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The Jewish Floridian ( May 17, 1963 )

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"elewish Floridlian Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY Voiiune 36 — Number 20 Miami, Florida, Friday, May 17, 1963 Two Sections — Price 20c Israel to Build Up Border Security JERUSALEM—(JTA—The Knesset. Israel's Parliament, adopted n Ml/ on this week calling upon the Israel Government to strengthen the deterrent power of the country's armed forces and to increase the secUlit) of the border settlements, in the light of the renewed Arab threats gainst Israel and the tense — situatioi in the Middle East. The 'solution was adopted following, a speech by Prime Minister avid Ben-Gurion which come fed the debate on Israel's foreicr oolicy, started last week. The aeli Prime Minister said that b< ared President Kennedy's desin — at expresad at his press confer' I • in Washington last Wed nesda; — to halt the arms race In the Vn le Bast. However. Mr. Ben-Gui m added, as long as the I nite. States and the Soviet Union cannot Chieve concerted action about t Middle East situation, and af ing as the U.S. is unable 10 h;. i flow of Soviet arms to Kgypl I other Arab States, the lialtu. the arms race in the C: %  'tinoed on Page 16-A Racial Flare-Up Brings Rabbis To Birmingham GREENFIELD PARK. NY. (JTA) — A proposal that the Rabbinical Assembly of America, central body of Conservative rabbis, sponsor a Jewish commentary on the whole of the Bible was made at 63rd annual convention of the organization. Dr. Bernard Mandelbaum. provost of the Jewish Theological Seminary of America, described such a commentary as the first I Continued on Page 9-A Adlai E. Stevenson (center), U.S. Ambassador to the United Nations, will receive the American Jewish Committee's American Liberties Medalion at the Committee's 56th annual meeting, starting May 16 for three days at the Hotel Commodore, New York City, it was announced by Morris B. Abram (right), annual meeting chairman. Ambassador Stevenson will be honored at the Saturday night dinner "for exceptional advancement of the principles of human liberty." A. M. Sonnabend (left), industrialist of Boston, is president of the American Jewish Committee, and will deliver the annual report on the Committee's human relations program at home and abroad. Soviets Say Nuclear Funds In Germany LONDON — (JTA) — West Germany has allocated 30,000,000 Jeuteschmarks ($7,500,000) "to fi nance atomic experiments in Israel." and joint work is now under way between West German and Israeli specialists "creating I nuclear weapons," Pravda, official organ of the Communist Party of i the USSR, charged, according to reports from Moscow published ir, the London press. Refraining to mention the fact that German scientists are at Continued on Page S-A Outstanding Citizens are Named Here Israeli Released on Bail By Swiss Government i aSLE, Switzerland—(JTA)—Joseph Ben Gal, the alleged "secret %  gent .'• r Israel, under arrest here since Mar. 2 on a charge of having threat* Bed the daughter of a German scientist at work on the Egyptian progri (Of development of non conventional weapons aimed at Israel. was n -•. >ed on bail here Monday. Jeanne (Mrs. Jay) Levey and Mitchell Wolfsoii were named Dade I County's Outstanding Citizens as I the 1 tt 11 annual awards coordinated by Sholem Lodge of B'nai B'rith were presented at a lunch! eon at the Everglades Hotel on 'Tuesday Algerian Premier Joins Nasser in Asking for 'Declaration of War' PARIS —(JTA) —Egypt's President Nasser and Algerian Prim. Minister Ahmed Ben Bella issued a joint communique in Algiers this week, pledging the two countries to "liberate" Palestine from 'im perialism" and "colonialism." The statement, released iust be,fore the Egyptian ruler completed Mrs. Levey ias honoredjor %  her hls ||V1 ,,., v state visi tt) lho oap ital of Algeria, called also for recovery oi "all the rights of the Palestinian Arab Republic." dream of many years" which saw in 1962 the opening of a Parkin son disease foundation here. Wolf son was cited for "voluntary activities which have Continued on Page 5-A A statement issued by the president The Basle Criminal Court declare* ; "Israeli citizen Joseph r.en-G; detained on charges of coercM was released on bail and certain other conditions, while await.-; his trial, to begin June in." Nei~r the prosecutor here, nor Dr.' George Brunschwig, BenGal's i-'orrtey, would reveal the natuf of the "certain conditions Mr. Brunschwig's only ccmmii in reply to a question by th Jewish Telegraphic Agency ws: "The bail set for BenGal is eerfectly normal for the case. and is not excessive by any frja-ns." Mr I .inschwig had applied lor Ben Gf %  release on bail over the meeker... after the Swiss Government h.' announced it had refused to permit his extradition to West German; lo establish whether he had part cipnted In threatening the lite i: nother German scientist employ< on the Nasser armament pro^rs Vas Ben-Gal was rclcas%  i nuedon Pa,ge 16-A Mind/in in Israel By LEO MINDLIN Strong Named Iraq Ambassador WASl INGTON — (JTA 1 — Pres ident Kennedy appointed Robert C Stro: ; to be the new American Ambassador to Iraq. Mr. Strong is now the director of the Office of Ne.: Eastern Affairs of the State Dtpartment. He served pre vious'y In Syria. EN ROUTE TO ISRAEL—The El Al plane rose at 9 p.m., and it was absolutely dark outside at Idelwild. Before my watch read 2 p.m., the sun was shining again. For a man of my strict scientific training, this certainly proves that the world is round— although I don't quite know why. My trip to Israel has therefore proved instructive from the very start. But take another one in point. At about 4:30 a.m., New York time, the sun out now full blast to encourage the serving of breakfast, we Mew across the magnificent, snow-capped Swiss Alps. Far below, they seemed innocent enough, neither high nor unconquerable. Yet history has certainly taught m otherwise. And, apart from the challenge I then recalled they have posed for climbers throughout the ages, indeed claiming many lives of heroic men bent on reaching the top of one peak or another. I also relived the moment in the chronicle of European oc nirrenee that brought Hanmbcl across them that tcrntied Atilla the Hun, and that halted Hitler before he ever thought of moving his armored might against their inpenetrable forests of stone. Thus the Alps. But what are Alps to us Jews, who for two millenia dreamed of restoration from exile, and who have now achieved restoration, mainly largely to shun if At precisely these most intimate thoughts. I turned away from snow-capped magnificent to complete my breakfast tray. And there it all was—bagels, cream cheese and lox, gaining ascendancy over nature and Europe's past to prove that nothing changes under the sun. Hours later, now landed, and temporarily installed in a hotel outside of-Tel Aviv. I type these words on a lawn covered with Americans, who are busily engaged in discussing their former trips to Europe, the sports ears in which they have made the trips, and their continental itineraries tomorrow. As for me, tomorrow I shall escape them to begin seeing Israel. The wording of that part of the communique dealing with "Palestine" was similar to the clauses against Israel adopted last month in Cairo, when Egypt, Iraq and' Syria agreed to form a new United Arab Republic Federation. The French Foreign Ministry minimized the significance of the Egyptian Algerian communique, which, it was agreed, read like a "declaration of war" against Isi rael. French sources contended • that the fact that the only unity reached between Algeria and Egypt in connection with Nasser's visit was "the vocal unity of an anti-Israel declaration" demonstrated that the two countries were still "far apart" and did not rep resent a serious danger. The French paper L'Aurr.re called upon President de Gaulle "not 'even to consider visiting Algeria i while a friendly country, Israel, is openly attacked and to deny that any such a visit was even be ing planned.' France Arrests Gestapo Agent PARIS — (JTA) — Jean Bar bier, one of this country's last unarrested war criminals, who had been sentenced to death in ab | sentia after Frances's liberation I following World War II. was ar rested in Marseilles this week on charges of murdering Jews. Among the charges are the murder of three Jewish children, the brothers Cohen, whom he threw into the Iser River from a bridge in the center of Grenoble, only a few days before the city was liberated from the German occupation army. He is also ac euserl of having personally shot 12 Jews whom he had found hid ing on the outskirts of Grenoble. A member of the Gestapo, al though a Frenchman, Barbier di> appeared after the liberation, ap parently hiding among the retreating Germans. It has been discovered, however, that he retrned to Grenoble about 10 years ago. hiding under a false name. Liberal Party Candidate in Bid to be Israel President JERUSALEM—(JTA)—Dr. Peretz Bernstein. ;. leading Parliamentary member of the Liberal Party, and former Minister of Commerce and Industry in two of Israel s Cabinets, was nominated last weekend to the Presidency, as successor to the late Itzhak Ben-Zvi. He will run opposite Schneur Zalinan Shazar. previously nominated by the Mapai Party. Voting on the election of the next President of Israel is scheduled to be held in the Kneset. by secret ballot, on May 21. The election of Mr. Shazar is believed certain on the first ballot. However, the nomination of Mr. Bernstein was filed as a protest against the alleged monopoly'' on high governmental posts held-by the Mapai Party.



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Page 8-B Page 2-A +Je*istncrkSar Friday. May 17. 1963 Jewish Family and Childrens Agency Expands Homemaker Service Program -* PimJ* aarf ChOdm s MLiitw aatf coev a lt w e n ee :* has — %  %  tkat it is Ilnoirmtrrr "rmrr IT tin n' hag iU proem* of B eit able to meet the need? of Ike a?ing Sernee aad wii taipkir dorag similar periods of crisis or staff OB a part-ttae. aswnr$*ocy IS on. of that tt> •'ociH<^f can ws* te .-ee IT %  ** wy ot h o r Ourex -'Q tf i acve crisis croOy i Wwu "TWs will W an apatrur>rry •• —M M *O oorvi a parMfma t—| >Wh porttcioxftno, in a iww ch w id d and pnatVft^ comMk) PHsher. Leoa D Pfeaaer. enevtrre tar. otee as aa euaaaae Mr? L a sack igaaaa. has three mall tM U r* At the r-sk of iapesia* fcer already poor beaHh. Mrs L a o eeoeo opere vas afraid to Jei-e her C*^--T-r-.ta ttr a a f er? eaocera over her aaaMrty o pUas for the care of the daacericg her health The ii ictec JFCS and the ease^orkCr tmnr*^ for a h oaa ea aker to t* asstfaed to the home F.*er c o uuried"the hod" ar.aker was a raan-re and capahk socnaa *ith innrirWihl* expeneace ha home management and child care. She %  H relieve Mrs. L of ber respocsdjilnies and omes. In the mother's absence, the homemaker plained the meals took charge of the household routine dealt ith the children's anxieties, and kept things run %  thrv during the mother's bosCo/ors Exchanged The 324th General Hospital. VsAR, and the University of Miem i formally exchanged colors curjig a special ceremony Wed resday evening at Kings Bay Country Club. The special cererr.or;., Bnl Of : -i kind in Florida. leW hen a parent orgar.izawishes to sponsor a military The ptim ai; ooahficarkm? agency h a mi a iahen are expeneace as hoaae uimogi WHi'Wt and the care ef t%al*i 11 and or the aeed. -. ad aa taxj to peraaaal aoahties of Tiatarity .warmth, a e euuiiA Urine peapte. and ac ability to use ufaffiaiiil p a pern saon. Persons interested in further information re^i-ling that program, or m applying tc the agency for a part-tune positive as a bomemaker can write to Mrs. Florence Sine homemaker supervisor. Jew i s h Family and Children's Service 35 VE TO -" •' -~: Jewish Family and ChileService is a professional social casework agency offering farr.J> cocr HU care and a specialized program of serv-.ceto the agmg It is supported tnrough the Greater Miami Jewish Federation and the Dade County L'nited Fund. Red Cross to Hear Sec'y of Commerce Luther H Hod>5. United States Seer^ary of Commerce. TU be guerf .peaker at the aanual Red Cross dmner aaeeucg to be held Fndav 7 p.m.. at the Everglades Hotel Sen. Spessard L Holland mil fry down from UTashingtoa to ir trodoce Secretary H~i---Fred H. BiDups i* chairman year's Croat wkasieeta and thevr -<: t.. the cwnmnr.il>. M E. E!hs. chairman of the heard. • %  preside at the meet, ing. JWV Auxiliary Metis North Shore Ladies Auxiliary of the Jewish War Veterans met last Wednesday evening at Washington Federal Savings and Loan Assn. Mrs. Ro-=e Spielberg. 2438 Flamingo Dr. is president. WHEN YOU GIVE TO €'•! A YOU GIVE TO YOURSELF mi YOU HELP BUILD ISRAEL rSHIf W EOeEBG termites work^ yeai-Yoimd IXCEUiHT CANTOR choir leader, Bar Mitzvah teacher. CoNoa* Conservatory Diplomot, available High Holiday! or year. Bost references. Permanent resident. Reasonable. CANTOS MARCHBEIN P.O. Boa 452, Miami Beach, Fla. Phone 538-5852 yfi&M*e etiHCe PRESCR/PFfOr. 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Jacob Matt. Charles Sommer. Sawl Strachman. Jern •nan. Michael Broctein. H>TT. n Fenster. Jack Korenbilt. Harr> RosenfeW. Sam Schiffrr.an. Ir Schulman. Al Sherman. Helman Solomon and Murray Weil Advisors \c the board, app b> the president are Juliar : rving Bilhg. Abraham Sol Brager d-re Drell. Henr. Ederman. Mai •.in Englar.der. N. Sam B Peldman -;m Feld-Dr Eli Galitz. Dr J.il.„Greer. h.ue. Isaac Hirsch. Sam Jaffee Dr. Stanley Jonas. Murray Kerr.. David Kleiman. Harr> J Knight Joseph Kornfield. JerrvKrongold. | Gerald Lindenbaum. David Miller. Ray Morse. L'mberto Orvieto. Marcus Paulson. David Postal. Abraham Kabinowitz. Julius Res nik. Sol Salins. Sam Server. Milton Sineer, N. David Snyderman. Edward Stern. Alan G. Stratton. Morris Tessler. and Dr. Wilbur Wishner. • ^-^^ ww w Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovsky Phoae Jf 1-35*5 &f 45 MKMWAM AVI., MUM RUOJ WE INSTALL GLASS FOR FAERY PM'RPOSE STOtI FRONT PLATE AND WINDOW MASS furailurt Tops, Beveled Mirrors 4 fttiivtrimg Our Speciofry L & G. 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I Friday. May 17, 1963 tfngfit nrriciimn Page 3-A ADL Refuses Request For Apology Mr. and Mrs. Louis Alweiss and sons, Ira and Allan, stand under the flower bedecked canopy on the pulpit of Temple Zamora with the 300-year-old Torah they will present to the Temple on Sunday, May 26. New York Congregation as well as to Yeshivas in New York. He has donated a new Torah cover, silver breastplate, silver and gold crown and silver pointer. Guest speakers will include Rabbis David Shapiro, past president of the Rabbinical Assn.; Morton Malavsky of Israelite Center; Harold Richter of Dade Heights Jewish Center, and Hershel Brooks of Temple Zamora. Alweiss Donates Ancient Torah To Zamora Temple Mr. and Mrs. Louis Alweiss are donating a 300-year-old Torah to Temple Zamora and Siyum Hatorah will be held at the Temple on Sunday, May 26, at 3 p.m. The Torah was originally donited to a congregation in New York by the father of Alweiss. In order to regain his father's Torah Alweiss made contributions to the VOICE CULTURE ft MUSIC Correct and place your tinging voices with famous specialHts. from Italian and National Yale Comorvatoriea. Coaching repertoire in standard lingua.?**. Raaaonablo, scholarships, free auditions. MARCHBEIN-M A R BIN Y Phono 538-5852 Cantors will include William Lipson of Beth David Congregation and Ben Dickson of Temple Zamora. Members of the committee are Joseph Ostrie, chairman. Rabbi Hershel Brooks, Arthur Deutsch, Lester Shapiro, Hilbert Leavitt and Samuel Miller. Stial Singles 'Wife Club' B'nai B'rith Social Singles is sponsoring a night club affair for single adults from 35 to 53 on Saturday night in the Ivory Tower of the Saxony Hotel. ItM TERMITES? \ ROACHES? ANTS? Safe, Positive Control With Every Other Week Service For The Home TRULY NOLEK ~ "The Sign of Good Housekeeping COSTS LESS THAN YOU THINK / CALL F R 7-1411 MloaWs Urtost The Anti-Defamation League has responded tp_Mrs. Chjjrlcs_B. Magrill, advisor of the Miami Junior Woman's Club, who had taken issue with the League's exposure of the citation of the club as having endorsed anti-Semitic testimony before the United States Senate. To Mrs. Magrill's charge that the League was confusing antiSemitism with anti-Communism ADL director, Nate Perlmutter declared that he was "frankly bored by and dubious of the alleged anti-Communism of self-styled patriots." He referred to FBI Chief J. Edgar Hoover's advice that "Both Hitler and Mussolini were against Communism. However it was by what they stood for, not against, that history judged them." Perlmutter drew attention to the ADL's credentials in the fight against Communism by citing the plaudits the B'nai B'rith agency has received from J. Edgar Hoover, President Harry S. Truman. President Dwight D. Eisenhower pnd President John F. Kennedy. Reminding Mrs. Magrill of their unanswered letters in which the Anti-Defamation League stipulated the use of the Miami Junior Woman's Club by anti-Semites, l'ermutter asked Mrs. Magrill: "Assume, if you would, that in. the official transcript of a committee of the United State Senate, an organization, the officers of which included men of accomplishment, charged Christianity and the churches of America with undermining our ration and with selfishly gathering gold in their hands — notwithstanding that they have had to gather it out of oceans of blood and tars. Complete and Dependable Title Service IAMI TITLE &GtettactCo. 37 YEARS OF TITLE SERVICE IN DADE COUNTY ESCROWS ABSTRACTS • TITLE INSURANCE 104 Northeast First Street Telephone FRanklin 3-8432 Assume further that this mortumental libel of Christianity. Mas irserted into the record as being endorsed by your good self and by the Miami Junior Woman's Club. "Assume finally that along established and honored Christian organization inquired of you as to| whether you did in fact endorse' this cruel lie. Would you not answer? Even, a cursory, 'No'? I| suspect that you would respond.! But neither you nor the aforemen-1 tioned la.lies responded to our in-! quiries ba*ed on the identical cir-1 cumstances involving Jews." The ADL letter expressed sym-l pathy with Mrs. Magrill for the j alleged defamatory calls she had been receiving as a result of the publicity attending the exposure Of the Club's endorsements. The ADL expressed its regret and con tinned: i>—" "Waa j %  I J %  ". because evil talk about Zionists, Jews, Papists, and so on have gone unchallenged for so long by so many reputable people, because respectable people have not seen fit to condemn, (or to disavow) group libels, persons who are not so reputable have imagined a kind of social sanction for their more bellicose bigotry. If their betters car be cited as believing the ghost Story of a Zionist conspiracy undermining our nation, is it any wonder that these lowbrow hoodlums act on the basis of this fearsome fiction? "I am not engaging in academic speculation. My observations are not unrelated to the act of crossburning, or of stealing into Bay Point under cover of night and placing a bomb by the home of a newspaper editor. It happen Also, I invite you to my office and I will reveal to you the letters an* the calls which untold numbers of Jews receive from this element. And, at the risk of melodrama, I would remind you that the myths about Zionist conspiracies whea not labeled as nonsense by re** spectable people, when not disavowed by nice people, have, in history, (modern history, need I add?) resulted in more discomforting hardships than a call or a letter." Mrs. Magrill had demanded of. the ADL an apology for its newsletter's references to the Junic p Woman's Club and the LibertyLobby which had inserted the antiSemitic testimony in the recorr; of the U.S. Senate Finance Committee. The ADL has not apologized. Youth Group Given Charter Ruach Yeshurun, youth group cE Temple Adalh Yeshurun, has received its charter from nation L'nited Synagogue Youth. Officers are Ricci Katz, pre-dent; Rochelle Rosenbaum, vie %  president; Lois Hisenbaum, trcaurer. and Gordon Director, secre try. The group conducts Friday ever i.ng services, and for social acti' ities sponsors dances and parties BETH DIN OFFICE RABBI DR. TIBOR H. 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Friday. May 17, 19G3 *JMfft nnridHnn Page 5-A Center Schedules Pilot Program Aimed at Emphasizing 'Prime Life' Role A pilot program of family life education is being beamed at men and women in their thirties and < forties by the Greater Miami Jew-1 ish Community Center. Called I "Meeting the Challenge of the Prime t-f Life.'" the service will j take the form of a series of four 1. clure-discussions, beginning on Monday evening. May 20, according to Herschel Rosenthal, president of the Miami Branch, which j is serving as host for the program.' "Instead of placing the usual em-1 phails on the problems of raising j children, it will come to grips with the concerns of adults as individ I uals rather than as parents," Rosenthal said. "The approach is j based on the recognition that this' is the stage in life when people, are beginning to reevaluate their %  goals and values, and need the op-1 portunity to examine the chal-' lenges, potentials and problems j that they face." A maximum of 40 men and women will be enrolled. If additional enrollments are received they will be accommodated at a follow-up series. The Center < plans to continue this type of program for as long as there are %  interested individuals in the community who wish to take advantage of it. Dr. Tvan Katz. psychiatrist, will bo the guest lecturer tor the opening se -:on scheduled to begin this Monday night. May 20th. The program, which wlM begin at 8:15 p.m., ii open to those who have officially registered. The subject of the session to be Addressed by Dr. Katx is "What is Success: Money, Status, Work, Home?" Dr. Kati, who is int.private practice, also srves on the faculty of the University of Miami Medical School and as Director of Psychiatric Services for the Monurari Clinical School. The questions that will be dis cussed at tinipening session arc a> follows: HV do people judge whether they are accomplishing their' %  -•oals in life: By financial success/! Security? Material comforts, such ahome, clothing, < lertajnjnent, I > %  these em happier? D the;, tflv aj I m in ? Is il a oi Could !' %  live -happil) moi %  • A happj n expi to be v h m die and of • present earning c apj city the future, for their chil and themselves, or do they live mainly for.today? For the man: is the career what it was hoped to be? For the woman: is homemaking satisfying? Is the reality of their accomplishment a source of pride or disillusionment? Do they feel respected and necessary? Does life continue to hold new challenges? How can people reevaluate their roles in life and find new meanings and directions? The program will be conducted on successive Monday nights from 8:15 to 10:15 p.m. The subjects selected and the guest lecturer for each subject will be as follows: May 27, "Do the Varieties of Social Life Contribute to One's Fulfillment?" Dr. Murray Heiken, clinical psychologist. June 3, "How Can You Continue to Feel Physically Alive?" Dr. M. Eugene Flipse, professor of preventive medicine. University of Miami. June 10, "How Important are Other Interests in Life Besides Work and Family?" Dr. Charles G. Werner, associate professor of philosophy, University of Miami. At each session, following the lecture, there will be a group discussion period. Discussion leaders will be Jeannette B. Schwartz, director of Family Life Education, and Emanuel Tropp. associate director of the Center. The following are serving as sponsors of the program: Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Spieler, Mr. and Mrs. Herschel Rosenthal, Dr. and Mrs. F.manul Pushkin, Mr. and Mrs. Maxwell Waas .and Dr. and Mrs. .lack Amazon. Ben Clein Chairman* Beth Am Keys Retreat Max Raskin, president of the Beth Am Brotherhood, announces that Ben Clein. vice president of Beth Am Brotherhood, has been designated as housing chairman for the retreat to be held in the Keys on May 24, 25 and 26. sponsored by the Southeast Federation of Temple Brotherhood. Seminars and study sessions will be conducted by local and visting rabbis, and time has been set aside for recreational activities. Reservations may be made at Beth Am office. DR. tVAH KATZ Car Wash Sunday Youth group of Temple Adath Yeshurun is sponsoring a car wash on Sunday, May 26, from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m., in back of the temple. Hias Elects Gordon To National Board Jack D. Gordon, a founder and president of the Washington Federal Savings and Loan Assn. of Miami Beach, has been elected to the board of directors of United Hias Service, the worldwide Jewish migration agency. Gordon, who lives at 48 Palm Ave., Palm Island, is a member of the executive committee and chairman of the budget committee of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation. Last year, he was appointed housing finance consultant for the agency for international development of the State Department, which has required his presence on Aid Missions in Costa Rica and Honduras. He has also acted as observer for Ambassador Moscoso, director of the Alliance for Progress, at the United Nations seminar on housing programs and statistics held in Copenhagen, Denmark, in Sept., 1962. United Hias Service has aided more than three million migrants and refugees during the past 79 years. In 1962, the agency helped 51.900 persons, of whom 9,300 were given migration assistance, to establish new homes in the United States, Canada. Brazil. France and Australia. They came from Eastern and Western Eurooe. Cuba, Egypt. North Africa and the Far and Middle East. Outstanding Citizens are Named Here Continued from Page 1-A helped in many areas to stimulate economic expansion in Dade County and whose civic activities include serving as chairman of Miami's Parking Authority." Joseph M. Lipton made the presentations. He is president of Dade Federal Savings and Loan Association, patron of the awards. Judges were George Beebe, managing editor of The Miami Herald. Fred K. Shochet. publisher of The Jewish Floridian, and Ralph Renick, vice president and newscaster for WTVJ. Also presented with an Honorary Outstanding Citizen's plaque was Sanford Swerdlin. president of Sholem lodge and chairman of the awards committee. Robert M. Morgan, chairman of the Outstanding Citizens Alumni group made the presentation. Label Katz. international president of B'nai B'rith. flew here from New York to keynote the presentation. Katz told of the organization's work since its inception and the necessity for continuation along parallel lines in the current trying times of "striving to understand your fellow man," and that "greater thinking could lead to the iiiuch sought alter peace of man and nation." Soviets Say Nuclear Funds In Germany Continued from Page 1-A work for the Egyptian Govern ment on missile and jet projects to use nor.conveniional warheads against Israel. Pravda alleged also that West Germany and Israel %  hare intelligence data from the Arab states, coordinating these spying' activities" in a center located in West Germany. According to Pravda, that "fact" had been brought to light at a "number of trials in the United Arab Republic of Israeli spies' The newspaper also claimed that West Germany is trying to penetrate Arab markets, and stated: "If more prooi of Bonn's 'sympathy* "for i. Ual> struggle Is needed, we car point to the constant 'unlit ar ai I to the aggressive quarters in Israel." According to Pravda. Germany furnished Israel with "important strategic good-" in the course of meeting Bonnobligations under the Israeli:• .iv Reparations Agreement, and "many Israeli of ficers were iramed in West Germany." E gUlOKE ALL > Smoke all 7 filter brands and you'll agree: some taste too strong others taste too light. But Viceroy tastes the way you'd like a filter cigarette to taste! not too strong...not too light... 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fage a-a ?ape 6-A Jmitf fhrkfor Friday. May 17 1953 1 Include Miami in Jewish School Study NEW YORK — J1K — \ **m4 %  .-: *< GH*ea B • >e gap betweea M —i.r.ere ^as p repa r ed by the -ocsaoon far Jwoi ] -• : .< JcsisifcVhacari— %  43 T2 *r Bmm, Bwftal*. Cixaa* Cl t i i UK. Ce w-r&fc-s Dttrott _*S A"9*i Mi— M ~r*tsc %. HHj.tr He* Yort *nd R ire ^.ver %  J: these %  1 said Ic the pcti-c schools. degree, ragged iM to MAK as compared :o to SMM6 la i-cai JMUS The gap *as wider on the m axt i salary level rtk I from OMua* to **•. 3 a ji i— t to SMMi %  the latter DM report call* open coaaasunOan "to develop aore real salary n to tolfi" is: offers suidebaes to assaat Jewish school boards rz a: such schedules, la preseourg Ma report. Mr Isaac .in. executive director of the \sm saM The generally unfavorable comparison of the established scales in the 12 toppaymj Jewish LIII— %  itirf with wage schedules in pohik educa tiea should be cause for coneerr. If salaries ia Jewish schools dv not compete even with the rel eiy low sage standards in generai education, what hope li there of drawing able and talent ed young people to Jewish teach Del The range of %  IT— salary • •'. ". 5? v>. J schools TV ..-..: _pebtk schorl York the difference '"• "=ai i tries of qualified Jje tol teachers %  •A counterpart:, wai S2.&I. .. iz: E The -natcrity f J'if schools -ii int* the lower stratum of &f ai lto o talari** for toaefcers. Tho domoty o op uUto d J*wis>> I — > %  of New Yortc, Ctovoaad, M—I and Boston, pay :tart>r 4 salaries of be fi x n S3.^t and S3.75a. The range of beginr.:=g talaries jr a qualified teacher in 1962 was to 15 160 in municipal pub^cboeas, as against SXZ00 tc Ca.630 in Jewish schools througb:he country r.e employment LD a Jew teal normally means 20 ; teaching and extra-cur in afternoon %  tt 25 hours in all-day Jew .-schools. A licensed Hebrew her generally has had a bland bilingual training %  aggresite credits and f study exceeds require .-. and jacseior"s deThe salary ^landing of advanced leaue. and professional degree; markedly in the two -.ems. the reMiss Eisen Wins Scholarship Trip 1t ::c:en: ,*. i E : Oee of 25 • to aation %  here sbr Daieghter of Mr UM MrAr l>ade. fora*--!;. :: HoOyveod. E^ser; is a liSl South Brow a. gh where she waa a member of the Honor 5o:-A c-^.: I I the year book. A socv.ligj ma. more year at Erandeis UetoT IHJ, Miss E.seo was the -Jirer of the Kbolarsrup to Bran


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Friday. May 17. 1963 *Jen-isti florid fan South Florida Federation Union Hebrew Congregations Annual Meeting Sunday Page 7-A South Florida Federation i I t 1 • Union ol American Hebrew Con gregations will begin its a< nual general meeting on Sunday. ;ii remple Israel <>. Greater Miami with a 10:30 a.m. business session Featured speaker of the day will be Rabbi Richard G. Hirsch, d : recter of the Washington Religious Action Center of the UAWC. Prior to hi.-, appointment, Ra,bbj Hirsch served us regional direcioi .if the Union of American Hebrew Congregatipai in Chicago. He was on the faculty of the College of Jewish Studies and served as chairman of a yearlong Metropolitan Conference on religion, community hie, and housing. Rabbi Hirsch will discuss th Workmen's Circle Observes 45 Years Workmen's Circle will hold a "45j Years of Workmen's Circle 1 Schools" celebration at 2o Washington Ave., on Sunday. In Greater Miami the school,, also known as I. L. Perelz School,; after the famous writer, is located \ at 1545 SW 3rd St., and is affiliat-; ed with the Bureau of Jewish Education. Functioning for the past 18 years it has had over one thousand students. Alumni wishing to attend the celebration may write to the school! for -further information, attention [ Ben-Swire, secretary. ir-.ues of Chjrch-Stat relational, las am 1 the prc-Mem of Biblereadlrj in the schools. The meeting will be concluded with two workshops. The first, led > ] 'ih'-rt I.. Bloom, clucat'on director of Temple Beth Sholom, will leal with "The Temple Keugious S< hool Its Aims and Goals." Rabbi Sanford Seltzer, director 'i ih' Southeast Council ol tht Union in American Hebrew Con iregations, will conduct a second workshop on "The Temple Youth Group — Us Aims and Goals." Robert 11. Newman of Temple Beth Am, is president of the South Florida Federation. Religious Zionists Sponsor Memorial Religious Zionists of Miami sponsored a memorial meeting for BenZvi, departed president of Israel, at Knesseth Israel Congregation for Orthodox Jewry of Miami and Miami Beach. Eulogies for the late president were given by Rabbi Tibor H. Stern, Rabbi David Lehrfield, spiritual leader of Knesseth Israel, Rabbi M. Minnenbey, and Max Hecht, president of the Religious Zionists. Cantor Abraham Seif chanted the traditional prayers. The meeting was chaired by So' Rashin. Louis Dublin, president of Knesseth Israel, welcomed the congregants, and Rabbi Joseph Rackovsky gave a talk on Israel's achievements. Lew Price (right). Miami-Metro publicity director, of Perrine, was honored recently by the Chamber of Commerce of Surfside. Bal Harbour and Bay Harbor Island. Presenting a plaque lo Price, for "excellent efiorts in promoting area tourism," is Mitchell Potter, chamber president. WE SALUTE THE STATE OF ISRAEL ON ITS 15th ANNIVERSARY BRAGER & COMPANY. INC. 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Left to right are Louis Gadon, instructor at Beth David; Cantor Maurice Mamches, instructor at Beth Jacob; and David Freedman, former instructor at Temple Emanu-El and the Bureau's Hebrew High School, and Schwartzman. Mayor Oka Installs Free Loan Officers Mayor Kenneth Oka installer Isidore Schwartz for his llth term as president of the Greater Miam Heinew Free Loan Assn.. at ; banquet in the Lombardy Hotel at tended by 230 guests. Master of Ceremony. Judge Mil ton Friedman commendec Schwartz and honorary life presi dent Joe Zalis "for leadershii which in 13 years has seen tht Association grow from a chartei group of 12 men and women to I community-wide organization ol over 300 members." Rabbi Solomon Schiff gave tht invocation and spoke of the reli feious significance of the work o "Free Loan." Others officers serving are Jos eph Nevel. Sam Sherman and Ma> Kunst. vice presidents; Max Rap paport. treasurer; Mrs. Ida Ochs. financial secretary; Mrs. Zeldi Kunst, recording secretary, anc Max Price, corresponding secre tary. Young Israel Elects; Starts Construction Officers elected at a May 7th i meeting of Young Israel of Greater Miami are president, Emanuel Ungar; vice presidents, Ernest j Fields, Harry Lerner, Seymour Weissman, Robert Finkelstein; iinancial secretary. Joseph M. MeyJ ers; treasurer, Ben Lerner; re-! cording secretary, Milton Gott-' lieb; corresponding secretary, I Mrs. Beatrice Auron; national! council delegate, Marvin Lipman. Board of directors: Alex Gooze, Joseph Margolis, David Elwitt, j Charles Brander, Louis Hurvitz, Charles Blonder, Dr. Sol Mussbaum, L. Rosenberg, Ben Fishbein and Sol Kalchman. During the meeting, plans were disclosed for the construction of the new Synagogue and Center Jldg.. to be ready for occupancy in early September. Rabbi Sherwin Stauber an < nounccd that the new building would accommodate double the student body of the Religious School and that registration is being accepted in the office for nursery, kindergarten and Hebrew school for the coming year. Reg istration hours are 1 to 5 p.m., Monday through Thursday. 9 to 12 p.m., Sundays. Merger Celebration Merger of Congregations Beth Emeth and Yehudah Moshc will be celebrated on Saturday evening, with a dinner and entertainment at the Lombardy Hotel. Tickets may be obtained at Beth Emeth office. Michal Garber Wins Humane Society Poster Contest Michael Jan Garber, 9-year-olc son of Mrs. Phyllis Garber, wor a pet poster contest sponsored b> The Humane Society of Greatei Miami and authorized by the Dadt County Board of Public Instruc tion. A student a Norland Ele mentary School Michael receivec the first granc prize out of 35f entries, two oth er ribbons anc was honored dur ing National Pc" Week. 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Page 8-A +Je*1siifkrkHar Friday. Mcy 17. 1363 n SharrettAsks for Judicious Approach Installed recently at a combined YMHA branch installation dinner in Miami Springs Villas were these recently elected officers of the North County YMHA Branch. Front row are Donald Reiff, president (left), and Mrs. Howard Brenner, corresponding secretary (right). Rear row are (left to right) Michael Salmon, vice president; Harold Greene, vice president; Irving Denmark, honorary past president; and Aaron Gold, vice president. Greater Miami Jewish Community Center Sponsors Fourth Annual Senior Citizens Conference Sunday Dr. David L. Levir.e. professor of social worlf at the Graduate School of Social Welfare. Florida State University, will be the keynote speaker at the Fourth Annual Senior Gitizens Conference of the Greater Miami Jewi-h Community center, it was announced by "A. Budd Cutler, president. This conference will take place on Sunday, May 19th, 1:30 p.m. at the Miami YMHA Branch 450 SW :*th Avenue. Using the conference theme, "Making the Most of Your Later Years," Dr. Levine will address over 200 senior citizen delegates who participate in the center programs in all four branches. Dr. Levine serves on the Gov• rnor's Committee on Aging, and a' consultant for the State Health Department He hawrit ten extensively in the field of social welfare. He has been Invited %  present a paper on "Problem? the Iging," at the International Conference on Gerontology, to held in Copenhagen this summer. According to Mr. Cutler, who is serving as chairman of this pro-ram, eight workshops will follow the keynote address. They are: Should people continue to work in later years? Have you prepared yourself financially for the later years? What lessons have you learned from your life experience that you would pass on to the younger generation. Does family relations change in the later years? How does the older adult maintain his vigor and energy in the later years? How do you look upon your •free time.' a delight or a bore? Building an active membership and leadership training. The invocation will be delivered by Rabbi Solomon Schiff, spiritual leader of Congregation Beth El. Following the workshops the group will be involved in a social period, refreshments and entertainment. Arrangements will be coordinated by Ira Steinmetz, Superviaor, County Senior Citizens Department. The Greater Mami Jewish Community Center is a beneficiary agency of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation and the I'nited Fund. JERUSALEM-4JTA)— A warning against "harmful statements" apt to lower the prestige of the Zionist movement was issued at the meeting of the World Zionist Actions Committee by Moshe Sharett, chairman of the Jewish Agency executive, who called the movement irreplaceable. "Let us cease polemics and get on with the job,*' he said. He asserted that there had been many ; improvements in the movement, including the joining of new young blood, that the organizational frameworks had been strengthenI ed and that good work had been I done by the Government-Jewish I Agency coordinating committee. He said it was wise to beware ; of presenting a picture of the movement as being in a constant I stale of disagreement with the State of Israel and of the state as a divisive factor in the activities of the Jewish people. He stressed that there were activities in which the state was not engaged which were open to the Zionist movement such as education and information in Jewish communities outside of Israel. Eliahu Dobkin, head of the youth and hechalutz department, reported that Chalutzic movements abroad had a membership of 36,000 and that other Zionist youth movements had a membership of 48,000. He listed a variety of procedures to extend work with youth abroad and called the shortage of I vouth instructors "the most burn; ing problem." He added that 1 while much work had been done I to train instructors, it had not met i the need. A crisis appeared to be looming over the World Zionist Actions committee on the issue of coopting members of the right-wing Herut party to the Jewish Agency executive. Mr. Sharett, as chairman of the executive, told the meeting that the Actions Committee should act on the proposal. However, later he. reportedly told the Herut delegation that the time was not yet ripe for Herut to be given member-hip on the executive. A Herut spokesman said the' if en. try to the Jewish Agency executive was denied to it. the party would I et up an independent poMirji d e I partment for Jewish MtJUnunitleg I outside of Israel. Students Tow Museum Over 40 students of Temple Zamora Religious School, accompanied by Rabbi Herschel Brook*. took a tour of the Jewish Museum at Temple Emanu-E! conducted by Bev. Nathan Rose The ialan.ee i if the Hebrew School week was devoted to discussions of the articles seen at the muse.m Rubbing elbows and exchanging ideas with the world's great' est architects was a dream come true for over 200 s" architects last week. The students, from 40 schools oi archi tecture throughout the United States, met at Flagler F^: Savings for a give-and-take discussion with a score of award winning architects and sculptors. 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Fri day. May 17, 1963 +JmlfHirk>ridU< !" Page 9-A Federation Budget Committee Starts Sessions to Determine Allocations The Greater Miami Jewish Fedi ration started budgeting pro-1 c ggei for its agencies loccaly, na-i finally and overseas, at a meeting held in the Federation board room last Monday, May 6. Jack D. Gordon, chairman of the hu Iget committee, presided at the meeting seeking to program the allocation of funds for the operalion of Federation's 57 affiliated agencies locally and throughout the world. Sidney Lefcourt. president of ihe Greater Miami Jewish Federation; Arthur S. Rosichan. Federation executive director; and Robert F. Forman, Federation director of budgeting and planning, presented supplementary informa -,ion to the members of the budjet study committee, which will of vital importance in presentr,u a program of allocations to JTniect agency needs for 1963. "The local, national and overseas committees will begin their program of hearings next week/' Mr. Gordon stated. "I cannot overestimate the vital role played by these volunteer leaders in their studies of the agencies and their programs," the chairman said. "The requests we have receivd. when totalled, amount to alnost a half million dollars more •ban the amount available for the ilirpOM of allocations. Therefore it is the great responsibility of the committee members to review Me requests, study the programs and weigh in judgment the most [ficient use of the funds to be allocated so that the measure of the Federation dollar will serve humanitarian purposes to the fullest," Gordon stated. Following the hearings of the individual committees, the Federation budget committee will reconvene early in June and reports will be presented by the chairmen of their study and review of the agencies' requests along with recommendations for allocations for 1963. Gordon also announced that the budget committee would be divid! ed into local, national and overseas sections to conduct the hearings of agency requests. The 1963 budget committee I members are: Sam J. Heiman. chairman of the local agencies j study committee; Mrs. Dorothy Krieger Fink, vice chairman; Jules Arkin, Rabbi Herbert M. Baumgard, Theodore B e r m a n, Charles Goldstein, Richard Horwich. Murray Levine, Norton Pal' lot. Jacob Rifkin, Morton Russack, i Phillip Schiff, Mrs. Sidney M. Schwartz. Mrs. Benedict Silverman, Jack Stein, Byron Topol and Sam Gordon. National budget study committee chairman is Leo Eisenstein, with members Max Cogen, Daniel Cra vitt, Mrs. Sol Goldstein, Joseph II. Kaplan. Harry B. Smith, George Sogg and Stanley Spieler. Morris Broad. Joseph Cohen. Mrs. Jacob Entine. Alfred Stalford and Stanley Tate are members of | the overseas budget study com. mittee, chaired by Dr. George Graham. At the budget committee hearings of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation are (standing left to right) Dr. George Graham, chairman of overseas budget study; Leo Eisenstein, chairman of national agencies budget study; Mrs. Dorothy Krieger Fink, vice chairman of local agencies; Jack D. Gordon, budget committee chairman, and Sam J. Heiman, chairman of local agencies in the Greater Miami Community Budget Study. •xt th# Rabbis Visit Battle Scene Continued from Page 1-A essential in a program to restore education and especially the educated lay leader "to their rightful position in our congregations." He also called for the introduction of a new ceremony, Ab Mitzvah, which would require of laymen a rededication to the duty of Jewish study and observance at the age of 40. At an earlier session, 79 of the rabbis responding to a challenge from one of their leaders, left in a body for Birmingham, Ala., scene of repeated ard continuing demonstrations by Negroes against racial barriers in that city. The challenge was posed by Rabbi Bernard Mandelbaum, provost of the Jewish Theological Seminary. Rabbi Mandelbaum told the 400 rabbinical delegates that it was a question how they could be concerned "only with Nazi cruelty when acts of injustice to fellow human beings were taking place in our country." Rabbi Theodore Friedman, RAA president, thereupon introduced a resolution to send a delegation to Birmingham which was overwhelmingly approved. The rabbis then placed a telephone call to the Southern Christian Leadership Conference in Atlanta and were told their pres I ence in Birmingham was "urgent and of great importance." Just before they left, they received a telephone call from A. D. King, j brother of Rev. Martin Luther j King, a leader in the struggle for < Negro ciyil rights, who told them 'This is the time to come." The 20 rabbis boarded a plane for Newark after midnight to arrive in Birmingham at 5 a.m. after a stop in Atlanta. Expenses incurred by the 20 rabbis will be shared by voluntary contributions from delegates and that sum will be matched by an equal contribution from the RAA treasury. The delegates immediately contributed $1,500 toward the ex penses. In his annual presidential report. Rabbi Theodore Friedman, spiritual leader of Congregation Beth El, South Orange, N.J., called for a "new urity" of the Jewish people. This unity is of paramount importance today. Rabbi Friedman said, because "the old image of the Jew and Judaism projected and maintained by the church over the centuries, seems desti">ed to fade." This will mean that "we will be called • upon to participate in a religious dialogue totally urlike any that took place in the past," he said. 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Pace ft-R Page 10-A +jewi*ti fkrktian Friday, May 17, 1353 Beach Boys Elected Brandeis Leaders Lewis J. Serbin and .lack I Habib. both of MidTTii Beach. hav* been elected presi.lents of their classes at Brandeis University. Si rbin, son of Mr. and Mrs. N. John Serbin, 4564 Adams Ave.. la a junior at the Waltham. Mas.-. university, lie 1a graduate of Miami Beach High where he was on the honor roll, a member of the National Forensic League. Student Council and Junior Optimist Service Club, and recipient of a junior varsity letter in football and National Conference of Christians and Jews Brotherhood award. He is a sociology major at Brandeis. Habih, so;i of Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Habib. 7635 Abbott Ave.. is a freshman. A graduate of Yeshiva University High School in New York, he was vice president of both the junior class the Student Council, chairman of the Foreign Affairs Club, managing editor of the yearbook, a member of the debating and tennis teams and Aritsa. and recipient of an award in biology. He is a politics major and a Dean's List student at Brandeis. Brandeis. which later this year celebrates its 15th anniversary, enrolls 1800 students in its undergraduate School of Arts and Sciences and in 14 Graduate School departments. The Ford Foundation recently awarded the Waltham university a S6 million matching grant for overall academic purposes. Brandeis must raise $18 million to earn the grant. *. • When your family celebrates a Special Family OccasionWelcome Wagon Calls I When your family celebrates a .'sixteenth birthday, announces •an engagement or the birth of •a new baby, or moves to a new home, your Welcome Wagon Hostess, will call with a basket of gifts... and friendly greetings from the religious, civic and business leaders of £V our community Beth Shirah Nears first Unit of Five Temple Beth Shirah, Recon : striictionisl Congregation, 1eom Dieting "i" first ll ,,f ,ta flv year building plan at !20th St. and 771,1 AVe • I u II Dedication of the social bail, rabbis study. cantor's music room, classrooms and kitchen will be held in early July, and the buildinwill be readj for the High Holy Days services, with accommodaCompletion Year Program Ae|jmwn,^Dftvi| .Bendel^ Smukler, Leo Martin. Jo* |;,. r lean, Sidney stem. Spymoui Drex ler. Mrs. Jack Somber) rack Somberg, Leon Koth. • •„,;,„ Miller. Bernard Mendler David Schaecter and Bernard Ki Hand. Citations of honor, "for service to the Temple during it, r t er >ear," will be presented I R aD First rnember8 appointed to the committee for the Bureau of Jewish Education annual dinner now in its planning stages to be held in the fall at the Diplomat Hotel. Left to right are Mrs. Matilda Ratner and Max Kolker, co-chairmen, Mrs. Joseph Duntov and Mrs. Bea Muskat. Rabbi Horovitz Schedules Talk for tions for 800. ; bi Morris A. Skop to Mrs. Jack The Congregation will also open Somberg, outgoing Sisterhood a pre-kindergarten and nursery president; Burton Yagoda. school on Tuesday, Sept 3. in a; Brotncrnooa president; Dr. David completely equipped, modern Markenson Dr Leonard Lessner. playground, under supervision of j wi liam BasQS< Henr> H amer. Judge Saperslein Talks To Menorah Men's Club Judge Albert Saperstein, of the 5=SJ-Lt"LttJ! a=a*=r-=Sfi5 l" h '.T !" EK.ZS ££ Miami Beach, will be guest speakYachlVa PrinrinAlc Miara ***$• WIU ^JS*."!?" I students to meet the reading :„_ v A Harry] TeSnlYd rnnCipaiS er at Temple Menorah Men s Club readjness requ irements of the '^onRoth MS flavor Syi Rabbi Morris L. HOTOVlti, assist-. !" u ^ spring meeting in the youth Dade County Board of iMtroctkm, ant priqeipal of the Greater Mi lou "S c on Wednesday evening. Hebrew Academy, wll ad' J u f d 8e Spcrstc,^ who served as dress the annual convention of the'"* first Mens Club president hen National Conference of Yeshlva "^"sEXS. JSUJi £ Principals to be held this week!" mp,e M en rah R *"•! &peak n end at the Empire Hotel, Fern-! Crl !" and the 1 dale, N.Y. Election of new officers and mour Drexler, Morris Herman, During Friday evening services Sidney Stein. Norman Miller. Berthis week. J. William Baros, Jr.,' nard Mandler, Milton Maltcr. Ber chairman of the second advisory nard Friedland, Jack Somberg, council, will be installed with othCharles Sokol. or members of the slate including Leon Roth, outgoing chairman Jay Mellow, vice chairman; Burof the Advisory Council, is repre! board members will be held Ben ton Yagoda, Brotherhood presi-1 senting the Temple at the NationA comprehensive examination of Alter, president, announced, and dent; Mrs. Burton Yagoda, Sister-: al Conference of Reconstructionall aspects of the issue of Federal j p i ans f or future activities will be hood president; Sol Baskin. Sidney ist Congregations being held in aid to religion-sponsored schools j announced. Hausman. Morris Herman. Lee Buffalo. N.Y. will be among the major topics 1 on the agenda of the convention, according to an announcement by i Rabbi Joseph Elias of Detroit, national president of the organization, an affiliate of Torah Umesorah, the National Society for Hebrew Day Schools. Principals of some 150 Hebrew Day Schools in all parts of the United States and Canada will take part in the three-day conclave dealing with all phases of pro gramming, curricula and instruc tion teachniques for Hebrew Day Schools, which combine a full program of secular studies with religious instruction for Jewish youth from .kindergarten through the high school level. AN INVITATION TO F LO R 1 D t A N S TO discover florida this summer! KERHONKSON LODGE K"rhonk}on 3, New Yo.-k. Northern Hotel for People Who enjoy Dietary Cuisine, Broadway Shows, Swimming, Etc. Accommodates 150. Write for Brochure or Call JE 1-5603 When the occasion arises, phone HI 8-4994 GORDON ROOFING AND SHEET METAL WORKS INC. 148 NW 10 Ave. FR 3-7180 Have your roof repaired now; yot will save on a new roof later ••Satisfactory Work by Experienced Men" TWIN CITY ULASS CO. CUARANTEED MIRRORS STORE FRONTS WKNIWM TOPS ANTIQUE MIRRORS A RE SILVERING AUTO GLASS INSTALLED WHILE YOU WAIT 1220 16th Street, MB. 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htt Hay. May 17. 1963 • JmIsh fhrkfiair) Page 11-A Eleanor Roosevelt Town HoU Forum to i$cw [Foundation Names .lutznick Chairman School Prayer Controversy Following the first meeting of tie Executive Committee of the fleanor Roosevelt Memorial Founytion. Ambassador Adlai K. stevfcson, ihe Foundation's chairman Infirmt-J the appointment of ^ilip M. Klutznick, of Chicago, i tlie National Chairman of the undation's Founder's Fund. fr. Klutznick assumes the volary leadership of the $25,000.nation-wide capital fund apThose funds will be used |stabush the Foundation creat Mrt. Roosevelt's memory to on and continue the programs lactivities with which she was lifted during her lifetime. A panel discussion on "The School Prayer Controversy" will be held by The People Speak, Town Hall Forum, on Friday evening in the auditorium of Washington Federal Savings and Loan Assn., ,1234 Washington Ave. Members of the panel are Bernard Mandler. representing the American Jewish Congress; Clyde Atkins, attorney. Catholic Layman; Luther Pierce, executive director. Greater Miami Council of Churches; Rev. Jack A. Smith, Congregationalist minister. Chaim Rose, moderator. (sin Elected mu-EI Prexy li-tl Sossin has been elected (it of Temple Em ami-El Hood. Owner of the Blacketircmeht Hotel. Sossin is a esMent of Miami Beach frith Lodge; past president lumanc Society of Greater and co-iounder of the Flori Council of Senior Citizens.' Officers elected for 1963-64 t)rary vice president, Sam ,A1 Zablo: vice presidents. I fgal, Samuel Seltzer, Mil-1 recording secretary.: corresponding secre-1 I Milton Blum; treasurer, aks; financial secretary, fenstrauch; chaplain, SidDd. of the board of direcj Goldberg, a past presj Brotherhood; board of PLeonard Abramson, Dr. j Alterman, Martin Borkj Burris. Joseph Cohen,; Copelan. Benjamin Cypen. jstein. .Indue Milton Feller. Noah Fleisher. Ben re. Leonard Glickman.' Goldstein. Sol Goldstein. Alex Gordon, Elliott Harris. Horwitz. William Koretzky. Seymour %  red Levi, Albert Os-! lajeii helle. Charles Ros§ pn E. Rubin, David ; %  frvint: Schatzman. Dr Shapiro, Jack Silverman.i ith, Louis Spector. Fred | Jhprles Strelser. Charles < ^ %  t Wolf, Martin Woolin. tftrs and Leonard Zil; ^nts advisory board, j .^Br, Jules P. Channing. i B C>|H'ii, Allen Gold1 pi. Kout and Dr. H Casper New DiLido General Manager George Casper, a veteran of! more than 20 years in the hotel' business, has been appointed general manager of the DiLido Hotel] at Miami Beach. Announcing the appointment was Milton Sirkin. who along with his family has assumed ownership management of the 350-room hostelry on the oceanfront and Lin coin Rd. Casper has been manager of the DiLido for the past four years and prior to that worked in manager-, ial capacities at the Royal York. Biltmore Terrace and Promenade hotels. He was also affiliated with the Carillon and Sans Souci. Born in Homestead, Pa., Casper has lived in Miami Beach since 1928. He is a graduate of Ida M. Fisher High School at Miami Beach and Georgetown University in Washington, D.C. Honored for 10 years of service to the Hebrew Academy were seven Academy teachers at the first celebration of Yom Hamorah, Saturday night, at an affair sponsored by the PTA. Each faculty member received a plaque representing the years of dedicated service to the students of the Academy. An original playlet written by Mrs. Lillian Burton end directed by Mrs. Gladys Alpert was presented to the more than 200 parents present. Left to right are Mrs. Mildred Dearr, PTA president; Mrs. Shushannah Spector Greenberg; Mrs. Marjorie Ent; Mrs. Miriam Donnerstag; Mrs. Ruth Becker; Rabbi Alexander S. Gross, principal; Mrs. Bessie Stadlon; Mr. and Mrs. Harry Perach-Kwitney; and Mrs. Zvi Berger, chairman of the evenina. Dr. Unger Speaks t,brflry shows Fi,m Florida Heart Assn. The 14th annual assembly of the Florida Heart Assn. will be held at the Gait Ocean Mile Hotel in Ft. Lauderdale this weekend. Dr. Paul N. Unger, Miami Beach cardiologist and outgoing president of Florida Heart Assn., will present the welcome address. On Saturday, scientific sessions for laymen and physicians are scheduled. Dr. Louis Lemberg, secretary of Florida Heart Assn.. and chairman of the general assembly, announced that Howard Sprague, M.D., of Boston, will be guest speaker at the President's dinner on Saturday evening. Dr. Sprague is a past president of the American Heart Assn. .will be shown Tuesday. 8:15 p.m., 1 at the Miami Public Library. "You Are Not Alone." a new ; Dr Ralph Maercks psychiatrist film exploring the problems of W JU discuss the film and answer success in %  competitive society, I questions. Asthma Research Luncheon Greater Miami Chapter of Children's Asthma Research Institute end Hospital at Denver held its i donor luncheon and installation of officers this past week at the Algiers Hotel. Mrs. Albert Werner accepted the gavel from Mrs. Adolph Stempel, out-going president. 1 1 1 < Irvin W. Katz, M. Ed. Educational Consultant APTITUDE TESTING CAREER GUIDANCE COLLEGE ADMISSIONS COUNSELING SCHOOL SELECTION AND PLACEMENT By Appointment %  407 LINCOLN ROAD 532-3541 NEW HEALTH with every LUXURY answer your phone in your own namo. Lots I per week for a full time Telephone Secretary. 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Page 12-A 9-Jmisii ncrktten Friday, M ay 17. |jj| I Palmer State B'nai B'rith President-Elect President -elect of the Florida Federation of "B'nai BYilh is Cot SMmy H rainier, longtime Mi .imi resilient Election was held It the State convention last week in Daytona Beach. Ben Goldfeld. insurance execume of Daytona Boaeli. was elected president and will serve until April. Ml when he will turn tV l over to Palmer. The 1964 State convention will be held in the Greater Miami area during Palmer's presidency. First vice president is Ansel Witionstem of Hollywood. Fla.: Harry Garvin. of Orlando, secretary and Arthur Horowitz, of No Miami Beech, treasurer. Regional vice presidents are Sam Robbing, Tallahassee: Myron Botcnpleeth, St Petersburg; How aid Kann, Daytona Beach. Muri. > Skup, No. Miami Beach: Dr. Maurice Kovnat. Palm Beach; Ed Stern. Miami; and Joseph Gorin%  tein, Miami Beach. A Miami resident for 40 years, Cel. Palmer was named "Man of Achievement" in lt5l by Sholom Lodge, B'nai B'rith, which he also served as president. He has served as a member of the State Board of Social Welfare. District 9; the Florida Conference ot Social Welfare: the Citizens Advisory Committee on Highway Safety, State of Florida; and as Doc Klein Appointed to Veteran Service Committee Dede County Board of Commissioners baa appointed Maurice Klein to the Metropolitan Dede County veterans Service Advis-' Committi "Doc" K i nmender the A ran 1 J BM i>h I the Miami Beech S \ %  ., < War I. -. tersns al over j i..; K tin baa of \" Comml : ir :"lk<. bar of the board of u chairR v Mi %  Committee, Miamt-Dade ^County Chamber of Commerce: board of directors. Baron de Hirsch Loan Fund; board of governors. Greater Miami Jewish Federation; Zionist Organisation of America. Miami District; Ifizrachi Organization of America; and Vladeek Branch 692, Workmen's Circle. Owner of Palmer's Miami Monument Co., at 3279 SW 8th St.. he's also proprietor of Palmer's Marble and Granite Co. President-elect Ben Goldfield presided at the convention, taking the place of President Charles Seiavitch, who was ill and urable to attend. COl. SIDNtr H PALMER past chairman of the Board of Review. City of Miami. He is a past president of Temple Zamora. Congregation Beth David. Beth El. and past vice president of the Greater Miami Jewish Cemetery' Assn.. and the Hebrew Free Loan Assn. Palmer has been honorary Deputy Sheriff of Dade County; honorary member of Florida Sheriff's Assn.: honorary citizen of Boys Town. Neb.; and past chair man of the fund raising committee of Greater Miami Jewish Community Centers He holds membership in the Biscayne Bay Lodge 124 F & A M; Miami Consistory. Orient of Florida; Mahi Temple: Benevolent and Protective Order Of Elks. 948: Miami Beach Lodge 170 Krnghti Pythias. Keel i: K*ressan DOKK: G ami Mai Lsso Monuand G.t Fla Ab Mi iSSE Palnv i US Coast I Luxiliarj tilla 10; Norm) Brw Peat Jewish War VetOI SA M .y chamber Opening session featured a "Havdalah" service by Rabbi Norman H. Diamond of Temple Beth-El of Daytona. Greetings were extended by Sam Garfield. president Daytona Beach lodcc: Mrs Ben Goldfield. president BB Women Daytona Beach; City Commissioner Stanley Xass; Goldfield; Mrs. Harry Ornstein. president Florida State Federation BB Chap ters; Mrs. Alfred Reich, president BB Women District 5: and Jack J. Jenkins, president District Grand Lodge 5. Keynote address was given by Henry Saltzman. curator for BB Art Museum for the Blind in Daytona Beach. A reception followed. A joint banquet and installation w s held Moody evening with acting executive secretary Arnold^D. *ETh1Son as master of ceremonies. District president Jack J. Jenkins Installed men's officers, and District Women's president. Mrs. Allied Reich installed women's of ficers Guest speaker. Hon. Tom Adams. Sec. of State for the State of Florida, was introduced by Louis Ossinsky, Jr. Sunday morning business seslion featured a joint Hillel worship with Myron Rosenbleeth presiding. An analysis of the discussions indicate,! that the general situation of Hillel in the State of Florida was in excellent hands, with specific recognition to the burning of the Hillel mortgage at the Universitv of Florida. 'Hillel Day' On UM Campus The combined B'nai B'rift Women's Councils sponsor| "Hillel Day" recently, at n,|| e House. University of Miami to praettt draperies to the building Mrs. Alfred Reich, president of B'nai B'rith Women District 5 was guest speaker. Mrs Ruth Corey is coordinating chairman, assisted by Mrs. Helen Hoffman and Mrs. Harriet Spector. AMERICAN ISRAELI $ RELIGIOUS STORE r> ALL RELIGIOUS ARTICLES FOR SYNAGOGUES SCHOOLS — HOMES 1357 WASHINGTON AVE MB JE 1-7722 S. 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Friday. May 17, 1963 JEWISH MORALISTS 'hap. I., 5^_ Jose, the son of I hanan. of Jerusalem, said: Let house be open wide, let the be members of thy household:] '. engage no? m much gossip : women. This applies even to I own wife; how much more %  to the wife of one's neighbor. \i net the sages say. Whoso en[ es in much gossip with women igl evil upon himself, neglects • tudy of the Torah. and U'ill in I end inherit Gehinnom. • • • 'Kap. 1., IS. He used to say: A lame ma edgreat is a name desoyed; he who dots not increase t knowledge, decreases it; and he r ho does not study, deserves to : : %  : and he who ma^es a worldly I st of the crown (of the Torah). +Jew 1st) Flcridttan Page 13-A mil pass away. • • Chap. II., 6. R. ^echunva. son : f Ha-kana, siiJ: Whoso receive* "_ pun himself the yoke of the Tor. from him the yoke of the king". and the yoke of the worldly C will he removed; but whoso I toff from him the yoJ n .,..,, .. .. Jewish lli-toiy. is now obsolete and has been so lor some time. AGUDATH ISRAEL. 7801 Carlyle ave. Orthodox. Rabbi Isaac Ever. BETH DAVID. 2625 SW 3rd ave. Conservative. Rabbi Norman N. ShapiroCantor William W. Lipson. Friday 5:15 O.m. BM Mitzvah: Deborah, daughter of Mr. aiul Mrs. Manuel Lubel. Saturday 9 a.m. llnr Mitzvah: Robert, son of Mr. and All H. Solomon Wachholdcr. BETH EL, 500 SW 17th ave. Orthodox. Rabbi Solomon Schiff. Friday-ti::io p.m. Saturday S:30 a.m. Sermon: "The Choice Is Ours." .Minima G:30 p.m. BETH EMETH. 12250 NW 2nd ava. Conservative. Rabbi Simon April. Cantor Hyman Fine. Friday 8:18 p.m. GuSSt speaker, Prank Kreutser, law student at I'niverslty f Miami. Topic: "Minority Groups: and the Law." Saturday S:4."> a.m. BETH ISRAEL. 400 Prairie ave. Orthodox. Rabby H. Louis Rottman. Friday 8:45 p.m, Saturday '•' a.m. "IMvlne Providence and Temple Emanu-EI of Ft. Lauderdale • BETH JACOB. 301-311 Washington ave. Orthodox. Rabbi i ibor Stern. Cantor Maurice Mamches. BETH KODESH 1101 SW 12fh ave. Modern Traditional. Rabbi Max Shapiro. Cantor Fred Bernstein. Friday 830 p.m. Katurda) 8:43 a.m Judaism of all—Secular Judaism. This Judaism proclaims that a Jew Sermon "Hlnal Mean* Hatred." ;3o p.m. Sermon: Laws of SurCertainly Reform Judaism is a "new" Judaism. To a certain ex tent so are Conservative and Orthodox Judaism. We have, in effect, a multitude of religions going under the guise of "Judaism." In addition to the official "Judaism" there is the most popular vival. • BETH RAPHAEL. Orthodox. Julius 130 NW 3rd ave. Sapero. president. • — BETH TFILAH, 935 Euclid ave. Orthodox. Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovsky. Fridaj 8:30 p.m. Saturday 8:80 a.m. tach to it. is obsolete, it is time to comfort ourselves with the tremen-1 j?athe dous implications. of Jewish extraction need not be a Jew in the religious sense to ful'hough the present sanctuary f'" nls destiny as a Jew. To the secular Jew. Judaism is certainly 1 iT.mple Emanu-EI at 1801 South b lc,c as a discipline let alone as a way of thinking and practicing Little wonder that confusion and lack of clearly delined goals exist ewi Avenue dates from 1939, in our attempts at Jewish Religious education, how can we make %  has been an organized Jewi Judaism relevant as a meaningful religion is no doubt the great chali community in Ft. Lauderdale lenge of the future. If Judaism, by whatever adjective we may at-' Sermon: "Dreadful Price toi |he facilities of the congregawere expanded in 1952 when construction of the Todd Kaufnn Auditorium, second largest Ihe city, to house a social hall, ihen, religious school classIs and administrative offices. latest addition has been the Horwitz Memorial Library, fpleted in 1960. •mpie Emanu-EI is a reform .rt nation affiliated with the in of American Hebrew Conations. Its spiritual leader K August. 1961 has been Rabbi i.iid M. Leviton. for Asslml of mir P.m. Sermon: 1 ho Mrs Bernard Kelss. Hllde class 5:45! Meeting of Mind and Spirit. Religion p.m.' "Psalms Of David." and MVnthal Health.'' Saturday 11 s Bar Mitavah: Mark, son of Mr. FT. LAUDERDALE EMANUEL. 1801 National Federation of Tem|Y( ith. Sisterhood. Mens' Club, Thirty-Miners, a social group ests 25:11) says that the Almighty (he VJsitor t0 agree with him Kt5£ £££" %  £ wc^Sa j; *j-'-J>ur mature members and many I likewise commanded to comfort, first. Nahmanides (Torah Har religious, cultural and socthose who mourn among us. Jacob [ Adam) explains that the mourner activities. I is reported to have comforted his W ould open the conversation first 'father Isaac upon this same ocwUh h justifying statement casion. The Talmud (Baba Bathra Be present officers include: Henry I. Thanz, president of kple Emanu-EI, Mrs. Alvin In. president of Sisterhood, Mr. Sterngold, president of the Club. %  '. .' !l. '':SU." %  %  -• %  %  '.. %  .•' %  GEMS OF WISDOM %  iu've freedom consists in the i Eaneoui activity of tfir toal. inI iud personality. l-ROMM. g • • %  •1.M* I was born a slave. I | liberty more than you. BOERNE. fe • xptrtenct teaches us to be most | our guard to protect liberty | n the govrrnment** purpoies | henefknt. — BRANDEIS. | • i l Jtwiik faith is in no way J -"Rered by Germany's -liberaJ movement. If a religion can = Only uu.li-r serfdom, let it %  for it is not of divine oriI —FURST. I roclaim liberty throughout the unto all the inhabitants thereI LBvmcus. "Blessed be the Judge of Truth." (Job 1:2D said early in his case, "The Lord gave and the Lord hath taken, blessed be the name of the Lord." Generally speaking, this practice avoids the condition of forcing the mourner to speak up. It lets him start the conversation when he is ready and conditioned to the justice of the Almighty. 16:2) tells us that the verse in the Bible which reports that "Jacob sod pottage" (Genesis 25:29) infers that he was doing this to comfort his father Isaac who was mourning the loss of Abraham. It is reported in Aboth D'Rabbi Nathan that comforting mourners is one of the things that "brings good into the world" (Aboth D'R'Nathan 30:1). • • Why is It thst when vititir fl the Hows* of mournors ono mr* wait for tho mourner himielf to open the conversation? This is derived in the Talmud (Moed Katan 28b) from a passage in the Book of Job (2:13) where it is written "So they sat down with him on the ground ... and none spoke a word unto him; for they saw that his grief was very great." Subsequently the Bible tells us "After this Job opened his mouth" (Job 3:1). It was only after that that the conversation opened up such as it was. It is claimed that this is done because one of the basic purposes for comforting the mourners is to justify above, or the mountain was lifted the judgment of the Almighty. It I over thei heads. Why arc all Mitt children called up to tho Torah together and cov •rod with a Tails on Simchas Toraht Jewish life always wanted to demonstrate the fact that the Torah belongs td every one^—men, women and children. Spreading the Talis over the children is symbolic of the clouds of glory that protected the children iof Israel n their trek through the wilderness. It is also symbolic of the way in which the Torah was given when the children of Israel were at the foot of Mt. Sinai and the clouds appeared E. Andrews ave. Reform. Rabbi Richard M. Leviton. Friday i*:l"' p.m. Sermon: "The Religious School Today." Faculty members • %  ( Religious Bohool will be] honored. HEBREW ACADEMY. 2400 Pinetree dr. Orthodox. Rabbi Alexander S. Gross. Mid Mrs. Berl Orayson. TEMPLE TIFERETH JACOB. 951 Flamingo Way. Conservative. Rabbi Hvman Gross. Cantor Jack Lerner. Klein. Friday vr> p.m. At Onea simbbat following services, u-ifts will be l>resented to the "Motner <>f the Year. Saturda] %  am. HIALEAH REFORM JEWISH CONGREGATION. 555 W. 49th St., F lean Reform. ISRAELITE CENTER. 3175 SW 25th St. Conservative. Rabbi Morton Malavsky. Cantor Louis Cohen. Friday 1:15 p.m. Saturday S:tO a.m. Sermon: "Portion of the Week." Bar Mitzvah: Martin, son of Mr. and Mrs, Jaek Ilursuk. KNESETH ISRAEL. 1415 Euclid ave. Orthodox. Rabbi David Lehrfieid. Cantor Abraham Seif. MINYONAIRES. 37S7 Bird rd. Modern Traditional. • —— OHEV SHALOM. 911 Normandy dr. Orthodox. Rabbi Phineas Weberman. SOUTHWEST CENTER. S438 SW ith St. Conservative. Rabbi Maurice Klein. TEMPLE AOATH YE8HURUN. 1026 NE 183rd st.. Miami Gardens rd. Rabbi Jonah E. Caplan. Cantor Morris Berger. Friday 8:15 p.m. Sermon: "Use and Abuse." Saturday it a.m. TEMPLE BETH AM. 5950 N. Kendall dr., So. Miami. Reform. Rabbi Herbert Baumgard. Cantor Charles Kodner. Friday 8:30 p.m. Sermon: "People Who Have Given Me Faith." Senior class of the Religious School will be honored. Saturday 11 :U a.m. Bar Mitzvah: Lurry, son of Dr. and Mrs. lleiilien Sorkln. TEMPLE BETH EL OF HOLLYWOOD: 1351 S. 14 sve. Reform Rabbi Samuel Jaffe. TEMPLE BETH SHIRAH. Suniland Hall. 11539 So. Dixie hwy. Reconstructionist. Rabbi Morris Skop Cantor Herman Gottlieb. • TEMPLE BETH SHOLEM of Hollywood. 1725 Monroe St. Conservative TEMPLE ZAMORA. 44 Zamora ave. Rabbi Herschel Brooks. Cantor Ben Dickson. I Friday 8:18 p.m. Bermon: "The Laws I on Mt. Sinai. A Way of Life to our children." Students of the Religious School will be honored. Saturday 8:45 ;i in. Bermon: "Laws We Cannot Nationalize." TEMPLE ZION. 5720 SW 17th St. Conservative. Rabbi Alfred Waxman. Cantor Seymour Hinkes. Fridav x:H> p.m. Sermon: "Laws and Statutes." Saturday 9:30 a.m. Bar Mitzvah: Alan, son of Mr. and Mrs. David Cypress. • —— TIFERETH ISRAEL. 6500 N. Mlsml ave. Conservative. Rabbi Henry Wernick. Cantor Albert Glantz. Fridav S:30 p.m. Sermon: "The Future Belongs to Whom?" Oneg Shabbat host: Sisterhood. Saturday 9 a.m. Sermon: "l'ortion of the Week." YEHUDAH MOSHE. 13630 W. Dixie hwy. Conservative. Rabbi Morten Shalowitz. Cantor Maurice Neu. Friday 8:15 p.m. Saturday 9 a.m. Bar Mltsvah: Arthur, son of Mr. and Mrs. Allan Swers. YOUNG ISRAEL. 990 NE 171 St. Orthodox. Rabbi Sherwin Stauber. Fridav :30 p.m. Saturday 9 a.m. Bermon: "Re Strong and Steadfast." Mlncha 6:30 p.m. TEMPLE B'NAI NE 167th St. Zwitman. ABRAHAM. 37 Rabbi Nathan H. •in i %  !' in ii"'' i i ,ii: :. i %  CANDLEUGH7ING T/ME 23 Iyar — 6:43 pjn.



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grid. riday. May 17. 1963 +Jmi$ttncrkUan Page 15-A LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW SOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that mid, signed. deairMg to rnnnev h inine. under the fictitious name \A INSTANT AUTO INBUROR* 1727 N W. Till Street, Ml:imi. Ha.. register said iianiiwith ,. cier* of HIP Circuit Court of nil Cow tv, Florida. VTK18SUN COLE INSURANCE AGENCY, INC 4/26, .',:!. in. 17 NOTCE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE LEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY, No. 63C 646 lilNA WILKINSON, I'lair.: .:, >HS D WLD WILKINSON, |..-fer '..•lit. SUIT FOR DIVORCE IOHN DONALD WILKINSON ;,%i Hoover street i -mcles >.. California y JOHN DONALD WILKINSON herel • -. %  tif"I•*1 that a 1JIII of t'utnaint for Divorce has been filed aaist : %  I, and VOU ate required to fve a copy of your Answer ot sailing to tho I'.ill of Complaint on I'lal -111'~ Bttorney, SA.MI'KI, .KTCHER, 261) !Oth Street. Miami I, Klurldn ami fil<< the origAnewer or Pleading In the office %  the Cleric of the circuit Court on rfon the 10th day of May, 1MI, •i f. I to do so. judgment by delull will be taken against you for Mli %  demanded in the win of iilali • Thin m %  %  • %  shall be published once v.. %  > for four consecutive weeks THE JEW ISH FLORIDIAN. >XE AND ORDERED at Miami, i.la, thla 12th day of April, A.D. LEATHERMAN, Clerk. I nit Court, Dude County. Florida l:> K. M 1.Y.MAN. I'.putv Clerk ivrKl, FLETCHER ">th Street i'.. h M, I'l.u kta ites : Plaintiff 4/15-26. :./3-t0 THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN A*.D FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA IN PROBATE NO. 59193C HE: Estate of l.\ltiX*TTB DEMOPOULOS I >. <•....~. d. NOTICE TO CREDITORS Ml Creditors and All Persons ltavI'laiD.-. or Demands Against Said Bate; u >r bare b y notified and reil to present KB}' claimsand dc|nd whlcli you may bave against nutate of CHARI/OTTB DEMOV l.'i.-' deceased late of l>ADK limy, Florida, to the County Judges llmde < oiiniy, and file th,•BUM in %  (U< and as provided in Section |.1. Florida Statutes, in their ofiu thCounty Courthouse in nty, Florida, within six calr months frm J -thr time of the T puhlb-atlon hereof, or th, same be burred. ued at Miami. Florida, this vh of Api II. AH UM '.'I'lloNV BZARYC \Administrator ml y iblleation of this notice on .... of April, IMS, >RGB MCII. U.AS Administrator W .HI Av .Miami. Fla I H, •". S-RM" NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW ili .: IS HEREBY U1VEN that undersigned, desiring to engage lne under tinfictitious name I HERN CLINICAL LABORAn nt I4M Washinton Avenne, I ...h. Via., intends to regie id n ime witli the Clerk of the it Court of Dade County, Flo:'AYNF. MEDICAL LABORATORIES, INC. U .1 Kothenbanr, President / K. B. Shouger, Secretary "'N'OVITSt, SILVER *.SCIIER for Li-ea-ue Medical ii ll R, Inc. -v iii — %  • Bid.. Miami, Fla. A Ol 4/28. 6/1. 10, 17 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW TICB IS HJEREBT GIVEN that ii'.-:-: signed, desiring to engage %  i -ini-under the fictitious name IMKDIA ASSOCIATES at MM Disl< ill vard, Miami, Florida. Into register said name with the %  i :he Circuit Court of Dade Florida. RIISCATKE MEDICAL LABORATORIES, INC. i.i": d Rotbenberg, PreeMent I: I! Stlousar, Secretary tONOVlTZ, SII.VKK 4 BCHER rneya for BJecayne Medical • t %  -. Inc. Ainsle. Building. Miami. Fla 4 M. 5/3. 10. 17 DAYBHU BY HENRY IE0NARD "You got me all wrong, Sam. It's not that I want to join ... it's that I want the RIGHT to REFUSE!" Cr. 1A3. Doymj Production! LEGAL NOTICE IN THE CIRCUIT COUHT OF THE 11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY FLORIDA IN CHANCERY No. 3C 4279 (Cullen) HO YD K. HICK MAN, Plaint iff. -VHJESSIK MARI.ENE HICKMAN. defendant. NOTICE OF SUIT FOR DIVORCE TO: JESSIE MARLENE HICKMAN Defendant lir.7 Venetian Drive, S.W. Atlanta, Georgia YOr, JESSIE MARLENE HICKMAN. are hereby notified that a Bill of Complaint for Divorce has I n filed attainst you, nnd you are required to serve a OOpy of your Answer to the Kill of Complaint on the Plaintiff's Attorney, HANMHtD M SWEHDI.IN, 2S1 Security Trust KulldinK. Miami .11*. Florida, and file the nrlirlnal Answer or Pleadlnfc in the office o( the Clerk af the Circuit Court on or before the 27th day of May, lOli::. If you fnil to do so. judgment by default will be taken against you for the relief demanded in the BUI of Complaint. DONE AND ORDERED at Miami. Florida, this 21 th day of April. A.D. 13. E. B. LEATHERMAN Clerk, Circuit Court Miami. Dade County. Florida By: C. P. COPELAND Deputy Clerk 4/M, 5/S, 10. 17. 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 W'EINEK, Plaintiff. *• Vs. Tl LOUIS VVKINEK. Defendant. SUIT FOR D VORCE TO: LOriS WEINEIl c/o (Seneral Delivery New York City. New York You. LOI'IS WEINEK. are hereby in.tiri. MI that a Bill of Complaint for Divorce has been filed aicalnst you, and you are required to serve a copy of vour Answer or Pleading to the Bill of Complaint on the Plaintiff's attorney, SOL ALEXANDER. One Lincoln Road BulkMnf, Miami Beach, Florida, and fll" the original Answer or Pleading In the offl. f the Clerk of the Circuit Court on or before the Mli day of May. 1H6::. If you fail to do so. Judgment by default will he tak.-n against you for the relief deniaii'l.il In the Hill of Complaint. This notice shall he puMI.-hed once .ach week for four ponaecutlv* weuka In THE JEWISH FIX>RID!AN. DONE AND ORDERED at Miami, Florida, this Mrd day of April, A.D. i: w I.I: vTHBRMAN, Cleric, circuit c t Dade County. Florida Bj I SNEBDBN. Deputy Clerk .'. ",. 10. IT, II LEGAL NOTICE THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA IN PROBATE No. 59282-B. |Rh: Batata of ll.l.IAM SHANE Uceased. NOTICE TO CREDITORS All Creditors and All Persons Hav1 lalmi or Demaiuls Against Said late; ou are hereby notified and re"I to i r.s,nt any claims and deld which yon may have agalnet • •tale ,.f WILLIAM SHANE de|S'il Lite of Dade County. Florida. Itiie County Judges of Dade Counh'Tiil file the same in duplicuto and [P'ovided in Section 733.16. Florida j* lte, in tjielr offices In the CounI' onrthouaa In Dade County. FlorIthln six calendar months from time of the Hrst publication h.ie"e name will be barred. BUed m Miami, Florida, this Mtfa l April, A.D IMS, NORMAN A SHANE uff AaHkecutor I'J'-liT I. WEINTRACB 1 ^ CR18TOL %  "' %  < urltj Tr i %  rid i Criatol Exx -..r 10-17 :'l NOTICE BY.PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY, No. 63C 4351 HELEN ELIZABETH POINTER, Plaintiff, vs. IllT.ERT I. POINTER. Defendant, SUIT FOR DIVORCE TO: Hl'BlSRT L POINTER Addreei I'nlinowu You. IH'BEKT L. POINTER, are herebv notified that B Bill of Complaint for invoice has been filed again-t voii, anil you are required to serve a c.py of your Answer or Pleading to the Kill of Complaint on thPlaintii'l "s attorney. Angelo A. All. 400 Alnsley P.ldg.. Miami 32. FlorWa and file the original Answer or PleadInir in the office of the Clerk of the Circuit Court on or before the Sith dav of May. 19M. If you fall to do so." judgment by default will be taken against you for the relief demanded In the Hill of Complaint. This notice shall Inpublished once euch week for four consecutive weeks In THE JEWISH PLORIDIAN. DONE AND ORDERED at Miami. Florida, this Mrd day of April. A.D. B. B. LEATHERMAN, Clerk. Circuit Conn. Dade County. Florida Deputy Clerk (seal) By: C. P. CoPELAND ANC.ELO A Al.l _„ Ilia Alnsley Bldg., Miami J2. Fla. Attorney for Plaintiff ( ;:.\n-\; NOTICE OF SUIT or ORDER OF PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA, IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY No 63C 4651 ARTHIR JASON ARONSON, Plaintiff, vs. LORRAINE ARONSON. Defendant. SUiT FOR DIVORCE TO: I/>RIL\INE A RON SON c/o Smith 44 McLelUin Street Dorchester. Massachusetts You. LORRAINE ARONSON, are herebv 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 Plead Ing to the Bill of Complaint on the Plaintiffs Attorney, C.EORC.K KA8TENBAUM, KSg.. KASTENBALM, MAMliER. OOPMAN & EPSTEIN. One Lincoln Road Building, Miumi Beach. Florida, and flic the original Answer or Pleading in the office of the Clerk of the Circuit Court on or before the Ird day of June. is63. if vou fall to do so. judgment by default will be taken against you for the relief demanded in the Bill of Complaint. This notice shall he published once each week for four consecutive weeaa in THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN. DONE AND ORDERED at Miami. Ke.luia. tins -Ita oa> ol April, A.U. l'.oi:: E. B. LEATHERMAN. Cl< rk, Circuit Coin t, Dane County. Florida (aaal) i;> K M I.YMAN l leputy clerk QBOROE KASTENBAI M, Esq. Rautenbaum, Mamber, Qopman tt BJpstein Attorney for Plaintiff 5 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 2676 CNPEAN ANDREWS, Plaintiff, vs. JOSEPH It. HENNENFENT and MATTHEW E. D1CIACCO, Defendants. TO: JOSEPH B. HENNENFENT MBS Berdon street Woodland Hills, California You, JOSEPH B. HENNENFENT, are hereby notified that a Hill of Complaint has la-en tiled ae.ain.-t you, and you are required to serve a copy of your Answer or Pleading to the BID of Complaint on the Plaintiff's attorney, MONROE DIXON, 17*0 Coral Way, Miami, Florida ami file -the original Answer or Pleading in the /•ffic.. of tincierk of the Circuit Court on or before the 27th day of May, 1S"3. If you fail to .In so, judgment by default will he taken against you for the relief demanded In the Bill of Complaint. This notice shall ho published once each week for four consecutive weeks in THE JEWISH ELoRIDlAN. DONE AND ORDERED at Miami, Florida, this 22nd day of April, A.D. IMS. B. P.. LEATHERMAN. Clerk. Circuit Court. Dade County. Florida (seal) By; K. M I.YMAN, Deputy ch-rk Ml INROE DIXoN 1790 Coral Way, Miami, Fla. Attorney for Plaintiff 4 2L. :. :'.. 10. 17 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NoTll'E IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictltlous_ name of Ctaig's Camera Center at ..li.> fc.vt. M Avenue. South Miami. Florida Intends to register said num.withi the. Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dido County! Horida. ,,..-..• SAMUEL R I'ANOW Shevin. Ooodman .Holtzinaii By: Svlvan N. Holtaniun Attorney for Samuel R. Danow 346 Scvl.nld Building Miami 32. Florida c/3 ., 0 -17-i NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY tilVl.N that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under tho fictitious name of KEL MUSIC SALES at 4". S.E. loth Ct., lltnleah, Fla.. Intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dado County, Florida. ._.„ TONE DISTRIBUTORS, INC. 4/26. a/3. 10. 17 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage iu business under the fictitious name of INSTANT ACTOMOB11.E LIABILITY INSURANCE at 1727 N.W. 7th Street. Miami. Fla.. Intends to register said name with the Clerk bl the Circuit Court of Dade County, Flor"ATKISSON & COLE INSURANCE AGENCY, INC 4/26. R/3. 10. 17 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of BKANDE1S INVESTORS at 1150 S.W. 1st Street. Miami. Florida, intend to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County. Floridu. ..__ STANLEY C. MYERS LOCUS HEIMAN LJiON KAPLAN 1/26. 5/3. 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 MARJORIE I.. MASON, Plaintiff vs. l'.i IBERT II. MAS. IN, I vfenilant. AMENDED SUIT FOR DIVORCE Ti Ii Hi IBERT II. M A Si IN You. ROBERT H MASON, are hereby unified thai a Bill Of Complaint for Divorce has been fried against you, and .Mill are required to Wrve a copy of vour Answer or Pleading to the Bill of Complaint on the Plaintiffs attorney. NEAI. ,1. DUNN, 514 Ansley Building, Miami, Florida anil file the original Answer or Pleading In the office of the Clerk of the Circuit Court on or before the 27th day of May. IMS. If you fall to do so. Judgment by default will he taken against vou for the relief demanded in the Bill of Complaint. This notice shall lie published once each week for four consecutive weeks in THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN. DONE AND ORDERED at Miami. Florida, this 23rd day of April, A.D. 1963. E. B. LEATHERMAN, Clerk. Circuit Court. Dade County. Florida (seal) By: K. M. LYMAN, Deputy Clerk NEAI, J. DUNN .".14 Alnsley Building Miami. Florida Attorney for Plaintiff 4/26. 5/3. 10. 17 ATTENTION ATTORNEYS! 4 +Jewisim6fidHan solicits your legal notice*. Wo appreciate your patronage and guarantee) accurate service at legal rates Dial FR .1-f65 for messenger service LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THF C'RCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLOR.DA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY, No. 63C 4719 BERTA M. MACHIN, Plaintiff. Vs. ARMANI HI MACHIN, Defendant. SUIT FOR DIVORCE TO: ARMANI n I MACHIN ::!•.* Auilulion Avenue New York City, New York Yon, ARMANDO MACHIN". are hereby notified that a BUI 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 Plaintiffs attorney. Sanford L. Muchnick, 220 71st Street. Miami Beach 41. Horida and file the original Answer or Pleading In the office of the Clerk of the Circuit Court on or before the Ird day of June, IM3. If you fall to do so, Judgment by default Will be taken against you for the i—Iif demanded in the Bill of complaint. This notice shall be published once each week for four consecutive weeka in THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN. DONE AND ORDERED at Miami. Florida, this 1st day of May. A.D. LNt. E B, LEATHERMAN. Cleric, Circuit Court. Dade County. Florida is.ali By: K. M. LYMAN. Deputy Clerk r, ::-in-i7-2i NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY, No. 3C 4716 MARJORIE Sl'ZANNE REIS, Plaintiff, vs. FRED W. REIS, Defendant. SUIT FOR DIVORCE TO: PRED W. REIS 0 o Stanley Slrntln Au. de Valmont 2l) Lausanne, Switzerland Ton, PRED W REls. are hereby notified that a Bill of Complaint for Divorce has been filed against you. and you arc required to aerve a cop) of vour Answer or Pleading to the I'.iii of Complaint on the Plaintifi attorney, Sanford L. Muchnlck, • %  a Stolar a Muchnlck, M0 Tist strei Miami Beach II, Florida and file the original Anawer or Pleading in the offli e of the cierk of the Circuit Court on or in!..re the Srd da> of June, IMS If vou fail to do so. Judgment by default will be liken against you fi t the relief demanded in the Bill o( Complaint This notice shall be published onci each week for tour consecutive weeks in THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN DONE AND ORDERED al Miami, Florida, this 1st day of Mas, A.D IMS. E. B. LEATHERMAN, Clerk. Circuit Court, Dade County, Florida (aeai) By: K H, LYMAN, DepuU Clerk :, ::-i"-i7--Ji NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVKN that the undersigned, desiring to engage „i PU.METTO FARMER* -? K KRT a JMI N u :;nl s "'*"•• • M,M !:,'„' i-anii-ns. Florida. Intend to register said name with the Circuit Court of ''"V'l'i'i-P.I'T OP PLORIDA, INC. RICH Mil I. OF FLORIDA. INC. J\Y iVl'.T CORPORATION %  003 DulVtnl Plata Center, Miami r_\ Florida „____ W\l TMAN, COHEN ROBERTS Attorney! foi Vppllcant BJ IRVINO TALTMAN s ^ ,. „ ( the Clerk of Dade Coiint.N, NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that th. undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious nanie of Mrs. M. at I>nde County, Florida. intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court ot Dade County, Florida. ___„ SEABOARD (SENURAL CORP. (a Delaware Corporation) Sole owner 4/26. 5/3. 10. 17. NOTICE UNDSR FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name of Mr. M. ot Dade County. Florida. Intends to register said nunie with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. SEABOARD GENERAL CORP. (a Delaware Corporation) Bole owner 4 16, V •, in, 17. NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY, No. 62C 10B44 LOTTIE PEBOCSON, Plaintiff, CLAD1CS FERGUSON, Defendant, SUIT FOR DIVORCE TO: CLADII'S FERC.CSON Residence unknown You. CLADII'S FKRC.CSON. 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 01 Pleading to the Bill of Complaint on the plaintiff's Attorney, LAW OFFICES OF I. STANLEY I,BV1NE. 900 Southwest Second Avenue, Miami :t6. Florida (PR 1-1681) and fib the original Answer or Pleading In the office of the Clerk of the Circuit Court on or before the JTth day of May. lfW. If you fall to do so. Judgment by default will be taken against you for the relief demanded In the Bill Of Complaint. This notice shall be published once each week for four consecutive weeks In THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN. DONE AND ORDERED nt Miami. Florida, this Ittfa day of April. A.D. 1963. B. P. LEATHERMAN, Clerk, circuit Court, pule County, Florida (seal) Bj : K. M I.Y.MAN. DepuD clerk Law i Ifflces of I Stanley \.,'\ In* tinii Southwest Second Avenue Miami 36, Florida I FR I-1M1) Attorne) for Pin Bj : i.i b H Ll< berman i 26, .',-iri-iT NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX DEED Chapter S0722 — Acti of 141 File AA-20979 NOTICE IS HKREP.Y GIVEN that 106 Corporation holder of County Ta\ Sale Certificate No. (Ml issued the 1st dav of June. A.D. IM1, has filed same In mv office, and has made application for a tax deed to be issued thereon. Said Certificate embraces the following described property In the Countv of Dade, State of Florida, to. wit: Lota 5 & 6 Block 14, Coconut Crov. Sec llirt 1 of Coral Hahles. Plat Hook 14 Page 2.".. In the County ol Dade, State of Florida. The assessment of said properti tinder the said certificate was In tho name of: Samuel Emllch. Unless satd certificate shall be redeemed according to law. the propertv described herein will be sold t'the' highest biddei at the Court House door on the first Mnnda) in the month of June. m::. which is the Srd day ol June, IMS. — %  Dated this Sf*h dav or April, ms. E P. LEATHERMAN. Clerk Of Circuit Court. Pp.lr. Cen" V vn,,-t^ H (seal) By: R. M. LEEPER. ,1-inlll v.lelr. r,'j-tn-t7-24 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY RIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name Of ALI .STATES RON DING CO. at 1727 N.W. 7th Street. Miami, Fla.. Intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of I>ade Countv. Florida. ATKISSON A COI.F. INSURANCE AGENCY, INC 4/26. m, 10. 17 NITICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engagi in business under the fictitious name of ELI S yr.VI.ITY KOSHER MEAT POULTRY al IS21 Washington Ave., Miami Beach, Florida, Intend to register said nun, with the Clerk Of the Circuit Court of 11 lib Counl v, Ii>.i nla ELI PEDER HELEN FEDER ( > llel's .". 17, 24, 11, I 7



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i **/r BONN— JTA —The draft of a bill to require express Government permission to West German nationals to participate in overseas work on certain types of weapons and rocket? has been completed for %  iliniimnn to Parliament, it was disclosed here The draft was prepared b; i Parliamentary comraiission representing the three West German political parties The permission would be required for such work on atomic, bacterial and chemical weapons and on rockets and violation would be punishable. tor the treatment he had received in ;iil It was learned that be had Israel Builds Border Security Continued from "•?• 1-A here and official Israeli source* said they do not know where be u now Hi—Mil :' %  a. ascertained that Prof Otto Jukeuk. ar. AJStrisa scientist arrested with BenGal and also accused by the West Germans of complicity in the threatening of another scientist, is still in jaii at Lonhof. near Basle He. too. has applied for release on ba-L but nil bail application will be decided by tne criminal court here early nest meek Paper Executives At Conference Harry Genet and Irving Genet president and vice president of Dade Paper Co.. attended the **h annual convention of the National Paper Trsde Assn in New Yorfc at the Americana Hotel. The association is made up of 1.100 paper distributor-wholesalers bo are responsible for the sale of more than S3.4 billion of printing and industrial paper products each year region only meant denying defeng— H/^jJ^n Speaker sire weapons to Israel. Mr. Ben-Gunon said he was confident the United States President will understand that, under the present cireamstances Israel had no alternative bat to engage in allout increase of the deterrent power of its armed forces Westbrooke CountryClubs Wisdom Workshop, a twice-a-mont* lecture group, celebrated its first anniversary last week. Sheldon Kay president of We-stbrooke. was %  '. speaker at the anniversary wain • [ Mssiilmm of United Fund's newly-formed Miami Beach Advisory Council are seated (left to right) Charles L Clements Jr.. acting chairman; Mrs. James I. Keller and Gen. E. A. Evans. 1963 fall campaign chairman. Standing are Arthur H. Courshon, Baron de Hirsch Meyer and Max Orovitz. Other members not shown are Metro Commissioner Alex Gordon. Mrs. Clifford Runsell and William D. Pawiey. NORTON TIRE CO Mais Stars sm spa %  • BF.Goodrich, ALL TIRES SALE PRICED!



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t/te W oman s "World Pioneer Women Plan Series Events Golda Meir Chapter of Pioneer The Child Rescue Fund will also Women will have its annual cruise benefit from a card party and soSunday on the yacht "Seven Seas," "dfewisli Floridian cial held by Kadimah Chapter at Beth El Congregation on Saturday evening. Chairman of the event is Mrs. Lillie Cohen. Committee includes that the chapter will hold a lunch-1 Mrs. Teenie Dcutsch. Mrs. Leah eon on Wednesday at the home of Friedson, Mrs. Bill Gruber, Mrs. Mrs. Leo Plotkin. Proceeds ear-1 Milton Kessler. Mrs. S. Max Machleaving at 5 p.m. Mrs. Pearl Krieger is chairman. • • Mrs. Sam Davis, president, Coral Gables Chapter, has announced Miami, Florida, Friday, May 17, 1963 marked for the Child Rescue Fund. | tei, Mrs. Florence Pieros. Section B Name d "Honor Mothers of the Year" at Temple Beth Sholom's annun. Mother's Day services, Saturday, May 11, are (left to right) Mrs. Philip Davis, vice president PTA; Mrs. Irving Kushman, president PTA, and Mrs. lack B. Shapiro, Sisterhood boa;: member. Thinking Cap' Workshop Theme of Nat I Council Jewish Women Board Asthmatic Chapter Inducts Tuesday Installation luncheon of the Breath of Life Chapter, Children's Asthma Research Institute Hospital, will be held on Tuesday, noon. May 28, at Holiday Inn, Coral Gables. Incoming officers for 1963-64, to be installed by Mrs. Herbert Kuvin are: Mrs. Marvin Sokolow, president; Mrs. Eugene Rosenthal, Mrs. Robert Purish. Mrs. Edward Peyser and Mrs. Sam Ostrowsky, vice presidents; Mrs. Murray Marcus, recording secretary; Mrs. Jerome Lundy and Mrs. Lawrence Scherr corresponding secretaries; Mrs. Herman Alexander, financial secretary; Mrs. Lloyd Gardner, treasurer, and Mrs. Leo Braverman, auditor. Chairmen of the luncheon are Mrs. Martin Shankman and Mrs. Sam Ostrowskv. ,,.b. J ALIIE by ISABEL GROVE Busy young matron Mrs. Gerald (Roz) Soltz off to Atlanta with the eldest of her four moppets, 10-year-old Bonnie, to attend the Bar Mitzvah of godson. Jay Tinter Son of Annette and the late Stanley Tinter, formerly of Miami, Jay will have his three older brothers to guide him through the ceremony next Saturday Another milestone to be celebrated during the visit, same natal day for Bonnie and the Bar Mitzvah Another devoted aunt. Rose Kelemer in Rochester, N.Y., to attend several Bar Mitzvahs, in particular, the celebration for nephew Philip, son of Rose's sister and brother-in-law. the Paul Schulmans of L'tica. • • Mrs. Charles K. Stahl has bid a temporary adieu to son Mich ael and wife Adrienne who have left for a seven week tour of the Continent .... All the way from Beverly Hills. Calif., Rose and Max Morgenbesser here for a three week visit with his sister Mrs. Rose Cahn and her family Local relatives are Rose Cahn's daughter. Mrs. LH Blasberg. grandson Larrie Blasberg and wife ArContinued on Page 5-B MM. RAYMOND RUBIN North Shore JWV Auxiliary to Meet Mix.i Spielberg, president will conduct a regular meeting of the Jewisl War Veterans and Ladies Auxil:.-..; North Shore Post 677. on Wednesday evening at Washington Federal Savings and Loan Bldf. % %  -) Normandy Isle. The post's iirst junior division will bi instituted and installed bv Mrs. Edward Levine. president, Dcpartnu-nt of Florida, during the meet in;.. Department chairman for the Junior Division is Mrs. Max LeVaK and Mrs Max Gold is Auril'i y president. "A Thinking Cap Looks Good on Every Woman" was the theme of the recent board workshop of the Greater Miami Section of the National Council of Jewish Women. I.cld at Temple Israel. Mrs. Raymond R. Rubin, section president, (haired the opening plenary, with Mrs Jeon C. Lehman giving the invocation. Giant-sized flamingo pink hat. made by Mis. Bernard Abel of Coral Division, hung over the podium to give literal express ion to the theme. "Council/' said Mrs. Rubir in her opening remarks, "is a potent force for good overseas, throughout the nation, and in our own community. It behooves us then, to know what we rm, where we are going, and what we must do to get there." The plenary was devoted to an exposition on structure of the organization with Mrs. Stanley C. Myers, national vice president, speaking on the role of the NCJW. and Mrs. Aaron Farr, former Southern Interstate Regional president, explaining the role of the intermediate structure. Miss Grace Goodman, National's Southern Interstate Regional field secretary was introduced to the more than 200 board members assembled at the morning meeting. Program following lunch included a demonstration of good programming highlighting a section project, and singing and dancing skit written by Shores vice presi dent, Mrs. Kurt Wallach. "Shad ows of a Dream," featuring Council's aid to handicapped children. Beth Am Young Married Plans Series of fvenfs Newly formed Young Married Couples Group of Temple Beth Am will meet on Saturday evening. May 25. for a bowling party. Michael Wexler. president of the group, will act as chairman. Max Raskin, newly elected pres ident of the Brotherhood, an nounces that a Blood Bank drive will be held on Sunday morning, at the Temple from 9 to 12. Leon Fisher, director of the Jewish Family and Children's service, will lead a lecture-discussion group for parents of teenagers on Monday evening. 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Face 2-B +Jewiarkr**r Friday. May 17. 1963 Chai Chapter Ladies To Install Tuesday Annual installation of Chai Chapter. B'nai B'nth Women, will be neW at the DeauviUe Hotel on Tuesday at 7:30 p.m Hessing the <0ate. Mi* Helen SiKerstein vill be installed as Dais :^eu parr^r-pating m the br u n c h and T ::-', —eei^z c: Fecer:rt.cr. c: Jewish Wom;:. held Tiurscav May ? r tie Alc.ers Heel Stcr-i^c 1ST •; r.gr.: are Mrs. Gerald P. Sate Mrs Charles ? Feinberc. cherirmen of :be dry Rcberr ? F:—;r. di r ector of Comcnec >w-_sAc sec I Warren s Division, and Mrs. Florence Kappermac. Sealed 'left to right* are Mrs, Anna Brenner Meyers, president. Federation of Jewish Women; Mrs. Milton Sirlcn; Mrs. Jean C. I .eh man, vice president. Presidents Council: CJA Women's Division chairman Mrs. Inez Krensky. and Mrs. Milton Green. Presidents Honored at Federation Of Jewish Women's Annual Meeting of Jewish Wooes the Mfntrs Hotei. Tt. Msj Mrs Charles P Feinber? %  %  chairman of the event, highlighted by a tribute to community presidents and women's organizations by Mrs Jean C. Lehman. Arthur S. Rosichan. executive director of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation, stressed the importar.ee of the presidents' voluntary service to the welfare of Federation and the entire Jewish community Greetings were presented by Mrs. Anna Brenner Meyers, president of the Federation of Jewish V omen, and the invocation and benediction were given by Mrs. Irving Lehrman. vice president, munity Resources of the Fed eration of Jewish Women Mrs. Milton Sirkin. program cha:rman for the day. introduced the program entitled "25 Years— A Community Comes of Age Panelists were: Sidney Leicourt. president of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation, who presented an overall view of the community; Mrs. Dorothy Krieger Fink, who traced the growth of service to the community by Women's organizations and spoke of their future role: and Rabbi Leon KronDistrict President Conducts Ceremony Sunshine Chapter B'nai B'nth Women will hold Us annual installation luncheon on Monday, noon. May 20. in the Medallion Room of the Americana HoteL Mrs Alfred Reich, president District 5. will conduct the cere mony for the incoming slate head ed by Mrs. Meyer Gordon, new president Reservations chairmain is Mrs Charles Milstein. is*, tfjritml lender of Temple Beth Sbok>m. bo spake on the Jewish values and traditions nee e-sary for the welfare and tbe mature growth of our Jewish cemmur. I A preview was given of Tnxie Levin's -Federation Coloring Book, which will be presented at tbe 2Sth anniversary annual meeting at the Seville Hotel. Al Leibert. radio peTsenality, introduced the preview, which presented Mrs. Milton WetusJe singing "The Coloring Book Song'' dedicated to the Jewish Home for the Aged. Chan-men for the day were Mrs Milton Green, arrangements: Mrs. Jack Abun. hostesses: Mrs. George Graham, community education: and committee members Mrs Florence Kupeerman. Mrs. Sidney and Mrs. Sol Silverman Pre-Coniirraat'ton Graduation Graduation exercise* for preconfirmation das? at Temple Zamora will be held Friday evening Rabbi Hersbel Brooks will present boner certificates and Lester Shap.ro. chairman of tbe school board, will present graduating certificates Pre-confirmation graduate Allen Alweiss. John Charton. Robert Kussner. Karen Lefkowitz. Naomi Smukler and Steven Schuman. Dade Heights Musical Presentation this Weekend -Guys ana DoU>. Frank Loe NT's hit Broadway musical of some years ago. will be presented IB the round by the Dade Heights Jew ish Congregation Theatre Group at lei XW lsSrd St.. on Saturday and Sunday. Mi) 10 and r>. Curtain time for the fundraising show woi be 8 40 p.m. Directed by Joe Telles. who was director of the Miami Music Theatre, the four leading rotes in the bookahow feature Arthur Bartell. Sid Danoff. Sonja Fellman and Dolores Miner. president, arrt Mrs Ruth C apresidentelect Other officers are Mesdarr.-. Jack Batata, Herman Ham snd Elsie Giurer. vice pre-ic. Doris Laschow. treasurer: r> Rosen'sal. parliamentarian: Paul Gaier. corresponding secretan. Malka Frank, recording > Un Paula Tepman. social secretary Gladys Zimmerman, h. ian; Joseph Pollack sentuvl AJ Gero. guardian. Trustees are Mrs. Esther Ler> man. Mrs. Max Kern. Mrs. I %  Rosenthal. Mrs. Ruth Corey Mr-. Ida Optner. and Mrs Flora Sin. ick. immediate past president, counsellor Mr* Alfred Reich, chairman of District 5. B'nai Brith. will be installing officer. Chairman of 'he day is Mrs Os. car Rosenthal. assisted by Mrs. Ruth Corev and Mrs. Helen man Bikvr Che4im Plans Donor Uadieoa at Algiers Bikur Chobm Jewi*h Convalescent Home of South Florida will hold its annual donor luncheon on Wednesday noon, at the Algiers Hotel. Mrs. Joseph E Keiser is president of tbe organization Irving Pietrack's string ensemble %  •Mil provide music. Newly installed officers of ML Sinai Hospital Women's Auxiliary at a luncheon May 10 at the Fontainebleau are Oeft to right vice presidents. Mrs. Yale N. Levinson and Mrs. Marvin Silvers: Mrs. Leonard A. Wien. president" Mrs. Gari Susskind, vice president, end Mrs. Philip Lefkow.tz. honorary president. A Round of golf at Caesarea One rf the wcr'd's great %  ttucU o ws in gorfdon is the course at Caesarea. the Roman capital of Faiestine, 2,000 years ago. Every ir.ch of the ground is historical. Perhaps a Roman coin lies under the divot of turf you may take, on your next iron shot to the green! Or you may day dream and see a column of Legion* naires, marching to the nearby Hippodrome where gladiators are fighting for Herod's amusement. Golf? Wake up! It's a Simcha at Caesarea, The Taste of Yuban Coffee Every sip of Yuban is a Simcha in itself because ft fc the world's richest coffee. The secret is aged coffee beans—aged like the best-flavored wines and cheese. 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Friday. May 17. 1963 +Jewl$ti fkridiam Page 3-E Federation Annual Meeting at Seville Will Receive Enthusiastic Reception Silver anniversary annual meeting of the Greater Miami Jewish Iteration is scheduled for Sunday evening. May 26, at the Seville Hotel. A scries of graphic exhibitions oi the work of the individual Federation agencies will be shown at the 6 p.m. cocktail party and reception preceding the 7 p.m. dinner. In addition. Jewish Vocational Service. Jewish Family and Children's Service, and the Greater Miami Jewish Community Center. Federated agencies, will hold special elections at their own annual meetings prior to the Federation gathering. Entertainment will feature an original musical comedy. "The Federation Coloring Book." •The early response for resert Mrs. Alex Shayewitz. recently installed as president of the newly chartered Batya Chapter, Mixrachi Women's Organization of America, will conduct a board meeting on Tuesday to plan future activities and projects of the group. vations to the meeting has been most enthusiastic;* LeOn Kaplan, chairman, stated. "The sigmfic-! ance of 25 years of service here! and to Jewry throughout the world is not lost on the Greater; Miami community,'' he added. "The founders of the Federation, a group of dedicated communal leaders who met at the home of Sam Blank in 1938, to uni-1 fy the Jewish community and | serve the needs of its members, | will be honored in a special candle-1 lighting ceremony at the annual meeting," Kaplan announced. "We are delighted that so many of these men of vision, whose lead\ ership of Federation over the years has helped it to grow along with the Jewish community and the Greater Miami community, will be accorded this honor." he: stated. Mrs. Sidney Schwartz is reservations chairman, and heading the; hostess committee is Mrs. Aaron Parr. Serving as silver anniversary hostesses are Mrs. Leonard Abess, Mrs. Sidney Ansin. Mrs. Barney Bernstein, Mrs. Jerome Blank, Mrs. Sam Blank. Mrs. Ben Blum. Mrs. Ben Bronston. Mrs. David Catsman, Mrs. Leo Chaikan. Mrs. Joseph Cohen. Mrs. A. Budd Cutler. Mrs. Irving Cypen, Mrs Joseph Duntov, Mrs. Leo Eisenstein, Mrs. Paul Faske, Mrs. Charles Feinberg. Mrs. Samuel N. Friedland. Also Mrs. Ben Zion Ginsburg, Mrs. Sam A. Goldstein, Mrs. Jack D. Gordon, Mrs. Nathan Gumenick, Mrs. A. J. Harris, Mrs. Sam J. Ueiman, Mrs. Ernest Janis, Mrs. Howard Kane, Mrs. Aaron M. Kanner, Mrs. Leon Kaplan, Mrs. Samuel Kipnis, Mrs. Jay Kislak, Mrs. Cal Kovens, Mrs. Sidney Lefcourt, Mrs. Jean C. Lehman, Mrs. Sam C. Levenson, Mrs. Joseph M. Lipton, Mrs. Baron de Hirsch Meyer, Mrs. Ben Meyers, Mrs. A. J. Molasky, Mrs. Stanley Myers, Mrs. Max Oroviti, Mrs. David Phillips, Mrs. Joseph M. Rose, Mrs. Dan B. Ruskin, Mrs. Lloyd Ruskin, Mrs. Sidney Schwarti, Mrs. Jacob Sher, Mrs. Samuel Simonhoff, Mrs. Harry Sirkin, Mrs. Harold Tannen, Mrs. Harold Thurman, and Mrs. Carl Weinkle. New officers of the* Esther Group of Hadassah installed by Rabbi Henry Wernick at the Algiers Hotel on May 2. Seated (left to right) are Mesdames Max Smith, Harry Horowitz, Hattie Saiir, president. Chic Perlyn, Aaron Tepper. Standing (left to right) are Meddames Rose Wimmer, Florence Casseleth, Simon Shabsis, Godfrey Perell. Al Wolf, William Weinstein, Frank Messing, Herman Emil chairman of the day, Morris Katz, Mary AdJer and Isabelle Slavit. Mrs. Sam Rosner to Lead Hebrew Academy Women for Ensuing Year Newly-elected president of the Hebrew Academy of Greater Miami PTA is Mrs. Samuel Rosner. Other officers included vice presidents Mrs. Zvi Berger, Mrs. Leonard Rosen, Mrs. Bernard Bastacky. Mrs. Harry Rosenberg, Mrs. Lillian Meyer, and Mrs. Leo Heinhard. Mrs. Milton Ehrenreich, treasurer; Mrs. Fred Zisquit and Mrs. Morris Waldman. corresponding secretaries; Mrs. Sam Shapiro, recording secretary; Mrs. Henry Penchansky, social secretary; Mrs. H. Louis Rottnian, chaplain; Mrs. Harold Reinhard, parliamentarian; and Mrs. Maurice Kellner, historian. Installation will be held in early June. In her acceptance speech, Mrs. Rosner pointed out, "A concerted effort will be made to strengthen not only the enrollment of this, the only Jewish Day School in the Southeast United States, but also to have the entire adult community in the Gold Coast area pledge Education." its support to the Hebrew AcadShe added that "keener interest ADL Chairman Speaks Paul Seiderman, chairman of the Anti-Defamation League, B'nai. B'rith, will be guest speaker at Temple Tikvah in Hialeah durin, Friday evening services. New and delicious! KCSMH ISrtAMl • ILNO KOSHER SLICED PASTRAMI MKS. SAMUtl ROSNER TETLEY TEA A TRADITION IN JEWISH HOMES SINCE 1*37 V. (ken's Yea To* sekk •il 6s* MS.. ."flavor cnuked* fcf fellcst MUst and sdsas. Isdce... richer caste and phac •ra vita your f leuh.gi and •ikbigs asd beiwar* steal etty." Mrs. Rosner based her speech will be taken" by members of the Academy which this year has an) on the schools 1863-64 JTA theme,; enrollment of more than 350 stu "Building a Community Through! dents. Cedars Hospital Gets Accreditation American Association of Blood Banks announces the accreditation of Cedars of Lebanon Hospital transfusion service, earned by maintaining and exceeding the standards of blood bank performance as established by the Association. Accreditattion was preceded by a comprehensive questionnaire 'and a physical inspection of the blood bank. Purpose of the program is to elevt the standards of practice within the tranafuslon service; to assist the blood bank director in maintaining the established standards and to provide consultsC-TJV* 2M I CertSsd Keener mdmtukt Babbinictl Stye/vMse Now associated with Charmette Academy of Modeling of Miami Springs as director and consultant is Mrs. Jo Braithwaite, a John Robert Powers graduate, who also was trained at the Traphagen School of Design in New York. j tion service for safety of human blood transfusions. Cedars of-Lebanon Hospital trans| fusion service is one of more than .500 blood banks which have been %  c ertified through this program. Dr. Daniel Seckinger. chief pathologist and head of pathologI ical-lasoratory-blood bank services ] emphasized "that the patient who receives a transfusion of blood provided by a blood bank accredited by the American Association of Blood Basks, can nave full confidence that the bank has voluntarily met high standards of precedures and will offer the best service possible." • CORNED BEEF • FRANKFURTERS • SALAMI • BOLOGNA WILNO KOSHER SAUSAGE CO. (of Chicago) MIAMI MUNCH 2181 N.W. 10th AVENUE Phone FR 1-6551 ONLY GENUINE SWISS CHEESE IMPORTED FROM SWITZERLAND HAS THIS SEAL ON THE PACKAGE It I* your protection against knitaKons-your guarantee of excellence In flavor, texture and quality. Leek for the word "Switzsrlend" on the Swiss Cheese you buy..,chunk or sliced... For real ta'am of Switzerland! Switzerland iHE FRESHEST CREAMED HERRING IN FLORIDA J Only NOVIE Packs QUALITY SELECTED HERRING in PURE RICH GOOD SOUR CREAM DAILY in MIAMI BEACH. 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Friday. May 17. L9R "~" Mrs. Newman Leads Temple Beth Am %  B %  III. sc sw e_ss Stenisfaetn. Lc- Se.—STT-^.'" -%  Sc~r ?t Si."-:; ; : M^:v:c:^ ;_.- Scer^g M H Beracrd Leffiar. Harry Gardes c=d A:sg=si. of Sswerhoee. TeaiBie Beth AB. at the ccsal Mocker's Day baches* OB Wednesday. Alto %  iriBH were w presitfeats. Mrs Darnel Franc* Mrs EC, Mrs Jack DuBjerg. Mrs Edward Seharps aad Mr* tmj Kn Martaa Satams $eere*-a.T. Mr*. Joseph cuiu poadaa g secre tary. Mr* Meiva Lermsoc aad treassrer. Mrs Robert Garv-.:. CMRtflg --* iBmwmm Mr* Daaiei France aad Mr*. Carol Aronovitz Israel Bond Tribute Dinner Anticipates Capacity Saturday Evening If aw hi %  bawc Max as. Mr*. L— IJ Sefifia. tftjj^u: I eaauuBee of .. • -*• .'• %  t aad was Preceeiaae the dsaer. be a 7 pa. recepc M:a=i ----%  aaer. as a faraser leta Bawal mi has achieved puboa far a* efforts oa beef! as for the State of Israel %  • land Beads. He aas aa rataVd vitk B'aai B"rah the Aata-Defamatiea Leatae is a past presadeat of the FederaOea of Beat B nth Lodges, aad of Shalfai Lodge He beaded B'aai B rah s Israel aaa Forner Le^ioMoires SaaoJrf ;•—;0 RV-: %  :--.<-: er. Jewish Lespoaaaires Intersauoaale. residing at T3< X. Harper Aveaae. Las Aageies s. Cabforau. OL 3-3S15. is desaraas of having all former Lepoonanes. aba served with the Eon Male Corps in Gal^peli, 1*15. aad the British Expeci-jocary Fortes m Israel aad Palestine. 1J1T-19M. to get m tench with bun at the above address. Cardiac Chapters Joint Installation o JoiBt installation of the Soath Flor :er* of the National CbiVirer. s Cardiac Hos? I ;e Sky Room of the MrL r %  ':.. ~-.7~. : • : North -.. Mr* M:ce. Sooth le: Mr* Decani Beraui B art: Mrs. Michael Blizk M-, MrHeld. Jr Kfcayae; Henry Jaeobsoo. Me.-. Mrs Sat Friedmaa. pi t lideat of Miami Beach Chapter, re*** rd year Beba Idelson Honors Mothers Bebe Idelsoa Chapter of I r-k. The ptesrim r'.r "he aIV-ryete Gruber. of the H* -tre. accompanied at the : > Aida Teala. Jewish folk %  .-.-.-: aad a pa kogac by Ph_.p Nashkifi. Ar.*Jtems were led by I' C-ibsoo, Chapter presader: Isaac Offenbeader.. GOOD REASONS WHY YOC SHOULD CHOOSE I i FAMILY VACATION ADVENTURE IN THE COOL AND SCENIC BLUE RIDGE MOUNTAINS IN THE LAND OF THE SKY... ALTITUDE 2,500 FEET OSCEOLA LAKE INN RESORT HOTEL ON BEAUTIFUL LAKE OSCEOLA HENDERSONVILLE, N.C w FINEST JEWISH-AMERICAN CUISINE *> LITTLE CHIEF'S CHILDREN'S DAY CAM* %  *FILTERED SWIMMING FOOL AND WADING FOOL BAND DANCING • ENTERTAINMENT NIGHTLY GOLF SPECIAL RATES' • ALL SFOATS R WRITE FOR BB0CH0PE AND EARLY B:RD SPECIAL—STU F 1 i a : a a a a a JAMES AMAMSON Sinai Garden Club Stage Flower Show ^taltataoc t a a ta co a of the %  i Garden Club held Mi at the Algers HoteL isciuded a fresh flower fashion show and a it.: "Flower Show Crisis." Prize winru-? outfit worn by Mrs. Jam*? in. chair of the day, consisted of hat. c: sboes and umbrella *"iicb she made and decorated *.:h fresh flowers. Incoming slate, beaded by Mrs Alex Gordon, new presider.:. *ainstalled by Mrs. M. S Farrar r.a uonal accredited flower show judge. Vice presidents are Mrs Hank Meyer. Mrs Harold Hirschlield and Mrs. Ben Samuels; Mrs. Byron TopeL recording secretary; Mrs Morris Green, corresponding secretary; Mrs. Charles Coorsbon. social secretary, and Mrs. Sam Wtesea, treasurer. Ooteotaf president. Mrs Harry Moscoe. presented awards to meaibers for "ootstandicg service to the dub." WES CABANA^AND COUI OKE LY CLUB HAS MADE rr SO EASY FOR YOU TO 1 f lmwr 2 "a/e a DCC y caoa^a "-ease's" o at /estboce e t^ef tor 6 : -*is or fy a yea.' Monthly re-ta s it a sc a.a abe, so TAKE YOUR PICK SI00 S200 S250 $300 $350 Dec** today to Have a Westbrooka Sorrner ... for you and your entire farrily. It's so easy with our new price policy. See all of Westbroofce today. OH THC THAU.-JUST CLUB THC PALMCT TO Opft-Club Holds Final Meeting Opti-Mrs. Club of Miami Beach will hold its final meeting of the year on Tuesday. 11:30 a.m.. at the Barcelona Hotel. Election of office !" for the coming year is on the agenda. Paul W. Watson, lecturer, author and human relations consultant, will be guest speaker. His topic. "Does Miami's Atmosphere Affect Emotional Problems'" will be followed by a question and answer period. Mrs. Murray Sonnett is president of the club. %  Call SYLVIA MIISEN JE 2-3231 "YOUR PERSONAL FLORAL CONSULTANT for an AFFAIR to REMEMBER BLOSSOM SHOP 1572 Washington Ave., Miami Btoch There IS a Difference in Flowe-s-TtY OURS WEDDmcS-tAt MrrZVAMS-6ARMN FAtTIES BIRTHDAY ANNVERSART A HOSPITAL tOVQUETS ££ DWVERY All GREATER MIAMI



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Friday. May 17, 1963 Technion Forms So. Dade Chapter Mrs. Morton R. Fcllman is charter president of the newly organized South Dade Chapter of American Techmofl Society, it was announced, by Leo Rut stein, southeast regional director. Board and officers will take office at in?t3lljtion ceremonies on l-'iiciay, following a luncheon ;it Stewart 1 for Steak. The new women's unit will give support to Technion Univer>.i!\ In Israel, largest engineering college in the Middle Ea-i To be installed by Mrs. Philip Thau, presiden' of the Miami Beach Chapter with Mrs. Fellman, are Mrs. Howard Rosenfield. Mrs. Marshall Feuer and Mrs. Meyer Brilliant, vice presidents; Mrs. Charles R. Jacobson, treasurer; Mrs. Samuel Goldstein, recording s.trotary; Hrs. Joseph Masters, corresponding secretary ; Mrs. J. David Liebman. arrangements chairman, and Mrs. Aaron A. Foosaner, parliamentarian. Board memlier? are: Mesdames -JewistncrMgan Page 5-B MM. MORTON R. HUM AH Bernard Abel. Meyer A. Baskin, Edward Brown, Hyman Friedman, Leonard Herman, Murray Mantell, Gerald Schwartz, Sue Stevens, David Sernaker, Harold Thurman, Meyer Troy and H. Franklin Williams. ^oc/iT lite ... bu \Jrscibel • Prime or Choice Filet Mignon


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f < •-a ,i*FkrH*v %  uea9 Vfcrr :^ Summer Camps Offer Varied Program for Children this Yea t* II %  rut' ii II w at run %  is ~n %  0B| % %  r--• f•--r .— -1 ..: • -'•-%  %  — — i^e SIB* CAMP AKIVA Moraady bJc School & Day 9*3 KASCM EW*K SMBMMG POOL The Ultimate io JEWISH DAY CAMPS *%  • •-. -., ....r. .• i :•*"• %  : %  VK in — -p — A :-• w W a mat. rH mad t_*a •*** *I ; '• -x£*r* • *? v | fa -ajMB in I • rTTB*---mi BJB I -u %  ^r__ ; : ^Q SU* Kmf m %  im aw -3i a*flB i off rf i .'^fr 1 3 **: a? i^t *.. Xi > *:•: kfe %  Camp Osceola TIM\EW €* %  %  SMJB 04f CAM?



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Friday, May 17. 1963 +JewistncridBar7 Page 7-E Water Sports, Games Inviting to AH k.. kIJ r.. \ ^ %  ^ Continued from Preceding Page .-i.ili of specialists wll: oomltict full programs of arts and crafts. games, drama, bowling, athletic contests and character building piojecls. A qualified Red Cross swimming instructor will be in charge of all u-atcr-front activities. The age limit has been lowered to admit children of four years. The eight-week Hay camp is under supervision of Camp Director Gary DC hold from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m.. and the season will be divided into Iwo four-week sessions," Tho' first from June 21 thruuyh July 21; the second Irdm July 22 through Aug. 18. CAMP OCALA Camp Ocala. located 111 the Ocala National Forest of central Florida. i> 285 miles north of Mil ming, tennis; dramaticsrarts and It maintains local offices at crafts, basketball, tether ball. CAMP JUDAEA This summer -vrfll mark the 4th lor Camp Judaea, Southeast Region of the Southern Zionist Youth Commission Camp, under 1110 direction of George Stern. Located six miles from Hendersonville, N.C., the camp, a member of the American Camping Association, offers a complete program of activities including swm lors_and by members of the Israeli Scouting Movement who will spend the "entire camp. summer af the 1451 N. Bayshore Dr., and is directed by Dr. and Mrs. Theodore Struhl, Frankie and Ben Miller. Major Leonard Wollman and Robert Wollman. Boys and girls, ages 5 to 16, will spend 8 weeks enjoying swimming, canoeing, horseback riding, waterskiing, arts and crafts, arehsoftball, archery, track, baseball, campfires, volleyball, field trips. Canner. who said the program will ">'• tennis, fencing, dancing, I br conducted at the Center from dramatics, singing, etc. One coun-j Chairman of the camp committee in Miami is Mrs. Frank Farbenbloom who may be contacted at PL 8-8385. MIAMI MILITARY ACADEMY SUMMER CAMP Miami Military Academy summer camp, located at 10601 Biscayne Blvd., the season will open June 16 and end on Aug. 9. Under the direction of the experienced staff of the Miami Military Academy, all phases of the daily routine will be closely superties. Awards are offered for oi'tvised by men well-trained in leadstanding accomplishments. June 24 to Aug. 16. Roys and girls from foir to 12 are welcome. youngsters of college tors. and age the staff consists! or older in st rueCampers will receive free medical exams. Parents may call 751-1 7378 to see free color movies of! The camp accommodates 250 ?he Camp activities and to register boys and girls on separate cam ing boys. The 30-acre campii? features an outdoor fresh-water swimming pool, rifle range, gyi nasium, etc. Tutoring is available for boys requiring assistance in special academic subjects. There la no extra cost for this service and each student is limited to two subjects, The schedule of the camp is planned to provide wholesome and purposeful vacationing. Each boy participates in every activity unless physically unable or othe-wise restricted. The program includes swimming, boating, fishinj., horseback riding, tennis, basketball, baseball. archery, rifle marksmanship, boxing, wrestlin.. moving pictures, model construction and hobbies, table tennis and numerous other interesting activilor this summer's session. Camp Director Gary Canner will oe assisted by Miss Leslie Tabb. CAMP 0SCE0LA Located in Horse Shoe, N.C., near Hendersonville, Camp Osceola for boys and girls will be in -c -sion from June 28th through' August 21st. A member of the' American Camping Association, it is a "third generation"' vacation spot for youngsters in the Great Smoky Mountains. Campers range from ages 5 to 15 and comprise approximately 200 children. Headed by Erwin Marshall, well known educator, a selected group of college-age men and women arc engaged as counselors.; A fully equipped infirmary with 1 resident nurse watches over the health of the campers. Daily %  health checks are made and around-the-clock medical service is available. The facilities at the camp include private lake, riding rines. lennis Courts, rifle range, swimming pool, large gymnasium, skating rink, shufflebord courts, photography dark room, athletic fields, playgrounds, arts and crafts and ceramic shop, canoeing, horseback trails, volleyball and badminton courts, archery range, cookout areas, and camp-craft areas. Campers live in cabins equipped with showers, plumbing, hot water and electricity. The North Carolina State Board J." | % %  %  —I • SWIMMING I Under the direction OjJ'Martin niembtr of faculty • School. Knobel. Norland Junior High Select Staff of teacher., coun[selor. and specialty in.tructon. BOWLING BATON TWIRLING ARTS & CRAFTS, ETC. Plione Wl 7-1435 MB — OKE CLUB KE TRY CLUB CABANA A 8300 ON THE TIt AIL-JUST OFF THE PALMETTO 9UJB*L %  i I I WILL YOUR CHILD HaVI PUN THIS SUMMER? At Camp Ocala, your boy or girl (516) will enjoy the most fun-filled summer ever. Gain confidence learning new skills, too. Daily water-skiing, swimming, and horseback riding • no extra charge. Trained by mature counselor-experts (1 to every 3 children triple the average). < • Boating, Tennis, Archery, Dramatics, Team Sports, Riflery; Golf, Arts A Crafts • Fulltime Licensed Physician A 3 Registered Nurses • Friday Night Sabbath Services • Starts June 24 Fill S or 4 Week Sessions • Call or Write For Full Details: faptyjAX* In Florida'a Cool Oca/a Nafl Foraat Ottlee: 1*81 N. B*y*hor* Dr., Miami PR 1-7868 PR 9-eeoi Com OH In...The Water's Fine At W > MIAMI MILITARY ACADEMY SUMMER CAMP 1M01 BISCAYNI BOULEVARD MIAMI 31. FLA. OPENS JUNE 17 rot trrruTWi an n %HM ii



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5-3 Friday. J-Serr 17 Katz, Landow Tell Of Engagement Mr. aad Mrs Fred Katz. 3817 Dickens Ave_ laawiTfrt tne ea*t*C ear tbe} fmd an0ther a rrceotion followed the ceremony rcaaaa. They came from Fr Pierce Jacksonville. Daytona and HollyR afc bi Morton Malavskv official aaod y,me live here like Del and Raymond Ri bin. Rose and Isadore ed Rubin Florence and Arnold Rubin. Milicent and Leonard Beldr-er U) „ ,. EUnore and Sidney Arootrviti. Ruth and David Elasser. the Ben Nov ^ J !" 1 the "*? MrS rack, aad Bessie and Mom, Rubin, grandparents The Ralph Rubins Jfi !" '. Je £ !" Lu ^ J '' came from Jax as did Mr. and Mrs Max Rubin. Max came :o Miami EL *£?,, J ?TZ **££ ?" in UK* but now calls the city further north %  home Dune Roth a ? a Wm R 'Lun • dy, bridesmaids. GOOOBYE Daughter of Mr. and Mrs Nath he Jo-^-ph Janpais. who returned to Brooklyn after a four-month stay lor College %  rnieJi included the celebraUon of their th anniversan in February Mr Janpal went home with a tan which should last "him until he returns Snowlss, Lowentfia! Exchange Vows The former Miss Elaine ., and Barry J. Urestaal -,ed aaptial vows on Saad. •%.-. May 12. atlaj Sevi, ({otel Peceptsoa aad dinner fafiw-i^i the ceremony performedb;. Norman Shapiro. The bride's arinrina a| ro>e point and Doche&s lace hap been *-\ 4 m the famJy of fhe bncegr ^ for many yean rz& was warn by his grandmother. The wadding gown featured an emph> ^.eed pearl and H -. held the Maid of honor was Ruth Silver. -ie BLaire ar BotwinBe^-" %  %  to :be bridegroom was his brother Bruce Hartman. ushers were Allen Benow:tz and new Mrs. Lc ----^1 -'--.. Staae. Per.nsvhama S:;-t l"m%The new Mr; Hartrra2 rad Now a stock kef. the i from Miami Beach Senior sroom is the tea .: Mr .Hiih and Charron Williams AutoTheodore M 1 I50C mation College. Her -i i S lass Ave He i -r-ieJ aVS. lAffT lOWfMTHAi. brwieaaaai. Jane Low. bridegroom's si Daughter of I Mr Snowiss. 16$>O -h PI \ %  e aa alumnus of Theodore Roosevelt High and Interboro Institute of Business. He is now a court reporter. Parents of the newlyweds are Esthel Siegel. II Ave and Mr and Mrs. L of QueenN Y -:ty cf G< I Hi ity ia Phi EpServing eg Best -an"era k Kessler. and groor--nen v Kichter and li Fil:: Following a .: -to .*• • fc e neulyweds ins Ave. A DREAM COME TRUE Irving Gladstone has always dreamed of the time when his first grandchild would he old enough to take to Europe. That time has come^ •Glady" and h:s wife Essie are taking 12-year-old Andrea to the Scandinavian countries winding up their travels in Scotland and EngAndrea is the daughter o; Dr. David and Ethelda Kirsh. They've Her husband is the son of Mrs Ida Cantor. 2645 SW 36th and attendee the University of Miami. His best man was Steve Mishket. The newlyweds will live in Coral Gables. '*W~->-'WWW. J COMPLETE spent hours reading about "those countries "to" gTve Andrea '"somelorl S CEREMONY M U'C knowledge of what she ,s going to see. Although Ethelda and Dav.d KS?T^K?SS32^ 1 S^5^ { have already been to those countries, they are finding it much more X m ^ ,,e pr,c ; t0 "'"""/ "'"o orl' exemrg reading about them with Andrea and getting a child's pout B tm r^ m ^ FREE ( Of View. r HI 5-6283 # *^***\*+*L*+^**"^+** — Baa^eaa -— -* %  > _^* JUST FOR A CHANGE Breakfast at 7 30 a.m. is still breakfast. But somehow it tasted entirely different in Montego Bay out on the terrace to Ruth GuTh man. Olive Goodman. Esther Berlitzbeimer. Evelyn Isrel and Ruth rMrs. Abe; Stern who were vacationing there. Before returning home they went for a whirl in Kingston. One thing identical in both places— the nightly canasta B ame that kept them up tfB a B hours • • SWINGING WITH THE GRAHAMS c^ T £ e .i hr ? D S?? Siste g0 ,on m 'or each other. Millie (Mrs 1 Sol) Seiko from Baltimore came to Miami, picked up Rae (Mrs George, Graham and they went to Sarasota to see Elaine ++******w*f„ ton u CDRIOMSHOP OPEN :i to 5 MONDAY THROUGH SATUROAY Open Ail Summer HI 4-7234 '"a'Jn.mTP 0 TO COME ,N AN > BROWSE aa 5 i MD r LOTS T0 SEE ^D BUY 7 VIIL 2* Ave Cor C b '-* ? %  % % % % %  f M. MiU brtw^. -ax. lU^. ~~* — ~*+" :.." %  : z£&^£5£^**~*



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Friday, May 17. 1963 •'Jfewfaf, Fkrirfinn Page 9-B T HE Cedars of Lebanon Hospital Auxiliary held its installation dinner dance this past >;iturday evening at the Dupont Gail Goodman Now Mrs. Stanley Stem! Miss Gail Susan Goodman be| came the bride of Stanley Stern j on Sunday, May 22, at the Algiers Hotel. Dr. Irving Lehrman performed the noon ceremony which was followed by a reception in the hotel. For her wedding the bride wore a white peau de soie and lace empire style gown with a cathedral train. A crown of seed pearls and crystals held the bouffant veil and she carried a Bible topped with white roses and orchids, print of silk organza over it, was | Attendants were Mrs. Leonard worn by Mrs. Nat Strauss. Her | stern, matron of honor, Mrs. Leonsilk organza stole was in nile.ard Grand and Mrs. Elliot Kleigreen. White silk ottoman was man. the choice of Mrs. Oscar Levine. Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Jos%  # Ik*'* IS"*; 1 i B %  E MISS MARLENE WIUIAMS Marlene Williams Plaza Hotel. Chairman for the evenLnf was Mrs. Herschel LesHigh necked and sleeveless, her e ph I. Goodman, 8865 Byron Ave., i-hel, who wore a black silk chifskirt was of carefully controlled, the new Mrs. Stern is a graduate \ n I i: sheath, the bodice ot which fullness. Mrs. Victor Dembrow's 0 f Miami Beach High, attended IC RptrOmPli matured a full free-flowing capegown combined a fitted white the University of Alabama and %  %  'vllvl IVU tte. ~* Installed by Dr. Benjamin ^Oren, the new' president, Mrs. led Lotterman wore a silk linen (heath in a procelain blue with ,:i illusion bodice and a scallop .I peter pan collar. Hand eminidered white chalk beads innmed her collar. Mrs. Oren .elected a white Chantilly lace heath over gold silk. Her high ounded neckline was in a modi-i lied oriental styling. Mrs. Arthur Kaulman chose 1 reige Chantilly lace over beige | peau de soie. Her skirt was a] sheath with the blouson bodice i featuring a high bateau neck j line and a flat peau de soie bow | ber 8.it the waist. White silk surra 1 uith a field of multi-colored -!>ring flowers, was Mrs. Arthur Gilbert's choice for the dance, sc i.op-necked and sleeveless, moygashel linen bodice with a graduated from the University of royal blue mull chiffon skirt. A Florida. She is a member of Sig-! matching shade of blue was usedi in the Alencon lace appliques around her squared neckline. Mrs. Emanuel Smiths imported cotton featured melon colored, flowers on a field of green. Herj bodice was asymetrically draped, and her skirt was the bell; silhouette. Julie Engaged to Dr. Moskowitz Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Tencnbom, 4801 Lakeview Dr., announce the engagement of their daughter. Julie, to Dr. Jerome M. Moskowitz, son of Mr. and Mrs. Meyer Moskowitz, of Newark, N.J. The bride-elect is a graduate of Miami Beach High and received her degree in merchandising at Ohio State University. She is a member of Sigma Delta Tau social sorority. Dr. Moskowitz was graduated from the University of Pennsylvania, where he was a member of Phi Epsilon Pi social fraternity. Miss Schatzberg Picks June 9 Date Mr. and Mrs. Abraham Schatz1020 Matanzas Ave., announce the engagement and forthcoming marriage of their daughter. Lenore, to Allan Foodman, 6611 San Vicente. The bride-elect attended schools bodice was fitted and the in Mexico and will receive a BA %  -kirt was the bell shaped sildegree from the University of Mi houette. Mrs. Charles Rosenami in June. Her sorority is Sig-; feld wore an emerald green silk ma Delta Tau. linen ensemble. Her sheath ] Her fiance was also a student dress was topped with a sleeveat the University of Miami, where less, hip length jacket cut in the they met, and is now attending the classic Chanel style. University's Medical School. Silk surrah in white, with Wedding and reception for the Mr. and Mrs. Al Williams announce the engagement of their daughter, Marlene, to Aaron Y. Solensky. Event was celebrated on Wednesday, May 1, at' the home of Grand Rabbi Tietelbaum. The bride-elect is an honor graduate of Hebrew Academy of: Greater Miami and is now attending Beth Jacob Teacher's Seminary of Brooklyn, N.Y. The prospective bridegroom is attending the Kitre Yeshiva in Mt. Kisco, N.Y. :BIRTHDAZE: First child, Andrea Sue, born May 12 to Jill and Allen Grcenwald, 490 NE 145th St. Grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Granger, and Mrs. Sophie Greenwald. Great-grandmother is Mrs. Sylvia Granger. MISS Mill TtNENBOM and received his degree in me 'tcine from Chicago Medical School. He is interning at Jackson Memorial Hospital in Miami. The couple are to be married Gershwin Ladies Spring Brunch George Gershwin Ladies" AuxilChairman of the day was Mrs. iary held a spring membership brunch last week at the Chez Tokay Room of the Morton Towers. Chairman Harry Eilen, president. membership vue HISS. STANLEY STtKN ange colored miniature blossbetrothed couple is planned for urns scattered over all. was the June 9 in the Sky Room of the ma Delta Tau sorority, and is presently employed by the Hayden Publishing Co. in New York City. Grandparents of the new Mrs. Stern are Mr. and Mrs. Max Goodman, Miami Beach, and John Benjamin, Miami. The bridegroom is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Jack Stern of New York City where he graduated from City College and Columbia Law School. Now an attorney with the National Labor Relations Board, he is a member of the New York Bar Assn. Serving as his best man was Le'onard Stern, and Harris Goodman and Lewis Shwiller were groomsmen. When they return from a wedding trip to the Caribbean, the young eouple will live at 67-41 Burns St.. Forest Hills, N.Y. I cotton in a blue and green flora] print was the choice of -Mrs. Burt Chalfin. Mrs. Nathaniel Levin was honored with a plaque and gift for 1 r outstanding contributions to I lie auxiliary. Her dress was the classic black sheath that is alv lys so correct. A sky blue (liantilly lace ensemble over u hite peau de soie was worn by Mrs. Norman Brown. Under her I'utioned jacket, her sheath featured a decolette back that plung'• I almost to the waist. Ice lemon taffeta with multi-colored nnbon applique high on the bodice was Mrs. Marvin Rauzin's ." %  election for the evening. Mrs. Sidney Aronovitz's warped silk taffeta floral print was I detailed with irridescent se-| 'luins, and topped with a full length blush pink satin theatre Wit Black silk chiffon was worn by Mrs. Julius Spector. Her neckline was softly draped and two free-floating panniers were ln the back from the waist to the hemline. A multi-colored floral sheath uth a full skirted matching MISS UNOM SCHATZBtRG Musicians Club Concert A concert on Sunday, 4 p.m., at the Musicians Club of America, Coral Gables, will feature Lacy Coe. violinist, and Eleanor Clark Linton, pianist. r*l£NDLY, GENTLE CARK FOR THOSE YOU LOVK ( Coral ; Gables Convalescent \ Home • Especially designed and equipped for the care of the) elderly and chronically ill • Special diets observed • Nursing staff on duty 24 hours a day under supervision of registered nurses • Recreation, occupational therapy %  Beautiful screened-in-patio NON.SfCfAMN 70o 8. w. Btn ameer (on fM Tamitm, TtMflJ MIAMI. FLOWIOA Ferdinand H. onthai, Owner-Otretor ttrmtr ol. OlrttMr Mt. lim HIM. Cltle 4 Olrufr Jnrliii Meit Itr Aft. rimkersk ZENA POSEVER STUDIO ANNOUHCtS SUMMK UT COURSES STARTING NOW DYNAMICS in DRAWING PAINTING SCULPTURING For Banner* A Advance Students REG/STRATION Now Open. UN 6-1685 — 6911 Rue Bordeaux — Normandy Isle 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 Vol.) Pay nothing until the day you take your storage out! ^RHHfi: COLD FIIR S s <;:>.u.i s % VAULTS ANY-FUR STOLE-CAPE OR COAT STORED FOR 1YEAR*Q45 FREE IN AND OUT SERVICE rj 11 m .St ^ %^ ixacwt MAM THE WORD FOR QUALITY CLEANING, LAUNDRY AND STORAGE 1201 -20th Street, M.B. Corner Alton Road Vault Hrs. 7 A.M. to 6 P.M. Store Hr. 7 A.M. to 9 PJA, JE 8-6104



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Page 10-B +Jeistncrkliar Friday. May 17, 1363 n Shown are members d the staff and faculty at Temple Beth Shalom who were honored at services Friday evening, and at the Oneg Shafabat tendered them by the Temple board of education and PTA. Front row Cleft to right) are Mrs. Sandy Goldman. Miss Anne Yaffe, Mrs. Rebecca Lipson. Miss Nettie Goldstein. Mrs. Emily Grunewald. Mrs. Anita Koppeie. Second row (left to right) are Gerald Koppeie. Cantor David Conviser. Mrs. Marilyn Bloom. Miss Mae Rosenberg. Mrs. Rosalind Robinson. Bernard Kreisberg. Abraham Rosenfeld, and David Shelist Not shown. Miss Shirley Seeman. David Pkrtt and Mrs. Edith Gelber. Spiritual leader of the Temple is Rabbi Leon Kronish. and Herbert C. Bloom is education director. Flagler-Granada Center Dinner Set for Sunday Sidney Aronovrtz. Cjjjr of Miami Commissioner.Ti!l~inslall officers and members of the board for Flagler Granada Jewish Center at a dinner Sur.day at the Ritz Plaza Hotel. Heading the incoming slate is Benjamin Jonas, president: Enun Marshall and Tom Fitsch. vice presidents; Leo Drutz. treasurer; Mrs. Matthew Cohen, recording secretary; Mrs. Hy Coverman. financial secretary; and Mrs. Harold Strumpf. corre-ponding secretaryBoard members are Benjamin Agronow. Robert Brown. Louis Bush. Berry Clein. Hy Coverman. Norman Emmer. Samuel Franz Was. Jess Freed. Samuel Gold stein. Mrs. Jack Green. Jack Green. Samuel Hollander. Samuel Kessler. Mrs. Phillip Levin*. Abraham Mahler. Alter Pizetsner Joseph Prss, Merris Perle.s. Abe* I Sallik. Sam Segal. Harold Stnimpf Irving Verdow. Solomon I .i-nberg and Eze Rubenstein. Mr and Mrs. Harold Irurnpf 'afVffl chafgelif theiHMMion. COXTIXKXTAL DINING ROOM Miami's Only "SKomer Sha^bot" "MO RESTAURANT 8393 BIRD 10., Miami 226-1744 V^^TINENTAik 5J C ATERE R S ^ ,-i i,. ...i... BM ,,„,, £ ^*aVv i^w M xa .!&* %  6oId Medallions For Hadassah Patrons and Donors Patron* and donors will reeeive at the Seville Hotel. Also to be sold -Medallions at the Miami honored are "Godmothers" who Chapter of Hadassah vears-end have contributed to the care and dance on Sunday evenmg support of babies born in the sew Mrs. Schulman In Nursery Program Bernard Friedland. chairman of the education committee of Beth Shirah. announced this week the appoirtment of Mrs Jane Schulman adirector of the pre-kindergarten and nursery schools to open in September in the new building on 120tn St. and 77th Ave. Rabbi Morris A Skop will direct the religious program. Cantor Herman K. Gottlieb, the mu-ic department, and Mrs Nathan Cynamon will supervise the school faculty and administration. Assistants will be Mrs. Lillian Stein and Mrs. Dena Parent. certified teachers with manyyears in nursery and pre-kinderDonor luncheon Wednesday Coral Chapter. American Medical Center at Denver, is holding its eighth annual donor luncheon on Wednesday, noon. May 22. at the Aleier* Hotel. Chairman of the afternoon is Mrs Bell Rubin -tern, vice president. ganen schools in the Miami community. Reading readiness program, to prepare the children for admission in the Dade County Public School System, will be supervised, and a full program of Jewish holiday celebrations and customs and ceremonies ill be part of the curriculum. Registration is now open at the Temple office. 11527 South Dixie High* av Mother a nd-Child Pavilion at the Hadassah Hospital near Jenisal em. Mrs. Joseph Milton, outgoing president of the group, will be presented with a testimonial from the nine groups of the chapter for her "successfnl regime." The af fair will also serve as a farewell gesture to Mrs. Milton who is leaving, with her husband and children, for an extended trip through Japan. CRYSTAL ROOM a* t* LOMBARDY HOTEL DINING ROOM OPEN TO THE PUBLIC CJnaer Strict Rabbinical SuprvMSN. Maahfliach on Premie. 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afadOT' Ma Y 17 1963 +Jmlsti Hhridiciin Page 11-B CeryRett Ire Horriion Deboroh lubel Amfrew ScfWttST ^a* Alan Cypresa Temple Zisn will be the scee' it the bar Mitzvah erf Alan Cypress p Saturday morning, May 18. i inR services conducted by RabT Alf red Waxman. A seventh grade student at West Miami Junior High, Alan plans to bontinue his studies in the Temple's Confirmation Class. Mr. and Mrs. David Cypress k< ill host the Kiddush in I heir ion a honor. bi Mordecai Podet, Lee David Harrison will become Bar Mitzvah at Temple Judea. A sevemn grade student at Ponce Junior High. Lee will continue his religious education, having already completed seven years of study. He is interested in horticulture and has an excellent collection of stamps and coins. Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Harrison. 714 Calalrava Ave., will honor their son at the Kiddush following services. Robert Wachholder • s Saturday evening. May Bath David, will include the Bar Muzvah ot Robert Richard >.der, with Rabbi Norman I %  .ipro officiating. Kowrt at I endShenandoah Jimnr High where he participates in he ^thietic program of the school nri also plays the accordion. Mr. and Mrs. Solomon Wacholrter ire the parents of the celerar.*.. La* Harrison .iturday morning. May 18. urine; service* conducted by Rab3 Now! Econ-0-Way Holidays to ISRAEL and EUROPE N -stop V a El Al 707 Jets 25 days for as Kittle as 535 Air Far* from Now York -'I PICK YOUR DATE! "'• 30. Jui, -X c-t V to"o. 20 15 July 1? New. 17 to CMC. II '. !llU*u Jtc. 22 to Ian. ISM l-i28tolli 2t IJI>. S to Ian 29 64 '-K IteAul M f.O 9 to Mar 4'64 -•< ntoSap. II Mr. It* Mar. 30'14 "St 3 to Oct. Z' Mir. 26 10 Apr 19 64 (Pauovar) H M Hi|tl Ho*) 0*|. Tour Stf IS Sep. 29 "a Ntta M te*> m fcaM — lierytee • •icaaia' a *.-..y-noriationt to lit rour t.on. Economy, Superior arOetuie a Choica "rt rjilferent toer* ol Icratl and Eurepa %  iet all UM e*.t ot lirail. Italy. SuMMer"-.t a ran full rjart in Israel. IS • "it Continent %  Complete *S rjaya prol'-"ii Iron 927 aland • Gam tit '•> *" % %  •<•>•. aaa n *•< ajrMl mtnm aaa>. (taa BV 'ita ar calli GEORGE KRONENGOLD TRAVEL SERVICE ••40 Arthur Godfrey Road MlaMaittMch-tit. 1924 Phone JE 1-0455 Martin Bursuk Rabbi Morton Malavsky will officiate at the Bar Mitzvah of Martin Bursuk during services Saturday morning. May 18, at Israelite, Center. Son of Mr. and Mrs. Jack Bur-i suk, 3215 SW 7th St.. the celebrant! attends the Center's Religions. School and Shenandoah Junior (High. A Kiddush in the social hall will follow the ceremony. • • Deborah Lubel Bas Mitzvah of Deborah Sue, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Manuel Lubel, will be observed on Friday evening. May 17. at Beth David with Rabbi Norman N. Shapiro officiating. A seventh grade student at Ponce de Leon Junior High, the celebrant recently won the Hebrew Spelling Bee sponsored by the Bureau of Jewish Education. She also studies the piano, frequently I presenting joint recitals with her mother. The Oneg Shabbat following the ceremony will be hosted by the Bas Mitzvah's parents. i Arthur Swers Arthur Swers will become Bar Mitzvah during Saturday mornmg j services at Congregation Yehudah Moshe on May 17. Rabbi Morton Shalowitz will officiate. The celebrant has been a stuIdent of Popiel Hebrew School for several years and also attends 1 North Miami Beach Junior High. Mr. and Mrs. Allan Swers will host the Oneg Shabbat on Friday evening and the Kiddush following the Saturday ceremony in their son's honor. • a Andrew Schuster Temple Menorah will be the scene of the Bar Mitzvah of Andrew Schuster on Saturday morn, ing, May 18. with Rabbi Mayer Abramowitz officiating. The celebiant is a student of | the Temple's Religious School I and attends Nautilus Junior High. Parents of the Bar Mitzvah are Mr. and Mrs. Irving Schuster, 624 86th St. Paternal grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Joe Schuster, maternal grandparents are Mr. ] and Mrs. Sam Fliegler. A dinner reception in Andrew"s honor will be held at Michel's Restaurant on Saturday evening. • a • Bar Mitzvah of Kevin, son of Mrs. Trudy Frey, and grandson of Jack Solomon, will be celebrated on Saturday morning, May 18, at Temple Emanu-El. Dr. Irving Lehrman will officiate. A seventh grade student at Ida M. Fisher Junior High, Kevin is an advanced mathematics student, an honorary science" laboratory student and on the honor roll. He won the Medal of Honor for scholastic achievement at South Beach Elementary, was editor of the school newspaper and president of his class for several terms. He was elected by his High School to address the incoming students from South Beach Elementary. He plays vioHn in the school orchestra. The celebrant will be honored at a reception in his home following the ceremony. a a a Alan Ur-ger Alan, son of Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Unger, will be Bar Mitzvah at Temple Ner Tamid during services conducted by Rabbi Eugene Labovitz on Saturday morning,! May 18. The celebrant is a student of the Temple's Religious School and at Nautilus Junior High. A reception in honor of the Bar Mitzvah will follow the ceremony. a Gary Rose Dr. Irving Lehrman will officiate at the Bar Mitzvah of Gary, son of Dr. and Mrs. Arthur M. Rose, during services Saturday morning, May 18, at Temple Emanu-El. A seventh grade student at Nautilus Junior High, Gary is on the ; High Honor Roll, has won an "N" for scholastics, four science excellence awards and Dade County | Junior Olympics 75-yard dash. His; interests include fishing and bowl-| ing for which he has won six trophies. A reception at the Seville Hotel following the ceremony will honor the celebrant. Temple Sinai Seminar And Assembly this Week On Sunday, 10 a.m.. Temple Sinai Religious School will hold an award assembly and annual picnic on the Temple grounds. There will be games and refreshments. Fourth and final session of the current adult education seminar, will be held at the Temple Monday evening. Rabbi Daniel M. Lowy will talk on the 'Reform Jewish Interpretation of Death and Mourning Customs." will enjoy the real Newark ll the new and exotirg Shellon Tower; Finest East-Side lccoti*n — midway between United Nations onJ Rctkcfelier Center, close te all to silbiion end !_• ..'t.:il:. Beoutiful eir-con 'ii toned rooms anal tultet with telc.isio.i — at most moderate rates! OUTDOOR ROOF GARDEN AND SUN DECK JWIM rtEEira rioosevelt Chapter Sends Delegates Eight members of the Eleanor Roosevelt Chapter, B'nai B'rith tVomen. will attend th Dfstrirt Five B'nai B'rith Women's convention June 16 to 19 in Atlanta. Delegates are Mrs. Gerald SoKz, past president of District 5 BBW: Mrs. Hewitt Weiss, chapter service officer; Mrs. Chet Bromley and Mrs. Robert Gross, past chaptei presidents; Mrs. Alvin Weinstein Mrs. Marvin Schoenberg, Mrs. Edward Waronkcr and Mrs. Ben Stone. Alternate delegates are Mrs Sheldon Wynne and Mrs. Myron Rubin. Mrs. Soltz installed Mrs. Weinstein as president of the chapter on Wednesday. May 15. Mrs. Schoenberg and Mrs. Irving Sussman wrote the skit. "Those Wonderful Years." musical highlights from the chapter's past IS years. Coff# 5hop Excellent RMtovrant Famous Supper Club the 1200 ROOM Hotel I H UaVagiea) Avestee, 41th to 4Mi street IMW VOatt 17, M. Y.-TB. FUee MM r"a^ai~a-rHEUF0N TOWERS 1 %  mail cam aaamaaj m u apeett nan I I I MUM I I tttf Zw1"U. l'ol. AtlV. AN EXCITING AND UNUSUAL TRAVEL OPPORTUNITY! 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f < Page 12-B %  k wistftoridrtor Haddssah Institutes Planned For Florida Region Members in Early June Mrs. Gerald' P. Soltz. newly e lected Membership Vice Presi dent of the Florida Region of Hadassah. has announced that two Membership Institutes will be sponsored by the Region during tin' week of June 3 to 7 in the State of Florida. The Miami. Miami Beach. Hollywood ar.d Palm Beach Chapters of Hadassah. and their constituent MRS. JOSEPH RAMBAM Beth Kodesh Rabbi Inducts Officers Installation ceremonies at Beth Kodesh Sisterhood luncheon on Wednesday will be conducted by Rabbi Max Shapiro. Heading the 1963-64 slate is Mrs. Joseph Rarabam. president. Serving with her will be Mrs. Eli Weiner. Mrs. Peter Duchon and Mrs. Harry Hart, vice presidents; Mr-. Abraham Topol, Mrs. Abraham Barkan and Mrs. Faye Weintraub, honorary presidents Also Mrs. Louis Stone, recording secretary; Mrs. Max Newberger. corresponding secretary; Air*. Jack Stone, financial secretary; Mrs Sadie Schucart. social secretary; Mrs. Sam Cohen, treasure; Mrs. Max Shapiro, chaplain; Mrs. Faye Weir.traub. parliamentarian; Sirs. Pauline Sokoloff and and Mrs. Mollie Harrison, guardians. Board members are Mesdames Ir\ing Jacobson, Leo Stern. Rose Cootner. Dorothy Chassner. Lillian Sherman. Sara Zimmerman. Anne Gordon. Esther Solomon and Lee Kleber. groups, are being invited to attend an all-day Membership Institute on Tuesday. June 4. begin ning at 9 a.m. at the Deauville Hotel. All group and Chapter membership personnel BJ well as presidents have been invited to attend. The Institute will be conduct.-1 by Mrs. Philip Kro-kin. of Norfolk. Ya.. a member of the Na' tional Board of Hadassah. There will be a planning session on Mon ay. June 3. and a meeting of the executive boards of all four | chapters on June 5. all to be held at the Deauville Hotel. The second Institute will be held in Tampa for Hadassah chapters in central, northern and West Coast Florida. l_ Communal Services Divisions Awards To Participants Awards for work in the 1963 Combined Jewish Appeal campaign, and for outstanding financial support of the campaign will be presented to leaders of the Communal Services Division at a final report and award meeting of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation on Tuesday. 4 p.m. "Representatives of participating agencies and leading synagogues who best understand the needs of the Jewish community, i the work ot Federation and support these needs, will be honored for distinguished servce to Federation." said Edward Cohen, chairman of the division. The Communal Services Division has increased the percentage in the Division to 57 percent and has also received many increased contributions in honor of the anniversary year," he continued. "Increased giving through increased participation was the goal and the aim of this year's drive, and we will honor those who helped make this possible." Cohen stated. "At the meeting, five outstanding workers will receive certificates of merit and all volun teers will be presented with awards for their part in the campaign." Friday, May 17, i& a d Tifereth Dance Sunday Last affair of the season for Temple Tifereth Israel members .will be a dance on Sunday i in the social hall. Fine Gift* P Wholesale R,' l( FOR GRADUATION y Antique & New Charms. Bracelets Earring*. Pin*. Ring*. Cna na % Antique Watches % Betsy Ross Antique Jewelers % 9J70 B.iy Harbor Ter. Ph r off 96th St. Kane Conco Executive committee of Micmi Beach Golden Ring Club 3 planning a memorial meeting for the late president of Israel Itzhak Ben-Zvi. Standing (left to right) are Sam Dolsky; Harry Minker, financial secretary; Mrs. Pearl Goodstein, vice chairman, social fund; Sam Simon, secretary, sunshine fund; Sam Aines, chairman of entertainment. Seated (left to right) are Simon Horowitz, treasurer,'Mrs. Esther Gordon, vice president; Abe Goldberg, president; lack Goldsmith, recordina secretary. Not present, Sam Slatowitz, chairman, sunshine fund. I AM THE BEST TAILOR in town, 15 yeart in Miami, all i rptJ alterations for man and women. S. Drucker, 1 N.E. 3rd St. Ph. FRanklin 4-1166 FHA—VA RESALES IN PERFECT CONDITION DAOE a\ BROWARD COUNTY From S15O.00 down $50 00 Mo ALTMAN INSURANCE & REAL ESU 768 NW 3rd St. FR |. We Handle Insurance of All STfct 1-2421*11 Kin* i e r %  G • K W \ i Miami Beach B'nai B'rith Lodge Holds Luncheon Miami Beach Lodge 1591 B'nai B'rith weekly luncheon meeting will be held Tuesday noon, at the DiUdo Hotel. Meeting is dedicated to all candidates for the Miami Beach City Council. Gershon Miller is program chairman, and Dr. Abraham Wolfson, newscaster. TED COHEN Ted Cohen in j Councilmanic Race Ted Cohen. Democratic leader of Greater Miami, has filed as a candidate for the Miami Beach City Council race. Well known to Beach. County and State civic and politica 1 leaders, in 1962 Cohen was elected as Democratic Committeeman and then to head the Democratic Party of the Miami Beach Division. An insurance executive and an alumnus of the U.S. Naval Acad%  emy. he was voted "Outstanding | Young Man on Miami Beach" receiving the Junior Chamber of Commerce Distinguished Service Award. He was also recognized by Gov. Farris Bryant when he won the Florida Junior Chamber of Commerce award as "Outstanding Citiien in the State Best Promoting Public Safety." Cohen has been president of the Miami Beach Jaycees, of the Mi ami Beach Civitan Club and of the Miami Beach. Young Democrats. He served as chairman of the Mayor's Safety Committee and of the Miami Beach Division of the Boy Scouts, as vice president Dtek Cowry Young Democrat^ of the Miami Beach PresiCouncil. A lo-pear resident of Miami Beach. I itej "1 feel that I am fulfilling a definite obligation in bidding fi I on l"it> Council, for it will zi\c me more of an opportunity to continue m> community serxue in a more ef fcctive position." Miss Barbara Segal receives the Israel Pilgrimage Award from Rabbi Allen Rutchik, director of the Southeast Region of United Synagogues of America. Barbara Segal Wins Israel Trip Barbara Segal, of Temple Men orah United" Synagogue Youth, has received a scholarship award of a trip to Israel with the annual national USY pilgrimage An outstanding student at Mi aim Beach Senior High and at Temple Menorah. Barbara will join 110 students from all over the United States and Canada who will leave on July 3 for a six week visit to Israel. The award is given "in recognition of outstanding work in the USY and for superb achievement in Jewish studies." Daughter ot Mr. and Mrs. Jack Segal. 7311 Byron Ave.. Barbara and her parents came here from New Haven. Conn., four years ago. They immediately affiliated with Temple Menorah and have always been active members. Rabbi Mayer Abramowitz is spiritual leader of the Temple. Southeast Region of United Synagogue Youth makes an annual scholarship award to "recognize the achievement of those USY'ers who stand out in over 1.500 members of the organization." Golden Ring Club Holds Memorial Miami Beach Golden Ring Club 3 will hold a memorial meeting in honor of the late president of Israel. Itzhak Ben-Zvi. on Thursday, 7:30 p.m.. at 832 Washington Ave Guest speaker will be Rabbi Morris A. Skop with Cantor Her•tl '••ottlieh chanting appropriate selections Both are from Temple lilUl M... .ill At a recent board meeting of the club. Bfldrested b\ M Berman. executive director of I.rael HiMadrut Committee, the or ganization pledged it.-elf to e.tah lish a medical project in the planned new medical center in BteVsheba. WANTED SEWING MACHINE OPERATORS ON STRAW HATS. Must Be Experience*) Good* Pay. PHONE 371-4948 X FOR YOUR SUMMER VACATION an the j | lak — Hendertonville, N.C.. Mountain I I lake Edgewater Apt*. Weak, teason. I Z Reservatont literature, modern, utilit Ariel included. 4717 Alton Rd. Miami I I Beach, JE 2-4714. er P.O. Bo. 525. f S HENOEHSONVIUE N C ^^V>rV^U'^rVS*rWV ENGLISH (57) FORD City Drivinc—4 New Tires CONSUL-IS Miles Per Gallon PRICE $375 MO 1-2511 Exten. 359 Farband Regular Meeting Farband. Ben-Gunon Branch 304. will hold its next regular meeting, conducted by Max Astor. president, on Thursday evening. May 23. Bernard Furman. cultural chairman, will speak on "Shavuoth. the Holiday of Torah and of Nature."' --j | Individualize*], Personoliied InstiK I tion by experienced nationally K-1 •credited TEACHER OF PIANO,' J ORGAN, ACCORDION for tots, trees,, t adults. Classics, carrent. Air-Condi[ {tiened. Recent student awordrd col-, liege scholarship HI 8 6283 • t—---.— 52 Association Card Party The 52 Association of Greater Miami is sponsoring a spring card party on Tuesday evening at the Algiers Hotel. The group brings entertainment to the veterans in the V A. Hospital in Coral Gables, and gives financial assistance to the vet eran's families. < VWWWWWW^^WrW DISCOUNT ON DEVELOPING 4 PRINTING FUM, CAMERAS AND EQUIPMENT Craig's Camera Center 7356 S.W. Red Rd. Ph. 6*5 511l5 <^WWW^^^*^r^r>rVW>A*r>r' Or Olom Sisterhood Presents Program Skit Newly elected officers and board members of the Sisterhood of Temple Or Olom (formerly Coral Way Jewish Centeri were to be introduced at a meeting on Thursday. 16. durum the program, "J med 1 was %  p | Officer! are Mrs. Will.am Seidman. president; ftl ;iimnn-lfarb ibe Gruber Mr* i' presidentv Uvin "i r The id has'become af filial i National Won -ue of V era! delthe re> cent conference in Orlando. Rabbi Stern Officiates During Mexico Visit Rabbi Tibor H. Stern, spiritual leader of the Beth Jacob Congregation, has returned from Mexico City, where he officiated at the marriage of his nephew. Robert Stern. 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riday. May 17. 1963 feWfaft Mrrirfgrtn Page 13-B Irs. Mintzes in Hag Presentation Senior Citizens Association of jiami Beach installation was held the Algiers Hotel on Tuesday ining, Apr. 23. Opening prayer was offered-by hbi Tibor Stern and Cantor uirice Mamches sang the U.S. Israel national anthems, i ouotjr Commissioner Chuck till acted as master of ceremon,md County Commissioner Alex idon installed the slate of otters. Mrs. Joe Mintzes, president, i rented the Greater Miami All nerican flag, given to the ormzation by Look Magazine and o National Municipal League, r its work with the sick and dy of the community. Guests of honor were Dr. T. E. ato and Dr. Kermit H. Gates of acksOB Memorial Hospital, and ed Heller, chairman of the execuv< board, gave a brief talk. Plaques were presented to Com.i I Gordon, Com. Hall, Max Goldhagen, membership chairman, and ] Mrs. Al Laufrebaum, secretary. Chairman ef the event was Mrs. Amy I-Iaber. USY Installs of uday Evening Services During late Friday evening series at Temple, Zion, installation new officers of the United Syn_ue Youth Group will be held Kabbi Alfred Waxman offic.'^oing president, Terry Grosswill present the gavel to VicH'utchman. hen to be installed: vice pres. Shelley Bronwit;. secretary, ara Yagman; treasurer. Alan a; and chaplain, Lawrence nan. Farr Holds Open House for Campaign Aaron Farr, candidate for Miami Beach City Council, held open house on Sunday at his campaign headquarters, 713 71st St. Although he is a newcomer to the political scene, Farr, co-owner of Farr Tours with offices and associate offices throughout the world, is an ardent Miami Beach booster, and feels he knows the I answers to tourist problems in the | area. As he told the many who came to meet him on Sunday. "A concerted effort, sparked by a man experienced in tourism, must be made to attract more and more people to Miami Beach." ••You know my slogan," he continued. "a tourist in every room.'., and that's the happy result I want to help bring about ii I'm ^'iven the opportunity of representing you in Council." Mrs. Jean C. Lehman is head of the Women's Committee of Farr for Council, assisted by Mrs. Ben Zion Ginsburg. Mrs. William Brenner, Mrs. Harry Schiff and Mrs. Sidney Schwartz. Temple Israel Sisterhood Plans Luncheon Party Luncheon and card party under the auspices of Temple Israel Sisterhood is planned for Tuesday, 11:30 a.m. in the social hall, Hostesses are Mrs. Hedy Newman, Mrs. Rose Rose, Mrs. Lea Patnick and Mrs. Lila Astor. Royal Hungarian Owners Lose Lease; Plan New Location for Coming Season Anne Frank Chapter Installs Mrs. David Shwiller has been reelected president of the Anne Frank Chapter, B'nai B'rith Women, and Mrs. Abe Levine, corresponding secretary. Installation of officers will be at a luncheon Tuesday noon, at the Everglades Hotel. Dora Stein Donor Features Rabbi Featured speakers at the Dora Stein Sisterhood donor luncheon, Sunday, noon, will be Rabbi Morton Malavsky and Mrs. William Dickson, president of the Florida Branch, National Women's League. To be held at the Lombardy Hotel, the affair will be chaired by Mrs. Estelle Lazarus and Mrs. Chester Leiter. Hostesses for the afternoon will be Mrs. George Graham, Mrs. Louis Sonsky. Mrs. Sam Mitchell and Mrs. Albert Winston. Dance recital by the students of the Grimms Dramatic School will be presented. After 13 years at the same location, 731 Washington Ave., Miami Beach, Mr. and Mrs. Philip Weiss, of the Royal Hungarian Restaurant, announced that they have lost their lease and closed the popular Beach dining spot after a gala farewell celebration on Mother's Day, May 12th. The couple came to this area 17 years ago and worked for one season in the hotel business. The following year the Weisses purchased a small restaurant on the corner of Washington and 8th St. in the Royal Hotel, moving four years later to the permanent location. Because of their Hungarian ancestry the couple decided on "The Royal Hungarian," as a name for the new establishment. Working side by side, with Mrs. Weiss preparing most of the specialties for which the restaurant has become popular, they were able themselves to supervise the Kashrus of the foods being prepared. (Mr. Weiss was the organizer and the founder of the now community-wide Balabatim Vaad Hakashrus. of which he was the president for three years.) In 1961 they entered the field of Kosher catering both at the Royal Hungarian and in Temples and Synagogues throughout Greater Miami. Among their patrons is Eastern Air Lines for whom they prepare Kosher packaged meals for Kashruth-observing travelers. The Weisses are the parents of iuuv children, the oldest, Miriam, and three sons, Solomon, David and Jacob. The boys are all students at the Hebrew Academy, from which their daughter, now attending Miami Beach Hi g h School, was a graduate. Mr. Weiss is on the board of directors of the Hebrew Academy. A World War II veteran, he is a member of the Jewish War Veterans, North Shore Post 677, B'nai B'rith Lodge-1591, vice past president of the Mizrachi Hapoel Hamizrachi, Kneseth Israel Congregation and Beth Tfilah, and served as a member of the Mayor's Social Service Board. Mrs. Weiss is a member of Pioneer Women, Hadassah, and a life member of Mizrachi Women and Hebrew Academy Women. Mr. Weiss announced that although the dining room has been closed, the catering service is still available. He also stated that he and Mrs. Weiss are "considering several propositions" which include plans to open at a new location in the fall "with the most up-to-date" and elaborate Kosher establishment the area has ever known."—S.T. George Isaacs Wins $300 Research Prize Native Miamian, George Isaacs, with Robert Kasper, classmate at the University of Miami School of Medicine, has won first prize of $300 for a paper entered in the Annual Student Research Day. The paper was entitled "An InYitro Microscopic Study of Red Blood Cell Changes in Cerebrospinal Fluid." Son of Mrs. Rae Isaacs, 2383 SW 27th Lane, George is on a 4-year scholarship, and was recently elected to Alpha Omega Alpha, national medical honor society. After receiving his degree in June, the young doctor will serve his internship at the New York Hospital. Cornell University Medical Center in New York City. I : :pter presidents, Women's American ORT, be installed on Wednesday are (seated t to right) Mrs. Abbe Lane, Islanders; Mrs. ;eph Swimmer, Hollywood; Mrs. Louis ion, Reqion; Mrs. Faye V. Klausner, Coral les; Mrs. Ben Weinshank, Biscayne; Mrs. nry Gilbert, North Dade. Standing (left to right) are Mrs. Stanley Phillips, Bay; Mrs. Martin Grosswald, North Miami, Mrs. Henrietta Bolotin, Greater Miami; Mrs. Seymour Goldstein, South Miami; Mrs. Morris W. Greenberg, Greynolds Park; Mrs. Lou Jacobson, Miami Beach Afternoon; Mrs. Steve Hutt, Southwest. Mtheastern Florida Region ORT In Chapter Installation ve chapters of the SouthSi i ii Florida Region of Women's uu an ORT, with a member) ol around 2,000 women, will 1 an installation luncheon on Im sday, noon, at Westbrooke |ir.try Club. flping Hands" wiU be the theme of the day. chaired by Mrs. Women's American ORT 15 dunam Harold Schneider. Rabbi Irving Lehrman will give the invocation and install the officers. Mrs. Joseph Wilkes, region past president, will present a program of songs with special lyrics, accompanied by Mrs. Syd Hoff. Municipality of Haifa has given of land for construction of the Jeanette Orleans Gayl Memorial Center. ORT now maintains over 600 schools and installations in 20 countries, with three schools on the planning board for Israel to be started as soon as funds are available. MR. AND MRS. PHIUP WtISS Bgional officers of Women's American ORT be installed Wednesday are (seated left to |htj Mrs. Alan Tannen and Mrs. Philip Stark, r e presidents; Mrs. Louis Baron, president; Ms. Jack Fils, executive committee chair: n; Mrs. William Fishman and Mrs. Willard rhlgemuth, vice president. Standing (left to right) are Mrs. Harold Schneider, treasurer; Mrs. Mark Cirlin, parliamentarian; Mrs. Florence Kupperman, vice president; Mrs. Ewald Ziffer, financial secretary, Mrs. Seymour Shafran. recording secretary; Mrs. Richard Greenbaiim, vice president; Mrs. Alan Venzer, corresponding secretary. "EXCELLENT PERFORMANCES" -NY. Daily Mirror parkway 2 tem-THOMAS -rtSVKES. Kit OR ^WVMMyVWW^M^r^^M^M^AMr>^MAM^^A^W MAY 19-20-21 and 22 Acorns Civic Theatre Presents A Showcase Production "MAYBE TUESDAY %  I Directed By Laura Tolins Guest Star JOHNNY CONRAD LITTLE STAGE • 2100 Wash. Ave., M.B. JE 2-3954 Curtain 8:45 P.M. $1.00



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Page 14-B • L~Ut n+jriliir Friday. May 17. 1963 Dr. Lehrman Installs 49ers Dr. Irving 1 .elirnian will be guest speaker and installing officer at the annual installation banquet of I The Forty -Niners of Temple Emanu Kl on Sunday, 6:30 p.in in Sirkin Hall. Officers for 1963 d4 arc Irving Schatxman, president; Mrs. Joseph Alpern. Joseph lireenberg. Irving Schencker, Max Sulken. vice presidents; Mrs. Freda Newman, honorary past president; Ben Levine, treasurer; Mrs. Simon Berstem. Harry Feldman. financial secretaries; Mrs. Wolf trewanter, Mrs. Frieda Saht. recording secretaries; Ben Moskow iti. serjeant-at-arms. and Joseph Creenbers. social secretary. Board members are: Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Alpern. Mr. and Mrs. Joseph A\erbook. Mr. and Mrs Simon Berstem. Mr. and Mrs. Max Fonberg. Mr and Mrs. Wolf C.ewanter. Mr. and Mrs. Klias Hal pern, Mr and Mrs Rubin llynun. Mr. and Mrs Ben MoafcearitS, Mr and Mrs Isadore Pass. Mr. and Mrs. tgvtftg Schatxman. Mr. and Mrs Morril Secman. Mr and Mrs Nathan Slutrker. Mr and Mrs Max Sulken. Also Mrs Nettie BeaenaaB, Mis David Berger, Mrs Ettie Dane Mrs Samson Davidson, Mrs Fanme QeMherg -< ph Greenberg, Mrs. .Anna I Ben Levine Mrs Freda Newman. Louis Rudges, Mrs. Frieda Snlit, Irving Schencker, Fhs Schnil < r Founders Club Selects Meyer Students graduating during services Friday evening at Temple Beth Am. who have attended the Congregation's Religious School since its inception eight years ago. Lett to right are Mark Freeman, Eunice Tall, Diane Selditch, Elaine Brenner, Linda Green. Robert Prager. Not in picture, Roger Angel. Beth Am recently dedicated a second school wing. The school has 900 students and 28 professional teachers. Sixty-four students will be confirmed this year. James Albert Heads Beth Sholom Cong. Fershkos in Recital A joint recital of ballads and folk Simgs of Asia. Europe. Israel and the Americas, will be given OB Saturday evening by Sarah and Hay tin Fershko in the DiLido Hotel Theatre. Pianist Fershko will perform his arrangement of Ellstein's Negev Concerto and his Ballad in B flat His wife will sing old and new favorites. Larson Qualifies For Beach Council A resident of Miami Beach for 17 years. Charles F. Larson has qualified for the Miami Beach City Council race. A three year veteran serving in the Vailed States Coast Guard. 1 arson is a graduate of hit* school, service f ngam 111114 school, service fire fighting school, aad studied business property management at the CDiversity of Miami. ""Owning a successful apartment house en Miami Beech tor the past 17 years," says Larson. "1 think I understand Miami Beach taxes. pohce needs, advertising and promotion. It's time we had energetic, aggressive young men in government. he rentmiitd "to give us ne\ ideas and new solutions to old problems.' Active in youth work. Larson hi a member of American Legion Post 146 ami F4AM. 1*0 Ocean Bay Lodge. Twentieth .innual congregational meeting of Temple Beth Sholom will be held on Saturday teaming in the auditorium. Meeting will be preceded by a cocktail party and dinner and the formal open Young Judaeans Close Activities A Maceabea combined with the celebration of the 15th anniversary of Israel's Independence will mark the closing of the year's activities tor the 25 Young Judaean groups of Greater Miami. Program wiM i n In d a races and contests, umpslitian m aceup newspapers and g roup songs in ik wiwdwi im the outstanding group. Jurlpn will be m e aahsr s ef aho See* Florida Zionist Youth Cm ganued by Moons*** aad Zien. he Organization of a m ari r a. which supports the youth program. ing of a photographic exhibit by David Perlmutter. Israeli photo grapher-ar:it Rabbi Richard Hirsch. director of the Religious Action Center of the UAHC. Washington. DC will >peak on "The Significance of the First Jewish Action Center in the National Captal." Newly elected officers of the Temple and its affiliates will be installed by Rabbi Leon Kronish. spiritual leader of the Congregation, assisted by Cantor David Conviser. James M. Albert will be installed for a third term as president, and Dr. Harry E. Wolk for a second term as president of the Brotherhood. Mrs. Leo Levin is newly-elected president of the Sisterhood and Mrs. Sanford Levine, newly-elected president ef the PTA. """~ Breotfasf for Gtilktrt ana x.ov Baron de Hirsch Meyer was installed as chairman of the Founlers Club of Mt. Sinai Hospital luring a luncheon meeting on, Vednesdayj at" the Fontaineblcau Hotel. A member of the original board of trustees and the wrst preaident of Mt. Sinai Hospital. Mayor was elected in l*4o and served for two yoaes. Ho has played a vital role in the development and progress of Mt. Sinai Hospital. He is a prominent attorney and a member and past president of the Bar Association of Miami Beach. A well known civic leader, he is past vice president and a trustee of the University of Miami, past president of the American Jewish Committee for New York's Institute of Human Relations, a director of United Fund, and vice president of the Jewish Home for the Aged. He is active in the Opera Guild of Greater Miami and a member of the National Conference of Christians and Jews. Meyer will succeed Leonard A. Wien who has served as the Club's chairman for the past three years. Nominating chairman Sam Blank presented the following slate lor election: vice chairmen. A. C. Fine. Mac Gache. Phillip Isaacs. Benjamin Kline. Sam C. Levenson: secretary. Jerry Blank. Founders Club of Mt. Sinai Hospital includes 83 nun and women who have contributed a minimum of $50,000 for the continuous progress of the hospital, and are dediVor/efy Serving Project for Roosevelt Chapter Twelve members of Eleanor Roosevelt Chapter of B'nai B nth. under the leadership of Mrs. Nor, man Sand, are sewing infants' gowns and flannelette bed jackets for children at Variety Children's Hospital. A center of healing, teaching ; and research, the hospital is presently conducting a fund-drive to add 50 beds, build new surgical rooms and expand its faculties. cated to maintaining the hifth standards of patient care and the teaching and research programgj Mt. Sinai. Honored for birthdays at the affair were founders Mrs. Lila Heatter, Isadore Hccht. Samuel Kann aad Leon Lowenstcin. The Club's traditional birthday celebrations start at age 35 and at 5-ye..: intervals thereafter. JNF Council Awards Faithful Workers Jewish National Fund ^uncil of Greater Miami will hold us an nual award night on Wednesday in ; the French Room of the Fontaine bleau Hotel. Leon J. Ell. president of the Council said. "Awards will 6e presented to leaders and net tail wh_ 'have distingui>hed themse during the past year by their 9. standing achievement on behalf >i Jewish National Fund." Guest speaker will be Rnhhi Morris Skop. spiritual leader ut Temple Beth Shirah Cantor Herman Gottlieb will present .t program of songs accompar t-d on the piano by Esther Barrett Digntfindf beautiful end reverently cared for •urroundiAfs for our During the year Young Judaeans participated in a winter camping program at Owansa Bauer far juniiors, a spring conclave far seniors, sent cartons of clothes for Youth Ahyah settlements in Israel, par -urinated m Youth Ahyah and Jewish National Fund nmd-raistng aad established contact with the Shluchot Settlement in Israel as their sister Kibbuts. Young Judaea also sponsors Camp Judaea in Hendensoovule. MX. Mrs. Frank Faxbenhloom is camp chairman. aumts t. lAMsom Gould Hearing Aids Holds Open House Stanley Gould Hearing Aids, aathorued Zenith Hearing Aid dealers, are holding open house this month in observance of national "Better Hearing Month." Sponsored by the American Hearing Society d behalf of the aathmatad 15 million people hoee hearing is unpaired, the 35ih aanual Better Hearing Month" campaign is ilcngnad to alert famines and friends of the hard ef heat i ng to the services now avaiiahle to them. >oung adults aad middle-aged people whose hearing loss has resitted in their missing the world of sound will want te explore the 1 ef the American Hearing Society." Gould said. Daring the open house at 1085 Lincoln Rd.. free demonstrations -1 on the eewest electronic haariflg matrument*. mchsd:he most recent devel o p ment in ear level heating. Zenith's Delegate' Searmg aid. a miniature transistorised, unit a l i g ning More than 350 active campaign workers attended a kickoff break fast hi the Sea Gull Hotel for Beach City Council aspirant Hymen GalbuL The two-hour campaign kickoff breakfast, which was attended by more than two doren Beach civic leaders, heard Galbut's three youngest sons. Russell. Albie and David, address the overflowing crowd at the breakfast. Miami Beach attorney Hyman Galbut, seeking a seat oa the Miami Beach City Council, pledges that if ejected "our publicity proaiooon will be increased both nationally and internationally, without increased costs 10 the taxpayer. I will devote my full energy to the development ef the present cenveauen bureau ante a more effective vehicle, benefittwg our economy through an increased budget, more offices through the Catted States, a larger staff and participating support by every concern doing business ia Miami Beach." UCAL MOTtCff" Powell Recipient §f Plaque for Service ( Special recogniton of civic ef I forts by D. Lee IVv.ell during his' i 21 years as mayor, vice mayor and councilman was accorded by' Miami Beach's South Shore Citizens Club at their monthly meeting this week. I Highlight of the meeting, which', marked the 10th anniversary of the founding of the Beach civic organization, was the award of a plaque to Powell by Louis Shafkin. president. The plaque was: inscribed: "In grateful recognition' for your valuable services as our Mayor-Ciflren-and Civic Leader." WO 1-7693 This Emblem Identifies Your Welcome Wagon Sponsors^ NOTICE UNO** FICTITIOUS NAME CAW N %  r i> HKKKBY . ( %  uaaaaa* MP^-I T ik* th-iutxua Mm,i -v iprrs LI N \. Ml lW*rti. lit IMIR*WrK of th, <'nv\>ori •< IWKW Vufti\ Hurl MYS :.ia,N" RITI, v\\ I'lXAN.vXl 1 lU-RTt'N k-:\> I A f ro 1 ) f v> '> NOTICE L'NOE* FICTITIOUS NAME LAW N A • \ lhat 1. in \i \\ Richard Asks For Return to Council Councilman Mel Richard, campaigning for a leurth term in the Miami Beach council, is asking voters to support him on June 4 so that he can continue "to fight against waste, inefficiency aad special favors to special inter ests Citnii; •trams, tax reductions ami giveaway goii concessions as txpi.al e\4inple> ot municipal mismanagement that raise Ike etef of goveinmoiu. Kieharil s.i>s 1 de pkkre the multi millions of ilollars am gte d threegh incompetence and bTftapanatMattj M all levels of rntnent." rmi


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Pride y. May 17. 1963 | Visitors Council Holds Sixth Annual Dinner \o\ien Ring Club Sunday Star 'tertainer at the concert be give* by the Miami Beach ,olden Ring Club 3 on Sunday Sixth annual dinner meeting of u nr; May 26, at the Farband the Council for International entei fc 32 Washington Ave.. will; Visitors of Greater Miami was to phuni ist Sam Wexler, who will be held this Thursday May 16 resen' n original, witty journal, 7.30 p.m.. at the Coral Gables IMI#> Wl^rirHi^r, Page 15-B LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE 18 HEREBY C11VBN Hint HitnnderstRned, d-strlng t riMBEFG. Hal i>. :t. "f 621 Jeff, I'I Z\ %  %  • died M -'> :; Wvereldi uPlNv.iN, Benjamin. 66, of H'l "Knci ltd died May I. c.MTE -THAL, Mm. MolHe, 66. UM l" v : died May 2Riverside. PEARL 'Irs Boohl* Robinson. St, of >|, -Uvania AT*., ilit-il May I. rnLC-'EIN. Lottie, died. Blank ISAAC'.i'Bono, '* %  of I*" SW •.••.in > -11i Apr. :•• tiordon. I 10 With ui,. ci.rk of the I'll. of Dade County, Florida. Dated at Miami, Florida 'lay of May, IMS CHINARAMA, INC. „„.......„„„ F ,„ V1U „ > A '\'n < >j;hak. President home hospitality, promotes friendMYERE HEIMAN? KAPLAN r ships and helps create better unu 5 oYw C iat'i derstanding of life in the U.S. for Miami, Florida visitors, most of whom come I5SS2*** %  ***** through the U.S. State Department A,, """ -y "" A or privately sponsored interna-i tional programs. •i i't.N';-siIA-Nni..N s i-lllNAlLVMA "i M.\umi-JAi <<•., (no! inc.) al ii number lfi*n W. I)lxl llwv TIT *•• Savmui *THICoral UHMM, [he City of North Miami Beach i-iorF ''""' | l. Intenda to register said name %  la intends to register the aald name w,,h ""' < lerk "' "'•• Circuit Court ult Court this 6th Jewish Daily Eagle" and citizens, the organization provides ulish publications. c ant '10. IT. "t. 31 LEGAL NOTICE kOSCV-Z. jfism. ui" l-rael. .Ii. ad.< Hiv.-rTJ; of newISMITIvine. K.I died April I". died Apr. %  :. Rtv|CREE' tERO, llchai I, 84, "f li.-.l Apr -" l. ..ni-. SS, .Ii..I Apr. I'*', i Ii \ •• Riverside of 3JT BanIt, RiverItrd EEAF: LN. Cdailes Kiln. 2:'" Ma) :. I :lank ic-i'"[R MiPauline s.. M, al 1,1 i>r., died Ma) I. RlvkGRO"'-<. Mrs Lena, of isos Coldied Miv I Riverside. IMITK • % %  H. •' %  -'. of '•""<• W. U' Mrs. U, %  Id. |CREE.VALD. Stt Ka Av Ha M.I. tORCC li. died Ma) io. RiverRevs S ••.•!. died May !•. of S51S RiverCharles, SO, of llo died May I. Cordon. HERAiN. I'.. i i.uii'ii. 71. of LM6-;ist >; dii o Ma) I lilvei -I.I.-. B0VER, Mrs. Julia, MI. of .:''-l Collins v. %  • i May %  Rlvaralde IND---SN, Al.iaham. 7:1. Of I1H N\V Ird HI .li.-.l May 7. (iord.m. COLOECSS, Maurice, 7S. of 185 -. \\.. died May 6. Rlv%  LEVINE, I..r.n.e. of 1*10 th St., SREBE'.iCK. IXMIII.. 77. of ll SW .li.-.l May :.. Riverside. LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE UNDER r .TITIOUS NAME LAW IS IlkOtKBT lirVBN that unit• .mi.-.l. .1.-IririK to eiii::.<,%  h.i.-iih. fi. IItlous name %  ; -;1 ITKI.IC \l |nNs at MM \\ St., Miami 17, Florida In mda • edater Ha Id name with the Circuit Court of I'.ul. Mint) Florida. 'i.i' i. in • % %  in I:I.SI:N i sole ••" n. i :. i7-"4-:n. 1 : NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOT1CB IS HERKBY GIVEN that the understsned, desirlnc to engage in hiisin.-. under the fictitious name "f IKK.MAX ^CO, at li"i Alnsley riulldlnc. Miami, l-'lorl.la. int.nil ti. reaister said name with the Clerk ouniy, Florida. r"OHERT I. PBRMAN Mll.T.iN PERMAN JOAN A U1I.MEK HRRBERT SCHWEITZER ROH8, STAMKR, H'OLP I HAFT Ml...i in % f..r I .-i-mail A Co. Ill East i-n.i si New York City, .". 17. 14, Si, •'.-7 IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA. IN PROBATE No. 59-W2-C In RR: Estate uf MAI RICE i;nl.l'i:. iss In-ceased NOTICE TO CREDITORS T.. All rredltors and All I'i i -•nHavlmt claim..r Demands Asuinsi Bald Ksiat. %  Vou are hereb; notified and required to present an) rlalms and donutnds which you ma) have aitainsi ih. • -i.il. ..I MAI'RICE <:< 'l.i 'l" >ss. dei. ased late .-i l iade Count). Plo Ida, io ih.County Judges <>f Bade County, an.I file tinsain.in duplicate and as provided In Section 7U.ll, l-i.>nlu Statutes, in their offices In ih. (\.unt\ Courthouse in Dade County, ilorfda, within six alen.lar in.mills from the time .f the first pul'li. ation hereof, or Ike sun. will IH hurred. iHtted at Miami. Florida, this Mb .lay of May. A l>. lHt>;l. .-CHARLES col.ur.oss As Kxe.-ulor First puhli. alioii of this notice : th.17th day of May. 1M THKOIM>RI-: R. NELSON 1 Attorney f..i Executor UH Lincoln Road Miami Beach, Florida :. 17. 24, 11, IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY, No. 6SC 98 DOLLAR SAVINC.s HANK OF THE CITY OF NEW YORK, Plaintiff, ALFRKO I.. I.ASHER et ux Defendants. NOTICE OF SUIT TO: ALFRKO I. I.ASHKIt :.:•" Boston Nick Road North Kingston. Rhode Island You are hereby notified that the above captioned action has been institUted aaainst you in the Circuit Court • .f the ELEVENTH Judicial Circuit of Florida in ami for Dude County to foreclose a mortgage upon the following described real prooerty: i^.t in. Mock 4:'. so .TT LAKE MANOR SECTION SIX. according to the Plat thereof, recorded in Plat li..ok 65, Page 11 of the Public Records of Dade Count). Floi Ida You are reiiulred to file your nn-".%  to plaintiffs complaint with the Clerk of tinaforesaid Court, and serve %  copy thereof upon plaintiff's attornej MARTIN FINE, nth Floor Dade Federal Bldg., Miami 32, Florida not later than May "7th. IMS, or a Decree Pro Confeaao will !><• entered against you. DATED: April 24, 1963. K i: LEATHERMAN, Clerk, circuit Court, l'.ule Count)', Florida (s.-ai) By: c. P. o iPBLAND D.-|iut\ Clerk MARTIN FINE Attorney for Plaintiff nth Floor Dad.Federal Blag. Miami 12, Florida 4/26. s '3 10 17. 24 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the underslKiie.1, desiring to enRuxe in business iiinlei the fictitious name of HARFER-JAY Co LEGAL NOTICE of Dade County. Florida. M. BCH1FF QEORQE, AMES AR1TTER 1160 s.\v. Hi-st Street Miami :i. Florida By: MKKVYN I, AMES Attorneys for Applicant NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVMN thai the undersigned, desiring to aogsge In business under the 'lciltlou* name (not inc.) at| 0 f CK'ERARO JEWELRY STORE 01 Tl~ N.K. lsi Avenue, Miami, Florida intend to registei said name with Ihe clerk of the Circuit Court of Dlule JEAN .!. CICERARI B8TKBAN AI.VA III-"'. S..U i iv. n.-i %  aiLBERT .TOVNti Attorney for Applicants 4U7 Lincoln Roan S 10, 17. 24, '•! 1*. 31. ti, 7 on ''.-7 IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. IN PROBATE No M500-B in RE: Estate of HARRY D. I INBBRU 1 <• • l s. .1 NOTICE TO CREDITORS To All Creditors and All Pel Having Claims or Demands Again*) Said Rstat. Yog i. hereb) notified and required io preaa m any claims and demands which v %  11 ma) have against the state ol HARRY D FINRERH, dereaaed lale -.i Hade County, Florida, Io the Count) Judges "f Dade county, ami fibthe sain, in duplicate and as provided in Section 733 If, i-1. .II.I.I Statutes, in their offices In the County Courthouse in Dade c,.untv. Florida, iilim si\ ralendar months iioin the tinie of the first publication hereof, or the same mil I*barred 11 i,-.l at Miami. Florida, this Sill dv of Mar, A i> r lior.A H FINBERO EDNA i: FINBERO ai "o-Kxe.-utrl. %  %  First publication of this notice on Mtorney, llllery F'. Silv.-i I(ll i;,|, ,| : n ,.i May, IMJ. r.i-..,Mie Bulhlinir. Miami I ARONOVITZ, SILVER & scllKR an.I HI. the oriftinal Ani Attorn.-vs for Co-ExeOUtrlcas so; Alnsley Building Miami ::•-'. Florida ;"iCE BY PUBLICATION IH THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE LEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE C:.NTY. IN CHANCERY. No. 63C5276 "Hi \ SCHREINBR, JR.. 1 v IM'NC \N SCHREINER, •am. SUIT FOR DIVORCE i 'unoaa Bchreiner V. I IO -II I'I,lie, Apt. 9-.I N k, N.'M .i.-r>e>' s r Ih) I 'inn. III S.-hrelner, ar.:n.I that a Kill of Coiui" Divorce has been filed :aln -' i. and >oii are ronillrad t rv < ^ "f \..ur Answer or HeadHill ..f Complaint on the • Sding ill the office of tile i II. un i 'ourt on oi !• %  •ih day of .Inn.-. !!••;::. If do so, Judgment will be llSI lull for tile relief leihe Hill of Complaint. shall be pubnshed once for foui consecutive areeka WISH FLORIDIAN W'l' ORDERED at Miami. 14th day "f M.IN AD. i: VIHKRMAN. CV rk, in i. Dade Count v. I loi Ida K M I.Y.MAN. I', |.iitv Clerk SII.VERMAN • H illdlag Ida Plaintiff 17. 24, s T COUNTY JUDGES COURT '*> 'ND FOR DADE COUNTY, c -ORIDA IN PROBATE No. 59544-A Ii ol • I Via; IN a I. a F'lXKKI.STEIN a k a '•' %  K
  • ('ounl \ i 'out tin.use iii II la. Within -ix alI the time Of the %  in.-n hereof, HI the same %  .i Miami, Florida, tiii< ISth A D. 19*3. RNARD UOLLINOER DAVID QOLLINOER v -Executors n M.IM'T Kxe. n..i s Willlll B. a. h. Ila :, i;. 14, SI, 6 %  It..,., rhlch ItC ..; I t> %  NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVBN thai the undersigned, deelrlng to in business under thi fictitious nnmes of HAY TERRACE and BA1 rKKRACE ASSfK'IATES at IS..0 West w.nue. Miami Beach, Florida, intend I" register sold names "!"''''•' Clark "I 'I'-Circuit (ourt of 1 %  "'• %  County, Florida M \i:\ IN KLEIN RARNETT'H rHARTZ MVItTIN FINK Attorney for Appllcanta Hth floor, Bade Federal Bldg. Miami ::::. Florida 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 4889 EDITH BRADY, Plaintiff, SB* \ s. CHAl'.I.KS IV BILYDY. 1 lefelldallt. SUIT FOR DIVORCE T": CHARLES P. BRADY '.'.'. Meinlola Street Buffalo 16, New York You ciiAUi.Ks r. HK.VIIY are hereb) notified that a Bill of Complaint tor Divorce has boon filed against you, and x.>. B. B. LEATHERMAN, Clerk. Circuit Court, Dade County. Florida (seal) By: L. s. IVIMF:TRO 1'.-|.IIIV Clerk EDWARD HUSAK c/o Engel and Pollack B3 West FlaKler, iUaaii. 11a. Attorney for l'lalntiff 5/10-1.-24-S1 IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY No. 63C 4921 I.IMS AVENDANl I, Plaintiff, vs. JOYCE R. AVKNHANO. Defendant. NOTICE TO DEFEND TO: JOYCE B. AVENDANO 1"21 l.eliinh Street Allcntou n. I'enns) lvaniii YOU ARF: HKHKI1Y NOTIFIED that a bill of complaint has been filed aeain.-i you and you are i. .| n i i .%  1 to serve a copy of your answer or other defensive pleadlnus thereto upon plaintiffs attorney. EUGENE LEMLICH, :•! Se>l.old Building, Miami 32, Florida, and file the oriKlnal thereof in the office of the Clerk of the Circuit Court on or before the ISth day of June. IMS, or a decree pro confesso will l.e entered against you. DATED, this oth day of May, IMS. K. B. LEATHF.RMAN Clerk,of the Circuit Court (Circuit Court Beal) By C. I. ALEXANDER •"• 10, IT. -M. T.l IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. IN PROBATE No. 45042A IN RE: Estate of M. M. Ci iiii-.x Deceased. NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE APPLICATION FOR DISTRIBUTION AND FINAL DISCHARGE NOTICE ihereb) given that we have filed our F'inal Reporl and Petition for Distribution ami Final I'ischarge as Co-Executors of the ootati of M. M. COHEN, deceased, and thai on the Bill day of June, IMS, will apply to the Honorable County Judges of Dade County. Fiorida. for approval of said F'inal Report and for distribution and final discbari;.as CoExecutors of the estate of the abovenamed decedent This loth day of May, IMS. MIAMI BKACH 1'IRST NATIONAL BANK By Dannie P. I lum BBTMOUR J. SIMON SKYMOCR j. SIMO.N, Attorney 301 Ainsky Building Miami 3'.'. MorliU '. M, IT. U, 31 IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL C.RCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY No. 63C 4907 JOSEPHINE ARROYO ALICE*, Plaintiff, vs. GILBERT ALICI-:A, Defendant. NOTICE OF PUBLICATION TO: GILBERT AL1CEA o/o Camilla Ali.-ea SS7S Amsterdam Avenue New York City. Ne York You ar. liir.li> notified tbut a Complaint for Divorce has been filed against you, and >ou are her.-by required to serve a copy of your aganver to th.Coniplalnl on the lialiiti/f's attorney. LESTER ROOER8, whoso address i> I'^l N.W. llth Street. Miami, Florida, and file the original of vour Answer In the office of (he Clerk of the Eleventh Judicial circuit in and for Dade County, Florida, on or before ISth day of June. IMS, in default of Which the Complaint will be taken as confessed by you. Dated this 6th day of May, IMS i: B. LEATHERMAN Clerk of the Cil cull • "ourt B) C. L. ALEXANDER :. |il, 17. 84. SI NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE is HERF:BY UI\F:N thut the undersigned, desiring to engage IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY No. 63C S932 THE WII.I.IAMSBlRiill SAVINBS BANK Plaintiff, RICH ARD D. MORGAN et ux. el al I'. -f.-ndant. NOTICE OF SUIT TO: RICHARD I' MORGAN and ANN s MORUAN his wile. RESIDENCE UNKNOWN II alive and if dead, the unknown h. irs. devisees, grantees, assignees, li.-nors. ei editors, trustees "' %  othei claimants claiming by, through, under or against the above named defendants. You are lu-r.-by notified that the above cautioned action lias been instituted against you In the liicult Court of the Eleventh Judicial Circuit of F'lorida In and for Dade County to foreclose a mortgage upon the following described real property: Ixit 16, In block S, of FIRST AllDITH>N TO CAROL CITY', according to the l'lat thereof, recorded in Plat li.Mjk 60 at I'uge 1 of the Public Records of Dade County. F'lorida. You are required to file your answer to plaintiff's complaint with the Cl.-rk of the aforesaid Court, and serve a copy th. reof upon plaintllf'H attorney, MARTIN FINK. 14tli Floor I hole Federal Bldg.. Miami SS, FlorIN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. IN PROBATE No. 58*070-B In RE: Estate of JOSEPH V. DAVIDSON I 'ecease.i. NOTICE OF PP^SATE THE STATE OF FLORIDA. TO Al.l. PERSONS LMr.HKSTED IN THE ESTATE OF SAID DECEDENT.. You are hereby notified thai a written instrument purporting to l th" List will and t.staiii.ni of said decedent lias been admitted to probate in said Court. You are hereb) commanded within six calendar months from the date ..f the first, publication of this notice" to appear in said tlourl and show cause, if any you can. why the action of said curt In ftdmltttlng said will to probate shoui'l not stand unrevoked. HON. FRANK B. DOWLINO County Judge By MELBA C. DICK ROBERT SCOTT KAUFMAN Attorn.-y 1408 Alnsley Buildiug Miami S3, Florida First publication of this notice on the 101 h day ot Ha)'. IMS, :. i". IT. M, ::i 17, '-'l in business under the fictitious name. 1)|a no tatef ln ul Junv x ., th ,,„,. ,, r of KRAMER REALTY at 860 Wtn „ 1( ,. t 1( .,, i .,o Confesso will be nterSt., Miami Beach 41, Florida, Intends ^ .,..,,„,., .. OUi to register said name with the Clerk DATED: Ma) '.'. 1S. of the Circuit Court of l'ad. loiint). K '"" ,,;i MITCHBL KRAMER HW, r 5/10. IT. K, II NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVBN thai ih,undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of II1NTI:R SI'BAY SERVICE al Miami. Dade County Intends i" res stei F:. B. LEATHERMAN Clerk of the Circuit Court B) C. P. COPELAND Deputy ti.rk MARTIN FINK Attorne) for l'lalntiff nth Floor Dade Federal Bldg. Miami :::.'. Floi Ida B I". IT. 2i. ni ...ni NOTICE UNDER FICT.TIOUS NAME LAW \, iTICE is HEREBY <*l\ IN Diat the mi.), mlgned desiring to ens In business under the HrtRI-ms names of AFFROVRD TAN CONS1 LTANTS. APPROVED TAX SKRVICK at.8.4 \ ii-.H, street, N'orth Miami. Florin, mtends to registei said names with ih.cU-rk of Circuit l ourt County, Florida ,,,..-., ,. n SCHWARTZ HENRY A KAMI' ii'ii Washington Ave.. Miami Beach. Fla Attorneys foi APPROY ED TAX CONSULTANTS f Made :'.l NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HKRKBY GIVEN thai tinundersigned, desiring to engage Xri^iinderthencUtlousnam, i WINDSOR TA\ l.BN at 5.HS i. Miami. Florida, mi .,,i,l nami with the nil Court Pi Dad. un.with the chik of the Clr,-L.it curt oi Dade County, "orl'hi. ALBERT VBANA HNTERPRIBEd, INC. By: Albert Vrana. President Aloii,iVltB, Silver .X Seller Attorneys for Applicant Alnsle) Building NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY No. 63C 4820 ELAINE JONES, Plaintiff, IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CiRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY No. 63C 4832 ROBERT I'.M'ST. Plaintiff, SYLVIA FAUST, Defendant. NOTiCE OF SUIT TO: SYLVIA 1'AIST Residence Unknown Y'll' ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED that a Complaint for Divorce has been nl.d against you iu the Circuit Court in and for Dade County. Florida, and you are required to serve a copy of your Answer or Pleading to the Complaint on Hie Plaintiff's Attorneys. SIMON, HAYS fc liRCNNBWERO. :tm Alnsley Building, Miami SS, F'lorida, on or before the l?th 'ia> Of .inn.-. IMS. if you fall t" do ". a Decree Pro Confess., will be filed against you for the relief demanded in the Complaint. Dated at Miami. Dad.County. Florida, this 3rd da) Of May, lStiS. F:. B. LtCATHBRMAi Clerk Circuit Court. Dade County (Circuit Court Beat) B: M CAVALARIS SIMON. HAYS QRl'NDWERO Attorneys for Plaintiff :mi Alnsley Building Miami it. F...,i..a ujn IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY No. 63C 4781 Till: WlLLILAMSBCRC.il SAVINGS BANK Plaintiff, UI :, 3-10-17-24 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE is HEREBY OIVKN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious names of v.olde Print Shoppe; % %  old.i"tsel Shoppe: Y. Olde Mlmeogranh StH>PSe liSSTiS Coral Wa>. Mann i... i.|,, .l to registei said nain. s uiili' the Clerk of the Circuit t ourl of li.i.l.• i 'ount). Floi I da. CHARLES M. FltKEFIFILD MARIAN FRKKFil'.l.l'^ i: M Sth str. register the ( II i'i mis to Clerk of Count). ''''""'"iiM -RI.-F: MMS.'NVII.I.I: Owner Ki'ssl.l i: .x OARS attorneys for Applicant '.. H \\ lsi SI Miami, Floi i". 17, NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY '.l\ h the undersigned, desiring t f„ buslnoss undei the riclltlmis name o MANUFACTI'RERS cl.tnillNi. (.I'll I'I" STORES, at 1'ade tounty, i 1a intenda to register %  *"] With the Cl.rk of the .„,!,. County, Fi "•„._, JOSEPH s BROW \ i l". I of fJRII F 1. JONES, Defendant. SUIT FOR DIVORCE You are hereby notified that B BUJ of Complaint for Divorce has been filed agalnsi you, and you are required io serve a copy of your Answer or Pleading to th.Bill of Complain) on th.Plaintiff's attorney, WALTER B. LBBOWITZ, ESQ., 701 I'ir.-t street. Miami Bea.ii. Florida and file the original Answer nr Pleading In the office of th.Clerk of the Circuit Court on or before the ISth day of June, IMS if you fail tO do so. juilgm.nl b) default will be taken against you for tile relief demanded in the Bill i i 'omplalnt. DONE AND ORDERED at Miami. I irlda, Hiis ..ni da) ol Ma). Al >. .. ISSS. „ K B LEATHERMAN. Clerk.. 'Clrculi Conn. Dads County, Florida I Circuit Courl Seal) By: K M LYMAN, Deput) Clerk w \ I. in: 11, LEBOWITZ, ESVI ; %  i %  %  -1 Miami r I orlds Attorne) foi Plaintiff : %  [0, IT. :\. SI name Cult 17, TI "i VS. F.I.I.A MAE WFII.ANII. a single woman 11, f. ii. hint. NOTICE OF SUIT TO: ELLA MAF: WE|LAND, a Single W( man B.i' Bo.x :'.l Hondo, Abba ma You ar.hereb) notified that the above captioned action has been in~iiitii.il agalnsi you In the circuit Court of the Eleventh Judicial Circuit of Florida in and for Dade County in lor,-, los. a mortgage upon tho following described real iiroaorty: Lot li, Block J. ci TI.I.KI; RUXiE SECTION THREE, according to the Bin thereof, n i orded in Plat I'.ook ".T. at Page 83, of ihe Public Records of Dane County, Florida together with Tub and Shower Enclosure, Welbill B In Oven ft Range .ni.' .:.'ii Range Hood W Fan. Hoi Water Heater, Venetian Blinds You ale re.|iijr.d to file your answei to plaintiff's conydalnl with the Clerk of th.aforesaid Court, and serve a cop) thereof upon plaintiffs at torn.-.: MARTIN FINK. I lib Floor l iade l-' .I.al Bldg., Miami ::.'. Florida, not later than June I Sth. IMS, or a Decree Pro Confesso will h. .nt. r.-d against you l inted: Ma) -. %  i: B i i: ITHERMAN Clerk of Ihe i "Ircull • 'ourt B) C. P. "HKl.AND Deput) • "Ii k MARTIN FINE Attorne) for Plain' Iff Mil. I i Dad. I-. deral Bldg Miami ::.' Florida :l. 31



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    Began in 1927?
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    -v. 63, no. 20 (May 18, 1990).
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    Miami, Fla
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    May 17, 1963

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

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

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    "elewish Floridlian
    Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY
    Voiiune 36 Number 20
    Miami, Florida, Friday, May 17, 1963
    Two Sections Price 20c
    Israel to Build Up
    Border Security
    JERUSALEM(JTAThe Knesset. Israel's Parliament, adopted
    n Ml/ on this week calling upon the Israel Government to strengthen
    the deterrent power of the country's armed forces and to increase the
    secUlit) of the border settlements, in the light of the renewed Arab
    threats gainst Israel and the tense ------------------------------------------
    situatioi in the Middle East.
    The 'solution was adopted fol-
    lowing, a speech by Prime Min-
    ister avid Ben-Gurion which
    come fed the debate on Israel's
    foreicr oolicy, started last week.
    The aeli Prime Minister said
    that b< ared President Kennedy's
    desin at expresad at his press
    confer' I in Washington last Wed
    nesda; to halt the arms race In
    the Vn le Bast. However. Mr.
    Ben-Gui m added, as long as the
    I nite. States and the Soviet Union
    cannot Chieve concerted action
    about t Middle East situation,
    and af ing as the U.S. is unable
    10 h;. i flow of Soviet arms to
    Kgypl I other Arab States, the
    lialtu. the arms race in the
    C: 'tinoed on Page 16-A
    Racial Flare-Up
    Brings Rabbis
    To Birmingham
    GREENFIELD PARK. NY. -
    (JTA) A proposal that the Rab-
    binical Assembly of America, cen-
    tral body of Conservative rabbis,
    sponsor a Jewish commentary on
    the whole of the Bible was made
    at 63rd annual convention of the
    organization.
    Dr. Bernard Mandelbaum. pro-
    vost of the Jewish Theological
    Seminary of America, described
    such a commentary as the first I
    Continued on Page 9-A
    Adlai E. Stevenson (center), U.S. Ambassador to the United
    Nations, will receive the American Jewish Committee's Amer-
    ican Liberties Medalion at the Committee's 56th annual meet-
    ing, starting May 16 for three days at the Hotel Commodore,
    New York City, it was announced by Morris B. Abram (right),
    annual meeting chairman. Ambassador Stevenson will be
    honored at the Saturday night dinner "for exceptional ad-
    vancement of the principles of human liberty." A. M. Sonna-
    bend (left), industrialist of Boston, is president of the American
    Jewish Committee, and will deliver the annual report on the
    Committee's human relations program at home and abroad.
    Soviets Say
    Nuclear Funds
    In Germany
    LONDON (JTA) West Ger-
    many has allocated 30,000,000
    Jeuteschmarks ($7,500,000) "to fi
    nance atomic experiments in Is-
    rael." and joint work is now un-
    der way between West German
    and Israeli specialists "creating
    I nuclear weapons," Pravda, official
    organ of the Communist Party of
    i the USSR, charged, according to
    reports from Moscow published ir,
    the London press.
    Refraining to mention the fact
    that German scientists are at
    Continued on Page S-A
    Outstanding
    Citizens are
    Named Here
    Israeli Released on Bail
    By Swiss Government
    i aSLE, Switzerland(JTA)Joseph Ben Gal, the alleged "secret
    gent .' r Israel, under arrest here since Mar. 2 on a charge of having
    threat* Bed the daughter of a German scientist at work on the Egyptian
    progri (Of development of non conventional weapons aimed at Israel.
    was n -. >ed on bail here Monday. ,
    Jeanne (Mrs. Jay) Levey and
    Mitchell Wolfsoii were named Dade
    I County's Outstanding Citizens as
    I the 1 tt 11 annual awards coordin-
    ated by Sholem Lodge of B'nai
    B'rith were presented at a lunch-
    ! eon at the Everglades Hotel on
    'Tuesday '
    Algerian Premier Joins
    Nasser in Asking for
    'Declaration of War'
    PARIS (JTA) Egypt's President Nasser and Algerian Prim.
    Minister Ahmed Ben Bella issued a joint communique in Algiers this
    week, pledging the two countries to "liberate" Palestine from 'im
    perialism" and "colonialism."
    The statement, released iust be-
    ,fore the Egyptian ruler completed
    Mrs. Levey ias honoredjor her hls ||V1. ,,.,v state visi, tt) lho oap.
    ital of Algeria, called also for re-
    covery oi "all the rights of the
    Palestinian Arab Republic."
    dream of many years" which saw
    in 1962 the opening of a Parkin
    son disease foundation here.
    Wolf son was cited for "vol-
    untary activities which have
    Continued on Page 5-A
    A statement issued by the pres-
    ident The Basle Criminal Court
    declare* ; "Israeli citizen Joseph
    r.en-G; detained on charges of
    coercM was released on bail and
    certain other conditions, while
    await.-; his trial, to begin June
    in."
    Nei~r the prosecutor here,
    nor Dr.' George Brunschwig, Ben-
    Gal's i-'orrtey, would reveal the
    natuf of the "certain condi-
    tions Mr. Brunschwig's only
    ccmmii in reply to a question
    by th Jewish Telegraphic Agen-
    cy ws: "The bail set for Ben-
    Gal is eerfectly normal for the
    case. and is not excessive by
    any frja-ns."
    Mr I .inschwig had applied lor
    Ben Gf release on bail over the
    meeker... after the Swiss Govern-
    ment h.' announced it had refused
    to permit his extradition to West
    German; lo establish whether he
    had part cipnted In threatening the
    lite i: nother German scientist
    employ< on the Nasser armament
    pro^rs
    V- as Ben-Gal was rclcas-
    inuedon Pa,ge 16-A
    Mind/in in Israel
    By LEO MINDLIN
    Strong Named
    Iraq Ambassador
    WASl INGTON (JTA1 Pres
    ident Kennedy appointed Robert
    C Stro: ; to be the new American
    Ambassador to Iraq. Mr. Strong
    is now the director of the Office
    of Ne.: Eastern Affairs of the
    State Dtpartment. He served pre
    vious'y In Syria.
    EN ROUTE TO ISRAELThe
    El Al plane rose at 9 p.m., and
    it was absolutely dark outside
    at Idelwild. Before my
    watch read 2 p.m., the
    sun was shining again.
    For a man of my strict
    scientific training, this
    certainly proves that
    the world is round
    although I don't quite
    know why.
    My trip to Israel has
    therefore proved in-
    structive from the
    very start. But take
    another one in point.
    At about 4:30 a.m., New York
    time, the sun out now full blast
    to encourage the serving of
    breakfast, we Mew across the
    magnificent, snow-capped Swiss
    Alps. Far below, they seemed
    innocent enough, neither high
    nor unconquerable.
    Yet history has certainly
    taught m otherwise. And,
    apart from the challenge I then
    recalled they have posed for
    climbers throughout the ages,
    indeed claiming many lives of
    heroic men bent on reaching
    the top of one peak or another.
    I also relived the moment in
    the chronicle of European oc
    nirrenee that brought Hanmbcl
    across them that tcrntied Atilla
    the Hun, and that halted Hit-
    ler before he ever thought of
    moving his armored might
    against their inpene-
    trable forests of stone.
    Thus the Alps. But
    what are Alps to us
    Jews, who for two
    millenia dreamed of
    restoration from exile,
    and who have now
    achieved restoration,
    mainly largely to shun
    if
    At precisely these
    most intimate thoughts.
    I turned away from
    snow-capped magnificent
    to complete my breakfast tray.
    And there it all wasbagels,
    cream cheese and lox, gaining
    ascendancy over nature and
    Europe's past to prove that
    nothing changes under the sun.
    Hours later, now landed, and
    temporarily installed in a hotel
    outside of-Tel Aviv. I type these
    words on a lawn covered with
    Americans, who are busily en-
    gaged in discussing their former
    trips to Europe, the sports
    ears in which they have made
    the trips, and their continental
    itineraries tomorrow.
    As for me, tomorrow I shall
    escape them to begin seeing
    Israel.
    The wording of that part of
    the communique dealing with
    ! "Palestine" was similar to the
    clauses against Israel adopted
    last month in Cairo, when Egypt,
    Iraq and' Syria agreed to form
    a new United Arab Republic
    Federation.
    The French Foreign Ministry
    minimized the significance of the
    Egyptian Algerian communique,
    which, it was agreed, read like a
    "declaration of war" against Is-
    i rael. French sources contended
    that the fact that the only unity
    , reached between Algeria and
    Egypt in connection with Nasser's
    visit was "the vocal unity of an
    anti-Israel declaration" demon-
    strated that the two countries were
    still "far apart" and did not rep
    resent a serious danger.
    The French paper L'Aurr.re cal-
    led upon President de Gaulle "not
    'even to consider visiting Algeria
    i while a friendly country, Israel, is
    ! openly attacked and to deny
    that any such a visit was even be
    , ing planned.'-
    France Arrests
    Gestapo Agent
    PARIS (JTA) Jean Bar
    bier, one of this country's last un-
    arrested war criminals, who had
    ' been sentenced to death in ab
    | sentia after Frances's liberation
    I following World War II. was ar
    rested in Marseilles this week on
    charges of murdering Jews.
    Among the charges are the
    murder of three Jewish children,
    the brothers Cohen, whom he
    threw into the Iser River from a
    bridge in the center of Grenoble,
    only a few days before the city
    was liberated from the German
    occupation army. He is also ac
    euserl of having personally shot
    12 Jews whom he had found hid
    ing on the outskirts of Grenoble.
    A member of the Gestapo, al
    though a Frenchman, Barbier di>
    appeared after the liberation, ap
    parently hiding among the re-
    treating Germans. It has been
    discovered, however, that he re-
    trned to Grenoble about 10 years
    ago. hiding under a false name.
    Liberal Party Candidate in
    Bid to be Israel President
    JERUSALEM(JTA)Dr. Peretz Bernstein. ;. leading Parlia-
    mentary member of the Liberal Party, and former Minister of Com-
    merce and Industry in two of Israel s Cabinets, was nominated last
    weekend to the Presidency, as successor to the late Itzhak Ben-Zvi.
    He will run opposite Schneur Zalinan Shazar. previously nominated
    by the Mapai Party. Voting on the election of the next President of
    Israel is scheduled to be held in the Kneset. by secret ballot, on
    May 21. The election of Mr. Shazar is believed certain on the first
    ballot. However, the nomination of Mr. Bernstein was filed as a
    protest against the alleged monopoly'' on high governmental posts
    held-by the Mapai Party.


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    Page 2-A
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    Friday. May 17. 1963
    Jewish Family and Childrens Agency
    Expands Homemaker Service Program
    -* PimJ* aarf ChOdm s MLiitw aatf coevalt wenee "
    :* has "' tkat it is Ilnoirmtrrr "rmrr it tin n'
    hag iU proem* of Beit able to meet the need? of Ike a?ing
    Sernee aad wii taipkir dorag similar periods of crisis or
    staff ob a part-ttae. as- wnr$*ocy
    IS on. of
    that tt> 'o-
    ciH<^f can ws* te
    .-ee it ** 'wyothor Our-
    ex'-'Qtfi acve crisis cro-
    Oy iWwu,
    "TWs will W an apatrur>rry
    MM *o oorvi a parMfma
    t| >Wh porttcioxftno, in a
    iwwch widd and pnatVft^ com-
    Mk) PHsher.
    Leoa D Pfeaaer. enevtrre
    tar. otee as aa euaaaae Mr? L
    a sack igaaaa. has three mall
    tMUr*- At the r-sk of iapesia*
    fcer already poor beaHh. Mrs L
    a oeeoeo oper-
    e vas afraid to
    Jei-e her c*^--t- -r-.ta ttraafer?
    eaocera over her aaaMrty o
    pUas for the care of the
    daacericg her health The ii
    ictec JFCS and the ease^ork-
    Cr tmnr*^ for a hoaaeaaker to
    t* asstfaed to the home "
    F.*er couur-ied- "the hod"
    ar.aker was a raan-re and capahk
    socnaa *ith innrirWihl* expen-
    eace ha home management and
    child care. She H relieve
    Mrs. L of ber respocsdjilnies and
    omes. In the mother's absence,
    the homemaker plained the meals
    took charge of the household rou-
    tine dealt ith the children's anxi-
    eties, and kept things run
    thrv during the mother's bos-
    Co/ors Exchanged
    The 324th General Hospital.
    VsAR, and the University of Mi-
    em i formally exchanged colors
    curjig a special ceremony Wed
    resday evening at Kings Bay
    Country Club. The special cere-
    rr.or;., Bnl Of :-i kind in Florida.
    leW hen a parent orgar.iza-
    wishes to sponsor a military
    The ptimai; ooahficarkm?
    agency hamiaiahen are expen-
    eace as hoaae uimogi WHi'Wt and the
    care ef t%al*i 11 and or the aeed.
    -. adaataxj to peraaaal aoahties of
    Tiatarity .warmth, a eeuuiiA Urine
    peapte. and ac ability to use
    ufaffiaiiil papernsaon.
    Persons interested in further in-
    formation re^i-ling that program,
    or m applying tc the agency for a
    part-tune positive as a bomemaker
    can write to Mrs. Florence Sine
    homemaker supervisor. Jew i s h
    Family and Children's Service 35
    VE TO -" -~:
    Jewish Family and Chile-
    Service is a professional social
    casework agency offering farr.J>
    cocr HU care and
    a specialized program of serv-.ce-
    to the agmg It is supported
    tnrough the Greater Miami Jewish
    Federation and the Dade County
    L'nited Fund.
    Red Cross to Hear Sec'y of Commerce
    Luther H Hod>5. United States
    Seer^ary of Commerce. tU be
    guerf .peaker at the aanual Red
    Cross dmner aaeeucg to be held
    Fndav 7 p.m.. at the Everglades
    Hotel Sen. Spessard L Holland
    mil fry down from UTashingtoa to
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    Fred H. BiDups i* chairman the meeting which will ire.
    election of new board member n
    2nd recognition of thi> year's
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    M E. E!hs. chairman of the
    heard. preside at the meet,
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    JWV Auxiliary Metis
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    met last Wednesday evening at
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    Loan Assn. Mrs. Ro-=e Spielberg.
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    Friday. May 17, 1963
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    ADL Refuses Request For Apology
    Mr. and Mrs. Louis Alweiss and sons, Ira and Allan, stand
    under the flower bedecked canopy on the pulpit of Temple
    Zamora with the 300-year-old Torah they will present to the
    Temple on Sunday, May 26.
    New York Congregation as well
    as to Yeshivas in New York.
    He has donated a new Torah
    cover, silver breastplate, silver
    and gold crown and silver pointer.
    Guest speakers will include Rab-
    bis David Shapiro, past president
    of the Rabbinical Assn.; Morton
    Malavsky of Israelite Center;
    Harold Richter of Dade Heights
    Jewish Center, and Hershel Brooks
    of Temple Zamora.
    Alweiss Donates
    Ancient Torah
    To Zamora Temple
    Mr. and Mrs. Louis Alweiss are
    donating a 300-year-old Torah to
    Temple Zamora and Siyum Ha-
    torah will be held at the Temple
    on Sunday, May 26, at 3 p.m.
    The Torah was originally do-
    nited to a congregation in New
    York by the father of Alweiss. In
    order to regain his father's Torah
    Alweiss made contributions to the
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    Members of the committee are
    Joseph Ostrie, chairman. Rabbi
    Hershel Brooks, Arthur Deutsch,
    Lester Shapiro, Hilbert Leavitt
    and Samuel Miller.
    Stial Singles 'Wife Club'
    B'nai B'rith Social Singles is
    sponsoring a night club affair for
    single adults from 35 to 53 on Sat-
    urday night in the Ivory Tower
    of the Saxony Hotel.
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    The Anti-Defamation League
    has responded tp_Mrs. Chjjrlcs_B.
    Magrill, advisor of the Miami
    Junior Woman's Club, who had
    taken issue with the League's ex-
    posure of the citation of the club
    as having endorsed anti-Semitic
    testimony before the United States
    Senate.
    To Mrs. Magrill's charge that
    the League was confusing anti-
    Semitism with anti-Communism
    ADL director, Nate Perlmutter
    declared that he was "frankly bor-
    ed by and dubious of the alleged
    anti-Communism of self-styled pa-
    triots." He referred to FBI Chief
    J. Edgar Hoover's advice that
    "Both Hitler and Mussolini were
    against Communism. However it
    was by what they stood for, not
    against, that history judged them."
    Perlmutter drew attention to the
    ADL's credentials in the fight
    against Communism by citing the
    plaudits the B'nai B'rith agency
    has received from J. Edgar Hoov-
    er, President Harry S. Truman.
    President Dwight D. Eisenhower
    pnd President John F. Kennedy.
    Reminding Mrs. Magrill of their
    unanswered letters in which the
    Anti-Defamation League stipulat-
    ed the use of the Miami Junior
    Woman's Club by anti-Semites,
    l'ermutter asked Mrs. Magrill:
    "Assume, if you would, that in.
    the official transcript of a com-
    mittee of the United State Sen-
    ate, an organization, the officers
    of which included men of accom-
    plishment, charged Christian-
    ity and the churches of America
    with undermining our ration and
    with selfishly gathering gold in
    their hands notwithstanding
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    mental libel of Christianity. Mas
    irserted into the record as be-
    ing endorsed by your good self
    and by the Miami Junior Wom-
    an's Club.
    "Assume finally that along estab-
    lished and honored Christian or-
    ganization inquired of you as to|
    whether you did in fact endorse'
    this cruel lie. Would you not an-
    swer? Even, a cursory, 'No'? I|
    suspect that you would respond.!
    But neither you nor the aforemen-1
    tioned la.lies responded to our in-!
    quiries ba*ed on the identical cir-1
    cumstances involving Jews."
    The ADL letter expressed sym-l
    pathy with Mrs. Magrill for the j
    alleged defamatory calls she had
    been receiving as a result of the
    publicity attending the exposure
    Of the Club's endorsements. The
    ADL expressed its regret and con !
    tinned:
    i>""Waaj ij
    ". because evil talk about
    Zionists, Jews, Papists, and so
    on have gone unchallenged for ,
    so long by so many reputable
    people, because respectable peo-
    ple have not seen fit to condemn,
    (or to disavow) group libels,
    persons who are not so reputable
    have imagined a kind of social
    sanction for their more bellicose
    bigotry. If their betters car be
    cited as believing the ghost
    Story of a Zionist conspiracy un-
    dermining our nation, is it any
    wonder that these lowbrow hood-
    lums act on the basis of this
    fearsome fiction?
    "I am not engaging in academic
    speculation. My observations are
    not unrelated to the act of cross-
    burning, or of stealing into Bay
    Point under cover of night and
    placing a bomb by the home of
    a newspaper editor. It happen
    Also, I invite you to my office and
    I will reveal to you the letters an*
    the calls which untold numbers of
    Jews receive from this element.
    And, at the risk of melodrama, I
    would remind you that the myths
    about Zionist conspiracies whea
    not labeled as nonsense by re**
    spectable people, when not dis-
    avowed by nice people, have, in
    history, (modern history, need I
    add?) resulted in more discom-
    forting hardships than a call or a
    letter."
    Mrs. Magrill had demanded of.
    the ADL an apology for its news-
    letter's references to the Junic p
    Woman's Club and the Liberty-
    Lobby which had inserted the anti-
    Semitic testimony in the recorr;
    of the U.S. Senate Finance Com-
    mittee.
    The ADL has not apologized.
    Youth Group
    Given Charter
    Ruach Yeshurun, youth group cE
    Temple Adalh Yeshurun, has re-
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    L'nited Synagogue Youth.
    Officers are Ricci Katz, pre--
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    The group conducts Friday ever
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    Center Schedules Pilot Program
    Aimed at Emphasizing 'Prime Life' Role
    A pilot program of family life
    education is being beamed at men
    and women in their thirties and <
    forties by the Greater Miami Jew-1
    ish Community Center. Called I
    "Meeting the Challenge of the
    Prime t-f Life.'" the service will j
    take the form of a series of four
    1. clure-discussions, beginning on
    Monday evening. May 20, accord-
    ing to Herschel Rosenthal, pres-
    ident of the Miami Branch, which j
    is serving as host for the program.'
    "Instead of placing the usual em-1
    phails on the problems of raising j
    children, it will come to grips with
    the concerns of adults as individ I
    uals rather than as parents," Ros-
    enthal said. "The approach is j
    based on the recognition that this'
    is the stage in life when people,
    are beginning to reevaluate their '
    goals and values, and need the op-1
    portunity to examine the chal-'
    lenges, potentials and problems j
    that they face."
    A maximum of 40 men and
    women will be enrolled. If addi-
    tional enrollments are received
    they will be accommodated at a
    follow-up series. The Center <
    plans to continue this type of
    program for as long as there are
    interested individuals in the com-
    munity who wish to take advan-
    tage of it.
    Dr. Tvan Katz. psychiatrist, will
    bo the guest lecturer tor the open-
    ing se -:on scheduled to begin this
    Monday night. May 20th. The
    program, which wlM begin at 8:15
    p.m., ii open to those who have
    officially registered.
    The subject of the session to
    be Addressed by Dr. Katx is
    "What is Success: Money, Status,
    Work, Home?" Dr. Kati, who
    is int.private practice, also srves
    on the faculty of the University
    of Miami Medical School and as
    Director of Psychiatric Services
    for the Monurari Clinical
    School.
    The questions that will be dis
    cussed at tin- ipening session arc
    a> follows: HV do people judge
    whether they are accomplishing
    their' -oals in life: By financial
    success/! Security? Material com-
    forts, such a- home, clothing, <
    lertajnjnent, I > these
    em happier? D
    the;, tflv aj I m in ? Is il a
    oi Could !'
    live -happil) '
    moi A happj n
    expi to be v h m
    die and of present earning
    c apj city "
    the future, for their chil
    and themselves, or do they live
    mainly for.today? For the man:
    is the career what it was hoped
    to be? For the woman: is home-
    making satisfying? Is the reality
    of their accomplishment a source
    of pride or disillusionment? Do
    they feel respected and necessary?
    Does life continue to hold new
    challenges? How can people re-
    evaluate their roles in life and
    find new meanings and directions?
    The program will be conducted
    on successive Monday nights
    from 8:15 to 10:15 p.m. The sub-
    jects selected and the guest lec-
    turer for each subject will be as
    follows:
    May 27, "Do the Varieties of So-
    cial Life Contribute to One's Ful-
    fillment?" Dr. Murray Heiken,
    clinical psychologist.
    June 3, "How Can You Continue
    to Feel Physically Alive?" Dr. M.
    Eugene Flipse, professor of preven-
    tive medicine. University of Mi-
    ami.
    June 10, "How Important are
    Other Interests in Life Besides
    Work and Family?" Dr. Charles G.
    Werner, associate professor of
    philosophy, University of Miami.
    At each session, following the
    lecture, there will be a group dis-
    cussion period. Discussion leaders
    will be Jeannette B. Schwartz, di-
    rector of Family Life Education,
    and Emanuel Tropp. associate di-
    rector of the Center.
    The following are serving as
    sponsors of the program: Mr. and
    Mrs. Stanley Spieler, Mr. and Mrs.
    Herschel Rosenthal, Dr. and Mrs.
    F.manul Pushkin, Mr. and Mrs.
    Maxwell Waas .and Dr. and Mrs.
    .lack Amazon.
    Ben Clein Chairman*
    Beth Am Keys Retreat
    Max Raskin, president of the
    Beth Am Brotherhood, announces
    that Ben Clein. vice president of
    Beth Am Brotherhood, has been
    designated as housing chairman
    for the retreat to be held in the
    Keys on May 24, 25 and 26. spon-
    sored by the Southeast Federation
    of Temple Brotherhood.
    Seminars and study sessions
    will be conducted by local and
    visting rabbis, and time has been
    set aside for recreational activi-
    ties.
    Reservations may be made at
    Beth Am office.
    DR. tVAH KATZ
    Car Wash Sunday
    Youth group of Temple Adath
    Yeshurun is sponsoring a car
    wash on Sunday, May 26, from 10
    a.m. to 3 p.m., in back of the tem-
    ple.
    Hias Elects Gordon To National Board
    Jack D. Gordon, a founder and
    president of the Washington Fed-
    eral Savings and Loan Assn. of
    Miami Beach, has been elected to
    the board of directors of United
    Hias Service, the worldwide Jew-
    ish migration agency.
    Gordon, who lives at 48 Palm
    Ave., Palm Island, is a member
    of the executive committee and
    chairman of the budget commit-
    tee of the Greater Miami Jewish
    Federation. Last year, he was
    appointed housing finance con-
    sultant for the agency for interna-
    tional development of the State
    Department, which has required
    his presence on Aid Missions in
    Costa Rica and Honduras.
    He has also acted as observer
    for Ambassador Moscoso, director
    of the Alliance for Progress, at
    the United Nations seminar on
    housing programs and statistics
    held in Copenhagen, Denmark, in
    Sept., 1962.
    United Hias Service has aided
    more than three million migrants
    and refugees during the past 79
    years. In 1962, the agency help-
    ed 51.900 persons, of whom 9,300
    were given migration assistance,
    to establish new homes in the
    United States, Canada. Brazil.
    France and Australia. They came
    from Eastern and Western Eurooe.
    Cuba, Egypt. North Africa and the
    Far and Middle East.
    Outstanding
    Citizens are
    Named Here
    Continued from Page 1-A
    helped in many areas to stimu-
    late economic expansion in Dade
    County and whose civic ac-
    tivities include serving as chair-
    man of Miami's Parking Author-
    ity."
    Joseph M. Lipton made the pres-
    entations. He is president of Dade
    Federal Savings and Loan Associ-
    ation, patron of the awards.
    Judges were George Beebe, man-
    aging editor of The Miami Herald.
    Fred K. Shochet. publisher of The
    Jewish Floridian, and Ralph Ren-
    ick, vice president and newscaster
    for WTVJ.
    Also presented with an Honorary
    Outstanding Citizen's plaque was
    Sanford Swerdlin. president of Sho-
    lem lodge and chairman of the
    awards committee. Robert M.
    Morgan, chairman of the Outstand-
    ing Citizens Alumni group made
    the presentation.
    Label Katz. international pres-
    ident of B'nai B'rith. flew here
    from New York to keynote the
    presentation.
    Katz told of the organization's
    work since its inception and the
    necessity for continuation along
    parallel lines in the current try-
    ing times of "striving to under-
    stand your fellow man," and that
    "greater thinking could lead to the
    iiiuch sought alter peace of man
    and nation."
    Soviets Say
    Nuclear Funds
    In Germany
    Continued from Page 1-A
    work for the Egyptian Govern
    ment on missile and jet projects
    to use nor.conveniional warheads
    against Israel. Pravda alleged
    also that West Germany and Israel
    hare intelligence data from the
    Arab states, coordinating these
    spying' activities" in a center
    located in West Germany.
    According to Pravda, that "fact"
    had been brought to light at a
    "number of trials in the United
    Arab Republic of Israeli spies'
    The newspaper also claimed that
    West Germany is trying to pene-
    trate Arab markets, and stated:
    "If more prooi of Bonn's 'sym-
    pathy* "for i. Ual> struggle Is
    needed, we car point to the con-
    stant 'unlit ar ai I to the aggres-
    sive quarters in Israel."
    According to Pravda. Germany
    furnished Israel with "important
    strategic good-" in the course of
    meeting Bonn- obligations under
    the Israeli- : .iv Reparations
    Agreement, and "many Israeli of
    ficers were iramed in West Ger-
    many."
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    * Jmitf fhrkfor
    Friday. May 17 1953
    1
    Include Miami in Jewish School Study
    NEW YORK J1K \ **m4
    .-:
    *< GH*ea B
    >e gap betweea M
    i.r-
    -
    .ere ^as prepared by the
    -ocsaoon far Jwoi ]
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    *r Bmm, Bwftal*. Cixaa*
    CltiiUK. Ce w-r&fc-s Dttrott
    _*S A"9*i Mi M ~r*tsc
    %. H- Hj.tr He* Yort *nd
    R
    ire ^.ver
    j: these
    1 said Ic the pcti-c schools.
    -
    degree, ragged
    iM to MAK as compared :o
    to SMM6 la i-cai Jmus
    The gap *as wider on
    the maxti salary level rtk I
    from OMua* to **. 3
    ajiit
    to SMMi the latter
    Dm report call* open coaaasun-
    Oan "to develop aore real
    salary n to tolfi" is: offers suide-
    baes to assaat Jewish school boards
    rz a: such schedules, la
    preseourg Ma report. Mr Isaac
    .in. executive director of the
    \sm saM The generally
    unfavorable comparison of the
    established scales in the 12 top-
    paymj Jewish liiiitirf with
    wage schedules in pohik educa
    tiea should be cause for coneerr.
    If salaries ia Jewish schools
    dv not compete even with the rel
    eiy low sage standards in
    generai education, what hope li
    there of drawing able and talent
    ed young people to Jewish teach
    Del
    The range of it salary
    '. ". 5? v>.
    *
    J
    schools TV
    ..-..: _-
    pebtk schorl York
    the difference '" "=ai
    i tries of qualified Jje
    - tol teachers
    A counterpart:, wai S2.&I-
    . .. iz: E .
    The -natcrity f J'if schools
    -ii int* the lower stratum of
    ? ailtoo talari** for toaefcers.
    Tho domoty oopuUtod J*wis>>
    I> of New Yortc, Ctovo-
    aad, MI and Boston, pay
    :tart>r4 salaries of be fix n S3.-
    ^t and S3.75a.
    The range of beginr.:=g talaries
    jr a qualified teacher in 1962 was
    to 15 160 in municipal pub-
    ^cboeas, as against SXZ00 tc
    Ca.630 in Jewish schools througb-
    :he country
    r.e employment ld a Jew
    teal normally means 20
    ; teaching and extra-cur
    in afternoon
    tt 25 hours in all-day Jew
    .-- schools. A licensed Hebrew
    her generally has had a bl-
    and bilingual training
    aggresite credits and
    f study exceeds require
    .-. and jacseior"s de-
    The salary ^landing of advanced
    leaue. and professional degree;
    markedly in the two
    -.ems. the re-
    Miss Eisen Wins
    Scholarship Trip
    1- t ::c:en:
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    Oee of 25 to aation
    here sbr
    Daieghter of Mr UM Mr- Ar
    l>ade. fora*--!;. :: HoOyveod.
    E^ser; is a liSl
    South Brow a. gh where she
    waa a member of the Honor 5o-
    :-A c-^.: I I the year book.
    A socv.ligj ma.
    more year at Erandeis UetoTiHj,
    Miss E.seo was the -Jirer of the
    Kbolarsrup to Bran ed by the Jewish Federation of
    Hollywood a-d of the National
    Science Foundauon Scholarship
    summer program at the Umver-
    of Florda m 1360.
    Open to ail liberal arts majors
    at colleges and universities in the
    -ation. to be eligible for this lat-
    est scholarship Miss Eisen had to
    be recommended by the bead of
    her major department and the
    Dean of Braadeis Uaive:
    BETH ISRAEL CONGREGATION
    OF MIAMI BEACH
    invites G'-eatc Miami Jewry
    to a Memoria' Service in Memory of
    Harry Sthwartz
    Me aer, Board ot Dm -s-
    SUNDAY. MAY 19, 1963 11:00 A.M.
    BFTH ISRAEL CONGREGATION
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    Alliia HSU
    Cuba Dkector Speaks at
    Souf/rwesf Jewiik Center
    J Arthur Laxell. deputy direc-
    tor of the Cuban Refugee Emer-
    gency Center, will speak to :n<
    Southwest Democratic Club on
    Cuban Refugees and D^
    Economy" at the Southwest Jew-
    sh Center on Monday evening
    Ticket chairman for the club s
    June 22 barbecue at Crandor. Park
    .; Bill Winston.
    Beth David Coaareaalioa
    Flan Elecfroaj Meeting
    Annual election meeting of Beth
    David Congregation will be held
    on Thursday evening. May 23
    Program will include a memorial
    service by Rabbi Norman N Sha-
    piro and Cantor William W. lop-
    son for members who have passed
    away during the past year
    Lewis Sterns^ein. president
    a report on the jreai
    ard a social hour will follow
    the business ?gf*^
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    Friday. May 17. 1963
    *Jen-isti florid fan
    South Florida Federation Union Hebrew
    Congregations Annual Meeting Sunday
    Page 7-A
    *
    South Florida Federation i I t1-
    Union ol American Hebrew Con
    gregations will begin its a< nual
    general meeting on Sunday. ;ii
    remple Israel <>. Greater Miami
    with a 10:30 a.m. business session
    Featured speaker of the day
    will be Rabbi Richard G. Hirsch,
    d:recter of the Washington Re-
    ligious Action Center of the
    UAWC.
    Prior to hi.-, appointment, Ra,bbj
    Hirsch served us regional direcioi
    .if the Union of American Hebrew
    Congregatipai in Chicago. He was
    on the faculty of the College of
    Jewish Studies and served as chair-
    man of a yearlong Metropolitan
    Conference on religion, commun-
    ity hie, and housing.
    Rabbi Hirsch will discuss th
    Workmen's Circle
    Observes 45 Years
    Workmen's Circle will hold a "45j
    Years of Workmen's Circle1
    Schools" celebration at 2o Wash-
    ington Ave., on Sunday.
    In Greater Miami the school,,
    also known as I. L. Perelz School,;
    after the famous writer, is located \
    at 1545 SW 3rd St., and is affiliat-;
    ed with the Bureau of Jewish Edu-
    cation. Functioning for the past
    18 years it has had over one thou-
    sand students.
    Alumni wishing to attend the
    celebration may write to the school!
    for -further information, attention [
    Ben-Swire, secretary.
    ir-.ues of Chjrch-Stat relation-
    al, las am1 the prc-Mem of Bible-
    readlrj in the schools.
    The meeting will be concluded
    with two workshops. The first, led
    > ] 'ih'-rt I.. Bloom, clucat'on di-
    rector of Temple Beth Sholom, will
    leal with "The Temple Keugious
    S< hool Its Aims and Goals."
    Rabbi Sanford Seltzer, director
    'i ih' Southeast Council ol tht
    Union in American Hebrew Con
    iregations, will conduct a second
    workshop on "The Temple Youth
    Group Us Aims and Goals."
    Robert 11. Newman of Temple
    Beth Am, is president of the South
    Florida Federation.
    Religious Zionists
    Sponsor Memorial
    Religious Zionists of Miami spon-
    sored a memorial meeting for Ben-
    Zvi, departed president of Israel,
    at Knesseth Israel Congregation
    for Orthodox Jewry of Miami and
    Miami Beach.
    Eulogies for the late president
    were given by Rabbi Tibor H.
    Stern, Rabbi David Lehrfield,
    spiritual leader of Knesseth Is-
    rael, Rabbi M. Minnenbey, and
    Max Hecht, president of the Re-
    ligious Zionists. Cantor Abraham
    Seif chanted the traditional pray-
    ers.
    The meeting was chaired by So'
    Rashin. Louis Dublin, president of
    Knesseth Israel, welcomed the
    congregants, and Rabbi Joseph
    Rackovsky gave a talk on Israel's
    achievements.
    Lew Price (right). Miami-Metro publicity director, of Perrine,
    was honored recently by the Chamber of Commerce of Surf-
    side. Bal Harbour and Bay Harbor Island. Presenting a plaque
    lo Price, for "excellent efiorts in promoting area tourism," is
    Mitchell Potter, chamber president.
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    Three outstanding teachers who will be honored by the Bureau
    of Jewish Education in the national celebration of "Teachers
    Day." Each has given 25 years of service to Jewish educa-
    tion, and on Sunday, 10 a.m., will be interviewed over ch. 7
    by Louis Schwartzman, executive director of the Bureau. On
    May 27, 7:30 p.m., they will be honored at inter-school grad-
    uation exercises of the Bureau at Beth David Congregation.
    Left to right are Louis Gadon, instructor at Beth David; Can-
    tor Maurice Mamches, instructor at Beth Jacob; and David
    Freedman, former instructor at Temple Emanu-El and the
    Bureau's Hebrew High School, and Schwartzman.
    Mayor Oka Installs
    Free Loan Officers
    Mayor Kenneth Oka installer
    Isidore Schwartz for his llth term
    as president of the Greater Miam
    Heinew Free Loan Assn.. at ;
    banquet in the Lombardy Hotel at
    tended by 230 guests.
    Master of Ceremony. Judge Mil
    ton Friedman commendec
    Schwartz and honorary life presi
    dent Joe Zalis "for leadershii
    which in 13 years has seen tht
    Association grow from a chartei
    group of 12 men and women to I
    community-wide organization ol
    over 300 members."
    Rabbi Solomon Schiff gave tht
    invocation and spoke of the reli
    feious significance of the work o
    "Free Loan."
    Others officers serving are Jos
    eph Nevel. Sam Sherman and Ma>
    Kunst. vice presidents; Max Rap
    paport. treasurer; Mrs. Ida Ochs.
    financial secretary; Mrs. Zeldi
    Kunst, recording secretary, anc
    Max Price, corresponding secre
    tary.
    Young Israel Elects; Starts Construction
    Officers elected at a May 7th i
    meeting of Young Israel of Great-
    er Miami are president, Emanuel
    Ungar; vice presidents, Ernest j
    Fields, Harry Lerner, Seymour
    Weissman, Robert Finkelstein; ii-
    nancial secretary. Joseph M. Mey- J
    ers; treasurer, Ben Lerner; re-!
    cording secretary, Milton Gott-'
    lieb; corresponding secretary, I
    Mrs. Beatrice Auron; national!
    council delegate, Marvin Lipman.
    Board of directors: Alex Gooze,
    Joseph Margolis, David Elwitt, j
    Charles Brander, Louis Hurvitz,
    Charles Blonder, Dr. Sol Muss-
    baum, L. Rosenberg, Ben Fish-
    bein and Sol Kalchman.
    During the meeting, plans were
    disclosed for the construction of
    the new Synagogue and Center
    Jldg.. to be ready for occupancy
    in early September.
    Rabbi Sherwin Stauber an <
    nounccd that the new building
    would accommodate double the
    student body of the Religious
    School and that registration is be-
    ing accepted in the office for nur-
    sery, kindergarten and Hebrew
    school for the coming year. Reg
    istration hours are 1 to 5 p.m.,
    Monday through Thursday. 9 to 12
    p.m., Sundays.
    Merger Celebration
    Merger of Congregations Beth
    Emeth and Yehudah Moshc will be
    celebrated on Saturday evening,
    with a dinner and entertainment
    at the Lombardy Hotel. Tickets
    may be obtained at Beth Emeth
    office.
    Michal Garber Wins Humane
    Society Poster Contest
    Michael Jan Garber, 9-year-olc
    son of Mrs. Phyllis Garber, wor
    a pet poster contest sponsored b>
    The Humane Society of Greatei
    Miami and authorized by the Dadt
    County Board of
    Public Instruc
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    A student a
    Norland Ele
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    Michael receivec
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    prize out of 35f
    entries, two oth
    er ribbons anc
    was honored dur
    ing National Pc"
    Week.
    The talented youngster's winning
    poster was sent to the National
    Humane Society contest in Den
    ver and from there to Barcelona
    Spain, in an exchange program
    Michael's school was presentee
    with a gold loving cup in his hon
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    n
    SharrettAsks for Judicious Approach
    Installed recently at a combined YMHA branch installation
    dinner in Miami Springs Villas were these recently elected
    officers of the North County YMHA Branch. Front row are
    Donald Reiff, president (left), and Mrs. Howard Brenner, cor-
    responding secretary (right). Rear row are (left to right) Mich-
    ael Salmon, vice president; Harold Greene, vice president;
    Irving Denmark, honorary past president; and Aaron Gold,
    vice president.
    Greater Miami Jewish Community
    Center Sponsors Fourth Annual
    Senior Citizens Conference Sunday
    Dr. David L. Levir.e. professor
    of social worlf at the Graduate
    School of Social Welfare. Florida
    State University, will be the key-
    note speaker at the Fourth An-
    nual Senior Gitizens Conference
    of the Greater Miami Jewi-h Com-
    munity center, it was announced
    by "A. Budd Cutler, president.
    This conference will take place on
    Sunday, May 19th, 1:30 p.m. at
    the Miami YMHA Branch 450 SW
    :*th Avenue. _
    Using the conference theme,
    "Making the Most of Your Lat-
    er Years," Dr. Levine will ad-
    dress over 200 senior citizen
    delegates who participate in the
    center programs in all four
    branches.
    Dr. Levine serves on the Gov-
    rnor's Committee on Aging, and
    - a' consultant for the State
    Health Department He ha- writ
    ten extensively in the field of soc-
    ial welfare. He has been Invited
    present a paper on "Problem?
    ' the Iging," at the Internation-
    al Conference on Gerontology, to
    * held in Copenhagen this sum-
    mer.
    According to Mr. Cutler, who is
    serving as chairman of this pro-
    -ram, eight workshops will follow
    the keynote address. They are:
    Should people continue to work
    in later years?
    Have you prepared yourself fi-
    nancially for the later years?
    What lessons have you learned
    from your life experience that
    you would pass on to the younger
    generation.
    Does family relations change in
    the later years?
    How does the older adult main-
    tain his vigor and energy in the
    later years?
    How do you look upon your
    free time.' a delight or a bore?
    Building an active membership
    and leadership training.
    The invocation will be delivered
    by Rabbi Solomon Schiff, spiri-
    tual leader of Congregation Beth
    El.
    Following the workshops the
    group will be involved in a social
    period, refreshments and enter-
    tainment. Arrangements will be
    coordinated by Ira Steinmetz, Sup-
    erviaor, County Senior Citizens
    Department.
    The Greater Mami Jewish Com-
    munity Center is a beneficiary
    agency of the Greater Miami
    Jewish Federation and the I'nited
    Fund.
    JERUSALEM-4JTA) A warn-
    ing against "harmful statements"
    apt to lower the prestige of the
    Zionist movement was issued at
    the meeting of the World Zionist
    Actions Committee by Moshe Shar-
    ett, chairman of the Jewish Agen-
    cy executive, who called the move-
    ment irreplaceable.
    "Let us cease polemics and get
    on with the job,*' he said. He as-
    serted that there had been many
    ; improvements in the movement,
    including the joining of new young
    blood, that the organizational
    frameworks had been strengthen-
    I ed and that good work had been
    I done by the Government-Jewish
    I Agency coordinating committee.
    He said it was wise to beware
    ; of presenting a picture of the
    movement as being in a constant
    I stale of disagreement with the
    State of Israel and of the state
    as a divisive factor in the activi-
    ties of the Jewish people. He
    stressed that there were activi-
    ties in which the state was not
    engaged which were open to the
    Zionist movement such as educa-
    tion and information in Jewish
    communities outside of Israel.
    Eliahu Dobkin, head of the
    youth and hechalutz department,
    reported that Chalutzic movements
    abroad had a membership of 36,-
    000 and that other Zionist youth
    movements had a membership of
    48,000. He listed a variety of pro-
    cedures to extend work with youth
    abroad and called the shortage of I
    vouth instructors "the most burn-
    ; ing problem." He added that
    1 while much work had been done
    I to train instructors, it had not met
    i the need.
    A crisis appeared to be loom-
    ing over the World Zionist Actions
    committee on the issue of coopting
    members of the right-wing Herut
    party to the Jewish Agency exec-
    utive. Mr. Sharett, as chairman
    ! of the executive, told the meeting
    that the Actions Committee should
    act on the proposal. However,
    later he. reportedly told the Herut
    delegation that the time was not
    yet ripe for Herut to be given
    member-hip on the executive. A
    , Herut spokesman said the' if en.
    try to the Jewish Agency executive
    was denied to it. the party would
    I et up an independent poMirji de.
    I partment for Jewish MtJUnunitleg
    I outside of Israel.
    Students Tow Museum
    Over 40 students of Temple Za-
    mora Religious School, accompan-
    ied by Rabbi Herschel Brook*.
    took a tour of the Jewish Museum
    at Temple Emanu-E! conducted by
    Bev. Nathan Rose The ialan.ee
    i if the Hebrew School week was
    devoted to discussions of the
    articles seen at the muse.m
    Rubbing elbows and exchanging ideas with the world's great'
    est architects was a dream come true for over 200 s"
    architects last week. The students, from 40 schools oi archi
    tecture throughout the United States, met at Flagler F^:
    Savings for a give-and-take discussion with a score of award
    winning architects and sculptors. Here a group of stu
    talk with Palo Solen 'center of Scottsdale, Ariz., famous for
    his sand sculpture.
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    Federation Budget Committee Starts
    Sessions to Determine Allocations
    The Greater Miami Jewish Fed-
    i ration started budgeting pro-1
    c ggei for its agencies loccaly, na-i
    finally and overseas, at a meeting
    held in the Federation board
    room last Monday, May 6.
    Jack D. Gordon, chairman of the
    hu Iget committee, presided at the
    meeting seeking to program the
    allocation of funds for the opera-
    lion of Federation's 57 affiliated
    agencies locally and throughout
    the world.
    Sidney Lefcourt. president of
    ihe Greater Miami Jewish Feder-
    ation; Arthur S. Rosichan. Fed-
    eration executive director; and
    Robert F. Forman, Federation di-
    rector of budgeting and planning,
    presented supplementary informa
    -,ion to the members of the bud-
    jet study committee, which will
    of vital importance in present-
    r,u a program of allocations to
    JTniect agency needs for 1963.
    "The local, national and over-
    seas committees will begin their
    program of hearings next
    week/' Mr. Gordon stated. "I
    cannot overestimate the vital
    role played by these volunteer
    leaders in their studies of the
    agencies and their programs,"
    the chairman said.
    "The requests we have receiv-
    d. when totalled, amount to al-
    nost a half million dollars more
    ban the amount available for the
    ilirpOM of allocations. Therefore
    it is the great responsibility of
    the committee members to review
    Me requests, study the programs
    and weigh in judgment the most
    [ficient use of the funds to be
    allocated so that the measure of
    the Federation dollar will serve
    humanitarian purposes to the
    fullest," Gordon stated.
    Following the hearings of the in-
    dividual committees, the Federa-
    tion budget committee will recon-
    vene early in June and reports
    will be presented by the chair-
    men of their study and review of
    the agencies' requests along with
    recommendations for allocations
    for 1963.
    Gordon also announced that the
    budget committee would be divid-
    ! ed into local, national and over-
    seas sections to conduct the hear-
    ings of agency requests.
    The 1963 budget committee
    I members are: Sam J. Heiman.
    chairman of the local agencies
    j study committee; Mrs. Dorothy
    Krieger Fink, vice chairman;
    Jules Arkin, Rabbi Herbert M.
    Baumgard, Theodore B e r m a n,
    Charles Goldstein, Richard Hor-
    wich. Murray Levine, Norton Pal-
    ' lot. Jacob Rifkin, Morton Russack,
    i Phillip Schiff, Mrs. Sidney M.
    Schwartz. Mrs. Benedict Silver-
    man, Jack Stein, Byron Topol and
    Sam Gordon.
    National budget study committee
    chairman is Leo Eisenstein, with
    members Max Cogen, Daniel Cra
    vitt, Mrs. Sol Goldstein, Joseph
    ! II. Kaplan. Harry B. Smith, George
    Sogg and Stanley Spieler.
    Morris Broad. Joseph Cohen.
    ' Mrs. Jacob Entine. Alfred Stalford
    , and Stanley Tate are members of
    | the overseas budget study com-
    . mittee, chaired by Dr. George
    Graham.
    At the budget committee hearings of the Greater Miami Jew-
    ish Federation are (standing left to right) Dr. George Graham,
    chairman of overseas budget study; Leo Eisenstein, chairman
    of national agencies budget study; Mrs. Dorothy Krieger Fink,
    vice chairman of local agencies; Jack D. Gordon, budget com-
    mittee chairman, and Sam J. Heiman, chairman of local agen-
    cies in the Greater Miami Community Budget Study.
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    Rabbis Visit
    Battle Scene
    Continued from Page 1-A
    essential in a program to restore
    education and especially the edu-
    cated lay leader "to their right-
    ful position in our congregations."
    He also called for the introduction
    of a new ceremony, Ab Mitzvah,
    which would require of laymen a
    rededication to the duty of Jew-
    ish study and observance at the
    age of 40.
    At an earlier session, 79 of
    the rabbis responding to a chal-
    lenge from one of their leaders,
    left in a body for Birmingham,
    Ala., scene of repeated ard con-
    tinuing demonstrations by Ne-
    groes against racial barriers in
    that city. The challenge was
    posed by Rabbi Bernard Man-
    delbaum, provost of the Jewish
    Theological Seminary.
    Rabbi Mandelbaum told the 400
    rabbinical delegates that it was a
    question how they could be con-
    cerned "only with Nazi cruelty
    when acts of injustice to fellow
    human beings were taking place
    in our country." Rabbi Theodore
    Friedman, RAA president, there-
    upon introduced a resolution to
    send a delegation to Birmingham
    which was overwhelmingly ap-
    proved.
    The rabbis then placed a tele-
    phone call to the Southern Chris-
    tian Leadership Conference in At-
    lanta and were told their pres I
    ence in Birmingham was "urgent
    and of great importance." Just
    before they left, they received a
    telephone call from A. D. King, j
    brother of Rev. Martin Luther j
    King, a leader in the struggle for <
    Negro ciyil rights, who told them
    'This is the time to come."
    The 20 rabbis boarded a plane
    for Newark after midnight to ar-
    rive in Birmingham at 5 a.m. af-
    ter a stop in Atlanta. Expenses
    incurred by the 20 rabbis will be
    shared by voluntary contributions
    from delegates and that sum will
    be matched by an equal contri-
    bution from the RAA treasury.
    The delegates immediately con-
    tributed $1,500 toward the ex
    penses.
    In his annual presidential re-
    port. Rabbi Theodore Friedman,
    spiritual leader of Congregation
    Beth El, South Orange, N.J.,
    called for a "new urity" of the
    Jewish people. This unity is of
    paramount importance today.
    Rabbi Friedman said, because
    "the old image of the Jew and
    Judaism projected and main-
    tained by the church over the
    centuries, seems desti">ed to
    fade." This will mean that "we
    will be called upon to partici-
    pate in a religious dialogue total-
    ly urlike any that took place in
    the past," he said.
    Rabbi Mayer Abramowitz, spiri-
    tual leader of Temple Menorah,
    Miami Beach, and Rabbi Norman
    N. Shapiro, of Congregation Beth
    David, Miami, were among the
    400 members who attended.
    Games Party
    Miami
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    American Legion Hall. Mrs. Mil-
    Beach Pythian Sisters, dred R0Seniield was chairman of
    Temple 43, held a games party I the event.
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    Friday, May 17, 1353
    Beach Boys Elected
    Brandeis Leaders
    Lewis J. Serbin and .lack I
    Habib. both of MidTTii Beach. hav*
    been elected presi.lents of their
    classes at Brandeis University.
    Si rbin, son of Mr. and Mrs. N.
    John Serbin, 4564 Adams Ave.. la
    a junior at the Waltham. Mas.-.
    university, lie 1- a graduate of
    Miami Beach High where he was
    on the honor roll, a member of
    the National Forensic League.
    Student Council and Junior Opti-
    mist Service Club, and recipient
    of a junior varsity letter in foot-
    ball and National Conference of
    Christians and Jews Brotherhood
    award. He is a sociology major at
    Brandeis.
    Habih, so;i of Mr. and Mrs.
    Ralph Habib. 7635 Abbott Ave..
    is a freshman. A graduate of Ye-
    shiva University High School in
    New York, he was vice president
    of both the junior class the Student
    Council, chairman of the Foreign
    Affairs Club, managing editor of
    the yearbook, a member of the
    debating and tennis teams and
    Aritsa. and recipient of an award
    in biology. He is a politics major
    and a Dean's List student at
    Brandeis.
    Brandeis. which later this year
    celebrates its 15th anniversary,
    enrolls 1800 students in its under-
    graduate School of Arts and
    Sciences and in 14 Graduate
    School departments. The Ford
    Foundation recently awarded the
    Waltham university a S6 million
    matching grant for overall acad-
    emic purposes. Brandeis must
    raise $18 million to earn the grant.
    *.
    When your family
    celebrates a Special
    Family Occasion-
    Welcome Wagon Calls
    I When your family celebrates a
    .'sixteenth birthday, announces
    an engagement or the birth of
    a new baby, or moves to a new
    home, your Welcome Wagon
    Hostess, will call with a basket
    of gifts...and friendly greetings
    from the religious, civic
    and business leaders of V
    our community
    Beth Shirah Nears
    first Unit of Five
    Temple Beth Shirah, Recon:.
    striictionisl Congregation, 1- eom
    Dieting "i" first ll" ,,f ,ta flv*
    year building plan at !20th St. and
    771,1 AVe' I u II
    Dedication of the social bail,
    rabbis study. cantor's music
    room, classrooms and kitchen will
    be held in early July, and the build-
    in- will be readj for the High Holy
    Days services, with accommoda-
    Completion
    Year Program
    Ae|jmwn,^Dftvi| .Bendel^
    Smukler, Leo Martin. Jo* |;,.r
    lean, Sidney stem. Spymoui Drex
    ler. Mrs. Jack Somber) rack
    Somberg, Leon Koth. ,;,
    Miller. Bernard Mendler David
    Schaecter and Bernard Ki Hand.
    Citations of honor, "for service
    to the Temple during it- ,rter
    >ear," will be presented I RaD.
    First rnember8 appointed to the committee for the Bureau of
    Jewish Education annual dinner now in its planning stages
    to be held in the fall at the Diplomat Hotel. Left to right are
    Mrs. Matilda Ratner and Max Kolker, co-chairmen, Mrs. Jos-
    eph Duntov and Mrs. Bea Muskat. _______ ____
    Rabbi Horovitz
    Schedules Talk for
    tions for 800. ; bi Morris A. Skop to Mrs. Jack
    The Congregation will also open Somberg, outgoing Sisterhood
    a pre-kindergarten and nursery president; Burton Yagoda.
    school on Tuesday, Sept 3. in a; Brotncrnooa president; Dr. David
    completely equipped, modern Markenson Dr. Leonard Lessner.
    playground, under supervision of j wi.liam BasQS< Henr>. Hamer.
    Judge Saperslein Talks
    To Menorah Men's Club
    Judge Albert Saperstein, of the
    5=SJ-Lt"LttJ! a=a*=r-=Sfi5 l"h'.T EK.ZS
    Miami Beach, will be guest speak-
    YachlVa PrinrinAlc Miara' ***$ WIU ^JS*."!?" I students to meet the reading :_ v A Harry]
    TeSnlYd rnnCipaiS er at Temple Menorah Men s Club readjness requirements of the '^onRoth mS flavor Syi
    Rabbi Morris L. HOTOVlti, assist-.u^ spring meeting in the youth Dade County Board of iMtroctkm,
    ant priqeipal of the Greater Mi lou"Sc on Wednesday evening.
    Hebrew Academy, wll ad-'Jufd8e Spcrstc,^ who served as
    dress the annual convention of the'"* first Mens Club president hen
    National Conference of Yeshlva "^"sEXS. JSUJi
    Principals to be held this week- mp,e M.enrahR' *"! &peak n
    end at the Empire Hotel, Fern-! Crl and the 1
    dale, N.Y.
    Election of new officers and
    mour Drexler, Morris Herman,
    During Friday evening services Sidney Stein. Norman Miller. Ber-
    this week. J. William Baros, Jr.,' nard Mandler, Milton Maltcr. Ber
    chairman of the second advisory nard Friedland, Jack Somberg,
    council, will be installed with oth- Charles Sokol.
    or members of the slate including Leon Roth, outgoing chairman
    Jay Mellow, vice chairman; Bur- of the Advisory Council, is repre-

    ! board members will be held Ben ton Yagoda, Brotherhood presi-1 senting the Temple at the Nation-
    A comprehensive examination of Alter, president, announced, and dent; Mrs. Burton Yagoda, Sister-: al Conference of Reconstruction-
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    aid to religion-sponsored schools j announced. Hausman. Morris Herman. Lee Buffalo. N.Y.
    will be among the major topics
    1 on the agenda of the convention,
    according to an announcement by
    i Rabbi Joseph Elias of Detroit, na-
    tional president of the organiza-
    tion, an affiliate of Torah Umesor-
    ah, the National Society for He-
    brew Day Schools.
    Principals of some 150 Hebrew
    Day Schools in all parts of the
    United States and Canada will take
    part in the three-day conclave
    dealing with all phases of pro
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    tion teachniques for Hebrew Day
    Schools, which combine a full pro-
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    Eleanor Roosevelt Town HoU Forum to i$cw"
    [Foundation Names
    .lutznick Chairman
    School Prayer Controversy
    Following the first meeting of
    tie Executive Committee of the
    fleanor Roosevelt Memorial Foun-
    ytion. Ambassador Adlai k. stev-
    fcson, ihe Foundation's chairman
    Infirmt-J the appointment of
    ^ilip M. Klutznick, of Chicago,
    i tlie National Chairman of the
    undation's Founder's Fund.
    fr. Klutznick assumes the vol-
    ary leadership of the $25,000.-
    nation-wide capital fund ap-
    Those funds will be used
    |stabush the Foundation creat
    Mrt. Roosevelt's memory to
    on and continue the programs
    lactivities with which she was
    lifted during her lifetime.
    A panel discussion on "The
    School Prayer Controversy" will
    be held by The People Speak,
    Town Hall Forum, on Friday even-
    ing in the auditorium of Washing-
    ton Federal Savings and Loan
    Assn., ,1234 Washington Ave.
    Members of the panel are Ber-
    nard Mandler. representing the
    American Jewish Congress; Clyde
    Atkins, attorney. Catholic Lay-
    man; Luther Pierce, executive di-
    rector. Greater Miami Council of
    Churches; Rev. Jack A. Smith,
    Congregationalist minister. Chaim
    Rose, moderator.
    (sin Elected
    mu-EI Prexy
    li-tl Sossin has been elected
    (it of Temple Em ami-El
    Hood. Owner of the Black-
    etircmeht Hotel. Sossin is a
    esMent of Miami Beach
    frith Lodge; past president
    lumanc Society of Greater
    and co-iounder of the Flor-
    i Council of Senior Citizens.'
    Officers elected for 1963-64
    t)rary vice president, Sam
    ,A1 Zablo: vice presidents. I
    fgal, Samuel Seltzer, Mil-1
    recording secretary.:
    corresponding secre-1
    I Milton Blum; treasurer,
    aks; financial secretary,
    fenstrauch; chaplain, Sid-
    Dd.
    of the board of direc- j
    Goldberg, a past pres- j
    Brotherhood; board of
    PLeonard Abramson, Dr. j
    Alterman, Martin Bork- j
    Burris. Joseph Cohen,;
    Copelan. Benjamin Cypen.
    jstein. .Indue Milton Feller.
    Noah Fleisher. Ben
    re. Leonard Glickman.'
    Goldstein. Sol Goldstein.
    Alex Gordon, Elliott Harris.
    Horwitz. William
    Koretzky. Seymour
    red Levi, Albert Os-!
    lajeii helle. Charles Ros-
    pn E. Rubin, David ;
    frvint: Schatzman. Dr
    Shapiro, Jack Silverman.i
    ith, Louis Spector. Fred |
    Jhprles Strelser. Charles <
    ^t Wolf, Martin Woolin.
    tftrs and Leonard Zil- ;
    ^nts advisory board, j
    .^Br, Jules P. Channing. i
    B C>|H'ii, Allen Gold-1
    pi. Kout and Dr. H
    Casper New DiLido
    General Manager
    George Casper, a veteran of!
    more than 20 years in the hotel'
    business, has been appointed gen-
    eral manager of the DiLido Hotel]
    at Miami Beach.
    Announcing the appointment
    was Milton Sirkin. who along with
    his family has assumed ownership
    management of the 350-room hos-
    telry on the oceanfront and Lin
    coin Rd.
    Casper has been manager of the
    DiLido for the past four years and
    prior to that worked in manager-,
    ial capacities at the Royal York.
    Biltmore Terrace and Promenade
    hotels. He was also affiliated
    with the Carillon and Sans Souci.
    Born in Homestead, Pa., Casper
    has lived in Miami Beach since
    1928. He is a graduate of Ida M.
    Fisher High School at Miami
    Beach and Georgetown University
    in Washington, D.C.
    Honored for 10 years of service to the Hebrew
    Academy were seven Academy teachers at
    the first celebration of Yom Hamorah, Satur-
    day night, at an affair sponsored by the PTA.
    Each faculty member received a plaque repre-
    senting the years of dedicated service to the
    students of the Academy. An original playlet
    written by Mrs. Lillian Burton end directed by
    Mrs. Gladys Alpert was presented to the more
    than 200 parents present. Left to right are Mrs.
    Mildred Dearr, PTA president; Mrs. Shushan-
    nah Spector Greenberg; Mrs. Marjorie Ent;
    Mrs. Miriam Donnerstag; Mrs. Ruth Becker;
    Rabbi Alexander S. Gross, principal; Mrs. Bes-
    sie Stadlon; Mr. and Mrs. Harry Perach-Kwit-
    ney; and Mrs. Zvi Berger, chairman of the
    evenina.
    Dr. Unger Speaks t,brflry shows Fi,m
    Florida Heart Assn.
    The 14th annual assembly of the
    Florida Heart Assn. will be held
    at the Gait Ocean Mile Hotel in
    Ft. Lauderdale this weekend.
    Dr. Paul N. Unger, Miami Beach
    cardiologist and outgoing presi-
    dent of Florida Heart Assn., will
    present the welcome address.
    On Saturday, scientific sessions
    for laymen and physicians are
    scheduled.
    Dr. Louis Lemberg, secretary of
    Florida Heart Assn.. and chairman
    of the general assembly, announced
    that Howard Sprague, M.D., of
    Boston, will be guest speaker at
    the President's dinner on Satur-
    day evening. Dr. Sprague is a
    past president of the American
    Heart Assn.
    .will be shown Tuesday. 8:15 p.m.,
    1 at the Miami Public Library.
    "You Are Not Alone." a new; Dr Ralph Maercks psychiatrist.
    film exploring the problems of wju discuss the film and answer
    success in competitive society, I questions.
    Asthma Research Luncheon
    Greater Miami Chapter of Chil-
    dren's Asthma Research Institute
    end Hospital at Denver held its i
    donor luncheon and installation of
    officers this past week at the
    Algiers Hotel. Mrs. Albert Wern-
    er accepted the gavel from Mrs.
    Adolph Stempel, out-going presi-
    dent.

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    Palmer State B'nai B'rith President-Elect
    President -elect of the Florida
    Federation of "B'nai BYilh is Cot
    SMmy H rainier, longtime Mi
    .imi resilient Election was held
    It the State convention last week
    in Daytona Beach.
    Ben Goldfeld. insurance execu-
    me of Daytona Boaeli. was elect-
    ed president and will serve until
    April. Ml when he will turn tV
    l over to Palmer. The 1964
    State convention will be held in
    the Greater Miami area during
    Palmer's presidency.
    First vice president is Ansel
    Witionstem of Hollywood. Fla.:
    Harry Garvin. of Orlando, secre-
    tary and Arthur Horowitz, of No
    Miami Beech, treasurer.
    Regional vice presidents are
    Sam Robbing, Tallahassee: Myron
    Botcnpleeth, St Petersburg; How
    aid Kann, Daytona Beach. Mur-
    i. > Skup, No. Miami Beach: Dr.
    Maurice Kovnat. Palm Beach; Ed
    Stern. Miami; and Joseph Gorin-
    tein, Miami Beach.
    A Miami resident for 40 years,
    Cel. Palmer was named "Man of
    Achievement" in lt5l by Sholom
    Lodge, B'nai B'rith, which he
    also served as president.
    He has served as a member of
    the State Board of Social Welfare.
    District 9; the Florida Conference
    ot Social Welfare: the Citizens
    Advisory Committee on Highway
    Safety, State of Florida; and as
    Doc Klein Appointed to
    Veteran Service Committee
    Dede County Board of Commiss-
    ioners baa appointed Maurice
    Klein to the Metropolitan Dede
    County veterans Service Advis-'
    Committi
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    the A ran 1 J bm -
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    the Miami Beech S
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    -. tersns al over
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    of \" Comml
    : ir :"lk<.
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    Chamber of Commerce: board of
    directors. Baron de Hirsch Loan
    Fund; board of governors. Greater
    Miami Jewish Federation; Zionist
    Organisation of America. Miami
    District; Ifizrachi Organization of
    America; and Vladeek Branch 692,
    Workmen's Circle.
    Owner of Palmer's Miami Mon-
    ument Co., at 3279 SW 8th St.. he's
    also proprietor of Palmer's Mar-
    ble and Granite Co.
    President-elect Ben Goldfield
    presided at the convention, tak-
    ing the place of President
    Charles Seiavitch, who was ill
    and urable to attend.
    COl. SIDNtr H PALMER
    past chairman of the Board of
    Review. City of Miami.
    He is a past president of Tem-
    ple Zamora. Congregation Beth
    David. Beth El. and past vice
    president of the Greater Miami
    Jewish Cemetery' Assn.. and the
    Hebrew Free Loan Assn.
    Palmer has been honorary Dep-
    uty Sheriff of Dade County; hon-
    orary member of Florida Sher-
    iff's Assn.: honorary citizen of
    Boys Town. Neb.; and past chair
    man of the fund raising commit-
    tee of Greater Miami Jewish Com-
    munity Centers
    He holds membership in the Bis-
    cayne Bay Lodge 124 F & A M;
    Miami Consistory. Orient of Flor-
    ida; Mahi Temple: Benevolent
    and Protective Order Of Elks. 948:
    Miami Beach Lodge 170 Krnghti
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    Opening session featured a
    "Havdalah" service by Rabbi
    Norman H. Diamond of Temple
    Beth-El of Daytona. Greetings
    were extended by Sam Garfield.
    president Daytona Beach lodcc:
    Mrs Ben Goldfield. president BB
    Women Daytona Beach; City Com-
    missioner Stanley Xass; Goldfield;
    Mrs. Harry Ornstein. president
    Florida State Federation BB Chap
    ters; Mrs. Alfred Reich, president
    BB Women District 5: and Jack
    J. Jenkins, president District
    Grand Lodge 5.
    Keynote address was given by
    Henry Saltzman. curator for BB
    Art Museum for the Blind in Day-
    tona Beach. A reception follow-
    ed.
    A joint banquet and installation
    w s held Moody evening with act-
    ing executive secretary Arnold^D.
    *ETh1Son as master of ceremonies.
    District president Jack J. Jenkins
    Installed men's officers, and Dis-
    trict Women's president. Mrs. Al-
    lied Reich installed women's of
    ficers Guest speaker. Hon. Tom
    Adams. Sec. of State for the State
    of Florida, was introduced by
    Louis Ossinsky, Jr.
    Sunday morning business ses-
    lion featured a joint Hillel worship
    with Myron Rosenbleeth presiding.
    An analysis of the discussions in-
    dicate,! that the general situation
    of Hillel in the State of Florida
    was in excellent hands, with spe-
    cific recognition to the burning of
    the Hillel mortgage at the Univer-
    sitv of Florida.
    'Hillel Day'
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    The combined B'nai B'rift
    Women's Councils sponsor- | ,
    "Hillel Day" recently, at n,||e.
    House. University of Miami to
    praettt draperies to the building
    Mrs. Alfred Reich, president of
    B'nai B'rith Women District 5
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    Friday. May 17, 1963
    JEWISH MORALISTS
    'hap. I., 5^_ Jose, the son of I
    hanan. of Jerusalem, said: Let
    house be open wide, let the
    be members of thy household:]
    '. engage no? m much gossip
    : women. This applies even to I
    . own wife; how much more '
    to the wife of one's neighbor.
    \i net the sages say. Whoso en- [
    es in much gossip with women
    igl evil upon himself, neglects
    tudy of the Torah. and U'ill in I
    end inherit Gehinnom.

    'Kap. 1., IS. He used to say: A
    lame ma edgreat is a name des-
    oyed; he who dots not increase
    t knowledge, decreases it; and he r
    ho does not study, deserves to :-
    :: and he who ma^es a worldly I
    st of the crown (of the Torah). -
    +Jew 1st) Flcridttan
    Page 13-A
    mil pass away.

    Chap. II., 6. R. ^echunva. son :
    f Ha-kana, siiJ: Whoso receive* "_
    pun himself the yoke of the Tor- .
    from him the yoke of the king- ".
    and the yoke of the worldly
    C will he removed; but whoso I
    t- off from him the yoJ rah, upon him will he laid the -
    kc of the kingdom and the yoke :
    the worldly care.
    Sn Oh 78JL Of JHi
    Judaism Revolves About
    God, Israel and the Torah
    lavni s
    r^cligious By RABBI RICHARD M. LEVITCN
    Tempi* Emanu-EI of Ft. Lauderdale
    Judaism like most other religions consists primarily of ideas and
    practices. From Biblical times to the present we find the combination
    of ideas and practices guiding and molding the behavior and attitudes
    of our people. The basic ideas of Judaism revolve about God, Israel,
    and the Torah. The practices are in the nature of ritual, civil and
    ethical considerations.
    Biblical Judaism became obsolete following the destruction of the
    Temple in 70 C.E. because the Biblical ideas about God, Israel and
    the Torah as well as the ritual, civil and ethical practices no longer
    fit the Jewish situation.
    S vices
    *Jki. It/eeCenJ
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    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 returned as prooT of
    their lateness.
    c-ur
    A. new U<
    onartgationi
    c
    Biblical history had come to an end with Biblical canonization
    and whatever happened afterwards was somehow awkwardly
    out of context. In other words, we really could never know how things
    came outnor is it likely we ever will. God became universalized, Is-
    rael was dispersed among the nations, and the Torah became a word
    designating all truth and wisdom from whatever the source. Biblical
    sacrifice was exchanged for prayer, civil jurisdiction was taken out of
    Jewish hands, and ethical considerations became reflections often of
    the prevailing cultural milieu. The Rabbis of post-Biblical times in
    effect, created a new Judaism to replace the older, obsolete one. The
    question we now raise is whether or not what the early rabbis created *> n
    .,..,, .. .. Jewish lli-toiy.
    is now obsolete and has been so lor some time.
    AGUDATH ISRAEL. 7801 Carlyle ave.
    Orthodox. Rabbi Isaac Ever.
    BETH DAVID. 2625 SW 3rd ave. Con-
    servative. Rabbi Norman N. Shapiro-
    Cantor William W. Lipson.
    Friday 5:15 O.m. Bm Mitzvah: De-
    borah, daughter of Mr. aiul Mrs.
    Manuel Lubel. Saturday 9 a.m. llnr
    Mitzvah: Robert, son of Mr. and
    All h. Solomon Wachholdcr.
    BETH EL, 500 SW 17th ave. Orthodox.
    Rabbi Solomon Schiff.
    Friday-ti::io p.m. Saturday S:30 a.m.
    Sermon: "The Choice Is Ours." .Min-
    ima G:30 p.m.
    BETH EMETH. 12250 NW 2nd ava.
    Conservative. Rabbi Simon April.
    Cantor Hyman Fine.
    Friday 8:18 p.m. GuSSt speaker,
    Prank Kreutser, law student at I'ni-
    verslty f Miami. Topic: "Minority
    Groups: and the Law." Saturday S:4.">
    a.m.
    BETH ISRAEL. 400 Prairie ave. Or-
    thodox. Rabby H. Louis Rottman.
    Friday 8:45 p.m, Saturday '' a.m.
    "IMvlne Providence and
    Temple Emanu-EI of
    Ft. Lauderdale
    ----
    BETH JACOB. 301-311 Washington
    ave. Orthodox. Rabbi i ibor Stern.
    Cantor Maurice Mamches.
    BETH KODESH 1101 SW 12fh ave.
    Modern Traditional. Rabbi Max
    Shapiro. Cantor Fred Bernstein.
    Friday 830 p.m. Katurda) 8:43 a.m
    Judaism of allSecular Judaism. This Judaism proclaims that a Jew Sermon "Hlnal Mean* Hatred."
    ;3o p.m. Sermon: Laws of Sur-
    Certainly Reform Judaism is a "new" Judaism. To a certain ex
    tent so are Conservative and Orthodox Judaism. We have, in effect,
    a multitude of religions going under the guise of "Judaism."
    In addition to the official "Judaism" there is the most popular
    vival. '
    -
    BETH RAPHAEL.
    Orthodox. Julius
    130 NW 3rd ave.
    Sapero. president.
    - -
    BETH TFILAH, 935 Euclid ave. Or-
    thodox. Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovsky.
    Fridaj 8:30 p.m. Saturday 8:80 a.m.
    tach to it. is obsolete, it is time to comfort ourselves with the tremen-1 j?athe
    dous implications.
    of Jewish extraction need not be a Jew in the religious sense to ful-
    'hough the present sanctuary f'" nls destiny as a Jew. To the secular Jew. Judaism is certainly1
    iT.mple Emanu-EI at 1801 South b*lc,c as,a discipline let alone as a way of thinking and practicing '
    Little wonder that confusion and lack of clearly delined goals exist
    ewi Avenue dates from 1939, in our attempts at Jewish Religious education, how can we make
    has been an organized Jew- i Judaism relevant as a meaningful religion is no doubt the great chal- i
    community in Ft. Lauderdale lenge of the future. If Judaism, by whatever adjective we may at-' Sermon: "Dreadful Price toi
    |he facilities of the congrega-
    were expanded in 1952 when
    construction of the Todd Kauf-
    nn Auditorium, second largest
    Ihe city, to house a social hall,
    ihen, religious school class-
    Is and administrative offices.
    latest addition has been the
    Horwitz Memorial Library,
    fpleted in 1960.
    mpie Emanu-EI is a reform
    .rt nation affiliated with the
    in of American Hebrew Con-
    ations. Its spiritual leader
    K August. 1961 has been Rabbi
    i.iid M. Leviton.
    for Asslml-
    of mir
    By RABBI SAMUEL J. FOX ,3^si.iiimcssiaimrtnMiiiisiiiiisaiiiissaissMsssMi
    lir.iugh the years the congrega-
    What is Hi* source of Hi* require-
    ment to comfort and console
    the mourners?
    This page _it prepared in
    cooperation with the Spiritual
    Ltaders of the Greater Miami
    Rabbinical Assn.
    gABBI MAX A. LIPSCH1TZ
    Coordinator
    Contributor:
    RABBI SOLOMON SCHIFF
    Gems of Wisdom
    Generally speaking the practice!
    of consoling mourners comes un-
    der the category of showing kind-
    ness and grace (Chesed) to one's
    has grown to over 270 mem-' fellow man. It is one of those
    families. They have at their: practices which the Almighty him-
    al, many services and faci-1 self is said to have demonstrated
    . a religious school program,'to man. The Talmud (Sotah 14a)
    Kindergarten through Tenth j in commenting upon the verse in
    me Confirmation, a mid-week | the Bible. "And it came to pass, therefore is more fitting for the
    rew studies program, a very after the death of Abraham that mourner to justify the judgment
    Youth Group affiliated withJG-d blessed Isaac his son." (Gen- 0f the Almighty first and then for
    I BETH TORAH. 164th st. and NE 11th
    ave. Conservative. Rabbi Max Lip-
    schitz. Cantor Bep-Zion Kirschen-
    baum.
    Friday 8:80 p.m. Sermon: 'Woman's
    place i" i Conservative Philosophy.
    IfoMe Kananer sisterhood will be
    honored with Mrs. Irving Purman,
    president. giving the welcome. Sat-
    urday 8:46 a.m. liar Mitzvah: Fred,
    .son of Mr. and Mrs. Iamls Witkin.
    Afternoon Bar Mitzvah: Jeffrey, MM
    of Mrs. Audrey Arova.
    DADE HEIGHTS JEWISH CONORE-
    OATION. 1401 NW 183rd St. Con-
    servative. Rabbi Harold Richter.
    Canter Emanuel Mandel.
    Friday 8:30 a.m. Sermon: "Bless-
    ings or Curses?" Saturday S:30 a.m.
    Sermon: "Portion of the Week."
    uii.,.i.....: i isaaai
    sn Niiii......ij.ni: ;::,j
    Rabbi Samuel Mendelowitx. Can-
    tor Ernest Steiner.
    Friday S:3i) p.m. Ha a Mltsvah: Con-
    nie, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. David
    Mason; Delioruh, daughter of Mr
    ami Mrs. li win Sherwln. Saturday
    9 a.m. I'ost-Rar Mitzvah Services.
    Sermonettes: Jay Winer and Mau
    Waehtler, Junior Congregation rab-
    bis.
    , TEMPLE BETH SHOLOM, 4144 Chase
    ave. Liberal. Rabbi Leon Kronish.
    Cantor David Conviser.
    Fridav 8:15 p.m., c.uest speaker Rab-
    bi Snif.nl Belts***, director. South-
    east Region of American Hebrew
    Congregation*. Saturday 10:45 a.m
    Bas Mitavah: Jody. daughter of Mr.
    and Mrs. Leo Kestenliaum.
    TEMPLE B'NAI SHOLOM. 18800 NW
    22 ave Conservative. Rabbi S.
    M. Machtei.
    TEMPLE EM/NU-EL. 1701 Washing-
    ton ave. Conservative. Rabbi Irving
    Lehrmae Cantor Hirsh Adler.
    PYlday 8:80 p.m. Saturday 9 a.m.
    Bar Mltsvah: Kevin, son of .Mrs
    Trudy Prey; Bary, son of Dr. and
    Mrs. Arthur M. Rose, Oneg Bhabbal
    for Confirmation Class at i p.m, sn
    Dr. Lehrman's li......
    TEMPLE ISRAEL. 137 NS 19th St.
    Reform. Rabbi Joseph R. Narot.
    Cantor Jacob Bomstein.
    I -...,-. in p.m, Sermon: "Should
    Reform Rabbis Perform Mixed Mar-
    Ceremonies?"
    ----
    TEMPLE JUDEA. 320 Palermo ave.
    Liberal Reform. Rabbi Mordecal
    Podet. Cantor H. Richard Brown.
    Friday 8:15 p.m, Sermon: "invest in
    Spiritual Bli.....hips." Saturday 10:80
    a.m. Bar Mitzvah: Lee l'avid, son
    of Mi. and Mis. Melvin Harrison.
    TEMPLE MENORAH. 620 75th at.
    Conservative. Rabbi Mayer Abram-
    owitz. Cantor Edward Klein.
    Friday B:13 p.m. Sermon: "A Mean-
    ingful I.If-." Saturday 9 a.m. Bel -
    inon: "Portion of the l.aw." Bar
    Mitzvah: Andrew, son of Mr. and
    Mrs. Irving Schuster.
    TEMPLE NER TAMID. 80th st. and
    Tatum Waterway. Modern Tradi-
    tional. Rabbi Eugene Labovitz.
    Cantor Saul H. Breeh.
    Prdlday 1:15 p.m. Guest speaker,
    Arnold, son of Rev. and Mrs. David
    Klein. Topic': "t'ompatalullty of Re-
    ligion and Science." Saturday 8:45
    | a.m. Har Mitzvah: Alan, son of Mr.
    ami Mis. Herbert Cnger,
    ----
    TEMPLE OL OLOM. Conservative.
    8755 SW 16th St., Miami. Rabbi
    Samuel April. Cantor Gershon
    Levin.
    Fridav S:30 p.m. Sermon: "Soven
    Teen Days in May." Saturday 8:45
    a.m. Har Mitzvah: Sheldon, son of
    Mr. and Mrs. Myron Stevens.
    TEMPLE SINAI OF NORTH MIAMI.
    12100 NE 15th ave. Reform. Rab-
    bi Daniel M. Lowy.
    FLAGLER GRANADA. 50 NW 51st
    pi. Conservative. Rabbi David Ros-
    snfeld. Cantor George Goldberg.
    PYlday 6:45 p.m. Saturday 8 a.m.
    Sermon: "Portion "f the Week." Bai
    Mitzvah: Norman, son of Mr. and Friday Xl-"> P.m. Sermon: 1 ho
    Mrs Bernard Kelss. Hllde class 5:45! Meeting of Mind and Spirit. Religion
    p.m.' "Psalms Of David." and MVnthal Health.'' Saturday 11
    ___ s ----- Bar Mitavah: Mark, son of Mr.
    FT. LAUDERDALE EMANUEL. 1801
    National Federation of Tem-
    |Y( ith. Sisterhood. Mens' Club,
    Thirty-Miners, a social group
    ests 25:11) says that the Almighty (he VJsitor t0 agree with him
    Kt5 wc^S- a j; *j-'-J-
    >ur mature members and many I likewise commanded to comfort, first. Nahmanides (Torah Ha-
    r religious, cultural and soc- those who mourn among us. Jacob [ Adam) explains that the mourner
    activities. I is reported to have comforted his Would open the conversation first
    'father Isaac upon this same oc- wUh h justifying statement
    casion. The Talmud (Baba Bathra
    Be present officers include:
    Henry I. Thanz, president of
    kple Emanu-EI, Mrs. Alvin
    In. president of Sisterhood, Mr.
    Sterngold, president of the
    Club.
    '. .' !l. '':SU." -! '.. .- '-
    GEMS OF WISDOM
    "iu've freedom consists in the i
    Eaneoui activity of tfir toal. in- I
    iud personality. l-ROMM. g

    .1.M* I was born a slave. I |
    liberty more than you.
    ----BOERNE. fe
    *
    xptrtenct teaches us to be most |
    our guard to protect liberty |
    n the govrrnment** purpoies |
    henefknt. brandeis. |

    i
    l Jtwiik faith is in no way J
    -"Rered by Germany's -libera- J
    movement. If a religion can =
    Only uu.li-r serfdom, let it
    for it is not of divine ori- I
    ' FURST. I
    *
    roclaim liberty throughout the
    unto all the inhabitants there- I
    LBvmcus.
    "Blessed be the Judge of Truth."
    (Job 1:2D said early in his case,
    "The Lord gave and the Lord
    hath taken, blessed be the name
    of the Lord." Generally speak-
    ing, this practice avoids the con-
    dition of forcing the mourner to
    speak up. It lets him start the
    conversation when he is ready and
    conditioned to the justice of the
    Almighty.
    16:2) tells us that the verse in
    the Bible which reports that
    "Jacob sod pottage" (Genesis
    25:29) infers that he was doing
    this to comfort his father Isaac
    who was mourning the loss of
    Abraham. It is reported in Aboth
    D'Rabbi Nathan that comforting
    mourners is one of the things that
    "brings good into the world"
    (Aboth D'R'Nathan 30:1).
    *
    Why is It thst when vititirfl the
    Hows* of mournors ono mr*
    wait for tho mourner himielf
    to open the conversation?
    This is derived in the Talmud
    (Moed Katan 28b) from a passage
    in the Book of Job (2:13) where
    it is written "So they sat down
    with him on the ground ... and
    none spoke a word unto him; for
    they saw that his grief was very
    great." Subsequently the Bible
    tells us "After this Job opened
    his mouth" (Job 3:1). It was only
    after that that the conversation
    opened up such as it was. It is
    claimed that this is done because
    one of the basic purposes for com-
    forting the mourners is to justify above, or the mountain was lifted
    the judgment of the Almighty. It I over thei heads.
    Why arc all Mitt children called up
    to tho Torah together and cov
    rod with a Tails on Simchas
    Toraht
    Jewish life always wanted to
    demonstrate the fact that the Torah
    belongs td every one^men, women
    and children. Spreading the Talis
    over the children is symbolic of the
    clouds of glory that protected the
    children iof Israel n their trek
    through the wilderness. It is also
    symbolic of the way in which the
    Torah was given when the children
    of Israel were at the foot of Mt.
    Sinai and the clouds appeared
    E. Andrews ave. Reform. Rabbi
    Richard M. Leviton.
    Friday i*:l"' p.m. Sermon: "The Re-
    ligious School Today." Faculty
    members ( Religious Bohool will be]
    honored.
    HEBREW ACADEMY. 2400 Pinetree
    dr. Orthodox. Rabbi Alexander S.
    Gross.
    Mid Mrs. Berl Orayson.
    TEMPLE TIFERETH JACOB. 951
    Flamingo Way. Conservative. Rabbi
    Hvman Gross. Cantor Jack Lerner.
    Klein.
    Friday vr> p.m. At Onea simbbat
    following services, u-ifts will be l>re-
    sented to the "Motner <>f the Year.
    Saturda] '' am.
    HIALEAH REFORM JEWISH CON-
    GREGATION. 555 W. 49th St., F
    lean Reform.
    ISRAELITE CENTER. 3175 SW 25th
    St. Conservative. Rabbi Morton
    Malavsky. Cantor Louis Cohen.
    Friday 1:15 p.m. Saturday S:tO a.m.
    Sermon: "Portion of the Week." Bar
    Mitzvah: Martin, son of Mr. and Mrs,
    Jaek Ilursuk.
    KNESETH ISRAEL. 1415 Euclid ave.
    Orthodox. Rabbi David Lehrfieid.
    Cantor Abraham Seif.
    MINYONAIRES. 37S7 Bird rd. Mod-
    ern Traditional.
    ----
    OHEV SHALOM. 911 Normandy dr.
    Orthodox. Rabbi Phineas Weber-
    man.
    SOUTHWEST CENTER. S438 SW ith
    St. Conservative. Rabbi Maurice
    Klein.
    TEMPLE AOATH YE8HURUN. 1026
    NE 183rd st.. Miami Gardens rd.
    Rabbi Jonah E. Caplan. Cantor
    Morris Berger.
    Friday 8:15 p.m. Sermon: "Use and
    Abuse." Saturday it a.m.
    TEMPLE BETH AM. 5950 N. Kendall
    dr., So. Miami. Reform. Rabbi
    Herbert Baumgard. Cantor Charles
    Kodner.
    Friday 8:30 p.m. Sermon: "People
    Who Have Given Me Faith." Sen-
    ior class of the Religious School will
    be honored. Saturday 11 :U a.m.
    Bar Mitzvah: Lurry, son of Dr. and
    Mrs. lleiilien Sorkln.
    TEMPLE BETH EL OF HOLLY-
    WOOD: 1351 S. 14 sve. Reform
    Rabbi Samuel Jaffe.
    TEMPLE BETH SHIRAH. Suniland
    Hall. 11539 So. Dixie hwy. Recon-
    structionist. Rabbi Morris Skop
    Cantor Herman Gottlieb.
    ---- ----
    TEMPLE BETH SHOLEM of Holly-
    wood. 1725 Monroe St. Conservative
    TEMPLE ZAMORA. 44 Zamora ave.
    Rabbi Herschel Brooks. Cantor Ben
    Dickson.
    ' I Friday 8:18 p.m. Bermon: "The Laws
    I on Mt. Sinai. A Way of Life to our
    children." Students of the Religious
    School will be honored. Saturday 8:45
    ;i in. Bermon: "Laws We Cannot
    Nationalize."
    TEMPLE ZION. 5720 SW 17th St.
    Conservative. Rabbi Alfred Wax-
    man. Cantor Seymour Hinkes.
    Fridav x:H> p.m. Sermon: "Laws and
    Statutes." Saturday 9:30 a.m. Bar
    Mitzvah: Alan, son of Mr. and Mrs.
    David Cypress.
    ----
    TIFERETH ISRAEL. 6500 N. Mlsml
    ave. Conservative. Rabbi Henry
    Wernick. Cantor Albert Glantz.
    Fridav S:30 p.m. Sermon: "The Fu-
    ture Belongs to Whom?" Oneg Shab-
    bat host: Sisterhood. Saturday 9 a.m.
    Sermon: "l'ortion of the Week."
    YEHUDAH MOSHE. 13630 W. Dixie
    hwy. Conservative. Rabbi Morten
    Shalowitz. Cantor Maurice Neu.
    Friday 8:15 p.m. Saturday 9 a.m.
    Bar Mltsvah: Arthur, son of Mr. and
    Mrs. Allan Swers.
    YOUNG ISRAEL. 990 NE 171 St.
    Orthodox. Rabbi Sherwin Stauber.
    Fridav :30 p.m. Saturday 9 a.m.
    Bermon: "Re Strong and Steadfast."
    Mlncha 6:30 p.m.
    TEMPLE B'NAI
    NE 167th St.
    Zwitman.
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    Page 15-A
    LEGAL NOTICE
    NOTICE UNDER
    FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
    SOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
    . mid, signed. deairMg to rnnnev
    h inine. under the fictitious name
    \A INSTANT AUTO INBUROR*
    1727 N W. Till Street, Ml:imi. Ha..
    register said iianii- with
    ,. cier* of Hip Circuit Court of
    nil Cow tv, Florida.
    VTK18SUN COLE INSURANCE
    AGENCY, INC
    4/26, .',:!. in. 17
    NOTCE BY PUBLICATION
    IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
    LEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN
    AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
    FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY,
    No. 63C 646
    lilNA WILKINSON,
    I'lair.: .:,
    >HS D WLD WILKINSON,
    |..-fer '..lit.
    SUIT FOR DIVORCE
    IOHN DONALD WILKINSON
    ;,%i Hoover street
    - i -mcles >.. California
    y JOHN Donald WILKINSON
    herel -.tif"I*1 that a 1JIII of t'utn-
    aint for Divorce has been filed
    aaist : I, and VOU ate required to
    fve a copy of your Answer ot
    sailing to tho I'.ill of Complaint on
    I'lal -111'~ Bttorney, sa.mi'ki,
    .KTCHER, 261) !Oth Street. Miami
    I, Klurldn ami fil<< the orig-
    Anewer or Pleading In the office
    the Cleric of the circuit Court on
    ' rfon the 10th day of May, 1MI,
    i f. I to do so. judgment by de-
    lull will be taken against you for
    Mli demanded in the win of
    iilali
    Thin m shall be published once
    v.. > for four consecutive weeks
    THE JEW ISH FLORIDIAN.
    >XE AND ORDERED at Miami,
    i.la, thla 12th day of April, A.D.
    LEATHERMAN, Clerk.
    I nit Court, Dude County. Florida
    l:> K. M 1.Y.MAN.
    I'.putv Clerk
    ivrKl, FLETCHER
    ">th Street
    i'.. h M, I'l.u kta
    ites : Plaintiff
    4/15-26. :./3-t0
    THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
    IN A*.D FOR DADE COUNTY.
    FLORIDA IN PROBATE
    NO. 59193C
    HE: Estate of
    l.\ltiX*TTB DEMOPOULOS
    I >. <....~. d.
    NOTICE TO CREDITORS
    Ml Creditors and All Persons ltav-
    I'laiD.-. or Demands Against Said
    Bate;
    u >r bare by notified and re-
    il to present KB}' claims- and dc-
    |nd whlcli you may bave against
    nutate of CHARI/OTTB DEMO-
    V l.'i.-' deceased late of l>ADK
    limy, Florida, to the County Judges
    llmde < oiiniy, and file th,- BUM in
    (U< and as provided in Section
    |.1. Florida Statutes, in their of-
    iu th- County Courthouse in
    nty, Florida, within six cal-
    r months frmJ-thr time of the
    T puhlb-atlon hereof, or th, same
    be burred.
    ued at Miami. Florida, this vh
    of Api II. AH UM
    '.'I'lloNV BZARYC
    \- Administrator
    ml y iblleation of this notice on
    .... of April, IMS,
    >RGB mcii. U.AS
    Administrator
    W .hi Av .Miami. Fla
    I H, ". S-RM"
    NOTICE UNDER
    FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
    ili .: IS HEREBY U1VEN that
    undersigned, desiring to engage
    lne under tin- fictitious name
    I HERN CLINICAL LABORA-
    n nt I4M Washinton Avenne,
    I ...h. Via., intends to regie -
    id n ime witli the Clerk of the
    it Court of Dade County, Flo:-
    'AYNF. MEDICAL
    LABORATORIES, inc.
    U .1 Kothenbanr, President
    / K. B. Shouger, Secretary
    "'N'OVITSt, SILVER *.- SCIIER
    for Li-ea-ue Medical
    ii ll R, Inc.
    -viii Bid.. Miami, Fla.
    A Ol
    4/28. 6/1. 10, 17
    NOTICE UNDER
    FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
    TICB IS HJEREBT GIVEN that
    ii'.-:-: signed, desiring to engage
    i-ini-- under the fictitious name
    IMKDIA ASSOCIATES at MM Dis-
    l< ill vard, Miami, Florida. In-
    to register said name with the
    i :he Circuit Court of Dade
    Florida.
    RIISCATKE MEDICAL
    LABORATORIES, INC.
    i.i": d Rotbenberg, PreeMent
    I: I! Stlousar, Secretary
    tONOVlTZ, SII.VKK 4 BCHER
    rneya for BJecayne Medical
    t -. Inc.
    Ainsle. Building. Miami. Fla
    4 M. 5/3. 10. 17
    DAYBHU
    BY HENRY IE0NARD
    "You got me all wrong, Sam. It's not that I want
    to join ... it's that I want the RIGHT to REFUSE!"
    Cr. 1A3. Doymj Production!
    LEGAL NOTICE
    IN THE CIRCUIT COUHT OF THE
    11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
    FOR DADE COUNTY FLORIDA
    IN CHANCERY
    No. 3C 4279 (Cullen)
    HO YD K. HICK MAN,
    Plaint iff.
    -VH-
    JESSIK MARI.ENE HICKMAN.
    defendant.
    NOTICE OF SUIT FOR DIVORCE
    TO: JESSIE MARLENE HICKMAN
    Defendant
    lir.7 Venetian Drive, S.W.
    Atlanta, Georgia
    YOr, JESSIE MARLENE HICK-
    MAN. are hereby notified that a Bill
    of Complaint for Divorce has I.....n
    filed attainst you, nnd you are re-
    quired to serve a OOpy of your An-
    swer to the Kill of Complaint on the
    Plaintiff's Attorney, HANMHtD M
    SWEHDI.IN, 2S1 Security Trust
    KulldinK. Miami .11*. Florida, and file
    the nrlirlnal Answer or Pleadlnfc in
    the office o( the Clerk af the Cir-
    cuit Court on or before the 27th day
    of May, lOli::. If you fnil to do so.
    judgment by default will be taken
    against you for the relief demanded
    in the BUI of Complaint.
    DONE AND ORDERED at Miami.
    Florida, this 21 th day of April. A.D.
    13.
    E. B. LEATHERMAN
    Clerk, Circuit Court
    Miami. Dade County. Florida
    By: C. P. COPELAND
    Deputy Clerk
    4/M, 5/S, 10. 17.
    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 W'EINEK,
    Plaintiff.
    * Vs.
    Tl LOUIS VVKINEK.
    Defendant.
    SUIT FOR D VORCE
    TO: LOriS WEINEIl
    c/o (Seneral Delivery
    New York City. New York
    You. LOI'IS WEINEK. are hereby
    in.tiri.mI that a Bill of Complaint for
    Divorce has been filed aicalnst you,
    and you are required to serve a copy
    of vour Answer or Pleading to the
    Bill of Complaint on the Plaintiff's
    attorney, SOL ALEXANDER. One
    Lincoln Road BulkMnf, Miami Beach,
    Florida, and fll" the original Answer
    or Pleading In the offl......f the Clerk
    of the Circuit Court on or before the
    Mli day of May. 1H6::. If you fail to
    do so. Judgment by default will he
    tak.-n against you for the relief de-
    niaii'l.il In the Hill of Complaint.
    This notice shall he puMI.-hed once
    .ach week for four ponaecutlv* weuka
    In THE JEWISH FIX>RID!AN.
    DONE AND ORDERED at Miami,
    Florida, this Mrd day of April, A.D.
    i: w i.i: vTHBRMAN, Cleric,
    circuit c.....t, Dade County. Florida
    Bj I SNEBDBN.
    Deputy Clerk
    .'. ",. 10. IT, II
    LEGAL NOTICE
    THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
    IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
    FLORIDA IN PROBATE
    No. 59282-B.
    |Rh: Batata of
    " ll.l.IAM SHANE
    Uceased.
    NOTICE TO CREDITORS
    All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
    1 lalmi or Demaiuls Against Said
    late;
    ou are hereby notified and re-
    "I to i r.s,nt any claims and de-
    ld which yon may have agalnet
    tale ,.f WILLIAM SHANE de-
    |S'il Lite of Dade County. Florida.
    Itiie County Judges of Dade Coun-
    h'Tiil file the same in duplicuto and
    [P'ovided in Section 733.16. Florida
    j* lte, in tjielr offices In the Coun-
    I' onrthouaa In Dade County. Flor-
    Ithln six calendar months from
    time of the Hrst publication h.ie-
    "e name will be barred.
    BUed m Miami, Florida, this Mtfa
    l April, A.D IMS,
    NORMAN A SHANE
    uff AaHkecutor
    I'J'-liT I. WEINTRACB
    1 ^ CR18TOL
    "'< urltj Tr i
    rid i
    Criatol
    Exx -..r
    10-17 :'l
    NOTICE BY.PUBLICATION
    IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
    ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
    FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
    COUNTY. IN CHANCERY,
    No. 63C 4351
    HELEN ELIZABETH POINTER,
    . Plaintiff,
    vs.
    IllT.ERT I. POINTER.
    Defendant,
    SUIT FOR DIVORCE
    TO: Hl'BlSRT l POINTER
    Addreei I'nlinowu __
    You. IH'BEKT L. POINTER, are
    herebv notified that B Bill of Com-
    plaint for invoice has been filed
    again-t voii, anil you are required to
    serve a c.py of your Answer or
    Pleading to the Kill of Complaint on
    th- Plaintii'l"s attorney. Angelo A. All.
    400 Alnsley P.ldg.. Miami 32. FlorWa
    and file the original Answer or Plead-
    Inir in the office of the Clerk of the
    Circuit Court on or before the Sith
    dav of May. 19M. If you fall to do
    so." judgment by default will be taken
    against you for the relief demanded
    In the Hill of Complaint.
    This notice shall In- published once
    euch week for four consecutive weeks
    In THE JEWISH PLORIDIAN.
    DONE AND ORDERED at Miami.
    Florida, this Mrd day of April. A.D.
    B. B. LEATHERMAN, Clerk.
    Circuit Conn. Dade County. Florida
    Deputy Clerk
    (seal) By: C. P. CoPELAND
    ANC.ELO A Al.l _
    Ilia Alnsley Bldg., Miami J2. Fla.
    Attorney for Plaintiff ( ;:.\n-\;
    NOTICE OF SUIT
    or
    ORDER OF PUBLICATION
    IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
    ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
    FLORIDA, IN AND FOR DADE
    COUNTY. IN CHANCERY
    No 63C 4651
    ARTHIR JASON ARONSON,
    Plaintiff,
    vs.
    LORRAINE ARONSON.
    Defendant. _
    SUiT FOR DIVORCE
    TO: I/>RIL\INE A RON SON
    c/o Smith
    44 McLelUin Street
    Dorchester. Massachusetts
    You. LORRAINE ARONSON, are
    herebv 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
    Plaintiffs Attorney, C.EORC.K KA8-
    TENBAUM, KSg.. KASTENBALM,
    MAMliER. OOPMAN & EPSTEIN.
    One Lincoln Road Building, Miumi
    Beach. Florida, and flic the original
    Answer or Pleading in the office of
    the Clerk of the Circuit Court on or
    before the Ird day of June. is63. if
    vou fall to do so. judgment by de-
    fault will be taken against you for
    the relief demanded in the Bill of
    Complaint.
    This notice shall he published once
    each week for four consecutive weeaa
    in THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN.
    DONE AND ORDERED at Miami.
    Ke.luia. tins -Ita oa> ol April, A.U.
    l'.oi::
    E. B. LEATHERMAN. Cl< rk,
    Circuit Coin t, Dane County. Florida
    (aaal) i;> K m i.yman
    l leputy clerk
    QBOROE KASTENBAI M, Esq.
    Rautenbaum, Mamber, Qopman
    tt BJpstein
    Attorney for Plaintiff .
    5 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 2676
    CNPEAN ANDREWS,
    Plaintiff,
    vs.
    JOSEPH It. HENNENFENT and
    MATTHEW E. D1CIACCO,
    Defendants.
    TO: Joseph B. HENNENFENT
    MBS Berdon street
    Woodland Hills, California
    You, JOSEPH B. HENNENFENT,
    are hereby notified that a Hill of Com-
    plaint has la-en tiled ae.ain.-t you, and
    you are required to serve a copy of
    your Answer or Pleading to the BID
    of Complaint on the Plaintiff's attor-
    ney, MONROE DIXON, 17*0 Coral
    Way, Miami, Florida ami file -the
    original Answer or Pleading in the
    /ffic.. of tin- cierk of the Circuit
    Court on or before the 27th day of
    May, 1S"3. If you fail to .In so, judg-
    ment by default will he taken against
    you for the relief demanded In the
    Bill of Complaint.
    This notice shall ho published once
    each week for four consecutive weeks
    in THE JEWISH ELoRIDlAN.
    DONE AND ORDERED at Miami,
    Florida, this 22nd day of April, A.D.
    IMS.
    B. P.. LEATHERMAN. Clerk.
    Circuit Court. Dade County. Florida
    (seal) By; K. M I.YMAN,
    Deputy ch-rk
    Ml INROE DIXoN
    1790 Coral Way, Miami, Fla.
    Attorney for Plaintiff
    4 2L. :. :'.. 10. 17
    NOTICE UNDER
    FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
    NoTll'E IS HEREBY GIVEN that
    the undersigned, desiring to engage In
    business under the fictltlous_ name of
    Ctaig's Camera Center at ..li.> fc.vt.
    M Avenue. South Miami. Florida In-
    tends to register said num.- withi the.
    Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dido
    County! Horida. ,,..-..
    SAMUEL R I'ANOW
    Shevin. Ooodman .- Holtzinaii
    By: Svlvan N. Holtaniun
    Attorney for Samuel R. Danow
    346 Scvl.nld Building
    Miami 32. Florida c/3.,0-17-i
    NOTICE UNDER
    FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
    NOTICE IS HEREBY tilVl.N that
    the undersigned, desiring to engage
    In business under tho fictitious name
    of KEL MUSIC SALES at 4". S.E.
    loth Ct., lltnleah, Fla.. Intends to
    register said name with the Clerk of
    the Circuit Court of Dado County,
    Florida. ._.
    TONE DISTRIBUTORS, INC.
    4/26. a/3. 10. 17
    NOTICE UNDER
    FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
    NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
    the undersigned, desiring to engage
    iu business under the fictitious name
    of INSTANT ACTOMOB11.E LIABIL-
    ITY INSURANCE at 1727 N.W. 7th
    Street. Miami. Fla.. Intends to regis-
    ter said name with the Clerk bl the
    Circuit Court of Dade County, Flor-
    "atkisson & cole INSURANCE
    AGENCY, INC
    4/26. R/3. 10. 17
    NOTICE UNDER
    FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
    NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
    the undersigned, desiring to engage
    In business under the fictitious name
    of BKANDE1S INVESTORS at 1150
    S.W. 1st Street. Miami. Florida, in-
    tend to register said name with the
    Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
    County. Floridu. ..__ .
    STANLEY C. MYERS
    LOCUS HEIMAN
    LJiON KAPLAN
    1/26. 5/3. 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
    MARJORIE I.. MASON,
    Plaintiff
    vs.
    l'.i IBERT II. MAS. IN,
    I vfenilant.
    AMENDED SUIT FOR DIVORCE
    Ti Ii Hi IBERT II. M A Si IN
    You. ROBERT H MASON, are here-
    by unified thai a Bill Of Complaint for
    Divorce has been fried against you,
    and .Mill are required to Wrve a copy
    of vour Answer or Pleading to the
    Bill of Complaint on the Plaintiffs
    attorney. NEAI. ,1. DUNN, 514 Ansley
    Building, Miami, Florida anil file the
    original Answer or Pleading In the
    office of the Clerk of the Circuit
    Court on or before the 27th day of
    May. IMS. If you fall to do so. Judg-
    ment by default will he taken against
    vou for the relief demanded in the
    Bill of Complaint.
    This notice shall lie published once
    each week for four consecutive weeks
    in THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN.
    DONE AND ORDERED at Miami.
    Florida, this 23rd day of April, A.D.
    1963.
    E. B. LEATHERMAN, Clerk.
    Circuit Court. Dade County. Florida
    (seal) By: K. M. LYMAN,
    Deputy Clerk
    NEAI, J. DUNN
    .".14 Alnsley Building
    Miami. Florida
    Attorney for Plaintiff
    4/26. 5/3. 10. 17
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    LEGAL NOTICE
    NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
    IN THF C'RCUIT COURT OF THE
    ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
    FLOR.DA IN AND FOR DADE
    COUNTY. IN CHANCERY,
    No. 63C 4719
    BERTA M. MACHIN,
    Plaintiff.
    Vs.
    ARMANI hi MACHIN,
    Defendant.
    SUIT FOR DIVORCE
    TO: ARMANI n I MACHIN
    ::!.* Auilulion Avenue
    New York City, New York
    Yon, ARMANDO MACHIN". are
    hereby notified that a BUI 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 Hill of Complaint on the
    Plaintiffs attorney. Sanford L. Much-
    nick, 220 71st Street. Miami Beach
    41. Horida and file the original An-
    swer or Pleading In the office of the
    Clerk of the Circuit Court on or be-
    fore the Ird day of June, IM3. If you
    fall to do so, Judgment by default Will
    be taken against you for the iIi- f
    demanded in the Bill of complaint.
    This notice shall be published once
    each week for four consecutive weeka
    in THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN.
    DONE AND ORDERED at Miami.
    Florida, this 1st day of May. A.D.
    LNt.
    E B, LEATHERMAN. Cleric,
    Circuit Court. Dade County. Florida
    is.ali By: K. M. LYMAN.
    Deputy Clerk
    r, ::-in-i7-2i
    NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
    IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
    ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
    FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
    COUNTY. IN CHANCERY,
    No. 3C 4716
    MARJORIE Sl'ZANNE REIS,
    Plaintiff,
    vs.
    FRED W. REIS,
    Defendant.
    SUIT FOR DIVORCE
    TO: PRED W. REIS '
    0 o Stanley Slrntln
    Au. de Valmont 2l)
    Lausanne, Switzerland
    Ton, PRED W REls. are hereby
    notified that a Bill of Complaint for
    Divorce has been filed against you.
    and you arc required to aerve a cop)
    of vour Answer or Pleading to the
    I'.iii of Complaint on the Plaintifi
    attorney, Sanford L. Muchnlck, a
    Stolar a Muchnlck, M0 Tist strei
    Miami Beach II, Florida and file the
    original Anawer or Pleading in the
    offli e of the cierk of the Circuit Court
    on or in!..re the Srd da> of June, IMS
    If vou fail to do so. Judgment by de-
    fault will be liken against you fi t
    the relief demanded in the Bill o(
    Complaint
    This notice shall be published onci
    each week for tour consecutive weeks
    in THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
    DONE AND ORDERED al Miami,
    Florida, this 1st day of Mas, A.D
    IMS.
    E. B. LEATHERMAN, Clerk.
    Circuit Court, Dade County, Florida
    (aeai) By: k H, LYMAN,
    DepuU Clerk
    :, ::-i"-i7--Ji
    NOTICE UNDER
    FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
    NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVKN that
    the undersigned, desiring to engage
    i PU.METTO FARMER* -?K
    KRT a JMI N u ,":;nl s"'*", M,M"
    !:,'' i-anii-ns. Florida. Intend to reg-
    ister said name with
    the Circuit Court of
    ''"V'l'i'i-P.I'T OP PLORIDA, INC.
    RICH Mil I. OF FLORIDA. INC.
    J\Y iVl'.T CORPORATION
    003 DulVtnl Plata Center,
    Miami r_\ Florida ____
    W\l TMAN, COHEN ROBERTS
    Attorney! foi Vppllcant
    BJ IRVINO TALTMANs ^ ,. (
    the Clerk of
    Dade Coiint.N,
    NOTICE UNDER
    FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
    NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that
    th. undersigned, desiring to engage
    In business under the fictitious nanie
    of Mrs. M. at I>nde County, Florida.
    intends to register said name with
    the Clerk of the Circuit Court ot
    Dade County, Florida. ___
    SEABOARD (SENURAL CORP.
    (a Delaware Corporation)
    Sole owner
    4/26. 5/3. 10. 17.
    NOTICE UNDSR
    FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
    NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
    the undersigned, desiring to engage
    in business under the fictitious name
    of Mr. M. ot Dade County. Florida.
    Intends to register said nunie with
    the Clerk of the Circuit Court of
    Dade County, Florida.
    SEABOARD GENERAL CORP.
    (a Delaware Corporation)
    Bole owner
    4 16, V in, 17.
    NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
    IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
    ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
    FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
    COUNTY. IN CHANCERY,
    No. 62C 10B44
    LOTTIE PEBOCSON,
    Plaintiff,
    CLAD1CS FERGUSON,
    Defendant,
    SUIT FOR DIVORCE
    TO: CLADII'S FERC.CSON
    Residence unknown
    You. CLADII'S FKRC.CSON. 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 01
    Pleading to the Bill of Complaint on
    the plaintiff's Attorney, LAW OF-
    FICES OF I. STANLEY I,BV1NE.
    900 Southwest Second Avenue, Miami
    :t6. Florida (PR 1-1681) and fib the
    original Answer or Pleading In the
    office of the Clerk of the Circuit Court
    on or before the JTth day of May.
    lfW. If you fall to do so. Judgment
    by default will be taken against you
    for the relief demanded In the Bill Of
    Complaint.
    This notice shall be published once
    each week for four consecutive weeks
    In THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN.
    DONE AND ORDERED nt Miami.
    Florida, this Ittfa day of April. A.D.
    1963.
    B. P. LEATHERMAN, Clerk,
    circuit Court, pule County, Florida
    (seal) Bj : K. M I.Y.MAN.
    DepuD clerk
    Law i Ifflces of I Stanley \.,'\ In*
    tinii Southwest Second Avenue
    Miami 36, Florida I FR I-1M1)
    Attorne) for Pin
    Bj : i.i b H Ll< berman
    i 26, .',-iri-iT
    NOTICE OF APPLICATION
    FOR TAX DEED
    Chapter S0722 Acti of 141
    File AA-20979
    NOTICE IS HKREP.Y GIVEN that
    106 Corporation holder of County Ta\
    Sale Certificate No. (Ml issued the
    1st dav of June. A.D. IM1, has filed
    same In mv office, and has made ap-
    plication for a tax deed to be issued
    thereon. Said Certificate embraces the
    following described property In the
    Countv of Dade, State of Florida, to.
    wit: _
    Lota 5 & 6 Block 14, Coconut Crov.
    Sec llirt 1 of Coral Hahles. Plat
    Hook 14 Page 2.".. In the County ol
    Dade, State of Florida.
    The assessment of said properti tin-
    der the said certificate was In tho
    name of: Samuel Emllch.
    Unless satd certificate shall be re-
    deemed according to law. the prop-
    ertv described herein will be sold t'-
    the' highest biddei at the Court House
    door on the first Mnnda) in the month
    of June. m::. which is the Srd day ol
    June, IMS.
    Dated this Sf*h dav or April, ms.
    E P. LEATHERMAN.
    Clerk Of Circuit Court.
    Pp.lr. Cen"V vn,,-t^H
    (seal) By: R. M. LEEPER.
    ,1-inlll v.lelr.
    r,'j-tn-t7-24
    NOTICE UNDER
    FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
    NOTICE IS HEREBY RIVEN that
    the undersigned, desiring to engage
    In business under the fictitious name
    Of ALI .STATES RON DING CO. at
    1727 N.W. 7th Street. Miami, Fla..
    Intends to register said name with
    the Clerk of the Circuit Court of
    I>ade Countv. Florida.
    ATKISSON A COI.F. INSURANCE
    AGENCY, INC
    4/26. m, 10. 17
    NITICE UNDER
    FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
    NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
    the undersigned, desiring to engagi
    in business under the fictitious name
    of ELI S yr.VI.ITY KOSHER MEAT
    - POULTRY al IS21 Washington
    Ave., Miami Beach, Florida, Intend
    to register said nun, with the Clerk
    Of the Circuit Court of 11 lib Coun-
    l v, I- i>.i nla
    ELI PEDER
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    Judea Men Elect Jacobson
    president]
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    Dr. K:i Kogar
    _, for the 1963*4 year at a recent
    Testpie Jodea ejected the foi -'^^f^- tarn Stem: seeretar) Strir*
    fixers of the Men's
    President. Albert Jacobaon: nee


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    Israeli Released on Bail
    By Swiss Government
    Continued from P*y 1-A
    ed. ae called on the chief prosecu-
    tor of the Swiss canton where be
    was detained, thanking the effi
    Bill ? Check Gtrmin Scientists
    In Egypt Prepared in Be->r
    BONN JTA The draft of a bill
    to require express Government
    permission to West German na-
    tionals to participate in overseas
    work on certain types of weapons
    and rocket? has been completed
    for iliniimnn to Parliament, it
    was disclosed here
    The draft was prepared b; i
    Parliamentary comraiission repre-
    senting the three West German
    political parties The permission
    would be required for such work
    on atomic, bacterial and chemical
    weapons and on rockets and viola-
    tion would be punishable.
    tor the treatment he had received
    in ;iil It was learned that be had
    Israel Builds
    Border Security
    Continued from "? 1-A
    here and official Israeli source*
    said they do not know where be
    u now
    HiMil :' a. ascertained
    that Prof Otto Jukeuk. ar. Ajs-
    trisa scientist arrested with Ben-
    Gal and also accused by the West
    Germans of complicity in the
    threatening of another scientist, is
    still in jaii at Lonhof. near Basle
    He. too. has applied for release on
    ba-L but nil bail application will
    be decided by tne criminal court
    here early nest meek
    Paper Executives
    At Conference
    Harry Genet and Irving Genet
    president and vice president of
    Dade Paper Co.. attended the **h
    annual convention of the National
    Paper Trsde Assn in New Yorfc
    at the Americana Hotel.
    The association is made up of
    1.100 paper distributor-wholesalers
    bo are responsible for the sale
    of more than S3.4 billion of print-
    ing and industrial paper products
    each year
    region only meant denying defen- g H/^jJ^n Speaker
    sire weapons to Israel.
    Mr. Ben-Gunon said he was con-
    fident the United States President
    will understand that, under the
    present cireamstances Israel had
    no alternative bat to engage in all-
    out increase of the deterrent pow-
    er of its armed forces
    Westbrooke Country- Clubs Wis-
    dom Workshop, a twice-a-mont*
    lecture group, celebrated its first
    anniversary last week. Sheldon
    Kay president of We-stbrooke. was
    '. speaker at the anniversary
    wain
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    Mssiilmm of United Fund's newly-formed Miami Beach Advis-
    ory Council are seated (left to right) Charles L Clements Jr..
    acting chairman; Mrs. James I. Keller and Gen. E. A. Evans.
    1963 fall campaign chairman. Standing are Arthur H. Cour-
    shon, Baron de Hirsch Meyer and Max Orovitz. Other mem-
    bers not shown are Metro Commissioner Alex Gordon. Mrs.
    Clifford Runsell and William D. Pawiey.
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    oman s
    "World
    Pioneer Women Plan Series Events
    Golda Meir Chapter of Pioneer The Child Rescue Fund will also
    Women will have its annual cruise benefit from a card party and so-
    Sunday on the yacht "Seven Seas,"
    "dfewisli Floridian
    cial held by Kadimah Chapter at
    Beth El Congregation on Saturday
    evening.
    Chairman of the event is Mrs.
    Lillie Cohen. Committee includes
    that the chapter will hold a lunch-1 Mrs. Teenie Dcutsch. Mrs. Leah
    eon on Wednesday at the home of Friedson, Mrs. Bill Gruber, Mrs.
    Mrs. Leo Plotkin. Proceeds ear-1 Milton Kessler. Mrs. S. Max Mach-
    leaving at 5 p.m. Mrs. Pearl
    Krieger is chairman.

    Mrs. Sam Davis, president, Coral
    Gables Chapter, has announced
    Miami, Florida, Friday, May 17, 1963
    - marked for the Child Rescue Fund. | tei, Mrs. Florence Pieros.
    Section B
    Name d "Honor Mothers of the Year" at Temple Beth Sholom's
    annun. Mother's Day services, Saturday, May 11, are (left to
    right) Mrs. Philip Davis, vice president PTA; Mrs. Irving Kush-
    man, president PTA, and Mrs. lack B. Shapiro, Sisterhood
    boa;: member.
    Thinking Cap' Workshop Theme of
    Nat I Council Jewish Women Board
    Asthmatic Chapter
    Inducts Tuesday
    Installation luncheon of the
    Breath of Life Chapter, Children's
    Asthma Research Institute Hospi-
    tal, will be held on Tuesday, noon.
    May 28, at Holiday Inn, Coral
    Gables.
    Incoming officers for 1963-64, to
    be installed by Mrs. Herbert Kuvin
    are: Mrs. Marvin Sokolow, pres-
    ident; Mrs. Eugene Rosenthal,
    Mrs. Robert Purish. Mrs. Edward
    Peyser and Mrs. Sam Ostrowsky,
    vice presidents; Mrs. Murray Mar-
    cus, recording secretary; Mrs.
    Jerome Lundy and Mrs. Lawrence
    Scherr corresponding secretaries;
    Mrs. Herman Alexander, financial
    secretary; Mrs. Lloyd Gardner,
    treasurer, and Mrs. Leo Braver-
    man, auditor.
    Chairmen of the luncheon are
    Mrs. Martin Shankman and Mrs.
    Sam Ostrowskv.
    ,,.b. j ALIIE
    by ISABEL GROVE
    Busy young matron Mrs. Ger-
    ald (Roz) Soltz off to Atlanta
    with the eldest of her four mop-
    pets, 10-year-old Bonnie, to at-
    tend the Bar Mitzvah of godson.
    Jay Tinter Son of Annette
    and the late Stanley Tinter, for-
    merly of Miami, Jay will have
    his three older brothers to guide
    him through the ceremony next
    Saturday Another milestone
    to be celebrated during the visit,
    same natal day for Bonnie and
    the Bar Mitzvah .
    Another devoted aunt. Rose
    Kelemer in Rochester, N.Y., to
    attend several Bar Mitzvahs, in
    particular, the celebration for
    nephew Philip, son of Rose's sis-
    ter and brother-in-law. the Paul
    Schulmans of L'tica.
    *
    Mrs. Charles K. Stahl has bid
    a temporary adieu to son Mich
    ael and wife Adrienne who have
    left for a seven week tour of the
    Continent ....
    All the way from Beverly
    Hills. Calif., Rose and Max Mor-
    genbesser here for a three week
    visit with his sister Mrs. Rose
    Cahn and her family Local
    relatives are Rose Cahn's daugh-
    ter. Mrs. LH Blasberg. grandson
    Larrie Blasberg and wife Ar-
    Continued on Page 5-B
    MM. RAYMOND RUBIN
    North Shore JWV
    Auxiliary to Meet
    Mi- x.i Spielberg, president will
    conduct a regular meeting of the
    Jewisl War Veterans and Ladies
    Auxil:.-..; North Shore Post 677.
    on Wednesday evening at Wash-
    ington Federal Savings and Loan
    Bldf. -) Normandy Isle.
    The post's iirst junior division
    will bi instituted and installed bv
    Mrs. Edward Levine. president, Dc-
    partnu-nt of Florida, during the
    meet in;..
    Department chairman for the
    Junior Division is Mrs. Max
    LeVaK and Mrs Max Gold is
    Auril'i y president.
    "A Thinking Cap Looks Good on
    Every Woman" was the theme of
    the recent board workshop of the
    Greater Miami Section of the Na-
    tional Council of Jewish Women.
    I.cld at Temple Israel. Mrs. Ray-
    mond R. Rubin, section president,
    (haired the opening plenary, with
    Mrs Jeon C. Lehman giving the
    invocation. Giant-sized flamingo
    pink hat. made by Mis. Bernard
    Abel of Coral Division, hung over
    the podium to give literal express
    ion to the theme.
    "Council/' said Mrs. Rubir in
    her opening remarks, "is a pot-
    ent force for good overseas,
    throughout the nation, and in
    our own community. It behooves
    us then, to know what we rm,
    where we are going, and what
    we must do to get there."
    The plenary was devoted to an
    exposition on structure of the or-
    ganization with Mrs. Stanley C.
    Myers, national vice president,
    speaking on the role of the NCJW.
    and Mrs. Aaron Farr, former
    Southern Interstate Regional pres-
    ident, explaining the role of the
    intermediate structure. Miss Grace
    Goodman, National's Southern In-
    terstate Regional field secretary
    was introduced to the more than
    200 board members assembled at
    the morning meeting.
    Program following lunch includ-
    ed a demonstration of good pro-
    gramming highlighting a section
    project, and singing and dancing
    skit written by Shores vice presi
    dent, Mrs. Kurt Wallach. "Shad
    ows of a Dream," featuring Coun-
    cil's aid to handicapped children.
    Beth Am Young Married
    Plans Series of fvenfs
    Newly formed Young Married
    Couples Group of Temple Beth Am
    will meet on Saturday evening.
    May 25. for a bowling party. Mich-
    ael Wexler. president of the group,
    will act as chairman.
    Max Raskin, newly elected pres
    ident of the Brotherhood, an
    nounces that a Blood Bank drive
    will be held on Sunday morning,
    at the Temple from 9 to 12.
    Leon Fisher, director of the
    Jewish Family and Children's ser-
    vice, will lead a lecture-discussion
    group for parents of teenagers on
    Monday evening. The series is
    sponsored by the Beth Am adull
    education committee.
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    Friday. May 17. 1963
    Chai Chapter Ladies To Install Tuesday
    Annual installation of Chai Chap-
    ter. B'nai B'nth Women, will be
    neW at the DeauviUe Hotel on
    Tuesday at 7:30 p.m
    Hessing the <0ate. Mi* Helen
    SiKerstein vill be installed as
    Dais :^eu parr^r-pating m the brunch and
    t::-', eei^z c: Fecer:rt.cr. c: Jewish Wom-
    ;:. held Tiurscav May ? -r tie Alc.ers He-
    el Stcr-i^c 1st ; r.gr.: are Mrs. Gerald P.
    Sate Mrs Charles ? Feinberc. cherirmen of
    :be dry Rcberr ? F:;r. director of Com-
    cnec >w-_s- Ac sec I Warren s Division, and
    Mrs. Florence Kappermac. Sealed 'left to
    right* are Mrs, Anna Brenner Meyers, presi-
    dent. Federation of Jewish Women; Mrs. Mil-
    ton Sirlcn; Mrs. Jean C. I .eh man, vice pres-
    ident. Presidents Council: CJA Women's Divis-
    ion chairman Mrs. Inez Krensky. and Mrs. Mil-
    ton Green.
    Presidents Honored at Federation
    Of Jewish Women's Annual Meeting
    of Jewish Wooes *
    the Mfntrs Hotei. Tt.
    Msj
    Mrs Charles P Feinber? *
    chairman of the event, highlight-
    ed by a tribute to community pres-
    idents and women's organizations
    by Mrs Jean C. Lehman.
    Arthur S. Rosichan. executive
    director of the Greater Miami
    Jewish Federation, stressed the
    importar.ee of the presidents' vol-
    untary service to the welfare of
    Federation and the entire Jewish
    community
    Greetings were presented by
    Mrs. Anna Brenner Meyers, pres-
    ident of the Federation of Jewish
    V omen, and the invocation and
    benediction were given by Mrs.
    Irving Lehrman. vice president,
    munity Resources of the Fed
    eration of Jewish Women
    Mrs. Milton Sirkin. program
    cha:rman for the day. introduced
    the program entitled "25 Years
    A Community Comes of Age '
    Panelists were: Sidney Leicourt.
    president of the Greater Miami
    Jewish Federation, who presented
    an overall view of the community;
    Mrs. Dorothy Krieger Fink, who
    traced the growth of service to
    the community by Women's or-
    ganizations and spoke of their fu-
    ture role: and Rabbi Leon Kron-
    District President
    Conducts Ceremony
    Sunshine Chapter B'nai B'nth
    Women will hold Us annual in-
    stallation luncheon on Monday,
    noon. May 20. in the Medallion
    Room of the Americana HoteL
    Mrs Alfred Reich, president
    District 5. will conduct the cere
    mony for the incoming slate head
    ed by Mrs. Meyer Gordon, new
    president
    Reservations chairmain is Mrs
    Charles Milstein.
    is*, tfjritml lender of Temple
    Beth Sbok>m. bo spake on the
    Jewish values and traditions nee
    e-sary for the welfare and tbe
    mature growth of our Jewish
    cemmur. I
    A preview was given of Tnxie
    Levin's -Federation Coloring
    Book, which will be presented at
    tbe 2Sth anniversary annual meet-
    ing at the Seville Hotel. Al Lei-
    bert. radio peTsenality, introduced
    the preview, which presented Mrs.
    Milton WetusJe singing "The Col-
    oring Book Song'' dedicated to the
    Jewish Home for the Aged.
    Chan-men for the day were Mrs
    Milton Green, arrangements: Mrs.
    Jack Abun. hostesses: Mrs. George
    Graham, community education:
    and committee members Mrs
    Florence Kupeerman. Mrs. Sidney
    and Mrs. Sol Silverman
    Pre-Coniirraat'ton Graduation
    Graduation exercise* for pre-
    confirmation das? at Temple Za-
    mora will be held Friday evening
    Rabbi Hersbel Brooks will pre-
    sent boner certificates and Lester
    Shap.ro. chairman of tbe school
    board, will present graduating
    certificates
    Pre-confirmation graduate
    Allen Alweiss. John Charton. Rob-
    ert Kussner. Karen Lefkowitz.
    Naomi Smukler and Steven Schu-
    man.
    Dade Heights Musical
    Presentation this Weekend
    -Guys ana DoU>. Frank Loe
    NT's hit Broadway musical of
    some years ago. will be presented
    ib the round by the Dade Heights
    Jew ish Congregation Theatre
    Group at lei XW lsSrd St.. on
    Saturday and Sunday. Mi) 10 and
    r>. Curtain time for the fund-
    raising show woi be 8 40 p.m.
    Directed by Joe Telles. who was
    director of the Miami Music Thea-
    tre, the four leading rotes in the
    bookahow feature Arthur Bartell.
    Sid Danoff. Sonja Fellman and
    Dolores Miner.
    president, arrt Mrs Ruth C
    a- presidentelect
    Other officers are Mesdarr.-.
    Jack Batata, Herman Ham
    snd Elsie Giurer. vice pre-ic.
    Doris Laschow. treasurer: r>
    Rosen'sal. parliamentarian: Paul
    Gaier. corresponding secretan.
    Malka Frank, recording > -
    Un Paula Tepman. social secre-
    tary Gladys Zimmerman, h.
    ian; Joseph Pollack sentuvl AJ
    Gero. guardian.
    Trustees are Mrs. Esther Ler>
    man. Mrs. Max Kern. Mrs. I
    Rosenthal. Mrs. Ruth Corey Mr-.
    Ida Optner. and Mrs Flora Sin.
    ick. immediate past president,
    counsellor
    Mr* Alfred Reich, chairman of
    District 5. B'nai Brith. will be in-
    stalling officer.
    Chairman of 'he day is Mrs Os.
    car Rosenthal. assisted by Mrs.
    Ruth Corev and Mrs. Helen
    man
    Bikvr Che4im Plans Donor
    Uadieoa at Algiers
    Bikur Chobm Jewi*h Convales-
    cent Home of South Florida will
    hold its annual donor luncheon on
    Wednesday noon, at the Algiers
    Hotel. Mrs. Joseph E Keiser is
    president of tbe organization
    Irving Pietrack's string ensemble
    Mil provide music.
    Newly installed officers of ML Sinai Hospital Women's Aux-
    iliary at a luncheon May 10 at the Fontainebleau are Oeft to
    right vice presidents. Mrs. Yale N. Levinson and Mrs. Mar-
    vin Silvers: Mrs. Leonard A. Wien. president" Mrs. Gari Suss-
    kind, vice president, end Mrs. Philip Lefkow.tz. honorary pres-
    ident.
    A Round of golf at Caesarea
    One rf the wcr'd's great ttucUows in gorfdon is the course at
    Caesarea. the Roman capital of Faiestine, 2,000 years ago.
    Every ir.ch of the ground is historical. Perhaps a Roman coin
    lies under the divot of turf you may take, on your next iron shot
    to the green! Or you may day dream and see a column of Legion*
    naires, marching to the nearby Hippodrome where gladiators
    are fighting for Herod's amusement. Golf? Wake up! It's a
    Simcha at Caesarea,
    The Taste of Yuban Coffee
    Every sip of Yuban is a Simcha in itself because ft fc the world's
    richest coffee. The secret is aged coffee beansaged like the
    best-flavored wines and cheese. Then added to Yuban's blend
    for deep, dark, delicious taste.
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    Friday. May 17. 1963
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    Federation Annual Meeting at Seville
    Will Receive Enthusiastic Reception
    Silver anniversary annual meet-
    ing of the Greater Miami Jewish
    Iteration is scheduled for Sun-
    day evening. May 26, at the Seville
    Hotel.
    A scries of graphic exhibitions
    oi the work of the individual Fed-
    eration agencies will be shown at
    the 6 p.m. cocktail party and re-
    ception preceding the 7 p.m. din-
    ner.
    In addition. Jewish Vocational
    Service. Jewish Family and Chil-
    dren's Service, and the Greater
    Miami Jewish Community Cen-
    ter. Federated agencies, will hold
    special elections at their own an-
    nual meetings prior to the Fed-
    eration gathering.
    Entertainment will feature an
    original musical comedy. "The
    Federation Coloring Book."
    The early response for reser-
    t
    Mrs. Alex Shayewitz. recent-
    ly installed as president of
    the newly chartered Batya
    Chapter, Mixrachi Women's
    Organization of America, will
    conduct a board meeting on
    Tuesday to plan future activ-
    ities and projects of the group.
    vations to the meeting has been
    most enthusiastic;* LeOn Kaplan,
    chairman, stated. "The sigmfic-!
    ance of 25 years of service here!
    and to Jewry throughout the
    world is not lost on the Greater;
    Miami community,'' he added.
    "The founders of the Federa-
    tion, a group of dedicated com-
    munal leaders who met at the
    home of Sam Blank in 1938, to uni-1
    fy the Jewish community and |
    serve the needs of its members, |
    will be honored in a special candle-1
    lighting ceremony at the annual
    meeting," Kaplan announced. "We
    are delighted that so many of
    these men of vision, whose lead- \
    ership of Federation over the
    years has helped it to grow along
    with the Jewish community and
    the Greater Miami community,
    will be accorded this honor." he:
    stated.
    Mrs. Sidney Schwartz is reser-
    vations chairman, and heading the;
    hostess committee is Mrs. Aaron
    Parr. Serving as silver anniver-
    sary hostesses are Mrs. Leonard
    Abess, Mrs. Sidney Ansin. Mrs.
    Barney Bernstein, Mrs. Jerome
    Blank, Mrs. Sam Blank. Mrs. Ben
    Blum. Mrs. Ben Bronston. Mrs.
    David Catsman, Mrs. Leo Chaikan.
    Mrs. Joseph Cohen. Mrs. A. Budd
    Cutler. Mrs. Irving Cypen, Mrs
    Joseph Duntov, Mrs. Leo Eisen-
    stein, Mrs. Paul Faske, Mrs.
    Charles Feinberg. Mrs. Samuel N.
    Friedland.
    Also Mrs. Ben Zion Ginsburg,
    Mrs. Sam A. Goldstein, Mrs. Jack
    D. Gordon, Mrs. Nathan Gumen-
    ick, Mrs. A. J. Harris, Mrs. Sam
    J. Ueiman, Mrs. Ernest Janis,
    Mrs. Howard Kane, Mrs. Aaron
    M. Kanner, Mrs. Leon Kaplan,
    Mrs. Samuel Kipnis, Mrs. Jay
    Kislak, Mrs. Cal Kovens, Mrs. Sid-
    ney Lefcourt, Mrs. Jean C. Leh-
    man, Mrs. Sam C. Levenson, Mrs.
    Joseph M. Lipton, Mrs. Baron de
    Hirsch Meyer, Mrs. Ben Meyers,
    Mrs. A. J. Molasky, Mrs. Stanley
    Myers, Mrs. Max Oroviti, Mrs.
    David Phillips, Mrs. Joseph M.
    Rose, Mrs. Dan B. Ruskin, Mrs.
    Lloyd Ruskin, Mrs. Sidney
    Schwarti, Mrs. Jacob Sher, Mrs.
    Samuel Simonhoff, Mrs. Harry
    Sirkin, Mrs. Harold Tannen, Mrs.
    Harold Thurman, and Mrs. Carl
    Weinkle.
    New officers of the* Esther Group of Hadassah
    installed by Rabbi Henry Wernick at the Al-
    giers Hotel on May 2. Seated (left to right)
    are Mesdames Max Smith, Harry Horowitz,
    Hattie Saiir, president. Chic Perlyn, Aaron
    Tepper. Standing (left to right) are Meddames
    Rose Wimmer, Florence Casseleth, Simon
    Shabsis, Godfrey Perell. Al Wolf, William
    Weinstein, Frank Messing, Herman Emil
    chairman of the day, Morris Katz, Mary AdJer
    and Isabelle Slavit.
    Mrs. Sam Rosner to Lead Hebrew
    Academy Women for Ensuing Year
    Newly-elected president of the
    Hebrew Academy of Greater Mi-
    ami PTA is Mrs. Samuel Rosner.
    Other officers included vice
    presidents Mrs. Zvi Berger, Mrs.
    Leonard Rosen, Mrs. Bernard
    Bastacky. Mrs. Harry Rosenberg,
    Mrs. Lillian Meyer, and Mrs. Leo
    Heinhard. Mrs. Milton Ehren-
    reich, treasurer; Mrs. Fred Zis-
    quit and Mrs. Morris Waldman.
    corresponding secretaries; Mrs.
    Sam Shapiro, recording secre-
    tary; Mrs. Henry Penchansky, soc-
    ial secretary; Mrs. H. Louis Rott-
    nian, chaplain; Mrs. Harold Rein-
    hard, parliamentarian; and Mrs.
    Maurice Kellner, historian.
    Installation will be held in early
    June.
    In her acceptance speech, Mrs.
    Rosner pointed out, "A concerted
    effort will be made to strengthen
    not only the enrollment of this,
    the only Jewish Day School in the
    Southeast United States, but also
    to have the entire adult commun-
    ity in the Gold Coast area pledge Education."
    its support to the Hebrew Acad- She added that "keener interest
    ADL Chairman Speaks
    Paul Seiderman, chairman of
    the Anti-Defamation League, B'nai.
    B'rith, will be guest speaker at
    Temple Tikvah in Hialeah durin,
    Friday evening services.
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    Mrs. Rosner based her speech
    will be taken" by members of the
    Academy which this year has an)
    on the schools 1863-64 JTA theme,; enrollment of more than 350 stu
    "Building a Community Through! dents.
    Cedars Hospital Gets Accreditation
    American Association of Blood
    Banks announces the accreditation
    of Cedars of Lebanon Hospital
    transfusion service, earned by
    maintaining and exceeding the
    standards of blood bank perform-
    ance as established by the Associ-
    ation. Accreditattion was preceded
    by a comprehensive questionnaire
    'and a physical inspection of the
    blood bank.
    Purpose of the program is to
    elevt the standards of practice
    within the tranafuslon service; to
    assist the blood bank director in
    maintaining the established stan-
    dards and to provide consults-
    c-TJV*
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    CertSsd Keener
    mdmtukt Babbinictl Stye/vMse
    Now associated with Charm-
    ette Academy of Modeling of
    Miami Springs as director
    and consultant is Mrs. Jo
    Braithwaite, a John Robert
    Powers graduate, who also
    was trained at the Traphagen
    School of Design in New York.
    j tion service for safety of human
    blood transfusions.
    Cedars of-Lebanon Hospital trans-
    | fusion service is one of more than
    .500 blood banks which have been
    certified through this program.
    Dr. Daniel Seckinger. chief
    pathologist and head of patholog-
    I ical-lasoratory-blood bank services
    ] emphasized "that the patient who
    receives a transfusion of blood pro-
    vided by a blood bank accredited
    by the American Association of
    Blood Basks, can nave full confi-
    dence that the bank has voluntarily
    met high standards of precedures
    and will offer the best service pos-
    sible."
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    Friday. May 17. L9R
    "~" Mrs. Newman Leads
    Temple Beth Am
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    Stenisfaetn. Lc- Se.-
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    Beracrd Leffiar. Harry Gardes c=d
    A:sg=si.______________________
    of Sswerhoee. TeaiBie Beth
    AB. at the ccsal Mocker's Day
    baches* ob Wednesday.
    Alto iriBH were w presi-
    tfeats. Mrs Darnel Franc* Mrs
    EC, Mrs Jack DuBjerg.
    Mrs Edward Seharps aad Mr*
    tmj Kn Martaa Satams
    $eere*-a.T. Mr*. Joseph
    cuiupoadaag secre
    tary. Mr* Meiva Lermsoc aad
    treassrer. Mrs Robert Garv-.:.
    CMRtflg --* iBmwmm
    Mr* Daaiei France aad Mr*. Carol
    Aronovitz Israel Bond Tribute Dinner
    Anticipates Capacity Saturday Evening
    If aw hi
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    as. Mr*. Lij Sefifia. tftjj^u:
    I eaauuBee of
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    be a 7 pa. recepc
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    aaer. as a faraser
    leta Bawal mi has achieved
    puboa far a* efforts oa be-
    ef! as for the State of Israel
    land Beads. He aas
    aarataVd vitk B'aai B"rah
    the Aata-Defamatiea Leatae
    is a past presadeat of the
    FederaOea of Beat B nth
    Lodges, aad of Shalfai Lodge
    He beaded B'aai B rah s Israel
    aaa
    Forner Le^ioMoires SaaoJrf
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    er. Jewish Lespoaaaires Intersa-
    uoaale. residing at T3< X. Harper
    Aveaae. Las Aageies s. Cab-
    forau. OL 3-3S15. is desaraas of
    having all former Lepoonanes.
    aba served with the Eon Male
    Corps in Gal^peli, 1*15. aad the
    British Expeci-jocary Fortes m
    Israel aad Palestine. 1J1T-19M. to
    get m tench with bun at the above
    address.
    Cardiac Chapters Joint Installation
    o
    JoiBt installation of the Soath
    Flor :er* of the National
    CbiVirer. s Cardiac Hos? I
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    Mr- Held. Jr Kfcayae;
    Henry Jaeobsoo. Me.-. Mrs
    Sat Friedmaa. pi t lideat of -
    Miami Beach Chapter, re***
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    Beba Idelson
    Honors Mothers
    Bebe Idelsoa Chapter of I
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    The ptesrim r'.r "he aIV-r-
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    -tre. accompanied at the :
    > Aida Teala. Jewish folk -
    -.-.-.-: aad a pa
    kogac by Ph_.p Nashkifi.
    Ar.*Jtems were led by I'
    C-ibsoo, Chapter presader:
    Isaac Offenbeader..
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    JAMES AMAMSON
    Sinai Garden Club
    Stage Flower Show
    ^taltataoc taatacoa of the
    i Garden Club held Mi
    at the Algers HoteL isciuded a
    fresh flower fashion show and a
    it.: "Flower Show Crisis."
    Prize winru-? outfit worn by
    Mrs. Jam*? in. chair
    of the day, consisted of hat. c:
    sboes and umbrella *"iicb she
    made and decorated *.:h fresh
    flowers.
    Incoming slate, beaded by Mrs
    Alex Gordon, new presider.:. *a-
    installed by Mrs. M. S Farrar r.a
    uonal accredited flower show
    judge.
    Vice presidents are Mrs Hank
    Meyer. Mrs Harold Hirschlield
    and Mrs. Ben Samuels; Mrs. Byron
    TopeL recording secretary; Mrs
    Morris Green, corresponding sec-
    retary; Mrs. Charles Coorsbon.
    social secretary, and Mrs. Sam
    Wtesea, treasurer.
    Ooteotaf president. Mrs Har-
    ry Moscoe. presented awards to
    meaibers for "ootstandicg service
    to the dub."
    WES
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    has made rr
    SO EASY
    FOR YOU
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    SI00 S200 S250 $300 $350
    Dec** today to Have a Westbrooka
    Sorrner ... for you and your
    entire farrily. It's so easy with
    our new price policy. See all
    of Westbroofce today.
    OH THC THAU.-JUST
    CLUB
    THC PALMCT TO
    Opft-Club Holds Final Meeting
    Opti-Mrs. Club of Miami Beach
    will hold its final meeting of the
    year on Tuesday. 11:30 a.m.. at the
    Barcelona Hotel. Election of of-
    fice for the coming year is on
    the agenda.
    Paul W. Watson, lecturer, au-
    thor and human relations consult-
    ant, will be guest speaker. His
    topic. "Does Miami's Atmosphere
    Affect Emotional Problems'" will
    be followed by a question and an-
    swer period.
    Mrs. Murray Sonnett is presi-
    dent of the club.

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    Friday. May 17, 1963
    Technion Forms
    So. Dade Chapter
    Mrs. Morton R. Fcllman is
    charter president of the newly or-
    ganized South Dade Chapter of
    American Techmofl Society, it was
    announced, by Leo Rut stein, south-
    east regional director.
    Board and officers will take of-
    fice at in?t3lljtion ceremonies on
    l-'iiciay, following a luncheon ;it
    Stewart1! for Steak.
    The new women's unit will give
    support to Technion Univer>.i!\ In
    Israel, largest engineering college
    in the Middle Ea-i
    To be installed by Mrs. Philip
    Thau, presiden' of the Miami
    Beach Chapter with Mrs. Fellman,
    are Mrs. Howard Rosenfield. Mrs.
    Marshall Feuer and Mrs. Meyer
    Brilliant, vice presidents; Mrs.
    Charles R. Jacobson, treasurer;
    Mrs. Samuel Goldstein, recording
    s.trotary; Hrs. Joseph Masters,
    corresponding secretary-; Mrs. J.
    David Liebman. arrangements
    chairman, and Mrs. Aaron A.
    Foosaner, parliamentarian.
    Board memlier? are: Mesdames
    -JewistncrMgan
    Page 5-B
    MM. MORTON R. HUM AH
    Bernard Abel. Meyer A. Baskin,
    Edward Brown, Hyman Fried-
    man, Leonard Herman, Murray
    Mantell, Gerald Schwartz, Sue
    Stevens, David Sernaker, Harold
    Thurman, Meyer Troy and H.
    Franklin Williams.
    ^oc/iT lite ... bu \Jrscibel
    C^/rove
    Continued from Page IB
    lene, and greatgrandchildren
    Michael 5 and-Ira 2 Family
    chnmr or. Mother's Day includ-
    ed the whole group and the
    visitors Or. leaving here the
    Morgenbesser will spend some
    time with their own children and
    relatives in York and Con-
    necticut, then make a stopover
    in Las Vegas oefore the final lap
    home.

    Helping Hilary (Mrs. Leo)
    Mindlin while away the hours
    during her hu-^oand's absence is
    her sister Brett (Mrs. Seymour
    Bernstein A former resident
    here (she- an alumna of Beach
    High) since her marriage she's
    living and teaching in Syracuse
    . Happy a* the chance to meet
    new nephew, Jjcob, 20 mos., and
    renew acquaintance with his old-
    er brother Jeiemy. just 6 .
    Completing the family circle,
    mother of Breir and Hilary. Hal-
    en Alpert, also houseguesting for
    s< veral weeks Coordinator of
    seniors for the National Senior
    Center at Lehigh Acres, she
    writes a syndicated newspaper
    coBuna, "Wake l'p Younger."
    also the title to her recent
    hook oil the aued written with
    Dr. Sam Gertman ... Of cour-e
    Hilary Mindlm does the popular
    hook reviews for this newspaper,
    and husband Leo Mindlin, execu-
    tive editor. The Jewish Floridian,
    is on an intensive four week cov-
    erage of Israel.
    * *
    The Fredric Rosenthals of Coral
    Gables, just back from Colorado,
    O., where they attended the
    naming of new grandson, Stuart
    Marc, born Apr. 19 Heir's
    parents are Mr. and Mrs. Alan
    M. Rosenthal. and other set of
    grandparents are Mr. and Mrs.
    Louis Gurentz, all of Colorado .
    It was not a whim which caus-
    ed Henrietta and David Edmond
    of the Morton Tftwers to include
    Helsinki. Finland, in their ex-
    tensive itinerary through Europe
    . Son Lester, is there with
    the U.S. Embassy .
    Other familiar faces temporar-
    ily missing from the Morton
    Towers, Sophia and Sam Neer
    and Belle and Lou Levtt who are
    in Chicago Also Mae and Lou
    Rossner, cruising in the Carib-
    bean.
    * e '
    His six month stint at Lack-
    land Air Force Base in Texas,
    and in Homestead now behind
    him. Airman Third Class Harvey
    Farr separated from the service
    just in time to celebrate his dad's
    birthday ... It would be diffi-
    cult to say who felt most festive,
    Myra and Aaron Farr or son
    Harvey.
    Mrs. Edward Cohen
    To Accept Gavel
    "With a Song in Our Hearts"
    will be the theme of the Miami
    Chapter of Hadassah bruncheon to
    be held Monday, -11 a.m., at West-
    brooke Country Club.
    Mrs. Gerald P. Soltz, vice pres-
    ident, Florida Region of Hadassah,
    will conduct the ceremony with
    Mrs. Edward Cohen accepting the
    gavel from outgoing president Mrs.
    Joseph Milton.
    Other officers to be installed
    are Mrs. Harold Abbott, Mrs. Wil-
    liam Parker, Mrs. Max Swartz,
    Mrs. William Weitzman and Mrs.
    Raymond Wolf, vice presidents;
    Mrs. Harry Tavss, treasurer; Mrs.
    Albert, corresponding secretary;
    Mrs. Si Lawrence, financial sec-
    retary; Mrs. Henry Paul, record-
    ing secretary; Mrs. William Wein-
    er, membership dues, and Mrs.
    Leonard Wolpe, a past president,
    parliamentarian.
    A kit, written and directed by
    Mrs. Saul Von Zamft will be pre-
    sented.
    Chairman of the day is Mrs.
    Philip Schiff.
    Mrs. Cohen has been a Miami
    resident for the past nine years,
    has taught in the elementary
    schools of Coral Gables, and serv-
    ed as president of the Aviva Group
    ol Miami Hadassah for two years
    and as vice president of National
    Council of Jewish Women Greater
    Miami Section. The new presi-
    dent has also been a Red Cross
    volunteer nurse's aide at Home-
    stead Air Force Base Hospital.
    Mrs. Cohen lives with her hus-
    band and two children at 6700 SW
    125th Ter.
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    True Sisters
    Install Slate
    Tenth installation of officers of
    United Order True Sisters. Miami
    43, will be held Monday, .1:30 p.m.,
    at Hibiscus Auditorium, 955 Alton
    Rd.
    Incoming slate includes Mrs.
    Edward A. Lewis, president; Mrs.
    Morris Weinberg, vice president;
    Mrs. Joseph Barchan, recording
    secretary; Mrs. Herman Wolf, fi-
    nancial secretary; Mrs. Atvin
    Sheppard, treasurer; Mrs. Reuban
    Traven, mentor; Mrs. Arthur Lee,
    warden; Mrs. Nathan Coulton,
    guardian; Mrs. Fred Fuller, mon-
    itress, and Mrs. A. J. Montanari,
    trustee.
    The ceremony will be conducted
    by Mrs. Harold Brown and Mrs.
    Edmund Perls, both members of
    the Grand Lodge UOTS.
    Seated (left to right) are Mesdames Louis J. Gold, Louis Cohen.
    Murray A. Shaw, outgoing president of Sisterhood. Standing
    (left to right) Mesdames Jack Gerson, Fannie Sklar, and Sadie
    Trosky, members of Temple Ner Tamid Sisterhood who re-
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    United Synagogue Youth of Beth
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    the Miami Beach Senior High au-
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    .-i.ili of specialists wll: oomltict full
    programs of arts and crafts.
    games, drama, bowling, athletic
    contests and character building
    piojecls.
    A qualified Red Cross swimming
    instructor will be in charge of all
    u-atcr-front activities.
    The age limit has been lowered
    to admit children of four years.
    The eight-week Hay camp is under
    supervision of Camp Director Gary
    DC hold from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m..
    and the season will be divided into
    Iwo four-week sessions,",Tho' first
    from June 21 thruuyh July 21; the
    second Irdm July 22 through Aug.
    18.
    CAMP OCALA
    Camp Ocala. located 111 the
    Ocala National Forest of central
    Florida. i> 285 miles north of Mil ming, tennis; dramaticsrarts and
    It maintains local offices at crafts, basketball, tether ball.
    CAMP JUDAEA
    This summer -vrfll mark the 4th
    . lor Camp Judaea, Southeast
    Region of the Southern Zionist
    Youth Commission Camp, under
    1110 direction of George Stern.
    Located six miles from Hender-
    sonville, N.C., the camp, a mem-
    ber of the American Camping
    Association, offers a complete pro-
    gram of activities including swm
    lors_and by members of the Is-
    raeli Scouting Movement who will
    spend the "entire
    camp.
    summer af the
    1451 N. Bayshore Dr., and is di-
    rected by Dr. and Mrs. Theodore
    Struhl, Frankie and Ben Miller.
    Major Leonard Wollman and
    Robert Wollman.
    Boys and girls, ages 5 to 16, will
    spend 8 weeks enjoying swim-
    ming, canoeing, horseback riding,
    waterskiing, arts and crafts, areh-
    softball, archery, track, baseball,
    campfires, volleyball, field trips.
    Canner. who said the program will ">' tennis, fencing, dancing, I
    br conducted at the Center from dramatics, singing, etc. One coun-j
    Chairman of the camp commit-
    tee in Miami is Mrs. Frank Far-
    benbloom who may be contacted
    at PL 8-8385.
    MIAMI MILITARY ACADEMY
    SUMMER CAMP
    Miami Military Academy sum-
    mer camp, located at 10601 Bis-
    cayne Blvd., the season will open
    June 16 and end on Aug. 9. Un-
    der the direction of the experi-
    enced staff of the Miami Mili-
    tary Academy, all phases of the
    daily routine will be closely super- ties. Awards are offered for oi't-
    vised by men well-trained in lead- standing accomplishments.
    June 24 to Aug. 16. Roys and girls
    from foir to 12 are welcome.
    youngsters
    of college
    tors.
    and
    age
    the staff consists!
    or older in st rue-
    Campers will receive free med-
    ical exams. Parents may call 751-1
    7378 to see free color movies of! The camp accommodates 250
    ?he Camp activities and to register boys and girls on separate cam
    ing boys. The 30-acre campii?
    features an outdoor fresh-water
    swimming pool, rifle range, gyi
    nasium, etc.
    Tutoring is available for
    boys requiring assistance in spec-
    ial academic subjects. There la
    no extra cost for this service and
    each student is limited to two
    subjects,
    The schedule of the camp is
    planned to provide wholesome and
    purposeful vacationing. Each boy
    participates in every activity un-
    less physically unable or othe--
    wise restricted. The program in-
    cludes swimming, boating, fishinj.,
    horseback riding, tennis, basket-
    ball, baseball. archery, rifle
    marksmanship, boxing, wrestlin..
    moving pictures, model construc-
    tion and hobbies, table tennis and
    numerous other interesting activi-
    lor this summer's session.
    Camp Director Gary Canner will
    oe assisted by Miss Leslie Tabb.
    CAMP 0SCE0LA
    Located in Horse Shoe, N.C.,
    near Hendersonville, Camp Osce-
    ola for boys and girls will be in
    -c -sion from June 28th through'
    August 21st. A member of the'
    American Camping Association, it
    is a "third generation"' vacation
    spot for youngsters in the Great
    Smoky Mountains. Campers range
    from ages 5 to 15 and comprise ap-
    proximately 200 children.
    Headed by Erwin Marshall,
    well known educator, a selected
    group of college-age men and
    women arc engaged as counselors.;
    A fully equipped infirmary with 1
    resident nurse watches over the
    health of the campers. Daily
    health checks are made and
    around-the-clock medical service is
    available.
    The facilities at the camp in-
    clude private lake, riding rines.
    lennis Courts, rifle range, swim-
    ming pool, large gymnasium, skat-
    ing rink, shufflebord courts, photo-
    graphy dark room, athletic fields,
    playgrounds, arts and crafts and
    ceramic shop, canoeing, horse-
    back trails, volleyball and badmin-
    ton courts, archery range, cook-
    out areas, and camp-craft areas.
    Campers live in cabins equip-
    ped with showers, plumbing, hot
    water and electricity.
    The North Carolina State Board
    v rating to the spacious kitch-
    en and dining hall in which nutri-
    tOUS and varied meall arc serv-
    ed.
    selor is employed for every three | nature study discussion groups
    and Israeli folk dancing.
    Permeating the entire program,
    however, will be a Jewish culture
    program including modern Hebrew,
    and leadership training. Regis-1
    t rat ion at the camp is almost com-
    pletcd but applications are still
    being taken at the Young Judaea
    office, 710 NE l8th St., N. Miami
    Miss Margaret Yomen has been Beach,
    named musical director of the! Mr. Stern, director, is a grad-
    camp, and will direct daiiy song- uate of Vanderbilt College and has
    fests, campfirc sings, Friday night had nine years of camping experi-
    service hymns and an annual mus- ence. He will be assisted by col-
    ical production. lege students serving as counsel-
    puses. Food is Jewish-American
    style and Friday night Sabbath
    services are held.
    Flagler-Granada Jewish Center
    DAY CAMP
    50 NORTHWEST 51st PLACE
    Exciting 8 Weeks June 17 to August 9
    Monday to Friday, A.M. to 4 P.M. Boys Girls Ages 3 to 12
    Lowest Rates Professional Staff
    All Activities Transportation Available
    For Further Information Call HI 4-6547
    or Camp Director Marcia Levin, Phone CA 6-7018
    Congregation Yehuda Moshe
    CAMP AVIR
    Is Launched for Its 6th Year!
    Gary Canner Camp Director
    REGISTER NOW EIGHT WEEKS STARTING
    JUNE 24 fo AUGUST 16
    Transportation Available ir Rea" Cross Swimming Program
    Arts Crafts Drama And All Athletic Games
    For Information call 751-7578
    CAMP AKIVA
    Camp Akiva, 1021 Biarritz Dr.,|
    Miami Beach, announces an eight-,
    week program from June 24 to'
    Aug. 24. Under the direction of
    Rabbi Stanley B. Weiss, boys and;
    Kirls from 4 to 13 are invited to
    participate. A special group for
    nursery and kindergarten age chil-
    dren has been planned.
    Located on the former site of
    'he Normandy Isle School, the
    facilities include a swimming
    pool, basketball court, playground
    for younger children, spacious
    grounds for sports and an indoor
    play area.
    The program will include base-
    ball, basketball, etc.; swimming
    and swimming instruction; arts
    and crafts; dramatics, music; He-
    brew lessons; Bar Mitzvah in-
    structions in addition to outings
    and trips.
    The camp fee will include hot
    lunches and regular school bus
    transportation. All sessions will
    TEMPLE EMANU-EL
    SUMMER CAMP
    Starting June 17 to August 9
    OUR SIXTH CONSECUTIVE YEAR
    Under the personal guidance and supervision of Dr. Irving
    Lehrman, spiritual leader of the congregation, and under the
    direction of Mr. Milton Feinstein, history teacher and head
    football coach at Miami Beach Senior High School.
    Ours is a Synagogue-centered Camp which emphasizes:
    JEWISH CULTURE AND SPIRITUAL VALUES
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    DRAMATICS SINGING & DANCING SWIMMING
    OUTDOOR & INDOOR SPORTS round out the Program.
    ALSO FREE BUS SERVICE
    For Information and Brochure call JE 8-2503
    or writ* 1701 Washington Ave., Miami Beach
    CAMP SIMCHA
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    SUMMER CAMP HALF A FULL-DAY SESSIONS
    STARTING JUNE 24th THROUGH AUGUST 16th
    4 ,- U /ears Tremspertatlon All Oatdeer A Indoor Activities
    >J." | _... I SWIMMING
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    niembtr of faculty
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    Norland Junior High
    Select Staff of teacher., coun-
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    BOWLING
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    fun-filled summer ever. Gain confidence learning new
    skills, too. Daily water-skiing, swimming, and horseback
    riding no extra charge. Trained by mature counselor-ex-
    perts (1 to every 3 children triple the average). <
    Boating, Tennis, Archery, Dramatics, Team Sports, Riflery;
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    Friday. J-Serr 17

    Katz, Landow Tell
    Of Engagement
    Mr. aad Mrs Fred Katz. 3817
    Dickens Ave_ laawiTfrt tne ea-
    *t*C dra Lee. to Laareaee I aailmr. sob
    of Mr aad Mrs. Abe Landow.
    Pasaase. XJ. at a eiaair for the
    fcif*Hf faariry Sanday, Apr.
    a
    TV betrothed is a graduate of
    Mia a! Bears High aad received
    aa Associate of Arti Cercficate
    aad Bachelor of Arts ia eoacatsoa
    at the Uarversity of Florida where
    she was cited by the Dear of edu-
    City Elemea-
    z _
    praaaal
    ed froai Passaie High School, in
    . New Jersey aad at traded Rutgers
    m I'asrersay before moving to Mi-
    aau where be* is associated with
    the Greater Miaou Jewish Fed
    Ar A-.
    bbbMm
    -\imaA
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    aaries was was a
    tham a year, they were beaey
    M.asu Beach, at was a
    oat the saad his shoes that eaased bias to
    the Faanda Bar exaau.
    she has beea ar-adeai of the Hebrew
    PTA. a charter member of the
    borah Graap of Hadaarah. fnaa lin pres-
    ideas of Share Las of Caaccr. aad active am
    Teaapie Beth Shci Sisterhood. Preseatiy.
    she a doa* sabstaate turhaac aa aobtical
    soerce m the high seaeats. She caa always
    praetire teaeaiag her ham sail, the judge
    Recently, she added the rote of graadaaa-
    stftaat Sasaa "Mrs Peteri Oha dropped off
    Joseph ea rotate to the manetsuy. vbere sae
    - niti for her degree. H^ida was x
    uoas to play with tins, she could barely
    faush her phaae eons ersaooas. Ttody. their
    second daughter, is the actress whose outstanding talent makes the
    news so freaaeatiy. Sherry, the third of "any three daughters."' u still
    the baby of the family
    The Gertler bouse is filled with booksthe? are a reading family.
    They are also music lovers, attending all the concerts and operas.
    Charfae has written many lyrics, hat they don't depend on the revalues
    They testea to records by the boor. Foremost an their life u the fact
    that they attend every performance that Trudy gives. Trudy's iatest
    he nor was receiving The Miami Herald Silver Knight award in Speech
    and Drama last week. Since they haven't traveled for the past two
    veirs. the Gertler* are planning something especially exciting lor this
    summer i vacatioc Hilda, in her calm unruffled way. takes every-
    taaag an stride. There had been no dramatics m the family until Trudy
    came along with her exciting talent. Bat you jest watch' Hilda's face
    as she observes Trudy, either in a play or in one of her poignant ex-
    cerpts from Tfc/ A Ante Frank.' T.iat drama, pure and
    -ft
    ON THE TOWN
    Joyce and Burton Goldberg. Freda and Dave Eeinman and Marvis
    and Dave Schacter went to Jai Alai on a recent Saturday night. They |
    had fun, but n luck. Even though they didn't cash a ticket they acted
    hke winners and went out for steak afterwards.

    THE RUBIN ROUNDUP M,ss ftrqwHal Gulkii
    | m of Jj, Rubins who call themselves Muhpocha" usod l^V2Sa^
    r 2" BCe^fB 1 LUbn "* M Swdhn rf Coral May ll. at Israelite Cent
    SZH-AL ^ I" gether Every >ear tbe}' fmd an0ther a rrceotion followed the ceremony
    rcaaaa. They came from Fr Pierce Jacksonville. Daytona and Holly- Rafcbi Morton Malavskv official
    aaod y,me live here like Del and Raymond Ri bin. Rose and Isadore ed
    Rubin Florence and Arnold Rubin. Milicent and Leonard Beldr-er U) ,.
    EUnore and Sidney Arootrviti. Ruth and David Elasser. the Ben No- v^ J 1 the "*? MrS
    rack, aad Bessie and Mom, Rubin, grandparents The Ralph Rubins Jfi'. Je* Lu^J''
    came from Jax as did Mr. and Mrs Max Rubin. Max came :o Miami EL *?,, J?TZ ** ?"
    in UK* but now calls the city further north home Dune Roth a?a Wm R '- Lun"
    dy, bridesmaids.
    GOOOBYE Daughter of Mr. and Mrs Nath
    he Jo-^-ph Janpais. who returned to Brooklyn after a four-month stay lor College
    rnieJi included the celebraUon of their th anniversan in Feb-
    ruary Mr Janpal went home with a tan which should last "him until
    he returns
    Snowlss, Lowentfia!
    Exchange Vows
    The former Miss Elaine .,
    and Barry J. Urestaal -,- -
    ed aaptial vows on Saad. %.-.
    . May 12. a- tlaj Sevi, ({otel
    Peceptsoa aad dinner fafiw-i^i the
    ceremony performed- b;.
    Norman Shapiro.
    The bride's arinrina a| ro>e
    point and Doche&s lace hap been
    *-\ 4 m the famJy of fhe bncegr, ^
    for many yean rz& was warn by
    his grandmother. The wadding
    gown featured an emph> ^. with sculptured rieekl:-
    cancBehght peau de sate sent
    cascade train. She earned a
    Bible covered with arch*, and
    stephanotis.
    Maid of honor wot
    Snowiss, "the bride's usier
    UtS. KAMVtr tlLMAH
    Miss Gulkis, Kelman
    Married Saturday
    ts. KAttrr uurtmui
    Harvey Hartvnans in
    Florida Honeymoon
    ered aH f flit nHrj -.
    orchids, the former S -.egel
    became the bride of Har.-^y L
    Hartmac oc Susday. May 12 at
    the DuPoct Piaia Hocei
    Dr ..- -: !.---n performed
    the early evening ceremony which
    was foikrwed by a reception
    er in the hot- a bon-
    eymoon trip through F.onda. the
    couple will hve at IK
    var^a Arc
    For her wedding, the bnde -
    an off v -ted bod-
    ice of chantiiiy lace trimmed
    sequins and seed pearU. A >eed
    pearl and H -. held the
    Maid of honor was Ruth Silver.
    -ie BLaire ar Botwin-
    Be^-" to :be bridegroom
    was his brother Bruce Hartman.
    ushers were Allen Benow:tz and new Mrs. Lc ----^1
    -'--.. Staae. Per.nsvhama S:;-t l"m%-
    The new Mr; Hartrra- 2rad Now a stock kef. the
    i from Miami Beach Senior sroom is the tea .: Mr .-
    Hiih and Charron Williams Auto- Theodore M 1 I50C
    mation College. Her -i iS lass Ave He i -r-ieJ
    aVS. lAffT lOWfMTHAi.
    brwieaaaai. Jane Low.
    bridegroom's si
    Daughter of I Mr
    Snowiss. 16$>o -h PI
    \
    e
    aa alumnus of Theodore Roose-
    velt High and Interboro Institute
    of Business. He is now a court
    reporter.
    Parents of the newlyweds are
    Esthel Siegel. II
    Ave and Mr and Mrs. L
    of Queen- N Y
    -:ty cf G< I Hi
    ity ia Phi Ep-
    Serving eg Best -an"era k
    Kessler. and groor--nen v
    Kichter and li Fil::
    Following a .: -- to .* -
    fce neulyweds
    ins Ave.
    A DREAM COME TRUE
    Irving Gladstone has always dreamed of the time when his first
    grandchild would he old enough to take to Europe. That time has
    come^ Glady" and h:s wife Essie are taking 12-year-old Andrea to the
    Scandinavian countries winding up their travels in Scotland and Eng-
    Andrea is the daughter o; Dr. David and Ethelda Kirsh. They've
    Her husband is the son of Mrs
    Ida Cantor. 2645 SW 36th
    and attendee the University of
    Miami. His best man was Steve
    Mishket.
    The newlyweds will live in Coral
    Gables.
    '*W~->-'WWW.
    J COMPLETE
    spent hours reading about "those countries "to" gTve Andrea '"somelorl S CEREMONY MU'C
    knowledge of what she ,s going to see. Although Ethelda and Dav.d kS?t^k?SS32^1S^5^ {
    have already been to those countries, they are finding it much more Xm^,,e pr,c; t0 "'"""/ "'"o orl'
    exemrg reading about them with Andrea and getting a child's pout B" tmr^m^ FREE ('
    Of View. r HI 5-6283
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    Breakfast at 7 30 a.m. is still breakfast. But somehow it tasted
    entirely different in Montego Bay out on the terrace to Ruth GuTh
    man. Olive Goodman. Esther Berlitzbeimer. Evelyn Isrel and Ruth
    rMrs. Abe; Stern who were vacationing there. Before returning home
    they went for a whirl in Kingston. One thing identical in both places
    the nightly canasta Bame that kept them up tfB aB hours
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    SWINGING WITH THE GRAHAMS
    c^Te.ihr? D" S?? Siste" g0* ,onm* 'or each other. Millie (Mrs 1
    Sol) Seiko from Baltimore came to Miami, picked up Rae (Mrs
    George, Graham and they went to Sarasota to see Elaine Strange, the third sister. Before they left, the Grahams had a party
    That band was a swinging one and the guests swang. swung or just
    plain danced all night and all over the house, around the pool and in
    just about every room Just one of those nights when everything was
    fun. Among guests were Honey and Buddy Krasne, Shirley and Marvin
    Rauzin. Joyce and Chuck Rebel. Wendy and Ira Rothfield, Joyce and
    Mike Sumberg and Rene and Dan Strichard.
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    THE Cedars of Lebanon Hospi-
    tal Auxiliary held its in-
    stallation dinner dance this past
    >;iturday evening at the Dupont
    Gail Goodman Now
    Mrs. Stanley Stem!
    Miss Gail Susan Goodman be- |
    came the bride of Stanley Stern j
    on Sunday, May 22, at the Algiers '
    Hotel. Dr. Irving Lehrman per-
    formed the noon ceremony which
    was followed by a reception in
    the hotel.
    For her wedding the bride wore
    a white peau de soie and lace
    empire style gown with a cathe-
    dral train. A crown of seed pearls
    and crystals held the bouffant veil
    and she carried a Bible topped
    with white roses and orchids,
    print of silk organza over it, was | Attendants were Mrs. Leonard
    worn by Mrs. Nat Strauss. Her | stern, matron of honor, Mrs. Leon-
    silk organza stole was in nile.ard Grand and Mrs. Elliot Klei-
    green. White silk ottoman was man.
    the choice of Mrs. Oscar Levine. Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Jos-
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    MISS MARLENE WIUIAMS
    Marlene Williams
    Plaza Hotel. Chairman for the
    evenLnf was Mrs. Herschel Les- High necked and sleeveless, her eph I. Goodman, 8865 Byron Ave.,
    i-hel, who wore a black silk chif- skirt was of carefully controlled, the new Mrs. Stern is a graduate \, n
    I i: sheath, the bodice ot which fullness. Mrs. Victor Dembrow's 0f Miami Beach High, attended IC RptrOmPli
    matured a full free-flowing cape- gown combined a fitted white the University of Alabama and 'vllvl IVU
    tte.
    ~* Installed
    by Dr. Benjamin
    ^Oren, the new' president, Mrs.
    led Lotterman wore a silk linen
    (heath in a procelain blue with
    ,:i illusion bodice and a scallop
    .I peter pan collar. Hand em-
    inidered white chalk beads
    innmed her collar. Mrs. Oren
    .elected a white Chantilly lace
    heath over gold silk. Her high
    ounded neckline was in a modi-i
    lied oriental styling.
    Mrs. Arthur Kaulman chose 1
    reige Chantilly lace over beige |
    peau de soie. Her skirt was a]
    sheath with the blouson bodice i
    featuring a high bateau neck j
    line and a flat peau de soie bow | ber8-
    .it the waist. White silk surra1!
    uith a field of multi-colored
    -!>ring flowers, was Mrs. Arthur
    Gilbert's choice for the dance,
    sc i.op-necked and sleeveless,
    moygashel linen bodice with a graduated from the University of
    royal blue mull chiffon skirt. A Florida. She is a member of Sig-!
    matching shade of blue was usedi
    in the Alencon lace appliques
    around her squared neckline.
    Mrs. Emanuel Smiths imported
    cotton featured melon colored,
    flowers on a field of green. Herj
    bodice was asymetrically drap-
    ed, and her skirt was the bell;
    silhouette.
    Julie Engaged to
    Dr. Moskowitz
    Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Tencn-
    bom, 4801 Lakeview Dr., announce
    the engagement of their daughter.
    Julie, to Dr. Jerome M. Mosko-
    witz, son of Mr. and Mrs. Meyer
    Moskowitz, of Newark, N.J.
    The bride-elect is a graduate
    of Miami Beach High and receiv-
    ed her degree in merchandising
    at Ohio State University. She is
    a member of Sigma Delta Tau soc-
    ial sorority.
    Dr. Moskowitz was graduated
    from the University of Pennsyl-
    vania, where he was a member
    of Phi Epsilon Pi social fraternity.
    Miss Schatzberg
    Picks June 9 Date
    Mr. and Mrs. Abraham Schatz-
    1020 Matanzas Ave., an-
    nounce the engagement and forth-
    coming marriage of their daugh-
    ter. Lenore, to Allan Foodman,
    6611 San Vicente.
    The bride-elect attended schools
    bodice was fitted and the in Mexico and will receive a BA
    -kirt was the bell shaped sil- degree from the University of Mi
    houette. Mrs. Charles Rosen- ami in June. Her sorority is Sig-;
    feld wore an emerald green silk ma Delta Tau.
    linen ensemble. Her sheath ] Her fiance was also a student
    dress was topped with a sleeve- at the University of Miami, where
    less, hip length jacket cut in the they met, and is now attending the
    classic Chanel style. University's Medical School.
    Silk surrah in white, with Wedding and reception for the
    Mr. and Mrs. Al Williams an-
    nounce the engagement of their
    daughter, Marlene, to Aaron Y.
    Solensky. Event was celebrated
    on Wednesday, May 1, at' the
    home of Grand Rabbi Tietelbaum.
    The bride-elect is an honor
    graduate of Hebrew Academy of:
    Greater Miami and is now attend-
    ing Beth Jacob Teacher's Semi-
    nary of Brooklyn, N.Y.
    The prospective bridegroom is
    attending the Kitre Yeshiva in
    Mt. Kisco, N.Y.
    :BIRTHDAZE:
    First child, Andrea Sue, born
    May 12 to Jill and Allen Grcen-
    wald, 490 NE 145th St. Grand-
    parents are Mr. and Mrs. Jerry
    Granger, and Mrs. Sophie Green-
    wald. Great-grandmother is Mrs.
    Sylvia Granger.
    MISS Mill TtNENBOM
    and received his degree in me 't-
    cine from Chicago Medical School.
    He is interning at Jackson Mem-
    orial Hospital in Miami.
    The couple are to be married
    Gershwin Ladies Spring Brunch
    George Gershwin Ladies" Auxil- Chairman of the day was Mrs.
    iary held a spring membership
    brunch last week at the Chez To-
    kay Room of the Morton Towers.
    Chairman
    Harry Eilen,
    president.
    membership vue
    HISS. STANLEY STtKN
    ange colored miniature bloss- betrothed couple is planned for
    urns scattered over all. was the June 9 in the Sky Room of the ma Delta Tau sorority, and is
    presently employed by the Hayden
    Publishing Co. in New York City.
    Grandparents of the new Mrs.
    Stern are Mr. and Mrs. Max
    Goodman, Miami Beach, and John
    Benjamin, Miami.
    The bridegroom is the son of Mr.
    and Mrs. Jack Stern of New York
    City where he graduated from
    City College and Columbia Law
    School. Now an attorney with the
    National Labor Relations Board,
    he is a member of the New York
    Bar Assn.
    Serving as his best man was
    Le'onard Stern, and Harris Good-
    man and Lewis Shwiller were
    groomsmen.
    When they return from a wed-
    ding trip to the Caribbean, the
    young eouple will live at 67-41
    Burns St.. Forest Hills, N.Y.
    (lecolettC neckline was caught
    h diagonal appliques near the
    houlders. A matching stole
    < npleted her ensemble. Mrs.
    Aihur Pearls taffeta gown was
    in an ice blue color. Her scoop
    necked, fitted bodice tapered
    a modified bell skirt. Mrs.
    S; ti Luby's selection for the
    ninsj was two-piece jewel
    i e red Chantilly lace lilted
    skirt and sleeveless overblouse.
    II A as over a matching shade of
    -ilk.
    Mrs. Albert Pallot wore a cock-
    . -uit of shirred silk chiffon
    m an ice orange color. Chalk
    :iite cavier beads were em-,
    '.id red at the waist in a:
    dified cummerbund effect. A
    ute silk crepe sheath was
    a urn by Mrs. Sam Seitlin. Her
    -ftly draped bodice was sprink-
    led with rhinestones. An import-
    > I cotton in a blue and green
    flora] print was the choice of
    -Mrs. Burt Chalfin.
    Mrs. Nathaniel Levin was hon-
    ored with a plaque and gift for
    1 r outstanding contributions to
    I lie auxiliary. Her dress was the
    classic black sheath that is al-
    v lys so correct. A sky blue
    (liantilly lace ensemble over
    u hite peau de soie was worn by
    Mrs. Norman Brown. Under her
    I'utioned jacket, her sheath fea-
    tured a decolette back that plung-
    ' I almost to the waist. Ice
    lemon taffeta with multi-colored
    nnbon applique high on the bod-
    ice was Mrs. Marvin Rauzin's
    ."election for the evening.
    Mrs. Sidney Aronovitz's warp-
    ed silk taffeta floral print was I
    detailed with irridescent se-|
    'luins, and topped with a full
    length blush pink satin theatre
    Wit Black silk chiffon was
    worn by Mrs. Julius Spector. Her
    neckline was softly draped and
    two free-floating panniers were
    ln the back from the waist to the
    hemline.
    A multi-colored floral sheath
    uth a full skirted matching
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    +Jeistncrkliar
    Friday. May 17, 1363
    n
    Shown are members d the staff and faculty
    at Temple Beth Shalom who were honored at
    services Friday evening, and at the Oneg
    Shafabat tendered them by the Temple board
    of education and PTA. Front row Cleft to right)
    are Mrs. Sandy Goldman. Miss Anne Yaffe,
    Mrs. Rebecca Lipson. Miss Nettie Goldstein.
    Mrs. Emily Grunewald. Mrs. Anita Koppeie.
    Second row (left to right) are Gerald Koppeie.
    Cantor David Conviser. Mrs. Marilyn Bloom.
    Miss Mae Rosenberg. Mrs. Rosalind Robinson.
    Bernard Kreisberg. Abraham Rosenfeld, and
    David Shelist Not shown. Miss Shirley See-
    man. David Pkrtt and Mrs. Edith Gelber. Spir-
    itual leader of the Temple is Rabbi Leon Kron-
    ish. and Herbert C. Bloom is education director.
    Flagler-Granada
    Center Dinner
    Set for Sunday
    Sidney Aronovrtz. Cjjjr of Miami
    Commissioner.Ti!l~inslall officers
    and members of the board for
    Flagler Granada Jewish Center at
    a dinner Sur.day at the Ritz Plaza
    Hotel.
    Heading the incoming slate is
    Benjamin Jonas, president: Enun
    Marshall and Tom Fitsch. vice
    presidents; Leo Drutz. treasurer;
    Mrs. Matthew Cohen, recording
    secretary; Mrs. Hy Coverman. fi-
    nancial secretary; and Mrs. Har-
    old Strumpf. corre-ponding secre-
    tary-
    Board members are Benjamin
    Agronow. Robert Brown. Louis
    Bush. Berry Clein. Hy Coverman.
    Norman Emmer. Samuel Franz
    Was. Jess Freed. Samuel Gold
    stein. Mrs. Jack Green. Jack
    Green. Samuel Hollander. Samuel
    Kessler. Mrs. Phillip Levin*.
    Abraham Mahler. Alter Pizetsner
    Joseph Prss, Merris Perle.s. Abe* I
    Sallik. Sam Segal. Harold Stnimpf
    Irving Verdow. Solomon I .i-nberg
    and Eze Rubenstein.
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    sold -Medallions at the Miami honored are "Godmothers" who
    Chapter of Hadassah vears-end have contributed to the care and
    dance on Sunday evenmg support of babies born in the sew
    Mrs. Schulman In
    Nursery Program
    Bernard Friedland. chairman of
    the education committee of Beth
    Shirah. announced this week the
    appoirtment of Mrs Jane Schul-
    man a- director of the pre-kinder-
    garten and nursery schools to
    open in September in the new
    building on 120tn St. and 77th
    Ave.
    Rabbi Morris A Skop will di-
    rect the religious program. Can-
    tor Herman K. Gottlieb, the mu-ic
    department, and Mrs Nathan Cy-
    namon will supervise the school
    faculty and administration.
    Assistants will be Mrs. Lillian
    Stein and Mrs. Dena Parent.
    certified teachers with many-
    years in nursery and pre-kinder-
    Donor luncheon Wednesday
    Coral Chapter. American Medi-
    cal Center at Denver, is holding
    its eighth annual donor luncheon
    on Wednesday, noon. May 22. at
    the Aleier* Hotel. Chairman of
    the afternoon is Mrs Bell Rubin
    -tern, vice president.
    ganen schools in the Miami com-
    munity.
    Reading readiness program, to
    prepare the children for admission
    in the Dade County Public School
    System, will be supervised, and a
    full program of Jewish holiday
    celebrations and customs and cere-
    monies ill be part of the cur-
    riculum.
    Registration is now open at the
    Temple office. 11527 South Dixie
    High* av
    Mother a nd-Child Pavilion at the
    Hadassah Hospital near Jenisal
    em.
    Mrs. Joseph Milton, outgoing
    president of the group, will be
    presented with a testimonial from
    the nine groups of the chapter for
    her "successfnl regime." The af
    fair will also serve as a farewell
    gesture to Mrs. Milton who is
    leaving, with her husband and
    children, for an extended trip
    through Japan.
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    Jewish Center was to hold installa-
    tion ceremonies Thursday even-
    ing. May 16. with Mrs. Irving
    Wexler conducting the ceremony.
    Officers are: Mrs. Hy Cover-
    man, president: Mrs. Alfred Sad-
    ler. Mrs. Louis Lopatin. Mrs Dav-
    id Herti. vice presidents; Mrs.
    Sam Kowalsky. treasurer: Mrs.
    Lou Bush, recording secretary':
    and Mrs Irving Verdon. cor-
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    CeryRett Ire Horriion Deboroh lubel Amfrew ScfWttST
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    Alan Cypresa .
    Temple Zisn will be the scee'
    it the bar Mitzvah erf Alan Cypress
    p Saturday morning, May 18.
    iinR services conducted by Rab-
    T Alf red Waxman.
    A seventh grade student at West
    Miami Junior High, Alan plans to
    bontinue his studies in the Tem-
    ple's Confirmation Class.
    Mr. and Mrs. David Cypress
    k< ill host the Kiddush in I heir
    ion a honor.
    bi Mordecai Podet, Lee David
    Harrison will become Bar Mitz-
    vah at Temple Judea.
    A sevemn grade student at
    Ponce Junior High. Lee will con-
    tinue his religious education, hav-
    ing already completed seven years
    of study. He is interested in hor-
    ticulture and has an excellent col-
    lection of stamps and coins.
    Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Harrison.
    714 Calalrava Ave., will honor
    their son at the Kiddush follow-
    ing services.
    Robert Wachholder
    s Saturday evening. May
    Bath David, will include the
    Bar Muzvah ot Robert Richard
    >.der, with Rabbi Norman
    I .ipro officiating.
    Kowrt at I end- Shenandoah Jim-
    nr High where he participates in
    he ^thietic program of the school
    nri also plays the accordion.
    Mr. and Mrs. Solomon Wach-
    olrter ire the parents of the cele-
    rar.*..
    La* Harrison
    .iturday morning. May 18.
    urine; service* conducted by Rab-
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    Martin Bursuk
    Rabbi Morton Malavsky will of-
    ficiate at the Bar Mitzvah of Mar-
    tin Bursuk during services Satur-
    day morning. May 18, at Israelite,
    Center.
    Son of Mr. and Mrs. Jack Bur-i
    suk, 3215 SW 7th St.. the celebrant!
    attends the Center's Religions.
    School and Shenandoah Junior
    (High.
    A Kiddush in the social hall will
    follow the ceremony.

    Deborah Lubel
    Bas Mitzvah of Deborah Sue,
    daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Man-
    uel Lubel, will be observed on
    Friday evening. May 17. at Beth
    David with Rabbi Norman N.
    Shapiro officiating.
    A seventh grade student at Ponce
    de Leon Junior High, the cele-
    brant recently won the Hebrew
    Spelling Bee sponsored by the Bu-
    reau of Jewish Education. She
    also studies the piano, frequently
    I presenting joint recitals with her
    mother.
    The Oneg Shabbat following the
    ceremony will be hosted by the
    Bas Mitzvah's parents.
    i *
    Arthur Swers
    Arthur Swers will become Bar
    Mitzvah during Saturday mornmg
    j services at Congregation Yehudah
    ' Moshe on May 17. Rabbi Morton
    Shalowitz will officiate.
    The celebrant has been a stu-
    Ident of Popiel Hebrew School for
    several years and also attends
    1 North Miami Beach Junior High.
    Mr. and Mrs. Allan Swers will
    host the Oneg Shabbat on Friday
    evening and the Kiddush follow-
    ing the Saturday ceremony in
    their son's honor.
    a *
    Andrew Schuster
    Temple Menorah will be the
    scene of the Bar Mitzvah of An-
    drew Schuster on Saturday morn-
    , ing, May 18. with Rabbi Mayer
    Abramowitz officiating.
    The celebiant is a student of
    | the Temple's Religious School
    I and attends Nautilus Junior High.
    Parents of the Bar Mitzvah are
    Mr. and Mrs. Irving Schuster, 624
    86th St. Paternal grandparents
    are Mr. and Mrs. Joe Schuster,
    maternal grandparents are Mr.
    ] and Mrs. Sam Fliegler.
    A dinner reception in Andrew"s
    honor will be held at Michel's Res-
    taurant on Saturday evening.
    a
    Bar Mitzvah of Kevin, son of
    Mrs. Trudy Frey, and grandson of
    Jack Solomon, will be celebrated
    on Saturday morning, May 18, at
    Temple Emanu-El. Dr. Irving
    Lehrman will officiate.
    A seventh grade student at Ida
    M. Fisher Junior High, Kevin is
    an advanced mathematics stu-
    dent, an honorary science" labora-
    tory student and on the honor
    roll. He won the Medal of Honor
    for scholastic achievement at
    South Beach Elementary, was edi-
    tor of the school newspaper and
    president of his class for several
    terms. He was elected by his
    High School to address the incom-
    ing students from South Beach
    Elementary. He plays vioHn in
    the school orchestra.
    The celebrant will be honored
    at a reception in his home follow-
    ing the ceremony.
    a a a
    Alan Ur-ger
    Alan, son of Mr. and Mrs. Her-
    bert Unger, will be Bar Mitzvah
    at Temple Ner Tamid during ser-
    vices conducted by Rabbi Eugene
    Labovitz on Saturday morning,!
    May 18.
    The celebrant is a student of
    the Temple's Religious School and
    at Nautilus Junior High.
    A reception in honor of the Bar
    Mitzvah will follow the ceremony.
    * a
    Gary Rose
    Dr. Irving Lehrman will offic-
    iate at the Bar Mitzvah of Gary,
    son of Dr. and Mrs. Arthur M.
    Rose, during services Saturday
    morning, May 18, at Temple
    Emanu-El.
    A seventh grade student at Nau-
    tilus Junior High, Gary is on the ;
    High Honor Roll, has won an "N"',
    for scholastics, four science excel-
    lence awards and Dade County |
    Junior Olympics 75-yard dash. His;
    interests include fishing and bowl-|
    ing for which he has won six
    trophies.
    A reception at the Seville Hotel
    following the ceremony will honor
    the celebrant.
    Temple Sinai Seminar
    And Assembly this Week
    On Sunday, 10 a.m.. Temple
    Sinai Religious School will hold
    an award assembly and annual
    picnic on the Temple grounds.
    There will be games and refresh-
    ments.
    Fourth and final session of the
    current adult education seminar,
    will be held at the Temple Mon-
    day evening. Rabbi Daniel M.
    Lowy will talk on the 'Reform
    Jewish Interpretation of Death
    and Mourning Customs."
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    Delegates are Mrs. Gerald SoKz,
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    Haddssah Institutes Planned For
    Florida Region Members in Early June
    Mrs. Gerald' P. Soltz. newly
    elected Membership Vice Presi
    dent of the Florida Region of
    Hadassah. has announced that
    two Membership Institutes will be
    sponsored by the Region during
    tin' week of June 3 to 7 in the
    State of Florida.
    The Miami. Miami Beach. Holly-
    wood ar.d Palm Beach Chapters
    of Hadassah. and their constituent
    MRS. JOSEPH RAMBAM
    Beth Kodesh Rabbi
    Inducts Officers
    Installation ceremonies at Beth
    Kodesh Sisterhood luncheon on
    Wednesday will be conducted by
    Rabbi Max Shapiro.
    Heading the 1963-64 slate is Mrs.
    Joseph Rarabam. president. Serv-
    ing with her will be Mrs. Eli
    Weiner. Mrs. Peter Duchon and
    Mrs. Harry Hart, vice presidents;
    Mr-. Abraham Topol, Mrs. Abra-
    ham Barkan and Mrs. Faye Wein-
    traub, honorary presidents
    Also Mrs. Louis Stone, record-
    ing secretary; Mrs. Max New-
    berger. corresponding secretary;
    Air*. Jack Stone, financial secre-
    tary; Mrs Sadie Schucart. social
    secretary; Mrs. Sam Cohen, treas-
    ure; Mrs. Max Shapiro, chaplain;
    Mrs. Faye Weir.traub. parliamen-
    tarian; Sirs. Pauline Sokoloff and
    and Mrs. Mollie Harrison, guard-
    ians.
    Board members are Mesdames
    Ir\ing Jacobson, Leo Stern. Rose
    Cootner. Dorothy Chassner. Lillian
    Sherman. Sara Zimmerman. Anne
    Gordon. Esther Solomon and Lee
    Kleber.
    groups, are being invited to at-
    tend an all-day Membership In-
    stitute on Tuesday. June 4. begin
    ning at 9 a.m. at the Deauville
    Hotel. All group and Chapter
    membership personnel BJ well as
    presidents have been invited to
    attend. The Institute will be con-
    duct.-1 by Mrs. Philip Kro-kin. of
    Norfolk. Ya.. a member of the Na-
    ' tional Board of Hadassah.
    There will be a planning session
    on Mon ay. June 3. and a meeting
    of the executive boards of all four
    | chapters on June 5. all to be held
    at the Deauville Hotel.
    The second Institute will be held
    in Tampa for Hadassah chapters
    in central, northern and West
    Coast Florida.
    ______________l_
    Communal Services
    Divisions Awards
    To Participants
    Awards for work in the 1963
    Combined Jewish Appeal cam-
    paign, and for outstanding finan-
    cial support of the campaign will
    be presented to leaders of the
    Communal Services Division at a
    final report and award meeting
    of the Greater Miami Jewish Fed-
    eration on Tuesday. 4 p.m.
    "Representatives of participat-
    ing agencies and leading syna-
    gogues who best understand the
    needs of the Jewish community, i
    the work ot Federation and sup-
    port these needs, will be honored
    for distinguished servce to Fed-
    eration." said Edward Cohen,
    chairman of the division.
    The Communal Services Divi-
    sion has increased the percent-
    age in the Division to 57 percent
    and has also received many in-
    creased contributions in honor
    of the anniversary year," he
    continued.
    "Increased giving through in-
    creased participation was the goal
    and the aim of this year's drive,
    and we will honor those who help-
    ed make this possible." Cohen
    stated. "At the meeting, five out-
    standing workers will receive cer-
    tificates of merit and all volun
    teers will be presented with
    awards for their part in the cam-
    paign."
    Friday, May 17, i&a d
    Tifereth Dance Sunday
    Last affair of the season for
    , Temple Tifereth Israel members
    .will be a dance on Sunday i
    in the social hall.
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    Aines, chairman of entertainment. Seated (left to right) are
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    Abe Goldberg, president; lack Goldsmith, recordina secretary.
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    Miami Beach B'nai B'rith
    Lodge Holds Luncheon
    Miami Beach Lodge 1591 B'nai
    B'rith weekly luncheon meeting
    will be held Tuesday noon, at the
    DiUdo Hotel.
    Meeting is dedicated to all can-
    didates for the Miami Beach City
    Council.
    Gershon Miller is program
    chairman, and Dr. Abraham Wolf-
    son, newscaster.
    TED COHEN
    Ted Cohen in j
    Councilmanic Race
    Ted Cohen. Democratic leader
    of Greater Miami, has filed as a
    candidate for the Miami Beach
    City Council race. Well known to
    Beach. County and State civic and
    politica 1 leaders, in 1962 Cohen
    was elected as Democratic Com-
    mitteeman and then to head the
    Democratic Party of the Miami
    Beach Division.
    An insurance executive and an
    alumnus of the U.S. Naval Acad-
    emy. he was voted "Outstanding
    | Young Man on Miami Beach" re-
    ceiving the Junior Chamber of
    Commerce Distinguished Service
    Award. He was also recognized by
    Gov. Farris Bryant when he won
    the Florida Junior Chamber of
    Commerce award as "Outstanding
    Citiien in the State Best Promot-
    ing Public Safety."
    Cohen has been president of the
    Miami Beach Jaycees, of the Mi
    ami Beach Civitan Club and of
    the Miami Beach. Young Demo-
    crats. He served as chairman of
    the Mayor's Safety Committee and
    of the Miami Beach Division of
    the Boy Scouts, as vice president
    Dtek Cowry Young Democrat^
    of the Miami Beach Presi-
    Council.
    A lo-pear resident of Miami
    Beach. I itej "1 feel that
    I am fulfilling a definite obliga-
    tion in bidding fi I on l"it>
    Council, for it will zi\c me more
    of an opportunity to continue m>
    community serxue in a more ef
    fcctive position."
    Miss Barbara Segal receives
    the Israel Pilgrimage Award
    from Rabbi Allen Rutchik, di-
    rector of the Southeast Re-
    gion of United Synagogues
    of America.
    Barbara Segal
    Wins Israel Trip
    Barbara Segal, of Temple Men
    orah United" Synagogue Youth, has
    received a scholarship award of
    a trip to Israel with the annual
    national USY pilgrimage
    An outstanding student at Mi
    aim Beach Senior High and at
    Temple Menorah. Barbara will
    join 110 students from all over
    the United States and Canada who
    will leave on July 3 for a six week
    visit to Israel. The award is giv-
    en "in recognition of outstanding
    work in the USY and for superb
    achievement in Jewish studies."
    Daughter ot Mr. and Mrs. Jack
    Segal. 7311 Byron Ave.. Barbara
    and her parents came here from
    New Haven. Conn., four years ago.
    They immediately affiliated with
    Temple Menorah and have always
    been active members. Rabbi May-
    er Abramowitz is spiritual leader
    of the Temple.
    Southeast Region of United
    Synagogue Youth makes an annual
    scholarship award to "recognize
    the achievement of those USY'ers
    who stand out in over 1.500 mem-
    bers of the organization."
    Golden Ring Club
    Holds Memorial
    Miami Beach Golden Ring Club
    3 will hold a memorial meeting
    in honor of the late president of
    Israel. Itzhak Ben-Zvi. on Thurs-
    day, 7:30 p.m.. at 832 Washington
    Ave
    Guest speaker will be Rabbi
    Morris A. Skop with Cantor Her-
    tl 'ottlieh chanting appropriate
    selections Both are from Temple
    lilUl M... .ill
    At a recent board meeting of
    the club. Bfldrested b\ m
    Berman. executive director of I.-
    rael HiMadrut Committee, the or
    ganization pledged it.-elf to e.tah
    lish a medical project in the plan-
    ned new medical center in BteV-
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    May 23.
    Bernard Furman. cultural chair-
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    Newly elected officers and board
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    Irs. Mintzes in Hag Presentation
    Senior Citizens Association of
    jiami Beach installation was held
    the Algiers Hotel on Tuesday
    ining, Apr. 23.
    Opening prayer was offered-by
    hbi Tibor Stern and Cantor
    uirice Mamches sang the U.S.
    Israel national anthems,
    i ouotjr Commissioner Chuck
    till acted as master of ceremon-
    ,md County Commissioner Alex
    idon installed the slate of ot-
    ters.
    Mrs. Joe Mintzes, president,
    i rented the Greater Miami All
    nerican flag, given to the or-
    mzation by Look Magazine and
    o National Municipal League,
    r its work with the sick and
    dy of the community.
    Guests of honor were Dr. T. E.
    ato and Dr. Kermit H. Gates of
    acksOB Memorial Hospital, and
    ed Heller, chairman of the execu-
    v< board, gave a brief talk.
    Plaques were presented to Com.i
    I Gordon, Com. Hall, Max Goldhag-
    en, membership chairman, and
    ] Mrs. Al Laufrebaum, secretary.
    Chairman ef the event was Mrs.
    , Amy I-Iaber.
    USY Installs of
    uday Evening Services
    During late Friday evening ser-
    ies at Temple, Zion, installation
    new officers of the United Syn-
    _ue Youth Group will be held
    Kabbi Alfred Waxman offic-
    .'^oing president, Terry Gross-
    will present the gavel to Vic-
    H'utchman.
    hen to be installed: vice pres-
    . Shelley Bronwit;. secretary,
    ara Yagman; treasurer. Alan
    a; and chaplain, Lawrence
    nan.
    Farr Holds Open
    House for Campaign
    Aaron Farr, candidate for Mi-
    ami Beach City Council, held open
    house on Sunday at his campaign
    headquarters, 713 71st St.
    Although he is a newcomer to
    the political scene, Farr, co-owner
    of Farr Tours with offices and
    associate offices throughout the
    world, is an ardent Miami Beach
    booster, and feels he knows the I
    answers to tourist problems in the |
    area.
    As he told the many who came
    to meet him on Sunday. "A con-
    certed effort, sparked by a man
    experienced in tourism, must be
    made to attract more and more
    people to Miami Beach."
    You know my slogan," he con-
    tinued. "a tourist in every room.'.,
    and that's the happy result I want
    to help bring about ii I'm ^'iven
    the opportunity of representing
    you in Council."
    - Mrs. Jean C. Lehman is head of
    the Women's Committee of Farr
    for Council, assisted by Mrs. Ben
    Zion Ginsburg. Mrs. William Bren-
    ner, Mrs. Harry Schiff and Mrs.
    Sidney Schwartz.
    Temple Israel Sisterhood
    Plans Luncheon Party
    Luncheon and card party under
    the auspices of Temple Israel Sis-
    terhood is planned for Tuesday,
    11:30 a.m. in the social hall, .
    Hostesses are Mrs. Hedy New-
    man, Mrs. Rose Rose, Mrs. Lea
    Patnick and Mrs. Lila Astor.
    Royal Hungarian Owners Lose Lease;
    Plan New Location for Coming Season
    Anne Frank Chapter Installs
    Mrs. David Shwiller has been
    reelected president of the Anne
    Frank Chapter, B'nai B'rith Wom-
    en, and Mrs. Abe Levine, cor-
    responding secretary.
    Installation of officers will be
    at a luncheon Tuesday noon, at
    the Everglades Hotel.
    Dora Stein Donor
    Features Rabbi
    Featured speakers at the Dora
    Stein Sisterhood donor luncheon,
    Sunday, noon, will be Rabbi Mor-
    ton Malavsky and Mrs. William
    Dickson, president of the Florida
    Branch, National Women's League.
    To be held at the Lombardy
    Hotel, the affair will be chaired
    by Mrs. Estelle Lazarus and Mrs.
    Chester Leiter.
    Hostesses for the afternoon will
    be Mrs. George Graham, Mrs.
    Louis Sonsky. Mrs. Sam Mitchell
    and Mrs. Albert Winston.
    Dance recital by the students
    of the Grimms Dramatic School
    will be presented.
    After 13 years at the same loca-
    tion, 731 Washington Ave., Miami
    Beach, Mr. and Mrs. Philip Weiss,
    of the Royal Hungarian Restau-
    rant, announced that they have
    lost their lease and closed the
    popular Beach dining spot after a
    gala farewell celebration on Moth-
    er's Day, May 12th.
    The couple came to this area 17
    years ago and worked for one
    season in the hotel business. The
    following year the Weisses pur-
    chased a small restaurant on the
    corner of Washington and 8th St.
    in the Royal Hotel, moving four
    years later to the permanent lo-
    cation. Because of their Hungar-
    ian ancestry the couple decided on
    "The Royal Hungarian," as a
    name for the new establishment.
    Working side by side, with Mrs.
    Weiss preparing most of the spec-
    ialties for which the restaurant
    has become popular, they were
    able themselves to supervise the
    Kashrus of the foods being prepar-
    ed. (Mr. Weiss was the organizer
    and the founder of the now com-
    munity-wide Balabatim Vaad Ha-
    kashrus. of which he was the pres-
    ident for three years.)
    In 1961 they entered the field
    of Kosher catering both at the
    Royal Hungarian and in Temples
    and Synagogues throughout Great-
    er Miami. Among their patrons is
    Eastern Air Lines for whom they
    prepare Kosher packaged meals
    for Kashruth-observing travelers.
    The Weisses are the parents of
    iuuv children, the oldest, Miriam,
    and three sons, Solomon, David
    and Jacob. The boys are all stu-
    dents at the Hebrew Academy,
    from which their daughter, now
    attending Miami Beach Hi g h
    School, was a graduate.
    Mr. Weiss is on the board of di-
    rectors of the Hebrew Academy. A
    World War II veteran, he is a
    member of the Jewish War Vet-
    erans, North Shore Post 677, B'nai
    B'rith Lodge-1591, vice past pres-
    ident of the Mizrachi Hapoel Ham-
    izrachi, Kneseth Israel Congrega-
    tion and Beth Tfilah, and served
    as a member of the Mayor's Social
    Service Board.
    Mrs. Weiss is a member of Pio-
    neer Women, Hadassah, and a life
    member of Mizrachi Women and
    Hebrew Academy Women.
    Mr. Weiss announced that al-
    though the dining room has been
    closed, the catering service is still
    available. He also stated that he
    and Mrs. Weiss are "considering
    several propositions" which in-
    clude plans to open at a new loca-
    tion in the fall "with the most
    up-to-date" and elaborate Kosher
    establishment the area has ever
    known."S.T.
    George Isaacs Wins
    $300 Research Prize
    Native Miamian, George Isaacs,
    with Robert Kasper, classmate at
    the University of Miami School of
    Medicine, has won first prize of
    $300 for a paper entered in the
    Annual Student Research Day.
    The paper was entitled "An In-
    Yitro Microscopic Study of Red
    Blood Cell Changes in Cerebro-
    spinal Fluid."
    Son of Mrs. Rae Isaacs, 2383 SW
    27th Lane, George is on a 4-year
    scholarship, and was recently
    elected to Alpha Omega Alpha,
    national medical honor society.
    After receiving his degree in
    June, the young doctor will serve
    his internship at the New York
    Hospital. Cornell University Med-
    ical Center in New York City.
    I
    : :pter presidents, Women's American ORT,
    be installed on Wednesday are (seated
    t to right) Mrs. Abbe Lane, Islanders; Mrs.
    ;eph Swimmer, Hollywood; Mrs. Louis
    ion, Reqion; Mrs. Faye V. Klausner, Coral
    les; Mrs. Ben Weinshank, Biscayne; Mrs.
    nry Gilbert, North Dade. Standing (left to
    right) are Mrs. Stanley Phillips, Bay; Mrs. Mar-
    tin Grosswald, North Miami, Mrs. Henrietta
    Bolotin, Greater Miami; Mrs. Seymour Gold-
    stein, South Miami; Mrs. Morris W. Green-
    berg, Greynolds Park; Mrs. Lou Jacobson, Mi-
    ami Beach Afternoon; Mrs. Steve Hutt, South-
    west.
    Mtheastern Florida Region ORT In Chapter Installation
    ve chapters of the South-
    Si i ii Florida Region of Women's
    uu an ORT, with a member-
    ) ol around 2,000 women, will
    1 an installation luncheon on
    Im sday, noon, at Westbrooke
    |ir.try Club.
    flping Hands" wiU be the
    theme of the day. chaired by Mrs. Women's American ORT 15 dunam
    Harold Schneider. Rabbi Irving
    Lehrman will give the invocation
    and install the officers.
    Mrs. Joseph Wilkes, region past
    president, will present a program
    of songs with special lyrics, ac-
    companied by Mrs. Syd Hoff.
    Municipality of Haifa has given
    of land for construction of the
    Jeanette Orleans Gayl Memorial
    Center. ORT now maintains over
    600 schools and installations in 20
    countries, with three schools on
    the planning board for Israel to be
    started as soon as funds are avail-
    able.
    MR. AND MRS. PHIUP WtISS
    Bgional officers of Women's American ORT
    be installed Wednesday are (seated left to
    |htj Mrs. Alan Tannen and Mrs. Philip Stark,
    re presidents; Mrs. Louis Baron, president;
    Ms. Jack Fils, executive committee chair-
    :n; Mrs. William Fishman and Mrs. Willard
    rhlgemuth, vice president. Standing (left
    to right) are Mrs. Harold Schneider, treasurer;
    Mrs. Mark Cirlin, parliamentarian; Mrs. Flor-
    ence Kupperman, vice president; Mrs. Ewald
    Ziffer, financial secretary, Mrs. Seymour Shaf-
    ran. recording secretary; Mrs. Richard Green-
    baiim, vice president; Mrs. Alan Venzer, cor-
    responding secretary.
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    Friday. May 17. 1963
    Dr. Lehrman
    Installs 49ers
    Dr. Irving 1 .elirnian will be guest
    speaker and installing officer at
    the annual installation banquet of I
    The Forty -Niners of Temple
    Emanu Kl on Sunday, 6:30 p.in in
    Sirkin Hall.
    Officers for 1963 d4 arc Irving
    Schatxman, president; Mrs. Joseph
    Alpern. Joseph lireenberg. Irving
    Schencker, Max Sulken. vice pres-
    idents; Mrs. Freda Newman, hon-
    orary past president; Ben Levine,
    treasurer; Mrs. Simon Berstem.
    Harry Feldman. financial secre-
    taries; Mrs. Wolf trewanter, Mrs.
    Frieda Saht. recording secretaries;
    Ben Moskow iti. serjeant-at-arms.
    and Joseph Creenbers. social sec-
    retary.
    Board members are: Mr. and
    Mrs. Joseph Alpern. Mr. and Mrs.
    Joseph A\erbook. Mr. and Mrs
    Simon Berstem. Mr. and Mrs. Max
    Fonberg. Mr and Mrs. Wolf C.e-
    wanter. Mr. and Mrs. Klias Hal
    pern, Mr and Mrs Rubin llynun.
    Mr. and Mrs Ben MoafcearitS, Mr
    and Mrs Isadore Pass. Mr. and
    Mrs. tgvtftg Schatxman. Mr. and
    Mrs Morril Secman. Mr and Mrs
    Nathan Slutrker. Mr and Mrs Max
    Sulken.
    Also Mrs Nettie BeaenaaB, Mis
    David Berger, Mrs Ettie Dane
    Mrs Samson Davidson, Mrs Fan-
    me QeMherg -< ph Greenberg,
    Mrs. .Anna I Ben Levine
    Mrs Freda Newman. Louis Rudges,
    Mrs. Frieda Snlit, Irving Schenck-
    er, Fhs Schnil < r
    Founders Club Selects Meyer

    Students graduating during services Friday evening at Temple
    Beth Am. who have attended the Congregation's Religious
    School since its inception eight years ago. Lett to right are
    Mark Freeman, Eunice Tall, Diane Selditch, Elaine Brenner,
    Linda Green. Robert Prager. Not in picture, Roger Angel. Beth
    Am recently dedicated a second school wing. The school has
    900 students and 28 professional teachers. Sixty-four students
    will be confirmed this year._________________________
    James Albert Heads Beth Sholom Cong.
    Fershkos in Recital
    A joint recital of ballads and
    folk Simgs of Asia. Europe. Israel
    and the Americas, will be given
    OB Saturday evening by Sarah and
    Hay tin Fershko in the DiLido Ho-
    tel Theatre.
    Pianist Fershko will perform his
    arrangement of Ellstein's Negev
    Concerto and his Ballad in B flat
    His wife will sing old and new
    favorites.
    Larson Qualifies
    For Beach Council
    A resident of Miami Beach for
    17 years. Charles F. Larson has
    qualified for the Miami Beach City
    Council race.
    A three year veteran serving in
    the Vailed States Coast Guard.
    1 arson is a graduate of hit* school,
    service f ngam 111114 school, service
    fire fighting school, aad studied
    business property management at
    the CDiversity of Miami.
    ""Owning a successful apartment
    house en Miami Beech tor the past
    17 years," says Larson. "1 think
    I understand Miami Beach taxes.
    pohce needs, advertising and pro-
    motion. It's time we had ener-
    getic, aggressive young men in
    government. he rentmiitd "to
    give us ne\ ideas and new solu-
    tions to old problems.'
    Active in youth work. Larson hi
    a member of American Legion
    Post 146 ami F4AM. 1*0 Ocean
    Bay Lodge.
    Twentieth .innual congregational
    meeting of Temple Beth Sholom
    will be held on Saturday teaming
    in the auditorium. Meeting will
    be preceded by a cocktail party
    and dinner and the formal open
    Young Judaeans
    Close Activities
    A Maceabea combined with the
    celebration of the 15th anniver-
    sary of Israel's Independence will
    mark the closing of the year's ac-
    tivities tor the 25 Young Judaean
    groups of Greater Miami.
    Program wiM in* In da races
    and contests, umpslitian m
    aceup newspapers and group
    songs in ikwiwdwiim the out-
    standing group. Jurlpn will be
    meaahsrs ef aho See* Florida
    Zionist Youth Cm
    ganued by Moons*** aad Zien.
    he Organization of amarira.
    which supports the youth pro-
    gram.
    ing of a photographic exhibit by
    David Perlmutter. Israeli photo
    grapher-ar:it
    Rabbi Richard Hirsch. director
    of the Religious Action Center of
    the UAHC. Washington. DC will
    >peak on "The Significance of the
    First Jewish Action Center in the
    National Captal."
    Newly elected officers of the
    Temple and its affiliates will be
    installed by Rabbi Leon Kronish.
    spiritual leader of the Congrega-
    tion, assisted by Cantor David
    Conviser.
    James M. Albert will be install-
    ed for a third term as president,
    and Dr. Harry E. Wolk for a sec-
    ond term as president of the
    Brotherhood. Mrs. Leo Levin is
    newly-elected president of the Sis-
    terhood and Mrs. Sanford Levine,
    newly-elected president ef the
    PTA.
    """- ~ Breotfasf for Gtilktrt
    ana x.ov
    Baron de Hirsch Meyer was in-
    stalled as chairman of the Foun-
    lers Club of Mt. Sinai Hospital
    luring a luncheon meeting on,
    Vednesdayj at" the Fontaineblcau
    Hotel.
    A member of the original board
    of trustees and the wrst preai-
    dent of Mt. Sinai Hospital.
    Mayor was elected in l*4o and
    served for two yoaes. Ho has
    played a vital role in the devel-
    opment and progress of Mt.
    Sinai Hospital.
    He is a prominent attorney and
    a member and past president of
    the Bar Association of Miami
    Beach. A well known civic leader,
    he is past vice president and a
    trustee of the University of Miami,
    past president of the American
    Jewish Committee for New York's
    Institute of Human Relations, a
    director of United Fund, and vice
    president of the Jewish Home for
    the Aged.
    He is active in the Opera Guild
    of Greater Miami and a member
    of the National Conference of Chris-
    tians and Jews.
    Meyer will succeed Leonard A.
    Wien who has served as the
    Club's chairman for the past
    three years.
    Nominating chairman Sam Blank
    presented the following slate lor
    election: vice chairmen. A. C.
    Fine. Mac Gache. Phillip Isaacs.
    Benjamin Kline. Sam C. Levenson:
    secretary. Jerry Blank.
    Founders Club of Mt. Sinai Hos-
    pital includes 83 nun and women
    who have contributed a minimum
    of $50,000 for the continuous pro-
    gress of the hospital, and are dedi-
    Vor/efy Serving Project
    for Roosevelt Chapter
    Twelve members of Eleanor
    Roosevelt Chapter of B'nai B nth.
    , under the leadership of Mrs. Nor-
    , man Sand, are sewing infants'
    , gowns and flannelette bed jackets
    for children at Variety Children's
    Hospital.
    A center of healing, teaching
    ; and research, the hospital is pres-
    ently conducting a fund-drive to
    add 50 beds, build new surgical
    rooms and expand its faculties.
    cated to maintaining the hifth stan-
    dards of patient care and the teach-
    ing and research program- gj Mt.
    Sinai.
    Honored for birthdays at the af-
    fair were founders Mrs. Lila Heat-
    ter, Isadore Hccht. Samuel Kann
    aad Leon Lowenstcin. The Club's
    traditional birthday celebrations
    start at age 35 and at 5-ye..: inter-
    vals thereafter.
    JNF Council Awards
    Faithful Workers
    Jewish National Fund ^uncil
    of Greater Miami will hold us an
    ' nual award night on Wednesday in
    ; the French Room of the Fontaine
    bleau Hotel.
    Leon J. Ell. president of the
    Council said. "Awards will 6e pre-
    sented to leaders and net tail wh_
    'have distingui>hed themse
    ' during the past year by their 9. .
    standing achievement on behalf >i
    Jewish National Fund."
    Guest speaker will be Rnhhi
    Morris Skop. spiritual leader ut
    Temple Beth Shirah Cantor
    Herman Gottlieb will present .t
    program of songs accompar t-d on
    the piano by Esther Barrett
    Digntfindf beautiful end
    reverently cared for
    urroundiAfs for our
    During the year Young Judaeans
    participated in a winter camping
    program at Owansa Bauer far jun-
    iiors, a spring conclave far seniors,
    sent cartons of clothes for Youth
    Ahyah settlements in Israel, par
    -urinated m Youth Ahyah and Jew-
    ish National Fund nmd-raistng aad
    established contact with the Shlu-
    chot Settlement in Israel as their
    sister Kibbuts.
    Young Judaea also sponsors
    Camp Judaea in Hendensoovule.
    MX. Mrs. Frank Faxbenhloom is
    camp chairman.
    aumts t. lAMsom
    Gould Hearing Aids
    Holds Open House
    Stanley Gould Hearing Aids, aa-
    thorued Zenith Hearing Aid deal-
    ers, are holding open house this
    month in observance of national
    "Better Hearing Month."
    Sponsored by the American
    Hearing Society d behalf of the
    aathmatad 15 million people hoee
    hearing is unpaired, the 35ih aa-
    nual Better Hearing Month"
    campaign is ilcngnad to alert
    famines and friends of the hard
    ef heating to the services now
    avaiiahle to them.
    >oung adults aad
    middle-aged people whose hearing
    loss has resitted in their missing
    the world of sound will want te
    explore the 1 ef the Amer-
    ican Hearing Society." Gould said.
    Daring the open house at 1085
    Lincoln Rd.. free demonstrations
    -1 on the eewest elec-
    tronic haariflg matrument*. mchsd-
    :he most recent development
    in ear level heating. Zenith's
    Delegate' Searmg aid. a minia-
    ture transistorised, unit aligning
    More than 350 active campaign
    workers attended a kickoff break
    fast hi the Sea Gull Hotel for
    Beach City Council aspirant Hy-
    men GalbuL
    The two-hour campaign kickoff
    breakfast, which was attended by
    more than two doren Beach civic
    leaders, heard Galbut's three
    youngest sons. Russell. Albie and
    David, address the overflowing
    crowd at the breakfast.
    Miami Beach attorney Hyman
    Galbut, seeking a seat oa the Mi-
    ami Beach City Council, pledges
    that if ejected "our publicity pro-
    aiooon will be increased both na-
    tionally and internationally, with-
    out increased costs 10 the taxpay-
    er. I will devote my full energy
    to the development ef the present
    cenveauen bureau ante a more ef-
    fective vehicle, benefittwg our
    economy through an increased
    budget, more offices through the
    Catted States, a larger staff and
    participating support by every
    concern doing business ia Miami
    Beach."
    UCAL MOTtCff"
    Powell Recipient f
    Plaque for Service
    (
    Special recogniton of civic ef I
    forts by D. Lee IVv.ell during his'
    i 21 years as mayor, vice mayor
    and councilman was accorded by'
    Miami Beach's South Shore Citi-
    zens Club at their monthly meet-
    ing this week.
    I Highlight of the meeting, which',
    marked the 10th anniversary of
    the founding of the Beach civic
    organization, was the award of a
    plaque to Powell by Louis Shaf-
    kin. president. The plaque was:
    inscribed: "In grateful recognition'
    for your valuable services as our
    Mayor-Ciflren-and Civic Leader."
    WO 1-7693
    This Emblem
    Identifies Your
    Welcome Wagon
    Sponsors^
    NOTICE UNO**
    FICTITIOUS NAME CAW
    N r i> HKKKBY : undvrvJcaw-d. tU^irta* u a>.
    (uaaaaa* mp^-it ik* th-iutxua Mm,- i
    -v iprrs li n <- n son bt
    I'U'R KAK *: \4<\ -tUUi> \. Ml
    lW*rti. lit imir mil with ihv >*WrK of th, <'n-
    v\>ori < IWkW Vufti\ Hurl
    MYS :.ia,N"
    RITI, v\\ I'lXAN.vXl
    1 lU-RTt'N k-:\>
    I Afro 1) f v> '>
    NOTICE L'NOE*
    FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
    N A \ lhat
    -
    1. in
    \i \\
    Richard Asks For
    Return to Council
    Councilman Mel Richard, cam-
    paigning for a leurth term in the
    Miami Beach council, is asking
    voters to support him on June 4
    so that he can continue "to fight
    against waste, inefficiency aad
    special favors to special inter
    ests
    Citnii; trams, tax reductions
    ami giveaway goii concessions as
    txpi.al e\4inple> ot municipal mis-
    management that raise Ike etef of
    goveinmoiu. Kieharil s.i>s 1 de
    pkkre the multi millions of ilollars
    amgted threegh incompetence and
    bTftapanatMattj M all levels of
    rntnent."
    rmi aaielwelifclfTHf*,,',T
    HtMS IrfrHKSTfh IM
    SPONSOeSIIIP, PlIASI CALi
    HI 8-4994
    MARCIE
    M




    Pride y. May 17. 1963
    | Visitors Council Holds
    Sixth Annual Dinner
    \o\ien Ring Club Sunday
    Star 'tertainer at the concert
    . be give* by the Miami Beach
    ,olden Ring Club 3 on Sunday Sixth annual dinner meeting of
    u,nr; May 26, at the Farband the Council for International
    entei fc32 Washington Ave.. will; Visitors of Greater Miami was to
    phuni ist Sam Wexler, who will be held this Thursday May 16
    resen' n original, witty journal, 7.30 p.m.. at the Coral Gables
    * ImI#> Wl^rirHi^r,
    Page 15-B
    LEGAL NOTICE
    NOTICE UNDER
    FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
    NOTICE 18 HEREBY C11VBN Hint
    Hit- nnderstRned, d-strlng t in business under the fictitious name
    of F.Mi-SHA-Nu< ..N s CHINA iLYMA
    LEGAL NOTICE
    Btitled
    Wex.
    lor to
    ard."
    1 her
    The Miami 'Gragger'."
    - is a frequent contribu
    The Jewish Daily For-
    Country Club.
    A non-profit, non-partisan group
    of civic minded Greater Miami
    C b 1 / f i c
    .EVV.
    larry It.. 54,
    . NVw man.
    died
    May 4.
    .left.,.
    rralds
    i.f lulu
    I'I ,. P- -.*M> ........
    riMBEFG. Hal i>. :t. "f 621 Jeff,i'i
    Z\ died M-'> :; Wvereldi
    uPlNv.iN, Benjamin. 66, of H'l
    "Knci ltd died May I.
    c.MTE -THAL, Mm. MolHe, 66. UM
    l"v : died May 2- Riverside.
    PEARL 'Irs Boohl* Robinson. St, of
    >|, -Uvania At*., ilit-il May I.
    rnLC-'EIN. Lottie, died. Blank
    ISAAC'.- i'- Bono, '* of I*" SW
    ..in > -11- i Apr. : tiordon.
    I
    10
    With ui,. ci.rk of the I'll.
    of Dade County, Florida.
    Dated at Miami, Florida
    'lay of May, IMS
    CHINARAMA, INC.
    . ....... F,V1U > A'\'n < >j;hak. President
    home hospitality, promotes friend- MYErE heiman? kaplan r"
    ships and helps create better un- u5oYwCiat'i
    derstanding of life in the U.S. for Miami, Florida
    visitors, most of whom come I5SS2*** *****
    through the U.S. State Department A,,"""-y "" A".....
    or privately sponsored interna-i
    tional programs.
    i i't.N';-siIA-Nni..N s i-lllNAlLVMA "i M.\umi-JAi <<., (no! inc.) al
    ii number lfi*n W. I)lxl llwv tIT Savmui *thi- Coral UhMm,
    [he City of North Miami Beach i-ior- F''""'|l. Intenda to register said name
    la intends to register the aald name w,,h ""' <'lerk "' "' Circuit Court
    ult Court
    this 6th
    Jewish Daily Eagle" and citizens, the organization provides
    ulish publications.
    c ant
    '10. IT. "t. 31
    LEGAL NOTICE
    kOSCV- -Z.
    jfism. ui"
    l-rael.
    .Ii. koSE^t-UM.
    Apr. SO.
    Jacob I'avid.
    ..# ..<)!... v ---- <-.,,.. ii.ion- twin .lie
    i' \; .' "' "" Ctrouli Court of i>ad.- <
    Hiv.-r-
    tj; of
    new-
    IsmiTi- vine.
    K.I died April I".
    died Apr. :. Rtv-
    |CREE' tERO,
    llchai I, 84, "f
    li.-.l Apr -"
    l...ni-. SS,
    .Ii..I Apr.
    I'*', i Ii \
    Riverside
    of 3JT Ban-
    It, River-
    Itrd
    EEAf: LN. Cdailes Kiln. 2:'" -
    Ma) :. I :lank
    ic-i'"[R Mi- Pauline s.. M, al
    1,1 i>r., died Ma) I. Rlv-
    kGRO"- '-<. Mrs Lena, of isos Col-
    died Miv I Riverside.
    IMITK H. '-'. of '""< W. U'
    Mrs.
    U, .
    Id.
    |CREE- .VALD.
    Stt Ka Av
    Ha
    M.I.
    tORCC
    li.
    died Ma) io. River-
    Revs S .!.
    died May !.
    of S51S
    River-
    Charles, SO, of llo
    died May I. Cordon.
    HERAiN. I'.. i i.uii'ii. 71. of LM6-;ist
    >; dii o Ma) I lilvei -I.I.-.
    B0VER, Mrs. Julia, mi. of .:''-l Collins
    v. i May Rlvaralde
    IND---SN, Al.iaham. 7:1. Of I1H N\V
    Ird HI .li.-.l May 7. (iord.m.
    COLOECSS, Maurice, 7S. of 185
    -. \\.- died May 6. Rlv-

    LEVINE, I..r.n.e. of 1*10 th St.,
    SREBE'.iCK. IxmiIi.. 77. of ll SW
    .li.-.l May :.. Riverside.
    LEGAL NOTICE
    NOTICE UNDER
    r .TITIOUS NAME LAW
    ' IS IlkOtKBT lirVBN that
    unit- .mi.-.l. .1.-IririK to eiii::.<,-
    h.i.-i- ih. fi. IItlous name
    ; -;1 ITKI.IC \l |nNs at MM
    ' \\ St., Miami 17, Florida In
    mda edater Ha Id name with the
    Circuit Court of I'.ul.
    Mint) Florida.
    . 'i.i' i. in in i:i.si:n
    i sole n. i '
    :. i7-"4-:n. 1 :
    NOTICE UNDER
    FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
    NOT1CB IS HERKBY GIVEN that
    the understsned, desirlnc to engage
    in hiisin.-. under the fictitious name
    "f IKK.Max ^- CO, at li"i Alnsley
    riulldlnc. Miami, l-'lorl.la. int.nil ti.
    reaister said name with the Clerk
    ouniy,
    Florida.
    r"OHERT I. PBRMAN
    Mll.T.iN PERMAN
    JOAN A U1I.MEK
    HRRBERT SCHWEITZER
    ROH8, STAMKR, H'OLP I HAFT
    Ml...i in % f..r I .-i-mail A Co.
    Ill East i-n.i si New York City,
    .". 17. 14, Si, '.-7
    IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
    IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
    FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
    No. 59-W2-C
    In RR: Estate uf
    MAI RICE i;nl.l'i:. iss
    In-ceased
    NOTICE TO CREDITORS
    T.. All rredltors and All I'i i -n-
    Havlmt claim- ..r Demands Asuinsi
    Bald Ksiat.
    Vou are hereb; notified and requir-
    ed to present an) rlalms and donutnds
    which you ma) have aitainsi ih.
    -i.il. ..I MAI'RICE <:< 'l.i 'l" >ss. de-
    i. ased late .-i l iade Count). Plo Ida,
    io ih.- County Judges <>f Bade Coun-
    ty, an.I file tin- sain.- in duplicate
    and as provided In Section 7U.ll,
    l-i.>nlu Statutes, in their offices In
    ih. (\.unt\ Courthouse in Dade Coun-
    ty, ilorfda, within six alen.lar
    in.mills from the time .f the first
    pul'li. ation hereof, or Ike sun. will
    Ih hurred.
    iHtted at Miami. Florida, this Mb
    .lay of May. A l>. lHt>;l.
    .-- CHARLES col.ur.oss
    As Kxe.-ulor
    First puhli. alioii of this notice
    : th.- 17th day of May. 1M
    THKoim>ri-: R. NELSON
    1 Attorney f..i Executor
    UH Lincoln Road
    Miami Beach, Florida
    :. 17. 24, 11,
    IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
    ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
    FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
    COUNTY. IN CHANCERY,
    No. 6SC 98
    DOLLAR SAVINC.s HANK OF THE
    CITY OF NEW YORK,
    Plaintiff,
    ALFRKO I.. I.ASHER et ux
    Defendants.
    NOTICE of suit
    TO: ALFRKO I. I.ASHKIt
    :.:" Boston Nick Road
    North Kingston. Rhode Island
    You are hereby notified that the
    above captioned action has been insti-
    tUted aaainst you in the Circuit Court
    .f the ELEVENTH Judicial Circuit
    of Florida in ami for Dude County
    to foreclose a mortgage upon the fol-
    lowing described real prooerty:
    i^.t in. Mock 4:'. so .TT LAKE
    MANOR SECTION SIX. according
    to the Plat thereof, recorded in Plat
    li..ok 65, Page 11 of the Public Rec-
    ords of Dade Count). Floi Ida
    You are reiiulred to file your nn-
    -".- to plaintiffs complaint with the
    Clerk of tin- aforesaid Court, and
    serve copy thereof upon plaintiff's
    attornej MARTIN FINE, nth Floor
    Dade Federal Bldg., Miami 32, Flor-
    ida not later than May "7th. IMS, or
    a Decree Pro Confeaao will !>< entered
    against you.
    DATED: April 24, 1963.
    K i: LEATHERMAN, Clerk,
    circuit Court, l'.ule Count)', Florida
    (s.-ai) By: c. P. o iPBLAND
    D.-|iut\ Clerk
    MARTIN FINE
    Attorney for Plaintiff
    nth Floor Dad.- Federal Blag.
    Miami 12, Florida
    4/26. s '3 10 17. 24
    NOTICE UNDER
    FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
    NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
    the underslKiie.1, desiring to enRuxe
    in business iiinlei the fictitious name
    of HARFER-JAY Co
    LEGAL NOTICE
    of Dade County. Florida.
    M. BCH1FF
    QEORQE, AMES A- R1TTER
    1160 s.\v. Hi-st Street
    Miami :i. Florida
    By: MKKVYN I, AMES
    Attorneys for Applicant
    NOTICE UNDER
    FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
    NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVMN thai
    the undersigned, desiring to aogsge
    In business under the 'lciltlou* name
    (not inc.) at|0f CK'ERARO JEWELRY STORE 01
    Tl~ N.K. lsi Avenue, Miami, Florida
    intend to registei said name with Ihe
    clerk of the Circuit Court of Dlule
    JEAN .!. CICERARI '
    B8TKBAN AI.VA III-"'.
    S..U i iv. n.-i
    aiLBERT .- TOVNti
    Attorney for Applicants
    4U7 Lincoln Roan
    S 10, 17. 24, '!
    1*. 31. ti, 7
    on
    ''.-7
    IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
    IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
    FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
    No M500-B
    in RE: Estate of
    HARRY D. I INBBRU
    1 < l s. .1
    NOTICE TO CREDITORS
    To All Creditors and All Pel
    Having Claims or Demands Again*)
    Said Rstat.
    Yog i. hereb) notified and requir-
    ed io preaa m any claims and demands
    which v 11 ma) have against the
    . state ol HARRY D FINRERH, de-
    reaaed lale -.i Hade County, Florida,
    Io the Count) Judges "f Dade coun-
    ty, ami fib- the sain, in duplicate
    and as provided in Section 733 If,
    i-1..ii.i.i Statutes, in their offices In
    the County Courthouse in Dade c,.un-
    tv. Florida, iilim si\ ralendar
    months iioin the tinie of the first
    publication hereof, or the same mil
    I*- barred
    11 i,-.l at Miami. Florida, this Sill
    dv of Mar, a i> r
    lior.A H FINBERO
    EDNA i: FINBERO
    a- i "o-Kxe.-utrl.
    First publication of this notice on
    Mtorney, llllery F'. Silv.-i I(ll. i;,|, ,|:n ,.i May, IMJ.
    r.i-..,Mie Bulhlinir. Miami I ARONOVITZ, SILVER & scllKR
    an.I HI. the oriftinal An- i Attorn.-vs for Co-ExeOUtrlcas
    so; Alnsley Building
    Miami ::-'. Florida .
    ;"iCE BY PUBLICATION
    IH THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
    LEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
    FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
    C:.NTY. IN CHANCERY.
    No. 63C5276
    "Hi \ SCHREINBR, JR..
    1
    v IM'NC \N SCHREINER,
    am.
    SUIT FOR DIVORCE
    i 'unoaa Bchreiner
    V. I IO-II I'I,lie, Apt. 9-.I
    N k, N.'M .i.-r>e>'
    s r Ih) I 'inn.iii S.-hrelner, ar.-
    :n.I that a Kill of Coiu-
    i" Divorce has been filed
    :aln-' i. and >oii are ronillrad t
    rv<.....^ "f \..ur Answer or Head-
    Hill ..f Complaint on the
    Sding ill the office of tile
    . i ii. un i 'ourt on oi !
    ih day of .Inn.-. !!;::. If
    - do so, Judgment will be
    llSI lull for tile relief le-
    ihe Hill of Complaint.
    . shall be pubnshed once
    for foui consecutive areeka
    WISH FLORIDIAN
    W'l' ORDERED at Miami.
    14th day "f m.in ad.
    i: VIHKRMAN. CV rk,
    in i. Dade Count v. I loi Ida
    K M I.Y.MAN.
    I', |.iitv Clerk
    SII.VERMAN
    H illdlag
    Ida
    Plaintiff
    - 17. 24,
    s T- COUNTY JUDGES COURT
    '*> 'ND FOR DADE COUNTY,
    c-ORIDA IN PROBATE
    . No. 59544-A
    Ii ol
    I Via; IN a I. a
    F'lXKKI.STEIN a k a
    '' K
  • I'- .,|
    TICE TO CREDITORS
    iiii.k;
    I
    ,
    itori and All I'.-isoiis llav-
    i I'eiuaii'ls Agiilnst Said
    hereb) notified and rci|Ulr-
    t an) Claims and demands
    mil) have against the ea-
    SSIE slARUIN a k a QL'S-
    a k a 1HSSIK
    H deceased late "f Dade
    a, i ih.- itaunt) Judges
    ' | and file the -anu in
    in.I as provided In Section
    Statutes), in their of-
    th>- ('ounl \ i 'out tin.use iii
    II.....la. Within -ix al-
    I ..... the time Of the
    in.-n hereof, hi the same
    .i
    Miami, Florida, tiii< ISth
    A D. 19*3.
    RNARD UOLLINOER
    DAVID QOLLINOER
    v-- Executors
    n m.im't
    Kxe. n..i s
    Willlll B. a. h. I- la
    :, i;. 14, SI, 6 '
    It..,.,
    rhlch
    ItC ..;
    I
    t>
    NOTICE UNDER
    FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
    NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVBN thai
    the undersigned, deelrlng to
    in business under thi fictitious nnmes
    of HAY TERRACE and BA1 rKK-
    RACE ASSfK'IATES at IS..0 West
    w.nue. Miami Beach, Florida, in-
    tend I" register sold names "!"'''''
    Clark "I 'I'-- Circuit (ourt of 1 '"'
    County, Florida .....
    M \i:\ in KLEIN
    RARNETT'H rHARTZ
    MVItTIN FINK
    Attorney for Appllcanta
    Hth floor, Bade Federal Bldg.
    Miami ::::. Florida
    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 4889
    EDITH BRADY,
    Plaintiff, SB*
    \ s.
    CHAl'.I.KS IV BILYDY.
    1 lefelldallt.
    SUIT FOR DIVORCE
    T": CHARLES P. BRADY
    '.'.'. Meinlola Street
    Buffalo 16, New York
    You ciiAUi.Ks r. hk.viiY are here-
    b) notified that a Bill of Complaint
    tor Divorce has boon filed against
    you, and x.> cop) of your Answer or Pleading to
    the Bill "I Complaint on th.- Plaint-
    iffs Attorney, EDWARD HUSAK,
    . ,. Bngel and Pollack, 19 Weal Flag-
    l.i. Miami. Florida and file the orig-
    inal Answer ..I Pleading In the office
    of the Clerk "f the Circuit Court on
    or before the loth da) of June, 1H3.
    If |rou fa'' to da so. Judgment by de-
    fault will be taken agalnsi you for
    th.- r.-ii. i demanded m taw Bill of
    Complaint. ,
    This notice Shall be published once
    each w.-ek for four consecutive w.-eks
    in Till; JEWISH F'LOBIDIAN.
    DONE AND ORDERED at Miami,
    Florida, this Btn day of May. A l>.
    B. B. LEATHERMAN, Clerk.
    Circuit Court, Dade County. Florida
    (seal) By: L. s. ivimf:tro
    1'.-|.iiiv Clerk
    EDWARD HUSAK
    c/o Engel and Pollack
    B3 West FlaKler, iUaaii. 11a.
    Attorney for l'lalntiff
    5/10-1.-24-S1
    IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
    ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
    FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
    COUNTY. IN CHANCERY
    No. 63C 4921
    I.IMS AVENDANl I,
    Plaintiff,
    vs.
    JOYCE R. AVKNHANO.
    Defendant.
    NOTICE TO DEFEND
    TO: JOYCE B. AVENDANO
    1"21 l.eliinh Street
    Allcntou n. I'enns) lvaniii
    YOU ARF: HKHKI1Y NOTIFIED that
    a bill of complaint has been filed
    aeain.-i you and you are i. .| n i i .- 1 to
    serve a copy of your answer or other
    defensive pleadlnus thereto upon
    plaintiffs attorney. EUGENE LEM-
    LICH, :! Se>l.old Building, Miami
    32, Florida, and file the oriKlnal there-
    of in the office of the Clerk of the
    Circuit Court on or before the ISth
    day of June. IMS, or a decree pro
    confesso will l.e entered against you.
    DATED, this oth day of May, IMS.
    K. B. LEATHF.RMAN
    Clerk,of the Circuit Court
    (Circuit Court Beal)
    By C. I. ALEXANDER
    " 10, IT. -M. T.l
    IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
    IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
    FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
    No. 45042A
    IN RE: Estate of
    M. M. Ci iiii-.x
    Deceased.
    NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE
    APPLICATION FOR DISTRIBUTION
    AND FINAL DISCHARGE
    NOTICE i- hereb) given that we
    have filed our F'inal Reporl and Peti-
    tion for Distribution ami Final I'is-
    charge as Co-Executors of the ootati
    of M. M. COHEN, deceased, and thai
    on the Bill day of June, IMS, will ap-
    ply to the Honorable County Judges
    of Dade County. Fiorida. for approval
    of said F'inal Report and for distri-
    bution and final discbari;.- as Co-
    Executors of the estate of the above-
    named decedent This loth day of
    May, IMS.
    MIAMI BKACH 1'IRST
    NATIONAL BANK
    By Dannie P. I lum
    BBTMOUR J. SIMON
    skymocr j. simo.n, Attorney
    301 Ainsky Building
    Miami 3'.'. MorliU
    '. M, IT. U, 31
    IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
    ELEVENTH JUDICIAL C.RCUIT OF
    FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
    COUNTY. IN CHANCERY
    No. 63C 4907
    JOSEPHINE ARROYO ALICE*,
    Plaintiff,
    vs.
    GILBERT ALICI-:a,
    Defendant.
    NOTICE OF PUBLICATION
    TO: GILBERT AL1CEA
    o/o Camilla Ali.-ea
    SS7S Amsterdam Avenue
    New York City. Ne York
    You ar. liir.li> notified tbut a
    Complaint for Divorce has been filed
    against you, and >ou are her.-by re-
    quired to serve a copy of your aganver
    to th.- Coniplalnl on the lialiiti/f's
    attorney. LESTER ROOER8, whoso
    address i> I'^l N.W. llth Street.
    Miami, Florida, and file the original
    of vour Answer In the office of (he
    Clerk of the Eleventh Judicial circuit
    in and for Dade County, Florida, on
    or before ISth day of June. IMS, in
    default of Which the Complaint will
    be taken as confessed by you.
    Dated this 6th day of May, IMS
    i: B. LEATHERMAN
    Clerk of the Cil cull "ourt
    B) C. L. ALEXANDER
    :. |il, 17. 84. SI
    NOTICE UNDER
    FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
    NOTICE is herf:by ui\f:n thut
    the undersigned, desiring to engage
    IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
    ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
    FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
    COUNTY. IN CHANCERY
    No. 63C S932
    THE WII.I.IAMSBlRiill
    SAVINBS BANK
    Plaintiff,
    RICH ARD D. MORGAN et ux.
    el al
    I'.-f.-ndant.
    NOTICE OF SUIT
    TO: RICHARD I' MORGAN and
    ANN s MORUAN his wile.
    RESIDENCE UNKNOWN II
    alive and if dead, the unknown
    h. irs. devisees, grantees, as-
    signees, li.-nors. ei editors, trus-
    tees "' othei claimants claim-
    ing by, through, under or
    against the above named de-
    fendants.
    You are lu-r.-by notified that the
    above cautioned action lias been in-
    stituted against you In the liicult
    Court of the Eleventh Judicial Cir-
    cuit of F'lorida In and for Dade Coun-
    ty to foreclose a mortgage upon the
    following described real property:
    Ixit 16, In block S, of FIRST All-
    DITH>N TO CAROL CITY', ac-
    cording to the l'lat thereof, re-
    corded in Plat li.Mjk 60 at I'uge
    1 of the Public Records of Dade
    County. F'lorida.
    You are required to file your an-
    swer to plaintiff's complaint with the
    Cl.-rk of the aforesaid Court, and
    serve a copy th. reof upon plaintllf'H
    attorney, MARTIN FINK. 14tli Floor
    I hole Federal Bldg.. Miami SS, Flor-
    IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
    IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
    FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
    No. 58*070-B
    In RE: Estate of
    Joseph v. davidson
    I 'ecease.i.
    NOTICE OF PP^SATE
    THE STATE OF FLORIDA.
    TO Al.l. PERSONS LMr.HKSTED IN
    THE ESTATE OF SAID DECEDENT..
    You are hereby notified thai a writ-
    ten instrument purporting to l th"
    List will and t.staiii.ni of said dece-
    dent lias been admitted to probate
    in said Court. You are hereb) com-
    manded within six calendar months
    from the date ..f the first, publication
    of this notice" to appear in said tlourl
    and show cause, if any you can. why
    the action of said curt In ftdmltttlng
    said will to probate shoui'l not stand
    unrevoked.
    HON. FRANK B. DOWLINO
    County Judge
    By MELBA C. DICK
    ROBERT SCOTT KAUFMAN
    Attorn.-y
    1408 Alnsley Buildiug
    Miami S3, Florida
    First publication of this notice on
    the 101 h day ot Ha)'. IMS,
    :. i". IT. M, ::i
    17, '-'l
    in business under the fictitious name. 1)|a no, tatef ln.ul Junv x.,th ,,,. ,,r
    of KRAMER REALTY at 860 Wtn 1(,.t.1(.,, i.,o Confesso will be nter-
    St., Miami Beach 41, Florida, Intends ^ .,..,,,., ..OUi
    to register said name with the Clerk DATED: Ma) '.'. 1S.
    of the Circuit Court of l'ad. loiint).
    K'"",,;i MITCHBL KRAMER
    ,"HW,"r 5/10. IT. K, II
    NOTICE UNDER
    FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
    NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVBN thai
    ih,- undersigned, desiring to engage In
    business under the fictitious name of
    II1NTI:R SI'BAY SERVICE al Mi-
    ami. Dade County Intends i" res stei
    F:. B. LEATHERMAN
    Clerk of the Circuit Court
    B) C. P. COPELAND
    Deputy ti.rk
    MARTIN FINK
    Attorne) for l'lalntiff
    nth Floor Dade Federal Bldg.
    Miami :::.'. Floi Ida
    B I". IT.
    2i. ni
    ...ni
    NOTICE UNDER
    FICT.TIOUS NAME LAW
    \, iTICE is HEREBY <*l\ IN Diat
    the mi.), mlgned desiring to ens
    In business under the HrtRI-ms names
    of AFFROVRD TAN CONS1 LTANTS.
    APPROVED TAX SKRVICK at.8.4
    \ i- i-.H, street, N'orth Miami. Flor-
    in, mtends to registei said names with
    ih.- cU-rk of ..... Circuit l ourt
    County, Florida ,,,..-.,
    ,. n SCHWARTZ
    HENRY A KAMI'
    ii'ii Washington Ave..
    Miami Beach. Fla
    Attorneys foi APPROY ED
    TAX CONSULTANTS f
    Made
    :'.l
    NOTICE UNDER
    FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
    NOTICE IS HKRKBY GIVEN thai
    tin- undersigned, desiring to engage
    Xri^iinderthencUtlousnam,
    i WINDSOR TA\ l.BN at 5.HS
    i. Miami. Florida, mi
    .,,i,l nami with the
    nil Court Pi Dad.
    un.- with the chik of the Clr-
    ,-L.it curt oi Dade County, "orl'hi.
    ALBERT VBANA HNTERPRIBEd,
    INC.
    By: Albert Vrana. President
    Aloii,iVltB, Silver .X Seller
    Attorneys for Applicant
    Alnsle) Building
    NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
    IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
    ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
    FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
    COUNTY. IN CHANCERY
    No. 63C 4820
    ELAINE JONES,
    Plaintiff,
    IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
    ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CiRCUIT OF
    FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
    COUNTY. IN CHANCERY
    No. 63C 4832
    ROBERT I'.M'ST.
    Plaintiff,
    SYLVIA FAUST,
    Defendant.
    NOTiCE OF SUIT
    TO: SYLVIA 1'AIST
    Residence Unknown
    Y'll' ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED that
    a Complaint for Divorce has been nl-
    .d against you iu the Circuit Court
    in and for Dade County. Florida, and
    you are required to serve a copy of
    your Answer or Pleading to the Com-
    plaint on Hie Plaintiff's Attorneys.
    SIMON, HAYS fc liRCNNBWERO.
    :tm Alnsley Building, Miami SS, F'lor-
    ida, on or before the l?th 'ia> Of
    .inn.-. IMS. if you fall t" do ". a
    Decree Pro Confess., will be filed
    against you for the relief demanded
    in the Complaint.
    Dated at Miami. Dad.- County. Flor-
    ida, this 3rd da) Of May, lStiS.
    F:. B. LtCATHBRMAi
    Clerk Circuit Court. Dade County
    (Circuit Court Beat)
    B- : M CAVALARIS
    SIMON. HAYS QRl'NDWERO
    Attorneys for Plaintiff
    :mi Alnsley Building
    Miami it. F...,i..a ujn
    IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
    ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
    FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
    COUNTY. IN CHANCERY
    No. 63C 4781
    Till: WlLLILAMSBCRC.il
    SAVINGS BANK
    Plaintiff,
    UI
    :, 3-10-17-24
    NOTICE UNDER
    FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
    NOTICE is HEREBY OIVKN that
    the undersigned, desiring to engage In
    business under the fictitious names of
    v.- olde Print Shoppe; old.- i"t-
    sel Shoppe: Y. Olde Mlmeogranh
    StH>PSe liSSTiS Coral Wa>. Mann i...
    i.|,, ......l to registei said nain. s
    uiili' the Clerk of the Circuit t ourl of
    li.i.l. i 'ount). Floi Ida. .....
    CHARLES M. FltKEFIFILD
    MARIAN FRKKFil'.l.l'^ i: m
    Sth str.
    register
    the
    ( II i'i
    mis to
    Clerk of
    Count).
    ''''""'"iiM-ri.-f: mms.'Nvii.i.i:
    Owner
    Ki'ssl.l i: .x OARS
    attorneys for Applicant
    '.. H \\ lsi SI
    Miami, Floi
    i". 17,
    NOTICE UNDER
    FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
    NOTICE IS HEREBY '.l\ h
    the undersigned, desiring t
    f buslnoss undei the riclltlmis name
    o MANUFACTI'RERS cl.tnillNi.
    (.I'll I'I" STORES, at 1'ade tounty,
    i 1a intenda to register *"]
    With the Cl.rk of the '
    .,!,. County, Fi....."._,
    JOSEPH s BROW \
    i l". I
    of
    fJRII F 1. JONES,
    Defendant.
    SUIT FOR DIVORCE
    You are hereby notified that B BUJ
    of Complaint for Divorce has been
    filed agalnsi you, and you are re-
    quired io serve a copy of your Answer
    or Pleading to th.- Bill of Complain)
    on th.- Plaintiff's attorney, WALTER
    B. LBBOWITZ, ESQ., 701 I'ir.-t street.
    Miami Bea.ii. Florida and file the
    original Answer nr Pleading In the of-
    fice of th.- Clerk of the Circuit Court
    on or before the ISth day of June,
    IMS if you fail tO do so. juilgm.nl
    b) default will be taken against you
    for tile relief demanded in the Bill
    i i 'omplalnt.
    DONE AND ORDERED at Miami.
    I irlda, Hiis ..ni da) ol Ma). Al >.
    .. ISSS.
    K B LEATHERMAN. Clerk..
    'Clrculi Conn. Dads County, Florida
    I Circuit Courl Seal)
    By: K M LYMAN, Deput) Clerk
    w \ I. in: 11, LEBOWITZ, ESVI
    ; i -1 -
    Miami r I orlds
    Attorne) foi Plaintiff
    : [0, it. :\. SI
    name
    Cult
    17, ti "i
    VS.
    f.i.i.a MAE wfii.anii. a single
    woman
    11, f. ii.hint.
    NOTICE OF SUIT
    TO: ELLA MAF: WE|LAND,
    a Single W( man
    B.i' Bo.x :'.l
    Hondo, Abba ma
    You ar.- hereb) notified that the
    above captioned action has been in-
    ~iiitii.il agalnsi you In the circuit
    Court of the Eleventh Judicial Cir-
    cuit of Florida in and for Dade Coun-
    ty in lor,-, los. a mortgage upon tho
    following described real iiroaorty:
    Lot li, Block J. ci ti.i.ki; RUXiE
    SECTION THREE, according to
    the Bin thereof, n i orded in Plat
    I'.ook ".T. at Page 83, of ihe Public
    Records of Dane County, Florida
    together with Tub and Shower
    Enclosure, Welbill B In Oven ft
    Range .ni.' .:.'ii Range Hood W
    Fan. Hoi Water Heater, Venetian
    Blinds
    You ale re.|iijr.d to file your an-
    swei to plaintiff's conydalnl with the
    Clerk of th.- aforesaid Court, and serve
    a cop) thereof upon plaintiffs at
    torn.-.: MARTIN FINK. I lib Floor
    l iade l-' .I.- al Bldg., Miami ::.'. Flor-
    ida, not later than June I Sth. IMS,
    or a Decree Pro Confesso will h. .n-
    t. r.-d against you
    l inted: Ma) -. "
    i: B i i: ITHERMAN
    Clerk of Ihe i "Ircull 'ourt
    B) C. P. "HKl.AND
    Deput) "Ii k
    MARTIN FINE
    Attorne) for Plain' Iff
    Mil. I i..... Dad. I-. deral Bldg
    Miami ::.' Florida
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