen Rutcbik
    Southeast Region Cm-ed Syna
    rae Youth Tickets may bv n
    ed at the door the Bight o;
    the performance or frc
    Kutchik. a: KwS '*\ St.
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    Cooper of Temple
    -ent Hebrew son:
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    youth Service lre*Jricf
    youth service aad break-
    -. Suriay aoraiag. W a.m..
    .: Temp* Emaao-El aril hi held
    ..edlan-i Chapel and StrkJo
    Hall. Paren*> are invitei to at
    lend the special Horor Thy Fath
    I: ar^ Hathai breaki*t

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    . .. incomparable facilities
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    Friday. May IG. 1963
    JVS Joins Annual Meeting-Installation
    Wiffr Federation Anniversary Event
    *J**l*t>nar*0aun
    Page 9-A
    .lewis
    bencfici.
    Jewish
    metii
    Jewi-r
    Lloyd
    minimal
    Vocational Service, a
    y ol the Greater Miami
    .deration, held its annual
    al the Greater Miami
    tdirati.in last week.
    Rutfcfn, chairman. JVS
    ig and membership com-
    Betl Am to Honor
    Family Service Exec
    Leon Fisher, director of the
    Jewish Family and children's Ser-
    vice, will distu-. -The Dilemma
    of Discipline" on Monday. 8 p.m.,
    in the adult education room of
    Temple Beth Am.
    First in a two-part series spon-
    sored by the Temple education
    committee for parents of teen-
    nicrs, Fisher's theme on the fol-
    lowing Monday evening. May 20,
    will be Ticket for Tomorrow."
    New officers o: Temple Beth Am
    ltrothernood. elected at a recent
    meetin; are:
    Max Raalcin, >-t-ldnt; exmmUv*
    \\,;- preftfdfM, i.-. Datberx: mcoiiiI '
    \..-.. |lr..-,i, m. B. n Cleln; third i Ice
    ... lden> l>. > n|,, vt'elllns; cor- ,
    " -;' aii a -..:.., uicha< i Bch if.
    ' f '*''' 'I *' tan. Arthur Ja..... !
    >'' ti -in. i. Robert Wi.lk
    ard < din t. re; l-1..I Bhtolri*,
    '.....rtu n salkori Vrthur l.v..n>. run
    [ink*, > : Hchn /.. deome Matin,
    *> -' R"lx (tai'vett, Kormnn
    ' I ward F! h a and Htanlt-t
    i; M.. i.
    Beth -.in Brotherhood maintains
    a bipod hank for members of the
    Temple, Children and parent* and
    has received a certificate for un-
    tiring elforts in behalf of the lit.
    Sinai blood bank.
    mi I tee. presented the following of-
    ficer*, elected by the board of di-
    rectors: Mrs. Charles P. Feinberg.
    president; Herbert P. Blumberg
    Charles Hertzoif. Sam Luby, Jr.'
    and Mrs. Gerald P. Soltz vice
    presidents; Meyer A. Baskin, sec-
    retary; and Stuart Rothchilj.
    treasurer. Sam J. Heiman, for-
    mer president of the Greater Mi
    ami Jewish Federation, was elect
    ed honorary president.
    Board members: Ronald L. Al-
    bert, Sanford Bacon, Richard I.
    Brickman, Dr. Edward J. Fox, An-
    (hew A. (idler. Dr. Arthur I. Gil
    Kit. Sanford Levkoff, Dr. Robert
    S. Liebeskind. Norton Pallot, Ron-
    aid S. Pallot, Herbert P. Blum-
    beg, Sidney Efronson, Jerome G.
    Greene. Maurice H. Hyman, Al-
    bert Quadow. and Mrs. Sam Stark.
    Board members whose terms
    expire in 1965 are: Mrs. Meyer A.
    Baskin. Clemen J. Ehrlich, Mrs.
    Charles p. Feinberg, Sam J. Hei-'
    man, Albert J. Hirseh, Dr. Alan;
    Jackson. In in W. Katz, Martin 8.1
    Lodge. Stuart Rothehild. Lloyd L.I
    Ruskin. and Saul A. Schulman.
    Board members for three-year
    terms: Barney Bernstein, Mar
    shall S. Harris, Charles Hertzoff.
    Mrs. Sidney Lewis, Sam Luby, Jr..
    Joseph Nadler. Mrs. Gerald P.
    Soltz. Sam Stark, and Arthur L.
    Willner.
    Annual Installation of officers
    and board v.ill take place at the
    Seville Hotel on May 26, in con-
    junction with the Greater Miami
    Jewish Federation's 25th anniver-
    sary.
    Installation dinner and dance of Temple Adath
    Yeshurun Sisterhood and Men's Club will be
    held Saturday night, June 8, in the newly-
    completed sanctuary. Seated (left to right) are
    Joseph Liedman, newly-elected president; Rab-
    bi Jonah E. Caplan, spiritual leader of the
    Temple; retiring president, Charles Rosen-
    berg; Norman Goldstein, vice president. Stand-
    ing (left to right) are William Mars, secretary;
    William Alter; Samuel Ratner; George Green-
    berg; Jacob Schoenfeld; William Platt; Wil-
    liam Gerstein; Al Kessler, chairman of the
    board; Mrs. Daniel Bimberg, treasurer; Martin
    Beloff; Charles Smook, vice president; Joseph
    Gersten; Mac Kulick; Martin Knobel; Samuel
    Rubenstein, and Bernard Levy, financial sec-
    retary.
    Youth Group Plans Meeting
    Over 100 teen-agers will gather ,
    for the National Conference of!
    Synagogue Youth conclave to be
    held at Beth Israel Congregation
    Friday through Sunday.
    Theme of the weekend will be
    "The Sanctity of the Land of Is-
    rael."
    Sholom Strajcher. president of
    the Miami Region, announces that
    plans are being made for organ-
    izing new chapters of the group.
    Program for the conference will
    include Israeli singing and danc-
    ing, debates, and Torah study
    groups.
    Brotherhood Spring Dance
    Temple Zamora Brotherhood
    will sponsor a gala spring danca
    : on Saturday evening at the Tem-
    ple social hall, with funds realized,
    marked for the Temple's Religious.
    '. School scholarship program.
    Committee chairman is Irving
    Simons.
    The Specialty
    of the Seville is
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    Miami Beach 3'nai B'rith Lodge launches a
    B'nai B'rith Forest Section in "Me Ami." Israel,
    on the occasion of the joint B'nai B'rith JNF
    Night in honor of Gershon and Jeanette Miller
    held recently at the Fontainebleau Hotel. Left
    to right are Rabbi Mayer Abramowitz, pres-
    ident of the fewish National Fund Southeast
    Region; Zev '.'.'. Kogan, local attorney, JNF
    leader and v::e president-elect of the Miami
    Beach B'nai B'rith Lodge; Samuel Weiner,
    president cf Miami Beach B'nai B'rith Lodge;
    Ezra Finegold, president of Brandeis Zionist
    District and JNF organizational chairman, and
    Gershon and Jeanette Miller, guests of honor.
    Miller, local attorney .and past president of
    Miami Beach B'nai B'rith Lodge, has served
    as chairman of the B'nai B'rith Luncheon Club
    for the past 14 years. Extreme right is Irving
    Schatzman, past president of Miami Beach
    B'nai B'rith Lodge, and president of Temple
    Emanu-El 49ers.
    I'lease Call
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    Carrying on our community's
    traditional hospitality.
    Welcome Wagon Calls
    are made when your
    family celebrates a
    sixteenth birthday,
    announces an
    engagement or
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    a new baby,
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    Judge Her-ry E'.'.er.boger. extreme ".e/ pwridM
    al Mm InstaDatian of officers cf the faaaricaB
    F.'.er.ds of the Hebrew University at the AI-
    r:ers Hotel o: prorr.iner.t M ami ens lac* 5
    Popick second frorr. left preside-: : : : r
    PifV-". v:e pres;der.t: Leo P.obmso-. secretary

    9 Girls Drown
    In Tel Aviv
    Continued from Page 1-A
    supervision of an instructor from
    the schc- an isolated por-
    Of the beach where the water
    i particularly deep and surround-
    ed b> rocks because the ultra-
    up did not want to
    be in sight of male bath-
    The tragedy began wlen one
    of the girlt found the water
    deeper than he expected and
    b3an calling for help. Some 20
    other girl* rvrshed to her aid and
    nine were drowned when heavy
    waves dashed them against the
    rocks. Eight bodies have been
    recovered and a ninth girl is
    missing and presumed drowned.
    t outer members of the suim-
    wmg party were rescued by per-
    s rad of the nearby Sheraton
    H-:ei and were taken to the hos-
    pitai for treatment. Four of the
    .rls ire still on the critical Ust
    bet it is hoped they will recover
    Best Wishes to the
    STATE OF ISRAEL
    on its 15th Anniversary
    Don't Moan Phone
    HI 3-4793
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    We Salute Israel
    On ls Anniversary
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    Pump Sefes one Service
    low* Sprinklers Well Drilling
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    Aaron Fan Seeks Beach Council Seat
    A newcomer to the poi.
    scene. Aaron Farr. a lonaume
    resident of Dad* County, has toss-
    ed his hat irto the Miami Beach
    :. | DM -.-.r.ers here
    - -.-
    An ardent MjM Beat* bart-
    er. Farr :* co-0tr ;: ?*~
    Tobts. witb offices and associate
    s tliiiBfbnnt tbe world.
    HNT S
    AAtON rAlt
    He holds
    board of governors of M. i r Seaeh
    Chamber of Coauaexee. AmMm-
    lum and CoBwejroec Hi ai ssc*"?
    board. Board of
    loo, Miami Bea Ki-anis
    tan Brother-
    hood Tempt? Beth Sbotoaa. B'aai
    BTita. Jewish War Veterans.
    Amenta" LefiOB. Aasenean Jew-
    Mi Committee. Zionist Orgaatxa
    ttoc of Amenta. Greater Miami
    Jt*i-h Pedentio* American So-
    ciety of Travel Agents and the
    Ajjnmnr.i group of the University of
    Hri.
    Aaron's wife. Myra. is equally
    well-known for her outstanding
    euntributions ot Miami Beach com-
    munity life. Their son. Harvey.
    was just this week separated from
    Uncle Sam's Air Force.
    Farr is confident that be can.
    if elected to the City Council,
    "aet much-needed doUars rolling
    into our beautiful city
    1- - ~ ;
    en *s '. 5-f- :sry
    EDWARD C. MAY
    Organist
    .'.eoo-Ci Bar .V.>zvahs
    93 NE 82nd Street
    PL 9-3685
    We srael on its
    15*" AnnrVsraai
    RANGE
    FUNERAL HOME
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    Herbert Klein
    Wins Scholarship
    Herbert Alan Klein. 21-year-old
    f.-shion design student at Miami
    Dade Junior College, has been
    ed by the Fashion Group of
    V:mi as vtaMf of its annual
    scholarship award
    Only man in the advanced fash-
    ion design class at the Junior Col-
    lege. Klein plans to use the S300
    award to attend the Fashion In-
    stitute of Technology in New York
    after completion of his courses
    here in June.
    Four of the young designer's
    original styles will be shown at
    the M-DJC fashion show at Bur
    dines on May 23.
    Son of Rabbi and Mrs. David
    K>in. 17310 NE 10th Ct.. No. Mi-
    arm Beach. Kleir. :s s 1960 grad
    uate of North Miami Senior High
    , He was runner-up last year for the
    Fashion Group award.
    Aonther Miami Dade Junior Col-
    lege student, freshman Jeanne
    Sheridan Bush. 1744 5H 2r.d Ave..
    ; was this year's runner-up
    IT IS W.TH PLEASURE WE EXTEND BEST WISHES
    TO THE
    STATE OF ISRAEL ON ITS 15th ANNIVERSARY
    FROM
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    Hospital 1963. Linda Mcndei-
    stam. proves that careers and
    beauty can go hand in hand
    during National Hospital
    Week. May 12 to 18. Linda.
    18. \s c senior at North Mean:
    Senior High and hopes to
    pursue a career in the med-
    ical held. Her talent is sing-
    ing opera and she has had
    speci-1 ::~L-.:rc :.-. cpera and
    musical comedy, xkh ye
    she was a rcr.:-"s:".: in the
    NLss Miami beauty contest
    end clco runner-up in the
    Miss North M:ccni beauty
    pageant Linda :s the daugh-
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    lliimtemmll, 12911 Auialia
    Rd. Kevstone Point
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    ON ITS 15th ANNIVERSARY
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    Happy 15th Anniversary
    to the State of Israel
    Herbert F. Beckman
    Portrait Studio
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    1699 N.E. 123rd Street
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    on i's 15'h Anniversary
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    One of the important Professional Divisions,
    the Dentist Division, of Combined Jewish Ap-
    peal, under the chairmanship of Dr. Richard
    Deutch, held a tournament and brunch at
    Westview Country Club, on Sunday, May 5.
    Twenty-five dentists attended this Federation
    event and joined in the support of the Silver
    Anniversary year campaign. Co-chairmen of
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    Page 13-A
    GEMS OF WISDOM
    Music washes aivay from the soul
    fhe dn'! of everyday. aurbach.
    * *
    Go"C urn of If Mufti-* ct lilie tkwMtn
    vho sh^t thetr eyes in order not I
    io be ::en. boerm
    *
    Thr.re is no man who does not I
    lotf liberty; but the just demands
    ft jor a;'., the unjust only for him-
    elf. BOERNE. h
    *
    / hole, a jail more roomy than
    could hf the whole world, if I were
    sub"..: to repression.
    GOMPKKv
    Sn OL IQeatm Of JHi
    icxmi 9
    r^eligious e r v it e M'
    VliUW/e*e7
    - Life Will be Brighter
    By RABBI SAMUEL APRIL
    Tempi* Or Olom
    ihwhm i] "TOHmNMManaHnManNMMwuimiiiiu.miiat.
    L-ohijiv.^i/iV/i-.-
    Tempi* Or Olom
    fhe Cral Way Jewish Center.
    i as Temple Or Olom.
    b orf..nizc'd seven years ago by
    nt rr>f:i vho felt the need for a
    Jgio.- cultural institution in
    jfhwt.'l I)ade County. Since
    It the congregation has
    M to a 400 family member-
    |p a multi-purpose facility
    |87 iuc and Southwest ICth
    VI \.
    fn Jerry Himmelfarb an-
    ii<<- I ..i "our future is bright
    U lei u~ plan now for erec-
    lional classrooms and
    ; uary in the near fii-
    congregation, now to
    |knon as Temple Or Olom. is
    or- enl member of the Unit-
    Synagogue of America, the Na
    a! Organization of Conservative
    jngations. With a modern
    ii i .; philosophy of Judaism.
    [S>: -,ogue has a daily Minyon.
    ning and night, late Friday
    It, S.-obath and Festival ser-
    Be, and adult education insti-
    We have five youth groups
    |OLi own director, Mr. Marvin |
    lint Our Sisterhood has re-j
    cently .:ili..ted with the Women's,
    fittgix ,'incl enjoys ;in enviable
    put. Its new president is
    H William Seidman. Men's
    fi> cirers various athletic, cul-
    ^1. ."irial. civic and boy Scout
    activities. And this year, i
    Sior.n, Prexy, says that we'll'
    vt-. more emphasis placed on
    matters.
    hr }'re School is proud of its
    11 r,t record and is the larg-
    . y Synagogue school of its
    ami.
    tic spiritual leader of the Con-;
    Ition is Rabbi Samuel April,:
    (has completed his fifth year;
    er.ee to the Congregation.1
    (succeeded Rabbi Benjamin
    who followed Rabbis Jonah
    and Max Shapiro. Our
    r l hazan Gerson Levin has
    with the Synagogue for al-'
    ti.ree years, directing its
    and musical activities.
    Ir the phenomenal growth of
    |tv sh population in this area,
    Way Jewish CenterTem-
    r Olom anticipates a cor-
    ding growth of its Syna-;
    affiliation. With the en-
    Hrr. of the new administra-
    te feel certain that we shall
    the challenge of our poten-
    rospects."
    Are you thinking less and en-
    joying it more?
    No one can deny the true wis-
    dom of Ecclesiastes that startling-
    ly informs us, "For in much wis-
    . dom is much grief: and he that
    increaseth knowledge increaseth
    sorrow." Yet man inescapably
    seeks wisdom; he can not stop
    thinking any more than he can
    stop breathing. He must think and
    he must suffer anguishin spite
    of himself.
    Paradoxically, man "thinks"
    because he is a rational being; he
    does not reverse the process be-
    cause he is an emotional human.
    There is no human, who is beyond
    all emotion, or else there is a con-
    tradiction in termsthe person has
    lost his humanity,
    This week's Scriptural text
    speaks of priestly ordinances, rit-
    ual conduct, mural action, social
    justice and festival law- Judaism is a rational ritual faith. It ap
    "c ::l- In the emotion- as well as to the highest intellect of man. The
    world is drawing close? to the Jcui-h value concept of religion every
    iei moment of this Space Age. The nations, divided, undecided, await
    the modern message of Israels pru-i and prophet.
    In state, as man) do. that Leviticus i- only this or merely that
    while it contains the sublime 'holiness code" and "second decalogue"
    i- to attempt to reverse the process of man's thinking and progn
    To separate man's ethical and moral action from ritual and emotional
    behavior is as unwise as treating a man's body as distinct from his
    mind. The saijes of thg^'aiiiiud recognized the psychosomatic, or total
    therapy approach towards treating the whole man 2.000 years before
    our scientist psychologists.
    Let us think more of our faith and enjoy more of our life! Amen.
    Information to be included in the Religious Services column
    must be in the News Room of The Jewish Floridian not later
    than Friday, a.m., preceding the week of publication. All re-
    leases received after that time will be relumed as prooT of
    their lateness.
    RABBI SAt/IUll APRIL
    .. priestly ordinances
    itctat
    JtRRY HIMMELFARB
    . Or Olom president
    By RABBI SAMUEL J. FOX
    Why is it customary to kindle a
    fir* at the grave of Rabbi
    Simon Bar Yochai on Lag
    B'omer?
    The Zohar relates that on the
    day in which he died (which is
    Lag B'omer) a great fire and a
    brilliant light surrounded him. The
    Zohar further states that his bier
    ascended Heavenward with a
    torch of fire preceding it, thus the
    followers of the Kabbalah still
    light this fire to remember this
    great day and to signify that
    somewheresomehowthe great i
    fire of Jewish tradition and saint-
    uness still burns.
    Why is the 18th of lyar considered
    a holiday (Lag B'omer) occur-
    ring this year on Sunday, May
    12?
    A number of reasons are given
    including the following: Accord-
    ing to a tradition handed down by
    the Gaonim, the plague or slaugh-
    ter which killed 24.000 students of
    Rabbi Akiba during this period of
    the year came to a halt on this
    date. Thus, the famous Mahanl
    (1365 to 1427) wrote that for 32
    days the people of Israel consid-
    ered themselves mourners and on
    the 33rd day (Lag B'omer) they
    make a day of rejoicing. It is also
    claimed that Bar Chochba, the
    general who led the revolt against
    the Romans in which Rabbi Akiba
    and his students were involved
    richieved some kind of victory on
    that day. This was at the time
    an unbelievable event because it
    was so odd that any one could be
    victorious against the great Roman
    Legions. Others claim that this
    day is considered a holiday be-
    cause the manna which fed the
    Jews through the wanderings in
    the wilderness began to come
    down to them on that day.
    Rabbi Isaac Luria (1535-1572)
    considered the day not only great
    because of physical victory or the
    end of physical death, but more
    so because of the fact that on that
    day it seemed assured that Rabbi
    Akibah's students could continue
    This page is prepared in
    ? cooperation u'ilh the Spiritual
    ' Leaders of the Greater Miami
    : Rabbinical Assn.
    BABBI MAX A. UPSCHITX
    Coordinator
    Contributor:
    RABBI SOLOMON SCHIFf
    Gems of Wisdom
    "i ,
    the great traditions of Judaism.
    Kabbalists celebrate this day as
    the day on which tie great Rabbi
    Simon Bar Yochai passed away.
    He was considered the original au-
    thor of the classic book of the
    Kabbalah and his removal from
    this world was considered a vic-
    tory since others had tried to kill
    him earlier, plus the fact that the
    Chassidim considered the Yahr-
    zeit of a great man as a joyous oc-
    casion since the greatest delight
    of the saintly is to be taken Heav-
    enward.
    W "".HI." ......
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    JEWISH MORALISTS
    Chap. I., 8 ]udah. the son of I
    I Tabbdi. diiil Simeon, the son of 2
    . S/iatach. received the tradmon I
    'mm the preceding. Judah. the son I
    of Tabbai. said fill the judge's of' ;;
    lice) act not the counsels part; ^
    , u'hen the parties to a suit are stand- 'i
    l inn before thee, let them both be h
    \ retarded by thee as wicked; but I
    i u'hen they are departed from thy :
    I presence, regard them both as inno-
    cent, the verdict having been ac- I
    quiesced in by them.

    Chap. II., 21. He used also to I
    say. ft is not thy duty to complete
    the worl{. but neither art thou free
    to desist from it; if thou hast
    Studied much Terah. much reward
    will be ftlien thee, for faithful ii .
    thy employer to pay thee the re-
    uurd of thv labor, and Ijnou1 that
    'he grant of reward unto the right'
    eoui tt'ill be in the time to Come.
    AGUDATH ISRAEL. 7801 Carlyle ave.
    Orthodox. Rabbi Isaac Ever.
    Friday t>:4"> p.m. Saturday 8:88 a.m.
    Sermon: "The Two sides <>f Life."
    > 30 p.m. Yiddish lecture: "The
    Ethics hi the Fathers."
    BETH DAVID. 2625 SW 3rd ave. Con-
    servative. RabDi Norman N. Shapiro.
    Cantor William W. Lipson.
    PYida) 8:15 p.m, Saturday a.m.
    Baa Mltsvah: Marcla. daughter of
    Mi. and Mrs. Harry Cypen.
    ----
    3ETH EL. 500 SW 17th ave. Orthodox.
    Rabbi Solomon Sehift.
    PVIda) ':::" p.m. Baturday S::'. a.m.
    Sermon: "The Role of the Womann
    Branch." Bar Mltsvah: Larry, s"ii
    if .Mi. and Mrs. Israel Kuizynski.
    Mincha ''>::Si> p.m.
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    3ETH EMETH. 12250 NW 2nd ave.
    Conservative. Rabbi Simon April.
    Cantor Hyman Fine.
    :'i Ida) 8:15 p.m. Milvln l l.-.ln. Rabbinical studenl
    Poplc: "The Weight "i the Past."
    Si turdaj s. is a.m.
    ----
    BETH ISRAEL. 400 Prairie ave. Or-
    thodox. Rabby H. Louis Rottman.
    ' 'rlda 8 IS p in. Katurdnj 8 ;i m
    ...i a Ti 'Mi. iimmunltj is
    Born "
    ---- ----
    BETH JACOB. 301-311 Washington
    ave. Orthodox. Rabbi ibor Stern.
    Cantor Maurice Mamches.
    BETH KODESH 1101 SW 12th ave
    Modern Traditional. Rabbi Ma>
    Shapiro. Cantor Fred Bernstein
    1 >id.i \ .. : .". j in S:(t ;l il.. \ s ,"
    SernMMi \ Mother'x
    I..*' p.m. "fCthlcs ol our i-~.111-.-
    ShaloUs Si'ihlo.-: "Aii Eye for an
    K
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    BETH RAPHAEL. 139 NW 3ra ave.
    Orthodox. Julius Sapero, president.
    BETH TFILAH. 935 Euclid ave. Or-
    thodox. Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovsky.
    ---- ----
    BETH TORAH. 164th st. and NE 11th
    ave. Conservative. Rabbi Max Lip-
    schitz. Cantor Ben-Zion Kirschen-
    baum.
    I riday 8:30 p.m. Bervlce conducted
    as Abraham .1. Olttelson, education
    director. Coiuxrearatlon'e Young adults
    will i>.- in.in.red. Baturday s:tr. a.m.
    Bar Mltsvah: Richards bob of .Mr.
    and Mr- Beth Roland: Michael, bob
    <>l Mr. and Mrs. .Mori Im Diapkln.
    ----- ----
    DADE HEIGHTS JEWISH CONGRE-
    GATION. 1401 NW 183rd st. Con-
    servative. Rabbi Harold Richter.
    Cantor Emanuel Mandel.
    Ki iday 8:15 p.m. Sermon: "Sabbath
    Peace." Baturday 8:80 a.m.
    FLAGLER GRANADA. 50 NW 51st
    pi. Conservative. Rabbi David Rot-
    enfeld. Cantor George Goldberg.
    iii.i.i> 8:46 p.m. Baturday 8:80 a.m.
    Mormon: "Mothers' Day and i.uy
    B'Oiner." Mlncha 8:43 p.m.
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    FT. LAUDERDALE EMANUEL. 1801
    E. Andrews ave. Reform. Rabbi
    Richard M. Leviton.
    I rldaj 8:15 p.m. Sermon: "Th Mir-
    ocle oi Modern Day Israel.'1 A liim.
    Israel Independence Day, "ill be
    shown durlnn the Oneg Shabbat ^i^'-
    en ii\ Hndassah In honor of Rabbi
    and Mrs. Richard M. Leviton.
    ---- ----
    ISRAELITE CENTER. 3175 SW 25th
    St. Conse-vative. Rabbi Morton
    Malavsky. Cantor Louis Cohen.
    Friday 8:8o p.m, Saturday 8:45 a.m.
    Sermon: ''Portion of the Week."
    HEBREW ACADEMY. 2400 Pinetree
    dr. Orthodox. Rabbi Alexander S.
    Gross.
    ----
    KNESETH ISRAEL. 1415 Euclid ave.
    Orthodox. Rabbi David Lehrfield.
    Cantor Abraham Seif.
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    MINYONAIRES. 3737 Bird rd. Mod-
    ern Traditional.
    OHEV SHALOM. 911 Normandy dr.
    Orthodox. Rabbi Phineas Weber-
    man.
    SOUTHWEST CENTER. 6438 SW 8th
    St. Conservative. Rabbi Maurice
    Klein.
    Friday 8:16 p.m. Sermon: "Mother's
    Toran." Baturday a.m. Bar Mlts-
    vah: Howard, sou of Mr. and Mrs.
    Roy Bowman.
    TEMPLE ADATH YESHURUN. 1025
    NE 183rd at.. Miami Gardens rd.
    Rabbi Jonah E. Caplan. Cantor
    Morris Berger.
    Friday 8:16 p.m. Hebrew and Sun-
    day Bohool students u ill participate
    in Mothers' Day service. Sermon:
    "bove Must be Darned." Saturday
    9 a.m. MiiKlia 6:30 p.m.
    TEMPLE BETH AM. 5950 N. Kendall
    dr.. So. Miami. Reform. Rabbi
    Herbert Baumgard. Cantor Charles
    Kodner.
    Friday S:n,il a.m. Sermon: "Murder
    in Alabama." Baturda) 11:15 am.
    Bar Mltsvah: Gordon, son ..f Mr.
    and Mis. Morton Bohoen.
    ---- ----
    TEMPLE BETH EL OF HOLLY-
    WOOD. 1351 S. 14 ave. Reform
    Rabbi Samuel Jatfe.
    Friday 8:15 p.m. Sermon: "How
    Shall we Interpret the Bible." Fac-
    ulty membera of the Religious School
    wi'l be honored In keeplnf unli Na-
    tional Jewish Teachers Day. Satur-
    day 11 a.m.
    ----
    TEMPLE BETH SHIRAH. Sunlland
    Hall. 11539 So. Dixie hwy. Recon-
    structionist. Rabbi Morris Skop
    Cantor Herman Gottlieb.
    I TEMPLE BETH SHOLEM of Holly-
    wood. 1725 Monroe St. Conservative
    Rabbi Samuel Mendelowitx. Can-
    tor Ernest Steiner.
    riday 8:80 p.m. <;ueMl speaker,
    Doug-us Kaplan, president. Batur-
    daj :< a.m.
    TEMPLE BETH SHOLOM, 4144 Chase
    ave. Liberal. Rabbi Leon Kronish.
    Cantor David Conviser.
    Friday 815 p.m. Sermon: "The
    Growth of Hebrew in America." Bat-
    urda) 10MS n.m Bar Mltsvah: Jef-
    ii.\ Pace Stern, son of liovis Cole.
    ------e ------
    TEMPLE B'NAI SHOLOM. 16800 NW
    22 ave. Conservative. Rabbi S.
    M. Machtei.
    Friday 8:80 p.m. Rermon: "Life's
    Guideline." lias Mltsvah: Barbara
    Louise, daughter "i Mr. and Mis- Jay
    Cowan.
    ------ e -------
    TEMPLE EM'NU-EL. 1701 Washing,
    ton ave. Conservative. Rabbi Irving
    Lehrmac Cantor Hirsh Adler.
    Frldaj 8:13 p.m. s. i mon Mi pd*d
    A Siiniiiii! t'oiifei n Religion."
    Haturdn) 9 a m. Vnnual Mothi I -
    hi i Wee, Bn Mlts\ ah: Joi ..
    \|. Rul I. Ri lim..n an I thi lal D
    Irwln Reich man; !: Hi
    Mi -. .- d......... Mini ii-. 6: l."i p.m.
    Har M /. ah Nell, aon of Mr.
    Mi.-. Sol fi l
    T*"..... if---. 17 N Reform. Rabbi Joseph R. Narot.
    Cantor Jacob Bornstein.
    Fi Idaj 8 I', p.m. Sermon "Mol
    and Father* VVhai Kind of H
    have >'ui Written foi your Children7"
    ------e------
    TEMPLE JUDEA. 320 Palermo ave.
    Liberal Reform. Rabbi Mordecai
    Podet Cantor H. Richard Brown.
    Friday B:15 p.m. Quesl spesvker,
    Rolfe Nelll, editor, Coral Uables
    Times, Topic: "Whosi Problem
    Theirs or Ours?" Mothers" Day
    meditation offered during the aervici
    Snturdaj i":'.!1 a.m. Baa Mltsvah
    Donna Helene, daughter of Mr. and
    Mrs. Joseph Samuelson.
    TEMPLE MENORAH. 620 75th st.
    Conservative. Rabbi Mayer Abram-
    owitz. Cantor Edward Klein.
    TEMPLE NER TAMID. 80th St. and
    Tatum Waterway. Modern Tradi-
    tional. Rabbi Eugene Labovitz.
    Cantor Saul H. Breeh.
    . Friday s:l"i p.m. Sermon: "What We
    Owe to our Mothers." Baa Mltsvah:
    Kosiyn, daughter of Mr. and Mrs,
    I .Mux Xex.r.
    TEMPLE OL OLOM. Conservative.
    8755 SW 16th St.. Miami. Rabbi
    Samuel April. Cantor Gershon
    Levin.
    Friday) 880 p.m. Sermon: "From
    Mama's Hoy to Playboy." Balfour
    Chapter and Chapter :'-- of AZA, and
    two chapters ol BBTO iu partlol-
    pate in services. Bar MlUvah: Jeff,
    son of Mr. and Mrs i..... Badowsky.
    Saturday S:4T. a.m. Mincha 6:80 p.m.
    TEMPLE SINAI OF NORTH MIAMI.
    12100 NE 15th ave. Reform. Rab-
    bi Daniel M. Lowy.
    Friday 8:15 p.m. Sermon: "Mothers
    and Mothers-ln-Law." Saturday 11
    r m. Bai Mltsvah: Bruce, sou of
    Mr. and Mrs. Paul Neff.
    TEMPLE TIFERETH JACOB. 951
    Flamingo Way. Conservative. Rabbi
    Hyman Gross. Cantor Jack Lerner.
    Klein.
    Friday' 8:15 p.m. Saturday !> a in
    Car Mltsvah: Irwln, son of Dr. and
    Mrs. Nathan Friedman.
    ----------- ----------
    TEMPLE ZAMORA. 44 Zamora ave.
    Rabbi Herschel Brooks. Cantor Ben
    Dickson.
    I- Iday vl."> p.m.
    for the Teen iser.
    1 nity am! I'd'.';
    Bel iii.ni: "Religion
    Sigma Klio frat-
    Tag Girls will at-
    i. n.i Ftnccalaui l Ices. i Irad-
    uates "ill i" guests al Oneg Shab-
    bat. Saturdaj *:45 a.m. Sermon: "A
    Jewish Heritage."
    TEMPLE ZION. 5720 SW 17th St.
    Conservative. Rabbi Alfred Wax-
    man. Cantor Seymour Hinkes.
    ! Friday *''" p.m. Sermon: "The
    Meaning ol l 9:80 a.m. Bar Mltsvah: Leonard, son
    of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Ellas,
    ----- ---- .
    TIFERETH ISRAEL. 6500 N. Miami
    ave. Conservative. Rabbi Henry
    Wernick. Cantor Albert Glantx.
    Friday 880 p.m. Per mon: "Parental
    Reverence." Oneg Shabbat, hosted
    b] Sisterhood, uill honor mothers ol
    Conajregstton and sisterhood mem*
    hers. Saturday 8 a.m. Beraaon:
    "Portion of the Week."
    ----
    YEHUOAH MOSHE. 13630 W. Dixie
    hwy. Conservative. Rabbi Morton
    Shalewitz. Cantor Maurice Neu.
    ----
    YOUNG ISRAEL. 990 NE 171 St.
    Orthodox. Habbi Sherwin Stauber.
    Friday 6:80 p.m. Baturday 9 a.m.
    Sermon: "Lag B'Omer." Bar Mlts-
    vah: Seyman, s..n of Mr. and Mrs,
    l lai ry Grt nberg.
    TFMPLE B'NAI ABRAHAM. 387
    NE 167th St. Rabbi Nathan H.
    Zwitman.
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    Friday, May 10. 1963
    vJmist) rhrktian
    Page ISA
    LEGAL NOTICE
    NOTICE UNDER
    FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
    NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN thnl
    the undersigned, desiring to engage
    in business under the fictitious name
    Of AA INSTANT AUTO INSCRORS
    ii 17---7 N.W. 7th Street, Miami, Fla.,
    intends to fainiT' Mid IMHM with
    the Clerk of tin- circuit Court ol
    I mde 'ountj Kli rtda.
    ATKI8SON A COLE INSURANCE
    AGENCY, INC
    4/26, 5/1, 10, IT
    NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
    IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
    ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN
    AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
    FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY,
    No. 63C 646
    l: EC IN A WILKINSON,
    Plaintiff,
    vs.
    Ji "UN UU.S'Al.n WILKINSON.
    Defendant.
    SUIT FOR DIVORCE
    TO: .IOHN DONALD WILKINSON
    '.<\ So. Hoover Street
    Loa Angeles M. California
    Yott, JOHN DONALD WILKINSON,
    are hereby notified that a Hill of Com-
    plaint for Divorce has been filed
    against you. and you are required to
    serve a copy of your Answer or
    pleading to the Hill of Complaint on
    the Plaintiff's attorney, RAMI'EI,
    FLETCHER. 2(0-95th Street. -Miami
    Beach 54. Florida and file the orig-
    inal Answer or Pleading in the office
    of the Clerk of the Circuit Court on
    or before the 20th day of May. 1963.
    If you fail to do so, judgment by de-
    fault will bo taken against you for
    the relief demanded In the Hill of
    Complaint.
    This notice shall be published once
    each week for four consecutive Weeks
    in THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN.
    HONK AND ORDERED t Miami,
    Florida, this 12th day of April, A.D.
    1961.
    E. H. LEATHERMAN, Cleric,
    Circuit Court, Dade County, Florida
    (seal) By: K. M. LYMAN.
    Deputy Clerk
    s \MPEI. FLETCHER
    260 : -th street
    Miami Beach :*. Florida
    Attorney for Plaintiff
    4'19-!, 1-10
    NOTICE UNDER
    FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
    NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
    the undersigned, desiring to engagi in
    business under the flctilious n.ime ol
    MOTEL CONSULTANT ASSOCIATES
    at 2Siio n.w. Mth St., Miami, Via.,
    intends to register snid name with the
    Clerk i>f the Circuit Court of Dade
    County, Florida
    UOLr AMERICAN LAND CORP.
    Owner
    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 4029
    ANTHONY S. DONATO,
    Plaintiff,
    vs.
    UNA DONATO.
    I (, ndant.
    SUIT FOR DIVORCE
    TO: LINA DONATO
    52-1 Winkle Avenue
    .Torsev i 'ity. N..I.
    You arc hereby notified that a Ttill
    ot Complaint for Divorce lias been
    filed again** yon, and you are re-
    quired to serve copy of your An-
    swer or Pleading to the Hill of Com-
    plaint on the Plaintiffs Attorneys,
    SHEVIN, cool.MAN *i HOLTZMAN,
    by ALVIN OOODMAN, 246 Beybold
    Handing, .Miami 12, Florida, and file
    the original Anawet or Pleading In
    the office of th" Clerk of the Circuit
    Court on or before the 20th day ol
    May, IMS. If you fall 10 .1" bo, Judg-
    ment by default will be taken again*!
    you for the relief demanded In the
    Bill ot Complaint.
    This notice shall be published once
    each week for four consecutive weeks
    in THE JEWISH Kl.oitiDlAN.
    Hone and Ordered at Miami. Flor-
    ida, this ir.th day of April, INS.
    E. II. LKA Til Kit MAN. clerk.
    Circuit Court, Dole County, Florida
    (seal) By: K. M. I.Y.MAN,
    Deputy Clerk
    SHEVIN, GOODMAN .* HOLTZMAN
    346 Beybold Building
    Miami 22, Florida
    J'.\ Alviu Goodman
    4/19-26. 5/3-10
    NOTICE UNDER
    FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
    NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
    the Undersigned, desiring to engage
    in business under tho fictitious name
    i MEDIA ASSOCIATES at ->.'.> uis-
    cayne Boulevard, Miami, Florida, In-
    tends to register said name with the
    Clerk "f the Circuit Cunt of Dade
    County, Florida.
    BIISCAYNE MEDIC \l.
    I \i'.i >R \ Tories. INC.
    i i loyd Rothenberg, President
    I It H. Bl s,.
    AUONOVITZ, silver A scilER
    Htorneya for Blacajwe Medical
    i .alatratorie Inc.
    i i; Ainale) Building. Miami, FUv
    i 26, a/S. 10. 17
    IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
    IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
    FLORIDA IN PROBATE
    No. 59282-B.
    IN RR: Estate of
    WILLIAM SHANK
    I 'i eaa< d.
    NOTICE TO CREDITORS
    To All Creditors and All Persona Hav-
    ing Claims or Demands Against Saul
    i Istate:
    Vou are hereby notified and rc-
    quired to preeeni any claims and de-
    mands which vou may have against
    the estate of WILLIAM SHANE de-
    led late of Dade County, Florida,
    to the County Judges of Dsde Coun-
    ty, and file the same In duplicate and
    as provided in Section 722.16, Florida
    Statutes, In their offices in the Coun-
    ty Courthouse In Dade County, Flor-
    ida, within -i\ calendar months from
    he tone of the Ural publication here-
    r the same will be barred,
    I'at.d at Miami, Florida, this 10th
    daj ..: April, \.i> 1962.
    NORMAN \ SHANE
    As l .'m utor
    Law l Ml:.
    ALBERT I.. WEINTRAUB
    ' JAY CRISTOL
    I Hdg.
    Florida
    111. A .l.i i i Istol
    Attorne) foi Ex< i utor
    5 1-10-17-24
    r URfitW
    BY HENRY LEONARD
    "And this week, in response to their long-felt
    inner needs, Cantor Blackstein will deliver
    the Sermon, and Rabbi Nubkin will chant
    the Services."
    Copr. 1963, Dnyenu Productioni
    LcGAL NOTICE
    IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
    11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
    FOR DADE COUNTV FLORIDA
    IN CHANCERY
    No. 63C 4279 (Culler,)
    BOVD K. HICKMAN,
    Plaintiff,
    -vs-
    JE8SIB MARLBNE HICKMAN,
    Defendant.
    NOTICE OF SUIT FOR DIVORCE
    TO: JESSIE MARLBNE HICKMAN
    I lefendant
    M57 Venetian Drive, S.W.
    Atlanta. Georgia
    TOr, JESSIE MARLENE HICK-
    MAN. are hereby notified that a Bill
    of Complaint for Divorce has been
    filed against you, and you are re-
    quired to serve a copy of your An-
    swer to the ism of Complaint on the
    Plaintiff's Attorney, BAN FORD M.
    SWEItDLIN, 2:U Reeurlty Trust
    Building. Miami :il\ Florida, ami III.
    the original Answer or Pleading in
    the office of the clerk of th.- Cir-
    cuit Court on or In-fore the 27th day
    of May, 1963. If you fall to do so,
    Judgment by default will be taken
    against you for the relief demanded
    in the llill of Complaint.
    DONE AND ORDERED at Miami.
    Florida, this 24th day of April, A.D.
    INS.
    E. B. WEATHERMAN
    Clerk. Circuit Court
    Miami, Dade County, Florida
    By: C. P. COPELAND
    Deputy Clerk
    4/26. 5/3, 10. 17.
    LEGAL NOTICE
    LEGAL NOTICE
    IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
    IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
    FLORIDA IN PROBATE
    NO. 59193C
    IN RE: Estate of
    CHARLOTTE DEMOP0CLO8
    1 i.M'ciiseil.
    NOTICE TO CREDITORS
    To All Creditors and All Persona Hav-
    ing claims or Demands Against Said
    Estate:
    Vou are hereby notified and re-
    quired to present any claims and de-
    mands Which you may have against
    the eatate of CHARLOTTE DEMO-
    Pori.iis deceased late of DADE
    County, Florida, to the County Judges
    Of Dole County, and file the same in
    duplicate and as provided In Section
    723.16, Florida Statutes, in their of-
    fices in the County Courthouse In
    Dade County. Florida, within six Cal-
    endar months froin the time of the
    hrsi publication Hereof, or the agana
    \\ ill be barred.
    Dated at Miami, Florida, this Slh
    day "f April. A.n. 1963.
    ANTHONY SZABTC
    As Administrator
    First puldieaiion of this notice on
    the 26th day of April, 1963.
    i \St Ri IE NICHOLAS
    Attorney for Administrator
    612 N.W. 12th Ave Miami. Ha.
    I 26, S :-lf>-17
    IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
    ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN
    AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
    FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY,
    No. 63C 2953
    IDA LERNER,
    Plaintiff,
    vs.
    IRVING LERNER,
    l lefendant.
    NOTICE TO DEFEND
    TO: IRVING LERNER
    152 Wellington Hill St.
    Matt a pa n :''. Massachusetts
    VOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED that
    a bill of complaint has been filed
    ngalnst you and you are required to
    serve a copy of your answer or other
    deft naive pleadings thereto u p 0 n
    plaintiffs attorney, Raymond J.
    Wol.F. 911 Seybold Buldlng, Miami
    32, Florida, and file Hie original
    thereof, in the office of the Clerk of
    the cirluit Court on or before the
    20th day of May, 1968, or a de, fee
    pro confesso will be entered against
    \ oil.
    DATED, this Pith day of April, 1963.
    E. B. LEATHERMAN, Clerk,
    Circuit Court. Dade County, Florida
    (seal) C. P. COPELAND,
    Deputy Clerk
    l '1S-2S, 5 !!
    NOTICE UNDER
    FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
    NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN thai
    the undersigned, desiring to engage
    in business under the fictitious name
    of SOUTHERN clinical LABORA-
    TORY at 116.'i W'ashiuiou Avenue,
    Miami Beach, Fin.. Intends to rcgiM-
    ler said name with tile Clerk of the
    Circuit Court of Dade County, Flor-
    ida.
    BISCAYNE MEDICAL
    LABORATORIES, INC.
    /./ Lloyd Rothenberg, President
    s/ it. II. Shouger, Secretary
    ARONOVITZ, SILVER a.- SCHER
    Attorneys for Blacayne Medical
    laboratories, inc.
    6u7 Alnsley llld.. .Miami. Ma.
    1/26, J/2, 1". 17
    IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
    IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
    FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
    No. 59244C
    IN RE: Estate of
    MAE DANNA
    1 deceased.
    NOTICE TO CREDITORS
    To All Creditors anil All Persons Hav-
    ing Claims or Demands Against Said
    Estate:
    You are hereby notified and re-
    quired to present any claims and de-
    mands Which von may have against
    the estate of MAE DANNA deceased
    late of Dane County. Florida, to the
    County Judges of Dade County, and
    file the same In duplicate and as pro-
    vided in Section 732 16, Florida stat-
    utes, in their offices in the County
    Courthouse in Dade. County, Florida,
    within sl\ cab ini.,r months from the
    time of the first publication hereof,
    or tho same will be barred.
    Dated Bt Miami, Florida, this 12th
    da) Of April, \ \> IMS.
    MARIE DANNA
    As Executrix
    First publication ol this notice on
    the IHth day of April, 1963.
    Kl'RT WELI.ISt II
    Attorney for Batat. of Mac Danna,
    11, eased
    I IIn Congress Midi;.. Miami. Hi. _
    4, l-2ti. 5'3-10
    IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
    IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
    FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
    No. 59093-B
    IN RE: Estate of
    CATHERINE A. HEADLEY
    1'. eased,
    NOTICE TO CREDITORS
    I To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
    ing Claims or Demands Against Said
    1 Estate:
    1 You are hereby notified and re-
    quired to present any claims and de-
    1 in.mils which you may have against
    the eatate of CATHERINE A. HEAD-
    LEY deceased late of Dad,- County,
    Florida, to the County Judges of Dad.
    County, and file the same in duplicate
    and aa provided In Bectlon 7SS.16,
    I Florid 1 Statutes, In their offices in
    the County Courthouse in Dade Coun-
    ty, Florida. within six calendar
    month- li'om the time of the first
    I publication hereof, or the same will
    Be barred.
    Dated at Miami. Florida, this 21t
    day of .Match. A.D. IMS.
    II WtKIETT D1XON
    As Administratrix
    GEORGE NICHOLAS
    Attorney for Administratrix
    612 N.W. 12th Am., Miami. Fla.
    4 19-2'L 5'3-in
    NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
    IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
    ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
    FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
    COUNTY. IN CHANCERY,
    No. 63C 2676
    IN DEAN ANDREWS,
    Plaintiff,
    vs.
    JOSEPH H. HENNENFENT and
    MATTHEW E. DICIACCO,
    Defendants.
    TO: JOSEPH B, HENNENFENT
    2253 Pinion Street
    Woodland Hills. California
    You, JOSEPH U. HENNENFENT,
    are hereby notified that a llill of Com-
    plaint lias been tiled against you, and
    you are required to serve a copy of
    your Answer or Pleading to the llill
    -I Complaint on the Finintiffs attor-
    ney, Monroe dixon, 1790 coral
    Way. Miami. Florida and file the
    original Answer or Pleading in the
    office of the Clerk "f the Circuit
    Court on or before the 27th day of
    Mac. 19(2. 11" you fall to do so, judg-
    ment by di fault will be taken against
    you for the relief demand* d in the
    till of Complaint.
    This notice shall he published mice
    each week for four consecutive weeks
    in THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN.
    DONE AND ORDERED at Miami.
    Florida, this 22nd day of April. A.D.
    1903.
    E. P.. l.E crifEPM \N. Clerk,
    circuit Court, Dade County, Florida
    (seal) P> : K. M. LYMAN.
    Deputy Clerk
    MONROE DIXON
    1790 Coral Way, Miami, Fla.
    Attorney (or Plaintiff
    i 26, ". 8, !<\ 17
    NOTICE UNDER
    FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
    NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
    the undersigned, desiring to engage
    in business under the fictitious name
    of INSTANT A1TOMOHII.E LIABIL-
    ITY INSURANCE at 1727 N.W. 7th
    Street, Miami, Fla., Intends to regis-
    ter said name with the Clerk of the
    Circuit Court of Dade County, Flor-
    ida.
    ATKIS60N .' col.E INSURANCE
    AGENCY, INC
    i 26, 5 2, 10, 17
    NOTICE UNDER
    FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
    NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
    the undersigned, desiring to engage In
    business under the fictitious name ol
    Cralg'a Camera Center at 73,.1 s.w.
    ;.; Avenue, smith Miami, Florida in-
    tends to register said name with Hie
    Clerk of the Circuit Court ot Dade
    C0ttnty- SAMUEL R.DANOW
    shevin. Goodmaa .\.- Holtarann
    lu : Sylvan N. Holtaman
    A florae) tor Samuel K. Danow
    Sit gej bold Building
    Miami 82. Florida ;.,.,7-2.
    NOTICE UNDER
    FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
    NOT1I B is HEREBY >:IVEN that
    ti undersigned, d siring to 1 na ige
    | business undei the ,'lc/ltloua 1 <
    Of ALLSTATE8 BONDING < o at
    1727 NW 7th Street. Miami. Ha..
    Intends to reglsl ild name ...
    th.- Clerk -i th. Circuit "'.it ot
    ^TkKnVco 'k-INSIRANCB
    AU1
    NOTICE UNDER
    FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
    notice is hereby given that
    the undersigned, desiring to engage
    in business under the fictitious name
    .11 BRANDE1S INVESTOR8 it 1150
    S W. l.-t Street, Miami. Florida, In-
    tend to register said 11-an.e with the
    Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
    County, Florida,
    STANLEY c. MYERS
    Lolls HEIMAN
    LEON KAPLAN
    4/26, 5 3, 10, 17
    NOTICE UNDER
    FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
    NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
    the undersigned, desiring to engage
    in business under the Ilctltlt>u>
    of Mrs. M. at l>adu County. Florida,
    intends to register -aid name with
    the clerk of the Circuit Court of
    Dade County, Florida.
    BE A BOARD GENERAL CORP.
    ta Delaware Corporation)
    Sole owner
    4/26, 5/3, 1i>. 17.
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    the undei algn< d, d. siring t" en
    in business under Ihe fictitious name
    of Mr. M. it Dade County, Florida,
    intend- to reg ster said nam. with
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    NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
    IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
    ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
    FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
    COUNTY. IN CHANCERY,
    No 63C 3369
    M \K.101:11: 1,. MASON,
    Plaintiff
    ROBERT li.' MASON,
    1 lefendant.
    AMENDED SUIT FOR DIVORCE
    Ti': P.. IBERT 11. MAS. IN
    You, ROBERT II. MASON, are here-
    by unified that a Bill of Complain! for
    Divorce has been filed against .vou.
    and you are required to serve cops
    "f your Answer or Pleading to the
    Bill" of Complaint on the Plaintiffs
    attorney-, NEAl. .1. DUNN, 511 Analey
    Building, Miami. Florida and file Un-
    original Answer or Pleading in the
    office of the clerk of the Circuit
    Court on or before the 27th day of
    May, 1968, If you fail to do so. judg-
    ment by default will be taken against
    you for the relief demanded in the
    Bill of Complaint.
    This notice shall be published once
    earn week for four consecutive weeks
    in THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN.
    DONE AND ORDERED at Miami.
    Florida, this Mrd day of April, A.D.
    1963.
    K. B. LEATHERMAN, Clerk.
    Circuit Court, Dad.- County, Florida
    (seal) By: K, M. LYMAN.
    1 deputy Clerk
    MEAL J. DUNN
    "iI4 Alnsley Building:
    Miami. Florida
    Attorney for Plaintiff
    1 !6, ". S, 1", 17
    NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
    IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
    ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
    FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
    COUNTY. IN CHANCERY,
    No. 62C 10644
    LOT I'll-: FERGUSON,
    Pialn.lti.
    1 ladies FERGUSON,
    Defendant.
    SUIT FOR DIVORCE
    TO: CLADIl'S FERGUSON
    Residence unknown.
    You, CLADIL'S FERGUSON, are
    hereby notified thai a Bill of Com-
    plaint for Divorce has bsjen filed
    against you, and VOU are required to
    serve a copy of your Answer or
    Pleading to the Bill of Complaint on
    th.- plaintiff's Attorney, law of-
    fices OF I. STANLEY I,i:\INl-:.
    BOO Southwest Second Avenue, Miami
    M, Florida (FK I-1681) and file Ihe
    original Answer or Pleading in the
    office of the Clerk of the deceit Court
    on or before the 27th day of May,
    1961. If vou fall to do so. Judgment
    by default will b, taki .1 against you
    for the relief demanded in the Bill of
    Complaint.
    This notice shall be published once
    each we,-k for four consecutive weeks
    in THE JEWISH FLOR1DTAN.
    DONE AND ORDERED at Miami.
    Florida, this 19th day of April, A.D.
    1*62.
    R B 1.1: VTHERMAN, Clerk,
    Circuit Court, Dade County, Florida
    .-. all B) : K M LYMAN.
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    Miami 16, K urlds PR I 16811
    Attorne) foi Plaintiff
    Bj L) le 11. LI. 1- 1"
    1 36, 5, 2-10-17
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    NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
    IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
    ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
    FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
    COUNTY. IN CHANCERY,
    No. 63C 4366
    EVELYN WEINBR, 1
    Plaintiff.
    vs. '
    TO: LOUIS WEINF.lt,
    Defendant.
    SUIT FOR DIVORCE
    TO: I.OIIS WEI NEK 1
    C/O General 1 ellvery
    NeW York City. New Turk
    You. LOUIS WEINBR, are hereby
    notified that a Bill of Complaint fo.-
    Divorce has been filed against you,
    and you are required to serve a cop.1
    of your Answer or Pleading to tin
    Hill of Complaint on the Plaintiff-
    attorney. SoL ALEXANDER. One
    Lincoln Road Building, Miami Beach.
    Florida, and flD the original Answer
    or Pleading in the office of the Clark
    of the Circuit Court on or before the
    2Mb da) "f May, 1*62. If you fail t"
    do .-". Judgment iiv default will bi
    taken against you for the relief de-
    manded In the Mill of Complaint.
    This notice shall be published on.
    each week for four consecutive weeks
    in THE JEWISH l-'l.' IRIDIAN.
    DONE AND ORDERED at Miami.
    Florida, ibis 23rd day of April, A l .
    1963.
    E. B. I BATHERMAN, Perk,
    Circuit Court, Dade County, Flurida
    (seal) By: L. sneedkn.
    Dipmv Clerk
    5/3, 10, 17, :
    NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
    IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
    ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
    FLORIDA IN AMD FOR DADE
    COUNTY. IN CHANCERY,
    No. 63C 4351
    HELEN ELIZABETH POINTER,
    1 ntlff,
    v -
    HUBERT L. POINTER,
    Def. ndant.
    SUIT FOR DIVORCE
    TO: Hl'BERT L. POINTER
    Address L'nknoe n
    Vou. HCBBRT I.. POINTER, a
    hereby notified that a Mill of Com
    plaint for Di." has been I lie
    against you, and you are requtsed t-
    serve a copy -t your Answer o
    Pleading to the Mill of Complaint 01
    the Plaintiff- attorney, Angelo A. All,
    ||"| Alnsley Rldg., Miami 12, Florid,
    .iml file the original Answer or Plead
    Ing in the office of tin- Clerk of th
    Circuit Court on or before the 27tb
    day of May, 1062. If you fail to d
    so, judgment by default will he take;
    against you for the relief Senande.
    in the Bill of Complaint.
    This notice shall be published on
    each week for four consecutive Week
    in THE JEWISH I LORIDIAN.
    DONE AND ORDERED at Mia.r
    Florida, this 23rd day of April. A.D.
    1963.
    E. 1: LEATHERMAN, Clerk,
    Circuit Court. D.'.d. County, Florida
    Deputy cl.rk
    (senD By: c I' COPBLAND'
    ANQELO A. Al.l
    I "> Ainsl. y Bids., Miami 22, Fla.
    Attorney for Plaintiff
    4.26. 1/9*10-17
    NOTICE OF SUIT
    or
    ORDER OF PUBLICATION
    IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
    ELEVENTH JUDICIAL Cl RCUIT IN
    AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
    FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY,
    No. 63C 4028
    MAN LEWIS,
    Plaintiff,
    BELLE lewis.
    Defendant.
    SUIT FOR DIVORCE
    l'O: BELLE LEW IS
    161 Patten A 1 urn-
    1.....k Branch, New- Jersey
    You are h.-r. by notified that a Ilii
    of com plaint for 1 >\\ mce baa 1"
    filed against you, and you are n
    quired to aervt a copy of your An
    bwi or Pleading to the Mill of com
    pl.iint nil tin- Plaintiff's AtMrne)
    A I. V 1 N <:. IDM \N, :146 Seyboh-
    Building, Miami :-'. Florida and file
    the original Gnawer or Pleading i.
    the office of the clerk of the Circuit
    Court on or before the 2.>th day of
    May, 1*62. if vou fail to do so. Judg-
    ment by default win i>, taken agalm
    vou for the relief demanded In th.
    Bill of Complaint.
    This not ice shall be published one.
    each week for four consecutive Week
    in THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN.
    DONE AND ORDERED at .Miami.
    Florida, this 17th day of April, A.D.
    12SS.
    E B. LBATHERMAN, Clerk,
    Circuit Court. Dnd,- County, Florida
    .sea!) Bj : C L. ALEXANDER.
    Inputs Clerk
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    146 s. -bold Bldg.
    Miami Fl
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    I 19-26, :./3-i
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    1 >'' and Fred Sandier, after
    latteni ng the Million Dollar Club
    [;,! U Diplomat Hotel, are off
    |m Ne Orleans to participate in
    [the Southeastern Regional Metro-
    [polit;: Life Insurance convention
    I then Then they'll travel
    [north :or three weeks before re-
    [ home.
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    L.t Serbin, president of his
    .lass at Brandeis Univcr
    sitj rganized and conducted
    lh< ai ivttiea for the Junior Par-
    | ent ekend there, and was
    elect! president of the senior
    clasi luring the celebrations
    Son of Mr. and Mrs. John
    H Lewis, who is majoring
    al arts, was one of the
    orians when he graduat-
    Beach High .
    daughter of Ethel and
    lz made Dean's List at
    ertity ol Florida.
    i. a
    interior designer. Rich
    i 'inch, commuting between
    X( v ".' k and Miami Beach these
    lich suits his parents, the
    Sidney Ohrbachs, of Stlllwater
    Dr., just fine Latest com-
    missions for the talented "Rick"
    include New York's Towers
    Hotel, and in Miami, he's put-
    ting the finishing touches on the
    three local Toby Cafeterias, and
    just beginning Miami Beach's
    new "Fine Arts Theatre" at 21st
    St. and Collins Ave., slated to be
    opened in mid-June .
    Attorney Sy A. Robbins and
    wife Rita, of 3000 SW 83rd Ct.,
    celebrated their 11th wedding
    anniversary aboard the M/S
    Franca C Cruised to San
    Juan, St. Thomas and Port-au-
    Prince.
    i
    Celebrating 50 years together,
    Fannie and Sam Rosenberg on
    a second honeymoon at the new-
    Americana Hotel in San Juan .
    Crystal House site of a dinner
    given by the residents of the
    swank dwelling to one of the
    owners. Sidney Lipkins .
    Plaque presented to him "in ap-
    preciation of untiring efforts in
    Continued on Page 7-B
    Jewish Floridian
    Miami, Florida, Friday, May 10, 1963
    Section B
    merican Jewish Congress Women
    nnounce Installations and New Chapter
    At an installation luncheon of Bikur Cholim
    Kosher Convalescent Home in the Algiers Ho-
    tel are seated (left to right) Mesdames Fannie
    Turner, Harry Topper, Ann Rosenfield, Nathan
    Roth, Sam Yudien, Adolph Ecker, Isadore
    Blecker, Isadore Yagoda, Esther Trushin. Net-
    tie Petter. Standing (left to right) are Mes-
    dames Max Rappaport, Ida Myron, Abe Sing-
    er, Joseph Keiser, Paul Lieberman. Helen
    Hornstein, Lillian Townsend, George Burkin,
    Isadore Cohen, Mr. Arthur E. Rosichan, Mr.
    Edward Elkin, Mrs. Ann Zitter. Mrs. Edward
    Elkin, Mrs. Pauline Belenov and Mrs. Esther
    Rothstein. Rosichan, executive director of the
    Greater Miami Jewish Federation, was install-
    ing officer. Rabbi Mordecai Podet, of Temple
    Judea, Coral Gables, gave the invocation and
    benediction.
    : at ion luncheon of the Flor-
    en's Division, American
    ingress, is scheduled for
    noon, May 23. in the
    m .no Room <>i the Carillon

    Mrs Use Karl, director, Flori-
    Wi n's Division, will address
    group prior to the installation
    eni conducted by Rabbi Al
    >hik. director southeastern
    'i git United Synagogue of Amel-
    ia. Mm. Leon Kronish is chair-
    nan (. 'he afternoon.
    New ?late is headed by Mrs
    i.ni Kramer, succeeding Mrs.
    Mfrei Mamlel as president. Mem-
    rl the board include Mrs.
    i H nice. Mrs. Morton Janko.
    rs, Irving Kaplan. Mrs. Tobias
    gimor Mrs. David Muskat. Mrs.
    Uenjamin Kamen, Mrs. Mamlct,
    rman Feller, Mrs. Louis
    (Dhen and Mrs. Mae Sucher
    Offii for the three chapters
    i Women's Division are:
    Biscyn/ president, Mrs. Leon-
    'd S irky; vice presidents. Mrs.
    Finger and Mrs. Albert
    > (! .an; corresponding secrc-
    Urv, Mrs. Helen Dudell; treasur-
    er, Mrs. Ben Wcintraub. Board
    co-chairmen. Mrs. William Brown.
    Mrs. Sy Reese and Mrs. Meyer
    Sherman.
    Louise Wise, president. Mrs.
    Mary Cohen; vice presidents, Mrs.
    Emma Rattner, Mrs. Sam Herder;
    treasurer, Mrs. Elizabeth Liebo-
    v nz; financial secretary. Hose
    Roth; recording secretary. Isabelle
    Slavitt, and corresponding secre-
    tary, Mrs. Louis Cohen.
    Miami, president, Mrs. Sam
    Penchansky; vice presidents. Mrs.
    Louis Gold, Mrs. Morton Janko.
    Mrs. Irving Quartin. Mrs. Samuel
    Rosenstein. Mrs. Fred Weiss; re-
    cording secretary. Mrs. Jack Mack-
    son; corresponding secretary, Mrs.
    Victor Reiss; financial secretaries.
    Mrs. Isaac Weinberger and Mrs.
    Morton Janko; treasurer, Mrs.
    Edward Goldstein.
    Miami Beach, fourth chapter.
    now being organized, has elected
    Mrs. Tobias Simon as chairman,
    pro tern.
    Following installation ceremon-
    ies, a musical program will be
    , presented.
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    as co-chairmen of the Young Matrons Division of the Com-
    bined Jewish Appeal for North M iami. No. Miami Beach. Key-
    stone Point, Miami Shores, and Bay Harbor areas. Mrs
    Thoir.cs Gerard (left) who will be hostess for a No. Momi Cot-
    fee at her home is shown discussing plans with MJs. Law-
    fence Sherman (right), area co-chairman. Thiee Coffees will
    be held to acquaint the Young Matrons, future leaders of CJA.
    with the work of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation, spon-
    sors of CJA. Mrs. Benedict Silverman is oveiall chairman of
    'he Young Matrons Division, and Mrs. Inez Krensky is chair-
    man of the Women's Division of Combined Jewish Appeal.
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    +Je*l$tncridtor>
    Ichool Students
    \o be Tested
    (The annual testing program of
    L Bureau of Jewish Education
    ^ministered in school here
    L- week.
    JOvcr 8,000 tests were admin-
    It,nd in the 40 Jewish schools in
    |e area of "Hebrew," Jewish His-
    rv. -Customs and Ceremonies,"
    jasic Judaism" and "Zionism
    kd Israel." The tests will be
    larked on I.B.M. machines of the
    Diversity of Miami, and a report
    norms of achievement in the
    Inject areas tested will be distri-
    cted to all Jewish schools.
    The objective of the annual test
    program are to establish in-
    ruments of educational measure-
    nnt in the Jewish schools; to
    >mpare these norms with those of
    preceding years, so as to reg-
    ler improvement or lack of
    sress; to use community norms
    test the effectiveness of cur-
    iiiluni and classroom efficiency;
    b IcesMiy approaches to improve
    ie general educational standards
    Ire
    Herbert Berger, associate direc-
    if the Bureau, is in charge of
    ie program.
    Page 3-B
    Befh 11 Picnic at Crandon
    Moadon Will
    Mark Israel's
    Students of the Hebrew and Sun-
    day Schools at Congregation Beth
    El will have a "Lag O'mer" pic-
    nic at Crandon Park on Sunday irn a
    morning leaving from the Syna i9l AltlUVerSary
    gogue at 10 a.m. *
    Moadon, the Hebrew speaking
    Cultural Club of Greater Miami,
    | sponsored a 15th anniversary
    celebration of the independence
    of the State of Israel on Saturday
    evening, at the Carillon Hotel.
    Hebrew Academy
    Open House on
    1st Anniversary
    First anniversary in the new.
    million dollar building at 2400
    Pinetree Dr., will be marked by
    the Hebrew Academy, Greater Mi-
    ami, with open house, May 13-20,
    according to an announcement by
    Rabbi Alexander S. Gross, prin-
    cipal.
    Dally tours evry half-hour
    from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m., will be
    conducted by members of the
    PTA and ninth grade graduating
    students.
    Guests will meet the 32-member
    faculty and administrative statf,
    and will observe the half day He-
    brew and half day English classes
    uhich are a unique feature of the
    curriculum at the Hebrew Day
    School.
    Co-sponsoring the function was
    the Bureau of Jewish Educa-
    tion of Greater Miami.
    The celebration began with
    a concert of Israeli, folk and
    liturgical music by Cantor Hirsh
    Adler, of Temple Emanu-EI.
    Cantor Adler, a sabra, graduated
    from the Jerusalem Conserva-
    tory of Music. He received his
    cantorial training from Cantor
    Zalman Rivlin. His accompan-
    ist was Florence Goldring.
    Guest speaker was spiritual
    leader of Temple Mcnorah, Rabbi
    Mayer Abramovitz. His theme
    was "The Birth of a Nation
    The Rebirth of its Language."
    In charge of arrangements were
    l-aiah Adler, William Agranove,
    Tolner Social Club of Miami Beach installs its newly-elected
    officers at a recent banquet and dance at the Delmonico
    Hotel. The club, made up of former residents of Tolna, Rus-
    sia, meets monthly at Washington Federal on Normandy Isle.
    Left to right are Max Fierman, treasurer; Meyer Sigal, vice
    president; Sam Rappaport, president; and Anne Otchet, sec-
    retary, all of Miami Beach.

    Aaron Center. Mr. and Mrs. David and Mrs. Nathaniel Soroff.
    Freedman, Mr. and Mrs. Harry, Moadon president is Irving Shal-
    Perach, Mrs. Anna Sintow, and Dr. \ om.
    banning Wins
    lonor Bachelor's
    Ijoel B. Channing has been wel-
    pned home by his parents, Mr.
    i Mrs. Jules P. Channing, at
    completing his architectural
    lies at the University of Flori-
    m Gainesville, where he was
    arded a Bachelor of Architec-
    e degree with honors.
    Ill is father is known here both
    an architect and an engineer.
    Charming has accumulated a
    ng list of honors and award*.
    e was admitted to the Phi Kap-
    Phi honorary society. The
    erican Institute of Architects
    arded him the A.I.A. silver
    dal runner-up award. Last
    ear, ho received tho J. Hillis
    llor Memorial Scholarship
    ward) as tho "outstanding sen-
    r" of tho entire School of Arch-
    ecturo and Fine Arts. Ho ic-
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    Balist and selected for National
    onor Society. He was selected
    attend Boys State, won the
    |hool Spanish Medal, and receiv-
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    .-don Phi Tau.
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    s' as a graduate student in
    fchitccturnl design, where he
    work toward a Master's de-
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    Jjeach
    Mrs. Nat Bjfh will accept the
    I symbolizing the prtsidencj
    he Miami Beach Chapter of
    h from outgoing presi-
    Miss Liilian Goodman, on
    Monday, noon, at the Deauville
    I, Ceremony will be conduct-
    by Mrs. Mas Schenk, of New
    i .->. na f al vice president
    Hadassah, and chairman for
    h UiyaJ
    Ti hr in.-i ill with Mrs. Barth
    honorary vice presidents and
    .idvisbry council, past presidents:
    Milton Si-kln. Mrs. Arnold
    r Mr-. Oscar Sindell. Mrs. Joseph
    Shapiro. Mrs. Fred Jonas and Miss
    Lillian Goodman.
    Mrs. Maurice Cahn, Mrs. Har-
    old Melnick, Mrs. Hadassah Pass-
    her. Mrs. Henry B. Wernick, Mrs.
    PMlip Thau, and Mrs. Morris
    Kocan. vice presidents; Mrs. Ed
    Lifshin, recording secretary; Mrs.
    .lohan Berman. corresponding sec-
    retary; Mrs. Morris Lencer, soc-
    ial secretary; Mrs. Ira Krivitzin.
    tmanci;l secretary; Mrs. Joseph
    Sugerman, treasurer; Mrs. Harry
    I'latoff, auditor: Mrs. Dorothy
    Krieger Fink, parliamentarian.
    TrU8teOS include Mrs. Morris
    Alpert, Mrs. Ellis Amdur, Mrs.
    Barnett Beckerman, Mrs. Jack
    Davis, Mr Betty Feuer, Mrs.
    Meyer Golden, Mrs. Sanford Jac-
    n Mr- > iel T. Sapiro, Mrs.
    irvir.g We!
    Mrs. Leo Levin, donor chair
    Mrs. Burnett Beckerman.
    I n.raii chairr-'.an; Mrs. Philip
    Thau, chairman tor hostesses and
    Hard I Melnick, arrange-
    chain;.
    A i i igram of opera highlights
    ! pees i by Carol Donn,
    anp; Ruth Williams, contralto;
    in Ro; tenor, and Robert
    Mel herson, lone with Miss
    ei Ban ator and ac-
    i >mpanist.
    Ocation [ be delivered by
    li irotl Irieget Fink, and
    Mr>. Sam 3 ikrais will offer
    tin benedictio: Mrs. Battle Wa
    i er vUl lead in the singinu of i-
    : I and American national an-
    IB.
    \eSi-.e in Hadassah as a young
    lent, Mrs Barth, since coming
    ill-ami Beach eight years ago,
    has served president of the
    Stephen s v>. Group; vice pres-
    ident of Chaj I tr in membership
    administration; recording iec-
    rttary and editor o fthe Miami
    h Chi p "Broadcaater."
    v.. s a \. president of the
    Jewish Teachers Assn. of New
    "i rk City, and also served as a
    sun, I worker, o^mp director, and
    pi rsonnel director of the Teachers
    Voluntary Service Organization
    during the aecond World War.
    Grottp president! are: Bay Har-
    Shirley Kay Pccklin has been
    appointed area representa-
    tive tor the no .v Southeastern
    Regional offices of Brager &
    Company. Headquarters for
    Ih0 securit;-: Hrm, which spe-
    cializes in. Israeli invest-
    ments, und bonds,
    will be loccted at 407 Lincoln
    Rd., Miam; Be^ch.
    MBS. NAT MITH
    bor, Mrs. Gus Roberts; Brandeis
    Group, Mrs. Earl Coplan;Deborah
    Group, presidium: Mrs. Jack
    I'einberg, Mrs. Clarence Freed-
    man, and Mrs. Michael Sossin.
    Esther Group, Mrs. Hattie Safir;
    I. R. Goodman, presidium: Miss
    Evelyn Bro>\n, Miss Hannah Fast-
    man, and Miss Sally Shelist.
    Israeli Group, Mrs. Philip Kap-
    lan; Emma Lazarus Group, Mrs.
    Norman Meyers; Mortor Towers
    Group, Mrs. Samuel S. Goldberg;
    Renanah Group, Mrs. Sherman
    Fast; Hannah Ser.esch Group,
    presidium: Mrs. Frances Ben-
    jamin, Mrs. Samuel Feldman,
    and Mrs. Isadore Lorber.
    Shaloma Group, Mrs. Irwin Sha-
    piro; Southgate Group, Mrs. Jos-
    eph Rosenberg; Herzl Group, Mrs.
    Ben Zeigmund; Henrietta Szold
    Group, Mrs. Herman Feller; Steph-
    en S. Wise Group, Mrs. Harry P.
    Cohen.
    Serving on the committee of the Greater Miami Women's
    Auxiliary, Jewish Home for the Aged, annual donor luncheon
    on Tuesday at the Doral Beach Hotel are (left to right) Mrs.
    Rae Hammerman, donor journal chairman; Mrs. Louis Ma-
    kovsky, program chairman; Mrs. Charlotte Katz, donor journal
    co-chairman, and Mrs. Rose L. Brown, overall donor chair-
    man.
    I hate to admit it but...
    my
    brother-in-law
    is a
    'shlemiehF
    My brother-in-law, Joe, is the sweetest man
    I've ever known. I love him. I love his wife;
    She's my sister. I love their two boys. That's
    why it pains me that |oe can't make a living.
    He works hard and he's not stupid. But he
    just closes his ears and his eyes to life's re-
    alities. Isn't that one way of describing a
    "shlemiehl"?
    Joe has the most fantastic explanations for
    the fall-off in his business. His favorite is the
    weather. It's too hot or too cold; it's too
    rainy or too pleasant. Spring came early or it
    came late. Joe gets lots of customers at his
    neighborhood restaurant and luncheonette;
    the trouble is that far too many of them fail
    to return. What's the explanation? Don't ask
    Joe. He might tell you that it's the Cold War
    he'll never admit that it could be cold soup.
    And his wife is worse than Joe.
    "Abe," she says to me, "don't talk busi-
    ness to Joe tonight. He's had a hard day. This
    isn't the right time." (No time seems to be
    the right time.)
    "Abe, don't get excited," she says to me.
    "It's not good for your heart." (Believe me,
    it's worse for my heart when 1 hold things
    jnside of me.)
    "Abe," she says, "Mamma is coming for
    dinner.' Don't spoil the atmosphere."
    Well, I did spoil the atmosphere. I talked
    up. I mentioned what I thought was a rela-
    tively eajy subject to discuss.
    ")oi'." I said, "whenever I eat in a good
    restaurant, whether it's an expensive estab-
    lishment or a successful diner or hamburger
    stand, I notice one thing. They all serve Heinz
    Ketchup. In your restaurant, you try to save
    a few cents; you serve another kind. It's good
    ketchup," I hastened to add as 1 saw Joe's
    sad expression."Yes,you serve good ketchup,
    but not the best. Surely your customers must
    notice."
    Joe took a pill out of his pocket, gulped it
    down furiously, and gave me one of his typi-
    cal irrelevant answers;
    "Abe, what do you want of me? I run a
    little neighborhood luncheonette. I'm not
    Crossinger's."
    "That's just the point," I answered. "You
    must act like Grossinger's-in the ketchup
    department, that is. All over the world Heinz
    is the best-selling, most popular ketchup. As
    things stand now, when customers eat at
    your restaurant, you almost announce that
    you are saving the few extra pennies that they,
    themselves, spend for ketchup in their own
    homes. Joe," I pleaded, "don't lead with your
    chin. People are influenced by little things.
    They don't stand up and make a speech when
    they're displeased. They don't write you
    poison pen letters. They just go somewhere
    else to eat."
    I call that good advice! But did you change
    Joe? Well, that's the way / changed him. My
    dear brother-in-law reminds me of that
    classic Jewish story, "die vier okshonim," the
    four stubborn men.
    1 wish the ketchup problem was the whole
    trouble with Joe. It's not. It is merely an ex-
    ample. However, my hands are tied and I'm
    afraid that my tongue is tied, too.
    Anyway, thanks for "listening" to my tale
    of woe. To reward you for your patience, 1
    want to send you a mimeographed copy of
    the "vier okshonim" story (in English, of
    course) just in case you have never heard
    thai very funny satirical tale.
    You can reach me by addressing a post-
    cue! oi letter to Abe B., Box 151, Woodmere,
    New York. It's the only address you need;
    I have made all the necessary arrangements
    with the Post Office. You see, I don't want
    to use my real name. Why should l add to
    Joe's miseries?


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    keeping all tenants completely
    Satisfied" Spearing the fes-
    tivities. Joseph Gardner, Dr. sig-
    nuind Klein, Lou Harris and
    David Strichard. and their wives.
    Most "shipwrecked" looking
    couple at the Westbrooke Coun-
    iy Club Shipwreck Party next
    Saturday night will get to make
    a free boat trip to Bimini on the
    Calypso Liner But everyone
    attending will be served a Sail-
    ors Supper.
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    Vacation over for Ida and Sam
    >
    Perfectly timed to coincide with National Library Week, these
    Tri-City civic leaders planned a gala installation of officers of
    friends of Surf-Bal-Bay Library, held at the Surfside Town
    Hall. Shown seated are (left to right) president. Mrs.
    William Maxwell; treasurer, Mrs. Freda G. Levine; and re-
    cording secretary, Mrs. Harry Linsky, double-checking the
    final arrangements as Judqe Theodore Nelson, chairman of
    the coordinating committee, and Dr. Irving D. Bernstein, fi-
    nancial vice president, look on.
    Library Group
    Installs Officers
    Knends of Surf-Bal-Bay Library
    conducted installation ceremonies
    ..: the Surfside Town Hall at the
    tame time, the group's program to
    create a library was initiated.
    Mis William Maxwell, heading
    tl c organisation, said that "we
    relied our effort during Na-
    dents, Maurice Green, Freda G
    Levine and Mrs. David Exley; cor-
    responding secretary. Elaine [
    Stout: recording secretary. Mrs.
    Harry Linsky; linaneial secretary.;
    Mrs. John Canfield: and treasurer.
    Mrs. Thelma Mcrris.
    Honorary hoard members are
    Mas or and Mis. Shepard Broad.
    Mayor and Mrs. Sidney King. May
    or and Mrs. Herbert White. Georgl
    Storer. Mr. and Mrs. James Knight
    Sr. and Dr
    :: iral Library Week to focus at- Charles Clements.
    lention on the need for expanded Venches._________
    facilities to serve adults and chil-
    en alike in our fast-growing
    ea
    lodge Theodore Nelson, presi-
    111-elect, named to direct the co
    linating committee, added that
    e regard every week of the year
    Library Week. But. to re-
    iphasize the tremendous charac-
    r-huilding value of our city li-
    Ihi.iiy. it is good to pause and cval-
    late the advantages we enjoy
    whenever we can enter such a
    I "H house of vast knowledge and
    Iso all of its facilities."
    Dr, Irving D. Bernstein, who will
    ervc as the group's financial vice
    ident, pointed out another ej-
    ect of the community library.
    regular use of the library is
    i! inifestation of the democratic
    -. the freedom of each tit
    zen to read and to think as he
    ule for himself, about any
    be choi so."
    projects, according to
    Irs Maxwell, are de\eIopment of
    te reading area for smaller
    111 and establishment ot ;,
    ihip iiimi tor deserving stu-
    i
    installed are vice presi-
    Technion Groups
    Tell of Activities
    Leo Rutstein, southeast regional j
    director of American Technion I
    Society, will speak on Sunday, in'
    Daytona Beach before a group of
    mothers representing Sunday
    schools. PTA's, and religious in-1
    stitutions.
    The newly organized South Dade
    Chapter, headed by Mrs. Morton
    Fellman. will hold its first installa
    tion luncheon at Stewart's for,
    Sloak. 5859 SW 73rd Ave So. Mi
    ami, on Friday. May 17.
    Installation of officers of the Mi-
    ami Beach Women's Divi-ion of
    Technion has been set for Friday,
    Jure 7. at the Doral Beach Hotel.
    Mrs. Louis Glasser, president ot
    the men's chapter, and Mis. Philip
    Thau, Miami Beach Women's pres-
    ident, headed the Florida delega-
    tion to the recent national planning
    conference of the American Tech-
    nion Society held in Chicago.
    Original Play by
    Beth Am Sisterhood
    An original play, written and di-
    rected by Joan Schwnrtzman will
    be presented at Temple Beth Am
    Sisterhood's annual Mother's Day
    luncheon Wednesday, noon, in the
    Temple auditorium. Co-chairmen
    are Mrs. Daniel France and Mrs.
    Carol Wellins, and reservations
    may be made in the Temple office.
    Appearing In 11- ihow are Mrs. I
    '.'> Iliishi.in. Mr. and Mix. AJau
    KfSH er, .Mr. anil Mr*. .Miivln St.in.
    .Mi.-. Martin Fbiher, Urn. Richard Al-
    i. I1 and tint. ECU Qonitan, Mrs.
    Martin Sachs, Cantor Charles 8
    C -alknff, Mr. and Mrs. Paul Knhan,
    1 i Htanlpy Wellins, Kobrrl Sowinan,
    larr) Rubs ami Joseph Broad. Mrs.
    ..i],-II Mun. ..< .ii ih, uraun.
    N.\ .i. .oil siM.-i'i......i officer?
    i. Mm i:..i.i it Newman, president:
    Hi raising "residents, m .-. Daniel
    'ranee and Mrs. Richard Alper; vice
    i.Mio-. Mrs, Jack Dulberc, Mrs.
    .'.iw:.:.i Beharns, and Mrs, Jack FYee-
    financial secretary, Mrs. Mor-
    ion Notarius; recording secretary,
    >i Joseph Altsrhuller; correspond-
    na secretary, Mrs. Milton Levlnson;
    treasurer, Mrs. Robert Oarvett.
    Board members: Mrs. Paul Kahan.
    Mrs. Jerome Ananol, Mrs. Donald
    arl n, Mrs. Rob, ,t tioldstein, Mrs.
    I.en I.:. 11l>. Mrs. Carol vv. liins. Mrs.
    Minn Vleiier, Mrs. Kla tilukstad,
    \ls. l red Kegal, Mrs. Kidney Lelbo-
    nits, Mrs. Ira Ruokman, Mrs. Htan-
    . \ Hill., it. Mrs. l.i.uls Cillls. Mis.
    alas c.ii.hii. Mis. Qeorite Malln, Mrs.
    Edward Rubin, Mrs. Alan (Ceasler,
    Mrs. Bam i"...\ ami Mrs. Byron Cher-
    Room mothers of Temple Beth
    Am Religious School were honor-
    ed during services last Friday
    evening sponsored by VIP's, Mrs.
    Gerald Rosen, president.
    Each mother received a floral
    olfering during the ceremony con-
    ducted by Rabbi Herbert Baum-
    gard, and a tribute in song by the
    choir of the month led by Cantor
    Charles S. Kodner.
    Married Group Hosted
    A bar-h-quc party for members
    of the recently organized Young
    Married Group of Temple Beth
    Am was hosted by newly-elected
    president Michael Waxier and his
    wife on Saturday evening, Apr. 20,
    in their home at 1535 SW 16t'i St.
    Utiests were Mr. and Mrs. Bdward
    l'. Mmnn, Ml and Mrs. William
    I Mr "I Mrs, 'arl Spata, Mr
    and Mrs Robert Winter, Mr. and
    i;.iil Wiener, Dr, and Mra. Wll-
    liow, Mr. and Mrs Richard
    VVInokur, I >i. and Mrs. Joseph Am-
    Mr. and Mrs. Barry Lelbowlta,
    and Mis levin Lesser, Mr. and
    \! h, 1'lnl Coleman, Mr. and Mra,
    Ronald Llpton, Mr. and Mrs. Rich-
    .... i.i.ilririus. Mr. and Mrs. Richard
    -i |.i. > and Mr. ami Mrs. lalwanl
    si,-i n.
    Brooks who have returned to
    New York where Sam's firm
    makes those luscious furs given
    away on the popular morning
    TV show "Say When" While
    here, they concentrated on the
    Bossa Nova with Sam's sister
    and her family, Beverly and Ben
    Leff of Homestead, and Elaine
    and Lenny Leff of No. Miami
    Beach Localite Allan Lasker.
    Ida's brother, completed the
    dancing circle .
    Another faithful winter visi-
    tor, Mrs. Sadie Heifetz. has left
    lor her home in Chicago ... To
    devoted daughters Blanche (Mrs.
    Harry) Linsky and Ruth (Mrs.
    Charles) Jacobson, her 5-month
    stay seemed, as usual, all too
    brief.

    Top priority on Lillian and
    Samuel Simonhoff's list of'
    "things to see" while in Israel
    given to the Hebrew U's campus
    with particular attention to the
    Jewish National and University
    Library Lillian is president
    here of the Women's Division of
    Mrs. Kimmel President
    New president of the Anna
    Miller Circle of Miami Beach is
    Mrs. Marvin L. K-mmel. The
    group, composed of female mem-
    bers of the Elks families, has as
    its project the support of the crip-
    pled children's home at Umatilla.
    rove
    the American Friends of Jlie
    rlebrew U and the Library is the
    group's project .
    They said it couldn't be done,
    but Bess managed to keep "her
    inner thoughts" from phycholo-
    gist husband Dr. Seymour Blu-
    menthal ... So he was truly
    surprised at the birthday cake
    and circle of friends and fam-
    ily which greeted him gaily at
    dinner Next birthday hurdle,
    the adorable Blumenthal grand-
    children, Glenn Stuart Fleischer,
    4, and Nancy Elise Wolff. 3,
    share a May 17th natal day.
    a a
    Mrs. Samuel (Fannie) From-
    mer, convalescing at her home,
    10110 W. Bay Harbor Dr., after
    being confined to North Shore
    General Hospital for three week-.
    Cardiac Auxiliary
    Hosts Open House
    Members of the Women's Auxil-
    iary, National Children's Cardiac
    i Hospital, will act as hostesses at
    the hospital's open house on Tues-
    day.
    The auxiliary is at present
    launched on a recruiting program
    for volunteers to be trained for
    | in-patient aid, clinical assistance
    1 and administrative services in the
    hospital.
    Chairmen of hospital activities
    are Mrs. Sol Goldberg and Mrs.
    Herman Marks.
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    THE women's division of all the
    * Greater Miami B*nai B'rith
    groups held a dedication service
    Sunday afternoon at the Hillel
    iiouse at the University of Mi-
    ami. Dr. Don Michaelson, spiri-
    tual leader and director of Hillel
    iiouse was a guest speaker. A
    program of Hebrew folk songs
    plus a demonstration of several
    Israeli folk dances by the Hillel
    Dance Group rounded out the
    afternoon's festivities.
    Mrs. Alfred Reich, president of
    the Women's Chapters of District
    5 was the main speaker of the
    day. The gathering was called
    for the dedication of new drapes
    for Hillel House, lobby and
    H. Weintraubs
    Feted Before Trip
    A bon voyage buffet in honor
    of Mr. and Mrs. Herman Wein-
    traub. who are leaving for an ex-
    tended trip through Europe and
    Israel, la being sponsored by Agu-
    djth Israel Hebrew Institute on
    Sunday, 7:30 p.m.. at the Syna-
    gogue.
    Rabbi Hirsth Ever will be mas-
    ler of ceremonies at the affair,
    and William Cohen, acting presi-
    dent, and Mrs. Frances Ullian,
    Sisterhood president, will be Con
    negation and Sisterhood hosts.
    President of the Synagogue for
    utmost six years, and active in
    Zionist and philanthropic commun-
    ,ty projects, Weintraub will re-'
    crive a citation expressing "the
    gratitude of the Synagogue for his
    long and loyal activities for the
    progress and growth of the or-
    ganization."
    Admission is free and the pub-
    lic is irvited to participate in the
    the testimonial to the Weintraubs.
    chapel. For the day Mrs. Reich |
    chose a beige silk shirtwaist with
    touches of brown at the belt and i
    neckline. A deeper shade of |
    brown was in the dotted silk!
    chiffon scarf worn in an ascot'
    manner at the neckline.
    A turquoise silk sheath wasi
    worn by Mrs. Rose Corey, while
    Mrs. Esther Lerman chose a
    three piece ensemble. A silk
    print in red. gold and blue on a
    beige background was worn by
    Mrs. Harriet Spector. Mrs. Max
    Kern chose a pink silk jacket
    dress with white chalk heading
    accenting her scooped neckline
    and repeated as detailing on her
    jacket. An aqua silk accented
    with pearl and gold jewelry was
    the choice of Mrs. Lester Arkin.
    i *
    lulRS. Oscar Rosenthal chose
    " a three piece moygashel en-
    semble in pink. Her sheath skirt
    featured an overblouse bodice
    and a matching colored jacket.
    Sand colored was Mrs. Ben Gold-
    field's chambray shirtwaist, with
    it's popular full skirt.
    Mrs. Robert Litt's linen shift
    was in ice blue with accents of
    white. Mrs. Sidney Tepcr was
    another of the women who chose
    the popular shirtwaist for the af-
    ternoon. Her's was cotton and
    in a frosted yellow color. A
    black and white abstract print
    was the choice of Miss Helen
    Silverstein. Her shift was of an
    imported cotton.
    Black and white was the choice
    of Mrs. Flora Sinik. Mrs. Harry
    Dickit's arnel jersey shift featur-
    ed a foliage print in tones and
    shades of greens on white. Mrs.
    Dorothy Aronovitz wore a two
    piece ensemble of blush pink moy-
    gashel linen with white applique
    cascading down the bodice.
    Communal Worker
    Given Bon Voyage
    Mrs. Celia Beckerman. of 335
    Washington Ave., was honored
    with a bon voyage party at the
    Workman's Circle Lyceum last
    week. Mrs. Beckerman is sailing
    May 24 from New York City on
    the SS Zion for a five-month visit
    in Israel with relatives and former
    Miami Beach friends now living
    there.
    A life member of the Hemo-
    philia Group, Shaloma Group of
    Hadassah, Greater Miami Women's
    Auxiliary, Jewish Home tor the
    Aged, Mrs. Beckerman is a past
    president of the Pioneer Women,
    Club 1, Emunah Chapter, Eastern
    Star, Sunshine Group. Rebeccas,
    Golden Ring Club 1, and the Work-
    men's Circle School for Children,
    Branch 692 Women's Club.
    Mrs. Beckerman came to Miami
    Beach from Pittsburgh in 1940.
    She has two sons, Paul and Alfred
    Katz; two daughters, Mrs. Charles
    Dernis and Mrs. Hy Chodock; nine
    grandchildren, and three great-'
    grandchildren, all of Miami Beach.
    Headed for a career in journalism is charming University of
    Miami senior Elayne Gilbert, shown with Gov. Faris Bryant
    (left) at a recent social function held at Miami Beach. Her
    father. Henry Gilbert (right), is an insurance analyst and a
    16-year member of the Million Dollar Round Table. Elayne
    has been news editor of the student publication, "The Hurri-
    cane," for two years, made the Dean's List for superior
    scholarship, and has been included in the 1963 edition of
    "Who's Who in U.S. Colleqes and Universities." Elayne's
    mother is president of the North Dade ORT Chapter. The busy
    Gilberts live at 12670 NE Miami PL, No. Miami.
    Lorber Chapter Donor Luncheon
    largest facilities in the nation for
    treatment of youthful intractable
    asthmatics, and its research in-
    stitute is dedicated solely to
    asthma-allergies research.
    Annual donor luncheon of Lor-
    ber Chapter. Children's Asthma
    Research Institute and Hospital in
    Denver, took place last Tuesday at
    the Doral Country Club. Chairman
    oi the event was Mrs. Irvin Block.
    In her report. Mrs. Marvin Gub- i ,
    crman, president, announced that | SlftM Nursery School PlCMC
    during the past year the chap-
    ter, through service and fund-rais-
    ing, has sent $8,000 to the Home.
    The hospital-home is one of the
    On Friday, from 9 to 11:30 a.m.,
    Temple Sinai Nursery School will
    hold its annual picnic at Grcy-
    hold's Park.
    MISS BARBARA SIMON
    A personal gift
    with taste.
    Gift packed for Mother's Day: Barton s famous Bartonette
    Chocolate Miniature assortment. 1 lb., $2.00. One of
    many individual gifs by
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    Barbara Simon
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    Herbert Lee Simon, 835 Mariana
    Ave.. are announcing the betroth
    al this week.
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    versity of Miami, Barbara also
    attended the University of Flor-
    ida.
    Her fiance is the son of Mrs.
    Ben Zarr. 1440 Certosa Ave., and
    the late Ben Zarr. He attends
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    Jewish Family Service of Brow-
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    fare Federation of Hollywood or
    the United Fund of Broward Coun-
    ty are members of Jewish Family
    Service and were invited.
    A short business meeting took
    place during which the nominat-
    ing committee gave its report,
    and Louis Cautin, executive direc-
    tor, spoke on the agency's case-
    load and services. Guest speaker
    was Dr. Lester Reiser, psychaitric
    consultant to Jewish Family Ser-
    vice. Dr. Reiser was introduced
    by Mrs. Robert Berger, chairman
    of the annual meeting.
    Jewish Family Service has been
    operating as an independent Brow-
    ard County social agency since
    Jan. 1, with an interim Board of
    Directors presided over by Milton
    Forman. The organization is lo-
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    Friday. May 10, 1963
    Pearly Gait
    by Hal

    GOLFERS PARADISE: I wonder if there's a better buy in the
    iw'.l tbar right here in your own -backward*" AH winter long our
    '-om out-of stale enjoy the lush life at cur plush oceanfront
    hosteJnes. But the> pay a commensurate tariff to enjoy the fine state
    of thetr stays Now. with the summer rates in effect, we lucky local-
    izes can take advantage of the best vacation buys anywhere right
    here From Friday to Sunday night, families can enjoy the luxury ac-
    coauscdatiocs of any of our top hotels at bargain rates. They include
    all the goH you can cram into a weekend on the finest courses in
    Florida, with no art to te* off.
    The kids II love the activity at the cabana clubs, and the free-
    dom of ravin* en beach or at patlsidt under watchful eyas IHa-
    werris and children's coumtlon. If* a reol vacation or moon and
    pop. three days *** wfthavt a car* about meal-planning or
    marketing.
    A.-ooj the finer fo!f cour--e in the area are those at the Diploma:
    Hotel, the Doral Country Club and at Westbrooke.
    And for the getters ho cant take advantage of the wonderful
    hotel buvs. incindms the free fotf an private coarse*, the pabbc cours-s
    -re u: excellent shape and free of the crowds that held up pUy in the
    winter

    Open to the public without charge, the Unn-ersaty of Miami S> n>
    nbonic Band. -The Band of the Hoer."" wfll prejent its aanua] spring
    concert en May IS at 8 p m. at Dade County Aaditommv
    Drawing good attendance at the hUyfair, Ni mandn. Parkway
    r-i Sunset Art Theatre is "Sundays and CybaHa." feature present*-
    tien bemg held over "No Emit" follows on the 24th at the May-
    fair. Normandie and Sunset.
    Getting more and more popular each week is Westbrooke Country
    s Friday .ver.me traditional dinners in the Golden Key restau-
    The Golden Key u open on Saturday and Sunday evening? for
    pr.ced : :rners. The room is open to botn mtmbers
    the general public There is dancing on Saturday evening.
    Charlie Jacobson has been elected to the Board of Directors of
    the Florida Chapter of the Public Relations Society of America. A
    pubtic relations consultant since 1*44 in South Florida, the likeable
    Charii- was a charter member and treasurer of the American Pub-
    lic Relations Association, which later merged with PRSA.
    Frank Grazian:. owner of the Continental in West End. NJ..
    came f*re quite a few years ago. planning to loaf the entire winter
    . Three da>s a- all he could stand of that, so he began as a floor
    captain at Maxim'i m Subside and has returned there every winter
    since Ha^ to adm:t it isn't the money, he just loves the restaurant
    Left lo rigbJ rre Dr. Arthur Gilbert, cf the Physicians Division,
    Paul Ecraet: Office Supplies and Printing Division, and Ernes*.
    Jct.j. co-chairman ci the 1963 Combined Jewish Appeal,
    hows during a report meeting at Federation headquarters.
    Following the meeunr. leaders manned the phones for a brief
    "Dialathcn" session, which resulted in an additional S10.0O0
    above the figure announced during the
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    Eighteen Hebrew Accdemy Women sponsors
    for the Bock cf Life are shown dedicating a
    brick for life book at a Brick and Binyan Bank
    hincheon launching a S50.000 campaign for
    the endowing of the new Hebrew Academy
    kitchen. Front row lleft to right' are Mesdames
    Pauline Grandwerg. Louis Merwitzer, Joseph
    Shapiro. Samuel Reinhard, Frieda Koch, and
    Julius Rosenstein, Binyan Bank chairman.
    Back row Heft to right) are Mesdames Olga
    Putz. Harry Genet, Alexander S. Gross, Anne
    Berkowitz, Samuel Cohen, Leonard Rosen,
    chairman, Jacob Katz, Abraham Mason. M.
    H. Rosenhouse and Irving Firtel. Not shown
    are Mesdames Maurice Goldberg, ?-ichel
    Gropen and Henry Gewitz.
    Pinski Folk School
    Dinner and Concert
    Dmner and concert on Saturday.
    6pm. May 18. final season activ-
    ity for the David Pinski Folk
    School. will be held at the Far-
    band Center, 842 Washington Ave
    Louis Schwartzman, executive di-
    rector of the Bureau of Jewish
    Education, will be guest speaker.
    Musicale will feature Hayim
    and Sarah Freshko singing Jew
    ish and Hebrew selections; Mich
    ael Gibson. Yiddish artist: Chayelc
    Grober of the Hebrew Habima.
    . Aida Yaslow at the piano:
    Philip Nashkin. and students of
    the David Pinski Folk School in
    .--..tations by Jewish pot'-
    Beach B'nai B'rrtk Worn
    Schedule Installalha fvenf
    Combined donor and ir.-'allation
    luncheon of Miami Beach Chapter
    ol B'nai B'rith Women w.LI be
    held on Tuesday, noon, at the
    Deauville Hotel.
    New slate headed by Mrs. Sally-
    Fisher will be installed by Mrs.
    Gerald Soltz, past District presi-
    dent.
    A musical program will :>e pre-
    sented.
    Mai aarrz
    Hertz Candidate
    In Beach Election
    Hal Hertz" campaign for Miami
    Beach Council moved forward this
    week as he opened campaign head-
    quarters and named key person
    ML
    Hertz announced his advocacy
    of a new- police sub-station in the
    fa-t growing North Shore area in
    a speech to the Normandy I
    Improvement Association at the
    Normandy Shores Golf Course.
    He aIo advocated a complete
    reappraisal of the dt] I muniei-
    pal parking system. A reevahu-
    of the parking program in all
    South Shore,
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    well-being : Miami 3each. Hertz
    d.
    Campaign headqu-:
    beer, opened at 1201 ;ton
    Ave Hertz named Ger aid
    I to head up his campaign
    rent
    counsellor, to manage the head
    quartern.
    Hertz, executive vice president
    of one of the Southeast's foremost
    advertising acd tourist promotion
    firms, told the Civic League Tues
    day that the city needs a "dras-
    tically stepped up convention bu-
    reau, publicity program and spec-
    ial events department, to meet the
    competition of both Caribbean na-
    tions and other areas in Florida.
    Social Club Fetes
    Mother's Day
    Miami Friendly Social Club will
    have a Mother's Day celebration
    on Sunday. 2 p.m.. at the Beth
    El social hall.
    Entertainment will be presented
    by the Michaels Dance Studio.
    Also during the afternoon birth
    rays and anniversaries of the fol-
    lowing will be celebrated- Mr and
    Mrs Joseph Braff. Mr. and Mrs.
    Arthur Bro-*n. Mr and Mrs Max
    Glick. Mr. and Mrs. Sam K
    Minnie Stieglitz. Mr- G
    ftr, Mrs. Sarah Polaik. Mr
    Mn A Friedman and Mr
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    Zamora Graduation
    Set for Sunday
    Graduation exercises for the pre-
    confirmation class at Temple Za-
    mora will be held on Sunday even
    ing. May 19.
    Lester Shapiro, chairman of the
    Religious School board, will pre
    sent the graduation certificates.
    nd Rabbi Hcrshel Brook*, spin
    tual leader of the Temple, will
    present honor certificates for
    scholarship and perfect attend
    a nee.
    Graduating students include Al-
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    Friday, May 10, 1963
    Louis Merw'rtzer to
    Head Academy
    Loui Merv. itz'.-r was urTanimons
    1> reflected t-> ?erve as president
    ol the Hebrew Academy for the
    1963-6* school year at a meeting!
    Sunday morning.
    Merwitzer served as chairman,
    of the Academy one million dollar1
    i:impnign for the new building at,
    24th S*. and Pine Tree Dr.
    In ai'ceptin;" the presidency for
    the second term Merwitzer said.
    1 consider the Hebrew Academy
    the greatest unifying force in the
    community. It is the only school -
    in which children with different
    ideological backgrounds meet to
    -tudy our faith and heritage.
    "Since th Hebrew Academy is
    a community school and not con-
    nected with ary synagogue or
    temple I call upon the citizens
    of eke Greater Miami area to
    lend their support to Our Acad-
    emy which is the only school of
    its kind in the southeastern re-
    gion of the United States."
    B. I. Binder, honorary president
    nd chairman of the Nominations
    X U**i*ii fgrsrSHIS^n
    Page 1 IB
    Marcia Cypen
    Michael Drapftin Seymon Greenberg Roslyn Nexer
    lorry Kuciyrnski
    Joel Reich
    Roy Ce/ber
    JQar LOUIS MlRWITltR
    I ommittee, presented the slate of
    i mi. rs and director! on behalf
    committee.
    Leonard Kosen win act as chair
    ol the board f directors; and
    ice Revitz. chairman of the
    i xccutive committee for the forth-
    i year.
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    .i .1... ; ; m Meyer*, audit01
    i '. .'. .i i., sen. Abe
    'f. ll. ini r Haaoh, V.\ l Sergei.
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    \ do Mhepard Broad,
    I in. Jack \ Cantor,
    i i.-i \,\. nj Mor-
    ibh i. i.. i lublln, Herman
    Bin .1 Ptnkel, Jacob
    Mai 11'. ienet, Ben Bion
    KM1 ntnutiunt. Mori In
    i M.i in i .:. i.Ii.iik.
    tt'llll i toldab hi Jon i.i.
    fSera .; i eenbera;, Henn
    .". Max '. i nann, at. I. Har-
    ix.Heel ii. man Jablon, Mil-
    Donna Samuelson
    Saturday morning services, May
    11, at Temple judea, conducted by
    Rabbi Mordecai Podet, will include
    the Bas Mitzvah of Donna Helene
    Samuelson.
    A seventh grade student at
    Ponce Junior High, Donna plays
    flute in the school band.
    Mr. and .Mrs. Joseph Samuel-
    son, 2725 SW 36th Ave., will host
    the Kiddush following the cere-
    mony in their daughter's honor.
    Joel Reichman
    Dr Irving Lehrman will offic-
    iate at the B;:r Mitzvah of Joel,
    son of Mrs. Ruth Reichman and
    the late Dr. Irving Reichman and
    grandson of Mrs. Ray Reichman,
    during services on Saturday morn-
    ing, May 11, at Temple Emanu-
    El.
    Joel is a siuaent at Ida If, Fish-
    er Junior High where he was
    elected Fisher's "Finest'' of the
    eighth grade, and is the eighth
    grade representative to the PTA.
    He is interested in sports of all
    kinds.
    The celebrant will be honored
    al a reception at the Sans Souci
    Hotel following the ceremony.
    *
    Lawrence Kuczynski
    Rabbi Solomon Schiff will offic-
    iate at the Bar Mitzvah of Law-
    rence, son of Mr. and Mrs. Israel
    Kuczynski, 1539 SW 16th St.. dur-
    ing services Saturday morning,
    May ll. at Congregation Beth EL
    The celebrant attended the Con-
    gregation's Religious School and is
    now a student at Hebrew Acad-
    emy
    A reception Saturday evening at
    the Royal Hungarian Restaurant
    on Miami Beach will honor the
    Bar Mitzvah.
    : | :.-.
    Roslyn Nexer
    Friday evening services. May 10,
    at Temple Ner Tamid, will include
    the Bas Mitzvah of Roslyn Nexer
    With Rabbi Eugene Labovitz of-
    ficiating.
    Roslyn is a student at Nautilus
    Junior High and the Temple's Re-
    ligious School.
    Mr. and Mrs. Max Nexer, 7509
    Buccaneer Ave., will host a re-
    ception in their daughter's honor
    following the ceremony,
    e e e
    Marcia Cypen
    Bas Mitzvah of Marcia Kay,
    daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Harry
    Cypen, will be celebrated on Sat-
    urday morning, May 11, in the
    main sanctuary at Beth David Con-
    gregation. Rabbi Norman N.
    Shapiro will officiate.
    A straight A honor student^t
    Shenandoah Junior High, Marcia
    plays violin in the school orches-
    tra. Now a senior in the Beth
    David Religious School, the cele-
    brant has a perfect attendance
    record since starting pie-kinder-
    garten at tho age of 4Mi.
    Following the Friday evening
    and Saturday morning services,
    Mr. and Mrs. Cypen will host the
    Oneg Shabbat and Kiddush. and on
    Saturday evening, a reception in
    Spcctor Hall.
    Michael Drapkin
    Beth Torah Congregation will be,
    the site of the Bar Mitzvah of i
    Michael Samuel Drapkin during;
    services on Saturday morning, j
    morning, May 11, conducted by i
    Rabbi Max A. Lipschitz.
    Son of Mr. and Mrs. Morris G.
    Drapkin, 1045 NE 176th St., the
    celebrant is a student at North
    Miami Beach Junior High.
    e
    Roy Gelber
    Roy. son of Mr. and Mrs. Sidney
    Gelber. will observe his Bar Mitz-
    vah on Saturday morning. May 11.
    al Temple Emanu El with Dr. Irv-
    ing Lehrman officiating.
    A seventh grade student at Ida
    M. Fisher Junior High, Roy is a
    member of the sports committee.
    He is captain of his class volley-
    ball team, on the seventh grade
    All Star Volleyball Team, and is
    also interested in fishing and coin
    collecting.
    The celebrant win be honored
    j at a reception Sunday at the Se-
    ville Hotel.
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    Seyman Greenberg
    On Saturday morning. May 11,
    during services at Young Israel of
    , Greater Miami conducted by Rab-
    bi Sherman Stauber, Seyman
    i Greenberg will observe his Bar
    Mitzvah.
    Son of Mr. and Mrs. Harry
    Greenberg, 430 NE 159th St., Scy
    I man is an honor student at North
    Miami Beach Junior High and is
    a member of the school band.
    He will be honored at a party
    given by his parents.
    c
    Nei! Green
    Temple Emanu-El will be the
    site of the Bar Mitzvah of Neil,
    son of Mr. and Mrs. Sol Green,
    during Mincha services on Satur-
    day, May 11, 6:45 p.m., conducted
    by Dr. Irving Lehrman.
    A seventh grade student at Ida
    M. Fisher Junior High, the cele-
    brant is interested in sports and
    stamp collecting.
    He will be honored at a recep-
    tion in his home.
    Leonard Elias
    Leonard, son of Mr. and Mrs
    Harry Elia.-. and grandson of
    Nathan Elias, will be Bar Mitzvah
    on Saturday morning. May 11, with
    Rabbi Alfred Waxman officiat-
    ing.
    A seventh grade honor student
    at West Miami Junior High, Leon-
    ard plans to continue his studies
    in the Temple Confirmation Class
    He will be honored at the Kid-
    dush following the services.
    Beth Kodesh Honors mothers
    Mothers, grandmothers and chil-
    dren will be honored at a Mother's
    Day breakfast on Sunday at 10
    a.m. at Beth Kodesh Congrega-
    tion.
    In the evening, the film "Laugh-
    ter Through Tears" with Michel
    Rosenberg, will be shown.
    H i ob Kats, ;" ice
    I. Willis Kim.. Bam Kol -
    Bernard Kata, Uddor (Cramer,
    Jos-uli Kr.r -. dr. hxvln 11. Ma-
    k..\~Lv. William Mechanic, I H. Mell-
    in.in. Al. \ Mill. i. Mi.iriM B. Mill. i.
    Morrla Naah, Henn Penchanaky, Ju-
    . itiikin Harrj Rown. M. ll. i: >--
    enhouae, Julius Roeenatetiii Bemuel
    Koaner.
    Ami Nathan Rottenbenr, Seymour
    Rubin, siiii., Rublnowlts, Louli Itutl-
    iii.-u, in M .1 Bafra, t rank s. nnel-
    der, Rabbi Bolomon Srliiff. Herbert B
    Rhaplro, Rev. Joseph Bhaplro, Sam
    Shapiro, Benjamin Sherry. ToMaa
    sun..ii Harry Blmonhoff, laldon Spot"
    i. r. .1.11, Suaaman, Morrln Waldman,
    Samuel Waldman, Nat Wolf, Philip
    WeifM, Abraham Varmark.
    Kl, t. .1 t.i I I .i- I'l IWtl ~ JOH-
    . nil Applebaum, fanel Aecher, l.ai -
    ii,- iii.i-1,. i n. Max Cohen, I 'i. l:-n-
    i mi n i 'oli in.in. .1 hi.i I iener, Abe
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    Fox, Isidore Friedman, Abe Oefter.
    Harry unman, Meyei Qoldsteln, Mor-
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    David Levlnson, I >i. Milton Lubarr,
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    l>r. Nathunh-I Soroff, Michael Toe.-,
    Herman Welntraub, Morrla Zactln.
    Installation of officers and di-
    rectors will take place Sunday
    evening, May 26 at the Deauville
    Hotel.
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    Julian Weinkle, chairman of the board of the Bank of Dacle Coun-
    ty, is the new president of the I niversity of Miami Citizens Board for
    l!M>3-64 Directors Include Miami Beach public relations ace Hank
    Meyer ... Dr. Saul H. Mendloviti, Rutgers professor of law, on the
    1 M campus gave a week-long series of lectures on the problems of
    world peace.
    Robert Gelberg, editor and founder of the University of Miami's
    Tempo magazine 14 years ago. is moving his highly successful photo-
    graphy studios from Miami Beach to Kendall.
    Mel Richardson, new president of the Normandy Isles Home Own-
    ers Association, presided at a meeting of the group at the Normandy
    Shores golf course recently.
    It's anniversary time in Miami Beach this summer Charlie
    Bookbinder planning the 10th for Pumpernik's restaurant and pantry
    . and the city is getting set for its 50th anniversary in two years
    . Judge Albert Dubbin and Mrs. Dubbin relaxed at the Safety Har-
    bor Spa near Clcarwatcr last week, and beamed at news of his son's
    and grandson's activities in the state legislature sessions ... Ed Me'-
    niker of Mercantile National Bank totalled up some $1,000 raised for
    Variety Children's Hospital at a Tuesday night card party at the Aleiers.
    Eugene Garfield of Bay Harbor Islands was cited by the Heart
    Association at a Monday night dinner at the Dupont Plaza Hotel .
    Also on Independence Day. Miami Beach Lodye of B'nai B'rilh will
    hold its annual celebration at Flamingo Park, with vice president Joe
    Goodman and past president Ted Trushin already at work Metro
    gommlltnionm Harold Spaet heads the Mother's Day committee for the
    Beaoh lodjje of the Elks.
    Men's Club of National Children's Cardiac Hospital and the Beach
    l>oth have hi nkcn charit) stagings of "Cleopatra" Miss Uni-
    headquarters hotels will be the Fontainebleau, DiLido, Nautilus
    Shelborne.
    Lakeside Memorial
    Holds Mother's Day
    Special Services
    Lakeside Memorial Par!?, af*NW
    25th St. and 103rd Ave., will con-
    duct a special Mother's Day Mem-
    orial Service on Sunday at 1 p.m.
    Rabbi Morton Maluvsky of the
    Israelite Center will officiate and
    the Jewish community of Greater
    Miami is welcome to participate in
    the Mother's Day service.
    The invitation is not limited to
    plot owners, but is extended by
    Lakeside Memorial to all who with
    to have a prayer said for loved
    ones.
    Marvin Roth Lodge of B'nai B'rith presents a number of vol-
    umes to the Judaica shelf of the Daytona Beach Junior Col-
    lege Library. Left to right are Rabbi Norman H. Diamond, of
    Temple Beth El. Daytona Beach, Leon F. Fordham, college
    librarian; Dean Robert W. Whetstone; and Rabbi B. Leon
    Hurwitz. former spiritual leader of Temple Zamora, Coral
    Gables, and now of Daytona.
    After Successful Hotel Career
    Gefters Take Leave of Absence
    An address by Rep Claude Pep-
    per will highlight a dinner and
    bi sinesa gathering of the Florida
    Slate Council of Senior Citizens
    d: Saturday, May 11, at the Shel-
    pome Hotel. The Miami Beach
    'lit initiates the first annual
    1 tion of the Florida organi-
    lation.
    On Sundav, May 12. Pepper will
    pi oduce his congressional col-
    iic-, Rep. Richard Boiling
    [l n Mo i, at a mass rally in the
    liami Beach Auditorium. The
    At a recent installation meeting of the Senior Citizens Associ-
    ation of Miami Beach in the Algiers Hotel are (left to right)
    Metro Commissioner Alex Gordon; Mrs. Lenu Mintzes. pres-
    ident; Judge Jack Falk; and Metro Commissioner Chuck Hall.
    ten. Pepper Talks To Senior Citizens
    meeting will mark the first major
    effort of the state's senior citi-
    zens to enlist general public sup-
    port for President Kennedy's Med-
    icare bill.
    Pepper and Boiling are two of
    the strongest advocates of the
    Medicare proposal in Congress
    Pepper and many other political
    figures invited to the conclave
    will take part in convention busi-
    ness sessions.
    Announcement of Pepper's ac-
    ceptance was made bv Michael
    Sossin, state secretary of the Flor-
    ida Council, and Max Friedson,
    convention chairman.
    "Miami Beach was chosen for
    this convention and rally of the
    State group," Sossin said, "be-
    cause of the growing number of
    senior citizens pouring into South
    Florida to make their homes."
    Boiling, considered one of the
    leading spokesmen for progressive
    and liberal forces in the House of
    Representatives today, recently led
    a successful fight to seat two pro-
    Medicare Congressmen on the
    House Ways and Means Commit-
    tee.
    An eight term Congressman,
    Boiling has served on the Joint
    I Economic Committee and, in 1961,
    1 received a distinguished service
    ! award from the American Political
    Science Association.
    Following twenty years in the
    hotel business in this area. Mr.
    Abe Getter has announced his re-
    tirement from the local scene for
    the present.
    Together with Mrs. Getter, the
    former operator 01 the Cromwell
    Hotel, entered Mayo Clinic on
    May I-l
    Mr. Getter, who operated a hab-
    erdashery business in Cuba for al-
    most ten years, first entered the
    hotel business here when he took
    over the Astor Hotel, remaining
    there for five years. His next
    venture was the Marseilles Hotel
    which he operated for ten years.
    His latest operation has been
    at the Cromwell for the past
    four years, and Mr. Gefter an-
    nounced that the hotel was a
    complete sell-out for the Pass-
    over holidays.
    In a letter received from the
    well-known Beach figure last
    month by The Jewish Flondian. I
    he stated "Mrs. Gefter and I are
    going up to Mayo Clinic to do
    some "repairs"after the repairs
    comes convalescenceafter con-
    valesenee comes recuperation
    and that means a vacation! As

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    Hotel Proprietor Fined
    for Kashrus Violation
    Owner and operator of the Gra-
    nada Hotel. 1017 Meridian Ave.,
    Terry Sponder was fined $500 plus
    court expenses for violation of
    Miami's Beach Kosher food ordi-
    nance.
    After finding Sponder guilty,
    Municipal Judge Albert H. Saper-
    stein suspended $250 of the fine.
    Rabbi Joseph E. Rachovsky, sen-
    ior orthodox rabbi of Greater Mi-
    ami, testified in the long, drawn-
    cut case of the violation brought
    by Frank Brickman, Kashrus In-
    spector of Miami Beach.
    AM GffTfR
    yet, there are no plans for the
    future."
    Their many friends in Greater
    Miami look forward to renewed
    health and vitality for both the
    Gefters and hope to welcome them
    back on the local scene in the
    near future.ST
    Beach Y Leaders
    Select Mrs. Kann
    Incoming slate of officers of the
    Women's Division of Miami Beach
    "Y" is headed by Mrs. Solomon
    Kann, succeeding out-going presi-
    dent. Mrs. Eric Powell.
    Other officers are: vice presi-
    dents, Mrs. Jack Katzman, Mrs.
    Albert Ossip. and Mrs. Elliott
    Pearl; secretaries, Mrs. Wilma
    Lembo, Mrs. Leon Epstein, Mrs.
    Walter Lebowitz; treasurer, Mrs.
    Samuel Oka.
    Board members: Mrs. Eric Pow-
    ell, Mrs. Norman Giller, Mrs. Mil-
    ton Sirkin, Mrs. Theodore Trushin,
    Mrs. Robert Grossman, Mrs. Will-
    iam Sussman. Mrs. Harold Vinik,
    Mrs. Philip Samet, Mrs. Albert
    Somers.
    Israelite Center Bikur Cfiolim
    Plans Mother's Day Event Gabrielfe NaSH for
    Woman on Council
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    Bikur Cholim of Israelite Cen I
    tcr will hold its annual Mother's
    Day luncheon on Wednesday.
    noon, in the Center, 3198 SW 24th I
    Ter.
    Serving on the committee with I
    Mrs. Elsie Eisner, chairman, are
    Mrs. Lillian Silver, Mrs. Fanny-
    Gorman, Mrs. Pearl Ciment, and
    Mrs. Bella Izsack. Mrs. Harry
    Karcsh and Mrs. Julius Steinberg
    are in charge of tickets.
    President of the group is Mrs.
    Nathan Shenkin.
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    With the statement that the Mi-
    ami Beach City Council needs a
    "practical and sound woman's
    voice," Gabrielle Nash, eight-year
    resident of the Beach, has filed
    as candidate in the forthcoming
    election.
    "A vacation place is usually de-
    cided by the woman," says Mrs.
    Nash, "and who is best qualified
    to understand the needs of our
    women tourists?"
    The candidate, French born,
    with an Israeli father, served in
    the underground during World War
    II. She later was connetced with
    the exclusive salon of Jacques
    Fath, and is an artist fashion de-
    signer. She is married and the
    mother of two children, the fam-
    ily residence being 2534 Flamingo
    Drive.
    An ardent organization worker.
    Mrs. Nash numbers among her
    many affiliations the Miami Beach
    Senior Citizens Organization, Flor-
    ida Senior Citizens League of Vot-
    ers, Life member of Temple
    Emanu-El Sisterhood, Dade Coun-
    ty Juvenile Council. B'nai B'rith
    Women, Miami Beach Taxpayer's
    Association, League of Women
    Voters, and Business and Profess-
    ional Women's Group of Hadassah.
    Mrs. Nash offers a platform
    comprising Town Hall meetings on
    alternate months; bus benches at
    each bus stop; increasing youth
    facilities; improvement of public
    beach facilities, among others.
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    free entry in No-Loser Sweep-
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    134 N.E. 1st St.
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    PL 4-3457


    Page 14-B
    9> fceWc* nrrMBtr
    Friday. May 10. 1963
    Planning committee of the annual Scholarship G. Wechsler. chairman. The event raised ter>
    Night of the Miami YMHA Branch held at the funds to provide scholarships for needy chil-
    Dupont Plena Hotel include* (left to right) dren to attend one of three YMHA day camps |ARG TEIL
    Marvin Gilmcn. George A. Simon. Mrs. Na- in Dade County.
    than Cvnamon. Dr. Jack Amazon and Louis ____________________________
    Attorney Harry Gordon Dies;
    'Miami Resident 45 Yams
    Miami attorney. Harry Gordon,
    died here May 2 at the age of 63.
    He came to Miami 45 years ago
    from Pennsylvania, and lived at
    5227 Alton Rd.. Miami Beach.
    A past president of Beth David
    Congregation. Gordon was a mem-
    ber of the Executive Club of Mi
    ami Beach, Florida and Dade
    County Bar Association, Ma hi
    Shrine and Temple Beth Sholom.
    Surviving are his wife. Florence;
    two sons. Gerald of Cleveland. O.,
    and Murray of Chicago, 111; a
    daughter. Mrs. Barbara Jonas;
    three brothers. Milton. Clifford
    and Morris Gordon, and eight
    grandchildren.
    Services were May 3 in River
    side Memorial Chapel. Alton Rd.
    with burial in Mt. Xebo Ceme
    Miami U President Speaker at Dinner &,,__ -
    Marriage Customs and Family
    Dr. Henry King Stanford, pres The Present and Future of Cy Life in the Light of Reform Juda-
    ident of the University of Miami.
    be principal speaker at the
    George X. Papamcolaou memorial
    dinner to be held Monday at the
    B:>cayne Terrace Hotel.
    President of the PapanicoUou
    Cancer Research Institute is
    James M. Albert.
    tologic Diagnosis of Cancer.'
    Concert Artists
    Offer Instruction
    i Temple Sinai of Xorth Dade. This
    is the third session of the adult
    education seminar.
    MRS ElBSME "

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    -' if ana-

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    raMe
    AJC Director Speaks
    Seymour Samet. of the Ameri-
    can Jewish Committee, will be
    In addition to personal singing
    engagements both Cantor and Mrs.
    Marchbein-Marbiny. now perm a -
    An address will also be given rent residents of Greater Miami,
    by Charles S. Cameron. M D are engaged in teaching music to
    president of the Hahnemann Med- localites. _______________
    ical College and Hospital of Phil- Courses are offered in voice fci _-.. I Cai
    adeiphia. who addressed the first culture, breath control, solfeggio. ITlCITiOrfCII 36T
    memorial dinner and building ded- sight reading, reptertoire for op-, ____-__ Im__Pt
    ication last year. era. concerts, musical comedy. I QCn
    CERSHICK. David, -
    !'. -' '
    RIMALOVER.
    \
    BIRNBALV S
    _lh -' l A-
    guest'speaker at Temple Tikvah -.
    in Hialeah for Fndav night ser- steisel. \ >u
    ..;., **' I -*Pf '
    Vices. EDWARDS. M -
    ----------------------- sw :..- River-
    BROWN. l 'A II- I .
    CILMAN. ;-:'c- r<^iil. nt
    M : !:.. h, ': '.. Bla
    Leopold G. Koss. M.D.. attend- sacred, liturgical music, and choir A memorial service for the late LA__bS ...... ... >,-
    i_g pathologist and chief of cy- directing, as well as Cantonal pre- Harrv X. Schwartz will be held. >\v --. u ; + <
    toloar: Memorial Center for Can- Deration. on Sunday. May 19. 11 a.m. at maprone
    cer and Allied Diseases. New The Marchbein-Marbinys, fol- Beth Israel Synagogue.
    York, will receive the Leonard A. lowing the views of Tetrazzini and Rabbi Louis Rottman will con
    Wien award for 1963 and speak on Titta Ruffo. stress the importance duct the service for the members bronstein.
    acher's per of the family who have arrived [ ;i'"' A '' "
    berkell.
    SE WOth -' died -'
    to the pupil of the teac
    -ocal demonstration of
    voice from Xew York. The burial took rose. > Leoe, : ry-
    BarrV Halpert Off placement and bel canto'singing" place on March 18 in Xew York Jjj*."
    _ ___ C ____i.* The couple is offering free au- City.
    _"T WOVy aerVICe ditions as weU as part-scholarstrrps tz. j resident of Mis
    Barry S. Halpert. Xavyman. has to exceptionally talented students. Beach for nine years was well *.. '
    ported for duty on the staff of ----------------------- known as a community leader and '-'"Chen
    reported
    Vice Adm Frank O Beirne. Com- kJ_j;-__| Ctinker
    mander Naval Air Forces. U.S. At FlClllCdl IClllCI
    lantic Fleet, headquartered at the
    Naval Air Station in Norfolk, Ya |fa|(|$ BdlKUICl
    The journalist seaman appren- "T~"
    tice is the son of Mr. and Mrs Napoleon Reed will be star per
    Sol Halpert. Ms Manau Ave.. former at the annual bowling
    Coral Gabies and a graduate of Coral Gables High
    ban High School of Greater Miami.
    Prior to reporting to the air
    Center League. Wednesday. May
    19. at the Big Porterhouse Res-
    command for to*. Halpert w* '-rant. ~ *
    in Aug. 196.
    President. Mrs. Seymour M.
    12-week course in Elumenthal. announced that the
    event will mark the seventh year ** meeting of the Democratic
    of the local leagues sponsorship Chi*, of Miami Beach. Wednesday
    in which 40 women, a total of ten -**.* the Sea Isle Hotel, will Cohan.
    teams, are participating.
    ertered the Navy
    completed
    Navy journalism, at the Journal
    ist "A" School. Great Lakes Rat-
    al Training Center, Great Lakes.
    I1L
    Roth to New York
    For Charter
    Leon Roth, outgoing president of
    bowling porceeds are sent to the
    AMC in Denver each year.
    The teams bowl every Wednes-
    day at Bird BowL 9275 Bird Rd.
    Officers serving with Mrs. Blum
    ::i i l
    SCHWARTZ. W! Ilam. *:.
    :.\n Way. did \ r SL M*
    v:
    philanthropist. Ginsberg a. iie-i
    He was a trustee of Beth Israel LJB''W w |(
    Synagogue acd a member of the n
    board of the Hebrew Academy. n_ss_aum.
    vrhere he had donated a classroom. >- i Apr. it. h .r-?.t.
    He was founder of the Mesifta merger
    kars.
    T-r died Apt :. -I-.
    GEiGER. : \\ ,-hing-
    ton Avr.. norkeen. Un Ida
    IW lied Apt
    POSNER, Mr* --
    -. Aw., dii -
    MOLBERT \\v f.h
    8t .
    LOEB. Mrs. Martha.
    ASMER. .> '.'. nth >-..
    Haxh : A; r
    111 W < I
    ll*--l A- -
    SCMVED, I .:'.. (t 4
    Apr 7 !ti\ -
    GOLDSTEIN. Iiura. Ulni Aw.
    diMl Mar fl Wank.
    FiNKELSTElN. All -1 ". Ill BW
    Mai Sewn
    BACHRACM. 1;. "4 :! i'.>l-
    Una Av .1 Ma i:..
    HECHT, Mm. Hrr>- 4 E! Rai..
    ML. C-ral <;at-l<-> ;'! Mar. 4.
    Ur.flcHl.
    KLEINMAN. h>1*a-.! harieii
    Won K. ny Harb-r r. dird Mj
    ;. RKernld*-.
    MARGOLYES. Mr- It. 1(01
    Marldtan \w .1 >- I |
    -1,1.
    NtwMAN. .Mr- M HarrW
    ]?: XW lliJ' M
    CloHKWi
    OLCMIN. Al.rahHtii .\"E 1-
    SI., dif^l .Mar. 23. R.v*-mld.
    POTLOW. Mr? I ri h. ).- 1:
    I>r died Mar. ;. Rlv-r*lde.
    SCHOLL. All.-ri Z J;
    Kid*.
    SHEIN. Mrv Helen. 'n s;\
    Si died Mar. JJ.
    WEINER. Sanroel ST. < .
    I'l died Mar. 23
    LEMISHOW. Abe. Ml '
    War. died Mar. T1. "..-! rsld^
    EPi'.EIN. M: Mar- IijRoU
    I 1U> It .11. I Ma .- I
    -r-id.-.
    CLICK. Morrla. "h > d
    Mar _:. P..
    KLEPPER Mr- -. -". Jeff
    v w di.-d Ma Rlvei
    ROSENBLOOM. Un U lb) i,
    NK '.h S: Ml d
    Mai fUveratdi
    SMITH. Ana Marl i
    . I M
    CLARFELD. neaj.i
    -id^ Blvd died M :: .
    SOKOL. Nathan. IS T.inm Wi
    rMV It. died Ma !:-%:.;
    BLOOM. Mr- Henna '-' S \\
    .- > fled Mar I* '::
    JACKSON. Irvina. 7t, I
    died M..r. JO. I'..
    PEARLMUTTER. !*ldney, **. 11"
    .M;ui-^iiie it. di.-.i Mar. :>. r. .
    GROSSFIELD. M- 1 T4 1'
    3rd s- 1 ed Mar. Blvaral
    GRUNWALD. Jull
    \\. died Mar. 1>. Rlr^ndd-
    HUSKA. Mra. Marr, "'. -ll Kth .-
    Mar '.. Ki.:-Ml-
    SCMKURMAN. M af-e. 7?.
    Rirern '
    ARGOSH. SI 7.-.. I'.!-.I.
    .1 Mar -id-
    krauss. IMm :; Mm Mareeill
    Mar. I" '. r
    SCHWARTZ. Wll
    \. .- ..n Way. died Apr. 21. 1'
    rn
    FRIEDLANDER. I'.-
    N H '-> Av< i Apr.
    -
    LEVIN. Henry. >*. -"' Waahen-
    ton Av died i:i<--" nr-Newma:
    LEWIS. HenjAmln. SCK
    - 1 : -1 Newman.
    LIGHT. Mn. J^r.i !. Ntu
    mar.-Bla.-bera.
    MARKOWITZ. Nathan, f IT
    N'W I'th Ave. tied X I I. Ce^
    SILVERSTONE. IT. BlfBMM Hear
    ' .. N ".: \-*ay Dr.. d.
    Apr. 17. Oordon.
    1 ALBERT, Mrs IJIly. fl
    St. died Apr. 17. R .T-ide
    ANNIS. Mrs. H*-rth.i. IB1
    ;at^ <>r. died Air IT. River
    BERNSTEIN. Ireinn. '.'. 34lh St. ZLATKOFF, loine 4..T". N.i
    tiru <"t.. died Apr. ">. Ri\er.-i-.
    TESLER. Abraham. ".. d:. d Apr
    Rrveretde
    DOLINCER. M:. -. M
    'andia Ave., died Ap- 15. <>ord
    GROSSMAN. Tilli- ol S\V 1
    .We. Hallandab- died. Reyer.
    LUBOW. Anni.-. 2. ...' Ill W. 4th C"
    HiblNcua Ie'.and. it-d Apr.
    Newman.
    Democratic Club to
    Meet Candidates
    the advisory council of Temple enthal are: Mrs. Bertram S. Kfare.
    Eeth Shirafi. was appointed by secretary: Mrs. Morris Cotzin.
    Rabbi Moms A Skop as a dele- treasurer, and Mrs. Aaron Stem
    gate to the national conference berg, vice president,
    of Reconstrucronist Congregations
    being held this week in Buffalo.
    NY.
    Dr. Mordecai M. Kaplan and Dr.
    present the candidates in the June
    . 4 election of the Miami Beach
    A substantial portion of the council
    Entertainment will feature "Lud-
    wig."
    Wall)- Gluck. president of the
    club, and Dr. A. Nemser will
    serve on the official greeting com-
    mittee of the Florida State Coun-
    cil of Senior Citizens during the
    group's statewide convenuon.
    Gluck has been authorized by the
    Memorial Service
    For the Thresher
    Memorial services for the men
    who lost their lives aboard the
    I'SS Thresher were held last Tut*-
    day morning at B'nai Zkm Cor.
    gregation in Key West.
    The Thresher is the nuclear sub-
    marine lost at sea during recer
    test exercises in the Xorth At-
    lantic.
    Representing the DA H
    were Lt. M. Hoffer. of the Sub
    marine School medical staff, ant!
    Lt. Cmdr. L. Schenker. captain of
    the Submarine Squidback.
    Rabbi Jacob J. Safra is spiri-
    tual leader at B'nai Zion.
    Ira Eisenstein. founders and lead-
    ers of the National Recor.struc
    tionist Foundation, will make the
    official presentation of the na
    tional charter to Roth.
    Dancing and entertainment will Grand Aerie ^ Jhe ^^j Q
    follow presentauon of awards der of ag,eS {Q .prcad a charter
    for a Miami Beach unit. Slogan
    M'lSS Lillian Gooaman of the order is "Eagles are Peo-
    _ .... Ple Helping People."
    10 lead Israel Tear -----------------
    an Goodman will lead a *" Abraham SePTICtS
    group on a tour of Europe and Is- "Jewish Mothers Then and Now"
    Now being completed at 120th raei ieavU:g July 81h. Open only will be the sermon topic of Rab-
    St. and 77th Ave.. the first unit of t,, members of Hadassah and their i Nathan Zwitman during Friday
    Temple Beth Shirah which \wll in immediate families, reservations tvening services at Temple Br.ai
    erode the rabbi's study, cantor's can ^ made at the Hida>-ah of- Abraham. Sisterhood members
    office, classrooms and auditorium. (jce jj^ group will cross the Mffl participate in the ser
    fl be ready for the approach Mediterranean on Zm Lines' S S 2nd nost the 0n*8 Shsbbat. Sat
    Thecdor HerzL HighLght of the urda> services are scheduled for
    trip will be a two week sxay in 9 a m-
    I>rael. \ e Hadassih s un -------------------
    dertakin*. Center Plans 'Preview Partw'
    ing High Holy Dayv
    Beth David Bowling League
    Beth David Congrr :owl
    I_eaeue annual rr.t ill be
    We .- J 7:30 p.m.. in
    the sicial hall.
    New of: and
    r the ba for Sat-
    m aa I, i F:' Preview Par
    MTS. mosCS instaUea ? held at Flagler
    '- '."enter on fl
    Chat- B'nih other
    urday. May 25. wi Harr> anned Bu(tdy ^
    Fred Sar..i!tr is l of the corresponding secretary to the I of ceremor.:
    group. group. rr.i is Bush
    Dignified, beautiful and
    reverently cared for
    surroundings for our
    departed loved ones are
    source of very real
    comfort to all
    SEKClUStVI
    MbCOMk
    - *r<*mm* M0 1-7693
    Hows Special
    Family Ota&ons
    Your Welcome Wagon Hostesi
    will call w ith a basket of gifts.,
    and friendly greetings from reli-
    gious, civic, and business leaders
    of our community when your
    family celebrates a sixteenth
    birthday, announces an engage-
    ment or the birth of a new baby.
    or moves to a new home.
    Whea the occasiea arise*, P"""
    HI 8-4994


    Friday. May 10. 1963
    Zukernick Named
    As Bar Director
    W. 0. Mehrtens and Wm. P.
    Simmon,'. Jr., Miami, an.d Harry
    Zukenuck and James Lawrence
    King, Miami Beach, began new
    terms us members of the Board
    ol Governors of The Florida Bar,
    .statewide organization of lawyers
    . nd judge,, last Saturday.
    Officer? for the 1963-64 adminis-
    trative >ear were sworn in by
    Florida Supreme Court Chief Jus-
    tice B. K. Roberts during the
    linal business assembly of The
    Florida Bar's annual convention
    held last weekend at the Amen
    caoa Hotel.
    MeffftMU has served on the
    Baf'l j.*overning board since 1955.
    Zukernu-k was elected to member-
    ship on the Board in 1959, and
    Simmons in 1961.
    King, ncoming president of the
    Junior Bar Section of The Florida
    Jlar, v.ill become an cx-officio
    member of the Bars Board of
    (.overncrs.
    +Jeist> norldkiti
    Page 15-B
    LEGAL NOTICE
    Parent's Meeting
    At Beth David
    Specie. 1 meeting for the parents
    ol childrtn attending Beth David
    pre CBOOli was to be held on
    Thursday evening, May 9, in the
    Social Hall.
    Guest 'pcaker was to be Mrs. Ben
    Kazer, principal at Everglades Ele-
    rientary School, and chairman of
    the conjTegation Board of Educa-
    tion.
    tNM, norm
    NOTICE OF SUIT
    or
    ORDER OF PUBLICATION
    IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
    ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
    FLORIDA, IN AND FOR DAOE
    COUNTY. IN CHANCERY,
    No 3C 4M9
    EDITH HRVDY.
    Ilal
    CHARLJ P. RRvDY,
    |h f.'.-.'l nt,
    SUT FOR DIVORCE
    3 T' chaki.es p. BRADS
    K ." 'i.i Street
    1 1 .. .\tw York
    You "! wiles I'. uka.'Y arc here-
    I. m thai BUI of Complaint
    ir 1 1 has i..-. n 111 -1 afainat
    1 i.u, am 1 mi- required in serve a
    Answer 01 Pleading to
    1 unpin mi on 1 iii Pis Inl
    \ EON AKIi III S IK,
    K 1 nil I'ollai k, "' Weal Eias,
    ..1 t 1.1 Ida and file the i
    or I1< ...in.- in the offli
    of id.. Circuit Com I an
    liefoi thi 1 "i I- da > of .1 une.
    .. .1.. >... judgment by de-
    ill taken against you foi
    rehei di manded In i he Hill of
    Hi.,.
    I'hla t ahull be published once
    - h weeJ for four consecutive weeks
    THE JEW l.-ll FLORIDIAN.
    n \l. ORDERED :ii Miami,
    Rth da) of May, A.U.
    E. .EATHERMAN, Clerk,
    i Irculi i .nt, Dade cuntv, Ftortita
    ill By: I. S. DePIETRO
    Deputy Clcik
    i I'WAR! iliSAK
    Kneel and Pollack
    West Flasrler. Miami, Kla.
    Atlol II,-. .. Plaintiff
    :. 10-17-U-S1
    NOTICE UNDER
    v..-.F,ICTITIOUS NAME LAW
    NOTICE 18 HEREBY GIVEN that
    Hi. undersigned, desiring to ngage
    ",. I"'-:I,"'T. '""'" "" fictitious name
    Hatona Avenue. Coral Babies, Flor-
    ida, intends to register., aald name
    with the 'lerk .., the Clrculi Court
    of iia.i,. County, Florida.
    ....... M. WHIFF
    i.fcOROE, AMES .v Hit ll I:
    ii.,n H.W. I list street
    Miami SO, Florida
    Bj MBRVYN i.. AMES
    Attorneya foi Applicant
    ____________________t/10. 17, 14, SI
    U-mumLSiWiiLy COURT OF THE
    tEXINJH JUDICIAL C RCU'T OF
    FL0^.I?A IN AND FOR DAOE
    COUNTY. IN CHANCERY
    No 63C 4921
    I.I is AVENDANO,
    I 'I.IIIIIM I.
    VS.
    JOYCE i: wen da No.
    Defendant.
    NOTICE TO DEFEND
    TO: JOYCE I! AVBNDANu
    I0J1 Lehlxh Street
    ah.mi.u ii. Pennsylvania
    YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED thai
    iiiii uf complaint baa been filed
    against yon ami you are required to
    serve a copy of your answer or other
    defensive pleadings thereto upon
    plalntirrs attorney, Bl'GENE LEM-
    ,\"'.H' ft* Heybold Building, .Miami
    Horldn. uml til., the original there-
    of in the office of the Clerk of the
    ' Irculi Court on or before the ISth
    lay of June, 1'iii:;, r ., decree pro
    confeaso will be entered against you
    DATED, this 6th day of May, 1M3
    E. 15. LEATHERMAN
    flerk of the Circuit Court
    k Irculi Court Heal)
    B) C. L. ALEXANDER
    ____________________^_ s/19. 17, 21. :;i
    IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
    IN AND FOR DAOE COUNTY,
    FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
    No. 45042A
    IN RE: Estate of
    M. M CI.1II-..S
    1 leoeaaed.
    NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE
    APPLICATION FOR DISTRIBUTION
    AND FINAL DISCHARGE
    NOTICE I- hereby given that we
    nave filed our Final Report and Peti-
    tion for Distribution and Final Dis-
    charge as Co-Uxeeutori of the estate
    u .M. M. COHEN, deceased, and that
    on the loth day of June. 1963, will ap-
    ply In the Honorable County Judges
    of Bade County, Florida, for approval
    of .-aid Final Report and for distri-
    bution and final discharge as Co-
    Execlltorw of the e-t.ite of the above -
    named deredent. This 10th dav of
    May. 1963.
    .MIAMI BEACH FIRST
    NATIONAL. BANK
    By I let.ni., P. Clum
    KEYMOIR J. SIMON
    SEYMOFR J. SIMON. Attorney
    301 Alnsley Building
    .Miami 32. Florida
    ."./10. 17. 21. 31
    LEGAL NOTICE
    NOTICE UNDER
    FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
    NOTICE 18 MERER! GIVEN t
    the anderslgned, desiring to eng
    in buslm.... under the ilciltious n..
    of CICBRARO JEWELRY STORE
    22, N.K. 1st Avenue, Miami, Plot
    Intend t.. register saliLouimr who
    Clerk of the Circuit Conn ..t i>
    JCAN J. CICERARtl
    ESTEHAN ..I.V.\l;i./.
    Sole *e.'.nei .-
    (1ILBERT .< Yiir.v;
    Att..ine\ tor .,|i|...i.ints
    i7 Llnoola Road
    r< i'. it. 2i
    hat
    ,lg
    .lie
    at
    Ida
    the
    ade
    . ::l
    IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
    ELEVENTH JUDICIAL C.RCUIT OF
    FLORIDA IN AND FOR DAOE
    COUNTY. IN CHANCERV
    No. 63C 4907
    JOSEPHINE ARROYO ALICE A,
    Plaintiff,
    vs.
    I1ILBERT AUCEA,
    I lefelldant.
    NOTICE OF PUBLICATION
    TO: OII.BERT AUCEA
    . o Candita All,.a
    ttll Amsterdam Avenue
    New ^..rk City, New York
    You are heron) notified that a
    Complaint for Divorce has been filed
    against you, and you are hereto) re-
    quired t" serve oony of your answer
    to the Complaint on the Plaintiffs
    attorney, LESTER ROGERS, whoso
    address Is BM N.\V. lith Street.
    Miami. Florida, and file the original
    of your Answer in the office Of the
    cierk of the Eleventh Judicial Clrculi
    in an.i for Dado County. Florida, on
    or before 12th day of June. 1963, in
    default of which the Complaint will
    l. taken as confessed by you.
    Dated this th day of May, IMS.
    E. B. LBATHERMAN
    Clerk of the Circuit Curt
    B) C. L. ALEXANDER
    t :!. 17. 21. 31
    LEGAL NOTICE
    NOTICE UNDER
    FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
    NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thai
    the undersigned, desiring t.. ngage
    In business under the fictitious names
    of CAY TERRACE and CAY TER-
    RACE ASSOCIATES at 1250 West
    Avenue. Miami Kenee*. Florida, In-
    tend to register said names with the
    Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
    County, Florida.
    MARVIN KLEIN
    BARNETT OUTHARTZ
    MARTIN PINE
    Attorney for Applicant*
    14th floor, Dade heueral Bldg.
    Miami :'.2. Florida
    S '3. in, 17. 2i
    NOTICE UNDER
    FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
    NOTICE is HEREBY OIVEN that
    the undersigned, desiring to eiiKage
    In business under the fictitious names
    ol APPROVED TAX CONSULTANTS,
    APPROVED TAX SERVICE ai :.7I
    N.K. 125th Street. North Miami, Flor-
    ida intends t" regiater aald names with
    the cierk of ii.. Clrculi Court of Dade
    County, Florida.
    O. ll. SCHWARTZ
    HENRY A. KAMI'
    1224 W.i-hiiiKti.n Ave
    Miami Beach, Pla.
    Attorneys for APPROVED
    TAX CONSULTANTS
    5/lfl 17. 21. ^.1
    NOTICE UNDER
    FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
    NOTICE IS HEREBY C.IVEN that
    undersigned, ilesirlng to engage
    i huainein under the fictitious namc-
    KIL4MKR REALTY at MO 6!>th
    .-.. Mi.,;. Beach II, Plortda, intends
    regl te* Bald name with the Clerk
    thi Ctrouit Court of Dude County.
    Ida.
    TCIIEL KRAMER
    < >wner
    .. in. 17, 24. 31
    NOTICE UNDER
    FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
    N'OTH : IS HEREBY (SIVEN that
    j i- niidersimied. desiring to engage in
    I ..vii..., under the fictitious name of
    lll'NTER SPRAY SERVICE at Mi-
    anil. I>u.i<- County intends to register
    ?Id t.. vith ihe Clerk of the Cir-
    > n Court ..f Dade Cuntv. Florida.
    ALBERT \ i:\NA ENTERPRISES,
    INC.
    By: Albert Vrana. ITesldent
    Ar..novitz. Slher Sober
    Attorneys for Applicant
    Ain.lej ilidlttg
    5 %10-17-2I
    IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
    ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
    FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
    COUNTY. IN CHANCERY
    No. 63C 3932
    THE \vn.i.lA.\lsi:i i:.;ii
    SAVINI'.S || \\K
    I'lainliff,
    vs
    RICHARD D. MORGAN el ux.
    el 111
    1 "efendant.
    NOTICE OF SUIT
    TO: l:icilAI{l> n M< IRC VN slid
    a.\n s Morgan his wife,
    RESIDENCE UNKNOWN II
    s* an.i if dead, the unknown
    l" ii -. '.- v is. es, grantees, as-
    signees, llenorv, creditors, trus-
    tees isr other claimants claim-
    ing ii. thiough, under or
    a-iinsi ih< above named de
    t.n.lanls.
    You are hereby notified that the
    above captloned action bias been In-
    stituted against you in the Circuit
    Court ..I the Eleventh judicial Cir-
    cuit of 1 lot Ida iii and for Dade Coun-
    ty to foreclose a mortgage upon the
    following described real property :
    l.ol IB. in block BS, of FIRST AD-
    DITION To CAROL CITY, ac-
    cording to the Plat thereof, re-
    corded in Plai Book 60 nt Page
    19 of the Public Records of Dado
    County. Florida.
    You are required to file your an-
    SWer to plaintiff's complaint with the
    Clerk of the aforesaid Court, and
    ai i v.. cop\ thereof upon plaintiff's
    attorney. MARTIN FINE. !4th Floor
    Dad. Federal Bldg., Miami 12, Flor-
    ida, not later than June 12th. i:'G.:. or
    a Decree Pro Coniesso will be enur-
    ed against you.
    DATED: May 2, 1!>63.
    B, H. LEATHERMAN
    Clerk of the Circuit Court
    By: c P, COPELANC
    Deputy Clerk
    MARTIN* FINE
    Attornev for Plaintiff
    14th Moor Dade Federal Bldg.
    Miami a:. Florida
    5/ld. 17. 21. II
    IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
    IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
    FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
    No. 589070-B
    j In RE: Estate of
    H I8EPH V. DAVIDSON
    Deceased.
    NOTICE OF PROBATE
    THE STATE OF FLLORIDA:
    To ALL PERSONS INTERESTED IN
    THE ESTATE OF SAID DECEDENT..
    You are hereby notified that a writ-
    ten instrument purporting; to be the
    last will and testament of said dec. -
    dent has been admitted to probate
    In said Court. You are hereby com-
    manded within six calendar months
    from the date of the first publication
    of this notice to appear in said Couri
    and snow cause. If any you can, why
    the action of saiil Court In admlttting
    said will to probate should not stand
    tin re yoked.
    HON. FRANK B. DOWLINC.
    County Judge
    Bv MELBA C. DICK
    ROBERT SCOTT KAUFMAN
    Attorney
    1408 Ainslcv Pulldiiu;
    Miami 32, Florida
    First publication of this notice on
    the 10th day of May, m:t.
    9 1". 17, 24. 31
    NOTICE UNDER
    FICTITIOUS NAMC LAW
    notice is hereby uiven thnt
    Jlii undersigned, deslrinjc to engage in
    ' milieus under the fictitious names of
    ' .!,,.. i-,.|nt shoppe; Ye Olde Off-
    s'I Shoppe; Ye olde Mimeograph
    Khoppi ... {JIM Coral Way. Miami 45.
    'la.. Intend to register said names
    "nil tb. Clerk of the Circuit Court of
    "
  • CHARLES M. FRKKFIELD
    M:i w FREEF1B1 D
    n-17-21
    \
    t
    i 'l
    NOTICE UNDER
    FCTITIOUS NAME LAW
    is HEREBY GIVEN thai
    ii.ii. .i. sit Ing to engage
    - nnii. i the fictitious name
    WTI RERS CLOTHINtl
    -I' >RKS, .1 I iade Count).
    to register said name
    k ..: ih, i 'irculi Coin I
    it mi Florida
    SKPII S BROWN
    S i". 17, -'i. II
    NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
    IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
    ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
    FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
    COUNTY. IN CHANCERY
    No. C3C 4820
    ELAINE JONES.
    Plaintiff.
    QRIFF L. JONES.
    Defendant.
    SUIT FOR DIVORCE
    You are hereby notified that a Bill
    of Complaint for Divorce has 1.....D
    filed against you. and you are re-
    quired to serve a copy of your Answer
    or Pleading to the Bill of Complaint
    on th. Plaintiff's attorney. WALTER
    H. LEBOWITZ. ESQ.. 71)6 First Street.
    I Miami Beach. Florida and file tin
    -original Answer Pleading in ti.....f-
    fi.e of the Cbik of the Circuit Court
    on or before th- 12tb day ol June,
    IMS, if ion Call to do so. judgment
    by default will << taken against you
    for the relief demanded in the Bill
    ..f Complaint.
    DONE AND ORDERED :" Miami,
    I '..rld.i. Ibis Ird da) Ol Mai. AD
    IMS.
    i: i: i i: tTHERMAN, Clerk,,
    Clrculi Court, Da.ie County, Florida
    id. ,ult four) Seal i
    Bj |< \l I.YMAN. Depiin I lerk
    M U i i:i: H l.l-.,."oVi'!/.. '->'
    ; .Miami Beai I I
    "'.............''" '" ,7.2,.::,
    IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
    ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
    FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
    COUNTY. IN CHANCERY
    No. 63C 4832
    ROBERT fust.
    Plaintiff,
    vs.
    SVI.\ IA FAUST.
    Defend.int.
    NOT.CE OF SUIT
    I'": S VI.VIA I AI'ST
    Residence Pnknott n
    YOL' ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED thai
    a Complaint for Divorce has been fll
    ed against y.u in the Circuit Court
    in ami foi Dad. County, Florida, and
    you are required to serve a oop) of
    your Answer or Pleading to the Com-
    plaint on th.- plaintiff's Attorneys,
    SIMON, HAYS ft QRUNNDWERO.
    101 Ainslcv Building, Miami IS, Flor-
    ida, on or before the I2tb day of
    June, IMS. If you fail to do BO, a
    Decree Pro Cooieeso will be filed
    against you for the relief demanded
    in the Complaint.
    Dated at Miami, Dade County. Flor-
    ida, this 3rd day of May, IMS.
    E. B. LEATHERMAN
    Clerk Circuit Court. Dade County
    (Circuit Court Seal)
    By: M. CAVALAR1S
    SIMON. HAY'S & C.Ul'NDWF.KC
    Attorneys for Plaintiff
    301 Alnsley Building
    Miami It, Florida
    IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
    ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
    FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
    COUNTY. IN CHANCERY
    No. 63C 47SI
    THE WILLIIAMSBL'RCH
    BAVINOS HANK
    Plaintiff,
    EI.LA -MAE WEILAND. a Single
    woman
    Defendant.
    NOTICE OF SUIT
    TO: ELLA MAE WEILAND,
    a Single Woman
    P.O. Box :il
    Oondo. Alabama
    Y.iii are hereby notified that the
    above captloned action has been in-
    stituted against you In the Circuit
    Court of the Eleventh Judicial Cir-
    cuit of Florida In and for Dade Coun-
    tv to foreclose a mortgage upon the
    following described real property:
    Iai 21. Block 2. CFTLLKR RIDGE
    SECTION THREE, according to
    the Plat thereof, recorded in i'lst
    Book .".7, at Page .43. of the Public
    Records of Dade County. Florida
    together wKh Tub and Shower
    Enclosure, Welbilt B/ln Oven &
    Range 5116". .VJ6 Range Hood \\ /
    Fan. Hot Water Heater, Venetian
    Blindi
    You are required to file your an-
    swer to plaintiff's complaint with the
    Clerk of the aforesaid Court, and serve
    a cop) there., f upon plaintiff's at-
    torney, MARTIN FINE. Hill Floor
    Dade Federal P.lilg., Miami IS, Flor-
    ida, nol later than June ISth, IBM,
    or a Decree I'm Confeaao m bs "-
    t, red against i
    Dated: Max t, IMS.
    E. P. LEATHERMAN
    ci.rk of the i "In "it Com i
    B) C. P. '' 'PEL VNH
    I i.-piiti Clerk
    \l VKTl.V FINE
    Attoi ney for Plain m
    I ni. l I..... I Wde Federal Bldg.
    .Miami ::-'. Florida
    NOTICE UNDER
    FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
    NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that
    the undersigned, desiring to engage
    n business under the fictitious name
    f WINDSOR TAVERN at 57M S.W,
    8th Street, Miami, Florida, intends to
    register said name with the Clerk of
    the Circuit Court of Dad.- County,
    Florida.
    MAURICE MAISONV1I.I.E
    Sole Owner
    KESSLER A OARS
    Attorneys for Applicant
    ItM B.W. 1st Street
    Miami, Florida
    ". l". IT. .'i. ;:,
    LEGAL NOTICE
    NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
    IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
    ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
    FLORiDA IN AND FOR DAOE
    COUNTY. IN CHANCERY...
    No. 63C 4719
    UEUTA M. MACHIN,
    Plaintiff. I
    ARMANDO MACHIN,
    Defendant.
    SUiT FOR DIVORCE
    TO: ARMANDO MACHIN
    193 au.IuIh.ii Avenue
    New Fork City, Ne York
    You. ARMANDO MAC II IN. are
    hereb) notified that a BUI of Com-
    plaint for Divorce has been filed
    against you. and you are required to
    seive a copy of your Answer or I'lccl-
    Inj t.. the Bill of Complaint on the
    Plaintlifs attorney, Banford L. Much-
    nick. 22i> 71 st Street, Miami Bejacb
    ii, Klorlda ami file the original An-
    swer "i Pleading In tin- office of the
    Clerk of the in. nil Curt on or be-
    fore the Ird da) of June, v.<6.:. if you
    fail to do so. judgment by d. l.iulf will
    be taken against you for the relict
    demanded In th.- BUI of Complaint.
    This notice shall be publish. .1 once
    each wk for four consecutive weeks
    in THE JEWISH FI.OKIDIAN.
    DONE AND ORDERED at Miami.
    Florida, this 1st day of May, A.D.
    IMS.
    E. B, LBATHERMAN, Clerk,
    fir. nil Curt, Dade County. Florida
    is. all By: K. M. I.YMAN.
    Deputy clerk
    :. ::-Hi-17-24
    NOTICE UNDER
    FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
    Notice is HEREBY OFTEN that
    the undersigned, desiring to engage
    in business under the fictitious name
    of PONO-SHA-NOONS CHINAUAMA
    at number 16SSI W. Dixie Hwy. in
    the City of North Miami Beach, Flor-
    ida intends to register the sa.d name
    with the Clerk of the circuit Court
    of Dade County. Florida.
    Dated at Miami, Florida, this 8th
    day of May. IM3.
    CIIINARAMA. INC.
    By Alvln Olehak, President
    Robert E. Willner. Secy. Ti'. as.
    MYERS, HEIMAN. KAPLAN
    &CATSMAN
    1150 S.W. 1st Street
    Miami, Florida
    Kenneth M. Myers
    Attorney fot Applicant
    5/10. 17. 24. SI
    IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
    ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
    FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
    COUNTY. IN CHANCERY,
    No. 63C M
    IX>LLAi: SAVINGS BANK "I THE
    CITY OF NEW YORK,
    Plaintiff.
    \ s.
    ALFRED L. LASHER el ux
    Defendants.
    NOTICE OF SUIT
    TO: Al.l RED I. I ASHER
    590 Boston Nick Road
    North Kings!..... Rhode Island
    v.. i are hereby notified thai the
    above captloned action has been Insti-
    tuted .ig.tinsi you In the Clrculi Courl
    of the ELEVENTH .indicia, Clrculi
    of Florida in and for Dad. Count)
    to foreclose a mortgage upon the fol-
    lowing described real property:
    l...t in. Mock 42, SCOTT LAKE
    MANOR section sin, according
    to the Plat thereof, recorded in Plat
    Book 85, Page 11 of the Public Rec-
    ords of Dade Count)', Florida
    You ar. required to file your an-
    swer to plaintiff's complaint with the
    i lerk Of the aforesaid Court, and
    serve a copv thereof upon plaintiff's
    attornev makiiN FINE, 11th Floor
    Dade Fed,nil Bldg., Miami :I2. Flor-
    ida not later than May 27th. IMS, or
    u Decree Pro Confess.! will be entered
    against you.
    DATED: April 24. 196H.
    E. B. LEATHERMAN, Clerk.
    Circuit Court. Dade Count), Florida
    (seal) By: C. P. COPEI.A.ND
    Deputy Clerk
    MARTIN FINE
    Attorney for Plaintiff
    14th Floor Dade Federal lildg.
    Miami 12. Florid.,
    5/S, 10. 17. 4
    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 465,
    ARTHFR JASON ARONSON,
    Plaintiff.
    TB,
    LORRAINE ARONSON.
    Defendant.
    SUIT FOR DIVORCE
    TO: LORRAINE ARONSON
    . .. Smith
    44 Mcl.ellan Street
    lhirchester. Massachusetts
    You. LORRAINE ARONSON, are
    hereby notified that a Bill of Com-
    plaint for Divorce has been filed
    against you. and you are required to
    serve a copy of your Answer or Plead-
    ing to the Bill of Complaint on the
    Plaintiff's Attorney, OEOROR KAS-
    TENRAI'M. ESQ.. KA8TENRAUM,
    MAMP.Eit. OOPMAN & EPSTEIN
    One Lincoln Road Building, Mlnml
    Reach, Florida, and file the original
    Answer or Pleading In the office of
    the Clerk of the circuit curt on or
    before the 3rd day of June, ItBS. If
    you fail to do so, Judgment 6) de-
    fault will be taken against you for
    the relief demanded 111 the Bill of
    Complaint.
    This notice shall be published once
    each we.k for four consecutive weeks
    in THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN.
    DONE AND ORDERED at Miami,
    Florida, this Nth day of April. A.D.
    IM3.
    i: r. LEATHERMAN, Clerk,
    ,i Court, I 'a.ic i 'oiiuii, I'loi Ida
    (seal) Bs k M. i yuan
    i leputv Clerk
    . !E< ii;i:i: K VSTENBAl'M Esq
    Kastenbaum, Mambi i I lopman
    ,\ Blisters
    Attorne) foi Plaintiff
    S 1-10-17-24
    NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
    IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
    ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
    FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
    COUNTY. IN CHANCERY.
    No. 63C 4716
    MARJORIE SI /ANNE REIS.
    Plaintiff.
    I- RE11 W. REIS.
    Defendant.
    SUIT FOR DIVORCE
    TO: FRED W. REIS
    o o Btanle) Sirotln
    Au. d<- Vafmont 8u
    l^iusanne, Swit/.ei land
    You, FRED w. REIS. are hereby
    notified that a Bill of Complaint for
    Divorce has been filed against you.
    ami you are required to serve a o w
    Of your Answer or Pleading to the
    Bill of Complaint .....he PLiintUTs
    attornev, Sanfot'd I* Muchntek, c/o
    St..lac Muchni. k. 880 71st Street.
    Miami Beach II, Florida and file the
    original Answer or Pleading ill the
    office of the Clerk of the Circuit Court
    on or before the 3rd day of June. IMS.
    If you fail to do so. judgment by de-
    fault will be taken against you, for
    the relief demanded in the Bill of
    Complaint.
    This notice shall be published once
    each week for four consecutive weeks
    in THE JEWISH FI.oRiDIAN.
    DONE AND ORDERED at Miami.
    Florida, this 1st day of May. A.D.
    1DU3.
    E B. LEATHERMAN. (lerk.
    Circuit Court, Dade County. I Ion.la
    (seal) By. K. M. i.YMas,
    Depute Clerk
    :, :'..|u-i--2t
    NOTICE OF APPLICATION
    FOR TAX DEED
    Chapter 20722 Acts of 1941
    File AA-20979
    NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN tl il
    liiG Corporation bolder of Count) Tax
    Sale Certificate No. 543 Issued thi
    Isl day of .line A.D IM1, I aa riled
    garni in in v ,.ffi,.. and has
    plication for a lax deed to be Issued
    tb. rim s.. i.i i 'ei tificate embr. ces thi
    follow mi: di Irs .I propert) in th.
    Count) ot ....I. State ol 11 h Ida, U-
    w it:
    I,,.,- J i. I'-lo. k I, C.....mil Qrovi
    s. c Part 1 of i oral labli -. Plat
    Book II Pane 2^.. in the Count) ol
    I iade. Slate of Floi Ida.
    Tin- assessment of said property un-
    der the said i.ititicat. was in thi
    name of: Samuel Emllch.
    I'nleas said certificate shall ... ri -
    deemed according to law, the prop-
    erty described ll. r. ill Will sold to
    the highest blddei at the Court House
    door on the first Munda) in the month
    of June. IW., which is the 3rd day of
    June. IMS.
    Dated this 3ftth day of April, IMS.
    E. B. LEATHERMAN.
    Clerk of Circuit Court.
    Dude Countv, Florida
    (seal) !': R M. LEEPEB.
    Diu!.v Cl.rk
    :. 3-10-17-84
    NOTICE OF
    WAREHOUSEMAN'S SALE
    NOTICE IS HEREBY OIYEN that
    by virtue of Chapter ITS of Florida
    Statutes Annotated (RMH. Ware-
    housemen and Warehouse Receipts,
    wherein ACE-R.B. VAN LINES. INC..
    a Florida corporation, by virtue of Its
    warehouse Hen. has in Us possession
    the following described propert) I
    II..us. hold Cods As the property
    >f Mr. S. M. Leight.ui. c o Ted Wal-
    lace, 1171 N.W. ::ith Street. Miami.
    Florida, and the Household i loo,1s of
    Andres Mallorv. a k u Andrea Smit h.
    1765 N.W. 16Sth Terrace, Miami. Flor-
    ida, and that on the Ird day of June.
    1M3, during the legal hours of sale,
    mainly between 11:06 forenoon and
    l:M in the afternoon, nt SIM N.W.
    24th Avenue. Miami, Florida, the un-
    aendsned shall offer for sale to the
    highest bidder for cash in hand the
    above described propert) of Mr. s. M.
    Lelghton. c/o Th, Wallace. ISM N.W.
    34th Street, Miami, Florida; and An-
    drea M..Hoi i, a k a Andrea Smith,
    2786 N.W. 168th Terrace. Miami, Flor-
    ida.
    Dat. .1 ut Miami. Florida, this 1st
    day of May, ISO.
    ACE-R.B. VAN LINES, INC.
    5 1-10
    NOTICE UNDER
    FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
    NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that
    the undersigned, dc-iling to engage
    Ir. business under the fictitious name
    of PALMETTO FARMERS" MAR-
    KET at 7801 N.W. Il'.ril Stleet. Ilia-
    hah Oardens, Florida, intend to reg-
    ister said name with the clerk of
    the Circuit Court ,.t \'.i*\, CoUnt),
    Klorlda.
    LOCBET OF PI ORIDA, INC
    RICII-MII.I. l<\- FLORIDA. INC.
    JAY-BET CORPOR VI'loN
    I'la'.a Center.
    Miami 18, I'loi Ida
    WALTMAN, COHEN s ROBERTS
    i .. ml
    i: IRVIN" I W VI.TMAN
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